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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER.5,4918 U CAN TALK TO THE ENTIRE CdlMUNITY THROUGH A "WANT AD." Clasfified Ad$. for Thi� Page Mast be b Office by 11.30 a.Hi., to Appear Same Day.-25c an Insertion for 25 W^rdsw LeM-^ixTmesforPric^ . MUST fiE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND &IRR1^ GATON COMPANY. LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and I LANDS The tandg ar� to ffie d?*tric� Aeeweett ReUaw and HedlclB* Rat, and nortb and adikcent to the Old Man as^ Sotttk Sask-atcliewan riven. These landa are to be placed oa the market at a wasoo-a We valuailon. Tie Company Is looklnj for ^OTa flde eettlera. We wonld be pleai-'d' la fcave you Inapect onr-landa. ProspeetlTe purohaMrs shbtild maVe all inqufTies dlree: throngh the cou^panr'a office at Uedivilne KaL Wo have no ontslde agenciM" and ptir no commfssiona. jJano department CANADA LAND & IRR!. GAHGN COMPANY, / LTD. jBbx err Phone 242�, � MEDICINE HAT. ALBERTA REPLIES FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) When Replyine Mention Tli� Herald) Hare been received, for the following box numbers and are waiting to be called for; ? I, 8, 16, 20,21, n.m; 2$, ss ? 39, 39, 44, 51, 60, 61. ? TO RENT (WTisn ReDlj-liut MeaUoo Ch� Her*!-"' TO RENT-Store to rent comer 4th Ave. and lltU St,.South. Apply Ter-rlU Floral Co. 235-0 to RE3NT-Seven-rooiped fully modern house. Apply 423 2nd St. S. Phone 1467. TO RENT-^Furnished rooms by day, week or month. Apply 319 5tb Avenue south. 274-6 TO RENT-Two housekeeping rooms with gas stove, use of phone. Apply 424 9th Street, South.  275-6 FOR SALE-Wesor iPliiuo In ebony flnlfih, , slightly used. Priie $250. Terms to suit. Mnaon & Rlsch> Limited, Balmoral Blk., Lethbridge. 276-1 -Vuniber of' chickons, -DiJ 271-6 FOR SAUE-3rd St. S., phono 768. SITUATIONS VACANT 'When KeplylPlf .Mention Th� HcrhW WANTED-Girl .for diet kl-xhen. Apply Qalt HospltaJ. 273-b M"ANT�iD-a n�ald for diet Kitchen. Apply at Gait Hospital; 274-6 dupable FOxi QUlCir SALE-^Garag\ '*rtera? If not. go up to the "T uiiny j.nd see for yourself the ben6�.U.a Rui ii.-ivUeges awaiting you there, iiuti rates are low. 'Dor. 4th Ave. and 10th St.. S. Phon� 547. WANTED TO RENT fWh�n Rwlyine Mention Th� ITer^'!flztttiH3Sf,a1>out 13,000, or can be reduc-, ed'jtp^swit purcTiaser. ^Reason for sell-, ibaalth)- Apply W^isteru Groc-' lUp^CM^h iliethliridge; " 24i8'-0 WANTED-To rent %,'or % section of land on half shares. Must be close to school. Apply P.O. Box 406, Ret-law, Alta. , , 27a-6 FOR SALE-Order your props and cedar posts and cordwood now. Delivered In short notice. Allen Gehmpn, Caithness, B-C. about 20 miles west of Femie. W.A.NTED-Man for city work. Must understand horses. Married man preferred. Box 44_Herald._ \VANT'ED^fFi�e~or fouFha^ at once. Apply Patterson, McKinnon & Bell, Union Bank Building. 275-3 WANTED-General" servant for fam-,ni''>' of three, good wages. Apply Jlrs. rT-o-;-ri~-7Ti------------r---------.':^^'"hV. Parker, 1261 4Ui Ave., S. 272-6 ha'^f bltr'^^ral �o " u J^r'saclT'wLY ^ ^^^^^'^'^^^iy'^'^^ ed to "u> a doube^bearpiallormi^ housework. Good wages and scale. Alberta Candies. PhoVe ^2" j ^,7^,, ^^^^ T,''^ K. of P. Hall, 5th St. South. L^rvG i A''.^"^ -----A^ FOR SALE-OnTportable steef forge ^^'^"^ ""'"^^ ..�uh Nr, ,nn >,,,,.,,. "It experiQnce for circulation department at the Herald. Please make appljca ; FOR EXCHANGE TTh^n R:=crn7S-sTer--^^ud "^eimT^^^^, ftl Le Vorth -7^-6 i P�^'"on and prospects Cor steady  - -'"'''man. Write, stating previous cjcper-' ience, to Box 1, H6rald. -275-6 B usiness Cardi FLOR.STS. LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING CO. ALLOWS YOU GOOD PRICES FOR YOUR OLD CASINGS, TUBES AND CARS. BE THRIFTY AND SUPPORT THE SECOND \1CT0RY 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 BEi OFFEREDTO HIM.' NO LIMIT, PHONE 770. . � 274-0 WANTED-An experienced girl or woman for general house work, no washing. Highest wages paid.. Apply i^ime-diately to Mrs. L. Keel, 519 7th St South. ^ * 270-0 W.-tNTED-Two neat appearing salesmen. Those used to newspaper or magazine work preferred.. Chance to travel. Apply Mr. Batty, Alexander irotel. 274-3 WANTED^Coatmaker and skirt maker, for ladies' tailoring, onl^ first class men need apply.ii'HlghGst prices paid by week or piece. t. C. Ridpath, 407 5lh- St. S. . � . 272-6 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE W?>en Replying, Mention Tb� Herald FOR SALE-490 Chevrolet car, in good * running conaition. Apply Arm-stroiig & Raworth, Jewellers. 2.71-6 FOR SALE-A snap at $300.00, Maxwell tlve-passenger touring car, good running condition. Lethbridge Auto Wrecking Co., 4th Ave. S. ' 261-0 FOR SALE-ChetTolet roadster, practically new; in good condition; cheap. Write to B. o. Lees, Royal Bank, Taber, Alberta. 265-12 FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1917 model, in first class running order. Cheap If taken at once. Apply A. M. Hicks, Victoria Mansions. 274-6 FOR SALE-CAgntultural) 1000 TONS OF GREEN OAT WANTED-A bright young man for store, handling pianos, phonographs and .-records. Excellent opportunity to learn-.a good business.. Apply Willis PianbtCo., Hull Block. . 272-6 Baled F. O. B; $11.0,ft a ton. Fariners' government free paid freight application forms on hand.". Pattersbni McKinnon and Bell. " . ; . 273-0 WANTED-Girl^tiUi ^/sist in,;^eneral. housework. -Noljcijoting or;'washing. 6Iust be fond 6t,;Bq3[ldreh. Good home for right party., ' Apply immediately to 618 Sixth Ave.tSouth. 275-6 FOR Si^LE-Good steady milking cow 320 7th St S. Phone 1789. 276-6 FOR SALE-No. 1 alfalfa bay, $25 a ton in stack. Phone R1014. 274-6 FOR SALE-4 good dairy cows, ^pply after 6 p.m. to 1416 2nd Avenue south. 276--1B FOR SALE-No. 1 Alfalfa, $25.00; a ton delivered any part of city. Ph6ne 4S4 or 1295. C. UrOlmas^.m. 276-6 FOR SALE-A five passenger 191. , ^ model Chevrolet car, for sale cheap! ^lieron geldings, for cash. Apply to C. B. McKinnon, Union Bank Bldg., Phone 1804 or 691. "68-6 FARM LABOR-^We-feift supply larm-crs with experlenpe^lielp. ;A,riumbar of men are now?;(&> the groudd' waiting for work.' "VHfe or pbone.' the Beasley Employm^t" Agency, 110 Sth St. S.. LethbridgeTiBhone 545. 95-0 WANTEI>;^Teachac9-.!th first pr,.sec-ond grade certificate: for New ifeyton Consolidated school district No. 5, Services to commence at once. Salary $85,00 per month. Reply to e. K. Wood, Sec.-Treas., New Dayton, Alta. V � 272-8 7 FOR SALE-Two four-year-old Per-. 1350 lbs., also fine'2'^'-;^-^sW�e�-Clyde mare, 7 years, 1500 lbs., four i Bradley s Compan; three-year-old coltsV �,. Wni. Mngram. 1302 7th Ave. S. Phone 480. 275-6 FOR SAI^Sr-Two 1918 Fords in perfect conditlca; ?50tf each; one winter top for fpra- �,/lSader McLaughlin, a snap, $100. i!i;/tor Sales Ltd., 4^h Avanua Boi'.oi.___252-0 FOis.' SAL^-'-FordSedan in perfect coiidlt'OT, iu every respect as good as new Snap for quick sale. Also 191S Ford Touring Car. J. B. Turney, phone 755, 1245 Second Avenue S. 274-0 ? > ? ? ; : ? FO.'IDMOTOR TRUCK in good ? ? > UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on application. Special -quotation;.  on large quantities. Sample at our office. HARRiS & ROSSITeR;'-120 Sth St S. Phone 1412 264-0 AaiAZING SELLER - Tablets that wash clothes spotlessly clean without rubbing. Promise to solicit orders yith ten cents will bring samples tor Make dollar.an hour. Brantford, Ont. ..__- . - , yi ^ Ad w 'WANTED-Experiericed manager FRACHE BROS. For Floral Designs Roses, Carnations, .Chrysanthemums and other seasonable' flow- trS, , Free delivery;to any part of the olty. . 289-0 DENTAL DR. M. J. OIBSON-DEN-riST GBAB-uate of Royal College o� Dental Surgeons Toronto arid holder of a Dominion Dental CertlflOate. Office: rooms B-6 Bryan Block. PhoniB lt>71. DB:i,^>I',A,t.LBN-DENTIST. (SUC-- fc�isoir-.to nifs. GOurllce & Qilchrlst). Gfaduato.bifv ttiiiversitr! of Maryland, vR'ooma 8:�-Macdoiiiia'fildck/Phone 116S.. Lethbridge. Alberta, DRS. marrs and MARRS-DBNT-. iBts. Successors to Drs. Stewart and . MoCliire. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hlg-libothsA Block. Pltone:S74. . . DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST. GRADU-ate North Western Dental University, Chlcagb. aftiee phono 78B; res-idance pnone 750. Offices: Union Bank Building. iSS-O CANADIAN PATRIOTIC,FUND i.K'THBRIDOEi'rBRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Of tics Bnildlnc;.' Phone r 701. Offlco hours duriuK July '�ni August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Satur day 10 a.m. to l' p.m. 1684 __BICYCLES_ CLBVEI,AND AND INDIAN Bicycles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. B. McDonald, Gpn-smith and liOCksmltfa. Gth Street 3., opposite Herald Office. 62-r-O NEMISCAM G.S.. WARREN, Nemlscam, Alta. IriBUran/e-^Fire, Hail and Live' Stock: ~ Real Estate t -and Farm lioans. Live Stock agent Represented In Calgary and Lethbridge. i�3r-^c WATERLOCATBD-I CAN LOCATE "water-for Tim." Chartfes' |20,00. T. L. Davles, 121S. 6th AT9. A. 9cuth., lL,ethl�B|dge;^tbne 1S47. ^ ; �74� BAKERY KIRKBY & CO.;. HIQHmLJkSS BAK-ery. for poiitt^ that irod can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 606 Srd Ave. 8. Phone 1627, GUNSMITHS to take charge of garage, one with some experience in sale.smahship and with a good knowledge of mechanical work preferred. State experience, -where employed at present, and salary expected. Steady work. Apply Box 43, Herald Office. 276-0 500 MEN WANTED ___ TO LEARN Automobile Gas Tractor 1000 TONS GREEN OAT STRAV"/1 Engineering, at Hemphill's chain of for sale, $11 per ton, at Patterson, Mc- Kovernment licensed motor schools. KInnon's & Bell's. teach you by actual practice to 2300 TONS UPLAND 'PRAIRIE operate and repair ^automobiles, trac-WOOL HAY, from $15 upwards, per Uor.s and stat onary eng nes Our free ton,-at Patterson, McKinnon & Bell's, employment office will help you TENDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND DINING-HALL, Pr.OVINCIAL ASYLUM, 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 oi: Public Works to the amount of five (5%) percent of the tender. Should the contract be awarded the successful bidder 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 defect. , Plans and specifications will be us-sued 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 fldn tender. L. C. CHARLBSWORTH. Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 26th day October, 1918, 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 gave the doctor's bjll, :Isa,ac? & .Co., 316..1st Ave. Soutli. 270-24 1200 TONS OF GREEN OAT SHEAVES, from $16 per ton upwards, at Patterson, McKinnon & Bell's. 600 TONS OF GREEN WHEAT SHEAVES, from $14 per ton, at Patterson, 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 forms on hand. 25% off our commission 100 ton orders; 50% off our commi.?sion 500 ton orders. PATTERSON, McKlNNON & BELL, phone 1804. Unfon Bank Chambers. Lethbridge. 275-0 NOTICE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. In order to comply .-vvith the Provincial Regulations concerning the present Influenza Epidemic, the regular meetings of the Knights of Columbus will not be held until further notice. 276-2 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Office of the City Clerk. TAKE NOTICE, that the City Council will sit a Court of Revision in the Council Chamber on Wednefiday, November 6th, at 3 p.m., to consider the applications for amendments to the Voters' List. DONALD A. DUFF, 276-2 City Clerk. choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic or tractor engineer at $5.00 to 10.00 per day. Wonderful demand fdr gasoline engineers. We also teach 0x0 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 Lethbridge, Palace Garags, 2nd Ave; S. Branches at Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Regina, Calgary, Vancouver and Portland, Ore. ,2o0-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Market hunters ship your Kame to Alberta Grill, Lethjgrldge. ,A. .A .Wurray, Prop. 259-26 WANTED-Will pay spot cash for good second/hand piano. Must be a snap. Send particulars to Box 2, Herald.  ?71-6 WANTED-^Equiped half section of wheat land, $500.00 cash, remainder straight half crop payments. Cash for equipment. Address Box 48 Herald. ..J 274-6 WANTED-Improved 3^ sbction near town, also horses and implements. State cash price. Must have good water. P. W. Rosenaur, Retlaw, Alta. ' . J 275-6 OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT, sounfl or broken, vulcanite or metal; also bridgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone, Post Omce box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash price sent by return mail. 273-26 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone' ..... 1098 j WANTED TO FEED STOCK-Cattle or horses to winter teed. Have section of good feed; second crop teed in stuck. Abundance of v/ater and good shelter. Will also consider sale of teed for cash; Apply J. Harry Johnston, High River, Alta. 27B-2 N. B. PEAr& p. insurance MONE y^'i'l^''loan. REAL estate 10 RYLAND8 BLOCK. ^76-0 GUNSMITHS A LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gim work done by a gtfhsmlth, keys made, locks repalredi bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D.'B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. VULCANIZING WB-UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR AJ4Y-thing In the rubber line. Any slsa tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to please. Charges bri out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that bid tire be-�tofe yon see .us. It inar be worth ; fixing. Free air on the curb. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, B. Chap-liti & Son, 712 Srd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1664. 148-0 UNDERTAKING T. B. FETTEBLY, LEADING FUNBR-al director .and licensed embalmir, V motor or horse driven heares.' P|r-lors opposite Court House .Office ; phone 561, residence phone il74. i" Open day and night. MACKAY & BEL1>-Funeral dlrec-; tors and Practical Embalmeri; office-And. residence 803; 3rd Ave. s. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment. Always open. BUILDERS' SUPPLiBS i CB^ENT, LIME,, . .WOOD. .FIBRE jPlaster, Empl^-e Finish, Hollow:Tile, jjEiethbrldge and ^Medicine Hat .Brfck, .Hooflhgs,, Bijlldjng - Wd, Tir. Paper, ,Fire 'Place Mantles ~ and Grates, ,'5,lle, Beaver; Bgar^, Plate Glass, ,^Muranese ' Glass,' Common 'Glass, i-Aiito vWindshl^ds,' Mining Supples, ^iro-BricI? and Flra Clay. The Western Supply & Equipment'Co. Ltd. Phone 1044, Fourth 3t. South, Lethbridge. 43-0 MANUFACTURING FI/RRIER OWING TO THE SCARCITY of pelts order your Christmas.furs now. We can supply you with anything In fur and give a guarantee with every piece. Our price is the cost of production onl.v: No big rent or fancy prices tacked on. Hudsqn Seal Coats made'to measure. Ask us to . quote. Raw furs wanted after, Nov. 1st. Scott, practical furrier, (opposite Lethbridge Hotel). * NOTICE I reply to Debrfea. Gregory's flotice in the paper that Mrs, P. G. Gregory does not wish any credit of any one. 1 am able to work and pay for what I get, I as long as :,my husband, George Gregory does iibt-interfere with mo and my work, as he told me, tc get out or he would throw me out MRS. POLLY GREGORY, 275-1 ..^ 117 19th St, .N(�ik DR. w. D. CAMPBELL, DENTIST, graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Rooms 6 and 7,-.Shep-pard Block, Phone 1500. . 260-0 HERBALIST TO THE SICK - Before giving up hope try Rae'a Herbal Compounds prepared from the host 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 HAIR DRESSING LADIESV COMFORT I^OOMS NO. 1 HULL BLOCK. BUSINESS AS USUAL Special Electrical Treatment for tailing halt. Scalp Treatments. 1 Facial Massage. Ladies' Own Combings Made Up. For Appointments Phone 1710. 276-W)' MEDICAL DRS. GALBRAITH AND LYNN , Office 914 Third Ave., S., Lethbridge. HOURS! Dr. GJ^lbralth ..... 1-3 p.ni. Mon., Wed., Frl............ 7-8 p.m> Sundays 7-8 p.m. and' by appointment.  ! ' , Dr. Lynn ...'.....11-12 a.m. ,........... 8-5 p.m. Tues;, fhtirs.. Sat.........7-8 p.m.' Sundays \2-3 p.m. and by appointment .' Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Res. phone 699; ' ' DRS. DeVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROY. CRAGG & BRYANS. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 506. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109, Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence of Dr. Connor, 619; residence of Dr. Leech, lOOV. Office hours: 11. to 12 a.m.: 1.80 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-EAIt. xsiYE, NOSE & Throat; 115 Sher.ock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 3-5; evenings by appointment Phones: otflce 841: ros-Idenoo 593. D.R. P. w. TULLER-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 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 78d; residence 420 Sth St. S.. Phone 1494. CHIROPRACTOP.8 SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smlth.-^It you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjuatments and get well Office In r�sldence, 903 7th Ave, 3., opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to'5. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. VIAVI A;hone 1812. LOO SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable priceb We call for and delived goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 534 . 261-30 LEE WING-THE TAILOR. CLEAN-ing, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 809 Srd Ave, south. Phone 1019; 286-24 NOTICE - WE USE UP-TO-DATE methods, give good service and do good work. We make ladies' -,vear -fit and workmanship the very best The Elite Tailors .and Cleaners. 710 3rd Ave. S. Phons 466. �'69.26 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing, Estimates given. The oldest established phlnters In Lethbridge. Res, phene 1472; office phone 1752. Shorlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. A. MEADS-PAINTINa, DBCORAT-ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 Sth Ave. S. 117-0 W, EMERY-PAINTING, DBCORAT-ing, Paperhanglng, Kalsomlning, etc Best materials only used for all work, Estimates willingly given; 936 9th Street 8. Phone 338. FOR DECORATING, painting and paperhanglng, see S. Whitaker, 612 7th St S., Phone 1820. Estimates giveir. Best materials used. FOR UP-TO-DATE house sign and car painting see The Home Decorators. G.'T. Drinkall. Manager, next to Herald Office. WELDING OXY-ACETYLBNE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st/Avenue and 10th Street. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for yoiir shoe repairs. Work done prompti]-. Orders called for a'tad de< Jlrered. Prank Miles, 11 4th Ato. South. DR. J. E. LCJVKRING, Physician and Surgeon, .X-Ray equipment Offlco and residence, 812 Srd Ave. south. Hours 11-12. 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 Musie r.^RS. H, H. JOHNSON, L. A, B, Cbntralto. Teacher of Singing. 12C5 Sixth Ave. A. S., Phone 1338. �2J5-28 MISS AILEEN M. JpNES-Pianotorto i'laylng and Theory; one hundred per cent of pupils entered for the -examination^ of the Royal Academy and Royal College oT Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio, 623 Sth Street South; MRS. w. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, kejrbourd, scale ladder, raod-alatlng board, etc; Studio, 122G 6th Ave.\A. South. _':I.': : ; .. CLAIRE S. DOBLE-Teachei"^ of pi-ano playing and theory, fifteen years' experience In 1 preparing can- ji.dldhtejs; most successfully,'for Tor--jonto i Conservatory 'examinations. Also teacher ht 'the Fletcher jMusio Method, Simplex and Kindergarten. The Fletcher music method is oh-dbr'sed by loading miisicians in the music centre of Europe and America. Studios at the Y.M.C.A. House phone No. 1072. . \ 243-26 JOSEPH BANNER-Pupil of. the Virgil Piano School, London England, gives lessons in piano pla'ylng, singing "Italian Method", organ placing and theory. Special Piano Technique Course-This meets the requirements, of those who have dropped the music, those whS have not had the opportunity of laying a good foundation and those 'who wish to increase their technique and power of interpretation. Young children and beginners bt all ages carefully taught. Address 1106 11th Str^outh. Phone 1553. � , EYES TESTED j. m; hehdersom - si 6HT spec IAUST Difficult Caseq a Specialty Office .11 WriflliCs Jewellery Store Hours 10 to iz .1.111 - itoSli.m. DANCING. MISS GLADYS ATTRBE is postpon-i�g her dancing classes and private lessons during the present epidemic but will resume them as soon as scljbol commences. 113A 8th Aye. West Calgary. . ' EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth "St Sojith, Lethbrldgs Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyopwrlting, Boofckeeplaft and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phono of Principal 1881. Write for Pull Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATB HOSPITAL^MRS. :VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home." 1224: 7aj: Avenue South. Phone 746. GIRLS' BUSINESS,COLLEGE KINO EDWARD'S ' SCHOOL ANti BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR QIBLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate,, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers'. examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French taught.by Parlslenho. Boys under ,12 taken. Write for prospectus, to Miss Che^ rlngton, l^rlnclpaL ,144-101 ACCOUNTANTS. FARRIS, DEAFER & COMPANY, Accountants, Trustees .and Financial Agents, AudRs, VInvestigatlons, Systems. Telephone 1616. Office Room 6, McDonald Block. _ ' PIANO TUNING Gi:^H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNBB-. Playor-Piaso and Organ, Repali'ors 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certlflaate M.T. Assn., London'. England. References to the leading musicUins oi the city. PhoM 1168 1263 6th Ave, A, South. 7 ;