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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHHR.I1K3K DAILY HEfULU PAGE HERALD WANT ADS WILL YOU TIME AND TROUBLE Recent Revolution Produced Many Items of News Leaks Out MEXICO CITY, Slay Jlail) revolution which overthrew President Caritinia siiid culrainated In POULTRY FOR SALE Replying Mention Tho Herald) FOR BALK Speckled Sussex hens, Jroai prize stock, each; also first prize cockerel, cheap. Mr. Gall, 2nB Avo.. Sunnyside, Calgary. 155-2 FOR Palmer's Winter While Leghorns. Silver Mediator Highest Winter Egg Yield Last Victoria 'Contest. Big hatch- es on June 3rd, ll'.li, IDth, 27Ui; and July 5th. Can supply up to 2.00KJ in one order, if, ordered now. The fin- est chicks you ever Ask a Pal- mer's customer; there's one near you. Write tor let-live prices to' T. W. Palmer, It, XI. D. Ko. 4, Victoria. B.C. V 3G WANTED TO RENT (Wlieh Replying Mention The WANTED TO or uyiurnished cottage or flat, from Au- gust Advertiser would consider puidiasc of Phono 1268. 162-6 bli death was attended by many Inter-1 eating or exciting episodes which could not be reported to tho outside j while' the coup was in progress. Some of the disco.verleg srhich havo follow- ed the installation ot new authority la the capital city, too, hate been enter- taining. i. S Notable was that revealed by ad Interim officials ot'lhe treasury depart- ment who announced they had .found evidence ot a fraud which bad netted somebody ad amount estimated at about pesos. The papers here say that, 'when the infalcificallej (paper money with which the country was flooded during the last previous revolution) were burned, about one- quarter of the amount officially report- ed to have been destroyed had toeeu previously extracted and the current rate ot 10 centavos on the peso. Tho Carronci government had been taking the old paper money In as a sort of supertax ou import duties and other taxes. Later it was suppos- ed to be burued.: While no disorders occurred Iho capital during tho evacuation by.tho Carranza government, and the occupa1 tiyn by the liberal revolutionary forces, nor did public services cease functioning instant, the In- habitants of the capital were victims both cX inconveniences and profiteers. Food fiiiea increased ani change, which has been tho bugbear, ot .every- body since silver began Its sensa- tional rise mouths ago, sold at a 15 per cent, premium. 'The Indians who sell produce In the markets demanded metal .cur- rency and got it 'Many, foreigners, fearing u-protracted struggle.and u food shortage, laid In ample supplies. One American bought 30 chickens' which she in. the bathrocm of her apartment. She was too excited to heed tho advice ol the Indian sold the fowls Ihnt suo should ducks. SITUATIONS Mention Tho Herald5 man suuiuicrfallowtnjs or breaking to do by contract, with JO-20 Titan engine. Apply llox 12 "WANTED ait-round baker wishes 'steady job in city or country Apply Box 63 Herald. "__________________15MJ man, 40 years, veteran, seeks iiosition of trust, care- taker, janitor, oic. Apply Box Herald. 154-2 engagement 1st. July, town or country expcrlRnced in dry goods, cloth- ing and gent's furnishings, also know- ledge of groceries. Apply Box G7 Her- ald. 150-6 AUTOMOBILES FOrTsAllE JlepJylnff Sttntton Tha FOK truck, Eood.con- illlloii. Grecc AdamE." "IN FORTY YEARS NO ONE WILL PREACH GOSPEL IN. CHURCHES" TORO.VTO, Juno Toronto .Mctliodist conference ivas rather startled today to hear tho slatcmeril of Ilcv. Dr. .C.TC. eecretar) of (be borne mission department, thai it was a plaia matter of luathemati cal calculation that in'40 years, at the present rate ot rtroiti. Ihero n'ouM noi bo a minister left In 1ho Canadian Methodist Churrh to preach tho gos pel, HO rapidly were the ranks of'thi Tilethodist miiiislry helng depleted. It vras up to (he clergy, to do their! to induce young people to their life to this I iraV Mr. Oliver Town u-V A1.I. OVKR TOWM'i: THAT DOTTED. LINE fve filled many orr the biulnees ond ot ae lease, a contract or a bill ol sale. I'm the man belvreen the Party o! First Fart and the Party of-tuo Second Part.' 1 get the two parts and parties .together. house: need stand vacant, no land unoccupied, no job unfilled, no rooms unrentcd, no car yearning for a too; to step on tie accelerator, .it you only on the job. You'll got the papers slgiicd it you'Jl assign this paper to carry your n-nnts iu its classified columns. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS j MEDICAL MASSAGE FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 ROOFERS THE! DIXON SHBET METAL, CO. PHONE 1057. 126-0 Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. basis- We get re- sults. .Everything in accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acaflia Phone A school dress for spring and fall which cost 4337, designed, made ami vroru. by a Houston, Tex., girl, won first prize in 'a High school girls' clolhiDK contest. Tho Government grant for good roads to the.county ,of Perth for 1919 was KOH car trailer, good as new, solid rubber tires, attachments for Dodge car; alsostwo-burner kero- sene stove, with good condi- tion. Jipply 1211 5th Ave. A, South. FY6U REQUIRE A GOOD USED TOURING CAR ORTRUCK Call .and see us. Studebaker sli, first-class shape, Chevrolet; one- ton Smith Forrn-a-Truck, first-class con- dition; Ford one-ton trucli; Dodgo'and Chevrolet touring cars. All in first- class Ehapo. LETHBKIDGE USED CAH EMPORIUM, 7th St., Post'Office. Phone 680. NOTICE This is to announce that I have seT- ered my connections with the Uni- versal Agencies. N. H. DALB .1 151-6 to its Intersection with the said left bank ot tho Eald Tllver, thence South Easterly following the sinuosities of the said lelt bank ot said River to Its intersection with the South Boundary of the Quarter Section, thenco Easterly along tho said South Bound- ary to llio East Boundary of the. said Quarter tberico Xortlierly along the Boundary to the plnce of commencementji .SECONDLY, those rortions ot the said North' East Quarter which, lie to tho West of tho right bank the said Hivor. The land herein comprised contain- ing together 143.10 acres'mora or less. RESERVING unto the Crown all mines minerals and right to work the same. Terms o[ sale to Lo cash. Tho above properly will bq: offered for sale free from encumbrances save taxes and any seed grain Hens. MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District ot Anproved: (Sed.) J. A. Jacksou, Ad K J. D. LODGES VIAQUCT O. SV LO.O.F. Meets -every Tuesaay Night SI E'th! O'clock la tie Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner 5th Street end Fourth Avenue B. Hearty waloorao irtendea AH Oej. Fred'k Heath, Sec. Residence 662. HOW'S YOtIR VISION? Do you see with equal clesni with both eyes? Try It by covering one and try reading from a distance. It you have any doubt. It you gat n ous, headaches or feel eye strain, come in and let us give you a thorough, er- The examination js free. If your vision is faulty, you better know it and have it corrected. J. M. HENDERSON LOYAI, ORDER Or MOOSE'- I.ODGB. -No.' 702, meets every second and fourth Tues- day iu tho Jtoose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, at S 'vy.-.O. M.-, Chaptm, NOJ328, meets e'.ery.seeond and fourth Monday. Hearty invitation, to all visit- ors.-..v _ Phono 713. WARNING TO WATER USERS Remit hy Dominion Express Money Order. K lost or Stolen you get your money back. JUDICIAL SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY In the District Court of the District of Lethbridge. Between: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY .OP AMERICA, Plaintiff and i GEORGE Defendant. NOTICE Is hereby given that ti By-Law governing the use of water ion lawns and gardens strictly en forced. The hours for fiat rale users are from G to 8 a.m. and from 6 to 10 p.m and no nozzle larger than %-iach dla meter opening is Tiermitted. Those who have not made application an< raid for lawn and garden -water should do so at once. A fine of Fifty Dollars (faO.OO) ia provided for any infraction of this By II. W5I. MEECH, Commissioner of Public Work's Ad NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF POLL TAX TAKE NOTICE that every Inhabl- of the City ot Lethbrltlgo of tho i ago of'twenty-one years or upwards who baa resided in tho City for a per- iod of two months or more and has not been assessed on the Assessment Roll of the City, shall pay a of Ten Dollars. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that 1 have been appointed to collect this poll !ai, and require (hat the same bo jiald to mo at rr.y. oflico, in tho city hall. JOSEPH G1LLKSPIE, Ail K Chief of Police. THERE WILL BR offered for sab hy public auction at the Court House at tho City of Lethbrldge, OU'Satur- day, the 26th day of June, 1920, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, the fol- lowing lands, That part of the North East Quar- ter ot Section 10, in Township 2, Range 14, West of tha 4lh Meridian, described as follows: FIRSTLY, commencing at the North East comer of said Quarter Section, thence westerly along the North boun- dary ot the said Quarter Section (o its intersection with the left tank of Milks ntver, thence South Easterly, South Westerly and along the said left bank of said Elver to Its with the .West boundary of smitl Quarter Section, thence" South- erly along the said West Boundary A POLICY IN THE farmers fire Either on your buildings or on your 9rop, protects ymi, against al! 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, I'lacfi your application with local nsetit In your toiyn 'or with ua, Suite .7, Onvcr Blo'-'h, or write us, Uo.-c SfiG. I.cthbritlgo. PHONES 155 AND 3'k The Farmers Fire Hail Ins. Co, A. N. KESSLER, DISTRICT REPREOENTATIVE HAVE A PEW CARLOADS CHOICE EASTERN TIMOTHY HAY Also a Few Carloads First Claaj Upland HAY Now on track. .Can give Immed- iate shipment. Call, write or telephone us for prices delivered to your station. Ton lots or ksa delivered from our warehouse. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY 1221 2nd Ave. S. Plione 7K ANCIENT ORDER OF i Court Unity No. 9311 In St. Mary's Hall, on 3rd Thursdays of every month. Secretary, T. Arnold, 1721 2nd Ave. B. Nortfe, Jack Hill Jack HoKingswortli LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE, S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 let Andy Do it Jf your luto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "know the and tho biggest shop In Alberta Is tt your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grill AND ACETYLENE WELDING We iiiive the equipment and er- rericnco to handle all kinds ot work on the lowest terms. Bring your brolicu machinery, parts to us. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldne Hotel Phone F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Third Ave. Souti. Phone 1959. .Res: Phono 1937. LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY, Export Watch osd Eyes Tested Jewelry Repairing Olacses Issuer Iilarriage Licenses. Dallas Hotel Block, Lothbrldge. Phone HI. Farmers When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to your inter- ert to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and worloaaQehip. Tractor Cylinders said fHled with over-airo pistons Tina rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1rt Ave, 8. Phone 1732 SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phona Office 403 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta R [lie In a MdLiughlin Special. ft costs no mere. Eddie Bergerr Prop, GET YOUR GAS FOR 35c The Canadian Oas Saving Device Saves ?.s per cont. of Year Oas, buys in used cars. General Guaran- teed. MECHANICAL GARAGE 4tfi Ave. and 3rd SI. 8. PHONE 1130 L. D. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deserct News Agtnt DRAYING OF ALL KINDS -WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. PHONES Office........... 1183 SlaWca Doris I..R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Ts now open to take om tha or two more Coun- try Drug Stores. Wfito for 1214 THIRD AVS, SOUTH Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TiNSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Werkert 336 Gth 61. South Phono 1713 OENTAL R. M. ORAD- ot Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Brjan Bloct Phone 107L (1 R. L. T. Diversity ot MaryliM: X-rty at. 01 lice, Boom S Rylaadi Phone WILL. 11. BUCCMSOT to DM. Marn and 9 to 6. attics USjirboUum Block. Phona 371. DOCTOR OALURA1TH, 9H Third Avenue Soulh, Telephone 1253. Office Hoars: I to 3 p.m.; 7 to S p.nv Sundays, 2 to 3 p.m. H. T. W. GRA5- North WeaTai-r DenUl fty, Chicago. Office, phoaj 785; rw- idence phone 1M. Offices: Union Bank Building W. o! Chicago College ot Den- tal Surgejy. AlberU Bloci, above McLeod Clotklni Store, Ot- yhoao BwMeuoi 1133. C. il. ot tie Chicago CoUsso ol Denial Surjery.' Hottra, 8 to 6. Of- 3 and 4, Bajrau Bloclt, four doors cprtS tha Alei- jadra 419. Bra. DH. BAR, NOSE, and Throat Specialist Special at- tention to Nose and Tonsil Surgary. Glasses accurately fitted. Illgin- botham Block, AHa. Phones: Office 1530; WO. Dentist Graauals of and former instructor la North- western L'alvcrslty Dental School. Chicago, Dl. OHIots, Hlginbotmm Block. Telcphoae 357. to J. S. special- 's Eg _in pyorrlieafX-Ray equipment, Suite 3, Bryan Block. Houra: 3 to 5. Phono 1559. K- P. W. grad- uate of Chliago CoIlBgo of Sorjery. Siieclalltt'in oral eurgery snd dlteastB of the mouth. Houra: 9 to U, t to 6.30. 3, Ollref Block. Puone 1199. CHIROPRACTORS MITH SMITH B. you are alci and waut to regain health, take chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well. Office, '205 Sherlock Bldg Houra: 12, and to 5 Evenings by' appointments phones: hoaldence, 1411. VIA.V1 ULL INFORMATION, also Literature given free regarding the Viarl reme- dies, whereby suffering women can become well without operations Mrs. A. Llngard, S33 7tli SL South. Phono 1712. BAKERY KIRKDY CO., hlgh-claas Bakory, fo pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made prlnc pies. Kirtby t Co., 600 3rd Are. S Phone 1027. WELDING OXY-ACET.YLBNB WELDING N. Kuth, corner 1st Ave. and lot Street._ GUNSMITHS MEDICAL -Y LEBCH 149 Sherlock BlocK phones: Office. 319; ot Dr, Connor. 619; residence Dr. McNally, 1090; residence ot'-Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 11 _ajni., 2 to 3, and 1 to'8 p.m. R. ElET and Throat; 115 Sbsrloct BIdf. Of- fice hours: 2-5, evenings. 7.30 to 8.30 P.M. Phones: OMce 3J1; J8J. art. p. w. and sursjon. Office, Shepard Block, opliosita Starlind Theatre, rooms 2 to 4. Office hours; 11 to 12 1.30 to 3.30 p.m., a'rid 7 to 830 p.m. Phones: OEtce 780; residence, 413; 8th St. S. Phone DR. J. S. BUR- OKON and Accoucheur. Oliver Blook. Office hours: 1MO-12; 1.30-4.30; 7-8.30. Office phoaa 458. Residence 1356 Siith Ave. A, South. Residence phone 437. N DR. J. E. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 81648-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12, 2-4, :a appointment, Phone 1959. .Bldg. _______PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1824 7th Ave. S., Phono 746. Accommodation for gical, medical and maternity ft-, tlents. Private '.rid rooms. Rates aad a week. Write for iufonnottoa lo x Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. THE MAXWELL Private. 526 6th Street Soulh. Phohe-'639. For terras and information- apply Mrs. H. R.- Maxwell. MRS.' BAINBS, A.L.C.M., L.L.C.M, floubln silver medalist, teacher ot pianoforte, violin, theory, and har- mony. Studio, 1609 1st Ave. N. HJNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock ed, gun work done by a gunsmith keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lav.-n mowers sharpened. D. R Macdonald, luilian Agent. Phono 1032. 6th Street, opposite- Herald office. Electric' Light and Power Contractors Phono 1333 BiitTIBC 5th St. S, Lelhbrldge. Farm Llghltirg a- Specialty. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardslen Temple. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- 'tors. Paporhangers and Painters. Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing.' Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters in Lsthbrldge. Res. phone ottico phono 1752. Sheriock Bide., Lelh- bridge, Alberta. DecofatTng and Paperhanglng. Phono 650. 611 8th Avenuo Soulh. MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the examinations of llie Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London. year were successful. Studio-G23 9th St. Soulh. i ot piano, harmony and theory. recitals. Pupils -trained, for Toronto Conservatory emnlioalinns If de- sired, Studio, Avenue A S. (formerly 1226 Hh Ave. X S.) CLEANERS AND PRESSERS TUB in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in cify. "ft'e use the genuine French system, -which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos-- sible injury to garments. Riving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6lli Street Soulh Phono 1818. Collect and deliver. pressing, and repairing, High-cUsa work, at lowest prices. Delivery free. 119 7ih St. g. Phone 1019. t EDUCATIONAL B, L. COPELAND. R.