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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. OCTOBER 11.' 1920 i'HK UfiTHtJKlDGE DAILY HSKALU PAGE THRKE -HERALD WANT ADS DO THE WORK WELL REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 32, 47, 54, 68, 73, 74, 89, 113, 119, 129, 132, 140. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND HWhen iientlen The Herald, pendant. Finder please return to Miss Balantvne, 12th St. C. north. telephone office ami Subway a gold chain necklet with auie- phone Finder please 115.00 REWARD Information leading lo'recqverv of one roan mare With block colt; -mare- brasdod H on left thigh. Fhider uotlfy John USS-lOlh Avenue Norlli or Co'altry. daj'; about" half way be- tire'en Taber-'am) collec- tors paper'satchel, brown, containing V, ink 'mortgage forms, etc. Suitable reward if returned Jo Oil 16th 'St. N. (Continued From Front Page.) REWARD for Information lead- ing to recovery of team of mules, branded .on right shoulder Weight about Ibs. der please notify Harold P. 0. Hoi aw, or at ranch T. it, w.. 4'ft: public hearing before a special com- mittee of parliament of every claim for tariff protection" by any industry. lie asked for the re-opening ot the inquiry begun, by 'the. board of com- merce :with7 particular reference to profits'made textile industry. HonJ.Geo. Langloy appeared before the commission following Mr: Turgeon. Put Onus on 'Manufacturers Certain material conditions' depend- ent upon tariff revision must ba sup- plied if. tjie proviitce of Saskatchewan is to said Turgeon. -There Id only one great-industry, in the-jrbv- ince, and anything thai will make, (hat more attractive IE a hintter 'of' portance. The provincial legislature, he said, Is unanimous In its support of the requests mentioned in the resolution and considers the "present .tariff op- and has urgec its revision.- He.referred re'so'lu TnompBon, Bow Island, "Were you content with the reclpro- "-jcity asked the chairman.- Mr. Turgeon replied. located 200 head oil -He urged that a different plan be stray Tiorses, between. Macleod "and itlPcd to Jook Into the tariff question Lille. :Fo'r.18.00' per brand 'n-Uy putting the onus on the protected spect'. these ;Kurses and notify. interc3tSi leaving them to show' that of .brand, For rounding np horses and continued protection is necessary. pasture extra', charge; Alta. G. Fleming, 246 Coalhurst tohcr -dark, bay horse, on Oc- branded Jin right shoulder. One llzlit Ibay horse, branded on {right thigh. .Binder j notify J. C. Brewer, Boi Coallmrst, and brown.mares, branfl- "h right thigh. One sorrel] onright shcjulder. One sorrel lior'se branded as at left. 4 years old., aboui Mr; Turgeon referred extensively to the -board of commerce inquiry and read from the interim report which claimed went to show, that the. inquiry had at least revealed that th'e textile industries had taken''advantage, of the lariff to make exorbitant interim- report, he held, 'has shown that the tariff has'been' abused and that the inquiry should be.continued. "The tariff bears on the farmer we' have "priraae> evidence that it has been abus- he said, and continued by asking whether a possibility exists for any other- inquiry.'by ,a committee from the boose of commons or any other body with authority 'i, .ifard of {5 per head will be given for recovery. Silas Myers, Taber: Phone E109, :Retlaw- 257 NOTICE Impounded In the Coaldale pound, October olh, 1920, 1 bay horse, white spot oh one colt, one dark bay'gilding-'while spot on face, DISPUTE OVER'WINNER OF AIRPLANE RACE PRIZES MONTREAL, the air- plane nee here Saturday, Mr. Daville landed thirty seconds ahead ,.of Ade- lard Raymond but failed to rules laid down'for landing.. Tlaymoml offeied.iirjst prize. He refused to accept It. claiming he had ed J. H. Glbts, poundkcepor. Ckjaldale, Alia. FOR EXCHANGE miles and back to. the now 'air larbor at; Three planes competed. THREE KILLED WHEN MOTOR BUS OVERTURNED TO Ford track for milk cows or young stock, Vp.luc truck, Write Box 304 ___ -mifl ICC. I 1778. J'OR wishes to trade of improved, farm land for residence in Lsllibridge; lo- cafed.in good fanning district. Snap for immediate possession. WILL For irrigated land pr city property a IfiO aero fanu, 40 acres surniiierfallpw. good lotA mile: Mil.'c River district; 425 per ncre. Apply R. D. Floming, 27 Dominion lilock. 251-6 Apply Box ORENSE, OcL Three jiercpns were killed and seven inJurtM by the overturning of a motor bus here yesterday. ENGAGED NEW CREW TILBURY, England. Orf: Tho steamer the crew o Saturday refu.slrig "to take the vessel to-New YoA'unless ar rangeraents wore made for the return of the mon to England, sailed yester day. A new WHS engaged am took the vessel to. sea. FOR EXCHANGE r We have ten acres of orchard with a four-roamed collage, well located at Crewwell, Oregon. whibh we, will ejchan'ge for a quarter or halt scclion of im- proved Eoulhem Alberta Land, and pay difference in cash. THE B. 13. TAlNTKIt CO.. ALTA. 203 THEFT OF VALUABLE BAG OF REGISTERED MAIL WANTED.TORENT FWhen Itfrplylnff Mention :-Tho He Fa WANTED TO Furnished house'or apartment, wanled for monlh or six waeks. Possession any time in October. Phone 6C2. 212 QUBIiKC. Oci. polio herj? liavc no definite information to jjivo out in connection wlt'n the a theft of n' valimblo bag of ina.1 i from a car while Iho mall was bein taken from the post office to the C. f R. station on night last. Th ot detectives, slated hat "they, were working on tha case." middle of Novem- ber, furnished suit or-sirall hotiso or bungalow; lip children. Apply Box 96 WANTED TO RBNT--J5.00" reward will be paid to the person who Informs advertiser where IIG can rent five to seven room house that he rents. Ap- ply Box 13C Herald. Anyone knowing (he whereabouts ol Arthur Gordon Quigley, formerly ol this city, kindly notify R. K. Murray, P. 2100, New paylon, Alia, .NOTICE Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Arthur Gordon Qulgley, formerly of this city, kindly notify R. R. Mnr m, phono 2100, New TJayton, Alia. A MINERAL DISCOVERY SOUTH PORCUPINE, Ont., Oct. 11. large vein is reported fo havo icon encountered by diamond drilling v.ork now under way.on Iho Porcupine Miraclo property at The value, of the mineral in the vein has not liecn announced.1 UNITED STATES FARMS INCREASE SMALL 10 YEARS WASHINGTON, Oct. are in the United Slates an Increase of or 1.5 por cent. of a tolal number recorded In 1910, tho census bureau announced Thurs- day. G ff ff ff f-f .V 't POLES SAY IT ISN'T TRUE PARIS, Oct. Polish.. Q 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- mands the con- Idence of its territory. No other agent could do the; vi'drk .as quickly as (The Herald Want Ad way an'drbring such sat-, isfaetory results.. :-.5 TRY ONE 8 cents a .line; 6 inser- tions for die. price of '4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS -CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE CENTAL KING OF GREECE BITTEN BY MONKEY LONDON, Oct. A turn fof the.better In the conilition of King Alexander of Greece, who has been ill as the result of haying been bitten by a- inon- key several days ago, was re- ported in a bulletin issued at Athens at 7 p.m. Sunday. The bulletin said the general state ol Ihe king's-health seemed to _ show marked signed ot.ini-; prpveme'iit. Medical Massage Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone Hull Block, 7tb St., Ground Floori Our New Steam Pressing Machine on your clothing. WheVdone properly, pressing- and sponging .will muka your garments wear longer. Wby not have your pressing'done by ..the; newest pro- cess..'Our prices are. reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned ___.......J1.75 6uit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 P.O.BOX MO PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS PATERSON AND CO. 54 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that no further appli- cations for gas service will be received After 5 PI, Oct. (Signed) CANADIAN WESTEP NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEATS POWER CO. 620 7TH STREET, SOUTH PDTAIQES NOW. DIGGING, QUALITY FINE, YIELD LIGHT. GET YOURS NOW. TON OR CAR LOTS. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers COALDA'LE LETHBRIDGE Doris L R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, 1 ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Destret News Agent WANTED AT ONCE Powgr Hbuse Firemen Wages for 8-Hour Shift Mil I rPU niLLlKil HILLCREST, ALTA. Qasses in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, i CALGARY THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. BTH, 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 0 Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lcthbrldflo Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can ob- loln intoraatlon and nppllca'Jon terms from the secretary.' L. LEIGH, 0. Uox No. C. Loth- bridge. Trader Slofor Electrical Power Plant Steam Milling Karm Mechanic Railway Architectural Mcchnnlcal SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machlnory Farm Carpenlry Farm Forging Oaa Engine Storage. Battery Vulcanizing Armalifro Winding Welding Machine. Shop Praclico CORRESPOND- Short per term. Regular per-term.' Special arrangement. For further Information and enrolment apply (o Provincial Institute of Technology and Art, East Calgary, oA p. A. CAMPBELL, Director pf Technical Educa- tion, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta, Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Contlisgeacj basis. We get re- "tulls. Everyihlns !o 1'rocipt attention. 1 Acadia Dibct. -Phoso 1616. WATER LOCATOR can locate watsr for I never hare failed. Charges.rea'sohbble. T. L. Davles. South.: Phono 1217, Lethbridge. POOR PUPILS Maybe she wouldn't be a poor pupl in school 1C of sight Ti'er normal." Any bleacher will tell yo that impaired vision makes a cull to concen trato or retain. your chll read. If she'holds her bDOk too or roads see us at, once f or; a freo examlnatio of her eyes1. j HENDERSON' In R. A. Wright'E Jewelry Store. Gurney-Oxiord fyrneces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITJ1ING FREEL A ELMOTT 8heM Metal Workurt 338 6th 1719 K. M. OHA1K u-te ol Koyal of geoss, Toronto. Olf.'cc: 'Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan filMk.' Phone 1071. R. T. University ot Maryland; ICrmy.J. equipment. Office, Room S SylandJ Buildiug. Phone 1165. K. WHO. H. Euccetnor to Drm. liarn Karri. Honri 9 (o S. OHiw 1'loct Fhoab "SJ4. K T. W. ;GRAB- Nortb Wotem DscUC Ity, Chiuro. OUtoe, phooJ 713. OUicet: 'd Bulldog. lotklzc tta B. OKNT18T. ttiduate oi at DU- Papcrhanirlng. Phonu 690. 611 8th Avenue Sooth. .117 E. L. COPELAN'D. B. R. KENT The Pyramid Decorallng Inter lor dccorntlng and paperhanging a spa- claltT. SaliEfled customers our aim. Phone 1903. 518 12lh SL Sonlh. JOSEPH RAVID30N, DECOHATOR. Established 19D9. Thlrty-flvo years' eiperlence In Eiter lor p.nd Interior Decorating. 967 Jllb hL Estimates free, llej. Phono 110 1 AUTO TRUCK- 1 Light and Heavy Driving I I THE CITY TRANSFER I J, KERR 5 Phones! Office 1143; Res. 683 g I 203-28 WINTER RADIATORS Why not havo your Automo- bile Harllator Re-cored boforo the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell yott about It, or nsk someone who has one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man 412 4th Avc, S. Behind Silver CrIK. Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repalrt It will be to your Inttr. eit to try U3, We have an op tc-rlBle Mnchins fihop and employ only first claas Machinist. Satisfaction In price and workmanship.-'' Tractor Cylinders regrcund, and fitted with ov6r-slrt> and rings. BROS. PRIVATE HOSPITALS HR VAN HAARLBM private i Hos- pital, 122! 7th Are. S, LeUibrldge; Phone- Accommodation for nr- glcal, and maternltT t-enta. Private '.nd rooms. Ratss {3000, 13300 and a week. Write tor mtormallon to Mis. M. 31 Van Hunrlem, Bapertn- tecdent MUI1C LAI HE S DOBLE Teacher of Piano, Theory Mnsle Method, studio will reopen about the middle of September 232 26 ISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the.Rbyal Academy and Hoyal' College of Music, England., 100 per cent, last, year successful.________ iTiS. W. II. .of Piano sind Theory. Pupils prepared lor tli6 Toronto Conservatory ol Music, exams if desired.-: ,'Annnal recital Studio, 1238 5th Ave. A, South CLEANERSrANB rHB Specialist m French dry cleaning. We are the oldest In the city. :We..use ;the genuine French' system, COT- era spot and eliminates -poi- Bible injury to garments, giving high class results, Special attention ta country 324. Bth Street South. Phone 1S12. Collect anJ deliver. CLEANING, Repairing and alterations: veil Spile ot reasonable prices. We. cell'fot and deliver goods. 820 7th St. South. Phone 1628 OXT-ACKTTLENB WELDINO W N. KUTH, 4 Corner 1st Ave.' anil ioth CHIROPRACTOnS lBMITH and JUNB 11. SMITlI methods .aro Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and Room 205. -Sherlock Block; Phones 1677 and VIAVI CTlANGE OP LOCA- MANAQBMBNT Information and Literature1 free regarding Viavl Remedies, wherefcy sufTc'rcra become welliwithout atioiis. Mrs. K. F. Hunck, rasidenca ii27 Slh St. S. Phone 1S33 48( SPIRELLA COR3ETIEH6 BPlRSLIiA COKSBTS AN1> ACCESSORIES Mrs. F, A. 1815 7lh N, 1112. GUNSMITHS 1732- GUNSMITHS i barrels ttrMghteneo1, pins ed, eun Work done hy A gnnsffilth, kers made, locks repaired, blcrcln, trpowrltera, phonographs. ligbt michlnerr repaired, lawn hArpened. D. E. MacJonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. Mk Street, opposite Herald ofDce. PIANO TUNING O, H. TUNBHt-H Player-Piano and Organ SO years' factory experience HOB. ours Certificate M T. Ann, London. England. Heferenceiito the muilclans ot the city. UM, 627 10th St. 8. J ;