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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ,T, MARCH 14.MM HIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MtRALP PAGE IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD WAOT AD -THEY BRING RESULTS FOR SALE (Agricultural) fttplrliw MMton ft" Hm HmU) FOR 4 tractor anil Coek thutt engine, to trade for cattle or horsni. O. A. Borgen, Skiff, __________________________IMS of good ostt. f.o.b. Ktllam. Alta. I. W. Chlttick, 815 ISth .Avo. West. Calgary. Phono FOR SALS OR TRADE for bar, 8 old heifers, In calf. Phone R 308 or write Post Office Box 774. FOR SALE (Agricultural) UlnnUMMM, GOOD WORK HORSES FOK McLean Transfer. HAY: ear '.MM. at roar stat- ion. F O ft Co., Lethbrldfjs- Km milk cows, alijo yonnc Apply S. Bowden, 4 milts sooth and 3 miles west Coal- dale, 3 north Wilson. P. O. Box 746. Phone R IftlG. team farm horses, 3700 Ibs., will take as part payment, one food milk cow. Apply B. Fia. 916 9th St. KT, !FOR Rock Island en- nine plow, stubble and breaker bot- tom, or would trade for 8 pan disc 9tow, preferred. Phone HB14. Gust Kaupp, New Dayton, Alta. ur extra lathes. Apply Mart McMahon Machine Co., Snd Ave. S. FOR worlc horses from 1300 to 1600 Ibx. Terms 26 per cflnt. cash, bankable noto j October 1st. for particulars apply Ed. McKentle, a miles N', of Leth- bridge. P. p. Box FOR "car load o'f pure" Ban- ner seed oats, freu front wild oats or' weeds. Germination tests 97 per cent. 55 cents per bushel F.O.B. Samples on request. N.J1. Christensen, ronton via BlacTle, WANTED TO RENT for montjl of two, furnished house, south sldtj, not less than three bedrooms. Write Post Office Box 459. 1047 WANTED TO house; two or three rooms, by April 1st. Care- tenants, no children. Apply Box 110 Herald. XFOR number of well broke (eldlngs In matched teams, first class condition. Prices and terms on apfllcatlon. Apply John Davis ranch, two miles eart ot Coalhurst. REGISTERED sH We an offering a few young bulls and heifers and dual purpose cows at far- mers' prices. II. W. Gardner Co. Phone FOR 30-CO Humely Oil Pull, one ten bottom John Docrc plow and one oil tank; outflt run one sea- ion. In Al shape. Apply Carl Wald, 10-20 Titan tractor, one P. and 0. plow, 3 r Btnbble and 3 breaker bottoms, with: Lloyd. Devlne extra lathes. One 100-foot double disc, I one McCormlck drill double disc typo j Notice is hereby given that Lloyd three drums of kerosene. All the Devine and Lloyd. Devine Nilssoc In good order. Apply Ed. Ken- of Lethbridge. Alberta, did on fj3 care Lethbridge Hotel. 1004 24th day of January, 1921, make an 40-62 assignment to the under- Minneapolis separator, bunk car WANTED TO RENT ying- MenfiftD WANTED TO Improved farm. Write W. E. Orr, Magrath, ________ WAN' TO rooms on ground "floor or small fur- nished house. Apply H. W. Knauss, care Lethbridge Iron Works, or phone 1906. ___________________Z5r6c or seven roonied house, at once, by careful tenant, ou south side. Phone 1073. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Bankruptcy Act In the estate of Lloyd Derine and Nllsson authorised cook car SiS4. Cockshutt steam gang, 10 bottom, stubble and breaker bottoms 4-horie packer, tank and wagon com- plete, coal box and wagon.. All In (aod >lupe for cash. Apply J. R. Shorn, Barnwell, before March 14th, after that date apply Tho Motor Co., Taber, Alta. 73-6 TIMOTHY SEED Direct to Consumer Ibs. of No. 1 Purity Test Governmont test 98 This was grown by me on my farm at Coaldalo, shipped to Calgary and cleaned and graded' at the gov- ernment krmlnal elevator. It will be shipped from there direct Co consumer at per 100 Ibs. F. O. B. 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, Cosldalc, Alta. Fhona Rural 13CS. BALED READY TO SHIP AT A MOMENT'S NOTICE: TIMOTHY HAY ALFALFA UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. PHONE 1565. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE. 1059 BETTER FARMING MACHINERY Porker Snring-laoth Cultivators. 4, 8 10 horse. Tandem Discs. Harrows. U. O. G. and Sylvester Drills, hand tor power lift. Disc Cream Separators. Bee these. Nearly all at last year's prices, Farm Products Ltd. Alfalfa Growers and Hay Shippers. Coaldale and Lethbrldfe-e. Phones R 1804 and 777. Established 1312. Notice is further given that the first meeting of creditors In the above estate will be held at our ofllce In the Couybeare Block, Lethbridge, on the 17th day of March, 1921, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. To entitle you to vote thereat proof of your claim must he lodged with the undersigned before the meeting is held. Proxies to be used at the meeting must be lodged with the undersigned prior thereto. And further take notice that if yon have any claim against tho debtor for which you-are entitled to rank, proof of sucu claim must be Died with the undersigned within thirty days from the date of this notice; for, from and after the expiration of the time fixed by subsection 8 of section 37 of the said Act, we shall distribute the pro- ceeds of the debtor's estate among the parties entitled thereto, regard only to tho which we have then notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 24th day of February 1921. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO. Ad L. Authorized Trustee. Solicitor for the said company. FOREMOBT U.F.A. HOLDS SUCCESSFUL MEETING i liir Own KORKMOST, Mar. The fore- man U.F.A. held 11 very nucceuful meeting in the hull lust Tuesday eve- 1 ulng with tho president. Fred era In tho chitlr. Th0 program con- stated ot u violin solo by Mrs. Fred Mcdhurst, a. piano duet by Mrs. Ed. Thompson and Mrs. James Thoinp- toil, tnd a vocal uuartettu by Mr. and Mm. James Thompson, Mrs. Kreil Mcdhurst Mr. Lyul Whitney. Mr. Peterson ot llarnwell and Mr. Mori rlam ot Lucky Strike addressed the meeting on U.F.A. matters. Ilev. J. D. Taylor preached In Nemtscam last Sunday aftornoon to a congregation that filled tho school building. Her. 0. G. Heath anil Misa Sellers have returned homo after spending the fall j.nd winter In evangelistic w.ork. Mrs. (Jreeu left last Saturday to join her husband in Calgary where they intend to live. Mrs. Gilrie has been rather seri- ously sick with tonsilltls (or a few days. 1 Mr. C. W. Boldrldk of Blrdsliolm has returned homo (rom a few months' Tisit in Ontario. Mr. John Marshall of Blrdsliolm haa returned from Lethbridge where he has been working for a few month: Mrs. Stinson of Wildhorse has re- turned from Carstalrs where she has been visiting her brother, Dr. Rend- ers. She has brought a new baby home with her. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Birdsholm have come home for the summer from Taber, where Mr. Taylor has been working in tho mines A benefit danco was given iu the hall last night. Mr. Poter Jensen of Birdsholm has returned liome for the summer. SKIFF PREPARING FOR "HATFIELD FLOOD" (From Our Own Correspondent) SKIFF, Mar. Mr. J. B.O'Rear, of the Kentucky farm, was the first at work'in the'field in this district this year. He was breaking on the first of March reported nnc wort. Mr. 'Robert Bailey and family left for Wisconsin last week. Mr. Bailey has- disposed of his land here includ- ing full equipment and has purchased a farm In Wisconsin. Skiff la getting ready for the "Hat- fleld flood." pared. Nothing like being pre- ELECTRIC WELDING'- in our shop has reached its highest state of perfection, and we guarantee results achieved by our specialists. Welding of metals under our super- vision produces genuine economies by avoiding replacements of parts, de- lays, etc. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIH HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time to order. Writs wire or phone us. Lowest quota-' tlons on OATS Satisfaction luarutMl. Satmdera Hay ft Grain Co. Phone 731 AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnion; eitnte nit; N.E. J4-32-12-23, four miles north of Baroni; MARCH 18th. Closing-out of A. M. Grant, aix mllea east of Barons, on TUESDAY, MARCH Vth. Mammloth olearance tale of horses, cattle and machinery In village of Barons. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1521. Clollng-out talc of machinery; also tractor plowi, on Sec. 7-12-22, four tait of Barsns, THURS- DAY, WARCH 24, 1M1. C. McClgllind. your stuff you wish to Mil and btneflt of ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER ALTA, Until the recent coltl spell, tlio rye "was growing steadily. The grass was also showing green ou the knolls. jVfr. Leo Adamson returned from Wisconsin on Monday last week. Mrs. N. A. Carrlngtou, Mrs. Henry Jergens and Mrs. Wm. Darners-were visitors in Lethhrldgo for n few days last week. Mr. Morgan of the education de- partment was In, town'recently in re- gard to consolidated school affairs which were in a rather serious condi- tion. Several changes of the board were made. Mr. M. E. Graham was a'Tisltor In Lothbriflge list week. Mr. Wiltse of Foremost is iu tojvn for a few days. Mr. George Angus is down from Lethbridgo for a few days lookinj after his interests hero. For SORE THROAT COLD IN CHEST etc. F. Tikon, Fiirville, N.B. writes: 'I wiih to inform you that we consider your MINARD'S LIN- IMENT a very we use it as tt sure reikffcrscrs throat and chest. 1 would not be without it if the pri" vu ons dollar a battle." Yarmouth, N.S, mi Kuhinif. Weed- rm LL.O V surgical oper. Dr. Ointment wilt relieve you onca and afford la-itiug benefit. Wo. a boxc all dealers, or Bales ft Co.; Limited, Toronto. Rumple Hox free If you mention this and enclose 2c. 51 Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum Smoke POULTRY and EGGS NOW IS THE TIME TO BE SETTING YOUR HENS our poultiy column for good settings from good strain of chickens or buy new birds to improve your pen. The Herald Poultry Column" is your best medium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or Thousands read our Classified Col-., umns daily. Phone 331 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS, CARDS LADIES OSTEPATHIC mako transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 11.00 an oz. Sahvuy Hair Factory. Cardalan, Alta. 8PIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phont 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th-Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 MATERNITY xperienced Maternity Nurso Has pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchmont. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. CANADA STEAMSHIP CO.'S SOUND POSITION LONDON, Mar. As- sociated W. Norcross, pre- sident of the Canada Steamship Lines, Limited, sailed today on tho Cunard liner 'Aquitania for New York, en route to Canada. In-tho course of an Interview he stated that ho had been very successful in arranging- valuable shipping contracts for his company. He also said that financial arrange- ments were being completed that will further improve the position'of the' company. Its assets over liabilities totalled J50.000.000, said. The com- pany could pay the 7 per cent, divid- end on tiie common stock for 10 years out of surplus. The bulk of the pro- fits are derived from inland traffic rates qyhlch were not affected by the depresaion in ooeaiy-ates. The earn- ings in 1920 were In-excess of .000. Mr. NorcroM pointed put that tho company 'an unusually strong position and the record of sue- j cess in the past would be maintained. EDITOR CHOSEN FOR LONDON POST Mar. George Harvey of New York, editor of Htirvey's Weekly, is understood to have been def- initely selected by President Harding us ambassador to Lon- don to succeed John W. Davis, who nov.' is returning home. The nomination may go to tho senate before the present ses- sion ends. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realised that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health am! efficiency? Nearsightedness Is a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with the right kind of glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright'a Jewelry Stora, DR. J. E. HORNINtK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31S-1S-20 Sherlock Bldf. Hours and bj appointment Phono PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1234 7th Ave. 8., LethbrUo; Phone 746. Accommodation for snr. Steal, medical and maternity pa- tlsnts. Private and seml-prlvatn rooms. Rates 110.00, and a week. Write for Information lo Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter, ed for the examinations of the Koyal Academy and Royal Collets of Mnsic, London, England. 400 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. eJ Piano and Theory. Pupils pnparad for the Toronto Conservatory ol Music exams if desired. Arnual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5tb. Are. A South. C. J. FERGUSON7, ORGANIST OF Knoi Church, is prepared to take pupils In piano, organ or vocal Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms apply at studio, 412 Stii St. south. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS SALAZAR MAY FORM SPANISH CABINET MADRID, Mar. Alfonso today asked Senor Salazar to form a ministry, fotlov.'ing the declination of Seuor Maura, Senor Salazar was former premier and minister of pub- lic works ami his ministry was suc- ceeded' by that the late Premier Dato. BRITISH VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR IS DEAD SANT FRANCISCO, Mar. Robert Taylor, 79, a British veteran ot tho United Stales civil war, died here yesterday. He came to .the Unit- ed States from England as a young man to join the northern forces, en- listing In the 32nd New York volun- teers. He did not .become a citizen of the United States until last year. BLIND TO RIDE FREE blind persons are to be permitted to travel free ot charge on the civic Hydro Electric Radial Hallways In Ontario, accord- Ing to a resolution passed by the Ontario Hydro Commission on the suggestion of Sir Adam Beck, chair-- man of the commission. DETROIT LABOR CONDITIONS DETROIT, Mar. weekly survey of iabor conditions here, is- sued by the employers' association, shows that more than C8.000 workers have been taken hack by the soveuty- nir.B members of tha corporation since early in the year when the first im- provement in industrial activities was noted. ANOTHER HIKER SYDNEY, N. S.. Mar. Don- cette, a returned soldior of this town, left here at this morning on PILES Are Generally Cauied By CONSTIPATION There are if any, complaints more common than hemftrrhoids, or piles, as they aro commonly called, and scarcely any which cause mora trouble, annoyance antf misery. Ninety per cent, are troubled with them at ono time or other, owing to j allowing tho bowels to become in H constipated condition. Piles are classed under three head-! Ings i.e. itching, bleeding and protud- ing, and the excruciating pains which accompany them cause misery which la beyond description. l Ointments and suppositories may help and relieve lor a while, but to rid of them, it is necesaary to have a free, easy and natural motion of Ihe howyls, at least once or twice a day, aTiil by doing thiy rile cause will be quickly removed. Milburn's Laxa-Liver Pilla regulate tlie flow of bile, to act properly on tho liver and bowels, thus removing the constipation iiud all Its allied troubles. They contain no calomel or drastic mineral Ingredients, being purely veg- etable. They are smail and easy to take, and do not gripe, weaken or sicken. Milbunrs Lara-Liver Pills are 2oc. a vial at all druggists or dealers, or mailed direct on receipt "of prica by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, SIGHT SPECLUJBT 427 5th St. 8. Oppoilta the Phone I'M ReiWonco Phone 1SS7 THE in French dry cleaning. Wo the oldest cleaners in tie city. We use the genuine French system, whlcli car era every spot and eliminates pos injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. SS4 Gth Street South. Pione 1J12, Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCORf E TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suits I, Acadia Block. Phone, 1616. I GUNSMITHS LOCKSMITHS-GUN barrels stialghtened, girag rwloefc ea, gnn r-orte dono by a gunsmith; fasys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn sharpened. D. 13. Macdonald, Indian Motorsycle Agent Phone 1031, 6tb Street, opposite Herald once. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conjbears Block. Phones 711 and 1066. 91-St BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. K KUTH. PHONE 793. Corner 1st Ave. and loth St. S. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Bleotrto Light and Power Contractor! Phono ISM 409 Bib St. S. Lethbrldge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Carclston Temple PIANO TUNING AFTER THE W Four Children Had WHGOPIMCOUGH Whoopins Cotisht, although special- ly a dlno s" childhood, is by no I means cc'.Wineil to that period, but j inay occur at any time in lite. It Is ope of tho must dangerous diseases bike "to" Vancouver, "boa'cette'rhini' yearly causes more arrive at Vancouver about August 17 Illsaths than scarlet fever, typhoid or his birthday, making an average of common In G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: SO years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the .leading inusieiaus of the city. Phonj 1168. 637 lOtU Street South. --..go of about 26 miles daily. Ho has a con- siderable reputation as a walker, hav- ing made tho trek from Hudson Bay to Winnipeg to enlist FISH DAY GREAT SUCCESS 1921 National Fish Day was a success judging from re- ports received here. Fish sales on this day exceeded by far those of the last national event In 1919. Next year Fish Day will be an in- ternational event. This year the United States interests were unable to make arrangements on such short notice, but in 1522, and succeeding years, them Is assurance of Intermi- tioual co-opcratiou. McGILL GETS FUNDS FOR SOLDIER-STUDENTS AID fund haa been set aside at McGII! university for the an- slstancc of returned soldier-students whoso financial positions make the completion of their coiirsn rltolcult. The fund is administered by the pro- female than male children. Whooping iittrls with sunez ing, watering of tho eyes, irritation the throat, feverishuess and cough. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is highly recommended by mothers everywhere for the relief! of FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to ynur Inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine shop and employ only firvt-claaa Machinists. Satisfaction in and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders rcgraund, and fitted with ovur-sks pistols and NIVEN BROS. 218 S. Phone trouble aa it helps to clear the clog-1" air passages of tho mucous and phlegm that has collected, and in this way brings on the which brings tho so-much-nought-for relief and heals and soothes the lungs. i Mrs. J. M. Rouse, Imperial, Sask., the 'flu.' last fall, my r children took whooping congii and one of them developed brinchitis After using two or three bottles of Dr. Wond.'s Norway Pino Syrup they were srcatly relieved of their nasty: Khs. It is an especially good reni- j for children, and It la xa nlco' they take It readily, and ask for lore." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup Is !5c. and (We. a bottle at all dealers. Put up only tho T. Mllburu Co. DECORATIN6 WELLINGTON Decora- tora. Paperhangers. and Painters: General Decorating ami Sinn Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrtdfje. phone 1472; 17G2. Sherlock Bide., Alberta. A. Uscorattng natf Phono 690. 611 Stii Avenue South. iij-fl H. L. Copelana Phone 1903. E. R. Paone J.647 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhangim; a specialty. Batisflsd customers our aim. 518 IZth St Souta. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR EctabKshea 1909 Thirty-five years' experience Exterior and Interior Becorirtls- D67 llth Street South Estimates fres. Hes. phone ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND KAVf Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. St Veterans desirous of jrralns the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. DOT No. 6, Lethbridje. "PHOTOGWAP HE DORIS I. H. Pho- tographer, developing, printing, home-portertture, etc. 1211 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPUING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR flECORED CY ANDY Th. Radiator Man. 4th Avt. Behind Silver Grill. Limited, ment. Toronto, AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted in any part ot tho province, PETER La VALLEY D. J. McSwain. Clerk. c-o Dowsloy Lnnd AK'iiuiy. 1808. CONVENTION POSTPONED' The Klwanis Club of Calgnry in'rcd follcitatlons to Prealilent HarJloft also a Klwanlan, on ftiday. j ..MBXIUO CITV, Feb. Mali. I i International Trtda confev- eneo which was to have been held la Mexico City this month under IK auspices of the American chamber cf commerce of Mexico haa been post- poned until next fail. nwwa for the change ot date Is cafe! to bo proportions which the eonfsronce ha> assumed, requiring more time tit art- paratiuu, ;