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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE  ifeAIM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S * WANTS" AND "DON'T WANTS" ClassUiedAds/forThisPageMustbeinOfficeby 11 JOa.in., to Appear Same PjiF.~25c^a^ MUSTBEPAIDIN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. The lands are In tbe district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjnceat to the Old Man and Soutli Saak-atchewtin rlTcrs. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company Is looWnj for bona fide settlers. We wonid be pleased to' have yon inspect our "lands. ProspectlTo purchasers should make all inqnlrles dlrec: throogh the company's office at Medicine Rat. ^ We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND&IRRI. GATION COMPANY, LTD. Bex 677 Phone 242S MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA CHEAP LANDS 1200 ACRES, all plow land, 11 horses' and machinery, etc., etc., 300 tons 'o� feed. $25.00 per acre. $7000 cash, balance easy. SOOO ACRES stock ranch, one-third }^ash balance terms. Price $22.00. 3 ;QU^RTERS grazing lands, 112 per r'acre, % cash for 2 quarters, $300 Vill handle one Quarter, r HAVE FARMS big and small; cheap .and good. Do not wait tUl the laud goes up but buy now. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON Pincher Creek '22S-0 l-TO RENT-Two furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, fitted with gas stove. Apply 645 llth St. South. , 230-G LAND FOR SALE r�Tien R�olylnr Mention .Th* ifraiai FOR SALE-2 one-half sections of prairie land, close to station. No cash required from parties with good outfit. Apply to owner. Post Office Box 419, Lethbridge._ 228-6 � Sacrifice-640 acres grazing and stock land in Southern B. C, near town Bchobl and railway. Sacrifice price $5 per acre if deal can be rushed through Imnxedlately. O. E. Bart, 1235 10th Ave. West, Vancouver, B.C. 228-6 FOR SALE-1 section IS miles southeast of Lethbridge, fenced, new buildings, two-thirds broken, will sell the section or % section. For price and terms write W. D.- Johnston, Estlin, 6ask.__^_231-6 E'OR SALE-169 acres in Bottineau County, N.D. Will 'sell for $3000 or trade for cattle. Fifty-five acres under cultivation. Good house, bam and granary, well fenced. Situated on. large lake. J. T. Pritchard, Bruce, Alta. 230-9 T'OR SALE-$30 per acre buys section of.Al land, good soil, all fenced, new hip-roof bam, new house, 100 acres broken, 1% miles from st,^tion. This price includes six good horses, three cows, 10-20 Titan engine and plows, complex set farming. equipment. Requires $8000 cash. No. 2179.J Apply Dowsley Land Agency. 230-6 FOR SALE-Ranch. 160 acres in the big hay and range country, good fence, good house, deep well and winds mill, an unlimited supply of w^ater. Barn 30i80. Big board corral. Three miles from consolidated village, school. WiU sell for,$450p.OO or trade for cattle, J. T. Prltqhard, Bruce, Alta. . .' 230-9 GOING CONCERN - 480 acres IVa Jnlles-from-good town in one of the best farming districts in Southern Alberta; 450 acres under cultivation, 800 of which will be ready for the drill next year, partly fenced and good wells and bulldhigs. All first class laying land. Equipment consists of 10 bead of horses, 2 head of cattle, 18 hogs, flock of chickens, miscellaneous tools and a complete line of new ma-, chlnery too numerous to mention; 300 bushels of fine seed wheat and sufficient quantity of feed to run the place. This Is an Al proposition and will bear Inspection. Price $5S per acre, part �wsh and the balance at 5% Interest. Write, wire or phone D. A. Norrls, Medicine Hat. Alberta. 233-6 B. C. FRUIT LANDS, BUT TEN ACRES IN KOOtENAY Dlstrlot, British ColuhibJa, which Id fruits and vegetables, with cow, pigs, poultry and bees. �wUI pay you steady ubctantial profit*. Delightful warm climate, rich epll, good schools, dally trains, daily maila, dose to markets. Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery, })nntlng, fishing, boating. Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands 110 cash and tlO monthly without interest Write quick for free information. West Kootenay Fruit Lands Company. Dept. li:. Nelson, British Columbia. Ad a FORSALE 960 ACRES, first class grain and stock farm, with good bnildings, 6 milos from station, 8 miles from town. Apply E. Bevoridge, solicitor, Pincher Creek, Alta. , 232 FORSALE IVi STORY COTTAGE, six rooms and bath, gas in furnace and range. Price right. Small cash payment, balance arranged to suit. Inquire on premises, 1238 5th Ave. A, or R. V. Gibbons * Co.. Balmoral Block. 232-6 TO RENT When Replylns Mention Th� HcrslO. TO RISNT-Furnished bedrooms, 534 6th St. S., Phone 1296. 22S-6 TO REXT-Well furnished room in fullv modem private home. Apply 633 5th St. S. 22S-6 TO RENT-House 422 4th street, S. $25 per month. Apply 424 4th St. S. 232-6 TO RENT-Comfortable furnished rooms. Apply 4lS 9th St. S. Phone I1S2. 22S-6 TO RENT-Furnished front room, modern house, phone, suitable for two. Apply 521 5th St. S. 232-2 TO RENT-Rooms, large furnished or unfurnished light housekeeping rooms, gas. also bedroom. P. O. Bo.\- ISO. 233-6 TO RENT-Furnished rooms, fully modern, every convenience, 2 blocks from depot, -^pply 922 2nd Ave. S., or phone 229-6 TO RENT-Furnished front room in modem home. Phone, gas, close in, pleasant location. Apply 315 7th Ave. a . 228-0 TO RENT-Storage space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2ad Avenue South. Phone 732. TO RENT OR FOR SALE-3 roomed house, south side, one-half block from car line. J. W. McNicol. 229-6 TO RENT-About Sept. 1st, One seven-roomed fully modern bungalow with gas in furnace, hardwood floors; on "2 lots; In gbod residential district. Box SS Herald. 219-0 TO RENT-Moose hall, Higinbotham Block, Wednesday and Sunday. For other nights and terms see C. J. Day, Trustee, care of Lethbridge Sheet and Metal Works. 231-6 TO RENT-6 roomed house within 3 minutes' walk of post office. Rent very reasonable, gas in kitchen "stove and furnace. Furniture for sale. Apply 420 9th St. S. ' 231.� FOR RENT-In the Connaught Jlan-slons very desirable fumished housekeeping apartment, references required, no children. Apply quick Victoria Mansions Office, Third Ave. South, phone '636. 222-0 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself tbe benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Oor. 4th. Ave-and 10th St.. S. Phone 547. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT" HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKlNNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phone 1804.  Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses we will rent free of charge to the owner. Also to owners of apartments, no charge. Houses for sale. Rents collected. 232-0 SITUATIONS WANTED (When HeplyltiK Mention The Herald) WANTED-Experienced housekeeper desires position on farm, where one child would be no objection. Apply Box 54, Herald. 230-6 WANTED TO RENT {When Replylnc Mention The HeraMi WANTED-By business girls 2 or 4 unfurnished rooms, or 4 or 5 roomed cottage, with gas, close in. Apply Box 39, Herald. _228j^G WANTED-% section to rent or purchase, small cash payment, balance crop. Situated near railway. Must be-partly broken. Write box 28. 228-6 WANTED TO RENT - Cottage or small house, modern, on or about 1st Oct. Best of care exercised. Particulars to Box 30, Herald. 233-G WANTEia-By Oct. 1st, bungalow or 6-roomed modem house in good locality. Would he careful tenant. No children. Apply Box 34, Herald. 229-6 WANTED TO RENT-For the winter. Fumished Jiousekeeplng rooms in block or apartment house. Will take good care of furniture. Apply Heriild Box 29. 227-G WANTED-To rent a farm, preferably south of I.,ethbrldge, with everything furnished except labor, by a thoroughly experienced and reliable man. Apply Box 4, Herald. 232-C NOTICE Will John B. King, formerly of Nan-ton, or anyone who has knowledge of his whereabouts kindly communicate with Drawer W, Calgary. 230-6 REPLIES Have been received tor ihe following box numbers and are waiting to be called f--Wa'ltress wanted. Lethbridge Hotol. Apply 212-0 WANTED-Waitress. Grill. Apply Alberta 222 S WANTED-A good general 1703 7th Ave. s. Phone 572. servant. 2230 WANTED-Teams and teamsters. Ap-plj- Federal Coals, Ltd.. Hill Blk. 229-6 WANTED-A good woman for housework. 1703 7th Ave. S. Phone 572. * 223-0 WANTED-A good general servant, at once. Mrs. Conybeare; Rivervlew. 231-0 WANTED-Girl for genoral housework. Wages Ip suit. Apply Box 6, Herald. ^ 232-6 WANTED-First class coat hand at once. Best prices given. Apply Dodd the Tailor, 242 13th St. North. 229-G FOR SALE-Sn.ipriots 13 and liBlk. 23, Duff Addition City of Lethbridge. Will give clear title, ia.'ces paid, for $350.00 cash. This is less than half what was paid for them. P. O. Box 996, Saskatoon, Sa,nk. 224 12 FOR SALE-A fine business site in Nelson, B.C., in centre of town, refreshment stand on site at present and is doing fine business. Poor health is reason for .selling. For particulars write Box S7U Nelson, B.C. 220-24 FOR S.^LE - 6-roomed bungalow, semi-modern, first class material and workmanship, only built two months, cement sidewalks and basement, garage, fully fenced, on lot 50x135, one minute from car line. Price $3,500. Apply Box 17, Herald. 229-5 WANTED-Good strong boy to work in bake shop and learn the trade. Apply Gilmore Bakery. 2230 W.A.NTEt>-W'omau for housework, cue or two dftys a week. Apply 520 12th Street. South. 230-6 WANTED-Housekeeper on farm, woman with child preferred. Write G W. Weeks, Gen. Del.. City. 230-6 WANTED-A young girl for dish washing and light housework. Apply to Van Haarlem hospital, 1224 7th Ave. South. 329-6 WANTED-Dressmaking apprentices. Will also teach class of girls on their own work, evenings. Mrs. J. Ahrena; 912 Sth St. s. 233-1 WANTED - Lady teacher to teach English language, 1% hours each night. For particulars phone 1316, P. Wong. _228-6 SONS OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LARGE STORES, on 10th St. Lethbridge. In good repair. Readily convertible into apartments, it desired. Free of incumbrance. Reasonable terms. Apply to S. W. Burns, 10 Queen St. E.. Toronto, Ont. 233-1 ! WANTED-Carpenters, long Job, thirty houses, wages sixty-five cents per hour, nine hours a day. Apply Imperial Oil Co. plant, Itegina, Sask. 229-12 SNAP COMPELLED TO LEAVE THE CITY AND WILL SELL MY 4-ROOMED SEMI-MODERN COTTAGE AT A SACRIFICE AND ON EASY TERMS. APPLY EVENINGS 918 9TH AVE., SOUTH, PHONE 1759. 229-6 TO FARMERS AND OTHERS WISHING TO BUY A HOME IN LETHBRIDGE. WANTED-Girl or woman for house work on farm north of Kipp. Pay to suit. Start immediately. Phone R51B Monarch or, apply Box SO, Herald. 224-12 WANTED-Experienced male bookkeeper, must be adaptable. Good future for right man. Apply in writing, stating salary' required, also past experience to Box 55,j,Herald. 229-6 $5.00 PRIVATE CHRISTMAS OREET-ing Card Sample Eobk free; representatives already makihg five to ten dollars daily. Bradley-Garretson, Brantford, Ont. ^ Ad O We have a very large listing of houses for sale, both, large and sihall. Easy terms. We can furnish you with particulars on application. Apply A. J. BLACKBURNE & CO., Real Estate and Insurance. Phone 1084. Acadia Block. 230-0 LOST AND FOUND fWhen BolylDB Mention The Hcraid; LOST-My military registration papers for the United States army.- Finder kindly return to No. 1 Fire Halll Elbert Lee Gregg. 229-6 STRAYED-To N. E. corner, lot No. 12S20, 1 small black sow, with 7 pigs. Owner ilay have same liy paying expenses. L. R. Shrum, Coaldale. 233-6 LOST-Grey gelding 9 years old, weight about 1400 lbs. foretop clipped, brand on left thigh. $10.00 reward for Information leading to recovery. Albert Green, P. O. Box 167. Taber, Alberta. 223-20 STRAYED-From C. S. Crest's farm, 4 miles N. E. Lethbridge, 5 months' old brown suckling colt. No brand. Last seen in Lethbridge Saturday af ternoon. Liberal reward for returp or information leading to recovery. Phone B 116. 228-6 $25.00 REWARD. AVill be paid for the arrest and conviction of the parties who stole from the Parkland Hotol an Oliver typewriter No. 384196, and the recovery of the machine. David Clarke, Parkland, Alta._ 232-6 LOS'F^ne bay gelding, six years old. No brand visible. Also b-y Clyde 7 years old, branded, white right hind toot, v,hite stripe on face, blind In left eye, swollen left hind leg. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. G. Lunde, Farons, Alta., P. O. Box 120, of phone 705. 230-6 STRAYED-From my farm at Product, one brown team geldings, well matched, weight about 2900 lbs. branded on right thigh, quite dim. Last heard'-from east of Lethbridge going north. Write or phone H. R. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Bonnell. Lethbridge. 224-0 STOCK WANTED (WTien Replying Mention "The He.'aliJi FARM LABOR-We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now ,on the ground waiting for. work. .'Tj^ire pr phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 St.-S., Lethbridge, phone 545. 95-( > : ? ? ? : ? > > WANTED - Smart girl for : the housefurriishing and crock-: ery department. Apply Mana-ger Hudsons Bay. 227-0 c, > .;. � > > : * > � �' ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? > : ? > ? MONEY TO LOAN-$10,000.00 up on large farms, ranches and Irrigated lands in any part of Alberta south of Edmonton. W. P. Nelson & Co., 416 5th Street South. 228-6 ? * > � CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office BuildiuB. Phone 701. Office hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 168-0 BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hdnd. D. B. McDonald,. Gunsmith and Locksmithj, 6th Street S., opposite Herald Office. 62-0 FLORlSTl. FRACHE BROS. For Floral Designs Roses, Carnations and other seasonable flowers. Phone 1003, Lethbridge 229-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND Brr^IffESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS. Craribrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlsienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-101 ACCOUNTANTS. FARRIS and DEAPER, Accountants, Trustees and Financial Agents, Audits, Investigations, Systems. Telephone 1C16. Office Room 5, McDonald Block. NEMISCAM WANTED-A live salesman at once. We have exclusive territory ready for the right man. Permanent position and most liberal terms. This opening will stand investigation. Write today to the A, Mitchell Nursery Company, Limited, 202 l.O.O.F. building, Calgary, Alberta. 233-6 AGENTS WANTED-$1,000. You can malie it in your county with our fast selling combination cooker. One salesman banks $388.55 the first month. Another agent sells 20 in two hours. Others cleaning up $10 dally. No capital necessary. Goods shipped to reliable men on time. Territory going fast. Wrire nuick to secure your field. Combination Products Co^, Pos-ier. Que. Ad U Send a Dominion Express Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. 50 MINERS WANTED Steady work guaranteed, good accommodations, houses for men with families, mine thre? miles north of Taber. Regal Collieries, Ltd., Taber, Alberta. 216-24 > ? : : > When you have cattle, sheep or hogs for sale, phone 1796. BILL CHALLES, 117 12th St. A. south. Lethbridge. 209-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE a Dominion Expreaa Money "Order for five dollar's costs tliree cenLs. \ Notice is hereby given under section 210 of the Rural Municipality act that 1 large steer and 1 dry cow, steer is red and white; cow is light color. Cow is branded on right hip and on Jeft hip. ^eer is br.inded on left ribs, and has large horns. Were impounded in the pound kept by iho undersigned on the S. W. % Sec. 18^ Tp. 10, Rge. 14, W. M. 4 on 28th day of August, 1918. Dated at Purple Springs this 28th day of Augu.st, i#iS. Ad P rtOBT. .iHi/thi/a ? ? ? ? �> : WANTED ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ins 6-fi Bryan Block. Phohe 1071. I)U. L. T. ALLEN-UENTIST. (SUC cegsgr to Drs. Courtlcb & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Albert�. DRS. MARRS AND~MAaRS-DENT-Ists. Successors to Dra. Stowtert and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Higinbotham. Block. Phone 374 DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST. ORADU-ate North Weatetii pentnl University, Chicago. OHlce phone 785; residence phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 158-0 VIAVI VIAVI A HOME REMEDY tor women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request Mrs. O. Thomas, 919 1st St. S. Phone 584. lld-O 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, law;i .mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1108 1253 6th Ave. A. South. 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 fill sickness with the exception of contagious diseases. Mrs. Helwig, Matron, 316 14th Street South, Phone 739. 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 1541. Write for Full Information. VULCANIZING UP-TO-DATE TIRE REPAIRING AND retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 790, 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manp.ger. WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thlng in the' rubber lino. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't thibw away that old tire before you see us, it may be-, worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, B. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal Bank. Phone 1664. 148-0 UNDERTAKING T. s. FETTERLY, LEADING FUNER-al director and licensed embahner, motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House ' .Offlee phone 661, residence phono 1176. Open day and night. MACKAY fr 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-orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsominlng, ^ General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. A. MEADS-PAINTING. DECORAT-Ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 Sth Ave. 8,_____J17-0 W. EMERY-PAINTING, DECORAT^ ing, Paperhanglng, Kalsominlng, etc Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S^honeJSSS^__ ]?AINTING, DECORATING, PAPER-hanglng and Kalsominlng, etc, H. Cunningham, 513' 19th Street North. Phone 1223. 199-6 g. T. DRINKALL & SONS.-Painting and decorating. The home decorators. We paint anything. Office and shop S21 6th St. S.' 203-0 FOR DECORATING, PAlNT-INP, AND PAPERHANGING SEE S. WHITAKER, 612 7th ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MATERIALS USED. 8|y,:(ippotiit- Hient. .' Dr. Lynn ............,' ;il^l2 a.m. ____........... 3-5 p.m. Tues., Thurs., Sat..........7-8 p.m. Sundays '2-3 D.m. and by appointment. . . Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Res, phono ,599. DRS:"I5BVEBEiR,"CAMPML^^^ CRAGG & BRYANS. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours 4:30-3 p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 605. 0i DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 318; Residence of Dr. Connor, 019; rcsldei'.co ot Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to. 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. DR. TAYLOR-EAR, EYE. NOSE & Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: office 341; residence 593. bR.~P. " W, l^ULLER^^PkYSlCIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 8 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.20 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; residence 420 _8th St. S., Phone 1494.____^ Dlt: "J. E. LOVERINg; Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equipment. Offlca and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 CHIROPRACTOF.S SflllTH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and .Tune 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. music Contralto. Teacher of Singing, 12C5 Sixth Ave. A, South. 2l:,>i;G MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng.. last year were successful. Studlo,J23_^h_Street_South. _ MRS. W. H.'~JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching, experience. Studio fully equipped with black' board, keyboard, scale liddor, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 'S'th Ave'. A. South. MISS CLARE S. DOBEL-Teacher of Piano and Tlieory. Pupils prepared for any examination desired. Studio No. 2, Phone 765, Conservatory ot Music. _ 225 0 LEO M. CO'OMBS-^wiir acceiitITlim-ited number of pupils In voice, piano and harmony after August 15tli, and announces a change oC studio address to 41G 12th St. A south, opposite Stralhcona Court. Ot the pupils prepared for B.A.M. and R. CM. examinations, 1007o were successful. ._______20.3-0 JOSEPH BANNER, pupil of the Virgil Piano School, London, England, gives lessons in piano playing, organ playing, ainging, "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 Southern Alberta. In-residence in Lethbridge after the 20th, In the meantime �phone 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 20. Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Corti.1ed teacher In all departments. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phone 765. THIRTEENTH SEASON. H. McG. YOUNG, teacher of voice, piano and theory, pupils recitals held at Xmas, Easter and June. Toronto Conservatory exams held during latter part of June. During the past two years all pupils trying these -exams were successful Technique clavier for practice may be had at the studio, 414 A 6th'St. south, first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Resuines teaching Moa-day Aug. 20. EYE.S TESJED J;M.HEMDERSOH i SIOHTSPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office .11 Wriylit's Jf.wcllcrv Store tiaui^ 10 to 12 iiln. � to 5 p.m. CLEANING AND OYEINQ IHB VALET - SPECIALISTS Ut French 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 6th,Street South. Phone 1812. LOO SAM-CLEANING, PRESSING, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable pricet.. We call for and dellved 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 3fd Ave, south. Phono-  1010. - . . 286-24 21 ;