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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAHCH 26.1921 THE LETHBJUDCE DAILY HERALD US IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE ML HELP YOU SHI BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OFlAIMPLEMENK. PACK FOR SALE (Agricultural) SUudo tractor attach- ment for a ford car. Also special radiator. A snap. Farm Products, Limited, 218 Sherlock lllock. 1123 on percentage basis. Carry own ex- panses. Three-year contract. EGGS We, tho undermentioned member! of the Lethbridge Poultry Association, wish to announce that we are in a position io glv? public tho benefit )f years of experience breeding SPECIAL BUYS Henllli- 88-6 class poultry, tho kind that fill the OBK j largest FOR wln largest .j. Ishows. Many high class specimens tin ditcher, 1 John Dcero double 1 walking plow, 1 Oliver engine plow.! wl" OB hatched from these 1 cook car, 1 International doubln wn''th many times the price disc, 3 John D-jero braker bottoms 11tor lhl! setting. As each bw cook stove, 1 oil stove, 1 light wagon.' are small only a limited H. C. Debo, 508 5th Ave. S. Phone ISS. her wil1 ho eggs, B islt num- book SPRING RYE Excellent seed for sale In larfe or lots. Price per bushel, cash with orders. Sacks extra. Sow more rye and aroid crop failure. A good ylelder under dry conditions. Write, ownur, M. A. Downs, 224 Uth Ave. W., Calgary, Alta. your order early as In many cases last Bros., year we were unable to fill. Barred 303 Cth St. South. V UPLAND PRAIRIE HAT PER TON F. O. B. shipping point. Ho old bottom, 1 year's growth, uu grass. Baled before snow came. Standard Grade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON F. O. B. Lethbrldge. Government Inspected combination cars, half No. I Timothy and No. 1 First cut Alfalfa. PER TON V. O. B. Lethbrldse. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. Phone 1665. Lethbrldge. J FOR SALE USED TRACTORS One 10-20 Titan In first class condition. Price JOOO.OO. One 12-26 Averr, in good working shape. Price Jl.OOO 4 One 12-20 Helderi thoroughly overhauled. Price J850.00. Will accept four or six good, yonnr, well broke work horses 6 In trade ozt any ot above trac- tora. MART McMAHON, Letbbrldge. Alta. 1017 Rose Comb and Single Comb An- H. Lewellyn, 1252 8th ATE. south. Rose Comb Rhode Island Geo. Jones, 1609 9ti Avenue South.' Single Comli H. Ender- ton, 31S 15th Street North. White and Columbian Wyandottea F. Brierly. 1815 6th Avc. N. Columbian Wyandottes Gecrgo Mason, 918 9th (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 per 13. Write or phono your order to the above breeder. J. H. WESTBROOK. President. HARRY C. GRAHAM, Secretary. 1090 FINE FARM IN n. C. FOR acres joining the town of MarysvUle, B. C'.; 400 acres Irrigated, ditch partly built; private system; 100 acres cultivated; 40 acres needed to fall rye; balance! ready for planting; good build- ings, all fenced; four miles O from the largest mine In Can- ada. Adjacent to largo lum- bering operations. Price J3S.OO per acre; per acre cash, bal- ance 15 year contract to right party. FOR land, fins one-quarter section, thro? miles south of Coaldale, now In stubble, reservoirs, small house, barn and. granary, on main ditch. Small cash payment to right party. LAND FOR SALK OR RENT 200 ACRES dry land in stub- ble, main canal runs through the property. No waterrlght. All fenced. No buildings. Must be spring plowed before seed- Ing. Irrigated lind on all sides, location miles east of Coaldale. Party have equipment and facilities for op- erating. LAND TO RENT OR FOR SALE TO acres irrigated or SO acres irrigated land, Improved. Cox Land Co. Phone 1C08. 1013 TO acres Irrigated, in stub- ble, 6 miles from Lethbridge, .half mile to school. Good buildings. Wm. In- gram, Y. M. C. A. Lethbridge. TO near Monarch, 150 acres summer fallow 50 acres to bo plowed for crop and 200 acres to be KO ACRES--Three miles cast of Wilson Siding in stub- ble. This is a line quarter, fenced, but no buildings. -FBI MACHINERY- The price of NEW Farm Machinery is high. If you are just starting farming, why not cut down your initial expense by using second- hand machinery. Advertise your wants in the Herald Want A'd. 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 for the price pi four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointment! 1942 f.iRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 520 12th St. N. ICO ACRES NEAR WARD- ,NER, B. C. All hsy meadow, covered with light brush and scattered pir.e forest, 1 1-2 miles from railway station, adjacent to large graz- ing area. Private stream for irrigating, half mile river front- age. This property ,la in Us virgin state with no improve- ments. Will sell cheap or might trade. summerfallowed. I1G08. Cox Land Co. Phone 1011 FOR SALE OR acres irri- gated land, Including 2 1-3 acres al- falfa, 10 minutes walk from McLean School. John Wishart, 138 18th St. north. A few cars of iiste! lumber suitable for sh'ejs, leneas.' huildings, etc. For sale cheap Yards: Lethuridge. Coaldale, Chin and Barnwell. NOTICE IN THE MATTER OP THE MECHANICS' LIEN' ACT and IN THE MATTER OF THE F.XTR J.UD1CIAL SEIZURES ACT and IN THE MATTER A CRRTAIX PARTICULAR LIENr BY THE LETHBHIDGK WORKS COMPANY, Lll! AGAINST ONE COMPOUND TTRTV nr ERTY Ut OWNER WILL LEASE on crop plan. a good half section at Commerce. All under cultivation. Option to purchase PETER LTJND CO. P. 0. Boi 18S, City Phone 516 925 by Malcolm tho Judicial District nf T.' parly on Wednesday afternoon. It was her sixth and all her little friends had a big time. There was the cake with nickles in it and cracker with hats ill them and so many other things that the little folks just had a lovely time. The school closed for Easter Holi- days on Thursday afternoon. The school re-opens on Tuesday morning. Sornn the teachers quit teaching at noon and }sit on the noon local. i The ladies of the Arelican church I had a social time on Thursday after-] i Disney. 11 took tho form or a send-off jyn her eve of Inavir.g with her hns-' band .Major Disney for England. The i ladics Presented Mrs. .Disney with a hat there will manicure set as a small token of "the I at the of, high respect in which she is held and i f.-cn Company, ,lel. prospemils vovaga she would come back renewed lieaiiu tiell GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious It will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearslghtedness is a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with the right klm' of glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. PRIVATE HOSPITAL! THE VAN HAARLEM Prtwta Pltal, 1234 7th Ave. S, LethbrUcM I'hone Accommodation for nf> glcal, medical and maternity t.onts. Private and .icml-prlTMl rooms. Rate. J30.00. 133.00 and Ml week. Wriio lor Information tc Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for the examinations of the Rojnl Academy Royal Collage ot Music, London, England. 109 no cent, last year successful. w- H- ol "ano Theory. Pupils prepare! for tho Toronto Conservatory at Music exams If desired. AanM) spring recital. Studio, 133S 6th A South. rirnnni? fiii-T-- GEORGE CHtw. the Leth lUmued on Honday llth. at the hour ot .1 o clock in the alter- -JE H. .L1.UVJ1XX4 AL1U HAY I Also ALFALFA both first'and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now is the time to order. Write .wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on with lease. Terms. Apply H. Mac- beth Agency, Sherlock bridge. Bldg., Leth- L OATS f guaranteed. Saunderg Hay Grain Co. Lethbrldge. Phono 732. FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) VERY FINE disc phonograph and ten Table size, in oak. Just like new. Special price Easy! payments, if desired. Mason and Risen, Limited, Lethbridge. 27 FOR condition. Apply 640 7th St. south or phone octave Thomas or- gan in good condition; also cream wicker baby carriage. Apply 635 7th S. Thomas J. -Simons, his bailiff. Sheriff of I or Tho Hruwnins the Institu-j :ional Sunday school hold u -mis', sue-1 NOTICE TO RENT OR FOR acres In stubble, ?27.50. Six horses and To PACIFIQUE COUSINEAIT. machinery furnished renter. 320 acres, 160 acres 1920 breaking, balance stub- ble, all can bo put in without plowing. Wilson District. Apply Box 97 Herald. Formerly of Coutts, Alberta, Defendant. cessjiil party ,m Thursd'av evenic-n i One compound lanasii! Advance the club room. Miss Louise Prtne their i Eumlsy steam engine. 30-60 horso {nJsutor, worked hard to make i" 'i'l power, J2Sli. j success. The innior invited the! sale be held pursuant to the ney order of wls Hoaot Judge games and then a regular banquet. It SIOHT SPECLUJST 427 5tu SL S. the Erapren PSone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 c. j. ORGANIST Knox Church, is prepared to Uk Ice. was a little heavy hut tho hoys enjoyed the Bleifjh riclo and the gamo. From the shouts on their return it WUK evident victory had crowned their effort and so it did. The score was 5 to 1 in favor of Coleman. The Hlllornst Curlers Invaded Colo- man on Wednesday afternoon und showed remarkahle progress for their first season. Tho Ice "was a little sticky but the game was Interesting all the 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 OP ARMY AND NAV1 Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge TJnl; No. 34 Veterans desirous of joinlnj the above association, can obtain In formation and application form- from the secretary, L. Leigh, P O Box No. 6, Lethhrldge. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. R. Phi tographer, developing, printing, home-portraiture, etc. 1314 Thirc Avenue South. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractor. 1333 CHANGE in TRAIN SERVICE After March 31st, 1921, Trains Nog. 63 64 Will Be DISCONTINUED BETWEEN CROW'S NEST and CRAN- BROOK. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS publications' at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deserel News Agent. 6th St. S. Lothbrldge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electr'cai Work of Cardtitou Teroplo NOW IS THE TIME TO SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS from, Runiinia. CZSC.'ID- Slovakia, Jugo-Slavia, and other continental also from British and Scandinavian ports. See us about bringing your relatives over. Kulleyt, information cheer fully given on both outward and prepaid passages. HARRIS ROSSITER Hlglnbotham Block. Phone 1412. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted In any part the province. PETER LaVALLEY D. .T. McSu-ain, Cleris. c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phone 1S09. VA UXHALL PLEASED letters of en- being received from (jiitsitlc points in every mail by tlsose who placod thefr in tho Vauxbull puges issued by the LeLhbridge Herald re- cently. Flesuits will be many and beneficial." (From a Vauxhall ilispaLch to the Herald.) 4. 4, ;