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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1920 fflE LETHBRTflOE DATT'Y HERAL5 LQST AND tOUND n MecMon The Herald) gold- filleil watch, open faca. pleaso mlurii to Bwerls Jewelry Store. Slli St S. and receive reward. 258 about 1 year uli. Camo to my place Sunday, Oct. l'4lh.-' Owner please call at 12S iBtli St.-north. gold Lovoltur with diamond main t streets-6( Lcllrhridgc. -Liberal reward. Mrs. A. M. Grout. Uarons. line' car during August, small cloth purse, containing small, sum of money. One'can -Alain Baltic' on applying at ctly office and lor this nd. '3S8 mare with Mack colt, mare, branded left thigh. reward lor velum to John Yanoslck, 1223 IDlh.Ave. N.-. Taber Retail Merchants Gave Farewell or Taber District John farm, one Airejlalo pup.. .CollaV attached. Aniwers lo the name of Suite.- tte- ward' for Information. Phone' 542. (From Our Own TADElt, It. Hudson, Ken- cral m'crchahl at Purple sold out. his business to Messrs Wright and Yost, the former of .whom lfas heeli with the store for some lime The former proprietor, who has been liV the -general merchandise-husiuess at the Springs nlmosL since the liicep tloii 'of .the vlllase, has retired to his farm.near the may spend the winter in California. Tbo new firm TRYAIjERAU) WANT AD i For the amount expended you will find they are- a good trwesl- TL D Ifeey Bring Results 8 cents per line (count sU words to a Minimum, 25 cents. Six Insertions for price of four. Hall Insurance totalling was written lor farmers south of Cal- ;ary and in {he Leibbrldge district Edgclt Agencies .Limited, Alberta rejircsenlatlrcs ot, tha Canadian Sec- urities Insurance C-ompany during the pa.st summer. The total' amount -.'of hall Insurance written by this agency was and the total .Tlio-cblel losses were In the dis- trict j'.'of.'Uarous, Warner, Maclead'and Ne'w'Dayton. The above losses does net' Include fees and 'costs (or Inspection and taxes, which total y.SOp. Rebate premium costs reach.' ed This Insurance was :.wrlt- leVoD tho cote plan. .'The Edgclt Agencies Limited, hold the only general bail agency In south cm Albcrla. There is another sucU agency In Calgary and ono.JD.Edmon- ton.1 .Mr. Edgett staled morning that.thls amount ot Uisuranco sur- passes anything written in a year "by the" Farmers Fire and Hall Insurance Company, when they were located in Leihbrldg.o ____ _______ _______ Detainer of-'pup be prosecuted, also purchased 'the building, the -268 G I upper story of which was fornierly Tp. used as a dance lull, and has a first my 0-11, W. tlb, tw6.year5, branded on right rib Owner inay have same'-by pay- Ing expenses. T. H. Frankiah, Hoi place, one" Ifegsi weight about 1300 Ibs.'; aee "six "branded on left, thigh' On the presides- of Leo Dusch, Faith, Alta., See. 22-3-10, ol'thp-'4.Lh Mef. j bay mare, 2 J-2 years ol both hlnd'lcgs aiidbne front leg while to kmjos, while" o black on loft Jaw." Branded J30.0Q reward for" return-In Sec. 1-138 .or write Albert Bindo, Maybutl, Alia. ported for duty, and was on the street work yesterday, dragging Russell Ave. The. Greek Candy Co. have placed.E new sign over their place ot business. Tho new eating place Is known as Ihe A. Sellings Ss opening a new gar- age in the old Irrigation warehouse, and carpenters have been at work for scimcreu snower. cany i some ,j..j.s maklng ihe necossavv pro- ivonfng developed Into a rain and sleet red steer class -floor for Iho purpose, and intend :.o revlvo Its former Scnttc'red early yesterday! storm, wliicli apoars lo have "become general, and which lias continued off partitions. Although the TOle on the referen- dum here was.expected to be light, It did nol work out that way.. Of 437 possible voles, 361 were cast at the town poll. Eighteen spoiled ballots ukTneeTKgVsiercZ which' Vigil! anil of the others 130 went _. rtr-f 1rV TT-nl I r. I ll ci-Clyde; bind and on all day, drizzle sliowing no this evcmng of a full stop, though rain Is Sulling at Inlertals. By eight o'clock tiiia morning 3 fall of .35 ibis evening ha'dVchanged lo .51 of an Inch; Even'Ihe sod Is well soaked, and If hard frost does not take place, plow- -Ing be-the order ai the day. This Is the storm we have been wait- Ins It'is a little lite. Hright eyed 'Ariadne and gay Lotha- rio mingled on Thursday evening in one of the most successful dances .over "3 The polls In Iho norih "of branded rlghl hip.. person seeing samp, please noiify Malcolm'. JUac- 31 illan.M. miles N: B. of. Chin' P. o.- or -at Chin post'qfflce.-i.: T left also one 'brown riiare, same jheld In the Taber Social.Hall. The in; Chin.! vii-iHon danco of the lady school teach- f ors of.Ta'ber, popularly -reforred to as b: marrns'. was llie subject- of iri'j'ch' the event, and those possessing tbe covet- ed cards 'responded to Hie call willi all the- ardor of-a talesman-on a Jjjhiml jury. A'sllrrlng and varied program of provided b'y'j.he local or- aboijl each, trimmed tails chestra; Mrs. J. Douglas acting as ac- fprelbps.' Branded -.colt 'wjthicompanlst, a statement which speaks brown mare. J5.007 reward itself, iJml when "music arose mallon leading to recovery. its' voluptuous it .was found for return-lo-Ed. McKenzIe, 6 miles thai a large number of both sesca were cast of Lelhbridge: .Phono or present. The hall was gaily fes'-----J .write P. O. box .646, [or tho occasion and a number for rc'covery'of oncjlraotiva touches added, showing Ural IVrite P. b.'Jfnr 304, Lelhbvlilge. FUK AUTO UOliE. TAKEN FROM CAR ON- THUHSDAY APTBRNOON WHILE PAKKED IN' FRONT OF SILVEH GRILL. LIUGnAL HE- WARD f FOR RETURN. OH IN- FORMATION THAT -TO OF SAME. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. J. II. TUI1NEY; 1245 SECOND AVB. S PHONES 155 AND 1103, 378 of the R. C. M. P., is paying a short visll'lo his parents. The Retail 'Merchants' Association held a farewell smoker this evening In honor of one of Lhcir number who is taking his departure, shortly, In the person of TL D. Shields. The gather- ing was exclusive, and confined lo members.of. the -association, besides being of an "informal character H is a far cry from ihe "early shop of Mr Shiei'lB lo the present establish- ment wild (13 heavily slocked shelves and where the busi- ness is to be.conducted In future under the name ot.Sllleirs.Ltd, having.been purchased by R. D.. Morrow and Cecl! Mahou, the later being a silent part- ner.in the some of thosa lion as night operator at tho depot >5r. and Mrs. Pierion will lake up their, residence in one of the Taylor avenue houses. A. Blenner-Hasset has had bis residence repainted. The white sur green trimmings lias addei to (ho appearance of tho neighborhood JerryyMcCarroll, of Purplo Springs Is-assistlng in Ihe Fanners' .Meat Mar ket In; the absence ot his brother James. The.sleet storm has necessitated, tho reopening of guttero and culverts on the to 0116? the flood water lo pass off. J. H. Prowse Is having Impovements added to his uew residence. A new furnace Is being Installed in the Methodist parsonage. The police are investigating thi Tho police are toe tbeft of a stock saddle from a local liverr. present were either, youths or did nol know (he the town nbcn H. D. ils humbloi_ avenues. The memhers of Ihe assoc-11 iatlon therefore felt that Iho occasion should .be .rnajkea ,ln .Bom.c way, and each one present to con-] Iributo a few remarks In reference to n old. townsman, Ihe usual i'. The afternoon presented an animated ap- pearance, and there was much spec- ulation after Ihe, result ot the poll was known. The wet evening, how- ever kept most people al home, and incidentally, made ft dificult to get news, from the outlying polls. The rural poll did better for the drys than the town; considering the possible a... tllre ot TeraM1 bulletins. were dully posted in the Rex theatre Tor the question- now "on many Hpa iB..what the result, portends. The sudden rise in the. express ship- mentB.of had'gone down to "almost 'zero seems to portend a fear of a'hard winter, mid, plainly eclipse it possible, success- indicates slocking up against evening: Tilt A.number on both sides are express-! fllce sborlly; atfer, the firemen s ins themsclveg-slrongly- in faS-or-of'J" government Vendorship. "The Eureka Council visited Tabtr this week, and'diiriug their visit pur-, id! AUTO TRUCK Llgbt end Heavy Draylng 1 THE CITY TRANSFER i i J. KEUR Phones: Office 1143; Res. 68} g g 203-26 gathering concluded-about 11 o'clock- Stirred of nnwontcd by the "Iticeifss of the dance given by the leaching fra- ternity, the bsclie.lor.8 'the com- munity are planning a dance to New arrangements, in: reference to pushiirg next sea'spn's business-; are being made by 'the Massey-Hflrrls lighl grey gelding, dark mane and jtlie hostesses were determined to let tall, pnrt" of brand larg't interfere with the enjoyment on cither right or left thigh, of "th'c event. Progrnins were pro had hnller on, feet need, vldod for the occasion, and two of the .iilng, weight HOO; 1 short blocky numbers were n novelty, in one ot iiay, gilding- branded on left {BBS] which streamers were suddenly nn- thlgh, freight 1250.. Last, seen llSil folded above the dancers, floating two -miles north, of Chin. G. gaily over the throng. In tue moonlight K. Helscth, mflcs north of CoauiniL-, waltz the dancers v.ere provided with inagiiesliini the fesiilt giv- ing n weird effect when the lights turned off for a few moments. The fcslivitiea were prolonged.' to a late hour, nml at tlio close threo rous cheers and a tiger were given iur the fiostesses, and.a vote of thanks which was heartily accorded by the gueslc. The sweet nothings In the way of praise murmured by tht males pres- ent were fragrant witH amorous in- tentions, hut though the references to fruit ot Ihe Okanagan lype wero iliieiit, we must desist, lest the readers of these columns Inrh green wilh Jealousy. The effect may he summed remark, "That's the amnrl- well, it was the dance 1. over attended." repairers have been Inspecting I'.H.'oolilng stock licre, nnil doing some on e'raln and coal c.ars A masked ball was hold at Ihe S'ucr- burne school hoilse, gcutheaat of Fnr- [ile Springs on Wednesday, which was attended by a large" crowd of pleasure seekers, aiid Is reporlPil lo havo lieeii chased the. largo safa formerly used (agency, and olRcials of-the company by the Hammer-Sandal Land Co., nnd i were in town today In this connection, ofjlate by Mr. Hammer. The[ A new clerk hai teen added to tho snfe, weighing a. ton, was shipped tot staff of the Ulenner-Hassel; store ia the order o[ the council at Grassy Uiko on Thursday. Ilecvc J. J. Jfc- Lellaii anil Ilobt. McLaclilin, ot Grassy Lake, the secretary, accom- panied the council o'a their trip to Taber. _ J. Green has Joined the staff of the Tiiber Times. the person of Mr. Shori Ex- from Ihe R. .C. II. P. here "some months ago, Has entered Ibe employ of the Taber Furniture company.) Ilolman has .taker! a position with Wesllake's Jewelry store. W. G. Plerson has resumed his posl- uinrm i BRAND REGI51ER Left.lhlEli of horses, left hip of cattle. "T. l.athrop, 7 Rylahds Block. I9S-1 jcft Oileli. William llnrtley, Stirling, Alia. 189-27 Lsft rib of cattle. of horses. Th'oniaj Judson, Taber, Alto. 217-60 left thigh, horses. uranded left thlgb, E, Ilolman, Tabar. '250-J.i ALKALINE SOLUf ION IS KILLING OFF THE DUCK3 LAKEV1BW, solu- linn lii Iho w.iler.s of Dobson lake In this, vicinity, la killing ducks by tho thousands. Tho strong porccnlago of alkali In the water Is tine the fad ihat tho lake lias been receding rapidly lor the past two'yeara. Shortly after drinking the wnlcr the- ducks, (income too weak (o rise from the surface of tho iftke. Tho situation has been reported to Ihe Unll6il .States bloloclcal survey, repi 61 one of the most successful ever .held there. The case against J. A, Carncll Rctlaw, came up before thfi coiirl held al that pulut, bill tho charge was with- drawn. Bon'l forgot Ihe Firemen's dance on November 3rd, next. Tlio press aseut for nn-lmporlanl or chss'.ra was in" (own two'days ago, In- quiring about a dnnco hall, ami as a rc-F.ull la billing this point for Iho ap- pearance of his company. Dales have not boon set as.yet, but announcement may be expected In short order. Although fall plowing has been In the discard, a couple of threshing rigs are sllll hammering eway a' little, and n few grain teams arc lo bo seen en route to Iho local elevators. Tho cle- viitor men Just now present n some- what haggard aa a result Walter Mmle, who tins rented his farm southeast of iTaher, loft last night for U. S. pblnls, accompanied by 0. Hefty. The C. I'. It. pipe gang working nl Dow Island Is cxpcelfid here In about ten days, when exlenslvo raenls will be mailc al the nl Improve iii.iiousc already Ihe river. Supplies nwalllnK' their arrlvnl. J, W. Hill ft Kon are erecting large electric lamps' tvllh heavy st.indanls ovr-r Iho front of Iheir liardwaro stofo .Tho (own- engine, which has (icon sllehtlv crinnled of laic, has rualn ro Winnipeg Woman Is In Fine Health.Since Taking Tanlac and She Has Gained Fifteen Pounds. "When I began taking Tanlac I was almost completely prostrated and had nboul given up. Ijojic of ever being. well, but now, thnnlia lo Tanlp.c, I am In0plcnt1ld hcnllh nnd fillecii pound.') heavier than before taking (Ie- cl.ircd Mrs. May Cnnn, cf 23! Marliel street, WlnnlpeR, Man. "About three ycnrs ago I was down with diphtheria, which loft mo so ireak 1 could hardly got nboiit. Then about eighteen months ago 1 was In bed sevcr.il weeks with' Influenza. Thai epell left me Sly appetite wns very what littlo.I did eat fornied gas which pressed around my heart, causing pal- pltatious and almost culling off my brenlh. "Then last full the rheumatism lii and cripiilcil inS up so I could hardly lift anything and my .fingers were so stilT coulrl scRrcoly bend them. I hail awful headaches, loo, and my suffering had become almost unbearable. "At first Tanlaic didn't seem to help mo much, but as 1 continued tak- ing ft I to see an Improvement, Old Engines Made New By having ns REBORE THE CYLINDERS, FIT NEW PISTON RINGS AND WRIST PINS We have- an lip to dale ma- chine, insuring nccurato work'at a reasonable price. The "Union'! Repair Shop 945 9th South PROFESSIONAfc BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage. Hair-Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 710. 7th St., Gronnd Floor. Farris 'Service Agency SVlVntlflo CollecUoni ETerywaera. Contingency bas'j. cults. ErerylLlng In Acc 4 .Audit Block. Phone 1616. PIANO TUNING G. II. Plirer-Plano Organ Repairer. iO Teara' factory eiperlenee. Certificate M. T. Aisn., Londoa. England. References to tbe leading Bujlelabs.of the cltj, 11H (27 lOtb. Si. a DO YOU If you do It's a.sign that you'ro sins somo eyo trouble. To ncgleol your eyes under such circumslancea tnay lead'Into'a', serious stale ot at (airs. Tim best sdrice could gire you 1s; see us. An elimination will tel flt once whether or not you necny lliht michtnery repaired, p. E. Kacdonall, Indlta Motorcrclo AgejL Pbdne 1032." 6lh Herald offlca. VVATER LOCATOR WATER can locatf watsr for you. 1 never Cha'rgss reasonable. T. Iv.'IKivlos. 5th Ave. A, South. Phoae'1247; Lethbrldge. The Radiator Man 112 4th Avc. S. Behind Silver" Grill. Gurney-Oxford Fornaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1NSMITHING FREEl ELLIOTT 335 6'J at South Ptv.ru dXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Lethbridgc Used Car- Emporium 4lh Ave. and 7th St. South. Neat and strong, and reason able charges. T. W.BOWTELL PHONE 860 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL, PHOTOGRAPttEIt; D EV E LOP'I N G, P rfl ETC. ;