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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDXESJUY, SEPTEMBEll 1, 1920 'i'RK UE 1JA1M titiKALU PAGE THREE _ -i.i i .1. People Use Want Ads Because They Know They, Will Get Results FOUND NOTICE i v I PROFESSIONAL AND .BUSINESS i 1 LOST AND i-UND When Replying .Men A iw ntd 10 Si. itiJ 5lh Aye. ,S. finiler jloaso notify Her; Id., or uhoue 1U10. LOST One trcv- branded on right J1P.OO fev.-urtl information .NOTICE The city pulica of Lethbridse have ofiice! iii their possession two suitcases, tin- property ol -C'has. Mm-liiasiu, .Mint Rlveri Alia., aud Martin Scilcr- nmu. liarous. Alia. On-uers please tall for same. reward tor-information HHH QrurnT 11 1? A" MHRTP APR .oadins to his raw cry. dLnLUULll rt ftlUKlbAUi S. IS 0. Uurr.eli. Sulti-usi1. Hie property ot An- lie OlshasUio, widow, coniaining hidy'6 Montreal Victory Union L'aaU for alco purso EoiiieViish. lender pieaso return IMsko's store, Smfonlville. and receive ro'vard. North Lclhbridge inu- cemetery, silver liuutiug Isver Clostu ci68.' please return to 1, and A. St. .N'orth. receive 221-0 nytv.-ec-ii tieiiot'aud li'CS Av.'. S., containing cash i.aaps. Itew.K.rd tor return to above itidress. ,11-0 reward tor each: Uay gelding, bald face, white hind teet to fetlocks, poauils. years. braiHK'd ou right [i zs cut right, j'ancl 'also branded-on _____ shoulder as cut ou left, fore Aliped, and ehod; lost in October, 1919. strip on forehead, snip on nose auil upper lip, vrhlle Mud feet to fetlocks, pounds, 12 yearis.old, branded R h on lef shoulder, mane reached last [all. Notify 13. F. Hagell. Coaldale. 2U-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Impounded In the municipal pound tept by the undersigned at Gahem, >n the NVSV..V4 of Sec. 20-4-S- W. 4, one grey stud colt, brand- ed on right thisb as cut. FRED J. 818-lh Gahern, Alta. BRAND .REGISTER [KM Left thigh ot horses. UM Lett hiu o( cattle. Lallirop, 7 Rylaiids Block. SALE PUKSUANT lo the Order ot His Honor Judge Jackson' made- the 23rd day of Augi-.t. A.U., 1'jl'U. in a certain cciion wherein" HAKMON SAMUKL! HOL-MKSand AMAIUAH FRANKLIN FI1EEMAN are Plaintiffs and ROB- ERT GOODWIN is defendant. Iho fol- lowing'lands aiid premises, natuely: All ot Sections 5, C, and 7 in Town- ship Range H, and ull ol Sections 1. 13, and the South half of Secllou 13. in Township 3, Range 1G, and tho Xorth half and the South East Quarter of SectioL 2, iu Township..3, llango la, All of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta containing according to the Dominion Govern- ment survey 4010 acres more or less; will foe offered for sale hy public auc- tion ou Monday, the 13th day of Sep- tember, A.D.-. 1920. at twelve o'clock noon in front of the Warner Hotel in the town of Warner in the Province of Alberta. On the property there is said to be about seven miles of fencing and a small ham. Tho property will be offered {or sale subject to a reserved bid and sub- ject to the reservation; contained in the Grant from'the Crown or In the Certificate Title. TERMS OP.SALE: 10 per cent, in cash at time of 15 per cent in 60 days; 25 per cent, in six months from date of sale; 25 per cent, in one year, and remaining 25 per cent-in two years from siid date of sale, with interest at the rato 9 per cent, per an'num: t FURTHER DIRECTIONS may be from tho Auctioneer or the un- dersigned solicitors, SHEPHERD. DUNLOP RICE, Leth'oridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs herein William Leonard MIsensol, Esq., Warner, Alberta, Auctioneer. AdTJ PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE THE LETHBRIDGE LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS HULL BLOCK, SEVENTH ST. (Ground Phone 1710 1590 verTowne 198-0 On right shoulder of callls. OD right' shoulder of .horsea. Devino R312. On left thigh. Tiiiam Stirling, Alta. .189.27 On .thigh. Hartley, Stirling, Lcit'iliisb-c.f horses. Urban Voung, Stirling, Alia. A Franklin concern makes what is thought to be the most expensive oil in the world, retailing at rate of 400 a barrel. It is a "wrist watch oil that Bells at 75 cents for a bottle con- taming an eighth of an ounce. If you've anything for sale I'm the type of man you vvaut to sell It. In fact that's the son of man 'I am--a man. of 'type. N'erer a day goes by that I dou't sell something. Why not let nio sell yours! I won't cfiarge a ceiu comnilssioa. Just a few lines. in ths classified columns of this' paper n- ill line up for you every prospective buyer In this town Can you reach as many people In BO short a space or lime and at 50 Email a cost as I can! I'm Oliver Towne every day in the year and people "all over town" look to me daily to supply Iheir wants whether it, is to sell things, rent houses, sell automobiles, secure' a Job or sell household furniture. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Aug. W. J. Roberts is in the hospital here whore she underwent a serious operation last Wednesday. She "is making -splendid progress toward 'recovery. M. Dudley, who fas be'cnjn the hospifal-'forian operation for ap- pendicitis has completely recovered considerable-portion of intestine was removed and'shfeVhaE made a remark- able As none'of the'se1cases could have done better 'had they gone to Detroit or Chicago It should be'a matter ol pride to our tojvn to think that we have such a! creditable hospital resident surgcnhs and nurfes capable of doing such good work. We believe In giving credit where credit Is due. HOUSING PROBLEM Farris Service Agency ScientlDc Collection _ Everywhere. basisl We re- tults. ia accountancy.. Prompt 4 Acadla Blot-k. Pbone 1618.' UK. Jl. UEXTWT ur'.s of llojal ot Sur- geons, Toronto. X-.-fj oiiaipmcai. qr.'ice: I'.oome i to 7, Bloct _ 1.. TTAlXS University ul __ _ _ tist, graduate Marylaid; X-ray ortite. Itoom 8. Rylanda Dull'ltng. Thoue I16i. ILJ. it. Saicssso.- to Drs. Marrs and I'.arra. Hwrc 5 ;o S. Ottko Block: Faoaa GLASSES make you see good and look good. We're not only expert in analyz-, ing your eye troubles and correcting the defective vision with the proper glasses, but also carry all tlw newest effects iu mounting so as to lend the utmost of dlstinctiveneas to your appearance. J.'M. HENDERSON At 11. A. Wrigufs Jewelry Store UK T. JU tate North Wcjio.'a llniTo !ty, sAoaj 785; r Idence phono 752. Ud'ices: Vnlon Bank Bolldlcg. 16W Ut IJ. Dttfi'i'lST. ot Cbicag'j College oJ 1-J' Surgory. Bices. McLend ,-Briji. Clothing Ot- ybona 708. C. ii. of tho Chicago- ol DeulU Surjery. Hours. 9 to 6. Ol Room- 3 sod i, Eia'pnu Block, foiif doom north, at tie Alai- 41Q. Her Ml. p. CRAIG. Dehnn. pi and foraisr Instructor iu North- weetsrn Uslrsrslty Denial Cblcaco, ill. Blflnbotham HIE DB JANEIRO, Aujr. ft special message just sent to Congress, points out the ur- and has returaed to his home at Glen-jgency bt solving.the housing problem IntheFederal District.. He Deprecates woodvllle. are pleased1.to learn that. Miss Edna Gold is able to be about again. She had an .operation two weeks ago for removal c.: cancer of the bowel. All the diseased tissue including a the actual building'of bouses by the but-'recommenAs Indirect assistance by'the-granting of loans to and in- dividuals at .a low rate of interest. Some Beauties of the Ottawa Left rib of cattle. Left thigh of horses. Tiionias Judsop. Taber, AltE. NOTICE 1 'fenders will hij received .by the Suporiutendent of tbe Canadian Paci- lie Railway Company at .Medicine Hat, up to no5n, September 7th, for building slructure for Railway bridge .across Seven Peraons Creak, ilcdi- 'tino Hat. involves 600 cubic yards concrete and 1G.OOO cubic yards dry chaimcl excavation. J Plaufl.i specifications and proposal forms-may'bo obtained at the OlSco of the District Knginecr. Calgary, and the DivisioU Kiiglnocr. Medicine Hal J. 51. MacARTilUH, Sunorintendcnt, 5Iedicine Hat August 25th, .1920. Ad X Farmers In ncei of any TRAOTOH it will be to your Inlnr- try We have an up-to-date Shop and employ only first clan .Machinists. Satisfaction In prlca and Toriniaaslilp. Tractor Cylinders and fitleil fith over-sits pistonj and rings. NIVEN BROS. Ave, S. 1732 GRAIN TANKS ANOmONS TO SUIT TODAY SELL YOUR WHEAT through.' the UNITED GRAIN GROWERS For full Information and dally prices, write, nhonp or Farm Products Ltd. W. A. Hamilton, Manager Cpaldale Lethbrldgft Hay Growers and Shippers .Fort William, Fontiac.County, Pro-- ot Quebec, a lovely >pot i Ottawa rlTer, and yet It Is -not so well known it should be. On. ono.flide of the Ottawa river fa Petowawa training and just across the water. Fort William -lies by the side ol a forest of magnificent pins trees.. Since the war Port Wil- liain has become' better known, .for thousands of Canadian, soldiers who for fighting at Petewawa were'there, and liey forget to tell their friends of 1U loveliness and the happjr hours-they'. spent around it. rc.ach fort William, Que- ftccj by a variety of way.s: You may get off the C.P.R. train' on. the main line at Pctewawi railway station, then go two miles across Pete- wawa Camp grounds to Vetewawa village. At the village you may Ulco a boat to the opposite side of the rivor and you are ITI Port H'illiam. Or you may-go to Fort William, from Ontario, by "a more direct route. The Pembroke Transportation Company riins Iho BS. OiEeau. from Pembroke to Joachims ?.t regular intervals, a dis- tance ol about M milts, callin; Petcvfawa village. Km-i and other points. The Tare tor this trip is small, and the trip iuself is most the sceucvy being beauti- t: ful, and on a hot fif.mincr day th? fcreozes blowing alons the wido lake- like Ottawa river ire refreshing as ncs. winds. It woujd indeed be difficult to I. prettier spot' than Tort V.'illlam, Quebec, The place looks like 511 i seaside, for lierc there, in a bench miles In length, and tand) as a sea strand. The crysta.1 waters ol the Ottawa rirer scntly lave, the sclcion fringes of their bed. fu suraratrtinie children play in the sand and holos just as they do at St.'Andrcws- by-the-Sca. Age ind jo'.ilh to- gether by many flowery patto. Tbe bathing beach ia safe, shallow r.l Ihc Choi's, but yon can go out into any depth you wish, for the Ottawa has deep heart The rlvir it dotted iriUnIslands. Motor boats, rowing unals DCS 'fily Its waters. Kon-.eiimrs you see a barge lugging a fioaiins maca of logs to some dlslanl mill. Tbe Hotel Ponllac, ownccl hy the senlal Ohris. McCool. is the soul of Fort William. The-hole! Star.dri beneath towering pines; tn. front golden strand, then the river, and beyond the river the gtatle I'ctc- wawa hilU, which ofleo resound to the firing of the iig guns used by the soldiers training In the open country, There Is a most distinct echo IB this district.. If you laugh or talk in a loud voice tbe hllla will lureiy Uugh and talk back to you. From the Hotel Ponliac sfcaily walks radiate In many directions. It Is a nice walk from the hotel lo tho Beaver Dam. In the fruit ocaion you may gaiter thousands of blue- berries and wild raspberries on the way. "Slow sinks, more lovely 6ru nis race Is run, Along Fort William hills the setting Aim." ____Usrd Byron, who wrote an nm'orlal poem on the sunset In 'ii'.T..', micht have written about t VTiillsm S'incot Mi he i> Miwel r.H.WILKINS SIGHT SPECIAUST Sonthird Block. Thirl South. Phone 1959. Phone 1937. Those who look on never forget tho scene. Sol goes doivri beyond the in a. lobe of deep crimson, lisMing- up the cf the Oitiwa willi h-je. Tho beams dart Ticir Kitver the Salaads. time it scenp ;ss if Nature, in ship of her JK taking a great beavbnly Host intb her breast; Many lie suascls .it Fort Troin the log seats on the resting plr.ce at thp. riverside and make comfortable na- tural scais for the lo Tort William, Clncbcc. is a roman tic spot. H is Ideal place fot- those ?-ho itrc newly wed, or for who are wooinj. peaceful P.nit ,'bcauiiful the (I) Tha Hotel Fort logs on (lie br-ach may have William.x Province of Quebec. In front is a sandy, beach' and1 behind the pine ticcs. LETHBRIDCE OUGHT SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 401 3rd Ave. 8, Lcthbrldge, Alberta Bide in a fricLauglilln Special, ft costs, no -more. Eddie Berger, Prop. Block, 6.M. 'ielejhone 8ST. lioiiri t to S. special In pvorrhea; X-liay Offlco. Suite 3, Bryan Blcct Hours 9 to 5. Phone 1559. R-' P. VV. K ol .Chicago Collese Denta Sortery. CjeclsUit in oral (urgei? Md dlseuu ot tbe mouth. Honri to to 6.SO. 3, Olive Block. Puono 1199. CHiROPRACTORS HYRUM SJIITH and JUNE IS. SUIT! inethod.s. ore Nature's own Free consultation and anal Hours: 10-12 and 2-i, and by" up pointment. Room 205, Sl'.erlo, Block. Phones 1077 and 1111. FULL INFORMATION, also Ltoalnr eiven Vlavl remo- dies', whereby suffering women ca become well without operation Mrs. A. Llngard, offlca 833 7th S South._________ SPI REtTtA CORSETIERE SPIIIELLA AND ACCESSORIES Urn. F. A. Parker. 181f> 7lh Ave. N. _______Phone U22. OXY-ACBTTLENa .WELDINO W. KUTH. Comer 1st Ave. and ISti Street, OSTEOPATHIC DP.. J E. MORN'IS'3, OETEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. 316-1S-20 Sherlock Haurs 1M2. 2-4, and br Vhons 193S; PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'HE VAN HAAflLBlI Private Hos- pital. 122: Tth Ava. S., LethbrWge; Pnone AccommodiUon lor glcal. medlt.il and maternity pa- Uenls.' Private r.d semi-private rooms. Rates (30.03, 533.00 and week. Write :o: information: to Sirs. M H Van Haarlem, tendent THE PrtTita 62S 6th Street South. Phone For'terms and Information' apply. Urs..K. R. Maiwell. M'JSIC CLAIRE S, DOBL-E TeachSr of Piano, Theory a'nd Fletcheb Music M.ethod. r Studio will reopen about tlie middle of September. 222-26 HISS AILEEN M.' Playins and Theory: pupils entered for the examinations of the Ro-yxl Academy and Royal 'of Music. 1-ondon. last yeir were luccesstul. Studio 623 9th' SL South.; MRS. W. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto of Music exams If- desired. Annual spring recital.. Studio, 1238 5th Are. r_ o( voice, piano, and theory. Pupils prepared tor Toronto Conservatory exams. For the par, four years all pnrils tryingihcsc exams tiave been successful, two receiving medalc for highest marks, ouejn the province, the other throughout Che Dominion. Recitals held Christinas, Easter, and June. Resumes teaching Sept. isl. Studio. 1HA cth .St. South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Draying I THE CITY TRANSFER I J. KERR Phones: Office 1W3; Res. 68J g 203-25 1 c.ir.t thsrc by nature po as to afford seats wliic'a 'overs may rest telling their Squirrels .and in hundreds in tho wc-odd play on the trees above your htad, nnti the voices of Uie birds are.selr dam 1'orl loo. Is a place en- deared 1; sweet memories.. Thous- ands of soldlcra vrho trod Its paths', bathed on Us beach and danced in the dance hall at the Hotel Pontlac now sleep In foreign fields. There are .Frequent steamer excur- sions from Pembroke to Dea Joa- diljus and return. The steamer al- Tnya of the Fort William folks ahoard. Not far. from frort V.'llllf.n la 'Die Olseau famous amonssi the Irtlif.ns and local people. The fiock is iOO feet high. Beneath li the Ottawa river Is 400 feet deep. There Is a little lake on top of thg rock. The story Is still told of how In the long aso the Indiana were av semblr-d on this .rock when fin eagle came and bore away a papoose to the consternation o( r.ll aaiembled. Fraser'a la a placo where the Indians ussd to sell their goods to too fur dealer ''a (2) The Steamer Oiseau, in? the Ottawa River front Pembroke, Ontario, to Fort WiW P.Q., and other points, (3) On a natural seat on Fort William Beach: outVpoInt for Inmbcnam, hunters. DM .Joacblnu IB toe last post or. call for the steamer. Here there la a half hour allowed for any who irlftb to visit picturesque waterfalli ID tha vicinity before starting their journey. Port William la historic, for It -vta a trading pott before railways built, and when tho early French ei plorera.wero jolng towards WostenJ Rsaada thoy loft their footprint ners. rlrsr tffortj good trout (Ishlns. Deer aid roaTn, (n iroods. and other fan bearing ple coed ThorJ ..JJt. 4, A. G. SPENCE TAXI Phone Phone DAY AND NIGHT Please Leave Train Calls Early Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSMlTUiNG FREEL ELLIOTT St Phong 171) .GUNSMITHS UNSMITHS A barrela straightened, g'tns restock- ed, gun work done, by a gunsmith. 'kers made, locks repaired; bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowora sharpened. D. E. Macdonild, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phbne'1032.' 6th Street opposite Herald "TlECTRiC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power 'Pbona .1332 Till'} in French dry. cleaning.' "V.'s are the oldest clc-aiiers In HID city. We uss UIB genuine Frr.nrh system, which, COT- ers tvery' ami eliminates pfl5- Eible injury to garments, giving-hlgh class results.- Special attentloQ.to country work. 324 clh Street South. Phong 1812.' ..Colltect BfTwiNG, fins pressing, and repairlrig. work, at lowest prices. Delivery" Jree. 119 7th St S. Phono __________________ S9-0 LOO Repairing and alterations well dona at reasonable 'prices. Wo seU'tof and- deliver goods. '320 7th.St. South, PhooB 1528. st; s, Lethbridge. Ughilng a Specialty. Contractors for Electrical 05 Csrdston Templo. DECORMTINQ Decora tors. Panerbangers and PalntiaTs General Tfcroratln ind Sign Writing. given The oldest established painters tn l.othbrldKQ. Res. phone H72: office plions 1753. Sherlock Bldg., Letn bridge. Alberta. A. Decoratlns ans Papeftanglng. Phone 630. 611 gll Avenne 117- E. L, COPELAND., B. n. KENT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter or decorating and paperhanglng a cl.illy. Satlstleil customers our aim Pbone 1803. 516 12th St Soulh. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Eslohlished 1903. experlenoe In Eiter ior ir.it Interior Decorating. 337 11th M. South. Estimates tree. Itea. Pboco 110 PIANO. TUNING. 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience, non ours CertificAto M. T. Assn., England. Keterences to tba Icadln musicians of the city. Phone 116! 627 lOlh St. S. _______WATER LOCATOR WATER can loclft water foj you. I never, have failed Charges' reasonable. T. L. Davius 121S Avo. A, South. 'Phone 12r Lcthhrldge. Let Andy Do If yOiir ento or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, ths "know tho equipment and tha biggest shop In Alberta li'st your service, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grli? COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER ft now open to tafce on tha worK of one or two more Coun- try Drug Stores. Write 1214 THIRD AVL. SOUTH L. D. S. Publications CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Ccsoret New> Agsnt Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lelhbrldtje, Unit, No. 34 Vetcrant 'desirous of Joining tho abovo can ob- tain Information end application forms from the secretary, L, LEIGH, P, 0. Box No. 6, Letti- bridge. Guaranteed Battery Service A written guarantee with, all battery repair work.'A com- plete, battery and electric a'er- vico given. 1 Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMONB ;