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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta t*AGE TWO THE LETHBR1D01S DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. .4. til- Coming Fr.-Sat. CHARLES CHAPLIN in "AMBITION'^ A 4 REEL REVUE Special Tonight-Tomorrow THE CHORUS LADY' A WONDERFUL LASKY PICTURE WITH CLKO KIlXn^LY, MARJORIE DAW AND AN ALL-STAR COMPANY. A SPLENDID AND VIVID PIC TURIZATION OP LIFE IN STAQELAND Also Miss Alice Sinmi, contralto, in song E'^IE^S- "Lords of High Decision" The First of tha Red Feather photoplay* to be leen �t the EmpreM Eighth *r:^^fi.' THE GHOST WAGON AND PLENTY OF GOOD COMEDY TOMORROW LULA GLASER IN "Love's Pilgrimage to America" 5 Great Acts-Also Comedy THE SACRED CANTATA "QUEEN ESTHER" WILL BE GIVEN IN WESTMINSTER CHURCH BY THE SENIOR CHURCH CHOIR Good Friday, April 21st. AT B O'CLOCK, SHARP LMdvr, MRS. FRED JACKSON; Accompanist, MISS SODIEBIEG Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c TICKETS CAN BE HAD FROM ANY MEMBER OF THE CHOIR OR FROM MR, H. Q. KILNER, 18T DOOR NORTH OF CHURCH ENOERS NURSING MISSION BENEFIT D-A-N-C-E On MONDAY, APRIL 24th IN THE K. OF P. HALL Tickets $1.00, Exta Lady 50c. TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DOWNTOWN DRUG STORES MUSIC DONATED BY THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS. Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE l^eft'Touth Phone 632 ORAVING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Ldmlt�d. Offlc*-C P. ft. Fralght 8h�d�i PHONES: OffIo� ........... 1181 Stablsa .......... 10(4 STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA --Fine old violin. 1241 6th Avenue A. Apply 110-3 FbR SALE-One used piuno. Just liko new. $220.00, on easy terms. Mason & RIsch, Ltd. 8S-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR SALE-Privately, a few pieces of golden oak furniture in first class condition also some kitchen turulturo at J. B. Router. 621 9th St. S. 107-0 Th� vary first thlnn to ifo when you'v* lost any-thlnn, or found any article of value, la to aand word to tha Wants. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Young girl to taka baby out. Apply 432 13th Street S. 107-0 WANTEJD-Good woman cook lor a small restaurant. Address Box 1, Herald ofllce. IH-8 n'ANTBI>-At once, pianist for muslo departmenL Apply manager Hudson Bay Co, 108-0 WANTED-Competent stenographer for established business In Lethbrldge. Apply Box 50, Herald. 109-6 WANTED-An elderly woman or widow to care for two children. Oood home for right rarty. Apply Box 34 Herald. 109-6 WANTED-Man to run Ford delivery auto in city. Apply giving experience, references and salary required to Box 49, Herald ofBce. 110-0 WANTED-Competent young woman as stenographer and typewriter, and to assist in retail store. Address In own handwriting, with references, to Box 46, Herald. 109-0 WANTED-Printer, good man to take full charge of country weekly office on rental or percentage basis. Good proposition. The Gazette, Grassy Lake, AlU. 109-3 FOR SALE FLAX SEED CLEANED AND SACKED $2.50 per bu. or .^2.25 loose At our farm, S miles south of I^thbridge, Phone R411 THE FELGER FARMING CO., LIMITED. Pile* Cured In 8 to 14 days Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT faUs to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First application glv&s relief. 50c. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission, 413 14th 8L S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenxie, Grad. Nurse FOR SALE-To sell privately, Singer sewing machine, drop leaf, 7 drawers, In good condition. Price $25. DGS 10th Street South. lOu-6 FOR SALE-One Edison Gramophone lias only been slightly used. Can bo paid on easy monthly payments. Mason & Rlsch, Ltd. 9S-0 FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terms one Ave roomed cottage on 12th St.. one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 616, Farmers' Lumber Co. _S8-0 FOR SALE-Choice flax, for seed pur-poses; high purity and germination tost. Will fill any size order from one bushel to a car. Address L, P. Neft, yicVay ranch, Albion Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 FOR SALE-Black and red currant bushes, $1 per dozen. Lilac bushes 10c each. Also some very fine early seed potatoes. All goods delivered. Apply J. J. Wakelln, 1418 12th Ave. A South or Phone 1643. 106-G MASSAGE 6UPERFLOU8 HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOlNQ-r-MUs K. graduate ot the Ponnsy^ opacdlo Institute, Me^7 and Oymnasllcs iSii- ,, . ^_. cal Vibratory and'il lUfflMBB*"^ TreatmontB, Eleotrol:^WWiP' . pooing Treatments giyen by appointment only. Room 1 Hull BU. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith at d June B Smith-If you are sick aild want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and got well. Consultation free. Ofllce in resldonco, .903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 io 6; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 95-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR SALE-Shelving and partition, gag water heater with tsnk and fittings, one sate 8-inch walls, one Ford auto delivery. Will sell cheap, all In good order. Address Box 6 Herald office. 108-0 fOR Mogul 45 SALE-A bargain. 1 Ind hand kerosene & gasoline engine, good repair, used 2 ys., complete with t bottom stubble plow (Oliver) in good shape. A snap at $1500. Apply quickly. B A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. Phone 1178._109-5 FOR SALE-One 15-10 Case tractor steam engine and roller, including roller and tractor wheels, In splendid condition, for onB-thlrd of cost, A snap for town corporation, as a street roller or for farmers and thresher-men. Apply The E. A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. 3. __109-0 FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin vavieties, price for less than ton lots $1.75 per cwt, ton lots $30; carload lots, $28 ton, sacked t.o.b. Leth-bridge. Order early as tho seed potato supply la limited and these prices are likely to be advanced. H. Galviu, Phone R304. Lethbrldge. 73-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Uaarleii.'B Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates glr-en on aEpllcatlon. 1224 7th Avonuo South. Phono 748. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, gradilato nurses. 704 Gth Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 MEDICAL DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-Physician. Burgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.ra. oaico 914 Third Avenuft, Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye, Noae and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Offlc* hours 10-12; 2-6; evenlns* by appointment. Phones: Office 341, Ra-stdence 693. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMIE-SON-Office, lOD Sherlock Block, Telephones: Office 310; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. ro.;. 1.30 to 3.30: 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phy. siclan. Surgeon, Accoueher. 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phone 476. 60-0 DENTAL VIAVl VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Btrnet South. 31-0 DR. M. J. GIBSON-PentlBl, graduate of Royal CoUepo of Dental Surgeon* Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Room* fi and 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successot to Vrs. Courtlce ft Ollchrlet)-Graduate University of Maryland. Room* 8 and 9, Macdonnld Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrldge, Alta. ITO- DRS. MARRS �nd MARR8-Dentist*. Suoctssors to Dr*. Stewart and M> Clure Hour*: B to B. Office, Hlg. Inbothnm Block. Phone $74. OR. E. Q. SIMNIONOS-Denttst. member of Royal CoUega ot Surg^ona. (Eng. Licentiate Royal Celleg* ot PhyslclanR (London.) UD.S. 1�0�. Hour*: 9-18; l-B. Ottlca: M Hlf Inbotham Block. Phons leiA. DYEING AND CLEANING WANTBD-^Boy to help milk a tew cows, ride pony; state wages required. Good home for honest boy. Apply Mrs. Sam Palmer, Box 50, Grassy Lake, Alta. 105-6 WANTED-A cook tor Isolation hospital, duties to commence May 1st. Apply stating experience and wages required to Dr. Thomson, acting Medical Health Ofncer. 108-0 AGENTS WANTED-Reliable men or ladles in each town wanted to sell Easter . plants and Cut Flowers, also garden plants, etc., on liberal commission; no capita] required. Address Frache Bio*., Florists, Lethbrldge, Alberta. 105-0 FOR SALE-Standard bred trotting mars, dark chestnut, stands 15.3 hands, weighs 1175: will foal this spring to Judge Dillon. This Is one of the handsomest show mares in Alberta; also one horse, colt, will be one year old May lat, from the above Mare and Judge Dillon. If you want something choice see them. Also one rubber tyre buggy, McLaughlin make, almost new; one set single harness. See A. R. McGuIre at ilcKelvle and MoGulre's store. 106-0 FOR SALE-Meat market, only one In town, well established, doing good business, well equipped with refrlgo-rating machine, sausage machines, bone grinders and all necessary tools; 10 acres of good land; slaughter house; hog house, cattle and feeding sheds, wagons, 2 horses (both young), saddles and harness. In fact an up-to-date butcher outfit. Price $4000 or would trade for an improved Cana dian farm. Address J. W. Culver, City Meat Market, Butherlln, Oregon. 105-G WANTED-Men antt women to learn barbering. Wage* while leamlnc; tools tree. Situation gnarantaad. Information, book ot Inatractlon* mailed trea. Calgary Barber Cellata, 116 Centre iBt, near CJP.R. �*�oL 9�-0 WANTEtt-Man aa�.wom�t �o laua , barber trad* ; eight weaVs eiiaUflaa ; ; tools Ire* ; wages while leatBiac ; p*-] sition* guaranteed ; illuatratad eata-loii^ and pcrtlculais trea. Molat Barber Oollege, 104a Cantra St., Cal-Karr. ��� 2,000,000' Belgians Depend on us for Bread! MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of e-very description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Since shortly after the German invasion, the Belgians have depended for food entirely on the "Commission for Relief in Belgium". Their own store of food, even if not destroyed or pillaged, would last only three weeks-they have had no chance to raise more- and the ruthless Germans refuse to supply them I Backed by the Relief Fund Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works so generously contributed in the British Empire and the United* States, the neutral Belgian Relief Commission has impoited enough wheal, flour and other foods to feed the whole nation so (ar. The great majority of the 7,000,000 Belgians left in the country have been able Io pay for their daily allowance of bread-but a steadily growing number have no money left. Unless we arc willing to let these hundreds of thousands of women, children and old men starve, they must be fed at ihe expense of the Belgian Relief Fund. To make this possible tomeone must contribute nearly $3,000,000 a month-every month-all this winter! Mo people under the Allied Flags ate as well able to contribute generously as we Canadians I No cause has ever been more deserving of help! In the name <�' Justice and Humanity-for the sake of our own self-respect-let us give ail we can to help our martyred Allies! Cheques to be made payable to "THE TREASURER" BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, 59 St. Peter Street, Montreal, or to local committees. $2.50 Feeds A Belgian Family A Month. LOST AND FOUND REWARD-For recovery ot one bay mare, branded bird on right Jaw, and one bay mare branded RX under - on right thigh. $20 for the two or $10 for one. Return to S. E. Holman, Ta-ber. Alberta. 101-12 LOST-Two calves, 10 months old, branded 7D over quarter circle on left ribs, one roan, other roan with white spot on face. Reward for return or Information leading to recovery. Phone 1781, Lethbrldge. 107-G FOR SALE-Alfalm, timothy, mixed hay, bluololnt and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay AasociaUon grades. Farm Products Limited. 20i Sherlock Dldg. Phone 7T7. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS THE VALET-SpecialiatB In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the moot acientlllo methods applied without injury to garments Our work Is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 824 Sixth Streot South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. INQ WORKS-Furs remada and cleaned; suits made to order: best work. Only dyeing works In ths city. Phone 441. UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. DREkSSMAKING Superior Workmanship, Perfect Fit, Metropolitan Style. MISS WILSON. Room 1, Above Ryland's Store. UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Gmbalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Granite Works ot Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 861. Re. sldenco 284 7th Ave 3., Phone 1178. Opnn