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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'P. tr � r  MAY'' ' 1918 PAGE THHEB It PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL. DU. M. .1, aiBSON-DKNtiST ORAD-uate of lioyal College ottoeiital Sur  Bi'ons Toronto and lioldcr o( a Dom-lulou Uontal CertlJlcato. Office; __it)omn 5-0 Urynn Hlock. yiiono 107i. ccsBor to Ura. Courtfce 4t.ailchrl8t). OruJuato of Unlvorslly of Maryland. Koo.'uj g-tt Macdonuld Block. I'hon* llBa, Lethbrlage, Alta. PitsT MAKUa ANL'"MA11KS-DJflN'l'-iBtB. Succeaabrs to Dr�. Stewart and UcCliiro. Hours P to 5. Office: Hlf-Inbolhan^ Blofilt. Phone 374. Ij. O. aiMMUMUa-UUNTltti'. member of Hoyal College of Sur-geous. (ling.) Llcontlaio Uoyal Col-iCgo oC I'liyslolana (London) b.D.3.. IBCO. HourH 9-ia: 1-6. Olflco C-b ill* ^Inbotham Uluck. Phouo^lfiU. _ till. f. w. "i'"o.i-TjtlNi'iiT. Ukai*u-ate North Western Uental Unlver*-Ity, CUIcBgo. Office phone 7gf; re* 1d-^nco phone Otficas: Unjoo UunU Buildlne. 1^8-0 MEDICAL. DOOWr GAI.HRAiTH 914 Third Avenue SoUth Office hours.............. 1-3 pm. .............. 7-8 p m. SuJKliiys ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DHS. DoVBBBH, "CAiMPBBljL, nOY & CllAGG. Office Royal Bank BulU;-InK. Offlco hours: 1.30-a p.m.; 7.�0-it.30 p.m. t'hone 505. _87� una. CONNOR, McNALLY & IXtAlt, on-Office, 109 fiherlook Block. Telqphonea: Office 319; ReEtdenca 619. Offlc* bouri: 11 to )3 a.in.i 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. VlAVl UH. U'AYLCJR-War, Byc. Noie and Throat; IIS Sherlock Uld|. Oitic* hours 10-11; 1-5; eroofnce by *v Dointmentr Ptaonee: Office lie* Idence 693. Tmn-.Tvf" 'fULLBU, PllYSiClAN and Burgeon. Office Sheppard Block .oppuille Btarland Tbeatre, roomi ( to 4. btUcu houii: 11 (6 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 8.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Pbonea: OffJce 780; RMldenca 420, White for KuU Information. 11; �yi�ei'i)loKl(;al. ik; in)(!rnllvn, 58; pnnt ojM'ratlve, 2li; friiclnrRS, .". .Mnrtleal oaaes-I'niiunioiila 7. nc-plirHl� 1, KmhK'nrdlti.i i, sliingios 1, I'llyaenlry Kl, iippeiidiclllrt i, rluMiina-tlain I, nuiKtillH 1', n.^ilitrm 1. piilcbl-tls 1, pyelltlH 1, liy.-ilPvln 'J. "nillnpny 2, l/i. optiiillnia neonatorum 'J, miscellau-eon� IS, total, 442. lit; pnllontH recolved 041 visits and paid full foe 1 l."i i):itletita received l,22Ci vhlta and nald inhI fpc. 2nr pnliciit.^ received 1,230 visits anfl were imn; for f!7,>o. So. (if protesHional rails (davl 2,ftS2 inlKlif) ir. Xo. of I'flendly and Rollor calls 'MW No. nt- HnsliiRSH Calls ........ l,;t:'.l) X"'>B ^" ""'''"^ tried to have them siai i life afresh, i ^ouk. Phone 1S02. Always open, nevar closed. DECORATING � WELLINGTON BROS.-THB DEO-eratOTs, Paperh aggers and Palntars , Kalsomlulne. General Decorating ^and Sign Writing. Eatimtates given. The oUleat established paintera la Lethbridge. Ues. Phone 1472; ottioe phone VI ii. Sherlock Bldg., L,eU>- brldge, AUa. _j__ X., MEAUS-Painting. Dflcoratlng'and Paper Hanging. Sth Ave. S; Phonos �90. till 117-0 iW'. EMEitY, PAINTING. OaCORAT-ing; Paper Hanging, Kalsomlnlng, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Eatimates wUllugW givaa 936 9th Street S.' Phocii 838, PAINTING AND PAPBRHANQINQ - We are competent to do all kinds ot painting from outside work to finest decorating. Wo specialize on coun-try school and churches. Lowest eBtlmates. Lfargost stock ot wall jrtiper in city. Watch for yellow au-tomoblln. W. R. Brown, 313 Gth Ave. A. S. Phono 720. In-Lethbridge 20 years. . SHOE REPAIRING SHOE RKPAIRING-Shoes are too ex penalve those dnya to ho bought if not npcoaSary. Our repairing often aavea the prico of new ones. "Call and deliver. Phone 783. O. K. Shoe Co., 817 3rd Ave._ 98-0 BHOE REPAIRING-Phone- 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done ftjomptjy. Orders called lor and delivered. Frank Miles, Oil- 4th Ava South'. BUILDERS We are prepared to build your Home or Barn � In Town or Country by Day or Contract, NORTHAM AND HARRIS Can. Del. .Lethbridge. Phone 127� MRS. W. U. JOHNSON-TEACHKK Ot Piano, Harmon/ and Theory. Over ten jreara' teachlns experlenea Studio' fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, ecale ladder, mod-ulaUng board, ato. Studio 12'46 5th Ave. A. South. EYES TESTED J.M.HEHDERSON - SIGHTSPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office dt Wriqiit's Jewrllfry Sloro MDiir^ 10 10 12 ^.in. - ZtcSp.iti, Tola I calls..............7.(;71 ()7 calls for ntirses for iirlvato duty were .siiiipJied. 4114 calls for women for day's work were .supiilied. 47 calls for men for day's work were supplied. 11 maids, (These arc mostly sclioiil girls during tbc holidays.) Wflfare Work. Dliriiig tl.t year (Oiue spe-.'i;il infant welfare work was done. V.m-h of our maternity cases being followed up (o sec that (lie babies wee rlo-Ing well and advi.sing the niollier;*. wlioro nocnssai-y, re feeding ami t;on-cral care, with'the result, that (luting (lie hot months of last summer out- list of sick babies was pracilcal ly nil, and out of the HO lualernlty cases, only 2 normal liabies have died, one had convulsions iroin birth and lived only 10 days, the otiior at 2 months. Wo be.'icvc that wKli tiie mill; .st-i-tion i nd /reo clinic wlilch \\p. have decided to sttirt this spring, modifying rnd preparing the inllli accirdlng to the dieter's directions, niu'. given free to those who cannot pay, or at cost price to lliose wtui can. will reduce very materially tUo inl'ati!, mortality in the city. The work of our organization li.ts Increiised this year more than any other year, I'i'J inoro patients liavu been taken care of. and 1.13;i niOTe visits have been marie. Our staff has not been increased, but occasionally it was necessary to get outside help, so that no case was over refused or neglected. As in other years tho greatest number of patients were free patients, and thQ missloii'.s olijoct was fulfilled in reaching those who needed trained nurjitng care and )iad not the means to procure it, and to lliem the gi-eatost number ot visits were made. Our rCurses on many occasions liavo the fee paid to ua is small, this ci^tn pany has been very genetdns in al-! lowing the* aick policy holders Ibis | free nursing, in some v^t for In-defililte periods, and we liave lieiK;-tited to that extent. 1 'I'lie Nurses' Registry lias been kept by the mission ami everytliing liossllile done to meet the demands. Owing, however, to the scarcity of nurses, a great many eall- rame, es-ireclally from surffiuiidiriK pl,ice;i, which we could not stipjiiy Providing women I'oy day'.s work lias also formed part (if lur day's loiittne, W�k cannot siiji|ily tlii.-; hel|) to all., or nearly all wlm ask for it, and we have a larger lisl of women than we have ever litid, hni u-lih the scarcity of maids the .knew they would lie needed. in addition to the cash received from the Jlerad fund, and tliat sent BAKERY_ KIRKBY k CO. HIGH-CLASS BAIC-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on li6rae-made -principles. Klrkby & Co., C06 3r^ Ave. S. Phone 1627. __FURS _ WE ARB SPECIALlSZlNG in natural settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Pox and Badger. Every sot different, now effects. Ra^\- furs wanted. Bcott. Practical Furrier, Hlglnboth-am Block. , '87-0 ___CLEANING AND OYEINO THB ' VALET-^SPiBGLAL.IS'fi In irr�neh Dry Cleaning. Our pMceti ellmtnatM danger ot tnlurr to ga^ meat*. Only the bigheat claaa work tamed out No dyeing. Immediate atentlon is given to country ordera _18�^th_Btreet South. Phone 18H. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Ro-pairing and alterations well dona al reaaonable prioea. VTt c&U tor iaad deliver gooda. 410 6th Street South. Phone B34._ 861->0 LBB WING, tha Tailor. Cleaning, preiaing anfl repairing. High clati work at lowest r-ricae. Delivery traa. lis 7th St 8. Phone 1010, 286-34 Mr. Farmer! Insure your crops against HAIL with HOLMES JOWETT (late P.P.C.L.I.). I'honc or write, c-o Scotland Woolen Mills, Lethbridge, Total ............ Expenditures. 1 (irocerics ........ ........?SS."i.'.'.' : Clothing ........ ........ J.-),.''ilt 1 Moat ........... ........24:!.71) Milk........... ........ 10;!,(10 ' Hoots........... ......... 21.(!ri Hread ........... ........ n.2.-); Medicine and drug �supplies , . ,'"i(i,:V,) ; Rent............. ........ ;i(i,oo; Work.......... ........ 2ii.8r.! Bawden Bros...... ...... 23.50 j :Mrs. H-arrold. Bal, id.d.l^. 1 Cheque ..... ........... l..")lll Heck Sohl ...... ....... 2.4.-) i Stamps ......... ........ 12.00' I'ixtra nurse ... ... ....... 00.00; U. It. Faro....... ........TiO Livery .......... ........ 4..")0 Coal.............. ........ 10,00 Board............ ........ 24,00 Cartage .......... ........ 11,ir, Water and Light ., ........ 2;)2.7� Hank bal. March :U, I'lis, ik;,:;;', Cash............. .....1,81 OS,14 The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Is now equipped with modern machinery and Is able to handle lots of work. First class worlimanslil]) and  materials guaranteed. Prices moderate. , H. Langley, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel I To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can lake care ot your orders promptly and satla-factorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS FOR up TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS V/e sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. DRAYING Of All Kiiuls WesternTransferCo. Limited ttrfUSSUPPLIES' i_WATER LOCATOR '\VATE R LOG ATE U > water for you. X CAN LOCATE Charges $20.00. T. 'L, Daviosi. 1218 5tb Ave. A. aouth, fcotiibridgo, Pliono 15-17. �7-0 AND ALL KINDS -OF ILBO. JRICAL WORK. W.L. MoKenzie & Go. PHONS air 711 Srd, Ave. S. SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repalrecl 311 7th Street S.' Phone 616 9 CO-OPERATIVE DELiyERV I HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND A-M CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES; AND OTHER PLACES OF BUS.f INE8S, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. E. Gobeiie Phone 186'^ ^ Residence Phone 1915 1,1)01;,I'.ii These cxiiendilurc.-; provided groceries for an averaiv ot' I") families per month, meat tor il lamiliea lonce a week), milk tor I [amilics, mcdi- . I cine- N^as supplic'd (01; 11' pallenls. ' fresjii eggs, cliiclcei] soup. Jellies, etc., ' = to 11 patients, new boots for .S child- : j ren and one wnnian, new clothing to I ^ ."i cliildron and one woman, new in- i fants' clothing 1 iiiade at the mission).] J for 11 babies. In addition to these. | worn clothing iind boots were sup- � plied to ."i4 t'ainilies, consisting of; worn coaij, suits, dresses and under- ' wear. Rent lias lircii paid for two old women, one for the entire, year, the other since (ictiibcr. This little place was furnls'ied and made hunie-llke and cnm((irtai)le hy furnishings donated to us by interested friends before tho woiiuui who now occupies it was discliiirged from the hospital, I where she bad been tor several i months. ' >. - \A'e had hoped at one time to re- ; duce-the e.tpense by liaving these i two women live together, and^ without] giving up eitlier shacks, tho expori- [ ment was tried for two weeks, when we were glad in part them. ] Board was iiaid for 2 weeks tor a young woman and her three weeks' old baby. , She was only .18 and liad been deserted by her liu.sband some months before, Tho baby'.s eyes weie j in such a condition that a local phy-j/nlcian told us Ibo only chance tor its eyesight would bo several treatments dail.v and for this reason slie \ must stay in town, 'I'hose treatments were given free by both' doctor and nurses with siilendld results. Room and board was paid tor another young woman whose husband j was in the buspftal aa the result of an accident, 'I'liis ivoman^ had a very largo goiter ami was iTnable to do work of any kind. She was persuaded, however, to accept the kind offer ot another local doctor \vlI>o operated sutfcessfully and also freo ot charge, Sue and her husband left t\ie hospital together, peiinllegs. We paid their railway fare to ivipp, where ho hoped to get worlc, and gave them provisions for a few days. A .woman was paid for 2 weeks to stay witii one of our patients aind care for her five small children. This woman's husband was buried tho day her baby was born and she needed all the help we could give her. Clothing, some old and some new, was given to'a family whoiiad oonie hero-irom Idaho. The.father, mother and four children all ' lived in "the covered wagon in whioli they arrived until Iho very cold woatlior- lietoro Christmas, when they moved into an old ho;isc, occupying one room, with only a. stove, one mattress on tho floor ,and a few chairs. Tholr little child, a year and a half old, died ot ijnoumonia the day after they were roportiBd to ua. , In classifying those wlio liavb received .nssigtaiu'o from ns during the year, seven ot thoin havo been where the huaband was too ill to work, pome are chronic oisoa and where there are too young children tor tho �mother to leave them and go out lior-selC to work, or where the husband needs hpr care. Five were widows with small children, and some are old people, without money and without'friends. Die young woman whose husband was killed in-a mine accident a tow yeftrsi-.ttgo, Jiever ,rec9vored irom the fi^O.ckf and .)va| jinfely taken to tljo (tsylufti tii)U' her llttly and girl THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR HAS A SELF STARTING DEVICE AN AUTOMATIC GOVERNOR TO REGULATE SP^ED AT ALL LOADS. X. FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. a number of men are on the ground waiting for work. wir:: o.1r phone The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 DRAYING .the star transfer geo. williams 518 6th Street S; Phone 1873 coal, c.o.d. LIGHT AND HEAvY DRAYING , HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O, D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Broe. 403 5th St. S. Phono 438 QTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phono 1448, Night Phono 787 act AssDciationAuctionSaie OF 208 BULLS 22 Aberdeen Angus, 57 Herefords, 2 Red Polled. 127 Shorthorns At Lacombe, May 29th,'18 SPECIAL SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS FOR PURCHASERS. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. E. L. RICHARDSON, SECRErARY, ALBERTA LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATIONS, CALGARY. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL g United Taxi Service 6" CARS" 6 V Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knovvedge ot tha district. Open day and\night. O:flco next Alexandra Hotel. ^ , PHONE 387 i# FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wish*'; ing to secure help should apply immediately to MR.� ~y A. WEIR, whp h^s charge of this free service. Phone 1603 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 809 HENDERSON. REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Room '6, Dominion Block Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSe AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office roo4s, 121-12^ New P. Burns BulldlnB. Cornd| kth At�, end 2nd SL East, CaleatT- Office Phone M28i8 Resldience Phona M237T Interne ccd Ho.iae ' Surgeon, Manhattan Elye, Ear, Noso uud Throat Hospital, New York Cl^, 1911-1914. ( 6pccla!t6t to Calgary School Board 274-2� I WHE^'YDU Hfl^VE A job to DFXeR JIT I'leasenDhry JR. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR ' J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLUS,* \ ;