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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fllUnSDAY, JULY 11, 1918 TlIE LETironiDGE TMILT HERALD I; PAGE THREE' THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL pa M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST QRAI> nate of Royal College o('Dental Sur ' grons Toronto and holder ot a Doin-' icion Dental Curtitlcaio. Office: rooms B-a Bryan Block. Phono 107L PR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (Successor to Dra. Codrtice & aUchrlat). Graduate o{ Ualvoraity ot Maryland. ' Kooica 8-9 Macdonald Block. I'bana 1165, LethbrSdKe, Alta. PES. MARRS ANJJ MABJIS-DENT-lau. 'Bucceaaora to Dra, Stewart and McClur�. Hours 9 to 6. Otfloa: H* Inbotbaid Block. Phone 374. PH. T. W. FOX- DENTIST, QRAOU-ate North Woatorn Uostal Unlver� Ity, Chicago. OHice phono 785; i-e�. idcnco phonb 762. Utfiuas: Uuioa Bank Building. _ lb8-0 VIAVI VIAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's diseasea and norvoua disorders. Succosstul tor 25 years. Literature ou request, Mrs. O. Thomas, 308 7th Ave. A south, inione 584. llQ-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-tc.v Best materials only used for all v;crk.  Estlrcales willingly given. 9S6 9th Street S. Phoue 33S. . SHOE REPAIRING BHOW RKPAIRINU-I'hFne 1717 for your Bhoe repairs. Work . dons ' ajomptly. Ordera called far and de-� Uverod. FrhnU Miles. CU 4tb Ave South. BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HrGHCLASS n..\K~ ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made prinolpIeB. Klrkby & Co.. COO 'M Ave, B. Phone 1027. ^ MEDICAL DOCTOR GALBHAITH 914 Third Avenue SoUth Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. ^undaya ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DRS. DoVEBBR, CAMPBELL, ROY & CRAGO. Office Royal Bank Build-lug. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 505. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Ol'tlco, 109 Slierlock Block. Telo-  phones: Off leu 319; Residenco of Dr. Connor, 019; rosulonco ot Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours; 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DIt TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; IIS Sherlock BIdg. oaica hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by ap polutment. Phoaea; OUice 341i Ue� Idence 693. DR. P. VV. TULLEK, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite E'arlaud Theatre, rooms 8 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780: Resldeaco 42U, �th St S., Phone 1494. DR. J. B. LOVERING, PhyslcaJii and Surgeon, X-Ray equipment OUlco and residence, 812 Srd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, l-i, and 7-�. Telephone day and night 1242. 280-1) DR. n. W LYNN. ROOM 6, REUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Offlco hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by ap-poiuuaeut. Phono; Office 469, Re5. 699. CHIROPKACTOR3 SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH nnil June B. Smith.-If you are alck and want to regain health, taks spinal adjustments and get well Office la residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours It.Si to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1077. MUSIb MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Planofortt Playing & Theory; ono hundred per cent of pupils eutered for the examinations of. the Rcyal Academy and Royal College ot Music, Loudon, En., last year were suocesafuL Studio. 023 9th Street South. MRS. W. U. JOHNSON-TEACtlBR ot Piano, Harmon/ and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped vrith blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-alaUng board, eta Studio 1226 etii Ave. A. South. J.M HENDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST ; Difficult Casesa Specialty;^ Omeo'al.Wrlghlis Jewellery btore .( WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. DavioB, 1218 5th Ave. A. south, LethbridKo. Plioue 1547. 97-0 CLEANING AND DYEING Tim VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our proceii ellmlnatea danger ot Injury to garments. Only the highest class 'H-ork tamed out No dyeing. Immediate tentinn Is given to country orders. �24 6th Htreet South. Phone 1813. LOO sam-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations woU done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 8th Street South. Phone 634. 261-30 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, presning and repairing- High class work at lowest rrlces. 13elivery free 118 7tb 8t 8. Phone 1019. 28624 LEE DUCK-Has reopened his tailoring, cleaning, pressing nud repairing business. Oriental sllka, High' class work at lowest pricoa. Delivery tree. 402 13th St. N. Phono 1770. 140-0 ELITE TAILORS, CLEANERS. .. LADIES' WEAR MADE TO ORDER. We aro Bpeciallzlng In cleaning pres-Hlng apd romodelling. Give us a trial. Work cflllod,tor and Uollvor-od. Satisfaction guaranteed, Phovie 400. 710, 3rd Ave. .Sputh,  "1^2 URGES NECESSITY p b London. .Tuly 1.-(Via Renter's Ottawa Agency.)-Addrca.qinK a largo representatlvfi nicetlnR ot the British ProiUicors' organization of London and AuHtralla, Premier Hughes again VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR anything In the rubber line. Any size tire. Promptness and quality giiar-antooil. Wg aim lo please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire before you see us, It may be worth tiding. Free air on Iho curb. Lelh-bridge Vulcanizing Works. E. Chaplin & Son. 712 Srd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1064. I4S-0 FURS WE ARE SPECIALIZING In natural settings in Coyote,. Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, new effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott. Practical Furrier, Higlnboth-am Block. 87-0 BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BlUY-cles for sale. All makes ot bicycles repairea. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmitn, 412 4th Ave. south. Phono 1032. G2-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING liiDWAHD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, . comfortable home, pupils prepared ' tor matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course, Music, Dancing, French taught by Parislonne. ^oys under 12 taken. Write tor prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-104 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D, C. M. EVE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Offlco rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building. Corner ith Ava 4ud 2na St East Calgnvy. Office Phono M 21548 Residence Phone M207T Interne ir.d Ho.-se Surgeoa Slanhnttnn Eye. Ear, Nose uud Throat Hospital. New York City, 1911-1:114. epeclallst to Calgary Schcol Board dw^U at great leiiRil\ \iiii)n tlio absolute ii(;r.'e�.sity foj- Die J}riii.4)i Kmpiro lo serloysly organi/.i\ indu.sulally .'inil economically, If i( wisln's lo miiinluin Us iiosltion after tlu! '�To win the war without licInK pro-paroil to meet ijohi wnr condltion.i would moan that wniild clasp I empty luiaks," said .\lr. IIukIics. I'olltleal IndopuiiiiiMicp and trappings of greatness v.uiild rcniuln for a season, conllnufd tlic pioniicr, but without economic Breatuusa dogouor-i wvy would begin. Premier Hughes luococded to argue Hint Great Britain's prn-war economy was one of the nogiitidn. and judging by the results, did not pay In this matter of life and doatli tilings wore allowed to take llioir courao. No other great naiion acted in this manner. Ho showrd liow Germany's share of the world's trade grew by leaps and bounds. I'or example fifty years ago Great iJritain produced roughly five times more iron and two and two quarters muro steel than Germany. In 1913 Cerniany produced twice ns much stool as Great Britain, Moreover, nnany ot iho best rooms In the Empire's industrial mansion were occupied Jjy Germany. Germany's peaceful ponetratliiii 'luid honeycombed Great Britain's lifo so that Groat Britain traded not oiitiroly tor her own advantage but also for Germany's. After the infevnn that the world was pas.sing through, could it he maintained oven before tlin war thonglit that Grciit Britain's ocononile policy was llie best policy, tliiit that policy would suit war conditions?" "In the new economic environment after the war if we arc not adequately ennlpped. wo sliall surnly perish," saiil the speaker, aViiidHt (dicers. Continuing, he iiointcd out lluit tow reallzGd wliat would be tlinlr position of tlie war. Crcal Britain's war Indelit-edness, ulready lias reached �S.OOO,-000,000 sterling and in addition there was tint on tills atupendoiis sum, many millions anniiuUy for peiisions, huge sums for reiiatrintioii and vocational Iruining and education for disabled solOlors, and many oUicr financial ro-sponslbilitips. "It must be reiilized that wo are in for a pretty bad time," sUid the speaker. "Remember that all these now bunions are added to the pre-war burdens and it will also have to be niGl with the wealth produced after the war. Hence It is obvious that we must produce more iior unit of labor and jier jiound ot capital invested than ever. .Neither eloquence nor resolutions will solve this problem." "Ot coursfi you can die or quit, which amonnlK to the same thing," he added, "but If you want to live you must act jii'oinpil.v. The more you look at the toi-rifi" problem the more appal-Ing it appears. You want to forget it. and believe that someliow you wi.U muddle throiigli. but at Ihe back of your mind, you know that it can not, under any clrcani.stances. be side stet)-pod." Premier lluglios. continulnK. rc-env phasizert (liai llio only way to deal with the prohleni was lo organize every industry, so that each fitted iu-/to the other like cogs in a machine I and formed part ot a great national or-! ganlzatioii. ('o-n|iordllon ot organizeil j labor Was abaolutcly necessary and 1 the fundamental tact was thai more wealth must be produced. FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall i& Sons THE HOME DECORATORS'.i the Empire Ready Trim- ' med Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next. Door ta Herald Office. CANADIAN ' PATRIOTIC FUND. I LETHBUIDGE BRANCH. - THIRD Floor Poet Offlco Building. Phono; 701. Offlco hours ^during July nnd August; 10 a.m. and 4 i>,U!.;- Satur-.! d,ny 10 a.m. to 1 p,m . ' lfl8� HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHTiWAN & ALBERTA $4,304,800.61. HAIL INSUR-ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED $7,-493,347.18. EVERY LINE COM-PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN FULL. SINCE .INCORPORATION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS, PAID OVER $40,000,000.00 IN LOSSES. Doesn't this appeal to you aa a good rsa$on why you ahould Insure with British America? Be safe ratler than sorry and apply now by letter or telephons to- W. F. Nelson and Company 411 Fifth Street South, Lethbrldits Alberts TRY A HERALD WANT AD mmm m 1 l.acombc. luly IJ.-In llieir big camp here, pitcheil by .Vdvcntist ministers an ileviuigoli.sis to cuniici've labor, the Sevciitli Day Adventlst convention and cdnCcreiire nf Alberta opened ee.sKlDn loiluy. l^rovi.'iion iias ! been made for an atlendaiue of more than 1000. TIiIk will be an Iniiiortant meeting, for tlie .Sevenlh 15ay .^dven-tlst world Is In a state uf intensity. For more than filly years tlioy have proclaimed .ind piildished'.') prophecies ot the presf^nl worlil calamities, whiuli show the end ot Ihe world to be very, very near Christ's predictions, fiuch as MattliHW 'Jl and l>uke 21, they explain, indicate that his second coming is at hand-tlin exact date cannot be known. They understand tlie Scripture to teach them plainly that the present world troubles are but the beginning of a series ot tlieni which will culminate in tlie end of the world dcacribod by 'Ihrist. .Mission study and Hiblo study will hold a lironilnent place in the wnrlc n( the convention. .Missionaries from abroad and' leaders from North America are present. A nnitine feature of llic large, well constructed camp is the fact that practically all nf the con.strnctlon work has been done by ministers and departmental secretaries, so as to lielp conserve lahpr in tlis jire.'-.ent national need. Clad in overalls and swinging sledges, plclta, and r.hovela, Advontisi evangelists and pastors have bee'n working full time as a busy construc-llon crew. Because ot their observance of timt tirnft as Iho Sabbath, no business will b� transacted !iy the contorence from Friday sunset till .Saturday sunset.. Asked tlie reason tor their peculiar custom In this matter. President Haysnier replied, "Wo simply follow llie inv,truelion of the llible anil the example ot t'liririt and the apostles as we understand it, keeping the seventli day from sunset till sunset, there being found in tlie Scripture no record of God's change of His day of rest." D'-. .Marr of Calgary from the llritish 'and Foreign Bible society, will address the delegatoci next week, proaenting ths work and needs ot the Uible society. A large collection was given by the conference for this work last year. IIM m CROSS Hdl.'iw. .lime -The dance given Toi'siliiy. .Iiinc IS liy the Ut^llaw lirancli | of x\w. Ued ('ri)Hii meiety was the | eveiii i)f tlU! Heu.son in lioiluw, Tlie | priiceeils aiiuiiinti;ii to lwo Ininilred dollars, Tho 'I'alH'r orehc.^lra fiirnislnMl excellent niUBic tor the ilaneing. v.-liieh took |)lai:e in ihim side of tlioHiniiloln Huilding. while refreslinienls were lie-iiig served in ibe oihcr side. The sueioty \vl.slie'. and .lune L'L'iid of $,S4.nO, also .Mr. Chase wim eonirimuiui WITH VATICAN Rcme, July 11.-The Chinese republic having expressed a desire to establish diplomatic relations with the Vatican, the Pope ha.", approved the .-ippolntment of Tai Tcheng. Lin as minister to the Holy See. He has served as minister to Spain and to Portugal. D RAYING ()? All Kiiiih WesternTransferCo. LLmltcd <<�'i,.-e-C. P. r. Freight 6:nd� PH0NE8 Otrie� ........... 11�� � [ Stablea .......... 1064 *