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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LICTMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 101 IEMPRESS- JU TONIGHT bE HAVEN AND F16RA BARKER BE HAVEN IN" "A YOUTH OF FORTUNE" Carter De Haven and Flora Parker De Haven in an exciting Red Ffatn'er Production, In which they are supported by Maud George, Harry Carter and Bertram Grassby. Directed by Otis Turner from an original story by Ford Beebe. --------WAH WEEKLY SWD am CHARLIE I HAPLINl IN Last Times Tonight. Heinie and Louie, fun Board Bill Dodger" PALLAS PICTURES Presents the Popular Star LKNOKK I'LRLCH Star of in hep latest screen success "THE HEART OF 5 Reels A Splendid paramount Feature in Five Acls Which Once Witnessed Will Never be Forgotten. PATHE PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL RUSSIAN DRAMATIC SCREEN STAR Faiila MariuolV in 5-Acts "NKDKA" 5-Acts mRPHEUM. Tonight and for the I balance of the I MUTUAL MASTERPIECE DE.LUXE "MASTER SHAKESPEARE" STROLLINP PLAYERS Featuring the Popular Little Screen Star FLORENCE LABADIE. See America First" and Cartoon Komic. -'Ruining Randall's Reputation'' comedy._________________________ CITY Of LETHBRIDGE sue thereof bearing interest at the Aiding for "the registration thereof i New Dayton-Warner wheat district at or phone 1S99 from tf.UO to 9.00 p.m. i and authorized by the Lethbridge City 510.00 an aere. W. F. Nelson Cpiun-, _________216-1 BY-LAW No. 292 j A By-Law of the City of Lethbridge 1 to Provide for the Borrowing Upon j Debentures the Sums Necessary to i pay for the Extensions Made to the Electrical System Power Plant in the- C-ity of Lethbridge, and for "Making Further Extensions to the Said Electrical Light System. I WHEREAS it has been estimated j I that it will be necessary to borrow amounts .for the different works as 1 hereinafter set forth, j AND WHEREAS it is necessary to i borrow on debentures such sums ss j j are required to pay for the couiple- i tion of such works, making due allow- I ance for discount on the sale o- debent ures bearing a reasonable rate of in- j terest and the necessary expenses In connection with the issue and sale thereof, I AND WHEREAS it is expedient to borrow the several sums required for the purposes hereinafter mentioned i on. the credit of the City of Lethbridge i end to issue debentures therefor pay- able in 30 years from the date of is- rate of o per centum per annum pa; I able half yearly. AND WHEREAS it is desirable that the By-Laws for the several purposes hereinafter mentioned may be incor- porated in one by-law. AND WHEREAS the amount of the loan required for each of the works hereinafter mentioned aud the amounts required lo be raised annual- ly to pay the interest and provide a sinking fund for the payment of the debt herein set forth in the following propositions: Proposition "A" (11 For moneys already expended in. thef extension of the electrical lighf system in the City of Lethbridge. the loan requir- .ed-to pay for suclr-work. 59375.G6. (3) Ths sum to lie raised annually the interest, 1-lP The sum to be raised annually to provide a sinking fund to pny the debt. I1H7-05. Total amount to be raised annually, f 565.80.- Proposition "B" "For the purpose of paying for the extension of an ash flue at the electrical power house con- structed. 124 The amount -jf loan required to the same, (3) The sum to be raised annually i to pay the interest, j (4) The siim to be raised annually i to provide a sinking fund to pay. the j debt, Total amount to be raised annually. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 2ijc an inser- tion for twenty five words or less. Six inser- tions for the price of four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. LAND FOR SALE Improved fur Accountant's farms, iarge or small tracts, lo j office. Must bo smart in appearance j per any. small cash payment, long ami 0( address. One leavini; I terms. N'. H. Peat Co.. 10 jtaciiou- i or bavins slight previous jalil blodl. I.ethliridtu'. office experience yi'fft'rred. Age j Reply Pox 31. Herald proved. 5 miles west of this city, only to assist on hoolts. per acre, on good terms. Address Box 4H. Herald. i .Must be accurate and quicli at figures i and good penman. State experience -------ii nil salary expected. Box 21, Herald. i FOR acres. One mile __________ from city. SL'2.00 acre. Terms. o20 w qr six: acres miles from elevator 313.50. vears jv-eal and with Good terms. :'.20 acres, well improved. I and wortli per month. Close in. per acre. 1MO acre j al once. Reply In own .'ranch, well watered, improved. 512.00 i Box 10. Herald. 216-li per acre. Good Terms. Three houses I steno-rapiicr aud seme cash to trade on Rood fan'M oOer month stat- I hoy. Collec- FOH rancli. 15.001) acres lion AgPIlcy, international Harvester at special price and terms. This is a j of c.UKJaa money maker for parties able lo i handle it. W. P. N'oison Company. WAN exncrientoi. n.- fi, q t TripiiiinnV nssisi In general housework and help SI..- bl. I.un.nugt iuepnon. !take Qf Hlgh Wage8i i no washing. Apply at once. .Airs. L. FOR KOR Covered rig wllh doors al. back. In good condition. Apply Valol. opposite Herald office, after ti p.m. at. til? 12th St. S. 214 'i 'of PROFESSIONAL CARDS .MASSAGE FOH sale of houso furniture Including piano in good con- SUPERFLUOUS 'HAIR dltlon. Apply 635 IQlll St. S. 2f> Case' steam trnntion engine. Would consider I MEDICAL ti-cvltnder in part payment, 13. t'. Keith. Hlllcrest.'Alberta. 2I-I-I; Apply Me- 213-II FUR about nine yeara old. 'Gentle end KQUHU. G'jod and saddle horse. Cheap for cash. Ap- ply 404 13lh SI. N. 213-0 cow. ileth; opposite KIpp, Alia. cottage oil Stli Ave. S. near ISlh. What have you got lo trade? Apply IJox 17, _ __ _ 214-6 POlT At" 'ifbarguiif "pf ice" for cash. One 37-42 Aultnian-Taylor son- urator. All belts, etc. in good shape. N.B. Kec. 111-7-19. Orval Dodiis. May- butt I'.O. HIM Very reasonable. Apply to 1-th K. M. Holmes graduate ol the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics Elec- trical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Room-1, Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i and Juno B. you arc olck and want to resalu health, ta'.ie apinal adjustments and set woll. Consul- tation free. Office in residence, 901! 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours a.ao to 6: 7 lo 9. Phone 1677. 145-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS Street. S. KOR family milch j cows. Apply 'It. Tarry, Dallas farm. Phone MOB. store building. Favorably located on corner 6th Avenue and 13th Si. N. Reasonable terms on sale or lease. Ap- ply 315 iitli St. S. or phone 711. fOIl ryiT's'eeif. "sacked" or in bulk Grown on summer-fallow and. Write or phono C. S. Noble, Nobleford. or through Rural, Leth- hridge. 206-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and 212-e j Maternity Homo. Sepclol rates giv- en or. application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 7-16. DECORATING FOR Snap, one chicken house x 12. cost SS5.00. one stable 14 i 22. lip roof, cost ?375.00. Both for cash. A. E Humphries, l-l) llth St., South 187-0 FIJI: acres highly im- proved. 600 acres in crop. Up-to-dat I Keel. 519 7th Su S __ _ 216-0 "Stationery iiouse, barn, staiiles, implement sheds, j engineer and mine blacksmith Win- granaries.- All buildings jiainted 150 j ter-s job. steady employment. Apply head horses and cattle, ifium liuirven- j Ofnce or phoiie' Taber. Kock ient to elevator two mlMn Snrinjis Coal and Brick Co.. Ltd. United States of America, or any other place or places iu Canada. Great Brit aiu or the United States as the Couni may by resolution direct, and such de- bentures may contain any clause pro- Wages good. Apply 1110. 3rd Ave. S. i Charter. anv, 416 5th Street So That the said debentures shall Alberta. Telephone 1214 uth, Lethbridge. 14. 212-6 be sealed with the seal of the City o Letnbridge and signed hy the Mayor and the City Clerk, and cyupons shall be signed by the City Clerk, and the ke himself Apply The j Frank Medley Drug Co., Lethbridge. 214-3 signatures of the coupons may be lithographed or engraved. 4. In addition to all other amounts, j there shall be levied and collected in I each year for thirty 1301 years during the currency of the said debentures on all the rateable property of the City of Lethbridge by special rates or rates sufficient therefor; the following sums for the paying of the interest on and for forming a sinking, fund for the debt created in :fespect of'each'of the different propositions respectively: Proposition sum of ?4GS.75 shall be raised annually to pay the interest and the sum of ?lfl7.05 shall be raised annually to provide a sink- ing fund to pay the debt. light housework. Apply to Mrs. A. Maloney, Experimental Farm. 215-B Xoth'C Of Judicial SalC Of j girl, to assist City Property. Pursuant to the judgment and final Order for Sale made in a certain ac- tion by the Judge in Chambers of the girlfor light housework. Goo'd wages. Apply SIS nth Ave. S. class saleswoman for dry goods and ready-to-wear. No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both in good condition. .1. B. Tiirney Co. 192-0 WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Puporhangeru and Painters; KJilsominins, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tim oldest established Paiuiers in Lethbridge. Res. Phoue U72; office phone 17G2. Hhorlock BWg.. Leth. briiise. Alta. FOR Hull imps from finest pedigree stock. A snap if taken, at once. Apply H. -Maxwell, 5th St. South" 2HM MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED To purchase second luuul car in good rtinning order. I-'ortl pro f erred, either ruuabout, or touring. Ap- ply Box 30. Herald. _ dn improved farm or city property. A. Lev- j itt, phone 517, Suite S, Stafford j block. ______ :i'lH-0 WANTED To buy some second hand furniture or would" buy the eniiro eon- tents of ;i furnished home. Apply Pox 33, Herald. __ 214-6 Cream. Apply .Edgehlfi Dairy, 801 7th Street S. Phone EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 431 Stli St. South, Lctlibridgti. Fall Term opening September 5th. Pres- ent hours: Day school. Sa.m.-i p.m. Night school: Monday and Thurs- day, 7.30-9.30 p.m. Regular Hours on and after 'Sep- tember 5th: Days, 9-12 a.m. and .p.m. Nights, Monday and Thursday, 7.30-9.30. Residence phone 1531 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL For Girls and' young Hoys. Craubrook. B. C. Pupilr; prepared for examin- ations. French iauguc by Parisienne, Excellent Music. Dancing and Draw- ing; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping. Com- fortable home. Wrlf.e for prospectus to Miss Charington, Headmistress. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY attention given to work from local firms. Will arrange on monthly bas- is. Board of Trade office, Gait Gar- dens. Hours 8.30 a.m. to ii p.m. WELDING Lethhridge. 215-0 ___ WANTED I have" "an auto and like an experiencotl auto driver to gu in with me and run u livery, j Kindly let me know on what condi- tions you would like to go in with me on. Apply Box Herald. L'14-U T1ON by Malcolm Young, auction' at the Court House, Lethbridge. al j___________________________ 12 o'clock "noon! on Saturday, the 9th. for dav of September, A.D. fol-I [amity. 6 miles north east of Leth lowing lands and premises: Lots bridge. Applv Mrs. Wm. Ingram. Box and 57 in Block "F" according to a i 4Si Lethbridgo or phone R. SI 5. 214-6 plan o( part of the City of Lethbridgo. on of record in the Land Titles Office for p m cJ Apply Uairy_ the South Alberta Land nhon-0 lgu Ave A s 215.fi. District as Plan 733-D Lethbridgc also WANTED TO RENT PurDlshed rooms for light housekeeping. About small j sept. 1st. Apply P.O. Box 150. 313-tt WANTED TO of eight', or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. tenants. Reply Box 85 post office. 204-0 WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anj-thing for sale. I will pay cash second-hand goods of any kind- (1) Propositiop For the purpose electrical system in the City of Lethbridge. office in the City of Lethbridge 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon on the Hth Day of September, A.D. 1916, and if requested shall appoint two persons tor sec----------- _____ Junk, copper, lead, old nibbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovlcb. 2nd Hand Stcrc, 3rd, Ave. S., or phone 1457. 202-52 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If-it's metal we can weld it. The piece will bo where- it iu welded. W. N. Kuth. 321 fith Street .South, next to Herald, 40-0 and Forgings welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 12GC 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison .Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH physlcll Surgeon, Accouchor. Houra p.m. OEfico 914 Third Aveiii Phono 1253, DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Nose al Throat; 115 Sherlock Dldg. OEflf hours evenings poiutmeut. Phonos.: Office 341, T sidenco 593. DBS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMi! 109 Sherlock Tolophones: Office 319; Realdenl 619. Office hours: 11 to 13 u. 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A. elclan, Surgeon, Acuouchor, 4th, Avenue North. Hours 1 to 7 to 8. Phone 476. CO- DENTAL DR. M. j. gradual of Royal College of Dental Surgeor Toronto, and holder of a Dominic Dental Certificate. Office: Rooit ,6 and S, Bryan Block. Phone 107 OR. L. T. (successc to Dre. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Room 8 ami 9, Macdomiid Block. Phon 1166, Lethbridge. Alta. DBS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and M< Glnre. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hlj inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. metz ber of Royal College of Surgeom (Eng. Licentiate Royal 'College c Physicians L.D.S. 190' Hours: Office: Higlnbotuam Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funera Director and Embalmer; also agen for the Somen-illQ Marble Gran) ite Works of Calgary. Office opp site Court House. Phono 561, tt sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1171 Open day and night 8. Y. ft Funerall Director. 803 3rd Avenue South I Phone 1802. Open night and day I MUSIC MISS AILflEN M. JONES, Playing and Theory. Supervision i H. C. C. Salmon, o? pupils sntere for tbe examination of the Roya Academy and Royal Collega of Mu sic. London, Sng. This year lOdj per cent, were Studk G23 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over] ten years' teaching Studio fully equipped with blacfc board keyboard, scale ladder, modu lating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th] Ave. A. South. 96- FARM PRODUCE good boa-rdiiiK house, private preferred, for school girl. Apply W. N. Maybee, co. N. H. Mur- City. 216-6 BALED, HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or seil- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods, F.'.p.. Kyde Co. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. idential part of the City. The terms of sale will be 15 per cent. I SS'OTICE TO cash at tbe time of the sale, 15 per i men on hand for harvest Apply Box 37, Herald. 213-0 TO RENT "FARMERS__We "Have rent a modern cotrage vnrk Phone your orders to J. Harris Co., Em- ployment Agents, Phone 1412. Leth- 209-0 per' annum. In all other respects the passing of this by-law and a like nurn- AND WHEREAS the amount of the assessable property of the Uty of Lethbridge according lo the last re- vised assessment roll is an'd tbe rateable proportion thereof is AND "WHEREAS the amount of the existing debenture debt of the City of Letttbfidge, exclusive of local im- provement debts secured by special assessment is and no part of the principal or interest there- of is in arrears. Now Therefore the City Council of -the City-of Lethfaridge, enact as 1. The Council may borrow on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the sum or sums of money required for any or all of the propositions herein- before referred to, namely: Proposition "A" the sum of Proposition "B" the sum of Proposition "C" the'sum of 2, That debentures ot the City of Lethbridge shall be issued for the sum or sums to be borrowed in one consecutive issue in such sums as may be deemed expedient, and shall have coupons attached thereto for the payment of interest and said deben- tures shall all bear the same date and shall lie dated and issued within two years after the final passing of this by-law, and he payable at the expir- ation of thirty (SO) years from the date of the Issue thereof. Such deben- tures may be expressed either in Can- adian currency or sterling money or both, in currency and sterling money of equivalent, value as provided by tbo resolution direct, and shall bear inter est at the rate of five, per centum per annum payable haif yearly, and aa to both principal and interest NOTICE Clerk of tbe Court. This by-law sliall take effect on j A oved- j- jennison, L.J.S.C. the day of the final passing thereof. 8- Tbe "votes of the burgesses duly qualified to vote on this by-law shall be taken on the 15th day of September, A.D. 1916, at the following places in the City1 of J-ethbridge between, hours of 9.00 o'clock m the forenoon UNDER THE'LAND TITLES ACT. and 8.00 o'clock in the afternoon, namely: (a) For that portion of the City "lying -Xorth of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the Gymnasium at Ihe corner of Thirteenth Street and Fourth Avenue North by H. Dawson. who is appointed Deputy Returning driver. Apply Central Cash Grocery, 111U 6th Ave. S. 214-0 stenographer for law office. Apply R, A. Smith, Roy- al Bank Building. 214-6 SITUATIONS WANTED have been commenced against you un- j -i M- f i cook- between 6 and 8 in der "The Land Titles Act' by Can- j .ngs or by fetter to 1418 2nd Ave. adian .Mortgage Association in respect f g th 215-0 Officer to take the votes. (b) For that portion of the City ,.-I it under a mortgage made by you to IB) For tnat poruon 01 me oily, tollowing property, namely lying South of the Canadian Pacific pourteen (14) according to a re- Hailway at the School on (14) 0, lots {ive ,5, and six (c, or bungalow on south side. Must bo.. in good condition. Possession Sept. 1st if possible. Family of three. Box Herald, Apply 216-3 To rent a furnished house.' Must be close in. Careful tenant. Would take lease. Apply Box S, Herald' SHOE REPAIRING SHOE for your shoe repairs. Work dona promptly. Orders called for delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avenue 'South. PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPP3, EXPERT.TUNER Blouk. Heated. Suitable for storage j purposes. W. F. Nelson Company, 41li 5th Street S. Telephone 1214. _____________212-G FO R e i gh t roomed house. Fully modern, fire furnace, cement basement, flower conservatory. per mpntli 'o the right party. Also furnished rooms for liglU house- keeping Apply 203 ah Avenue. S. Phone 603. 314-3 Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 "years' factory experience. Hon- hftria Certificate .M.T. Assn., L-ocdon, Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone'llfiS. J 1253 6th Ave. A. South. LOST AND FOUND Ben and John Davidson's residences, cast Ot' iloaldute A brown anil p.la'd steamer. I-MC. wool Hcwap.1 tor rot urn DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its beat Only the most, scientific methods applied without injury to Our work is sure to please you.' Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 32-1 Sixth Street Soutli. THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Re-opens Tuesday, September! 5th. Instruction' given in all branches I of music. Special classes for violin, I mandolin, banjo, guitar and other! smail instruments. Certified teachers.I European and Canadian examiners.) Terms moderate. Phone 7G5. H, McG. YOUNG, Mus. A.D.C.O. voice, piano and tV Normal courees, Boston, Techniquo-claviiir and tables usadl for hand culture in primary andl j.inior grades. Students advanced! for music exams if desired. A lim- ilod amount of teaching done piijjil's residence. Studio room 1, Al-l herta Loan Investment liuilding.l oth St. S., first door south of Or- pheum Theatre on and after Sept.l 1st. Residence Y.M.C.A. 216-01 AUCTIONEER GUNSMITHS NOTICE Would the lad who found my ice! axe on the road at pumping station and took it home to North Ward, Ittnth Street South by D. Sydal who fe B fe A R UiUibridge, POSITION WAN is appointed Deputy Returning Officer for j man, experienced to take the votes. ftEAU'a first i August, 1916. READ a second time the 16th day August, 1916. READ a third time and passed in in small lignite one calendar month, the mortgagee j mines and pitching seams, can work the ibin uay ol j hereby (iemands payment, and gives as miner also. Address Stephen Dix- S you notice of its intention to enter j on, -Macleod. Alta. 2i3-fi I into posses: office manager. Preferrabiy with grain firm or coal company. Bight years ex- please return it without delay. J. Bro- perience in chartered bank. Apply F. Watklns, Taber, Alta.___________215-6 mine fore- open Council this tember, A.D. 1916. day of Sep- .Mayor. City Clerk. NOTICE. is hereby given that the above is a true copy of a proposed by- law which has been introduced and which may be Council in the e possession oi the said lands. j running AXD TAKE 'NOTICE that'.if aucli ator by experienced man. Run several ifatilt continues for two months i seasons in Alberta. Address Box :J4, del from the date ,of publication of this j Herald notice, the mortgagee intends, to pro-1 ceud to sell the said land under the i !.pn provisions of "Tbe Land Titles Act." j AND FURTFIBR TAKE NOTICE that if such sale proves abortive and iuch default continues for six monihs from the payment, niention- ed in the said mortgage, the mort- 'ntcnds to to. the Regis- Ihe burgessea being obtained thereto, after one month from the first publi- Currency Act, as the Council may by j C4tlon thereof in the Lethbridge Dally finally namtpd hv the intends to apply to. me M of trar for an onKr for foreclosure. AND FURTHER TAKE 'NOTICE that publication of Notice will be deemed to lie sufficient service of Notice of the said proceedings under such ;the order of Ihc Registrar dated 19lh of August, W16, anu that upon the Herald newspaper and that date of date and at the jiJac'ea fixed for the j may be made payable at the Banfc of j taking the votes of the burgesses, the lUonlrftal in. London, England, or at -i voting thereof will he between the chief office of Ihe said bank in the the houra a.m. and 8.00 p.m. City of Torqnlo, the City of Montreal or the City of in tiie Dom- jlnion or Canada or at the tftief office of :'the. said hank in the City of New Jork in the State ol New York In the RUSSRL OLIVER, City Clerk. August, 1916. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta Uiis ISth day of August. 1916. MCDONALD AND TIGHE, M. Solicitors for Mortgagee. Have you tmoktd "Noblemen" Cigars Kansas Oitj a park liuiy? exciuRtvL'ly tor wolrieu. ____ _________ am repairing and overhauling engines and separators. IS years experience and guarantee my work. My prices are reasonable. Apply Ed. Anderson, Stirling. n-Hj on steam rig. KTcperictnced. Alberta pap- ers for threshing season. Wife would also cook on outfit, Apply Box. 39 Herald. 2J2-G Situation by good', clean. economical cook, either on large threshing outfit or camp. Any number of men. Apply Ho; 9fi, 214-6 WAN fT: S ft Viat i on and threshing outfit man to run sop-, arator and wife to cook on car. Fifteen- years experience ntnning separator and wife a pood cook. Would take a contract stookinK, Wife to cfiojt ifor men until thresh ing starts. Ple'ast1 answer stating Box No. Herald. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys mads, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phoue 1032, 407 5th St. H. 132-0 .ELECTRICAL VSUPPIIES v.r I TRjCAL WORK I .L. Co I HONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City I Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in-1 tending Belling their farm stock and I implements, it will be to your la-1 terest to consult me as to terms, etc, I Write or phone 1026. Residence 14211 6th Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you contemplating an auction tale o! your fanning stock, or household goods and. consult Frank Waddinaton, Loth- bridge, who will give you eipon service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, UIM1TEB, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG-, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managert) Rendencs 365. Accountant's residence 1763. Inspectors at. Lethbridge, Coaldale. Raymond and Magrath. All hay paid, for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually -you. will Melt yourself for not selling your hay to w. Why not- now? 00 YOU BURN CDfll? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take curu of all orders, PHONE 125O The quality Is the best Delivered, ton At Mine 3-25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS PH Money to Loan W. F. NELSON f, CO, Alberta Loan Block, LethbridEC. RUBBER STAMPS .Mode In Lethbridge by Htrald Job Department. Phono 1253. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Acadia Building, 3rd Avo. S., Lethbridge. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything in Accountancy, Au- dits, Investigations, Books kept, or written-np' for Firms and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mlniag, Manufacturing Wholesale and Retail.Accounting. Hesident Partner, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Charterer1. Accountanf. ;