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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 1926 x- THE LETHBRIDGE (DAILY, HERALD PAGE THREE YODCANNOTFIND ANY OTHERSAUSiAGENCY SO EFFICIENT AND FOR SUCH A SMALL COST-HERALD WANT ADS DO THE WORK WM REPLIES! Replies been received for the follow- ing Box 31, 32, 38, 48, 47, 54, 62, 68, 73, 74, 85, 89, 104, 113, 115, 121, 123, 129, 132, 134, 137, 148. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS TO RENT Ttw. Hsr.1.1. BOARD AKD one or two young ladles, private home and use of phono., Apply 1004 6th Ave. S, 262-6 TO suitable ior-gar- age at rear uf 714 llth St. will hold one or two cus. Apply at above ad- dress. TO RENT Two furnished .light housekeeping rooms, all modem con- veniences. Apply 1301 Ave. south. _ 2S2-S i BRAiND 'thigh ot horMB. Left hip of outle.- 7 Bkttk. iti-e On left thlfk. "William Left n Sttritog. Ht-14 Sjstt rib of Left tbJcb ot horeea- onus jBdeon, Trfwr, Alti. Branded left thigh, horses. Branded left thigh, B. HoUaan, Tmber. 2SO-M Foremost Merchant Dies In Toronto (Prom Our Own Oorrospondent) FOREMOST, Oct. came by telegram of tho des'th In Toronto, n Bt. Michael's hospital, of Grant A. Eraser, on Tuesday morning, October 11. Mr. Fraser. a-partner the firm of SYaser-Drahan, general merchants, In Foremost, for .several years, and has been most highly res- pected all who knew him. He was born'at Antlgonlsh, N. S., forty years ago. His death' was the culmination of shout three' years ot.sickness due tc ot the bowels. s Hit body for Informant to AntlgonUh, N. 6. He leaves to mourn MB loss a brother in Toronto and a sister, a nun at Halifax. Mrs. temperance organizer, spent a, 'few days. in this dlBlrict, or- tamperance committees in Lend Your If you have any article to sell, rooms to rent, property to dis- pose of, or want to engage help, etc.j try a PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS TENDERS. FOR VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to judgment and order for Mle made in a corlain action No. 14223 In tho Supreme Court Judicial of-': Calgary, sealed tenders addressed' to L F Clarry, Esq, K C, Master In Chambers, at the Court House, m the City of Calgary, Alberta.'wlll be received up to 11 o'clock In the' forenoon o! Monday, the 8th day of NovemVr, 1920, for the purchase of that valuable city prop- !erty described as1 follows Lot 33, In '.Block 33, according to a plan ot part :bf the City of ca record In the Land Titles Office for the South Land Registration District Plan 4353-S Lethbrldge. The property consists of a frontage of 25 feet and a depth of 125 feet; and is situated on'the east side of Gib St south, between 3rd and 4th Avenues south, Lethbridge-. -There is erected on the 'property a one-storey' solid brick building with full' base- ment, cement walls and floor, roofed with rubberoid, In'good state of repair. The property will be sold subject to taxes for the current to tho reservations "and; conditions contained ID the ei'stius Certiacats ot .Title. Terms of Sale 25'per cent cash of tender, 25 per cent cash within 6lxv months per cent cash within one year tneie after and the balance .within, eighteen months thereafter, with Interest at per' annum on the. unpaid the FJetcherrChln Coulee and Young Maiden, polls. From here she went to the Warner and MUk'Hirer districts Sunday evening. V Rev. Mr! Heath occupied the'pulpit in tho Method 1st. church Sunday eve- S, hi the" absence, of the pastor, Tho accompanied Mrs. Bagnsll. Mr, A. D. Xedhnret has been some- whit indisposed .for a few days. UIsf.ec Horspool and Shaw, have taken up their residence. In the Angli can parsonage. Foremost loses two. of its citizens In the persons of Mr. and Mrs. Bry- dan, who have moved to Letbbridge. Mrs. Greet has gone to Calgary to has returned to.Calgary after Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, Mr. McKlnnon paid a hnsiMM visit o thin weak. Mrs. Hunt haa. returned from Ed- monton. Mrs. Bchnhionr. returned yesterday from a month's across the line. Mr. I'Whes.tley and family left yes- :erda> for Virginia, where they ex pact to spend the winter Mr Robert Neal hag come horns from a visit to his sheep ranch near Aldersoni He is bringing his sheep o Foremost for :tfie winter. _ Miss Horspool and-Miss Shaw leave today for their homes for the Thanks giving holiday. purchase price Tenders to be accompanied by They bring results, and re- suits count. Try One Today 8 cents per Un (Count slxlwords to 9 Mini- mum, 25 cents, ilx. Irueitlont for price of 1, A rfc h a Id s PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL Carmanla.0ct.23 K-A. Vic. .Nov. 6 Carmanla.Nov.30 K.A.Vic. ..Dec. 4 Carmaola.Dec. IS K.A. 1 NEW SOUTHAMPTON MaiiretanlaOct.2S Aq.uita'nla.. Nov. 2 lmperator.Nov.il AqultauIa-.NoY. 23 Lmperator. .Dec. 9 Aqultanla. Dec. 14 NEW BOURG Caronla...Nov. 25 Caronla... ..Jan. 1 NEW HAMBURG' Sa ion is... Oct. 30 3 NEW Via MOVILLE Columbia. .Dec.. 11 Columbia'................... Jan'. 15 NEW GREECE Pannonia................... Nov. 9 Saturnia..Oct. 30 Cassandra.Nor. 20 For fall Information apply to any K R. or S. S. AgeoU, or office SCOTT .270 Main 8U Wlnnlptj, Medical Massage, ladies' Hair Dressing Parlor? Mrs. Woods. Phone !7IO. Hull Block, 7tli Floor... WATER LOCATOR VATEK water for you. 1 never have faded. 'reasonable. T. L. 1818 6tb A. South. Phone 5247, v- MAGRATH CHILDREN PROMPT IN ATTENDANCE reported.- Ont a 'possible there were only 23 lates during the month of September.1 The children are setting an example' worth following. Wednesday and Thursday school was held in the afternooii from to omitting recess. This gave the teachers 'and' pupils a chance of attending the Chautauqua. On Saturday Ocf: a number of ladles journeyed to Del Bonita for the purpose of'organizing a branch of the Women's Institute. Miss Hall, convenor' of this south .was accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Wood and Miss'Watson. The party arrived at the home of Mrs. Wiley, where a splendid dinner await- ed them. After dinner they journeyed I to .the Lens school 'house, where the meeting as held.; Twelve ladies were present and' afa enjoyable afternoon spent; The' organization Is as fol- lows: President, Mrs. Newton; 1st. Ice president, Mrs. Eoos'in; 2nd.'vice resident, Mrs. 'Hitt; secretary-treas- rer, Mrs Wiley Directors, Miss Jenn, Mrsi'Orcutt.1: 'Audi-'i ore, Mrs Newton and Mrs Hoosln Irs Mercer gave some very good sug estions and explained breifly the Tn titue work and told the ladles what lagrath has done in the past year Irs H Wood spoke on Institute work nd the The Del' Bonita ladiesvare .anxious o do their part and no doubt a real ive branch will soon be working in bat district. the development of the stnta barge canal and canaL MONTREAL JUDGE CHOSEN TOKYO, Seth-Leet, of the sessions court'of Montreal, has been .selected as an' honorary vice- president; of--the 'World's Sunday School association at Its convention 'here." St. Thomas, coal dealers have de- cided, to a ton. marked cheque in favor of L. F. Clarry, Master. In rchsnibers, 'Court House, Calgary, for 10 per cent, of the offerr which will be returned in the event of No tender necessarily "accepted. Sor further paHicnlars apply WJH. Sellar, i Barrister, Calgary, Alberta. Dated at Calgary, this 6th day of October, A D (Signed) A J A CLOWES, I Olerk in Chambers Approved (Sgd.) L. F. Clarry, Master In Chambers, Ad V (From Our CorrespouJenl) MAGRATH, Oct is ex IiecUd to be one "of the'-nlggest-events ot rthe-aeason is one.now well under way to raise .money for the Navy league. Magrath. has' beer, asked-to raise J10.0 for'this worthy The committee met on Wednesday and arranged for a big time ..which will, bo held :dancb ;iond supper held ih'tbe S: meet- ing house. Dance sold by the school girls.'- Every man'-.In town will be expected to buy. one." One dollar will be the" price of u ticket Cafeteria luncheon will be served In the evening and during the dance Sandwiches, salads, pies, cakes, ice cream and of me very best -The ladies in charge.of this part are; Sirs. Sarah Poulsen, Mrs. Cope, Mrs. J H Turucr, Mrs P'O Clarke, Mrs Agnes Turner, Miss Whttt, also Mr Copo and Mr Felgnr This is a gooc cause and everyone should ,do their share to a ronsing success The people of -Magrath .and- district will bo asked to donate the'Iunctvlhen come and buy their slipper and dance The Magrnth school teachers ,helr thelrtmonthly meeting Monday, Oct 4 Thorpe 'was assigned the 'noxl model Ifcbson an Bight words to ho ;lvon the" fonpwlng'week. ,Prlncipa B A, was highly pieased with that there w_ere so few latos ALBANY, N. Oct. op- losltion to the proposed St. hipway canal connecting the Great jakes arid the Atlantic ocean at a hearing given here today ly tha International Joint High Com mission which is investigating the'.pro- ect. In its stead 'represent a lives of chambers.of commerce in the Hudson iver valley favored the stale con along the Hudson river IProjposed St water fay projects; these representatives and those.of New" York state chambers of commerce declared, wyuld hinder Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Mctngama 23rd Oct. 2Sth. Htnpresa o! Empress of Britain-----Nov. loth Mlnnedosi .NOT. 10th Victorian 22ml Metagarta 21-ith Empress of jielHa 10th Empress of ...Dec. 15th TO GLASGOW V- OCl. i... .Pretorian Nor. Nov. Pretorian "JA8- GORDON-- PHONE 512 Ticlrata isiaed'cn other Atlantic Llnw. Do Not Miss "This Year'? Shoot Our stock Is rety com- plete and alwayi of the hcst. Sending tu yonr or- der means immediate at- tention. I THE HINOSTON SMITH. ARMS CO. LTD, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary. CONSUMERS' HA.RD- WARE SUPPLY CO., Lothbrldgo Local MliSfT jl EVERYTHING COOD M SPORTING GOODS" Steamship NEW YORK INTERESTS STRONtilAv OPPOSED TO ST. LAWRENCE PROJEGT Arc of going to your: Old YCountry for Christ- mas? Ajrnahibnsiness during November and December and. we .advise, early application lor reser.vatlon. Phone iili and'full informa- tion regarding rates and sailing will he cheerfully given THE ROSSfTER AGENCIES Phone Hlglnbotham Block Information WANTED AT ONCE Power House Firemen j for 8-Hour Shift Apply H1LLCREST COLLIERIES, LIMITED HILLCREST, ALTA. Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIQHT OPEN ON NOV. 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION ENGINEERING- Tractor Motor __ JBIectrieaf Power' Plant'( Steam Mining Farm Mechanic, CORRESPOND- Kail way Architectural Mechanical SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery Farm 'Carpentry Farm. Gas Engine Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armature Winding Oxy-Acetyleria WeWing Machine S! Practice- term, i Regular per term, Special 8y arrangement. fitrther Information enrolment apply to Provincial Institute of Technology and Art, East Calgary, D. A. CAMPBELL, Director pf Technteal HfR, Parliament Edmonton, Alberta. [RRIGATEDHAY ALFALFA, TIMOTHY AND MIXED HAY: It pays to buy from the grow- Company. .OUR CARLOAD OF APPLES 'SHOULD; ARRIVE TUESDAY. ORDER NOW. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers COALDALE LETHBRIDGE CANADIANiPACIFIC OCEANS Doris LRCocq ca COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, -PRINTING, HOME PORTRAITURE, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. MEDICAL MASSAGE Farris Sen'ice Agency Sclent Iflc Coilectlou Everyw'oers. Contingency basis. We Bults. Everything In accountancy. Prompt-ntistilon.1 Acadla Block. Phcno 1616. DO YOU SQUINT! 1C you do It's a sign that yon're laving some eye trouble. To neglecl yonr eyea under such circumstances nay lead Into a serious state of at lairs.. Tho best advice we could give you s, BCO UB. ;An eiamlnation will eel at once whether or not you nee secretary. L. LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6, Ljith. bridge. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES ilghl___ Power Contractors 'Phono 133J 5th St B i Lethbrldn. Farm Lighting a Spsclslty Contractors for Electrical' Work on Cardaton Templo. DECORATING Wcoi tors. Pape-nansers and Pafnte-. "-General .Deooratln Sign Writing Estimates The oldest establliheil pslnters OSNTAL K 11. GRA3> u.te ot Uoyal CoUeca of DentU'80- (eons, Toronto. X-ray Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan i Phone 1071.' T. Unhorslty of Maryland; equlpmeot Office, Room 8 RyUtndJ) Building. Phone 1165. W. WUi, H. Biaceu-v to DEI. Bout 9 to Block. Phooo Zl. T. W. fOX-WKNTlBT, Nortt DnUl ity, Chlcvo. 1U: idenc-e 151 UllaB-: Bani: BclMlat 1U4 _ W. D. DBNTIBT, of Chicago CoUefia 'of Defl- tal 'Surgery. Block; McLeod JBroi. Clothing Store.' flee phone 1506. Ktsidence 10T2. Jli. C. M. FLETCHER, uate of the Chicago CollsgaM Dea- tal Surgery.' Nitrons Oxide1 equipment.for extractions, pfflbt 3 and 4 Empress Block. Eoors to 12 a.m., 1 to 5 "i. SVH. p. CKA1O. DeoUfc.. oi and termv Jutnetor ta Notttr VjJvtrtJir HchooV, Chicago, HI. OIUdM, Block. TclephoM HOBIB 8. "'ng In pyorrhei; X-Hay og.oljment. Of 1 log, Suite J, Bryan Block.' 9 to 6. Phone DE. P. W. RICH tilt, of Chi. ago ot Dental Surtetr. in oral mrterj and llseatu of the month. Boon a to 13. i to Block. Poone 119S. OSTEOPATM1C DK. J; B. HORNVNO, OSTEOPATHIO I' PHYSICIAN. 'i 118-18-20 S herlpck Bids. Hoars 104Z, 24, anl bj appointment. PRSVATE HOSPITALS 'IIP? VAN HAABI.BM Prirnl. HM. pital, 1284 7th'Ave. 8.. Phone 746. Accommodation medical- and matenilty'pV tientt Private' ,ni rooms.' Rates' 130.00, 133.00 and'f SI Write tsi rofortnatioa Kls. M. a Van Hswlsm. iebdenL -___________ CLAIRsT ,S. DOBLE ot Piano, Theory and Fletcher Method. Studio-will reopen about' middle of September. MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the the Royat Academy 'and Rbyal; College 'ot' Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MH3. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. prepared. for the Toronto Conservatory, of Music exams 1! desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th Ave. A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS A. DKoratlng. Paperhariring. Phono 650. 611 8ih Avenno Sooth.i Gurney-Oxford furnsccs EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL T1NSMITU1NG FREEL Sheet Ketal Workuri 338 iouth Phint 1713 E, L. COPRLAND R, n. KENT. The Co, Inter tor decorating and papcrbangfiis a spo dally. Satisfied cnstomcra our Elm phono ISM, St Kouth. 1 AUTO TRUCK Light rtnd Heavy' D raying I THE CITY TRANSfER I 5 J. KERR I g Phones: Office 1143; Ret. 883 S 203-36 IA HID INI phono !7B! fiherloclf Hitg., Leth- bridge. Albfrta. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR.' Established.1909.'.. .i Thirty-five years' experience In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. lllh bt South' Ratlmales (ree. Hot. Phone 1191 WINTER RADIATORS Why not, have your Automo-, hilo Radiator Rc-corod tsforo the frost comes, 'with the test Honey-comb Core obtainable, Ictus tell you about tt, or aak someone who has one. --They STAND UP.- ANDY The Radiator Man 412 4th Ave, S. Behind Sliver Farmers When In need of irfy TRACTOR Repairs n will be to yduf e'st to try US. We have an Machlna Bhop and employ only drat MtchlnlsU. Satisfaction In pries Tractor Cylinders regronnd, Bud (Uteit with ovor-ilzd piatonj rings. N1VEN 21S 1st Avs. S. BROS. THE in French dry Wo are tho oldeit cleaners In the city. We nss ths genulno Frcnrh system, "which COT< era'tvery spot and cllmloatos pos. Bible Injury to garments, giving high' Special, to conntry work. 321 etn atreet Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. Repairing and alterations at reasonable prices. for and deliver goods. 320 7th St. South. Phona 1628. OXY-ACETYLB3NB WBLDINO W. N. KUTH, Cornei- Ave. and ICti Street CHIROPRACTORS 1JYKUM SMITH anil JUNE n. SMITH methods are Nature's own. Frco consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and hy ap- pointment. Room 305, Sherlock niocfc. Phonea.1677 and VIAV1 INFORMATION AND LITBKATUH3 free, regarding Viavi Hemedtev wherehy sufferers become well with- out operations. .Mrs. K. F, Hur.CKy residence 527 8th St. S. 1 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft harreli straightened, rtstock- ft. gun work hy t fnmmlth. roada, tocki-repaired, blcyclM, (ypowrltsn, phonographs, my light: machinery repaired, lawn thnrpened. D, B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1031. ttlt Street, opposite Herald iifflcs., VlANO TUNINQ 0. H. TDNBH-i and Organ ZO years', factory experience.; Hoa- 'onra Certificate M. T. Assn., Loncjca. England. Retarencet to the, leading tncslclaos cf the city. Phons 1181, 627 lOtt St'.S, I Mil U ;