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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MGE THREE REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 31, 32, 38, 46, 47, 54, 68, 73, 74, 85, 89, 95, iW, 113, 115, 121, 129, 132, 137, 148, 150. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL rOR THEIR ANSWERS BRAND; REGISfltR' Left thigh ol horsei. Left hip of cattle: rr. l.athrop, 7 Rylands Block. 19M Ou left thlrjh. i VTilllara Stirllne. Alta, 1S9-2' POUND NOTICE Notice Is.hereby giren that one red cow, "'right hip with aucklng calf, was 1m- >ounded in the.pound .five miles souui Purple Springs, on September.20th, 1920. S..A..HART, 260-1 h _ Alta. l.on tbijh borwz. DrFiu TOUHE, Stlrllce, Alta. 209-14 Led rib o[ cattle. Left thigh of horses. hoinas Hudson, Taner, Alta. 217-tO liirriudc'il left tliigb, horses. imlcd left thigh, cattle L.'.E. Holman, Taber. 250- TAX RECOVERY ACT v TAX SALE Sola of lands In the'Municipal-Els1 trlcl 'of Flowery Plains No. 33 for arrears of taxes. v; NOTICE is -hereby given that cer- tain lands in tho Municipal District ot Flowery Plains No. 3S will bo'of- fered for sale for arrears of taies and costs on tho 16th. day of 1920 at 10 a.m. in the Sccrct- Office af Etiikona; 'Alberta. fcrtiscd against each "parcel In las'ue of the Letlibrldge Herald at Fri- day, and In the corrected list In regard to certain lands published In the LethbrldBQ Ilsriiu on -Friday, Sept. 10th, 1920, ire pot sooner paid I shall proceed to ielftie'sard-parcels.' H-Datgd .at Etiikbm, Allierta, this' First day. of-September, 1920. (Signed) H'OBERT GARDNEH, Ad B Secrsta'ry-Treasurer. READY EOR BIG DRIVE Greenfield Confident that Al- berta Organization will mate Recoil Showing. Herbert Greenfield, Westlock, Vice-President of U.F.A. and chairman of'the U.F.A. organ- izatioircommitteo, advises that every thin e is iu readiness for the big drive during tho first week in November. Most of the preliminary work and it is expect- ed that on November 1st u'rid November 2nd upwards of enthusiastic U.F.A. .supporters will be1 in the field visiting their neighbors arid .soliciting for memberships in the association. The organization work in both Manitoba aud Saskatche-, wan lias been progressing f ovor- j ably and reportsyfrorn "district' captains-" indicate that thoj morning of Nove'niber 1st will see upwards, of ten thousand r active workers'beginning their i the .canvass in all the rural districts j in tho three provinces. In this drive an 'endeavor will be made to have a.repre- sentative of the farmers nssoci- JUDICIAL NOTICE TO -ROBERT ANGUS. BENNIB TAKE NOTICK that an action was commenced In the Sunfeirio'Court of Alberta, Judicial. District of I-eth- bridge; on Ihe 21st day of June, A.D. 1920, by Frederick Augustine Hubbard and Robert Mitchell Dennett; to rpcov or the stim of togothor with interest thereon at the rite of C par field cent, per annum from the'lSlh day of] April, 1920, due an agreement dato tho StU day of April, 1918, covering the following land name- ly: The north half ol section twelve Township -sir Range four- teen oMhc Fourth Merid- ations visitevery resident farm- er "Winni- peg and tho Rocky Mountains. ian and for specific performance of said Agreement and such further and other relief as to the Court may seem Just. AND TAKE NOTICE that unless you file a.demand of Notice or State ment of Defence wluTtho Clerk of the Supreme Court at the City of Leth- or before the .15th day ot November, 1920, the Plaintiff ;may pro- ceed In said action and Judgment may be given in your absence aad without further notice io you. Dated at in the Prov- ince of Alberta, this 14th day of Oc- tober, A. D. 1920. Church Davidson, Barristers, Conybeare Block, Leth-brldgo, Alberta Solicitors tor tno PJalnliS herein Ad Y The head of .everjr' household will bo asked to contribute the sum of more 110 less. This amount will' pay for a 'year's asso- ciation, a year's subscription to the official organ and leave to be used-by the central Xnd distriat boards for organiz- ation purposes. Associated with Mr. Green- on the .Alberta Organ- Committee are L. M. of Red Deer and Snow Sears of Nanton. 'AH are members of Board of Direct- ors of the U.F.A. Tho commit- tee has fixed an objective UF.A. members for the year 1S20 and all are confident thnfc tliis figure will be reached. THINK OF IT; FIRE ALLOWED TO CONSUME MILLIONS OF BOOZE LAWRENCEBURG, of this (own-who preferred the pli times to the prese'nt'state of dry sane tity are still mourning a sad loss. Rea" oi'ii vilijaS at went up In flames firo wiped out-the Cedar Brook warehouse near'here. A man named George Washington was convicte York court. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH 'COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK On the East Half of Section 10, TjJ. 11, Range 21, being one mile south and five miles west of Iron Springs P.O. and 12 miles east'of Nobleford. i gelding, 6 years, weight HOC; 1 mare, 6 years, weight 1400; 1 gelding, 6 yrars, weight H50; 1 geldinB, 8 years, .weight HOC; t raiding, il yoars, weight 12GO; 2 lieary wagons; 1 wncon box; 1 grain lank, John TJocre; 1 water lank, 14 1 water trough; 1 bundle rack; 1 Oliver gang plow 1 wheel rako, John Deere; 1 sot sinfllo harrows; i scls drhg harrows; 1 Van Drunt drill, 1 harrow cart; 1 tank pun'P; 1 pump with nbotit 50 foot of pipo; 3 seta heavy dtmWo harness; 1 kitchen rangn, tables, chairs, kitchen cabinel, sideboard, beils, springs, tnattrtssos; nlmjit 200 buahcls of oatn; one slack of green feed; und ninny small arlidPB too numerous Io mtnlion. Terms-One-halt casli, balance In 00 clays on approved Amounts ot J25.00 and under, cash, f. jicr cent, discount on credit amounts for casii. PETER LAV ALLEY, Auctioneer. Care ot Howsiey Uanti Agency, Lcilibriu'uc, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE If you have any article to fcellj L i -i room? to -rent, property to dis- pose of, or want to engage etc., try'a Herald Want Ad They bring results, and re- sults count. Try One Today 8 cents per line (Count six words to a Mini- mum, 25 cents, p.m. IHLWU. P.CRA10, DenlUi. of and termer Uutroetor la Nortk- weiteru DenUl 'tfchool. Chicaio, HI- Olilcos. HlslmbotUB. Block, lelejtoa. Hoon I to i' Notice is hereby giyeh that no further appli- cations gas service will be receiver] AffprlPM ftft I1! riilci a i till., uti. u, (Signed) CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT -ft POWER CO. 7TH STREET, SOUTH NOW DIGGING, QUALITY FINE, YIELD LIGHT. GET YOURS NOW. TON OR CAR LOTS. FARM PRODUCTS, Ltri: Growers and Shippers COALDALE LETH8R1DGE DO YOU SQUINT? It you do'It's a sign that you'ro having some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes under such .circumstances may lead into' a Ferious state of af- fairs. The best could give you is, us. An examination will tell at once or-.not, you need glasses to correct'any eye fault I J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. DH. 8. Ulag In pyorrhea; X-Ray Quito 3, Bryan Block. Hoon: S to 6. Phono 1SB9. DR. P. W. Data of Chkago ol Dntil 8 or jury. In lurjiry ted diuMLi ot tha montb.. I to 12. I; io Built Block Poone Doris 1 R. Coc pcq COMMERCIAL PHOTOQRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. OSTEOPATH1C F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 537 5th St. S. Opposite the Empress. Phone 1S53. Phons 1937. DH. J. B: HORNlNOj OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. 8I6-1S-20 Sherlock Bias- Honrsv10-12, 2-4, and-bf appointinenL Pton. 1899, PKSVATE HOSPITALS TC LETHBRIDGE OLD GOLD SILVER BOUGHT L. D. S. Publications; ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Dticret Newt Agent WANTED AT QNGE Power House Firemen> Wages for 8-Hour Shift Apply HILLCREST COLLIERIES, LI1TED H1LLCREST, ALTA. Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY ANO'NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. 8TH, 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Association of Army and Navy in Canada Lcthbrldce Unit, No. 34 Tolerant desirous ot Joining the abovs association', cai. ob- tain Information aud application forms from thft secretary, L, LEICH, P. O. Boi No. 6, Lnth- brldgaj ENGINEERING- Tractor Jtotor Blectrlcnl Power Plant Rleain Mining Knnn Mechanic Railway Architectural Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery Farm Carpentry Farm Forging Gas Engine Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armature Winding Welding Machine Slion Practice CORRESPOND- Short per term. Regular per term. Special arrangement. For further Information antf enrolment apply to Provincial .Institute of Technology and Art, East Calgary. or 'D. A. CAMPBELL, Director pf Techrilcal Ettuca- Parliament bcimonion, Aibcria. Carney-Oxford Furnaces HAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITIIING FREEL ELLIOH Stieel Wartnn 336 ttK Phnni 1713 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light Power Phone 1333 eo. Bth at S, rarm Lighting a Specialty Contractor! for Electrical Work on Cardnton Temple. THE VAN HAARLEM Private .jiltal, 1224 LelhbrldgeJ Phone 746. Accornmodatlon for medical and maternity ti'shts. Private ,nd-: rooma. Hates 130.09, and >3I .Write ?DI mformatlon. Mrs. ,M. a Van Uaarlam. iuperln- tendent, H'JllO CLAIRE 3. DOBLB Teapher -'of Piano, Theory and Fletcher MusSo Method. Studio will reopen about the middle ot September. 282-26- MIS3 AILEEN M. Playing .and Theory. Pupils, enter- ed for the eiaminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, 100 per cent, last year successful. DECORATING WELLINGTON tors. Paperhaniteri and General Sign Writing Kstliralea Tho oldest establhheil palnten In phone H7Z; 1JSI Sherlock BUj, Lctlt- bridge, Albfrta. MRS. W. H. of pFano and Theory. Puplb rrepare'd for the Toronto Conservatory pj Music eiams If desired. Annual spring recital. 5th South. "i CLEANERS AND PRESSSRS' A. Decorating and Peperbanfrmg, Phone 811 Sih Avenue South. E. U COP ELAND. E. fi. KENT _. Tne Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- tor decorating and paperhanglng a ere- dally Satlsllcd customers our aim ISM 616 12lh St Strath. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. Thirty-five years' eipsrlonco In Kilor- lor and Interior Decorating. 867 lltb ht. South. Estimates free. Rea. Phone WINTER RADIATORS Why not foavo your Autoino- hiic iiauiaiur Ho-corcd before Hie frost comes, witli the best Honey-comI) Core obtainable. Drop tn and let us tell you about it, or ask gomoono who bus one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 412 4th Ave, S, Behind Silver Grill. THE in French dry cleaning. are oldeit cleaners In city. .We .nss gennlne French system, which era tTcry spot and eliminate! pos- Injury to garments, giving hlih class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South.'. Phono 1818. Collect and deliver. LOO CLEANING, PRESSING. Repairing and nlterattona well at reasonable prices. sell tot and deliver goods. 320 1th 8L South. Phone 15S8. WBLDINO ,W. N. KDTH, Corner let ATB. 10th Strwt, CHIROPRACTORS 1 AUTOTRUCK s Light anil Heavy Dr.iylng I THE CITY TRANSFER i J. KEflR Phones: Office'11431 Res, 683 I 20326 TDV ft LOMP. U1AMT uu H HYHUM SMITH and JUNE n. SNflTIf methods are Nature's own. Freo consultation and analysln. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by rolnlment. Rdom 205, Siierloclt Block. Phones 1677 and VUVl V CHANOK OF LOCA" MANAOBJIBNT Vntonnation and Literature free' regarding V'avl Kennedies, whereby- .sufferers become well wilhoul alloris. Mis. K. F. residence S27 Stb St. S. Phone 1S83. 48-'- GUNSMITHS PIANO TUNINQ Farmers When In ntetf of any TRACTOH Repairs It will be to your tat Io try US, We have An up-to-dato Macttlne Shop and employ only first class Machinists, Satisfaction in and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reETOand. tnd fitted with over-size plutonj and rings. N1VEN 216 1st Ave. 8., Phone 1712 j j 0 MLiinLU MfMVl GUNSMITHS barrel! ttralghtened, iint reilock- gon work by 4 gnntmlUL Iscki repaired, btdyclei, phor.oyrsptu, any Hia.t michlnery repaired, lawn tbnrpened, D. E. Macdonald, Indlia Holorciclo A neat Pbosa 1032. Mb BtredL opposite Herald office. 0. H. TONES-. end Organ Repairer: !0 factory eiperlonce. Here onfa Cerllncats M T. Assn., London. England. to leading muslctaDi of the city. Phono 1111 lOlb flt 8. nn ;