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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1-1. 1920 THE LBfHWBXW DAILT HERALb PAGE THREE eiCKED UP IN SSING rORTHE BTJ1Y HAS Lowall, Mass.; firemen voted to withdraw from the A. f. oI.L. New York Is to have a new WO.OOO court house. Mans sro announced for 50 now schools In New York City, costing and seating pu- plls. In tLo recent brief open season approximately deer were killed in Vermont, and game wardens say thcro arc plenty left. Three womeu have teen elected tcuool trustees in Fort William, Mrs. Peter McKellar, Miss Black and Miss Mabel Haunch. Charles Ewtng, Manager of the Do-1 julnlon Bank at JIuutaville, Ont.. tori tho past year, died suddenly from an attack o[ heart failure. Upper Canada College, Toronto, will put on a campaign to raise a million tnd a halt dollar endowment fund. Lily Maud Mulock. a woman -charg- ed In a London court with publishing a her lawyer said, had lost two sons and eight brothers in the war. The Ontario government granted for 1ho Imperil Press con- 'Kress which Is to bo held In Canada jie.it summer'. The position ol editor of' the political literature liberal organization cC the national committee- has been accented by John of the Toronto Daily Star. Threo (Manitoba Monnonltes have fceon Jailed to pay lines for failure to comply with the school attendance law. Charles and Ida Hmsey, of Spring- field, III., both deaf mutes, are seek- ing a separation after 19 years' mar- ried- life. On complaint of neighbors a Chi- cago couple were arrested for leav- Jug their baby tied to Its bed whilo they enjoyed tho movies. Malcolm J. Blakely, and JI. Downs, Orangeville, were ne_arly suffocated by gasoline fumes from a rcment mixer while laying a floor J. E. Tucker, wealthy lumberman, president of tho Vancouver Lumber Company, died at Vancouver, He came there many vears ago from the Uni- ted Stales. High price of silver and ra.te of exchange ai-G saM to have Icd'many TJ. S. jewellers td attempt purchase of large lota of Canadian silver coin for melting. Appraisal ot the estate of the late Henry A. Strong, former president of the Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. VICTORIA COLLEGE MEMORIAL Above ij a drawing pf-tiie proiwsed memorial chapel which is to be erect-! ed at Victoria. College, Toronto, to Jhe memory, of those former students who were killed In action, and as aj record of the part which' ih'e'college played In-the war.As: planned the chapel wlllrbe pt Gotblc'arcUltccture and of ample extent so as to seat 500 people. It nvlll provide a place'of wor- ship for'he students, "'..i LOST AND FOUND B Reetrlnr Mention ll Owner may have same by c.alllng at Herald of- fice and paying foYthis.Rd. and on road running north' from Coalhurst. Finder please return to H. O'Rutledge, Albion Ridge, Alia., and receive re- ward. head of Horses. branded on right: shoulder. B. H. Barons, Alia. PO. 76. This is a Want Kichanes I'm conducting. On the forme the line of those who homes. On the left forms the line of who want tenants. I, Oliver Towne, am the middle man. Among these lines you'll find your landlord, Mr.vTenant, because Mr. Land- lord Is looking over your line "to find you. You'ro sure to come together at this mooting point. Put your Want Adr. a4 a liner In this papenalt will carry your message all over town. REWARD for information re- garding horses branded on rlglit shoulder. Notify Omar Lybn, Barons, Alfa. Saturdsy night, in vicinity oE Colonial theatre, small purse con- taining 57.55, salary of poor girl. Fin- der please returu to Herald office. STRAYED lo'X.K.' days ago, Iwo black sows. 150 lo 200 pounds. Owner may have same by paying expenses. J. Shnim, phone Rural 203, Coaldale, Alta. of sTJriiSg; two red yearling steers, one has luff ear off; also one spring bald- faced calf; all branded on left ribs." Liberal reward for in- formation leading to recovery. ___ V. McKce, Stirling, between.- 14tli St. ar.j 8th St., via -1th Ave. S. Fin- der please" return to W. Murray, 021 14th St. S., or phone 1157, and receive CANADA ASKED TO HELP OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian is invited to join m giving relief to the 'starving millions ot Central Europe and of Austria in particular. According to a dispatch received by the Dominion government, tho situation is extremely grave Wo- men and children are dying ot starva- lion. Already hundreds of thousands of people have died, and unless relief is prompt, so states the advices, ihe toll of dead will run into millions. reward. 2 top cover, between Leth- bridge Iron Works and traffic bridge.' Y, shows H will pay a transfer tax please communicate with w! Murray, 624 14th St. S., or phone 1157, The estate is valued over In a speeding case a Stockton, Cal.. -judge ordered the nuto locked five days. The owner was released. Thu juslic-a announced that hence- forth.he will put aulos in jail instead of fining their owners. Larger quarters for the provincial telephone staff lias been found neces- Fftry and the government has closed n live-year lease with the C. P. R. for the two top stories of their Edmonton building. The city ot East Angus, In the East- ern Townships near Sherbrooke, Que., Iiiis a very interesting bill before the Quebec legislature. Among the ar- ticles of thu bill amending the city's Hiarler Is one stipulation that both the Jlayor and the Secretary-Treasurer of the city isiust bo equally conversant In French and English. Charles Uarkeley Paget, brother of Very Rev. Dean Paget ot Calgary, died Rev el stoke.-'lie was the second son oE the llov. Edward James Paget rector of Swithland, and grandson ol Vice-Admiral thp lion. O.C.H., the famous "Waterloo" JIarquls of and receive reward. LOST Cattle, IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Impounded in the pound kept by the undersigned, on the S.E. ono black mare, three years old, two hind white socks, White stripe on face; no visible brand. NEIL-' M. UOHERTS. Orion, .Al't.V', NOTICE I hereby give notice that J, the- im- LODGES VIADUCT LOSGE, NO. 63, I.O.O.F. Meets every .Tuesday Night et Elgh O'clock in Hail, Cor ner 6th Street and Fourth Avenue S Hearty welcone eitendod All Vlsltara. Geo. Pred'k Heath, Sec. Phones 062. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE I.ethbrldge Lodge, No. 792, meet eyery second ami fourth Tuesday I dersigned, have purchased the res- each month at S.OO p.m. Women o PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL SCALP TREATMENTS FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 3CNTAL DK. M. QUAD- utte ot Royal Collece ol Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block. Phoue- 1071. FLORISTS FRACHEBROS. RMM, Chrysanthemums and all Floral Phon. 1003 ROOFING THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. PHONE 1057 12W DR. T. W. '.ate North Western Denial ity, Chicago. Office, phone fS5; ret- idenca phono 7S2. Unlou Back Building: 1M-0 w. D. graduate o! Chicago of Den- tU Surgery. Albarta Blodk, abore McLeod Brew. Clo'ilng Store. Of- fice phone 160t'. Rejiil-acj phoae Farm Serrice Agency Scientific! Collect lou Contingency basis. Wo itilU. iKrerylhlng In tec omit- ftncy. Prompt attention. 4 Block Phona Eyei trtted. Difficult caset J. M: HENDERSON Office it Wrlghfi Jewulry Hours: 10 to 1? a.m. and 2 to 5 WELDINO OXY-ACBTYLKNa WKLDINS W N Kuth. corner 1st Avenua an on borne-made principles. Kfrkby Co., 3rd Ave S Phone 16Z7. aid, "or phone DON'T Commerce, Alta. new breaking, Just nee-la discing, Good sis-roomed house; barn; well: all fenced. ?500 cash, balance hair crop. Wo also have a quarter-section for-trade. 100 acres can be put in crop Ihis spring. Reasonably good house and barn. Will Irado for house Throw awny.l S. Wo posllii-ety ilhe highest prices for Isllghllv worn clothing.. or apply 1U 5th SI. S. 'clothes, slices, blankets, furs, Hflrs, nnd musical instruments. I'lione We Mil at your rotldencn. Uni- versal C'olhlng Stoic, III 6lb St. S _____________________. GREENFI'ELD'S Secondhand furniture dealers anil I EAOH.for inform bay gelding, full white face, two hind, feet wfiite, right forefoot while, large menls! white spot on right flank; or maro, slar on forehead, white sti-lpo on nose, two white hind (eel, branded on right shoulder; a work learn. E, SkiuGii, Per Alia. _ In LeUibrlilge. Murchlson Bros., makers; olfico fixtures made dcs Uraden. Phone 1603. i to 6rder; estimates furnished. Do- of cattle, 300 head of acres of leased land, lease expires In SIS years; all well INFORMATION WANTED As to whereabouts of Steve Qambal, last heard from at Lethbridge. Please fenced, wilh three wires; good FVank Gambal, Soulh tor; good grass; lake In centre; nfnojwyomlnr St., Bulle, Montana. ITS A njies 01 river iront; bush along the M_ri STEPHEN HAAS, OF TORONTO Wiio hn.i iK'f-n elected vice president the Union ilnnk of Canndn. IB A -_.jg the nvei front. Purchaser buy horses and cattle separate from land. Terms [lo hi! arranged with owner, who can- not rtandlo this oatale. Apply direct owner, Mrs. Ollvo Ilowo, Alia Allec, 26-5 WANT CAT Mint be lalo model, in good order, and not larger than a Dodge. Must bargain. Will pay cash. Apply 406 f.'JU St. S. I'hone H2S, Tractor Repairs We tpeclallre in rehcrlng KOI (r.iclor nccI flttlnj urtrilxe nnd IVe hnro :n Hock praneot pht.ni for all popular f.aten r.f fas Auto Cylinders Regrounrj N1VEN BROS. 1st Ave. 3. 27-C DRAYING Of AH KinJi WcsternlransferCo, Limited r. Freight PHONES Office........... Stable...........JOM SPIRELLA CORSETIERB Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN 711 12tn St A. 8. __________DRESSMAKING MISS SI. DressVnaker Prices reasonable. Sullo B, Klrk- ham Block. I'liono I2M. UNDERTAKING T. S. PUN. eral director anil licensed embalm- er, motor or horse driven hearsa Parlore opposite Court House. Of- fice phone 561, realdejce phone 117C. Open day nnd night ELECTRIC SUPPLIES" Electric Light Cunlractoft Phoce Pam LlghtlnB a toecli Contractors (or' ElMtrleO Work Cartftton Tamfla. 51ISS AILKKN M. FianofcrJo Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the exaulnatioris of the Royal Academy and Royal College ol Music, London, England, last year were successful. Studio, 623 9tH Street South. MRS. W. H. of piano harmony and theory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils '.rained for ToronU Conservatory examinations if d-1- tired. Studio. 1233 6th Ave. A. S. (formerly 122S 6th Ave. A. S.) H. McO. YOUNU, of Voice, Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory eiams. This year's Its; jnows obtaining a1 eleven five "Itrst class one pupil the "Sliver medal" for highest marki in her grade (or tho Dominion. Re- citals lield Christmas, Easter and June. Studio. 4HA 5th SI..3. CLAIRE S. DOBLE Teacher ol Piano and Theory, nlso FLETCHER MUSIC METHOD (Simplex and Kindergarten.) Studio, Y. M. C. A. 28 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET SPECIALISTS IN French CTfarjIng. Our process eliminates danger of Injury lo gar- raenCs. Only the highest class work' turned out. N'o rlyeing. fmmedlat) attention Is given to country orders. Ml Hth KtrcelSnulh. Phona 1S12 Repairing nnd alterations well nt reasonable prices, oil fof and deliver goods -110 Sth Street Sontli. Pliono 1528, GUNSMTHS Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUB Furniture In or Smnll Conslrntnent! WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; otter 6 pm, 4tt GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, ed, gua work done by a (UKmlUai keys made, locks repaired, bicyclei. typewriters, phonograpbi, asr lljflit machinery repaired, liirn .mowtn sharpened. D. E. Xacdonald, Motocycle Agent. Phone 10S2, Btrcet opposite Herald Office. TRANSFER VETBRANS' TUANSFER-Oeo. Grcf cry, proprietor. Light and heavy draylng. Knrnllure Coat and wood delivererii c.od 1317-lit Ave, N., Lethbridg- .i': ;