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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 11.1MI THELEIHUKUXJE PAGE IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CAN m THEM FOR SALE (Agricultural) HtraM) FOR ratiM fovr young colU to for city for further apply 18t4 Bt. A. N.___________ FOR t enjlne.. to trade for cattle horses, O. A. Borgon, Skiff, Altt. IMS FOR of good tTlJIatl, J. W. Chlttlck. 815 181U ATI. Wett, Ciliary. Phono W482S. FOR cowi uomjng fresh: a enchant wagon; one team wagon. democrat. Apply 339 15th Street _ FOR SALE OR TRADB tot nay, tva-yur eld heifers. heavy In calf. Phone R SOi or write Pott Office Box ,74. price lota, delivered at your stil ion. F. O. Hjde Co., FOR milk cows, also young stock. Apply S. Bowden, 4 miles south and 3 miles west Coal- dale, 3 miles north Wilson. P. 0. Box FOR SALE (Agrwukural) (CnnUnmxl.) GOOD WORK HORSES FOR Apply McLean Transfer. IMS Un Bruce, oldest son of Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert, was taken with scarlet fever. Ths congregation j at will as their other Wands will be pleased when they are able to bo am- ong them more. The Anglican Ladlu' Aid wore Mr8' WUItnoy last er bottoms, extra lathes. Apply ThlunllfdTSies' Aid will meet McMahon Machine 2nd Aw. afternoTn March 10th. The 1'antry gala mid Tea planned by th9 aid for Saturday FOR team farm horses 3700 HIE., will take as part pa.ym.int, has boeu, postponed. one good milk cow. Apply B. At town council iast Friday Sth St. N. Mies (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, March Dr. Powell, Calgary, superintendent of Methodist Missions in Alberta was a welcome visitor :st the United Sunday school last Sunday morning. After the classes wero over the reverend son- Pbone R 1015. good heaTT work llortes In good shape for sprlliK-work. For particulars apply f. Ii. Whitney, were asked: cost? sked: 1st, How much dirt yon: muglc te furBisnca. 2ni Are yon worth It? of the G_ w_ y> A- personal questions led the boys and men__ night. Mr. A. WerU was given tlie appointment of assessor. The Junior H. I-'. A. held tlielr reg- ular maeting in the rest room last Sat- urday night. Thero was u splendid uttundance. juniors havo absn- doned tlie idea of putting on a play. Tho Women's Auxiliary of the G. W. V. A. met In tho G. W. V. A. rooms last Saturday afternoon. One UBW namo enrolled. At tho close of the meeting a dainty lunch oi Ice cream and wafers was served by Mrsw 0. Anderson and Mrs. Ed. Thompson. On Wednesday, March 17th. tho G. V. A. are holding a St. Patrick's invitation to all. The floor will bo in plendid shape and good The W. A. serve refresh- i_ 1 J IVO. "J tlemau addressed the whole school j fl their roomj and cxtellj nn and u. special talk wns givon to tho boys and the girls. Two questions Boi 904. Phone R405. bottom Rock Island en- gine plow, stubble and breaker bot- Bm. or would trude for 8 pan disc i jn tho evening tho church was filled plow, Cockshntt preferred. Phone to listen to Rev. Dr. Powell, who RI14, Gust Kaupp, New Dayton, Alta. when here on a previous occasion had ___________ impressed his hearers very favorably. IfOR number of well broke! The subject waa Tlie Hope of girls to think and he after telling ,th n the dties Bow many ways they cost, then turned and I ,fl have mmlllery at: showed how they could be McLaln.s MUIlTOry parlors on j an- I Saturday, March 12th. geldings In matched teanu. Drat class condition. Prir.el and terms on application. Apply John Davis ranch, two of CoeJhurst. REGISTERED we are offering a few young bulls and heifers and dual purpose cows at far- mere' pricet. R. W. Gardner Co. Phone_1065.___________________9JS car Bim- Der seed oats, free from wild oats or Germination testa 97 per cent. 65 cents per bushel F.O.B. Samples OB request. N. H. Chjtstensen, Her- ronton via BlacWe, FOR engine. Minneapolis separator, bunk car 10x24, cook car 8i24. Cockshutt steam gang, 10 bottom, stubble and breaker bottoms 4-horse packer, tank and wagon com- plete, coal box and wagon. All in good shape (or cash. Apply owner, J. R. Shorn, Barnwell, before March 14th, after that