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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGi! TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914 REFRIGATOR WITHOUT ICE f Odoo luNnaeteea carriages were the j bonder of the oountry. ! Later, it yras the {IreleBs cooker. Nov, along comas a man with an (oeless refrigerator. And there is morp tlum a p;i?sing ix)ssihillty tliat ireless ri'irigprntor? �will be made in Lethbriiigo. ] .los. Ntelson of Carmansray is ii-,e j niau with tUp iceless re'risenuor. Ho ; does uol claim to be tlie inventor. .\. I P. Henry o" Idaho lioltls r.hnt honor, j but 'SU: NIe'ison hold? tlie t'.^tn.'uiian riglils. and lia? s;omewi\nt improved ! on tlie oriainai ieeless lee box. whieti | jie now p'.-c!)ose!! to )>laoe on the mar- I Icev. . , I'.if iiatent Tlie nxvt intricate thins about the icelers refrigerator, says Mr. Xielson. "bo was in the | eity from C.irunin^.iy or. f^aturday. ' eeliing a earioad oi cattle. The rest Is so sinr.iie as lo inalie it seem aiu.ost | 11 joke tliat rio one ever t'aonslit of it j Ijefore. jr is wel! known that i;; India. t'lC natives carry water in porou? jars to ] Xecp It cool Tile ice.ess refrigerator j ivorldern furuitihed house, eight roomg, fairly central. Write par-ticulars and rent to Box 12. Herald Oftlce. _25-0 WW-N'TED-Second hand hlHcksmlth tools for cash. Apply U. 1... Kimball, lis Sherlock Building. 28-0 WANTED-Two second hand golden oak flat top offlco or typewriter desks. Must be In good condition and cheap. Slate price. Box ;!3, Herald. _ jzHl WANWD^BirnciroF~ "you ng horsea Apply Box 1, Windy Ridge, .-Vila. 4,1-.) THE NURSING MISSION Provides vUttlnR uursca for maternity and nil medical and surgical cases (except contagioua diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission i4l4 7th .\venue South. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervlaor. (Miss) M. a. McKay, Orad. Nurie. ! SITUATIONS AVANTED j WANTED-Hungarian girl seeks position afl servant or maid, thoroughly competent and experienced; a good cook. Terka Kovach, Box .=15, Stat-fordville. .'Vita. TO RENT TO KKNT-For comfort and refinement reside in the Victoria Mansions. Single bedrooms completely furnished with bath, from $12 per ijjonth; also furnished suite of rooms accommodating two or more persons, $-'3 per month, with every modern cou-veuieuce. Free iiso of laundries and kitchens to guests. Apply at once U\ Mansions Office, 3rd -Vve. S. 47-0 TO RENT-Comfortable room tor one or two young men; use of piano; close to car line. Apply store. 012 7th St. S. Phone 1657. ____ OEblChis ~TO KaNT-^Uest located ofllces iu ths city. All modern conveniences. Union Bank of Canada Building. For further information apply to C>. R. Tinning Manager. 283-0 WANTED-Good general servant. Ap-plv Mrs. E. U. Rylande, 609 12th St. South. 42-6 ,ve travelled through my constitu- P^-^-^/^^^ ^"^^^ , and have met the people, and I Appb Gait Hospital. WANTED-A competent ward maid. 42-0 thev are discouraged and dissatisfied; i WANTED-Ladies to do work at and the result is that_some oi them ! home, decorating cushion tops Can I are leavmg . (Canada. Now when^ I iZ I^! j cabmet mmisters come to the West  ^ ^.arwick Block, Winnipeg, f  . thev come on a special train or in a j special car. Thev visit the members 1 WANTED-Two real estate salesmen, of the partv in the chief centres ; but : must have had experience and he we 1 , 1 will guarantee this, that not one oi, j� RWk^ ^" ! them who came to the West last year^'"- Balmoral Block. Apply H. Gal-43-0 �The following is the Hansard re port of the speech in the debate on the reply to the address from the throne delivered by Mr. W. A. Buchanan, MP., tor this riding :- _____ �.My observations on this amendment ; (J'^^^p eontact with the farmers  SALESMEN WANTED-Experience �-m be very brie!. I desire to sum- .themselves or went out and met them ! nnnecessarj-, easy work, big pay. niarize the argument put up by the ' ,-^,.^5 ^^ ^^jp^j f^^^ ^yt-. i Write for large list of opening offer- members from western Canada on be- ^^^^ conditions existing tliere. li thev Iopporlunitles to earn *100 to $500 haUoi this measure,, which we.beheve 5,-^^ j^^^ 3, they would realize that� ^..^^^."''^ "i;,^"^^ Association, Kansas City, San 273- �*ill be an inestimable advantage to g^-g^,. ^-gj-^ tliat the western Canada , gj^igg^g^-g Training he farmers oi the western provinces. ; njembers have said in this debate is I Chicago, New Y'ork, Ke The deniand us, general ; it does not absolutely true, and that free wheat ; Francisco.__ tepresent one political party only, the necessities for the west- j braKEMEN, FIREMEN - Railroads but represents, I can safely say, a'-'eni Canadian farmer. I am an opti-1 entering Lethbridge. Wages �100. most the unanimous sentiment of the misj. regard to the West, I believe j Experience unnecessarj'. Send age, people oi western Canada. In my own j, the West, it is a country with un- I stamp. Railway Association, Dept. tjommunity I have come in contact told riches. But we must have our i 1312. Brooklyn, N. Y._ �ft-ith men who are leaders in the people there living under conditions wiVTBc-Good general servant Im- torp ____i_ ----- .---------* � Mrs. 4R-6 For Sale or Exchange Conservative party, and they declare satisfactory to them ; conditions must wasihing -Apnlv themselves in favor of free wheat, 51,,^ that as a result of their lab- i j^^^ 1^,^ g realizing that it is in the interest of the people mav he able to make a ; ' \he farmers oi the West. The Minis- prolltable living, and that they can-' Iter of.Public Works (Mr. Rogers) yes- j^^^ do under present tariff condi-lerday was looking for reasons, and tions. If I were to outline the needs 1 think enough have been ofiere'l him (,1 the West at the present time as ! FOR SALE-Baled straw, delivered iu In induce the government to pro-nie, presented bv the farmers and others, | ton lota or more; t.=>.00 per ton. Phone in the budget, for free wheat. Nv.v ij ^ould speak also of a general re-I 349. Athletic Park. J. C. Hanralian. I believe every man in this house i*! ' duction in the tariff, more transpor-j___"^^"0 anxious for the development of Ihe tation (aciiities and lower freight FOR SALE-One 6-ft wall case in good western provinces ;. and I will be c-an- rates. Some oi this house think the ' condition; zinc lined, suitable for gro-rijd enough to say that western Can- west has been afiorded a large mile- ] cerles, drugs or tobaccos. Also one 6-ft oda is not developing at the present ^ agg gf railway transportation. That ; show case, wiU sell cheap. Alexandr; WOMAN IN TERRIBLE STATE Fiodt Help in Lydia �. Pink� ham's Vegetable Compound. j is true, but still in my own district, I which is 180 miles square, there are I points that are tifty and sixty miles I away from a railroad, where farmers Hotel Cigar Stand. Lethbridge. 46-li TO RENT-After Jaiuiar.v 1st, 1914. the premises on 6th St. S. now occupied by The Davidson Metal Co. Ltd. Good office and workshop. For particulars apply to The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Bldg., Srd Ave. 8. ____301-0 Td~RirNT--Eight roomed storey and' half housb. No. 1607 7th Avenue S., Fully modern. $26.00 per month. Apply Arthur Hayr 326 6th St. or 1516 7th Ave. S. _7-0 FOR RENT-For a good room with all modern convenUnces, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. - . 24-0 TO RENT-Furnished house for three months, fully modern, gas in furnace and cook stove. Apply Box 48, Herald. 26-0 TO RENT-Modern six roomed cottage, 1214 Srd Avenue A., vacant Feb. 5th. Kirkham Bros.. Phone 556. Room 1, Kirkham Block. 39-0 TO RENT-Five roomed storey and a half house, No 41? 20th St. N., $10 per month. Apply.; Geo. Whelen, 1208 Sth Avenues., or Plfone 1115. 41-6 TO RENT-Six room fully modern house with fireplace, 623 11th Street South. Six room fully modern house, gas installed in furnace and kitchen. 1215 6th Ave S. " -A.pply B. B. Mccarty, 640 9th St. S. 42-0 TO RENT-Fully modern six roomed house with good cooking range, being number 712 10th St. S. Apply Mrs. W. Ingram, 1302 7th Avenue S. Lethbridge ,Phone 470. 42-0 FOR RENT-No. 1010 7th Ave. South, 0 roomed fully modern cottage in desirable locality, $20.00 per month. Apply to owner. 1012 7tli Ave. S. 44-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-Choice residence lots close to car line, cheap. Sewer, water and light. ?2a cash each, balance $lil ner month. W. M. GlUelan, 1222 3rd Ave. South. 47-6 FOR SALE-Five and ten acre lots, plowed and irrigated, near school, judt east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd � Devine, Hull Bldg., 7th St. Phone 1017. 279-0 FOR SALE-To close an estate, priv ate sale. 20 acre tract Bast Calgary surveyed into 196 lots. For an In FOR SALE OR EXCH.A.V(3E~If your property is for sale or exchange, sc us. We make a specialty of exchan; -i vestment or plotting proposition thl? , are endeavoring to farm and where '] ing anything., anywhere real estato or they have been farming for the last i Personal property. Commiss.on rea-|thxL:or four years^ I Huote one ;-j^^.^'^^- � ""V^'^^m tiBBtance. . On the Ist of July last, I i ^^^^ ^.f^inggg, ^-rUe. phone 721 or call had occasion to attend a demonstra-j g. Larsen Ltd., 117-118 She.-- tibn in a district known as the Al-1 Building. 2-0, :torado district. .At that demonstra-; __--� -E^r-fr,':7,Tr^' Ition, at a place fifty miles from ^\^,,^^^^^^oJ^'"!^"^:; ; railroad, taere were a thousand peo-. ,^ ,jo,tns. All Al. Wish to exchnnee ;ple-m attendance, among them some | quarter section land and will as-I farmers whose places were sixty and ; gume mortgage. Kimball & Larson, Ballevne, Ohio. -"I was in a terrible ' seventy miles from railroad connec-1 j.td., 117-118 Sherlock Bldg. tate before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's . tions. Tliese people catinot help but. 721. ___ Vegetable Cora- be discouraged in their efforts. What j pound. My back is the cause of these people going to Echeduntil I thought live in .^uch places. Homestead land.s itwouldbreak.Ihad were opened, railroads promised to' p^oR SA,LE--Choice residence lot pains all over me, huild and the people went in. .\nd let , ^.jose to car line for sale cheap; ?50.0( ner\'0U3 feelings and nie say. one of the most unpopular'' periodic troubles. I measure.^ passed last year was the subsidy I0 railway - unpopular in a district which is lookini; for a branch of tlie Canadian Northern railway. 'I'hat company had made promi.ses. is a rare opportunity for some one who is looking ahead. The facts will show conclusively that actual value la cut in half. This sacrifice means big loss and no trade will be considered. J200 to $500 cash required. Lon terms balance. Apply Executors. 1 Blow Block, Calgary. xxv FllORf 30-0 MiscellaneoUB for Sale FDR S.M.r-Choice alfalfa, mixed hay and best re-sorted potatoes, sup i)li?d in ton lots or over, by the Growers' ecmipany, Farm Products, Ltd. Hull Building, 7th St. Phone ilG!7'. 293-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO lA^A.V-on well ImprcT-ed 'arm landa Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Alberta Loan Build-ng. 5th St. South. Phono 1214. 158-0 MONEY TO LOAN-Improved farm lands security, 8%. Box 172, or k. J. Healy, 405 5th St. S., LeUibridge, Alberta. 300-0 Business Opportunities FOR S.'UvE-Grocery business in fine locality, ideal climate, good chance tor right party. Write today. P. 0. Box 414, Nelson B. C. 43-IS Notice to Intending Settlers Take notice that on Monday, February 2nd, 1914. the following land will bo open for homestead entry- The South-West Quarter of Section Thirty-one; Township Eight; Range Two; West of the Fifth Meridian. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 30th day of December. 1913. J. W. Stafford, 17-30 Agent Dom. Lands. Professional Cards MEDICAL dr. w. s. galbraith-Physician, Sih-gcon, Accoucher. Hoiir.s 2-3; 7--8 p.m. Office !U4 Third Avenue. Phono 1253. DR. MVnally-OfIice7 Stafford Hlk," ftesldonce 1266 Sixth .Vvonuo. Office hours 11-12; l-.l; 7-S.;W. Office phone ;U9; Residenco lUKO. dr. c. c. cragg-HhyBlcfan, Suf-,!;eoii, .�\cconcher. Office at residmice corner 5th Aveuuo South and 7th Street South. lIour.=i: 8-9; 1-3; 7 lo _S^oO._Phone 1203. _ dr. "tAYLoW-^Eiir;"Eye." ^'ose" and Throal; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 13; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 341; losidenco 59;!. dr. j. e. lovering-Pli, ician and Surgeon. X-Rny equipment. Corner ,^rd .-Vvonue and Sth Stdcet. iDr. Mewburn's old stand.) Phone 1242. Office lioura, U to 12; 1 to ;i and 7 to 9, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN MUSIC orlaivido kay-TeaclU'f of Piano. Harmony and Theory. Lessons given in Shorthand: .Apply 1404 7th A\e. North, Letlibrldge. the let1m^r1^gFTmperTal~or^ chestra-Open for dances for .season. .\ny number of plece.s supplied. Violinist, .1. B. Gaskell; pianist, It. N'ceds. Rox 494. c lIn e's'c i fV" o rc h e sf r A-SanTie engaKod for Dances. Hunnuets, Socials, Recaptlonn, VVeddlngs. etc. .\ny number of piBces Bu,)plied. Good niusic, well played. Evening droaa when desired. F. Cllne, Mana.a;er, Plionc 1267. i PIANO TUNING ^--------_________________^ G. h. cripps-Expert Piano Tuner. .IvTiX 6th .-Vvenue A South. Phonw ' ui;s. EDUCATIONAL dr. l. b. mason-.Member of College Physicians and Surgeons, .Alberta. Suite 316-18, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1414. TO EMIL ESKALA, CARMANQAY, ALBERTA. TAKE Notice that John L. Bowser, of Yetwood, in the Province of Al berta, has commenced an action againat you and Matbias Juopperi and Henrv Tokola in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District o| Lethbridge, to recover the �um of 11629.30 with interest, and io defaiUt thereof to foreclose an Agreement fo-Sale entered into on the 13th day of August A.D. 1909 for the sale of the South West Quai-ter of Section Two (2) :Township fifteen (15), Range twenty-two (2,2), West of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, between John L. Bowser as vendor and H. Tokola. Mathias Juopperi and Emil Eskala as purchasers. You are to enter an appearance! with the Clerk of the Supreme Court at Lethbridge by the 14th day of March 1914, otherwise judgment will be entered against you. Dated this 5th dav of February A.D. 1914. PALMER & .McLBLLAND, Solicitors for the Plaintiff, Lethbridge, Albertn. Approved: J. A. Jackson. AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS. In the matter of the estate of Alexander \V. Tomacky, late of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the es tate of the late Ale.xander W. Tomacky, who died on or about the 9tl) day of January A.D. 1914, are required to send to The British Canadian Trust Company, Conybeare Block, IvCthbridge, Alberta, on or before the 28th day of March A.D. 1914. a full statement of their claims, and of any securities held by them, duly verified, and after that date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the assetr of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard onI> to the claims of which notice has been filed with The British Canadian Trust Company. Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, thlp 4th day of Februa'ry, A.D. 1914. PALMER & McLBLLANT), Solicitors for the Administrator. MASSAGE superfluous hair removed- Miss K. May Holmes, graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Institute, i\Iedlcnl .Massage and Gymnastics, (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull Blk. VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- The natural home treatment for nervousness, etc. 1110 3rd Avenue South. Hours 5-6 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by ap-polatment. Residence phone 1899. Manager, Miss E. .S. Cook. DENTAL DR. M, J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DRS. COURTICE AND GILCHRIST- Dentists, graduates of Northwestern University, Chicago. III. Hours 0 to 5. Phone 1165, Macdonald Block, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig-Inhothara Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of burgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8, Post Office Blocli MADAME ella roy-Vocalist, Re citer. Concerts and "-At Homes" at-, tended. Teacher of Elocution. Clan-sical Dancing, Singing and General Deportment. 19 Victoria Mansions,' ;jr(l .Avenue South. ACCOUNTANT w. a. henderson iiIi(^of woman' -ills that deal out despair. It is'an established fact th*t hyilt E. Pinkhun't "Vegetable Componqd has r,e�,tore4 health to thousands of suish. suffering f'ree traders in Bentinient and helief, yet they a.ro nui asking for soinethint; TO EXCHaNGK-60 new 10 inch Victor records, all in perfect condition. What have you to offer in exchange for thorn all. Apply .Alasou & Risch, Limited. 42-'; FOR S.vLli-Orchestra snare drum. Apply E. M. Blackford, 517 6th St. or at Cn-.v Roller Rink. 44-Ox FOR S.ALE OR HXCHANGE-West half Section 2!t. Twp. 10. Range 4 and R. W. quarter Section 11, Twp. 10, R. that i.s going to injure eastern Can-; .'i, all west 4lh Meridian. Raw land ada. While desiring a general reduction of the tariff, they will he prepared to stand for protection tor the fine water and grass, good for mixed farming, located it miles south of Colerldgi\ Price ?lfi per acre. Trade eastern Canadian industries. But thev I ^'i"''-"'' i'^f>'>'> for anything of value, feel that when their own industry ''�'""' ^1"''' ^ f'"- H'>om 8, Stafford the great agricultural indu.strv, .asks ___ _ waae^;Wh/(.dQnjt.-yoH.toJ|^it::i�.-^^^^^^ Canjjla, lo-Kcant .�Mf'iu�lii ft ine^efaeT ' ninxiMf. for free entrance into other markets ^nd is prepared to compete on free trade basis with other countries, their coquest should be granted. .\nd they Bre lopkiag to this government, wlv^ch has piomised so much for the benefit of this country and especially that PROPERTY WANTED WAXTED-Will consider purchase of modern cottage or bungalow, six. to eight rooms, or two vacant lots on FOR SALIv-Good home grown No. 1 Timothy seed, price IVz cents per' lb. sacked f.o.h Coaldale. Call or write .Ichn Li-ivi(Jaon, Coaldale, Phone R. 215. 36-26 FOR SALK-Young bronze turkey goblern, $5 each. .'jOc extra for crating. B. S. Paw3on, Coaldale. Phone R. 711. 41-6 FOR SALE-One kitchen range with water front, nearly new. ?35,00. Apply B. B. iMcCarty, 640 9th St. 42-0 FOR SALF^200, 88 and Ciii note, new Player Rolls, regular price from .$1.00 lo $^.or.. Wo arc oiTering these at 4 rolls for 51.00. Mason & Risch Ltd., 42-6 LOST-FOL^D FOUND-Mink muff, owner may have same by callirig at Herald Offlce and paying for this ad. 292-Ox LOST-Pair of rimless eye-glasses on Third Ave. South. Finder please return to .r. A. Ro.sewarn, 327 11th St. 42-6 to order. Switches, .Janes, Tranafor-mation^. Braids, Curls, etc. Switches made of your own combings and switches dyed. We make the most difficult shades. The largest direct importers of human huir goods in the west. Walscott Sisters, 422 9tli Street South. Phono 1099. 43-6 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND KtlUAT - Modem con-TeniencoB, use of plituo; 16 per week, ^rr^ly S34-7th St. S.. ohoUe 1238. 45-6 GLENGARKY LODGE-1007 Srd Ave. Soutiv. High class boarding house, corner, facing east. Must be north (opposite Victoria Mansions) is now of Eighth Ave. and east of Eighth St. open for patronage. Reduced raites South. State location and prlb)r the week or month.-. Tele- 33 Herald omce, 47-0 nhoneTr.ZS:' ' ' 42~6 47-0 phone 152J. PRAYING Of All Kinds. Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C, PHONES P. n. Freluht Sheds Otfloe : 11�J Office : 462 Stabiss s 10b4 WELDING NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Benjamin H. Hansen, j all KINDS OF HAIR GOODS, made late of the Village of Sundial, Farmer, Deceased Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the eltate of the late Benjamin H. Hansen, who died on the Fourth day of December, A. D., 1913, are required to send to the Trusts & Guarantee Company, Ltd., on or before the 7th day of March 1914, a full statement of their claims and of any securities held by them, duly, verified, and that after that date the Said company will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of whioh notice has been filed with the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, the administrators of the said estate. Dated at Calgary, this 19th day of January; A. D., 1914. The Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd., H. A. Howard, Manager, Poapst & Virtue, Solicitors for the said Company, Lethbridge, Alberta. the southern alberta welding co., have opened a shop at the rear of Dr. .McClure's residence, 610 Sth St. South. M] kinds of broken machinery repaired by the Oxygen-Acetylene Welding process on short notice. Also skates ground. R. C. McClure, Mgr., .1. B. Walker, Master Mechanic. co., LTD.-Corner Srd Ave. and 4th St. South. NWholesale Mine, Builders, Contractors, Blacksmiths, Railway supplies; packing, belting, valves, pine fittings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, waterproofing, expansion shields, store fronts, plate glass. Phone, 1044. HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- \Vholesale and I'etail. .411 varieties of hay; tlmotliy, alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw, iSIlxed carloads a specialty. Storage for household gooda, etc., cellar space for rent, Hyde and Saunders, corner 2ud Ave. and 13t;h St. S. P. O. Box 1127, Phone 1244. ELECTRICIAN w. l, McKENZIE & CO.-Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Tlilrd Avenue South. FURRIER NUT COAL Lump, also Mine , Hun, Screenings, Ton or Car Load Lots. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1471 C. O. a DAVID 8C0TT-r-Fure remodelled and cleaned and dressed. Fine selection of latest styles. AC. The Bent-'ley Oo. 243-0 COAL Fhonf 1138 for Good Coal and Prompt Delivery-C, O. D. W. H. ORINKAl,l Martins Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service MONUMENTS It you are considering the purchaa-ing of a monument, see us befors you decide. . Best stock, best designs and best prices. Lethbridge Menumantal Work*. Sth St. South. R. Needs, Manager. ;