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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 ,.1920 THE LBTHBKIDGE DATLY. RgRALTT FOR SALE-ELECTMC WASHING MACHINE, ALMOST NEW, AND 1 CHEST FILLED WU'U fAUFKNTKR'S TOOLS. 1 CHEST FILLED WU'U fAUFKNTKR'S TOOLS. SOUTH OR PHONE 1042. APPLY 635 STH STREET REPLIES .Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS AUCTION SALE "OF-'SCHOOL LAUDS. PUBLIC Notice is hereby given that r .Auction .Sales ot School Lands will be held in the Province of Al- berta at.'.the places and on the, dates hereunder" _ Viking, Monday. November 15, 3920, at 10 o'clock a.m. iLeduc, Wednesday- November 17, Mho'clock a.m. Wednzsday, IS20, at 10 o'clock a.m.. Thursday. November at 10 o'clock a.m. Friday, November 19, 1920, at 2 o'clock p.m. Eckvllle, .Saturday. November 20, at 10 o'clock a.m. Okotoks. Monday, November 1920. at, 10 o'clock a.m. t. InhisCail, .Tuesday, November 23, 1020, at 2' o'clock Ip.u .Diuebury, November 2 o'clock'p.m. Macl'.od, Wednesday, Novembor-21, Ui20..ai 10' o'clock a.m. Vriflay, November 20, at irclock n.in. Friday, November 28, 10 o'clock November 29, 1920, at 2 o'clock p.'.u. Empress, .Wednesday, December 1, 1920, at 10 o'clock The lauds will: lie in quar- ter-sections or portions' thereof, sub tp. a certain upsot price m' each case, and also to the terms and con- ditions as. annpunCQd by tbe Auction- eer In charfjc, prior to tbe commencement of the sale. 1. TERM Si OF. PAYMENT. Qntvtenth of, the purchase" price Ip of sale anjl the bal- unco, tu uine equal annual Instalments with rate of six per cent per annum on the balance of the purchase money-from time'to time remaining in :'cases -vvliere the area of the. land sold does 11 acres, in which.case terms of-payment will.'bo onc- U ilhi j ca.sh and -ihe uc a ,.ia four. equal annualinstalments with Iriter- CH'. rate oi six uof.ce'nt per 3iniiini..on .the balance of .the pur-j liio'.icy from liine to lime re- maining unpaid'. Scri; ur warrants will not be. ac- Li.-iteil io i.-aynisnt. f'oivfnrther partii.-nlars sea posters. of the luinl? ic be offered may bo bnil on application to the Secre- lary, peinrtiiicn't. of the Interior, 'Ql- to-Frank A.'Collins, Supervisor Scbocl Lajirts, 50C Tribune liuild- Maniloba. or to'any Agent of Uoniinion Lands for Priii'vlnpc of Alberta. Byjorder, 'J. W. GltBENWAY, Commissioner or. Dominion Lands Department of the Ottawa, 1920. Ad a IN THE SUPPEME COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT. OFJ LETHBRIDGE BETWEEN; JOHN DEERE PLOW COMPANY OF CALGARY, LIMITED, PLAINTIFFS. AND GUST ANDERSON AND: SAM MARTIN, DEFENDANTS. To_ SAM.MARTIN, one of the above TAKE .NOTICE that ail action, has been commenced herein in this Honor1: able. Court .to recover'from you the sum .of being of y.6ur indebtedness to the plaintiffs-' in respect of a certain1 promissory lien note for {485, dated. the 1st day of April, 1918, and payable to the order of the plaintiff at Lethbridse, Alberta, on or about the 1st day of October, 1818, with Interest'at the" rate; of-8 per cent, per-annum before' maturity and 10 per cent, per. annum after ma- turity, which note you -have guaran- teed on the hack thereof as follows: "For value antee the payment-of the within note, br-a'ny renewals or extensions'there- of, and hereby waive protest, demand, notice of non-payment and diligence; and agree to he liable thereon In the- relation of co-maker. (Sgd.) "Sam Martin AND TAKE .FURTHER NOTICE that by order of'.the local Judge of the Supreme Court of District of Lethbridge, which was made in this action nn the 25th day of October, 1920, you are'required to deliver your defence or demand of notice herein.on or hefere.Hhe 15th day of November, 1920, TRY A HERALD WANT AD For the amount; expended you will find they are1 a good Invest- ment. They Bring Results 3 ctnts per line, (count words to a Minimum, 26 Six. insertions price of four. PROFESSIONAL AND, BUSINESS WAH KEE'S 'LAUNLY1 MAY REMAIN OPEN AFTER 6, SAYS THE JUDGE man-whose occu- pation Is that ot washing other people's dirty linen Is hot carrying on a commercial business trie meaning 'of the -words contained In the City ot Edmonton charter, assart- ed Mr. Justice Walsh in a judgment quashing a conviction' registered Kee, a. Chinese lauaury- niau, who :haili been convicted and the city vollce .court- for keeping his premises open after 6 o'clock. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOMEiPORTRAITURE, 1214 tH'flp AVE.' SO. pies ,for analysis and the: endeavors used to standardize Ilia aualyeis. Messrs. E. II. of the government .power, plant of Alherta, and J. P.'.McCall ol ,the city of Calgan power plant department, also addressed the de egatis oh mat lers affecting the use of western plaintiffs herein may iudgmeut -gainst 3011 for the amount of their claim and costs and applv for1 sucli further and other relief -aa to' them may seem expedient: Dated in the ProT- Ince of'Alberta, this 25th day of Octob- er, A D 1920 JOHN .VASELENAKj 'Solicitor for above named plalittiffs- Approved: J. A. Jackson, L-JSCA.JDL AdU B, otherv, Ise the temperance soni proceed, to sign at rol, wen GRASSY LAKE U.'F.-W. The regular mopthlj meeting of Ihe U..F. W.-of A.'ni'etlin the Presbyterian church at Grassy Lake on .Saturday, Oct. 10. meeting opeued with a rousing Members present IS. visitors' 0; new leeling bemr a tern In Connection With the Devel- opment of Alberta's Oil Fields in Far North WINNIPEG, Canadian J. Allan.'of'the Alh'ertn University was thq chief speaker at this morning's session of the second annual western convention of the Mining and was on opening addre'ss by Mrs: Eiaen- hauer. Readings by Mrs. McNevin, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. H." Scott. Mrs. Sib- ley, Mra.'Snerburn, Mrs; Johnson, Mrs. McGrath, Mrs Bower, 'Mrs. Wm. Riisbeck Mrs Campbell, Mrs Me- Mrs-'iEieenheauer. The sub- ject .for. the.neit.meeting will be.con- ditions arising out of the roll call of events. iug "closed by singing the'temperance meet again in the byterian -church on Saturday, Nov 13 BRITISH STEAMER ASHORE NEW YORK, Oct. British steamship Plrifeinore from Boston for Glasgow, 7la Philadelphia, is ashore' oft West Chop, Vineyard Haven', Mass.; a wireless report to the naval com- munications said here today. The vessel registered gross tons. THERE. BE AN BRAND Left thigh of horses, .'-eft htpNof cattle. T. 7 Itylandi Block. ,19.8-j left Oilch. liihi ilsirtley, Stirling Alta. 'I'." Left rib of cnttlo. ot Jiorsui- inaa Judson, Taber. Alta Ilii-anded" left- thigh, bnraes. iRrandcd left thigh, cattle B. Holman, Taher. 250-J6 Canadian Institute of 1 Metallurgy. j The necessity for -rnore accurate Information on Canada's mineral re- j sources was emphasized by. j He declared that accurate; Inforniallon. was required with reference to berta because that nrovince wia on the. verge of what might Uie.'great- est oil boom excitement thii liad. ever occurred on tho American In several instances', hisaid, the 'le; velonment of certain mineral re sources in Alberta hai! bt en rc'arded lu rcjorts of the i (loiioslts In question j The pro'spects were nicst'promising, Div Allfin said, for, tbe occurrence of 'i large producing oil field in the far north and thai already a rush of oil seekers was.preparing to -sU'rl north. raa soon as the Ice >ras thick enoujili Uiir great problem-ln 217-110 the Immediate future to ba'solved was 1 that of transportation. Only these who had been-In the northland could rea- lize Ihd xilfrinultlcs which bo encountered, lie ,T. A. Hlcliard. actim; chief Inspector of mines ot outlined Ihe-'-ethods.of coal Bam- ITAPRpVINaAlSfflOOL AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Domestic Scieccc CONSISTING OF AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCIENCE Cookini, Sewing -r'li'" Laundry S Home Nuralng i Engllih and Arithmetic Hbucchold Managtinent Sinttatlon Dairying Agronomy. Animal Husbandry Mechanics Veterinary Dairying Poultry Farm Management Horticulture f> AUCTION SALE H0RSES, CATTLE AND MACHINERY ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3 AT I P.M. ,0n the Ranch 6f A. McCullough, 6 Miles Due South of Cardston i 45 head of raining three-year-old Hereford Durham steers, 10 bead of IMsteln ati'l Burham milcli teltet, S licad of 'horses, and a quantity of.farm tnnchliiery ami liarnesa! KVerylhliiK vvlll be sold the owner is giving up farming. Auctioneer O Phyaleal Cultura" NO TUITION FEE NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION Courses extend over two Vrlater of fire months each commencing Get. 29 and closing March 26 ._, Open to boys and girls who have reached sixteen of age. Calejda- o! stui.es and Application ef Admittance obtainable fiom: O. S. LONGMAN, r: Principal School of Agriculture. Raymond HON. DUNCAN of Aerllulture. Edmontoa A. E. MEYER, of >gricaltuial Schools and.' Pdmonstratton Farms, Edmonton AT GREENFIELD'S EXCrLVNGE On Thursday Afternoon Next, October 28th Wlien a quantity of Furniture, .Stoves, etc., will. bo sold to the '.hfgjiestV.-biddpr. This sale is by our removal to n'ewf. prernise.s In tho Majestic .Theatre building.' Frank Waddinglon WILL SELL Old Engines Made MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlor's Mrs. .Woods, Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7th St, Ground Floor. Farris Service Ai Scientific Collectloni Everj-iriiere. Conlmgcacy hasij. We enlU. Everytiilcg In accountancy. Prompt attei.Uoo. 4 Acadla Bloct. Phoso 1618. WATER LOCATOR WATEH cau locate water for you. I never have failed. Charges reasonable. T. Da vies. 121S 5th Avo. A, South. Phone 1242 Lethbrldge. ________ OBNT.VL Dh. M. ,_______ ___ ute ol lloyal Collofe ot DentaYsw-'' feoEi. Toronto. X-ray Office: Rooma 5 to'J, Brjraia Block, v Phone 1071.. y.i U T. I, University of -Marylandj eiulpment Office, Room 8 Eylindi BuUdibe. Phone 1165.' UK. L IJrs. acd i Bocra 9 to S. OBia Fhorjo :a7t- j_ t SQUINT? If Il'e a sign that you'ra having some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes Bunder such circumstances may lead'into, a serious state of-at.' fairs. Ths could give you is, see us. An psamlnation vvill tell at once whether' or-not you' need glasses to-correct .any ,eye fault. J.'M. HENDEKSpN Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. OR. T.- W. KOX-DlBtrtlST, North Wwteira DwUl Ity, Chicago. OUtat. id.noe ihoca 7M OUicu. Bank Bsilldlag. UI4, 1JK. W. D. graduate of Chicago College oMJem! tal Surgery. Alberta Block, abofe' McLeodi Bros Clothing Store Of t nee phone 1506. Residence phonf 1072. DR. C. M. FLETCHER, Dentist, uate of the Chicago Collega ol tal Surgery Nitrous Oiide equipment for eitractions OOft 3 aid t Kmpresj Block. Houn to 12 a.m., .1 to 5 pjn. DK. WM. P. Ondmati of and forms? laitrnetor la NocU- UjlTenlir Dectal bchoeL Chicafo, BL OOlon. Hlclabothaa .Block. UT, Uoart I R- J. S. Dsntlsi, in pyorrlea; Office. Suite 3, Bryan Block. How 9 to 5. Phone 16E9 fi- P. W. RtCHARDS-DentUt, .nate of Cnfcago Colleo at Dental Bnrujry. in oral xircarr and of the mouth. Bean: to 12, i to 6.30. i, Block. Poone 15S9. OSTEOPATH1C By.- having as THE CYLINDERS, RINGS 'AND w'mST PINS uprlo-date ma- "chine, insuring atv r'a- re'aspnable''price'- The "Union" Repair 94i 9th St.- South IRRIGATEDHAY .The deuiand continues strong' and.prices firm. Whether you- BUY OR SELL It pays to use lite service of FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Alfalfa Growers and Shippers Coaldalc and Lethbridge We. require offers for baling oncl hauling 300 tons of hay near city, L. D. S. Publications Ml AUGTION SALE THERE WILL BE OfFeR'ED.FOR AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY; OCTOBER 38TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP BY PUBLIC AUCTION, THE FOLLOWING: 1 grey mare, S years old, 1600 broke; 1 brown mare, 4 yenrj old, )bs., broko; 1 grey 8 years old, 1500 Ibs., Jjrolte' 1 bUcV seldlng, I old, 1100 Ibs., broke; 1 bay maro; 3 years old 1350 Ibs.; 1 blue mare, 3 years old, 1350 Iba.; 1 black more, 3 years 1400 Iba.; 1 black mare, 5 years 1400 Ibs.; 1 black mare C years old, 1500 Ib3.; 2 bay geldings, 3-years old, 1300 2 bay 3 years 1300 2 bay geldings, 2 years ojd, liOO Ibs 1 bay gelding, 4 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 Lay geldlne, 7 years old Ibs.; mares, to 8 years old, 1400 to 1600 Ibs., broke; 1 black mare 5 u-ars old, 1700 Iba.; 3 geldings, 6 years old, 1GOO Ibs. each: G'cows 4 to .7 years old.. This stock Mill be sold as (he owner is giving up farming. This .wjll be one opportunity to buy eomo good mares and geldings your ,6wn prices for they are sired by REGISTERED STALLIONS, CLYDE AND PERCMERON STALLIONS. t'. JUDSON, Clerk. TERMS CASH J. A.'SMITH, Auctioneer I. M, COOMBS Oetartt Newi 'Agent Association of Army and Veterans in Canada Lcthbrldce Unit, No. 34 Veteniiii desirous of Joining '.he above- association, cai, ob- tain information and nnnllca'.Ioa forms from secretary, L, LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6, Loth- bridge. F.H. WILKINS BIGHT; SPECIALIST 327 6th St. S. Opposite the-Emprex. Phone, 1955. Ren. Phono 1837.- Da J. B. 05TEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. (ie-18-20 Sherlock. Bide. HOCTB 10-12, ,2-4, ,ani bi appointment .PKIVATE" THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hat- pltal, mi 7th. S, Lethbrlflje; PhoaB 746. fflcal, medluil and raaternity pa- lemipriTatf roomi..Rates 133.00 and a.wMfc ..Write, tci, tnformatloa to MIB M. E. Van Haarlem, supartit ETTER OLD SOUGKT ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric. MEhl ana Power Contractor! Phone 1S38 and employ onlr first clas< Machinists. Sallsfactlon In p'flct a-id woTKmanshlp. r Tractor Cylinders, regronna, fitted with over-size plstoni rings. N1VEN 1st f.'.'t. S. BROS. PhSRi 1723 VI AVI INPOIIMATION AND LITERATURE free, regarding Vfavl rvherohy suRcrers become well Trltii- oiit onorations. Mr6. K..P. Hnnck, resldeaee 627 8lh St. S. Phono 1S83. OOHSMITHS OUNSHiTHS ft barrels g'mj i-' gun work dona by. gunsmith. kera made, locks repaired, pboLographs, Ugit repaired, layn 'cncnoii bnrpenod. B. Hardonala, Indlia Molorcicls Phone. i6S3. Street, opposite Herald efflce PIANO TtlNlRQ 0. H., and'Organ Repairer. JO jcari'.faelcrr bora Certificate M.-T.-Assn., London, Englnnd. tha.lcadlnf tnatlclans ol the city. Phone 621 lOtb SI 8. AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Dray'lng THE CITY TRANSFER j J. kEftR Phones; Offfco 1H3; ;