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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta (WEDNESDAY. KXRCH 9.1WJ THE LETHBRIDCfe DAILY HERALD THAKI IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS. FROM GOOD ST RAIN JOU CAN SELL THROUGH A HERALD WAfff AD-THEY BR1NC RESULTS FOR SALE (Agricultural) Mention Hmld) FOR SALR-Mllch cow, tre.noned I weeks ago. Apply (17 9th Aveutffe N. FOR mares and four young colts to trado for city P'-OII- tiriy. for further particulars apply 12th St. A. N. ____ FOR Big 4 tractor and Cock engine, to trade for cattle or horses. O. A. Borgen, Skiff, Alta. FOR good milk cow, to freshen in about six weeks. Apply Westminster Meat Market. 7Olt bis Shortnorn milk FOR' (Agricultural) FOR milk cows, also some young stock. Apply B. Bowdea, 4 miles south and 3 miles west Coal- lale, rollcs north Wilson. P. O. Box. '46. Phone H 1015. 73--U Strikes, Quebec 746 SITUATIONS WANTED (When neplylng Mention Hfra on camp or ranch by cKpericnccd cook, moderate craw. Apply Box 9 Herald. Rill Put Through UgislatJre Mfckesiit Unlawful For Civic Workers to Strike QUEBEC, March Gallipoault hill intended' to put an end to lockouts strikes in municipal services In cows, two due to freshen. Phono H10S auiKus in municipal serv .woman with i Quebec was'put through the little boy, position as i Apply Box 80 Herald. housekeeper, j ture laiii night. Thla now law will apply only to or wriuV married waterworks em- or write v. u. uoi 148 _ j M Ployees and -mployees In chargo of ----------------------------_----------------------UIl iu.nu, eiuciieiii ea, no CuiUircn Ii i r.9..R oats. f.o.b. Phone 1135 JJ apply 211 5th Ave. S. j 'numeration of garbage. It -will 18th V apDly to municipallties having at least Ktllam. Alta. _. Arc. West. Calgary, Phono W4828. FOR cows coming fresh; a one horse wagon: one team wagon, also democrat. Apply 239 North.______ two-year old heifers, heavy in calf. Phone R 302 or write Post Office 774. _________74-6 HAY, (iRAlN POTATOES. Special pries cai Itns. delivered nt your slat. ioa. F. O Hyde Co., Lethbridge 113 .iL.-; in their It will jw Ill luell Ulllpluj In office by young i apply to all disputes regarding experience in book keeping.! working hours or dismissals I lady with AH or part .Herald. time. Apply wages, iiox 03 count of membership in any labor un- loo. Under this law It will be unlaw- ful for any employer to declare i WANTED-lleliable woman wishes 'fu'f0rt employer to declare a i cleaning or scrubbing, house or office.': tclr employee to strike i Before or after office hours. Apply; Caving taken the dispute to in s nnouo a hoard of, arbitration. "no law provides for a fine of not less than aniWnot more than as manager in on employers'declaring or cans groce VOU SALE Horses, good heavy work __ _ _ ___ horses In Rood shape for spring work, j Experienced housekeeper Kor particulars apply F. L. Whitney, P. Box Phone R405. FOR SALE WAXTED-BV young laJlv, position in cery or general store, life eiper- Tng a lockout for every day or part fence, age 41 years. Good references. day-.that such lockout lasts. It also Disengaged April 1st. Address E. w. i provides for a fine of not less than; P., Box 82, Lomond, Alta. with two grown-up children and baby, would like position on farm or city. i iiuue rnu.i. wouui iiKe position on rarni or city, Rock i where there is no other woman. Apply stubble and breaker hot-1 14 Herald. ___________ c.ouraEe; vould trade for 8 pan disc ?loye? fio and not more than on each employee gohig on strike contrary to the law, for every day or part of a day that such employee remains ou Any person who incites, ..en- or aids any employer or em- -o break the law shall be liable to a fine of not less than and not more than high school education, Phone 775. get in touch with mer wishing to hire experienced man and with six horse outfit and some machinery, for tho season.'! Would consider wage guarantee with j crop percentage in fall. Address N. Rich, Magrath, Alta. FOR well broke Seldings in matched teams, first class vrorking condition. Prices and terms on application. Appt John Davis ranch, two miles east cf REGISTERED Wo r.re offering a young bulls and heifers and dual purpose cows at far- mers' prices, n. W. Gardner Co. Phone 1085.________ 938 FOR machinery bought new last season; also five horses In- cluding a fine upstanding dappled srey gelding weighing 1800 Ibs., guar- anteed sound, a reliable worker, com-i Ing seven years old. Apply Thos. L. KllUp, Lethbridgo. Phone R1005. 69-6 I FOB. Case engine, Minneapolis separator, bunk car 10x24, cook car 8x24, Cockshutt steam gang] 10 bottom, stubble and breaker bottoms 4-horse tank 'anil wnvnn teen mmine servjctj in LUU UIIKIUUUU tot. mere is plete coal boi and T- T on account of not 8elnS able to run on 'talk that Pls wlthin a iood' shape cash AA'pp" time with a flfteen minute schedule owner, JR. Shorn, Bamwell before when tho. traffic, was greater oolore Many patrons ou this route have POULTRY and EGGS NOW IS THE TIME TO BE SETTING YOUR HENS Watch our poultry column for good settings' from good strain of buy new birds to improve your pen. ,The Herald'Poultry Column is your best modium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or chicks. Thousands read GUI' Classified Col- umns daily. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Phone 337 LADIES Wo make switches, etc., from your combings. Switches an or.. Sahvay Hair Factory. Cardstou, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 132! 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. MATERNITY, NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurso lias pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouuhmont. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Sclby 529 12th St. N. OSTEPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNING. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 216-18-20 Sherlock Bldr. Hours and by appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS CHICAGO LABOR HELP HOUSE NOTICE TO PUBLIC Sometime ago I changed the sched- ulo of the White Line Car to an eigli- WINNIPBG, Mar. Winnipeg i Tribune today carries the following i from its Ottawa correspondent: "Since, parliament has asserted its j confidence in the Melghen govern- meut, it is understood that the pro- jected credit re-organization will go ahead, beginning with Quebec repre- sentation. "The deputy speaker of the house, CHICAGO. March Chicago Federation of Labor lias pledged its resources, moral and financial, to the j workers in the packing house j industry In their detennination to re- sist to the last ditch a breaking down of the 8-hour-day. t A resolution was adopted which al- so declared that the 53 cents an hour wage now paid is below the living j standard and recommends, unlefls j steps are taken to remedy the sittia-1 government will be in danger of a test of strength. In such an emerg- cncy it is believed the government j could draw sufficient support from tlie Liberals to save it from defeat. tion, the present owners and ....put. ui me uu.i, inai toe present owners and George H. Boivln, Liberal, may enter I managers of the packing industry be uiu ui LIIB juvc uuiu nj ii.s.. tlie cabinet soon, possibly with L. J.! publicly branded as a menace to the teeu minute service in the afternoon1; Gauthler (St. There is j government and people in general. nti nrprvnnt nf nnf Vspine- .ihlfi t.n run on talk that ihlft mav wifhiii n _ _ March 14th, after that date apply Tho Roger Motor Co., Tabor, Alta. 73-6 Philip "Fitch, a Montreal store-keep- er, has been forced out of business by four burglaries. EXCELLENT UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY No old bottom, 1 year's growth, price J13.00 per ton, baled F. O. B. shipping point. No. 1 Timothy hay, the best for work horses, per tnn F. O. B., Lethbridge. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1565. TIMOTHY SEED Direct to the Consumer Ibs. of No. 1 Purity Test Government test 98 This" seed was grown by me on my farm at Coaldale, shipped to Calgary and cleaned and graded at the gov- ernment terminal elevator. It will be shipped from there direct to the consumer at ill.50 per 100 Ibs V. 0. B. Calgary. I am officially recognized as the lar- gest producer of timothy and the .producer of the highest quality in tho Dominion. Address all communications to JOHN McD. DAVIDSON, Coaldale, Alta. Phone Rural 1308. HEAR1BURN UVERTOBLE When the liver becomes torpid and inflamed, it cannot furnish sufficient blla to the bowels, thus causing them possible to pick up time once it is Fourthly By being at the regular stopping point so that not more than TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now the time to order. Write wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunderg Hay Grain Co. Prono 732. stated that they preferred the fifteen minute schedule even if the. cars d: run late. Furthermore the revenue from this' Line is not so good under the present I schedule as It was Under the old. i I am, therefore, changing back to the fifteen minute scheduro starting on Saturday, March 13th, and in doing so I am going to ask the co-operation of our citizens in order to secure the host service possible. having fares ready. being expeditious in boarding ami leaving cars. uo me ooweis, tnu not expecting to wait, to become constipated. for passengers who axe not at the The stomach is also affected. In stopping points. (As every passenger I the case of heartburn there' is a accommodated in this way inconven- gnawing and burning pain in the iences hundreds of others as it is im-[ stomach, attended by disturbed ap- petite, caused by great acidity. When- ever too much food is taken, it is liable to ferment, and become ex- tremely sour, vomiting often occurs; antl what Is throtvn up, is sour aud sometimes bitter. Other liver trouble symptoms are _ lin under the right shoulder, yellow- ness of the skin and eyes; floating specks before the eyes, coated tongue, bad taste in the morning, foul breath, nvater brash, jaundice, constipation etc. Keep your liver active by using Milburn's Lara-Liver Pills "and you will have no heartburn or other liver troubles. Being purely vegetable they do not, gripe; weaken or sicken like the old-fashioned purgatives gen- erally do. Mrs. Mary Strome, Glasnevin, Sask., have used Mil. burn's Laxa-Liver Pills, and they havo cleared me of heartburn and liver trouble. I don't think they can be beatei; by any other medicine, and I can highly recommend them Price SCc a vial at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toron- to, DENOUNCES INHUMAN ACT YARMOUTH, N. S, Mar. adian the resumed, inquest Saturday afternoon into the death of Captain W. B.-Perry, retired master who was cijibbed tu death ou his own doorstep the night of Feb- ruary 26, tho jury brought in a ver- dict strongly denouncing the "inhum- an act of leaving Captain Perry, out- side on the ice for one or more hours after he was found there wounded and for the indifferent attitudo on the part of those whose duty It was to minist- er to him in this, his hour of need." CHAMBERLAINS RELIEVES PAIN Chamberlain's Liniment should be kept constantly in your home. Aching: shoulders, necks or backa yield quickly to massage treat- ment with this penetrating, heal- ing remedy. Person B subject .to such attacks should keep a bottle always -within reach. LINIMENT BEWARE OF BRONCHITIS GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that tho lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedness is A terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with, the right kind o! glussca. J. W. HENDERSON, Due Wright's Jewelry Store. THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1324 7th Ave. S., LethbrWgk; Phono 746. Accommodation for wr. Blcal, medical and maternity pa tients. Private and Beml-privati rooms. Rates -and 13 j week. Writs information to Mrs. M. K. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MISS AILEEN" M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. at Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared lor tho Toronto Conservatory or Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Oth Are A South. one stop ia necessary at any inter- section. not generally understood that I It it takes as much power to stop and I nain under the right shoulder, yellow- start a car as it does to run a block, and much time is lost. The corners of 4th, 5th and 6th avenues and 13th St. are bad in this respect, so please note that the motorman's Instructions are to stop once only at Intersections. If the public will co-operate with me in these respects a much more regular service will he possible Sind the pub- lic will benefit greatly thereby. I am also Stopping the service one hour earlier on Sundays. This means that '.he last Blue Line Car will leave the corner of 5th St, and 3rd Ave. at and North Lethbridge loop at p.m. The White Line will make Its last trip, leaving the corner of 5th St. and 3rd Ave. at p.m. The Red Line will made Its last trip to the Fair Grounds at p.m. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 5th St., and the 13St alternate trip around town at p.m. i This only applies to Sunday service. M. Ad K Commissioner Public Utilities HAY Satisfaction is assured when you Buy from tho farmers'; company. Farm Products, Limited Alfalfa Growers and Shippers. Whether you need a ton or n car It always pays to get our service. Lethbrlafe. Phones RU04 aud 777 Organized 1913. Coaldala YOU CANNOT GET HOT WATER if your gas water heater is' broken or leaky. By our .welding method wo can make the coiled as gocd as new, mending all breaks and leaks and restoring its original heating efficiency. We can do the same with TOUT boiler, other water pipes, radi- ators, etc. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Ql'poslte Lethbrldfe Hotel. AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnion: estate talc: N.E. 1-4-32-12-23, 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 of Barons, SATURDAY. MARCH 12, 1921. Cloilng-out >aie of horse., cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four east of Baruna, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. List your stuff you to sell and get benefit of advertise- ment ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER ALTA. Mrs. Perry, recalled, again denied all knowledge of the crlmo and said i she was ou good terms .with her hus- band. BETTER ADMINISTRATION WOULD DO AWAY WITH GIVING OF CHARITY OTTAWA, -Mar. Michael! soldiery and sailors iu Canada who were now m distress, said that while he did not intend to discuss Bronchitis is generally caused by neglecting a cold, or exposure to wet and inclement weather. It begins with a tightness across the chest, dif- ficulty in breathing, and a wheezing sound conies from tlie lungs. There Is u raising of phlegm, especially tho first tiling In the morning. This is at first white, but later becomes of a i greenish or yellowish color und is i occasionally streaked with blood. -vy association to funds for' cSc! anil perhaps developing into some more serious lung trouble. -Airs. Brice Culham, Sheffield, Ont' .December, 1919. I was very sick with bronchitis, .and had to stay in the house all winter. One distress did exist among syrup advertised so I got ex-service men in Canada and it was bottle which helped me very much; 1 then got a 60c size, and it complete- ly relieved, me. I cannot praise 'Dr. Wood's' enough for what it dii Two of my neighbors are now usiii? it for colds." Don't accept a substitute for Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; the gen- uine is put up In a yellow wrapper: pine trees the trade mark; ,-----35c tnd 60c; manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, To- roiito, F. H. W1LKMS SIGHT SPECIALIST Ctb St s. Oppoitta the Emjnu Phone uu Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOtJNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSDLTATION3 REUBEN C. PARRI3 Suite i. Acmdui Block. Phone he was of the opinion that if Canada'! were properly governed and admin-i every one's first duty to relieve this. ONTARIO HOUSE MAY SIT UNTIL AFTER EASTER TORONTO, Mar. the On- tario legislature this week entering upon the seventh week of the session, there is little prospect of prorogation! three until after Easter. No business of out- standing importance has been dispos- ed of. The debate on the budget has not been resumed since Hon. Harry Mills, minister of mines, moved tho adjournment some time ago, and it is yet to be linished. Continuance of the debate on the proposed amendments to the Ontario Temperance Act may occupy consider- able time this .week. The government has practically consented to an amendment to permit appeals tg coun- ty judges on the records of the evi- j j dence taken before police magistrates It is possible there nwy be a divis-l ion in the house week on these amendments, but it is not thought the Smoke ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 51-2 BOILER WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONB 792 Corner 1st Are. and 10th St. S, ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1333 409 Gth St. 8. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. CHI Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168 10th Street South. Ust it for satisfaction The Education of Your Children Have you money with which to do ii? Mart to save while they are them commence life knowing you arc at the. oac'c o[ them. Savings Accounts arc u specialty with CANADA LETHBRIOGE BRANCH E. E. MACKAV, Manjfer, Total Resources FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to your inter- est to try US. We have .an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only ftrst-clses Machinists. Satisfaction in pries and workmanship. Tractor. Cylinders isgroimd, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Avs. S. Phone (733 WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECOREO BY ANDY Tha Radiator Msn. 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST Knox Church, is prepared to take pupils in piano, organ or vocal Pupils prepared for eiamtnations For terms apply at studio, 412 8tu St. south. CLEANERS AND PRESSERg THE tu French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We th. lennlne French ijrstem, which COT- e" ojery "Pot and eliminates tos, Bible litfury to garments, glrlna nigh class results. Special attention to 324 Street Sooth. Phone 1113. Collect and deliver. _ __ GUNSMITHS ft barreta straightened, arms restock- gun Trorlc done .by a gunsmith: Keys made, repaired, bicycles. twewrtters, phonographs, any llgkt fflachtoenr repaired; lawn mowera sharpened. D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1031,