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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO ME LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FARM LANDS FOR SALE �S3r LOST AND FOUND V.'hon Replying Mention Til* Hernia. IMPROVED FARM MUST BE SOLD �4S0 acres, new hip-roof barn, comfortable house, fenced nnil cross, no stono, level. 110 mros wheat headed out, 35 acres outs, SO acres new breaking, t!0 acres summer fallow, drilled v/t'ii, good locality. Owner must leave immediately, doctor's orders. For quick ec.le $32.00 per acre. 42,500 cash, balauco easy terms. J. HARRIS & CO., Few Doors North Lethbridge Hotel. ISO-0 LOST-Near tho old bridge, a club has. Suitable reward for return to Crystal Dairy. 1'(0t1 LOST~ Juao~So7h. in coulee, fox~Ter^ rler, black and white. Commerce 1917 taj. Return and receive reward. R. Chapman. Commerce. 175-G roST-^\t~KomnoVt~J^l~2iui. a '"all briiifllc Boston Vnill terrier answering to name of Jeff. Reward for information as to whereabouts. 1 Tli-6 STIIAYED-To my" premises] Ono brown gelding, branded on left shoulder. G. H. Pinley. Stirling Alta.____i^7Sz:(L LOST-Al or near Experimental Farm, Monday evening, the 9 th inst., black straw hat faced In pink. Finder leave at the Herald office. ISO-6 FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 Classified Ads. Ads for Tins Paoe Must bb in Office bt 10.45 a.m.. to appka11 samb bay. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 25c. AN INSKBTION FOB 85 I ITOItDS OB LESS-6 TIMES TOO | TUB PBICR OF FOUR. FARMS FOR SALE good j-i sf:c. NEAR chin* STA-tlon, l'JO acres In wheat, 160 acres in llnx, $36.00 per acre. \ve have a number of u sec-tions at one-tenth cash and balance in ten years. good Vi sec. near wilson' sid-Ing, 100 acres new breaking, 1-3 cash, balance crop payments. COX & CO., Kail and Fire Insurance. Empress Block, Lethbrldge, LOST-In city, brass! 'screw cap to gasoline tank of car, about " in. din-meter. Finder please notify Smith  Bros. & Wilson. Limited, 540 Eighth; St. South. 17S-0; LOST-Two year old colt, black, entire whon lost, branded lazy P W connected; H lazy M on left shoulder. S10 reward. Advise K. K. I'atterson. Stirling. ISO-� SITUATIONS VACANT WANTToI>^^~TalimIressT "ATpTy~422 13th St. S. ___177-0 \ VANTED-^l'wo strong boys~at Sasii and Door Factory. ISO-2 WANTED-A competent genera"? servant. Apply 140S Gth Ave. S. 174-0 WANTED--Girl f or-let cream parlor. Apjily Palace Ice Crenm Tailor. 153-0 WANTED-Ciirl tnr NuTso?- Home. Apply Superintendent Gait Hospital. 175-0 FOR SALE BTEAM PLOUGH. LEVEL, HIGH ground. Raw land, 5 miles from Wilson Siding. Price ?20 per acre, easy terms. RAW LAND $25.00 PER ACRE, half-section 3 miles from Stirling, nice land. Lands in all dUuicts. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY Next Mercnants Bank, 5th Street LAND FOR SALE OOOD STOCK RANCH, 200 HEAD of cattle, seventy head of horses, all farm machinery. Two sections deeded land and 2 sections lease land. Good improvements, machinery and land $20 per acre. Cattle $50 per head. horBes ?100 per head. QUARTER SECTION IN NOBLE-ford district, 120 acres in wheat, 40 acres pasture, small house, stable and other small buildings. Price ?43 per acre, including crop., small cash pavment, balance good terms. WELL IMPROVED HALF SECTION in Nobleford and Barons district. For sale cheap with crop. If you want snaps in farm or ranch lands see, POPHAM & MAY, Barons, Alberta. 17S-0 NOTICE To whom it may concern: On and after the loth of July, 1917, fee will not bo responsible for any debts incurred by Mali Chan and Nam, Merchants and Restauranteurs, of Taber. Alta. (Signed) Mah Joe and Nam, Successors. Taber, Alta., June 27, 1917. 177-G Until July 15th Thirty-five dollars per acre holds good with crop for S.W. J4 5-6-18-4 and N. >/229, part E 32 and part W. 33-4-13-4. After July 15th we will reserve hall crop. DON'T LOSE YOUR OPPORTUNITY. The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. PHONE R 411 174-0 FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Land .Co. for sale The II. Macbeth Agency FARM LANDS Organized as wo are, -with offices at different points, wo are in a position to offer you the best buys available. GOOD HORSE AND CATTLE RANCH, comprising 1426 acre3 of deeded land, 22,000 acres 15 year lease. Several miles of river frontage. Can be bought with or without 1,000 head of stock. This is ono of the best ranches in Alberta. See us for price and terms. 640 ACRES. Good mixed farming proposition. G miles from Acme, 185 acres under cultivation. Good buildings, telephone con-, nectlon, abundance of grass und water. Price !{20.00 per aero. Good terms. 180 ACRES. 6 miles from Cayley. Small improvements. Price $26.25 per aero. $700.00 cash. LI8TING8 WANTED MURCHI80N BROS., GADDE8 & BRADEN 414 4th Aye. 8. Phono 1608 Offices: Calgary, Champion, 8wal-walli Craigmyie. 164-0 LOST-On or about Juno 15th, two light bay mares, about 1050 lbs. branded on right shoulder. $20.00 reward for information leading JgGjH to recovery. Louis Kips, Box li.-il, Taber. . 173-12 LOST--One brown mare, star in forehead, one white hind foot, branded MSB on left shoulder. $10.00 reward fimSA for information leading to ro-covery. J. O. Chance, Purple Springs. 175-IS WANTED-Waitress lor cafe; good wages paid. Apply Sugar City Cafe. Raymond. Alta. 177-6 WANTED--Two men to work in warehouse. Apply Western Canada Agency, Limited, Lethbridge, Alta. 177-G WANTED-Two good house carpenters, corner 5th Ave. N. and 12r.h St. C. N. ITS-� LOST-1 light bay mare, weight Hon lbs. Branded on right thigh big bald face, had broken halter on when last seen. $10.00__ reward. Crandall Bro3.. Carmangay.. 177-12 WANTED-Competent girl, no washing, good wages. Apply Bos 5, Herald.______17st� WANTED-Competent stenographer Apply Superintendent's office C. p.r. depot. ISO-G \VaIn'TED-A b 1 ncksmithTa~good alI-round man. $5.50 per day. Apply T. R LcBow. Vulcan, Alta. ISO-G LOST-White cow, with black spots, branded T on right ribs and F T on left thigh. Will likely have young calf following. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. John Lip-tak, Hardioville. 177-G COAL MINERS WANTED-Steady work, good mining conditions. Federal Coals Limited, operating the Grace Mine. 175-0 STRAYED-Sunday night from No. G, Hardieville, two reddish gray mares, ~~ branded on left hip; one had rope halter on; both with colts __7 weeks old. $10 reward for return. Charles Woipon, 45 2nd Ave. Hardieville. ITS-6 WANTED-Young girl (age 1G) desires position as clerk or waitress. Experienced. Apply Box S, Herald. 1T9-2 wanted-Competent woman or girl for general housework. Mrs. w. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm, phone 3S5. ISO-0 LOST-Monday afternoon between Hudson's Bay and Rylands' corner, small black handbag containing sum of money in bills and small change, receipt in bag. Return to Herald Office and receive suitable reward. Mrs. W. Symonds, 1315 Gth Ave. S. 179-2 LOST-On or about June 17, onebay gelding, about 1100 lbs., white forehead and branded 7 over reverse 3 on left hip; and one black gelding colt, 3 years old, branded P I on left shoulder $10.00 reward for information leading to their recovery. Mike Gates, Box 407. Taber P. O. 170-12 IMPOUNDED-In the East Pound; City, since the 7th inst., one steer, blue roan, branded M E under bar on left shoulder, Y G under crescent on left hip, three years old; also impounded In the West Pound, City, since the Gth inst.. one red steer, branded P S on left hip, 121 on right ribs. Wm. Hardy, Chief Constable. 179-3 WANTED-Experienced bookkeeper at once. Good salary and steady position. Grant & Moir. Real Estate and Insurance office, Barons, Alta. 175-8 WANTED-Boy or young man with some hardware experience, for country store near Lethbridge. Apply P.O. Box 1S9, City. 179-0 WANTED-A cook, able to cook for twenty. Wages to ability. Apply to Van Haarlem hospital, 1224 7th Ave. S. References preferred. 17G-6 WANTED-Girl or middle aged woman to take full charge of two little girls. Highest wages paid. Apply 321 Gth Ave. A. south, or phone 1407. 172-0 TO RENT WANTED-A bright, capable girl or woman to assist with work in the homo and office. x\pply Mrs. J. E. Loveriug, S12 3rd Ave. S. Telephone 1242. 179-0 TO RENT-Furnished rooms suitable for one or two gentlemen. G42 5th St. E., or Phone 1296. 177-0 ROOMS TO RENT-Two bedrooms in private home, double or single. 525 5th St. S. 177-6 TO RENT-Furnished house to careful tenant. Write Box 34, Herald. ISO-3 TO RENT- Furnished room, house fully modern; phone, very close in. 521 5th St. south . 180-2 TO RENT-Two furnished bedrooms in private home, suitable for four young men, if preferred. Apply 212 1st Ave. S. 178-6 TO RENT-Furnished room, modern conveniences, gentleman only. Applv forenoons at 616 10th St. S. Phone No". 507. 179-6 TO RENT-Well furnished rooms, centrally located, suitable for business men, (gentlemen only). Apply Room 7, Whitney Block, 3rd Ave. South. 175-5 TO RENT-Large furnished bedroom for gentleman, with private family, half block south of Central school! Breakfast If desired. G23 9th St. S. 17S-Ox TO RENT-That 2% storey fully modern dwelling, 612 fith St. S. Suitable" for a rooming house. Possession at once. Apply the C. B. Bowman Agency. Phone 1325. 152-0 TO RENT-Storage- space lot ill kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay & Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avemia South. Phone 73a. 229- 0 TO RENT-Storage ior all kinds ot furniture. Central location. Reasonable prices. McLean Transfer, office Balmoral block, Phone 1097, Resiaonca 524 7th St. South. Phone 1089. 81-0 MR. - are you satisfied with your present living quarters. If not go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 547. 178-0 Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge victrolas, Victor Records, VloV Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Musi* and Musical Merchandise, Mail Orders Givert Careful Attention. >- , J THEN HE HAD TO TREAT He (silly with the season)-Really, I'm so fond of strawberries that 1 think I'd like to be straw-buried. She-Well, I'd prefer to be lce-cre-muled. , --......-.------------- WANTED-Housekeeper for family of three, two men and child aged 4. Wages $35.00 per month. Apply Max Zeitzev Farming Co., 3 miles Aoutli east of Lethbridge. P. O. Box 473. ISO-G FOK SALE-Miscellaneous When Replying Mention The Herald. FOR SALE-Glass, all sizes, five cars on hand. Sash and Door Factory. 175-6 FOR SALlJ^-Hbrse,"�buggy ~anfl"1iar-liess. Apply 1705 2nd Ave. N. 175-6 FOTTSALE- Wolf "hound "pupl)ios7"419 2nd St. S. 17G-G FOK SALE-Pure bred White Wyandotte pullets, Martin strain, winter layers; nl.uo Buff and mixed pullets. Apply 441 19th St. n., City.___ FOR SALE-$5000 "variety business for sale and soil in lots to suit, or the whole stock. Must be sold at once. DoWolf Variety Store. Lethbridge. _ - 177-0 FOR~SALE~OR~EXeHANGE - Have you any Winnipeg (city or suburban) holdings you want to release for cottages in Lcthbridgo? Write owner Lethbridge property. John A. Bradley & Co., 400 Boyd Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. 179-12 FOR SALE-Must"be Sold to make room for incoming stock. A new Newcoinbo player piano', plays SS notes, mission oalc case, good tone. Was JSO0.OO 'now $550.00. Terms to suit. Mason & Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, lethbridge. ISO-1 FORESALE-Oiic~poYtable~steel forge with No. 400 blower 011 it, as good as new; also one bellows. Coal boxes and grain tanks made to order, wood turning, band saw and blacksmith work, any kind of work at this shop. Be sure to have your work done by first class man; tires set that don't come off in a week. 1401 4th Ave. N. P. A. Harding. 179-G SELL YOUll FURNITURE AT WADDING-TON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER SIX P.M., 469. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE-Ford car. Cheap if taken at once. Apply Box 6 Herald. ^ 178-0 FOR SALE CHEAP-Chevrolet Limousine, nearly new, in good repair, S600.00. Apply Baalim M6tor Co.. Ltd., or phone 1GSG. 144-0 FOR SALE-Chevrolet car, run only about 2500 miles, firBt. class condition. Good as new. J. H. DeWolfe. ' ' ' � ISO-0 WANTED AT ONCE-Good strong woman or man and wife without children to work on farm for six months or more. Four to eight men to cook for. Modern conveniences. Please state wages expected. Apply Box 41 Herald. 17S-12 WANTED-A school teacher with 1st or 2nd class professional certificate for the West Lethbridge Consolidated S.D. No. 10, duties to commence August 20th, 1917. Apply stating salary expected, to Robert Crawford, Sec-Treas., General Delivery, Lethbridge. 176-G FOR SALE-Used cars, one Ford touring car, in good condition, $225.00; ono new Ford touring car at a bargain; one Chevrolet touring car in good condition, $500. Baalim Motor Co., rear Union Bank. . 179-0 FOR SALE-Ford touring car, thoroughly overhauled, cylinders rebor?d, new pistons and rings, new cam shaft, new valves, new set coils, two new axles. Apply Welding Shop, next to Herald. 177-6 FOR SALE (Agricultural) FARMERS AND RANCHERS - Let me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' residence in Lethbridge enables me to thoroughly understand your requirements. Phone or write me and I will help you. I WTite hail insurance in a good company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Office open evenings. Office phono 545, residence 1135. P. O. Box 26G. 172-0 FOR SALE-10-20 I.H.C. engine, and a 20-35 Farquhar Separator. Will thresh 1000 to 1500 of wheat per day. Write for particulars. Ford Garage, New Dayton, Alta. 178-12 FOR SALE-Two good work teams, one team of matched mares about 3000, and one team of matched geldings about 2400 lbs., also one saddle pony, to be seen at Farmers' Feed Barn. 179-6 FOR SALE-3-year-old mare, gentle; also 6-year-old mare and colt, broke to ride and drive, weight about 900 or 1000 lbs., also 3 yearling colts. Apply F. W. Harvey, 1602 3rd Ave. N., Lethbridge. 175-6 WANTED TWO AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. MARRIED MEN PREFERRED. IFOR SALE-Good bunch of well-bred Hereford and Shorthorn cattle, all young stuff, consisting of 80 cows with calves at foot; 75 yearlings, about 50 two-year-old steers. This stock will be sold in quantities to suit purchaser. Wire or write D, S. Mcintosh & Co., Alberta Stock Yards, Calgary. 1G4-15 BOX 19, HERALD 160-0 WANTED TO GO OVERSEAS AT ONCE-Skilled men aro urgently wanted for tho Canadian Engineers and Divisional Signal Company. Mechanics, steam engineers, electricians, operators, linemen, construction men, bridgomen, auto drivers, miners and teamsters. A chance to go overseas at onco in your own line of work. If you Join today you can start tomorrow. Transportation forwarded to out of town recruits on receipt of medical certificate. Apply recruiting office, 27 Victoria Mansions, Lethbridge. 152-Ox SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Cook, elderly man, competent, clean and not very cranky, wants job, camp or farm. Apply Box 29 Herald. 179-2 COWS-FARMER8-CREAM Wo pay the highest price for cream, and send you a cheque by return mail. Write us, or send us a trial shipment CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED, _Lethbridge, Alta. 124-0 REMEMBER MR. FARMER AND Rancher, that when you figure on selling your oattle, hogs, calves, sheep, poultry, alive or dressed; also hides, pelts, tallow, that Do-lanys Ltd., pay the highest prices. Consign to us. Delanys Ltd., Phone 452. 159-0 GREEK ARMY INCREASED Rome, July 11.-The Greek army is to bo increased from three to ten divisions, the recruiting and complete equipment of which are to bo completed within four months, according to plans outlined today by Charles C. A. Jotitiart, entente high commissioner in Greece, M. Jonnart has reached Rome on his way to Paris where ho will lay before the roprcoentatives of the entente powers at. their forthcoming conference the results of his work in Greece, which Includes tho abdication ot King Constantino and Important reforms which he expects to carry out i under tlio new xegimo of Premier Ven- Expert Dry Cleaners and Dyers * ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY FURS STORED, REPAIRED AND INSURED. We pay express one way for out of town customers. "D" TIIE TAILOR Phone 1666 410 6th St. 8. 1 AND ALL KINDS OF TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie PHONI 637 718 *rd } LAND FOR SALE When Replying- Mention The HernlA. FOR SALE-Bost farms in M&cleod district, by A. F. Grady, Macleod. 166-Ox' FOR SALE-By owner, 320 acres rnw land, north half section 14-11-21, W. 4th M. O. S. Bowman, 623 Euclid Avo., Spokane, Wash. -30 FO R~SAL E-:One~"(7f ThTTbeaTfi rm i n g and ranching propositions in tho west today, 2 sections with good buildings, fenced and cross-fenced, about 300 acres under cultivation, one tullo from post olllco and Vi mile from school, good oprlng water, tributary to Claresholm and Granum. For particulars apply R. E. Moffatt, Clares-holm. 177-G FOR sale-5000 acres In block, all fenced and cross fenced. SO per cent, good farm land, good buildings, plenty ot running water. Snap for quick sale. We have money to loan on good farm land. Don't forgot tho strongest hail insurance company in Alberta, The Hartford. We have it. T. M. Huff, Room 10, Alberta BJock, Lethbridge. 177-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Queen Victoria park lots $250.00 each. Lots 22, 23, 24, 25 iu Block hino. Terms to suit purchaser. Box 15. Herald. 17S-30 FOR SALE^3 fully-modorn houses for salo on easy terms, 4tn Ave. N.; 3 lots on 12th St. C. north; 1 lot on 13th St. north; also 1 billiard table, $100 cash, and 2 box ball allies, 42 ft. $150.00. M. Kennedy, 401 12th St. C. north.__ISO-2 FOR SALE-By owner living out ot city, half acre and cottage close to car lino, also four roomed house on 50 feet. Prices and terms most attractive. Winnipeg properties considered in exchange. Will meet anyone interested at tho Alexandra Hotel tho latter part of month. Write John A. Bradley, Hotel Alexandra, Lethbridge. 179-12 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS When Replying Bfentlon Tim Herall WANTED-A silent salesman. McLaughlin Garage. ISO-0 WXNfET5^V"~good d^ITverJ hoTse, about 1200 lbs. Apply Schweitzer's Bakery. 177-0 WANTED-2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply Box 27, Herald. , V �*..<. 180-3 WANTED-Painting, paper-hanging, kalsomining. Get our price. N. Oliver, G23 Gth St. S.' 175-G WANTED-Will the party who took away the laundry from 324 3rd St. S., kindi'y return same to owner. J. H. Smith. ISO-3 WANTED^Have a number of clients wanting deeded land for ranch propositions. Cheap rolling land with creeks preferred. Cox & Co., Empress Block, Lethbridge. 161-0 WANTED-We pay the highest prices for household goods, etc. We sell goodB on commission. We exchange goods. We advance money. City Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. S. Phono 1428. 178-6 GAS TRACTOR REPAIRING-I Will overhaul and put your tractor in condition for threshing at a reasonable price. Work guaranteed. Leave orders at McClenaghan & Taylor, Trac-tO�_Agents. Phone 1295. 180-2 \V^TED^A-Iady_goInB to B. cTTor tho next two months and' having a largo house at her disposal, will be able to take a limited number of children with hor to board during the holidays. Apply Box 4, Herald Office, at onco. 177-6 WADDINGTON, T H E AUCTIONEER, PAYS CASH FOR FURNITURE. QUOTATIONS FREE. PHONE 770. TENDERS WANTED Tenders will bo accepted until noon July 18, for the construction of a concrete cistern at Crystal Lake Bchool. Apply for particulars to secretary's office, Balmoral Block, Lethbridgo. Lowest tender not nocessarily accepted. W. INGRAM, Secretary. Phono 1245. 17S-0 clcc Sc Co. I Ave. 8. TENDERS WANTED Tenders wanted for tho erection of a Chupel, etc., in the Second Ward in the Town ot Cardston. Plana and Specifications can bo had by calling at the office of Mr. D. H. Elton, Attorney, Lethbridge. Bids will be opened at tho office of Bishop T. W. Duco in tho Town of Cardston on July 23, at 8 p.m. All bids to bo addressed to Bishop T. W. Duco, CardBton, for tho committee. Ad. C. (Signed) The Commlttoo. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619. P. O. Box 80S. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES : Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge. TRY A HERALD WANT AD PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI VIAVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request. Mrs. O. Thomas room No. 9, Dominion Block, Loth-bridge, phono 1532. 171-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS i LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, buds restock' ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, . keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, 413 4th Ato. S. PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING- Moved from tho south to tho west sido of tho Hull Block. Wo carry tho most up-to-dato stock ot mouldings and pictures in tho province. Orders promptly delivered. Masquerade costumes, wigs and masks. Doll Hospital. Alberta Picture Gallery. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano nnd Organ Ilopairer; 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono llfil 1253 0th Ave. A. South. CARPET CLEANING Electric Vr.cuum cleaning, carpets, upholstery, walls, mattresses, hangings, etc., oloanod In your own home. Will Hayter, 1101 11th St, S., Phono 1830. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Worjta undortake all tiro repairing. All Work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town orders. E. Cuapiin & Son, 712 3rd Avo.-3., 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES - Cement, lime., plaster, tooting, plate and window glass, automobile windshields. The Western Supply & Equipment Co., Ltd., 4th Street South. Phone 1044, Box 298. 108-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only tho highest clas? work turned out. Immediate attention is given to country orders. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. OUR CITY DYE WORKS, 408 SEC- ond Ave. Dying, cleaning and pressing. A. Goldstein, Prop. Tel. 441. 1G1-0 SECOND HAND STORE NORTH WARD SECOND' HAND Store, 54G Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Kogers, Prop. Telephone 1155. 16G-0 AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfga. of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Telephone 1501. 165-0 BLACKSMITHS BELL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP, 315 4th St. S. General blacksmithing, carriage work. Horseshoeing a specialty. 168-25 FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain nnd Potatoes In car lot or less. Bee us before buying or Mil-ing. Established ten years. We are in touch with the best markets. F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 1244. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldftl*. Letbbridga, Raymond and Afagrath. Whether you want to buy or sell, we will mail you our Weekly Mark"! Card on request. 201 8HERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : : : : Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr., Res. Phone 8*9 M. R. Haxell, Acct. Res. Phona 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Electrical Engineering and Contract* ing. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work. Lighting plants Installed. Estimates furnished. H. B. McElyea, Assoc. A.I.E.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 1264 Fourth Avo. S. Phone 1888. 155-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Sales conducted anywhor'o in tho province. Terms reasonable Wrlto or phono 1023. Head offico at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Block, Lethbridgo, Alta. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-i can locate wator for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davles, Nobleford. 97-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoo repairs, Work done promptly. Orders callod for and delivered. Frank Miles, "11 4th Avenue South. HATWORK8 HATS CLEANED AND SLOCKED- Try us, wo know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoo Shine Parlor, Mob Ins Bros. Props,, next Empress Theatre. 102-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. Tho only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props, /folophono 1827, 109-0 TRY A HERALD II WILL BRING TAD. MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBHAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 014 Third Avenue. Phono 1253. Might and house phone 1350. ORS. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherlock BlocX, Telephones: Offico 319; llesldonca 019. Office hours: 11 to, 12 B.m.j L30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m.__ Dfttt. DEVEBErt, CAMPBELL, ROY &. CRAGG. - Ottlce Royal BanVJ Building. Office hours: 1 to X afternoons; 1 to 8 evenings. Fbone COD. Rosldonco phones: Dr. Camp-boll 1358; IV. Koy 609; Dr. Craig 1203. � 7 V LP. ?~~S�l\-Eye7T*5iTT3MI fnroat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-6; ovonlngs by appointment. Phonew: C"vtc� ,141: Re- sidenco G93. DENTAL DH. M. J. GIQSON-Dontlst, gradual ot Royal Collogo of Dontal Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Domluion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlco & Gilchrist)-Graduate University ot Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridgo. Alta.__ ORS. MARRS and MARR8-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours 9 to 5. Ottlce, Hlg- lnhothmn Block. Phono 374._ DR. E. G. 8IMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal Gollego ot Surgeons. . (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physician* (London). L.D.9, 1900, Hours: 9-12; 1-5. .Office): 6-8. Hig'nbotham Block. Phone 1816. "DR. fT'WTrox, dentist, Graduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 78S; residenco phono 762. Offices Union Bank : Building. - 158-0 PRIVATE ho8pital8 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746l_ PRIVATE~HOSPITAL FOR MATERNITY cases, and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. B. Helwig, 316 14th St. 8.. Phons 739. 68-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office la residenco, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 6: 7 to �. Phono 1677. UNDERTAKING i,?' FETTERLV-Leading Kunerai Director and Embalmer. Office opposite Court House. Motor and horse drawn hearses. Phono 661. Residence 284 7th Ave. S., Phono 1173. Opon day and nl,~ht. MacKAY & MacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, 803 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1S02. Always open; never closed. 1U8IC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. O. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for tho examinations of the Royal Academy nnr". Royal Collego ot Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th 3t 8outh, Lethbridge. OPEN ALL SUMMER Eater at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects, Office Phone 1318 Residence Phone of Principal 1331 Writo for Full Information, KING EDWARDS' SCHOOL FOR Girls, Cranbrook, B. C. Patron, tho Bishop of Kootenay. Healthy climate, home comforts, full Bchool course. Pupils prepared for University, French taught by Parlslenno. Music, (piano, violin, singing), dancing, bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting. Boys tinder 12 taken. Wrlto for prospectus to Miss Chorrlngton, Headmistress. 160-6 DECORATING WELLINGTON BR08.-The Decorat ora, Paperhangera and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest estabiisbed painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Letfer brldgo, Alta. HELP AN INJURED SOLDIER b? patronizing David W. Brill, expert paperhangor and interior and exterior decorator. Paper hanging a specialty. All kinds of kalsomining, etc. P, O. Box 642, City. WELDING CA8TINQ AND FORGING, WELDED and reinforced. We are equipped to handlo light and heavy welding jobs. 12G6 Second Ave. S. (near ElliBon mills) R. Bossert, P. O. Box 369, LethbrldRo. 161-0 OXV-ACETYLENE WELDING - The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld it. The piece will be strongest whero It is wolded. W. N. Knth, 321 6th Street South, noxt to Herald. DAIRY. PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM All our milk is pasteurized and clarified. Absolutely pure and safe. All bottles and utensils sterilized. CRYSTAL BRAND CREAMBRT BUTTER Buttermilk delivered from milk wagons dally CAItLYLE'S ICE CREAM Puro and wholeuome sold at all the Ice Cream Parlors Phone us 1678. 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