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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 20.102T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THIS IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE WILL HELP YOU SELL BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM FOR SALE (Agricultural) (Contlnuml.) KOIl milch I'houe 11 1016. FOK KA tractor Mar- liu ditcher, 1 John Deero double disc, 1 iviilkliiK plow, t Oliver engine plow, 1 cook car, i International doublo disc, 3 John Uoero braker bottoms, 1 took oil stove, I light wagon. 11. C. Dubo, 608 5th Ave. S. ISS. Phone SPRING'RYE K.tcollent seed 1'or sale in largo or lots. Price per bushel, with orders. Sacks extra. Sow more ryu and avoid crop fnllurn. A good yinkier under dry owner. M. A. Downs, 224 18th FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) (When lleplylnu M VKKV.F1NH phonograph nntt ten selections. Table clze, in oak. Just like'now. Special prlco Kasy if dp.iirod. Manon and Ulsi-h, Limited, IjHhbrliie. 27 ji'bft for lit 4 cents. Apply Doi 141 Herald. __ FOR" or gan In faoii oandition; also cream wicker carriage. St. S. Apply C36 7th __ FOR cheap, with or without lot. Bulld'ng msy be moved anytime this summer. Come and hid on i 838 17th St_._N. Avu. W., Calgary, Altil. __ FOR packing fccies. Southern Tire and JPOU SALE-Or would trade _ automobile, part or all of the ami Risen piano lowing: One Titan tractor; one I (second For farther particulars P. and O. plow; one 10-foot engine Phono 716 or double disc; one 10-foot McCormaek drill, double disc typo; one Overland car. All the above in good shape. Also have threo drama kerosene; one hundred bushels of seed flax; one ton potatoes. Would consider land ht the Lethbridge Northern district. Ap- cattle, farm machinery and might lily Ed. Kennedy, care Lethbridge consider a-good car. Box 107 Herald rite P. 0. Box 902. 1117 FOR of 13.500.00" high class, close in residence, S rooms, sas ami hot water heating, stands on two lots, good garage on rear of lots. fl.500.00 cash, balance horses. Hotel. PRIZE SEED A limited quantity No. 1 CHOICE RED BOBS SEED WHEAT Does not shell easily. Straw of good ________ strength. Took third prize at the Pro- FOR w office. FOR .rjineStover gas engine, i.tom -'oirMi TAKKII, Mar. "2S.---A nice shower; of rain fell Friday morning, with uj couple ot calin hours following, hul! just when tho citizens were enjoying] aa ozone feeling, a northwester blow j lu. So did every one nlse to lot a j raging rain, snow ai.d sleet storm have its way, with a soaking landscape by i evening. A slight frost, with raw i woathcr and light snow this brought back overcoats, but the mois- ture is sinking in below the light; crust. When Old Sol appears mud I wlll reign, and despite the dry winter I March has handed us so much that thc I soil Is no longer drying out. Somo of-the suposod typhoid pa-i dents have returned to normal, and it' is learned tho medical profession aro; only taking no chances. Dr. taken down with signs of grippe, was removed to tho Lethbridge hospital! for needed rent, and S. S. Rogers has now a normal temperature. Mrs. L. G. Tallmau has been taken to Gait' hospital, with signs of possible but lias other ailments, and a special 'nurse was engaged toaay, on this ac- count. Crossings in the business section are being retold, where th h.p., in excellent condition. This is not now in use and will be sold at real bargain prico for cash. Also otfe belt driven power pump, large capac- ity. Apply Columbia Macaroni Fac- tory. 1097 Tincial Fair, February 1921. Matured dresser, two white enamel beds, earlier than the Marquis Wheat by rug ft., 1 drop head sewing nia'ch- ine, child's coaster, one 4-hole gas I Apply 1221 6th i iiero is ap- parent need. A. J. Kane, who has been on a trip for the last two weeks, lias again re- turned. Considerable shipments in Ihe im- plement lino have been coming in for tuo International the past Thc play, "The Iron put ou Dramatic club at tiie HELP YOUR NEIGHBOR WHILE YOU HELP YOURSELF HE may be putting in a smaller acreage this year and may not need all his machinery. YOU may be just starting up and need what he is not using. Or you may need to re- place some worn-out machinery. GET TOGETHER, by means of a Herald Want willing worker for a small Eight cents per line (count six words to Six insertions for the price Bf four.' ETC PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIR6LLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Plion-j MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. Z9-26 _J MATERNITY N'URSIN'O xperlenceil Maternity Nurse lias pri- vate room Cor ladies pending and during accouchmeut. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. covery. ho1' E11Ceily nine days In ISI'9. Sovon days in 1920, and outyietding it by eight bushels. Prices on application. JOHX F. ANDBUSON, JR. Raymond, Alberta. Box 180. Phone 45 Member Canadian Seed Growers Association. UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY PER TON F. O. B. shipping point. No old bottom, 1 year's growth, no slough grass. Baled before snow came. Standard (Vade Isft Cutting ALFALFA" HAY PER TON F. 0. B. Lethbridge. Government inspected combination ears, half No. 1 Timothy and No 1 First cut Alfalfa. PER TON V. O. B. Lethbridge. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. rhone4565. Lethbridge. stove, 1 high chair. Ave. !d in ivenlng, drew a largo audience, who I FOR outfit, only drill- local artists. A combination show -ind od two wells, with TOO ft. of one hich] dance, with Johannscn's orchestra in German pipe, all in good order. Cheap attendance, occurred the next evening for cash. For further information, j The show in ths theatre and the dance apply P. 0. 74, Taber, Alta. Send I in the social hall were both well nat- bill to undersigned, who will forward ronized. Mr. D. Morris and Mr. Lakenan. Mieatu, on Wednesday Etilkom .U. F. A. delegates to the Medicine Hat convention, returned port a splendid time. Tho Etzikom U. F. A. are holding a the money, on demand, dine, Taber, Alta. K. L. Jard- 1132 PUAIR1E" HA Y Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Mow is the time to order. Write wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Phona 732. FORECLOSURE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Sealed addressed to L. F. Clarry, Esq., K.C.. Master in Cham- The remodelling of GOVERNOR OF PANAMA !Mar. Jay Morrow, engineer corps, is stat- ed to have been selected by President Harding as governor of- the Panama canai zone, to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Col. Chester llard- OLASSES 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? Nearsightodhess Is a terrible affliction, which can bo rem- edied with the right kind of glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. PRIVATE HOSPITALS TIIK VAN pllal, 1224 7lh Avo. S.. I hone Accommodation for tar- medical and maternity pfr tlonts. Private and seml-prlvato rooms. Raies J30.00, and week. Write for information te Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, nuperin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho examinations of the Royal Academy and Reyal Collejs ol Music, London, England. 100 cent. Inst year successful. MRS. w. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared ror the Toronto Conservatory ol eiams If desfrud. spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th A South. business meeting in the hall tomorrow i ing. Col. Morrow is now acting evening. Mr. C. Patching and Bert Watson left for their farm at Magrath on Wednesday. Mrs. Patching aflrt fam- MpVf i farmers' ilv. in another week. I' "eT 'Mr. ami Mrs. Bell and Mark left lias been completed, and the shop now presents a more roomy and quite up- to-date appearance. The Altar Society ladies Catholic church held a successful auction sale of pastry this aftei iruoon friends Some of the cakes tnt, Mr. and Mrs. Bell and Mark left for their new home in Northern Ontario last Saturday morning. Their many friends regret losing them as Mr. and Mrs. Bel! huvo ueeri here since thc town started and made many crnor of the zone. METHODIST CHURCH BURNS HEOIXA, Mar. Tim Methodist church at Girvin, Sask., v.-as burned early today. Tho total loss is plac- ed at with insurance. Incendiarism is suspected. No meet- ings had been held in the church since last Wednesday. of home brew were bought bv a locil Section Seventeen (17) in Township Six Range Eighteen (18) West of the 4th Meridian. Alberta. The property la situate about 2Vj miles from New Dayton Post Office. About 250 acres is good arable land, i and the soil is said to be heavy clay 1 loam. The property is offered for sale sub- I ject to taxes for the current year and lo the reservations arid conditions! contained in the existing Certificate of Title. Terms of Sale: 25% cash on ac- ceptance of tender and the balance in and three years, with interest at the rate ot 8% per annum, or, In the al- Mr. Bell was the manager of Lumber Co. and was liked' NO DAYLIGHT SAVING I FOR CITY OF WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Mar. I will -not adopt daylight saving this summer. This announcement was daughte: -TlUVVi Ha.bel Irene, kick in the :r_of the home, Wednesday, .MuPhee. of oral places." _. Miss Eileen Hines returned home Jlri il wefl- Thursday for the Easter holidays. ding took place at the home of Justice Mr. Howard Irwin received a bad and Mrs. Laytor, Mabel Irene, (kick in the face from a horse last cutting his lip and sev- eral places." He is getting along nice- ]y now. Mr. and Mrs. Hlrien are entertaining the young folks Monday evening. A bail snowstorm is raging here to- night, one of thff, strongest winds of tho season But the farmers are glad to see the moisture. Marcli hccame the brido of .MuPhee. Taber, bith beins popular members of the younger set in the community The bride was given away by her father, LeRoy Uasthope supporting the groom, and Miss Delia Van Orman net- ing as bridesmaid, the ceremony be- ing Bishop vredaing presets were mitnerons and! boc'n'aTittle'more'g'e'n' heautiful, and at the close of the erous with bountiful LOST AND FOUND (Writn Replying Mention R tire ant! rim 33x4. Re- ward for return to the Delany Moat 1107 Co.. Ltd., fith St. Lethbridge. ehfil knitted hat. Return to Elite Cigar Store. Phono 382. ternatlve, the whole purchase price may be paid within days without Interest. Tenders must be accompanied by a marked cheque in favor of L F. Clar- ry, K.C.. In Chambers, Court House, Calgary, for 10% of the oner which will be returned in the event of non-acceptance. No tender neces- sarily accepted. For further particulars apply to Lent, Mackay Mann, Barristers, Calgary. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, 'this 12th jsui! chain for 34i4V4 tire. Finder please notify E. A. Sharman Co. Phone 1173 and receive reward 1109 grcy day of March, A.D. 1921. A. G. A. CLOWES, Clerk in Chambers. Approved: L. F. Clarry, Master In Chambers. supper was which about sixty of 'the iriemis and relatives of tiie bridal pair sat down, the evening being spent In enjoyable fashion, a number of prac- tical jokes lu the line of presents add- ing to the entertainment Ihe visitors was Mrs. H. S. Allen, of Ray- mond, and practically the whole fam. ily connection, the ovent having been preceded the day before by Ihe cole- hration of thc forty-fourth anniversary of tho wedding of the bride's parents The bridal coupl MANITOBA GOVERNMENT UPHELD BY 31-6 VOTE WINNIPEG, Mar. legisla- ture tonight rejected 31 to 6, an amendment to the budget proposed by -.1. T. Haig, Conservative leader and cnaracterized by Premier T. C. ami Hon. T. II. Johnson, attorney-gen- eral, as a dodge to get a want of con fideuce vote rassei. The amendraeut was to the effect that tho accounts of the telephones and other commie- made by the city council last Jitght. F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Oppoiita the Emprwi Phane Residence Phone HS7 PUBLIO ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX ADDIT8 CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS 4, Acedia Block. Phone 1816. Have you seen Cappy's new head- gear? Ait Qj Raloy Colony, in June, 1920, one Jersey cow, about 3 vears old, branded on left thigh Henry Walter. Haley, Alta. J10.00 information to recovery of 3-year-old light mare, branded on right iw. R. Kent, New Dayton, ilia. grey, and one dark bay gelding, weight! about Ibs. each. 'Brands indis-i 1 inct. Owner may have same by pay- ing for this advertisement. Write P.' O. Box 22, City, I BRAND REGISTER Right shoulder or Horses. Pain Engleson, Taber, Alta. ETZIKOM Right ribs of cattle. Left ribs of cattle. Left thigh ot horses. E. J. SHAFf'ER, P. 0. Boi 124 Raymond. Alta. REWARD For information leading to rerovorv of black mare, coming 4 branded on right thigh. H. P. Taber, on section'1-0-17. three weeks "ago! a sterling silver extra large cigarette initials on one side M. O. and All .ilock carrying these brands the on the other C'. W. M. Valued as a property of Thomas .fiidson, Tuber. keopsalio. Finder please return Alta. "Herald Office and roceiva re-: BJBH left thigh of horses and cattlo. ward.______x____________1110 l7J3 Bcrt Hainan, Taber, Alta. my ranch southeast' (From Our Own Correspondent) ETZIKOM, March R. liay- ner returned home, last Tuesday after spending the winter months at Dnmi- hellor, Alta. Mr. Babbitt, Fay Jackson Leva [Jackson and R. .McFall returned lo their homes at Ooondala todajvafter I spending Wednesday and Thursday in I Medicine Hat. They were delegates i to the U. F. A. convention from Doon- 1 dale. I Messrs. Victor and Cl turned lo their home he: noon, after spending" so: Lethbridge. Mrs. Sherwood is visiting with her brother, Harvey McKenzie, and is re- covering from an. operation. Her MAY CUT SEAMEN'S WAGES MONTREAL', Mar. w. Nor- cross, president or tho Canada Steam- ship company, this morning refused to confirm a rumor that his company was about to announce a 30 per cent reduction in wages. Ho would not sav that the report was not entirely false, but that it was too early in the sea- son to say what policy weuld be adopted. STRIKE IN PORT OF ST. JOHN CUNARD ANCHOR A'ii-ch or Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia 23 Saturhia Apr. 22 'aasamlra.May G Saturnla. .May 27 Cassandra. Jim 11 Saturnia.. July 2 NEW 16 Caronia... Apr 30 Carmanlii. .May 17 K. A. Vie. .May 21 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Maurelania. Apr 7 Aciuitania. .A-pr 12 Imperalor. Apr 28, Aquitanla, May 3 NEW h. Eighteen Saxonia ...Apr. 26 Saxonia... Jun, 2 left thigh. Horses. loft ribs. Cattle. Wars Are Not Yet Ended STRAYED of Coaldale, 4th of March, 1 sorrel bald-faced mare, weight 1400 Ibs. Branded on left hip. re- ward for information leading to recov- ery. J. M. Harryman, Coaldale. Phono GRAIN SOWN NEAR BELLEVILLE BKUiEVlLL-E, Ont., Mar. earliest sowing of grain in this dis- Irict is reported from Sydney town- ship. On Saturday. G. A. Ketcheson planted oats. Plowing has been In progress, during tho week. TORONTO MAN IS DEAD AT GIBRALTAR TORONTO, Mar. cable mes- sage recoived hero yesterday announc- ed tho death in Gibraltar on Sunday nl Wm. T. Hainnay. of Toronto, form- erly superintendent ol the Canada Life -INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Forms will he for dis- tribution In the course of the next few days. Information as to making up the forms can be hail at the of- fice, 211 Sherlock ST. JOHN'. Mar. 28. steamers worn idlo in port tin ing as a result of a deadlock between NEW (Via Moville) Algeria.. .Apr. i) Columbia.. Apr. 21 lu- NEW day, raster .Monday, is a statutory i Italia ........................Apr I holiday and that they were'entitled j PORTLAND. to double time. The steamship inter- i GLASGOW leo MorrN r "S ''esult ot a deadlock between ere tlm afi "I Wilterlront .workers ,and the local imp i interests. The longshoremen, checkers anrl truckers held that to- ests refused to graut the demand. c Major-deneral ,1. H. MacBrtai, chief! of tllo general staff of the Canatliau militia, does not think that tlio llreat War ended war. He urges that Can-: hdn miiirt lie ready with an i comei. force whcu Uig w y r I Trust Your Complexion Tc Cuticura The majority of skin and scs'p troubles might be prevented by ining Soap exclusively for nil toilet purposes On the ilighteit siKn of redneia. roush- neat, pitnula or dandruff, ipplv a little Cuticura Ointment. Do not fttil to include the exquisitely scented Cuticura Talcum in your toilet I'nmarationi, iHf 2Sc. IttnmOt. Sold Bomlntoa. Ciifudi Sfitiirnla Apr. 20 i Kill! information can bo secured from all apents. or Ilio Company's joflice, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KtTTH. PHONE 793. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST Knox Church, is prepared to Pupils in piano, organ or Tocal. Pupils prepared for lor terms apply at studio, 413 Stb at. south. 73__24 H. McG. YOUNG, A. D. C. cher of voice, piano ami theory btudents are provincial and domin- ion medalists. Easter recital it Harper's Hall on Friday evening, April 1st at seven-thirty. Advanc- ed pupils at eight-thirty Studio _ilth St. south. g7-Ij CL-6ANERS AND PRESSERS THE In FrencK dry cleaning. Wo are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use the genuine French system, which COT- era every spot and eliminates iLjary te ssrst-ats, giving hlgH class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South, Phone J812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GDNSMITHS tc barrels stiglghtened, guns restock- ed, gua vork done by a gunsmith; teys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired: lawn mowerj D. E. Macdonald, Jndlaa' Motorjycle >gent. Phone 1031, GUt street, opposite Herald Office, DECORATING PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and OrgaS Repairer; 30 years' factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. Referencea to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1168 627 10th Street South. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It wlll be to ypur Inter- est to try US. We' have an up-to-date Machine I Shop and employ only flrst-slssa Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistoni and rings. NIVEN BROS. 'I 1216 1st Av.. S. v phone 1732.1 WELLINGTON- BROS.-The tors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlnsr, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrldee. Res. phone 1472; office Phone 1753. Sherlock Bldg., Letii- brldge._Alberta. _________ A. Decorating anil Paperbanglnir. Phone CSO. 611 Sth Avenue South, 117.9 B. L. Copelani B. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1S47 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglnf a specialty. Satisfied customers OUT aim. 616 12th SL South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience In Ulterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. njione 1101 ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVt Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge TJal! No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain In- formation and application formi from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O Bos No. 6, Lethbridge. 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. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. R. COCQ-Commerclal Pho- tographer, developing, printing home-portraiture, etc. 1214 Third Avenue South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAINTS at Cardston. I. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. From St. Jolin B. to Liverpool, Glasgow, London Southampton, Havre. Antwerp Frequent and Direct Sailings Empress of Britain, Franco. Min- nedosa, Victorian, CJrampian Sicilian, Prt'torian, Corsican, Scotiaii, Tunisian. TO THE ORIENT Quickest lime across the Pacific. Fortnightly sailings To Japan, China and the 1'hillipinra For further particulars apply Local ARnlH, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED Main Street, Winnlpso 403 Bth St. S. LcthurldBB Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardntoii Temple RUSSIAN TRADE ORDERS LON'DON', Mar-.-h Hiisslan soviet government bus given Sweden an order for a thousand locomotives anil Germany an order tor 100, says a wireless dispatch from Moscow. Forty thousand smoke Blacks. tiros, more than tons of tin and of other ralfw.iy materials' havo been received from Germany, the mes- sage says. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted in any part of the province. PETER La VALLEY D. ,1. Cleric. c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phone 1809. Tim international Secret Sorvicn. Association was organized at caisn by representatives of several j large ilctectivi! ngpnrlca in the (I. S. .ind Caiuulii. Alfred of Tn- ronlo, was circled first vice-iiresi- VA UXHALL PLEASED letters of quiry are being received from outside points In every mall by those who placed their adl 4; in tiie VauxhHll pages issued by the I.etbbridge Herald re- eently. Results will be many and benellcial." Vnuihall to the Herald.) ;