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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13.-1920 f HE DAH.Y HERALD PAQE THREE YOU CANNOTM ANY OTHER SAHS AGENCY SQOTM SUCH A SMALL COST-HERALD WANT ADS DO THE WORK WEU. REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 32, 38, 46, 47, 53, 68, 73, 89, 95, 104, 113, 115, 116, 129, 132, 148. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND pd) aa 1 led" bracelet watch oa Tuesday night, between Masonic hall and'Nurcing >r somewhere near that district Finder please return to Nursing Mission and fecelvo reward. "about way be- tween. Taker und Lothbrldge, collec- tors paper satchel, brown, containing blank mortgage forms.-etc.- Suitable reward if returned lo K? 18th St.'N. JIO.OO RKWARU for information lead- Ing to recovery of 'team of 4muT branded on right shoulder -K Weight 'about 1350' Ibs. Fin- 8KJ der please notify Harold jp P. O. Box 444, Retlaw, or at ranch T. NOTICE Take totico that tho tax ment return of the Municipal District of Eureka No. 55 respect of the herv.u uaavriura-iuwis at tho court of confirmation heW Tiber oil tfra 19th day of November lyiS, .and unless such kinds are re- deemed, on or. before tho 19th day of November will bo' ab- solutely fbrfciled for. con payment of hues. Part of All t: 6. N. 13. 14 of Si N. B.'yi of 33 N. of 4........ R VJ W.'lfe of 5 'of 7' 15, R. 17. W.x4th.____'_ RKWAHD for information N. B.. 'A of 36 fug to the recovery of a hay niare, w- U of SS..... weight about 11.00 Ibs., two white hind of 3 feet anil white epot on nose.- of 9 Branded on right thizh. of 2S G. II.'Tborepsjn, Bow Istoul. USSi 0( 2S..... iiii N. B. of 30 of 3 Llrlngs.on. Aita._____ Prom Coalburst v 7tb. dark 'bay horse, m.right shpulrter. bay .horse, Branded right thigh. Finder notify J. C. Drawer, Dei 131S, Coalhiirst, Alia., and suiiahlo reward. _ U of on Ocv S. B. 14 of 15 Cv W. of 20 .V, H -.y.. of 21 'A ot 22 S.' ot 32 N. B. M of 23 N. W. M o[ 24 S. H. of 2S IN. E. y of 30 NWi-fv-t r: premises, Sec. f i. 11, R. 22, W. 4th Mcr., about J, One brown cow branded Infl 'rllic ol NOTICE Tp, jloft I J'.vner is responsible tor s K ,r 0. 30 I keep-after this notice HBI V7 u o't 35 ajijieurs. K. Doverr, N. >J 0; jc ;v ij-'oj 2U __ N w y BRAY, STRIKE LEADER, jx. a of 36 SPEAKS' ATs BELLEVUE j J'- IN. of 1 (From Our Own CorresBOiiJoot) H w of 1 BELLEVOB, Oct. Leslie jjr_ n ol 4 Green, son of -Mr, and Mrs. Viof 8 was'operated on" in the-nolle- s. g ifcl 9 vue hospital for appendicitis" on Mon-1 g, 13. i.; Of 10 day and is doing nicely. JR. w. of 10 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Emerson, one jg. j-j. i; of-12 time superintendent of the Bcltevue s W. Vi of 12 lins returned from Peru, SoutH America, and lire visiting ia camp, s. ID. of 34 tlie guests ot Mr. tmrt Mrs. Stephen x. 14 of 6 Humble. v js. K. 0 Mrs. Robert Cr.ruey and son baveis. w. V, of 9 moved up from Cowley. for the vriulcr. s. B, of 9 Mr. n. Connelley is spending n fe'.viK. B. Vi of 10 days with his sister at Pincber Creek. JS. Vi of 10 Tho government road ganr; Is tear- IN, B_ yt of 16 ing up the street through the business i S. B. V, ol 16 section of liallevno and II v, ill he some All n time.before they will-be risht.ngain. K. of 10 You have to leave yrrar car 10 of 23 S from'the nldewalks. ot Charlio Graham baa sold out his j.All of icol room Luclness to George ot S Vi of 10 poo Una. Hutton iias returned from Cal-jN. W. of 16 gary. wliero ho beta [or some time S. H >t of IS uniiergoinfi medical treatment. S.B. ji ot 10 Bill Goodwin, who a month ;S V.'. y of 25 in Sutler, returned lo camp on Sat-jlv. W. '.I of 27...... urday. iw- w- Mr. Bray, of WlnninoB. one the N. W- 'i 12 labor leaders who was sent to jail E. of IS....... completed his sentence, lectured in S. Vi of 13 tlie Hex theatre on Tucsd.v.' night to N. V; of 1-1 75 people. Me B, ot H Winnipeg strike from start lo finish N. 01 JS and he well received by some of V '-i of aO the Bellevue people. or NOBLEFOUD GETTING 28 SHARE OK GOOD THINGS IN. B. of 31 A Herald Want Ad. carries your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands of od help WaniAd Choose your tenants and get the the HeraMWdnt Ad. power Herald Want Ad Notice is hereby given that no futlher appli-' cations for gas service will be received After 5 PJLOct. li PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS SMOKES STOGIES IN BED AND BLOWS THE i SMOKE IN HER FACE Louise B. Her- man, of Chicago, has filed suit for divorce against Nathanlal Her- man. She alleges In her complaint that her husband smokes ctogles In'bed and blows smoke In her face. THIS WINTER WHEN YOU. COME TO VANCOUVER On account of tho warm winter climate of tba PacIBc Coast, and the wonderful attractions of Van- couver, Canada's greatest seaport, thousands ot Prairie folk aro now planning for their winter's rest and recreation lu that famous city. When you come to Vancouver, call at. our offices first. Make them your, .headquarters. Without obli- gation oar entire organization IB at your .service, or w-rite in ad- vance for any information 'you wish. It you bring your family, you will want In rent, or perhaps .to buy, a house, or if. rooms for the season are desired, we will hunt them up for you. Or If you want to take up a small friiit farm with- in easy distance of tho city, we have many excellent listings. G. M. HAMMOND CO., Established 1907. 512 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B.C. MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Clock, lib, St., Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get tnUs. Everything in Prompt attention. 4 AcaJla Block. Those WATER LOCATOR can locate waler for you. I never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davles. UW Bib Ave. A, South. Lothbrldge. ot IS CffilAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LSGBT, HEAT POWER C9. 620 7TH STREET, SOUTH POTATOES NOW DIGGING, QUALITY FINE, YIELD LIGHT. QEf' YOURS NOW. TON OR CAR LOTS. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers COALDALE LETHBRIDGE DO YOl! SQUINT? If you do it's a sigu that you'r having some eye trouble. To ?iec your eyos' under such circumstance may lead into a serious state ot a fairs. The best advice we could give-' yo is, ECO us. An examination will te at once whether or not you nee glasses to correct'any eye fault. J. M. HENDERSON Care, ot Wright's Jewelry Store, Doris I. R. Gocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, 'PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITUSE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. 9INTAL K. U. .T uto ot Uoytl Celitce ot DteUl Oltice: Roonu to 7, Phone 1071.- 1 R. U T. University ot Uarylind; 'X-Hr equipment. Office, Room 8 KyUndJ Building. Phone 1165. K WiU. H. Butcaiior to llun uul to 6, BSock. Pkoao 174. iR. T. W. GBAC- North Du tty, Cbleiro. 1 shout Kl OlUcci: UM >C W. O. ot at DM-. evrttrj. Alberta' Block.'. licLeoi Btotm. tlce shoes IWL n. C. M. FLETCHER, Dentijt, trad- cate o! the Chldago College o( Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous Oxide equipment for extractions. Office; 3 and 4 Empress Block. to 12 a.m., 1 to 5 p.m. DH. WAI. CHA1C, A, n of and format Instructor to Nortt- UilieraliT Hduxtf., Ul. HlciBboUiua DlK't. SvT. Houn S.iO. >H. J. K. Izlag in pyorrHoa; X-Ray Ofltcb. Suite 'J, Bryan Block. 9 lo 5. Pbone 1659. DR. P. w. grad- uate ot College of Dentil Surgny.. !n oral uid dlseui.9 ot the rnontb. -HoErci to 13. 1 io Hlocfc. Pogna 1193. OSTEQPATHIC -F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 327 Eth St. S. Empresi Phono 1515. Pbono 1927. DR. J. E. HORNIKO, OSTEOPATH1C 516-18-20 -Saerlock" Bl Uours 10-13. L-2-4.- aal AppolntmenL-. .1959, PKSVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAABhCH iTIvalo Hos- pital. 122' 7th ATB. S., Pboae 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, .medical and maternity tools Private xrt roomi. Rates ?30.00, 133.00 and. J3S week. Write ;ni mformatlon to Ktj. )J. H Van Uinrlem. supBria- tendeat. MUSIC OLAIRI3 S. DOBLB Teacher P.Iano, Theory and Fletcher, Mnslo Method. Stmlio will reopen about the middle ot Seplember. 2S2-2S L. D. So Publications AT CARDSTON KM. .COOMBS'. Deseret News Ajjant ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Eiectrla Mght MS Power ContracsSfi Phone 133J (From Our Own .Correspondent) NOBI.EFOUD, Oct. Tlio ladles IN. W. V: oD 1 11 IS. W..Vi ot 2 IN. B. Vi of ti- 11 11 n( Nnbleford arp giving a Thanksglv- ft Df M 11 (__ t., niirninf nn i hot fowl supper on Wednesday Qf n October 20, In tho basement f 14 -1- eve; ot the church. u There Is a good pro- grain being prepared and everyone is 'Invited to come and have a good tltno. Collection. taken at the door. N'oMetord secmn lo bo getting Its full share of gool'thlugs at present, in the Kay of onlerlnlnments. Last 15 15 15 15 16 15 15 15 15 llh 4th 4th 4lil 4th 4th 4th 4lh 4lh 4th 4th iHamlel ot Springs, Plan Number 6890 A. U Lots 4 and 5, Block 6. DATED this lltli day of October, 1920. ROBERT McI-ACHLAN, of trio Munlcl- Satii-doy night the K. of hall wasj Dj3trlct ot Eureka No. 05, crowdad to hear n mixed mnelcal pro- Atl'X gram of more lhan average merit. On Saturday night, October 1H. are to have a real treat. Miss Badceley, the7! Babies Born in baby f h he them as far. as Medicine ter In Oregon. Miss Livingstone hick lo lown. .jorn Ch, ngo has black lungs In three weeks, M Commissioner oday, In a vigorous address on Is welcomed its an lion Association which mial session. '.'Every year persons die o I pneumonia In continued Dr A r.HAMPIOM CROP j Robertson. KJhftmnloi Chronicle) "The Inhalation of large qiiaiillltea Wright and Sons have recent- smoke or carhbii is a predisposing ly completed threshing what Is one cause of death. of the beat crops In this dlslrlcl this j year, Their summerfnllnw averages 27 bualiols per aero and stubblo 22 over Ihcir entire acreage. is unrtoubledly due Instance to farming but al the same time duplli-Ufed by those who tho time anil do tho nccos- work. 'TO ELECTRIFY BRITISH ROAD Sir Arthur Tease, 0 Ixmdon, who Is here soys the Norl; Eastern Hallway in Knpland soo: be electrified. Flo is studying Illlnol WANTED AT ONCE Power House Firemen Wages for 8-Hour Shift Apply ffllCREST COLLffiRIES, UMITED HILLCRESTj ALTA. Cenlrnl eloctrifjciitiou nntl Chi- cago I'iibllc Utilities anil1 stool indus- tries.; Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEU TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. 8TH, 1S20 COURSES OF INSTRUCTIOH Association of Army and Navy Veterans'in Canada Lethbrldce Unit, No. 34 desirous of Joining the above association, can ob- laln Information and application forms from the secretary. U LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6, Loth- bridge. 6tb st 3, LeihbriflEO. Farm n Specially Contractors for Efectrical Work on Csrdston Temple: MliiS AILBBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho eliminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College; .of Music, London, England. .100 pe? csnt. last year successful. MP.S. W. H. ot Piano ami Theory. Pupilo prepared for the Toronto Music exams if desired. Annual spring recilal. Studio. 1238 5th Avo. WKT.LINGTON- BROS.-r-Tbe Decora, tow, and General Dcforsllnf and 81 BB Wrttlri! (tlrm. The oldeit fiitabllshed palnten In Res phone H72; office thons 178J. Sherlock BWg., Uth- bridge. Alpgrta. CLEANERS AND PRSSSERS' A Decorating Psperbanging. Phone tSO. 611 8ih Avenne sonlh. Traclor Motor Electrical Power Plant Hleam Mining Karm Meclianic Farm' Machinery I''ami Kami Forging ('as Engine Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armaluro Wlndliig Oxy-Acetyleno Welding CORRESPOND. Machine Shop Practice Short per term. Regular per term. Special arrangsment. For furthir Information and enrolment apply to Institute of Technology and Art, Calgary. or D. A. CAMPBELL, Director of Technical Educa- tion, Parliament Buildings, Etimonton, Hallway i Architectural Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL- TINSM1THING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal WorkAra 3J6 Ptiint 17i3 E. U COPLAND. E. n. KKNT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decornting and p'aporhanglng a spa- elalty. Satisfied cnstpmem our aim Pbo'ao J503. 616 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECOTIATOR. Establlabod 1903. Thlrty-flTO years' In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. 357 llth bt Sbnth. Estimates free. Rei. Phons ItSl TUB nil st. .m iFrench... dry cleaning. Wo'are the oldest clc-anors In Ihe city." We nse'tha gcnulaB'Ktenrh system. Trhlch cdT-''; era every spot, and Injury lo garments, giving hljhf class results Special attention to country work. 324 6th Stree't Soutbj Phone 1812. Collect and LOO -PHESSINO; RepalrlnB and alterations well dons at reasonable prices. Wa'seU.'of- deliver goods. 320 7th St, South. Phone 1628. _: OXT-ACETYLENB WBLD1NO' W. N.-KUTH, Corner 1st acd ISta Street.- CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNli n. SMITH raelhotls are Nature's Free' consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by ap- pointment. Room 205. Block. Phones 1677 and 1141. AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Draylng 1 THE CITY TRANSFER J. KEFIR 1 Phones: OMte 1143; Res. -683 g 2D3-2S WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Ke-corcil Ijeioro the frost comes, wllh the best Honey-comb'Core oblaliiahle. Drop in ami let us tell you about It, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 412 Avc. S. Behind Silver Grill. CtTANClB OP I-OCA' MANAGEMENT ami Literature- trea regarding Remedies, whereby sufferers .become well without Oper- ations, Mrs, K. llunck. residence) B27 Sth.'St. B. Phone 48 6PI3ELLA CORSETIERE Farmers Wlien In of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Iriltr- es( to try US. We have 011 up todAto JInch'.as fibop and employ only-first class iiscliinlsls. 8alUfactlon la jirlce and workrannahfp. "Traclor Cylindera regrftuna, tind llttcil wiib oycr-sizj ptstonj and BROS. 1732 8PIRELLA CORSBT3 AND ACCESSORtas F. A. Parker, 1316 7lh Ara. N. GUNSMITHS NIVEN 218 Avc. S. tJUNsflilTHS ft flUf? barrels Elrntgbtened.' E'UH restock- ed. gnn work done br ker> nude, loclts repaired, blerelM, lypovtrHers. phonographs. light repaired, lairn tnower) ibnrpcned. D. K. Mncdonild. fodlaa Motorcycle Agest. Phcne 1031