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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREPl Aiiotker Proof of Want Ad Ef ficiene y-The Wa FOR WASHING MACHINE, ALMOST .CHEST FILLED WITH CARPENTER'S TOOLS. APPLY 635 STH STREET, SOUTH OR PHONE REPLIES! Replies have been received for, the follow- ing Box 10, 37, 41, 77, 85, 89, 92, 129, 132, 134, 144, 145, ISO. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND I-OUND (When' Rcptylnx Mention Tuesday, Men's Walthim gold iTtd race. "Kisser pi return to Ewerts jewelry Store. and, receive reward. Eth LOST-i-Ladles. gold ixivollur Tilth main streets-of Lethbridge. Liberal reward. Mrs. A M: Gront, Barons. lire 2 1-2 miles south o Stirling. Owner may have, same by paying for "this ad. -Henry A. Perrett Maple Leaf Farm, Stirling, Alia. 274-6 .Blue during cloth purse, containini small'sum of money. One can obtali same on applying at city ofilce ani paying.for this ad. 38 light-, roan ..mare -with Mack colt, mare, branded left rewarjLfor 'return'-to John Yanosick, 1228 10th Ave. N. f Cardstonotizeir South .Town Now Has .sym- phony Orchestra of Twenty- Five Pieces my place, Sec. 4, Tp 6, R. 9-11, W. 4lh, a red steer tw.o years, rightrlb u'wner may have samo by pay-, 11. Prankish, SH Box IS, Foremost, 'mare-Clyde, bald legs, weight abou years, branded o: On the presises ot Leo Bosch, Alia., Sec.? 22-3-10, West _____ ot the 4th Mer. 360 (From Our Own Correspondent.) CAHDSTON, NoV; Preston Hyde was in Lethbridge for the week end on business. The .snow storm arrived last Thursday, in., of ture, much appreciated -as' ths ground'is Tory dry.; The threshing operations were, suspended. However only a'few jobs remain. Mr. 3os. Y. Card .-who has been con. fined to .his room for'several'weeks from the an injury on the mending slowly. .Judge E. Barker, returned from, the Pass where, he has "been on of- ricial duty ro the .recent raid Instituted by..the, Reform Mr. H..R. .Sloan of Portland, an old resident of Cardstpn In early dayi TRY A HERALD WM AD For the amount will find they are a good Invest- ment. TI i I l 8 cents per 'ifne1'- felx. words to a 25 cents, Six Insertions of v four.' v, Steamship Are you' thinking ot going to your Old Country tor Christ-, mast AocommcKUUon for fjeal, .ud maternity pv titnti. PrlTata -Ed rooms.' lUtes 130.00, ISS.OO ani week. Write tci Mis. M. 8. Van. Haarlem, tmacnt HOSPITALS DO YOU SQtHNTJ MATERNITY AND. NURSING, .Tate and semi-private rooms, modern.. Terms moderate. 'Apply? Mra A. IS tth Direst N Medicine Hat Phone 271-26' SPIRELLA CORSETIERE' For t 15 Phone.1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 IBth Ave. 14th 8t If you do It's a sign that you're ha-ing some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes' Bunder such circum stances may lead' into a serious state ot fairs. -r, MISS AILEEN M. PlanoforMf The hest advice we conld give you Playing and Theory. Pupils, is, sco us. An- eia'mlnalipn '.will tell ed for the eliminations of the Royal at once 'whether or: not you need Academy and- Royal College 6C glasses to cbrrect anyVoye fault. Mnslc, London, England.. 100; pet; J. M. HENDERSON: cent last year successful. Care -'at Wright's. Jewelry Store. NEW YORK- K.A.Vic...Nov. 0 Carmania.Dec. 25 -LIVERPOOL Carmania. Nov. 20 ,..Jan. 11 was operated on for appendicitis (Roberts, Mrs. Mr. Rosser, s soon as they arriyed thoro.and at i ducts by Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Blax- was "doing, 'well as all, Mrs. Robcrtsaani; Mrs. Blaxall, v-itL-.. -''hiU expected." Air's, laying in -'be near her son. readings hyMlss-'J and-He v. Birret' a ipleasfiig f tt.GHHord'WhiU ityi s inging the evening. The .name ot Rev, Barrett omitted from our last report speaker'in the mass meeting held on Sunday "evening. B.arrelt; gave a IIU Jtcul ilvt avll. I. J Tuesday evening the Bee-Hive girls as Vet at the-home of Mrs. T. Ogden and the grownjups. ;.lTwo n.'iills tarl'ed making their basketball suits [were raffled, one made -by. the. Ladles reparatory to playingball this winter. [Aid and one hy the 1 Girlsk Club. Ilrs. Wednesday and Thursday being nice I Ross Barker and .Mri .Ben warm days, the threshers were busy-! the lucky rying to'clean the rest of the fields The success of the was the f grain, hut the weather conditions result of the willing efforts of the la- gain put a stop to their operations, as, dies; aud :4 aubstantlal sum of money t started to rain Thursday night and i was, realized. ontlnued to rain and snow all day Friday. :Wednesday evening P. F. hristeusen was hostess at a delight-.. ul-supper.'at her home in honor goodjalk andjti.wasjcnipy.ed by er husband's ,57th birthday. Among-, all present. rV. hose present were Bishop ajid Mrs. I On Wednesday the 'Magrath ward and Jlrs. Wlliam choir met to do honor to their.leader, Ir.'and Mrs.'Mark lioyson, Mr. and' Mr. J. O. Bridge and his bride. A< large ilrs. John dlerl'Mr. and'Mrs. Feeder-j crowd was present and the .evening ck-'Spack'man am1. Mr. and Mrs.'jwas spent in ploying game's, lerbcrt Garrett. etc. A delicious cafeteria The same evening tho Misses .Jennie; luncheon was served and' this was an Fawns and Alia Hcrscho gave'a mis-. Important part of the program, after ionary shower at the homo of Bishop .which dancing, was indulged in.. A 'awns In honor of Wilford Larson, great part of the praise for the.success i-ho is leaving soon to BO on a the evening should go to the ladles o the Northerji Slates. Games and who served the luncheon, Mrs. Mary were the order oE the Fletcher, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Watson, evening. Wilford received many Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Tur- ul presents. iner.and Miss Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Mr. Edward Erickson Bridge were presented with a wedding and up from the a set ot salad.forks to their home here in town, In spoons. The presentation was made order that their children may attend ,br Mr. P- U- Clarnc, Mr, and, Mrs. school. Bridge responding, Mrs. Charles 'Kawns was visiting ier.parents, Mr. and Mrs, Moroni Seely, this week. Oscar Pierson, who has-been her mother Mrs. Nels Nelson, n -Lcthbrlclge, is hack in Stirling again. Saturday evening the school will put on a Hallowe'en entertainment lir the mil. A-very good program, consist- Ing of songs and' readings and loguos will be carried 'out. -Friday evening tlio Ward gave Wli- ford NEW SOUTHAMPTON lmpenitor.Nov.il Aquitania.Nov. 23 lmperator..Jan. 13 -Aquilania.Jan. 25 NEW BOUHG Cafonia. .Nov. 25 Caronla___Jan. 4 NEW (Via Columbia. ..Nov. G Columbia. .Jan, 15 NEW GREECE Pannonla K'ov. 9 Cassandra Nov. 20 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Dec.30 Jan. IS .For full information apflly to any R il. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main Winnipeg, 1RRIGATEDHAY The demand continues strong and prices firm. Whether you BUY OR SELL It pays to USD the service of FARM PRODUCTS, k LTD. Alfalfa Growers and Shippers'.. Coaldale and Lcthhrldgo We require 'offers for haling and hauling 300 tons of hay near city. BRITISH Er4GINEER BRINGS INVENTION TO U. S. A.. A farewell party and lance In the There was a good :urhout and everybody seemed to'have 'pleasant time. Vvilford expects, to leave-the first of Ihe month. -Mr. Willis Fawns la home from Lethbridgo spending the week-end with his parents, Mr.-and Mrs. A: E. fawns. The weather is still cold and stormy. YORK, Oct. Cana- dian J.J Elverson, British engineer, -.who .was with tho Royal'Air Force d.iring tho great war, has arrived from England with' attorney, John 0, St. L. Stall- wood, with an Invention that hc.hopes to dispose of In tho called the by which high speed machinery may ho seen hy tho eye running at slow speed. Mr. Elverson said the instrument could detect mechanical defects In L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON LM, COOMBS Detent hewi Agont high speed machinery so might bo remedied In time. Tho oscilloscope has been used for the examination of, aeroplane engines and has been adopted by ttie British In their works at Famborough. Have You Made Your Will? Every person owning property of any kind should make a will. If YOU have neglected this very important matter, relieve yourself from worry and anxiety by. rectifying this oversight, and. ap- point us your Executor; BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COT LEThiBRIDQE QEO. w. PA'RSONS, MOB. PHONE 1843. ALBER.TA Association of Army and Na'vy Veterans in Canada Unit, No. 34 desirous of Joining the association, cai. ob- tain Information and application forms from the secretary, l_ LEIGH, P. 0. BOX No. Ixith- bridge. Farmers When In need of any TKACTOfl It will be to your Inter eit to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first claii .Machinists. Satisfaction In pries kid workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrrmnd, aud filled with over-size rlogj, N1VEN BROS. 216 Ave. S. Phono 1732 F, H. WILKINS SIQIIT SPECIALIST 27 5th SI. S. OpposUe.the Empress. Phons.isss. Ret. Phona. 1937. MRS. W. H.- ol Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared {or the Toronto- Conserratory of Hnilc eiama H desired.. spring recltaL Studio, 1238 5th A. South. CLEANERS AND PRE8SER8 TH F3 in Frneii dry cleaning. We are the oldeat clBanera..In ..the clty.t-.We use genuine French eyatem, which cor fcTery apot and ellmlnatea pos- ilhle Injury to hUJH" elaii resnlti. Special attehtloa-ta' country work. J24 Street Phpaelili. Collect dnddellTCT. LOO PRB3SINO. Repairing: and alterations al teasonahle .prices... We sell tot and Aellrer goods. S20 7th St, Sonth, Phona 1SS8. ELECIKIC SJPiPLlS, Bectrto; Light tot Power 1351 8t 8. stibrtflge. Famt Mghttag'a Speclaltr Contraeton for Electrical Work OB CardBton Tample. DECORATING .Oyt-ACETYLENH WBLDINQ; W. N. KDTH, anil loth Street .CHIROPRACTORS HTRUM SMITH and JUNE B SMITH methods are jNatdiya '.owtu Free consultation and. .analysii. Hours- 10-12 and S-t, by ap- pointment Hoom 205. Sherlock Block. Phones 1677xand 1441 VIAVI WBI.IJNBTON Decora- ton. Paperoangen and Palntgn KalMOralrK. Osneral aid Sign Wrttlnn ErtlmatM The oldest established palnteri fa Lethhrtflge. Rei office rhime 1751 Leta- bridge, Alhfrta. A. Decflratlng acd Faperhanglng. 611 Sih ATOane Sooth, E. L. COPELAHD. E. R. KENT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter tor decorating and paperhanglng a spe- cially. 'Satisfied customers our aim. Phone 1903. BIS 12th Ht Sonth. INFORMATION AND free, regarding Viavi ;Vhereby sufferers become put operations. Mrs K F Tlunck, residence 527 8th St S Phono, 1883 GUNSMITHS OUNSHITHS LOCKSMITHS-rOUTf., itratghtencil, 'gnna restock- ed, guaBinlttL keya. made, locks repaired, tjsewrUers, pbonograohs, any Ijftit machinery repaired, -lawa moiren iharpened: D, B. Maedonald, ladlaa Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. Ctli Street opposite Herald office. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. Thirty-tlTe years' .eiperlence In Elte- ior and Ictericr Decorating. 967 llth bt. South. Estimates'free.- Phone WATER LOCATOR WATER I can .locate water for you. 1 never have failed. WINTER RAplATQRS Why not havo your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost with the best, 'Honey-comb Cora obtainable. Drop in aild let iia tell you about It, or ask someono who has one. Tliey STAND UP. Charges reasonable.- T. Ij. 3218 6th Ave. A, South. Phone Lethbridge REPAIR WORK SPECIALTY 33I-SV5T LETHBftlDGF OLD COLD S, SILVER BOUGHT ANDY The Radiator Man -Ith Ave. S. Behind Silver Drill. Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGfflNG GENERAL TINSMITllING FREEL ft ELLIOTT Sheet Metal WorVurt 338 6ti. 6t Phone 17U OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Lethbridge Used CM Eraporiuin 4th and 7th St. South. Neat and atroflg, and reason-1 able charges. T, W. BOWTELL PHONE 660 Doris I. R, Gpcq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING, -ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;