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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NVKDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE You Caniiot Improve on a HERALD WANT AD-as a Salesman. Try one Today LOST AND FOUND v.-i red two year old heller, iraml on left ribs, calf at foot, reward for recovery, i _____kme R -lira. my placed 3 so.uth of town, one smal) dark colcred I JC-iacV "fc'OW, iii-JUUU iicen.' tinct brand -left ribs, unbranded 'calf foot. Phono.R 405. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE LOST Red cow, brandei oa 'right 'front shoulder. reward for recoverv. Notif' Nick Wltwickl, 1018 Slh-St. N. watch Also return to 1106 10th Avu. N., or Miss Cameron's Store, phone 1850. 23C-6 Coaldale Road about one mile east of the "Experimental Farm, grey woolen shawl. Finder plcaso re- turn to Herald oltke. LOST-r-Watcrmau fountain on Sept. 20th, 'hetwoen- 732 12th St. B.- north to car line or c-n blue line car. Finder, please leave at Herald office'. Reward. _ i -241) 1 STRAYED From Raymond, one black mare branded on loft hij on .forehead; -1 dark sonc. licluing, pouudt pound kept by S. Ii Berlin on N. w. Sec. 25-9-J3, on Sept. 2, 1920, 1 black mara. branded )n left shouioer, white hind star on face. .Qray mare tea thleh Kvq feet. Dark graj! horse'.'branded 27 ou'rlght thigh Invisible brand on left thigh. All of the undermentioned animals iranded onv right shoulder. Suckling colt, white'- hind set, face. Buckskin c, left white, star OB face. -Bay mare star on face. Brown mare, two white hind legs, two white, front feet. Bay inare, yearling, two white hind front leg'White, right frout foot white...... (Signed) 11. IA BERLIN, Ppundkeeper. 105 Grassy Lake, _ brund on stripe" reward for return to Niels, Jbnsen, Raymond. phone or to T. J. O'Brien, Raymond. Sb LETHBRIDGB SCHOOL DISTRICT. NO. 51. FIREMAN 'WANTED APPLICATIONS WILL BE.RB- CEIVBD BY THE TJNDERS1ON- BD, UNTIIJ NOON OF TUES- DAY, SEPT. 28TH, FOR THE POSITION OF FIREMAN FOR THE .WINTER MONTHS AT 'CENTRAL, MANUAL TRAIN- ING, OLD HIGH AND KINDER- GARTEN SCHOOLS. DUTIES vWILL COMMENCE NOVEMBER 1ST. APPOINTEE WILL BE REQUIRED TO WORK EIGHT HOURS EACH DAY. ANT INFORMATION REGARD- ING .DTITEEg. MAY BE OB- TA1NED AT THE OFFICE IN THE CENTRAL SCHOOL. AP- PLICANTS WILL STATE WAGES EXPECTED: AND EXPERIENCE AROUND .BOILERS WITH .TES- TIMONIALS. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. RETURNED SOLDIERS Od ALBERTA FARMS CALGARY, Alfa., gept. thousand returned soldiers, farmers, occupying acres of cliojco Al- berta land, .have .been placed by the local-branch of the Soldier Setllemenl Hoard since February, .1915. The sum of has teen loaned to the settlers for the purchase of the land, stock and equipment. Canada Stands At Critical Peak VANCOUVER.. B. C., Sept. to_Canada to'take.advan- tage'qf the present .-world opportunity over the wealth and indus- trial genlus.of the. develop- mcnt of her natural resource's, of mine and forest and field and'sqenery, was sounded by Miss Agiies well-known writer, nnd investigator, who visited herc'recently' "Does Canada realize that- she stands at a erlljcal.'pealt in her life and must either go forward to malus her production catch up with Inflated currency or go 1dpwnward_and be pounded by. the. of deflating the asked Miss Laut. "Where is the United States going to invest her surplus wealth? She can'tjend to Europe' which already i in.-her debt.. 'Tiieie i. liardly a safe, .place for money in Europe. Canada great opportunity; -for the investment of a land of great naturai re- sources and facility for transportation, so long as capital is assured of com- parative security. There is whero Canada is to have'a chance of a cen- tury if her statesmen.are'alive to their opportunity." _Fear of nationalization of railroads and other enterprises and ordinary 'fear, of the dark" is holding back-in- vestment from Miss Iaut, who alEo believes the policy should bo adopted 6t extending large" facilities to deveiopitg companies and of giving them the'.lightest possible tinraiiph' flrittl sucii time as they are marketing tiiojr products. Miss -who. for the 4 past 20 years_has lived in the' United Slates, was born in still retains her" Canadian nntioTiality. Sho has1 been making a leisurely trip across Canada since June 1. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE OENTAL Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7th SI, Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency -Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency fcasli. We'get re- Everything In accountancy. Prompt attention. 4 Aeadla Block. Phone _ DH. 'L. T. Dentist, graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment Office, Room 8 Hylanda Building. Plicae 1165. OH. .WltJL. It to and Mam. Houri 1 to Olfico Faooo J74. UK. T. ualo Kortii Wbilera il ity, OfHw, 785; phone 753. Offices: Unloa Bank Bulldiag. 15S-0 POOR PUPILS Maybe she- wouldn't be a poor pupil ia school It her pupils of sight were normal. Any teacher -Hill tell you that Impaired vision makes a child nervous, careless, unablo to concen- trate or Watch your child read. II she holds her book- too close, -or-reads with a strained see us at once for a free examination of her eyes. J. M. HENDERSON In H. A. Wright's Jewelry Store PARIS, Sept. of the' can- who were -prominently men- tioned, as. possible successors tOiPaul Deschanel in the presidency of the republic, declared Ifiemselves out of the running today. These men were Leon Bourgeois arid Raoul Poret, the presidents, respectively of the senate and; chamber of i deputies. Before former Premier Clemenceau left Paris Jast night on: his hunting tho Petit Paris'ien. that'he regarded-Prem- ier'MlU'erand -'as the man best quail- ,fiedj fpr're-presenting France la thfi eyes'Of foreign peoples. So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit jNp-To-Bac ias helped thousands to jreak .'the costly, nerve-shattering to- Daccp habit. Whenever you have a. longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet 1n yonr mouth instead. All desira stops. Shortly the habit is .completely brok- en, and you are .better off mentally, physically, financially. It's so easy, so simple. Get a box of.No-Ta-Bac and If -it doesn't .releasa. you from all craving'for tobacco fornvyour druggist will refund your money with- out question. No-To-Bac: is made by the owners of Cascare'.s; therefore is thoroughly F; LAWS BY PROVrGOV'TS Sept. of Canada strongly favor complete con- trol legislation vincial governments which will result from an affirmative- vote on October 2oth. referendum. This was the statement today by H. T. Ferguson, representative of the -Canadian. Distillers in the study of liquor legislation. "Until provincial governments have complete control of the liquor .traffic, it will be impossible to pro- vide legislation .adequately meet the situation away with, present lie said. C. P. R. Train at Kootnnay Landing Connecting With the Steamer Nasookin, From Nelson. The trado trarel and exploration of the Kcotunay are a romance of prcjrfcM. The day of the fur trader gave war otts of Royal of Dental Siir- jeoai.- Toronto. X-ray eijuipment. Office: Rooms 6 to 7, Bryan Bloet Phone 1071. Oli ,'.W. D. ot Chicago Collftgo ol Dea- M 'Sunery. Block, .McLeod Btvt. Cloiilng Btorft Qfc DCS yhoaa iyn. Beaidwiaa pluat _ VAX H. C. M. fradMte of tea of Dental Surgery. Houn, 9 to 6. Of Cce: Rconu 3 and, ftcorwi Bloct iour doors north of the hoUL Pboao tfnont 673. P. CRAIG. Demisi. Orsouata ol and former instructor in North- western Ualierslij- Dental Bchool. Chicago. HI. Offices, Hlglnbotiam Block. Telephone J67, Hours 9 to CK. J, s. special- lung In pyorrhea; X-Ray OKiot, Suite 3, Bryan Block. Hours: 9 to 5. Phone 1559. DH. P. W. RICHARDS-Dsmlst, Bate of Chicago College ot Dental BjieclalUt In oral surjerj dlseiEcs of the mouth. Hours; lo 12, 1 to 6.30. Suite J, Oilier Block. Poone 119S. CHIROPRACTORS _________ HYRUJl SMITH an methods are, Nature's own Free consultation and anulvEla Hours: '10-12 and 2-4. and by ap- pointment. Koom 205, lSherlock Block. Phones 1677 anil CHANGE OP LO.CAI, MANAGEMENT nnd Literature free regarding Viavi. Remedies, wherebs sufferers become well without opo'r ations. Mrs. K. P. Hunck. residence 527 Sth St. S. Phone 1883. 4f SPIRELLA CORBETIERE' BP1RELLA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Kre. K A. Parker, 1SI6 7th ATO: N, Phone 1122. GUNSMITHS a barrels elraightened, gnns restock ed, gun" work dtmo by'k eonsmllb, locks repaired, bicycles tj-pcwrtteri, any-Ugh machinery repaired, lawn mowoi sharpened. D. E. 'lincdonald, India. Motorcycle Phone 1038. 6th Street, opposltej-Horald offlca. A. B. C TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK and Heavy Draytng THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR Phones: Office 1143; Res. 083 203-26 A: G. SPENCE' TAXI Phone Phone DAY AND NIGHT Plaase Leave Train Calls Early CTagggggggBiEB Guraey-Oxford Furneces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1NSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workeri 338 6th at. South Phong 17JJ Bth gt. 3 Lethbrldge. Psnn Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work on Cardston Temple, f DECORATING WELLINGTON tors. Papsrbangers and Painters Kalsointnlng, General Decorattn and Sign Wrttlng Ettlnsstes el The.oldest established painters I Res. phoae H72; pliona '17B2. Sherlock BIdg., I bridge. Albfrta. Decorating an Paperbanpng. Pbonu 611 81 Aveune South. E. U COPBIiAND. E. R, KENT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inte ior decorntlng flnfi pnperhanglns a ap dalty. Satisfied customers our ala Pbona 1503. 616 12th St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 195S. Thirty-five years' experience In Eitei ior and Interior Decorating. 96J nth M. South.. Estimates free. Rea. Phone 110' PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Hop.ilrer 20 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate M. T. Assn.. England. Ileferences to tho leailin mueiclans o! the city. Phono 116! 627 JOlb St. B. LOCATOR WAJTI3IE LOCATOKr-I can local waler for you. I never baro fnllec Charges reasonable. T. L. Davie "-121S 6tli Ava. A, South. Phono 124 Letliljridso. Guaranteed orvice A written guarantco with ah battery repair work. A com- pleto battery and electric ser- vice given. Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND OSTEOPATH10 DR. J. F. 1JORNINO, 1 OSTEOPATHIO I PHYSICIAN. 816-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Uonrs 10-12. 2-4, and bj fippoiotment. 1SSS, PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'HE VAN HAASIJ1M Prlrate pltal. 1224 7th Are. Phone 746. 'Accommodation for medical ana maternity pa- Prlrate .nd rooais. nates JSS week. Write TCI aformatfon to Mis. M. 15. yan Haarlem, Eupertn- tendent ILAIRE S. DOBLB Teacner of and Fletcher'Musk Method. Studio will reopen about the middle of September. 222-26 IISS AiLEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enteri ed for tlie examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. '100 peit cent, last year successful MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory: 'Pupils prepared lor the Toronto Conservatory ol Music eiams .if- desired. -Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Sth AYB( A, Sonth. ______ CLEANERS AND.PRF.SSERS. THE in FTencK dry cleaning.- We are the'oldest cleaners in the city. We use the genuine French system, which COT- ersjtvery spot srnd'eliminates pui Bible injury to garments, giving class results. Special, attention tot 324 Phone 1812. Collect r.nd dellTcr. LOO PHE337SOv': Hepalrlng'and alterations well 'dona at reasonable -prices.: vWa sell tot-.' and deliver goods. 320 7th St. South. Phone 1528. W. N. KUTH; Corner let ATB. arid 19th'Street, Doris I. R. Gocq .COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER IB "now open .to take ('He 1 work. of one .or two more. Coun- try Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRD AVt. SOUTH L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON Association of. Army and Navy Veterans in. Canada Lethbrldue Unit, No. 34 Veterant .desirous of joining tho .obV tain Information.and.applicattoi; forms from ttia' secretary, 'U LEIGH, P. O. Boi No. 6, Leth- bridge. Jt your ante oi': tractor or needs tho equipment and tha biggest shop .la Alberta It your senflce. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver. Grlli. Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR It to ysur ir.ts.-. try 08. We have an np-lo-dato MacblnS Shop and employ only first clssi Machinists. Satisfaction In prlca and worlcmanship. Tractor Cylinders regroami, and fitted with over-size piatcnj and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave, S, Phono 1732 ;