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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAnr.H 10. 102 THE DAILY HKKALLI PAGE THREE IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD CAN SELL THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERALD WANT AD.-THEY BRING RESULTS FOR SALE (Agricultural) Keplylni 1 trt) FOR llupny Furmor tractor, for cash.- Apply Ocorgo Husk. (New S3 0 GOOD" WORKHORSES KOR McLean Transfer. Ma NOTICE if 'Cf rued oats on Porter farm. I! miles N. W Wilson. Apply ,1. C. Chunoy, Hoi or Phone II B06. LcUibridgc. 83-6 po it i (i To PACIFIQUE COUSlNBAtT, Formerly of CoutU, Albortu, Defendant. Take notice lhat Citizens Lumber Company. Limited, Plaintiff. 1ms com- I nienced an action Xo. 14ROO. District Court, Lothbrtdgo. against you to en- _____ force a claim ot Mechanics' Lien for good 5337.45. and interCBt against quarter tif Section 4, Town- shlii 1. Range 17, West of the 4th Mer- _ _____ idian, Alberta, and that the Plaintiff "breeching will bo entitled to enter judgment VILECASEAl harness, heavy stock saddle. JBO.j against you unless you Hie a defence K. Wright, Henderson Park. Phono; to said action before tho 55th day of 3117. __ C i April. A. D. 1931. oat Bated- at Lothbrldgo, Craves at J16.00 for quick sale. 10th day of March A D. 1921 miles ROiitK of Wilson Station. W.L Hudson, P. 0. Box Lethbrldge. price car lots, delivered at your stat- ion. F. O. Hyde ft Co., Lcthbridge. _813 B6rks MACKENZIE fc ME.VZIE, Solicitors lor the Plaintiff. Approved: (Sgd.) J. A. Jackson, J. D. G. Ad M of 3iew 6-rowed barley, cleaned for ri Tielus up fo 100 bushels per a S1.50 per bushel F.O.B. Cannr.nc- Backs extra. Wnl. Oliver, SIC. nth Ave. S.. Lethhridge. HORSEMEN TOUXO'S FAMOfS HORSE SALES After April 13th. 1 have locations in Baskatchew.in tar ISO carloads of Worses. Arrange dates now. JOHN II. YOUNG. B.A., O'he Horseman's Auctioneer of tbe West. 1103 Portago Ave., Winnipeg. 79-G Ready Loaded on Cars Lclhbridgc No. 1 Government inspected TIMOTHY HAY At Per Ton. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed Tenders Trill lie ricclred by the Board oC of Amlena School District No. 3733 at tbe office ot tbe Secretary-Treasurer up to noon, Thursday, March 33st 1921, for the erection of a frame school build- Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer on payment ot a deposit of which be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and specifications. The lowest or any tender Trill not necessarily be accepted. Plans and specifications niay seen at the Department of Education, J. W. Secretary -Treasurer, Bank of Commerce Bids-, Lctbbridge. March 14th, 1921. Ad R Phoncl565. NOTICE TO DRIVERS AND TEAMSTERS Drivers of autos, rigs, etc.. In order i to save a few feet distance, have (IrlvInS the sidewalks of the City. FOR SALE USED TRACTORS Ono Titan in first class condition. Price S900.00. Ono 13-55 Avery, in good working shape. Price Ono 12-20 Heider, thoroughly overhauled. Price Will accept four or six good, younjr, well broke work horses in trade on any o? above trac- tors. MART McMAHON, Lcthbridge, Alta. 1017 Proper places for crossing side- i walks are provided at lanes, and any- one found driving over the sidewalks will be prosecuted. A tine of One Hundred Dollars Is provided for this offence. JOS. GILLESPIE, Chief ot Police. Ad S SCHEDULE "A" SHERIFF'S SALE PURSUANT to the order of His Honor Judge Jackson made- the 3rd day of February, A. D. in a. cer- 0 tf tf tf .j. tf .f tf t.. i tain action wherein the Western Sup ply and Equipment Company, Limited, I is Plaintiff and William Watts is De- fendant, and by virtue of a Writ of CHEAP Execution issued out of the District 1 Court of the Judicial District of Leth- 1-ridge in the samo action and lo me directed against the lands of the said First cutting ALFALFA, ilorses I William Watts, the following lands and .prefer it. You get more food: premises, namely: Lot 81 according Tallin for your money than you j to a plan of part of the City of Letli- cau liny in any other hay. Kan- bridge of record in the Land Titles pas Agricultural College shows Office for the South Alberta Land Res- that when Alfalfa is worth ?10 istratlon District as "Lothbrldge 3S42 per ton, Prairie Hay is worth j S" will bo offered for sale by public 510.71. Feed only 21 pounds por auction on Tuesday, the 29th day of day to a Ib. horse. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Hay Growers and Shippers. Coaldale and Lcthbridge. TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now is the time to order. Write wire or phone UH. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbrldge. Phone 732. March, A .D. 1921 at the hour of twelve j o'clock noon in front o! the Court I House in the City of Lethbridgo in the Province of Alberta, subject to all outstanding taxes, rates and ments levied, rated or assessed against i said lands'and subject to the reserva- I tions contained iu the original grant from tho Crown and in the' existing j Certificate of Title, i On the property there is said to be situate a one-storey frame building 51x13 feet, with lean-to 12x13 ft. in fair repair. TERMS OP SALE: 10 per cent in cash at time of sale., balance within 10 days with interest at 5 per cent. j per annum. MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District of I Lethbridge. Lslhbridge, Alberta. Shepherd, Dunlop Rice, Solicitors for the Plaintiff herein. Ad D BRAND REGISTER I night shoulder ot Horses. Pen Engleson, Taber, AHa. .LOST AND FOUND (From Our Own Correspondent) Mur. the open-' ins of the court at 2 p.m., Thursday, the prisoner 7Allo was given a sen- tence of years, less one day in llio LGthbridfti Jail. U> date from the time ho WLIS sont to jail in December. Tllfl learned judge told the prisoner that it lie bad any thought of gratitude in him, he should when he s a Tree man devote his timo and money in oaring for and educat- ing the children he bad made orphans. Vallle Case 1 The case of Audette and Vaillo was taken up, ant! much of the evidence was the same as at the preliminary. The shipping of. the liquor from Cal- gary, following tho car to Granum.' where it was reported the door open, n'so the receiving of the car at and being short of goods. Watt told the story of the ar-; rest of the hoys at Granum an'cl search- ing of several buildings for the liquor, the finding of 7C bottles and tho searching of the shack seven miles out, whero only the covers of the bottles were found. He told of tho statement given to him by'Albert Vaille, and the statement was put in as evidence to the court. It told of- young Vaille going to a point on the railway where the ywere to meet the train, the liquor was to be thrown out, and two others were to gather it up and take it away. The statement was signed by Albert Vaille. De- fence on cross-examination tried to get Corpl. Watt to say that he Corpl. Watt, threatened the young man, or promised him that If he told tho truth he would get free; hut failed in this. The defence called the father of Albert Vaille to prove this, "He said the Corpl. told him if the boy would squeel on tho bunch it would be al! right." This was later chang- ed, and ou cross-examination by the crown, was asked, "Did you tell the boy in the presence of others that he squeeled he would havo his block knocked off." This he could not re- member, but he may have said it. Court adjourned, till ten o'clock Thurs- day. While the Valllo case was being argued C. Vaillo, sr., spoke of the men being in the jail at Granum talking things over, when the crown asked' him if ho ever had been In jail, he 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 best medium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or chicks. Thousands read our Classified Col- umns daily. Phone 33? PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, transformations, ftp., from your combings. Switches SI.00 on in. Ealway Hair Factory. Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 59-26 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse baa pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 62S 12th St. N. 56-28 Fcrnie Pastor Secured as Special Preacher for Occasion the Our Own Correspondent! COLBMA.V, March High said he had for two years. The court School girls and boys had a sleighing asked him for what, he said Cor on Wednesday evening. The ing horses that did not belong to him, i 0[ journey was mail-more and the court said, "and only two for they had a big time skat- and by my old late friend Chief Jus-! jng on tnc Fortunately nothing live Sifton. "Vaillo said tho judge, happened to mar the evening's film, had a doubt and that was why It was not even an npsotf although tho team so light." The court and all in the court house laughed heartily. Hotels and all rooming houses are filled to overflowing this week on ac- count of the many attending court as witnesses and jurymen. Monday evening the Chinook began got a little off the road on one occas- ion. Mrs. Price invited the party to call In ou their way back and when they arrived coffeft cake was served. It maJe a siveet finish to an enjoyable evening. We are being entertained to freak- and at noon Wednesday the streets ish weatner One day it is below were all running with water from tho and the next jt is a Baie and melting snow. It is gome into the, it tm.ns mmfl and r.Un5 ground everywhere. >._... Audette Sentence Thursday morning in the Supreme, Court the Audette and Vaiilo case was continued by the witnesses for the crown and cross-examination by defence, when Iho statements almost a repetition of the prelimin- ary. The statement made and sign- ed by Audette was put in as an ex- hibite, after a bitter fight by the de- fence. Tho many witnesses called brought out no new evidence nnd at after tho court was ad- dressed .ludgo Ivea passed sentence on Audette of a fine of or six months in jail.- for the first offence, and for breaking jail one year's BUS- pended sentence. During the court the perjury case was called but no response, the bail was called hy the court, there being no response the court instructed that bail be paid. Tho curlers who were fortunate enough to wia the silk umbrellas, will find opportunity to put them 'up1' il the rains last ir.uch longer. Rev. Burns to Speak The Hev. W. F. Burns of Fernie. for- merly of Lethbridge, is to be the spec ial speaker at the anniversary scr vices to be held iu the Institutional church next month. We arc glad to hear that Mrs-. Wm. Burns is improving in health. Mr. 0. E. S. returned on. Monday from Montreal, where he had beeu presiding at the meeting of the Mining Institute. Tho Tnfenmtional Coal and Coke Co. arc installing a fan on the north side of. the track. Mrs. King has left to spend a few weeks in Edmonton, visiting Mrs. McClennan. Miss Walsh, sister of Mru. (Dr.) Davis, who has been visiting in Coie- man for a few months, left on Wed- i ncsnay's train to visit in New York, 2! before leaving for her home in Ire- IIIUMBBLIUH before lenvlng for her home in Ire- of the order and tho mode handling jlisn w.llsh manv RECRUITS COST high price ot recruits for tho United'States army went down in common with other fall- ing markets in 1920. It cost an aver- dgo ot JSG.75 each to get men to the colors that year as compared with in 1913. In February, 1320, the cost was against J42.73 iu December of tho same year. WHITESTAR DOMINION LINE f FROM PORTLAND Date. Steamer. To Apr. .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX Apr. .......Liverpool Apr. -----Liverpool FROM MONTREAL May ......Liverpool May ........Liverpool May Megaijtic -----Liverpool June ......Liverpool June ___Liverpool July ......Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK "Apr. ......Plymouth Apr. ........Liverpool Apr. .....Southampton ___'Plymouth ......Plymouth Apr. ........Liverpool Apr. ......Southampton Apr. .....Liverpool "Also to Cherbourg and Antwerp. Apply any Railway or S.S. Agent or Company's Office, 286 Main Street, I Winnipeg, Phone A2437. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Hive you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect eyesight tbe more serious it will affect your future health ____! efficiency? Nearsightedness is a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with tho right kind ot glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Ston. F. H. WLLKMS SIGHT SPECIALIST 4Z7 5th St. S. Opixulta Empwu Fhona 185J Residence Phono On Friday evening in the town hall the United Grain Growers held a-very Haley Colony, in .Tune. one Jersey cow, about 3 VP-H-S branded on left thigh Henry Walter, Raley, Alta. who took white Sace scarf by mistaka at the dance, Jdndly return to R. W. Long, secret- ary Masonic hall, Room Stafford JBlock. J20REWSRD For information leading to reonvory of black mare, coming years branded on right thigh. II. P. .Addy, Taber, on section 1-9-17. SITUATIONS WANTED fWhcn Replylni Mention The HeraMi experienced cook job on ranch or camp. At liberty now. Arply Boi 12 Herald. experienced and com1 petent man, position as farm foreman for tho coming season. Apply Box 16, Herald. 78-13 lady with four experience In typewriting and bookkeeping, desires position. Apply pox 111 Herald. t! Right ribs of cattle. Left ribs of cattle. Left thigh of horses.' ,E. J. SHAFFER, O. Boi 12t Raymond. Alta. the spring. J. II. Mulbairne, organ- izer for the U.G.G., and S. Limn, U.P.A. director, were the speakers for the evening. The local U.F.A. will hold their nest regular meeting at tho end of March, when a general review of the work done and what is wanted for this i year, 1921. More About the Board of Trade Report "You linve really made an excellent job of printing." These are the words of the crack designers, illustrators nnd Brigdens, of Winnipeg, Limited, after n criticism of the Typographical appearance of tho Annual Re- port of the Lethbriilge Board of Trade just issued. The booklet was produced in tho Job Department of The Leth- bridge Herald. Edmonton's Woman Police Magistrate Says Crime Business of Physicians CALGARY, Mar. is not so much u business for tbe law to deal with as work for the physician and economist, is the contention of Mrs. Emily Murphy, police magistrate ot' Edmonton, who addressed the Can- adian Club and tlio board of trade at tho hoard of trade rooms on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Murphy in this ijues- lion upheld the opinions of Mr. Jus- 'ticc Coatsworlh of Xcw York in his report on reforms necessary in tho criminal courts. Mrs. Murphy In contoViliun of this held that there should bo psychopathic experts, or mental ox sary Misa Clark of Ihe public school staff has resigned. Mrs. Chas. Ouimette is filiing the position temporarily. SPRAY RUM-RUNNERS WITH MACHINE GUN BULLETS IN N. DAKOTA BISMARCK, N. D., Mar. ien guns will he used by the state prohibition enforcement officers in their war on whiskey smugglers oper- ating on til liam Lemke, Canadian border. Wif- iittorney-general, today issued orders to the state officers (u equip their automobiles with the guns. A determined, systematic campaign will in an effort to clean up whiskey running and liquor Irafiic in viola'ion of state and federal laws, said Mr. l.cnlkc. PUBLIC ACOOUNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Block. Phona ItK. ___ PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN IIAARLKM 1'rlnta pltnl. 1221 7th Avu. S.. Lethbrldge: Phone 7-1G. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-prlvmta rooms. Rates and week. Writs for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. ______________MU3M5____________ MISS AILEEN Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy Koyal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent. year Buccesgful, MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams if desired. Annul ipring recital. Studio, 1338 5th _A South. x L J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST O? Knoi Church, is prepared to pupils in piano, organ or Tocal! Pupils prepared for For terms apply at studio, 413 8th St. south. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French dry cleaning. Wa are the oldest cleaners in the city. Wo use tenulna French system, which COT- ers every spot eliminates tlble iijury to garments, giving hits class results. Special attention to country work, 324 6th Street South. Phona 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS QDNSMITH3 'barrels ttiaightened, guns restock- ed, gnn Trork done by a gunsmith: keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowen sharpened. D. B. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1031, Itk Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlnsr. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters In Lethbrtdge. Res. phone'1472; office phone 17B2. Sherlock BIdg., Leth. bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanginr. Phone 690. 811 8th Avenue South. 117-0 BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONE 791 Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. E. L. Copelanfl B. R. Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO Interior Decorating and Paperhanslni a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 St South. CUISI.ARD ANCHOR Anchor D.onaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia .....................Apr. 23 Cassandra. Apr. 1 Saturnia.. Apr. 23 Cassandra.May li .May 37 Cassandra.Jim It Saturnia. .July 21 NEW Albania.. Mcll 21 Carmania. Apr II! Camilla.. Apr 30 Carmania. May 17 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Mouretania.Apr 7 Aquitania. .Apr 12 Imperator. Apr 28 Aquitania. May :i NEW Saionla.. .Apr. 21. Sasonia.. :Jun. 2 NEW (Via Movlllo) Columbia.. Mcll 26 .Algeria.. .Apr C NEW Pannonia. .Mch 26 Italia.....Apr 12 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra. Mch 30 Saturnia. .Apr 201 Full information can be secured from all agents, or the Company's (jlHce, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. PIANO TUNING i. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. Kngiand. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1188. 627 10th Street South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience In Exterior and Decorating 867 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phono 1104 FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to your est to try US. We hive an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders and fitted with over-size pistons and N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Avt. S. Phone 1732i ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain in. formation and application from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. .O. Boi No. 6, Lethbridge. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. n. Pho- tographer, developing, printing, home-portraiture, etc. 1314 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill, AUCTIONEER Farm dales conducted in any part oE the province. FITTING NAME sus- pect tho 'ancients knew wh.at thoy wore doing when they named "the cap- ital of thu old Georgian kingdom Tit- lis. The word comes, according to the National Geographic Society, from IL' perls in connection with all criminal phrase meaning "Waym and! and other courts, the work ot these the review adds that the town pro- experts being to examine cases which duccs seventy kinds of language, ''tbe come before the courls. handsomest branch of tho white she declared, have no right to decide particularly the women; is a the mental condition of those who great wine centre and to come bofnrc them. Also in the case of. Klr.K.'Mg and ilait'.-inK. Giinlo.-i'iiro use- schools which have special classes in Tit'lis, it says, they c.ui for the feeMe minded, she wanted l.o, "wheedle mil in at least a know who in these wan going; eti languages." to decide who are the focblo minded. ft tf .5. J. iUiirrnv has befn eledoi] dent ot tho Uei.ir.71 0gard oL' A broken wheel ran seel tho of three freight on INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Karma will lie ready for dis- tribution in the course of the next few days. Information as to making up Ihn forms can 1m had at the Sub-Inspector's of- fice, 211 Sherlock Bldg. VA UXHALL PLEASED PETEPu LaVALLEY D. J. McSwaln. Clerk. -c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phona 180S, ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone eo. 403 6th St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Templa letters or en- qulry are being received from outside in every mnil by tbor.o who placed Rda in the Vauihall pases ilsued by the Herald re- contly. Results will be many and beneficial." (Prom a Vauxball dispatch to the Herald.) At the Louis'fur auction, tola! sales amounted to Ap- nroxim.lH'tj' lieits (iil- VlQK'd of. AUCHONSALE Closing-out sale cf horusi cattle, machinery; also tmrtor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of Barons, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. ;