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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO Tflfi LETTmniDGE DAILT HERALD FARM LANDS FOR SALE �S� SPECIAL VALUES-FARMS AND RANCHES Cin ACRES, PARTLY IRRIGATED, close to Lethbridge. ?2S nn acre on long terms. Interest 6 5th Ave. S. 206-3 WEDNESDAY, Ayc.UST 15. 1917 Classified Ads. Ads for this Page Must b� ly Officx bt 10.45 A.M., to Appear rah it day. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 86c. AN INBBBTIOtt FOR 25 I WORDS Olt less-6 TIMES FOB I TITIS PRIOR OF FOUR. SITUATIONS VACANT TO RENT-Storage lor all kinds of furniture. Contra] location. Reasonable prices. McLean Transfer, office Balmoral block, Phone 10D7, Keslnt.nco 524 7th Si. South. Phone 10S3. SI-0 WANTED-At once, a wet nurse. Apply 510 7th st. s. ___ma-o WANTED-A chambermaid. Apply at Arlington Hotel. 204-6 MR. - are you satisfied with your present living quarters. If not go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself tho benefits and privileges awaiting you there. Tho rates are low. Cor. 4th.Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 547. 178-0 WANTtoD-Train clerk and car checker. Apply J. J. Furrier, yardtunstor C. I'll, depot. 207-0 vTaNTF.i>-C,irlTor general housed work, no washing or ironing. Apply 422 _i;;th_StLj3._203-0 WANTED-Woman or-girl for genorul housework. Apply filS Gth Ave. S., or phone 15S12. 20S-0 WANTED TO KENT Wanted to Rent-Six or seven roomed modern house at once, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Box 1 Herald. 206-O SITUATIONS WANTED wanted-Lady cook desires position j cooking for harvesters. Write Box D.. Herald, or call 329 11th St. S. -04-6 i sTFuation Wasted^-A~hm"i8e^ j keeper, by woman with two children. , Town preferred. Box 29 Herald. ; 203-6 j WANTED-Girl for general housework, small family, Apply P. O'. Box SO, Carmangay. _204-12x WANTkl)-GoodT all-round harness maker. Apply to Alberta Saddlery Co. Lethbridge. _204-6 WANTED-Two girls to work in stand at fair grounds. Apply at stand near grand stand. C. H. Stormfeltz. 207-2 WANTED-A competent-maid, goo(i wages, no washing, three in family. Apply 519 Gth St. S, Lethbridge, 20S-6 WANTED-A capable general-sor" vant, good wages to competent person. Apply 917 7th AveJ3._205-0 WANTED-Olrrio'wblrk in confectionery store. Apply Palaco Ico Cream Parlor. 204-0 WANTED-Position as cook on cook j car through threshing, by experienced j lady. Phone R204, F. Knapp, Coaldale. \ Alta. 207-6 j WANTED-Teachers for grades two, five and eight, Cardeton school. J. E. Harris, secretary. 208-6 WANTED - Thoroughly experienced accountant is open to accept respm-sible position; excellent referencei. Apply Box 3. Herald. *03-6 COAL MINERS WANTED-Steady work, good mining conditions. Federal Coals Ltd., Grace Mine. 175-0 WANTED-Young lady desires position in post office, or any office work. Knowledge of bookkeeping, ten ye\:s' experience in post office. Box 38, Herald. 203-6 WANTED-Competent- delivery man. One used to meat business preferred Apply Westminster Meat Market, 13th St. N. 204-0 WANTED-Man and wife with horses want work on farm. Both thoroughly experienced. No children. Wi/e first class cook. Box 50 Herald. 203-G Wanted-Competent young woman for general housework; no children. Apply Mrs. II. Rose, 1211 4th Ave. S. 206-ox WANTED-A practical farmer with life experience of all classes of stock and grain farming, wants position to manage farm. Would invest in same on approved security or would rent a well equipped farm. References exchanged. Apply "British" Box 65, Suf-fleld, Alta. 207-3 LOST AND FOUND LOST-A bay mare, 2 years old, branded 3 - on right hip. $5.00 reward for information leading to recovery. S. Vaselenak, Coaldale. 202-6 LOST-Purple scarf on Sunday evening between the Chautauqua building and 7th Ave. S. Finder please phone 1165 before 6 o'clock. 20S-1 WANTED - Two good milkers for dairy. Steady job for experienced men. Phone R411, or write Folger Farming Co. 20S-0 WANTED-A girl or woman for general housework or man and wife. Man must be a good horseman. Apply to Box 10G, Carmangay. Phone 208. 20S-6 WANTED-Doctor for mining camp. Applications received until Aug. 20th. For particulars address Medical Committee,  Brule Lake, Alberta. 204-12 WANTED AT ONCB1 - Experienced stenographer, with knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. Apply stating salary to Box 14, Herald. 192-0 FOR SALE-Miscellaneous RepljMnjc Mention The Herald. When TOilt SALE-WirTatr"glve the- best prlco on a Mason & Risch piano, nenr-ly new. Come and get this special price. Easy payments. Mason & Rlsch Ltd.. Bnlmornl'uik.. Lethbridge^. 205-1 F6lf^ALE"^^ian(N~by''Ou^id~al�S Church, in good condition. Special prlco, $125.00. Tonus if necessary. Willis Pianos, Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. 208-6 FOR SALE--Portable Derby race course, with top, frame and trunks, 12 horse outfit complete; also one quarter play slot machine. Address Box 22, Herald Oillce. Lethbridge. 208-6 SELL YOUli FURNITURE AT WADDING-TON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER SIX P.M., 469. FOR SALE-Two used snaps: Boudoir upright obimhed case In flist class repair; price $140, terms arranged. I One of Canada's j well known makes, walnut upright case, full 7 1-3 octaves, original price $475: price for quick sale $225, terms to suit. Address Heintzman & Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Alta, care Armstrong & Ra-worth. 205-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE tVhcn Replying' Mention The Herald FOR SALE-Queen Victoria park lota $250.00 each. Lots 22, 23, 24, 25 In Block nine. Terms to suit purchaser. Box 15, Herald. 178-30 FOR SALE-Five roomed cottage on two lot3. Built 3 years. Semi-modern. Price $1,700.00. $100.00 cash, balance as loan. Apply 529 12th St. N. or C. B. Bowman Agency. 206-6 FOR SALE-3 fully modern houses for sale on easy terms, 4th Ave. N.; 3 lots on 12th St. C. north; 1 lot on 13th St. north; also I billiard table, cheap, and 2 box bail alleys, 42 ft. $150.00. M. Kennedy, 404 12th St. C. north. 207-5 lost-Gold wristlet watch at Adams' park, during a football game Friday night. Reward will be given for return to J. Miller, Geo. Kerr Co. 206-6 Wanted Immediately-Married couple man to drive binder and later to tend separator, woman to do cooking. Apply Albert Wocknitz, D miles north west Magrath. 20G-6 Lost-Gold *vrlstlet watch at Adams' park, Friday i�ight. Reward will be given for return to J. Miller, Geo. Kerr Co. 206-6 FOUND-Near C.P.R. depot, a scarf pin with initials "C. S." Owner can have same by applying W. H., Herald Office. 207-Ox Strayed-Light bay mare, no brand, scar on right shoulder, foretop Toadied, weight about 1400 lbs. Finder will receive reward. John Neil, Raymond, 206-3 STRAYED - One dark bay mare, branded lazy B over B on left thigh. With young colt, weighed about 1050 lbs. $10.00 reward for return to Bert B. Gillette, Commerce, Alta. 207-6 LOST-From Coaldale, since July 23. One chestnut mare branded S C over N H on left shoulder. $20.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Lee Wong, Coaldale or Lethbridge., 203-0 STRAYED-From sec. 5 Tp. 1, Kg. 20, bay gelding, short tailed work horse, weight about 1300 lbs. branded C V on right shoulder. Finder plevso notify N. H. Nelson, 218 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge, and receive reward. 205 6 6TRAYED-Female Boston Bulldog, six months old, seal brindle with white blaze and white on legs ears untrimmed. Reward for return to 612 15th St. S. 203-6 How to Eat and What to Eat-Booklet just off the press entitled "Keys to Good Health and Long Life." Sample copy free to any address in Canada. Joseph Kennedy, Esq., 1160 Homer St., Vancouver, B. C. Ad-B WANTED-At once, a good housekeeper with good references, wages between $35.00 and $40.00 per month, or a good couple without children, $100 per month, 3 miles south-east of town, three in family. Apply Max Zaitzer, Box 473, phone 415. 20S-6 FARMERS AND RANCHERS - Let me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' resldenco in Lethbridge enables me to thoroughly understand! your requirements. Phone "or write me and I win help you. I write hail insurance in a good company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Office open evenings. Office phono 545, residence 1135. P. O. Box 266. 172-0 NOTICE STRAYED-One team horses, one bay gelding, and one dark brown mare, both roached, both stripe in face, shod and 'with halters, branded 8-C. Good reward for information leading to recovery. John Bertie, phone 1803, Stafford Village. 208-6 STRAYED-One roan gevdlng brand" ed quarter circle over Z on left thigh. Left L. Bonnell's livery stable. Anyone caught working or harboring this horse will be prosecuted according to law. $5.00 reward for return to W. D. Whitney, owner. 203-6 Owing to a large number of our farmer customers having requested us to look after their help problem this coming season we have decided to open a General Employment Office in connection with our real estate business, and will be prepared to look after your help problem at all times. We will be ablo to supply you with help, but advise you to let us know your wants early. Remember our location, ground floor, Empress Theatre Block. Cox & Co. Phone 1808. 200-0 WADDINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER, PAYS CASH FOR FURNITURE. QUOTATIONS FREE. PHONE 770. FOK SALE (Agricultural) FOR SALE OR TRADE-Fine big young sow and due to farrow in about week, also good milch cow. Phon-3 R203 or Box 7 city. 205-0 FOR SALE-30-60 Hart-Parr engine and Case Separator, 40-60 Warden City feeder, 51500.00. Rumely separator 3G-GO, good condition. M. Arne-gard, Barons, Alberta. 204-6 FOR SALE-J. i. Case superior 40-60, with Garden City feeder,long carrier, in good running order. Will sell cheap or rent. Apply Victor Dionne, Box 511, City. 208-6 FOK SALE-Engine S2h^D^iteevea', tank, cook caj^.a-l�rttoni Cockshutt plowSj____shesf loader and two John J3ef?ret)in(Iers. The Alberta Securities, Ltd., Balmoral block, Lethbridge. Phone 1215.  205-6 FOR SALE-A Rumely 36 h.p. engine and 12 bottom John Deere engine gang with breaker and stubble bottoms, all in good condition. Also wagon and tanks. All for $3500.00. A small payment down, balance in one to three years. Apply Box 25, Herald. 207-12 FO'rTSALE-^Second hand McCormlck binder in good repair at my farm, N. ) W. % 28-S-20, % miles south of Max Donaldson's farm. For particulars see Westbrook Bro3., barbers, city, or write or phone me, 64, Taber, W. A. Blenner-Hassett, Taber. 207-6 STRAYED-From See. 23, Tp. 9, Rg. 21, Crystal Lake district, red yearling Holstein heifer, white face, branded NIN left ribs. Reward for first Infor rnatlon leading to recovery. Cony-beare, Church, McArthur & Davidson, phone 711, Lethbridge. 199-0 STRAYED-One light bay mare, stripe in face, branded lazy O over lazy M connected on right shoulder. Weight 1350 lbs. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. G L. Metzgar, Maybutto. 205 3 ACCOUNTANT* Phone 1619. P. O. Box 80S. HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants Audits, Investigation*, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale snd Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Third Ave., a, _Lethbridge. FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. A. D. LAMONT, of the Department of Agriculture, at Edmonton, has opened an office in the Board of Trade Building, for the distribution of labor in Southern Alberta. Farmers requiring help and men In search of work can get together by seeing Mr. ksmont. Call, write or prions. ' BOARD OF TBAIJJS BUILDING LETHBRIOGE ' AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR sale-Ford roadster in good condition. Cheap for cash. Apply Palace Rooming House. 207-2 FOR SALE-One touring Ford with electric self-starter, in good condition. Apply 711 12th St. B. N., between 6 and 7 p.m. 207-6 FOR SALE-Large Overland car, first class condition, run only 5000 miles. Cash or terms to reliable party. Apply McLaughlin Garage. 207-6 FOR SALE-1 Chevrolet car in good" condition with new truck body. We also have some good buys in used Chevrolet cars; also one Ford in good condition. Baalim Motor Co. 203-0 LAND FOR SALE When Replying Mention The Hern*. FOR SALE-$11 por acre buys 3 sections on bloc raw land about 3 miles from railway cast of Stirling, on now road. Dowsley Land Agency, next to Merchants Bnnk, 5th St. 208-0 FOR SALE-320 acros nil fenced, 7 miles from Commorce, 125 acres good flax. 75 acres ready for crop next year. Flax goes with land at $30.00 per acre. $1,500 cash, balance 7 years 7 per cent. Cox & Co. 200-0 LAND FOR SALE-The north west quarter of section 15-11-21 w. 4th at $21.00 per acre; $1,000 cash and the balanco over five years r-.t 6 por cent. R. V. Gibbons & Co. Phono 1191, Balmoral block. ' 205-6 for SALE-North % section 28-6-18, all first class plow land, near Stirling, Craddock and Judson, $21.00 per acre, $1320.00 cash, 6% interest, no payment on principal for 10 years it desired. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 McDonald Block, Phono 570. 199-12 For Salo-N.W. 'i of 6-S-2 W. 5th meridian. Terms all cash or payable ono half cash and balanco In. twelve months with interest at 7 porcent. Offers to be sent to the Imperial Canadian Trust Co., 214 Sth Ave. W., Calgary. 206-C FOR SALE-860 acres mixed farming land; fenced and cross-fenced, 6 miles.l west 110m Pincher Creek, 4 miles south from Cowley, large portion arable, clay loam, no stone, 176 acres been dultivated, excellent pasture, shelter, water, %-mile river frontage, dwelling houses, outbuildings, 3 granaries. Substantial cash payment, balanco arranged. Full particulars. Apply Martin D. Macleod, joint owner, Pincher Creek, Alberta. 207-6 LAND FOR SALE-Lot 46S7, Route 1, Kootenay district, containing 565 acres, located three miles west of Cranbrook, B. C. Railroad runs through one corner of the property. Tho land adjoins that on which the East Kootenay sawmill is, located. This Is excellent grazing and agricultural land, with plenty of open range adjoining. To settle up an estate, I offer a clear titlo to this land for $3.00 per acre cash. If you want grazing land, all you have to do is to go and look at It and you will buy it. P. Lund, Box 1S9, Lethbridge, or W. F. Burgess, Cranbrook, B. C. 20S-1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Light housekeeping apartment in quiet locality; best of references. State terms and when available to Box X, Herald. 205-6 WANTED-To buy or exchange, modern house in Saskatoon for ranch land, or would buy on terms. Apply Hotel Sicamous, Sicamous, B.C. 208-2 WANTED TO EXCHANGE-10 acres fruit land free of encumbrance, located three-quarter mile from C. P. R. station as first payment on 5 or 6 room house. Box 48 Herald. 202-0 WANTED-To lease, a farm of 3__ acres on shares fortjDrjni-^f-^years, with prijBejjiu^f-bTryTngTby an expor-Jeneetr^American farmer. Horses and machinery included. Anyone having land lying Idle lot me hear from you. R. L. H^rkermer, General delivery, Lethbridge, Alta. 204-6 I FOR HARVEST HELP Call Up J. Harris & Co. Phone 1412 Residence Phone 14 2 7 FOR SALE One of the Finest Ranch Propositions in Southern Alberta Six Miiet from Pincher Creek CIO acres, 2C0 acres timothy, near lots of open range; all fenced and cross fenced four wires; fine cow barn, horse barns, hog and chicken house, [blacksmith shop, corralls with running water; elght-roomcd fully modern houso with complete equipment of implements to run ranch. All hay put up. If desired will sell 20 head of horses, .190 head of cat^e. �nd pure bred Berkshire hogs, with rancfc, or will sell- ranch separate,  Apply to P. O. BOX 133, PINCHER CREEK, ALPERTA 203-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVl VI AVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful "for 25 years. Literature on request. Mrs. O. Thomas room No. 0, Dominion Block, Loth-bridge, phono 1632. 171-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS * LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gnn work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any Hint machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032. 411 4th Ave. S._ PIANO~TUNlNO O. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER -� Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the elty. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ave. A. South, VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tire repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out ot town orderB. B. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. S, 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 SUILOERS' SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES - Cement, lime, plaster, roofing, plate and window glass, automobile wind* shields. Tea v Western Supply A Equipment Co., Ltd.. 4th Street South.' Phone 1044. Box 298. v : 108-0 HOUSE REPAIRING FIRST CLASS PLASTERING AND houso repairing, chimneys built. Apply J. Zaromba, P. O. Box 569, Lethbridge. 20U-G CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot Injury to garments. Only 'the highest class work turned out. Immediate attention is given to country orders. 824 6th Street South. Phone 1S12. OUR CITY DYE WORKS, 408 2ND Ave. S, will do any kind of cleaning and pressing, ladles' or gents' clothes. 'Best of work guaranteed. We make cleaning and pressing our specialty. 197-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office opposite Court House. Motor and horsa drawn hearses. Phone C61. Residence 284 ith Ave. S.. Phone 1175. Open day and nlnht. MacKAY & MacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and rosldonce, 8C3 3rd Avenue 8. Phone 1802. Always open; never cloaec. SECOND HAND STORE NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 64G Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, Prop. Telephone 1155. 166-0 AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfgs. of Aorated Waters and Ciders. Tele-phono 1501. 165-0 2�l)-Hlguest Cash Prices paid for Hay. Grain and Potatoes In car lot or less. See us before* buying or selling. Established ten years. We ara In touch with the best markets F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 1244. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy ur sell. we will mail you our Weekly *tar**t Card on request; SOI SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : : : : Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mar* Ret. Phone MS M. R. Hszell. Aeet.. Res. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Electrical Engineering and Contract-Ing. Consultations on all kinds ot electrical work. Lighting plants installed. Estimates furnished. H. B. McElyoa, Assoc. A.I.E.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 1264 Fourth Ave. S. Phone 1888. 156-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Sales conducted anywhere in tho province. Terms reasonable. Writo or phone 1023. Head office at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alta, WATER LOCMTOrV WATER LOCATED-1 can locate water for you. Charges reasonable, T. L. Davles, Nobieford. 97-0 8HOC REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 fo? your shoe repairs. Work dons promptly. Orders called tor and delivered. Frank Miles. "11 4ta Avenue South. HATWORK8 HAT8 CLEANED AND BLOCKED- Try us, we know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props,, next Empress Theatre. 102-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. Tho only white cooks in town. Also ' tobacconist and barber shop, Addison and Butts, Props. Telephone 1827. 168-0 WELDING CASTING AND FORGING, WELDED nnd reinforced."We are equipped to handle light and heavy welding Jobs. 1266 Second Ave. S. (near Ellison mills) it. Bossert, P. O. Box 369. Lethbridge. 1610 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - fh* modern method of uniting metals by beating without hammering ot compression. It tt'a metal we can weld It. The piece will be strongest where it la wqlded. W. N, Kuth, 311 6th Street South, nest to. Herald, . MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgoon, Accoucber. Hours 1-3i 7-8 pin. Offlco 914 Third Avenue. 1253. Night and house phono laDO. ORB. CONNOR, McHALLY A JAMIt-80N-Office, 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones: Office 310; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to H a.m.. 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m._____ DR6. OEVEBEri, CAMPBELL, ROY A CRAGG. - Office Royal BaaVI Building. Office hours: 1 to I afternoons; 7 to 8 evenings. Phone 605. Residence phones'. Dr. Camp belt 1868; l>r. Roy 609; Or. Crag* 1203. OR,V TAYLOR-.tear. Eye. Nose and Throat; 115 Shsrlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-J; evenings by ap> polntment. Phone*; C*�ice 341; Residence 593. DENTAL DR. M. j. GIB80N-Dontlst, graduat) of Royal College ot Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce ft Gilchrist.)-Orad-uato University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdoncld Block. Phone 1105, Lethbridge. Alta. DRS. MARRS and MARRS- Dentists. Succossoru to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure. Hours 9 to 5. Office. HI* Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. SIMMONOS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London). L.D.3, 1�00. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 6-a, Hlglnbotham Block. Phone 1616. DR. T. W. FOX! dentist, Craduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Oillco phono 785: residence phono 702. Offices Uulon Bank Building. 158-0 PRIVATE; HOSPITALS PRIVATE H03PITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Vrlvate Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 716. PRIVATE MATERNITY-HOME, best of reference, $2 a day. ��":! 2nd St. S. o0'{.-, private HOSPITAL for MATTPu mty cases, and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. K. He'.wig, 316 14th St. S.. Phone 739. C8-9 EYES' TEcST&D J M HEMDgRSffl- - jlGllT W.ClAUoT :0i,rUulV CiUt'J .! /|L'FI,lll.U e'iKv ,il ViitHijYi 1 $ .:.,..!!.�, .m.-.v HOURS TO to IZ A M - JuiPM ___CHIROPRACTORS_ SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smltn and June B. Smith-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office ta residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Ealtery. hours 9.30 to 6: 7 ta 9. Phono 1C77. ._dressmaking_ GOOD DRESSMAKING~DONE. Mrs! H. M. Packard, 114 Sth St. S. 198-0x \ MUSIC j__i!i_Ali_fc�N-M^ JONES-.ianofona Playing and Theory, supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of tho Royal Academy an-! Royal Collego of Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio. 623 Sth Street South. mrs. w. h. johnson-TeacQer ot Piano, Harmony nnd Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 122C 6th Ave. A. South. t^e1lTth"seaWn~of the leth-bridge Conservatory of Music reopens Thursday, August 30th. Piano, Theory, Violin, Orchestra and Band instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, Ukulele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocution. Certificated teachers. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phono 705. 181-0 VOICE, PIANO, HARMONY-Leo M. Coombs. Lesson schedule now being made up. Special rates for early enrolment. Conservatory of Music, Phono 705. 207-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUT'i BUSINESS COLLEGE 4v1 Sth St. South, Lethbridge. OPEN ALL SUMMER . Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1310 Residence Phone of Principal 1531 Write for Full Information. KING EDWARD8' SCHOOL FOR Cfrls, Cranbrook, B. C. Patron, tho Bishop of Kootenay. Healthy climate, homo comforts, full school course. Pupils prepared for university, French taught by Parlsienn>�. Music, (piano, violin, singing), dancing, bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cherrlngton, Headmistress. 20M decor ATI NO WELLINGTON BROS-The Decorat-ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsominlng,' General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters la Lethbridge. Res. Pbone 1472; office phone 1.752, SherloeU Bldg., Lath-bridge, Alta. PIANO POLISHER FIRST CLASS PIANO AND FURNI- turo polisher from Calgary will be here in a month or sn Work guaranteed. Orders taken at Armstrong & Raworth, Jewolry store. J. Brush. 208-6 " NOTICE Notice should bo taken that we, the undersigned, have taken over the shooting lease of the 18-mlle lake and anyone trespassing without obtaining a permit from uh will be prosecuted. T. E; OTT and N. PARIS, Box 57, 208-12 Raymond, Alberts. ? II i I ;