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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 192t THE LETHBRIDGE DAH^Y IffiRALD PAGE THREEV IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CANSEL THEM QUICKLY IHROUGH A HERALD WANT AD.-THEY BRlNG RESULIS [VAUXHALL STILL g'rOWS; NEW BUSINESS BLOCI^ I (From Our Own Correspondont) VAUXHALL. March lO.-Work on �tho various buildings In course of erection.horo Is practically at a'etandsllll on account of the heavy snow ot the jpast woelc. Dr, Dixon of Medicine Hat has bhlpped in a carload ot horses for "�mse on hlB farm. The Cauada Land and Irrigation Co. lire advertising foi!' tenders for the erection of an office block here. It la understood that the Soldier Bettloment Board' Is assisting returned men In purchasing farms In this district and undoubtedly a number ot returned men wlU take advantage of Ithis and got In on the ground floor In one of the best Irrigated districts in the world. .T. Bain, of Travers. arrived In town tho first ot the week and ,has taken over the transfer lino formefTy run by J. Sullivan. M. L. Clarkson Is putting in a sales-stable and transfer line. Mr. Prewln of the A. P. P. force at Taber was In town last week and he ndvlses those who have not already done so to got their 1921 motor licenses. Mr. Thomas, agent for the A. P. Plevator Co. was called In to the head Jofllce on business this week. Mr. E. Harris of Brooks arrived In town Tuesday with a^carload ot household efTects and machinery and is *usy getting ready for spring work on his place east of town. What Armed Forces Cost *l,2OO,OOOp0O *f�GO.OOO.OOO I.OOOPOO JAEAK- 00OO.O00 A large number are present at a three-day Older Boys' Conference at Gait. BRAND REGISTER Right shoulder or norses. Pete ISngleson, Taber, Alta. �26 Right ribs of cattle. Left ribs of cattle. UNITED STATES  ^ASO.OOOOOO GREAT jhkitain 44iaOOQOOO ^250.000.000 France: $\7^ooaoooi \ vt7a,c>oaooo POULTRY and EGGS The above diagram gives some idea of the immense expense-that Is In-I curred annually in the upkeep of tho army and navy In four countries. Loft thigh of horses. E. J, SHAFB'ER, p. O. Box 12-1 Raymond, Alta. 35--2G Mr. Alan Egan,' sr., left on Sunday morning to visit friends at Le Ducij and also to attend Orange grand lodge in session this week at Edmonton. Mr. Lane and Mr. Collins of West.-field were in town on Sunday. Rev. Dr. FerguBon of Calgary, superintendent ot Presbyterian Missions for Alberta presided at a business meet-ting-in connection with the Presby- TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE ISLAND U.F. A. DISCUSSES SEED Sealed Tenders will be received by the Board ot Trustees of Amiens School District No. 3735 at the office ot the Secretary-Treasurer up tg noon, Thursday, March 31st 1921, for the erection of a frame school build- '"plans and Specifications may be i ^,'^l:l\l'-,'iltL^'!!!LV^".!^re!/IPJr; obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on paym.ent of a deposit of $5.00, (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Mar. 16.-Mr. Lain of Westfleld, had charge of tho services in St. Andrews church last Sunday evening. In spite of the stormy %vhich will be returned on receipt oi a bona fide tender with-plans and epecifications^ The lowest or any tender will not becessarlly be accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at thfe Department of Education. .L W. McNlCOL, Secretary-Treasurer, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Lethbridge. March 14th, 1921. Ad R RUMANIANS SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS FROM CZERNOWITZ Fullest information can be obtained about sending steamship tickets to all European and Continental points. Apply, HARRIS & ROSSITER Higlnbotham Block. Phone 1412. ELECTRIC WELDING in our shop has reached its highest state of perfection, and wo guarantee results achieved by our specialists. Welding of metals under our supervision produces genuine economies by avoiding replacements of parts, delays, etc. IaWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Letlibrldge Hotel. did attendance, as when he had charge of the services a few weeks ago all were delighted by his manner and by the splendid sermon given in such an earnest way. Rev. V. M. Gilbert expects to take charge of the services on Sundiy night. This will be welcome news to the congregation. , . The ITnited Cliurch Ladies' Aid met in St. Andrews church last Thursday afternoon. There was a splendid attendance and all seemed, interested The Parcel Sale and Sociil being held in the rest room next Monday evening, March 2l8t, was the chief business. There will be parcels for sale, each costing at least 25 cents, but only priced 23 cents each. Lunch will also be served. Everyone welcome. At the close of^e business meeting light refreshments were served by Mrs. Hurlburt and Mrs. Emmerson, assisted by Mrs. Schonert and Miss Ray.. The next meeting will be held in the rest room on Thursday afterno^qn, March 24th, when Mrs. J. J. Brown and Mrs. M. Hanna will be the hostesses. U. F. A. Discuss Seed Tho U. F. A. met last Saturday evening. The matter ot teed and seed for the spring was discussed. The dele gates were also named to attend tho convention to be held in Medicine Hat a little later. The U. F. w. A. was also held on Saturday night and the room was tilled to capacity by members and visitors. President James presided and after tho routine work railed on Mrs. Thompson to read a paper that had been prepared by Mrs. Geo. Monds. The topis was "The Woman on the Farm and Her Re-'sponsibilities." Tlie paper showed how always tlje woman's place had been a very responsible one as she attended to her tamily, her house, tho chickens, etc., but since she has received tho franchise she has an extra responsibility and she must prepare herself for it by co-operation witli her woman by broa'dening her views by reading and in any way she can gain knowledge. The paper was listened to attentively and the Bow Island Local are to be congratulated on having such a capable member as Mrs. Monds on their roll.'' After tho paper each one present was called on to give some helpful hint in house-cleaning and nearly every one responded. AUCTION SALE Closlngout sale of horses, cattle, machinery; also tractpr and, plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of Banons, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS. ALTA. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? J More About the Board of Trade Report -"You have really made an excellent job of printing." These are the words of tho crack designers, illustrators and engravers, Brigdens, of Winnipeg, Limited, after a criticism of the Typographical appearance of the Annual Report of the Lethbridge Board of Trade Jusi, issued. The booklet was produced in the Job Department ot The Lethbridge Herald. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ^. .;. Help For Gym The box social in the interests of tho "gym" which was to have been held in the Rest Room last Thursday night, took the form of a social evening, as there were only a few present. Those who attended spent a pleasant time playing games, after which all were seated at the table and^njoyed a lunch ere going home. Mr. Brentz Smith's sale which was to have beeiTheld last Saturday vas postponed until tomorrow, the 17th, because of the snow storm. The Millinery Parlors -were visited by a large number of the ladies of Bow Island last Saturday afternoon, when Mrs. McLain had a splendid array of trimmed and ready-to-wear hats on display. Several of the ladies carried away a precious parcel when leaving The visitors were invited to the * tea room by Mrs. McLain, whero at small tables prettily arranged, they were served a dainty lunch by her daughter Mrs. Siccles. The Rook Club met with Mrs. O'Koill on Wednesday evening, March 9th, and the members spent a pleasant time to gether playing Rook, after which dainty lunch was served l^y the hostess Last evenlnr^, March 15th, the Rook Club met with L. Cullins. Tho evening being near St. Patrick's day, the host ess carried out her decorations in green and white, beautifijl shamrocks adding their beauty. The game was en joyed by all present after which lunch was served in the dining room whero again the color scheme ot green and white was used. During the past week there have been two surprise parties. On Monday night of last week the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. James, Maple Grove Farm was visited by several ot their friends from towp and a most enjoyable tim Is reported. A dainty lunch was en joyed after tho game.. On Wednesday night the Manse, the home ot Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gage was taken possession ot by a number ot their friends and tho time was passed pleasantly. After, the cards were put away the women served a dainty lunch. Endorse School Fair At a combined meeting of the U. A iind U. F. W. A. last Saturday eve nlng the matter ot holding a school fair was broached by J^rincipal AVaro of the Bow Island sclio'ol and after short explanation ot the method conducting the fair and other details the ideir was enthusiastically endors ed''by the meeting. A committee was chosen to call foe a representativ meeting of the rural schools of the community-fifteen in number. This will bo held in Bow island on Satur day next when final plans wi]l be made and permanent officials appointed The U. F. A. are eager to see the mat ter carried to n succes.sful conclusion and with any help from Hatfield a kindly Providence there should 1)0 no doubt of a very successful exhibi tion in the fall. Mr. Geo. Jenkins returned last week from North Dakota whero ho had been for a short visit. . Mr. Frank Reams and ^fr. L. Lam eroux arrived home last Thursday from Creston, B.C., where they spent the winter. Mr. L. N'. Sewell ot IMaleb was i town last week on his way home from B.C., where he spent tho past tew months. Mr. Alt. Hobson wont to Medicine Hat last week and on his return was accompanied by Mrs. Hobson and wee daughter, Ethel May. Mr. .r. W. Hopkins of Nelson, B.C. arrived last week and is looking .^ftor his property interests here. Mrs. ICthel Harris was a visitor in Medicine Hat last week. Mr. Jas. Murphy is home after spending the winter at the coast. Mr. Lyons, barrister of Tabor, after an absence of three weeks was in town on Saturday. Mr. Jas. W. Rsid, Mr. 11. Roach and .Mr. K, S. Beattio were Medicine Hat .viBltors last y;i�?�Ki'^-, _^____ NOW IS THE TIME TO BE 4 SETONG YOUR HENS WatcR our poultry column for good settlings 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 , chicks. Thousands read our Classified Columns daily. mm Phone 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS IiADIBS OSTEPATHIO We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches ?1.00 an oz. SalwayHalr Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA C0R8ETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has prl vate room for ladles pending and during accouchment. Terms moderate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. 56-26 DR. 3. B. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIO PHT8ICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours 10-12: 2-4 and bT, appointment , Phone 1999 ling of Medicine Hat, is spending a short time in town. Mrs. R, S. Beattie, accompanied by her wee niece has gone to Acme to visit her sister, Mrs. Johnston. terian church property here yesterday. While in town Dr. Ferguson was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Still. Mr. Bell of the Bow Island Drug Co. received a wire yesterday stating that his sistev was seriously ill and left last night for her home at Cam-rose. Rev. Mr. Bishop, who was to have addressed a Aieetiug here yesterday in the interests of child welfare postponed his visit for u short time. The March meeting ot the Women's Institute will be 'held in the rest room on Saturday afternoon, March 19th. It is hoped that the attendance will be the best ever. Mr. Jno. Pollett has gone to Edmonton to attend the Loyal Orange grand lodge now in session at the capital. Mr. Coombs of the circulation de partment of the Lethbridge Herald is a business visitor in town. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the longer you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedness Is terrible affliction, which can be remedied with the right kind ot glasses J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store, PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hospital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldgp;! Phone 746. Accommodation for 8ur� glcal, medical and maternity pa* tients. private and semi-privatd rooms. Rates |20.00, |33.00 and $35 a week. Write for Iniformatlon to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superln. tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEBN, M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy-^^ and Royal College ot Music, London, England, cent, last year succeasfuL 100 pet FOUR WARSHIPS LIKE HOOD TO BE LAID DOWN . LONDON, Mar. 17.-Four capital warships of the Hood class will be laid down within a year. Sir James Craig, parliamentary and financial secretary to the admiralty, announced in the commons today. '.''he Hood Is a battle cruiser of 41,200 tons normal displacement, and of 44,600 tons with a full load. She' carries bight 15-inch guns, twelve 5-inch guns, four 4-.nch and -6 aircraft guns, four 3-piunrier:v and five ma-f.hine guns, and h'\^ two submerged torpedo tubes an4 four above water, '.'he vessel wa^ launrbco in Aiy-hk?. li)18, and has a corapleaient ot 1175 .iitn. She is an oii liufioi. Mr. Darling, brother ot Mr. J. Dar Orangemen from all over the world will f>onvene in Wnnipeg in 1923, says George B . McCready, deputy grand master of tho grand Orange Lodge of Manitoba. Arrangements have been niade to entertain in Winnipeg the 1923 convention of the im perial grand Orange council of the world. P. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 6tb St. S. Oppcaito the Empresi Phone 1989 Residence Phone 1937 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano and Theoi-y. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams U' desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave, A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OF Knox Church, is prepared to take pupils in piano, organ or vocal. Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms apply at studio, 412 8th St. south. 73-28 CLEANERS AND PRE8SERS -^-- PUBLIC ACCODNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS - CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI8 Suite 4, Acadia Block. Phone 16K. BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONE 792. Comer 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS-EXPERT TUNER- 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. PhoHa 1168. 627 10th Street South. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to yiour Interest to 'try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only Tirst-class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. / Financial Strength I"*I-IE principle.-! upon which a Bank is founded, die number of years it has been in operation, and the policy followed during these years-these features, combined with its present standing, form the criterion of the strength of a Bank. The Bank of Montreal began business in the year 1817, widi a modest capiul of ^1,250,000, and for over a century it has followed a conservative-aggressive policy until to-day its capital and resen'c fund toul ^40,000,000 and its total assets are in cxceSs of ^560,000,000. BANK OF MONTREAL HEAD OFF:rCE: MO.-.TRFAL Branches in every important city and town in the Dominion and Newfoimdland THE VALET-Specialist in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use the genuine French system, which covers every spot and eliminates possible iLfjury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-GUN barrels stialghtened, guns restocked, gnn r.-ork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locka repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. Macdonald,.Indian Motorcycle Arldga Farm Lighting a Specialty Ccntractors for Electrical Work 0% 082190 ;