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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, lOlR THE LRTHBBmr.F. TMH^T HERAT.n PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington >vins' nurse 15 lewinq. Pi^-m, AND 1 JUST DONT KNOW WHAT -rO PO? Its THE TWIRD , NO SIP,HIGHER WACrfeS pONYTtHfTME NONE? rMhUCHToomiCJSTE but; you SAY wve LXJOKIN' AFTEB^My -C^'NS?j-^ I^E FOUND ONE, AfRE/^DY. IN/E (^T A JOB. tOADIN' TRUCKS, POWN AY tH' \ROH FOUNDRY? DENTAL liR." M.7j. .'orHSON-DENTIST GHAV-uiilo o.' Royal College ot Dental Sur-KKOHH Toronto nnd lioldor ot ii Uoni-liiioii Oontal C�rlitlcato. Office: roonia r)-t| Bryan Block. Phou^ 1071. mi. L."'!-: ALLEN-DENTIST. (Successor to DrH. CourtlcQ & GIlcUvlBt). (Jradnato ot UnivorHlty of Mnrylaucl. Jtooma Maodonah) Block. Phone 11G5, LothbrldKu. Albcrla. bus. MAUHS AND MAKRS-DENT-ists. Sutoessnrs (o Dr*. Htuwart and McClnro! Houni !l to 5. Office: IHg-inbolhani Block. Phono 371. dhTtTv'. i-'ox-"bi'iNTisT. ciRAT)\f: ato North WoHluni Dontal Unlver:s-it.y, (Chicago. Office phone 785; res-idonco phono Offices: I'niQn liank HulUlhig, 15S-(I VIAVI � MEDICAL DOCTOR OALRKAITII 911 Third Avenue South Office hourB ...............1-3 p.m ...............7-S p.m. Sunday hours ..............2-;; p.m. And by appointment. Telephone ,1253. VlAVi A HOME'RKMKDY for worn-nn's disoa.'o.'j nnd nervous disorders. SucccBsrul fo'.' 25 years. Literature on ronuos'.r Mru. O. Tliomas, ;!08 7Ui Ayu^ A Houtl). Phono_5^4.__110-0 GUN5MITHS OUNSMITilS a LOCKSMITHS-Qun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun v.ork done by a eunsmlth, keys niadu, loclts repaired, bicycles, typowrltera, iihonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened, D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle ARont. Phono 1033. -li;! 4th Ave. S. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT, TUNER- �20 years' factof-y pxporlenoS, Hon-Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; ours Cortiricato M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leaditig musicians of the city. Phono 116S 1253 Gth Ave. A. South. PRIVATE-HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Piivato Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1224 7tU Avenue South. Phone 7-lC, DRS. Do\7eBBR, CAMPBELL, ROY & CRAGG. Office Uoyal Bank Building. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30 S.IIO p.m. Phone .lOH. ._ DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Slicrlock Block. Tele phones: Of lice ,'Jl!t; Residence ot Dr. Connor, lilO; residence of Dr Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 _r\.ui.: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. D rr'T AAX"oTr^-A rTIO Y I'f ~N Ol^ K^ft Throat; 115 Sherlock Uldg. Office hours 10-12: 2-a; evenings by appointment. Phones: office illl; res-Idejic^ 5!)3. DR. 1'. \V." TULL'ER-PiiTS^lCIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Slarland Theatre, rooms ii to 1. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phonos: Office 780: residence �120 .StU St. S.^Phone 149'1._ dr; J.' E.' LOVERING-PHYSICIAN Office and residence. 812 3rd Ave. S. Hours 11-12. 1-3 nnd 7-9. Telephone dayand nlKht_12j2.___ 296-0 Dlt.'R. W. LYNN-ROOSi 0, ItEUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours, 11-12 a:ni., 1.30-4,30 and 7-S p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phones: Office 459; Residence 599. GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL- AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, , Cranlirook, B. C. Healthy climate, comforlablo home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course,' Music, Dancing, French taught by Parisicnne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Chor-rlngton, Principal. 144-10 1 VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing in the rubber line. Any size tire. P,-omptnoss and quality guaranteed. W3 aim to plouse. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tiro before you sco us, it may !)e worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Lcfli-bridge Vulcnnizing Works, E. (Chaplin &" Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Rank. Phono l(i�4. 14S-0 HERBALIST HERBALIST-tO"THE STCK-Before giving up hope try Rae's Herbal Compounds prepared from the best known herbs, roots and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. .John Rae, Herbalist, 635 13th St. N.  188-0 _CHIROPRACTORS__ SMITH & SMI'TH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-K you are sick .and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC EDUCATIONAL GARBUTt BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyopwriting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjocte. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phono of Principal 1531. , Write for Full Information. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N, KuUi, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. __, VULCANIZING__ UP-T'O-DATB TIRE RBPAIRINO AND rotroading pur spoolalty. Express jKiid oiie way on out of town custom. .Prompt B�rvlc}work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 402 13th  Street North. Phone 1770. * 140-0 ELITE TAILORar CLEANERS LADIES' WEAR MA5E TO ORDER- Wo are apeclallzjhg In cleaning, pressing nnd remodelling. Give us. a trial. Work callad for and deliver-i( td. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 466. 710 3rd Aye.^gouth. 173 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D,| CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave, and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2848 Ilosidence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FjUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH "THliSD 1 Floor Post Office Building, Phone 701. Offlco hours during July and t, August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, 168-0 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons ' THE HOME DECORATORS W� cell the Empire Reidy TrInv med Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Offlca. WATER LOCATOR" WATER LOdATiSD-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Ave. A. South., Lethbridge. Phono 1547. 97 0 GETTING READY BIG AREA FOK NEXT YEARJRENTHAM Cl'rom Our Qwn fnri-r:-Dnnf'iont> Wrontham, Jul.v :;2.-~('ro)) conditions In our district ;ire very unfavorable. Some thiulc Miere will 1)0 a small yield on aoni" o( ihr very best summer tallow, liiii iis h w1\o1(^ the crops will not even nuike feed. Mr. Grant, who pnrelui'-;.'!! llie Ko.'isler farm last sprinR. is luiininK throe gangs, iilowing up everyUiiui; us last as he can get to it. .Several iiltiers are following what woulil appear to bi; the same wise couive in i)reparing for next year. Better lo take one loss than two. Feed Situation. The feed 'situation i.s liociming rather a seriou.i problem and a groat number are disposiiif; of tlieir stock. N. L. Eliason, John V'eilor. Ilolniau and Hartley have suld ilielr e.itire � bunches while otheiv making arrangements to go norlli and put uj) hay and ship down. The people in our (li.slrii;t are certainly, grateful.-to the C.P.H. and the Government for tlui action they have taken In this matter, .\lbert Green sliipped 27 ears of sheep to Coleman on Wednesday for summer range. Jolm L. Henninger expects to ship his entire bunch north to Edfnontoii-for several months, as does also C. D.- Patorsen. . F. L. Joncrt and A. J. Johnson wont north last week and located some hay. about 35 miles north of Edmonton. They will ship tip a haying outfit this weel;. They report that liur;-dreds ot men were looking for the saihe thing tliey -ivere. A great deal 'of Interest is being taken in the decision ot the supreme court of the .Norman Lewis case, as several writs of habeus corpus have been apiilied lor by boys from this neighborhood. We might say a certain amount of interest has lieen taken in recent actions of the Dominion Police under the military service acts. A couple of our citizens might be able lo report as scandalous an outrage as the ono staged at Coalhurst last week. No one can find any fault with the act itself, but the spirit of the law rather than (lie letter  of the law should bo taken into consideration. A. M. Steed has been buying considerable stock in our district the past tew weeks. Mr. Dollarhido has just completed a-fine new house for Jlr. Paul, north of town.  The Ba'.vlf Elevator have completed a new coal slied, which is expected to be filled by August 15th, and people will be able to lay in their winter's supply of coal. A number of our people are taking in the Lethbridge stampede this week. -Everyone is asking what is being done re our new consolidated school. The only answer is that five men on the Utilities Hoard at Edmonton received the decision of 104 ratepayers In our district and . told us wo couldn't Kpend $17,ono for a school building, .^s a result perliajis several thousand dollars will be iiracHeally I llirown away providing teinpnrary ae-! coiiimodalioMS fur tile variou.'j outly-1 ing districts. BOW ISLAND (From tii(! Review.) \\'o staled in our items last week that Miss Cora 'i'hompsoii. youngest daughter of .S. J. Patterson, lind returned to her home in Canada. Since tlien her McHenry friendiH have been surprised lo learn lliat tliere was a very pretty little romances connec-ted wltii .Miss Thompson's sudden departure. II seems tliat she received word from her soldier lover that he was to he called to the front immediately and asking her lo return at once. This Miss Tliompson did on .lune VMh. Her friend, Mr. (loriloii Evans, met her al Medicine Hat on l^'riday, .lune 11. with a license in his pocket and all preparations made for an immediate marriage. That Miss Thompson must liave anticipated sotnetliing oV this kind wo judge from the fact that her travelling bag contained a dream of a creation in wliite satin and georgette crepe, with accessories to matcli. After tlie wedding at the lionie of a near-by clergyman. Mr. and .Mrs. Evans aiitoed to How Island to receive tlie' congratulations of their respective families. To add to the romance tlie wedding took place on Flag Day, so we predict a sate return from "over there" for the bridegroom.-McHenry Herald. .\t 'he Orangemen's picnic held at Jo:-i. Mitchell's farm on .luly 12th there were about 2(Mi people jirescnt. This Included a contingent of about litty �from Medicine Hat. Other jilaces re-�pVesented were Lethbridge. Warner, '.Xemiskam and Burdett. Over 2,', ears were utilized to lake the celebrants to ilie picnic grounds, .^fter lunch had been partaken of under the shade trees fiomo excellent addresses were delivered by Sir Knightn Coursoy, Gordon and LeDrew of Medicine Hat, yiv. Hutton, D.M., of Lethbridge, A. V. V.'erls and P. Pollltt of Uow Island and others. The affair was one of the most successful picnics of its kind held in Southern Alberta and the brethren from outside points were distinctly pleased witli their reception and the pleasant time afforded. GARMANGAY discussing the matter - fillly to post-j)one the fair which was announced lo be hold on AugUHt .11 li and (Uli. This action was lal;eu owing to the dry weather, it being felt that there could bo very few roots and vegetables and little if .(uiy grains and grasses to e.xliibll. However if conditions warrant it tlie fair will lie held a little later on, say in the month of September, Someone entered the O.K. restaurant on Tuesday night and got away with a nice haul. The robber evidently knew that the proiiriotor. a Chinaman, had the money on iiis person, and he also was familiar with the layout of tlie building, as he walked up thi! stairs straight to the room occupied by tho proprietor, forced oiien the door and grabbed his trousers containing $',iiu and made Ills get-away. (ieo. Baldwin has hail two of his horses killed by the CP.R. trains during tlie jiast two "weeks, one north of town and the other (-otitli. BICYCI.E8 CLEVELAND AND^ INDIAN BICY-clos I'or sale. All, makes of bicycles repaired. A large' stock of accessor-lea on hand, D, E, MoDbnahl, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 413 4lh Ave. South, Phono 1032. , C2-0 Nursing Mission pure'fresh milk From tuberculosis-tested cows -Anyone requiring " such milk tor babies may do do dally. "The milk is frise to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to those who can. (From the Sun.) Crop conditions are much the same as at this time last week, there being no improvement to report. The weather has been extremely hot, the thermometer registering between 95 and 100 in the shade every day. This extreme warm weather with no rain has practically put the finishing touches on all grain that was put in on stubble land or in fall and spring plowing. However the grain on sum-merfallow and new breaking is standing up wonderfully well and will produce some crop. As to the yield ito once can even venture a guess, as it is not known how well it will till. The root crop is also suffering and will not amount to much unless we get a good rain in tho near future. Potatoes are looking good but will not yield heavy without moisture. At a meeting of the directors ot the Carmnngoy agricultural society lield on Saturday last It was decided after Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $.30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on i rri gated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature froin KLUN CAMERON, Gifl'ISipt C.P.R.lii