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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta :HE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAUE Classified Ads Help Find Lost Articles-Tliey Will Not Fail YOU! LAND FOR SALE JUpfylui; alcnllan Tho H TOR ana sd firm Lands. The 0. T.: Lathrop Land Co., Ltd., 7 Rylands Block. 198-0 156 acres adjoining Uethbrldge, Located on North Thir- teenth Street. For tenns, write H. S. Bnala, Twin Falls, Idaho, U.S.A. TOR farm, ICO 1% mile? from city; 80 acres uummerfallow.. uood terms. Address owner, P.O. Uor 527, Lethbridge. 311-C FOR SALEr-Half-seclion oi unbroken land cast of Lothbrldgo. Strong land. CloSu to elevator, and-other services. Twenty-lhrea dollars per acre. Good Uras. J. 10043 116th St., Ed- monton. "195-0 FOR .good buildings, .well, 265 acres broken, all Also 480 acres, 160 iii.crop, ill fenced. These farms are 214 miles from Raley. For particulars Bee J. H. Sykes, Ilaley. Alta. 211-0 FOR half-section with improvements. Suited to alfalfa commanding 'a large tract ol iplendid open grazing, at Ap- fly" to P.O. 1301852) Cranbrook, B.C MEET VOUR OPPORTUNITY Canadian Vessels Bound to hose Trade to the Am- ericans FOR Irrigated halt- section, with 200 acres new .breaking, elr milce north .of' Coaldalo. 'Want cattle and cash'for equity, balance O.P.R.. 1C .at C !per cent.: The 0. T. Land Co., 7 R'ylands Block. QUEBEC, Aug. Canadian "officials are dis- turbed over orders issued br- the im- migration department thai so passen- gers on ocean liners, whether saloon, second-class or third-class, fce permit- ted to land at Canadian ports before being vaccinated, unless they can give proof have previously been vaccinated ,withln the reqpire'd iiine. As a result of this order tho 0: P. 0.. S. Prinz Friederlch Wilhelm was recently .held "lip at Grc-sse 'isle .for five, hours and tho passengers did not .reach'-Montreal before midnight, when i.t.was difficult to secure Ijolel apcbiu- mociation.''.. v. V Steamship officials slated .that if this order holds, passengers will cease to use tho'St: Lawrence, and other Canadian routes' when, they; can get 'i accommodation oii "others." They point j-ainrgp .yy.. ,s PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE 19 TOR flve miles from town.1 Close to forest reserve. 60 acres In acres-of summer- fallow; Creek, and fair buildings. -130.00 per acra, will trade for cattle. or apply to H. C. Knight, Ave.-South. 210-li tassengers can land at any port In'the Jniled' Stales and enter Canada by a dozen being vaccin- ated. MILKRIVERDiSTRICT acres'in-solid block. This land Ismail' fenced.- acres culti- vated. oi water and large barn.'Coal mine. Reduced price for immediate per acre; reasonable' terms.: THE UNION TRUST CO., LTD. 2nd Ifloor, .Union.Trust and .'Winnipeg, 213-3 LOST AND FOUND Mention The HeraM) 'WILL THE GENTLEMAN who ipr rowed punip.from Mr. Elton on Wed- needay returning from No-hie farm please return same at .once. 214-2 police.on IZth street, one Udles' black Owner can have by proving ownership and pay tog for this adv. Jos. lady's gold wrist watch am gold band.Ion 3rd Ave., hetween Kirk b'y's .and .-Merchants Bank, or In Gall Oardens. Liberal reward. 212-6 TSey say Opportunity only knocks once at each man's door. Don't you believe it. It isn't .true. Opportunity knocks many'times each day at the door of Oliver 'Maybo your opportunity Is knocking door today uut you'Jl never know it unless yoii and I get you together.: f THE LETHBREK1E LADIK1 HALR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone 1710 15W Farris; Service Agency Collectlotu Everywhere, i Contlngcacy basis. We re- mits. Ereryililug m KcouotiUCj. Prompt 4 AcadU Block. Phone DUBLIN, Aug. MeCOTiuIck of the Irish prisoners' hoard, and. Dr. the Maryborough convict prison, who were sent to-Cork by.the government in connection with -the bun ger strikers in pri son have received a letter signed by the'Cork brigade of the Irish republican army, holding responsible should the hunger strikers die and. inviting them to resign if they" disclaim responsibil- ity for the the prisoners. Dublin- Castle doctors have fecoihmendedA lease of the imprlsouedtmen. OTTAWA, Aug. Canadian for the proposed new government. ice-breaker, which it was hoped to have "In commission ty November, proving sub- stantially In eice'ss of the parliament- ary' _ appropriation of 'two' -millions. Three tenders have been received hy the marine department, one from Hal- ifax, another the .Canadian Vlck- ers third.from the Wallace Shipyards of British Columbia, air of which are-regarded as excessive by the .department. The estimate .of the Wallace Shipyards was the low- est of the three received. In view of the excessive tenders it seems like- ly that of building an ice- hrcaker. will not be proceeded -with for a while. That make you see good and look good. We're not only expert In analyz- ing your eye troubles and correcting the detective vision with the proper glasses, but we also carryj all tho lewest; effects in mounting so is end the''utmpst of dlstlnctivenesa to your appearance. X'M.. HENDERSON At Store LbDGES VIAOUCT'LQDGE, No. 53, I.O.O.F. Meets every. Tuesday Night at Eight o'clock'in the Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner 6th Street and Fourth Avenue S. Hearty welcome.extended All Visitors; Geo. Frederick Heath, Sec. Phones: Residence 1781; ;0ffice 362, Central-Park New York, Mis." "Anna ;Orunner, 62 years'old, in plain sight rof.-witne'sses, stepped out on- the ledge'iof an eleventh storey witdowy fifstehed a' handkerchiet over her eyes, stepped off :the Js'Jge Into Sunday evening, a sack containing', children's clo.thirg, be- tween spilth road." Finder please notify" N: Marker, MagTath.-and'receiv'e reward. 213-6 FOUND Pair gauntlets horseshoe and whip .embroidered un cuff. Believed to belong to party at iron Springs. Owner may hare same by paying for thla ad. of Apply chief 202-0 ot ?10.00 for one white grey gelding, weigh- I ing pounds each, brand-T ed on left shoulder as cut. Phone H. R. Johnson, New E Crown Prince Is- mail of Johpre, who has a strong bias 'or. monogamy, hais just le'ft England tor his native land, whore custom ex- pects him to remain-, staunch to polygamy. According, to the custom of Johore the Crown Prince has to take four wives. The 'H the choice of. his-father, the Sultan; the other three the'prince may .choose as his fancy dictates. But the' prince, hav- ing become a convert to British cus- toms durlng.'hls stay In this country, years, branded on left shoulder as cut on right, open wire cut on.right hind leg below hock, foretop, clipped, short mane, wetgot about Mayiave young colt at side. 'Small white spot on'forehead. 15.00 reward for information leading to recovery. C.P.R. farm. JUta. Last seen near Central F. W. lieloit, Coaldale, .'.210-12 toward for each: Bay gelding, fcald face, white hind feet to fetlocks, pounds, six years, branded on right i hip -as cut on right, _ and also, branded on TignTj ______I shoulder aS cut on left, fore1 >..ppe'd, and shod; lost In 1918. Also black gelding, whlto stri] on forehead, snip on.nose' and does not approve of this custom. He prefers the English practice, particularly where it.concerns LABOR TEMPLE FOR VANCOUVER, The pro- vincial government has purchased the Labor .Temple building here, paying f for the; property.' The build- ing, will he "into1 a technical school. The affairs of the- Lahbr Temple Company have1 heen in 'liijul' dation' for some time) and the sale- of the property was hecessitated-hecause of; the threatened foreclosure of the Orst' mortgage. Tho building cost about and tho land GATHER AT NOME TO GREET PLANES .lip, white hind feet to fetlocks. pounds, 12 years old, brahd'ed R h dn let shoulder, mane reached "last-fall Notify K. F. BRAND REGISTER Left thigh ot horses! Left hip 'of cattlo. 'Lalhrdp, 7 Ilylanda Block. 19 On right shbiilder of catti On rlgbt ahoufdW of horg H312. vidual choice. .There-is likely to be an interesting the mar- riage question when'. His Royal High- ness reaches Johore! ,i It is eight years since the Crown Prince came to Europe to be edu- cated. He has a great regard for English institutions and would like to see similar institutions adopted in his'own country. He is afraid, how- ever, that the population, is. not -yet sufficiently, educated ?or tills to be done.- He has a great reverance for his lather, tho democratic' Sultan, it was the return of the Sultan, who vlll soon visit England, that neces- sitated the return, of the prince, who will probably act as ruler "during his 'ather's absence. Like his -father, who has a large racing stud, the Crown Prince Is ai inthuslast of the lurf. During hii stay in England he was frequently seen at the race course. He was, an adept at selecting winners. .During the past few weeks the irlnce hss been living at a well-known London club. ITOME, Alaska, Aug. TndY- Prospectors and Eskimos from many of horses. I68-2S Mllos, Barons, left- thigh. Hartley, Stirling, Alta ]89 On r'gH thigh. TTunry I (artier, Stirling, Alta. tlilgh tf liorasp. Truan Young, Stirling, Alia. IMPOUNDMENT SALE F.H.WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Bontberd Block. Third South. Phone Pbone 19S7. OZNTAL K M. ORA11- of Royal CoUese of DeBUl'Sur- (eoai, Toronto. X-ray cqulpmeuL Office: Rrama'6 to T, Bryia Block. )R. L. T. graduate University of .Maryland; X-ray equipment Office, Room 8 Rylands Building. Pbone lies. iK. WILL a Buccmor to iiarre and Uarrt- 8 to 5. OUlca Biock-'-Phoaa Ufi. T. W. North Wsttera Dentil Oftice, lit; IW- Idecco' Utlon Back Bglldlat. 1IM Oi W. olrChicaco at Du- Ul Sursorj. .Alberta Block, UcLeod Brut.. Uo'ilng store. Of- fice ptona int. Rulliwu piout OSTEOPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHJQ i- PHYSICIAN. 31S-1S-20 Sherlock Bids. Hours 10-13, i-4, and ty Phone 1959. PRIVATE Chlcijo ol DR. C. M. FLB (ntdiute 'ot the Denial Surjery. ttce: Rooms i ud 4, Bnprwi Block, Jouj- doon nonh of the Alei- boUJ. 419. AM. H; WM. P. CRAIO, DenUst Oraauate ot end former Instructor in North- Uilveraltr Dental achool. HI, OiUsaa. HlemboUiun Block. Telephone 9 to 6.JO. THE VAN HAARLEM Private 1221 1th Ave. 8., LethhrUge; Phone 746. Accommodation for glcal. medical and maternity pa- tients. Private -.nd Rates 130.00, I3J.OO and TTMk. ror lafonaatlaa'lo Mrs. M. E-, Van Haarlem, eupertn- tendent. .V. THE MAXWELL 625, Cth Street. Sooth. Phone For terms and InformaUoc apply R. MMwslL kuno DR. special- ulmj fa pyorraea; X-Ray equipment OUiw. Suite Block. Hours: 9 to. B. 1569. OR. P. w. RlCHAHljSr-penUit. grad- uate of Ohltago; College or Dental Surjery. feytcUliit In oral (urgery ftad dls'eaaca 'ot the mouth. Hoori: I to 13, 1 to; 6.30. Suite Oliver Poone'1199. MRS. BAINBS. 'A.1..C.M, U.U.CJC dciible silver teacher of pianoforte, violin, theory, and hir- mony. Studio. 1609 1st Ave. ,N. n CHIRPPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE B. SMITH methods are Nature's own. JVee cohsulta'tlon and analysis. Hours: 10-12.a.nd 2-1. and hy ap- pointment. Room 205, Sherlock .Block. Phoues 1677 and 1141. MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory; pupils entewd Jor the eiamlnatlons of the Roytl Academy and Royal. College ot Music, London. were Studio 623 9th St. South. ,VIAVi': One all stiid, branded on right thigh as cut, Angast 23rd, _ 1920, at Greei'b, ,uu GREEN, V- Turin, Alta, FULL also Literature given free regarding the Vlavt a offering. women can become well'r without operations. Mrs. A. Llngard, office 933 7th SL 'SOUth. 't-A SPIRELLA CORSETIERE points in Northern Alaska are Nome to witness the arrival of the four United States army airplanes at the finish of their long flight from Now York.' Advices today were that the. four planes were at Ruby, i300 nilles dis- tant, awaiting favorable weather he- fore hopping off for the last'leg of the northern flight. SAYS CONFERENCE SUCCESSFUL 'Aug. (Canadian J. Dcsbarats, deputy minister of naval affairs, who has been attending tho international marine conference under the League of Nat- ions at Genoa; Italy, returned to'Ot- tawa on Friday. .Mr.' Desbarats at- tended the conference as Canadian government representative and was accompanied by Thomas Robb, Sec retary of the Canada Shipping Feder- representing the employing In- terests, and O. C. Gauthier, represent Ing the employees. Sir. Desbarats slated that tho conference had been successful. AUSTRALIA'S (WHBAT FIFTY PER CENT BETTER W. S. Magulre, secretary ot the Brandon Y. M. C. A., will leave for Victoria about September 10, where he has- accepted a position with the Y. M. C. A. of thai city. ROME, Aug. wheat fields for the coming season arc SO per cent, larger than In 19i9 and weather and crop were reported gopd as late as August 17, says a bulletin 0( the International Institute of Agri- culture. During July, tho Indian mon-, soon was generally favorable and the price of, wheat nt Karachi is lower than at any date since July 1918. porlatlon of wheat froni India, how ever, is still prohibited. The aggreg-. Etc of wheat shipments from Argen- tina exceeds alt .estimates of avail- able, surpluses during 1920, tho bulle- tin says. ONTARIO TEACHERS ON TOUR OTTAWA, August party of Ontario' school teachers numbering about 200, the majority of them being from this city, -loft last night.6u a week's lour of tho northland of the province. Tho Idea of tho trip Is to enahlo the teachers to see at first hand tho resources ol Ontario's hintcr. land. Cobalt. New Halley- Itury and Cochrano will be among the places visited. Hon.'Ft. 11. Grant, min- ister of educiillon for Ontario anil Mrs, Grant am wilh Ihn narlv. Hi IheTOOKE HOOK that E GZEMA Too1' net experiment- ing w It o n you nno Dr. wase'a irtent Jor Eczema Skin Irrita- tions. It rellCTC.i Bt ones and cradu- ally iho skin. box A6'5 Ointment fice If you mention IMs ftnrt .icndSfi.itiiiip forposlagc. We, a- j RUdcalcrfl or (X, Kealthy teeth cannot live in diseased tissue. Gums tainted with Pyprrhek are dangerously diseased. For not only the teeth are afiected, but Pyorrhea germs seep into the body, lower its vitality and cause many ills. Pyorrhea begins with tender and -bleeding gums. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the system of the poisonous germs that breed iii. pockets about them. v> Four out of five people over forty have this disease.; But you need not have it. Visit your dentist often for tooth and sum inspection.' And keep Pyorrhea away by using Forban's For the Gums. Forhan's For The Gums vciQ prevent checKvits used in time and .used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's kccps'the gums hard and healthy, the teeth and clean. If you have tender or bleeding gums, start using it today, If gum-shrinkage has already set in, use Forhan'3 aecord- -ing to directions, and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. 33c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S, LTD., Mmlnal Rrtiaiys cmr TAXI Irrigated The Better Hay GROWN CURED BALED LOADED RIGHT follow each step carefully result, satisfactory, TIMOTHY, ALFALFA Mixed Timothy and Alfilfi Alfalfa Meal Farm Prtdnctt Ltd, Coaldale Lethbrldge BINDER for 650ft GET YOURS MOWI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 401 3rd Ave. Lethbrldge! Alberta Ride MoLaughlln Special. It coBti no more, Eddie Berger, Prop, A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO .TRUCK Light and Heavy Draylng THE CITY TRANSFER 1 j. KERR Phones: Office 1143; Res. 683 Farmers When In reeS of TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your InUr- to try US, Wo have an op lo-flato Machine Shop and employ only first class Machinists, Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders refiround, and tilled WHO over-size pistons and rlogs. N1VEN BROS. 218 1st Avo, S. Phono 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVB TROUGHING GENERAL TOISMITlflNG FREEL ft ELLIOTT Mttil !J8 6lh 17IS BP1RELLA'-COHSBTB AND ACCBSSO1UES Wri. Parker; 1816 7th.Are.-N. PhonB Ill2. MRS. W. H. of Piano. Studio will lessons during July and August on Thursdays, and Studio, 1238 Eth Ave. A, Soutl H. MeG. YOUNG, A.D.C.M., TEACHER of voice, piano, and theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory eiams. For the pac: four years all i pupils trying these eiams have been successful, two receiving medals for highest marks, one in" the province, the other throughout the Ilecitals held Christmas, Easter, and June. Resumes teaching Sent.: 1st.'.: Studio, U4A 5th'St. I South.', CLEANERS AND. PRESSERS OXY-ACETTLENB: WELDINO W. N. KUTH. Comer Street. THE Specialise m French dry cleaning. We are -the oldest cleaners In tho city. TVe genuine Frenrh syalem. .-which cor- tvery and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country wort 324 6th Street South. Phone 1811 Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS UNSMlTHS'a' stralehtened, restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bleyclei, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B..ilacdonala, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Pbone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald office. Ecnue SUPPLIES Hectrlo Light -Power. Contractori U32 LEE WING, THE repairtug. H Igh-cl asa work, at lowest prices. Delivery free. SL a. '-JPfione'lOli" 89-0 LOO FSESSlNG, Repairing and alterations .well 'done at prices. "Wo Eell ita deliver goods. 320 St South. Phone 1528. 6th St. S, Xethbrldge. Para Lighting a Specially. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. DECORATING WELLINGTON ton. Pspertungsn! and Decorating tad Sign Wrlttng. Estimates given The oldest MtAbllshad. painters la Res, phono office phono 17SS. Sherlock Bids, A. Decorating" Phone 611 8th Avenue South. E. L. COPELAND. E. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- or decorating and paperhanging a laity. Satisfied cnstotners oitr aim 1903. 616 12th SL South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR, Established 1909. Thirty-five years' experience In Biter- lor and Interior Decorating. 467 llth Bt. South. Estimates free, Res. Phone 1101. Doris I. R. COMMERCIAL' PHOTOGRAPHER l< now open to take on work of one or two more Coun- try Drug Stores. Writs for 1214 THIRD AVE, SOUTH L. p. ,'S. Publications ATCARDSTON .'-f. J.M. COOMBS Destret Nivn Agent PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. 20 years' factory apcrlencs. Hon- ours Certificate M.'T. London. England. Relcronws to the leading musician.-! of the city. 1168 627 lOtb St S. VVATER LOCATOR WATER can locate water for you. 1 never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davleo, 1218 5th Ave, A, South. Phone 1217, Lethhrldge. Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrldtje Unit, No. 34 Vele.rnnt desirous ot .joining the abovo association, can ob- tain information and application forms from thft secretary, L.' LEIQH, P. O. Bor No. t. Letu- bridge. Let Andy Do It If your unto or tractor radial, or. needs repairing, tha "know the equipment and the biggest shop la AlberU ii tt your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grin Guaranteed' Battery Service A written guaranleo with all .battery, repair work. A pleto battery, and slectrlo ser- vice given. Prices are logs. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND ;