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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 21.J920 THE -LETHBHIRGE DAILY HERALD. PAGR THREE; Others Have DoM It-Why u FOR SALE (MisctUahebus) (Continued.) FOR large coal healer, out open (rent coal Both In fine condition, Apply 303 oth Are. S. 181-0 PIANO; by well known Canadian maker. In utln finish, mahogany cate, buigalow style. In perfect condition, at good u new. For sale'at a bar- tain. Addren P.O. Box 813. 186-3 ELECTRIC PIANO, with Flute and Harp Can be operated bj or played by hand, Made by the Standard Co., of k) lit. Instrument Is practically' new. A splendid opportunity for own- building! Price and terms most reasonable. Write (or de- tails to Box 99 HeraM, or phone 1601. 179-0 'Wheat in Districts as Good as Any They'Saw on Trip' Our Own CorresuouUuut) July Lila who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Joe Williams left on Thursday for Great Falls to meet her daughter Misa Ruth who was en route from' Chicago, where she his been at- tending St. Zacharv'B scUool.. Mr.1 {j eo.'Evans returned from-Cal- gary last Monday1, and was very much Improved In health. A< number of out residents are at- tending, the Chautauqua in Carman- Rev. Stenlake took part in the Union services In the tent Sunday. .We are pleased to elate that Sr. Paulson, Sr., who has bean very sick to Caftitry is reported to be' entirely out joT' dan fer. Mns.'A. Hoode and children left on Thursday for a visit with relations and friends In Dalton. Minnesota. Mr. A. Hoode accompanied-them as far as Saskatchewan where he has farm Ing interests to look after. G.- Peterson and grandson, Roy of Swift Current are visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Williams. John Texton who have been firming the Henry fichnelder farm left (or some part in Britlih-Colnmhia last .week. Mrs. Engleaart and son Archie, left for their home In TJphani, North Da lota; Thursday. Mrs.. A.'Hoode .was hostess to the Norwegian Ladles' Aid last week. 'There is'reported to be a scarcity help. Mr.-Tom Haner.Bnd Mr. and Mrs O. .W. Oliver and Shirty returned from their overland trip to Wayne, Alberta last Monday.-- and -Mrs. Alpin McAlplr.e and arrived h'ere from De- last Saturday: They made the entire distance of two thousand fonr.'hundred and. thirty miles in. seventeen days.in their au .tomoblle, and Died only one hnndrec and nineteen gallons of gasoline and six quarts-of-Oil. They motored .on the Lincoln Highway 4s far as Oaage then came north through Minnesota and Manitoba and across Saskatchewan. the wheat In -this- district was as good as-any that they saw on their trip Mr. and Mre; McAiplne are en route to 'Vancouver. MHEAISTRIDF 'cured for Three. Had to Be Saved from Drowning Our Own Correspondent) ORION, July Monday 12tb, ho greater part of this district'was (sited by the heaviest ram of. the reason. The storm started north own and for three hours the mols- uro camo ,d6wn, the Wegan coulee eminded one of early Spring as it .arrted a good stream-ot water flve lays after the storm. Ono fanner tad to hurry-out during the storm .0 .aave his pigs from drowning. Tho urlous thing about the storm, was hat four miles south of town only a imall amount of.raln fell. Several ematkeil on tho nearness of the ightniDB to them; it seemed Only a ew yards away. Mr. J. SchofEeld, Inspector of schools, has been spending a few days in the district visiting the schools, i' t Improvements are being made on he roads around Orion. The hill'-on :ho Mindu; Road is to he attended o as it is considered dangerous to anyone travelling at night. FERN1E LADY IS FINED FOR LIQUOR EN HOTEL (Special to the" Herald) FBRNIB, July Magis- :rate TVTiimster had another liquor case before' him .ibis morning when Mrs. Wyatt, of the Hotel Fernie was charged with '.having liquor in her lotel contrary to the law regulating the handling and sale of liquor. Chief Lawaon and .Constable Dun- ap swore to haying found intoxlcat- rig liquor In the Hotel: Fernie last Friday and a Dottle said to contain Iquor was, put in' -evidence.' -.Mrs. Wyatt pleaded not guilty -when asked to plead and the evidence of tha two policemen was taken and the magis- trate assessed a fine of seventy' dol- lars and.costs, as had been done in the case of iMs. William Mills.who was: before His Worship last Satur- day. v ADVERTISNG GIRL TRIES TO RESCUE .t DROWN MOUNT PORB3T, Ont.1, July While-crossing a footbridge over the river here Dorothy Max well, four yeara.'bid, fell in. Reta Cook, aged 15, hastened to the rescue where the current proved "too strong for her'and both girls were drowned. 'WARE OUIJA TRENTON, N. J., July Report j filed with the ties by (Dr.' Marcns A. Curry, medical director of the New Jersey State Hospital for tte Insane at Morris Plains, fle-: Clares that the outja board threatens.to Increase the num- ber of state asylum patients. The the ouija with occult'psychic phenomena as ..factors in im- balancing-the normal menial state." FP PAINTS IRE .Vfeit Paid, by Coleman Ladie, To SanHonum Was Great-' ly Appreciated ('ftom Our Own Oprrespondent) Joe Mcllhagi left on Thursday night for Montrea where he expects to meet his siste who Is coming to Canada for an ex tended visit. 'Mr. and Mrs. Miko Murphy had a their, guests, 'Mrs. Murphy's sister, liira. YVitson and children, Mrs. Harry Hammond and gbnB spent a.few days in Lcthbrldge.laal week. Miss Anna Penman went to Calgary on'.Friday for her vacation. Mr. Coombs of the Lethbrldgo Herald was visiting here on Thurs- day. I The boys at the "San" were highly entertained on Wednesday last by tho ladies of Coleman, to feay they had a great time is putting It very mildly, and the ladles arc to be congratulat- ed on tho very enjoyable afternoon. Mrs. T. Hall Is spending a .short time In Frank In order to be with her husband who Is receiving treatment at th's "San." .Mrs. A. J. Bials spent a few days in Lethbridgo the guest ot her (laugh- Mrs. LUly Sutherland. Engineer Welsh made, a business trip to Lethbrldge Friday. We hive for bur night operator Mr. T. formerly of.Crow'8 Nesf. .Mr. and Mrs, Hobt. Grooxs left last week for an extended vacation at Seattle and other western points. Mr. Hall Is relieving Mr. Crook's tn the latter's absence. Mike Brown, a former Frank lad is vliltlng with. Archie Dials and .other hoy friends. Mrs. Harry Hammond has aa her meat her mother from Lcthbrldgc. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murphy left the first of the week for LethbrWge' where they will spend a few days, after which they will leave for the coast. Mfj F. Murphy is on the sick list. Mr. Oeo. Tapp takes charge of tho west-end wort train In Conductor Murphy's absence. r. T. Lottos of Hlllcrest was the of Wj 0. .Webb 'pa Sunday, V Real-Frail Desserts "The Rarest Sort The only which las fruit-juice sealed in is Jiffy-JelL No flavor can take the place of' frnit. For Jiffy-Jell the iraii is crushedj condensed and sealed in vials.- ;'A bottle of this liquid essence comes in the-pack- age. And sbgar is sac-, sweeten Jiffy-JelL Jrffy-Jtll comes in ten flavors. Try loganberry and pineapple for desserts. Try lime-fruit flavor for (art salad jell, try mint for a re- freshing mint jell. HOME KHUNTERm THE LETHBR1DGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone 1710 How are you going about the task of finding, that new home you're after? Arc :you travelling tho town making yourself foot sore and weary! It's no easy task if that's your plan. But you can make it easy if you leave il to me.- Towne. Totem Land Is Calling I SUFFERED FIVE YEARS Finally. Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound. fire years I .ins caused by displace- ment, of my organs and in my back. All of this time I was unfit for work and was taking different medicines that I 1'nonght were good. I saw the advertise- ment in the papers of Lydia-.E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and took it faithfully. I am _______. now In perfect heal th ray own work. I recommend it to othcn, and give permission to publjsh this letter in jour, little books and in the a testimonial Earis Ont, will ConTmue to suffer long u more than we' can understand, when they can find health In Lydia E. Pinkham's yegBtabfc Compoundl For forty it haa been the stand- ard Kmedy for female ills, and has rs- itorso1 the health of thousands of women who hare been troubled with such ail- menti displacemehte, inflammatiuTi, Tilceratlin, irregularities, etc. K, special advice write to Lydii B. Pmkham (confi- Lynn, Your letter vfill be opened, read and answered by i wemai uii beld in strict ha flashing peaks and ita totem poles, mal fisheries, poM 'nil hi rig and ks will re- jfurenata as 'nothing else. to reach through CANADIAN PA- CIFIC Go in luxurious comfort on yacht lilt a Princess line of Canadian Pacific LODGES VIADUCT LODGE, NO. 6i I.O.O.F. Meets: Tneiaay Night at Euthl O'clock' Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- Her 6th Street and Fourth.Avenue fl. Hearty welcome extended All Gtj. FredTt. Heath, See. Phones: Residence 1781. Office QF MOO3D LETHBRIDGE LODGE. No. 792 meets and fourth Tues- day ill the ..Moose Hall, HigiDbothi Block, at ff. 0. -Letiihriage Chapter No. 328, meats every second and fourth Monday.. Hearty Invitation to all visit ors......J .b; -BCT 77- Phone. AMOIEMT ORDER OF POREITER9 Court Unity No. 9311 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEDICAL MASSAGE 1590 EAVETROUGHING TUB DIXON SHEET METAL, CO. PHONE 1057. Farrjs Service Agency. Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. We. get re-. suits, Eve'rythlng la accountancy. Prompt a'tlciitloD. 1 Acadla'Block.- -Phone 1616. HE SEES WITH we with the proper glasses. It Is. 'surprising how mauy people haVe.. defective vision and do not Nature springs a examination among enlisted men revealed- a-.great deal of'impalredOvision. eyes ret tired easilyV'lf you are subject to tervousne'ss, better let us examine and rectify your trouble, exists., it doesn't to tell you." F.RWILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Blocfe. Third Ave; South. Phone 1959. Res. Phono 1937: An Old Dish. They're frankly 'old in style of cooking. The flavor is that we re? member as youngsters at home. A flavor of catsup is added lo give them zest. We put this in be- cause we always want- ed a bit of mother 's catsup when she baked beans for us. ASK FOR ACANOF QUAKER BRAND, :Meets In Bt. Mary's Hall, on tia 1st Thursdays of every month. Secretary, T. Arnold, 1721 2nd Ave. B. HAYING MACHINERY In Stock BINDER TWINE us know you rfc'quire, FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Alfalfa Growers and Hay Shippers COALDALE LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY Expert Watch aid Eyes Tested Jewelry Repairing Glasses f'ittei Issuer of Marriage Licenses. Dallas Hotel Block, LethbridRe. Phone 331. Farmers When (n need of anyTRACTOR Repairs It will be to your to try US, Wo havo an up-to-dato Macbing Shop nnd employ only first class Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground. and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. Ave, S, Phone 1732 WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASflNGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS' INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES. OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER 3HA.FT BEARINGS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And 'other" r'epajr'a' for tbe-' Case, Keeves, Rumloy and other popular makes ot Steam anil Gasoline Tractors. Wo have tho best facilities for straightening and truelng Crank Hhatta, Ho- boring Cylinders, nnd doing oth- er The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED.. Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVETROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING EREEL ELLIOn Shiet Metal Worireri 33S 6th St. South Phone Taxi Service CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1355, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Ride In a MeLauglilln Special. It costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prop. LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK KILL FOURTH AVE. 8., REAR OP PAtACE 24 HOUR SERVfcE PHONE 664 OENTAL R. M. GRAB- utte of Royal ot Dental Sur- Toronto. X-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 to 7. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. R- L. T. University of X-ray Office, Room H Rjluda Building. Phone 1161. __ _ MEDICAL DR. NOSH arid Throat moved: his office to larger' quarters' In the Unon Bank Building. Phone 1530.; Gei your glasses-from an eya clallst. V K.. WILL H. Successor to Dn.'Uair: Mam. Hours 9 to 5. Office Block. Phoaa 374. R. 1. W. GRAC- North Weatarn DanUI ity, Chicago. Of Gee, phoni 78S; rea- iaence phone 753. Offices: Onion Bank Building W. D. gradual o( CMcag'j College ol Dea- ttl Surgery. Albsrtt Block, tbove McLeod Store. Of- Uce puooe R. C.. M. DBNTIST, graduate of the Chicago'College ot Burjery. to 6. flee: 3 Kuipreu BJock. four iloora north of the Alex- Phone tio'. phone K. Wii. p. CRA10, Dentist ol and former'Instructor In North- western University Dental ScaooL tuicajo, IK. offices, Higtabotcam 6 30 367. Hours a to JR. J. 8. special- izing la pyorrhoa; uciulpmeuL Office, Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours: to o. Phono 15691 R-.f- W. uate-of Chicago-College of Dental Hprgwr.-. Specialist In oral surgery and diseases of the. mouth, Hourj: 12, 1 to 6.30.. Suite 3, Paona llss. 1M1TH SMITI and June B. are sick and wanf to regaiDirh'eiiHh, tafc chiropractic spinal adjustments anu .get well. Office, 205 Sherlock. Bldg 10 to.12, and.2ftb'l. Othe hours by appointment. Phones: Office, 1677. Residence, 1441. VlAVi PTJhL, INFORMATION, also Literature regarding th'o Viay'i renit. dies, whereby suffering women-can become well without operations. Mrs. A. Llngard, olfics 933 ?lh St South. Phone 1712. SPIRELLA CORSETIEJSE' ;cpii ACCESSOH1ES Mrs. F. A. Parker, 181S 7th Ave. N.' Phone 1122. OXY-ACETYLENB WELDING' W. N. KUTH, L Corner 1st .Avo. and lOlh Street. GUNsWffTs" GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns-restock cd, gun .work oone by a.gunsmith keys made, locks bicycles typewriters, phonographs, any "Ugh inachtne'ry- repaired, lawn mower sharpened. -D. E. Macdonald, India 'Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6t Street, opposite Herald' offlcei .Electric Llgbt ana Power Contractors Phono 1332 OSTEOPATHIC DB J. B. HORNING, OSTEOPATIUO 20 Sherlock Gldg. 10-12, 2-4, and by appointment Phone 1939. ___PRIVATE HOSPITALS. THE VAN HAARLEM PrivateTloJ Jllal, I22i 7th Ave. S., LclhbrldgeS Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, mefiital and maternity pa-' tients. Private ,nd semi-private rooms. Rates 130.00, and J35 a week. Writo tor information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlom, superin- tendent THE MAXWELL Priraia 526 5th Street South. .Phone 639. For terms and information apply Mrs. H. R. Maxwell. MUSIC MRS., BAINES. A.L.O.W, L.L.C.M, double silver mednltit, teacher pianoforte, violin, theory, and bar-' mony. Studio, 1609 1st Ave. N. ___ MISS AILEEN M. Flaying and entered' for the examinations of the Royal Academy and. Royal College ot -Music, London. last-year, were successful. Studio 623 9th'St. South. MRS. W.: H. of Piano. Studio will be open for lessons during July and August on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays; Studio, 1238 5th Ave, A, Sonth. CLEANERS AND THE m dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. .'We oso the genuine Frfinch system, which ,cov- era spot and eliminates..309- Injnry.to garments, giving'high' class results: Special attention to country work. 324'6th Street South. Phone.1812. Collect and LEE Cleaning pressing, and repairing.. High-class Tfork, at lowest prices.' "Delivery -free. 119 7th SL S. Phone 101J.' LOO .SAM--CLEAN1NG, PRESSINa, Repairing and alterations .well -'dona at reasonable prices. We and deliver goods. 320 7th' 'Stl South. Phone 1E28." EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS 8th St. Sonth, Lethbridge, Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and. all Commercial Subjects.' Offlce Phons'1315. Resilience Phone of Principal. 1B3L-" Write for Full Information'. UNDERTAKING 5th SL S Lelhbridge. Farm Lighting a Specialty. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. DECORATING WELLINGTON Tho Decora- tors, Paporbangers and Painters. Kalsornlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimated nlven. Tho oldest established painters In 'Lethbridge. Res. phone 1M72; nfflce phono Sherlock Bldg., Leth- _____ A, MEAD .Paperhanglng. Phono S90. 611 Slh Avcnuo South. v B. L. COPELAND. R. n. KENT" The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter for decorating tsni paperhanglng a sps- daily. SatiEfled customers onr aim Phono 1S93. 516 12th SL South. josBpiT IDS OK; DECOIIATOR. EstabllBhed 1909. Thirty-five years' exporlenco In Biter- for and Interior Decorating. 987 llth St. South. Hstlmatcs free. Res. Phone 1104 PIANO TUNING O, H. CRIPP3-EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to tbe leading musicians of tho city. Phono 1168 627 10th St. S. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON MM. COOMBS. Deseret Agent T. S.. funeral director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearse. Par- lors opposite Court House. .Office phone B01, residence pnaiia 1176.-' 1 Operi night RlNGMAKER- WORK DIAMOND.IJEWtLlERlA SETTER si LETHBRIDCE COLD siiVER BOUGHT; DRAYING OF ALL KINDS WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight Shstfa. PHONES Office........... 1t63 Stables 1064 K-W .Service Station Service Station fjr the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, generators, colla re- paired. x Full stock o( repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. .MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. A 518 4th South PHONE 735 Doris L R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOQRAPHER i Is now open to take on the work of one or. two moro Coun- try Drug Stores. for 1214 THIRD AVI, SOUTH ;