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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH 1HE V DAILY HBKALL) V YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CAN SEU THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERALD WANT AD-THEY BRING FOR SALE (Agricultural) lUplrlw llmtlon Tb> HenMk' FOR SALE-- Mtlch coir, weeks HO. Apply (IT __ _ Six ___ mares and four TOR (Agricultural) (CnnUnued.) colts to trade for city prop erty. For furtt-T particulars apply III ISth St. A. N. 71- FOR Praib mirk cows, also fnrao young stock. Apply S. Bowden, 4 miles south and 3 ml In west Coal- dale, 3 miles north Wilson. P. O. Bos VOR 4 tractor and Cock onglne, to trade fur cattle or hones. O. A. Borgen, Skiff, Alta. 100S FOR food milk cow. to freshen In ikoat six weeks. Apply Westminster Meat Market. 864 FOR Shortnorn mill: LOWS, two due to freshen! Phone U50S or P. 0. Box 148 city. 1027 FOR of good oats, f.o.h, Ktllam, Alta. J. W..Cblttlck, 815 18th West, Calgary. Phono W4SS8. FOR cows coming fresh; a horse wagon; one team vaRon. alao democrat. North. Apply 239 15th Street HAT, GRAIN. POTATOES. Special price ear loit. delivered at your elat- ion. F. 0. Hyde Co., Lethhrldge. Ill FOR good heavy work horses In good shape for spring work. For particulars apply P. L. Whitney, P. 0. Box 904. Phone R405. TOR island en- gine plow, stubble and breaker bot- tom, or would trade for 8 pan disc Slow, Cockshutt prcterrcd. Phone H514, Gust Kaupp, New Dayton, Alta. 746. Phono n 1JH5. T3-- li SITUATIONS WANTED (When Replrlni Mention Th. Hirala' on camp or ra-ich by experienced cook, moderate crew. Apply Bos 9 Herald. Kxpa-tetced 'with little boy, housekeeper. Apply BosJSGJIerala. on farm, experienced, no children. Phono 1135 or apply .211 5th Ave. S. WANTED p osltitm in office by young lady with experipnce 4n book keeping. All or part) --lime. Apply Cox 3S Herald. wtsTies cleaning or scrubbing, house or office. Before or after office houri. Apply Room 3 Shepard block, phono 1698. _ Position as manager" In grocery or general store, -life exper- ience, age 41 yetrs. Good references. Disengaged April 1st. Address E. W. F., Box 82, Lomond, Alta. Many Signs of Spring in "Gem of the King Injured (V'roin Our Own Correspondent.! 'COALDALE, March Oxland of Lethbridsc is putting up u building near the Stiggltt Agency. Ho has ob- tained the local agency for tlie Inter- national Harvester Co. and will open business shortly. Tlie foundation of the new building is now being pre- pared by Pllsturjr Bros. Bert Heighes met with hard luck latft Sunday. A valuable mare of his slipped in some manner out in ,the Held and hip. There Is a fair chance for her recovery, however. The Live Wire Camp of Trail Rang- ers -rent to Lethbridge to the Grand I Camp last Friday. They enjoye themselevs Immensely. Geo. Hone ;ett and R. Kramer were elected i with two grown-up children and -baby, grand officers. In the contest an would like position on farm or city, tournament the Live Wires were i where there is no other woman. Apply easy first and won the pennant by 1, FOR number of 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 MAN WITH FO'RDSW TRACTOR good margm congratulated on their success. and plows would like worh breaking, Tne Tuxis basketball league is pu backsetting, summerfallow, 200 acres UD aome good games. Last Pr or more. Work guaranteed satisfac-1 in the Y 'he La Premier tory. Address Room 73, Arlington i Meteor Squares battled for vit Hotel or Leader Barber Shop, Leth-1tory- The Coaldale team won easil are thus placed away up In th bridge.' 73- young lady; position in 7 .an leagu :e standing. Lethbridge seeme _ store, preferably music "store, has all round last. Fr Sellers and dual purpose cows at far- musical knowledge and tw6 years Biers' prices. Phone 1065. H. W. Gardner Co. 938 POR Fordson tractor. Ollve- power-lift gang plow, sod and stubble 'bottoms. cash, or will trade for 320 acres of breaking to be done in coming spring. Chas. T. Jenkins. New FOR machinery bought new season; also five horses in- cluding'a fine upstanding dappled grey gelding weighing 1800 Ihs., guar- anteed sound, a reliable worker, com- ing seven years old. Apply Thos. L. Kllllp, Lethbridge. Phone R1005. high school education. Phone 775 get in tDuch with far- mer wishing to hire experienced man and wife, with six horse outfit and some machinery, for the season. Would consider wage guarantee with, crop percentage In fall. Address N. Rich, Magrath, AJta, FOR Case engine, 40-63 Minneapolis bunk car 10x24, cook car 8x34, Cockshutt steam gang 10 bottom, stubble and breaker bottoms 4-horse packer, tank and wagon com- plete, coal box and wagon. AH in good (or cash. Apply owner, J. R. Shorn, Bamwell, before March 14th. after that date apply The Roger Motor Co., Taber, Alta. EXCELLENT UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY No old bottom, 1 year's growth, price ton, baled F. O. B. shipping pqlnt. No. 1 Timothy hay, the best for work horses, J27.00 per ton F. O. B., Lethbridge. NEPTPNE HAY GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1565. TIMOTHY SEED Direct to Consumer Ibs. of No. 1 Purity Test Government teat 98 This seed was grown by me on wy farm at Coaldale, shipped to Calgary ftnd cleaned and the gov- ernment terminal elevator, t It will be chipped from there direct to the consumer at J11.50 nor 100 Ibs. F. O. B. Calgary. I am officially recognlwd as the lar- gest producer of timothy seed and the producer ot the highest quality in the Dominion. Address all communications to JOHN McD. DAVIDSON, Coaldale, Alta, Phoria Rural 1308. TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time'to order. Write wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Sangden Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Prone 732. CUINA ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saionla Saionla ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnla Apr. 32 NEW Caronia ..Mch. 16 Albania ..Mch 21 Carmanla .Apr 16 Caronia ..Apr 23 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Imperator.Mph 12 Aquitania.Mch 22 Mauretanla. Apr 7 Aq.uitanla.Apr 12 NEW Saionla ..Apr. 21 Saxonia ..May 21 NEW LONDON Albania.... May 3 Albania... June 1 NEW (Via Mo. vllle) Columbia..Mch. 26 Algeria...Apr. 0 NEW Pannonla PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Stch 30 Saturnia.iApr. 20 Full Information can be secured from all agents, or company'a offlce 270 Muin Street, Winnipeg. ROB STATE BANK THEN START FIRE OTTAWA, Kansas, Mar. The State Bank of miles south- east of here, was robbed early today, after which the bank building and its contents were destroyed by fire. W. O. of the bank, was unable to estimate the loss, although he' said the safe contained in currency and valuable papers. The building burst into flames fol- lowing three explosions. Safety de- posit boxes had been carried from the building and rifled. Farm Changes Local rumor states that a goo Pour horses were burned in a stable belonging to J. Wallace at Arnpriof when a lantern exploded., setting fire to a quantity of hay. HAY Satisfaction Is assured vghen you fcejr from the farmers' company. Farm Products, Limited tlfalfa Growers and Shippers, Whether yoa need or car tt always pays to let our Offices and warehouses at Coaldale ftnd Lethbridge. Phones R1804 and 777, Orfanlwd 191J. AUCTION SP REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS .AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnsen; estate sale; N'.E. 14-32-12-23, four miles north of Barons; MARCH 18th. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, six miles east of Barons, on TUESDAY, MARCH 15th. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle" and machinery In village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1M1. Closing-out salt ,of horses, cattle, machinery; alto tractor and plows', on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of Barons, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1121.' C. Bruce McClelland. List your stuff, you with to and get benefit ef advertise- ment ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. many changes are to take place thi spring in the farms of the district J. P. Baldwin and C. E. Cannon ar to change residences. W. D. Bixb; is to take Mrs. Pawson's place, when T. P. Bowlby now lives, Jir. Bowlby moving back to the late W. Lust place. Ceo. Knudaon is to move tt W. D. Bixby's place. W. W. Honey sett is to move to R. R. Lee's, and A L. Brown is to take a place south o Taber. School Taxes Unpaid H. A. Suggltt spent a tew days il Edmonton on Business with the Al berta School Trustees association, in terviewiug the government on schoo matters.: Incidentally, the payment o all the back school taxes would be appreciated as the school is having difficulty to keep open. The U. P. A. meeting last Thursday will prove epochal In the history o the district. The full report Iiaa-al ready appeared In the Herald. Movies last Wednesday-were really Brat class, and the young folks who gave the supplementary program are to be congratulated. They did well However, when the film shows Cal gary as the centre of the Irrigation belt In Alberta; on behalf of Leth. bridge we emphatically protest. Moving pictures will be shown at Chin school Thursday evening at S o'clock, and at Ready-Made school on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Reeve King Hurt Reeve D. King had the misfortun., to take a false step the other day and came near breaking his leg. He is able to be around, however. The Woman's .Missionary Society wiir meet on Wednesday afternoon at Airs. L. R. Shrumm's home. Those In the village without cars will meet at the school at 2.30 and transportation will be provided. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dunham and family of Lethbridge attended church at Coaldale on Sunday morning. At an emergency meeting of the church board on Sunday morning Mr V...V. Weaver was appointed as church treasurer. Will those sending cheques please make them payable td the treasurer of the United' church aud savo confusion. The practices for the play "Kindling the Hearth Fires" are making pro- gress. The dramatis personae are- Miss Field (an overworked farmer's wife) Mrs. Mitchell; Ned (her j-oun- son) Chas. Harrison; Doris (her daughter) Gertrude Honeysett- Mri Stringer fa borrowing neighbor) AH- byn Honeysett; Mr. Hartwell (u grad- uate of the agricultural college) Bar Grunewald; Mr. Field, (a prosperous J. McD. Davidson; Dave Dai- ton (a neighbor) W. W. Honeysett- Ida JoMison (a department store clerk) Mrs. S. Ramsey; Mrs Ryan (manager of a boarding house) Mrs Weaver; Mr. Bond (a man with mon- ey) H. 0. Harrison; Mrs. Brooks (visiting housekeeper for Welfare League) Mrs. Bosomworth; Pete (a ADVERTISE Your STOCK, POULTRY and EGGS for Sale! "Ready buyers waiting to hear from you." The Herald is the best and most popular .medium for reaching the prospective purchas- ers of this community. Just call at the Herald office in the morn- ing and leave your ad. for the evening edition. HERALD WANT ADS. PAY BIG PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTKPATHIC Wo make switches, transformations, etc.. trom your combings. Switches 51.00 an oz. Salway Hair Factory. Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA COR8ETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse lias pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accoucnment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. hired man) Archie Mitchell; Olaf (a the chorus work to a high'state 'of hired V. V. Weaver. efficiency. Mr. jui Mrs. J. Loftier are bade Fixing the Streets again on their farm after an extended The C. P. R; brought In flve car viiit'to Missouri. I loads of cinders for Cardston's depot Mr. was a visitor at the streets, last Saturday. A large nuni- teacherage over the week-end. j her of Cardston's enthusiastic citlj- The choir is fine. Come and, ens turned out and unloaded these hear it. The leader, however, states; cars Saturday afternoon, with ,the re- that he is short of bass and tenor, suit that no longer will spring weath- Will those possessing these er and mud holes bo synonymous in Cardston. Debaters Lose We are sorry to report that the Cardston debating te'am lost by a close margin to Camrose, last Friday, at Ed- monton. But we are also highly I pleased to hear that they put up a good fight, that, although they lost, they did well and were only heaten because the other side had the better argument. The question for debate' I was the Alberta school course of voices come and help along. GIASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedness Is a terrible affliction-, which can -bo rem- edied with the right kind e( glasses. J. M. HENDERSO.NY Care Jewelry District Committee Formed'To; Arrange Lose in Edmonton (From Onr Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, March the studies, and as Cardston upheld the affirmative, holding that the course ot studies is well adapted to the educa- tional needs of today, the facts were against them to a great extent, as is evidenced by the minister's action In appointing n committee to revise this same course of studies with a view to making it more practical and there- meeting of the Cardston district school 'ore more suited to the needs of today. air committee held Saturday, at the court1 house, Inspector Owen Williams was elected President or chairman of he committee and Mr. J. W. Low, ecretary. All the preliminary organ- zation work necessary to success I Uie fair was accomplished at this meeting. The prize list received a i horough checking up, and many new! eatures were aelued. In some sections pecial committees were'annotated to urther revise the-list of exhibits. For1 More Shooting In South Ireland DR. J. X. HORNING. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN" 316-18-20 Bide. Hours and hf appointment Phone im PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Hos- pital, 1234 7th Ave. S., Phone 74K. Accommodation for mr. Zlcal, medical and maternity tionts. Private and rooms. Rates JSS.OO and a week. Writs for information Mrs. M. E, Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILBBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for the of Mjrtl Academy Royal College Music, London, England, 100 per cent, last year snccmtnl._________ MRS. W. H. at Piano and Th.ory. Pupils for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exama If desired. Annual spring rtcital. Studio, 5th A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OV Knox Church, is prepared to take pupisj in piano, organ or yocal. Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms apply at studio, 412 8th St. south. _ CLEANERS AND F. H. W1LKINS- SIGHT SPECIALIjrr 427 5th St S. OpoMltfl the Empress Phone 1IW Residence Phone PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AtTDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. PARRI9 Snlte 4. Acadla Block. Phone 1111. DUBLIN. Mar. persons xample the art section wasT placed L. as chairman. The ath- etic events were handed over to the evlsion committee of four with Mr. Osbprne Wight as chairman. In probe, and Captain Cliatneld and two privates were. wounded. Police auxil- iaries engaged in an hour's fight with ee of one, as also will the vegetable i ection be directed by the Raymond Vgricultural School. In essays, John 3iackmore, B: A., of Wool ford, will e the man in charge of this section. .11 these committees will report their sts to Mr. Low, secretary, by March 1th, so that the complete prise list -ill be printed by the 20th of March nil thus give ample time to all chopls to work up their exhibits bo- ore the end of the term at June. A special feature of.the coming fair will be the evening session under the irect charge of the chairman, Mr. Vlllianis. At this evening ..session ompetitlons la declamations and chool chorus work will be held. This romises to be one of the biggest at- rfctions of the whole fair and un- oubtedly will bo a big success, as Ir. Williams is a very talented mus- :ian and will thus be able to promote malocfc, county Limerick, by five men and the military forces retaliated by blowing up a store near where the shooting took place. BERLINERS WAGER FIVE MILLIONS ON RACES IN ONE DAY ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Officer Conjrbeare Block. Phones 711 and 51.21 BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. X. KTITH. PHONE 793. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES THE IB Trmttt dry cleaning, Wa are the oldatt cleaners In the city. We tta genuine French system, which cor- efv, 87ei7 spot tat eliminates poi- s bio iLjury to earmenU, firing hlfh class Special attention to country work, 8J4 Street South. Phona Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS LOCKSMITHS-OUN barrels stialghtened, nns reatocfc. eU. giro rurk Jon, by (nnsmlth: leys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers BharpenwL D. E. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1031, Its. Street, opposite Herald Offlce. pECOftATING WELLINGTON Deeera, tors. Paperhanger. and Painters; General Decorating and Slea Writing. given. painters In Letbbrldee. Res. pbona 1478; offiea pooce 1753, Sherlock Lett. bridge. Albarttt. Paperhangjnfr, Phone Avenue South, 611 Ith Bleotrlc Light anil Power Contractors Phono 1331 BERLIN, Mar. numbering many thousands gath- ered at the racetrack here yester- day for the opening of the sea- in spite of the snow and cold weather. Wagers laid at the tneK on the trotting races amounted to two million marks and it was stat- ed that wagers placed down town totalled an additional three mil- lion marks. TO EUROPE ST. JOHN-LIVERPOOL Metagama 2 Mlnnedosn iADr- 4 .....Emp. liritaln !APr- 15 Victorian Mar. ?2.....Emn. Mar. Melita ST. JOHN-GLASGOW APr- 1 Aur. 14.................. Sicilian ST. ADr- ls .................Tunisian ST. JOHN-SOUTHA.MPTON- ANTWERP ADr' Scandinavian Corslcan for further particular: apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SeilVICBS, LIMITED JMM.tattr.tl, Prohibitionists Present Resolutions To Premier Drury 5th St. 3. Lethbrldgt Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Wort of Cardston Templa PUNOTUNING -L- Copelani R. Phone 1503. Phone HIT THH PYRAMID B15CORATTN6 CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhacginf a specialty. Satisfied cnstomera our aim. 618 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOE Established Thirty-five years' experience la Brtertor and Interior Decorating llth Street South Estimates frae. Hes. phons Q. H. Player-Piano aud Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to tile leading musicians of the city. Phona. 1168. BJ7 10th Street South. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs ft 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 regroqnd, and fitted with pistons and NIVEN BROS.1 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY Veterans In Canada. Lethhridge Unit No. 34. Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain In- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. No. 6, Lethbridee. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. R. Pho- tographer, developing, printing. home-portraiture, etc. 1214 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS publications? at Cardston. News Agent. I. M. Coombs, Deseref. A delegation from the Ontario Prohibition Convention at Masacy Hall I Toronto, visited.the Ontario Cabiuct and presented the resolutions of tlio' convention hearing on the demand for total prohibition. The members of the delegation are shown follows: From left to right ront Hey W. D. Magee, Essex; Mrs. Jones, Ottawa; Mrs Harrison London; and W. T. Rogers, Iirockvillo Falls; D. V. Sinclair, Belleville; and Her, Sea Spcncc, secretary and editor of the Pioneer, To- WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man. 4th Ave, Behind Silver Grill. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted In any part of the province. PETER La VALLEY 'D. J. McSwain, Clerk. c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phone 1803. E. Porter Adams, a well-known Queenston orchardlst, was killed by an unknown motor car. FIVE TORONTO YOUTHS HELD FOR MURDER Of1 CECIL SABINE, DRUGGIST TORONTO, March men were arrested early this morning charged with complicity la tte Mr> der Cecil Sablne, druggist of tile city on Saturday nlfht and wttk per- jwlratlon of several jewelry aBn ttto- bcriep in Toronto tad Hamijtoa, ;