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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGES DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE! PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR SALE-(Affrlculiural) (Whnn Uoplylng Mention The Herald) Apply GUNSMITHS J- GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, gima restock' ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys in a do, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonakl, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 103a, 412 4th Ave. S. MEDICAL PIANO TUNING Q. H. CllIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; SO years' -factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Aflsn., London, England. References to the leading musicians of the fifty. Phons 11W 1353 6th.Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS JPRIVATB HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital �nd Maternity Home. 1221 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. EDUCATIONAL 3TOII OALRRA1TH 914 Third Avcnuo South, Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ,..............2-3'p.m. And by appointment. Telephono 1253 Uliti. CUNNOn, JMciNALLY & JAMIE- eon-Offico, 109 Sherlock Block Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 tb 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. FOR SALti-300 young owes. W. Simpson, Warner, Alia. , FOU SAL 13-Two Jersey "cows, young and very gentle. Just fresh. Apply Westbrook Br oh., 303 fifh St. S. 73-0 FOft SAL1C -Good 1 eamTmaro fi~year8 old, gelding 5 years old, weight 2800 lbs. 112_19th St. North Lethbridge. 86-0 FOR SALlC-Two"'gbbd�iiik"cowsV'wUli calves at foot, and several springers. ^pi!il111 mh st N- Edt Ktllg* H2'� FOR HALE-Two"punT"bred Percheron stallions, rising two years old. Chas. HarKer, Magrath, � 8-1-0 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 6th St. South, Lethbridge Day una evening scuooL JBborthaud, Typewriting, liookKoeplrig. aud all Commercial tiubjects. ^ Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1331. White lor Full information. BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL and Business i College for girls, Cranbrook, B. C. Full commercial course, pup-lls^prepared for public school examination in district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlsienno. Write Miss Chemngton, Prineipal.- 86-2G DR. TAYLOR-Ear, iiyo, Noae and Throat; 115 Shorlock Bldg. Office hourB 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. : Phonos; Office 341; Roe* Idence 503. __ Jm7 tuller; physician and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, room* 3 to 4. Office hours: 11 io 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones; Office 780; Residence 420, 8th St. S, Phone 1494.__ DR."J. 13. LOVERINO, Physical and Surgeon. X-Ray eau^pment. *V*fice and residence, 512 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, I-ii and 7-9. Telephone - day night 1-42. ,___296-0 DR. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., Physician aud Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, kethbridgo. Phono 389. Kest-dence 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Offico h~urs: 11 to 1MB; 1.30 to 3 00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DU. R. \V LYNNrndOM i>, REUTEH Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phone: Offico 469, Res. 599. UADCCC Wfiolesali and Retail, 1Mio20 nUliOliaW headofMlhelauMinlfnfjjfarm iMreo andceldingialwayionhand. AuctlonsaliTttursdiys j E. W. McLEAN'S SALE STABLES Cor. Arlington and Ataxunder - Winnipeg CHIROPHAGTOKS FOR SALE-Team of mares, young and well broke; also pony, suitable for children to drive or ride. Apply 1401 5th Ave. N. 82-6 FOU SALE-Ono~~6~bottoin~Cockshu"tt engine gang plow with stubble and breaker bottoms, $200.00. H. J. Flock, Raley, Alt a.___85-2 TOR~SALE-Stewart sheep clipping machine complete, 3 man outfit. Apply C. A. Van Brocklin, P.O. Box 77?,, Le t h b ridge. _ 84-6 IVOR" SAf7i^One~liuhdred and fifty tonu of first class timothy and blue joint mixed. All A1 hay. Apply to J. B. Schimck, Coaldale__ FOR SALE-J." 1 TCase" 9-18 tractoflxud plow, cheap if taken at once. For further particulars write to Box 511, Lethbridge. 83-0 * 1A R E S FOR sXCe^bToIco an died r p ready to go to work, Ono mile south and two miles west of West Lethbridge Ecliool. Bon McGovern. 81-(> SHOE REPAIRING ISilUJd UiilPAUUNU-Pnone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done mrouu>tly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Ave. South, WELDING_ "vvkldIHo 4J.vY-ACJfiTVLJUNK WKLD1NU - W. N, Kvth, corner 1st Avsnue and 10th Strest. VULCANIZING BP 'I'O DATlfl '1 REPAIRING an retreading our specialty. Expies3 paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 7D0. 208 13th St. flouth. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. d. Ritchie, Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY- cles for sale. All makes of bioyoles repaired. A large atock of accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gun-smith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 SMITH As SMITH-HYUUM SMITH and Juno B. Smith.-If you are sick and Want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and .#et well Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, 2*ours >.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677.^ 'I MUSIC MISS A1LEEN M, JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory* supervision of H. C. O. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London. Bn., last year were euocesstuL Studio. 628 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACH KB of Piano, Harmony and Theory Over ten years* teaching experience. Studio fully equipped frith black board* keyboard, scale ladder, mod ulatlnjr, hoard, etc. Studio 12IC 5tn Ave. A. South. FOR SALE-a Percheron geldings, years, 1400 Ins., 1 Clyde mare, 7 years, lfiCO lbs. Wm. Ingram, Room D, Balmoral Block,, Lethbridge, Phone 1245, evenings 4S0. _ _ 82-i> FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-12-25 Keroseno tractor, thoroughly overhauled and guaranteed to be In first class condition. Auto Repair Shop, rear Y. M. C. A._85-6 FOR sale One 27 horsepower Minneapolis steam engine, carrying 175 pounds pressure, In first class shape. Apply Allen Jack, Lethbridge, p"hone 1544. 83-6 undertaking �7S. F&TTJttlliLY, LliAOINCi FCN.KR- al director and licensed eiabouucr, motor or horse driven heareee. Parlors, oppoaite Court House, Office plioa. 531, residence pb�ne IXH. Open day and night SJaoKA Y i MacKA Y-FUNJERAL Directors and Practical Embaimers; office and .evidence. Motor and horse drawn cuuipment. 803 3rd Ave. & Phone lb02. Always open, never deed. bakery kirkbv & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK- ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby'& Co., 606 3rt' Ave. S. Phone 1627. - ^_qancing '.ESSON3 MISS gladsaTtree Classes and private lessons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1G96. CLEANING AND DYEINO �F8CIAL7ST� FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED wholesale hay, POTATOES and alfalfa MJ$AU Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Wliether y6u want to buy or sell we will mail y:u our Weekly Mar ket Cant on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Uethbridos : j : : Phone 777 W j Uoya, Mgr., Res. Phono 366 Art. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Pfione 1753 THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class 'Work turned out No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orders S24 6th Street South. Phone 1812 WILL SELL at puWic auction at Ta-ber. Alberta, March 16th: 5 geldings, weight 1550 lb3., age, 6; 5 geldings, weight 1300 lbs., age 6; 2 mares, weight 1300 lbs., age 6; 1 mare in foal, weight 1G00 lba., age 6; 1 mare in foal, weight 1350; 2 geldingB, weight 1500, age 8 and 9. All horses sound and broke and good - confirmation. Owner H. Simpson._ 71-12 FOR SALE FOR SALE-1 Caterpillar traction engine, good repair and ready to go to work. Price less than half of a new one and/ will do just as much work. CANYON CITY lumber CO. Cretton, B, C. 86-6 LOST AND FOUND (When Replying Mention The Herald) LOST-Small bag containing knitting. Finder please return to Herald Office. S2-6x LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South Phone 534. 261-30 LEE~~WIN"G, the Tailor. CleanTnT pressing and repairing. High class Work at lowest rrlcee. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019/ 286-24 DECORATING ^ELLINGTON BROS.-THB DKO orators, Pa per hangers and Painters Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Ultimate* given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phoae 1472; office ' phone 1V32. Sherlock Mldg, Loth bridge, Alta.__ iV. LMFRY, PAINTING. UifiCORAT- ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomlnlag, etc. Best materials only used for til wcrk. Estimates willingly given. 930 9th Street S. Phone 338. JJVINTINU AND PAPEiiHANGING - We are competent to do all kfnds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialise on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall paper in city. Watch tor yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. S. Phone 720. In Lethbridge^ 20 years. , h WATER LOCATOR JVATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOUATK water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davles, Noblcford. 974 DENTAL 14 t>r. M. J. aiU0DN-DENTIST GRAD � uate of Royal College of Dental Sur gtons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 6>6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071 J(j)Xut. L. T ALLEN-DENTIST. tSUC- cessor to Dre. Courtlce & Gilchrist* Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phons 1165, Lethbridge, Alta,__ bHS. MARRS AND MARKS-DENJi! ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 tor6. Office: Hig In both am Block. Phone 374. _ DitTlS 0 SIMMONDS-DENTIST member of Royal College ^of Sur geons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Col lege of Physicians (London) l.ds 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Of lice C-S Hl� Inbotham Block, Phone 1616. . PUTT. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRAi>U ^ate North Western Dental Univ Chairman. Ad F POULTRY and EGGS (When Replying Mention The Herald) Ottawa; Mar: 22. - Tlie following statement with* regard to the transportation of Canadian soldiniB and civilians from England to Canada, embodies the views of a high official of the militia department who has experience in this direction. It hi of particular Interest at the present Minn in view of the inquiry which is bcin*; held by the militia department bancri upon charges' thaLCanaillan soldiers w^re ill-treated while on transports coming to Canada. Expansion The transportation of Canadian soldiers and civilians from iOngland to Canada has undergone a Midden expansion in the last few weeks. Furloughs have been given to the "original first"; a general policy of returning from England troops''unfit for general service has been embarked upon, somewhat suddenly and in addition it has been decided to repatriate a large number of Canadian women and children in England. Thus the volume of government passenger traffic westward across the Atlantic has grown, suddenly and hoavfly. This Increase lia;s come at a time when Mie Germans are waging a per-isistent submarine warfare, which has mvo principal efforts; it has reduced the amount of shipping available so as to make it exceedingly hard to supply vessels and also to mak" ihe arrangements for procuring tinvc vessels difficult; and it has made it necessary to protect the ships while in transit by every method at the command of the authorities, some of Mrso methods in-volving inconvenience and delay. This expansion with Ms attendant perplexities and announces happens to coincide with an ino'stigation into the conditions under width returned soldiers have been travelling back to Canada. The situation thus is that thfl~nuthorities on the one hand have been under a heavy tr.sk and on the other hand are determined to see that these inevitable difficulties shall not be allowed to cause avoidable hard-styp3 to the men who haye defended Canada and the empire on the field oi battle. The inquiry now going on will l�e prosecuted vigorously and aft unnecessary evils will he uprooted. The work of transportation will remain difficult, hazardous and Hubject to.dfla comforts and annoyances until in time of peace. A recent case illustrated the situation. Five vessels recently arrived in Canadian ports carrying both military and civil passengers. Reports have reached military headquarters that the conditions under which embarkation took place were peculiarly difficult. First, the time at the disposal of the authorities was Very short, and whatever was done had to be done at top speed. Secondly, as both civilian and military passengers had to be embarked, the differeut sets of authorities were concerned and had to take action. This latter condition always is productive of difficulties and in this case the worst trouble experienced was a curious one, due to the great size of the Dominion. The m/iitary authorities were anxious, for excellent reasons, to transport all troops bound for the samo part, of Canada, sunrti as the western provincos, on the same vessel; (his would greatly facilitate railway transportation from the point of landing. The arrangements for Mils were duly made. But there was not sufficient time to , make similar arrangements for the civilians who naturally were not organized with the completeness of a military unit. And some of the civilian passengers were the wives and children or soldiers. Reunite Families Thus cases occurred of the husband or father being on ono ship and his family on another. After embarkation was completed efforts were made in order to reunite families. Still, hi some cases, this was not managed and distress and anxiety resulted. The foregoing is a specific example of the troubles which arise. There are other conditions which must be described in more general terms. Local conditions in Great Britain are acute; there are, for example, delays in railway traffic and a shortage of ilock labor. Again, it is impossible i either to fix or announce the time of departure in advance. Tho waters around England constitute tlie submarine danger zone. Naval escorts are necessary. These escorts! may be called away at tho last moment, owing to some move by the enemy, orders may be furnished suddenly and unexpected. Thus, delay, uncertainty and haste can not be helped. Secrecy Neceasory Secrecy also is necessary. The names of ships about to sail, the hour and day of their departure, the time of their arrival, all are deadly secrets, for which enemy spies are continually searching. Orders and instructions cannot be freely issued and distributed; they are known to but few. This means that it is hard to work out preconcerted, co-ordinated arrangements and to carry them out with exactness. Some hardships are to be expected in making the vayoge. The militia department-is doing its best to reduce them to the lowest possible point. GE1 ACCLAMATION Leading in Wisconsin Primaries Democratic Nominee May Give Way Milwaukee, Wis., March 22.-Irvine L'uiroot. so-called loyalist, will have approximately 2,500 majority over James Thompson, Lafollette candidate, in the contest for the Kopublicau nomination for United States senator, according to latest returns, which are not yet complete. It is believed that the missing precincts will add to Lenroot'a majority. Reports are current that - either Joseph Davles, the Democratic nominee, or Lenroot, may be asked to withdraw from the raco In favor of the other so that only one so-called, loyalist candidate would oppose a com-' binatiim of Republicans and Socialists in tho special election on April �*. D RAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited OfTlso-C. P. R. Freight *att* PHONES Office ........... 1161 CUbles .......... 10*4 DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. williams G18 6th. Street S. Phone COAL, C.O.O. X672 > > �3� *j* �J* �5* *j� FORMS A CABINET Madrid, Mar. 22.-Antonio Maura, the former premier, has succeeded in forming u cabinet to succeed that of the Marquis De Alhucemas. Senor Maura will be premier, former Premier Dato will be minister of foreign affairs and General Marina, minister of war. V A V V ? V LIGHT and HEAVY RAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. o. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 a a a a a a ** K* V V V V V HASTEN 10 PROTEST Send Telegrams to W. A. Buchanan and Hon. D. Marshall Presenting Arguments MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 'When Replying Mention Tho Herald> WANTED-A party to put in crop by contract this spring. Cash proposition. Applv Box 22. Herald. 83-6 ^rpffiulig. paper-hanging.; T�? all in their power to Increase Local automobile dealers have lost no time in sending in strenuous protests against tho proposed embargo on automobiles from the United States, and at a meeting of all the dealers today they forwarded telegrams to W. A. Buchanan, M.P. and Hon. Duncan Marshall asking them to take the matter up with the government and point out the groat need for cars among the farmers who are now WANTED - kalsomining. Get our prices. N. Oliver, 625 6th St. S. Phone 1336. 82-6 WANT & D-Man with 6 horses would like contract work plowing, discing or drilling1 where machinery is found. Ap-ply box 49, Herald. _ 83-6 WANTED-EngilieeFVlth some cap-ital wants a farmer in Foremost vicinity to invest $500.00 to buy a breaking outfit. Apply Box 5 Herald. 36-8 WANTED-^Two ~BmaTT~house3, one or two .rooms, that could be bought and moved iuto the country. J. J. Baskor-vnie1_1211_5th_Ave. A.___]36--2 WANTED-A~pnrty to break quarter section, four miles oast of Lethbridge at once. Write- J. Rozler, P. O. box 725, Lethbridge._ _S6-C WANtTiD-PartFwIth outfit to break 200 acres or more near Wilson Siding. Would consider proposition of seeding to flax on shares or otherwise. Apply Box 14, Herald. Phone 361. 83-0 ! production. The farmer is buying 90 per cent, of the new cars, local dealers declare, and the percentage Vming bought for purely pleasure purposes is so small as to be almost negligible. Local dealers also point out that the farm labor situation is such that the average farmer will have to take his place in the fields every possible minute during the coming season and anything which would tend to delay him in doing his business In town should not be considered for a moment. Following iH the telegram sent to Mr. Buchanan at Ottawa: "Local auto dealern at meeting today strongly protest against proposed embargo and ask you use your influence against it. Point out pressing need quick transportation by farmers f who are now buying 90 per cent, all cars sold, using them as part of farm plant. Elssontial especially in view farm labor shortage. You know intimately farm trade conditions in Lethbridge as brought about by use of TOJX SALE-I have for sale some very, nice White Wyandotte cockerels. Ad* dress T. B. Dunham, Coaldale, Alta. Phone R 1711,_ SB-6 FOR"SALE-10 pure bred White Leg-horn pullets, fine laying stock. $2 each. WANTED TO BUY-Five or six bottom engine gang. Terms 1st July and i automobiles. Would bo serious blow 1st of November. Write or phone R. L. Elake, New Dayton, Alberta. Phone 207. 85-G WANTED TO BUY-Two lots, or a house with six or saven rooms, or a five-roomed cottage, centrally located with modern improvements on gas line. Cheap for 3pot cash. Box 43 Her-aid. ___82-6 FARMING PROPOSITION TWO ACTIVE and capable young men desire' to get in touch with a land owner who has acreage ready to sow In wheat and with whom a renting bridge FOff ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ILIC- TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzte & Co. proposition for this season could be Highfield, 627 19th Bt. south', Leth-1 made. Address J. R. Porter, care of bridge. 86_2 ! Hogg and Jamleson, solicitors, Em- / press Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 85-6 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M., 469. PHONS �S7 71� 3rd Ave. 6. SALE-Hatching eggs from win* nlng Silver Penciled Plymouth Rocks. $1.75 setting. John Pimm, 1601, 1st Ave. N.__ 86-6 FOR SALE-Pitt Game, all my LetrT bridge and Medicine Hat winners. Cocks, hens, cockerels and pullets will be sold cheap. John Graham, 1303 5th Ave. N., Lethbridge. 84-6 FOlTSALE-At theTast provincial egg laying contest for Alberta, 1st and 2nd prizes went to B. C. birds. Buy chicks and eggs in B. C. Se^iui 10c for sample copy Poultry Journal, Victoria, B. C. _ ,74-^24 HATCHING EQGS FROM S. C. Whitc Barron Leghorns, direct from imported stock, 272 egg strain, large, active and non-setters; "the business hen." Hatching eggs $3.00 for 15. W. Moon, Natal, B. C. 77-18 BABY CHICKS ~ HATdHINO EGGS, Cockerels, Barrons English Leghorns, direct imported, Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, etc. Highest utility egg stock. Order now, avoid disappointment later. Columbia Poultry Ranch, Stove*ton, B.C. $0-26 FOR EXCHANGE (When Replying Mention The HeraM) FOR TRADE-Won I (Tirade horses or cattle for good second hand Ford. Ap-ply Box 3D He raj d.__85^ FOR EXCHANGE-A fully modern, well built residence in Lethbridge for a good half or quarter section. This is a desirable home. If intsrested, write giving particulars of land, pi-Jce etc., fo owner. Box JJ4_HeraH. 81-12 WILL TRADK^35~rooin hotel and pool room and movie theatre for land, wild or improved. Steam heat, electric lights from private plant, clearing $400.00 per month. Only hotel in town of 500. Picture of hotel can be seen at Herald Office, Lethbridge. Write L. W. WUtttemoi-e, tltfhaua, N. Dale �4-S to south country if embargo goes through. Understand war ^board meets Friday to consider. Quick action among ministers needed." (Signed) A. E. HUMPHRIES, J. T. GRAHAM, A. G. BAALIM, Representing Local Automobile Dealers. To Hon. Mr. Marshall, the following wire was sent: ''Understand you are strongly opposed* to proposed embargo on- automobiles from standpoint of farmers' necessity. Local auto dealers in meeting endorse your stand and urge you make strong protest to Ottawa.'* (Signed) A. E. HUMPHRIES, \ A. G. BAALIM, J. T. GRAHAM, Representing Local Automobile Dealers. FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto G, T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fitting overBize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of' gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 STORE For Rent 512 THI AVE LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT I TH HEART OF DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh bt. W. Calgary, Alberta. To INVESTORS The following selected Farm Land* for sale direct from the owner. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Lands are ail located close C. P. Railway. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par. i Rge. Twp. W4th Ail section .........11-10-10 Three quarters .....S-10-14 South Half .....a.21- 9-14 South Half .........29- 8-14 North West ........33- S-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11- 8-17 E. C. MOE c-o. Canadian Bank of Commerqe Lethbridge WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT 6 FUR CO. r Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phons 326 FARM LANDS ^PSBBBBBBBBS^BBBBB^ISJ Of th  Had eon's Bar Company tad Calgary ana Kdmoita* Las* CITY ANO FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency Dr. A.T. Spankie M�D*s Ci1 M� EVE. EAR, NOSE ANO THROAT SPECIALIST* Office rooms. 121122 New P. Burns Building, Corner feth Ave. gad 2nd St. East, Calgary* Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phone M2077 Interna and Ho.iee Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose an4 Throat Hospital New Tork City. 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary 8elico! Board 27424 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & witchell The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 425 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX* YEARS We know our way around the country as w3ll as you know the way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 -AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United v Taxi CARS 6 Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open dajr- and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: I am ahout to start an express delivery under the name of Our Stores Delivery and I will be glad to contract tor your delivering. Guaranteeing you good prompt service. Secure your contracts now and help solve the problem of th� returned soldiers and the urgently needed help for the farm- SGT. J. E. GOBELLE Phone 1B5S Wanted! Skiff r BLACKSMITH TO LOCATE SHOP. very GOOD OPENING. CHA8. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta FORGET WAR VETERAN < WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER PlBase nohFy I R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE EC'Y VETERANS' CLU ;