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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ JUNE /1918 THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILT HRn\I.n THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Gets the Exe?tise, All Right. PAGE THREE By Wellington TO-rftkE UP CJOLR pftv ^^>u T PROFESSIONAL CARDS _dmntau_- PR. M. J. GIBSON-DBNTtST aitJU� Mte ot RO]r�l College ortMtttal Stt^ g�ons Toronto and holder at  Doi� tcAoa Dtatal Certllloat*. Otfici: room* B-6 Bryan Block. Phons 107L ceiior to On. Oourtioo A OUelirlatl. Graduate ot VnlvwaUr �1 MarylauL Boona 8-9 Ma�do'bi\td Block. PilaM US6v Lutiibi'ldg*. Xltk. Uts. Sacceiaora to Dra. Bt�w�rt and UcOIure. Houn 9 to S. OfOoo: IU� �nbotha;a Bloolt. ghone S7i. _ member ot Royal CoUece ol Sor �eong. OSa%.) Ltcentlato Ror*) Col-iece ot ir'hyalQlans (Lipndon) L..D.S, 1900. Houra nZ; 1-6. Ofltc* M Ul� Inbotham Block. Phoae ItXjt,_ Juit. T. W. l-'OX-UJiiNTlST^ aKAJO-ata North Waatorn Cental Unlyera-Itr, Chicago. Otflca phone 7Se,' r�� idonco phona 7k2. OMlcea: Union Bank Building._l!i8-0 VIAVI "^'lA-VI A HOME nBMSDY for women's ( and nervous dlBordera. Successful for 25 years. Literature on raquest, Mrs. O. Thomas, 30S 7th Ave. A south. Plione 584. 113-0 MIOIOAk OOCTOR OALBRAITH n� Tblrd AVMtt* Sotttb Ottle* taoora.............. l-*3 p.m. 7-8 p.m. Sundaya ............. 2-* V-^- And by appolntneBt TelapboB* 1253 OflS. DeVtiiilR, ckWfSSSCiL, ROY ft CRAOO. Otflc* Bnft Aftftk Bultd-tn|. Otftof houn-^Llo4 p.ln.; 7.30-.30 pja. Bhpna URS. CCNMOR. Mc:liT * JAM1� �on-^^OMlc*, ig� BUffloel Wbz%. Te)evhon�a: Offi�W^ �6: AMManoa 019. Ofaic* bsura: li to U mi.: _U0 to 7 to I p.m. tSk TAYLOH-Bar, ieya, lAa* and Throat; IIG Sbarioek Bldf. OJtlca Kittra l�r4a: �-C; crfiBfaia kf a� PfintmMt Miobm: Ottic* lU; Ra� �me - UH. U. V/. UMiiCH, M.D., CM., Pliysl-clan and flnrgeon. Oftloc, Sherlock Block, JUethbrldse. Phone 889. Real-dence 6S0 11th fiit. S. Fhohe 1007. OCNce houri>: 11 to 1".15; 1.30 lo 8.6ft; 7 to jl; Sundaya: 1.30 to 3.0Q. PIANO TUNING (B. H. CH1PP8. BXPBRT TUNBK- Flayer-Piaao and Orgaa Repairer; SO years' factory experience, Hon-; ours CartUioate M.T. Assn.. London. Kngtand. Keferencee to the leading musiclana ot the city. Phone ll�a 12u3 �th Ave. A. South. Pf.lVATK riO�PITAL� FrIvaTB hOgPlTALr-MUa, van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1824 7th Avenue � South. Phone 746. S 6DUCAT10NAU QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEOB All Sth 8t. South, Lathbrldse Day and.evening aohooL Bhorthnnd, 'fypewnttuB, Bookkeeping, and all Oommeroial Bubjecta. ' Office Phons 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1831. Wblte (or Pull Intormatlon. welding c::y-acbtylf4Nb welding - w. N. Kutb, corn^rlat Avonue and 10th Street, VULCANIZING UP "TO DATE TIRE HEPAIRINQ and retreading our apecfalty. Express paid one way on out of town cue-torn. Prompt Borvlco.,''Phono 790. 208 13th St; south. City Vulcanizing Bliop. R. O. Rltchio, Manager. bh. R. w LYKN, Rooitt o; BtnJTBR Bloek, hbove Oonsumer's Hardware. Office houra 11-18 a;m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.80-3.80 and by ap-pointtneut. Phoae; Office 469, Aea. 691* __chiropkactor3 bun-H m bMl'i'H-HlfHUM UMtm and June B. Omlth.-If you are alek and want to regain health, take aplaal adJuetmenU and get well Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, houra 8.S* to 6. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. _iiiugig___ MibaAiLeuiiN M. JONCS-'l'ianetoru Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent, ot pupUe eitered for the ex-natnatlona ot the Royal Aeademy and Royal Colleia. of Mualo. Lon �PB. Ba. lait year were .anddeasfnl itttdio. UHElUL Oireotnra and -Practical Bmbslmin; office and ;eild�lnce. Motor \ and drawn'eiiillpmenL 803 3rd Ave. H. Phone 1.80>.>;Always open, never clewed. � j, OECOWATINO_ VrBLiLINGTO:^ BROS.-THB UflO-oraton, Paperhangera and Painteve KalsomlnlnB. General Decorating and Sign Writing, Estimates given. The oldest established painters in , Lethbrldge. Rea. Phona 1473; office phone l'i33. Sherlock Bldg.. Leth-bridge, Alta. ^___ A. MEADS-Pttlntiug, DecoratinrinS I�apor Hanging. Phone 690, 611 Sth Ave. S. 117-0 (VV. liJAltlKY, PAI.NTING. iJiflCOHA'r. iDK, Paper Hanging, Kalsomlning, etc. Best materials only used tor all ' v.-ork. Bstlmates willingly given. 836 9th Street)S. Phuce 338, FXImUNO ANUiPAPEHHANaiNU-Wa are do all kinds ot pafating troth outvlde work to tinest decorating. We speciallie on country BcbSnl and, churches. Low^Bt estimates. liArgost stock of wall ^aptr in city. Watch tor yellow automobile. W.R, Brown. 313 6lb Ave, A. St. Phono 7;'Q. In Lethbridg* 20 *8�W BUILDING : REPAlne AND ALTER. __ATION8 HKNRY HALLWefifHTbuilrter kiid contractor, 1223 5th Ave. A. south' Special attention given to building repairs And Alterations. B^Umates free. Phone 1488, -138-26 in NATIONAL TmB PltLliU USE NATIONAI. TIRE FILLER your casings nndviave time and expense. Used end reeommended by Crystal' Dairy hX4., Hudson's Bay Co., U. J. Tiohner ft Co. It ends all the trouble 100 per cent. Lethbrldge Motors Ltd., 11th &t S. 133-26 WATIR LOCATOR WAtBft LoeA'fw>-t Cam i:6ftA'iw water for you. Charges 120.00. T. L. Davles, IMS Sth Ave. A. south, Lethbrldge. Phone 1847. 87-H9 CLKANINtt AND OVKINO . rrenek Dry CHw1ii> Our proeau Umlutea 4ai�ir o( aalkfr to gw-�Bto. OBlr tto MbMm oliiu erbrk tunM� ooi No \4y8tai. iRmMttatt atentlon it glvfB^to eeantry orderg. 8S4 Ith fltraet l^ov|th. Ph6no 1811 LdO �AM-dleMfing, ^�aMiai,~g� pairing and altoratlon* well done at raoeonabie prlooa. W* call (or and deliver goods. 410 8th Itreet South. ' Phone 184.__ �81--ie LBB V/is6, Uio Tailof. flMBing: proMing and repairing. High clati work at lowest rrltoa. Ooltvary tree. n$ 7th it. g. PhoBo 1018. 188-84 LBK DU(iK-Has reopened his tailor^ Ing, cleaning, preSRing and nepalr-Ing business. Oriental Qilks, High cl^ss woric 'lit lowest prices. Delivery tree, i40a 13lh St. N. Phone 1770. ^ ;� 140-0 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELt ,The Same Good Service Phones 1846 and 426 ^hone 1345 PURS WB ARE SPBCIALIZINA In natural setttpgs m coyote. Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, new effects. Haw furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, Hlglnbdth-am Block. 8T-0 JEN KILLED IN A BOILER EXPLOSION Saiilt .Ste. Mario, Mich., .Tune 3,- Authorities here today arc trying to obtain definite information concerning a boiler explosion in the plant of the Bartlett Lumber company at Shell-drake, in an Isolated part of Chippewa county. One report received late yesterday said the explosion, -whloh occurred Sunday morning cost the lives ot ten men and caused the in-Jury of a number of others. There Is no direct wire communication with the settlement and to reach it involves a boat trip of nearly fifty miles. 50O SOLDIERS MARCH. CORPUS CHRISIl PARADE ontreal. Juno 2.-Fifteen hundred .soldler.s marched today in the Corptis Christ i profession in this city. In accordance with the King's rogiilat-oijg nrul orrler.s, they boro no arms. The SiK^'ed Host was borne by Bishop Gauthier and ' Archbishop Bruchesi, also took part in the procession, with most of the Catholic I'riesthood of Montreal. Four judges of the superior court. Hon. C. .T. Dohcrty, minister of Justice, and the members of the bar in their gowns walked in the proces sion, togetlver with Mayor Martin, the rfaembera of the city administrative cotnmission and the aldermen ot the city. The celebration passed through without a hitch in perfect weather. CHINA WILL NOT RECOGNIZE SOVIETS Moscow. May 29.-(By the Asia tablsa .......... 1884 (From the Enterpriset On motion it was decided to plf..-:e on tho murUet nineteen lots already acquired by the town. Those are said to he well located and wouhi be good buys at the upset prices, and will be put up at auction in the very near fUllU'f. The local miners' unicn bnve acquired a house from W. A. Beobn on Thirteenth Avenue, which is being .-e-modellod and enlarged as a miners' hospital, in which Dr. Bayfield will be medical officer in charge. Sunday, .lune IGth. will \)o observed as Memorial Day by the memberK of Coleman Lodge of the I.O.O.F.. v.'hcn the graves ot throe deceased member.s will bo decorated. Invitations have been sent out to all neighboring lodges, asking that they participate. ? ? : : : > : > : : : : :� SEEDING LEAVE IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina. June 1.-Seeding ? leave for troops may be ex- reason for tlie extension as con < tained in the Ottawa dispatch is that seeding has been retarded in Saskatchewan by damp f ml cold weather. In entending the leave drafts warned for (;verseas must not be interfered with. OFFICERS HAVE 10 t� the leave drafts warned for < ? overseas must not be inierfer- < < i?d with. � HIS FJJNERAL WAS ' STRICTLY PRIVATE -Toronto, Juno 3.-In strict accordance with'the deslree ot the late John Ross Robertson, proprietor of the Toronto Telegram, the funeral ot the late distinguished Journalist and philanthropist at 10:30 o'clock was as private and simple as possible. Only relatives and representative membere of the various departments ot the Telegram atatt were informed in advance ,of the hour of interment, which was purposely fixed for the morning to avoid publicity and tho paislbllity ot a crowd. A 8boi