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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 MONDAY-.-JULY 26, 1920 DAILY HERALD Have Dote It--Why Jfet i j -i S_____1- l i.t, HOUSES FOR SALE J 'See our before HARRIS AGENCY Pfcaoe 1MJ. Sherlock.B4ock. COTTAGES FOR SALE Three.good cottages, in North one on mh SI B. two on 7th Ave. N., at a birgaW. "Apply Conybeaw, Church DavMaoa, IIS Slh St.-South, Alberta. .ISM FOR SALft-Frre-roomedrcottage, 7th Ave, I1.MO; 1300 cash, balance month- ly. Ftve-roomed cotUat, 15Ui St. arranged. Seven-rocai- ed'henae, rjbie in, on iMJi fit, or good dlscoani for cash.. F. B. ROM t Co.. Room I, i Alberta Block, Ph'one 'ng-0 HOUSESALE iThe represehutive of ihir Mortgage Company who.have foreclos-d certain mortgages In will he hero for a short time and will offer for One large house. s-.cdcrn six and seven room .dwellings, jsputb. Two semi modern bungalows, North All well located It will pay you to Investigate these proportlss as-so Invest ment and Houses are at a premium, building mater- ial cases Is about 200 per cent higher than pre war prices; oOtper .cent.-lees.-, r Easy tarnls; j one-fifth S cash, balance monthly for a period of Bvei eight, 'or ten years Bqnal i better than pa> ing, rent. For full particulars, apply to 'Oi'.A. WAHREN, Office of the British Canadian Trust Company i Phone 1843. TENDERS i Seeled tenders will be received by the Trustees of Wrenlham Consolidat- ed School District up to 1200 noon, August eighth for the moving ot the Patlen.ce school house from north west quarter of 23-S-i? to Wreatham, and placing on foundation. DinUnce 2H miles Further Information apply, j C Ad R. Secretary. 11 NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that there has been introduced, in the council of the Mnmclpal District of Flowery Plain No M, a bylaw of which the following 19 a short! syn opsls T" i Pound By-law No. 4, being TJy-law No.' 14-1920; of the Mnncrpal District of Flowery Plains No. 33. A By-law for restraining animals at large. 1. In this by-law, unless' tliff con- text otherwise requires'the term "ant: mal" means and cat- tle, sheep, swine, goats and-poultry. 2. An animal at large shall be deemed to be any ahlmal-wlilch is not on the its- which is not under-the control of tho owner or some one.Acting in half, either by being securely tethered or In direct or continuous charge of a herder, or by confinement -within any building or other enclosure or lawful fence. 3. Subject to the provisions heroln- cocWned. no peno> at any euffer or permit any iuiaal ot whkh he is entitled to be at luge wltbln part ot tha vulctBAl DWrtci 4. Aiiy anicul U Uco, contrary .the prortaloos of this may be .6. hg mliblrHhfd aad poundkaepen 6. The ezprwsiou lawful fence a feitce ot .at least two baib wires, gottf two rots top 'wire to inekes arotn grnod, lower wire; twttaty-Uro -laobm from the ground, to be in good repair. (a) Or a feaee of at leaatlhree barb wires, ports three rodi apart, top IQfi torir-lati lacstes from, (he around, middle win thirty inches from around, kcj'aottom twenty rack- ea froin io be in-: repair.. The lawful____ for-stacks meana a posts aUteen, feet apart, four good ,wires tirvtched light, top R ire' fifty.inche. trap" ground, seobtid icctea from ground, tie two rods from any'etack, fence to be la goad gates closed. Tho provtelonB of Sections 20S to 313 and 215 inclusive, of the Munici- pal' District Act, shall be deemed to be incorporated In sod form part of tbta by-law. 8 -The' .provisions ot the Stray Ani- mals Ordinance, (he'Satire Animals the Herd Ordinance, aid Ordinance'" shall cease to 'be operative within the said Municipal Dis'rict on the coiimg into force'-ot this 9 Any person'infringing any of too provleicrai of this bylaw shin, upon summary'cphvictlon' under Part XV' of the Criminal Code, forfeit and pay as a penalty an amount not exceeding Ona Hundred Dollars and costs, and in de- payment forthwith, after con- viction, shall ba liable to ptmishment by Imprisonment with or without hard Ubor for a period not exceeding thirty days, fine ,and costs, in eluding the costs-of-Committal, 'are sooner paid. Aad that a copy of the samel may be each of the following plac Post Offices of FaUh, Pakowkl acd Oahern 1DoondaIe School House, Sec 15-5-94, R. W Henderson, Sec. 3S-W4; L. H Trailer, Sec 31-5-8-4. W A Erdmann, Sec 14-MM, J 'Jack son, Seo 14-6-7 4, W. Mitfer, 8ec. 5-74, N, M Hoberts. Sec 27-4 P Rabbllt, Sec S-4-8-4; R D Jacksou Sec 34-4-9-4; T A Oitoby, Sec 32-5 W, J S MaoFarlane, Sec. and al the office of the secretary trea surer, Etplkom, Alberta, and further that unless thirty from the puWi cation of thfe notice at least ten resident electors of the munlcipa] district petition to submit suchlby the the reel dent electors- of municipal district council win proceed to pees the ROBEKT GARDNER, of the Muni- cipal Dietflct of Flowery Plains No 33 1 i Ad O PYTHON DISRUPTS AFFAIRS ABOARD BOLTON CASTLE VICTORIA, .B.C. July a brief period following her departure from Singapore the bridge of the Brit istt steamship, Bolton Cattle was tern porarily but completely under the con- trol of a gigantic python In the early hours of the morning on the second day out from the Straits Settlements port, Quartermaster T H West'was at the wheel, watching his course, when ha pas startled by a massive head sud denly appearing through the pilot house door. The python calmly took possession of the pilot house, anil the ship took a feiv round turns without a guiding hand before the unwelcome .king ot the snake species mado its exist and fallowed tho officers to again control of the vessel The last the officers of Castle saw of the visitor was the tall of the python, which measured thirty feel in length, as Is disappear- ed overboard The trunk of the snake extended from the bridge to the water line The python was one of thre.e shipped aboard the Bollon Castls at Singapore, and consigned to a menagerie at New York AT ONCE STANDARD WAGES, EIGHT HOUR SH.'. APFjLY HlllCREST .COLLIERIES" Liu. ALBERTA A TODAY No matinee Idol gets as many notes from jflrls each day as does oH Oliver Trwne. I them good Jofcs, too TVIr notes I (lie In the Want Ads of this paper and 1 pass tie columns around each day .to employer'ail over town. 1 classify my bookkeepers, ladies, etenographers, house maids factory hands, mak- ing it easy, for He proper employer to Cud them. It any of you girls are looking for a better paw over a line to Oliver Towns. A. COSMOPOLITAN LEGISLATURE (Ottawa Journal.) Tfie1 cosmopolitan nature of toba Is reflected In'the'names of the 'members- lature.: The constituency of Carillon elected a-man by the name'of Dyprez of the oldest English1 speaking settlements In the province, is represented by a rrtembT with the jaw-breakiiig name; Of: Yaminiascbak. The riding of Ethelbert has a iri'jm- with the euphonious name of Hoyherczuh Qimll, the original Icelandic settlement on Lake Winni- peg, is naturally represented by a man with 'the.' name 'of i-jelsted, -but' it seemB'rather' an anomaly that a con- stituency named after England's pa- tron saint, should tie represented by C.''KrlsUahsen. There ate, of course, several French Canadian members Hon. T..H.: Johnson; the Attorney- was .born .InvIceland.. 'jbh'n Williams, 'member for ft .a Welshman .while F J the lead- ,er of .the was born in England eastern province is represented in the Legislature r v Mrs Rogers, tip only woman elect ed is apparently the only native born She is a daughter'Of an old Hudson Bay factor The neiy Legislature, with its dozen odd "nationalities'and half dozen parties, will be a real melt- Ing pot and the duty of Speaker does not promise to be an enviable one COL. STIBBARD'S FINE RECORD WINNIPEG, Man July 24 lieutenant in theUSith infantry bat talion, which left tere In chief of the British railway inmipS m Russia, with the; rank of lieutenant- colonol is 'the record of Lieut -Col C C Stibhard, DSOT a Winnipeg man, who returned hero recently, Col Stib bard sened overseas with the Cana dian forces for i the rank of lieutenant, alter which period he at'ached to the staff of Geddei, then director-general of trans- portation. In November, he nas ordered to Russia to assist in the reorganize, lion of railways .on the' Mur- mansk front. Following the evacua- tion of the'North Russian front, Col. Stibhard was appointed to the railway advisory staff for South Russia, and he heldv the appointment of. officer commanding railways in JBkatorlnodar and also for the whole of Crimea. Por his services on railway work, during the war -Col. Stibbard ,was awarded the D.S.O., the Russian orders of St Sfanilaus and Ste Anne, while he was also twice mentioned in despatches He was a passenger on the Carpathla when this vessel was-torpedoed by the Germans" and through this experience he lost all his credentials referring to his work Ih France. ARGENTINE LOADED UP UNSALEABLE WOOL BUENOS cessation of the demand (or coarse grades; of wool for army uniforms and! the re-' of Average In spite of the; high cost of buy cloth- Ing made of the coarse grades, as left Argentina with more than pounds of almost unsaleable wool on Its hands, according to facture of woolen cloth, interviewed by La-Naoidn..-'.. This huge quantity.will he Increased onrlng the shearing season In-July and As the production of w.ool In this country is growing year by the; problem pf selling. the coarser grades Is considered VOTV: ous.' One reason for the situation Is that formerly Argentine sheep breed- ers had thought more of the meat than the wool, with the'result :that their ,gtock became, mixed'and the consequent wool coarse and not uni torn.' -LODGES VIADUCT LODGE. NO. 54. every Tncoay Night O'clock In-the Oddfellows' Han, Oor- Mr 6th Street ud Fourtli Avenoe 0. weloooe extended All VUlton. Ota Fred'k Heath, Bee. Reiidenee MS. LOYAL MOO3B LETHBRIDGE LODGE. No 7M( every ijecopd and fourth 4ay in the Moose, Hall, Htginbothani Block, at 8 p.m W. 0 M. L, Letihridn Chapter. No 328, meets every second aad fourth Monday. Hearty invitation, to all visit- I ADDRESS PO Box 77. Phon ORDER OP FOHtrrUM Court Unityx No. 9311 m St. Marys.Hall, on the let acd 3rd Thursdays of every month. Secretary, T. Arnold, 17Z1 Znd Ava, B. Let Andy Do It If your auto or' tractor radiat- or needs the "know the equipment biggest shop in Alberta Ii at your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 4th Next Silver Guraey-Oxford EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMlTHING FREEL iiLLIOtT Sheet Mtlal Werlnn 356 6th 8t South Phor.c 1715 FOR SALE THE NEW CROP Of Hay is for ship- i ment. MIXED TIMOTHY 4 ALFALFA STRAIGHT TIMOTHY STRAIGHT ALFALFA Ality, 'lowest prices, anil cxccnent service' guaran' teed. j' SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 Second Ave. 732 Earmers When In need ef any ThACTOft It will to inter. try US. We have an up tfrdate Machine Shofc and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction in pries and workmanship. Tractor regrounS and fitted wllhTiver-sIze pistons and NIVEN BROS. 218 1rt Ave. S, phone 1732 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVEmH St." (Ground Ptme 17 10 v I V 1KU i Farns Service Agency Scientific Collections Rverywlfere. Contingency We tot re- ioltj, BTerythiLi in accountancy. Prompt attention.- Phone HE SEES we lilted with the proper glasses it Is elirprisisg how many people. have defective vision and do mot find It out until Nature a real alarm. Mod leal examination among enlisted men revealed a great of impaired vision. If your eyes get tlrefl easily, if you are subject to headaches or nervousness, better let us1 examine your eyes and rectify your if trouble eiisle It doesn't' well be glad to tell yon. J. M; HENDERSON F. H. W1UONS r SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third South. Phone Res. Phone 1M7. LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY Expert Watch Jewelry Fitted Issuer ot Marriage Licenses. Daltu Hotel Block. Phone 111. CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT' Phone bffiw 3rd Ave. 8, Lelhbrmge, Alberta Ride In a McLaughlln Speclil. It colts ro more. Berger, Prep. HAYING 1 MACHINERY In Stock t BINDER TWINE us know ' require. FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Alfalfa Growers and Hay i. 'Shippers COALDALB LPTHBRIDOB LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL FOURTH AVE. fiFAR OF PAUACE CONFECTIONLrtl. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 MNTAL K. M. -GIBSON -owner ute of Hayal ot Dental Sur- geops, Torocto. X-ray KjuIsaieW- UKlce: Roouu 5'It 7, Bvas Block. Phone OK. L. T. ALUtS-Deemt. of Maryland; X-nj Office. Kootm i Bnllalag. Pfcoo, nia. UK. WILL HTliAHafi-DBNTWT- eatoBMor to Dra, Mam aad Mam S to B. Office Block. Phoae OK. _ __ tate" North "Weatm }ly, Chlcaro. OKba, a. .w. Dea- Block,