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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE The Best Reading for all People is Offered, in the .Classified Advertising Columns LAND FOR SALE iCO acres irrigated land a bargain. Ona mlla from Taber. Apply to owner, Box S56 Tabor. 6 FOR ana unimprov- ed farm lauds. Tbe O. T. Lathrop Land 7 Ilylauds Block. 198-0 FOR ol uubrc-keu land east of Letbbrldge. Strong land' Close to and other services. Twenly-t'urea dollars per acr's.' Good terms. J. McCaig, 1COJ3 118th St., Ed- lu'outon.. 195-0 FOR Irrigated Bection, Avilh 200'acres new breaking, six miles north of Coaldalo. Want cattla and cash for equity, balance C.P.R. contract, 10 yearly payments, C per cout. O. T. Lalhron Land Ltd., 7 Rylands Block. 19S-0 FOR u-eecllon. mUes front LethbrMge, half-mile east of Thester school; 85 acres of hay. To sold Good house, with water, good stables and chicken .houses, three milk CO'A-S, two-year-old bull, (wo heifers, three horsss, weight 1.500 to 1.000; one mare, veil broke, .to 1.500. Write Miko Parliara, Lcthbridge, Alia. 202-6 .GOOD MIXED FARM FOR SALE 1.100 acres finest farming land. Over SCO' acres improved: 500 acres can be broken. Good buildings. Worth ni 1 Cowley MONTREAL, Aug. London cable to the Montreal Star says: "The Liverpool shipping correspond- ent of the Times says in a special als- patch that a number of shipbuilding contracts which have already, lietm cancelled may be materially increas- ed because a number oC ship owners are seriously considering tloa of orders. It is estimated that tho towage now .under construction- cost far more than exactly similar tonnage cost a few mouths ago. "As the freight market coatinuos to weaken, it has become a serious ques- ifcd'as to whether shipping units built at such high cost'can possibly ba made to pay profits to owners through future operation. It is 'considered en- tirely probable that the heads of the, leading shipbuilding firms fully real- ize the serious situationtconfronting ship owners but they appear-to be helpless to prevent the continued riso in costs, are due tc tl e increased wages luirl the ship- water. Jariii ad- and the higher prices One mile from1 ot materials. Since the signing -of the ce 530.00 per acre Reas- virtually all of the contracts N' placed with the-British shipyards Lave on a SQ tllat builders were either assured. of a cer- KLL) ALBEKIA jiain percentage above the coat or they acres ot Red Deer's best land, jagreed to-bulld at a'certain figure, miles vSCO acres under with the stipulation'that any increas- cultivation, in crop, 100 summer !es in the cost ofjabor or materials tallow and new'breaking, in bay.'above the costs at the time of sign- and 240 in pasture. Good buildings, ing the contracts, would be met by the all Kneed and cross-fenced. Host of ship owners. As the result of these water, good well; spring creek in pas- agreements, the burden is being lure. A beautiful home'where cioji thrown upon the'shoulders of the. ship failures are unknown. Ten horses and practically'a full line of new machin- ery, and tlie 200 acres of crop all go tlie place'.at per acre. Owner leaving lur California, ilusl Bell at once.. This is absolutely the Breatesl simii evp'r offered In Central alberta.. Tile J. 'MALCOLM owners'and aot upon the'shipbuilders. "During the last six months the market value of a-ready-.newly-con- structed tons gross freighter has depreciated more than 25 per cent." Ited. Deer, Alia. AN UNPAID NOTE AT 43% LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 TENDERS FOR COAL INTEREST unpaid note for four shekels in silver bearing 41 tier cent aimu'nl interest for nearlj four thousand years, recently wa: found araohg the clay tablets at the University of Pennsylvania Museum, "Tenders I Dr. Leon Legraln., The nota was BUSINESS ANCES PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE OINTAL THE LETHBRIDGE LADIES- HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone .1710 Mr. Oliver 2t you want to go into a new business arifi sell your W'V one, I'Jl find your buyer. It you wanl'io get into.an Mr. Opportunity Is lierc waiting for you. Just put In your bid through a liner In .the-Want AQ, columns of this paper. There Is' wfiere yo'ir Opportuoity lurks and looks for you. THREATS TO THE DANES loil marked for CoaJ" be received byv tlici given by a" man named'Biit-Mama to undersigned 'miltl Monday. Au- gust 2Ist, 1920, for the supply of conl to tlie.schools oE the above district for the year ending June 30th, 1921. Coal to UB of best-qualiiy screened lump, free from boue, .slate and oilier Uiipurltles; r -r The lowest or any tender npt neces- larily accented. Further information may be olHaln- at the olTlce of the secretary in the Central school. JOHN II. FLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. Ad .H H SInnutum In 19B2 'B. C., the "year in which King Rim-Sin oc- cupied the town of Dur-Damjgilisha." There were four witnesses to the note.- Instead of 'signatures 'the' wit- nesses placed their seals, docu- ineuY'ahd were' noV.liable for payment unless it was shown they, knew -the character of Bur-Mama was bad when they swore it was good. Although comparisons, are difficult, Dr. Legruin, said, a shekel of silver at the time the note was made was equal to about flOO at the present time. When visiting' Tondern, King Christian'recently" re- ceived :i committee of- prominent Schleswigiaris who were helil as hos- tages Prussians at the beginning of the-war. Th'e spokesman "The Germans lighted the .fires oE vengeance in Schleswig wheirwe were tafccn as hostages.'The German Lord Lieutenant said on this spot, at that time: 'When war is over Daneism iii Schleswig must fee Thank God, the result is otherwise." King Christian replied: "I am in- deed glad to shake you. Wo must remember the old 'do not return'evil for evlh: There Is something In our national character which makes this natural 'to ,U3. I could something happier than brooding over an old Injustice. Let us work together In trying hatred and strife, and, in thinking of our future, set ourselves new goals." WINS SWIM' ACROSS BAY LODGES VIADUCT LOOGE, No. 53, I.O.O.F- Meets every "Tuesday Night.at Eight O'clock in Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner oth Street'.ahd Kou.rth Avenue S. Hearty wHlobniCflxtecdctl AH Visitors, Geo. Sea. Phones: Resilience 3YJ1; Office 302. MAGRATH MOTORS SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Let Us Supply Your Touring Necessities THE GARDEN CITY Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not on your clothing. When Uono properly, pressing and sponging --A'lH make your garment wear longer. Why not have your presajng done by the pro' cCfta. Our prices ufu i-easunuble. .MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned .Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed i 75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 TORONTO, Jtendoll- sohu, Toronto Svrimtiilng CUib, won the annual across-tbe-bay swim, the premier swimming event In .On- tario, Sunday-by swimming Ihe, dis- tance, a mile and a halt in 36.05. Detroit icemen who refuse .to' de- liver any more because a customer wants to see tlie ice weighed will in future face a line ot 5100 days in the House ot Correction if they fail to make deliveries on contracts or-where'tickets have been sold. BINDER TWINE CARS P'G'G- Twine' feet Jb- Noth- mg better. Get yours while the supply lasts. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ALFALFA GROWERS AND HAY COALDALE LETHBRIDGE ft .Vow Offcriiis fur IniraetliatD Delivery New Timothy, Mixed Hay and AlfaSfa Our t'crvicc MRS, LEWIS OF BROOKLYN Tdb How She Wu Mwte WeO by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. BreekljB, I was miserable from a displacement, which caused agen- eral con- dition with head- aches ud pairu in my side. My sister induced ma to try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I .found it Helped me very much nod splendid tonic that 1 am recoznmend- insittoanjwomao wno hai ELSIE G. LEWIS, 30 Vernon ATO., Brookljn. N. Y. Each conditions u Mrs. Ltiris Baf- fered frorii may bo caused by a fall or general weakened ran-down condition .of Oie ijstcm, and the moat succcetfnl remedy to restore strentrth to inosclea and bring about a normal healthy proved to fce this famous root and herb medicine, Ljdis E. Pinkhum'a Vegetable Componnd. If you kayo disturbing; symptoms yoq do not understand write Lydla E. Pinlt- nam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mais. The result of their 40 year experience It your The Autumn Examina- tion for the Registration of Nurses In the Province of Alberta is to be held In September, beginning on the ]3th Xnrses desiring to make ap- plication for this examination should do so as soon as possible lo the Registrar At the UnlverS' Ity of Alberta, JFORiSALE THE-NEW CROP Ot Hay is r ment. MIXED TIMOTHY ALFALFA STRAIGHT TfMOTHY STRAIGHT ALFALFA Superior prices, hud excellent, service guaran- SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1221 Second Ave. S. .Phone 732 1590 Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. Ws get re- tults. la accountancy, Protnpt attention. Acadla Block. Phpne DR. ir. CRAD- utts of Royal College of'Dental Sar- geons. Toronto. X-ray equipment Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLKN-Dentlst. graduate University of Maryland; tray equipment. Office, Hoom S Rylands UuildinK. Phoue 1165. Office closed from August 1st to IStb. DK. WILL H. Butcesaor lo Dra. Harrs and Uam. Houn 9 to 6. Office Block. Phono 374 'GLASSES make you see good and look ;ood. We're not only expect in enalyz- ng your eye troubles and correcting ho defective vision with the proper glasses, but VM also carry all tlie lewest effects in mounting so as lo end the utmost of distinctiveuess to four appearance. J. M. HENDERSON At It. A. Wrigat's Jewelry- Store UH. T. W. NortU Western Dental Chicaro. Office, nhoaj 78S; idence phona 751. Olticei: Union Bant Building. W. ft enduato of Ciicago Collate ot fcJ Suriorr. Alberta Black, abort McLeod Broi. Clothing Store, OC- nhous IGOf. RMldaiM DR. C. trudaite of tie Chicago of Suriery. Houn, 9 to 6. 01- CM: Roonuj' 3 and'' 4, JBmpresi Block, four doors aorlli ol tie Alex- andra hotel RM. pbou 673. DR.WE.e.CRAIG, Dentist Graduate or and former laitructor la North- western Uilreraliy Dental tabhool Chicago, 111. Olfices, Hbjicbotliam Block. TelejhoEo 3S7, i to special- in PJOThea; X-Ray. equipment. O.fics. Suite 3, Bryan Bloct Hours: _J to.o. .Phone 1559. DR. P. W. grad-' of Chicago College of Dental Sargnr. Sjeclallit In oral iurserj and dlaeasen of the month. Honn: to 12, 1 lo B.30. Suite t, OUra? Black. Pnone 1199. OSTEOPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNiNO, OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. 316-1S-50 Sherlock Bids. Hours aid bs appointment Phons 1999. PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLE5! Private Hba- 1S2J 7th Are. S., Lethbrldge; Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- dents. Prirato Ad rooms. Rates and (3E a-week Write ror information to Mrs. M. E. yan Iliarlem, tendcst. THE MAXWELL, PrlvatB 62S Eth Street South. Phona For terms and information apply Mra.' H. R. Maiwell.; MUWO MRS. BAINES, double Ellrer medalist, teacher ot pianoforte, Tlolin, theory, aad har- mbar. Studio, 1609 1st Ave. N. UIS3 A1LEBN M. Piaylns and Theory; pttplls entered for eliminations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College, ol Mnslc, London, year were successful.. Studio 623'9th. 8L South. CHIROPRACTORS F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third ATS. South. Phone 1S59. Res. Phono 1337. SMITH SMITH-HYHTJM SMITH and Juno B. you'ara sick and want to regain health, chiropractic sntaal adjUBttnenti and get well. Office, 205 Sherlock Bldg. Hours: 10 to 12, an4 2 to 4. Other hours by appointment. Phones: Office, 1687. Residence. VIA VI FULL INFORMATION, also Literature gircn frea repirdlne tha Vlavl remfr dies, whsreby snlfering -women can becoma well vrlthout operations. Mrs. A. Lingard, office 933 7th St South. BOUGHT Blooded-Stock .If you were buying a horse and he was just a horse you would have to take for grant- ed the things the owner said, and then wait for experience to show if lie had spoken the truth. But If you bought a horso ot bloodej stock that, had a pedigree, you would not need to take the man'a Ttfnra for it. The pedigree saaw his ancestry and raco arid giro you an Idea of the anfmal'a capacity for speed and en- durance. .It's the same in buying ad- vortlsing'space. Some, publi- cations sell "jiist a liorse" hud you have to take their circulation statement with a pinch of salt. A THE HERALD is Hooded' stock. An A.IJ.C. statement is the pedigree that tells you wUat lo c.xpect In the way ot speed and endurance. Guaranteed Battery Service .A .written guarantee with all repair work. A com- battery and electric ser- vlca given, prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1855, Office 409 3rd Avc. S, Lethbrldgr, AlbcrSa Rldg In HcLauglMin Special, It costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prop. A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 SP1RELLA CORSETIERt BP1RELLA CORSETS iND ACCESSORIES Mra. P. A. Parkor, 1816 7th Are. N. Phone 11Z2. MRS. W. H. JOHNSQN-TEACHZB of Piano. Studio will bo ftp en foi lessons duviDg-July and Aiipiit on Tuesdays, Thursdays and-TrHaTi. Studio, 1838 6th Ave. A, South. V H. Jico. YOUNG, TEACHER of voice, piano, and theory. Pupila prepared for Toronto Conservatory, exams. For the past four years all pupils trying these exams have beeu successful, tv.'o receiving medals for highest marks, one in tbe province, the other throughout the Dominion. ReclUIs held Curislmasr Easter, and June. Resumes teaching Sept. 1st. Stu-iio, 114A 5th St. South. OXY-ACBTYLENB WBLDINO W. N. KUTH, Comer 1st Avo. and ntb. Slreet, GUNSMITHS CLEANERS AND PSESSERSi, TUB To French dry: cleaning. We .are the oldest cleaners In ihp city. We jKe-'the" genuine French system, 'COT- ers tvery spot an4 eliminates -p'os. Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special to country worfc. 324 6th Street-South. Phone 1812. Collect nnd deliver. LEE WING, THE pressing, and'repaMng.- High-class wnrlr. at lowest Delivery' free. 119 7th St a. Phone 1019. GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns .restock- ed, gnn work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicyclea, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowora sharpened. D. E. Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald office. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES I AUTO TRUCK 1 i Light and Heavy Draying i I THE CITY TRANSFER I J. KERR 1 1 Phones: office 1143; Res. 683 I i03-20 3 Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will bo to your Inlor- cst to try US, We have an np-to-dato Machine Shop and employ only first Machinists. Satisfaction iu price and workmaosliip.' Tractor Cylinders regroaml. and fitted with over-slzo piatoru and'rlngs, N1VEN 216 1tt Ave. S. BROS. Phona 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1NSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metil 336 6th St Phons 17 U Klectrlo Light and Power Contractors Pnone 1333 '6th St. a, Lettb ridge. Farm Lighting a Specially. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. "6 CO HATING tors. Paperhangers and PalnUra. Kalsomlnlng, Generaf Decorating and Sign Writing. EsUmnles given. The oldest established painters In Lcthbrldge. Res. phone H72; office phone" 1752. Letb- bridgo. Alberta A. Decorating and .Faperhanglng, Phone 690. 611 8th Avenno Sonth. E. L. COPiSLANpi E. R. KENT: Tho Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and paperhanging a spe- cialty. Satltlled customers onr aim Phone 1903. 816 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. TalrlT-ilvo years' eiperience in Eilor- ior and Interior Decorating, 96J lllb. St. Sonlh. EsUmaloa tree, Res. Phone 1104 LOO PRESSING, Repairing and alterations well dose at reasonable prices; We- soil-for and deliver goods. S20 7th' St.' South. Phono 1528. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOQRAPHER now open ta take on the work of one or two more Courv try Drug Sterei, Write for purtlculfirt, 1Z14 AVB. SOUTH L. D. S, Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS T< Deseret News PIANO TUNING 0. H. EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Ilepalrer; 20 years' factory eiperience. Hon- ours Cerllflcale M. T. Assn., London. f England. Relerences to tho leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168 62? 10th SL S. Association of Army and Navy Veterans b Canada Lethbrldfle .Unit, No. M ol Joining the above tain information end application forma from secretary, L. LEIGH, P. O. Box No. Sy bridge. Let Andy Do It H your auto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "know the equipment and. the biggest shop in. AlberU at your Bcrvlco. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412