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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1918 OU CAN TALK TO THE ENTIRE THROUGH A "WANT AD." Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in (kRct by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Same Day.--25caii Insertion for j2S Words or iMs^ix Times for IMce:^^^ MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. iCANAD%LAND & IRRl^ gauon company, LTD. DRY and LANDS The iMds ar� In the dlatrlet between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and nortli and adjacent to the Old Man and Soutk SatV Rtcnewan rirera. These lands are to be plae-d on the market at a reason-tbie valuation. The Company is ]ooKin,- tor ^'^ftAaa fid�.eetUai�..ll'�.wonld be pleased to have jon inspect our ,; lands. Prospectlre purchasers jihoulil make all inqalriea direct throQgh tbe^cbmpany'a office af Medicine Hat . ;.We ontalde BKaoeiee) hod pay no commissions, LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRI-CATION COMPANY, LTD. .etc err. Phene.Z'lZft r MEDiCINCHAT. ALBERTA REPLIES ? Have been f^eceived for the following box numbers and are watting to be called for: S, 10. IS, 20, 21, 22, 25, 2S, 36, 44, 51, 60, 61. Mo RENT (When Rcpiy^Tlk Meatloo TO RENT^S!C6ro to rent comer 4th Are. and l^itfr St.-South. Apply Ter-rlll Floral Co, , , 235-0 TO RB>rTr^Sev,en-roomed fully modern house. Apply 433 2nd St. S. Phone 1467. FOR SALE~-CMisceDaneous> FOR SALE-Number o� chlcKeha, ''lOO 3rd St. S., phono 7G8. _ f qrr SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Boy. Co. Apply Clarke & 273-0 FOrt QUICK' S/\X.E-Garage__ cars; also 3 buildings.. All for.j^ov-1 jcitcUen. Ap- Apply_ laOSJth Ave. S. ^l-C FOR SALE-BiirTbiiglis adding ""m.v chlne, practically new. Apply Loth-bridge Auto Wrecking Co. 253-0 FOR SALE-Heating stove in good repair. -Wtll sell for ?8 cash. Apply W. Deneimy. 512 5th St.>.. .275-1 FOR SALE-GaTl'an^'i'Jn,.first^ittrasS condition, also gas wattii* hentorti'VAg-ply P. V. Lewis, Lotlibridjfe HO^^). .. 271-6 ply Gait Hospital. 273-6 MANTKD-A maid sfS^diet klltjhon. Apply at Qalt Hospital. �_?'tri' WantbO-A capabierniaid. Apply, 62S Sth St. South, : 275-0 STORAGE - We have storage for about 4 carloads. Harris & Rossiter, Phone 1412. 25S-0 TO RENT-Furnished rooms by day, week or jnonth. Apply 319 5tU- Avenue south.- 274-3 TO RENT-Two housekeeping rooms with gas stove, use of phone. Apply 424 9th Street, South.____^275-J TO RENT-Nicely ifurnlshed room, very close in, use of phone, etc. Apply 306 3rd Avenue South. 274-6 FOR S.\LE-Columbia photiograph and records, a snap. Qftshvpr^ terms. Willis .pinno Co., Hull Block, .09 3rd Ave. South. 27o-0 FOK SALE-Order your props and cedar posts and cordwood now. Delivered In short notice, Allen Gehman, Caithness, B.C., about 20 miles west of Femlo. 2U-0 WANTED-A. go'od'girt to cleaaJioupe, Applj', Southard Blttfefc:, , , �� -aTg^ WAivMlcE^i^lght'flria^an -with aibeF-to certificate. Phbne' lOOS. 275-0 WaNTEI>-Woman tcTSeanlnd wash. Apply 410. Twelfth St. A. soutlw ir. W.ANTHire-Boy with a wheelifor delivering parcels. Apply Hedley Drug Co. �   >-.'0!tber.^.buildings; An- abundance of water. 150 acres In good shape � for Ihe 19i9' plant. . Price $52.00 per ; acre.,'Terms.' S20 ^ACRES'of new> land at WUson. Good pasture, level, land, excellent i water. A snap at $30^0  an acre. V. Terms $2,600.00 Aovfn and the bal-;i ance crop payments: ;iTHE O. F. URSENBACH AGENCY. 273-0 land FOR sale 'k-OR SALE-E. % Section 4-12-20, Sl^JOO per acre, $1500.00 cash. W. % Sectton 23-7-18, $21.00 per acre, $2.00 ! .jier'acre cash. Crtp-payments, partly 'Improved, lota of grazing land in same vicinity. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., 10 'VacDonald Block, Lethbridge. 268-0 . NOTICE ^ . ^CHANGE IN PARTNERSiHIP Notice is hereby given that John W. Bell has purchased the interest of Xeslie R. MacKay in the undertaking bUsisesB heretofore conducted in I/eOibridge under the title MacKay and MacKay. The business will here, after be in charge of Charles MacKay and John W. Bell. (Signed) CHRLEB MACKAY, 'Ad>S JOHN W. BELL. AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL qsraJW^SCHOOi. of Gasoline Engineer-Jog vUl open in Lethbridge on or about Oct let, giving practical training on repairii^ and operating gas tractors, automobiles and, stationary nglnes. Special rates to first ten 'jfho join branch of Hemphill Trade i^ctaoolB, Ltd., of Winnipeg, Regina. Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver and =-To rent % or % section of land on haU^hares. Must be close to school. Apply P.O. Box 406, Retlaw, Alta. 275-6 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE-Chevrolet car, in good condition. Apply between >5 and 7 o'clock to 711 12th St. B. North: 270-6 FOR SALEr-T490 Chevrolet car, in good running, condition. Apply Armstrong & Raworth, Jewellers._,_21'l26 FOR SALE-A snap at $300.00, -Maxwell five-passenger touring, car, good ninaing condition. Lethbridge .-Auto i K. 01 P. Hall, Sth St. South. 27o-r. & Bell, Union Bank Building. 275-3 FOR-SALB^OnrporTable stiolforge i servant for fam-, with NO. 400 blower, as good as neVv, ;f number of wood split pulleys, RICES FOR YOUR OLD CASINGS, TUBES AND CARS. BE THRIFTY AND SUPPORT THE SECOND' VICTORY LOAN. 253-0 DURING THE PRESENT"BAN ON AUCTION" SALES, WAD-DINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER, WILL BUY FOR CASH ANY FURNITURE OR OTHER EFFECTS WHICH MAY BE OFFERED TO HIM. NO LIMIT, PHONE 770. 274-0 experience for circulation department at the Herald. Please make application by letter.__275-0 WANTED^Canvasser and salesman. Good position and prospects for steady man. Write, stating previous experience, to Box 1, Herald. 275-6 FOR SALE-(Agricultural) 1000 TONS OF GREEN OAT HAY Baled F. O. B. $11.00 a ton. Farmers' government free paid freight application forms on hand. Patterson, 1] KinnOn and Bell. 273+0 FOR SALE-No. 1 alfalfa hay, $25 ton in-stack. Phone R1014^ 274-6 WANTED-An^ experienced girl or woman for general house work, no washing. Highest wages paidt Apply immediately to Mrs. L. Keel, 519 7th, St. South. - > . 270-0 �VV'ANTBD-Two neat appearing salesmen. Those ; used to jiiewspaper or magazine work preferred. Chance to travel. Apply Mr. Batty, Alexander Hotel. i 274-3 WANTED-Coatmaker 'and skirt maker, for ladies' tailoring, only first class men need apply. Highest prices paid by week or piece. T. C. Ridpath, 407 oth St. S. 372-6 Wrecking Co., 4th Ave. S. 261-0 FOR SALE-^Two four-year-old Per-cheron geldiugs, 1350 lbs:7 also' fine WANTED-Stenographer, accustomed to meeting the public;" at once. Permanent position, � - Salary $60.00 per inonth. Apply stating experience to Box Herald._' ^ ,; ' ., 270-6 WANTEI>^A~bright f^awaz man for store, handling pfano'b,; phonographs and records.: JBxdeljinI;. opportunity to learn a good business. Apply Willis Piano Co., HuU Btoek. 272-6 FOR SALE-Chevrolet roadster, practically new; in-good condition; cheap. Write to R. O. Le^s, Royal Bank, Taber, Alberta. . 265-12 FOR SAL^Pord touring car, 1917 model, in first class running order. Cheap if taken iat once. Apply A. M. Hicks, Victoria Mansions. 274^6 FOR SALE-A.five passenger 1917 model Chevrolet car, for sale cheap for caah. Apply to C. B. McKinnon, Union Bank Bldg., Phone 1804 or 691. -68-6 FOR SALFv-Two 1918 Fords In perfect condition; $500 each; one winter top for four cylinder McLaughlin, a snap, $100. Motor Sales Ltd., 4th Avenue South. 252-0 FOR SALE-Ford Sedan in perfect condition, in every respect as good as new Snap for quick sale. Also ISlS Ford Touring Car. J. B. Tumey, phone 755, 1245 Second Avenue S. , . 274-0  � ,� : � � � * FOR SALE :  FORD MOTOR TRUCK in good ? ^ repair, good tires, suitable, for light delivery, $250.00 for quick. * 1314 Sth Ave. S. 272-6 ? � '> Clyde , mare. 7 years, three-year-oid colts. 1302 7th Ave. S. Phone 480. WANTED-Girl to assist in general housBWorkT No- cooking or-.'washing. ISO'S lbs" toiS'f*'�''t be food of childrbni:--.,'^ood home Wm Ingr9^^^�'" V^t\.Y. Apply Impiediately jTsTe i to 618 Sixth Ave. South. 275-6 WANTED-'Teacher with first or second grade certificate, for New Dayton Consolidated school district �'No. 6, UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up underpur personal Gupem]s\on. Price an$^p-plication, Special quotation -j^n*: large quantities. Sample'at our office. HARRIS & ROSSITER, 120 Sth St. S. Phone 1412 i__ 364-0 1000 TONS GREEN OAT STRAW for Sale, $11 per ton. at Patterson, McKinnon & Bell's. 2800 TONS UPLAND PRAIRIE WOOL HAY, from $15 up- _ wards per ton. at Patterson, ^VcKln-) AMAZING SELLER^="T5biet^ that ^'..LPni'w'ne'' GPEfN i wash, clothes spotlessly clean .without OAT SHEAVES, froln- $16...,per ton j rubbing. Promise to ^ solJci't Orders upwards. Bell's. SHEAVES, from $14 per tori, at Pat terson, McKinnon & Bell's. FINEST SLOUGH HAY, fine for cattle, ?15 per ton, at Patterson, McKinnon & Bell's. All car lots baled F.O.B.'Farmers' free freight' foYms .on , hand. F.AKM LABOR-We can supply fanners with experienced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 6th St. S.. Lethbridge, phone 545. 95-(^ \ FOR EXCHANGE TO TRADE-For good automobile, Victory or Liberty Bonds, fruit land and residence at Salmon Arm,'B. C. Address I. Lyman, Travers, Alta. 273-12 WANI'BD TO TIRADE-For horses or cntUe, 5 good lots in North Lethbridge. All plear. Lots 1 and 2, bik. 152, corner lots, and lots 36, 37 and 38, bl)c. 152, on 12th St. B. north, be-tweeiJJth jand 6tU Aye, ..'Write BdB l78rMfiSle3BV' AKa>'�**v \'^'i ^H^^ SITUimONS WANTED J* WANTED--A position as stertograpli-er, 2 years' experience. Apply Bo:t 6ft, Herald.-: . 271-0 WANTlilD-By clerk, position, aid. experienced lady Apply Box 77, Her-275-6 WANTED-Married man wighea work putting up storm windows, cleaning furnaces' or* any odd jobs. Apply Box 21, Herald. � 274-6 WANTED-By married man, employment for winter months,. or by the year. Have t'wo boys, youngest seven Years. Handy at carpentering. Apply Box 83, Magrath, Alta. 273-6 Business Cardi florists. FRACHE BROS. For Ploral Designs Roses, Carnations^ Chrysanthemum* and other aeatonable flow-trs. � Free delivery to any part of the city. 219-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND tiETHBRIDOSI BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phone 701. Office hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.: Saturday 10 a.m. to rp.m. 1S8-0 BICYCLE CLBVSLAND AND INDIAN BICT-olea for sale. AH makes of bicycles repaired. 'A larga stock of accessor (es on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 6th Street S., opposite Herald Office. ^_62-H> NEMI8CAM WARREN. O. S. WARREN. NflmUcam. Alta. Insuranre-Fire, Hail and Lira Stock. Real Estate and Farm Loans. Live Stock agent Represented la Calgary and Lethbridge. 133-Oc WATER LOCATOR WAf BR LOCAXBD-1 CAN LOCATE water for you.^ Chaises $20.00. T. ~ L.~Davlea, 1218 5th Ave. A. South., Lethbridge. Phone 1547. 97-0 BAKERY KIRKBY ft CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery. for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made jbrlnciples. Klrkby & Co., 606 3rd Aye. &,Phone 1627. GUNSMITHS ^ nn,;Z;no �5ni,.rv GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun Services to cpmmence3t.pnte. Salary, ^^^^j^ straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, ?Sd.0O per month..-^ Reply to e. B. Wood, Sec.-Treas., New Dayton, Alta. 272-8 s, at Patterson, McKinnon & j ten cents wJii bring samples for _600 TONS GREEN J WHE^A-Tj (our washings. Make dollar an hour. " ' ~ " i Bradley's Company, TENDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND DININQ-HALL, PROVINCIAL ASYLUfirt, PONOKA. Sealed-tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for a Male Dormitory and Dining-hall, Ponoka Asylum" will be received up to 12 o'clock noon November 18th, 1918. ' ; Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque, payable to the Minister of Public Works ,to the amount of five (5%) percent of the tender. Should the contract be awarded the successful bidden shall be required'to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety Company to the amount of twenty (20%) percent of the contract The cheques of the unsuccessful contractors will te returned within six days after the' contract is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any detect. Plans and specifications will be us-Bued to applicants at the Provincial Architect's Office, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, on receipt of a deposit of ten ($10.00) dollars which will be refunded on return of plans, specifications and a bona fide tender. L. C. CHARLBSWORTH, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 26th day bctob'er,'l918. Ad V BARGAINS IN GOOD heavy overcoats, good quality from $5.00 to $8.00. Highest ^prices paid for second hand suits. Come at once before these are gone. Get a good overcoat and save the doctor's bill,. Iseilpfe'.^Co., 316.l8t Ave. South. - -  270-24 25% oft our commission 100 ton orders; 50% off our commission 500 ton orders. Patterson, McKinnon & Bell, Phone 1804, Union Bank Chambers, Lethbridge. Brantford, Ont. Ad W PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Lots 44 and 45, block 126, $400.00. Address Rupert Hand, Brady, Montaria. _ . �-.__272-6 FOR SALE-3 roomed house on couth side, cheap for cash, or terms. Apply Box 10, Herald. 270-6 FOR SALE-Garage and small store, easily moved. $70.00 cash. Apply Mr. Munro, 710 Sth Avenue south. 274-0 PATRIOTIC, steady, well paid employment at home. In .war or, peace time-knit socks for ufi on the fast, simple auto knitter. Particulars today, 3 cent stamp. Auto Knitter Company Dept. C79, 607 College St.., Toronto,'Ont. Ad H 500 MEN WANTED FOR SALE-7-roomed house, 4 lotS; situated on lake front. Splendid location, opposite Proctor, li. C. Snap. J. Peachey, Proctor, B. C. 274-6 HOUSES FOR SALE-We believe that we have a listing of every good buy in houses for sale in this city. We have had 11 years' experience. Dows-ley Land Agency. 1 246-0 A BARGAIN BLOCK OF Taber, $1000.00, centrally located. Will sell for $125.00 cash. Owner leaving the district. P,.0. Box 905. - 257-0 FOR SALE-24:-roomed rooming house good location, centre of city, party would like to leave the city, cash or good terms. Apply Mrs. Kaufman, Southard Block. 272-6 TO LEARN Automobile-, Gas Tractor Engineering, at Hemphill's chain of government licensed motor schools. We teach you by actnil practice to operate and repair afitomobiles, tractors and .stationary dngines. Our free employment'office "will help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic or tractor engineer at $5.00 to $10.00 per day. ^Vonderful demand, for gasoline engineers. We also teach Oxo welding and .steam vulcanizing. Write or call for free catalogue. Attend the nearest branch to you. Day and evening' classes now open. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOLS 220 Pacific Ave., Winnipeg. Branches at Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Regina, Calgary, Van-' couver and Portland, Ore. 260-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Market hunters ship your game to Alberta Grill, Lethbridge. A. J Murray, Prop. / 259-26 FOR SALE-We have several well located bungalows and Tiouses for sale cheap and on reasonable terms of payment. Call and see us. The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 FOR SALE-Grocery business in the best mining town .in the. Crow's Nest Pass. Large pay roll. Turn-over for last four months,'^10,000, stock and fixtures about $3,000, or can be reduced to suit purchaser. Reason for selling, (health). Apply Western Groc-e-.-3, Ltd., Lethbridge. , 248-0 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phons .1098 ii WANTED-Will" pay spot cash ' ''for good second hand piano. Must be a snap. Send particulars to.Box 2, Her; aid. , ?71-6 WANTED-Equiped half section of wheat land, $500.00 cash, remainder straight half crop paymente. Cash for equipment. Address Box 48 Herald. 274-6 WANTED-Improved % section near town, also hor.ies and Implements. State cash price. Must have good �water. F. W. Rosenaur, Retlaw, Alta^______y 275-6 OLD FALSE f EiST'H B^GHT, sound or broken,, vulcanite or metal; also brldgework. Pest them to J. Dune-tone, Post Offlco box 1236,. Vancouver. Highest pash price sent by return mail. 1 , 278-26 STOCK-Cattle or horses. to 'printer feed.-Have secUon of feood feed, sec- keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Mptorc'ycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. VULCANIZING WB UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing In the rubber line. Any alsa tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to p;eaae. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire be-fore.jou ivee ]iB>,-lt .;may,. b� worth : fixing. Free air on tho curb. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, B. Chap-lio & Son, 713 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1664. 148-0 UNDERTAKINQ FETTBRLY. T. S. FETTBRLY. 1.BADINQ FUNER-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone 561, residence phone 1176. Open day and night. MACKAY & BELL-ITuneral directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence 803 3rd Ave. g. ' Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment Always open. builoe;r$' supplies OpmiNT, LIMB, .WOOD,. FIBRE .(.Piaster, Empire Plriisli, fiolidw Tile, ;^thbr'ldge >nd Medicine Hat Brick, .�i^obtiagar Bttiiding .aM%T�r Paper, Plre^Place Mantles'" and 'Graites, Tlte, Beaver Board;,:/.I^late Glass, Murariese Glass,-.'Cbmnton dlass, jAuto,'Windshield?;.Miniqg Supplies, i^ire Bricfe'ahd TFira Cfay. The ?^est-jflini Supply; & >E.qulpmant- Ce,- Ltd. Phone 1044, Fourth St. South, Lethbridge. 48-0 MANUFACTURING FURFtlER OWING TO THE SCARCITY of pelts order your ChriBtmas furs now. We can supply you with anything in fur and give a guarantee with every piece. Our price is the cost of production only. No big rent or fancy prices tacked on. Hudson Seal Coat's made to measure. Ask us to quote. Raw furs; wanted, after Nov. ist. Scott, practical furrier, (opposite Lethbridge Hotei). NOTIOE I reply to George Gregory's flotice in the paper that Mrs. P. G. Gregory does not wish any credit of any one. I am able to work and pay for what I get, as 16ng as nly husband, George ond crop feed in stack. Abundance of I Gregory does not intei-fere with me water and good shelter. Will also and my work, as he told" me to get conr.ider sale of feed for cash. Apply out oPfce would throw me out. J. Harry Johnston, High River, Altq. diRS. POLLY GREGORY, 878-2 275-1 ai719lh St North DR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST ORAC-uatie of Royal Colleide of Dental Surgeons Tofahtd 6ttd' Holder of a Dtiin-inlon Dental Certificate. Offlco: rooms B-a Bryan, Block. Phono 107L DR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (9UC-�}Ms6rjtpvJ?.r�.C/)ttrtioe & CWohrlat).: ; ;Oradftate.of%Mraity of Maryland; -/; 8-9 irtattdeflild'Block. Phone "il66, Letttbridge, Albert.,'; DRS. HiJARttS AND,J|ik|lR8-t>B>It-I8t�; Stfccelsdrs toJ-C!*^ Stewart .and McClure. Soura' 9 ib ;6. Oftlc6': Higv lnbo?ham Block. Phope S74. DR. T. W. FOX-^DBNTIST. GRADU-ate North Western Dental Unlvers-h'y, Chicago. Office phone 785; residence i;hone. 752. Ofticos: Union Bank Building;. '-58-0 DR. W. D., OA.MPBELL; DENTIST, graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Rooms 6 and 7, Shep-pard Block, Phone 1506, 2G0-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. ^PBRT TUNER- Flaynr-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 > oars' factory experience. Hon - ours CertUlaate M.T. Assn., London, England; References to tho, leading musicians ot the tslty. Pbope 1168 1263 6th Ave: A. South. ACCOUNTANTS. PARRIS, DEAFER & COMPANY. Accountants, Trustees end Financial Agents, Audits,' Investigations, Systems. Telephone 1616. Office Room 5, McDonald dlock. HERBALIST TO THE SICK - Before giving up hope try Rae'a Herbal � Compounds ttrepared from the best known herbs, roots and barks.  Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. John Rae; Herbalist, 707 13th Street N.. next to United Church. 188-0 CHIROPRACTOF.S DBS. GALBBAITHAND LYNN i Office !?14 Third Ave,i'fl, Lethbridge. liOURS: Dr. Galbraltli^f.... 1-3 p.m. Mon., JVed., pri., . .../is-...... 7-8 p.m. Sundays 7-8 p.m. ahfi by appoint mcnt^ � �, \f}% Dr. Lynn. ..^.Vi...11-12 a.m. ;^ ' ..'-ii.',.'-.!.-..... 3-B �.m. Tues., Thurf., Saty.........7-8 p.m. Sundays 2-3; aqld by appointment. , / Office telephone 12B3;.'Dr. Lynn Res. �phone 599. DRS. DeVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROY, CRAOG & BRYANS. Offlco Royal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30- _^ p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. .Phone 605. DRS. CONNOR. McNALL-y & LEECH --Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 819; .Residence of Dr. Connor, 619; residence 'Of Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1..30 to 3.30; 7 tn 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-BAR. iiiYB, NOSE & Throat: 115 Shefiock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones; office 341; residence 593. D.H, P. W. TULLBR-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Slock opposite Starland Theatre, rooms B to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; . 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780: residence 420 Sth St. S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. E. LOVERING,'Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equIpn\enL Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and '7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 MUSIC MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. b., Contralto. Teacher of Singing. . 1205 Sixth Ave. A. S., Phone 133?. ' 225-26 SMITH ft BMrTtt-^HYRUM SMITH and June B. Otolith,-It you are alck and want to reialA health, take spinal adjuutinihts and' get welL Office In Residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model; Bakery, hours 9.3B called for and delivered. Franik Miles, 611 4th Ave. South. MISS AILEBN M. JONES-7-Pianpforte Playing and Theory; one hundred, per cent of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of M'Jislo, London, Eng., last year were succcsafuL Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped, with black* board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-Blatbig board, etc. Studio 1226 6tb Ave. A. South. CLAIRE 8. DOBLE-Teacher of pi-ano playing and theory, fifteen years' experience in preparing candidates, most successfully, for Toronto ' .CohBeryatory exa'toilnatfons. Also teachdf of the" Fletcher Music Method, Simplex and Kindergarten. The Fletcher music method is endorsed by loading musicians in the music centre of Europe and America. Studios at the Y.M.C.A. House phone No. 1072. . 243-20 JOSEPH BANNER-Pupil of the Vii'-gU Piano School, London England, gives lessons in piano playing, singing "Italian Method", organ playing and theory. Special Piano Technique Course-This meets the requirements of those who ha've dropped the music, those who have not had the opportunity of laying a good foundation and those who wish to increase their technique and power ot interpretation."^ Young children and beginners Of all ages carefully taught. Address 1105 11th St. south. Phone 1553, EYES TESTED J.M HEHDERSON-SIGHTSPECIALIST Difficult C.ises o Specialty OHicc .� Wrciilil�^ Jtwrlli-iv Slott Hours to to 12 i>.II,. itoSr.rll. r DANCING. MISS GLADYS-ATTHEB la postponing her dancing classes and private lessons during thfe present eFld-smio and hopes to resume them on Wed. and Thursday, Nov. 5th and Qth. 113A Sth Ave. West, Calgary. EDUCATIONAL QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411,8th St. South, Ldthbridga Day and Evening School. Shorthana, Tyepwrltlng, Bookkeeping; and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phona of Principal ISSli Write for Full Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATB HOSPITAL,-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private HospiUI and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. GI'rLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KINO EDWARD'S BOHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. O. Healthy climate^ comfortable homo, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French' taught by Pariaienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-104 LADIES' COMFORT ROOMS Hairdressing Scalp Treatment Facial Massage 'Etc/, Etc.-' � ' Room I - - - - HuU Block 41 ;