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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 27, 1.920 f HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD s PAGE THREfi You Cannot Improve on a HER ALP WANT AD-as a Salesman. Try one Tod ''i.i 11 I. j ay REPLIES! Rep been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers? 32, 46, 49, 73, 36, 89, 113, 115, 120, 121, 126, 127, 132. 'OWNcRS'OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS HAY FOR SALE. IWhtn ileh'Ucn Iltia'A hay. ".Special price" for iarse quan- Apply K. Tanjuay, Waiawrlght, Ai.ta. "IRRIGATED MIXED .-.TIMOTHY AND IIA'S EXTRA FEED VALUE CVo can now make prompt sLlpmenl this class o! hay at a very reason- able wJee. Superior lowest prices ami excellent -service guaranteed on all, litnds of Hay' produced m this dls-1 SAUNDRUS HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY f VE. s. 132. IP.RiGATED HAY THE BETTER. HAY. GROWN, CURED, BALED, LOADED RIGHT each step result, satisfactory liaj'i .TIMOTHY. ALFALFA. T .'Mixed 'Timothy and AlfaHa. Alfalfa Meal. PRODUCTS -LTD. Lelhtridge. aer 20c for 550 ft. GET YOURS NOW! 11T JUDICIAL NOTICE IN THE MATTEll OF'AN AXCB ItBSPECTl.VO THE "cok- HKMA.TIOX Of SALE OF FOR TAXES: AND IN THE THE XP- PUCATIOK' TO HAVE THE SAliE OK THE FOLLOWING LANDS TO WALTEK S. GAUJUAITH OF LBTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA COX- MllMED: TO: OLE JOROENSON and HIVEN JOROENSOX of Stirling, Alberta. With respect to Lots Z and 4, Block 30, Plan "Lethbridge 4353-S." TO: KATH GILLEL'ANT Lethbriuge, Alberia. With respect to the North half of Lot 24 and: She v-'hole of Lot as, all hi Block 35, bridge TAKE NOTICE, that an application .will be .made before His Hono'r J. A. Jackeon, Judge ot.tbe District Court ol Lothbrifee, lu Chambers at tho Courf House in of Lethbridge, on Monday (lie SSth day ol October, at the, hour o! eleven'o'clock In the forenoon' or so'soon thereafter as counsel can'he confirming the sale of properties.'whlch sales were made by Donald A. Duff, as.City Clerk of the City oI.'Lelhbridec, by virtue of authority vested in'.'him'as 'such to Waller; S. Gaibraith, of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta. 'Dated at the City of the Province this 16lh day 6f September, A. D. 1S20, and delivered by Ball Holyoak, Solicitors lor the applicant. V J. A. Jackson, J. D. C. Ad Y FOUND .Mention piece between arid fair grounds. :Finder Bank ..with i ancVreceive rewar'd. -243-7J .red 'two year old-. heifer, ieft'filjc, calf at foot. 5.00. reward for recovery fcbne R'405. SATURDAY NIGHT'S VIEW OF'RATE. INCREASE (Toronto Saturday Night) The genera! probably learned already as-much as he wish- es to know about the various' increases in. tolls granted to the railways of Canada by pie Dominion Railway Board.-Under lodgment of SepfemDer Tth as to the details of that'Judgment indiyiduale will no douht differ-In ac- cordance with the manner in which their own are ia gratifying to. note-that while the gen- eral, principle, of. an increase .was adopted .certain specific' necesaltles like and building materials were exempted. But ini a wider aense Ihe 15-jewelled Walton watch, Chin. WilPglve fin- d'fc' ISM on retarn. to John Ha beck, Information lead- railway board would have' been re- of a LdarkMBB'crqant to its duty had it failed'to en- on right RJUH dorse the .principle of an increase and Stltthle, IronHpB make a general measure, applicable to all, railroads In.'the specified zones where .the various new schedules ap- pnrple hat trimmed irilh'greyi feather ,and purple veil, ease 'return RbyaljBihk" Bldg. -piper hat tiagrFin- to Miss Tilney, 243-3 1: Salvation overhead uilrieyeElasses with chain aJt-? Finder please communicate w'ith'Adjf. 7th St. V4S.V. tei ply- .IMPOUNDMENT NOT1CB (mjioiinded in pound on X. E. .'i Sec, 14J, Jo. It. 7, west 4th, on yepi., Iwo bay-mares and ine' .bay 'geldlne, all branded in right thigh; also 2 bay marcs vand on left thigh; on el with Bind feet cblt..with hind roan. mare with ____ irhite''fcei'apd1whtle face, with indls- thigh. JACKSON, Poundkeepcr.1 wr. Orion, Alta. JjETHBRlDQE SCHOOIi. UISTR1GT .NO. 61. WANTED j APPLICATIONS WILL BE RE- THE UNDERSIGN- ED, .NOON OF TUES- DAY, 2STH, FOK THE 0V ItREMAN FOR -WINTER MONTHS AT MANUAL TRAIN- IHOH AND K1NDER- DUTIES WILL NOVEMBER 1ST. APPOIN.TBK WILll'BB RSQUIRKD TO WOKK K10HT HOURS EACH DAY. ANY INFOR5IAT10X REGARIJ- INO DUTIES MAY BE OB- AT THE. OFFICE IN' CENTRAL SCHOOL. AP-. P.'LICANf S WILL STATE WAOES EXPECTED AND EXPERIENCE'- BOILERS-WITIVTES- iTiMONIALS. JOHNf'll. FLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. TENDEPS .Tenders will bR-'rccelved by tha un- dersigned for hauling coal y> mem- bers' of Local Union No. employ- ed 'at the 'Gall Tenders'to be In on or before Oct. .Addressed Hisc.-TTeas..Mlnerfl Union No. 574 733 13th St. North, PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS f MEDICAL MASSAGE MNTAL Medical .adies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710.' Hull Block, 7lb St., Ground Floor. The proposal to discriminate against tho C P. o'granted to the great privately own ed rival of the national system, tho C. P. R.'competes'with national rail tvays at almost every shipping point of first importance in Canada and the alter system must meet that compel! lion by equality of rates. Had Hon. Mr Carvell and his colleagues made the tormer raterf compulsory, for the C.PjR it, would have meant simply that tl: national railways-could have-avail ed ilself of increases un less it to hand over most- of its busings to the rival corporation. It baa not been denled-in any quart er C: P. n. and national rail ways must pay vast additional sums li wages In conformity with tho VJnitei States schedules- That scale may b exorbitant, but'bwlng tional railway enterpris and the connect ed Is helpless in such a dilemniarwifhout the co-opera tlijn .international brotherhood last, year we-should probably hay, seen a soviet government in the Canadian west that could onl have been Suppressed by civil war The brotherhood know their power and are closing In, on 11.5 There Is rf remedy for the railways hut to obtal: increased revemiesi'lo meet increase cost of operation. Unquestionably, tho motives otthos who clamor ?or discrimination ngalns the C. P. K. are not merely shor sighted lint sinister. They demand tha instead of being granted more rovenu the C. P. H. should forced tp'lyln out Us reserve new costs in other words to go on using up il assets until It lands the same ir Glorious position as the 0. T. H. an .Canadian Northern, and becomes mendicant railroad maintained out o tho public piirse of Canada. Hon. M Carvel-deals very with th stupidity of this but it rather more sinister than he make It-appear. The Individuals who wan the C. r. II. reserve depleted really r. denlre to see the raflroad wrecked in order Ibal the groat programme of emago otten ublic ownership may be dishonestly ompleted. They overlook the fact that hey cannot wreck the C. P. ft. with- ut putting the national railways sys- em and'the whole cause of public wnershlp deeper hole'.- .1 Even if the. wiping out of the reserve could be ut Injury to .the national ystem, what would happen to Can-' da's other the pro- ess was going on. The memories of igues are short: Have jhey for- Germany's first .act of gainst Canada in 1014 her flnan- fers dumped enormous European oldings of C. P. R. stock suddenly on le 'every' stock' "-ex- hange in Canada and caused a finan- lal panic. When a country goes into ho wrecking business in connection ivith any of its great institutions It estroys.the whole fabric of jiubl'.j redit That, by the way. is the Alpha nd Omega of Bolshevist 'theory f government, destroy, de- troy credit. bearc! SAID FATHER TURNiSD UP IN A BATHING SUIT DK a. GRAU- itte of Royal ot Denial Sttt- Toronto. X-ray equipment Office: Roomi 5 to 7, Bryan Block. Phone 1031. Farris-Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Costtngeac; bails. We get re- cults. Everything iQ ProujpS attention. 4 Acadla Block. POpR PUPILS Maybe she wouldn't be a poor pupil in school if her pupils ot sight were normal. Any teachsr will tell you that impaired vision makes a child nervous, careless, unable to concen- trate of retain. Wa'cl> your child read. If she holds her book too close or reads with a strained see us at oacajor a tree elimination of her eyes, j J. M. .HENDERSON In H. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. "was the uews.'which the little son of 'Wiillam Beatty, 100' Annabelle Avenue. Laurel. Hill, brought home took with his father to Sound. He also brought ;hbme 'his father's clothe Beatty.'had-attempted to swim the sound, leaving his son ou shore. The boy waited .until (ate at night and when. his ,father did not return, he made his -way -homo with the 'sad news. Later "Beatty, attired in a scanty bathing.suit, turned up at'the house and interrupted arrangements iwhich were bfing made for his fun- eral. "The current was too strong to swim he He had been' forced to make the homeward trip by-auto'and trolley. GUINEA ROOSTER QUICKLY TOOK TEN LIVES NT. J. cat belonging to Ford- Ewald, a farmer, hear here, 'il decided to' treat' himself to a' bit of I IIT i" I1 I chicken the Unfortunately ITACtl Wat0r It al! for he picked out a guinea llvON flfllVl Lnji rooster, a most pugnacious bird. Ewald declared that the fight lasted for about nlfle with theitat losing 'one 'of its lives every niinute. At, the beginning df the tenth niinute the pussy'grunted hoarsely and roll- ed' over dead, while Uie "rooster proonod himself prideful-I ly away, surrounded by admiring' chickens. Wales, Sept. '3.-HBy Jobannes Schmidt, a Dan: ah searching thexAtIanlic Between the Azores and the" ,West' ndiea for spawning fresh water eels, vhieli IJ3 eye of man has never seen. This announcement was made by )r. W, A. Herdman, professor of oceanography at Liverpool University, n Ills presidential address before the annual conference of the British As- sociation. o "All the eels of the streams and aSes. of northwestern Dr. Herdcian said, fejjd 'and row under our reproduc- ng their spawning eel has over been seen. After living for years n Immaturity, at last near the'ehd of their lives the large male and female yellow eels undergo a change in aih )earance and in nature. They acquire i silvery coW and their eyes and ill this bridal. they com-, inence' the long journey which -euis in maturity, reproduction and death. "They'migrate in the autumn to-tho coast, from the-inshore seas, to the open ocean and still westward and' south to the mid-Atlantic and we know! not how'much farther; for tlie'eia.ct locality and manner of spawning have Mill to be discovered. ''The youngest known stages of the-Lepio cepbalus, the larval stage of ccis, have buGii found by Dr. Schmidt to the west ol the Azores, where the water is over fathoms in depth. These were about one-third of an inch length and were probably not long hatched. Now Dr. Schmidt Is travers- ing the Atlantic fn.tlie hope of finding the missing link in the chain, the Jet- liai spawning'fresh'water eel, in the intermediate! waters somewhere above the abysses of tho open F.H.WILKINS i SIOHT SPECIALIST Sotcliri Block. Third SonUl, Phone 1959. [REPAIR WORK SETTER SSI-SVST WATCH REPAIRING LETHBRIDGE OLD COLD a SllVr.R BOUGHT rH. U T. A rraduate University of X-ray equipment Offlco, Room S Rylaiida Uullding. Phone 1165. OK. WILL, H. to DIB. Hairs and Sim Uuori 9 to 6. Block. Phono 874. UK. W. North Western Dental tty, Ciicafo. OttioMihooj m- 762. OHicMi -Union Bmk Bulldtag. HM 1 W. D. of Chicago ot ,ttl Surfejy. Albert Block, McLeod Uo-Jiing Store.. Ot- 1KX. BetlduuM DR. C. M. FLETCHER, Dentist, grad- uate of the Chicago College of Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous- Oside gas equipment for .extractions. Office 3 and 4 Empress Block. Hours 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 6 p.m. DR. WM. P, CRA10. Dentist ot uu2 rormer Uwtractor la NorUi- DsnUl 'dchcoi m. OlOces, HlglnbbtJum Block. WT, Huan U) S. ipKI In pyorrboa; X-Ray uqulpmeot 8ulto 3, Bryan Block. HOUM: 3 to S. Phone 1669. >H. P. W. grid of Chluigo College ol Speclallit In oral of the mouth. Hour> to to J, Biodt Pnone un. OH iROPRACTORS 1YRUM SA YRUM SMITH and JUNE H. 8M1T1 methods are Nature's own Free 'corisultatton and analysts Hours: :-10-12 and pointment. Room' 205, SheriocS Block. Phones 1677 and' 1441. VIAYI CHANGE OP LOCA-. MANAGEMENT fre regarding Vfavl Remedies, whertb sufferers become well without oper ations. Mrs. K.'F. Hunck, reBldenc .527 8th St. S.- Phone 1883. 4 8PIRELLA CORSETIERE BPlREtiA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Hra. P. A. Parker, 1816 7th ATS. N. Phone llli. For Every Morning's fa-Jorite cereal and ST. CHARLES MILK Rich as cream a dislinctzeatful flavor all its own. You'll look forward dailp to breakfast hour. Try it to-morror, BORDEN COMPANV Umiltd .MONTREAL PXE PROVINCIAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -AND ART, x Night Classes Will Open November 8, 1920 COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plan! Mlnfnp. Farm Mechanic CORRESPOND-' Railway Architectural Meehanlctl SPKC1AL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery Farm Carpentfv Farm Fprglnj' Engine Storage Battiry Vulcanizing Oxy-A'eetylen'e Machine Shop Practice ACCOUNTANCY- The needs of sturfenls will be met In the above jubjetti. Courses, term. Regular Coucsti, ilo.OO per term. SpecK.I Courses by FURTHER iMFORMATION AND ENROLMENT Apply to D? A. Campbell, B.A., Provincial 'Director of Technical cation, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta. Edu- CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 401 3rd Ave.: S; Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In MeLaugnlin .Special, It, eosti no more.-- Eddie Berger, Prop. A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRiDGE TAXI 664 PHONE 664, 1 AUTO TRUCK I and Heavy Draylng 1 THE CITY TRANSFER