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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UnTHBWDGE DAH.t HERMIT PAGR THREE PART OF'CHEEK CUT OUT: ANTHRAX VICTIM 8AVIO Tiie (bird case ut an- thrax to be treitecl here within the yut month ID the vital. The patient IB John Biggs, who It supposed to have re- etlred the Infection while at hll work in Another em- It declared, died o( anthrax poiioataf a few weeks ago.' The other. was that ot a youni Enilthfield school teacher, E. C. Ire- ccntracled the poliou fi'om a shaving hruBh, aud died In hospital here last mouth. In the case ot the patent who Is recovering, a surgeon cat out the iiitected piece ol the ctuek, and checked the spread ol the- deadly poison. the huidt ot the City Trwunrtr ot the Olty ot being the proceed" o! certain sold under By-Laws Number 119. 151 and 245 for the ex- tension of water aud for hljhl pressure syitem la City of Leth-i bridge and which not re-] quired for the ptirpoie. And whereu the Council of the City of Lttbbrldge are deslroue of and works pumps. and uulldfc't and equipping a piuaphoun and making improvements to the liiUke of the waterworks of the Qlty of Uthbrldte by schedule "A" to this And whereat the amount of money novc in the hands of the City Treasurer unexpended nuder the above-mention- ed by-laws, Plant ot the IScffluiglon Anus Co., Bridgeport.'Conn., built at a cost of and "Remington City." ivitn its six hundred homes for work- ers, was sold to New York interests. FOR (Agricultural) d nuder the above-me auruot required f FORi pure bred Percheroh Etalllbu, ,four years old, sired by the famous Government Inspect- ed and registered in Class A. Apply, J. C. Harker, Magrath, Alta. gentle milk cows, three HohtcinB, coining fresh m March, and one Write Hox CCS, clly. or phone R40S. good milk cows, somb fresh aud some duo to freshen soon. Apply J. A. Wells, Ccaldale, Alia._________ _ FOR gopd' fresh milk cows, young aud giving a large amount of tailk. I'honc Rural 102, or call nt my farm. Charles Claspoy, Leth- bridge. VOR S.MjKPGas tractor. 50-61', over- liaulod last summer; six-bolton John quick-detachable plow, breaker sud stubble bottoms, all overhauled. Will sell at a sacrifice. Owner Icav 'or the purpose ot tbe extension of water- works and for high pressure system, is the sum of Piionw: Office 1C30; home 1st for diseases ot Bar, NOK.I Throat and Skin. New Kx-studeut Paris, London. Berlim. Vienna. Budapest. Hours: 9 to UJ, ajn.; 4 to 5 p.m., and V to 3 P.M.' _ Onion Bank Building. Phone DR. J. S. SUR-I OEON and Accoucheur. Oliver, Block. Hours: 10.30-12; 3.30-4.30; 7-8.SO. Office phone Residence 1256 Sixth Ave. A, Residence phone 437. I DR. J. B. LOVBRINQ, Physician anl'i Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. and residence, S12 3rd Are. South. Hours: 11 to 12, 1 to 3, 7 to Telephone, day and night. 1242. PIANO TUNING Q. H. Player-Piinb and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Awn.. Ltcdoa. England. Heterencei to. the leading musicians ot tho city. Phona 1161. 10th SL S. VI AVI ViAVi A HOMH women's diseases and nervous dli orders. Saccessfu' for 25 Lit on roqucsL Mrs. S33 7th St. S. 1712. OSTEOPATH1C P.O. Bex 80S Phone 1C1S F.H.WILK1NS SIGHT SPECIALIST cuthard Jlock Third Avt. Phone 1956 Res. 1937 WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A Pleaw Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 CHARTERED ACGOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 6-8 Acadl.n Building 612 Third (South) DECORATING WELLINGTON DKO-' orators, and Painters. Kalsomlnlng. Generel D-corallnc BQd.SIgn Wrttlng. The oldest CBlablleUiJ palnten la Lethbridge. Rei. phone offlcs phono 176Z. Sherlock OR. J. E. HORNINQ OSTEOPATHtC PHYSICIAN f 316-18-20 Sherlock Bldfl. 10.12; by" appointment. Phone 1 W. EDUCATIONAL COLLEGE 411 Sth 3t South, Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping and ail Commercial SubJocU, Office Phone 1315. Retldence Phone of Principal 1531, Write for Full Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'Ckil r AN HAAilLEM PRIVATE HO8- pitaL 1524 7th Ave. S.. Lcthbrlctgs. Phone 746. Accommodation for sarTiK and raperbanglng. Phone 694 611 Sth Ave. 8. 117-0 MUSIC E. L. COPELAND. E. R. KENT. The Pyiamid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and papt-k'banging a spe- cially. Satisfied customers bur aim. I'hone 1903. Oil! 12th St. South. BAKERY ery, for pastry that- you can depend tpon being mado on home-made principles. Kirkby tc Co., 3rd Ave. S Phone 18Z7. MISS A1LEBN M. Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the examinations of tha Hoyal and Royal College ot: Music, London, England, last, year were enccesstuL Studio. 623 Sth Street South. TRANSFER VETERANS'. ory, proprietor. Light and heavy dfaying. Furniture removed. -Coal and wood delivered, c.ovl. 1317 1st Ave. N., LcthbrldBO UNDERTAKING Tractor Cylinders Reground We specialize 111 regrindini; gas tractor qiid MLUiig ovcrriiKC itlaton.1! and ringa, have in slock at present oversize pislona for all jtopulAv of 1i.ittors. Auto Cylinders Reground NiVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 5. Phone 1732 T. S. FUN- er.il director aou licensed embalm er, molor or horse driven hearse, Parlors opposfta Court Housa, fice phono C51, residence p lion a 117C. Open day nnd night. MRS. W. H. of piano harmony and theory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils trained for Toronto Conservatory examinations if ds- ilred. Studio. 1Z3S Bth Ave. A. S. (formerly Ave. A. S.} llTTfcbT ot Voice, I'iano and Theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory' ciams. This year's ITst anows three obtaining a cloven five "first Class one pupX the "Silver medal" for highest marts ID her grade for tho Dominion. He- cltats held Cliristrnas, Kaster and June. Studio. 4HA 6th SI. S. CLEANING ANO DYEING SPEC1ALIST3 LS French Dry Cleaning. Our proceis eliminates danger-ot injury to gar- ments. Only tho highest class work turned out. No .dyeing. attention ij given to country or den, Clh Street South.-Phone ISli. IB J mm mi Ull DRAY1NG Of, AH Kindt WesternlransferCo, .limited P. i.. Freight snedi PHONES Buy your out-of-town supplies Avilh Dominion Bxpress Mono? Orders. Hvo iollars coals three cents. t Repairing and allciMlons at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 Glh Street South. I'hone 1528. GUNSMITHS GII N S.M rr 1 1 LO u kS barrels straightened, guns restoek. ed, guo Jooo by a keys made, locks repaired, lypewrllDrs, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers tliarponcd. D. 1C. Macdouald. Indian Motocyclo Phone 1032. (tg Slreel. opposite Herald Office. Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture ID Lnrge or Small Consignments WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; after 6 p.m., 4M Dr, A, T. SPANKIE M.D., C.M. Nose, Eaf .an'd Tli v oat Specialist IIUJl' Htw T, Burns PnllSlaj.Corner Sth AT% ?ui1 Rt.'rst E, Culimrj. l> S; HOI'H, ;