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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, THE USTHBK'nJRB DAILY HERALD PAGE THRES NOW ISTHETMTOGETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP HIE BENEFIT (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, Fob. J. H. Walsh was a visitor in Lcthbrldge on Friday, Feb. 4th. Mr. Walter Harris was a visitor In Lcthbridgo on Friday and Saturday ol last week. Mrs. N. C. Dunning hostess at afternoon tea on Friday, Feb. 4th when a dozen or more ladle! gathered for a littlo social time over a tup of tea. The Oddfellows held a social even- Ing in the hall on Friday evening. A .Rrcat number gathered and n good time was enjoyed by all. At the last meeting of the 17. F. A., Wilson aud Mr. J. Stuart re- ported on the convention held in Ed- monton. Those reports were much interest to the farmers present. The next meeting will be held in the rest room on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 12th. The school reports for the month January arc of considerable interest. Inferring that tho pupils are all doing good -work in the various grades. Mrs, Wilfred Russell was a visitor iu town last week, having returned from her winter trip to the coast. Mr. J. R.. McKay was a visitor In Lethbridge over the week-end. LAST YFAR Over 450 Birds of the Prize Winners (By a Staff Reporter) VULCAN, 'Feb. second an- nual poultry show of the Vulcan Poultry aud pot Stock association is now history. With fifty-seven exhib- itors ami ever four hundred ami fifty exhibits, superb spring-like weather :iml ;i splendid patronage, the show was a huge success. Last year there '0 only i'00 birds entered. This year that number has been more than doubled. This is a healthy growth, and is due SCHOOL AFFAIRS IN BAD WAY; ANNUAL MEETING SHOWS THIS (From Our Own Correspondent) 'MANYBERRIES, Fob. an- nual school meeting was held on the I 15th ult. It unfortunately developed j that thu board was not able to ad- just the records of the previous years or at least had not done so. It also appeared that the minutes of the last i preceding annual meeting had been reported to the department in .1 gross- ly inaccurate way. Mr. H. G. Eugle- kiug, apparently without giving any reason, resigned from the hoard. This could only bo regarded as a real loss} chietly lo the tireless, work of the j to the district. Mr. J. J. Evenson was directors coupled with the patriotic I elected to succeed him. response from the people of the town and district. Tiie show was a complete surprise to Tho Herald tive, who has seen a great many shows. The Vulcan show was one ot the nicest, most interesting and nio'st capably managed he has witnessed outside ot leading city shows. Judges Pleased The judges, when interviewed by T-' wore quick to express visitor in Nobleford on Wednesday. I their gratification with the Vulcan Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Luchia of Nohle-l The M. Y. P. club are sure enliven- ing the social life of the town. This represents week they surprised Mrs. Burr. Aud 'after the business meeting was over; a real jolly time is reported by all.1 True, the crowd seemed to be almost too greai. But even that usually addrt to the event. I P. M. Dejorrfan and son Francis aro Lethbridga for a week. Most their time will be taken up with Dr. i 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 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches Sl.DO an Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPiRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. FUIOK PERSONAL, INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Le.thbridgo Viavl -Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone Sth til. S. 42-2G Fox. We understand Mr. Drake will Joseph Shacklelon of Edmonton i spend a short time at his home in Vim- I better known among western poultry I couvor. We sure hope he will have The Ladles Aid held their regular' mon ot Us Peasant weather as what he left. meeting in the church on Tuesday government poultry plant, afternoon at 5 o clock. Mrs. J. II. tlle shmv. ,vaa thc largcst that But we "hae our doots." What promisee to be the enter- A. Toronto dealer ivho had to pay S1IJ a ton for Pennsylvania coke a month ago, was quoted a price of delivered on his siding, on Saturday. LI1B tillim lilt JUlgL'SL LOWU SHOW w TVelsh was n charge and the business ln the proTinco. ..The quality ot ever given in this country PI S wjlh! birda on the whole was very good, es- ivfil soon be under i whereby the ladies hope io dec-1 orato the church. Already one- or two men have been interviewed on thc i matter. The choral society held their con- cert on Thursday night, Feb. 10th. The society Is undtr the teaching and able leadership of Miss E. Strote of tho Conservatory Of Music of Lethbridgo. Miss Strote in her opening address pecialiy the White Wyandottes and Barred Rocks. It was a happy sur- prise to me. It is certainly a credit to Vulcan and district." Two Days'" Show P. J. Timms of Calgary, secretary of the 'Alberta Poultry association, the second judge, pointed out that a two-days' show was needed in Vulcan. One day did not do the show justice. He said, "I am surely delighted with tho show. The big stride ahead on will be presented on tho )5th InstJ ls always safe to send a Domln- Miss Nickawa, tho famous1'011 Express Money Order. .Five dol Cree elocutionist, haa been secured tori !ars costs three cents, tho occasion. Mrs. Roberts has also consented to assist. Miss Duncan can- not be too warmly congratulated for securing and bringing to us such tal ent. The O. W. V. A. will hold a dance immediately following the artis- tic program. Mrs. Mereska and daughter are ex- pected to arrive from Austria this month. The C. P. R. 4as laid off even the TO AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THK ESTATE OF THOMAS TURNER, DECEASED the three modes in music quoted Hus- kin who said "The greatest thing a human soul can do is to see some-1 last.year's show is encouraging. The section foreman here. thing. Miss Strote thought the juality of birds has also improved. I Mr. Charles HuB of Pendant d'Or- of Thomas Turner, late of the City of greatest thing a human soul can do is i e disqualified ,far less birds this cnie, Wna transacting business in the, Lethbridgo in tho Province of Alberta to "feel something." She thought that' year. The Rhode Island Reds, and Leg- I reason and feeling go together. One I horns arc better. The Wyandottes 'arc NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate first thinks it out, then appreciates it. beautiful.' Tn the atmosphere of music oue some- times finds it hard to keep your feet on the ground, and at the same time have our head in the clouds. The speaker thought that words were empty in extremes, for we cannot properly eipress our feelings in music. "Music expresses the soul." The Winners Mrs. J. A. Lindsay's White Wyan- dotto hen, a very superior type --of Bank of Commerce this week. who died on or about the 2Sth day of Mr. Pacey was a business visitor to October, A.D.- 1920, are required" town this week. Mr. Gee is expected to return from Calgary on tho next train. to file with THE BRITISH CANADIAN' TRUST COMPANY. Conyheare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, by the 23rd day Mr. J. H. Wallace uses his motor! of February, A.D. 1921, a full statc- bird, captured the grand i stakes. She was adjudged the best ranch, bird in the show, winning the Jacques Mrs. Lindsay also won the ch.ll- Ilatotho ]enge shield for best display. This great philosopher wished to thorough- {am.iei. also captured the Dank of Iy master music in three years. Miss Hamilton cup lor best cockerel and sweep-; regularly when coming in trom the. mcnt duly verified of their claims, and PART TIME SHIFTS any securities held by them, and that after that date the Administrate LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51. Beginners classes have been organ- ized in all of the city schools, children 5 1-2 years of age, are eligible for ad- mission to the Kindergarten primary classes of Central and Westminster and those G years of age to the prim- ary grades of Galbraith and Hardieville. Parents desirous of having their children admitted to these classes are urged to send them at once as the classes will be closed for the term at an early date. J. B. HODGSON. Superintendent of Schools. is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. Cut bo sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter sea us for a free examinitloi. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Storo. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF I ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT I OF LETHBRIDGE To JOHN BEAN. 1 Formerly of Warner. Alberta. i You arc hereby notified that the I tr And you are will distribute the assets of the said I unless you Hie Canadian Bank of Commerce has com- menced an action asraiust you to re-! cover the sum of being the; amount of principal and interest due' on five certain Promissory Notes j ecuted by you in favor of the said i Canadian Bank of Commerce. OSTKPAT1I1C DK. J. K. IIORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 3H-1S-20 Sherlock Eldg. Hours and appointment Phone 1989 PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'MS VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1221 7th Ave. S., Letbbrldge; Phono 746. Accommodation for sur. gleal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Eatts J30.00, and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E, Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy Iloyal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory et Music eiamn if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Sth Are A_South. CLEANERS AND PRE88ERS THE in French dry cleaning. We are tho oldest cleaners In the city. We use the genuine French system, -which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- Blole injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 Sth Street South Phone 1812. Collect and deliver further notiflad that the office of the fitroto felt it inconceivable to eipect individual to master music in three tho prizo for the best pen of comuier- years. Plato studied music, for tho health of his soul. Miss Stroto went on to show that in the eighteenth cen- tury the music studied in England was more or less emotional. Today it touches mind and heard Russia with bcst W6nt to E L_ Do-no all its sorrow and depression is cheered by music. Almost every night the concert halls are full of persons aniious to hear that which charms and encourages. Misa Stroto felt there DETHO1T, tcrnating shifts that will enable p: tically all married employees of the Ford Motor company to work part time trlct- until the plant resumes normal opera- The P. Burns' cup was won by E. J., tions, has been made. Ths shift Charters with bis prize-winning pen ployed now, comprising about IN THE FORD PLANT' Ceased among the parties entitled I Clerk of the Supreme Court at Leth- r, Feb. ll.-A plan of al- bridge' Alberto' imtl aGlivcr a Delencc that will eLble prac-'. on or before the cial birds raised the Vulcan dls-. of Parred Hocks. The Bank of Commerce cup for the were two groups of classes into which the study could be divided. Modes contrasted in people and in countries. There was the dull mode, as if it were raining outside. The speaker gave us an illustration ot tills much to the interest of the audience. Then there was the cheerful, hop, skip and Mrs. Lindsay was also awarded tho prize for the best pen at the show. Wyandottes Lead The White Wyandotts display was without doubt one of the best in the province. In tho Lindsay birds that carried off the honors at tho Calgary show. F. Nicholson and F. A. Kashlow also "were winners in tho Wyandotte classes, also Mrs. D.' men. will be succeeded next week by another shift of equal size. Send a Dominion Express Money Order. They arc payable everywhere. CONYBEAR'E, 'CHURCH I DAVIDSON Barristers, Solicitors, Solicitors for the Administrator Lethbridge, Alberta. Ad ISth day of March, A. D. 1921, judg- ment may bo entered against you by th Canadian Bank of Commerce with out further notice. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP RICE Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for tho Plaintiff heroin February 10th, 1921. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L. J. S. C. Ad O F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Sth St. S. Opposita the Empress Phone Residence Phone 1DS7 n McPherson's Black Wyandottes. In tlm Rhode Island Reds D. T. Doane was the chief exhibitor; Buff nnint ot I Orpingtons, Mrs. Pinckh, 13. E. Me- an illustration Intosh, and Cecil Rhodes, Champion. Strote also gave, Mra. j. w. Hunter and E. J. Charter f riraant'C' the were chief winners in the Barred i and in the A' R- out the speaker thought much of soul contained in it. Three group Other items, were: songs by Mrs. Iverson were much ap- rttt8 b Kitto. In the fancy birds, cochins, ban tarns, Hamburss, etc., P. A. Kathlow and M. F. Hill were prominent win- the 'Rippling Sea." The audience was full of appreciation for the program. all feeling it to he an evening of profit and benefit. This function clos- ed by the singing of the National An- them, after which informal dancing Was indulged iu by a number present. Mrs. 8. Pike and baby left on tho noon train Friday, to spend a few days. with friends In Coaldale. CHAMPION CHAT (Special Correspondence 1 CHAMPION, Feb. Mo Is'aughton cup has found a resting place In Vulcan for 11121, Champion's two rinko losing by JO points. The. Moderation League petition lias been circulating here for a few days and about SCO signatures at- tached. Miss Wftlr has severed her connec- tion with the Bank of Commerce, ami a number of her friends gave a sur- prise party in Campbell's hall, when she was presented with a rope ot pearls, nteryone had a jolly lime, dancing until midnight. Miss Niekawa, the Cree elocution- ist, gave an entertainment in Camp- bell's hall, Wednesday evening. The hall was packed nnd the audience wai greatly delighted with (bo perform- ance. At the regular meeting of the East- ern Star, Mrs. Ella Beaubkn- was pre- sented with a. Past Worth'.- Matron's jewel as a token of the kindly feel- ing between the officers and members of, tho chapter during her term of office. Mrs. Fred Aloek has had a severe attack of the hut is on the mend aud It is hoped will he about as usual In u short tirno. Mr. and Mrs. McLean were in Lethbridge Monday, where Mrs. Me- Xean underwent an operation which was successful and her speedy re- covery Is finked forward to by all their friends. clucks some ners. There was a small showing of and turkeys. There N. Jennijolm won in the Longshan classes. His pen was oue of the best at the show. M. F. Hill and E. T. Martin were winners for eggs. There was a good number of eggs entered all large ami attractively shown. Judging was close. In the evening Mr. Shaeldeton, the government judge, addressed a meet- ing in tho 1.0.0.F. hall. Mr. Timms also spoke briefly. This meeting brought the show to a fitting close. To Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lindsay- is due much of the credit for the mag- niiicient success ot the show. They I worked early and late to put it over MAIL CONTRACT SEALED TENDERS, addressed to1 the Postmaster General, will be receiv- ed at Ottawa until noon on Friday, tho ISth day of March, 1921, for tho conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed Contract for four years, six times per week on the route Stir- ling and Stirling Station via Mayhutt, from the Postmaster General's pleas- notices containing further lire next. Printed Information as to conditions of pro- posed Contract may be seen and blank forms of Tender may be obtained at The Post Office of Stirling and May- butt, and at tho office' of tho Post Office Inspector. Lethbridge. FEED H. SMITH. Post OHiee Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, February 4, 1921. Ad L Outside Left? No, but You will be Left Outside if you fail to get in on Herald PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suito 4, Acadia Block. Pbone 1016. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeara Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-il WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KDTH, 1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. and they were not disappointed. The o'nicers directly responsible for the show are Honorary president, Rev. A. E. Hayes; president. D. L. Uoane: vice- presidents. A. II. Kitto, F. M. Ander- son; secretary-treasurer, J. A. Lind- say; directors, Mrs. A. Larson. Messrs. W. Allan, II. Hrown, 13. J. Charters, E. II. 'Pinckh. 10. 0. Gossett. D. C. Jones, F. A Kotbloiv. John Miller, E. B. Mclntosh, 13. G. McPhorson. McCullocli Bros, have had a fine advertisement printed in the shape of a telephone list of the village aud rural district on a card suitable for hanging alongside the telephone. If. makes it very easy to get one's num- ber saving turning up the book; and also relieves tho operator from many a one asking fur the subscribers by name instead of giving (be number." As an elocutionist, Mr. W. William- sou (manager of tbn local telephone office) ranks high and if it was not for the bad shellshociv he surfers from would take bis place among the high salaried professional elocutionists. .Air. Williamson is exeeediiiKly gener- ous iu Rivini- services at" any of tho pulilic and communily nicotine.-j, but it is a very heavy strain on him in ills condition and the calls should not be luo numerous, lln gave the liont." at thn Masonic 'banquet last night in nonuer.'ul stylo. i AUCTION SALE REGISTER WEDNESDAY, FEB. Closing out sale of Mrs. F. a. cattle, machin- ery, anto household goods. On N.W. 6 miles S.W. of Barons. THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out sale of John Net. cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor plows, and household goods. On S.E. 14.20- 11-22, 6 miles N.K. of Noblcford. Jacob Johnson; .estate sale; north of Barorts; early In March, date made known later. Closing-out sale of A, M. Grant, east pf Barons; date sel- ected later. Closing-out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle, and machinery in the village of Barons. Come in and list your stuff you wish to sell. Select your sale dates and get your ad. In this free list. ED. POPHAM v THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. Football Competition A jump this week from to 125.2i is a fair indication of the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. "The More Entries- the Prizes" ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1333 409 Sth St. S. Lethbridjs J Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Tomplo GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS t barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun vorlc done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. -Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. _______.__DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsominlntr, General Decorating and Sign Wfftlng. Estimates given. The oldest established painters Iu Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472- oEcu phone 17B2. Sherlock Bids., Leti- bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. Cll Sth Avenue South. 117.0 B. L. CopelanJ Phone 1903. E. R. Kent Phono 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanging a specialty. Satisfied customers our- aim. 616 12th St. Sooth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Establishes 1909 Thirty-nve years' experience la 'i Exterior and Interior Decorating lltU Street South Estimates free, Res. phone PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certilicate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. (i27 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. Veterans desirous of joininj tho above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box Xo. Lethbridge. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop nnd employ only first-class Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and ringi. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hare your Automo blla Radiator Re-cored the frost comes, with tie but Honey-comb obtainable. Drop In and let us you it, or ask lomeone has They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvtr Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Otiartt Newt Agent fRY A HERALD WAD. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER CEVELUPINO, PRINTING. HOME-PORTRAITURE, ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. TRY A train ;