Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/: ... . TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3^918 ANT AD" GIVES NEW YEAR^Si GREETINGS TO EVERYBODY Advertitements for This Page Must Be in (MSce by 11.30 a.m. to Appear the Same Day.--25c insertion for 25 words or less-Six Times for the Price of Four. MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. ^IfgANADAlJUW&I^^ GATION COMPANY. LTD. 30,000 ORY and MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WlKin Rcpb'inc Mention Tb* �WANTED-To heaFTfrom owner of good farm for sale. State cash price, full particular*. D. F. �nsh, i\Ilnnon- poUs. Minn.____14--13 WANTEI5-By man with traoTbr.'ploK'^ int, would consWer buying land. Wrlta Mr. In8keep,:3l?.4l e. Erarett, Portland, Oregon. j _16-6 Wanted-^hoelp to nn on alSares, 1500 to 2000;; head, S to i years old, grade Rambolat or obtwold ewes, preferred. Robert Patterson, Foremost, AJta^ .___14-12 WANTEB^ne Tlrtous, "the uglier the better," BiUy Ooat. Parties having goait with the itboTO quallfloatlotts write glrlne jifice.' OrangarryRaiich, Clarwhplm, Alt*. 1&-6 WANTJ^D *0 BVY-Z5 to 60"heaa two ye�r oW steere in fair condition, beef breeds only. Write full details ijii price aaked. Ocm>. B. Thompson, 240S Sharp Are., Spokane. Wash. 299-25 LOST ANDFOUND i'^UND^AF^iTeodeSoo Lako,- on cUuistmas duy, gold.locket. Owner nuiy have Bume by �aUlDg at Herald Otiice^^_____ W-0 tXJST-In iiothbridgi on ' SStur^y, Dec. SS, a hand :b*B. Finder will kindly leave same at Wrlffht's'^jewel-ry store. ^ ' iTt^S -rr SITUATIONS^ACPT rh� Hern'" WANTED-Oapablc Jwoinan or girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental F^rm. Phone lAVANTED-Olrl for !^ou8ework,"lour in. family, gas. no washing, Mghest wages. Apply 609 St', south, or phone 706. ,;: 15-6 LOST-One1)ay mara branded on loft thigh. Mare wlth'#iK,., back, weight abo�6-iiOd-aW,' $10.00 reward tor retujftvVto Yards. Leth. bridge: ". LOST-In the" city,"on Sun^�y eyealjig, Dec. 22nd, one ' imitatipji " �'Buttdlo rbbe. dark brown, nearly now; valso .table n. to 12-e � n� tandi ar� ta tha dtatitet ftetwean Retlaw and M�~Harmonic piano in a Tj^bikUna mahogany case, deep rich ! ton�.' Plica |8T5,00 with termr to suit. Mason ft Rlich, Limited, Balmoral Block, city.: _ _____ 17-1 FOR SALS)-Hooojing' house, .17 rooms centrally Ibcatad. Apply Brodile Block, or .406 4th Aire, southi Hlrr6 FOR SALE-Fuliy mod^n 7-room^d house, good condition,"'gpcld locality, near oar line, immediate 'pos'seikion. Oas. Tcrpn*. Apirt>" 'to, owner f premises,-^86 il4th(^ti-auth. F6R^SACiS~i %it*on 'tw, . .nearly; new; l Ajkmiastar irug; cabinet sow-' log machine; brass ted with' box mattress; cl^ftlrs and carpet sweeper. Apply BeifJames, iaii 6th Ave. South. _' 12--Oi FOR 8A1.B-Typewriter, Oliver No. 6, good as new. will exchange for use-full plac� of furniture, preferably a cablaat phonograph of some kind. AVhat offers. Apply Box 10. Herald. 14--G WANTED-A teacher for Hyssop School District, No. 1447. Salary ?840.00 for annum. Services to commence immediately. Apply L. J. Mc-Kenzie, secretary-treasurer, Lethbrldge. 16-2 SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES to LOST-Bay mare, weight 1400, white stripe on face, branded W-n* on right Wp and W H on right shoulder, wire cut on right knee and shoulder. Suitable -reward for information leading to recovery. George Rutherford, Warner, Alta. 12-12 WANTED-Young man for men's furnishing business, must" be of good pa-pearance, smart, courteous and Industrious. Apply in own hand writing, stating age and experience. If any. Splendid opportunity for - the right man. Address Box 2, Herald Office. 14--0 ?10.00 REWARD-Per head, for return of four head, strayed from herd on range east of Stirling. Heifers, two and three years old, and 1 Hol.stein British Columbia enable you to visit' heifer probably has calf. All branded British Columbia, Washington and Oregofl, the great International Pacific Northwest and to spend your winter there at very small cost. On this 20th day of December we have no lowpr temperature than on many a day in summer; no more beautiful section'or-finer climate in the world; come, enjoy y.-^urself. Improve your health, golf and motor and meet your friends. For any information write Herbert Cuthbert, Executive Secretary, Pacific Northwest Tourist Assoc-ation, 42nd Story L. C. Smith Building, Seattle, Washington. Ad O on right shoulder. Lloyd and Devine, City. Phone 777 or C. Nilsson, R 312. 14-12 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE yOR SALE-Chevrolet car, run only 3700 miles, good asi new, spare tire and all extras. Sold for cash. Apply Box 46 Herald.__S-0 FOR SALE-Dodge car, 1695.00; Ford"; .�325.00: Grey Dort, $600.00. All in perfect condition. . PALACE GARAGE �\ 203 Second Ave. S. 13-0 WANTED TO RENT .m'ANTED TO RENT-Two furnished vooms for light housekeeping. Apply l^^ox_4;_Herald^_ 17-6 ; iWANTED-Private gentleman wants ! famished room; steam heated; close In. Apply Box 55 Herald. 306-0 LAND FOR SALE t. FARM FOR SALE '^f-160 acres of first class farm land for >�ale, 130 acres broken, all fenced. V.4K>od house, barn, granary, etc. S. E. quarter 5-12-10,w. 4. Price �3,500. '^drass A. E Adair, Box 87, Bow taland. Alta. 15-6 MALE HELP 600 MEN WANTED TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING At Hemphill's Government Licensed chain of Motor Schools. We teach by actual practice to operate and repair Automobiles, Tractors and Stationary Engines. Our Free Employment Office will help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic, truck driver or tractor engineer, at 55.00 to JIO.OO per day. Wonderftri 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 around and see our new school and wonderful collection of cars, tractors and gas engines for the students to learn on. Write or call for Free Catalogue. Attend the nearest Branch to you. HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOLS Palace Garage, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Branches at: Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Van- . .couver and Portland, Ore. Become independent, learn Vulcanizing (repairing tires and tubes). Let us tell you all about it. We take Victory Bonds the same as cash. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Avenue south. 300-0 STRAYED-From my farm, one iron grey gelding, white face, branded on left hip. 1 bright bay geia-awrjB ing, branded on left Hi �I hip. Each weight .BBS| 1200 lbs. Finder please.nptify J. Schill, New Dayton, Alta'.; and receive reward. ' 15-6 LOST-On Dec. 4th, 1 racing horse and 1 bay horse, b6th branded both had halters bn.' ".1 bay mare, white face, branded on _ _ left hip; also 1 black mare, white spot on forehead, weight _ 1300 lbs; ?5.00 reward for information leading to recovery. George McHaydyn, P. O. Box 2, Tihpr, AJta. 7-^12 AGENTS, men or women, can make $15 a day taking orders for complete, authentic History of the World War. One made ?24 first day. Canadian edition for Canadian homes. Enormous demand. Liberal commission. Outfit free. Winston Co., Toronto. Ad H WANTED - saleslady for READY WEAR dept. must be thoroughly experienced, alert and progressive and GOOD saleswoman. state experience, salary expected AND give references.' apply imperial dry goods co., ltd., calgary. , 12-6 CLEARANCE SALE OF ORGANS All splendid value. Bell, $26,'00; Dominion, $35.00; .Thomas, 150,00; Putman, ,$76.00; Doherty, piano cased, $90.00. Easy terms, Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Ave. S. 15-6 HARDWARE STOCK FOR SALE WE OFFER for immediate sale, the hardware stock at Etzikom, Alta., amounting to approximately $6,800; fl.nures $600.00; building for sale or can be rented if preferred. ' Apply Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Ltd., Calgary. 14-6 FOR SALE TWO BOWLING ALLEYS, one snooker table, four pool tables, balls, cues, racks and equipment; one safe,, one wall case, one silent salesman, one bar. Apply to J. K. Warnock, Barons, Alberta. 6-14 PROPESSIONAL CARDS __DJNtAL _ DR. M. J. OlBSok-bfiNTlST ORAB-uat� of Royal dollafl* of Dental Surgeons Toronto anld holder ot a Dominion D�iiia)/ Cartlfloate. Office: rooms.fejJ-jEjryiali Block. Phono 1071. DR. lA^^ aajN-iJBNTIST. (SDC-cessbtrttt'tJiiiflSiatirtlce ft OllcJirlit). iGfUiaivaat CaHPwsky of Itiaryland, Rooms 8-9 Ma Cbicagoi Office phone 7S5; residence pnone 758. OfUces: Union Bank Building. " ' 168-0 MBDICAj. _ DRS. OALBRAITH *ND LYNN , Otfioo 914 Th'irdP Ave,, Si. lethbrldge, HOURS: Dr. Oalb^l^t^i .[.;... l-S p.m. Mon., Wed., trtl., i.7-8 p.m. Sundays 7-^ p,ni.. and by appoint- ,menL Dr. -LxmC .t',v:. 1M� �"�- ........ 8-6 p.mL �Tai38.,'^^*Thur�.. > Sat.-7-t p-m. Sunda^ys 2-8 p.m. and by appoint* luen^ QffiGA telephone 1263; JJt iJTnn Res* phbn* 69i). ' ' , DR. W. D. CAiMPBELL,' DENTIST, graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Rooms G and 7, Shep-pard Block, Pljone 1506. 260-0 c^iroprXctof.8 SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June' B. Smith,-If you are sick and want to' regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Otfice in residence, 993 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.3>) to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. HERBALIST HISTORY OP THE WORLD WAR, by Professor March. "Canada's Part in the War," by Celebrated Canadian, i Colonel Nasmith. Mammoth book; three hundred illustrations; great' money-maker; sample book free. Bradley-Garretson, Brantford, Ont . Ad o LOST-One span of mares, one grey and one bay, 1400 pounds; one black mare, white on face and feet, 1100 pounds; one black mare, three years old; one grey horse, 1000 pounds. All branded on__ left thigh. Last seen near Coaldaie. $5.00 reward for information leading to their recovery. W. S. Johnson, REPRESENTATR'^B WANTED to report on building and engineering work in Lethbrldge. This is a good side line for anyone with facilities for getting news. Commission paid for each report. We supply forms and postage. Apply, stating qualifications, to MacLean Daily Reports, Ltd., 345 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, Ont. Ad M Barnwell, Alta. 13-6 LOST-On the 23rd of December, between No. 6 and Lethbridge, three checks, on the Canadian Bank of Commerce, $204.00, $16S.OO and $158.00; also two notes for $1,000.00 and $82.75, and registration card, enclosed in folding black leather pocketbook. Finder will be rewarded for return to Mike Hulko, Ceciel Cafe, Lethbridge. 13-6 >R SALE-320 acres east ot Barons, [proved, 50 acres winter range, 140 acres ready for crop; snap for quick : eale. 450 acres at Coaldaie, Irrigated, .iwith.bulMIngs on, 200 ready for crop; e pHce" $75.00 per acre, easy terms. �160 acres irrigated, all plowed ready t'f6r'crop, $65.00 per acr^, easy terms. "Money to loan on improved farms. T. . Huff, Room 10, Alberta Block. 10-12 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Impounded in the east pound Nov. 26th-Buckskin pony. Ijyjpj Iranded on right thigh rsrsi I Dec. 23rd.-White gelding, about loo lbs., foretop clipped, no visible land.''White mare, about 1S60 lbs., visible brand. Brown gelding, about! 00 , lbs.,' .no visible brand. Sorrel adlng, "white 'face, foretop clipped,; |o .taircllpp�il> two hind white legs, i \ vIsibloT�Wrind. |)ec-,4'"l6tb.-Muelly cow r on right ribs an cowj branded on right SITUATIONS WANTED iWhen R�plylnr M�T)tton Th� BeraM' WANTED-Position by experienced lady stenographer. References. Apply Box 75 Herald._1-0 WANTED-Position as stationery engineer with 3rd class certificate. Apply 1921 4th Ave. north. 12-6 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL �. FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue South $35.00 REWARD LOST-1 black, 4-year-old mare, star in forehead; 1 brown, 4-year-old mare, star in forehead, some white on feet; 1 light sorrel, 3-year-old mare, light mane and tail; 1 bay, 3-year-old gelding; 1 dark gray, almost black. 3-year-ol'i KGlding. All the above oranded on right shoulder and 1^ on left thigh. I red �%. __and white 2 1-2 year oW heifer, should have calf at foot, brand on left rib. $5.00 per head will be paid for infor- _ mation and recovery of above aiiimaJs. S. C. Reynolds, Enchant, Alberta. 14-6 FARMERS AND FARMERS' sons! DON'T REMAIN idle this WINTER! Learn Gas Tractor arid Automobile Engineering in your spare time at HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOLS ot Lethbrldge, 308 2nd Ave. south; Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Vancouver, B.C., or Portland, Ore. 278-0 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTONS. GOO PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M.. 469. TO THE SICK - Before, giving up hope try. Raid's Herbal Compounds " prepared from the best known herbs, rootB and.barks, Write for my Herbal Otide, or call personally. John Rae. Herbalist, 707 13th Stroot N., next to United Church. 188-0 HAIR DRESSING FORSALEWHATYOUNEED City Second Hand Store New and Second Hand FURNITURE A specialty. We buy, sell, exchange, lend money on goods, and rent typewriters. 406 5th Street south. Phone 1428 or 768. 301-0 TO RENT TO RENT-Good housekeeping room in block, warm and every convenience. Apply Room 4, Hull Block. 16-6 TO RENT-Fully modem 7-roomed house. No. 1006 8th Ave. south. Apply Arthur Hayr. Phone 750; - 16-0 TO RENT-Very good furnished front room; use oif phone in modem home. Apply 315 7th Ave. south. 17-2 TO RENT-Two furnished light housekeeping rooms with gas, comfortable and warm. Apply 645 11th St. south 16-6 LADIES* COMFORT ROOMS NO. 1 HULL BLOCK. BUSINESS AS USUAL Special Electrical Treatment tor falling hair. Scalp Treatments. Facial Massage. Ladles' Own Combingo Made Dp. For Appointments Phono 1710. 276- DR8. DeVBBER, CAMPBELL, ROY, CRAGO & BRYANS. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30* 8 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 605. DRS. CONNOR, McNAI^LY & LBBOH -Office, 10!> Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence bl Dr. Oonnof, �19; residence ot Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1,80 to 8.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-BAIL iflYB, NOSH ft Throat; 116 Qhej'.ool^ Bldg. Offica hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phones; office 341; residence 5S3.. . , DR. P. W. TOLLBR-r-PI^YSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sliep'pard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms d to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.j 1.30 to 3.20 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Ofllce 780; residence' 419 Sth St. S., Phono 1494. MUSIC MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. 8>,''' ,.pouhdkeeper. Tractor Repairs We speolallte IB reborlne gas tractor cylinders, and fittini oversize ptstoOB and rings. We have In stock at present oversisa pistons for all popular makes pf gas tractors. Ford EBgihet Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 8. BROS. Phone 1732 ; 1 I f I-Acres'Irrigated, 140 Summei-fallowed and well watered. New Buildings. See Us About This. MURCHISON BROS., GADDES & BRADEN ^�ONB 1608 . 330 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WILL SELL for cash or exchange for cattle or horses, a 20 foot sq; shack and stable on two lots. Apply 714 l2th St north.____ 14-6 FOR SALE^Three-roomed shack on 2 lots, light water, and fenced; also good chicken coop. Taxes paid. Apply 226 16th Street North. 16-6 HOUSES FOR SALBi^We believe that we have a listing of every good buy in houses for sale In this city. We have had 11 years" experience. Dows-ley Land Agency. 246-0 FOR SALE-Nearly new fully modern seven-roomed house, taxes and insurance "paid. Can give title deeds at once. On two lots 46x146, 333 15th St. north. Apply Mrs. R. Burgess, 423 11th St. south. 14-4 FOR SALE-1 bull, 2 years old, and' two cows, 1 fresh in February; also 3 pigs. Apply George Foychuk, 1020 Sth St. north. 17-6 FOR SALE-1000 sligep, consisting of ewes and lambs, can be seen four miles south and 1 west ot Taber. N. W. Conrad, Taber, Alta, 14-6 FOR SALE-1000 tons good oat green feed, 116.00 per ton P. O. B. Vegrevllle. E. L. Paulin, P. O. Box 34, Vegrevllle, Alta. .12-12^ FOR SALE-One set of sheep wagon bows, one wood turning lathe, complete, 22 inch; one blacksmith bellows, a number of wood split pulleys. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North, city. P, A. Harding. 12-6 HAY! HAY! HAY! NO. 1 TIMOTHY, ?32.00. Extra choice green upland hay, ?22. Good green wild hay,.?20. F. O. B. cars. Red Deer, Alberla. Write S. I. Smith, Box 010, Red Deer, Alta. 6-12 are you satisfied with you; present living quarters? It not, go up to the "Y" today and aee for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. � The rates are low. ">ot. 4th Ave. and 10th St, S. Phone 647. TO RENT-Suite of two offices, fac ing Lethbridge Hotel, $18.00 per month including light, heat and hot and cold water. Ready for occupation Dec. 1st. suitable for doctor, dentist, etc. Apply J. D. Higlnbotham. 296-0 B usiness Cardi florists. FRACHE BROS. For Floral Destgna Roses, Carnations, Chrysanthem.ums and other seasonable flow' trs. Free delivery to any part of the city. 229-0 FOR EXCHANGE fTVhen Replying Mention Th? HeraM. FOR TRAt)H-Will exchange the property at 443 18th S.t N; cor 5th Avenue, consisting of two lots and five roomed house for automobile, muiJt be in good condition. Clear title to property. Apply Box 30, Herald. 15-6 ? .;..;. .> .:..;. � �. �-> : .> ? replies ' ? ? Have been received, for the following box numbers and are waiting to becallad for;' 2, 10, 18, 27, 30, 50, 56. 60, 61, 73. ? ? FOR SALE-25 late hatched Barred Rock cockereSs at ?5 each, all related to Calgary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat winners. These will make extra good breeders and with proper care some winners. Apply Westbrook Bros. 14-0 UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on ap< plication. Special quotation large quantities. Sample at our office. HARRIS & ROSSITER, 120 3th St. 8. . Phone 1412 264-0 NOTICE Applications for position as caretaker of the G. W. V. A. Clubrooms, will be received by the Secretary up till 8,30 p.m. this (lay. 16-6 NOTICfe To relations of W, G. Hewitt, who was killed at Kipp, Alberta, on'the" C. P. R. early this month. N. Smith, 109 4th Stteet south, LdtUbrldge, wishes to get in communlcatloii'wlth relaU'r/s concerning the late W. G. Hewitt. 17-1 HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Plumbing, Furnace Work and Gas Fitting. Estimates Furnished Free. Phone 762. 306-0 canadian patriotic fund LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phono 701. Office hours 9 to 5; Saturday 9 to 1 p.m. 168-0 NEMI8CAM O. S. WARREN, Neraiscam, Alta. Insurance-^Fire, Hall and Live Stock. Real Estate and Farm Loans. Live Stock agent. Represented in Calgary and Lethbridge. 193-^Oc PIANO TUNING O. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TONER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairisr: 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to tho leading musicians ol the city. Phone u68 1263 etftAll^al^^Miak Business Cards (Continued) 8PIRELLA CORSETIER'.E MISS AILBEN M. JONES-Pianoforte flaying and Theory; one hfandrad per cent of pupils entered for -the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music London, Eng., last year were suc'ccasful Studio, 623 9th Street South. ' MRS. W, H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and- Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black* board, keybourd, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. CLAIRE S. DOBLE Teacher of i Piano Playing, Theory and ! . FLETCHER MUSIC METHOD (Simplex and Kindergarten). Studio, Y. IM. C. A. Residence phone No. 1072. 17-26 _� DANCING_ MISS GLADYS ATTREE is resuming her classes p.f ball room and classl- . cal dancing at the Y.M.C.A. Wedhfes-� day and Thursday, Dec. 4rh and 5th at 4.15 p.m. Write 113 A. Sth Ave. W., Calgary. 239-0 DRAWING AND PAINTING MISS KIRK is re-opening her classe.s for drawing and painting at the Y. M. C. A. on Monday at 4 p.m., and Tuesday at 4 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., January 6th and 7th. Write or call, room 1,'! Victoria Mansions. Phone 636. 17-26 Appointments Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN, Suite 69, Dominion Bloeic 259-0 OECORAYiNG WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsominlng, General Decorating and' Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest eBtabllshed painters fn Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; offica phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg.. Leth bridge. Alberta. educational GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwriting, Bookkeepiac and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 131s Residence Phone of Principal 1531. Write for Pull Information. VULCANIriNQ a. MEADS-''AIlSfTING, DBCORAT-Phone 690. 117-* Ing and Papnrhanglng. ^11 Sth Ave. B._ FOR- DECORATING, painting and pa-sperhanglhg, see ,S. Whltaker, 612 7th St S., Phone 1820. Estimates given. Best materials used. FOR UP-TO-DATE house sign and car painting See The Home Decorators. Q. T. Drinkall. Manager, next to Herald Office. shoe repairing SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Shrank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. AUTO REPAIRING TAKE YOUR AUTOMOBlCETrSubles to D. E. MacDonald, first class mechanics will take care of your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give! un a trial and be one of o'iir regular customers. Opposite Lethbrldge Herald Building, 6th St. . water locator WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATB water for you. Charged J20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Avs. A. South., Lethbridge. Phone 1547. 97-0 UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERLY, LEADING PUI�rER-al director and licensed emhalmer, motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phono 661, residence phono 1176. Open day and uight. WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing in the rubber line. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire before you see us, it may bo worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, B. Ohap-'lin. Prop., 712 3rd Aveniis soutli, near Royal Bank. Phono 1664. 148-0 WHEN YOUR TIRES NEED REPAIRING Run your car into our garagia and we will take the defective tire off and replace it with your spare, or phone 1837 so we-can'call for It. All work guaranteed. Express on all out ot town orders paid both .ways. PALACE VULCANIZING V^ORKS J. Schultz, Manager, an ild-timer at It, in a new dreaa; formerly -of Schultz & Ritchie, now at PALACE GARAGE, 2nd Ave. South, 305-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET - 8PBC1ALISTS~IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention is given to country ordert. 824 6th Street South. Phone 1812 loo SAM-CLEANING, PRESSINgT Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable vricei, We call for and delived goods. 410 Ctb Street South Phone 634 . jsj.ao WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and loth Street PRIVATE HOSPITALS MACKAY & SELL-Funeral directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence 803 3ra Ave. S: Phono 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment. Always open. BAKERY_ KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made 'principles, Kirkby & Oo,, 606 3rd Ave. 8. Phone 1627. PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRST-VaS Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maiemity Home. 1224 7lh Avenue South. Phone 746. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOOKSMmiS^rfiiiS barrels straightened, guns restock-ed, gun i*ork done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicyole-s typewriters, phonographs, any Uieht machinery^ repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D, E. Macdonald, IndUn Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032 6Ui Street, opposite Herald Office."