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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta iug any amendment of a' like nature to any former Act, shall require a no- II tlce, clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and object ot the applica- tion, and wbero the application refers to any proposed wbrk, indicating gen- erally the locallon of the work, ana signed, by or on behalf ot the applly cants, such notice to bo published, during tour weeks, between the close ,_ jot Ihe next preceding Senslou and the Haggis 'n !tlmo ot the consideration of the Pet I- Give Official Weicc-mc -To ucntwuixie 3. PAGE THBEE Returaed Boyg (From Oar Own BLAIllMOHE, Alia., Jan. night was celebrated' by the Scotch inul others In Blairuiore Monday night last In real old-fashioned Scotch btyle. The celebration was held ill tlie .Masonic.hall and was attended by upwards ot fifty people. Tables were spread in a splendid wanner and the repast consisted principally ot "Hag- Els and Tattles and Scotch An. Interesting program was carried out to the great-satisfaction of, all present and the evening wound up with an Impromptu dancey Qn Tuesday night the local teach era held 'their first annual ball undfr tlie auspices of the Alberta Teachers Alliance and the affair proved to ho the most successful event of Its kind during the whole season. About one 'hundred and fifty people attended. Reception to Veteran! An otficial reception was held in Ihe Opera House on Thursday evening for all the returned soldiers of this town. Arrangements have been going ou for this affair for gome lime and the last returned veteran having reach- ed BiHlrmorc on Monday morning, in the person ot Alphouse mat- ters were brought to a head and the reception 'held amidst pomp and splendor. 'The program .commenced bout S o'clock with speeches frtmi several local men, and Mr. J. G. Ewan, the mayor, made presentations of cer- tificates 4o the returned men. The certificate embodied a welcome home to the men from the'citlzens ot Blair- more .and in appreciative words ex pressed the feeling of the citizens for the great work achieved by Ihe-boys Mr.'J. B. Gillls was chiirman ot the occasion and filled Hint position-with his usual brilliant success. A light supper vvr.s next partaker ot. after which dancing commenced and continued until hours o the mom ins. Mrs. .1. A. Grenier, who'left here last fall for England, is expected tay Iho sum of five dollars for each and overyNay which intervenes be- :wecn-iho said tenth day the meeting of Iho House, and the date of tho filing of the Bill with tho Clerk, lip to the day ot opening. 323. For each day after the open- ing of the Session, the applicant shall pay in addition to the sum ol Iho foregoing teu dollars for CELEBRATE ESTABLISHMENT; OF LEAGUE OF NATIONS PARIS, Jan. Poln- care will preside at a solemn cere-, mony.to be held at the Sorbonne on January 30 to celebrate the establish- ment of the League of Nations. School teaoherstthroughout the coun- try will read to their classes the de- clarations made at the. BANQUET SIR ARTHUR CURRIE. Jan. Arthur Currie, inspector-general of the Cana- dian militia, will be tendered by graduates and under-graduates of University, in the McQill Union on Friday next It ia hoped he may arrive in time for the'tirst elahorato course of military training which will How arc you solas about task ol {.lading thai new home you're after? Arc you travelling tic town making yourself foot eoro and weary? lt'3 no easy task If that's your plan. But you can make it easy It you leave it to me Townc. -V' hi I go all over.tov.-n in a Jew'minutes every day.'I find the home. I'm right on the doorstep ot the men have them to rent. The men you're seeking are seeking you. Tho best plan Is for ybii both to come right to the'city's greai- 'est clearing want ad. In this: PROPERTY FOR SALE (When each and every day up to the tenth dayvof Ihe Session. 324. In addition to the foregoing charges, the applicant shall pay from the tenth day (o Ihn twentieth day_of the Session for each aud every' day a further sum ot.fifteen dollars. 325. After the expiration of twenty days from the opening of tho House, tho' aforesaid amounts, together with an extra penalty ot one hundred dol- lars, and in case of a Bill incorporat- ing a company a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock1 Companies for as fixed by law tor the regis- tration of Joint Stock Companies. 325. Before any petition praying for leave to bring in a Bill for the con- struction of railways, tramways or canals, or changing the route of the railway, lrainway..or canal of any company, already Incorporated, is re- ceived by the House, the person or persons petitioning for such Bills, shall deposit with the Clerk tho fol- lowing documents: 325. A map or plan npon a scale of not less than one. inch to three miles showing the location upon which it la intended to construct the pro-1prices 'and "terms; Hnrris-Noble Land PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAOE SCALP TREATMENTS FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 OENTAL OK. 51. CRAD- uate ot Royal Collese ot Denial Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray .equipment Office: Ttooms a to 7, Bryan Block. Phcuo 1071. Dli. L. T. Dentist, llttlverslty ot Maryland; equipment. Office, Hoom 8 Building. Phone 1105. __ _ MtDlCAL CHS. GALBRA1TH Third Ave. South. TdephoMi 1293; Dr. Galbrtlti'i ilence. 1253; Dr. Mornhijt. afiemooa aftd trcft. ine ottlco hours. FRACHEBROS. RMW, Carnattmu and ill Floral specialty. Phone 1003 EAVETRWMG THE DIXON SMKET METAL CO. PHONE 1057 12W DH. WILL H. Successor to Drs. Marra Ham. Houn 0 to 5. Office Block. Phoae 374. Farm Service Agency Scientific Crilocliorj Everywhere. Contingency basb. Wo get lulte. Ererythlng in account Prompt attention. A cad la Block Phong FOR building lot, 40 x HO hoard fenced, and shade 'trees. Cheap. Apjly 417 19th St. N. FOR Well-built house, on 14 Hi St. S., fully modern, on one and a halt lots, and'gas. Price and terms, apply Co., Sherlock 0 Harris Noble Land Block. Phone 1888. __ FOR SALE Bungalow, on two 6th Ave. S., seven rooms and bath, good basement, partitioned; garage for two cars; screened i verandah. 1 posed work, and showing also the Sherlock Block. Phone 1888. LODGES VIADUCT LOCGE, NO. 53, I.O.O.F. Meets every Tuesday Night at Eight O'clock In the Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner Eth Street and Fourth Avenue S Hearty welcoae extended All Visitors. Geo. Fred'k Heath, See. Phones Residence 1781, Office 362. he inaugurated on university. t'hat day by the lines of existing or authorized'works, of a similar character within a radius of thirty miles from location of Ihe' proposed together with the name of each .municipality within which the proposed -works or any part thereof arc intended to be construct- ed, such map or plan to'be signed by the engineer or other party making the same. Also a general descrip- tion- of the nature, extent and pro- posed character of tho contemplated works, and an estimate of the prob- able cost thereof. 330. All Private Bills for Acts of incorporation of or in amendment of Acts' incorporating railway companies shall be accordance with the Model Bill attached to these Rules, copies of which may be obtained from the Clerk ot the House. 331. Tlie provisions contained in any Bill which are not in accord with the Model Bill, be Inserted be tween brackets, and when revised by the proper officer-shall be so printed, and Bills which'are in accordance with this Rule shall W returned to the promoters to-be re-cast before being revised and printed. 332. Any sections ot existing Acts- which are proposed to be amended shall he re-printed In full with the amendments Inserted in their proper places and between brackets. 333. Any exceptional provisions that it may-be proposed to insert in EX-TRACT FROM RULES RELATING any Bill shallbe clearly specified in TO PRIVATE BILLS. ,lthe notice of application for the same. i 331. All Private Bills for Acls of in- 317. All petitions1 for Private Bil's j corporation shall be so framed as to Bliall he in duplicate und shall be by reference the clauses livered to the Clerk of the House the general Acts relating to the rte- later than tho 10th day ..before tho 1 tails to be provided for by such Bills. opening day of tlio Session. 319. All applications tor Private liills, properly tho subject of Legisla- tion, by the legislative Assembly of Alberta within Ihn purview 'of "The FOR 7th Ave. S., Lelh- bridge, clear title, two lots, seven rooms and. bath, -furnace, fireplace, range, tank and laundry stove In full cement basement, all titled1 with gas, two toilets, garage and chicken house. Cost J6.000. Would'accept quick sale, cash, balance 7 per cent. Apply Wm, Ingram, 335 12th Ave. West, Vancouver, B.C. NOTICE LEGISLATIVE' ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA FOR 1727 7th Ave. N.. each; 926'8th St. S., six rooms, modern, 904 7th St. A, South, cottage, 1259 Bth Ave. 532 15th St. S., 827 6th St. S., 411 13th St. B. North, 641 12lh St. A, 330 20lh St. N., cottage, 5950. Terms arranged satisfactorily on any of these proper- ties. Exclusive agents. N. B. Peat Co, 10 !lylauds Block. Phone 570. MISCELLANEOUS WANT? Tien Tlie1 She op, LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Lelhbridge Lodge, No. 702, meel every second and fourth Tuesday 1 each month at S.OO p.m. Women McKWeheart Legion, Lethbriige'Chap ter No. 325, meets-ei'p.ry second' an fourth Monday in each month at 8.0 p.m. In the Moose Hall, Higinbolhan Block. Joint social 'and open nigh first Wednesday of month. drive third Wednesday of mouth. Vi iting brothers and sisters welcomed S. 0. E. Jleets in I.O.O.F. hail tor buslne and -social first Wednesday; soci fourth Wednesday of. ,each monl Visiting members welcomed. Pies I dent, G. Parsons; secretary, [Faunch, P.O. Box 57. X-ray DH. T. W. DENTIST, CHAD- wale North Western Dental Ity, Chicago. Office, phone 785; res- idence phono 752, Offices: Union Bank Building. DR. W. graduate oZ Chicago College ot Den- til Surgery. Alberta Block, McLeod Broa. CloUiing Of. phoce 1MU. Heddsncj phone 11M. ____ :ST. DR C. M. grnduato ot the Chicago ol DenUl Surgery. Hours, 9 to 6. Of- fice: Rooms 3 and 4. Block, four doors rc-rth of lh.e Alex- andra hotel. Pkone 410. Hsra. phomt 7W._____________________________ DR.WM.P. CRAIG, Dentist. Graduate of and former Instructor in North western University Dental School Chicago, 111. Offices. Hlglnbotham Block. Telephone 357. Hours 9 to B.30. DH. J. S. special izlng in pyorrnea. X-ray equipment Office, Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours 9 to 12; 1 to 5. Phono 1550. DH. W. grad iiate ot Chicago College ot licnta Surgery. Specialist in oral surger and diseases of the mouth. Hours 0 to 12, 1 to 5.30. Suite 3, Olive Block. I'hone 1199. CHIROPRACTORS Eyes tested. Difficult specialty. J. K. HENDERSON at Jewelry ouri: 10 to 1? a.m. 2 to 5 p-m. WELDINO SMITH SHIT! and June B. you aro sic and iraat to regain health, tak (hlropractb spinal gujuatfflenta no get TtelL Office, 205 Sherlock Bid lloura: 5.30 to 12 and 1.30 to 5. Eve Inga by appointment. Phonei 1677. ResKence. H41. XY-ACETYLBNB WELDING W. N. 'Kulh, coraer Is'. Avenua and 10th StreeL _______ DRESSMAKING _ DRESSMAKER Of .ill Kinds done. First-class wcrk and prices reasonable Mrs. Clsra Harris, Room 5, Alberta Loan Block. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND ETHB1UUUE WJ bhu loci Bldg. Phono 701. Oftico hour 10 Io 4. Saturday: 10 to 1. PIANO TUNING G. H. .TTJNBR Player-Piano and Organ Repalre JO years' factory eipertence. Ho ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. Lcrdo England. Reference! to lead! musicians ot the city. Phona 11 627 10th St S. fc Oltice noyal Buk Building. Otiirt! hours 1.34 to 3 f. 7.30 to Phcae 606. is. CONNOR, MCNALI.Y t 109 Sherlock phonec: OHIce 319; Residence of, DT. Connor, 618'. rcsMenco of Dr. JIcNaily, residence of Dr. Leech, 1007. Office houis: 11 to 11 run.; 2 to 3, aurl 7 to S p.m. R. EYE, NOSH and Throat; Sherlock Bl.flf. OI-, fice hours 7.30 to p.m. Phones: OUlo 341; 593. R. P. W. PHYSICIAN: and surgeon. Office. Sbepard Block. opposite gtarlaod roomi 1 to 4. Office Hours: 11 tc 1! a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. ami V to p.m.; Phoues: Office 7SU; resilience 414; 8th St. 3. Phone 1494. __ S. EYE; BAR, xosu anil Throat Specinlist.- Special at- tention to NOBS and Tonsil Surierr. Glasses nccantely titled. Hlgln- totham Block, Lethbrldgf, Alti- Phones: Oftlce 1530; house 481. iR. J. J. A. 1st for dlseates ot Eyes, Ear, Throat and Skin. New. Ex-studeot Paris, London, Berlin, Budapest. Hours: 9 to IV a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m.. and 7 to 9 p.m.; Union Blnk Building. Phone 1TW.; OR! J. 3. SSUR- (flSOX and Accoucheur. Oliver Kock. OilicB hours: I.30-4.SO; 7-S.30. Office phone Tlesldonce 1250 Slilh Ave. A. Soutb.: Residence phone 437. Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Offiw nd residence, 812 3rd Ave. South.: Hours; 11 to 12, 1 to 3, 7 Telephone, day and nixht. OSTEOPATH 1C VIAVI OK. J. E. HORNING OSTEOPATHiC PHYSICIAN 31S-1B-20 Hours 10-12; 24, and by appointment. Phono VIAVI A HOMB dis- orders. Successful JOT 25 yfara. Lit- erature on request. Mrs. A. 633 7th St. S. Phoae 171Z. P.O. Box aC5 Phono 1B1> class. Give full jiny. number particulars in first Dominion Labor Party Will hold, meetings on the first and instance, to Boa Herald. II-IS "month Secondhand opcrn house chairs: any quantiiy up to 250. Ap- ply Opera House, Stcttlcr, Alta. to range, by month f or on snares. Excellent feed all year. Owner, Alia. p.m. in Labor Temple. Speaker and subject announced later, FOR EXCHANGE Ifllh Ave. West, Calgary, _ Slock inifsFbc in Special grounds sha for any proposed departure from this principle, pr for the introduction of oilier "provisions as to such details, and a note shall be appended to the CG, Bnrdell. Altu. British North America AcU indicating the provisions thereof, yhethcr for the bridge, tho making of a railroad, Iramway, turnpike road, telegraph or telephone line, the construction or improvement of n harbor, canal, dam, slide, or oilier like the granting'of a right of ferry, the incorporation of any particular trade or calling, or of any joint .slock company; or other- wise for granting to any indi- vidual or individuals, any exclus- ive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or, for doing any mnlter or thing, which In its operation would nlfe'ct tho rights or properly ot other parlies, or relate to any paiilcular cluss ot Hie- community; or for mak- in which the general Act Is proposed to he departed from. Hills which are not framed in accordance with this H'ule shall bo re-cast by the promoters and reprinted at their expense before any Commjllw passes upou the clauses, 338. When any Bill for confirming any lellerH patent or agreement is presented Io the1 House, a certified copy of such lellers patent or' agree- ment must be allachcd Io U. JOHN II. Clerk of the Assembly. Any newspapor publishing this ad vorUsement without authority wil not bo paid. 'Ad B shape; rrt.on.b1e 10 r worli- price and BUY 200 Second-Hand Chairs. Best precis paid. Phone 1155. F. A. ROGERS, 546 13TH ST. N. 1-200-foot (irilllng ma- chine deep slandard rig' wilh lools. Slate prlco. Apply oOS-7 Sccur- lly nuildiiiB, Blllinga, Montana. FOlt EXCHANGE Chevrolet' car, 1.917 model, first-ulass condition, en- gine newly overhauled, new eel bat- F..H. WfLKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Scuthard 31ock Third Phone Rtl. DDNT FDRCET WAR VETERAN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFKER Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 teries. Will trade for horses. H, I. Stnrr, Champion. Alia. Apply li CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5-8 Acadian Building 112 Third Avenua (South) EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbrldge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Typewriting, BookkoeplW and all Commercial Office Phone 1315. Residence Phorw of Prlrscipal 1531, Write fpr Full Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS DECO HATING WELLINGTON DEC- oratora, Panerhangers and Kalsomlnlnft. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estlmatei'ghren. The oldest established pi In ten Io Lelbrjridge. Res. phone pnona 1752. Sherlock Lath. brldse. PhSBS 858, 117-0 A. til 8th ATers. vAN FIAAHL.EJI PRIVATE noa- pllal. 1221 7th ATC. S.. Lethbrldgs. Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gjcnl, medical ami' maternity pat- isnls. Private and senil-prirata Bates 528.00. J30.00 mod S35 00 a Write for tlon to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem. HOSPI- 5th SL S. Phone C30. for terms and Information apply Mrs. H. R. MoxWell. MUSIC E. L. COPELAND. E. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and piijierhanging a spe- cialty. Satisfied customers our aim. I'hone 1503. 5115 12th St. South. BAKERY K fit KB Y" ft co.T cry. for pastry tbat you caa depend being made on home-mad a principles. Klrbtr ft Co., 606 Jrd Ave. S. Phone MISS AILEEN M. 1'linofona Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the eiaislasjions of the Royal Academy and Eoynl College ot Music, London, Enelaml. last were mcceasful. Stii'lllJ. S'.li Street South. j__ ItiTwy H. ot plauo harmony and theory. Pupils' recitals., Pupils '.rained for Torcmtj Conssrvatory examinations it tired. Studio. 6th Ave. A. 3. (formerly Bth Ave. A. E.) WE PAY Highest casll prices' for gent's cloth- ing ami furs. King up (phone) 1730 at onco and wo will call with auto. Apply 710 3rd Ave. 8. NOTICE LEGISLATIVE" ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PRIZE GIVEN AWAY MAX SADOWSKI Has purehaied trie ttocK of Jewelry, Cut Glait, Watehet, Flxturet, etc., from EMPIRE JEWELRY CO., DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK, j ALSO GOING TO PRACTICE OPTICS Wishes to Change the Name of Said Firm Therefore offers the above prize to winner for best suggestion. DON'T Throw away Wo positively pay tho highest prices for your old nnu slightly worn clothing. Phone 1440, or apply 11J Etli St. 3. FURNITURE Bought and Sold, In Any Quantity, The Beit Prices Paid, F, A. ROOERS, 546 13th St, N. Phone 1155. WANTED on properly. TO to first mortgage, high-class Will pay 9 per cent.' up to and S per cent, over ihst. Us cellcnt moral security. A. U. Virtue Oliver Ulock. Lethbrldgc. 37- OREEMFIELD'S EXCHANGE Secondhand furnlluro dealers and cabinet makers; office flxluroa mad to order; estimates furnished. .Do minion Block, rhone 620. 6lh St South. 23-2 Tractor Cylinders Reground We specialize In rcgrindhiB gas tractor cylinders :ind fitlint; ptelons and ringa. We have in slock nt present oversixc plslonjs for all popular makes of gas tractors. Aulo Cylinders Reground NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phons 1732 T. S. FON eral director and licensed embalm er, motor or horse driven heanu Parlors opposite Court Houie. Ot flee phond 561, resldeacd Dhom 117C. Opcu day and night. Take Notice, the time for receiving petitions for I'rlvnte Hills at Iho ,ncxl cssiou of the legislative Assembly vill expire on Saturday; tho 71h day ot February, 1920. JOHN R. COWELL, Clerk of the Home.' TORONTO'S -CHARITY CAMPAIGN FAILURE TOItONTO, Jan. three day campaign by the Federation of Com- munity Service to raise for iisc by about fifty local charitable In solutions failed of Its objective by l: largo amount. The total collected In the campaign which closed last even- Ing, was It hart been ex- pected that tho city would mako n grant of toward the fund, but tho city legal department advised against this on the grounds thai Ihe city had not the .legal right to do so. The campaign li being continued to- DRAYING Of Afl WesternTransferCo, Limited C. P. FMONE4 REPLIES Have been received for following box numbers and walllnE to hi called f'jr: 70, 94, 111, 110, 110. 4 Q nl Power Contrition for Cirditon Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Largo or Small Consignments WADDINGTON'S AUaiON ROOMS 770; afttr 6 p.m., l 1. YOUN'O. A.n.C.M.--Tciche: of Voice. Pinno nnd Theory. Pupils prepared tor Toronto Conservatory eiams. This year's HaC onows obtaining a "pass." eleven five "first class one pup-1 the "Silver medal" for highest marks In her grade for the Dominion. lie- dials held Christmas. Easier aud Juno. Studio. 4HA 5lh St. S. CLEANING AND DYEING VALET SPKCIAL1STS THE VALET French Dry Cleaning. Our eliminates danger ot Injury to gar- ments. Duly tho highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate atten'ion is given to country orders. 324 6lh South. Phone OO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations flvell don-3 at reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. 410 6lh Street South. Phono 1628. GUNSMITHS UUNSM1TH5 t barrels straightened, guns restock. cd, guu.work dooo by ,i'ennsmlth. keys made, locks repaired, lypewritcrs, phonographs, nny llgh: roachluery repaired, lawn mowera tharpeiKd. D. B. Mncdonald, Indian Molocyclo Agonl. Phone 1032. (tt StreeL opposite Herald Office. Dr. A, T. SPANKIE M.O, CM. Eye, Nose, Ear Throat Specialist Office: ISt-UJ Burnt naming, comer tad !vii B, Fhocot Office, M2Hi; HOIN, ;