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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page two 1*111 .. , ^mr: lethbridge daily HEt^ALP WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S MARKET PLACE FOR "WAN:TS" , Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.in., to Appear Same Day.-25c an Insertion for 25 Words or Lei�-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRI-GATION COMPANY, LTD. DRY and I Tb� lands iir� In the dlttrlet between ReUaw and Medicln* Hat, and aortta and adjacent to tlte Old Man and South Sask-atcbemtn rirera. These landa are to be plao d on the market at a reaaoa-able raluaUon. The Company la Jookinu tor bona fide eettlen. We trould be pleased to bare you inspect our lands. Prospectlre parcbaseri \ ihoQld make all Inquiries direct throagh tbe company's otflce at Medicine Hat "We bare ao outside agenclea kad pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD, Box 677 Phone 242* MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA LOST AND FOUND m tlO.OO A HEAD REWARD-For the recovery o� any dehorned cattle branded on right shoulder. E. H. Foster, Taber. 34-11-'. IX)ST-Horse and colt, a -week ago. branded O. J. on right shoulder. Colt has tour white feet; also white spot on head. Reward $15 for return to Chas. White, Coalhurst._250-6 1X)ST-Between city office and Herald office, on 4th avenue, a long many-colored bead tassei. Suitable re-ward-ior return to MissBawden, 1255 4tli Ave. South. 284-2 LOST-Lady's cameo ring, stone red background with white figure, between Third and Fifth Ave., on or near Fifth St. Return to Herald and receive reward. 260-6 IjOST-Bay saddle horse, branded E H riaht thigh. Foretop Clipped, slim build, weight about 900 lbs. Has been gone three nunths. Reward for recovery. L. Brandley, Stirling, Alta. ._^ 260-6 LOST-A suitable reward for Infor-inatlon leading to the recovery of one p-ay two year old mare; one bay two year old mare, one bay yearling mare, also one bay yearling horse, all branded 4 V on left thigh. Ed. Shaffer. Stirling, Alberta. 2S3-C LOST-On road between Cowley and Coaldale, on Monday, Oct. 21, a lady's �brpwn leather shopping bag, containing purse, registration card, felt hat, fountain pen, etc. Finder will please notify Mrs. W. Linton, Coaldale, care of H. A. Suggitt, Phone'asiO. 265-6 STRAYED-Some time sljce. from Mr. H. A. Suggitt's pasturage at Coaldale! one dark bay mare, branded on ap� right shoulder, weight about ^ 900 lbs. with scar on one front ^ foot from wire cut. Reward for Intoiniation leading to recovery. J. W. Bawden, Lethbridge. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Market hunters ship your game to Alberta Grill, Lethbridge. A. a . Murray, Prop._259-26 WANTED-About four wolf houndsl suitable for hunting coyotes, trained hounds preferred, also want some untrained hounds. State price. Mr. Aron Taylor, Hill Spring, Alta. 264-2 WANTED TO PURCHASE-A second hand car; a six cylinder 45 McLaugh-lin-Buick preferred; must be 1918 model; must be cheap for cash. Louis Kerr, Nelson, B.C. Box 1090. 265-6 WANTED-I want to buy, cneap for casb, up to 60 head of two year old Bteers; want beef breeds and In fair condition. Write full description and five price. Geo. B. Thompson, Spring Coulee, Alberta. 263-6 PATRIOTIC, steady, well paid employment at home. In war or peace time-knit seeks for us on the fast, simple auto knitter. Particulars today, 3 cent stamp. Auto Knitter Company^ Dept. C79, 607 College St.., Toronto,'Ont. Ad H WANTED-Ten thousand families to close their houses and spend their winter in the Pacific Northwest. Escape the cold and save coal! It will cost you very little more than to remain at home and will do you a great deal more good. Seven thousand western Canadians spent last winter in-the Pacific Northwest. Write Herbert Cuthbert, 1017-18 L. C. Smith Building, Seattle, Wash., for free illustrated booklet. Ad M rooms and board gOARD AND ROOM-Apply 1210 3rd i.Veaua .South or Phone -1091, 265-S. LAND FOR SALE i FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) rTThpn Hon),vin�r Mention Thu KernM .?0R SALE-Wo have u beautiful PATTERSON-. McKINXON and BELL ' .. ....... are instructed by the owners to sell ' l"""'^' 'o'ls'^'d uin- by private treaty two farms on the Sa.skatcliowan border near Wilkie, a good farming district: section l^i mile from town; shack 12x14; barn 14.\32. and granary; light brown loam, clay subsoil, has grown on 140 acres 4704 bushels of wheat; 2S0 acres under cultivation; S2S.u0 per acre. 'i section, good farm, 100 acres under cultivation, houso and baru only hogany caise, SS note; price $550; will accept your organ as part payment; balance easy payments. iSIason and Risch Limited, Balmoral Block, Leth-brid.ce. - ' 26o-1 FO"r" SALTS^EiUiorf'^iWtw ; ~or will trade for second,hj�fei\.piano. Box 11 Herald. '�,' � " ? ? ' > ? > > __ ? Have been received for the following box numliors and are waiting to be called for: 36, 47, 60, 61, 73, 75, 76. FOR S.A.I.I::--Burrougiis :adding machine, practically . ne>v. ^pply . Loth fair, good wheat land, slightly rolling. ( bridge Aiito Wrecking Co. '-^ - 253-0 also gooa for oats; light chocolate and i for sALE-^Oak buffet uatl occasion-clay subsoil, right close to town; $30: ni table; also refrigbi'&tor. Apply 410 per acre; $1200 cash. P. O. Box 805 265-1 Phone 1619 FOR SALE-1000 acres in Cardston district, suitable for mixed farming; will sell cheap on reasonable terms. Apply Box 102 East End, Sask. 263-6 FOR S.\LE-At a bargain, small irrigated farm of 16 acres, close to city, all under cultivation, but no buildings. If vou mean business reply to Box S3. Herald. 253-0 12tli Street C ' Nortlii _ 265-2 PtAXO~i\ir $;io7 cTis3^terms; o.\coii-tional value. Willis Piano Co., Hull Block, 70.9 3rd -\ve. South. _ 265-1 FOR^'SALE-Indian'bicycle, ''doubre frame. In good condition, also Smith's motor wheel. Apply after 4 p.m. at 1520 3rd Ave. North. � - 2�l-6x FOR S.\LE-One-halt section, moun- ^ ^ ^ {, c> .: 9 4> 4 * * SITUATIONS VACANT '�n-hm Rpplylhc Jfrntinn Tho HorniftV WANTED--A girl to: c'lpan house, iW-Soutliard'ilock. ' * -""-^ W.\NTED-Young lady for cashier, must write good hand and have high school education. Apply personally to Clarke & Co. 259-0 WANTED AT ONCE-First class coat-maker, or all-round man. Highest wages, steady job vear round. Apply Box 260, High River. 3*^0-6 FOR S.\.LE-Six lidle ;Moffat kitchen stove fitted with water front and reservoir; in tirst class condition. Ap-ply 702 15th Street .North. 2(;5-0 j FOR SALE^nmamfEdisou di'sepho- j WANTED-Married farm hand by year. Must be experienced general farm man and milker, scparat house. C. R. Daniel. Phone R115, City. 258-0 tain stream, good buildings, all fenc- ^'^-'^'-'t ' 1 " � . t T ed. good ha^^ 75 acres broken, IS miles 1 "�P"�sraf>h tnahogany finish; cash or from Cardston. $15 per acre. Write terms.. .Assintboia Music Co. Ltd.. 31a Box 139, City. 260-6 Cth Street South. Phone 1545. 265-2 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE-Half section 10 miles to railway station, 30 miles Medicine Hat; 95 acres broken, abundance of water, splendid pasture, well built house, s^table, granary, etc. FOR SALE-Order your props and cedar posts and cordwood now. Delivered in short notice, Allen Gehman, Caithness, B.C.. about 20 miles west of Fernie. '  211-0 Owner in Lethbridge for short" while j FO� SALE-A handsome Stand up-only. No agents. Apply Box 63 Her-!t p.ano m Maho^^^^^^^^^ beau Uul aid. 263-6 FOR S.ALB-E % Sec. 4-11-20, $19.00 per acre, or will trade for house in Lethbridge. W. % 23-7-18, partly im- tone. Seller wants $100 cash, and easy terms for balance. W^rlte Box 139 City. 260-6 WANTED-A steady reliable girl or woman for general housework; must be tidy; highest wages paid. Apply at once 293 7tft Avenue South or Phone 687, __^^3-6 WANTED-Burlington S.~D. No.- 2379 requires a teacher. Duties to commence Oct. 20tb.. Apyly giving qualifications and salary required to 'Thos. D. Cargill, secretary, Birdsholm, Alta. 260-6 FOR SALE-Office furniture, two flat , - , - ,, ,, , top desks, four office chairs, one Un-j proved, $21.00 per acre. $2.00 per acre ; derwood typewriter, one Care-." steel cash, crop payments for balance. 937 j ggje office size, throe squares linole-1 13th St. South, 6 rooms, fully modern. | offj^g jijgs etc. Inquire Room 7, a FARM LABOR-^We can supply tanners with experienced help. A nnmbar of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, HO Bth St. S.. Lethbridge, phone 545. 95-0 SMALL FARM FOR SALE FOR SALE-ander-wood, $98.00; Remington, $45.00; Royal $35.00; Oliver, $40.00; Smilh-Prom-, , , , . ,. ier, $20.00; Remington, $15.00; Type- SMALL FARM containing .u acres,, ^-rjters repaired. Everall and Franks, no improvements, in good farming dis-, sinnott Block 229-0 trict. only % mile from small town' which has elevators, 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. 234-0 FOR SALE-I have 800 acres of grazing land, taking in a little vaUey in the mountains. Natural meadow containing 50 acres. 3 large constantly flowing springs, 2 large creeks, 400 acres can be irrigated at small cost ivhen 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 tor a', \VH.\T H.-^VE YOU TO TRADE?-! man who is in a position to ulllize it i what do you vvant to buy or sell?-, to advantage. Must have a foundiitioh ! Patterson, JIcKinnon and Bell, Phono | herd of livestock and some capital is i iso4. Union Bank � Ghainbers, Leth- ] BUY, SELL OR E.XCHANGE-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 matti'esses, 406 5th St._S.^Phone 142S. 246-26 LETHimTDGE^SlJTp WRECK-ING CO. ALLOWS YOU GOOD PRICES FOR YOUR Otfl CASINGS, TUBES AND CARS. BE THRIFTY AND SUPPORT THE SECOND ^aCTORY LOAN. . 253-0 BOOKKEEPER AKD ACCOU.NTANT -Do you want yburcC. A. degree, investigate our courses. For 15 years we ha-^p prepared" bookkeepers for this degree. 75% of C. A.'s in Canada are our graduaites. This year 90% of all successful finals in Canada were our students. '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\F WANTED FIRST CLASS MACHINIST CHINOOK COAL CO. APPLY AT TOWN OFFICE, SHERLOCK BUILDING .OR-MINE, AT COM-MERGE. 259-6 500 MEN WANTED required. I will sell on long terms to fight party or will put in land as an investment with right party. For bridge, are instructed to offer for � trade a fine Chalmers Automobile, six; cylinder, and a 30x60 gas tractor w-ith ; particulars phone to P. Lund, P. _0. stubble plows and breaking attach-j Box 189, Cit.v. 207-1 Five Quarter Sections of NORTH COUNTRY LAND. For Sale-Stupendous Value PATTERSON, McKINNON and BELL, Union Bank Chambers, Lethbridge, have been instructed by a Calgary implement firm to sell at mortgage prices the following: N. E. Vt 28-36-12, West of 4th, $2000 cash; $2400 terms, only $500 cash. N. E. % 26-37-6, west of 5lh; cash $1500; terms $1800. only $600 cash. N. W. Vi 32-31-5, west of 5th; $1200, terms. N. E. % 2-33-6, west of 5th; $1200, terms. S. E. J4 12-42-24. west of 4th, assessed at $1500; what offers? These prices are extraordinary. 265-6 TO RENT ment; both above in good order; will trade for cattle, sheep, good horses or' clear title house. 265^0 WADDINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRIC?) EITllER WAY. CONSUL? HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770. AFTER 6 P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE TO LEARN Automobile Gas Tr?.otor Engineering, at Hemphill's chain of government licensed motor schools. We teUch you iby actual practice to operate and repair automobiles, tractors and stationary engines. Our free employment office will help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic or tractor engineer at $5.00 to $10.00 per. day. Wopdertul demand for gasoline engineers. We also . teach 0x0 welding and steam vulcanizing. Write or call for free catalogue. Attend the neare.it branch to you. Day and evening clap.ses now open. HE.MPHIJA'.S MOTOR SCHOOLS 220 Paclfit; Ave.. Winnipeg. Branches at Lethbridge. Saskatoon, Edmonton, Rp^ina,,Calgary, Vancouver and Portland, Ore. , 260-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WASTSIS-Experienced" housekeeper wishes pofdtion, widower with clill-dren on farm praJerred. Apply Herald Box No. 6L___ 260-6 WANThd-Barber wanting to chaiige locaflon, wishes position or will rent shop, about 16th of November; references exchanged. Address Box 62, Herald. � , 263-6 W.\NT^^Auditing, accounting s'ton-ogranhei:,' bookkeeping or general office w6)fK;VJBit(n,hRvlne olBhteen years' eXRerlence>'wUti : : : ? ? : class condition in every way, ? FOR SALE-FENDER CLIP, PREVENTS CUTTING OF TIRES. PREVENTS CHAINS FROM CATCHING FENDER. A SURE TIRE SAVER. SET OF FOUR, $1. LETHBRIDGE AUTO WRECKING CO., 412 4th AVE. SOUTH. 258-0 A GOOD PROI^OSITION-For quick sale, a 24-roome(l house in the centre nf the city; well patronized; owner having to leave t-ity wishes immediate disposal. Apply Mrs. Kautnan, Southard Block. ^ FOR SALE-Grocery business In the best miniiig (own in the Crow's Nest Pass. Large pay roll. Turn-over for last four inontli.s, $10,000, stock and fixtures about $3,000, or can be reduced to suit purchaHer. Reason for selling, (health). .Apply Western Grocers, Ltd., Lethbridge. 248-0 TO TRADli:-Team mares, also 1 two", year-old gelding, for milch cows, fresh preferred, .^pply N. B. Box 26, Ma-i grath, Alberta.__264-6 | TO' TRAD'E~o passenger car and $1000 to trade for improved quarter or half section of land; must be improved. P. 0. Box 360 Lethbridge. . 265-6 AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering win open in Lethbri/lge on or about Oct. 1st, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special rates to first ten who join branch ot Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., ot Winnipeg,. Regina. ! Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vanconvter and,; Calgary. Write or call for free cata-, logue Hemphill Motor School In old Palace Garage, Zud Ave,,. Lethbridge, ^ Alta. 2�i^A SONS OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LAUGE STORES, on 10th St. Lethbridge. In good repair. Readily convertible into .apartments, if desired, i'reo ot innumbrance. Reasonable terms. Apply to S. W. Burns, 10 Queen St. E.. Toronto, Ont, 233-1 RY A HERALD WANT AD FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid, CANADIAN HIDC AND METAL COMPANY' 220 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0 WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing In the rubber line. Any slie tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to p'.ease. 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 1664. 148-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY, LEADING PDNBR-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office pbone 561, residence phono 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. Always open. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-nrators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest Established painters In Lethbridge. Res. pbone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth-brlSge, Alberta A. MEADS-PAINTING, DECORAT-Ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 8th Ave. S. 117-0 WTEMBRY-PAINTING, DECORAT Ing, Paperhangingr Kalsomining, etc Best materials only used tor all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338. GTt. DRINKALL & SONS.-Painting and decorating. The home decorators. We paint anything. Otflce and shop 321 ffth St. S. 203-0 FOrTDECORATING, PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING SEE S. WHIT-AKER, 612 7th ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. �BEST MATERIALS USED. 8PIRELLA CORSETIERF.E Appointments Made Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN, Suite 69, Dominion Block. 259-0 SPIRELLA CORSETIERE ALLT LADIES OP LETHBRIDGE and vicinity, north of 6th Avenue south, call upon mo to be measured for a Splrella corset, brassleras, blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Corsets from $3.50 up. Mrs. P. A. Parker, 1816 7th Avenue North. Phone 1356. / . lOO-il BUILDERS' SUPPLIES CEMENT. LIMB, WOOD FIBRE Plaster, Empire Finish, Hollow Tile, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Brick, Roofings, Building and Tar Paper, Pira Place Mantles and Grates, Tile, Beaver Board, Plate Glass, Muranese Glass, Common Glass, Auto Windshields, Mining Supplies, Fire Brick and Flra Clay. The Wwt-ern Supply & E-iulpment. Co. L,t4. Phone 1014, FourU St. Soutii, Leth brlds*. 43-r KING EDWARD'S "SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR' GIRLS, Cranbrook,' B. C. Healthy climate, Comtortab'e homo, pupils prepared tor matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parisienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rlngton. Principal. l'44-lOl ACCOUNTANTS. PARRIS, DBAPBR & COMPANY. Accountants, Trustees and Financial Agents, Audits. Investigations, Systems. Telephone 1616. Office Room 5, McDonald Block. HERBALIST 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 :2tb SL N.- 188-0 CHIROPRACTOKS SMITH & SMITH-HYRDM SMITH and June B. Smith.-It 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 tor 25 years. Literature on request, Mrs. O. Thomas, 919 lOth St. S. Phone 684. 1190 _WHAT ABOUT THE FUTURE_ The' International Correspondence Schools have helped,_more men to successful futures than any ot.lu'r institution in the world. " , I. C. S. training is simple, quick and certain. Mail the coupon now. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS 745 ST. CATHERINE T. MONTREAL, QUE. Explain without obligating me, how I can qualify for the position, or in the subject before which I mark X. Electrical Eng. Draftsman Mechanical Eng. Architect Mine Foreman or Eng. Illustrator Steain Eng. ' ' Bookkeeper Civil Eng. Stenogrnphei Auto Mechanic Salesman If the subject desired Is not in the above list, write it here: DRS. GALBRAITH AND LYNN Otrico 914 Third Ave., S., Lethbridge. HOURS; Dr. Galbrtilth ..... 1-3 p.m. Mon., Wad., FrI............ 7-S p.m. Sundays 7-8 p.m. and by appointment. Dr, Lynn..............11-12 a.m. ..........,...... 3-6 p.m. Tues., TJiurs., Sat..........7-8 p.m. Sundays 2-3 p.m. and by appoint-� went. Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Ras. phone 599. DRS. DoVEBER, CAMPBELL, JtlOY^ CRAGO & BRYAN'S, Office Royal Bank Building, Office hours 1:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. . Phone 605. DRS. CONNOR, MoNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Tele-ph6nes: Office 319 j Residence ot Dr. Connor, 619; residence ot Dr. Leecli,,1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 tn 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-BAIi. jHYE, NOSE & Throat: 115 Sher;ock Bldg, Otttc� hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phones: office 341; residence 593, DR. p; W. TULLBR-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 3 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.20 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Ottlco 780; residence 420 Sth St. S., PJione 14G4. DR. J. E. LOVKRING. 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 Singing. 12C5 Sixtli Ave. A. S., Phone 133C. 225-26 MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent ot pupils entered tor the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South, MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER ot Plono, Harmony ond Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped iwith black* board, koybourd, scale ladder, modulating beard, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. JOSEPH BANNER, pupil ot the Virgil Piano School. London, England, gives lessons In piano playing, organ _ playing, singing, "Ital|an [ 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 Southern Alberta. In residence in Lethbridge after the 20th, in the meantime plsone 1653, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 26. Piano, theory, vloUn, orchestral and band Instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher In all departments. Modem methods. Many free advantages. Phone 765.  THIRTEENTH SEASON. Name.............................. Address ..........................I. 249-0 H. McG. YOUNG, teacher ot voice, piano and theory, pupils' recitals held at Xmas, Easter and June. Tor. onto Conservatory exams held in June. During the past two years ail 4, pupils trying these exams were successful. Tuition fees; Twenty, twen^ ty-five or thirty dollars for twenty lesso'as, according to grade of pupil and department of instruction^ Present and former pupils ;USuui,teea. Technique clavier for practice' at the studio, 414 A 5tli St. south, first door south, of Orphc-Jn 'Theatre. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5-6 Acadia Building 012 Third Avenue South Business Cards .(Continued) WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N, Kuth. corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. CLEANING AND DYEING 1;HK valet ~ SPECIALISTS IN yPrench Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention Is given to country orders. 324 Bth Strebt South. Phone 1812. LOO SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable tricob W-^ call tor and delivcd 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 NOTICE - WE USB'- UP-TO-DATE methods, give good service and do good work. We make ladles' -.vear -fit and workmanship the very best. The Elite Tailors and Cleaners. 710 3rd Ave. S. Phone 466. "59.26 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONE 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called tor and delivered. Frank Miles, fill 4th Ave. *auti- CLAIRB S, DOBLR-Teacher of piano playing and thfeory, fifteen years' experience in preparing candidates, most successfully, for Toronto Conservatory examinations. Also teacher of the Fletcher Music Method, Simplex and Kindergarten. The Fletcher niusic method has been endorsed liy leading musicians In Germany, France, England and America. Studios at the Y.M.C.A; House phone No. 1072. 243-26 EYES TESTED j.M.HEHDEBSOH-SlCHirSPECI&UST .Pifficu\t Cascs^a Specialty bfllce at Wriali'fs Je^vcllcry Store ' J' Hpui.;;i2 (vi'rii.  l\p 5 p.m. DANCING. MISS GLADYS ATTREE is re.'sumlng her classes ot ball room ond classical dancing at the 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, Lethbridgs Day and Evening School. Shorthand. Tyepwriting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone of Principal 1831. 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 the exception of contagious dis-eases. Mrs. Holwig, Matron, 316 14lh Street South, Phono 739. 51 ;