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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. 1931 MSB FARM THB LETHBRIDGI DAILY HERALD [-WE WILL HELP YOU SELL Biff OR PACT ram FOR SALE (Agricultural) _ _ (OcntlouMl.) a_1015: _ SPRING RYE Excellent need [or sale in large or lilts. Price 12.25 per bushel. cash with orders. Sacks extra. Sow more ryo and avoid crop fui'.uro. A good ylttldur under dry ctmdiUomi. Write ownor, Si. A. Downs, 2'U 18th Aie. W., Calgary. Alia. S ITS No. 2 C. W. Banner, 43 Ibs. 100% termination. Car now unloading. Spe- cial prico on application. F. O. llydo IMPLEMENTS. GOLD SEAL Al CALGARY HAS BEEN APPEALED Notice Given by Liquor Com- puny That Case Will be Taken to Higher Court C.VLCAIIY, Mar. notice i appeal against the decision of the Co., 1'lono 1244. __ _ .1142 of the supremo FOR would trade for a suit-] court of Alberta in the Action brought ablo automobile, part or all of the fol- by .tho Gold Seal Liiiuor company lowing: One 10-20 Titan tractor; ono I', and O. plow; one 10-foot engine double disc; ono 10-foot McCormack drill, double disc type; ono Overland car. All tho above in good shape. Also bavo three drums of kerosene; ono hundred bushels of seed flax; ono ton potatoes. Would, consider land lit the Lethbridga Northern district. Ap- ply Ed. Kennedy, Hotel. Lethbridg 3093 PRIZE A limited quantity of No. 1 CHOICE RED BOBS SEED WHEAT Does tot shell easily. Straw of good etrengtii. Took third prize at the Pro- vincial Fair, February 1921. Matured etrlier than the Marquis Wheat by Bine days in 1919. Seven days in 1920, and outyic'.fcg it by eight bushels. Prices on application. JOHN P. ANDERSON, JR. JUymond, Alberta. Box ISO. Phono 43 Member Canadian Seed Growers forcu vis fata) to the legality ot the lirodamatlon. cam will oonw up for hearing before the supreme court of Canada In May, when A. A. K.C.. "Mil argue tho cane for the Gold Seal company, George A. Walker, K.C., will represent the Dominion Kipruau Co. win seic OIL _......... WINNIPEG. Mar. biggest tgainst tho Dominion Kxpregs com- koom over be cx- pany in which the appellate court' in the Fort. McMurray district held that the express company were I 'u Northern Alberta this summer." dt1- not bound to accept shipments of "-''area C. H. president of inor either into or out 'of the vince, has been given. The court held that UM Dominion legislation with regard (Pthe taking of a plebiscite was Intra vires of the Dominion parliament ajid also ruled against the contention of the counsel for the Gold Seal Co., that the omis- sion of the governor-general-iu-cpim- cir to name the day when the act pro- hibiting import should come into Association. UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY PER TON F. 0.. B. shipping point. No old bottom, 1 year's growth, no Blough grass. Baled before snow came. Standard Grade 1st Cutting ALFALFA HAY PER TON F. 0. E. Lethbridge. Government luspflcted combination cars, half No. 1 Timothy ana No. i First cut Alfalfa. PER TON F. O. B. Lethbridge. NEPTUNE HAY GRAIN CO. Phone 1565; Lethbridge. LAND FOR SALE (When Replying, Mention The IIeraM> FLATHEAD. VALLEY, have three improved farms to ex- change for Alberta improved farm. Semi for our spring listing. Tupper FOR "ve'T Caigtrv A' meeting in the school on SMAUj CASH PAYMENT with bal-! Thursday last. This meeting should ance to suit purchaser, buy's 115 acres'have been held the previous Satur- ciHlflf-flrl i I. .1 _ _ ir it 7T _ -uuo .Jlii.ni tht! Alcan Oil'company of Now York, hero foday on hin way. to New York after inspecting these fields. "People in this country do not real- ize the wonderful opportunities that lie in these oii Mr. McCarthy said. "They are being sold at an 07.- ceptionally low price because outside of Edmonton there is little interest; taken in tho matter. New York fin-! anclcrs, however, show great appro-! elation and intend to develop the lands this season." Fifteen thousand acres of oil lands, at a. cost of have been pur- chased from Robert Tegler of Gdmon ton by the company which Mr. Me Carthy represents. LESS ACREAGE MEANS LESS MACHINERY NEEDED If you intend to work less acreage you may not need all the machinery you have. Why not get rid of it to another party who may need it? A Herald Want willing worker for a small do this for you. Eight cents per line (count fix words to a Six insertions for the price of four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1M2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. Hth St. _____MATKRN1TY NURSING Maternity Xursn has pri- vate room for ladies pending and accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Kelby 529 Oh St. N. PRIVATE HOSPITALS wa. 1224 Tth Ave. S., Phono us. Accommodation for nr Steal, medical and raaternitf Hants. Private and seml.prlrito rooms, nates J30.00, J33.00 tud H waek. Write for information u Mrs M. B. Vau Haarlem, flLASSES CORRECT FAULTS ._____________MUSIC AILEEN- M. Haying and Theory. pupiis enter- ed for tlio examinations ol the Academy Roya, College Music, Londou, England. 100 per UBS. H. Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared -tor tbo Toronto .Conservatory ot Music eiams i( desired. Annntl sprtng recital. Studio, 1J3S 5th A South. MRS. RISINGER HEADS NEW DAYTON W. I. but are assured tins will be reme- died in the future. There is only one lady who can make this, KO we pre- sume she will take the hint. The re- port of the delegates to the conven- tion, Mrs. Napoleon Foley and Mrs. J. Schill, will be given at the next moot- Ing. COWLBY (From Our Own Correspondent) COWL.EY, liar. last lec- ture of the aeries of four, given un- UUJO iiayu ueeu ueiu UJI me prev'OUS SaUU'- i IT i. r situated on the Lethoridga Northern i day, but was called off on account of r tUe tlie Extension Be- irriKatiim Project, within three milos i the storm. Mrs.- C. TV-Jenkins pre- nartmellt- 0 cly- trad8- What sident, who was elected to that post- ...mi. llttvu omuuL, WUU Wila ClCClea, IO mat pOSt- you to ofter? Apply by letter to 1270 tion during her absence in the south, .itn Ave. was present, and while thanking .the FARM FOR acres members for the honor" they had con- dor cultivation, 200 acres irrigated, 75 terred upon her during her absence, acres summerfallowed. Fairly wished io be relieved ot the responsi- buKjIsgs. Osij four miles from Tab- j bHities of the office for reasons which dected partment, vat' delivered by Cameron on Wcilnesclay evening last. Sad tu relate the concentrativeness of the public mind 'seems to be on other things than "higher as was seen by the small gathering to hear the professor dis- cuss one of the most intensely inter- jcts of physiology. The MINMESOTA WOULD PUT BAN ON FARM PRODUCTS ST. PAUL, Mar. Minne- sola legislature last night adopted u resolution, forty-one to. seventeen pe- j titioniug congress and the president to prohibit, by embargo or emergency j tariff legislation importation of agri- cultural products. C. J. FERGTJSO.Y, OROAXIST Have you ever realized that the Ion-1 Church, is prepared to take ger you neglect your eyesight tbo more i la Piano, organ or vocal, serious it will affect your future health and efficiency? is a terrible affliction, which cau be rem- edied 'with thc right kind of glasses. J. M. HEXDBKSOX, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. OVERLAND PLANT TO RESUME WORK MONDAY TOLEDO, Mar. and employees will return to work at tiio Overland Automobile plant here Monday, Vice-President Wilson announced today. The p'aut closed down November 1, 1920. This is of the farm, ir. the vice-president, was then e Much crystal on jade, canary, white is seen in new evening frocks at southern resorts. F. H. SIGHT SPECIALIST j <27 Sth St. OppoBlta the Empress Pupils prepared for' eiamlnatidns For terms apply at studio, 412 sth St. SOUth. H. McG. YOTJNU, A. D. C. TEV Cher of voice, piano and theory Mudents are. provincial and doiniu ion medalists. Kaster recital i, Harper's Hall on Friday evening April 1st at seven-thirty. Advanc- ed pupils at eight-thirty, studio C3( 13th St. south. j7_, in Frowit dry cleaning. We nre the ofdeV. cleaners In the city. Wo nso tot genuine French system, which COT- spot sna e'talnatea 6 ble Injury to garments, giving higb class results. Special attention tc country irork. 324 eth Street Soutn. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. TIMOTHY AN'n PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first ana Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now Is the time to order. Write Wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed, Saunders Hay Grain Co. Lethbridge. Phone 732. FOR SALE USED TRACTORS 'One 10-20 Titan in first class condition. Price Ona 12-23 Avery, in good working shape. Prico 11.000 One 12-20 Haider, thoroughly overhauled. Price S850.00. Will accept, four or six good, young, well broke work horses In trade oa any of above trac- tors. MART McMAHON, Lethbridge. Alta. 1017 v ma ia uue UL tuu oesr. larnis in tlie f was cnen elected Tnfaer district, but to close an estate' President for the current year, and tho heirs of which live in Austria, will Mrs- L. B. Carnlne, vice-president, sell for per acre on terms. ?50 Mrs- Rlsinger has held the ollico down Residence Phone 1937 cash. LUlIllSt, 1J- UtlD liVHl LIIB U1IIUU tlUWn i n r.icro I t II H Money talks. The B. B. Tain-i "efore, with credit to herself and to icte'come they Inve given these Ltd.. Tnhur -nosithn nnrnninzHnn P'c "oicome tney nave given thcbe ter Co., Ltd., Taher, Alberta. 1125 jtne organiaztion and has done good U'llrlf. hpttln' a Hwo TI-.-..Q they are at an end. Beaver Mines has certainly put us to shame in reguril tu the en thus inn- being a live wire. Mrs. W. L. Shields resigned IMPOUNDED rotary, and Mrs. C. T. Jenkins was i elected to flll the. vacancy. It is un- In the Coaldale pound, March 17th, I derstood the Institute will very shprt- one black mare, spot on face, no ou a P'ay of. class, a com- ibie brands. Weight between I'OO having been formed with Mrs. and 1300 Ibs.. J. H. Glbbs, Pound- McKelvey, in charge to look after this. keeper, Coaldalc, Alta n- 1102 thc close the meeting Mrs. Mc- lectures. At least two of these lec- tures were attended by over one hun- dred people. Service was held ou Sunday even- Ing in'the Presbyterian church, Eev. service. The clrernh was well filled and a special appropriate mu It costs about to travel from ter choir rendered wo hundred dollars to Vancouver, J More About the Board of Trade Report have ijgally made an excellent job of printing." These are the words of tho crack designers, illustrators and engravers, Brigdens, of Winnipeg, Limited, after a criticism of the Typographical appearance of the Annual Re- port of the Lethbridgo Board of Trade just issued. Tho booklet was produced in the Job Department of The Leth- bridge Herald. of a beautiful and envelopes, departure from very highly of the interest Mrs. Grif- fith took in the institute while hero and wished her Godspeed in her new Held. Mrs. Griffith responded, thank- ing the ladies for their kindness which was entirely unexpected. The school _ room was decorated with Easter 111- j ies, lunch being served by Mrs. Ris- Canada from the Atlantic to. the Pacific, (a trip to Alaska thrown Through the kindness the C. P. R. the Women's Institute are able to obtain over a hundred colored slides of Canadian scenery. A "Cana- dian Evening" is to be held, a trip across Canada being taken under the guidance of Professor Bundy and Mor inger, Mrs T.'B Skeith: and Mrs. I ;iBOB; W E there not being enough "Angel POPHJLI1TIE LOST AND FOUND____ mud chain for .Finder please notify B. A. Sharman Co. Phone 1173 aud receive reward. __________________________lion child's lined kid with fur back. Finder please return: to Mrs. A. C. Raworth, 1505 4th Ave. I Haley .Colony, in 1920, one Jersey cow, about ;i vn-jrs old, branded on left thigli Henry Walter. Haley, Alta, mare, hind legs, branded on right jaw reward 'for return1 ot same 2115 5th Ave. N., Lethbridge BRAND REGISTER Right shoulder or norses. Engleson, Taber, AJta. G2t information to recovery of light rey mare, branded on riglil' II. Kent, Xcw Barton, Right ribs of cattle. Left ribs of cattlS. Loft thigh of horses. E. J. SHAFFER, 'I Am the Happiest Woman in the World Since Tanlac Re-" stored Says Mother. Boi 12'i Raymond, Alta. left thigh. Horses. left ribs. Cattle. II Btoclc carrying these brands the property of Thomas Taber, my farm, one iron grey, and one dark bay gelding, weight about Ibs, each. Brands Indis- tinct. Owner may have same by pay- ing for this advertisement. Write P O. Box 22, City. REWARD" For Information ieailiug to rccovnrv of black mare, coming years branded on right thigli. H. p. Addy, Taber, ou seel Ion 1-9-17. _______________________ three weeks ago, a sterling silver extra large cisaretto case, Initials on one side M.- O. and on the other C. W. if. Valued an a keepsake. Finder please return to Herald Offlco and receive re- ward, my ranch southeast of Coaldale, 4th of March, 1 sorrel buld-faccd mare, weight 1400 ills. Branded on left hip. re- ward for Information leading to recov- ery. J. M. Harmnan. Coaldale. Phono I left thigh of horses and cattle Bert Holman, Taller, Alta. INCOME TAX FORMS MUST BE FILLED BY END OF APRIL, 1921 Forms will lie ready for dis- tribution in tho course or the next few days. Information an to mailing up the forms can ho hart at the of- fice, 211 Sherlock Bldg. "Taulae has done so much for my little daughter Kathleen that I just can't help but praise it to the said Mrs. Kinley Fraser, wife of a well-known contractor residing at Gertrude avenue, Winnipeg, Man. 'About two years said Mrs. Fraaer, "Kathleen began to -suffer frojn rheumatism, and on coming home from school in the afternoon she j would complain of paiua and cramps in her legs. She gradually got worse I and-, finally had to sivo up school alto- gether. Last winter her feet becamo so and swollen that she couldn't Tiear for them fo touch the floor or even put her shoos on and she con- tinually complained of pains in her Had Bad Cough For Tkee Years constant hacking, racking, per- sistent cough that sticks to you iu spite of everything you have done to get rid ot it, the kind that is dangerous. The longer tho cough sticks, the more serious menace it becomes to your health. There is no remedy that will relievo coughs that won't let like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It has a healing and soothing action on the air passages, amf at the same time acts as a disinfectant of the respiratory organs, destroying ,the barms that produce serious lung com- j plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minburn, Alia., "I had a very bad cough for three years. I weut to several doctors and tried different couch medicines, but nothing seemed tc help mo. One day-a friend told me about lir. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. after using several bottles I be- came completely relieved. I always PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCT INCOME TAX CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Block. 1111 barrels stialghtened. guns restock- ed, snn r-ork done by a gunsmith: keys made, locks repaired, phonographs, any Uglf machinery repaired; lawn uioweri sharpened. D. E. MacdonaW. Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, Cti Street, opposite Hsrald DECORATING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONE 79i Corner Ave. IMh at 8. WW.UNOTON BROS.-The Powrhangerj and Palntm: m. SJlJS' Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given, established painters In Res. phone 1472; offlei PIANO TUNING J Avenue South. 690. Ml this. The institute is looking forward to a record crowd. i uaiuu relieved. L always The Cowley Athletic association has I keep a bottle house, and also posters out for H hard times- dance! recommend it to others, on April Sth. If everyone turns out I Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup "in costume" this will provide a lot I has bcin universally used for over of amusement. Miss Wallace, teacher at Luudhreck, left for 'Edmonton today to attend the conference at that place. Mrs. It. n. Harrison is also in at- tendance there. Mr. Gordon Robinson is on a trip to Lethbridgo. Miss E. Mclvor, who has been visit ing in Calgary for some time is in iiiest cf .Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Mclvor. I Mr. Chandler has returned homo from a -trip to Grand Forks, B.C. Miss Gladys Bailies spent the East-' er holidays with her parents. Mr. and; Mrs. Arthur IJaines ol' Lctbhridgo. iO years, and so. great has been its success, it is only natural that a great many imitations have bean placed on the market. The genuine is put up iu a yellow wrapper: pine trees the trade mark: price 35c. and ISOc. a bottle; manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, String hats in open work design being featured for informal wear a noted London firm. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative arms and lags. "For six weeks she was in bed flat! on her back, and she ached so thai, she would scream in agony. Her appe- tito was poor and tho little slit; did oat nauseated her and gave her severe headaches. She got to where slm! was often unable lo fond herself and was helpless as a baby. "As tbe treatments and medicines j we were using wore doing no stood' I suggested to my that he jgct her a bottle of. Taui.iu. .She has taken five bottles now and lias been hiilll. up so in every way that one would hardly take her for the same child. "All thc swelling has t'oiie entirely, she is up running around playluc liko. Bhc used to before she ever got sick anil she says she never has a pain of any kind. Sho has such n nplendU appetite that she just relishes any- thing on the tabW, is never bothered with hcadachoa .now and baa gained fourteen pounds in weight. I'm tho 11 happiest mother In tbe world ilnce 11 Tanlac lias made my little daughter well O. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Aasn., London England. References to the leadins musicians of the city. Phonj 1168 027 10th Street South. FARMERS! a L. Copeland B. R, Km, Phone 1905. Phone THB PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperaanslni a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim _ 615 IJth 8t South. my TRACTOR to your inter- When In netd of Repairs it will be est to try US. We have an up-to-dati Machine f, en'P'oy only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in and workmanship. and filled with oversize pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 1216 1ct Ave. S. Phone JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 TMrty-flvo years' experience tn Eiterlor and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone no< 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. ________ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF Veterans iu Canada, Lethbridge Uni No. 34 Veterans desirous of Jolniiii the above association, can obtain in formation and application form from the secretary, L. Leigh, P 'C Box No. 6, Lethbridee. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS I. R. Pho j togrupher, developing, printing home-portraiture, etc. 12M Thin Avenue South. i PUBLICATIONS LATTICU' DAY at Cardston. News Agent. SAINTS publications I. M. Coombs, Dosere ELECTRIC SUPPLIES "j Klwtrlc I.lKlit atio! I'on-er Cnntnictor.il Phoo: 1232 1 jiccsni "California' Syrup or Plti i for the name California oj i the packfigc.-then you aro sura your ohiid is having the best and most Ii.innleKt-: for the little l-.vor jnd oowols Children love friifly last... on uncii j Imttls. Von must say I Advertisyrnuitt. i f 409 5tb St. S. j V: Lelhlirtdge i r'iirm Llshting a Spocialir x_ lor Work ml j Cardston Temple AUCTIONEER Farm s.-iles contacted in any riurt or the province. PETER La VALLEY .1. McSwain. Clerk. c-o Dmvsley Laml Agency. L'ithliridire. Phone 1S09. Smoke After lifty years of active service Admiral Sir Dove ton Sturdee retired For fill your with TAB RIOTS ON ISLA.'IO o? ST. THOMAS USHOX. 11.1 r. riotM have liroken mil on tin- island of St. Thorn- in 111-! (iuir nr Guinea. Tim police force, uiiitc.l aliito and civil oni- plnyons whose i-laillis for WOK- p.'i luive not bseil graiitcil. huve rakied provision stores and J3 persons wore killed iu street Ilgluinj! that followed.' Tim Portuguese govornmcut haa cald- ed the iinthiuJtiRa at Angola to send a warship to St. Thomas to restore order and prevent the nail res from joining thc rioters. VA UXHALL PLEASED Murtln .I. Griffin, C.M.O., for thirty-flvo years Parliauientary Li- brarlan, died at Ottawa iutldoaly. aged of OB- qnlry are lacing received from outside point'! in every until by thusn placed their ads in tlui VaiUhull pagei Isancd by tlie hcthbrldse HenM re- cently. I'fisuUs will be many and heneticial." i From a Vauihall dispatch to the Herald.) -t -i ;