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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILf HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17,19'/^ SOUTHERN ALBERTA^S MARKET PLACE FOR "WANTS" Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a^m., to Appear Same Day.~25c an insertion for 25 Words or Leia-^afimei for iritiof Foar, MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRl-GATION COMPANY, LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and The 7and9 are In the ai�trtci between Retlnw and Medicine Rat, and north and adjacent to the Old .Man and South Saskatchewan rireri. These landi are to be plafr M on the market at a reaioii-able valuation. The Company is Jookini; to* bona fide settlera. We would be pleaeed to have you inspect our lands. Prospqctlve porchasera should make all inquiries diree: through the company's'office at Medicine Hat Wo have no outside ajrencles and pa7 no commissions. LAND OEPi^RTMENT CANADA LAND &IRRI. GATION COMPANY. LTD. Box 677 Phone 242* MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Get Your Hay NOW! WE CAN" OFFER you excellent upland hay, baled, f.o.b. shipping point. Sam-, plo can bo seen at our office. Froa freight application forms supplied. Price on application. HARRIS & ROSSITER, 120 5th Street S. Phone 1412. 237-0 FOR SALE-(Agricultural) 'TThsn Replyin* MtinUon Th� Hrrnld FOR SALE-A few cars ot clioice alfalfa, also several nice irrigated farms. Write P.O. Box 902. Lethbridge. 255-G Appreciates "Want Ad" The Lethbridge Herald. �.. Sirs.- In appreciation of the advertising value of the "Herald", I beg to advise you that within 3 hours after the publication of my classified ad. for the Colonial Theatre, I had received over forty replies. Yours truly, , Len S. Brown. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A girl to clean house at Southard Block. 200-6 WANTED - fwo waitresses. Apply i.ethl)ridge Hotel. - -57-0 WANTED-A strong, reliable boy of fifteen or more. Apply tile l^od Cross Drug & Book Co. ' 257-0 FOR S,'VLE-18 Silvor-laced Wyandotte pullets. Have too large a stock. Apply S06 l?th St. S.. City. 2oS-S FOR SALE-From 500 1000 tons of choice wheat straw in stack. Address C._A^Fields. Hersclieb Sask^__2oS-B TOR~S"ALE-.\^~Hd!ste!n"maie "calf, full blood, but not registered. Will trade for good milk cow. Apply K. A. Spence. Coaldale. 25S-6 FOR~SALE-.Vbout 100 tons of No. 1 mixed hay in the stack, .\ppbv P. Le-vine. 623 6th Street South, Lethbridge. 256-6 FOR SALE-(MisceDaneous) (When Replj-lnc Mention Th� Hern'^' WAN'TEIV-^ won>aii lo .oleaji ahd. wash, steady employment. Apply 1310' 5th Avenue South. 260-3x �WANTED-Oirl lor office, must have some e.xperionce, and be smart at flgjj ures. Apply in own handwritiug. ApJ ply Box 7, Herald. 258-0 * _ii- , - 4 Have been rscelve * 2, 11, 15, 16, 22, 26, 36, 39, 43, ? * do, 61. ^ WANTED - Waitress for th3 Mine View Hotel, COalhurst, .-Vlberta. Good wages. Apply Fred Grlep, Coalhurst. Alta. 25S-6 HAY! HAY! LET ME BUY your hay and save speculators' profits. Chas. England, 330 3rd Ave. N. E.. Calgary. Alta. ^3-8 FOR SALE-For cash or trade^for good car, one eight-sixteen tractor and plows, almost new. Apply Box 16.", Travers, Alta. _25J-6 FOR S"ALE^We!!"'i?aded Ayrshire cow-, good milker, also mare and colt. J. Thompson, corner 8th Ave. f.nd 19th St. North.____259-2 FOR SALE-4 light horses. 2 mares and 2 geldings, value S300.00. to exchange for young hogs. R. Alexander, -Xoblei'ord. Alta. 259-6 WANTED-Experienced housekeeper wishes position, widower with children on farm preferred, .\pply Herald Box No. 51. 260-6 FOR SALE-Player pinno. SS note, rich mahogany case, good tone and up ;/ir_ _ P:.'.-' to date in all details. Price J550.0U. j W.-VNTED-A housc.ceoper for the Easy payments.Mason iSr Riscli. Ltd., , winter on farm 2\ii miles from town of Balmoral Block. Letlibrldge. 2P0-1 Claresholm. Write Claresholm. Alta. D. C. Emery. 256-6 FOR S.\LE-Burroufnis adding machine, practically new. Apply Leth- | WANTED-Girl, must bo competent bridge Auto Wrecking Co. 253-0 ' in general housework on farm, small FOR SALE-1 set of 5 wire auto wheels with hubs, complete, and tire carrier. Apply 1505 4th Ave. South. 256-6 family, good wages. Claresholm, Alta. Apply Box 20^, 259-6 FLORISTS.  FRACHE 3R0S, For Floral Deilgns Rosea, Carnations, Chryianthemum* and other seatonabre flow- Free delivery to any part of the city. 22B-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND FOR S.\LE-Young coyote hound puns from my famous Whiskey Gap bunch, the kind that kill. Price right. A. A.' Roney, j-'areham, .A.lta. 255-6 -A. SN.\P-Furnished rooming house, store and contents for sale, ' clieap. I WANTED-Young lady for cashier, must write good hand and have high school education. Apply personally to Clarke & Go. -'59-0 WANTED AT ONCE-First class coat maker. ' or a.II-round man. Highest wages, steady job year round. Apply Bo.\ 260. High River. 260-6 LKTHBRIDQE BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post, Office Building. Phone 701. Office hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 16S-0 Have to leave city this week. Apolv \ WANTED-Experienced girl or wo-S15 3rd Ave. S. 25S-6 ! Tan for general housework. No other c ., ^ , , � need apply. Wages $25 or J30. Apply FOR SALE-Coal range, nearly new, immediately to 51!i 7th St, S. 259-0 with high warming closet and hot wa- i--- ter reservoir. Can be seen at 112 IGth i WANTED--Married Street .North. � 257-6 I year. Must be farm hand by experienced general -f j farm man and milker, separate house. P'" I P U nnriiol Dhnno R1 1 .T C.itV 258-0 FOR S.iLE^Beautiful mahogany pi-1 , , rmnioi Phnnp R115 Citv ano. by'Sherlock-Manoiing. Full seven !Daniel, Phone_RllD, Uty. ___'.^ and one-third octave, slightly used, i WANTED-Young lady as bookkeep- FOR SALE-A team of young Ciydes- Casii or terms. Asslniboia Music Co.. one with knowledge of typewriting CHEAP LANDS 1200 ACRES, all plow land, 11 horses and machinery, etc.. etc.. 360 tons of feed. $25.00 per acre. $7000 cash, balance easy. 2000 ACRES stock ranch, one-third cash, balance terms. Price $22.00. S QUARTERS grazing lands, $12 per acre, % cash for 2 quarters. $300 will haadle one quarter. I HAVE FAHMS bits and small, cheap and good. ^DjOj;not,wMWllltl��'J�nd goes up'hut buy now. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON PIncher Gieek '228-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS dale mares in foal to a registered Ti'ofse; also'one Magnet cream separator, as good aa new, cheap. Box 1. Herald. 256-6 Ltd., 315 6th St. S., Phone 1545. FOR SALE-Order your props and cedar posts and cord wood now. Delivered In short notice.. Allen Gehman, Caithness, B.C.. about 20 miles west of Femie. 211-0 'fiO-'' : preferred. Reply stating experience and salary required, to Box 76, Herald Office. 260-0 FOR SALE-700 breeding ewes at $11.00 per head, scarcity of feed makes son. Phone 496. Mart M^.Mahon, J^,6 |^^perfe^^ A REAL SNAP. FOR SALE-An Emerson automatic lift, three and four-bottom engine plow. If you are hunting bargains, here is one. Call at A. Bell's blacksmith shop, or. at 1223 6th Ave. South. 255-6 �WANTED-Party to share oar to Calgary about Nov. 1st. Phone 1709. 257-6 W-ANTEaj-Market hunters ship your game to Alberta GrlU, Lethbridge. A. ^ . Murray, Prop. 259-26 WANTED-To hear from owner of good farm for.salei State-caih price, fnll description, D. F. Bush, Mlnneapo-lis, JMinn. - 258-6 WANTED-Fur or leather lined overcoat, size about 40, must be In good shape t.nd cheap for cash. Phone 1830. 258-6 WANTED TO BORROW-$5000.00 on g(jod security, by farmer. Will pay good Interest. Apply Boz 26, Herald. 256-6 WANTED-Refined middle-aged widow would like position as housekeeper. -References-it-necessary.. Apply Bos 71, Herald. _ ^ 260-1 ^yANTED^At once; about 70 ' to 80 tons, of hay andpasturage, -wijh winter water for email-band of sheep. Apply 416. Sherlock Block, L.ethbridge. 258-3 WANTBIK^Automoblle, five passenger, price must;he jeasonahlc,.state make, model; price, etc. in first let-ter, to; P.O. Box 138, City. 255-6 WANTED-Piano for ca8h.~MuiFbe cheap and a bargain, -^pply Box 15, Hei^ld._ 244-0 WANTED-Young lady attending col-lege desires home with private family "where board would be given for companionship for two months or longer. Apply Box 5", Herald. 259-2 WANTED-Partner in sheep rancHn have 1200 good young sheep and a first class ranch, but no time to look after it. I..want a partner who now has a biinch of sheep or who can buy a bunch, because' a big bunch reduces expense, to take a share in the business, also the active ' management. Address full particulars and experience to Box 39, Herald. 251-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE I will offer for sale by public auction tho' following described animals, at 2 p,m., Friday, October 22nd, 19X8. at the potmd, 1st Ave. North . 1 team grey horses; 1 team black horses; 1 ibay horse; 1 small mare; 1 steer; 1 cow. CHIEF HARDY. 260-1 , Poundkeeper. SHEEP SHEEP FOR SALE-One thousand high grade breeding ewes. Wire, write or phona.. Bullock Bros., Taber, P. O. Box -F'. Phoae^^P;_260-12 HAY! ^ STRICTLY Al irrigated, one-third blue joint and two-thirds Alfalfa. 250 to 300 tons. Price $24.00 in stack, for short time o^ly. Cfose to water and will furnish feeding ground, 314 miles N.W. Coaldale. Wells & Walker. 257-6' or cattle as part payment. Box 102, Barons, Mta.. Address 259-3 FOR SALE--A handsome grand upright piano in Mahogany, beautiful tone. Seller wants $100 cash, and easy terms for balance. Write Box 139 City. WA-NTED-Burlington S. D. No. 2379 requires a teacher. Duties to commence Oct. 20th. Apply giving qualifications and salary required to Thos. D. Cargill, secretary, Birdsholm, Alta. 260-6 FARM LABOR-We csn supply farmers with experienced help. a number of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th St. S.. Lethbridge. phone 545. 95-0 __BICYCLES_ CLEJVELAND ANB INDIAN BICT-cles for tale. All makes of bicyole* repaired. A large stock of accoisorv lea on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 6th Street S.. opposite Herald Office. 62^ NEMISCAM DH. M. J. GIBSON-DE3NT1ST GRAD-uate of Royal College Of'Dental Surgeons TaVfliito and hoWSr ol a Dominion Dental Certltloate. Office: _rooro� 5-6 Bry&w B�oote->Phone A071. BR. t.M AuiiDis-jjM^ipt: (Stro - cesser to jDtt. Courtlce & OllchHst). � Graduate ot .University ^ Maryland. Roo|n�^:�-�' Micdonald Block. Phone _J16S^i|lhbrldge, AlbW-ta.___ DRS. MARRS AND MARR8-DBN*. lst�. Sucoegiort to Dr�. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: HIg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR.'T. W. FOX-DENTIST. GRADU ttte North Western Dental UnlTera fty, Chicago. Office phone 786; res idence p&ona 762. Offices: tJnlon Bank Building. 168-0 DRS. GALBRAITH AND LYNN , Office 914 Third Ave., S., Lethbridge. ... 1-3 p.m. ... 7-8 p.m. by appoint- HOURS:^ Dr. Galbraith Mon., Wad., Fri.,...... Sundays 7-8 p.m, and mont. Dr. Lynn ............ .11-12 a.m. ... 3-6 p.m. .....7-8 p.m. by appoint- Tues., Thurs., Sat..... Suiulaya 2-3' p.m. and ment. Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Res. phone 599. DR. W. D. CAMPBELL. DENTIST, graduate ot Ohlcago College of Den tal Surgery. Rooms G and 7, Shep pard Block, Phone 1506. ' 260-0 'l*lANp, TUNING O. H. CRIPPB, IDXPBRT TUNER- Playnt-Plaiio and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factoty experience. Honours Cortlf!3.ate. m.t. Assn., London, England. Reterehcea to th� leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Are. A South. GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE SCHOOL O. S. WARREN, Neralscam, Alta. Insurance-Fire, Hail and Live Stock. Real Estate and Farm Loans. Live Stock agent. Represented in Calgary and Lethbridge. 183-00 WATER LOCATOR WATEJR LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 .5th Are. A South., Lethbridge. Phone 1547. 97-0 BAKERY KIRKBY tc CO.. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 606 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627. dressmaking WANTED-Three you'n^ ladies, about -- I sixteen veers of age. to act as ushers LOST AND FOUND OVhen Replylns Mention Jha HercLldl LOST-Silver identifcation disc. (2nd Lieut. T. D. Adie). Finder please return to -Herald office and receive reward. 258-6 FOR SALE-Office fumittire. two-flat I i^jijg colonial Theatre. Must ^""^ .""'^ ^^^'n- I furnish references. Apply at once to tierwood typewnter, one Carey steel ^ea S. Brown. Colonial Theatre, (tor-safe, office size, three squares linole- merlv Oroheum) 258^0 um, office files, etc. Inquire -Room l.-i merly wpneupi). , .Macdonald Block. ' - 25S-0 FOR SALE-Furniture of suite 2; Kirkham block, all new. Prices right. Owner leaving town. Apply at once to H. E. Low, Room 2, Kirkham Block, or phone J. ,S. Kirkham, X030 or 573. �258-6 TYPEAFRITERS FOR SALE-Underwood, $98.00; Remington, $45*00; Royal $35.00; Oliver,.$40.00; Smith-Premier, $20.00; Remington, $13.00; Typewriters repaired. Everail and Franks, Sinnott Block. - . 229-0 LOST-Ladies' wrist watch, Saturday afternoon, suitable reward given. Kindly return to G. T. Marrs, Phone 1530. 25S-0 LOST-Between Gillette's farm and Diamond City, a grey goat skin coat. Finder return to B. B. Gillette and receive reward. 257-6 LOST-A red cow, branded left hip, no horns. $10 reward for information leading to its return to G. McMahon, Taber, Aioeria. 255-6 FOR S.ALE - Fine whitte potatoes, $2.25 cwt., also purpletop Swede $1.50, and yellow top turnip. Fine winter vegetables, 2 sacks or more delivered cash. 1257 6th Ave. S., or phone 103:1. 2oS-i> WANTED-A girl- or -woman to assist in general housework, no washing, must be fond of children, good wages and home for right party. Apply immediately to 618 6th Ave. South. Phone 1592. . 255-6 BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE-Your goods at City Second Hand store, Lethbridge. We carry complete stock of new and second hand furniture. Special prices on coal ranges, dressers, beds, springs and mattresses, 406 5th St. S, Phone 1428. 246-26 DmiTYomowrwE^ LOST-Bay-mare branded h j, short tail, foretop cut short, mane a little longer, brand on left shoulder. $10.00 reward for finder. Notify M. J, Wirth, Nobleford, Alta.________ $10700~A~liEAD REWARD-For the recovery of any dehorned cattle branded on right shoulder. E. H. Foster, Taber, 34-11-7._ _________ ^ 260-6 LOST-Horse and colt, a week aga branded O. J. on right shoulder. Colt has four white feet; also white spot on head. Reward $15 for return to Chas. 'White, Coalhurst. 260-6 I HAVE a well drill and 252 feet 5% inch, and 267 feet 414 inch iron casing, which I will sell cheap, .as I have finished drilling, and have no further use.for them. T. W. Crofts'. .N.W. Vi 22-10-22, or Box _S04, Lethbridge. 258-6 FOR SALE-Have you heard the new Victor Record, by .(ohn McCormaek, "Dear Old Pal of Mine." The greatest song of love and patriotism written for many a day and sung as only the great Irish tenor can sing it. Call and hear It at the Willis Plauo store, Hull Block. H. C. C. Salmon, Mgr. 260-1 BOOKKEEPER .-CND ACCOUNTANT -Do you want your C. A. degree, investigate our courses. For 15 years we havp prepared bookkeepers for this degree. 75% of C. A.'s in Canada are our graduates. This year 90% of all successful finals In Canada w^re our students. Through our course In higher accounting hundreds have doubled and trebled their salaries. Ask for student reference in your district. '^V^ite Shaw Correspondence School, Toronto, (Dep. L H). Ad P MR*. C. ROOSA First Class Sewing Room 8, Shepard Block. 242-7 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, loeka repaired, bicycles, ' typewriters, phd^ographs; any light � machinery repaired;' lawa mowers sharpened. D. B. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COHjBOB FOR GIRLS. Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable homo, pupils {irepared* for matriculation and teachers' eX' amlnatlons. full (^Qimerclal course. Music. Dancing. French taught by Parislenne. Boys under'13 taken. Write for prospectus .lo Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-104 accquntaKits. FARRI3, DEAFER ft COMPANY, Accountants, Trustees and Financial Agents. Audits. Investigations. Sys terns. Telephone 1616. Office Room 5. McDonald Block. HjeRBALlST SICK TO THE SICK -' Before giving *up hope try' Rae's Herbal Compounds prepared from the best known herbs, roots and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. "John Rae. Herbalist, 635 ::th St N. 188-0 C^IROpRACTOF.S_ SMITH & SMidH-HYRUM SMITH and Juiie B,_Smith.-If you are sioh and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office Ih residence, 903 7th Are, S;i Opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.39 to 6. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. VULCANIZING WANTED FIRST CLASS MACHINIST CHINOOK COAL CO. APPLY AT TOWN OFFICE, SHERLOCK BUILDING OR MINE, AT COMMERCE.. 259-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-A fully modern 6-roomed house, with every convenience. Apply Box 28, Herald. - ' 258-6 FOR SALE-Fuliy-modern house and acre lot, also 200 good spring chickens. Apply :;ll 14th St. N. 260-6 LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING CO. ALLOWS YOU GOOD PRICES FOR YOUR OLD CAS- b^c!Ir";i^^'^-ith "wh\f ^ngtlre"' 'bt ^^^S, TUBES AND CARS. BE tween Third and Fifth Ave., on or j THRIFTY AND SUPPORT THE near Fffth St. Return to Herald and receive reward. 260-6 branded SECOND VICTORY LOAN. 25,3-0 LOST-Bay saddle horse, E H right thigh. Foretop clipped, slim 1 w ADDTNGTON TWR ADC-build, weight about 900 lbs. Has been wAL�L�1X\Ij1 Ui\, Itlli AVK.- TIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRICS EITHER WAY. CONSUL! HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770. AFTER 6 ! P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. 0. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. gone three months. Reward for recovery. L. Brandley, Stirling. .\lta. __-_____ 260-6 STRAYED-To my place ten niontlis ago, one red and white steer, long two, hranded N Y over bar on left ribs. Owner may have same on payment of price for this ad. C. T. .Jenkins, .N'ew Dayton. . 258-3 FOR SALii>-2 iots and cottage ot 5 rooms, close in, good locality, only $2400, lots *vonh more alone. Patterson, McKinnon & Bell. ' 256-6 FOR SALK-.^t a bargain, on terms, a very high clais residence property, or would rent to satisfactory tenant. Apply S. S. Dualiam, Lethbridge. 257-6 HOUSES FOR "SALE-We believe that we have a listing of every good buy in houses fcjr sale in this city. We have had 11 years' experience. Dows-ley Land Agency. 246-0 "a BA~RGAIN BLOCK OF LOTS in Taber, $1000.00, centrally locattti. Will sell for $''25.0fl cash. Owner leaving the distric. "".O. Box !)05.. 257-0 LOST-On Tuesday, Oct. gth, between Klrkby's and 13th St., on 3rd -\ve., ladies' long black purse with strap on back, containing sum of money. Finder please roturn to Mrs. C. D. Murphy, 1279 3rd Ave. S. -.'oS-t; NOTICE Employees X)f,Galt Mines Library Any person  wishing to become a member of above named library, who Is not an employee of. the Gait Mines BO for. the sum of $5.00 p'er year or '50c per month, payable In advance. , Application will he received hy librarian on premiseB, 733 13th St N., City, j^j^order oI'Board of Managers. 260-1 LOST-Nenr Nanton, 1 red Durham bull, branded on ' left thigh $10.00 reward for information, leading to its recovery. C. D. Peterson, 1216 5th Ave. A. South? i iiy. 250-6 PRIVATE FOR" "SAL?; - Fine building site, $2,500, on easy leriql, or would trade for house on south side with gas, block of eiglit lot.s on sth Ave, close to 13th Street, on waiir and newer. Apply 1257 6th .Ave. S, __' 258-6 FCiR S.\LK-(Jrocery business Tn the best mining tovn in the Crow's Nest Pass. I^argr; pay roll. Turn-over for last four montii �; $10,000, stock and fixture.^ about ;::,000, or can be reduced to suit pur'.'iiriser.. Reason for selling, (health), .'ipply Western Oroe- 248-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Refined middle-aged widow would care for children or invalid. References if necessary. Apply Box 71, Herald. 200-1 WANTED-By ~eTperienceT" married man, seventh day Sabbath keeper, wishes work on farm or ranch for the winter months. Apply Box 46, Herald. ' _ 255-0 SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Full size bed complete, white . . . enamel bed 3 ft. 6 in. Ostermoor mat-! frs, J.ld., Li'tlihrnlge. tress, large oak drosser, oval bevelled I ' mirror, oak chiffonier, white enamel medicine chest, bevelled mirror, .sectional book case in mission oak, leather Keated rockers In nil.?sion oak, magazine stand, extension dining table, 'lianSsome buffet mission oak, set of six diners, leather seat, dark .oak, shirt waist box, light blue and white enamel, drophead Singer sewing machine. Queen adjustable dress form, Congoleum rugs, 1 royal Wilton rug size 9x12 green and tkn, no sign of wear. Numerous small articles. Above all in excellent condition. Apply Phone n^f, lift -vitlh Ave. A. S. _ 258-6 SONS OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LAIi(;H STORES, on 10th St Lethbrldgo In ^ood repair. Readily convortiblo in;., apartments, if deplr, ed. Free of ir,:umb'rance. Reasonable torraa. Apply lo S. W. � Burnw, 10 Queen .St.. 10.. Toronto, Ont 233-1 FOR EXCHANGE FOR EXCII.\.V(;K_clear titie'pfoper-ty for steimi i/lowing outfit or other farm mat liinfry. Write for particulars. U, il. Smith, Gen. Del., City. 258-6 WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANt-thlng In the rubber line. Any slse tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to please. Charges on'out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire before you see ui. It may be worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Leth bridge Vulcanizing Works, B. Chap' lin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Baqk. Phone 1664. 148-0 _ VIAVI _ VlAVI A HOME REMEDY for worn-en's diseases and nervous disorders: Successful for 26 years. Literature on request Mra.JO. Thomds. 919 10th St S. Phone 584;, . 119-0 cisterns _UNDERTAKING_ T. g. PBTTERLY. LEADING FUNER-al director and licensed embalmer. motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone 561. residence' phone 1176. Open day and night. MACKAY & MACKAY-Funeral Directors' and Practical Embalmers; office and residence 803 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment .^ways open. SHOE REPAIRtNG SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for ybur shoe repairs, Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Ave. South. OECORAflNQ WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge. Alberta.__ A MEIADS-PAINTING, DECORAT-ine and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 Sth Ave. S. 117-0 W. EMERY-PAINTING, DBCORAT Ing, Paperhanglng, Kalsomlnlng. etc Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338. G. T. DRINKALL it SONS.-Painting and decorating. The home decorators. We paint anything. Office and shop 321 6th St S. 203-0 FOR DECORATING. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING SEE S. WHIT-AKBR, 612 7th ST. S, PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MA-Tl^RlALS USED. 8PIRELLA CORSETIERRE Appointments Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN. Suite 69. Dominion Block. 259-0 CLEANING AND PRESSING NOTICE - WE USE UP-TO-DATE methods, give good service and do igood work. Wo make-ladles' wear -tit and workmaftship the very best The Elite Tailors and Cleansers. 710 3rd AVe. S. 259-26 SPIRELLA CORSETIERE__ �J^-lADIBS of LETHBRIDGE and vicinity, north of 6th Avenue MR. FARMER-The Lethbridge Building Co. can btalld yoii one of brick or cement at a reasonable price. Lethbridge Building Co., 424 9th St South; Phone 304. . 249-6 INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS DRS. DeVEBER. CAMPBELL, ROV, CRA(3G & BRYANS. Office Rpyal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 506. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Rosidenco ot Dr. Connor. 619; residence of Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 lo 12 am.: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-EAR. aYB; NOSE & Throat! 115 Sheriook Bldg. Office hours 10-12: 2-5; evenings by ap-pointclbnt Phones: office S41; residence 693. DR. P. w: TULLBR-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Oftl6e Sbeppard Block Opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4, Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780: residence 420 Sth 3t. 3.. Phone 1494.___ DR.'J.E. LOVERING. Physician and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 MUSIC MRS, H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. b., Contralto. Teacher of Slnglno. 1266 Sixth Ave. A. S.. Phone 133S. 225-26 MISS AILBBN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal. Academy and Royal College of Music. London, Eng.. last year were successful Studio. 623 9th Street South.___ MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER ot Piano. Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black-hsard. keyboard, scale ladder, mod-alating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. JOSEPH BANNER, pupil or the Virgil Piano School. ^ London. England, gives lessons In piano playing, organ playing, singing, "Italian Method." and theory.' Careful attention given to fundamental principles, and training little children. Joseph Banner Is In his eighth year in connection with public school music in Southera Alberta, < In residence In Lethbridge after the 20th. in the meantime phone 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. EXPLAIN,.Without obligating me, how I can qualify tor the position, or In the subject, before Which I mark X, Electrical engineer Draftsman Mechanicar engineer Architect Steam engineer Illustrator Civil engineer Bookkeeper . Automobiles Stenographer Show card writer Salesman Mine forman or eng. Advertising Name ......................... Street and No, .,................... Box 48 Herald, Lethbridge. 1 249-0 lethbridge conservatory of MUSIC J. Geo; harper, DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 76. Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band Instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher In all departments. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phone 765, THIRTEENTH SEASON. Business Cards (Continued) .WELDING OXY-ACBTYLENB WELDING - W. N. Kuth. corner 1st Avenue and lOtb Street. CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET - SPECIALISTS IN French' Dry Cleaning. Our process elihiinates dangef ot Injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out No dyeing. Immediate attention is given to country orders. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. LOO"""SAM-^CLEANING. PAWSSiNG" Repairing *and alterations n-ell done at reasonable prlcob. We call for and dellved goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 534 , , 201-30 LEE WING-THE TAILOR. CLEAN-Ing, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 809 3rd Ave. south. Phone 1019. 286-24 H. MCG. YOUNG, teacher of voice, piano and theory, pupils recitals held at Xmas, Easter and,June. Toronto Conservatory exams held in June. During the.past two years all pupils trying these exams were auc-cessfuL Tuition fees; Twenty, twenty-five or thirty dollars for twenty lessons, according to grade of pupil and -department ot instruction. Present and former pupils usual fees. Technique . clavier for' practice at the studio, 414 A Sth St. south, first door south of Orphet-jn Theatre. CLAIRE S. DOBLB-Teacher of piano playing 'and theory, fifteen years' experience Jn preparing candidates, most succeBsfuIIy, for Toronto Conservatory examinations. Also teacher of the Fletcher Music Method, Simplex and Klfidergarten. The' Fletcher music method has been endorsed by leading musicians in Germany, France. England and Americ^. Studios at the Y.M.G.A. House phone No. 1072. 243-26 EYtSPTlSTED J. M. HEHOEBSOH - Si OH f SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty ..OmcP at Wri(|lit's Jiwcllei.v Stori; 'MoUrs 10 to iifl.tu. ZloS.p.m BUILDERS' _SUPPLIES CEMENT. LIME, WOOD FIBRE . Plaster, Empire Finish. Hollow Tile, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Brick, Roofings, Building and Tar Paper, , Fire Place Mantles and Grates, Tile, Beaver Board. Plate Glass, Muranese Glass, Common Glass, , Auto Windshields, Mining Supplia.s, Fire Brick and FIra Clay. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. Phone 1044, Fourth St .South, Leth-bHdge.____ NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering will open in Lethlyidgo on or about Oct 1st, giving practical training on repairing a,ud oporatinfe gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. aj�ecl&l rates to first ten who Join bra�ch ot Hemphill Trade Schools, Lid., pt Winnipeg, Reglna, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. Write or'call for frpe catalogue Hemphill Motttr School in old south, call upon rae to he measured for a Spirella cdrset, brassleras, blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Corsets from $3.60 up. Mra. F.. _^ A Parker, 1816 7th Avenue North. Palace Garage, 2nd A^ Jt,ethbridgo, Phone 1356, - 100-0 Alta. �1J) DANCING. MISS GLADYS ATTREE is resuming her classes of ball room and classical dancing at tho Y.M.C.A. Wednesday and Thursday. Oct 9 and 10. Write 11? A.' Sth Ave. W., Calgary. / 239-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT business"COLLEGE 411 Sth St South, Lethbrldga Day and Evening School. Shorthand. Tyopwrltlng. BookkoeplBg, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1S31. Write for Full Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. van Haarlem's Private � Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. THE CAVELL HOSPITAL -For maternity cases and all sickness with tho exception ot contagious diseases. Mrs. HelwIg, Matron, 316 11th Street South, Phono 739. 10 ;