Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
4] PAGE TWO rtrZ LETHBRIDGE nAlL\ HERALD MONDAY. AUGUST 12, 1918 aONT WISH FOR BUYERS-USE A HERALD "FOR SALE" ADV. Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.in., to Appear Same Day.-25c an Insertion for 25 Words or Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND &IRR1. GATION COMPANY, LTD. DRY and The lands nro In the district befwoGD Retlaw and Medicfns Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These Innda are to be plac- ^ cd on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Conip.iny is lookinj for bona fide settlors. Wo wonld ba pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all Inquiries direc: through the coapaay's office at Medicine Hat Wo have no outside agencies nd pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Pliono 2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA FOR SALEr-(Agricultural) neplylnc Mention Tho Horalfll LOST-On the road to Btirliug, a Ford tire and Inner tube. Will Under please rotuvu to Graham Oarage "nd reward will bo given. 395-0 iSTKAYED-Tolny'liTace,~Seo. 15-3-22; one rod ?-year-oW heifer, branded on loft ribs. A. J. \'ino. Lethbridge. Alta. Iflft-d' LOST-A goidbaugle. Saturday uu.iit between 9th St. and the city or on white lino car. Finder please return to 911 ^tJi St. S. _ _ 20.".-1 LOST-A cameo bruoch. stM in a wreath of pearls, between Oddfellows' hall and 10th St. S. Finder please return to 622 10th St. S., and rocoive reward. i;i'>;'-ii SITUATIONS VACANT (When T!er>lyl"B Mention Th� HernliT) \VANTKD-Boy wnntcdT Apply Houd-ersou Garage, 199-0 \VAN'TIOD-SlilnFler"~to"^itlngle barn in country. Apply Irving, phone 504. 205-1 \VANTI':i)-Good barbers at once. .\pply Lender Barber Shop, Lath-l.ridKo. 205-fi FOR SALF:-Bundles of old papers, suitable for wrapping or packing purposes. Apply Herald Othce. 202-0 FOR^SALK-Gcnuine'high class railroad watch, keeps perfect time, owner enlisted. Apply Bos 23 Herald 204-G FOR S.\LK-^Fumed oak dining room suite, i!-hole coal range, kitchen cabinet and rug. Apply lOlS lit Ave. or Phone 59,1. 203-0 FOR S.A.Ll'^-Thoroughbred bull terrier bitch. Pure white, five months old, good watch dog. 55.00. M. Bruce, Cowley. Alberta. 205-1 FOlt SALE-Complete set of books! for a nine months' course at Garbutt Business College, also a new Underwood typewriter. Write Mrs. J. C. Christensen, Maybutt. Alta. 204-6 FOR SALE-Household furniture, including new fumed o.ik dining room suite, piano, sewing machine, green I velvet davenport, bed. 6-hole range, wash-boilers and other household accessories. Apply 449 19th St. north. 200-6 .-"OR SALE OR RENT-N'ews stand and shoe shine parlor, also Ford car in good condition, just overhauled. Selling at once to leave town. A big bargain. Call or write for information at the City N'ews Stand and Shining Parlor. 309 5th St.. City._203-fl CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place for New and Second Hand Furniture, CoaV Ranges a specialty. We Buy, Sell, Exchange and Loan Money on goods In our care. 406 5th St. S. Phone 1428. Res. 768. 201-0 VISIT GREENFIELDS 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 few of our special are book cases, china cabinets, desks, arm chairs, brass beds, rugs, lino, also office desks and typewriters, cream separators, etc. Crating free. 192-0 FOR SALE-A snap for cash or will consider good farm land in Southern Alberta in pa>-ment for 64-room apartment block. Can be made to pay between ?250.00 and $300.00 per 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 PROPERTY FOR SALE (VTien nt.-\1ylnr Mention The Hcra'.di FOR SALE-Fully modern five-roomed bungalow In first class condition. Apply Box 37, Herald. 205-6 FOR SALE-7-roomed fully modern house In first-class condition, good garage. Sacrifice price. Must be sold. Apply 1222 3rd Ave. S. 204-1 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE '(When Roolylne Mention The ^teraldl FOR SALE-19r6~Studebaker Road-ster. 6-cylinder engine, Graham Motor Co. ___________3^^-^ fob SaLE}-7-pa"8senger Studebaker", 1�17 model In good condition. Apply Oraham Garage. 199-0 FOR SALE-1918 Ford car in perfect running order lor cash, cheap. Apply Box 25, Horn d. 205-1 FOR SALE)-My 1916 Dodge Roadster: recently rebuilt from wheels up. Cheap for quick cash sale. Inquire Gould, phone 1579, city. 205-6 FOR SALE-1918 Ford car in good condition with truck body, good tires and spare casing, tube, tools, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply Central Repair Shop. 324 11th St. s. or phono 1023. 201-6 WANTED-A second hand Ford, for a knockabout car. I have a brand new Briscoe, 4-32, run one thousand miles. Anyone needing a pleasure car can get a bargain. Apply Box 19, Herald. 203-0 FOR SALE-Cottage 16x26 on block of sis lots, located in village of Warner. Revenue producing. Would consider good automobile. W. P. Rogers, Eckville, Alta. 202-6 LOST - .VatuializatTon papers' of Michael Vymimskl, between No. ii Coal -Mine and Coaldalo. $5.00 reward for return to -Mr. Johnson, of the Am-oric.in Consul. 205 6 F01TNI>^A bay'^'geUling," no""brand, weight about 1,400 lbs., has white stripe on face and Ihreo white foot, has shoe on left hind foot'. Write Box 450. Hardieville, Alta. 204--6 LOS'T-From Taylor ^farm, brown 3 year old gelding, branded on left thigh. ' Reward for information leading to recovery. The Taylor Milling Co., Lethbn.,... ___ _ _ 174-0 LOST-Brown Gcidiusr 5' 'years old, branded. Has one white front foot and some white on face. ?15.00 reward for information lending to recovery. Notitv C. Shriven, 1106 13th Street North. _ 199-6 STRAYED-Froni Barons, about seven Hoeks ago, ii black horse with white strip on face, about 1400 lbs., branded on right hip. $10.00 reward. HUal Popham & May. Barons. Alta. SJBi 200-1'. L0ST7~ ST HAY iin "OR ~ StO L E N-1 grey mare, weight about 900 lbs., branded bar 2 on left side and R.K. cn right hip. A reward of $5.00 will be paid for information leading to recovery or return to E. H. Dawson. 1245 5th AA-e. S.. City.____ 204-1 LOST-A Black mare, 2 years" old. Jlarked No. 11 on left shoulder blade. Small white spot on forehead. Weight about 900 ibs. Thoroughly broken. Anyone knowing whereabouts of this mare notify W. H. Hulit, camped on outside, southeast corner of Fair Grounds. 20o-n WAN Fed-A girl tor housework, o.x-porlonoo not necessary Apply Mrs. .V. n. IVat, 527 14th St. S. 199-0 \V.\.\Ti;n-Hoiisekoopor and sovern! i;c;jor;i' servants to work at Trail. B. ;". Adilrc.'s.'! ntntlng wiigc.-?, references and till', partlctilars. to Box 76 Herald. WANTK!)-.V girl for general house-worli on farm. Good wages. Apply ,Mi s. J P. Thorn, Coaldale, Alta. Phono ivSO;, 200-6 !"Klv--.r"co'nipBteiiT st'onograph' or f.>r touitH'vary work. Apply sales ni;>ii;ii:or Western Canada H.irdware Co, Ltd. 203-0 MINERS WANTED .\pplv Federal Coals Limited. Hill lUock. _____ 203-6 WANTED-PaintcrBr"Two first class men. Apply Joseph Davidson, decorator. t>65 lllh St. S.. phone 1104, or at Court House. 205-6 W.VNTED-A't once, two^'dlniirg room maids, good pay, room and board. Apply C. II. Kerr, Hospital Commandant, ["niiik Sanitarium, Frank, Alta. 201-0 W.\ XTE D^WomaiTfor goiieraf liousc-uork. experioaced preferred. Apply with refereiiccs, stating wages wanted, to Joseph G. Paiker, Xobleford. Phone R207. 204-6 W.-V.VTEi:)-~A~^la"dy "clorlf, with knowledge of bookkeeping and stenography. Steady position to right party. Givo retcrenees and full particulars to Box 51. Herald^_ , 205^6 "f.-\ K.M L.-\.BOR^Wo can~7uppTy' f iirm-crs v.-ith experienced help. A number of men are now on the grmmd waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th St. S., Lethbridge, phono i;45. 95-0 W.\ NTEl>^teacher ' w 11h 1 sflTF2nd grade certificate for New Dayton Consolidated School No. 5. Duties to commence Sept. 3. Salary $S00 per year. Apply K. H. Wood, Sec-Treas., New Dayton, Alta. 203-S \VA.NTlilJ-.MairfoFcomhtned position of night constable and fire auto-truck ---..^r^.r^.-. (driver, for the town of Tabor. Sleep-IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE li"S accommodations on premises. _ j Salary $100 per month. Apply by Saturday, August ITth, to S. Sanderson. Sec-Treas., Tabor, Alta. 203-6 TO RENT TO RENT-Furnished bed room. Ap-P'y 634 6th Street South. 205-6 TO RENT-Furnished bedroom close to car line. Apply 013 15th St, 8. __________________ 202-6 to RBN'f-Two rootns in ftflly niotl-orii house, suitable for light houso-koeplng, fitted with gas stove. Applv 6JR 11th Street south. 201-6 TO RENT-Storngo space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co:, 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone 732. _ _ to iriiNT-7~eTiTto'ci:""cfflco8. Weil lighted and .'loatod, facini LotUuridge hotel. .Modorato rental. Apply J. D lIiglnbotham._____;___' IS.-O TO RENT-A fiiTly modern bungarow; 5 rooms, bath and garage, In llrst class condition. Apply Box 14, Herald. 200-G TO RBNT-By September Ist or sooner, 6-roomed fully modern furnished house. Apply forenoons to 20S 5th Ave. South. 205-0 TO RENT-2 large furnished rooms, wator, light and telephone. $4.00 per weok. Apply 1272 3rd Ave. south, or phone 1344. 201-0 TO RENT-Rooms in private homo tor Chautauqua visitors, by the dt\y or weok, at reasonnblo prices. Apply 1509 &th Ave. S. or phone 1626. 203-6 to BENT-Beautiful furnishotl room in fully modern and very comfortable homo, witli use of phono and light cooking. Apply 311 Sth Ave. A. south or phone 479. ___ 202-0 to RENT~3~TinfurnisheilToofoB, suit-able for light liousokeoping, gas stove in kitchen, electric light and wator, on car lino. Apply after 6 p.m. at 12.52 GtU Ave. S. ' 204-6 Since August Sth: 2 black. 2 grey and 2 bay horses in thi- Bast Pound. Branded........ on right thigh. WM. HARDY. 205-3 Poundkeeper. LOST-team of bay geldings, fore-tops clipped, collar marks, largest one has strip of white on face, the other having star on forehead and white iiind feet, no brands, weight about I 1400 lbs., considerable hair on their legs. $25.00 reward for information or return to Mr. Bonnell at Bonnell's Livery Barn. 202-6 STRAY ED-One dark grey Forio, branded 2 on left hip; one white grey mare, branded H over (1) on left shoulder. 1 bay mare branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse, 4^ years old, strip on face, one whits i foot, branded H7 on left shQuldar. A reward of $5 per head will be paid for information leading to recovery. Wm. P. Connor. Eagle Butte, Alta. 159-0 StRTYEDnD'R~StbLBN-^dne^ light bay gelding branded E O on left hip, white strip on forehead, when last seen had loose hobble on front foot, .ilso one dark bay gelding, branded given for Information or about 1,400 Ibs. Reward _ on left hip, both weigh return to T. R. Craven/ Coaldale, Alta. 204-6 '� > ? ; ; : ; ? ;� : WANTED-Saleslady, at once. ; : Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 201-0 : ? � o : ? : : : o ? o �> : : � : � WANTED-Gill, hy couple on farm. Have two small children. Everything convenient, power washer, etc. Girl must be kind to children and all round help on a farm home. Good wages and steady position for right girl. Write Box S9, Stavcly, Alta.. also give references if possible. 205-6 MR.- are you .satisfied wlth'yoiir present living quarters? It not. go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. "or. 4th Ave, and 10th St., S. Phona 547. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL DR. M. J, GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD-uato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of n Dominion Dental Cortlflcato. Offlco: rooms 5^ Brynn_BIock. PhoiioJ.071, Dil, L,,"t. A"LLEN-~DBNtiST, (Successor to Drs. Courtlce & Gllchrlat). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Mucdonnld Block. Phono 1165, Lethbridge, Alberta. DRS. MARHS' AND MARRS-DBNT^ Ists. Successors to Dra. Stewart and McCluro. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hig-Inbotham Block. Phono 374. DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST. ORADU-ate North Western Dental University, Chici;go. Office phone 785; res-idenoo phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 158-0 VIAVI VIAVI A HOiMB REMEDY for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on roqueat, Mrs. O. Thomas, 313 7th Ave. A south. Phone 684: 119-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work dono by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any llglit machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Iilotorcyclo Agent. Phone 1032. 413 4tli Ave. S. PIANO TUNING V/ANTED TO RENT WANTED-A five or six room cottage, modern, close in, before Sept. 1. Phono 44S. 20.1-3 WANTED TO RBNT-Or may buy in Foremost district, quarter or half soc-tlon unimproved land. Box 110 Bar-ons. Altn. 203-0 WANTED fO~RENT-By Sbptembor 1st or sooner, fully modern cottage with three bedrooms. Central. Good tenants .Reasonable rent. Apply Bo\ 37, Herald. 199-6 ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED-Boarders, strictly homemade cooking. Apply 1241 Sth Ave. A. south. 200-6 LAND FOR SALE TEACHER VVANTED-For vlfliiS school. Heavy school of six grades. Salary $900 per annum. Will grant increase if successful teacher. Janitor work open and may be had if wanted. Board and room two blocks from school. Give references. Address N. T. Rogers, Coalgate School District, No. 2,S94, Commerce, Alberta. 205-6 for SALE-Improved or unimproved farm lands where the world's prize oats are grown. Plenty of rain. Abundance of hay. $15.00 to $20.00 per acre. Lowery & Miller, Lloydmin-ster. Alberta. . 200-24 G. H, CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- 20 years' factory experience, Hon-Playor-Pinno and Organ Repairer; ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 116S 1253 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Privab Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Bth St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwrlting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phono of Principal 1531. AVrito for Full Information. _VULCANIZING___ UP-TO-DATE TIRE" REPAIRING AND retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompf sei-vico. Phone 790. 208 13th St. south. City V^lcanl^-ing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manc.ger. UNDERTAKING MONEY TO LOAN . MONEY TO LOAN on improved farm land and city pro-property. W. F. Nelson, 416 5th St. South, Lethbridge. 204-6 FOR SALE-Rooming house furniture and lease of building In business district. Rooms can be rented to transients. Owner leaving on account of health. Act quickly. Dowsloy Land Agency. 202-0 FOR SALE-5-roomed semi-modern house, storey and a half with fine cement cellar. All fenced, standing ou half acre of ground with stable for 15 horses, good chicken houses, etc., water outBjde for horses. Cheap for cash or terms. Apply owner, 112 19th St. North. 1920 FOR SALE-Five-roomed bungalow, colonial finish throughout, hardwood floot 3 and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 foot lot. Water and light, new 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 LOST-Seven head of horses southeast of Taber. Four mares and three geldings, five of them are branded n> on right thigliand two Kg on right thigh. Six sSJi horses with halters,__ one gelding has chain about six feet long on front leg. Anyone knowing whereabouts ot same please notify Sam Kuchuran, Hardieville, or William Lazavik, southeast of Taber, section 30, township 7, range 14, west 4th, six miles north of Skiff.. Reward $3 per head. 202-12 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS I When Hep)y!n;r Mention The Hornlrt. WANTED-We buy and sell used office furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever-all and Pranks. 93-0 WANTED-To buy small house that can be moved. State particulars to Box 92. Herald. 203-6 NOTICE To the People of Raymond and District take notice: That the roiads crossing my Itiud by Lockie'.s, N. B. i4. Sec. 8-7-21. west of 4th. will bo closed from today, August 12th, 1918: The owner of the said property will take no excuse for trespassing on this la land. (Signed) ^ JOHN RQhUWSOU 205-3 HOUSE FOR SALE In good residential district, six largo roomn and bath room, on a 4S-foot lot, with nice lawn. The house is in first class condition, gas heated and has recently been painted and decorated. Chicken run and barn which can be used as garage. Price $3600. Easy terms. Phone 1798 or write Box 21, Herald. 203-3 ? > > > : > ^� ? > REPLIES - > Have been received for :'.ie > following box numbers and >> aro waiting to bo called for. ? ,S, 10, 14, 16, 18, 26, 29, 34, 35, '> C6, 80, 91, 92, : WANTED TO TRADE-A new Nord-helnier piano for cattle. Apply Box 43, Herald. 199-0 > �; > > > .j WANTED-A competent sten- ? ographer required at once. : One without experience need ? not apply. Jfanager Hudson's : Bay Co. 202-0 ? : > o > 9' 9 4 4 i> 4 At Diamond Coal Mines, Diamond City, Alta., 12 mllea north ot Lethbridge. Daily Train Service Diamond train meets outgoing and ingoing trains in the afternoon from and to Lethbridge. Change at Klpp for Diamond City. Ig-'-O FOR SALE OR TRADE (When neplylng Mention Th� Herald) WANTED-By gentleman, board and' room will pay by week or month. Ap-ply_Box 26, Herald. 202-6 WANTED-Cattle."Wirr"e-xctVange new 60 h.p., 6 cylinder Oakland touring car, fully equipped, silk mohair top, pearl gray solid leather upholstery, for horses and cattle. Write George C. Holdeu, 2338 Dewdney Ave., lleglnn. 204-0 WADDINGTON,' THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRICE EITHER WAY. CON-SULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER G P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. NOTICE Painters and Decorators aro requested to stay away fram Calgary as there is a strike on. Advortisements for men aro mlHleading, for there aro lots of men available to do tho work in" Bight. SCO-5 FOR TRADE-One registered Perch-eroii stallion for a 0 to 8 room cottage, centrally located, paying difforenco in cash. For purtlculars write P. O. Box 890.______201--0 FOR EX(JHAN(3E-37V4 feet of gooti building property on Sth Street, half block from car line, for a good second hand automobile. Apply W. S. Cook, Palace Garage. FOR"sALis " OR EJCCFlAN'o'E-Im^ proved fruit lands and unimproved In tho Craston district, Kootenay Lakes, whore tho best fruit and tomatoes grow, "Will exchange for a Jlrst-class automobile. Write R. Lamont, Cres-ton, B, C. 196-12 SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. SITUATIONS WANTED (When Repjylnir Mention The Heralili WANTED-Mnrrle(r"man"vi^res~work lawn mowing and carpet beating, etc. Apply 1009 7th Ave. South, or phone 1G74. 199-9 WAls^TED^'obd seamstTeis wishes sewing by the day or will take It home. Very reasonable. Phone 1396. 205-6 WANTED-Position as stenographer. Two years' experience In law offlco. Competent. Onen for engagement Sept. 1st. Miss Millio Colljins, 608 Gth Ave. _^._Phono_1078._ ^5^0 WANTED - Thoroughly experienced married farm hand wishes position, .separate house preferred, on or after August Sth. Would like to manage or rent a place in the fall. Write Box 5, Nobleford. 200-G WANTED-All round office man, married, 30, wants position Sept. 1st. Bookkeeper, typewriter, salesman. Garage preferred. Capable taking comploto charge, front end, stock room, etc. References. Apply Box 13, Herald. 203-6 T. S. FETTBRLY, LEADING FUNER-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven h'eares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone 661, residence phono 1176. Open day and night. MacKAY & MacKAY-FUNHHAL Directors and Practical Embalraers; office and residence. Motor anil horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Av6.. S. Phono 1802. Always open, never closed. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhnngors and Painters, Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest ostabllshed painters In Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; offlco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta, MEDICAL DOCTOR GALBitAlTH 014 Third Avenue South Oraco hours ...............1-3 p.m , , ...............7-8 p.m, Sunday hours ,.............2-3 p.m. And by nppolntn\ent. Tolephono 1253. DRS. DoVEBER, CA.MPBBLL, ROY & CllAGQ, Offlco Royal Bank Build-inn. Office hours: 1,30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phono 605.__ DRS. CONNOR. McNALLY & LEECil -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Offlco 319; Rosldonoo ot Dr. Connor, 619; residence ot Dr Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 _ a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-EAR. BYE, NOSE & Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlco hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: office 341; residence 593. UUr'P." "W^WLfTER-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposito Starland Theatre, rooms o to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phonos: Office 780; residence 420 8th St. S., Phono 1494^__ dr: J. E.' COVERING--PHYSICIAN Offlco and residence, 812 3rd Ave. S. Hours 11-12. 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242.__ 296 0 dr: U. W.vfiYNN-room G, 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 ap-poinjmont. Phones: OtIIco 459; Res. idenco 599. QHIROPRACTOP.S SflllTH & SMITH-HYRtJM SMITH and June B. Smith.-It you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and got well. Office in residence. 903 7th Ave. s., opposito Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5. 7 to 9. Phono 1677. MUSIC MlSS7\:ir;E"EN'M:^.iONES^Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cont. of pupils entered for Ihi-examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., last year wore successful. Stutilo, 623 9th Street South. _ Sir's. "W. H. JOHNSON-^tEACHElt ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black--board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5lh Ave. A. Soutii. LEO M. COO.M13S-will accept a llni-Itod number of pupils in voice, pin-no and harmony after August 15th, and announces a change of studio address to 416 12th St. A south, opposite Strathcona Court. Of tho pupils prepared for R..\.M. and H. CM. oxumlnntions, 100% were successful. � 203-0 J(3SlfPH '3ANiS'E!t-^La'te"17f'"t^^^^^ gll Clavier School of Music, London, England. Teacher of singing and advanced piano, will receive puplia on and after August 15th, at tho Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. Phone 765. 203-0 A. MEADS-PAINTING, DBCORAT-Ing and Ptiperhanglng, Phone 690. 611 8th Ave. S._________117-0 W. EMERY-PAINTING, DECORAT^ ing, Paperhanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338^_, PAl'NTfN(3, DECCD'RATING, PAPER-hunglng and Kalsomining, etc. H, Cunningham, 513 19th Street North. Phono 1223. 199-fi LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR, Reopens Monday, August 26. Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiiun steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher in all departments. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phone 765. THIRTEENTH SEASON. G. T. DRINKALL & SONS.-Painting and decorating. Tho homo decorators. Wo paint anything. Office and shop 321 6th St. S. 203-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S "SCHObL AIMD BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teacliers' examinations, full commercial course, Music, Dancing, French taught by Pnrlslenno. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rlngtou. Principal, 144-104 WATER LOCATOR WATEll LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20,00. T. L. DavioR, 1218 Bth Ave. A, South., Letiihridgo.-Phono 1547, 97-0 NEMISCAM gT 'S. warren, NomlBcanT, Alta. Insurance-Fire, Hail and Live Stock. Real Estate and Farm Loans. Live Stock agent. Ropre-senled in Calgary und Lethbridge. 193-Oc IRY A HERALO WANT AD. HERBALIST tb~''^lir'sicic - Before "giving up hope try Rae'.-i Herbal Compounds prepared from the best known herbs, I'oots and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. John Rao, Herbalist, 635 13th St, N. 188-0 SPIRITUAL READER MAi3AM ' 'MAROAllM'-Ci;AiUV"^0^^^ ant, Spiritual Reading, put, present (ind future. HouVs 10 u.in, to 9 p.m, 114 Uth St. S., s4llo 3. mgUi Block. FOR DECORATING, PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING SEE S, WHITAKER, G12 7th ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MATERIALS USED. ... _________:..^^.it..:.i. 203-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work dono promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Franlc Miles. Dll 4th Ave. South. BAKERY KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK-ory, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles, Klrkby & Co., 600 3rd Ave, S, Phono 1027, FURS WE ARB SPECIALIZING IN NATUIl-nl settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every sot differ ont, new effects. Raw furs wanted, Scott, Practical Furrier, Hlginboth am Block. .87-0 VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing In tho rubber lino. Any bIzq tiro. Promptness and quality guar-nnteod. Wo aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw'away that old tiro bo-fore you boo Us, It may bo worth fixing. Free air on tho curb. Leth' bridge Vulcanizing Works, B, Chap lln & Son, 712 3nl Avenuo south, �AVal,Bank, Phooe 1004. 148-0 J J, HEHDERSQ.H -,5^1 GHT SPEC I ALISt "^Dlifficuit Cases' a, Specialty'� ,� ---- 1 Office at Wriglit's JcwdI.ery Stole ' O' Hour� 10 to; Ijji.m. ztoSpjti. CLEANING AND DYEING r:H^~vnn3T - SPECIAL1STS~IN French Dry Cleaning. Our procesj eliminates danger of injury'to garments. Only the highest class jyorl; turned gut. No dyeing. Immedtato attention is given to country orders. 324 CUi Strofet South. Phone 1812. loo SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING. Repairing and.alterations well dono at reasonabltj prlcob. Wo call for and doUved goods. 410 6th Street Soutli. Phono 534 . 201-30 LBB WING-THE TAILOR. CLBAN-Ing, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 Seventh Street Squth. Phone 1019._ __^280-24 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BlfANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phono 701. Offlco hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1B8-0 BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN" 'BICY^ cles for sale. AH makes of bicycles ropalred. A largo stock of accesBor-les on hand. D. B. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. South. Phono 1032. 62-0 DRAWING AND PAINTING MTSS'"Br F:'KlilK~\vTl'i'''op^^^ at the Y. M. C. A. on tho 3rd of Sop-tombor. Lessons In drawing, painting in oils and wattir colors, frti'iu copies, objocls and iiaturu. Monthly fees, children $3; mlulls, ovonlnp. J4; aduits, day, iJS. Cortlllod undor S. Kensington und R. d. S. ot Gt, Britain. Twenty yours exporionco, AddrosH ntlor tho 28th August, VI& toria Mansions. � 196-24 WELDING OXY-AOl^yr'YLBN'lF'WfiLriyi'NG'::^-^, N, ICiith, coruoi' 1st Avonu'o auU lOlli Street.