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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO WHAT DIB 108 GREEN TO LEAD THE TORIES IN B. C. TUESDAY, 8, The Price She Paid for Lydia pound Which Brought Good Health. Danville, Sollareon jour medicine and I feelso mi iml much better tflsu A Cranbrook. B.C.. May Her- aid is responsible [or the following pov itical gossip: It. F. Green. M.P. for Kootonay in lihn Dominion Parliament, will lead Inn I Brilisli Columbia Conservatives In the next provincial fight, if the word of prominent local Conservatives can Be Mr. Green has been in- tor Dominion politics, slumping the province in the Interests, of Sir Rob- on Bordon. prominent local Consemilivo In- terviewed thie afternoon in reference to Mr Ureen leading the party the prov pun uiw said he believed "there was something in it." and expected an an- nouncement to be made very shortly. much better reiieu upon. Mr. Green has been n- oreen was well versed in did "hen the doctor Mi-l was treating me, I 1 don't suffer any bearing down pains at all now and I sleep well.' I cannot say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegets- I lately He was a former cabinet niln- llster'in the McBride cabinet, bul re- signed owing to the Kaieu Island deal, which was discussed in every part of Canada. Tha'report says Mr. (..reen will run in the Kaslo ridins, where he is sure of beins elected, and setting provincial affairs, kept touch with the movements oi tie spy. eminent since resigning _ from office some vears ago. Mr T D Coven, the local member in'the B.C. legislature, is also mon-. tioned in this regard. It is said the nave av forme. I am enjoy- will unrne return and ing good health now and owe it all to ,our remedies. I take pleasure in tell- ing my Mends and neighbor, about MXTTIE HALEY, 601 Col- Treatreenti, ElwtreUsli pooirr poTntment only. Room L Hal. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, p.m. Offlce 914 Third ATtmit. Phone 1353. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence IMS Sixth Avenue. Office hours OOce Phone Residence 1090. DP. Bye. and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Pheoec 341, Re- sidence Home. en on apolication. South. Phone UNBERTARING T S Funrn! Direetor wd Emb.lawr, tor the somerrllle Gran Workt, of Calgary. Offlee opposite Court HOIIM- Phone KfW- deiee 284 7tu Ave. S. Open day night. 3 Y HURSt, EMBALMER FUN ER'AL 3rd Ate. a. Phou. 1802. Open night dty. PIANO TUNING GERMAN SEED FIRM- IS -NOT IN FAVOR Toronto, Ont.. May strong anti-German feeling in Toronto was manifested, "this when the premises of a leading seed firm, "the proprietors of which are of German leacent, were plastered -with haud- bills, on which was printed: "Are you handling man ifho Kicked the King's uniform out of his store? Do you think this will help yonr busi- Since noon, fever of nil Majesty .has become higher. KING OF GREECE CRITICALLY ILL London, May Greek lega- tion has received a bulletin from Athens reading: The feverish condition of King Con- stantine increased. His .temperaturs registered 102 degrees, and his pulse _...... _......----------------- was 122, and his respiration ridings of Columbia, Cranbrook and Tne King of Greece has been ill for Fernie, met here last week, and or- a week and a recent dispatch said ganized the East Kootenay Federal Lib cold had turned Into pleurisy. eral association, r. B. Hill of Golden presided, and after Dr. J. H. King had addressed the meeting, .the following officers were elected: President, A. B. Macdonald of Cran- brook; first vice-president, C. D. Mc- Nabb, Waldo; second vice-president, F. B. Hill, Gelden; secretary, F. M. Me- Pherson, Cranbrook; treasurer, F. C. Stockdale. Invermere; "executive com- mittee: J. C. Green, Golden; C. D. Morris, Rogers Mr. Tomlinson, Field; -Sic. Tunnacliffe, Wilmer; C. A.. Klingensmith, Elko; G. G. Melkle, Na- -tal; 0. Worth, Fort Steele; A. .Mac- neil, Fernie; .C. A. Foote, Moyie; Jos- eph -Jackson, C. R. Ward and Ed. Cranbrook'. G H CRIPM, BXPERT 'player-Piano and Organ Heaalrer; ZO years factory Hon ours Certificate MT. Assn., London England. S'.WSf -musicians of the city. 1253 6th Ave. A South. "CLEANING AND MEDICAL AGENTS WANTED Destruction and horror ot the Great War: Thrilling, hear rendinff and appalling. Greatest sel er ever published.' Only dollar. BBS erms. Sample book free. Winsto jO. Toronto. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Omee: Hooms 5 and 6, Brjin Block. Phone W7.1. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce uate University of Maryland, nooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, A1U. DRS. AND Snecessors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Ciure. Houn: 9 to 5. OfBce, Hlg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. C. bar ot Royal .College of Slirr'onn. (Bni.) Licentiate Royal Colltae Ft Physicians (London.) L.D.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; M. Kigin botham Block. by young man. -ligh school education and commer- cial training, experienced in practical office work; can operate typewriter, references. "Apply Phone .1272, P.. U. Box 204: AUCTIONEER THE 6th St. S, opposite the Herald, are specialists in-chem- ical'" cleaning and dyeing. Reaair- ing and altering our specialties Rli calls and delivers. Phone 1813. W. L. ana City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of al kinds conducted on reasonable terras. Lire stock and farm sale specialty. Office at the Wllaon li'ur- nitiire Co., 404 13th St. N. Phono Residence Phone 685. Down- town office at the burn PiMlty Co. Phone 1173. 'ana women to he barber wages'while learn ni- graduates .inake big money. Cala'.csue free. Moler Barber College, 604-A Centre Street. Calgary. Alii. l 'O room House, eor nrt .Ave. and Sth gas. suitable for lodging' house._ ieasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ill. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. Avenue S; 335. _ S., S.rOQined louse, modern, newly decorated, good( arden. Apply, Arthur layr, 6lh St. S. PROPERTY.FOR SALE cash offer, for eel on l-3lh St.-'Soulli between 4lh ind Stll Address-Box. 22. Carmangay. Alta. PROPERTY of .'houses.. for( or exchange." We-'have famis and city lots to exchange. Apply iooni 10 Macdonald Block. buy a'threeior four house on .one or ,two. lots; nilBl be a bargain.', 'A'pply .Room 10. Macdonald Block. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTS "s'ecoml' graph, medium be a barr .for -caah.--vAppl.y- Box. Clly, O.. 'VlSa-l -canoe, good 'condition. Write Box stating price.: WANTED-rBveryboflj: their furniture- ai'th'e City ..Second 4M or- srgan.. wa'nleij. .J. for cash; good o'i- had.condition; be cheap. make, .age and lowest price. Box. 34 Herald .of. nee.- :Stallion'to' get die Horses; horse used :ro ferred. Would for good light horse. Apply-'Geb. -r Hoadley, Okotoka, SITUATIONS WANTED MISCELLANEOUS TOR SALE" .young Scotch woman, position-as general servant.' Apply Box 38 Herald. The enttrTcbntentB.or.-a six roomed house cqnslitirrj" of oak dining up- holstered chairs. 'All .in'. good ditlon. Apply Bdjc' 20- Herald'. FOR SALE -for' twin "drive, with tan; dem attachment, ill aelf'-YSr cash5 or" easy1 SALE r B.- C. Truit lands, in the celebrated Tobbaco Plains hear Flagstone, B. climate ideal. For information apply Leth- bridgfcWeybum :Realty Co.: Ltd., 12G2 1st -Ave. South. LAND FOR SALE icres of land also .'oil lease on same; within-'four miles of the Foremost well "Will -sell land or. lease separ- atelv. Apply C. S. Farrow, Box Lethbridge, or office of- Lsthbndge. taundry ttd' Trial "riiri arranged any payments. evening.- TOR Five dah'Sjr. store show cases, in ond H'and JOB FOR and western rye grass. The, Foundations', Alta. fairly central. Write 3S maii. Herald office. -flj-. room In tujt too far from post and B o'clock dlnhe'rlln'iJinin.W.tW.n' if uos- sible. Posl iM'.Clty. TAILORING Capt. West.- the Edmonton Irian killed a't the front, was a grandson ot Sir Algernon CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston. 70S 3rd Ave. S. 'Samples and self measurement forms' seat to out of town customers. PIANO TUITION HAY, GRAIN, FEED Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage space for rent. Frost proof basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saundert. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. PUPIH FOR Kay, 1401 7th Areaue North: W. A. HINOERtON COY. Medicine-Her Winnipeg _ Chartered AweunUMe Accountancy in all its touches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, andi Trait titatioos, PATiRION, (srei) Aesila auileini, B J RITCHIE WEtTIRN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all line's Timothy, Al- faUa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McCIenaxhu, 2nd Ave. South: Phoae Letabridce, Alberts. EGGS FOR WyandotU era at half price. Alter .May 15th I will supply, eggs, from my prize -Win- ling pen containing S, and 4 pul- eU and 2nd prize cock, at Lethhndge 1914 show for J1.60 per setting. Also BuK Orpington eggs at 11.00 Bet- 12 2nds, C'algary anil Taber on Barred Docks: J2: fertility guaranteed; prize -Reds, JJ; Buff' R'ocks, B. Losey, Winnifred, BGOS'FOH Pure Bred lay 'R. C." nliode Island' Reds 'and per-15.' (No more (itfgij after'SHth of Yearling hens of tiie -above' and upwards. Cocks and Cockerels, J2.00 and upwards. "Cbme early and get your choice. HV. Holmes. 2J2 18th St. NOTth. line, with 110 per Appiy'Vlt'JOtll at. 103-ox ROOM-AND in modern -mod- 'ra'te terms. S. TO a 'gOoT- ro'qtfl' modern convenlenoesj 'st'eiam "li'est. shower baths, T. A. Shoe Repairs FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will tie called for and delivered. VULCANIZING Lcthbridge Vlll- canixlng specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing ot all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chap, lin t Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th SI..S., rear Me- Natfst Saddlery. W. 4th, one stallion, branded Bar R on right, hip. Owner -can .have j and out acres more or less-ofi alfalfa; three crops; three miles jputh.jtBast; Apply P. o: Boi1 !_ NOTICE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR THE GUARDiAN THE GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURNCE SOCIETY THE NORWICH UNION ACCIDENT BRANCH FIREMAN'S FUND; AUTOMOBILE, W. BOX 511. LETHBRIDGE, ALCERTA. ;