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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TfJESDAY, APnn. 23, 1918 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD TAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL HR. M, J. UlBaON-DKJNTIST UllAO' UBte of Royal Collego or Doutal Sur KPona Toronto and bolder oj: u Dom-Uiion Denial Certiilcato. Otdce. rooms BO Bryan Ulock. Phono 1071 ceagor to Drr Courtico & Gilchrist) Oraduate ot University of Mairyland. iSooiCB �!) Macdonald Block. fUaut 1166. Lethbridgt), AUa. _____ iiiis. lUAiiM~ANi} MAliliB-uknt- lBt�. Succuuflora to Drs. btewart a&d McCIuro. Hours 0 to G. Offlco: Hig-Inbotlium.Block. Phone 374. momtier of Koyal College of Sur C�oiu. (Eng.) LilcentlacQ Royal .Col-lege of PtayHlclstis (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-B. OUico C-8 Ul* inbotham Block. Phono 1616. te North Western Uontal Univer* Hf, Chicago. Of flea pbonc 785; Idooco phone 763, OfUuea; Uulofl Bank Bufldin�r.__lb8-0 MEDICAL QUN8MrTH8 it^NSMlTHB & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barr�Ja straightened, guns reatock-d, (un work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, (jrpewilters, phonographs, any light ' mnchjnery repalrod, lawn mowers sharpened. V. IS. Macdonal.l, Indian Motorcycle Agont. Phone 1032, 413 4th Ave. S. _PIANO TUNING___ STH. CKIPPS, BXPEHT TUNKB- PUyer-Plauo and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experience. Hon , ours Certllioate M.T. Aasn., London, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. I*hon� ilW 1253 oih Ave. A. South. Pr.lVATE HOSPITALS fWVATfi HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem'a Private Hoapltal and Maternity Home. 1224 7U� Avenue Bouth. Phone 745. _____ eOUCAriONAL OARBUTT BUaiTiESS COLLEGE 411 fitti At. South, LathbrldG* Cay aim venlng aohooL Shorthand, Typewnuug, Bookkeeping, and all Cooiiitcrctai Bubjecta. Office Phone 1816 Reildence Phone or Principal 1S31. White for Full Information. BUSINE.SS COLLEGE KING KDWAKD'S SCHOOL and Business Coilego for glrla, Cranbrook, B. C. Kull commerciai course, pup-ila prepared for public scliool exaiu-iuation in district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Pariaieune. Write Miss Cherriugton, Principal.__8C-26 SHOE REPAIRINO BHOfcJ uaPAUtlNU-I'Uono 1717 lor your shoe repalra. Work done aiomptly. Orders called for and de-Uvcrod. Frank Miles. 6U 4th Ave. South. WELDING C.-iY-ACKTYLKNB WliLDlN^ - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avonue and 10th Street. _vulcanising_ Vl' TO UATK TlRF.'ttiPAlUING and retreading our spocialty. Express puid one way ou out of town custom. /Prompt sorvice. Phone 7'JO. 208 13tU St. scuth. City Vulciiniz-ing Shop. U. O. Ritchio, Manager. COfrTRyrCT^ulR"and"^bu ilder frTTBHlSTOij-Contractoi- and builder. Plans ar.d specifications prepared. Good ',>'ork guaranteed. Ksti-luiiteb furuishecl free. Phone iiSt; 7th St. S., (.othbridgn, Alta. i)2--JIJ BICYCLES CD^VKLANiriVNi) INDIAN BICY-clea for sale. All makes ot bicycles repaired. A largo stock ot accessories on hand. D. K. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 4tU Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 _ UNDERTAKING_ JFTsTt^WERoLvT lkaxjing funkh-*l director and licensed einbaimer, motor or horse driven heanea. Parlors, oi>poslte Court Houae. Office pUoQv &61, residence phana 117*i. Open day and night. BacKlY ii~"Ma"cKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Bmb^lmera; office and lesidonco. Motor and horse drawn equipment. S03 3rd Ave. fi. Phone 1802. Alwaya open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE "T\AWPilODLICiS UMITED WHOLESALK HAV, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MQAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbrldga, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall ytu our Weekly Ma^ ket Card on request. ZOI^SHERLOCK BUILOINO Lethbrldga : ; : : Phone 777 W, i (.loya. Mgr., Res. Phona 36S M. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phone 1753 DECORATING JWELLINGTON BKOS.-THB DEC orotora, Paperhangers anc} Painters Knlsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Batlmatea given. The oldest eatabllsbod paintora In Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 147S; office phone ViiZ. Bberlock Uldg,. i�th bridg*. Alta. iWTlSMERY, PAINTING, UKCORAT-ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, tc. Best materials only used for M �-ork. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phoce 338. f AINTINQ AND PAPEKHANGINO - We are competent to dc all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decoratlac We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Liargest stock ot wall japer in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A.'8. Phone 720. In Lethbrldge 20 years. id. MEADS-Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. Phono 690. 611 8th Ave. S. 90-20 __WATER LOCATOR___ WaTKR ILOCXTED-1 "CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L, Davies, 1218 Bth Ave. A. south, Lothbridgo. Phono 1B47. 97-0 DOCTOll GALUKAITH !)14 Third Avouuo South Office hours.............. 1-?, p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by .�ippolntment. Telephone 125)1 J)Ua." Uii V tyBiM't, CAM l^iiJ:LLritO Y CltAUO. Office Royal IJanU lluilii-iiig. (iffico J)ours: i.;;o-:j i.'M- H.'iO p.m. Plioue r,u,'j. .S7-0 VRti. UONNOit,'MUNAL1..Y & .JAWIE-son-Offlco, 109 Shorlocic Block Telephones: Office 310; Kesldcnca 619. Olfico hours: 11 to ?- a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; T to 8 p.m. iJh7'"'FaYLO"R--Ear,' Eye, Uaao iiiid Throat; 115 Sherlocli Ultlg. Ojflce hours 10-12; 2-G; evcnfugs by appointment. Phones: Of tic*) 341; Re* ideuce 593. TlitT >71vr � TOLLEltT PH YSicrAN and Surgeon. Office Shoppard Block oppoalte Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Offlco hours: 11 to IS a.m.; 1.30 to 2.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Fhones: Office 780; Residence 420, 8th SL S., Phone 1494. DR. J. K LOVERING, Physloaia and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment, rifice and residence, 312 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-0 and 'rd Ave. . ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box BOB HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountanta, Audita, Investfaationt, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber. Mining, Manufacturing. Wholesale and Retail Accounting Room 6, Dominion Block T Not Sufficiently Ruthless Kumania to Suit Military Party in . taking 250 poinids of i-xploslvcs I ut .Mount Leinster. Thv. i aitUr.s tlioij rliicaniped witluliio IxxKy "Castle ; llorrph l!pi;toi-y ami Ite-hino house near ;sitlhli(fri!i-ii wen; raided for arms by .Sfiiii l-'oim-rn and tho preinlses ot .Mi-.sir.s. yiiaw and .Vlulllngar were broln-u Inlo nnd ammunition carried off. "Several arrest.s wci-/.- jji i.-on- iioction with an allack on police nl .Nowmarket and �licit ni rii'lr;;. �Roman Catiiolic iiislioiii; and |ir.'cs(a are pushiji^; r/.-snlmi-!;. Uicir anti-conscription i;;!nip.ii>;n. iioltorduni. A;.i-i| 23.- (.Spurial f10 tlio 'I'dronio Mail and lOni-pli-c) -It would appear thai. Seci-dtary of Stale iCnelilniann. whuHo (!ondnft of 111" peu(ti! iiegdtiatlons li-d to llio humiliation of.Russiii,, is aboiil to lull hiiuanHd lid liuK not Imiiii Huffii-ieiitly rntlilf-.sH in Roiiniania ti> plf.nso ilu.-nillltar-.- parly. All signs ))oini. to his i-f;;iKniiiion ii.aving boeii wntti.'n -i few diiys lino. Affairs have noi gone, well at Bucharest for the pan-Ceniians and Knuhlmanii consoiptently ha.s been di.=!f'overod to be suffering from ii. inwe.-ly polltieal illness wnieli, aectordhig to the iioint of view of liis opponents, is ac('om))aiiiod by "laoli of knowledge of economic conditions, half heartcd-nesB towaid tlic solution of western conditions, possession of too much optimism as to the result of negotiations and finally, personal feeling that lie is not the man to tacitle iieace negotiations in the west." BUOGEIDOESN WEREHELDOPBY ARMED IN FEINERS Toronto, April 22.-The Belfast correspondent of the Evening Telegram cables today: "Barry County Surveyor Wexford and party in a motor held up, by armed Sinn Felners at Tumbrick. I-^nnis-oourt.l!y. The driver and party were guarded in the wood till the Sinn Felners proceeded in a motor car to Geliginite stores and raided them, SAVE THE BABIES FOR SALE-(MlBcenaneous) (When Replying Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-We 'iTavVTaTery beautiful high grade piano, only slightly ujied, polished burl v/alnut case, full rich tone; price $375; terms to suit. .Alason & Uiscli Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge.__ ^ 112-1 FOR SALlS-Gerard Heintzman piano.' See E. B. Sloan, phone 458. 94-0 lyondon, April ";;.--Tln; lunlyet introduced in thi) liou.-ie ol' coninions by Andrew Bonar Lav.', chfincellor nf. the ex(.'h-Heintzman piano with mandolin attachment, in good condition. Apply 627 IGth Street Norlli, Lethbrldge. 112-6x PUlf(r'SNAP~i3irF\raTni^^ octave. One of the best known Canadian makes. First class repair. Price $255.00. Terms arranged. Address Heintzraan & Co., care Armstrong and Raworth, Lethbrldge. 107-6 FOR SALE - Best proposition in Southern Alberta, Only white restaurant and lodging house in Champion, a town of 1100 population. Three lots included across from depot. Last year ovor ?6,000 business. $1,500.00 cash, balance same as rent. Reason for selling, going on homestead. If interested, apply Box 165, Champion, Alta. 93-24 EVANGELISTS AT FERNIE A SUCCESS (Spccialrito the ller.ildJ Fernie, April 22.-The evangelical meetings being, held here by Revs. Robinson, Crafg and Nichol, assisted by Miss Niven and the ministers of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist local churches, are growing in interest and in attendance. Morning services were held in all the churches, but the evening services last night were held joiiitly in Haw thorn's Hall, which was filled to capacity. Y^esterday afternoon the tlirec Sunday schools united in a union school In the same hall and the building was crowded with tlie children and teachers from each school. Tonight there is to he an illustrated program, lantern slides being brought into play to illustrate Rev. Robinson's subject. "A Possible Child," the theme being based upon the story of the Prodigal son. SITUATIONS WANTED (When Ileplylng Mention The Heraldl WANTED-intelligent woman would li!\u woik by the day cleaning rooms or house work. Apply Box 3 Herald office. 109-6 WA.XTEn-Licensed steam engineer waiiis job, traction or stationary: 10 years' experience. Can furnish references. H. V. Cartwright, Box 1144. Red Lodge, .Mont. Ill-12 "\v7rNTEb-Girr]"srgorirg~ro~Miirine�s college, will do light house work in exchange for board and room. Write at once, J'iox B .',4. Macleod. Alberta. 3 08-fi THE AMUSEMENTS TAX ACT TO TAKE EFFECT ON, FROM AND AFTER MAY 1ST, 1918. WANTED-.Mother and sou want all suinmer'.s worl; ou farm; for bachelor or widower: both exj>erienced; son Al with horses, can handle gas tractor; will both give best satisfaction, but must have good wages. State w.iges m first letter. .'Vpply Box K Her'.ild. lOS-S POULTRY and ECGS (When Replying Mention The Horalfl) FOR SAL15-Sotting iieus. Apply Sam Helwig. 316 14th Street. 110-0 'OR. S.\LR-8 hens and one rooster. It. C. Heds, liens all laying and in good condition. Apply 720 lyth St. n. 107-6 FOR SALE-S. C. Rhode Island Red hatching eggs. $1.50 per setting ot 15. Apply 1802 6th Ave. S., or phone 368. I 107-6 FOR SALE-Eggs for hatching. Martin's Regal strain White Wyandottes, $3 per retting of 15, infertile egg^ replaced. R. Scott, 1241 Fifth Ave. S. � 107-6 TRY A HERALD WANT AD FOR SALE-Tlioroughbred Buff Orpington eggs for hatclilng from good laying strain. Price $1.50 per setting. All infertile eggs replaced. Apply 512 14th St^ S. Phone 388^ 307-0 FbR"'SALE-Pure bred"White"lVyan-dotle eggs for hatching; $2 per 15, until May lath; after that date halt price. .\11 infertile, eggs replaced free.L. O. Kane, P, O. Box 9-iL_City. FOR SALE--Egg8 for hatchingrsrc. AVhito Leghorns, exceptional laying stock, $1.50 per setting. White Plymouth Rocks, $4.00 per setting. This pen is headed by 2ud prize Cock and mated to him are second and third prize hons and 2nd prizo pullets at the Lethbrldge Show 1918. Frod Senior Box 712, Lethbrldge. 99-25 Every person attending an exliibi-tion, performance or entertainment at a place of aniuaemont to which an entrance or admission fee is charged, shall on each admission thereto pay an amusement tax at th^ following rates: (11 When the price of admission is from lUc to 20c inclusive, a tax of Ic. (21 When tlie price of admission is more than 20c and not mora than 75c. a tax of SVl-c. (3) When tlie price of admission if moi-e than 75c and not more tlian $1.00, a. tax of 5c. I4j When the price of admission ift more than $1.00 hut not more than .?2.00. a fax of lOc. (5) Wlien the price of admission is more than :f2.00, a tax of 25c. (6) A tax of'25c shall be paid by every person attending any boxing bouts or contests. (7) Wlierc admission is given by ptiHs or coniplimontary tickets a tax shall be payable at the highest rate charged for the performance to which admission Is granted, PENALTIES Every peison who, without having previously paid the tax provided by this Act, enters a place of amusement in the province for the purpose of attending an exhibitiout performance, entertainment or game shall be liable on summary conviction, to a penalty of not more than $50.00 for each offence, and in default of the payment of the fine and costs, to imprisonment for not more than six months. Every owner of a place of amusement and every employee of an owner of u place of amusement who permits or authorizes or is a party or privy to the admission of any person to a place of amusement for the purpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game therein without payment of the tax provided for by this Act, shall be liable, on summary conviction to a penalty of not less than $25.00, nor more than $200.00 for etich offence, and, in default ot-payment of the fine and costs, to imprisonment for not more than six months. K. TROWBRIDGE, Deputy Provincial Secretary. Edmonton, April 15th, 1918. Ad r AVERTED A FIRE ATFOREIST n-roi-n Our Own IS:!:!-!-*'^!!.^!^-!!!) ! Foremost. April 2(1.- What tlircnt-; ened to bo a .serioii.s onHjreiil; of I'iv'' was (luiclily checked last evening. The; fire smarted in one of tin- liver> luiriiH. i The alai-m ,-A'hs ((ilfckly .spreiid. and! many pi-ople rushed to the sci-ne,; Foi'lunately Mr. WheiUley liaiipenecr to be ne-ir the barn with a i'ull tank of; ivater wit!) an atliiclied hose, l-'.ven I with this jironnit action the sjieed nfj the fire was such that .Hci-enil siiiuiie yards of the side aiul roof of lln-barn wen: badly charred. Fnf-�well Dance ,-V f.Trewell dynce. Inrgcly a 11er.deil,' was given for Mr. and Mrs, flariier,; .Mr. Harper lios sold out liis share in tiif! butcher store to Iji:^ partner. Mr.; Campbell. Found Water -Mr. Frankish liad hnil a weii bored on hi.s place three miles south of: town. Water was found at a depth of SIO feet. Mr. Frankiah has now one; of tiie most up-to-date farm yards in ' .Mberta. Ho has got an immense house.' ham, spacious cow barn, roomy machine sheds, garage, large hog pens: and now he has got an unlimited sup-! ply of water. All his buildings havi^; concrete foundations and concrete floors. The Red Cross are getting up a chicken supper for n�'xt Tuesday,: Chickens ,and other commodities have '. been donated. Everyone otight to come ; and try to make the receipt;^ for the: Red Cross as hig a budget as jiosslble. ' What we can sacrifice is but a trifle : compared with the immortal sacrifice; being hourly made by the boys "over I there." Let us show our appreciation : of their gallant behaviour and crowd the Rod Cross suppei- room to its capacity. Weber Rod Cross branch did ."splendidly in their sale ami after realizing in all the magnificent sum of $406.00,! They worked hard and are modest about It. One can safely say of the Red Cross, that of human institutions it is one ot the most gigantic and far reaching and at the same time oiw of: the most modest. Weber Is no i�xce,p-tlon; the spirit of the .whole orKanii:u-, tion is dominant there. i Mr. H. R. Parker is in town again, Mrs. Alfred Medhurst is visiting in i Foremost. HAY SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. TO PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES, Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 BEST BUY in south .120 acres, 130 ready for crop, good building, gi-ove and well, for $26.00 per acre CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alta. REPAIR WORK ESTIMATES GIVEN Turner & Bell PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING, GAS FITTING. PHONE 598 650 SIXTH ST. S. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited ^fll^e-ii. P. n. Froloht PHONES Offic* ........... 11M Stable. .......... 1064 FARMLANDS Of the Hndion's Bay ConpsBy Md C�lgMT ad BdiSMtoa LsB't 0*. CITY AND FARM MORTQAOEB The H. Macbeth Agency DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS GIS Oth Street S. Phone 1673 COAL. CCD. EVANGELIST MEETINGS A splendid Monday night audience listened with rapt attention to Evangelist Fagan at the Christian churcli last night. The subject discussed was "The Second ("omlng of Christ.' .Mr. Fagan pointed out that every world disturbance had caused an increased interest in this subject. Ho stated that there are over 300 references in the -New Testament to the second coming. He said in part: "God fulfilled all His promises concerning the first coming of Jesus, then why should there be any doubt that he will do so concerning His second coming? "A belief in the second coming of Christ was the hope of the early churcii. The writings of tlie apostles are full of this hope. When .lesus comes it will he a personal, visible return. Every eye shall see Him.'' As to the time ot His coming, the evangelist pointed out that there had been some people foolisli enough to try to set the time. These speculations have all proved to be wrong. The .\ew Testament plainly teaches that no one knows the lime. The appeal was made lor all to be living sucli lives that no matter when He comes wo shall be ready. The subject for tonight''is "How to Become a Christian or What .Must 1 Do to be Saved." A special attraction will be a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Fagan. There v/ill also be a baptismal service at the close. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gu tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all populkr makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1782 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY ?ARTAGECO. V�n Horn B,-os. 406 5th St. 3. Phone 438 WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prictt. LETHBRIDQE HIDE. PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 388 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER * WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phones 134S and 42B Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. Boulton's Auto Livery 15c to 20c per mile. Phone 1206 OTT'S AUTO OVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phona 787 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL RUN IN PERTH Perth. Out,, April 23.-The writ for the Federal by-electioii for the county of Lanark has been issued aud nominations will take place on jNIay 2, with polling on May D. J. A. Stewart of Perth will be the Unionist candidate and have the official sanction ot the prime minister. Colonel J. M. Bakler-sson of Perth, also a Unionist states he will not attend the Unionist convention to be liold at CarIe,ton Place on May 1, and will not abide by its decision but will remain in the field. The Liberals will not put up a candidate. The hy-election was made necessary by the death of Dr. A. E, Hanna. The Presbyterian Synod of Alberta wil' meet in Grace church, Calgary on April 30th. The following is the program for the Synod: Tue;iday, 9 a.m.-Chairman, Rev. Wm. Shearer, Moderator of Synod; 9 a.m., "The Supremacy of Jesus," Rev. J. McCartney Wilson; 10 a.nl.. "The Church in Relation to Agriculture," .Mr. H. ^^^ Wood, President U. F. A.; 11 a.m., 'The Church in Relation to Trade," Mr. J. E. Brown. Tuesday, 2 p.m.-Chairman. Rev. H. J. Keith; 2 p.m., "Prayer in War Time," Rev. Arthur Barner; 3 p.m., "The Chur<'.h in Relation to the Labor Movement," Mr. J. H. Booth, Pres. Calgary Trades and Labor Council; 4 p.m., 'The Church in "Relation to Qov-ernment," Rev. Dr. Bland. Wednesday, 9 a.m.-Chairman, Dr. .1. T. Ferguson. 9 a.m., "The Gift ot the Spirit," Rev. Alex. Ester. SAVE THE BABIES Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D.. C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At*, and 2nd SL East', Calgarr-Office Phone M2843 Residence Phone M30T7 Interne and Ho.iBa Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, iall-1914. Speclallat to Calgnry School Board 274-24 Service 6-CARS--6 Reliable and efficient cars and drivers wUh a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra HoteL PHONE 387 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. S. IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldga CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY f HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUSINESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. E. Gobelle Phone 186!^ For Good Clothes Made to your own measure in Lethbrldge. See the O. K. TAILORS A FURRIERS. Satisfaction guarantee)^ Cleaning, Pressing Repairing. J. 8. CHAMBERLAIN, PHONE 733 S 817 Third Ave. S. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care ot your orders promptly and satla-factorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS SNI DO NT FDRCET THE WAR VETERAN I WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO DFIfER PlBasB-nohFy, JR. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE aEC'K^ETERANV CkUt] 0293 431286 ;