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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TTESDAY, SEPTEMBER THK un'riBKIDGE DAILY j-ua nufvAittif pvrp -yr S _ I I __ I _N _ I I I i i i i i iQ-g Cannot Improve on a HERALD WANT AD-as a Salesman. Try one Today REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 32, 38, 4< 46, 54, 63, 68, 71, 89, 104, OWNEftS OF BOXES PLEASE CA.LL FOR THEIR ANSWERS HAY FOR SALE Hfplylne Mention file Herald! SA L tons gooirTloagfi luy. "Special price" [or large ijuan-i lily. Apply E. Taiigua'y, IMPOUNDMENT SALE Alta. MIXKI) TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA HAS EXTKA VALUK oaen, a' East Pound, 1st Ave uuan- Xonn sorrel gelding, branded on thigh. day at 3 p.m., October 2nd, 1320. iSlsiieui JUS. G1LLESPIE, 175 Chief of Police. THE WANT MAIL CONTRACT We can now make prompt shipment tof (his class ot hay at c verv reason-! iible price. i SEALED. TENDERS, addressed to '-Superior quality, lowest prices Postmaster General, will he re- fcxreltanl service on nil j cclvea at-Ottawa until noon, on Frl- Wiuls or hay produced in (his dis-' tho 12th ol November, 1920, for trlct. conveyance 6( His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed Contract for fonr H'VV (our times per week over the MAS AM) UHAliN Lcthbridge Rural Route No. 1. Lcthbriilge Hural Route No. 2. Lethbrldgc Rural Route No. 3. Lelhbrldgc Rural Roufe No. 4. From tho Postmaster General's pleasure. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed Contract may be seen and blank forms of Tender-.may-be obtained at COMPANY 1221 SECOND AVK. S. I'llONE IRRIGATED HAY PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone !710. Hull St., Ground Floor. TUB BETTER HAY i lurms in ienuer-.may- Be ontalned at GROWN, CURBD, BALED I.OM3ED'lhc Oflices ofLethbrMge. and at RIGHT llK! Onice Lcthhrldge. follow each step llie result, satisfactory liay TIMOTHY, ALFALFA. Miled Timotliy and Alfalfa. Alfalfa Meal. FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Coaldale, Lelhurldge. Binder for yjO ft GET YOURS NOW! FREO H. SMITH, Post Office Inspector. fast Office Inspector's Office, 27th September, 1920. Ad H NOTICE j TO 117 LOST AND FOUND JCWhen Mention.' The Jterald. bunch of keys? Fin (ie r jilease .phono 427. sales book. Kindly return to office of Coca Cola .company. fur neck piece between 8th St. S. and fair grounds. Fiuderi plc.iEO leave at Standard Bank with 3liss Mclntosh and receive reward. __. and "cast ing on CoaMale noad. Owner can i same at Cora Cola Co. and pay- OSCAR KRADSE, Nemiscaui, Alherta. TAKJ3 NOTICE thai the Slaeey Lnmher Company, Ltd., has commenc- ed an action, against' you In the Dis- trict Court of the District of Ldth- hridge to recover "the sum of J53.1G In respect ot your promissory note dated July 21st, 1917.. If you dispute the claim or any part thereof you are to file with tie Clerk ot the ahove nirasd court a'Dispule Note on or be- fore the' October, A. 1320, otherwise-Judgment may be sign- ed against you. Dated at the City of. Lethhridge In the Province of Alberta, this 20th day of September. A. 1020: CONYBEARE. CHURCH AND DAVIDSON, Solicitors for the Plaintiff herein. Ad Z messages received by the news- papers here as unsaleable. It is stat- ed that the chambers of commerce congress in Toronto has asked the commonwealth government for an in- vestigation. OFFER TO SELL EARS ing for this ad. tie pin two small diamond anil olivcno set In Platinum. .Reward of 55.00 for return Kaworth. _________________________'MS -I red two year old heifer, ibrand on left calf at foot. Bjn.OD' reward for rowvurr. (Phone R 405. 15-JewelTe7rWaTto7r watch; one mile south of Chin. Will give Un- der fp.OO on return to John Haheck; Chin, 'Alta. TlO.OO REWARD for informafioYTead- ing to the recoveryvof a dark colored horse brande'd on right Ehoulder. Joseph Stiublc, Iron____ Springs, Arlington .J3epL 17th, one black grip. Wanted particularly letters, photos, etc., In tray. Finder please return to Gait Hospital. _______ wristlet watch wlTlTgoitl face, on evening of Sept. 26th, between main, streets and 947 7th St. A. S. Fiuuer -please return to the address and receive reward. purplo hat trimmed with gray feather and purplo veil, when loct was in paper hat bag. Fin- tier please return to Miss Tllney Koyal Bank Bldg. 243-3 _m 1- NBW letters ana persona! applications from men will- ing to nart with thoir left ears have been received today by Frank P. Quesada, tbo wealthy young Cuban came here lo buy a left-ear lo re- place the one he lost, .when his horse kicked It off; after throwing him. Quesada is stopping. at'Nq: 15S East 122ml street. The letters demand allthe way from 52.000 to for left ears. lolil those' who called' to have blood tests taken and mcel mo to- morrow at my physician's said Quesada. One of the letters read in "I'm "a pretty fair looking fellow with perfect care. I'd ho glad to part with one ol my ears for to help you out- 1 don't care It peoplo don't like my looks." AUSTRALIAN FLOUR AND WHEAT UNSALEABLE LONDON, Sept. Associated com- plaints havo come froYn South Africa about the Australian second grade wheat and flour. They are described Salvation Army Cit- iiriel and North Ward, via overhead bridge, pair eyeglasses with chain at- tached. Finder please commiinlcalo wllh Ao'Jt. Hardy, 523 7th St. S.. phone 164 LETHD1HDOE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51. FJRKMAN WANTED APPLICATIONS WILL UK KB- CEIVBD BY TUB UNDBJ'.KION- UNTIL NOON' OP T-UKS- DAY. SEPT.. 2STH, TOR TUB POSITION OF KIRBMAN' FOU TUB VVINTKU MONTHS AT CENTIIAL. MANUAL TRAIN- ING. OI.U IIIOII AND KI.VDKR- OAHTKN' SCHOOLS. u'iLL COMMMNCt! NOVKMBUlt 1ST. APPOINTBB WILL BE KKQUIKEI) TO WORK KIOIIT IIOIIMS KAC.'I DAY, ANV INKO'IIMATION IllOOAHl) ING HUTIBS BB OU- TAI.S'BI) AT THE OFFICE -IN THB CKNTHAL SCHOOL. AP- PLICANTS WILL KTATE WAGES EXPECTED AND EXP15RIBNCB AROUND IJ01LKRS WITH TES- TLMONIALH. JOHN II. Sccrelary-Treasurer. 539-6 Predicts Harding's Victory THE STEPPING STONES OPPQR1 g g Farris Service Agency Scientific CollecUoui Contingency basis. We set re- sults. Everything in iccountancj. Prompt attention. Acadia' Bloclt. Ph9ae Chicago employment agencies claim supply of labor novr far exceeds de- mands, and they-are' plao'ag only one- fiftli of men they found situations for a year ajo. Change In Train S e r vi c e Effective Sunday, Oct. 3rd, 192Q Trains 7 and anti bo with- drawn, last train Kastbound passing Calgay Sundav, Oct. bound. Tuesday, Oct. 5th. i .1.rains 33 u Pacific Express) will also be withdrawn last 13 passing Calgary 'Westbound Mondav, Oct. No 14 Eastbound 12.20 a.m. Momlar, Oct. 4th. The following new service'will be Inaugurated- 10 an'l return, Lv: Calgarj- S.50 a.m., Ar. Mac- 7nnP y LT. Macleod Ar. Cal- (.uu p.m. -x. Calgary to Empress am! return, Lv. Calgary. 12 noon Tuesdavs Thurafli'.ys and Saturdays, Ar..'J2mpress 10.10 ritn., returning, Lv' Empress 9.40 a.iur iioudays, Wednesdays and Calgary 7.50 p.m. .TRAINS WILL ARRIVE AND LEAVE LETHBRIDGE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE EAST AND WEST Arrive. No. }ledlclne Hat to Pernie, Cran- brook, Spokane, Nelson, etc......... 3.25 am. No.. 65-rFrom Nelson, Spokane, Cranbrook, Fernie, etc., to Medicine Hat 2.20'a.ra Medicine Hat and intermediate 12.50 p.m. Medicine intermediate stations Cardston to Cranbrobk and In- termediate stations...............n.20 a.m. Cranbrook to Cardston and in- termediate stations................. p.m. NORTH Calgary, and intermediate points Calgary and iiitermcrttaU) sta- tions 12.45 pm and intermediate stations Calgary and intermediate sta- tlons 3.00 a.m.' SOUTH Cardston and intormediafo sta- tions............................. 11.23am .wAcV? and intermediato stations Great Falls, Coutts nnd inter. mediate siallohs 430 nm Contts, Great Falls'and "i'n'te'r- mediate stations Mnnyhenies and''iuiefmcdl'a'te ON THE Leave. 3.55 a.m. 2.45 a.m. 4.36 p.m. L10 pjn. -4.30 p.m. 4.40 p.m. 3.00 a.m. 4.30 p.m. 9.30 a.m. except Sunday xVVed! and Sat.' oj- 'zTucs. and J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. K-c-I'resident Vi. H. Taft ot tlic linKed States, wlio, In Toronto last week, predicted-the election of War- ren G. Harding, HcpnUicaii candi- date for the Presidency, nnd the adop- tion ot ino Senate's League of Na- tions reservations, POOR PUPILS Maybe she wouldn't be a poor pnpll in school If her pupils of sight wero normal. Any' teacher will tell you that Impaired fislon makes a child nerwms, careless, unable to concen- trate or retain. Watch your child read. If she holds her book too clone, or reads with a strained see us at once for a free of her eyes, j J. M. HENDERSON In n. A. Wright's Jewelry Store. F.H. WiLKINS SIOHT SPECIAU3T Boutha'nl Block. Third .Are. Soolh, Phone 1959. Rea. Phono 1937. WORK jA_SPJCIAl.Tr SETTER 331-5-57. WATCH LETHBRIDCB OLD GOLD StSlLVER SOUGHT. CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 3rd Avo. 8, Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In a McLaughlln Special. .11 cottj no more. Eddlo Barger, Prop. A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHBRIDOE TAXI 664 PHONE 664 AUTO TRUCK and ileavy Draylng 1 THE CITY TRANSFER J. KERR 1 phones: Owes 1143; Res. 683 p 203-20 PROVINCIAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY Day and Night Will Open November 8, COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Tractor .Motor Ekcirlcal Plant Steam Mining Farm Mechanic CORRESPOND- Railway Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery Farm Ca'rpentry Farm riorginj Gas Enjlne Storage SaHsry Vulcanizing Armaturi Winding Oxy-Acetylene Machine Shop Practice The needs of stuJtnls will be met In the above subjects, Courses, per term. Regulir Courses, Jlo.OO per term., Special Course by arrangement. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ENROLMENT Apply fo D. A. Campbell, B.A., Provincial Director of Technical Edu. cation, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta, A. G. SPENCE TAXI Phor.e 'JOO Phone DAY AfiD NIGHT Please Leave Train Calls Early Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMlUilNG FREEL 4.ELLIOTT Metal WorVtn 838 8th at ttuth Phont 1713 OKNTAL DK. H. QRAD- Bits of Royal CoUote of Dental Sur- (eoni, 'J'oronto. Offlo: Roonjj S to 7, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. L- graduate University of Maryland; X-ray equipment. Office, Room 8 Rylar.da Building. Phone 1165. OK. WlLi, H. lo Marrt and Marn. S to 5. ofjjcs Block. Fhoao 374. UP- T. W. CHAD "U North Wattern Decua liy, Chicago. Otflcs, phonj 7M; phone iBJ. Union Btnli Bulldfat S W. D. sraduaie of CWcato ot teJ Surgery. Albert Block. aSwrt McLeod Cidtking Of- DB. C. M. FLKTCHER, Dentist, grad- uate of the Chicago Collega of Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous Oxide gas equipment for eilractioas. Offlce 3 and i Empress Block. Hours 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 5 p.m. i.P.ORAlO._______ id Tcrmar Injtructo? lA Nortli' DsoUl Bchooi Hour. 9 to CLAIRE S. DOBLB Teacher of Piano, Theory and Fletcher Musio Method, studio will reopen about the middle of Se-plemoer. 222-29 R- J. S. Jtittff In pyorrhea; X-Rajr equipment Offiot. 3, Bryan Block. 9 to 6. Phone 1EES.. W. grad- uate ot Chicago of Dental BaWT. Spedtllit In oral of tho month. Hoan: 1 S.80. 801U I..011W Poone CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE H, SMITH methods are Nature's own. itee consultation and analvsia. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by" ap- pointment. Room 205, Sherloci Block. Phones 1677 and 1441. CHANGE OP LOCA', MANAGEMENT and Literature free regarding Vlavi Remedies, whereby sufferers become well without oper- ations. Mrs. K. F. Hunck, residence 527 Sth St. 3. Phone 1SS3. 48 SPIREI.LA. CbRSETIERC SPIRBLLA COHBBTS AND ACCESSORIES Mrt. P. A. Parker, 1816 7th Are. N. Phone lltt. GUNSMITHS. GUNSMITHS LOCKSM1THS-OUN barrels etralghteaed. g-ms reatwk- eun work done by a gunsmith; made, locks repaired, bicycles. typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers ihsrpened. D. B. Mncdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald office. ELECIKICWPLIES Hectrlo Light Power Contrsctori Phono 1332 5lh St. 9, Ktrm Lighting.a Specialty. Contractors for raectrlol Work on Carnston DECORAT1NO WET.LINOTON Dtcorx. torn. anO Patotart KatBomlalnc. Otneral Decorating and Sign girca The oldest ectabllshed pstntera In Res. 1472; offles phone 17E8. BherlOTi: Bldg., Leth. brlflgs, Albfrta. ._______ A. Decorating and Pajcrhanjlne. Phone 611 8th Avenue South. 117__Q E. U COPELAND. B. R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co. lor decorating and paperhanglog a spe- cially. Satisfied customers our Elm. Phono 1303. BIS 12th at Sonlh. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1909. Thlrty-flvo years' eiperlence In Exter- ior nnd Interior Decorating. 967 llth fat. South.' Estimates free. Hfla. Phona 1104 PIANO TUNiNQ Playsr-Plano and Organ Repairer. 50 years' factory eipcrlonco. Hon. onrs Certificate M. T; Assn., London. England. References to tho leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168 627 ICtb St. 8. _____ WATER LOCATOR WATKK 'LOCAfOf water for you. can locat I ncvor have failed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davlos, 121S 5th Avc. A. South. Lethhridcc. Phono 1217. IMPEDIMENTS TO RECONSTRUCTION tmusSKLS. Sept. greatest impediment to the financial recon- struction of Europe is the movement for the socialization and lion of Industry, with the accompany- ing hur'dens. on governments, il was declared by n. H. Brand, the British vice-president of tho international nancial conference, In the opening de- hate of the conference this morning. The conference chamber presented a scene of great animation with the be- ginning of actual work by the bodv The assembly-hull was crowded when Guslav Ador, ox-president of Switzer- land, the presiding officer of tho con- ference, called ihe- delegates lo order. OSTEOPATH1C DR. J. B. HOHNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 816-18-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours 19-12, 2-1, End appointment POOE3 1993. PRIVATE HOSPITALS TUB VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1221 7th Ara. 8., Lothhrtdga; Phona elcal, medlcil and tients. Private -.nj seml-priyaU roomt. nates J30.00, 133.00 and Write tcr mformatloa to Mi 3. M. EL Haarlem, tendent MJI1C MISS A1LEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the of the Royal Academy and Royal. College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for tip Toronto Conservatory of Music exams It desired. Annual7 spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Are.' A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 THE im French dry cleaning. We oldwt cleaners In the city. We use-the genuine French system, which COT- era trery spot aul ellmlnatei injury to garments, grrlng high class results.' Special attention to country wort 324 6th Street 8oath. Phone 1818. Collect nnd deliver. LOO Repairing and alterations well at reasonable prices. for and dellyar foots. SZO.Tth St South. Phone 1828. OXT-ACBTTLBNH WBLPINO W. N. KUTH, Corner 1st ATS. and 10th Strwt Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to lake on tho work of one or two more Coun- try Drug Stores. Write for 1214 THIRO AVE. SOUTH L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Hewi Agent Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrldge Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous ot Joining tho ahove association, can ob- tain Information and application forma from 'Bccretary, LEIGH, P. 0. Boi No. 6, Leth- bridge. let Andy Do It If yonr anto or tractor radUt. or needs repairing, the "Xcc-w tho equipment and the biggest shop In Alberta your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Farmers When In rieed of TRACTOH Repairs It will bs to youc inltr- est to try US, We hays an up-to-date Macbins Shop and employ only first clasj Machinists. Satisfaction In anrl workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regronnd, and fitted with over-size plstonj and rings. N1VEN BROS. ?I6 lit Ave. 3.' Phone'1732 ;