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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, Al'GUST 2Q 1920 rut; a uAu.v PACK THHEtJ People Use Want Ads Know TKey Will Get Results LOST. AND FOUMD OVhea ItepIyliiE Tin Herald) baud-croc-beted green silk bas. 'Finder please leave at llos 100 Herald. Reward. 218-1 auto lights, nlekle-plated rinij, ono a Mcl-aughliu. Owner may have same by calline al 430 12lh St.' Sculll. _______ 216-6 Two-year-old stallion colt, bluc'roan, branded as ctil. fieward. Independent Meat llarkel, Lellibriilgc: NOTICE IN1 THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTIUCT OF LETHBIUDGE Between: LfOLA LESLIE, Plaintiff and CHARLES THACKI3K. and MCMIL- LAN AND GURR and H. A. Defendants. Sunday evening, a sack TO THE ABOVE NAME1) DEFEND- ANTS: You aro hereby notified that an ac- cbBlalninj; children s doming, be- l-.veeu .Stirling tnl Raymond, on south road. Kinder please notify N. Ilarier. lion lias been brought against you tu Magralh, and receive reward. Ihc sum o( (3J9.20 v.'ltb In- 'terest oil at S per cent, per annum from the ITlb day oT Novem- ber, 1319, until payment or judgment, being the amount due on a'promlBEory Howard of S1Q.OO for one while maro, ouo grey Gelding, weljh- Ing 500 pounds each, brand- cd on led- shoulder es cut. rboni) II. n. Johnson, New Dayiv 21.6-12 note deled at Carmangay, Alberta, March 1512, and payable at Too Canadian Dank of .Commerce, Car- inangay, Alberta, November -1th, 1919, bay gelding, yi-uis old. star on head, Viglil BBM made by Ihc defendant Charles Thack- I shoulder' as tut ou cr lo Hie defendants McMillan and riglil, also 'branded on nnd endorsed by Ihc tald de J right hip ,K cut on left. I fondants McMillan and Gurr in due tuen nl Tabor In March. 520.00 re- course, for 'value, .to the plaintiff for return to Antony. Selcskv, i which said note was preeented for aouth of Henderson Park, on due date and dishonored 2IT-6 hy noli-paynieiil. brown ma 0, scvlHi "'VXD YOU ARE SOTI- lo ,nlrci1 ,at about May have yoniit colt alltllc clerk ot District Court of Hie .Small while sput on forehead District of Lc-lhbridsc, aij-cthbridge. 55.0H rc-.i-ard for info.-inatlon leading: Alberla, n Statement of Defence to lo recovery. Lasl seen near Central PROFESSIONAL AND'BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE THE LETHBRIDGE-LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS 'HULLBLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone 1710 C.l'.Il. farm. K. BclOit, Alta. I black iliare, brand- ed''on right inifli as cut on IPVH riglfi; aieo branded 'on [Ml led jaw as cut on IcftT the sajd action. DATED at LctHuridse. Alberla, Ibis 23rd day of A'JKusl. 1920. A. B. HOGG, Solicitor for Plainlilf. Approved: J- A. Jackson, J.D.C. Ad V Made School District, Coaldalc. ti-2-9 19-4. reward for inforni- alion leading to her recovery M Lltchfiold, Coaldale. 21C-IJ reward for each: Ilay gcldiiiB, balil face, white uluil feet to feilocks, pounds, six years, branded oil right fSil hip as cut on right, Nolicu is herebyi given under Sec. ;iO of "Tlie Kural Jlnnicipalily Ad" and of Bylaw -No. 1 ot Hie cipality .of lierliuglon, N'o. 34. Dated August Hth, 1529. There wore, im- linundeJ on tho 5th day of August, 1H20. in Ihe pound kepi by the under- signed mi the S.E. U, Sec 12, Tp. C. and also branded on nglil Tige. 12, West of tho' lib M., the fol- ___ shoulder as cut on leti, forc- ...nped. and shod; lost in October, 1913. gelding, strip on forehead, snip on and upper Illi, white hirid reel to .fellocks. 1.500 pounds, 12 years old, branded H h on let shoulder, mane roached last fall. Notifj- E. F. Hasell, Coaldale. 211-0 ''BRAND REGISTER Lett thigh ot horses.' Lelt hip ot cattle, j. T. Lalhrop, 7 Rylands Block. 198-0 lead, right hind fool while, mall knol on righl hind randed on left thiRh as cut; unc dark brown inure, spol on icad, right hind foot white, wire scralch 'on .lefl shoulder and icck, branded on right [j der as cut on righl. -Dnled Allgusl 14Ui, 1920. W. H. STAPLETON, Poundkeeper. Box 110, Foremost, Alia. 212-lh On right shoulder ol- cattle. On right ehouider of horses. Jord DeTlne Nllsson. R312. On left thigh ot horses. Vm. JtlllOB, Barons, Alta. 156-26 On ini Ilnrtley, Stirling Alia. 189-2' On ,-igb; thigh. Hartley, Stirling. Alta Left thEgh tf horBea.1 UrFan Young, Stirling, Alia. Left rib ot cattle. Left thigh of horses. Thomas Judeon, Tuber. Alia. Diving One hlacl; guiding, snot on forc- It you've anyluinB for sale I'm tho type of inM you want lo sell it. In fact luat's the son of mau I am- a man of type. Never'a day goes by Ihst I don'l soil Why not let me sell yours? I won'l charge a tent commission. Jusl a fciv lines liic classified colilnnsjof Ibis ]iape' will lino up for you every prospective buyer in tills IOWL Ci'.n you reach pnoyle In so short a r-pace of tlma and .at so small a cosl as I "can? I'm 'Oliver Tuwna everj- dav- iu Hie year and peoplo "all oversown" look to me daily to supply their wants-whether; It is to sail ililugs, rent houses, sell p.utomoblleg, secure a Job o> sell, household furniture. j Farris Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Contingency basis. We set re- Eulls. Bverylhlog In icconnlancy. Prorupl altenlioo. 4-Acadii Block. Phone 1S15. OENTAL Dk. W. GRAU- ttte ot Riijal ot Denial Sur- peoD3, Toronto. JC-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block: Phoce 1071. OSTEOPATH1C UH. T. University of Maryland; X-ray equipment OUlce, Room S Rylands Building. I'hone 1165. WILL H. ______ _______ fiacceaacr lo Dn. Maira and Uarn. Hourc 9 to 6.' Office clock. FaOEic 374. w. uate North Der.Ul Ity, Chkayo, OHtca, phoaJ 786; Idence phone 753. uttic'ea: Union Bank_E ulldlCR IBM w. Eridua'.o of Chicago Collona ot Den- Ul Surgery. AlborLr. Uloct, McLeod Broi. tlotilns Blare. Oi- flee phow IWt nhoni 7N: GLASSES -That make-you see and look Good. not only expert In analyz- your eye troubles and corrpcllrig Ihn yicion with, the proper i lasses, bul .7-3' alsO carry tho I lewcst effects !u raounling so ad 10 end the utmost o( dlstiucllvenesa lo I'our apncanince. J. M. HENDERSON Al H.-A. Jejvelry Store be treated. Tho first step In changing the treat with dilute sul- phuric acid, for from fiftceu lo twenty minuloB .under a tleam pressure of 115 pounds to the square inch. During the cooking about 2y'per of the dry weight of the wood is changed into sugar 'and the fibrous part ol the wood Is greatly changed, becom- ing brittle and iriabic, an iulenneu- iato product between cellulose and explains Dr. Sheirard. arc then extracted from luo' digested dust with hot wat- er and tile sulphuric nold removed by neull'jllzlug with'lime. Alter settling or la Eurile cages alter filtering, the sugar solutions were evaporated lo'a thick molasses under reduced pres- sure and mixed with the digested resl- due which had been partially dried. Til? mixed mcterml was then placed I In an qven and dried n( a temperature i of 70 lo SO' degrees until it contained I LODGES VIADUCT No. 53, I.O.O.F. Meets 'cvoiy Tuesday "Night at Elehl o'CIook in .the. Odilfelloivs' Hall, Cor- ner and Fourth Avenue S. llearty'.welcome extended All Visitors. Geo.' Frederick ifenth, Sec. TiloneB: Hesldcnco" 17S1; Qflli-e 362. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Impounded In' the municipal pound kept by Lho unrtersigimd al Galiern, on Lhe N.W. M ot Sec. 20-4-S- W. i, one grey alud coll, brand- ed on rigliL-tliigh as'cut. __ FUED J. DBOLIN, 21S-lh Gatierij, AlU. SAWDUST AS FODDER. not'more lhan 12 per cent, of mols-j ture. In this handling some sugars! were lost so that In the final the sugars averagerl from 14 to 18 per cent..of the dry food. It has teen .found that sawdust free from chins and pieces of barX Is best' suited for tbis'plirpOEer-'Blirte a more even pene- tration and digestion is obtained with the smaller From, experience and data gathered from Investigations unon the prepara- tion of ethyl alcohol from wood, Dr.- Sherrard Iicllcves. that similar feeds can be obtained from any of ilia non- resinous coniferous TOods and perhaps some of. the more resinous woods, larch should bs_ particularly adapted o this use, since-. It contains approii- nately 12 per cent, of galactin, a com- pound- which gives rlue to gaiactosc upon treatment with dilute acids. Wisconsin Experiments Apparently Have Good Results. 217-GO LAND FOR SALE (TVhcn Replying Mention Tho Ilcrnld: FOR anfl nnlmprov- ed farm lands. The 0. T, Lalhrop Land Co., 7 Hylanda Block, JLtwdust as, a possible-feed for live slock has been considered favorably for many years, but It remained for the Forest Products Laboratory and the Wisconsin College of Agriculture to conduct the. first trials. The .feeding experiments In which chemically Ircatcd softwood sawdust was were under the direction of D. Morrison of the College of Agri- culture. The sawdust was prepared by means of new processes jlerlcclcd by E. C. Sherrard of the Forest Pro- ducts Laboratory. Tho amount. o( treated sawdust which could be pre- pared under laboratory conditions was limited so that only a sliort feeding test was made, More extensive trials ivlll be necessary before definite con- elusions can be made AS lo Ihc feed- ing value of the hydrollzcd sawdust. "Three cnvra were fed for three periods of four weeks each. In tho first and third feeding Mr. Morrison, "tho coiva were gircn an excellent ration cdnalsting of al- falfa hay, com silage and a concentrate mixture, consisting of 65 parts pi ground barley, 30 parts of wheat bran and 15 parts of linseed meal. In Lbo second feeding period Ihe hydrolizcil HAMILTON, Aug. Employees of the American Can Company's plant lere went on strike yesterday over luestions of wages and working con- ditions. or treated sawdust substituted 156 acres adjoining Lelhbrldsc. Located, on -North Thir- teenth Slreel. For lerms, write II, S. Deals, Twin Tails, lilalib. U.S.A. H) If S A III Im.d cast oPLcthbrldgo. Strong land Close to clovator. aiirl other services. Twonty-llirec dollars per aero. Good la J16lli St., Kd- 1.S5-9 I for a part of the barley mixture. Two iaa I pounds of sawdust were used 3 ind t, ElnprfU Block, four uoora nortt ot tbe Alex tndra boteL Phone 410. phon; 673- P. CHAJG. of and former Instructor In North- wcctorn Deutal Chicago, III. Offices. Cioct Telejbone lloiin 3 to E.ao. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Sonthaid Dlock. Tblrd Ave. Booth. Phone 195D: fies. Phpno 1937. DIAMOND SSETTETI S. special- zng In pjorrhea; X-llay -.MiulpmenL Office Sullo 3, Biyan Block. Hours: 0 to 5. Phono 1559. DP.. J. E. HORNlNd, OSTEOPATHIG PHYSICIAN. 316-1S-20 Sherlock lloura JO-12. 24, and bj tppoIolmenL Fhone 1959. PRIVATE. HOSPITALS THE VAN HAAIILBM Private Hos- pital, 122-