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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH LE1HBRIDGE DAILY HERALB STRAIN. FOR SALE (Agricultural) (1Yln.n Mrntlon Tho FOR cov.-, rnisiiciinMl weeks ago. Apply lilT Mh Avenue N. iiariuy and Flai limj UarrU S. Tlossltei, lIlBtnbo'.liaii) lllock, Lof.li- brldiso. "amr four young colts To trade for city prop- erty. For further particulars uuply U3S FOll fihutt engine, to trado for cattle or horses. O. A. Dorgun, Skiff; Alta. 100S FOR (Agricultural) Kbit 30-60 Cull, niiii H'u botluni John lnn-rc and (tin; oil link: outlit run ODD in At shape. Apply Carl Wtilcl Ktzikom, Alta. Ih FOn Rood milk cow. to freshen in ubout six weeks. Apply Westminster >'0ll bli; Shovtnorn milk cows, two due to freshen. Phono UoOS P.-O. Box 1-1S city. ___1037 FOR Killam, Alta. J. W. Chittick, 815 18th Arc. West, Calgary, Pliouo W-I82S. ____________ _ TOR fresh one horse wagon; one team wagon, also democrat. Apply 239 15th Street North. HAY, HRAIM. POTATOES. Special Brloe luis, delivered at your stat- ion. F. 0 Hyde Co., Lcthbridgs 813 FOR EXCHANGE hen Mention Her oast of Medicine lint, on north side of Klkwater Lake. Complete set build- ings, corrals, etc., fenced and cvoss- ffincod. ISO acres timothy meadow, COO acres farmed. Adjoins Cypress Hills Korest Reserve, available for summer lease. This is an ideal live- stock proposition. Will exchange for wheat land in Alberta, or Rood city property anywhere. The O. T. I.athrop Land Co., Ltd., 7 Kylamls Block, Leth- bridgo. FOR good heavy work horses in good shape for spring work. For particulars apply P. L. Whitney, P._p. Box I'hono IW5. six-bottom plow, all ready for service. Will sell at a bargain or will take a few horses'in payment. Phone R 1G08. N. Graybill, Commerce, Alta. 970 FOR bottom Rock Island en glne plow, stuhble and breaker bot- tom, or would trade for S pan disc plow, Cockshutt preferred. Phone 1151-1.' Gust Kaupp, New Dayton, Alta. J'OR number well broke geldings' in matched teams, first class working condition. Prices and terms on application. Apply John Davis ranch, two miles east of Coalhurst. REGISTERED we are offering a few young bulls and heifers and dual purpose cows at far-1 mers' prices. R. W. Gardner C Phone 1065._____________________93 FOR Fonhon tractor, Olive power-lift gang plow, sod and stubbl bottoms. cash, or will trade fo 120 acres of breaking to be dono i coming spring. Chas. T. Jenkins. jDayton. ___________ I'OR machinery bo'ugF new last season; also five horses in eluding a fine upstanding dapple grey gelding weighing "1SOO Ibs., guar anteed sound, a reliable worker, com Ing seven years old. Apply Thos. L Kllllp, Lethbrldge. Phone R1005. 69 BRANDREGISTER I Right shoulder OT norses I Engleson, Tttber, Alta. 626 Right ribs ot cattle. Left ribs of cattle. Left thigh of horses. 13.-J. SHAFFER, P. O. Box 124 Raymond, Alta 35-26 HORSES WANTED teams, mares or geldings, black preferred. Age four to six weight not less than 1500 pounds, well broken. Apply H. Wm. Mooch, Commission- er of Public Works. 1045 lal. only five ears, }28 per ton Loth bridge. Get good hay for your horses SEED lots, germinated nncleaned, 88 per cent. G days, !I3 per cent. 12 day. Pries 81 cents per bushel, Lethbridge. Neptune Hay ani Grain Co. Phono 1565. UPLAND PRAIRIE old bottom, one year's growth J33.00 per ton. freight paid. ALFALFA grade good horse hay, person, Leth' bridge, prime 1st duality second cut- ting, excellent for young cattle. per ton. Neptune Hay and Grain Co.. Lothbridgc. Phone loin. TIMOTHY SEED Direct to tha Consumer Ibs. of 1 Purily Test Government test 9S This seed was grown by me on my farm at Coaldale, shipped to Calgary and cleaned and graded at tho gov- ernment terminal elevator. It will be shipped from there direct to the consumer at J11.50 per 100 Ibe? I1'. 0. D. Calgary. I am officially recognized as the 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, Phono Rural 130S. MOVE in HUH -THEY BRING RESUi There was an old wo who lived in a shoe 8c per line (count 6 words to a Six for ths price of four. Minimum price 25c. Muit be paid in advance. If You don't suppose she lived in a shoe by choice, do you? fi She lived on her "uppers" because she couldn't find any other place to live. !f There's a moral in IJiis fable for you. If Look over our Want Ads. and "To Rent" columns, and there may be just the house to suit, or the tenant you have been look- ing for. ff Try a HERALD WANT a day passes when you cannot use a Herald Want Ad. to advantage. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo mako switches, transformations, etc., from your comSlnga. Switches ?1.00 an Sahvay Hair factory, Carilblon, Alta. SPiRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. FREE PERSONAL I.-CTEKVlEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridgs Viav Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone 1883 527 Sth St. S. 42-26 DANCE MUSIC TUB CHEERIO chestra can supply the music for any style of dance. Phone 1344. MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room I'or ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 329 12th St. N. hall being a sort of community build- ing. Placed on such a site, the hall will be an advantage to the town as well as the miners. A soft wet snow has'been falling since noon and the ground is now cov- ered, the storm having also ceased. The temperature is, however, only just below freezing point. The Pair Hoard haying recently de- cided to hqld a program of sports on July 1st, and the Vets having taken charge during 'tbfi last two years, a rather warm discussion ensued, and Buy Lots From Under Consideration Taber News (From Our Own TABER, dwelling owned by T. A.'Sundal, just cast of the old Union Hotel lias been purchased by Jas. 'Brown, who moved t today to his premises a couule of blocks southeast. The miners' organization has pur- chased the two lots west of the Steller ;arage and will move the Miners' hall o the new site from its present po- sition, a block north of tho hospital. Though tlie pries offered was much below the actual value, the council accepted tlie offer on account of the j disagreement. The Vfeta applied to the council since for the, recreation grounds, the request being granted. The' Board lias since decided on hold- ing a Farmers'. Day. with the pro- gram proposed. The date will likely be some time iu. Juno. The Council has decided to post- pone the matter, for the time, of a. district itifrse, as suggested in a letter from the government, until the ques- tion of the municipal hospital district is settled. Tlio news that C. W. Cochlan, the coming manager of the Commerce here, has been secretary-treasurer of the Carmangay Curling Club to date, Is highly interesting to the local club, as A. J. Maynard is also a curler. A recent banquet of the Carmangay club was held to farewell Mr. Cochlan. Knox Church basement has been undergoing Improvements. Tlio walls and ceiling have been ealsomiued, the woodwork stained and varnished, and other repairs carried out, the whole being finished on "Wednesday. -Monday evening next, Harold Kir- j by, a famous English baritone, will jgive a recital at the Rex. He will be accompanied by Dennis Raymond, u pianist of wonderful skill ami ability, and a treat to music lovers may be expected. Ou Saturday last Rev. F. D. Lea- croft returned from a conference with Total for 1920 Nearly Export Trade Nearly Increase One of the biggest events of the season took place in tho I. O. O. F. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you ueglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightednesa !s a 91 i k n. emciencyv Kearsigntednesa Is a i i ii the Goodwin terrible affliction, which can bo rem- ni TDV with the right kind ol glasses, eunion of the tamily, being the J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store, (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Mar. Tlie report uf "United States Consul, Sorton F. first tims that all the boys who served in the great war. had the privilege of meeting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ooddwin, Sr. One pleasant feature was that all the boys came through the war without being injured. The other event was the celebrating of the 21st birthday of William Goodwin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goodwin. The 1. 0. 0. F.- Hall TCII.S tastefully decorated for i the occasion and about 125 couples were present. The evening was spent in card-playing, songs, recitations, solos and everything that goes to make a good time. After a general sing-song the Goodwin orchestra fur- nished the music for the dance which lasted till late on Wednesday morn- i iaoitm LIU jiiiu on u'tjunesnav moru- Brand, of the Fernle consular district, ing, and all voted it the best time of shows an increase in value of ?x- their lives ports for the year 1920 over the pro-, A number of Maple Leaf voung ceeding year ot a consider- bloods gave a dance in the Maple able margin for the year, although in some lines there was a slight falling off in values. The value of coal and coke sent j over the line during last year was! 821. There Tyas a decereyye in value ot' lead exported lust year from that also value of zinc exported in decrease in i TIMOTHY AKD PRAiniB HAY Also ALFALFA both first aud Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time to order. Writs irire or phono us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbrldge. Prone 732. YOU CANNOT GET HOT WATER if your gas water heater is broken or ieajvy. By our welding metliorl can Tijake the coiled pipes as gocd as new, mending all breaks and leaks and restoring its original heating efficiency. We can do the same with your boiler, other water pipes, radi- ators, etc. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite UthbriHcie Hotel, pared to ttat Silver a so shows of the dec Leaf school on Friday evening last. Ueaman made a business trip j to Letlibridge this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hallworth amid Mr. las. Cousins returned from Calgary the 1. 0. F. Grand Lodge. Etellevue Mine is now working about three days a week. Mr. Balderson of Calgary, is in camp on business for the Maple Leaf! Collieries. Mr. Mike Tavara who spent some) time at the Mayo Bros.. Rochester, re- j turned home this week looking much! F- H. WILKINS SIOHT SPECIAJJST 427 5th St. S. Opposite the Empress Phone Residence Phone 1937 OSTI3PATUIC Dlt. 3. tl. HORNIXO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN IU6-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours aud appointment Phono PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM PrtT.te Pltal, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lathkridger. Pnone ,45. Accommodation tor glcal, medical and maternity pa- tientn. Private and seim-prtTatei rooms. J30.00, IJ3.09 and a week. Write lor information tu Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superiu- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Planoforti Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royai Academy and Royal of JMusIc, London, England. 100 cent, lagt year successful. IRS. w. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory Music eiams it desired. Annual VAiKT-Speclallst to Prencn dry cleaning. We are the oldest' cleaners In the city. We usa tha genuine French system, which COT- KI 5pot alul eliminates BOB- eiola Injury giving high class results. Special attention to S2t