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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO Till- LKTHBHIDGK DAILY HKHAL3 SAITHDAY. OCTOBER \2, MM 8 NOW IS THE TIME TO RENT YOUR SPARE BED-ROOMS Classified Ads. for This Page Mast be in Office by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Same Oay.~25c an Insertion for 25 Wordsor Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. !FARMERS AND STOCKMEN)FOR SALE- (Miscellaneous) | I Get Your Hay NOW! WE r.\X Oi-Ti-li ay. bale.I. '. o 1 pi.' can he frf'plit ap;,'-..a l'ri. e on ",:>?'. I you ex/ollon! upland r-'.uppiu.c point. Sa rail .;; niir t>l*";ce. form* nuppK-'d. h-aut Mention Th# ::o S,''.;.!io ',".. SITUATIONS VACANT \x aiti'osses IV I- OK Ltd. enamelled i-'.vM'* W A.N'TKl > l.othhrtdge WA.NTKH for upstair \NTF.D thhridgo � Two Hotel \t once, work D.i Apply U.">7-0 REPLIES \x ipablo woman �! Hotel. 257-0 Minderx p.rl>. Apply the I HARRIS & a ROSSITER, Phono Ap: Mp'.y i:i> mini Herald .1. tin-; i' More. Department. l'5'.-O rself use- : r.tu st. Have bnon re following box are watting to 2. �!. 11. I,"., It: 46. -.'0. '.'i. eived Tor .'no : numbers and > bo railed for. �> it, nr., lit-., r.o, >> ---- an n-:i> \ strong �iff Ap;>:. li C.i. FOR SALE-(Agricultural) A NT Hl-ew | for ' y"..r!'.' F.>rm. Phot A nooii i;i Appi> r.. *. or 12 19 1 A p.' th,-. e. r A Park. fill Av Ar Mid i'.ox D - rl t\'fn., for bom file "Pttler*. Wn would be p!cn�ed to have yo'.i !nu! A ho.;--itti.T "ii farm :i 'lilt \\ riti-an -1; 'im. Alta ANTKD Kxpi-ri n for s-i tn'ral li 1 'pply War,.- iablo boy of n:> or wo-No other at. Apiily :;: St. S. J-ISO .ui supply farm-help. A numbar !io yroitmi wait-or phono, tho Aponcy. 110 6th 15. LKT1 III RIDGE 11HANCH"'- TICIUD Floor Post Offhv Bulldlns. Phono 701. OfTk'o honrn tliirliiR July nnd AiiRust: 10 a.m. and I p.m.; Saturday lt> a.m. to 1 ;> m. 1GS-0 tn.i n no 1'-" 950 t IMHlUt wa-ihlnc. n| w.-.p.'S \pply ini-South BICYCLES CllKVKTTa\If AND IND1AN' ~fffCV" cloa for snlo. All makus of bicycles ropaircd. A largo Bind; of accnasor-it's on hand. P. K. M. Ilonald, Gun pmitli and Locksmith. 0th Street S., oppo^ito Herald Office. 62-0 NEMISCAM ti. S. WAKKKN, tnsur:m;-o-Flrr. a'l'l loral Farmers and Stockmen FOR SAI.K- :-i '..... Mii. � '. �t no- -�cklv tb" Apo:- -alio aid. \V. K I'i; Wi .\ N'TKl i m v..iir i-ii'.i: .-'iiil'i:-. itii.ii , ;k� S-i^'* a." ir'ii'. sell i'-aiiiiiR up >�" � ruiy. (i.-od.^ :i on tun �. .i;--.li.iia!ii):i Pr. I'KPFU" AND T"|': a-: ! tr-' MISCELLANEOUS WANTS �T* -n 1'. WaN'1 ! si-t-Uritv, �.);-.] !::'.- - .!�!> to .V 1M Th� K*ri>l�i 1 t- ix.:- id ('hi- | l;llulii-r v: .? j I!- Ht!:'I and $'6: Green Cured Oat Feed, $'-1; ;! Crten Wneat Feed, %\2 and STr, W.\NTKI> \ :� . !!�- !' m��4-i.-. in drat let-t,-r t'. P.O. Hot V* ':�� \VANTKl>-l';.ii;(i ffi." .a,!i. Mu,i (>' ;ii>- kv Herald.____ -H 'l ' \V A NT ii\ >-2* Hi" rile - pu w ."� r HAY BAILER; ;i!m> .-tu'ini' HAY BAILER, a'. S'oujh and Upland M.xciK . !.; r-e.l; : '. '. >> .�.->' :.. l.'o not wi�:' Pro!.- winter ! ii.-:: (or rh. rr-a�on !l� pr. ihl�. Li- ar- "1 'i onc� In Ion P..:>�!  HauU Cti. Mi KlDin.n .-. i'no-.i' li-'l LOST AND FOUND (Wl.�n nro'ylr.s �l*nt!nii Tl  JJurmMi I.KTHlilSilHiK Al'TO WUKv K-1N(J CO. ALLOWS YOl' COOl): I'KK'Ks roi: yoiu old c.\s-i 1NCS. TUSKS AM) CARS. 1SK, THUILTY AND SUM'OKT THLj SL( ONI) WCTOUY LOAN. j \\ AlH)iN(iI ON/"TilT: All - i TIONLKU. IJt * II I SKLLS AND HIYn i THNi'IT li'], TIP TOl': IMtl'-S KITIIKIt WAY. COX-'i SILT 1UM !5KFO!{K YOl'j SKLL. IMlONt: 77(1. Al i'KIJ ii| I'. M. W.y. S1'A( 10LS SALLS; UOOMS AND STOUAfiF.. S. O ' . K. lUTLlllNC. 10 III ST. S. SITUATIONS WANTED vfen-ict,' v C :; vp. i. Ht i h 1 r a w.'i �ii� with our fust 1 i'i..-.- On- >ale--- j !.- sirst month. " in I wo hours, i ' I'.a.ly. No tap- j - J'l.pjied to re- : '!' -rriiory poinK ii s...'tire your: its Co.. Fo-i-! Ad r \i'CHl'XtANT ; i A decree, ill- ' f,.r !"i y�..-ir.� � i'okV:i-cpor'lr;- of ; n Canada were' !; our course In h'.inilred.i have fir !'.-il.irl�14 Third Ave HOUKS: Dr. (Jalltrnltli . Mon., Wad , Fri........ Sundays 7-8 p.m. and niont. Dr. Lynn ......-..... AND LYNN , S., Lcthhrldge. ... 1-3 p.m. ... 7-8 p.m. by uppolnlr .11-12 a.m. ... :i-5 p.m. ____7-S p.m. by appoint- Tiiph., Tlinrs., Sat..... Suiulay.'i 2-!! p.m. and llient. Offico lelophoue 1253; Dr. Lynn Hos. phone 599. DHS DeVFKKK, C'AMPHFLL, HOY, , CHAlli; & IlllYA.NS. Offico Hoyal Hank UullilinB. Orflco hours 1:30-:> ii.m.; 7:.',o-S:.'!0 p.m. Phono 605. DHS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Offico, 10D Sherlock Plock. Tolft-phones: Offico 319; Ilesldonco ot Dr. Connor. (119; rcgldonco of Dr, Lcoch. 1007. Offico hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; l.r.O to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DhTTAYLOR- EAR. "rfYK." NOSE-& Throat: 115 Shor.ock Bldg. Offlc� hours 10 - 12; 2-Ii; evenings by appointment. Phonos: offico '.'.41; residence KM. UK. P. \V. 'PULLER-PHYSICIAN nnd surgeon. Office. Sheppard Block opposite Starland Thoiitro, rooms . Tolephonn day and niplit ll'-li'. 2!ifi- 0 MUSIC 242 7 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILV/AY COMPANY WANTED-CLERKS, CASHIER, ACCOUNTANT, CHECKERS & TRUCKERS, AT ONCE. BEST WAGES PAID FOP. POSITIONS. POSITIONS PERMANENT. SALARIES RANGE FROM $75.00 TO V.:00.. PER '."JNTH. POSITIONS for BOTH WEN AND WOMEN. APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OPFICE OR LOCAL FREICHT CANADIAN PACIFIC >y. 2-30-0 __DRESSMAKING MRS. C. ROOSA First Class Sowinjr Room s, Shepanl It'ock. GUNSMITHS OUNSMli'llS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels utrali;htened, guus restock cd, Run nork done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any llRht \ machinery repalri-d, lawa mowers; sharpened. D. E. Mncdonald, Indian j Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. fith Street, opposlto Herald Office. ) VULCANIZING I UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING AND CHIROPRACTOf S SMlTir& SMITH - HYRUM _SMITH and Juno II. Smith.-If you are sick j nnd want to regain health, take spinal adjur-tmetits nnd net well. Office In residence. 903 7th Avo. S. opposite Model Bakery, hour;'- 9.30 to 5. 7 to 0. Phono K,77. MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L." A. ?., Contralto. Teacher of Singing. J2C5 Sixth Avo. A, South. 223-26 MISS AILEE.N' M. JONES-Plnnoforto Playlnp and Theory; ono hundro.l per cent, of pupils entered for the oinmlnatlons of tho Roynl Academy and Royal Co11o.ro of Music, London. Em,'., last year were successful Studio. 623 !tth Street South. MRS. \V. II. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony nnd Theory. Over ten years' tenchliiR experience. Studio fully to.ulppi.id with blackboard, keybourd, scalo ladder, mod-U'.ntlnr; board, etc. Studio 1225 Gtb. Ave. A. South. crr;c RAIL* r., TO RENT i API'' ' .W-' r.ll y->: /ii) .;!-: ! hou-- li.XT and I A Da:: Fi'l WANTED-PartnnV In have U'mi ycj;in>? first rl.isii ."all- Ii, le.it !i after it. 1 w.;v a : ar lias; a ii'K'v h - lh>K (iST--tr.-ot A It:: n ii r-du .-s in ui.-a.tn.iifetiK-nr ami ex;-/- 251-0 F.ti I.t. 1 'id 1. r us "61 j..k Co. \ 1 p. * and IV !� t f urn Ax �-.nit- A .' etWe.-n~ov:l t I'.V, a turn to li. 15 -x ar.l. -1 Il-ra wa: .ST P.. pm ii Nor: AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALl v.;--:.!;.!.. S'Cl-baker roadster, 1UIt uiuiiel. Phone 11^3 aft.-r g p in. 23 FOR SALK~\ (t\.x\t ui 'f�'>�'!". Chevrolet touring. iio'Jil running condition. Lfct(ibridge Auto ^Y|eekiIlK Co., 412 4th Ave. S. 25'5-U FOlt SALK 'Have s-pu^engfeT Oiay lKiil nnd .Mitiw chiih tn trail- for improved lai;d. Wliat offer-.'' Apply �o\ , 4"., Herald __ 237-"'. l-'Oit'SAL'E-Two" 19lS~Koniriii' perfect coiuiUioii; $300 each; one. winter top for four cylinder McLaughlin, a hnap, $10.i. Motor Sales Ltd.. 4th Avenue South. 252 -0 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT LUST A 1- !t:t hi:', v.^  tu? ii.Iorm.it: rrturn l i U. .* LOTvi'""~Ii-('uril.-ton. on tWt.-etl Le'hb! in�ire�i and L> i 1:::.' .-Mahon, ' A I : t^ntlrn Th� H�f�M> ! .ivi -ekeepmp rooms. |  S. 25'i-2 .- to rent corner 4lh| South. Apply Ter- j 2:13-0 j -ntiled fully modern , l-l;turn. Apply l'-5'j j � I Mill. 2U-i>! hel rooms for Imhi j � ply ;:k: tit li Ave a. i I'.'.ii : .nit^ln-il lu'dronfn �. J ; -r. !'.-, c!o.-e in. | :'(.nth. 25!-.;: t urn I.-.lied mom. all .' es, IliO of plir.lli-, .15 7t!i Axe. Smith ' d riiorii.K n j.i,.-.m.. (|( ' South. �d Let.';\l Imilipe n'.Ke and Couli. �liiiiridp.-, im.. If-.e an 1 in ! li... U (lli'l or 1 i if 1 Notice is luuvhy given under sec-lion 210 of tin- Rural Municipality met that 1 large neer and I dry cow', .steer is red am! white; cow ii light color. Coxv i; hraniled on rigiit hip and on 1-tT hip. ftcer is h'andad mi leil ribs, and has large horns. jiSIC Were impounded in the pounu r.cjii by tho undersigned on the S. W. 'i Sec. IS, Tp. 10, Rise. 14, W. M. 4 on 2Sth day of August, 1918. Dated at Purple Springs this 2Sth dav of August, 1018. Ad P ROBT. IRVING. per. Fitide.'- p:-u-ri- letani in 1i'h Ave S . and ri'-i'.- reward '..*.", '.: .-.*g':t hip Y. Wm .'I...�! Pou:.dkeej,-r. '� $.3 ev REWAetD-For itip.rmiMou leading to reiiivery of Fold i ir. l'!7. 1 mod-! engine number t'asr* '-, 1;. iiuu.li. r. Ailieiia t�'.!l::. lav b,i . nd i wiu-fii. puravou tread on iron', 'n-, tor Head on rear. Carui.uigay Moior : ('Inn badge on radii-.tor. Tan -eat cover.-;. P. O. Box 2V, Caniiangav WANTED TO KENT IVh^n WAN" wa: � plx tnif i> T'l D !!'� A!. in-: for '!,� eh,.-. Apply i W'A.NJ ! 1 A ::nil'  lor .Id. Iltrnlrt. - .:.}��� :i:.'. till Av- 'I �r. itl :.N 1 ? ''.:..'� spjcf: for IUI Is of gn-il-i Rates rcasonabin Il.jy and Cruln Co., 1221 2nd So'l'.. Phono 732. ! \ iin'deril hoilsa, freshly i. in 5i�. block, 12th St a A pp.'- D S. Williamson, 322 !..H'll 2.. Vl -\:;:. l i,l April 1. lPF', six AI .'li--, plenty wpring warn tin- I. ! CP'ridge ranch, south :. in/ c.,-ii, - Apply O. F. Malm- .-'.'in.1, ii." A .eluie to iti:r l.l.'ii.rat-; North, j :i'h .-'-'. : 'for 1.1 rC: ' Hill - . nii-'iig. !il-ll dn I Mil - her; rxpriii;' i - a! 252 G 1 :! I.it--.. )! ..Ii 'i fariii MR - p;e>:-n: to til" *' the ben you the 4th Ave are >ou satisfied xvith your h.j.in ipiarters? If not, go up Y" todnv and soo for yourself eli's and privileges awaiting e. Th, are! Pit! rute� t.. aro low. "or. S. Phono E4T Foil!' Ti) it .Mr. itl-:.*- off 11 .1) HI TRY A HERALD WANT AD 11' :lr- :i, 1- .:-. r- A:. i laud, ir a I- m! Ave. :-.' , ifal.-l in-. ; Hi.' ply 1!) In Two good adjoln-leit xvutor heating, H lllock. Will bo t November. Ap-Co. 251-tS  *. : > von TRADE- EXCHANGE i lii' n FOR TRADE-- Three milch cows and four eaive.;; want team of work horses. C. M. Doyle, ono mile i-a.-.t of Wilaon; phono 5|i5H. 252 X'. Douiiulon Express are on sale in five throughout Canada- Money thousand Order, office. room t'.e '', he i-:-. lil.x .'� WAN about wat -r 1 and iild to- ski) half . eitl al : led e.eij 1 would li .,!� diir., ml. to ' RiO.n't I a'c'.ion of land, ir wj^h o"- wit V.'i.i lain; iii'ni 1. i: -day child t, . A,,;- ;. up goodH by mall Heud . la ess Money Order. implein'. ni'> li .a in inii^t nun jx 47 w.th haxe slock Per- IRY11 HERALD WANT AD II WILL BIG RESULTS retreading our specialty. Express raid ono way cn out of town custom. Prompt aorvlc*. Phono 790. !0S 13th St. south. City Vulcanising Shop. It. D. Ritchie. Mui/ger. \YK UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY"-thing In tho rubber line. Any alza tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. Wo aim to p'.eaao. Charges on out of town work paid ono way. Oon't throw away that old tiro bo-fore you see us. It may bo worth fixing. Freo air on tho curb. Leth-brldgo Vulcanizing Works. E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Rank, rhone 1664. 1480 UNDERTAKING T. S. KETTEItl.Vr LEADING FUNER-nl director and licensed ombalmer, motor or horse drlren hearts. Parlors oppoatto Court House .Offico phono 661, resldenco phono 1176. Open day and night. MACK AY * "MACK AY-Funeral DP lectors and Practical Embalmnra; office and resldenco 803 3rd Avo. S Phono 1S02. Motor and horse draxxn equipment. Always open. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING -PHONE 1717 for your shoo repairs Work done promptly. Orders culled for and do Uvered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avo South. ~ DECORATING WT.V.LINOTON llUOS.-THE DKC-orators. Paporhangors and Painters, ! KulHomliilng. General Decorating | and Sign Writing. Estimates given Tho oldest fiHtubllshed painters In | Lethbrldge. Res, phone 1472; offico ! phono 17B2. Sherlock Hide., Leth-i bridge, Alberta. A. MEADS- l'AINTINOr l)E(!OHAT-Ing and PaperhanglnB. Phono 690. Oil 8th Ave. 8. 117-0 W. EMERY-PAINTING, DKC'OUAT In*, Paporhnnglng, KalsomlnlnB, etc Hest inaterlalB only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street 8. Phone 338. V,. T. DRINKALL & SONS. -� Pa In ting and decorating. Tho homo decora-tors. We pa!nt anything. Offico and simp 321 Cth St. S._ 203 0 FOll DKCOUATING. PAINTING AND PAPKIUIANGING SKK S. WIIITAKICR. G12 7lh ST. S. IMIONK 1820. KSTI- MATKS G1VKN. HliST MA-TKIWALS LSI�:i). SPIRELLA COR8ETIERE ALL LADIES OF LETH1IRI Dt 1K and vicinity, north of Cth Avenu� Houth, call upon me to bo itiousurod for a Hplrella corset, brassleras, blnuHii extenders, ehlldron'ti walstti, etc. Corset� from J3.no up. Mrs. F. A. Parker, Ha>*> 7th Aveuuo North. Pbonu 13ifc ma VIAVI VTa\'I""a~MOM E ItK.MEDY for wom- | en'ii (llsensos and nervous disorders i Successful for 23 years. Literature j on request, Mrs, () Thomas. 919 10th St. S. Phone 5S4. 119-0 CISTERNS MR F \ItMKit-The Letlibrldp- Uu'lld-ing Co. ran build you one of brhk or cement at a reasonable price. I.ethbridge liuil.l'.iis Co . 424 full St. South; Phone ;p.4. :49~i'. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS EXPLAIN, without uiilig.ilitig m-, hoxv 1 can (|iiiilify for tin- position, or in the subject, before xxhieh 1 mark X. Electrical engineer Mechanical engineer Steam engineer Civil engineer Automobiles Show card xvriter Mine formun or eng. Draftsman Architect Illustrator llookkeepcr Stenographer Salesman Advertising Name ......... Street and No. Ilox 4S Herald, l.nthbridg. Business Cards (Continued) WELDING OXYACETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kutli, corner 1st Avonuo und lOtb Street. CLEANING AND DYEING rilK " VALE 1'" - SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Oniy the highest clasB work turned out. No dyulug. linmodlato attention is given to country orders. 324 Cth Street South. Phono 1812. LOO SAM CLEANING, PRESSING ' Repairing and alteration!) well dono at reasonable, prlcei. Wo call for and dellviil goods 410 Cth Street South. _ Phono 634 . ^ 201-30 LEE WlNO -THE TAILOR. CLEAN-Ing, prosslng and rnpulring. High clusa work at lowoHt prlccH. Dellvory freo. 809 3rd Ave. south. Phono 1019. 280-24 j JOSEPH MANNER, pupil or the Virgil Piano School, London. England, gives lessons In piano playing, organ I playing, a.nging, "Italian Method." �| and theory. Careful attention given to fundamental principles, and training little children. Joseph llanner Is In his eighth year in connection with public school music In Southern Alherta. Ill residence in Lethbridgo aft-^r the 20th. In tho meantime phone 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 26. Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian stool guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher in all departments. Modern methods. Many froe advantages. Phono "(in. THIRTEENTH SEASON. II. McG. YOUNG, teacher of voic�, piano and theory, pupils recital* held at Xmas, Faster nnd June. Toronto Conservaiory exams held lit June. During ihe pstt two yeare all pupils trying the.RO sxams wore successful. Tuition fees: Twenty, txvon-ty-flve or thirty dollars for twenty lessons, aci ordlng to grade ot pupil and department of instruction. Pre-249-0 | .,,,( fimj f,rmor pupils usual feos. Technique clavier for practice at t!n> studio. Ill A Mb. St. south, flrnt door south of Orpho'/tu Theatre. CLAIRE S. DOHLE-Toachor of pN ano playing and thoory, tlftoeu years' experience in preparing candidates, most successfully, for Toronto Conservatory examinations. Also teacher of tho Fletcher Music Method, Simplex nnd Kindergarten. The Fletcher music method has been endorsed by leading musicians in Germany, F/ancu, England and America. Studios at tho V.M.C.A. House phono No. 1072. 243-20 EYES TESTED J.M HIHDERXON-SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases