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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, -APHBr 4, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE!" PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL lilt. M. J. GIBSON-DKNT1ST OKA�> uute of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder, of a Don* talon Dental Certificate. Office: room* 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071 pit. Li. T ALLAN-OKiNTlcST." lhilC-cessor to Dra. Courtice & Gilchrist) Graduate of University of Maryland. Roonja S-'J Macdonald Block. Rhons 1165, Lethbridge, Alta.__ UR9. MARKS AND MARKS-DfciN'i' Ists. Successor* to Drs. btewart and McClure. Hours 0 to 5. Office: Hit lnbotbam Bk/sK. Phone 374. MEDICAL Pit. hi. O. SIMftlUNDS-JJUNTISX member ol Royal College ot Sur (eons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Col lege ot Physicians (Loudon} L.D.S. 1900. Hours 9-12;.1-5. Office C-8 Hi* inqotham Block. Phone 1616. DR. T. W. FOX-UJSNTIST, ORAi>U-ate North Western Dentul Univurs-Ity, Chicago. Office phono 785; it* ld?nco phone 762. Offices; Uuloa Bank Building. 14>S U GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guna restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonoa'aphs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. K. MacdonaV.1, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032, 412 ith Ave. S. PIANO TUNING U. H. CR1PPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone Ut>8 1253 6th Ave: A. South. __ Pf.lVATE HOSPHALS I'RIVATE 11OSP1TAL-MRS VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 122� ?U� Avenue South. Phone 746. . _ tOUCATiONAL GAHUU ff BUSINESS COLLEGE i 411 8th St. South, Lothbridg* Day and evening �onooL Shorthand, Typewriting,' UoaUkeeping. and al! Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. BUSINESS COLLEGE KING HOWARD'S SCHOOL and Business College for girls, Cranbrook, B. C. Full commercial course, pupils prepared for public school examination in district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parisienne. Write Miss Clierrington, Principal. S15-2B SHOE REPAIRING SHOtt REPAIRING-Plume 1717 lot your shoe repair*. Work don* aV'oroptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, rill *ta Ave South. DOCTOR GAI.UKAITH 014 Third Aveuub South ' Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 12BII DRin&FVEBTCRrCAM PTfELL. ROY & CRAGG. Office Koyal Bank Building. Office hours: l.y0-3 p.m.; l.'.'Al-,s.:!() p.m. Phone r.05. S7-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE son-Office, JOS Sherlock Block Telephones:- Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye,' Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Off lea hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 593. wk7~p. w. tBlEerT ph^IcTaa and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Blocs opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to S.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence 420, ___8ta_St S.^ Phone j_494. _____ DR. J. E. LOVERINgT'"FhyslcaJu and Surgeon. X-Ray equipmont. C^fice and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, :-i> and 7-S. Telephone day and night 1242. 29G-0 WELDING 1-Y'-AUETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phono 7fl0. 208 13th St. south. Oi$y Vulcanizing Shop. K. D. Ritchie, Manager. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER It. F. BRISTOL-Contractor and builder. Plans and specifications prepared. Good work guaranteed. Estimates furnished iree. Phono 1502, S3ii-Rh St. S., Lothbridge, Alta. 1)2-26 BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN Bl.CY-cles'for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A la;ge stock of accessories On hailA. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412. 4tli Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKING i. b. FETTMllLX, LEADING FUNEH- a) director and licensed embaimer, motor or horse driven t^earses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office puoa. 601, rasidence pdjno 117b. Open day and night klaclvAf it MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embulmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn euuipmect. 803 3rd. Ave. S. Phone 1802. Always open, never cic^od. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS jLiAliTiiD WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND 1LFALFA M1JAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request SOI SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldoj : : : : Phone 777 W i cloy a. Mgr., Re�. Phone 365 M. R. Hazed. Acct., Res. Phono 17S3 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomlning, General' Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone V.S2. Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge. Alta. W. EMERY, PAINTING. DECORAT-ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomlning, etc. Best materials only used for -ill vork. Estimates willingly given. S30 9th Street S. Ph.me 338. i^rNTiNG AND PAPERHANG1NG - We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decoratiug. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall jMper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. S. Phone 72f. Jn Lethbridge 20 years. -|  A. MEADS-Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. Pljone 690. 6U ' 8th Ave. 8.- 90--26 WATER H.OCATPK WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATK water for you. Charges reasonable %. U Dsvies, Koblcfos'd. DR. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethhridgo. Phone 3S'J. Residence C30 11th St. S. Phone 1007. Office hours: 11 to IMS; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. , LOST AND FOUND ^ (When Replying Mention Tho Herald) LOSi-Detachable whe^i for a Maxwell ,':ar. Reward for return to 515 6th St. S.__________94-0 LOST-A male biiil pup, fawn color with wliite spot on back of ncclc, 1 nioiitliH old. Reward for return to Dr. 'I .'Her, 420 8th St. south. 96-0 LOST-A gray 3 pocket wallet, containing sum of money and also two keys. Liberal reward for roturn to Herald office. 96-6 IjOST-From Coulhurst, black pony mare, branded on thigh S little star on forehead, short thick mane. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. A. K. KruppcrL CoaShurst. !>K-fi LOST--$io7oo""reward""wilf l)o"giveii anyone giving information on party detaining bob-tailed Collie dog, black and tan, white breast. J. Dickie, Farmers' Feed Barn. *!)!>-0 LOST-One bay maro, with 9 months coll. Strayed from Hardieville, brandod on left shoulder. Mare and colt both white on forehead. $20.00' _ eward for return to Bunnell'!) i:ry barn. s;!-2l5 LO S"t-WTTTte boaded bag-boUv^en' Dominion Meat Market and Merchants Bank, containing receipt with owner's name and sum of.monpy. Reward, write, apply Box 20, Herald Office._________ _-� LOST-A dark "bay horse" sla? ~in torehead, branded 4 on right shoul- 4, DR. R. W LYNN, ROOM 6, REUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by pointmetit. Phone: Office 459, Res. � &99. CHIKOPKACTOKS bMlTH Al SMITH-ilfKUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, tak* spinal adjustments and get well Office In residence, S03 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, bours . J(Wflliry Stort  Hours JO to 12. � m � �V'5n.m. � I I ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES! AND ALL KINDTS OF ' BLBfr TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Co. PHON* eST 713 3rd Ave. 8. TRY A HERALD IT WILL BIG IAD der; also a light **bay mare, white strip on forehead, while hind legs, coming .'! years old. Reward for information. John O'Leary, Noblel'ord, Phono R 311, Monarch.  91-12 STRAYED-From Sec.""10, Twp. 7, Range 19, 1 white mare, 10 years old; 1 gray colt, coming 2 years, branded M D over bar on left shoulder. Liberal reward for information leading to recovery. G. H. Moreland, New Dayton._____ LOST-$5.00 each for recovery of"! red muley heifer, dehorned heifer, red, white spots; red whit faced heifer, red Bteer, re white-faced steer, .all brandec on right ribs. R. B. McMullin, mm well. 92-6 STRAYED - From Needpath, one gray mare, 2 brown Clyde mares, one with yearling colt. One two year old black stud colt. All branded u 7 left thigh. $10.00 reward for " ** Information leading to recovery. Baw-den Farming Co., Taber, Alberta. 95-6 STRAYED-Brown mare in foa^ two years old, white spot on the face and white hind legs. v Branded S lazy V on right hip; Manes clipped tinder the collar, no halter on, front feet- shod. Reward ?10.00. Please inform T. Buls-mer, E V> Sec. 2-8-12, P. O. Foremost, Alta.____96-2 LOST-A suit case between Internat--ional Harvester Company and Monarch, more likely between International Harvester Company and, the: west bank of the Belly River on. the Macleod Trait. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning same to office of Harris and Palmer. ' 96-2 STOLEN FROM front of residence, 1918 Ford Touring car. Reward for information: R. ti. Dygert, 634 9th St. S. 94-0 IS NOW SUGGESTED (By S. S. Dunham.-At a recent meeting of the Lethbridge Board of Trade the ((iK'slion o" housing acconfmodatious for the surplus population was under discussion, and it was very evident, that the demand for houses, which for some time has been acute in the city, is becoming chronic. It. is also evident, tiiat a large percentage of our citizens are occupying vented premises. It is slating a truism to say that the larger ihe percentage of the population of the city who own iheir own homes, the better it is for (be substantial welfare of the city. Many more people would own their homes if some way were provided by which they could pay for the same out of their earnings. At ihe present time there are few facilities for the people who desire to buy homes to pay for them in this way. No matter how humble is the citizen 1m is eminently a better citizen and more loyal to his cily and more contented with his. homo and surroundings if he owns that homo. Now in discussing tiie question of how to house tho surplus population, j Association rout solution of tho problem. The apartment house contemplates renters not owners. It bids for the transient, not the permanent resident, and while ample provision should be made for the transient, the real interest of tile city is to look to the bettorment of Ihe permanent resident. It lias occurred to the writer thai, the time has probably arrived in the history of our city when wo should provide such facilities for- those of our inhabitants who desire to use (hem. � The. riuestion occurs to the writer j if the lime lias not. arrived when the; cily of Lethbridge should have, a! "Building anil Loan Association.' ; Tile record.-, of tlie.se institu 1 ions have) been most favorabde. !'e\v indeed, of j them have tailed and many a home j owner in older cities has secured j Iheir homes and paid for them through ! facilities of Ibis kind having been pro-j vided for them. To the loyal citizen 1 who has some money to invest, such an institution gives him an opportunity to invest if safely and get reasonable interest thereon, and to the prospective home owner it provides a means, not only to accumulate his earnings, but to utilize ihe funds so aggregated for die purchase, or erection of his home. It. thus appeals both to the capitalist, desiring to assist his town, and to the citizen who desires to build a home. It. has been suggested that at the present cost of building material, it would hardly be wise to engage in | sucdi an enterprise, but as a matter of fact there are already many houses in the city that can he bought for less than the buildings would cost at. the present lime. A Building and Loan j S therefore would have LADIES' FURSES FOR SENATORS. Ottawa.-Senate reform, in tho way of war-time economy, is suggested by Auditor-General Fraser in his annual report to parliament, as tabled in the commons today. Among the several score thousand items of governmental expenditure printed in liie report, there is one relating to stationery supplies for tho senate. These supplies included loo ladies' hags at. 9.S.o1) each and -10 ladies' purses at. $�.:,0 each. Mr. Fraser wrote to the clerk of the senate, asking for what purpose these were ordered, and lo whom they were supplied--'Those articles appear to be out of Ihe ordinary run oj stationery supplied for government purposes." PRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited 6-fflse--c. P. R. Froiflht Sheds PHONES Ofricr............ 11