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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1946 SOUTH ALTA. PIONEER, T. O. KING, SUCCUMBS RAYMOND O3KS) Thomas Oren Southern Alberta pio- neer, veti-fcnovn farmer and past president of the Alberta School Trustees' Association, died here Fri- day night after being in health for some time. Mr. King was active m many fields, including political affairs, having been the U-F-A. candidate In federal elec- tion In the Leibbridge riding in 193O. winning the nomination orer i. H. Jelliff. He was defeated in the election by Dr. J. S. Stewart. Conservative. He iras a member of the Dominion Grain Standards Board for some time. Burn in Utah Thomas Owen King -sras bora !n Salt Lake City. Utah, on Dee. 6. 1869, the son of Thomas Owen and Dorcas Debenham King, early Diah pioneers.. At the age of eight he moved with his parents to Cassia county. Idaho, and attended the public schools of that district. In 1892 he came to Canada and bqmesreaded in the Cardsion dis- trict on the St. Mary River where he engaged In ranching. In 1897 he helped organize the first school districB south of Macleod and Leth- bridge and served as a trustee until 1903 when he moved to Raymond. There he engaged in the mercan- tile business till 1909 when he re- tamed to farming, which occupa- tion he continued until his death. In 1908 he was elected school trustee and with the exception of one vear. served in that capacity until 1937. when he refused further election. In 1909 he was elected first vice-president of the Alberta Association and held that position until 1923 when he became president and continued in that ca- pacity until 1S37. Mr. King was truly a pioneer m the educational Mr. King iz. survived by his wife and the follovinr children: Melyin T King and Mrs. WUiord Henin- ger. Raymond: Mrs. D. B. Fowler, Lethbridge; Miss Sara King, Owen A. King, Raymond; Mrs. F. M. Hall, Vancouver, B.C.; Boss D. King. Raymond. Two brothers and two sisters also surrfre: L. D. King, Raymond; H. E. King, AUno, Idaho; jMes. -Tohn Ward and Mrs. William Eames, Airno, Idaho. The funeral 5 will be held Tuesday afternoon at Raymond with Coristensen Bros. I of Lethbridge in charge of ments. Interment will be in the 1 family plot. Raymond cemtery. Men s Club Hears Calgary Speakers T. O. SIXG program of Alberta and his chief interest was always the education of the rural child and in putting technical training within the reach of all children so inclined. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served as a missionary in England during the years 1906- 1908. In 1890 he was married to Mar- garet Helen Arlean and to. them eight children were born, three sons and five daughters, one daughter, Dorcas, passing away in infancy. Mrs. King has been very active m church and community affairs, serv- ing as president of the LJXS. Re- lief Society organization for thirty vears. Mr. and Mrs. King cele- brated their golden wedding in 1940. Ritchie Paterson Company 'CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS E.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2513 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. THIRD AVE. 8. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE JlVt Busy Southern Alberta KENOVATION PROCEEDING, EUen Mackenzie, John Mackenzie. SPRING j Barry Thompson, Herbjr Johnson, it progressing on the community i Aliister Thompson, and" Lillian Hun- isall rapidlv and will soon be com- ter. Piano duets were played by pieced and ready for again. I Beverly Thompson and Patsy John- The front, of the hall aad the base- S son. Doris Bossicgbaca and Alice is being renovated, and -srhen finished -arill be a great improve- ment to tbe community. FCFIL'S RECITAL SPRING COULEE (KNS) A musical recital ol the pupiis of Mrs. Mildred Sandhaia "sas held at the community baU on Thursday evening wUh a large crowd attend- ing Those taJosg were Piaa- Spring Coulee W.I. Holds Meeting Acderson: tap dancing. Corlnae Bennett, Mary Mackenzie and Ellen Mackenzie; saxaphone solo. Donald Bennett, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Bennett; vocal solo. Jessie. Munroe, aococipaaied as the psano s by Mrs. ganriham. girls' chorus by' six girls, Beverly Boettcher. Patsy Johnson, Alice Anderson. ArSeae Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service jptt ia touch wkfc: ACCOUNTANTS H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phone 3043. 1938! AIR CONDITIONING SPRINOr June ineeiim: of the Spring Women's Institute met at home of Mrs. W. S. Van Horn with 18 niem- i 3HTAL WORKS- fe. for ELECTRIC Fully equipped shop, expert mxn, for the repair of and three phase motors. XeKoufe Efcctric Phone 3837. 254 par- cels. It decided to have a booth CKARLTON HILL MIMEOGRAPHING ALL WORK CAREFULLY J. S. Broura, care Brown's Muokal Supplies. City. GAS FITTING tet -m aTO-Wfc. Rto Thompson: trio by Biilie Corrinne i ed aad Mesdames J. Sherman. johcson and E. Repairs-! 1823 er Man' MacKenzie, 'Alice Ander-! and Jerry Besneu, accompanied as Sn. Patsy Johnson, Arlene Rice. I the piano by Sirs. Bennett; tap solo, Marlene Munroe, Doris Mackenzie, WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK GOLF TOURNAMENT WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK Sunday and Monday, August 4 5 Entry Fees win be S2.00 for Men and SL50 for Ladies. GOLFING EVENTS Holes. Senior Men's Play (55 years) 9 Holes. Ladies' Holes (IS in Finals) All play on the beautiful 18-HoIe Mountain. Course on the slopes of Mt. CrandeU. Everyone assured of four games of golf. All Qualifying Rounds can be played on Saturday, but must be completed by 12 noon Sunday. The latest registration time is 9.30 am. on Sunday and no entries will be accepted after that time. Consolation Erents on Monday for those eliminated from main and consolation flights. Prizes for and runners-up of all flights. SPONSORED BY WATERTON LIONS CLUB Ag- riculture Committee of the Clares- helm Men's Club was in charge of the June meeting which was held on Monday evening in the hall. The meeting took the form of a supper at which was served baby beef from Gordon Brown's champion calf which won honors at the Junior Calf Club Show held here a week ago. The Men's Club is a sponsor of the Calf Club. Dele- gations were present from Calgary Board of Trade and from Nantcn and district Board of Trade. Mem- bers of the Junior Calf Club were also guests. The principal speaker was Maur- ice Brown of Calgary who spoke oa -Canadian Citizenship." He urged his hearers to realize that Canada was a nation and as such her citizens should take a. pride in their country. A wide use of the new Canadian flag was asked for on all holidays of a. national char- acter. Another speaker was R, B. Mc- Kav. the superintendent of the Ca- nadian Bank of Commerce in Al- berta. Mr. McKay brought greet- ings and said that he still considered i oiaresiioiai as his home since i was his nrss station when coming! from Scotland thirty years ago. I i Eric McGreer, secretary of thej i Calgary Board of Trade, headed the Calgarv delegation. Included among them was A. Morris, the Parks j superintendent of the city of Cal-i garr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bestai were also present from Calgary and Mr. I Bestai led in community singing and contributed some fine entertain- ment to the program. Wm. Hal- let headed the Nanton group and brought greetings from there. Rev. Dr. J. M. Pawcett of Nanton was included in the delegation. Guests for the evening included Andrew Laurie, former manager of the Bank of Commerce, and K. J. Hill, former president of the club. President W. J. Collett -presided and C. V. Bennett expressed the thapto: of the club to the visitors I for their contribution to the eve- i ning. It was announced that the club would recess during the sum- msr months, Truck-Combine Units Leaving To Aid U.S. Harvest SEVEN This wees a party of six farmers witri two trucks and two self-Dropelled 14-foot combines will leave Granlea (south and west of Seven Persons) on a long journey to southern Unit- ed States. Thev expect to com- mence harvesting operations in Ok- lahoma and then follow the" harvest through Kansas, Kebraska. South and North Dakota and arrive home in time to do tneir own combining. Fixed Taxation on Veterans' Small Holdings Is Urged PTNCHER Mon- f Councillor C. S. Buchanan was dav being a public fcoliday here appointed as deputy-mayor Jor ihe egular meeting of the Pineher cess three months. Many favoraofc the regular meeting _--------_-------, Creek town council was held oa comments were heard oa sfee pres- Tuesdav evening with Mayor Cum- I ent policing of the town by R. Dun- berland conducting the meeting and lep. The monthly financial state- ail members of the council present.! inenis snowed she town in sound Building is stiU verv active in Pin- i financial position with the current cber Creek and several more lots taxes now coming in at a steady were sold for this purpose. The i rate. Discounts of ten per cent council feels that the demand for! are given on current taxes until lots should be soon at the sauira- the tenth July. tion point as far as building sees. The council has been trying for BIT i1 I LL some time to get the government j If] TO I U I fllll to change the assessment act so as j Will Id to permit s. fixed taxation, on veter- ans" all holdings but has been repeatedly turned down. This ap- peal gone through the veter- organizations, rehabilitation committee and the council. Appeals have been made by the Fischer Creek council to other towns Is Laid To Rest EFFECTIVE JUNE 15 3 Whether on business or a vacation trip, go via Grey- hound and enjoy this new, convenient schedule. You save-time and money by travelling in a comfortable Greyhound Coach WINNIPEG REGINA LETHBRIDGE BANFF READ DOWN DAILY READ UP DAILY AJL 7.00 P.M. 6.35 A A3L 10.05 PJVL 10.15 P.M. 11.15 P.M. P PJL P 12.15 555 A P aso 554 n.oo of three will journey to Edmonton on Saturday to interview the pre- mier in this respect. Councillor S. Pearson will represent the council. Another important item, of busi- ness was the decision of the council to make extensions to the four and five-inch side mains of twenty-one hundred feet, of new wood pipe for the waterworks system. Several other extensions of smaller pipe lines will be made as soon as pos- sible. (HNS) The lo j funeral of Mrs. Charles A. Coutts was held from the United church U_ ana AiiUUifrSSVii 0 appointed to act as rfce Mrs. W. Sherman was chosen as' "Home chaincan. It i was also decided to send two girls AUTO WRECKERS Phone 10 AVIATION KEPLER AVIATION to Olds to the Giris' club conven- tion. Mrs. M. L. Johnson. Mrs. A. Gillies and Mrs. E. A. Thompson; are oa the committee so interview j the ihe LG.C. know as soon as possible. Field-. ___ Alter discussion it was unani- j PARLORS mously voted that the local orancn _ _ _. should stay in the Warner encv. Mrs. M. L. Johnson gave interesting report on ;he conven-! tion held at New Dayton on June 1 11. A committee was appointed to j. take charge of the clothing drive. 804-6th St S. Phonfc 2735. 13ft ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Phone "24S3. WELLINGTON BROS, The Decor- ators." 1907. Pter estimates ahor.e 247S. Hes. 511-IOth St. 3. 1853 417 PIANO TUNING PARLOR for vosir Next Hair Do. AH work guaranteed. Phor.e 3852. GKRAHD HOEKSTKA 3335. 1505-4th Ave. K. 607 i RADIO REPAIRS these being Mrs. Bishop. Mrs. H. j Johnson. Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. Chapman. j. At the close of the business meet- VOGl'E BEAXTTi' SHOP 403-13th Street North. The Latest is Hair Styling. __________Phone 2237._________824 BABY BCGGY REPAIRS KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAJtSS RADIOS. HSASISG AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. Phone 433S. 117S (violin and piano) were enjoyed by all present, with Sirs. play- ing the violin and Mrs. T. Beswick the piano. BERT 31S-7th Si- S. Phone 3232. i 331 BICYCLE REPAIRS ________ Phone 3232 BERT i MAC'S Where they build no the performance of vour Not the Chaises. St. S. on Wednesday with Rev. W. J. Collets oSiciating. The church was well filled with friends and the Foothills Lodge LO.O.F. and the Foothills Rebekah Lodge attended in a bodv. The senior choir of the United church led the hymns. Mrs. Coutts was born Isadora Hearts-ell at Georgetown. Ont, and took her education there. Following a course at the Milton Model school, she taueht for some vears. On Oct. 19, 1S04. she was manned to Charles A. Coutts and in 1920 moved with her hus- band and two children to Clares- holm where Mr. Coutts engaged in the plumbing and tiasmithing busi- ness. She was the 5rst noble grand of the Foothills Rebekah Locige and was a member of the United church. After an illness of some months she passed away in the local hospital oa Sunday evening. Besides her hr she [BRING YOUR BICYCLE to tha I best equipped shop in the south. I _ Parts and "accessories rtr all makes American. English, earned in stock. BERT Si MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 382 BARRETT'S T oArvrn RA CABINET MAKING leaves Serves 39 Years At Cowley Station and Mrs. C. J. Bundv returned last Thursday from Coiumbus. Ohio, wliere Mr. Bucdy was a delegate .to the inter- national convention of railroad telegraphers. Incidentally, on June 16 Mr." Buadv completes 30 years as C-PJl- agent at Cowley. possibly a record for continuous service at a station in Thirty years ago, it is said, oae of the merchants of Cowley a look at the new agent and told! graveside, with Mrs. S. Ferguson acting as Noble Grand. Tiie inter- was in the daresholm ceme- tery. George "W. Ringrose was in charge of the funeral direction. one son, Herbert, who is the super- intendent of schools at Wainwnght. and one daughter, Mrs. O. Olson, as home. One sister. Mrs- S. E. Woodhall. lives in Winnipeg and four brothers live in Ontario. The pallbearers were R, E. Soby, Jas- Campbell. E. StauSer. W. Mc- Cartnev. F. Sevmour and E. Frogge. The Rebekah Lodge conducted tbe last rites of their order at the another merchant. "Why. he's a Md, well put him in his place." It's been a case of "men may corae and men mav go, but I ssay for of all the residents" 01 town were here when Bundy came, only three families sail live in the town C. Morrison.'s. Fred Ttisnan's and Robt. Littleton's. Folks have moved away, newcomers have come, part of the town was burned down, new stores built up and all thej the mountains and the foot- Tifil country have held the ageat. i who still declares, "It's the most beautiful pars of Alberta." A Positive Force for Good in Your Home The Christian Science Monitor Ail zhe news every day written :o give you help'ul ideas and a hopeful, vigorous viewpoint. The Chnstisn Science Monitor, besides its news and thoughtful editorials, has features for every member of the family. _ Use this coupon for TOUT SPECIAL j importers" of" Scotch Granite and BLS. PARTS ______ GUARANTEED. PHOK3 162S RADIATOR REPAIRS Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE CO. 611-6th Ave. South. Phone 3563. 844 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and toys made, reflolshed or re- paired "Nic-Nac Shop. 416A-3ra St. South. Phone 3558. 102 RADIATORS IJMTTED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-eor- ins with original eauipmes; cores 114-8th St. S-_ Phong 4121. 1583 ROVS RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recorsd. De- livery paid on out-of-town work. Roy Semp. 327-3rd St. a Phone 2635. 1322 CEMETERT MEMORIALS Introductory subscription five SL The Christian Science Publishing Society One, Norway Street Boston 15, Massachusetts Enclosed is SI. for which please deliver the Christian Science Moni- tor's Special Introductory Offer to me for 5 weeks (30 Name Street- City 1st Lethbridge. .State School Grant Cut Protested HIGH the June meeting of the councillors of Blackie a resolutio_n was pass- ed protesting the action of the provincial government in the reallocarion of school grants in the southern school divisions of the province. This reduced grant, said the resolution, threw an extra tax j on land alreadv overburdened and j bearing its fair" share of taxation through, re-assessiaent. i At the same meeting A. J. Paul Iras appointed -weed inspector at the i rate o'f 25 cents per mile travelled, j During the oast month the i municipal office" at Blackie has i been completely redecorated, and a new vault has been a substantial addition. Authorized HARRISON. LONG McCORD COMPLETE KADIAXOR SERVICE i Original j Equipment RADIATORS AND CORES Radiators Ltd. 114 Eighth St. S. Near C.P.R. Station ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT THE CAPITOL MONDAY TILL WED. JUNE 17-19 "TANGIER" "MARIA MONTEZ PRESTON FOSTER ROBERT PAIGE THURSDAY TILL SAT. JUNE 20-22 'WHAT NEXT CORPORAL ROBERT WALKER KEENAN WYNN JEAN PORTER ROXY MONDAY AND TCES. JUNE 17-18 "DEADLINE AT DAWN" AiSO TEN CENTS A DANCE" WEDNESDAY AND THUSS. JUNE 19-20 "DR. TAKES A WIFE" Also "THEY ALL KISSED THE BRIDE" FRIDAY AND SAT. JUNE 21-22 "PILLOW TO POST" Also "FRONTIER FEUD" FOR YOUK CONVENIENCE BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-Sth St. S. 1632 CONTRACTORS REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION Sales Service. L. E. Jones. Phone 4555. I906-7th Ave. C.. 194 RE-TREADING Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorised GOODYEAR tSealer. Phone 4238. 1210 All necessary material on mowers acd clippers sharpeneo. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor, phone 2110. 1225 BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. ___________322 RETREALUNG. E i VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Sqotp- ped Shop fn the J. A. JARDISE'S TDXE SUPPKE. 4fl2-lss Aveaue South. Phone 3580. 1537 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TXt'Ka of electrical work asA repairs bv careful workmen. McKec- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 I PEASE 4 PINK Electrical contracting "and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 514-7tb Ave. South. 118 KEBER ELECTRIC. 710-6Uh St. S. Electrical Contractor. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1636 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, enguie driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3753. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOOR SPECLU.IST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Mace New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 3CS-7th Ave. A S- All worfc guaranteed.___1055 ROOFING CHARLTON HILL Si. S. Phone 2533 ISSJ ROOFING, Siding and m Seg. Jones and Sex Ducc. Phosie 4OTO 1398 REPAIRS 24 Hour Serrica on All Makes C4S ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales and Service. 317-Sth Street South. Phone 445S. 39S SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR aE makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing "vfs rfotrte Co 620 3rd Ave. S_ 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING- Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 62) 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. S20 ALTERATIONS DOROTHY Pfacne 4494. 122 McFarland BTdc. 123 BUTTON-HOLES. Wors guaranteed Mrs. R. Hants, 14 Devon Court. Pcose 2332, 63 SHINGLING SPECIALIZE in Cedar and Asbestos shingling. Promp service. Hiebert FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED j Bros.. 920-7th St. Lethbrlngs. LOKN'E LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. 90 For farther fcformaHon regardrnf schedules and farft er firerahirt on "Vacation contact your local Greyhound Agent, or Greyhound Travel Bureau, Southam i lldg., Calgary, Alberta. WESTERN CANADIAN GREYHOUND "Desire to AbHity." 'Investment Securities" An Investor's Ready Reference SecuritJes" is published each asondj qcoiatioos. iziterest or rites lud yselds oa selected representative list Dominion Govetnnaeot susd Dominion zntecd Bonds Pfovinciil GoTcmmcatina Mnaicipal Bonds Riiiwiy ana Corporation Bonds Osaiiun Industrui 2nd Preferred and Comraoa Stocks Also included arc current earnings reports of some compiaies in which tccre is a wide public inteicit. This pamphlet is an admirable Ready Reference for investors and traders iecaase of its concise "iafornji- Doa-xt-a-gla Vrxsfer year espy. JAMES RICHAJROSON a SONS McFARlAND BUILDING IETHBRIDGE Phone 4335 Fourteen offices from Montreal to Victoria connected by direct private -wires. FCKXITURE MQVgCG McLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating, Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 64Q-6-.2 St. S. 430 FURRIERS SHOE REPAIHS STEVE'S SHOS R2PAIR SHOP ____322-7tii St. S. PijODe 3S5S. 501 Expert Shoe Reoairs Shop 7l4-3rd A-e. 5. Satisfaclorv Work. Bob Barva. 931 LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in tie latest styles, saving priced. Szpert! restyliag. rellnlng. cleaning and In- sured storage. Also doth coats aad" dresses for everv occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous 'or Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 133S TIME SHEETS GENERAL REPAIRS GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Anv quaatits-. HEKALD JOB DEPT. 33B. 4S5 and SAWS sharp- ened. Bicycles and Phorsograpns. repaired. Locksmith and GunsniiUi. Ciiioa Repair Shop, 1238-3rd Ave. S. 1010! YACCCM CLEANER SERVICE GUAKANTEED Vacuum CJeaner Service. All makes. ilcSeade 52ectric Ltd. Phone 3S37. LN'SULATIXG VPHOLSTERY _ specialize In applying Rock Wool Insulation and ArpbaJt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced creTs oa the job the year j round. j Western Home Improvement Co, 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2S53. j 181 GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upaclstemss and Repairing. TrncS Seats and Car upholstertas- FUEcigatmg, All guaranteed. 4SS-5ih St. S. _ Phaae 3470. 1125 VULCANIZING MOVING TO LETHBRIDGE VAUXHALL XIr. and Mrs. Charles Xelson and son Jnnrny j were Sunday aiternoon visitors atj Travers. where ihev with: the Clarke family sa the eve of j their departure to reside in I bridge. Mrs. Xelson is a sister to! Mrs. Clarke. GIRLS HONORED W, W. Club held a bridge party at M. horae or. Tfturscsy evening as a farewell par'y for' Mrs. Jean and Mus Margaret Coates The of honor were each given i. remem- brance. TSACTOR, Truck Car Ttre Vul- canisias- GuaraaJeed. Lme beit splicinz New and used Tires. NORTH LETHBSTDG5 MOTOKS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. ___________Phone 4253._________IS70 Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of sll Kinds. Belt Splicing- "A Complete Tire Serrtce." J. A, JARDINE'S TIKE SUPPLY 4O2-lst Avenue South. Phone 35S0. ______________________________1653 WID2EL ALIGNING FAMILY REUNION (HNS) Sixteen guests sat down to a family re- union and double birthday dinner at the Earl Gordon home last Sun- day, when Mr. Gordon. Sr., at pres- ent visiting here from Iowa, cele- brated his 83rd birthday, while his grandson, Roger Dean, was six years old oa the same day. Short Stop Service Station Service. -Jth Ave.-Sth Si. Phone -J15T. _____________ Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaidale. 1572 WELDING Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed WorS, Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avence. Phone 2544 1590 ;