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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 192fJ THE HERALB PAGE THRE1 You Cannot Improve on a HER ALP WANT AD-asa Try one Today ____ red old heifer. :irand on loft foot. reward for recovery. ._ ray 3 miles south of town, one small dark cbioreu Jersev cow, rope around neck, indis- tinct brand left irlbt, unbranded calf at loot. Phone'ft Wo. -135 AWri ETWIMA .and yourself, dated the 14Ui day ol --_ .November A.D. 1919, whereby tha said, Peta_ Credico and-Joe Credico sold and assigned their ahare or la- terest Norjlh .Lothbridge ery to you tor the sum of three thou- sand dollars on account ol dollars has only been paidi (d) R. W? Wallace, Limited, for the sum of two hundred and forty-two and 94-100 dollars, being, he price of goods sold and delivered by H. W. Wallace, Limited, aforesaid to the defendants at their request. AND FURTHER TAKE 'NOTICE hat by order from a Judge In cer- tain action's la .which the above-nam- ed Claimants, are .to'-'deltvar your Defence or Demand of Notice herein on or be fore tha of September A.D the Claimants herein may proceed to sign judgment against you. for- their claim s and costs with out further notice to you. DATED' at the iCIty.of .Lethbridgo the this 4th day of September A.D. 1920. obe white mare, one gray gelding, weighing 1500 Ibs. each., oh left shonldei Phone H. R. .Now AHa. I '22842 LOST fted. cow, braude> front shoulder. reward -.Notit1 Nick Wllwicki. 1018 Sth St. N. 236-C watth chiin, also locket chain: Finder please return 16 1106 10th-Ava! N., '6'r-Jliss Camoroh's Millinery Store, phone'1850. ,236-6 Taber and- Leth- tridge by way of Coaldale.'cue aulo tire on-rim, Goodyear Diamond'Tread. Finder please leave at telephone office dr notify F. L. Aignire, 308 7th Ave. A. touth. Lethbridga. Raymond, one black maro. branded- on left -hli starjpn dark sofr'e ;elding, pound. ISrund on left thigh, stripe __IO reward for.return lo.-Niels Jbnsen, Raymond. Finder phono or jvrite.to Haymondr- i; LETHBR1DGE. SCHOOL DISTRICT 61. FIREMAN WANTED APPLICATIONS WILL BE HE- OBtVED BY-, TUB UNDERSIGN- ED, USTIL NOON TUES- DAY, SEPT. FOR THE POSITION FIREMAN FOR TUB WINTER MONTHS AT CENTRAL, SIAN1IAL ING, OLD HIGH. AND -KINDER- SCHOOLS. DtJTlES WLL COMMEKCB-- -NOVBMBER. ,ist. APPOINTEE., WILL BE REJaUIRED TO WORK' BIGHT .HOURS EACH DAY. ANY INTORSJATION REGARD-' ING DUTIES MAY BE OB-- t TAISED ATA THE OFFICE IN CENTRAL "SCHOOL. AP- PLICANTS WILL STATE WAGES: rEXPECTED A'ND' EXPERIENCE AROU-XD BOILERS WITH TES- TIMONIALS. JOHN H. FLEETWpOD, Sefretary-Treasurer. NOTICE PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGED CENTAL Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone !7IO. Hull Hloclt, 7th St., Ground Floor. Dh. M. GRAll-' ol Eojal CoUige of DehUl Sur Toronto. X-raj equipment Olfice: Hooms S to 7. Bryan Block" Phone 1071. Farris Service. Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. -vjdoatrflBeucy basis. We jet lulls. Everything la accountancy. Prompt attention. x i Acadla Block. PJiyse 1616.-, Approved: J. A. Jackson, L.J.S.C. D. H. ELTON, Solicitor for Campbell, Wilson and Tho El Home, i Ellison Mill- ing Elevator Company, Ltd, JOHN VASELENAK, Solicitor (or Pete Ci'edlco and Joe Credico.. T .MacKENZIE HENZIB, Solicitors lor R.-W. Wallace, Limit- ed. Ad-K: I to have the co-operation of-every wo- i man upon the Lease. Wpm'cn take I up the slogan, "Representation nec- essary for organization.1' Be ready :o Dear your share of (fhe great work. A threshing machine has come.to :he home at Sir. J. Seall, of RicMieW.' Tho times are surely, more: prosper- ous than formerly.'. .Mrs. Woods, of Del tBonlta, IB suffer- ing' from blood poisoning in her foot. MayOrgaraze Women's Institute At ,TO: OSCAH KHAUSE, Nemiscam, Alberta'. TAKE NOTICE that Siacer Dumber Company, Ltfl., has commenc- ed an action against you-in. the D is trict Coiirt of Iho District-'-'ot Leth bridge to recover iho sum of In respect ot your promissory note ilaleil Jnly'Slst, 1917. If you dispute the elaini or any pai-t thereof you are ;to flic with the Clerk ot the abovo named court.a.Dispute Note on'or.be- fore iho 13th day ot A.'D. 1920, otherwise judgment may be sign- ed against you. Dated aK the City of Lethbrldge in Province of Alberta, this 20th day pf Scptemhcr, CONYBEARE. CHURCH AND DAVIDSON, Solicitors for. the Plaintiff herein. Ad (From Our Om Correspondent) DEL: BONITA, Sept. the thirtieth 'of August Del Bonita school opened its doors for the fall session with .511 SB -Allen as teacher.'. are about eleven pupils attending.- September sixth saw the-. Lens once moro with Mrs. June as teaclier. They had a short holiday of about two weeks before resuming their work.- Sir. W. Tyler has commenced thresh- ing for Mr. A. T: Carter. The .sea- son has been an Idaal one for thfesh'- ing. Mr. F.-Allen of-Del Bonita, Mr. S. Halrersor, and Mr: J. Tanseni of Hack'e, are away at New Dayton for the harvest season. They left the Lease qhout two weeks .ago. P. Del Bonita, is a U. S.-A. There.la.a movement on. foot to B.niize if branch of .the Women's In- stitute'here .in Del Bonltii. .The initjal meeting will probably tnko nlaco the first, week In October. ..It is to bo hoped ,that the'women will ho there en mass. 'If ther-Women's Institute s to be a success here it is necessary NOTICE HKN'RY SHlBILS, carrying On husl- 'flees under the firm name and style of The North J.clhbridge Bakery and The Nrbrth Lethbridge Bakery and Shlels: i TAKE. NOTICB actions have bean coinm'enced against you in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Bistritt of Lethbridge and in the Dis- trict Cflu'rt of the fliatrlct of Leth- bridge by the claiming as hereinafter stated, ly: (a) Campbell, Wilson ft sum of eight hundred aud hven- ty-eiglit (1828.78) and 70-100 dollars; being tho price of goods sold and-de- livered to you by Campbell, Wilson IlOrno Ltd., at your request and in your, behalf and for yotrr use :-ahd bericni, particulars ol which hare f been rendered to you from time 'to i lime nml which particulars are with la your knowledge. (b) Ellison Millftg Elevator C6mpany, Limited, for nine hundred ind ninety-one flolrara; being Iho1 price "of goods sold and'dvU.vsreu to you fey-Ellison Milling Elevator Company Ltd., a! your request and in behalf and for.your use and benefit, particulars of which have been rendered to you from lime to time anoV which partic- ulars are within your knowledge. (c) Pete Creiilco and Joe for tho sum of two thousand six hun- dred and twenty and W-fOO nollara, being twenty-fivo hlmdred (12500.00) dollars for of princijial-and One hundred and twen ty dollars KMi! fifty csr.ls (J12C.50) 'for iutereat, under and by virtue oi tlio tereis and provisions of an as- ilgnmoni'. In .writing made tctwi'cn Credico und Joe Oredlco herein SHORTAGE OF LABOR THREATENS FOOD SUPPLY I-. OF THE UNITED STATES NJETSV: YQRK, Sept. Shortage" .of labor in the agricultural states is re- A Buffalo girl married recently at le-ago of 15, has already been ar- rested for cracking a vaseton her hus- band's .head.- threatena -America's food sup- Ply, '.according to thw-findings of Per- ley .P. dean of the ..Kansas unlr'e'rclty engineering school, made lublic' todays at national headquarters of the American Society of Nattupal Engineers.. :The 'dean is head of a research committee of the Mid-Contl- nerif Section "-of, 'that society." Steamship .Are-you thinking of soing to your Old Country for Christ- mas? _.- A man' business is .expected during November and December ami we advise early-application for reservation. Phorfe 1412 and full informa- tion regarding rates and sailing will be cheerfully given. THE ROSSfTER AGENCIES Phone 1412 Kiginnptham Block Inform a tion Have You f URN ITU RE I For Disposal "The bfg'increajft in .freight rates'makes it question- able aslo whether it wtjl pay you'to ship your furniture If you are leaving town. There is a big demand for qood used furniture at ths present .tjme and prices at'auetion1 eminently satisfactory. BEFORE YOU'I DECIDE what to do, I should the' favor of a call, and I wili gla'dfy advise .you to the best of my.abi.lity. I have saved people hun- dreds of dollars have the letters to prove 'it) by giving them straight forward how to get the most, for their goods. DON'T SELL ALL YOU CAN PRIVATELY and then sand me what you are-unable to dispose TS not the cTass of business I. SEE ME FIRST) and when you have heard my pj-oposi- four own judgment. It does not matter if you have only a small quantity; -you will receive the same courteous Ireat.ment aa though you had a carload. service Is at yoilr 41s-. posal. sulting re'diictipn. of acreage DK. L. 7. graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment. Office, Room S Rylanda tjg. phoue 11SS. W. vvilX a. SacceaBor to klarrs ana Uam. 9 to E. Office Ulock. Fiona 174. DR. T. w. North Weetsra Dental Itjr, Ciicago. Oltdx, phonj 785; jhona 7SJ. Offices: Union Bank 16M DL W. O. gfaduato of o( Dea- tal Surgery. Albera. Bloci, McLeod Hrw._ Clothing Store. Of- OSTEOPATH1C DR. 3. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. I1MS-20 Sherlock Bidj. Hocrs 10-12. 2-t, and bj appolatment. Phone 1999, PRIVATE HOSPITALS POOR PUPILS, Mrfybe wouldn't be a poor pupil In school if her pupils of sight were normal. Any teacher will tell you that impaired vision makes a child unable to concen- trate or retain. Watch your child read. It she holds her book too close, or reads with a strained Bee us at once for a free examination. Of her eyes, j J. Mj HENDERSON In R. A. Wrighfs_Je_welry Stort. OS 1 F. H. WILKINS O- SIGHT. SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third Are, Strati, Phone 1959. He i. Phone 1937. NOTICE TOflTAN TRACTOR OWNERS vltaf part of yo.ur 'engine Is the electric spark, tyith a good hot spark, firing fit tho proper engine will start easily rts the mornings -get.colder and ,wlll. of an in tho busiest ths year. I am equipped to ma'KG your magneto do Its best. I will test your rangneto free of charge. It will pay you, to give me a visit. Magneto recharged; prices reas- onable. All work fully giiaran- 'teed. .My plsce of business Is now tho NORTH LETHBRIDGE GARAGE E.'J. O'Sulllvan 872 13TH STi NQRTri Right on 13th St. Bluo Line This Is the official service st.i- lion of the I, Frank Waddington 'AUCTIONEER Phone, Office Res. 469 C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Prince Fred. William...Sept. 22 Corsica n Victorian Mellta............. .Empress of France Empress tof Britain Minnedosa Prince Fred. William Metagama Victorian Corsican .Sept 25 .Sept 29 ..Oct. 2 i.Oct. 6 ..Oct. 13 ..Oct. 16 ..Oct. 20 ..Oct. 23 ..Oct. 27 ..Oct. 30 "unisian 1 Sicilian 13 'reiorlan .....'Oct. 22 JAS, GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issned on all other Atlantic Lines, DIAMOND SETTER REPAIR WORK ETER sT LETHBRIDGE .OLD COI D a SILVER BOUGHT CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AN'D NIGHT- -Phone 1856, Offlce 401 3rd Ave. 8, Lethbrldoo, Alberta Rldo In a Mclaughlin Special; It costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prep. THE HANDSOME STONES On view here arc not so.ex- pensfve 'as you may imagine. We prepare them when no Im- mediate ordera arc on hand. LethbriJge Monumental EIGHTH STREET SOUTH British Canadian Trust Company Conybeare Block Lethbridge Ti-ustee, Executor, 0 Loans, Estates'Managed, General Financial Agents Phonel843 A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 s AUTO TRUCK _ Light arid Heavy Drayfng I THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR Phones: Offlce 1143; Res. 203-26 AVG.SPENCE iTAXl Phone Phone DAY AND NIGHT, Plejse. Leave. Train Calls Early Guirjey-Oxford EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workari 336 eth St iouth Phone 171) O. Jd. aiMU of thf, Chicljo OolJeee oi aul Sueterr. Houri; 9 to'6. Ot- Oca: a jmd 4, Emynu itloci. loor doors north at the udra hotaL 410- Bsi. THE- VAN HAARI.EM Pllvita pllal, iiit :7ih Ave. 8.. rhone Accommodation, for aar- tfcal, medical and -Eatemily tients. Privata .nfl jeml-prlraU rooms. Rates 530.00. S3S.OO and til wwk. Writs toi reformation Hn. M. R Van Haarlem, superin- tendent K-WM.P.CRA1G, Denmi. Qrad-ju, formar In i tractor la North- 'Dental 'ischooV Bl Hlglnbotiam Block. ic J; S. joeclal- in pyorrhea; X-Ray oqulpment. QKIoe. Suite 2, Bryan Eloct-Hours: to 6. Phone 16SJ. P.-W. RICHARDST-BenUst, grad' ol Chluigo Ccilegii of Dental Syedallit-lh oral Burger; diseases of tha mouthr Houri: 1 to 6.30. OlUe: B'oct. ,Poone 1199. iYRUM SMITH .are Nature's-own. Free 'consultation and aiialvsis, 10-12 -aud 2-4, and by ap- pointmeut. Room Sherlock Block.-, Phones, 1G77.and 1441. HANGB and Literature free regarding Viayi Remedies, whereby sufferors become well .without opcr alions. F: Hunck, residence 527 Sth St. S. Phone 1883. '18 SPIRELLA COR3ETIERE 3PIRELLA. CORSETS: AND ACCESSORIES Mrt. F. A. Parker, 1816 7th AV8..N. Phone GUNSMITHS 'DNSMITHS ft barrels grms restock ei, enn work- done by n gunsmith mode, locks repaired, bicycles typewriters, phonographs, any llgh machinery repaired, sharpened. D. E. Jiacdonald, Indian llotorcycte Agent, Phone Eth Street, opposite. Herald ECTRTclUFPLlES Be ctrlo Light Power- Contractor! -Phone 1333 Sth SL S Farm Lighting a Specially Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston DECORATING WEI.UNOTON' Deco.. and Kftlsotnlalns, General Decoratln Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oioest estshllihed painters I LVthbridgo. Res. phone 1472; offfc phone 175Z. Sherlock flldg., fcrtdge. Alberta. A. Painting, Decorating .Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 8t Arenne Sontn'. V, 55 r The Pyramid Decorating Co. .Inte lor decorating and papcrhangjng a ap claity. Satisfied caatbmers our aim Phone 1903. 616 12th St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Estnbllsheii'1905. Tbirty-tlTB years' experience In Eile kir and Interior Decorating. 967 llth.St. South. Estimates free. Res. Phone HO PlANO TVUNINQ 0. H. TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 20-years' factory experience. Hoi oora Certificate M. T. Assn., Lonnoi England. References to tha leadln musicians of the city. Phone 216! 62? lOlb St. S. "WATER LOCATOR WATER can local water for yon. 1 never havo fallei Charges .reasonable. T. L. Davlc 1218 Sth Avo, A, Soulh. Phono'124 Lethbrldse. Guaranteed Sattery Service A written guarantee with all battery repair work. A Com- plcto Ira.lteiy and .electric-Bar- vice given. Prices are loss. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND H'JtlC LAlilB S. DODLB Tc-acier of Piano. Theory and Fletcher Mush Me'thod. Studio will'reopen about the middle of September. 22M6 ISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho'examinations of. the Royal Academy and Royal Csllcje ol Music, London, England. 100 pel cent, last year successful. :RS. W. H. of and Theory. Pupils prepared for. the Toronto Conservatory of Music esams K desired. Annual spring recital.. Studio, 123S 5th Ave. A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS HE in French dry-cleaning. yWe are ths oldest in the city. We use the genuine French system, which. COT- era tvery spot and eliminates pos- f ible Injury to garments, giving high class results! Special attention to country work- 324 6th Street SouUu Phone 1812. Collect deliver. LOO PRESSING, Repairing and alterations well done prices.' We sell fni and deliver goods. 320 7th St South. Phone 1528. OXT-ACCTYLENB WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner lot Ava. and iOti Street, Doris Xocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is row'open to take on tha work of one or two moro Coun- Iry.-Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRD AVE. SOUTH L. D. S. publications AT CARDSTON l.M. COOMBS Deseret Newt Agent Association of Army apd Navy Veterans in Canada Ltthbrldge Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can ob-- tain information and application forms from the Secretary, L. LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6, Leth- br'idse. Let Andy Dolt If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "krow the equipment and the. biggest shop In Alborta is it your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grir; Farmers When In need of shy TRAOTOH Repairs It will be to your est US, We have an np-to-date MacbinS Shop und employ only first class Machinists. Satisfaction In and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrotmd, and fitted with over-size- pliloni and riogs, NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phoria.mz ;