Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 192f THE teTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE NOWISTHETTHETOGFTRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT SITUATIONS WANTED oman situation nurse tor Inftut or to net HH com- JMinlon for invalid lady. Wugen roas- OBifcle. Apply 1713 tth ATO. A. N'. 65-1 Sv PosTiYonTn'oBice by young lady with cipcrienca In book keeping, All or part time. Apply Uoi 38 Herald. _ I) Young man with 5 years withes gas tractor work. State wagfls and make of tractor. W. A. Heber, Sierra Madre, Sia N. Lima St., California, 0. S. A. 594; TO RENT TO RENT Two-roomed apartments In Dominion Black. Apply The Edgett Acencies, Balmoral Block. 969 BOARD AND For rospectablo Apply younj (9.00 per week. i 3007 3rd Are. S. I TO furmsnecl front TOOB, clofg in, business gentleman Apply 701 6th Ave. S. or i TO light house- satte, -with gas. Also large elueplng room. Apply 319 5th Ave. S. TO March 1st, three rooms (From Our Own Correspondent) JIARONM, Feb. Cream of Champion, u biisinoss visitor in Uarons on Friday, Fob. 1 8. Tho family of fttr. 1-J. I'opham, who been on the sick list for some days, are now well on, tho Svay to re- covery. Mr. Thomas, sr., is doing tlio car- penter work on the church before the work or decoration, under tho aus- pices of the Ladles' Aid, begins. A good number of farmers were in town Tor business on Saturday, after a week of storm with.snuw and wind. Mr. Jacobson who has been on the sick list for tho past wcok, is now much improved. A number of townspeople were in attendance at tho sale of Mrs. Syn- der's general assortment of farm re- quirements hold at the farm south- west of Barons. The sale was early in tho season, due to the fact that the family wish to settle in good time for spring work in their home in the states. The Mohawk Trail Rangsrs now meet every Friday night at in every niKnt at in j i school room of the church. Come children. Apply 1220 3rd Ave. south. and join a company ot fine, bright and TO ISth St. south, seven looms fully modem, newly decorated, possession March 1st. N. B. Peat Co., AgenU, 10 Ryland> Block. 968 TO for two, with board If .desired. All i modern conveniences, use of phone. For further particulars phono 519. I TO the Connaught Mans- ions, very desirable furnished houso- i keeping apartment. No children. Ref- erences. Apply Victoria Mansions Of- fice 3rd Ave. S. Phone 636. 983 FARM FOR back- eet, 320 acres new breaking, lots of Want good man able to fin- ance. Land situated in Wrcntham happy feilws. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sclieidler are now staying with Mr. Scheidler's parents in Barons. The car drivers of this community are glad to learn that gasoline has dropped in price. We only hope it be too long before it takes an- other in the same direction. Mrs. A. Hmrris has returned from visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs F. Cutforth and is now staying at the home ot her sister, Mrs. I. Allen for a day or two. Mr. Gail McLean of Nobleford, was a visitor in Barons on Monday. We hear of good laying hens pro- ducing many eggs ]wr day, but the local scribe only- knows of one lot of baby chickens that have arrived so The farmers uro now busy RtHtlng their wheat cleaned, and looking their harness anil machinery, gutting ready for tho coming days. After tho Htonn, in many places along tho hlghwayn arc to bo found stretches of wire and fence posts al- most too numerous to mention. Tho farmers will have plenty of fencing to do this spring. Mr. sr., has been doing re- pair work on tho elevators this week. Mr. Hugh Murray was :i visitor in Lethbridgo on Tuesday, Feb. 22. Mrs .A. M. Ivorson was a visitor with Mrs. Roberts at tho farm east ot town for a day or this week. Mr. Henry Slayraaker of Iron Springs, was a.visitor with his sister, Mrs. T. C. Burnap. and his brother Thomas on Wednesday of last wrak. Little Edgar Cooper was taken away to Lethbridgo on Wednesday ot this week for an operation on the ton- sils'. Edgar has been unwell for some weeks and it is hoped this'operation will no for his all round development. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper accompanied Edgar to the Van Haarlem hospital. Mr. J. J. McKKay was a business visitor in Lethbridgo on Thursday, Feb. -18th. Mr. Nelson has returned from Cal- gary. He reports a busy as well as a good time at the Grand Lodge held CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. district. Apply Herald Box 125.___63-G far in this community1 so early this TO section land 6 miles northeast of New Dayton, 600 acres Tinder cultivation, 100 acres summer- fallow, balance In'stubble. Renter to furnish stock and machinery and get half of crop. Good well and build- ings. R. P. Atkins, New Dayton, Alta. Phone P. 108. 6 JN THE SUPREME' COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE To JOHN BEAN. Formerly of Warner, Alberta. You are hereby notified that the Canadian Bank of Commerce has com- menced an action against you to re- cover the sum of being the of principal and interest due on five certain Promissory Notes on- season. The congratulations are duo to Mrs. H. Snell, who lives southwest of Barons. Mrs. G. McLean was a visitor Lethbridge on Tuesday, Feb. 22. We are pleased to learji that Mrs. Roberts, who has been on the sick list for-some time, is now much im- proved. Rev. S. Pike, by motor and spade, arrived on time at his services at White 'Lake on Sunday last, Mrs. Snider, formerly of this com- munity, lias been staying for a few days of this week witta Mrs. A. Har- ris. During the past week every man ras on the coal shovel, and it ap- pears as- if the coal piles are all get- ting very low. A number of Masons of Barons at- by you in faror of the said' tended' the Mason's Lodge in Car- 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- bridge, Alberta, and deliver a Defence or Demand of Notice on. or before the 18th day ot March, A. D. 1921, Judg- ment may be entered against you by th Canadian Bank of Commerce with- put further notice. SHEPHERD, DTJNLOP RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for tho Plaintiff February 10th, 1321. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L. J. S. C. Ad mangay on Monday, Feb. Slat. They report a good time. Mr. Wm. Vennables, J. P., was a business visitor iu Lethbridge OQ Tuesday, 'Feb. 22. An eiecutivc meeting of the Wo- men's Institute was called to meet at the home of Mrs. S. Pike on Tuesday afternoon, but due to the weather and roads no meeting was held, there be- ing an insufficient number to tran- sact business. FOR SALE We have for Immediate sale the General Store Business of J. W. Mar- tin, Coutts, Alberta, consisting of the following: Dry Goods, Etc. Groceries SIC U N A R D ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson Hardware, Etc. Drugs Boots and Shoes Fixtures 219.41! 732.25 For further information, also hpectlon of the stock sheets, apply to the undersigned. CANADIAN CREDIT MEN'S TRUST ASSOC., LTD. Authorized Trustee, Ad TJ Lancaster Building, Calgary, Alta. Three daring deede of violence were listed Friday on New York's crime sheet. The last occurred when bandits held up the office of the Connecticut Screen company on West 28th street, and escaped with AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH doling out tale of John cattle, mafthln- ery, tracers, tractor plows, and howihcld ooodt. On S.E. 14-20- 1142, 6 miles N.E. of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson: eitate sale; north of Birons; early In March, date made known later. Cloilng-out tile of A. M. Grunt, cut pf Barons; date sel- ected later. Mammptn clearance sale of honM, cattle and machinery in vlllige of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1421. List your stuff you wish to sell and get benefit of advertisement. Closing-cut sale of horses, cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of Banons, THUR8- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, AUTA. CANADIAN SAILINGS HAMBURG Saxonia ,.Mch. 12 Saxonia ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia ..Apr. 22 NEW Carmania..Mch. S Caronia ..Mch. 16 AIbanda..Mch. 24 Carmania.Apr. NEW SOUTHAMPTON Imperator.Mch 12 An.uitania.Mch 22 Mauretania.Apr 7 Aquitauia.Apr 13 NEW Saxonia...Mch. 10 Saxonia...Apr. 21 NEW LONDON Albanda...vMay 3 Albania., .June 1 NEW (Via Mo- vllle) Algeria.. Mcu 5 Columbia .Mch 26 NEW Calabria....................Mcb. 2 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Mch 30 Full. Information Saturnia.Apr. 20 can oe secured from all agents, or company's office, 270 Main Street, Wlnnines1. TO EUROPE ST. Mar. lljApr. 7 Bnip. Britain lApr. 2 Minnsdosa Mar. 16 Metagama jApr. 15 Victorian Mar. 24iApr. 22.....Emp. France Mar. 27 Mellla ST. Apr. t Pretortan Apr. U Sicilian ST. Apr. 18 .................Tunisian ST. ANTWERP Apr. 1 Scandinavian Apr. IU Corslcan For further afply Local Agnnt, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 364 Main Street, Winnipeg there. Tlie regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute will be held in the rest room at on Thursday next, March 3rd. A special item of interest to ladies will be the cake contest. It is hoped that as many ladies as pos- sible will enter this contest. All con- testants are asked to give in their names to Mrs. A. M. Iverson, phone 67. Mrs. Hamilton Johnson of Barons Consolidated School staff will be the judge. Rev. T. D. Jones of North Leth- bridge, and Mr. B. L. Petley, both ex- perts in boys' work, expect to visit Barons on Monday next in the Church for the purpose ot helping the boys'! work of this community.' The meet- i ing will begin at p. m. sharp, j The program of organization and I training will be taken up, and all hoys i in the district will be welcome. ents are asked to attend this import-i ant function. I The farmers who have been absent for the past winter months are ex- pecting to return to their respective farms early next month. Mr. W. B. Fusee spent some days of this week in Lethbridge as a mem- ber of the jury for this district. Everyone should look out for the weed train to pass through Barons, and no doubt to stay for a while next Friday, March 4th. Time 'of arrival is announced for 10 a. m. Mrs. Crow went to tBe Holy .Cross iospital, Calgary, on Monday for the purpose of 3n the tonsi ae successful. Mrs. Pike's section of the Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. J. H Welsh on Wednesday afternoon. This ittle tea party was one of a number of ten-cent teas planned ,to raise lunds for-the church. A good social time was enjoyed by more- than, twen- ty ladies that afternoon. Mrs. H. Johnson had the misfortune PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS OSTEPATHIC fl It is a willing worker for a small wage. 1! It kicketh not at long hours, but worketh willingly and well both by day and by night. fl It achieveth great results with theNmallest outlay of wealth on record. TJ It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou hast no come-back. If It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. 1f In some respects it resembleth the postage stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it get- teth home. If But it is infinitely superior fo the postage stamp and the letter that it covereth in that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth part of the cost. ft Therefore, be wise and let not opportunity slip by thee.. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET 'RESULTS. spent, tho party arriving home about midnight. Plans are out for a new steel bridge to ha erected this spring over CANADIAN CURLERS SAIL LONDON, Feb. Assd. Presslr-Tlie Canadian curlers sailed to receive another fall which has in- capacitated her from school duties for the past week. WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE Pass Creek (Blaikstone Brook) to re- for home yesterday bearing with them place tho old pole structure. This will j many momentos of their triumphu bea great improvement and also elim- _ inate the dangerous curves now ex- isting on the approaches to the old bridge. We would now like to remind any one contemplating taking a vacation this summer to visit the Waterton Lakes where everything uatiire lias to offer exists in its most rugged aiii fascinating form, mountains, lakes valleys, trees and waterfalls, and no more ideal snot can be found for a real holiday. There is fishing, boating, mountain climbing, bathing, riding, golfing, dancing nightly, in fact ev- erything one can wish for. So for real enjoyable economical holiday, visit Waterton Lakes Park. STRIKE IN MOSCOW RIGA. Letvla, Feb. report received hero from Moscow today says a strike was begun yesterday by employees of the government I works and in various industries, in i eluding printers. Popular Resort Will Be Mecca of to Cards- Off the Wolves Smoke (Special Correspondence) WATERTON LAKES PARK, Feb. Devan, superintendent of the Park, returned last week from an of- ficial visit to Ottawa. He is very much pleased with the program of develop- ment laid out for the Waterton Lakes Park this coming summer. Owing to the'very heavy fall of lately experienced the ice-on the lakes is covered and our iceboats are sarning a much deserved rest. This tias also indefinitely postponed the proposed dance. H. E. Sibbald. chief inspector of Dominion Parks, of Banff, spent sev- eral days hare last week on official usiness. Extensive arrangements havo been marie towards exterminating the tim- ber wolves iu this localitv. the local I stockmen having suffered severe losses through the depredations made by these animals. Several noted and experienced wolf hunters are now en- ;aged in this work, including "Char- ie, tlio of tho Red Deer dis- trict, H. Riviere of Pincher Creek and' several others. Tlie Provincial Government last week completed tlie connecting of :lie telephone lino from here to Cards- ion and we'now have direct communi- cation with this point as well as Pin- cher Creek. The phone is certainly a great convenience and will bo doubly so during tin; tourist season. A. H. j Harwood is the local agent. understand that tlui-e is to a! 'irst class jjolf course installed here tins coming year which will no doubt )e greatly appreciated and enjoyed i liy the golfers of Southern Alberta A. II. Harwoud and K. Haug motor- ed to Pincher Creek last week to at- tend the funeral of the late P. A. Car- noil of Parkview. I J'ark Warden J. Holroyd Is at present at Buffalo Park, Wafnwright Alberta, In connection with park af-l fairs. Several of the residents took tago of thn hnnuilful moonlight on Saturday evening last and roado u I aiiDwuhoc tr.imp up on Sopha Moun- lain. A very ..Iseoitt evening wci blend of elected Virginia leaf Date. Apr. FROM PORTLAND Steamer. To .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX ____Liverpool Apr. .......Liverpool Apr. -----Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK -----Plymouth Mar. ........Liverpool .......Southampton ......Plymouth .......Plymouth Apr. ........Liverpool Apr. .....Southampton ___Liverpool 'Apr. ......Plymouth Apr. .........Liverpool Apr. ......Southampton to Cherbourg and Antwerp. Wo make switches, transformations, j etc.. from your combines. Switches Jl.OO an 02. sjalwiiy Huir Factory, Cardstou, Alia. SPiRELLA'CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 290 FIIEB PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mall, regarding Viuvi Remedies. Lothbridge Viavi Co. .Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phono 1S83. 527 Sth St. S. 42-26 _DANCE MUSIC_____ THE" UHEKRfO VETERANS OR- chastra can supply, the music for any style ot dance. Phone 1344. MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse 1ms pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. f1 HAVE YOU 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 nothing more lamentable than a man, in need of glasses, and who doesn't realize his. sad plight. Come to UH, havo your eyes examin- ed freo of charge. If you do not need glasses wo will frankly tell you so. J. M. HENDERSON, Caro Wright's Jewelry Store. DR. J. E. HOKMNQ, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Sherlock Bids. Hours and bjr appointment Phono ______PRIVATE HOSPITALS THlFvAN HAARLEM Privata Pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., LethbrMge; i hone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and rooms. Rates JSO.OO, and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. i Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams if desired. spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th A Soutn. THE In French ary cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use 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. 324 6th Street South Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. G0NSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith; keys- made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light Machinery repaired; lawn nharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indiln Motorcycle Agent Phono 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING F. H. W1LKKS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 St. S. Opposite the Empress Phone 1969 Residence Phona 1937 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 Company's Office, 286 Main Street, Winnipeg. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements Furniture There will be offered for Sale by Public Auction at Chin, 9 miles east of Coaldale ON TUESDAY JARCH 1ST, 1921 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING: 5 matched team of blat'k geldinKS, 7 years nlil, welirht :iOdi) Ibu.; 1 matched team of bay geldings, 7 years old, .woighl 1 black gelding, o years old, weight ]uOO Its.: 1 black celdlne, ii years old, weight 1300 Ibs.; 1 grey mare. 7 years old. weiRijt LaiiO- I'inin -rov mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 Ins.; 1 bl.-ick gelding S years old weight 1300 Ibs.; I. black golding, 0 years old. weight 1300 Ibs I grey marc S years old. weight. 1250; I. hay guiding, S years old, wp'ight 1500V 1 blacli gelding, 3 years old, weight 1300 Ibs.: t chestnut gelding 5 years old, weight 1400 Ibs.; I black geldins, 7 years old weight HOU Ibs.; i horse colts, 1-year old; 1 mare coli, J year old. IMPLEMENTS H new Harrow Carts; 2 Massey-Harris Binders, neiirlv new Double Disc Deering Drills, new: 2 Bain W.iguus, rj'i.-Iiiuh ti'res near- ly new; 2 Tanks, 150 bushels, nearly now; 1 set of Lover Iron Har- rows, four-section, nearly new; 1 .Massey-Hnrrls Henner; 1 I' o Sulky Plow; 1 heavy Lumber Wagon: I California wide tread; 1 Kauning Mill; 5 sets of nimble Train Harness 11 Horse Collars, Sweat Pails: 2 Hcrtste.nrls complete: I Cook Stove- t Heater Stove; 1 Kitchen Table. Numerous other articles. TERMS CASH. NQ RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer M. McLEAN, O. BOYD, J. HAIBECK. Clerk; W. McGUIRE. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite i. Acadia Block, Phone 1616. WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decora, tors. Paperhangers Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing Estimates given The oldest, established painters In Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; offlce phone 1762. Sherlock Bide., Leth- hrldse, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 Sth ATenne South. B. L. CopelanJ Phone 1903. B. R. Kent Phone 1547 ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANISER Offlce: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1055. ?1-2S THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanginj a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 12th St. South._________ JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-live years' experience la Eiterlor and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Hes. phone BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. Kl-Tir. PHONE 7S2 Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. ELECTEIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1332 409 Sth St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty for Electrical Work of Cardpton Temple ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AND NAVY Veterans iu Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34. Veterans desirous ot joining the above association, can obtain In- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Lsigli, P 0 Boi Nfl. C, Lethbridge. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man. 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill. G. TI. CRIPPS-EXPERT and Organ Hepairer; i yours1 factory experience Hon.' Certificate M. T. APRIL, London. HeCerenews to the musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 627 10th Street South. 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 I Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and NIVEN BROS. I 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Agent HW WANT AD Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING HOME-PORTRAITU4I, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.