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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT fHR aK DA'LV married women in the caray enrolled, nm mr II [ftf PUM IIP The is being extended toJU WhKh JUT I Jl f lake cars ot another conlinsent of ft': I ULIUL II LIU. UHI LCU L. IN men, who are coming next month to Uke up land. Housebuilding at the camp has been suspended. uulM the own sawmill can supply her. whioh will lie early nest month.: D. C. Msi-Kentie, provincial gr.is- ig commissions.-, vktorls, IB a vis'.-: should Have Chosen Sunday In- here this weoli on fcusl-' news, and had a couple o! confer- ences with officials of the Urtedere" Association. New Aulo Road to Nelson Plan- to Hold Two Fairs soi tcttou with the goveruranntE in the matter ot extending the road trom Creston via KuskaaooS through centres to Kootcnay Bar. T.he opening of sucl1 road and the placing of a fern' on Koatensy Lake at thut point would elre an unto Web-ray through to Net- son that mil set away from the pre- sent at oHhor Creator, or Sinter car is being secured to 5ia been given full control of and hay cutting oa tho ra'.nw extwii- sive area o! crown lands iu tht-i SPS- tioii. Final remrns show that us- sociation anrt its members cut just a stead of Wheat on Hand I VANCOUVER PLANS TO ENTERTAIN VANCOUVER.' April (he entertainment, locally, ot the dele gstes who will atlend the convention of the Canadian Manufacturers Asso- lu Dime, the sum ot 080 Is to he raised. This was reported by Mr. Lecklo at annual meeting ot British Columbia division last night, at which Mr. J. U. Thomson was ed ohalrman. little over -'.WO tons ot hav on ats last season. Xever before in tory has care.-. given to spring pruning as is in eu-j deuce in the orchards this i 191? was the "off voar for ani with the prospect t.{ be.nv a banner year the trees tKrom Oar On-n April Mr. and Mrs. Teddy are vlrtlng In Ha: this week. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter ot the estate of Oscar Forest Copver, late of Coults. In the Province Ot Albsrta, farmer, deccned: Additional Classified Ads. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE BY TENDER as ot hiv 01 t-ie Mrs Jas ijinfu and efctflr Etliol SBALED TEXDE11S will be r art in .Medicine Hat on a shopping j cd by the unrtersinned up to ai the YaiU'v s ,ror ,ew eluding Ihe Slst-day of April, jtul attenttaa bjKj p tM i9SO, for the purchase of Lots will be recwv- A.D., out of a rig. iUlt j 19SO, for the purchase of Lots.Threi ip from (3) to Eight li> inclusive. West of being Cuiness Street and south ol Brunton IK year me irees Mr. McDousall, government looked after. If the weed inspector, of Medicine lint, Is increase is on a par with tluu inevl-! visiting and lookins after his fanu dence following the o! ana spring work. 1917 the Valley may moJcs'.ly loc-K, Tlle xorwogbn Indies' Aid meet forivard to a crop of COO.dOfl 1S20. Men VUl W tt Iia trozsport autos to Kootenay Landing M ttev can be abroad in O. P. R.'lake steamers tor transport to- Nelson. A resolution urRtas this i bit of road construction was adopted oycd on government road work liavo just been ti.Mifiec! a raise of 26 cents day in us com- pawl vrtth 1915. Ixist year (he men got aud the foremen The ex- cccdlnsly deeji frcsi which com le [he hoaie of Mrs. Jolui Krokam Thursday, April 29th. Everybody cordially invited. Many friends of Mrs. Tale will be glad to' learn she was able to leave for Rasetown. Sask.. this week sfie" ig out about th tho spring mlns sfit In ha? a I'.'l w i Street, to a plan of divljtcn of Lots Thirteen US) and Seventeen (17) and ihe West Halves of Lota Eighteen (18) and Nineteen South of Brunton Street as said Lots 13. 17, 18, and 19 South of Bran- ton Street are shown on a plan of part ot the city of Lethhrldge of re- cord lu ihe Land Titles Office tor the South Alberta Land Keslstratinu Dis- trtct as On the property is said lo bo situate n one and i on roads and the amo hor long serious illness of pneumonia, Mrs. II. T. Luther accompanied her and will visit for some time. Miss Doris and Jlahel liarch were tuDiintains, i >rV ot this MeUScine Hat visitors this week. anil Mrs. Carl Hlllesteatl have aort will be the heaviest in years. Mr. and Mrs. Holder, who spent the NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN thai persona having claims upon the es- tate ot the Forast Coover. who on oc about the uluth day lit A.D., 1919. are require! to wixl to" Kenneth George Lnke Gri.it. Montana, or to the un on or before the 17th of A.D., 1920. R ful ot their claims and of an> securiUes hsld. by them, duly verified and that afleor that date the et'A Ad lainlttratcr will proceed to dis'.ribut the of the deceased among th parlies entitled thereto, bavins re- tard only to the claims ot tvhlch no tloe has been tiled with the said Kea Administrator o the above estate. Dated at the City of LethlridKO. i the Province ot Alberta, thle i9lh da ot -March, A.D., 1920. SHEPHERD, DWJLQP RICH, Lethhridge, Alberta, Solicitors for tho Said Admlnlstrato Approved: J. A. J. Ad on Friday the Women's Institute de-1 -er show ladies r i e JMO the annual con- and make ibis his place of residence TntJon of Kootenay-Bound.ry Wo- during the late spring, summer and men's institutes, and Ibis fair with a early -tall months. It Is a place v.-ith about the finest four acres of of king side- i v.- i nuoiDtr t'i uuiti i i, in :'Ba6s hoped to of the i pears in the Valley. turn, required. '.The Creston hospital scheme was I .advanced another stage on Tuesday iiBight when the Vomen's Ins'.ituta waited on the board ot Ktrade soliciting co-operation. It MS jiagrced that the board, the United and the Women's Institute; each name a committee of twof ,i-and that ihe six cf them would mar-' shall all the required data and if on their farm. The boys were sure glad to see Mr. Holder, as he is the chle: umpire to stand -behind the catcher and Is always 'ready when a game Is played. 'Mrs. West and family of Etzikom were visiting at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Wjnchcombe, returned Monday lo.Etzikoni. Miss E. P. Allison returned from Calgary April 10. where she went to attend' the teachers', convention. halt storey frame dwelling containing eight rooms with bath in a fair sUte of repair. Each Tender must be comiianied by an accepted cheque pay- able to the undersigned of the amount of ten per cent, of Ihe Tender. Should the Tender bo accepted, cheque ot the successful bidder will be retained aad applied on account of tho purchase price and the balance of the purchase price shall be paid as follows: 15 per cent. sixty-days from date ot ac- ceptance of bid, 25 per cent in ilx months, 25 per cent, in one year, and remaining Sa per cent. In two years with interest at the rale of 8 per cent, per annum. The cheques of-tho nn successful bidders be returned wllhliTsis days after the Tenders have been opened. Right is reserved to re- any or all bias or to waive any defects: BIDS to be addressed to Ihe under- signed and endorsed "Tender for pur- chase Mortgage'Sale Trusts .Guar- antee Company Limited vs. John Mc- et i teliemen will be in Winnirred "FURTHER- DIRECTIONS niay; bo 15th and eipectsng to finish had from the undersigned or Shepherd, I ..___.-i J TUinlnn JT. "Rlno RnllWtOrS tOr TOC Mud has been on ihe Valley e-vi J jwr-t list this week. The C.P.H. has I-Just taken ten cars of it from the at the Lauding to Sirdar, where fit will be nsed as a top drossln? for I the flower garden at the Y.M.C.A. r (rounds. r Hope of having a resident English Church clergyman has' again gone r glimmering. The element In, Christ Church, congregation favoring the in- i novation hfid extended an invitation f to Her. P. Yolland, who bad "previous- Uy RifnKied a-willingness to consider [I his Kernle :'i congregation heard of-the move the} i promptly gave him a raise in salary Whence Ola decision not to come. As tie bishop of Kootenay is in Eoslam until September no further move caii be made in the matter until his re- Wrn. of. tho year, the mercury getting i tip to'65 In the shade that afternoon. kThe good weather, however, was short lived, as on Monday 4t clouded np and at nSght we were favored witli a half-inch rainfall. Since then the brand ot climate has been good, bad i and largely the lat-j ter The two inch snowfall we had OK the Tth brought the whitejr's snow er.pply np to a tolal of four dlront two feet below the average. At the soldier settlement at Lister i ladies' auxiliary to next; May be Committed to Jail as Result of Legal Tangle Over Grand-daughter VANCOUVER. B. C.. April Rev. R. G. Stewart ot Winnipeg, who IB expecting a call to a Victoria church. expe ._ fears he might he committed to Jail hay among the fanners this week. ti tipillall Pnlltmllta his SO- Mr' RnAll rfihlTTled frOnl out seo-j'and feed. The many delays have near driven the farmers; ........_ received a tele- gram to get busy and grant lie fann- ers seed wheat. Frank Is hustling thesp days supplying the -fanners with seed. He Tras anxious to receive word to that effect. Mr. Boh has-been in Manitoba all winter was in Winnifred looking after his interest on his farm. Mr. I. H. Freeman is distributing Dunlop n Trusts Guarantee Company Limited. n. P. WALLACE, Clerk ct Supreme Court. Judicial District ot Ad R if he enters Brillsh Columbia, his so licitor stated in court here in an ap- plication't'o have set aside an order appointing Dr. Swenerlxm guardian 6f granddaughter, 'who. on'the deathbed request of the child's Mr: Dick Read returned from his winter trip, but found someone had taien special privileges and taken away many things. on the warpath. Mr. Boswell. senior pchool teacher OU tH8 UealnilGU rUtlUyat Ul Hie i-mmp at.lilwi ihother. is being reared-by'Rev. Mr.] returned from teachers'.; donvehtioy Stewart am! his wife, uncle and aunt and reopened school Monday, 'April Tth. Many farmers are working in the field r H nothing happens Friday and Saturday work will be general, all farmers are anxious to commence. of A writ of habeas corpus against Mr. Stewart was obtained by Dr. Swen'er- ton last summer, hut the child was in Manitoba and. the order has no effect I OS C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL I J3 Mlnnedosa 24 wav s May 14 .Empress ot "9 .a ......Victorian (Continued from Page Threa! SMALL QUANTITY ot choice y (alfu for sale, per ton, at uiy rni, six miles northeast ot MoKiuzte: -Oil _____carload of light >ats. real-good feed. Price "5 cents er bushel. Sample on request. Shut eworth Bros, "HAY Coon Ontario timothy to be here In lew days. Order now for prompt delivery. SEED POTATOES Early varieties, Irish Cobbler, Early Ohio. We hare a llnilled number ot cars ot Nebraska upland hay for tale. This hay has been en route lor some time, and, will be ready tor distribution at once. Phone 455 lor partlca- lara. SEEDS Alfalfa, Timothy, Brome. etc. Pays to Co-opsrate. FARM' P'ROHUCTS, LTD., Phoue 777. Coaldaie.' Lelhhridge. any Kntlway or S, S. Agent, or Company's Otdco, 28C Main St., Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 EL'EOTRI.C WELDING We'have the most, up lo ikln welding shcii In Houthcrn Al- borta. -have an Acelykno cutting equipment nnd ono of the Canadian Gener- al largest Welding iilnnls, cnahling ua If. ilo good work and at a r.uicli lower price. Wel'Jin." Co, B Snd, Avo., Opp. Hotel It Phono 154-1 J.ick Hill Jack Holllngswoi-lh LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S, REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONEaY. 84 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 Led thigh of horsoB. On right thigh ot horses. On left shoulder ot Gordon, Iron Springs, AIW. On left shoulder. MagralU, Alta. On right shoulder of horsei. Omar Lyon, llarons. Alia. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL. MOUSE Sealed Tcmlcrs will bo received by lloarrl of Trustees of Dolan School Diittrict, No. Hie Office of Itio Hocrclary-Ti-easurer up lo noun, April 2ls'. I020, for creclion ot n frame school buil'linK. 1'lans and Hpecltira- tlnns ho obtained from Ilift Sccrc- Inry-Treasurer on payment ot n lie- poall of So.OO, which will bii rclurned rm of a tintia ;iilo tender with plaria and specifications. The lowest j or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted. Thus ami specifications may ho at the Mucatioii. S. HecreUiry-Treusnrcr. Cnriisloii. Allii.v-Hux 153. Auril 19SO. Ad d ;