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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX m LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 GRAFT IN ARMY N I RECRUITING IN U. S. Washington, May 1.-lingular army recruiting is Hearing uu average of 3.000 men a day. Willi L',7Si: men accepted yesterday, were enlisted since April 1. Illinois fignin led anion gtho states with "40. Ottawa, May 4.-Irregularities in connection with the remount establishment ot Regina are reported on by Sir Charles Davidson, the war contracts commissioner of inquiry. The conunis-Fioner finds that gross irrcgul ni. ies occurred in connection with the supply of hay. bran and oats for military purposes in the llcgina district, while other things of an "excusable" nature occurred. The commissioner finds that William Grant, who was the officer in command of the remount establishment at Regina. certified to the correctness ot eight invoices for hay, supplied by a man named Mitchell: and that n similar number of raiiwny express bills were forged. Fifteen other bills represented actual consignment to Mitchell, but there he had on their arrival at Regina. sold and shipped to other points. The commissioner states the plan did not go through because somebody became suspicious and an investigation took place. The forged vouchers would have represented a theft of $2,579. Another finding by the commissioner is that tlrant certified to invoices for 12.04-i bushels of oats. The actual delivery, however, was only 9.345 bushels. This would have represented a loss of 2.3SS had the matter Hot been discovered. A further finding by the commissioner is that Grant was really a cou-cealed vendor. He would fix top market prices for his own articles nnd as commanding officer he was responsible for over certifications representing in quantity 3.S53 bushels on a total of 14.195 bushels and in value 2."SS on a total of SS.S'iO. In closing his report the commis siouer says that Grant's administration was inexcusable. Paymaster Key. Hold's approval of fictitious cleanss he describes as "beyond explanation." Sir Charles approves of the vigorous steps taken by Col. .McCrea. then chief commissioner of the remounts department, to frustrate the attempts to defraud the government. L FESTIVAL CONCERT TREAT Lothbrldge people to the number ef several hundred who crowded 'Knox church last evening, enjoyed a musical treat by local talent which it is seldom their opportunity to enjoy, in a concert which displayed the fact that this city should well be able to hold its own in the provincial musical competitions which will take Place at Edinouton in two weeks. The concert last evening was held under the auspices of the local committee of the musical festival, and �was participated in by the festival choir which will go from here, and by various soloists who will also compete. The sum realized from the concert," a substantial one, will be applied on the expenses of the party to Edmonton. One of the most Interesting features of the concert was the competition of boy and girl soloists. This was adjudicated by Messrs. 'Brymner, Salmon, Hughes and Lay-ton, and was won by little Miss Janet Mcllvena, a successful soloist in last year's festival, with 76 marks. The other competitors were Violet Grant with 72V;, Daisy Holmes with 62 and Winnie Wall work with 73. Another splendid feature and much enjoyed was the sehool chorus from Fleetwood school under the leadership of Miss Waterman, singing "Pax Voblscum" and "Hail Smiling Morn.'- The concert opened with the massed chorus of 60 voices, "And the Glory of the Lord." Wesley choir under the leadership of Claude Hughes sang "A PBalm of Life," and "Waiting for the Swallows," and Knox choir sang "He That Dwelleth" and "The Bells of St. Michael's Tower." The star soloists of the evening were Miss Neilson and Mr. Alexander. Miss Nielson has a beautiful modulated, and wlthall powerful soprano. She sang "A Birthday," While Mr. Alexander, sang "Springtide of Love," both giving well deserved encores. Another item greatly appreciated was the ladies quartette  from Knox! church, Mrs. Layton and Misses Hazel!, Simm, and Galvin, singing "Spring Song," very effectively with violin obllgato by Mr. Layton. The Wesley male quartette also sang "Evening Song," splendidly. They included Messrs. Jatnleson, Whiddington, McKee and Speck. The accompanist of the concert on the piano was Mrs. Nelson, on the organ Mr. Layton, and the conductor was Jlr. Hughes. to id) te) (ft DESCENDANT OF BETSY KOSS EMULATES FAMOUS A^CESTOl; ALBERTA APPOINTED The province of Alberta now has an official guardian. The llputenant-gov-! rruor-iticotiiH'il has appointed Arthur j G. Browning. K. C. deputy attortiey-i general, of Edmonton, to be official I guardian tinder the act. with the powers and duties therein specified. The ; government deemed legislation advisable to protect the property of Infants i as well as. and in addition to. the pro-'� teetion afforded to their persons under ! the children's protection act. The of-'� ficla! guardian act, 1917 (c. IP) en-1 ables this to be done. Section 4 provides as follows: The official guardian may (ai Act as guardian ad litem of infants; Act in the administration ot estates upon order of the court; Act as custodian of property of missing persons, convicts or deceased persons; i Act as judicial trustee of the estate of any deceased person upon the order of the. court: Act as guardian of any infant i made ward of the court un-; der the children's protection act, being chapter 12 of the statutes of 1909; I Act in such other capacity! and do such other acts, mat-: ters, and things, as an offi-; cial guardian is authorized or required to do by the rules of court or by order of a judge or by order of the lieutenant-governor-in-, council or under the act, j These powers are very wide in their application and in order that every assistance possible be given to the official guardian to carry them out, the act provides he shall be served with notice of every application to any court in any manner affecting the infant or his estate. Full particulars must be given showing the object of the application and the effect It will have on the estate of the infant. Executors and administrators can be compelled to pass their accounts as required by law. Trust estates can be audited and dealings therewith investigated. Actions and proceedings where the Infant is a party can be conducted by the official guardian on behalf of the infant, and generally he is authorized to take all such proceedings as may bo deemed necessary for the protection of the estate of the infant. The act does not in any way interfere with the rights of any parties at pres-, ent or in luture, who are acting legal-1 ly as guardian of any infant, but in cases where the infant's property ! seems likely to be endangered, the of-j ficial guardian will be able to inter-I vene. Ordersunder the act can be en- � forced by attachment. He will at all ; times be available for consultations � and advice where the estate of any I infant is affected. All correspondence should be addressed to The .Official Guardian. c|o attorney-general's department, government buildings, Edmonton, Alta. Miss Jane Ross is a descendant of Betsy Ross, of Revolutionary tame, the lady who made the first American flag. She Is here seen stitching an American flag for presentation to a patriotic organization. Miss Ross is best known as an actress and Is now playing in the "Grasshopper." WARNS RUSS SOLDIERS i Petrograd. May 3, via London. - General Alexieff. commander-in-chief of the Russian armies, has arrived on; the Riga front. I An order of the day issued by Gen-; eral Brussiloff warns the soldiers against having relations with the enemy. It �ays: "The enemy is seeking to establish such relations, and is taking advantage of this to gain information of the Russian defensive organization." ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Reading Room, W rlting Room, Billiards. Regular meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursdays. Visiting members welcome. W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B. F.dgett, Room 4, Alberta Block, Secretary. ETHBRIDG CHURCHE PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. . Anrh*?mi "Ye That TJwellettt;" Booth> ' "The Radiant Morn,". Woodward. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 5.00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sunday School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. Discard the animals which have failed at the end of the year to pay for their keep. Miss Ethel C. Neil son Pupil of Signor J. A. Carboni, Paris, Prance. TEACHER OF THE ART OF SINGING WILL TAKE A LIMITED NUMBER OF PUPILS.; FOR TERMS CALL 69 DOMINION BLOCK Phone 1159 123-1 ST. ANDREW'S & WESTMINSTER T VERY QUIET DAY Ottawa, May 4.-Parliament put in a quiet day. The budget debate was proceeded with In the afternoon sitting, and the debate adjourned until next week. Hope of reaching a division on the free wheat amendment was abandoned early In the day, and it will come some time next week. It is understood that the opposition will move amendments so that there is likely to be several days' more discussion before consideration of fiscal matters, is concluded. At the evening sitting the house went into committee of supply on the estimate of Hon. T. W. Crothers, minister of labor. At the outset, Mr. Crothers referred to a statement made by Hon. Rodolph Lemieux to the effect that the expenditure in the labor department had increased by 50 per cent since 1911. The minister contended that or a matter of fact they had decreased 17 per cent the first year, and 15 per cent during the next two years. Rsv. J. B. Francis, Pastor Parsonage 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic: "The Prize Sermon." Subject of Sermon, "The Great Partisan." 2 p.m.: Westminster Sunday School. 3.00 p.m.: Adult and Young People's Bible Classes in Parsonage. 3.15 p.m.: St. Andrew's Sunday School 7.30 Topic: "Crown Jewels." Famous Wash Heals Skin D. D. D. tha greatest of skin rented les will remove those skin afflictions that have made your life a burden. That intolerable itching, burning and discomfort will disappear under the magic of this remedy. It has- cured many cases pronounced Incurable and will reach your case. We guarantee the first bottle to bring relief.-J. D. Hig inhotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Leth bridge.-Advertisement. D.D. D. "SKOVGAARD," DEN M A'R K'S GREATEST VIOLINIST AND HI $13,000.00 VIOLIN WILL BE HEARD AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE ON MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 7TH.-Ad. Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Frank A. Andrews, Minister. Residence, 90-1 8th St. S. Phone 1547 10.30 a.m.: Bible School, followed hy Communion and pfeachlhg. Subject: "Faith at Work." 6.45 p.m.: Christian Endeavor meeting followed by preaching at 7.30. Subject: "Parables of the Kingdom -Contact With Evil." BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lcrd's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. 6unday School at 3 p.m. Cnspel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St Si ^ Rev. C. Baker, Pas,tor Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning Subject: The eternal wonder. "How Long Dost Thou Make Us Doubt?" Evening Subject: "The Enduring Gift" Communion at the close of the evening service. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue-South Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Class. Sunda.s at 3p.m., to_ commemorate, the. Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom ot God. Subject: "The present Hopeless World." All Seats Free No Collection CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and Sth Ave. South, Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., Rector Matins-11 a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-1st and 3rd Sundays at 8.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Baptism-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. First Church of-Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 5. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Everlasting Punishment." Sunday School at the close of tho morning service. Wednesday Evening, Testimony moating at 8 p.m. The reading room is open daily except Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. Tho public is cordially Invited to attend tho church services, also to visit the reading room. Additional Classified Advertising \l FJ$K SALE-Miscellaneous FOR SALE-Cheap. Packing boxes. Apply MoKolvlo nnd McGulro. 119-0 FOH SALE-How boat, almost new. Cost $1.10.00. will sell for $35.00. Apply 1225 3rd Ave. A. S. 122-� FOR SALE-onq' 30 pound Dayton computing barrel scale, good ns new, for aale chonp. Apply Box 30, Herald. 110-0 FOR SALE-Garago 12x20, just completed, all ready for moving. Phono 1384, or write P. O, Box MS. 120-� FOR SALE CHEAP-Ono chain driv-en ton track in good running order. Lethbrldge Auto Co. 121-11 METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: "A Great Life's- Inspiration" 3 p.m.: Bible School, Infant Baptism will be administered tomorrow at 4.15 p.m. in Wesley church. Parents desiring children baptized' are invited to bring them. 7.30 p.m.: "The Canadian Army Medical Corps." By request. MuBic: "God Is Love," Shelley; "Sun ot My Soul," Turner; "O Lord Our Governour," Gadsby. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th 8t. 8. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary association-Saturday 3* p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Geen, 1016 2nd Ave. South. PHone 1493. PENTECOSTAL The last administration of the Lord's Supper for this conference year will bo observed at Wesley church at tomorrow morning's service. This will also he tho last in Hev. Mr^ Cobble-dick's pastorate in Lelhbridge and it is desired that every member bn present If possible. Members will also be received, anil-any'having letters of transfer are .requested to hand thorn to tho pastor. In tho evening "Playing the Neighbour," �with special roferonco to the Canadian Army Medical Corps. Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N, Baptist Church Sunday, 11 a.m. and- 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Thursday, ? p Come and Hear About Jesus. Jesus is Cominq Soon, Get Ready! A HEARTV WELCOME TO ALL SALVATION ARMY FOR SALE-One heavy single sot ot harness, and a good strong democrat. Apply at tho North Meat Market, 13th SOT._e_123-1 FOR SALE-Light pleasure buggy, now rubber tires and painted, $55, or will trado for good work horses, broko to drivo single, will pay difference in cash. Apply 1221 6th Ave. S. 123-^-8 FOR SALE-A T. Eaton cabinet sow Ing machine. Almost new. Will sell at a reasonable price for cash. Apply A. J. Gall, 424 4th St. S. 123-1 FOR 6ALE-Cheap! One dining table and chairs, solid oak and leather, almost new. Apply 120-1, Fifth Ave. S. 121-li PIANO FOR SALE-$190, fine tone, on view at our storo. AIbo several organs from $30 up. Willis Pianos, Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 6G2, H. C. C. Salmon, manager. 112-0 FORD ROADSTER-Completely overhauled. Stewart horn and other accessories. Ono spare tire. $300.00. Superior Supply Co.. 13th St. and 2nd Ave. S. 107-0 FOR SALE-One Shetland pony, perfectly gentle to drive or ride; and also one small cart and harness. Ap-ply Ed. MeKenzie, Phone R-109. 10S-0 FOR SALE-A good blacksmith outfit and stock. Will rent shop reasonable. No opposition in the good growing town of Mauyberrles, Alta. For particulars write W. J. Mast. Manyberries. Alta. 121-0 WILLIS PIANOS] Canada's best", excel all others In purity, strength and quality of tone and in beauty of design. Inspection invited. New show room, Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 662. H. C. C. Salmon, manager. 112-0 WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT of important auction sale by Frank Waddington. Contents of well furnished' residence 11th St. south, including beautiful pianoforte, brass beds, mahogany furniture, etc. Frank Waddington. the auctioneer. 120-fi FOR SALE-Piano, Ionis design, rich burled Walnut case, nearly new, come and get our special price, terms to suit. Mason & Risch, Limited, 5th Street, Balmoral Block. 123-1 FOR SALE-W.e stock Brantford, Crown and Standard bicycles. Fitted with Dunlop Traction Tread Tires and best equipment throughout. Prices from $40.00 to $f>5.00 cash or easy terms. Second hand cycles always in stock. Repairs and accessories. Leth-bridge Cycle Co., 110 Fifth Street S. 99-0 THIRD CANADIAN WAR LOAN We are now able to make immediate delivery ot fully paid Interim Certificates at a price of 95y3 and Interest, on Dominion War Bonds, interest at'.STo' due 1st March 1937. Payable 1st of' March and 1st September at any branch bank in Canada. Denominations $100.00, $500,00 or $1,000.00. Strictly subject to sale and advance In price. British-Canadian Trvist Co., Your local bond house, 315 5th St. S. 117-0 FURNITURE FOR SALE Owing to leaving the city I will sell by private sale at my residence corner 4th Ave. S_ and 13th St. (house formerly occupied 'by L. M. Johnstone) on Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evening. Complete don or living room furniture, two bed room Miites, one mahogany, one white enamel, box springs, rugs, etc. All practically jfcw. J H. W. MORGAN LEGAL NOTICE SITUATIONS WANTEP WANTED-Dressmaker desiros plain sowing by tho day. Apply 105 Sth St., opposite* depot._ 123-6 WANTED-Married man wonts work garden digging and carpet beating. Apply lOOf) 7th Avo. g. 119-6 WANTED-Position In office by young lady with some experience. Apply box 43, Herald. 118-0 WANTED-Amorlcan mnn nnd wifo want a job on n ranch at once. Apply Box 37, Herald. 123-1 WANTED-By a young man of several years' exporlonce, a position ns clerk In grocery or agents' furnishing store. Apply Box 41, Herald. 123-6 LOST AND FOUND When )teplylng Mention Tho Herald. FOUND-Small purse containing sum ot raone;. Owner may have same by calling at^ police station._111-0 LOST-A Firdstone'tlre and rim,~32x near Enchant or Travors. Suitable romnrd. Return to Father Bld-ault, Lothbrldge. 120-6 LOST-One black fox muff, two heads on it, with small rip down center. Very likoly left in some store. Sultablo reward. Mrs. W. 11. Ripley, 1222 4th Ave. S. 120-6 STRAYED-From Sec. 3C-8-17, bay horse, 2 whito hind feet, weighs 1500 lbs. Branded on left hip Twenty dollars reward. Notify H. Simpson. Taber, Alta. 104-0 LOST-$10 roward for Information loading to recovery of ono black gelding branded O (circle) on right shoulder and I Von left thigh. Weight about 1150 lbs. F. C. Maunsoll, Purple Springs. 119-6 STRAYED-From 1003 Sth Avenue S. 1 bay gelding with white face brand on left hip, weight about 1300. Suitable reward for information nt above address. STfiAYED-From 11ayroond7~onoH65y horse branded 2 Z on right shoulder Ion left thigh. Shod on four feet weight about 1200 lbs. Burt Kcnney, Raymond. 121-6 ST'UAYEr>^lienbro'wn-nolT6~branded P - on left thigh, a star on head, weight about 1200 lbs. $10.00 reward for recovery ot same. Burt Kcnney, Raymond. 121-fa" LOST-Brown mare] 4 years old. white diamond on upper Up and branded V ou right thigh. Also one black yearling branded on right shoulder. $5.00 roward for Information leading to re-_ co very. Arthur Kesler, New uay-ton. 118-0 FOR SALE Fully modern house on 6th Ave. A., S. Six rooms and bath, full concrete basement. First class condition. A snap for ensh or would consider terms* APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH. MoARTHUR & DAVIDSON 92-0 LOST-$25.00 reward for return of seven head of two year old cattle. Bunch consists of 2 red steers, 2 red steers marked wtlh whito on tails and backs, 1 light red and white heifer, 1 roan heifer and 1 red heifer. All branded H B ' (connected) on right ribs. Strayed from oight mile lake about April 10th. Likely with 5 H or jjfiTH cattle. Proportional reward IjAj for return of any or for infor-u2s9 'nation leading to recovery. W. A. Hamilton,' Letlibrldge. Phone R 111. 119-6 FOR SALE (Agricultural) FOR SALE-E. A. Sharman Co., are unloading a carload of Monitor double disc low down press drills. 123-1 FOR SALIO-A. few cars No. 1 prairie hay at $16.00 per ton, F.O.B. Olds. Bent/. Walrod and Bliss, Olds, Alta. 119-12 FOR SALE-Seed. 100 bushels 1 cwt. Abundance oats, test 9fi. Also 100 bushel Marqtris wheat, cleaned. F. Knapp. Phone R 204. 120-6 FOR SALE-25 H.P. Titan engine, width 28 in. separator, first class condition. Inquire F. Sick Farming Co., New Dayton. 123-6 FOR SALE-5 bottom P. and O. engine plow in excellent shape. Price ?1C5. Inquire of McClenaghan and Taylor, 410 4th Avo. S. 122-6 FOR SALE-Team of horses, heavy democrat and harness. Horses 6 years old and gentle, will drive single or double. 239 15th St. N. 122-6 FOR SALE-4 good work horses. Also ono mare pony 7 years old, 12 hands high. Good driver, very quiet for children to ride. Apply j.12 19th St. north. 321-0 FOR SALE-Farm Implements, gang plow, walking plow, disc, spring tooth harrow, Vanbrunt single disc, seed drjll. Apply H. Galvin, room 7 McDonald Block. Phone" 1125 City. 122-0 FOR SALE-Timothy seed, government cleaned and tested, $7,00 por icwft. F.O.B. Coaldale or Calgary. Also a |ew tons of seed potatoes. W. 1-1. Pawson, 703 Sixtli ' Avo. S. Phone 1840. .118-6 FOR SALE-Case tractor, 20x10, 1 bottom P. and O. plows For quick sajle  price $2,200. On exhibition at Lethbridgc. Inquiro Dnwsloy Land Agency, near Wool worth's storo, city. ' : 119-0 P otatoes Wa n ted CAR LOTS OK LE8.S Must be Q�od sized, sound whits stock. Phone 732 or call at Saunders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenus 8. P. KING'S AUTO LIVERY The Arcade Phone 1050 Hcmm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery A big Six Cylinder 7-passenger car. One ot the best and most comfortublo cars in the city to rldo in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Residence Phone 1269-Calls Day or Night. Day Phone, Palace Confectionery 668. "Meet us at the Palace." Alexandra Hotel Auto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CAR3 NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 104-0 BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know the country thoroughly. We have had the experlenoe, -It is paid for. TRY US. Phono 1206 r NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND '. CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERBERT JAMES GOODE', DECEASED. Services Held at the Citadel, Bth 8t. Sunday-11 a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Mooting and 7.30 Sal- vallon Meeting. , Week Nights-.Monday, -it, p.iB.'.Pub- He' Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.mi Salvation Meeting Citadel band in; attendance.' Saturday, 8 p.m., froo and e^ay meeting. Everybody Welcome Notice Is hereby given that all persons having claims against the estate of Herbert James Goode, late of the City of Lothbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, and lately a Lieutenant in Ills Majesty's Overseas Forcos,. who died on or about the Kith day of September, A. D. 191(1, in France, are required to file with tho undersigned solicitors on or about the 12th day of Juno, A. D. 1017, a full statement duly verified of tholr claims and of any securities held by them and aflor that date tho Executrix will distribute tho Assets of the said Estato among tho parties entitled thereto having regard only to tho claims of which notice shall have boen received prior to tho tlaie of such distribution. ;. i, /, i^cBHrp.;Convl)oarc, {JjiurohJ , : McArthur, & Oa>id>an,! ; ; ' Barristers, Solicitors, etc., i  Conybeare lilbck, '-, . Lothbrldge, Alberts. Solicitors for the Executrix, Ad L King Edward's Al/TO LIVERY Phone :: 1016 w_;. Atlas Transfer C. Raby -BUYS AND SELLS All kinds of livestock or handles-.them on commission. A TRIAL SOLICITED ,122-6 PHONE 1553 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS Office Frank Miles' Boot 8tore Phone 1717 117-G s_ _ J DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C, P, R. Freight Sheds PHONES ,-.- - ... WANTED TO RENT! " A LARGE MODERN HOU8E J ! NEAR CAR LINE. '� Would leaso for u number of fMsrs. Writ*, Box 40, Herald. 121-0 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 1345 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St ;