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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER THE LETHBRtDGlJ! DAILY HERALD THREE You Cannot Improve on a HERALD WANT AD-as a Salesman. Try one Today R E P L I E S! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box 46, 67, 71, 74, 75, 79, 89, 113, 115, 121, OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR ANSWERS r 'LOST AND FOUND i- two year old heifer, Srand on left ribs, calf at foot- reward .'hone R 405. for recovery. my place, 3 miles south of town, one small dark colored Jersey cow, rope around neck, Indls-. tinct brand left ribs, unbrandeS calf at toot Phone R 405. 125 125.00 oho white mare, one grey gelding, weighing 1500 Ibs. each.j branded on left shouldoi Phone H. R. Johnson, New, Dayton, Alia. "228-1: LOST Ited cow, brandei on right front, shoulder. 'Ji reward for recovery. Nick Witwlcki, 101S. Sth St.' N. 236-6 watch chain, also locket chain. Finder please return to 1100 10th Ava. N., or Miss Cameron's Millinery Store, phone 1850.____23C-6 faber and Loth- brldje by way of Coaldale, one auto tire on rim, Goodyear Diamond Tread. pleaso leave at telephone oflice or notify P.'Ir, Algulre, 308 7th Aye. A. south. Lethoridge. Raymond, one black mare branded on left liiii star on forehead; 1 dark sorrel nound.l brand on left iuc reward for return to Niels Jbiisen, Raymond. Finder phono or write to T..J. O'Brien, Bayoaond. Anglicans Have a New A New Business Picture House Change (From pur Own "correspondent) CARMANGAY, Sept. deal has just been closed here, with refer- ence to the Picture Hall, run by Mr. J. Miller. Tha, business o as been purchased uy Mr." Brewerston, who also owns the picture house at Vul- can. He has changed the opening nights to Wednesdays and Saturdays and intends showing all the best pic- tures that show at Vulcan. Carmangay Jias been visited the whole of this week by a dust storm. Rev. Clegg, Methodist pastor at this place, has been appointed organ- izer of the "dry" party for this dis- trict In connection with the coining referendum. At the close of last Sun- day's service Rev. Clegg made some remarks with regard to the .issue at stake and a general committee was formed with Miss Edith. Gilbert secretary. Mrs. Kirk Owens, wife of the .man- ager of the Bank of Hamilton here, has lately been visited by rier sister, 5v1rs. Montgomery, of Belfast, Ire- land, the scene of the recent riots in "connection with Sinn Fein propa ganda. The pastorate of. the Emmanuel (Church of England) church, left va- cant by the departure ofytlie Rev. J. T. Hathaway, for -Birmingham, Eng- been filled by the appoint- ment (of Rev. w: Williams, of County Ireland. services are be- ing well attended and the organist Is Principal E. Ashley C.M. A tax sale is to bo held here about the second week In November. Sev- eral hundred lots on which arrears are owing are to be put -under tho hammer. .We are glad to see Mayor Teskey back again with us, almost fully re- covered after his serious operation at the Van Haarlem hospital, Leth- bridge. The new Parkinson building, which just been completed, near the been taken over by the owners of the Imperial Cafe. R. J. Follis, J.P., has jost returned from a ahort vacation up Edmonton way. Ho looks fine and fit. The committee of the Women's In- stitute Girls' Guild are arranging for harvest dance to be given next Thursday, Sept. 23rd. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Impounded. In pound on N. E. y Sec. 14, Tp. 6, H. 7, west 4th, on the Sth day of Sept., 1920, two bay mares and bay gelding, all branded in right thigh; also 2 bay mares ou left thigh; one1 Tcolt with hind feet white one brown colt with hind white; one roan mare with Three white feet and white tinct mark od left thigh. (Signed) JAMES JACKSON, Pouadkceper, 131 Orion, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS "CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7tli St., Ground Floor. DK. M. DENTIST GRAD- nete of Royal College of DonUl Sat- geona, Toronto. equipmsni. Office: Rooms S to Bryan Block. Phone 1071. FOREMOST LOSES a notice- able Improvement lias taken place In the attitude of tlio Mcnnonites south of Swift Current toward the Provincial School attendance Act, was the sub- stance of a statement made by Pre- Jnier Martin to the Leader yesterday. At one of the schools erected among the Mennonites .there arc now IV pupils, where last .spring there was iione, anil generally among these schools better attendance Is being re- ported. N "t am verr glari to observe this now "said Mr. Martin. "1 jjas out in 'the province some months ago.and met a number of Mennonite school trustees. They spoke English as well sis anyone, and appeared irf every respect to be exemplary citi- zens. There are no better farmers in tie province than the generality of the Mennonites. They are among our best citizens, once they nave come to realize that they must 'observe the laws of the province as everyone else is required to do." LEADER OF COMMUNIST REVOLT, WARNS AGAINST RUSSIAN BOLSHEVISM .BRUNSWICK, Germany, Aug. (By Merges, a Ger- man communist leader who has just returned frora Moscow, s'ays that "Bol- shevism as practised In Russia is not Simon pure unadulterated commun- ism. The cost of living thero is es- cessively high; paper money is wiped out with paper money, and people generally have tha blues." Merges, a little hunchbacked Jour- neyman tailor, who staged the com- munist revolt in Brunswick in 1919, warns his comrades against settling in Russia, "Politics in Russia are controlled by the communist party, which counts members, soveral hundred thousands of whom aro oflice seek- ers and political hangers-on who aro not to be Merges declared In an address on his Russian discov- eries. He declared that the Russian sys- tem was not'suited to Germany, be- cause of its rigid centralization com- bined with a t tedious bureaucracy, and its imitation meth- ods. He told tho Moscow reds, he said, that the German communists did from.) not propose to lake orders them. OLD LADV MET DEATH BY AUTOMOBILE HAMILTON, Ont., Sept. Mrs. Mary Crsne, 75 years old, was killed by an automobile last night. (Frorti Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Sept. i Jen- nings left with his family day for Condor, west' of Roil Deer, Intends to farm. lie has served the Foremost community well as a barber for a few years, and they leave with the best wishes of their many friends. Previous to leaving they were the recipients of a few tokens of esteem by the people of Foremost. Mrs. Robertson and family return- ed by motor from Lethbridgo a fnw days ago. -Mrs. Schumour left on Wednesday for a visit in the States. PORTE RICO BISHOP CONDEMNS DANCES AS IMMODEST ;.P.pne, while they may not attend test! '-s organized .by lay members of Ir congregations where dancing Indulged In. The Bishop gives his views on dress and dancing in an ecclesiastical lelter addressed to both priests and members of the church In this diocese and published in'the official church bulletin. JUAN, Sent." styles of-dress and the newer dances are severely criticized' as'imraddest and degrading by the Rt. Rev: William' A, Jones, Tltshop of the Roman Catho- iic Diocese of Porto Kico, who has is- sued a warning to both priesis and parishoners against Iheir demoraliz- ing influences.- Certain of the modern dances'art mockery to shame and in "reality are nothing more than a bait to sensual- in the opinion of the wiille the stylo of the day in women's dresses, he warns, should not be used to "exhibit Priests are they may not organize dances for church bene- fits, according to Instruction from the m millDlh Will Call atjToronto And Al! Largk Cities in (he United Slates TORONTO, Sept. aerial transportation ,company has been formed by a .combination of English Canadian and United States business men', the new'corapany being capitallz at Operations will be begun with twenty machines of the type of the Handley-Page bombing machine, with a carrying capacity o from sixteen to 20 passengers, Includ ing biiggase. Toronto is on the route of the chain of large cities on the Am erican continent that'will he included in the aerial, stations where the ma chines will call. It is expected tha the trip from coast to coast over the Canadian prairies will ho negotiatec in about sixty hours flying time. Farris Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get re- tails. Everything In accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Block. Pnoae 1616. UK. WILL H. Euccejior to and Mam. HQUTI 9 to 5. Office HJiuibothua Block. Fhoao 374. DR- North Ity, Chicago. OfttoB, uhoiu 786; Jdenee ZEJ. Ollicei: Union Bank BuJWlnt POOR PUPILS Maybo she- wouldn't bo a poor pupil in school if her pupils of sight were normal. Any teacher will tell you that Impaired vision' makes a child nerveus, careless, uuablq to concen- trata or retain. Watch your child read. If she holds her book too close, or reads with a strained see us at onco for a free examination of her eyes, a J. M. HENDERSON In H. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. DR. WM. p. CRAIG, Dentisi. ot and former lutractor lu North- Tjiltarnltj- Dental Bchool Lhicajo, HI. OffloM. Hlglnbotnam Block. Teiejhcas !S7, lloiui S to Sf F. H. WIL10NS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. 'Third Ave. Phone 1959.- Hes..Phone 1957. ATCH REPWRiiiPTi LETHBRIOCE SILVER ROUGH! OF WALL STREET EXPLOSION COST OF LIVINS s STILL GOES UP LONDON, Sept. Aitoelatid cost 'of living itlll goes up. For Septem- ber tt wfii 161 per cent, over July 1914. The food Increase alone was 167 per Food Controller Me- Curdy gloomy on the outlook, at Christmas 'the worklna class household budget will a nine shillings and six pence rise on last year? NEW SECRETARY OF UTILITIES COMMISSION KDMONTON, Sept. A. Thibault, of tlio bond branch of tho of education, has been unpointed secretary of tho public utilities commission, in succes- sion to James B. lleilly, wliose resig- nation -was announced Friday. '.Mr. Hellly 19 .laliiag a position at Van- fouver, Missouri Candidates' Election Expenses WASHINGTON, Sept. 20-Hcro arc some of the campaign expenses of G. H. Force, a defeated Mlssourian .con- gressional aspirant, which ho listed under oath in bis expense account filed recently with W.' Tyler Page, clerk of the House of Representatives: "August for 25 letters ifo influential men In my district, tell- ing that I was trusting to the kindness of tho people and tho mercy of (Jod to elecLme (both 50 cents. "August professional serv- ices of a tonsorial artist in shaping up tho sandy whiskers of an Influential son of Erin, 35 cents. ('August Jar 'face creme'-to fascinating' blonde for passing out my cords, 35 cents. "August 5ar of 'face crcme1 to charming brunette for pass- Ing out more of my cards, 35 cents. "August her work and influ- ence nmong her friends and nd- inlrcra, a pair of open-work hose for a ulump widow? the less snld tho bet- ter, special, "July street car fare to summer garden '.vherfi Tony Stcuvor and Congressional Committee held election one night a week previous to legal primary and nominated my oji- I f. Van- ponenl for Congress in the Tenth ills- Ktock Exchange, i Iricl, M p J. P. Jlorgaii sp.'i The explosion' wliicli created mich havoc in thfl financial district of Wall sired OH Thursday occurred near ihe intersection of Wall uncl liroad streets, Just mirtr.r where tlio figure 3 is shown in tho above picture. No. 1 Is HID' he arrow (No. 2) points to (ho low building occupied "by Company, and Xo. J, it the Hub-Treasury Building, SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 401 3rd Ave. S, Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In n McLaughlin Special, It costs no more. Eddie Bergcr, Prop. A. B. C. TAXI i SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE'TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK Light and Heavy Draying _ I THE CITY TRANSFER 1 1 J. KERB 3 phones: Office 1143; Res. 683 i 203-26 1 A. SPENCE .TAXI Phone rj O O Phone DAY AND NIGHT Please Leavr Train Calls Early Carney-Oxford EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITIIING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workert 336 6th St South Phone 1713 311 T. graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment. Room 8 Hylands Building. Phona 1165. W. IX sraduirta of Chicago Collsga oi Surssry. Albetu Block. UcLaod Clothing Ot- phoao liAt. Kejldwiw H. 0. a. gaduata of Ho ot Siu-gery. J to 6. Of- Oca: Eoomj j Ulacf. lour doors norti of tho Ales- hotel tip- Hw. special- n X-Hay Sulto 3, Dryan Block. Hours: 3 to 5. Phone 1559, P. W. lilCHARDS-DentUt, grad ot Chltago Collexs of Dental In oral work of one or two more try Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRD AVEi SOUTH L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTOm COOMBS Deseret Newx Agent Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrtdoe Unit, No. 34 Veterant, desirous of joining the above association, .can ob-. lain information and application forms from secretary, L, LEIGH, P. 0, Boi No. 6, bridge. Let Andy Dp It If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, tho "know tho equipment and tha biggest shop in Alberta la it your service; ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grin Farmers When In need of any TRACTOH Repairs It will be to your Intir. to try US. We have an up-to-date Shop and employ only first Machinists. Satisfaction In price and Tractor Cylinders regrouna, and fitted with over-size ptatooj and rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave, S. ;