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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PROFESSIONAL .CARDS DRESSMAKING LEGAL ARCHITECTS HOHNSTONE j and solicitors. Office, adjoining j ;pnion.Bank, Lethbridge, L. M. John- J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARCr CHURCH Solicitors. No- taries Public antl Block, Alta. VM. T. WJ LLt AM Whit- ney Piock. Late of Williams Architects, Detroit Solicitor and Notary. Money to loan. Offices Canadian Bank of Commerce A.- Macdonald Block, Street, Lethbridge, Alta. ERNEST CARVER. M.B.AJL, M.R, A, Sherlock Block. Pa'one 124L materials made ,.up. a specialty. Rea sonable charges, or will attend tc ladies at iheir own homes. 261 West- minster Rd. No. 837 Meets thlrtf Saturdays in K, of P. 'Hall at' o'clock. Visiting Brethren are cordially invited J. GUS.ly to owner, Danbigh Dilivorth, Ox- ord Hotel, Winnipeg, Man. 2SS-" SITUATIONS VACANT solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta r-r .-Block, Round Street R. Andrew! Courtland Street. ing toe large. Box 515; 1260 B. Al, L. L. B.r John. J. Cam- -eroa, L. L. B. JOHN R. Solici- tor, etc. Hffi Eoora 4. Red- ipath Street CONCRETE Orders for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- MEDICAL DR. W. fi. Surgeon, Acccucher. .9 ajn.; 2-3; 7-S p.m. Office 914 Third crete blocks and always on hand. H. j. Goode Co., Concrete Factory, 522 Smith. Phone 1244.- 1 W. President Sec., Box 57 MUSIC DOCTOR St, T Before 9 a. m.; 24; 7-8. OR. Stafford block. 313 Westminster I hojira 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Phone 319; Residence 1090. MADAM NORMAN, Orchestral Pi- aniste; at liberty ior engagements, Private parties, dances, vaudeville or dramatic. Pupils taken in Piano forte or Voice Culture. Miss Norman teacher of dancing, Sail room or stage. 622 Crabb street. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucker. Office, Alberta Bloci, Residence, "corner Glyn and Bom- Hours, n-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. 0R. and Sair- Office, Higiabotham Block; vPhone 33S; "Residence 410, Ernest 'Street Phone SIS. 1C B. C. THOMSON, BJV., M.O, Surgeon and Accoucher. Of- block. Westminster "Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St Phone 476. D; A: TAYLOR, M.D., let Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Staf- ford Block, Lffthbridge, AltaJ Office -tours, 9.30-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. ml-; 7-S' :p. m. Office" Phone 341; Residence Oft; Surgeon Acconeher. Office Stafford Elk. Pcone 5S7. Residence 425 Bartlett St., phone 52L Office icnrs, 10-12 ,'-2-5; 7-9. I Mn. j. w. choir master at St Angustin's church, giv- es lessons in voice cultivation, or- gan and pianoforte playing and the- ory. prepared for musi- cal examinations. Studio Room 9, Bryan Block. H. C. C. SALMON receives 'pupils in all breaches >of. PisnofoJte .Playing arid Theory, .-Candidates prepared for London, Eng.E and Toronto Ex- aminations. 705 Dtdlerin street, (comer GJm -and P. O. DOS 133. GALJBDONIAJSf HALL The Hall is open to le for dances, banquets, etc Best floor In city, steam'heated; Mtch en in connection, all modern, ccnven fences. Parties -wishing-to .engage ap r to J. H. Keliie, Western Plumbing Lethbridge Caledonian Society Meets calsdonsan. Hall, Glya St., Mondays and Thursdays, 3 til] 10.30 p. HL All Scotchmen welcoma J. B., Gibbon. A. L. President Socrstary, Box 500. ;ANADIAN. ORDER WOODMAN OF THE Cainp, Ko. 293. Meets every Monday eve- ning in K. P. at 8 p. m." Visit- ing Woodmen always welcome. R. G. Addison, C.'C. T. W. .Clarke, Clerk. P. 0. Box 502. 280-26 While Mr. and Mrs. J. Cochran were returning from Bassano they had the' misfortune to have their hayrack ti over and Mrs. Cochran was throw- violently tO the gTrtUnd and BRITISH a fertile arm: farm hands, mill laborers, swampers, sawyers, all winter's work guaranteed. Men and teams in city, girls for house- work, city and country, also laborers. International Employment Agency, Eiureka Theatre.. Phone-767. 271-O TO RENT furnished room for ROOM in tirgt shoe shiner. Ed. Kenne- dy, Lethbridge Hotel' barber shop. slight injuries to the head and shoul ders. .She is doing well now. mail.did not.arrive at Valley other- route the cause is supposed to be du to the" floating ice on the Big river. Swee offices on thi Bow The Greenman. voung folks and Shirley visitors at- J. -L. on Sunday. ottf: MUSJC graduate tt-acher, -late of State Nor- mal SchooL Springfield, :D... per term of 20 lessons. Mrs. E. Al Haly-erson, 1212 Bompas THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL .-Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse in charge. -OR. and Snr- -gecn. Bryan block, Room 21. Office -lioars, 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658. VIAVI VTavi Co., offices ;1217 Bompas street Hours 10-12 a. ;EL, 5-8 p. m. Mrs. Annie Ldngard manager. P. O. Box 2061. NURSING Nursing Mission dis- trict work; Obstetrical, medical and 'emergency. Office hrs., before 9 .a.m., 1-2.30 pan., 6-7 evening. Min .'E. Robinson in charge, 530 Bartlett St. el. 1233. MISS MARGARET-FRASER, A.T.C.M; First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Sdward Fischer, Muslca.' Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music: TEACHER OF PIANO.AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing ihem fully tor the teaching profession, for the concert, i church and-platform work, as -well as for the drawing room. ana. the social circle. Personal consultation In Studio in the ROYAL SANK UPSTAIRS Redpath St. i.ethbridge, Alta BOX 417 PHONE 1143, Western Plumbing Co., Ltd. Next Door to Eureka HIGH GRADE PLUMBING' AT FAIR WARNER (From the While-drilling-a "well at the Kole- graff fa-r.rn-. one mile east of town, a vein of gas, was- opened up and while at first it did not seem to be of any account, has developed more strength and one night last week sev- eral of the business men of Warner ren c out to see It. When .-it was lighted it seemed to be a. strong ..flow. It is uncertain >'et, of course, as to what it may develop. has .bctn finished', he casing put 'down, and yet the gas s working Its way out- 'There will e another'hole dug near by and -a est> made.. At nresent it seems to be goad The well was drill- by W. H.-Hulit .A. J. Burnside is asain in charge of he of Commerce at Darner, having-'taken charge this" vest, and A. .J. Maynard a. w days for New Dayton. Word this week of ..the deal-h of L.-, Butterfield who re- 1 Gently left, w'ife for the' States. Ther'a'eath. occurred in. Cht- cago.TH., 6n 'Monday of this week-. Mr. Snd- Mrs: McDonald, of New WANTED active youth as night apprentice for Post Of- montiily. No irrigating, dV- i fice work- Apply in writing ONLY to lightful climate. Free Book-let Investor's Trust Mortgage Corpora- tion; Ltd., 134, Hastings W., Vancou- ver. B. C. 9SQ.A LOST AND FOUND dollars reward: One blacl pony mare, with black horse colt at foot. One roan pony mare with roan horse colt at foot. All. are branded Postmaster, Lethbridge. 282-O .teacher holding first- class certificate for' 5 mos. terms 'to begin Jan. 1, 10. State wages want- ed. 283-G CARPENTERS the Mackenziejblock, 2nd. Av. South. 285-0 class house, modem, except furnace' Apply 3212 Bomoas St. 210 Ox" ,uites of o corner- ot -Bufferin Crabb streets. For apply -The Southern Alberta Loan ami 3Wt; Bmc Bloclr 233 o floor' up building in e. Box 35 Herald 247-Q; rn one room in one of the most up-to- date houses in the city. AH modPe with use of phone. Apply, 612 Crabb housekeeper, young wid- ow preferred, no .objection to child- -WVAU -rxU. ctl <5 Qi I barless A with L monogram over H" j rea- Apply Bor3, Herald office. 28g-6 on left shoulder. Black mare had bell last seen and was working south on A. R- I. R.R. I will -pay ten dollars-for these mares and colts at Farmers- Feed Barn. A. P -Rose I Herald- Lethbridge, Alta. live agent to sell the "Everett" 30 automobile. Good -pro- position and liberal advertising to aggressive salesman. Apply Box P., 286-ox 2S9-S NOTICE is hereby ,given that the apply