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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ujl JBLY 19, 1920 LETHBRIDyg'DAILY HERALD 'PAGE THREE Others Have Not ADVERTISING TODAY Free Press Says Carrier Boys Had a Splendid Time Here (Winnipeg Free Press) The visit to Leluuridse will stand out in many way.j as one long to be remembered bv- the Krec Press prize winning carrier.-, who are on a trip to the. Thft boys awoke in the metTOpalfi of the irrigation, belt Saturday having lleJicine Hal Isle Friday night. Columns of tbicfc. btuck snmke aris- ing Into the-air In various places brought many questions from, the bc-ys as. lo the cause When they 'lold that these were the smoke clouds oT big'collieries and that the schedule for the day Included a visit to a real coal mine, there were shouts o? upprbbatlDQ- Shortly after.1 break- fast bui! Kree I'ress special coacb was taken In" low by a locomotive: and ihe- parly was con: to Ihe big. Gall mine, said to be the finest equipped and the largest mine In the teiriiwy. Arriving H! Hip. the parly was yne.l by the Robert Living- stone', ami his btutln'r. Johu Living- stone, ihe-seni'ml foreman .of the lainu. Ulher nllirluls of the mi.'ip who acfutnpaiikd Hie I'rne I'ress liver (lie purlil.i-i'-'tt-urks and billllllligs aitri InU'r ilnwn itiio -the bowels of the.uarlh SteaktuJ-. out- ride fnrnliian: Wright, niino snr: Vfiyor; fJCTJisu'CmiHs. mine foreman, and'Alike [ii'lur, Olivers'; boss. Thii parly nan dlv'ldpd Into Small groups so that all boys wuulu" have Ihorough supervision: TOlli each group was an adult mem- ber iif tlm Trne. Press and' 'one or rnore of ibo officials ot ibe mine. Powerful Loading Device One of the first things seen and ivbicli gripped the alien of the hoist the empty cars and the full ones travel all the way by the aid ot and a cable, which tlavenes all the long lenglh ot the ramifications of the mine. Passing Inspection Down on the next' door tho boys otlrm-ol "all was'the powerful device lor loading-, cars. From'the tipple, where llie'screening had been per- formed In a'most careful manner, the empty box carMs.released and slides down oh lo Ihe loading -plalform where it Is caught and firmly gripped a Then one .-en" lowers automatically while the coal pours in trorn tho chute- Afler the first ehil of the car Is" full Ilia other end lowers anil it Is Then Ihe car resumes its proper position on the tra'cks and an enormous piston shoves It.further along' lo Ihe scales. where it Is weighed and then pro- pelled; along to a place on one of the many tracks, lalcr to be hauled away to Winnipeg- or some prairie-land town' to be sold lo domestic con- On another track, which is operated by a cable, the cars contam- 1 Ing rejected stuff are csrrled off into "a gully, where .great piles of this debris have. been accumulated. Th'e boys, up" many Itair's iq, the top. 'of Ihe 1 they saw the dump, cars freshly to the-place where an operator a piston on to tracks. Along these tracks' they oyere carried by gravity to the pace-where an operator by working a The contrivance: also shovM 'them down nn Ir.clin'd .'anolher Incline to descend, taking a switch starting out on their way back to'the hoist and down again into, the recesses of tho1 mine. At ibe botlpm saw the coal as It comes from the mine (hiinjjed on carriers moving slowly." where Ihe smaller pieces drop through, Along Ihe carriers stand men, among them sturdy, Japs, who break ihe larger ciiuijks and Ihrow lo tlio refuse carriers the slack 6r .faully pieces. .The mine olHeialb said mat great .care Is being lake to improve the-quality ol the coal by getting rid.of thu laully chunks. coal? Is lakea-along to Ihe chutes, where" it Is sent into walling cars. On Ihe next floor Ihe smaller coal, wlijch will.make what Js .known from Ihe tloor ;ibuve to another set of car- riers. 'Meri numerous rtiyn stand and pick rjiu I'IIB faulty iliunks. casting! them aside, .the work and) monotonous, liut -is not heavy.. It Is! raid llial Ihe men wlio do this sort-J lug get 55 lor an eight-hour day. Aller .Hie-gigantic tipple had eiplored Ihe .Krce liarty were taken around lo the hoisl.j Vreviouily Ihey had seen the Im mense dynamos which operate thej hoist, and some of the other aient. One trace to a cause, are now known often to be the result of Pyorrhea germs that breeJ in pocketsabouttheteeth. anaemia, nervous disorders and other diseases have been traced in many cases to this Pyorrhea infection. Don't let Pyorrhca work its .wicked willowmrbody. Visityourdenlistfre- and gum inspection. Aiidwalchyoiir gyms yourself, Pyor-- rhca, which afflicts four out of five people over forty, begins with tender, and bletding gums; then the gum's re- cede, the teeth' decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to net the systemof poisons generatedattheirbase. Forhan'sFor the Gums will prevent check its progress, if used in time and used consistently. Ordi- nary dsntifrices cannot do this. For- han's keeps the gums h ard and healthy teeth while and clean. Start us- ing it today. If gum-shrinkage has set Forhan's according to directions consult a denlist immediately for 35c and e.0c tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail lube postpaid. FORHAN'S, LTD.. Mmtnal FOR THE GUMS STORAGE Best storage, space. In the city, Including good cellar, in large hrick track- age, for all kinds ot goods in carlols or IssuT Rates reason, ablo. SAUNDERS HAY AND bRAIN COMPANY J221 Second Ave. S., Lslhbrldge. Phone 732. FULL INFORSIATION, also iateratara Siren free regarding tha VlavIreiJQe- dies, suffering women' can necoma well without operations. Mrs. A. Llngard. 933 UK'St South. Pb'one MJ81C MRS. BAINES. -Al.CM, LUCJI, donble silver'medallsl, teacher ol pianoforte, violin, theory, har- mony. Studio, 1C09 1st Ave. N: MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory pupils entered Jor the eiatnlnatiohs of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, last year; were sBccesEluL Studio 623 Sth Bt- Sonth. SP1RELLA CORSETIEREr BPIRBLLA COR3ETB AND Meets In SI. Hall, on the 1st nd 3rd Thursdays of every monUi. ecretary, T. Arnold, 1721 2nd Ave. B, NorUt V LETHBRIDGE IEWELRY OPTICAL COMPAQ Bipert Wntch p.ia Byes Tested. ewelry Repairing Glasses Fitted Issuer of Marriage Llcenses. Dallii Holel Block, Lelhbridge. -Phone 331. NOXIOUS WEEDS XoHce is hereby given lhal pursuant o By-law No. 268 of the City of Leth- >ridge, owners of land in Ihe city ol Lelhbrirtge are required to remove or destroy all noxious.weeda within twen tyrfpur hours from -the publication ol thfs notice. II. WM.-MEECH, .Comtnisskmer of Public Works let Andy Do It If your auto or trgctor or needs repairing, the "know Iho equipment .'and Ihs biggest shop lu Alberta in at your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN -1th Sliver nlrs: 1S1G I Shone MRS. W. H. o( Piano.. Sludio will he open lor lessons during July and'August on. Tuesdays, and Fridays. 1238 Blh Ave A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS OXY-ACETYLBNE WELDING W, N: KUTH, Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. GUNSMITHS Giirney-9xf ord Furnaces EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSM1THING FREEL ft ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th St. South 171J GUNSMITHS barrels slralghtehed, guns restock- ed, gun work, done by a.'gunsmith. leys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. 13. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Plione.1032. 6th Slroct. opposite Herald-office. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES ___ ipeclailst in French 'dry cleaning. We are the cleaners in the clly Vie the genuine French system which cov ers every, spot and eliminates pos sible injury lo earmenls, givln? high 'class resulls! Special attenfiqnvto country work. 324 6th Slreet South Phone 1812. Collect and deliver." LKB WING, THE pressing, and repairing High class work, at lowest1 prices. Delivery free. 119 7th SI. 8. Phone 1019. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and well done nt reasonable prices. -'We sell for and deliver goods. 320 7th St. Smith. Phone 1528. Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1332 09 Sth St- 3., Lellibrldge. Farm Lighting a Specially.' Contractors (or Electrical Work- on Cardston Temple. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTTTBUSINESS COLLEGE 111 Sth St. South, Lethbrldge, pay, and ..Even Ing School. Shorthand, Typewriting, and all Commercial Subjects. Office'Phone 1316. Residence Phone of Principal.. 153L: .Write for Full Information. UNDERTAKING Taxi Service HAYING MACHINERY In Slock BINDER WINE Let us know what you Tt'qtllr scpro at tho p_nd ol tno scvoulb Inn- v FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Alfiifla Growers and Hay COALDALB 1.ETHBRIDGB Farmers When In nesd of any TRACTOR Repairs It to your Inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machloo Shop and employ only first class Machinists, Satlsfacllon In prlca and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground. and fiU6d vllh over-size pistons nhd rings. NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 8. BROS. Phone 1732 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to take on the work of one' or two more Coun- try Drug Storei, Write for 1214 CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 3., Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In a Special. It cotts no more. Eddie Berger, Prop. LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL FOURTH AVE. REAR OP PALACE CONFECTiONtni. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 DECORATING T. S. funeral dlreclor and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearse. lors ppposllo Court House. Office phone 561, residence phono 1170. Open day and night- VELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperbangers and Painters. Kalaomlntng, General Decorating and .Sign Wrlling. Estimates given. The oldest painters In Lellibrldse. Hes. phone H72; office phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. A Iberia. _' ___ and Papcrhanglng. Pbone 690. 611.8lh Avenue Sonlh. _________ BJU COPELAND. E. R. Tho Pyramid Decorating Co, Inter- or decorating and paperhanglng a spo- lally Satisfied customers our aim. hone 1603. mb St. Sonlh, JOSEPH7 DAVIDS DECOnATOR. Kslabllshed 1909. Thlrty-dvo years' experience in Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. 967 llth St South. Estimates free. Res. Phone 1101. REMH) A SPECIALTY SETTER OLD GOLD BOUGHT PIANO TUNING O. H. CRlPPSr-BXPERJ Player-Piano and' Organ Repairer. 20 ycarsf factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to tho leading musicians of tho city. Phono 1168 627 lOlh St. S. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS Limited P. R. Freight PHONES 1163 Stables......... 1064 L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deseret News Agsnt K-W Service Station Servfcn Slatlon (Jr Uio famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, generators, colls-re- paired. Full tlock of repair parts csr- ricil. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South 'PHONE 73S GET BITS ;