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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PA( IJse Want Ads Because Tliey Kriow They Will Get Results FIVE LOST AND FOUND ;Wheri .Rtplylne Tbc suitcase, between post office St. and 6th Ave. 8. Kinder notify Herald, or phone R410. ____ Cue grey gelding. Branded' on right shoulder. '110.60 rerfard for Information to his recovery. W. 5. 13, H. 22. G. Burnett, 213-lh THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT. OF EUREKA, NO. 65. PUBLIC NOTICE North Lethbridge ind '.cemetery, silver hunting lever r.-atcft. Closed case. Finder please return to J. and A. Johnston, 13th St. receive reward. 221-0 LOST -r Saturday morn Ins, fadr's Mack purse, Between .depot and 126S ind Are. :S., containing cash and maps. Reward for return to above iddrtss. -2210 bay gelding. 10 years old i tar on-head, branded on right I shoulder as-.'cut on right; also branded on _____J right hip as cut on left, at Taber in March. J20.00 for return to Antony louth of .Henderson Park; Lethbridge. '317-fi reward for each Hay gelding, bald white hind !eet.to fetlocks, pounds, sii years, branded on hip HE> cut on _____ liand also' branded I on right __slioulder as cut.on. ....ppedi and shod; lost in October, 191S. Also' black gelding, white strip I dlan Ralph L. DE forehead, snip onnoso upper while hind-feet to'fotlocks; pounds, 12.years old, branded ,R-h on shoulder, last tip. Notify B..K. Hajfell, Coal dale. 214-0 v REWARD Information leading to recovery fit one', bay. gelding, .ulno ye.ars old, weight po'iimls, 'branded on left, thigh as cut PUBUC is hereby given there has been Introduced in the council of the Municipal District of 65, a by-law of which the lawiuf Is a short synopsis: A UV-LAW TO PROVIDE TOR THE RESTRAINING OFiANlMAlS AT iARGE WITHIN: THE" SAID MONICIPAL..DISTH1CT 1. Ssctkm 1 contains definitions ot the following .words as useJ In the By- Law, namely, "lawful "pound the' de- finition of a "lawful fence" being given as follow s i The expression lawful fence' means- any fence declared to lawfnl iy the provisions: of "The Fence Ordinance and also any fence consisting.ot least wires set on posts not over two and one-half rods apart, the irpper wire ielng not less, than thirty nor more than forty Inches from .the and the lower wire not less than eighteen inchea nor. more than twenty-four Inches ground, provided that this' latter': definition shall-not apply to any fence immedi- ateh hurrouuduig stacks ot nay uf grain I 2 Section 2 establishes pounds and poundkeepern as follows No. 1 on the NJ3..K of Sec. 25, Twp. 9, Rng. 13, West of the Fourth Merl No. 2, on the'a.W. H of Sec. 7, Twp. 11, Rng. 14, West of-the Fourth Meri- dian. Clark Sherwood, poundkeeper. No. 3, An the N.E. VI of Sec. 18, Twp; 9, Rng. H, West of tha Fourth dian. Sam" G. Hart, poundkeeper. No 4, ot Royal Collate o( Dental Bur- tcoBS. Toronto. S-rty eqaJpmeat. Office: Rooms 5 to 7. Brjaa Phone 1071. 1SJ-0 on right, branded on right, of Purple Springs Robert Irvine, CvJH thigh asjeiit on per iff xon caughrpllfering'Twlth the iuu.u 'described animal will he .dealt ivith according.to law. Write or phone M. White, New Day- ion, Alta. 222-1 BRAND REGISTER .Lett thigh :of horses. Left'hip of. cattle. "f. Lithrop, 7 -Rylands Block. UM On right shoulder of cattle. On'right aaoulder of horses. yd Dtvinr NUsson. R312, r O On left thigh ct horstB Barons, Alta. 155-26 D Towne Jil vou've anything for sale' Tin the of man you want lo sell it. In fact that's the sort of man I a maa of a day Boea by tha't I doo't sell something. not let me sell yoora? I jron't cent commission. Just a few lines In the classified columns of this paper will line up for you every prospeettTe buyer in this town. Can you reach as many people so short a spacelof time and at so small a cost as I'm Oliver Towne every day in 'the year and jpeonle "all over look to me daily to supply their wants whether It is to sell things, rent houses, sell automobiles, secure a job or sell household furniture. Farns Service Agency Scientific Collection! Coatihseacy inlti. Evtry-lhtfig In accountajicy. Prompt attention. 4 AcwiU Blocfc. 09NTAL Dtt. U T: iradnate University ot X-ray equipment. Office, Room 8 Rylattds Building. Phoue U65. .'w UH. .WILL H. Butcwwr to Dei. Marri and Marrt. Uuan S to 8. Block. 174. Da T. W. GRAI> North WeiUrii Dtttil Jty, Ckloro. Office, 1M; 7S1. Otticw: .Un'oa liM OSTEOPATHI Steamship On left- Uiigh. m 'Hartley; Stirling, Alta. 189-27 On _rlgt; thigh. HarUcy, Stirling, Alta Left thigh horses. Young, Stirling, ilia. Lett rib of cattle. Left, thigh of horses, homaa Judson, Taber, Alta. 217-60 NOTICE city, iiolico of Lethbridge have in-their .possession tw6 suitcases, property of Chas. Zorr, Maslnasin, Milk River, Alta, and Martin Seller- man, Barons, Alta. Owners please call (or same. 222-6 NOTICE Tenders will be received by, the Sup.erlntendent of the Canadian 1'acl- Railway Compaoy at Meilictno Hal, up'to noon, September 7th, for building structure torldgo icroBR Seven Creek, .Medi- cine Ha.t. Work Involves -COO: cuWc I'ards. concrete and cirliia yards ]ry'channel excavation. Plans, specifications and proposal (orma may be obtained at the Ofllcc jf the District Engineer, Calgary, and the Division Knginecr, Jicdlcine Hat J. M. MacAKTHUR, Superintendent, Medicine Hat. 26th, ISM; Ad. X poundkeeper. No 7, N C 14 of Sec 6, in Twp 10, of the Fourth Meridian, lohn Ellington', poundkeeper. No. 8, on the N.B. of Sec. 14, Twp, 8, Rng 13, West ot the Fourth Merl dim William C, Gilbert, pound- keeper 3 Sections 3 to 6 contain specifi- cations lor tKe construction of ponn'dB and manner in which animals are im- pounded." 4. Section 7 Is as follows: "7. No stallion or bull of the agre of one year or upwards, no swine, ihtep or geese and no other animal not the property of a resident shall tie at large within the trict at anytime." 5. 8 Is as follows: "8 No animal shall trespass at any By the definition In Section 1. the word "trespass" means breaking or occupied or cultivated lands or land 'enclosed 'with a legal teace witiilri the 'Municipal district. 6. Section 9 'penalties for the infraction of the- Section 7. 7. Sections 10 to for the leeping-df records goundkeep'- ers and.making returns of such rec- ords to the Secretary-Treasurer of the District Sections 13 .and -14 -provide for the method1 of payment of pound fees 9 Section-15 imposes penalties for impounding animals in places other [ban those authorized by the By-law 10. Sections 16 and 17 provide for temporary' impounding in certain cases., r _ 1L Section 18 provides that owner ot an animal sold by a poundkeeper may redeem same upon payment of all fees to-the purchaser within 45 from the dtite df'salc. Section 19 provides for .two or more proprietor's having one lawful fence as against outsiders 13. Section 20'makes the personln charge-of any .animal liable for any damage caused by such.animal. 14.' Section 21 provides penalties lo which the poundkeeper Is liable in, the cases there mentioned. 15. Section 22 provides penalties for specified offences, 16. Section 23 makes the provisions of "The" Stray Animals 'The entire Animals "The Herd Ordinance" and "The Pound District Ordinance" inoperative with :n the District. 17. Section 24 provides that the By- law shall apply to the whola district and to all animals within the dig- We are now booking POLES RUSSIANS HUNGARIANS ROUMANIANS' CZECHOSLOVAKS AUSTRIAN6 SYRIANS .GERMANS JUGO-SLAVS THE ROSSITER AGENCIES For Full Particulars Phone 1412 Hlglnbotham Block Information tODGES GLASSES make you, good look good. We're not only ftxpert to analys- ing your eye and correcting the defective viilon proper; glasses, but wa also carry all newest'effects' In mounting so ail to lend the utmost ol distlnctlTehcu to your appearance.--' HENDERSON At R. X''vyright's Jewelry Store OL W. O. ot ol DM- tkl Burner. Albwa, Bloec, fcfcow Kan.- 01 BiiKflrti .101 "i i doien OR. J. 8H-18-20 SheSprf11 Hours 10-13, W. ppolni fi In PRIVATE OB, CX M. tnduto.ol.tJit-Ckleatc ot DwUl Hun. to S. Ot Biioaa 3 aad ri KiaproM BJeck toaf dboii aorU o< kaUL Bta. DB. WM. P. CHA1Q, benttst. Oraauaw ol md tormoi inatrucUir in North- Wmlrerilty bcbboS. Chioifo, HI. Otfiou, HlgiabbtttaiB Block. iloiu-i ta J. 3. spsclal- aisg in pyorrhea; equipment. Solto 3, Bryan Block. Hours: 9 to 5. Phnnn 1KKQ fVIAOUCT LODGF, No S3, I O.O.F. ever? Tuesda} Night at Eight q'doct'iri ths OddtellowB' Hall. Cor- 5th; Street and Fourth Avenue S. Uearty welcome extended AJ1 Visitors. Heath, Sec. Phones: Residence 1781, Office 362 A.O.F. NOTtCE Court Star, No. 8035, A. O. Foresters will meet in 1. O.O.F. Hall on Mon- day, Ang 30, at 8 pm This mee.ting takes the place; of regular Tneeting oh Sept. 6, this date being Labor Day All officers, togeth- er with a good number of members, are requested to attend Visitors cor- dially Invited. .Refreshments. 219-3 F.H.WILKINS M BIOHT BPISCiAUar Sonthird'Block. Third Phone Phone 1IST- THE VAN HAARLEM pital, 1J2J 7th ATO. a, Fhone 746. Heal, oedlcsl and I tlents. Prlvat. rooms. Rates t week. Write ipr info'" Mrs, M. E. Van HaarlBn. tenden't. 'eij THE MAXWEJ.L Prlvata Lr.k: aparl- 6th Street South. ;Rly on a For terms and infomatli Berious lira. H. R.- Maxwell. ie- nine HJWO DH. P. W. of of DenUl oral and diaeuu' ot month.- Hours: I- to U' i 'to J.30. t. Ollvir Blyck. Poqne iny' CHIROPRACTORS CLAIRE 'S. DOBLE Te. Piano, Theory and Fletcl Method. Studio will reop the middle ot September.- HYRUM SMITH and JUNE B. SMITH methods are Nature's, own. Free consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12 and by ap- pointment. ''-Room 205, Sherlock B16ck.; Phones 16JT-and 1441: MISS A1LEBN M. Flaying and The pry: pupllt 1 for the eliminations of Academy and R07al Colic. T Music, London. .England, ill were Studio 623 Bonth. -V j. MRS.- W., Tea Piano and_Theory. ?upil3''n.; for the .Toronto Coriserya Music eiams if desired. spring recital: Studio, 1238 A, South! VUVJ ?ULL INFORStATION, also LIteralun given free ngardlng the Vlavt wherety loftorhig women.can veil .without operations. Wn. A.' Ungird, offlce: 7th St South. nto Conserja. al four yesHi'- ei am s hat' ceivins met ST. LEGER BETTING Anr 3i As- EOdited on the St. Leger follows j Orpheus 100 to 15; Black Gauntlet IB to 2; and .'Alder lOfl to 16; Colden to 8, Bralshfield, 100 to 7 f PlNC j DIAMOND SETTER 33i-svsr WATCH REP4ipmc LETHBRIDCE OLD COLO S- SILVER BOUGHT 8PIRELLA COHSETIEHE BPIRELIA' CORSETS YOUNG, A.D.C.M., TEACS pf voice, piano, and .theory. prepared for 'Toronto Conse exalriB. For the pal purfis trying these e .successful, two recei highest marks, one in the pi. the other throughout the Dpi Recitals held Christmas, East: June. Resumes teaching Sei Studio. J14A otll St. South. 'CLEANERS AND PRESSE trict. 18. 'Section 25 repeals ths by-la-w NOTICE Anyone knowing the whereabouts Kiss Margaret Shaver, of t'ais city, please notify her homo Immediately. 219-4 A. G. SPENCE TAXI Phone f 428 Phone DAY AND NIGHT Plene Leave Train Calls Early AMU that a copy of tho said-Dy-Law layAe seen al the following places; Post Office, Grassy Lake, Alberta. Municipal Office, Grassy Al berta. Antonio School Ilouae, PurpV Springs; Alberta.; Purple Springs School House, Pur pie Springs, Alberta. Purple Springs Post Office. Oollett School-House. Marchcsseaull School House. Reliance School House. Golden Prairie School House. Klnnlstnrg Scho.ol House. _, Hudson School House. Sherburne School Hou E e, Feltlg School Honse; Horning Star School Houie. S.W. Corner of Section 27, Township Range 13, West of the 4th 'Mir dian.- 'AND lhat wfthi: thirty days 'from the publication c this Notice at least ten (10) reslden electors.of. lha District petition th council to submit such by-law to .th vote of the resident electors of th District (he council will proceed t pass -the same. ROBERT McLACHLAN, Secretary of the Municipal Disldc No. 65, Wm. Daffy, New York, had a 6or thumb. Carl Kolk shook hands wit him too hard. Kolk was struck his head hit the pavement too liaril, H.8 Is deas, s" C.P.R. Sailings Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept, Sept. Sept. 22 Sept. 25 6ept. 29- TO LIVERPOOL Empress of Empress of-Britain Metaaama Prince Fred. Wm. Corslcan Victorian TO GLASGOW Sept. Sicilian Sept. Pretorlan (Passport application forms' Call or ivrlto for full Infonna- UQU, 0. P. It. Tiuket Offlco i Ticket Ageiit t JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issued' on all other Atlantic Lines. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL K.A. Vic. Sept 11 Caronla ..Sent. 1 Cannania Sert.25 K.A. .Oct. NEW YORK-CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON fmperator Sept. 9 Aqultanla Sept. 22 MaureUnla Sept. 30 Imperator Oct. 7 NEW 1 .via Movllle Columbia ,Sept, 11 Columbia .Oct. S Nov. 6 Cassandra Kept. 11 Salurnla Cassandra .Oct. 16 Saturnfa ,Oct.3p x For full Information apply to any R R, or S. 9. or Company's offlco 3C.OTT BLOCK, WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS ANP FORCINGS OF'ALL DESCRIPTIONS STOCK AND KEEP fl MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STOBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER, SHAfT BEARINGS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 'ARM CLUTCHES And other repairs for Ibe Rumley and other popular ntaiies'ol Steam and Tractors. Vfe have tha beet facilities for -straightening and frueing' Crank 'Shafts, Re- UoriPB Cylinders, and dolng'oth- cr machlno .work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITEO. CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY 'AND; NIGHT Pt-one 1356, Office 3ra-Ave. 8, Letnbrldje, Alberta .nSue In MeLaujhlln .Sptclil. -II Prop. ACCESSORIES F. A. Parker, 7th ATO. N. _ 111! O3CT-ACETTLENH WEtDtNO Comer lit Ave. and Stixt, GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS 4 barrels .g'ins restock- ed, gnn work i keys made, locks 'repaired, bicycles, typewriters.' phonographs; any lljiit znachlnery 'Ma'wn mpwera fhprpe'ned. D.E: Hicdonjld, Indian Akent. 'Phone 1032; Street! Herald bfflce. THE II dry cleaning. We are the clocners. In the city. We n't': genuine Frenrh system. -whlcK ers every spot and eliminated; ilble inJuryrtoearmint'VSlTfcj. elaes results. Special attentli-- country work. 324 6th Street S Phone 1812. Collect and delive' THE pressing, and repalrtng. HIgtfc at lowest, nrlces.. free. .119 7th St. S.- Phone; 1 LOO S A PRESS Repairing and alterations well i 1 at reasonable prices.- We sell 820 South. Phone.15S8. A.B.G, TAXI SUCCESSORS'TO :L TAXI ELECIRiC SUPPLIES. El.ectrle..Light -'Contractor! Phona 133J.' for .Eertrfcal Work" cm Card'ton -Temple. DECORMTINQ AUTO TRUCK Light anil Heavy IJraylns' THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR Phones: Office 1143; Res, 683 -'203-26 GRAIN TANKS AND WAGONS 'TO SUIT THEM TODAY SELL YOUR AVHEAT through the UNITED; DRAIN GROWERS For full Information and daily write, phone or Farm Prtdncti Ltd. W. A, Hamilton, Manager Coildile Hay Growers and Shippers Farmers In need of uny.TRACTOn It wilt to your tit to try US, We hnvo an up-to-date Shop and employ only first Satisfaction In and worlrmanaclp. Tractor, Cylinders regronnd, with over-slie pittoaj and N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Phone 1732 WELLINGTON ton. and 'Painters, i and Tie olfleit established. In Res., PSOTB" li7 J: Bherloci'; Doris I. R. Gbcc -COMMERCIAL'. PHOTOGhAPHER new open to Uks on