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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1929 THE LSTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Cannot Imprgve on a HER ALP PAGE THREE AD-as a Salesman. Try one Today REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 19, 28, 29, 30, 34, 36, 38, 46, 78, 80, 89, 98, 110, 113, 115, 121, 130, 131, 132, 134, OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Continued) FOR louring tar, This cir Is it good buy at J523.0C. Apply Standard' Garase, Letbbrldge. FOR only six good as new! Bargain (or quick sale, also IS fool show case. Apply R, W. Scott, City Bakery, phone US'. S2 USED OAKS KOI! SALE Farmers, here It is! car with truck body, capacity '1.500 pounds. Guaranteed to in first- [QER running order. Simn for quick sulc. Apply 913 6th Si. i-oulb. 22S-C FOR IKJPGK WINTER TOPS; ALSO A FEW SKCOXIMIAXD CARS. INQUIRE UNITED TAX! SERVICE AND GARAGE. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE pouud kept R. L. Berlin on N. W. y Sec. 25-9-13, on Sept. 2, IMP, 1 black mare branded 311 left sh'oulfe-ri white: hlndj tegs, star oirface. branded tblghllHH white hind-feet. -Dark horse, Branded 27 on right thigh invisible brand on left tiiigb. All of the undermentioned animals I jranded on right shoulder. I Suckling colt, white hind __ eot, white in face! Buckskin iv.-, left hlnH foot white, star .on face. JJay mare ,slar on face. Brown marc, white hind legs, two. white front feet. Bay mare, yearling, two white hind legs, left'front leg white, right front foot white. (Signed) n. li. BERLIN, Poundkeeper. 105 Grassy Lake, Alia. BRAND REGISTER SITUATIONS WANTED and wife want work on threshing outfit, woman to cook and man to work in field. Apply P. Pieslk, 515 6lh St. S. WANTISD-iPoiitiou as cook on cook car for threshing outfit, by capable party. Apply Room IS, Southard Jllock. ___ 227-0 by reliable high i school boy, after school hours and on I Saturday. Apply II. Beard, 914 12th St. S. EXPERT STENOGRAPHER available for' work at homo, a tew hours dally. Owns marchine. Bos S3 Herald. widow with mile son. position as cook and housekeeper'in city, or on farm for bachelor or -wid- ower, or as cook in separate house- State particulars, wages, etc., to Bos SC Herald. Left thigh of horses. Left hip of'cattle. Lathrop, 7 Ryiands Block. 193-0 On right shoulder- of- cattle. On right shouidor of l.invd Define NUtsjii. R312. On left arij3 oee ot Dental Sur- X-ray equipment in 7, Bryan Block. ccte of Royal geoce. Toronto. Olfite: Itannw Phone DH. L. T. graduate University ot Maryland; X-ray equipment Office, Room S Syiands Building. Phone 1165. "vniliam Hartley, Stirling, Alia. 189-27 thigh horses. "Urban Young, Stirling, "Alta, LOST AND FOUND, (When Replying McnlEon The Herald. LOST.-rBeTw'een P. Cross Hospital graduates! inn with owner's name. Reward for return, to 810 2nd Ave. Magrath bridge, a green tweed jacket. Finder will be rewarded on returning to !he Lethbrldge Motors Wd._ old, weight 1450 Ibs.. bad wlro ciit on both sides.of front feel. Braudcc on left shoulder. Notify II Horn Co., 3 doors from .Mac: Lean's School, south. P. 0. Box 327, Lethbridgc. 229-0 Kirky's Tea Rooms, purse containing money. Owner can receive samo by identifying it. 101 answering To name of "Tip." Left ear halt gono. Itcturn to 723 12th St. N., and receive reward. Kcllor dogs between Noblct'ord and .Monarch, one black nnd white, one lemon and white. Fin- der please phone 24. Diamond City or wrilc P. 0. Commerce, Alta. 102 me grey weighing 1509 rjKcji.. branded on loft Plioue H. -R. Johnson, XcwJs Dayton, Alia. bay marc, brand- erl on right thigh, weight (Jno ivliito 'hind toot. Howard, lios' 537. city. Left rib of cattle. .Left tUIgh of horses. hompsrjudson, Taber, Alia. EXPELLED FROM HOUSE Joseph Devlin, Irish Nationalist M. P., who was expelled from House of Commons duriug the' debate on the latest Irish measure.1 TENDERS WANTED Tenders and .conditions of services of some resident doctor wanted by the employees of the North American Colliery. Ltd., mine at C'jalliurst, Alta. During the year about 400 men have been continuously employ- ed. Up-to-date hospital at the mine. For further particulars, apply Box 313j C'oalhvrst. Notice NOTICE hereby given" that Ldo Qitan and liaye.taken.oVor the business from'llorig'jonn. Alberta Cafe" at dhd any outstanding bills against' tho Alberta Cafe must ha presented to thorn on or before the 20th day ot LOO (JUAN, WONG WING. MOOSE JAW SHORT OF LABOR .MOOSE JAW, Sept. are about COO unfilled orders for laborers at the government labor hurean hero, according to tho report of the superin- tendent. About 600 vacancies are for threshers. Two hundred and eighty- live men were placed during the week. and bridge by way of Col.dale, one aut'o tire on rim, Cioodyear Diamond Tread. Finder please'leave at telephone office or notify F. U Algllirc, 308 7th Ave. A. GREAT CROWD AT CORK FUNERAL COHK. funeral of 5euma3 Quirke, a young volunteer hilled in Thursday's disturbances at Galway, brought out virtually every able-bodied man and woman'In Cork Lethbridire. LO efivce iPcSTnrnc re e a yesterday afternoon. There were bridge, large vvuile_ canvas bag with] large numbers of children also, hut- lock, belonging man. Ftn-t there was an entire absence ot dis- der please returu to Herald Office. I order. 'The military as'on tho occa __ sion 'of the funeral of the slain STBAVED-Krcm ItHymond, one'black MnbCiirtaln, here last April, remained marc branded on left star on forehead; 1 dark sorre, .pound I brand on left thigh, stripe Jlf. reward lor return.to Niels Raymond. Finder phone or write to T. J. O'Brien, Raymond. '_________________ STRAYED from my place on South West V, Section 33-0-iD: One gray marc, branded on right hind.leg as the cut on the HMa One bay saddle marc, no brand, i Two Lwo-year-old fillies, stripe on face, no brand, some white feet One' bay mare, three years, Flying P brand (as cut on right) on left thigh. One buy mare, four years, Flying face. One dark geldfng, 16 years, star on. forehead. J5.00 per head will bo paid for. re- covery of above mentioned horses, j Oua M. Paulson, four miles east and three north of Coaldale. 228-0 Irrigated e Better Hay RIGHT GROWN CURED BALED LOADED We follow eachlEtep carefully satisfactory hay. TIMOTHY, ALFALFA Mixed Timothy, 'and Alfalfa Alfalfa .Meal Farm Prtdacts Ltd. Coaldale -Lcthbrtdgo fop 550 ft. GET VO'UP.S'KOW! i PUPILS Maybe sho wouldn't.be a poor pnpil in-school if of sight were normal.- Any teacher' will tell yrtu that1 Impaired vision makes, a child nervous, careless, unable to concen- trate or retain. Walch your child Teaa. It she holds her book too close, a straiued .see us at once for a tree examination of her eyes: j J. M. HENDERSON' lurtl. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. 'have been here for several dj route, from Siberia to their hoi Potrosrad, morning Copenhagen, r; ps en 5es in tor Prohibition Day (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTOX, Sept. was prohibition day. At Hie afleruoon and evening services of the L. D. S. church Sir. Martin WoolfC recently returned from the convention at Calgary, ex- plained the new law pertaining 'to voters.., t. I.r.jKanapas, the temple' waa'also a speaker Sunday evening. His topic was "Sculptoring and Paint- ing." Thef -music was furnished by Alta Spencer, A. B; Cure, Huby Pat- rish and Peterson. Wedding bells have been ringing in Cardston this past.n-ee.fc.' The first happy couple being Mr. 'Lyle Holland and Miss Lola I.cavitt. They are tak- ing n motor trip through the States. Mr. C. Jones anil Jliss Annie Walk- er; Mr. Bob Lowe and Thelnia Carl were the other couples joined in mat- rimony. Miss Verda Laylonjs at our local hospital she has undergone operalEon for peritonitis. She Is do- ing as well as can he expected, but Is In a very bad condition. Mr. II. E. Brewer of Owendale will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian church next Sunday both afternoon and evening. -Tho Sunday school rally service will he observed in St. Andrew's church oa Sunday, Sept. 26lh at 11 a.m Mrs. Limldnim and Mrs. Fox o Emerson. Man., are the guests of Rev Hobt. and Mrs. Aylward. _ IIBEMED HI Government Will Spend Aliou on New Main Building "California Syrup of Child's Best'Laxative F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Thirl ATS. South, Phone 19S9. Phone 1857. UK. WILL H. Successor to Dri. Msrrs and Mam. Uoori 9 to S. Office aitlnbolhia 374. DR. R. T. VV. DJINTIST, OKAI> North Western Deutel Ky, Chicago. Oltlse, phocj 78S; Idence phons 763. Unloa 1 6M i vv. D. of Collie ot Den- ial Albertt Block, fJce pioco 704. Btotft 160V Rtillmiw pi Ol- OSTEOPATMIC DR. J. E. HORNWO, 1 OSTBOPATH10 PHYSICIArJ. S16-18-M BMtv Houn 10-12, mid bj PRIVATE HOSPITALS DR. C. M. of IhB Chlcafo of Hoan. S to 6. Ot- Oft: Hoaaa z ud t. ttspraw Block, (oar doon north oC the Alu- udrt POOBI 410- OR. WM. P. CRAIG, fMntUi. OrMttwe ot fonoer initnictai '.Korth- weitern Diltemlty DenUl' 'dchool. DL Block. 9 to 6.50. DH-.J. s. a THE VAN HAARLEM mi 7th Are. S.. LettbridsBp .-Phoae AccommodiUon tor Cieal, medlul and matirntty pi- tients. Private .nd rooms. Rates ?13.00 and Toek. %Vrlte ror to', M. S. Van Utarlem, CLAIRE S. DOBLE Teacher ot Piano, Theory and Meteher Music. .Method. Studio Trili reopen about the middle uf September.- 222-26 tptcial- King in pyorrnea; X-Bay Office. Suite J, Bryan Block. Hours: 9 to 5. Phoae 1559. P. W. Dantln, grid uatn of Chicago CoUtje ot Dentil Djeclallit In oral diseases ot the mouth. Houri: to 1Z, 1 to f.so. sulto J, Olive! Block. Pnone 1185. CHIROPRACTORS HYHUM SMITH and JUNE H. SlTiTII methods are Nature's owu. l-Yeo consultation and Hours: ,10-12-aud 2-1, and hy ap- uolnlinent. Ilooin 203, Sherloct lilock. Phones 1077 and 1411. ____________VIAYI CHANGE OP LOC.y, MAN'AOBMKOT anil I-llerature free regarding Viavi Remedies, whereby sufferers become well without oper- ations. Mrs. K. F. Iiunck, residence 27 8th Bt.'S. I-iioub 1SS3. 48 MISS AILKBX M. Playing and Theory. Pupils; enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of .Music, England. 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. II. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils' prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5lh Ave. A, South. CLEANERS AND PRES5ER6 THE French dry cleaning. We are oldest cleaners in lha city. We nss the genuine French system, -which cor- era tvery spot and eliminates -pos- sible injury to garments, giving high' class resulls. Special attention to country work, 3H Cth Street South'j Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. SETTER WATCH JREP A LETHBRIOGE CITY TAXI Accept "California'' Syrup of Figs for the name California oo the package, then you are suro youj shlld Is having tbc test, and -most iiarmless physic for the little.stomach, liver and'bowels. Children love its 'rulty -taste. Full directions' on each bottle. You must say Advorlisement. So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break tho cosily, nerve-shattering to- bacco habit. Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in your month Instead. All deslro stops. Shortly the habit Is completely brok- en, and you nre better off mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bao and If It doesn't release you from all craving for tobacco !n any form, your Tenders are being called for by the wlll rcfum, ycur money with, provincial government for the Initial mlt queslion. No-To-Bac !a made, by work on tlie new normal school and tlla Owner5 ct Cascarets; therefore SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 185f, Office 401 3rd Ave. 6, Letnbrldge, Alberta Ride In Mclaughlin Special, It costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prop. A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETKBR1OGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 8PIR ELLA. CORSET I EH E 8PIRELLA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parker, 1816 7lh Ave. N. Phona 11J2. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft flitna restock- Work done by. 'ginsmith. rondo; locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light fflachtoery repaired.- lawn mowers D. E. Macdonatd, Indian Motorcycle Agent -Phono 1032. Cth Btrcet opposite Herald offtcei LEE WING, TUB pressing, and repairing. High-etui work, at lowest Driees. Delrrerv free. 119 7th SI. S. Phoni 1013. ______________________ LOO PRESSINff, Repairing and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. We sell for and deliver goods. 320 7th St At Phona 17IS JOSEPH DAVIW3ON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. TMrty.flTe years' ciperlenca In Erter. lor and Interior Decorating. 867 llth St South. Estimates iroo. Res. 1101 Doris L R; Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to take on tho work of one or two more Cquiv try Drug Stores. Write Tor particulars. 1214 THIRD AVE. SOUTH L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON' j. I. M. COOMBS Dcaerct Newi Agent PIANO TUNING O. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England.' References to tho leading musicians of'tho city. Phone 1168 627 10th Bt 3. Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbridoe Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the abovo -.association, can ob- tain information and application forms from, the secretary, 1_ LEIGH, P. 0. Box No. 6, bridged WATER LOCATOR WATER can locate water for you. I never have failed. Charges reasonable, T. Davles, )218 Slh Ave. A, South, 1'hono 1317, Lethbridgc. Guaranteed Battery A wrltlen guarantee, with all tottery, repair ywork. ,A, com- pleto Lattery and electric ser- vice giveg. Prices aro less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND Let Andy Dolt If jonr anto or tractor or needs repairing, tho "know the equipment and biggest shop In Alberta U at your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Sliver Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR It will bo to your InUr- to try US, We havs an up-to-date Shop and employ only first dm Machinists. Sallsfactiozi in prtal workminshlp. Tractor Cylinders ngtottna, and fitted with over-slzfi ptalocj and itngi. N1VEN 216 lit Ave, S. BROS. Phons 1732 ;