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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATU11DAV, FEBRUARY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ItERALD PAGE THREE NOWISTHETIMETOGETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT WOULD In (uod In Crows Nest J'asa (or quarter or Victory Bonds. Wflto Jiux 749, Ilur.ild IlulldlllE, Cab _ _ 1- Wli'LTItAiJElor'suiliible aiilimioWiij norno (arm machinery, small tractor. have some notes. Apply Hox Herald. 972 F t-J SALE OI1 "AN gelUnK ready for Kick taking- All organs 'nust go at Ty low price's. Your own terms. It. and them. Mason anil Iliscli, Balmoral Block, Lolh i7 J''O" complete bedroom wetf ono ivory set and out? walnut .set. Brand new. Apply TtU Avo. S. shooting gar- lory equipment. Enquire 412 5th St. south, Lelhbridgo. 600 "DRKAMFIELiroiT Sharedtills ivill possfbly be your last chance to ifet iu on these at the low price. Phono 1070. 957 li'Ort Singer sew" ins machine with motor attached Also ,'EdlJon table phonograph with 24 Both of these In first class to running order Phone lOlti. blacksmith ami j Parents in Barons. Took Advantage of Fine Weath- er to Gather Them Kor Destruction t'From Our Own1 Correepondont) 11AKONS, Feb. and Mrs. W. -I. ShnrwiKxl mid children were vis- flora In February llth. Mry. KMonvoud called then) 'by. sickneHS ot hoi1 mother, Mrs. T. U. Hunter. .Mr. V. C'. Dunning and Mr. were visitors iu Lethbridgo on Friday ot last week. Mrs. McKay, niothcr of J. .1. and ,1. K. McKay, returned to Lethbridge on after spending some days in Karons. Miss Heoze, H.A.. assistant principal of Wavons[ consolidated school, now makes her home with Mrs. J. Paul son. Mr. and Mrs. II, Schledler returuod wen bujy gathering weed! and burn- ion theni. Hla wonhlp, Mayor Fatlldd. U at> tending the diuoral of hit lav, Mr. R. Lake, In Ontario. Mr. Air- field "111 bu absent from town (or Bonio ijsya. Mini M. Strote. o( the Conservatory of music, o( LethbrlUge. was 11 visit'. or in town on Thursday, February 10th. Mr. K. Hodges lia.3 recently imp chasad a car, and now is numbered .with the van drivers for the Barons' consolidated school. TIio band's social evening on Fri- day In the Manhattan hall was a great occasion. A good crowd attended, and a wood time was enjoyed. Mr. Hashaw motored to Lethbridge on Saturday, February 12th, on bus- 'Iness. Mrs. 'A Cutfurth has relumed from the Calgary hospital to her home weBlj of and is now progressing i'av- j orably in health. Her many friends i will bo pleased to receive this good PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS j LtADIES OSTKPATmC Wo make switches, transformations, etc.i from your combings. Switches Jl.OO un oz- Salway Hair Factoi'y, Cardiitou, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 Master Edgar Cooper is on the sick list thia week. We wish for him speedy recovery. j At the Barons' Sunday school last j Sunday mooning a coinmiltec j was appoiifted of two girls and two boys. These persons aro asked to ftiith fully report to the teachers those FREE .PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridgo Viavi Co. Mrs. K. F. Himck. Phono 1888. i iiL'7 Sth SI- S. 42-26 wood-working outfit, so ib. Hammer, 5 h.p. motor, shafting and pulleys, drill, Mr. H. and family have re- turned to their farm north east of duy school. A meeting. was called for Monday forge, tire shrinker. etc. Ave. north. P. A. Harding. 1401 Mrs. N. P. Easmussen left on Satur-1 MATER.XITY NURSIKft FOR Diamond graph, morris chair, Disc two phono- 1 evening at the home of Mrs, A. Freeman iu" the interests of the chor- al society. Mrs. W. C. L. Cooper is now in charge of tho Canadian Girls in j Training work. Ages range from to 12 years for this work. All who wish to join should get in touch with Mrs. Cooper at once, money by I JVJrs. and baby returned Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- I rate room for ladies pending and I during accoucliment. Terms moder- ato. 12th St. X. 56--2G The saCo way to semi ._ _, _. light fixtures, refriKerator. garden'' ma" is Dominion Express Jl'oney from Coaldale on Tuesday, after and several other small articles. Ortiers- I spending some days with- Mrs. (Rev.) Apply B. Kestcr, 809 Gth Ave. S. Phono 1094. restaurant and con- fectionery business, now 'light stock to be taken over. Build- [iog rented. Write P. 0. Boi 165. Bur- 'dett, Alta. FOB Sli volumes each of W VV Jacobs. Horning. 1! L Stev- enson. Richard Harding Davis and V Hopklnson Smith. Three volumes In- ternational Short Stories. All in, Ural class condition. Appy Fatmch, 924 Tenth St. S., or phono 1590. MAIL CONTRACT SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will be receiv- ed at Ottawa until noon the 18th day of March, 1921. tor the 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 Maybutt, from General's pleas- ure next. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed Contract may he seen and blank forms.of Tender may be obtained at The Post Office of May- butt, and at tho office ot tho Post Office Inspector, Lethbridge. FRED II. SMITH, Post Office Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, February 4, 1921. Ad L- TO EUROPE ST. Feb. 27 ___Melita Mar. ylApr. 13'........Minnedosa Mar. 5...................Corsican Mar. 11'Apr. 7 ..'.....Ecip. Britain Mar. 16 .................Metagaina [Apr. 15 Victorian Mar. 22 France ST. Feb. 1 ...........Pretorian ]Apr. M Sicilian ST. Apr. IS ................Tunisian ST. ANTWERP Feb. 22jApr. 1.........Scandinavian {Apr. IB..........Corsican For further particulars apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 364 Main Street, Winnipeg sgpllMfl IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE To JOHN BEAN, Formerly of Warner, Alberta. You are herebV notified that tho Canadian Bank ot Commerce has com- FROM PORTLAND Date. Steamer. _To Feb. Apr. .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX .......Liverpool .Liverpool Apr. .......Liverpool Apr. .Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK nienced an action against you to re- 5e Liverpool cover the sum of being the 'Feb. JC-2eeland ......Plymouth of principal and interest due Kroonland ....Plymouth iftlint of principal on five certain Promissory Kotos ex- ecuted by you in favor of tho said Canadian Bank of Commerce. And you are further notified that; unless you file in the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court at Leth-1 Bridge, Alberta, and deliver a Defence or Demand of Notice on or before the ISth day of A. D. 1921, judg- anent may be entered against you by th Canadian Bank of Commerce out further notice. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP RICH, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff herein. February 10th, 1921. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L. J. S. .C. Ad O r. ......Southampton Finland 4 Apr. 2 Lapland Apr. "Plymouth .Plymouth Celtic Liverpool Apr. 6 Adriatic Southampton to Cherbourg and Antwerp. Delightful Winter Cruises to West Indies, Panama Canal, South America. January, February, March, 1921. Largest Steamers to the Tropics. Apply any Railway or S.S. Agent or H. Mrs. A. J- Gow is a visitor in Cal- .gary thia week. Mr. C'. B. Nelson took tlio evening train for Calgary on Tuesday, where ha will attend tho Grand Lodge this week. Mr. Hugh Murray was a visitor in Calgary for a ilay or two of this week. Mr. A. Mifflin was surprised .a fen- days ago by a visit from his brother from Ontario. This is his first visit to i Western Canada. The storm of no ordinary interest j which has continued for two or three; daya this week lias made a marked impression in this part of the country.' Beginning on Monday afternoon, nn'di .continuing all night, and al! Tuesday harder and stronger as tlio hours passed citizens of-this dis-i trict stay well inside. Those who were' compelled to venture out, such as van drivers, had quite r.n interesting time, i One driver got out about two miles' from town, and returned, fliMIng the roads almost impassable. A number, of the citizens had to almost dig thein-' selves out to get to business, or to get to the store. Were it not for the strong north wind would bo most welcome to tho farmers. j Mr. George Chew .was a business visitor in Lethbridge on Wednesday of this week. j Wo are pleased to report that Mr.! .McKenzio Welsh and his family aro now free from quarantine after their, long seige of sickness covering a per- iod of some weeks. The citizens will remember that Mr. and Mrs. Pan- cake and two children came up to visit Mrs. Paucacko's sister, Mrs. M. Welsh, for Christmas. Last week the older child of Mr. Pancake was oper- ated on by Drs. Bryans and Taylor for trouble in the-little girl's ear. Tee operation was so far successful, and the little girl is now under the care of a well trained nurse. The inspector tha Imperial Oil Co. was a visitor with Mr. Vennables, J.P. on Wednesday of this week. j Mrs. S. Pike wishes to meet all the members of her division of the ladies' aid at the home of Mrs. J. II. Welsh on Friday afternoon at three o'clock, j The farmers aro glad to learn fhat j wheat is gradually rising in price. The best wishes of the Barons' peo- pie go .with Messrs. Whiteside and Gledhlll in their evangelistic campaign held this week at Iron ''Springs, straight east of town. j Mrs. Tibcrt is a visitor in Calgary for a few days of this week. Mrs. J. Hansen and baby were vis- itors in Lethbridge for a day or' two last week. i Tha good weather of last week and I tho snow drifts, of this week rather i upset our skating rink for a while. I Wo hope, however, it .wJll soon be in good shape again. (From Our Own Correspondent) LUCKY STRIKE, Feb. Lodge oftho Modern Woodmen America held its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, Feb. 9th, with Supreme Counsellor Henry Bye in the chair. After the meeting the public were invited in to a programme arranged for by Mrs. Tom Eiving and it was the largest and most appreciative audience ever assembled at Lucky Strike's flail. Mrs.'William N. Merri- am opened the evening by reading the and was followed by recitations by Josephine Thomas, Cor- ine Ewing, Ed. Wright, Francis Har- vey, Dorothy Harvey, Mr. Wing and Glen Rlrnmer. Mies Esta Holmbers also contributed a pleasing recitation. A dialogue contributed by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, "Saving, His was well rendered and pleased tho audience very much. The second dialogue, "Tho made lots of fun and parts were takon by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swing, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Hurt Roe. Dancing .followed till early morning hours. A collection wa staken up after supper and forty- two dollarsWrn: raised towards the funds necessary to get a clear titlo to our Mr. Blue Collins has returned, Irorn Minnesota with his bride, nee Miss Kate Bishop, a sister ot Mrs. Beu El- lert of Milk River and formerly on tho staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Milk River. Mr. Forest Horn has heturnod from Great Falls, where he haa been visit- ing his sister, Mrs. Tom Donovan. The Dreamfield Oil Co. Jiave start- ed their second well on tho Horn property east of the Strike. ROYAL. DUTCH LEASES OIL LANDS IN NORTH DR. J. a HORM.SO. OSTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock BWg. Houra and b. appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS TUB VAN HAARLEM Private pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., JUthbrMge: Phono 74G. Accommodation for sur. gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-priyaU rooms. Rates J33.00 and a Write for information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. EDMONTON, Feb. 'Royal Dutch Shell Oil company has filial cil claims on 15 townships on tho Wapiti river, south, of Grand Prairie. Such is thf> news given by one of the load- ing Kdmonton financiers iuter-3 i i; I in the oil fields of the north, with the ad- ditional information that the company mentioned recently purchased 15 oil driHinj; rigs in Pittsburg, Tvli'nh aro shipped to Weitern Caaa la. Dr. John MeCrimniou, one of Kin- cardine's most pr'ominent met is dead at 65. IP YOU HAVE CORRECT GLASSES Truly the -world -will look brighter if you arc properly fitted with the right kind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothina move lamentable than a Iu need of glasses, and who doesn't realize hii sad plight. Conic to us, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge and wo will tell you what your troubles are. If you do not need glasses wo will frankly tell you so. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. P. H. WILKINS. 'SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 6th SL s. Opposite the Bmprw Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 Company's Office, 286 Winnipeg. Main Street, AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Cloilnfl out tale of John Net- cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor plows, and household goodi. On S.E. 14-20. 11-22, B miles N.E. of Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; eprly In March, date made known later. Closing-out tale of A. M. Orant, east tof Barons; date act. ected later. Closing-out sale of C. B, Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance of horses, cattle, and machinery In the village ol Barons. Cone In and list your stuff you wuh to sell. Select your sale dates and get your ad. in this free list. ED..POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. CUTMARQ ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS SaMnia ..-Men. 12 Baxonia ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia Apr. 22 i NEW Carniania.-Mcb. 8 Carnnia ..Mch. 16 K.A.Vic...Mch. 22 Ca.rmanui.Apr. 16 j NEW i SOUTHAMPTON Aqnttanla.Peb. 25 Impcralor.Mcu. 12 22 Maurotania.Apr 7 NEW Saxonia. .Mch. Saxonia.. .A'lr 21 ITALIAN MEMBERS CAN'T FIND PLACES I TO LIVE IN ROME NEW LONDON Albania.. .Mch. 1M Albania.. .May 3 NEW (Via Mo- ville) Algeria..Mch 5 Columbia ..Mch 2U NEW Calabria....................Mch. 2 PORTLAND, GLASOOW Casnandra.Mch 30 Saturnla.Apr. 20 Full information can bo aecum) from all agents, or company's 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. HOME, Feb., members of the Italian chamber of deputies U.D- plieil to tho president of the chamber today for'assistance iu finding living quarters iu this city. They declared that after vainly applying nt dozens of hotels they fed been obliged to sleep on sofas in tho library of the chamber. They said that unless giv- en assistance they would be unable to urcperly perform their duties. Tlio president urged the government to or- der twenty hotels to keep live bed- rouniE at tha disposal of depu- ties during sessions'of the chamber. TEN MILLION CAi-iES MALARIA IN RUSSIA Outside Left? No, but You will be Left Outside if you fail to get in on The Herald Football Competition A jump this week from to ei oo J. L-ONDON, 19__There cases of malignant malaria In HusBla says a Moscow dispatch to tho Herald, quoting Prof. Jlartziiiov- sky, an eminent specialist.. The mor- tality w sahl to bo three per cent, of those by the disease. The dispatcli states there aro only live thousand pounds of quinine in the country. The legislature will consider tho Calgary charter amendments on March 1st. 'Flro did Jlo.OOO damage and left families homeless when the Mona block in Fort was destroyed. PUBLIC ACC00NTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI8 Suite 4, Acadla Block, 1616. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Ccinybeare alack. Phones 711 and 1085. J1-2S WELDING BODLEH REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH, 1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1333 MISS AILEEV M. Playing and Theory. Pupils euterJ cd for" the examinations of the Royal and Royal College of' Music, London, England. 100 per cent. last year successful. MBS. W. H. or Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared'' for the 'Toronto Conaerratorr oO Music exams if desired. Annual recital. Studio, IKS 6th AVBJ A South. CLEANERS AND THE in French dry cleaning. Wo are tho oldest cleaners In tha city! We tho genuine French tystera, -which cod- ers every spot eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th, Street Soutii, Pbona 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS LOCKSMITHS-GUN barrels Btiaightened, guns restock- ed, gan T.-ork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, an) light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald. Indlma Motorcycle .Agent. Phone 1031, 8th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WRLMNOTON Decora, tors. Paperhaneert and Painters: Kalsomlnlnt. General Deeorattnir and Writing. Estimates given. The oldeit painters In Lethbrtdrs. RM. pbone H7J; offlca phone 1753. Sherlock BIdg.. Leta- brfdre.' Alberta. A. Decorating Pajwrtunrlnir. Phone 690. 611 Sth Avenne South. 117.9 B. L. Copeland H. H. Kent' Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DBOOHATING CO. Interior Decc-ratto; and Paperhanging a specialty. Satisfied customers cur alii. E19 12th St South, JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience la Exterior anil Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates tree. Res. phone 1104 6ttl St. S. Lctfebridge Farm Llchting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Temple ARMY AND NAVV ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous ot joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hare your Automc- feils Ridtetor Re-cored before the frost comes, with tea best Honey-comb Cora obtainable. Drop in and let us.tell you about It, or ask someone who Baa one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 215 1st 8. Phone 1732. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deitrtt hewt Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. BTC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;