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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UCTOBl'MV.U. 1.920 THE DAH.Y HERALD PAGE THBEE m CAN ANY OTHER SALES LOST AND FOUND (Continued.) IMPOL'NTOIENT NOTICE Impounded In ;Iho municipal- ppuiid keot by the undersigned on the W. 20-4-8'.W. 4th. 1-sorrel horse. 12 years old, 3-white -f white, branded loft JWgb, I black., little ivjiiiy on Ight' front-, fool on left thigh. 'Higlit shoulder I left shoulder. IhdTstlnct brand on right-thigh__ 1 small black; mare, llltio whim right hiud foot, left-eye gone, no Ible'urauil. FRED J. DEVLIN, Poundkeeper. P. 0.' 283 T Nevertheless the Farmers Are About'' Price. Lend Your Ear If you have any article to sell, rooms to vent, property to dis- want to engage help, a PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MKD1CAL MASSAGE A n ch o-r C.P.R. Sailings LIVERPOOL Empress of Britain.....Oct. 13 Mlnnedbsa............Oct. 15 Prince Fred. William....Oct. 20 Metagama.............Oct. 23 Victorian ___...-----...Oct. 27 Coralian 30 TO" GLASGOW Sicilian................Oct. 14 Pretorian ,.'..'...........Oct. 22 JAS. GORDON ......PHONE 512 Tickets'Issued on all other Atlantic Lines. (Prom pur Ovfn .Correspondent.) BARONS, Oct. ary voters'Jist has been "completed ima> be. posted'15 two "public places, onerdf the post office; on the Anyone entitled to vote'i Whose name has been omitted, should see May at his 1 office on or before the ICth of October, j The -total rainfall for the month I of September was rainfall of Thursday last, Oct. 1, hindered tho threshing for a day or two, but helped to purify the air.for several days, as They; bring ;results, and'_, suits count. r... Try (te Way; 8 cents per line (Count' six words a Mini- mum, 2i cents, six inseitiont f o r price of 4. PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL K.A. Vic. .Xor. 6 CarmaDla.NoT.30 K.A. Vic. ..Dec. 4 Carmanla.Dec.IS K.A. Vic. ..Jan. 1 NEW. SOUTHAMPTON MauretantaOct.aS Aqultanla.. Nor. 2 Aquitanla.NOT. 23 Imperator. .Dec. 9 Aqultania.'Dec. 14 NEW DOURG Caronia...Oct. 21 Caionia...Nov. 2; Caroula......................Jan. 1 NEW Baxonla.. .Oct. 30 Saionia-----Dee. 9 NEW' Via MOVILLE Columbia..Nofi 6 Columbia.. Dec. 1 Columbia Jan.-15 NEW GREECE Fannonia.................'.. Nov. S Saturate..Oct. 30 Cassandra.Nov. 2 Forkful I Information appiy to any 5 R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's ollic SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. vfho hoped 15. The Barons and on Monday, welY as "helping tlie summer falloiv. I highest'we have .heard of (there ..may lOct. was xrac.e.more won by Bpr- Mrj. Lunde has had her house been higher) was 26.'.The lowest score to 1 In favor larged by the addition of a kitchen ori'i we have heard of .was flvej except of ithe north. Win a coat of paint, a no- course those in thejlsl.offailures..On jticeable Improvement la'thus made.1. ithe whole, .the farmers have expressed I- At the monthly''.'meeting, of tho! tlie- printer CANADIAN PACIFiC OCEAN SERVICES 364 Si 17th, at usuarhonrsr) [n the local church on Tuesday after-1 mining, only shoveling iripua.drop.rn'i.t'h.o pr.Ice: ..of 3 o'clock.- There was a good stock'pile into_the cars. AI1TOMOBP MAGE LIVE AND DEAD STORAGE FSLH.-WUNTEn -Our accommodation rales and location will Interest car owners in North Lethbrldge, Day 'and night service. Call and see us. North Lethbridge Garage -E..7. O'Sulllvan, 372 13th St. N. The official magneto service sta- tion of the H. C. Hev..DrJ.Huestis, of Rrfd Beer i thcre to sei press..' will preach at Barons and White Lake j. The ladles' aid held their on. Siinday, 'A wheat', has' made't'he' farmers _.., ly.'.question the justice of the whble. fa plans for the .future, situation.. It looks basketball game playei when it is considered- that every effort put'forth sowing In the spring was fraught with tremen-! dous expense and now the rewards for their labors are being thus curtail-, oil. Are the'large buyers" anx- ious ,to crush the small ones, and thus capture the trade and become "fat" in doing, or is "the whole system-of marketing-on the North Amer- ican continent'to say the 'ing in fine sense of ami .possibly tinged with graft. Capnqt .'the voice ol the U. F. A. be heard .In i' i out'against this jalenL injustice bronght'.to -bear In I vehement power upon the producer ati this (to him) very inopportune time. Cars have been required here in large numbers tor snipping wheat, es- j pectally to the fact that men: are anxious to haul fro'rh the mach- ine, and doing save the handling of it again' In the bin. Mr. Alex. Powliex.who'for the.past two..weeks has been .seriously ill, Is now well on the way to recovery. .'Rer..'rr." Foster, of was n I3arons on on his. retnnx.from'-'JIacleofl. The'garde'herVirt'a smaU. way, and the n large way arei hurry- ,ing to roots generally these days. The pantry sale held under the aus- Ipices the'ladles' aid'.cin Saturday, of Barons. yed between SHOVELER A WEEK. ol a. year sounds good pro- fessional man. Joe Foster, 27 years old, an Kalian laborer is averagng at'Glassport working_for the 'Jlbnongahela -Gas Coal Company of'McKecsport, near'here. He Is not 1 coal from a He nandles about fifty ton's a day, three ordinary i men's work and draws 5150 salary.: week Oct. Sth, was a decided success. Cakes and' pies In numbers and excellent quality wort brought to the rest room !o bo disposed of. scarcely arrived when a buyer appeared on the scene to purchase thorn. The whole afternoon was a social and a financial success. Sirs. McKay senior; of Lethbridgo, was a visitor in Uarons fo? the week- end with her two soris, and J. H. McKay. A number of people from were In attendance at the funeral of a member of the. Jlasonlo (filgo In Carmangay on Sunday, Oct., 10th. The wheat yields this year on the whole, were not as Marge as were ex- pected r.oriie lime ngo. One .farmer who expected 15.bushels to the acre, had on Jho'average seven. Another Notice is hereby given that rio furthwrajpli- cations for gas service will be received AffarSPJUktlS, (Signed) TAX GAS, IIGE HEATS POWER CO, v 620 7TH STREET, SOUTH NOW DIGQING, QUALITY YIELD LIGHT. GET YOURS NOW. TON OR CAR LOTS. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers COALDALE LETHBRIDGE Medical Manage adies' Hair Dressing-Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710.. Block, 7th St, Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency Scientific Collection! Eretywbere. baels. We get re- eults. In Prqmut attektlon. 4 Acadla'Blocfc DK. K. GKAU- Lite o! Itoyal ot Dentil Sur- (eom, Toronto. X-ray OlfKe; Roomi 6 to 7. Black. 1071. DIJ. Lu If. Unlrerslty of Maryland; -X-iray equlpmeaL Office, Koem 8 RyUodJ nullding. Phone 1185. UH.. W1L1, H. Escceaior to Dra. Main and Buuri 9 to 6. aictnbottUa Iiloct Fhooo 174. WATER LOCATOR VATER can locate water' for you.- never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. U Davies. 121S 5Ui Ave. A, South. Phono 1247, OR 1-. W. GRAB- North Iter.Ul Ity, pionj phone Itt. OUicu: Union Bank Bollalay UM Ut W. D. IMBNTIST, Ctudui'.o ot Chicago ot DM- til Surgery. Albotx Block. UcLeod Otia. Ciotilnj fitotik Ot- WI Rctldimu DO YOU SQUINT? K you do it's n sign that you're having some eye trouble. To neglect your eyo-3 under such circumstances may lead Into a oerious slate of af- fairs. The host advice we1 could give you is, see us. An examination, will tell at or not> you need glasses to correct any eye fault. J. M.-HENDEItSOX Care Jewelry Store. _ OR. C. FLETCI1ER, Dentist, grad- uato of the Chicago College of Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous-- Oxide" gat equipment. for extractions. Oltice U and 4 Empress Block. Hours 9 to -12 i to UUTwii. v. CKAIO. Dentisl. aradasti ol and former Instructor la North- weiU.-o U.iiiortliv Dental dchooi. Cuicajjo, 111. HlgtoboinaiB lelejhone to _ J. s. Oeclisi, special- izing In jyrorrhea; X-Hay jquiBmeaL. pflico Bulto 3, Uryan Block. Hoiiri: 'J to 5. phoue 1569. i- P UH. P. W. Dentist, Enid ualc ot Chliago College ot DenUt 8argv.-rr. iiieciallst In oral gurgerj and 'Jlsefji-s of the noutb, to 12, 10 f.30. Buisa 3, Iiloct, Paone 1199. OSTEOPATH1C Doris I R. Cpcq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRlMTURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. F. H. WILK1NS SIGHT SPECIALIST 327 6th St. S. Opposite the Empress. Phone 1S5S. net Phone 1937., IfiEFAIR WORK SPECIALTY SETTER-, 331-5-.-ST. WATCH LETHBRIDGE OLt> COCD a SILVER BOUGHT SALES OF LANDS IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA FOR ARREARS OF TAXES Notice hereby given that certain lancls in improved districts 38, 67 and 68 IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA BE OFFERED FOR SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES AND COSTS On Thursday, ifieft day-of Nov., 1920 AT 10 O'CLOCKslN THE FORENOON. AT THE COURT HOUSE, LETHBRIDGE Unless th6 arrears of taxes and coals be sooner paid. A printed list of tiio SAld Innds niay he oMalncrt .npon applica- tion to the Deiiartmcnt .of Municipal Affaire at Alberta, 'of may bo aeen In the' tlie Herald, dated Sopt. baW nt Edmonton, this ISlh day ot Sept., 19ZO. J. H. LAMBf Alj 0 Deputy Minister. WANTED AT ONCE S Power House Firemen Wages for 8-rfour Shift Apply H1LLCREST COLLIERIES, LIMITED HILLCREST, ALTA. L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON M. COOMBS Deseret News Agent Association of Army and Veterans in Canada Lelhbrldoe Unit, No. 34 Tolerant desirous of Jolnlns the flbovfl fissoplallon, c-n.' ob- tain information cud application forms from tuft secretary. L. LEIOH, V. 0. No. 6, Lnth- bridge. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Kieclrlc Jwlsht Contractori Phono 1333 DE. .1. S: .'IORNIN3, OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. 816-18-20 Sheriict Bids. Users and bj (ippointmonL Phono. 1509. HOSPITALS TllB VAN HAjVRI.liM ITiTale pltal, 122, ?th Are. S., ybpno Accommodation for anr-' Rlcal, and matcrn'.ty pa-: tients.-Private, .nd rcpnii, Rates J33.00 and i Write, tsi information to Mis. K. R. Van llasrleE, .MJ8IG IiAllllv- S. DOBLK Teacher 'ot Piano, Theory aiid-Flbtclier Music Method. Studio will reopen about tJjo'middlo of Septeuiher. '222-26 UgbllnE a Specialty, Contractors for Electrical Work oo Cardatoc M1K3 A1LBEN M. Ptar'ing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho eraminations of the Royal Academy nnd HoyrU College ,ol Slusic. England. 100 per cent, last year succoastul. ______' DECORATING WEI.UNOTOM Rscorn- tors. Parer'naeeen and Painters Gencrn! nejoratlnu Slfin WrlHnB Estlmnles Rlrsn The oldest established pointers la LetbbrldKO Res phone H72; ofdce phone 1762 Bldg., Ixith- bndRe. Albfrta- A. Decoratlni! an1 perhanRin? Phan6 53G. Gil Sih fcliue South. m INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEH TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. STH; 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plant Steam Mining Farm Mechanic Hallway Architectural Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Karm Machinery Farm Carpentry Karrn Forging Gas Knglno Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armature-Winding Oxy-Acetylene Welding Mnclilne Shop Practice CORRESPOND- Short per term. Regular per term. Efcclnl arrangement. For further Information and enrolment apply to Provincial Institute of Technology and Art, Eatt Calgary. 1 or D, A. CAMPBELL, Director pf Technical Educa- tion, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta, Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL Fiiron Sheet Metal 136 stii St South 17U H. COPRLASIJ. E. H. KENT The Py.-anild DecoraHng Co. Inler- or dcconitlng an', papeVhanglng a spe- lalty S-aUsllerl cualnniers our nlni BIB 12itl at South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECOnATOR. Established 1909. 'blrty-five years' eiperlencft In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. 007 llth bt. South. Estimates Rei. Phone AUTO TRUCK Light and Htavy Drnylng THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR Office 1143; Res, 643 203-25 MR3. W. H. of Piano and Thpory. .Puplb prepared for ttio Tui-diilo Conservatory of Music ojcins if desired. uprlng Studio, 12SS 5lh Aye, A. Soutli. '_________ CLEANERS ANDPRSSSERS THE ;n Frenci dry cleaning. We are tho oldest Connors In tha city. cWe use th? genulna fYnnr'j system, vfhlch- cot- era (7ery spilt and clirr.lnates Bible injury to Bnrincnls. giving clBss results Special work. 32-1 Street Sooth. Phono 1512. Collect r.n4 deliver. LOO PRBSSINO, Tlepalring and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. Wn sell fof and deliver (roofa. 220 7ti St. Eouth. Phone 1S28. WSLDINQ W. N. KUTH. Comer 1st ATe. and ioth Strew. CHIROPRACTOnS WINTER RADIATORS Why not liavo your Automo- bile liadlator ne-cored Ltfore the frost comog, with tho hest Honcy-conil) Core obtalnalilo. Drop In and let na tell you about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. Tlis Radiator Man 1lti Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill., HYRUM SMITH and JUNE 11. SMITH Our melhoils aro Nature's own. Free consultation and Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by ap-. polntmeut. Room 205, SUerlock Ulock, Phonca 1677 and 1441. CHANGE OP LOCA' MANAGEMENT and Literature freq regarding V'avl lleraedfes, whereby sufferers hccomo well without oper.- ntlons. Mrs. K. P. Hunch, residence 527 8th St. '9." Phono 1883. 48 OONSMIIHS Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Inttr- cst to try US. We hare an iipto-date Machine Shop and employ only first claan. Machinist. Satisfaction 1n And worhmEinshlp. Tractor Cylinders and fitted with orer-slze pletoaj and rlngj. N1VEN BROS, Phone 1732 UUNSM1T1IS ft barrets straightened. S'ras restock- ed, gua work dor.R by d guosmltb, ke-s Made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phondgraptis, any light machinery lawn iharpened D. E. SiAcdonald, Indiia Motorcyclo Agent.' Phone !03Z. 6tli Street, opfioslte iTerald Office: PIANO TUNING 0 H EXPERT TUNBS-H 'player-Piano and Organ JO years' factory expsrience., Haft- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. Fngland. Referencej to ths leading rioslclaoi of the Phone 1UJ, e2? jott> st s. ;