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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta '.MONDAY, OCTOBER 1920 1T1B TK JJAIliX PAGE THREE HWCAIOT FIND ANY OTHER SALES AGENCY SO EFFICIENT AND FOR SUCH A SMALL COST-HERALD WANT ADS DO THE WORK WELL REPLIES! have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 38, 46, 47, 49, 54, 68, 71, 73, 89, 105, 113, 115, 121, 127, 129, 134, 148. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS HAY FOR SALE iitltrkl SJealtoo flu HeraHl FOR Ittnltooa jralrle hay, Bed Top and Timothy. Wire or write Cor Fnirle Produce Supply Co- Ltd., JU Man. 216 IRRIGATED MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAS EXTRA FEED VALUE We can now prompt shipment It this of hay at a very reason.- able-price.' Superior Quality, lowest and excellent service Guaranteed on all ot bar produced In tbis Met. AND GRAIN COMPANY 1221 SECOND AYE. S. PHONE 732. NOTICE Anyone knowing the whereabouts ot Arthur Gordon Qulgley, formerly of this city, Madly notify 11. R. Mur- ray, phone Z100, New Dayton, Alta. IRRIGATED HAY THE BETTER HAV OROWN, CUBED, BALED, LOADED We follow each result, satisfactory 1 ALFALFA. Miied Tlruolhy and Alfalfa. Alfalfa Meal. FARM PRODUCTS LTD. meas- ures" art lo be taken to enforce the terms of tbe treaty with Germany and Austria 'and prevent a uaiou between these nations, si-ould tbe proposed Austrian' plebiscite, decide' in favor lot to tbe foreign office .-todayl (The Austrian national assembly oil October 1 adopted unan Imously a motion calling on the g6y- ernment to'carry out within six weeks a plebiscite on the union.of Austria with Meanwhile it is understood no ac-1 ticn will be takeu with a view to pre- vent'the holding of the. plebiscite un- til views are exchanged between France. Great Britain and Italy to de- termine, whether such'a plebiscite- comes under the ban of the -ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people of your own city and district. Send your ad. to the Herald aiKTyou'll be sure of a reader followingl V PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS TENDERS Estimates will be received by undersigned for Installing a hot water heating >y8tem ia th'e Miners' Lib- rary, LelhbridgB. Tenders must be In on or before Sept. 31jt, aud should be addressed to RODT. PEACOCK, See.-Treas. Miners Library, 733 :Sth St. N. Lethbrtfge. TENDERS Trill by the ua- for hauling coal Lo mern- I bars of Local Uglou No. 574, employ- j ad at the Gait Mines. Tenders to be In" on 'or before Oct. t 1920. fcOBT. PEACOCK. Miners Union No. 574 133 IJlh St. North, LeinhrMge. E MDEIMES Cbalilale, .Binder for 550 ft. GET YOUHS NOW! 117 LOST AND FOUND f.tyhen -Itepirlns" Mention Tlie llcnilil. sales book. Kindly return" to' office of Coca Cola company. -170 k and single gear ca'sf- iug on Coaldale Ilpad. Ownor can WASHINGTON, Oct. Brit- ain with- teu delegates will have tbe largest .representation at the prelim inary sessions of 'the.' International Uommimicntions conference to he held lere October S. The official.list of delegates-announced by the Elate dc- arlrnent'shoTrs that the other larger u-eis will be represcnteli as follows: "France, seven delegates; Ilaly. and Japan five each United States four. Subjects to be taken up at Ine-pre- limluary sessions ol the German cables, arrangement Now Brunswick, the date.and meeting (From Our Own Correspondent) ORION, Oct. days ol the past'weeks have raihe-r Interfered with threshing, but machines claim aamelat Cooa Cola Co. and pay-! working near town, most ot the farm- for' 171 pair horn rlmmeil glasses, in black leather case. Finder-please return to-636 Sth St. Phone 14S1. ___________ Arlington Hotel on Sept. 17th, one'blaCK grip. Wanted particularly letters, photos, etc., In THRONI-HEIR SEEKS DEATH CONSTANTINOPLE, OcL 1. Associated Abdul Mejld, heir apparent to. the Turkish throne, aitempt- ed to comuait-Gulfide Thursday night by trying to swallow pols- on. A man servant dashed the bottle to the" floor before its conteiits reached his lips. The attempt at suicide is be- lievetl to have been due to despair over his country's f uturo. re-organized for the coming jeason on Thursday evening." Mrs. Carriithersf returned home .Thursday rammer's visit in full conference and preparation ot its agenda. The BrltisTi delegation will be head- ed by P. J. Brown, of the onico..aiiil among it s :mem: hers two representatives of Canada, L. C. Christie, of, the Canadian de- partment of external affairs, and C. P. Edwards, superintendent of- the radio telegraph .department of tho Cana- dian naval service. Mr. Jas. Thompson has bad finish ed for him an artesian Am broEBj BImmelt, Avflow of -about a gallpn" a minute hasx been Becured.- ;.'Mrs. Best of Calgary, arrived today to visit her ANXIOUS TO LOOATE IN PERU MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone !710. Hull Block, 7th SI., Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency Scientific Collection Everywhere. Conllncescy bash. We re- mits. Everything la accountancy. Prompt attoatlos. 4 Acadla Block. t Phpca 1616. OZNTAL DK. M. ORAU- ot Itpjal ot DvnUl 8u- geoaa. Torooto. X-rij equijimejK. Office: Rooms S to 7, Block. Phone KU1.___________________ UP_ L. T. ALLEN-DenlSat. traduiti University of MaryUnd; eQnlpmect Office, Room S Rylandij Building. Phone 11C5. WATER LOCATOR WATBK can locate water for you. I never have failed. Charges reisoaisole. T. L. Davies, 1218 6th Ave. A, Eoulh. Phone 1247, LethbrliJge. JUDICIAL NOTICE IN TUB MATTBH OP AN ORDIN ANCH RESPECTING THE CON FIRMATION 'OF OF LANDS FOR TAXES: AND IN THE MATTER OF THE AP PLICATION TO HAVE THE SALE OF THE FOLLOWING LANDS.TO WALTER S. GALBRAITH OF LETHBHIDGE, ALB5RTA CON- FIRMED: TO: OLE JORGENBON and EVEN' JORGBNSON ot Alberta, With respect to Lots 3 aud 4, Block 36, "LcthbrldBO 4353-S." and TO: KATE G1LLELAN, Lethbridge, Aiberta. With respect to tbi North half of Lot 34 and the 'ffhole of Lot 35, all in Block Plan "Leth- bridge 4353-S." TAKE NOTICE, that an application 111 be made before His Honor J. Jackson, Judge of the District Court of Lethbridge, in Chambers at the Court House in the City of Lethbrldgc, on Monday the 18th day ot October, at the hour of clevei o'clock In the forenoon or so Boon thereafter as counsel caube heard for orders confirming the Ealoof the above properties, which sales were made by Donald A. Duff, as City Clerk of the City of Lethbridge, by virtue of authority vested in--him BB such to Walter, S. Galbralth. of the .City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta tho City of Lethbrldgo, In tha of Alberts, this 16th; day of September, 1920, and delivered by Bait Holyoak, Solicitors tor the applicant. Approved: DM. WILL ,H. Suceiwr U> Dn. Ham tud HMTI. I to 6. Ulock. fkooo IT4. UH. T. W. IMETrtST, GRAH- North 11 y, Cbicaro'. gkou 7lf; Meott UoVrn Baut BalMbg. UL >Y. D. OBNTIST. ot Chicago o( fcl Albwtft BkMk. Bnw. Clolilsj Ot- ttto J. 'A. -Jackson, J. D. C.' Ad Y ers near town have got threshed. At th'e petals'-further from town there is Etill a considerable amount to uirash. The best yield for wheat so far reported is 28 .bushels to the acre for Nick Lareen, Ben Webber has 12 bushels to. the aero of flax on a 100 acre plot. 0. F. llrodin got 38 bushels of wheat .per "aero on summer .fallow, and S. lEgglestcn got IS'on-summerfallowed STRAYED OR my] wheat. farm night, three black! Work luw gone pretty smoothly pigs. J5.CO reward for return to'l'eto j around here, of course there has been LONDON, Oct.- by British subjects desiring to migrate to Peru have fairly flooded the Peruvian j conEul.-gencral's ofnce in. this city. Fif- j.tpen Hundred men with families have t applied for credentials since the Peruv- ian government, through its consulate here, published sir -peeks ago, an oner of free trans port a tiou and additional financial.assistance to its emigrants. Plsko, 1409 1st North, city. la few mishaps, Geo..Wagan had the front wheels of his steum engine leave leather Iho other part through the breaking some valuable papers of no value to! of a holt. anyone but the owner. Kindly return Mr. Linguist In the Mlnda district, to J. J. BaEV.erYllle, lill 5th Avo. A. S., and receive reward. my place, N. W. Sec. 16-11-20, one bay gelding weight 1000 Ibs., branded on right-shoul- der. Offner- apply to W. J. Hunt, Iron Springs. REWARD for Information lead- Ing to recovery of team of mules, branded on rilbt shoulder Weight about 1350 Iba. Fin- fcSM der notify Harold Wood, P. 0. Box 444; Hetlaw, or at ranch T. W. 4tt. 249-12 have located 200 stray hontcs -between Mncleod and Lllte." For per hranii will In" these horses, and notify .owner of brand. For rounding up horses and pasture, eitra charge. G.' Fleming, Alta. 24S FOR.EXCHANGE Ilfcrtld) To trade for model touring or runabout car, clear tltlo fifty loot building site with two lota It rear on Klghth Avcnae, clone to phool and. car line, on water and inrer. Apply W. Willlamt, 1JM Sth had thc'mortih'c'atlon of seeing one of ills stacks of wheat go up in smoke and flame the morn ins he intended to thresh It. The machine was on the place at the time, but as it was an oil burner the cause of the fire can- not he attributed to il. Mr. Wm. Morrison while working Matt Johnson's steam outfit, had the misfortune to slip and got his foot badly crushed, being run over while puttlnif on the bolt. He, by the help of crutches, has been able to keep at his work, being the engineer his ser- vices were important to the running of the machine. Mr. and Mrs. AH. Thompson have been spending a" few days in Orion dis- trict. Rally-day was observed In the Orion, Sunday school, a'gotid muster of schol- ars and friends gathered ln-the after- loon and tlie printed program was fpl owed. Special singing, reading 'fit parts of Scriptures, etc., by tho schol ars. Special mention should be made of the Ringing by the primary class, also a duel by .Master and Jliss Paul. Tho address was given hy.Ilev. II. 0. Woods. The exercises were led by tho superintendent .of the school, Jlr. Jan. Jackson and a liberal offering taken up at the close of tho ser- Are. A. south. 4 Tenders wanled.fpr..hauling twenty (M) tons' of Coal from LethbriiJge to Ready MaOe Consolidated School, six- teen mllSB east of Lethbridge. Ten- to be In the bands of (he secret- ary by Tanrtday evening, October 7th, 1920, Ad 8 OEO. A. Secretary-Treasurer, P. 0. Drawer 630, Lethbridge. TENDERS WANTED. Tepderi will ha received by tho underajgneil unlll October conreylng the children of N'ewlanda S n. 1145 to Notlcford School. Tend most provide for convey anct, DMancg At round {rip approil truitely f miles. (Signed) 11 Cawdfonr Secrotary Ad P Our OM'n Correspondent) FOREMOST, Oct. District Court held a seasioa in Foremost to- day under Judge Jackson. An appeal case was being heard. Mr. Strain, a "armer, was being charged with oper- ating a liquor still unlawfully. Mr. Virtue of Lethbridge, appeared as jrosecuting attorney and Mr. Me- Kinnon of Bow Island, acted for the defence. After hearing the evidence the court cIoECd, the case to be decld- ed'later. Mr. sola big stdck and im- plements at a well-attended auction sale last Tuesday. Ho hns rented his [ami anil purposes going to Virginia for the winter. The quarterly official board of1 the Methodist church met at tho parson- age In conjunction with the trus- tee hoard on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Uagnall, district Organizer for the referendum campaign committee held a meeting at Burlington school, Wednesday evening and .organized for the campaign. Messrs. Reg. and Wendell Car- ruthers left for Edmonton to attend college last week. Messrs. Clifford and Brit. Hunt left yesterday morning for Kdmonton to attend Alberta college, south. Mrs Hunt went with them, Intending to spend n few days in Edmonton. The girls' club and also tho boys PLEBISCITE ON UNION WITH GERMANY Oct. national as- sembly yesterday passed the third reading of'the new constitution and then, adopted unanimously a motion offered by the Fan-Cermans calling on the government to carry out with- in six weeks a plebiscite on the uu- Ion of Austria lo Germany. FORMER MONT-ANA MAN Don- nelly, elected "president of .the North- ern Pacific, succeeding J. M. Hanna- ford; who resigned, Is widely known in 'Montana and especially in Helena. He was a member of the law linn of Wallace Donnelly for three years, leaving in 1907, for St. Paul where he became assistant general counsel for the road. TEACHERS REFUSE 30 CENTS'AN HOUR CALGARY, Oct. high school teachers have declined tho of- fer of the department of-educatlon to re-read certain examination papers In matriculation, for a rate of 30 cents a paper. They have asked that they be paid 60 a paper and they have been refused, according to a statement of a member of the Teach ors' Alliance last evening. The first frost of the season lo bo, noted was on the 25th and 26th ofi Sept. The total rainfall registered .here for the month of September, only am- ounted to .04. Hiram Miller and his mother have gone to spend the winter In British Columbia. Frank Wesley has gone to Medicine Hat to w6rk as fireman oh the C. P, R. LABOR LEADER 18 HEADING ILLINOIS FARMER-LABOR TICKET SPRINGFIELD, 111., Headed by John Mtzpatrlck, Chicago, for Slates senator and John H. Walker, Springfield, for governor, tbo complete state ticket of the new farm- er-Labor parly wag flleci iii Iho secre- tary of state's ofllce Wednesday sfler- noon.- Their campaign in already well un- der way. Mr. Walker, who is presi- dent of tho Illinois Federation of Ln- bor, Is engaged now In n tour o! the 6UU. Qasses in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV, 8TH, 1920 COURSES Of INSTRUCTION Doris L R. Cbcq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD'AVE. SO. L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON l.M. COOMBS Deicret Nevrs Agent Association of Army and Nary Veterans in Canada Ltthbrldoe Unit, No. 34 X'etcrant desirous of joining the above association, can ob- tain Information end application forms from secretary, L, -LEIGH, P. O. Box No. G, bridge. It. C. M. FLBTCHEB, Dontiit, uate of the of Dep- tal Surgery. Nitrous Oitdo gaf equipment for eztractions. Office 3 and 4 Empress Block. Hours 9 to 1-3 a.m., 1 to a N POOR EUPILS Maybe she- wouldn't be a poor pupil school if her pupils of sight were ormal. Any teacher will tell you at impaired vision makes a child rTOUB, careless, unable to coaceu- rate or retain. Watcli your child If she holds her book too close, r reads with a strained ec us at once for a free examination her eyes. J. M. HENDERSON In R. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. DK. WM. p. CEA10, Dronst. Oraaaaw ,cf and fornwr lutructat la Nona- veilua Ualienlir Dtntal itthooL tiilcajo, ni. Oliicea, Block. Hcmrs I DR. J. S. Dentist, iilng in pyorrhea; X-Ray Office. Suite 1, Bryan Block. 3 'to 6. 0 F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third South. Phone 1959J Res. Phone 1337. _ 5- P. W. DentUt, "crad uato or ei iaTrery. Specialist in of and Ulseuoi of the moutk. Boori: to 11. I io C.30. Block. Poone OSTEOPATHIC DB. J. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. S16-18-2C Sherlock Bldf. Hours 10-12; M, and by appointment. Phons 1999. PRIVATE HOSPITALS JaiD COtD St SI LVBR -BOUGBf -i ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electrlo Llgiit Power Contraetort Phoae 1333 THE VAN HAARLEM Private pltal, 1124 7th Are..8., Fhone Accommodation for BUT- Cical, tnedlcal and maternity pa- ti'ziits. Private -.nd E ami-private rooms. Rates 530.00. K3.00 and a week. Write tnformatlori to Hi5 !.'_ K. Van tendent i MUCIO CLAIRE S. DOBLB Teacher of Piano, Theory and Fletcher Mnsic Method. will reopen about the middle of September. 222-26 Farm Lighting i SpeclaUy Contractors for Klectrlcal Work