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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 18, 195W hKniBHILHjlt IJAlbV HKHAIJJ PAGE THREE; HERE'S A PAGE OF SPECIAL INTEREST HAY and FEED FOR SALE Prompt Deliveries Lowest Prices C. (HcCLSNAGHftN 5th St. S., Let'Kbrldgo Phcne 1695 ai-2fl FOR SAtE OATS AND BARi-EY lluvo :i of tjoui some enous'-i f jr seed.'. Also teed und barley. Writ'.' I'.O. Uos 231, Alta. fr (Continued.) Good hllTsectiou, near Nobleford and Barons, never-Jailing supply of water, windmill, buildings. for five-year period to com- pclenl farmer. Inquire particulars, W. Northaui, 1S14 4tu Ave. X. F. O. HVOE CO. 2nd PhDnc 124A We vare ciigagerl in until the stne-II liours. Both lodges are in splendid condi- tion and muclt interest irt the ivorh. _ 'Mr. and Jlrs. Csawell, uf are rejoicing lirthc birtlt of a ilaueli- ter on Fob. 1st alllrs. Hainea' hosiii- tal. Coleoian. Birthday parties were the rule this week. Lois Tliornas, Lcoira McDonald and Gordon Miller had parties. Mrs. Wni. Hall entertained in honor of -Mrs. McLean, of N6va Scotia, cu Tuesday afternoon. S. Q. E, jfeeta in I.O.O.V. hall for Suslness and social Wednesday; social Tourlh Wedr.asdayl of' each 'month. Visiting Presi- dent, G, W. Parsons; secretary, B. Paunch, 67.: CANADIAN PACIFIC NOTICE bold their next meeting at of Mrs. A. Shea! Maaler Cyril Griffiths fined lo his home for the past week] through K. Huiu'k liiib reliirned lifter spending Ih0 in Lcthbrldge. Mr. -Jack Deleaney o' Calgary was a business visitor in town during the v.'uek. Miss Smith of tile consolidated srihool bscn iil for (he past week at her homo. 60 acres broken, fenced. 171.00 per Mrs. Rippon's molher arrived on "T-i Monday morning from Haskatchrwan. ACKES-JIHo from elevator. ,.ol Mr. D. a[ w jn raided In i soed' water. towll OI1 on p0iUjcal business. thD Imiii" i rm ii The continuation couduc.ed tnc Home head; ideal for raised farming; SO acres water right. per acre; liecn cash. ST. VALENTINE'S DAY PARTIES AT NEW DAYTON (Krtun O'.rr Corresnomk-nt) NEW DAYT.ON, Foil. Valen- tine parly was given by Roy Drake and Clarence Knnnp at the home of Scott. The Ilfty-six invllcd guests spent a very enjoyable, even- log'in dancing and giimcs. A short program was rendered by Mr. Me- Kelvy. principal of New Dayton school apd the pupils, nlso Miss Cunningham of Stirling. daiuly lunch waa serv- ed by Ihe hostess. The guests on leaving expressed their appreciation of their delightful Mrs. Sliiuman ot I-ethbrldge Is the.week-end the Gnost ot Ircr rlanshlor, Mrs. C. McKoivy. Tlic pmiils of New Dayton school liclil a. Valentino parly Friday afler- nooti. ,V nine prosr.im given by Ihe sainn very nice Valentines were mado. The school room was decorated, A nice lunch was sm-efl nfler the prosram. land. iicrcs irrigated HAHI11S-NOBLI-: LAND CO., Sherlock Block. Phone 1SS8. ACRES- GOVT LEASED LAND DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKER Of ill hinds doue. First-class and prices reasonable. Mrs. Clara, Harris, Roam 5, Alberta Loan Block. 3S-6 SPIRELLA The Canadian Pacific Railway Coin- will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next Session for an Act authorizing it lo construct the ing line oE SPIRELLA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parker, 1816 7th Ave. N. Phone 1122. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH K and June B. you oro acu want to regain heaUh. t chiropractic is'.nai adjUHtmentj and get Office. 205 Sherlock Bid? Hours: 0.30 lo 12 and 1.30 li) 6- Kven Ings by appointment. Phones Office. 1677. Residence. H41. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND lock Bldg. Phone 701. Oifice hours 10 to 4. Saturday: 10 lo 1. PIANO TUNING DR. EAR, Era, NOSH ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Nag, Ot- flee hours evenlnu, 7.30 to S.30 p.m. PUoncs: 341; resirence, 693. OIL P. W. ami surgeon. Office. Shepard Block, opposite Slarland Theatre, rooms a lo 4. Office Hours: 11 lo 12 l.S'J lo 3.30 p.m. anil 7 to S.30 p.m.'- Phones: Office 780; residence 41S; Sth St. S. Phone. 1494. _________ DR. EAR, ana Throat SpeoiallsL Special tenllcn to Nose and Tonsil Glasses accurately fitted. Hlgla-i hotham Block, Lethbrldge. Phonm: Office 1630; house 4SO. DR. J. J. A. 1st for diseases of Eyea, Bar, Throat and Skin. New Ei-studcnt Paris. London, Berlin. Vienna, Budapest Hours: 9 to It a.m.; 2 to 6 p.m., and 7 to 9 Union Bant Building. Phone 17M. DK. J. S. GEOM and Accoucheur. Oliver Block. Office lours: J.30-4.30; 7-S.30. Office phone-m. Residence 1S5C Slith Ave. Besldence phone j37. DR. J. E. i-OVBRINOrPhyslclan Surgeon. X-Ray.equipment residence, .812.''3rd Ave. 'South.- Hours: 11 to )2, 1 to 3, 7 'to day and night, 1242. OSTEOPATH .C UNDERTAKING T. S. PUN- director anil licensed embalm er, motor or horse driven Parlors opposite Court Houao. Of fice. phona 5G1. rcsidcjce 11S6. Open day iiud night. BAKERY From a point on the Crows Nest UD011 raado on hom< Subdivision at or near Ktpp in Tvrp. principles Kirkdytt Co., Range 22, West of Ibe -ilh M j Ave. aPhone _ S 9. Ihence in an Easterly and North East- i erly direction co u point on the Suf- field-Dlackie Branch at or near Hc-tlaw Twp. 13. Range 17, West of the. Jlli II sll in Ili3 Province ct Al- btrta. Anil to nultiortae i! to iEaiic Bonds j in respect thereof to ttie amuii'.st of] Forty Thiniaanii Oollara per milo or in Hen of "ic'n Honds lo issue Consolidated Debcntuis Slocli lo Ihe amount. I Dated at Montreal ihls 2-Sth ICRKBY A HlGH-CLAriS ery, for oaetry that you can depend belnc raadti on home-made j n 5ra G. H. Flayer-Piano Rnd Organ Repalror; 10 years' faclory eiporlance. Hoo OITS Ccrtilicala M.T. ABIB., Lir.tfotU hheland. References to the leading rnusicfnon of thu Phono. 627 10lh SL_S.__-_ I', VIAVI OR. i. E. HORNINQ OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Hour. 10-12; 24, and b; appointment. Phone 19M. fAVI A liOMU women's dfsoasea aotf nervous di3- orders jnr 25 yemrs. Lit craturb on requesL Mr.i. A. Liagard. VtA 7tb SL S. Phoie 1712. P.O. Box 8M Phone 111! January, 1920. K. ALEXAXUliH. Secretary. Pringlo, Thompson. Uurgess Cote. i CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 6-8 Acadian Building 612 Third Avenuj (South) GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Lethbrldge Day and i Evening. School. ELcrtband. Typewriting, BookkeepJos and all Commercial Subjects. I Office Phone 1315. Residence Phone of Principal '1631, j Write for Full Information.___ I PRIVATE HOSPITALS Ottawa Agents. Ad R F. H. W1LKINS; SIGHT SPECIALIST by Messrs. D. Davidson. J. O.'C. Mc- Donald and C. Ushurst anil Jliss Mac- kay are filling a felt need. Quite n number will go up for examination'in Ihe spring for manager, pit boss and fire boss papers. llackny has a most iuterestedj class, -who are struggling with English language. The trustees of Ihe sciiool board arc walling anxiously for the first signs of aprlng, lo begin on the new curling rink next week when the Ir.ilics break into the game.-. 'FLU EPIDEMIC AT I5ELLEVUE; DOCTOKS ILL About seven years to run. ns sheep shccd. with concrete door. 27 x SO, and seven other sheds; small 1101130, and other improvements; Milk Jliver running through and located west ami quite close lo Milk iilver station. This is for Immediiito and wo can offer tliis at a stiap. LAND ACIBSCV, Wh SI. So, 0 school In West Coleman. the Fitted out mated cost of which Is Chaa. Dunlop entertained IRRIGATED QUARTER AT JJAiKJAIN Improved Irrigable farm, close' to city, 50 ncres aKalfa, 00 ncrcs stubblo, 20 acres pasture, ditches and reservoir built, house, barn, granaries, six horses, thrco sett) doublo harness, three wagons, ami full lino (arm ma- chinery; good winder pasture, with plenty of water. At JU2.60 per acre; cash, balance seven equal an- nual payments. Immediate posses- sion. n. v. GinnoMs, Stafford Block. honor of Miss Alice Deck on. Saturday evening. Everyone; is glad to sec Heck back amongst us again. Mrs. Graham returned on Sunday froiii the Women's Auxiliary meeting held in Calgary. Great preparation is being made for tho Year dance to bn held on Friday evening. Xecdless to_ say, the young ladies arc the moving factors in affairs. Mrs. Robert King gavo a tea in WE OFFER 75 CARS CHOICE OAT BUNDLES I'OK rUO.MPT DKMVBIIY AT l.OWKST PRICKS. CONZET COMPANY AVENUE S. honor of Jlrs. McLean, who is visiting her brother, Mr. J. 0. C. McDonald, on Wednesday afternoon. Maelcod hockeylsts travelled to Coleman on Thursday morning's train and played Coleman .seniors at night. It wa.i a great game, full of thrills. Slit-man hockey was Irfeil for the first limo on local ice nnd proved a suc- cess. It Is faster and gives more room on a email eheet of Ice. There was a large crowd to see "our boys" trim the Maelcod aggregallon lo Cie tune of 13 lo 3. your best lenm! Great Interest was shown in Ihe curling game of Mcliurney vs. Oui- 'rnelto. Tho McFluniay rink had gone through the McQIlllvray Clip lion without a defeat, but one or two rinks were only one down, so hoped for another chance. j Skip OulmetU was there with the goods; his whole rink played In cham- [plonshlp and came out ot Ihe the victor's 12, 'McRurney S, PHONE'1215. Something Is W doing al the j Our Own Corrt'iJWltn BBU.BVUK. Feb. .Vrthur arrived In camp from couver Saturday night on a visit to her daughter who is on Iho leaching staff ot the ijcllevue school. Tho Valentino social in the Method- ist church on Friday night was a grand success, about one hundred being in attendance. Tlic Ilcv. Pclers left cump on -Mon- day night to altend the I.O.O.I''. grnnd lodge mcetiiiE for tho ncxl tow days. There-is quite a lot of 'flu around camp nnd the health board have clos- ed nil the pnhlic places :is a preven- tion against the 'ilu. Tha two do- lors, Drs. IJcaman and Dayton are down with the 'flu: There Is in Ihe' vicinity of 150 cases in camp present. Tho JlcCutcheon IJros. hp.ve been successful In getting one section of Iho Vets hall put in position on Iho site. DEO- rators. and Pilnters. Oenernl nml Sign Esllaialt-'BlTen Tire nldeEt established palnterg In j l.ethiirtdse Res. phone oHI phone Sherlock u Alherll. NECUilA Inn and Papsrnangb-. Phona 8' en sib Are. a. n E. L. COPELAND. E. R. KENT; The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- tor itncoralhiB nnd paperhanging a spe- cially. Ralislicd customers our aim Phono 516 12th St. South. OUNSMiTHS Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 GUNSMITHS k barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, guo work dODa by a gunsmith keys made, lodes repaired, bloycloi. typewriters, phonographs, any Ifght machinery repaired, lawn mowers thaipcncd. D. 15. Jlacdonnld. Indian Molocyclo Agonl. Phono 1032. CIO Street, Herald Office. TRANSFER Ti-.h'i'AN HAAtiLBM PRIVATE HOS- pllal. 122i 7th ATO. S., Lethbridga, Phone 746. Accommodation for sunN gical. medical and maternity pa'.- lents. Private and semi-private rooms. Ralei 5 30. CD soil 135.00 a week. Write Jor Inlorma- tlon to Mra. M. E. Van ITaarlehu enperintendent. THE- MAXWEIi- PIUVATE HOSPf 528 5lh St. S. Phone C39. For !Prms snd information apply llrs. H. MUSIC Gco. Knowles, jr., met with n slight accident at tho mfno on Friday and is now doing very nicely under his mother's care. U. S. SENATE DISCUSSES CANADA'S LEAGUE STATUS Tractor Cylinders Reground We specialize In regrinding gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo havo In filock nt prcser.l oversize for all popular itiakca of gas Iniclors. Aulo Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 VKTKHANS' ory. proprlelor. Light and heavy draying. Furniture removed. Coal and wood delivered, cod 1317 isi Avo. N.. Ulburldca WASWJNOTON, Feh, attitude toward the- senate treaty res- ervation affecting the plural vote of the Hritish Empire and tha self-gov- erning dominions on Ihe council on the league nt nation? figured In the de- bate In tho fienato on the which.opened today. Senator McCnmber, Republican, North Dakota, n leader among ttio treaty's'Republican friends, said Can. 'nda was not Inclined lo lake this res- ervation in good part, and there ,was Htllo feor that the British votes cast en bloc In any case.' PRAYING Of AD Kind. WesternTransferCo, Limited P. Shedt PHONES Offlca lilt ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Llfht and Coniracton 133) firm Llchtlng t Sptclirtr Conlrtcton lor. Work MISS AlLliBN M. Plauolono flaying and Theory; pupils entered for tho examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Uusie, London, England, last year were tnccessfnL Studio, 914 Street South. U ot piano harmony and theory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils trained for Consorrntory examinations :if d-. tired. Stndio, 1238 6th Ave. A. H, (formerly 1226 Jilh_ Ave. A. jj.) H. V O Teach ef of Voice, Piano and Theory, Pupilj prepared for Toronto Conservatory exams. This year's list onows Ihrea oblalnlng a eleven live "Hrst class one pupil tho "Silver medal" for lilgbcsl masks in her grado for the Dominion, lie- cilala Iicld Chrlslmas. Easier and _June. Studio, 6ttl St. 3. CLEANING AND DYEING French Dry Cleaning. Our proceo eliminates danger of Injury to gar- ments. Only Iho highest class work turned out. No .dyeing. Immeillati attention is Given to country orders, 324 Clh Street South. Phono 1812. LCO Itcpaliing and nlloraliono well dona at reasonable prices. Wo call fof and deliver goods 410 Ctb Slroji _South. 1'hono 1S38. double silver medallsl, tcaclief pianoforte, violin, thcorj-, snd har- mony. Studio, 1009 1st Ave. 55 3G Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Largo or Small Consignments WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; nfter 6 p.m., 'Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D., C.H. Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist Hew R Burnt Building, corner ttk An, tnd Phones; Oftlcs, M2J4I; Bain, ;