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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE D AI I^Y HERALD Wednesday, February 5, 1913 These Advertisements Cannot Pay The Advertiser Until They Pay You 26 Words. 25 cents an Insertion; 6-.Insertions for the price of 4 Must be Paid in Advance S!TUAT�ON� VACANT 1 TOiNTEDr-Men and women to learn barber trade; tools given each student; large demand for graduates. Now % splendid time to learn. Catalogue free. Mbler College, Calgary, Alberta; / ' . 262-H) RANTED-A boy about 16 years to assist in men's furnishings. Apply to Goodman, 3rd Ave. S. 43-6 WANTED �- Domestic Help, good wages' to* good girl. Apply Mrs. L. X$el,.,*", yOwii'er is' compelled' to return home. ".(Owner is compelled' to retu ^^JAlg^^^^reJd^pfnce. '.J^jiRASbB^Tln'Bhop in instllng ''i^cwnfcwith' wcellentjarmtag country SI |^>;.enw�lndtiiB. Owner, leaving town. Address Chas >|r|ej8pn,,,Yulcan, �lta. 46-^6 LQT3 POH-SALE �. J WOR  BAUD-Two iota in block 8, ;Patkdale,'t250 each, terms. Also two , |ots in Block F, Parkview, 9850 each, terms. Apply B. F.. Box B7, City 224-0 FOR SALE]-Lots 18, 19, 20, Block 9, s1 ^'.'Pirkdale, $600 cash. Westley, 917- fethSSt South. Phone 715._3-Ox � FOR 3ALE-Fine building lot for sale ,cheap. Lot ,52, Block 1, 5599s. What avsoCtor?, Owner, A. D. Thomson, Vancouver Heights, B. C. 44-6 LOST-FOUND 1 &Ot$�#$}.u.OO reward for return of pay" drivitng mare .weight lOOOrtrST, branded PA (Paul Audette brand) jolh'eft on Jeft shoulder and HB (join-Ejovrf ed") %i:hghfeJav^Harold Addy, Taber %gpor$,J}i$, Hamilton, Lethbridge. 44-18 ' SJ*00, jREIWARD-Lost railway ticket. \la Kd uonton;,to Wlunipeg; return to Ch� ipbfill,-Wilson, & Home Ltd. 46-3- V \ f VaVt&'BOABD ANP ROOM ' i BO^RpV^W0 ROOM-First class, all H?' 'mgrfern];!;.>� 284-^0 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING - 210 Tenth Street South. , � i AUCTIONEER EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- Alberta Block, LethbrWge. Day school and evening classes. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, English, Typewriting. Stvidents may enter at any time.' A.M. Fisher; Principal. Office Phone 1315; Residence Phone 1531. 287 ART OF SINGING RHYND JAMIESON-Baritone, teacher of the Art of Singing. Tone placing and voice building. English Diction. Musical director WeBley church. Studio: 14 Hull Block. Telephone 1742, Lethbridge, Alta. PIANO TUNING I *---;-!-;-;--� A. HULBERT-Expert Piano Tuner 1253 Sixth Avenue A. South. Agent for the Gerhard Helntzman Pianos. Phone 1168. ' i PAINTING J. E. SIMONS CO., Up-to-date Decorat-ing. It's the quality, durability and rfppearance of our work that increases our business: daily. Painting, Papering and Kalsominlng. Phone 1216. 7l4-3rd Ave. South. FURRIER -* *------rr.-;-:-:-* CHANGE OF ADDRESS-SCOTT, the Lethbridge Furrier, In . future at The Bontley Company. ...... *- WHOLESALE HYDE & SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS in hay, grain, potatoes. Write, wire or phone for quotations on car or small lots, mixpd'earsj/etc. We guarantee choicest quality. Let us handle your wheat. Satisfaction guaranteed. 210 W. t. WILSON^-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted' on reasonable terms. Live stock a$d farm "sales a specialty; Office at' the' Wilson Furniture Go.,- 404 13th St, North. Phpne 1023. Residence Phone 685. Dowiitown office at' the Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty- Co,^Phone - 1-17JU' i CANADIAN GEN'L SUPPLY. CO., Ltd. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S.: Building Mining, Railway Contractors Supplies, Coal;. Paints, Lubricating Oils, Plate Glaris., Beaver Board. 231 PEDLARS','JPtRE "PROOFING PRa DUCTS, 6's^aSfa Steel .SWngleaJjgal-vanized" Ridge, Corrugated Iron. Reck faced stone siding, Galvanized and Fainted Metal Lath and Corner Board, etc. Also Metal Ceiling carried In stock. The Lethbridge-Woy-bum Realty Co., Ltd.. general agents ELECTRICIAN --* . . .. ^ I LEICESTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus Installed. Repairs: promptly executed.,:-. SfrO, E. Building. 10th St. South, Phone 1332. | ACCOUNTANT j *----'-1-'-:--r-.* J. W. JARVIS &, CO., AUDITORS and BUSINESS AGENTS,' offer their services and Invite correspondence with storekeepers whose books and accounts need attention. Large experience in managing financial and accounting end of businesses. Debt, collections a specialty. 427 and 428 Travis Block, Calgary. T.ThS-^tf 90CIETIB* "HOWDY PAP" Loyal _ Order of Moobo, Leth- t bridge Lodge No. 792 \ Meets every- Thursday night in the Oddfellows' Hall. C. L. i Shaw, Dictator. Will meet on 2nd and 4th.-Thursdays oijly, beginning Fobruary 1913. Address Secretary, P. O. Box 374.:. Around the World $639. lO From starting ^ point back to same point via the new Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamer. Empress of Russia From Liverpool, Apr. 1 PORTS TO CALL Gibraltar, Villefranche, Port Said, Suez, Colombe, - Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nagaski, Kobe, Yokohama and Vancouver.' For an additional $51.70 which will include hotel expenses, the following side-trips may be made: Gibraltar to Alegeclras, Spain; Villefranche to Nice .and Monaco, Port Said to Cairo and the pyramids, thence to Suez, interesting trips from Colombe in the Island of-. Ceyjon. v A second Around the World Excursion will be made to connect with the "Empress of Asia" sailing frofai fitverpool,. May 27th. .' - .For further information and .Sloping car Reservations, apply, to any Canadian Pacific. Ticket Agent, ft. G. McNEILLIE, District- Passenger Agent,, , Calga^ Alberta. Demand VS. 3,400 employees will mean an of approximately 12,000 people This means a tremendous demand for building sites. On account of this demand--our property m (Wednesday Prke \ Thursday Friday Saturday $175 per lot See MITFORD & CO. Phone 1235 � tj PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prpp. - Phone 632 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. / FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. PATENTS Tetherjfconhau^h &(& "The Old Establiahed"Rrm" TORONTO(H�ttor(l��)l OTTAWA noYAiMNK siiBaniniii\cant eubgunnji Mar tin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1 3 8 6 Careful and phompt service. Business Women to Run Homes .:� : : BY J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia What America needs'today above ail things Is business women. And, where we need them most Is not in business offices but In the homes. What . we want Is not so much a woman who can run a kitchen, as a woman who1 knows how much it costs to run a kitchen. If we do not get our domestic] i science up to the standard of our commercial science we are going to start! an epidemic of household Insolvency that will startle the world. Ninety per cent of our matrimonial unhappiness Is due not to temper nor temperament but to common, ordinary domestic bankruptcy. There Is no money In the family till; the books won't balance; the cash is overdrawn; and the partners are at war. That's the story; that's the whole story. And In most such cases, even Reno becomes an unbearable! expense. i Nearly every tug at the heart strings begins with a tug at the puree strings.  .  If the women pf America have the brains to maintain many of the equalities which they now enjoy, they must also have the brains or acquire the! elenee to run their homes along commercial lines. The chief problem of domestic eelence, is how to take a certain'Income of money and live up to It; not over It and'not necessarily under It, but how to make all of your bills balance that certain amount of cash. Naturally the only way to do this Is to plan your expenditures. And'the only way to know the cost of what you are going to buy and what is fashionable, is to read the 6tore news. This stare.hews. Is published every day ln-the advertlsih^ paper. No shrewd merchant hides his light under a bushel. Whenever hd'1 has anything good to offer you, he puts It /over.vhls slgnature'ilnitheseiibcirumhs * So the first thing you gain by following the advertising is;achate";always > 9f the Heat that Is being offered In e�oK^jQ^>wAn()?.:wh.^v1ih.t�f..:v realize that so many thousands of you are^usJao^thel^adv^rtlBlrfB'-ydriy^y^diiy.'-. as the basis for your buying, you may .defjeiid iiipqn'slt' they are igolng^toifV stretch every possible point to.maintain ,y^ur,\lnterest. i?r'�..''-,. ^i^.i#l,Q$JSg. i .If you will follow this plan for a short time, you will find that you are' merchandising your home In the same way that these business meh'are^er-i; chandlslng their stores. You will become as shrewd at buylngas they aijei'-r; Your books will begin to balance, and you will discover that you are the he^d of a suessaa iuUUttiam ka��m m� wfrosoerous Home.' 44 ;