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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY.18, 1914 THE LEfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE To Cure Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises Persons suffering from catarrnal and head noitcu will be glad to know that distressing afflic- tion can be successfully treated at home by an internal medicine that In many instances lias effected a com- plete cure after air else has failed. Sufferers who could scarcely hear a .watch tick have 'had res. tored to such an.extent that the tick of a watch was plainly audible .or olght inches away'from either ear. Therefore, if you know someone who IB troubled with head noises or tatarfh. or.catarrhal deafness, cut out this formula and hand to them and you will'nave been the means ot sav- .poor sufferer perhaps Irora total deafness. The prescription can te prepared at home, and IB made as followi: Secure from your druggist 1 oz. Par- ,Kint (Double Strength) about 75c Worth. 'Take this home, and add to It .K pint of hot water) and 4 oz. of moist granulated sugar; stir tmtil dis- solved.: Take boo tablespoonful four limes a day. The flrst dose promptly ends the Jndst'distraftElhg head nolces, dullness .cloudy while the hear- Sng 'rapidly returns as the system Is invigorated by the tonic action of the treatment. Loss of smell and mucus dropping in the back of the throat are other symptoms that show the (vreseace of catarrhal poison, and which are quickly overcome by this Afflcacious treatment. Nearly ninety per cent or all ear troubles are direct- ly caused by catarrh; therefore, there Are but few people whose hearing can- be restored by this simple home treatment. Every person who is with head noises, catarrhal deafness, .or catarrh In any form give this prescription a trial. fThere is nothlag better. .ordering. Parmlnt al specify that you want Double your druggist has It or he can-get H-for you; Jf not, send 7ac to the International Laboratories, 74 St. Antoine St.. Montreal, P.Q., wild make a specialty of it. advt. Medicine Hat, Alta., July [Alberta Medical association elected ot- licers today as follows: Dr. H. G. Brett, president; Dr. .1 .A. Gunn, Calgary, first .vice-president; Dr. T. H. Whitelaw, Edmonton, sec- ond vice-president; Dr. G. Clark, sec- retary-treasurer. Dr. C. B. Smyth and Dr. F. W. Gershaw, retiring president iiud secretary, respectively, ..both of 'Medicine Hal, were choseii to repre- the association' in the Canadian (Medical association. Banff was chos- en for the next convention. ILL OVER GIRL'S FACE Hands and Arms. Burning and Pain- ful. Suffered Day and Night from Itching. Cured By Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. St. Vcronitiue; Httlo girl Cot rlagworm all over the face, hands, and ftrms. I irif given a son of whito ointmont and like a phial of water to sli with. After eight days of this treatment tho ringworms Instead of heal- 1 Ing became dark red and were spreading, then wcro bwrninR and painful. Tho child suffered day and night from tho great Itching. 1 was Tery disturbed. "One evening I found a. sample of Cuti- cura Soap and Ointment that I bad ro- quested the'year before. So I commenced awaEh.-withthesnmUplBceorCuUcuraSoap, then applying tliA Cuticura Olittmont and it tho end of three days tho child was suf- fering lesi. Then we wrote to soiiio friends f o Montreal to got somo Cuticura Soap and Ointment for us. After flftecn treat- ment the ringworms WLTO crusted over and whitish, then on tho twtmty-nTtu day they wcro all dry and (Signed) Mrs. Mario LcuUe Ktou, May 1913. Wheel you buy a flno toilet soap think of tho advantages CniiciiraSoap possesses over the most eipensfvo toltot soap over mado. 'In addition to being abaolutcly puro and frcshlngly fragrant, it Is dcifcatoly yot oIToc- tiTCly medicated, etviiig you two soaps In ,flne, a tollot and a ekln soap at one price. '.Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment arc 'sold by druRglsts and dualers everywhere. For a liberal free sample of each, with ,T2-p. 'booli, send to 1'ottcr Urug Si Cbcm Corp.. Dept. D, Boston. U. 3. A. Keep it bandy on >our desk DESK WORK EXACTS PENALTIES Liver down. TOM them up with TAKE ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS D Tonic for CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHJJHGt: OF v CHRIST, Bank block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- iig testimony meeting. 8.00 p.m. Tbo reading room is open to every- one every day from three'to five p.m. crj'ono Is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLJC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosentlutl, pastor; Rev. P. Mini- i wegen, assistant Mass 9 j High Mass, -11 a. in. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at.each service, SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, street, as follows: Sunday, It j a.m.. Holiness "riieeUng; 3 p.m., praiie moeting, and 7..30, Salvation, meeting. Week 'nights; Monday, S p.m., public j meeting, led by slaters; Wednesday, j 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday. S p.m., Salvation meeting. Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting.. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Caledonian Ha'll, 7th street south. Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Bible clasn, Sundays at .3 p. in. to commemorate the Lord's antt at 7.80 u. m. "'to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom God." Subject: "The Coming Judgment Storm and the Contemporary by -Air. Sydney-1 T. Batsford. All seats free. No collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH JESOS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O. E. Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A- 10.30 a.m., Sunday, school; 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome.-Hishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 Second A.VC.. S. Phone 1493.. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH--C6rnet 6th 'Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, July 19: No pastor at Taber. Sunday school, S p.m. Wednesday teachers' meeting and re- hearsal. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion CT- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven, o'clock service on the first Sunday o? the month. Evensong 7-30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C. H. Popham, rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist- on the first Sunday c! the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins: 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. ST. CYPRIAN'S Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South. Rev. Canon JleMJHcn, rector. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 piin. Sunday school at 3.p.m. Junior Boys' Bible class and Junior Girls' Bib'e class (fourteen years and upwards) and Adult Bible class the latter in the Parish hall. Holy com- munion on the first and- third Sunday of'the month at 8.30 a.m., and ou the second and fourth Sundays at the 11 o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CKRISTfAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. J. B. PIclrel, pastor. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m. preaching services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The pastor will give a report of the convention in the morning, and will address the Orange- men in the evening. Christian Endea- at 0.30 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST CHURCH-Rev. David Ross, pastor, il aim., Rev. Dr. Spencer of Calgary will yreacb, and at 7.30 the pastor; subject, "The Cross- ing of the Jordan." Sunday school and adult Bible class at close of morn- ing service. FIFTH AVENUE II. Elmer Green, pastor. Morning sub- ject, "Peter With tiie Elders ''and Younger." Or. Spencer of Calgary wll'i have charge of the evening sub- ject. Good singing. Come and enjoy a treat with the doctor again. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p.m. ll "welcome. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services, 11 a.m. r.nd 7.30 p.m. Rev. Principal Keith of Red Deer will preach In the morning and the minister in the .evening. Ev- ening subject, "A Basket of Summer Fruit." Boys' department of tho Sun- day school 'will meet at 10 a.m., all other departments at 12 noon. Chin- ese class at 4 p.m. All services are ihortenetl for the summer months. Strangers and visitors are cordially invited to worship in Knox church. ST. ANDREWS A. C. Bryan, minister. Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Hev. Principal Keith of Red Deer will preach in the evening. Sunday sdiGGl r.t 2 C.15 ?.r.i. All are welcome. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Uev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Service, 11 a.m., when Mr. will bo In charge, and the W.M.S. will have a special programme. In ,the evening, Mrs. Mcllvena w.ill give an account of the Calgary con- venti'ori. Junior congregation in par- sonage at 11.30 a.m. WESLEY CHURCH Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, pastor. Residence, 320 Eleventh street! Phone 10 a.m., Sunday school and adult classes. Rev. Mr. Courttco df Pennsylvania will preach both morning and evening. Special music by choir. BELIEVERS Bnrgmnnn's Hall, 418 Thirteenth troet. North assemble on tho Lord's Day for tho MRS.BEIDEL TELLS WOMEN HowLydia Compound Kept Her in Health for 14 Yean. Shipmntbure. It icvenl yearn ago Ihit I atarUd taking Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegeta- ble Compound. I then terri- bly every month. My husband bought me a. bottle of it and it helped me rlgbt away. Then after my second child was born I had a female trouble very badly and I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound and in a short time was cured and have been in excellent health ainco. I always praise the Compound vhenevor I have an opportunity as I know it helped me and will help others. Lately I have given the Compound .to my daughter and I'wish all suffering women would take it and be convinced of its JAMES A. BElDEt, 113 N. Penri Street, Shippensburg, Pa. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary on file io the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact. If you hare the slightest doubt that Lydia E.l'inklmm's Vegetu- bleCompoundwill help tolydlaE.PInkliamMedicliieCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad- vice. TCoiir letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday. 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS At 'the home ot Mr. Shnmonett, 12fi I'incW the long blue posters announced to the world during the last two months, that' to foe a summer school for tiie study' of' siicli the Missions, Sumluy school work and'social service. we're here and .at it, uiul we pity those who (ranted to come and couldn'A, and those who. do not know cnoMgh about siunmer school.1; to care to come, for we have LI time never to. be forgotten. Hey.. T'. Yoiintj is the ubiquitous president commonU Kmnui as in camp. White, o! I'mchcr, is .doing good service as "Ma." Hev. A. Richard of MacU-uii, is leader in suiging, -CK H. Cobbledick, oi Lsthbridge, speaks (irst eacli nioruing H' is followed bv Professor Thomas of Macleod, July highly satis- factory report on the working and financial state of. the Macleiid Gen- eral Hospital was made at the an- nual meeting on-Tuesday evening last. The' financial statement showed that the expenses, including ior salaries, amounted to while the receipts, including a government grant of SIW2.00 and a town grant 0[ amounted to 58063.02, leav- ing a debit balance -ot {3Gli.ll. As against this there is a further gov- legc, whose subject is Missiona and Methods. Hev. J. Francis gives a series of. addresses on "Winning the and Hev. II. Wright (Presby- oi Pincher Creek, divides la- bor .with Rev. C. Bishop of Bow Isl- and, "study of the social ques- tion. Hev. Mr. Lytle, of I'incher Coi- grant now due to 23-23 "nd a sm" 0[ "4-' from patients, a very large propor- tion of which is .collectable. It also showed that had been re- ceived from patients during the. year. Both Mayor T. .11. Stednmn and Councillor H. Ci. MacDonnell, who were present at the meeting express- Faucett and wife, of Staveh Thos. Hex. J. V. How- ey arid wifeiiof -Coaldale 3Irs. Berg- hiann, of; Fernie Mrs- J. L. White, of Pernie.; F. W. and Sliss Mar-' jorie King, Coaldale; Miss Julia Larum Miss Elrnira Fenner, oi Leth- bridge Miss D! I-. McLaren, of Bow '-Mrs. '.W. Ii: Wilson, of Leth- bridge Henrietta Graham, Vickery, Miss" T." Batcman, Taber Miss B. Carr, Taber Claresholm Miss B. Harrison Miss E. Tray, p, "Matson, Lethbridge; Mrs. J. B.'Tray, Ecthhridge ri.. 15. Stewart, Taber J. C. Anglin, Rct- law ;I. F. Priesley, Macleod L. K. Shruni, .'Coaldale; J. Stenson, Macleod Mrs.' W.' T. Young, Frank .1. Barker, Macleod J. T. Hob- SIMPSON CANADIAN SOCIALIST REPRESENTATIVE July Simp- son of Toronto 'has been chosen as Canadian representative to the Inter- national Socialists'" Congress, which meets next month in Vienna, Austria. Simpson was elected on a vote all over the Dominion. There were other candidates; two from Port Ar-; thur, one from London, and one from British Columbia. GLORIOUS HAIR Always Parisian Sage, Thin or Faded Hair Becomes Abundant and Radiant With Life. Girls and u-oniRn.pE all ases want to be charming, beautiful and attract-. tueir unsight- ly, thin and characterless hair de- half the beauty of a pretty face. If'your hair is not attractive, in fall- ing out, streaky, full of dandruff, too dry, or'if the scalp Itches and burns, doii't Parisian Sage. Apply, with a sponge'or cloth, taking a small' strand of hair at a time. Rub it -roll Into tho scalp. It will go right to the hair roots, nourish them, and stimu- late the hair to grow strong ,ind luxur- iant. Parisian Sage removes liauuniff with one application and cleanses the hair of dirt, dust and excessive ell. It will cool and invigorate the'scalp and make the hair doubly beautiful. Parisian Sage is a scientifically ade preparation that gives the just what is needed to make it soft, fluffy, thick, and gloriously radiant. It is sticky or greasy. Sold in fifty cent bottles only at all drug and toilet counters. Look for the trade Girl' with the Auburn Accept no substi- tute. Delighted users pronounce Parisian Sage tiie best hair tonic. Get a bot- tle trom your dnigglst will return the money if you are not satis- fied. To Discard Freckles, Tan, Pimples, Wi'iukles The use of creams on the face some- times causes hair to grow. You can avoid tlic risk 'of acquiring superflu- ous hair by avoiding cosmetics, and using morcolized wax I'ihere is nothing bettor for any condition of the skin, ns the wax actually absorbs the offensive cuticle. The..latter Is naturally replaced by a clear, smooth, healthy complexion, full ot life aiid expression. It's the sensible way lo discard a freckled, tanned, over-red, blotchy or pimpled skin. Get att ounce of mercolized wax at nny druggist's and apply nightly like cold cream, erasing In the.morning soap an.-! water. It 'takes a week.or no to com- plete t'lie transformation.' The Ideal wrinkle eradlcator is adfi .by tUESOlviiig an ouncu of JJO-A-- deral saxolite In ft -half pint witch hazel. Ilnthing the face, in the tlon "brings almost instantaneous re- sults. er Mines Mines. Eighteenth St., N., (between 1st and (good, Fishhurn SI. Sherwood, Beav- 2nd avenues. Sunday morning at; er Jiines C. Sherwood, Beaver 10.30, Remembering. the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., Gospel meeting: Thursday evening, Sp.rn., Sp'ecial waiting upon God for the baptism of the -Holy Ghost. Come and drink of the water of life freely. "For the Promise is unto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord, our God shairc'ali." CALLIES OF UETHBRIDGE WILL DO BATTLE WITH COLE- MAN mVINCIBLES Coleman, Ypur corres- pondent understands that arrange- ments are now for a foot- ball match, between" the Callies of play- ers, on the day the big Lethbridge excursion comes to Coleman. Should this event be definitely arranged, and at the time of writing Cohere does not seem to be much it, the ex- cursionists .will lie1 treated -to a rare exhibition of this great game, for while the Callies ;have piled up tor themselves an enviable reputation, the Coleman team also has a pretty good historj-. Last year they proved themselves to he almost, invincible, and year was also made at the meeting the following gentlemen being select- ed J. W, McDonald Supt. Starnes, G. McKenzie Judge E. P, HcNeilJ, Hev, A. D. Richard, J. A. Virtue, R. J. Follis, R. O. Mac- Donnell, J. L- Fawcett, G. C. Ives, MayonT. Hi Stedman, Ft. McKay i W.' C, Bryan, K. Footer Brown, board of directors. The question oi the re-appointment of Executive Officer G. C. Ives was strongly opposed by J. A. Virtue, who gave notice of the introduction of a bylaw to obliterate an executive officer and appoint in lieu thereof a managing director at a salary not to exceed a year. This, if carried, will mean a sat- ing to the hospital of approximately S750 a year. In the meantime, Mr. 'Ives will continue his duties on the same, basis as before. During the course oi the meeting J. W. McDonald dealt fully with the important questicei of securing addi- tional government and for the hospi- tal and pointed out that statistics bad been compiled which showed very considerable loss on indigent pa- tienls 'throughout the province, and that it was only right that additional aid should be given.--He further stated Lthat a very active campaign was being conducted by the whole of the hospitals to obtain 'this .additional aid ,and .satisfactory progress .was being made. IVIAKING TOUR TO OBSERVE CON- DITIONS AND NATURAL RESOURCES the season ended were the holders of all trhc silverware that had been up] for.competilion in Macleod, July unusual vis- itor in the person of .Aluja Gawa, a journalist, is at present in Tliis season so far they have trip undertakm lvith' a ,st .1 game, and as they, have previ-j of making obSMTations of lho Letli- lo: onsly locked horn's'with the bridge footballers', a splendid tioh of football is sure to be given next Wednesday if. this event is ar- ranged. CHICKEN! MACLEOD HOSPITAL NURi FREED OF IMPUTATIONS AGAINST HER REPU- TATION Air, is on a Nvaiking .tour, from Vancouver to Toronto, which view coun- Leli- trv aml making a careful study ot tho of Macleod, July complete vin- dication of the charges against niic of the nurses at the Macleod Hospital in connection with the dis- appearance of a cooked chicken made at the monthly meeting of the Hospital Board on Tuesday last, .when (lie Hev. A. D. Richard repnt- ed he had made a thorough investi- gation and the 'nurse absolute- ly free from blame. The charges, which were iradc lo one members of -the Board-by resident, were that a chicken was taken to tire hospital for one of the patients, but that the invalid failou to receive the dainty goods piv-v'd- donor ies as the r.nrse was insoieii! lo him. The investigation, by the Rev, jRichiird disclosed the fact that the chicken in question was received after the .patient had partaken of his supper, but was later given, to him. BIG' WINNIPEG ESTATE Winnipeg, the matter, of the estate of .Mark Fortune, who lost In the Titanic dis- aster, application lvas made In the Surrogate-Court before Judge Meyprs to. pans the accounts and fix the com- pensation the executors, the Standard Trust-Co., This was tho largest estate ever put through, the Sui-rogate U totalled the land to enable him to publish articles on the Dominion on his return to his native land. Mr. Gawa came to Victoria in 1907, and has resided there since then, but'lie was formerly engaged on the stafi of the Nagasaki Press, an English newspaper, and prior to that worked on Kobe. English publications in CALGARY OIL FIELDS Free Market Letter Commercia! quantities of high grade oil in a proven field and tremendous develop- ment under way, makes Calgary the next great for- tune making centre. Bank- ers and business men from all quarters of the world nre sending capital hero, to take advantage of the wonderful opportunities. Wo are not .promoters tied to one proposition, and blind- ed by prejudice, but are free and independent to recom- mend or condemn the var- ious stocks to our best judg- ment. of our large ex- perience, and thorough know- ledge of conditions, our re- commendations are .eagerly Bought after. The Oil Barons of today arc the early investors In the new oil Holds. The oppor- tunity is 'here right now, dur- ing tho development for both'small and large In- vestors. Write today, for map of the district, and our market let- authority on Calgary FREE. HARLAN COMPANY, Herald Bldg., Calgary, Alta. PAIN CONSTANTLY TORTURED HIM Student Became So III, He Was Forced To Leave Berthier; College. Suffered For Two Years Until Cured I By Wonderful "Fruit-a-tives" Tablets. MAGLOIRE PAQUIN, ESQ. St. Boniface de Shawinigaii, Feb. 3rd. 1914. "It is a pleasure to me to inform you that after having suffered from Chronic Constipation for 1% years, I have been cured by the use of While I was a student at BerUiier College, I became so ill that I WM forced to leave College. Severe pains across the intestines continually tortured me and it came to a point when I could not stoop down at all. At times, I used to lie for three or four days without a single motion of the bowels, and I became so sick, that my digestion became paralyzed. Some one advised me to take "Fruit-a-Uves" and at once noticed a great improvement. After I taken four or five boxes, I realized that I was completely MAGLOIRE PAQUIN Many famous physicians have stated that fully of the cases of Kidney Trouble, .Pain In The Back, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Appendicitis, Nervous- ness, Headaches, Typhoid Fever, Rheumatism and Neuralgia, are found in people who habitually suffer from. Chronic Constipation. Surely, you must realize the danger of Constipation "Pruit-a-tives" acts directly on the Liver; stimulates this organ to renewed vigor; enables the Liver to! give np sufficient bile to move the bowels and insures the bowels moving regularly and naturally _ every day. "Fruit-a-tivea" will positively cure every case of Constipation, no matter how severe it may be. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by'Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. ONE-FOUR NEWS 'Mrs. George H. Wbitesel and little son Roy have returned from a visit at New Dayton. Rudolf Karins, with, his wife and family, frcm Ferris, and C. Lux oC Kremlin, passed through Onefour this looking-'for -land. They were Jieaded for The where they have friends in the German col- ony. The coaching party from Onefour that took in the Fourth of July cele- bration at Havre, Mont., consisted of Mr. and Mrs, J. E. "WethereK and the children; Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Greeno and children; George H. Whitese! and ArchiG- V.'cthcrcll. They were joined by Mrs. Whitesel and Roy at Havre, and all returned home Thursday after a pleasant trip. Art .interesting find :was made re-. cently.on Alex. Lindsay's township in Section 25. A bed of boulders was; discovered, covering an area of about feet, the stones lying- close togeth- er as though they had been placed to, cover a body, in the usual. m'apner of western Indians. Near one end of the bed, but apart'from it, lay a'single boulder, partially embedded .in the. ground, and with the letter "O" deeply carved oh one side. A careful search was made of the place, but relics "were found. Can. this he a rude atone set to mark the grave ot some departed Ole, or Oscar, of that party of Norsemen the heart of the continent before the time of Columbus? Mr. Lindsay 'has carefully preserved the' stone, and it may he seen at his house. Y-OUR ESTATE WILL BE CONSERVED selecting an Executor it is very difficult to find an individual with the necessary experience, time and ability. Appoint a Trust Company as Executor 6f your will. Long experience has made us careiui arid conservative iiivesiorts; m our hands yoiir- estate receive the careful attention of experienced loss through speculation, but a business-like, efficient administration. Write for our booklet on "Wills." The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNicol Inspector Complete stock of Ford Part? and Accessories always on hand Large storage accommoda- tion. Prompt and up-to-date scr- viee night and day. Expert workmen ,BROS. TI32 3rd Avenue Lethbridge II I ;