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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1021 THE LETffimiDGfi DAILY PAGE THREK IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD CAN SELL THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERALD WANT AD.-THEY BRING RESULTS FOR SALE (Agricultural) 'Cnnlimii'rt.) TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is tho time to order. wJro or phoiio ua. Lowest quota- tions Oil OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbridgc. Phone 732. .TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Scaled Tenders will be received by the Board of Trustees of Amiens School District- No. 3735 at the office of tho Secretary-Treasurer up to noon, Thursday, March 31st 1921, for the erection of a frame school build- Ing. Plans nnd Specifications may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on payment of a 'deposit of which will be relumed tfci receipt OL 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 B'.dg., Lcthbridso. March -14th, Ad R Farmers' Meat Market Has New her Evidences of Business Activity (From Our Own Con-yaiiomlentJ TABKU, Mar. 1 -Tho Purmer.V Moat Market, centrally located noar tlio fireball, has lean by H. T. Provuii, of Monl.imi, from thfi proprietors. McCarrell and II. 12. Avers. Tho new takes possession Thursday, ;md' lias Mr. DunU o" KaUh, vlio luu already 1 Uikwn Miimtp-'r Orr. of tlin local of tho IJunk of Commorco, bus boon snintud llirco months' lutivo of uh- Mr. and Mrs. Orr iMpnrt Iu tomorrow for nn t'xloiulctl tu (jlasROw, Ki'olknul. IJet'm'o llifir r-' I turn ill Juno they will also visit i'ari'-. I 1 Mr. Mt'Cunn, uf KIk Horn, is lioM j its acting manifi'M' tho bank. j This district, in common with out- era, for a felt intense KIK'P. Tlio eovorod with a eotisideri'lilf! bliuiUt'l c" snow, v.'hiuh j v, ill no proviily lay much The Sunday sclionl of tho1 l-'vangcl- icul chiji'L-li Is havini; iv program and social in lite cliurdi on Friday evening at Tiiuru will bo a light luudi. A i fenturu of the program, wlni-h should prove tu lie both interesting j and instructive, will IJP a bible ques-j lion match. and taken a tv.-n yein's' Icass of the build- from the owner 11. F. Annable. The occuplad during ,'thaj oonVmunion of tho Lord's Supper will war by the Unionist club, whoa, the meat market opened by ILIQ own-, who disposed of tlie business last year to Palfrey and Mcf'arrcll, 11. K- Ayers purchasing the former's half interest last fall. S. T. Provan, the new proprietor, has been fifteen years in the nieat trade, and is an experienced meat cutter. Formerly in business at invited to attend. On Sunday evening; March the bo observed. Rev. L. II. Wagner preach and officiate. MILK RIVER NEWS (From Our Own CorreBponiltiit) MILK RIVER, Mar. ratepay- ers' meeting was held last Wednesday night iu Tolley's hall, for the purpose of discussing a fire fighting Montana. reUn-ning AU WCre itt of to Canada and visiting Tabor Bame> end, Sask., he disposed of the busi- ness aft-er five years there and locut-j permanently, though TI stranger to M ;-e Tuber. After negotiations the j fn, r- SITUATION DEADLOCKED MOOSE -TAW. .March situii- 1ion here between the teachers and :he school lyiard is at'u bo- the board has refused to con- sider a demand for an increase for the principals over the revised sched- ule. No annual agreements have been aliened, although the school board has the teachers for January and Feb- back to provide more new refrigerator, new scales and L shaped counters installed, and two blocks, besides other improvements, and a large amount of supplies put in, j in a short an up Us date shop. Supply orders were dispatched to Calgary last night for the new busi- and Mrs. Provan. who have one child, have rented the house oC 3. T. furnished in the Doug- las addition, and expect to take pos- session shortly. The. rftcent proprie- tors only consented to fii'H, owing to having irrigated farms In the vicin- six inches oC snowfall. Tho U. F. W. A. were entertained on Saturday at the home Mrs. Am- brose Eumhani. Mr. Moire is having: bis opening TOII Saturday, the 19th-of March. will be served by tiie U. P W. of A.. Nearly all the farmers who have been living in town for the winter are moving back to the farm, ready for the spring work. .Several have been in the field and have con- siderable plowing done. Mrs. C. A. Hunt 'returned on Wed- 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 fiest medium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or chicks. 'Thousands read our Classified Col- umns daily. Phone 33? PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS inako switches, transformations, j etc1., frontayour combings. Switches iiii Sahvay Hair Factory. Cariklou, Alia. SPiRELLA COP.SETIERE For Appointments Phone MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. Mtli St. 20-26 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse lias pi-i- vitto room .for ladios pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- atu. Mrs. Selny 529 12th St. N. 58-26 OSTEPATHIC DR. .7. E. HORXIXa, O'STEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 816-18-30 Sherlock Hours for appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS VAN THIi VAN HAARLEM Private HcV Bltal, 1224 7th Ave. 3., Lethbridse: Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- Private and semi-privata rooms. Rites JSO.OO, J33.00 and a week-. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, imncriu tendeut. MUSIC CLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lo ger you neglect the more i serious it will affect your future health am! efiiclenoy? Xearsighledness is terr.'bk' affliction, which can be rem- edied with the right kind o[ glasses. J. M. HEXDERHOX. Cave Wright's Jewelry Stove. i MISS A1LKISN M. j Playing and Theory. Pupils outer ed for tho esaaiinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College o! Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. GERMANS PROTEST SILESIA PLEBISCITE ity, which will demand their whole attention this spring'. IN The diniftg room section of the Iliioualda hotel, which has not been J iu use forysome limp, is being fitted' uesday from :in extended visit r.vith lations tit lit, Paul, Mliin., and Penu, orth Dakota. Mr. Thos.1 'Turner, "ct Lethbridge, as a visitor in town on Wednesday. Villiams was a business visitor rnary on the revised, schedule adopted up as a new stand to which the stock a bv the board on January a. and fixtures of the Tabev millinery f fJ-I S J___________________.----- atoro Vill bcv removed us soon as the Vnitta Church was ------------------------------------------------carpenter work is finished. A street entertained at the borne of Mrs. F. C. entrance from Alberta Ave. will bo on Pnday last. threatened or provided bv a door on the east side' ,M.rf' Henry Iffllert returned The notes assert of the building. The new stand will Thursday. -ces nnb.ased votl UHULIX, Mar. in- structions from the government, Prince Ualzfedlt, the German envoy for the TTpper Silesia plo'oisciio lias 'handed- two notes to the inter- allied commission complaining in the strongest terms of alleged illegal acts against German inhabitants ;ind those returning participate iu rim plebiscite. It was charged that a barracks building, devoted to the visit- ng voters was burned and pillaged and that the people sheltered in it were threatened or mistreated. asked tu take the necessary counter- measures, ft is understood that iny notes have been Drought to tho atten- tion of the id lied governments. Customs Houses Provided PARIS, Mar. customs houses along railroads and j fifty-four o nhighv.'ay? in the new: Rliinelaud- tariff zone is made in the report to the supreme allied council; by the Khinelaud coimnUision, says a Coblenz dispatch. Tin? staffs of these; housas will be made up of Germans who will work under allied .supervision. Captain Joseph Hough, of Smoke All the rich aroma of K tht best Virginia leaf I .offer more room for display than tho M.'ln tnl) to present quarters in the Hammer durmg_the week, block, which n-8 understand are to Mrs.-S. I. Harris moved occupied by a nen- candy business. W1 lo. tarnl on Wednesday after i Geo. Devitt i.- in charge ot tWVork. I Tln tow" Ior 'ha wlllter- The Victoria Cafe is erecting a mini-1 Mr' Leonard, of Calgary, was a bus-; booths in its premises on vis'tor m tmvu ou 'Tuesday. i Hough St. for the Use of evening 1, Mr- Turner left on Tuesday i two weeks' trip to tho toast. Mr. and John Long and family Pun that by such prat-1 Suinlcy, a lifelong Lake Erie nuvi-; ng is beinjT grave-! g-alor, ;incl hiou ul' u ynilor. died at1 ly endangered. The commission ;ige ol! 70. F. H. WILKWS SIGHT SPECIALIST St. K. OnpOsiM Plinue Residence Phone MRS. W. H. ot Piano Theory. Punila prepareil for tlio Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams if desired. Annual sprins Stlldfo, 1238 oth Ava. A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OT Knox Church, is prepared to taka pupils in pifino. organ or Pupils prepared for examinations, i''or terms apply at studio, 412 Sth St south. PRESSERS THE In French dry cleanlae. We are th9 oldest deauera in the city. We lisa genuine French system, which COT- era erery snot and eliminates ros- slble to garments, giving higk1 class results. Special attention to country -n-ork. 321 6th Street Sonth. Phone ISIS. Collect and deliYer. A n c h or AP.o nra IdiO n VI.T rtien. Contractor Hudson is in charge. Two cars of lumber are being un- Joadeil for the Citizens' Lumber Co. and another is about due for the .Mulo--Mahrm Co. a cement c; cats has Mulroy'Donald, of the Rlionalda, I ?tll's- Ernest Jlarravs. .An iuteruatins left for'Calgary last uifht oil a busi- j !1S..buc" liy iiiess trip. liave left for Fortland, Oregon, j they intend to reside. I Mr. Jo'chein relumed home on l-'ri- i ;al'ter spending a clays in car last week, anil u car of! Lethbridje. also arrived for the local ?lle, "omens Instuutu iv-i'u I taincd on AA edueiiHlay ut the home ol I CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxoilia .....................Apr. 2S Cassanitra.Aiir. 1 Salurnia.. Apr. NEW Tasari.... Mch 22 Albanhf.. ..Mcli 21 Carmaaia.. Apr. 10 K. A. 2o NEW SOUTHAPilPTON Aquitania.Mch 22 Miuiretnnia.Apr 7 Aquitania. Apr 12 ImpersHor. Apr 28 I NEW Saxonia... Apr. 21 Saxonia.. 2 NEW (Via Moville) s Columbia. .Jlch Algeria.. .Apr G NEW Pannonia....................Jlch 20 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Mch 30 Saturniu. .Apr 20 Cassandra.May fi Saturnia. .May 27 Cassandra.Jim 11 Saturnia. .July 2 A Full information can be secured .j. from all agents, or thn Company's office, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. ies for the year read By I Mrs. Jochem. The Institute is also loffoi-lng a first anil second prize from iiov.- until the end ot school holidays, to ths schooMjoy or Eirl.'iu the llilk River school', destroys tho uiosl during the seas in, so it is lli> to the one that can sit the most tails or, to who gets tljo prizes. Institute are also rihin-'iin.; o1! effects for his fruit farm near Vernon.! to WARNER NEWS f From Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, Mar. F. W. i who for several years hy. been a siiecesafnl farmer in (4-15) left Saturday with a car of B. C. Mrs, and daughter left today. The farm hero has been- rented AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND IM- PLEMENTS AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnson; estate sale; N.E. J4-32-12-23, four miles north of MARCH 18th, Closing-out sale of A. N1. Grant, six miles east of Barons, on TUESDAY, MARCH 15th. Mammnth clearance sale of horses, cattle and machinery in village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 1921. Closing-out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; Also tractor and plows, on Sec. M2-22, four miles east of Banons, THURS- DAY, MARCH .24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. Llit your stuff you wish to tell ind get benefit ofadvertise- ment ED. P6PHAM THE AJJCTIONEEf! BARONS, ALTA. More About" the Board of Trade Report have really an excellent jnh o'E printing." These are the words the crack designers, illustrators and Brigciens, Winnipeg, Limited, after a. criticism of the Typographical appearance oE the Annual Re- port oE the Lethhridse Board ol' Trade just issued. The booklet produced in the Job Department oE.The Leth- bridge Herald. tile InstitMle the iionor ot' m- I trcrt'icing a much nee.'ltid want in the sociiii life. A daiuty ioncli was snt-ved d( Die conclusion Lhu hostoi-is. Jlr. Stovei; was a town on Wednesday from Stirling, looking af- ter his farming interests. Mrs. Soder. of was :i business visitor in town during the week with a display spring millin- ery, at Ellcrl's Hall. Jas. Ncilson was a visitor in town on Saturday between trains, in inter- est ot thu Eliison Milling Co. Mrs. P. Audett and son, Clarence, are. visiting her daughters, who are atetnding St. Theresa Academy, at Medicine Hat. The Milk River Club entertained I their wives, and friends at a supper and card party on Thursday evening in their club rooms in the Ellert block. Mrs. Moire returned on Saturday Kidney Disease IE you -.voulj guard against chronic disease" of the kidneys or bladder, take Gin Pills at tile earliest sign of kidney trouble. Whether it is Lacliache, pains through the groins, swollen joints, constant nights, brick dust de-, nosits or painful urination, heed warning and act at once. If Gin Pills do not give you genuine relief, -B-C will refund you the purchase price, sixty cents a box everywhere. 'Sample free, if you write to: National Urns Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., Toronto, Ont. U. a. residents should address: Na-Dm-Co.. Inc., 202-iIain Sf., Buffalo, N.Y. MR PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARBIS :uite 4, Block, GUNSMITHS I BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. X. K'UTU. PHONB 79S. j Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, enn vork done by a gnnsailth; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any Itghr.' machinery repaired; Inrn mowers nharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Hotorjycls Agant. Phone 6th Street, opposite Hsrald. OfHce. DECORATING WBLLTNOTON Decors- tors. Paperhangar.? and Painters: Genera! Decoratinf; autt Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lathhrldse. Ess. phone 1472; offles lions 1755. Sherlock Bids., Lett- brldse, Alberta. PIANO TUNING Q. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate II. T. Assn., London. England.' References to the loading musicians of city. Phons 1168. 637 10th Street South. A. Decorating ami Paperhanginfr. Phone 690. 611 Sth Avenns South. 117.9 TO EUROPE From St. John, X. B. to Liverpool, Glasgow, London, Southampton. Havre, Antwerp Frequent and Direct Empress oE BrU.-tiii, impress oE Franco. Metagama. Melita, Mrnne- dosii, Scandinavian. Grampian. Sicilian, Pretorian. Corslcan, ScoLlan, Tunisian. TO THE ORIENT Quickest (rime. Across the Pacific. Fortnightly sailings To Japan. Olilna and the rhilllpinra. For further paillcnlarH apply Local Afiont, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAJXI SERVICES, LIMITED 1 364 Main Street, Winnipeg Eroni a Crip to Letllbridge. The Hard Times' dance that was to have been given in the Lind school on Friday night, Was postponed owing to bad ircather until a Eurther da'te. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barrows; and children, moved, hack to the Earm dur- ing the iveek, alter living in town Eor the winter. Services wore held last Saturday in the Catholic church, Rev. Father Bid- eault oftlulating. Mary Baines is confined to her home for tho past few days through illness. FRENCH GO AFTER TOURIST TRAFFIC PARIS. Mar. regulations to facilitate visits oE Eoreigners to Franco have heen issued (by the gov- ernment.- A distinction has boon j drawn between tho citizens oE allied I countries and former enemy coun- trios in these regulations. In the past, I allied visitors remaining in Franco for two weeks havo been compelled 10 take out Identification cards at tho police headqnai ters. Under tho new plan such a card will bo reqiifrcd only If tlio visitor intends to stay two months. A. French vise for thn passports oE allied Visitors leaving a French port IH no longer necessary. Sau'.l. Stu. Marie tux rate ia 4u mills on tho dollar, which is live mills hith- er than last Children's Savings Account It is a pleasure not a open Savings Accounts in the names of _ your children. JDven if you intend to deposit but a dollar afc a time in each account, -we welcome this business because it is an educa- tion in -thrift, and we are glad to assist you in teaching jour children to save. 51. opens a Savings Account. Deposits of SI. and upwards are welcomed, MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CAMA.DA Established. 1E64. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. R. J DINNING Manner CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH. W..T. HOI-KIRKl FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it 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 reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. B. Ii. Copland H. a. Kant Ptons 1803. Phcrae 1547 THE PYRAMID DBCOltATIKO CO. Interior Decorating and Papsraanglaf i specialty. Satisfies customers our tlm. ________518 Bt South._______ JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Establishes 1905 TUrty-flTo years' experience lj Exterior Interior Decoratins 367 llth Street South. Res. jhOHs HIM ARMY AND NAVY NOTES Farmers with Sales Notes will be well advised to turn them over to this Bank for collection. The Bank will relieve you of all trouble in making presentation, and payments will be credited to your account promptly. Sales Notes supplied without charge. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE BEANCB-K. W. Eoikio, Manager. WHY BUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man.' 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill: VA UXHALL PLEASED letters of en- iiuiry are being received from 'f'Ji: points mail by tliose who placed their ads in the Vaiuiiall pages issued by I he Lethbrtdgo Herald re- contiy. will he miiny and beneticiyl." 'Prom a Vauiball to the Herald.) ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans In Canada. Lethbridga Unit Ko. 34 Vetarans desirous of joining tho aaaociation, can obtain in- formation and application forms from tho secretarr, L. Leigh', P. 0. Boi No. 6, Lethbrldte. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. H. Pho- tographer, developing, printing, home-portraiture, etc. 1211 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. AUCTIONEER Farm ealea conducted in any part of the province. -PETER La VALLEY D. .T. McSwain. Clerk. Dowsiey Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phoue 1S09. the St. Ixnm 1'ur auction, tota' salcn ii.mounted Ap- proximatoly ll.OOIi.UOO pelts were posed ul'. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light enil Power Contractors Phone 133S iuenuc 109 Sth St. B. LethbrMin Finn UauUng a Srooialtr: for Rloctrical ftf Cnrdatou Temple _ ;