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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 11, 1920." THK LKTH.BIUUUK HERALD PAGE THBEE The Best Reading for all People is Advertisitig Golurans (When lUplyinj Mention Tho1 Herald XOK fully modern house, bedrooms and tu car; bums. Easy terms. Apply B. A. .Agency. .1'OIt attractive uiodera leihietiw grounds, with ioc-iiltu. The 0. T. Lalliiop I-i'.rid Co. i.'lcl.. 7 l.tyjiimls liio'c'k. 'litS-P TOR ed collage, jiU'.stercd, screened verandah, atul bouse, ,011 half-acre land, lii'e Iroui car. Apply Pbilip .l.ockoy. -ji'i St. li. .North. 20U-C FOR SALS CI-IEAS'. 4 jocxcl shick adjoining 1403 3rd Anemic South. Submit offers lo M. Harris Ageni-y. Phono lu'3, Sner-1 jock Uulldlng. FOR roomed modern JiotioO, .i-.invly decorated. No. 933 7lb Street SuLilh; price Also' some A By-Law of the Cit.v of Leth- bridge to Raise tfie; Sum of Ten Thousand Dollars; to Build a Children's Shelter, for Delinquent Chil- dren in Cily of Lclh bridge, and to Issue Delicti- (urcs for'Ihc Said Sum. furnil'Jro. Apply after 0 p.m. at above address 'JU years from the jdalc of goingrInto.effect of tins By- i Such Debeiitures may be ex- j pressed either in Canadian Currency or Sterling money or. both in Canad- .rittii and Sterling money of cnulvalent value as provided by the Currency Act as the Conncirinay by resolutibu direct, and shall bear interest at the rale of six per centum--; per an- num, payable h.rtf yearly and as to 2ath day of August'A.D. 1920 and if requested shall appoint two "persons to attend at the final snmrhlng up of the votes and one person to attend at each of the following behalf of the persons interested in-proinoting the passing of this., fly-law and a like number on, behalf of "the. persons in- terested in opposing "the passing of this ByVlaw. B. .The .City, Cile'rV shall attend at his officfi in the City of Lethbridge on the 27th day of August A.D. 1920 ,at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore- noon to sum up the number of rotes for and against the By-law. This By-law snail take effect on the date of the final passing thereof. The Votes of .the Burgesses qualified to vote or. this By-law GLASSES make you see good and look good. We'ro not only espert in analyz- ing your eye troubles and correcting he defective vision with the proper passes, but also carry all Oio lewest effects in mounting so as to utmost of dlstinctivenels to your'appearau'ce. J. M. HENDERSON At R. A.-.Wrignt's Jewelry Store NOTICE (I) Notice Is Hereby given that-pur- suant to the Provisions ot ;Tltle 3, cf lhe'Lelhbrldge-Cily Charter, all lea- ants whose tenants- anle-dates the first day of December, :191S, must re- gister at the office offtha City As- sessor before the 20th day of August, 1C20, to have their names'put on the Voter's List for the ensuing year 1920-1921.' Ad B. M. UEECH, City Assessor 1 bolli principal interest may be made payable at Ihc Bank of Mont- rear in London, England, or at the chief offices of the said bank in the City of Toronto, the City of Jlontrea or Ihe City of Lelhbridge in the Dd minion of Canada, or at the chief office ol the said Brink at Ibe City ol New.York in Ibc State of New York in Ihc United States o! America, or at any other place or places in'Can ada Clrcal Britain or the Unitei .Slates us the Council may by resolu duly shall be taked on the 26th day of August A.D. 1820- at the following places in be City of Lethbridgo. between the lours of nine (9) o'clock in the fore- noon and eight (8) o'clock in the afternoon, namely: (a) For that portion' of the City ;ying_ North of the C. P. Railway at tho Gymnasium Building of the West- minster Public School; by'Henry Daw- who Is appointed Deputy. Return- ing.-ORice'r to take the (b) For that portion of the City lylns.South of the C. P. Railway at the City Clerk's Office: in the City Hall, by W. Andrews, who Is appoint- ed Deputy' Returning Officer to lake tlje votes. 'READ a first time 'this 2nd 'day of August A.D. 1920. (Signed) W. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. (Signed) DONALD A." DUFF, City Clerk. READ a Second time Ibis 2nd day of Auguat A.D. 1920.. (Signed) W. D. L. HAtlDIB, Mayor. (Signed) DONALD A. DUFF, City Clerk '57000- '-.i'MBalow.' hard wood floor, jtion .rllrcct sncrfDcbonlures may contEiin any flause providing for lhe for NOTICE hereby given that the above Is a true copy of Ibe proposer By-law which has been introduced am which may be finally passed by the Council in the event of the assent of the Burgesses being obtained thereto after one month from the first publi cation thereof in the Lethbridge.Daily Herald, a newspaper published in thi City of Lethbridgo and that the flat of such first publication is Ibc 4th day of August A.D. 1020 and that upon the day and at the places fixed fo taking the votes of the burgesses, the votlifg thereon will be held between the'bours of 9 a.m. and-S p.m. A3 O. DONALD A. DVVF, City Clerk Ihprpof, aulhortzsd by the Leltibrldgc Ohurler. l.tOWSI.KV LAND AOUXCY i 5. 'THAT Ihe Dciienllirea shall me ISsW Phone I7CH t sealfnl wlib !Iic Kc.-sl of tbe City rj 205-Orl.elhbridgi: and signed by the City Clerl; tho shall bci signed by the Cily Clerk and Itiei signaliiros to" lhe t-o.ipons may be llUh'ograi'ihcd or ongrnvert, 3. AND In rtddlllon to all other i amounts there shall ho levied and I collected In each year for twenty i FOR SALE. THE NEW'JCROP Of Hajk is, ahip- mcnt. MIXED TIMOTHY ALFALFA STRAIGHT TIMOTHY STRAIGHT ALFALFA Superior quality, lowest prices, nml excellent ser-ncb guaran- teed. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAHN'GO. 1221 Second Ave. S. Phone 732 JEflTAL L. T. graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment.. Office. Room S Rylands Building, Phone 1165. Office closed from August 1st to 18th. UK. WILL a Successor to Ore. Marri and Mirrt. Boart 9 to 6. Block. Phone DR. T. W. GRAD- North Dentil Univers- ity. phbnj IK: ideuce phone .753. Union Bank Building. ISM UL W. 1ST. graduate ot Cilcago Co Una ol (hi Surgery. Altwi-c Block. HcLeod Erm. Store. Of- fice phoae IMS. iUaldouw pbciu 708. >K C. u. (rnduate of tho Chicago ot Surgery. Hoorj, 9 to 6. 0( tice: Kooma sui'd Brnprus Block; (oar doors north of tLe Alu tndm fcotiL Phong 410. Hot ghost i DK. WM. P. CRAIQ, Denus-_ Oraouats 01 and former Itutructar iu North UJlTcraliy Dental ChJcajo, HI. oaioea, Hlginbottam Block.. Teleshoue 35T. V to F.HiWILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third Ave. Sooth. Phono 1S59. Res. Phono 1937. CITY TAXI DR. J. s. special Mag in pyorrhea; X-Rsy equipment Office. Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours _9 to 5. Phone 1659. Dft..P. W. R 1C H nil Brad aate ot Cbitago College ot Denta Biieciallst in oral curgerj and dlaeascB .ot the mouth. to 12, i to 6.30. Suite 3, Ollre Block. Poone-1199. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SM1T. and June B. you are sic and want to. regain health, tat chiropractic spinal-adjustments an get well. Office. 205 Sherlock Bid Hourj: .li) to 2 to t. Othe hours by appointment. Phones Office, 1077. Residence, 1441. YIAVi SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. Ride In a McLauglllln Special. tt costs no Eddie Berger, Prop, FULL INFORMATION, also'Literatu given free regarding the Vlavl rem dies, whereby suffering women ca become well without operation Mra. A. Lingard, office S33 7th St 'South. OSTEOPATHIC DR. J H. HORNING. OSTJCOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. J15-18-20 Sherlock DliJ Hours 10-J2, 2-4. and appointment 1999, by t PRIVATE HOSPITALS HE VAN HAAHLBM plUl. 122! 7th ATS. S.. Phone 746: Accommodation for sur-.. Kical, medical 'and maternltr pa- tients. -Private nd Beml-prlyats rooms: 'Rate's J30.00, and }35 a week. Write ;or information to Sirs. M. E. Van Haarlem, aup'flriB- tcudenL 'HE MAXWELL Prlvala 526 6th Street South. Phone 639. For terms and information apply Mrs. H. R. Maxwell. MUSIC MRS.. BA1NES. A.L.C.M., L.L.C.M.. double sllrer medalist, teacher- ot pianoforte, violin, theory, and' hap-' rnonr. Studio, 1609 1st 'N. MISS A1LEEN M. Playing and Theory: pupils catered for the examinations o[ the Roral Academy and Royal College of. Music, Lpndon, England, last year, were successful. Studto 623 Oth South.- MRS. W. H. ol Piano. Studio Will be' open -tat lessons during July Tuesdays, Thursdays and Studio, 1238 5th Are. A, South. CLEANERS-AMD PRfiSSERS THE m French -.dry cleaning. We are tbe. oldest cleaners in the city. We nse the genuine French system, which cov-, ers every spot and. eliminates Bible Injury to garments.1 giving high' clacs results. Special, attention to; counlry work. 324 6th Street Phonc 1812.. Collect and deliver. LEE WING, TUB pressing, and repairing. High-class work, at lowest nrices. Delivery" tree. 119 7lh St.S. Pbone 1019. LODGES TREATMENT OF CARPETS 1 v should be laken up. well 'aton and shaken once every year, that wears into tho mDUCT LOSGB. NO. years, during tho currency of the saiif fibre, does much Pear- son's Weekly. After the carpel Is relairi: Ihe col- ors want freshening up, Tliern arft tiro very good of doing this. One Is to mix three gills of ox-gal] in a pall of cold water anrt rub It Debentures, nn all (ho ratable pro-' oi the Cily of Letlibridge by sufficient there- ......a for paying tha TuMaay Nfglt nt Eluht interest anil for forming a Sinking O'rlotk !n lhe Qdlfeflorcs' Hall. Cor-1 Fund for the payment o( the debt Ecr Slreet and a j created by the said Debentures: woicji'jo eitc-ndoo All Vlillon The sum of ?S05.CO raised will' be Oi., IVed'k Sec rbonsi 'nually to pay and. washed olf sum of ?372.16'to-be-raised annually water. c------ ------....._Jl.i if yuu are unforlimate cnought'to a soft brush, lather, which quickly with FOUR CARS- THE FIRST TO ARRIVE MONDAY U.G.G. Twine, 550 feet to the lb. Noth- ing better. Get yours while the supply lasts. COALDALE FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ALFAtFA GROWERS AND HAY SHIPPERS LETHBHIDGE N'ov.- Offering for Immediate Delivery New .Timothy, Mixed Hay and Alfalfa Try Our Korvit-0 Into the carpet witli sjirinkfc tlio part irnmciliately with ordinary flour or whitening to pro- vent tbe grease spreading. Next day sweep up the flour or whitening and rub the place with flannel satuc aled with turpentine, The old-fashioned method of using] damp tea leaves on a carpet that Is' lo bo swept fa now exploded, as our carpels arc more delicately colored ilhan formerly, and tea leaves gen- (orally leave Blalns on Ihe lighter r parts, A very good subalflule Is i cutting from the lawn. Blooded-Stock It you were buying a horse ami he was just a horse you would have lo take for grant- ed the things the owner said, and then wait for experience lo show If he had spoken tho ,trutb. But It you bought a horse of blooded stock that hid ,T pedigree, you would not need to tske the man's word for it. The pedigree would show his ancestry ami race and give you an idea of the animal's capacity for sueed and en- durance. It's llic- ?.imc in buying ad- vertising space. Some publi- cations sell "just a horse" and you have lo lake their circulation statement with a pinch of sail. THE HERALD Is blooded, slock. An A.U.C. staleme'nt Is the pedigree that tells you what In expect In tlio way of speed and endurance. A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIOGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Drayjng THE CITY- TRANSFER J. KBIIK Phones: office 114U; Res. 053 At Pittsburgh, Mrs. Sarah Marlin. a bride of seven fa suing her father-tn-law for alienating her hus- band's affections, marriage. Dr. Ssm C. Rmld, one of Ihe best knov.-ii veterinary surgeons in Oxford county, died a', hii iorae In Wood- .stock. Guaranteed Battery Service A written guarantee with all nailery repair work. A com- plete baltery and electric ser- vice given. Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND Farmers In reed of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your intar- (o try U3. We have an up-to-date. Macbica Khop and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction in rrlce and workmanship Tractor Cylinders regroumt, atid fitted with over-size'pistons and rings.' N1VEN ,216 AYS. 8. BROS. 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces HAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITH1NG FREEL ELLIOH Sheet Worker! 339 6th Sb aoutS, Phona 171} SPIRELLA CORSETI6RE 8P1RELLA CORSETS AUD ACCESSORIES Mra. F. A. Parker, 1816 7lh Ave. N. 'Phone 1122. OXT-ACETYLENB WELDING W. N. KUTli, Corner 1st Ave. and Slrest, GUNSMITHS TINSMITHS barr_els stralgblened. guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, lypcwrllfira, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers Khnrpened. D. B. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Pbone 1032. tth Street, opposite Herald oCIce. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light- and Power Contractors Phono 1332 LOO PRESSING, Tlepalrlng and alterations 'w'oll.dono at' reasonable prices. We sell for and deliver goods. St. South. Pbone 1525. MM St. S, Letbbrldge. Farm Lighting a Specially Conlraciora for Electrical Work on Cardstoo Tcnlplo. DECORATING WELLINGTON tori. and Painters General Decorating and Sign Wrltlns Kstimatos glren The oldest pAtabllshet" palntera In Hes. phone 1472: office phone Bberlook Bldj., Leth bridge. Alberta. iSecorattnVTni Paperhann'nj. Pbone 830. 8th Avenue South. K. L. COPF.LAND. B. R. KEN? The Pyramid Decorating Ca. Inter or decorating and parerhEnglnff a spe- cially. Satisfied customers onr aim 'hone 1903. 516 121h St. South. JOSKPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Eslablisbed 1909. Tbirty-flve years' In Biter ior and Interior Decorating. 967 llth St. South. Estimates free; Kej. Phone 1101 TUNING Q. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repalr'cr to years' foctory experience. lion fltfra Certificate M, T. Assn., London England'.. References io the leadln musicians of Ihe city. Phone 116 627 lOtb St. 3. Let Andy Do It If your anto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "krow the. equipment and the biggest shop In Alberta 14 at your servlco. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Sliver OrlR Doris.I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER, 7 Is now open to take on the work of one or two more Courv- try Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRD AVL, SOUTH L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTQN KM. COOMBS Deterci News Agent Association of Army.and. Navy Veterans, in Canada Lethbridge No.' 34 Veterans desirous of joining Ihe above associallon, can- oV tain-Information and application forms from tho secretary, L, LEIGH, P. 0, Box No. bridge. ATTENTION TRACTOR FARMERS. HAVE FOR SALE ,ri THREE, HANNSMAN Binder-Hitdies Which require a bit of (iz- fug up. Anyone needing some good hitches cheap .would _ do. n'ell to look Iheefl over. LETHBRIDGE IRON CO., LIMITED PHONE 332 ;