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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERA13) PAGETHRES Another wy s TORENT II ration PIANO .TOR KENT, Phoae 382 TO (or two cars. Ap- ply Herald offlee. 474 TO four-roomed house, 20th' St. If. Apply 211 14th St., North. TO bedroojn, use of Apply 1264 8th Are. 8, TO bedroom suit able" for lady or gentleman. -Apply ISoi 69 Herald. TO bedroom to suit gentleman, la quiet home. -Vic of phoae. Apply 522 4th St. S. 287-6 HOUSE seven-room ed house with was Parties with more than tyro small children ueed'uot ap- ply. Apply 606 10th St. S. 391 TO room suitable for gentleman., very convenient.' Use .ol phoce. Apply 803 7th Ave. TO acres' ol stubble with straw piles, and water; mites southeast of Coaldale Apply to L Major, Coal dale____________- t FnTHTO Animals Are of Normal Size but Are and Legs Entwined TO Ejght-roora'-. furnished house, for six months from December 1st Use of piano will be gnen to "careful tenant Owner would also renting -two rooms from with' of ;without board. Apply Box 121, Herald. 431 BENALTO, Sask. remarkable nnd interesting freak of animal na- tiire Is on exhibition hero at the farm ot'J. D, Barham, two miles west of the town: .ThU consists of twin.heif- er calves with bodies grown together completely. Both calves nprrii- al size, 'with perfectly formed heads, necks, backs and tails, while the' Cui- dor pa'rts of the body from navel to brisket are groton solidly together The faces and forelegs ars entwined, Since-" the arrival :'6f tho" freak which occurred Noiember 6, throngs There" !'are: no CURLING STONES Just. like the famoua T. A. Kay. Red Hones, the original, and onls Kuy with a "K" as trademark on the .striking baud. Thii. supply is limited. Write for quotations at .once. SMITH k ARMS CO. LTD. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary. CONSUMERS' HARD-'I WARE A SUPPLY CO, Lethbridge Local Agentjs I 'EVtRYTHIMC GOOD it-. SPORTING COODS' GUNARD ANCHOR Ing without a home ol their own. He admits that while plans for houses havo been passed exceeding in num- ber, i quarter iOt a houses themselves are only forthcom- iugf In driblets. In the first place tV; Minister ol Health points to the decrease "of skill' cd workers ia the building trade. Be- tween 1910 and 1914 number of I bricklayers had shrunk Irorn to joiners, masons aid work- era In subsidiary trades had shrunk in proportion. Building In the war years practically ceawd, the work- ers buing Erausferrea to inuaitioa making, '-There are not enough men !a the trade to do the Is the first factj" continues Or "There are thousands of men outside the trade who are out of employment; that "Is the second fact.' Somehow or other these two facts rausl be brought relationship; and atjjuce we are' faced'.with'the Trade Union bar. The minister goes Indicate how. the government have attempted negptiVtltins wilhvthe building trades ou this matter, especially In regard to payment ;for. time which men lose ow- ing to wet weather. He-admits that unemplojment has been the bugbear of In'the past.' The conteh of Interested visitors have gone to the. farm, anQ the veterinarians havo been closely studying this freak.-In order to protect Hhe life offfhe moth- or, tliij lives of the two lacrlQced at time or birth. Dr. Addison, Minister of Health Explains the Failure to Meet Insistent Demand LONDON, NOT. Mail. Can- adian is there such a shortage of housing ac- commodation? Dr. Addlscn, minister of health, lu an article In.a recent ls; sue of the'Sunday, Times attempts to give the public some; explanation hundreds of thousands families be- NotAl iht perfect I appearance of htrcom- [ploion. Permanent and temporary r jkm troubles 'concukd. Reduces un- _ natural color ind eotrects [fgrttsy lions. Highly anturptie, wjlh benefical results K [a ctmdve agent for 70 lion Is'that if Is'to be unduly Inflated non. unemployment will bo even more rife when the pres- ent demand Is satisfied Moreover, the housebuilding is only one sldo of the if- construction and trial buildings, though for the mom ent subsidiary, will prolong de- mand'for labor still further. 'In the face of the national demand for houses, In the face of the wide spread of unemployment, ei- Servlc? men and others, can any trade union maintain its restrictions' Can one class, one permanently stand In the patjx-of the community, _and [n'itfi own class Interest bar the 'wai to progress, prosperity, and re' settlement? The state which will sub- mit to such action is saddling itself with' a sectional tyranny." CONCERNED ABOUT 4 P. C. DEBENTURE STOCK OEG.T.P i XMA6 SAILINGS From New York To Dec. PlymbuthrCher- i hours-Hamburg Dec Movllle, G'gow Dec Cherbourg- S'mpton From Portland, Me. To Dec. 'NEW Carmania.NoT. 24 K.A. Vic) .Dec. IS Carmanfa.Dec.25. K.A. Vic. .Jan. 15., NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aq.ultanla.Nov. ZS Imperator.Dec.'23 I Imperi.t6r.Jin.20 25 NEW BOURQ Feb. S NEW (Via Movlllc) ColumbU Jan 15 Columbia Feb 19 PORTLAND, Saturnla; Jan'. 18 1 For fall InfonnauoT. ortpij- io any ii R. or-S. Companj'j office SCOTT 270 Main St. Winnipeg. CMfkiurfCoUi time for I. at the flrit incHcatloaof cold or tore thnaL It It Io yoa Just lisht the litcle lamp ttii Ciwolrrve and tlaai it nur th eaij. n'jcto tbo rangh, um the neea ana and in ReeociTntnileJ f nr CmtV CrwoTetw hu been a for the yea The benefit ia ttonlble. 'Send for descriptive booWet. LONDOX, Nov. 10 Mail Cana illan Associates of four per cent, debenture stock of the Grand Trunk' Pactflc says the been awaiting with some auxiet} to7 knon exactly how the) stand under the agreement for the ex- propriation :of the line 'by-i'the-Domin- ion government.- .Som'o of .them have evidently been selling judging by the fact 'thai: it f.iands al or-ly as compared Tuth ;5 for the four per cent guaranteed stock of the Grand Trunk Railway, al- though, the latter price includes only about six mouths' interest, Pacific debenture stock carries' inter est-arrears as The difference, of. course; is that the position of Trunk stock has been determined in a was that admits" no there is still uncertainty llm Duinimun attitude towards Pac fie debenture stock, lalthotign the agree ment provides tor the taking over the government of the whole liabilities of Trunk Pacific.. The in- formal committee that lids been watch- ing the Interests of the stock lias been staying its hand awaiting the return (from the other side of the Atiahtic'of Sir Alfred Smithers. the chairman. TRIED AND FOUND TRUE -Whether as a household necessity for the family or a productive salesman for the busi- ness firm, THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAG1ES HAVE STOOD THE TEST 8 per line (count worrit to a Minimum, :2SCetntc. Six Iniertloni fcr price of four. -r' Pjhpne In advance. '_ REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box 28, 33, 89, 121, BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Hon. Mr. has; charge of tho censorship, the minister sheaf mentations relfkioiiB and other bodies on his action Chairman C jE.'jAnnKtrOBR of the Board of Censora, said that children too joung to >witneKS the picture! passed h> the board were tot) )oune to at the theaters NEW YORK SOON TO HAVE A MILLION TELEPHONES NEW NOT upon ric ra: mnn anotlicr aayvntli itchlne.Dlceo fug, or Jwlnid C W" V. Dr. daw's Ointment wilt rctterfe you at onto and afford IssU'jig benefit." 60c, a box: til Or Batcj Umlled, BAtnnlo you mention thli imoct eoclosa 2c. aUmp to pay AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTIOri ON SEC. 20, ROE. 21, W. OF 4 MER., MILES i NORTH OF WELLAND, 6 MILES WEST OF RAY- 'MONO, 7. MILES. EAST OF MAGRATH ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER OT COMMENCINO AT 1 O'CLOCK 3HARP- One 'ietm 7'years, weight 3400; 1 team mares, 19 and 7 years, weight 3000; 1 gelding, 17 years, weight marc 17 Weight 1330; l.rhare, 4 years, weight 1260; 2 geldings 4 weight 1200; coming three years; 2 geldings 3 bay mares, 6 and 8 years, weight 1350; 1 bay 7 yeare, wolght 1600; McCormfck mower; 1 gelding, .1 years, weight 1850; 1 brown gelding, G years, weight 16SO; 1 new 8-foot Deer- Injr binder; 1 old S-'oot Dfiirlng binder, in "running order; 1 IZ-inch John Deere gang plow; new Diesel trailer disc; 5-sectIon drag liar- cart; 1 new IS-pan Kentucky double disc drill; 1 potato digger! 1 1 Studebaker wagon, good as new, with new 125-buihe! tank; 1 fannlhg mill; 1 hay rack; now 1V4 horse- power engine and washer; 1 democrat; shovels, forts and other tools i 2 sets of work harness, ..No reierfe as'the owner Is giving up farming. LOUIS 60HUMER3, Owner. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ONTARIO CABINET MINISTER'S VIEWS ON 'CENSORING Nov.. 'cannot censor moving pictures to suit S- yenrold remarked Hon Peter Smith, provincial minister, to a deputation 'Which represented var- ious social sen ice organizations of this clly In protest loiiay against tho showing of "what the garded ,as. objectionable pictures With regard io ouo of the pictures recently banned by Premier Drury and then permitted on the screens by When ordering mail send a Dominion -Express. Money Order. TO EUROPE FOR CHRISTMAS BPOOI, h'ov. JI 0, rnun MONTRK.AX. To Nor. Slclll.n l. Nov. Uv-ifpo.l Nov. Pralortun Olnsroir rrom ST. JOHN. .v.n. r.lvirpcol CorritAti Hivre-lxwdon npfi.JS-.-Emr-. of Hrllaln D.c. I.lvfrpoDl, of Pnnn-... I.irtrpaol TliTonirh Hlfrnlnic Jo the ihla'a run Itia -Wlanlnfi and wtitern palrjli 10 St. John. N'.n. CAXABIAN P.AC1F10 OCKAX SERVICES fnt mts mx.vrpBo Ladies! ou can't look smart If your hair Is thin. Save your cbmb- Ings and'send to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alia. To be made up Into SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES, ETC. Send ox. comblnjs or up- wards for switches at 11.00 per Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Metagama .Nov. 24th Empress of 2ith Mellta -lOlb Empress of Britain .Dec. 13th JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets issued on all other Atlantic Lines. present demands for telephones, New ofk City will reach the million mar by. the .end' of 1S21, :G' W; JV'hjttemor raluatioh: engineer ot-'the' New Yor Telcphorje company, stated in testify ing at a hearing th Public M th present titde, he said; there are 870 000 telephones. Dominion Express Honey Order art on sale In five thousand .office throughout Canada. v WHITE STAR D O fVf ,1 I o L f fN E Steamship Are you thinking to your Old Country ..for Christ- mas? 7- A rush business la expected during November and December and we advlso early application for reservation.-.; L i Phone 1112 informa- tion regarding rates and sailing cheerfully.given.- THE ROSSfTER AGENCIES -Phone 1412 Block Information SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES- WEAR Alto Gsntlemen't 811k Shirts Made to Order. Moved to 416 4th Are. S. Doris L R. Cocg COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME.PORTRAITLUE, ETCn 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. XMAS SAILINGS Nov. to L'pool Dec. to L'pool Dec. to Doe. to IVpool Dec. to L'pool YORK 17--Adriatio to S'ampton to S'ampton Southampton and- Antwerp. Soiithamptdn Antwerp. [Dec. Southampton Antwerp. Dec. to Liverpool. to S'ampton. also at Cherbourg, France PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency Scientific Co! lecUoni E'erywhere. inlti. In Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Blort. Ptone 1SH. CIVIL AND MECHANICAL PLANS Tracings and Blueprints Executed Reasonable Terms. Apply Box 73 Herald. PIANO TUNING Pityer-PlKno Organ Repalrar. JO jean' fsclory Hoa- eon. Certificate II. T. Londoc. England. Reference! to leading moilclant ot-tbe city. Phont iouj si. a. DO .YOU. SQUINT? It ypo do jU's a sign that yon're la-Ing: some eye. n eglect your. eyee under such circumstances may lead Into a serious state ol The .beet advice we could glre yoi is, aee us. examination "will tel at'once whether'6r .not .you need glasses. correct 'any, eyo fault, J. HENDERSON Care of Store. 8IOHT BPECUUST 527 6th St. 9: Opposite'tie1 Emprei -Phone -y KM. Pbone llYT.'.iv-.'1. SUPPLIES EJectrfo t Tbohe liti' at a LeUibrWgev ram I-titMlBj a ContmctOTt fer Elertrfol Work on Ctrditon Temple, DECORATING WBLLHJOTON ten. and OeaenI peebrmtlii Sin WrWnij Eettmeiel gtrt! .The eldeit palaten I Lethbrldice. phone phone 17B1. Bldi, Let AltitrU. ell j, B. U COPELAND. E.' a KENT The Pyramid Dewrrstlng Co. Jnte lor decorating and paperbinglng a n> clilty. Batliflel cnitomen our all Pheiie 190H. 618 12th St. South. White Star Line NEW Celtic......Nov.6 Baltic Nov. 20 Celtic.....Dec. 11 Baltic NEW Nov. 6 Adriatic..Nov. 17 Olympic.. NOT. 27 Adriatic. ..Deo. 15 Olympic.. .Dec. 29 Applr anr Railway or S. a. Agent, or Office, 280 Main St. Winnipeg. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. BBCORATOR. Ettabllabed MM. Thirty-five years' experience In Eitw. lor and InterldriBecontlnf. ,16? nth bt Sonth. Eitlmatea'free. Pbone lt tain infortna'.lcn appHca'Joa formi from tecretarr l_ LEIOH, P. O. Vox No. bridge. Farmers When In of TRACTOn' Replln It will bo to your Inter Mt Jo try US. We bare an up-to-date MscMns Shop and employ oriiy first elm .Vlacblnlsta. Satisfaction In price ftld workmanship. Tractor Cylinders add fitted with over-size pletoiu NIVEN BROS. 516 1st Ave. 9. Phons Gumcy-Oxford Furnaces EAVE JROUGHING GENERAL T1NSM1TH1NG FREEL iFLLIOH fthett Metal Wortr.rt 558 eu. Bt Phone t R. 0. J. COTjItTICB, Dentist, ly. ol Lethbrldge, has located' at 679 Granville SI., Vancauver, B. C, Fhone Sey. 9300......Opposite Hut: son's Bay. Co. DR. I. B. :______ OSTEOPATHH3 PHYSICIANi Sherlock Hours 10-12, 2-4, -fef i "S 9K1VATE VAN 1LAAHLEM oaf PIUl, 1223 7th Aye. 8, Phoae AccommodlUtjB fof tv (leaj, medical, and maternity tl-nts. Prlrals -Ed aeml-prtnto Biitei 5SO.OO, iM.OO uil week. Write tor mlorauitloei. U Hit. M. a .Van uurlem. nqwtei: tendent. I HOSPITALS MATEHNITY AND NURSING, vate aud semi-private rooms, modern.- Terms Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4th Street N. B.; Medicine Hat. Phono 3974. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appolntmerrti Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 iOth Aye. 3., Cor. 14th MISS AILEEN M. Playing Pupils (Diet- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ol; Music, London, England. 100 per .cenL year Ruccessfal. MRS. W. H. pt Piano and Tliepry.: Pupil prepared for the .CohjerTatpry of Mnslo 'eiaras It desired. Annual recital. -Studio, 1238 Eth I CLEANERS AND PRE83ER8 THE in French dry cleaning.; We the In the city. We nss the' gemiina French which cor- era irsry and pos- ilhle Injury to garments, giving'Wrt elaita reiulti. Special country work. 524 SouUL Phone 1312. "Collect and deliver, j.-rj LOO PHBSSINQ. Repiirfog and alterations well.dcme tt reasonable prices. We s'eir'for deliver goods. 7th''St, Sontb. Pione IBJt :i.XcAt.; CHIROPRACTOKS HYRUM SMITH ana JUNE SMITH methods are Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12'aiid M, and by ap- pointment Room 205, Sherlock Block.: 1677 aad 1141. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS 4 tunli itralghteneij, jmi rwtock- ed. (on work by mide, locis repilred, .phonoKrachj, any Bf.htaery repaired, lawn mowen D. E. Indian Hotorcyole Agent Phone 10SL Street, oppoiite Herald offlee. DIAMOND SETTER OLD GOLD a SIlVfR BOUGHT L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON -1 I. M. COOMBS Detent Agent WINTER RADIATORS not have your Aulcmc- hlle lUrlfatpr Ue-corcd before the frost the Honeyrcomf) Coro Drop Inland let us tell you ftliont ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY Tint Radiator Man 113 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill, Remit by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolon you your money back, ;