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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; MARCH 25, 1918 fHE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSM1TH8 GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Qun barrelH straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith koyK made, locks repairod, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repairod, lawn inower� sharpened. D. E. Macdonal'!, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 103a, 412 4 th Ave. 8. MEDICAL PIANO TUNINU 0. H. ClUPPS. EXPERT TUNBH- Player-Piauo and Organ Repairer; 20 youra' factory exporiouoe. Hoa-ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading musicians at tne city. Phono H6S 1253 OtU Ave. A. South. PRIVATE. H0SPITAL3 PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAM Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. lNi 7th Avenue South. Phone 718. EDUCATIONAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th tt. South, LethbridflO Day ana evenmj scaooL phorthand, Typotmting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subject*. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1631. White tor Full Information. BUSINESS COLLEGE KING bcwahu'R SCHOOL and Business College for girls, Cranbrook, B. 0. Full commercial course, pupils prepared for public school examination In district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parisieune. Write Miss Cherrington, Principal. 8G-21 SHOE REPAIRING BliOJfl lihJPAlJKiWG-Phone 17X7 tor your shoe repairs.' Work dona jj-oniptly. Orders called tor and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. Doc'toi* ua'lSRaIth 111 4 Third Avonuo Suutb Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ................r6TClM^Au7Y & jamhs- son-Offico, l()p Sherlock Block. Telephone*: Office 319; Residence 810. Office houru: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.80^ to 3,30; 1 to 8 p.m. UK. TAYLOTi-Ear, Eye, Nose unci Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. OHlcs hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 693. 13ir">7"w7^TTJiXMr_TffYiIcrAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppurd Block opposito Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office hour*: 11 to 12 ain-i 1.30 to 8.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780: Residence 420, 8th St_S., 3fooneJ494. _ EST j7iD. XSvMlNO, FliysJcuin and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. CUflcs and residence, S12 Srd Ave. south. Honrs 11-ia, :-i and ^-9. Telephone day and night 1243. 288-0 UK. G. W. LEECH, M.fe., O.M,~Physi-" clan and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 389. Ijesl dence 1111 titb Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: 11 to IMS; 1.30 to 8.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DR. It. W LYNNTRbOM (5, RIBUTER 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: Office 459, Res. 599. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE fWli-n rteixylne Montlon Tho H�rnl TOR SAIjW-Ford touring car, In good condition; $3i">0 for quick italo. Can bo seen 533 8th St. South. ___88-0 FOR SAllK-McLaughlin O-pasHiinger six-cylinder car, inodol 1)46, porfect. condition. Apply Box 31, Herald. 84-0 FO'ir'aAi Je-At'"a "barBttlii.T2. Otfices: Uuioo i3ank Building. loS 0 SMITH & SMITH-HYKUM SMtTii and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, tak* spinal adjustments and get well Office in residence, S03 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, bours *.30 to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1077. _______MUSIC MISS A1LEEN M. JONES^Planofortt Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent of puplla entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last yekr were successful Studio. 623 9th Street South MK�. W. U. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboardi scale ladder, mod ulatins board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. a. South. ^^^^^ BAKERY KIRKBY & CO.' HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 606 3n; Ave. S. Phone 1627. FUR8 tPtB ARE SPECIXUZING In natural settings in Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, new eTfectg. Raw furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, Higinboth-am Block. 87-0 DANCING LESSONS MISS" GLADS ATTREE-Classes ImS private lessons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1685. jCLEANJNG AND DYEING THE "VALEY^PECIAIJSTS' I� French Dry Cleaning. Our process . eliminates danger of Injury to gar mentB. Only the highest class work tamed out. Ko dyeing. Immediate etention is given to country order*. S24 6th Street South. Phone 1815. LOO BAM-Cleaning, Pressing; pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and ddliver goods. 410 6th Street South Phone 834. 261^-30 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing, High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phono 1019. 286-24 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 803 HENDERSON, RE1D AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Room 6, Dominion Block *..10to rz a.m .-'2 to S p.m. USED CAR SNAPS Wc have installed a sti-not survive for freo air mill water. One of the. latest inventions on tha market. At Your Service RAALIM MOTOR CO. FOR SALE-(Agricultural) (When Replying Mention Tho Herald) [ FOR SALE-(Jood milch cow, cheap for cash. 9M lath St. S. 88-2 FOR SALE-300 young owes. W. Simpson, Warner, Alta. Apply 86-8 FOR SALK-Two Jersey cows, young and very gentle. Just fresh. Apply Westhrook Bros., 303 Oth St. S. 73-0 FOR SALE-Good team, mare 6 years old, gelding u years old, weight 2800 lb.-;. 112 19th St. North Lethbridge__8(_0 F^irSAlJW-TwrTgbbd~iiiiik cows,~viih calves al foot, and several springers. Apply 112 tilth St. N., Ed. Kins. 82-0 BURDETT CONSOLIDATED S. D. NO.'23 BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Monday, April 15th, 1918, for the construction of a four (4) roomed brick and tile school house with basement. Tenders wiil be subject to sale of debentures. Plans and specifications together with any other information necessary may be obtained on application to M. A. Hardie, 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 hand at Burden, Albertn, this Sth day of March, 1918. F. A. LUMBARD, Sec, Burdctt S. D. Uo. 23. M. A. HARDIE, Chairman. Au F FOR SALK-Two p.uro bred Percheron stallions, rising two years old. Chap. Darker, Magrath. 8-1-fj UODCCTCwii3l9saltaniilletalt,1Saio200 riUllOCu headcfhlf|tidis;Man!tobafarm mares and geldlngc always on hand. Auction tale Thui�d3)s j E. W. McLEAN'S SALE STABLES Cor. Arlington nnd Alexander - Winnipeg FOR' SALE OR TRADE-Registered HolBtein bull. For further Information write J. O. Ellingson, P. O. Box 55, Grassv Lake, Alta. SO-0 FOR SALE-Stewart sheep clipping machine complete. 3 man outfit. Apply C. A. Van Brocklin, P.O. Box 773. Lethbridge.. 84-6 (Special to tli.' ricrnM) Foniio, March -l.--Last Friday night, the Indies of iln: I. O. /). E. with tho assistance ot oilier willing helpers, flnlsliod their labor of love, and in consequence, tho Unturned Soldiers Club moms, over the . ?. H. Daniel, Room D.Balmoral Block. Lethbridge, Phone l:M5. S7-6 WANTED-Engineer with some capital wants a fanner in Foremost vicinity to invest ?50t'.a0 to-buy a breaking outfit. Apply lie: 5 Herald. SG-8 WANT-ED-Parties to break 70 acres of sod,  R' miles N.E. of Lethbridge. Wm. Ingram. Room D., Balmoral Blk, Lethbridge. phone evenings 480. 8S-G WANTED-Home for good boy willing to herd cattle and do light work Good wages for suitable boy. British preferred, isarah Parkinson, Grassy Lake, Alta. 87-G WANTED-A party to break quarter section, four miles east of Lethbridge at once. Write J. Rozier, P. O. box 725, Lethbridge. _ 86^-6 WANTED^Party with 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 WANTED TO BUY-Five or six bottom engine gang. Terms 1st July and 1st of November. Write or phone R. L. Blake, New Dayton, Alberta. Phone 207. 85-6 FARMING PROPOSITION TWO ACTIVE nnd capaule young men desire to get in touch with a land owner who has acreage ready to sow in wheat and with whom a renting proposition for this season could be made. Address J. R. Porter, care of Hogg and Jamieson, solicitors, Empress Block, Lethbridge, Alta. S5-6 SELL TO^n^iTURE AT WADDINGTDN'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M., 469. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT x NO. 51 TENDERS FOR PROPERTY (From Our Own Correspondents C'ortlhurst, March 23.-Residents of Coalhurst received a shock on Sunday evening when they learned of the death of Marjoriu Heap, the eleven and a half years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Heap. Marjorie was playing with other children in the afternoon just beyond the tennis court and suddenly fell down. The others becoming alarmed called Mr. Heap who found his daughter lying unconscious. A party of scouts from the Lethbrldge-Wesley troop were visiting at the manse and they promptly conveyed the sick girl in their car to her home where site lay until 7:30 p.m. without regaining consciousness. Marjorie was si great favorite with all and a bright future was predicted for her. A very clever reciter, she was always in ..request for church or school entertainments and will be greatly missed. The sympathy of the whole -'community goes out to her parents in their hour of sorrow. The funeral service was held at the Fetterly undertaking par-lor.s on Wednesday afternoon, a large number of friends of the family being present. Rev. W. C. Marsh officiated at the parlors and at the grave and a memorial service was held on Sunday morning in the church. Mrs. J. II. Watson and little daughter Rebecca are visiting this week with Mrs. Findlay Macdonald. Mrs. Watson is now living at Grassy Lake, and formerly resided at Coalhurst where she has many friends. The Red Cross society is arranging for a grand dance to be held in the Rex theatre on Friday, April the 12th. Fuller announcement will be made later and the affair is expected to be the big one of the season. The local Oddfellows held another dance last Friday in the school house. A large number wero present and I everyone enjoyed a thoroughly good J lime. I .Mrs. Albert Firth of West Lcin-bridge was taken seriously il| on Saturday evening but we are' glad to hear that her condition is improving. The Ladies Aid held a very successful social in the church on Wednesday evening. Refreshments were served, after which recitations were given by Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Beatrice Adams and a solo by Master Douglas Adams. A general sing-song then followed in which a number of old songs were sung. These socials are greatly appreciated in tile village as they serve to bring people into closer fellowship with each other and prevent the common charge of aloofness which is often heard in places of this size. We congratulate our Monarch friends on the organization of a Red Cross branch in that district last week. Mr. Eberly, manager of the Merchants' bank of Monarch, was elected president and Miss Urc.h secretary-treasurer. The committee is representative of both town and country and the branch will doubtless do good work, Mr. Leffhbeter, the Lethbridge sign-writer, is in Coalhurst this week giving an official touch to the doors, and windows of the Standard bank. The local Red Cross drive, which was postponed owing to bad weather and worse roads, is now on in earnest and results are beginning to come in. Mrs. Sandbam and Mrs. Sherrett have received a large number of offers for service from ladies and the canvassers for money are getting down to hard work also. The donations this week are as follows: North American Col-leries employees, $315.50; Mrs. J. 1. McDormott, $2C; Mrs. Wm. Searie, ?fi; A. F. Cunning. $4; M,i'a- Cooper, Mrs. Cunning, $2 each; Miss I. Knowles, Miss M. Knowles, J. T. Percival and P. H. Percival, $1 each. J^mes McDowell aud family have moved this week to Foremost, where Mr. McDowell will engage in farming. Pari-i, .Mar. 2.r..-Genera: imbril, the military governor of Paris, has asked the French senate to authorize further prosecution of Senator Charles Humbert, formerly owner of The Journal, on charges of fraud nnd speculation in connection with his mission to the. I'n-ited States in 19.U to purchase various articles for the army. The letter in which the general asks the senate'* authority, according to the Petit Partition, quotes as follows: "The report was made to the senate of those purchases by Senator Mlllles-l/acroix. According to this report among the purcltHsee wero five hundred thousand woollen undervests and five thousand sets of harness, which on delivery were pronounced of an inferior quality. He also bought. 5,500,000 horae shoes, which owing to the fact that no patterns were supplied, were delivered In irregular sizes and were useless as a result. The senator also is said to have placed two orders for blankets and have paid double their value for them. DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS SIS 6th Street S. Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 40? 5th St. S. Phone 438 Senator Humbert, who was vice-pre- j sident of the senate army committee j was arrested on Feb. IS. and held for j trial on charges of treason, lie has been accused of aiding Bolo Pasha, the ] condemned traitor, and on March 20 . was ordered by tho Paris courts to return to Holo Pasha 5,500,000 francs | with which Bolo tiled to purchase j control of The Journal. I I FOR SALE-Pitt (lame, all my Lethbridge and Medicine Hat winners. Cocks, hens, cockerels and pullets will be sold cheap. John Graham, 1303 5th Ave. N.. Lethbridge. 84-6 FOR SALE-At the last, provincial egg laying contest for Alberta, 1st and 2nd prizes went to B. c. birds. Buy chicks and egg3 in B. c. Send 10c for sample copy Poultry Journal, Victoria, B. c. 74-24 HATCHING EGGS FROM S. c. White 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 HATCHING EGGS, Cockerels, Barrens English Leghorns, direct /imported. Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, etc. Highest utility egg stock.. Order now, avoid disappointment lator. Columbia Poultry Ranch, Stoveston, B.C. 80-25 TRY A HERALD WAN! AO Sealed tenders, marked tenders for property will be received by the undersigned rmtil and not later than noon Saturday, March 30th, 1918, for the purchase of the undermentioned properties either for the buildings only, or for- the buildings and lots upon which the same are situated. 1. Building and. lots known as "Courtland Street" School, situated on the corner of 4th Street and fith Ave. S., comprising lots No. 29 and 30, block 53 "Lethbridge 435.1 S." The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. A certified cheque for 5% of the amount must: accompany each tender under the usual conditions. Any further iirtorpnation may be obtained on application to the undersigned. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, 87-G Secj�etary-Treasiirer. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL. HOUSE Tenders will be received by the undersigned, until noon on April 25th, 1918, for the erection of a frame school house. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the secretary, section 4-15-16-4, ami at the department of education. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. F. GORRILL, . Secretary-Treasurer, Brunswick S.D. 3574. Dule-d at Riverbow P.O., March 20, l!U8 . AU R BUILD CONCRETE VESSELS IN IRELAND Belfast, Mar. 24.-The keel of the first concrete vessel to be built in Ireland has, been laid in a, new shipyard on the north Irish coast. It will be an ocean-going vessel of 1,000 tons and the first of six ordered by the government. Six hundres and forty dollars was collected at Belleville in aid of the Salvation Army fund for comfort huts by the various societies which aided the Salvation Army Corps in the collection. STORE For Rent 612 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. t ' APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh at. W. Calgary, Alberta, London, Mar. 25.-How the German submarine was destroyed by one of its own torpedoes which acted as a boomerang is vouched for ln^.an official statement, by Captain Frowen of the British steamer Flixton. The captain declares,, that while on his way from Havre to a Welsh port, a German submarine discharged a torpedo which went a short distance from the steamer, was deflected, and describing a semi-circle, struck the submarine and sank it. NOT WORRYING Montreal, March 25.-Lieut. Co).-F. M. Cole, who has been in command of a Canadian heavy artillery group in France, returned to Montreal Saturday for a short holiday. "When I left a fortnight ago," he said, "no one seemed to be worrying as to the outcome of the promised great offensive." FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. DrinkaU & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i JOB TO OFFER Please nohfy J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE 8ECY VETERANS' CLU�, ;