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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHtemDChS DAILY llEHAl^D MONDAY, DECEMB^IR 23, 1918 THE HERALD'S Ciaiufied AdTertisemeiito for This Page Must Be in Office by CIRCULATftOM YESTERDAY WAS 6,15 7 11.30 to Appear the Same Day.--l^c an i�sertiiih Idr 25 wordi or less-5ix Times for the Priee of Four. MUST BE PAID FOR IN APVAWCE. CANADA LAND & IRRl-LEGATION COMPANY, DRY and IRRIEABlf UNOS � n* laaas ar� la tlie dlitilci etween ReU�w aod MadtelM Rat. Bd. nortb and �dj�eeBt to the Old Man and BouUi Suk-Btcliewan riven. Thaae lands ara to Iw pUo-d on tbe market at a reason-ahle ;TaIaat!oB.. . The Company te looltliu: tor bona tide settlers. We would be pleased to have 70a Inspect oar lands, ProspectlTe pnrchtters should make all inqnlrles dtree: throngb the company's office at .Medicine Hat We have no outside acencies mnd pay nov't^bmrnVslohs. ' - LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND &IRRI. CATION COMPANY. LTD. Bex 877 Phone 24� UEOICINE HAT. AUBERTA . $10.75 rtK ALKli � -�' for^ashopft time only �* 960 ACRES in Tp. 5, Rge. 14, West ^ 4th, 800 of which ar8 good irable land, balance excellent grazing. jBEE US ati once if ^interested. This isiarHEAl. SNAE.' WILSON AND SKEITH Hetil Estate:! Insurance. Loans� .Phone 1343. Sherlock Block, i. IRRIGATED 160 ACRES near Lethbridge, 60 acre� , hay, balance summerfallow and stub-We. Good clean land, easy to irrl-' gate. Good hpuse, garage, stable for 24 head, resfirvblr, cistern, etc. � 185.00 per acre with $3,000 cash, and balance eight years at 6 per cent. F. B. ROSS & CO; Itoom 8, Alberta Block. Phone 503. ... ^ ^ . �.. � . .X 6-0 FPR SALE--(Miscellaneous>, FOR SALE-Used piano in fine ebony case. Price $250.00, terms to suit. iMason and Risch, Limited, Balmoral Slock, Lethbridge. ^ 11-1 iPOR SALE-Set of black fox furs in perfect condition at a eacrifiee. Ap-iply Box 44 Herald. 11-1 ^OR SALE-Black bear fur, m&de up tost winter. Apply Box 39 Herald. - _ 7-6 i^OR SALE-Piano in first class order, tl25.00 for today. Easy terms. Willis tPlaiin Store. 707 3rd Ave. S. 11-2 PQR SALE^-Edison phonograph with ' 3D-'recbrdB. $50.00. A great snap. ' Easy terms. WUlis Piano Store, 707 Std Ave. South. 11-2 SrOR SALE-^For thirty dollars, a three iand a half month's course at Garbutt (Day School. Apply Mrs. J. C. Chrls-tbnscn, Maybutt, Alta. 11-6 TOR SALE-Canaries, good roller Strain singer, ?6.00 up; unrelated pairs $10.00; hens, $2.50; satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Goellnlcht, Bank-head, Alta. 8-6 FOR SALE^Reglstered female Fox Terriers, land 2 years old, white with black heads. Weight about 11 pounds. Good gopheV dogs. Donald Shaw, Taber, Alta,_ U~l FOR SALE-25 Iate~hatcned~Barred Rock cftckerels at $5 each, all related to Calgary, Lethbridge ^nd Medicine Hat winners. These will make extra good breeders and with proper care soiue winners. � Apply Westbrobk Bros. 9v-6 FOR SALE-(Agricultural) (XVhcn Raplylns Mention 'Hio S�r�Id) FOR SALE}-One good milk cow, colli-Ing fresh. GUeap, for cas"h. Aiirfy 23� 15th St. noVUi.. s. S-6 FOR SALB^Xiiree fresh milk cows, horse, buggy -r'and harness. . .^^pply Pete Plsko,'p409.l8t Ave.- north. 11-3 FOR SALE-^d oats, 3000 "bushels of No. 1 s^ed^I will guarantee the gormlnatiom iCharles M. Pelter, Xew Norway, Alta.-^;- 7-12 FOR SAL^HPreslTcows amFspiirig-ers. Apply'Sinri^es southeast of Lethbridge. T. J.j]5MWson. phone R 416. FOR SALE-^AldrTch strain. White"Or-pington pullets'anfl cockerels; also a few choice "canas-ies: these would make nice Xmas presents. E. Brierly. 621 16th St. N. � . C-6 TO RENT Whin Replrlnx MentloB Th* Hsrmld. I Wu RENT-Comfortably furnished room. Apply 801 6th Ave/A. south., .�- 10-6 FOR SAUE-200 tons wheat green feed in stack in perfect condition. Will take $6.00 cash per ton, bur. cannot bale. Write Box S, Fort Saskaj;ch-ewan. Alberta. "-6 hay! hay! hay! NO. 1 TIMOTHY, $32.00. Extl-n choice green upland hay, $22. Good green wild hay, $20. F. O. B. cars. Red Deer, Alhersa. Write S. I. Smithy Box 610, Red Deer, Alta._ 6-12 FOR "SALE-1 John Deere horse power hay baler, new 1917 model. Cheap. In good condition. Also 1 I. H. C. power baler, 6 horse i power, ready to run. P. O. Box 3, Cardston. Alta. 11-6 HAY FOR SALE-About 190 tons Timothy; 40 tons upland and 60 tons slough hay, in stack, on my farm adjoining Edmonton city boundary line, one mile north of G. T. P. Ry. yards. John K. poweU, 57 McLean Block, Edmonton. , 36-0 T0~ RJENT^B-roomed brtck co'ttaie to party buying stored and floor covering. lApply Box 16, Herald. ______ H-1 to rent-Furnished" housekeeping room \-0 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarteraTK hot, go up to the "Y" today and aee tor yourpeU the beneflU and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. "or. 4th Ave. and 10th St.. S. Ptjone 547 TO RENT-Suite Of. two? off Ides, 'facing lethbridge Hotel,-SlS,00 per month including light, heat and hot and cold water. Ready for- occupation Dec. 1st. Suitable for doctor, dentist, etc. Apply J. D. Higihbotham,  296 0 lost and found (When Kepljrlnic Mention Ihs Hf�rff,ia) FOUND-A coon skin muff at", St. Patrick's church bazaar. Owner may have same by phoning 186S. 11-1 i30ST-w'uiThe'party'"w^ a buffalo robe In front of the Bijou Garage, please return,same to police headquarters. 8-6 WANTEEK-^dtrt' to help wilth housework. Apply '809 6th � Ave, south. 1-0 t,BACHBR8 REQ^RED-For new, year, alSd S6ver�l Wlth-,chlldron school age. Apply early, B..G.- Teacher's Agency, 3rd Ave., Vancouver. 9-Ih WANTBD^Boy; who,knows the city well, to deliver tor on Monday and Tuesday. Terrlll ^"gaLOg- ^''"^ WANTED-Saleswoiilittn^ at once., Bx-perloncedtor t)ey G^otls; rApply The Simpson Co., Ltd. 306-0 WANTED-Gifir for generaV,house; wtjrk. Gas in sturnace''and ravlge. Apply 410 12tlrly. A. south. 291-0 WANTED-AT ONCE Apprentice ,4;o^, hair dressing and massttge. * a;ptlly Ladles Comfort Rooms, No. 1, Hull Block. 306-0 WANTED-Capable woman, or girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm. Phone 385- . 7-0 WANTED-Maid for dining room;, al-soone for diet kitchen and ward duty. Two hours off dally and one afternoon after 2 p.m. eiach week. Apply Gait Hospital. - 8-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ence, ,M>i>Mn� MdntK'n .Th�M  * � FOR sale ? * - ? !$amse Jhy proving property and paying fgr ;thi3 adv. Apply Mgrs. Qflice.-t.Hud: son's Bay Store. 9-0 WANTED-By farmer, housekeeper with no encumbrance, just one man to cook for,. Good comfortable home,tor the winter. Apply J, R.'A., Box 27, Herald. ' ' 8-6 WANTED-Phrst class teacher  for Cameron S. D.-^o. 2299. Salary $900 per 210 teaching days. School to commence January 2nd. None but experienced need apply. H. W. Dalne, Sec.-Treas., Cohldale, Alta. 9-6 W;ANTED-^Youhg woman tor office work, who has. some knowledge pt bookkeeping. .One who understands stenography pfefenred. Replying give residence, age^ previous experience,' and wages required. Apply Box ' 7, Herald. � ' ' 9^0 * > : : : > > � ? :????> if* : WANTED - iMessenger boy. ? > Stea^iy posiadn.' C. P. R. Telegraph Office. HISTORY QP' Professor Marc the�-'War;'*'-'i)y REWARD--For information leading torecovery of light red, lined backed mulley cow, probably with young calf: i red steer calf both branded hv^O on left ribs. WUford Brand- fStf^ ley, Stirling, Alta. 8-6 PtI I jE WbRLp WAjK. by i* "Canada;'.si Part jm ____,. ,, ,, _jbfcited'  dan&dlan. Colonel Nasmith. i^-Mtanmoth book;, -three 'hundred*'- lllUstfatldnSj; great money-maker; sam^e^w-hook free. Bradley-Garretson, Branttord, Ont: Ad G $5.00 REWARD-WlU:*"e paid for the recovery of any cattle ijrahded on left shoulder. Frei c. Fuller, Barnwell, Alta., 10-6___ FOR SALE-Set of black fox furs. Will sell at a sacrific"eV 'Apply fioJt 44 Herald. 10-1 m LOST-On Dec. 4thV 1 racing horse and 1 hay horse, boih branded both had halters on, 1 bay mare, white face, branded on _ _ left hip; also 1 black inare, white spot on forehead, weight _ 1300 lbs. $5,00 reward for Information leading to recovery. George McHaydyn, P. O. Bos 2, Taber, Alta. . 7--12 for sale fnWO'BOWLING ALLEYS, one snooker table, four pool tables, balls, cues, racks and equipment; one sate, one wall case, one silent salesman, one bar. Apply to J. K, Wamock, Barons, Alberta. 6-14 FOR SALE WHAT YOU NEED ; City Second Hand Store  ; New and Second Hand .-FURNITURE A jpeciaUy. We-huy, sell,-exchange, lend money on' goods, and rent type-wrtters. .W6 ;6th,' Street south. Phone .1428 or.768;' ..V ,301-.-0 WANTED-Private . gentleman wants furnished room; steam heated; close in. Apply Box 55 Herald. 306-0 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished cottage tor .six weeks following Christmas. No children. Also a housekeeper wanted tqr same period. Apply Box 16 Herald. 8-6 STRAYED-Prom Diamond City, white gelding mine pony, short mane and tall, |branded on left 'hip - -Bay gelding mine pony, short mane and tail, branded 4 V ^ _ on right shoulder, also pn rljgh^-hip 8 N. $20.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Trusts and Guar-antee Co., Diamond City. 295-0 WANTED TO RENT-Cottage, either north or south side, by couple without children. Best ot care exercised. Write parUculars to Box 64, Herald. ------------------..............* 6-6 warning to skaters The ice at Henderson Lake Is not safe over the whole lake, except In very severe weather. Skaters should use that portion ot the Ice in the yicin-r Ity of the Pavilion and Boat House and on no account pass- un-aerneath the Bridge. H. WM. MEECH, Commissioner of Public Works; 10-Ih LOST-One black mare, weight about 1500' lbs. and one bay mare, weight about 1400 lbs., both branded M on right shoulder, and E on right thigh. Also one bay gelding, white sripe on face, weight about 1400 lbs., branded M on right shoulde;-. Finder please notify Buck Ranch at Raymond, Alta. ill-6 TRy A HERALD WANT AD HOW MANY YARDS OF 8ILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Pur Coat worth $150.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon with ever^ sale ot $1.00 or over, : '.P�^i^^ Thirteen sectibns, five year lease, close to Edmonton; ,400 tons hay in stack. Plenty of water. $1,000.00 for lease. $12.50 per ton for hay. � . -� t*;"-.?;*"murchison bros,. geddes & braden - Kl4^.f'i&HONH 1B08 .1 330'PIPTH^TRBET SOUTH ^f.^A.;/j:^,aONB 1608 STRAY HORSES 1 brown gelding 8 Pr 9 years old, white in face, branded C, -N. on left thigh, weight-about 1300 lbs. ^, Left Caiheron; Ranch in'May. '''y/'-%y  t^hay .gelding, 9- pr.10 yfears.;. old, white face, branded'C. N." on lett tiilgh, weight about 1260 lbs. Left Cameron Ranch in April. Was seen at Macleod.. 1 sorrel mare, 7 or 8 years old, strip In face,' branded C. N. on left thigh, weight 1300 lbs. Left Cameron Ranch In September. 1 brown mule,. Jennie, no white, hranded C. N, en lelt thigh, weight 1000 lbs. Left Cameron Ranch in, �September. . A reward of $25.00 per head will be paid to anyone returning to, THE NOBLE FOUNDATION, LTD. Nobleford, Alta. - 6-8 REPRESENTATIVE WANTED to report on building and engineering work in Lethbridge. Thle^ is a good side line for anyone with facilities for getting news. Commission paid tor each report. We supply tocms and postage. Apply, stating Jiuailficatlons, to MacLean Daily Reports, Ltd., 345 Adelaide St. West,-Toironto, Ont. ( Ad M To Purchase * Stock Cattle ; . Any Quantity. ? ,Box 627, Lethbridge. 4> ; � : . 10-6 ? MALE HELP t 500 MEN WANTED , . ; TO LEARN AUTOMOBltE AND GAS TftACTOR ENGINEERING , At Hemphill's Government Licensed Chain of Motor Schools. We teach by actual practice" to operate^ahd repair Automobiles; Tractors and Stationary Engines. Oiir Free iEmployment Office will help you, chooSe a position as cnaiifteur, mechanic, truck driver or tractor engineer, at $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Wonderful demand for Oas-Mechainlcs and Engineers. Diy and ey^nlhg classes now oh. Enter any time. We also teach oxy-acetylene welding and steam vulcanl�ing. Call around and see our new school and wonderful collection of cars, tractors and gas engines for the students to learn oh. Write or call for' Pr^e Catalogue. Attend the nearest Branch to you. HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOLS Palace Garage, . Lethbridge, Alberta. Branches at: Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Va'n- � conver and Portland, Ore. Become independent, learn Vulcan-izlng (repairing tires and'tubes). Let us tell you all about It. We take Victory Bonds the same as cash.' r � HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL :,r 308fSecond. Avenue south, j' 300-0 PROCESS ION AL CAR^ DR. M. jJ^Bii^oWi-DkMTlST ORAIV uate of Jmrt�'P9U�i� o( Dental Bur-Keons TbI'bnM all holder oCa Dom* inion J�l!Btal ^ewtlfiaW. Ottioa: rooms B-6 Bryan ^look. Phone lO'l- DR. L. T. ALLBN^DBNTIST. (Successor til titk. Cotiftlce ft Ollchrlat). Graduatii^ HAI DRE88JN(S ladies' comfort rooms NO.'l HULL BLOCK. ' business: as usijal Special Bleetrical Treatment tor "falling hair. Scalp' Treatments. , Facial Massage. Ladies' Own Coodhlngs; Made Up. For Appointments #Hone 1710. 276-0 viavi VIAVI A HOMB RBMEDT tor worn en's diseases and nervnus disorders. Successful fbr'2S yliars. Literature on request, IMrs. O. Thomas, 919 lOth St. S. Phone 684. 119-0 P.O. Box 805 Phone. 1619: TED ACGOUNTANTS RitctiiE patIrson and company 54 Acadia Bulldinv 612 Third Avenue (South) FARMERS AND FARMERS^ SONSI qON'T REMAIN IDLE THIS WINTER! . 7 Learn Gas Tractor and Automobile Engineering In your "ppare time at HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOLS ot Lethbridge,�308 2nd Ave.-south; Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Vancouver; B.C., or Portr land. Ore. _�_ 278-0 Sealed applications tor the position ot physician and surgeon tor the employees of Gait Mines, Lethbridge, will be received by the undersigned not later than Tuesday, December 24th. Applicant to. state amount required per employee and his family per month, for medical attendance, surgical operations, hospltar and board accommodation, with and without medicine. , CHA8. PEACOCK,  733 Thirteenth St. North, Lethbridge. Secretary Local 574, U.M.W. of A. 9-4 SITUATIONS WANTED fWhen Replylne Mention Th� Herald' WANTED-Position ; by experienced lady stenographer. References. Apply Box 75 Herald. . .. 1-0 WANTED-Young lady desires position. Has had experience in bookkeeping and stenography. References. Apply Box 19, Herald. S-4 WANTED-By ffigh school graduate with over three years business ea^-perience, position In road oflice or warehouse. Best? - references. 'Apply Box 48 Herald. , . 297--r0x property for sale TlTien Replylnr Mention TJie Hcraia) HOUSES FOR - SALE-We believe that we have a listing of every good imy'in houses for sale In this city, '^e have had 11 years' experience. Dows-ley Land Agency.' , 246-0 Business Cards ^(Continued) SPIRELLA JCORSETIERf.E Appointments Made ' -^Phone 320 , MRS.;MARTIN, Suite 69, Dominion Block. *' ,259-0 _DECORATINQ B usiness Cards florists. frache bros. For Floral, Designs Rosea, Carnations, Chrysanthemumo and other seasonable flow-tri. Free delivery to any part cf the city. 229-0 ? NOTICE : : Will the party that took the ? ? rug offi the car at the back of > ? Smith's Studio, kindly return ? : same at once and Ba,ve,fuj'ther ? ? trouble.' This rug is of great > ? value to me only; as it was the ??? : : ? ? : .o;^; Have been received for i'ljihe * ? 12, 35, 49, CO? 55; 5p,--Qfl,-^1, ? > 73, 74, 82, 90,V,'t-wi ; -/r ' �� ' �� .:. .r. :. .>?*;.;. 41 4 - nienl. � ...Office Ulephona-llSI; X>r. Lynn Res. plibne 609. >, ; ; DRg-.j; DeVBSElR. OiiMpHtibL, B^. CRAQO' & BKVaNS. Office Royal Bank BdUdfng;. Offlee beiiM 1:|0-3 p.m.; .7;304':�0 tf^f. Pfcye ajji. IH ila> DUB. CONNOR, MdfitbT * ka|0 -Offlae. Ida Aiorloek piook. Tal Ihones: OfHte 811; Reildtooa ol . Dr. Connor, 819: realdenoe ,ot nr. Leoch.MOOT. Office hours: 11 to 11; iM to;3.30;'7 to 8 p.nU- DR. TAYLOR-i^BAItii iflYJl. NdSB �: Throat; IIS Sheriock BM(: OtHeo hours 10-:-l2; 2-6; eTiehings by appointment Phoiiei: ottice 341; res-Idenc^ t>lv' � " .. _ DK; P. w. TCLLBR-PHYSIOIAM and surgeon. Office-Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Offloehourar 11 to 12 a.m.> I.8p to ,3.�0 pirn; andfit to'8.3j) p.m. Phones: Office 780; fesldencd 419 8th St. a. Phono 1494.- . MUSIC lUiRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. B, Contralto, Teacher of Slnglno-. 1265 Sixth Ave. A: S. � 2I5-H MISS AILBGN ;M. JONKS-Pian.rfortB Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations of th^ Royal Academy and Epyal College of Moslc, London, Engj, last year Were successful Studio, 623 9th Street South. UKS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEXchBk ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped "frith black-board, keybourd. scale ladder, sihod-nlatlng board, otc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. EYES TESTED 0. M, HEHDERSOH - ilOHTSPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Spoci.ilty bVice at Wridlifs Jt-wrllrrv Store Hours 10 to 12 - 2 to 5 P.m. DANqi'NQ' MISS GLADYS ATTRBB Is resuming her classes of ball room and classical dancing at the Y.M.C.A. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec..4th and_6th at 4.15 p.m. Write 113 A. 8th Av?. W., Calgary. -239^0 : EDUCACTIONAL -! ' GAr4utV BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th �t. South, Lathbrldgs Day and Evening School. Shorthana, Tyepwrltlng. Bookkeeping, and ail Commercial. Subjects,' Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1E91. Write for 'Pull Information. PIANO TUNING A. MEADS-PAINTING, DECORAT-Ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 8th Ave.-S, 117-0 FOR DECORATING, painting ind ra-perhanglng,, see S. Whltaker, C12 7th St.. S., Phone 1820. Estimates given. Beat materials used. FOR TJP-TO-DATE house sign and car painting, see, The Home Decorators. G. T. Drinkall, Manage-, next to Herald Office. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for your shoe, repairs. Work .dons promptly. Orders called tar, and de-Uvered. Prank Miles, 611? 4th Ave. South. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY. cles for sale. All makes ot blcytslce repaired. A large stock of accessor ' les on hand; D. E: McDonald, Gun-tmlth and.Locksmith.. Cth. Street 8 0. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plnyor-Plano ahd^Ortan Repairer; 20 years' factory WpeHenc?. Honours Certlf:oate M.T.- Assn., London, England. References to. tha leading musicians ot the city. Pboii�;-,119!l 1253 6th Ave. A. South. .\cf--. - ' - � GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gii�' barrels straightened, guns restpek-od, gun wprk done by a gunsmith, keys made. locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, .phonographs, any light machinery repailred, lawa raoweirs \ sharpened. d. E. Macdonald, IndUn Motorcycle Aglint. Phone 1032. Stt Strict, opposite Herald Offloa. VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thlng In the rubber line. Any sise tire. Promptness and quality ^guar-anteed. We aim to p;eas.ei. Charges on> out of town work paid one ^tnj. Don't throw away that old tire ba-fore you see us, it may be. worth fixing. Free air on the oUrb.'Xietb-brldge Vulcanizing Works. B. Chaplin, Prop,, >712 3rd Avenue south, n�ir Roj^al Bank, Phohe 1664. 148-tt opposite Herald, Qffipe., .62-0 i^WATJiBl't-obATOR''!; WATER" BOCATBD^l CAN LOCATB .water:Tor you. .pharges $20.00. T. .'.'�L. DanJoR :1218.i$th^Art�.* A^ South., Lethbridjge; jPhpne. 1647- 9'^-0 T?8 PBTJJBHtiT.-.LEADING PU^ER-: al dlMfetar'ilffi^ licensed eniibalmer, motorfbr; horse driven beards. Par- torBi>!^iimyM^'>^'^' Htwbalmeys;  Mlcef'ai^^^mmM^^ Ave. S. Phone 1B(1?. Motor and horse drawn equlpro�nt.: Always open. " Join the LJB�ARY;EXCHaJsIGE at EVERALI. A FRANKS SCtUTHARO-aLOCK: Third Avonuetaouthyr . WHEN YOUR TIRES NEED REPAIRING Run your car'Into our, garage apd we will take the defective tire off and replace It with your spare, or pbonp 1837 BO we can''>call' for It. All wbrk guaranteed. Express on all out of town orders paid both ways. PALACE VULCANIZING WORKS J. Schultz, Manager, an old-timer at it, In n, new dress; formerly of Schultz & Ritchie, now M PALACE GARAQB, 2nd Ave. South. 30f-t CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET - SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Oleanlpg. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to gar ments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention is given, to country orders; -324 6th Strett South. Phone 1813. LOO, SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING,, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable vricVb We call for and dellved goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 534 . 261-30 WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W-^ N. Kuth, corner .18| Avenue and lOtJb .....(, - 4 18526015 11 ;