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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , ... , . MQNPAY. KPVEl^PEI\,.g5. 1918 feRALpCQVE^ COMPANY. LTD. LANDS SITUATIONS WANTED m-h�n R�pU-l�(r {'Mention Th� -RemW* WANTED-Position at -once, by experienced copi, first class reter.ences. Write P. O; Box 39, Lethbrldge. .291-6 WANTED-By miyle UigU sdiool gi'ad uate, position in ^ittsiriess house. Best of reference?. ASply Box 6, Herald. V, 1 ' 288-Ox WANTBD-Position Ijy widow with stove and 'boojpkoeplng experience, open for imriioidiftte engagement, >p-ply Box 17 Herald. 291-0 WANTED-PostObn. by yonng lady in office, has had office experience. Miss   Phono 63ii. 293-2 Myers, VJctofia Mansions. WANTED-Position � 'bookkeeper. Bight years banking experience. Good references. Write Box 11, Herald, or phone 1899.____^tZ^ WANTED-Married man wishes work, torm windows put on, window cleaning, carpet beaUng, furnace cleanmg, or any odd jobs. Apply Box 21 Her- FOR SALI^-.(Miscellaneoiis)- TThen Keplyinx kTentlon Th*- HciriUd.. for SAIJS>--ftin56i~nnd~RIsTir'ipTO in rich mnhogany finish, splendid t^ue.; Price $425,00, terrius to suit, Mason; & Rtsch, LlmitBd, Balmovnl Blqclv,' Letlibridge.__ j_. _ _ _ FOR sXlTe-AGbnri'ay piauo IubSM condition. Can. be seen at Calrobu hotel. Cardston, Alfa. 2amt) F0R~slt.B"'M~7iro'TrS^^ and a half nro^Iern' Q-ropmed ��t4agtj on two'lots., A^ply 132'! 4th AvetvlS^, phone 47G._ 2S1-0 FOr sale-^Pure bred fox teft-lfr pups; also -single combed ivhite-'^eig; horn pullets. Apply tq J. e. Cl�rte, 242 13th Street .N\ . -^^g-a for SALE-two pool tables, 4%'x9', and complete outfit. Will sell cheup for cash or on time. Write M. Kos-basky, 610 12th St. C North. 293-6 aid. 288-6 Can Tha land'a m% In Ui� dlatrtct. etweea lUtlw. .and JI� ed on the market at a raaaon-able raluatioB. The Company la looklnj for bona fide tattlen. We would be pleased to hare yon inspect our lands. ProspectlTe purcbaaort h'onid make nU inqolrlea atreer through the compear'* otflce at Medicine Hat. : We have do oatslde asenetea and pay no commiailona. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND &IRR1. GATION COMPANY, LTD. ex $77 ... Pitene 2*2%. MEOICINE HAT. ALBERTA WANTED-Stenographer with seven years' experience desires position in city. Now open for engagement ' furnish any necessary references, dress reply to Herald Box No. 14. WXNTED^WsiTibn bFeldeBy^w as housekeeper for one or two men in the city or coiintry' or would take care of invaUd. Good cook. Box 16. Herald,_�-__T^r^ WANTED-W'-W''t.i M-j: May 2l8t, 1918. The LethbfldA Herald: Sirs,-I'have Just completed a careful eanvals of the jTown -.of Raymoiid for tti%' Heratii and find ihot there ar paid sub^rlb'ers. Herewith are the name* of thirty-Seveh other* �who do not themselves subscribe for i. the Daily Herald, but o(i(M|M~iW>J^ve defltM-i larly iftaS the Herald; tO�*tihtr  COf>le��^'f(%m their friends oKhelflfr Yours truly, ~" ^  ,t Sfe. r. j. FORSTER, AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE  When Replylna MenMon The Herslfli SPECIAL SNAP-Ford Touring car in flret olasB shape, top and side ciirtuins. in good condition. 1380. Apply 1241 5th Ave. A, South. 291-^6 FOa SALE-Saxon C^cyl. 1917 model; first class shape. Newly painted, new tires, "spare oaslug behind. Bargain. ,Pan cflBh, balance to suU buyer. jMight |fe^i^g.%h%ply Box; SO>JrteraW;^vaj|^fl I'OH iSiSiLlK-Ford'^^SeiJan in p^ii. cbndltii^n, ih every respect as good new ,S,n8p for quick sale. Also I'D, irFord TWurlng Car. J. B. Turney, phone .T46> Second Avenue S. � ^Jff-   '^^_ 274-0 SITUATIONS VACAl^T Apply Alberta . 291-6 WANTED-A waitress. Cafe. � - WANTBD-T-A chamber maid. Arlington Hoteli' Apply 288-6 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 WANTED-Situation by experienced general store man, fnarried, 20 yeais experience in all lines. Grocery my specialty. Open for immediate engagement. Apply Box 19, Herald. 289-6 LOST AND FOUND (When Replylne Mention The HernH' LOST-rOne black gelding coming 3 years old. No brand. 115.00 for information leading to recovery. Phone 1632. 1.1. Snowden. 285-0 no.OO RETWARD-For information leading to recovery of 1 black mare (pacer), branded C H on left^bck; also been fired on ri^t hip. C � E. Holliham Birdsholm, Alta. 290-6 FOR SALE-New and Second Hand Furniture. We buy and sell and exchange and .sell on commission. We lend money on goods. , CITY SECOND HAND STORE, 406 FIFTH STREET S., PHONE 1428 280-26 WANTED-For Gait hospital, maid for diet pantries" and wards. Apply Gait Hospital. 291-0 with house-Apply 1001 290-6 WANTED-Gi^^, to heFp work,^few houYs daily. 3rd Avenue so\ith. ^^?ANTED^^^t;once. Battery m^^ is willing to help in shop. Apply Lethbrldge ^Motor^LW^_- 292^0 WANTED-Girl . for general housework. Gas in furnace and range. Aij-ply 410 12th St: A. south. 291-0 CAJ^DS DH. m OSpOlP^ENTlST G uate of RdyM CoUekf^ior DentaljSnr-'Keons Toronto anittidldei' of a Btom-. Inlon Dental' Cei!t�R!M,e. 'OfficeJ; rooms B-a Bryan Block. Ph6no^lOW. -----rape i)R. L. T. ALLBN-UflNTII ilchrfpt)' |m|dical JDRS. GAliBEAXTH AND LYNN il66,>-J.j^oridg^.er acre. >.|l,600 cash, balance three or four �.. annual payments.: STOLEN-Monday, Nov. 11, a Ford touring car. Dealers license 1003. $25 00 reward fcr Information leading to recovery. Apply D. E. McDonald, 6th Street south. . 292-6 T. M. HUFF Room 10, Alberta' Block. PhiBnesr-rOffice 651, Residence 1013. � , ^: . " 285-0 REWARD-For ttfor^ation'Jeading to|,recovery of on^Jlghtjeai flned back mp^y cow ai{di;.j^d: calf, and. onB red>yearljBgJi^Sr,'.dehom- eii alO brand^dv onleft rlbs._,- Wtoo A^ranAlgya^lbg,..Alta.; 292-6 FOR SALE-One set farm harness as good as new. Apply the Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. 288-0 FOR SALE-Two fresh cows. Apply in day time to City Cartage Co.; evenings W. E. Van Home, 623 11th St:, south, phone 1178. 2SS-6 WANTED-Stationary ^engineer, second class papers. ; Mu,5t be able to give first class references .from prev-ious employers.-Box 15 Herald._29i;0 WANTED-^A .tfeachef for grddVteven for the CaVdston School District. Services to commence January 1st. Apply J. E. Harris, Secretary, Cardsion School Distrlct.-.-i - 291-3 WANTED-First class man for de livery and care of furnace. Must know town aria understand Chevrolet car. �Salary $20:00 per week. Consumers Hardware and Supply Co. 292^0 FARM LABOR-We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of. men are nonf on the ground wait ing for work,] i Wire or phone, .the Beasley Bm^lftjnnerit Agency, 110 5th St. S.. LethlSrldge, ^hone 545. JI5-0 .PEACE WORK-pAt war pay guaran-Iteea",l;or tlire'piH4rs. Knit, urgently Ineeded; socks|l6i-|i|6 on the fast, aim � - - . w particulars to FOR SALE-One first class pure bred Berkshire boar, with papers. Can be j delivered after Dec. 15th. Write Box-j pie Auto-ICnitte_, 148 Lethbridge, cr phone R-508. 292-B day. 3c stamp. Auto-T-.nitter Co., Dept " ^ - -^ i C, .79, 607 College Street, Toronto. K FOR SALE-Fairbanks platform pit,_______-.---_---. scale with all fittings complete. Cap-'AMAZING SELLER - Tablets .that LbST-A big grey--^^^^rse,'.branded idk left hip, also sto^orse ' branded "MP'' on '1'ett|fshoul-der. Suitable rewardri^rvln-, formation leading to reebvery. Steve Nagy, Diamond City. - , u: �^293-3 LOST-From Coalhurst a black gelding, eight years old, branded K^jM on left shoulder, some white on bind feet and spot on fore- WUm head, has saddle, marks. $5 reward. Nik Ma'iimetx, No. 9 Co, Houses, Coalhurst, Alta. _293-3' '1635 ACRES.of s^immerfallow, between ' Lethbridge and Wilson,, 'AH pre- � pared for spring planting. .It should -pay lis own way; out next season. � Price $53 an acre, on easy tanns. THE O. F. URSENBACH $10.00 REWARb-For the recovery of anv cattle branded on right shoulder or ' oh left shoulder Also / four year old black mare branded Jif "iTright shoulder. C. D. Rom eril, Sfirllng. . Phone R102. 283-16 agency. 293-0 $10.00 REWARD EACH-For the .recovery of 1 ball faced cow branded on left rib; 1 brockled faced cow, 1 two year old heifer and 2 yearling steers, branded on right rib. Notify N. J. Anderson, Barnwell, AU�. 288-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WATi^TBD-AVould store piano f(Jr. use same; best 'of care taken. No.' �childferi.' :phoneU830. 292-6: fWANTBD-Raw.or Improved, farm'  land. Write description,-location and 'price to Clavde Cole, 300'Henry Bldg., ^Portland. Oregon.__287:13. .WANTED-^Vulcanizing machine pad^ and X!lamp system. Generator set for ;;ibattery charging engine driven. St%te >full particulars and cagh price. .Neville, : iMountain View, AlU...... 291-4-6 yoLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT, sound '.or broken,' vulcanite or metal; also bridgework. Post them to J. Duns-'(tone, Post Office box 1286, VaucouriBr. .Highest cash price sent-by return' mail. __273-26 to READERS-Of the Ladles Home ; Journal, 'Saturdary Evening- Post and Country Gentleman. Send me . your address and I will call for your sub-iicrlptions. Two year's subscription .for the price of one buying weekly or monthly. Useful and acceptable gifts. Authorized Agent. Mrs. E. J. Pettley, �1 .�th. .St 8. Lethbridge. . 279^0 Bhomde STTf A YBD-One black mare, branded right thigh; 1 bay mare.and 1 Mazed'facebay^ mare -and year- _ ling colt branded .9X on right pmder; also 1 gray gelding and.l blazed face black mare with club right hind foot, with yearling colt branded ys,;:.left thigh. - $5 reward each leading to recovery of any of the above horses. Earl Wamock, 902 llth St. S. , 286-6h acity 10,000 lbs. Apply James Ser geant, Etzikom, Alberta. 290-6 HAY-HAY-MDne' special-lot to. dispose t^f, or oat straw, "oat bundles and uplan'' hay. Get our prices before'you buy. . Patterson, McKlnnon & Bell, 3rd Ave. South. 292-6 FOR SALE OB TRAi>E-For good property, one teain mares weighing from 2600 to 3200 lbs., 4 and 9 years old. Apply 1822 1st Ave. A North. . 293 1 FOR SALE-;r-Cows .with calf w^jvith-out; also young cattle,'horses and mules, broke. Persons d^Ssirlng young tender beef by the quarter will save money by writing to W-. T. Agderi, Stirling. Alta. , 292-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Would Sell or trade a bunch of young mares .tor cattle or a gas engine an4 plows in good repair. Apply to Norman Broh-man. Box 786, Phone Rural 1010. __292-6 FOR SALE-One span Standard bred inares," color brown, weight about 2000 lbs. Good drivers. Would trade for apod hay or oats. Also have span of geldings for sale. C. S, PArrow, care Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. Phones 451 or 1196, 284-0 wash clothes spotlessly clean without rubbing. 'Promi^ to ,spllcit, orders ,svith ten cents bring *amp.leB. tor four>wasMngs." ^Kft dollar, an hour Bradley's Co.,'Brahtford, 6nt. Ad,W FRACHE BROS. For Floral Oeslgne , floses. Carnations, Chrysanthemums and oth^r seasonable flow- Fi^e delivery to any part cf the city. 229-0 CANADIAN PATBIOTIC FUND LETHBRIUQEJ BRANCH THIRD iCloorPost Office Building. Phono 701. Office houra during July and August: .10 a,m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1' p.m. � DR. OBOROB/ T. ..... ist. SuccesBOr to Drs, Stewart, and McClure, Ho\ira 9' tob. attic*': Hlg- Inhotham Block, ^hone STJ ._. DR. T. IW. FOX-rDBNf iW. OBADU-ate NorUi Western Denta! Unlvers-lHy, Chlcaco.: Office l^he 785;, residence Phone 768./ OWioeejUp'fln Bank Building. ^ IBS-O Office 014,Thli'4j'Ave., S, Lethbridge. HPUBS: Dr.-dWbralth ..... 1-3 p.m. i Mo^.. yffii^:Mf. 7-8 p.m., V.SHntttW^s''iljn. and by appoint. .,ment, .... , ..........,1M2 a.m. ' Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Res. phone bflO,'"'r'-j ^DR. W. D. CAMPBELL, .nDBSTIST, graduate of Clijlcago COHe�e,,(it Dental Surgery. Booms 6 anffj, She^ pard Block? Phone 1506. 260-( DRS; ^DoVBfBBR; CAMPBEILL, ROY, ORAOG & .BrtYANS. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 506. _. - �HjJRiUlLIST^'^-'-- - ^ ^' TO THE SICK^;Bet6ro Klvlng ,up hope tl-y KaS^ Herbftl Compounds prepared trom the^est known herbs, Voots and'bkrks: Writs for my Her-hal fJuldB, or call ,pe?8onally. John Rae, Herbalist, -707 l-Sth Street- N., next to United Church. 188-0 IJRS. CdNNOR, McNALLY ft LBfcpH .-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Teje-phones: ,] Office 319; i Keeideabe ot Dr.' GofthOf,' 619; -reiflaefcicet^f Dr. Le^h, 1O07. Office hours: 11' to It a.m.; .1,30 to 3.30;, 7 to,8 p.m. DR.' TAYLOfc-EAIt. iSY^; NOS^ & Thropt; ^16 SheHo�k Qldf.f Otflce hours 10-12; Z-r-Bi evenings by ap-,,polntmont. Phohes: otflce 341: res- idenoe 593. , BICYCLtS CLEVELAND AND~INDIA'N BICY cles for sale. All makes of bicycles 1 , repaired. A large stock fit accessor-ies on hand. D. E. McDonald, Oun smith and Locksmith, Cth Street S., opposite,Herald "Otttoe;_62-0 __CHIROPRACTOF.S- SMITH ft SMITH-^HVRUM, SMITH and Juno B. are a[ok and want to regain health, ta^ke spinal adjiiB;ments:,and get welL Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. 3,. opposite' Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 6. 7 to 9. Phono 1677. WATER LOCATOip WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Chargen $20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Ar?. A. Scutt^ Lethbridge. Phone 1547. . 97-0 UNDERTAKING T. S PETTERLY. LEADING FTTNBR-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven bearea. Parlors opposite Court House .Otflce phone 661. residence phone 117�. Open daygnd night. MAGKAY & , BELL-Funeral directors and Practical Embalmers; office and resldenfce 803 3ra Ave. S. Phone 1802. Motor and horte drawn equipment. Alway^pen^^ ~~' BUILDERSrSUPPUES P.O. Box. 80S Phone 1619 ACeOUNTANiS RITCHjIE J>ATERSON AND COMPANY . 5-6 Acadia .Building-612 Third Avenue (South) DH. P. W. tULLBR-^PHlrSIClAN and Burgeon: Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, .rooms a to 4. Office hours: n to 12 a.ri.: 1.30 to 3.20 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; residence 420 8th.S^. S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. E. LOVERING, Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equiidment Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave; south. Hours 11-12,'1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242.296-0 MUSIC Business Cards (Continued) - SPIRELLA CbBSETIERr.E Appointments Made - Phone 320 ' MRS. MARTIN, Suite 6B, Dominion Block. )rT. LIMB, WOOD PIBRB Plaster, Empire Finish, Hollow Tile, Lethbrfdge ;ii)Bd Medldine  Hat! Brlc*, Roofings, Building and jTar Pap^r, Fire Place Mantles arid Grates. --------- Tile, Beaver Board, Plate Glass, ...^'L.^^ Strett South. Phone ,1812. Muranese Glass, Cotamon , Glass, I LOO SAM-^OLEANINO, PRESSING' Auto WIndshields,yMlntng Supplies,! Repairing and alterations well done Fire Brick and Firs'-Clay: The West-1 at reasonable i-rlceb,We call for and erri Supply & Equipriient Co: Ltd " ----�th sf�o�t STRAYED-Eight miles south of Raymond, 1 bay stallion, 1 bay gelding,-2 bay geldings 3 years old, 1 blue roan mare, 2 sorrel horses, 1 black maire .with oolt, 1 bay ball faced mare with polt,.,L blflck.hof^e, all'})rand/ -- ed on right shoulder. Any iK-formation leading to the re- |^ _ covery will be rewarded by Guy W. Mendenhall, Raymond. Box 104 289-C ^JRfWABD five d0i4,ARS each will be paid for Information leading to the recovery of the following horses: Three bay work horses, ,wefght about 1400 lbs., branded ' I^azy vf , (monogram) on right jaw, and one black saddle horse, with clipped foretop and, swollen left hind hock. These horses may not be together. One has a fairly large star on forehead and this one-may be with the black saddle horse. Of the other two, one has'' a small star and other has none. These two may b,e travelling together.. Address J. W. Brown, Pincher Station, or phone Fred Rob-bins, Rlncher Station. 293-6 FOR SALE-All my exhibition strain of single comb white leghorns. Two cocks, ten hBps, four cockerels, ten pullets. These will win for you: $85 the flock, or single birds $5 to $10 , 500 MEN/WANTED TO LEARN Automobile Gas Trr.clor Engineering, at Hemphill's chain of government licensed motor "schools. We teach you by actual practice to operate and repalr'^aijtomoblle.s, tractors arid stationary'eriglnes. Our free emplbyraent office will help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic or tractor engineer at $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Wonderful demand for gasoline engineers.- We also teach 0x0 welding and steam vulcanizing. Write or call for free ca^logue. Attend the nearest grarich to you. Day and evening classes ;now open: HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOLS Lethbridge,' Palace parage, 2nd Ave. 8. branched at Winnipeg,," Saskatoon, '. iJtlirioriton, R(;glna, Ckjgary, Van--couveir and Pbrtlatid; Ore. ,230-0 Phone 1044, Fourth bridge, 3t. South, Leth-48-0 each. N. I h. Emmerson, 136 19th St. ;.293=6 UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on application. Special quotation c.i large quantities. Sample at our office. HARRIS ROSSITER, 120 5th St. S. Phone 1412 264-0 'dK IMPRCVED FARM LANDS ' Lowest Rates of Interest. ' lieast Expense to Borrov^er. MS MURCHISON BROS., GEDDES & BRADEN *30 FIFTH STREET 'SOUTH, PHONE 1008. 291-0 m FOR M 550 tons of good upland hay for sale in stack at $10 per ton. Separate arrangements can be made for baling and shipping at an approximate price of $7.50 per ton. For particulars apply to G. D. Carter and Co., Ltd., 307 C P.R. Building, Edmonton, Telephone 4764. TO RENT TO. RENT-Rooms: Ave^ South. ; Apply 213 atlj 293-^ TO R]3NT-Store tp rent corner 4th Ave;, and lltU St, iSouth. Apply Ter rill Floral Co, ., 235-0 TO HENT-^Furnished  steam heated liousekeeping suite, with. iSas; alpo bedrooms. 51,5 Gth St. S. 293-2 MANUFACTURING FURF^IER OWING TO;THE SCARCITY of pelts order your Christmas furs now. We can supply you with anything in fur and give a giiarantee with every piece; Our price is the cost of production only. No big inent or fancy prices tacked on. Hudson Seal Coats made to measure. Ask us to quote. ' , Raw furs wanted after Nov. Ist. Scott, practical furrier, (opposite Lethbridge Hotels_ dellved goods. 410.6th; Street South. Phone 534 .. � i .261-30 DECORATINQ RAW FURS We are paying 60 cents straight for riiuskrats* in any quantity. ' SCOTT, Furrier. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel.  � � : : 283-0 TO RENT-Furnished light housekeeping suite with gas. 1264 4th Ave. south. __j??!?z:? f a^R^BNt-^ComfoFtable furnished roorii for non-amoker. 1110 3rd AvQ. south. 291-6 TO KENT-Two furnished; bed rooms, modern conveniences. Phone 1340 or apply. 642 5th St. south. 290-TrC HAY FOR SALE HAVE A LARGE QUANTITY OF guaranteed No. 1 Upland Hay, baled; also ^reen oats and green;8traw. Write or wire best cash offers. As Ave are in the free freight district we can lay this down at your station.cheaper than others. Cdn ship at once. 292-6 R. J. THI9AUCEAU, . P. O. Box 268 Lloydnilnster, Sask. BARGAINS in GOOD heavy overcoats, good qua! ity from $5.00 to $8.00. Highest pric es paid for second hand suits. Come at onno before these are gone. Get a good overcoat and save the doctor's bill. Isaacs & Co., 316 1st Ave. South. TO RENT-5 rooTned hovise with chicken house, $12 per month. Apply John Pimm, liiOl 1st 'Ave. N. . 292-0 MONEY TO LOAN Money to loan on improved farms THEO. F, URSENBACH AGENCY Suite 1 Conybe�re Block, Fifth St^^S, WELLINGTON, .^BROS.^THB oratofa, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalaomlnlng, general Decorating and Sigh Writing."Bsttmates given, 1'he oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res.-pho^ 1472; office phone 1752. Sh^irlock .Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. A. w MEADS-PAIiJITING, DBCORAT-Ing and Paperhanglng. Phoue 690. 611 8th; Ave, S.  117-0 W. EMERY-PAINTING, DBCORA'T Ing, Paperhanglng,.Kaleomlning, etc. Best materials only used for all irork. Estimates, willingly given. 93fi 9th ^'i?J!*338. . ' FOR DBCORATlNSrpaiiiUng and paperhanglng, -see S.;(Whit�ker, 6i2 : :-7th. St.::iS., phone 1820. Estimates given. Best materials . used. : merits, of "tfipse y/f>6 have' dropped their''music;4h08e wVo liave ri'bthad the oppfirturiity Of jlayjrtg a' gbod fburidatibh arid those who Svish' to . increase their technique"and power of iriterpi-istatiori. -Young children amV beginneA of all ages carefully taught. Address 1105 llth St.'sbuth". ' Phone 1553. EY�S TESTED^ j"m hemoersoh-SIGHTSPtCIALIST Difficult Cascsa Sp.-cuilty Office .It Wricihfs Ji-wcl.lciv Sluro rtourt 10 tc IZ .1 Ml 2 t!. b I Til. DANCING. FOB UP-TO-DATEj house .sign and ^car patrifing see* The Home Decora-torsr'G.T.-DrinkalJ.-'lManage-, next to Herald-Office: . i �:' .� . -. AVEL'blNG TENDERS OXYACEl'yLENK .WELDING,:- W. ,N. Kuth, fcorrier Ist Avenue, and 10th Street. . . . r .. . , l' . '__ SHOE ftEPAIRING to kemt-Storage, fspace tor all Wads of goods. Rn'tes reasonable. Saunders Hay and tfraln Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone 7.32. modern 7-roomed TO RBNT^FuUy _ house. No, 1005 8th Avenue south, Ap-nlv Arthur Hayr, 412 4th Avenue S.. phone 575 or 7y0. j execute a guarantee bohd on an ap FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND DINING HALL, PROVINCIAL 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, December 2nd, 1918. J ' Bach 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 aiwarded the successful bidder shall be required to SHOE RBPAIRING^PHONE 1717 for your ^hoe repairs. Work done promptly- Ordef? cafted for 'and de llvered. Frank Miles, 611 4th: Ave. Souths.................;> .� �-.-��rv bakery klRKBY & CO.. H1QH-CLA1S3 BAK-ery," tor-pastry tliatyou can depend upon belng;imade -Pill; t hdme-njado principled. Kltkby * .Co., 606 ;3rd . Ave, S, Phdne 1627: ' ^ � '"''^ "^NSMITHS MISS GLADYS ATTREB 1� p.p.^tpou- ing her-dancing.el,M?�>*fi.':3'"*^"''' lessons during the present fpldemio but will resume , them .soon.,ns school cotamehcek. ^l3^.t^f^f^^A.^y. . West,'Calgary^ , . '::.' � , eoucATiowAi. V ^ GARBUTT BUSINESS COLUEISE ' ........411 8th 8t..8outh.i.L�thbri|igs . Day and Evening Sobobl.'r Shorthand, Tyepwritlng, .Bookkeeiili.t, and. all .Commcrcial.:Subj80ts...... Office Phone 1315 , ; i>esidence Phone of. Principal 1991> . Write for Full Information. ' PRIVATE HQSPlTAtB HOSPITAL^MRS. PRIVATE HOSPITAL^MKH. VAN Haariem'B Private HosplUl and Maternity Home. 1224 7th 'Avenue .South. Phone 746. ACCOtJNTANTS, ��� _ '~FAlJfflE''SBSPBH &1:'&MPANY.-Accountants, TifUstees and, Flnancla; Agents, Audits, Inveatlgatlpn?, Systems. Telephone 1616. 6, McDonald,Block.. OfffceLRoom TC'RENT-^Furnlshed rooms, sleeping. proved Surety Company to the amount rooms and one -.ven �fui:nished house keeping room, ai)out Nov, 21, gas and plibne. Phone 12^3. 329 llth St. South. 288-6 to rent-Private house, owner leaving city, will lease all or alTarige downstairs and upstairs separately. Dbwsley Land Agency: Phone 1809. :'383-0 MB.- are you saUBfled, with your present living quarters?: If not, ,gp-up t6 the "Y", today and see for yourself the benefits and prh'Uegb's awaiting you there. The rate* are low. 4th Ave. and 10th St,. S, Phone 547. TO RENT-In" the ConnaugjhL Mansions,- one furnished house i Keeping suite. Suitable for ,two. Immediate possession. Reforences. |^o children. Apply Victoria- Mansions office. aiO-lU ^-V-one C36. 297-0 of twenty (20%) per cent, of the contract. The cheques of the unsuccessful contractors -will be returned -within six days after the contract Is a-warded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any defect. Plans and specifications will be issued to applicants at the Provincial Architect's Office, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, on receipt of a do-posit of. ten. ($10.00) dollars which win be refunded on return of plans, specifications and a bona fide tender. L. C. CHARLESWORTH, Deputy Minister of Public Works, Dated at Edmonton this 26th day October, 1918.____ Ad G lliliLfiiri GUNSMITHS &. LbCK:SMiTHS--Gun barrels stfatght�fn(pd,-liina reptbck: ed, gun 1rorkldb^e^hr'iB |nin*mUh; keys made, logkl^'rapai^ed; bicycles,' typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery tepBiced. lawn mowers sharpened. lt)Bratura On requesf; Mrs. 0> Thomas, 919 10th _ S- Phoh'e 584,: . 119^ MRST A. LINGARD will be pleased to . meet old cnatomers, also now pneff. Vf933 7th Street sputh. Phone 1.712', ,' : I ^ . . P'^'^r^ haTr dressinO' --pji' Mes: CCaiEOS^ROOMS . NO. i hullblookI: � u ^ BUSINESS AS U^UAL; ; -Special Electrical Treatment tor ' failing hair. w,. -f-Scalp Treatments-, i Facial Massage";  ' Ladlea' Own Corilblng? Made Up.,/ ''IfcrAppblntWehrr Phone micC ��, - ^476-0 21 ;