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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 192W THE LETHBRIDGE DAI1.Y PAGE THREE YOUCANNOIFIM) ANY OTHERSALES AGENCY SO EFFKMT AM) A SMALL COST-HERALD WANT ADS DO THE WORK WELL REPLIES! received for the follow- ing1 Box Numbsn: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEA3E CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND Reiijyinr: Mention The Htraldr last, one bunch ot .f teya on key ring; finder" iitease return to office" and subway ii'gold'chaJn with ame- thyflt-peidaht; 1'indor please 'pfeono 719. grip'cpntiifaing'-libite sharpening ow'ne'r may hava same by calling lltb Street'S. found FOR EXCHANGE htir Replying Mention The Beia TOR wishes to irade 4s scctlou Unproved farm land'fur sated district.. Snap for immediate possession. Apply 95 Herald. WILL KorJ irrlgatel land or city propertyva tstHninerfatloviYEood V-Udtniis lots of mile; Millc district; per acre. 'Apply n D. FlenSIng, "27 Dominion Block. 251-6 WILL. THE PAUTT who neck piece and notified Miss Melntoah at'Standard Bank of sainp, lihone ajjain-: Pnone 1414.- kiridly STRAYED OH From my fanu' On- Sunday three Mack .pies. reward to Peto Plskd, 140? iBt Ave. city. _- ___ __. licTday" mo rn lus. a purse containing a sum of money and cheque lor Finder please re turn to 107 Second Ave. south and ra telve reward. LotlibrMge, Alta.. 2524 To my 16-11-20, one bay. eeldlng v.-otght 1003 branded, on right -i-honl- der. Owner apply to.W. J. Hunt, Iron Springs. _ 246-6 trade for 'late1 mode' touring or runabout tcar, -clear'tttle 'fifty foot building, site' with' two lots at rear on Avenue, closa to school aiid car line, on water and sewer. Apply W.-Williams, 1245 5th A. Itehaved Well and Leckie is Satisfied With it, De- spite Trouble J5.00 REWARD For information leadlug lo of one roan maro Ttiih black coll; mare branded B H oil left thigh. 'Finder notify John .Yanqsick, Avenue Nortel or pot. 6. (Canadian phone'K. arrived hen IlEWARD for information lead- yesterday In ri Fatrey seaplane which ing to recoVory ot team of piloted from wh win start'frora here on a trana-Canad! flight elated that the flieht from FVederlcton to Halifax was wlthou Incident except'that-they ran into fairly thick fog crossing'the: bay o Fundy.'. The seaplane behaved well and gav every indication'of being in first-clas condition desnito its troubles at Free .right .shoulder Weight about 1350 Ibs. Fin- tier please notify Harold Wood, P. 0. Box 444, Retlaw, or at ranch T, 4tfc. V. 249r-i2 have.located :200'.heRd of etray ihorses between Macleod and Tjilie. For J2.00 per brand will In- spect these" horses and ao'tify owner of brand. For rounding up .horses and Fleming, 245 pasture oitra charge. Alta. -MISCELLANEOUS 'WANTS' Rfplyinx Menlton The Htra.d' BOARD .AND young busines3 105 Herald. ericton.y Col.' that, he has been1 the is convince! 'victim of il NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The Herald is the medium of the -local field and com- marids the con- htlence of its territory. No. other agent: could do ihe work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad' way and bring such sat- isfactory results. 'J TRY ONE cents a line; 6 dons f 09 the price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS NOTICE Any toe kuoirlng the whereabouts of Arthur Gordon Qulglev, formerly of this city, kindly notify R. R. Mur- phone New Dayton, Alta. Tenders wanted for hauling twenty (20) tons of coal from Lethbrldgc to Ready Made Consolidated School, six- teen miles east ot Lethbridgo.' Ten- ders to be in the bands of the secret- ary by Thursday evening, October 7tbi OEO. A. DEIANEY, Secretary-Treasurer, -P. 0. Draw-ir 630, Ad-S Lethbridge. MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7lh St., Ground i'loor. Farris Service Agency BclptUflc Collectloni Everywhere. Contingency basis. We re- Everything In accountancy. Prompt attention. Aeadia Block. Phffaa 1616. WATER LOCATOR ANDERS WANTED Tendors.ivriUbe received by the undersigned ontil October 9th for cpnToyins the 'children of Newianda 8. D. IHSito Notilf.ford School. Tend- ers .nfiiat provide for'suitable-'convey- Distance of rpond trip approxi- mately fifteen miles. (tjigned) Secretary WATBH can locate for you. 1 never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L; navies. 1218 5th Avo. A, South. Phono 1247, Lelbbrldge. OSNTAL Dh. 11. DENT1BT ORA1V o! Koya) CoU4ge o( Dental (eoni, Toronto. X tijuljMU. Office: Roomi 6 to 7, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. (R- Dentist. University of Harylacd; equipment' OfBce, Room S Rylania Building. Phone 1165. Oil. WILL H. BMMoor to Dn. Mam ud Kim. UOBTI to S. HJciAfeoUUB Biaek. Ffcoae up. -T. w. atuc- North WeiUrn lly, Cbleteo. BkcoJ Idecca 1H- OtiieM: Uaioa BulMlag. Ut W. D. ot ChleMO of tal Albwta Block, lIcLcod Bnx. UotklM- etan. OC- He. BbOBa- IWi Newlanfls S. D. 1145.: Ad P GREAT GROWTH OF SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPB Canadian Press.) official trade returns ot the Union ot South Africa for' .the-, fir's t juaiier of 1920 show an enormous In- .reaee orer. the foreign trade ot tha corresponding quarter of 1915. Ira- ports Increased .by'veil over lounds sterling and exports by nearly pounds sterling, exclusive.of' raw gold. The total value of imports was pounds V sterling, and for the first, time.'on record, Bnr- ed in vislue tie'raV gold erportcd.. ot pounds sterling, including raw gold, which amounted to pounds sterling. Biports of wool 'were slorling, and for t! passed in LENGTH OF BOUNDARY LINE a re- pott issued; by; the .United States Geo- logical: Survey the Canadian boundary line is miles long fortune "on "the way to' Halifax, bu "expects'to have better luck from .mo on. This flight Canada, s.ald Col: I-ecWe, iBTnot'a circus Bturiti-but calculated to prove that cross "country Appi v of greater 'inagnltnd f eif i-- clolhlng and fni 710 3rd Ave. S. WA'SffED" modem house In locality, south' side. State price and terms to Box SO Herald. WAITED TO Ema Me'.and ibat Canada'has an" air -----p pilots arid .machines-capable.-.of. sue-' Phone 1736 call Cany'nB OUt tldn't Make Start Oct flying wea- her prevented Col. Robert Leckie, D. S. 0., and Major Basil D. .Hohbs, D. S. 0., from hopping .off.this morning on the 'first leg of their trans-Canada ......___TO mite furnished. Apply Boi 27 Herald. 219 n7mse; suitable for moving." Also-a'cook car. Fam Products, Ltd., Sherlock Block. 69 !ndy will assist bouse work and children aflqr school hours, for board and room. Ap- ply P. 0. l'8a, Cardston. 262-C UNION CLOTHING, NEW AND SECOND-tfArv'D STORE. 110 5th St. S. Phone 452. Vv'e areibuylng all kinds oi second' hand clothing and we .pay the bpst price.: WE PAY MOST EQR.MKN'S OLD SUITS, ODD COATS, ETC. PHONE 1449 OR CALL il4 STREETS. Next Door To Consumer's .'Hardware Co, DELEGATES OF ITAt-Y AND t JUGOi.SLAVIA TO MEET j if weather Vcondllioris 'permit, they wilt 'start' tomorrpw'lmorriing Fiirey. seaplane, fur as Freflericton by Major A.-B. Shear- er, superintendent of the Halifax air station in a flying boat. Col. LecMc expects to go as far as River Du Loup, without a mechanic, at which point transfer will be made into (A. F., flying boat. The flight will, be continued to Ottawa where tho next stop will be made. 'We should reach Ottawa about said Col.' I.cclile. "We fuel there, after 2 hours proceeding to the Eon. If the winds are favorable we may fly from the Soo to Winnipeg without stopping, but if It is necessary 'to re-fuel between these tw'o places we expect to do so at Kenora." ALBERTAPROVALSOL ..HAY FOR SALE (iVhtn" -U'sP'.-'iiir Uentlon rhe Heralil FOR prairie hay, Red Top and Timothy. Wire or write for prices. Prjurle Coat.fc Produce Supply Co., Lid., 311 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg, _____216 _ bit C. M. FLETCHER, penlist, uatc of the Chicago .College pt- Den tal Surgery.' Nitrous. "Oxide1 gas ccjulpment tor ertracdona. Office 2 and 4 Empress Block.; Hours to 12 a.m., 1 a p.m. DentlS, ol and. tenner Icitrcctoi lo Nortk- DenUl UehooJ, Cbicnccs HI. Block. UT, 6.M. POOH PU.PIIS. Maybo she wouldn't be a poor pupil in. school1 if her pupils of Bight, were Timothy. Wire or write MnilBi. Any teacher will tell you PMlrle Coat.fc Pwluce .uun makea a child AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Domestic Science Agronomy Husbandry CONSISTING OF AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCIENCE Cooking, Sewing. Laundry I'riome j 'r.nglish and Arittiftietic- w Houstholi! Management Sanitation Dairying Poultry Physical Culture NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION Veterinary Science Dairying Poultry Farm Management Horticulture Economics, Science BRING GOU) TO U. S. FROM BANK OF ENGLAND PARIS, Oct. represent-, orid.JuKo-Slavia at! Venice to discuss the pcridiug A'driatic question at a time r.nt yet acnonnccd, accoriiing to'information reaching the forelsu posed tho of the conference at Vonlca and the nolgrado government, tho advices state, has'accepted tho Italian city.as..the seat of tho confor- nnco i THIS WINTER WHEN YOU :C COME TO VANCOUVER Ori account of the warm winter climate oi tbo Pacific Cwisl, arid tho womlorful attractions of Van- couver, -Canada's greatest seaport, thousands of 1'rairlo folk arc now planning for their winter's rest and recreation flint1 famous city. When you come U> Vancouver, call at our offices flrsL. Mhko them yottr noadquarters! Without obli- gation our entire organization Is at your service, or write-In ad- vance- for any InformMlon you wlsli. If you bring your family, want to rent, or perhaps' ,'to buy, a house, or If rooms for thy Beaton are desired, wo hunt Ihsm up for yon. Or If you want, to lako u'ii r. small fruit farm wlt.li- ln easy dUlanca ..of the. city, we have many excellent listlnsE. G. J. HAMWOKD CO., Establlshod 1907. G12 Hasllnat St VVestjj Vancouver, E3.C. NO TUJT10N FEE Courses extend over two winter sessions" of five months each commencing Oct 29 and closing March 26 Open tp-bbys and; who have reached sixteen years of age. Calendar of studies and Application of Admittance Forms obtainable from: O. S. LONGMAN, B.S.A., Principal School of Agriculture, Raymond HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister ot Agriculture, Edmonton A. E. MEYER, LL.B., Supt. of Agricultural Schools and Demonstration Farms, Edmonton IRRIGATED MIXED TIMOTHY AND -ALFALFA 'HAS EXTRA FEED VALUE We can now malce prompt shipment of this class of hay at a very reason- able price. Superior quality, lowest prices and excellent- service 'guaranteed on all kinds of hay produced In this- dis- trict. that Impaired nervous, careless, unablo to concen- trate or retain. Ws.tch your child read. If she holds her. book too close, or reads with a Btralried tec us at once for t tree examination of lier eyeal J. M. HENDERSON In R. A. Wright's Jewelry DR. J. S. lung In pyorrhea; oqulDmont Suite 3. Bryan Block. 9 to DH. p. w. uate ot ot DeaUl Bnrjyry. SjedtlUt In oral MTJWT. ud dlseuw at maath. I to 13, I to 6.SO. Bui" S, Block. Paone OSTEOPATH1C: HAY AND GRAM COMPANY 18J1 SECOND AVE. S. PHONE 732. Doris I: R_Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVEi SO. F. H. WILKINS B10HT 8PECIATJ8T Southard Block. Third Santa, Phone 19i t. Rei. Phone 19S7. DK. J. E. HORN1NO, OSTBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. S1S-1S-20 Sherlock Hours 'and appointment PhoTla 193S.: PRIVATE HOSPITALS NEW YORK, Oct. Canadian Wall, Street Journal re- ports that federal reserve banks hare decided to.bring United States the goM which Is being held at tho Bank of England, London, earmarked 'or thdlr account, rind reports that shipments .will probably begin within 'A short time. Tills'gold was purchased In August, 1519, by the Federal Deserve banks from tho United Slates. Grain :Cprp- orntlon. received 11 from Ger-' many in payment of foodstuffs. In Soiitombcr'and October, 1910, Uija gold shipped from the" Continent to tho Unak of England, and .since Its arrival there has been included among tho reserves .of tho Federal Hescrv.o banks appearing in their stalemDiils: under the caption ''Gold with Foreign Agcuolcs." At that time the total value ol the Sold was but this total hns liecu reiluced to through sales of gold from lime to tlnii; In moderate amounts to .banks ilesirlhB to ship gold from the Unilod Stntcs in settlement of trade balances. In i-ocent months such sales have rrrae'.lcally ceased, tlio paper says, and It lias now lieen decided to bring gold to New York. WANTED AT ONCE Power House Firemen Wagw for 8-Hbur'Shift. Apply HLLCREST COIUERIES, LIMITED HILLCREST, ALTA.> j Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lettibrldrje Hilt, No. SI Veterant :deslrons of Joifn'n? the abovs association, can'ob-' tain information and application forms from secretary, L. LEIGH, P. O. Boi No. 6, Leth- brldge, ENLARGING DOCKS AT BOMBAY i UOMDAV, Oct. CanndiauJ itornbay Port Trust nu-J Uiorlllea are considcrlilg llio expnn-, shut of shlppljig Onj the norlhKJst siilo ul tho oxistiiisi dorks. Tlio chief onshicor Is con-j sI'lerlnK a for the conslrnc-! tlrm of a larne naw dock between l.Sowrl roclanintioii Itombay, lo. I be usod exclusively, for export trdrtoj Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPErJ TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. 8TH, 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Traclnr Motor Klcctrlca) Power Plant StCJIKl Mining Farm Mechanic Railway Architectural TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery I'arm Carpentry 7arm Forging (Jus Engine lo rage Battery Vulcanizing Armature Winding Oxy-Acetylene Welding Machine Shop Practice CORRESPOND- Short par term. Regular' per term. Special arrangement. pnr fiirikfr information and enrolment apply to Provlncl.il Institute of Technology and Art, East, Calgary. or D. A. CAMPBELL, Director pi Technical Educa- tion, Parliament Buildings, Publications AT CARDSTON F.M. COOMBS Dcjnrct Mows Agent DIAMOND 'SETTER 33J-5-.-ST. LETHBRIDCE Sr SILVER SO'U.GHT" ELECTRIC SUPPLIES E'ectrlc Light a Power Contreeton Phoaa 1332 THE VAN' HAARLEM Private Hoa- pttaJ, 1224 7th. Ave. S., Lethbrldgeji Phone 146. Accommodation tor sur- gical, medical aid tients. Prltate -.ni moms. Rates JJS.OO Write tai mfo.rmatlon to. Ku. H. B. Van Haarlem, .tendent.- V.-: s. CLAIRE S. DOBLE Teacher ot Piano, Theory and' Fletcher Music Method. Studio will reopen about the middle of September. 282-25 09 Bib SL S. Lethbrldge. Parm Lighting a Specially Contractor! for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. MISS A1LEEN 51. Playing and Theory.; ed for the examinations of the Royal: Academy and Iloyal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. H, ot Pianp and Theory. Pupils prepared lor tho ..Toronto 1 Music 'exams, if desired.... Annual'j spring recital. DECORATING Guraey-Oxford Furnaces ,EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSM1THING FREEL ELLIOTT Metll Workon S3S Sih St SouUi WBI.UNOTON t3ecom- Paperhangers and Knlflotnlnlnn. General Decorating drd Sign Writing Estimates rfrsn. Tne oldest establlshtd painters In Letbbrldge. Res. phons 1472; 5153. Sherlock iildg., Leth- bridge. .____________ A. Decora'tlnj; and Phono 690. Sit 8th Avenue Soulb. l E, COI'KLAND. 15. R. KENT, .The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- for decorating and pnperhanging a spe- cially. SatiEllcd customers 'our aim. Phone 1303. E16 12th 3L Kr.ulh. JOSEPH OAVIDHON; DECORATOn. -Established 190J. Thirty-five years' experience In Gxter. lor and Interior Decorating, 857 lltb bt. Sooth. Estimates Roi. 1101 15S EiimnnirnnnnnnrairatuKimmnnn AUTO TRUCK Light ond Heavy Draylns; THE CITY TRANSFER 1 I Phones: Offi'cs 1143; Rts. 683 i 203-26 let Andy Do It U yoor anlo or tractor radfat- or needs repairing, iho "kcow tho equipment and tho biggest shop in AlborU Is it your service. ANDY THE flADIATOR MAM 412 Silver Grm Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It to your Inter- est to try US. We have an op-So-dato Machtns Shop nnd employ only first class Satisfaction In tnd workmanship. Tractor Cylinders rcgroand. And fitted with over-size pistoaj and rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 lit Ave, 8, Phono 1732 CLEANERS AND PRESSERS" 'HE !R dry are'the cleanfirs In the city. We use tho .genuine French syfltem, ers tvery spot and flllifiliiBtes. pos-, Bible injury to garments, giving class results. Special attention lo cotintry work. 5E4 6th Street Sonth: phons 1S12. Collect and deliver. OO PRESSING. Tlep.iTrlnc and alterations well nt reasonable prices. We for anil deliver goods. 320 7th St. South. Phone 15S8- OXT-ACKTTLENB WELDING W. N. KTJTH. Corner let Ava. ar.d Wtb Street. CHIROPRACTORS IVHUM SMITH and JUNE n..SMrCI> methods are Nature's 'bwii.'. Free consullattbu aad fliiiilvEls Hpura: 10rl2.and 2-1, and-by ap; pbintment. Room 205, Sherlock" Block: Phones 1677 arid VIAVI il'lANOB OF LOCA" JIANAQBMBNT and Literature free regnrdlng Hemcdies.; whereby BufXcroLj becomo well without oper- ations. Mrs. U. P. Huncti, residence- 527 8th St. 0. Phono 1883. SPIRELLA CORSETIEHBv COHSBT8 ACCESSORIES F. A. Parker, 181S 7th Are. N. Phone GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft barrels ttralghtened, s'nns reatocX- ed, gun work by A gnnsmlth, kers made, Jocfa.i repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn thnrpened. D. K. Macdonald, Indlu Motorcycle Agent, Phone