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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JULY 5, PAGE TITOEE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington HERE VISIT TW PE UVHIUVS, BUT X cBJBSs imraor mP>|Ol)rE V uate of Rojral College ot'Dontal Svf gfons Toronto and bolder ot a Dora-tsioa Uoutal Certlttcate, Otllce: room* B-6 Bryan Block. Phone 107L iVL U T. ALLBN-DENTIST, (3UC-�ctBor to Dra. Courtico & OUchriat). Graduate ot Vnlveriltr ot Maryland. Booma 8-9 Macdonald Block. Ptaone 13 65^ LethbrJdKO, Alto. _^ �RS. MARKS AND MAHBS-DBNT-lata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and UcOlura. Houra 9 to o. Otflca: Ul� Inbotbam Block. Phone 874. Hi. T, W. FOX-DENTIST, OKADU-ate North Western iJental UniverS' Itjr, Cbicasa OKlce phone 186; re� idcnco phone 163. OUlcea: Union Bank BuUdlnf. _US-O VIAVI HAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request, .Mrs. O. Thomas, 308 7th Aye. A south. Phone D84^ 119-0 GUNSMITHS lUNSMITHS & L.OCKaMITH3-Oun twrrels straightened, suns reatock-d, (un work done by a gunamltlt, keys made, locks repaired, blcyclea, typewiitcrs, phonographs, any light nncbinery repaired, lawn mowers fharponod. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Ageat, FUone 1033, 411 �th Ave. S. � �--- PIANO TUNINO �. H. CRIPP3, EXPERT TUNHa-Player-Piaoo Mid Organ Repairer; 10 years' factor; experience. Hobt eura Certificate M.T. Asan,, London, England. Reterences to the leading �lusiclans ot the city. Phone 1164 12&3 Sth Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALB miVATB HOSPlTALr-MRS. VAN Haarlem'e Prlrat* Hospital ud Maternity Home. Hit 7Ui Avenue South. Phone 7iC EDUCATIONAL 6AReUTT BUSINESS COLLEaB 411 Sth St South, Lethbrldaa Daj ud Teniae aoliooL Ikortband. TypowriUng, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial SubleoU. Office Phone UH ftaaldence Phone or Prinoipai' 1BSV White for Full IntormatloB. WeLOINO i:CY-ACBTYLKNE WBLDINQ - W. N. Kuth, corner lit Avouue and 10th Street. VULCANI2INQ )e TO DATH TlUB JltKl^AIUINO and retreading our specialty. Expresi paid one way on out ot town custom. Prompt Borvioo. Phono 790. 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie. Manager. _UNDEHTAKIWO_ t. B. FISTTiiiRLiY, WlADlNQ ITUNHR-I director and. Ucenaed wnbaimer, motor or horse driven hoaraee. Far lora, opposlU Court Houae. Office pboa-w 661. rasldence vhaae lilt. Open day and night kacKAY. ft MacKAY-FUNERAL Dlrcctora and Practical Bmbalmera; office and vesldonce. Motor and horse drawn eiiulpment. 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phono iSOi. Always open, never 'eloEied.- 1,. , DECOftATINO_ VbLLINOTON BROS.-THB DBO-orators, Paperbangera and Palnteri Kalfomlnlnff, General Decorating Qd Sign Writing. Batlmatea given. The oldest established palntera la Lethbrldge. Re*. Phone 147S: oflloa phone I'JSa. Sherlock.'Bide-. Utb-bridge, Alts. liT MEADS-Painting, Decorating and Paper' Hanging. Phouo 600. Cll 8Hi:Ave. S)�' Ave. S. Phone 1027. FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE QFFICES LETHBRIDQE , � ,o To eeeure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. > phone'uos C[LE OALDALES ESS (From Our Own CorrcnponJont) Coiildalo, July 0.-Tho Dominion Day celebration as givuii by (ho lUiy Growers Hall Company, was much enjoyed and a complete shccus.s. Perhaps tlio most Interesting event was the baseball game betwoen tlio married niid unmarried men ot Ibn Coal-dale community, which i-esullod In a smashing victory for tlm former, by a .score of 14 to 2. Otlicr sports and contests were onjoynil, dosing with a dance at the Hay Growers Hall in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. Emdo and family left Sunday for parts in Xorthern Alborta, where they expect to spend two or three weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kiiiid.son returned home last Saturday froru their wed ding trip. The Colony Club gavn a danee and box social at tho Twelve Mile school on Fridal last, for the benefit ot the Rod ('ross Society. Tho ladies ot the club supplied some splendid boxes, which were sold by W. Houoyselt to a crowd ot very keen and generous buyers. H. P. Ober broltf. )-:tli(tl .\llcn. Iris Oliinville. Passed-.\lf rod WcsIcdu, Willie Clilos, !-",lla Wuli-rhou.-c. lionsio Wilson, Ina .loiips. Ilolnn Mordon, Willie Knowldcn, Harry Swingler, Au-nlo Kerr, Abbiu I'isber, Margarcl Held, Harriet CiirliM', Miiry Mcflowan, Alex Wilson, I'an.sy t-'ullor. .Ioc:olya Barkley, lUchard Couitry, i:vc'lyn Ford. Grade IV to Gviulo. V.-Hoiior.s- Violet Fichten, fJnicio Korr, Myrtlo Stevenson. ,Iohn Waison, .Stanley Turner, Kwart llodgin.". .May Mi-.Nulty. Passed-Walter Goigor. Archie .lones, George GlanviUo. Uo.�slo Watcrliou.'^e, Doris Roberts, Molly Walton. Violet Logan. .Myrtle llyasop, Arvld Larson, Joo Chaplow. Tholma Dodd, Phyllis Payne, Violet Lowe, Ireni- Winnicotio, IMith Darkley, feobelle Ran, Ilorbi-rt Williams, Kalhio i3Hird, Margaret Scott, Ben Binning. John I-"ullcr. Grade III to Grade IV.-Honors-Madge Annetts, Phyllis White, James Carter, .Arthur Lacey, Lsabolle Dodd, Willie- Moralep. Jack llayward. Marguerite Matthews, Leonard Blnniug, .Margaret Uoberts, Eric Greenhalgli, llomor Thomson, Clarence Larson, Doris Rose Viola Steeple,. Passed-Tom Gant, .Mary Nordon, Grace McNulty, Albert Mundy, Edna Olaudor, Debhs Calhoun. James Bowker, .Muriel Clarke, Artluir Bedster, George Fuller. Lloyd Anderson, Reuben Carter, Lily liowe.s, .Nellie Mercer, Winnie Desmond. Winnie Gurr, Tom I'arlc, Alice Shiols, Willie Mowes, Lillian Ford. Grade II to Grade 111.-Harold Allen, Chri.ssie Horn, Harold Wnslc-oti, John Jamlcson, Hazel Jcmcri. Chrissie Uaird, Bertha Ford, Kitty Knowlden, James Wishart, Kitty PanUhurst, .Vora Jackson, Lillian Larson, Uerlie Ju-gram, Lawrie Davies. Olive Rbss, Phyllis Turner, Shlelln .McC'alliim, Susan Ferguson.. James .McGregor, Lizzie Rae. Grade II Jr. to Grade il Sr.-Tyaw-rence llodgins, Sandy Wylic, Andrew Watson, Joe Bowker, James Byron, Olive Anderson, Phyllis Clark, James Kerr, .Marjorio .-Vudcrson, Jimmy Williams, nick .McCiowan, Harry Watson, Mary Hollier, Ernest Vines, .\rthur Hostetler, Robert Williams, Carolina Hansen, Nellie Hedster, Harold Kil-ner, Leonard .MocUford. Jr. Grade II to Sr. Grade II.-David liirrell, Ernost riiun, Annie Hall, Edith Howes. Lizzie Jarvie. Gordon Shaw, Bella Shaw, Itobert Parks, Isabel White, Ernest Howes, Reggie .\Iundy, Clifford Zimmerman, Sydney King. Charlie. Johnetone, Jesse Car-tor, Annlo .MacNab, Charlie Jarvic, Harry Ciobelle. From Sr. 1 to Jr. II.-,Toan Buss, Nina Seargeant, Ruby Hose, Bessie Seargcaut, Harry Knowles, Kathleen Donaldson, Ivan Thomson, Wilfred Shreevo, Harold Wilson, Edna Faulkner, Lenge Lee, Eva Mount, .N'ora llayward, Willie Korgan, Jack Mc-Calluni, Wilfred Russell, Earl Emms, .-^Tleta Davis, Clarence Hansen, Bert Filmer, Garfield Preeboni. Grade I Jr. Clasa C to Gr, 1 Sr.- Honors--Florence Balnes, Ernest Panlchurst, Isn Stewart, Dora Williams,: Bessie Dodd, Eddy Gobelle, NolUe, Giles. Passed-Edward Paulson, Herbert 1-lopkins, Iris Davis, James Curtis, Emma Ommer, Sydney mundy, Albert Tlckner, Norman IT'ul-ler. Gr. 1 Jr. Class B to Class C-Honors-Orissa Green, Janet Larson,' Cecil WoBtcott, Ronald Heako, Ralph Steeple, Daisy Baird, Arthur GUei, Buyer and Seller Lessor and Lessee Emjdqyer andEmplq^ Loser and Finder OFFICERS HAW. REIURNEO m Halifax-. .Tuly S.-Abonl .fitly n-. turned Canadian officers were in the cil> today, .\mong thi> party was Colonel Hlondin. postma:-ter general of Canada, and Hrig, C,onera-l MacFw-lane, C.B.. of tlio llritisli army wlio is on bis way lt> Ceylon, Gi-iipral Mri-\ir-lane has boon ,iii thi; Urilisli army for thirty-three yoars. In Htlo In- was in command of a luigiKh- on the British from liul has refenlly lioeu i-oni-nianding troops in Irr.-land. Among the officers are Hir- following: Lieut, Col. Wni. Davi.-i. Vanc-ouvor; .Major ,1. W. Clark, Kamloops; Hon. Captain S. Wilkinson. Mission City. B. C; Lieut. Robert Brown. Tnnlsfail. Alta.; Lt. n. H. R\i�son. Knmloops; Lieut. \V. R. B. Duff. Vancouver: Lt, J, C. M. Johns. Victoria; .Major Donald McLaughlin. Calgary; Nursing Sister K E. Tomlinson. Victoria; Li. S, J. D. Evans, Victoria ami Lt. S, V'. Whiting, Vancouver. AFFECT CROWN'S POWERS Amsterdam, July 4.-A Bucharest dispatch to Dutch newspapers says that In the new educational law of Rumania the rights of the crown will be so changed as to effect the crown's power of concluding an alliance or in declaring war. Sydney, Kilner, Jnrl Sundciuist, Hector McGregor. Jlildred Williams. Passed.-Robert Crowe, Robert McSab, Mary Gray. Gr. I ,!r. Clafis C to Class B,-Honors-Lucy Hunt. Kenneth Aitken, Agnes McGowan. Passed-Irene Walton, Mary Shaw, Ellu Murray, Lloyd Stewart, Hoy Montgomery.' Kindergarten to Grade 1. talphabetical order I-Thomas Hirrol, Doris Bowtell. Robert Bu.ss, Warren Calhoun, Wilson Donaldson, Florence Fairbanks. Arthur Fuller.' Grace Gray. Irene Hall, Edina Harding, George Hargroaves,;Violet ilawkina; : Frank ilowos, Magei .lamioson, Su�an .lohn-stou, .Margaret Kergari, Edward i Lee. .Marry .Alaho, Donald .MaLson, Archibald .Miller, Leslie Montgomery, Martin l^anlson, Alojcnnrier! Schultz, Frederick Sweed, Ed\rard -Soady, William, Swlnglcr, Gertie White, Arthur Zimmermau. DRAYING Ot All KUida WesternTransferCo. Limited ffl�*-C, p. R. FralgM aNsdt I PHONES I Offlse ........... %Ui I ttablee .......... 1064 ( -~-�' I .-"^ Freelfi Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phono 1713 330 6th St. S. Lethbrldge, Alberta NOTICE Gas consumers wlU please ho advised that their gas accounts will 8tlU be payable at tho Canadian Bank of Commerce as heretofore. , CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE 'REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship and materials. H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Avo. S, Phono 1731 Next Door Bi>t:Orie to Lethbrldge iHbtel , MILNE'S TRANSFER BAGGAGE DELIVERY COAL C. O. D, Phone 1345 Office 410 Thirteenth St. N. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED EVERVTHIMG IN ACCOUNTING AUOITC, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS. BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room 6, Dominion Buildintl 612 Fourth Avenue S. Mi CO-OPERATIVE DEUVERY f HAVE AN .^.UTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUSINESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. �. Gobelle Phono 186r Residence Phone 1915 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones: Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR STORM CLOUDS may gather and tho weather change after your arrival at some social event. ' if so send to us for a TAXI-CAB Weddings, Parties, Driving and Business Calls given prompt attention. Why not try the convenience of engaging one of our cars for shopping? UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 Auto tivery COMFORTAQLE TOURING AND SEDAN CAR$. ,'� CAREFUL, COURTEOUS SERVICE Phonei: Day - - - - - 144S Night ..... 787 ;