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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta riUUAY, AUGUST 13, THE LETHUK1UUB UAll.iT HERALD PAGETHBEB. I The Best Reading for all People is Offered in the Classified Advertising Columns Party Set Sail from New York in a 45-Foot Craft NEW Wasliburn Nutting, a motorboat uublisher, ot Beachburst, I.. I., who recently de- parted from New York aboard hia ketch "Typhoon" for Coses, England, took vrilh him a crew of amateur sail- jrs. "Typhoon" Is a new yacht built at die laboratories 'of Dr. Alexander Braliam Bell, BaddecS, Capo Breton Inland, Nora Scotia, L'aunda, from ieaigna by William Atkin. She Is i 45 foot craft, with a beam of H feel ind auxiliary powered for ueo only In case of calm leather Tho crew consists of Nutting, P.W. Baldwin, the head of Dr. Bell's lauor- itorlca, "Jim" Dorseli, Baldwin's right hand man and Guy Matheson, Mio Joined the Canadian Expedition- ary Force as a private aud came back -in acting colojiel v.-itii Win distinction, It Is said of winning ercry military decoration wlthtn tho gift or the Brit- ish nation exceiit the V. C. Tho yacht will sail approximately lie course taken by Alcock and Brown tu their famous airplane voyage from Newfoundland to tlie.llritish Islands. fills Is far uorth where there Is plenty of wind and usually plenty of tea with, il. Jlr. Nutting'expected, to arrlro aC Cowes lu time to attend the races (or tho British International trophy, for which an American team of three boats has challenged and which will lake plate' starting August 10. Later tho will cruise about tha, British 'Isles, then down the French coast and into the Mediterranean. Before snow' flies the party will sail for the United States via the South- ern course, stopping at the Azores aad Bermuda. "SOURDOUGHS" JOAN HARDLY IT ANCHORAGE, Alaska. Veteran "sourdoughs." who used to pay 52.5C a plate for pork aud heaus without a murmur and to. ham aud eggs n sure-enough luxury', take keen comfort in the. tuffcl car recently placed on one -of llio trains operating _ ietween Seward and Anchorage. Tour-i ifits who have dined on Uncle Sam's rolling kitchen talk about tho menu lor a long lima thereafter. For an elaborate dluuer ot fresh mountain trout with a rasher of bacon the modest siim ot is asked. Dolled or fried Matanuska potatoes aro sold for 15 cenls an ord- er; grape fruit, oranges and other fresh fruits are served for 25 ceuls and coffee costs 10 cents a cap. Meats aro naturally a trillo higher than they are ort tho pu account of the high cost oC transpor- tation, hut 'Alaska railroad officials believu It will soon "on possible to ub- tain home grown meat la abundance. Fruit prospects iu the Niagara dis- trict are excellent. LAKE WINDERMEUK CAMP Visitors tlnd !a I-nke Wlinlennere Cimo a model summer plaj'groimd. Kr-Blled'right in trie hratt ot tbo Ruckles on [lie beaches of Lake Windermejv.. lljo gmndt-st warm water ifi mountain lake In llritish have hc.-l ot rest ami boating, flshine, pony rldlnit motorlnK. Kolf. Jlcautlful log cabins '.ilth every modern can Ve -secured. f.'ominuiLlty plan dance and recreation Malic 'your plans ________ made with any Oauadlau I'aclfln ageut. INESS ANCES Towne I (ALL OVER-TOWN) If you want to so Into a new business and ssll your old one, I'll find your liuyer. If you warn to got into an estab- lished business Mr. Oprortunity is hero uniting fcr you. Just, put iii your bid a liner Sn the columns of lliis Vaner. -Tiu're is where your Opportunity lurks and loots for you. Through Sleopi-.S on .Train No. I nt a.m. Tuesdays aid Fridays, returning 'same day Lake Windermere. 'Cat placed for occupancy at''Calgary previous evening. J.GORDON TICKET AGENT, PHONE 51 A second-hand dealer of Franklin N. H., advertised a nice lot ot bar- gains in coffins which ;he bought from a 'manufacturer going .out ol business.- He suggested thaV.they would make excellent grain boxes for (the farmers ft they had ho other use i for them. i SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' .WEAR Alio Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order. SIUMOW Moved to 416 4th Ave. S. DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS AND INLAND REVENUE NOTICE N To MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS f i OTICE Is hereby given to ftll concerned, that Returns, accompanied remtttanco ol Luxury and Kxclsc mVist he .made as follows to the local Collector ot Inland Revenue from whom any Information desired may be obtained. Returns of Luxury Tax must bo made on tho first and y fifteenth day of each month. Returns of Jewellers' Tax. Manufacturers' and Sales Tax must be made n6t later than tho last day of the month following the month covered by the Return. Returns for Taxes In Arrears must be. mado forthwith, otherwise the penally iirorjdad by law will bo enforced. By order of tho DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS AND INLAND REVENUE R. W. FLETCHER Collector .of Inland Revenue CALGARY, ALBERTA WHEAT PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES IMPORTANT- NOTICE TO FARMERS The Wheat Participation Cer- tificates issued by Wheat Board, entitle holders to a payment of 30 cents per bushel on and after August 10. Tho Bank of Montreal will gladly collect the amount due. Bring your certificates to the local Branch of the Bank of Montreal for payment. BANK OF MONTREAL Established Over 100 Years. LethbrTdge Branch D. B .Emeno ........Manager BINDER TWINE CARS D On U.G.G. Twine, 550 feet to the lb: Noth- ing better. Get yours while the supply lasts. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ALFALFA GROWERS AND HAY SHIPPERS COALDALE LETHBRiOGE Now. Offering for Immediate Delivery New Timothy, Mixed Hay and Alfalfa Try Our Service WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS ORATES OVER3IZE PI3TON3 PISTON RINGS STUBS 'CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARIT'OS CRANK WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And nlher repairs for the Case, Tlecves, Kumloy nnd other popular makes Al Steam and rrafinllnfi Tractors. We havo tho best facilities for straightening and tracing Crank Shafts, IIC' boring Cylinders, und doing oth' it iuaehlno work. Lethbridge Iron Works Co, PHONE 332 LIMITED, LODGES VIADUCT LOOQE, No. 53, I.O.O.F. Meets every Tuesday Night at Eight O'clock in tho Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner Sth Street nnd Fourth Avemio S. Hearty welcome extended All Cleo. Frederick Heath, Sec. Phonos; UesWcnco Steamship SEE US ABOUT SENDING FOR'-THOSE. OLDGQUNTRY FRIENDS We will arranfes'their tickets. Apply for rates THE ROSSlf ER AGENCIES Hlglnboth'am'Block Information HAY FOR SALE THE .CROP Of Hay Is hoV''r'eady for ship-1 ment. MIXED TIMOTHY i ALFALFA STRAIGHT TIMOTHY STRAIGHT ALFALFA Superior quality, lowest prices, and excellent service guaran- teed. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRA1NCO. 1221 Second Ave. S. Phone 732 Blooded-Stock If you nrere buying a horse and he was Just a horso you would have to lake for grant- ed the things the owner said, and then wait for experience to show If he had spoken the truth. But if you bought a horso of blooded stock that had a .pedigree, you would not need to take the man's word for It. Tho pedigree would show his ancestry and race and giro you an idea of the animal's capacity for speed and en- durance. It's the panic In buying ad- vertising sirace. Some publi- cations sell "just a horse" nnd yo'u have to lake their circulation statement with a pinch of sail. THE HERALD Is blooded Block. An A.Ii.C. statement Is tho pedigree that tells you what to expect in the way ot speed anil endurance. Guaranteed lattery Service A written guarantee all repair ,worh, A. cora- flete battery and electric aer- vlco given. Prices aro leas. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE THE LETHBRIDGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Grourid Phone 1710 1590 Agency 'Sclea'JA: CsilecUons We set re- culls. Everything lu accountancy. Prompt a'.tentioa. t Aeidia Black. Phone 1616. OENTAL DR. uete ol Royal o( Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment Olti'jp; Rooms u to T, Bryan __Phone graduate University of Maryland; X-ray cqulpueui. Office, Kooni S Rj'lauds I'hono IMS. Office closed 1st to IStb. 1JH. Successor to Marra and'Marre. Hunia a to B. Ofiico Block. Phoaa Ua tjals North Weetarn Dfctal Hy, Chicago. Office, uhouj 186; lit- idence phone 75i. Union Bank Building 15S-0 Ul. Tj.- trjdus'.o o( ChlcaE'j Colitto oJ iJ Surgery. Block, McLsod Htm. Closing Store. Oi- tlce Dhooo pbon'i 70S. GLASSES make yon see good look gooJ. not only expert in analyz- ing your eye'troubles and correcting llie defective vision vrilh the proper glasses, but also carry tha newest effects in mounting so as to lend the utmost of 'dlstinctlveness to your appearance. J. M. HENDERSON At It.-A. >Vrigut'a Jewelry Store F. H.WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Sonthard Bloefc. Third South, Phone 1959. Rei. Phone 1P37. CITY TAX! SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1859, Office 409 3rd Ave. Lethbrldge, Alberta Rids In a Special. It costs no moro. Eddie Berger, Prop. A B C TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 men ni in [inifiiniiaiiiiii in iiniimnn iriiii: ninn 1 AUTO TRUCK Light aud Heavy Draying THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR I Phones: Office 1143; Res. 683 1 203-26 Farmers When In.need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will bt your Intar, ttl to try US. We have an unlo-dato Machine Shop and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrqund, and filled with over-siza pistons and rlngn. N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSM1THING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workin 336 at South Phons 1713 R- C. il. graduate of tho Cnicaso ol Dentil Surgery. Hours, 0 to 6. Ot. lice: Booaw 3 snd i, Biapreii Block, louf doors north, ot the Alei- cotol. 410. nhont C73. _____HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pltal, 7th Ave. S., Lelhtrldga; Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medlc.il and maternity pa- tients. Prlvalo nd rooms. P.ates J3J.OO and s week. Write ror information to Mrs. 'M. E. Van Haarlem, Euperin- tendcnL 'i. U'M. K CRA1Q, Dentltt. Oraaaate of and foraiar Instructor lu North- western lUlvorstir Dental Cticajo, m. oriioes. Hlxinhotnam clock. Telephone 357. Honri ti to j.ao. J- J. S. Dentist, special- 'zing la pyorrhea; X-Hay uqulpment. Otlla, suits 3. Bryan Block. Houn: 8 to 6. Phono 1559. 107 0 OK- p. grad uate of Chicago College- of Dental Bartery. feeclillit In oril eurgerj end dlEeases of tie njoulo. Houri: to 12. i to 6.30. 'Suite t, OllTM Paona 11S9. CHIROPRACTppS iMITH 6 nnd June B. you are. sick and want to regain.', health, take chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well. Office, 205 Sherlock Bidg Iii to 12, and 2 to Other hours by appointment. I'honet: Office, 1677. Residence, mi. VlAvT 'ULL INFORMATION, also Literature given free regarding tho Vlavl reme. dies, whoreby suffering women can become well w 1thout operations. Mrs. A. Lingard, 933 7th SL South. SPIRELLA COR3ETIERE BP1RBLLA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. P. A. Parker, 1816 7th Ave.' N. Phone 1122. OXY-ACETYLENK WELDING W. N. KUTH, Corner 1st Are. acd lOlu Street, GUNSMITHS CUNSM1THS barrels guns reatocl od, gun. wort done by a gunsmith. keys mado. locks repaired, bicycles typewriters, phonographs, any ligh machinery repaired, lawn mowo ihnrpened. D. E. llacdonald, India Motorcycle Agent. Phono 10S2. 6t Street, opposite Herald offlca ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Elocirlo Light and Power Contractors Pbons 1332 eo. ,09 Slh SL S Lelhbrldge. Farm Lighting a Specially Contractors for .Electrics! Work o Temple. DECORATING OSTEOPATH1C DR. J. E.___...... pSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 316-18-20 Sherlock Bids Hours 10-12, BT, and hj appoiritmenL Phong 19SS. 'HE MAXWELL Prlvais E.26 6tb Street Soulh. Phono 639. For terms and Information apply Mrs. H. it. JlaiwelL. M'JSIC, MRS. BAINES. A.L.O.M., double silver medalist, teacher ot pianoforte, Tiolin, theory, and har- mony. Studio, 1609 1st Ave. N. ______ _ MISS AILEEN M. Planbtorte Playlns and Theory; pupils entered' for the cinmlnntiona of the Royal Academy and College oE Music, London, England, last yea? vere successful. Etudlo 023 9th 8L South.-' MRS. W. H. TEACHER of PJano. Studio will he open tpi lessons during, July aud August Tin TneEdayB, 'Thursdays and Studio, 125S Bth Are.' A, Sonth. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE Specialist in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaner's in tha city. We use tha genuine Ktenrh system, which COT- ers every "spot and eliminates pos-, eible injury to garments, glrinp high class results. Special' ottentlbn to country work. 324 6th Street South; Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. LEE WING, THE pressing, 'and repairing. High-claBs work, at lowest prices. Delivery free. 110 7th St S. Phone 1019. LOO Repnlrlng and alterations dona at reasonable prices. Wo 'sell foi and deliver gooda. 320 7ta- St South. Phone 1528. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to the work of or two more Courv (ry'Dr'iig for 1214 THIRD AVt, SOUTH WELLINGTON Decora tort. Paporhangen tnd Painters KalsomlnlnK. General Decorating Sign Writing. Estimates fclTen The oldest estahllnacd painters En tethbridgo Res. phono H72: office phono 1752 Sherlock I.olh- tridga. Alberta.___________ A. Paperhanglng. Phone 6SO JlTSauo Sonth. E. u H. KE-rf The Pyramid Decorallne Co. Inter- ior decorating nnd paperhaneing a sps. clalty. Satisfied customers our aim Phone IM'3. St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECOtlATOR. Estahllshod 1909. years' experience In Kiter.' lor and Interior Decorating. 857 llth bt. South. Esllmatoa free. Res. Pho'no 1101 PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano snd Orgati P.epalrer. 10 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Asen., London, England. Inferences to the leading rousfcln.ns of the city. Phono ilSS 127 lOtb SL S. LetaodyQoit If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "know the equipment and tho biggest shop In Alberta It At jrour service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grll; L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS News Agent Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethhrldje Unit, No. 34. Veterans, desirous ot' Joining the Evbovo association, can ob- tain' information and application farms from secretary, L, LEIGH, P. O. Boi No. 6, Letti- brldgo.r ATTENTION TRACTOR FARMERS WE HAVE FOR SALE THREE, HANNSMAN Which only renuire a till of ill' [ng up. Anyonn nectlfng somo good hitches cheap wonM do well to look llieso over. LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED PHONE 3J2 ;