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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 28, I02T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB THIS IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE WILL HELP YOU SELL BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. FOR SALE (Agricultural) (Continued.) '.11 Rill) nil peri-entree basis. L'arry own ei- jicnyen. Throe-yeHr rontruct. llut'ei- Apply llox 121 .Herald. HS-0 KOU t FordKon 'I'nuii.-r." iMiir- tin ditcher, 1 John Deere disc, l.waiklnK 1 Oliver engine plow, 1 cook ciir, 1 International double disc, Ji John Deere bniker liottoms, 1 cook stnve, 1 oil stove, 1 light wagon. 11. C. Dobo, 50S ulli Ave. S. Phono 8SS. SPRING Excellent seed for sale iu Jarge or mall lots. Trice per bnahel, cush with orders. Sacks extra. Sow more rye and avoid crop failure. A good yleldor under dry conditionn. Write owner, M. A. Do.vfiis, 224 ISth Ave. W., Calgary. Alta. I FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) (When Uffptylnir Mmuloti llerultl phonograph and Ion! lilac. In oak. .lust like new. Special price liut-y payments, it desired. Masou and Kisi-li. l-lmite.l, Lothbridfic. 27 [''till in ROUiJ condition., Apply li-li) 7tb St. south or plume KOlt oil shares for sale at 4 cents. Apply Hox HI Herald. KO11 SAIjK Six octave Thomas or- gari in good condition; also ereans wicker 'niby carriage. Apply tit. S. .FOll ditig.c with or without lot. Building may h" moved ahviime HUH bummer. Come and bid -on it. G3S 17th St. N. 87-li A limited quantity ot Xo. 1 CHOICE RED BOBS SEED WHEAT Does not shell easily. Straw of gon.l strength. Took third prize at the Pro- vincial Fair, February 1321. Matured earlier than tho Marquis Wheat by nine days in 1919. Seven 1920, and outyielding it by eight bushels. Prices on application. JOHN P. ANDERSON', JR. Raymond, Alborta. Cox ISO. Phone 4o Member Canadian Seed Growers _____________Association. UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY PER TON F. O. B. shipping point. Xo -old bottom, 1 year's growth, no grass. Baled before snnvf came. Standard Grade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON F. O. B. Lethhridge. Government combination cars, half No. 1 Timothy and No. 1 First out Alfalfa, PER TON F. 0. B. Letbbridge. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. Phone 1563. Lethbridge. products, 1614 13th.St. .N7. Phono 1984. All orders reeeivo prompt attention. a_W._Hopkin8, RawlclRh Sinn. FOK stronc packing boxep. Southern Alberta Tiro nnd Knbber Co.. rear Union Bank. 1007 "iimPHisi'-li "piano (second For further particulars phone 716 or P. O. Box 002. _______________________1117 FOR motor car; also Singer hand sewing machine and drop side" bed couch. AH as good as new! Apply over store 40t! 13th St. X. BRIllMP.'Sll 1BO FOR SALE USED TRACTORS FOR of in high class, close in ropidrnrc, 8 rooms, pas and hot water heating, stands on two lots, good garage on rear ot lots. cash, balance horses. cattle, farm machinery and might consider a good Bos 107 Herald office. FOR Stover 12 li.p., in excellent condition. This is not now in use and will bo sold :it j real bargain price for cash. Also one belt driven power pump, large capac- ity. Apply Columbia Macaroni Far- FOR walnut bed ami dresser, two white enamel beds, 1 rug 9x9 ft., 1 drop head sewing mach- ine, child's coaster, one 4-hole gas stove, 1 high chair. Apply 1221 (Jr.hl Avo. S." FOR outStTonIy" dri 1 f- ed two wells, with ft. of one inch German pipe, all in good order. Cheap' for cash. For further information, apply P. O. box 74, Taber, Alta-. Semi j hill to undersigned, who will forward the money, on demand. K. L. Jard-' dine, Tabor, AUa. 1132 One 10-20 Titan in first class condition. Price One 12-25 Avery, in good working shape. Price 51.000 One 12-20 Hcider, thoroughly overhauled. Price Will accept four or six good, young1, well broke work horses In trade on any of trac- tors. MART McMAHON. Lethhridpte. Alta. 1017 TIMOTHY AXO PHAIHIB HAY Also ALFALFA both first ami Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment, Knw Is the time to order. Write wire or phono us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS WOODS Second Hand Store. SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE j Of household furniture and effects. I j Office Chairs and Fittings. Restaurant Fittings and Utensils ot'l :ill DON'T FORGET. i Tlie Store of a Thousand 112 5th St. S. f Xcar Consumers Hardware Phono 16B1. BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. 10SS Four Hundred Pounds Doesn't Go Members Mjikc Complaints March Mail, Can- adian Asocialt-d inter-, esting reading is Cnrnlshed the tins re- of thy Committee which has hficn enquiring into the expenses of mem- bers ot the HrUisli house icil lions thai have been in force sim the world began. Kycry type of ani- mal that has disappeared Irom globe has dont so 1) 11 e tho of climate 01 piuncnn nt 1 id hf en -so rapid thatHhe development of the teeth could 1 epi> pire ith tie] change in food, and consequently these animals that are now extinct GLASSES COHUECT FAULTS Vtavo you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightcdness -is a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with tho-right kind ot glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry MUSIC MISS AILERN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations 'of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 cent, last year successful. MRS. W.'ll. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 oth Ava. A South- C. J. FERGUSON', ORGANIST OF Knoi Church, is prepared to take pupils in piano, orjan or rocal. Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms apply at Bttidio, 412 StU Stj south. II. McG. YOUXG, A. D. C. cher of voice, piano and theory. StiWents are prorincial and domiiv- ion medalists. Easter recital in Harper's Hall on Friday eTenlng, April 1st at seven-thirty. Advanc- ed pupils at eight-thirty. Studio __llth St. south. J7_fi CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 5th St. S. Phone 1S63 Residence Phone 1937 THE in FrencH dry cleaning. We are the oldeal cleaners in tho city. Wo use tin genuine French system, which cor. every spot and eliminates Bible tLjury to garments, giving higt class results. Special attention Iq country work. 324 6th Street Sontn. Phone 1S13. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS George E. McGraney, BRAND REGISTER" "YOUR TEETH" RaceDegeneraiion By Ren Proctor McGee, M..D., 0.0. S., Editor Oral Hygiene. became so because their dental an- i Coiind dead in the snow near his home paradis could no" longer do the busi-pit Saskatoon. Ho bad been stricken iiess And if onr dental apparatus is with apoplexy. From to lie allowed to become a' total wreck, we j represented Saskatoon iu the Domiii- are doomed as (i people. PUBLTC ACCOCNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadia Block. Phone 1618. James T'urvi-i, ased 80, of Yonge Mills, near Brockville, was fatally j stricken with heart failure while milk- Right shoulder or Corses. Peta Eiigleson, Taber, Alta. 52G Right ribs of cattle. ribs of cattle Satisfaction Saunders Hay Grain C'o. K 7 SHAFFER. Lethbridge. Phono 722. p. O. Eos l9--t Raymond, Alta. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE Chevrolet car ill" i{ bar gain. Apply 412 ]3tU FOR Indian .motorrytjl loft thigh. I-lorsea. Iett ribs. Cattle. ck carrying these brands the plete with good headlight and tandem _V14 tllcnu lJliluun tll cushion. Price cash. Buy now nroperty of Thomas Judson, Taber. and get a full season nf riding. Phone j Alta. 84__78 10C1 or cull at G. Coffin's Shop. 33U 4th ____ G FOR" OiitPEBsux one Ford touring" car; ono Cliovrolot touring car; one Max well truck. These cars are all in first clgss condit- ion and owner will sell cheap for cash. For particulars phone 455 or evenings IM4. _ __ 107S CARS OVERHAULED i left thigh of horses and cattle. Bert Ilolmnn, Taher, Alta. Absolutely Guaranteed. i Second band for sale from! 5200 to JCOO. 403 3rd St. S. Phone I 11SO. 384 AUTOMOBILES Wo tre overstocked on ioconfl nand Chevrolet, Fords, and many other makes. !t will pay TOII to look them BAALIM MOTOR CO., LTD. INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Forms will be ready for dis- f.rihiilinn in flip course of the next few days. Information to making up the forms can bo had at tlie Sub-Inspector's of- licc, 211 Sherlock Bldg. As wo read history unil we notice tlio rise und fail oC nations, we real- ize that at certain periods' of their greatness, when their governments when tho armies have stood victori- ous in the capitals or their enemies, it Tvould seem that no power would ever be able to rise and overthrow them. In many cases the fall of a nation has been caused by a powerful en- emy, but more frequently has been the result of a gradual degeneration iu the physical and mental qualifica- tions of the people who constitute tno country. If you consider the glories of an- cient Greece and their marvelous physical development, and their won- derful energy, their active minds and their artistic instincts, und then won- der what brought tlie'ii lo tho low level that they have occupied for the last thousand years, yon will find L that it was not, tho invading hosts of) the enemy and that it. way not the violation of our present standards of morality, and it was not any of thoso ALLIED IGPERSl AFTER THTFLir REUTf-TEK, I'pper Silesia, Mai t Four Children Had BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONE 793. I Corner 1st Ave. and loth St. S. PIANO TUNING GUNSMITHS barrels stialghtened. guns restock- ed, gun T.-ork dono b7 a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, an? llghl machinery repaired; lawn sharpened. D.e. Macflonald, Indian Motorcycle Phone 1031, 6tS Street, opposito Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decors, tors, Paperhancers and Kalsomtnintr, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho established painters In Lcnhbrldea. Res. phone 1472; omca phone 1752. Sherlock Bids., Leth. __bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating anil Paperhanglnst. Phone 690. Oil in Avenue South. 117.5 E. L. Copelnnd Phono 1903. B. R. Kent Phone. 1547 a mob alleged to have been made up of Poles and as n result commission has adopted drastic measures to sup- press rioting. The trouble in Karf broke out Tues- day and a party of 'troopers ,vere summoned from. Beuthen to suppress day and a party of troopers was immediately attacked by the rioters. They took refuge in a private which was besieged by the rioters who made a gnu fire attack on the barricaded men. After the troopers had hung out a white Hag and offered to they were permitted to leave the house under a guarantee of safe con- duet, the reports from Karf state. No sooner had they reached the streca, however, than tbe mob pounced on them, killing six of the party and seri- ously wounded three others. The kill- ings were witnessed by the adjutant- colonel, j'civival. I Whooping Cought. although special j ly a diseusn of childhood, is by no j I means confined to that, period, but J I may occur at any tlmo in life. H la j i one ot the most dangerous diseases j i of infancy, and yearly causes more i deaths than scarlet fever, typhoid or i tlipllif-ria. and is more common in I female than male children. I Whooping Cough starts with ing, watering of tho irritation 'of !he (broal, feverishness and cough. Dr. "Wood's Norway Pino Syrup ia j highly recommended by mothers everywhere for tho relief of this trouble as it helps to clear the clog- i G. It. TUNER Player-Piano and Orgaji Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. oura Certificate M. T. Asgn., London. Interior Decorating and Paperbanglui England. References to the leading a specialty musicians of the city. Phono UC3. j Satisfied customers'onr aim. 027 10th Street South. i 516 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience In Exterior and Interior Decorating 9C7 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phono 1104 I and phlegm I hat has collected, and in this way brings on Uiu "whoop" which brings the i and heals and soothes tile FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to your 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, j Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-sizo pistons and NIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AMD NAVf Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Uni' No. 34 Veterans desirous of jolnlns the above association, caa obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. No. C, Lethbridge. A Novel Sign ff rf More About I the Board of i Trade Report have really made an excellent jol> of Thofio are tlie words of tlio crack designers, illustrators and engravers, nrlBdens, ot Winnipeg, Limited, after a criticism of tho Typographical appearance of the Annual llo- port ot tho Hoard of Trade just issued. Tlio booklet v.-iis produced In tbc Job Department of Tlio Lctll- bridge Herald. CHANGE in TRAIN SERVICE After March 31st, 1921, Trains Nos. S3 64 Will Be DISCONTINUED BETWEEN CROW'S NEST and CRAN- BROOK. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Caicury. .Mi's. Inipr-rial. SiiKk.. i tip; last fall, my rhildivn took j one tbeni d-v.-e'.oned hrincbitiH. j i After using two or tbree bottles of Dr. Norway 1'ine Syrup they j Kroiitly relit'vod ol' their uasti1 I It l I II n I ,-KI- I II I I 1 1 t icn i 1 I i r 1 1 111 T 1 for i I I1 -5 i ia 1 t it ill! deal.TK. II tl I M II Co, 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 Griil, KLEGTR1C SUPPLIES i Electric Light and E'ower 1332 i PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. H. I'ho- tographer. developing. home-portraiture, etc. 1214 Thirt; Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. '-til St. S.I f, LethhrMps I r.Willr.s a Spcclaltr clnrn fur Kloctr'cal Work ol Ciirdsfon Tenipin AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted in any part of tho province. PETER La VALLEY D. J. AlcSwahi. Clerk. c-o Dmvsley Laud Agency. Lothbridge. 1SOO. il BEFORE AND AFTER it Inokwl fit for the j jnuli pile. %Al'tcr: it is as a IIC'.V of iiuil Will do till! us wf-11 us :i new on'1. Saves noiic'v and trouldr. so not let us Ih'1 '.veldiiiK for iK-forc iliH-iiliKg on tlio job. lie'- I suits Kuuran'eiMl. LAWFORD CO. Opposite LcthUridgc Hotel. ARP.ANGEMENTC CARDINAL'S FUNERAL .Mavcii ctiiefj of arranpeinnnts for tin.1 j riuu-ral wn1'1 r.nnoniu-yd ;itj The n-'qiiiisiti will lie i ThurKday at 10 a.m., at which Monslsnor John Honsano. jipostolic ilolegato aL AViishinyton, will oillrfiito. Tin; interment will ho In Lho crypt under tho high all.iir 01 i.Im cathedral, where ;esl six of the eight archbishops and hishops prococd- cd Cardinal (.lihhonfi as llio hoiiil cf; thr, Bjiltinioro diocese. Maw.siv; tho roposn of tin; (if the cur- iliiKil wlli ho saiil nt tlin rathndnLl J oach niurninp; nuxt wffk, pn'ur to the liiiitl services on Thursdaj'. 4 VAUXHALL PLEASED letters of on- ;m> rcccivod from (iiitsidc points in fvcry nun I liy v.'Ih) placed their ads in thy Vauxhall pagos iasucd by tho KernM rn- cuntly. Rosults will be many und Ijc-nellciiil." i Fi-oir. a Vauxliall dispatch to the Hcrahl.i fr ;