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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH S. W21 THE HERALD PAGE IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CAN SELL THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERALD WANT AD-THEY BRING RESULTS cobbler. Fimler return to the Barracks or phone 1517 and receive reward. 1W1 tloii leading to recovery of flock of It. C-Jlhodo Island Phene_100l.. Sunday. Owner may have sanfft by falling at office and paying for (his udv. Neur Wilson's srocery store Udy's heavy kid gluvc (tan) for thn left hand. Owner raav hmvo same by culllne Ht Herald office. _ One old mully steer wh'te red head, unbrandcd; reward. Wallace Bartlett, JUurnwell. Phono R514 __ H 3ng to recovery of Ford cur, engine serial No. 1920 Alberta license N'o. S197U. liar Ayors, Tabw, Alta. __ _ fi Farmers Visit Weed Special Splendid Attendances Recorded Total For Tour to Reach gray mare, branded on left hip Apply George Rollingsou, Gen Delivery. Lethbridge. 110.00 Mon- treal and Oliver building, on Tuesday at 11.30 a.m. will kindly re- turn to Mrs. E. Elliott, 1614 7th Avo. touth. 01 information leading to recovery ot i year I year old bay gelding I branded on left should- _____ _ or and left thisli. Wire cut on iront loot. Wm. Elklii, Taber, Alta. (Special to The Herald) MANYBBRRIBS, March Uond attendances visited tlm Interprovin- clal Weed Special at Wrenthain Foremost yesterday, the cars being filled at the latter point. Bad roads in the vicinity o( Wrentham prevented a large number bejng present. There was an excellent attendance at EUi- j Irom this morntne about 133 -being; present. At Many-berries this after- hoon there were capacity crowds of nearly 300, but by using the two ex-1 hiblt cars they were accommodated. Prof. G. IT. Cutler, agronomist of the University of Alberta, joined the train at Wrentham with Mr. W. H. Fail-field, and It Is expected Mr. II. A. Craig, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, will, rejoin tomorrow at Macleod for com- pletion of the itinerary. A large contingent of people from Orion ivere brought into Manyberries this afternon and will return on the special train tonight. The C. P. R. REWARD For Information leading to recovery of black marc, coming 4 years Branded on rtsrht thigh, H. P. Addy, Tabcr, on section 1-9-17. ____ black marc, white face tmd white hind legs, weight about 1200 ibs., has wire cut above loft front 3ioof, branded on right jaw; S5.00 reward for information leading to recovery, ,T. F. Bensh, 2115 Dtli Avenue North, bridge. "THE BANKRUPTCY ACT" (n the matter of the Estate of LBM SAM and LOW ON (EXCELSIOR Nanton, Alberta, insolv- ents: Tenders arc solicited for the res- taurant equipment, room furnishings, confectionery, cigars, etc., Ex- celsior Cafe, Nanton. An inventory of the above may be seen at the office of the Imperial Canadian Trust Com- pany, 227 Sth Avenue West, Calgary, or at the OfHce of C. A. McGill, Bar- rister, Nanton, Alberta. Tenders must be forwarded to the undersigned not later than tne 12th day of March, inst. Dated at Calgary the 1st day of March A.D. 1921. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, Assignee. Ad 3 E. E. Campbell, Manager. are Being generally commended their co-operation with the provincial! governments in providing such aj splendidly equipped train, and lor the accurate service to each point visited. That those at intermediate points, not f included in the itinerary, may have! an opportunity of attending the lee-1 tures it has been arranged by the I railway -to stop and lift passengers, on request to the division superintendent! or train-master, with the special. Stops will be made at Noblefprd and Carman- gay by special request and time of ar- rival these points announced' Mani- toba's representative, the veteran Prof. S. A. Bedford, weed commissioner, and the-Saskatchewan representative, M. A. Shirk, are still with the ;rain and will remain until the completion of the itinerary. With a continuance of -the present attendance, upwards of people will have attended the train upon con- clusion ot Its six weeks' journey dur- ing which time it has covered miles, having started' from Winnipeg on January 24th. The final session will be held at Granum ou Saturday afternoon, NOTICE OTTO SHANDBERG, Formerly of Lethbridge, Alberta. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Executors of the Estate of William Henderson, deceased, have commenced an actipn against you to recover the sum of 1959.79 and inter- est thereon from the 16th day of Feb- ruary, at the rate of 10% per annum, being the amount of principal und interest and taxes duo on a cer- tain Mortgage made by you in favor ot the said Executors affecting Lot Nineteen (19) Block Twenty-two (22) According to a. plan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in tho Land Titles Offlce for the South Al- berta Land Registration District as "Letubridee 6283 S." AND YOU ARE FURTHER NOTI- FIED that unless you file in the Office of the Cleric of the Supreme Court at Lethbridge, Alberta, and deliver a De- fence or Demand of Notice on or be- fore the 26th day of March, A.D. 1921 the said Executors may have judg- ment against you or such other relief as they may be entitled to under the eaid Mortgage. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP k RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs Herein. February 23, 1921. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L. J. S. C. Ad T AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Clotlng out tile of John Net- cittle, machin- ery, tnctori, tractor plows, and houiehald goods. On S.E. 14-20- 11-22, 6 N.E. of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson; estate Bale; north of Baroni; early In March, date made known liter. Clftelng-out of A. M, Grsnt, cist (of Barons; date SB I- cctcd Istcr. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cuttle arid machinery In village of Burons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921. List your stuff you wish to sell ind get ucneflt of advertisement. Closlng.out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; ilso tractor plows, on 7-12-21, four mllu east of Banons, THURS- DAY; MARCH 24. C. McClellnnd. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER ALTA, There was an old woman who lived in a shoe per line (count 6 wards to i Six insertions for the price of four. Minimum price 25c. Must be paid In advance. fl You don't suppose she lived in a shoe by choice, do you? If She lived on her "uppers" because she couldn't find any other place to live, If There's a moral in this fable for you. H Look over our Want Ads. and "To Rent" columns, and there may be jiist the house to suit, or the tenant you have been look- ing for. If Try a HERALD WANT a day passes when you cannot use a Herald Want Ad. to advantage. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, transformations, etc.. from your combings. Switches 51.00 an 07.. Sal way Hair factory, Cartoon, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE FOP Appointments Phont 1942 MRS. MARTIN 321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. KRKE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regard higj Yiavi Remedies. Lethbridgs Viuvi Co. Mrs. K. Hunck. Phone ISS8. Sth St. S. 42-2G THE CHEERIO VETERANS OR- chestra can .supply the music for any style of dance. Phone 1314. OSTEPATHIC nil. J. K. I-IOTININO. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN -20 Shorlock Bldf. 2 4 and bf appointment Phone Uour MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate rooni for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. 6C-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private lies- pital. 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldje; Phone 746. Accommodation for Bur- gical. medical and maternity tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates J30.00, J33.00 and week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, tendenr. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed tor tlio examinations of the Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. termination. The weed train left for WARNER DISTRICT MAY Coutts at 6 p.m. for Its next scheduled GET MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL; U.F.A. ENDORSES SCHEME MANY VISIT WEED TRAINJtK RIVER (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Feb. large body of representative- farmers of this district were on hand despite the al- most impassable roads caused by the prevailing thaw, to meet the weed special when it reached the station at 2 p.m. on Monday. Addresses COT- ering nearly everything concerning farming in Southern Alberta 'were made by several, including Mr. Craig. Supt. Fairfleld of the Experimental 1 E. C. Baines. Come all and help the Farm, Lethbridge. Prof. Bedford spoke worthy cause. strongly on the farmer raising fodder! Mr. Thos. Tennant is reported low coj-n and the trench silo for those who I tor the past week, his many friends are at present unable to build one of will regret to "hear: the regulation type. Each farmer Mr. and Mrs. Cross of Montana are should have one he said, as it goes a! visiting at the home of their daugh- long way toward solving the feed j tor. Mrs. Rod Richardson 1-17. problem of winter for stock. Most! A guiet wedding took place on the: Thursday, February 24th, at the homo the of Mr. and Mrs. Hovey, when their daughter Miss Esther Hotey became Mr. Bartram left on Saturday for Medicine Hat to meet Mrs. Bartram and children on their return from an extended trip to England. Tha Community Club is making ar- rangeynents for an Easter Monday ball. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver of Warner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bar- rows during the past week. Walter Quinn returned from a busi- ness trip to Lethbridge on Thursday. Mrs. C. Osby haa had as her guest for the past weelt her sister, Mrs. A. Verbury. of Coutts. Mr. Allen of the I. H. C., Lethbridge, vaa a visitor in town on Thursday. The Women's Institute were enter- tained ou Wednesday afternoon at home of Mrs. U. Lloyde Griffiths. Luncli was served at the conclusion by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. L. Thomson. Alterations are being made on the Ellison Milling Co. elevator by Con- tractor Knapp of Coutts. Don't forget the St. Patrick's tea given by 'the Catholic ladies aid on the 17th of March, at the home of Mrs. plied that no official communication had been marie as there was no rea- son to belicvo that the responsible parties were in any doubt regarding the truth of the matter. (Special -WA1NER, Mar. Saturday, February 26th, the Prairie Union Loc- al U. F. A. held their regular meeting in the Evangelical church at Warner. A special effort was made to obtain the sentiment, of the community re- garding the effort they have been making regarding tlui organization of u hospital district. A large number from different parts of the district were present, the meeting being call- ed to order by President M. J. Con- nor. After a short business session and musical selections by local talent the president outlined the special work 'taken up by the local. This was fol- lowed by an interesting address by Mr. MacKay of the Alberta.Board ot' Health, on organization and benefits of hospital districts, after which a pe- tition was circulated for proposed district, resulting in the signing up of a very large majority of those pres- ent. interesting and instructive were contents of the car containing exhibits of bugs, seeds, improved farm implements and drawing of the dif- ferent varieties of noxious weeds, now menacing the farmer in many parts of the province. A lively dis- cussion of grasshoppers, cutworms and other bugs was conducted by Mr. Strickland of the Experimental Farm, Lethbridge. The school children are not being neglected along the route of the "weed special. They attended in a body dur- ing the afternoon and were given a very interesting course on insect ei- the bride nt Mr. Herbert Smith. Both tore well known In Milk River and vicinity and have the best wishes of the community. Rev. Father Bidduealt was a visit- SCHEDULE "A" SALE PURSUANT to the Order of His Lordship, Mr. Justice Hyndman made {he 22nd day of November A.D. 1920 in a certain action wherein JOHN C. GOURLIE is Plaintiff and THOMAS COPELAND is Defendant, the follow- ing lands and premises namely: The South East quarter of Section One (1) in Township Tweh'e- '12) Range Twenty (20) West of the Fourth Mer- idian in tiie Province of Alberta con- taining 160 acres more or sub- ject to .the reservations and cpndi- tlons contained in the original Grant (Special Correspondence) GRASSY LAKE, Mar. U. F. W. A. held their social meeting' in the G. W. V. A. hall on Saturday after- noon, February About twenty ladies were prosont and one new member was added to the roll. The of the mun- icipality spoke to the meeting regard- ing the new act relating to the mun- icipal vote .which was followed by lively discussion. It was open a question towii'oa Thursday at the March meeting supervised by Mrs. Oddie. A report was given regarding hav- ing the school examined by the Pro- vincial Nurse .and arrangements were made to secure same. A fifteen cent tea was served at tllfs close of the meeting and eight dol- lars were realized. Henry Xeeb, farmer, of South East- hope Township, aged 42, ivas found dead in his barn. U.F.W.A. HOLD MEETING AT GRASSY LAKE of Mr. Tonnant. Mrs. Monte Carter is -visiting with her parents at Magrath. Mr. Earlo Lethbridge Hughes returned Wednesday. from Mra. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonla .Mcli. 12 Saxonia ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia ..Apr. 23 I NEW Carmania..Mch.S Caronia ..Men. 16 Albania.. Mch. 24 Carmania. .Apr.- IS NEW SOUTHAMPTON Imperator.Mch 13 Aquit.iiiia.Mch 22 Mauretania.Apr 7 Aquitania. Apr 12 NEW Saxonia.. .Mch. 10 Saxonia.. .Apr. 21 NEW LONDON Albania... .May 3 Albania.. .June 1 NEW (Via Mo- ville) Columbia.. Mch. 2U Algeria... Apr. i! MEW Pannoniu 23 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Mch ;ltl Saturnia.Apr. 20 Full Information can be secured from all agents, or company's office, 270 Main Street, vVinriipeg. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your.eyesight the more serious it will affect your future health and Nearsightedness is a terrible' affliction, which can be rem- edied with the right kind of glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Cara Jewelry F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Oppoiito toe Bmpreu Phone 1U9 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Block. Phone 1518. MRS. W. H. at Piano and Theory. Pupils for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Sth A South. CLEANERS AND PRE88EHS THE in French dry cleaning. We ara the cleaners IE tho city. We use the genuine French system, witch cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- BiBle to garments, giving high class results. Specfal attention to country work. 324 Sth Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS A barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun frork dona by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, light machinery, repaired; lawn moireri sharpened. D. E. Macionald, IndUn Motorcycle Auent, Phone 1031, tth Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paporhangers snd Palnter.i: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters la Lethbridge. Res. phona 147S; 1752. Sherloct Bldg., Letb- bridge, Alberta. Hughes remaining tfflL a week for medical treatment. 'Tho members of the Women's In- stitute are being entertained at a 300 I I party at the home.ot Mrs. Frank fe. A. UNDERSTANDS j lert on Friday evening, March 14th. j TiRTTmH i Mr. R. Rice of Spring Coulee rva.iivii turned home on Thursday after a i IN JAP ALLIANCE week's visit at tho homo of Mrs. I .Clarke. LOXDO.V, March in The welcome chmook of tho past the commons last night to a question week has turned the snow to running i by Sir Frederick Hall as to whether ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Offlce: Conjbeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-2SI Estimates free. A. Decorating and Paperhangingr. Phone 690. 611 8th ATenne South. 117.9 M. L. Copeiani E. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhangint a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. 616 12th St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Establishes I90S Thirty-live years' eiperien'ee in Eitorior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street Sonth BOILER REPAIRING WELDING w. K. KUTH. PIIONL: 791. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. Hes. phone 110-t ARMY AND NAVY water and everyone is looking busy again. Trie stock has stood the win- ter weather fairly well ami the farm- ers and ranches are not worrying over their condition. Mrs. G. N. Giles entertained at a card party on Monday night. au- The Women's 'institute-will be ffirtained OTI the second Wednesday of the month at the home of Mrs. Henrv tromYhe Crown and the existing Cer-JEllert. tlficato of Title, will be offered for A card party and dance was given sale by public auction on Tuesday the loth day ot March A.D. 1921 at eleven o'clock in the forenoon in front of the Post Office at Barons in the Province ot Alberta. On the property there is said to be 1 mile ot fencing acres of breaking. The property will he offered for sale suiij'jcl lu a reborved hirt aliti. subject to the reservations contained in the grant from the Crown or iu the Cer- tificate of. Title. TERMS OF SALE: 10% in cash at time of sale; 15% in 60 days; 25% in 6 months from the date of Bale; 25% in one year and remaining 25% in 2 years from said date of sale with in- terest at the rate of 8% per annum. FURTHER PARTICULARS may be had from the Auctioneer or the under signed Solicitors. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP k RICE, LethbrJilge, Alberta Solicitors for llin Plaintiff Herein. William Venables, Auctioneer, Barons, Alberta, Ad S at the Lilul School on Friday evening. Several from town attended, all report- ing a real nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Madge returned home on Monday, having spent tho past two months the guests of their daughter, Mrs. W. D. Stewart at Ta- coma, iWVsh. Mr. E. C. Baines roturried on Wed- nesday from a business trip to Lctii- brirtge. Mr. ToIIoy returned on Monday tat- ter spending the past two weeks in Lethbridge. Mr. McGuire of Caigary was a busi- ness visitor in town on Wednesday. A. surprise parly was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Leduc, on Wednes- day night, at which all were made very welcome by the host and hostess. Five hundred was in play. A delic- ious lunch was served at tho con- clusion. All having a pleasant even- Jack Martin and his hrldo returned from Idaho on Wednesday and are re- siding on at Hacke. the terms of the Anglo-Japanese alli- ance precluded the possibility 01' Groat Britain being compelled to fur- nish assistance to Japan in tho case of a conflict between that country and the United States. Cecil I-Iarms- worth, under-secretary for foreign af- fairs, said that British relations with Japan bad so arranged themselves that Great Brita-iu would not be in- volved in such a struggle. Sir Frederick further asked whether assurances of this state of affairs had been given to tile United Stales fit-connection with its naval construc- tion program to which Sir Cecil re- TO EUROPE ST. Mar. tllApr. 7 limp. Britain [Apr. jviinnedosa Maj'. 10 Metaganm [Apr. ]u Victorian Mar. 2-tjApr. -L' i-jmp. Krancc Mar. 26'Apr. 27........... Melita ST. Apr. 1................ Pretorian Apr. Sicilian ST. Apr.. IS .................Tunisian. ST. ANTWERP Apr, i Scandinavian Apr. 1 Ij Corsican For furtlior pariiciilurs apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 364 Main Street, Winnipeg ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1332 6th St. 8. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND N'AVT Veterans in Canada, Lsthbridge Unit No. 34. Veterans desirous of Joining tha above association, can obtain in- formation and- application forms from the secretary, L. Leijh, P. O. Box No. (i, Lethbridge. PHOTOGRAPHER ____ ___ DORIS I. R. OommercTaTjPhri- tographer, developing. printing, home-portraiture, etc. 12 H Taint Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS PIANO TUNING 0. II. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; HO years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. t. Assn., London. England. References to tne lending musicians of the city. PUoiu 116S. U27 10th Street South. JUST ARRIVED! CHOICE CARLOAD OF DAIRY COWS Holstcins, Durhams and Aynhires; some freih and others due to come in shortly. WILL BE OFFERED BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE On Saturday, March Sth, at 2 o'clock J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will tae to your inter- fst to try US, We have arV up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only flrst-clais Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 218 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man. 4th Ave. Behind Silver-Grill. If Field Marshal Earl Hate should I visit Victoria, B. C'., in the fall, every'-1 effort will Iio maflf! by the military authorities to arrango for tim disting- uished commander to stay over in Cal- I son: AUCTIONEER Kan'.i sales conducted ill any part of the province. PETER La VALLEY D. Clerk. c-o Dowsley baud Agency. Lel.ibrlclse. Phone .Jjifi. Norwood. itniMLfottl, fell from ;.i at work HI Ht. An- church Hurt way serious jurcU. ;