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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1918 ^____ HERALD'S CIRCULATION tESTERDAt Clirifirt AdverlMements fpr Thi� Page Mu�t Be in 0|^ce by 1,1,30 a.m., to Appear the Same Day.~~^2Sc air ntertioi^ for 25 words or iMfrr^u; Time^ for the Price of Four. TO RENT 6,1 3 5 MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND ft IRRl^ NATION COMPANY, ] LOST Am FOUND (When RepWn� Mfntlon Th* Kgrald) LTD. ACRES DRY and IRIHIiltBLF UNDS Tha lands arc In Uie dlitrtet etveen Retlaw i and Hadiclaa tiBt, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saak-atcijewSn riyera. Theae iandt are to be pUo-ad on tbe market at a reaaon-able valuation. The Company !� looUInu for �ona fide tettlers. We would ta tilaliaed to baTe y-On wiilteliine car, a smaii purse on Tuesday afternoon. Phono 1077. 3-2 When RBPlylns �Mention^TSi LOST->fearty new Goodyear tire, 30x 3 1-2, on Coulee Road. Finder kindly leave at Ford Garage. 2-6 U3ST-?70.00, between O. P. R. depot and customs house lohby. Finder please return to Express Office and receive liberal reward. 306-6 LOST-Left on Coaldale road Just east ot Mr. Kerr's farm, one Garth six-ton jack, marked. A reward will be paid for return of same to LethlJridge Motors, Limited. 29S-0 LOST-Neai- 16th St. N. Heavy travelling robe, McKenzie Tartan. Initials M. B. in corner. Finder please return to A. B. Hunter, 412 12th St. B. north and receive reward. 3 " TO RENT-Light houSepltfplng rooms. Apply_213^5th AxeiW^jp^y' ^ TCfUKNT-A 4;-reom^d�'Mttage, semi-modern. Apply i>^;Mt-^tV. south. 4-3 To- RENT- Fiiftli^aefl � lyjartment. Heat, light and tel(JBlibne.i,/; No children. Phone 1505: f 306-6 TO^IJENT-Large furnished,  comfortable Toom. Apply 301 6th; AverA. .south. ^  * TO "liENT-Store to,j�eht Wtn?^ 4th Ave. and 11th St SoaBi.- Apply Ter-rill Floral Co. '; . - 2S6-0 LOST-$10,00 reward for information leading to Uie recovery of one roan 2-year-old steer branded 6 H on left hip. Fred E. Dannatt, Warner, Alia. 4-6 LOST-In Raymond, a coUie dog. black with vellow spots and yellow strip on forehead, short tail, and collar Finder please notify the owner. Box 917 Lethbridge, Alta., and receive reward. 305-6 LOST-On Friday evening at the carnival, diamond shaped black Onyx ring with one pearl. Reward for return to The Simpson Co., Ltd., Lethbridge. LOST-Solid gold wrist watch.* on Fridav, believed to have been lost between 608 5th Ave. S. taking blue line car to 7th Ave. north. Finder please return to Herald Oifice and r^ ceive suitable reward. *-6 STRAYED-From Diamond City, white gelding mine pony, short niane and tail, branded on left hip Bav gelding mine pony, short [mane and tail, branded 4 V bn right shoulder, also on ngh 8 n. $20.00 rewa.- ^ leading to recovery. Trusts and Guar-, 29o-0 $10.75 PER ACRE FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY go ACRES in Tp. 5, Rge. 14, West 4th, 800 of which are. good arable latid, balance excellent grazing. SEE trS'at once if interested. This | il a HEAL SNAP. TO RENT-A nine-roomed-bb'tisTe"suit-abl 0 for party ' to, rent llgtiUiV.ho.use; keeping suits, with gas installed." Apply 203 5th Ave. south. ; 304^6 TO ItEirr-^toFage space lof all kinds of goods. Katea reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Pj^one 732.... TO~RENT-r^PrivaTe ho�se, e>Y'nerTeaT ing city, will, lease all, orv arrange downstairs and tipstaira"- Separately. SITUATIONS VACANT (When R�plyl{�B ^Inntion Tht^H�r�M> WANTED-Glrl toTierp with house": work. Apply 416 13th St. aoulh. 306-0, wltlFhb WANTED-Olrl to lielp y/brk.,, Apply 809 Gthlr The Simpson Cp..,^td.  306-^-0. Bo plain codklng. No washinjf. Appl Mrs. Brymner, 652 Uth St .South. 3-b WANTEI>-Glrl for., general house work. Gas hi furiiac^ a^nd '�^*,^;,^^' plv 410 12th St. A. south.' 295^ WANTED--A, young girl about 16 veai-s ot age for mother's help. Apply 944 13th St south. t.^.i^flZ!! Dowsley Land^ Agency. WANTED-^AT ONCE, , . .. Apprentice for hair dressing and massage. V^pply Ladiea Contort; Rooms. No. 1, Hull Block. _306-0 ^ALBfi TENDERS will be received itH.^Don on Thursday,ithe 19th ot � ir, by H. 'M. MWhlddlugton, It, 101 Sherlbcic Building. Ige, for the erection of a one-amo school, dituiitad 4 miles Bt^rCardston. " ^ :f ....Fiaisand speciacattonamay be ob-tliine'd. froni the Architect on payment oraj'deposlt ot $5.00. An accepted cheque for 6 per cent, ot the :amount of the.t^der to be Enclosed therewith. A| T#;ibw*St-tfr' any Render will i�'ot 'ftMiiSriiy^'be'accepted. ' ' ^he >]tlennonites are not tendering. R. H\ ROBERTS, ' Ad'Z... _ Official Trustee. OR.'id. J A IBSON-DBN1 jpyal Cotlege of _ ,, _^ roato and holder o|* IXinl- ----, _^tal -CiorUfloat*. Wio*'. rootoy.'jSg; Bryah Block. Phono 4071. seoni Inlon' WANTED TO RENT (W.hi>n,.-R*pl.yl'H Mention. Thf> .fTer�ia WANTED-Private: gentleman wants; steam' heatbd; close m. Apply Box ,55 Herald. 806-� WANTEID TO RENT-For three or tour months, furnished rooms or small house noar school. Family of four. State rent asked. C. Kamp, Foremost,' Alta. ' , 2-6 present living quarters? If not go up to the "Y" today and see for youraalt the beueflU and privileges awaiting you there. .The rates are low. "or. 4th Avo. and 10th St. S. Phone, 547 TO .RENT-Front suite in Klrkham Block, living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette, gas stove. Apply at once to J. S. Kirkham, Phones lOSp or 573, or apply Room- 1 ICirk-harh Block. 1-S TO RENT-Suite of two offices, facing Hotel, $18.00 per month including light heat and hot and cold water. Ready for occupation Dec. 1st. Suitable tor doctor, denUst, etc. Apply J. D. Higiabotham. 2960 WANTED-Experienced girl or woman for general housework, cooking and heating done by gas. "V _ per month. Apply immediately to 51J 7th St south. 1-" WANTED TO RENT-Quarter or halt section ot land with good house and buildings, must have water and be wiUiln distance ot railway, either with or withbut stock and implements, or may rent from 60 to 100 acre^ ot irrl-Wages $40 \ gated land, possession April tot 1919. � ""'Apply Box 72, Herald. 1-6 KAKM LABOR-We can supply tamers with exporieaced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 6tfa St S.. InethhrldBe. phone 548.  95-0 rent-^A ten-roomed rooming house, fully equipped with furniture, 8"n"'V'o"oO "reward for informaUon I etc. Individual gas heaters in each WANTED-Men and women for organizing and selling Pictorial War History. Canadian and world authors -Who have been in the fighting. Positively largest Salary or commission. Act quickly.^ John Hertel, Limited, 18 antee Co., Diamond City. STRAYED-Between Foremost and. Cowley, 1 two year old dark brown horse; also 1 one year old light bay horse. Both branded on left neck. Reward ot $10.00 each for information leading to re-coveiT- Otto Iridale, Groton, Alberta^ room. Rooms eculd 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, McKinnon and Bell, Union Bank Building, Lethbridge. 30o-6 299-9 LAND FOR SALE Replying Mention Th� Hetaia> , FOR'SALE==?37.50 per acre buys lou inrrR=( extra good land, lies fine, no WILSON AND SKEITH sand, heavy chocolate soU. Real Estate. Insurance. Loanc* i been broke this spring and disced Phone 1343. Sherlock Block. ^ ! -^^^ ^^^^ Fenced. Wilson �Sidlng i district. Reasonable terms ' ^yen Dowslev Land Agency. 29o-0 FOR^All--(MisceOaneo^^^^^ fWhen RtVjrlne Mectlon Th� noralrt- FOR SALE-^Harmonic piano in a beautiful mahogany : case, deep, rich tone.; Price $375.00 with terms to suit. Mason and Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 4-1 FOR, SALE-Golden oak book case top,, hase and five sections. A snap at $20.00. Write Box 82 Herald. 3-6 FOR SALE-Frame^ building 60x18 feet Easy to remove. Apply Imperial Oil, 'Ltd., Warehouse. _1-^ FOR-SALE-Leatherette couch, 1 dresser, 1 coc6anut rug 7x9, 1 enamel bed,'mattresa and springs. . 1221 .6th MISCELLANEOUS WANTS When Reply1n� Mention Tbe Heraia AVANTED TO BUY-^A modern 6-room-ed cottage, south side preferable. State price and terms in first letter. Apply Box 9, Herald. 305-6 Spadina, Toronto._ ^.d B WANTED-Teacher for West Butte S D No. 2747. Duties to commence February 3rd. Salary $100.00 per month straight First or second class certificate. State experience to Wm. Harvie, Sec-Treas., St Kilda, Alta. 3-6 WANTED-Teacher, either male or femalfe, with either first or second class Alberta certificate. Duties, to comn/ence early in January, 1919. Apply in writing, stating age; sex, .salary expected, etc., to the Secretary of Pearce S. D. No. 1686, Pearce, P. O., near M.acleod, Alta. . 301-Ih DR. L. T. ALLiBN-UBNTIST. (StJC- CMscJ^t'to Drs^iCOurtlce & GilohKlst). O^dtoe of ;fiiUver�ity 01 M1NT' . ist.'^iJas^Jbr>to DrS. S�bwart;,vand , McClure. Hours 9 to tJ. Otflce: Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone S74.__ .DRS. OALBRAITH AND LYNN , OiticB 014 Third Are,, ij., Lethbridge, ritoUBS: Dr. Qalbraltlf . 1-8 pcm. Mph., Wed., PrI., .... s ,7-8 p.m. Sundays 7-8 appointment. , -rr'-;'-t> Dr. Lynn .......\;iV;,... 11-12- �.n>. .......ii...... 8rB p.m. �,TU^8.,!!rl>urs.,.?r8 P.m. Sundays 2-3 p.m. aJiid by' appoint-nient " / Oftlcfi telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Res. phonevBSs. . W ^^?4;V-;.,.a4 DR. T. W. FOX-DKNTilST. QRADU-ate North'^estern Dental University,-Chicago. Oltice phone 78B: residence tnone 752. Oiricesi. Union Bank Building. 168-0 DR. W. b. CAMPBELL. DBNTiaT, graduate ot Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Rooms 6. and 7, Shep-pard Block. Phone 1506. '260-0 CHI ROPRACTOrS_ SMITH ft SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-It you are sl^ and want to regain health, take �piual adjustments and get well. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.i0 to 5. 7 to 9. Phono 1677. NATIONAL RUBBER .TIRE FILLER. Rides as easy as air. Ends all tire trouble. Stops tire repair bills. Makes your car dependable. Lasts indefinitely. Mpney back it you want it after a month's use. ' ^ HERBALiST FARM PRODUCTS, LETHBRIDGE General Agents . Lethbridge District 218 Sherlock BIdg. 2'6 WANTEI>-Bookkeeping. Stenography and Typing. Expert work at your........... convenience. H. Lee, Room F, iiuu , ^gjjj^g cars or tractors-or working as Block. Phone 1907. 299-0 1----,---,,, ,, ^^r^air- mon Si-r weeks' RETURNED SOLDIERS AND DISCHARGED �AENI You can make $100.00 to $300.00 per month In the Automobile, Gas-Tractor business-driving cars or tractors- Avei?S. 3-2 FOR'SAI/E OR RENT-Cgal mine of six loot seam and 160 acres .of land nearr Medicine Hat. For information write M. B. Dreyer, Box 403. Carstalrs, Alta^" 2-6 FOU SALE, TYPEWRITER Underwood No. 5 in perfect condition, $50.00 for quick sale. Apply Royal Store, Dallas Hotel Bldg. 3^6 FQSSALE WHAT YOU NEEI> . CHy Setond Hand Store New and Second Hand FURNITURE A specialty. We buy, sell, exchange, lend.^oney on goods, and rent typewriters. ~' - FOR QUICK SALE-Only four miles from city limits, adjoining Jail farm-with SO acres waterright, 138 acroa broken last spring. No buildings. School on same quarter. Price $80.00 per acre. $4,637.00 cash, halanca C. P. R. agreement 19 years to run at 6 per cent. Apply J. Rozier, P. O. Box 725.___305-6 8. C. FRUIT LANDS. 'aUY TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAT District BriOsh Columhla, which in fruits and Tegetables. with cow, pigs, pboltry and bees, will pay you steady 6Db:tantial profits. Delightful warm climate, rich aoll, good schools, dally trains, daliy maUs, close to markets. Orchard; garden, poultry; scanery, hunting, fishing, boating. Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands $10 cash and 110 monthly without interest Write quick for free informa-tipn. Weat Kootenay Fruit Lands Cdinpany. Dept B. Nelson, British WANTED-A 4-bottom 14 inch breaking plow tor engine, secqnd' hand, a P. and 0. Cockshutt preferred. Apply Joseph NeU, Maleb, Alta. 1-6 Columbia. Ad A FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY-25 to 50 head two year old steers in fair condiUon, beef breeds only. Write fuU details and price asked. Geo. B. Thompson, 2402 Sharp Ave., Spokane, Wash. 299-25 LISTINGS OF FORD AND CHEVROLETS PALACE GARAGE Phone 1837. Auto Exchange. 294-0 WANTED TO TRADE-640 acres of land imder cultitfatlon 1-2 miles from good towri, tor good city property, auto garage or business proposition preferred. Apply Box 12 Herald. 305-6 406 5th Street south. Phone 1428.^r 768. 301-0 * � > > 18, 31, 32, 49, 50, 55, 56, 60, .fr' 61, 75, 90. ' 320 acres prairie land, 3 1-2 miles from elevator. $14.00 per. acre. $l.op per acre cash, balance half crop payment. 160 .acres*irrigated flaad near Lethbridge. Full water right.. Fenced and all under'cuitivatiori. $60;00 per acre. ;R^son1ible terms. � ' 5,000l acres, highly improved farm, near sievatdrs, in good district. $45.00 per acre. Terms arranged. F. B. ROSS A CO. Ro'om 8, Alberta Block. PhoniC 503. ' ' 403-0 WANTED-Prfvate loan of $1,500.00 on six-room fully modern bungalow to be erected on 8th Avenue near 13th Street south. 'Value ot house and lot $3^500. Apply 1241 5th Avenue A. south. 305-7 mechanics or repair men. Six weeks' training in the HemphlU New Motor Schools will give you the necessary experience. A Dominion Elxpress Money Order for.five dollars costs, three tProperty FOR SALE '�a-ttin Replylnr Mention "The '^eraia� HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fur Coat worth $150.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale of ^1.00 or over. B usiness Cardi FLORiSTS,-. FRACHE BROS. For Floral Designs ^'iftoses, Carnations, Chrysanthemums and other seasonable flow-tra. I Free delivery to any part cf the olty. 229-0 TO THE SICK - Before giving up hope try Rae's H�(rbal Compounds prepared from the best known herbs, roota and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. John Rae, Herbalist 707 13th Street N-. next to United Church. lSS-0 HAIR DRESSING LADIES" COMFORT ROOMS �/NO. 1 HULL BLOCK. BUSINESS AS USUAL Special Electrical Treatment tor falling hair. Scalp Treatments. Facial Massage. Ladles' Own Combings Made Up. fror Appointments Phone 1710. 276-0 VIAVI VLAVI A HOME REMEDY for woin-ton's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful fcr 26 years. Uteratnrs on reqnest Mirs. O. Thomas, 919 iQth St. S Phone 584. 119-0 P.O. Box 805 Phdiie 1619 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ritchie paterson and company DRS. DeVBBER, CABtPBBLL, ROY. CRAGG Ss ARYANS. Oflice Royal Bank Building. OftioohpurB 1:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 506. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & bBEOH -Office. 109'iSherlbok Blbclc^Tele-phones: Oftloe 318; Residence of Dr. Connor, 619; residence Of Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 'to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 8.30; 7 to 8 p.m^ DR. TAYLOR-BAR. jiJYE, NOSB & Throat: 115 SherSbok Bldg. Otllco hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by ap polntment Phones: bttice 341; residence 693. ' � DS. P. W. TDLLBR-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Stafland Theatre, rooms � to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.20 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phonos: Office 780; residence 419 8th St S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. B. LOVERING. Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equipment Offloa and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 MUSIC MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. B� Contralto; Teacher of Singing. 1265 Sixth Ave. A. S. 226-21 MISS AILBBN .M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hr.ndrad per cent, ot pupils entered ^or tbe examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mosic. London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio, 623 Sth Street Souti^_ MRS. W. H. JOHNSON of Piano, Harmony TBACHBK and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keybobrd, scale ladder, mod-olatlng board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. 612 6-6 Acadia Building Third Avenue (South) 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.' iexperienoe. Dbws-.' ley Land Agency. 246-0 FOR SALE CHEAP-rA six room modern house on south side, close to car line. Would take-good - car on first payment and some cash. Phone 1714 or apply Box 34 Herald. 2-6 FOR SALE-A fully modem .seven-roomed house on large lot, near car line. Terms. Apply to owner on premises, 626 14th St south, or phons 1101.-,  - -.i ' ' .306:^6- THE INTERESTING cities and heau-tiful scenery ot British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, where you may escape the cold, renew your vitality, enjoy yo,ur favorite recreation, in a mild climate, and meet your friends from all over the prairie provinces. A trip through the glorious scenery of the west is well worth the entire cost ot the vacation. Write for free Illustrated booklet to Pacific Northwest Tourist Association, 42nd Storey, i:.. C. Smith Building, Seattle. Ad E FOR SAIjE-634 19th St. north, 1 lr2 storey house on porher lots, 33 to. 35 inclusive. Special t-sale price $890.00. Terms $500.00 cash, balance monthly or arranged. N. B. Peat & Co., phone 570. 10 Rylands Block. ,305-6 FOR EXCHANGE (When Replying Mention The HeralJl c- -> * > > > * HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fur Ooat worth $150.00 Free for, the Nearest estimate. Alaov three other valuable prizes. A coupop with, evgry sale of $1.00 or p\eT. will TRADE-My good 1918 touring Ford car for cattle. Apply Box 23 Herald. > 305-6 for EXCHANGE-$105 per month income Portland city property, will exchange for Alberta-^ farm. 'Write Claude Cole, 323 Henry Bldg., Port- land, Oregon. The safe way to send money by mall is by Dominion Express Money Order. __ _ 2-12 OLD F.ALSB fEETH'~BdVGii'r- Sound or broken, vulcanite�rf)r metal; also bridgework. Post them to J. Dunstohe, Post-oflice Box 1236, Van couver. Highest cash prices sent by .veturn mail. ' 306-^26 FOR EXCHANGE-448 acres neaT Lardo, B.C., mixed farming proposi tion, living water, log huildlngs. Clear title. Want Southern Alberta farm lands. Lathrop Land Co., Ltd., Leth bridge. See Mr. Harris. 4-fi MALE HELP 500 HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Plumbing, Furnace Work and Gas Fitting. Estimates Furnished Free. ' Phone 762. ' '306-0 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITALr-MUS. VAN Haarlem's Private HosplUl and t3�alemity Home. 1224 7th Avenut '"South. Phono 746. Business Cards (Continued-) 8P1RELLA CORSETIERr.E Appointments Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN, Suite 69, Dominion Block. 269-0 HELP WIN TH;B war, gather up your old Spirilla steels. Drop me a card and I will come and get them. The company needs them. Steel must be conserved for the front. Mrs. F. A- Parker, 1816 7th Avenue North. J. M. HEHOEBSOH - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty OfWce at Wriqhl s Jewellery Sloie Houri 10 to nlii. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTRBB is resuming her classes ot 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 OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLBQC 4)1 8th St. South. Lethbr.ldgs Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwriting. Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. ' Office Phone 1318 , Residence Phone of Principal 15S1. Write tor Full Information.' BAKERY m Thirteen sections, five year lease, AND -INDIAN^ .BIOY-deirior ij^lei^All makes of bicycles rd^ilr^.-'A large etoc|c of dccosso^ les ijon' handrm B.^:McDonald. Gun smiBi and.L�Iqimith,,Bthi;Street B., ophite Hesaidaofflce.' 62-^0 FOR SALE-Brand ne;w /,llve-i;oom bungalow, 'fully fmodern/^!.^'Including hot water heating plant with gas installed, and most up-to-date bath room fixtures; fireplace, concrete basement, |. lOCATBD-1 CAN LOCATD full equipment ot storm s^tsh aaidj){lii vvAiBin ^"V-^* ^. - ----- T length screens; 1 I'-S inch maple flooi's. WATER LOCATOR / WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO orators, Paperhangers and Painters, . KalBomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. BBttmates giveo. ' The, oldest established painters In ~ Lethbridge. Res. phpne 1472; oftlcs phone 1752. Sherlocfc Bldg.. Leth-I bridge. Albei;t|li:-v;:r.-;- � A. MEADS-PAINTING, DECORAT ' Ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690, 611 Sth Ave. S. 117-0 a. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNBR-i Playor-Plano and Organ Rep&lrer: 20 soars' factory experience. Hon-ouni Oertiftcate M.T. Assn.. London, 'Bngland. References to the leading musicians ot the elty. Phone lien 1253 6th Ave. A. South.__ GUNSMITHS three coats outside andfour coats enamel finish Inside; built in kitchen cabinet and china closet; solid cast brass, hardware; lined throughout with Flaxllnum. No trouble in showing it to you. Call at any time.. D. Huge, 6?7 10th'St. SQisths.; ' 29T'M>' HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The HudRon's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond fdr the nearest estimate. - , ' watM^ fOr yoii; Chargea $20.00. T. U Davles, 12^8 5th Av3. A. South., Lrthb'ridge. Phone 1547. , 97-0 UNDERTAKING X S FETTBRLY, LEADING FUNBB-> Bl director hn^ licensed embalmer, � motor or horsSs, driven heares. Parlors opposite eomt HouSo .Office phone 561, residence phono 1176. Open day and night. _^ Send a Dominion , Express Money Order. Five dollars costs lliree 'fcehta: �,vm,.NE.EP.iIJ5^Jl)h(DI.E BABl^UP MOTHi^tilBBARDSifOE d^iiiisetyesthaHezl Best Xm?s Gill MACKAY & BELL-Funeral directors and Practical Emljalniers; '----Ave.); jrse Always open, off lob and .resl^^jce i8p3:;.3ra j^-A S. �Phoiie 1802;''^Moto* and' hq drawn eaulpment. NEMISCAM G. ^. WARREN, ''i>remlBcam, Alta. � IdauranoB-fFire* "i^* Stock. Real Estate, / and Farm Loans. Live Stock agent Repro-sehted in Calgary and Lethbridge. , / 193-00 FOR DECORATING, painting and paperhanglng, see. S. .Whltaker, 612 7th- St. S., Phone 1820. Estimates given. Best 'hiaterlala used. GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restock-f od, gun' work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B.' Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO RBiPAIR ANY-thing in the rubber line. -Any size tire. Promptness and qr-Allty. guaranteed. We aim to please. Oharges, on out ot town worjc paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire bs-fpre yqc see us. It may be wprth fixing. Free air on the curbi usth-' bridge Vulcanizing Works^ B. Chaplin, Prop., 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phohe 1664. |48-U FOR UP-TO-DATE house sl^n and car painting see The Home Decorators. G. T.'Drlnkall. Manage-, next to Herald Office. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES C3MBNT, LIMB, WOOD FIBRiS Plaster, Empire Finish, Hollow Tile, Xiethbrldge and Medicine Hat Brick, Roofings, funding and Tar Paper, Fire Place Mantles an^ . Grates, Tile, Beaver Board, Plata Glass, Muranese , Glass, Common Glass, Auto windshields. Mining l^upplles, Fire Brick and Flra Clay. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. Phop^ 1044. Fourth 3t. South, Leth. bridge. 43^0 TRY A HERALD WANT AD AOJOSTABlf 10 ANY M/ii; CHltD ., GIVE HIM UNt FOR CHRISIMAS WHEN YOUR TIRES'NEED REPAIRING. Run 'your car into our garage and-we will take the defective tire off aal -replace it with your spare,' or-phone 1837 so we can call thr'it -All work guaranteed. Express on'-all out of town orders paid both Ways. PALACE VULCANIZING WORKS < J. Schultz, Manager, an old-timer at it. In ft new dress; formerly of Schultz & Ritchie, now at PALACE GARAGE, 2nd Ave. South. ' 306-0 WELDING OXY-ACBTYLBNB WELDING - W. , N. Kuth, corner Ist Avenue and 10th Street. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and. delivered. Frank Miles. Dll 4th Ay�. South. ?7940 ;