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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH THK UjiTHBKTOGg IMUtt HKKALU' IF YOU HAVE ANY ECGS STMN, YOU CAN SELL THEM QIMLY THROUGH A HERA1D WANT AD.-THEYBRMG GOOD WORK HORSES FOR MeLMB VOK kM BETTER FARMING MACHINERY Forker Spring-tooth Cultivators t, t wad 10 hone. ndem Discs. Harrows. TJ. O. O. and Sylvester Drills, hand power lift. Disc Plows. Cream Separators.. these.. Nearly all at last year's prices. Farm Products Ltd. Alfalfa Growers and Hay Shippers. Coaldale and Lethbridge. Phones R 1804 and 777. Established TIMOTHY AND fRAIRIH HAY Also ALFALFA both flrst and Second Cutting. f' Prompt Shipment. Now la the time to order. Write win or phone us. Lowest Quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saanriers Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Phone 732. FORECLOSURE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Sealed Tenders addressed to L. F. Clarry, Esq., K.C., Master In Cham- bers, Court Honso, Calgary, Alberta, will be received up to-Jl o'clock In the forenoon on Monday, the llth day of April, A.D. for the purchase of that desirable farm property do- Kiibed as follows: The South half of Section Seventeen (17) In Township Six (I) Ranee Eighteen (13) West of the 4th The property Is situate about 3V. Biles frqm New Daytoi Post Offlcc. About la good arable land, ud the soU la said to be heavy' clay loam. The property is offered for sale sub- ject to taxes for the current year; and to the reservations and conditions contained In the existing Certificate of Title. Terms ef Sale: 25% cash on ac- ceptance of tender and the balance In three eeual one, two and three years, with Interest at the rate of per annum, or, In the al- ternative, the whole purchase price may be paid within SO days without Interest. must be accompanied by a lurked cheque in favor of L. F. Clar- VT, K.C., Master in Chambers, Court Boflte, Calgary, for 18% of the offer .which will be returned in the event Uf non-acceptance.. No tender neces- tsarlly accepted. For further particulars apply to Lent, Mackay Mann, Barristers, Calgary. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this' 12th I of March, A.D. 1921. A. G. A. CLOWES. Clerk In Chambers. Approved: L. F. Clarry, Mauler In Chambers. Ad Q J. W. Low, For 17 Yean of Temply Edncat- ional System To Honored (Prom Our Own OorresponJent) CARDSTON, Mar. recogni- tion of the long and faithful services of Cardston's school principal. Mr. J. W. Low, the Cardston school board, and the staff of the Cardston school, are planning a public reception for Mr. Low, on Friday evening. March 25th, Good Friday. Mr. Low has serv- ed Cardston as principal of ita school for 17 years, without a single boll- day, except as provided by law, and scores of Cardston's young men and women have received their training and their inspiration their life's work from him. It is, nevertheless, a very unique thing to happen, this pub- lic demonstration of the appreciation of the people for a man, not yet dead nor even resigned from such a posi- tion. Mr. Low is still principal of the school and as energetic efficient as ever, and furthermore, has not in- U taw station. 80 a et SMI, waltlM (or spring work. ueralMd tkeir teams tte houte InUct, ever to the Iota- ttosu U was a good job ex- cept (or u accident to the tloor just the last moment when jacking the up for foundation work. u overallht on the part of u the floor was not properly j braced while the frame of the went up, and an Impairment of the[ Boor took place. However It will out serious, as nutin art made, ane soon, we Mr. will be In his new home, and that health will also be restored to hln. WEDDINGS AT TABER COMB THICK AND FAST (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Mar. Three weddings took place recently, beside those al- ready noted in tills marrying burg, and another 'elsewhere in which the com- munity is alto Interested. On Wednes- day, March Sth, Miss Bertha Presho, of Retlaw, and Mr. T. King, of Leth- bridge, were joined in matrimony by Rev. A. C. Bryan, at the manse, Tab- er. On Tuesday evening, Miss Edna Brown became the bride of Ralph L. Collett, both of Taber, Bishop Haynes tying tfce nuptial knot. On Wednes-l day, February Itth, Miss Minnie; Smith and Mr. Fred Bragg, were unit- ed In wedlock at Knox manse by Rev. Bryan, the parties being well known locally. Next, out of a blue Jky as far, as local sports are concerned, came the news of the wedding of Mr. Ear] Wenbourne, eon of W. C. Wenbourne, of the river bend, and a well known Taber boy, to Miss Lea Ash by, at timated any intention or desire to _. _. leave his position, but this affair slo.f slty; come spontaneoflsly from the' school! relidcnt thlt board and citiiens of Cardston, an4' on one of his father's the other member, of the staff hive i the state. the nembers been Invited to assist In planning the details of the event Cardston evident- ly does not believe in waiting to honor its dead heroes, but Intends to scatter a few nowen alone the pathway of at least one of Ita most faithful ser- vants. Mr. O. L. Woolf, vice-principal la the high school that the charivari parties here cannot reach him. An Initial meeting of all applicants who have signed for membership In the Moose Lodge, Taber, will be held in the townimi) Wednesday next, at 8 p.m. Scarlet fever having broken out here, the schools have been closed chairman of the Blnce Tuesday last, and the ambulance program committee; Hr. N W. somewhat busy. The achools are expected to open this week again. district, will be the chairman of the finance committee; Mrs. Snow, mem- ber of the board, chairman of the re- ception committee; G. S. member .of the board, the chairman of the entertainment committee, so that the evening promises to be one of the greatest events of kind yet cele- brated iaejCardstbn. All the former graduates, under Mr. Low, will be sent a written Invitation to be present, and all present pupils in the high school are also Invited, a) well aa the public in general. The week-end at Cardston has been one of delight to theatre-goers as the excellent drama "Maggie has been presented at the Qym theatre for two successive nlghta to large aud- iences, by the M. I. A. of while at the Palace theatre the fam- ous film "Humoresque" has drawn large crowds for Friday and Satur- day nights, hea ,vy snowfall is entirely wel- come here, although It put a stop to the farm operations Wready begun by many of the fanners, before the storm. Another community job wan under- taken laat week. The residence of Ed. Jesson was loaded onto skids and hauled across the creek to Mr. Jes- A big debate of the High School pup- ils, featuring the light traftor as against the horse as motive power, took place on Friday evening, March 4th, and proved highly interacting to an appreciative audience, the debat- ers being better prepared by the ten- or of their arguments than at the last debate. The Question' was keenly argued, and well covered, and the judges had to take consider- able time to make a. decision as both sides put up a good case. Dorothy Blenner-Hassdtt and Joe Hauka hand- led the tractor argument, and Ruby Shapley and Welburn VanOrman that for the horse, By a small margin the handy Quadruped won, on the "decision of Mrs. McColl, Ed Price, and Rev. Wigfjns. The debate was preceded by a fine piano solo by Sylvia Hamman. and during the conference of the judges a piano duet was rendered by Gladys Tufteland and Miriam WIggras and Principal Gould gave two readings from the Stead poems. Ed. Price actej aa spokesman for the judges, and of- fered timely criticisms, which will come in handy in the next debate, for delating is coming Into fashion. The Blenner-Hassett store is apply- ing to the registrar of companies to son's town lot near the station. Mr., change the name to Bleener-Haesett, Jesson has been an invalid for years! Ltd. 'ith rheumatism aid only recently has been able to be around on his crutches. He Is the proprietor of the City Transfer and Drayage outfit and has long felt the need of being closer TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed Tenders will be received by the Board of Trustees of Amlena School District No: 3735 at the offlce of the Secretary-Treasurer up to noon, Thursday, March 31st 1921, for the erection of a frame school build- ing. Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on payment of a deposit of which will be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and specifications. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted, Plans and specifications may be seen at the Department of Education. J. W. McNICOL, Secretary-Treasurer, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Lethbridge. March 14th, 1921. Ad R NOTICE TO DRIVERS AND TEAMSTERS. Drivers of antos, rigs, etc., In order to save a few feet distance, have been driving over the sidewalks of the City. Proper places for crossing side- walks are provided at lanes, and any- one found driving over too sidewalks will be prosecuted. A fine of One Hundred Dollars (1100.00) Is provided for this offence. JOS. OILLB8PIE, Chief at Ponce. Ad S A per cent wife redaction will take effect IB larger shipyards of Sew York April 1, AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnson; estate salej N.E. 14-M-12-23, four miles north of Barons; MARCH 18th. Closing-out aale of A. M. Grant, six miles test of Barons, on TUESDAY, MARCH 15th. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle and machinery in village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1121. Closing-out sate of harses, cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of B irons, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1121. C. Bruce McClelland. List your stuff you wish to and get benefit of (dvertlse. meni ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER ALTA. The Bowden-Moffat case, wherein the latter was accused of bodily harm, was again on Saturday, after two adjournments. The charges were reduced at the instance of the com- plainant, and a fine ol J10 and costs entered, or one month. Heavy roads with deep snow have, followed the recent storm, and twenty i below on Saturday ajn. With a riae in temperature it began snowing again on Sunday afternoon. POULTRY and EGGS ROW 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 medium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or chicks. Thousands read our Classified Col- umns daily. Phone 337 we hope to see him back again before "A big time was had last Friday night at the dance given by Jack Barrua in the local hall The Institute are giving a dance on St. Patrick's night. Every-1 body invited. I The local dramatic society are work- ing on a play under the direction of Fred Greenwood. An auction sale is being held Tues-: day, March 15th, on the farm of Mr. Merridew. J Fred Greenwood of Munroe and Greenwood, local merchants, has sold out to Mr. Munroe. Fred is going on the farm; The Women's Institute met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Cnlp last Thursday. After the meeting dinner was served by Mrs. Gulp. A series of whist drives wsjeu have been held during the winter mouths came to an end last week at the home of J, Sherman. Prizes were awarded for the most games won during the series." The first-and second priies for the ladles went to Mrs. E. Bea-' wick and Mrs. P. Springer respective- ly. The geatlemen'1 flrst prjie vras won by E. Beawick and the second by Harry Twitchen. The Imperial Oil Co. have unloaded two tanks here. The local Men's Club, commonly known as "Dinty Moore's" is, in full swing nowadays. A silver flask dropped Into the lap of a" woman spectator from an upper box at a New- York theatre. The owner sent the lady'a bunch of violets and got his flask back with contents intact. RUMANIANS SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS FROM CZERNOWITZ Fullest information can ba obtained about sending steam ahIp tickets to all European and Continental points. Apply, HARRIS A ROSSITER Hlglnbotham Block. Phone 1412. Miss Cleo Head and Mrs. Orlu Gnr-1 ney of Magrath at the dance on Friday night. Mr. Court of Raymond was a visitor at the Barras home last weekend. Spring Coulee Had Made Start On Spring Work Before Storm Came (From Our Own Correspondent) SPRING COULEE, March Where is our spring weather gone? A few days ago some of the more ener- getic farmers' were preparing for spring work; in fact some of them were on the land. But now we are in the grip weather .and all farming operations are postponed, for a while. But wejjke to see lots of snow. The stock is all in good shape so the cold weather Is nit hurt- ing them and moisture is what we want. Last Monday night a large crowd met the train to welcome home Jack Barrus and his bride. Mrs. Barrua was formerly Miss Grace Tozer. orig- inally of London, England. But she has been living the last eight years in Toronto. Jack met 'her in the letter place when he wan. there training lor the R. A. F. Mrs. J. L. Mercer spent a few days last week in Cardston with her moth- er, Mrs. I. M. Coombs. H. E. Kelley was a business visitor to Cardston lust Thursday. Nick Erunsdalo of the Ogllvle elev- ator made a flying trip to Lethbridge on Friday. Mrs. H. E. Kelley visited friends In Magrath last week. Mrs.'C. Kershawwas a Lethbridge visitor Saturday. Waldon Rico left for Milk River on Saturday. Mrs. Ed. Ivanr of Cardston spent last week-end here a guest of Mrs. II. E. Kelley. "Smltty" Is back with ns again. R. B. Fulton expects to leave ly for his M B. C, but TO EUROPE ST. Apr. 2 Mlnnedosa Apr. 4 .....Emp. Britain [Apr. 15 Victorian Mar. z4IApr. S3.....Emp. Franco Mar. 26'jApr. 27 Melila ST. Apr. 1 Pretorlan Apr. U Sicilian ST. Apr. 18 .................Tunisian ST. ANTWERP Apr. 1 Scandinavian Apr. 16................. Corsicari For further particulars apply Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 364 Main'Street, Winnipeg CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxouia.....................Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia ..Apr. 23 i NEW Vasari ...Mcli 22 Albania ..Men 24 Ciirmania .Apr. 18 K. A. Vic.Apr. 23 j NEW j SOUTHAMPTON AciuitanlEi.Mch 22 7 Aquitania .Apr. 13 Imperator.'Apr 28 NEW Saxonla ..Apr. 21 Saxonla ..Jun. 2 NEW (Via Mc- ville) Columbia.. Mcli. 26 Algeria.., Apr. G NEW Calabria .Mcli. 19 rannonia.Mch. 26 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Men SO 20 Cascandra .May R Saturnia.May 27 Cassandra .Jun. 11 Saturnla. Jul. 2 Full Information can be. secuien from agents, or company's office, 270 Mgin Street, Winnlpee. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS' LADIES We make switches, tranxormationi, etc., from your combings. Switches an oz. Salwsy Hair Factory, Csrdston, Alta. 8PIRELLA COR8ETIERE For Appointments Phon. MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Avs. S, Cor. 14th St MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has vatn room for ladies pending and during ancouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. GLASSES CORRECT Hava you ever realized that the ;er you neglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedneas la a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with the rlgbt kind of (lasses. J. M. HENDERSON. Care Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPEC1ALMT 417 6th SL 8. OapM'ta the Kmprul Phone. Residence Phone 1M7 PUBLIC ICCOrjNTANCn INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSCIVTATIONa IteUBEN C. Suite 4. Aeadla Block. Ptsoia 181s. BOILER WELDING REPAIRING W. N. KUTI1. PHONE 79i. Corner 1st Are. and 10th St. a. PIANO TUNING O. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; SO years' factory oiperlonce. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona llfig 627 10th Street South. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to your Inter- eat to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ enly first-class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship.' Tractor Cylinders rtgraund, and fitted with over-size pistons and NIVEN BROS. 216 1tt Ave. S. Phone 1732. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice or Local Improvements No. 4 Sidewalks; No. -15 Sanitary Notice Is hereby -given in pursuance of resolutiuu Street Extensions; No. 44 Concrete piiseeil in Council on the 7th day of .lime. A.D.. 1320. Tiic Council of the City of Lethbridgo intends to construct the fuilowing worka as Local Improvements, namely: Street Extensions: Local Improvement No. 43. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator; Man. 1th Ave. Behind Silver Crlll, x Street 17Hi St. North Sidewalks: From 3rd Avenue Local Improvement No. 44. Street From 6th Ave. A. S. 12th St. S. Sanitary Sewora: Local Improvement No. 45. To 5th Avenue To 580 foot Easterly 12th St. N. 12th St. A. N. 18th St. N. 7th Ave. N. 12th St. S. 17th St. S. Sth Ave. 7th Ave. Ctli Ave. 13th St. Sth Ave. Sth Ave. fith Ave. Rtii Ave. 7tli A-c. 16th St. fiOO tt. South'ly 8th Ave. (US feet IH6 feat 045 fuet SID feet 600 feet 600 feot Width 50 feet Width 4 ft. G in. S inch' S inch S Inch S inch Si inch! S And all persona concerned hro hereby notified that unless the majority of the owners of the lanrl to be affected, representing at least ona-tliirtl of the value thereof, petition the Council atalnst ths same within two weeks from the'Iast publication of thin Notice, whieh'will be on the 15th day of March A.D. 192J, ouch work will be proceeded .with and the cost thereof against the property affected na provided by a By-law in that behalf Dated this Sth day of March A.D. 1921. DONALD A. DUFF, City Clerk VA UXHALL PLEASED letters of en- qulry are being received from