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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APRIL 20, 1918 THE LETHBRinCE DAILY HERALrf PAGE TH PROFESSIONAL CARDS ^____ i>H; M. J. GIBSON-DHNTIST aRAI> uate o( Rojal Collego ot Dontal Sur-grons Toronto and holder ot i, Doin-inlon Dental Certiticate. Otilce: roomg S-C Bryan Block. Phone 1011 UK. U T. AU^KN-l^B3?'^^&"^.TsL^O ce880^ to Drs. Courtluo & Qllcbrlat). Oraduate ot Unlvcralty b� Maryland. RooiEB 8-9 Macdoaald llloclf, ^bout 1165, LethbrSdge, Alta. VUS. MAiatWliNh MAliRH-UiSNf-ists. Succossora to Dra. btewart and blcClute. HoufB 9 to 5. OIUco: His-inbolham Block. Phone 374. VR. Ki.. O. SiMMONUS-UKNTIST. member ot Koyal CoUego ol Sur-��ou�. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Col-Iceo oC Physiclana (London) L.D.3.. ISOO. Houra 9-12; 1-5. Oltice C-8 ill* Inbothnm Block. Phono 1G16. Dk. 'r. w. Fox-DJflN'fibT, oradu- t� North Western Dental University, Chicago. OHIce pUone 785; r��-Id^uco phono 7&2, OtUcea: Unioa BEnk BulldinB. aUN8MlTH3 GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barrels Btraightencd, guns restocked, gun work doao by a gunsmith, keys luada, locks repaired, bicycles, typewrUers, phonographs, any light Bi.'ichinery repaired, lawn mowara shaipuiiod. D. K Wacdouiili, Indian Wotorcycla Agent. i'Uono 1032, 413 4tii Ave. S. PIANO TUNINQ O. H. CKiPPS. EXPBli'i" 'iUNKli- Piayer-Piauo and Organ Repairer; SO years' factory experience. Honours CertUlcato M.T. Aasn., Londc/n. England. References to the leading muBiciana ot the cRy. fhon� i'M 1203 nin Ave. A. Soutll. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE. HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Ii824 7U� Av�nu� South. Phone 716. EUUCAriUNAL OARBUTT BU3JNESS COLLEGB 411 8th 6t. South, LnthbridC* HKf and evenlns obooL Pkorthand. Typewriting, BookUeepln*. and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 ' Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White tor KuU Informatvon. BUSjNESS COLLEGE________ KlTvTniilJuVViliJ^S SC)l6bLiiud Business ColleKO lor Kirls, Cranbrook, }3. C. Full coiumeicip.i course, pup-ilu prepared lor public school e.xani-iiialiou in dislrict. Jvlusic, Dant'iug, i^'rench taught by Parisionno. Writo aiiss Cherrington, Principal. 8U-26 SHOE REPAIRINO BllOtJ RKPAiKlNtr-Phono 1717 .lor your shoe repairs. Work done Moniptly. Orders called lor and delivered. ffranU Miles, 511 4th Ave. Boutb. WELDING . CXY-ACfcJTVI-L.Nli WKLDING - W. K. Kuth, corner Ist Avenue and 10th Street. _VULCANIZING__ up to DATETiRE repairing and retreading our specialty. Expresa paid one way on out o� town cus-lom. Prompt service. Phone 71)0, 208 13th St. aouth. City Vulcaniz-ine Shop. r. I>. Ritchie. Manuff;: r.------------- MEDICAL iJOG'Tou oXlurAitu 914 Third Aveituc South Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-S p.m. .Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 12.");) CUA(JG. Otrice Koyal Hank liuild-itig. Offfco hours: l.;�J-;i p.m.; T.oO-ii.30 p.m. Phone 505. S7-0 URH. CONNOR, McNALL,y & JAUIB-Bon~Onico, 109 Sherlock Block Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Offlca hours: 11 to i2 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOU--Kar, Bye, Noao and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Oi'fico hours 10-12; 2-5; eventngs by n^ pointmenL Phones: Office 341; Re� Idence 59-3. wir~p7~w: fFLXiit7~PHYSiciAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatr*. rooms 6 to 4. Office boui-s: 11 to IS a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Kesidence 420, Stb SL S., Phone 1494. DR. J. 13. LdVliRlNG.'PhyBicain and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment CJfice and roBjdence, 812 Srd Ave. south. Hours 11-lz, l-o and V-9. Telephone day and night IZiZ. 298-0 Ult. G. VV. LEKCH, CM., Physi- cian and Surgeon. Otticc, Shoilock Block, Lethbridgo. I'hone 389. Jteai-deiice C30 11th St. S. Phono 1007. Offlco hour?: 11 to 1M&; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DR. R. W LYNN,"Tll30'Ari;7Ttl!lUTER Block, hhove Consumer's Hardware. Otilce houra 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.50 and by ap-pointmenL Phone: OlUce 459, Res. 699. CHIROPKACTOKS bMlTH & BMl'i'il-HiCRUM tJMlTH and .Tune B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, taks spinal adjustments and get well Office in residence. 903 7th Ava. 8., opposite Model Bakery, houra 8,39 to S, y to 9. Phono 1677. MUSIC Mias AJL13KN M. JONKS-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; .supervision ol H. 0. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered Tor the ex-aminationa of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, Lon don, Ka., last year were suocessful Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. U. JOHNSON-T13ACHBK Of Plana, Harmony and Theory Over ten years' teacblu? experience. Btudlo fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod ulaUng board. et& Studio 1226 Stb Ave. A. South. EYES TESTED J.M. HEKDERSON - SIGHTSPECIAU5T Difficult Case*! a Specialty Office at Wright's Jewellery Store Hours to to IZ fl.m. - Z.toS.p.rn. BAKERY Kllii 87-0 DANCING LESSONS Miss GLADS,ATTREE-Classes snd private lessons for adults and children .at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridgo. every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. CLEANING AND OYEINO THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of l&Jury to gar ments. Only the highest class ivork turned out No dyeing. Immediate etentlon Is given to country orders. S24 6th Btreet South. Phone 1813. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS IJMITEO wholesale hay, POTATOES AND ALFALFA M^^iAU Inspectors at Coaldale,, Letbbrldce, Raymond and Msgratb. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Mar ket Card oa requeaL 201 SHERLOCK BUILDiNQ Lethbrldg* : : : : Phone 777 W, i cloyd, Mgr., Res. Phone �6S M. R. Hazell, Acct.. Res. Phone 1753 DECORATINQ WELLINGTON BROS.-thb DHSO eratora, Paperbangers and Painters Kalsomlning, General Decoratint and SlKD Writing. Estimates glren. Tbe oldest cstabllsbed painters Id Letbbridge. R�a. Pbone 1472; otttce pbone 1*^32. Sherlock hlie^ Letb-brldge. Alta. %\ EMERY, PAINTING, OECORAT-Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomlning, etc. Best materials only used for nil V'ork. Estimates willingly given. 986 9th Street 8. Phone 338. Fainting and papekhanging - We are competent to do all kinds ot painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall baper In city. Watch for yellow au-, tomobile. W. R. Brown. 313 (ith Ave, A. S. Phone 720. In Lethbridgo 2U years. A. MEADS-Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanginff. Phono fi90. Oil 8th Ave,______!!!!zi-i LOO SAM-Cleaning. Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6tb Street South Phone 634. 261-30 VBK WING, tb*^ Tailor. Cloantcg. presslns and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery tree 113 7th SL 8. Phone 1019. 286-24 SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE ALL LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE and vicinity call upon me to be measured for a Spirella corset, briisslerres, blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Corsets from $3.50 up. Mrs. F.A. Parker, 1816 7th Ave. N. Phone ISSfi. 100-0 ' WICAL SHOCK" NOW IREAIED SUCCESSFULLY I'hiladelphin, . April 20.--Dr. Wm. T. Porter of Harvard University told the members of Lliu American Pliilo-sophlcal Society that, pliysicians of tlie alllc:-; have made hucIi ill treatintr ".Miirgicai Klioek" D. D. D. For Skin Disease D.D.D,, tile li(|uid %vnHh, has become ii household word. It hai^ provfid itself a romarkable remedy. If you are a sufferer from skin disi'aseK including ulcers, pimples, scales, crust or Eczema in any form, this remedy will not disappoint you. It has stood the test and today Is the master prepar.a-tion for all skin diseasT. Try D.D.D, We guarantee it.-J, D, Higinhotham & Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement SITUATIONS WANTED (Wlien Replying Metitlon Tlio Herald) waxteu--Two'lJr^liioi'e^chlh^^^^^ care for, lixcellent references, .-Vjjply llox S, Herald,^ lOti-tJ '�\VA.VFed-1 ni'elligenl "woman would like work by the day cleaning rooms or house work, .\pply Uo.v 3 Herald office, 109-C WANTED - Experienced farmer want.s position this spring, harrowing, stubble plowinjg and seeding. Apply A. U. Scovil, Raymond. Pliouo �4, ___________lOG-6 \s'AN'fEl>-^Will erect city "or farni buildings at moderate prices, by mechanic of wide experience; satisfaction guaranteed. Call or write Room 21. Y. M. C, A,, Lethbridgo, 110-1 WANTED-Girl 18, going to business college, will do light house work in exchange for board and room. Write at once, Box B 34, Macleod, Alberta. 10S-G WA.NTKD--Mother and son want all summer's work on farm; for bachelor or widower; both experienced; son Al with horses, can handle gas tractor; will both give best sati.sfaction, but must have good wages. State wages in first letter. Apply Box K Herald,_______ 108-8 POULTRY and EC3S (When Replying Mention The Herald) Foil sXLE-^Settlu"g hens~Apiily Sam Helwig, Slfi 14th Street. 11^-6 FOR SALE-8 hens and one rooster, R. C. Reds, hens all laying and in good condition. Apply 720 Pith St. n. 107-6 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Shoes are too expensive these days to be bought if not necessary. Our repairing often saves the price ot new ones. Call and deliver. Phone 733. O. K. Shoo Co., 817 Srd Ave. 98-0 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 809 HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufactitrlng, Wholesale and Retail Acccunting Room 6, Dominion Block FOR SALE-S. C. Rhode Island Red hatching eggs. |1,50 per setting of 15. Apply 1802 Cth Ave. S., or phone 368. lOT-G FOR SALE-Eggs tor hatching. Martin's Regal strain White Wyandottes, ?3 per ; otting of 15, infertile egg- replaced. R. Scott, 1241 Fifth Ave. S. 107-6 FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Orpington eggs for hatching from good laying strain. Price $1.50 per setting. All infertile eggs replaced. Apply 512 14th St. S. Phone 388. 107-6 RASH'S S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS EGGS from my best show birds, $3.00 per 15. Prom 200 egg type hens, selected for winter laying (Hoagan system) $2.00 per 15, $5.00 per 45. R. L, Rash, Purple Springs. 97-0 for SAUC-Pure bred White Wyandotte eggs for hatching; $2 per 15, until May 15th; after that date half price. All infertile eggs replaced free. L. o, Kane, P, o. Box 9il, Citv, WANTED-Call boy; ?35 per month. Apply Locomotive Foreman, C. P. r. shops. 110-^1 for" SAL&^^^^^EgiTToThatchinl^ White Leghorns, exceptional laying stock, $1.50 per setting. White Plymouth Rockfe, $4.00 per setting. This pen is headed by 2nd prize Cock and mated to him are second and third prize hens and 2nd prize pullets at the Lethbridge Show 1918. Fred Senior Box 712, Lethbridge. 99-25 that three-fourths (jf the soldier i)a-tients now recovm-. Dr. iJorter recently returned from a prolunged visit to France. When hr; arrived in PYance he was told by snrgeoDs in the military liosi)li.als tlial "pract!.-cally all the shock cases were dying," Now, ho said, lhr(.m;-rourtlis recover. He spoke particularly of surgical shock as diHlitict from shell shock. : > '- : '> : : : �: > > > ! ^ Owners of steam Ijoilevs in the province should m.'ike ihfimselveR familiar with the new iirovisions of the Act Respecting Sn-aii; Boilers passed at the last session of llie Provincial legislature. The provisions .of the act affect all owners of portable and soml-portable boilers. All such steam boilers must be registered with tiie Department of Public Works in order tliat a license may be secured to operate them. A numbered license plate is issued wliich must be fixed on the boiler. The cost of the license is ,?7,50. It runs for the balance of the year. A penalty in the form of a fine ui) to $r,0,00 is Imposed for the op(.^rating of boilers for which licenses huvc^ no!, been secured. Provision is made for the regular annual inspection of boilers as well as for special inspection when necessary and for the issue of inspection certificates. Boilers may not be operated until they have been inspected. There is no charge for the inspection of registered boilers. > ? ? . EDUCATION AND THE ? ? NEWER IMPENDING ? DEMOCRACY ? STOCKS STRENGTHEN The Importance of Vocational Training to the Labor Problem Series No. 10 TENDERS I am prepared to receive tenders for the purchase of the lumber yard and premises of the Farmers Lumber Company, Ltd., located at the corner of Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street, City ot Lethbridge, Alberta. The property consists of eleven lots, large and commodious office, with large double vault, also two large warehouses, three lumber sheds 90x40 each, comfortable stables; premises enclosed by 7'ft, board fence, water and electric light connections, WM, GRAHAM, Director, Farmers Lumber Company Ltd. P. O. Box 189, Lethbridgo. Ad Q THE AMUSEMENTS TAX ACT TO TAKE EFFfeCT ON, FROM AND AFTER MAY 18T, 1918. NOTICE In the Matter of the Enforcement ot "The Motor Vehicle Act" NOTICE is hereby given that the provisio--'! of The Motor Vehicle Act are to be rigidly enforced, Tliere is no defence fof a person operating an unlicensed motor vehicle at this date, as immediate delivery ot Automobile Number Plates may be obtained not only at the Departmental Offices at Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge, I but also from the Clerks of the Court at Peace River, Wetiisklwln, Cam-ose, Stettler, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Bassano, Macleod and Taber,and from the Process Issuers at Fort Saskatchewan. VegrevlUe, Lloydrainstor, Sedgcwick* Hardlsty, Coronation, Vermilion, Wainwright, Oyen and Youngs-town, The Motor Vehicle Inspectors of the Department h.'ive instructions to see that the Act is strictly enforced in its entirety. Dated at Edmonton this 11th day of April, A. D. 1918.' E. TROWBRIDGE. Deputy Provincial Secretary. Ad f WATER LOCATOR WaTRU LtJtUTED^CAN l^tJCATK water for you. Charges $20,00, T, L, navies-. 12IK 5tli Ave, A. south, fcethbrldso. I'hoiie 3047. 117-0 HY A iil 0 IT WILL BRINC AO A\ELEGTRlCAt (JDSUPPLIES AND ALL> KINDS OF TRICAL WORK. �LCfr Every person attending an exhibition, performance or entertainment at a place of amusement to which an entrance or admission fee is charged, shall on each admission thereto pay an amusement tax at the following rates: (1) When the price of admission is from 10c to 20c inclusive, a tax of le. (2) When the price of admission is more than 20c and not more than 75c, a tax of (3) When the price of admission if more than 75c and not more than $1.00, a tax of 5c. (4) When the price of admission is more than $1.00 but not more than $2.00, a ta.v of lOe. (B) When the price of admission is more than $2,00 a tax of 25c. (6) A tax of 25c shall be paid by every person attending any boxing bouts or contests. (7) Whore admission is given by pass or complimentary tickets a tax shall be payable at the highest rate charged for the performance to which admission is granted. PENALTIES Every person who, without having previously paid the tax provided by this Act, enters a place^|^amusement in the province for the 7*^rpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game shall be liable on summary con-^tion, to a penalty of not more ihair 550.00 for each offence, and in default of the payment of the tine and costs, to imprisonmeriji' for not more than six months. �' Every owner ot a place of amusement and every emjiloyee of an owner of a place of amusement who permits or authorizes or is a party or privy to the admission of any person to a filace of amusement for the purpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game therein without payment of the tax provided for by tills Act, shall be liable, on summary conviction to a penalty of not less than $25.00, nor more than $200.00 for each offence, and, in default of payment of the fine and costs, to imprisonment for not more tlian six months. E. TROWBRIDGE, Deputy Provincial Secretarv. Edmonton, April 15th, 191S. Ad R ? ** > c :? ? : � * : > >> > � 1 shall mention but our pliase of tliLs question which may ix^ allowed to stand for otliers. We are (o assist in enacting minimum wago laws. This is at once economically wrong and morally riglit; a pnrodox fraught with too grave danger to in.surii ;i peai-eful polity. However, while we ::ihali Krant that in the meantime such law is right and surely inevitable, yet this will Intensify the problem rather than solve It; indeed it will create new ones of equally grave importance all of which have considerable relationship to the educational program of the future. The first effect of such enactment would naturally react upon the employers ot labor. The retention in service of only those which could render at least a service approximat-'ing the wage prescribed by law would bo their first and natural concern, A cut and fit mechanic -would be crowded out. He must of necessity be scientific and practical in a fashion corresponding to the law. One man is not worth as much as another of neces.slty. Only on the ground of utility can this be legitimately claimed. But, these less efficient are men, members of society, citizens of a country and rearing citizens for a future day and they must be so environed as to make these future men and women such as the future will need, to say nothing of their own personal worth and safety. Therefore a government that can be induced to enact minimum wage laws and not to do-even to the uttermost-for the equipping of the individual in correspondence to such law, is both a contradiction and shortsighted, and Is al best but putting off the evil day. Such preparation is necessary on the ground of economic righteousness and for the removal ot every vestige ot Imposition and pauperism. There will he ample room for charily when justice has done justly. The relation of all this lies in the fact that the old apprentice system is past and nothing of a substitute has been offered. Under minimum wage laws-and their like we must establish its equivalent, namely, vocational instruction making for manual intelligence and Industrial skill. Without such instruction these laws would eventually become an imposition and in the meantime work hardship upon the vast army ot Incompetents, who must live and have even more than a living wage. Hence this problem is not labor's problem, but society's problem. It ought to be the very religion ot society to see that the workman Is as nearly competent as possible not only to earn the wage he would receive but to save him from charity and pauperism. It ought to be considered the corresponding sin ot society to sit idly by until a large part of whom is called upon to suffer through strikes, lockouts and | like evils. Democracy will demand that our schools teach more and more practical and utlUzable knowledge, and not leave the individual to glean casually outside what he needs to know when brought face to face with the practical problems of the day. In so far au the surgeon is proficient, It Is true not because he has simply read-and memorized the miraculous feats of others, but because he actually has practised, and oft, . first on dead bodies, then upon the living under the careful direction ot a skilled surgeon until proficiency is obtained, which 1 suppose Is carrying out the suggestion of Comenius who said "We must learn to do by doing." Educational systems are bound to condemn themselves at last if instead ot inspiring initiative and original thought they have only succeeded in teaching the thoughts and theories of otliers. London. A))ril l:),-Today's war news dlatliiclly strcngthonod con'tj-(lence lui the slock exchange and investment Issues wef(; most pxtensive and moved upward, though general business i.s i-ds trie-tod pending the budget, Spanish 4's were in renewed demand for remlttancf^ purjioses and mining and oils improved bul Argentine Hails were dull on a rc-vlval of labor troubles. ffi HAY SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South .Telephone 732 Two children, Gladys and Herbert BUicoek, aged three and four years, were burned to death in the cellar of their home, and seven firemen were injured in attempting to effect rescues from the burning building in Toronto. WX. McKenzfe & Co. PHON2 �S7 71)} 3id Ave. 3. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can fake caro of your orders promptly and satis tactorily. J. HARRIS ' EMPLOYMENT AGENTS WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORT-MENT OF JACKSON'S HAT DYES TO CLEAR 25c per bottle WITH BRUSH OLD HATS MADE NEW FOR 25c Wellington Bros THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDING Ancient Order of Foresters .... WILL HOLD A in ;lie K. oi P. HaU On ion. Next APRIL 22 MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Phone lor Invitations 1792 REPAIR WORK . ESTIMATES GIVEN Turner & Bell PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING, GAS FITTING. I PHONE 598 �50 SIXTH ST. 8. 106-12 BEST BUY IN SOUTH 320 acres, 120 ready for crop, good buildine, grove and .welL for $26.00 per acre CHAS. T. COUSIN.'J Raymond, Aka. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited *ffl- C, p. R. Frelalit >!� PHONE* Ofrie*........... 11H SUblsa .......... 10M DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6iJi Street S. Pbone 167J COAL, C.O.D. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATINQ CO. Phofie 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 9. FARM LANDS f tha RtadsoB'a Bar Oamfav aai Calgait MA 1 eiTV AND FARM MORTOAaM The H. Macbeth Agency Tractor Repairs We �peelaUra In raborinK gaa tractor cylinders, and tlttlag oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at inresettt oversize pistons (or all popular makes ot gaa tractora. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 2ie 1st Ave. 8. Phona 17tt WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy pricak LETHBRIOQE HIDE. PELT, A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph OfHeaa Referencea: Standard Bank Office Phono 799 Residence Phone 826 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. DrinkaD & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trim> med Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C. M. EYE, EAR, N08E AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, UM2a New P. Barns Buildlns. Comer 8tb Ave and 2nd SL East, Calgary. Office Phona M2848 Residence Phone M3071 Interne and Surcaoa, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 191M914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-84 IF YOU NEED HAY GALLON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge IRY A HERALD WANT AD LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINO j^iJ COAL. C. O. O. " OTY CARTAGE CO, Van Horn Bros. 406 6th 8L 8. Phone 4IS MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCHELt4 The Same Good Servlea Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. Boulton's Auto Livery ISc to 20c per nule. Phone 1206 OTT'S AUTO LrVERT Day Phdna 144a Night PhoM 717 SPENCE'S AUTOUVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL' United Taxi Service 6-CARS-6 Reliable and efficient and drivers with a tboroogh knowledge of tbe district Open day and night Qtlica aait At exandra HoteL PHONE -387 DELIVERY IS HERE I HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUSINESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. LET ME TALK IT OVER WITH YOU. Our Stores Delivery SgL J. L Gobelle Phone T85C DDNT i FORCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i : JOB TO OFFER ' Please nohfy. J. R. OUVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. T. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLUB' KAlfilHIIMNI 6260 51 ;