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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 17,1918 DAILT HlilRALD PAGE tMHEB PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL PuTm. j. QiBsoiM-dentist aKAI> uate of Royal OoUego ot Dental Sur Vpona Toronto and holder,ot a Dots-telon Dental CurtlCioate. OttJce: rooms 5-0 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. pit. U T. ALLBN-UKNTldT. taUU cesBor to Drs. Courtlce & Ollchrlit). Oraduato ot Unlvoralty ol'Maryland. Rooms 8-9 MacdonaUl DlocU. Phon* linn. Lcthbrldce. Alta. ^MEDICAL DOCTOR GALBHAITU 914 Third Aveuuo Soutb, OftlcB hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ,................. 2-3 And by appointment. Telephone 1253 i� COLD STORAGE INIQUITOUS? ^JHB. MAUIld AND MAHKS-DENT-� iBts. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClufb. Hours 9 to 6. Otllco: Hig-lubothain Block. Phone 87,4. pHTirnST^llMftloKDH-djaStIHTT member ot Uoyal CoUese ot Stti" �eons. (Kng.) Ltconllaio Hoyal CoV lege oC PhyalGlans (London) h.DS.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-S. OHlce C-8 UIg Inholham Block. Phoae 1616. Pu. T. W. D'0.\-UKNTIST. QUAilU-aie North Weslorn Uontul Unl�er� Uy, Chicago. Ottlco phone 785; r�� Id-nco lijiono 7Ba, OtHcos: Union Hnnk BulldltiK. _l^*-** viavi l^lAVl A HOME REMEDY for women's dlacasoB and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request, Mrs. O. Thomas, 308 Tth Ave. A south. Phone 584. 119-0 GUNSMITHS bUNSMITHS &' LOCKaMITHB-Gun barrels stralghtcucd, guns restock-d. gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typowiitora, phonographs, any 1Ie1>* ; machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. MacdoaalJ, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1033, tli 4lh Ave. S. PIANO, TUNING i>. 11. CUIPPS. EXPEliT TUNBK-~ Player-Plauo and Organ Repairer; tu years" Xactor.T experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Aaaa., London, linglaud. Itetereccos to the leading muBitilana of the city. Phone VM . izio ixh Ave. A, South. Pr.lVATfc HOSPITALS taivATE iibspmvL-iiiis. van Haarlem's Private, Hospital aJ)d Maieruily Home.. 1l224 7Ui Aveuus bouth. l^houu 7-iG. EDUCATIUNAL GARBUTT BUBINE5S COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, LothbrtdB* Daj and evening school. pUorthand, TypewnUus. bookkeeplni, end all Commercial Subjects. ' Office Phone 1J15 Residence Phona or Prlnslpal 153V White I'or Full laformuUon. WELDING c::y-acetylene welding - w. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avonue and 10th Biroot. DRS. DeVEBBR, CAMPBB3LL, ROY & CRAGG. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8,80 p.m. Phone 505. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY ft JAMII& on-Office, 109 fiherlock Block Telephones: Of (Ice 319; R*cldenc� CIS. otttc* hours: 11 to It a.m.; 1.30 to 8.30; 7 to 8 tiR. TAYLOKr-mar. Bye, Noee and Throat; lie Sherlock Dldg. Oitlct Ifours 10-12; 2-0; rcnines by n> pointment Phones: Ottic* 841: Re� Idence 598. 1>K. P. W. TULLBK, EHYS31CiA� and Surgeon. Ottlcp Sheppord Block opposite StnrUnd Theatre, rooms 6 io 4. Office hours: 11 to It a.m.; Uo to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Ottlc* TBO; Rsildenco 420, 8th SL 8., Phone 1494. DR. J. E. LOVBRING, Physlcaln and Surgeon. X-Ray a^ulpmenL Office and residence. 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, and V-9. Tslephone day end night 1242. 296-0 DR. G. W. LEECH. M.D., CM., Phyai clan and Surgeon. Otflco, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldgo. Phone 889. Residence 030 11th Bt 8. Phona 1007. Office hoari": 11 to 1".15; 1.30 to 3 00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.3Q to 3.00. UR. R. W LYNN, ROOM 6, HBUTEU Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-H p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by ap-polntroent. Phona; OlJice 459, Res. 599. CHiriOPKACTORS find June B. Smith.--If you are sick ' and want to regain health, taks spinal Bdlustments and get well Office la residence, 903 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, hours V.30 to 6, V to 9. Phono 1677. MUSIC .MlbS AlLJiKN JUNES-I'mnoforlf. Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils uuicred for the ^ex emlnatlons ot the Royal Acadom; and Royal College of Music, Lon don. En., last yeai' were sujcessfuL Studio. 623 Uth Street South. MRS. W. a. JOHNSON-TEACHER ot Piano. Harmon/ and theory Over tea years' teaching experience, istudlo tuily oQuipped with black board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod ulating board,> etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. VULCANIZING iuP TO DATE TIRE IIEPAIRING and rolreadlns our spocially. � Sxpresi paid one way on out ot town custom. Prompt service. Phone 7ii0, 20S 13th St, death. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. AU makes oi oicyciea repaired. A large stock of accesaor-led ou hand. D. E. McDonald, (Sun-^ialth and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 iV^ES TESTED J.M,HEHD�RSOH SIGHTSPECIALJST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office nfWiK^hli Jrwcllc-v 5ii ,. Houi\ 10 t& IZ ,i,f,i "2 to ^ p rn BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAiC ery, for pastry that you can deponrt tipon being mads on home-made principles. KIrkby & Co., 006 art" ,Avo. S. Phone 1627. ^ Acts as an Equalizer of Prices -Profits in United States V?Vs� Low-Hostile Attl-tude Towards Industry � ? ? (rsy G. ir. Mni-noch, In the Monetary Times.) "All cold storage business la vicious and Iniquitous." It public opinion generally Is to be Judged by what wo road in the press and by what the man In the street says, that l.-^ the conclusion that the Canadian public has renclicd. Cold Storage Wanted In Lethbridge. All t^ho Hauio the people In Lethbridge and the surrounding districts would bo very glad to see one of these halls of iniquity^set up here. Quito a serious effort In the direction ot starting a company to build and cciulp a cold storage house was made hero II year or two ago; but after some deliberation the project was AUCTION SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that Auction Sales ot School Lands win be held In the Province ot Alberta at the places and on the dates hereunder mentioned: - Walnwrlght, Monday, May 27, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m. .Lamont, Thursday, May 30, 191S, at 10 o'clock a.m. Vegrov^lle, Saturday, June 1, 19IS, at 10 o'clock a.m. ' Big Valley, Tuesday, June 4, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m. Red Deer, Thursday, June 6, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m. Foremost, Tuesday, June 11, 1918, r.t 2 o'clock p.m. The lands v.-lll be ottered in quarter-sections or portions thereof, subject to a certain upset prlr;o in each case, and also to the terms and conditions as ai.nounced by the Auctioneer or official in charge, prior to the coniuiencoment of tlio sale. TERMS OK PAYMENT. One-tenth in cash at time ot sale and the balance In equal annual in.s-tniment.s with l.Tlurest at the rate ot six per cent, per annum on the balance ot the purchase money frdm time to llmo remaining unpaid except In cases where the area of land sold does not exceed forty acres, in which case, the term.s of payment will be ono-tlfth in cash and the balance in four equal annual instalments with interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum on the lial'ance ot the purchase money from time to-time remaining unpaid. 9 � Scrip or warrants will not be ao-c^iBpted In payment. For further particulars see posters. Lists ot the lands to be ottered may be had on application to the Secie-tary of tho Department, ot the Interior, Ottawa, to Frank A. Collins, Superintendent ot School Lands, Winnipeg, or to any Agent of Dominion lands in the Province ,of Alberta. � Hy�order, J. W,. GREENWA^, Commissioner of Dominion Lands. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 191S.' Ad. G. UNOERTAKING %. S. PETTHRLY, LEADING FUNBR-.Ql director and licensed embaunsr, motor or horse driven hearaes. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office Iiboa. eai, rssldenca ptuae 11711. Open day and night n, XTTcii-AY Ht MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn aaulpment. 803 3rd Ave. B. Phona lii02. Always osen. nsvsr clo.iciJ. OECORATINO .WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-' orators, Paperhangers and Painter* KnlBomlning, General Decoratlnc and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest estabiisbcd painters in Lethbridge. Rjis. Phone 1472,-- office phone l'(}8. Sherlock Uldg., Loth-bridge. AHa. A. MEADS-Painting, Decorating find Pai)er' Hanging. Phone 090. �ll . 8lh Ave. S.__117-^0 ^\.'�liAiERY, PAINTING, DECORATE ing, Paper Hanging. Kalsomlnlng, etc. Best materials only used for nil verk. Estimates �wlllliTBly given. 936 9th Street S. Phoun SSE. VAINTINOAND PAPERHANGING - We are competent to do all kinds ot painting from outside work to Ilheat decorating. Wo apeclallze on coun try school and churches. Lowest Sitlmates. Largest atock ot wall �jiaper In city: Watch tor yellow automobile. JX^ R. Brown. 313 6tb Avo, A. a Pbtfno 720.' In Ljathbrldge 20 years.^ 8HQE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Shoes are too expensive those days to bo bought It not necessary, pur repairing often Bves. the .price of new ones. Call and deliver. Phone 733. O. K. Shoe* �> CP'- 817 8rd' Avo^^___08^ Shoe UBPAmrNG-^Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done womptly. Orders called tor anit de-Uvercd. Frank Miles, Cll 4th Ava. Bouth. , , BUILDERS We are prepared to build your Home or Barn In Town or Country by Day or Contract. NORTHAM AND HARRIS Gei\. Del. Lethbridge. , Phone 1278 __!^.^*_._ WE ARE SPEGIALiJJlNO In natural settings In Coyote, Lynx. Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set differ-ont, now ettects. Rav^ turs wanten. Scott. Practical Furrier, HIglnboth-am BIccIc. ^ 87-0 CLEANING-AND DYEING THE ' VALET-SPBCJALISrS IM French Dry Cleaning. Our proeest eliminates danger ot Injury to garments. Only the highest class work varned out No (iyelng. Immedtatt atention Is given to country ordera S24 6th Street South. Phone 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning. Preaslng^ H� pairing and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. W� call for and deliver goods. 410 6tb street South. Phono 634.. 261-30 lee WING, the Tailor. Cleaning; pressing and repairing. High clasi work at lowest prices. Dtllvery trss. lis 7th Bt 8. Phone 101�. 286-14 COLEMAN SiTTHB CROW'S NEST PASS branch ot C. P. R.. Is one of the most prosperous towns in Alberta. Population 2800. having monthly payroll .ipproxlmatlne ?fo.OOO, Electric light and waterworks, excellent school necommodatlon. The folWwlng professions and Industries are not represented and are wanted. Newspaper, lawyer, plumber, baker, steam laundry. Parlies Interested and de-sirln? further Infonnatjpij will" write A. F. Short, Secretary, Board ot Trade. 1!10-6 SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE n57TI\DIES~OFirETHiiB^ vicinity call upon me to be measured for a SplroUa corset, brassierres, blouse oxtemUrs, children's waists, otc. Mrs. Mortin, Suite 69 Dominion Block, 4th Aye. 8. NATIONAL TIRE FILLER USE NATIONAL TIRE. FILLER In your casings and save time and expense. Used and recommended by Crystal Dairy Ltd., Hudson's Bay Co., E. J. Tlokner & Co. It ends all ; the trouble 100 per cent. Lethbridge - Motors Ltd,,,lllh St, S. . ^33-26 Mr. farmer! Insure your^ crops against HAIL ' with HOLMES JOWETT (late P.P.C.L.I.). Phone ^r write, c-o Scotland Woolen Mills, Lethbridge. r Highest Prices - Paid LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PBLT � FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph .Offless Rsfersnces: Standard Bank Office Phone 796 Residence Phens 32� dropped. Tho Idea Was l.o take advantage ot the Dominion Oovitu-ment subsidy .of ope-tltlrd'of tiie coBt of tho building and octiilpiiicui; but, aa tho conditions attached lo thu snb-sirty arc that a conslderublt! ainounl of space must ahvays be k(;j)i al tho disposal of the public,'it was foil that the^keeping of that amount of space | perhaps out of use altogetlnu- fur long periods of time! WouIttinaUi' \\\o. pro-Jectiqulto hopeless. From i.-iiqulry made then It appeared that such concerns as had 'e^tablieheil tlKunsclvcs on the basis-of the'subslciy managed to remain In existence by iii(> .-uidi-tlonal capital that they cinilil provklo for actually buying' produce DutrlRlil In times, of plenty, and .si-iiinK it In times of scarcity, 'and iijiiilvlnK the margin of profit to the cost ot running the establishment; ami that oven so thc( risk had to Ix; lakon in spite of the agreement w'uM ilio Uov-erniiient, of filling ,up, on ilio company's account,'ot .practically nil tho available spa(;e,; ailid ;, of providing space tor the puljj|Ic..> for .'(torage. somehow, If the demand anjic The Telephone Won't L.-iy Eggs. The fact Is, that when a priKlucer has anything to sell, he wuiits ui hcII at once and put ,hls money inio further production. He wants to leave the holding and liandlliiK in ,:oMie-borty else who is in conalnnt touch with all the likely ^nai;kcls. 'I'lie consumer's quite natural desire U to buy always at the lowest price; but llic consumer's need-arises at ;i particular moment, and, as the modem world has- arranged Itself, that ncil lias to be mot., A great many of us live In apartment houses; biit even of tliose of us who live In our own liouics there are very tew indeed who li.tvo anything, like the faclHtte.s tliut our grandmothers had for preserving and storing our food supplies; and, when wo come to tlilnk of It, wi- Megin to see that the cold storage houses have better means for storing our food than our grandmothers ever Imd; and better means tiian we could |)rovldo in even tho best lald-on; prlvato home. Tho con.=!umor grumblrs .vlipu the cold storage house start.s lo ouy eggs In April, because, as she .says, that raises the price she has lo pay. Well, what would she have? That the cold-storage house .should keep off tlie market then? All right. 'Yhcn December and January come al iim; no egga In cold storage; what an iniquity- why, didn't the cold atoraue houses provide for this? Why. because yon wouldn't let them do so In .\ift-il. And what does the farnier'.s wife and'tlie poultry plant say; Tliey say, what's the use ot all our tiouble and expense of keeping hen.s all ihrough the. winter, when we iiave to sell our eggs at any old prlrit in April and' May? And' so they go out of, and we get no okks at all. Then the corisumer bCKins lo come to his senses ."a. lltyp. Ili.s .wife thouglu oi'g.s ca'ra'e "6'tit' of tlie telephone; and when the toliphono declines lo lay eggs, she IiorIus to think. a Useful MicWIeman. The giit ot the -matter is that cold storage is an efflcle;ii. up-to-dalo method of carrying food over from seasons ot plenty to sea.sons of scarcity, tho producer Aiamt^. Lo market his stuff, he doesn't want to Iteop it; the consumer wnnis lood' when he wants it; ho doesn't v.ant'to keep It. The cold storage man conie.s in between, he'buys from the one. takes care of "he food tor a while, and sells when it Is need as Is indicated by the market price. Of course the kindly critic says the cold storage man does not sell when it is needed. The ordinary common-sense answer is that if he does not sell whiin trfemarket is good, he is a poor business man. Nojiody except the miser tries tu^keep merchandise for ever, and the miser is a fool. No merchanX buys goods for the pleas-ure^ of keeping tiiem and looking at them. We need hardly to persuade ourselves that the cold storage man is both a knave and a fool. Poor Money in Cold Storage. Prof. Richard Graham, of the Ontario ^Agricultural College, said recently: "I have travelled over a large part of the United States, inquiring Into packing plants, examining the cold borage facilities, 'and testing their goods. I have learned that there Is never any very big money made out of these concerns, and I Mioa-o occasion to know of some very serious losses that have been sustained from time to time." And his words are more than verified by the oftl-x^Ial statement ot the Bureau ot Mar- NO HOME RUI.E WLI. INTRODUCED London, May 17.-The house of commons adjourned last night until May 28 without any sign of the long delayed Irish Home Rule Bill. Apparently the members of the government have no idea when the bill will be introduced. BRITISHER SUNK. Loudon. -May it.-The Drltisli Htoumor-Clan Mackay was sunk in a collision on May 11, according to a telegram from Gibraltar received by Lloyds. The crew was saved. kets ot tho United States. Charles J. Brand, chief ot the Bureau, says in his report of March lltli in regard to cold storage of eggs: "If we lump tho results of the three years for \vhlch the' Hurcau of Markets lias accumulated data and Issued reports, ^ve find a net profit ot appro.xiniately two and a linlf million d6llars on, an Investment of* one hundred and l(Vty-elght millions, or approximately one and two-thirds per cent., mnking no allowance for Interest on Investment." The Function of the Packer. 0 l^at us see now what we arrive at a^ a result of this Ultlo discussion. 'I'he producer wants an oven and steady market tor his produce; if he can't get it he curtails his efforts-that can hardly be said to increase the foodstuffs tliat are available. The consumer wants food cheap all tiie'' time, but mainly he wants food; and if ho would think a Ultle, lie would discover that even and steady prices would suit him better, too. The cold storage man provides the means for arriving at these steady and even prices^. Therefore, what wo want Is more ""cold storage houses, and not to put thoRS that are now providing the service out ot buslno^is. Cold Storage Is' Valuable to Canada. As Professor firaluuu says: "There is no reason why every person should not have a poached egg for break- fast the year round. Perfect Htorngo eondltlonii would render tliia possible. In fact, I will defy anyone not a first class expert lo tell the difference between a fresh egg and a stored egg oven for six months under these ideal coiidlllons. The packing liouso is the proper iilace for this business. It would bo better If private packing of eggs beyond one's lionio supply were discountenanced. In Denmark their great advantage lies in tlie fanners lioing In easy distance ot packing houses, so that the egg goes into storage within a. few liours oi' production. "It Is the same in tlio case ot meats. The packing houses in Canada have certainly contributed much to our agricultural prosperity and wo are decidedly out of sympathy Willi any campaign to drive them out ot their present business, it would be poor iiuslness for (.'anadians." But who v.'iU be valiant enough to put his money into cold storage business in face of tlie facta that have,been quoted as to earnings, and In tfi^e prtisenl state ot public opinion as to the Iniquity of the busino.-is'.' And in the meautinie we have to i wait for tlie conveniences and liirlfl of cold storage: for. as Poor Richard says: "industry ueeil not wish and lie that lives upon hopes will die faslin,?." i Standing hr Service al Taylor Milling Co. Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLION (ROYAL DESCEIVJT) 320 Acres fdr Salr 120 acres In crop. , land all ' fenfied. Good buildings, well, full line ot machinery, horses, etc. All for $30,00 iter acre.; Only'7V4 miles to good town. � . i Price $30.00 per acre^ �$^fiOa Cash ' Chas. T. Couiint Skiff, Alberta 135-Ci Ll. water locator _ 'HrATi5irEseATBB-i cAirtoigpi water for you. Clmrgeg $20.00,' T, � Jj.: Davles, 1218 Bth Ave, A. south, );etjil)ridgo,;.pijouo 1047, D7-0 CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CQ. Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal, Hides and Fiirs. , Highest^ pricey paid for ^Ides, Fur. Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Avenue 8., Lethbridge. Telephone 1466 120-13 Capt, H. M, Hllchio, ,of Calgary, has gone to Winnipeg Ao succeed Q, II. Welsby as puymnsler of M, D; 10. ' CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY I HAVE JAN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERINa FOR BTOfllk AND OTHER PLACES OF BUSINESS, GUARANfiEEINQ YOU GOOD, PROMPT' aiRVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. L Gobelle CARDSTON THRESHERS TRACTORS (FO^R KINDS) Gray-Dort Automobiles Cardston Implement Co., Limited Southern Alberta's Largest Hnrdwa.-e Store ATTENTION f . All Blacksmith's Shops OF THIS CITY WiU Close ON SATURDAY AFTER FOR UP TO I^ATE House, Sign and Auto Painting ^ see G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS VJf. sell tha Empire Ready Trim. med Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door ta Herald Office. AT 12.00 O'CLOCK. may FIRST. DRAYING Of AU Kinds WesternTransferCo. LliniU'jI ftftlje-C. P. R. FrelQhi ahids PHONES offic* ........... nil stable. .......... J0i4 DRAYING - THE STAR TRANSFER ' GEO. WILLIAMS SIS 6th Street S. . i'hone 1671 COAL. CCD. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1^92 710 Fifth Ave. 3. The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Is now equipped with modern machinery and is able to handle lots of work. First claKS workuianBhlp and mJiterlalB guaranteed. Prices moderate.' H. Langley, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our iisudl arrangements for fai-m help this spring and can take care ot your orders promptly and satisfactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS OF Phone Residence Phons1>1S "ASSESSMENT ROLL" 1918 � NOTICE Is hereby given- that tho Assessment, Itoll ot the Town of Magrath for the year l�i8 has been prepared and is now open to Inspection at my office in the Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 4-p.m. on every lujlIelBl day except Saturday and on that day from. 10 a.m. to midday and that any ratepayer wKo desires to object to the Assessment ot himself or of .any other person must within thirty days after the date ot tlils notice lodge hla complaint in writing at my. off Ice. Dated, this \15th day of May A.D, 1918. - ALVIN O. piCH. 131-8 Town .Assessor. I have taken my farm at;.CardBton out 6t the hands of all agents, there is 800 acres of growing grain. 40 acres more will be seeded to Barley. ' i ^ffer this place ^vIth oroiJ. stock and machinery at $tl0.00 per acre.  Communicate direct with R. A. Hutohlnison, Cardston, Aha. 127-0 A ONE MAN TRACTOR IS WHERE ONE MAN ALONE OPERATES THE BINDER, DRILL OR OTHER IMPLEMENT, AS WELL A3 THE TRACTOR. THAT 18 WHY MO-LINE TRACTORS ARE POPULAR. FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. a number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYIN(; HOUSE MOVING COAL. C. O. O, ' CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 Bth St. S. Phone 43� OTT'S AUTO OVERY Day Phone 1448, Nlgfit Phone 787i SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEC United Taxi Service 6-CARS--6 Beilable and efficient ears and (rivers with a thorough knowledge of the district Open day and night. Office nut A^ exandra Hotel. PHONE 387 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCI ; � Phi)hp;'i345 ; ,. ; I AND ALL KINDS OP Iklfr ' TRICAL WORK. Wit. McKeMfe'lc Co. ^HONB M7 ?filr#Av4. S. mmm^mmmmm. The Provincial Department of Agricultwe Has Opened a ~ BUREAU jnthe Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who hu churge of this free service. Phone 1603 ACCOUNTANTS  Phone 1019 ^ P.O. Box 809 "^�HENDERSON, REID AND � PATERSON ^ j[ Chartered Accountants, "v Audits, Investigations, Eto. i SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Minings-Manufacturing. Wholesale and Retail A'ecountlna Room 6, Dominion Block Dir. A.T.Spankie . M.D.,, CM." . EVe, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-123 New P. Burns BuUdtng, Corner Sth Jki% and 2nd St Eas^ CalBkry^ Otflca Phone M2848 Resldenca Fhona IIIOTT Interna �d Ho;