Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, FEBKUAHY THE UjTHHRTTVTl PATTY MOB trans NOW ISTHET1ME TO GET RID Of YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COUPS AND REAP THE BENEFIT MAPLE LEAFS CLAIM RIGHT TO REPRESENT SASK. FOR ALLAN CUP ALBERTA CHALLENGES FOR ALLAN CUP MOOSE JAW, Feb. f o r'rcssl-Accordlng to .B.mcl.l t from Winnipeg, which come from authentic sources, the Moose Leafa are today the only hockey %am In Saskatchewan which is elig- to challenge for Allan cup, VMch is emblematic the amateur ot tkc Dominion. This Is the result ot the game which was ylayixi last night in Saskatoon be- tween the Iteiiiua Vies and the The reports from the Manitoba cap. ttal are to the effect that'J. K. Sterl- ing, president ot the Canadian Am- atuur Hockey association, tas em- phatically stated that he was not go- ing beyond hin province when he sus- pended the two ex-Falcon men. Wheo tho Vies ignored his ordur and played against the Crescents last night they considered ineligible play in Allan cup games. CANADIAN SKATERS AT SARANAC LAKE FOR BIG INTERNATIONAL EVENTS SARANAC LAKE, N. Y., Feb. Seventy of the host skatars ot Cin- and the United States were gath- here today for the opening of Ike annual amateur international skating championships which Continue through Thursday. Among the entrants were Russell Wheeler, who won the Canadian cham- pionship at Montreal last week, Charles Jewstraw of Lake Placid, N.Y., ruuner-up in the Canadian title Charlea Gorman or New Bruns- wick and Goodman of Winnipeg. ENORMOUS DEMAND FOR TENNIS TOURNEY SEATS LONDON, Feb. records have teen broken by the applications for fur next summer's world lawn' tennis chairiplonslups at Wimbledon. Over 10.000 applications for Beats cave been received but as there is only accommodation for the will be balloted for. Each ticket costs sixty-three shillings. EXPECT RESULTS OP MAIL VOTE SHORTLY H. A. has received a challenge for tho Allan c.up from British Columbia, Alberta, Suskatche- wan, Thunder Bay 0. H. A. and Ottawa and district. TY COBB PAY IN DETROIT DETROIT, Feo. belong- ed to Ty Coba today. .Tha Georgian returned to the centre of a lull day of ceremonies In celebration of his appointment ai manager of the Tigers. A large niimbor of baseball fans met him upoa. his arrival this morn- ing and it was to ba one testimonial gathering after another until tonight when the program ends with a huge banquet by civic leaders and local baseball men. Nearly 800 hare re- kervMl plates tor the affair. TO GET DOCTOR Either That a Proposition Put Before Warner U. P. A. HOPPE WINS MONTREAIj, Feb. Hoppe, world's champion IS.3 balk line fcilliardist gave an 'interesting exhibi- tion at the National A. A. club here U3t night, Hoppe played against Charles Peterson of St. Louis, Mo., defeating him by 400 to 233 at balk Mno billiards. POPULAR .MAGRATH COUPLE MARRIED (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH, JaD. A wedding of In'orost to Magrath people ia that of James L. Mercer, ot Magrath and Ella Coombs, of Cardston. The mar- riage took place on Monday evening, January 24th, at the home of the bride's parents in Cardston. Members of the Immediate families were pres- ent. Miss Coombs has occupied tha position as stenographer in the Bank of Montreal here for some time. On Thursday evening a party was given In honor of the happy couple at the home of the groom's mother. A largo crowd of friends were present and the couple .were the recipients' of beautiful and- useful gifts. Mr. WINNIPEG, Feb. of the mail vote now being taken as to and Mrs. Mercer will make their home whether President Sterling of the SDrinS Coulee Mr Mercer Canadian Amateur Hockey assoeia- haa charBe tne Alberta Paciflc Graln tion, has power to make rulings is Elevator; expected In a tew days, it was an- The oyster supper given by tho Bounced today Women a Institute on Monday even- ing was a success, but not as well pat- FOURTEEN RINKS STILL ronized as should have been. This was UNDEFEATED IN REOINA for ,a an.d charge _____ worked hard to make tho affair a sue- REGINA, Feb. 2.-V7her, the cess. The proceeds ot this affair goes draw was completed this morning 14 the treasury for community use. rinks were still undefeated. Eight of TJ18 had a Bum of money a these wsre from Regina and six from Bnort holding m reserve to outside points. The hitherto undefeat- use the children s play grounds for ed rinks .which went down this morn- more equipment m the spring. This Ins were Brooks, Abernethy, Dr. was "sed a short Burns, Rouleau, Richardson and tar bana instruments to help the Broadview I town band. This left tho treasury en- Play will be started in all four open tfre'y ave beinS made to event's before today's draws are com- replace this amount for the play pleted grounds and other public benefits. _ _ _____I Miss Morris, Lethbridge, and Mr. E. I Cope were those who held the highest score at the whist drive on Monday. x J The Magrath Ward Choir are prac- P. C. H. L. ticing twice a week in preparation for the stake conference to be held i here February 12th and 13th. Also a concert on the evening of the 12th. VANCOUVER, Feb. coast On Friday evening, January 28th, hookey association standings: the regular meeting of the Women's been substantiated, Kehoe was ad- institute was held In the town hall. Mrs. J. E. Anderson, of Raymond, gave .571 a very fine talk on the subject of .538 "How a Woinan Can Conserve Her Health" and "Scientific Household (Prom Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, Jan. interesting meeting of Prairie Union local oi the U. P. A. was held cm Saturday after- noon in the old school house. There was a very good attendance. It would, however, add to interest ot all concerned, if all inch meetings could begin promptly on time. Let everybody cooperate with the officers of tbe TJ. F. A. in making this possible la the future. A pleasing feature was added to the program in the form of several mus- ical numbers which appreciated by all. This part of tho program con- sisted of solos by Mr. Veale, Mr. Aius- lie, with Mrs. Ainslie as accompanist; solo by Miss Ross; duets by the Miss- es Ross and Connor, and Miss Berg and Mrs. Dengis, with Miss Berg ac- companying; Communications regarding seed oats, and the procuring of a doctor for this community were read. The let- ter from officials of the Alberta Med- ical Association intimates that either the promise of a bonus or a cash guar- antee, would have to be made by the people of the community in order to insure that expenses at least of the doctor who might locate, would be forthcoming. The secretary >wae in- structed to write for more particulars in regard to this guarantee or bonus. Mr. McLeod then gave a brief out- line of the sessions of the. Provincial TJ. F. A. Convention. Mr. C. Doenz1 preferred not to add anything, leaving Mr. Connor, the remaining delegate to conclude the report, which he did quite in detail. He referred to the im- pressions of U. F. A. work which he had received, emphasizing the most important features of the work dealt with at the convention, and gave his views as to the prospects the move- ment in the future. Several then local union, and after the singing of the official campaign song, the meeting was ad- journed to meet again on Saturday, February 12th at two p.m. In the 4-15 school house. Mr. Ernest Warren, of Milk River, has been engaged by the Censolidated school board here to teach. Grades VII and VIII. The epidemic of whooping cough which has affected several homes in 4-15 is now on the decline. ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people of your own city and district. Send your ad. to the Herald and you'll be sure of a reader of this work. The "Big-Four Road Days" are here tomorrow in Cardston. All prepara- tions are under way today and it the weather does uot interfere again, the rowu streets are due for a good "going over" before the end of the week. Three half-holidays have been de- clared by the mayor, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons. Ev- erybody boost for Cardston, by flrit fixing up the streets. CARDSTON GENEROUS TO FAMINE SUFFERERS Russian Royalty Laid To Rest in Holy Land bodies of Grand Duchess .Elizabeth of Rus- sia, a sister of the late empress and her maid, have been privately burled in a crypt in the church of St. Mary Magdalene in Gethsemane. The Greek patriarch and bishop otDciated. The church where the entombment took place was built by the mother of Grand Duke Sergius of Russia and was dedicated by the grand duke and his wife. A dispatch from London January 17, said that two bodies, supposed to be those of Grand Duchess Olga, daugh. ter of the former Emperor Nicholas, and her maid, were expected to reach Egypt in a short time on board the British steamer Devanha. On their arrival in Egypt they were to be taken to the holy land for final interment. NOTICE (From Our Own Correspondent) um CARDSTON, Feb. With Others" week was celebrated here last week and an excellent program in all the churches was given in the evening of last Sunday, with special speeches on the subject Near-East Relief Fund. Large collections were received by the various committees in charge Won. Lost. Seattle 8 6 Vancouver........ 7 6 Victoria.......... 5 S GOES TO THE COAST Management." sausage rolls A demonstration of .waa given by Mrs. iBradshaw. I The U. P. A. and U. F. W. A. held 'their meeting on Saturday evening. The delegates reported on the annual convention lately held in Calgary. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tan- i ner, a daughter. Schedule "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pitcher Ernie Shore ot the and formerly star twirler of the Bos- ton Red Sox, goes to the Vernoa club whi'.'O just 1 i completed. PURSUANT to the Order of Hig Honor Judge Jackson, made tile 17th 'nay of January, A.D. 1921, in a cer- tain action wherein. THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY is I Plaintiff and THE FPLGER FARM- ING COMPANY, LIMITED, and LEWIS ALLEN FBLGER are Defend- ants, the following lands and prem Section 31 in Township 8. Range 15, West of the 4th Meridian containing 040 acres more or less: Subject to ths right (to be exercised within Ten (10) years from 1st May 1206) of expropriation of certain por lions as reserved and con- ta'ned in transfer registered as "2495 Excepting thereout all coal and other minerals and the right to work the same, will offered for sale by public auction on the 10th day of February A.D. 1921 at o'clock In the afternoon In front of the Court House In .the Town-of Taber In the Province of Alberta. THERE ARE no Improvements on said property. THE PROPERTY will be offered for sale subject to a reserved hid and subject to any outstanding taxes, rates and assessments levied, rated or as- sessed against said. lauds and other- wise and subject to tho reservations contained In the Grant from the Crown and In the existing Certificate of Title. I TERMS OF 3ALE: 10% in cash at time sale, balance within 30 days with Interest at 8% per annum. FURTHER DIRECTIONS may be" had from the Auctioneer or the un- designed solicitors, SHEPHERD, DUNLOP RICB, Ixjthbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. W. X Porteous, Eio.. Auctioneer. A4Z, CUIN ARO ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS j I I Saxanla...Mch. 7 Saxonia...Apr. 15 Cassandra.Feb. 20 Cassandra.Apr Ij Saiurnia...................Apr. i NEW I Carmania. .Mch. 8 Caronia.. .Mch. 16 K.A.Vic...Mch. 33 Carmania.Apr. 16i NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aq.uttania.Feb. 26 Imperator.Mch. 10 Aquitania.Mch. 22 ..Mauretanla.Apr 7 NEW Saxonia...Mch. 5 Saxonia. ..Apr. 13 NEW LONDON Albania----Feb.8 Albania. ..Mch. 19 NEW (Via Mo- ville) Columbia..Feb. 19 Algeria... Mar. C LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 'ROM R0LES RELATING TO PRIVATE BILLS j n j Potitlons for Private Bills shall be in duplicate and shall he deliveredI to ty Clerk of tho House, not later than the 10th day before the opening day ofthe ,3.ls-. apDlkmtloM for Private Bills, properly the subjact of Legtalation JT the LaflKatM AaMvbly of Alberta within the purview of "The British .North Otf whether for the erection of a bridge, the making 'ramway, tnrnplke road, telegraph or telephone line, con- structlon or improvement of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like worn; tu granting of a right of ferry, the incorporation of any particular .i i "L ?T or M3r lolnt or otherwise for granting ic any individual or Individuals, any exclusivo or peculiar righta or privilege. }otnt or thmK. whlcl1 operation woul.; arfect the rights of property of other parties, or relate to any narticulaf clast "I any amendment of a Ilka to any -squire a notice. and distinctly apecifylng nature appncation, and where the application refers to any pro generally the location of the work, and limed b- P'ioants, such notice to be published, during; fou1 the next preceding notice and the of thf note. Inaerted shall be placed by to the haadTol rtark House whose duty it .hall be to get the aald Bill printed forthwith. Ml. Knrr apjillcant for a Private Bfl! shall "deposit "with" -If prl" of the Mouse, a receipt from fll ivmctal Treanrar for a SUB of two hundred dollars, if the said Bill doe tan VV, and ten dollars additional for each page o'ver thn noar, ud for tbc.pnpoia of this Rule four hundred and fifty sha! ....._- m and_if such Bill not deposited by the timt of two hundred HIV oi too nouae I Sling of the mil with the up to the day of opening. pay BvcrT d.y up to the In addition to the foregoing charges, the applicant jhall nay Iron the tenth day to the twentieth day of the Session for each and every day a further of fifteen dollars. 325. After the expiration of twenty days from the opening .of the HOUSP j amoants, together with an extra penalty nf one hundred dollar? a incorporating a company a receipt from the Registrai PORTLAND, GLASGOW Jassandra. Feb. 18 Cassandra.Mch.30 Full information can be secuied from all agents, or company's office. 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. TO EUROPE ST. Feb. 9; Mar. 16 ........Metagama Feb. 11, Mar. 11, Ap. 7.Em. Britain Feb. 26, Mar. 2li, Apl. 27...Mellta Mar. 3, Apl. 2..........Minnedosa Mar. 5...................Corsican Mar. 24, Apl. 23.......Emp. France Apl. 15 .................Victorian ST. Feb. 18, Apl. 1..........Pretorian Mar. 8, Apl. 14 ...........Sicilian ST. Apl. 18 ..................Tunisian ST. ANTWERP Feb. 22, Apl. 1 ......Scandinavian Apl. IS ..................Corslcan Main SI. Before any petition praying for leave to bring In a bill for the construction of railways, tramways or canals, or for changing the route of canal of any company, already incorporated, In m. .S person or petitioning for such Bills, shall deposit with the Clerk the following documents: 329. A map or plan upon a scale of not lees than one inch to three Wiles showing the location upon which it is intended to construct the proposed work, and showing also the lines uf erlittng or authorized works of a similar character within a radius of thirty mil., from the location of the proposed works ot any part thereof are Intended to be constructed map or plan to be signed by the engineer or other party making the same. Also a goneral description of the nature, extent and proposed char- acter of the contemplated works, and an estimate of the probable cost thereof. 330. All Private Bills for Acts of incorporation of or in amendment 01 fh f, r! shall be drawn in accordance with ln Bil1 "hlch lre to with the Model Bill, shall be inserted between and when revised by SMS? 'n "x whlcl1 Dot Mvtaed and to 332. Any section! of existing Acts which are 1 the before h3int Private Bills for Acts of incorporation shall he so framed s detail. V, be provldJiTty "IT tor any proposed departure from this or for the Introduction o other provisions a. to dalaila a note shall be appended to Indicating the thereof, in which the genenl Act to propoij tr he departed from. WiU whlcli are not franed In accordance with thhTndl .hall be ra-cart proaiotors ,nd reprtatod at thelT.ipeB.7 hefor any paaiee apon the omori ill. aajr condrmtnc any patent or acnmMt'l- pretmted u> a espy of nch or agnaarat no. be al lacked to tt, JOHN R. COWKU, Clerk of the Leclalatln J fMUikJH (Ml wMkmt wil PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTKPATH10 We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 11.00 an on. galway Hair Factory, Cards ton, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE 'Per Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 10th Ave. S., Cor, 14th St. ?REB PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavl Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone 1883. in 8th St. S. 42-26 DR. J. H. OSTKOPATHIO PHTIICIAN Slt-lt-20 Hherlock Bldf. Houn tad by tppolntmcal Panne im PRIVATt NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you no' but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more serkmsly it will affect your future healthAnd efficiency. Bet ter see us for 'a free examintUM. J. M. HENDERSON Can of Wright's Jewelry Stare. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Dth SL S. Opposlta the Empress Phone 1965 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUIEN Snlte 4. Acadla Block. Phone ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeara Block, Phones 711 and 1065. 11-11 OXT-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner list Are. and 10th Street ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contrmctoni Phouo 1332 409 Bth St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty !ontractorn for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1168. 637 10th Street South. s ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining! the above association, can obtain In- formation and application forms from tho secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. THB VAN HAARLKM Private pltal, 1214 7th An. S, Phone 744. Accommodation for tot- flcal, medical and matamtty tlnta. and rooms. Rates HO.00. au) a week. tor taformatlm Mn. M. B. Via Haarlem, tandent. MUSIC MISS AILBEN M. Playlni and Theory. ed for the examinations ut Royal Academy and Royal at Music. London, let far cent, last year mccessfaX MRS. W. H. at Piano and Tbtory. Pupils for the Toronto Couenratory ot Music exanu If desired. recital. Stadto, A Sovth. CLEANERS AND PRE18ER1 THE VALET-Boeelaltot IB French dry cleaning. Wa are oldest cleaner, In tha city. We ON the fenulne Frmch wWeh cor. era every spot and eliminates llble injury to garments, giving high class reralti. Special attention to country work. 324 (th Street Sooth, Phone 1111. Collect aad deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS straightened, guns restock- ed, tun vrork by a gnniraith; made, locks repaired, bicycles, any light machinery repaired; lawa D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Aunt. Phone 1081, Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELUNGTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlnv, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters tn Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alberta. X Decorating and Paperhamrlng. Phone Ill gth Avenue South. 117.0 B. L. H. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO, Interior Decorating and Paperhangroc a irrieelalty. Satisfied .our aim. 618 llth Bt South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established Thlrty-tre yean' In Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South tree, Rei. phone 1104 WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost with the belt Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let tell yon about it, or ask someone win has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Ridlator Man <2 4th Ave. S. Behind Grill. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret B. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. 16-26 FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repdra it will be to ypiir Inter- eit to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and; employ only MachlnltU. In price workmanihlp. Tractor Cylinders rafreund, and flttod with plstona and rlnga, NfVEN BROS. til Itl Plwmi 17M. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Imn Afent Doris I. R. CQCCJ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER PEVELUPINO, PMINTINO, rrc. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.