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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1920 THE. liKlttKKUKiE UAlliT rttMf.ZV PAGE THREE 'Anodw prootof Want Mr. Brown got a Theatre. Apply Len S., Colonial Theatre, N 433 I STORAGE BATTERIES Made In Canada by Canadian Workmen 7 We wish to announce that jve have taken-ovef agency'for Lethbridge and dis? trict, and are now in a position to give service. We, carry repairs'for every make type of Battery, J- PHONE 1483 Lethbrklge Battery Maintenance 811 4th Avenue South Opposite Telephone Office 'CANADIAN PASSENGERS HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS 'Spokane to Portland and California VIA __ Spokane, Portland Seattle Railway 'THE NORTH BANK ROAD" A wonderful trip alonE the Snake and Columbia- rivers, and through the heart of the Cascade Mountains 'THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" at night makes direct con nectlon at Spokane with the Canadian Pacific Spokane Internationa1 train, and arrives at Portland In Uio morning. "THE EXPRESS" by day leaves Spokane in the morning, -arriving Portland in the early evening, allowing Canadian passengers an over-night stay in Spokane. Connections lor California 'are made in the Portland Union UOB. Trains learlag ssraiss, night Sleeping' car arranBenientB'wlU bo made, Details, etc, lupplied by railway agents or the undersigned W. D. Traffic Manager, V W. Q. PAINE, Asst Pass, Agent, Spokane, Wash. BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGES GIVEN BY MORRILL BROS., MELV1N A. MORRILL AND CLAUGHER BENSON TO MOLSONS BANK AND CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF'THE NAMED IN.TH.E SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGES, I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING x GOODS, NAMELY: 18 HEAD HEAVY WORK HORSES 10 HEAD CATTLE 1 POLAND-CHINA BOAR 1 SOW AND 4 PIGS QUANTITY OF HARNESS 'WAGON WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON X FRIDAY, THE 26TH OF NOV., 1920 f i i At hforriH Firm, 4 south and 2 miles east of Coaldale ;AT THE-HOUR OF P.M. Dated, Lelhbrldge, Nov. 15, 1920. x T. J. SIMONS, Bail 18. 1 AUCTION SALE AtXthe Feed Barn, 3rd St. South AT OrjE O'CLOCK SHARP A Number of Good Work Mares and Geldings Also Sortje lOyonBg.pigs arid two pis; one 2-inch wagon and box; 1 spring wagon; 1 hoy rack nnii gears; 1 set double driving harness; 1'set donhle work harness; 1 walking plow; 4 bedsteads, springs nml mattress; 1 -dining-room extensiofi table; 1 small kitchen eveners, douljle trees; complete Hne of Dla6VsmIth loolt, vice, anvil, Iron drill, bellow's, hammers, pinchers; 1 MeCormick binder, only cut ,two hundred acres. TERMS CASH- J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer SURVEY PARTIES COME IN THE WINTER (From Our Own correspondent) TABER, Nov. and Mrs. S. J. Krancls left for California points' on Saturday. Ku. Francis also, left for Raymond and vicinity the same day; Miss HarjoilH Powell, formerly of-the Commerce sUff here, Is making a short visit with friends In town. "The. building neit to the King George, owned by H. F; Anhable, and occupied by W. H. Andfews aa a dwell- ing house, is receiving a coat of paint and other trimmings. No less than three dances occurred on the same night recently within a distance of ahtiJt The Vets belli a successful danct In the hall here, another took place at Bi well, and a third In the .hall at Purple Springs. Local youths rather confused fpr a time, as the beauties desired .to' visit too many places at El'bert Foster and family left for U. S.' point's on Saturday to spend .the winter. Ted 'Haines ot; the White Uu Lethbridge; was in town Suuday. re newing old acquaintances i The town council spent a long .even- ing tonight, going Into matters affect- ing the tax. sale to be held shortly. John Johannjjen returned on nesday-from a trip-to Utah, lasting about two months, is-preparing for a strenuous'.winter leader of two orchestras. The Massey Harris agency has plac- ed a large'buslnesstsign over of the Hobbs they will conduct the agency in future. J. WilkS; of Gull Lake, has been in town .as the sister, Mrs J J. Houngan t! M McLean, of Foremost, IB visit- ing sister Mrs Dr. J. E. Davis ot Raymond'Agrlcul- scliool, was In town today, and i Etafts that his duties in the chair, of veterinary science" at the institution begins on Monday. A couple from the range, recently Tisiled town with a bear cub in their .which" highly delighted the youthful sports its .'fondness fpn candy, and its amusing tricks. party left for Tlegaf City on Saturday j W A. Porteous had a somewhat ex- I citing, experience, hUe returning Corners.last week. Leav- ing Taber Wednesday'raorning by rail for Brooks, he drove thence to the Corners returning to Brooks with v eighteen, head of route for Taber, a herder accompanj mg the lunch Coming down Boy? river, he .crossing, finding another man stranded there albo, and had to return to i Brooks, and take the train to Calgary, in order to reach home, he ar- v rived early Saturday morning 'At Calgary a wire was sent the horse- I wrangler that he would haTe to re- mam until the ice was heavy enough, or there was a new bridge built. Up !o dale, wrangler, and Horses hate not put in an appearance. What the party 1 about Alberta chlnooks would not look. in print Survey parties working around Ta jer, have tee h sent in for. the .winter.' McOUlivriy's party working f fora Pur Springs, passed through town on Thursday, the collection of motorcars and men making an interesting sight It was lined np outside the Ford garage here A freight car at Purple Spnnpl'for {Bis party, the equipment of the parties occupying half tho car, which was later loaded at Taber with the equipment ot the par- ties working outg from here, the par- ties returning to' Calgary The chief of "party here engaged in the Calgary offices this winter. VISCOUNT GREY IS, UNABLE TO SEE ANY' FLOWERS; NEARLY'BLIND LONDON Cct cpnnt Grey's eyesight is so Impalret that he is' "unable to_ 'aric according to a letter which i he has written to the Berwickshire Naturalists Club declining an fcrfta ioirto participate in one or two field meetings He says that could see'' sufficiently well to walk, he was unable j o see birds or flowers or even a view and therefore, be unable to'j share the interests ot the expedition As Sir Edward Orey, the Viscount was British Secretary ot State and' foreign Affairs at the beginning of :ho world war and conducted the nego- tiations with tho Oermanigovernraent concerning the possibility of evading hostilities. He ,was for 'a short lime British Ambassador in Washington In tho latter, part of last >ear. His eye- sight hm long been TRIED AND FOUND TRUE N. Whether as a household-necessity for the family or a productive salesman for the busi- ness firm, v THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE' STOOD THE TEST v 8 cents per line (count six words to a ttneK Minimum, 25 Six Insertions for price of four. Phjone in advance.' _i. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS ,CARDg Farris Service Agency Scientific Contlnjeacj We inlts. Everything accountancy. Prompt atiP'tUoo. 4 Acadla Block. Hit CIVIL' AND MECHANICAL PLANS Bgs and Blueprints .Execute'.! Reasonable Terms. Apply Box Herald, PIANO'TUNING 0. H. CRrPPSr-BXPBRT Flayer-Piino and Organ Repairer. 10 years' factory- eiberlenw. Certificate M..T. Assa, London.' Eaclahd. References to the leadlDi of cltr X1M lOtr, SL 8." _____________PHNTIST___________ DR. O. J. COURTICE. Dentist, former. -Jy'of Lethbrldge, baa located at 679 CranvUle St., VancauYer. Phone Sey: 9300. Onposlta Hud- son's' Bay Co. OSTEOPATHX DR. 3. V. HOHNT5WL OSTEOPATH1O PHYSICIAN. I1S-18-20 Sherlock BUf. S-ty PRIVATE HOSPITALS f' TUB VAN mtBunia yttmt. 1224 1th B, 744. Accommodation far nf> (leal, Medical and maternity Btnts. jid lemt-Drtrati loema, IJO.OO, 1W.OO ait MS week. Write loi information Mil M. S. Van Htartao. tendent. DO TOU SQTTINT? ..It you do.It's a sign that you're ira-ins BO me eye, trouble. To neglect your eyas' imder.'.such f circumstances may serious-state of af- fairs! -V. :-v'-. 'The slT8 is, Bei) ,na. -.-An .examination will tell at once .wljether..'or not you need glasses to correct any. ere fault. J.; Care 'of Jewelry Store.- HOSPITALS The poor are always with us and some wealthy people are pretty close ForRHpnnatlsm, Neuralffa.rGoct. f6 BAUM nttWME OF JWJTTTUTESI I THE irxMBmh TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA One of the best J of our irri- gated -hsys-: for i HORSES .Proinpti sbipiaent "--in ton-. or car-lots. f FARM PRODUCTS, Growers and Shippers .Coaldale: and MATERNITY AND NURSING, PRI- vate arid semi-private rooms, Httj modern.' Terms moderate. 'Apply Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4th Street .Medicine Hat. Phone 3974. Z71-M SPIRELLA CORSETIERE.- For V Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 Ave. 8, Cor. 270-rSI; SIGHT SPECiailBT 327 5ti SU S.' Opposite the EmprMi, MISS AILEBN M. JONB3-rPlanotbrt4 Playing and Theorr. Pnplls entejn ed tor the examinations ot the Rortl Academy Collega 6i Music, London, England. -100- cent.last year iraccessfaL: MRS. Piano and prepared for .the. Toronto'.; Conservatory ot Mujie exams It .desired. Annuml recitaL Studio, 1231 Eth'An CLEANERS AND PRE8SER8 Ladies! You can't look smart If your hair is thin. Save your comb- ings and send.16 SALWAVS, HAIR FACTORY At .CARDSTON, Alto. To be made up into SWtTCHfS, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES, ETd. Send ox, combings or up- wards for switches at 11 00 per 01, Association of Army and Navy Veicrans in Canada Unit No. Teteront des irons of: joining the above -can ob- tain Information and 'application forms from the secretary, L. LEIGHi P. O. Box No. 6, linth- bridge. EJaetrto LUtt Power .bentneton v VXLUNOTOIf tan. Pt'jvrliaiitsTi and KalKHBtaht, ud Km eftabltetcd 14.71; POOH. 1T61 SMMk Utt- Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC..'.' 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. A. aM IK. f 11 ttk Sootb. E. U-COPBLAND. E. R. KENT The Pyramid Decoration Co. or decorntlng and paperhanglag a ally.. Sstl tfltd, tomert oar' ala 150J. 12th St South. NOTICE Is hereby given that, -in1 accordance with the The Irrigallon Act, the undersigned' has fllctl tliu naCuiadry memorial and plans'retiuired by Sections lit'and1.15, of the said Act, the Conimissloii- cr of Irrigation; at Alberla. The applicant applies tot the right to Wort, one hundred arid .eight acrs-fcet of water per annurh frohj Milk river at riolnts on the Southeast quarter of seell6n township 2, antl the.-Northwest Quarter of section 34, In township West of tho 4th-meridian, for' irrigation pur- for the right to construct the necessary" works, as shown fy the memorial and plans filed, able the water, so diverted to be for the sold irrigation'purposes on the Southeast (matter 6f section 4 and the Spulhwest nuartof. of eectfon 3, in township Z.-arid-1 the7-Northwest Itiuarter of section 34 and the Jiforta- cast nuixrter pf section 34, in tdwh- shfp 1, all lnr'range 4fh meridian.' DATBI) at Maslnaain, AHa., this 12lh day of Ajrli, Ad W. AUDIT, AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON 6, SEC. 20, ROE, 2VW. OF 4tMER., MILES WELLAND, 6 MILES WEST OF RAY- x MONO, 7 MILES EAST1 OF MAORATH ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH COMWENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK S.KARP One team f geldings, weight-3400; 1 team mores, 10 nnil 7 years, weight 3000; years, weight 1200; 1 17 years, weight 1330; 1 weight 1250; 2 geldings, 4 years, 2 mares, Coming -three years; 2 geldings, X years old; mares, 6 and S weight 1350; 1 bay mare, 7 years, weight J500; McGormick gelding, 3 years, weight D years, .weight 1 new 8-foot Deer- ing binder; 1 old 8-loot Decring binder, (n running order; 112-Inch Deere gang.plow; new Ilissel trailer disc; 5-seclIon drag har- row with I new 18 pan Kentucky doiible-dlsp drill; 1 potato digger; 1 hay.rake; 1 Slutlebaker wagon, good as new, with new 125-uiishe! grain lank; 1 fanning mill; 1 hay rack; new 1% horse- power gas en (fine'and washer; 1 democrat i shovels, forks and other tools; Z sets cf work harness. No the owner is giving up farming. LOUIS TERMS CASH, SMITH, Auctioneer Find WrtUnjt a :or neetrteal. Qurtstca DECOR ATINO THE Spoclanst in French dry' cleaning. We an the oliest city.' system, which COT- tvery aa4 Injury to eamenU.'KlTlnK high dau'resntts. Special attention to enmtiy work. 324 6th Street Soath. 1818.: Collect and dBllrer. LOO Repairing an I; alterations well reasonable prices. sell fot goods. BH 7tk ft, Bonth. Phons 15M. pXT-ACBT YLENBWILDINO. W. N.i KUTH, Comer tit and 10th JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DBCORATOR. eiperienoe In lor uid Interior Dccormtlnj. bt. South. Eitlmiteg 11M M HYRDM SMITH and JDNB'B. SMITH methods, are' Nature's own.1 Free consultation and. Boors: 10-12 and 2-4, and hy apV polntment. Room 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1577 .and-U4L- OUNBMITHS Barrels ttralghtened, rettoek- pm work doza by a giaimBij mtte, ioeki repaired, phonognphm, any UfU aachmery repaired, lawn momn aaanxood. D. B. Macdonall. lallatt Agent 103J.: