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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THUM MAIN AVENUE FOR PUBLIC WANTS IS THROUGH WANT ADS. Cluiilied Advertiieincnb for Thit Page Must Be in Office bjr 10.30 �.m. to Appear the Same Day--25c an Insertion for 25 Word� or Le��-~Six Timet for the Price of Four-MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE COLLECTIONS NEXT \TO QerriNo aus. INKSS IS OETTINO PAID FOR IT. WE ARE aPECIALI�TS aOVERNMENT REPORTS AUDITS AND CONSULTINO ACCOUNTANCV Akenti tor the Sbaw Corr�*-poiidCBM' SchooU. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AQ^NCV 6 Maodenitld Block Phana l�ia PONY EXPRESS & TRANSFER Offlea 40S Fifth Straet Phone 632 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING BaggaQ* and Fumitura Removed Gait Coal Dellvarad Tarma Reaaonable Pual Contiwller'a Parmlt D.A. 1412 CANADA FOOD eOARO LICENSE NUMBER 2-01S Dr. A. T. SPANKIE Eye, Nose, Ear and . Thrdat Speciaiist Office: Sulta IJMZS New P. Burn* Bufldfng, corner Sth Arm. and 2nd Street E.. Calcarr. Pbonet: Office, M2S4S; Houia, uvm. Tractor Repairs , apeclallr.e in reboring gai tractor cylindera, and fittlnx OTersfze piiCons and rlort. .We have In atock at vresent oTeraizta plstoni for all popular makaa ot gaa tractore. Ford Engines Rebored ' NIVEN BROS. 21B let Ave. S. , Phene 1732 Freel&EUiott GENERAL Phone 1713 330 Sixth Str��t South LETHBRIDQg, ALTA. Lomond-Vulcan Stage DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY .....9 a.m. .....1 pCm. F. O. COX, PROPRIETOR Auie Mot^r But EKpraaa Leavaa LeavM Lomond Vulean Of i^Kkidi WcstemtransfcrCo. lAnitid Offlca-i,c; p. .. rrelaht snarfa. PHONCe Offio. ...........� 11� StshltB.......... 10M D 0 N T Z^' _-_rDRCET .^1 THE WAR VETERAN WMTN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please Notify W: LOWE; Phone 1603 TRANBPER, �AaOftOE AND LIGHT DRAYINO Day and nl�ht aarrloe. Ord-era for HardlarlUa �Ucltad. Wa leave Latbbrid(� 8 am. and return 10.15 a.m. dally. PHONC ISM Offlea �Si 2nd Avawua South niY A MD WAHT AD II WILL BRING mm DON'T LOSE YOUR CROP Famers, you will waat to luiure your crop against loss by Hail. You dhoHld bave the policy before the end of May. We represent The yaiteers Fire and Hall Insurance Co., Calgary, a company con-trolled'by 400 Alberta farmers, and providing tlie soundest InsurBiipe. Why not fnstire with a LOCAL company and l,oo�t community int�r-: ^fcts. See your Local'Ai^ent or phone, write or call on KESSLER BROS. ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRipae-PHONE 45� IRRIGATED LAND It will pay you to investigate the Canadian Pacific Railway's Irrigation Scheme before finally deciding on your Irrigated Farm. Thousands of acrts of irriga|ed land to choose from-some of the Most Fertile Land in the West producing big crops of grain, alfalfa,. rQQt;i,,vege-"tables, etc., etc.-for sal^ to settlers at low prices and on terms that will enable you to get started right ONLY TEN PER CENT. DOWN TWENTY YEARS TO PAY THE REST $2000 LOAN FOR BUILDINGS. FENCING & WELL made lo approved settlers. ' V GOOD RAILWAY FACILITIES Area interjected by main line of the C. P. R. Obtain fiiii information about this advantageous offer. Gall or write to ALLAN CAMERON, ; Gentral Supt. of Lands, C.P.R., 90i ist street i^ast, Calgai-y -or:-  ' E. H. WILSON 118-120 Sherlock Building Phone 651 bethbridge CARDSTON MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL SCHEME and said pre- (bl f.) .0D per hospital day. Operating room charges, $2.00 for minor, and 15.00 tor major operations. 4. To create debenture indebtedness of 112,600.00. Ten-year debentures; intereat 7%. 5. To ret>ay defbentures 10% principal each j^ar with accrued interest, or equal annual payments of principal and interest. ?. EfflTIMATBD REVENUE:  ' Hiwpital fees fr^ patients. .$ 1,5^0,00 Collection from non-ratepayers ............. ...... �0.00 Government grait........ SOfl.OO Assessment .....:.........lT,i8X;4n. �19.^a7.49 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES: Ciipital Account- Debenture principal ........ f 1,250.00. Debenture Interest ........ 8T$.00 Maintenance- Staffs .............. -1,000.00 Drugs and dressings....... 1,250.00 Fuel and light .......... 400.00 supplies.................. 3,600.00 Secretary's salary, stationefry, etc..................... Sundries................. Bank interest ...�........ Organization expenses ..... Insurance ........... Noh-coUectlon of taxes..... FERNIEAVISIT Met B.V Mayor and Other Town Official*-Elk Rivet Still ! Risinic ' ! PRES.BEATIYMADE 1 professional and business cards ^rC01CAL MASAAQE SPECIAL COIFFURES MANICURING PHONE 1710 DE^rrAL (Spscial to Th. Her�!d) fBRSlB, May z:;. - frcsitleni. Beany of tlie Canadian Pacifii; Railway, arrived In Pernle at 1.10 this afternoon from the east, and wag met at the station .by the �mayor, pvpgidenl of the board of trade, (he .American consul and other ibyelness men of the town. Witti President Beatty i:arae Mr. Holt, Mr. Peters, Mr. MtKenzle and otSiers connected with th� administration of the great transcontinental system. �Mayor Uiphill interviewed the party regarding the much-needed extension of the station platform, and Mr. Mc-Harg promised to look inlo the matter. President iTWlss. of ihn hoard of trade; [Mr. Banall.v, of ilie Bank of Oommerce; -Mr. Young, of "the coal company st�lf: Wr. fleichmer and others were ready with -diitos to take thevparty over the finfi drive to Elko, where they will be picked up by tbeir special train. i-' Nelson Board'of Trade at a br: tmorrow night. The water ; i;ik river added another loot tc . in the present flood since night, but no serious damage has ye( heen reported as a result of the flood. fLOKiSTS. FRACHE BROS. Roses, Carnations and all ssasonable flawera. Floral De�l�ne r apecialty. Ph�ne 1003. 250.00. 550.00 200.00 500.00-350.00 7,612.49 �19,737..49 Distribution of capital and jnalnten- ance expenditure: Improvement District No. 8.$ 0,686.55 improvement District No. 9. 4,984,62 Improvement District No. 38 l',9'68.07 Municipal District No. 10.. 2,950.11 Town of Cardston ......... 1,759.14. A* t $17,3S7.49 �08TROM AND BRADY IR. RIGATION LEVELS. HAY AND GRAIN. U.G.G. >ARM MACHINERV;' NATIONAL RUBBER Tm*. FILLER. STAUOE MAK-A-TRACTORB K. M. C. KEROBENC BURN-ER8 FOR FORD CARS. Farm Producto/Lti 218 Sherlock Building Phone 777 ACTION IN FRANCE PARIS, May *23,-fHavas) - The chamber of deputies today by a vote ot 326 to 176, postponed action on the bill before it providing for amnesty. M. Nalle, minister of .iustice, declared the government as well as the chamber realized the necessity for the passage' ot an amnesty law and that later he would take up the measure. An amnesty at the present time would affect Joseph Caillaux, former pi%mier, who i�.,}mder nrreet charged with treason,' and.^otber men hish ii) political and military life who are be ing detained on charges. It also pro>b-ai)iy would serve to resort the rights of liouls J. .Malvey, former minister ot intwior, who wasichifrged sinie time ago of having had intarcojrse with the Bnem'y and sentenced to five years I'aa-ishmeiic from France. Synod of Huron, meeting in London, passed a resolution favoring the teaching of more religion in schools. HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Phimhiag, i^umace Work and Gu Filtiog. Estimates Fumislied Free, Phone 762. F. H. WHiKINS siaar spbciaust euthard Blaek. Third Ava. South. Phone 19B9. Ret. Phone 1tS7 ELECTOC^SUPPLIES JBlectrle Light and Power Contractora 'Phone 1382 TENDERS Sealed te;iders will be reHjeived until noon on Saturday, the aist Mav, by H. M. ^Tiiddlngtou, architect, 101 Shprlock Buiiding, city, tor the erection ot a teachers' residence 11 miles south of afagrath for the Old Elm School District, No. 3748. Plans and specifications ihay be obtained from the architect on payment of a deposit of $5.00. (An accepted cheque for 5 per cent. ot.^the amount of the tender to be enclosed therewith. The lowest or any tender will not nfiViessarily be-accepted. , S. MORGAN. Ad V Otticial Trustee. m 6th St. s. Lethbrtdgo Varm Lighting a Spaetaltr Contractora for Electrical Work on Cardaten Ttemple. GUNSMITHS OUNBMITHS t liOCKBMlTHS-0�n barrels atralghtened, gune restock- , ed. gun work done by a gunsmith. ' keys made, locks repaired, blcyeleo, typtwriten, pbonographa, ans ligkt machinery repaired, lawn mower* rharpeoed. O. E. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Ag,ent. Phone 1082. �th Street, opposite Herald Ottlco. NOTICE TO PAINTERS Tenders will be received up to noon of Thursday. .June 5th. ,1919, for tihe painting and kalsomining of the Central school, Taber. The lowestXir any tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to S. Sanderson, secretary-treasurer. Taber. Alta. 135-t; CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LBTHBRIDOB BRANCH THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phone 701. Office hours 9. to S. Saturday  to 1 1I8-9 LrATHING CONTRACTOR*; A. MATHERS & SON, T^athlng Contractors. r226 6th Ave. A, S- GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMEI�Y TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING _^_ TkeAUen Jack C�o Ltd. 2n4 Ave., epp. Lethbridgo. Hotel Phono 1M4 ROOFERS THE DIXON SHEET METAL PO. PHONE 1057. 126-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE (When Replying llcntlon Ths / Heraldi pgr SALE-Six-roomed, fully modern house, large lot, good locality, first-class condition. Apply 626 14th St. S. 137-0 FOR SALE-A five-roomed house, on two Iota. Electrize lights, water, furnace, fenced, and in good repair. Garden all planted. Bargain for cash. Apply 518 21st St. N. t3li-6 Ispinwaii Hito Planters 1 OlSTRIBUTOlCall'^R ALBERTA LA.SHARMAN PHONE 1173 LETHi^l^ilOfl|*.|^L�eRTA^�;^-^r IMC. Agents 18S5 j2nd^ AVENUE BOUTH . I,' -. --i*- FOR SALE--Lots 19 and 20, off 7th Ave. N.,. t^thbridge, between ^8th and 19th StSj^. Will sell cheap for cash. Write J. >B. Harmar, Blalrmore, Alta. 138-0 FOR SALE-Five-room cottage, modern, on SO X 120-foot, lot, in best residential section, and snap at 13.000, on very easy terms. Kessler Bros. Phone 456. No. 2. Alberta Block. 139-0 for SALES-Cottage, containing parlor, dining-room, den with fireplace, three bedrooms, hath, kitchen, pantry, full cement basement. Built for a home. Apply Canon McaiiUen, .840 12th St. 8. 188-0 SPLENDID RBgHDENQE, six-roomed, fully modem, with bathroom and "toilet, full cement basement, hardwood floors, cistern, fireplace, on one-)acre lot, fenced. Bam and chicken ;Jiouae. Two blocks from car line. s'Close lo Uendestaon Park, Price, 18000. Terms. Apiily Box 32 Herald. ' \ i29-0 DR M. J. OIBSON-DBNTIBT GaAD-uaii of Royal rolloge ot Dental 9ur-gtons Toronto and ho: -or of a Dominion Dental Certittcato. Ottioe: rooms e-e Bryan Blook. fixont 1071. i/K."l,.""'r."ALLEN, DenlVatf gradueTe Inivemity of -Maryland; X-Kay � uals North Western UenUl Univer�-ity, Chicago. Office phone 7S5; rai-idenc* phone 7S2. OCfioea: Union Bank BuUding. lS�-tf OR. sv. D."CAMPBBii. "dentist, | graduate ot Chicago CoUogo ot Dsn-tal Surgery. Alberta Block, abova McLisod Bros. Clothing Store. Phone 1506. ! DR. r. .M. Fi:EPrCiSffiRr-DeDtlst.'gTad-i uate of the Chicago College ot Den- i tal .Surgery. Hours, t to 5. Office, j Kooms r, and 4, BmptBSS Block, four doors north ot the Alexander hotel. Phone 410. MEDICAL DRS. OAL8KA1TH b LYNN-OBSK 914 Third Ave. South. Telophonos: Office, 126:i; Dr. Galbraith's residence, 1263; Dr. Lynn's residence, 599. MorA-ing, aftamoon and evening ottici bourj. i>T to^ mm en'e diseasei. and a^hroiu dIsordera.> Bnceesafal for 25 yeara. UtjBratiiro ?n requeet. Mrs. A. Li^card, 933 th St. S. Phone 1712. P.O. Box 805 �Phone 1�lt CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PAJtRSON AND COMPANY ' M Acadian BiilMIng 8ie Third Avenue (South) AUTO REPAIRING. TAKE YOUR AUTOMOBOiV troi^blos to D. E. MacDonald, first olass neeh-anlcs will take care of your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a trial and be otte>ot our regular cua-tomers. Oppotite Lothbridse Herald Building. 6th Bt. \ DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTREB will hold her next dancing classes on Wednesday. in the Y.M.C]A... at the usual hours. pgCORATINtT WBI^LINGTON BRos.-^THB~ms& orators, l>aperbangcrs and; Painters. Kalsomining, General Z>eooratlng and Sign Writing. Estimatea gtven. The oldest established painters la Letbbrldge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg.. Ltth- bridge. Alberta._____ A. MEADS-PAlNTmo, DEOOiftA'lC leg and Paperbanglng. Pbooo 690. 811 Sth Ave. s. 117-0 PAINTING AND PAPRRHANGINO- We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country schools and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock ot wall paper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ava A. south: Phone 328. In Lethbridgo 20 years. \ ^ PAINTLS�},~Deoor�Uiir^ Automobiles and Delivery ^Vklrbns Painted. A. Adolphson. 736 12th St. c, N. 137-0 BPIRELLA CORSETIERE Appblntmonte Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN 711 lah St. A, S. M94 SHOEJREPAIRINO BHOB^RSPATRINO-'-PHONia 1717 tor your shoe repair*. Wprk doao nromptly. Orders called for and do>' Ilvered. Frank Miles. fiU 4tk At*. South. ^ WELDING OXt-ACBTYLBNB WELDIMO r- W. N. Kuth, corner lit At�buo and MtM StreoL ....... PHOTOGRAPHY" FOR INTERIOR or exterior iplioto-graphyor amatew {finishing, .1. M. Voiaagel. Phone . 1642.'. 1252 -6th Ave. S. OR. P, W. TULLBR-PHTBICIAJJ eud surgeon. Office SheppaJ^ Block opposite Starlr.nd Theatre, rooms  ifl 4. Office Hours: 11 to It aia{ I 30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.89 p.OU Phones: Office 780; resldcnoe 4M 8th St. S.. Phone 1494.__ dr. j. j. labrbcqxte, spw^SsTfor diseaseB of Eyes, Ears. Nose, Throat and Skin, will he .out of the clt^ until about August iSth. Ntotioe will appear in this space when he re-t turns. DRTIrTb. c. TlfoMPSON, Physician- Higlnbotham Block. Office hours: 11-12; 1.30-3.30; 7.80-8.80 Phones: Office 476; Residence, 1979. DR. D. WOODOOOK-Practise 11ml* ted to diseases ot eye, ear, nosa and throat. Glasses ifltted. Offices: i 6,, 7 and 8, Higinbotham Block. Office, hours: 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7.30 to 8,30. Office phone, 1530. Res. phone, 436/ 132-28. OSTEOPATHIC OR. J. e. HORNINO OSTEOPATHIC' ko PHYSICIAN 810>1�B0 Sharloek Bldg. Heure 10-12; �-4.* and bjf I*- appointment Phone ittt. PDUCATIONAU OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLBQB 411 Sth St. South, Lothbridgo Day and HrenlnB BchooL ' Shorthaad. Tjrpei^tliif; Bookkeopb� - and aU Commercial Snbjbcta. Omee Phone 1S18. Rceldeneo Phono of PrIMlpallUI. Write for ruU IntemisttoB. > f- private hospitals PRIVaTB HOBPlTALn-MRB. VAN Haarlem'!^ PriTala Hoepttol aad-: Katemlty Home. lUd 7th ATonne, south. Phone 74�. _ __MUSIC ____ MSB Atmms M. JONIDS-Planeiortp,^' Playinc and Theory; on* huadMA' per cent, ot pnplU entered for thmt xamlnattone ol the Royal Acado^y and Royal College ot Music, loadoa, Ku., laet year were �uceetifiU. BtadloTisS 9th gtteet South. MRS. W. ri. JOHNSON-TEA CH�Rr< ot Piano, Harmony and ThooiT. Orer ten years' teaching experteae*. Studio fully equipped with hla�k< board, keyboard. ec�lo ladder, mod-ulatlng board, etc. Studio-122< Stk^.^ At*. A: South. '--"GENERAL BUILDING QENBRAL BUILtWNO .ALTBRAT- ' IONS AND REPAIRS-Let lis'lAur* ; on your work, we will figure aebar-^* ately oa plastering, conei;ete floote, steps, sldewalksi anything in th* cement line'. W. .T. WlUlami. 1241 Sth Avenue A. south. . lOS-rSO  .'J THOa. ff. WARD, carpenter and re-turjkid soldier, w�l gladly give prlcee , on all classes of carpenter' work or will work by the hour, tovnor country. 'Screen doors and windows mad* ' to order. Furniture repaired. Remo- i' dellirig a specialty. Thos. F; Ward, No. 7 1st Ave. S. P.O. ^Box 68. - ' CLEANING AND DVRIWO THE VAIJlt - SPECIAUStft French Dry Cleiaing. Onr pro< ellmlhates danger ot Inlnry'to garments. Only th*. highest class work turned out. No ayeing. Immedlat* attention is gi^en to country oVc -324 6tb Street South. Phone 1812. Loo SAM-CLBANmO, sPRBBSINO,,' Repairing and alterations well doa* at reasonable prices. W* call tor aa�' deliver good*. �! Ctb Straet South. Phone SS4. Mt-M BOILERMAKERS__ SMITH �s ^TARKS-r-Renuelnt stay bolting, crow:n sheets straightened, rebabbtting and engtas lining; sia years' experieno* la this locality,: Orders left a� Niven Bros.' machM shop will reoolve prompt a4tentJoa4% . . �-�2-^�Hv Si �'J J 4 UNOERTAKINOi y ;T. 8. FBTTBRLY, LBAOINO KUNJBIb-al director and lleensad embil)�P�f<^ motor or horse driven heaw*^ Mfej i lore opposit* Court House.,Ora��' phone 681. restdenc* Bkoa* l^Tifi-Open day and nl|�t.__ MACKAY t tor* and Praetloal Ottlce and residence f03 iti-a. Phone 1808. Motw *ndi^ l drawn equipment. Alwuarg.opt;;:,' filO iURKBT �! CO.. ery. flte- pastry that upon 5� *WI Priaolplts. Wrkby fc'fiS.'. ;