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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY MARCH 24.192T THE LETHBRIDCfE DAILY HERALD ?AGE THRBP IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE WILL HELP YOU SELL BUY..OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. FOR SALE (Agricultural) (Continued.) TOK Kurdxou tractor, i War- an ditcher, 1 John Deere double disc, walking plow, 1 Oliver engine uluw. I cook car, 1 International double line, 3 Johr. Doere brnkor bottoms, 1 took etove, 1 oil 1 light wagon. II. C. Debo, 508 5th Ave. S. Phono (88. SPRING RYE Excellent seed for talc In Urge or (mill Frigo (2.25 per bushel, cash with orders. Sacks extra. Sow more rye and avoid crop failure. A food yieldw under dry conditions. 'Write owner. M. A. Downs, 224 isth W., Calgary, Alta.' UPLAND PRAIRIE HAT PER TON P. O. B. shipping point. No old bottom, 1 year's growth, no plough grass. Baled tic tore snow came. Standard Grade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON F. O. B. Lethbridge. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. Phono 1565. Lethbrldre. f. FOR SALE USED TRACTORS One 10-20 Titan in first condition. Price One 12-25 Avery, In good working shape. Price 11.000. One 18-20 Helder, thoroughly overhauled. Price JSSo.OO. Will accept four or six good, young, veil broke work horses In trade on any of abovi trac- tors. MART McMAHON, Lathbridge, Alta. 1017 EGGS We, the undermentioned rnombers of tho Lethbriflga 1'ouUry Association, wish to uunouncu Ihnt wo ai-o In a position to givo tfie public the benefit of years of experience breeding high class poultry, (ho kind that fill the basket and win at Alberta's largest shows. Many high eiar.s specimens bo hatched from these eggs, worth many time? tho price we ask for tho setting. As each breeder's flocks are Htntill only a limited num- ber will bo availablo. Pleaso book your order early as in many cases last year we were unable to fill. Barred Bros., 6th St. South. Hose Comb and Single Comb An- H. Lewellyn, 1252 8th Avu. south. Rose Comb Rhode Island Geo, Jones, 1609 9th Avenue South, Single Comb II. Ender- ton, 318 15th Street North. White and Columbian Wyandottes F. Rrierly, 1S15 oth Avo. K Columbian "Wyandottes George Mason, S18 9tTi Avenue south. A few birds of above varieties, both male and female, are for sale. We guarantee satisfaction. Eight chicks from 13 eggs or eggs replaced at half price. Eggs J5.00 per 13. Write or phone your order to the above breeder. J. H. WESTBROOK, President. HARRY C. GRAHAM, Secretary. 1090 LAND TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP HORSE FEED First cutting ALFALFA. Horses prefer It, You get more food value for your mouey than you can buy in any other hay. Kan- las Agricultural College shows that when Alfalfa is worth per ton, Prairie Hay is worth J10.71. Feed only 21 pounds per day to a Ib. horse. To car of Feed Oats. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Hay Growers and Shippers. Coaldale and Lethbrldge. TO acres Irrigated or SO acres irrigated land, Improved. Cox Land Co. Phone 1608. 1012 TO near Monarch, 150 acrea summer fallow 50 acres to be plowed for crop and 200 acres to be summerfallowed. Cox Land- Co. Phone 1GOS. 3011 BASEBALL IK FOR SALE OR acres irri- gated land, including 2 1-2 acres al- falfa, 10 minutes walk from McLean School. John Wishart, 138 13th St. north. Talk of a League Comprising Four Towns Along the Aldersydc Line (By a Staff Reporter.) CHAMI'IO.V, JIar. :3.--Plans for a series of homo and homo gamDs be- tween, Noblcford. Uarous, CarmaiiKuy, Champion and Vulcan are being ten- tatively discussed by the muring spir- its in baseball circles. With simitar plans underway along the Macleod-Calgary line, Grarium, Stavely, Claresliolm, and High River, it is pointed out that the winners in each division could meet in a tourna- ment at the close of the season. In Champion tho club .has not yet organized for tho year, but baseball is all the talk. A meeting will be called shortly for reorganization pur- poses. Champion is in an enviable position for material. Most of its old team are hero. Syler, one of the cleverest pitchers in the country, will be avail- able, also Little, the catcher. This insures the team a speedy battery. Charley and Bob Starrs, two real players, are also here and itching to don the old home town colors. There is plenty of good outfield material in the district, also, BO that Cham- piou is in promising shape this sea- son. The sentiment seems to bs for amateur bail. The rumor that Vul- can is to step out again with1 a pro- fessional team here. Nu serious exception is taken to a salaried battery, but this is as fill- as the Champion magnates feel inclin- ed to go in opening up the. gold bag; of the club. The price1 of NEW Farm Machinery is} high. If you arc just starting farming, why not cut clown your initial expense by using second- hand machinery. Advertise your wants in the Herald Want Ad. willing worker for a small wage." Other farmers have more machinery than they need. Get together through Southern Alberta's market Herald Want Ad. pages. Eight cents per line (count, six words to a Six Insertions price Of four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA CORSETiERE For Appointments Phone 19-12 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 2Q-26 JIATKRNJTY NURSIXG Experienced Maternity Nurse has prl- vuto room fur ladies pemling and durini; acccmcliment. Terms moder- ate. 'Mrs. belby 529 1211l St.'N. est possible rate to the members of local rural credit societies and farm 1 loan associations. "Sitting at-the feet of the dead but unburied North Dakota corpse, Mani- toba can absorb more lessons than one. It would be as true in Thread- needle Street as at Winnipeg." STEAMER STRANDED TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE I HAY Alio ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time to order. Write wire or phone us. Lowest quota' tlons on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Phone 732. FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) bOLUMBIA GRAFONOLA and ten cabinet size, rich mahog- iny case, just like new. Price your own terms. Mason Risen, Limited, Lethbridge. 27 ITOR SALE Six octave Thomas or- Iftn in good condition; also cream wicker baby carriage. Apply 035 7th St. S. __ 6 FOR SALE 'New building, cheap, with or waiioiit lot. Building may be Moved anytime this summer. Coma tnd bid on it. 838 17th St. IT. 87-S SEADQlIARTEROor the Rawieigh products, 1614 13th St. N. Phoae 1984. All orders receive prompt attention. B. W. Hopkins, Rawieigh Man. G TENDERS FOR FARM LAND To close out the undersigned, will receive tenders marked "Tender for purchase Ramsden Estate" up to April 9th, for tho purchase of South half of Sec. 6, Township S, Range 12, West 4th. Marked cheque for 10 per cent, must accompany tender. Terms One-third cash, balance arranged. Highest or any tender not necessar- ily accepted. Full particulars on application. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, E. E. Campbell, Mgr. 327 Sth. Avenue West. Ad V More About the Board of Trade Report have really made an excellent job'' of printing." These are the words of the crack designers, illustrators ami engravers, Erisdens, of Winnipeg, Limited, after a criticism of the Typographical appearance of the Annual ne- 'e- port tho Lethbrldge Board Trade just issued. The booklet was produced in the Job Department of The Letk- bridge Herald. ITOR strong packing boxes. Southern Alberta Tire and Rubber Co., rear Union Bank. 1007 j POR QtJl One Motor car; also Singer hand sewing Machine and drop side bed couch. All is good as new. Apply over store- 406 I 13th St. N. FOR of In high class, close In residence, S rooms, Bas and hot water heating, stands on two lots, good garage on rear lota. cas.h, balance horses cattle, farm machinery and might consider a good car. Box 107 Herald i Stover gas 12 h.p., In excellent condition. This la not now In use and will be sold at' real bargain price for cash, Also one litli driven power pump, large capac- ity. Apply Columbia Macaroni Fac- FOR walnut bed and two, white enamel beds, 1 rug 9x9 ft., 1 drop head sewing mach- ine, child'B coaster, ohe 4-hoIe gas stove, 1 high chair. Apply 1221 Oth Avo. WOODS Second Hand Store. SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE Of household furniture and effects. Office Deikn, Chairs and Fittings. Restaurant Fittings and' Utensils of kinds. DON'T FORGET. Che S'nre of a Thousand Bargains. 112 Sth St. S. Near Consumers Hardware. Phono BUT NOW AND SAVB MONEV. 1088 INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Forms will foe ready for dis- tribution in the course ut the next few days. Information as to making up the forms can be had at the Sub-Inspector's of- fice, 211 Sherlock Bldg. CANADA SOLD U. S. BUS. WHEAT IN LESS THAN 6 MOS. NEW YORK, Mar. imports of wheat and flour into the United States from Can- ada between September 1, and February 12, 1921. amounted to 3'J.- .bushels, which was added to domestic supply of accord- in the U.S. bureau of markets. The bureau says that in the above period bushels came into this country. of which were in bond for export and were cleared from U.S. ports. About bushels came in form of flour, bushels by water before closing of navigation, iind by rail to Duluth and Minneapolis. Xo returns aro made by U.S. cus- toms officers of Canadian wheat en- tering this country in bond, it being regarded as "In transit" for clearance at the seaports. But every office a record of such wheat, and when cleared, returns are made. Wheat not in bond is reported as im- ported. Between Sept. 1, 1920, and Feh. 12, 1931, p.nstnms offices reported bushels of wheat and as flour imported. In same period Canada reported bushels exported to the United States. The U. S. customs of not reporting the "in- transit" wheat in bond accounts for the discrepancy. U.S. COAL EXPORTS TO ARGENTINA GROWING BUENOS AIRES. Mar. United States chamber of Commerce in Argentina reiiorts that coal im- ports into Argentina from the .United States during 1920 were seven times greater than those from Great Brit- ain. HALIFAX, March to word received here late last night, tho steamer City of Colombo from St. John, X. B., for Philadelphia, which stranded on the rocks at Digby ZN'eck, will be a total loss. ARGENTINA MAY GROW HER OWN COTTON BUENOS AIRES. Mar. interested in cotton cultivation that there is a potential cotton belt in northern Argentina, southern Para- guay and Bolivia as large as the c-ot- ton belt of thfi United States. Cot- ton growing in South America is still in its infancy. London reports u revival ol both the Josephine coiffure ami the Lansu'y knot. CHANGE in TRAIN SERVICE After March 31st, 1921, Trains Nos. 63 64 Will Be DISCONTINUED BETWEEN CROW'S NEST and CRAN- BROOK. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious U will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightednesg is a terrible affliction, which can bo rem- edied with fho right kind of glasses, J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's jewelry PRIVATE HOSPITALS TUB VAN HAARLEM Hos- pital, 1224 7th Avo. S., Phone 74li. Accommodation lor clcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates 133.00 and 135 a week. Write for informatics to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, tcndent. MUSIC MISS AILEBM M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter. ed for the examinations of thu Royal Academy and Royal Colleia at Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year succesiful. MRS. W. II. 01 Piano and Theory. Pupils prepartd for the Toronto Conservatory Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OF Knox Clmrch, is prepared to take pupils in piano, organ or vocal. Pupils prepared for eiaminaiiona. For terms apply at studio, 412 Stt St. south. H. McG. YOUNG, A. D. C. cher of voice, piano and theory. Students are provincial and domir. ion medalists. Easter recital h Harper's Hall on Friday evening, April 1st at seven-thirty. Advanc ed pupils at eight-thirty. Studio 6S( llth St. south. CLEANERS AND PRE88ER8 THE In French dry cleaning. Wo are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use the genuine French system, "which cov- ers every spot and eliminates Blble fLjury to garments, giving hlgl class results. Special attention tc country work. 324 6th Street South Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. F. H. W1LKLNS SIGHT SPECIALIST 487 Eth St. S. Oppculta the Empress Phone 1969 Residence Phone 1S37 GUNSMITHS I WALL STREET JOURNAL WARNS MANITOBA OF BANKING PLAN PERILS BRAND REGISTER I Right shoulder or Dorses. Engleson, Taber, Alta, 826 Bight ribs of cattle. Left rlns ef cattle. Left thigh of horses. E. J. SHAFFER, P. O. Box 124 Raymond. Alta. I left thigh. Horses, left ribs. Cattle. stock carrying these brands the property of Thomas Judson, Taller, Alta. left thigh of horses and cattle. Deri Jlolmau, Taber, Alta. NEW YORK, JIar. editorially on Manitoba's provincial-owned banking system, tho Wall Street Journal says: "There is a remarkable similarity of racial and economic environment, of rural, exemption and all sorts of law and of social structure between Manitoba and South Dakota. Mani- toba has one protection her Juckiess neighbor lacks. She lias an urban population equal to any political emergency. "Manitoba has ivhat North Dakota is sorry she ever thought of provincial-owned banking sys- tem, semi-detached from the provin- cial treasury, based on the strange economic device of borrowing from depositors money at the highest pos- sible rate consistent with apparent safety, and lending it out at the low- Mokss Weak Women Strong CUNARD ANCHOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acidla Block. Phone 1616. BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KOTH. PHONE 798. Comer 1st Ave. and loth St. 8. ODNSMITHS barrels stiaightened, guns restock- ed, gun Trorfc done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any'llgbi machinery repaired; lawn mowerj ehnrpenad. D. B. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6tt Street, opposlto Herald Office. DECORATING PIANO TUNING WELLINGTON Deoorn- lors. Paperhangers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrtdce. Res. phone 1472: offici phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leti- bridge. Albertn. A. Decorating "anj Faperhanslnpr. Phone 690. Oil Stt Avenue South. For over 50 years Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription has helped thousands of wo- men, to better greater strength, brighter spirits, better looks. '-Dr. Picrce's Favorite Pre-cription, (in tablet or liquid form) helps women to retain their youth- ful lookn because it removes the cause of most of the troubles peculiar to women- It 'is' a non-alcoholic: and has been so successfully used by American and Canadian womanhood. CACHE, I am more than pleased with Doctor Pierce'a Favorite Preemption. I was rnn-dowa and so nervous that I coukl not even stay in the house alone in the daytime, and tried every bind of medicine I heard of, but got, no result. One. of uiy friends advised me to take Favorite Prescription that it would cure me, and it did. After taking four bottles I felt like a new woman. It is also the very best medicine for a woman bringing up a JOSEPH BEAUDRY, Route 3. G. H. TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory experience. Hon- j ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London, j England. References to the leading I musicians of tho city. Phonj 1163. j 627 10th Street South. I FARMERS! When If; need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to ypur Inter- est to try US, We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price I and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and! fitted with over-size pistons and I rings. i NIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. E. L. Copeland B. R. Ken! Phone I DOS. Phona 154: THH PYRAMID DECORATWO CO- Interior Decorating and Paperhanghn a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 12th St. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience in Exterior and Interior Decorating OS7 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phono ARMY AND NAVY .CANADIAN SAILINGS Kaxon la .....................Apr. 23 Casbandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia.. Apr. 22 Cassandra.May 6 Saturnia. .May 27 Cassandra.Jun 11 Saturnia. .July 2 NEW Carmauia.-.Apr IS Caronla.. .Apr 80 Uarnianla. .May 17 K. A. Vic. .May 21 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Mauretania.Aiu- 7 Aqultnnla. .Apr 12 Imperator. Apr 28 Anuitauia. May ;i NEW r Saionia...Apr. 21 Saxonla.. ..Tun. 2 NEW I (Via Moville) Algeria...Apr 6 Columbia. .Apr 23 NEW YORK-MEDITERRANEAN Italia ........................Apr 12 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra.Men 30 Saturnia. .Apr 20 Full Information can he secured jfrom all amenta, 0? the Company's HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H 0 L E S 0 M E 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. ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAV1 Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Uni: No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain' in. formation and application form; from the secretary, L, Leigh, P. O Boi No. ti, Lethbridge. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. K. Pho- tographer, developing, printing, home-portraiture, etc. 1214 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS publications, at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES yOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. i office, IX Main Krwi, Winnipeg, Slectrln Light ami Power Phon- 1332 Lethbrldga Farm Lighting a Specialty i ritractorn for nk-r-trYal Work of Cardston Temple NOW IS THE TIME TO SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS from Poland, Rumania, Czecho- slovakia, Jugo-Slavia, and other continental points? also from British and Scandinavian See us aliout bringing your relatives over. Fullest infonmition cheer fully Kivcn on both outward uml prepaid HARRIS ROSSITER Higinbotham Block. Phone 1412. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted in any part of tho province. PETER LaVALLEY D. J. McSwaln, Clerk. c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phone 1800. VA UXHALL PLEASED letters ot quiry are being received from oKtsi'li) points in evory mail by those who plar.ed their adg in the Vauxliall pages Issued by tho Lethbridge Herald re- cently. Results will be many and beneficial." (1'Vem a Vauihall dispatch to the Herald.) ;