Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGB- DAILY HERALD PAGE TOREtl: Classified. Ads Help Find Lost Articles-Tliey Will Not Fail YOU! 'LAND FOR SALE FOR acres Irrigated land at a bargain. OHO mile from Taber, Apply to owner, Boi 3fC Taber. FOH unimprov- ed (arm lauds. The 0. T. Lathrop Land Co., Ltd., 7 Kylands Block; I 198-0 TOR ot unbroken laid east of Lethhridge. Strong land. Close, to elevator, and other services. Twenty-three dollars per acre. Good terms. McCalg, 10013 116th St., Ed- nionton. 195-0 -I'artly irrigated half- Regal Mine At Taber Is Likely To Re-open Soon Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Aug. 14 In largS numbers began to throng, tho town this week, and a good many are 6ec.tlon, with 200 acres new breaMug. j hers. The fifui cruwu to Bix miles north of Coaldale. Want hero constated ,ef men from Nova Sco- cat I la u nd cash lor equity, balance and the llarltime Provinces, like- contract, 16 yearly 'puymimli. I ly-looking lads, Just about the siyla ac C- per cent, Tho Ijithroji for tho. handUng'uf a, good crop, espe- Land Co., Ltd., 7 Iljluuda Block. jclally with a. very wiCo- 133-0 'awaks air. The tirsl hund have beeii to by arrivals from .Ontario -Half-section, five :uiles Ciose to forest reserve. lioiuts, some coming from 'Oait, Slrat- ford, and the vicinity of other wcll- FOH SALK from towu. 50 acres lei rye, 200 iicres of anil fair bultotaKV gone out int0 tno Uelda.tut J-.O.Oo per acre, cash; or will Have departed for other points, quite 1 a3S. or niimher taking the advice of citizens to H. C. Knight, J302 7tu Avo. South. [0 Wait a'da5. Beforagoing else- A few have t a iiumbnr 210-U GOOD MIXED FARM FOR ,100 acres finest farming laud. O 100 acres improved; 500 acres can be broken. Good buildings. Plenty of running water, ad- joins Old Man river. Cowlcy. Price J30.00 per acre, Hens- Apply P. N. Potapoff, day or. two Before, going else- where, and awaiting tho chance of In- terviewing, the farmers ou Saturday night. "The men aro'.coutUictiag thein- selves iu a rational manner, bui com- Iplaiu that there seems little demand, acres finest farming laud. Over, blH ,act that the farmer is so busy himself, either with work on tho land or with cutting of the crop before: comics to town, to seek that he'is.npt often visible himself, excejji at the Chautauqua, and has the family, and friends with liiin, pud the harvester votes social affairs a. weariness to the- flesh. The usua wage dispute has taken place In somo cases, hilt in most the interviews have been few. W. B. Grubh has heeii 214 miles (turn town.. SCO acres under somewhat busy in this line ot late, cultivation, 200 in crop, 100 summer-1 harvest.has been found tin many fallow and new breaking. CO iu hay, I cases to be the reason and 240 In pasture. Good oulldings, that, the outside edge is ready, but the "all fenced and crbsB-fenced. Best of1 interior of the crop is aot. In ;i day enable feriii5. Cowley, Alia. 209-C RED DEER, ALBERTA 510 acres of Red Uecr's best land, water, good creak In pas- ture. A beautiful home whore crop failures are unknown. Ten horses and practically a full line of -new 'machin- the 200 acres of crop all go with the placo at per acre. Owner leaving for California. Must sell at once. This is absolutely the greatest snap over offered In Central Alberta. The J. MALCOLM CO.. LTD., Red Deer, Alia. 208-2 liETUBIIIDGB SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 61 TENDERS FOR COAL Sealeil Tenders marked "Tenders for bo -received by the undersigned unlil Monday, Au- gust 21st, 1920, for the supply of-'coal- to the schools or "tbe 'above' district lor the year ending June 30Eh, 1921, Coai to be ot best, quality-screened lump, free from and other impurities. '-J, The lowest or any'tender not.ii'eces- terily Further information may be obtain- ed at ths ofBce of the secretary in the Central school. JOHN H. FLtEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. I Ad H or two, however, there will be a dlf fcrent story to tell. The stork is no respecter of homes and aCtcr .visiting.the of a prom inenl .real eslate man the other day cailed in Thursday morning at' the home, of P. jtfahadden, a miner on the south side, and IcfL a flourishing baby girl. The uiother was about her house- hold duties on Friday, and both ace doing well. H is probable that the Regal Col Heries will open for the "season's work shortly. The mine has been jtfefl up for a time owing to financial consider ations, the imnersjiaviug taken action to protect their interests, owing to some, back wages. the mine foreman, has been reorganized and a new issue ot stock las been made" in Detroit, and' the men received close of this week 20 per cent, of the amount' due1, and NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS Tax 'payers aro hereby reminded thai the last day ou 'which 10% dis- count on current year's taxes may te obtained is August 3Ist.' Part pay- ments will be accepted and discount allowed. Ad'L H, WM. City Assessor Elephants, snakes, and. turtles do not fret in captivity and live long lives, but monkeys and foxes worry themselves to. death in cages and Die mortality is high. ihe -balance follow shortly. As Lhe mine was always one oE the best in the district, the prospects are good development; which" means a-good deal to Taber. McBrid'eJa putting forth Ireriitoiis .efforts .to'.flnisb. his .irriga- Lion contract wiHiin the few days. The labor hampered the and application to the harvest- ers for tbeir services did not bring re- sults, as] they, feared wheat cutting on a targe scale before the fro.rk was finished; Men'werp en- gaged at JLethbridge, and tfte contract will be: finished, it is be lieved, Insido of a week, and the pre; diction from. Lethbridge .that the water would he turned.on this.month about to be fulfilled. '.The contractors hare; had against hard luck this spring in many ''ft'ays, but it would seem their efforts" arc about to fc'e crowned with success. .The cry Is still going up for bind- ers. One implement man has ;heen( forced to hold some customers oft whoj should have ordered more than ssefh- ed necessary at first and are now be- ing compelled to await the arrival ot tr.ore machines. the first time in the history of the New Brunswick Divorce Court an'absolute degree was granted to a JcVish resident in the case of J. Sheppard vs. Jithel Shep- pard. MAGRATH MOTORS SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Let Us Supply Your Touring Necessities THE GARDEN CITY BINDER TWINE FOUR CARS U.G.G. Twine, 550 feet to the Ib. Noth- ing better. Get yours while .'the supply Inntn v FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ALFALFA AND HAY SHIPPERS COALDALE LETHBRIDOE NDV, pfforfng for linined'la'tc Delivery _, Timoihy, Mixed and Alfalfa Our Service Thev say Opportunily oiJy knocks once at each man's door. Uoa't you believe it. It isn't true. Opportunity knocks many times cacb day at Uia door ot Oliver. Townc. Jfayna your opportunity is knocking at my today but you'll hover Unow II you ksiOf'r: tou arid 1 get you together. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS .CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE THE LETHBRJDGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH SI'. (Ground Phone 1710 1590 A------.. ua 110 V1V-C Scientific CoIlecUona Everywhere, Contingency basis. We get re- eulls. Everything In accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 A cad la Block. Phone 1616. WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS i AND V OF; ALL! DEacRTptjpNs AND KEEP MASTER GEARS ..INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINiONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS: T 'CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT 6EARJI-GS CRANK DISCS 2 AND And "for lib .Case, and other popular-makes oC Steam and" QasoliBe Tractors. Wo have tlie bestr facilities for and trueing Crank Shafts, lie-" boring Cylinders, and doing -oth; er- machine -work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED. LODGES VIADUCT No. 53, I.O.O.F. Meets every. Tue'i'day Night at Eight o'clock in ;Ctfr- ner Dth .Street and Avenuo Hearty-weIcbme.'extended All 'Vicitorsl Geo. rhpoes: nesldence- 362. FOR SALE THE NEW CROP OI Hay isynow .ready for Ehlp- M IXED Tl PtfOf ;HV A ALFALFA STRAIGHT -T- Superior quality, lowest prices, and excellent Bervlce guaran- teed. SOUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1221 Stcini Avc. SS Phone 732 "i j 0 Steamship SEE US ABOUT SENDING FOR THOSE COUNTRY FRIENDS We will arrange their tickets, Apply..for JTHE ROSSITER AGENCIES Higinbotham Block Information Every ijiorning .tho trucks from the fields bring in 'smelling loads of ripe strawber- ries.- They go al once to long tallies full of white gowned girls' wfio 'clean and hull Ihein as you do at home. Then sugar Is aiided arid tho berrleu fro cooked In bis kct- c-Kiictly aa it Is In any 'nilvale kltclioii. THIS JAM IS PURE AND FRESH IN FLAVOR Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd., HEAP OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Aug. 21.............. Cerulean Aug. 23 Prince Fred. Wm; Aui. 28................ Mellta 1 Victorian Sept. 8 Empress of France .Sept. 11............ Minnedosa Sept. 13 Empress'of Britain Sept. 18 Metagama Sept. 22 Prince Fred. Wm. Sept.: 25 Corsican Sept. 29 Victorian TO GLASGOW Sept. 8............... Sicilian Sept. 15............. Prcto'rian (Passport application forms supplied.) Call or write for full informa- tion, C. 1'. H. Ticket Office Depot Ticket t i JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all other Atlantic Lines. CENTAL DR. M. ORAD- tt'.e ot Royal College ot Dental Sur- geons. Toronto. X-ray equipment Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Sryaa Bloct fhoce 1071. DR: L. T. graduate University of Maryland; .X-ray equipment. Office, Room S Rylaods Building. Phone 1165. Ofike closed from August 1st to 19th. )S. WILL H. Successor to Dm. iiarfs and Marrs. Hours 9 to a. Oltlca Block. Fiona DK. T, W. sate North. Western DtnuJ Ity, Chicago. OUlce, phonj 785; res- idence phono 753. Offices: Unloa Bank Ealldicg, ISM OSTgOPATHlC GLASSES, make you see good and look good. We're not only expert in analyz- ing your eye troubles and correcting the defective vision with the proper glasses, but also carry all the effects !u mounting so aa to lend the utmost of distlnctfveness to your appearance. J. M. HENDERSON At H. A.r'Wrlgnf8 Jewelry Store W. DBNT1ST.' Gradual ot Cblcaso CoUege ot Don thl Surgarr. Albertt. Block, atari .McLMd BTOI. .CiotldDg Btora. Ot .'Oca Dhoos 16C6.- Rejlieuoi phon> DR. C. -a.' ematuta tie CSUrago CoUegs ol Dental Surgery. 'HoUri, 6. Of- fice: Roomi 3 ud 4, Braprwi Block, four aorta of the Alex- udra hoteL Phone ilO. an. 673. DR. Wil. p. CRAIO, Dentist of and former Initractor In North- UaiTerslty Dental bchooi. JU. orficw, Ulginbotum Elocf Telephoao Wf. Bonn to 6.SO. DR.'J. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 3'iS-lS-iO Sherlock blag. Hsors 10-12. 2-4, and br Phone 19S3. PRIVATE HOSPITAL3 HE VAN HAARLEM Prlrate Hos- pital, .1224 7th Aye. S., Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private -.nd' Bemi-prlTita roomf.' Rates f30.00, J33.00 and a week. 'Wrlta ror information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, tendent OR. J. S. specJal- niDB in pyorrhea; X-Hay eo.nlnment Office. Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours: to.8. Phone 1559. BIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third Aye. South. Phane 1959. Phone 1937. K-.P. grad- uate of Chicago ot Dental .Borterr. SyectalUt In oral surgery And dlaeuw ot the month. Houri: to 6.30.- Baits OllTM Block, pnone USSl CHIROPRACTORS THH MAXWELL Privatj 6th Street Soatl. Phone For tenna and information apply "Mri. H. R. iimralL MUIIC MRS... SAUTES, donble silver teacher ot planolorto. theory, and bar- mosy. Studio, 1609 lit Aro. N.' MISS AILBBN M. Playing and Theory; pupils entered tor examination] of. the Royal Academy and Hojtl College' ot Mole. London. England, lait year were incceiiful. Studio fltlck and' want to heiith, take chiropractic Epladr ad j data ehti, and r Officer Bldg. 10 to 12, and 2 to 4. Other hours hy appointment Phones: Office, 1677. Residence. Mil. .VIA VI FULL INFORMATION, also Literature gtTon free regarding the Vlarl reme- dies, whereby suffering women can become well wUhdat Mrs. A. Llngard, office 333 1th Si South. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE SERVICE DAY ANO NIGHT Phone 1850, Office 409 3rd Ave, S, Lethbridge, Alberta Rldo in a McLaugli.lin Special, v 'It costs ho more. Eddie Bergeri Prep. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 SPIRELLA COnSBTS ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parker, ItU.'Ttli Are. N. Phone 1182. MRS. W. H. of Piano. Stndlo .will be open fof lessons dnrinK Jnlr and Aueost oni an4; PrldayaJ lZ38-'Sth Ate. A, Sontn; H. McG. TEACHER of voice, piano, and Pupils prepared for 'Toronto Conservatory exams. For the past four years all. pupils trying these eiams have heen- successful, two receiving medals for highest marks; one in the province, the other throughout the Dominion. Recitals held Christmas, Easter, apd June. Resumes leaching Sepf. 1st. _ Stuijto, 41.4A 5th St: Sov.th; CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE "in Prenca dry are: tho oldest cleaners in the city.1 genuine systent; which-cov- ers tvery spot and aible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention 'to country work. 324 6thJ3treert South. Phone 1812.' .Collect anoVdoliTer. WELDINO W. >f. KDTH. Corner 1st Ave. and ion GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS LOCKSMITHS- GUN barrels, straightened, guns .restock- ed, gun work'done by a1 gunsmith, keys mado, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonoefaphs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowors sharpc-ned. D. E. Jlacdonald, Indlin Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1032. 6th Street opposite Herald office. ELECTKfc SUPPLIES Electric Light aaa Power Contractors Phono 1333 LEE WING, and repairing.- High-class .work, .at, lowest prices. Delivery free. 119 7th St 8. Phone 1019. 1 LOO Repairing and alterations well done.. at reasonable prices. Wo sell aiid deliver goods. 320. 7th St. South. Phone 1523. V St. S, Lelhhridgs. Farm LlehltaE a. Specially. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cnrdstoo Tempie. DECORATING 1 AUTO TRUCK 1 i Light and Heavy Draying 1 THE CITY TRANSFER i g J. KERR i Phones: Office 1143; Res. 683-g 203-28. 1 PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL Caronia ..Aug. 21 K.A. Vic. Sept: 11 IS Carmanla Sept. 25 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON AquiUnla Aug. 2S Mauretanla Sept. 2 Imperator Uept. 9 Aqullania Sept. 22 NEW via Movllle .Sept. 11 Columbia .Oct. 9 Columbia................... Nov. G NEW YORK-NAPLES-TRIESTE 1'annonla................... Aug.23 Saturnla .Aug. 21 CassandraSopt.il Satunila Sept.25 Cassandra ..Oct..16 For full Information apply'to any H It. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Winnipeg, Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your esl to try US. have an op-tp-date Machine Shop nnd employ only first claa.i Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrounil. and fitted over-size and rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 Ut Avo. 3. Phona 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TfeOUGHING GENERAt T1NSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Worker. 338 17IJ WEIX1NOTON Decora- tors. Paperhangeri and Palnten Kklsomlnlns. General Dscoratlns Stirn Writing. Estimates elren. Tbs cldent painters In Lethhrldga. Res. phono 1475; office phone 1753. ShorlocH Loth, bridge. Alberta. PaBerhanglng. Phono 690. 611 Sth Avenue Soijlh. B. L, COPBLAND. B. R. KRNT. Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and papcrhanglng a spe. clally. Satisfied r.nstomers onr aim. Phono 1SM. 616 South. DECOTiATOH. Eslabllshed-1509. Thirty-five years' experience (n Eiter- lor and Interior Decorating. 96? llth St. South. Estlffiatos free. Hca. Phone 1101 .PIANO TUNING 0. II. EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London England. References to the leading of the Phono 116S 627 lOlh SL-S. Let Andy Do It If your aoto or (ractor radiat- or needs repairing, tba tho equipment and tho biggest shop in Alberla It at Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER new open to take on Itio work of ore or two more Coun- try Druj Stores. Write for partleultu-0, 1214 THIRD AVB. SOUTH L.- Oi S. r Publications AT CARDSTOPf I. rf! COOMBS-. Deteret News, Aflent Association of Army and: Navy Veterans 'ia Canada Lethbrtdge Unltt No. 34 Veterano desirous of-joining the abovo associalion, can ob- and application forms from the' secretary, L LEIGH, P. 0. Boi No. 6, Leth- bridge. your service. THE RADIATOR MAN 412 'fth Stiver Grtli Guaranteed Service A written guarantee with all battery repair work.. A com- hattery and eloclrlc ser- 'vies 'given. Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND'