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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUAIW 31, 192K PArtB' To reach the home-going and result-producing clientele in Alberta, Advertisers during 1921 should use liberal space in the Herald "Want Columns Death Occurred News From the Busy Sugar City (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. wife ot Blias Roberts passed away ou .Ian. 31 at tho tamily residence. Mrs. Ilob- "Calgary. who leaving on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. gave a party to a few frlcndi at their homo on Wednesday evening. Mrs. liowman, ot Warner, l> her friends in town and vldnKy. Mrs. Terris has sieved Into town for a few months. Mrs. Hansen, her daughter and son are moving into tho homo lately oc- cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kinimott, while Mr. and Mrs. Kim- mett are morlnB into tho house just vacated by W. H. Klmmett. Mr. and Mrs. Trusdalo of Nemi- seam, paid a visit to Foremost a few days ago. Mrs. Green haa returned from Sunflower Has Future in South Fanners Told had suffered intensely for the j Mr anil Mrg Maclean are moving past two months from blood poison- j ;nlo lnc house vacated by Mrs. Grit- Ing. She was an active worker In Church circles, a member of tho 1st Ward Choir, an officer in tho Pri- mary Association. She leaves a de- toted husband and a family of live nuall children. Mrs. Roberta' father and mother arrived from Utah' a couple of weeks ago to bo at her bed- side. Interment will take place in the .Raymond cemetery. Mr. F. Carson and Miss Elsie Clark were married at the Clark residence today. Only the relatives of the bride were in attendance. Bishop J. W. Evans tied the nuptial knot. The happy couple will reside in Raymond. r, Mrs. H. S. Allen and daughter, Mrs. i Guy Alexander returned last week from Chicago, where they were visit- i ing with relatives fir tho past three weeks. The basketball game played in school auditorium between the Ma- grath district school boys and Ray- mod's 8th grade boys resulted in a score of 36 to 12 in favor ot Raymond. Mrs. Jesse Gibb is home again, rnur'i improved in health after her 0- in Gait Hospital, Leth- D Peas .Also a Crop Should Be Given Attention Address Fine Meeting, at Taber (Prom Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan.. a large and appreciative audience, both of farmers and townspeople, W. H. Fair- field, Supt. of the Experimental Farm, Lethbridgo, addressed the big U, P. A. meeting in the 'L. D. S. church on -o. w. Green was In Raymond Wednesday evening, on the subject ot this week looking after the installing legation, and was listened to with of electric stoves in the Domestic close a-ttentt0n throughout. L. E. Scienca department at the K. A. This Holman wos to have occupied the will be greatly appreciated by the but Durt gent word that with a Instructor, Mrs. J. F. Anderson, and llrother being married in Salt Lake by the students. CjtVi a slster at and the birth Kay Knight, Jr., is wearing the of two thoroughbred twin calves of a smile that won't come off. He is gooll tvpe OQ his hands, be "daddy" to an eleven-pound boy that thought he should be excused, and arrived this week. True to the char- lha farmers dWn-t blame him a bit. acteristlcs of the Knight family, ho ln ,lis ab5cnce Roy L. Judson, last is "some size." He is the first grand- ai..3 occupied the chair, aon of Utah's millionaire, Jesse anfl spoke wUh acceptance. Tho awe and majesty surrounding the names The basket social and dance given' o( big 8peakerB doea oot m with In the 2nd Ward Hall was a decided Supt Fairiieid, for the reason that success. A very good crowd was in at- the tarmer3 Southern Alberta re- tendance. Bishop Jas. Meeks, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. O. You Can Get it Out of these Columns Tf YOU have a message to send to the 4j people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. will carry it for you more quickly and to more people than any other at a lower cost. When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. The Herald gets them for the kind you want. Not a day passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your business. Write, call, or cents per line (Count sli words to a line.) Minimum, cents, six insertions for price four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES DENTIST We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches an 02. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. DR. O. J. COURT1CE, Dentlit former- ly of Lethbrldje, has located at 679 Granvllle St.. Vnncauver. B. C, Phone 3oy. 9300. Bay Co. "bSTEPATHIcT SPIR6LLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 13Z1 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 FUKE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Uemcdies. Lethbrldge Viavt Co. Mrs. K. P. Hunck. Phone 18S3. 627 8th St. S. 42-26 NEWS AND VIEWS Reading Is the greatest factor In edu: cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom Is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter eeo us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. H. Snow, Mr..and Mrs. M. Boyson, gard him rather as a close friend, and a most valuable official in the so- lution of agricultural difficulties. Mr. and Mrs. John Powelson, Mrs. N. Evidence of tnia appsared when, at E. Shorten, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Redd, the closa ot hia addresg. the superln- Mrs. H. S. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Nlllson and a number of others from tho Raymond 1st Ward were in at- tendance. Z. N. Skouson waa a business vis- itor in Lethbridge 'today. tendent invited the audience to pop the question, and there was some PERRIN BAKER SPEAKS TO NEW FOREMOST U.F.A. (From Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Jan. U.F.A. has been recently reorganized gave a concert in the hall last night. A Burns' program of music, recita- itions, etc., with an address by Mr. QPerrin Baker of Nemiscam made up a very enjoyable evening. Mrs. Orifllth moved to Lethbrldge on Wednesday. The XL Tuxis boys of WestBeld were addressed last evening at their regular weekly meeting by Rev. P. Johnson of Burdett. Mrs. Chas. Johnson gave a party in the ban- on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Begin enter- tained a number of the young people ,6n Wednesday evening. N Mrs. Campbell entertained a nnm- iber of ladies on Thursday afternoon. popping, as Mr. Falrfield's long suit is practical solutions, and to use the street slang, he took them all, and "never turned a He was fol- lowed Earl C. Beck, assistant sup- erintendent of the Irrigation Investl- gallon branch of the C. P. R. at nano, who spoke on "Seed Growing." illustrating his remarks from Ills wide experience in this department. Mr. Beck's address was exhaustive on the subject, and highly interested the F.A.D [LEGATES Public Meeting Friday Evening Received Reports of the Convention interest and effectiveness. Mr. Oled- hill the singer, gave two or three Mr. Charles Mountalbeth is acting as road-master over this division for (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. local U. F. A. held a public meeting Jan. 28 to hear reports of delegates who attend- ed the annual convention at Edmon- ton. Pres. A. Dahl occupied the chair and in his opening remarks spoke of the growth and condition of the local U-. F. A. Mre. Carr was asked to report the work of U. F. W. A. as outlined at thu convention. She regretted that there was no organization of the U. F. W. A. at Raymond, praised Magrath's splendid organi2ation of SB members, solos each night, which were a real treat to the audiences. Perhaps It to true what has been frequently w.Sr ported, that "he is one of the best baas singers In Western The evangelists were taken over to White move to Salt Lake- City soon. Lake on. Monday in. Mr. S. Taylor's I car. Rev. S. and Mrs. Pike spent tho; past week at White' bake, assisting in i the special services there. They re-1 port large congregations. The Great War Veterans held their monthly social function in the Man- hattan Hall on Friday.night, Jan. 28. A large crowd gathered and a good time was spent. Reports from Barons Consolidated a short time. Mr. George Emerson of Lethbrldge, has returned home after a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Bsrnum expect to BRAND REGISTER Left rib ot cattle. Left thigh of horses. Thomaa Judson, Taber. Alts. work. The community wish them well in every respect. CHIN CHATTER also dealt with the matter of prices received, and general averages, point- ing out the special advantages oJ cer- tain crops for Southern Alberta. In (From Our Own Correspondent) CHIN, Jan. are still enjoy- ing fine weather here and every one seems to be taking advantage of it. All manner of conveyances can be In the province, outlined conditions seen tnese days: cars, wagons, saddle existing in rural districts and showed gorges, sleighs, sleds and bicycles, how to overcome unpleasant features, Tne social and concert held In through organization and co-opera-' tlie houso on the 21st inst., was tion in community uplift. She spoke very much of a success, being be applied on the school Mrs. Taylor entertained a few ths way lor a discussion of un- ladies at the parsonago on Monday interest. The program at the afternoon in honor of Mrs. Griffith meeting was varied by selections from home talent, and the addresses of Messrs. Fairfield and Beck have aroused much interest in both sub- jects, the farmers being anxious to take up with the best and latest ideas in the matter of better crops. ihortly and the remarks of Mr. Beck (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, Jan. J. H. Welsh was a visitor in Calgary on Wednes- day of last week. Mrs. T. D. Hunter of Lethbridge, was a visitor with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Sherwood for tho week end. Rev. G. G. Pybus of Empress, a for- mer pastor of Barons church, was a visitor in Barons on Friday on his (From Our Own Correspondent) way homo to Empress. Mr. Pybus at- ETZIKOM, Jan. Harve Me- tended the funeral of his mother-In- north of Edmonton where he has been teaching school. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lewks on Thursday, Jan. 20th, at Van Haar- lem Hospital, Lethbridge, a son, Peter. S. F. Baldwin arrived home on Mon- day last from Gait Hospital, Right shoulder of horses. Pete Eugleson, Taber, Alta, 62C Right ribs of cattle, Left ribs ot cattle. Left thigh of horses. B. J. SHAFFER, P. O. Box 121 Raymond, Alta. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the order of His Honor Judge Jackson, made herein the 24th day of January, 1921, in a certain ac- tion and wherein Robert Frederick A. Hubbard Mitchell Bennett are F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Cth St. S. Opposito the Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PDBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadia Block, Fhone 1616. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-26 OXY-ACETYLENB WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street Plaintiffs and Robert Angus Bennie is Defendant, the following lands in j Province of Alberta, namely: North half of Section twelve Township Six Rango Fourteen West of the Fourth Meridian, containing 320 acres, more or less. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light an< Power Contractor Phono 1332 much improved in health. I Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Jones of Coal i City, are visiting with Albert Owens. I Donald Jack made a visit to the city one clay last week. The following Chinites visited Lethbridge on Monday: Mr. and Mrs. A. Fournier and son Ralph, Mrs. Har- old Perry and John Haibeck. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lust of Lo- being j Reserving unto the Crown all mines and minerals. Will be offered for sale by public auction on Saturday, the 19th day of February, 1921, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon at the Court House in the City of Lethbridse, in tho Province of Alberta. Sale will bo subject to a reserved bid to be Hied by the Cdurt. Terms and conditions will be made IVt. Keiiziii has returiied home alter spending a month at the coast. Mr. Charles West has returned af- ter spending u month at Minneapolis and other points in the States. Mr. Salmon made a business trip to Lethbridge last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bishop ara the proud parents of a baby boy. Mr. Dunlan has opened up a coal mine in the coulee, north of town. Mr. Sandy Monroe has sold his mine, and has settled down to farm- ins alone. People are g and Charlie, arc to hear Mr. Hilley well again. W. Hurchman, on Thursday. L. 3. (iantron was i at White visitor a visitor in Barons last Friday. A number of Barons men were in attendance at the Masonic Lodge at Carmangay on Monday the 18th. Mrs. A. Harris is caring for the children of Mr. and Mrs. F. Cutforth whilst Mrs. Cutforth is a patient in Calgary hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hurschman and 409 5th St. S Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work o Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING known at the time of the sale or can G. IT. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 20 years' factory experience, Hon ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London England. References to the leadinj musicians of tho city. Plioiu 116i 627 10th Street South. on Thursday for California, be ascertained from the undersigned after visiting the former's sister, Mrs. I solicitors. W. J. Cassidy. Mr. and Mrs. Lu't are I The said land is situated about three i i old-timers of Chin, being about the j miles south of Skiff in the Province They removed from here in 1913, lo-' proved, being virgin prairie. All of ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY tha said land is said to be-good arable ARMY AND NAVY Barons on from Van- Mrs. Term is on the sick list again couver, B. C., where they have been three children arrived in Wednesday of last week now contemplate settling in Califor- STEED'S SHORTHORNS JUDGED BY R. A. C. BOYS IT'S A DELICATE OPERATION IF YOUR CYLINDERS ARE SCOR-D, BUT WITH OUR NEW ELECT'RiC PROCESS WE CAN DO THE JOB TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Oppoiito Lfthbrldge Hotel. but we hope for :i speedy recovery. Mr. Mar Poy of Dblrmore made u business call at EUikom between trains Tuesday ami Wednesday. Mr. Andrew McHain who has been visiting with Mr. Uallcy for ttv: past two weeks, returned to Le'Jiliridgo Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bartlctt returned Ui fior homo ot Pendent d'Oriello after spending a week in town with her mother, Mrs. Crawfortl. Mr. Leslie Wogncr is visiting at Pendent d'Orlello for a wnch. Thn weather still ruiiii. thnurrli tndny is aojnuwlnit cohlor, hut the stock hero as well as in other places reported looks well. Mr. Heed from B.C. and MJSH KOR- ora from Foremost are Rxpr.-liHi im the train this ryen'iu; to tuV: ovnr the schools. Mr.s. 1 and Mrs. Mc- Kall have very kindly fillc'il tho cancies till other could be secured, so tho children liavo In.st no time in school. spending several weeks of tile winter months with Mr. and Mrs. A. Uussell, parents of Mrs. Hurselirmin. Mr. Hurschman reached home sufficiently early to attend tho I'uneral of his mother. Mr. Alex l-'owier was a visitor in Calgary on Friday and Saturday of last week. Miss Moil- ;r. visitor in Lfitlibr'dfte on Saturday of last week. Mr. George Hhew has returned from an extended visit to Spokane. Tho rink is now in splendid shape, lu.'nco you luivn tin; opportunity to join with tiio skaters. (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. A. C. students, with Instructor Minielly. Shorthorn farm on Wednesday, .Ian. With score cards in hand they looked over Mr. Steed's splendid herd, I judging seven different classes in Suortliorn breeds. Dated .'it L.Ahbrldge, Alberta, this 24th day of January, A. D. 1921. CONYBEARK, CHURCH DAVIDSON Barristers and Conybeare Block, Lothbridge, Alberta. GEORG15 P. POUTER, Auctioneer. Ad FRANK ITEMS 1 PRANK, .Tan. Mr. and Mrs. Hrecnsk and sons Walter and Robert i arc visiting relatives in Winnipeg, i Mra. .Tamea Nay lor was called to Vancouver on account of the very j serious illness of her mother. nvatiKolists WliilttFuIe ami Gledhill j Mrs. Geo. Cudaba has as an over hav1 just closed a two weeks' cam- Sunday sliest Mrs. W. A. Sinclair of or special sot-vires in Barons LcthliridKe. duii'ch. here Ihey put in faith- Quite u number of K'rank fans at- fni !ttn! ilovotnd efforts to liuild up tended the niairmoro-Colcman hockey siino and religious dlizraship. match on tho Blairraore rink Tuesday .Mr. Whltesidii. In his preaching, wan night. noled for clearness anil sincerity. By Mrs. Harvey Moore of Macleod, at- marlirrl illustrations from things seen tended the here ou Wednesday and experience gave sermons cjiaijr.t, GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGH3NG GENERAL TINSMITHING Sheet Metal Worken. 336 8th South. Phone 1713, Veterans in Canada, Lothbridge Uni No. 34 Veterans desirous of joinln the above association, can obtain ir formation and application, form from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O Bnx No. G, Lethbridge. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Hoys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A. Margaret E. Greenham, formerly n Have real College, Toronto, 15-21 FARMERS! need of any TRACTOR iAwill be to ypur inter- When in Repairs est to We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders leground, and titled with ever-slzc pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 8. Phone 1732. DR. J. K. HORNING, OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN S16-18-20 Sherlock Hours and appointment Phone jX PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbridge; Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and rooms. Rates and JSfi a week. Writs for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Kngland. 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W, H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music, exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 6th Ave. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. Wo use thu genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high clasa results. Special attention to country work. S24 6th Street South. Phone 1S12, Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels stialghtened, guns restock- ed, gun done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELIJNOTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. o'irtest established painters In Lethbrldce. Kes. phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock BIdg., Leth- bridge. Alberta. A. Decoratlnn and PapBrhantrine. Phone C90. 611 Sth Avenue South. 117-0 E. L. Copelani E. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglng a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 190fl Thirty-five years' experience In Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104. WINTER RADIATORS Why not have jour Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the bast Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell you it, or ask someone who haa one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON s, I. M. COOMBS Ottmrtt Doris I. R. Cocq i j COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITU1I, ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE, SO. ;