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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO .THE,.XErH^lUDGR. OAlLY. HEBAli) , m JMONPAY,:bECEMBER 9,;: HE HERALD COVERS IpE SOUTH C6UN^ LIKE A BLANKi^- litteified AdVertitcinente lor This Page Most Be in Office hy 11.3Cia.m. to Appter |he Same 0^^--^2^c an inMrtioB^itMr 25 i^forik or leik-^ix Timei thePrjce of Foiir. MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. ^CANADA LAND^ IRRl* GATION COMPANY, LTD. LOST AND FOUND LOST-WJllithe party who was seen picking up a club bag on the corner of 4th Ave. and 4Ui St south, leave It at Singer Sewing Machine Office and receive reward. , 299-0 UNDS n� laBda sn IB tli� Olttrict Kctween ReUaw and MedtelB* Rafaud nortli �nd adJaeeBt to ;tbe Old Van aad Boutk Satk- atcfiewan riven. Thaae landa are to Iw plaiv d on the market at a r*aaoB' hla valuatloik Tne Compiipy la lookin.; for bona Uda lettlm. We would be pleased Co have ron Isapect ovr , 2aiidi^;.ProapectiTe pnrebaaera . akoafd make alT inqatrlae dlreet ^ ihtough the compaar** oMIce at .Medicine Hat We have ait ontaide avenelea- and pay so comminloBt. LAND OEPARtMCNT CANADA LAND &IRRI. , GAUON COMPANY, LTD. ;-Bex 877 .  Pfiena 248* I , M.EOICINE HAT. AUBERTA I>OST-Left on'Ooildale road Just east of Mr. Kerr'a farm, one Garth six-ton jack, marked; A reward will be paid for return of-same to Lethbridge Motors. Limited...... . , 29S-0 LOST-Saturday evening,- a' ladies hand embroidered night gown, between business centre and iSth St. south. Finder please return to Herald Of&ce. 306-1 STRAYED-To my farm at Trti'llson Siding on October 20th, bay'.mare, white strip on face and white right hind foot No visible brand. About ISOO lbs. Write Geo. D. Murdock, P. O. Box 622, city. 300-6 Have been received Kt the following box niimbei^s 'Bild >are waiting to bo called-for*-;' 17; 18, 30, 31, 39, B6, eO.'ei, 79. * > � � SITUATIONS VACAJ^g^ (Wh�n Rcplyini ]tt�nU- Houaekeeper, muat.^W good plain Cook. Apply.Box IS.tUaial ond City. 1; -> 2�7-#:i^' WANTED-Maid tor generalv .kd ,. work. Apply Mrs. P. #Lewi8, 1607, ^th Ave. S. v;*; 803-^6 general' TO Rlip tThen Rep)yln� Ueintttiiai'' Th� Hral& TO RENT-Semi-moaorn flve?*ooine(i cottage, 110.00. per mftnth-,---^li�iy> 530 12th St. B. north. 301-6 TO KENT-^Store to rent comer 4th Ave. and 11th St. South. Apply Ter-rill Floral Co.  236-0 LOST-One black and one bay mare, both branded on left thigh both 2 j^ars old. flO.OO reward for Information leading to recovery. Apply W. O. Borton. Stirling. . 302-6 LOST-On Blue Line, small red leather, pdcketbook, containing ?5 gold piece In form of breast-pin and small change. W. O. and 1880 were two of initials and date on coin. Apply Box 50. 303-6 TO RENT-Comfortably furnished room. Apply 301 6th Ave. A.'south. 305-1 FOUND-Between Macleod and Broc-kett, on the Piegan Indian Reserve, man's fur cap. Owner can have same by calling at government offices, Sherlock Block and paying for Oils ad. 304-3 TO RENT-Two unfurnlBhed rooms with heat, iwater and llgUt; also free use of phone. Apply 21? 2nd Avenue south. ^ - ^ � ^"^r"^ TO RENTV-A nlne-fooniltfTiouse'suitable for party to rent, light housekeeping suits, with gas-inSlWledi Ap-ply 303 5th Ave, south. ^ . .:304-6 "I'D RENT-Large furhishe^ ' housekeeping room, suitable for light'housekeeping, with gas. close in. Apply 515 7th St. south. . 305-1 .WANTED-Girl for ,________ work. Gas in furnkee hnd rangofi ply 410 12th St A,, aonth. S^-.v^, WJVISTTED-A youriS girl about r^lft; yeais of age for mbtlier's help. Apply 944-IB^h. St south.  ,. 305-6 wa^^I'PBl>-yo^lig- girl, toiasslst with light ^housework'. Ripply- Mrs. n. Mc-Kinnon, Demonstration 'Farm, Clares-holm.;Alta. . . 301-6 Wanted-Help, either young girl or woman to help with light housework. Apply 2S3 14th street north. Phon6 1595. 301-6 TO RENT-Partially furnished slx-rooined house for three months. Gas for � heating and cooking. . Piano. Phone 1892. or apply 721 3rd St. south. 302-6 jLOST-In Raymond, a collie dog, black with yellow spots and yellow strip on forehead, short tail, and coV lar. ' Finder please notify the owner, Box 917 Lethbridge, Alta., and receive reward. 30.5-B FOR SALE dOOO -AGREa or-^aalhg land,; all fenc-ied, iilenty:of water., A snap to right party. We have over 2,000,000 feet of good lumber for sale, ranging from (6x6 to 12x12, and 40 foot lengths. Price |25 ter thousand. Money to loaa on good farm lands. V THE T. M. HUFF INVESTMENT CO.j ROOM 10 ALBEflTA BLOCK, CETHBHIDGE, - - ALBERTA 296-12 FOR SALE-.(MiscelIaneoiu> fWhen ;R�pljnnB litenUon Tfta Serald) FOR SALE-Player piano; the best made, in rich mahoaiiny finish, come In and hear It Price 1550.00 with terms to suit Mason and RIsch. Balmoral Block.  305-1 PIANO-In \ first class condition. |l45.00. Easy Terms. Willis Piano .Store, Hull Blo'ck, 3rd Ave. S. 303-6 LOST-flO reward for information leading to recovery of chestnut mare b!?ized face, weight about 1050 lbs., brand on left hip, has a chunky brown sucking colt, O. T, Lathrop, City. Phone I^oTof^SO.' . 303-12 TO RENT-Warm, comfortable fur-nlshed room, close In. Private family. Apply 322 ,6th Ave. souUi. Phone 1217. 301-6 WANTED-Harness maker, must be good at- repairing. State wages ira-auired.' C. B. Collier, Carmangay,; Alta. \ � ' 502-A SMISCILLANECpS WANTS WANTBDr-I-have on� outflt and am '{prepared to do any kind 6t teamiag in- town or country. Apply C. Johin-.HOn,- Phone 670, Lethbridge. ' SO^e WANT;BD TO BUY-A moJern C-rooin ed: cdttage, south sIdS f preferable. Bt*t^>prlo6 and terms Inflrst lettai'; :Aepiy Box 9, Her^ld. . . 30S-r6 kWANTBD-Best prices on car of green iJCead or,'Upland bay; also one and a. half tpjli' of chicken feed wheat A.Q. Mcgiiriine. Moyle, B.C. 30C-J-6 WANTED-Two girls to work In dining room, also one woman for "tip-stairs w'qrfc. i^pply" commandant Frank Sanitarium, Prank, Alta. 306-6P BOYS->VANTED TWO BOYS to learu printing and press work. Ajjply Herald Job Departments 305--0 WANTED-Capable girl or woman for light housework.,: No coal used, cooking and heating done by gas. Apply at once to Mrs, U Keel,-519 7th St South. - , 296:0 TO RENT-Frame building behind Conybeare Block, suitable fbr workshop. Apply to Conybeare,. Church, McArthur and Davidson. 301-6 WANTED-^Experlenced flour packer night and day shift, 46c an hour, steady work guaranteed. Apply Macleod Flouring Mills, Macleod, Alta. . 300- -Boakkeepln�[, Stetioijraphy arid "Typing'" Expert .work ' at" your odrivenltihce. H. L^e, Room F, Hull Block. jPione �Q7._209-0 WANTED-Party to take over kltdh>8n ^'--^ ">oQnj of the Windsor hotel, ^unity for right party. Mrs. _irgnaon, Legsee. 303-6 WANTED TO BUY-^A Pord tOpmUst be Ih good condition. State price and wherA.^t can be*seen to Box 36 Herafd. . _ 302-6 WANJBD.TO BUY-Cottage or Bma\l bouse. Party to consider two lota well located oh north^side, value $600. Probably the balance In cash. Full partlciilarB to Box l38. City. 302-6 WANTED TO BUY-� to 50 head two year old'steers In fair condition, beet breeds only. Write full details and price asked. Geo, B. Thompson, 2402 Sharp Ave., Spokane, Wash. 299-25 TO RENT-Storage spaca for all kinda' ot goods. Hates reasonable. Saunders Hay a^d Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phono 732. STRAYED-Prom Diamond City, white gelding mine pony, short mane and tall, branded on left hip SITS' Bay gelding mine pony, short mane and tail, branded 4 V__ on right shoulder, also on right hip 8 N. $20.00 reward for return to Trusts and Guarantee Co., Diamond City. 295-0 ! TO RENT-Private house, owner leaving city, will lease all or arrange downstairs and upstairs separately. Dowsley Land Agency. ' Phone 1S09. 283-0 TO RBNT-^Purnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, single or double rooms, modem conveniences, close in. Apply 320 7th St south. 'Phone 1789. � - 301-6 MR.- ara you sausfled with your present liviag quarters? If not go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself tlK benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low." 'Jar, 4th Arc, and lOth St, S. Phone 547 FARM LABOR-We supply taiTO ers with eJperlBacefl help. A number of men are now on the ground watt-Ing for work., Wire or phoM, the Beasley Emplpyment Agency, 110 6tb St. S.. Lethbridge. phone 545. S5-0 PEACE WORK-'At war pay guaraiK teed for three years. Knit urgently needed socks .'for us on the fast, slm pie Auto-Knitter. Full particulars today. 3c stamp. Auto-ICnitter Co.. Dept C, 79; 607 College Street, Toronto. K FARIVIERS. AND FARMERS' SONSI DON'T REMAIN IDLE THIS WINTER! STJEtAYBD-Between Foremost and Cowley, 1 two year old dark brown horse; also 1 one year old light bay horse. Both branded on left tCTM__ neck. Reward of $10.00 each HS j 'TO RENT-Suite of two offices, fac-for information leading to re- ��i j ing Lethbridge Hotel, ?1S.00 per month covery. Otto Iridale, Groton, Alberta.''-'-''- i--. -- Learn Gas Tractor ann Automobile engineering in your ^pkre time, at HEMPHILL'S MOTOR feCHOOLS of Lethbridgio, 308 2nd; Aye. south; Re-glna. Salskatoon,. Ednionton, C^lgayy, Winnipeg, Vancouver, B.C., 'it 'P6*rt-land,; Ore., ^ 278-^0 ""^ LISTINGS OP FORD ANb CHEVROLETS "PALACE GARAGE Phone 1837. Auto Exchange. w ,__: 294-0 WANTED TO TRADE-640 acres of land under: cultivation 2 1-2 miles from good town, f* good city prop-.erty, auto garage or business proposition preferred. Apply Box 12 Herald. ;  305-6 PRQJESSIONAL CARDS TAL DBNTIST GBAB-.^ege oi'.Dental Sur^ ,_d holder ot. a Dom-ii0ertlfloate.i, .Office: Block. Phbne 1071. DR. M. J. a ' uate of vgeoilB To., inion D^i rooms B-& ' DR. L. T. ASliM-UBNTIS'f. (SUC-oeasor to in|;;^e^ Graduate';bfyumvflraltyot;-*laryiand. RooB)^* �'.i!t|)iBbbkld Block. Phone ^liae 752. OUlcos: Union Bank ButWllig. 158-0 MtDICAL DR. W, D. CAkPBELU. DENTIST, graduate of Chicago College ot Dental Surgery. Rooms 6 and 7, Shep-pard Block, Phohe 1606. 260-0 CHIROPRACTOr.8 SMITH & BMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take �plual adjustments and get welL Ottlce Ut residence, 903 7th Ave. S., Qppoaito Model Bakery, hours 9.3d to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1velght 1,000 lbs.,' left Cameron ranch in September. A reiward of $25.00 per head will be paid to any person returning to the Noble Foundation, Ltd., Nobleford, Alta. 303-6 NQTIJCE PIANO SNAP-Upright, in walnut case, used a very, .short time, in first-class condition. Price $290.00. Terms arranged. Heintzman & Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, care Armstrong and Raw-orth. 304-G XMAS PIANO BARGAINS UPRIGHT PIANO, one of America's best known makes, rosewood case, fully guaranteed. Prltjii $175.00, terms to. suit. Heintzman & Co., Ltd., Leth-Irtdge, care Armstrong and Raworth. I: 304-6 KQRSALEWHATYOUNEED ^; City Second Hand Store New and Second Hand FURNITURE A specialty. We buy, sell, exchange, lend mduQy on goods, and rent type-wrlteri!.' 406 5th Street south. Phone 1428 or 768. 301-0 Jew MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? *5aie.Hudson's Bay Co. Js. giving ^way a $100.00 Victory Bond for the'nearest" estimate." >7n WHEREAS,--A.-F. Dupllsia I^ Indebted to the undersigned in the sum ot Three Hnndped and Fourteen Dollars and Twenty-Eight Cents, ($314.28) for ^york done and material supplied in the repairing of a gasoline traction engine, and three months have elapsed since the said sum ought to have been paid, and defahlt has been made in payment thereof. NOTICE is hereby given that at Ten A.M. on the eleventh Day ot December, 1918, at tbe office of the Lethbridge Iron Works. Company, Limited, namely, 120 1st AveniJe, South, Lethbridge, the said,gasoline traction engine will be sold by public auction. Dated at Lethbridge, - Alberta, this Twenty-Sixth Day of November, 1918. THE LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS Ad P COMPANY, LTD. TO RENT-.4., ten-roomed rooming house, fully equipped with furniture, etc. Individual gas heaters in each room. Rooms could be used for light house keeping. Centrally located. Going concern. Rent $40.00 per month. Parties will sell furniture at a reasonable price. For particulars see Patterson, McKlnnon -'and Bell, Union Bank Building, Lethbridge. ' 305-6 ;.et^- .1 FOR SAVE-250,tpns^ go.od No.l alfalfa 2960i hay. Purnisfi Walei" and parture'-fbr -""'feeding stock. 'A'pplV'- MOrriU Bros., Coaldale, Alta. 301-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE '�v\"hen ReplyiPB Mention" Th" Teraiai HOUSES FOR SALE-We believe that we have a listing of :every good buy in houses for sale In this city. We have had 11 years' experience. Dews-ley Land Agency. 246-0 FOR SALE-Oaa first class pure bred Berkshire boar, with .papers. Can be delivered after Dec.'.isth. Write Box 148 Lethbridge, or phone R-508!.303-5c FOR SALE-Pedigreed Shorthorn bull, 3 years old; heai of ;our herd. Two registered Berkshire boars, 2 years old; ready for service. Lathrop and Delany. R-709. Phone Delany, 300-6 FOR SALE-No. 1 balled alfalfa hay $27.00 per ton at my farm, seven miles east oi; Lethbridge, between north and south Coaldale-. roads. G, H. Hutts. 302-6 M MALE HELP 500 MEN WANTED TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING At Hemphill's Government Licensed chaitt of Motor Schools. We teach by actual practice to.operate and repair Automobiles, Tractors and Stationary Engines. Our Free Employment Of-[^ce win help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic, truck driver or tractor engineer, at' $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Wo&ilarful demand for Gas-Mechanics and Engineers.'. Day and evening classes now on. Enter any time. We also teach oxy-acetylene welding, and steam vulcanizing. Call aroijjid and ^ china closet; sojid cast brass hardware; lined throughout with Plaxllnum. No trouble in showing it to you. Call at any time. D. Hage, 627 lOth St south. 2'97-0 UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on application. Special . quotation c.i large quantities. Sample at our office. . � '��y "'N^-'- HARRIS A'RdSSITER,-120 5th St. s; 5- V Phone 1442'' SITUATIOI^WANtECI^ FRACHE BROS. For Floral Deslgna Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthemuma and other seasonable flowers. Fiee delivery to any part of the elty. 229-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ~ THIRD / Floor Post Office Building. Phonn 701. Office hours 9 to 5; Saturday'9 to 1 p.m. 168-0 WANTED-By woman with two children. Work on farm "or ranch. Apply Box 37 Herald, ' ' : ,??7-0 FOR QUICK SALE-Only four miles from city limits, adjoining jail farm with 80 acreS' waterright 138 acres broken last spring. No buildings. School on same quarter. Price $80.00 per acre. $4,637.00 cash, balance C. P. R. agreement 19 years to run at 6 per cent Apply J. Rozler, P. O. Box 725. . 30.5-6 js something you should not be withpyt. See us at once, .^k \  Money to loan on Improved Farm Land. �1 mm '1VIURCHIS0N BROS.. GEDDES & BRADEN 830 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, PHONE 1608. 298-0 FOR SALE 320 acres prairie land, 3; 1-2 miles from elevator, $14.00 per acre. $1.00 per acre cash, balance half crop payment   160 acres � irrigated land :n6ar Lethbridge. Full water right. Fenced and all under cultivation. $60.00 per acre. Reasonable terms. 5,000 acres, highly Improved farin, near elevators. In good district. $46.00 per acre. Terms arranged. F. B. RpSS i CO, Rconri. 8, Alberta Block. Phon/e 603, 403-0 WANTED-Pcsition,.atf housekeeper on farm. Apply Mfs.' ShowerpT-jgo'al-dale, Alta. PhoneR-212V , ' �300-6 WANTED-By elderly lady wlth^two children, work of any kind on farm or ranch. Apply Box 80, Herald. / , 297-0 WANIjpD-Position by widow with store and book-keeping experience, open for immecllate engagement Ap- plyJBox 17 Hwald. '__J___291-0 WA.NTED-By" hfgh, school ^graduate with over three years business experience, poBltion in, road office . or warehouse. Best references. Apply Box 48 Heralil. 297-Ox BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles'tor sale. All makes ot bicycles repaired. A larga stock of accessories on hand, D. E. McDonald, Qua-smith and Locksmith, 6th Street S. opposite Herald Ofllce. 62-0 WATER LOCATOR WATER LOOATBD-^1 CAN LOOATD water tor you. Chargea 120.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 6th Avd. A. Scutb., Lethbridge, Phone 1547. >07-0 undertaking WANTED-Position in ojflco, store, or warehouse by first class accountant 10 year.s experience with chartsr-ea accountants. Open for engagement at once. Apply Box 6 Herald. .303-6 FOR EXqgANGE T, S. PETTBRLY, LEADING FUNBR at director and licensed embalmer, motor-or liorae drirea bearea. Parlors . opposite Coiirt Bouse' .Office phone 661, residence phono 1176. Open day and nigbt._; - MACKAY & BBL^i-Funeral direc-tors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence 803\ 3ra Ave. S. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn edulpment Always open. ACGGUNTAOTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY S-6 Acadia Building (South) DRS. GALBRAITH AND' LYNN , Office 914 third Ave., S., Lethbridgi HOURS: Dr. Galtiraith ------ 1-8 p.i Mon., Wed., Frl., .......... 7-8 p.i Sundays 7'8 p.m. and by appoint j^iont, Lynn ..............11-13 _ '.:............. 86 p,ts!| , Tuias., Thars., Sat......,...7-8 p.m ; Sundays 2-8 aild by appoint iiiBnt Offlcfl telephone 12S3: Dr. Lynn Res phono 699* � 1,' Dr. ORS.fieVBffBil, CAMPBELL, ROY. , CRAGG & BRYANS. , Office Royal Bank Bulldtog. Office hours 1:30-3 pm.; 7:3ff-8:30 p.m. Phons 606. CONNOR, McNALJLY & LBPOH �-Otflcc, 109 Sherlock Block. Tela-phones: Office 319;? Residence oil. Dr. Connor. 619:v'residence ot-Dr. 1 Leftch, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12. a.m.; 1,30 to 3.30: 7 to 8 pjn. "5;u^'^^^�^-^-^t- ^OSB ft Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg; Office hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by ap' polntriient Phones: office 841; res-IdencQ 593. DR. p. W. TULLER-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms a Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.j 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; residence 419 8th-St S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. E. LOVERING. Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equipment Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1.3 and 7-9. Telephone nay and night 1241). 296-0 music MRS. H, H. JOHNSON, L. A. B, Contralto. \ Teacher of Singing,' 1265 Sixth Ave. A. 3, 225-28 MISS AILBBN M. JONBS-r-Plahatorta Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent ol pupils entered for tbe examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collegtf of M'jibUi,, Ion-doh, Eng., last year were succcssfnl Studio. 628 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TBACHBK of Piano, Harmony and TheoTy. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped ivritb black* board, keybourd, scale ladder, mod-alatlng board, etc. Studio 122616th Ave. A. South. 612 Third Avenue Business Cards (Continued) SPIRELLA CORSETIERr.E Appointments: Made Phone 320 ; MRS. MARTIN, Suite 69, Dominion Block. 259-0 ^L^,ANIN6-AND dveinq JOSEPH BANNER-Pupil ot the Virgil Piano School, London England, . gives lessons in piano playing, sing-.| iQg "Italian Method", organ playlngl aiid theory. Special Piano Technique! Course--This ; m^qta ,iha,. requlrs-mentk ot those who have drppped their ^lusic; those who have, not .had the opportunity of laying a good foundation. and th^se who wish tol increase their technique and power| ot interpretation. Young;children^ and beginners of all ages carefully^ taught Address 1105 11th St south. Phone 1553. . EYES TESTED J.MHEMDERSON-SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a S>pecialty Office at Wricjlifs JtwdUry Store Hours 10 to 12 2to5p.m. DANCINQ THE VALEt; 7SPECIALISTS. IN French -Pry Cleanlrig. Our process eliminates danger of injury to gar ments.' Only the highest class work tumied odt'Ndi' dyeing, immediats attphUon Isv'glV^b :to cbUntry orders. 324 6th Street^ Soutb. Phone 1812. ' LOO SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING; Repairing and alterations well dons at reasonable t.-iceb We call for and dellved goods. 410 6tb Street SoWth Pbone 634 . 261-30 DEbORATINQ WELLINGTON BROS,-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. 'ebe oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Bldg.^ Leth-bridge. Alberta.__i A. MEADS-'PAINTING, DECOR AT-Jiig and PapBrhahglng. Phone 690.' Oil 8th Ave, S. 117-0 PGR DECORATING, painting and pa^ perhanging, see ,S. Whitalcer, 612 7th St. S., Phbne 1820. Estimates given. Best materials "used. FOR UP-TO-DATE house sign and car painting see The Home Decorators. G.  T,^ DrInkall. Manage", next to Herald Office. MISS GLADYS ATTRBB is resuihing her classes of ball room and classical dancing at the Y.M.C.A. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 4th and 5th at 4.15 p.m. Write 113 A. 8th Ave. W., Calgary. , 239-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Lethbrldgs Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwrltlng,. Bookkeepltg, and all Comtndrcial Subiects.'' ' Office Phone 1315 ' Residence Phone of Principal 1581, Write for Full Ipformatlon. , PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-^MRS. 'VAn Haarlem's Private HosplUl and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenuo So^th. Phone 746. . . v PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, JaXpklRT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ. Repairer; 20 years' factory, experience. Ho� ours Certificate M.T. Assn., LoBdon. i England. References to tbe l^adlBRj musicians ot the "city. Ph, 611 4tb Ave, GUNSMITHS QUNtJMITHS .& LOCKSMITHS-Ganf?! barrels straightened, gobs restbok-'| od, gun work done by a gunsmiU^i keys made, l6cks repaired, blcyblf-* typewriters, phonographs, any 111 machinery repaired, lawn moww sharpened. D. B. Macdonald, ludlanj Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. Street opposite Herald Office. VUUCANiriNG WE- UNDERTAKE TORBPAIR WnY-| thing in the rubber line. Any s'**-tire. Promptness and quality giiar-^pteedi We aim to please. Cbarges on ouVof town work paid oite/'^ay, i Don't throw away that old tire be- 'tore you see us. It mar be worth fixing, ;Pree aJr oh tbo curb- Lethbridge Vulqanlilng^Wolrlss, B. CbaPr lln. Prop., 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1664. 148-0 ;