Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
X'^mmAY. 'T.'LY ITi, WIS T��! LKTHBRIDGF r�An"T HF.RALB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREE By Wellington AH'*- UNTIL^OU CORRECT \OUR, , THE "mtQ ARE- OUST Le/ftRNW Uto of Royal College of^Dentai Su^ ' ceons Toronto and holder ol a Dom-' iclon Dental Certllicato. OHlce: rooms 5-0 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. pr. L. T. ALLEN-UENTIST. (SUC-'CiBor to On. Courtics & OUcbrlst). ' OradUBte ot Unlvor�lty ot Maryland. ' RooKi 8-9 Macdonald Block. Ftiooe LethbrSdge, Alta. . pus. 1IARR3 AND MARKS-DENT-lata. Bucceiaora to Ora. Stewart and McClure. Houra � to 6. Otaca: Hlg- tnbotham Block. Phone S74. pit. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU-ate North Western Ucntal Unlver� Ity, Chicago. OXIlce phone 78S: r�� Uonco phone 7&2, OtUcea. Unloa Bank Building. 1^8-0 VIAVI yiAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's (llBeasos and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Lltoratura on request, Mrs. O. Thomas, 308 7th Ave. A south. Phono 584. 119-0 GUNSMITHS fiUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restock-d, gun vrork done by a gunsmith, I keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, ; typewriters, phonographs, Jiny light [ machinery repaired, lawn mowera , abarpened. D. B. Macdonald, -Indlaa ' Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032, ill 4th Ave. S. DOCTOR GALBRAITH 914 Third Avenue South Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. T-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DHS. DeVEBEK, CAMPBELL. ROY & CRAGG. Oiflce Uuyal Bank Building. Office houra: J..30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 505. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlock Black. Tele-pUohes: Office 319; Residence of Dr. Connor, G19; residence ot Dr. Leech, 1007. Office houra: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, iSye, Note and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Oi'tlca hours 10-12; 2-6; evonfngi by appointment Pbonaa: Oltica 341; Ra� Idence 693. DR. P. W. TULLEU, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. OUice Sheppard Block oppustto C�arUnd Ttaeatrt, rooms i to 4. Olflco houn: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 8.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Fhonea: Oltica 780; Raaldanca 420, 8th SL S., Phone 1494. NEW APPOINTMENT. Willi tli(! .\mericnn Army In France, .Inly H.-(ny tlie Associ.ited I'ross.) -Major General William C. I.aiiBfitt has been apiioliUsd chiof engiiieor of the American Expeditionary Forces. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND'SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. �iOS 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall CAN. e GROSS TO VULCANIZING DR. J. E. LOVERING, Physicala and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Olfice and residence, 812 8rd Ave. south. Uoura 11-12, l-j. and V-S. Telephone day and night 1^42. 296-0 PIANO TUNINQ DR. R. W LYNN, ROOM 6, REUTER , Block, bbove Consumer'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-poiaUsent. Plioae; omca 4&9. Res. 1)99. a. H. CRIPPB. EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; to yeara' factory experlenca. Hour i oura CertUicate M.T. Aaan.. London. , England. References to tbe leadl&g nuslclana of tha city. I'hoaa ll8i 12&3 Sth Ave. A. South. PRIVATE. HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Uaarlanx'a PrlTRta Hoapltal and Maternity Home. )224-.7tb Avaaua South. Phone 746. EDUCATIONAL 6ARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQK 411 8th 8L South, Lathbrldaa Dmj B3d eTwlng aobooL Pkortband, Typewriuug, Bookkaeplng, and all Commercial Sublecta, ; Offica Phona 181ft flaaldence Phona or Principal 1631. . White (or Full Information. WELDING C?rY-ACBTYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner lat Avimuo and 10th Street VULCANIZING ]UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our apocialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt sorvlce. Phono 790. 208 13th St south. City Vulcanizing Shop. r. O. Ritchie. Manager. UNDERTAKING f. 8. FBTTERLI. LEADING FUNGR-al director and Ucensed embalmar, motor or horia driven hoaraea. Par Ian, oppoalta Court Uouaa. OlXloa Shone 661, resldenoa ptaoaa Open' day ai^d night HacKAY & MacKAY-VUNERAL Pireotora and Practical Embalmera: office and residence. Motor and bona drawn equlpmeDt 803 3rd Ave. fi. Phone 1802,. Aiwaya open, never �lo;ied. __DtCORATINO_ ,'WHLLINOTON BROS.-THE DEO bratora, Paperhangera and Patnten Kalaomlalng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Eatlmatea given. The oldeit eatabliahad polntera In . i;etlilirldga.^ReB. Phona 1472; office pbohe'lVSl Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge. Altn.___ '_ a. MEADS-Painting, "Decorating and P�per Hanging, Phone 090.' 611 StliAve. 6...; , 117-0 ,W.I EMEAy. PAINTING. OmOllAt. ing,\ Paper Hanging,- Kalsiyulnlng, etc. 'B^it miiterlali only used for nil vbrK. ^atlRiatea willingly givea B86 9th' atreist S. Pboce 338. I SHOE REPAIRING BHpK rMpaIRI^G-Phone 1717 for y,P!�r abp* repaira. Work done Mfomptly. Ordera called tar and d�>' livered. Frank Mllea. 611 4Ui Ave South. JAKERV KIRKBY &,C0, HIGII-CLASS BAK-ory, for pastry that you can depend i upon being made on homo-made , principles. Kirkby & Co., COG 3ri^ ! Ave. S. Phone 1G27. CHIROPRACTORS SJMITH ie SMITH-HYRUM SMITH nud June B. Smith.-If you aro sick and want to regain health, uke spinal adjustments and get weU. Office in residence, 803 7th Ave. S., apposite Model Bakery, hours l�.3tt to 6. � to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIb MISS AILEBN M. JONES-PlanoforU Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent of pupils enter.ed for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London.'En., hiat year were auucesatuL .Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. li. JOHNSt>N-TBACftBB ot Piano, Harmon/ and Theory. Over ten years' teacblns experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, acale ladder, mod-ulaUng board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. J. M. HENDEflSON-SIGHT SPECIALIST pifficutt Cases a Specialty'.; ORrco .It Wricjiils Jewellery Store WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges ?20.00. T, L, Davles, 1218 5th Ave. A. south, VvnthbridKe. Phone 1547. 97-0 CLEANING AND OYEINQ THE . VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to gar nienta. Only the highest cl&aa ivorli larned oat No dyeing. Immediate �tentlnn la given to country ordorA SS4 6th Street South. Phone 1811. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Re-- pairing and alterations well done at reasonable .prices. We call for and deliver gooda. 410 (th Street South. Phone 634. 261-SO L.EB WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing, High olaii work at lowest rricea. Ueitvery free. Ill 7tb 8t 8. Phone 1019. 288-14 LBB DUCK-Has reopened his tailoring, cleaning, pressine: and repairing business. Oriental silks. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery, free. 402 13th St. N. Phono 1770. 140-0 ELITE TAILORS, CLEANERS. LADIES' WEAR MADE TO O.RDBR, We are speciuUzlnK In cleaning Pres-Hiug ttiul roniodelling. QiVro us a trial. Work culled for and dollver-� ed. Satisfactioti guaranteed, Pho.ie 40(i. -710 3rd Ave, South, 172 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND. LETHBRIDGB BRANCH. - THIRD -Floor Pqat Office, Iliilldlug. Phone 791. Oftlco hours during J.uly and August: 10 a,m; and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a,m, to 1 p,iu. 1C8-0 WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR anything in the rubber lino. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. Wo aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire bo-tore you see us, it may be worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Leth-brldga Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3nl Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone HJG4. 148-0 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, Hlginboth-am Block. 87-0 BlCVCtES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. All makes or bicycles repaired. A large stock ot accessories on hand. D. B. McDonald,. Gunsmith and Locksmith. 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable homo, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course, Music. Dancing, French taught by Parlalenne. Boya under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-104 The Canadian lii-il Cross Society has again receivril iiii ui-kimiI miuest from the Londnn ("ommiuce of the I'^rencli Red Cruf^s to iali(> part In an Empire-wide api "al for Iht; sic;U and wounded soldii.'is of Die French nation and for llic Friiuch pil.soncrs of war. The society, afttu- due considera-tion, have approved or siitli ,stepH being taken by Itf? various branches tliToiigliout the Doniinioii a.s may be thought most ailvisaljle for the purpose of raising liimis for Fiance's Day, ,luly 14th. .Monies raiseil will bo transmitted through tin; Canadian Red Cross Society as Canaila's contribution to the British Knipiro Fund for the sick and wounded soldiers of IJrance. Alberta to Send $25,000. Tho Alberta I'nivinrial Branch has decided,to make a grant of $25,000 to "France's Day" iiinil, as a contribution from the peoiili,' of .Mborta to this world-wide ajiiiral on behalf ot thp sick arid woiindtil of our gallant ally. Tills sum will lie made up from the general funds of tin; society ami from such special contribiitiona as aro received for tin- luirpoHO. Special Contributions Acceptable. It Is felt thiit at this time it is unwise to laimcli any special effort, throughout tlic province in coiiuec-llon with "l-'riiMce's Day" fund, but persona wishing to make special contributions, are retiuested to forward money throiiKli the nearest local branch of ilin Red Cross, ami it is in anticipation of a general response to the needs of France that the Alberta Red Cross has pledged itaolt lo the above meniioncd gift. ,Wheii wo consider tho sacrifices that our gallant allies have been culled upon lo make and the magniludc of their needs, a generous response from the people of Canada should bo the universal answer to this appeal. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.0, C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooma, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avik and 2nd St East Calgary. , , Oftlco Phona M2848 ' Residence Phone M2071 Interne &nd Ho,i.Ba Burgeoa Slanhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hoapltal, Now York City, 1811-1^14. Speolallat to Calgary eehool Board rOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting G. T. Drinkall & Soni THE HOME DECORATORS We se!) the Empire Ready Trim. med Wall Papera. Office and Shop: Next Ooar te Herald Office. Tractor Repairs Wa ipeelallia In reborlBg gaa uaetor cyllndera, and (ItUag oversize plstona and ringa. We have In atock at preieat overaize pistona tor all popular u�ke� of gaa traotora. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 218 let Ave. Phona itm worn Fling by Mr.^. RolmrK-i and Mr^. Wood, also liy (io.o. .Mcintosh and Kr-nusl .Martin. .Mr. Martin esiierially HCemeii lo be foil of rousing palrio-tic songs anil rendered them readily for the pleasure of the crowd. Uev. ! i Golding was present and gave a talk j on tho subject of true and false pat! rioti.siii. In his ronuirlis lie Hald, thai | the basis of national life was right-eoiisness. and tlial there was no other. The Bible derinllion of true citizenship was rightooiisness. Sandwiches, cake and coffee were served for re-freshmenta. Heforo departing everyone Joined hands and sang "Hlost Be the Tie that Binds," Broke Her Leg. On Tuesday aflprnoon the little eight-year-old daughter ot Mr. and -Mrs. .lenseu of Pendant ilOriPlle had the mlsfoi'liino lo hreali her leg at the knee iy being niii over !iy a wafi-on as lier father was starting out of thoyard. She accidentally got caught under-1 he wheel. She was at onco put into a car and taken to Glassford. IJr. Harllett set the bono, after whii'h the little girl under the care ot her mother and -Mr. Hrown rciiirnod home. The Fourth of July here was very quiet Wo know of but one man who celebrated. That was Frank \V1-they. We understand that he had the Stars and Stripes flying all day. Congratulations, Frank. .Mr. Gideon Cronldiiie lefl Wednesday morning for l^i'thhridge on business. .Mr, Barby and Mr. Fred Ooodner left here .Monday in an auto for Medicine Hat. loaded witli dressed beef, the propoi'ly of the latter. Rev. and .Master Ivanlioe and Ralph Colding made an auto trip to .Medicine Mat and back Saturday. The Barby school had a very enjoyable picnic Friday. The Orion school Joined with thorn which helped to make it a success. FAREILLTO . , (From Our Own Correspondent) Pakowki, .Inly 13,-A farewell reception was Riven In the home ot Mr, Frank Weeks of Glassford on Tuesday evening. .A.bout Tii people were present and said goodbye to Win, Bennett who loft Wednesday morning for Calgary whore he expects lo Join the ranks ami prepare to do his bit in Franco tor his country, A very enjoyable time was spent. Flrei on the program was a baseball game. Then followed various other sports for young and old. Music was furnished by .Miss .Martha Weeks Mrs. A. Freed and Mrs, Wood, Songs | .-\t a meeting of the B.C. provincial executive it was decided that tho province forthwith will assume the proprietorship of some .'illi Lov.'n lots and ;;ome T.nCKl acres of land owned by the P.U-i;, Development Company, situated in various sections traversed hy the line already constructed and contemplated. This action means that the property ot the development company is now added to that ot the railway company and the P.G,E. Equip monl Company. Dr. i'^dward A. Rumely, vico president and treasurer of the Mail and K.vpross company, publishers of the New York Evening Mail, was arrested In the office ot .-Vttorney General Lewis, charged with perjury in a re-porl to a .Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian. The complaint against Ur. Rumely charges that in making a report to the alien property custodian regarding the transaction ho tailed to disclose his relation with Count von Bernstorff, German ambassador to, tho United States, and Or, ilein-rich F. Albert, commercial attache ot tho German embassy. The attorney-general charged that Rumely purchased the atock of the Mall and Express Company in June, llll.i, from Henry L. Stoddard, and that in doing so he acted in behalf of tho imperial German govornmont. Gypso Fibre Wall Boar FOR INTERIOR WALLS AND CEILINGS "RESISTINd" Wall bqKrd. J^EHMANENC SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR AND STAMPEDE, JULY 22-27 SOLD BY ALL RELIABLE DEALERS IN BUILDERS' SUPPLIES ; MANUFACTURED BY Manitoba Gypsum Coe, Limited V' .r- WINNIPEG, MAN. ISI NOT FORGE BRITISH SAILORS Have Helped Hig American Army To Get To The Front Paris. July \h.- (Ily Reuter's I.lm-Ited)-Cnder the captlun "Let \is never forget the British sailors." the Paris Midi says; "Let us acclaim the American soldiers, bill never forget the rirltisli sailors without wlioiii Germany would continue to utter snrcastlc^ remarks oil the vain menntte ami fruilless effort of America, She already knows, and will know better tomorrow, all that this menace means. "The day when' the American army gains the big success lo which we are looking forward let us pay homage lo the British sailor.^, those unseen and silent conquerors who are guarding the seas for us." The intrunsigeant, comments on tho enthusiasm with which the jiopulation cheered tiie British soldiers in yesterday's parade and declares thoy wore the feature of the military review. Fifty British eoldiers will soon be wearing shirts cut by the King. King George and Cjueen Mary recently visited several clothing factories In the Ivondon distrlci where shirls are lie-ing made tor sSoldiers. in one of the plants tho King became interested in the cutting process, mid accepted an invitation to try l)is hand. .\n electric cutter was given him, and within a few seconds .shin lengths on a pile of material fifty thicknesses deep were severed, the flannel then being transferred to other machines, which finisiicd the detail work' of cutting out, ! HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL) INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN & ALBER-. TA $4,364,800.61. HAIL INSURANCE 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 �4O,0OO,O00.OO IN LOSSES. Doesn't this appeal to you as a good reason why you should Insure with British America? Be safe rather than sorry and apply, now by letter or telephone to- W. F. Nelson and Company 41f> Fifth Street South, Lethbrictps Albert* � Every Modern Device to produce better quicker and therefore cheaper work is used In our production of monuments. Wo employ both the trained hands and tho most modern products ot human Ingenuity in our work. So we are prepared to execute the. most elaborate or tho BiiAplest memoritVl, Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R, Needs, Prop. Sth Street 8. BUILD BIG NEW SHIPS AT VANCOUVER Vamotivcr,' B, C. .Tuly l.">,-Montreal interests have placed a contract for tho constrnition of twenty-tour wooden steamers of lindO tons each, with the I.yall Sbiphuihliiig Company ot N'orth ^�an^ouver. Tho work on tho vessels will be rushed with the utmost dispatch. The timber required for tho con-aiructlon of the vessels will be secured from all the mills in the province which are alilo to furnish the sizes and descriptions needed. D RAYING 01 All Kiiuls WesternTransferCo. Limited TfUe-C. P. R. FraloM 4'.i�d� PHONES orric* ........... 1111 Ubiea .......... 10m Freel I Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. 8, Lethfaric'ge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones: Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN'CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR I ^^^^ WHY NOT spend a day in the country enjoying the fresh air, beautiful scenery, sunshine and tlowem. Engage OUR TAXI SERVICE for tho trip. Our cars aro comfortable, our chauffeurs reliable,, our rates reasonable. Estimates given on driving calls. UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 COMFORTABLE T O U R I N'O AND SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL, COURTEOUS SBRVICe Phones:; Day ..... 1448 Night . - ... 787 38797721294719 7 09644?