Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY-, FEDkl'ARY 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE NOW ISTBETM TO GET RID OFYOOR SECOND HAND FARM MAOTNERY-OSE SOME SPACEIN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT (From Our Own Correspondent) TA1JEU, Feb. upl- domicg arc now boing eclipsed by a strange one. to wit, tho prevuil- ing epidemic; of visits from tlio stork with an aggravation In the form of-or- twiiiH. Four piiirs huvo recuiitly ap- peared in connc-ction with this local- ity, und tlio birthrate is climbing with alarming rapidity lia? rmulo tho f-tork u strong competitor with tlie Crow League. A business :mui remarking the other ciiiy in eon-j the" wrong one. nection with infrrojifjed express rates, j a bad time for Tin- principal nun vf party vlrifpd a lurul coal deutor io for of coal, atatluf the party nveru iu a liroom i'setory. At-keiJ for tlie main imi'poao of 'hfllr visit, thij director rcpliml it was lo look UK; JuUds lieru. Tho mail wolitiort'd ut oon- TNHitiott between brooms and Irrinaiod ;unl u standard work on tin; broom, finding 'His, "the broom- likca the coUJur latitudes, thrived on dry sotln, but must have ploiity of moisture." North of nino, oTi..svml-iiipId binds, with an hvi- Billion canal, would stem to fill tho bill. In ctlier words, irrigated parts of A.iierta. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Hose aro rejolc- iiiK ovor the birth of twin babies on lust, it is always confusing, you happen to give ipecac to that It was ana ure on foot to move the tall from its present site near the council as to the purc'iasc of They Arc The Best on the Market STEPHEN MCLEAN'S TRIBUTE TO DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS Ncvi Scptian Who Has Tried Dodd's consideration. SW. A. PurteoiiH, accompanied by Miss Porteous and Mrs. J. Sea'gcr, re- cently attended the Fairs association convention, and has returned more interested than ever in ihu successful prosecution of the lucal show. The superintendent spoke highly the Taber fair this summer, which show- ed up well in the report of over sixty iu the province. IIo thought that Al- bert a had too many fairs, or at least Kidney Pills and Found Them Good j tuej. wore too close together, and a Recommend! Them to All Who Suf- fer from Kidney Ills. Whitney Pier, Sydney, I did find Dodd's Kidney Pills beneficial, no I recommend them as the best.on the market.1 thirty mile radius is suggested, with which idea the Taber president agrees perfectly. The meeting was the best yet._ If about time snow shovelling gorcrument to county hotter appointment could hive made. Mr. Judson Is alwtyi to Lhe foro ta improvements in vxrictil- limit conditions, ami this appointment U regarded here with Hatlsfactlon. J. J. Kouriguu aud T. A. Suiulul have recently been visiting tha meet- ings of fanners' locals to present the municipal hospital question. Ontario "Drys' Plan Big Vote Will Try to Make Ontario "Safe For Prohibition" at Referendum TORONTO, Feb. Nearly two thousand temperance stalwarts, men and -women from all corners of the province, assembled here today to for- ward their plans to "make old On- tario safe for the occa- sion being the annual convention of the "prohibition platform of Ontario" or Ontario branch of the Doirim- ion Alliance. The principal topic for discussion will be the plans for assuring an over- whelming "dry vote1' when the provin- cial plebiscite to prevent importation of. intoxicants from "wet provinces is placed before the electors On- tario in April. The alliance recog- nizes the necessity of a sharp and vigorous campaign aud present convention will, it is eipected, formu- late complete arrangements for it. In addition the convention will dis- cuss tightening and better enforce- ment of the Ontario Temperance Act to prevent smuggling of liquor to tho CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. was given a fillip, keeping the main United stat lh .fa fl sidewalks clear, and some method; This whole-hearted tribute conies was llut in operation for levelling the fharlos v from the lips ot Mr. Stephen McLean, highways BO that traffic can be who resides at 1434 Victoria Koad, rjeil on without difficulty; Up to date Steele ir president of Ontario Alliance and Rev.--Ben Spence is secretary.. this city. He is just one more the its progress has depended on the thousands of Canadians who have tried ability of any vehicle t% override the Dodd's Kidtrey Pills for their kidney j drltts aml the reost tune ills and found them good. among drivers til delivery rigs, is sufferers .who want to "over tho waves." tte their original health I would rec-1 A search was recently made by the ommend them to use Dodd's Kidney police for suspected stills to the Mr. McLean states further. ber Or ,ive, but notMng has turned .recently he was There is no disease so cooimon in vei Canada as kidney disease. The kid- j" The Blenner Ilassett store has been neyn are the scavengers of tho bpdy. rcceiving a coat of interior finish, Their work Is to strain all the im- whjcl, lms to its attractions. our local plumber and furnace man. D. U. Marshall, is having his hands full looking after leaky radiators on the local motor cars, owing to sud- purities out of the blood. It is to flee how neglecting them may be the cause of serous illness. Rheuma- tiajn, dropsy, nrinary troubles, dia- betes nnd heart disease are some of the penalties thr.t follow neglecting the csll of Eick kidneys. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not the remedy sick kid- neys arc den changes in the weather. Having had much experience in this line, and in the use of, the blowtorch, in the east, the local garages have taken ire not tne remedy sick kid- lo engaging his- services, during un crying epidemic of radiatoritis, unparalleled winter pat less than fifteen THOUSANDS OF SNOW BALLS APPEAR' ON FARM AVON, N. Y., Feb. Peter Finigin went'out to do the chores one mystified by. tho sight of a large number of huge snow balls scattered over his larm. On the 20-acre field there were hundreds of them ranging iu 'size from six to eighteen Inches in diam- eter. Leading up to each snowball was a streak of bare ground showing the distance it had traveled in form- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS I.ADIKS We make switches, trinrtorraatlons, from your combings. Switches 11.90 an oa. Salway Hair Factory. Cardst'ja, Ajta. ft It is a willing worker for a small wage. fl It kicketh not at long hours, but worketh willingly and well both'by day and by night. fl It achieveth great results with the smallest outlay of wealth on record. fl It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou hast no come-back. fl It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. ft In some respects it resembleth the postage stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it get- teth hoirle. i ff But it is infinitely superior to the postage stamp-and the letter that it covereth in that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth' part of the cost. fl Therefore, be wise and let not opportunity slip by thee. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET RESULTS.' I SPiRELLA CORSETIERE i For Appointments MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 2J-26 FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavl ncmcdlos. Lethbridga Vlav! Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phono 1883. 527 Sth St. S. 41-26 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Xurse has pr'- Tate room for ladies pending and during accouchraent. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Sclbj" 323 12tU St. N. HAVE YOU CORRECT GLASSES Truly the world will look brighter I if you are properly fitted with the right kind of glasses. will appear rosier. There's nothing uioro lamentable than a. man, in need of glasses, and who doesn't realize his sad plight. Come to us, hare your eyes examin- ed free of charge. If you do not-need glasses we will frankly tell you so. J. M. HENDERSON, Caro Wright's Jewelry Store. OSTRPATJHC' DR. .1. B. HORNING. O8TKOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 318-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours and bjf appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE YAW HAARLEM Prlrata Hos- pital. 1M4 7th Are. S., Lothbriditr Phone 711. Accommodation lor sur- elenJ, medical and maternity tienls. Prirate and rooms. Rates 130.00, J33.00 and J35 a n-oelr. Write for Information to Mrs. If. E, Van Kwfiem, snperia- tendent MISS AILEEN M. Pliyinj and'Theory. enter- ed for the examinations of the Horai -Academy and Royal "of Music, Jxmdon, England. 1M ftr cent. Itat year successtoL MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pnplln prepared for the Toronto o( Muaic eiama if desired. Anonal spring recital. Studio, 1338 5tli ATH, A Sonth. ing. -Mr. Finigin and neighbors who gathered to study the odd spectacla euin, Guildhall, the Lambeth Fallen library and other repositories, the archives of which will be described by I will consist largely in visjts to the public record office, the British Mus- is fast fifty miles off LouU- hllrg and reports that she cannot make any headway. decided that the wind which blown a gale the night before had had! whipped up small particles of "good packing" snow and started them down j expert custodians. SCJJEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE PUHSt'.VNT' to the Order of. His Honour Judge Jacfson made herein the 14th day of February, A. D. 1921 in a certain action wherein the Imper- ial Life Assurance Company of Can- ada is Plaintiff and Frank Arthur Griffith is Defendant the following! lands in tho Province of Alberta.! namely: The Northeast quarter of' Section fourteen Township Thir-l Taen li.inge nineteen "West! of the Fourth Meridian', subject to tho! reservations aud conditions contaiued in the original grant from the Crown und the eilsting Cortificato ot Title, will bo offered for sale by public j iion on Saturday the 12th day of March, A. D. 1921, at tho hour ot 12 o'clock noon at the Court House in tho City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Al- berta. Sale will be subject to a reserved lid to be fixed by the court. Terms and conditions will be madn known at tho time of the sale or can lie ascertained from the undersigned The said lands is situated abotir. thwe miles from the Post Office of Sundial and about ten miles west of the Village of Hctlaw. On the said land there is said to be a house 10 ft. hy 12 ft. with an addition 12 ft. by 22 ft., a barn 28 ft. by 32 ft. and it granary. 100 acres of the said land is said to have been -broken. The land is fenced with a two strand wire fence. Dated at the City of Lethbridge this Hth day of February, 1021. Conybearo, Church IDavidson, Barristers and Solicitors. Conybeare Block. i ing the past we-ek. Mr. Marshall is I putting into use a new method, in USD iu 6ome eastern centres with good re- sults. We note with satisfaction the ap- pointment ot" A. R. Judson, of Taber, on tlio commit tee appointed at the Hotter Farming confereiice to see tho WEAR SWORDS IN COURT j VIENNA, Jan. the field, some of the particles gather-i Swords now are worn by-court ing up additional snow until balls for Protection at ths order of been formed that were too heavy for.'ho president of the Vienna criminal I the wind to move further. All tbo! court because of the many attacks up- BRAND REGISTER Right shoulder or Horses. Peto Engieson, Tabor, Alta, ANP PRE1SER3 THE in French dry cleaning. are the oldest cleaners In the city. We the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 824 6th Street South Phone 1S12. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS j GUNSMITHS fc barrels sti (tightened, guns rertoct I ea, gun vrork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. llacdonald, Indian Mojonycle Aeent. 1051, Street, opposite. Herald Office. DECORATIN6 "They while you sleep" puths of the snowballs were iu the on Judges and wyjjesses recently same general direction tiiat the wind I court-rooms. had been blowing. ''AH- T To record unusual freak of AMERICAN STEAMER j wind and snow, Mr. Finigln sent for CAUGHT IN THE ICE the correspondent of a Buffalo news- HALIFAX. Feb. The American paper who counted more than I Delco, which put into St. snowballs of more than 10 laches in j Johns, NewfoundlanBsfor repairs whil Right ribs of cattle. Leu ribs of tattle. Lett luigli of i F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST i 427 uch St. S. Oppoelto the KJ 1 Phone i Residence Pfcone 19S7 diameter. en route from Gothenburg to New York and now on her way to Halifax, P. O. Bos 121 Raymond, Alta. MAY AGAIN AMEND OIL REGULATIONS OTTAWA, Feb. statement was forthcoming following the meet- ing of the cabinet council which took place on Saturday aftetrnoon. It is understood that the legislative pro- gram set forth by lahbr was under discussion. Some of the requests tlie labor delegation which interview-! ed a committee of the cabinet oil Sat urday morning included enactment oil, legislation to bring about the eight- j I hour day and unemployment insur-1 jance; measures for j ployment in Canada, 'and repeal of' 1 the section of -the criminal code pro-' vidlng deportation of British subjects. The cabinet is also understood to have considered suggested amend- ments to the oil lease raguir.tlons. BRITISH, AMERICANS' AND CANADIANS TO CONFER ON HISTORY Don't stay bilious or constipated, with your head dull, your stomach sour, gassy, upset. Take one or two Cascarets tonight sure i'or your liver bowels and. wa'ke up clear aad iit, George P. Porter Lethhridge, Alberta, Auctioneer. Lethbridge, Alberta. Children love C'ascarcts too. Ad inconvenience, l Advertisement. grip- ID, 25, 50 AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out gale of John Net- cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor plows, and household goods. On S.E. 11-22, 6 miles N.E. of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early In date made known later. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, east of Barons; date sel- ected later. Closing-out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance Bale of horses, cattle, and In the village of Barons. Come In list your stuff you wL-h to itll. Select your sale dates and get your ad. in this free lilt. F.D. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. CUNARD ANCHOtf CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia ,.Mch. 12 Saxonia ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturn hi .Apr. 22 r- NEW Carmania. .Mcll, S Cfironia ..Mch. 16 K.A.Vic...Mch. 22 Carmania.Apr. 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Ariwtanla.Feb. 26 Imperator.Mcil. 12 Anuitania.MRh. Mauretaniii.Apr 7 NEW Kaxonia.. .Mch. 10 Saxonia.. .Apr. 21 NEW LONDON Albania...Mcll. 24 Albania.. .May n NEW (Via Mo- ville) Algeria ..Mcli f> Columbia ..Mch 2C NEW Calabria.................... 3! PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Mcb 30 Mutiivnla.Apr. 20 Full information 'f-nn bo neeun.'d 1'rbm ;ill asentu, or compauy'H 270 Main Strcut, Winnipeg. LONDON, Feb. for a con- ference of Canadian, United States and old country professors of history in this city during the week beginning July 11 next are being made hy auth- orities of the University of London. The conference will be held in con- nection with the opening of the schools of historical research, now in the course of construction. The main object oj the conference will bo to exhibit thn unique facilities available Tor students of Jiistory, in London, who are seeking the degree of doctor philosophy. The program Inside Right? .No, but you have a chance to be "right inside' in The Herald Football Competition TO EUROPE ST. LIVERPOOL 2 Minnedosa Mar. 5 Corslcan Mar. llJAjir. 7 Kuip. Britain Mar. 1C Metasa'tna lApr. 15 Vlctorllm Mor. 22 .yfT.Emp. Prance Mar. 27 Melita ST. GLASGOW A .1 Pretorlau Apr. 11 Sicilian ST. LONDON Apr. IS Tunisian ST. SOUTHAMPTON- ANTWERP Apr. 1 Scandinavian Apr. lli Corsican For further particulars apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 334 Miln Street, I PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite i, Acadla Block. Phone 1618. tors. Paporhanjers and Painters- Ktlsomlnliic. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Th% oldest established painters IB Lstbbrldae. lies, phone 1472; office 1753. Sherlock Bldg., Lets __bridge, Alberta. A. Decoratinr acJ Paperhanging. Phone 690. Cn stfc Avenue South. 117.0 H. L. Copeland Phone 1908. B. n. Kent Phone. 154T ROBERT w. OAHDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS OKGANIZEU Block. Phones 711 106S. 31-St WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTIJt, PHONE 793." THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO.' Interior Decorating and Paperhanjing s specialty. Satisfied cuitomera our aim. S18 12tt St South, JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 190S Thlrty-flTe yewrV etperience ID Exterior aid Interior DecorailtfK 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104 ARMY AND NAVY ELECTEIC SUPPLIES JSlectrle Light tad Power Contractors Phono ftutmt 409 6th St. 3. Lethbridge T Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of i Cardaton Temple 1 PIANO TUNING A jump this week from 25.00 to 1 75. is a fair indication of the increas- ing popularity of .your own city competition. "The More Entries- the Prizes" C. II. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 factory oxyarlencc. Hon- ours Certificate M. T, Assii., London. Knglnnd. References to the leading musicians of tUe city. Phou-j 11GS. G27 lOtli Street South. FARMERS! in need of" any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to ypur Inter- est to try US. We have up-to-date 'Machine Shop and employ only fii'St-cla'ss Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. fJIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AND NAVT Veterans in Canada, Lathbridge Unit No, 34 Veterans desirous of joiniae the above association, can obtain in- formation md application form" from the secretary, L. Leigh', P. 0. Boi No. 6, Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hire your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the front comes, with the belt Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop la tad let us tell ran about ft, or ask someone has oae. The? STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 2 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I.M. COOMBS Ntwt Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOMR-POrrRAITUIE. KTC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.