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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH THE LETHBR1DGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THIS IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE WILL HELP YOU SELL BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC FOR (Agricultural) U'OMtiimod.) PA 11 1 l''ordsim tractor, l'.Mar- flu (IKcln'i-. I I lucre (loithln dlsi', 1 walkliiK plow, 1 Ollvur iinslno iilow, 1 cook L Inti.rnatlinut tllsc, '.I John Di'pvn brakvr bottoms. 1 SPRING COULEE NEWS (From Our fil'lllNU COVl-KK, Mar, The [armor., arc all getting ready lor wpritiK work nowadays. It will bo a 111- tlu while anything can bo rook stove. I oil slovc, 1 light wagon, ilunu tho laud but thorc la nothing l. 0. Dcliii, SOS nth Avn. K. ;iss. UPLAND I'ltAlRIK HAY O. shipping point. bottom. 1 year's growth. 110 (lough Haled before snow came. Standard tirade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON P O. n {sF.PTVNK HAY C.HAIN CO. Phono J3C5. Lcthhrlilge. 1'hone'llko being prepared. Wo ftro in nu hurry yet though ami a goo'l hoary Hnow would not be at all uiiwclcouio. Tho auction sale at S. 1-3. AlerriUew'tj last Tuesday was light machinery repaired; lawn D. E. Hacdonalil. Indian Motoraycla Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposlM Herald Offlco. mailed direct on receipt of price by Tbe T. Miluuru Co.. Limited, Toron- COLUMBIA GRAFQNOLA and -ten selections, cabinet, size, rich vnahog-, any case, just like new. Price 25.00, to- Ont.-Adverlisement. on your own terms. Mastm Risoh, Limited.- Lethbridge. 27 XOR whlto enamel crib. Apply 277 7th AYR. S.' 84-2 o A I prices generally wero realized. Mr. Garrison was the auctioneer, "while (From Our Own Correspondent) j Messrs. J. D. Madill add J. J'. Mether- al were clerks. Roy ScoU has down completely. "Although t beard so many good things said about Tanlac I never had much idea it would help inn, but I rented Mr. Mr. Taylor gave it ilartll.t mu j More About the Board of Trade Report FOK G5-egg incubator in good oriler. Apply evenings, 513 19th St. FSiR." octave Thomas "or-U- Ban in good condition; also cream j v.-icker baby carriage. Apply 035 7th -----'-you have really made an HEADQUARTERS for the excellent job ot printing." jirodifctn, IfiH 13th St. N. Phone 19S4. These are the words ot the All orders receive prompt attention. crack designers, illustrators B. HopkinK, Rawleigh Man. I and engravers, Brlgdens, of FOR" .Winnipeg, Limited, after boxc BURDETT. Mar. Sharp, the blacksmith here, and above left for Medicine Hat, where Mr. and family expect to go to Ontario! Sharp has got a position and where j soon. Mrs. Taylor's health is not good; tite like a .wolf and could eat anything they will make their home in the m Alberta. I wanted without fear of. sourness gas future. I Mr. Fred Phillips of MOOSB Jaw, or afterwards, t can't remem- visited his brother, Nelson Phillips, for a few days last week. strong Southern Alberta Tire and i ot the Typographical Alex McGregor, lawyer and notary of Medicine Hat, has taken an office here, being here every Saturday from 11 a. m. to (i p. m. Real estate is changing hands here Mrs. Prankish entertained a number of the ladies from Foremost on Thursday afternoon. the past month, several properties Born to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wiltso having changed hands. in Foremost, on Wednesday, March A. Hamilton has sold his black- j 16, a daughter. smith shop and tools occupied by j Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kim- Jas. Sharp, to Louis Rracoimier of i mett in Foremost on Thursday, March Medicine Hat. and he has taken pos- j 17. a son. session at once and will move his i Jit's. Klmmett was very sick for a family here ia the near future. while after the birth ot the baby but] W. T. Fletcher, having sold his j is reported somewhat improved thisi home, consisting of six lots and one. morning. her of -cvRr feeling better than 1 do today, and the. wonderful change in PUBLIC ACCOONTANCt INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadla block, fhonj 1610. DECORATING WELLINGTON Beeorn. tors. Pnperhangers and Painters: Kalsomlnlnu. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Ths oldest established painters In Lethbrldgs. Res. phone 1472: office Phone 1752. Sherlock Bids., bridge. Alberta. i A. M EA Decorating aatt I Paperhanslnir. Phone 690. 611 Sth Arenuo South. 117-0 my health is entirely due to Tanlac." Tanlac is sold In Lethbrldge hy J. D. Htginbotham Co., Limited, Drus-] vv- N- KDTH. BOILER REPAIRING WELDING PHONE 782. Rubber Co.. rear Union Bank. 1007 FOR for a five- roomed house, gas heater, cook stovo. tank heater. Maxwell live-passenger tar in good condition. Phone 146, or write J. E. Nichol, P. O. Box SO, Alta. appearance ot the Annual Re- I dwelling to G. IT. Johnston, is moving j port of the Ijethbridge Board to Magrath. Everyone joins in wish-: l of J3.500.00 in I of Trade just issued. The -I- booklet was produced in the Job Department ot The Leth- bridge Herald, ss. close in residence, S rooms, ga.-i and hot water heating, stands on two good garage on rear ofi lol cash, balance horses i r" X farm machinery ond might I c :'ler a good car. Box 107 Herald Mice. dresiior.i wllh 4-foot mirror, wash stand, sewing' machine, stove, grey wicker baby car-1 riaKe, miners drilling machine, dining'" tabln. cooking utensils. Apply 1219; 7th j J'Tjli 12 h.p., in excellent condition. This i Is not now in use and will be sold at; real bargain price for cash. Also one belt driven power pump, large capac-' ity. Apply Columbia Macaroni Fac-j to'ry. 1007! -Circassin walnut.bed and dresser, two white enamel beds, 1 i-us flx9 ft., 1 drop head sewing mach- ine, child's coaster, one 4-holn gas fctove, 1 high chair. Apply 1221 6th WOODS Second Hand Storn. SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE1 OC fvivniUiro and effects, i Oflice Ohairs and Fittings. Jlostaiirant Fittings nnd Utensils ofj nil kinds. DO.V'T FORGET. fThe Store of a Thousand Bargains.] INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Forma will be ready for dis- tribution in the course of tho next days. Information .13 to_ making up Hie forms ran be had at the Sub-Inspector's ot- lice, 211 Sherlock Bldg. BRAND REGISTER 312 Sth St. S, Near Hardware, Phone 1661. BUY XOW AND HAVE 10SS Sho stole her hosl'tt jowelry bcciiii.se! family was starving. It iiapponnd in Vienna, and HO vivid descrip- tion of Iho torrihlc cnndiffonu Ia LlmL unhappy city hns been ivi-itten than Philip Glfibs, tho world famous special writer and war eorrespomlont, sives in "Thp Jiladonnn of i.lin "Hun-. in ilardi Cosniopolitan. Buy it (Ivor t is (i mo at. Ma'.rolm llluo lias i'aM i-.iipfii'inLctiflciu u f Ont. Right shoulder of Horses. Engrleson, Taber, A.lta. 826 Right ribs of cattlfi. him success in his new home. Dr. Clancy of Medicine Hat, made j an official visit to Burdett on Satur- day hist. MAGRATH LADIES BID FAREWELL TO MRS. WOOD COALDALE LOCALS (From Our Own Correspondent) MAORATH, Mar. A. .T. Mercer, of Magrath, was hostess at j her home there on Wednesday even- I ing, complimentary to Mrs. H. Wood. _ Dainty retreahments were served. COALDALK, Mar.- Sun- MrB< Mercer was assisted in serving day being Easter, special Easter ob-; by Mrgt Qiub the llttlo daughters (From Our Own Correspondent) servances will be carried out at both church services. At IV a. m. the Sim- day School session will be withdrawn in favor ot a massed Sunday School program and Easter services. The choir has special music for both morning and evening. Mr. PHsbury has opened a shoe the house, Maxine and Leoiia. TABER LOCALS (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Mar. T. Provan has rented on a six months' lease, the repair and radiator repair shoo in residence Wra. Fisher, on C street Caloren's meat market building. He deserves all the support that can be given him. Our local constable is getting live- and moved in. J.. D. Valgardson has purchased a ]5-2t Case tractor with four bottoms from" T. A. Simdal, and "took the ma- .er and family arrived etc., must be moved from the on Saturday from the U, S. and have ly with the advent spring. He here- chine" out today. by points out that fill rubbish, KIbert H. Fost liy property owners under severe penalties. IE they apply to Mr. GIbba will be advised as to tho best place and method of disposal of garbage. returned home to the farm near Ret- law. Benjamin FranKlin said an empty suck euunot stand alone. The thought Ami remember thfi play on Thurs-i gave Basil King, famous novelist, 1113 day evening. Come! Boost! BEWARE OF BRONCHITIS Comer 1st Ave. ana 10th 3t. S, PIANO TUNING 1 El. 7j. Copetand B. R. Kent I Phone 1903., Phone 1547 i THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglai a specialty, i Satisfied our aluC' -I_____SIC_igth St. South.________f JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Establish efl Thlrly-fivo years' experience In Exterior and Interior Decorating D67 11th Street South i Estimates free. Rod. phono 1104 l INSTITUTE DELEGATES CAUSE STIR IN TABER i Bronchitis is generally caused by neglecting a exposure to wet and inclement weather. It begins with a tightness across the chest, dif- ficulty in breathing, and a wheezing sound comes from the lungs. There is a raising oC phlegm, especially the first thing in tho morning1. ia at first white, but later becomes of a greenish or yellowisa color and is occasionally streaked with blood. On. the first sign of bronchitis should check it immediatey by using Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, thereby prevent it becoming chronic, and perhaps developing into some serious Imig tnnible. Mrs. Brice Culham, Sheffield, Out, writes: December, 1919, I waa very sick with bronchitis, and had to stay in the house all winter. One day T saw Dr. Wood's Norway Pina Syrup advertised, so I got a small bottle which helped me very much; 1 then got a RUc size, and it complete- ly relieved me. 1 cannot praise 'Dr. Wood's' enough for what it did. Two of niy ueighCore are now using it for colds." Don't accept a substitute for Dr. Wood's Norway Pine -Syrup; the gen- uine is put no in a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; idea for a novel. It begins in tho'pricP 35c and manufactured only i March Cosmopolitan. Buy it by The T. Milmirn Co., Limited, To- I Advertisement. ronlo, 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years" factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to tha lending musicians oE the city. 116S. 627 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to 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 and NIVENBROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. ASSOCIATION1 OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbrldge Unit No. 3-1 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forma from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. PHOTOGRAPHER DOR1H I. R. Pho- tographer, developing, print in jr., home-porl.riiit.ure, etc. 1211 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS publications, at Canlston. I. M. Coombs, Deacret Xows AgtiUt. Lett ribs of Left thigh of E. ,T. SHAFFER. p O Box 121 Raymond. Alta. thigh. left rills. Cattle. (From Our Own Correspondent J I TAUKU, Mar. A fiiH house i with forty queens greeted tho iirws-] entation of the film "Twenty thous- and leagues under the sea." ;tt Iho Hex hero tonight, the delegates to flie Women's Institute district con- t France, to be held here tomorrow, attending the play in a body, from thn different hotels, which were also crowded. The women's invasion rre- ated quite a stir, and larpe audiences aro forecasted at tho assembling of the dalegiites iu Knox church tomor- row. Morn uri'ivalu arc expected on tlie night trains, and the fair sex have taken the town by nLorm. .stock carrying these brands the property of Thomas .ludson, Tnber, Alta. lufl iMgh of horses nnd oattlo. it UolnKiii, Trtber, Alia. FARMERS NORTH OF CITY EXPECT WORK ON LAND TO START NEXT WEEK (From Our own Correspondent) DIAMOND CITY, Alar. 21'. Till) fanners arc now preparinK for the spring jr.the per-, mils ssiural iu HCW WHY YOU SHOULD SAVE To insure yourself agaiust aa unknown future. To iusure happiness and comfort iu your old age. To iusurc provision for your family iu the event of your death. Conuuenoe Saving to-day with THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Totil Lethbrldge E. Mackay, Manager. WHY RUN 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. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted ia any part of the province. PETER LaVALLEY D. J. McSiroln. Clerk. c-o Lunii Letliljridge. Phono 1S09. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES VA UXHALL PLEASED letters of en- quiry are hoing received from uutskle potnle hi every mail by those who placed their ada in the Vauxhall pages Isaued hy the Lethbridga Herald re- cently. Results will be many and heneiiciaf." (Prom a VauihaH dispatch to the fleraltl.) 4 Electrte Ught Power Contractoni Pbono 1332 409 Sth St. S. Lethbrldge Firm Lighting a Specialty Contractors tor Electr'.cal Wort ot Cardston Temple At St. Loulw viuo.t.ion, total amountnil tn Ap- Iirnxlnmtely polta Hiiro 'Jls- pound or, AUCTION SAIE Closing-out sale of hortet, tattle, machinery; tractor and on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east cf Banoni, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland; ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONI, ALTA. ;