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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUISSIMV, ucninsu o, I.VH THIS LETHB1UDGE REPLIES! Replies have been received for the tollow ing Box Numbers; Hi 38, 45, 49, 54, 68, 78, 80, 89, 104, 113, 115, 121, 129, 132, 148. CAUL FOR THEIR ANSWERS PAGE THRIil} ANBIOR SUCH1 SMALL COST-HERALD WOT ABS DO THE WORK WELL HAY FOR SALE I FOR EXCHANGE "Replying "Meriltou Vli? Hfcr'atdi j Tltplyirg Jlfnllon .The HeraM) FOR prairie bay, WANTKIK-To trade" for laic model Red.Top and Timothy. Wire or write [louring or'runabout car, clear .tttlo for, prices. Prairie .Coal Trodiiiie, Supply.'Co, Ltd., 311 Mcln'iyre .Blopk, Man. 215 IRRIGATED M'IXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAS EXTRA FEED VALUE We can now mafee prompt shipment of this class of hay'at a very reason able, price. Superior quality, lowest prices and excellent service guaranteed on'al hay produced In this dis- SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY U21 SECOND AYE. S. PHONE 132. fifty foot building" site with two lots at'rja'r on Eighth Avemie, close to school-and car'line, and sewer. Apply-W. Williams, 1245 5th Ave. Ai LAST, WORSE''OUTFIT IN .MONTANA TP GO i ''OUT.'of' EXISTENCE Great Long X outfit, the last big horse. outfit, In.. on October 4, B and C will .dispose, of the last.of.its head of horses at a public sale at Malta, This outfit is selling off the horses to make room for. cattle and ;the .coming salo .will mark tho passing of ono of the largest industries of Montana. A previous gale was held September C, 7 Bnd 8, and horses wcru then sold to Texas buyers. The Montana range horsqs have for several years hccn virtually off the market, and the large ranch. Interests-of. the state de- voting their lands to cattle and sheep raising. i LOST AND FOUND. n Repjyiric Mention .The- Kerala IX) Thursday" last, one bunch of keys on key ring; finder please return to Lcthbrldse Hotel. Between telephone office and subway a gold chain necklet with ame- thyst pendant. Finder please phone 71S. _ 251H5 GUN ARD grip containing "krilfe sharpening outfit; owner may', havs saoio by calling at 714 IHh Street S. THE PAIITY who found fiir neck piece and'notllied Hiss Mclnlosl; at Standard Bank of same, kindly phono again. Phono. 1-ilj. STRAYED OH. my farni on Sunday- night, three black pigs. 55.00 reward for return to Pete Plsko, 1403 1st Avp. North, city. 250-6 leather wallet containing some'valuable papers of no value to anyone tiiit the owner. Kindly return to J. 3. Baskervllle, 1211 Sth-Ave. A. S., and receive reward. STRAYED-To my place, N. Sec. one bay_ geldiug weight 1000 Ibs., branded-on right shoul- der. Owner apply lo Hunt, Iron Springs. ?5.00 RHWAKU For iiitormntion leading to re'covery.of one roan mare with-black colt; nuVro 'lirarjded1 E U on left thigh. Finder notify John Yaiioslcfc, 122S 10th Avcnuo North or phone R. sfo.OO HEWARIi for information lop ing lo rccoyerv of team of branded on Tigtit sbouider .Weight about 1350'Ibs. Pin- der pleaso notify Harold Wood, P. O.'Box 414, Hetlaw, or at ranch T.I have head of stray horses between Maclcod and For per brand will in- spect Ihsse librscs niid notify owiwir of biMml. rounding up" horses and pasture extra chai-ge. tl. Fleming, Mvlugstun, .Alia. .246 Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAIUKG5 NEW Vbstrls....Oct. 11 Carniania..Oct. 2! K.A; Vic... N'ov.'C Carniania..Nov. 2r Vic... 4 'Cafmania. .Dec. 1! NEW .SOUTHAMPTON; AqiitanlajOct. 13 "MauretanltfOct. 2 Tmpefator.N'ov.' 1 AquiUm'a.Nov. 23 Imperator. ..Dec. NEW "BOURG. Caroiiia.. .Oct. 21 Caronia.. Jani NEW BOURG-rHAMBURG. 30 .Saxoaia....Dec. NEW via i Columbia. .JCov. 6 Columbia, .Dec. eolumbia GREECE Oct. 3 MO NT R Cassandra.OcL'iti Salurnla..0ct. Cassandra.................. Nov. 2 For full information npply to any II. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main Winnipeg.' TENDERSWANTED Tenders will be received by the uudcrflleneil until- October Dili' for coiiveying tlifi children of Xcwlands 3 D. 1H5 lo Noblcford School. Tend- srs must provide for suitable convey- ance. Distance of niund ,trip npnroxi- mfttely fifteen miles. (Signed) Cnwdron, Secretary Newlaiiils S. Ad P 'Aro you to your Old" Country.'for "Christ-' mas? A. rush business is. expected dnrlng'Karcnilior ond December and wo advise early aupllcatlnn' .for reservation. Phono 1412 anil full informa- tion regarding rates am] sailing be chcoyfulty given, THE AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlg'mbolham Block Information Tenders vfantcd for hauling twenty (SO) tons of coal from Lclhbrldgc to Ready Made Consojldaled School, six- teen miles east of Lelhbrldge. Ten- ders lo be, In, the hands of Ihe sccrel- ary by Thursday evening, October 7th, '1920. OEO. A. DBLANBV, Sccrelary-Treasuref, P. 0. Drawer 630, Ad Lelhbrldge. 'NOTICB TO: C.P.R. TO LIVERPOOL Empresspf Britain ....iOct. 13 Minnedosa :.......-....Oct. 16 Prince Fred. William-----Oct. 20 Mciagama------'.........Oct. 23 :Vlcforlan 27 30 TO GLASGOW Sicilian................Oct. 13 Pretorfan 22 JAS. GORDON PHONE Tickets Issued on all other Atlantic Lines. 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 and you'll be sure of a reader followingi. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS TENDEKS Estimates will received by (be undersigned for Installing a hot water heating system In tha Miners' Lib- rary, Lelhbrldge. Tenders laust In on or before Sept. 31st, and should be addressed to ROBT. Sec.-Treas. Miners Library, 733 lUth St. X. MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7lh SU Ground Floor. OINTAL TENDERS Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned for hauling coal to mem- bars of Local Unlpu Xo. 574, employ- ed at the Gait Mines. Tenders to be til OH or before Oct. 4th, 1920. Addressed 'JROBT. PEACOCK. Sec.-Tre'as. Miners Union No. 574 733 13th SI. Lethbridgo. NOTICE Anyone knowing the whereabouts of. Arthur Gordon Quigley, formerly of this city, kindly notify It. R. Mur- ray, iihone Now Dayton, Alia. i OSCAR KflAUSB, Neiniscam, Alberta. :TAKB NOTICE that the Slacey Lumber Company, Ltd., has commcnc- an action against you In the DIs trict Court of the DIslrlct of Leth bridge to recover the sum of 452.18 In'respect ol your promissory notoj dated July 21sl, 1917. if >uu dispute the claim or tiny part thereof you aro lo flic with the Clerk of Iho above named court a Dispule Mole on or be- fore Iho 13th day of October, A: 1S20, otherwise judgment may be sign- ed against you. Dated At the City of Lethbrldge in the Province of Alberta, Ihls 2.0th day of Seplembcr. A. 1020. COXYREARE, CHURCH .AND DAVIDSON, Solicitors for the I'lalnliff herein. L -id Z CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 364 M.i. WANTED AT ONCE Power House 'Wages for 8-Hour Shift'-; Apply HiliCREST COLLIERIES. UM1TED HILLCREST, ALTA. Change In Train Service Effective Sonday, Octv 3rd, 1920 Trains 7 and and 10 (Trans-Canada Limited) ivlll be witb- "drawn, train Easlbound passing Calgary. Sunday, Oct. bound, Tuesday, Oct. 5th: i: Trains 13 and-14 (Soo-Paclfic Exprees) will atso-bo withdrawn, ''last iVo.'l'J passing Calgary Westbound Monday, Oct. No. It Eastbotmd ,12.f 3 a.m.. Monday, Oct. 4tli. -fa .following liew service wiU'Jjo inaugurated: C Calgary to Mnclood and return, Lv. Calgary S.50 a.mVAr. Mac-' leod 1.00 p.m. Daily except Sunday, bv. Maclcpil 3.00 p.m., Ar. Cal- gary 7.00 p.m. Calgary to Empress and return, .Lv. Calgary 12 uooh Tuesi'nya, Thursdays and Saturdays, Ar.-.Empreus'10.10 p.m., returning, Lv. Empress '.'M Slondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays, 'Ar. Calgary 7.51) p.m. TRAINS WILL ARRIVE AND LEAVE LETHBF.1DGE ON JHE FOLLQWIMG SCHEDULE EAST AND. WEST Arrive. i Leave. No. Medicine Hat to Ffirnic, Oran- brook, Spokane, Nelson, etc. 3.36a.m. 3.55 a.m. Nelson, Spokane, Ci-anbrook. Fernie. .'etc., to Jlodfcltib'Hat 2.20 a.m. 2.45 a.m. Medicitie Hat and intermediate 12.50.p.m. Medicine Hat ami intermealiito. stations......................... 4.35 p.m. Cardstou to Cranbroot and iu- termediate siatloiis...............1120 a.m. 1.10 Cranbrook to Cardston and in- iormcdinte alations----............. i-I.OOp.m. Farris Sen-ice Agency Scientific Collection! Everywhere. Coatlngeacy basis. We get tulls. Everylhlns in accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acedia Block. 1616. M. ORAU i Ufa of Uoyal of LMlUl Toronto. X-raj meat j Office: Roonu 6 to 7. Brj4n Block.' Phone 1071. L. T. Den list, graduiti University of Maryland; equipment Office, Room, 8 Rylluda Building. Fhone UK. WILL H. to Marrj Uarn. Hour. 3 to 6. Otfica Block. Fhono U1J. T. W. GRAB- tats Norta Wei tern DeDUI Ity, pionj IU; nt- phone 751, OKiou: Unloa WATER LOCATOR WATER can locate water for you. 1 never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies, 121S 6th. Ave. A, South. Plione 1247. Lethbridse. Ol W. gradua'.t of Obicxo Collcse at litl Alberts Block, UcLeod BttM. Btow. tice 701. 4.30p.m. 4.10 p.m. 3.00 a.m. NORTH To and intermediato points 53S-From Calgary and intermediate sta- lions ....12.45p.m. 'No. To Calgary1 and intermediate 3ta_tions 514 From -Calgary and intermediate sta- tions...... 3.00a.m. SOUTH 63 From Cardston and Intermediate Bta- tions 11.20 a.m. To Cardston and intermediate stations 4.30p.m. Oreat Falls, Coutla and inter- mediate staliona 4.30 p.m. To Coutts, Great Falls and inter- mediate" stations 9.30a.m. xKo. 641 From .Manyberrles and intermediate stations. 6.30p.m. S.45 a.m. zNo. 642 To Many-berries and Intermediate sta- tions 8.45a.m. "Daily except Suhday xWed. and Sat. iTuea. and Frl. J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, AlUi. Classes in Tecbica! Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. 8TH, 1920 COURSES OF. INSTRUCTION Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plant Steam Mining Farm Mechanic Hallway Architectural Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS ACCOUNTANCY- MAIL CONTRACT SEALED TENDERS, addressed to he Postmaster General, will ba re- ceived at Ottawa until noon, on Fri- tho 12th ot November, 1920, for of His Majesty's Mails, .on a proposed Contract for four week over tho proposed routes: Lolhbrldge Rural Route Xo. 1. Lethbridse Rural 2, Lethhridge Rural Route No. 3. Lethbrldga Rural Route No. t. Frorfi the Postmaster General's pleasure. Printed, notices containing further Inforraation as to conditions of pro- posed Contract may be seen and blank forms of Tender may be obtained at Post Office of Lelbbridge, and at the office of the Post pffico Inspector, LethbriJge. FilED H. SMITH, Post Office inspector. Office Inspector's Office, 27th September, 1D20. Ad H POOR PUPILS Maybe sho wouldn't bo a poor pupil in school if ber jiupils of sight were normal. Any teacher will tell yoi that impaired vision makes a child careless, unable to concen tr.itc or retain. Watch your phllc read. If 8ho holds her book too close or reads with .u btruihetl expraiato see us at once- for of her eyes.- J. 'M..HKNDBBSPN---V, In R. A. Wrigbi's Jewclry'Slore. UH. C. 51. rLBtCHBU, DentlBt, graoV- uatu of ihe Chica'go Collego of Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous Oxide '-'gas equipment for extractions. Office i and 4 Empress Block. Hours 9 lo 12 a.m., I to 5 OH. VVM. p. CRAiO, DenllsL Grafluaio and formsr InitmctOf Dental "ischoai, i Chj'cft.go, 111. litjlnbotiiABi, f Blooi. Tclejhbne B'l7j. S. .fling X-Ray equlpmtol. Bryan Block. lo 5. Phone 1'Tw. iiats of Chluso College ot In o'ral turgarr cialty. Satisfied customers our aim phone 1903; 616 12lh SI Soutb. JOSEPH DAVIOaON. DECORATOR. Established. 1309. Thirty-five years' eiperlence In Eiler ior find Interior Decorating. 687 llth it South, Estimates free. Boa. Phone 110 AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Draylns 1 THE CITY TRANSFER i 1 J. KERB I 5 Phones: Office 'M3; Res. 683 1 203-28 l let Andy Do It If yonr auto or tractor radiat- or needs, repairing, tho "know tho equipment and the biggest shop in Alberta Is it your scrvlco. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAM 412 4th Silver Grin MHS. W. 11. of Piano and Theory. Pnpib prepared for the Toronto Conservatory Music einms if Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave, CLEANERS PRESSERS TUB in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We me ths genuine Frenrh synlera. which cor- tvery spot snd eliminates pbs. tible injury to garments, giving high results Special attention ta country work. 321 6th Street Soutb. Phone 1S12. Collect .end deliver. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well at reasonable prices. We sell anS deliver goods. 320 7th St. South. Phono 162S OXT-ACETTLENB WELDINO N. KUTH, Corner lit and IBth CHIROPRACTORS HYItUM SMITH and JUNE SMITH methods aro Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis .Hours: 10-12 and by au- uolnlment. lioom 205, SherlocX Block. Phones 1OT and 1111. VI AVI Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It wiy be your cst lo try US. We hovo an up-lo-dalo Macbtni Shop And employ only titst class Machinists, Satisfaction in rrlca and Cylinders refronnd, and filled with over-size and rlnga, BROS. 216 1tt Ave, S. Phone 1732 CHANGE Of I.OCA-- MANAGEMENT and free regarding Vlavl Remedies, whereby sufferers become well without opcr- alions. K. F. Hunck, reBldcncc 527 Sth St. 9. I'honu ISoj. "IS SP'iRELLA CORS5TIERE SI'IKELLA COIlSBTa AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. r. A. Parter, 1816 7th AVB. N. Phona 1112. GUNSMITHS OllNSMITHS barrels stralghlened, pins restock-. work dons by a gunsmith. made, locks repaired, bicycles, typnrrUore, any light raechirory repalrod, lawn tbnrpened. D. K. MacdonAld, Indian Motorcycle Agent. IliDtio 1033. Stfc i Street, opposite Herald office. PIANO TUNING TUNER-' Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. 20 rears' factory experience. Hon- ours Cerlfflcate M. T. Assn.. London, Kngland. Relercoccs to the leading musicians ot the city, t'hone iiSi tsi lotb st. s. ;