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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 18. 191!^ TKK LKTHRHroGE UAIf.T HKKALU PAGE TTTREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington TAXET"them^NS^WXt Alt^l HAVJKABUE A PUP'S WEN SUCH A tlKlM'T' irs KNONNN met "THAT AWhALS ALWAYS SHOW Af FECnON WARDS BABIES I-^KO ADULTS OF IMFERIAW MENTAL LET'S PPOVE THAT THAT Alh^-ALWAYS CASE? PROFESSIONAL CARDS OENTAU VR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST QRAI> uate of Royal CoUego orOontal'Siu^ � gpoas Toronto and bolder o� a Donh ' iBlon Dental CortKicato. Otflca: rooms G-G Bryan Block. Phono 1071. PR. L. T. ALLEN-DBNT13T. (SUC-9e�Bor to Drs. Courtlce & ailcbrlat). I Graduate at University of Maryland. ' RtiOEEB 8-9 Macdonald Block. PUon* llCSk Lethbrlrtgo, Alia.__ PRS MARR3 AND MARRS-DENT-tots. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. Ol�ice: Hi� Inbotham Block. Phono 374. PR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU-�te North Western Dental UnlTera- ; Ity, Chicago. Oflica pbone 786; re� ld?nco phono 752. OfUcQs. Union Bank Building. _ ll>8-0 VIAVI yiAVI A HOME REMEDY for worn en's dlaoases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request, Mra. O. Thomas, 308 7th Ave. A south. Phone GS4. 113-0 QUNSMITHS eUNSMITHSl& LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels atralghtenod, guns restock-I ad, gun work done by a gunsmitb, j keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, I tyvowrttors, phonographs, any light I machinery repaired, lawn mowers i abarpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian ! Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1038, 4l� 4th Ave. 3. DOCTOR GALBRAITH 914 Third Avenue South Office hours.............. 1-3 \ .............. 7-8 p.ta. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointznont. Telephone 1263 DRS. DeVEBBR, CAMPBELL, ROY & CUAGO. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.: 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone CCS. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LKECII -OniCG, 10� Sherlock Block. Tele-phonos: Ol'llcu 319; RoHulciico o� Dr. Connor, G19; residoiico oC Dr. Leocli, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1,30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Sye, Noso and Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlc* hours 10-12; 2-5; eveafnga by appointment Ptaouen: Ottice 341: Rea Idence 693. DR. P. W. TULLEn, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opyusite S�arland Theatre, rooma i to 4. Office houra: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 8.30 p.m. and 7 to 6.30 p.m. Phonea: Office 780; Reaidance 420, Sth SL S., Phone 1494. DR. J. E. LOVERING, Physicala and Surgeon'. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, S12 Srd Ave. aouth. Houra 11-12, 1-u and ��-�. Telephone day and nig'at lli42. 2�6-l> PIANO TUNINQ DH. R. W LYNN. ROOM 6, RBUTER Block, above 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-rointmeat. Phone; Office 469, Res. 599. fi. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNBB- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; to years' factory experience. Honours CertUlcste M.T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading muaiclans of the city. Phone 116* l2So �ih Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPlTAIi-MRS. VAN Haarlem'a Private Hoapltal and Uaternity Home. 1224 '2th Avenue South. Phone 74C. EDUCATIONAL aARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th 8L South, Lethbrida* Dmr Via eveaing acbooL Bkortliaud, Typewntiug, Uookkooplnk lUkd all Commercial Subjeota. Office Phone 131B ' Raaldenoa Phona or Prinsipat 1531. White for Full Information. WELDING C::Y-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner Ist Avouuo and 10th Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retrendlug our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town cua-torn. Prompt service. Phouo 790. 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanising Shop, R. D. Ritchie. Manager. UNDERTAKING f. 8. FBTTHRLIi. LEADING PUNBR-al director and licensed embaimer, motor or horae driven bearaeaj Farina, opposite Court House. Office piioa-. &(il, rasldenco vbsuo 111*. Open day and night MacKAY ft MacKAY-FUNERAL Dlrectnra and Practical Embc^lmera; office and residence. Motor and borae drawn eijuipmont. 803 3rd Ave. , e. Phone IBOii. Alwaya f>pen. never clO!�od. OECORATINO ' (WELLINGTON BROS.-THB DBO-eratora, Paparbangera and Palntara Kalaomlulng, General Decorating ud Sign WrUlng. Eatimates given. The oldoat established palntora la ' LetUrldga./Ilea. Phone 1472; office , phone VfiZ. Sherlock Uldg,. ^^etli-bridge. Alts. A. MEADS-PiUntlns, Decorating Paper lliingiDB. Phoue 090. 611 �tu Ave. S;; _ ___llll"" ,W. EMWy; ^'AiNTING. t)i!;COitAT. ing. Paper Hanging', Kklsoinintng, etc., Best inaterlala only used for nil V:�?rlt, Estlmotoa willingly given. B36"9th Stre6t S. Phoca 338. HOE REPAIRING SHOD REPAIRlNO-l'hone 1717 for your shoe repalra. Work done aiompMr- Orders called far and delivered, Frank Miles, fill 4tb Ava South. BAKERY XvlRKBY & CO. HIGHCLASS BAK ery, for pastry that you con depend upon being made on home-made principles. Klrliby & Co., COC 'iti Ave, S. Phone 1637. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. I Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall VULCANIZING WIC UNDERTAKM TO REPAIR anything in the rubber line. Any size tiro. I'i-ompln. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old lire bo-tore you see us, it may bo worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Lclh-liridge Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin Sr. Son, 712 '.in\ Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 16G4, 148-0 ____FURS___ \VB ARE SPEGiALlZING In natural settings in Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, new effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, Higinboth-^ am Block. 87-0 BICYCLES CHIROPRACTORS bMlTH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITiJ nud June B. Smlth.-If you are sick and want to regain health. Uk* aplnal adjuatmenta and get weR Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. a., opposite Model Bakery, houra to 5, V to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIb MJSS AILEBN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent of pupila entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, En., laat year were Buocessfui. Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACMBR Of Piano, Harmon/ and Theory. Over ten years' teachins experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, acale ladder, mod-nlaUng board, etc. Studio iri6 6U Ave. A South. EYES TESTED J,M.HEHDERSON  SIGHTSPECiMm DifTicult Cases a Specialty Office Ai Wr.ijlit's Jewellery Store Hours to to iz A.m. - � to S p.III. CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-clos tor sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. E.' McDonald, Gunsmith and LocksrqUh, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDAVARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B; C. Healthy cllmnte, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course, JIusic, Dancing, French taught by ParlBienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington, Principal. 144-104 Tractor Repairs We apeclalize In reborlDR gaa tractor cyllndera, and fitting oversize pistons and ringa. We hove In stock at present oversize pistons for 8,11 popular makes oi; gas tractora. Ford Engmes Rebored NIVEN BROS. 218 1at Ave. 8. Phona 17n WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges 120.00. T. L. Davlos, 1218 5th Ave. A. south, Lothbrlrtge. Phone 1547. 97-0 Ml CLEANING AND OYEINO THB VALBT-BPBC1AL.ISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our prooeaa ellmlnatea danger ot Injury to ga^ menta. Only the highest claaa work tarned out No dyeing. Jmmedlati atentlon ia given t6 country ordert. 114 6th fltreet ^outh. Phone 1811 LOO SAM-Cleaning, Freaaing, Repairing and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. We call tor and deliver gooda. 410 6tli Street South. Phone 634. 2C1-30 LEE WINO, the Tailor. Cleaning, presalng anfl repairing. High claaa work at lowest rrlcea. bellvery tree. Ill 7th 8t S. Phone 1019. 286-24 LEE'DUCK-Has reopened his tailoring, cleaning, pressing and ropalr-liig business. 'Oriental silks. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 402 13tU St, N. Phono 1770. ^ _ 140-0 ELITE TAILORS. CLEANERS, .. LAlSlES' WEArt MADE TO ORDER. Wo are specializing In qleautng pres-Hing and romodolUng. Give us a trial. Work called for and dellvor-od. Sutistiictlon guaranteed. Phoao 4GU. 710 3rd Ave. .South. J7a Dr. A.TiSpankie M.D, C. M. eve, EAk NOSB AND THROAT , SPECIALIST. Office rooma; 121-133 New P. Burns Building, Corner Stb Arm, and 2nd St Eaat Calgavy., Ottice Phone M2848 Residence Phone M20TT Interne &nd Ho^ue BurgeoK Manhattan Bye, Bar. Noaa und Throat Hoapltal, New York City, I911-li>14. Speclallat to Calaary School CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND. LKTMimrDGE BRANCH. ~ THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phono 701. Officd hours' during July and August; 10 a.m.' and 4 p.m.; Saturday .10 ajii, is 1 I'liiL .^68-0 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE  G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME OECORATOQ8 We set! the Empire Ready Trim. med Wall Papera. Office and Shop: Next Ooor to Harald Office. (Rr.f.nlul io '.h.n IIpt-.tIiD ] -lioi'iilo', July 17. 'I'wontv oC the' twonly-lhree returned snitiiers (foin this (liKlrict. togetliiT with ii jVw other invited giiest.s. k;iI down to ii dinner given to the retunied voli'riiiis at tlio IIoloI Fernio hint nit;li( :is llie guests of Mf. W. n. Wil.soii. Mr. Wilson has. npnn iUl occasions, sliowii liis I'ull aii|)i'rri;iti()n ol' the services of lire brave hoys wiio-liave offered their all upon llio aliiir of their country's need. ' and luis. upon nuin-eroiis occasions, liad llie soldiers as liis giiesls. Dr. Boiinoll. M. P.. took tlie head oC the talile :wnl was master oC ceremonies. Tlie toast to.the Uiiig was followed by the toast to onr Silent Comrades, drunk in silence, and then the doctor called upon A. 1. I-'isher, L. A., to propose the toasi "Tlic Army and Navy." -Mr. Fisher spoUe at snme length in proposing the toast, stating among other things, that it was a singular thing lliaL nearly ;ill ilie l)atUes which the Uritish Army liad fought had been fought on the ."oil of foreign countries and for lit" aid ot other countries than Britain. It couUl be said that the British navy tliroughoiit its long history of victories hail never fought against the liberties of any country and had not been a menace to the rights of other peoples. Dr. Bonnell and Lieutenant Claridge replied to tlie toast, flie doctor dwelling at lengtli upon the achievements ot the "Sileai N'avy" during the present great contest. Having been overseas himself, he was in a position to entertain his hearers regarding the actual Gxperiences at the front. Lieutenant Clai-idge. like all ot his com-radoK, had very littje to say as tcj the part he had taken in the fighting, but gave the boys a glimpse ot a few of the humorous happenings as lio liad seen them. Fred ClarUsnu, a Cold Stream Guard veteran who bad won his medal for bravery upon the field, proved to be a very much more silent individual at the dinner llmii ho evidently had been throughout tliat famous retreat from Mons, in which he took his share oi: the punistinient dealt out to those British soldiers by the multiltulinous Huns. The toast to the Press was responded to by tlie local representative and the corresp'bndent of the outside press. Mr. Wilson, in reply to the toast drunk in his honor by the assembled guests, declined to take upon himsQlf all the honor tendered him by them, suyliig that it was greatly due to the expressed wishes of Mrs. Wilson, before she left lor a vacation, owing tfe tiio state of her health, that .she thought the people ot (he town should endeavor to have the returned soldiers feel that tliey were to be remomherori by those for wliom they had suft'orod at the front. He felt it his bounden duty to do all he could to makd the lives of those men as comfortable and pleasant as possible, and it was a groat pleasure to him to be able to extend to them any little courtesy that was within his power to perform. He hoped tliat the people of the town would alwa.vH keep those boys In miml and to aid tbein In every way to overcome the diflicultles with which they may he confronted in their new relation to the lite of the conunimily. Lieutenant Claridge thanlied Mr, Wilson on belialf of his comrades for the pleasure ho had afforded them in bringing them- together in such a pleasant manner. The health of the hostess itnd host Ayas ,lieartiiy drunk and many were tlio'compliinontary words spoken'regarding tlie o.xcellent dinner and tlio einclent manner in which they had boon served. The following returned soldiers wore present and enjoyed the repast and the speuclies ot the evening: Lleutenuiit Charles Claridge, T, Allen, A. Silverwood, P. Dawson, Fred Clni-kson, H. Kennedy, George Cody, D. Rmishave, T. Saunders, H. Join-son, P. Punko, J. Wood, 0, Davidson, M. Mulligan, ,1. D. Gibson, R. WUIIaniB, C. Stephenson, S. McNally, A Greer, and Dr (Bonnell, Two or three other returned soUliors were luvlted, but could not be present.' The Grout War Veterans are holding ii; dance tonight In t'^ie beautitul prlvii'te" grounds ot Mr. A.' B. Trltea," whera'(i6 many enjoyable dances wore hold during the summer'ot 1915, In aid ot the Patriotic Fund. . Stewart, of l''car.-ie vi.siting IvoclicKlcfi-, dnring llie wcel BtabUo .......... 1044 COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS The Hague. .Inly I'i,-Symbolic ot coming events is the fact that General Ludemlorff has given a commlssHin to a Huvariau tonihsiouo concern tor a monument to liis fotnlly to bo set up in the kaiser's memorial cemetery in Berlin, The tombstono will have I wo platjues for his sons, wiio wore killed while serving in the aviation corps. 4> > �. .: .> � � 4 WILLING FOR A \ PEACE CONFERENCE Amsterdam, July 17,~Thn Vorwaerts ot Berlin publishes a ccmmunicntlon addressed to Camllle Iluysma'n of Belgium, secretary of tho Socialist Internationale, by tho party e.xecu-tive of the German Social Democracy, repenting the party's willingness to participate in an International convention in a neutral country. Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St, 8, Lcthbridae, Alberta HAY AND ' Pasture Land For Sale S. DOWNIE & SONS CARSTAIRS 178-12 .AND AVL KIND8;,.0!F , .nriiiCAL WORK. PHOIM fir 713' ird Ave, S 320 Acres for Sale 120 acres In croy, land all fenced. Good buildings, well, full line ot machinery, horses, etc. All for $30.00 per acre. Only 7^ miles to good town. Prjce $30.00 per acre $4,000 Cash Chas. T. Cousins Skiff, Alberta . ' 135-0 HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA. SASKATCHEWAN & ALBERTA $4,364,800.61. 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 as a good reason why you should Insure with British America? Be safe ratler than sorry and apply now by letter or telephone to- W. F. Nelson and Company 41*5 Fifth Street South, Lethbridiie  Albert* THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones; Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN CALLS, LETHBRIOGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR STAMPEDE MEDICINE HAT. Car.s leaving hei'o for stampede. Entiuiro United Taxi Service, oi> Phone. 387. ISiri Hay & Feed f:o.hyde&co. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE WHY NOT spend a day In the country enjoying the fresh air, beautiful scenery, sunshine and flowera. Engago OUR TAXI SERVICE for the trip. Our cars are comfortable, our chauffeurs reliable, 3ur rates reasonable. Estimates glveii on drlvlnK calls. � � UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 Nursing Missiory PURE Tsiii MILK From tubovculosls-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so daily. The mint is free to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to thoao who can. , Ry A HERALD WANT AD Auto Livery COMFORTASLE TOURINtt AND SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL, COURTEOUS , SERVICe J Phones: .\  Day - - - - - 1448 Night - - . . . 78T 9999999999999982054 7491358? 256218 ;