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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MARCH 1f>. 1018 P I iliK Lti'niKHUXiK fMILV MHKALtt PAGE THREE! PROFESSIONAL CARDS \ WANTEb GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, 'guns restocked, gun work dgno by u gunsmith, keys made, lucks repaired^ hicycics, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repiiirod, luwn mowers Bhurponod. D. E. MacdonaU. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Miona 10U2, 412 j 4 th Ave. S. MEDICAL 3 p.m. 8 PIANO TUNING O. H. CU1PPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Uepairer; �0 yeax*a' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T.^Asbu., London, ICngliind. Kelerences to the leading musicians of the city, riioue litft* IMS fcth Ave. A. South. ,r* -1. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-mrs. HRarloia's Private Hospital VAN and Maternity Home. South, Phono 74t>. ik UU Avenuj EDUCATIONAL QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge Day ana evening uciiooi Shorthand, TypuwriLing, Bookkeeping, ami .all Commercial Suujccia. Office Phone 1315* Residence- Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full informauon. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-i'iioue 1717 ror your shoe repairs. Work done fcroinptly. Urdur* called for and delivered. Jfrauk iUiles, all -JU* Ave. South.- DOCTOR UAhLUtAlTH y 1 1 Third Avenue South Office hours.............. 1- .............. 7- Simd'ays ................. 3r-;' l'*m* And by appointment. Telephone VIM ti'USreONNUR,' McNALliY & JAMIE-son-Office, 100 Sherlock IJiock Telephones: Office '.HO; Renldeuce Gil). Office hours; 11 to !2 a.m.; 1.S0 to 2.:iU; 7 to S p.m. Uir"'I^ YLO1t--1 iyc, "Nose" and Throat; -llf> Sherlock lildg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenlngs-by appointment. Phonos; Office 341; Residence 00 a. ijurp7"wr"""'fuix'isri>.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Offico 2S0; Residence 420, _ 8th St. S, Phone 1404._______ DR. T. ETXoVk'UiNO, Physical and" Surgeon. X-ltuy ecjuipraent. 0 If ice and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-13, and 7-9. Telephone day and night 124'J:__29S-t> Mi. Q, YO^eUhTaLI;., cmPhym-clan and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock DIock, Lethbridae, rhone ?.S9. Residence 1111 Gth Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: 11. to 1M5; 1.30 to 3.00; 7toS; Sundays: l.:;tMoJ>..00._ l.�ILIlTymTVnN, room VClTrTliTKR RIock, above Conauiuer'a Hardware. ' Office hours IWJli a.m., l.:;t)-l.:',0 and 7-S p.m. Sunday I.'JO-IUIO and liy appointment. Phono: Office 451), Res. 51*9. CHIROPRACTORS r WELDING C CY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Streci. VULCANIZING 'U' TO DATK TIRE REPAIRING and reireadiug our specialty. Express paid oiiu way on- out of towu custom. Prompt service. Phono 7'jt). 2u8 mtli Si. .south, uity Vulcanizing Shup.. ii. D. Ritchie, .Manager, SMITH & SMITH-1IYUUM SMITH nnd June B. Smith.-if you are sick end want to regain health, taka Bpinal adjustments and get well Office in residence, 'J03 7th Ave. S., opposite- Model Rakcry, hours S.30 to ii, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC LCYCLES Ci^V^LANO AND INDIAN I51CY-clc^ fur sale. AU makes of bicycles repaired. A Uubc stock of accessories on hand. D. iti. McDonald, Ouh-fiinilh u:)d LocksujJLh, 41^ 4lh Ave. noutu. Phone 1032. G2-U UNDERTAKING X. S. PlSTTJtiRLY, LEADING FUNBII- al director and licensed ernbaimer, motor or horse driven teai'aes. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phou. Doi, residence phjaa U7i�. Upon day a;jd uishL STacl-'jav AlacR"AY-i? UN LKAL Directors and Practical Embulmers; office and :esldeuce. Motor ^nd horse drawn equipment. SU3 Urd Ave b. lJhouo l&OJ. Always -open, never clcod. v*- MISS AILKKN Al. JONIiS-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision o[ 11. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collcgo of Music, London, i�n., last year were suocessfuL Studio. G2;s iUh Street South. MUST~W. H. JOllNSON-TfcJACHKR of Piano. Harmony and Theory Over ten yoaus' teachin,? experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod ulatiug board, etc. Studio 122G bth Ave. A. South. (From Our Own 0�: !'���- [mind�.-nt) lilairrnore. March J4. Riliy (ho Jap, who own;? some house* has bn missing some of lila fuimi'ure lately. Const, (barter look :i handbill Hi'' matter and lorated tho goods in a house when: ; Home AdHiriaii.s kepi; "h;!i--](." Th^ra"pi{f'r Js open to take a position at Box 14, I lev-aid. 7C-..ix WANTKD -- W'oniau wauls Hewing. Leave uddress aud house No. at Rox 0, Herald ' 7 VVANTJ'IIJ Good (ij:"eT;Ii ^makei* wau11> position to sew by day. Phone iSdff, or call at :ind Ave*, south. 7S- G WANTI�;ii- -Ry e-vpr-rieiiccid" gart en~-gineer, reason's work on Rumoly oil pull. State wni;rs and partic.ulars to Rox Mi. Herald. 7.r� -He WANTKi) -Has irar-tor""or sfoam engineer wants position for sea son. CrojJ sliares or salary. Rox 204, Tuber. __77-ti WANTED- Woman with two children wants position as cook where there, arc no other women preferred. 17M ; ,),r, congn.'gation on the .^ubjei-r. of ^L^Xlz ..N'" J'uij'lbrhlK�'________7fi j The ^liner's Union and ih" church," WANTWI)-Ry experienced steam ! by reqiK'st. He dealt wi'li this sub-engineer, position for season, running ' jeet a few weeks ago at Frank. There steam tractor. Address M. L. M, 1*. ! has been considerable comment since 0._Jio� 7S71_Lofhbridge. _ 77--'i ' upon it. WTNTKD~~ 1 iooitkf.?eper with few We reported last wr.el; en what. \v(|iiires a few eons;dered was good auliori; that sets of books to keep where'- book- j Pte. Roper was; coming buine from i keeper is not required dull v. Apply i overseas. Mrs. Roper .-ays that, it is ^ > c ; > *> o > o > i Rox '10. Herald. 7i)-i; HANDY MAN-Rnilder of small houses, granaries, bunk houses. Labor expenses can he eovered by a promise of so many acres of the coming year's wheat crop. A. II. J. Van, care of General Delivery, Loihhridge. f,0-2 I \V AN f I'J I J-~ A gr ieulturist' oiTT.-n" "for ~el7-gagement now. Good with stock. Funned rented land in west for some time. Previously farm manager in Scotland. Handy at gardening. Can keep accounts. A. Mae Rue, ifox 15, Herald. 78- WANTKD~iIas traetor man wants position for too plowing and threshing season of I!'IS. State make and size of tractor and wages paid in first letter. Also-poKsiblo lcng:'u of job. TJioroiifeh-ly eomtmr.ent and efficient and can furnish tiio best of references. 11 may furnish plowman). Address P. A. Kos-tav, .'IS Arthur Ave., S. K., Minneapolis, Minn. S0-K 1 untrue. We retract v.-ifh liumhlest apologies. - Look out for "Billy's Rungtlow" next Thursday, March in the Rlair-morc Opera House, given by the Cold-man Dramatic Society in the interests of the Rlairmore Sumol Librarv Fund. After you see 'hi' yon will think the world is me -o li;id after LOST AND FOUND r (When H^piyiriK Mention Tho Herald) LOST-Ladies gold wrist watch in Stariand Theatre or on r�th St. or 3rd Ave^ Reward for return to Herald Office. 75-1) FARM PRODUCE __DANCiNG '.ESSONS MISS G LADS" A T TR Flo-- f ^ l aKsgsT aiUi private lessons tor adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbndge. every Thursday and i-rlday. Phono 1005. LOST-Between post office and ^ __. . highllne, blue and black check mack-;Ave. S. inaw. Reward for return to City Carl-age, 400 5th St. S. LOiST- (3old locket, initials S. Mc#., containing a photo. Finder return to Herald Office and receive reward. 75 n~-G .4 � ^ ______ CLFANING AND DYEINU THE"'VALET-SPECIALISTS FOR SALK-Confectior:-rs brass rollers. 4% inch, with standard, in splendid condition. 13 pai:' What offers. Apply Rox 10, Herald. . 78-G FOin^VLE-Victor Vi: : rolaT^Ttlfm7^ fifty recordsr instrui..'-at alone cost LOST-One iron grey pony, 3 years ' $joo. Will accept $100 .-ash. Also Remold*. Rramled W on left shoulder. ;lngton Typewriter S15.c �> fur quick sale. Had ha Her on when lost. Last seen : Gth St S SO-2 at Hardieville. Return to 12S4 14th Ave". N. and receive reward. 70-0 From (From **>ur Own Ctirrffer.nmli'nO Champion, March 14. Adam Fer-gUfiori and family returned Wednesday last after spending the. winter in Illinois, The motor vans mad" Their first, round Monday morning. 'I be trip was mad*: in one hour. Tho miJdren arriving at the school ju.-t the first hell rang. One van pi'd-y��! np -1 pupil:-;. Schools Sold The Sherwood aud !Iar\arl schools were sold bv auction la:jt VV"dnesdav. The prof:ee/ls to bedp pot up a much needed nddit ion tn i lie Low ti school. A library is being erected in the j school to accommodate a large con-'signnient of hooks just, purchased. Pic-!'tun� molding is being put up in each room for the purpose of hanging pictures. Pupils will not. be admitted into the primary room until after Easter holidays. We welcome Miss McLaughlin from Calgary, who has come to lake charge of the intermediate room of the school. The entrance hall is solving as a temporary class ropm for the high school pupils. Grade IV lost a studious class mate when Jack Kwong left. During his stay with us Jack proved himself attentive, industrious and bright. His work' merited his promotion into the fourth grade a few we^ks ago. The school extends, deep sympathy to Mr. Lloyd and family in their recent, bereavement. The trustees of the Champion school are aiming at the most efficient and iip-t.o-dat c Consolidated School in Southern Alberta. Chas. Rock has completed his new residence on Knsitrn St. and intends to bring his family down from Calgary in the near future. Mrs. Huntington who has been sick some time is. improving quite nicely. K. F. Crawford is on duty agnin, af-for having spent the winter in Vancouver. Geo. Basean'dall of Calgary was a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clapp during the week-end. W. E. Warren and family arrived in town last week. Mr. "Warren is a son-in-law of our local butcher, Thos. (Jill. Mr. Warren has taken an Interest in the Champion meat market and intends io makrrChampion his home. Mrs. Deedham of Spokane, Wash., pick. Willis - Pianos, I!1!1! Rluck, 3rd_^� visiting her son, Frank Hardisty. T The ladies aid met. at the home of ; Mrs. F. Hardisty. Thursday afternoon V 20 PtR CENT GREATER THAN last YEAR Winnipeg, Mar. It,-"Tho amount of. land in. the three prairie provinces propared for the coming crop Is l!u per cent greater than last year. Not only is there this increase lu the land that will be under cultivation, but it has all been pro-pa rod lu a much way than in preceding year.-'," said .1. lU'iiee Walker, commissioner or immigration, who returned this morning from an extensive tour of the west. ? ? V V V V DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER. GEO. WILLIAMS G18 6th Street S. Phone COAL, C.O.D, 1672 �> > �> o > > > REACH AGREEMENT Victoria. B.C., Mar. 15.-There will be no default on tho treasury certificates of South Vancouver. A deptoa-tion representing the municipal council lias been here for the past few j days and lias succeeded in reaching an agreement with the government. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Offlae-C. P. R. Freight 6h�*J� PHCNE8 Offle* ........... 1185 Btableg .......... 1064 I I HOUSE SEEKER! LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. city cartage co. _ Van Horn Bros, m 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 all. Come and get fi pessimism knocked out.vof you and shake hands with all your neighbors. FOB SALE-(Miscellaneous) FOR SALK-\\ e have ;i pre:iy I'.ell organ. Mahogany finish, :;;,.nii and"Tip"! Terms to suit. Com- ;:nd take your' let your worries end rigjit Here \ I HAVE Fok SALE AT A Genuine Snap A cosy comfortable home on ear line, within 6 or 7 minuter of post office. Four bed rooms, dining room, parlor, kitchen and bath. Pining room and entrance hall burlapped and pannelled. Chicken house and building*, suitable for garage at rear. Nice- lawn and shade trees. $2500.00 No better buy in town than this. Terms Arranged, frank waddington milne's transfer LATE TURNER & WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. J KO-fT The Auctioneer Residence 469 Office BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our *way around tha country as iwsll as you know tho way from your offico to your home. Try us. phone 1206 1 770 IS FAltM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAV, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at f oaldale, Lethbrldgo, j Raymond and Magrath. . j Whether you want io buy or sell we will mall ym our Wud^ly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbri'io* : ; : : Phona 777 W. J Lloya, Mgr., Res. Phone 365 TA. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phono 1753 French Dry Cleaning, Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class -work .jrued ouL No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orddr� S2-J 6th fltreet South. Phono 1812 LOO "SiAM-Cleaning, iTessingT lie7 pairing and alterations well done at reasonable pricos. We call for and deliver Roods. 410 6th Street South __lJhono 53-1. _201-30 LEi~\VTNG7~Tu�~Tanoir^le^^^ pressing and repairing. High clast v/ork at lowest prices. Helivery free. i!3 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286-24 STRAYED - From Kimball, bay Hackney and bay Clyde, y and 4 year old colts. Branded on left, shoulder. Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive reward. ' 75-12 FOR SALE CHEAP-An auto repair shop with tools. A Wiuuce for a mechanic to make beu r than wages. Good going business. JJox 16, Herald. 7fJ-rG last. A large number of ladies were present. A letter was read from the Church and Parsonage Co., acknowledging $100 sent by the ladies on the parsonage account some days ago. The ladie:; aid anniversary, May 10th, will be celebrated by a sale of work. Home made cookery and entertainment in the evening. Rev. 1-Iaddon, Mrs. Stoddart and Mrs. Johnson were 'appointed pro gr a m eo m m i 11 e e. During the afternoon a dainty lunch was served by the president, Mrs. Hardisty. Evangelist Bartjon, completed a I | i V'OU SALE OR EXCHANGE--Gents' | j diamond and ruby riaifs, both set 18k j very successful campaign in the Cham- LOS'l dressmaking FIRST CLASS'DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Ros�a. 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1SG0. i i a i r*. i � *n- T i FOR SALE-Encyclopoedia Britannica Branded A on left, hip. ?2o.00 Jnth ud tenUl QlWo three uirtBr d aniece for return to L. F. Bon-! Leyant bimling> in fIrst class conrtit- Cost $175. What offers Apply DECORAT1NG WELLINGTON Li I; OS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomining, General Decorating and .Sign Writing given. The oldest established painters in Lcth*ridge. Kes. Phone office phone l*i52, Sherlock iildfi., Leth bridge, Alia. W. EMERY, PAINTING. UffiCORAT-ing, J^iper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Bcsi materials only used for ill vcrk. Esllmatea Vvillingly g'Jven. U3G 'Jth Street S. Phone 33B. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING - We are competent te do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest stimatea.. Largest stock of wail paper in city, Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, :$13 iUh Ave. A. S. Phono 720. in Lethbridffe 20 vears. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridgo WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-i CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L4 Davics. Nobleford. y7-0 DENTAL dr. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD uate of Royal Collego o! Dental Sur geons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms &-6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071 DR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (SUC cessor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland, Rooms 8-0 Macdonald Bfock. Phona 1165, Lethbrldge, Alta.__ -HhS. MARKS'AND MAHRS-dbjnt- 5eta. Successors to Drs. Stewart ami McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Offico: Hi* lnbotham Block. Phone 374. i)R. b). O STmMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal Qollege. of Sur Keons. (Eng.) Licentlnto Royal Ca\ lege o� Fhysiclana (London)" L.c.9. 1900. Hours 912; 1-5. Offico C-S Hi*-inhotham Block. Phono lfilG. Lr. t, w."fojc-Fentist, GRADU- ate North Western Denial Culvers Ry, Chicago. Office phone 785; re* idenco phono 75^. Offices: Uuioo Bank Building. XbS-0 BURDETT CONSOLIDATED S. D. NO. 23 BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL bakery Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Monday, April 15th, 1018, for tho construction of a four (4) roomed brick and tile school house with basement. Tenders will be subject to sale of debentures. Plans and specifications together with any other information necessary may be obtained on application to W. A. Hnrdie, Chairman of Trustees. The Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all tenders. Cheque for 5 per cent, of the total amount tendered must in all cases accompany the bid. Given under my baud at Burdett, Alberta, this 8th day of March. 1918. F. A. LUMBARD, Sec, Burdett S. D. No. 23. M. A. KARDIE, Chairman. ,  Ad F ST-Two steers, branded on right ribs. Two heifers branded on left hip. $!i.00 re- _ ward apiece for information leading to recovery. Gust Erdi-na'n, Barons. 80-6 LOST-r-Three bay mares and ono bay gelding, .weight about 1500 to 160U lbs. reward apiec nell Livery Barn, Lethbrldge. Owner, John Stout. 77-G bOST^ViU~he'paiTy^ a Dlack China Dogskin Coat on the trail between Lethbridge and Sundial bridge, kindly leave same at the j Herald' officers the cold weAher is j practically over and owner would like | to recover same. 75-G ' STRAYl^l^ t es, one of them white pony, no brand. 1 1 ilie other a bay mare with star in forehead, and white back legs, no brand, with 8 months' black colt. Return to John Skiboo, Hardieville. $15.00 rc-WivrtL________SO-G LOST--\Vif 1 the person who found purse containing money, gold watch and chain, fountain pen, glasses and necklace set in pearls on the train going south from Vulcan on IMarch 7th, please communicate with IWfsa T. M. Dickinson, Blackic, and. receive a suitable reward. 77-S STRAYED-^-From tuy~tarm near Nobleford. one blue roan mare about C years old, weight about 1150 lbs., rather short, chunky built, and one blue mare with halter on when she left, weight about. 1250 lbs, more rangy bfilt, both branded on left thigh These animals wore raised on ranch south of___ Pukowki and suspect (hey are working that direction. Any information leading to recovery will be rewarded. H. E. Miebach, 048 9th St. South, Lethbridgo. 75-G solid gold, for coiia^a, south side, sult-jable for shop, to be removed. Box L'tl, i Herald. SO-G FOR SALE-Cheap. A good warm chicken coop Sxl1'. Also 6 single comb Rhode Island Red eoekert'ls, $2.00 each. A. \V. Jones. 1733 7th Ave. N. 75-6 ion. Box 12, Herald. ,��7 0 i i o pion church last Friday evening. Sad to relate Mr. Barton went direct to Ponoka from Champion.- At an official board meeting, which was largely attended last Saturday, Rev. Haddon was unanimously invited to remain another year as pastor of the Champion church. Mrs. A. J. Jopling, secretary of the Red Cross who has been sick for some time is spending a few days in Banff. The next work session of the Red Cross will be held at the home of Mrs. Harper, Vulcan street, Friday afternoon. Funeral Service The funeral service of the late Geneva Bell Floyd, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Floyd was held in the Methodist church Tuesday 'afternoon. A large' number of relatives and friends attended^ R^r. Haddon ! conducted the service -and gave a | most helpful address illustrating his I remarks from the boautiful carnations \ that adorned, the casket. The pall-its. Hundreds enjoying big money j beflrors Were Genevieve Harper, Is-carnlngs from inr business we havo j abel i,aiaiaw, Ulah Summers and 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. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par. / Rgc. Twp. W4th All section .........11-10-10 Three garters .....8-10-14 South Half .........21-- 9-14 South Half .........29- 8-14 North West ../.____33-8-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11- 8-17 e.c. moe c-o. Canadian Bank of Commerce Lethbridge SPEtfCE'S auto LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL FOR SALE-Coai miile, near Taber, producing 30 Ions p. r day, for sale or lease. Good proposition to experienced men. ?2000.0o0 handles, or will take live stock or coal on track. Balance j easy. Apply Box tf.'i. Herald. 73-U'| AGENTS WANTED GET OUR PROPOSITION for responsible men and women. Permanent repeat order business that pays big prof- helped them build. Why not you? Leswark Manufact ui ing Co., Foster, Que. v Ad S JUDICIAL S'ALE OF CITY PROPERTY Pursuant Jo (he Order Nisi and final order for sale in ait action in the Supreme Court of All.r:'ta, Judicial District of Calgary. S. C. 12728, there Gret.ta Summers. The interment took place the same afternoon at the cemetery, three miles north of town. Mrs. Floyd wishes to thank tho people of Champion and community for tho many expressions of heartfelt sympathy and kindness extended to them during their recent bc?cavemeiit. Is it not time for tho, citizens of Champion to get together for the purpose of organizing a local cemetery association. Two or three proposi- FARM LANDS r Of the Hudson's Bar Compaay end Calgary end Bdmoston Laa4 Co. n CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency I United CARS Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. OJEfice next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE will be sold with the^approbation of the Master at Calgary by public auctions have been suggested, but nothing definite done. Why not get dewn to business right away. tion at twelve o'clock noon on the Ifith day of March, A.D. 191S, at. the Court House at. ihe City of Lethbridge by Frank WnddiuRion, Austioneor, Lots 1 and 2 In Hlock 65, Plan 723-D Lethbridge, subject to the reservations and conditions in the grant from the Crown and in existing Certificate of Title. This property is a warehouse property to which there runs a spur UKick | of the C. P. R- The1 Vendor is ln- -.---;-i formed that there is on this property a bargain, b ord car ^ ending :?U bv Jl�, two storey frame i%i ^,C?Mdit.i0n- iron clad with brick basement-floor? lyyoa, I2b4 4th Ave. by 6 milI construction, tar > and KlllKHY & CO. JiRJiJ-CLASS RAK cry, for pastry that you can depe-id :4 upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., COG lire Ave. S. Phono 1027. \ ALL KINDS OF SLEG> N TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzle & Co. PHOU3. 0S7 718 3rd Ave. S. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Whm Tt^nlyir.g Mention Thr H^rnifl\ FOR SALK-Al. with truck body Apply H. R. Mcl^y S., Lethbridge. 72-o FOR S^VLE-Ford roadster in good re-palr. At a bargain. Conzct and Kar-ron, Room 7, Shepard Block, Lethbridge. Alta. 78-6 FOR SALK-Dodge Touring Car, IDIV model, guaranteed in first class running shape. New tires. Price ?1050. Winter top for this car $200.00 extra. Apply Boulton. Phone 1206. 79-6 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gaa tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. \ye have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: I am about to start an express delivery under the name of Our Stores Delivery and I will be glad to contra<;& for your delivering. Guaranteeing you good prompt service. Secure your contracts now and help solve the problem of the returned soldiers and the urgently needed help for the farmer.*, 3GT. J. E. GOBELLE Phor.e ,or' USED CAR SNAPS On account of the scarcity of labor you must have quick transportation. i Our used car department can take car^c of you. We guarantee every used car to be In first-class running order. BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY TRY A HERALD WANT AD s by 6 mill construction, tar � and gravel roof in a good state of repair. The basement oMIic above building is an excellent one with about a nine foot clearance and has entrance door at street level, which especially adapts It as well aw the other part for machinery warehouse. There Is also a built in scale and a baud hoist which will be left intact. The property "'ill be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid which has boon fixed by tho Master. TERMS OF SALE ten per cent-ln cash at the time of sale,*balance in sixty days. In all other respects tho terms and conditions of sale will be tho standing conditions of the Supreme Court of Alberta. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Mu�r, .R�phson. Adams and Rrownlco, r.oHtdlors for the Vendor, Calgauy, Alberta. , LAURENCE J. CLARKE, Clerk of the Supreme Court. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this |5th day of February, 1P1S. Approved (Sgd.) L. F. CLARRY, Master. ' Ad C Calgai'y. March 14.-Elections of officers of the Orange Grand Lodge here resulted as follows: Grand Master, Robert White, Calgary; deputy grand master, W. G.JWal-ford, Edmonton; associated deputy grand master, C. Cross, Calgary; grand chaplain, Major Sir James Out-ram, Bart., Vermillion; registrar, E.H. Ragnall. Calgary; treasurer, C. ShaW. Edmonton;; censors, R. V. Campbell, Calgary. W. S. Long, Medicine Hat; standard bearers, S. T. r^oble, Calgary, pursuivants, T. J. Noble, CaJ-gary, Dan Alton, Edmonton, H. G. Hunt, Calgary, W. Rurridge, Calgary, J. Marvin, Calgary, W. Gilpin, Medicine Hat. I NIVEN ti 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Wanted! at Skiff Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone ^99 Residence Phone 325 TO BUILD MORE CONCRETE SHIPS A Pacific Port, March 14.-So successful was the launching here today of the world's largest reinforced concrete ship that her builders said they would at once start the construction of 54 similar ships of larger size and ex-pscted that all would be completed within 18 months. Six weeks from the day the concrete was poured into the forms, the 7,900 ton ship, christened "Faith" took the water. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avat and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Offico Phone M2848 Itesidenco Phone M2077 Iiiterno cud Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York Citjr, X911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School * Bo2rd 274-2* LACKSMITH TO LOCATE SHOP. VERY GOOD OPENING. CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta DONT FORGET tJ ^ ^iiajils^,...,.THE ' WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please noNFy, J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. f. ritchie SECY VETERANS' CLUS ;