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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 102U THE HERALD PAGF. TOREr? You Cannot Improve on a HERALD WANT AD-as a Salesman. Try one Tocla y REPLIES! Repliea have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 32, 44, 47, 49, 54, 68, 71, 89, 113, 115, 121, 127, 129, 132, 148. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEtfi ANSWER? HAY FOR SALE (When Iteplyins Mention fhc FOK good slough" Juy. Special prlcV' for large quan- tity. Apply IMPOUNDMENT SALE _Kor sain at East Pound. 1st Ave..j One sorrel gelding, branded i____ on left Sale ou at 3 p.m., October 21 1920. (Signed) JOS. G1LLESPIB. i 175 'Chief of Police, i AND MIXED TIMOTHY ALFALFA HAS EXTKA FEED VALU I IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE In pound kept Ly R. L. i Berlin on N. W. U Sec. 'I5-9-13, on ____ Sept. 2, 1920, 1 block mare branded can now makTprompt shipment j le" of Tery sa oualitv, trici. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN COMPANY 1231 SECOND AVE.'s. i'HONB 732. IRRIGATED HAY THE BETTER I1AV GIIOWK, CUIiED. BAI-KD, l.OADKD RIGHT We follow each .step tho undermentioned animals minded oil right shoulder. Suckling colt, hind set. whltu in face. Hudfsldn teil hin'd foot white, star on Bay mare star on face. Brown marc, two white hind legs, two white irout feet. Bay mare, yearling, two white hind legs, left front leg white, right front foot white, i R. L. BBHLIN, I Poundkeeper. i 105 Grassy Lake, AHa. THE WANT ADS PROFESSIONAL AND' BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage. Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, "th St., Ground floor. Forris Service Agency Sclenltflo ColleaEJtou Gocttnje'iicy basis. We get re- mits. Everything la accountancy. Prompt attention. Acacia Bloct Pttorie Hit. THE STONES TO OPPdRTUNTT 5 CWR'CLASSIFrED result, satisfactory hay. TIMOTHY. ALFALFA. Mixed Tiuuiihy and Alfalfa. Alfalfa. Meal. FARM PRODUCTS LTD. Ccaldite, Lethbrldce.' 'Binder for ft. GET YOURS NOW! TENDERS Tenders will fce received by the un- de-signed ior hauling coal to mem- 117 LOST AND FOUND fWhtn Mention HFihder please return to Oalt Hospital. wristlet watch with gold face, on evening of Sept. 26th, between main, streets and'947 7th St. A. S. Finder, please.return to tho address and receive reward. purple hat trimmed grey feather and' purple veil, lost was iu paper hat bag. Fin- -der please return tp Miss Tllucy, Itoyul Hank Bldg.__________243-3 Salvation Army Cit- adel and N'orth Ward, vis overhead pair eyeg'asscs with chain at- tached. Pinder please communicate, with Adjt. (lardy, 623 7th St. S., phone _____ 16y various members of the Bellevue club op the premises. The allegations were set forth in detail in ;i letter sent to the Belle- vue organisation by W. F. Stowe. solicitor for the provincial command of the G.W.V.A. Among other things, t is alleged that G.W.V.A. signs were used inside and outside the Deilovue Club quarters, that these quarters ire being run by three returned sol- iliers who are not members of the O.W.VM.; that dues have not been collected and the per capita lux. not paid to the provincial organization. The letter sent by the provincial command's solicitor notified the sol diers running the lielievue place to lake down all signs with "O.W.V.A." upon them, on penalty of immediate prosecution. The provincial officials also have complained to the attorney- general's department and the com- missioner of provincial police rela- tive to the charges. OR. C. JI. FLETCHER, Dentist, grad- uate of the Chicago College of Den- tal Surgery. Nitrous Oilde gas equipment for extractions. Office 3 and 4 Empress Block. Hours H to 18 a.m., 1 to 5 p.m. OK. WH. P. CRAIG, Dentisi. Graduate ol and lamer inrtructor In North- western Dental Chicago, in. Officaa, Uigluboltaa Block. llowi to UK. J. S. Itlng In X-Kajr oqalpment OJfico. Snlto 3, Bryan Block. 9 to 5. Phone 'H- f. W. DenUal, IT ot Chliago College ot Dental Snrrary. ByeclalUt In oral nirttiT and ol the csouUi. Houn: to 13, 1 to (.30. SnlU Ollrv Block. Fnone U9S. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third Ave. Saula, Phone 1969. 1937. CHIROPRACTOHS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE fiTSMlTH methods are. Naturo'E own. Free consultation and aualyela Hoars: 10-12 and 2-1, and by ap- pointnient. Room 205. Sherlock Block. Phonea 1677 and iill. VIAVI CHANGE OF LOCA'. MANAGEMENT and Literature frei regarding Viavl Remedies, whereby sufferers bacomo well oper ations. Mrs. K. P. Hunck, residence 527 Stli St. S. Phono 18S3. 48 SPIRELLA CORSETIEHE WOMAN REFUSES TO RUN FOR MAYOR CALGAHY, FIMWNS ON PROPOSAL. TO CIRCULATE GRAMOPHONE RECORDS women of the city have decided to run at least one candidate in civic elections, although tho namo lias not yet been announced. Mrs..Gale elected as alderman last year hoa still another year to serve. She ha refused to be entered in the mayoralty, contest. Registration for the provin- cial lilts has bean exceptionally heavy a'moug the women voters. Manitoba's Next Big City Will Be In The Far North WINNIPEG, Man., Sept tho second largest city In Manitoba will emerge from tho in the northern portion ot tho province when j the vast natural resources of the hin- terland aro developed, was Iho predic- tion of Mayor Charles R Gray upon his return from a trip north with the Manitoba legislature parly. Tho Flln Flon, ho said, would be the greatest copper mine in the world. A slampedfi to the district ia inevit- able, he added. "It makes tho hrain reel when one sees the possibilities there in timber, pulpwood, fish, .water power, copper, lead, sulphide and precious metals such as gold, silver, radium and tung- sten, north of he said. "Tho mining possibilities In that district will create one of the most conserva- tive mining fields the world has ever seen." The people of Manitoba, he declar- ed, liave no conception of the untap- ped resources of the province. The Klin Fion mine has ore in sight worth The diamond drilling in the mine so far has shown the, T'oin.ro bo SOO feet wlrtc, feet long and 000 feet deep and tho end of pos- sibilities are not known, concluded the mayor. SETTER WATCH-flEPAIRlri LETMBRIDCP JJLD COl6 SILVER BOUGHT CITY TAXI SERVICE. DAY AND NIGHT Phono Office 401 3rd Ave. 8, Letnbrlrig-, Alberta Rldg In McLsughlTn Speclil. ft .no mora, Erfdle Bargar, fnp. SPIRELLA COKHBTS AND" ACCESSORIES tin, P. A. Pirkor, 1510 7th ATB. N, -Phone 11S1. Phone 746. AccommodaUon for sur- elcal. medical and' oat emit? pa- tients. Private Jid rooms. Rates IJS.OO and PS a Wrltt Tcf information to Miv M. S. Van Hsirlom, mpertii- M'JtIO CLA1HE 3. DO'BLE Tflacher of Piftno, Theory and Fletcher MMlo Method, stndlo will reopen about the middle of September. 222-25 MISS AILEBN M. Playing nnd _Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College at Music, London, England. 10? per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of. Piano and Theory. Pupiis prepared for the Toronto Conwrratorr ot Music exajna If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Stti ATB. A. Sonth. CLEANERS AND PRE8SER8 THE VALBT SpeciaUR in fYenei dry cleaning. We are la the elty. use tha genuine fVeura ayttam, ThlcU era tvery spot and pcts- sible Injury to garments, gltlng class resnlti. Special attention to country wort 324 Stti Street Soiitnv Phone 1818. Collect anj dtllyer. LOO Repairing and alterations do'na at reasonable prices. We seU tor- Bad deliver goods. 320 7th St, Sontb. Phono 1B28. OXT-ACBTYLENB WBLDINO W. N. KTJTH, Corner 1st Ave. and loth -Street. GUJISMjTHS (SUNSH1THS a barrels gins reatook- gun work done by -d gunsmith, Joclts repaired, blcyclsi, typewritera, rhocograpbs. any liKat machinery repaired, lawn: 'mowers D. R. KacdoDiin. I Motorcrcle Agant, Phone 10J3. eth Street, opposito Herald ofBco. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light Power Ccnlracton Phone mi! Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD. AVE. SO. A. B. C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO LETHURIDGE TAXI 6ft4 PHONE 664 REVIVES OLD OFFICE THIS WINTER WHEN YOU COME TO1 VANCOUVER On account of the warm winter climate ot iho Pacific Coast, nnd. the wonderful attractions of Van- couver, Canada's greatest thousands of Prairie folk aro now planning for their' winter's Teat and recreation in that famous city. When you come to .Vancouver, call at our offices first. MaVs them your ncid'iuartcrs. Without g.'tlion our entire organization at your service, or write in :id- vnnco .for information you wish. If you bring your family, yoirVf'ill want to rent, or perhaps (o buy, a lifonse, or if rooms for the season are we will ,liunt them up for y.on. Or if you V'aht to take up fruit farm flth- In easy distance of tlio tltyXwc have many oxceltenl listings. G. J. HAMMOND Established 1507. West, Vancouv 'JD CO., >12 Hastings sJL iver, B.C. J liKQINA, KasK., Sept. 2S.--The sug- gestion that the Kegina library follow Ihc eiamnle of HranUord. Ontiirio, and circulate grnmophoucv. records oiig iis patrons In addition to hooka arid sheet unislc is not well received by the authorities at the library. j J. C. Honeynian. the cMeflibrar- ian, said that the question ofslOaning Braniophonc records linrl been consid- ered, but abandoned as not feas- ible, lie was o( the opiniou that they would very get snoiterl and would prove i. considerable expense to tho library, more (han ths service warrant. Twenty eating house men In New Vork are [ironiolin? a co-operative buying system to eliminate the middle- man In their business nnd thus re- duce food to themselves or the public is not stated. j B33k., LOrahani has js_w. M_ appointed Indian corarrttssloncr for the three western provinces, Saskatchewan, dlbcrta and Manitoba, reviving air historical title abolished more than years ago. The title was first held by lion, David Laird in 1S16. AUTO TRUCK and Heavy Drayins I THE CITY TRANSFER 1 ROUND-THE-ISCAND i WEEKLY STEAMER SERVICE VICTORIA. U.C., Sept. I3ri- tish Colntnbia Coast Sleamslifp Ser- vice has nndtr coTieideralion a round- (tie-Island weekly service as -an at- traction to tourists next summer. Tho plans call for the ppcralion of llic Vrinecss Maquinna around Vancouver Island from Victoria. Tho bo.it now foe.a as far :is Quatsino Sound. Un- der the now Echcrac, she would round the find ol Iho island and come down the inside, lunching at points en route, to Vancouver llioii returning here. PROVINCIAL ,1N'STITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY Day and Night Classes Will Open November 8, 1920 Tractor Motor Electrical Power Plant Steam Mining Farm Mechanic CORRESPOND- COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Hallway Architectural Mechanical TELEGRAPHY- SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS Farm Machinery Farm Carpentry Farm Fprging G.fs Engine Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armature Winding Oxy-Acetylene Welding Machlna Shop Practice The reed] of ttudenti will be met In the above aubjecta. Coursej, per term. Regular Courses, psr term. Special Coursej by arrangement. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ENROLMENT Apply to D. A. Campbell, B.A., Provincial Director of Technical Edu- cation, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta, <09-Elb St. 3. Term Lighting a Spealally Contractors for Electrical on Cardston Tample. DECORATING WELLINGTON Tho Decora. tors. PaperhaTicera and Patntan General Decoratlnjt ind SlET Wrillns. Estlmstes The oldest established painters in Lethbrldee. Res. phone 1472; office phono 1752. Sherlotk Bids, Lolh- brldee. Alhgrta. 611 8ih Paperbanjrrne. sonth. Phono 690. E. L. COrBLAND. B. 1C KENT. The Pjfamld PecorattnB Co. Inter- decorating and paperhanglng a dalty. Satisfied caatomers our aim. Pbone 1S03. 12th St. Sonth. TAXI Phoric Phone 428 DAY AND NiQHT Leave Train Calls Early JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established 1903. Thirty-five yenrs' experience In Exter. 1or Interior Decorating. 9B7 IHh South. Estimates freo. Kes. Phone 1101 PIANO TUNING HOUR DAY FOR HOUSEHOLD WORKERS CALGAHY, Sept. eight hour day for household workers la recom- mended by tho Ixscal Council of Wo- men of this city. H