Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
i^AftE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL7 HfeHALD SATURDAy, OCTOBER 19, 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S MARKET PLACE FOR "WANTS Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.in., to Appear Same Day,-25can Insertion for 25 Wordsor les�-rSix^ranes for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCfi. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, ITU, FOR SALE~(AgricuItural) iFOR SALE-(MisceUaneous) FOR SALE-18 Sllver-laced Wyandotte pnllets. Have too largo a stock. Appiy vS06 loth St. 8., City. . 2oS-6 m.hffn Rcniyfnir Mentinu Hera'"" F6r sA Lk-'BTrfmTglis~ada 1 ng machine, practicnlij- ne�-. Apply LRth-brldgo Auto Wrecking Co. SoS-O for SALe-1 s'dt of'.y~lTfi'ra "auto wheels with hubs.. coJjipletO/ and tiro carrier. Apply ibos 4th Avfe. South. i 256-6 frame, in good condition, also Smith's _____motor wheel. Apply after 4 p.m. at FOR SALE-45 registered and grade 1520 3rd Ave. North.- ' L't;i-6x young Oxford rams. Lathrop & De- _\ S.NAP'-Furnished rooming house, lany, 403 5th St. South, or telephone ; store and cements for sale, cheap. FOR SALE-From 590 to 1000 tons of choice -wheat straw in "stack. Address C. A. Fields. Herachel, Sask. 25.S-B FOR SAUE-A Holsteln . male calf, full blood, but not reg,fstered, WlH trade for good milk-cow. Apply N. A. Specce, CoaWale. 25S-6 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A girl to clean house at Southard Block. 60-6 VV'jvNTiiD':-^ Two waitresses. Apply Lethbridifejlotel. 257-0 WANTI3D-A strong, reliable boy of fifteen or TOore. Apply the Red Cross Dnis & Book Co. _g'>'?-0 Delany Rural 709. 261-6 HAYI HAY! LET ME BUY your hay and save speculators' profits. Chas. England. 330 3rd Ave. K. E., Calgary. Alta. 255-5 FOR SALE-For cash brrtrarie for good car, one eight-sixteen tractor and plows, almost new. Apply Box 163, Travers, Alta. 25T-G FOR SALE-4 light horses. 2 mares and 2 geldings,-value $300.00. u- ex- Have to leave city this week. Apply Slo .".rd Ave. s. "-v 25S-6 for sale-Co.ll range, nearly new. with high war;nin,g closet and hot water reservoir. Can be seen at 112 18th Street North. _ 257-g and W.^NTEb-A woman to clean .and wash, steady, employment. Apply 1310 : 5th Avenue. South. 2g0-3?- WANTED-^irl ror office, must l*V�i| some experience, and he smart at flgv ures. Apply in own handwriting. Apply Box 7, Herald. 2S3-0 WANTED - Waitress tor thj Mtoe' view Hotel. Coalhurst, Alberta. Good v,-ages. Apply Fred Griep, Coalhurst, Alta.____________IfBS-? WANTED-Crlrl. m-.!st be competent in general housework on farm, small � Box 206, 259-6 FOR SALE-Order your props ^______.....___________ cedar posts and cordwopd,now. Deliv- tnnrily." good wages. Apply ered in short notice. Alien Gehraan, fiaregholm \lt-i CaiU�.ess, B.C.. about 20 mile, west -^^^^^ Nobleford, Alta. 253:6 ; right phiuo in Mahogany, beautiful . ''^'^'^.^'^ at i tone. Soiler wants $100 cash, and easy i . . 259-0 The Tanda M* In Oie district Between KeOaw and JSedlclns Hat. :iad north and adjucent to the Old Man and Soutb Saik-aiihewan rirera. Tke�� land* are to ho plao fid on the market at a reasonable valuation. , The Company Is .looklnj for bona fide settlers. We would be pleased to have you inspect our iaads. Prospective purchasers shonia make all Inauirles direct through the company's otflc� at Ifedfeine Hat. We have no ontslde agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT ?i|NADA LAND & IRRI-CATION COMPANY, LTD. (X 677 Phone 242& MCDiC/NE HAT, ALBERTA FOR SALE-700 breefiing ewes ai i luut--. oi-uci wauis *i.un tuau, inm e�sj' ;-^-^--------, $11.00 per head, scarcttv of feed makes i terms for balance. Write Box 139 City, i WANTED AT ONCl':;-First clasps coat^ it necessarj- selling. These ewes! 2G0-6! maker, or all-round man. Highest sheared over $6.00 per head this sea-1 for SALE-Scotch collie pups, sable i ^^'^^ses, steady job year rouna. AppiJ son. Fhone 496^ Mart .Mc.Mahon. 25S-G , and white, also Llewelvn setter pup.s | -"0- High Kiver.___. -""'.^ SHEEP REPLIES � Hare bean received for .iie \toUowlng .box numbers . and i^tl waiting to bo called for. a, U, 15, 16, 22, 26, 36, 39, 43, .60, 61. sitiess Garcli FLORISTS. FRACHE BROS. For Floral Designs Roses,~ Carnatlont, Chrysanthemuma and other seasonable flowers, ^ Free delivery to any part of the city. 229-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND sheep FOR sale-One thousand high grade breeding ewes. Wire, -ivrite ail bred from pedigree registered stock. Apply 1616 17th St. North. 261-2 WANTED-Experienced girl or woman for general housework. No other need apply. Wages $25 or $30. Apply - -n , V'r> T.u^r. -p n . FOR sale-Office furniture, two fiat j immediately to 519 Tth_St._S. -Box^'�r'!>!ionr39 2Gb-?2i'.�P '""^ chairs, one Ua- j ^xTEI^Ma7?ie~d"favm hand 259-0 Lii'TMBRrDGB BRANCH - THIRD Floor Poet Office BulldinE. Phone 701. OHlco hours durltig July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 168-0 by derwood typewriter, one Carey steel j-ygar. M,ist" be experienced general for prices. H. Simpson, Dina P.O., Alberta. - ' 261-" CHEAP LANDS ^200 ACRES, all plow land, 11 horses and machinery, etc.. etc., 300 tons of feed. $25.00 per acre. $7000 cash, balance easy. 1000 ACRES stock ranch, one-third cash, balance terms. Price ?22.00. B QUARTERS grazing lands. $12 per acre, Vs cash for 2 quarters. $300 will heudle one quarter. 1 HAVE FARMS hi:; and small, cheap and good. Do not wait till the land goes up but buy now. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTTON Finchor Greek '22S-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Party to share car to Calgary about Nov. 1st. Phone 1709. 257-6 'WANTED-Market hunters ship your game to Alberta Grill, Lethbridge. A. �J . Murray, Prop. 259-26 HAY-HAY F.O.B. SHIPPI.NG POINT, upland, $19 and $20, No. 2 H^M, slough $14.00, oat $15.00. Application forms for special rates supplied. Patterson, McKin-non & Bell. 261-6 TYPlSW-RltERS FOR SALE-Cnder wood. $9S.Q0; Remington, $45.Q0; Roy- STRICTLY -M irrie-atea, one-iuira i_----� i-^a v.im cAi,w4io"�-o" "--*- - -r---- blue joint and two-thirds Alfalfa, 250 BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE-^ our ^en are now on the ground wait-to 300 tons. Price $24.00 in stack, tor goods at City Second Hand store, j jng for work. Wire or Plion'; jn� HAY! Al irrigated, one-third er, one with knowledge of typewriting al$35 00- Oliver S40flO- STi-nh Pvott, i Preferred. Reply stating experience ien $2a.'ob �R;m;t,gfon,''$^^'0?-T^^^^^ '^l"'-"' ''I'.^^t 'Xi^'- "^^S WANtEI>^,iSi^rDrN^379 vnT) g Leu g. Brown, Colonial Theatre, (for-cated farm-of 18 acres, close to citr, i used one season onl.v. Going at one- merly Orpheum). 25S-0 ,r, ..r,^,.. onUivaMnn hnf nn hniiri- half original price if taken at once. . -, all under cultivation, but no build- j half original price ...^.^ a. , ^^^^^,^3 WANTED-?1.000. You can ings. If you mean business reply to i These must be seen .0 be aPP>ec.ated. AGENTS WAN^ ^^^j ^^.^^ ^^^^ Box 33, Herald^_2o3-0 Phnne T7S4' 261 0 e^elling combination cooker. One sales- PORT SALE-One-half section, moun-j """"^---___man banks $38S.55 the firSt month. tain stream, good buildings, all fenc-lnDIlI YOUR OWN WELL 1 Another agent sells 20 in two hours, ed, good hay, 75 acresbroken, IS miles i '''^^'T * . , T^V ,-0 fLt^I^ ' Others cleaning up ?10 daily. No cap-from Cardston, $15 per acre. Write! HAVE a well drill and 2o2 feet 5% ^^^1 necessary.' Goods shipped to re- '960-6 inch, and 267 feet 4% inch iron cas ing, which I will sell cheap, as I have finished drilling and have no further "WANTED-To hear trom owner of good farm for sale. State cash price, lull description. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, :ilmi. 25S-6 WANTED-Fur or leather lined overcoat, size about 40, must be in good shape c.nd cheap for cash. Phone 1330. ____.258-6 WANTED-At once, abour'70~'to~'s6 tons of hay and pasturage, with winter �water for smsU band of sheep. Apply 416 Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. l'5S-3 WANTED-Piano~for~cash.~ JIust be cheap and a' bargain. Apply Box 2r,. Herald..___24�-0 WAN'llED-Partner in sheep ranch; I have 1200 good j'oung 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 OTnch, because a big bunch reduces expense, to take a share in the business, also the active management. Address full i)articulars and experience to Box 39, Herald. 251-0 Box 139, City. FOR S.ALE-E V> Sec. 4-11-20,TlSOO rethbrfdV' ^V^n' if partirim ' us':�fo7trem:"^T."w. cVofts^V.wrw proved /n;ooler^ac-rl'>loo^p^^^^ 22-10-22. or Box S04, Lethbridge. 25S-6 I cash, crop payments for balance. 937 LETHBRIDGE .\UTO WRECK-13th St. South, 0 rooms, fully modern. _ owo vntr nnnn Price I2S0O. Terms $1000 cash, balance ijNtr CD. Al^LUWb lUU GUUU arranged. B. Peat & Co., PUone 570 PRICES FOR YOUR OLD CASIO Macdonald Block. 2oS-I3 ^^^^^^ .^^^^^ ^^^^ THRIFTY AND SUPPORT THE SECOND VICTORY LOAN. 253-0 liable men on �time. Territory going fast. Writo nuirk to secure- your field. Combination Products Co., Fob-ier. Que. Ad U SMALL FARM FOR SALE SMALL FARM containing 75 acres, no improvements, in good farming district, -only % mile from small town which Tias elevator^, stores, church, school, etc., will sell cheap and on easy terms. Would consider an exchange for Lethbridge house property. This property is free of encumbrance. If you mean business address Box 22, Herald. � 254-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-Between ' Gillette's farm and Diamond City, a grey goat skin coat. Finder return to B. B. Gillette and receive reward. 257-C B. C. FRUIT LANDS. BUT TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAT District, British Columbia, which In fruits and vegetables, with cow, pigs, poultry and bees^^will pay you steady EubLtantlal profits. Delightful warm climate, rich eoil. good schools, dally trains, daily mails, close to markets Orchard, garden, poultry; sconery, huhtlBg; fishing, boating. Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice JaiJds $10 cash and $10 monthly without interest- Write quick for free information. West Kootenay Fruit Lands Company. DepL B, kelson, British Columbia. Ad A WADDINGTON, THE AyC-TIONERR, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRICD EITHER WAY. CONSULT HliM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER 6 P. M, 469. SPACIOUS SALES JIOOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. 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^__ 258-6 $T0.00~"A HEAD REWARD-^For'the !' recovery of any dehorned cattle branded on right shoulder E. H. Foster, Taber, 34-11-7. _ _ iitiu-t; LOST-Horse and colt, a week~aga branded O, J. on right shoulder. Colt has four white feet; also white spot on bead. Reward $15 for return to Chas. WTiite, Coalhurst._^260-6 1X)ST-Lady's cameo ring, stonered background with white figure, between Third and Fifth Ave., on or aaar Fifth St. Return to Herald and receive reward.__260-8 L,OST-Bay saddle horse, branded E H right thigh. Foretop clipped, slim build, weight about 900 lbs. Has been gone three months. Reward foe recovery. L. Brandley, Stirling, Alta. ____260^6 LOST-On Tuesday, Oct. 8th, betv^een Kirkby's and 13th St., on 3rd Ave., ladies' long black purae vyitli strap on bftck^ containing sum of money. Finder please return to Mrs. C. D. Mur-phy^279 8rd Ave. S. " 258-6 FOR SALE>-I have 800 acres of grazing land, taking in a little, valley in the mountains. Natural meadow containing 50 acres, 3 large constantly flowing springs,. 2 large creeks, 400 acres can be Irrigated at small cost when land is cleared up and cultivated will make splendid 'alfalfa land, should produce 1000- tons annually. Lots of open range adjoining. I don't need this property and am waiting for a man v.'ho is in a position to uillize it to advantage. Must have a foundation herd of livestock and some c.apital is required. I will sell on long terms to right party or will put in land as an investment with right party. For particulars phone, to P. Lund, P. O. Box 189, City, ' 207-1 WANTED TO RENT STRAYED-Some time since, from Mr. 5. A. Suggitt's pasturage at Coal-dale. one dark bay mare, branded on ���� -Ight shoulder, weight about fl Ig* '00 lbs. -with' scar on one front fiSJSitI ^^^^ from wire cut. Reward for imoiuiatioh leading to recovery. J. W. Bawden, Lethbridge. 262-0 wanted-Furnished apartment for family of three. Phone 1817. 257-6 WANTED-About the middle of November, six or seven roomed modern house. Good tenant. Box 40, Herald. 258-G WANTED TO RENT - Furnished housekeeping rooms or smai; furnished house, permanent and reliabln party. Apply Box 56, Herald. 262-6 WANTiSD TO RENT-4 or r, roomed modem cottage, about 1st Nov.. best of care exercised, no children. Reply to Box 138, City. 259-6 WANTED TO RENT-Farm in South-ern Alberta, by two experienced American farmers. Apply C. F. Davis, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. '>62-0 WANTED-Furnished house or apartment wanted by strictly reliable parties until late spring, or perhaps longer. Box 41, Herald. 2a7-� WANTED TO RENT-About % section of improved land, must have water, good house and buildings, and v,rlthin easy distance of railway. Would rent either with or without stock and machinery. To take possession not later than March 1st, 1919. Apply Box 47, Herald, ,:58-0 PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Full size brass bed complete, white enamel bed 3 ft. 6 in. Ostermoor mattress, large oak dresser, oval bevelled mirror, oak chiffonier, leather seated rockers in mission oak, magazine stand, set of six diners, leather seat, dark BOO.KKEEPEit .AND ACCOUNTANT -Do you want your C. A. degree, investigate our courses. For 15 years we ha-7f> "prepared bookkeepers for this degree. 7590 of C. A.'s in Canada are our graduates. This year 90% of all successful finals in CtHiada were our studeata. Through our course in higher accounting hundreds have doubled and trebled their salaries. Ask / for student reference in your district.' Write Shaw Correspondence School, Toronto, (Dep. L H). Ad P BICYCLtS_ CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-clfts tor sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessor les on-.hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 6th Street S., opposite Herald'Office. 63-9 NEMiSCAM G. S. WARRBN, Nemlscam, Alta. Insurance-Fire, Hall and Live Stock.* Real Estate and Farm Loans, Live Stock ageiit. Represented in Calgary and Lethbridge. 193-Co PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL MIOICAL, DR. M. J, GIBSON-DKNTIST GRAD-uate of Hoytti College or Dont�l 8ur-goons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental CertUIoate. Ortioe: rooms S-6 Sryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. AlXBN^^BNTiaT. (SUC--�8wsor to bi�. Oourtic* a Oilchrtat). Graduate xjf UnlrSrUty of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Mactioliald^tSlock. Phont ^16V Lethbridge. Alberto, ___ DRS. ^fJV.rrs AND mMrS-DENT-IstsT Sucoessora to Dr8. Stewart and McClurc. Hours 9 to; 6. Office: Hlg-Inbolham Block. Phono 374. DR. T. N^TIS'OJP^BSNTIST. ORADU-ate North Western Dental Univors-Ity, Chicago, Office phone 785; residence liDone 751!. OtUces: Union Bank Building. . 158-0 DR, W. D. CAMPBELL, DENTIST, graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery. Rooms G and 7, Shep-pard Block, Phone 1506. 260-0 PIANO TUNING__ a. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon-CUM Certificate M,T, Assn., London, England. References to tho leading musicians ot the olty. Phone H68 1253 6th Ave. A. South. GIRLS' BUStNCSS COLLEGE water LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOC.ITB water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Ave. A. South., l^ethbridge. Phone 1547. . 97-0 _BAKERY__ KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Hirkby & Co.. 600 '3rd Ave. 8. Phone 1637. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired; bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawa 'toowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. * VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR A>JY' thing In the rubber line. Any lize 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 us, it may be worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1864. 148-0 UNDERTAKING WANTED FIRST CLASS MACHINIST CHINOOK COAL CO. APPLY AT TOWN OFFICE, SHERLOCK BUILDING OK MINE, AT COM-MERGE. 259-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE /vrher. P.5r; - Fine building site, $2,5j)0, on easy terms, or would trade for house on south side with gas,J)lock of eight lots on 8th Ave, close to 13th Street, on water and sewer. Apply 1257 0th Ave. S. ^�^_ 2!;8-6 PCJR SALIC-Grocery business In the best mining town in the Crow's Nest Pass. Largo pay roll. Turn-over for last four months, $10,000, stock and fixtures about $3,000, or can be/reduced to suit purchaser. Reason for selling, (health). Apply Western Grocers, Ltd., Lethbridge. 248-0 FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Get Your Hay NOW! we CAN offer yoi^ excellent upland hay, baled, f.o.b. shipping point. Sample can bo aean at our office. Free freight application forms supplied. Price on application. T. s. FBTTERLY. LEADING PDNER-al director and licensed enibalmer, motor or horse driv6n 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. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-orators. Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimate^, given. "The oldest estat^liBbed painters in Lethbridge. Res. (phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. A. MEADS-PAINTING, DECORAT-ing and Paperhanging. Phone 690. 611 8th Ave. S. 117-0 W. EMBBY-PAINTING, DECORAT ing, Paperhanging, Kalsomining. etc. ^est materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given.. 936 Jtth Street S. Phone 338. G. T. DRINKALL & 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-AKER, 612 7th ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MATERIALS USED. SPIREL.LA CORSBTIERF.E 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 good work. We make ladies' -wear -fit and workmanship the very best. The Elite Tailors and Cloan-ers.'710 3rd�Ave. S. Phone 466. "59.26 8PIRELLA CORSETIERE ALL LADIES OP LETHBRIDGE and vicinity, north ot 6th Avenue south, call upon mo to be measured for a Splrella corset, bra8si6rei3, blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Corsets from $3.60 up. Mrs. P. A. Parker, 1816 7th Avenue North, Phone 135�. 100-0 FOR EXCHANGE When RctHylnir MtWtlon I'h* H�rnlit WANTED TO~^RiADB-A cabinet phonograph, will play all makes of records for aeccmd hand piano. Mall particulars to Box 38^ Herald. 262-0 HARRIS & nOaSITER, 120 5th Street S. Phone 1412. FOR EXCHANGE-Clear title property for steam plowing outfit or other farm machinery. Write for partlflu-lara. &. Sflkb, Gen. Del., CItyr 258-6 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable homo, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' ot-amlnatlons, full commercial course, ) Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlsienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Che^ rington. Principal. 144-101 accountants: FARRIS, DEAFER & COMPANY, Accountants, Trustees and Financial Agents, Audits, Investigations, Systems. Telephone 1616. Office Room 5, MdDonald Block. DRS. GALBRAITH AND LYNN , Otflcd 914 Third Ave., S, Lethbridge. HOURS: Dr. Qalbraith 1-3 p.m.. Mon., Wed., FrI............7-8 p.m. Sundays 7-8 p,tn. and by appoint* ment. , ' � Dr. Lynn- 11-12 a.m. < ..V.,;.......... 8-6 Pm. Tues., Thurl.. Sat; .........7-8 p.m. Sundays 2-3 p.m. aad by appoinU ment. ; -^ Office telephone 1268; Dr. Lynn Res, phone 599. DRS. DoVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROY. CRAOG & BRYANS. Office Rbyal Bank Building. Office hours 1:30' 3 p.m.; 7:30-5:30 p.m. Phone 506. DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY & LBBCH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office'319; Residence of Dr. Connor, 619 j residence of Dr, Leech, 1007, t)ffice hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1,30 to 3,30; 7 to 8 p.m. DRTfA-iXOR-EAR iiJYB, NOSE & Throat: 115 Bheriook Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phones: office 341; residence 593, DR. P. W, TULLER-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms d to 4. Office, hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3,30 p.ni. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; resldenoe 420 8th St. S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. B. LOVERINO, 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. 290-0 MUSIC __. HERBALIST TO THE SICK - Before giving up hope try Rae's Herbal Compounds prepared from the best knowA herbs, roots and barks. Write for my Herbal' Guide,- or call personally. John Rae, Herbalist, 635 12th SL N. 188-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-HYRCM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 , to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. ' _ VIAVI ,_, VIAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature _ on request, Mrs. O. Thomas, 919 10th St. S. Phono 584. 119-0. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS EXPLAIN, without obligating me, how I can qualify tor the position, or in the subject, befora^which I mark X, Electrical engineer Draftsman Mechanical engineer Architect Steam engineer Civil engineer ^ Automobiles Show card writer Illustrator Bookkeeper Stenographer - ---- .....- Salesman Mine^forman or eng. Advertising Name Street and No............. Box 48 Herald, Lethbridge. 249-fl Business Cards (Continued) WELDING OXY-ACETYLBNB-WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET ~ SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning' Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention is given to country drders. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. LOO SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices.. We call for and doHved goods 410 6th Street South. Phone 534 . 261-30 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 builders'Supplies_ CHMBNT\ LIMiS; WOOD FIBRE Plaster, Empire Finish, Hollow Tile, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Brick, Roofings, Building and Tar Paper, Firo Place Mantles and Grates, Tile, Beaver Board, Plate Glass, Muranese Glass, Common Glass, Auto Windshields, Mining Supplies, Firo Brick and Fira Clay. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. Phone 1044, Fourth St, South, Lett bridge. 43-0 MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. a. B., Contralto. ^ Teacher of Singing. 1265 Sixth Ave. A. S., Phone 1338. 2S5-26 MISS AILEBN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, En^. last year were successtuL Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-'TEACHER of Piano, Harmony^ and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio tully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-olatlng board, etc Studio 1226 5th Ave. A, South. JOSEPH BANNER, pupil ot the Virgil Piano School, London, England, gives lessons in piano playing, organ playing, singing, "Italian Method." and theory. Careful attention given to fundamental prinolples, aad training little children. Joseph Banner is in his eighth year in- connection with public school music'in Southern Alberta. In residence in Lethbridge after tho 20th, in the meantime phone 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC ' J. GfO. HARPER, .DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 26. Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting, dertifled, teacher in all departments. Modern methods. 'Many free advantages. Phono 765. THIRTEENTH SEASON, H. McG. YOUNG, teacher of Yolce, piano and theory, �-T)upll8 recitals hejd at Xmas, Easter and June. Tor-dhto Conservatory exams held in June. During the past two years all pupils trying these exams were successful. Tuition fees: Tw�nty, twenty-five or thirty dollars for twenty lessons, according to grade of pupil and department of instruction. Present and former pupils usual tees. Techniquo clavier for practice at the studio, 414 A Bth St. south, first door south of Orphei-.m Theatre. CLAIRE S. DOBLE-Teacher ot pi-- ano playing ahd theory, fifteen years' experience in preparing candidates, most successfully, for Toronto Conservatory examinations. Also teacher of the Fletcher Music Method, Simplex and Kindergarten. The Fletcher music method has been endorsed by loading musicians in Germany, France, England ^nd America. Studios at the Y.M.C.A. House phono No. 1072. 243-26 TESTED J. M.HEH'DEBSpH - SIGHT SPECIALIST vDlfficult-Cases a Specialty iOftic'c at Wrlnlif^ Jpwikry Stoio �*<'11qUi-� lOto 12 ft.iii. - i to 5 p.m. AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering will open in Lethbrldgte on br about Oct. 1st, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special ra^es to first ten who Join branch of Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., of Winnipeg, Reglna, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. 'V^'rite or call for free catalogue ' Hemphill Motor School in old Palace Garage, 2nd Ave., -Letlibrldge, Alta. 231-0 SHOE REPAIRING - SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and de livered. Frank Miles, 611 4tli Ave. South. DANCING. MISS GLADYS ATTREE ie^resnpilng her classes of ball room aha'classical dancing at the Y.M.C.Ai*Wednes-day and. Thursday, Oct. 9 atol 10. Write 11? A. 8th Ave. W., Calgary. 289-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwrltlng, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1831. Write for PuH rnformation. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. T H E CAVELL HOSPITAL - For maternity cases and all sickness with the exception of contagious diseases. Mrs. Helwlg, Matron, 316 14th Street South, Phone '739.