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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LUTHimiDGE DAIL? HERALD MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S "WANTS" AND "DON'T 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 Lets-Six Times for Price ol Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. FOR SALE �(ii> ACRES, first cl farm, with good from station. S ass pram and steel: buildings. l> miles miles (rum town. I -> it * > * * > ? > > ? : * SITUATIONS VACANT KEPLtES VVh.. Apply K, Roveridge cher Creek, Alia. solicitor. Pin- FOR SALE The lands are In the district between Retlaw and Medlclna Har. and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan river*. Those lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. Tho Company is lookln,; for Kina fide settlers. We would be p��*sed to have you Inspect our xls. Prospective purchaser* �**jj!d ni3ke all Inquiries direc: th oi'sh the company's office at Medicine Hat tVe have no otrtslde ngoncles r.d pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Phone 242& MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA �� STORY COTTAGE, six rooms ii'.ul bath, pus in furnaco and range. Price right. Small cash -payment, balance arranged to suit. Inquire llnvn boon received for following box numbers and nro waiting to be called for. if. ir.. in. is. os, 42, 53. ;>s. on, 61. OS. Apply 212-o Albi rta !20 PROPERTY FOR SALE 'VOlfn rteplyins Mention Th* Hf�rnM> FOR~SAl.T;" Thrcoro'oiued " shack""iimi x -125. A|>ply Owner, 322 12'h M-ii ou premises. 1.3S \". Gibbons * Co , th Ave. A. or K. Balmoral Block. - lots. J St roe: A. N FOR SALE-A modern cottage standing on two lots, $400 cash and balance as rent. Apply A. J Dlackhurno ."i Co. riione invi. Acadia Block. 2:11" FOR SAwK-Eight room! d liousc-fully modern, must lie sold at once Owner leavini: city. Tonus. Apply E. ).">� Sloan. Willis Piano Co. Hull Mock '-'-'.lal HVDt.vInc Mention Th� W A N "Tien - \V a It r ess w anted. * i Lethbridge Hotel. a 1 W.\NTE1>-Waitress. Apply ... Grill. .;. W.-VN'i'Kl'i �'Tenm~s"~anif loamsters. Ap*-.;. i ply Federal Coals. Ltd.. Hill Hlk. 229-0 WANTED - A good woman for house-Ttli Ave. S. Phone 572. 223-0 Girl for general house-os to suit. Apply Box t;. 232-0 Stationery engineer at | Lethbridge Coal Co.. | m. rhone 1302. 234-6 j ,ork. 1703 ! WANTKI) work Wastes i '.eraio. WAXTIP ouco Apply St.iffonl Bo'.'.c W.tNTM) First class coat hand "at oace ll'st prices given. Apply Dodd the Tailor. 243. 13th St. North. 229-0 WAN Tin- Woman tor housework, one or two days a week. Apply 52l> 12th Street; South. 230-0 WA.VTKD-Housekeeper" on farnT woman with child proferrcd Weeks. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (XV\,,n il�sdytn� Msnttoo Tho llnrmlili WANTKO -2 or 1! vara stock cattle, also ear breeding ewes. Apply Box 32. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Herald sii-t; w. CHEAP LANDS 1200 ACRES, all plow land. 11 horse? and machinery, etc., ate. 300 tons of feed. $25.00 per acre. $70o0 cash, balance easy. 2000 acres stock ranrh. one-third rash balance terms. Price $22.0". E QUa'RTERS grazing lands. $12 per acre. l� casfi for 2 quarters. $300 will handle one quarter. I HAVE FARMS big and small, cheap and good. Do not wait till the land goes up but buv now. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON Pineher Creek * 22S-0 TO RENT I per niotitii. Apply 4.'1 l!li St. S. ; 2;'2 li ; TO RKXT-L'nfnrnished housekeeping ' and single rooms. Apply 1222 :'.:-J Av. south. 2.:i- TO RFNT-Rooms, larse furnished c unfurnished licht liousekeepint; rooms. Sas. also bedroom. P. O. Hox 2.t:'.-ii TO Rl'NT- Furnished rooms, fully' modern, every convenience. 2 blocks from depot. Apply 1*22 2nd Ave. S, , or phone 1S6D. 22?''> , to_KENt-Storage " "space- tor all  kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. : Saunders liny and Grain Co., 1221 2nd � Avenue South. Phone 7ii2. ; TO Rl'NT OR FOR SALK-H roomed hotis�. south side, one-half block from car line. .!. W. McNieol. 22!�-'i: TO"" RENT-Two furnished" rooms.' suitable for light housekeeping, fitted ; with gas stove. Apply tlsd Ilth St. j South. 2-0-G i TO "RKNf-.Abo"iit~ Sept". "1st." One; seven-roomed fully modern bungalow | with gas in furnace, hardwood floors; | Ion 2 lots, in good residential district.! ! Box SO Herald. 21t'-o ; Mock. Wednesday other nights and Trustee, rare of Metal Works. TO RF.NT->> rooSed minutes1 walk very reasouab! FOR SALK Twelve lots, corner of1' Sixth Ave. N. and Thirteenth St. N . 'WANTKO on water and within t: SAt.K -St:ap. lnfs~l:i ami 11 Hlk" 2.1. Huff Addition City 0t Letlibridsre. \*i 11 gl\"o clear title, taxes paid, for On cash. This is less than half what was pa:d for them. P. O. Box !�:.. Saska'oon. Sask. 224-12 FOR SALK-Six room dwelling, in good i oiulition. Attractive, comfortable anil well lo.a'.d. with e.iMS-' Own- r leaving city. Furnituro .nclud-od if desired. Inuuire owner. Box 4.".. Herald. 1 "i MIS AI l-"--.\ "fin o luislhos'*' site in Nelson. B.C.. in contr> of tow::, refreshment stand on site at present : and Is doing fine business. Poor ' health 1- reason for s- lling. For par- ticulars write Box Nelson. HC 220-24 FOR" SAl.F. -" O-roomed" bungalow. semi-mod'Tti. first class material and workmanship, only built two months, cement sidewalks and basement, gar ace. fully fence i. on lot fi0xl"5. on-minute from car line. Price $::,"> cash, balance arranced. Apply 12.1 ^ 7th Ave. North. 2:'.4 SNAP hall. Higinbotham . and Sunday. Fo-: terms see C. J. Day.' Lethbridge Sheet and', ' 231a1. house within .1 >( post of fire. Rent gas in kitchen stove 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. Write Oon. I tel.. City. 2i:o-t; V young girl for dish washing and light housework. Apply-to Van. Haarlem hospital. 1221 7th Ave South. 220-1". WANTKO -A woman" or a girl for cleaning, pressing or repairing. Steady work and good wages. Apply K. Schen-beil. 1"S ,'th St. S. 224.11. WANTKO -Carpenters, long job. thirty houses, wages sixty-five pent? per hour, nine hours a day. Apply Imperial Oil Co plant. Regit!,-!. 22D-12 WANTKO -A capable maid able~to do j.lain cooking. No care of children. Kvery convenience, in home. Apply ,'.ir- Or. Cr.ii.-g. �72(i a;h Ave. S. 224-ii WANTKO- tlirl oi~wouian for house work ou farm north of Kipp. Pay to suit. Star: immediately. Phone R513 .Monarch or apple llox S'\ Herald. 22112 WANTKO-Kxperioticed male bookkeeper, inn be adaptable Coed future for rigiit man. Apply in writing, stating salary required, also past experience to Box 5.".. Herald. 229-G PR1VATK CI i RiS'i'M AS Ci K KKT ird Sample Book free; repre.--en-s already making five to ten en'i.ts daily. Bradley Garrot.-on, Branttord. Out. A.l I'Aii.M LABOR- We can supply farmer? with experienced help. A number of men are now on tho ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Heasley Employment Agency. 110 5:h St. S. I.othbridge. phone '.If.. 93-0 PATRIOTIC, steady, well pavd employment at home, in war or peace knit socks for us on the fast, auto knitter. Particulars to-cpnt stamp. Auto l-lnitter Com-Dept. C7i'. '1'.7 College St... Tor-Om ' �. Ad II HAY WANTED-A few ears of good Kreen oats, wheat, timothy or prairie hay, Must be baled. Write A. K. Knowles, Coleman. Altn. 2;;2-fi WANTED-Ftvo-passenger cur. must bo a snap for cash. State full particulars and prieo, etc., in first letter Write P. O. Hox KtS. City. XVM\ \V~ANT I ?iTe"(rirrii7\fol'ef iai~ii"iist be iu good running order, and cheap tor cash. Apply llox If.. Herald. 21!40x WANTKO-Second hand medium size coal heater. State condition and price to ,1. I... Post Office box 940. City. 214-tl FOR SECOND HANO . FIIRNITCRE of quality and variety, cull at. Woods. 7th St. S.. Hull block. Warehouse desk, office table, writing desks, kitchen ranges, store counter. Phone 1192. fjrifi-t; canadian patriotic fund dental OH. M. .!. OIHSON - 'DENTIST URAO'-uato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of n Dominion Dental Certificate. Of ties: rooms fi-il Drynn Hlock. Phono 1071. OIL L. "T."XlX'BN-UBNtlST.'"(Successor to Ors. Courtlce .t Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms S-n Macdonald Block. Phono 1105, l.otlihrldgo, Alberta. OILS. MAURS AND MARKS-D10NT-lsta. Successors to Drs, Stewart and ' McClure. Houra 9 to 5. Office: Hlg-J Inbothnni Block. Phono T.74. OR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST. ORAOU iito Nortli Western Dontal (inlvers-ity, ChlcaRo. Office phono 7SiV, res-idonco. phone 752. Offices: Onion Rank Building. 15S-0 MEDICAL ORS CiAliIlltAITtl Office "14 'Third Ave.. HOI'ltS: Hr. Oalbralth Mon.. Wed., Frl.. Sundays Y-S p.m nieiit. Or. Lynn ...... AND LYNN S., Lothbridge. ..... 1-3 p.m. ...... 7 8 p.m. by appoint- uid . 11-1 a.m. 2-fi p in. 7-s p.m. appniut- LETHBRIDC.E BRANCH -- THIRD Floor Post Office Bulldlnn. Phono 701. Olllce hours during July and August; 10 a.m. and 4 pi.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1GS-0 BICYCLES CU'TVELANO AND INIMAN'bICY-" cles for salo. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. O. E. McDonald. Gunsmith und Locksmith. 6th Street 3., opposite Herald Office. viav1 VIAVI"aITOME" 1 l'KMEI)T f(ir wom-en's diseases and nervous disorders Successful for 25 years. Literature on request Mrs. O. Thomas. 'Jl'.i 1st SI. S. Phone 5S4 ll'.i'i FLORISTS. FRACHE For Floral f!2-0 BROS. Designs Roses, Carnations and other seasonable flowers. I Phone 1003, Lethbridge I 22'J-O i: gunsmiths GUNSMITHS it LOCKSMITHS -Gun barrels .straightened, guns restock J fd, gun work done by u gunsmith. | keyst made, locks repaired, bicycles, j typewriters, phonographs, any light ; machinery repnlred, lawn mowers | sharpened. 1). 10. Macdonald, Indian ' Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1032. ilth ; Stn-et. oppnsltn Herald Ollice i piano tuning U. H. CRli'PS, 'EXPERT TUNER-i Player-Piano and organ Repairer; | 20 years' factory experience. Hon ! ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London.] England. References to tho leading! musicians ot the city. Phono lltfS t 123.1 fith Ave. A. South. Titer, Tlmrs . Sal......... Sundiiy-i 2,'! p.m. and by nient. Office teU'iihone 123:1; Or. Lynn Res. j phono f.hO | ORS. OeVKBKR. CAMPBELL. HOY", | CRAliG .v IIIIYANS. OTfice '.loyal j Bank Building. Office hours 1:30-] 3; 7:3ii.\: 30 p.m. Phone, 503. } ORS. CONNOR, M c N A1. 17 Y~& L !C K C. I -Office, lO'.i Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 31�; Residence of Or. Connor. 019; resilience of Or Leech. 1007. office hours: 11 to 12 _iuti.: 1.30 to 3.30," 7 to S p.m. DR. TAYLOR " EAR, EVE. NOSE ft Throat ; 113 Sherlock Bldg Of[lc� hours l(i 12; 2 .".; evenings by appointment. Phones: office 341; residence 393. OR. P. W. TOLLER PHYSICIAN ami surgeon. Office Sheppard Mock opposite Starlaud Theatre, rooms �! to 1.. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: I 30 to 3.20 p.m. anil 7 lo S.30 p.m. Phones; Office 7S0: residence 420 Mh St. S.. Plume 14'.H. OR. J. E. I.OVERING. Physician anil Surgeon. X Ray equipment. Olllco and residence, S12 3rd Ave. south. Horns 11-13. 1-3 an.I 7-9 Telephone (i.iy and night 12-12. 290 n CHIROPRACTOF.S SMITH SMITH HYRUM SMITH and June II. Sml'li. -If you are sick and want, to regain health, tako spinal ndju. tmet;ts and got well. S5.00 ing C: tat iVe time- -simple day. 3 pany. onto. GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook. B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parfsienne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-101 ACCOUNTANTS. FARRIS and OEAPER. ~ Accountants, Trustees end Financial Agents. Audits. Investigations, Systems. Telephone 3GK-. Offico Room 3, McDonald Mork. private hospitals Office in oppostt to 3, 7 residence, 903 Model Bakcrv, 7th Ave. H. bourn 9.30 i and furnace. 420 9th St. S. FOR" "RENT-In "'the sions very desirable Furniture for sale Applv 2.'il->; Connaught Man-furnished house- LAND FOR SALE fWT.en tt�pt>-tti� Mention Th� il�r�iai FOlTsALE-1 section %S miles south-oast of Lethbridge. fenced, new buildings, two-thirds broken, will sell the section or Vi section. For price and terms write W. D. Johnston, Estlin. Sask._______________="}-_6 "FOR SALE-169 acres in Bottineau County. N.D. Will sell for $3000 or trade for cattle. Fifty-five acres under cultivation. Good house, barn and granary, well fencei'.. Situated on large lake. J. T. Pritchard, Bruce, Alta._________22'V .;. > .> NEMISCAM ARREN, Nemlscam. AUn. p-Fire, Hail and Live Real Estate and Farm Live Stock agent. Re^ro- . S. W Insurani Stock. Loans. sented in Calgary and Lothbridge. 193-Oc I FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? if not, go up to the "Y" today and ree for voursalf!------------------ - --..... ....... . ; the benefits and privileges awaiting i Fuu SALK Bell piano in a beautitui you there. The rates are low. '.'or. I s:'-'111 mahogany timsh. deep rich tone, 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phons f.47 i ""''>' -"'iEnlly used. Price $2on.eo Terms - ----.......-------- .....I to suit. Mason A: Risen, Limited. Bal- NOTICE TO OWNERS I moral Block, Lethbridge. 234-1 OF VACANT --------- HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON. McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN1' Phone lyi4. 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 chErge. Houses for sale. Rents collected. 2320 SITUATIONS WANTED j (When Replying Mention Thn lfer.-il73.00. Act quick. Lethbridge Motors i Ltd. _ 2.13 o; FOR SALE-Two enamel beds, springs and mattresses, dressed Morris chair.'; Wilton rug 7 x In. I'lione .'U.S. 23 1-0 j FOR SALE-A semi-grand piano, good : j tone, a snap for quick sale, can be i ! �icn any time at 913 13th St. S. 229-0 j FOR SALE-Order your props and ! ; cedar posts and eordwood now. Oeliv-} ered in short notice. Allen Gchman, : ; Caithness, B.C., about 20 miles west I of Fertile. 211-0 j t FOR SALE-- Good used piano in good i condition. $14o for quick sale. Easy ! terms. W>- will positively guarantee � - this instrument. Call Willis Piano ' ; 1 '-, WANTED -A live salesman at once, j We have exclusive territory ready for l the right man. Permanent position | I and most liberal t'-rms. This opeirn'.'j will stand investigation. Write today 1 to the A. Mitchell Nursery Company, I Limited, 202 1.0 OF. building. Calgary, I Alberta. 233-0 WANTED TO RENT {T7h�n RpD'.yln* Mention Th� H.ralili WANTED TO "RENT - CottaKe""or small house, modern, on or about 1st. Oct. Best of care exercised. Particulars to Box 2,0, Herald. 233-0 W ANTED TO RE NT-1," or~> s" section Improved land in Chin or Tube; district. E. D. Daughtrey, Chin. Alta 23.4-0 ' Oct. 1st, bungalow or house in good local- j Sinnott FOR SALE -Complete blacksmith anil 229-0 j wood-working outfit, 1 five horse-pow- i 50 MINERS WANTED Steady work guaranteed, good-accum-moda'ions, houses for men with families, mine three miles north of Taber. Regal Collieries, Ltd., Taber, Alberta. 210-24 WANTED FIRST CLASS SALESMAN for Dread wagon, .'dust have some knowledge of bookkeeping and be a hustler. Salary and com mission to good man. WANTED GOOD STRONG BOY to work in bukeshop nd learn the trade. JOHN G1LMORE, LTD., Bakers. 231-0 er motor, 50 lb. hammer. 2 forges, one drill press, anvil, shafting and pulley belts, saws and everything for a first class outfit. Apply 1101 4th Ave., North Lethbridge, Alta. 2,'il-C FOR SALE-A pair of long range field glasses, French make, 12 verres, admirably suited for fanners or ranchers for locating lost horses or cattle. A genuine bargain. Can be seen and i tried. Apply Box 1, Herald, I.elh- v in I GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE ,,, ,r' GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE Gin St bis whereabouts kindly communicate I J.outh, (Next to Simpson's). Second with Drawer W. Calgary. 33iji,' i har.d furniture bought, sold or ex- changed. Our mo'to: Reasonable house with garage, 3 bedroom.-; required, will pay rent in advance, for 0 months. Apply Pilling Land Co., Em-j press Block, Lethbridge. 234-0 NOTICE Will John R. King, formerly of ton, or anyone who has know-led AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NKW~HC1'fOfiTTof" flaToliire'lTtigiiiT^F-Ing will open In Lethbridge on or about Oct. 1st. giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special rates to first t'-n who join branch of Hemphill 'Trade Schools, i.ld.. of Winnipeg, lteglna. Saskatoon. Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. Write or cull for free catalogue Hemphill Motor School in old Palace Garage, 2nd Ave., Lethbridge, Alta. ' ;!el-o prices trial. aquare 020. deal. Give us and a Phone \VAI>{)lNGTON." THK" AUCTIONEER, HOTH SELLS AND 1JUYS FURNITURE. TII� TOP PHIC3 EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM HEEORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER (J P. M. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. I5UILDING, WW ST. S. At Diamond '.' ial Minos, Diamond City, Alta., 12 mllofi north of Lethbridge Experienced miners are making from $7 to $10 per day, nett. Daily Train Service Diamond train meotB outgoing and Ingoing trains from and to Leihbrldgo, Change at Kipp for Diamond City. 183-0 STOCK WANTED rv.tir. !;-.piv".iiB Mnntlon Tin Itnralrti When yon have entile, sheep or liogs lor s;,!e. ,,ln,i]o 179(1. BILL challes, 117 12th St. A. south. Lethbridge. 209-0 TRY A HERALD WANT AD II WILL BRING RESULTS herbalist TO TH E SICK - Before giving up hope try Rao's Herbal Compound* prepared from tho best known herbs, routs and barks. Write tor my Herbal Guide, or call personally. John Rao. Herbalist, 035 !'Rh St, N. 1SS-0 builders' supplies CEMENT.-"LIME." \YOOD"~iTbrE Plaster, Empire Finish. Hollow Tile, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. Brick, Roofings, Building and Tar 'Paper. Fire Place Mantles and Grates, Tile. Beaver Board. Piute Glass, Muranesii Glass, Common Glass, Auto Windshields, Mining Supplies, Fire Brick and Fir.i Clay. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. Phone loll, Fourth St. South, Lethbridge. 43--0 WATER LOCATOR WATEirLOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Oavies. 121,8 5th Ave. A. South., Lethbridge. Phono 1347. 97-0 ! welding i OX Y-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. | N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. i BAKERY ! iTri'fk''iTY^~c"^ ! ery, for pamry that you can dopond I upon being made, on home-made 1 principles. Kirk by & Co., 006 3rd Ave. S. Phono 1627. tonsori AL , LADIES COMFORT ROOMS No. I Hull Block. LADIES' OWN COMBINGS MADE UP Weak and Falling Hair Our Specialty llulrdresaing, shampooing, massaging, scalp treatments. For appointments. 233-0 Phone 392. NEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETHBRIDGE WE WANT 100 MEN al once to learn lo operate anil repair automobiles, stationary and tractor gasoline engines; day and evening classes; w ).ruiti you by actual practice; our own ijee employment office will help yo". choose a position after completing, as chauffeur, mechanic, tractor ongl'toov, or transport operator; special offer to first lo who join us; write or ->all for freo calalogne. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL Branches at Edmonton, Saskatoon, Re-UJim anil Winnipeg. Old Palace Gvagfc 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge,, , �  Alberta. PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN ; Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1224 7th Avenue! South. Phone 740. 1 T II E ('.WELL HOSPITAL-- Km" ' maternity cases and all sickness wllh the exception of contagious ill"' eases. Mrs Holwig. Matron. 3,10 , 14th Street South. Phone 729. EDUCATIONAL GAR BUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 3th St. South, Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwritlug, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 15S1. Write for Full Information. VULCANIZING UP-TO-DATE TIRE REPAIRING AND retreading our specl-lty. Express paid one way cn out of town custom. Prompt (service. Phono 79o. 208 nth St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. It. D. Ritchie, Man.ger. WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY thing in the rubber line. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. Wo aim to Charges ou out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tiro before you see us. it may be worth fixing. Free air on the curb bridge. Vulcanizing Works, E. I In & Son, 712 3rd Avenue near Royal Bank. Phono 1664, to 9. Phone. 107 MUSIC MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. B, Contralto. Teacher of Singing. 12'.5 Sixth Ave. A. South 2-'5 Loth-Chpp-south. 148 0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLV. LEADING FU.N'ER-al director and licensed emba|mer, motor or horse driven hoarcs. Parlors opposite Court House .Offico phone 661, rcsldenco phono 1170. Open day and night. MACKAY"'&" MACKAY-Funeral OI: rectors and Practical Ivnibalinors; oftlco and residence 802 i.rd Ave S. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment. Always open. DECORATING WELLINGTON' BROS.-THE DEC-orators, Pape.rhnngors and Painters, Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estlinntos given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. phono 1472; offico phone. 1752. Sherlock Rldg., Lelh bridge, Alberta. AT~ME~A0S-PAINTING, Ing and Paporhanglug. fill 8th Ave. S. '.V. EMERY-PAINTING. OECORAT-I'lione 090 117-0 OECORAT ing, PaperhanKlng, Kalsomlnlng, etc Horn materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 930 9th Street S. Phono 338. PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPBR-hangliig and Kalsomlnlng, etc. H. Cunningham, 513 19th Street North Phono 1223. 199-fi (J.~'l\ Dill N KALI, & SONS.-Pal n 11 jig and decorating. Tho homo decorators. We paint, anything. Office and shop 321 Gth HL 8. _ 203-0 FOR DICCOHAT1NG, PAINT-INvi AND l>API<:miAX(ilN<; SKK S. WHITAKER, 1SY1 7lli ST. S. IMIONK 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. REST MA-TER1ALS USED. shoe repairing SHOE REPAIRING tMIONE 1717 "for your shoo repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called Tor and do llvered. Frank Miles, oil 4th Ave South. second hani) goods WILL 111! Y AND SELl7 second-hand goods. Best prices paid for second hand clothes, old blankets and .shoos. Don't throw away old blankets or shoes as junk. Bring Ilium hero. Mr. Isaac ft Co., Arlington Hotel. Phone 27S, 310 1st Ave. H. i!22-(l MISS AILF.EN M. .IONKS -Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered for tho examinations of the Royr-1 Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio. C.23 9th Street South. MRS. W. II JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten yeara' teaching expeil'-nce. Studio fully equipped .with black' board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod. ulatlng hoard, etc. Studio 1220 5th Ave. A. South. MISS CLARE" S"n'um|.fi~'IVa7her ,f Piano ami Theory. Pupils prepared for any examination de-dred. Studio No. 2. I'lione 705. Con; ervatory of Music " 225 ii LEO M. COOMBS -will accept a limited number of pupils in voice, piano and harmony alter August 15th, and announces a change of studio address to 410 l:.'!b St. A south, opposite Strathcona Court. Of tho pupils prepared for R.A.M. and R. CM. examinations, 100','u wore successful. 203-0 JOSEPH RANNElCpupll of Hi,. Virgil Piano School. London, England, gives lessons In piano playing, organ playing, singing, "Italian Method," and theory. Careful attention given to fundamental principles, anil train-I ing lii * It- children. Joseph Banner i is in his eighth year In connection with public school music In Southern Alberta In residence in Lethbridge alter '.he 30th, In the meantime phono 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. , LETHBRIDGE ! CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ' J. GEO. HARPER. DIRECTOR. j Reopens Monday, August 20. Piano. � theory, violin, orchestral and hand ' instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar i ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, sing-1 ing, elocution, painting. Corlilied teacher in all departments. Modern l methods. Many froo advantages. ; Photic 705. j THIRTEENTH SEASON. ! II. McG. YOUNG, teacher of voice, I piano and theory, pupils rooltala 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 muy be hud at the studio. 414 A Oth St. south, first door south of Orphnum 'Theatre. Resumes teaching Monday Aug. 20. EYES TESTED J. M. HENDERSON � SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Oftlc� at Wri(|lit* Jewcllerv More . MvUi-.IQto .-.'< 2 to Vp-"i CLEANING AND DYEING 1'HB VAL10T - SPECIALISTS III French Dry Cleaning. Our proceM eliminates danger ot injury to Kar-intuitu. Only tho highest class work lurried out. No dyeing. Immediate attention Is given to country orders. _ 324 0th Street South. Phone 1812. l.OO SA5I- CLEANING, PRESSING. Repairing and iillorations well dono at reusonablo price* We coll for and dnllved goods 410 (1th Street South. Phono 534 . _ 261-30 LICE WI NO -TI IE TAILOR." CLEAN-lug, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Dollvory free. 809 3rd Ave. bouUi. Phons 1019. 280-24 ;