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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 25, .THE LSTTKBPIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE TO SELL, TO BUY, TO RENT-A HERALD WANT AD DOES IT ALL i reduca high prices and It -would ask parliament for power- to deal with speculators.' Slakes First Appearance Chamber and Outlines His Policies. SKRINERS' PAY HOMAGE PORTLAND, Ore, June though wearers vl the fez continued to hold sway in Portland today, Shriners worshipped at Shrine of roses, aud paid homago to Queen (Mrs. Cameron Squires) who presided over Portland's rose festival. T10MK, June and Min- ister ol the Interior Giovanni 01'jliltl was ovation in the rham- tier yesterday he formally nounced to thn do'Miies Iho coniposl (Ion nf tho Cabinet formed June 16] and lii on address outlined the policy j novernwcnt pursue. the 1'uints which tame' in for partiru-i ii'-i- were the premier's an lU'tinceiaent of a modification of tide 5 of Iho'oonslllutlon, giving par- liament sole right to make war, his diH-ij ration for sume kind of control 0s to Italy's foreign policy and his flrmand for a reduction' Jn army ex- penditures and concerning ether tin- uni-lal projects. t interruptions by the ex- tremists concerf.InK Albania, the pre- mier "I'havc no .hesitation In declaring that the government Is not In fr.vor of a protectorate tor-Albania, bat' desires fflco Hours: 1 lo 8 p.m.; 7 to S p.m. Sundays. 3 la 3 p.m. li. EAR. KTE. NOS2 and Tltroat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. flco hours: 10-12, 2-5, evenings, 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office residence, 593. JR. R and surgeon. Office, Sbepard Block, opposlle Starland Theatre, rooms 3 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m., and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: OBice 780; residence, 41S; S. Phone 1494. EAR. NOSB and Throat Specialist. Special at- tention to Nose aud Tonsil Surgery. Glasses accurately fitted.- Hisln- hotham I.ethteidee, AUa. Phones: Office 1530; hoaso 480. DR. J. S. SUR- GEON and Accoucheur. Oliver Block. Office hours: 10.30-12; 1.30-4.30; 7-8.30.- Office phone 4SS. Residence 1366 Siith Ave. A, South. Residence phone 437. OSTEOPATH1C EH. 'j. K. HORKiXO, OSTEOPAT111C PHYSICIAN. 31G-1S-20 Sherlock -Bldg. Hours 10-12, 2-4, and by aprrolnlifient. J'bone 1939. ____________..VI AVI fe'ULb INFOFUMATION, also Lileraiui given Irea regarding the Viavl rem dies, whereby suffering women can become well without operations. Mrs. A. Lingarfl, office S33 7lh St. South. Phone 1712. PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAAliLBM Private Hos pital. 1224 7th Ave. S., Lcthbridge; Phone 746. Ac-cbmmodaUon for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private -.nd semi-private rooms, nates and 533 a Write tor information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. n LETHBRIDGE JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY "C-es Tested, Glasses Fitted Bipert "Watch Jewelry Repairing Issner of Marriage Licenses. Dallas Hotel Block, Lol lib ridge. Phona 331. Doris LRCocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to take on the work of one or two more Coun- try Drug Stores, Write for narticul irs. 1214 THIRD AVL. SOUTH OXY-ACETYLEXE WELDING W. N. KOTI-l, Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guna restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, key-) made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. Macdonatd, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 6th Street, opposite-Herald office. ELECTRICISUPPLIES Electric Light aifd Power Contractors Phona 1332 TIIK MAXWELL- Private 626 -Bth Stresl South. Phone C39. For terms and information apply Mrs. .H. n. ilaiwell. MUSIC MKS. BAJNBS, A.L.C.M., L.L.C.JI.. double silver medalist, teacher of Iiianoforlo, violin, theory, and har- mony.' Studio, 1605 1st Ave. N. Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Mstal 336 6th St. South 'Phone MISS AILEEN II. Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College -o( Music. London, last year were successful. .Studio 623 9th St. South. o( piano, harmony and Iheory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils trained for Toronto Conservatory examinations if de- sired. Studio. 133S A S. (formerly 1226 6th Ave. A S.) CLEANERS AND PRESSERS ea olh St. S., Lctlilirldgo. Farm Lighting a Specially. Contractors for Electrical on Cardston Temple. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora tors. Paperhangera and Painters Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established painters in Lcthhridge. Res. phone 1472; office phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lelh b rid go, Albert a. Paperlianging. Phono 690. 611 8th Avenue Smith. Taxi Service SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1S56, Orflce 409 3rd Ave. Sn Lcihbrldjt, Alberta Rldo In a McLauglilln Special, It costs no mere. Eddie Berger, Prop, THE in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use thn genuine Trench system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sihlc injury to garments, giving high class results. Sncclftl attention to country ivork. 324 6th Slrest Soulli. I'hone J1S12. Collect and deliter. pressing, and repnirtnj. High-class work, at lowest urices. 'Delivery free. 7th St. S. Phono 1019. j SAM licifalrinB and aUcmtions wall dono ut reasonable prices. We call for and deliver 410 6th Street South. Phone 152S. K. L, COPELAND. B. n. KI3NT. Thn Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and raperhangine a spe- cialty., Satisfied customers onr aim. Phono 16D3. 516 12th St Soiilh. SKPH DAVIDSON, DBCOHATOH. EstahHshcd 1909. Thirly-live-years' eipericnco lu Estor- lor and Interior Decorating. 3C7 Ulii St. Soulh. Estimates tree. nca. Phono 1101. BOILER WORKS kinds of steam boiler work, by thoroughly exper- ienced boiler-mailer. Anply Fred Quick, 413 Oth Street South. Phono 1666. For references, apply Inspec tor Marshall. IK LETHBRIDGE TAXI JACK HILL FOURTH AVE, S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Oeseret News Agent EDUCATIONAL 411 Sth St. Soulh. Day and Kveninp School. Shorthand, TypewritlnB, Bookkeeplnj nnil alt Commercial Subjccls. Offlco Phono 1315. Ueslilr-nce Phone of Principal. 1631. Writo lor Full Information. UNDERTAKING T. S. fuoerTl director ,and licensed ctnbalmer, motor or horse driven hearse. Par- lors opposite Court House. Office phono 5S1, residence- phone 1176. Open day and night.___________ PIANO TUNINQ H. Player-Piano and Organ licpairer, 20 years' factory experience.' Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. Kngland. References to Iho leading musicians ol the city. Phone 1168 627 10th St. S. SPIREt-LA CORSETIERE SPIRELLA CORSET8 AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parser, 1816 7th Ave. N. Phona 1122. Fully 70 per cent, of tho automo- biles produced. In Detroit are- being Uken to the selling points under thctr own power, owing to railroad congestion. f 33I-S'.-ST. .WAtCHBIpAmiNC -.ETHBRIDGE SOUGHT ;