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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE two THE LETlIBniDGE DAII/* HKrtALD T1U1I\SDAY, AUGUST 8. 1018 DONT WISH FOR BUYERS-USE A HERALD "FOR SALE'^* ADV Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Sam? Day.-25c an Insertion for 25 Words or Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRI-CATION COMPANY, LTD. ERS! LOST AND FOUND GET YOrU SEED KYK-This seed ia grown by TIio Nobli? Foundation, Ltd,, and is of great valuo in preventing soil drifting. The Xobio Foundation. Ltd.. will tliemsclvcs be sowiuK u.OOO acres oC this seed. Price? can be obtained tront HARRIS & ROSSITER 112 Fifth Street south. Phone 1412. OH The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noblcford riione Letlibridgo Kural 2107. 201-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS �"�hrn Iti-plylni; Mention Ttie Her.-il.l WANTED-"We bur and sell used of-' fice furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever-all and Franks. 93-0 LOST-On I lie roaa ;o ttlirling. a Ford tire and inner lube. Will lindor idcase return to CJraluun (;,iia.i;e and nMVard will be given. lli.". -o STKAYED-To my iilac.-. Sec. 1;" H-^:'. one red ,1-yeav-old lieil'o.'. branded on left rib^. A. Vino, Lethbridge. Alta. lO;' � l.OS 1'-One bay Ir.-.LW.ii a on left front foo'. to;-.'top flipiieii. weipht ab'.uit I'iOii Ib.-i. Jiri.oo reward fi>r return to Jolm Winkler, 'I'alicr. .Alia. I;i7-i; FOl'Nl)-m;u'l-Housekeeper and several ..�..T.cral servants to work at Trail, 15. r. .\iKlress stating wages, references and full particulars, to Pox 7G ller:ild. WAX ri:U-.V glrl for general housework on farm. Good wages, Apiily .Mrs ,1. P. Tliom. CoaUlaie, Alta. Phono nso:. 200-G � ?� : � .^ > ? ? ? ? ? ? Havo beon rocolvofl tor ao following box numbers and arc waiting to bo called tor. 10, 12, 14, 15, IH, IS, 2.';, 29, �U. 48, 51, 5(5, 58, 02, 71, 72, SU, S4, SG, PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO RENT LOST-Brown Gelding. 5 years old. branded. Has one white front , foot and some white on fac. i Jl.'.OO reward for information ' Th(> lands are In the district betweoD Ttetlavr and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These lands aro to be placed on the market at a reasoa-tblo valuation. The Company Is lookinj for bona fide settlers. We would be Pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all Inquiries direct through the company's office at Medicine Hat We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRI. CATION COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Phone 2428 MEDICINE HAT. ALBERTA We have a number of good listings of improved and raw farms in a locality (near Camrose) that has never had b crop failure. Would have been good this year but for frost. Considerable will be cut for green feed. Call or write. PRIDE AND HOOPER Heisler, Alta. 1990 FOR SALE-(Agricultural) (When Replylnc Mention Tl�� Herald) FOR SALE-Registered thoroughbred Hackney driving horse, and *irst class rubber tired buggy, also harness in perfect condition. Apply Box G Herald. 201-G IF YOV WANT cattle wintered on shares, write J. A. Irvine, Barons, Alta., or J. C. Kennedy, Irma, Alta., state how many you wish to have v/intered. Hay feed and plenty of water. 201-6 HAY FOR SALE-We invito oiters for 100 tons Timothy and Bluejoliu hay, delivery to be taken in stack on our farm 3 miles north of the Experimental Farm. R. W. Gardner & Co., Box 579, phone 711, Lethbridge. 202-G HAY FOR SALE 2000 tons of prairie hay. 517.00 a ton. loaded on ears at Estuary, Sask. Wilfrid J.' Skinnai-d, Estuary. 201-6 Will trade a farm of 400 acres, improved, 3 miles from Pincher Creek for stock cattle. A. H. Lynch-Staun ton, Pincher Creek, Alta. 182-0 waxted-By gentleman, board and room will pay by week or montli. Ap-ply Box 26. Herald. 202-fl tirst A\ � A .N T E !>--G e n 11 eill a n wants class board with room and bath. Distance from centre of city no object. Address Box S. Herald, 202-;; W.-\.\TED-Summer fallowed at once, 3 miles of Wilson Siding. X. E. 'i of Sec. 29-7-19 for share in 1919 crop. Land in crop this year but dried out. Can start to plow at once. For particulars apply P. O. Box 1S9. 200-5 WADDINGTON. THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRIC!-lnB Mention Tba HeraMi iv�U|ycars old, strip on face, one white; ' foot, branded 117 on left shoulder. .-\ reward of $5 per head will be !)aid for information.leading ;o recovery. Wni F. Connor. Eagle Butte. .\lta. 159-0 LOST-Seven head of horses sout))-, i east of Taber. Four mares and tlirce geldings, five of Ihem are branded on right thigh and two on right thigh. Six horses with halters. FOR S.'\LE-Mason & Risch piano the best we make, slightly used, polished burl walnut case for $373.00. Terms to suit. Mason & Risch, Limited, Bal-nioral Block," I.ethbridge. 202-1 FOR S.\LE-Bundles of old papers, suitable for wrapping or packing purposes. Apply Herald Oihce. 202-0 FOR S.\LE-Solid fumed oak dining suite; enanltol bedroom suite; rockers, oilcloth, heater, kitchen range and other household effects, to be sold im-mediatelv, owner leaving city. Apply 1204 oth'Ave. south. 197-C FOR SALE-Household furniture, including new fumed oak dining room suite, piano, sewing machine, green velvet davenport, bed, 6-hole range, wash-boilers and other household accessories. Apply 449 19th St. north. 200-C FOR SALE-24 furnished rooms in Southard-Block, hot and cold water, steam heated, good paying concern. For quick sale as party is leaving the countrv. Apply Southard Block, 3rd Ave. 197-6 CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place tor New and Second Hand Furniture, Coal Ranges a specialty. We Buy, Sell, Exchange and Loan ?iIoriey on goods in our care. 406 5th St, S. Phone 1428, Res. TC8. 201-0 VISIT GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE -Lethbridge, Dominion Block, 6th St. S.. (next to Simpson's). We have a full line of new and secondhand furniture at reasonable prices. A tew of our special are book cases, china cabinets, desks, arm chairs, brass beds, rugs, lino, also office desks and typo-writers, cream separators, etc. Crating free. 192-0 ... ... ... ... ... ... o W.-\.XTED-Saleslady, at once. .\pply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 201-0 Apply J. D Higir.botham. 18,-0 tOljE.XT-A fiiriy''m'ociorn biingalow-. 5 rooms, bath and garage, in first class condition. Apply Box 14, Herald. 200-6 TO KK.NT-2 large furnished rooms, water, light and telephone. $4.00 per week. Apply 1272 3rrt A\c. south, or phone 1344. 201-6 DENTAL DUr.Mr,j.~TlfBS()N-- DKNTlSTlTil^^^^ uate of Royal Collegn of Dental Sur-geoiLs Toronto tind bolder of a Dominion Dental Certitlcnle. Ottlco: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. bit. L." T: ALLEN-DENTIST. (SUC- i cossor to Drs. Courtlco it Gilchrist). Graduate of University of .Maryland. Uooma S-9 Macdona^l Block. Phone 1165, LethbridBc, Alberta. DRS". .MAHRS AND .MARKS-DENT-ists. Successors to Dra. Stewart and JlcCIuro. Hours !i to 5. Office: Hi^- _^lnl)othnm Block. Phono 374. UK. T.W. FOX-DENTIST. OKADU-ate North Western Dental Unlver.4-ii.v, ('hicago. Office phone 7S5; residence phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 15S-0 MEDICAL VIAVI VIAVI A HOME REMEdS- for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on roqueflt, .Mrs. O. Thomas, 313 7th Ave. A south, i'hone 584. 113-0 ( GUNSMITHS GUNSMrrnS & locksmiths-Gun baiTolf? straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. K. Macdonuld, Indian ! Jlotoreyclc Agent. Phone 1032. 413' Ith Ave. a. PIANO TUNING '1"0 RK.XT-Three unfurnished rooms to rent, suitable for light housekeeping, gas. Apply 1252 Gth Ave. S. _____ 200-3 ^ , TO RE.\T-Furnl.shed~'7-Fooraed fully v modern house with garage on 5th Ave. A. S. Immediate possession. Apply J. Harris & Co., 5th Street S., or phone 1H2. 199.0 TO RENT-  one gelding has chain about six feet I .. long on front leg. .-Xnyone knowing ' .|, whereabouts of same please notify ' ', Sara Kuchuran, Hardieville. or Wil-' liam Laiavik. southeast of Taber, section 30, township 7. range 14. west 4th. six miles north of Skiff. Reward $3 per head. 202-12 ; : . _ ______ Beautiful furnished room 1 in fully modern and very comfortable >: > : : : : : *jhorao, with uso,ot phone and light -~-- � cooking. Apply 311 Sth Ave. A. south or phono 479. _ _ 202-() FOR SALK-^Firstcfa'ss complete sot of furniture in a four-roomed suite, party buying same has privilege of renting the above. Apply Room 37. Dominion Block. 199-G , .;. .1. .> W.-\NTED-A competent sten- ? ographer required at once. :� One without experience need : not apply. Manager Hudson's :� Bay Co. 202-0 * > > 4 FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR SALE-Cheap or will trade, one automobile trailer, complete, for camping purposes. Can bo seen by phon!ngj;44^__ FOR TRADE-4S0 acre improved farm. Stock an-d machinery included. Will take in exchange hardware stock and building store to be located in Alberta. Write for further information to P. O. Box S9G, Lethbridge. 198-6 FOR SALE OR BXCHA.N'GE-Improved fruit lands and unimproved in the Creston district, Koo.tenay Lakes, where the best fruit and tomatoes grow. Will exchange for a first-class automobile. Write R. Lamont, Creston, B. C. 19G-12 ED At Diamond Coal Mines, Diamond City, Alta., 12 miles north of Lethbridge. DaiK Train TO RE.XT-3 rooms, kitchen is furnished and fitted with gas stove. Free use watei"; light and gas, to respectable couple, no objections to small child. Apply 1254 Gth Ave. S. 202-2 TO RE.NJT-^A furnished limise7 seven rooms, fully modern, good locality, reasonable rent to good tenant without children. Apply 626 14th St. S. 202-2 GTH. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- 20 years' factory experience. Hon-Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; ours Certificalo .ALT. .\ssn., London, England. References to the leading; musicians of the city. Phono llOS 1253 6th Ave. A. South. DOCTOR GALBRAI'fit �I4 Third Avenue South Office l^ours ...............1-3 p.m, ...............7-8 p.m. Sunday hours ..............2-3 Aiid by nppolntnicnt. 'folopliono 185;!. Drts:i)3\4'ii.iEii. cXmWE"|7l, ROY ii CRAGG. Office Royal Bank Bulld^ im,-. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30 _S�10 p.m. Phone 505,__ Dfj.S. CONNOR, MoNALLY & LEECJH -Otrice, 109 Sherlock Block. Tolo phones: Office 319; Residence of Dr. Connor, 619: residence of Dr. Lpoch, 1007. Office hours: 11 to I'J _;iju,: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. D1!. 'i'XYL(Jir-EAll7 KYXC NblVE~S Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlc� hours 10-12; 2-5; evontngH by up-poiiitmcuit. Phones: office 341; ie� idence 593. DR. P. W. TULLER-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Blocli opposite Starland Theatre, rooms i to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.:;o p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m Phones: Office 780: residonco 42( Sth St. S.. Phono 1494. DR. ,1. E. LOVKRING-PHYSICIAS' Otrice and residence. 812 3rd Ave. S Hours 11-12. 1-3 and 7-9. Telcphona dav and night 1242. 29G-0 DR. R. W. LYNN-ROOM 6, REUTEIl Pii'ick, above Consumer's Ilardwnrn Office hours, 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4..'iO and 7-S p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by ap-tioJntment. Phones: Office 4.'?!); Rco-Idence 599. CHIROPRACTORS PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-.MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 74C. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyopwrltlng, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects, Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1531, Write tor Full Information. S.MltTi & H.Mltll-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you aro alck and want to regain health, take spinal adjuLitments and got well. Office in r( sidence, 903 7th Ave. S , opposite .Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1G77. WELDING _ __ OXY^ACKrYLE.N'E WELDiNf N. Kuth, corner Ist Avenue and 10th Street. 5ervice j TO RE.XT-3 furnished rooms, bright ' and clean and comfortable. Will lot Diamond train meets outgoing and : single or for light housekeeping rooms, ingoing trains in the afternoon from | in and rent very reasonable. Ap-and to Lethbridge. Change at Kipp for ply Box 42, Herald. 199-6 Diamond Citv. lS''-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WA.XTED-By widow," pi^ctical nursing or sewing by day or week. Apply Box 7, Herald. 202-1 WANTED-An wishe.s position. PROPERTY FOR SALE fTThen Heclylne Mention The iterRlfli FOR SALE-bargain. Lots 44-45, Block 126, south, will sell for $450.00. Write Rupert Hand, Brady, Montana. 196-G GREEN FEED For Sale A'nyono wishing to buy green feed or hay, or to give cattle on shares to feed, communicato at once .with J. S. MoCallum, Mundare, Alberta. 192-0 FOR SALE-A, snap for cash or will consider good farm land in Southern Alberta in payment for G4-room apartment block. Can be made to pay between $250.00 and $300.00 nor month rental. Good chance for party wishing to move to Vancouver to live and look after same, as owner must leave city soon. Address N. M., Gen. Del., Vancouver, B.C._200-6 FOR SALE-At 1210 3rd Ave. S.', "Western Treasure" range in first class condition. Linoleum, 7 yards. 6'/o yards Inlaid Linoleum. Axmlnster Rugs, 3x3 yards. Brussels Rug, 3x3 Va. Small rugs and stair carpet. Ladies' Writing Desk, oak. Oak Library Table. Oak Centre Tables. Largo Rocker. 2 small Rockers. Single Bed, springs and niattrcBs. 4 foot beds and springs. Shades and curtains. Quantity of sealers. Congoloum Rug, 3x3. Phone 1056. 199-6 TENDERS AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Tenders will be received at the of lice of S. H. Nelson, Barrister, Cards-ton, up till 12 o'clock (noon) on Monday, August 12th, for tho erection of an addltiou to the Woolford School house. Tenders must be accompanied by a certlflod chetjue for 10 per cent, of tho contract price in favor.of the Butte Lake School District and drawn on a chartered bank. Plans and specifications may be seen at the ofBoe of S, H, Nelson, Cardston, or at the residence of A. W. Pitcher, Woolford, Ad C m A HERALD INT AD FOR SALlii-Gray-Dort Automobile. Nearly new. A bargain. Apply Harrl.^ & JtOHSjtcr, 120 nth Street S. 199j^S FOR SALIC-^7 passenger Studebaker, 1917 model in good condition. Apply Graham Garage. __^__199-0 FOR SALE-7-pus3'eiiger car G-54 Hutl-aon, good rubber and good shape. Cheap for cash. Apply Palace Garage. ____________197-6 FOR S'ALli-1918 FoTd carTif^gooii condition with truck body, good tires and spare casing, tube, fools, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply Central Repair Shop, 324 11th St. S, or phone 1023. 201-6 FOR S.A.LE-Cottage lGx2G on block of six lots, located in village of Warner. Revenue producing. Would con-.sider good automobile. V/. P. Rogers. Eckv^lle, Alta.____ _ 202--t; FOtt SALE-Rooming house furniture and lease of buihling In business district. Rooms can be rented to transients. Owner leaving on account of health. Act quickly. Dowsley Land Agency. 202-0 FOR S.-\LE-5-roomed semi-modern house, storey and a half with fine cement collar. All fenced, standing on half aero of ground with stable for 15 horses, good chicken houses, etc,, water outside for horses. Cheap for cash or terms. Apply owner, 112 19th St. North. 192-0 FOR SALE-^Flve-roumed bungalow, colonial finish throughout, hardwood tloois and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 foot lot. Water and light, now hot air furnace, good chicken run, owner leaving town, now renting for $15 a month, will' sell for cash, $1150. Apply J. Korn, Room 10. Hull Block, 160-Ox all round butcher Apply Box 50 Herald. 201-3 TO RENT-6-roomed furnished cottage on 12th St. S. Fully modern, teleplione and gas. Phone 525 before 7 p.m., after that time phono 751. 197-G MR.- WA.NTED-.Married man wishes work lawn mowing and carpet beating, etc. Apply 1009 7th Ave. South, or phone 1674. 199-9 aro you satisfied with your present'living quarters? If not. go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself tho benefits and privileges .-iwaitlng you there. The rates are low. "or. 4t;i Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 547. W.A.XTliD - Tlioroughly experienced married farm band wishes position, separate housf preferred, on or after Sth. Would like to manage..........._ ....._...... ........ ______ or rent a place in the fall. *Write Box! tenants .Reasonable rent. Apply Box WANTED TO RENT '"^'hen n..ilvln(r Mcr.tton The Ilcratdi WAXTED TO RENT-By September 1st or sooner, fully modern cottage with three bedrooms. Central. Good 5. XobleCord. 200-6 ROOMS AND BOARD �\V'AN'l'lCI)-~-iioarder.s;^ strictly homemade cookiiu;, .-Vpply 1241 5th Ave. A. .'iouth. 200-6 FOR EXCHANGE (W-lH-r. I'.-i>l\ :m .Mention The Ilcrnlrt. FOR Tli.\l)i: - One Teglstovett -i'oicli-crop sliillion lor a 6 to 8 room cottage, centrally lotatnd, paying difference in cash. For iiarticulars v;rlte P. O. Box S9i;. 201-0 FOR" ];x('HAxG 1^37y.rfeFt~ot good buildinp property on Sth Street, half block from cjiline, tor a good second h.1nd automobile. Apply W, S. Cook, Palace G;n-a;;(... 202-G FOR SALE-Being obliged to relTirri to States w:lll sell my two Dodge cars cheap for cash and quick sale. One roadster,. 1916 model, and one now 1918 0-pas9*nger, only used 3 months. Both in perfect condition. Thesu aro bargains. Phono Mr. Gould, 1579. 19fl.C FOR SALE-A choice dairy, going concern, close to city, consisting of 17 cows milking, 2 heifers, 1 l)ull, 5 head of horses, milk wagon, cream separator. House, 2 barns on 4 lots, 200 acres leased for pasture. Business paid .$4,000.00 last year. For furtlier particulars. .-luo Geo. Angus, Room 10. Stafford Block. 198-6 NOTICE Painters and ilecorators are re quested to stay away from Calgary as there la a strike on. Advertisement s for men aro mL-ileadlns, for there are lota of men available to do the work in sight. 200-5 DRAYING1 or All KiiKb WesternTransferCo. Limited , *ff|ge-C. P. R, Freight thid* PHONE* Office ........... Ilfll Btable, .......... 1064 37, Herald. 199-G MONEY TO LOAN (Wlipr: I:oi)lvln!T Mfntion Thn Herald' MOXEY TO LOAN-Wo have a con-Biderahle amount to loan on laprov-ed iarm land. Interest 8 per cent. Prompt service. Apply N. B. i'ent & Co., 10 McDonald Block, Lethbridge. Albertfv, 165-0 NOTICE ___VULCANIZING UP-TO-DATE i'lRE REPAIRING A.VD retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 790. 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie. Man:ger. _ UNDERTAKING Tr S. I-'ET'l'EilLY, Ll-lADING FUNICll-/ al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearcs. Parlors opposite Court House Ofiico phono 561, residence phono U7G. Open day and night. Mir5KA\~"& M ac KA'T-^FU NERAL Directors and Practical Embalmors; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. S Phone 1802. Always open, neve.' closed. MUSIC MISS AILEEX M. JONES-Pinnofortd Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of SIus/c, London, Eng., last year wore successful Studio, 623 !)th Street South. MRS. W. H. .lOHNSON-TEACHEli of Piano, Harnmny and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black' board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 122G Sth Ave. A. South, CLEANING AND DYEING THir'VALKT - ^SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class worl< turned out. No dyeing. Immedialn attention is given to country orders 324 Gth Street South. Phono 1812. ___ DECORATING WELLI.NGTON BROS.-THE "DEC-orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomining. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge. Alberta. A. AIEADS^-PAUVTTNa'DTSCORAr ing and Paperhanging. Phone 690. 611 Sth Ave. S. 117-0 W. E.MERY'-i'AlNTING. DECORAT ing, Paporhnnglng, Kalsominlng, etc Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 93G 9th Street S. Phono 33S. PAINT1NG7 DliCORATiNCy,~"PAPEll-hargiiig anrl Kalsomiulng, etc. 11. Cunninpliam, 513 19lh Street North Phone 1223. 199-G LOO SA.M-CLEAXl.XG, PRESSING, Repairing and alterations well dono at reasonable i.rlcCh, We call for and �dellved goods. 410 Gth Streot South. Phono 534 . 2G1-3C LEE WING-THE TAILOR. CLEAN-ing, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 Seventh Street South Phono 1019.______286-24 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCIf - THIRD Floor Post Otrice Building. Phone 701. OHien hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 168-0 BICYCLES SHOE REPAIRING To Al! Whom it May Concern: Take notice that 1, tho undor.iigned Long Hai, have purchased tho restaurant at Now Dayton, owned by Go Gee, and all claims against the said Go Geo must be sent in to me on or before August 24th, 1918. (Signed) LONG IIAI. 201 SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work done nromptl^. Orders called for niul do iiverod. Frank Miles, 611 4th Ave South. *BAKERY KIRKBY <& CO.. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on liomo-mado principles. Klrkby & Co., GOG 3rd Ave. S. Phono 1G27. FURS LAND FOR SALE FOlt SAI.,E~lmi)fOV0d or unimproved I r:u-m lands where tho world's prize i oats aro grown, l^ionty of rain. Abundance of hay, $15.00 to $20.00 per acre. Loworv mi'i...^ Lloydmln-ster. Alberta. 200-24 Dr.A.T.Spankie m.d., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST OffUo rn.jins 121-122 New P. Burns .liuililing. Corner Sth Avd, and 2nd .St. liimt, Calgary. Olficc I'liono M2848 ll".U(l.,iic.e Phono M2077 Inicrm- and House Surgeon, Maiihaltun Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 19)1-1914. . . '1 � Specialist to Calgary School Board Special Prices for the Red Cross Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices paid for Metals, Riibbcr, etc. 214 Second Ave. S, Lethbridge CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Telephone 1463 WPrXllE'triiECiALiZlNG IN NA'fUlt'-al settings in Coyoto, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every sot dltfor-enl, now effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott Practical Furrier, HiBlnboth-am Block. 870 CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A largo stock of accessories on hand. I). E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Lo(d