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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta K JibhllHiB U.VliA' 1-UlUAY, Al'.iJIL .two'others advanced and presented laten uji their residence asain all IM TUL" niCTiJIfT TOI ]RT 'Mr. lleillv with a. Stetson- hat wd i Lothbrklsc.' During' tho winter U1O kAJUlM necktie, and fountain jioii, while his, attended a tractor school at i QJ- Inh UlMKlL.l Uf partner In life was roado the recipient i Uijiorte, lud.. aud will an office! of a beautiful necklace Haymond shreDy- Mr. with vrucifix attached, and a lady's 11 manicure set. An Insistent demand i coastal city and states Ibat thous was nude for a which both fauds of Canadians wintered tore. recipients responded In suitable fash- j Prof. 0. S. Ixmguian, B.S.A., re- Ion, although taken completely by sur- jccutly-appointed principal ot the Kay- prise, and after everyone had shaken moud School of Agriculture, arriveU very pleasant winter at Ihe j IB the matter of the estate of Oscar Tores! Coover, iate 01 Coutts, In the Pforlncs of Alberta, larmcr, deceased: NOTICE IS KEREBV GIVEN' that all persons having claims upoa the es- pnrty relived eiuressing good wishes for their future. Mr. and Mrs. Rcllly are what might Gtorge Cousins Hlld Done bo called real old-timers iu Taber, bav- bauds with tho wortbv couple, the Un town yesterday from Claresholai tale of the lato Oscar Coorer, Imporfant Wuv Sen-ice I'inuncial Troubles (Special to-The Herald) ius been hers almost since the Incep- tion of the town, and not a few men either in the vicinity, or formerly so- j Journero In Taber, do not forget oi-- tctloital lift given (hem by "Frank" when xere.going a little rough and will open an ofilce-fhortly at the who died on or about the ninth day school. Prof. Louxnia.n Is a .grwOuato uf tho Man'.toba Agricultural College, has done much research work for the Alberta department of agriculture. during the past term has taashl at the Claresholin School of Agricul- ture. Korlheniiore, Mo Is o practical farmer, having been born and on a south-eastern is 5EKX1E. B. C.. for .them at the time. Tho departure la the waters of the Elk River, the of Mr. and Mrs.-Reilly Is therefore au body of a man was found by two boys event in. the. history of .Taber, and It yesterday afternoon miles below vroti't seem Just, the .sacio to some this city. The remains have since peoplo hero when the lato been Identified as those of George of tho King George isn't around, cent Cousins a prominent lawyer of -.Montreal, sr.d s member ci the legal firm ot Cotton and Cousins. Some two weeks ago this man, who was in the employ of tho Elk Lumber Co. at the time, was introduced to Rev. Chas. Patioid and given an opportunity to try tho plpo organ In- tho Union church. Ho quickly' showed himself to. bo an accomplished organist and it was arranged that he should take part In a concert which was 1C be giv- en couple of days later. The iieit morning he mailed a letter to Mr. llalzold with the Information that hj had decided to end his troubles by The matter was reported Meeting 01 Influential Citizens Mssiloba farm, of and to the edu- ociad chro! me of NOTICE Xotica is hereby given that tho expiration of one month from tbe ilate of January, A.D, 1S19. are required to send to Kinnetb lieorge Luke, Sweet Grass, Montana, or to I In un- dersigned on or before Uth day ot May. A.D. 1920, a.ful) slatement of their claims and ft aujr securities held by Ihutu, duly Verifieu, and that after that dale the Ad- ministrator will proceed to distribute tho issc'ls o! tbe deceased among tbe parties. entitled thereto, re- gard only to the claims of which no- tice has been filed with the till Ken- neth George Luke, Administrator of the above estate.- Dated at the City of Lethbrldgo, in the Of Alberta, this 29th, day of March, A.D., 15SO. SHEPHEW, DC-SLOP fc RICB, Lctbbrldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Said Administrator. Approved: J. A. J. AdL hereof tho Lcthbridee- Brewing and j JIaltins Company, Limited, a AJO corporate, incorporated under the ITo- ILNDllKb fOK lEAtHEK b visions of The Companies Ordinance and carrying on business In tho City LI lot Lcthbridge, Alberta, proposes to apjily to tho Registrar otJoliit Stock 1o ths polico but a search at tho Miriei revealed nothing and no trace of him could bo fouad. Investigations made- since the dif- covery of 'the body show that he was n prominent musician and that he bid, during the war, been entrusted with diplomatic missions.of importance. He Held to Further Same (IVem Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, April The'Boy Scout movement was boosted Tuesday even ing when a meeting of influential cit- was of high social rank and was 0( age was ____ one tirno rated as a milllonnairc. In-, tho vari chapol. Scouc Ms'affects were documents 'commissioner Z. X. Ekouson, of Lelh; which- showed thai his wife and two brMj.e Wa3 vrfeeai anfl (OM O[ tho In Montreal were amply pro-, gratifying result'being obtained in vldcd for, each child being the flclary in a life Insurance policy of nar His mother Is a resident in monfl. Companies, Edmonton. -Alberta; for a rhanso of tho naaiD of said company to "Lethbrldgc lirowerics Limited." Dated the Sth day of April, AD, ?20. LBTHBRJIWB BREWING AXD MALTIXG CO., LIMITED. By its Solicitors, JOHNSTOXB KITCHIB, Irfthbrldge, Alberta, SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE BY TENDER the fashionable Weslmo'unt district of .Mayor Pack occupied the chair and 'a local association was organized with Arthur Dahi, iv prominent farmer and y. Ho reason whj- slni-l SEALED TENDERS will be recclv- could not be done in Kay. Jed by the undersigned' up-to-and In- cluding the 21st day of April, A.D., Montreai. Failing health and financial dlfficul- ties were Ihe apparent reasons for his! churchman, as president. T. C. King self-destruction. He was about 35; was elected vice-president, and Mrs. TSPTS of age and, judging from a photo- T. V. Love secretary-treasurer. An ei- jraph found among his personal he- eculivo committee'composed ot J. D. longings, he was a lieutenant in the SpaKonl. C. J. Rltter, p. W. Powell- Soyal Canadian.Highlanders. An in uutst will be held. E Mr. and Mrs. Reilly of King George Hotel Farewelled By Friends v (special Correspondence) TABBn, April On ..Friday even- ing the news spread around town that Prank proprietor of the King George and Mrs. liellly, v.-ere to take their departure son, D. P. Skoueon, P. J. Chriatenson, C. E. Allred and Chas. F. Steele was also Chosen. Weaver, a veteran scout worker." was unanimously elect- ed district scout master. -A meeting 'of the executive -was held .in tho town hall Thursday even- ing when preliminary details were dealt, with. Qeorgo T. Wride and family re- lumed from Los..Angeles and have SEALED TEKDERS. addresssi the General, wUl be ceived a't until noon, on Fri- day, the 7lh 1920. for the con- veyance .of His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contractor four years, fou" froirt1 Taber on Saturday. Only a short! times per week on'tha route between tinie was available, but n number of friends and acquaintances soon gath- ered at the Klr.g George, and a sur- nrrje party was planned. Mr. and Rellly were aroused from bed by a messenger, who informed them that their presence was requested in an adjoining room. At a given signal, the surprise party cniered, and while the host and hos- ti'Es ot the hotel were -wondering at ihe" crowd, one of tbe party stepped forward and read a short address ex- pressing regrets -at their departure from Taber. At the proper moment, for the purchiso of Lois Threa (31 to Eight (S) inclusive. West of juiness Street and south of Brunton Street, according to-a plan sab- division 61 Lots Thirteen .'and Seventeen (17) and the West Halves of -Lois Kighleen (IS) and. Nineteen 115) South of Brur.lon Street aa said Lots 13, 17, IS, and 19, South of. Bran ton Street are shown ou u .pla'n'.pf part or ihe city of re cord In the Land the RESIDENCE NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME NOTICE IS' HSRHBY QIVKN' tbat 'The Kenny Allln Company, Uio.lt- ed." a body has applied Ibe Keglstrar of Joint SlocV Compan- ies for the Pibylnee Alberta, to bare tho name of Uio said Company chuiged to that of "Xho Stores Drug Company, Dated at Lethbrldge, AlberU, this SOIb. day- of March, A.D., i92C. The Kenny t Allln Company, Limited, y- MacKeuzlo Meuzlc, Its Solicitors. Ad C EUfr.PPF Additional Classified Ads, (Continued from Page Three) HAY J Good Ontario timothr to be here In a few days.; Order now for prompt dellverj'. SEED POTATOES Early Irish Cobbler._ Early Ohio. SEEDS Alfalfa. Timothy, lirome, cIc. It'Pays to Co-operate. HAY AND HORSES TOR SALK 60 TO 60 TONS of foOu sheat oats, at ?10 a ton. S OH 10 TON'S of sooi Joint hay. Must be hauled off place to feed. Also Sealed tenders will be received by lho Hoard of Trustees of Kast Cards- ton S. D., N'o. 3756, at the office of the Secrelary-Treasurer up to noon, Jlon- day, April IDth, for the erection of a frame Teacher's Residence, Record- ing to Department Plan T. Pla'ns and specifications may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on payment o( a deposit of Five Dollars. which will bo returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and spe- cifications. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted. Plaits and specifications may be.seeu at ihe Department of Education. .0. WILLIAMS, Secretar.v-Treasnrer. LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canada......Apr 17...........Apl'IS MONTREAL, Megantlc .May23 Canada ..June 12 Megentic ,Juuel.9 Meganiic .July 17 White Star Line NEW Ce d rlc ___Apr 17. Baltic ----Apr 17 eganttc ...Apr21 Celtic ...May 15 altlc Celtic ....JunelS NEW driatic ..Apr24 ...May i driatic. ..May 29 Lapland .Juno 12 drlatio Olympic ..July S Apply any Hallway or S. S. Agent IVCompany's Office, 2SD Main St., Vlunlpeg. PAHJI -Phone 777. 4> i THIHTY HBAU GOOD WORK (I CariBton, April 3, 192J; Ad P 'NOTICE In the matter of the Eilra Judicial Seizures And in the matter ot a certain Chat- tel Morijagc: TAKE NOTICE thai there will be sold by Public Auction (en block) at the.Town of In the Province ot Alberta, 16th day of April, hour ot 2.30 South Alberta Land in the follow- trlct as On the property there is said to be situate a one and'one- lialf storey frame dwelllng'contaihing Lethbridge Turin via Picture Bulto and Iron Springs, from the Postmaster General's pleasure. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro posed Contract may he seen and blank forms ot Tender may be obtain- ed at the Post Offices of Lethbridge, Turin, Picture Butle and hon Springs, and at the office of Office Inspector. PoEl Ofllce Inspector's Office, Cal- gary, March :8th, 1920, D. A. BRUCE, Ad H Post Office Inspector. eight rooms with batlrjn'a.fair state of repair. Each Tender'must be'ac- companied by an accepted checjue'paT- able to the undersigned of the.amount of ten percent, ot the'Tender.'Shohld tho Tender ha accepted, cheque ot the successful bidder will he retained and applied on account ,of price the balance of ttie: purchase pr-ce shall be paid aa 15 per cent. In sistr days of.ac- .ceptance of bid, 25 per cenL' in.sli per cent, in one year', remaininff 25..percent." in' with'intercst-at the percent, per annum. The cheques.ot theVun- successful bidders 'will te -returnisd within six days after'the Tenders ba been opened. Right is fe'seh'ed ject any or all bids or to Tt'aive any defects: BIDS to he addressed to the-under- signed and endorsed "Tender for-pur chase Jlortgage Sale Trusts t Guar- antee Company Limited vs. .John >Ic- Cann et FUnTUBK DIRECTIONS had from'the undersigned or Shepherd Dnnlop Rice, Solicitors -for The Trusts Guarantee Company Limited. R. P. WALLACE, Clerk ot Supreme Court, Judicial Watricfpt Lethbridge. Ad R Ing chattels, to wit: All .ho furniture, dishes, bedding, and tii- :urea constituting the contents of the Alberta Hotel at Granum aforesaid Tull particulars.'and. view ot which may 30. obtained time on-ipplica Anderson, the Bailiff In charge'." of sale The underilgnej Js advised HhV tbe probably, makb ar rangements h. the owner of ;the building fdr'a for a term ,o years. The Mortgage e re a erVe s .the right 16 ithdrawj tSe" laid goods from sale.unl3ss; th'e k'price ..offered .equal the amount. 'due) and of his Azel Solicitor for SIo Ad b CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICE C.P.R. Sailings 8T. JOHN, N.B., LIVERPOOL Apt. 23.......'..... A Minnedoca Apl. 24 ST. JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Apl, 20 Pretorian QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, .July. 30th ..-......1. .Victorian 14th, June 11th, July 9th, Aug. 6th Empress of France MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL Sth............ Corscil May 15th ...............Melita May 29th Mlnnedoga June 5th........... Metagama 'June -12th Corclcan .June 19th Mslita July 3rd Mlnnedosa .July 10th-........... Metagama July ,17th Corslcan July 24th MONTREAL TO GLASGOW May 19th June 2nd............ Prelorlar." June 23rd............ July 7th Pretorian July 28th Sicilian (Passport application form! supplied.) Cnii or >vilia tur iuii C. P. R. Ticket JA8. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE S12 Tickets Issued on all othir At- lantic lines. HAY and FEED FOR SALE Pr'ompt DeilverEet Lowest .Prlcei C.-'McCLENAGHAN 405 StK. St. S.'i Lelhbrldgc Phons 1285 Can he seen at BONNELL fc LUCKUVS Farm, Three Miles South and pirn Milo West of CqaldalR. FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT' Lathfop joint arrange- ment has been discontinued on Ihe 3rd of April, 1920. toij" Lathrop fc ijelan'y are now payable to; 3. T. Lalhrop: nil goods and chat- cla ME s-cturjiable.to him. No las any .nutHority .Id dispose ot lathrop '.Ijelnny .or O. T, Latlirop properties nor to incur any obligations i "C for them cicep't myself. ;'Q. T. LATHROP, Ad 0 i t i Itylands Dloek. 100 Cars of No. 50 Cars No.'1 Alfalfa Alfalfa and Timothy Mixed Cars Alfalfa Meal. At iteisonibla Order Now Before It Is Too Late. PHOXB R-217, DO YOU WANT OATS FEED OR SEED i In car lots or loss.' We can also deliver promptly a. few" curs of GOOD HAY Come and .'in what ive have to offer. SAUNDERS HAY ANp GRAIN COMPANY 1221 2nd Ave. S. Phone 732 J.B. SCHIMEK COALDALB G. W. Vi'v G. W. V. CITY TRANSFER Prop.; Drayiriflr and Hauling Offlce'.at Auto -Top' Depot Phone 6th; Street S. CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY ANO NIQHT Phone 18S6, Office S., Lethbridge, Albert! H'tJt in'a McLsuglllin'Special; IS BTtfllfl COAL We are handling sleam coal this year and will be glad to quote on same by letter; or call at our of' iice for prices and terms. First Floor, Sherlock 'Building McfJMiUfflCo. Wholesale Only LethbritJtje Alberta CUNARD AMCHOR JVriclidrDonaldstin PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW K.A. Vic. Apl Car'mania ..AIayl5 Vauban ..May 15 K.A.r Vic. May 23 AMP SOUTHAMPTON I Mauretanla ...................Apl 2-1 Jlauretnnla..................HJoj-22 Imperator...................June MaurelanU ..................July Z KtW 1 BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON I Hyl George Apl IS Kyi George Jlay 10 Hyl George Jun 23 Byl George Jul2i NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL I Caronln.................. ...June28 i NEW YORK-GLASGOW Movllle Columbia. Apl 17 Columbia .May22 Columbia .July 3 Columbia, .July31 YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER. i BOUHG ANO LONDON Caronia ......................May 22 YORK--PATRAS, GREECE I'nmionia 11 CassanrJra 21 Sfitumia ..May 8 Cassandra May29 Hatiiruin ..Iimol2 Cassandra July 7, Dralls, .Money Orders larl Cable IlenitlUnces. For full Informftlon tpply to 1117 n. R. and S. 3, ageuU, or lo Com Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 970 St., Wlnnloia T'ECECTRIC wELuifiG-, .We have' Ihe riipst np to. date Al- berta, W.e, haTe an Acetylene w el d ing' an d _ cu If ing rfm e u t an d. qn.e' pi i Can adi an Gener- al' Blecfric'a''largest electric welding planlsy.enabling us to do1 g'ood at a much low.cr prlci.' tawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Oop. Lcthbrldgo Hotel OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Counlry Trips Phonei 787 Rejldencc 1210 We Have Initilled a Full Equlp- .muit'foi; Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can alV. makes of Expert Hot Furnace Work FREED ELLIOTT Sheet., Metal 336 6th St.'South Phone 1713 List Ydur BRANDS! It will bs A mutual an vantage to owners, of branfla it Ib before farmers and ranchers so that stray-Block could bs recognized and A few dollars a month1 wfiLcarrv thun In the-Daily and BRAND REGISTER OB right' shoulder at right. shoulder of horns. Derlne Ntlssoa. HS1J. On left, thigh qt'. horses! and on left hip o{ cattle. 0. T, Lalhrop. Telephone Right rlbi m Right thigh ot horisa. C. D. .'FeterioB, 1216 south. Phone 6th Are. A, Oh right .shoulder horsei. ot H. 0. nollaj, Wren- 7S-S9 Jack Hill Jack LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOUaTH AVE. 3., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 Tractor Cylinders Reground Wo, spsdlaiizo ;ln rpgrlnding gaa tfacfor'bylinQcra and flttlrfg overslza. and rings. Wo havo In slock nt present' overalte pi.stons for. all popular makes of gns tractors. Aulo Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 216 1tt Ave, 3; Phone 1732 On left thlfh. Albert Lobaelger, Iron Springi, Al- bi On left thigh of honee. Miles, tlaroni, Alia. t9-ikroyd, Msjralb, Alia. ;