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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta l.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER'14, 1920 THK LBTHBKIUGE DAlliY 'HKKALli. PAGE Keep' In Toucli Witk These Pages-an4 It Will Be To Your Advantage to do so REPLIES! been received for the follow- infJlox 19, 28, 29, 30, 34, 38, 46, 78, SO, 89, 98, 115, 131, 132, 134, 135, 137, 138, 145, 148. OWNERS OF PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LOST AND FOUND (Continue J85.0C mare, one'gray geld Treighing 1500 Ibs. each., branded, on shouldeij Ehone H. R. Johnson, Newf Dayton, Alia. mare, brand- ed on right thigh, weight one'white; hind foot. Reward. Box city. Taber and by way of one auto tire on rim, Tread. Under please leave at telephone office or notify F. L. Algutre, 308 7th Ave. A. soPtfa. Lethbrldge- Commerce anBTCetiii- trtdge, large white canvas bag with lock, belonging to working man. Fin- der pleaee return to Herald Officc> 23E-3 bay gelding. 10 years old.'1 on head, right i. shoulder as cut on I right, also branded on hip as cut on'leU at In March. J20.00 re- ward for return to Antony Selesky, Booth ol Henderson Park, .Lethbrldge. 227-6 Raymond, one black mare branded on left hli star on forehead; 1 dark sorre, [gelding, noundi' I brand on left thigh, slrlpeTaceT reward for return to Niels Finder phcsc or write to'T; J. O'Brien, Raymond.' STRAYED from my place on South West 54 Section 33-9-18: One gray mare, branded on right hind leg as the cut 'on the right. .One bay saddle mare, no'brani.. Two fillies, stripe on face, no brand, some wblte feet. One bay mare, three years, Flying P brand (as cut on right) on 'left thigh. One bay mare, four years, rijjug r brand on left, thigh and stripe.on i JaceV "One dirk gelding; 16' no brand, etar on forehead.-'I -H' ____. 15.00 per head will be paW Tor rev above mentioned horses. M. Paulson, four miles east and three, north Coaldale-. 228-6 Left thigh of horses. Left hip of cattle. Lathrep, 7 Rylande Block. 158-0 On right shoulder of cattle. f On right shoulder ol lioraet. 3mA Devlne NUeion. R312.. On left thlsb. (Viliiam. Hartley, Stirling, Alia. 18S-27 On rtgh'. thigh.. TTury Hartley, Stirling, Alii. Left thigh ,.r horses. Urban .Young, Stirling, Alta.' VOW.l NOTICE- TO: HENRY SHIELS, carrying on busi- ness under tho firm name and style "ot The North Letbbridge and The North Lethbrldgo Bakery and Henry Shiels: TAKE .NOTICE that actions have been commenced against you in the Supreme Court of Judicial District of Lethuridge and In tho Bis'- trict Court of District of bridge by claissnts. claiming as hereinafter Btqjed, name- (a) Campbell, Wilson t Home, Ltd., for the sum of eight hundred and twen- ty-elgh't- (J828.7S) and 79-100 dollars; beiqg the of .goods sold and de- livered to you by-Campbell, Wilson Home Ltd., at your request and in'' .your behalf and for yqur'use and benefit, 'particulars of which have- been rendered to you -from time ,to time and .which particulars are with- in your knowledge. (b) Ellison 'Milling Elevator Company, nine hundred and ninety-one and 15-100 dollars; being the price of goods sold and delivered to you by Ellison Milling Elevator. Company Ltd., at yonr request and in your behalf and for your use and benefit, particulars of which have been rendered to you from time to time and-which, partic- ulars are within your knowledge) (c) Pete Credico and Joe CredjM for the sum of two thousand six huif dred and twenty-and 50-lOiX twenty-five hundred dollars for balance of principal and'one hundred arid twen- ty dollars and 'fifty cents (J120.50J for and by virtue of ,the terms provisions of an'as- aignment In' writing'made between Pete Credico and Joe Credico herein and yourself, dated'the iUh-djy of November A.D. the said Pete .Credico and Jo a; Credico sold and assigned their share or in.- The North LethbridBO Bak- ery to you for the sum of three'thou- sand dollars account of which the sum of five hundred dollars has only been paid. (d) R.-5V. Wallace, Limited'for the sum of'two hundred'and forty-two and 9MOO dollars, being the price of goods sold and delivered by R. W. Wallace, Limited, aforesaid to the defendants at their request. AND FURTHER TAKE, NOTICE that by order from a Judge in cer- tain actions in which the above-nam- ed Claimants are you :are requlredito deliver yonr Defence-or Demand of Notice herein on or Be- fore the 24th day of September A.B 1920, otherwise the Claimants herein may proceed to sign judgment against ypu for their claim and costs with- out further notice to you.' DATED at the City of TJethbrldge In the province of Alberta, this 4th day of September 1920. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L.J.S.C. D. H. ELTON, Solicitor for Campbell, Wilson Home, Limited, and'The Ellison Mill- ing Elevator Comliany, Ltd JOHN VASEI-HWAK.i Solicitor for Pete Credico and Joe Credico. MacKENZIB MENZIE Sollcllors for R. W. Wallace, Limit- ed- Ad k. TENDERS' Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. -Phone 1710, Hiill Block, 7th St., Oroua-1 Floor, Towne I? you've aaytbiss, for Fin the typp of man you sell it. In fact.lhatX'tlie sort of man I Left rib of cattle. Left thigh of hereof. JudEon, Tabor, Alta. 2W-60 f CUNARD ANCH-OR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL Cavmanla.Scpl.25 K.A. Vic....Oct. 0 23 K.A. Vic... Nov. 6 Vic.. .Deo 4 NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH AND CHERBOURG Caronla 21 C'aronla...Hov 25 Caronla .Jan. 1 NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH-CHER." BOURO-HAMBURQ Baxonla ..Dec NEW 1 SOUTHAMPTON AquiUnta.Sep 21 Mkuretanla Scp 30 Imperator.Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Mauritania OcL 28 Aquftanla NoV. 2 Imperator Nov. 11 Aquttanla Nov 23 NEW YORK-OLASGOW Oct. 9 Columbia Nov. 6 Colombia Dec. 11 i MONTREAL-GLASGOW, Cassandra Oct. 16 Saturnla.. .Oct. 30 Cusandra Nov. 20 for fall information apply to any K R. or 8. S. AjenU, or Corapiny'6 office BLOCK, tTD 8t, Winnipeg, conditions of services of some resident doctor-, wanted by employees p[ the North American ColHcrT.'Ltd., mlnp at' Coalhurst, Alta: During the past year about 450 men have ueen continuously employ- ed. Up-to-date hospital at the mine. For further particulars, apply Box 313, Coalhurst. CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN i want .man ol type. a day sees, by that 1 don't sorneUiing. Why not I'll mo sell.yonrsT I'won't charge comialMlon. Just a few' lines 'in -the claBsiffed columns ot paper will line you every, prospective buyer IP. tils tovfn reach'as. many people in: so short a .space of time -and .at so small a I Oliver Towne In the year 'and people "all over look to me. daily to, snpply whether'-H sell teorre :a. Job or GRASSY LAKE LADIES PREPARE FOR THE' S PROHIBITION VOTE to.The Heratd) GRASSY. 13.--The'reg- of thanks was extended to the enter- tainment "committee for the toligbV fnl program they had arranged for July 23, when ..Mrs. Sears, provincial president, and Mrs. district organizer addressed the meeting. Al- so the Jadies of Burdett who so cheer- fully helped.with' the music and to Mrs. MacNevIn for entertaining Mrs. Peterson, Mrs; Sears .and our local president.Mrs. Eisanhaiier. Mrs. JIacNabb real! Ba'yeral papers on the coming election on prohibition and outlined have, a right, to vote, the latter being-very1 inter- esting as all the ladies -were anxious i to know just who could'voter Mrs.' Elsonhaucr gave a very pleasing read-i was mncn enjoyed. Thai topic for the day then "Preparing and keeping of garden vegetables. for the -winter." Many useful limls were passed along by the ladles from one to the other and ivas thoroughly, enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be a tem- perance .rally "on Saturday, Oct. 9lh, the theft ot clothing'trqm Frederic's poolroom. was'fined five dollars arid" costs.r'ihij twenty-fours'to absent himself midst. WOULD EGGS INTO FRASER; AIRPLANE A. Pound, superintendent of fisheries, proposes to .employ airplanes in carrying sal- mon eggs to reaches of the Praser Rite'r In' .British Columbia where the establishment of hatcher- ies is jnot idaslble, and the eggs will not. stand- the.-gtrain' of carriage by pack animals. Development of the idea will await the signing of the treaty now pending between-: Canada States. t and the United at 2.30, and every member will please attend and aleo bring along E friend, as Tje'- will '.have an unusually .good program for the occasion... At roll call 14 members, two hew members and vone visitor responded. (From Oar Own Correspondent) WAIJNEH, Sept. convic- tions were obtained by Constable Hid- beforn L. P. Gfady, J.P., hero on Saturday. The former was against Tod Verbur'g, of Coutls, under the double charge of '''Driving Vitbout 3. license" and ''Using 'another's li- cense." It seems the accused liad de- vised the happy idea of borrowing one of his brother's llcensea'antl using it on tho front of his own car. -.'.Thi.i seemed to pass O.K. in Coutts, bu'i when, ho appeared in Warner last Constable Hldson immediately "got.on his to find out why he was minus the second plate. Ho was told that it was lost, but would shortly be replaced. Being sus- picions, a. wire was sent to, Edmon- ton, which elicited the Information IhaMlio license plate, used -by the ac- cused belonged to accused's brother. Consequently the latter was sdmmon- ed under the double charge, and fined .ten cocts. The latter convictlou was obtained against Henry Hills, a harvester, for Can Hair Be Grown Delmay's French Hair Tonic Is not guaranteed to do this, but 'we have cases where It has created new growth. It will bring back the hair whert It ilaa fallen out on account of sickness.. Try Delmay's French Hair Tonic; It makes a beautiful dressing, not sticky, daintily pcrfimv removes dandruff. Price, a bottle. Sold by one druggist In every- town. s. jnckson, prescription special Avo. and 6th SI, 364.' PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS" MEDICAL MASSAC5 OINTAL DB. M. T. ORA1> utd ot Rsyal College ot Dental Toronto. X-ray eqnlpmeas. Roonu S to 7, Bryan Block. Phons 1071. Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Coullcsency basis. Ws get liultj. Everything !n accountancy. Prompt a tie n lion. Acadla Block. Pooae Hit. DR- L. T. University o( Maryland; X-ray equipment Office, Room S Ryland Building. Ptone 1165. MAKINC IT CLEAR" Men who Bee clearly think clearly acd (jnlckly. Nothing BO dulls "the comprehension as atrained eyesight. It1.develops a lassitude and nervous- ness-that Is a to con- centration. Correct glasses is the quickest remedy.. -we will charge you nothing' f6r the examination and little correct glasses. J..M. HEK'DBRSON Wright's Jewelry Store. SIGHT SPECIALIST Bctrthird Block. Thtri Ava. ftrntk, Phop.e Phone ItST. Hay- each step carefulljr result, satlsbctirry hay. TIMOTHY, ALFALFA Mixed Timothy, -Alfalfa Meil: Farm Prtdudi ltd. JCoaldale Lethbrlitge': 'BINDER far sso ft. x, GET YOURS NOW! C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Prince Fred. William...Sept. 22 Co'rsle'an -'i..Sept. 25 Victorian :.............Sept. 29 Meiita 2 Empress of France.....Oct. 5 Empress'pf Britain 13 Minnedosa 16 Prince Fred. 20 Metag'ami ...----.......Oct. 23 Victorian .-.Oct. 27 Ccrslcan ...............Oct. 39 GLASGOW ..........Oct. V Sicilian .................Oct. 13 Pretorlan .Oct. 22 i JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 issued on all other Atlantic Lines! Steamship; Are you thinking of going to your Old Country tor Christ-, mas? A rusb business Is expected during November and December and we advlsejearly application for reservation. Phone H12 nnd full informa- tion 'regarding rales and sailing will be cheerfully given. THE ROSSfTER AGENCItS 'Phone 1412 Hlglnboiham Block Information LAURENCE GINtiELL, M.P. Irish Nationalist of the British Parllamehl, who hag arrived in Montreal. Ho has also been the centre of many stormy scenes In ths British Commons-ORd has bcou siis- penued once. T-A-X-I D. 1, Stewart, Pro'p. Leaves Lethbrldpe P.O. at8.30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday en to Turin via Coalhurst, Commerce, Picture Butte and Iron Springs. Ing Turin on return at 12.30 p.m., arriving Lethbrldge 4 p.m. Passengers conveyed to any point at 8 cents per mile. PHONE 1S26 231-S WORK DIAMOND iJHWu.LEl'iAsptciALTr SETTER SSI-S-.-ST LETHBRIDGE JOtO GOLD a SILVER BOUGHT SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 401 3rd'Ava.. 6, Ueinbr'.djs, Alberta Rids In i McLaughlln Special. It coots no more. Eddie Bereer, Prep.' A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 AUTO TRUCK B Light Heavy Draying I THE CITY TRANSFER I J. KERB V- Phones: Office 1143; Ret. 683 p g 203-26 I 1 G. SPENCE TAXI Phone PKone DAY AND NIGHT f Plate Leave Train Cills Early Gnrney.-Oxfotd Furnaces s EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1NSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Mettl J38 9th St. 171] DR WILL H. to Drt. Iturs and Uim. Hoarj to 5. Office Block. Fhoao tfi. OR. T. W. nmta Nortli Dusui iiy, CSIcsjro. pboDj 7U; Hcooe phone 761 Bank DR. J. 8. ipedtl Ulus in pyorflfc; oqolpment Bolte S, Bryan Block. Honn: 9 to 5. _Phoae 15E9. W. D. ol Chicajo at tol Surgtrr. Albarta Block, ibon McLeod Btut. tJotilng BUM Ol- Vet C. M, of too Chicago at T. HOOT, t to 1. Ol foar doon north of udn hoUL Phou Bw. enav Oruuu foriror initructnr Is North- Dilvenlty Dental 'dcJiool HL MT, Houri to Rj P. W. Dentlit, of Chicago ol Specialist sipartn- tcndeat. MJtIO 3LAIRE S. DOBLE TeacKeY ol Piano, Theory and Fletcher Jtnsle Method. Studio will ijeopen about the 'middle ot September. 22i-2S MISS M. Playing and Theory. Bupila enter, ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ol Music, London, England. 100 peP cent, last year successful.' MRS. W. H. ol Piano and Theory.. Pupils-iifepared lor the Toronto Conservatory Music' desired. 'Annual spring recital. Studio; 1238 5th Ave, A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS in French drr cleaning. We are tht oldesl cleaners In Ihe city. We use the genuine Prenrh syaterj, which cov- ers bvery spot and eliminates pos- sible. Injury to garments, giving hlji' class resulls. Special attention to work. 324 6th Street South.- Phone 1812. Collect and deliver LEB WING, TUB pressing, and HUb-clna work, at lowest prices. Detlverr free. 119 Tth SL 8. Pbona 1019. LOO Repairing alterations well dons it reasonable prices. We Bell foi end dsllver goods. 7th St, Sontti. Phone 1528_ W. N. KTJTH, Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Stveet, I Doris L R. Gocq COMMERCIAL .PHOTOGRAPHER J t -N (s now open to take on -tria work of or two rrioro Gourv Iry Drug Stores. Write 1214 .THIRD AVL. SOUTH D. S; Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deseret Ager.t Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Unit, No. 34 Veterans deslroua of Joltjlng tho abovo ob> fain Information and application forms from the secretary t, LEIGH, P. G.'Bcx No. 6, Lctb- bridge. Let Andy Bo It If yonr aulo( or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, tie "know tho eaulpment and btggont shop la It tt your service. ANDY THG RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grin Farmers When In nttt of TRACTOR It will be to your Inttr- to try US. Wo hcve an np-io-dnle Machine and omtlOT only first clast MachlnlsU, Satisfaction In prloi. and workmanship. Tracer Cylinaors regroQsil, and fitted with ovcr-alzo pUtonj and rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 lit Ave. S.; Phew 17K ;