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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta monhay, mat \m, 1^5 TKK LETHBRIDGE DAIl.T TTERiVLn PAGE THREB PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL Eit. si. j. aiusolsi-riKNTiST ukaj* uato of Uoyol College orOentaJ Sur-B�>ona Toroulo and Uoldor ol a Dob* inlon Dental CcjrtUlcote. Ottica: rooim SG Uryan Dlock. I'hono 1071. BitTTT^r. ALLEN-OKNTIST. (SUC-ceBBor to DrB. Courtloa & OUchrlit). tiraduato o( UnivorBlty ot Maryland. Itaoica 8-9 Maadoiiald Ulock: fboat _1 lUf- .............. 7-8 pm, Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appolntraant. Telephone 125J member ol Uoyal CoUoge oC Sur geoas. (Eng.) LIconllato Royal cot tego ot Physicians (London) L-^p-I'JOO. Hour* K-12; 1-G. OHlco C-8 Hi* nibothum Block. Phono 1816. Fl~i'." W. L^oi^UlilNTlST. UllAUU-ato North Western uoutul Unlvars-Uy. Chloaso. OHlce phone 7115; iH^,^,> nh,n� 752. UUlcoa: Uuloo Bank BulldlnK. VIAVI VlAVl A HOMil remedy for women's dlsoaaoa und nervous disorders. Successful (or 25 years. LItoruture on reuuo.st, Mrs. O. Thomas, 308 TUi Ave. A south. Phone r)84. 119-0 GUNSMITHS UUNSMITIIS & LOCKSMITHS -uuo barroU BtralBht�n�d, guns reatoch' d, gun work done by a gunamlth, keys made, looks repaired, bicycles, typawnters. phonographs, any light mnchlnery repaired, lawn mowers harpensd. a B. MaodonalJ. Indian Motoroyoia Agent. Phone IVii, *H 4Lh Ave. S. PIANO TUNINQ "drs. dTvebkr, camphrll, hoy & CKAOO. Office Uoyal Bank Building. Office hours; 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 60S. 87-0 UKB. CONNOli, MoNAX-LY * JAMt& on-Office, Telephones: 610. Of flea hours: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 109 Sherlock Block Office 319; Resideucc 11 to i� a.in.1 p.m. DR. TAYLOKr-Kar, Kyis Noae anil Throat; 116 Sherlock DIdg. Oi'tloe hours 10-13; 2-6; evcnfnga by �p polntment rhonaa: Office 341; lU* Idence 593. Jilt. P. V/. TliLLKll, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Btarlaud Thoatr*, rooma to 4. Ottlcd hours: 11 to U �.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.iu. rhones: ortlca 780; Hatldenc* 420, 8th SL 8, Phone 1494. DR. J. il. LOVEIUNO, Physlcain and Surgeon. X-Uay equipment. C:flce and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Houra 11-12, l-U and 'i-9. Tolcphons day and nbsht 1248. 296-U MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 'T\-hen Replylnr Mfntlon The Harald) WANTED-We buy~aiiTliiTr ui5it""oT flco furniture, tj'powrltora, etc Bvar- gll and Kranks.__83-0 WANTI'JD TO BUY-A shack mat cim bo moved. Apply to The Noralng Mission, 42s 13th St. or pbohe 1238. ___ lOJ-Q \VANTB1>-A Bb'od Win trade , a good years old. Alberta, Apply fresh milk cow. work horse, sU Itos 1.17, Tlurdett, 132-C WANTl5t>-a second hand oar. Must b liuinorlBt alildos and wo liavo l](^ ready to go home tho fltorm wa:� at its worst and the result was they had to stay in town. Several of our cUlzene still stick to the Ford aii;l wo noticed that they were the- onl.v ones who succeeded in getting home. Good Prospects. The change in woiuher was responsible for quite an aleratlon in tho attitude of the r.jsldenls of these parts and now (iVfryhudy i.s looking forward to anotlier bumper year. Prospects were mjvcr brighter and the town of Vulcan will want a lot of beating from all standpoints. Town Growing. Kveryone will adniit that this is one of the best wheat dlstilcts that can be found and in addition the town Is one of tlie be.it ou the line. BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAlt-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made oa home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 006 3ri) Ave. s. Phono 1627. FURS WE ARB 3PBOIAL,IZINO in natural settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, now effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, Hlglaboth-am Block. 87-0 CLEANINO AND OYKINO "vAlSfcrspBciAHSTa THE "VALffiT-SPBClALlSTa W French Dry Ctoanlng. Our proeesi ellmlnatee danger ot tnlury to gar menta. Only the highest olaaa work umed out 'Uo dyetag. Immedtatt atenlion U glraa to country ordart. tS4 �lh Street South. Phone 1813. Highest Prices ... Paid... LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT A  FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offleea Raferencci: Standard Bank Office Phona 799 Rcaldenee Phona 32t DEfORATINQ JWKLLINOTON BU08.-THB DEC orators. Paperhanxers and PalnMrs KalsomlnJng, Oeneral Daooratiat and Sign Writing. BaUmaMa given. The oldest establlBhed painters in Lethbrldge. Itas. Phono 1472; oUIca phona IV S3. Sherlock Uldg.. L�tJl bridge. Alta.� ' A. MEADS-Painllng, tJeeoratlng and P'aper Hanging. 8th Ave. S. Ph02iO 090. 611 117-0 DECJORAT- LOO SAM-Cleanlne, Vresslng, K� pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call (or and deliver gooda. 410 Sth Street South. Phone 634.__>361-30 LE�1 WlNfi, the Tailor, tleanlni, preBslng and repalrlDg, High elais work at lowest rrlces. DeUverjr free. 113 7th St. 8. Phone 101�. 284-24 RT'EMEltY. PAINTINa. log. Paper Hanging, Kalsomlniug, etc. Beit matorlala only used (or all vork. Estimates willingly glTen. 836 9th Street S. Pboca 338. PAINTINQ AND PAPERILANQINQ - We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We speclalUa on country school and churches. Liowest aitlmates. Largest stock o( wall - ii^per In city. AVatch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. 8. Phone 720. In Lethbrldge 20 years. _SHOE repairing_ knOB REPAIRING-Shoes are too expensive these daya to be bought If not necessary. Our repairing often saves the prlco of new ones. Call and deliver. Phona 733. O, K. Shoe Co., 817 3rd Ave._98-0 IHOE REPAIRINO-Phono 1717 (of your sbue repairs. Work dons yoraptly. Orders oallsd (or aart delivered. Frank Mllos, CU 4th Ave South. BUILDERS 320 Acres for Sale 110 'acres in crop, land all fenced. Good buildings, well, m\ line of machinery, horses, etc. All for 130.00 per acre. Only 7ife miles to good town. Price $30.00 per acre $4,000 Cash Chas. T. CouiiiK Skiff, Alberta 135-0 Auto Tires OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System Re-Treading and Repairing By Experienced Workmen All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIM OUT REPAIRS R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. 6pp. EllisonMllls We are In a position to cater to tlie wants of everybody. Farming lands, liens lots, houses, admitted tlio buHt hotel on the lino, In fai:t there is nothing that we cannot give .nnd always Iho, best. Thf. town iH growing fiisl imd Mio amount ot building tliat is going ou at the present is sultlnlenl to prove to anyone if they Avill pay uk a visit. Tho town is getting under v.-ay with the building of an nddltlonal -1,000 feet of sidewalks and now that tho street lights are working oiif! (-an readily see that this is a progrpasive community. The Ball Team. Tlie baseball teuiu is being i;ol undpr way and tills season promi.;!-.'-, to be thf" best yet lloss "Shorty Orey '. although as tho name '.-ilKnl ties he Is Hmull. has a great deal in him und he .seems to be able to keep all the ball team news dark. A.s far as we can understand tho Une-up this year will bo an cye-oponer and It will take a good bunch to beat u;i. The sichedule is already on hand and we publish It with the idea that the ball fans who want to see good ball can arrange to pay us a visit ou tho days that the Vulcan boys aro iu action on the home diamond. lAst night we had a visit from the company playing that Canadian play, "The Wolf.'' und (lulte a large crowd wore present to show their appreciation. Special interest was centered iu this as one of tho actors was at one time a resldmit in this town in the person ol' KdwnrrI 11. IJoTlsne. We undc^rstand that another ot our bankers Is. leaving this week. Mr. Hor�tnian, who has been acting as teller in the Bank of Hamilton, is going to British Columbia to take, up a position there and we give him our best wishes for IiIh future success. The services at the church last Sunday wore very well attended and at the evening servico tho. Rev. A. R. Schrag devoted his sermon to the advent of the automobile. Too Many Autos. One of the principal points in the sermon was that in those days when we are asked to donatt; ho much j ot our money to the cause ot our boys at the front, one should not go to the expense of having two or thrco aiitua at their disposal and that if we 'Ind that wa can get along with a c^heaper car we should deny ourselves tho pleasure of being on a level with o'jr neighbor, who perhaps possesses a nicer looking car than ourselves, anil content ourselves with tho eheapei-car. In the.sc days it seems that tho people buy autos Just because thoy sec their next door neighbor has one i or they will go and invest in a better one so that thoy can feel that the> are better than the next person. Tho choir rendered ''Where is .My Wandering Boy?" under the leadership of Miss Belle Peace. The ;> months old child ot Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman passed away ; ^ on Tuesday morning and the remainn i were laid to rest In the Vulcan cemt-1 tery. i The funeral service was conducted ! by Father Smith, of High River, and the funeral arrangements were under the direction of Geo. I. Jacques. Our sympathies are extended to the parents in their bereavement. The members of the L-adlos' Aid are getting into shape for tho play that they aro going to give and by all accounts it is going to be good. Judging by the number of practices j Vi they have had we imagine that clierc must be a lot to it, but as always the ladies keep everything dark -ind we win have to wait until they put the play on ere wo are wised up. Business is brisk iii town and all the stores aJ-e kept on tho go. The crops are in first class shape and the advent of this snow Increases the prospects of .inother record thl.^ I'all. INCREASE MEAT RATION London. Jlay 111.-(Via RoUtr^rK' Ottawa AKoiicy)- Tiie British ministry ot food has imuounced that owing to larger arrivals ol' trozou moat, eight pence worth rna.v lio purchased for each of two weekly coupons which each person iv allowiMl. instead of six penco worth. To Farmers Far Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our usual ar-rangetiioDta for farm help this spring and can takft care ot your order.i promptly and satisfactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Co. Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLION (ROYAL descent) FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS VJe sell the Empire Ready Trim- med Wall Papen. Office and Shop: Next Door te Herald Office. FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waltinQ for work. wm:: or phone The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 D RAYING Of Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited ffU-o-C. P. H. CrelQht �:u�� PHCNEl Offle* ........... im tabit........... lOM DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS ' SIS n:h Street s. Phone 1673 COAL, C.O.D. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth- Ave. s. CARDSTON THRESHERS TRACTORS (FOUR kinds) Gray-Dort Automobiles Cardston Implement Company Limited Southern Alberta's Largest Hardware Store LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING .' COAL. C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 408 5th St. S. Phono 43S OIT'S AUlO TJVERY Day Phons 1448, Nlflht Phona 7�7 COLEMAN ON THE CROW'S NEBT PASS branch of C!. P. R., is one of the most prosperous towns In ^Alberta. Population 2800, having'monthly payroll approximating 190,000, Electric light and witterworka, exceUeut school accommodation. The (oiJowlng pro-fosslona and Industries are not rep-rasonted and are wanted. Newspaper, Uwyoi, plumber, baker, steam laundry. Parties Interested and desiring further Intormatlon wUl write A. F. Short, Secretary, Board of Trade. 130-6 NATIONAL TIRK FILLER USE NATIONAL TIRB FILLER In your caalngs and save time and expense. Used and rocommoudod by Crystal Dairy Ltd., Hudson's Bay Co., B. J. Tickner'& Co. It ends all tho trouble 100 per cent. Lathbrldge Motors Ltd., 11th sl 9, 188-26 We ars prepared to build your Home or Barn In Town or Country by Day or Contract. NORTHAM AND HARRIS len. Del, Uthbrldge. Phone 1278 WATER LOCATOR____ VATER LOCATED-I CAN L60Af K water tor you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davles, '1218 Bth Ave. A. south, Lethbrldge. Phone 1547. 97-0 CANADIAN HIDE METAL CO. AND CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY I HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERINQ FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUS. INESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. E. Gobelle Phone 18&C Resldsnoe Phons 1915 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNKR A WITCHELL Thf tame Geod Service Phents 134B and 420 Phonsi 134S OF Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal, HIdss and Fura. HIghoBt prices paid fdr Hides, Fur, Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Avenue S., Lethbrldge. Telephone 1465 126-13 NOTICE I liavo taken my farm at Cnrdston out of tho hands ot all nBei^ts, there is 800 acres ot growing grain, 40 aoraa more will bo seeded to Ilurloy. I ottor this pUice with crop, stocls and macdilnery at $60,00 per aero.' \ Communicate direct with n. a. Hutchinson, Cardston, 127-0 "ASSESSMENT ROLL" 1918 NOTICE Is, hereby Blvon that tho Assoisment Roll ot tho To-wn' of Magrath for the year l�i8 has been prepared and is now open, to Ihsp^c tion at my office In tho Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on 'ivery judicial day except Saturday and oil that day from 10 a.m. to nild-day and that any ratepayer who desires to object to the Assessment ot himself or ot .any other porsoff'TOUst wltliln thirty days after the date of this notice lodge his complaint in writing at ray office. Dated this 15th day of May A.V., 1918. ALVIN 0. RICH, 131-C Town AsBossor. AUCTION SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that Auction Hales ol School Lands will be held in the Province of Alberta at the places and on the dates hereunder mentioned: - Walnwrlght. Monday, May 27, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m. Lament, Thursday, May 50, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m. VegrevIUe, Saturday, June 1, 1918, 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, Tuesdaj-, June 11, 191S, a.t 2 o'clock p.m. The lands will be ottered in quar-ter-sectlonn or portions thereof, subject to a certain upset price in each case, and also to tho terms and conditions as ni.iiouncod by tho Auctioneer or official in charge, prior to the commencement of tho sale. TBUMS OF PA'i'MENT. One-tenth in cash at time of sale and the balance in n;ne equal annual Instalmentg with interest at the rate ot six per cont. per annum on the balance of the rlurchaae money from time to time remalnlns unpaid except In cases' where the area of land sold does not exceed forty acres. In which case, the terms ot payment will be one-lifth In cash and the balance In four equul annual instalments with interest at the rate ot six per cent, per annum on tho balance ot the purchase money from time to time remaining impaid. Scrip or warrants wlU not be accepted In payment. -; For further particulars see posters. Lists ot the lands to be offered may ha had on application to the Secretary of the Department ot the Interior, OttaM'a, to Prank A. CoUius, Superintendent ot School Lands, Winnipeg, or to any Agent of Do minion lauds In the Province ot Alberta. Dy order, J. -W. QREEn^Al, Commissioner ot Dominion Lands. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1918, Ad, G. REV. MARSH TO LI Rev. W. C. Mandi, who had for the past year or more been pastor of the Presbyterian church at Coalhurst, and previous to that at Nobleford, und Taber, has left the Presbyterian ministry, and returned to the Anglican church, to which he previously belonged. He has taken a charge at Cochrane, Alta.," near Banff. Mr. Marsh has been in tho ministry for several years, preaching first as a student, and later as nu ordained minister. He was for some years a resident of Lethbrldge, -luring his student term, being at the time employed In tho office of one of the local companies. The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Is now equipped with modern machinery and Is able lo handle lots of work. First class workmanship and materials guaranteed. Prices moderate. j H. Langley, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbrldge Hotel SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phone ii42 AT night lethbridctE hotel IF YOUR WIFE OR DAUGHTER CAN RUN THE SELF-STARTING, ELECTRIC LIGHTED AUTOMATIC : GOVERNED MO-LINE TRACTOR IS IT WORTH WHILE ???'/??? United Taxi Service 6"CARS-6 - Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough know;edga of the district. Open day and night. o:flcfl asxt Al-exandra Hotel. PHONE 387 TRY A HERALD WANI AD ELECTlr C^lM, AKib AU KINDt OF Ikl TRICAk WORK, I W.L.McKcn3Ele & Go. PHONB M7 U fItriN Ava. . FARM LABOR The Provincial Dqiartment of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute fam labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of tlus free service. Phone 1603 ACCOUNTANTS Phone leia P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON. REID AND PATERSON Chartered Aecountan'ii, Audits, Investigations, Eta. SPECIALTIES Municipal. ' Lumber, MlndiC. Manufacturing. Wholesale and Retail Accounting Room 6, Dominion Bleik Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D, C. M. EYE, BAR, NOSE AKO THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, ;.Zl-12a New P. Burns Building, Comer Sth At�, tnd 2nd St East Calgarr. OfTtce Fboua M2848> Residence Phons MZpTt tntera* si^d Uous* SiirgM*, Mantaattan Bye, Ear. Nos� and a'tiroixt HoiplUI. Ntw York Olty, 1311-1914. ' tpsclallst lo Caloary 8eli.�l Beard i 1^ \^ ��NT i _FDRCET THE. : WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JDB TO OFKER w Please ribhrXi J.R.dUVER BOARD OF TRADE , , .OR � . J. F.RITCHIE SEC'Y VETERANS' CUUO, 16231268 77 ;