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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREES HERALD WANT ADS WILL.SAVE YOU TIME AND TROUBLE pecent Revolution Produced Many Items of News Leaks Out MEXICO CITY. May Mail) revolution "which overthrew President Carrania and Culminated in vas jitteuded by luauv inter- esting or exciting episodes which could bo reported to the outside while the coup wns In progress. Somo tho discovt-riea which have follow- ed the IttstaUatloa of new authority in the capital city, Loo, have been enter- taining. Notable u-as that revealed by ad Interim officials "of iho treasury depart- ment who announced they had found evidence of a fraud which' had netted BOinebcdy an amount estimated at ato'ut pesos. Tbe papers say thitt, when the Infaieiticables (payer money with which the'country was flooded during the last previous revolution I were burned, about one- quarter of the amount opiclally report- ed to have been destroyed bad beon previously extracted and sold at the current rate ot 10 centavos on the peso. The Carranza government had been the old paper money in as a sort of supertax on import duties and other it was suppos ed to be burned. While no disorders occurred In the capita! during tho evacuation by the Carranza government and the'occupa- tion by the liberal revolutionary forces, nor did public services cease functioning for an fnstant, the In habitants of the capital were victims both of inconveniences and profiteers. Food prices increased aiid change, which has been the bugbear of every- body since silver began its sensa- tional rise months ago, sold at a 15 per cent, premium. Tho Indians'.who sell produce In the markets demanded metal cur- livo prices to T and got u- Mrtny foreigners. f No 1 "B c'I a protracted, struggle and a food shortage, laid in ample-supplies, One American- housewife bought 30 cliickeni. which she put to roost in the bathroom of her apartment. She was too excited to heed the advice of the Indian woman who sold the fowls that she should buy ducks. POULTRY FOR SALE (When' rtfp'ylns Mention The Herald' KOK Sussex hens, from prize stocfc. each; also first vrlro cockerel, cheap. Mr. Gall, 933 Znd Ave., Suiinyside, Calgary. 156-2 K'Oil Winter laying -Leghorns. Winners of Silver lledal for Highest Winter Egg Yield it Las' Victoria Contest. Big hatch- es on June 3rd, nth, 19lh. 27th, and July 5lh Can supply up to 2.000 In one order. If entered now. The fin- est chicka you ever a Pal- mer's customer; thero'c one near you. Write for let-live Palmer, H. II. D. WANTED TO (Whcu fitSIylnc: Mention Thr HcraHl WANTED TO or unfurnished rottcgo or Oat, froru Au- gust 1st. Advertiser -Multi consider purchase of furnitur.'. Phone 12CS. 152-0 SITUATIONS WANTED (When Mention The Ht-ra 'IN FORTY YEARS NO ONE WILL 1'KEACH GOSPEL IN CHURCHES" TORONTO, Juno' Toronto man wishes Mcthmliel ccnforenco was rather summei'ffillou'tng nr breaking to do.startled today to hear the statement by 'contract, with 10'iiJ Tilan Rev. Dr. C. 13. 'Manning, secretary Apply Box 12 Herald. ot tho home mission department, that mathemat: veteran, seeks posit! taker, janitor, messenger, timekeeper, etc. Apply_Box _ ank of tho said River, thence South Easterly following the'sinuosities of :ho said left bank of said River to its intersection with the Soulh Boundary of the said Quarter Section, thence Easterly along the said South Bound- ary to the East Boundary of the said Quarter thence -Northerly along tho said-East .Boundary "to the place of SECONDLY, thosa portions of the said North East Quarter which lie to the West of the right bank of ths raid Diver. Tho land herein comprised contain- ing together 143.10 acres more or less. RESERVING unto tUe Crown all mines tnil minerals and right to work the Bame. Terms of sale to bo cash. The above property will be offered [for sale free from encumbrances save taxes and any seed grain liens. -MALCOLM YOUiS'G, Sheriff, Judicial District of Lethbridge. Approved: J- A. Jackson, LODGES VIADUCT 63, l.O.O.F. overy Night O'clock in the Oddfellows' Halt, Cor- ner1 Etb. fit re at iad Fourth Avenue B. 1 Hearty welcaras extended All VIsilori. 'Gii.i. yrtd'k He.ith, Seo. I7S1; Office ZK. Tbo OoTernmcnt grant for good roads to the county of Perth for 1519 was i FOR SALE--One car trailer, gooil as new, rubber tires, attachments for Dodge car; also twd'burner kero- sene stove, with oven, in good condi- tion. Appls; 1211 5th Avo. A, South. USED TOURING CAR 1 OR TRUCK -Call anO. sen us. Sliniehaker ali. flr.M-d.i9s shape, J500; Chevrolet; one- ton Smith Form-a-Truck, flrsr-class con- dition; KorJ one-ton truck: Dodgo and Chevrolet touring cars. All In first- class -shape. I.ETIlBmnGB TSED- CAIt EMPORIUM, 7th St.. Opposite I'ost Office. Phor.o SCO. NOTICE This is to announce that I have sey- ered my connectionz witli the Uni- versal Agencies. N. R.DALK 151-6 Ketnit by Dominion Express Money Order. lost or Stolen you got your money back. JUDICIAL SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY K J. D. C. OENTAL DR. H. DBNtlST GRAD- ui'.e ol Royii 61 JMntal Sur- geons, Toronto.' eqaipeaeat, Of ties: Rooms 5 to T, Drjan Block. Plioue 1071. DK. t. i University UsrytaMJ; ottica, Room 8 Dulldlns. Tboce 1166. _ to Drs. Marra and Mam. 9 to B. _ 374. T. ____ North Western Dental Ity, Chicajo. Olttcft. DhonJ 155; m- Mcnce phons 752. OKIces: Untoa MEDICAL LilUJ. CONNOR, Mt-VALLTlt LtaJCtl 10J Sherlock lilock. Tele- phones: Office, 318; residence'of Dr. Connor; S19; residence of Dr. McNally, 10M; residence ot Dr. Leecb. 1007. Office hours: U to 12 2 to 3. anil 7 to S p.m. DOCTOR i W. D. BUdus'.n ot CoUcte ol Surtsry. Block, WcLood CIotfclQX Sterc. Ot- lice IttK HwItkuM phon> C. M. jpduate of tie Chicato CoUeje ol Sursei-y. Moan, 9 to 5. Ot uce: Rooms 3 and 4, Empr.n Blocs. nortk ot tndra hoteL Phoa. 410. phost TIOW'S YOUR VISION? Do you see with equal clearness with both eyes? Try it by covering ono and try reading from a distance. It you have any doubt.' If. yon get nerv- ous, headaches or feel eye strain, come in and lot us gjve you a thorough ex- amination. Tiie examination is free. If your yirion faulty, you better Ott' it and have it corrected. J. M. HENDEKSON' I'.CHAIU, and former Initruclor ia Norti- JresUrn University Dental Scliool Chicago, III. Olficaa, UiginboiEim "lock, lelephons 317. Honri t tt Wag in pyorrbea; X-Ray equipment Office, 3. Bryan Block. Phone 1553. DR. P.. W. grad- uate o! Chli ago College 'of INntal Borserj. Specialist In oral Eurgorr diseases of (he month. Hours: 3 (t> 12, J to 5.30. Suite 3, Ollre: Block. Poone !1M. LOYAI, ORDER OF MOOSE I.VTTHDRIDGB' NO. 152, TneetE everr second anfl fourth Tues- day in the Mooso Hall, Illginbotaain Block, at S p.m. VV.. 0. M. Lefuhridge Chapter. svory second and fourth >Tonday. Hearty invitation to ill visit- ors. I--., ADDRESS P.O. Boi -7T. Phone 7-i3. F. H. WILKINS. SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third Ave. South, Phone lies. Phono 1337. WARNING TO WATER. USERS In the District Court of the District of Lcthbriclge. NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF POLL TAX TAKE NOTICE- thnl every Inhabi- tant ot tho City of ot tho ago oJ twenty-one years or'upwards who has resided in the City for a per- iod of two numths or more nnd has not been assessed tho Assessment Roll of the City, shall pay Ten (J10.00) Dollars. a poll tax ot TAKE FURTHBir NOTICE that 1 have been appointed to collect this poll taj, and require that tho same be palil to mo at my office, In the city hall. OIM.ESPIB, Ad B Chief o{ Police. 1XTEIIXATIOXAI, COMPANY OK AMBRICA. Plaintiff and OKORGB CHAWFORD. Defendant. THEHE WILL UR offered for 'sah- public aiiftlon at the Court House at the City of I.ethbridge, on Satur- day. the 26th day of- June, J920, at tho hour of 12 o'clock noon, the fol- flowing lands, namely: _ That part of the North East Quar- ter ot Section 10, In Township 2, Range West of the ilh Meridian, described as follows: FIRSTLY, commencing at the North East comer of aald Quarter. Section, thence westerly along the North boun- dary of the said Quarter-Section to its Intersection with the loft bank of Milk River, thcnco South Easterly, South Westerly ami Westerly alone tho said left bank of said Hivcr to Its intersection with the West boundary of salil Quarter Section, thence Sooth- lerly alonj; the said West Boundary NOTICE Is hereby, given that the By-Law governing the use of water on lawns and gardens will be strictly en- forced. The honrs for flirt rate'.users are from S to S a.m. and from C to 10 p.m. and no nozzle larger thm Vi-inch dia- meter opening is permitted. Those who have'not made application and paid for lawn and garden water should do so at once. A fine of Kilty Dollars is provided for any infraction of this By- II. MEECII, Commissioner of Public Works! Ad M Like a Guardian Angei A POLICY IN THE Farmers Fire and Hail Ins. Go. on your buildings or on your crop, protects you against all loss and gives you security that is worth many times its cost, even though you should be so fort- unate never to have a loss. your application willi airon! in yrtnr or wilh us. Suite S. Olivpr iiioi'k. or write in, llox l.ctbljviifge. PHONES '155 AND