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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 22, 1920 THE PAGETHBEE Others Have Done It- Why ADVERTISING TODAY NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of William Henry Jenks, late of Thermopolis; In the Stale o( Wyoming, farmer, deceased: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that persons having claims upon the estate of tho late William Henry Jenks, whu died on tho 201U day of A.D.. !020. are required to semi w the tiyd'jrsisned his estate "Uy the 25lh day of August, 3920. a statement, duly verified, of their .and any securities hold by them, and that after that date the Administrator will, distribute the 'assets, of the among the par- lies entitled having regard only to the claims of which notice has Ijce'ri so Hied or' brought to its know- ledge. JMiuii ihU 7lh day u I July, A.D., 3920. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST Cp., Administrator. Letbbrldge, Alberta. Ad P ful men auci women if the truth wei'e known. Other people., hero have In- vented different devices and are get- ting patents, Magratb is the.vroud possessor'of a doctor. Atter being without one for a long time, certainly do appre elate the fact that we have one of our own. Dr. Sharp conies to us from the best medical institution in tbe world; and has had a great deal Of experience along bis Hues. He comes highly recommended and we o senu open arms. Dr. '.PJ...X Sharp is at present located upstairs In tho Itoyjil Bank building. Mrs. Davles was liken to the Leth jrWge hospital' on Saturday. We jope. for her a" speedy recovery. A large crowd of young people made merry'on'Saturday eve- ning at a lawu fete at the liouie of Miss A. Ulilier. A delightful time was spent-: delicious'. refreshments served. Mrs, J. H. Turner was pleasantly surprised by a number of lady friends on 'Tuesday last, the occasion betas In.honor of her A.public meeting was called- for Monday .evening to decide whether Magralh would, hold a' fair. Just al the hour appointed a storm passe': over, this no doubt was the cause of only a few attending, however, one or two faithful ones -were there and fel rather discouraged and decided tp off, but the general wish the people is -Vor. a fair .la be hell this fall. If another.meeting Is call ed.everyone should.turn out and'-sup porl this splendid cause. Tbe Women's Institute will, hold a tag day on! to for ttic eq.uipine.nt'of the children' playgrounds which' will be startec here.' This is an Dk. T. graduate j of- Maryland; equipmeut. Omce, Room a Rylundij Building. Phone 1165. OSTEOPATH1C Hit. WILL H. Successor to ', eEj' Kaivj. Huura 9i to 6. Office Hjintotham Block. Phaae How are you going about the task of finding that new home you're after? Are you travelling Ihe town making yourself foot sore and weary? It's no if that's 'your plan. Use a classified ad., you can make it easy II you leave it to me for I am Oliver Towno. 'River, bo set apart from all fishing for a period of tivo. years Croin May, lEt, 1920. (Sgd.) If. J. DESBAHATS, Deputy Minister ot the Xaval Service. Q day, July odtb. A splendid program music, and l instruction, a demon- stration of summer salads, and a baby show appear on the program. Allj mothers with banies'umler 15 months are especially fnvitenV' A-prize will be given to the "prettiest" baby. AH ladies invited. Our.oVn CorrcsL ____ 5IAGRATH, July farmers In district'arc'-smiling' and' feel-! ing much' encouraged account :o.rl the .recent this part. The] grasshoppers" are-making themselves known In some fields but only in'a; feiV'fields are doing much damage. A 1 number of farmers are.rpoiBOnitig" svith j Yery good TO suits. last1 was-.a' big .Magraib and-obe long: to'bo remem-J bered by 'the- aged The! guests were al! taken to the assem-] ..'lily-ball at one.o'clock; _werer taken to the dining room where j two large tables were spread-with a r sumptuous dinner. The tables were1: "prettily decorated with vases of cut' ;fiowers from the" of rMagralb. .'Everything palatable and of-the best was on and.fresh itrawberrics, home-grown, were the crowning feature. 'Over 100 people partook'.of 'the dinner ami enjoyed1 which a splendid prpgraih.of -music "and speeches were giveu. A. Mercer acted as chairman of the meeting afler-singing and prayer, the people were all made welcome' by a few words from the chairman. A 'musical selection by K. loihert, then a .'reading by A. 11. Critchflctd, Mrs, .Baker sang "Mother receiv- ing a well-deserved encore. Grandma Critchileld being the oldest lady pres; 'enVpast 80, told a funny story, and Mr. McDride, the oldest gentleman recited. .Mrs, Briggu sang "When the Silver Threads arc Shining Among the Gold." Jlr. Rosser gave a very gpod reading and a duet from Mrs. J'almer-and Mr. Rollingson brought forth applause. Mrs. Bennion was next with a humorous story, Mrs. Alice Hicli in a few well chosen words expressed her best wishes to all' pres- ent, Miss Nehekor then sang a solo. Games, fancy dancing and a singinf contest were next "in order, the ok people all entercdinto them with vim and all enjoyed tlie ilay. Jiily liexl, Pioneer Day, will be a. holiday in Magrath am a celebration has been'arranged for that day.' Thia Is the anniversary of the pionecrfl entering Salt Lake Val- ley, also the day Magrath'became a town. A program at' a.m. will be as follows: prayer, J. L. Olhb; Singing, "Come, Come yo Comic reading, Sadie Clarke; Hoy Scouts Chorus; Oration, Klmer Hlrie; Solo, Byron tanner; Pioneer Ufo in .Magrath, A. H. Crilehflcld; Solo; Klva Harker. piano duet, Cleo Jensen, Lc.or.e Al- Klori; Ladles' Chorus. Jn the aftornooli all sorls of races and sports will he hold, a'children's ilanca in the afternoon and grand ball iu the evening. Mis, lieniilon 'is enjoying'a visit from her nieces of Salt Lako City, Mrs. Daker and Miss Nebcker. Mr. Ira KIclchcr is in Toronto on a vacation and also in tho interests of the Invention of the baby jumper, in- vented by "Mrs. Sylvan Fowler, ol Magratb. Magrath baa some wonder- CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 3M M.i. Si C.P.R. Sailings -TO LIVERPOOL July 24 r.... Metita July 28 ..Prince Fred. William Aug. Aug. 7 Victorian Aug. 1 1 Empress of France. Aug. 14 .......V Metagama Corsican ...Prince Fred. Wm'." Aug. 21 Aug. 23 Aitg. 23 Sept-1 Stpt. 8 j, ...Victorian Emprets of France ....Empress gf Britain TO GLASGOW Ju'fy 31 Sicilian Aug.'1.] Pretoriaii I Sapt. 8 Sicilian" 15 Pretorlan applEcattou fortni auppUcd.) Cftll.por write for full Inforuji. lion, C. P. R. Ticket OfUca, JAS, GORDON _, ;L; Depot Ticket: Aoent V PriCN'E 512 TJckeU issued "on .alt- othtr -'.lantlc Jiuea. LOfGES VIADUdT'LOEGE, NO. l.O.O.F. .Meets efer'y Tuesuay NigLt ot Etsttl O'clock in thV.Oddteliows' Hall, Cor- ner 5tli Etreet and Fourth Avenuo S. Heartyjwelrajaa 41! Vlsltpn Cej. Kreil'k Heath, See. Pbonei: licBidento 1781. Olfica J62. DK. T. W. 'GfU'-> i. ate North DonUI fly, Cbicaro, oaice, Bboo IK; Offices Unloa 1M-0 w. gnlduite ol Chicago College ol On- Ul Surrer- Alberu. Block, ttion McLeod Ctothliw Store. Of- IWfc iteiidwu phaat >a C. U. FLETCHIR-DENTUJT. of tie Chicago o: Surgery. 9 to a. 'Ot- BOOBU Z ttQpmi Block, tout doors nortb of the Alex- andra hotel. Phoce 410. CT3. i DU.-WM. P. OBA10, DR. J. B. HORNING. OSTEOPXTHIC PHYSICIAN. 31S-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours 10-12, 2-4, and by appointment Plioca 1999.-: PRIVATE HOSPITALS HE we fitted him with the proper glasses. how many people Iiave-7-defeclive vision and do not find it put until Nature springs a real examination among enlisted men revealed a great deal ot impaired vision. If your, eyes get tired If yon are subject to headaches or rervousness, better let us examine your eyes' and rectify your -trouble, If trouhle exists.' If it doesn't we'll he Klad to toll youi J.M.HENDERSON Qractuaie of and former Injtructbr la North- western Wairenkr Dental "SchooL Chicago, Jit. OKioea, Higlcbottiam Block. Telejliona 357. Hoiws'9 W 6-30. l WhenYou Trayel, Even in Canada carry your funds in Travellers' Cheques, issued by The Merchants Bank. Personal cheques are1 often refused. Money may be lost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, on the other are cashed by- banks, hotels, transportation companies and stores at their face values, and enable you to raise ready money wherever youhappen to be. If lost they are .of no value to the finder; if stolen or des- troyed, they will be Replaced without extra cliarga. Use them for'your next journey. THC BANK LOYAL ORDER OF. MOOSE LETHUlilDGE: No. 7D2, meets .every seepud and fonrlb Tues- day, in the Higlnbotham Bjock, at S f'.m: ?'i 0.' M.''I4 vi-etblDridge Chapter, and fourth ors." .ADDRESS P.O. Boi 77., Phone ANCIENT ORDER. Court Unity No; 9311 pyorrhea; X-Ray cquinment. Office, Suits 3, Dryan Block. Hours: 9 to -6.- Phone 1559. R- P.- W. RtCHARDS-Denttst, uateJotvCIiiUgo College ol DenUl Sjieciiiljt-in oral aursferr dieeascs of the mbutt. Houn: 9 to.12, 1 f0 B.M. Stllte'3, Uloct Poone 1139. THE VAN HAARLEM Private pital, 1224 7th. Ave. S., Lethbrldge; Phono 746. Accommodation for BUT- Steal, medital and maternity pa- tients. Private In'd rooms. Rates 533.00 and a-week. Write ror information to Mrs; M. B.-Van Haarlein, Euperii- tendent THE Prims 526 5th Street South. Phone 539. For terma and information apply Mrs. H. R. Maxwell. MUSIC MRS. BA1NBS, A.UC.ll., L.L.C.1L, double silver medalist, teacher of pianoforte, violin, and har- mony. Studio, .1609 1st .Ave.i ti. r .CHIROPRACTORS SMITH A SMITH and June B. you arc sick and want to regain health, take cb-lrop'ractlc spinal adjustments and get well. 205 Sherlock Dldg. Hours: 10 to 12, and 2 to 4. Other hours by appointment. Phones: Office, 1677. Resilience, 1441. V1AVT F.H, WILKINS EIGHT SPF.CIAI.iST Southaifl Block.- Third Ave. South. Ph'onel859. '.r S 'Res.' Phono 1937.-i, FULb INKOKMATION, also Literature given free regarding the Viavi reme- dies, whereby suffering .women; can become well- without operations. Mrs. A. Lingara, Soutii. Phone 1J12.. SRIRELLA CORSETIERE1 MISS AILEEN Playing and .Theory; pupils entered for- the examinations p[ the'. Royal Academy and Hoyal' College of liusic, 'Uondon, Cngland, last were successful.'" Studio1623 South. MRS. -W. H. ot Piano. Studio ffill'te open for lessons during July and August on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, Studio, 1238 5th Avo. A, South: CLEANERS AN.D PRESSERS in St. Mary's Hall, on the 1st and Srd Thursdays of every month. Secretary, T. Arnold, 2nd Ave. B, Nortt. Head Office I.Montreal. OF BRANCH, at B; Sab-Aficner c CANADA Established 1864, R.J, DINNING, MaMgei ni and Ko HAYING MACHINERY In Slock BINDER TWINE us know 'What you require- FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Alfalfa Growers and Hay Shippers COAIAULE TRAVELLERS CHEQUES Convenience, security arid economy are secured by tlie use of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Bank. They enable the bear- er to identify himself and are readily converted into the current coin of any foreign, country. 82i THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETKBRIDGE BIUNCH--K. Heikid, Managef. CUNARD ANCHOR 7 AncH o r'D o n a! d so ri SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL K.A. Vic. Aug.. 1-1 Caronla ..Aug.21 Iv.A. Vic. Sep. 11 Caronia ..Sep.IS NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Aquitania July 31 .Mauretania Aug. o Imperator Aug. 12 Aquitania 28 NEW via' Movillt Columbia .July 31 Columbia .Aug. 23 Columbia .Seju. 25 .Columbia .Oct. 23 NEW Italia........................July 31 i, .-i. .Cassandra Aus-' "i Saturnla 21 't'aas'andra Saturnla Sep. 25 For lull informat'on apply to any It ;R..or. 3. S. Agents, or Company's ottico SCOTT BLOCK, .270 Main St, Winnipeg. THE HANDSOME STONES On view here arc not ex- pensive as yon may imagine. We prepare" tharn when no itn- mediate orders are on linnd. Mcnufncntal Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY -OFFICAL COMPANY Eipcrl.Watch HE! Eyes Tested, Jewelry Repairing Glasses Fitted lEEiier-of Marriage Licenses. Dallas Hotel Block, Lelhbridse. Phone 331. Gurnsy-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL T1NSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6th St. South Priona 1713 Taxi Service CORSETS AND Mrs. P. A.-1'arkwiftft'i V, 1816 7th Phnna 1 1 99 Phone 1123. OXY-ACETYLENE W. N. KUTH, Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun Tvork done by a gunsmith, keys made, any light machinery lawn 'in6wers sharpened. D. K. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phono 1032. 6lh __Street, opposite Herald .office. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Lfght and Power Contractors Phone 5332 THE Specialist in Frencli dry cleaning. Wo are tho oldest cleaners in ,lbo .We use the Kenuina French 'syslera. which 'COT- ers fcvery'soot and eliminates pSs- aible injury to gannents, high .class, results. Special" attention to 'country'wort 324 Gtti Street South. Ph'oneJlSlS Collect and deliver LEE WING, THE Cleaning; at lowest prices free. 118 7th St. Sj Delivery LOO PRESSING, Itepairing'and.alterations "well done "at reasonable prices. We sell-for and deliver 'goods.' 320 7th St. South, Phone 1528 EDUCATIONAL Let It If your auto or tractor radial- "or needs repairing, the "know tho equipment and the shop In Alberta Is At -your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Orll: Farmers When In peed of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to'your Intor- 'est lo try US. havo an np-to-dato Machine Shop anil employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders rcground, and fitted wilh over-size pislon) and lings. N1VEN BROS, 216 1st Ave. S. Phono 1732 CITY TAXI SERVICE AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 8., Alberta Ride In a McLaughlin Special. ft costs no more. Eddie Bereer, Prop. 5lb St. S, -Lelhbridge. Farm Specialty Contractors for Electrical .Work on Card si or. Temple. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Pape-bangers and Palnters- Kalsomlnlng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates glren. Tho oldest cstanlished painters In Lelhbrldge. Re.i. .phone 1472; office phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lelh- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanglns. Phone 690. 511 8lh Avenuo South. OAItBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Bib. SL Dajr aud Evening School, Typewriting, Bookkeeping' and all Commercial Subjects. Offtco Phono 1315, Residence Phone of. 1S3L Writs for. Full Information. UNDERTAKING T. S. runeral, director and licensed embalnier, 1 motor or horse driven hearse." Par- lors opposite Court House. OSIca phone '661, residence phone 1176. Open day and night. SETTER 33i-s'.-si. WATCH REPAIRING LETHBRIDGR i COLD a SILVER 'BOUGHT R. L. COPBLAND. E. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating mi ptiperhnnglng a spe- cialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. Phone St. Sonlh. LETHBRIDGE TAXI J.SCK HILL FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONtni. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 DECOllATOH. Established 19W. Thirty-five years' experience In Exler- ior and Interior Decorating. S67 llth St. Sonlh. Estimates free. Res. Phone 1101. PIANO TliNINQ 0. IT. Player-Piano and-Organ Repairer. 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Cerllficato M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1163 627 10th St. S. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS' WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight Shedi. PHONES Office...........: 1163 Stables......... 1064 K-W Service Station Service Station for the tamtius K-W '.lagnetos. All makes o! magnetos, generators, coils re- paired, i Full stock of repair car- ried. All U'ork guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 L. D; s. Publications ATCARDSTON I.M. COOMBS Dtseret Doris I. R, Cocq COMMERCIAt- Is now open ib .take, on the work of one or two .Couft-'' try..Drug Store j, Write for partfcul.ira. 1214 THIRD SOUTH ;