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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERAtD THURSDAY, APRIL ^0, lOlQ ' Tonight, Friday and Saturday in "MiGNON" BEATRICE MICHELENA Famous literary musical masterpiece In fllm-play POSITIVELY SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT TO WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN BEFORE CHARLES CHAPLIN On the Job in a rip snorter of a Keystone. Don't mits hi mat the Orpheum for the balance of the week MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LAST TIMES TONIGHT The Chorus Lady CLEO KIDGKLY. AND AN ALL-STAR COMPANY. Mis.s Simni in song Friday-Saturday CHARLES CHAPLIN in 'AMBITIOri ========== ip. ^arqmomt A 4 REEL REVUE OF HIS BEST PICTURES. FULL OF LAUGHS. & ^ - -.iijSi:T--------.-^^-wv.^ FUNNIER THAN "THE MIX-UPS." ^t^^^^wf^tiggSJ^^^ EMPRESS TONIGHT lulu glasen Love's Pilgrimage Amlrica FOR CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE COMEDY THIS CAN'T BE BEATEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bluebird Pliotoplays, (Inc.), Presents W,theDevirsBrew' with Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley, being a dramatic portrayal of the Opium Traffic, which has been forcibly drawn to the public attention by the raids that have been pullod off in our fair city this last few weeks. There will be some vivid scenes shosvn how the ladies partake In this as well as the gentlemen. mm Tenders are asked for the erection ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Young girl to take haby out. Apply 422 13th Street S. 107-0 WANTED-Good woman cook tor a siuhU restaurant. Address Box 1, Herald office. 106-G WANTED-At once, pianist tor music department. Applv manager Hudson Bay Co. � lOS-0 W'ANTED-Competent stenographer for established bu.siness in I..elhbrIUge. Apply Box 50, Herald. 109-G WANTED-An elderly woman or wid- of !i school for the Coaldale ConsoU-i o^^' to care tor two children. Ooj.d dated School District No. 9 of Al- i liime for right rarly. Apply Box S4 berta. The plumbing, heating, and , Herald. 109-6 ventilating to be in separate tender, all tenders to be on forms provided and to bo accompanied by a marked WANTED-Man to run Ford delivery auto in city. Apply giving experience, Plans and specifications can bo ol)- � WANTED-Competent young woman taiued from H. M. Wliiddlugton, arclu-. stenographer and typewriter, and toct, Sherlock building. to assist in retail store. Address in All fenders to be delivered to the , o,.n handwriting, wltli references, to secretary of the above school dist- i jjq^ 46 Herald. lOD-0 rict before noon on Monday the 8th day of May, next. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. No. R THE SACRED CANTATA "QUEEN ESTHER ?5 WILL BE GIVEN IN ^^^^STMI^sTER church BY THE SENIOR CHURCH CHOIR Good Friday, April 21st. AT 8 O'CLOCK, SHARP Leader, MRS. FRED JACKSON; Accompanist, MISS SODIEBIEG Admi.ssioii-Adults 2.jc. Children l-jc TICKETS CAN BE HAD FROM ANY MEMBER OF THE CHOIR OR FROM MR. H. G. KILNER, 1ST DOOR NORTH OF CHURCH JUDICIAL SALE OF CITY PROPERTY WANTED-Printer, good man to take full charge of country weekly office on rental or percentage basis. Good proposition. The Gazette, Grassy Lake, Alta. 109-3 WANTED-A cook tor Isolation hos. pltal, duties to commence .May 1st. Apply stating experience and wages rcciuired to Dr. Thomson, acting Medical Health Omcer. lOS-0 NURSING MISSION BENEFIT D-A-N-C-E On MONDAY/APRIL 24th IN THE K. OF P. HALL Tickets $1.00, Extra Lady 50c. TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DOWNTOWN DRUG STORES MUSIC DONATED BY THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS. Pursuant to the judgment and final order tor sale made in a certain ac-lion No. 9;i9S by the .Master in Chambers iu the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial IDistriet of Calgary, there f,hall bo offered tor sale by PUBLIC Al'CTION at the Court HoLise, Leth-bridse, Alberta, by Malcolm Young, 'Auclioueer, at VI o'clock noon on Sat-(irday, tlie ri'tli day of April A. D. l&li;, the I'uUovvIng lands and prcm-ise.s, namely. Lot 14 in Block 7, according to a plan of part of the City ot Lethbiidge of record in the South Alberta Land Registration District at Calgary as Plan T-.1-D, Lethbridge, being IIG Filth St., South, Lelhbridge. 'I'he vendor is informed that the said properly consists ot one lot 25 ft. by 1-5 ft. with a frontage of ..'a ft. on i'ifth St., iu the City ot Letlibridge. On the lot is a one-storey brick build ins 2o ft. by 125 ft. with a double plate glass front and full basement. Thire is no wall on part of the North side except 25 ft. which extends over pari of the next lot and the heating is supplied from the building adjoining AGENTS WANTED-Reliable men or ladies in each town wanted to sell Easter plants and Cut Flowers, also garden plants, etc., on liberal com^ mission; no capital required. Address Frache Bros., Florists, Lethbridge, Alberta. 105-0 WA.NTED-.Men ana women to learn oarbering. Wages whiia learning, tocis free. Situation guaranteed. In. foimatlon, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, Slo Centre St.. near C.P.R. depoL 33-0 WANTED-Men and womtn to learn harlicr trade ; eight weei� qualihes ; tools free ; wages while learninR ; positions guaranteed ; lllustratpd cara-loc;ue and particulars tree. Moler Hat-ber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary. 37-0 FOn SALEJ-Fine old violin. Apply 1211 5th Avenue A.__110-^ Foil SALE-Ono used piano. Just like PROFESSIONAL CARDS now. $22C,00, on & nisch. Ltd. torma. Mason OS-O FOU "SAi.,!;-icu" tn-enrii and tlonery Business, good going. Apply Box 40, Herald Office. tl-(> POTATOES Foil SALE-First class Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. O. Box (iGl, H. Galvln, bethbridgo. 111-6 ''I''-li^Ga'_^tn. I^othbi-idge. 111-0 KOii "sale-Pi-Tviuely, a few pieces of golden oak turnlturo In llrst class condition also some kitchen turnlturo al J. B. Reutor, G21 9th St. S. 107-6 I-'On SAJjE-To sell privaloly, SIn.ucr sowing machine, drop leaf, 7 drawers. In good condlUon. Price $25. ",h;:! 10th Street South. UU',-6 FOR SALE-Brantlord bicycle, oush-iou trtune model. In good condition. Complete with tools and pump. Apply O. Beaton, 730 10th St. S. Ul-f, FOR SAi..e-oTfo^rtTsoiT Oramophone Has only been slightly used. Can bo paid on easy monthly payments. Mason & Rlsch, Ltd. 9S-0 FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terms one five roomed cottage on 12th St.. one block from the Fleetwood school. Phono 516, Farmers' Lumber Co. 8S-0 MASSAGE SUPERPLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-lVtl�� K. M. Holmo� eradunto of the Pennsylvania Orth-opaedlo InBtltuto. Mbdlcal Massage and Gytunaatlcs iSwedish), Eicctrl. cal Vibratory and 'riierapoutlo Light Troatmonls, Rlectrolysls and Sham-poolng Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. MEDICAL 3 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH &. SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-If you are sick and want to regain health, lako spinal adjustments and got well. Consultation Ireo. OltlKO in residence, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1077. 95-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR SAI^B-Blaclt and red currant bushes, |1 per dozen. I-ilac bushes 10c each. Also some very fine early seed potatoes. All goods delivered. Apply .1. J. W-akelin, 1418 12th Ave, A South or Phone 1G43. 106-6 FOR S.A.J,13-Shelving and partition, gas water heater with tank and lltt-Ings, one sate S-lnch walls, one Ford auto delivery. Will sell cheap, all in good order. Address Box 0 Herald onice. lOS-0 FOR^SALE^^^^ljaFglHlTTT isTogufllG 2nd hand kerosene & gasoline engine, good repair, used 2 vs., complete with S bottom stubble plow (Oliver) In good shape. .A. snap at $1500. Apply (luiok-ly. E A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. Phone 1173. U)9--5 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiL'a Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phono 316. 47-0 DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-I'hyBlclnn, Sureeon, Accouoher. Houra 2-3;; 7-8 p.m. Office 014 Third Avonua. Phono 1263, DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eyo, NoBO anfl 1 Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Ottloe | houra 10-12; 2-S: evonlnfs by ap- | polntmont. Phonoi: Otfloo 341, Re- .,; eldence 693. |j DRS. CONNOR, McNALLV A JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence f-619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.;, 1-30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. ] R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phy- !| slclan, Su.geon, Accouchor. 1324 i 4th Avonuo North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phono 470. 60-0 DENTAL VIAVI VIAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 iOth Street South. 31-0 DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooma. B and 6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (succeasor to Urs. Courtloe & Oilchrlst)-Orad-uato Uitlveralty of Maryland. Rooma S and 9, Maedonald Block. Phono 1105, Lethbridge, Alts. 170-0 DRS. MARRs and MARRS-Dentlata. Succegaora to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to 6, Office. Hlg-Inbotharo Block. Phone 874. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dontlst, member ot Royal CoJInge of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London.) L.D.8. 1900. Hours: 912; 1.5 Office: 6-8 Hlg-Inbothnm Block. Phone 1616. VOW SALI3-One IS-lii Case tractor steam engine and roller, ineludhif; roller and tractor wheels, iu splendid condition, tor one-third ot cost. A snap tor town cornoratlou, as a street roller or for fariucrs and thrcshor-mon. Apply The E. A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. S. _ 109-0 FOR SALE-Standard bred trotting mare, 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 Ist, from the above Mare and Judge Dillon, it you want i something choice see them. Also one 1 rubber tyre buggy, McLaughlin make, 'almost new; one set harness. ; See A. R. McGuire at McKelvio and 1 McGulre's store. lOfi-0 OYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-SpectnllBts In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its beat. Only the moat BclentlDo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812. �24 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-BMrs re-made and cleaned; suits made to ort^er; best work. Only dyeing works In th� city. Phone 444. LOST AND FOUND MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WAN'i^ED-TO rent, furnished house by young couple. For immediate occupation. Apply Box 44, Herald. 111-0 WANTBD^To rent two rooms on car on the Noi;th. The building is in first ; one bay mare branded RX under - FOUND - Surveyor's tripod. Owner may have same by appying to Mr, _ Feetwood, Manual Training School. {{^^'^^^^'^",,1 pho'ne." ApplyTu 1302 7rh and paying for this advertisement^ Ave.^outh/Clty. ^ W.ANTED-Well furnished room in a private family by a business gentle, man. Address Box 47 Herald. 110-(! REWARD-For recovery of one bay mare, branded bird on right jaw, and class repair and is at present unoccupied. The property will be sold subject . to a reserve price fixed by the Court on riEht thl-h S'O for the two or S10 ' WANTED-By married man, jobs, dig- ?or?ne' Rettn'to f E.^HoCn ^a- ^'"^f r^rdV/e'lo'ltlf '="'"'^10.'";" ber. Alberta. 101-12 ; EIL-"^'' 3rd_A\e, South.__________m-l, WAN'TEb - Tender tor baling and and subject to the taxes sub.nequent' LOST-Two calves, 10 months old,'loading 80 ton alfalfa. 2 miles north to the 31st December 1915, and to the reservations and conditions contained in the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the existing Certificate of Title. TERMS OF SALE Fifteen per cent, in cash at the time of the sale; 15 per cent In 00 days without interest and the balance in three equal instalments in 1. 3 and 3 years with interest at 8 per cent, per annum, or, at the option of the purchaser the whole may be paid within 60 days from the date of sale without branded 7D over quarter circle on left ribs, one roan, other roan \\ith white spot on face. Reward for return or information leading to recovery. Phone 1781, Lethbridge. 107-6 LOST-Two bull calves. 10 months' old, branded 7D over quarter circle on left ribs, one roan, other roan with white spot on face. $10 reward for information leading to reoovorv. Phone 1781; 614 5th St. S. Lethbridge. 107-6 FOR SALE-Alfalfa, Umotby, mixed I hay, bluejolnt and straw ready for prompt shipment All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777; Residence Phone 365. 9-0 DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Frelghc Shedt, PHONES: Office ........... 11B3 etablea .......... 10�4 MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of cvei7 description jnade to order Get our prices and SEE-OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works aster Excursions FARE60NE-THIRD For the Round Trip TICKETS ON SALE APRIL 20-23 (inclusive) GOOD RETURNING APRIL 25. 1916 f:;0.00 REWARD-For the following animals. One bay maro 5 years old, _______ branded .T lazy C left hip, two white Interest In all other respects the con- , f^et. I'ad yearling colt. One bay gold-ditlons approved by the Master In ; jne. 5 years old, branded J lazy' C on Chambers will apply. For further particulars apply to Lent, .Tones, Mackay & .Mann, Calgary, Solicitors for the Vendor. Dated at Calgary tills 10th day of March, A.D. 1916. (Sgd.) J-.aurenco J. Clarke, Approved: Clerk of the Court. L. F. Ciarry, M.C. Ad. No. H left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldale. Apply E. S. Bowden, Taber, Alta. 97-25 ot Welling. Write or phone R411, the Felger Farming Co. Ltd., 107-12 TO RENT TO RENT-A 0-room modern bunga-Immedlate possession, gas, etc. Apply 052 Dth St. S. _ 111-2 TO RENT-Cottage; 931 10th St. S., fully modern, gas, etc., $10 per month. Apply 944 7th St A South, Phone C13. 110-6 TO RENT - Fully modern 7-roomed house. Bath. etc. No. 319 13th Street south. Apply -Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. 84-0 Travel via Canadian Pacific The Standard Road of the Weit. For Tlcketr, and Information apply to any Ticket Agent. R. DAWSON, niatrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta Sheriff's Sale PROVINCE OF ALBERTA TO WIT: BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION ISSUED OUT OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF LETHBRIDGE AT THE SUIT OF I.,OST-One blue-grey mare, age 3, branded running L B on right thmii, brand blotched. $10 reward for Information leading to recovery, thought to be in Raymond district. Write Sick Farm, New Dayton P. O., or rural phone. 105-12 TO RENT-in private house, large front room, suitabio tor one or two genllenien. Gas heat bath and phone. Breakfast It desired. Apply 014 tilli Street South. 110-(! TO RI-:T-A six room modem bungalow, 2 bed rooms turnishod, kitchen range all connected. Two roomers in house. Moderate rental. Vacant after May 3rd. Apply Alberta Picture Gallery, Hull Block, Lethbridge. 111-1 STRAYED-From my farm, 1 black 3 year old gelding, 1 white hind foot, weight about 1100 lbs., branded -ME on left thigh, last seen in Raymond on April 7th. $10.00 reward to anyone for shutting up and holding for a week or 10 days and notifying Henry Miller. Spring Coulee, Alberta. 107-G Georjfe Hyt STRAYED-One black gelding, star �" forehead, branded on left shoulder kjt)^ Ten dollars' reward tor In-(a^*>f^ formation leading to recovery. Matt .Maki, Enchant Alta. 106-0 Co., PLAINTIFF i AND IlyR'ieuic Dairy Limited DEFENDANT AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF HYGIENIC DAIRY CO., LIMITED I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Gooda and Chattels, namely: One Large Safe, One Standing Desk, One Bed, Two Stoveo and Pipes, Typewriter Desk, Seven Chalro, One IX)ST-$10 reward for Information . leading to recovery of these animals: t\rnw.n mnv. -...^Ir^U^ , -l ,____ , - Stool. AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK WX. MeKcnzie & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8, SHALL EXPOSE FOR WHICH I SALE ON TUESDAY, THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, 1916 AT HYGIENIC DAIFIY CO., 5TH AVE. A. SOUTH, CITY OF LETH-DRIDGE, AT THE HOUR O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. MALCOLM YOUNG, SHERIFF, Judicial District of Lethbridge. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Lethbridge, April 13, 1916. Ad T One^wn mar3,-weight 1100, branded on left thigh; one blue grey mare, weight 1300, branded - -.on left shoulder. Notify B. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Alberta. 106-24 For Sale-Eggs and Poultry LOSEY'S BARRETD ROCR'S - Most conslHteat winners In Alberta. Eggs $3.00. A tew cockerels left. Turkey and Pokln Duck eggs lOo each. Apply U. n. Ixjsoy, WInnlfred, AUa. lU-1 EGOS FOR SALE-Rose CombR. I. Ked, SIlby strain. Come and aeo my mating after 8 p.m. and be convinced that 1 have the goods. Cockerel Is full brother to 2nd Chicago winner. Ebkh $3.00 per 15 for balance of season. 8. HoUvlg, 316, 14th St. South,.City 111-1 WIllTK WYANDOTTE EGOS-1 can spare a few Hlttlngs from ray best pen, containing Ist and- 2nd puUots at Raymond, 2nd and' 'Srd Grassy OF TWO jLake and innlsfall, and hens iBt, 2nd and Srd LethbridBo,i.l914. Headed by cockerel isl Hlgli Slver and Ray mond and 2nd Grassy Lako. At six shown .last, fall I wun :U .flr8ta.-6 peo onds and 3 thirds. Price $3 per 15. C, J. Wyatt, Dlamona City. 100-24 FOR SALE THE BUSINESS OF E. J. JAMES-DAVIES & CO., OF GRASSY LAKE, ALBERTA AS A GOING CONCERN ; Stock 'consisto of- Dry Goods ............... $1466,01 Boots and Shoes .......... 701.70 GroceHes ................. 245.24 Hats and Caps ............ 103.20 Crockery and Glassware .. 57.97 Furs, Stationery and Dry Goods .................. 67.65 $2731.77 Flxturea, mostly new ----. 1200.00 UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. DKESSINIAKING Superior Worknianslilp, Perfect Fit, Metropolitan Stylo. MISS WILSON, Room 1, Above Ryland'o Store. UNDERTAKING 1! T. S. FETTERI.Y-tcadltiR Funeral Director and Embalraer; also agent for the SoniervlUe Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House, Phone 661. Residence 284 7th Ave S., Phone 117a. Opt'n rtav and nittht 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 Srd Avenue South,, Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN ffl. JONES Is opeuWs a class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr, H. C. C. Sfflmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of .Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C, Salmon. 1259 5th avg. S. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St South, LethbHdge - Hours: Day school, 9 a. m.- 1 p. m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evenings. 7.30 to 0.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, EInglish. Call or write for Information. 108-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. 'Over ton years, teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. 96-0 DECORATING [MrROVED B. C. FA KM FOR SALE 600 Acres at Afarysvllle, B, C, % mile from railway station, post office, store, hotel and school. All- fenced, good buildings. 70 acres summorfal-low, 50 acres ready for spring plowing, abundance pure running water. Whole farm can be Irrigated If desired. Splendid local market. This is one ot the beauty spots ot the Kootenaya. $25 per iicro. Small cash payment, balance easy to right party. For particulars upply to P. Lund, Box 189. Lethbrldgb, ar phono 51B, Ad. No. "E" FOR SALE FLAX SEED CLEANED AND SACKED $2.50 per I)ii. op $2.25 Iftose At our farm,. 8, miles south ot Lethbridge, Phone fMlt THE FELGER FARMING CO., LIMITED, WELLINGTON BROS.-The Uecorafr ors, Papfrhangeni and Painters; Kalsomlniug, Geueral Decorating and Sign VVrltlng. Eatlmaiea given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; offloe phone 1752, Shorlock Bldg.. Lethbridge. Alta. IBO-0 AUCTIONEER W LI WILSON, Lleenaed Auerloneor, All Hinds of aalea conducted. Tormt reasonable. . Prompt eettlementa. job lots of alocka ot merchandise pi:rchaaed. i will also buy the en* tire contents ot furnished hoiisei. Head omoe at ihe Hlla.on Fitmlture Co.. 41K i.".tii dt Norm IJeU^&^ldg^ Phono 1025. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effecta, c'.nRult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-hrldiie, who will give you expert aervfoe on reasonable terms, Twen-IV years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Aasn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168. 1253 fith Ave. A South. $3931.77 Tenders will be received by iho undersigned until noon the 2ivd day ot May 191S, for the stock and flxturos as per Inventory which can bo aeon on application to, BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO. Official Assignee, Lethbridge, Alberta. The lowest or any louder not necessarily accepted. FQR ^ALE! Choice Flax for Seed Purposes Hteh purity and Kerminallon tost. Will fill any size unler from ono bushel tu a car, A. B. McVAY, BARONS, ALTA. Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE ^S^reft'Touth 1*1�"C 032 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th Avenue South. 52-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND ftTRAW-Kied o! all kluda. Carloada or leaa, Inquir* for quotntlona when buying or a�lt tlnalious, Llquldaitoaa. Aaadia Building. Lethbr\ag(, Realdent R, J. RITCHIE PATER80N, Chartdred AccounUnt .(Ur.atJi ;