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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ..a ffiFONV^v'?, APRIL 24, im TONIGHT-TOMORROW MISS'ALICE SIMM IN SONG PAMOUS PLAYERS' FILM CO. PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL AND TALENTED HAZEL DAWN in "MY LADY INCOGNITO" COMING- WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY LETHBRIDGE'S LITTLE FAVORITE Alargueritc Clark in "MICE AND MEN" ARPHEUM. "GRAFT 9" TONIGHT IWM M"")' other good pictures on this Prices 10 -. Instrumental numbers by the Band of li:5th Battalion. Lethbridjie Ilishlanders WEDNESDAY, APR. 26TH. SPECIAL MATINEE FOR CHILDREN Tickets for evening performance ........................ No reserved seats. duc MPREsclWANT ADS VARIETY KEYNOTEJllf roNicaiT HELEN HOLLIES IN THE CTH CHAPTER "The Girl and ihe Qzmf Helen's Wild Ride. This 2-reel chapter surpaSGss In thrills any yet seen ELLA HALL & BOB LEONARD in "Memories of Xmas" A beautiful story well told, with elaborate scenic effects-3 reels Billy Kit chic Charlie's only rival In a "Tail of Twenty Storeys." This is positively a guaranteed attraction-a howl from start to finish-2 reels, SITUATIONS VACANT XV'.VNTKil-C'omiifltMit getit'ral ser-\ant. Apiily l8t Ave. S. .Il2-(i W A NT li D- cTo 1111) 01 on t stenoRnipher for ostiibltshed husiiio:ia in Lethbrldgp. Apply Uox 50, Ilcr.iUl. 109-l! \l,^VT'TKi>^f)i!iTiiB room gM arid Vfo-. man to work in UUcIk'h. Apply 3.1S 6th St. South. IVJ-i WA.NTKD-An elderly wouiun or widow to euro I'oi- iN^o chiltlreii. fiood h')me tor right j-nriy. Apply I^os. S4 Herald. 109-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAX E t'OK SALE-Ono used plnho, Juat like now. $2W.OO, on easy terius. Mason & nisOli, Ltd. 98-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS TOR SALE-'-Ico Cream and Contcc-tlonory Business, good going. Apply Box 40, Itorald Office. 11-(! massage MEDICAL VOR SMjV-Cedar I'once posts in carload lots. Apply Bo.v ,")rvl. Nelson, B. C, 113-G FOR SALK OR RENT-On easy terms one five roomed cottage on 12lh S(.. one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone tJlO, Farraors' Lumber Co. 8S-0 WA.XTl-:!)-Man to run Ford delivery auto in city. Ai-ply siving experience, references and salary required to Box 49, licrald otiico. UO-0 WANTiCD-Cirf to assist in house- worlv, young girl will do. Jlrs. .1. \V. Tennaut, Jiii? .")t!i Ave. A. Soutli, I'hone 14.59. WANTiiD-Comjietent young woman as -slenograplier and typewriter, and to assist in retail store. Address in own hnndwritinif. with retei-ences, to Box 4G, Herald. 109-0 AUCTION SALE Saturday, Ai)rU 29tli. 1916, at '2 p. ni. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEES, Will offer for sale by auction the following stock of the estate of W, L. Wilson, Insolvent: Inventory Value Dry Goods ................................... $2,768.35 Furniture and House Furnishings.............. 1,276.90 Crockery and Glassware ..................... 621.70 Wall Paper .................................. 194.18 Fixtures ...................................... 471.25 $5,332.38 Sale will be at the premises Stock will be sold in block of THE WILSON FURNITURE with a low reserve bid. STORE, 416 13TH ST.. NORTH, mR. FRANK WADDINGTON, LETHBRIDGE. AUCTIONEER. province of alberta to wit: by virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the district court of lethbridge at the suit of (ieorge Ilyt plaintiff and Ilygienic Dairy Co., Limited defendant and to me directed against the goods and chattels of hygienic dairy co.. limited WANTED-A cooU ior Isolation hos-pital, duties to commence May Ist. Apply stating experience and wages required to Dr. Thomson, acting Medical Health OttScer. lOS-0 '.VfVXTiJU-Have you a team and do ymi want to worlc -i> acre.H in tlie city on shares. Apply \V. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Loan Block, phone 1214, P. O. Box 3.i4. 112-6 WAN'i'KD--Men ana women to learn bartering. Wages while learning, i tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre Pt.. near C.P.R. depot 33-0 WANTED-Men and womtn to learn barber trade ; eight weeVs qualities ; tools free ; wages while loarninR ; positions guaranteed : iUustrated cafa-losjue and particulars free. Moler nar-ber College, 604a Centre St., Cal-Karv. 37-0 I have seized and taken into Execution the following'Goods and Chattels, namely: One Large Safe, One Standing Desk, One Bed, Two Stovos and Pipes, Typewriter Desk. Seven Chairs. One ', 4^5",' Cal'trarv" Stool. ' *' �� SITUATIONS WANTED TO FARMERS - There is no need to curtail your seeding operations through shonaRe of men. We have thoroughly experiencetl farm hands we can send you. Phone in your order to J. Harris &. Co., 1412, Lethbridge, 113-0 What ihe Press Agents Say ; WHICH I SALE ON SHALL EXPOSE FOR swindlers. Success is dearly bought; b yinjury to Tom and grief to Doro-j TUESDAY, THE TWENTY-FIFTH thy. The insurance companies, organized in one mighty trust, have been using the policyholders' money to speculate with. Tom Larnigan has announced that he will investigate , and proceed against the trust. Stone At Starland i has an article inserted in a trust The feature at the people's popular newspaper denying the charge of ir- DAY OF APRIL, 1916 CO., play-house tonight will be "My Lady Incognito," starring the beautiful and talented Hazel Dawn. This is the first time that Miss Dawn has appeared in the role of a girl detective, and the play is a rare combination of laughs and thrills. This great t'ara-inount feature has all the interest of a mystery story combined with a touch of romance and a dash of comedy, regularity in the use of insurance iunds and inviting an inspection of the books, business and vaults of the Providential Insurance company. Ma.x-well is president of this concern, as well as being president of the trust. Therefore when he reads the article he is much disturbed; as he explains to Stone, the business at that time may not bear an investigation. Stone assures him that everything will work ^h^^nto niTv^^Mi!^ Mi T-^Lnr^-ln^linl '^SlM: the article will allay sub-rlilw^L ,f tiw ^ I Picion on the part of the public, and tonight and tomorrow. On Wednesday and Thursday the ever-popular .Marguerite Clark will appear in her latest success, "Mice and Jlen." At the Orplieum The nintli episode of Graft will be shown at the Orpheum tonight. Tills chapter deals with the insurance Larnigan can never investigate, as he is a marked man. The pick of Dunn's gunmen have been stationed at different points where Tom will be obliged to pass; a big reward Is promised the one who "gets him." 010 cc iMFOOIBA Results of Saturday's Games 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 NOTICE Following are old country football results in addition to those published Saturday. Lancashire Section Blackpool 2, Preston North End 0. Burnley 5, Bury 1. Boltun, 1, Southport Central 0. Liverpool 7, Manchester United 1. Oldham 0, Stockport 0. Everton 4, Manchester City 5. Scottish League Ralth Rovers, 4, Aberdeen 0. Alrdrieonians 0, Partick Thistle 2. Hibernians 3, Ayr United 0. Celtic 0, Hearts Rangers 2, Clyde 2. Dundee 0, Morton 1. St. Mlrren 0, Hamilton Acadn 0. Third Lanark, 0, Kilmarnock 2. Hlothorwell 2, Quoon'a Park 1. Northern Union Hull 28, Swinton 0. Lepds 33, Barrow 2. Bvadford i;{, Huiislet 4. Wlgan 15, HiuldoraflQld 10. Rochdale 0, Leigh 2. Halifax 7, Dewabury 10. At the Empress Chapter six of the Girl and the Game will be shown at the Empress tonight. Tlie story of chapter sis is one of the most remarkable of the entire series. Helen goes to her Uncle lUiinelander's construction camp ofTico to deliver a telegram. Helen sees that her uncle is elated over the nies-sage which rads: "Monthly payroll on Number Four." Ithinelander has advised liis agent to keep the payroll over night in the station safe. Sykes and Dan buy railroad ticket.^ back to Oceanslde. As Helen hands out the tickets she is startled 10 observe on one of the bills a familiar ink-stain. Grasping the clue, she Jumps on a small "speeder car" and follows the train. Overtaking the train, she springs upon the rear platform and starts a search lor the tliieves. Just as the long train strikes the bridge Helen sees Sykes and Dan leap out of a window into the river. Midway across the bridge slie jumps from the train into Urn water. Syjres and Dan are swimming rapidly for the nearest bank. -Memories of Christmas, a fine feature, and an Elko comedy will com-pleto the program. IN THE MATTER OF THE TAX ENFORCEMENT RETURN OF THE VILLAGE OF COALHURST, PRO VINCE OF ALBERTA, Take notice tliat His Honour Judge J. .\. Jackson of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge, has appointed Friday, the 16th day of June, A.D. 191G, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the school house In the Village of Coalhurst, as the time and place for the holding of a Court of Conftrmation of the Tax Enforcement Return of the Village of Coalhurst for the year 1916. Dated at Coalhurst, Alberta, this 8th day of April, 1916. A. F. CUNNING, Ad. No. J. Secy.-Treasurer LOST AND FOUND LOST-Llght brown Jersey cow, branded dash and two i's on left side. Finder rewarded, by 'communicating with Phone 1705. l]2-i1 FOR SALi:-Reliance. Burbank, Gold Coin and Knrly Olilo seed })otatoeH, ?15 per ton, $1 per sack, loss than ton lots. Apply l'-4(l fith Ave. A. H., or phone_I!-''Ot>.;__ __.J'i*"'^ POTATOl'..S FOR SALli^-FiVst class' Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. 0. Box IJGl, H. Galvin, Lethbridge. 112-0 SUPERFlOUS H.MR ' REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�� K, M. Holmoi graduate of the Peonaylvanin Orih-opoedlo Institute, Medical 'jlasaago BUd Oymnasttcs iSwodish). Eiectrl-eal Vibratory and Therapoutio LlRhl I'roatDJOiits, Rlectrolypls nnd Sham-poolnu Treatments glvou by av-polntmeot only. Room I Hull Ulk. CH^HQPRACTORS FOR SALE-Altalta, timothy, mlxml day, bluejoint and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited. 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phono 777. Residence Phone 361). 9-0 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Sfnith-If you are sick and vyunttp rogaln health, take spinal ndjuAtmouU knd get well. Consultation Ire'o.' Olllco In rosldonco, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 io .�;; 7 to 9. Phone 1'i77. 95-25 FOR SALl'>-One IB-IO Case tractor steam opsine and roller, including roller and tractor wheels, in splendid condition, for one-third of cost. A snap for town coriuiration, as :i street roller or for Carmors and thresher-men. .\pplv The E. A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. S, 109-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR SALIO-Standard bred trotting mare, dark chest ut, stands 15.3 hands, weighs 117t; will foal this spring to Judge Dillon. This is one of the handsomest show mares in Alberta; also one horse, colt, will bo one year old .'^lay 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. .McGuire at McKelvie and McGuire's store. 106-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiLa Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sp�'cl�I rates gif-en on ttppllcatlon. l'i!24 7lh Avuuuu South. Phono 746. -+- PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 oth . Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All comma-nieatiouE to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th btreet South, 31-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR SALE-Cheap, bicycle, new bun-lop tires. Apply 955 lOth St. S. 113-1 FOR fcl'VLE-Canterbury Bells, li.)C. per dozen plants. Apply P. O. Box 149 or B. Kinaey, River Bottom. 112-2 FOR SALE-Branttord bicycle, cushion frame model, In good condition. Complete with tools and pump. Apply G. Beaton, 730 lOth St. S. 111-fi FOR SALE-One Edison Gramophone Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly payments. Mason & Rlsch, Ltd. 9S-0 FOR SALE-A bargain. 1 Mogul 45 2nd hand kerosene & gasoline engine, good repair, used 2 y�., complete with S bottom stubble plow (Oliver) in good shape. A snap at $1500. Apply qulok-Iv. E A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. Phono 1173. 109-5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-TO rent, furnished house by young couple. For Immediate occupation. Apply Box 44, Herald. 111-6 WANTED^W ell furn 1 sFed irootiriini private family by a business gentle-FOU>rir"SlIrti7oT'8~TFi^~OF^ man. Address Box 47 Herald. 110-C may have same by appying to Mr. WANTED-By married man, jobs, dig-Feetwood, Manual" Training School, glng gardens or beating carpets. Ap- and paying for this advertisement. ply 216 3rd Ave. South.____ IPS-0 _____111-3 WANTED - Tender for baling and REV/ARD-P'or recovery of oneTay ! loading 80 ton alfalfa, 2 miles north mare, branded bird on right jaw, and, of Welling. Write or phone R411, the one bay mare branded RX under - i Felger Farming Co. Ltd.. 107-12 on right thigh. $20 for the two or $10 ! WANTED -"One Euclid, Book 1, by for one. Return to S. E. Holman, Ta- j Hall & Stevens, B. C. edition. One DR, W. s. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Houra 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Ottlco 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1253, DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eyo, Nona ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. GRlcs hours 10-13; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: OHlce 341. R�-Rldenco 593, DRS. CONNOR, MoNALLV A JAMIE-SON-Office. 109 Sliorlock Block, Telephones! Oftico 319; Resldenca 019. Oi'fico hours: 11 to 12 a, m,; j 1 30 to :wMi; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A, M.O,-Phy slclan, Surgeon, Accouoher. 1824 '1th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to S. Phono 476. 60-0 DENTAL OR. M. j. GIBSON-DenllBl, graduato of Raynl Colle.ce of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of n Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Booms 5 and 6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DH. L. T. ALLEN-DontlBt iHUccessor to lira. Courttce A Qllohriat)-Grad-uate University of Maryland. Roorna 8 and .9, .Mnrdonald Block. Phona 1165. Lethbridge, Alfa. 170-0 CPS. MARRs and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Cluro Houi-s: 9 to 6. Office. HIg-Inboiham Block. Phone 374. DR, E. CJ. SIMlVinNOS-Dentist, mctn-bor of Royal College of Surg�"ons. (En�r. Licentiate Royal Colleg� ot Physlclanii (London.) L.D.S, 1900, Honrs: 9-12; 1-B Office; 6-8 HIg-lnl>othum Block. Phone 1616. DYEING AND CLEANING UNDERTAKING THE VALET-8perlallBt.n in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most sclcntiflo methods applied without Injury to garments Oiir work Is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 1124 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY D'lTEINQ AND CLEANING WORKS-Furs re-made and cleaned; suits made to orcnuo South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEF.N M. JONES !s opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. II. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H, C. C. Salmon. 1259 ritli Avii. S. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE ber, Alberta. STRAYED-To my place, east half of MONEY TO LOAN MO.N'EY TO LOAN - On improved farm lands. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., .-Mberta Block, phone 1214, P. O. Box ;'.r,4. 112-6 19-7-20, three miles south-west of Wilson Siding, one black gelding, small white star in forehead, three white feet, shod all around, branded T lazy F on left thigh. Has rawhide halter on. J. H. MoTavIsh. 113-0 101-12 ! Select Poems by Alexander 1S97, B. C. Edition. Apply Box 32, Herald. 113-1 fl'O.UO REWARD-For the follH^-rni' animals. One bay mare 5 years old, branded J lazy C left hip, two white feet, lind yearling colt. One bay gelding, 5 years old, branded J lazy C on left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldale. Ap-ply E. S. Bowden, Taber, Alta. 97-25 LOST-One biue-grey mare, age 3, branded running L B on right tliigh, 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 TO RE.NT-Five-roomed suite fiirn-hihed for two months. Apply Suite No. Nino, Hull Block._113-^ TO RENT-BoardiHg" house In WaoT tor^X, Alta. Partly furnished. Apply to O. H. Thomee, Woolford, Alta. 112-fl TO RENT-One or two unl'urnlslTed rooms, use of gas stove, suitable for a soldier's wife. 1001 7th Ave. S. 112-6 TO ICENT-A 5 room modern collage immediate possession, gas, etc. Apply 652 9th St. S. 112-2 FOR RENT"-7 room house, furnished, den and fireplace, modern, also good 8 room house, M. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block, phone 051. 112-6 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge - Hours: Day school, 9 a. m.-1 p. m.. every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evenings. 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spoiling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for Information. 108-0 MRS. W. H, JOHNSON. TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton years, teaching experl- j " ence. Studio fully equipped with'. blackbo.Trd, keyboard, scale ladder, ]" modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 ' 5th Ave. A. South. 96-0 DECORATING TO RENT-Cottage, S31 10th St. S., fully modern, gas, etc., $10 per month. Apply 944 7ln St. A South, Phono 613. no-6 Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for ilsolf. An imm'-nso area of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from ?11 to $30 for farm lands with ample raitifall-irrigated lands from $:',5. Terras-One-twentieth down, balance within twenty yaars. In irri-galion districts loan for farm build LOST-$10 reward for Information leading to reco/ery of these animals: One brown mars, weight 1100, branded .____________^ "T^j^l^ on left thi.srh; one blue grey j ^^OnREiNT-In'private house, largo ,r...c ,.,..i,i,t iQnn ^^^j^^ ^.ggjjj^ Buitable for one or two gentifiman. Gas heat, bath and phone. Breakfast if desired. Apply 014 Blli Street South. 110-6 TO mare, weight 1300, branded ^f^i-p.nn left shoulder. Notify E, D. '0i Robinson, Del Boneta, Alber-i/^A'ta. 105-24 Ings, etc.. up to $2,000, also repayable 'Raymond, Jnd and ,ird Grass, in twenty years-iulerest only 6 per Lake and sial , and hens 1st, 2n, cent. Privilege of paving in full at any and -"^ Lr-tlibndge, 1914. Headti. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P, R. Freight Shtds, PHONES: y, Of flea........... lies Btabiss .......... 1064 J go of paying In full at any lime. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friendu as neipiibors. For Literature and particulars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta, WILSON & SKEITH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge reports that Mr. Kelly | ---.,::z-:x^^--r.^_______ the provincial govern For Sale-Eggs and Poultry FOR SALE-Hatching^oggs, w7~W> andotte, $1.:;0 per 15. B. Rocks $1; also ono W, Wyandotte cock and ono B. R. cockerel $2 each. Apply to (iOC 10lli_ St., S., Lethbridge. _ 113-1 iWiT'P E Tv-i-A iVi Voi-ti-r" K?rn s-r spare a few sittings from my best pen, containing Ist and 2nd ])uilet8 Grassy 2nd d by cockerel 1st High Ulver and Ray-� mond and 2nd Grassy Lake. At six shows last fall 1 won 11 firsts, 0 seconds and 3 third.'?. Price $.1 per ir,. C. J. Wyatt, Diamond City, 100-24 LET-Suites, furnished and unfurnished, modern conveniences, centrally located. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Loan Block, phono 1214, P. 0. Box 354.___112-6 'rO'~R.EN''r-Ll'giit Ijoii.sekeoping ac-commodation, suitable for two, on car lino, v.'ith use of piione. Also a tur-nl.ihed room. Apply i;i02 7th Ave. S., City. _ 112-2 TO RENT-1231 t!th Ave." South, a seven room house, full sized basement, gas lieated, on car line, immediate poSBcasion. Apply f.K; 10th St. South, 112-0 KELLY DOESN'T OFFER CASH FOR SETTLEfi^ENf Winnipeg April 22.-W. A. T. Sweat-man, ot counsel for Thos. Kelly, the Manitoba parliament buildings con-' tractor, stated today there Is no truth whatever in was offering ment $1,000,000 if tho pending criminal action against him in connection with the contract be withdrawn. ARE ECONOMIZING Toronto April 22.-The board ot dd-ticatlon has decided to discontinue payment of salaries to teachers and other employcoH enlisting for active service. The order wont into olYect yesterday. Employees already In khaki, however, will not bo affected by the declnloii, their salaries being paid as long as they remain with tho active aervlce. PonyExpress and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE 408 Fifth phonp street South ^ "Ullt "O-DRAYING OF ALL KINDS CAP.DEN8 PLOUGHED cx)kki:c;t English HOW TO USE IT JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor ' A MONTHLY MAGAZINE Sample copy IO0. Subscription Price $2 a year EVANSTON, ILLINOIS Ad, No. "F" mmm I AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC. TRICAL WORK w.l. M(jjien/lc & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8. __LAND-MLSCELLANEOUS_ KOh'SALE-Three (laarler' (iCC'lIoiis, irrigated hay meadow suitable for alfalfa? The owner is unable Io develop It and will give tho chance to some ono else, Blue prints of dan and 'JltchcH. For sttlo for ^r,,r-no. TU'.h is n snap. S. r;. Vi :3cc. :'.� and N. Vj Hoc. 25, Tp. 5, I'.K. 2, \V 1th. G. P. Aluir. Gkiiclu'ii, Alia. ll;j-0 FOR SALE FLAX SEl CLEANED AND SACKED .i;2.50 per bn. or $2.25 loose At our farm, S miles south of Lethbridge, Phone 11411 THE FELGER FARMING CO., LIMITED. WELLINGTON BROS.-TH� Decorators, Paperhangem and Palntora; Kalsomlnliig, General Decorating and Sign V/rltlng. Estimates given. The oldest established Palntora In Lethbridge. Res. Phono'1472; omce phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbridge. Alta. IBO-0 AUCTIONEER FOR SALE! W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer. All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks ot morchaadias p^;^chB^^e^l. 1 will also buy the entire contents ot furnished houses. Head oHlce at the WUsou Fiimltura Co.. 416 ^zth dt. North lMltiMfi$*, PhouB 1025. FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemplating an auction sale ot your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effecta, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Lethbridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' exncrlence. 2(56-0 Choice Flax for Seed Purposes HtKh purity and gonnination test. Wlij' till any order from ono bushel to a car. A. B, MoVAY, BARONS, ALTA. PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plarer-Z'lano and Organ Ilepalror: 20 years factory axperlunce. Honours Cortillcate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading mur.icians of tho city. Phone 1188, 1253 nth A-/e. A Smith MONUMENTS FiiniT FAIt.M FOR SALE - Slclcan Valley, IS. C, best cllmalo In Canada, no winds, 1 nillo lo P. O., store and Biding. Will soli cheap, or trado for ah(?ep or cattle. \Vm. Day, Perry Siding, near Nelson, B. C. li;!-;i TO UENT Upper Hall. S.O.E. Bui'ding ON AND AFTER MAY 17TH the up-per hall of the S. 0. E. Ouikdna wiH be open for booking for any purpose, PHONE 716 FOR TERMS C. Woatlcy Ground floor open as usuAl Headstones anil Cros.se.s of every (lescriptiori njado to order Oct our ]irlces and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for yoiir shoo repairs. Work dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. Bll 4th Avenue South. 52-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED baled hay and straw-Fled ot all kinds. Csrlooda or leas. Ingulrs for quotations when buying or selling- We are In to\)ch with the best markets. Storage apaca for rent 'xcellent baaement for peiteh^bis' goods. Hyde & Saundsra. Phono J244 P. O. Hoi 112,' 1(17-0 Lethbridge Monumental arid Cut Stone Works W. A. HENDERSON & COY. I.athbrldgs : : ; MedlclHs hit Wlnnlpsg Chartered Accountinta A'jcounlaacy In all its brauola��.-AudlL Elecrotarlal, Ad-Tloory, ByBtematlzitif, and Trust VVork. Jnye�> lUatlous, LlQutdatloua. Acadia Bulldlna. Lethbrlage Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATEKBON. Cnarwriid AccounUnt (tir.nt.) ;