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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 15, lf\16 If' LAST TIMES TONIGHT "FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE" 10% OF THE RECEIPTS GO TO THE RED CROSS SOCIETY DUET-MISS SIMM-MR. FLEMING Coining--Mon. and Tues. MARY PICKFORD SUPPORTED BY AN ALL-STAR COMPANY, IN HER LATEST AND GREATEST SUCCESS. "THE FOUNDLING" A STORY THAT APPEALS TO THE HEART OF EVERYONE AND PLAYED AS ONLY MISS PICKFORD CAN PLAY IT. HELEN WARE IN MPRESg, "SECRET LOVE" LAST TIME TONIGHT THE FIRST OF THE FAMOUS BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS AOS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTKl)-Competent geiiorol servant. Apply 1202 4th Ave. S. 100-0 WANTKI.)-Young Kin to tnke baby cut. Apply 422 ISth Street S. 107-0 WANTRD-Good woiniin cook for a small restaurant. .'VddrcsB Bo.\ 1, Herald olllce. 10S-U \VA.\TEO-.\ good trimmer at onca. Apply In person to MIsb Cooltsley, Koyal Bank niock. 106-2 WANTED-Neat, strong Ctrl to help with light house work, or competent maid. .J.pi)ly 1111 Bth Avenue South In the mornings or evenings. 107-S WANTED-A good general servant. Apply R. A. Wright, jeweler, qr 12-19 �1th Ave. South. Permanent situation. Wages $25 per month, 102-fi mm LAST TIMES TONIGHT "THE FIT" and CHARLES CHAPLIN Over five hundred people appear in the wheat pit scene, irvcluding money brokers and others familiar with life In the financial sections of Chicago and New York. "The Pit" was produced by Maurice Tourneur. The part oP "Laura" entrusted to Miss Gail Kane. PRICES: 10c & 15c MAJESTIC _PHONE 1722 NextMon.-Tues. Apri] 17--1S BUD FISHER'S FAV.OUS SUCCESS Mutt & Jeff in College Everything ncv/ this year � 50!2 :pi0PLE . j See Mutt and Jeff and then try i_to Stop Laughing BRING THE KIDDIES, Prices 2oc to .$1.00 ' SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY'S If?: Pony Express and Transfer SCHEDULE "A" : MORTGAGE SALE PrUSlTANir to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson mado the loth jday of April A. D. lylO, in a certain ' action wherein Oressa E. Tait is PlalnUfr Aud .Kate GiUelan is Defendant,- the roUowing lands and premises In the i'rovtnce of Alberta, namely, tot Eleven (11* Ulock "H" subdivision of Lots rive w>> Six IB) and Seven l7) of record in the Land Titles QfCice for the South Alberta Ixind Registration District iuii�;om the Crown or in the Certificate 'Mof. Title:-. � . TICiRM-S OF S.ALE: 10% cash at I time o� sale, loTo in sixty days, 25% jfli sistaofeilliB from date of sale. 25% 'in one- year, and remaining 25% In two years from said date of sale with interest at the rate of S% per au-ntim: f. FURTHER DIRECTIO.VS may be had.from the Auctioneer or the un-jfleraisned solicitors: Slvepherd, Dunlop & Rice, lieihbrldge, Albcrta-Solioitora tor the Plaintiff herein. Malcolm Young, Esti., Auctioneer. Ad. ,No. P The Ladies' Oraui;e Associaht!?! WILL HOLD A Whist Drive And Dance Oil Tite.sday next IN THE S.O.E, HALL ADMISSION 25c 25 Per Cent of Proceeds for the Patriotic Fund WANTED-Tailor tor alteration and repair work, wages J18.00 a week. Steady work year round. Phono or write, Garment, care of Cleaners & Dyers, Medicine Hal. Alta. 103-6 WANTED-Uoy to help milk a tew cows, ride pony; state wages required. Good home for honest hoy. Apply -Mrs. Sam Palmer, lio.x 50, Grassy Lake, Alta. 105-6 AGENTS WANTED-Reliable men or ladles In each town wanted to soil Easter plants and Cul flowers, also garden plants, etc., on liberal commission; no capital required. Address I'rache Bros., Florists, Lethbrldge, Al-J berta. 105-0 W.^.NTED-Meu ana women to learn Darberlng. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. In-formation, book of instructions mall ed free. Calgary Barber College, 816 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot. 3a-0 WANTED-Men and womtn to learn iKirber trade ; eight weeki qualities.; ' tools free ; wages while learninR ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata-loRue and particulars tree. iMoler Ilar-iier College, GOla C�ntro St.. > Cal-Kary. 37-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Pedigree Victory Seed Oats. Taylor MlMlug & Elevator Co. 97-12 PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR SALE-Second Hand Furniture Business, 12fiO 3rd Ave. South. Aiiply at premises. ' lOl-O FOR SAIjE-I'rlvatcly, a tew pieces of golden oak fiirtiUiiro In first oInH.i condition also some kitchen furniture at J, B. Router, 621 9th St. S. 107-6 FOR SALE - The Martin Transfer Business, situated In Lulhbrldgo. Apply -Martin Transfer, 809 7th Ave. S. i 101-0 MASSAGE MEDICAL FOR SALE-One used piano. Just like uuw. $225.00, on easy terms. MnHon & RlBCh, I-itd. 98-0 FOR SALE-To sell privately, Slniior sewing machine, drop leaf, 7 drawers. In good condition. Price $25. 903 loth Street South. 106-6 FOR SALE-Small Mutz runabout; just overhauled, trial allowed, $135 for quick ealo. Apply 1259 nth Ave. South. Phone 1162.____l^i"'! FOR S.M,E-One Edison Gramophone lias only been slightly used. Can bo paid on easy monthly payments. Mason &. Ulsch, Ltd. 98-0 FOR SALE - lllgli eraile Gerhard-Helntzmau piano, plain mahogany case, $250 spot cash. If intere.sted. phone 1568 between 0 and 7, evenings. ______103-6 FOR SALE-Second hand curs at the right price. McLaughlin. Fords, Hup-niobiles and Studcbaker. Just over-hatited, as good as now. Call at Standard Garage, Phono 564. 103-0 SUPERPLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-iVIUs K. M. Holmos grnduato of the Pennsylvania Orth-opttGdlo Instltuto, Medical Mnssago and Gyranaatlcs (Swedish). Electrical VIbratoif and Thorapoutlc Light Treatments, Blectrolyslo and Sham' poolng TreRtmehts given by appointment only. Room 1 IHiU Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-If you are sick and want to regain health, tiiko spinal adjuatmeniB and get well. Consultation free., Olllce In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 lo 5; 7 to 9. Phono 1677. 95-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen-'a Private Hospital and Motcmlty Home. Special raios given on application. 1224 lUi Avonuo South. Phone 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, graduate mirsea. 704 0th Avo. South. Phono 316. 47-0 .VIAVI li'OR SALE-40 tons hay, alfalfa or alfalfa and timothy mixed, off color. , $4.50 per ton In stack, 8 miles south-I^IAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to .Mrs. O. Thomas, 019 10th Street South. 31-0 east of city. Apply Freeman, 1260 4th Ave. S. 103-6 PCS'SALE OR RENT-On easy terras twttjflve-roomed cottages, one with blirfi. on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 516, Far- morB' Lumber Co., Ltd. SS-0 DYEING' AND CLEANING IMPKOVED B. C. FARM FOR SALE LOST AND FOUND BALED HAY FOR SALE Phoue 632 >:408 Fifth : Street South DRAYINa OF ALL KINDS - GARDENS PLOUGHED DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. OffIe�-C. P. R. Freight Shed*. PHONES: Office Stable*. -1163 1064 J 600 Acres at MarysvIIle, B. C, 54 mile from railway station, post office, store, hotel and school. All fenced, good buildings, 70 acres summerfal-low, 50 acres ready for spring plowing, abundance pure, running water. Whole farm can be irrigated if desired. Splendid local market. This Is one of the beauty spots of the Ivootenays. $25 per acre. Small cash payment, balance easy to right party. For particulars apply to p. Lund, Box 189, Lethbridgb, or phone 516. Ad. No. "E" STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WAI^NER, NEW DAYTON I THE NURSING MISSION �TToyldes'Vlsitlng nurses for mater-!pity and all medical and surgical '^ases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the clr-� ieumstances ot the patlenL Poor :patlents cared for free of charge, ii Graduate nurses tor private duty '.also provided. For further partlc-iylars apply to the Nursing Mia-,-|lon, 413 14lh St. S. Phone 1233. i[MlE8) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. �(Vllss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse sfMlsa) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse ^ ' ...... I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN EDWARD LONG, LATE OF DULUTH, IN THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, ONE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DE-CEASED; XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the estate of the late John Edward I.,ong, who died on the Eighteenth day of Augnst. a. d., 1916, are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors for the Administrator on or before the 29th day ot May A.D. 1916, a full statement of their claims and of any securities held by them duly verified and that after that date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having re-S^rd pnly to tjie claims of w^hich no-^co. has been filed witli the said goUiStors: ;:.^; B^ted fit tb^ City of "Lethbrldge in th8;J'rovlnce^"are. dark chestnut, stands li',.3jp c i p i Pnt^^rlr quarter circle over E L on left thigh i "iinds, weighs 1175; wiU _ foal this 1 ^ ""^ roultry and Crow's Foot on lelt shoulder. Re- j ward for information leading to re- j covery. Eagle Speaker, 411 4th St. I South. Lethbrldge. 102-5 ; LOST-One blue-grey mare, age 3. '; branded I.. B on right thigh, brand ' blotched. $10 reward for Information leading to recovery; thought to be in Raymond district. Write Sick Farm, New Dayton p. 0. or rural phone. 105-12 TIJIS PAGE GOElS TO PItBSS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MyST BE DELIVERED by THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION Day � as OttDKlU'M THE SAME CATARfiH ot the BLADDER reiievL'd in 24HOURS Each Cni imrno Jt2r Jifware nfof*unter/ett^ In tlie Supi'enie Court of : Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbrldge. BETWEEN: No. 2183 adSEPH .JACKSON and WILLIAM 7 F.. CAMERON ,V .;;;and .Plaintiffs ; JROBERT'-C. FITZSIMMONS ; ' >y: ' j ' Deteadanl TO:' -i '- T>IE 4B0V.?;"^NAMED DEPENDANT: '}t.\K& '^pTKiE Uiat this action lias be^n Qommenced against you for the re6bver>' of $18,117.73 and Interest from February ind, 1916, at 8%, 'being the amount due under a cer-jtaln Agreement tor Sale made be-(tweenyou and the Plaliitiffs for the purchas'ft'by ytn ot Lots One (1) and Itwo (2) 'In T31ock Six (6) according i to a plan of part, of the South-Wesi 'Quarted ot Section Thirty-Two f32j in Township Nine (9) Range Twenty-One (21) Wdst ot the Fourth Meridian in ther Province of Alberta of record in the Land Tltlc-o Oifice tor the South Alberta Land IteRistratlon dlHlrict as "Royal View 6223 Y." lioserving tliereout and therefrom all coal or other minerals together with all the good.s and chattels in the building tlicveon and for foreclosure and !;nch otb.i^r n.-litf a.s to the Court may Btoio ftjeot; AXn TAKE FruTUlOR XOTICV: ^ that you ar.i roquii--li lo enter a ;S.:ui.-ment oT �Dercncf nr Demand of ' No!lei; with the CliTit of lliii Coiii-t at I.C'tlibridKe by .MA- if.ili .\.i). VJIO: SUei.ln.-rd, Dunlop & Rice, Lethbrldge, Alberta, , Solicitoj-a fQi: the I'laintUfs Heroin, I Approved: SALTS IF BACKACHY AND'KIDNEYS HURT Stop Eating Meat :for awhile if Your Bladder is Troubling You When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney region it generally means you have been eating too much meat say.s a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid, which overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and ihey become sort of paralyzed and logty. AVhen your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them like you relievo your bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste else you have backache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your storbach soiu's, tongue Is coiited, and when the weather is bad you have trheufnuUc twinges. The iirlne Is cloudy, tiill of sediment, channels often get sore,-'water Bcalds and you are obliged fo- seek relief two or three limes duclpg tha night. Either consult a:-goodi reliabl'e physician at once or get from your pharmacist about foiir dunces of Jad' Salts take a tablespbonfitl iii a glasB j� w.V-er before t>reaKfaBl for a inu days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice combined with lllhiu, and has been wfid tor generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys; also to neutralize acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, tlius ending bladder weakness. Jud Salts Is a life saver lor regular meat eaters. It Is inexpensive, cannot injure, and makes a dellglilful efferveacent lllhta-water drink. .1. D. HIginbotham &Co., Limited, IJrug-gli-ts.-AdvertlHoment. '^'^i!^,^" �i""'^^ 'f !''"or SALr^-Sotting hens, 313 6th of the hnndsomes show mares In Al-^Ave., south, or phone 720, Star Paint berta; also one horse, colt, will be \ ^,-.j one year old May ist, from the above - -'------ .Mare and Judge Dillon. If you want ;HATCH1.\0 KGGS FOR SALF-S. C. something choice see tliem. Also one l'^^Leghorn, pen headed by Bar-rubber tyre buggy, McI.,auRlilln make. , ''""Cam cock, bred to lay, $1.00 a almost new; one set single harness. See A. r. McGuire at McKelvle and McGulre's store. 106-0 FOR SA1..E-.Meat market, only one in town, well established, doing good STRAYED-From my farm, 1 black business, well equipped with refrlge- 3 year old gelding, 1 white hind foot, i rating machine, sausage machines, ,.....^ .,. ,,, ,u u.noav weight about 1100 lbs., braiidea ME ; bone grinders and all necessary tools; ! Lake and Innistail, and hens Ist, 2nd on left thigh, last seen In Raymond . iq ,acres of good land; slaughter I and 3rd Lethbrldge 1914 setting, $1.25 in carrier to go by rail. Mr.s. OooUnicht, River Bottom, east ot Power Plant, phone 503. 107-1 WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS-I can spare a tow sittings from my best pen, containing Ist and 2nd pullets at Raymond, 2nd and 3rd Grassy on April _7th.$10.0_0_ reward to anyone i house'; hog house, cattle 'and' feeding j by^'odtererist'lUgh RiVJr alid^Itlfj^ for shutting up and holding for a week or 10 days and notifying Henry Miller, Spring Coulee. Alberta. 107-6 STR.'VYED-One black gelding, star on forehead, branded on iefc shoulder Ten dollars' reward for information leading to recov ery. Matt -Maki, Enchant, Alta. IOC-0 sheds, wagons, 2 horses (both young), saddles and harness, in fact an uii- mond and 2nd Grassy Lako. At six shows last fail \ won 11 llrsts, 6 sec- to-date butcher outfit. Price $4000 orlonda and 3 thirds. Price $3 per 15. would trade for an Improved Cana-jc. J. Wyatt, Diamond Citv. 100-24 dlan farm. Address J. W. Culver, City Meat .Market, Sutherlin. Oregon. 105-0 ; LOST-From Lethbrldge, 1 gray mare and black filly colt, brandedHBn on left hip. Reward tor Infor-JMf^Sj, mation leading to recovery. C. I Association grades. Farm Products Collier, 302 6th Ave. A. South. 103^ 1 Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone FOR SALE-Alfaira, timothy, mixml hay, bluejolnt and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay FOUND-On the premises of Albert Filth, S.W. 1,4 22 8-22 W. 4th, one black mare, about 5 years old, has white stripe full length ot face, weight about lliro lbs. branded white stripe full length ot face, rii.ht shoulder. LOST-$10 reward for inforniation leading to recovery of these animals: One brown niaro, weight 1100, branded on left tliigli; one blue grey mare, weiglit 1300, branded on loft shoulder. Notify ii;. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Alberta. 105-24 TO RENT TO RENT-Furnished house, seven rooms, fully modern, full gas.connection, barn and garage. Apply R. V. Gibbons & Co. -102-6 J. A. Jackson, Ad. No. M FOR SALE FLAX SKK\� CLEAt^!F.D AND SACKED ^2.ry() im- hu. or -�2.25 loo.se At our farm, 8 miles south ot Lethbrldge, I'hone R411 THE FELGER FARMING CO., LIMITED. TO RENT - Fully modem 7-roomed house. Bath, etc. No. 319 13lh Street south. Apply Arthur llayr, caro of Hayr Hardware Co. 84-0 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theorj'. Over ten years, teaching expfl-enco. Studio fully equipped w h blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, otc. Studio 1226 nth Ave. A. South. 90-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The L>eco^a^ ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlug, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbrldge. Res. Phono 1472; offlco phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbrldge, Alta. IBO-0 AUCTIONEER MISCELLANEOUS WANT^ WANTED-Top buggy. Must' be in good shape. Slate lowest cash price. t^'^?'^^�^..-,.-^.^..A?^ i Of a deposit of $5.00, which will bo TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed Tenders will be received by the Board of Trustees School District No. 3227, Magralh, Allierla, at the olllce of the Soorotary-TreasurHr, up lo noon, April 20th, tor tlie erection of a frame school building. Plans and siieclflcationH may lie obtained ,from the SocretaryrTreasurer on payment W.. U. WILHON, Llceneed Auctioneer, All yiuds ot lalea conducted. Torma reasonable. . Prompt sottlementi. Job lots of stocka ot merchandise purchased. I win also buy the entire contents of fumlahed housea. Head oinoe at the WUsoii Furniture r;o.. 416 l."!th tit. North Letibridgew Phone 1020. FRANK WADDINGTON-It xqn are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and leffecta, rcnsult Frank Waddltigtort, Lethbrldge, who will glre .^you. expert service on reasonable term?'. Twenty ypRrs'.experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory oxporlonco. Honours Certlflcato MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 fith Ave. A South. loading SO ton alfalfa, 2 miles north of Welling. Write or plione H411, the Felger Farralng_Co. J.td., 107-12 iUJVEilfiSER-ATacly ^vlth yoiihg baby would like name and address of lady from ijethbridge or district, travelling east via Minneapolis about Easter, with a view lo sharing Pullman drawing room. Address Hox 12, Herald Office. 107-3 LAND-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OR RENT-N. W. % of 17-11-20, wheat stubble, two roomed shack, fenced; a cholco quarter in the Iron Springs district. Apply 610 8th Street South. 105-3 ROO.VIS TO RENT-In tuHy modern house, with or without housekeeping privileges, furnished or unfurnished to suit. Apply 527 12Ui Street A Norlh. _ ^104-6 TO ItENT-7-Rnomb(f Ynodorn ho'ise. No. i;il4 6th Ave. South, In first class condition inside, has new range all connected up ready for use. Apply '.Mart Mo.Mahon, 1211 2nd Avo, South, . i'honu 4S6. 107-1 INFORMATION .WANTED Mrs. Nlcol of ioOl 8th Avenue S., Lethbrldge, would'.like to cojnraunl-cate with Mrs. Thomas ChamborB, or hear from anyone'who linowB her present ttddrass. JOB-0 LAND FOR SALE-1 Section of steam' plow land, all fenced, In Warner district, price $11.00 per acre, $3.00 cash, balance D or 10 years. Also have 1% section In Chin district with Improvements. Sell very cheap witli good terms. Box H-W-lty-^__103-6 FARM~FOIt SAL!'>-160 acres wlthTT head horses, 9 head cattle, 24 liouil sheep, poultry and ,maohinory, 5 roomed house barn granary and hen house. Good spring water. Bargain tor quick sale. For terms apjily F. (i. Clark, Tnyloi /lllo. Alia. 99-12 F(5r SAXl'V^ioacreslFrTg^^^ land adjoining Lethbrldge cliy limits on south oasL Small cash payment and liberal terms. Would irndo on quarter Boctlon. Apply 1^, A. McKor-rlchor, 428 19th Am N. W., Calgary, Alta, i02-6 lender AvlthVillans "fl speclllcatlons. The loSvcst, br any, tender will not neceHSIirlly bo^'ftccopted. .:�:}' J. J. FORSYTH, 'v.. Secretary-Treaauror. Magratlr,'Altai, April 7, 1916. Ad. No'. K. MONEY TO LOAN MONE'^" TO'jiOAN on large, well Improved fllrttlij,';;] Mouses lo rent. List your houHesC>vUh uS tor quick rental, llllnol8-Alb'at;ttt.Realty Co., 3 Macdtm-ald Block,..Pli^nu 1522. 103-0 Pasteititiiied Kills tha''TObterIa euuBing '^^iatIjf'' dls-oases. No, 'dll|ea�eu can be traced to Pas-leurlz&d Milk. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 ., . i SHOE REPAIRING' SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 for your shoo repulra. Woi'k done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. 611 4th Avonuo South. 52-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-lrfi,ea%ol alt kinds. Carloads or loss, Inqnlrs for quotations when buying or niw-Ing. Vfe are In totioh with the beat markets. Storage space for rent, i^xcetlent' baacmcnt for peilshabla goodo. Hyde & Saunders. Phono 1244. P. 0. Box 112. J�7-r-0 W. A. HENDERSON � COY, Lethbrldge : : ; Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountanta Avcountanoy in all Its branoUea: , Audit, eooretarial, Advisory, Bystomutlzlnj; ind Trust Work, Invea-iLgationa, Llquldationa, Acadia Building, Lethbrjasa  Realdent ' R. J. RITCHIE PATERaON," Ckiart^rad AocounUnt ,(�r,(�tjl I "ft .;. J ;