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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta '-.MONDAY. AUGUSTS, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TKe Best Reading for all People is Offered in the Classified Advertising Cpli and Throat Spec his office to large Union Bank Builds Get your s'a-sses I.-, ciallst. PROPERTY FOR SALE; TOR collage, flve rooms, modern. 12th St. A, North: 600 block. Price Small payments. Dowtley Land Agency. FOR. two roomed ou three chicken run, wllh two chicken houses. All fenced. Ap- ply owner, 181S 4lh Ave. A, North. SNAP-SNAP 18, Block H. C., Sub Dlv. 90 4-c. Wrile Albert Hughes. 640 .2nd St., Medicine 194-6 COTTAGESJpR SALE Three eood cottages, in North Lethbridge; one ou 12th St. B, North, two on 7th Avel N., at a bargain. Apply Conybeare, Church Dividson, 315 5th St. Eoutb. Lethbridse, 181-0 HOUSE BARGAINS; rooms, modern, 7th St. South. Seven rooms, modern, Sth Ave. South. Four rooms, semi-modern. -21st St North. Seven rooms, seinl-modeni, lEtii St. North. Also a sixleen-room boarding or rooming house, South? The mortgages ou these properties have recently been foreclosed and we are offering them at a sacrifice. For furtfeer particulars, apply owners' representative, fl. A. .WAHREX, to Office ot British Canadian Trust Co. By-taw For to Buy Out Light Company Will Go To the People Our Own Correspondent) CRANBROOK, B.C., July. city council has .finally decided to let the. matter ot the purchase of the plant and property ot the Cran- brook Electric Light Company go to the people. The question will be put In the form ot a vote on debenture by-law for the purchase ol the plant This was decided at a city council meeting held on Thursday eve- ning last Another meeting will take place on Tuesday next.when the by law and the agreement will be given first, second and third readings D) the council preliminary to being :vot eel on by the electors.- As an alterna live the electric .light company has asked that they be 16 flx the light ami power rates on, a basis of ten per ceut.: over cost o present operation, and allowing to depreciation, etc. Tbo qouncil though It best not to put the two Issues t iue people at the one time, to pre- vent any confusion In the issue, an the straight piirebase proposition, wi therefore be voted ,on shortly..: Phone 1843. 197-0 DWELLINGS FOR SALE buys fully modern 4- roomed liouso in Duff Addition. One-third cash, b'al. Hnce 1. 2 years, 5 rooms, fully niod- ern cotujc, Duff Ad- dition. Good repair, bntrthlrd balance 1 2 and 3 years, Mr. W. M. Armstrong, late of Hedley B.C., as principal. Mr. Armstrong is! a. graduate of the University of Al-' borta, Edmonton. A man named Cox who recently came to this city from Calgary was barged In the police court this week Magistrate Leask with an of- enco under tho Vagrancy Act. The charge originated from tbe behavior f tbe prisoner towards two young girls, on the streets. He was sen- .enced to six months in the Nelson ail. He put up a plea for himself, saying that be was a married man wittua wlfo and five children in Cal- ory. This tdid not excuse him, how- ever, and he got the maximum pen- alty the law allows. American Tactics on Merchant Marine Disliked in Great Britain. i LONDON. Aug. Jones Bill, Characterized as "America's bid for shipping is denounced by tho shipping expert ot the Sunday Observer as "retaliatory and discrim- inatory." i He declares that the war has taught other nations the importance ot own- ng a .merchantile marine and that ealousy has been aroused through- out the world by tbe "ability and mag- nificence" of the British merchantile establishment. 'In two he asserts, "in" .particular, is a. feeling of most'bitter jealousy merchantile. marine. Those two countries are 'France and tbe United States." The writer declares tbat there is nothing to which foreigners can ob- ject .in the principal provisions ot the Jones Bill insofar as it is intend- ed to co-ordinate the transport re- sources of the United States whether ocean, coasrwise or inland shipping, DK. M. GRAB- ot Royal OoU'fie o[ Denta! 8tr- geons, Toronto. X-.-ay equipment. Olflcn: Rooms a to T. Bryau Block. Phone 1071. 15SO Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get re- sults. Everything la accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acadia Block. Phoae OH. lx T. gradnau University of Maryland; X-rv equipment. Office, Room 8 Building. Phone 1164. Oil. H. Successor to Drs. Siarre and Mam. Hours 9 to 5. Offlca .Block. Fnone 374. DR. T. W. DK.VT1ST, GRAI> Lite North Western Der.Ul !ty, Chicago.. Office, eionj 184; phone 762. Unlcn Bank Building _ UK! 01. W. _ D." 'j? ot Chicago of Dem- Ul Surgtry.- Albertc Block, HcLcod flee TOt, Ot- HE SEES WITH EASE- slcco we fitted him with tho proper glasses. It Is surprising how many ieoplochave detective vision and do lot find it out until Nature springs a alarm. Medical examination imong enlisted men revealed a great deal of impaired vision. If your eyes get tired easily, if you are subject to lead better let us examine your eyes and rectify your trouble exists. H it doesn't we'll be glad to tell you. J. OK. C. M. ot CUctco ol Surjtry. Boon, 9 to 6, pi- Cw: Eoomj J and JBaprMi Block, (oar doors north of the hoUL 410. UM. 633. OR. WM. p. CHAIG. Dentist. Graduate ol and former Instructor in North- western Umltertitjr Dental School. UL 'Ulgtabotnaa Block. Telephone' Uoiiri to .6.30. Let Andy Do It H TOOT into or tractor radial, or need's repairing, lie "know the equipment and tbo biggest shop-. In Alberta Is tt your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR 412 4th Aril.- COMMUNITY VILLAGE PROJECTED FOR DUNWICH ST. project ot con- structing a community village or town'in connection wllh tbe propoa ed development of the Diinwlcb peat swamps is re'ported to be'virtually an assured fact, with a wealthy symli cats ot Toronto. Hamilton, Kitchener and Ottawa capitalists fornied. Some ,500 acres have been purchased, 01 options secured, It is reported, anc' tho Idea In to divide the land inlo small sections of ten ncres or more for fruit and vegetable farming pur poses, erecting an nllracMve dwell ing on each plot. Community ball: will be it is stated, also com immlty schools and churches. The sale ot the small farms and dwell ings a'fter development will be pro- moted among city dwellers, wishing to return lo the land. railways, ports and docks so as lo form one immense undertaking lo force American export and import trade into the holds of American ships. He says, however, that some of the clauses of the bill werej intended to be discriminatory against Great Bri- tain and Japan. Among these ho men- tions those which authorize prefercn- .ial treatment to American vessels in American ports. The insurance pro- visions ot Ihe bill, lie says, impose the nost drastic forms ot returns, "which arc based absolutely upon the meth- ods of tbe ,Gwmnn insurance com- panies, against which America her- self protested so bitterly'previous to ier entry into the war. These have been devised admittedly for the pur- pose ot learning every iota of business transacted by foreign companies yvith a view to passing the same onto American concerns. The object of course is that, having this informa- tion, the government may oust the American conipany entirely to assist British insurance. 'In the saiue vein is the clause which waives in favor of American insurance companies, the Sherman anti-trust law. This is entirely on a par with (he methods adopted by the Shipping Doiird during the war when it transpired Ibo confidential Inform ntion given to Hie Shipping Board sole 1y for (lie purpose of Ihe war was being used to enable American 'shin pitig to defeat British shipping aftei the war. "We in this country now know tha we arc lo be faced with tho inos billcr competition for the supremacy of the ccas which wo havo ever ha lo meet. We are In fora big fight, bu before America can win the flght'sh' Pope Benedict Deplores Dim nution'of Coftjugal Fidelity, and Communism ROME, Aug. conditions co fronting the world today are outline in a 'circularrletter issued to tl church by Pope- Benedict The pu pose of this' letter is to proclai throughout the world the fiftieth a niversary of tbe decree by .which S Joseph was -named patron of the un versal chnrch in it the 'pont! urges the Catholic world to celebra for a .whole year from December ne solemn functions in honor of saint. "When of the war came says the "tbe minds of. me led astray passion, we exasperated by; the length and bitter- ness of "and aggravated by famine on. one .side and accumu- lated hands of a few of the other. -The war brought about two other dimunitton of conjugal fidelity and the diminution ot respect for constituted authority. Licentious habits followed among young and -there arose tbo fatal doctrine .of Communism with the absolute destruction of dutiful relations, between nations and be- ween fathers and children. Terrible onsequenccs ensuing already have cen experienced." ThD letter continues by Illustrating ac efficacy of the patronage St. oseph, "since Ihe society of man- Ind is founded on tbe family, and nytbing strengthening Christian do- icslic organization also strengthens luman society." F.H.WILKINS SIGHT SPECIAIJST Southard Blocfc Third Ave. SouHi. PbMie 1959. Hes. Phono 1937. TAXI K. J. 8. special- izing In pyon-hoa; X-Ray equipment. Office, Suite 3; Bryan Block. Hours: _9 to 5, Phone" P. W. uato ot Chicago CoUefe of Dentil Burjerj. Bueclallit In'oral lurzerr and dfteases of the mouth. Houii: I to 12, to 6.30. Suite Ollru Block. Pnone. i CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITH and June you are sick and want to regain' health, take chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well.-Office, 205 Sherkfck Bldg. Hours: 10 to 12, and 2 to hours by appointment. Phones: Office, 1577. Residence, 1441. THE VAN HAARLEM PrivaJe 1224 7th Ave. 8. LetSbridge; Phone 746 Accotnmodationjfor and nateralM tlents. Private nd rooms. Rates 530.00; 133.00 Jmd a week. .Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, tendeht THE MAXWELL Prtran H1 626 6th Street South. Pb For terms and informatid lira. H. R. MaiwelL Kl- MRS. BAILEE, A.L.OMJf L donbfe- silver medAitvy tea pianoforte, violin theory, aiony. 6'ndio 1603 lit J MIS3 AILBEN M JONES-PI" Playing; and Theory, Academy and Royal Uni ic, London, Fngland, IMJ-J B successfuL Studio 62J Vat V1AV1 ,.l-'ur Iho best condition flock .vi' TJnindc-n Exhibition won by Archio Ktewai-l, lUihbridge, who fed I Vent on the Kalr Circuit by FARM PROJOCTS, LIMITED ALFALFA GROWiftS AND HAY SHIPPERS LETHBRIDOE feed wilto us for and Hcc.s. lOMPT COALDALE if you lirivc nut tried tills ui r must create a rational feeling for a morchnnttlo marine. She must pro pare to considerably bighe freight and Insurance rales on ail sh imports nnd exports uml she mus be willing lo forego profits on he shipping enterprises for many years Tho person who U most willing lo tec tho pinch of America's ambitious wl bo tho AmSrlcan exporter." GRAIN STOCKS SERVfcE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 8, Letbbrldge, Alberta Rtdo In a McLaugblin Special. It coits no, more. Eddie Bergeiv Prop. FDLL INFORMATION, also Lileraturs given free regarding the "Viavi renw dies, whereby suffering women can become -well" without operations. Mrs, A. LIngard, office 833 7tb: BV South. i SPIKELLA 'CORSETS' AKD ACCESSORIB81 Mrs. P. A. Parker; 7th Ave. K.L 1122. -'i i' MRS: of less Tnt Eight O'clock In Oddfellows' Hall, Cor Her 5th Street and .Tonrth Avenue S. Hearty welcome eitended All Visitors. Fred'k Heath, See. 1781. Office S62. LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSB LBTHBRIDGB LODGE, No, 792 meets every 3econd and fourth Tuoa day in the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, at g p.m. W. 0. M. L, Lethbridge Chapter No. 323, meets every second and fourth Monday. Hearty invitation to all visit- ors. ADDRESS P.O. HOT 17. Phone 743 WIN'NIPKO, Aug. follow Ing statement of stocks in slum I public terminal clcv.ilorj nt Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur on July 30. with receipts and shipments during the week, was Isuc'tl on Saturday by the board of grain-commissioners: Stocks in barley, fins, 550.180; rye, Receipts-Wheat, bushels; oats, barloy, flax, 75.C07; rye, Wlioal, 251 bushels; oats, barley, 201; (lax, ryo nil. i bushels; nats, JJp.SSI; barley, flax, ATTENTION TRACTOR FARMERS WE HAVE FOR SALE THREE, HANNSMAN lit only requlfe a bit of fix- ing up. Anyone needing somo good hitches cheap would do well to look these over. LETHBRIDGE IRON .WORKS CO., LIMITED RHONE 332 LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL FOURTH AVE. S, RFAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONbrx.. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 OXT-ACETYLENE WEICINB W. N. KDTH, Comer 1st 10th Street GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS fc barrels guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmitti, ioya made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Hacdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phona 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald office. 'ELECTRICTSDPPLIES Electric Light'and Power Contractors Phone- 1332 PRESSERS 1st ra eanlns "Wo are vthe in the city We ni ie French system .ry and ellmflates-p( -ctess'. cnnntry work. 321 6th Street Sontl Phone 18U Collect Mi LEE WING THE and repairing 'work, at lowest prices 'tree. 119 7th St S Phons 1019 ________ Repatrins and alterations well done' at reasonable prices. We sell foi deliver goods 320 7th St1 1528 EDUCftTiONAL "GARBTJTT BUSINESS COLLEQB 411 8th St South Lethbridge. Day Evening Scho'oll Shorthand Typewriting and all .Commercial Subjects., Ofllco Phone 1316.-'.-1 Residence Phono of Principal Write Information t' UNDEKTAKING Association of Army and Navy Veterans in v Canada Lethbridge Unit, No. 34' Vctcrang desirous of joining tbe above association, can ob- tain information and application forms frooi the secretary, L, LEIGH, P. 0. Dox ;OS 5th SL S, Letbbridge. Farm Lighting a Specially. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Inter- est to try US. We havo an up-to-dato Machine Sbop and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders rcgrounj, and fitted with dvcr-sizo plslonj and rings. BROS. Phone 1732 N1VEN 216 1st Ave, 3. 'DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperbaogers and Painters Kalsotnlnlng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tbe oldest est.ibllshcd painters In Letbbrfdge. Res. phone H7S; office phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. Alberta. Decorating and Papcrhangtng. Phono 690. 611 Sth Avenue South. __ T. S. LeaaingJ funeral director and licensed embalmer.ij motor or horse driven hearse.' Par- lors opposite Court House., phono 661, residence phone 117ft Open day and night. N SETTER i WATCH REPAIRING LFTHSRIDGC Ot-O COLOR-SILVER BOUGHT Guraey-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHiNG FREEL A ELLIOTT Sheet' Metal Workers South PMoru 17IJ E. L. COPBLAND. B. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a spe- cialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. Fhoue 1S03. 616_l_2lh St. South. DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. Thirty-five years' experience In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. 967 llth South. Estimates free. Ess. Phone 1101. PIANO TUNING THE BOSTON HAT WORKS PHONE 1961 SHOE SHINE P.ARLOR AND CHECK ROOM Experts in Cleaning blockino Hatg .--rV Try Special Man-om Hats. Private Chair for Between Phoenix and Empress 192-0 0. H, Flayer-Piano and Organ .Repairer. 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading musicians ot Iho city. Phono 1168 627 10th St. S. K-f Station Servlco .Station fjr the famons K-W Magnetos. All makes ot magnetos, generators, colls re- paired. Full of repair car- ried. -All work guaranteed. RECHARGED Ttc Roy Electric Co. 618 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 L. D.- S. Publications AT CARDSTON N I. M. COOMBS Dostret News Agent Doris I.R. Cocq COMMEP.CIAL PHOTOORAPIISR is now open on work of one or tm. loro try Drufl Stores. (F i Write for THIRD I ;