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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V r THURSDAY, 25, 1920 t THE UBTHBRrDGEJATI.Y HERALD THREE Theatre Apply IP: FOR LdRD BUXTON (London The Klag approved that the tig- lity of an Earldom be conferred upon jhe RIsbt Hon. Viscount Biuton, Q.C. M.O., IB recognition ot his Krvlcea as jOvenipr-Geubral of South Africa. SOB ot the late Mr; Chirks Buxton, H.P., the new Earl was horn in Octo- 1853. and (or 49_vears has been _a p ubilt; Bujton, he waa re- turned to parliament tor Peterborough in 1833, but was defeated two years later. At the general election in 18S5 he vu elected asui radical for Poplar, ind continued to represent that conph- tuency till 1914, when he succeeded Lord Gladstone, as Coveruor-Geueral of South Africa? Ju conjunction with the late Cardinal Manning, ha took a leading part In bringing about a settlement ot the greatHlocir. stflke in 1899. Postmaster-General, Sir Sydney Buiton, as he was then, respon- sible (or tho establishment of the pjpiny "itost for letters between this cduufry and the United States. -1 James Gore of Downle, aged 64, died suddenly In physician's office at Tar is lock, is a reiult ot over- exertion. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DIRECT TO SHIP'S SIDES IN CONNECTION WITH SAILINGS OP S.S. from.ST. JOHN, 10th; :S.S. "EMPRESS OF BRITAIN" from STr JOHN, December 15th. MEDICINE HAT 7.50 a.m., December 6th and llth, 1920. For apply to any Canadian: .V i Winter Days Are Ideal California your friends and play golf; tennis; polo; motor over dld highways; go liorseback riding or surf bathing. TRAVEL WITH PLEASURE. VIA 1 "THE SHASTA ROUTE" 1 f "California for the our new booklet, will help you select the resort of your choice. Copy-may be had free on request. Apply to local jialfroad Ticket Agenta'for information a's to fares, routes, train servlcs and sleeping car accommodations. Southern Pacific Lines JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passeenger A ForUand, Oregon. (From Our Own Correspondent) WINN1FRED, Nov. and. Mrs. Jas. Laraeu entertained Monday evening, November 22nd, In-the form Whist, the last game played being Blinker Mrs. won first prize. Mrs.; Cook setting the-booby prize. Mr. j. D. Thorburu was first in, the gent'e contest; Mr. Harry Grant sot tkkiby prize. An..exquisite lunch was served at the midnight hour. Mrs. -Ed. was suddenly taken sick Friday; November -.19th. She lif suffering from heart trouble, her many learn. Many IVinoifred dancers moved along with the Bow Islanders and took pa'rt iu the masquerade Friday, .Nov- ember 19th, and all reported a glor- ious evening Wlufilfred Agricultural Society hold a meeting Monday, December 6th; at two o'clock for the election .ot officers. Everybody jvelconie Mrs. Frank Lyons and children are visiting in Medicine, Hat tor a few days relatives. Mr- Ceo. Bryant is again reported seriously III at Medicine' Hat hospital the result qf a surgical operation on November 10th. Mrs" Bob Brahmer, Cjf MaryEeld relatives for a-few weeks Bryon McDonnel and Slim. Olsei made, a. business call to Bow, island Thursday.-' :Mr. Noah. Routhter. relumed .-from Manitoba this month and is back oil his farm expecting to farm heavily neit jear. v Mr. A. B Kendall left Saturday November for Calsary- to attcui e A assemblj Mr P J Moore, agent for thi eintzman Piano pent a couple of days in Winnifref st week; Earl Smith left November ZOth Hh his cattle, to exhibit'at'the Ca ar> stock show this weslc-f Geo lJunn is again taking prd rs for the famous Spirella corset i to her dressmaking Mrs Ed Cannady's eldest Eon eported very sick fever er ra'anjj-rfriends. regret to learn. Mrs'. M. B. Beathvheld a very auc essful sale, Tuesday, November 2in n her farm; two miles south ot Win ifred Mr D Champain, qf Orion, i 'mnifred this lookiag alter ip interest of his farm. Pr Henderson, of Bow Island, made ereral calls to Winifred week Oliver Dtirand left last week, ectrhg tOj locate in the States for the inter months. Mr I ,C Freeman is shipping his ousehold goods, machiners aud cat- e thH Alta reeniaD rented all his farms oer Hauigan. 9C? O I S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGES GIVEN BY MORRILL BROS., MELVIN A. MORRILL AND CLAUGHER A TO MOLSONS BANK AND CANADIAN BANK _QF COMMERCE N AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE'GOODS AND CHATTELS OFTHE MORTGAGEES NAMED IN THE-SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGES, I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING 'I v GOODS, 18 HEAD HEAVY WORK HORSES N 10 HEAD CATTLE x 1 POLAND-CHINA BOAR 1 SOW AND 4 PIGS QUANTITY OF HARNESS WAGON V 4 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON FRIDAY, THE M OF NOV., 192D At Morrill Farm, 4 south and 2 miles east of Coal dale AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Dated, Lathbrfdge, Nov. 16, 1326. j I -T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. AqCTIONSALE At the Feed Barn, 3rd St. South ONE O'CLOCK SHARP I r r A Number of Good Work Mares and Geldings Also Sorfic Cows .10-yoiirigliig3 and two iilg; one 3-Inch wagon and box; 1 spring wagon; 1 bay double driving harness; 1 set double work harness; 1 walking plow; 4.bedsteads, springs and mattress; 1 dlning-noom extension table; .1 small kltcjfcn 'shovels, pltchfords, crowbar, eveners.-dbnble'lreos; complete Ijnc of blucksmlth tools, Iro'n drill, bellows, hammers, cut two hundred, TERMS CASH V J. A. V AT BROWN BREAD IF. l YOU ARE TO ESCAPE NEURITIS, CHEMIST ADELAIDE, ence of The Associated Press) distinguished Austral an chemist, declared at a conference' L master bakers here that the nations white: bread :were getting lose to'.the border line of neuritis.-He dvocaled brown bread, sapng that, lOde'rn science demanded th'at-wheat hould be milled whole. i He said that, undoubtedly, campaigns n favor of whole meal bread will bo hortly launched in the United States .nd England, and it behooved Augtra- action .-The members of the, 'Conference the doctor's observations, iut said that'Australians, with the ei- ception ct.cranksLand re- used to. eat brown breads Clubs, are always trumps iii the lands of the police. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL, PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL ELECTIONS 1920 PUDLIC NOTICE Is horcby given that a meeting of. the electors ot orLethbrldgV'and ofthe Public'and1 Separate School .Districts will be held in the of the City Clerk in the Citj Hall, Lethhrldgc, on Monday, the-6th day oC December, from 11 a m until nboEufor tho purpose ot of candidates for.the office of Mayof of the City. for the office of School Trustee of the Public School District No, 51, three vacancies for the term of two years and oiio vacancy for the term of one year. For the office of School Trustee of tno, Boiiaraio1 school District No. 9, three vacancies each for tho'term ot two years. Given "ander my hand at Lethbridge, Alberta, thfs. 24th day of November. A. D.'I920. v DONALD A. Ad D -netiirnlng Officer. '1WED AP FOUND Whether as'a household necessity for the .family, or a productive salesman for the busi- ness THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE, STOOD THE TEST per line (count ilx words to a Minimum, 25 centi. six Insertions for price of four, In advance. X Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 33, 89, 132, 141, 142. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS M' ____________I TO EtfRQPF FOR CHRISTMAS Jr. JOH.V. NJB. t Dec. Dec U ConlciD Pec. is of Britain Dec. Dec. M atlnutdr-Bt Dec-JO-Emp ol tVmce1 SIclllvi 4 OrAmpta.ti ...f Jan- .t.. Jae. Jan KellU ".j Jan 21 Con! can flonihimpttm Ttooorh netrtmc jCwi to abrpV will run from Wlsa'pti? otlitr 8t John, JJ B. CANADIAN PACOTO OCKAN 6KRVIOES i U4 MAIX HTBEET, -LoBdcii Liverpool Llvcrpoe! Llvirpool TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA of our irrl: gated hays-r-f or HORSES Prompt shipment in ton or car lots.. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. 0 rowers and Shippers Coaldalo and Lethbrluge PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS VCARDSJ tarns Service Agency Scientific CollecUoaa Everywhere. Coatlaitaacy tMla. re- aolta. Everythlnc-la accountancy. Prompt 4 Acadla Block. me. DENTIST AND MECHANICAL PIiANS Praclngs. and -Blueprints Reasonable Terms. -Apply HOJ Herald. 0. j. cpUKTiCB.Denusr, former- ly of Lethbridge, has located at 619 Granvllle St., Vancauver, B.-C. Phone Sey. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHJC PIANO TUN1NO a Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer. tO years' factory experience. Hoa- Certificate it T. ABED, London. Eocland. leading Buldani ot city, Phone lltl 10U> SL a, DR. 3. n. HORNTNOi 08TEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. 116-18-20 'Sherlock Blig. Hours 10-12, 2-4. and appointment __, "PRIVATE DO you -SQUINT? II yoa do a'sign, yon'ro hanng some eye. trouble; To neglect your eyes under such circumstances may lead Into a serious, state of it- airs. >v The oest-advice we eonli, give you s, see us. An -ekaiafnatioV will tejl at once whether on not ryou need glasses to correct any eye fault, J. iLvHENDEStSON'- Care ot Wrlgnt's Jewelry-. Store. THE VAN HAARLEM Private Vital. KU 7th ATA 8, Phone Accommodation for tw (leal, medical and maternity v tltnta. Private .nj raoma. Rates U3.00 and week. Write tor mtormatlOB U Mia. X H. yanlttirUia, HOSPITALS MATERNITY AKD PRI- vate and modenr Terms moderate. Apply Mrs A Woods, 38 4th Street N. H, Medicine Hat Phone 3974. ZT1-K SPISELLA CORSETIERE For Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 10th Ave.'S.i'Cor. 14th F.H.WILKINS SIGHT SPBCULUT 327 5th St. S.' OpposlU tht EmprMi. im. Bta. int., MJlrO MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for. examinations of the Rojal Academy and Royal of Music, London, England. 100 p4E cent last year successful MRS. ot and Theory. Pupllj prepared foV, the, Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams It desired. Annul 'itrtag recital Studio, 1238 Bth 'AJ South .CLEANERS SUPPLIES i Ztaetto You can't'look smart If your hair is thin Save your comb- ings and to SALWAVS HAIR FACTORY _ At CARDSTON, Aha. .To be Trade up Into TRAN8FOHMA- FRINGES, .ETC. Send ox. combings or up- wards for switches at ii.OO per or. Association of Arny and Navy m v Canada Unit, No, Veterans deairons ot joining Iho above association, en-ob- tain Information; and application1 forms from secretary, L. UEIOH, P. p. Box. No. Lnth- bridge. WBLUNOTON BROR.-TI1. ton. rkpflraanmn aatf Raboatmlaf. Owwral Dceonttat ffn Wrttlag. Estlaatw ftrm Tie eUMt MtaSlNaei 'paiatan ta M, 1471; 17M Ktg, Doris I. R. Cocq __ rrr-T x COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO, CP.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Mellta Kmpreas of Britain ,Dcc, 15ta JAS. .GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all other Atlantic Lines. -O AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTSx THpRE Wit L BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON TWP. to, RGE. 21, W. OF 4 HER., MILESI NORTH.OF WELI.AfID, 6 MILES WEST OFvRAY- v MONO, 7 MILES EAST OF MAGRATH ON FRIDAY. NOVEMBERS COMMENCING! AT t O'CLOCK SHARP N One team geldings, 7 years, weight 3400; 1 team' mares, 10 rmd 7 years, weight 3000; 1 gelding, 17 years, weight 1206; 1 mare, 17 1330; 1 mare, 4 years, weight 1259; 2 geldings, 4 years, weight 1200; 2 mares, coming three years; 2 geldings, 3 years old; 2 bay mares, 6 anil 8 yearn, weight 1550; 1 bay mare, 7 years, weight 1500; McCormlck mower; 1 gelding, 3 years, weight 1250; 1 brown'gelding, 6'years, weight 1550; 1 new 8-foot Dedr- Ing binder; 1 old 8-foot Deerlng blnier, In running i 12-Inch John Deere plow; new-Illssel trailer dtsc; drag har- row wiih cart; 1 now Itf-pan Kentucky doubledlsc drill; i potato digger; 1 hay rake; 1 Sludebaker wagon, good an new 125-bnshe! graln-'Unjivl fanning mill; 1 hay rack; now I'A ho.rse- power gas.engine 'and.washer; 1 democrat; shovels, forks and other tools; 2 of work harness. .No reserve as the ownar. is giving up. farming. HllMERS, Owrier. TERMS J. A. SMITH, Aucliorieer LOUIS 8CHIIMERS, THE j in Ftencli dry cleaning. We oldest dnrien Is city. We use genniBe French system, which COT- trery ,spot eliminates irble Injary to garments.'gtrlng high class resalti. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1818. Collect and LOO PrlBSSlNO. Rcpatrtng and alterations.well done at reaaonablo, prices. sell (IT ail deliver soods. IK 7tb SL Sonlh. Phone 15IS. FaiBi LtirnaBg BpeeUlty xjstnetorr for Ekeortetl' Work Oardttrm TnipMT DECOR ATINO A. Paperhanjmt IK.: Fonth." ili- K. L. COPELAND. B. R. KENT, Pyrarold Decwrattni? Co. liter- or decorating and psptrhanjlap a laity Satlntled customers our aim! Phone 1903. 616 12th St Sonlh. OXT-ACETTLENB WBLDINO N. KTJTH. Corner M Ave. aud tctfa Street' CHIROPRACTOHS HTRUM SMITH and JONB B. SMITH method i are Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. 10-11 and and bv. ap- pointment. Room 205. Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 GUNSMfTHS JOSEPH DAVIDSON, .DECORATOn. Cttahllshed 1909 Thlrty-ftT9 years' tiperienea fit lor and Interior Decorating- IS7 llth bt South Estimates flta. Phone 1101 _', Farmers When Iri finder any TRACTOB Rcpalra H will be to "your Inttr try We have an'nivtc-flato Bbori aud employ only first .Machinists. Satisfaction In prlca Tractor Cylinders regronnd. fitted with over-sizn pistons NlVEN BROS. Ave. S. Phpna 1732 GUNSMITHS A Iwirc't itrmlghteErf, gana restock- ed. work, dona .by gnraailUi. aide, lockiirepaired, typerrltenv .pbonographg, lljht' machinery'repaired, VI awn mawora D. E. Macdonaldr Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone int. Street, opjxxite Herald RING K DIAMOND IJmEllERlasr-tciau" SETTER 331 S-.-ST WATCH LETHBRIOCE OLD GOLD.a SILVER BOUGHT Carney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TRpUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHiNG FREEL EILIOTT Sheet Metal eth ItoutV Phnnt L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON t'M rnnwnte Agent WINTER RADIATORS ..Why rrot havo your Automo- bile Radiator 'Se-corcd before tho front comes, with 'the best Honey-corab Coro obtainable. Drop in and let us tell yoa, or nsk Bomeono'.who has one. Thoy STANp.UP, ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. -Behind'Silver Grill, Ilemlt by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolen you set'your, money ;