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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \\T?:r)NESDADY, umcii m lois, rHT5 LETimniDGE . DAILY-HERALD PAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATIONS WANTED (Wlicn Tlnplylns Monllon Tho Ilbrald) WANT hib-M'liin an3 woman want woi'k oil farm or ranch. Apply Box 39, Horald OtClcc. 720 GUNSMITHS OUNSMITH3 & LOCICSAUTHS-Gun barrels slralghlonoil, guns restock-cU, gun work clono by a gunsmith, keys mado, locks ropaircd/ibicyclas, typewiitors, phonographs, any light niHchfnery ropairoil, lawn inoivora Bbarponed. D, E. MucdonalJ. Indian. Motorcycle Agent, l^iiouo 1032, ill 4lh AV(0. 3. PIANO TUNINQ MEDICAL lit/CTOit oAuiiUATrii 911 Third Avenuo South Ottico Uoiirs......�........ 1-3 p.m. / ..........7-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-S p'.m. And hy appolntinunt. Tolophono 1253 WANT 101 )-Stono(;rapher Is open to take a position-at onco. Uox It, Ifer-aid. * � 7n-0x WANTWb - Woman wants sewing. Loavo addroaa and house No. at liox G, liorald 7r,-a DllS. CUNNUlLMoNALLY '& JAMIii son-Ottico, 109 Sherlock Block Telephones: Office 319; Rosidonc* 619. Ottico hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 io 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. O. ir. CRIPP8. EJXPBRT I'UNBH-Plnyer-Piano and Organ Uepalrer; �0 yoarii' tactory cxporlenca. Honours Cortlticato M.T. Adsn., London, England. Ueterencoa to the loading musicians of the nlty. Phone lies 1268 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE' , HOSPlTALr-MU3. VAN Haarlem's PrWata Hospital anfl Maternity Home. 122i Itto Avenue Bouth. Phone 746. �DUC)STIONAL Uit. TAVLoil-li;ar." Eye, Nose anti Throat; IIG Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by cp pointnient. I^hones: Office 341; Ke� Idence 593. DR. i: \v. TULLim. PiTvsTciAN and Surgeon. Olflco Shoppard Blocli oppoBlte Starland Theatre, rooms 8 to i. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Uesidenca 420, 8th at. S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. E. t,OVKRlNO, Physlcaia and surgeon. X-Ilay equipment. Olfice and residence,- 812 yrd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, l-i) and '7-S. Telophona day and night 1242. 29G-0 OAftBUfT BUSINESS COLLEQe 411 8th SL South, Lcthbrldg* Day anti vening iohooL Shorthand, Typowriuug, Bookkeeping, und all commercial buhjoct*. Offlc* Phon� 1318 Residence Phon� or Principal 1S�i White tor ruH Information. SHOE BEPAIRINO BllOfcl UKPAIRINO-Phono 1717 lor your shoe repair*. Work done momptly. Orders called lor and de-iiverod. t^rauk Miles, fill 4tta Ava South. ' DR. O. W. LKiiCH, M.D.. C..M.,�iniyal clan and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lftlhbridgo. Phono 389. Rosl-donee 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007 Office houia: 11 to I'.IG; 1.30 to 800; 7 to 8; Sundiiys: 1.30 to 3.00. t)R. R. W LYNN, IIOO.M �, UBUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-'1.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Pliono: Office 459, Res 599. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDINQ. - VV N. Kuth, corner Ist Avenue and lotn Street; _____ VULCANIZINQ VP TO DATBJl'lRB REPAIRING and ' retreading our specialty. Express jiaid one way on out of town cus tom. Prompt service. Phono 7JU. 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager, BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY cles tor sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. B. McDonald, Gun ' smith and Locksmith, ^12 4th Ave south. Phone 1032. 62-r UNOERTAKINQ^ !r. 8. FBTTJHRLY, L.BADINQ FONBK-1 director end licensed eraisaimer, motor or horse driven beai-ses. Par- i lora, opposite Court House. Offlc* . phozi-^ iiil, rJSideDca phaue 1174. Open day nod night . kacKAY & MacKAY-b'UNKRAL Directors and Practical Smbalmers office and/-.esidenco. Motor and horse drawn eyuipment. 803 3rd Ave B. Phone 1802. Alwaya open, never closed. farm Produce FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED 51'HOLESALE HAY. POTATOES A.ND ALPALPA MQAL. Inspectors at Coaldals, Letbbridte, Raymond and Magrath. Whether yAu want to bay or sell we will mall yea our Weekly ilar-t Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING LethbrfdQs : : ; Phon* VW, J uloyo, Mgr., Nl. R. Haxell, Acct., 777 Res. Phone 366 Res. Phone 1753 OECORATINQ WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO orators, Paperbangera and Painters Kalsbmining, General Decoratine and 'sign Writing. Eatimi^tes given. The' oldest, established painters in : Lethb'ridgs.. Res. Phone 1472; office phone l''i2. Sherlock Uldg., Let: bridge, A'lto. iW. KMERY, PAINTING. DBCORAT i Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only us^d for vork. Estimates willingly given. 936 9tyStreet S. Phone S38. WANTED-(!ood droRH maker Wants position to sow by day. Phono ISOU, or call at 922 2nd Ave. south. 78-fi WANTi nnntar of tho gods. It wasn't bolloil 'lusted like real water should taste. Ready By Monday Erecting Ijnglneor llcaili told tlio Herald: "By Monday \wi: Khoiild bo supi>)ylng the system wltli filtorod water unless?somethInK luilUrcscen occurs." The main works nl llu- iilantyire all completed now. Tlio lou- lift pump which has been holUiiiK up 'Jompletlon la In place and has bei-n In oporatlon, pumping water Intn (In: .siib.sldonc() basins. One of the li.ialns has water In; It. Tho other Imir Is yet to bo cleaned out, hut this Is only the work of an hour. One ot tins rillpra has boon tried out. Two ot tin' others aro all ready for tho preliminary trial. Tho third.i.i ready except for tlu: sand. An excellent article of saml has been .secured from across tin; river near the Grace mine. Mr. Il(siili stales that it Is as good aa lie ha.s nvcr seen used in a filter, and contemplates no trouble in tliat*rogard. The wiring for ihci motor which drives tho air systciii is delayed, but the plant can bo opuiatud ii lew days without this. "Tho people must not expect too much tor a few day.s," said Mr. Heath. "l''or ono thing thn pipe .system uj) town and tho standpipos will need to be cleaned out before ilic water will be a.s good as when It f:i)iii(>s-, through the filter. Then when llic breakup comes there will be a few duy.s when the water will 'bo a littli! (.loudy. But within a couplo ot wfinks everything will bo working smoothly and Leth-brldgo will have water for all purposes that will be the equal of that supplied by any city in Canada." Substantial Plant Tho new plant has a substantial appearance. To the casual observer there Isn't much to see. Up on tho hill there is a clear water basin in which filtered .watpr is stored ' for washing out the filter beds. Then there aro the two largo subsidence basins, LOST-Between Stirling and Ray mond, March 11th, a Masonic watch fob. Suitable reward for return to Herald Office. ' 77-2 POUND-Small crochet hand bag. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office, proving property and paying tor this ad. 66-Ox capable of holding 600.000 gallons of water, but theae aro all covered over with two feet of eartii, and are not visible aa to construction. The filter house, a now bulldlnf? abutting the power plant pump house. Is the main part ot tlio structure to bo seen. It houses tho four flUora. tho big low lift pnnips which piimp.s tho water from the river to the aVibaldenco baa-Ins, and tho whole system ot controla Inr.ludliiK Ihoao tor washing the flltars. Tlio work all appears to have been very W9II done, and an I he wliolo foun datlon Is plied the, atruc.ture should last ,1 grant many yeani. All the walls are reinforced concrete, adding to tho durability. Alum Won't Affect Water "Ono wrong linpreasloii tho people seem to have gatheroil," aald .Mr. Heath "Is that they will be drinking alum when tho plant starts operation, 'i'his Is incorrect. Tiie alum la added to tho water as it Rmm through tho big low lift pumpon the way to the subaldene.c basin.. The v;ater stays in the subsidence baaln tour hours, and thou flows to the filters where the alum la taken out, and tho water when it flows to the clear water well to ho pumped uptown, is free from alum and chemicals, and is 99 per cent pure. Typhoid germs will bo a rarity in Lcthbridge'a filtered water hereafter. Another thing, tho supply of chlorine win be greatly decreased." The operation of the filter plant win relieve a certain amount of strain also on the present pumping system, as tho low lift pumps will relieve the present pumps from lltliug tho water a height of 18 f^eet from tho river. The sand and silt will also be taken out, thus lengthening tho life ol the present pumps. So by Monday the householders will be drinking filtered water, 99 per cent pure. As soon as the weather permits, tho waterworks department with the aid of the' pumping engine of tho tiro department, will clean out the mains, especially the ^ead ends. In the meantime, however, tho city is ready for the spring break-up ot the river. Tliere will bo no diluted mud served up to the householders this spring. SOBSCRIBEIONEV/ DOCIRINE 21 Republics of the Western Hemisphere Arc Ready to Sign Up DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER S GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phono 1672 COAL, C.O.D. I^s Angeles, Calif., Mar. 1.-Twenty-one republics ot the western hemla-phoro will BUbscrlho to a now Monroe doctrine, embracing tho cardinal principles already establlahod and adding additional tenets, according to a statement hy Dr. Alejandro Alvarea, secretary general ot tho institute ot International law and present member ot tho court of arbitration at The Hague, who addressed students ot a law col-lego here last rilght. The now principles. Dr. Alvarez said, will prevent the ccaston ot any territory In the western hemisphere as a war Indemnity to any European pov.-er for any purpose by any method. Dr. Alvares said all the Latin-Americana were convinced that tho war must continue until I'russlanism Is dead. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited 6�lee-C, P. r. Fralght Shtdi PHONES Offle* ........... t1�l atableo .......... 10M SCHOONER SUNK London, Mar. 12.-The unarmed British schooner Nany Wingall, 93 tons ijroas, has been sunk oft tho Irish coast by a German submarine. As two wounded sailors were being rescued by the ship's mate, the submarine fired on them. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINa COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phono 438 LOST-Gold locket; initials S. Mel., containing a photo. Pindor return to Herald Office and receive reward. ' 75-6 STRAYED - Prom ICimball, . bay Hackney and bay Clyde, 3 ,and 4 year old colts. Branded on left shoulder. Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive re-___ ward. ' '^5-12 BMRWMSTO GET mmm Wants To See the Great Leaders Who Have Kept Huns at Bay S. AlBERTA BESl PLACE STRAYED-Prom farm near, New Dayton, one bay mare, weighing about 1300 lbs.; branded E R on left thigh. ?10.00 reward for Intorrnation,leading to recovery. R. E. Wood, New Dayton, Alberta. 77-6 LOST-Three bay mares and. one bay gelding, weight about 1500 to 1600 lbs. Branded A on left hip. ?25.00 reward apiece for return to L. P. Bon-nell Livery Barn, Lethbridge. Owner, John Stout. 77-6 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Eto. I SPECIALTIES Municipal, "Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail' Accounting Acadia Building, Third Av�, t. Lethbridge LOST-Will the party who found a black China Dogskin Coat on the trail between Lethbridge and Sundial bridge, kindly leave same at tho Hsrald office, as the cold weather.,is practically over and owner would like to recover same. ' 75-6 Paris, Mar. 13.-Xcwton D. Baker, the United States secretary of war, yesterday met a "number, ot British, French and American newspapermen and gave out tho following statement concerning hi.s visit to France: "Our purpose in visiting Prance is to confer with (Denerai Pershing, to visit tlie American expeditionary forces and inspect its .'lines of transportation and its storage nnd supply systems in order that we in America can more effectively support our own army aiid the armies ot our .allies. "01 course any ylsik. to France at this time Is a pilgrimage to the very shrine ot heroism, and it will be an inspiration actuaiiy to see the great commanders and the armies which have so long held t)ie frontiers of freedom against all attacks." PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING We are competent to do all kinds of painting trom outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on coun try school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall paper in clty, Watch for yellow automobile. Wi R. Brown, 313 Gth Ave. A. S. Phone 720. In Lethbridge 20 years. '..WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED- 1 CAN .LOCATK water for you.' ' Charges reasonabla , T. L. Dav^es, Nobleford,' 07-0 EYES TESTED j: M, HENDEni$ON-'Sl.liHTSP^CIAllST Pifificult C'ascs^ a^^^^^^ . Offic^" i(t '.Wrlalit'siilewcllfe'siiorc ' BURDETT CONSOLIDATED 3. D, NO. 23 BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL DENTAL DIL M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST QRAI> utte ot Royal College of Dental Sur-geona Toronto and holder of a Dom-mion Dental  Certificate. Office: room� 5-6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. bU. L. v. ALLHN-DENTIST. tSUG-oeiaor to Dra. Courtlco & Qtlcbrlst). Qraduate ot University of Maryland. Rooks 8-a> Mabdonald Block. Phone 1105, Lpthbrldge, Alta. ' , bm. MARKS AtiU �IAUR8-DENT-' lati, SucceBiora to Drs.^Stewart, and MoOlure. Houra 9 to 5. Office; Hl� iPbothnni Block. Phone 374.__ !DH. a O. SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Hoya) College of Sur geons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal C0I-. lege oC Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9-12,; 1-5. Office C-S Hl�: Inbotham Block.' Phone 1618._ .Dit. 'i\ W, POX-DENTIST, GRAi>U-ute North Western Dental Umviu's Jty, Ctalcago. OftIcA phono 783; lei-> iacnco phono 7&2. Offices: Umoa Dank Buildins. ll'S" BAKERY SciuKUY & CO. aicriTcLAsa bai? ory, fqr pastry that you can depend upon being tnndo on homo-made principles. Klvltby & Co., 027. LOST-Will the person wlio found purse containing money, gold watch and chain, fountain pen, glasses and necklacd set in pearls on the train going south from Vulcan on March 7th, please communicate with .Miss I. M. Dlcklriaon, BiacklO, and receive a suitablo reward^__77-S STRAYED-Prom my farm near Nobleford, one blue roan mare about 6 years old, weight about 1150 lbs., rather short, chunky built, and one blue mare with halter on when she left,. weight about 1250 lbs, mor;e rangy built, both branded on loft thigh These anini'als were raised on ranch south of _ Pakowkl and suspect they are working that direction. Any Information leading to recovery will bo rewarded. H. B. Mlebach, 648 9th St. South, Lethbridge. 75-G AUTOMODILES FOR SALE PQR SALE-At a bargain. Ford, ciir with truck body, in good condition Apply H. b. McBlyoa, 1264 4th Ave S., Lethbridge. 72- Tenders will he received by the un dersigned up to-nbon^of Monday, April 15th, 1918, for the construction of a four (4) rOomed brick ami tile school house with basement. , Tenders will bo dubjdct to sale of debpntuvos. . ,; Plans and speclHcatlons togetlie'r with any other Information necessary may be obtained on'application to M. a. Hiirdie, Chairman ot'Trustees, The Trustees reserve the right to rojool njiy or nil tenders. " . Cheguo for 6 per cent, of the total omount tendered must in all cases accompany the' bid.' Given under my hand at Burdett, Alberta, this 8th day ot March. 1018. F. A.* LUMBARD, Sec, , Burdett S. D. No. 23. MIa. HARDIE, Chairman. Ad P POR SALE-Ford roadster in good ire pair.- At a bargain. Conaet.and-Kar ren, pbom 7, Shepard Block, Loth bridge, Alta. 78-r-(5 PARI LEA LEAGl SABEINDICra "There's no place In Canada; to compare with Southern Alberta," declared Jay Held, wjio has just returned from a trip through the States, Ontario and Quebec. "When 1 was down in Que bee and Ontario they were standing in line for three or four hours to get halt a ton ot coal nnd then paying ?1S or $20 for it. And the real prosperity Is seen in the west, too." Mr. Reid states that westerners shouldn't worry too much about whether Quebec will furnis'h her quota under the Military Service Act. He said lie saw many roundups of young men who couldn't produce their exemption forms. These raids are daily occurrences. The Quebecers, many ot them, are being shipped to Bermuda for training. The tendency to desert there is not so strong. While in the States he heard a great deal about Southern Alberta, and quite believes all that is being said^ abpift immigration to this district. The south is duo for a remarkable spurt this year, ho declared. E. B. Loucks-sold his farm, the northeast quarter ot 4, and the northwest of 3-11-10, last week to Jack Burns and Ralph Clark of Burdett. The price, it is said, was $9000.. Charged With Circulation Pamphlets of a Seditious Nature in U. S. of c. "/Tno ALL kinds op ILBOi ' TRICAL WORK. W;L. McKenzle ^(e G04 .PHONX aS7 ; W� Srd,Ave. WA'NTtoD-500 more men wanted to learn Automobile Gas-Tracton trade, day am' evening classes, at Hemphill's Government Chartered Gas - Engine Schools. Our studenta aro taught by actual practice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas nnd Kerosene Tractors, ^ Stationary and Marino E:iglpea Our own Fro? Employment Office will help you choose a position after cpni' pleting as automobllo or truck driver and mesbania qr tractogr engineer.-Writo or call for free catalogue, Hemphill's Motor Schools, 228 9th Ave. Cast, Calgary, Altn.- Brunches at Regloa, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg-Attend tho nearest branch to you.* : 290-D USED CAR SNAPS On account of the to^rcity of labor you mutt have quick tranapor-tatlon. Our. used car department ean of you. We guarantee every used oaf to be in first olait running erdti;.' - > BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY Fairmont, "Minn., Mar. 13.-A. Townley, president of the National Non-ParHsan League, and Joseph Gilbert, a state official of the organizi-tlon, were each indicted on two counts by the Martin county grand jury late yesterday charged \>lth issuing and circulating a seditious pamphlet tending to discourage onllatnients. The counts are based on a pamphlet 1 containing the league's policies with regard to tho war, and on a resolution i passed at a Xou-Partisan Ijeague con-1 ference in St. Paul last September,! when Senator Lafollette delivered his ' now famous address. . .Fred A. Harding, a Minneapolis newspaper man, who arrived in Fairmont with tho Non-Partlsan party and whO'has b^on liandling the case for the Non-Partisan league newspapers and the United Press, was arrested late today on a charge of perjury and placed in tho ooupty jail. The arrest was the result of an affidavit he sworo out at the request ot H. A. Paddock, Town-ley.'a attorney, stating that Deputy SheritE William Roepko, in charge of tho grand Jury, told Harding oarly today tliat there was little question that TownJoy and Gilbert .would be Indicted as tho jury had before it the booklet "Tho formor and Townloyism," a bitter attack on the.head ot the league written by J. D. Bacon* a Grand Forks editor, NAVAL CASUALTIES Ottawa, Mar, 13.-TUe"foUowing casualties wore announced tiirough the dotmrtment ot tho naval aorvlde; Injured Probationary Flying Officer Harold J. Clark, Picton, N.8., and Prank B. Shaw, of KanuRS OitV, U.S.A. Reported Milling Plight Sub-Llout, Harold K. CaBgraln. n,N,A.S., Montreal. . HOUSE SEEKER! LET YOUR WORRIES END RIGHT HERE! ' I HAVE FOR SALE AT A Genuine Snap A cosy comfortable home on car line, within 0 or 7 minutes ot post ottico. Four bed rooms, dining room, parlor, kitchen nnd bath. Dining room nnd entrance hall burlapped and pannelled. Chiclceri hous^ nnd building suitable tor garage at rear. Nice lawn and shade trees. . $2500.00 No better buy In town than this. Terms Arranged. FRANK WADDINGTON The Auctioneer Residence 469 Office 770 BOIVIB PRUSlaiAN .pITY London, Mar. Ig.-BrltUhv aviators have dropped a ton of bomha on tho town of Coblonz, capital of the Rh'ne province ot Prussia, according to,an stdcial BtHtemout iRSued toalgb^ TO THE MERCHANTS, ( CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: I am about , to start an oxpresa delivery under tho name of Our Stores Delivery and I will bo glad to contract for your dellvorlnB. Guarantee^ ing you good prompt sorvlco. Secure your contracts now and help solvo the problem of thu returned soldiers and the urg-, ently needed help for, the farmer. 8QT. g. E. GOBjELLB V Phoro me HASSLER SHOCK ABSORBERS Should be Gives You on every Ford Car. Big Car comfort tor $21.50 TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL Russell Hamilton, Agent Installed at Williamson's Garage Ninth Street S. MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St, N. To INVESTORS The following selected Farm 'Lands for sale direct from the owner. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Lands are all located close C. P. Railway. I Victory or Liberty Bonds taiien at par. / Rge. Twp. W4th All section .........'11-10-10 Three quarters ..... 8-10-14 Sout.. Half .........21- 9-14 South Half .........29- 8-f4 North West ........33- 8-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11- 8-17 E.C.MOE e-o. Canadian Bank of Commere* Lethbridge BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our tvay around tho country as well as you know tho way from your office to yout home. Try us. PHONE 1206 OTT'S AUTO LIVEKY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL FARM LANDS Of the Hadion's Bay Compsay and Calgary tnd �dmeatoe LiU� CITY AND FAP.M MORTQACES The H. Macbeth Agency Tractor Repairs We specialize in rehorlng iias tractor. cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We kave In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas < tractors. ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 21S 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 United Taxi Service 6--CARS-6 Reliable and fticient oars and drivers with a thorough knowledge ot the district. Open day nnd night. Office next' Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 337 STORE For Rent 612 THIRD AVE. 8. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS  DISTRICT. v APPLY /TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh &t. W. Calgary, Alberta. r r WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A !  FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Rssidenc* Phone 326 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D, CM. ^ EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT ^SPECIALIST.' Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth At*, tnd 2nd St. Bast,. Calgary Office Phono M2848 Residence Phone M207V \ Interne and Ro.isa SiirgMa Uanhattan Eye, Bar, Noaelasd Throat HoipiUL N�v Yfnrk OUjr, x�ii-m4. ..... SpMlallat t9 Calfltry aoheal A,BLACKSMITH TO LOCATK A SHOP. VERY GOOD OPEN- . � INC.''; CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta __FDRCET ^pil'IK^ � THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER 1 Please nptify. J.R.OUVER �OARO OF TRADt QH J. F.RITCHIE \ ;