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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBniDOE DAILY HERALD KKIOA Y.'sKPTKMBKfV 20, 1910 WANT AD. PROFESSIONAL CARDS _-___ pair of waders, newly re- paired. Bear name "E. .1. I Howard for return to E. J. Tickner. 13th SU head of rams. 5 South-j down and one Lincoln, strayed to i southeast of city. Anyone knowing j whereabouts of same, phone 376 or I Box 47, Herald._________ uth St. "between" Starland I rind Hudson Store, a small purse containm- money and 101st Bait. FOR acres. 12 miles east shoulder'budge. Reward Jor return to I of Warner. 5i2 per acre, cash. Ford Harage. _____ 5S5-0 balance mi to 1.1 years. Honey to r-.vm on Improved farms, S per cent a herd of Hyssop s prompt service. N. B. Peat cattle around eight mile lake, a red TION FOR sheaves. 510 per ton delivered any pan ot ry, Dallas farm, Photic LAND FOR SALE shoulder. Ono light bay year- ling horse colt, no brand. ?5 each reward for information leading to recovery. Fred Barons. Alta. 234-12 "TlTsCELLANEOUS WANTS wishes furnish- ed room, fairly large and airy. Par- ticulars 10 Box 31, smalT shack. Musi 10 suit tenant. Give full par- ticulars to box 36, He.-ala._______24oj I KOR section laud all im- proved in crop this year. West of Caruiaugay, cash 5SOO. bal. over crop I payment. Price iier P.O. j PAUlTLANDS FOR SALE-East half of section 11-10-22. West of the 4th I M Across road allowance from ni- 1 nook Collieries. 1'rice 535.00 per acre Will allow purchaser commission, for terms apply lo C. Simmons, 2101 lOih Street W.. Calgary. Twin baby carriage in good condition. Apply 125 20th St. hand bicycle. Musi he in "ood condition. Apply 1101 llth St. S. ________________ WANTRD TO ol elgn: or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. Caret'-'! Ilepiy Box S5 post office. tenants. SITUATIONS WANTED separator man, has six years' experience. Apply at telephone office, Bnrdett. Alta. of all descnp- tlon, family work a specialty, collected and delivered to any part ot the city, SO cents per dozen pieces. Also nw. fernity cursing, excellent references Mrs J W Stowe, 2010 First Avenue Box 3S5. 237.0 FOR the Farm FOR 10 x 20. suit- able for a granary. Address Box 4- Heralfl. FOK cattle, can be seen at any time. Apply O. F. Hammill. j Alexandra weight 2700, 7 and S years, work any- where, can be seen any time. M. Glasgow, Commerce. Alta. icon-, of l-oi ses and o'f' or two cows coming fresh. Also one sow with twelve pigs. Would trade on piano in good con- dition. Write box 4li. Herald. SITUATIONS VACANT PAID IN Experienced general servant. Apply Box 23 Herald. 239-0 Porter tor Dallas voting :nan for office work in country "town; able lo do typewriting. Write statins experience to Box 43. Haral'l. 245-3 25c an insertion for twenty five words or less. Six insertions for the price of four. BE N Shoe shiner at Marble Palace Barber Shop. Apply to Ed. Kennedy. 24S'2 Clothing and furnishing I salesman. Apply McKelvIe McGuire. 246-G A girl able to sew wen to learn the tailoring trade. Also smart errand boy. Apply Thaell. The Tailor. 60S 3rd Ave. S. -4o-b Girl to assist in house work. Apply 314 12th St. S. _____ 24JJ-3 At" once. Woman or girl to help cook for threshers, Good wages. Apply stating -a-ages expected to Mrs. Henry Miller, Spring Coulee. 245-6 A capable general servant. .ply Mrs. Ewhrt. 1411 6tli Ave. Driver, for uillfc wagon, FOR single buggy, nearly now. or will exchange for a light dem- ocrat must be in good shape. Apply Box 3S. Herald. AUTO FOR passenger car. In good running order. Loth- bridge Auto Co. _ KOR sVcoricf hand cars. Ono Overland and one Reo. Baalim Motor Co. 22M FOR SALE cheap. E. M. P. roadster, in good running order. Inquire at hi- llaon Milling and Elevator Co., Coal- dale. FOR Edison "Triumph phom> graph with SO records, costing Will sell cheap for cash. Write or ap- ply to Juo. Spegar. 52 Church Street. grade Ger- hardt-Heintzmau Piano In perfect con- dition. A snap if taken at once. En- iiuire W. S. Adams, co. Hylands Store. .MASSAOE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Mis. K. M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- upacillo Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics Elec- trical Vibratory and Therapeutic Treataents. Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treattnonts given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i Smith Juno you aro sick nt.d want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and set well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. R., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours !UO to 6; 7 Id 9. Phone 145-26 PRIVATE t HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarloiu'a Private Houpital and Ma- ternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74G. Herbal Treatment fo- Nervousiipss. etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. O. Thomas, tiiy 10th St. South. 219-2G DECORATING FOK caieSsn niinsa 8 X 12 cost one fitabta 14 x 22. hip roof, cost J37S.OO. Both for J175.00 cash A. E llumphriss, 1M llth St., South FOR SALE or trade, 191G Ford car, live passenger, run about 1200 miles, in good condition, for other make of car. Must be late model. 0. Box 138. City. _____ Write P PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR roomed house, oil easy terms. For full particulars ap- ply'to owner, Mrs. Alice iu. Marriott, 1218 3rd Ave. A. S. FOR best of range cattle, at all times. Herefords and OurhamS, a specialty. Call A. M. Steed, Phone SB, Stirling or at Alexander Hotel, Lethbridge. good wages, steady job the year round. Apply Crystal Dairy. to assist with" office s'ork. Apply Western Mer-' cantile Co. ______________ "cook, middle aged pre- ferred and a girl for general house- work. Apply to 1224 7th AvenueJ3. FOR upright piaro. in good order, just like new. Was now for quick sale. Customer 1 nay make own terms. Used orsan in gooil order, I2i.00 on terms. Mason ft Risen, Limited, Balmoral Block. ?OK good milch cows v-itli calf at foot. Also 1 springer. We have been shipping in well brad breeding stock for the farmer who cares. See us before you buy. 610 8th St. South. Phone 48S." MRS. H. H. of j Singing. For particulars apply to, 1265 Gth Ave. A. S. 245-0 HANDLING Boy'to leani the baking trade. Apply John Gil- more. for dry goods store, must be over 14 years of age. Perm- anent job. Apply Rylands Co. 244-6 b'OK' SALB I Uxbridge piano in g'Md order; 1 No. 11 Remington type- writer in Al condition; 1 Layton ham slicer; 1 carpenter's mitre; 2 pair computing scales and a htuse full of in furniture and household goods. City 2nd hand store, 406 5th Street South. 1428. -41 TO RENT WANTED A girl 15 or 16 to assis in housework. One who cau sleep at I'.orae preferred. Apllly 302 12th St. South.. 241'-3 WANTED or. girl to eraf housework on a farm. No child- FOR well furnished rooms in a fully modem house. Apply at 5th St. S. or phone 12SG. ren Wages per month.'Apply 626 14th St. S. Phone 1134. between 21 and 40. Liberal salary and commission. Apply 4 to 6, and 7 to S, or write for appoint- ment. Apply, 105 Sherlock Building, Lethbridge. mechanic to manage shop hi Lethbridge; splendid opportunity for man with local repu- tation._Apply Box 4S, Herald. experienced general servant, good wages. Apply to Mrs. R. A. Wright 1249 4th Ave. South. Phone 1259 or to Wright's Jewelry store, Bal- morai block. or six good carpen- ters, best wages paid, guarantee work till first of year, 10 hours a day. Ap- ply T. Sttihbs, contractor and 'Guilder 1004 7th Ave. i in companion and help, a girl about sixteen attending school or business college, work light. Apply from 7 to 9, In evening to 1253 5th avenue A. South. THE port of Vancouver is making rapid strides towards becoming one of the finest on the Ameri- can continent. Many are being made in and along the har- to meet the requirements of the tremendous and growing commerce that is carried across the Pacific Ocean. Shipbuilding is being taken up with success and enthusiasm. Piers already are being extended end new ones built. The Canadian Pact- j iic Ocean and Steamships. Company Is the leader in the ranks ot progress. Just- now they are doing much.' to add to the equipment of the already well equipped harbor at Vancouver BO that passenger and freight traffic may be conducted with the utmost speed and convenience. They have recent- ly let a contract at a huge sum for tie deepening by 30 feet of the water- front bet-veen their skeds Number 3 and 7. This Improvement -will allow the most gigantic of ocean going vee- .tels to berth in comfort. On Saturday, August 26th last, the .Canadian Pacific Liner "Empress of Asia" docked at Vancouver, after one of her voyages from the Orient, carry- 468 passengers; >a heavy consignment of mails, and tons of freight, which included 5.005 bales of. raw valued at This silk TTM conveyed by special train to New Tori. In addition to wkat has al- ready been mentioned the if Asia" carried a large quantity of waste silk, cues of rubber, and it big quantitl of tea. The cargo, which is stated to have been the rich- est that ever crossed the Paciilc, will give some idea of Importance of Canadian Pacific shipping at Van- couver. ,1. The derricks and wharves are kept busy loading and unloading the Im- %poft and ciport freight, and realizing the great utility of tnen machines, tke Canadian Pacific) Company hoc 'tetrodueed the latest and best lau i Photograph 1 a mnel load- fill. The derrick to tae left of tfce filctun has a capacity for lifting 16 tons, and that to the right lias opacity 'or lifting 60 tons Both operated by electrically driven 16 ton derrick, which MM a beam of GS feet, is of taklog fifteen tod llfU from the sce- nt wharf if once an experienced clothing salesman. Mnst be first class window dresser. Apply to L. Keel, P. O. Box 583, Lethbridge. 228-0 stenographer with good education. Permanent position. I Apply Boi 37, Herald. 213-0 ronnied cottage, wa- ter-and light, being 638 12th St. A. Apply Si T. Batsford, Room botham Block. 5th TO RENT Higin- -From OHober 1st, 301 7th Avenue South, eight rooms, modern, gas installed. Barn in rear. Apply 532 35th St. S., evenings or phone i09. TO comfortable rooms in fully modern house, good location, on car line, phone connection. Ap- ply 429 13th. St. i'OR space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay Grain Co., 1221 2nd Ave. S., phone 732. 229-0 IPQ roomed house. Modern conveniences, gas heated. On car line. 1231 6th Ave. Appiy Mrs. C. McKlllop. 616 10th St. S. .235-0 TO rooms, in pri- vate home, two minutes' walk from business district, use of piano and phone if required. Apply 418 9th St. S. "38-6 WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperuangers and Painters; ICftlsomlnlng, General Decorating and Writing'. Estimates given. Tho oldest established Painters In Lethbridee. Res. Phono .1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leta- bridge. Alta.: EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth Street S.. Lethbrldgo. Hours: Day School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m.. Office open till n p.m.; Night School, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 'to 9.30. Courses In tenk- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business phone 1315, Res- idence phone 11531. 228-0 FURRIER fur work, remodelling cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott, Higinbotham Block, next city offices. WELDING MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAfTH Phyilclaa Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office Third Avenue, Phono 1253, DR8. CONNOR, McNALLY c 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office Ruldono 618. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to IS p.m. H. S. C, THOMSON, B.A.. ilclan, Surgeon, Accouchgr. 1924 4th Avenuo North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to 8: Ptone 478. DENTAL OR. M. J. graduate of Royal Collego of Dental 'Surgeons Toronto, and' holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms C and 6, Bryan Blook.'Phone 1071. OK. L. T. (successor to1 On. Courtlce ft uate University ot.Maryland. Rooms S and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. Lethbrldfte. Aita. DRS. MARRB and Successors to Drs, Stewart and Ho- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Ulf inbotham Block. Phone 874. DR. E. G. mea- lier Royal College of Surgeoni. (Eng; Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians L-.D.S. UCO. Hours: Olflee: Higinbotham Block. Phone 1811. UNDERTAKING T. 9. Fctterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; .also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone '56L Re- sidence 284 7th Avo. B., Open day and nighL S. Y. Funeral Director. 303 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision ot H. C. C. pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic, London, Eng. This year 100 par cent, were succesif.'. Studto 623 9th street louth. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal we caa weld it. Tho piece will be itronjacl where it a welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 6th 'Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, tticher ol Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching eiperienci. Studio- fully equipped with .hlaelt- board keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. and Forging! welded and'-reinforced. We conduct a general 6xy-Acetylene Gas Weld- Ing shop. Aye. South, near Ellison Mills. ,R. Bosnert, Box. 369. 196-0 SHOE. REPAIRING SHOE'pREPAIRINQ-rPhune; }717 lor shoe {.-repairs.: Wolk dona nromptly. 'Orders called for and delivered. Frank Milei. 611 4th Avenue South. PIANO TUNING G H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNES Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; HI years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leadiui musicians of the city. 1168. Ave. .A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING TO' RENT in the Victoria Mansions, one small furnished housekeeping flat also furnished suite containing parlor, bedroom and bath with light house- keeping facilities If required; no chil- dren. Apply to the Mansions office, Third Ave., S., Between one and four o'clock. THE In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its belt Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is. sure to you. Collect and deliver. 1813 324 SUth Street South. DRESSMAKING MISS 1 MacDonald Block. 229-26 once young man ai genera! assistant in meat and provis- ion store. Must be used to horees and have knowledge of meat business. W. M Glasgow, Commerce, Alia. Phone 24'. 206-0 once an experienced baker. Also boy to learn baking trade. Apply The Modal Bakery, N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. 339-0 the vessel's hold. The 50 ton derrick, a beam of 80 feet, can handle lifts direct from ears on any of the three tracks direct to the vessel's hold. This derrick been recent- ly installed. The second photograph snows a 15 ,ton dorriek (on the left) taking a two ton lift out of a gondola car on the second train-track. This lilt is being taken over a boi car The .50 ton derrick (on right) la hauling an lift in atop, of an onderframe for a Russian box ear.' photograph 3 shows the 50 ton ck swinging a Riwian box car uni derframe from car to vessel. Large atKt on the dock shown Ic thin pic. ture are up of which in size average akout 33 cubic (set From Oitse pictures It will that the Canadian Pnclflc have pro-' potstble' facHIfy of tW most up-to-date type for hanalinil nt.Itu Pacific Ufmlual) NOTICE Fencing Old Trail John Taylor states that he is fenc- ing off the old Raymond trail which runs through his farm, and ho issues a warning to motorists and others that they will have to take the section line now. ______ 246-6 LOSING HIS HEAD Mr. Will Crooks, MJV tells ,and amusing story in the Christian Com- monyealth, Illustrative of the way in ahich people in the. neighborhood wfiere he lives seem to regard him as j. little Providence to whom they can turn in all their troubles 'There was a man onte i6imd about sajs Mr Crooks, "wilo said to his v-ife, 'Wol'B the good of Crooks' E ain't no. good' And he 'went about the house going on like I this until h-s wife the matter Crooks' Why- ain't 'a no good'" it's three weeks since our sink was stopped up, ain't 't, and e ain't, oeeii rahnd }et "f JTHE WANT PH.GE GOKS TO PRESS EARLY ADS FOR THIS JAGC MIJSrjRBACH THB UBBALO OFOTCE-'BY- ONE O'OtOCW TO IN- aURE INSERTION ON THE UAV AS DBLIVBR-BD. The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases; and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. 1 'lGraciuate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. A. M. Tilley, Supervisor.1 (Mils) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurse. (Mils) Bessie Grad. Nurse 00 YOU BURN CQAi? The Grace Coal Mine is low ptcptrcd to can of all orderj lnd Medlcint i Everything In Accountancy, Au- dits, Investigations, Books kept, or written-up for Firm Partnerships. SRECIALTlM Municipal, Lumber, Mlniax, Manufacturing Retail Accounting _ Resident Partner, HOBT. J. RITCHIE PATRR8ON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;