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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATqiJlDAy, JANUARV 22. 1921 THE LBTHBRlDqE PAnvY HETtALP PAGI? In bur "Property For Sale" Cohunnyou wiDfifid many desirable Residences-^rli^you are "House Hunting" no doubt yon can find one to suit your neei Condenms Japan's Opposition Party Insists Upon Country's Riglits in Calif dr-j hia--Sowing Seeds for Trouble \ �Rbv. K. Bpemier, pastor of the St. Jacob's Parish, ohurcU, CtjnestogOMhas reslgueu. . , , =4f NOTICE TO CREDITORS TOKYO, Jan. 22.-Immediate evacuation dt Siberia, universal suffrage and Insistence upou Japan's Rights in the California question were.danlond' od � resolutions passed today-,s,,ait. a k6- meeting ,of -the' opposition pi� f Japan. The pa^'ty hol^d a m .g prephratory to the �reope'nlng of .nB Japanese dlfrt and in addition to tho above demands, wtgbA that maintenance of frjendshlp with tho "United States be Tiiado a basic policy of this country and also endorsed the League of Nations and a renewal of the Anglb-^apanese alliauce in'the interests of world peace. , Viscount Kato, leader of the party approved of the plan for restricting armaments, but considered Japan's naval program as the Jiilnimum to be'| fixed for the national defense. Takeshi Inukai, leadeV of the national party, addressed a meeting of that organization condemning Japan's policy toward the United- States, China and. Russia, declaring it was "sowing the seed for futifre troubles." WIND DID DAMAGE AT RAYMOND (From Our Own Cortespondent) RAYMMOND, Jan. 20.-The high Wind of last week did considerable damage to town property. Many windows were brokeft on the west side of the public school, ventilating pipes blown out, shingles torn from the new agricultural building and a few barns tipped over. The west end of tho L. D. S. tabernacle was badly damaged. Pres. A. Dahl, T. O. King, J. U. All-red and Will Redd arc spending the week in Edmonton, attending the Ur !P, A. convention. ^rs. T. A. Spackman of Stirling, was a guest at tbo home of licr mother, Mrs. J. N^al. Monday morning she left for lOdmonton as a delegate from tho Stirling U. F. W. of A|beii.a. Mrs. J. F. Anderson, jr., has accepted a position as instructor In the K. A. of Domestic Science and Domes-Ic Art. Mrs. Anderson is well quali-i led for the work being a graduate of .he McDonald Institute of Guelph, Ont. Dr. N. E. Shorten,and wife arrived on Monday's train from-Iowa. Tliey are guests at the honie of Mrs. Shor-ten's sister, Mrs. John Powelson. xir. Shorten intends opening offices in Edmonton. Ray Powell and his sister,  Mrs. Warren Depew, returned from Utah last week, where they went to attend tho funeral services of their sister, who was a resident of Payson, Utah. Tho first debate of the season given under the direction of the Y. M. and Y. L. M. 1. A. ol' the Raymopd first ward, was put on last niglit. Thti subject debiitod was the' "Minimum Wage". The afflrmalivo was discussed by M. T. Powelson and Miss Ver-land Klrkham; Mr. Fred Stevens and Miss Luni Redd took tho negative. Tbo affirmatives won by two points. Constructive criticisms were given by J. F. Anderson, jr. IN THE MATTER OF-t'HE ESTATE OP BENJAMIN DEAN'K HANDY, AUTHORIZED ASSIGNOR, NOTICE' is hereby given that Benjamin Doane Handy, of the' Village of Monarch, in the Province of Alberta, Parmer, did oh the 30th diiy of November, A.D. 1920, make an authorized assignment to the undersigned under the provisions of Tho Bank"-ruptcy Act. NOTICE is further given that the first moottug'Of cjroditors xiil be held at our office in the City of bethbridge on Tuesday tho' Eighteenth day ..of January, A.p. 1021 at 1.0 o'clock in tb|p |orenoon. - To entitle you to -vote .thereat, proof of your claim must bo. lodged with the,, undei-slgned ,:befo?e the rmeettng is'llield. * , Proxies tb be We'd at the' meeting must be lodged with the Undersigned prior thereto. And further take notice that it you have any claim against the debtor for which you arfe'entitlpd to rank, proof of 6u�h claim must be filed with the undei'Blgned within thirty days from the date of this notice,' for from and after the expiration of the time fixed by sub-section 8 of section 37 of the said Act we shall distributo the proceeds of the debtor's estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which wo have l.then had notice. DATED at Calgary, this Tenth day of Janua.ry, A.D. 1921. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED, Authorized Trustee H. A. HOWARD, Manager. C. F. Harris, Solicitor tor the said Company. Ad Q. i N. P. L. WINS SENATE IN NORTH DAKOTA BY 1 VOTE, ON CONTEST WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE FROM PORTLAND Feb. 26-Canada .......Liverpool' Apr. 2-Canada .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX Feb. 27-Canada .......Liverpool 'Mar.14-Haverford ....Plymouth Apr. o-Canada ____...Liverpool, Apr. 25-Haverford ____Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK Date. Steamer. To Jan. 2G-Vedic ........Liverpool Jan. 29-Kroonland____Plymouth Feb. 5-Cedric ........Liverpool *Fleb. 12-Lapland ......Plymouth , Feb. IG-Adriatic ......Southampton *Feb. 19-Finland.......Plymouth Feb. 2fi-Celtic .......-.Liverpool *Feb.26-Zeeland ..----Plymouth *Also to Cherbourg and Antwerp. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE dF MBLVIN A. MORftlIJi, AUTHOR-I^D ASSIGNOR. NOTICE Is hereby given that Mel-vln A. Morrill, of the Village of Coal-dale, in thb Province -of Alberta, far-* mer, did on the 29th day of December, A.D. 1920, make an authorized assignment to the undersigned imder the provisions of The Bankruptcy Act. NOTICE is further given that the first meeting of cr,e,(lltors will be hold at ouf office In the City of Lethbrldge; Tuesday the Eighteenth day of January, A.D. 1921 at two o'clock in the afternoon. To ontltloyou to voto thereat, proof of your claim must bo lodged with the undersigned before tho meeting la hold. Proxies to bo used at tho mooting must bo lodged with tho undersigned prior thereto^ And further take notice that If you have apy claim agalust the debtor for which you arc entitled to rank, proof of suclLolaimi must be filed with the undersigned: within thirty days from the date of this botlce, for from and after the expiration of the time fixed |jy sub-section 8 of flection 37 of the said Act we shall distribute the proceeds of tho debtor's estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which we have then had notice. ' \ DATED at Calgary, this Tentlv day of January, A.D. 1921. THE TRUSTS. AND GUARANTEB I COMPANY, LIMITED, / Authorized Trustee H. A. HOWARD, Manager. Shepherd,. *Dunlop & Rice, Solicitors for the said Company. Ad P. NO BETTER feAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The HeFald is the medium of the local field and commands the con-ifidence of its territory. Nofoth4r agent could db^tjhfe;work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and^Eringsuch sat-isfactOBy^results: TRY ONE TODAY-8 cents a line; 6 insertions for the price of 4. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We niuko switches, trjinHtorniiittoiis, r Company's Office, 285 Main Street, Winnipeg. OCTiN St RVICFS BISMARCIC, N. D.-The North Dakota senate Monday afternoon adopted the majority report of the elec-lions committee recommending that the contest of K. J. List for the seat of Senator Gust Wog, Nonpartisan, be dismissed. The vote was 25 to 24. Lieut. Gov. Howard Wood casting \ho deciding vote. As a result, the Nonpartisans will control the senate with one vote more than the independents. Wog was elected last November by 53 votes but lAut charged irregular-itics in some districts. . Mabel Hoag, eleven years old, Princeton, slipped coming out of school and died from, coijcussiou of the brain.  NOTICE TO W. A. HACKE: TAKE NOTICE that in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbrldge, an action has been commenced against you by The MOntlcello State Bank for the recovery of the sum of $2618.00 and interest on the sum of !i:2100.00 .from the 4th day of March, 1920, at the rate of 10 per cent per annurh till payment or ]udgmen�,i being the amount alleged "to be .duje and owing under throe written agre'e-' mcnts in the form commonly known as, lien notes, signed by yourself and others, in favor of R> F. Dygert, on April 25th, 1917, each for the sum of $700.00 with interest at 8 per cent till maturity and 10 per cent after maturity and due respectively the first days of May 1918, 1919 and 1920, which safd agreements or lien notes were given for the purchase price of one Percheron horse named "Louis of Oakland,"%nd have been duly assigned to the plaintiff in ^his action. If you dlspxite the alleged indebtedness and wish to enter a defence, you must file with the Clerk of the Supreme Court at Lethbrldge, Alberta, on or before' the 22nd day of February 1921, a statement of defence to the action, and in default of your so doing the plklntlff may enter judgment against you for the full amount claimed and costs. DATED at Lethbrldge, in Alberta, this 13th day of January, A.D. 1921. A. B. HOGG, Solicitor for Phiintifi'. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L.J. S.C. Ad T 1 REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow* ing Box Numbers: 34, 35, 39, 47, 76, 89, 94; 128, 131, 132, 137,140,147,149. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS NEWS AND VIEWS eatcst factor in edu-an out of. the News. But bo Burc your wisdom is perfect. It may not distross you now �but the longer you neglect your eyesight tho moro seriously It will affect your future health and etllclency. Better see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON ' Caro of Wright's Jewelry Storo. � - 'r- 3 . -1 DR. J. E. HORNING, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31G-18-20 Sherlock Blda .Hours 10-12; 2-4 and by appointment Phono 1991) PRIVATE HOSPITALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS JUDICIAL SALE OF VALU-. ABLE FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to Judgment and Final Order for Sajp in a certain action In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JAMES DELVIN. LATE OF THE CITY OF LETHDRIDGE, MECHANIC ALL CLAIMS against tho above estate must be sent to the undersigned, at the olhce oC Ins Solicitors, Messrs. Brooks & Sulborland, 70S Sterling Bank liulldin;;. Winnipeg, Manitoba, on or before ilie 28tli day of February, 1921. DATED at the City of Wliinipeg, in Manitoba, this 13tli day of January, 1921. DONALD Mi^cQU'ARRlE, Ad U. Administrator. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELIZA TURNER, DECEASED. TO EUROPE ST. JOHN-LIVERPOOL Feb. 9lMar.l6 ......... Metagama Feb.ll Mar.ll ....... Emp. Britain Peb.l9 Mar.23 ............j Melita Feb,26 Apr. 2..........Minnedosa Mar. 1 ...........Victorian Mar.2.')|Apr. 22..Emp. Franco ST. JOHN-GLASGOW Feb.18 Apr.l............Pretorlan Feb.23 Apr.14.............Sicilian ST. JOHN-HAVRE-LONDON Mar. 19 ................Grampian Apr. 18 ................. Tunisian ST. JOHN-SOUTHAMPTON-ANTWERP Feb.l2|Mar.26 ...... Scandinavian Mar.l2|Apr.l9 ........... Corsicun CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 364 Main Street, Winnipeg. JUDICIAL SALE OF VALUABLE FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to Judgment and Pinal Order for Sale made in a certain action in the Supjeme Court of Alberta. No. 15739, there will be offered for Sale by Public Auction at the Court Hou.=ie, Lethbrldge, Alberta, by Frank Waddington. Auctioneer,- at 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 29th day of January. 1921, the following valuable farm property, namely: Sections 21, District of Calgary, No. 12280, sealed \ 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 33, the North Half tenders addressed to L. F. Clnrry, i of Section 20, tho Soiitb Half of Sec-Esci., K.C.. Master In Chambers, Court i Hon 32.-and the Wn^st Half of Section House, Calgary, Alberta, will be recoiv-; 2G, all in Townsliip 7, Range 21, ed up to 11.30 o'clock in tlie forenoon | of the Fourth Mfridian, in the Prov-of Friday, 2Sth day of January, 1921, jnce of Alberta, known as the Folger for the purchase of Sections 2 and 11, Farm. Township 14, Range 23. West of the 4th Mei-idlau. Tho Plaintiff is informed that the above property is aitwiwcellent farm ,040 ,,. , about three miles East of C^r^^y. ^^^^^^^^J^^^^ The Plaintiff i.'^ Informed that the above properly i>;mbers. Ad A For further particulars and terms of sale apply to Messrs. CLARKE, CARSON, MACLEOD & CO. Barristers, Calgary, Alberta. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this 2Sth day of December, A.D. 1920. "A. G. A. CLOWES," Chamber Clerk. Approved: "L. l'". CLARRY," Master In Chambers. Ad G f^end a Dominion Express Money Crubr. They are payable everywhere. Farmers When In need of �ny TRACTOn Repair* It will be to your Inter eit to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first clan Machinists Satisfaction in price �id woTkrottnshfp Tractor Cyllndors reground, aud fitted with over-sizo pietonj ap