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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JPARE TWO THE LETHUniDGB DAIXiT SATURDAY, APRIL 22, i91^| iRPHEU LAST TIMES TONIGHT in "MiGNON" BEATRICE MICHELENA Famous literary musical masterpiece in film-play POSITIVELY SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT TO WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN BEFORE CHARLES CHAPLIN On the job In a Hp snorter of a Keystone. Don't miss hi mat the Orpheum for the balance of the week Rf?*m.LANEOlJS FOR SAIE MPRES LAST TiMKS TONIGHT ph^o^'oSTa^ys ^*H0P, The Dcjvils Brew" With Lois Weber and Phillips Smallcy, being a dramatic portrayal of the Opium Traffic, which has been forcibly drawn to the public attention by the raids that nave been pulled off In our fair city this last few weeks. There will be some vivid scenes shown how the ladies partake in this as well as the gentlemen. MONDAY AND TUESDAY 'The Girl&the Game' CHAPTER SIX OF THIS GREAT STORY HELEN'S WILD RIDE LAST TIMES TONIGHT PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES CHARLES CHAPLIN in 'AMBITION' Ss ALSO LATEST WAR GAZETTE 0(iniiiij�'-Monday and Tuesday IIAZF.L DA^^ N IN in "My Lady Incognito" FOll SAllS-rino old violin. Aoplv 1241 fith Avcniic A.__110-;^ KOn SALE-Ono piano, Just Uko now. ?2i;5.00, on easy terms. Mnson ft Ulacli, Ud^__!)8-0 von SiAUK-Cnntoibury noils, Uc. per dozen plants. Apply P. O. fJo.v M!) or B. Klnaey, Uivor Uotloni. 112-2 PROFESSION All CARDS MASSAGE FOR SALE-Ico Cream and Contoc-tlonery Buslnoss. rooU going. Apply Box 40, Herald Office. 11-0 POTATOES FOU SALE-First class Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. O. llox CiCl, H. Galvin, Lotlibrldgo. 1120 ST. MARY'S W. A. WILL HOLD A WHIST DRIVE On Tiies., Apr. 2oth IN THE PARISH HALL AT 8.30 P. M. SCHEDULE "A" ; MORTGAGE SALE PURSUANT to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson made the 10tl� day of Aps* A. D. 1916, in a certain action wheryii Oressa E. Tait Is Plaintiff and Kate GiUelan is Defendant, the following lands and premises in the Province of Alberta, namely. J^t Eleven (11) Block "H" subdivision of Lots Five (5) Six (6) and Seven (7) of record in the Land Titles Office for the South Alberta Land Kegistratlon District as "Lethbridge 131S E." will be offered for sale by public aution on the 13th day of May A. D. 1916 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge in the Province o� Alberta. On the property there is said to be a dwelling house and a couple of small out-bulldlngs: The property will be offered for sale subject to a reserved bid and subject to the reseri-ations contained in the grant from the Crown or in the Certificate of Title: TEIRMS OP SALE: 10% cash at time of sale, 15%. in sixty days, 25% in six months from date of sale, 25% In one year, and remaining 25% In t^^o years from said date of sale with Interest at the rate of S% per annum: FURTHER DIRECTIONS /may be had from the Auctioneer or the undersigned solicitors: Shepherd, Dunlop & Rjce, ' Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Plaintiff herein. Malcolm Young, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad. No. P FOR^ALE! Choice Flax for Seed Purposes High purity and germination test. Will fill any size order from one bushel to a car. A. B. McVAY, BARONS, ALTA. DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C P. R. Fr�lshtc Shedk PHONES: Office ........... lies Stable* .......... 1064 MONUMENTS Daeatlstones and Crosses of every description jnade to order Get our prices and see our work before you buy. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works CAPSJ)tES, : CATARRH I of the BLADDER relieved in 24HOURS .Each Caj Bulo bears tl. name *�- Jleware ofcoun terfoUs FOR SALE THE BUSINESS OF E. J. JAMES-DAVIES & CO., OF GRASSY LAKE. ALBERTA AS A GOING CONCERN Stock consists of- Dry Goods ............... $1466.01 Boots and Shoes .......... 791.70 Groceries ................. 245.24 Hats and Caps ............ 103.20 Crockery and Glassware .. 57.97 Furs, Stationery and Dry Goods .................. 67.65 $2731.77 Fixtures, mostly new ..... 1200.00 $3931.77 Tenders will be received by the \m-dersigned until noon the :.'nd day of May 1915, for Uie stock and fixtures as per inventory' which can bo seen on application to. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO. Official Assignee, Lethbridge, Alberta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE : OF JOHN EDWARD LONG, LATE OF DULUTH, IN THE STATE OF , MINNESOTA, ONE OF THE UN-j ITED STATES OF AMERICA, DECEASED: NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\'EN that all persons having claims upon the estate of the late John Edward Long, who died on the Eighteenth day of August, A, D., ISUfi. are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors for the Administrator on or before the 29th day of May A.D. 1910, a full statement o� their claims and of any securities held by them duly verified and that after that date the .\dminis-; trator will proceed to distribute the \ assets of the deceased among the 1 parties entitled thereto, having re-; gard only to the claims of which no-1 tico has been filed with the said i Solicitors: { Dated at the City of Lethbridge in ' the Province of Alberta this 6th day j of April AD. 191t;, Shepherd, Dunlop & Rice, Solicitors for the Administrator. Approved: J. A. Jackson. Ad. No. N Sheriffs 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 George Ilyt PLAINTIFF AND IIys�ieiiic Dairy Co., Ijimited DEFENDANT AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF HYGIENIC DAIRY CO., LIMITED I have seized and taken into Execution the following Goods and Chattels, namely: One Large Safe, One Standing Desk, One Bed, Two Stoves and Pipes, Typewriter Desk, Seven Chairs, One Stool. WHICH 1 SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON TUESDAY, THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF APRIL, 1916 AT HYGIENIC DAIRY CO., 5TH AVE. A. SOUTH, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, AT THE HOUR OF TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. MALCOLM YOUNG, SHERIFF, Judicial District of Lethbridge. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Lethbridge, April 13, 1916. Ad T ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Young girl to take baby oui. Apply 422 laih Street S. luY-O WAN'l tl)-A niirse. Good wages. Apply 622 6th Ave. s. 112-1 WAiN'iiiU-Competent general ser-uint. Apply 1262 1st Avc^ li:;-6 WANTED-Competent stenographer for established business in Lethbridge. Apply Box 50, Herald. 109-6 WANTED-An elderly woman or widow to care for two children. Oood home for right party. Apply Bot S4 Herald. 109-6 WANTED-.^tan to run Ford delivery auto in city. Apply giving experience, references and salary required to Box 49, Herald ofHce. 110-0 WANTED-Girl to assist in housework, young girl will do. Mrs. J. W. Tennant. 1227 5th Ave. A. South. Phoue 1459. 112-2 FOR SALE-I'rlvatety, n few purees of golden oak furnituro In first class condition also some kitchen furnituro nt J. B. Router. 021 9th St^s^_l*^-Jl k6r sale-Brautford bicycle, cushion frame model, in good condition. Complete with tools and pump. Apply 0. Beaton, 7S0 101 h St._S^_ FOll SALE-One ICdTson Onimophono Has only been slightly used. Can bo paid on easy monthly payments. Mason & Risch, Ltd.* 9S-0 6UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-'Ml�a K.M. Ho1mo� grnduato of the Pennsylvania Orth' opaedio IUBtUuto._ Medical Maaange and Gyranastlcd iSwodlsh), Eloctrl-ottl Vlbrutoi/ and Therapeutic LiRht Treatmuiitfl. Rleotrolyela nnd Sham-PoolnR TrcatmeniB Klveu bj np-polntiueot only. Room 1 Hull Bllt CHIROPRACTORS FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terms one five roomed cottage on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 516, Farmers' Lumber Co. SS-0 FOR S.\LE-Alfalfa, timothy, mixeJ hay, bluejolnt and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Litbtted, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phono 77T. Residenco Phone 365. 9-0 FOR SALE-Shelving and partition, gas water heater with tank and fittings, one safe S-lnch walls, one Ford nuto delivery. Will sell cheap, all In good order. Address Box 6 Herald office. lOS-0 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith nnd Juno B Smilh-It you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consultation tree. onico In residence, OiKI 7th Ave. s., hours 9.30 to' 6; 7 to 9. Phono 1077. -95-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Vaa Haarlen-fl Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special races given on uiplication. Xi-ci 7lh Avenue South, Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, grad\mlo uurGos. 704 6th Ave. South. Phono 316. 47-0 VIAVI FOR SALE-A bargain. 1 Mogul 45 2nd hand kerosene & gasoline engine, good repair, used 2 ys.. complete with S bottom stubble plow (Oliver) in good shape. A snap nt $1500. Apply quick-ly. E A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. Phone 1173. 109-5 VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment tor Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs.'O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING WANTED-Competent young woman as stenographer nnd typewriter, and \ to assist In retail store. Address In I own handwriting, with references, to i Box 46, HeraUl. 109-0 FOR SALE-One IS-lil Case tractor steam engine and roller, including roller and tractor wheels. In splendid condition, tor one-third of cost. A snap for town coroorntion, as n stroet roller or for farmor.s nnd thresher-men. Applv The E. A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. S. 109-0 WANTED-A cook for Isolation hos-pltal, duties to commence May 1st. Apply stating experience and wages reiiuired to Dr. Thomson, acting .Medical Health Omcer. lOS-0 WANTLD-Have you a team and do you want to work 20 acres in the city cn shares. Apply W. s. Nelson & Co., .�Mbertn Loan Block, phone 1214, P. O. Box 354. 112-6 In the Supreme Court of j Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbridue. THRILLI.NG STORLES of the gireit war. Large, profusely illustrated, only $1.00. Men and women working spare time oruaring in hundred lots. Quick, snappy seller. Great money maker. Sample free. Winston Limited Toronto. W FOR SALE-Standard bred trotting mare, dark chestnut, stands 15.3 hands, weighs 1175; will ^oal this spring to Judge Dillon. This Is ono of the handsomest show mares in Alberta; also one horse, colt, will be one year old .May 1st, from the above .Mare and Judge Dillon. If you want something choice see them. Also ono rubber tyre buggy. McLaughlin make, almost new; one set single harness. See A. R. McGulre at McKelvie and McGulre's store. lOfi-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS BETWEEN: MORTGAGE SALE Of Valuable Farm Property PURSUANT to the Order of His ! Houour Judge Jackson (made herein ; the 16th day of March A. D. 191C, in a certain action wherein The Standard Trusts Company, is Plaintiff and Roger Hugh Owen is the Defendant, the following lands In the province of Alberta, namely:-The whole oE Sections Sixteen (16) and Twenty-One (21), both in Township T^vo (2), in range Twenty-threee (23) West of the Fourth Meridian, Reserving imto His Jlajesty, His Successors and Assigns all mines and minerals and the right to work tlie same, will be offered for sale by public auction on Saturday the , 13th day of May 1916, at the hour of | 12 o'clock noon at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta. SALE to be subject to a Reserved Bid to be fixed by the Court. TBR.MS of sale: 20 per cent cash on the tlafe of the sale, and the bal-anoQ in 60 days; or at the option ot the Purchaser, 20 per cent cash on the day of the sale and within 90 days a Bum which together with the payment alerady made, and a .Mortgage for Fifteen Thousand Dollars, will be equal to the purchase price. Said J'.ortsage tor Fifteen Thousand Dollars repayable Two Thousand Dollars a year for three years, and the balance at the end of the fourth year with Interest'at the rate of eight per centum per annum. FURTHER PARTICULARS as to, terms and conditions will be made'. known at the time of the sale or can ; be ascertained from Uie undersigned , Solicitors. ' The sand land is situate about nine miles from Woolford, and is a very highly Improved farm consisting of twelve hundred and eighty acres, of which one thousand acres Is said tr be In good slate of cultivation: on the said land there is said to be a good two storey frame house 24 x 32, also a bunk houB,e: two storey granary 24 x40 with an elevator: two storey barn and other outbuildings, sheds, corrals and blacksmith shop. The said land la well fenced with three or four strands of barbed wire and some wov-11 lence. There is a ffoo 1 supply of water on the said land. The soil of the said land is a black loam, with a clay sub-soli. DATED at lethbridge. Alberta, this 16th day of March, A. D. 1916. Conybeare, Church, McArthur and Davidson, Barristers, Solicitors, Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alia .Malcolm Young, Esq., � Auctioneer. Ad. No. Xi JOSEPH JACKSON and WILLIAM F. CAMERON and Plaintiffs} ROBERT C. FITZSIMMONS \ Defendant TO: THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: TAKE NOTICE tiiat this action has been commenced a.gainst you for the recovery of $18,117.73 and interest from February 2nd, 1916, at 8%, being the amount due unier a certain Agreement for Sale made between you and the Plaintiffs for the purchase by you of Lots One (1) and Two (2) in Block Six (6) according to a plan of part of the South-Wesf Quarted of Section Thirty-Two (32) in Township Nine (9) Range Twenty-One (21) West of the Fourth .Meridian in the Province of Alberta of record in the Land Titles Office tor the South Alberta Land Ropiatration District as "Royal View 6223 Y." Reserving thereout and therefrom all coal or other minerals together with all the goods and chattels In the building thereon and for foreclosure and such other relief as to the Court may seem meet: AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that you are requiretl to enter a Statement of Defence or Demand of' Notice with the Clerk of this {^ourt at Lethbridge by May lath A.D. 1916: Shepherd, Dimlop & Rice, Lethbridge, .-Mberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs Heroin. Approved: J. A. Jackson. Ad. No. M WANTED-Jieu ana women to learn No -nss' oarhering. Wages whi'.e learning, , tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, S15 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 W.-VN'TED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeta qualihss ; tools free ; wages while learninc; ; po^ sitions guaranteed : illustrated 'catalogue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St.. Cal-carv. 37-0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WILL SELL CHEAP or trade, good quarter section near Foremost, unencumbered. Apply Box 22, Herald. 112-1 LOST AND FOUND LOST-Scotch terrier, answers to the name of Mack. Reward given for re-turn to 271 7th Ave. A..South. 112-1 LOST-Light brown Jersey cow, brand-ed dash and two I's on left side. Finder rewarded by communicating with Phone 1705. l] FOUND -- Surveyor's tripod. Owner may have same by appying to Mr Feetv.-ood. Jlanual Training School and paying for this advertisement. ' 111-3 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN - On improved farm lands. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Block, phone 1214, P. 0. Box ;)54. 112-6 REWARD-For recovery of one bay mare, branded bird on right Jaw, and one bay mare branded R.\ under - on right thigh. ?20 for the two or JIO for one. Return to s. E. Holman Ta-ber. Alberta, lbl-12- LOS'r--Two calves, 10 months old, branded 7D over quarter circle on loft ribs, one roan, other roan with white spot on face. Rnward for return or In-torraation leading to recovery. Phono i^lj^ethbrldge. 107-6 For Sale-Eggs and Poultry LOSE^'~S BARlTEDTroCKS^^lvlort consistent winners in Alberta. Eggs |2.0l). A few cockerels left. Turkey and Pekin Duck eggs, lOo each. Apply L. B. Losey, Winnifred. 112-1 LC)ST-Iwo bull calves, iFnuJiTths' old, branded 7D over quarter circle on loft ribs, one roan, other roan with white spot on face. $10 reward tor Information leading to recovery. Phone St. S. Lethbridge. 107-6 WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS-1 can spare a few sittings from my best pen, containing Ist and 2nd pullets at Raymond, 2nd and 3rd Grassy Lake and Innlsfall, and hens Ist, 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge, 1014. Headed by cockerel Ist High River and Raymond and 2nd Grassy Luke. At six shows last tall I won 11 firsts, 0 seconds and 3 thirds. Price $3 per 15. C. J. Wyatt, Diamond City. 100-24 AND ALL KINDS OP ELEC-TRICAL WORK W.L. McKcnzie & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave J, �20.00 REWARD-FimhnSll^liK animals. One bay mare 6 years old '^'r. ^' '>'P' two wliito feet, had yearling colt. One bay gold- "f/ 5 years old, branded J lazy C on left hip, three white feet and white face 1 ast seen near Coaldalo. Apply^ B. S. Bowden, Taber, Alta. 97-25 LOST-One bhio-grey mare, apo 3, Viranded running L B on right thigh, brand blotched, flO reward for Information leading toirecovery, thought to bo in Raymond district, \Vt\U\ Sick Farm, New Dayton P. O., or rural phone. ___ STrRAYED-i^Yoni my farm, f bTacR 3 year old gelding, 1 white hind foot, weight about 1100 lbs., branded MK on left thigh, last seen In Raymond on April 7th. $10.00 reward to anyone for Bhulllng up and holding for u week 5i' 10 days and notifying Henry Miller, Spring Coulee, Alberta, 107-0 IX)ST-110 reward for information leading to reco/ery of those animals' ^obrown mars, weight 1100, branded 1 on left thigh; one blue grey g mare, wolglit 1300, branded jy^-Kon left shoulder. Notify E. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Albor-nSta. lOB-24 WANTED-Second hand motorcycle, must be in good running order. Ap- ply 511 12th St.. C. N.___112-2 WANTIiD-TO rent, furnished house by young couple. For immediate occupation. Apply Box 44, Herald. lll-G WANTEI>-Well furnished room In a private family by a business gentleman. Addrciis Box 47 Herald. 110-6 Wa.N'TED-By married man, jobs, dl,^-glng gard?ns or heating carpets. .-\i>-jily 21G .'Ird Ave. So:ith. 108-6 WA.N'TED"-^ 'Tciider' foT'b'iiliii','^ nnd loading SO ton alfalfa. 2 miles north of Welling. Write or phone Rill, the Felger Farming Co. Ltd., 107-12 THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry CleanlnR; guaranteed to turn oui every piece of work at its best. Only the sclentlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812. R24 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEINQ AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Furs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; beat work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING' Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. DRESSMAKING Superior Workmanishlp, Perfect I'lt, Metropolitan Stvle. MISS WILSON. Room 1, Above Ryland's Store. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Brand now electric specialty with whirlwind sales method, ready for livo distributor in this territory. Good references and small capital required. Worth ?:'.00 per month to Jiustlor. Write today. The Multicell "electric Co., Sioubenvllle, Ohio. "V" 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge - Hours: Day school, 9 a. m.- 1 p. m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thur.sduy evenings. 7.3U to 9.30. SubJ-Lcts: Shorthand, Typewriting, Buoit!;oc-plng, Arithmetic. Spelling, PenmauHhip, Office Routine. EnglL-ih. Call or write for Information. lO.S-6 , TMrROAai:!) b. c. farm FOR SxVLE TO RENT TO RENT-A 6-room modern bunga-immediate poss-ession, gas, etc. Apply 652 9th St. S. 111-2 TO RENT-Boarding house in Wool-fori, Alta. Partly furnij^hcd. Apply to O. H. Thomee, Woolford, Alia. 112-6 TO REN'i*-One or t\7o~irnfuniishbd rooms, use of gas stove, suitable for a soldier's wife. 1001 7th Ave. S. 112-6 TO ]i!-:."^IT-A 5 room modern cottage Immediate possession, gas, etc. Ap- ply 652 9th St. S^__112-2 FOR RE.Nt-7 room house, rurnished, den and fireplace, modern, also good 8 room house, M. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block, phono flljl. 112-6 T6~RBl?f^ott'ase7'9CLTourst7 sT; fully modern, gas, etc., $10 per month. Apply 944 7lh 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 TO RTilNT-In private house, large front room, sultabic for one or two gentlomen. Gas heat, bath and phone. Breakfast It desired. Apply 614 �th Street South._______^.^T"^ 'i'O Uct-Suites, l'urnli?heii and unfurnished, modern conveniences, centrally located. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co,, Alberla l-.oan Block, phono 1214, P. O. Box ^4.____112-6 TO RENT-Light housekeeping accommodation, suitable for two, on car line, with use of phono. Also a furnished room, .\pply 1302 7th Ave. S., City. 112-1 TO RBNT-^l"23T"flth AvTT^Soulh, n seven room -houso, full sized basement, gas heated, on car line, Immo-diato possoHsion. Apply 61(1 10th SI. South, 112-0 TO~irBi\"r^'7-Roonred modorn'h6ns�, No. 1314 6th Ave. South, In first class condition Inside, has now range all connecled up ready for use. Apply Mart MoMahon, 1211 2nd Ave. South, Phone 496. 112-1 600 Acres at Marysvllle, B. C, % mill; from railway station, post oftioo. store, hotel and school. All fenced, good buildingB. 70 acro.s sunnneiial-low, 50 acres ready for spring plowing, abundanci! pure running water. Whole farm can be Irrigated if desired. Splendid local market. This. Is one of tlu� beauty Epols of the Kootonays. ?25 per acre, amall cusih payment, balance easy to right ])arly. For- jiarllculars apply to P. Lund, Box 189, LeUibrldgi;, 3r phone 516. Ad. No. "e" FOR SALE FLAX SEi:i> CLEANED AND SACKED $2,50 Der bu. or -1^2.25 loose At our tann, 8 miles soulh of IjCthbridKu, Phoiio R411 THE FELGER FARMING CO., LIMITED. PoDy Express, ; BAliEP, HAY FOR SALE 408 Fifth l>lloin� i\'V> Street Sputh -I-""U*^ OO- DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED TO RENT Upper Hall. S.O.E. Bui'ding ON AND AFTER MAY 17TH the upper hall of the S. O. E. Building will lie open for booking for any purpose. PHONE 715 FOR TERMS C. Wostloy Ground floor open as il8i|�U STEAM COAL THE BEST 18 CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive AasntB for SOUTHERN ALBERTA ---^ � PHONE OR WIRE BECK13R& YATES, LETHBRIDGE,. WARNER,' .NEW DAYTON MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-PhysiClail Surgeon, Accouoher. Honrfl 8-r'3 7-8 p.m. OHico 1)14 Third Avenue Phone 1263. OR. TAYLOR-Rnr. Byo, NoR6 am Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Ofticj hours lOr-12; 2-6; cvenlnits by ai^ polnlment. Phonos: Onice 341, Re' aldenco 693. ij DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY �. JAMIE;'! SON-orticc, 109 Sherlock Blooh Telephones: Office 319; Resldencf' 619. Oftlco hours: 11 to 12 a. m.\'> 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. \ m R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phyi; slclnn. Surgeon, Accoucher. 132'U 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4{, 7 to 8. Phono 476. 60--I � DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduati f of Royal College of Dental Surgeoni', Toronto, and holder of a Dominlovt Dental Certlficato. Oftlco: Hoomi \ 6 ond 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071 j DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (Buccessoi , to Drs. Courtlco A Gilchrist)-GradiJ uato University of Maryland. Roorai'', 8 and 9. Macdonnld Block. Phnni.j 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. 170-�',; OP.S. MARRS and MARR8-Dentlstsi;' Succeasnra to Drs. Stoivart and Mo'l Clure Hours: B to 5, Office, Hiij* inbotham Block. Phone 374. li DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentldt. metni; ber of Royal College of Surgeons (Eng. Licentiate Royal Collego ol;',' PhyslclanR (London.) L.D.3. 1900 Hoars: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8 His Inbotham Block. Phnna 1616. UNDERTAKING T. s. FETTERI.Y-Lending Punera': i' Director and Embalmer; also ngoni \ for the SomervlUe Marble & Gran^ [ Ito Works of Calgary. Office oppo* �lte Court House. Phone 561, Residence 284 7th Ave S., Phone 117a: Oppn day and nl!;ht i --;i S. V. HURST-Emhalmer ft Funeral � Director. 803 3rd Avpnuo South.-' Phone 1802. Open night and day. � MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is oponlnf , n class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under tho direction ot Mr, H. C. C. Salmon. Candldatoa pre-, pared for tho examinations of thf?; Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu.slc, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon. 1259 5th Ave. S. i MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER ot Piano, Hi\rinony and Theory. Over ten years, teaching exporl-cnr-e. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5lli Ave. A. South. 9C-0 DECORATING I, WELLINGTON BROS.-The iJecorat ora. Papc-rhangers nnd Painters; ( Kalsomlniiig, General Decorating-and Sign Writing, Eatlmaiea given. � The oldest established Palnlora Ini Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; ofncoi phono 1752, Shorlocic Bldg., Leth-bnriire. Alta. U.O-o AUCTIONEER W L. V^ILSON, LIceneed Auctioneer, All 'clnds of sales conducted. Tonoi rcosonaule. ,. Prompt Bettlements. Job iota of atocka of merchandino prrchaied. � will also buy the ""t-tire contVnta Of furnished houses. Heed oltlce at ihe Wilson Furniture Co. 41R i.'.th dt. Nonii I.(ettibridse. Phono 1025. FRANK V/ADDINGTON-� yon are contemplating -an auction sale ol your tanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ctnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-brldiio, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' exTiorlencB. 266-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- riayer-Piono and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory eTporlonce. Honours Certlllcate MT. Assn.. London. England, Reference to the leading munlclana of tho city. Phone 1108. 1253 6lh Avo A Snnth. ; SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 for your shoo repairs, Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Milos, 511 4tU Avenue South. B2-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Fied Ot ell kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell, ing. Wo are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent *"xcellent basement for pe'ilshoble goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phono 1244 P O, Box 112. 167-0 W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Lithbrldge : ; i Madlcln* hat WInnlpea Ch�rtereiJ Aceountantt A'/couutancy In all Its branches: Audit, l?ecretarlal, Ad-vltory, SysiumatlziDn; and Trust Work. lnve�. tUatlons, Llquldaijozu, Acadia Building, LethbMagc R9�(,dent' B. J. flITCHIB PATER80N, , Ch�rt