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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTESIBER 13, 1920 .-THE LITTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAGE THREE" Keep In-Touch- With These Pages-and It Will Be To Your Advantage to do so REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 29, 30, 34, 36, 38, 46, 57, 78, 80, 89, 97, 99, 110, 113, 115, 131, 132, 134, 135, 137, 138, 143, 145, 148. OWNERS OF SOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND ;I-OST- ws.ti.-h d'.-r apply LOST V. -On SUi. seal's g' with Iron crass attached. .Kiu- j li'j-.iu' ivturn to Herald OHU'e or Ave. X.____2S9-3 Call hospital or 0. 'ic-pni on Sept. 2nd. Holy Cross HiHpltEif gr-ivhiates pin with ow-Tier's num.'. litwuril lur returp to 2nd LOST-- i pullover iiweater. ViRdVr rt'.-i-o r-nure to .313 12th'St. Soiitli, reward. I'hon-; 630. M Hi.iiv.-e-rr bridge, tweed JAtYet. Fin'jer .will vtivurdcd on reiurning to the Ix-thbridgu Motors Ltd. SO one white (IIITH. one grey iseljfnjy weighins 1BUO extli., branued on led chouldvi Phone H. It. Jobn-sou, New Dajton, AIlu. bay niare, brand- ed on n-jlit I AW, one-n-W'e lilud fo-ol. ,'niiT" briiii'O by ivsiy el oas eatii tire vn C.xilvoar flintixini! Findet" .--.t oiiii-j or notify r. L. Avt-. A. south, uiilibridgc. Leth- brldge, large '.vliite bai; vrilh lock, brlonginj; to working man. Fin- der please lelvu-n lo Qllx-e. BRAND REGIS1ER Lett thigh of hordes. Left hip of cattle, I.atbrou, 7 Hylauds Block. 39S-0 Ou right shoulder of cattle. On right shoulder of horses. NOwoti. H312. On left thigh. Hartley, Stirling, Alta. 1S9-27 On rigl-.'. thigh. Hartley, Stirling, Alia. Left thigh tf horses. Youog, Stirling, Alia, .'8927 203-H Left rlli of cattle. Lefl Ihlgh las Judson, Taber, Alta. 21740 TENDERS Ja.OO geldtog, 5 yrs. j ______ old. HJO IbE.. had wire cut on F0It TUB ERECTION OP A NORMAL both front feel. Branded .on lef! Notify H Honi t'o., o. doors from Mac Lean's School, south. P. O. Bo" Lethbridge. 229-S bay gelding, 10 years old. star on bead, branded on right I shoulder as cut on right, also branded on ,_____ _____] right-hip as cat on left. seen at Taber In March. re- ward for'return to Antony Selesky, south of Henderson L' 2-27-6 STRAYEtK-From black mare branded on left hit star.on forehead; 1 dark sorre, J pounds, brand on lefl thigh, stripe'_____ {10 reward lor return to Niels Jensen, Raymond. Finder phone or wriio to T. J. O'Brieo, Raymond. ____________.___________' 220-G STI'AVED from my place on South West Ji Section 33-9-19: One gray mare, branded on right hind leg as the cut on the right. lmmt Out! bay saddle mare, no brand. Two two-year-old fillies, stripe on !acc, no brand, some while feel. One bay rnru'C, three years, Plying P brand (as cut on right) on left thigh. One bay mare, four years, Flying r brand on left thigh and stri'pe on face. One dark--Bcliins. 15 years, no 1 _____ brand, star on torolnwd. Tenders and conditions of .services ?o.U'j per hcud wiil be for re- j of somo resident doctor wanted by of above mentioned horses, i the employees o( Iho North -American win 51. Paulson, tour miles east and I Colliery, Lid., mine 'at Coalhurst, three north of Co.ildale. Alta. During Ihe pasl year about 400 men have been continuously employ- ed. Up-to-date hospital at "the mine. For further particulars, apply Box 313, SCHOOL AN'D INSTITUTE OP TECHNOLOGY, CALGARY, "CONTUACT A" Separate sealed tenders covering Contracl "A" In all trades wjll be re- ceived mi till 12 o'clock Noon on Mon- day. September 20th. Each tender must be accompanied by nn accepted cheque payable lo Ihe Minister of Public Works to the amount of are per cent, of the lender. Should Ihe ccr.triet be awarded tlie successful bidder shall be requir- ed lo execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety Company, "to the amount of Twenty per cent, of the contract. The cheques of. the unsuccessful bidders shall be relumed -within six days after the conlract is awarded. Plans and specifications will be issued to applicants at the office of the Provincial Architect, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, on recoipl of 3 deposit of {25.00, which will be re- funded on return of plans and Bpeclfl- calions'and a bona fide lender. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, or waive any defects L. C. CHAHLESWORTH, Deiiuly Minister of Public Works. Hated al Edmonton, this 3rd day of I September, 1820. Ad L T0wne if anything for.saleiTm.the- type of man' you want lo sell it. ijr fart 'that's the sort of man I a man of type. Nevfr a day goes'by-that Tdon't sell something. Why not let ma sell' yours? I '-won't charge a cent commission. Juat a few .lines in the classified 'columns ;ol Ibis papef will line up for you every prospective- buyer in Uils town, Can you reach as many people in so short a. space or time and al so small a cost as I can? I'm Oliver Toirne every day in the year and people "all over town" look to me daily, to supply their wants' whether :it Is' to sell things. rent houses, sell automobiles, secure a job or sell household furniture. r BRYAN WORKS f FOR CANDIDATES -J ON DRY TICKET; PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE CENTAL Medical Massage. Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710, Hull Block, 7th St., Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency j ;f Scientific Collections Everywhere. basis. We n- Everything la accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Block. Phpce 1616. J MAKING IT CLEAR who see clearly think clearly and quickly. Nothing so dulls tho comprehension S3 Elrained eyeslghl. It develops a lassitude and nervous- ness that is a great obstacle to con- centration.r Correct glasses Is lha quickest remedy. We will charge you nothing for the examination, and little lor Ihe correct glasses. J. M. HENDERSON In R. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. WASHINGTON, Sept. Jennings Bryan, who waged an un-1 successful fight in tlie Democratic con-1 vention for an out-and-out'dcclaratton on prohibition and for. a lican League ot mined to remain ;in the' Democratic j party, but indicating that he; would devote himself almost entirely in tiie next eight weeks to the election of members of congress favorable to con- tinuance at prohibition act. BURGLARS LEAVE 129 PENCILS IN EXCHANGE MONEY AND'JEWELS SPOKANE, Sept, burglar. who visited the home of Mr. and Mre. i Julius Mueller during the absence of' Ihe family Monday evening took in money and" a'quantity of jewelry, and stuffed 12? pencils in Mrs. Muel- ler's purse. TENDERS WANTED ,TO RENT .Mcnlloii The Apply_1222 Srd_Avc. A" S.' TO furnIshedTedroom. suitable tor 1 "or 2 persons. Apply SM 7th Ave. S. or phone 12C2. TO if I iTfhiTUn i cm 'Bank Building. Ajiph- UHhbridsc. Manager, Union 71 TO Furnished suite in -Sue? lock Hide. Auply w. M. Harrir, Agency. Phone 1313. 520 (i TO crn house. Close in. Apply Bos 05 IK-ralti. 226-8 preferred Phono H25 or apply Mrs. W. H. Lees, 1253 oth Ave. A. S. 222__C TO Victoria Mansions, very desirable furnished apartment, wilh prlvald Nt. children. Hef- erenccs. Apply lo Mansions office, 3rrt_Avc. S._ Phono G36. 28 TO TafgoTnfiirnlRhed front roonii, on ground floor, bath room adjoining, nowly decorated gas Apply SOD 7lh Ave. S. Phono for Iwo friends, gentlemen pre- ferred. Close in. use of phone. Apply 523 1th SL soil 111. young men. per week. Aifnly 1C07 3rd Ave. S. 229-6 STORAGE Beit storage space la fMy, Inclndini! good cellar, la largo bricfr building, with for all kinds of goods In CArloto or less. Ratea able. SAUNDEng HAT AND QHATh COMPANT iai Second Ave. S, Lelhbrldse. _ Phono 732. 2-0 Coalhurst. NOTICE NOTICE is bereby given that, in ac- cordance wilh tho provisions ot The Irrigation Act. the .undersigned have filed'the necessary memorial and plans required by Sections 13 and IS of the said act, wilh the Commissioner of Irrigation, at Calgary, Alta. Thfi applicants have applied for tho right io divert two huiiilrM and twen- ty acre-feet o! water per annum from Pothole creek at polnts'on'the South- west quarter of section 20 and north- wcsl quarler of seclion 17, township 7, r.-ingp 21, wes.t of the -llh meridian, for Irrigation and for the righl to 'construct the necessary works, as shown by Ibe memorial and lilans filed, lo en.ibte Ihe water so di- verted to used for the said irriga- lion purposes on Iho following loads, viz.: Northwest quarter of suction 17, north half and southwest, ciunrttr of section IS (lying east of. St. Mary and tho northwest quarter of section 17. .Duted al Lethbridge, Alia., this 25lh 0. V. JIUSSKLL, E.-H. HUSSpLL, F. A. Applicants. day of May, 1920. H. JOHNSON, of who says'no one- could-have done him any greater kindness than the friend whp ad- vised him to try fifteen -pounds. Ad T. DRV CAMEL FINDS OASIS WITH TEN GALLONS LEMONADE INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 12. Fifty Indianapolis police officials on special duty at the Indiana slate fair were called upon early Tuesday to corral a which apparently had not lip.d Its drink during the last eight clays. It wandered from Its own show grounds into a soft drink booth and drank ten gallons of red lemonade be- fore the police, and the camel Iralner eel It back into "Ihe gaMpn of -Allah.' "Not In a long time have I enjoyed, such good health or felt so well gen- erally as I do since taking said W. H. Johnson, :I19 ICast 43rd St., Portland. Ore., who holds a re- snonsible position with the North- west Transfer Company. "About a year ago I began suffer- ing from lack of appetite and stomach troubla ami ainco thai Is until Tnniac set me have felt so poorly that I could hardly do my work. My food seemed to do me little good, if any, as my digestion was had, and-I lost both weight and strength continually. "After every meal there was a dull nagging pain In the pit of my stomach that kept me feeling miserable for houra. "Thn jiu 'rem my sour, undigested food would bloat me up terribly and my nerves were so upset that I would Ho awake half the night' unable to Bleep. I wan constantly having blind- ing dizzy spells and could not bend over and straighten up quickly but what everything seemed ns dark as" night to me. "1 was telling a friend one day how baa I felt and ho advised ma to Iry Tanlac and I Just want to say he couldn't-havo done mo a greater kind- ness. "I havo picked np all of fifteen pounds In weight, my appetite is fine, and although I am eating just' any- thing I want my stomach never gives me a parllclo of trouble. My sleep Is sound and restful and my strength and energy have been so renewed that my work is no longer a burden to me Tanlac Is sold In Lelhbrldgo by John D. ilislnbolliam Co.; in Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, ami in Warner by Mrs. N. Der- Ad Inigatd .The.Better GROWN CURED BALEb LOADED Wo follow carefully result, fiatls faclqry hay. TIMOTHY, 'ALFALFA Mixed Timothy, and Alfalfa Alfalfa Meal Farm Products Ltd. Coaldale Lethbridge BINDER for 550 ft GET YOURS NOWI Youth Immigrated From Scot- land and Got Job in Canada George'-Ma'the- son's restlessness hade him to leave the highlands, he packed his hag, kiss- ed his mother good-bye and departed from Inverness, Scotland, for Winni- peg. A few days ago the 17-ycir-old adventurer arrived. 5le was down to his lest ha'penny, so, it-waa imper- ative that he get a Job at once-. "There's a government .farm labor a chance acquaintance told him. 'Tis stoobers with strong arms and backs that the farmers need. May- be you can get a job there." Young Matheson asked for work as a harvester. J. A. Bowman, in charge of tho bureau, sent him to D. J. South.- am at Pierson, Manitoba. Two nights later, when George came in from the fields dog-tired and hungry, nfler his first day's work and aat down at the supper table, Mrs. Sontham stared at him. She took off her spectacles, wiped and replaced them and stared again. "Gracious she exclaimed. "You do like my brother back in the old country. Whereabouts did you cpmo from, boy, "Why, I came from said George, as well as lie could with a mouthful of potatoes and eggs. "Yes, ma'am; Inverness. Scotland." And then Mrs. Southam flew around the table and kissed him. The hoy was her nephew. She was his father's sister, but hart not seen her Scottish relatives or communicated with them for 10 years. "It's a small commented Bowman .afler reading a letter from George telling of the reunion. TAKES PETITION TO EDMONTON (Macleod Times.) A. R. McFadrlcn, who hag been working moat strenuously during tho summer in promoting tho South Jiac- leod Irrigation' Project, left for Ed- monton on Wednesday morning, tak- ing with him the signed petitions and olher papers connected with tho scheme. Jlr. Mct'adden hopes lo re- turn with Ihe assurance lhat Iho first steps In Ihe inauguration of tho dis- trict will he taken this fall. The "Master Key" T-A-X-I D. J, Stewart, Prop. Leaves Lethbriclge P.O. at 8.30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday en route to Turin via Coalhurst, Commerce, Picture Butte and Iron Springs. Leav- ing Turin on return at p.m., arriving Lethbridge 4 p.m. Passengers conveyed to any point at 8 cents per mile. PHONE 1926 231-5 F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Thlri ATS. South. Phone 1959. Re i. Phone 1837. SETTER 331-5-57 WATCH OLD GOLD a SltVER BOUGHT SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 401.3rd Ave. S, Lelribrldge, Alberta In Mclaughlin Special, It costs'no more. Eddie Berger, Prep. A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 1 AUTO TRUCK H nnil Heavy Draylng i THE CITY TRANSFER I I J. KERR I Phones: Office 1143; Res. 683 I 203-26 g A. G. SPENCE TAXI Phone 428 Phone DAY AND NIQHT Please Leave Train Calls Early Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHFNG GENERAL 1 TINSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal WorV.ri S36 eth St South Phorn 1713 M. DENTIST GKAU- me ot Hojal Colloje ot Dental Sue- Toronto. X-ray eg.ulpm.enf Office: Rooms 6 to 7. Bryan Block Phone 1071. T- graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment Office, Room 8 RylandJ Building. Phone 1165 WILL 11. Succsmor lo Dn. Uarrs and Harm. Hoara 9 to 6, OK ice Block. Fhoao OK. T. w. North Wwlorn DenUl Ity, Chidyo. Ottice, phoii) 78S; m phone Hi. Olticei: Union Bank Bulldia eraauiia of Cbiciso Collide ol Surtwr. Alberu. Block, McLeod Store. Ot- So, (hoas Kaldanw phon. ua c. M. ot (hi, Chicago College ol DenUl Bunjdry. Hour.; 9 to 6. rour doori nortli ol the Alei- 410- 91 J. Qraguata foraisr Instructor hi North- rjeaui HI Offices, Ulglnbotnam f Honri 9 to 1-K. J. a. epeclai: ne in pyorrhsa; XT.ay oqulpmcat OHics. Bulto 3. Bryan Block. Hours: to o. Phona 1559. DR. P. W. RlCaAHDS-DenUjt. grad- of Ciicigo College at Dental In oral iiseasw of the moutu. Houn: to 13, 1 to 6JO. Suite S, alocfc- Poono 1I9J. CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE II. SMITH methods are 'Nature's own Free consultation and analysis Hours: 10-12 arid 2-i, and by' ap- pointment. Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and Ij-il. ______________VIAVI. CHANGE OP JIANAGEJIENT and Liluralure free regarding Viavi Heniedies. -.vhereby sufferers become well without oner- alions. Mrs. K. P. Hunck, residence 527 sth St. S, Phone 1SS3. JS SPIR61.LA CORSETIERE 8PIRELLA COIISBTS AND ACCESSORIES F. A. Parier, 1816 .7lh ATO. N. Phone OSTEOPATHic DR. J. E. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. S1S-1S-20 Sherlock Bldg. 'Hour3 10-12, 2-4. and appointment Phono 193S, PBIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM pltal, 122S 7th Ave. 8., Phoso 746. Accommodation lor inr- Bjcal; medical and maternity Private .nd 'jemi-prlrata rooms, nates J30.05, J3S.OO and J3S a week. Write lor information :to Mrs. M. a.Vaa (e'ndent J MJIIC CLAIRE S. DOBLK Teacher of Piano, Theory and Fletcher Musfo Method. Studio will reopen about the middle of September. 222-2S MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho oxaminations'of the RoyaZ Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England. 100 jet- ceiil. last ye_ar successful. MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Torouto Conservatory, ot Music exams if. desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th Aye; A, South. CLEANERS AND PBESgERS TUB in French- dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In thB city. We use tha genuine Frenrh system, which COY- era tvery spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to'garments, giving hlga' class results. Special attention loi country work. 324 6th Street South, Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. LEE5 WING, pressing, and repairing. High-class work, at lowest prices. Delivery free. 119 7th St S. Phona 101S _ a _ _ LOO CLEANING, Repairing and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. We sell for I and deliver goods. 320 7th SL South. Phono 1528. harrels Etraightened, guns resloclc- by d gunsmith, made, locks repaired, bicycles typewriters, phonographs, anr light machinery repaired, laim mowers D. E. liacdonald.Jndlan Motorcycle Agent Phone 1031 6th Street, opposite Herald office aECTRJC SUPPLIES' Electrio Ught anS Power Contractor! Phone 1333 CO. Sth 3L S, Lethbridgs, Farm Lighting a Specialty. Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple. DECORATINO The Decora- tons. and Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating end Sign Writing. Estimates gjven The oldest established painters In Leth brlil BO Res. phone 1472; office phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. AlberU. A. MBADS-Palntlng. Faperhasging. Phone 690. 611 Sib Avenne South, 557__0 EJTL. COPELAND. E, R. KENT" Tha Pyrlmfd Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a spe- cialty. Satisfied customers our aim Phone IS03. 616 12th St. Sooth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. Thirty-five years' experience In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating. 987 llth bt. South. Estimates free. Res. PhCce 1104 PIANO TUNING b. H. EXPERT Player.PIano and Organ Repairer. 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., fxmdon. England. References to tbe leading musicians of Ihe Phono 116S 627 10th St. S. WATER LOCA'TOR WATBR can" locate water for you. I richer have failuil. Charges reasonable. T. L. bavies 1218 5th Ave. A, South. Phone 1247, Letbbridge. Guaranteed Battery Service A written guarantee with all battery repair work. A com- plete battery and electric ser- vice given. Prices arc less, KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND OXY-ACETYLENE W. N; KUTH, Corner 1st Ave. and lotb I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER is now open to take on the work of one or two more Couiy try Drug Stores. Write for L. D. S, Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deseret Newi Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrldoe Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining Ihe above association, can ob- tain Information and application forms from the secretary, L, LEIGH, P. 0. Boi-No. Leth- bridge. Let Andy Do It It yonr auto or tractor radial- or needs repairing, the "know Iho eiulpmont' ant! the biggest shop la Alberts U your service, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Qrlls Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Intlr- eit to try US. We have an vp-to-dtUo Machine Shop and employ only first citii Machinists. Satisfaction In price, and workmanship' Tractor Cylinders regronnd, end fitted with over-size plstoaa and ricg9. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phorte'1732 ;