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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, 1920 THIS HBKA.LD PAGE THREK People Use Want AcU Because Tkey Know They Will Get Result; LOST AiND FOUND r XWhcn lUpiyinT .Mtitlon The ileraiai lights, one a McLaughlin. Owner bite same by 420 12th EL South. LOST Two-year-old BtaTilon" colt, blue roan, branded as cut. Reward. Independent Heat Market, Lethbrldge. for Uie year 1920 within the bounds of every municipality, urban and and every improvement District of. the Province of Alberta. The land will advertised for sale, v, soon after August Hth as possible, by the Municipal taxing authority and on the day and hour and at the place mentioned-in the advertisement, will be cold for the taxes in arrears as of data December 31. 1919, together with LOST-Keward of 110.00 for one white tha .mortgagees.- en- mare one with. MM cumbrancees. audj auy others Intsr- ested should communicate with the municipal, authority levying the tax. The arrears and costs may be paid up to the time of sale, and after the tile there is one year for the redemption of the land. J. H. LAMB, Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs: on left-shoulder, as" cut. H. Johnson, New Dayto 210-12 bay gelding, io years old, star on head, branded oa right shoulder' as cut right, also I right hip as cft.t on left. at Taber in March. 120.00 re- ward for return to Antony Selesky, south of HendefBon'Parlt, Lethbrldge. 21T-S hroWn .mare, years, branded on left shoulder cnt on right, open wire cut on right hind leg'below hock, foretop clipped, short mane, weight about 1.300. young colt'at side. Small white spot on forehead. 15.00 reward for information' leading to recovery: Last seen near Central C.P.R. farm. F.-W. Beloit, Coaldale, A'ta- ________- 210-12 black mare, ed on right thigh as cut on Bright, also branded on left Jaw as cut ou let" branded on left thigh as ute of Royal CoU'jfe at DenUl Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray Olflce: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan-Blocfc Phone 15S-0 Oiver if you've anything for'sale Tni tho'iype of man you want 10 soil it. In fact that's the sort ot man I1 a man of- type. Never a day goc-s by that 1 don't self something. not let me sell won't charge a cent cotnmlssiotk Just a few lines in thfc classified. columns 'of this papei trill line up for you every prospective. buyer In tils tovviL you reach as many people In so.' short a space cj time and at so Email a cost as. I'm Oliver Townt every. day in the year and people "all over town" look It me daily to supply their wants it is to s.e? things, rent houses, sell automobiles, securo a job or sell household furniture. V Farris Service Agency Scientific Collection! Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get re- Eults. Bverythlng lu accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Bloch. Phone 161t. GLASSES make you sco 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 we also carry alK tho .ewest effects iu mounting so 'aa to lend the utmost of dtstlnctiTecess to your appearance. "i" J.'M. HENDERSON 'At It. A. Wrignt's Jewelry Store 'BOLSHIES STEAL FLAX .STOCKHOLM, Aug. a protest from the.Swedish government, 400 tons of flai belonging to the Swed- ish Flax Association arn being offered for sale in R'eval By the present soviet authorities. The flax had been seized in 1918 by the tolsheyists. The Syred-. ish Foreign Office has_notilied botji' the United States and British govern- ments that; the flax' has mis-, appropriated: The Swedish owners are apprehensive that the British or- ganization for the purchase of flax in tlic Baltic countries may bo induced to buy the consignment-. Albert John Hobs on, LL'.D. Mr. .Albert'.Tolm Holjson is th'e vjce- chairmSn of the British Imperial Coun- cil of Commerce', and one of the'orig- inal members of the Sheffield Commit- tee on Munitions of War, of which he was made chairman in 1916.: He is one of the greatest authorities on metals and alloys, and is an ex-Master Cutler. He was Lord Mayor of Shef- field 19fl-12. .Mr. Hobson was a member .of the commilleo to Inquire into Financial Risks and Stock Valua- tions ot-the Ministry ot Hcconstruc tion in Engjand. v WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND 156 acres adjoining Lcthbridge. located on .North Thir- teenth Street. For terms, write H. S. Heals, Twin Kails, Idaho, ti.S.A. "11-30 FOR or unbroken land east of Lethbrldgo.- Strong land Close to elevator, and other services. Twenty-three dollars per Good terms. J. McCaig, 10043 116th St., Ed- monton. 195.0 FOR farm, -good buildings, well, 265 acres broken, all fenced; Also 480 acres, ISO In crop, all fenced. These'farms are 2V4 miles from lialey. For particulars see J. H. Sykes, Haley, Alia. 211-0 FOR irrigated half- eectlon, with 200 acres new breaking, miles north of Coaldale. Want cattle, and cash (or equity, balance C.P.R. contract; 16 yearly payments, at C per cent. The 0. T, Latbrop tana Co., Ltd., 7 Rylands Block. ._________________198-0 'FARM FOR SALE, with 10 head of cattle. 160 acres, 130 under cultiva- tion; all fenced; good water; fine buildings; a house, barn, granary, chicken coop., buggy ehed, coal shed and cellar; six miles from station; 10 from town. A free prairie land on .the weot, and halt a mile from a river. A good stock and farming place... Price: cash For .cashbuyers, 10 per cent. less. -George flrabautzkl, Barnwell, Alia. 218-2 IMPORTANT NOTICE TAX RECOVERY ACT To al! parties whom it may concern: Take -nottco that Uio provisions ot .Tax Recovery Act aro operative I FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND 'KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS 'GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEAHIr OS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM.CLUTCHES And repairs for the Case, Reeves, Rumley arid other popular makes, of Steam and Gasoline Tractors. We have the' test facilities for .straightening and tracing. Crank Shafts, Re- boring.Cylinders, and doing oth tr machine" work. The Lethbridge Iron Worts Go, PHONE 332 LIMITED. The John Grttley'Jenkins Iton. John Greeley-Jenkins, honor- ary treasurer of !he ol Chambers of Commerce of tho Km- pire, which will lie held In Toronto on September 16tli, waS one of ihe found- ers of the Congress and 'a Past Master of the Uoysl Colonial Institute Lodge of Freemasons. Ho is noted for tho protest which'ho nudo'agaltist tho charging of double iircomo taxes with- in the Kmplre, which subject he will pursue at the coming Congress. iMr. Jenkins was agent-general for South Australia In 1908, and fs personally Interested in production and develop- ment in Canada. Ho Is a director for Oreat Britain on tho Paris Interna- tional Chamber of Congress. Ho was born In Pennsylvania, U.'S, Quaker Brand Jam is Healthy The balmy climate and rich soil of B. C. valleys, puts a delightful flavor in strawberries, Their tonic effect is very healthful. We pick the fruit red ripe in the. morning and make it' into jam the same afternoon. The flavor is much finer way, Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. c. LODGES rVIADUCT'LODGE, He. I.O.O.F. Night at Eight o'ClocK'ib the .Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner. 5th .Fourth Avenue S. Hearty .welcome.extended All -Visitors. (Jeo. FredericiirHeath, Phones: .Office 362. Court Star, No. 8095, A. 0. Foresters ,will meet-in, I.'O, O.'.P. Hall'on Mon> day, This meeting takes the place of regular date being Labo.u Day. All officers, togeth- er vitu a gopd-njiniber ot members, are requested to attend. Visitors cor- dially invited. SILK ALL KINDS' OF Also Gentlemen's -'Silk Shirts I Made to Order. SIU Movedto4164thKAve.S. SEE US ABOUT SENDING FOR THOSE, OLD COUNTRY FRIENDS We, will arrange their- tickets.i Apply for rates THE. ROSSITER Hlqinbotham Block Information A? Phone G. SPENCE TAXI 428 DAY AND NIGHT Please Leave Train Calls Early Irrigated The Better GROWN CURED BALED LOADED We follow each step carefully resuHj satlstattory hay, TIMOTHY, ALFALFA Mixed Timothy arid Alfalfa Alfalfa Meal Farm Products Ltd. Coaldale Lethbrldge SINDER for 550 ft, YOURS Nowi SIGHT 8PECIAUST Boothatd Block. Third Ave. South. Pbone 1953. Rei. Phone'1917. CENTAL OSTEOPAimC R. It T. ALLEN-f Dentist, graduate University of Maryland; 'X-ray equipment Office, Room S Rylands Building. Phone 1155. UK. WILJ, }L SucCMtor to DTI. Harrt and Marn. Boort 9 to 6. OKIca Block. 174. DH. T. W. fOX-UBNTiST, OrUI> bate North DecUI Ity, Chlcifo. Office, pioiu 785; Idence phons 75J. OHicea: Union Bank Dl W. graduate of Cblcato CoUtje ot Dac- Ul Surgery. Alboru Block, McLeoi Clothing Ot- lice uaona IMS. ftsitrtaoaj 701. Dr. j. E. OSTBOPAT1UC PHYSICIAN. J1C-1S-20 Sherlock Bids Hours 10-12, 2-4, and bj appointment. Phons 1899, PRIVATE HOSPITALS R- C, U. iraduate at tie Ctlcajo ol Dental. Surgery. .Hoan, to 6. W- fJce: Raome" 3 and 4. Block, (our doors north of the Alei- acdra Phone 410. Bea, phou DH.WM. p. CHA10, Dentist of and former Instructor iu North- western UaiTeriltT DenUl trhicago, nj. Ottioea, Blglnbothain 3ST, Howl 9 to UH. J. s. specfal- Izing In pyorrhea; X-Ray '.ijuliimenL OHIC6. Suite 3, Bryin Block. Hours: 9 ta 5. Phone 1569. 107-41 DR. p. yy. grid- uat.o of. Chicago College DenUl -.Byeclallit in oral surgerj of month. Houri: Io 12, 1 io Suits 5, Oliver Ulock. Poone THE VAN HAARLEM Private pltal, 122J 7th Ave. 8., Phono 746. Accommodation for tical, rcedical and maternity pa- tients. Private vnd leml-private Bates and week. Write I or information- tt Airs. M. B. Van Haargom, auperia- HE MAXWELL Hospltsl- S2S 5th Street South. Fhoua 659- For terms and informatton appi] llrs. H. R. MUIIC MRS. BAINES, A.L.C.M., L.L'.C.M. double silver medalist, teacher o! pianoforte, violin, theory, and bar mony. Studio. 1609 1st AvV N. CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE n. SMTfll methods are Nature's own. Free> consultation and analysis. .Hours: 15-12 and 2-4, and by ap- rolntment: -Slierlocli Block. Phones IQTt'aiid'Ull. VIAV1 FULL INTOHMAT10N; also given free regarding the Vlavi reme- dies, whereby suffering women can become well without operations. Mrs. A. office 933 7ta St South. MISS AILEEN M. Flaying and Theory; pupIU enterei for the examinations of the Roya- Academy and Royal CoUegft ol llnslc, London, England, last yeai Were euccessful. Studio 623 9th SL South. MRS. Wv H. Teacher o! Piano .and Theory.- Pupils pre'parec for the Toronto Conservatory Music exams if desired. Annua! spring recital. Studio; 123S 5th Ave A, Soiilh. _ _ TEACHBP of voice, piano, and theory.' Pupil: prepared for .Toronto Conservator? exams. For the pat': four years al' pupils trying theso cxania have heel '.successful, two receiving medals' foi highest marks, one in the province the other throughout the Dominion Recitals held Christmas, Easter, anc June. Resumes toachinp Sept. 1st Studio. 414A 5th SI. South. REPAIR WORK I DIAMOND SPIRELLA CORSETIERE BPIBELLA OLD COtD SttVER BOUGHT SERVICE DAY AND N1OHT Phone 1856, Office 401 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride in a McLaughlin- Special. It coits no more. EddTc Berger, Prop. GUNSSIITHS ft barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gnu work done, by i gunsmith, keys mads, locks repaired, bicycles, lypowrlters, 'phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn inowors ibitrpened.; D. E. Macdonaid. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 6th Street, opposite .Herald. office. ELECTRIC Electric Light and Power Phone 1332 A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Drnyfng _ THE CITY TRANSFER I j. KERR" i 'Phones: Office 1143; Rei. 683 203-2G s PCI DfCIIIK btl ntoULIo Farmers" When In of any TRACTOR Repaln It will be to your Inter- est to try U3. We bare an up-to-date Shop and erar'oy only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In prlca ond workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrouhd, and flllert with oter-alzo jilstons and rings. N1VEN 216 1st Ave. 8. BROS. Phona 1732 Carney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT 3S6 Metal ACCESSORIEB Mra. Farter, 1816 7th'Aver N: Phone 1112. OXT-ACETYLBNH WBLDINO W. N. KUTH, Corner 1st Are.'and iota' StrwL GUNSMITHS CLEANERS AND PRES5ER8 THE in French dry cleaning. We are cleaners In .the city. We nsa genuine Frfinrh system. ers tvery asot and eliminates .pos- sible Injnry to garments, giving high class results. Special attention' u StreeLSonUv .Phone 1812. Collect ,-.nd deliver, LEE WING, TilE pressing, and repairing. work, at lowest nririvi. Deliyerj flee. 119 7th St. S. Phone 1019. ___________. _ 89-C LOO PRESSING Repairing nnd alterations well doni at reasonable prices. sell.foi and deliver goads. 320 7th' St Sonth. Phone 16S8. 6lh Si. S, Farm Lighting a Specialty.' Contractors for Electrical Work en Cardston- Temple. DECOKATINQ WEI.UNOTON tan. Paperhangen Painters Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating mnd Slim Writing. Bstlnatos Blven. The oldest palntert In Lettbridfte. Res. pb6ne 1472: oftlca phone 1752. Sherlock Lfltl- bridge. PBlnTrSg. Decorating and Pbons 690. 611 Sib in o Ayenne South. B. U COPBLAND. E. R. The Pyrani'd Decorating Co. Inter or decorating paperbanglng a spe- claltT. SatWIed cnstomers oitr aim. Phone 1903. 616 12th SL Sonlh. isPTrijAviDS DECORATOR.' Established 1909. Thirty-five years' eiperlerice In Ejter. or and Interior Decorating. S57 llth bt. South. Estimates free. Res, Phon9 UOt PIANO TUNING _ Hopalrer. Hon. O, H. Player-Piano and Organ 20 years' factory experience. ours Cortiflcato M. T. London. England. References to the leading mnslclans of the city. Phono 1168 S27 10th SL 3.' Doris R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER li row open to take on tho work of one or two more Courv Iry Drue Storei. Write for partlcul.vs. 1214 THIRD AVE, SOUTH L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Newt Agtnt WATER can locate water for you. Pnever have failed. Charges reasonable.' T. Davles, 1218 oth Ave. A, South. Phone 1247 Lelhbrldge. Let Andy Do It If yonr anlo or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the '-'know the equipment and the biggest shop. In Alberta li it your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Orln Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrldgs.Unlt, No. 34 Veterans, desirous ot joining the above association, can ob- tain Information anil application forms from thn secretary, L, LEIGH, P. 0. Box No. 6, Leth- bridge. Guaranteed Dattery Service A written with'ail battery repair work.. A com- plito battery electric ser- vice given. I'rlccs arc 1C53. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND ;