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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta HilS LLTHtfUUJGE DAU.V PAGE ff YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAW, YOU CAN SELL THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERAU) WANT AD.-THEY BRING RESULTS FOR SALE (Agricultural) MMnun weeks MCO. Apply 617 Aveuun N. ___ ifirielTd RI1i ft RcKilter, illxlnbottiaiu Block, Luth- bridle. ____ ____ VTH inures and four younj to trade for city prop- erty. Kor further particulars apply ____ ___ FOR Bic 4 triustof'vtd ihutt engine, to trade for cattlo or horses O. A. Borgcn, Skiff, Altn. ions KOU.VJV- Bunch of keys. 'Owner j haft) same by ctilllni at Herald ofllce. FOR good milk cow. to freshen In about nix weeks. Apply Market. _____861 TOV. bit; Shortnorn mill, coirs two due to freshen. Phono R508 for Informa- tion loading lit l-iu'overy of u flock ot C. Mhode Island hens, rhona 1001. S "yoar tileor. wh'to with roil hi-uil, nnbrandfd; reward. Wallace Jlnrtlctt, Daruwell, Phone RDM M'uhur. AIU. 61 -6 St. X. ami f.lh Avr. X.. Lilly's silver watch wllh black ribbon attached. Initials A. M. II. Howard. Finder kindly uolil'y 303 12lh St. 0. N. Phone 434._ _____ 170ST- -Two rnonlhu bay and n-o mure, also throe colts. ;ill branded on left hip. JW.OO reward. 11. Kassas, 103G Sth St. N'., I.cthbrlrtgc. ai gray'marc, branded on left hi- VOR oF'sood outs, f.o.b Ktllam. Alta. ,1. W. Chittick, S15 18th Ave.'West, Calgary, Phono W4828. HAY. ISRA1N. POTATOES. Special price caf lom, delivered your stat- ion. F. 0. Hyda Co., Lethbridge 813 FOR good heavy work horses in good chape for spring work. For particular's apply F. L. Whitney, Y. O. 904. Phone R405. FOR Averv Tractor with all-bottom plow, all ready for service. Will sell at a bargain or will take a few horses In payment. Phone R 160S. N. Crayhlll, Commerce, Alta. 873 FOR Rock Island en- gine plow, stubble and breaker bot- tom, or would trade for S pan disc plow, Cockshutt prererred. Phone R514, Gust Kaupp, New Dayton, Alta. FOR number of well broke geldings In matched teams, first class working condition. Prices and terms Apply George Roilingson, Gen Delivery, Lethbridge. betweetT'BiTnk of .won. troal and Oliver building, on Tuesday at 11.30 a.m. Finder will kindly re- turn to Mrs. R. Elliott, 1614 7th Ave. 01 team bay bald about 3400, brand- ed on left thigh, re- ward for return to A. M. Steed, 3 miles west ot Stirling. information leading to of 4 year year old bay gelding branded on left should- er and left thigh. Wire civt OH Wm. Elkin, Taber, Alta. REWARD For Information leading to recovery mare, coming on right thigh. ranch, two miles east of Coaihurst. REGISTERED are offering We few young bulls and heifers and dual purpose cows at far- mers' prices. R. W. Gardner Co. Phone 1068. ._______________'938 Fortpon tractor, Oliver )jower-lift gang plow, and stubble w bottoms, cash, or will trade for 120 acres of breakingvto br> done in coming spring. Chas. T. Jenkins. New i-'OR machinery bought new last season; also five horses in-i eluding a fine upstanding dappled; srey gelding weighing 1SOO Ihs.. yuar-1 anteed sound, a reliable worker, com-1 ing seven years old. Apply Thos. L.! Killlp, Lethbridge. Phone R1005. I REWARD For information leading to recovery of 5 year old bay gelding. Branded on right hip. Jack MacKay, care- Harrey, 610 Stu St. S., Lethbridge. There was an old woman who lived in a shoe 8c per line (count 6 words to a Six insertions for the price of four. Minimum price 25c. Must b: paid in advance. fl You don't suppose she livectin a shoe by choice, do you? fl She lived on her "uppers" because she couldn't find any to live. If There's a moral in this fable for you. If Look over our Want Ads. and "To Rent" columns, and there may he just 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.' i PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OST10PATIIIO Wo make transformations, etc., from yuur combings. Switched Jl.uu an 07.. Salway llalr Factory. C'ardaton, Alta. SPiRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. nBH PEllSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mall, regarding Viavl Remedies. Lethbridgs Viavl Co. Mrs. K. F.'Huncls. Phono 1883. 527 Sth St. S. 42-26 DANCE MUSIC THE CHEERIO VETERANS OR- chestra can supply the music for anv stylo of dance. Phone 1344. 62-6 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms niftder- ate. Mrs. Selby 52D 12th St. N. 615-30 cn. .r. K. HORNING, OHTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316.18-20 Shorloclc Blilg. Hours and by appointment Phono PRIVATE HOSPITALS TUB VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1234 7th Ave. S., LotbbrtdgoT Phono 7-16. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooros.'nates 530.00, 533.00 and f. week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music eiams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1338 6th A South. black mare.i I'UCR i and white hind legs, weight., about i 1200 Ibs., has wire cut above left front1 hoof, branded oil right jaw; reward Tor information leading to recovery. J. F. Ilonsli. 2113 5th Avenue .Vortli bridge. TO RENT lal, only five cars, J28 per ton Leth- bridge. Get good iay for your horses. SEED Car germinated, imeleaned1, 88 per cent. G day.s, 9o per cent. 12 day. Price 64 cents per hushel, Lethbridge Neptune Hay and Grain Co. Phone 1505. PRAI1UE Q UPLAND PRAIRIE old bottom, one year's growth per ton, freight paid. ALFALFA gra.Ie, good horse hay, J1G.OO per ton, Leth- nridse, prime '1st quality second cut- ting, excellent for young cattle. 519.00 per ton. Neptune Hay and Grain Co.. Lethbridge. Phone 1565. TIMOTHY SEED Direct to tha Consumer Ibs. of No. 1 Purity Test Government test 98 To. This seed was grown by me on my farm at Coaldalo, shipped to Calgary and cleaned and graded at gov- ernment terminal elevator. It will be shipped from there direct to the consumer at J11.50 per 100 Iba. F. 0. B. Calgary. I am officially recognized as tho lar- gest producer of timothy seed and the producer of the highest quality in the Dominion. Address all communications to JOHN McD. DAVIDSON, Coaldale, Alta, Phone Rural 130S. TO light honsolteepiug rooms, also furnished bedroom, eloso lit. Apply Box 88 Herald. TO bedrooms. close In. block from car line. Apply Cjj 7th Street S. Phone TO in Dominion Block. Apply The Kdgctt turuin Agencies, Balmoral Clock, 98! -t CM. dround Reported in Good Shape (From Our Own Corresiiondeilt) GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the Ion- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your [utuvo health and efficiency? Noarsiglitedness is presented "Unde levelling for tl M. I. A. wen J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. farm this coming season. up and scatter to the in_ Tin. Ravmond dramatic dub who i good money before the police stepped The Kdvmomi p ]n allfl Wm [ho other night, i terrlblo afflict.on, which can bo rem- ouefic or the Stake Parts of tho torn bills rescued from! edied with Iho right i-.md of glasses. tertainedV that j the gutter'showed that McAvich had! .organization at the home of D. E. destroyed four of jlOO denomination. Fawns last Tuesday evening. The i levelling was pleasantly spent in games and nmsie. Mrs. A. Duhl was pleasantly sur- prised by her co-workers in the Stake I Primary Association and local work-: MOXTRtiAU -Mar. reduced I (U'S of [he Raymond 1st and 2nd wards ataie at wages for labor was unani on Monday lust.. It look the form otjmously approved by the General Con- iMONTREAL BUILDERS I REDUCE WAGE SCALE CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French' dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners- In the city. We genuine French which COT- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS an old fashioned sewing bee, the ladies dressed in costume for tho oc- casion. After luncheon and the pres- entation speech by Mrs. H. S. Allen, the local photographer, Mr. Bowen, was called in to take a picture of the tractors' association here at u meet- ing held yesterday. It was decided to apply tiife new scale on -March but in some cases It will not start un- til March 10 and 11. The new scale is: Unskilled build- crowd. I Ing laWirevs, 40e aii-liour: carpenters, T. Y. Love Transferred" j (J5c an hour; lirlcklayers, 90c an hour; their j Our local manager of the Bank of j plasterers. 75e an hour: painters, 40c like Montreal. Mr. T.'Y; 'Love, has been an hour: mnent finishers, 60- young men. 59.00 per 1007 Srd Ave. South. transferred to the High Hirer branch. "is here, though there i JiJ i frost night before last and the Mr. and Mrs. Loro have many friends wiini is still a little keen, but if this In Raymond who regret their depart- i _ The Ladtes' Aid of the United church entertained for Mrs. Love on March 3. She was presented with a beau- tiful gift, as a token of their regard _______ visitorland esteem for her. j south side, fully modern, nice garden, jn Lethbridge on Tuesday. Tho basketball game between Lelb-1 isarage. Rent Phone 1072. Mrs. O. H. Snow was the speaker j linidge and Raymond last night rosnlt-j victory for the Sugar City __ __________ TO six months from end 01 March, furnished six roomed house, lioiir; stonu masons from 60 to S5c au TO furnished rooms, (at the 2nd ward Y. L. M. I. A-. on Jed in gentleman preferred. Central CLJIMARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS SIGHT SPECIALIST 127 5tli St. S. Oppoiila Ilia 1965 Residence Phone 193 GUNSMITHS barrels stialghtened, guns restock- ed, gun york done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn sharpened, D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorjycle Agent. Phone 1031, Oth Street, opposite Herald Office. __ DECORATING v WBLIJRGTON Decora, torn. Paperhangers and General Decorating and Slgu Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrjdge. Res. phone 1472; ofBcs phone' 1752. Sherlock Bldf., bridge. Alberta._________________. A. Decorating uaJ Phone 690. 611 8tb Avenne South. 117J) tlou, all modern conveniences. loca- Apply 429 13th Street South. Phone S39. 60-6 Sundav. At the regular Board of Trado ses BRAND REGISTER sion on March 1st. a heart? voto oE i thanks was Extended to the commit- in charge of the road gravelling i and to all :c'itizens who aided in the work. boys in both senior and junior games. I Score for seniors, 34 to 11. Score for i, PDBLIO ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI8 Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone 1616. .1 ..Mch. 12 Saxonla ..Apr. 2a j Caisaudra. Ayr. t yatnrnia .Apr. 22 NEW I ______ nuiix I Cnrmauia..Mch. S Caronia ..Mch. 1C 1 Right ihouldcr or norses. Petoj It was the sentiment of the meeting 'BUFFALO X.Y.. Feb. 21.-A root i Albania..Mdi. 24 Camiania .Apr. 16; garden will be one ot the features NEW E. L. Copeland B. R. Phone 1903. Phone 1547 TUB PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanging a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. BIG 12th St. South. juniors 27 to iioth in favor of Raymouil. METHODIST ROOF GARDEN Eugleson, Taber, Alta. Illght ribs ot cattle. Left ribs ot cattle. i that work he commenced on the pub- 826 i lie playground The site is Just south. I ot tho First .Methodist church of! SOUTHAMPTON Uf the "opera house known as Hie pub- Coming, in an endeavor to keep the 12 Auuitania.Mch 22 I He square. The lots have been douat-1 young folks in tho church, the official j Jlauretania. Apr 7 Aimitaiiia. Apr 12 ed by the C. P. R. and Knight Sugar board has announced. Tho NEW EGBERT W. GARDNEE CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybearo Block. Phones 711 and 1065. ?1-2J JOSEPH DAVIDSON f DECORATOR ;i Established Thirty-five ycara' experience W Eiterlor and Interior Decorating 1 967 llth Street South i Estimates free. Reg. phone 1104 TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now is the time to order. wiro or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co.. Lothbridgo. Prono 732. HAY Satisfaction ia assured, when TOU fcuy from the farmers' company. Farm Products, Limited Alfalfa Growers anil Shippers. Whether you need a ton or a car it always pays to get our service. and warehouses at Conlilalc Lethbridge. Phones R1804 and 777. Sj. Organized 1912. Pay your outof-town accounts by Dominion Eiprtu Money rive cen.U, Left thigh of horses. E. J. SHAFFER, P. O. Box 124 Raymond, Alta. Co. A committee of three: L. 0. King, Jas. Meeks aud M.-H. Brimhall j were appointed to wait on the town i council concerning tho proposed play- !ground. This is a progressive movo and we j.hope now the Board of Trade have taken the initiative it will bo push-id to a successful issue. The practise of ticing teams in front ot tho business houses was also discussed and a committee of three, It is always safe to send a Domin-Kir. W. Clemls, P. M. 'Powelson and ion Express Money Order. Five dol- lars costs three ccnty. AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS AT ALL SALES Closing out sale of Mr, Gun- derjon, .near Staunton, at 2 .o'clock on TUESDAY, MAR. S. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; 1 N.E. K4-32-12-23. four miles north of 18th. Closing-out sale of .A, M- Grant, six miles east of Barons, on TUESDAY, MARCH 15th. Mammoth clearance sala of horses, cattle and machinery in village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921. Closinfl-out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; atao tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles of Barons, THJJRS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. List your stuff you wish to sell and 0et benefit of advertise, ment. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. J. D. Hall_were asked to take the mat- ter up with the town council and have teams lied elsewhere. Chas. Lafferty returned from Brooks this week. Tie has been purchasing beef cattle at that point for !i pack- ing house in Spokane, Wash. O. H. Snow is home again after a business trip to Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Costley are ex- pected home on tonight's train from California, where they have been holi- daying for the past three mouths. Relief Society The officers of tho Relief Society met at the home of their president. Mrs. T. .7. O'Brien last Monday af- 'ternoon in a social gathering to cele- brate Mrs. O'Brien's birthday. Con- gratulations were extended, music and games enjoyed and delicious rcfrcshx- inents served. Invitations are out for the Parents and Teachers Banquet of the Knight Academy on March Sth. It promises to bo a most enjoyable affair. .Chas. Fawns who has resided In Raymond the past winter has moved to Coaltlalc vhere he will manage a Is to bo. used mostly for-! BOURG HAMBURG holding religious sen-Ices. Sasonia. .Mch. 10 Saxonlu. .Apr. 2.! NEW _ I LONDON DEXVEH. ireiTTT-Petcr McAvicl Altanl11- 'May U Albania. .June 1 A FOOL AND HIS MONEY BOILER REPAIRING WELDING w. y. Kirnt. PHOXE 755. Comer 1st Are. and 10th St. S. ARMY AND NAVY from Hermlnc, Pa., managed to tear TO EUROPE ST. Mar. 16 JlcUigaiiia Apr. Apr. 7 .....Kinp. Uritaiu (Apr. 15 .1...... Victorian Mar. "J- .....Etup. l-'ranco Mar. IMJIApr. -7 Mc-lila ST. Apr. i Fretciriaii Apr. Sicilian ST. Apr. IS ST. ANTWERP Apr. 1. Scandinavian Apr. 1U For further particulars apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN" PACIFIC OCEAN LIMITED 364 Main Street, Winnipeg NEW (Via Mo- I ville) I Columbia.. Mcll. 28 Algeria...Apr. 6j NEW Panuuuia................... Mch. 2o PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Mch 30 Saturnia.Apr. 20 Full Information can bo secured! from all agents, or company's office, 27U Main Winnipeg. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1333 Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong, Xap- anee, celebrated tbelr diamond wed- ding on February 18th, OIL LEASES WANTED We desire to purchase several thousand acres of Oil Leases in Southern Alberta. Send full description, location, lowest price, etc., to CANADIAN-AMERICAN SECURITIES CO. Suite 21 Manning 24 King St., W., Toronto. WWTESTAR DOMINION LINE FROM PORTLAND Date, Steamer. To Aur. .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX -----Liverpool Apr. .......Liverpool Aiir. .Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK .Mar. Mar. .......Kouthaniiitou ........Livurpool ......Plymouth "Apr. .......Plymouth Apr. ........Liverpool Apr. ......Southampton "Apr. ....Plynioutli ......Plymouth Apr. .Liverpool Apr. ......Southampton "Also to Cherbourg and Antwerp. 409 6th St. B. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work ot Cardstou Temple PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 factory experience. Hon- ours certificate II. T. Assn.. London. England. Heforouc.es to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1108. 027 10th Stieet South, Delightful Winter Cruises lo West Indies, Panama Canal, South .Tannary. February, March, 1921. Largosl Steamers to the Tropics. Apply any Railway or S.8. Agent or Company's Office, 286 Main Street, Winnipeg. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to yjour 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 Avt. 8. Phone 1732. ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AND NAVT Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit Xo. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in1 formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P, 0. Bor No. 6, Lethbridge. _______PHOTOGRAPHER R. tographer, developing, printing. home-portraiture, etc. 121-1 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS publications, at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Dosercl 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 Karl IlaiR should visit Victoria, H. C., In the (all. every effort will bo mado by the mllitarv authorll-icfi to us-rango for tlio disting- uished commander to stay over ill Cal- gary AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted iu any part tho province. PETER LaVALLEY D. J. McSwain. Clerk. c-o Dowslcy Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phone Jas. Norwood, Brantford, fell from a scaffold while at work at St. An- drew's church unil wriously in- jured. ;