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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .T1H-HSSW. APIUI, 10, 1910 THE l.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACTS 1TJKKK THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS' One Bargain Calls (or Another. By Wellington ANDTe.BRE ORE BOBBINS OFTERED IN EVERY DftY? JUST flT TrESE .RECORDS i pickap up a? ME- l Trm ASKED FOR VfHWT'ONE YjWTS BUY BKONE WIN PUR CMflSE l ft BftggfW j 1 sum. USDOUBTEPLY To KIND fl i IN PHONOGRAPHS, IF T COLLECTIONS NEXT TO GETTING BUS- INESS IS GETTING PAID FOR IT. WE ARE SPECIALISTS GOVERNMENT REPORTS AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY 'or the Sijjiv Correa- [Kjli'U'uce R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY i Mactfonald Block Phone 1616 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Healed Car City and Country Trips Office Phone 1205 RESIDENCE Phone 1093 (joorl Supply of Aloislure Over! Ban Imposed j Oira CorresDonrtei'ti 1 BOW Mon- day muriiEiig last iveck. Bertha, Mrs. D. Kfrsch'a oldest chiU! jiuAHCd away. About three years ago she con I racked. wliooping cough weakened .her greatly for sometime, in fistl islie never eceiQctl tlio robubt girl lliitt she Jwid been before. Then last full influenza ivas contracted and sht; never recovered from its effect. Tiiu; dread disease consumption, caus- ed lier dtath. Wednesday morn nig tlio body was brought lo St. church vbcre the funeral service was lieM. The sdirols M'ere t-loscil to al- low IJif; teacher :ind impils to attend "tuneral. There were many beau- tiful floral offerings sent by friends. Uertha fame'to How Island with her parents when about 6 years of age. She was loved by all who It now licr, hiiiug of u very kindly disposition. join in 'deepest sympathy ivitli the- parents'in this Uieir sad bereave- jnent, >lr. aiid Mrs- Swennumson were vis- itors to Calgary last, returmnjs ori Friday. Mrs. 11. Thompson returned from the coaat on Wednesday last.. She lias j spent the.'last coiipjo of nibntlis-thcre the benefit other health. Mr. A.'D. Ilolfe as a. business'vis-j Hor in Calgary, the latter part of the week. Tjhc Red Cross Society met in tnc Room last "Wednesday afteriiopn for husinesb loeetiiig. Little interest is shown save by a H was re- solved at the 16disorganize, resolution subject to the approval or lied Cross eadqnarters. Mr. and Mouds. north-east of town, have heen quite ill-wltli the 'fin'hut have recovered. Mr. IlardhikS a returned soldier, is the secretary-treasurer of Bow Island Municipal District. Rain Cheers Tlie farmers have heen busy latcjy hauling their seed and Teed era it) and ih the main getting ready for spring work, When the rain started Oii 1'rklay tiEght laatiiiB all Saturday and part of Sunday, not only wcte they picasect, but everyone had visions of belter timei, r( 'On Saturday the ban was again put op in Island as the 'flu Is getting a strong hold here.1 Alwut fifty cases arc reported iti town and vicinity. People-were all pleased when they heard' that Joe Lackenby was home- ward bound and when the 'train pull- 'in on Saturday from the east sev- of his friends were at the depot to welcome him. 'Joe was one of our bravest lads. We are sorry lo reiwrt that at the present time Mrs. Pearl Hoss Is very loiv with pneumonia which followed (bo 'flu. Mra. Shearer of Maple Creek arrived yesterday to be with Mra. Hoss, Mrs. Ostrum and her sister have been here for some days, got a call to Mr. Hob last night, stating tFieir little boy was very sick. the maternity home here, on Saturday night, a son was born to "Mivand Mrs. W. OlWe ot I'lensant View. 'Mrs. Jus. Carson with her little daughter, left yesterday for x two weclni- visit in Calgary ere to _J.ber hew home in Killam. Mr. Carson leaves tori ay. Society and publicity commissioner. I'ranbrook nut only .welcomes her vet- erans but pins them inlo honorable pci- sillong in civil life. About seventy-five veterans have aVeady retm-ued to Cumbrook di.stiicl.' An evergreen wreath rcsls beside the memorial to heroes who will never re- Inrn. The chy has granted lo the Great War Ilic old ruyal ho- tel for refitting as a Veterans' Homo, and hopes lo secure artillery among The audilorium was packed Sunday night tor it rousing meeting addressed by Walter Drinnan, provincial seero- tary of the veterans of llrilisli I'olum- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Uvl'lvillf "Jlt-iltiui 702 15th St. X. -A -I fool FOR (When Itoplyfne -Mmlion Tr.r KOlI We cairjfhVvoli the lie-si. price- on a Mason it near- ly iiiivv, t'Vftr t'umu atid get tor in good sliaiu- liox 77 lliie special offer. Mason Iliscll. Ltd.. .llerafd. 1 Balmoral ]OM "hand "piano. Will WcYer" "go-can; 'pay cash for sumo. Send ;ill particu- Bond as Apply ]4th Si. S. lotl liirs to box. 7S, Herald. KOlt >jhuk- kitchen range. 'oat: Mian ofh'il1' Willer front and ri-.-i'rvoir. Apply iLorsos. C. S. Bos -177. Sl-_s-____ 'W'U Hii ones '4J1 and 1IX. 0 I-'OK lu-iiK-yiind'er mo- -fjotKTtern 1 I almost new. Cheap foi- cash. flolu lijs :ird Av'enuV. South! Art Han-ie. Commerce, Alia. SITUATIONS VACANT i SITUATIONS VACANT Mention II. i good inertia Ajppjy Motor- If" liil apply Paris iinn-i ami WANTED ADVISORY LABOR BOARD ..OTTAWA., 9._A ,abor .Jllvis. ory committee to the repatriation com- inittee has Just been appointed to aid in working om repatriation plans. Tom -Moore, president of the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress, is chair- man, and with him on the committee -.ire associated Mi-.'T. J) Vostcr, presi- dent of the Trades and Labor Coun- cil of .Montreal, and .Mr. J. ilalford. treasurer, of the Trades and .Labor Council, Hamilton. The mc.mbers of the labor advisory t-oimnittee will meet on Kriday with the director of repatriation. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA, April S.-The follmvinf casnauies were Issued today: F.'S. Oliver. Shore Acres, C. Deaths in Canada: S. E. Didsbliry. Alta. Ill- Lieut li. J. McLean, Ilcgina. W'lL V K-VlVo'om. rd'Ci'd" sffiall" salary'to scUcol.giri to care for chnd'reji" kalsomining. (let our N. Oli- vvr. ilih St. H. Phone IDyO. WANfElTTO" gomi v.-ork borsi-i. not leys than Huij Apply II. A. Klifseu, t'oaldale. Alia. for old ne'.v.-'paperp. any niunber. necessary' for Iiuiibe-ck'anlng. Apply Herald office. Ave. S. .1 lo assist in light apable Wages S30.DO per month. Xfl Apply immediately to 513 7th St. S. PI 0 WA XT E Pain ter an haWicr? Must be good paperlmnger. Apply A. Meads, CH Stb K, Phone C9H. __ ___ S A woinan ceiok oT six raen. lioiibev.ork. slate '.vases rctinircd.' Apply Nixon llros.. Coatts.. Alia. WANTKD---nookMeepor and office as- sistant ivith taiowlnlfe ot stenosra- p'ny. Apply in writing. prefer- red. .T. li. Turnty Co.. gupplius. gnd Ave. S. WANTED Ditch rider with some know- ledge of irrigation. Must fur- nisi' reference. Apply II.' J. .Miller, 171D 5th Avenue. X.. Lethbridge. A NTBi) Immedialely. phwiniiir fireman anil water man, for steam ont- fi'.: also vanUp purchase one carload of good young ewes. A. 0. Paul. S04 lith Ave. S. ________ as_c class Iraudlc International truck in Soutbernj Atberla atid spnth-i'astcru B. C. terri- tory. Halary-or commission. Applv Lctiibriilga'.SIolo'ri' Ltd. iK.iin- workj small family. 1'iij Strrsn Suinii. iui- i; WA.NTKU-Oir! for isework. Apply A. Mnlom-y. Vlujjii- ugi nci-'r." lily Coal Co.. I.ul.. I'liuni- afrer six. IC'J d re's sin aiipr Til help with alleralio'i? in claiVt- Co._ gopil teain.sler for cily work. Apply to 11. Drinknll. KU L'nd S. iuii 1 good wages to risht man. Apply It. Conylicare Hlot-k. apprt-'ulice. Apply Miss .Inhnslon. Kl. SjiltEi. M -.1; reiiair turni ture. our wiill ]ircviuils tM'perielKt! preferred. Apply llawdeli I'.i'os., inVn for milking machine, but inust be to milk by band. Apply T.sti (.'ily. or'- T K "girl" for 'genTraT'irinis? work. IliVee in taniily. no children.. Apply Mrs. Yatus HSH ir.ih Si. S. orj: WA.Vf "party 'to i operate excellent irrigated cmartor i section on shares. Apply H. W. Gard- ner. Conybcare Block.. f e.....TTi, gooil: home on farm by She month.-or if niani will furnish part of seed and feed, ivill give share of crop. H. Savage. I'nr- Springs. AHa. -Mary's School District Xo. 3721. Duties i lo rnnmicncu after Kasler holidays.! stating nualilirations and sala'rv j cxppc'.ed. .Mrs. Pearl Springer; aec.-t trtas., Jlagratlt. Alia. lQ2-fi RETURNED SOLDIERS AND i DISCHARGED MEN. j Vau'cnn do real well in the Auto I Tractor business, sellinj cars and trac- tors, operating and repairing cars and tractors. A weeks' tr.iininf at the llempbill Motor Schools will give you (he necessary experience. Office SOS 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1930 J17 13th St N. A. AND FEED TRANSFER STORftUE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No 3-mCR 2570 Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D.. Eye, Nose, Ear and Ttiroal Specialist Office: Siiiio 121-1J2 X I'.. Hums turner Slh Ave. iind i'tul Street K.. CalKji-f. I'iiiin.-s: .Offio.'. 1I2S1S; House. M-'.'iT. HAY We some excellent Siiiniilts of Upland, Oat and AF- f.ilfa Hay we can show you. Prices riglit. HARRIS KOSSITER Box 531 Phone J412 Free! ft Elliott GENERAL TINSMITHING Phone 1713 3.30 Sixth Street South LETH3RIDGE. ALTA. RQOSA TRANSFER Baggage Delivered lo and f rum all trains and. night when Res. 922'Sec.ond Avu. S. PHONE 1M9 to -assist in 'general housework; intist.bc fond it clnldren; no cooking or'n-aslitiiu. Anply iminu- to 61S Ave. S. Phone 1592. __ _ _______ _ ___ _ .Men or wonujn duco marvelous liouyebolU discovery; sells experience unneces- sary; practically hundred per cent. proflr. Send ten cents for twenty- five cent sample. Uradley Company. Bftinttord, Ontario. Ail 11 PKACB "WOHlTnf for three years. KnIC urgently nccii- ed po'chs for on tltp fas', sltnplo Auto-Knitter. Full particulars (od.-.y. He Allto-KniKer CO., Dejtt. 73 C, Collcgn.St. Toronto. _ Adr JIKTUHNBD "uTlicra; M'oinen, making a day, taking orders for authentic "Ilistdfy of World War." Canadian edition; Canadian authorship; Canadiau com- pany. tircat opportunity for agents and crow managers. No experience necessary. Outfit free, .Winston Co., Toronto. Ad T WANTED J, ---------_ An apprenllte for pressroom. Apply'HcraldjireSsroom. N ns-0. DRAY1NG Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Liiiiitet] P. Frctghl Shedi PHOWES Office- Stables.......... 1054 Phone 25. p. o. Eo'x 69. G. H. LEGLER AUCTIONEER NANTON, ALBEflTA. 320 ACRES 9 Miles North of Warner 175 SO acres ready (or seeding. Ifnrses, calilts and macliinery Trieo per rcre willi linlaucc liaff crop. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER Office 408 Fifth Street PiiMM 632 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAVINO Furniture ntmovtd Oilt .Delivered Rcjnwnjiblc Fuel Permit D.A. 1412 CANADA FOOD BOARS LICENSE NUMBER 2-013 'I'o train for Auto sind Tractor Truck Drivers, and tizrata Mechanics. Wages ?1CO per month and tin.' Writo or call, llctnphill's.Government Char- tered Motor School, I'alacc Clarasc, 308 Second Ave, S., Lclnbridgc. llriinclies at Winnipeg. Itcglna, Sas- kaloon. Kdmonlon, Vancou- rer aad rortlanif, On- Tractor Repairs specialize in gu tractor cylinders, and fiulag overaha pistons and riogg. Wo liavo In slock at present oversize for all popular makes o( gas Iraclora. Ford EnrWi ReWred NFVEN BROS. 216 lit-Ave. S.. Phone "1! .1 n mm m no DONT FDRCF.. N, THE WAR VETERAN WHtN ''OU C r. JHB TO DFTf R W. LOVE, ;