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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridgte Daily Herald, Saturday, October 1, PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL A ters and solicitors. Office, adjoining ''Union Bank, Lethbridge, L. M. John- ;-6tone; J. Norman Ritchie. CHURCH McAR- Solicitors. No- Public and Commissioners. .Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alta. ARCHITECTS M. T. Whit- r.ey Block. Late of Williams Bros., Architects, Detroit F. 8. Room 9. Whitney BlocJc. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Offices IE Canadian Bank of 'Commerce Blag. "Tv. C. Simmons; 'S. J. Shepherd. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, Stafford Block. POAPST D U WOO Solicitors and. Notaries. Money to loan. Southard Block. Soli- citor, "Notary Public, etc. 1 and 2, Southard Block. Money to loan. .6MITH "solicitors, notaries, etc.. 4 'Alberta 'Block, Round Street R. Andrew B. A., L. L. B.; John. J. Cam- eron, L. L. B. JOHN R. Solici- .tor, etc.- Hill Block, Room 4, Red- -path Street. JAS. A. Macdonalfi Redpata Street, Lethbriuge, .Alta. ERNEST E. CAftVER, M.3.A.A., M.R. A., A.A.I., Sherlock Blocs. Phone. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- (sfactiou guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge, Alberta.. Regular sales at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St.. on the second aad fourth-Tuesday, of each month. K. M, W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block, Leth- Phone CONTRACTORS WILLIAM and 'cos- traotor. Estimates free. Repairs and alterations. Office room 5. Brvan Block. Phone 426, P. O. Bos 512, The Office of Ripley Transfer Is Now On Kedpath St. Opposite Methodist Choreh Draylng done on inert motioe HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: Resldenci RECIPROCITY NEGOTIATIONS Nothing Serious Will B< Done This ill Ottawa Ottawa, Sept. Evening Free Press says: "The announcement that Canada's reply to The United Stales proposal for a resumption of recijirocuty negotiations will not be set until "October the fifteenth, stems Herald Want Advertisements In tKeir own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO EXCHANGE FOR HORSES First class 1 -section. 6 1-2 miles from High River. Address Bos 52, Castor, Aita. 231 30 FOR doing good busi- ness. Well 25 x 50, full basement. Apply English Cafe, corner Westminster Ford. 231-20 25 cents oer insertion when not eceedlng 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT located in brick building. i, with 12 rooms upstairs antl laborers and bush- to preclude i this -rear. conferences [FOR and Shepard en- T. K. and BuiM- "given on ail kinds of .-buildings; notfciag too small, noth- ing too large. rBos 515; office 1260 Courtland Street. MEDICAL DFL' W. 3. .Surgeon, Acccucher. 2-S; 7-8 p. m- Office 914 Ked- .path.Street, phone 1253, executed tor cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art' stone sills and lintels made to detail. Coa- crete .clocks and brick always- on hand. H. J. Goode Co., Concrete Factory, 523 Smith St., Phone MUSIC DOCTOR 'St., Before S 2-S; T-S. DR, Stafford block. Residence 313-'Westioinster Rd, Oi- fice ho.urs 11-12; 1-3; 7-8-30. Office Phone 319: Residence 1090. DH. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block. Residence, corner Glyn and Bom-; pas. Hoars, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8-30. MADAM NORMAN Orchestral liberty for engagements. Private parties, dances, vaudeville or dramatic. Pupils taken in Piano- forte or Voice Culture. Miss Norman teacher of dar-.ci2g, tail, room or stage, 622 Crabb street DH, eon.. Office Physician and Sur- HiginbotJiam. .Bloct; Pfacae S3S; Residencs 410, Ernest Street. Phone 31S. DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric- and X- rav treatment. Office, Room 18, Sherlock Building. and Giro. Hpurs: Till 9; if-rrsJ-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; S.30-9.30. Phone daj- and idght 1242. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., 'siciara, Surgeon and Acconcher. Of- fice. D'engrlas block. Westminsier Road. Residence 320 Walhvorfc St. Phone 476. D. A. M.D.T ist, Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat Staf- ford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Omce hours, 9.30-12 a. in.; 2-5 p. m.: TJ. m. Office Phone 341; Residence 593. _ DR. J. A. an Surgeon, Accoucher. Office and res dence 1210 Courtlaad St. Phone 1246 MR. J. W. and choir master at St. Augustin's church, giv- es lessons in voice c.ultiTation, or- ,gan aad pianoforte playing- artd the- ory. Candidates prepared for musi- cal examinations. ,710 Courtland'St. Phone 420. The Wciddington- Stuckey Company Dealers in- All K-inds ol EAY GRAIN Carloads shipped at once, on receipt of order. Get our prices. Hay, Grain, Stoclc, Etc, sold on commission, either by pri- vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE i'SALES YD. SMITH ST. Rear pf Dallas Hotel Phcne 426 Offjci Round St. The Washington government vill have its hands full until after Novem- ber the eighth- when the couKressional elections will be bt-W and government iviil busy with. preparations. Thus the prospects for aay tlfihiite reciprocity negotiations This vcar are not as bright as Washington people would like. There is a very, sironx opinion here that the erameut should insist any con- ferences should .be iisld in Ottawa in- stead of at -Washing von aM That i atia should await the Unit-ed .States giiie, thirty-six horse power simple. Almost new. Cockshutt plows, frame, J.O .plows complete outfit. proposals before exposing hand. her own 12 200 acres breaking waiting to be done. 320 acres two miles from station to exchange for horses. Two section tract with living water to exchange for cattle. .0. f. Lathrop, Whitney Block. Lethbridge. Alta. 232-0 men. The New Michel Saw Mill Co., Ltd., New Michel, B. C. 220-0 general servant at ouce. Apply Mrs. A. B. Ripley. 289 Brunton 234-0 BALED HAY FOR prairie hay for sale in carlogd Ices. Price per ton f. o, b. Okotoks. Ca'n now guarantee immediate deliv- ery. Newman Jackson, Okotoks. 235-26 Box 86, Phone 55. The two-year-old child of Thomas j Flexen, St." Thomas, fell into a wash boiler and was nearly drowned. H. s. who has been practis- ing law at Nelson, for the past 15 years- aas decided to go to the coast, and will practice in Vancouver for the pre- sent. C. R. Hamilton, K. C., who is inow in Rossland, will move over to (nelson, thus leaving Rossland, which in its palmy days had a very large and influential 'bar, with only one lawyer. ItfJSS GERTRUDE teacher of piano, organ, theory and concert accompaniment. Will receiTs pupae on and after teraber 1st' at the Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music. C. SALMON -'receives jrapils in all 'branches of Pianoforte Playing and 'Theory. Candidates prepared for London, Eng., and Toronto Hbc- r.minatlons. 705 Dnfferin street. (corner Glyn and P. 0. cox 133. PJione 1162. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LOKG- BBOS. Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 requiring- maids phone 1035 T. W. C. T. U. Fees ?1.0C, when suited.. u'OH 22 horse pow- er Maiwell, nearly new. Th3 Alberta 242-f FOR saw mill, ca- pacity daily, together with gov- ernment timber permit about three miles from railway survey. Man witb little experience and small capital can make big profits. Apply Bos 40, The Herald. 243-6 FOR carload Iocs prairie wool, 'Wild hay and blue stem. J. J. Donnelly, Herbert, Sask. class cake ana bread baker. Apply Gilcaore, the Baker. Russell Street, North Ward. 242-0 October 16th, compe- tenc domestic. Apply Mrs- p- L- Naismith, 'ibis Baroness Rd 1'43-G WANTED AT wet nurse for baby, highest wage? paid. Apply Mrs. J. R. Van Haar'em, 610 Coutts St. 243-6 for railroad construc- tion, bushinen, axemen, teamsters, steam shovel laborers, tie makers, mill laborers, swampers; highest wages paid; work all winter; Jobs guaran- _ TO RENT 1O KENT Nicely furnished room for gentlemen, modem house telephone etc. Apply -125 BartleU St. 194-6 TO KKiVi1 rooms, double to rem. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-o- TO and offices. Ap- ply to the C. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- la Building, Redpath street 194-0 ROOM PER Room in first class modern, except furnace Apply 1215 Bompas SL 210-Ox TO modern. pas. rooms G. L. Vrooman, 1120 Bom- teed. The Cranbrook- Cranbrook, B. C. .Agency 244-12 class plasterers at once to work on new court house. Ap- ply A. Lethbridge. 245-6 once, man and -wife for lann work; state num'-ber of family. Appiy Sick Fanning Co., New Dayton. TO 25 3. 50, central, for storage. Apply the Simpson Co.,