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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 1020 .THE LETHiiwaJGhi 'OAILY- HERALD Others Have Done fc Why Not ADVERTISING TQMY I I NOTICE TO CLAIM ANTS "AND CREDITORS b He mutter, of the _estate Ed- Ward NOTICE is hereby given" that aii having claims upon the oiUte o( Edward H. Davidson, late of Coal- dale, in the province of who died on or about the 7th day of Jan- uary, A.D., 1519, are required to file with Messrs. Couybeare; Church, Barristers, Conybeare Block, Lethbrldge; Alberta, by'the'SUl day of August, 1820, a full sta te- aieut, duly verified, of their claims, and of any .securities held by them, and that after that date the Rxecutrices will distribute the assets of the RiON, July district wus visited on Wednesday night by th worst electrical'storm of the season, probably the worst for .some yearn. Beginning about'10 o'clock', it contin- ued at 4 o'clock Thurs- day morning. The lishtning was of destructive character, two animals, a horse and a cow being killed close to town, and a building'soulb: of town was burjins during.the course of the storm." The second spasm of the a most unwelcome of. hall. North, and east- "of' Orion .much crop was" dam- aged. Messrs', Chain bers; Sinfclier and with, several neighbors wcre: more or less completely hailed.out." The hajl stones-were of .a large size.and .the diameter of- two.inches is reported in one-place: Dents 61 depth showed the impetus of the fall ing bail.. The course of ..the hallstqrin was.mosf In several, places a hundred yards 'marked' the dividing jtnej. between escapd high: per centage of loss. .Some' of. tlie-affectei crops are Insured, .b'ut this' is'.by no means the general' slatB of. affairs Garden stuff was badly" cut up b. the ice chunks. For tnos.e to whon hail, did not precipltatloi of over au inch of raiirwas mcst wel .come, insuring the fill.lng of the ripen ing-wheat.and meaning much to the late flax and feed. The ground is no' plentifully supplied with moisture and summertallow Is being well: soak etl for another .Considcrabli .plowing begun after the rain. The Sunday school picnic to 1) held by the Orion and-'Manyberrie Sunday; schools oar Thursday had t be postponed by., reason of the im passable state of the -graded road on. the Rat' to tho south A schoo holiday.- ;had been lirdclalmctij inany, young and old; Were'looking for ward to'an enjoyable time However the weather man in his despotic wav, put the 'kibosh' on the }vhole pio- ceedmgs b> his copious precipitation I of the previous night. I Wm.' Johnson, of Minda, bad- the I misfortune last.week'to bo gored by bull, close to tis'-bani He nas ibadly mangled by the brute, haMnc two ribs and' his'shoulder bone, brak- en. His coiHlltipn.ig .Horse buyers have, been in the vi- J C Fhnu lias disposed of a-carload of rango-horses to them, i- The hot weather of tho past two has driven several carliMds, of jOriouttes to seek the a j Ivan recesses i of tho Cvprcss Hills Pi'soatoml ill Aversions havt: also heeii pbimlar Eit the above resort. The telephone lines Uuro ivcre re paired by men ot'thb'repair, staff lo 'day, so thai messages can be foi j yarded Wijh the p-rospect; of. a .crop in tht. tltstrict, .the -elevator 'companies whoj have elevators here are muring pre I j puratlons for handling tlio same. Pioneer Co. are goiug'to open their elevator for business this-hardest. I Ulr. T. Nesting, of Seven -Persona.! lias been ip the district the intnr ests of the prohibition pebpld'nrfian Izlng for the referendum to be held in October.- WANTED PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE dENTAL THE LETHERIDGE LADIES' HAIfc DRESSING PARLORS HULLBLOCKvSEVENTHST. (Ground PHone 17 10 DR. M. GRAB- of Royal Collate of Betlal Sur- geona, Toronto. X-ray Office: Kooms 5 to 1, Bryan Block. Phoae 1071. 1594 No inatinee idol gets as maijy notes from" girls ..each day as does ohl Oliver Townei I get them Their notes I file iii the Want Ads-of this paper pass columns arb'urid each every employer town. 1 bookkeepers, i-casWers. ladies, stenographers, house maids and factory liaiujs. mak- ing it easy for the4-proper employer to fiud auy of you girls are a line to Oliver Towue.- 1- V-! where they will In the'tuturo reside. Mr. anct Mrs.'.'W. D. King of Letti- bridge, were guests and Mrs, Bundy: on Saturday. ;They-wei'C u'n route to the "Gap." Mr. 11. L. Gerry made'a shipment of five cars of horses'to no'rthern Sss- kotchewan last week. They-ware iu charge of Mr. EQ. LaBrle. Mr. Gerry and family are moving to the Hodson ranch to 'reside. Mr. and Burton have as their guest, Mrs. Morrow b( Drigk- Ontario', who is the mother of Mi B 0 Mp --iw I-rienrts wiil rr.-pre. very I'-arn that llttlj irno Oielarid. of Mr. Laurence .Ctclupu. has lost T.JI; i-.ight ot his cyo, nhkli.was WESTERN WAVE WINS THE STEWARDS' CUP LONDON Juh As sociated Steuaras' cup run. at'-Goudwood today, was wofl bv Western 100 to. .9; Plymouth Hock, S lo 1, being second, and Little Boy, 33 to 1, being third. Twenty-one horses ran Stearnshij) For full information re sail pgs and rates on C P R CUNARD j. WHITE STAR- _-AND ALL iOTHER LINES Apply THE .ROSSITER AC4ENCI_ES Hinlnbotham Block, Phone 1412 Information LMGES VIADUCT UOf56E, NO. 63. I.O.O.P. MceU Tuesaay Nictt Eight O'clock IB tie Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner 5th Street and Fourth 8. Hearty extended All Viiltora. K- L. T. {radiate University ol Maryland; X-nj equipment. Office, Koom s RjUnla Sullillng. Phone 1168. _________ Uil.-WILL H. Sdcceincr lo Dri. Main and Marn. Heart to 6. Ottice 374. UK. K. fiOSK and Throat Specialist, has moTed his office to larger, quarters in Union Bank1 Phone 1530, Get your glasses-from an. eye spfc clallst. v 'i North. DeoUl Office, (hoaJ 785; idence phon8v75i. Offices: Union Bank Building. IJS-C Uf. W.' I3T.T graduto ot Chicago ol ml .Burgery. .Alboru. Bloct Brm.' ClotUBc Store. OJ- tbuoi 160K RwSdaaoi pioni DR. C, H. WCNTIST, rfradttaU of. the. .Ciicixo ol Surgery. 9 to 5. Of- Bee: Roomj 3 ,tnd' 4. Kupnu Block, four doon Dortu of the Pcoot 410? .673.-. T ,.t. "we filled the froper passes. It Js surprising bow many people heve' defective- vision and do not find it out uutil a real Siedlcaly -exarnination among CD lifted men revealed a deal of impaired vision. your eyes get if .you are subject to fieadaches better let examine-your eyes and rectify trouole eiisls. '-It'it doesn't EJad to tell J. MrHpIDERSON DR. P. CBA1U, Orasiiaia of. Jormsr Initractor la Sorlh- western ochool. Chicago, nj. OJfiwi, Hlgicbotcam Block. Telejhone'JSiT..- Hours to J.-S. special Iziug m equipment Office, Suits 3, Dryan'filock. llouri: 3 to 5, UK.-P. W. trad uate of Cbluago ot Dental Eiwdallit li'iorai and ot tie monUi. Houri: to. 12, 1 to 6.30.. "S, Ollnr Poone 11J9. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITt and June D. you are sic -and want to regain health, tak _ chiropractic spinal adjustments get well.. Office, 205 Sherlock BIdg Houra: .10 to 12, and 2 Otne hours by appointment. Phones: Office, 1677. Residence, 1441: LOYAL OHDER OF MOOSE LETHBR1DGEK LODGE. No. 7M meets eyery seeondiand fourth -Tues- day iu 'the.MOOSE Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, at g .p.m. V.V O. M. L., Letbbrldge Chaptw, No. 328, meets every second and fourth Jionday' Hearty. liiVitatioa'lo'all ors P.O..Bex TJ. .Phone E.H.WILKINS SIOHT SPECIALIST Southatd Block. Third Ave. South. Pfione Res. Phono 1937. AN EXPERIENCED LADY CLERK AND A FIRST CLASS GROCERY GLERK APPLY TO GEO. KERR CO. '102.0 THE BOSTON WORKS -PHONE 1961 HAT SHOE SHINE PARLOR 'AND CHECK ROOM In' Cjeaning and Re- '.blocklnB Hats Know How Private Chair for Ladies Between Phoenix and Empress 102-0 Mr. and'Mrs. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Drewry Given Farewell (From' Our Own Correspondent) July expected ball game with Coleman did not'take place on Wednesday evening on ac- count, of the heavy rain. There were many disappointed fans _ On Thursday ovenlng the Women's Institute; were "at to their friends. The guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. H oil son and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. IJreiiry. A large number were present to bid farewell to these people who are leaving Cow ley. Several musical numbers were ren- dered. Mr. !H. D. McMillan pleased with a Scottish dance in his Highland costume. Mr. Holmes of Lethbrldge'stifprl'ned anil dellghtol thoso present with" two piano selec- tions. Refreshments of Ice cream and cake wero served.'after which nit hour of dancing was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs.'C. V. Hodson and (am- ily left on Friday morning for Nelson EVERY MAN RECOGNIZES- the duty he owes to his wife and other members of his family to see that each one of them is provided for after hla decease' as well as before, but In many instances omits to make such arrangements as will ensure his and their affaire being properly managed after tat demise.- The appointment of Company as Executoi and Trustee under vpnr Will, will safeguard and relieve them of dutlei which might prove onerous to them. Interviews and correspondence invited. British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH-STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Juty 24 July, 28 Aug. 4 Aug. 7 .Aug. 11 Aug. 14 Aug. 21 Aug. 23 Alia. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Mellta; .Prince Fred. WilHanj Victorian ANCIENT ORDER OF FOJIE8TERS Court Unity No: 9311 In SL Mary's Hall, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays.of. every montb. Bedretary, T. AriioW, 1721 2nd Ate. B. LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY: Expert Watch e-S Eyei Tested, Jewelry Repairing Glasses Fitted Issuer of Marriage-Licenses. .Dallas-Hotel' Block. Lethhrldse. .Empress of Francs. Metagama. 4 Prince Fred. Win.' MeiitV Victorian Empress of Francs Sept. Empress of Britain Yb GLASGOW July 31 siclllai" Aug. 11 Preiorlan Sept. 8 Sicilian Sept. 15 PretorUn (Passport appUcntlon. inpplled.) Oil or write (or fnll UOD, 0. P. H. Ticket Olllce, JA8. GORDON Ogpot Ticket Agent PHONE S12 Ticket! issued' on IIBtlo CUNARD nncHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL K.A. Vic. Ang.H Caronia ..Aug..21 K.A. Vlc5 Scp.ll Caronfa ..Sop. IS NEVV ANO SOUTHAMPTON Atnillania .July 31 Imperalor Aug. 12 Aqititanla .Aug. 28 Mauretanla NEW via Moville ColimiWa .Aug. 2 Columbia .Oct. 'j Cofumbla Sept. 11_ Columbia Nov. 5 NEW YORK-TRIESTE Italia 3t Cassandra Aug. 7 Salurnla Aug. 21 Cassandra Sep. 11 Saturnla Sep. 25 For full Information apply 16 any R R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's offlci SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St, Wlnnipca. Gurney-Oxford EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL FREEL ELLIOH Sheet Mrtsl -3J6 6th St. South Phonf 1713 CITY TAXI SERVICE. DAY ANO NIGHT Phone 185S, Office 409 3rd Ave. 8, Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In i VcLauglilin .Special. It costs no Trjore. Eddie Beryer, Prep. let Andy Do It If jrerar auto or tractor raaiav or needs repairing, the "kcow the eqalpment and the biggest shop in your seirlce. Alberta I ANDY TH6 RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver- Farmers When In nied of TRACTOR Repaln It will be to your Inter- tH to try US. We hare an Machine Shop and cuipioy only class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reirround, fitted with plitons and rings. NlVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave, 8. Phone 1732 LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL' FOURTH AVE; S., RFAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONtni, 24 HOUR SERVICE Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbridge Unit, No. 34 Veterans of joining the .above association, tan tain information and formo from'the secretary, L, LEICH, P. 0. Box No. 6, I-eth- .bridge. 's VlAVi. DLL INFORMATION, also Liwratnr given free; regarding the VlaTl'reme- dies, whereby suffering women 'ia become well witbont operatlom's. Mra. A. Llngard, -Vth' South. .Phone 1712. SPIRELLA CORSETS'AJTO ACCESSORIES Mrs P A 1816 7lh ATS. N. Paone 1132. OXY-ACBTYLENB- WBLDINQ W. N. KUTH, Corner 1st Ate and JOlh Sjtreet, 'UNSMtTHS t barrels, straightened, guna re'atoc ed, gun "work done by a gunsmlt keys made, locks repaired, bicycle typewriters, phonographs, any lig; machinery repaired, lawn mowe sharpened. D. B. Macdonald.-Indfi Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1032.) !6 Street, opposite Herald aECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Phone 1332 OSTEOPATH1C DR. S. E. HORNINO, .OSTEOPATHIC 1 PHYSICIAN. 31C-1S-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12, 2-4, and bj appointment. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'HE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, ttzi 7tt Ave. s.. Lethteldge; Accommodation fop mr- Steal, medical and. -maternity pa- lients. PrlTate :nd rooms. Rates J30.00, 133.00 and JSS a (week.. .Write :or information to Mrs.- f.L E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. HE MAXWELL Prlvaia E26- 6th Street South. Phone' For terms and information apply lira. H. R. Msiwell. MUtlC MRS. BA1NBS, AJj.O.M, .L.L.C.M, double silver medalist, teacher of pianoforte, violin, theory, an i har- mony. Studio, .1609 lit Are. -N. MfSS AILBBN Pianoforte. Theory; pupils entered for the of the Royal Academy' and College of last year were successful. Studio 623 9th 8t South. MRS. W; of Piano. Studio will he open for! lessons during. July- and August on.; Thursdays and .Fridays. Studio, 1238 Bth- ATC.. A, "South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE VALBT-rrBnecUllBt in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In We uaa the genuine French aystem, which cor- era every mat and eliminates poi. injury to garments, glTlngrhigh .class results..1. Special. attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1818. Collect and dellTer. LEB f AlLOR-MJIeaalrig, and repairing. High-class work, at lowest prices DsliTwy free." 110 7th St. g.' :Phoae! 1019. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well at reasonable' prices; Wo and- deliver .'goods; 320 .7th St. South. Phona 1528.______________ EDUCATIONAL __ GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge, Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Typewriting, BookkeeplBii 'and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316. Residence pfione" of Principal, '1BSL Write for Full Information. UNDERTAKING S. funeral director and' licensed embalmer, inotor drlTen' hearse. Par- lors opposite Court [Office phone 661, .nsldenco phono 1176. Open day end night SETTER 331 WATCH REPAIRING LETMBRIDGE I.OID GOLOaSHVEH BOUGHT 611- 8lh Paperbanglng. Phone (90. Avenne South. E. L, COPELAND. E. R. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a spu clalty. Satisfied customers oar aim.. Phone 15.03. 618 12lhSL .South. JOSEPH DECORATOR. Establlshecl Thirty-five years' experience In Etter- lor and'Jnleilor Decorating', 367 ,11th St, South.-.'.' Estimates free. Res. Phone 1101 12I-J156 PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano Organ- Repairer. 20 years', factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M, T. Assn., London. England. References to tho leading musicians of the city. Phono 11C8 627 10th at'1 3. L. P. S. Publications ATCARpSTQN I. M. COOMBS Deserct News DRAYING OF ALL KINDS WesfernTransferCo, Limited P. R. Frelaht PHONES Office 1064 K-W Service Station Service Station for the famooj K-W Magnetos.. All makes of. .magnetos, generators, colls, re-, paired, Full stock of repair parts- car- ried.: guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER' Is nowropen to tahe on tho' work of one or two mftrfe Coun-' try Dfuo Stores.' Write for oarticul u-i. 1214 THIRD SOUIIH. ;