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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALlI THURSDAY, JANUARY lo, 191 ! A BIG DEAL IN MONTANA kl!BUDGET FROM BUSY BOW ISLAND Calgary Firm Bought a Large Number Which Will be Sold in Alberta TtiTOlviuc: !;o :r;ins;;\>'.- o! .^li'iM-ii c:ish. a deal v, .;ovpln W't is'.i ^ ("o:i nor. the weil-kiiO'v;; i.'a: ;:ir,v Imi somen, became tiie o�uer;, -'m' est band of rar.i-.' ]u ist ,-� lii Maiitai;;',. was olofi-d Vi- .-iiily. This liriii vav-chaped the rr.lire stock and outfit of the Leach-t'coier Livestock Co. o: Ghisgow, Moni.. int'ir.di-.i; this larp:-band of horses. The sale is v.oi on\) of immense proportions, but is wort'::;, of special note in that it involved liie lar.sest transfer of actual cash th.ii lias been consummated for some time. The Montana people were forced to sell owing to the opening by the V. S. government of. certain o' their ranges to settlement. The WelFh-Connor Co,, which is one of the largest buyers of horseflesh in Western Canada, will ship the best of these horses, which � are bred from pedigreed sires, to Alberta for sale to farmers and settlers, keeping the remainder on the ranch In Montana, where they wf.l continue breeding horses. The herd is recognized as one of the best on the Montana or 'western United States ranges, being the progeny of Clyde and Shire stock. . Mr, Welsh is in the city today, and ; expects to remain here for some time, where be will conduct a branch of his business, Mr, Connor and himself were both in Helena, taking over the i stock of the big company, | They also made arrangements to Tun from five hundred to sis hundred head of breeding mares on the place, j .Jr. Welsh has had shipped from ; Calgary, sveral head of the finest � etallions seen here at one time. They i are on e.xihibicion at the Alberta Feed ! and sale stable, and may be seen from time to time on the street. The ship- \ ment Includes the following; C'iydes- \ dales, Royal Descent (Sfilfl), Canad-: Ian bred, with lots of action; Torduff \ Prince (16841), imported, a largo � rangy, useful horse; Klrtle Fashion J fl6t)67) Imported, a blocky, old-fash- ' Icned drafter; Stately Prince (17521), Imported, a type which seldom manages to leave Scotland; the standard j bred stalHon Hooligan (45730), a beau- ; tlful quality iiofae, with a mark of 2-10 ' and t'.e Hackney stallion Nanton As- i tonishment (9994) a fine road horse �with e.\ceptional pedigree. The Welsh-Connor firm have purchased also the Wm. Hill string of j Blxty horsas at Chin. Mr. Welsh 1b stopping at the Alex andfia. NUT GOAL Liimp; alto Mine Run, Screenings, Ton or Car Load NEW BARNES MINE Y PHONE 1471 e. o. a Bow Ishxnd, Jan, It,-The first pay d.iy fur the men oiaploycd'on the st^w-i?r piyc pU'.nt will be the 17th inst., ! whon tiie waives paid will amount to � iibout 1,500, Mx. oi" 1-ani; Urcs., Medicine }l,-t, spent Wednesday in town. W.arcn Livcrpack, .1. F, Henderson, K \V I,uc:-At once, girl to look after children mornings and three evenings a week. Apply Suite 35., Dominion Block. 26-4 "WT.VNTED-S�^cond hand blacksmith tools (or cash. Applv D. L. Kimball, lis Sherlock Building. 28-0 W.iVNTED-By two respectable young business men, room and board In private family. Apply stating rates, etc., to Bo.x 75. 29-Ox WANTED-Respectable young man wishes room and board In private family, central location preferred. Apply stating rates to box 100. 29-Ox WANTEI>--Sewing''an(irdressmaklug', children's clothes, wrappers, etc., children's underclothes, dresses and aprons homemade, on sale. C. A. Cooksley. 404 13th St. N. 29-6 BOARD AND ROOM BOAHD AND ROOM - Modem con-veuiences, uee of ptai^o; $5 per week. Atilv S.^4-7th St. R.. ohone 1238 45-� BOARD AND ROOM-Comfortable, �warm room, all home cooking, also table board. 1216 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1146. 27-12 LOST-FOUND POUND-Mink muff, owner may have same by calling at Herald Office and paying for this ad. 292-Ox to rent' OFFICES TO R5NT-Best located offloes in the city. All modern conveniences, Union Bank of Canada Building. For further Information apply to G. R. Tinning Alanuger. 283-0 HELP WANTED-rFlrst clasj servant girl with experience, good wages to right party, foreigner preferred. Applv Mrs. D. L. Kimball, 1224 6th Ave. A.' S. 28-0 WANTED-A general servant Apply to 614 9th St. South. 29-2 Miscellaneous For Sale J FOR S.\Ln:-Choice alfalfa, mixed hay and best re-sorted potatoes, supplied In ton lots or over, by the Growers' company. Farm Products, Ltd., Hull Building. 7th St Phone 1017'. 293-0 TO RENT-After January let, 1914. the premises on 6th St S. now occupied by The Davidson MeUl Co. Ltd. Good office and workshop. For particulars apply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. Acadia Bids., 3rd Ave. S. 301-0 TO RENT-Eight roomed storey and halt house, No. 1607 7th Avenue S., Fully modern. J25.00 per month. Apply Arthur Hayr 326 6th St or 1516 7th Ave. S. 7-0 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds f Office : : 1183 PHONES \ Office : : 462 { etiblee lObi Martin sBaggag Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service Sherlock Bldg. Stores and Offices For Rent ALSO SAFETY VAULTS AND DEPOSIT DRAWERS Modern, fire-proof building, with overy convenience and accommodation. Offico of tho R. E. SHERLOCK ESTATE, SUITE NO. 109 R. Q. STRAKER, IVIANAGER, To Whom please addrasg all communications. Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 14.-Disclosures of an interesting, not to say startling nature, were the order at the second session this morning o� the Royal Commission, -tthich is investigating the escape o5 the notorious Krafchenko. Perhaps the most sensational feature brought out was the statement of Deputy Chief Newton that Constable Reid, one of the guards held up in the cell by the bandit was in the habit.ol associating with people of disreputable character. He had learned that Re d and another constable were living with undesirable people. This information has been furnished by the morality depattmer.t. The deputy also stated that Reid was familiar with Percy Hagel, counsel for the prisoner, and had been seen in the company of Mr. Hagel and an ex-pugilist going to the Empress Theatre. Evidence was brought out to show that J-Crafehenko had received much consideration at the hands of the police. He had all his meals brought in, they of course, being examined ; permission was given a barber to come I in and .shave him from time to time, latterly on the day before his escape, and one of the reasons why he was placed in the old Ititchen, according to Deputy Chief Newton, was in order that he might be given exercise without being taken out of h's cell. The evidence went to show that Reid waB almost constantly with the prisoner since his confinement except when he was off duty. This also applied to Constable Flower. Reid had "been reprimanded lor going into a liquor store with his uniform on. FOR SALE-Baled straw, delivered S4.50 a ton. Phone R 206. F. Knapp, Coaldale. 14-26 TO RENT-Seven room fully modern house, 7th Avenue S.. $25 per month. 8 room fully modern house, 619 9th Ave. S.. $25 per month. Small four room cottage, corner Sth Avenue and 17th St., vith water, $10 per month. Kimball .C- I.nrsen, IIS Sherlock Building. Phone 721. � 18-0 BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES, bar fixtures and bowling alleys, on easy payments. I. C. Sanders, agent The Brunswick-Balke Collendar Co., P. 0. Bo.\ 2122, Calgarj', P,hone E5934. 17-26 FOR SALE-One Jiahogany Upright piano, used but a short time. A snap if taken at once. Cash or easy payments. .Mason cS; Rlsch. 27-6 FOR SALE-Seventy head milch cows -for Information call at Stavely Hotel Stavely, Alta. 25-H3 FOR SALE-25 h. p. Winnipeg gaa tractor in Al condition, price $800.00. or 300 acres of backsetting. James Myers. Bowell, Alta. 25-6 TO LET-Three roomed cottage on water, |10 per month. Apply J. Harris & Co., Begin Block, Phone 1142 22-0 FOR RENT-Fo?^ good room wiuTali modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply y' II. C. A. 24-6 TO RENT-Comfortably furnished room In modern house. The Nuro Ing Mission, 1414 7th Avenue South Phone 1233. 25-0 FOR Sale-^Berkshlre boar.. Phone F. Knapp, Coaldale. 26-6 FOR SALE-One good second hand player in perfect condition with bench and music rolls. Mason & Rlsch, Lethbridge. 27-6 TO RENT-Housekeeping rooms fur-nished or unfurnished, very cheap rent for winter. Modem conveniences, electric light. 109 4th Street South, also at 522 6th St. S._25-g TO RENT OR FOR SALE-On reasonable terms, one 6 roomed, fully modern house; 1 4-room modern cot-tp.ge, 811 and 817 Sth Avenue South. One five roomed modern cottage, 693 10th Street South. Apply 1018, 12th St., South, or phone 1418. 26-6 FOR SALE-Pour pure bred S. c. E Minorca cockerels, fine large birds as you would like. For further information write M. E. Mangln, Warner, Alberta. 28-6 TO RENT-Furnished house for three months, fully raodorn, gas in furnace and cook stove. Apply Box 48, Herald. 26-0 FOR SALE-3500 bushels of goof' clean white oats, 27c f.o.b. New Day ton. R, P. Atkins, New Dayton. Alta. 2S-6 TO RENT-Freshly decorated, newly furnished rooms. Union Bank Build-ing. Apply M. Smith, 3rd floor. 27-6 FOR SALE-Seven cockerels and sev-i en pullets, S.C. White Orpingtons, bred the same as owner's winners at Leth bridge. Apply Westbrook Bros., Otf= Barber shop. 28-r DON'T order any paper or magazine until you look at my catalogue of journals. A card will bring it It will save you money. R. J. Swanson, Kjpp. Alta. 29EOD-4 FOR RENT-Warm, fully furnished housekeeping apartments, central, reasonable; every convenience. 1010 2nd Ave. S. 27-3 �follBNT-FKe roomed cottage In Duff Addition .electric light hot and cold water, furnace, storm sasheu and doors. In first class condition. Rent 5I8 per month. Apply 947 7th Street A. South. Phone 655. 28-6 FOR SALE-One Purnice stove, very little used. In good condition, an ornament in any home, to be sold cheap Also one Soveignor stove; must be sold a.? party Is leaving city and can be seen anytime between 10 and 1? .a.m. or 2 to 5p,m. at 1214 3rd Avenue A. South.__29-0 FOR SALE-Buffalo fur coat hoaver trimming, satin lljiing, in good condition. Coat can be seen at Ott's Cl^ar Store. 29-6 TO RENT-40 acres choice Irrigated land specially adapted for market gardening purpc-K�s. adjoining city limits. Entirely free from weeds, every foot guaranteed to water. Will rent all or any part of same subject to lease For particulars. D. J. Whitney, Box 1907, City. '9-6 t'or Sale or Exchange PROPERTY FOR SALE ) BEST BUY IN LETHBRIDGE-New i six roomod mcxieni cottage, large base, i ment full cement wall and floor ten ' minutes walk from Sherlock Block, Close to 9th Avenue Car line, $300 cash will handle, balance to suit. Apply owner 1212 fith Ave. S. 25-6 MONUMENTS If you are cousidering the purchasing of a monument, see us before you decide. Best stock, best designs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental Worlan- Build-iRg. ath St. South. Phone 1214. 158-0 MUIS'KY TO LOAN-Tmproved farm lands security. 8%. Box 172, or h. J Healy, 405 Sth St, S., Lethbridge, Al-oerU. 300-0 FOR SALf>-Four roomed cottige; cheap, small cash payment, also some �good furniture, a bicycle and a pure bred Ccllle dog, one year old. A. W U'heeley. 610 14th St N. 29-6 Business Opportunities JEWELRY BUSINESS FOR SALE^ Owing to continued toad health, Mr. Alex. Cameron, the Coleman Jeweler, has had to have a change of climate. This is a most desirable business and well established. Large repair trade and sales better last year than ever before. Stock in good shape and fixtures modem. Store can be leased to BuH, Mr. Cameron being owner. For particulars apply to Alex. Morrison, Coleman. .. 24-6 POUND-A purse three weeks ago on 13th Street near Ellison Mills. Owner can have same 'hy proving contents and paying tor this ad. 319 13th St. South. 29-1 Representatives Wanted I 12000.00 a year and expenses to the right man to represent u� as resident agent In Lethbridge to take orders. Write quickly. R. Score & Son, Ltd., Tailors & Haberdashers, Toronto. 25-6 LAND FOR SALE 1 FOR SALE-Five and ten acre lots, plowed and Irrigated, near school, Just east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd & Devine. Hull Bldg., 7th St Phone 1017. 279-0 FOR EXCHANGE GOOD BUSINESS BUILDING IN Grassv Lake on the main street, with a cleaV title, valued at $1,500. Will exchange for good quarter section and will assume small mortgage. SEVEN ROOM FULLY MODERN house in Calgary, on 25th Ave., to exchange for Lethbridge acreage or city property. FIVE PASSENGER AUTO 30 H.P., in good state of repair for quarter sec tlon of land and would assume >1,000 mortgage. TEN ACRES CHOICE FRUIT LAND in the famous Okanagan Valley, B.C., all planted in choicest selected fruit trees, most of same are now bearing Will exchange for good Lethbridge property. This I9 an A.l. proposition. GOOD QUARTER SECTION of LAND and some cash for Lethbridge property. KIMBALL AND LARSEN LTD. Phone 721 118 Sherlock Bldg. 28-0 JUDICIAL NOTICE TO J. Harper, $35.00 by Saide Smith. TO W. J. Routledge, $34.75 by A. N. Packard. Take notice that an action has been commenced against you in the District Court of the District of Lethbridge for the amount and by the party set opposite your respective names, and further take notice that a garnishee summons has been Issued to attach monies due from the Canadla^i Pacific Railway Company to you. You are to file a dispute note on or before the 31st day of January, A. D. 1914, with the Clerk of the District Court at Lethbridge, otherwise judgment will be given against you. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 13th day of .Tanuary, A.D., 1914 Johnstone & Ritchie, Lethbridge, Alberta, Plaintiff's Solicitors. Notice to Intending Settlers Take notice that on Monday, February 2nd, 1914, the following land will be open tor 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. Notice to Intending Settlers TAKE NOTICE THAT ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1914, THE FOLLOWING LANDS WILL BE PPEN FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRY The W. H or Bocilon 28, N. W. % of Sec. 30, S. E. 1-4 of Section 32, S. W. V4 of Section 33, all In Township 8, Range 2, West of the Sth Meridian. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 16th day of December. J. W. Stafford, 6-30, Ageut Dominion Lands, Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7~S p.m. Offlco: 914 Third Aven\ie, Pbone 12B3. OR. McNALLY-omce Staflord BIk.. ReBidenoo i3�S Sixth Avenue., Othea hours-11-12; 1.3; 7 to K.30-. OMca Phone E19: Resld<-nce 1090. OR. C. C. CRAGG-Phjsielun, Surgeon, Accoucher. Offloe at rosidenco corner 5th avenue xouth and 7tb Street soutn. Hours; 8�; I'i: 7 to 830; Phone 1203. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS-Expert Piano Tuner. 1253 Sixth Avenuo A. South. Phone 11(18. DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Kye. Nuse, and \ Throat: Dominion BuUdlng. 0'.nco hours 9.80 to 12; 2-6; evenings by appointrdenL Piiono. omce 341: rot-Idence 593. !__ACCOUNTANT ] W.A. HENDERSON ACc/cA. Muni cipal, i'onl, timber, nuinufacluring. retail, wholesale and other audits. Oinces at Winnipeg, Medicine Hat, Letlihrklgo. Resident Partner. A. E. Gibson, c A.. (Scot & Alta.,) Acedia biiildiiig^ Phono 1(il9. DR. J. E. LOVERING-Physician and Surgeon. X-Ray equIpnieiU. Corner 8rd Ave. and Sth St. (Dr.' Mew-burn's old stand) Phone 1242. Of-tloe hours 11 to 12; 1 to 3 and 7 to 9. L. OSTEOPATHS DR. L. B, MASON-Member of College Phys., and Sur., Alberta; Suite aiil-18, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1114. 2(i-� MASSAGE 1 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED Miss K. May Holmes, graduate ot the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Institute, Me(JIcal Massage and Gymnastics. (Swedish) Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull Block. L viavi LETHBRIDGE VlAVI COMPANY- The natural borne treatment for nfarvouaness, etc. 1110 3rd Ave. South. Hours 5-8 p.m. dally and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by appointment. Residence phone 1899. Manager, Miss E. S. Cook. NURSING NURSINO-Tbe Nursing Mtselon die-trict work; obstetrical, medical and emergencr. Offlco hours: before 9 a.m.. 1-2.30 p.m.; evenlnr 6-7. 1114 7th Ave S Phone 1233, FURRIER DAVID SCOTT-Purs remodelled, cleaned and dressed. ' Fine seleo Uon of latest styles. At the Bent, ley Co 243-0 DENTAL "1 OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Denial Surgeons Toronto, and holder of ,1 Doiululoa Dental certificate. Office: Room* 5 and 6. Bryan block. Phone 1071. DRS. COURTI.CE AND GILCHRIST- Dentists, graduates of Northwestern University, Chicago, 111. Hours 9 to 5. Phone 1165. Macdonaljl Block. Lethbridge. Alta. DR. S. G. 8IMM0NDS, Dentist, mem-ber ot Royal College ol Surgeons, (Kng.i Licentiate Royal College ot Physiciana (London) L. D. S., ISOO, Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Offlco; 6-3, Poet Ofllcp hloclt. [ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mra. Vaa. Haarlem's Prlvato Hospital and Maternity Home 704-6th Aronue 8 Phone 7<(! The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL tor Surgical, Medical and Maternity eaiea. Graduate Nurses. Mlii Swayn". Superintendent, 1224 7th Ave pouth. Phnne Lethb-idge HAIR WORK ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK made to order. Switches of your own combings and Cut Hair. No shady work, first class work only. Wai-�cott Sisters, 422 9th St. South. Phono 1899. 25-(! c: UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERi.Y-Funeral Director, and Embalmer; also agent fot the SomorvlUe Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Omoe opposite Court House. Pbone 661; Residence 2S4 7th Ave. 3. Phone 117d. Onen dny and night. S. Y. HURST-t'"uneral Director, Licensed Embalmer; (Lady attendant when desired) Donnan block, 401 2nd Ave. & Phono 18U2; night or day r MUSIC 1 D. D. WING-Associate of the Institute of Charterod Accountants in Eng-liind and Wnios, and of the Instltuto ot Chartered Accountants of Alta.. Amdin niillclinii.-. Letliliridgp. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-DomlBlO* and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooma 6 and 6, Whitney Biock. P.O. Bot CHT. Phone 1042. DUFF & EDWARDS (Wm. M. Edwards, B.A.Sc, Dominion and AL berta Land Surveyor; Donald .A, Duff, C.E.i-Commercial blue print-ing. civil engineering and land sur*. veying.-Suite 205 Sherlock Building, LetfihrMsTo. Altf!. d-tf MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS T R. E. McARTHUR, A. Mem. Can. S. C. E., Railways, Yard Layouts, Sewerage Systems, Water Supplies, Irrigation Works, Surveys, Plans, Ek-timates, etc.. I "4 Sherlock Building. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted ^ on reasonable terms. Live ttoc'x and farm sales a specialty. Offico at the M'ilsoo Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North, Phone 1023. Residence Phone 5ii5. Downtown office at the Lethbridge-Weyhurn Realtv Co.. Phone 1173. FRANK WADDINQTON-Auctioneer 17 years' experience; will handle your sale In the way that gets tho money. Phones 469 and 1416. Reasonable terms, prompt settlements. Goods received tor sale or auction. WHOLESALE WE.STERN SUPPLY AND EQUIP. MENT CO., LTD., Corner 3rd Ave. and 4th St. S., Wholesale Mine, Builders', Contractors, Blacksmiths, Railway, supplies; packing, belting, valves, pipe llttings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, wat. erprooflng, expansion shields, store fronts, plate glass. Phone 1044. DRS. MARR8 AND MARRS-Dentlste Buccessors to Drs. Stewart and Me- i Clure. Hours 9 to 5; OfBoe. Hlg Inbotham Block. Phono 374. HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES - Wholesale and retail. All varieties Oi hay-timothy, al'aira, blue joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay, and straw. Mfxed carloads a specialty. Wire or write for quotations. Prompt service, quality guaranteed. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde & Saunders, corner 2nd. Ave. and 12th St. S. P. 0. Box 1127. Phone 1244. L WELDINQ THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA WELD- ING CO., have opened a shop at tho rear ot Dr. McClure's residence, 610 Sth St. South. All kinds of broken machinery repaired by the Oxygen-Acetylene Welding process on short notice. Also skates ground. R. C. McClure, Mgr.. J. B. Walker, M.nster Mechanic. r ELECTRICIAN W. L. MoKENZIE & CO., Electrical dealers and Contractors, Phono 637. 706 Third Avenuo South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot piano, harmony and theory. Beginners a specialty. fl2.u0 a term. Primary and advanced pupils prepared for examination. If desired. Studio moved from 15th St. to 1226 Sth ave. A South. i ORLAiv.DO KAY-Teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Lessons glv- 1 en In Shorthand, Apply 1404 7th ' Avenue North. Lethbridge. . . i.y� IM.'-'ERIAL OR CHE8TRA-Open for dances for I coming season. Any number of pieces suplied. Violinist. J. B. Gas. kell pianist, n. Needa. Box 494: STEBMSflip mm Canadian Paciiic Railway Depot Ticket Office, Lethbridge REPRESENTING: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Line, Royal Mail Steamera White Star, Red Star, American Line; Leiand Line. Cunard Linea Donaldson Lin* Anchor Line French Line Scandinavian American Russian American Holland-America Line Hamburg-Amerioan Lino North German Lloyd Line . Austra-Americana S. S. Co. Societa Di Navigazlena A Vapore N'-ivlgaziene Generate Itallana And all other Trans-AtlantIo Steamship lines. Special Christmas Rates, Sailings of any lines mailed promptly upon application. Wireless reports of ships near-Ing ports received dally. Infor mation cheerfully given. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TICKETS SOLD BY US Call Telephone 512 or Addreaa S. B. MITCHELL C. p. R. TICKET AGENT LETHBRIDGE. r EDUCATIONAL MADAME ELLA ROY, Vocalist, Reciter, Concerts and "At Homes" attended. Teacher of Elocution, Classical Dancing, Singing and General Deportment, 19 Victoria Mansions, 3rd Avenue South. Union Transfer Messenger, Baggage, Transfer, and Coal. Prompt Delivery PHONE 491 5 ;