Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD" PAGE THHESl iAnofter Proof ofWant Ad EffidencHlu! Washing Machine Was Nine O'clock te SAME NIGifT FOR WASHING.MACHINE, ALMOST NEW, AND CHEST FILLED WITH CARPENTER'S TOOLS. APPLY 635 STH STREET 'L SOUTH OR PHONE REPLIES! have been received for the follow- LOST tm FOUND (Continued.) ______ buckskin horse, branded shoulder. Two gra: branded left ipulder. 15.00 reward for Information leading to covery. B. A. Perkins, Wrenthani, Alta. i ray place, Sec. 4. Tp. 6, R. 3-11. W. 4tb, a red steer two years, branded on right rib Owner may have same by pay- ing expenses. T. H. Frank Is h, 18, Foremost, Alta. :-_, 'j.. my place, one mare Clyde, bald while hind about 5300 Ibs., age six years, branded oil left tbigb On the premises of Leo BOscu; Faith, Alta., Sec. 22-3-10, West HlB of the 4th Mef. 3CO' 515.00 RE'WAREr.will be paldloiTin- forruation leading .to recovery of oho 2-year-oid horse colt, branded right shoulder. R. F. Pol- inski, Maslnasio, Alta. 275 6 REWARD for recovery of ono light grey gelding, dark mane and tail, part of brand largo on either right or left thigh', had halter on, feet-need trim- ._____ ning, weight 1400; 1 short blocky, bay gelding- branded on left weight 1250. Last seen two miles nprth of Chin. G: _____ E. 6 iniles north of Coaiuaie. (From Our Own Correspondent) WltENTHAM, NOT. farm- ers are 'pleased over the wet snow which -.fell 6n-tho 25th, as it will eh- ible them to do fall work'on this land. Threshing is nearly- completed. A few more open days will see every- thing cleaned up in. that. line. The contract for- tie. building of j Wrc-ntliam's new consolidated school .has been let to Thomas McNeil, of and. It Is expected that work will begin soon. It' Is to be up-to-datex two -room -school, and will be a credit to the town and com- munity. C, The anew, storm of. Friday interfered somewhat with the Hallowe'en party at Owen's school, but a; few families were courageous enough to-brave the AD, For the siTiount expended you will find they are a good ment. TheyBpg Results 8 cents per line, (count ilx words to a Mlnimunv 25 cents, six insertions for of four. V' ed success In the Student Army.Traln- lug Courses during the world war. U. S. A. SECRETLY SHIPS MILLIONS IN SILVER OVER COUNTRY OMAHA, Neb., Oct. Canal- an undred million doi- ars worth ot silver bars have just een sent secretly from Washington, cross tho United States enroule to ndla, according to Raymond T. Baker, I rector ot the United States mint. The bars were each worth The peclal trains carrying the silver pigs ame Into Omaha on various lines and rent over the Union Pacific from Omaha to San Francisco, which will o the port ot sailing for the treasure. fha shipment was known to but three persons In Omaha. ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson Medical Massage. Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone !7IO. Hall Block, 7th St., Ground Floor. XMAS SAILINGS Krom New York To Dec. A. Victoria.. .Liverpool Dec. Plymouth-Cher-. bourg-Hamburg Dec. South amp I on Dec. v.. .Mon treal- Glasgow Dec. S'mpton From Portland, Me. To Dec. Glasgow' PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere, Con i ID sea Cf basis. We sat re- tails. Everything In accountancy. Prompt 4 Acadla Block Ptose OSTEOPATHIC TUNING elements ami a -jolly.j, eveblng Write P. O. Box 304, Lcthbridge. neit Friday h-brisk in Wrentliam. N. C. Tfegloan-l.ai found-it necessary to engage a -new clerk in tho person of Miss Beatrice-Jones. Mr. and Mrs.' Frank left re- cently by motor for Sana-Point, Idaho, where 'they -will mate their; winter homo. FOR AUTO ROBES: TAKEN FROM CAR ON 'THURSDAY" AFTERNOON AWHILE PARKED IN :FRONT OF 'GRILL. LIBERAL: RE- r WARD FOR" RETURN OR IN- FORMATION THAT WILL LEAD TO THE RECOVERY OF SAJ1S. NO .QUESTIONS ASKED. J. D. TtJHNEY, 1245 SECOND AVE. S. PHONES 155 AND H93. 378 LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN NOTICE EX-KAISER MOVING ABOUT MORE FREELY the government or -foreign Lieutenant Noblei vas wounded with, agencies.' The rest p.re placed In pri- an explosive liullet 'In his right arm vate they are not al-, and the bone shattered, but nevertbo- ways 'vrc.lconio.'guests on account of less he flew 70 kilometers back to his aerodrome: where' safely.'- '.Noble was in the Ammerican lied Cress hospital in 'Warsaw'several month's, recently going to Paris for fiirth er treatment .1 scarcity-of food and the necessaries of life., BRAVE DEEDS OF A POLISH O.FFICER WARSAW, Oct. Awardi of the virtutl nillitarl. an- nounced by tho Polish .War Depart- ment, to Lieutenant Edwin Noble, of Boston, of the. Koscluszko :squadrou, carried with .the of captain! and is' the first of this 'decoration CARD INDEX SYSTEM TO IDENTIFY PUPILS than 300 ttttleuts in., Princeton University, npstly-juniors who have enrolled In urse, will have their Oct. .8. (By The severe, restrictions-which the Dutch government.imposed on tho be giver, in the Polish air, service. The taken, to be used in_ a ellation Is. for the part Lieutenant rari Noble took in. the drive on Kiev in April when Noble was wounded to movements of the former.German Em- Isuch an extent that it may be months peror at.the time pt the Kapp revolu-' before he is able to take up flying tiou in Berlin, at'the request of the again appear to be gradually relaxing.. William about more freely perhans.than atany time since he came to' Ilpjland nearly, two-years ago. T.hese'movements.are, of course; con fined to the; .territorial I linlta .set by a', royal of Doorn b'jt Inside tice is hereby given that pursuant 'this territory the exile is now fulfilling he Act, 1920, ilhislrcam of hvmg the hte of a Dutch No -to Thi______ I have been dnly 'appointed as return- ing officer, for the' purpose of laking a vote for the election of a member of the Board of" Trustees of the bridge -Norlheni Irrigation District: And notice Is further given that for fourteen days after the date hereof, I will receive nominations for one place on the board of trustees of the said dlstrlciron tho. appended which, must he strictly adhered to. this 4th.day' November, country gentleman. Ho goes frequently, to Araerongen, 'to visit Count. Bentinck, his former host and to chat1.with ..the notary; Schroot, who Is not only ;the former Emperor's agent and at- torney, but also mqr.e or less.ot a per- sonal friend.; After snencing'a bolshevik battery with bombs, Lieutenant Noble at- tacked-im enemy, armoured train-.in the railroad'yards at caus- ing the'traln to leave in d gave Polish troops opportunity to1 take pa rd. in tbe De- rtihent ofJEdmomicE. To help Identify the students, each instructor will bring to the recitation rooms a small: hoi bearing cards, on which scat, number and photograph ot. a student. Professor.Frank A. Fetter, bead ot the 'Department of .Economics, said the teacher, has been handicapped by not Imowing each punil bj name wherever- he irjcets.liiiii and that the NEW: Canriania.Nov.20 Cafmanla.Dec. 25 K.A. 11 Carmania. Jan. 2S NEW Imperator.Nov.il Aq.uilania.Nov. 23 [incenter..Jan. 13. Aquilauia.Jan. 25 NEW BOURG Caronia..Nov. 25'.Caronla.... Jan. 4 NEW (Via Columbia..Jan. 15 Columbia.Feb. 10 NEW GREECE Pannonia Nov. 9 Cassandra................. Nov. 20 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Dec.30 Saturnia. Jan. 18 For full -informallot apply to any R It. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCKy 270 Main the town without Soy proposed scheme should enable an eral who. ijtructor to gef-'acriuainteu with all-in were interned in Berdyczew'escaped fislclass within'a fewldays. in thecoiifusion'causert by this attack. This plan was used here with mark- Dated 1920. 6, Retuniing Officer. Postal Address; Room 7, Oliver Bldg., Lelbbridge, Alberta. Form of NomTrtatioh' for Board of Trustees We, the undersigned voters, within the meaning of the Irrigation Districts Act, 1920, in the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation hereby nominate: -'William also calls on a." number of families of .the. Dutch nobility -who ive .around p.oorn Amerongen, irincipally those.w.hose heads-belong o the Knigh.ts. of. St. John, the order of which, as King.of Prussia, the Ger- man Em'peror. was .leader.. Dutch guards, .escort, him on these rips but he .gocs.wiieriever lie likes. 3oorn has lost-, .allcurolsity in tha and only tho occasional tourist'halts to stare at. William's automobile as II p'asjies.ln. the streets. Name Residence -Occupation As candidate for the election now to be held of a member of the hoard of .trustees of the proposed district. Witness our hands this........day of. .1920. Signature. Signature. Signature, Signature. Signature. Signature. Signature. SERBIA HAS IMMENSE NUMBEIT OF ORPHANS i NISH, Serbia, Sept, Hail.) and- preventive medicine are the greatest needs ol Serbia to- day. With the approach ol cold wea- ther, the country .will he called upon to combat' her old ononay, typhus. American and (oreiBii relief organiza- tions will aid the Serbian aulhori ties in this'-wdrk: Human conservation is one ot-Ser- hia's great .problems. ease have rtepletert the popu- lation. Before, the. war the birthrate of Serbia was higher1, than-her death rate. 'In spile .of. the Inroads of cni demies, her .population ,was Increas- ing at the rate a.year. Now It is decreasing. .Bereft of-her man- power, and Vfith her women and chil- dren "organically .wasted, the question of population .to. till tbo.soll anil build up the .country, is. a most ser ious one. Another pressing problem facing the country ,1s the immense number ot orphans. .In OlO.Kerbla there are full half orphans. Only tit. these are cared for In brphaaagcs supported by Signature. Signature. Candidate's Acceptance F, the said named In the foregoing nomination, hereby" state 1 will accept office If elected. Signed .In the presence of: i Candidate, res arc riccea- Ad K-, TO EUROPE N'OT. 10 26 Nov. 3T of Britain of Kranc4. MONTREAL tO Nor, 11 9'camllnavlan Nov. JJ -Grampian Mfnnedosa Nov. sicllfan Ila Molajfami Pretorlan ST. JOHN', N.n. Pec- Malita Dec. n Corslaan HIVFP- London Bmp, of HrfUln Mrerpool Dec. .Mlnftcdpaa. Liverpool Dec. Khipresj of France. .Liverpool 'Antwerp 'Anlwttp erpool T0; C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Empress Britain..'..Nov. Ifjth Minnedoaa .''..Nov. 20th 22nq MelaEama...........Nov. 24th Empress 'of 27th Meliti ..............Dec.- With. Empress of Britain .Dec. 15tli TO CLASGOW Nov. MS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets issued on all other Atlantic Lines. Renewing Your Tire Treads We nre specialists In retread- ing. ot 'tires, all makes. Wo renew the treads in thoir origi- nal .form or' other effective forms. This' is important to you, when' you consider how high tires are and that you can pro- long Ute life of your. old tires by our up-to-date retreading methods, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrldge, in i i LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. IRRIGATED HAY The demand conllmiea atrong and prices firm. -Whether you BUY OR SELL It pays to use Hie service o! FARM PRODUCTS, LTD, Alfalfa Growers and' Shippers Coaldaio aud LetlLbrSilgo offers for baling and hauling 300 tons of hay neat- city. L. P. S. Publications ATCARDSJON I. M. COOMBS Deitre! Agent Jart. Southampto I'ririflr BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An.Unlpted Supply Of Second-Hand tires and Tubes .PRICES RANGING FROM UP, ALL SIZES Why go to the expense of Inlying new tires and tubes when you.can buy them at half the price. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Lellilbvidge VufcaniYng Works THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lelhbrtdce Unit, No. J4 Vcterant desirous of joining the nhovs associating en. Ob- lain Information and application forms from secretary. L. LEIQH, P. O, Boi No. 6, Lflth- brldga. SU Ave. I. H. Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer. 10 yeari' factory eiperlence. Hon- Certificate M. T. Assn., Londoa. Enilarjd. References to tbe leading musicians of the clly, 621 )0lb Si: S. DR. 3. B. HORNltKl. OSTEOPATH10 PHYSICIAN. J16-18-20 Sberlock B14f> Bpura )W2. 2-4. aai by eppolntmmt Pft'VATE HOSPITALS DO YOU SQUINT? If you do a sign tliat you're having some eye trouble. To neglect your-eyes under sucb circumstances may -lead' Into a serious stato of af- j...The-best-advice wo could give you Is, EGO us. An-examination will .tell at once "whether or :not you need glasses to correct any" J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry; Store- T11K VAN HAARI.EM Private Hat pltat, 1224 Tib Aye, 8., Lethbridjp Phone Accommodation for eicil. medical maternity) tients. Private nd leml-prlij roomi: Rites 130.00, 133.00 tat I a week. Write TCI information Kit. M. a Via Haarlem, raj lecdent. HOSPITALS MATERNITY .AND NURSING, vale and semi-prirate modern. Terras moderate, j --Mrs.A. Woods; 38 4th Street' Medlclno Hat. Phone 3974. I SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments j Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S, Cor. 14th HJilC Farmers When (n need of TRACTOB .Repairs tt will be to your Inter- est to try US. We havo tin .up-to-dato Shop and employ only first clan .Machfnlill. Satisfaction in price fc'id woTktnarjsbip, Tractor Cylfcdors reKronnd; filter! with OTcr-sIzo spd rings. BROS. Phono 1732 F.H. WILK1NS SIGHT SPECIAMST S. 327 5th St. S. Opposite the Empress. Phons 195S. .-Rii. Pbons MISS AILEEN M. Playing Pupila..< ed for the eiamlnationa ot tbe Acahemy and Royal Cc Music, England 101 cent, last year successful MRS. W. H. Pinno.ahd-Tbeory. Puplln for the: Toronto' Con s orvatorjufc Sluslo'eia'mi! if desired An spring recitaLN Studio, 1238 6th 1 A; sodtt._______________y CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE Specialist -in Fret' We ara the oldi c'.-ianen in the eity We nio f. genniiia'Frenrh whiohrf _ spot and eliminates'pf injury to garments, giving hl( class results. Special attention. I ebnntry work. S24 6th Street SpnU Phone 1812 Collect and LOO PBESSnTO Repairing and well at reasonabla-prices.' and deliver goods. 3ZO 7th 8L, South. PhocB 1528. EJJP'RIC' APPLIES PSTIB Bpeoialtj Contncton for Eicetrleal 'Work n Cardotoa Temple.' 'i WEI.iJNQTON. ton. vA Ontnl ni Sinn Witting siren The olflett In Lethttrlilge RBB pffln pbona 1763 Sherlock Bids., Loth OXY-ACBTYLENB WBLD1NO 5u ;W N. KDTH. ATS. and lots Street, CHir.OPRACTOBS HTRUM SMITH and JUNE B. SMITH methods are Natnre's: Free cpninltation and analysis Hours: V 10-12: an d 2r4t and .by (ap-- pointmeat Room 205. Sherlock 'Block. Phones 16T7 and 1141. -EB VIAVI i IT INFORMATION AND :LITBRATURB_ free, "regarding Vlavi Remedies, whereby sufferers hecome out operations Mrs K P. Hnnck, residence 627 8th St S Phone 188S '48 A one pert an Ring. 8ih Avenue Sonth. E L B. ft. KENT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter tor decorating and papefhanglng a sps- cialty. SallRfied customers our aim. Phone 1S03, B16 Sonth. ;OSB1'H DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established Thirty-five years' experience tn Exter- ior and Interior Dccoratlnt 887 llth ht. South. Estlmites free.' Res, Phona 1101 OUN8MITH8__________f OUNSHfTHS etralshtened, guns' restock- gun work done bj a gnnsmitb.. made, tTpewritdn, phohographB, arjy.-Jicht machinery repaired, lawn etinrpaneij.1 D. E. KacdonaH, IndUn Agent Phooe 10SJ. Herald offlca WATER LOCATOR WATER water for you. -I can i locate failed. Charges reasonable.. T. L. Davlee. 12186th Ave A, South. Phone 1247, Lethbrldge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not havo your Automo- bile Radiator, Re-cored before Hi o frost with the best Honey-comb Coie obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about or ask someone who has ono. They.STAND UP. ANDY The' Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. Carney-Oxford furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITU1NG ELLIOTT Sheet, Metal 338 6th St4 Phi'ne 17 is R1NGM4KER WATCH REPAIR WOHK A SPECIALTY .331-SVST. LEtHBRIDGE OLD GOLD a SILVER BOUGHT OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Lethbridge Used Car Emporium 4th Ave. and 7th St. South. Neat and strong, and reason- able charges. T.W.BOWTELLT7 PHONE 560 Doris I. R. Gocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAJPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, 1214'THIRD AVE. so.