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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FlllDAY. NOVEMBER LETHBRIDGE DATLT HSHATJJ PAGE THREK Additional Want Ads. W A KN b ree iurnlfhoJ rooms. Buitablo for light houeet-ieplDg; must have cotiTonlon- cef. Apply HOT ill Herald. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS fUT-i Mention M'ANVE'D-lMano cased organ.'Muil be in firsl-clajs condition aad for cath. Write lull description ar.d price to jloi S3 Herald. John Lucas of Cayley is Sue- Exhibitor in Big Fair WON HIGH AWARDS KOH WHITE OATS A glance at (he prize of the In- IcrnaUonal Soil Products Ezpoi.llon at Ojia year reveals the fact Itial one Alberta farmer, at Uaat, could lalto children ID her home to carried off bis full chare o[ Ihe rare for, from two years of ago a.nd awards, and, taking Into consideration upwards, or Invalid lady. Apply Doi 29 Herald. Highest cash priest for cent's and ladles' clotbes, ulao furs. Those 173fl. Apply 7U) 3rd Ave. WANTED-CrocSoFuE and inltilns to do At home. Kirji claea work at rea- B on able prices. Call nt 1520 Clh day. Apply :u-l IMh or Phono Buyer for complete (ur1- lUfblDga of >ix roomod bungalov, aouth side, party leavlns country; mlent bungalow, gas. olllcc. rental of very modern Apply lloz 58 Herald WETAT Highest cash prices fur men's Bulls, odd coats, pants, furs and shoes. Tlibne 1-149. call at you-- resl- UNIVERSAL SECOND HAND STORE 111 GTH STHEET SOUTH. DRESSMAKING an experienced dresscozker of live years ei- perlence. Am opening buslneaa la Iho 4 Alberta Loan Block, Room 5. MR9. QUY F. HARRIS 274-S LOST AND FOUND mrrlal watch. Apply No. 2 Tiro Hull, North rxjthbrldge. _______________ foi mulf, and 12lli SL and CLh Ave; and 15th Si. Return io 'M, I2lli St. S. 5XJST On Oct. 20. black boar, white titripe on fmce, fort in right car. Reward for inrormaLlon leading to rtcorory. S. A. Foirler, Gen. Del. To Bection N. E. 1 ZJv'one blue grey gel dine, ahout yean old, rMth slnr on face, IcfL liinri -while foot, no visible brand, Owner irtay have aime by paving expenses. Ilione 1L815, City. Cc To my place, S.E. 24-S-22. 4tb, one red steer, branded on right ribs. Owner may Lave same by paying expenses. Ap- ply T. Nelillg, P.O. Box 5S5, black gelding, hind white star on torch bad, branfl- L on rifihL thigh. Regard lor inrormalioii lending lo rccor- err. A. Johnson, Klpp, Alia. be fact (hat tho pifit Eurnmar was one of the urltat ever In Southern Albert a, much credit TIBS been given to a farmer who, in snlta of difficulties, has eucceiafully teU eihlbltnra ?'l [tarts of Nortb America and Europe. At this exposition Jo tin LAR-HA. of Cayley. was Bucceiftul In nrlanlng Bflcoad prize for white OB la, first frr lire mo need, first for peck ot first (or peck, ot barley, and first for peck of rye. Mr. Lucas' life story Is an InUreat- QR one, for wlillo much IIBB been a aid find written about the counlry boy go- ing to Iho city and there success, Terr tevr Instances EWrn to liare. teen quoted of hoys, city-born and bred. leaving thetr stores and of- fices and making good on the liud. A Boy Made Good Tbo career of -Mr. Lucas IB the a Lory oT a cJtv of no lo slert who, the call of the so.I, left hla "Job" and" Is now a proapevous farmer In Wnstern Canada. lie Tvas born at Btrjitford, Onl.. and sLalen Ibal even as a bo? be always had Ihe flea Ire to be a farmer and to own land of Ms dwn, but tbo greatest I obstacle La Ihe realization of his dreams w.s the practical- ity of a nan without ft large timount' of capital purchasing Ihe high-priced arm land, of the aetlled parts of east- ern Canada. However, after gradual- ng from pchool, liewa came lo lihti ot free homtatead lands lor settlers n tne and Euch an appeal was noL wasted. Came to Alberta Hor2 was the opportunity lo'gei farm of hJe own. Thli -WHS In H'02, and a year later Mr. Lucas located liis homaitead in Alberta, Trhere he has lived ever since. Commencing wll.i 3GO acres ot virgin, pralria, and with no practical farming experience, Mr. Lucas, has now. by-perseverance and Industry' increaiied his holdlngi to SOD acres bcGldcc belog" iateretled in .a furtber six end a-hall T. proilmately 1000 acres. To keep in touch, willi the latest agricultural and Improvements, Mr. J all Ijifi has an up-lo-dale "and well-equipped lib- rary on farm and livestock topics, fie Is a member of Lbc Canadian Seed Growers' asioclation and, in his own rords, "believes Ibal the growing of more and grain ia as im- as Ihe pure-bred livestock, in- dustry. Won Many Prizes Thai Mr. Lucas1 belief is well found- ed cannot be doubted when one glan- CC4 over tic list of successes lie baa had at agricultural expositions throughout tho Dominion of Canada and the United Stalei, He first ex- hibited grain in 1914, and since thai Have you a car for Maybe It mtnt a aelMlarler. Mikei no difference. Let me do the iUfling. I'll tUrt and flnlih thfl and mak PHONES OfTke 11lt SKblci N'ollcc Is hereby jiivcn thai All per- Bom claims upon [he estate of the Mo John Oorham, who riled on or about (he 22nd of October, .1818, arc required to scnil lo the undersigned Admfnlslrnlor ot his es- tate by-lht day of December. 1919, a full statement, duly verified, of Ihelr claims and any .iccurlllcs held by llicm, anrl that after that ilnto the Adminlslralor will d'strfbulc Ihc ftsscls of the deceased amonff llin par- lie.? ehlHleJ thereto, havlog regard only to the claims of which notice hn.i bcpii so filed or brought to Ms know- Dated tliK 301h d.iy of J910.' ANDREW HRVJJOX I100CJ. Admlnlslrntor, Diock, A Iberia. CanAda. ftrlcep In n chair Vhll smoking, a Coldwalcr, Mtcb., so (Ire lo himself and his home. He capcd serious Injury, -but Ihc house was burndd. J. A. J.D.C. T October 23lli. APPLICATION, FOR LEASE OF ROAD- ALLOWANCE OR SURVEYED HIGHWAY Notice la hereby given thnl X. Remington of Klppeiwllle, AHi., made nppllcatlon to Minister o Public "Works, E4rnonldn, for leae of the tollowlni; road allowance o surveyed highway, T.Z., The road running nortji and south east of Secllon 23-M3, wnl Uh M Any Ihc franllnp o Iho above mentioned Icaee must li fovwardcd In Hie Minuter of Public Kdmonlon, wJlhln thirty from I'lic dnlc r-( Ibis nollctf. II. T1KM1XOTON. Applicant, Ad V FOR EXCHANGE firplylnt Mention .Tftr '0 slock, a new Twin 1224 plow, culllvnlor ami bur- els; only plovycil SO pcrcs. AVrllo I'- 1. Box 353 Purple Springs, Alta. 276-13 O acres prnlrl; and In S. W.-Alberln, 30 cent ar- able; lake on laml; price >2S per cro; Avnntcd coal mine. Will i and AS caali payrnen't, for balance erm.i. Cnmpbcll Srhartek, 3il Me- re Dlk., Winnipeg, Man. Christmas NOW is THE TIME- TO arrange Irlp Lo the Old Country- We can giro you es- cclient serricc on Ihc C. P. R. CLiNARD WHITE STAR And Rll other lines. >3very assistance Ktven to fa- cilitate return passage -without unneccsaary delay. HARRIS ROSS1TER Hlglnbotham Block. Phone 1412. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In'the matter nf the eitate of Thomaa Gwllllim, decened: Notice Is hereby jlven thai al'l per- icni lnvinn claims upon Iho estate of Thomas Owllllnm, late ol .Orossj- Lakc, the Province of Alberta, farmer, who died on or about ttio 23rd dfty of 1918, are required [o Bend to the undersigned, Sollc'loM for Mftry Jane (lirllllain, itdmlnletn- Irli o( tho estate or Thomas awllllara. deceased, on or before tho 15Mi day of Decomlier, n full statement of Ihelr claims, Anil of any lecuritles held hy them, duly verified, and that fler thai date the snlr) AdmlnijLr.v trli flhall be al L'barlf lo proceed lo dlitrlbule the assets of (lie deceased among Ihe parties cnlitlnd Iticrclo, haTins regard only (o the claims of Khlch notice has been filed as afore- said. Dalcd at Irfthhridse, this 30th day of October, A.U.. AND HOM'OAK, Solicitors for the Adnvnistralrir. Stafford DlocX. Approyed: (Slid.) J. A. J. J.D.C. Ad 3 C.P.R. Sailings TRANS-ATLANTIC QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL Empress ot France, tons. KOT, 25th. MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL NOT. 19 Scandinavian Nor. 23 ST, JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Melacama -Dec., 4 Dec, 13 MONTREAL TO GLASOOVV Sicilian NOT. S M cilia Oct. 31 .'OHN TO GLASGOW Preforlan Dee. 5 Sicilian Dec. It l formi Eyts lesitd. Difficult cisrC. J. M. HENDERSON Office at Wright's Jewelry Store ours: 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to S p.m. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND .BTHBIUDGB BRANCH THIRD Floor Post Offlco Building. Phon 701. Offlco lioure: 10 to 4. SaC'ir day: 10 lo 1. 163 PIArJo TUNING H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 20 years' factory experience. Hoi CcrliHcato M.T. Lttdon England. Rcrerences to the leadln niueiciaDS of the cltj. Phone 1163, lOln Si. S. DR. J. J. A. SPECIAL- 1st for diseases of Eyes, Ear, Ttiroal nnd Skin. Ner.- Ex-student London. Derlin. Vienna. DLidapcs'. Hours: 5 to 1! n.ra.; 2 lo 5 p.m., nnd 7 lo D p.m. Union Bank Uuilillns. 1'houc 17DC. DR. J. S. SUR- Reon. and Accouclieur. Office. Oil Block. hoars: 1.30-4.SO: 7-5.30. OHlCB phono JiS. Residence 12SC Sijth Are. A. So'jlb. lleildtnce phone 437. DR. J. E. LOVKniNG. 1'hysiclan anil Surgeon. X-Hay eriiiipDient. Office and residence. 3rd Ave. South. Hours: 11 to 1J, 1 lo 3. 7 lo J- TclGpnonc-. day and night. 1242. VI AVI F. H..WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST cut hard Block Third Ave. Soutri Phone 1959 Rei. Phone 1937 V1AVI A HOME REMEDY-FOIt women's diacasej nnd nerrous di5- ordors. Succcsslul [pr 25 yeara. Lit- eral ure on request. 3Irs. A. Linganl, 933 7tb SI. S. Phnnc 1712. BOWDEM'S Tliis Llghclass remedy, conlalnlug sev- enteen valuable Inilbn oils, essen- ces, pilrncLa, balsams clc. Is incsl confide oily rccominendcJ ,for any troubles that an eiinimer.i can rcacli and cure. anil retail nseiit Jamea Ijalrympie, '715'3rd St. A. Koulh. LttLbridEC, vrbo j knoivn and sold (Ills preparatlou for nianj1 yearj. OSTEOPATMIC On. J. E. HORNINO OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN 316-1S-20 ShtrlccX Bldg. 10-12: 24. and by appointment. Phone 1593. EDUCATIONAL ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Lfght and Power Contractor! 1331 'Firm Lrjhtlng ConlfMttrj for Work s DONT FQRCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HflVE A JOB TO OFFER Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 P.O. Box SOS Phone 1 CHARTERED t A XTTO i Pllone of 1 ACCOUNTANTS GARBUTT 8th SI. South, Lcthbrldoe Day and Evenlns Ecliool. Shorlhnnd. TJ-peivntiiis. anil nil Coirjitcrclal SukjecU. Office Phone 1315. Rtlidcncs Phone fif 1531- RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY SB Acadian Building 612 Third Avenue (South) I PRIVATE HOSPITALS DECORATING >'AN 1IAAHM5JI PHIVATE HOS- liilal, IL'21 Till Arc. S.. Phone 74G. Acconlino'latidn for sur- Klcal, medical 'and maternity iiiil- ienta. I'rlvalc mid 'looms. Tialcs an.l tls.iia a Wrllc for Inlornu- tton lo Mis. M. K. Van DEC orators, PaperhaiiRers aTid Painters _______________ KalsomlDlnc. Cleoerf.l Dccorallng j confix and KsMmatea glrea.' The oldest established painters In Hc3. phone. 1X72; office phone 1752. Sherlock I-etb- bridge, Alberti. A- DECOIJAT ing nnil Paperhanelng. riinui, cm Cll 8th ATC. S. IIi-O BAKERY KIIIKBY i CO., HIGH err, (or pastry lhal you can depend upon belnE niadb on home-made principles. Klrtby t Co., GOG 3rd Ave. 9. Phone JSZ7. _ ____ SHOE REPAIR1NQ incut r.ises and si'.l ilcX-ncsscs. iviiii excupllon ot contagious disease.', nitb oiicraL'ng room I'.i Hates, lor cuntlnbnical. J2.00 a day, niter a day. Gra.L- ualc nurs-c ;n clir.fjs. Sir, Hill S. J'honc 733.__ _ TilfTMAXWKU, PIUVATi: 110SIM St. S. C3'J. l-'ur terala nnd information apply Mrs. II. Manvell. MUSIC Ctll or icrlU for full HOD, 0. P. H. Ticket Office, JAS, GORDON i Depot Ticket Aiwit PHONE S12 TlcVets ill otb.r At- liitlc Ikei. VBTKRANS' Goo. Greg- ory, proprietor. Light nnd heavy draylng. Furniture removed. Coal and wood delivered, c.od. 13L7 1st Arc. N., Lcthbrldgc. Phono 421. Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.O, CM. Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist OfflMr Itl-lJl tltw f. BQTD3 Palldlng. corner Sth ATA toil Rtiwt B, Ctlftrr. FhDDO: Olflce. M2I4I: UBIML Tractor Repairs incter u.ninlcn, ud crtnlM tlrtmi ind rr Wf !n ttocfc for an poynlv Ct NIVEN tit lit ReWed BROS, Ptmw tnt HOB 1717 lor your shoe repairs. Work dono promptly. Orders called for nnd de- livered. lYack Miks, 611 llh Ave. South. GUNSMITHS UN9MITHS fc IXDCKSMlTIIS-aUN harrels clralghlenod, guns reslock- ed, gun work dono by a gunsmith, Iccya made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn inowcra shBrpciiciI. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motocyclo AgcnL Phono 1032. 6111 Slrccl. opposite Herald UNDERTAKING T. S. KUN eral director anil licensed embalm- cr, motor or horse drkcn licarso. Farlorg bpposllo Cotlrt Ifouae. Of- phono residence phons UTS. Open day nlghL WELDING OXY-ACPTVLBNa WELDING W N. Kuln, comer HI' Atenue ai 10th Street REPLIES 4 Hare been recelfed For tba lollowlnj box number! and if all Ins (o called lit: 35, 38, U, well it reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. Hi Slh Slrttt Sonlh. Phone hODT. SINTON, re- pairing and pressing; ladles' and men's lulls remodellejd and all al- teration work done. Suits pretsed 75c, Work called for and delivered. Phone 733. 81S 3rd Ave. South. 1PIRELLA CORCCTICRI W A fOAlD Ml K Appdlntir Piiem MM. MARTIN 71) M, A. ;