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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER THE I.ETTTBRTDGE DATT.Y HERAtD TORES' There Is Nc Salesman So Quickmi So Sure as a HpJd Want Ai-He IsUcjent and Wprkfor a Very SmaD Wage-Ptone 33WPayable in Advance FOR SALE (Agricultural) I OYhnt Xenlfon The lltrnlin j milcb FOR cow. 308 6th Avo. A. S. 2S3-3 ___ ____ ___ _ FOIl "choice "Rr.mboailefte rams, two years old, in Hue. Hon. Apply C. Kaby, 320 7th Ave.' St I phone 1323 or CM. 27S-6 FOR Ten purebred Shrop- shire rams, yearlings, and two year old, Apply to P, A. Adams. Mac-i j winds last Tuesday and Wednesday Belt Power Tfiy. aEa'n a stop, to threshing oprea- Fress, 1. II. C. 16xlS hoisejlions. the rest ot Ida week betas power press. Apply Bell, (From Our Oira Correspondent) STIRLING, .Nov. 10. hlsh1 Block. Sol HAMS FOR SALE About 36 head of rams for sale-at reasonable prices. Shropshire. Ozfonl aittS some crqssbreds. Apply Dominion Experimental Farm, Letb- Irldge. 351 Wo 'can supply your Wire or write for prices. WESTERN FUEL "t PRODUCE ,COV V''' .-Limited: i Mel n tyre lilk'. WtiibliBg. FOR SALE Lincoln Rums.. 20., head. theapi AMOS PBTKIiSON, Woolford, Alia. Phone Cardfifou IUOS. 278-20: good weather, the farmors to catch up with their work and a iiunv bar ot fields wero cleared of grain, tut there is more to do yet. Last Monday vras a storLny day. Tuesday cloudy and cold, Wednesday snowing aud blowing all day. Mr. Is. builclins ni) addition on his honso. by add UK more rooms.- .1 List Mr. anil .Mrs. E. "Pawns' aii.d daughter, Mri.-.Vedn Ssely. )notored-io Lethbr dfo their and MI.I.. I'eli'il .'.cl- idari. I', the .cltv until Friday While there they also had a pleasant, r sister, Jho Is "nursing lu tho Van Haarhu hospital. Mr, Wilfrid Larsen le't Friday raifning-fbVSait Late -where ha will set apart for his mission to tho Northern States. Mr.'; Harold Erandioy and sister-in- law, Mrs-iLowla Erandioy, left Friday niorning Salt-Lake'Cltr' Teach- ers'' Convention- in the Misses Gertrude' and Grace Cunning- harh, and Trcssri Blackmbre, left on afternoon for the city, 'Eari 'and Mr. Elmer Thursday. LX TUB MATTER OF "TUB WIND-1 The Misses Jennie Alta 1NG-UI' AND IN TUB MAT- Herschi. Jean Miller and Theodora I -TER'OP THE A. MITCHELL NTJH., Hrandiey went lo lysthbr dgo SEItY 'COMPANY, LIMITED. day afternoon on a visit lor a few 'davs with relatives and friends. JUDICIAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS! Mrs. Louisa Coffin is dOCTi at Molt PURSUANT, ta the der made horein bearing date the 2Sth] CIIllt'on is Dacli from the Van OF ALBERTA n ;i Judicial District or Lethbndge Mr-Joseph B. r- Spacktnan went- READ BY THOUSANDS ADKF1X1TB part is 'set aside nearly everybody Tor reading THE CLASSIFIED ADS. Just think, then, of the thousands of eyes read- ing these- columns, and amongst them must be some .for whom your message is meant.. November, A.'D.J020, required to sendi SHORTHORN SALE In aiiotLer column will be found au advertisement ot the Shorthorn sale of Hon. Duncau Marshall at his farm at Olde. on November 17th. Ono feature :o( this aalo Is the offering of teu imported cows from the Importation of Messrs'. Marshall, Rus- sell Watt. These cows are an ex- ceptionally fine lot of high class fem- ales from some ot the best herds .in Britain. They will sell with calves at foot anil most of them bred This means buying three ono lot and-getting the -best Short- horu a foundation. Five of the cow's have heifer calves at foot. In tho sale are ten bull calros.'sev- eral heifer calves and twelve caives to sell wilh their mothers, all by Mr: Marshall's great breeding "fiale the sire of "Matchless au international prize winner. This sale is held on the farm, so buy- ers carl see the herd bull and all his get as well as. the cows. Four or 'five of tho young bulls are real prospects for herd bulls and are fit both as mdividualsrand m breed- Ing to head any purebred herd WHITE STAR by post, prepaid .to .Th6. Trusts and fanliiy jj, away-'-and movo his Guarantee', Company, Jlr pcterson has moved his .his. farm to spend 'the winter ?and Ills .children ,lq descriptions, full particulars of their1 ,-CLOOi He is occupying the residence debts' pi- claims, the nature and to jjr.-NielisjHogen'BOiii onat'ot the security ariy) "held Mr christenseu and Jliss them specified varae'-g1od-a Peterson Svere married In Leth- ot such '-security Tcrifled on oath, and tlat Tuesilay. tho names and addresses of their Sol- jjr Errariy( the" manager: of the Icitors (if and in default there- and Mr. C.JI. Loder, motored oi they will be pre-emptorily excluded -to TxitlibriaBe' Tuesday. from the benefits oMhe-sairt Act and) Tho uov scouts, iinfler the direcUon Wlndlng-np Order, and the said liqul-, f. scoutmaster -Mr.- William .T.-.Og- datpr" arid the assets of the said nlct We'dnesday night. pariy will not be liable for any claims William Spackman Sr., is visil of. any person or persons of .ivho5eljn relatives- and- friends .In the claims-notice shall-not have -been. re-. celved by such liquidator, within- the AVIATOR KILLED DALLAS, Tex. Noy. E Field, 30, of New York, was killed at time The unilergigneil Local Judge'of the EHprenie Court wIlKon the 2nd day, orpecember, A. at .'the "hour of.11 the-forenoon at his------, chambers in the Court rtouso at the Love field yesterday, when an airplane said'City-of Lethbridgo hear the re-1 In which he and a civilian Acre fly- port of the liquidator upon the claims ing, went into a tail spin at an am feet and plunged to the rties ground. The passenger sustained a broken arm and minor injuries. of the creditors suant'to this notice and let all partiei then Dated this 25th day of, f- r Sollctlbrs for the Liquidator. J. A. Jackson, r; L..J. S. C. Ad W DOESN'T ANTICIPATE' i INDUSfRiAL TROUBLE PHJNCE ALBEKT, Xov. Com- missldner Perry of the it C. M. P., is here inspecting the local lie said'tho ..Industrial situation in-Can- ada fairly peaceful and he did not anticipate any serious troublb in this regard during the winter. There were still sonic agitators In the- ranks of labor-but the general situation ap- peared to bo more HARD TO SHAKE THE "GEHERALS" .of the largo number of "generals" who fused to be demobilized aild.insistei on being retained with their present rank, the Mexican War Department is reputed to be having trouble cut ting tho army'down to men Advices received here say. that the war department's budget for tho com.-. Ing year is a large one. REPLtES! i Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: .1. 16, 17, 20, 28, 33, 77, 83, 86, 89, 92, 94, 103, 116, 120, 131i 132; 143, 144, OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR TH.'EIR. ANSWERS BRITISH'GOVERNMENT SELLS GERM AN BOAT the. cotlin nitd In a bright and snappy little speech explained he had no oc- XEW YORK, Nov. pans- casion to grieve. Heath, he ssii, -.vas Han purchase from Iho'.merely a matter and he ISritlsh government of the ton! felt Y The Radiator Man '12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. F.H.WLKINS EIGHT SPECIALIST 32? 5th St. S. Opposite the Empres Phon'e 195s. Res. Phous 1937. ELLCTR1C SUPPLIES PK-VATE HE VAN HAARLEM p'.tal. 122) 7th ATO 8. pDoao 746. Accommodation for tor- Clcal, medical and maternity tfents. Private nd rooms. Kates 130.00, S33.W scd ft Treat Write ?ct tnformatloa to Uie M.. B. -Van Uiarlem, HOSPITALS MATERNITY AND NURSING, PRI' Vate and semi-private: rooms, fnllj 'modern. 'Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. A. Woods, 18 4th Street E, Medicine Ha.t Phone 39T4. 2ft 88 SPIRELUA CORSETtERE For Appointments Phone 1.942 MRS. MARTIN I 1321 Ave.'S., Cor. 14th 8V MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theorj'. Pupils enter- ed (or the examinations ot the Royal Academy and-Royal' College .of' Music, London, England. 100 fer cent last year: successful.. MRS. W: H. .'d1 Piano and Theory PuplL prepared for the Toronto Conservatory dl Music exams If' desired. i Eprlng recital Studio, 1238 A. Sonth. J CLEANERS AND PHESSERS THE in Frenctt dry 'cleaning We are