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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AY. OCTOBER 8, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY, HERALD PAGE THREE YOU CANNOT FIND ANY OTHER SALES AGENCY SO EFFICIENT AND FORflGH A SMALL WANT ADS DO THE WORK W, EPLIES! Replies have follow ing Box Numbers: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND s tfepo'lnr Mention The Herald- JSetweon telephone office and Eubw'ay a gold chain necklet with ame- thyst pendant. Kinder ploaso phono 719. _ SVRAYiJD OR From my Tarni on Sunday .night, three black pigs. ID.OO reward fur return to Polo PIsko, 1409 1st Ave. Korlb, uliy.- C Oa Tuesday moruuig, a purse containing :i euin of money P.nd a chciiuo for Finder please re- (o 10? Sec6iid Avo. south and re- ceive reward. Lelhbrldse, Alta. 252-3 S5.00 'liEW'AUD Kor information leading to recovery of one roan mare black colt; maro branded E 11 on, left thith. Hnder 'notify John 1S2S inih Arnnne North or Shone R. Coultiy- 492. i; Railway Service DL'IJLIN', Oct. is hinted in au- thoritative circles'' lcre': IHat Ireland Is faced with a further curtailment In railway operations 'and a possible ces- sation, or at least a severe curta'il nient of all the postal aud telegraph. services.' Tiio 'correspondent under stands ibat tho government's pdsi i Ion Is accurately reflected In th'e fol lowing statement mado to liini this afternoon: "For more'tlian throe uionlus tlio abont half way. be-, twcen Taber and Lethbridge, collec-! 'Mvay employees Lavo refused tors paper satchel, brown, containing i ear-ri .oranlUons 'or the military am blank mortgage forms, etc. sutablo reward if 'istBraea to 021 IGth'St. The railways taken i ove tlie war- under .an act to in tlO.OG. PiKWAHD for Information le ing to recovery of team 'of branded on right' shoulder 1350 Ibs. Fin- der please notify Harold Wood, priority for government use Large sums were paid tho .Irish rail which becefittcd both employee! shareholders, who are mostly J! Irisbmen. "But the government has not NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE .CAN FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF }.TS LEADING PAPER The Herald is the "medium of the local _ field and com- mands the con- fidence of its territory. other agent could do the work as quickly as .The'Herald Want'A'd way such sat- -isfactory results. TRY ONE a lirie; 6 inser- for the price of-4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ANTED Teasers wanted {or hauling twenty Ions of coal from Letnbrldge to Heady Made Consolidated School, sli- teea miles fast ot Lethbrldgo. Ten- ders to be In the hands ol the secret- ary by Thursday evening, October 1320. GEO. A. DELANEV, Secretary-Treasurer. P. 0. Drawer S Letbbrldgo. I TAX RECOVERY ACT SALE, las been hoped .that a way out might be lound which would not involve the itoppagb of railway facilities, but the Lime is coming iwhen the. government may have to insist on its rights." TRINIDAD DELEGATE, DIES IN MONTREAL O. Box 444. Hctlaw, or at ranch T. ceived the priority for wWell It paid 15 11 17 W 4lh fael' has been actually deprived i lead-i ing to the recovery of a bay weight about 1100 Ibs., two while bind feet and white spot on nose. Miss H. Drown accompanist. 'Hran'ucl' on thigh. gSSBJ'. G.-Tapcr--_ Mohammedanism, Rev. G. li; Thompson, Bow Island, llKa.v M. Gilbert; of yOU'NlPT'have located 200 head of strav horses between Macleod and Lilic. Fcr ,12.00 per brand will in', spect IheiH! horses and notify ov.-nsr MONTOEAL, Oct. funeral took place yesterday of tho late' Adani Smith, C. M.. well.'knbwu" mer- chant of Port of Spain; Trinidad, Brit- ish West Indies. Mr; Smith: was in Toronto attending the recent. congress of chamber of commerce of tha British empire and while-there contracted a cold. Coming to Montreal, his .condition became worse, pneumonia' supervened, auu he died last Sunday; He was CS years of age. Toronto school .teachers consider- ing group Insurance, lands in the Municipal Dis- trict 'of i Plains No. 33 for taxes. Is hereby given that cer tain lands lu the JIuniclpaluDlstrlct of Flowery Plains vNo. 33 will bo of fered: for sale for arrears of taxes am costs on the 16th day of October 1920 at 10 a.m. In front of the Secret ary's Oflico'at Etzikom, Alberta. AND FURTHER take notice ttia' unless all arrears and costs as ad vertised against each parcel in th Issue of the Lethbrldge jlerald of Fri day, September 3rd, 1320, and In th corrected list In .regard to certain i lands published In the Lcthbridgo 1 Herald on Friday, Sept. 10th, are not sooner paid 1 shall proceed to sell the said parcels. Dated at Elzitam, Alberla, this First day of September, 1320. HOBEHT GARDNER, MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage, -adies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710.' Hal! Block, lib. St., Ground .Floor. Farris Service Scientific J. Everywhere. Contingency basis. We set lulls. Everytb-Ins In accountancy. Prompt attention. AcaJIa Block. .'Pbpse 1616. OENTAL DR. M. r i -cite orltoyal CoUeje ot Dental. Sw- ceons, Toronto. X-ny Office: Kponu to T. Brjia Block. Phone mi.__________ DR. L. T. gradtSS University ol Maryland; X-ray- equipment. Office, Boom 8 Rylandgi: Phone 1165. Dtt. WILL H. BuetttJior to Dri. Ham and Ham.' Boon 9 to S. Offiu Block. Phono 174; OB. T. W.'FOX-DJiNTIBT. North WMtwe DM.U1 Ity, Cileafo. idenca shone Offlcsa: BttlWtot r- WATER LOCATOR WATER can locate water for you. I never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies. Eth Are. A, South. .Phone 1247, Lettibridgo. the W.' Mi S. served, a j and a social time .was spent togetlier. Last Thursday afternoon 'Mro.' H. Grigsby entertained a few of her of brand: For rounding up'horses and friends at ..her home. A pleasant.co- pasture extra charge. 1 -Ivingston, Alta. G. Fleming, time uas 'spent and during the afternoon. tho by. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN STHAYED-Tivo brown mares, brand- ?rrs' Ed Thompson, served a dainty] 1 rishl thlBh. One sorrel; liorse branded onright shonhler. One sorrel Qm iiorse branded as at leit. o _ .lily colt, 4..years old, J400 white .hind foot J-illU IUH., tlHU WllltC 1I1I1U not linker' scar on nosTu? yoimpst'diragliter of i M -1. j ill t i UrtTp t TTftpl OL JS.psr head will ne-sivea Tor recovery.'. Phone R109, Retlaw. 257 TENDERS'WANTED Tenders will bo received by Ihe lindersisnei until Ociober Dili for conveying, tlio children of Rowlands S. D. 1145 to Kobleford School. Tend- ers must prorldo'for suitable convey. nnco. Distance round trip approxl iv.ctsly fiftepn miles. (Signed) Wm. Cawdron, Secretary Newlands S. D, 1H5. Ad P Corresnonrtent) lunch. An event, of into rest, to tha nmnS' friends of-tho young couple in this district took place'last Monday" after- noon, .when Miss Upse llurlburt, the bride'of Mr. Hilton Parker, son of Capt. and Jirs. Parker; Bow Is- land, the ceremony being by licv. E. Cragg in the Lethbridge Methodist Church. Their many-, triehds extend to the newly.wedded conple their best wishes for future Mrs. George Monds.-accompanied her brother, Mr. Percy Dec tor, who had been conple- of weeks at.her home, as far as Lelhhridge last Thursday oii-his return trip to Ed- monton. Mr. Coombs, of LethbrMge, -was a business-visitor in-town.'. Messi-j. A. D. Roltc .and; were business'visitors in Lethbrldge last Friday. Miss Snnberg.. of after a pleasant.visit with friends, retu: ed to her home in Etlninnlon last week. 'Mr.-. Fred HenuorEOn returned on Friday from Lethbridge. where she had been a' guest of her daughter, Jirs. J. Henderson, for a few days. and Mrs. J. J. Brown had as HOW IbLAXU, Oct. Last Thurs- tiipir' house guest the latter's sister, day .oftrr.Tbon the Anglican- Ladies' eayton, of.Regina, on her way Aid mot .it tho home of the President. tnc const. Jlrs. P. Duffy, where a pleasant and j JIr I5d wilmot returned on Satur profltable atlernoon 'was spent by frotn a business trip to Lethbridgo: members', -'1 Mr. FJd. Downing, who lias ,spenl first of Ihe series of dances, 'the past couple of, months, .working at Which was given by the 0. W.. Vr A. carpentering In Gleichen, came on last Friday night in the new hall, was Sunday to spend a few days with his a great success. There was a large family hern. He reports good crops In attendance and all lovers of the danco Glelchon district and good business. had the of a good floor and; Mrs. .0 excellent music. The Auxiliary of were uow Island visitors one V. A. served Iho lunch. iday this week. Quito: "a number of Bow Island; Mr. and Jirs. Roy Maclean, of Win jieopIe-haTe been, tip to. the Grassy Alfred, motored hero on business on Lake since tho fire to flew tho after- (Monday. nmlli. While IhB cause of so many! Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Larson were fires is unknown, yet certainly every j Uow Island visltots from Wlnnlfrcd precaution bf. used now when ion Monday. thing Ir, so dry. Mr. W. A. Biilcman, who was bum Mr. W. 'n. Long, of Wlnnltred, ha: ._..... ,tak6n a position In one ol the Bow Ing some weeds on the farm tho other jlslanrl elevators. morning, put out every spark Mrs. Harris left on Monday morn as ho thought, but at noon the Ing for a few weeks' .holiday. Sh funned up quite a liro so that it was. difficulty It ,vos got under con- trol. The fire ot Mr. Hopkins' on_ Tiles- ilay, which burned the barn'and ua practically new car, also destroyed furniture, clothing other things that was stored there, heelilo over money. There was no Insurance so this is quite a heavy loss for Mr. Hopkins. Tho Sacrament of The Lnnl's Sup- tier was ndmlnlslcrdd In St. Andrew's will visit In Omaha and other slat cities. 'Clarence Is.clorktn part time in Ihe 'How IsJnmV Grocery Messrs. C. ISoleyn. T. U. Hnnds, J Turner and Ed have left fo itie Delia district; making tho trip b motor. Mr. .and Mrs. Nordln, Pleasan View, were business visitors In low on Monday. Mrs. Grace Carson and SIlss Ml dred Prousc- returned homo from th "Church-oil Sunday'evening last by j coast some days ago, Mrs. uarso Her. V. M. Gilbert to alitiat thirty uias gone to tho'roast again, tahln communicants, of which nineteen flier little daughter with her. Mis were lioys and girls. Pronse will remain with her paren: The Women's Missionary society for some lime. hoW an open meeting yesterday after-! Mr. IllKcin Parker cnme