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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta t>AGE TWO THE LETHBRTDGE DAIT.Y HERALt> TUESDAY. APRIL 23, 1 fli 6 LAST TIME TONIGHT HAZEL BAW^ IN "MY LADY INCOG/ MISS ALICE SIMM IN SONG WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY DANIEL FROHMAN PRE-SENT8 THE EVER-POPULAR LITTLE ACTRESS Marguerite Clark IN A SPLENDID PICTURI2A. TION OF "HE CELEBRATED ROMANTIC COMEDY MICE AND MEN" WANT ADS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT 0 TONIGHT Prices 10 aiU. Apply 12B2 1st Ave. S, l\2-6 WANTti�-Bell bo>\ Apply at Letli-i)rhlee Hotel. _111-3 \VANTiSI>-Compotent atenographer for established bualnesa In LethbrldKo. Apply Box 60, Hor�.Ul. 109-6 PMPRESC B ^VARIETY KEYNOTE^ J TONIGHT HELEN HOLMES IN THE 6TH CHAPTER "The Girl and the Game" Helen's Wild Ride. This 2-reel chapter surpasses 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 Ritcliie Charlie's only rival In a "Tale of Twenty Storeys." This is positively a guaranteed attraction-a howl from start to finish-2 reels. WANTED-An elderly woman or wtd-ow to care for two children, nood home tor light party. Apply Bot S4 Herald. 108-6 j WANTED-Man to run Ford delivery I auto In city. Apply glvlug experience, references and salary required to Box '49, Herald olBce. " 110-0 WANTED-Competent youug woman I as stenographer and typewriter, and to assist in retail store. Address In own handwriting, with rofei-encos, to Box 46. Herald. . lOB-0 ROYAL WEMT WE Finest Cliorus of Male A^oices from the Greatest Land of Singers r WESLEY CHURCH FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY "4. All seats 75c. ON sale at red cross drug co. FOR SALE .HE BUSINESS OF E. J. JAMES-DAV1E8 & 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 53931.77 Tenders will be received by the undersigned until noon the 2nd day of May 1915. for tlie stock and fixtures as per Inventory which can be seen on application to, BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO. Official Assignee, Lethbridge, Alberta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WANTED-A cook for rsolatlon hds-pltal, duties to commence May i�t. Apply stating experience and wages reQulred to Dr. Thomson, acting Mc- dlcal Health Omcer._: 108-0 '.VANTKD^^^ve you a team* and do you want to work 20 acres In the city cii shares. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Ix>an Block, phone 1214, P. O. Box 364. _112-6 WANTED-Men ana women to leara Darberlng. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 816 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot 33-0 WANTED-Men and wom�n to learn' barber trade ; eight wiKsKi qualifies ; tools free ; wages while learnioe ; positions guacantred : iUusttateo rata-10f;ue and particulars (re�. Moter Dat-ber College, 604a Cantre St., CM-gary._ 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED TO FARMERS - There Is � no need to curtail your seeding operations through shortage of men. We have thoroughly experienced farm bands we can send you. Phone in your order to J. Harris & Co., 1412, Lethbridge, 4455. Calgary. i13.O LOST AND FOUND LOST-Light brown Jersey cow, branded Bar L L on left side. Finder rewarded ,by communicating with Phone 1705. 112-6 STRAYED-Prom n. W. h 10-10-22, one brown horse, 4 years old, branded T over lazy S on right jaw. $10.00 reward for information. Thos. Scott, Commerce, Alta. 114-G The Land Titles Act MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY What the Press Agents Say At the Orpheum Large crowds saw the eighth Instalment of "Graft" at the Orpheum last night. TMa chapter deals with the insurance swindlers, who use insurance funds to further their o'tra ends. Tom I^ralgan conducts a cam paigu against them that is the equal of any of the previous chapters. Tom Is injured in this chapter by the gunmen of the swindlers. At the Empress The sixth chapter of "The Girl and the Game" shown at the Empress last night, and to be shown again to night, is the best yet for sensations. In this chapter Helen undertakes to tjjwart the plans of the gang, who attempt to steal the pay roll. Helen leaps Into the river after the thieves. In addition to this there is an Elko Comedy with Blllle Ritchie, and another picture entitled "Christmas Memories." nito." Those who saw this beautihil and accomplished actress in the above mentioned play at Starland last night, , were dellglited with the performance, j The play is full of thrills and comedy. Sliss Simrn will sing again tonight. On Wednesday and Thursday tht ever popular Utile comedienrf^ Marguerite Clark, will appear in the great romantic comedy, "Mice ard Men." Miss Clark plays the leading role of-Peggy, in which such popular actresses as Annie Russell and Lady Gertrude Forbes-Robertson dislinguialied themselves in New York and Loudon respectively. Those who li.ave seen Jllss Clark in "Still Waters." "The i Prince and the Pauper," and other plays will readily see. she is especially adapted to the whimsical and romantic role of Peggy. IMPROVED B. C. FARM FOR SALE At Starland Kor the last times tonight. Hazel Dawn will appear in the great detective comedy-drama, "My Lady Incog- 600 Acres at Marysvllle, B. C, Vii 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 ronnlng water. Whole farm can be Irrigated It desired. Splendid local market. This Is one of the beauty spots of the Kootenays. |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" AUCTION SALE Satnrday, April 29th, 1916, at 2 p. m. 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 Sale.will be at the premises of THE WILSON FURNITURE .STORE, 416 13TH ST., NORTH, LETHBRIDGE. $5,332.38 Stock will be sold In block with a low reserve bid. MR. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER. Under and by virtue of the power of sale provided by the Land Titles Act and under a certain Mortgage which will be produced at the tlmo of the sale, the North-West Quarter of Section 14 in Township 11, Rang'! i;0, West of the 4th Meridain .\lberta, will be ottered tor sale by Public Auction at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, at 12 o'clock noon, on Toies-day, the 16th day of May. A.D. t!)16. The vendor is informed that tha above property consists of 160 acres, more or less, situate about 15 miles from Coaldale railway stiition, and about .�?'/ent, Jones, MackAy & Mann, Barristers, Grain Exchange Building, Calgary, Alberta, SoUcltora for the vendor. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this 29th day of March, A.D. 1910. Approved: A. Kinnalrd, Deputy Registrar. LOST-FYom the old Land Titles office, two rose-comb black Minorca hens. One had a blue ring on. Finder please return to Care Taker, Land Office. 114-1 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 STRAYED-To my place, east half of 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 lasy P on left thigh. Has rawhide halter on. J. H. McTavlsh._113-0 $20.00 REWARD-For the following animals. One bay mare 5 years old, branded J lazy C left hip, two white feel, had'yearling colt. One bay gelding, 5 years old, branded J la�y C on left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldale. Ap-ply B. S. Bowden, Taber, AlU. 97-25 FOR SALE-One used piano. Just Hkr new. $22�.00, on easy terms. Mason & Riach, Ltd. 880 FOR SALE-loo Cream and Confectionery Business, good going. Apply Box 40, Ilernld Office. 11-fi for sale-CootatocB, $15 per ton, $1 per sack, loss than ton lots. Apply 1246 5th Ave. A. S., or phono R308. 113-0 6UPERFUOU8 HAIR REMOVED SHAMPOOINO-MIss K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth opaedlo lostltuto, Medical Massage and aymnasttcs iSwpaiBh). Eloctrl-c�l VIbratorr and Theraoeutlo Light Treatttont*, Rleotrolysls nnd Shampooing Treatments given by ap-polDtmeDt only. Room l Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS POTATOES FOR SALli>-First class Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. O. Box 66L H. Galvin, Letlibrldge. 112-0 FOR SALE-Alfttlra, timothy, mlxett hay, bluejoint and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Assoeiatiou grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Shprlock Bldg. Phono 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Bmlth-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal ndJustmontB and got well. Consultation Ireo. OfllcG In residence, 803 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to E; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 05-25 FOR SALE}-One 15-lfi Case tractor :iteam .engine and roller, including roller and tractor wheels, in splendid oondlUon, tor onu-third of cost. A snap for town cornorallon, as a street roller or for farmers and thresher-men. Apply The B. A. Sharraan Co.. 1217 2nd Ave. S. 109-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR SALE-Brantford bicycle, cushion frame model. In good condition. Complete with tools and pump. Apply G. Beaton. 730 10th St. S. Ul-6 FOR SALE-One Edison Gramophone Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly payments. Mason Sl Rlsch, Ltd. 98-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarien,'8 Private Hospital and Waternlly Home. Special rates gir en on application. 1224 7tb Avenue flouth. Phone 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - m. and P. PhilllpB. graduate nurses, 704 6th Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 VIAVI FOR SALE-A bargain. 1 Mogul 45 Cud hand kerosene & gasoline engine, good repair, used 2 ys., complete with 8 bottom stubble plow (Oliver) in good shape. A snap at $1500. Apply quickly. b A. Sharman Co., 1217 2nd Ave. Phone 1173. 109-5 VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. o. Thomas, 619 10th Street South, 31-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-TO rent, furnished house by young couple. For Immediate occupation. Apply Box 44, Herald, 111-6 WANTBD-^'eli furnished room in a man. Address Box 47 Herald. 110-C private family by a business gentle-WANTED - Tender for baling and loading 80 ton alfalfa, 2 miles north of Welling. Write or phone R411, the Felger Farming Co. Ltd.. 107-12 TO RENT TO RENT-Five-roomed suite furnished for two months. Apply Suite No. Nine, Hull Block. 113-3 TO RENT-Boarding house in Wool-fond, Alta: Partly fui-bished. Apply to O. h. Thomee. Woolford, Alta. 112-6 TO RENT-One or two unturnisheiT rooms, use of gas stove, suitable for a soldier's wife, 1001 7th Ave. S. 112-6 FOR. RBNT-7 room house, furnished, den and fireplace, modem, also good 8 room house, Jl. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block, phone 651. 112-8 LOST-One blue-grey mare, age 3, branded running L B on right thigh, brand blotched. $10 reward for information leading to recovery, thought to bo in Raymond district. Write Sick Farm, New Dayton P. 0, or rural phone.__105-12 LOST~$10 reward for information leading to recovery of these animals: One brown mai3, weight 1100, branded ----- on left thigh; one blue grey mare, weight 1300, branded on left shoulder. Notify E. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Alberta. 105-24 STEAM COAL THE BEST 18 CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON For Sale-EggB and Poultry LOBBY'S BARRED R(XaC3 - Most consistent winners In Alberta. Eggs $2.00. A few cockerels left. Turkey and Pekln Duck eggs, lOo each. Apply L. B. Losey, Wlnnifred. 114-1 TO RENT-Cottage. 931 10th St. S., fully modern, gas, etc., $10 per month. Apply 944 7tn St A South, Phone 613. 110-6 TO RENI"-Quarter or half section of irrigated hay land near Coaldale. Cash or share rent. W. 'h. Pawson, Jr. Coaldale. Phone R207. 114-6 TO RE3NT-In private house, large front room, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Gas heat, bath and phone. Breakfast If desired. Apply 614 Gth Street South. 110-8 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best. Only the most sctentlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phone 1813 224 Sixth Street South, OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN-INQ WORKS-Furs re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD f'uRNITURE co. DRESSMAKING Superior Workmanship, Perfect lit. Metropolitan Style. MISS WILSON, Room 1, Above Ryland'o Store. TO LET-Suites, furnished and unfurnished, modern conveniences, centrally located. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Loan Block, phone 1214, ! P. O. Box 354. _ 112-8 TO RDNT-1231 6th Ave. South, a seven room house, full sized basement, gas heated, on car line, imme. diate possession. Apply 616 10th St. South. 112-0 FOR SALE FLAX SEEP CLEANED AND SACKED $2.50 per bu. or .$2.25 loose At our farm, 8 miles south of Letlibridgo, Phone R411 THE FELGER FARMING co., LIMITED. LAND-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-Three qmarter sections, irrigated hay meadow suitable lor alfalfa. The owner is unable to develop It and will give the chance to some one else. Blue prints of dam and ditches. For sale for $5,Ffl0. This is r snap. S. E. U >3eo. 36 and N. V> Sec. 25, Tp. 5, P.K. 2, W 4th. G. P. Muir, Glelchon, Alta. 113-0 POiR SALE>-Partridge Wyandottes, pen tliat won 1st prise Calgary last year, setting of fifteen eggs $2.00. Brereton, Glengarry, Calgary. Phone W4215. 114-6 White wyandottb eggs-i can spare a few sittings from my best pen, containing Ist and 2nd pullets at Raymond, 2nd and 3rd Grassy Lake and Innisfall, and hens 1st, 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge. 1914. Headed by cockerel Ist High River and Raymond and 2nd Grassy Lake. At six shows last fall I won 11 firsts, 6 seconds and 3 thirds. Price $8 per 16. C. J. Wyatt, Diamond City. 100-24 MONEY TO LOAN money to loan - On improved farm lands. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Block, phone 1214, P. O. Box 354. 112-6 this page goes to press at 1 o'clock p. M. classified ads must be delivered by this hour to ensure insertion Vim same dat as okoiskbji) Insuralice We want live agents In ail districts to write Hall Insurance In. a reliable, company. . M. P. Johnston �& Co.) ' ALBERTA BLOCK, BOX 2*4 FRUIT FARAt FOiR SALE - Slocan Valley, B. C, best climate in Canada, no winds, 1 mile to P. 0, store and siding. Will sell cheap, or trade for sheep or cattle. Wm. Day, Perry Siding, near Nelson, B. C. 113-3 TO RENT Upper Hall, S.O.E. BuiMing ON AND AFTER MAY 17TH the upper hall of the S. O. E. Building will be open for booking for any purpose. PHONE 715 FOR TERMS C. Westley Ground floor open as usual ELECTRICAL SUPRLIESt AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzie & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. (Mflcf-c. P. R. Freight Shsds. PH0NE8S Office........... 1183 etablee .......... 1064 J FOR SALE! Choice Flax for Seed Purposes Htgh purity and germination test. Will fill any slzo order from one bushel to a car. A. B. McVAY, BARONS, ALTA. V__=J Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE Phone 032 408 Fifth Street South DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental md Cut Stone Woi-ks DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician, ! Surgeon, Accouohor. Hours S-I; 7-8 p.m. Office �14 Third Areou* Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Kye, No�e ftn SON-Office, lOB Bherloolt Bloek. Telephones; Office 319; Realdeno* 618. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.S 1.80 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D,.-Phy slclftn, Surgeon, Aocoucher. 1324 4 th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phone 476. 86-8 DENTAL OH. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduat* of Royal College of Dental Burgeon* Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rootni 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (enoceeooi to Drs. Courtlce ft Gilchrist)-Orad-tiato Untversitr ot Maryland. Rooms 6 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phon4i 1165, Lethbridge, Alt*. 170- DRS. MARRS and MARRB-Dentists. Successors to Drs. SteK'art sad Me-Clnre Hours:  to 6. OSlc*. Hli-tnbotham Block. Phone 874. DR. E. a GIMiWONDS-Dentlet. member of Roysl College ot 8iirgw>ns. (Eng. Licentiate Royal Collegi ol Physlclann (London.) UD.B. 1908. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Ottlee: �-8 Hlg-tnbotham Block. Phone 181*. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Loading Punersl Director and Bmbalmer; klao agent for the Somenrille iviarble ft Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. Il� sidence 284 7th Are. 8, Phone H7�, Open day and night MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES la opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. h. C. C. Salmon. Candidates pre-pared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to 11. C. C. Salmon. l2r,S 5th Ave. S. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and . Theory. Over ten years, torching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 nth Ave. A. South. 96-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decora^ ors, Paperhangers and Painters; KalsomlnlHg, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Bsttmates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; offloe phone 1753, Sherlock Bldg., Leth. bridge. Alt*. 150-� AUCTIONEER W. L. WlLBON, Ulesnssd Auctlonser, All \IndB ot sales conducted. Terns reasonable. . Prompt settlements. Job lots ol stocks ot nsrcDsndlsB purchased. 1 will aire buy the tire contents of furnished house*. Head olBco at ib* Wilson Fiimlturo Co., 418 i.*.tb 6u Hotio. Liotbbrtdse, Phone 1025. FRANK WAODINaTON-If you ars contemplating an auction sale ot your farming stock, stock-la-trade or household goods and elteata, ccneult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-brldpe, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Ttveo-tv yoars' <�xpprlenc�. 286-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plaj-er-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours CfirtJflcate MT. Assn., London. KDfjIand. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 12r,.i fiih Ave. A South. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work dono promptly. Orders called for and dellvorod. Prank Miles, 611 4th Avenuo South. 52-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-P,ed Ot all kinds. Carloads or leas, laqulr* for quotations when buying or selling- Wo are In tonch with ths best markots Storage space for rent X'xcellont bsaemont tor poilshabla goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. o. Box 112. 187-0 8. Y. HURST-Bmbahner � Pnoeral Director. 80t Srd Avenno South. i| Phone 1802. Open nljcht and day. W. A. HENriERSOfl A COY. (.sthbrldge : t < Medlolns Hst Wlnnlpsa Chsrtsred ikoeeuntsnta Avsouatanoy In nil Us branohsa: Audit. Bocreurlsl, Ad-TlBory, 8yBtematlr,lng, and Trust Work, Inv��. Ug�tlons, Ltquldationa, Aeadia Building, Lethbrlogir Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATBROONt Chartursd AcooMntant iHf.skJt ;