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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO i nij LETIIBP.JDGE DAILY HERALD- the Nursing Mission -Provides visiting nursea for nmtor- nlty nud nil mod'lcal nnd surglcnl cases (except co'.ilaBlous discuses, aud charges according lo the cir- cumstances of tho patient. 1'our patients cared for free ot charge. Graduate nurses for private duly also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to tho Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phono 1253. (Mlssl A. M. Tlllay, Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) Btssie Cook, Grad. Nurse Ill NOT A CARPENTER'S JOB SHOES Made to Order From Any Kind of Shot Leather and KEPAIRED Mill Orders Given Prompt Attention. FRANK MILES Phone 1717 511 4th Avc. S. LETHBRIDGE Adjusted and Cleaned at Your Home. Clocks, Sewing Machines, Phonographs, Typewriters Made to Run Like New. Prices Moderate and Work Guaranteed. Phono 1278 H. rORCIA Arlington Hotel If Yon Are Going To The Old Country Travel the Donaldson Way. Ua-ge, Comfortable Steamers. Sailings Montreal to Glasgow. SATURN1A Oct. 24 CASSANDRA Nov. 3 ATHENIA Nov. 21 Tickets from any railroad or steam ship sgent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg-. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. It lo Mere Like a Watchmakers, Put- ting Soldiers Into Repair In n y.loiKTr western town, about iweniy yours apo, wr.u-s ;i cor res- pondent, my wnUih riioinjud. Neither winding noi- shaking would miiko it go on a pain. Secliis mid'Jeweller" ovor u stnro. I '-vont in. The imui opent'J my watch, lumoil his head first lo one side- ami ilipu oil the other, and euiil he ho ooiild 1'Ut ii all risht. Wht'ii I poi ii it weni for half mi lio'-ir, tliun sitinpcd apuin. lie Inul done it more liarm than Ii cost twice ,is niiu'ii to re- ji.iir, in Llie c-ml, ;is u he iicul IK-VIT touc'iiod ii. man. I found, was a carpciilor liy trade. Hi' luul done his best. Inu a rarponler's Tor ;i disabUnl wtitcli is noL iiuite ED curative as his uusi for u ridiety oluiir. t It wns not ii ciirpcnier's When a soldier comes home "out of repair." we have got to remember ihai a man is a more delkate and com. plicated piece of mechanism ihan oven a waich. Also, he is infinitely more valuable to liie'couniry than the most marvellous chronometer ever Invent- ed. The couiury imUimlly insists that the most skilful surpcons and physi- cians eliall be employed to heal the soldier's physical ills. But that is only the first stage ot tlie disabled soldier's rreatment- Eiiual skill aud thoroushness must be employed to equip him. eduViioually. i with technicftl knowledge iind pnio- itlce for rejoicing the ranks of indus- Eveiitheii we cannot turn him adrift, We must exert continued aud sys- i tomatlc cure to see he gets work j suited to him. or trouble Is sure to i follow. The Military Hospitals Commission of the Dominion Government- and Ihe Provincial Commissions anj local Committees in co-operation with it, 1 are tri'fns ro do this. If auy one can 'help them, practical .sug- EGstiona or oifers of stGndy it is his duty to do so. j Xo tiio leaves on a. tree have pre- cisely the same shape, and no two men are exactly alike. Each man's capacities have to be carefully icd. to avoid putting round pess into square holes. I On. the cure we take now, depends the answer to the Question whether our returning soldiers are to be a bur- i den or a help to thejusclves and their I fellow-citizens. Here quacks and theoretical cure- alls 2-re mischievous enough at any tlme, and especially ai times of jreat emergency like ours. This is no carpenter's not even a watchmaker's. SITUATIONS WANTEU_C by cTjuTuotoiiT atciioBi'iiilibr. Apply Box 1. Herald. ZBl-0 JOlT 1 yearn c'xpi'rii'iice. Final tniclloil pall- ors. .1. v. Itlchni'ils, Cardsloih_____203-6 Uer seeks position of trust; whh books nnd collec- tions or other work, Uox L1, Herald. man. experienced in slori1 :uul clerical work, desires permanent position, any kind. of references. Willing lo start on small suliiry. Apply Box 10, llcnihl. 2S2-G of nil deicrln- lion. family work :i specialty, collected ;uul (lellveroil to nny part of the city, cents por pieces. Alao inn Mrs. j. 2010 First Avenue North. Dox LlSfi. _____237-0 on nuicll by married couple for winter mnnUls. whoro there is no oilier woman in hoasi1. Would Uike charge of ranch fnr right party. A. Elliott. Haley, Alto. 251-G LOST AND FOUND LOST A red and white row; one horn cut; branded on left ribs, also NE on left thigh. reward to E. Wright, Foremost. 24S-G gold watch. Owner CH.II have same by proving property and paying for ud. Apply Taylor ing Co. owned by Gordon, Iroiisides Fares. Limited, ranging Oil Blood Reserve: left rib; left hip.; left rib; 76 left hip, Any ono btivtng or seeing any strays carrying above brands will please 110- Ufv A. C Xash, Spring Coulee. Alta. the W. !4 Sec. 1-9-20, one bay marc-, iihouL 10 or 12 years old. weight about 900 pounds; has collar marks, readied mnne, bran- ded turkey track on left shoulder and Jaw. W. H. Pawson, Jr., Foundkeeper, Coaldale. Classified Ads 25c. an insertion for twenty-five words, or less. Six in- sertions for the price of four. Must be paid in Advance SITUATIONS VACANT Firs', elms chamberinald. Apply_jHilla3 help. Apply lo Gull Hospital 2611-0 _Ho- tcl: Gootl wages for smart boy. 2nG-3 boll hops nnd one porter. Apply Alexandra Hotel. panlry. maid. ADpiy I.olhbriilgu Hotel. 26-u general servant at nncc. Apply 1020, Snl Avo. S. inau wife to live on ranch during winter. Services to commence at once, liood wage.. Apply Hark II. Brluball, _Raj- FOR hundred Marino owes for sale. Cua sue gnwe ut Chlu address. I'lck Two Stock Co.. Ltd.. toll springs, Ostormoor mattress, fumod oak drestj- cJialr, table anil [our purlor clmira. .11 In tlrst class condition. 130G nth Lve._soulh._____________' ifiCjl "OR Oat sheaves, J10 per Ion delivered nny pavt of Letlibridge. Tar- y, Dalian farm, Phone H301J. Hanoi1 good ns now. :ash or terms. Call ov write 1259 ..Bill Aye. S. moml, Alta. -252-12 boys. Every op- portunity given to learn telegraphing. Apply C. P. R. Telegraphs. 2o2-0 the 13th Inst. l.eneral Servant Middle aged preferred. lly of two. Apply Mlsa Christie. Jla- mond City, Altft. pianist for the Aleiail- dm Hotel -buffet. Eilhor man or wo- man. Good wages for right party. Apply at hotel office. 256-3 Experienced general sorv. Kilt. Apply Box 23 Herald. 339-0 Boy at iTInters Sta- tioners. 112 5th St. South. _ General servant. Apply in morning or between 1 and S p.m., Mrs. A. 123S 4th Avenue S. 254-0 WANTED Competent housekeeper Apply 1259 6th Avenue S. _______________ Capable and experienced FOH re-built. 12-20 1-H-C. 'nglne. five bottom P. O. gang, and small l.H.C. separator. Write or iee H. Oreeno', New Dayton. 2IJ3-C "OK organ. Just Flke iew, for n.ulck sale. 532.00. Mason t Risen. Limited. Balmoral mock. 'OH nisch piano, In mahogany finish. Was foOO.OO for quick sale Customer may make he terms. Mason Risen, Ltd., Dal moral. Block. ______ .._____________________________Indy stenographer, with knowledge of Saturday night, Sept. 30, j book-keeping preferred, for position in russet leather pocketuook containing about 360 in bills. Finder will be lib- erally rewarded on returning same to MB, Starland theatre. 254-3 black pony, bald face, brand- ed bar over I I.on left shoulder. Re- ward for recovery or information. F. Knapp. CoaMale. black mare, weight I pounds. Was trailing rope Branded on left thigh; I branded on right thigh IX P.! 35.00 reward for Information leading to recovery, or for return to owner. Ford Boyd, New Dayton, Alberta. Fernie. B. C. Good salary and congen- ial work. Reply Number 9, Herald Of- fice. 258-3 to drive delivery waggon. One who knows tie cILy. Steady employment. Apply to Geo. Ken- Co. to take care of din- room and chamber work in small hotel. Apply Commercial Hotel, Milk River. 251-C experienced lady oooK, 'position as cook on threshing outfit. .Miss Helma Anderson, Stirling, Alia. 254-5 good farm team of geldings. Weight about Ibs. Vould exchange one good horse [or oats. Apply C. S. Farrow, co. Leth- bridge Laundry Co., Ltd. 255-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR Oregon and Idaho farm lands, also income prop- erty to exchange ior Alberta lands. The F. Anderson Co. (Inc.) 310 Intton Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. 25C-1 CROSSING THE DAXTJBE slays for Quick sale only. Taber district, mile from sid- ng, VI section, price ?L'laO. 100 acres jroken. Grassy Lake, 2 miles from rack, 100 acres broken, sood build- ngs, ?2200. Both easv terms. See me about these at once. W. II. Gillelan, 3rd Ave. S. Phone FOR acres of wheat land, miles of Retlaw, Alta., half mile from school, mile fence, 70 acres well 14 ft. deep; one shack. Sell cheap If taken soon. A. Lasiadek, Box J, Chester. Mom. 2S6-6 WhilB tbe Rumanians Imve crossed tue Danube south of Bucharest, Ihe Bnlgars are altemptlng lo cross it further west near Vidin where they have occupied Kalafat Island. DID it evep OCCUE to YOU ttet small TjAND FOR half sec- Ion, piile from elevator, school, post office, stores. Less than 15 miles (rom Lethbridge. 515 per acre, ensy terms. Adjacent land held at 525 to 535 per acre. This is only one of several snaps have to offer. See me. W. if. Gille- !an, 1222 3rd Ave. S. Phone. 251-G Stock Cattle At Stock Yards: 90 head 2 year old heifers. 45 head yearling heifers. 57 head cows and calves. We arc handling nothing but the best range cattle. Hatch Lewis PHOJVE'1482. LIVE STOCK DEALERS OFFICE ACADIA BLDG. AND STOCK YARDS "OR acres rellnquisliment n Montann. Land lease, no rocks, ilenly of water, 35 to 50 bushels wheat jer acre. Improvements. Sell Iheap. A. Lasiadek, Box 4, Chester, Mont. _______256-6 capable maid. Apply Mrs G. B. McKay, 624 13th St. S. 255-0 stenographer with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 3', Herald. class cleaner and presser. per month; none but first class man need .apply. Thnell the Tailor 60S 3rd Avenue South. Phone iO. Good' general jood wages. Apply 1516 7tll' Avenue South. Phone 750. 6 errand boy; wages 120 a month Apply Thaell the Tailor. -I once young man as general assistant in meat and provis- ion store. Must be used to hordes and have knowledge of meat business. W. Alta. Phone 206-0 M. Glasgow. Commerce 24. lie Victoria Home. for Indian children. Brocket, Alta., male general assistant; salary per month; boys' matron, salary ?20 per ___ month; teacher, salary 520 per month, FOH 50 acres irrigated land or wilhout certificate. Apply to R Haynes, Brocket, Alberta. 254 il miles south-east of city. A snap nev for cash on easy terma. Write L. Snow- den, City. -5M -I M LANDS FOR halt j of section 11-10-22, West of the 4th Across road allowance from Chi- nook Collieries. Price per acre. allow- purchaser commission. For ccrms apply to TV. C. Simmons, 2101 10th Street W., Calgary. 23S-0 AGENT WANTED For Plats Glass Company. The FOR North east quarter, 20- 10-13, west 4th. 52 acres summer fal- lowed and harrowed ready for seed- ing. miles from Grassy Lake. Also the couth half 1S-6-15, west 4th, near Conrad station on the new Weyburn- Lethbridge line. If you are interested in the purchase of a farm you should see these two pieces. For particulars call on or write P..'Hige; general man- ager, Citizen's 'L'umher. Llrl., Letnbriilge. Alta. 251-6 LAND "FOR. farms and unimproved tracts, ?10 and an acre. Improved and irri- gated farms from J45.' Mbnoy'.to'loan on improved farms-at N. B. Peat Co., Room 10, Macdonald Block, Phone 570. WE-ARE ING IN AUTO TIRES AND NON.-SKID CHAINS. BAALIM MOTOR CO. 250-0 BOY We have a, pdiltlon open for "a youiii Ijdf ycjri. An excellent opportunity to learn the dry goocJl builneii. Permanent position and good salary to the right boy. Apply to RVLAND8 CO. strongest English companies operating In Canada.. 30 per cent, commission. 54.3 Box 52 Herald. TO RENT FOH: room, fully mod- em house with gas, on car line. 835 6th St. S. 252-2 TO room bjmgslow, with furnace, light and water, 2 'minutes from car line, on 15th St. S- Apply 806 15th 3t. S.__________________ 356-6 TO bed room in private family, one block from Central School. Apply 1003 7th Ave. S., phone 1S16. 248-G FOK or three bright, com fortable rooms In a modern house on car line. Can arrange for light house- keeping. 1503 6th Ave. S. 251-6 FOR space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable- Saunders Hay Grain Co., 1221 2nd Ave- S.. phone 732. _______229-0 DON'T PAY modern eight room 'residence. Third Avenue south on car line. Sacrifice at less than coet. Easy terms. Also have modern cottafe, 12th St. 11.500, easy terms Apply W. M. 3rd Ave. S. Phone. 363-6 nicely, (umlihad rooms In a modern house. Two blocks from main street. 423 6th Street S. _________________ 253-8 TO No. 1710 and 1712 6th Avc. N. at 15 and per month Apply A. M. 6th Ave. A. N., or phone 1122. 253-6 TO roomed collage, fur- niahed, for winter months. Apply even- ings to 112 16th St. N._________254 6 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lethbrldfe by Herald Jeb Department Phone 1JI2. THE WANT AD. PAGE QOE3 TO PHESa EARLT. ADS. FOB THIS PAGE MUST KBACH THE HBItAlJ) OFFICE BY ONE O'CLOCW TO IN SUHB INSERTION ON THB 3 A JIB DAY FOR XJR SALE cheap, E. M. F. roadsTer, n good running order. Inquire at El- Ison Milling and Elevator Co.. Coal- -OR cows and sprlllg- ira; also stock cattle ot all kinds. Ap- ily O. F. Hamlll, Alexandra Hotel. 251-6 car run-about, In irat class condition. Phone 1115. 255-0 'OR PIXT11RE 'Ictor safe, now; delivery wagon; -UBgy; set of Onken units: 2 wood ounterfl; 2 spool cabinets; 1 notion ounter; 1 small glass show case; bronze shoe stand, for window die- ilay; 4 display rackn, for showing ei- onslon tables on. Large blinds tor tore windows, etc. Apply at tho Cash Store, 416 13tll St. North, plioiie 1023. 263-6 "OR acres, 12 miles east oi Warner, per acre, cash, lalancc up lo 15 yeara. Money to oan on Improved farms, 8 per cent nterest. prompt service. N. D. Peat A Co., 10 Macdonald Block. MI9CELLANEODS WANTS rent. A. tuliet home, no children. Apply to Box 16. Herald. 252-6 2 four-horse teams to haul grain for H. E. Call '649 9th, gt, -South or Phone 422, Lethbridge. 2 to 4 n.p. Tertlcal steam engine, must be In good coa- lition- Apply Frache Bros. Phone 1003. Will pay 5 cents for second hncd Backs at 505 mil St. S. Large quantity needed. Phone 602. person having fat stock to dispose of call up George De- !any, Sr., R. 812 or write Box C30. Dest prices given.___________________252-6 WANTED TO or semi-furnished house, 5 or C rooms, (i montis or longer. Modern. Careful enant Give particulars. Box ,51, Herald. 252-0 one having heaters or furniture to dispose of to 711 12th St- A. N. Phone 1165. mail, suitable evening work of any kind for young man. School teacher In country, who has Lime .to spare -In evenings. Apply Box Herald. Shirt Boards. The hoys can make a little money by collecting our printed ahirt boards.-They must be clean and In good order. 5c for every fifteen hoards at our office. Letli- bridge Laundry Co.. Ltd. 253-0 TO cheap quarter section in South Alberta. What have you to offer? Boi 531, Lethbridge 253-0 alie power hay baler for small engine. Must be good and fairly new. Lowest price and full particulars. Box Wardner, B. C.. 251-6 THURSPAY, OCTOBER 12. 1010 PROFESSIONAL CARDS threshing aud hauling of. grain, ten tcama, four grain tanks and four bundle wagons. .Apply Fel- ger Farming Co.. P. O. Box 940, Letli- brldge, or Phone R-411. TO by Novofflb 1st, a furnished (Ivo-roomed cottage. Gas heated with garage at bnck preferred. Centrally located. Apply B, Her- MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmei sridunto of tho Orth' opaodlo Iimtltlito, Modlcal MassaRd nnd Gymimstlcs IS'oC' trlcnl Vlbmlory Thenipaullc Llsht Treatments, EloctrolyalB nnd Treatments given by upuolntment only. Room 1. Hull IJlk. MEDICAL CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smltll Juno 13. you oro sick nud wnnt to regain tenllti, take apinnl idJuatDionls and get well. Consul- tation free. Offico. In residence, 903 7th Avo. fl., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 3.30 to G; 7 to S. Phono 1677. I45'26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Vun llanrlom's 1'rlvato llosiiifal nnd Ma- ternity Homo. 1224 7th Aveuua South. Phone 7-1C. (The Home Herbal Treatment for Nervousiieas, etc.) All commun- ications to Mrs. O. Thomas, I'l9 10th St. South. 513-2G DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat ora, Puperhangers and Painters; Knlionilntag, General Docoratlnc and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldemt eetlbllfhed Pnluiers In LeUlbrldto. Bea. Phone 1472; office phone 17C2, BheTlock Bills, Lnth- bndee. Alto. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth Etl-oet S., Lelhbridge. Honrs: Bay School, 5-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m.. Office open till 5 p.m.-. Night School, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses In bcok- kooplne, Htenoffrnphy, and practical English. Business phono 1316. Res- idence phone 1631. 228-0 FURRIER fur work, remodelling cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott. HlBlnbotham Block, neit city oulceB. WELDIN5 OXY-ACETYLEfJE WELDING The modern mothod of uniting metali by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld it Tho piece wUl be itronjMl where It a welded. W. N. Kuth. 321 6th -Street South, next to Herald. 10-0 and Fcrglngs welded nud reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Aco'ylnnB Gas Weld- Ins .shop. 1266 2nd Are. South, near Ellison Mills. H BoBsert, Boi 369. 19H SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 Ior your shoe repalre. Wolk dona oromptly Ordora called for acd delivered. Frank Miles. 611 4th Avenue South. PIANO TUNING G H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Or'tin Repairer; taclory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T..ASSD., Lgndon Eneland. Roferencs to; the leidint musicians of the city. Phono 1168, 1253 6th Ave. South. .___ DYEING THE ui Frencl Dry Cleaning; Buarnnteed to turn out every piece of (Work at jts-beat Only the methodi applied wltiout injury to garmeuta Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver, "fhone 1813 3H Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS a. barrels straightened, (tuns restock od, gun work done by a gunsmith ko'ys made, locks repaired, bicycles any llgh machinery lawnv mowers Indian "ga'nt. 'Phone 401 ...V fy AN TE D, JO PURCHASE W ANTED Have you ifnything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: copper, braes, lead, old rubbers ahoe'8: auto llres, horsethalr. Call a M. Bloscovlcb, 2nd Hand Store, 711 Srd c. 9., or phone CHPJ8TMA8 CAK SAMPLE prepaid. Men and women making one to two dollars an hour. Tena of thousands ordered for.! friends at home and Canada's sons at the front. Bradley-Oarretson, Brantford, Ontario. J. FARMERS ATTENTION Why not buy yourself a home in LsthbrMge the solid In Southern Alberta? I have a .number of. strictly modern bungalows In first-class re- nalr always rented ana all conveni- ently located In the best central resi- dential district that I will sell cheap, selections can be made so that purchas- er could reside In one and rent to good advantage one or two otheirs on the same property according lo those se- lected, an Investment like, thin-la posi- tively permanent besides giving your family an opportunity of having ft home ID the city nnd your children a chance to attend high school. Abso. lutely clear title given lo all my prop- erties and no inflated values. If you arc Interested correspond or call on the owner, Krcd W. Downer, Victoria IADVERTISING 26c .an Inser- tion for twenty rive wonia ui leas. Six Inser- tloni. the price of four ADVANCE. Albcirla. K DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH Phjelclaa Surgeon, Acooucher. Hours Office 914 Third Avenut, Phone DR8. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMII- 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; 619. Office hours: 11 to U a. 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. H. B. C. THOMSON. B.A.. fllclau, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1S24 4th Avenue North. 1 to. 4; 7 lo 8. Ptone 476. DENTAL DR. M. J. of lloynl College of Dental Surgeon! Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion DgntAl Certificate. Office: Room! t and 6, Bryan Blook. Phone 1071- L. T. (suocestol lo Courtlce a uate Unlvorilty of Maryland. E and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 1165. Lelhbrtdse. Alia. DRS. MARR8 and SvcccBsors to Dra. Stewart and Mr Clure. Houra: 9 to 5. Office, Hlf- Inbothom Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surioooi.' (Eug. Licentiate Royal College oi Physlclani L.D.S. ItOD. Hours: Office: HlKlnbotham Block. Phone Hit. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetttrly Leading Punerml Director and Embalmer. Office oppo- lite Court House. Phone 661. He- eldcace 284 7th Ave. B.. Phone Open day and ulehL Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC LEO M. of the Art of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated teacher of tho New York School of Music and Arts, New York, and Selgel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago. Alao preparation for Can- adian examinations. Free voice trlaL Studio Room 1, Lethbridge Conserv- atory of Mufllc. Phone 755. Retl- dence. phone 1242. 22H-0 MIES AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playlrur, and Theory! Bupervlilon of U C. C. Salmon, of puplli entered lor the .examination, of the Royal Academy and Royal Colltgo of Mu- ilo. London. Eng. year 100 per cent. Tare Studio 823 Sth street aoutb. ______ MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. ten yean' teaching eipnlenoa. Studio fully equipped with black- board, key'aoard, acale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio OK 6th Ave. A. Sooth. SINGING MRS. H. H. ot Singing. For particulars apply to 1366 6th Ave. A. 8. 346-0 W. L. WIL8ON. Provintlal ind City Licensed Auctioneer, rarman In- tending selling their farm etock ud It will be ti> yeur la- tereat to conault ma aa ate. or phone 1026. 1421 6th Ave. North. Lathbrldgii. PRANK and valuator. Sales ot aUklnds con- ducted In town 'or results In Lethbridge 1107, Offlee 414 Avenue S. DRESSMAKING MISS 1 HacDonald Block. FARM PRODUCE Highest Canh Prices paid for -Hay. Grain and Potatoes In car, lota'- or less. See us before buying or sell- ing. Established ten years. We are In touch with the baat markets. P O. .Hyde 4 Co., Jhqne 1244. 22B-0 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY. 104 SHERLOCK BLOO, W. J. LLOYD (MiniiifVra) '.Reildeno B05. Accountant's residence 1763. Inspectors at Lathbrldee, Coaldale, Raymond and Magralh. All hay paid for In full when loaded: No cdme- baeks'. Eventually' you will Uak yourself for not eelllng, your bay to us. Why not now? HENDERSON. REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Acadla BuMdlno, 3rd Ave. 4 L.thbrldge. Winnipeg and .Medicine Hit. Everything In Accountancy, Ail- rtltJl, Investigations, Books kept, V written-un (or Flriw and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing in< Retail Accounting. iteBiuenc r-mriner, BOBT. j. RITCHIE PATER10K. Chartered Accountant (Boot.) W.L. McKenzie Co PHONE M? 711 tr4 ;