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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -MONDAY, JUNE 1020 THE WirHBJRlUUK DAILY .HERALD TO SELL, TO BUY, TO RENT-AHERALB WANT AD DOES IT ALL SALE (Agricultural) (When Mealbn .Herald) TOR John Peers gang P'ow, a> good as Apply Taylor Mitt- lat Co. H9-0 KOK milk cow, six years old, milking now. Apply John'Buf- 1th St. N. 1624 FOR just fresh. Ap- ply C. Dogerton. balf-DilIe cast anil halt-roila nort'n. ot jail. Foil SACIPTwo good freah COWE, oae wilh calf, or will sell cows without i-alf. Appls 1033 Jth St. N_ Stafford- 151-6 -FOR good -wagon, also 'saddle niare.Mtnd nvc head good horses. 0. Coyle. Wo 17lh St. North. 161-6 TWO HORSES, holh five years old, ar.d also .ono good saddle hoi'iC'for sale cheap. Phono evenings 1C If, city. LAND .TO RENT Rep'-yin's Jinitkm Tim Haraldj HENT.-10 acres growing "timothy, J900 per acre; 4VJ miles trom Leth- crldgc. Apply-A. M. relerson, Barn- SITUATIONS .WANTED (Tfli.-n The Utralil! Po s it ion as driver. Box IGg Heralrt. 161-C man wishes year- ly Job raucb. Can handle dry, irrt gated, or'stock ranch, and run trac- tor.' 0. Ifbpslawi. 604 6th Ave. S. 168-6 SALE (When Replying Jlentlon The Htrald) ALFALFA MEAU- THE ONIVERSAL FOOD It you-Iiave any run down slock, try''a'.bag or .two, pad 'you will: be surprised. how quick they pick up. ;i FOR SALE IN DAG OR TON LOTS. ALFALFA, VTIMOTHY, FOR SALE LOCAL'iHIPiJENTS OR CAR- LOTS. PHOHB R217, OR WRITE .1 Farmers Look for' 2a-Bushel Average If Weather Right for Few Weeks. (From Our Ojjrti. j VULCAN, Jaao heaVy shower st night and another lais morning hich ana soaked dowu three to four iches gladdened tho hearts ;ot 10 farme-j here. This will Jwt abont each down to Ihe old moisture and -ill bring the growing y crops .Hong or soaao lime. In tact'Killi a couple oro like Ihose thero will be plenty rf-molslure lo soe through 11 harvest." Ideal trowing weather as prevailed for some lime 10 atmosphere-is warm and moisl oday, with promise of more rain short y. The enmmerfallow and breaking s looking particularly well, and some f tho sliibhle Is good. ccount of the idleness spring tho weeds got -somewhat a. Etart o he grain, and In some cases whe're he soil has not been property worked own, will have a lendency to choke it ut to a certain extent. The cutworms did some little danj- ,ge on the high spots of the Btubble, low lying land, al- hough some faraicrs; suffered iiuite leavily -pest In the vicinity Lake MacGregor, Lomond and 'ravers. Damage from wind storms was negligible except a cases of the lighter soil east of town, mt the has such a start now thai no. further damage in .anticlpaUd There will not be a'humper crop here his .year, but with any Mad of favor- ihlo conditions from now on, the wheat should average around bush els. jGrain is all up and some standing i Inches .high. Tne.o'uUook is verj promising, :and; the': farmers' are worrying over anything' like a failure this year. J.B.SHIMEK COALDALE WE HAVE A-FBW CARLOADS CHOICE EASTERN TIMOTHY' HAY Also a Ke-rT. F.rst Clasi Upland HAY Non on track Can Imined ialc "shinraentl CaU, write or telephone ns for prices tjellverei] -to your slatlou. Ton lota or leas our warehouse. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY. !221 2nd .Ave. 3. Phone 732 THAT DOTTED LJNE I've fille'd ot them oh the of a lease, a contract or a bill of sale. I'm lie between the Party of "the First Part and the Party ol the'Second Part. I get the two parts and parlies together. No house need stand -vacant, no land no jol> unfilled, no rooms unronted, no 'car yearning for a foot to step en the accelerator, It you only put me on tie Jon. You'll get the papers signed if you'll assign this paper to carry your wants in its classified columns. PROFESSIONAL AND.BUSINESS CARDS _ J___MEDICAL "MASSAGE_______ THE LETHBRIDGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone 1710 OENTAL DK. M. GRAB- tt'.e of Roys! College of Dental Sur- CCODC, Toronto. X-ray fiquipaiebL Office: 5 to 7, Cry'an Uloct Phone 1071. v ROOFERS TUB U1XOK SHEET METAL CO. PHONE 1057. Farris Service Agency Scientific .Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get ren Bulls. Everything in accountancy. Prompt attention.', 4 Aoadia Block. Phone 1616._ Bit T.. University ot Maryland; X-ray equipment. Office, Room 8 Ryludi Uulldlng, 11 SB. UK. WILL It Euccetucr to On. Marrs and Ham. Iluun 3 (o Si OB Ice Hilnbothun Block. -874. DR. T. IV. iXM >Mt North Dental lly, Cticaio.- Olttoe, pkonj IK; rsj- Idence phone 76S. Offices: Union Bank B gliding 158-0 DBS. CO.NNOH, LBBCH 109 Sherlock .Block, j Tele- phones: residence ot Dr. CC22CT, residence gf Dr. McNally, 1090; residence ct Dr. 1007. Ofice hours: '11 to 1J __a.m, Z and 1 to 8 pjn. 914 Third Avenue South. r Telephone 1253.. Office Hours: 1 to 3 p.m.; 7 to S p.m, Sundays, Z E7 DH. NOSK and lib Sherlock Bldg. Of- flee hours: 10-12, 2-5, evenings, i- 7.3S to 8.30 pjn. Phones: Office residence, i. W. D. of Chicago Collcje ot W Sucjery.. Blocs, McLeod Clo'itng Of- (ice vhona 1SCK. Reildwco 706. '-i DR. V. -W. and surgeon. Office. Shepard Block, opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 2 to 4. OBce'hours: 11 lo 12 am; 1.30 lo 3.30 p.m., and 7 to S.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; residence 418; 8th St. S. SURE IT WAS Juno Judge Jesse loldoht handed down the legal declar- ation that nightmare Is not sufficient ground for divorce In refusing the ap- il ica tic n o M rs.'> Ellen Harris, of 837 3reiel Square, for a court decree'an- nulling he'r. marriage. She had alleged .hkt, .while -having a her husbandhail .grabbed her by, the killed her. He did not wake up until he had choked her lor ten minutes'. E A. Wallace Forgie io Have IJis Headquarters in Calgary-- Long Training. Wallace' Forfiio was bo to ioiiij the Ejaiployed Boys' Brothe hood at Toronto Central Y.M.C.A., an lie has stayed wilh the "T" ever sinci He is now the secretary of the Boy Work and Rural Work Doparimen of the ViM.C.A. in dlber'ta with head- quarters in Calgary. In'1005 he liecame associated with Taylor Stalton as "Assistant Boys' Wort Secretary at Tpronlo penlral. The neit.summer he assisted Atkinson ot the Uroariview Boys' stilute.- genercrl secretary of "the Federated Boys! Glubs of America." following this he returned to Hoys' Work at Toronto Central and as Secre- nry of the Toronto Boys'- Union, pioneered the.first big "cp-opera- Uvo efforts in Boys' Work. Ho wnS LODGES VIADUCT LOPCE, Meets every Tnesaa'y Klgit at EUlht O'clock in Oddfellows' HaU. Cor- ner 6th Street and 8. Hearty extended All Fredlt Heath, See. Residence' 1781, Office 562. HOW'S YOUR VISION! Do you see with equal clearness ivllh holh eyes? by covering one and try reading from a distance. If you have any doubt, if you get nerv- ous, headaches or feel eye strain, coma in and let us give you a Ihorough ex- animation. The examlnallon is free. If yourivlsioh is faulty, you belter know it and corrected. J. A.- HHNDBRSON DH. 0. frndnate of tie Chicago ol DeataJ, Surgery. 9 to 6. Of tlce: nooma 3 -cd 4, KmpreM Block, four doorj ncrih of the Alex- udra hotel. 410. Btt. phut 673. P. CRA10, Graduate ol and formar lintractor In North- western University. Dentil School ChicKo, UL HUjlEbomam Block. 8.30. DR. EAR, and Throat Specialist. Special at- lenlion lo Note and Tonsil Burgery. Glasses accurately fitted. Higln- hotham Block, Alta. Phones: Office 1S30; hoase MO. Telephont 357. 9 to DR. J. S. izing in pyorrhea; X-Ray equipment. Office, Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours: 9 to. 5. Phone 1559. TENDERS FOR TELEPHONE CONSTRUCTION When you go to a physician to ho examined for any heart trb'ubte one-ol Ui, first Questions he asks you abort of breath'' ;Now, (rheii the heart becomes affect ed'there ensues a feeling sensatiori, pal pilalionj irregular healing sraotierihgs, sensation, dizziness 'am a -weak, sinking, all-gone :feeling-.o oppression jmd anxiety On thq-first sign of the heart ho coming weakened or the nerves 'Un- strung'JlilSnrn's' Heart and'.Nerve Pills are just the remedy you require. TheyTegulate and stimulate the heart, and slrcnglhen and resloro the whole nerve system. Mr. Slephcn, East Clifford, suffered ''for .five years with heart trouble. I could hard- 1> walk from the" nouse to the barn without resting as I used to get so short of breath. Doctors could i not help me. My wife tolrt me to box of. Mllburn's Heart and Kerve Pills aud I felt belter after fating them; throe hoxes imide rno 'qiiito well. 1 am helping iny son to work thci farm, arid can truthfully say I feel like a dilferent man." Price. a box at ull dealers or mailed direct on receipt of. price OP MOObB LETHBRIDGE: LODGE. NO. ;192, meets every second and fourth Tues- day in the Block at 8 pjn W 0 M. tathbrldge Chapter No 328 meets every .second and fourth Monday, Hearty Invitation to all visit ors ADDRESS P.O. Box Phono TK the mall who" made possible the' Ire- j-no T. Milpurn Co., Limited, Toi ricndous baseball, football and hockey leagues, athletic meets, skaling and swimming tournaments and road races under tho nuspiccs of'tho Boys' Workers'1 Union. In 1007, :on' the opening of Hie new Scaled Tenders addressed lo I lie un- dersigned and endorsed "Tenders for Telephone Construction" will lie, rs- rolvcil up lo 12 o'clock noon of Wed- nesday, June 301JI, 1020. The Avork consists of Ihc of new Tell anil Rural pole lines and circuits in Various parts of the ince.. Tenders may bo submltlcd for ono or ill pieces of. work, but each Inill vidiial piece of work, or estimate, shall 'bo covered by.a separate Tender.' ..Plans nnit specifications can bo ob- tained from or seen; at llio. office" of the Engineer aiid Plant Snnerlnlcnd- cnt, Aporta 06vernment Telephones, Kdm'onion. Accepted .cheques .for shall nceompany rctiucst for each and every group of plans find specifications, which "Will Le refunded- on rctiirn' ot plans onrl spcciilcatluiiiP. must he 'accompanied hy nn chciiue, payable at par. Bdmonlon, "io the Dnpftty Minister of Railways. and Telephones, for 5 per cenl. of Hie amount bt th? SuccbSatiil Tenderers .will ,bo Ve- quired to esecnlo r. Guarantee Bond on an approved Surety Company, equal per cenl, of Ihe amoiiht of tho Tender. aS a ganranteo for '.the faflhftil fuimiment of Chefiues 6i unsuccespfiil Tenderers will ho retiirnf A within six tho of the contract., The Mght Is reserved to rejccl any or nil bids anil lo wnlve any-dcf' N. WAUVKY. Doiiuly1 Minister P.ailways and Telephones. Dated at Edmonton, this 17th day of Jtmo.'lSSO. Unauthorized "pnbilcftllon of this ad- Tortlsomenl will not be paid for. Ad V Ollawn building, lie acccplcd Iho Boys' Work' Secretaryship, of tho Young Men's Christian' Asiocialion. Hero ho did a rema'rkable pieco o[ work, the oulstanding features being the developjneht of the Honor of thb Triangle, the organizing of Camp oh Da-Da'-Waks and a most intensive ciil- livation of personal' friendshipt ivith boys, When Taylor Slalten lefl 'Toronto Ccnlral.lo take the Boys' Work Sec rcLiryshlp of tho.Ontario.and Qnehec committee, Mr.'Forgio was. called to the Boys' Work Sccrelaryshlp ofK Tor- onto Central and opened tho work in the building. on; College street. Two years later, he succeeded Mr. as Hoys' Work Secretary for Ontario and Quebec when .the formgr accepted ibe Nallonnl Boys' Work Kecrelnryship. He was one of the flrsl Y.M.C.A. men to volunteer lils services go o Ihe fronl going over with the First Jontingeiit.. Ho was Iiomc n'llio'tiill of 1517 and on regaining n'J henltli accepted the responsibility 'or developing the enlarged'Canadlan Slandard Training work, now known aa Ihc. Trail Ringers and Tuxls Iloyp. Kor.this work, ho organ- ized a large secured the assistance of over two hundred oulstanillng workers with boys. In Seplonibpr, 13ls, he returned (ivcrsens where he soon received his majority, being In ch.irge of tho Y.SI. C.A. milllary work in England, Ho camo back to Canada in May 1919, and accepted ,ttio Boys' Work Secrelaryflhlp of Toronlo Central which position he resigned to como Ic lAlborta. His ouUlandlng characteristics are to boy life, porjatal interest in individual boys, high i The C. H. Is erecting a now 'il tlon al Evanstnirg. _ .__ ce (w ironto, THE CANADIAN GAS SAVING DEVICE GUARANTEES TO SAVE 35 PER CENT. OF GAS Good buys in used cars. General Guaran- teed. MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4lh Ave. and 3rd St. 8. PHONE 1130 ANCIENT' ORDER OF FOREVTERS t Court No. 9311 DR. P..W. grad uate. ot Chluigo .Collego of Dental 5 -Snr'gery.. Saeclallit in oral surgery .ind dkeasw tho mouth. Houri: 9 lo :iV J to 6130. 3, Bloct DR. J. S. SUR- GEON and Accoucheur. Ollrer Block. Office hours: 10.30-12: Office phone 45S.' Jiesidence 1M6 Sisth Ave. A, South, llesidecce phone Hotel LelhbrldRe. "Phone 331. PULb LNVOHMAT-ION, also Literature given free regarding the Vlavl reme- dies, whereby suffering women can become' well without operations. -Mrs. A. Ungard, offioe 933 7th St South. Phone 1712. J. B. HORN'INO, OSTEOPATHIC 1 PHYSICIAN. 310-15-20 Sherlock Bide. Hours 10-12, 2-4. -and by -appointment; .Phone "1939. PRIVATE HOSPITALS OXY-ACETYLENE W. N. KOTH, Comer-1st 10th 'Street. THE VAN HAAIlLBM Privale Hos- pilal, 1224 7th Ave. S., Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and -'maternity pa- tlcnts. Privale :nd sflmi-privale Rates J2S.OO; J3D.OO and. 535 H week.- Write for to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, supefin- tendent. TUB MAXWELL Private 52G 5th Slreet'South. Phone 639. For terms and .'Information apply, lira. H. R. Mazwell. MUSIC In St. Mary's Hall, on the 1st aiid- 3rd- Thursdays of overy', month. BecfetaryVT. Arnold, 1721 2nd'Ave. B, PHONE 751 RESIDENCE PHONES 178M029 Quality Service Station Tractors, Trucks and Cars Over? hauled and Repaired., Country Work a Specialty, "If It Don't Go Let Us Know." Rebuilt Tractors; Etc., for Sale, Knauss Flanagan -623 Fourth Street South (Opposite Lethbridgc Lsundry) Truck Bodies Made To Order let Andy Do It -If your aulo or tractor radial-, or.needs tho "hcon-- tho "equipment and the 'higgest shop in Alberta Is at your service. 'li ANDY u: THE RADIATOR MAN ;4I2 4th Silver Gril: ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING have the oiuipment and ei- iJerience to handle all kinds of 'Work on the lowest terms. Bring your broken machinery parts to us. Lawiord Wading Co, Snd Avc., Opp. Lethhridge Hotel Phone 1544 Farmers When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and .workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone. 1732 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS .barrels straighlencd, suns restock- gun. work done'by .a gunsmith, toys made, locks repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. -E. Macdoriald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Thone 1032. 6th Slreet, opposite Herald office. Electric Light aud Power Conlractora Phono 1332 SERVICE-DAY AND NIGHT Phone 185S, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lelh'brlrfge, Alberts Ride In a mcLaugliiin Special. It costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prop. 403 5lh SL S., Lelhbridgo. Parm blghling Conlractors for Electrical Work on Canlstori Temple. DECORATING WEIXINGTON Decora- tors. Papefhangers and Palnlera. General fiecorallng and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters in Lethbrldgc. Res. phono 1472; office phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg.; Leth- Decorating and Paporhanging. Phone 680. 611 8th Avenuo UHS. L.UO.M.. double .silver teacher of jJianoto'rte, vi all li, theory, and bar-, mony. Studio, 1609 '1st 'Ave.'N. MISS AILEEN M. Playing aud Theory; pupils entered for Iho examinations of the Royal Acadfemy and Royal1 .College of. Music, were successful." Studio .fi23. 8th St.- South. of piano, harmony and theory.'Pupils' recitals. Pupils fraine_d for-Toronto Conservatory, examfnatlons if de- sired. Studio, 123S Blh Avenue A S. 123C 6th Avc. AS.) CLEANERS .AND PRESSERS THE in French dry cleaning. .Iho oldest Ihe city. We uso lha genntno French system, which cov. era every spot and eliminalcs eiblo injury lo garments, givics high class resulls. -Special altenlipn to country work. 324 6th Street South Phone 1S13. Collect and deliver. USB'WINO, THE pressing, and rfipairtng. High-class work, at lowest prices. Delivery free. 119 7th St S: Phono 1019. of honor and devotion lo duly, firm conviction' regarding the policy of co- operation with fho churches and an enthusiastic cdmircr of the Canadian Standard Efficiency Training program. Two cases of, bubonic, plague have been discovered in Ihe licpubilc of Salvador. LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL FOURTH AVE. HEAR OF PALACE 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 L, D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Destrtt Agent DRAYING OF All KINDS WesternfransfcrCo, Limited P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES Office........... 1163 Stables......... 1064 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERClAi. PHOTOGRAPHER Is nov; open to lake on the work of ons or two mora Coun- try Drug Stores. Wrlta for partlcul 1214 THIRD AVF., SOUTH Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSMITH1NG FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Mttsl 336 6th 8t. South Phone L. COPBLAND. B. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inler- or decorating p.ipcrhanglng a spe- ially. Satisfied ciislbraers "our aim. 'hono 1M3. MS 12th 31 South." CIIARLKS CUNNINGHAM Decorating, Painting and Finishing, Paperhanging and Kalsoralnlng. "Wall paper samples submitted on re- quest. Res., 313 Cth Ave. A, South, or phone 673. JOSKTH DAVIDSON, bisoonATpn. J909. Thirty-five years' experienco la Exler- ior and Interior Dccoraling. 967 lllh St. South. free. Res. Phone Repairing and alteratioiw well dono at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 Sth Street South. Phone 1625. EDUCATIONAL BOILER. WORKS GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Lo.thbridge., Day and Evening SchnoJ. Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Suhjects. Phone 1315. Residence Phone 'of Principal, 1531, Write for Full Information. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERiyyv-Lcading, funeral director licensed em'oalmer, motor or horse driven Par- lors opposite Court House. Oflice phone 661, residence phono 1176. Open day and night. PIANO TUNIN6 BOILER kinds of sleara holler work, hy thoroughly eiper- (enced holler-maker. Apply Fred Quick, 418 Sth Street Soulh. Phono 1560. For references, apply Inspec- tor Marshall. KG K-W Service Station Service Station fjr the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ,o( magnetos, generators, colls ro- palrcfl. Pill stock of repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 0. II. EXPERT TUNER-' 'Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. 20 yoary factory eiporience. Hpa- ours Certificalo M. T. Assn., London, England. Kelerences to tho leading musicians of Phone 116S 627 lOlh.Sl. S. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parker, 1516 7lh Ave. N. Phono 11J2. 1 ;