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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918 � PAGE THnEB SITUATIONS WANTED (Wlttn- nt-nlylng -Mnntlon �Tltff-Hortiiar'l OUNSMrTHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-aan . barrols atralghtonod, 'guns restocked, gun work dgno by a gunamtth, , keys made, looUa repaired, bicycles, j typowritors, pUonographa, any Ught nitichluery roptriiod, lawn mowers barpenod. D. Q. MacdonnlJ. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phon* 1082. 412 ' lUi Ave. S. PIANO TUNINO " MEDld'AL �~ DOCtuTrcTAlIiUArfH""'' ' on Third Aveuuo SuulU Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m.. i .............. 7-8 p.rA. Sundays ................. �-3 p.m. And by appointment. TGlophonh 1253 "bits. CONNOK, M'cNALLV &"JA'MI15- Bon-f-Oftlco, 109  Sherlock Block. Tolophonea: Office 319; Residence G19. Office hours: 11 to !2 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.80; 7 to 8 p.m. � O. H. CUIPPSJ. EKi'EUT TONlfiU- PUyei^Piauo and Organ Uepalrer; SO years' factory iwBerlonoe. Honours Certificate M.T..A3Bn., London, Engloud. Kefo'rencea to tbe leading muslolnns a( the (My. Thou* 11�8 lies �th Ave. A. SouUi.^ PRIVATE H08f�nALa PRIVATE HOSPlTAti-MRS. VAN Htarlem't Private Hospital and ' llateruiiy Home. 1224 ?Ui Avenus Souta. Phono 746. Ull. TAYLOHr-lia.r, Eye, -Noao and Throat; -115 Sherlock Uldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; ovonlng�-l�y B^ polntmeut. Phones: Office 341; Re�-Idence Gfl3. � _� � im. P. W. TULLEIll PltYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Shoppard Block oppoBlto Starland'Theatre, rooms 0 to 4. Oftloo hours: 11 to 12 .a.m.; 1.30 to 2.30 >).m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 3S0; Ilosidenca 420, 8th St. S.. Plione 1494. KOUCATIONAL aARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQK 411 8th St. south, Lethbrldgc * Day ana avening acUooL ^ Bhorthand.' Typuwriuug, BooUkooprng. and all Commercial Suhjocia. Office' Phone 1318^ Realdence Phone or Principal 1531- White for Full Informalion. Dll. J. K LOVKniNO, Physlcaifl and Surgeon. X-Ilay equipment. Otflce and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-0 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 SHOE BEPAlRINQ SiiOK ItEPAlKlNG-Phone 1717 for your shoe ^repairs. Work done womptly. Orders called for and'de-Uverod. Frank Miles. 61 i 4t^ Ave. South.- WELDING c:;y-acetylene WELiniNG - w. N. Kuth. corhei- 1st Avenue and 10th Street. VULCANIZING PP TO DATE TIKE UEPAIUING and rolroading. our specialty. Exprosa paid one way on- out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 7'JO. 208 13tli St. douta, City Vulcanizing Shop._. tl. D. llitchlo, (Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY. ties tor siile. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on baud. O. E. McDonald, Guft smith and Ldckamilh, 412 4th Ave. south. � Phono '1032. 02-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FE7'TERLY, LEADING PUNBR-al director, an4 Uoei)sed embaimer, nidtdr oi'iiorso driven hearses. Par . lors,"opposite Court House. Office pUoa. Ciii, rasldence pboao 117*. Open day nad.night. AluolvAV .At MacKAV-FUNliIHAL Directors and PractlcalEmbilmers; office and :esidonce. Motor and horse drawn euulpmont. S03 3rd Ave s. Phono j!>02. Always -open, never clc-;od. FARM PRODUCE FAUM i'KODUCTS LIMITED �WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALKA ill^AL. Inspectors at foaWale. Lethbrldgo Raymond and Magrath. Whether you, want to buy or sell �e 'will mall -ycu our Woei^Iy Market Card on rqcjuaai. 201 SHE-fJllOCK BUILDING Uethbridg? : : ; ; Phono 777 W. J uloyo, Mgr.; Res. Phone 365 . M. ,R. Hazell, Ac(^t., Res. Phono 1763 DECORATING WELLINGTON BKOS.-THE OEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters KalsoralnlnK. General Decorating and Sign Wrlllng.'Eatlmates given. The oldest, esti^bllshed painters Jn Ltth'rldge. Ues. Phone 1472; office phone I'l52." Sherlock BIdg., Leth bridge. Alia, ,W. E-MEllY, PAINTING. OSCOUAT Jng, Paper Hanging. Kalsomlnlng, etc. Best materials only used for all vcrk. Estimates VvUlingly ^ven 036 9th Street S. Phone 338. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING - We are competeni te all kinds ot palntJng fro^n outside work to finest decorating. We- specialize on country, ; school and churches. Lowest stiraates.v -Largest stock of wall paper In city. Watch for yellow au iqmobile. W. R. Brown, 313 Cth Ave, A. ,.S"; P.lione 7550, In Lethbridge 2(1 WATER,LOCATOR ,WATEU LOCATED- I CAN .LOCAtB water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Dayles, Noblof^d. �7-0 UH. O. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., PUysj-clan and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldgo, Phono 389. Residence 1111 Cth Avenue. Phone 1007. Office h( bookkeeper Is not required daily. Apply Box 40, Horald. 79-6 HANDY MAN-Duildor of small houj-03, granaries, b\mk houses. Labor ex penses can be covered by a promise of so many acres of the coming year's wheat crop. A. H. ,1. Van, care of Gen oral Delivery, Lethbrldgo. C9-21 open tor on gngement now. Good wUh stock. Farmed rented land in west for some time. Proviou.sly farm manager in Scotland. Handy at gardening. Can koop accounts. A. Macllac, Irox 15, Herald. �_78-;6 W'AN'rlCD-iTati tractor man wants position for t!io plowing and tlirosliing season ot 1918. Stalo make and size of tractor arid wages paid in first letter. Also-possible length of job. 'Hioroueh ly competent and efficient and can fur nlsh the be: ^o-0 (From Our oWn C'o!T>.sponclcnt) Blairmoro, Marih-I'l.-Hilly the .lap, who owns some houses has boon missing sijmo ot his fiiciilUiro lafuly. Const. Carter took a hftncriu the matter and located tho goods in a house where immo 'AUstrlatis'kept "batch." They wcrp all miners' oarninj? Rood wages. They pleaded guilty ami were each fined $50.00 and costs. , BuHlneaa is looking up in nulomo-bllos, Ro1)blns and Dutil sold two Fords lately. They have a carload just arrived. Rov. Mr. Fulton will exchange with Rev. Mr. YoUng ot. Frank next Sunday evening. Mr.A'OMiiK will address the congregation on the subject of Tho Miner's Union and tho church," .by request. He dealt with Ibis subject a few weeks ago at l''raiik. There has been considerable conimcnt since upon It. Wo reported last week on what wc consldcrod was good autlioritj that Pte. Roper was coming Iiome from overseas. Mrs.. Roper Kays that It Is untrue. Wo retract with humblest apologies. � Look out for "Billy'.s liunprtlow" next Thursday, March 2Ist in the Blairmoro Opera House, given by the ColA-nmn Dramatic Society in the interests ot the Blairmore Stbool Library Fund. After you see this you will think tho world is not so bad after all.  Come and get> tlio pessimism knocked out-M)t you and shako hands with ail your neighbors. FOR SALE-(Mtscellancoua) FOR SAL)3-We have a pretty Hell organ. Mahogany finish, cottage deai|n u-ilb- mirror top, good torn;. I'rlcc $oO. Terms to suit. Mason & llisch, Limited, Balmoral Block, l-otlibridRe. "�-6 FOR~(iUICK SALIC^KoF^Tash. A piano, $lBt).00. Apply G:;l 12th St. C. N. � 75-Ox FOR QUICK SALE - Piano in gpod condition. ?S5.00. Can he .seen at 702 liith St. N. SO FOR SALE-104. opera chairs in first class condition, made for sloping floor. Apply Alex M. Morrison, Coleman, Alberta. 7(1-0 LOST-Between pQst office and C.P.H. higliline, blue and'black check mack-j inaw. Reward for return to City Cart-ago, 400 5th St. S. 7U-6 LOeT-Gold locket, initials S. JIc^., containing a photo. Finder return to Herald Office and receive reward. 75-0 LOST-One Iron grey pony, 3 years old; Branded W � on left shoulder. Had haltor on When lost. Last seen at Hardlovnio. Return to 1284 14th Ave. N. and receive reward. 79-6 Kimball, STRAYED - From Hackney and bay Clyde, bay and 4 year, old colts, on left shoulder. 161, Magrath and ward. -� Branded Notify Box receive re-_ �.75-'-12 (Frotri GUI' Own C6rre.'!iioni1cnt) Champion, March 14.-Adam Ferguson and family returned Wednesday last .after spending tho winter In Illinois. Tho motor vans made their first round Monday morning. 'I'ho trip was made in one hour. Thn children arriving at the school just as the first bell rang. One van picked up 21 puidls. * Schools Sold Tht! Sherwood and Harvard schools wore sold by auction lust Wednesday. Tho proceeds to hel|i put up a much needed addition to the town school. A library is being erected in the school to accommodate a large consignment of books just purchased. Pic-'ture molding is being put up In each room for tlic purpose ot hanging pictures. Pupils will not be admitted in to the primary room until after Easter holidays. Wo wolcome Miss .McLaughlin from Calgar.v, who has come to take charge of the intermediate room of the school. The entrance hall Is serving as a temporary class ropm for tho high school pupils. Grade IV lost a atirdious class mate when- .Tack Kwong left. During his slay with us Jack proved himself at tentive, Industrious and bright. His work iperltcd his promotion into the fourth grade a few weeks ago. ^ TliQ school extends/deep sympathy to Mr. Lloyd and family In their recent bereavement. ' The trusiteos of,the Champion school are aiming at the most efficient and \tp-to-dnte Consolidated School In Southern Alberta. Chas. Rock has completed his new residence on Ensign St. and, intends to bring his family down from Calgary in the near future. Mrs. Huntington wlio has been sick some time is* Improving quite nicely. E. P. Crawford is on duty again, after having spent the winter In Vancouver. , Geo. Baacandall of Chlgary -was a visitor with Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Clapp during the week-end. W. B. Warren and family arrived in town last week. Mr. Warren Is a son-in-law ot our local butcher, Thos. Gill. Mr. Warren has taken an Interest in the Champion meat market and intends to maKB"Champlon his home. Mrs. Beedham of Spokane, Wash., 20 PtR CENT greater' THAN LAST YEAR Winnipeg, Mar. 11,-"The amount,. , in the. three pra'irlo provinces prepared for tho cojning'c'rop is 20 per cent greater than last year. Not only la. there this increase In tho land that will be under cultivation, but It has all been pro-pared In a much better way than In preceding years," said .). Bruce Walker, commissioner of Immigration, who returned this morijlng from an oxtenslvo tour ot' tho west. * .;. .;. 4> � 0 > � UBte ot Royal College ot.Dental.Sur B^ons Toronto and bolder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Otllca: rooirig 'C-0 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. )3U. L. 'i\ ALLEN-DENTIST. (suc-cesBor to.DrB.Courtioe & Giiohrist). araduate ot Urilveraity ot Maryland. lioo^B 8-9 Mucdonald Btock. Phona. lies. Lgthbrldge, Alta. > VllS; MAIW8) Atib mahrs-DENT l�ti. SucooBsors to Dra. Stewart and McCluro, Hoitra 9 to 6. OCtico: Hlg- Inbotham Bld^ok. Phone 374. _ "i)r. B. O., 8IMMONDS-DENTIST,' memlter bt I^oyaJ Gollpgo, of. Sur vepai: -B, O�ioe C-8,HI� Inbotham Block Phone 1616, y bR. T. W. Soa-r-mmiST, 01tAi>U-te North Vlfestern,Dental Unlver* Uy, Clitifias'). ptftca phone 783:. r�>-idonco 'pbohe 7B2.. Offices; Uuioa Dank Building. " , U80 BAKERY . . kliuCBY .& CO. HIQH-CLASS BAK-� ory, for pastry that you can-depend 11,4'upon boing made. on t home-mai^e prlnolDlesl'-lCirkby & Co., 006 3r0 Avp/^S. Tho,n'o 1(127,' \ Tenders will be recelypd by the undersigned up-to noon of.Monday, April 15th, 1918. fbr the construction ot a four. (4) roomed brick and tilo ,BQho61 house with basement. \ Tenders will be Bubjept-to sale of debentures.  Plans and spocttlcationa together With any other Informalilon ne^cessary may bo obtained "onWplicatlon to M, A. Ha'rdie, Chairman of Trustees, Tho Truateea reserve, the right tp reject any 01; all tenders. \, Cheque for 5 per centl ot tho total amount tendered must In all cjases accompany tho bid._ Given under my, hand at Burdett, Alberta, this 8th day of March, 1918. F. A. L.UMBA.RD, Sec, STRAYED-From Hardlevllle, 2 horses, one ot them white pony, no brand, vhe otlier a bay inare with star in forehead, and white back legs, no brand, with S months' black colt. Return to John Sklboo, HardloviUe. ?15.00 ire-ward. 80-G LOST-WiU the person who found purse containing money, gold watch and 'chain, fountain pen, glasses and necklace aet In pearls on the train going south from � Vulcau on March 7th, please communicate with . Mias I. M. Dickinson, Blackle, and receive' a suitable rewaa-d, __77-8 STRAYED^Fi^m ray farm "near �Nobleford, one blue roan mare about 6 years old, weiglf't about 1150 lbs., rather short, chunky built, and one blue mare with, haltor on when she left, weight about i250 lbs, more rangy bfilt, both branded on . left thigh These animals were,raised on ranch south ot Pakowkl and suspect they are working that direction.- Any information leading,to recovery will bo rewarded. H. E. �Miobach, 648 9th St. South, Lethbridge. 75-6 OIIGAN SALE-Prices .>:15.00 and up. Terms to suit. Como and lake your pick. Willis  Pianos, Hull Block, SrtlUfl visiting her son, Frank Hardlsty. Ave. S. fiO-tf] The ladles aid met at the homo of Mrs. F. Hardisty, Thursday afternoon last. A large number ot ladles were present. A letter was read from the Church and Parsonage Co., acknowledging $100 sent by the ladies on tho parsonage account some days ago. The ladies aid anniversary. May 10th, will be celebrated by a sale of work. Home made cookery and eivtortain-ment in the evening. Rev. Haddon, Mrs. Stoddart and Mrs. Johnson were appointed program committee. During the afternoon a dainty lunch was served by the president, Mrs. Hard isty. Evangelist Bartjdn, completed a very successful campaign in tho Champion churcli lust Friday evening. Sad to relate Mr. Barton went direct to Ponoka from Champion.- At an ofKclal board meeting, which was largely attended last Saturday, Rev*. Haddon was unanimously Invited to remain another year as pastor of the Champion church. Mra. A. J. Jopling, secretary of the Red Croaa who has been sick tor pome time is spending a few days in Banff. The next work session ot the Red Cross win be held at the home of Mrs. Harper, Vulcan street, Friday afternoon. Funeral Service The funeral service ot 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 atteu'dedt R^. Haddon conducted the service-and gave a most helpful address illustrating his remarks from the beautiful carnations that adornoiV the casket. Thb pall-beaiters were Genevieve Harper, Isabel Laldlaw, Ulah Summera and Gretta Stjminers. The interment took place the same afternoon at the cem etery, three miles north of town. Mrs. Floyd wishes to thank" the people of Champion and community for the many expressions of heartfelt sympathy and kindness extended to them during their recent bci'eavement. Is it not: time for they citizens of Champion to get together tor tho pur P039 of organizing a local cemetery association. Two or three proposi HOUSE SEEKER! LET YOUR WORRIES END RIG^T ilERE! . 1 HAVE F0) Stable* .......... 1064 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINa COAL. C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 Sth St. 8. Phono 43S FOR SALE-Encyclonoedla Britannlca ninth and tenth edlMn, throe quarter Levant binding, in rirst class condition. Cost $175. What offers Apply .gox,12. Herald. _ /''S-� FOR SALE-Coal mlde, near Taber, producing 3(1 tons per day, for sale or lease. Good proposition to experienced men. f2000.000 handles, or will take hive stock -or coal on track. Balance easy. Apply Box 3S, Herald. 73-12 AGENTS WANTED GET OUR PROPOSITION for responsible men and women. Permanent repeat order business that pays big profits. Hundreds enjoying big money earnings from Uie business we have helped tliem build, 'Why not you? Leawark Manufacturing Co., Foster, Cjue. . , Ad's AUTOMOBILES FOR'SALE fWlion Replying ' M"ntlon v Thn vrornirti FOR SALE-At' a'-bargain. Ford car with truck body, in good, condition. Apply H.' B. Mcji^lyea, 1204 4th Ave. S., Lethbrldgo. - . 72-0 FOR SALE-Ford roadster In good r^r ipair. At a bargain. Conzet and Kar-ron, Room 7, Shepard Block, Lcth- bridge, Alta, _ ^ 78-6 FOR SALE-Dodge Touring Car,.''lUlV model, guaranteed in, first olaas running shape. -,New tires. Price.|1060. Winter top tor thia car $200,00 extra. Apply Boulton,' Phone 1206.- 79,-6 M. Ai HARDIE, .Chairman.  Burdett, S. D. No, 23. Ad P meuectrical JjDsyPPLlES ,A'ND ALL Klti^OB^ OP \ s TRICAL W.ORK. , MILNE'S TRANSFER jLATE TURNER ye have In stock at .present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines ^Rebdred NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Aye. 8. ' Phone 173C SPEI^CE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Jaxi Servicer 6--CARS--6 Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Ottica next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: I am. about to"' start ah oxpreas delivery unvler' the name of /Our Stoi>es Defivery and I will be glad to contract for your delivering.^Guaranteeing you good prompt service. Secure your contracts now and help solve the.problem of the returned aoldiers and thQ^.urg. ently needed'help for tho farm-er.a 8QT. J. QOBELLE . Phore 1PD8 ' WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prieet. LBTHBRIDGE HIDE. 'PELT � FURtCO. Rear C.P.R. .References: Office Phone ^99, Residence Phoni 32S Telegraph Standard Bank Offlcsa Dr.A.T.Spahkie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NO8E AND THROAT SPECIALIST. , Office rooms; 121-122 -Nevr P. Burns Building, Corner Sth AtIl tnd 2nd St. lilaat, Calgary.'"- ' /Otfico Phone M284S \ Residence Phone MSOTT Interne and Ho.ise burgeon, Manhattan. Bye, Ear. Nose and Tliront;Hospital, New York City. mi-lSH. Speelailat to Calgary. toliobl \, , I . Board 274at Wanted! Skiff ^ A BLACKSMITH TO LOCATB A SHOP. VERY GOOD OPEN-, , . . . ING. ���  . ' '\CHA8. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta^ - IgSSi t>^ DDNT FDRCET THE war veteran WHEW YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please nohry, J. R. OLIVER ^ ^ BOARD OF TRADE -OR - ,[ J. F. RITCHIBia^a^^'j, ;