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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1018 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREE By Wellington sufferin' snakes! ^3 NO USE IN TAUKIN'. ALL V sate ot Royal College of'Dental S\u-gpons Toronto and holder ot a Dom-Uiion Dental Certiilcato. Office: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 107L PR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (Successor to Drs. Courttce & Gilchrist). Crailuate at Univorsity ot Maryland. ' RooEB 8--Idcnco phone 763, Office*; Untoo Bank BuildlnB. lbS-0 VIAVI VIAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's dlaeaaea und nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request, Mrs. 0. Thomas, 308 7th Ave. A south. Phone 5S4. 119-0 GUNSMITHS UUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barrels traightoned, guns restock-\ ad, guu work done by a gunsmith, \ keys made, locks repaired, bioyclei, 1 typewriters, phonographs, any light ,' iQRchiuory repaired, lawn mowers � iharpenod. D. e. MaodonalJ. Indian ' Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1033, 4U 4th Ave. 3. , DOCTOR GALBRAITH S14 Third Avenue South Office hours..!........... 1-3 p.m. .............. 7--3 p-m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DRS. DoVEBER. CAMPBELL, ROY & CltAGG. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours: X.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 505. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Slierlock Block. Tole-phones: Office 319; Residence of Dr. Connor, 619; residence ot Dr. Leoch, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. -108 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1731  Next Plre Hall SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock BIdg. Offlci hours 10-12; 2-5; Qvenfnga by appointment. Pfaonea: OUica 341i Rea IdCDce 593. DR. P. VV. TULLBn, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block ospuslte S'arlaud Theatro, rooms ( to 4. Office hout-a: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Kaaidenca 420, 8th SL S., Phone 1494. ALL LADIES OP LETHBRIDGE illic' vicinity, nbrth ot 6th Avenue, south, call \ipon mo to be measur- j ed for a Spirella corset, brasBierros,' blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Corsets from $3.50 up. Mrs. P.A. Parker, 1816 7th Ave. N. Phone 1356. 100-0 VULCANIZING WE" UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR anything in the rubber lino. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to 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 fixing. Free air on the curb. Loth-bridge Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1664. 148-0 FURS DR. J. E. LOVEUING, Physlcala and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Ottica and residence, &12 3rd Ave. south. Uoura 11-lu, l-ii and Tolephons day and night lii42. 296-tt piano tuninq a. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNBB- Player-Piauo and Organ Repairer; 30 years' factory experience. Uoa-ours Certificate M.T. Aasn.. London. Bnghind. Ueterencea to Uie leadit.* musicians ot the city. Pbona illii 126S uth Ave. A. Soutll. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hoavlial and Maternity Homo. J224 m Avanua South. Phone 7 4C. EDUCATIONAL 6ARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQK 411 eth SL South, LathbridB* Day and ^vanlns acbaoL IJkorthand, TypewriUug, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjeota. I Office Phona 131� llealdenoa Pheho or Prinsipal INI. White for Full Information. welding c::y-acbtylenb welding - w. N. Kutb, corner Ist Avouue and lotb StreeL vulcanizing yp TO DATE TIRE riEPAlRING and retreading our spociaity. Bxpreaa paid one Way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 7S0. 208 13th St. flouth. City Vulcanl*-Ing Shop. B, D. Ritchie. Manager. undertakino ir. S. FBTTlSRLli, LSIADINQ FUNBH-al director' and licensed embaimer, motor or bona driven hearsea. Parlors, opposite Court House. OUlca Vhoa-. eai, rasldenca ptaaaa 11711. Open day and nigbL IfacKAY & MacKAY-FUNERAL Plrectors and Practical Bmbalmera; office and vesideuce. .Motor and horse drawn etiulpment 803 3rd Ave. S, Phone ItiOii. Always open, never clofied. DtCORATING IWELLINGTON BUGS.-THB DBO orators, Tapafbangers and Palntera � KalsomUitng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Bstlmatea given. > Tbe oldest.established palntera In liitbbrldge. BeB,rPhone 1472; otdca phbiii;'Visa. Sherlock Bldg., Letta' bridge. Alta. ' ^ SjBADS^Pal.rttlng, Decorating and Paper Hanglnlt', Fbone 600. 611 SW'AyeV ^ "^'C': � 117-0 jW, KQiVIBUY. ^AJNTINO. DECORAlC i;si^;,^a^ar:,'Hanging, Kalsomintng. ati:. jBeatjnatiprlala only used for nil vprk.,' .Eatlmates es6,9tb Street: Si willingly ^Ivea Phona 338. shoe repairing i BHOE KEPAUilNa-^Phone 1717 for your phoe rep'alra. Work dons Sf'omptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, Cll 4tb Ava Bouth. bakery KIRKBY & CO, HIQH-OLASS BAK-ery, for pastjry that you candopead, upon belpit >-made ron bome-mads prlnclples.:i 'KIrlfby .� Co., '606 J�' . Avo. 19, Phone 1622, DR. R. w lynn. ROOM 6, RBUTER Block, above Cousumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by ap: pointraont. Phone; Office 469, Res. 599. WE ARE SPECIALIZING in natural settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set differ; ent, new effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott. Practical Furrier, Hlglnboth-am Block. 87-0 s WATER SyPPLIES Mayor Reid Shows Evidence of Getting This Problem Settled Up BICYCLES CHIROf>KACTOF(8 SMITH ii SMITH-HYRUM SMITH uud Juno B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, taks spinal adjustments and get well Office in residence, 903 7Ui Ave. 8.. opposite Model Bakery, hours O.30 to 6. 7 to 3. Phone 1S77. MUBIb MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianofortt Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, En., but year were suocessfuL BtudIo, 623 9tta Street BouUi. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACMBB ot Piano, Harmon/ and Ttaeary. Over ten years' teacnlns experiencsi Studio Cully equipped with bUck-board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-nlaUng board, ate. Studio 1226 6U Ave. A. South. EYES tFSTECf; J. M. HENDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office al Wnohls Jfwcllcry Store ;�� Hours iO to (2 n.rri. -'2 to 5 p.m, CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. All makes ol bicycles repaivod. A large stock ot accessories on band. D. E. McDonald, Qun-smith and Locksmith, 412 4th Are. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and tonclierp', ;^xi aniinations, full commercial;course, JIusic. Dancing, French tsiugbt ;by Parisienne. Boys under � 12 tak^n. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal.. . 144-104 WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Cliarges ?20.00. T. L. Davies. 1218 5th Ave. A. south, LothbridKO. Phono 1547. 97-0 GLEANING AND DYEING THB VALET-8PB01ALIST8 IN French Dry Cleaning. Our procesi eliminates danger ot Injury to ga^ nents. Only the hlgbeat class work turned ouL No dyeing, Immedlats ateutlnn is given to country orders. SS4 eth Btroet South. Phona 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, R� pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call tor and deliver goods. 410 6th 'Street South. Phona 884. 261-30 LGB WINO, the , Tatlor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing, qti;h ' class work at lowest prices. Pellvery tree. 118 7th 8t 8. Phono 1019. 286-24 LEE DUCK-Has reopened his tailoring, cleaning, pressing and repairing business. Oriental silks. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 402 13th St. N. Phone 1770. 140-0 ELITE TAILORS, CLEANERS. .. LADIES' WEAR MADE TO ORDER, Wo arc spoclallzlnK in cleaning pres-Hlng arid remodelling. Give ^m a trial,' 'Work; oall^d 'tor' New P. Burns Building. Corner feth Ava and 2nd St. East. Calgary, Office Phona M284g Residence Phone M207T Interne and ITo.rr. Walter Brophy ot Burdett. Messrs. D. Carlson, Harry Foster and Bob Endersby were visitors to the Calgary exhibition. Miss Gilbert, First avenue, was a guest at Medicine Hat on Saturday. Mr. H. K. Beattio spent the tore part of the week hero with his family. Kev. Herring is spending a few days in Pinclier Creek. Geo. iiegg returned on Monday from IjCthbridge. Red Cross. The regular monthly meeting ot tho local branch ot the Red Cross society �(^as held in the institute rooms on Friday afternoon, l-'res. .Mrs. R. H. Koberton presiding. The society Is Iiieased to acknowledge the sum of 525 donated by tho convenors ot the dance and basket social which was held in the barn ot .Mr. Ruthier on the night of July 4th. Alto the sum, of $6 contributed by .Mr. Carlson (representing monies earned by him from Chautauqua performances) and $5.00 from Mrs. Weatherley. Two new members were recorded, Mr. and .Mrs. Hob-son, it was suggested that the past practice of holding only one business meeting each month bo altered and that the method of weekly business sessions be adopted. The proposed change occasioned wide discussion. Some were opposed to it at first but when its advantages were pointed ont the motion carried - Tinanimously. Hereafter, sewing hours will continue as formerly in the rest room each and every Wednesday afternoon until 4:45, when business will bo transacted. Tho Bow island branch ot tho Red Cross society feels justified in calling upon all Its workers and contributors at tills time to increase their eftorts , on behalf of the Red Cross Tho prosidont, .Mrs. R. II. Roborton whose untiring activities on behalf of tlio Red Cro.ss society and all other patriotic organizations have given her a conspicuous place in tho town's "worth-while" list, has expressed her regret that so many of bur women still fall to rocognizQ their individual responsibility In keeping pace with tho demands required of this brunch. Aa already reiterated workers are ni'-gontly and consistently needed to "Curry On." Those who fall to do their share In the noble work of this society will throw an additional bur don on tliose generous) women who have given their time freely and cheer fully since tho commencement of the war. It is only by the direct and un faltering response of every Individual in the community that tho acme of results ot our unity ot purpose can be attained.  Air. D. K. Pederson has returned home after attending the Calgary exhibition. Mr. J, K, Millar was a visitor to Burdett on .Monday. -Mr, L. H. Wrigljl, well driller, is now engaged in sinking a woU on tho farm of Mr. Chanooy Morey, who fs entertaining hopes that an artesian well will be struck. Numerous artesian wells have been found in this district varying in depth from GOO to 700 feet. Rev, Braa will conduct Sunday services in the Fertile Plains school Sunday. Mr. Charlie Thompson and family have taken up their residence on l?"ii'st avenue In tlio house recently vacated by Mr. J. R, Agar. Sad Death. ^ The sad announcement has been received of tho death of Mr. Austin Fortune in camp in Kansas, His brother. J. O. Fortune left immediately tor tho States upon receipt of the sad Information and was present at his brother's burial on July 4th. A\ist*n was a very popular old-timer In this district and the sincere sympathy of u wide circle of friends is extended to those left to mourn his departure. Several of our citizens motored to Edmonton to allond tho second an COMMERCE (From Our Own Correspondent) Commerce. July 10.-Quito a number of our boys iiald a visit to Coai-liursl on Monday evening to take, in the show and have a good tluio. but the evening turned out to be anything but pleasant for some ot them, who ran foul of the police authorities.and hud to doiiate a little to tho funds of that deparment for neglecting to carry their identification and registration papers. Mrs. Chapman and children left on Monday afternoon tor the east to pay a visit to her parents. Mr. Simpson and daughter were week end visitor.^ to Letlibrldge. There are.quite a � few now faces around' here, twelve or fourteen new^ men having commenced work at thto mine during tho last ton days. Jlr. and Mrs. Pallott have taken up their residence in Commerce again, having moved from Diamond City last week. Wo hoar that Ronny .Macdonald, oue of our old time residents, who went to the V. S. last year, has enlisted In tho U. S. army. We are pleased to hear that Jlr. D. DorringhattI is able to walk around a little, nnd that ho Is convalesclnK nicely after his painful accident at tho mine. We all wish him a speed recovery. Mr. G. Fear, one oC our War Voter-an.m lias returned from a trip to tho Peace River country, having been looking after his liomestead, granted by, tho government. Mr. Bonwick. an old-timer ot Commerce, who left us quite recently, writes us from Field, B. C. saying that houses aro awful scarce In that town, he having oxporionccd quite a hard time renting one, otherwise, ho and his wife and family aro enjoying the host of health. School closed hero last week for tho summer vacation. DRAYING Of All Kinds / WestcrnTransfcrCOa Limited fflMxC, p. R. ProIgM MMta PHONES Offiee .......(.ft tin tabi............ nual convention ot the Alberta Motor league being held in the capltol today and tomorrow. .Mr. and Mrs. Ostrum and their daughter, Greta, motored to Medicine Hat on Wednesday. Friends will regret to learn that .Mrs. Ostrum is confined in the Medicine Hat hospital. Mias Greta will remain in Medicine Hat with friends during her mother's illnes.s. The Grandlea Red Cross society was delightfully entertained at the Foster Ranch by Mrs. Foster on Thursday afternoon. Tho delightful weather and an unusually large, attendance made the afternoon thoroughly enjoyable. Mr. S. Y. Hurst, wlio has been spending a tew days in Lethbridge returned home on Thursday. Mayor Reid is spending a lew days with friends In Bdmonton wJiere ho will attend the exhibition and Auto League convention. Tho many friends ot Mr. and Mrs. T, Conquergood extend to them the deepest sympathy In the loss of their Infant who passed away at their farm in the .Malob district on Friday last. -Mr. and-Mrs: W. Oliver have left by motor tor Calgary where they -will remain a few days. Tho annual picnic of the United church and Sunday school will be held next Tuesday (July Kith) at the conn try residence of Mr. and Mrs, ^ Jos. Jlltchell. The sports, refreshment's nnd transportation committee report that everything is in readiness for a big day. A cordial Invitation ia extended to all friends ot the United cliurcli to attend. Cars will l)o park od outside the United church, Lethbridge avenue at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning and will convoy adults und children to the gathering place. Come along and bring a basket. Dr. and 'Mrs. Baines returned homo on Monday after spending a couple of weeks in the mountains. ^Irs. Archio Hoaglin spent a few days in Lothbridge this week. Harris Dixon, Lloyd Dixon and Bill Scott are in Warner plowing for a .few (lays. H AIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA,' SASKATCHEWAN A ALBERTA H364.800.61. HAIIr INSWR-.I ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED $7,-493,347.18. EVERY LINE COM-PANY PAID ITS; LOSSES IN FULL. SINCE INCORPORA-i TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HASi PAID OVER $40,000,000.00 IN LOSSES. 1 Doesn't this appeal to you as a good reason why you should Insure with British Amerlea? Be safe rather than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone � to- . ' W. F. Nebon and Company 41� Fifth Street South, Lethbridise i .Albar^ji, Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phona 1713 330 6th St. 8. Lethbridge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones: Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR WHY NOT spend a day In the country, oi}-, joying the trosh air, beautiful' ' scenery, sunshine and tlowers. Engage ^ OUR TAXI SERVICE for tho trip. Our cars are comfortable, our chauffeurs reliable, our rates reasonable. Estimates given on driving , calls. UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 Auto livery COMFORTABLE TOURINOl AND SEDAN CARS. ' CAREFUL, COURTEOUS v SERVICE Phones: Day.....1448 Ni^ht - - . - - 787i 99999999999? 5099999999 ??30B ;