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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^turday, march 1g, 1918 THE LCTIIBRIDGK DAIf^Y IjJilRALP page three J- PROFESSIONAL CARDS fo|l SAtiE-(AKrlcultural) G. Hanly, SUrlliiB. \ �3-0 GUNSMITHS |�UNSMmiS & LOCKSJ^ltHS-Gun Uafrela straightened, guns rdstock-td, Bun work donb by a eunsmitb, /Uisya mado, Kioks repnlfed, blcyoles, typewriters, "phonographB, nny llRht WftcUlndry repaired,' lawn mowers horpenod. D. J3. Macdonal.J. Indian � Motorcycle Ai^ut, Phouo 1032, 412 -llh Ave. S. ' ^ MEDICAL TT5otToTro"AlTiFAiTir all Third AvonuQ South  Office hours.............' 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.ra. Suiirtnya................. 2-3 p.m. Ami by uppolntmonl. Telephone 1253 PIANO TUNINO �. H. CUIPPS. BXPEHT TONKR- Player-l'lauo nnU Organ Repairer; SO years' factory cxportCuca. IIoU' ' ours Certificate M.T. A3sa., London, Knglond. Reterencos to tUo leading inuslclnna of the olty. I'hono mSGth Ave.- A. South. PRIVATE. HOSPITALS^ SsunTAL-M US. I'lllVATB UOSJPITAL-MllS. VAN ilaurlom's I'rlvalo Hospital and Matoruity Home. 122* 7Ui Avonua South. Phono 746. " . EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411 8th St. South, LethBridoo Day anu avenlng aohooL phorthuuU, TypcwnUuft, lioukUoeplne. and all Commerclul SubjeiswJ Officte Phone 1315 Residence PhJno 'or Principal 1531. Whito for Full Information. shoe REPAIRING tJHOlS UEl'AlUliNO-Phone 1717 . tor your shoo repairs. Work done ujomptly, Ordera called for anil delivered. t'rauU' Miles, 611 4th Ave. South. N UUS. CONNOR, MCNALUY & JAMIB-son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. , Ttleph'onoai- Offico 319; Rosldenos 61�� Office hours: 11. to 32 a.m.; 1.30 tOs3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. UK. TAYLOli--l!;ar. "Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Shorloclc Bl(i�." Office hours 10-12; 2-^5; evenings by polntment. Phones; Office 341; Ro� __ldfinco 603. � \'jji:'ir'vv. tUlUtSW, physician and Surgeon, Office Shoppar(\ niocli opposlio Starlnnd Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Offlco hours: 11 to 12; 1.30 to'3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence 420, _��irSt._S.. Phone'1494.___ bli. j'. E. liOVEltlNU, i'hyslpain and Surgpon. ^ X-Uay equipment'. > Oltico and rosldSnco, S13 Srd Ave. south. Hours 11-1'2, and 7-5. Telephone da> 'ami night 1242. 2!)C-0 1)K. U. W. LEECH, M.D;, G..\l., HUysl-oIaii)an(l Surgeon. Otflco, Sherlock ?ilock, Lethbrldgu. Phone 3S9. Uosl-deuce 1111 flth Avenue. Phone 100" Offlco hoars: 11 to IMS; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to S; Bundaya: ).30 to 3.00. DR. n.-. tV LYNNritOO.M ti, REIITKll lllock, above Consumer's Hardware. , Offlcojiours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-S p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phone: Offlco 469, Res. 5!)U., __ WeldinO 0."Y-ACETi'l.ENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, cornorTst Street. , Avecuo-jjnd lOih VULCANIZING UP TO DA'lUi'TIRE REPAIRINQ and retreading oifr specialty. E.\pres3 paid ouu \vtiy 6u out of towu custom. Prompt service. Phone 7'JO. 2u8 13lh at. 'riouth. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. U. RUchIo, Jlanagor. BICYCLES C1.E\?ELAND AND INDIAN BICY-�cles tor sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A largo stock ot accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south.- Phone 1032. 02-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. KETTBRLY, LEaUINO FUNBH-al director and licensed erabaiiner, motor or horse driven hearses. Par-lot-a, opposite Court House. Office phoai 6U1, r;!sldence phana 117d. _ Open day and pigbL ll:ickAY. & MbcKaY-funeral Directors an^ Practical EmbiUners; l| .office and ;-dsidence... Slbtor, and '' horse drawn eijiiipmoni. 803 3rd Ave. S. Phouo lii02. Always open, never cloiiod. FARM PRODUCE farm products limited �WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MIJAL. Inspectors at Coaldalo, Lethbrldga. Raymond and Magrath. Wbothor you want to buy or 'sail we will niall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. P.01 SHERLOCK OUILDINQ Lethbrldos ' : ; : : Phont 777 W, J LJoyo, Mgr., Res. Phone 368 (VI. R. Hazcll, ^cct.. Res. Phone 1753 CHIROPHACTORS_ SMITH &, i^MlTH-iTyRUM SMITH and June B/ Smith.-rlt you are sick end want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and - got well Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model llaliery, hour* lt.30 to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1077. FOR .SAIvlC-3 yoiiniK cows to bo ffeSh soon, cheap tor cash, 23!) 15th St. N. 80-6 Fdy. SALE-'i'wo Jersey cows, young uiirt very goiille. Just fresh. Apply WoHtbrook IJros., 303,0tli St. S. 73-0 FOR S"A'LI'>-^t~yoar"oTd mare .inloal. nalterhrolfc. Apply W. H.- IJrInkall, lllver Bottom, West of Power House. 80-2 .;. :./ ,; .;. FOR SALE OH TRADE-Refiiaterod IloJfltoiii bull. For fiii-llinr Infovitialiou write J. 0. EllinKson, P. O. Box 55, Grassy Lake, Alta. 80-0 U n QCCTC Whslsiiilo andRslill, 1S0lo200 n W n OCi 9 heailcillilKhclaii Matiltob) nliani). AucllonsaleThvisdays , E. W. MoLEAN'S SALE STABLES Cor. Arllmitnn and Aloxandfir - , Wlnnlpon GERMl^NY AND THE QUESTION ? FOOD Toronto, Mar. 1�.-Rov. Dr. T. bert Moore, general HCf'r(!t;uy ot the ] havo been appenrlng A loyal United Slittcs citizen of '^Gorman .birth, who ha.n hoiKthr libcr-j ally of Llborty bonds and tlirift certificates, recciilly made an illumlnal-^''�Miig 8tat�m(!iiL concerning .vtoiic.'j tliat from time to FOR SALK-BO pIgK welBhing/lOO to itO ll)H. 10 young hows In pig.' 1 how 2 ycar.4 old, In pii;., wcdglilng 350 lbs. Ono rcg!.",l(;rod Berli.shlro boar, 1 year ol(K_A|)|)ly Box 21, Herald.__79--0 ' '"A SNAP I'^OR SAhK-A second liand 75 li.p. Ca3ci steam engine wllli Hamo boilor pr(3SHuru as a new pngine; also S bottom I'. & O. plow. Tliis Ih u snap. Apply McMalion Machine Co. SO-.'i. iJVlelhotH.'sL Social Servli;c DiMiartmonl in a letter to the Globe explain.s hio po-.Hltton In regard to tlio cv.m- of Captain (!(iorgo Bailey,'who i?. at proaent under sentenco for nnikintj fortain Htntements ;tboiit condiliuus; at the front. Dr. Monro oxprcssR.^ * urprlsc that tile crown did not call lilm as a witness and complain.^! of lidug .ind-dlod with tlie rosponalbiliiv U\ Cap-lain lialley making tlio :'t.-it(;iin'nt he did. After explaining bow ln' mol Captalu llalloy on a stroot car, hi-. .MDori:: dc-clarc'j thut no rcfereni;!) ua:; Mia(l(! to the aoldicr.i at the from. Ili; said: "Captain Bailey retorri'd ^to vai-lo'iis which emphasized tln' value .of total al)Htin�nce in speciliu).' Ilio rcr.ov-cry of soldiers when ;-ieiii to Uin liO:i-pltiU and he. rurther ititinuiUMl that when soldicrH were propfj-ly insinictcd APPEAL FOnWS I heavy horses, 3 sots of liarneaa, 1 new heavy teaming ijcar and box, 1 gang l)Iow, 1 disc harrpw, V diamond barrow and cart, 1 lop buggy. AU in good shape. What offers. Address 30U 8tli Ave. A, sonlli. 78-G yiiXCT"oiri''6iri57XK^^T24"'T sene burner with plows. Now outfit. Will bq sold-for less money.than engine cost alone. Reason for selling, buying larger outfit. Auto Repair Shop, 324 lllh St., rear Y. M. C. A. ' 7'a~G fi/IUSIC MISS AILEEN M, JONES-PlanotOrtt Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C, C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the -examinations ' ot tho Royal Academy and Royai Coilego of Music, London, Eu., last year were succesituL Studio. 623 9th Street South. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN- Gas engine and five bottom breaking plow. Small caali payment, balnnoo In breaking. This outfit is in good repair and MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teachin,? experience. Studio fully equipped wllh black-boord. keyboard, scale ladder, mod-ulaUng board, etc. Studio 122G 6th Ave. A. South. _DANCINC LESSONS MISS GLADS AfTREE-^Classes and private Iqssons tor adults and children at y. M. C, A, Lethbridgo. every Thursday and Friday. Phono 1695. ___CLEANING AND OVEING THE VALET-SPECiALTSTST French Dry dleaning. Our process elimihatea danger of Injury to garments. Only tho highest, class work ijrned out No dyeing. Immediate Blention Is given to country orders, S24 'Gth f5troet South. Phone 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Re-_ pairing and alterations well done at ' reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. 410 CtU Street South. Phone 534. . 261-30 lee WING, the. Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High, class v7ork at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th SL S. Phone 1019. 286-24 DRESSMAKING__ FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Rossa, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1SG9. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers antl Painters Knlsomlnlng, Oenor^l Decorstint and Sign, Writing. Estimates given.-The oldest established painters In Lethbrldge. Has. Phono 1472; office plipno l' ' uate 0t Royal Cgljege ot.Dontal Sur svona Toronto and holder ot a Dom-inlda Doptai Cftrtlticate; Office! rooms C-6^ryan Block. Phone 11)71. bit U T. ALLBN-DENTIST. (SUO ceasor to Dra. Cburtice & Ollchrlst). QraduaU ot University of Maryland. Kooica' 8-!> Macdonald Block. Phont HQS. LethbHdge, Alta. bus. MARi^ ANU MARKS-DENT-lets. SucCessdra to Drs. Ktowart and McCliire. HourivP to 6,'Ottlca: Hlg;k Ilillor, wiiojs said to inivo c:u-apod from internment cami)s in India and Japan, was sent today to I'ort Ogol-tliorpe, Oa,, as a daiigcrou'i enamy alien. for SALE-(iVHscelliineous)- iWhcn itpplylng Mention -rtia Herald) FOR SALl-:;-We have a pi-i'tty ii^i or- l)r dgo, Alia. (5-0 i------.----=,----.4----------.- �T-Tpr-jFOR QUICK SALE-For cash. A WILL SELL at public auction at Ta-ber, Alberta, March IGlh: 5 geldings, weight 1550 lbs., age G; '5 geldliigs, weight 1300 lbs., age 6; 2 mares, weight 1300 lbs., age G; 1 mare in foal, -weight 1600 lbs., age G; 1 mare in foal, weight 1350; 2 geldings, weight 1500, age 8 and 9. All horses sound and broke and good confirmation. Owner H. Simpson. _ 71-12 FOR SALE-One 25 h,p. Case engine, with Cool balance valve; one 36-58 Red River Special separator -vvUh new Langdon feeder, water tanlc, bunk car and cook car fully equipped, all in good condition. Engine will do for spring plow^ing, I am in the. automobile business and cannot handle the threshing outfit too. Will give a good deal for cash?^ interested write to Box .49, Bayfliond. � 80-G piano, $150.00. Apply G24 12th St, G. -Ox FOR QUICK SALE - Piano In good condition, $85,00. Can bo scon at 702 Itith St, N. f _ 80-2 FOR SALE--Two box ball alleys. Ap-ply T. Kennedy, .410 13tli St. north. 811-7 time on the food shortage In Germany and the ctCcctH ot tlic hlocldido. "It is folly to place tuu muoh conti-donco in Germany's food shortage," Hald lie, "as a factor in bringing poace. I was u laborer in Frankfort for twelve years before coming to llio (,'n-Ited States, and my tatlier lieforo me also was a laborer tlioro. Tliu pay ho received and the pay I rooolved was not generous enougli, cM'.n in tho most priK^poroUH time.H, to provido \vi with haft the dalntleS with-which the American workman's table ts provid-od, , '"fhe German workman Is accustomed to-short rations, l/erc in Am erica we road tiial a German family is limited to many poun;!:-; ot potatoes a week and no many ounces ot butter and broad and suga:-, and we say 'tliat uiean.'t tln! war can't last long; nobody can livn on that.' On i llu; contrary, Gormans can live on i these rations a'nd liavo been llvitiK on ; thoin for year.s. | "l^nlosH I am miu-h niititaUcn. Gcr-1 many will ho, ablo lo stagger along, for tho simple rca.Hoii lliat Grrmaus never wore heayy eater:;, oxcopt those of the well-to-do clans. The Gorman i workman never was well fed when I i lived in Germany. "Tho blockade may have Its effect, but the only real way to defeat Ger-[ many is by force of arms. That Is why I have contributed my share of money to help win tho war for the United States. I know wliat German faro means. I camo to this country to escape slow starvation, low wages and poverty. 1 have been better fed. and belter clothed by far since coming here; and I have been able to save money and keep square with my fellow man. I wouldn't go back to Germany and I don't want any Germany o'i'or here. If my savings can herp de-teat the German plan of life, I shall feel that I am doing a bit in the,inter-eat of righteousness and square dealing. I intend, to let the Government have every cent pf money 1 can spare, for democracy has done a million times more tor me since I have been here tlian the German plan did tor all the generaUons of my laboring family." Boise, Idaho, Mar. 16.-On receipt of a telegram from tho aher- , Iff of Benwah county at St. Mary's, Idaho, Informing him that serious trouble with Industrial Workers of tiffe World had broken put there, Governor Alexander telegraphed to the commandant of the western division at San Franclcco an urg-ent plea that the United States troops bo ordered to St. Mary's at once. The governor aald he would declare martial law In effect If I. W. W. troubles continue in the northern part of the state. FOR SALE-164 opera chairs in first class condition, made for .sloping floor. Apply Alex M. Morrison, Coleman, Alberta. � ' 76-6 ORGAN SALE-Price.s $3r),00 and up. Teriris to suit. Come and take your pick, Willis' Pla'hos, Hull Block, Srd ^Ave, S. ^___SO-G FOTl SALE-Three pair well bred canaries. Also one talking magpie and a good talking parrot. Apply 1'-Kohricd.v. 410 13th St. north, 81-7 VETS WANIFREE WATER AND LIGHT Tlie Veterans Club is In need ot more funds to help tho Institution keep .___________ going until such-lime as a large mem j FOR SALE-Confectioners brass roll-} borship is available, on tho return ot __i ers, 4% Inch, with standard, in splen- j n,ore men, and as a result tho assocla- LOST-Between .jjost offico and C.P.R. I did condition. 13 pair. What offers, ^jg^ jts j^gt meeting passed a res- lost and found hlghlHio, blue and black check mack-1 Apl)ly__Box_K)^lRrald^___78-G inaw. Reward for return to City Cart- , JoR SALE-Victor Victrola, with over age, 406 5th St. S. 7G-G j (jftv records, inatrument alone cost jiOb. Will accept ,'5100 cash. Also Bem-tngton Typewriter $15.00 for quick sale. S35 Gth St. S. SO-2 OST-Small, groon, flat purse,, containing $5.00 gold piece and small amount ot paper bills. Finder leave at Herald and receive reward. 81-0 LOST-One Iron grey pony, 3 years old. Branded W on left shoulder. Had halter on when lost. Last seen at Hardievllle. Return to 1284 14th Ave. N, and receive reward. 79-G STRAYED - Prom Kimball, .bay Hackney and bay Clyde, 3 and 4 yepir old colts. Branded on left shoulder. Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive reward. 75-12 LOST-Two steers, branded oiljk, right ribs. Two heifers brand-[H ed on left hip. $5.00 re _ ward apiece for Infornintlon leading to recovery. Gust ErfH-nan,'Barons. 80-6 IjOST-Tlireo 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. F. Bon-nell Livei-y Barn, Lethbrldge. Owner, John Stout. 77-G STRAYED-From Hardievllle, 2 horses, one of them white pony, no brand, the other a bay mare with star In forehead, and white back logs, no brand, witii 8 months' black colt. Return to John Skidov, Hardievllle. $15.00 reward. � 80-C LOST-Will the person who found ptirso containing money, gold watch and chain, fountain pen, glasses and necklace set In pearls on. the train going south from Vulcan oh March 7th, please communicate with Miss I, iiT. Dickinson, Blnckle, and receive a suitable reward. 77-8 automobiles kor sale FOR SALE-At a bargain. Ford car with truck body, Mn good condition. Apply H. B. McElyea, 1264 4th Avo. S., Lethbrldge. ' � 72-0 yOR SALE-Two steam boilers. One 12 hprso power, oite 8 horse power. Both working under 100 lbs. pressure. In good condition. Crystal Dairy Co. Limited. i , 81-G HOUSE SEEKER! LET YOUR WORRIES END RIGHT HERE! I HAVE FOR SALE AT A Genuine Snap A cosy comfortable home on car line, within 6 or 7 minutes of post offlco. Four bed rooms, dining room, parlor, Mtchen and bath. Dining room and entrance hall burlapped and pannoUed. Chicken houso and building suitable for garage at rear. Nice lawn and shade ti'ees, $2500.00 No better buy In town than this. Terms Arrangec). FRANK WADDINGTON The Auctioneer Residence 469 Office 770 FOR SALE CHE.\P-An auto repair shop with tools, A chance for a mechanic to make better than wages. Good JEfolng business. Box 16, Herald. - 79-6 F'OR SALE OR E.XCHANGE-Gent.s' diamond and ruby rings, both set 18k Bplld gold, tor cottage, south side, suitable for shop, to be rerhovod. Box 2G, Herald. - SO-6 �FOR SALE-Cheap, A good wanm chicken coop 8x10. Also 6 single comb Rhode Island Rod cockerels, $2.00 each. " A. W. Jones, 1733 7th Ave. N. � , 75-6 olution asking the city to grant free water and light. The resolution roads a,s follows: Whereas the existence and upkeep ot Uiis organization is tlireatoned with failure unless it receives the hSarty support ot the public in this city by subscription antl otherwise; And whereas tho recent gift of $000.00 per annum voted by the City Coiniuissloners is being discounted by the fact that a great proportion of snob gift is at present finding its way back to tho city's treasury In return, for water and light; Bo it resolved that in view ot tho fact that such water and light can be supplied to this Association without any apprecialjlo loss to the city, tho commlasioners bo urge'd to grant tho same to ihls. organization without cliai-ge and that such grant be In tho nature of a perpetual gift. FOR SALE-Eiicyclopoedla Brltannlca ninth arid tenth edition, three quarter Levant binding, in first class condit-loif. Cost $175, V.'hat offers. Apply -Box 12, Herald, . � , 78-6 FOR SAIjE-Coal liilue, ijear Taber, producing 30-tons per day, tor sal^ or lease. Good proposition to experienced men. $2000.000 handles, or will take live slock or coal on track. Balance easy. Apply Box 38, Herald. 73-12 TENDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF SICK WARD AT THE PROVIN-rtAL ASYLUM, PONOKA, 4lTA. To INVESTORS The following selected Farm Lands for sale direct from tKe owner. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Lands are all located close C. P. Railway,' Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par. , t : / 'a Roe. V ,Twp, W4th All section .........11-10-10 Three quarters .....8-10-14 South Half .........21-S-14 South Half .........29- 8-14 North West ,..-.....33-8-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11-8-17 E.CMOE c-o. Canadian Bank of Commerce Lethbrldge FOR SALE-Ford roafister In good repair. At a bargain. Conzet and Kai�-ren,' Room 7, Shepard Bloolc, Lethbrldge, Alia.  ' 78-6 FOR SALE-Dodge Touring Car, lulV modoU guaranteed in first class running shape. New tiros. Price $1050, Winter top for this car $200.00. extra. Apply Boultou, Piioiie 120G. ' -79-6 CIRKBY & qo. HIQll-pLASS IJAK-pry, fbr'paistry that ypu, can dop^ind upon helriig ijiaa� oh honie-roiide prlnclplesV KlV'kby'& Co., 600'^w' ^Avo,;;S.':il^oiie^l637r " W;Ii. McKenxie & (Ho. : PHPMB >?� \ 1jir-�rd. .Ave.- 8. FOR SALE-Ford roadster, � cheap. By owner. Special coramerclalbudy �ivlth apieridtd coati � ot paint. Qroy, equipped with prostp lights, Master vibrator, etc. In first class running order. Leave .address -with Bdx 29 Herald so I can call and sliow tliti car. Price $250.00. 81-fi - used car "snaps On account of the, aearoity of la> ' bor you must have quick trahs|)or' tatlon; Our used car department pah' take care of you, ' We Qijarantse every used'car to be in first class runnln(| erttsr. 'baalim MOTOR^ GOMPANt Sealed tenders, addressed to the undorslgne'd and endorsed, "Tender for Slok \Yard, Ponoka," will be received up to 12 o'clock ,upon, April 8th, 1918. \  Bach tender must bo acdompanled by an accepted cheque, payable to the Minister of Public Works, to the amount of five per cent (5%) of the tender. ; Should this contract be awarded, the successful bidder Bhall be required to exedhte a guarantee bond � oiv an approved Surely Company to tho amount ,ot twenty,por cent (20%.V of the contract. The cheques ot tho . unsucoesaful contractors will bo returned within six days after tho contract is awarded^ "IJlio right is reserved to reject any or allbids or to wpivoeny defect. Plans nnd specifications will be is-svied to applicants on or about March 20th. 1918. Application shall be made to tUo Provincial Architect, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, aobompani (od by a.deposit of ton (?10.0Q) dollara Which will bo refunded on return , ot plaiia $knd Bpociflcatlons and bona tide ton'der. Dieted .It Edmonton, this 13th'day ot March, 1918. - L, C. CHARLEaWOBTH, Deputy Minister, ol Public Workaj � � ��'^A K RSH,SflLDeSlE  MISSING FRl PARADE New York, Mar. 16.--Three thousand women, each with a service,flag representing a relative In tho service, wno otherwise would have been among the marchers, wore assigned to places in tho ranks of the 25,000 St. Patrick's Day paradors here today. \ iFor the first time since t]ie civil war tlie famous Sixty-Ninth Iteglment was ngt In line and tho ranks tft tho First Hoglment ot Irish -Volunteers had dwindled from ono thousand to 200, the other 800 being with tho fighting forces. The standard bearers nt tho head of oacli several hundred soclctiog Ireland county organizations and local Msli clubs wore warned not, to carry any flags other than tho Stars and Stripes, tho Irish flag and the service flag. At the annual dinner tonight ot'tho Sons of St.vPatrick one ot tho many celobrations.VSecretary of . tho Navy Daniels has been Invited to spealt. u. s. casualties start coming FARMLANDS -ances: Standard Bank Offlco Phono 79� v, Reildanoe Phone 320 ' Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D, C. M. , ' EYE, EAR, NOSB AND THROAT SPECIALIST.' Otflco roorat, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave, nd 2nd 8t. Baat, Calgary. -Office Phono M2g4S Itesldence Pboue M2079  Interne^ and Ho.iaa BurMos, sMantiattan Bye. Bar, Noat ami' Throat Hospital, K�w York City. wn.l�14. \ jjMelaliaf �e Calgary toliM) Board a74-a� TO THE MERCHANTS, . CITY OP LETHBRlDQEf. Qentlemen: I am about tci' start pn express delivery under tho name of Our Stores Delhreiy and I will be glad to contract for your delivering. Guaranteeing you Kood prompt aervlca. Secure your contracts now and help solve the problem ot tha returned soldiers and the urgently needed help tor tUa farm-or, SGT. J. E. QOBELL5 > Phone 1858 Wanted! at Skiff A BLACKSMITH XO LOCATE A'SHOP. VERY GOOD OPENING. -CHA8. T. COUSINS Raymond,'Alberta__^, 3^1^ THE iWAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OF^ER V Please nohfy, , J.R. OLIVER SOARO OF TRADE" .........:0R J. F. RITCHIE . SEC' J. F. RiTcme ;^ v c'Y VEJ^ERANS;,CLUJJ{' l,y> ;