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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AIT.UST 13. LETHbnmr.pT HERALD LOST AND FOUND BD al Alta.. ono I stulllou. t'jree years old, branded as on left ou left I Biioulder. horse, 1 cut on right on rlghl shoulder. Joseph Foss. Vaunt- Iwper. Mltlntslu. Alta. m LOOSE Al SEA QN NOTICE I 'rtiwn hrmdwl ou rljbt thigh, iui- pouitou1 in iioiuid bjr the ntdBMlgrneo. .T. S. Gulhrte. Del Bon- iU, 'AKa., via 1 in Hit millfir af the eitaU gf Hobvrt J.hn MoNibb, latt.of the Village GrtMy In Province of mtrchint, is liven thai pei- hivinc claims upon the astute of the rterrti-Mmad Jiobert John Me- late ot lie Grassy Ijke. ia tlie province of Alberta, da- Who died en the 27th o( A.D. 1419. ProbMe at Li.l Will :.nd Testameat trailed to Christina Mi-Xibb and Jdhn Andrew JlcXabh, are- re oiiiwd to lUe n-lth M. 8. McAlthur Room S, Alberta Block IJethMdxe, Alberta. ou or before the day ot September. A.D.. 1919, a full dtily verified, of al tfcair claflnS atd ot any securities bolt by thtm, and that alter. that date Hi will distribute the asset of the deceased amone the uarilea en IHfod thereto, havinc regard only I (ha cjklms of -lifclCh notice iias bee to or Tvnlcji have been to> ICQowledffe of tbe executors. at Alberta, tb lltaflay. Admit, 19VJ. M. S. iMcAUTirUll, Barrister, lothbrldaij. AtDerta, SolteltoJ for the Bxecutor i J; JY'ilabatfy, 'J.n.C. 'Ad hipwntcked I'ltssengers Aftet Two Days in Rowboats Hud Bat'tle With Lions v TENDERS FOR SCHOOL properly endorsed, In by the Board of.Trus- erf tolettan School District, No. 1216, at 4fco officer of the Secretary- Treasurer, pn ot tbefbre noou, the 20lb day CC -J91B; fof the eroctiou ot a Hricfc ictofal, alii) Ibc plumbing hfiUn. ttuit la accomjianied iy a eBequs. payable U> the school s Ver ol tto'tendef, i rWit it to reject any jstiail iKia or to wai-m any defects. flans apecttlcatjons may bo ob- llfted and payment ol ten dollars dwoait (whicli vM re- turned irnsn receipt ot plans ;and and a bona tide, tender) is mado to Jamas Ford, Secretary to tbo School Board, Coleman. Tenders iu received aeparately. "JATiIDS FORD, Secretary-treasurev. Y'OHK. AUK. an uti-a riii which had taewi taken for in a series of tbrilling I told sudny by Maude Hayes, ot Scolt Hayes, a eon f former I'rfEtdeiH Hayes auil an tficer ot llic N'ew VerX Air Brake umpanr. resumed home on the .race IJner Santa Holh fald uey he sali.-Iieil to remain in bo of their homn al Crulau-ou- he-lludaon for some time lo come. .Mr. and Mrs. liajes. wlllj tueir children, loft New YorkiMay 2U, bound or South Ainwlca. Ou June 7. off Saiiu Rosa, on the coast of I'eru. llie hip went aground, ilra. Hayes traid, and later a heavy storm came up vrccMng the vessel. Tlie crew lie- came pantc-strickeu anil the officers to hold tliern off wltb. pistols uutil he pbsiengers the1 ItEegoats. "A benvy sea was yome of Ihu -waves beiue al least lliirty feet Mrs. Hayes said. tteam- were skill in rfluht We rowed about for twii days bcfori. we verfi by ihii Monluro." Hayes salt! that once aboard, her husband, children and herself neliflvcil tlieir troubles over This feeling was filiori-liveil. th- Monturo was a circus willi a menng eric. The doorc 11! the aimlmals cage were broken "lion during a continua- tion of the atortn whkh tad wrecked tbe other vessel. Among the animals released were several lions and tiRers, who prowled at >-ill on tbe deck while tbe crew and passengers, troui hidlus places tried, to kill them or drive thorn overboard. 'fho battle lasted an cnliro day. according to >trs. Hayes, before the carnivora 'woro slain or rp-captureil, Sirs, llayes broush back with her several hundred live Peruvian and Brazilian birds to take to her homo. Other passengers on the 9anU jUisa told of a heavy storm -which struck Valparaiso, Cblle, July IS, kill- ing more than 300- persons and tnjur- InK as many nio'r'e. Captain W. T. Orossley said the day after the storm started 5t raged so fnribusly tiiat he had to stoani to sea to prevent his ship lieiug driven ashore. When he returned, four days later, he fount! that ten ships including several intern ed German vessels, had been wrecked FTertorick'A. (Maude, a p.m. Phonea: Doles dence, SMITH HYIMJM S and Juau y. Suiftb, It you aj want to regain tealtli. chiroiirictic suinal aljustineuu and FDRCET HftLF A LOAF FROM HOME BETTER THAN BAKERS' BATCH ST. Three hundred housewives, deciding not to wait the outcome of the..civic investigation Into the increased' price of uread to 21 cents a large loaf, tonight met in Monlehello i'ark and decided to sen'e an ultimatum da, the muster takers lo lower at onco the iirice or_ they will bake their oivn bread. A com- mittee of one woman fi-ont each church was appointed to wait, on the hikers. SevuraV'ladies offered their Eervices as demonstrators. A satis- factory answer has, not. hetn received. PRIMROSE MARRIED THRICE The late Oeorue II. Primrose, i veteran minstrel, :i nattive' of Ont., who died at San Diego, Cal., agod Gfi. was married three times. The first Mrs. Primrose ilied in In 1901 he married Ester -Nehiey, of San Francisco, and thereafter his married life ww not altoiielher ainoolii. The second -Mrs. Viimrose, a j conceit singer, sued for divorce in July 191D, and won a separation, in the following July Primrose eouchl a divorce from her. This snil was drop- ped. Htid in October, It'll, the tv.-o appeared to he reconciled. In I'Jl" Primrose obtained u separation from Mrs. Primrose and from then until January, iSla. the pair spent most ol their time in aumlry courts. The EUIU toial'of results amounted to an abso- lute divorce tor Jlrs. Primrose. Not at all discouraged, the minstrel mar- ried.again. In.April, 191C, Primrose then 62 years old, took 'Miss Viola Katharine Truehlood. his sccretufy, as his Ijride. She was 31. Their mar- ried life appears to have heen happy. Please Notify W. LOWE, Phone 1603 DK. V. W. nud turjeon. Office Sheupird Block opposite SlarUnil Theatre, room i Co t. Oftka Houn: 11 lo It HO to 3SO p.tn. ana 1 to 1.30 p.m. Plones: Oftlcs 7SO; 4H Sth St. I uiiTj.' 1. LAiBRiJcqUE.Tpeelillit for itlseaees of Eyts, Ears, until about August lith. Notice will appear in t'll- when he turns. UK. It. B.C. "tTlO M SON7 Pbysl c Illginbothara Block. ge' well. Otfii-o. Sherlock UUs- Ofncs hours: 11-12; 1.30-3.30; 7.30 lo uuj :.il) lo i. i'nones: Office 476; Residence. 19U. KvfcningB by appointment. I'uonei: 1077. ItesiJcncu, lill. PIANO TUNINo US D. Practise" llraT- leO to diseases ot eye, ear, nose and Glasses (ittej. 6, s- lllock. Offlcs hours: 9 to 12: 2 to 5; 7.30 to S30. Office iibone, lies. 'phone, UT OUIl'I'S. KXi'EItT VIAVI itstcci. Difficult casts l specialty. J. M. HENDERSON Office at Wright's Jtwelry Start. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 5 VIAVI A HOrdK KCMBDY for nom en's diseases and nerrous dlaorojrt. Euccesslul for yean. Literature 'on request 'Mr.. A. Lineard, 933 7th St. S. Phone 171S. j HOME BARBERING 1 BARBGRIXG DOSE AT YOUK HOME I massage, scalp treat- i nienl. etc. Phone 758. Frank Hebcr. I llie Barber. OSTEOPATHIC KHAllKG ON EARTH BITES, BRu'isESBOius. HEADMASTER FOR A YEAR (London. Times) Mr. A. A. Solnuiervilie, of Eton College, spyakma yesterday at a rneet- ing the Teachers; negislration Coun- cil 'at Windsor, said thai in liygone days the Ueaduiaster.ot' IN TEE DISTRICT COURT iOE THE DISTRICT OF, LETHBRIDGE In the of Mtali: of Henry Pirrttt, of the Village of.Stir- fins, Province of hsVeby given tliab ,M havirjK claims upon the' es tte above named Henry Per died in the SSIh day.of Jan- uary, A.D., 1919, aro required to file '.irith Sarah PBrretl, at Stirling, Al- kerta, by Irt ilay ot Scptembnr, A.C., lull statesient, duly veri- fied, ot tftelr claims and ot any secur- tif held fcf'tnim; and after that data emutWx will distribato as- sels dewastd amongst the psr- rjw eatltled thereto, hiving regard osly to tio clahns at which notice has bMw to nied or of which have, been fo her Ithowledge. at lathbrlilge, Alberta, this day oj Only, A.D.i 1919. II, OSThUND, Lethbridse, Alberta. Solicitor for the Rxecnlrix for tbren consocoUve iBsertlons In- the -Ltfthbrldge J.13.C. DRAYING Of AH Kinds WestcrnTransferCo, JLuuted f. K. Freight PHONES OfflcB -.'.-......V..- Stabltt'..-....... --s------- GOAL Hslivered In Two Ton Lots Screened Lump 412.75 two tons Stove Coal 10.75.two FEDERAL COALS, LIMITED SOS Hill Block 'V NOTICE iAsyono linowiiig the ot Hflriiert kindly communicate with the phone 1278. at it "to Ws Information K rnnll waltfnB to be I a FOR SALE [OTIIHOW And Clover Jliied 9iPTEMBER SHIPMENTS ,W6 can deliver this n prices to all polnls in Sonthern. AlbJrtB. Wrltn. or pjion'o for particulars. F. 0. HYDE AND CO. i LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge Daily Herald WANTS To Furnish News of FOREMOST CARMANGAY VULCAN NEW DAYTON ETZIKOM Enough paid to make leiiur moments profitable. Apply immediately NEWS EDITOR HERALD, LETHBRIDGE C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR SCANDINAVIAN AND ITALIAN LINES ItomiiEuilaiiR, Greeks, aiid Serb- ians uiay now bB booked. ra.fsiiorrs? arranged. enquiries yromylly altcii'l tO, HARRIS ROSSITER Higinbotham Block DR. J. E. HOHN1NQ OSTEOPATHIC i PHYSICIAN 316-13-20 Hour. 10-13: 2A by appointmtnt Phoni F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Black. Third Soullv Phone 1959. RSI. Phone 1W7 ELECTRICSUPP Electric LUbt an 4. Power Contractor. Pbone 1331 !th St. 3. Ixjtibrlilge nB Spetliliy for Electrical Work on Templs- PREVENTS PROUD FLESH P.O. Box 805 Priori! 1819 EDUCATIONAL "oAHBUTf 411 Bth 3t. South. Day and livening School. Shorthand. Typewriting. Boosieeptoj and all Commercial SubjwtK, Office Phone 1315. Rtsldsncs Phone 'ot Prlnclpsl Wrile for Full Information_____ PRIVATE HOSPITALS C.P.R Sailings GLASGOW (.'ursirun Aug. 23 i'rclorian Aug. '.10 LONDON Scotian Aug. 9 Tunisian Aug. 28 LIVERPOOL Mlnneilosa Aug. 13 Scandinavian Aug. 14 Melagama Aug. 17 Mellla .'....Aug. 2'J UETHBRIDGE TO LIVERPOOL Minimum Rates (CaMni 2nd class {155.20, tai ?5.00. Srd class 5127.15, toi J3.00. If (ravelling on lielita, Min- uedos.i or MctasmM add J5.CO sccoml and Srd class to ahovo rales. (Passport application forms supplied.) Call or write for full Informa- tion, C. P. It. Ticket Office, JAS. GORDON Dfpot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on nil other At- lantic lino. COLLECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERY- WHERE. We handle one Claim or yotir entire ledger. HEMEMBER you neglei-t your Collec- tions, you lose money and cuf- toniers. ilclitors to do -vhat the majority desire, meet their- lia- hilillfE. or adjust rlifferences. GENERAL SERVICE AudilF. Consultations. Bystenip. KookB Kent onrt Credit Itcnorts. R. C. FARHIS SERVICE AGENCY 6 Macdonald Block Phono 1816 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY t-5 Acadian Building 611 Third Avenue (SnulhV DECORAT1NO 'WST.UNOTON BROS.-TKB TJBC- orators. and General Decorallni j tr.d Sign Writing. The oldest established painters In i Letllbrldea. Hev rhone orilM chone Sherloct Uldt. Leth- briasce. ___'! N. OLIVER PUNTER. PAPBRHAKGEP-. kalso- j "mlnlw. Cot our prices. We do -country work. 625 6th St. south.! Phono 105C. VAN PR1VATBHOS1TAL now closed, and will be reopened oil Hie 1st of Senleroher. 1019. ,_ YU81C Playing and Theory; pupils entered lor the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College, o! Music, London. England., last, year were successful. Sluillo, 623 Sth Hlreel South. _______________. MRS.' W. 11. oi harmony and tlieory. Pupils' recilais. Puiilla trained tor. Toronto Conservatory examinaiion? ('c' sired. Sjitdio." 123S. nth Ave. A. S. (formerly 1228 Ave. A. S.} MHADS-PATNWO. leg and Paperbanglns. rhon. 690. 3 [pAINTtXG. Oecoratlng, Knlsomlnlng; 1 miA 'Tlalivpr? St 0, S. MJNUK want, the, .best for yqnr money, flien- get- Dan- ing's threo-iticce orclieslra. Call [r. Ray. al hotel, N'oblcford. Alta. I. "GENERAL BUILDING wiuMNO ALTERAT- IONS AND us on your work, we nlll flgure sepir- elely on plastering, concrete 'Joan, iteps .laeivalks, anjtWnj: in cement lino. W. J. Williams. .1841 6th Avcnne A. south. MINI N) IF STATELY DIGNITY fa your choice for :.-i monument wo ore ready a vnrioly of designs. Lethbridge Monumental Works 3th si'tlt, Scuth, Cockshutt Rotary Disc Plows ARE GUARANTEED TO. WORK IN ANY KIND OF SOIL LlghtJTrar.tor Power Lift, Sites 2, 3 and 4 furrow. Traction Lever Lift. Sizct 4 to 24 Furrow. I Hone 2, 3 and 4 furrow. I STRONG, SIMPLE, DURABLE, EASILY ADJUSTED. "The Plow, for Satisfactory Work." A. SMEATON Agent for Coekjhutt Implements. 1262 Ut Avor.de South ..Phone 659 Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D., C.M. Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist Olflce; Suite 521-122 N'ovr P. Burns Bulldins, corner 8th and itrrl Street B.. Calgary. Puoces: OKice, M284S; HOUJA 112077. SPIRELLA COR4ET1EHE Appointment. Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN 711 IZttl St A, 8. 'SHOE RBPAIHINO- PftONB 1717 for jow shoe repair.. Work don. promptlj. Order. tor Ilvereo. Frink Mile., 611 llh South. ___ ______ _J_ GUNSMITHS Tractor Repairs We ipeclaltie in reborlrg Iractor cylinders, flttioj overslio pistons and r.ttt. We tiaro In stock nt present overaiie plsions (or all popnln mates of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebortd NIVEN BROS. S18 1rt Ave. 8, pliom HrreU BlmlEhlened, suns ti gun work done by a Itjt locks phonogriphs, any llsbt rnacilnery repaired, .harpeuKl. D. B. Holorcycls AgsnL Phonn 108J. RirMt. QUlet. SPECIALiSTS :N French Dry Cleaning. Our procMt ellmlnales danger of Injurj.to raents: Only tbe highest work out. NTo uye.ng illenllon Is jhen to country I 5i4 Sth Street South.' Phone 1815. LOO PRESSING Repairing anS at reaionable prlcea. WeeaiifotMi deliver 6th BlrMl Pnone >H-jM BOILERMAKEH8 SM boltine. crown sheets rebabbillng and engine lining; ttt years' experience In this locality. Ordert left at Bros.1 nuchlat shop will vecolva prompt attvntloa. BAKSnY KIRKUY fe 00., HIOH-CI.AS3 BAK try, tor pastry tnat you ran npon being maoV on Klrltby t Co., (01 :M Are. S. fkom 1117, UNDERTAKINd' director find Hconicd motor or driven hearse lorn Court phone 661, Open rlay.nna OXY-A'CBTTMSNIB N' Kulh, corner lit Arenas mil Sl'rMt. C A WAPIAN PATRIOTIC HTTHBniDOB BRANCH Floor Post-D'Hce F-" Office hours; ilay: 10 lo t, THIKB ;