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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 22; 1.946 SEE FARMERS' STRIKE AS WEAPON OF LAST RESORT BOW ISLAND. (HNS) The Iccsl A.P.U. held a mass meeting ca Wednesday evening in the Bow Island Municipal Theatre when J. Jackson, vice-president of the provincial organization, was. the main speaker. Mr. Lang, director for District No. 12, also was a guest speaker. The speakers stressed the need of unity among farmers for the protection of their interests and rights, even if it might mean the of produce from the markets. Mr- Jackson spoke of the effect of be a weapon of last resort, and that if necessary, the farmers irUl strike in order to obtain parity prices for their produce. Each local union Trill have io vote on the question-of a. strike, and if sufficient numbers -vote to do so. all irill take action at the same time. During the discussion, it was sug- gested that would be made for supplying milk and other necessities to hospitals and young children, if strike action is taken. Another item of discussion was in regard to amalgamation, the AJP.U. Report Ibeft Of Tons Cement higher prices for machinery, fuel i and U.F-A- organizations having oil. and of their relation to decided io amalgamate under the lanner in his work. In a discussion period following Use address, it was decided that strike action by the farmers should Alberta Federation of Agriculture. The purpose is to advance the interest of the. through collective action.. Pincher Creek A.F.U. Rally Moves on Non-Delivery Strike Action PINCHER CREEK. (HNS) I tions be to tl.OOO for single The annual convention of Sub- j persons and to for married division B 12 of the A.F.U. was held j persons, in Pincher Creek during the past 4. This resolution expressed jabs- faction with present methods of handling grain through the wheat board and strongly urging the gov- ernment to continue its operation. 5. That the federal government wiui delegates coming from many points. During the morning session a resolution committee was set up and resolutions were pre- sented to the general meeting in the afternoon. A. Burbridee of I institute steps io bring about the Macleod, P. Burgess of Susnmerview closing of the Winnipeg Grain Ex- and P. Webber of Cowley. were ap- pointed on this committee with A. E. Cleland of Cowley nominated as secretary for the meetings. A com- niittse of three was also set up to take the chairmanship of the vari- ous meetings held throughout, the day and evening. This committee consisted of L-. Hiliier. Twin Butte, F. Webber. Cowley, and F. Hudles- ton. Twin Butte. A highlight, of the meeting was the passing of a motion requesting the provincial executive io confer with other western farm bodies on plans for a non-delivery strike. Resolutions The following resolutions were presented and passed at the general meeting: 1. Wnereas, the" provincial gov- ernment has discontinued paying the bounty on coyotes, and whereas. the immediate resumption oJ bounty payments and the con- tinuance of such payments for a consecutive number of years wiU eventually reauce the bourty pay- ments to a. negligible sum and this action, will decrease the coyote population; tre. therefore, petition the provincial government to re- sume immediately the payment of such bounty on coyotes. "2. This resolution -asks that in of recent increases in the prices of farm machinery, steel, gas and many other manufactured articles, that the price of all manufactured articles be scaled down to bring them in line with, the prices of farm products or that farni products be raised in. price sufficiently to bring theai in lice with the goods and services which the farmer has to buy. 3. That the income tax exemp- CRANBROOK. B.C. CHSS) Hold down your houses, folks, that Busvan man is back again. O. J. Knight and Joe McDonald, are building; adjoining houses on Garden Avenue, have reported overnight theft from their property of 50 sacks of cement weighing Presumabiv Paul had the help of truck, or DISTRICT NEWS Busy Southern Alberta Babe, the Blue Ox, raised a sweat oa the job. Building plans ui both cases are TEt-CK TOTAL LOSS MAGRATH. (HNS) Ted James of Magrath. while working at the Pot Hole Couiee dam south of town with his truck, was in- volved in an accident which result- ed in a total loss of his machine, but was himself uninjured, though shaken up. While going down ocie of the construction roads, with estimated five yards of earth he was moving to a new place, he sud- denly found himself confronted on the narrow road by an'almost im- passable object, a giant Latemeau seriously hampered bv this loss, j blade. Finding himself in this pre- particuiariy when it" is coupled I dicarnent and unable to stop, he with the definite word that no! decided to try to pass tae machine, more cement will be available until! resulting is the truck being forced next vear. j farther down the grade to a place Neighbors heard no special; where a new cut had been made sounds during the night when the! two and a half tons were being quietly spirited away. Military Honors For Airman since his last trip down. The result was thai the truck lurched over the edge, bending the frame at almost right angles, and forcing the floor boards u? on a level with the seat: besides other extensive and uareparable damage. COMBAT BANG'S DISEASE MAGRATH. (HNS) The toni} council of Magrath is going all out in its drive to eradicate Bang's disease in the cow popula- tion of the town. Recent tests to MANT ENJOY BCCITAL CLARESHOUd. OtNS) pupils ol ArliBft Hill, The Discuss Strike Action, Magrath In both piano and rocal, presented ttoll Business Directory For Quick, Effieiwtt get in touch witfct ACCOCJTTAJITS ac- -_r was discussed at. the Alberta. reciUl ia the United Church OE 5 runners- union rally at Ma- i Wednesday evening. The church bat the general feeling of' those attending the convention H. W, MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants, __________Phone 3043._______19M AIK CONDITIONING MOTOKS. shop, expert work- was beautifully decorated for the ______________________________ recital with bouquets of garden up meaibers would FKEEL SHEET METAL flowers and potted plants. Parents to be obtained before this pars McClary furnace and modern air- and friends were in attendance', oj province would be strong, conditioning. See oar floor display and the auditorium, was filled to enough to act. although the north- em members felt they were strong CHARLTOX HILL enough to go ahead now. i Sheet Metal and Hoofing Contracts. Meeting was under the direction; Furnacs and EaTestrough. Repairs. capacity. This was the final recital of Mrs. Hill's students since she will move to Calgary shortly, thus end- ing a number of year? as oae of the i oj president Wallace Dudley, and JPUlly equ man, for the repair cf fractional and three phase McXcwae JOtttfir U4, Phone JOT. _____________________________9M MIMEOGRAPHING ALL WOSK CABEFCTiY J. S. Brown, care Brown's Marictl Supplies. City. 1871 leading musical figures in community. INSTALL ELECTRICrrr ENCHANT. OUNS) new electric light plant is this after hearing the report of the sec- retary, Mary B. Pharis. a report -.rats presented by director Kenneth 1328 FTTTPtC FXED a sperfalitr. St. a Phone ZS35. WRECKERS 1 i Long" of Spring Couiee. Main speak- _. _.. now i ejr Of jjjg afternoon proceedings -a-as ,-j Vi tiitT iiWil frU i i working and the wes have been immediate past president of the strung up to the residences of L. AJherra Union. James McLAUCHUN Garage and Wreckers. Corner of 4th Alt, aafi Phone 2913. 10 i LEN BHCCHET Painting. Papef- hanging. 329-llta St. a Phone AVIATION _ _ Posmark and R- H. Westwong. The! jackson Of has just re- 1 KEPLER AVIATION lights have been installed in the j waiiy completed a. three-year term residence of W. W. Wagler and are j m capacity, -hat. being the being installed in the Westwong 1Jlas. for holding this office ?ccord- vice. Phone 3380 or 433S. ing to the constitution of the union. Fifld. i rLiAia i jacKson is a verv popular BOW ISLAND -_ The Ure with the farmeri and his re- ttarversity of Alberta Drama So- marks were closelv followed bv all. ciety presented three orse-aci Playsj oj -fage oreseiir. in the Municipal theatre on Tues- f CHARTER sightseeing trips. Hy- ing School. Piper Cub Sales. Ser- Senyon ____________1417 JBEACtl- PARLORS CALL ARCHER Interior asd Exterior Decorator. Phone 2469, Raymond has just organized their I day evening, to a large crowd who uniOn and their goal to outdo the fine en- i BOW ISLAND. (HNS) Funeral services for the late i show which animals were carriers _ _ _ _ Gideon Olson were held in Bow! the malady, showed that there j excellently presented. Island on Tuesday afternoon, when were more affected with it than a School Students' Unior change. 6. That in the future wheat sold for domestic consumption be sold at the export price existing at the time of sale. 7." This resolution condemned the practice of the government in sell- ing or contracting to sell agricul- tural products without consulting farmers' organizations. 8. That no wheat shall be sold for export at a price less than per bushel. 9. This resolution requests the federal government to set up a crop insurance scheme covering j about 400 friends and neighbors gathered to pay their last respects to a young man who was brought up and went to school in this dis- trict. Gideon was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Olson, and was born in December, 1926. He joined the R-C-ftJF. when he was only 17 years old. leaving school to do so. He has been overseas for the past year, and had just landed on his way home when his life .was taken by a tragic accident of wriich no details are 5'et known. The funeral service was in charge of Rev. R. G. Wood, assisted by drought hail, etc., to be Sqdn- Ldr-.J- Scott padre CONCENTRATED 2-4-D financed by a reduction off grain cheques on the same princinle as the P.F.AJI. 10. Requesting the federal gov- ernment to appoint a fact finding board to investigate costs of all goods, costs of services, cost of pro- duction, of agricultural products -and their relationship to prices of manufactured goods and services 'which the farmer has to bur. During the afternoon several addresses were heard bv the meet- ing, the first by L. K. Pharis of Magrath, official organizer for Dis- trict 12, and a. member of the AJP.U. Contact Committee on Amalgamation with the U.F.A. the subject "on he spoke: PelJetier Elected At this point nominations trere opened for the election of a sub- director for 1946-47. George Pelle- tier of Pincher Creek re-elected by acclamation. In accepting the nomination Mr. Pelletier stated that the Pincher Creek municipality ras now on a sound footing and that he" would bend his efforts dur- ing the.coming year to organize the eastern end of the subdivision. Non-Delivery Strike The following motion was then presented from the floor; That "the central executive con- tact the farm bodies of' Manitoba, Saskatchevvaa and British Colum- bia to co-operate with Alberta in formulating plans for, a non- delivery strike. Further addresses were heard from J. Jackson, vice-president of the AJ.U. and a member of the central executive and one of the Alberta representatives on the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, and from ilrs. L. B. Pharis. The meeting place of next convention was left to the locals to decide. Hew to Combat RHEUMATIC PWN Rhrmmtic nay often be cmmedl by excett uric tod. a Mood impurity that ihoold be extracted by the kidneTJ. If kidnejs fail, and excess one acid remains, it maj came severe diicomfort and pain. Treat rheumatic pains by keepinj your kidneys in good condition. Get and we DoddV Kidney PUk. help your ftl rid of troaMe-makinf pmMOt and excess joa feel better. See wcat s can do fw you. 117 HONOR "WAR BRIDE (HNS) pleasant event was held at the home of Mrs. Fred Curie on Tuesday afternoon when friends Joined in a "mis- cellaneous shower for Mrs. Albert DeBoer. a war bride. Mrs. Curie was assisted by Miss Kay Heward, Mrs. Oraville Mclntosh and Mrs. John Havinga. Mrs. Clarence DeBoer and Mrs. Fete DeBoer assisted the guest of honor in unwrapping the many and beautiful gifts. Mrs. DeBoer and young son only recently came over from England to join her hus- band Albert. They are at home to their friends on the former Ole Husted farm. from Calgary. Special music was rendered by the United Church choir, and a-solo was sung by Mrs. R. McMurray. entitled "Sometime Well There were many beautiful floral tribues. Interment was in the Medicine Hat cemetery and the burial service was conducted by Sqdn. Ldr. Scott, with full military honors. Pallbearers were: Albert Shaefele. Reuben Shaefele. Merle Allan. Ron- ald Hyland, Fred Lyczewski and Clarence Thurston, all servicemen and friends of the deceased- He leaves to mourn..his loss be- sides his parents, two sisters and two brothers. year ago. when many of the ani- mals were disposed of when the re- ports came back positive. THIS year at least, the council have made it absolutely compulsory that all cows before entering the herd muss be tested and found clean, before per- mission to enter the pasture would be granted. LEAVE FOR B.C. COALDALS. (HNS> After residing in Coaldale for the last 17 years. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mar- tens and son. Henry, left last Wed- nesday for Yarrow, B.C., where they acquired a small fruit farm. Then: sons, John and Pete, will carry on their well established business bere. thoroughly eaoyed the fine en- Mas-rath, which union at one nine tertainment The plays were three lhe highest paid up member- comedies and were well selected to ship in the province, numbering i piease the audience; and they were hundred. At present the Ma- The High grain organization is a little weak- eneti by the falling away of seme of its members, but the executive is forging ahead trying to build up the union. j PAHLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guarsntaed. Phone 385C. 607 21011 was local spcnsor. EQUALIZING PAYMENTS SEVEN PERSONS. tHNS) Equalising payments of 7.59 cents per bushel on barley for the crop year August 1. 1S44 to July n. 1945, are now being received through the mails. It is expected that wheat payments will commence shortly. CROPS HOLDING OWN- SEVEN PERSONS. (HNS) Very little ram fell Friday or Sun- day in this district, the precipita- tion being .09 on Friday and .06 on Sunday night. Crops are hold- ing their own. A few instances of hail, but no damage to crops been reported. VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP 408-13th Street North. The Latest in Hair Styling. Phone 2287. 324 ACTON BROS., The St. IS07. For estimates ghone 2472. Res. 611-lOta St. S. 1853 PIANO TUNING_______________ GERARD HOEKSTSA Phone 3355. 1505-ith Ave. S. KADIO KEPAIBS BARRETT'S _ BUGGY REPAIRS EXPERT RADIO ATT Legion Officers Are Elected BABY BUGGY wheels reUred. re- j paired and trued. Sevice while you wait. BERT MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. CLARKE BLK. APPLIANCE PARTS ASP GUARANTEED. PEONS 4554. KEPLER'S BICYCLE REPAIRS 331 GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO AUC. FUNERAL SERVICES The funeral of the late Farquar Matheson was held from the Gospel halL Walshe Bros- of Macleod. were in charge of arrangements. Messrs. Wilson and Burdge were the speakers. The cas- ket was draped with the Union Jack. The Canadian Legion was re- presented and formed a guard of honor in the church and at the grave. The pallbearers -were Jack and Campbell Mclntosh, Geo. Lantinga, "Roderick Douglas, Sid Hoglund and John Mills. Interment was in the family plot in Granum cemetery. Buster McKenzie and his sister Mrs. Catherine Stacy. Dan McDon- ald of Calgary attended the funer- aL There was a wonderful array of flowers testifying to the esteem in which Farquar was held in the community. OBTAINS KELEASE ETZIKOM. (HNS) A. M. Stromsmoe retumedf rom Winnipeg on Monday after having obtained his release from the RXXAJF. old recently flew home from seas. 'PASS SPORTS CLUB LOSES TOP PLAYERS NATAL. Natal Michel Sports club baseball team, leading the crow's Nest. Pass league, and still the only un- defeated team in the four-team circuit with five straight wins, re- ceived a severe jolt when their star battery consisting of veteran pitch- er Tom Krali, who was the only un- defeated pitcher in" the Crow's Nest Pass senior league and catcher and leading hitter "Sing" Weaver, left their homes at Natal for the coast, where they will play for the senior team at Duncan, B.C. A third mem- ber of the team who will leave be- fore the end of This month will be Second Baseman Joe Gergel. who wfll also leave for Duncan. B.C.. to join his team-mates. Thus the chances of the Natal-Michel team winning the Crow's Nest Pass sen- ior baseball championship this, year look very glim compared with only a week ago. BRING YOUR BICYCLE to best equipped shop in the south, j Parts and accessories for all makes M.. American. Scglish, carried in stock. BERT MAC'S Legion was held on Monday even- i 315-7th St S Phone 3232. ing in the Coramunity Memorial' _______________'_____________332 hall, when officers were elected as 9 CABINET follows: President. Lawrence j _ Nicholas: vice-president. James Counter Store Fixtures and General MAKES RADIOS. HEARING ___S AIDS and APPLIANCES. tea 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1173 BOW ISLAND. Arn organization meeting of the Bow j Island branch of the Canadian j 'I I Fans See Louis-Conn Fight By Television NEW YORK. June An estimated 100.000 fight fans who never got near Yankee Stadium Wednesday night saw and heard Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis knock Billy Conn re iSc CSHTSS just as plainly as if they had stood on the shoulders of a man with, a seat at the ringside. The National Broadcasting Com- pany did it with the rest of she paraohemalia. which goes into 1946 television. Television stations in New York City. Washington, Philadelphia, arid Schenectady carried the telecast, first ever made at a heavyweight championship bout. In Washington. 800 government officials, including a coupie of cabinet members a supreme court justice, watched the fight on receivers set up at the Hotel Stat- ler. Five hundred persons sat in plush opera-type seats in the air-condi- tioned NBC studios in Rockefeller Center and enjoyed the show over 19 commercial model receivers. The image, reflected on a "screen" about by 11 inches, had the clarity and fidelity found in the or- dinary motion picture. Despite Conn's furious back-ped- to keep his nose out of Lotus' Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOOOWOSXING CO. 611-6th Ave. South. Phone 3558. Fish From Pincher Pools Show Growth PINCHES CREEK CHNS) About one year ago fish were taken from the Pincher Creek pools and planted in lakes and streams throughout the district. As an ex- periment many of these fish were marked by cutting off part of the fin along the back. SeMt-al of these business-like jabs, the swivel-rnount- fish have been caught this year in ed camera never lost its quarry in the streams and in Beauvais lake HONOR BRIDE NOBLEFORD. (HNS) Friends of Mrs. M. Stotyn, nee "Vivian Yeoman, gathered ia her honor in the church school room on Wednesday afternoon. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Stotyn in a decorated basket, and she was assisted in unwrapping them by Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Phillips, displaying articles both useful and handsome for her new home. TO RESIDE IN CLARESHOLM NOBLEFORD. rHNS) Mrs. seven inches. They now average 12 and 13 inches in length. This experiment shows that the rearing of fish in the Pincher Creek pools has given desired re- sults. It is felt among fishermen here that a very much higher per- centage of fish live if they are kept in these pools until they have at- tained the size of from four to seven inches before being: in the streams. the ring. Wallwork: secretary- treasurer, i Clarence Thurston. An executive of; six was chosen, namely. Sari Me-; CaHura. Paul Edlund. Douglas; Flamme, Merle Allan. G- R. Calder 1 and R. Nugent. Representatives to meet with the D.V-A. are B. l Nugent and R. McMurray. j There are about 25 members of the newly formed Legion branch and more are expected to become_______________ members. Word has been received i granting the charter, and it will be j Importers of Scotch Granite and presented at a later meeting. The _____Italian Marbles. nare meeting will be held oa June LETHBRIDOE MONUMENTAL 27 and on the first Thursday of} WORKS Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where thev build up the perf of vour the 315-7th St. S. 380 RADIATOR REPAIRS RADIATORS LHVHTED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. ReDairing. cleaning, re-cor- ing: with original equipment cores. S44 114-8th St. S. Phone 4151.___15S3 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and tovs made, reflnlshed or re- paired mc-Ncc Shop. 41SA-3ra St South Phone 3558. 103 CEMETERY MEMORIALS each month thereafter. Phone 3920. R. Secretary, Lord's Day Alliance At Barons Needs. 325-8th St. S. 1532 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modern equipment; also lawn mowers acd dippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone -110. 122S evening's service, conducted by Rev. W. Ward, had as guest speak- er. Rev. J- N. Bvers, of Vancouver, B.C.. who gave "an interesting ad- dress on the Lord's Day Alliance, of which lie is a -western secretary. _______________________________ There will be no service at the ALL TYPES of electrical work and Nobleford church on June 23, as i repairs by careful workmen. McKen- BUTLDING. Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. lambert. Phone 2077. 322 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS congrations are umnng at White Lake church for an open air ser- j vice, marking rural life Sunday. Combined choirs will Se in attend- ance. Service begins at 12 noon. At 1 o'clock a picnic luncheon will be i enjoyed. Those attending will j bring their own baskets, complete j with cups and sugar and beverages i will be supplied by the White Lake j friends. j In the afternoon addresses on the zie Electric Ltd. -Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. us REBER ELECTRIC. 71Q-6th St S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. ______ 16S6 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without Natal Cubs Beat Hillcrest Juniors NATAL. Natal Cubs won their iirst game in three A. Mifflin entertained at the tea i starts in the Crow's Nest Pass jun- hour in her White Lake home in honor of Mrs. C. W. Keer, who with her family. leaves at the end of June to reside in Claresholm. REVISIT HOME TOWN CHAMPION. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nolm of Kusfcanook, B.C., former residents of Cham- pion, are here visiting for a week. ior baseball league when they came from behind to defeat the Hillcrest juniors 7-5 in a closely contested game. The Hillcrest visitors used Soprbvich and Sadlish on the mound. Tombojso and Katrichak handled the pitching duties for the Natal team. The game was umpir- ed by J. Hampton and J. Gergel of Natal. Natal Jrs. travel to Blair- more for their next league game. NOW AVAILABLE Septic Tank Sewage Disposal Units For Farm, Summer Home and Service Stations NO WATER PRESSURE REQUIRED Complete ready to instal Owing to supplies being limited all orders be filled in rotation received. For full information write DAVIS DAVIS LETHBRIDGE DISTRIBUTORS JOHN WURZER AUCTION SALE The following farm machinery, Miscellaneous, Will be offered for sale bj Public Auction, at the farm being, 2 miles north, 4 miles East of Nobleford, mile south of Keho School. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 MACHINERY: 1 I.H.C. 10-ft. Combine, Power Takeoff: 1 X-K. C. Pickup (both in good 1 I.H.C. 15-30 Tractor 'all 1 CocScshutt S's-it. One-way Plow, 26" pans; 1 C.C. Mower; l 20-ft. Duplex Rod Weeder: 1 4-wheel Trailer; 6 sections of Harrows; 2 Wagons; 1 24 DD I.H.C. Drill. BLACK SMITH TOOLS: I Post Drill; l Blacksmith Forgs; 1 Vise: I Anvil. MISCELLANEOUS: Shovels, Tank Pump and Hose. Forks. Shovels, Garden Cultivator and Chain; C sets of Harness. And many articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS: 1 Dresser; 1 Bed and Mattress: 1 Dining Room Table; 1 Oil Stove; 1 Hand Washer; l Aladdin Lamp with Shade; I Phonograph with Records; 1 small Table and Stand; 1 Luggage Carrier; 3 Chairs. COMMENCING AT 1 P.M. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. GRANT McKAY, Clerk. Phone 2043, FRANK KOENEN, Auctioneer. License No. 34-46-47, Phone 412, Iron Springs Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2613 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. 8. Stavely Horse Wins In Winnipeg WINNIPEG, June 22. Helm'sipride, five-year-old bay gelding from the H. P. Streeter stable, Stavely, Alta.. copped the fifth race at Polo Park here Friday with Jockey Vic Bovine in the saddle. Sister's Best- and Fsw coupled as an entrv with Marsaiah. from t the L. W. Mark stable, finished chased from W. R. Courtney. theme of rural life will be given by j speakers from Lethbndge and Mac- I SUPPLT CO. 205-lOth St S. Phone 3848 or 3758. -720 Should the weather ROC allow an 4 open air session the church and hall have been arranged to accom- modate a crowd, and a full at- tendance is hoped for. FLOOR SANDING BCT PALAMINO (HNS) V. C. GUUes and Mrs. C. Gillies of Pic- ture Butte were Etzikom visitors nt the Courtney home on Sunday. They returned to Picture Butte on Mon- day taking with them a Palamino colt which Mrs. V. C. Gillies pur- FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of urwn business. 90 second and third, respectively. Favorites took the upper hand on j sixth day of the 14-day meet concluded. Two favorites. Veepee winner in the first, and Weisen- heimer in the second, combined to i post a daily double of S15.80. Camp Spur, second choice in the i wagering, went under the wire first in the last race of the day. followed i bv Some Yank to pay a quinella of S55.25. PERFECTION CHAFFER The chaffer sieve that saves your gram and pays for itself. For threshers and combines. Order early while stocks are complete. W. N. ROBINSON 2134 S. Railway, Rcgina, Sisk. FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PEFCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-l4th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 FURNITURE MOVING_____ MCLEAN TRANSFER i Headquarters for W. Wilson Long Distance Moving ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on oUi-of-town. work. Roy Seinp. 327-3rd St S. Phone 2535. 1533 REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION Sales SerrfcaL I. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. C., Lethbridge. 134 RE-TREADING Re-capmng and Re-treadlag Tirat. NORTH LETHBRBDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS GOODYEAK Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Quip- ped shop in South." J. A. JARDINE-S TIRE SUPW. C. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 16S7 ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 304-5th St. S. ROOFING. Siding and lasoladorE Reg. Jones and Rex Dace- Phone 4550 REPAIRS 24 Hour Service on All Makes of- Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales and Service. 317-Sth Streec South. Phone 309 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR aH makes of m Worfc guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 520 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. SHU SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Stager Sewing Machine Ca. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phoae 4434, 122 McFarland BIdg: BUTTON-HOLES. Wors guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris, 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 68 SHINGLING SPECIALIZE in Cedar and Asbestos shingling. Protnp service, Hiebert Bros.. 920-7th St. N., Lethbridge. 1244 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOS RSPATR SHOP 322-7th St- S. Phone 3955. 501 Excessive Worry Saps the Nenreos System Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping j. of Household Goods. Phone 2097. i 640-6th St. S. 1488 i J Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob 361 FURRIERS LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hit I work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. Worry over businea! or household duties, sadden dfcock, distressing news, the foolish attempt to put a week of normal life into 24 boors all put a strain on the nervous system it cannot stand. If you are tired, listless, nervous and -wiry uot give Milburn's Health Nerve Pflls a chance to help put you on your feet agaia? Thev are a blood enriching and nerve tome containing essential elements for the blood and the cerrous system. Help yourself back to by taking H. N, FiDa. Price 50c a box, 65 pills, at all drug counters. Look for our registered trade mark a "Bed Heart" on the. pscksgv. Tie T. Mnbara Co.. Limited. Toresto. Cnt. LUXURIOUS FUS COATS in the j latest styles, savfcig priced. Expert j restylinr, reliaing. cleaning and in- Tn'g SHEETS _ __ surcd storage. Also cloth coats GARAGES. ATTENTION dresses for everv occasion. MECHANICS TIME SHEETS NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP! earned !a stock. Any quantity. "Famous for Finer Fars." i HERALD JOB DEPT. Phong 32G3. 604-3rd Avenue a Phone 3276. _ _ 486 790 yAgrcrc GENERAL REPAIRS__________ and SAWS sharp- ened. Bicycles and Phonographs repaireu. Locksmith and Gunsmith. Union Repair Shop, 1238-3rd Ave. S. 1010 GUARANTEED" Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phoae 368% 353 UPHOLSTERT ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT THE CAPITOL SJONDAY TUX WED, JUNE 24-26 "SCARLET STREET" Starring EDWARD G. ROBINSON, JOAN BENNETT THURSDAT TILL SAT. JUNE 37-23 "A NIGHT IN PARADISE" Starring MERLE OBERON TURHAN BEY ROXY MONDAY AND TCES. JUXE 34-25 LOUIS v CONN AISO "PARIS UNDERGROUND" WEDNESDAY AND THCRS. JfNE 26-27 "GAY SENORITA" "CRIME OF THE CEXTCRV FRIDAY AND SAT. JUNE 28-29 THE MISSING Also "SUNSET PASS" FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS _ AND RO_OFJNG specialize" applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year 1406-5th St. S. round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2853. 1S1 GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. Phone 3470. 1123 MARKS BIRTHDAY CHAMPION. (HNS) Mrs. D Chamberliri entertained at a tea party on June 18. honoring her' mother. Mrs. AlcocS. who celebrated her 82nd anniversary. Her o3d; friends came and paid VULCANIZING________________ TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vsl- caniisng: Guaranteed. LJne beJS splicing. Nes- and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRDQGS MOTOKS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1878 respects during the afternoon a-d i evening. Some of the guests at the j tea have been attending Mrs.! Alcock's birthday parues for the j past 15 Alccck came to Canada with her husband and daughter from Nottinghamshire. England, in 1909, and homesteaded miles west of Champion, then called Cleverville. Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. Beit; Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JARDINE-S TIKE SUPPLY their i 402-lst Avenue South. Pfcoce 358a ISM WHEEL ALIGNING GUESTS AT NOBLEFORD NOBLEFORD. (HNS) Mrs. R. M. Todd has as her guests her sister. Mis.5 Bernice Beveridge, of Ottawa, and her mother. Mrs. Beveridge. of Stew York City. Beveridge arrived by 'plane on Monday morning. Shors Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4th Ave.-8th Ss. Phone 4167. WATCH REPAIRS___________ "Expert Watca and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH Coaldale- 1573 WELDING Phone 3899 for Portable Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. 3. 1251 We change Uie steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubbtr tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 310 1st Arenas. ;