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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; ocroBEn THE LETHBRIDGE DATl.Y HERALD MGE THREE -HERALD WANT ADSDO THE WORK WELL REPLIES! been received for the follow- ing Box 31, 47, 54, 62, 68, 73, 74, 76, 84, 89, 104, 113, 115, 121, 123, 129, 132, OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS NOTICE Ike last day. for Tenants to register for City and School-Elections Is the -45th day of October, All persons who are tenants of premises of the assessed value of 00 and whosa tenancy dates prior to are entitled to register as voters. Applications should be made at the office of the City Assessor .DONALD'A. DUFF, Ai L City Clerk BRANQ REGIS1ER Lefi thigh ot tones Lett hip cattle 7 Rylanda Block. 1984 On le't thigh. "William, Hartlsyi borses. 189-27 ZOJ-M Left rfb ot cattle Left, thigh of horses Judton, ;Alta. 217-59 Breaded-left horsea. Branded left thigh, cattle E. Holroan, Taber. 260-26 CARELESS HUNTERS LOSSES TO GRANVM FARMERS (From Our Own Correspondent) GRANTJM, Oct 18 P Vander voort for .Vancouver, B C, having received word that bis wife is seriously, ill again Mr S H. Marlette returned home last week from the States, where he h'as heen engaged on a threshing out lit fer the past weeks The Canadian ChautauqBP, which gave a three days' festival m Qranura, on Oct. 11, 12 and 13, came to a sue cesstul end on Wednesday last The program for the three days was much enjoyed by all who attended, and n return has been secured lor the year 1921 Our genial hotel man, Air R W Jell, has again renewed his auctioneer's license Mr Jell is 0116 of the old timers in this district and his ability as an auctioneer is well known to the community as Mr. Jell was the first Auctioneer In the Granura district i Mr. and Mrs. Marletlo were Mac- leod visitors on Bill Sherman was a Calgary visitor last Friday on business Leo Pfferfeile and ot Clares- holm, visited at the homo of Walter Dyers Sundaj. Otto has been on tbo sick list for the past two weeks, is now able to be around again. C Hatch returned from Haymonc last week, where he has been in charge of an elevator, and intends to taKe up farm ing''again Harold Sehram returned ,hotne from after having undergone an Operation for append! v A great deal of annoyance and loss hag been caused farmers this fall.by I ho hnnlere, In leaving ,gates 611011 Shooting on private property wfthou getting permission from the Is strictly against'the game JawsiO the province Nearly all tho formers of this L district ha'vo- allowed hunters to shoot game on their land, bul V rnntiy are aMising the privilege in; leaving gates oped, allowing slock to run at large, which has caused tnuch damage to grain, that the farmers an up In. arms and In miny cases are put ting, a stop to hunting on thplr farms Altogether, Hunters should alway 1 get the permKsi't.n of the owners fore golns on the farms to shoot, nn 'Renfrew is to have a communilj playgrounds nt a of for In- stalling equipment in the Fair grounds' A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN TeB, How Lydi, eading events tnat have transpired n the world during the' month tatus of the various nations In reo- leet to the League ,ot Nations Mr Wm Leo explained the various offices ana drttfes of those who held respon Bible in the church HThe numbers consulted of a solo, ly .John Peterson, by Mrs Ellis lennlger and Mrs iFred and I wo anthems by the'chdir t Prea E J Wood, Thomas ,Duce and Frank Smith, who attended, the aat the cnirctiVin''Salt >ake Cltj, Oct 8, 9 and 10, returned Saturday night They report a very successful -'and' largely, attended' coh- erence, tile main theme being "Char ty chanty of alms.'but charity 'or other. y Mr Arthur Perry and wife in own tha, week end They reg stored at C.ihoon' hotel. Mrs Robert Ofcrojd, ot Carman gay, is in town her' sister, Mlsi...... from break dnra and got so voaJc I cooM f (tend, and ludliead- I tried everything I could Jthmk of and -WM, mtder phy- ncian'i can for years. vApri friend bad used Lydia R Pinkham't Vfjs. nble Compound and told me about it-. From the first dayltookltlbezan to feel better and now, am well tni been ttendaag tho Com- ponndevwsiiieeand give1 yon my per- jmnjion w publish" this Ro KELLY. 476 St. Newark, Bwon famioa not aaJ herb remedy, LyJiaE. Pmkham'i Vegetable Compound, was K mcwssfnl m Miss Kelly s case wai because it went to tha root of her restored her'to a WANTED AT Power House Firemen Wage. for S-rWabirt Apply HILLCREST COLLIERIES, UffltjED HILLCREST, ALTA. 4, Accept "California" Syrup of Pigs Orily-Mook for tho name California 05 iho then you nro sufo your Is having the be 'it' tin J moat liarmles: DKjslo for llio liltlo stomac'i Jiver and bctvels. Children :lovo 'its (rulty taste. Full. directions' on eich ictllo. You must say AdVcrtlsenicnt. Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUSlTlfc OAV AND NIGHT CLASSES WILL OPEN ON NOV. STH, 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Hallway Architectural Mechanical Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plant Kleam Mining Farm Aiechnnlc CORRESPON6- Short per term. Regular' per term. Spei-lal arrangement. further Infarmation and enrolment apply ito Provine1.il Institute-of Technology arid East Calgary, or' D. A. CAMPBELL, Director if Technical tion, Parliament Edmonton, Alberta. SPECIAL COURSES FOR( TEACHERS farm Machinery Farm Carpentry Farm Forging Gas Engine Storage BatWry Armatore Winding Acetylene Welding i Mnchlno Shop Practice j IRRIGATED HAY TIMOTHY AND MIXED HAY It pays to'buy from the grow Company. i OUR CARLOAD OF APPLES SHOULD ARRIVE; TUESDAY. ORDER NOW. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers' COALDALE LETHBRIDGE Doris L R; Cocq COfllMERCLAiL r PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, .HOME PORTRAITURE, v ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. L. D. S. Publications 'AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Relent 'Agent Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrltfce Unit, No. M 7eterant desirous of Joining fho abovo. ob-' lain Information and appllca'Jon forms from secretary, L, LEIGH, Pi O.'Boi bridge ___ WAVER LOCATOR WATER win locate .water for yosi. I neier have failed. Charges reasonable. ,T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Ave. A. South. Phone' 1247 JLethbrldge. MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Hair Dressing Parlors Hull Block, 7th St., Ground Floor. AINTAL DK. M. T. ORABh uie ot Uoyal ot ou need glasses to correct auv fault. J. M. HENDEKStW- Care of Wright's store.- F.H. WILKINS I SIGHT SPECIALIST 327 Sth SL Opposite the Empresi Phone RH. Ptane'lMT. Gnrney-Oxford EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL FREEL ELLIOn Sheet Metal 338 8th SL South Phona 1711 f "AUTO i I Light end Heavy Dray Ing I THE CITY TRANSFER 1 i KERR 1 Phones; Office 1143] Res. 633 I 203-28 s ffiUUB 1NI1 RlNCMAKEfi C -DIAMOND (JErYtlLERJaspEOALTr 33I-S--ST LETHBRIDCE OLD GOLD a SILVER BOUGHT ELECmiC SUPPLIES Bectrle wJht tM Phono 133} CO. "9 8t S. Lethbridge. a Speclaliy. Contracton for-Slectrical Work on Card a ton Temple. DECOItATINQ WBLUNOTON PapartianKen and' KilKHBlnlcn. General Decoratlni Sfini Writing' Estimates jjtvn The oldest-.eftabllibed painters in Lethbrtdse Res. pbone H7Z; office phone bridge. Albfrta. L Decorating an Paparhanrlnij..'Phone I90.1'., 611 81 Avenue FJath. ifr- E. L. COPEOAND. E. R. KENT The Pyramid Decoratlnk Co. Inter- ior decorntlng and papertanpig a SB, dally. .Hatlitled cnstoniers onr aim Pbone 1003. 616 12th SL Sculh. 3OSEPH DAVIKIO'N, DEXJORATOR. Established 19d9. Thirty-live years'.einerlence In Gzter lor and Interior Decorating.- 86T, llth bt. South. Estimates free. Res. Phone 1191 WINTER RADIATORS "Why not have your Automo- bile Riidfator the frost comes, with th6 best Honey-comb Core obtainable1: Drop In ar.ii let us tell joit ahout It, or nsk someone has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The .Radiator Man 412 4th S, Behind Silver Grill. Farmers When IB need ai any TRACTOR fieralrs It will be to your est Wiry US. We have an Machine Shop and employ only firal .Machinists. Satisfaction la price workmftnshlp. Tractor Cylinders reirround, cad flltecl wjth over-size pUloaj art rings. NlVEN BROS. 216 Ut Ave. S. 1732 H. L. f. University ot Maryland; X-ray equipment. Office, Iloom 8 Building. Phone 1165. U. Jt UBNTitfT-i Bucceuor to Dn. itarn uid Mania. 9 to JBJock. Fhon'o J74. R. T. W.: KOX-UKiTiST. OHA5> North WetUro ity, Chlcifo. pk8M ttt; Weaoe OtUcm: Baui BBJijfct JHUfOKJg rJAVV H. W. D CAMPBELL-rDBNTlsT, graduata ot Chicago College ol Den- tal above McLeod Bros. Clothing Store. "Of- fice phone 1506. Residence phone 1072 _ WM. fiCHAloTSeKUR." and former taitructor to Nostfc-1 weitera UalwrgltT 'achool, m. ozfiou, HlciakotBant Block. Teleihono MT, 'I UJ-J. S "lag In pyorrhea; X-Ray equipment OIllco Suite 3, Bryan Block. _9 to 5 Phone R- P W. uate ot Chicago College ot Daotal in oral larger? cf the mouUi.' to 12. J' to 6.30. I, Block. Pbone 1U9. OSTEOPATH1C DR. J. B. OSTEOPATH1C PHTSICIAN. 116-18 SO Sherlock Boon 10-12, 2-4, aal ty appolDtment i PRIVATt THE VAN HAARLEM Private Ave S, 748 Aecommodatloa tor nf- unj thstemlty tents. Private -nd Bates J3000, I1SM and week. 'Write rot information to Ills. M. B. Tan Haarlem, nperifr 'lendent MUBrO MISS AILEEN >f. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England 100 per cent.. year.-; sue cental. MK3 W. H ot Piano and Theory. Pnpib prepared" the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams if desired, Annnat spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave. "A1, South._______________________ CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French dry Wo are tha oldeit In the city. We-use genuine Fronch eystem, which ear- spot and eliminates pos. tlble injury to garments, giving high" reanlu. .Special attention to work, 324 6th Street Sooth. Phono 181J. Colliwt and deliver. LOO Pepalrlng and alterations veil dona at reasonable prices. .We sell for aTid deliver' goods. SZO 7th St. Booth. Phone 1521 i 'OXT-ACETTLENEf WELDINO W, N. KUTH, Corner 1st Ave. and 18th Street CHIROPRACTORS HYRUJI SMITH anrt JUNE H. SMITH methods are' Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis Hours: 10-12 aud 2-4, and by ap- jwintmeaf. Room. 205, Sheriujk Block. Ph6nes 1S77 and U'41. INFORMATION AND free, regarding Vlavl .Remedloa, whereby sufferers becoma well with-, out operations. Jlro. Hunck, reslilcnco 527 Sth SL S. Phone ISft. QONSMITH8 GUNSMITHS ft barrels straightened, guns rettoek- ed, gun work doni by t made, locka repaired, trpowrltorj, phonegrapha, llj-St machinery repaired, lawn isowtH D. B.' Utcdoaald, lodlaa Motorcycle Agent Phone 1011 etb StrceLr opposite Herald once PIANO TUNINQ 0. :H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years', factory experience, Certlflcafe M. T, ASSB., London. England. Reference] it) loading dutlclans of the fifty. Phone Hit 10th SI 8. R. I. G6VERNOR'.AGAINST A 'ILEAOUE SUNDAY" PROVIDEXCB, R. 1., Oct: erdor Dechmaii has declined to pro; claim next Sunday as league day fbt the study ot the League of Nations. In his opinion, ho says, the matte; not deserve consldeiatlon at this time, _ ;