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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MPRESC.Charles Chaplin i/The Tramp'-Edwin Stevens in'The Man Inside' TONIGHT kJ E_ nRPHEUM - \m TONIGHT || B PRICES lOo A 16e*'* THE LETHBRIDGE DAII,Y fflSftALD THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916 Five Acts Thit piotur* It comparatively new, having been only hown hare ono6. Our HAKt, B(u� Bird. Friday and Saturday Flora Parkar Da Havan and Carter De Haven In "The Wrong Door." Charles Chaplin 'Am..- "When Rogues Fall Out" THIS 18 THE GREATEST TWO-HEEL KEYSTONE EVER SEEN IN THE CITY WITH HELEN HOLMES AND LEO MALONEY. RECTED BY J. P. McGOWAN. See Helen Holmea In thla great Railroad Drama Dl- LiiHt Times Touight THE EXQUISITE LITTLE iMARGUERITE CI^ARK IN A GREAT COMEDY "MICE AND MEN** COMING-FRI.-SAT. "Winning the Futurity" A Wonderful Picture of the Race Courte In 4 reele. Aleo Paramount serim^ AND Charles Chaplin- Daughters of the Empire ENTERTAINMENT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT at EIGHT O'CIock DOORS OPEN AT M5 Prices oOc. No reserved seats. STRONGER AND BETTER THAN EVER-Best balanced and most Perfect Chorus that has ever come from Wales. MR. DAVID JOHN (DEWI LLYFNWY), most noted Welsh Chorus Director. MR. BEN T. JONES, greatest Baritone in all of Wales. MR. GEO. HOPKINS, Basso of London Grand Opera. MR. GERALDUS G. HOWELL, great Welsh Tenor Lyric. MR. ERNEST JOHN, great Welsh Tenor (Operatic). SOLOS, DUETS, TRIOS, QUARTETTES, ETC.___ ENSEMBLE WORK MARVELOUS! SOLOISTS SUPERB! AUCTION SALE At the Lethbridge Sale and Feed Barns, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 29th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-1 black mare,. 4 years old, weight 1705 lb�., in foal; 1 black mare, 4 years old, weight 1800 lbs.. In foal; 1 bay mare, 5 years old, weight 1&68 lbs.. In foal; 1 bay mare, % years old, weight 1656 lbs.. In foal; 1 black mare, 5 years old, weight 1450 lbs., In foal; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, weight 1460 lbs.; 2 choice saddle horses, well broke, 5 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 gelding, rising 2 years old, weight 1400 lbs.; 1 mare colt, 1 year old; 1 horse colt, 1 year old; 6 geldiugi, from 6 to 10 yearn old, weights from 1200 to 1600 lbs.; 8 mares and geldings, from 3 to 7 years old, weights from 800 to 1200 lbs. CATTLE-12 Choice dairy cows, all frosh with calves at foot; 55 head of range cattle, mixed cattle, cows and calves; 2 year old steers and 1 year old steers and heifers. IMPLEMENTS-6 Lumber wagons; 2 democrat wagons; a single buggies; 4 sets of double buggy team hamosss; 4 sets of single buggy team harness; 2 seta of double light harness. Everything mu�t be sold, ae the proprietor Is e'vlna up farming. TERMS:-CASH. J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER Sate v�fll be at the premlees of THE WILSON FURNITURE STORE, 416 13TH ST., NORTH, LETKSAjDGE, �B,332.38 Stock will be told In block with a low reserve bid. MR. FRANK WADDINQTON, AUCtlONEER, Wesley Church, May 1st ROYAL GWENT WELSH MALE SINGERS What the Press Agents Say At the Empress The Wg feature. The Man Inildo, a flye-reol seneatlon. will be shown again tonight. No one snould miss this. Tl'ere is also a dandy Chaplin. �'The Tnimp." ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WiLNTED-Competent general aer-\ant. Apply 1362 1st Ave. S. IIS-S WANTED-Bell boy. Apply nt Lath-bridge Hotel. 114-3 WANTED-Young girt to aBslst in tea rooms. Apply at once Hudson's Bay Company._116-0 WANTED - Girl for general ho\ise-work. Apply Mra. M. J. Bohmer, Chin, Alta. 116-1 WANTED - Olrl to make trousara. Must have some experience, T. C. RMpath. 407 6th SL, 8., I^ethbridge. ___116-0 WANTro - Bnginaer for power house. Must have 2nd class papers. Steady Job. VfugM �4,40. Apply Box 33, Herald. 116-2 At the Orpheuin "When Rogues Fall Cut," three parts, tfill be shown at the Orpheum for the balance of the week. Holmes, the president of the S. L. railway, has been trying very hard to secure a new franchise for his company. Frank Hynea, an acquaintance of Helen, the daughter of Holmes, has been a friendly visitor at the house, but, unknown to Helen and her father. Is trying in every way possible to prevent Holmes from obtaining the franchise. Hynes, some time later, learns that Holmes has obtained the franchise and, with the aid of Ben Wliite, a dope fiend, and some of the latter's pals, the papers are stolen that night from Holmes' office. Charlie Chaplin will also be eeen in "The Property Man." WANTED-A cook for Isolation hos. pital, duties to commence May 1st. Apply stating experience and wages required to Ur. Thomson, acUng Medical Health Officer. 108-0 W'ASThX)-Have you a team and do you want to work 20 acres in tha city on shares. Apply W. S. Nelson ft Co.. iMberta X>oan Block, phone 1214, P 0. Box S64. 112-6 , WANTED-Men ana women to learn I barbering. Wages while leamlni, tools free. Situation guaranteed. la-formation, book of initruotlons mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 81& Centre St, new C.P.R. depot 33-0 WANTED-Men and woman to learn' barber trade ; eight wiieloi auallHea ; tools Iree ; wages while learning ; po-litlons guaranted ; illustrated catalogue and particulars Itea. Molet Bar-: bet College, S04a Cwtre St.. Cal- PREACHER DEAD .Moose Jaw, Sask., April 24.-Rev. !Samuel Reynolds .pastor at Brownlee, Sask., Presbyterian church, died hore, 1 yesterday of heart failure. Rev. Rey-jnclds arrived from North Dakota a . tew days ago to take over his new 1 congregation. He visited his son, Corp. Reynolds of the 2l0th battalion while here. The funeral service will be held tomorrow and the 210th battalion will parade. SITUATIONS WANTED card OF thanks -Mr. and -Mrs. Douglas McDonald and family express their many thanks to Icind friends for expresalons of deep sympathy in their sad bereavement in the dath of their son James. They also wish to than., the St. Andrew's Church congregation. The Young Men's Bible Class, The Christian Endeavor, The Y'oung Gentlemen his companions who acted as Bearers and the friends who sent flowers: Mr. and Mrs. Dr. McDonald, Barbara McDonald, flower pillow; Employees of No. 6 Gait Mine, gates ajar; Young Men's Bible Class and Cliris-tian Endeavor, harp; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hutton, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jamieson, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. John Mcintosh, wreath; Mrs. and Miss Miller, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, spray; .Mr. and Mrs. Smith, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shaw, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McDonald, spray; Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford, spray; Mr. and Mra. A. Rappell and family, spray; Messrs. J. & A. Johnstone, spray; Miss Margaret and Mr. "Tom Tennant, spray; Master Jas. Goldle,, spray; Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson, spray; Mr. and Mrs. H. Morris, spray; Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McGowan, spray. WANTED-Situation as cook on farm by experienced woman. Has boy two years old. Apply Box 38, Herald. 116-1 WANTED - Live, energetic young man, 30, desires change of position, experienced book-keeper and grocery eaJeiman, best of references, roason-able salary, full particulars, box 30. Herald office._116-3 TO FARMERS - There is no need to curtail your seeding opertitlons through shortage of men. We have thoroughly e.xperlenoed farm handff we can- send you. Phone in yo/ar order to J. Harris Sc. Co., 1412, Lethbridge, � 4456, Calgary. 113-0 IMPROVED B. C. FARM FOR SALE , 600 Acres at MaryBVlUe, B. C, V4 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 running water. Whole farm can be irrigated if desired. Splendid local market. This is one of the beauty spots of the Kootenays, |26 per . acre. Small cash payment, balance I easy to right party. For particulars apply to P. Lund, Box 188, Lethbridgb, or phone 516. Ad. No. "E" AUCTION SALE Saturday, 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.................................... 52,768.35 Furniture and House Furnlshlngt .............. 1,276.90 Crockery and Glassware ..................... 621.70 Wall Paper.................................. 194.18 Fixtures ......................,................ 471.26 LOST AND FOUND FOUND-An automobile tire. Apply 1271 5th Ave. North. 115-3 FOR S-Ulii-One Studebaker road-ster, 1914 model, in good shape, phone E. H. Oliver. 13S1. HS-g LOST-Llght brown Jersey cow. brand-ed Bar L L on left side. Finder rewarded by communicating with Phono 1705. LOST-Between Bank of Montreal & 5th street south, a small parcel containing a photograph. Finder please notify Mrs. Bartiett, P. 0. Box 103. 115-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE STRAYED^From N. W. V4 10-10-32^ one brown horse. 4 years old, branded T over lazy 8 on right Jaw. |10.00 reward tor information. Thos. Bcott, Commerce, Alta._114-6 LOST-One dark mare colt, coming three year old. Branded B W under - on left flank. Last seen sonith of Burdett. Reward of �2(X00 will be given for its recovery. C. T .Brooks, Bow Island, Alberta.__116-� STRAYBU>-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 wMte feet, shod all around, branded T lazy P on left thigh. Has rawhide halter on. J. H. MoTavlsh, _113-0 J20.00 REWARD-For the ^oUowlns animals. One bay mare 6 years old, branded J lazy G left hip, two white feet, had yearling colt One bay gelding, 6 years old, branded J lazy C on left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldala. Ap-ply E. S. Bowden. Taber, Alta. 97-2S LOST-One blue-grey mare, age i, branded running L B on right thigh, brand blotched. 110 reward for information leading to recovery, thought to be in Raymond district Write Sick Farm, New Dayton P. O., or "ural phone. 105-12 STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON mpney TO LOAN WOJraV.-TQ LQAK - On improved twm landa. Apply W. S. Neison & Co;. Albarto Blook. phone 1214, P. O. JBOX aw, 112-6. THIS PA OB DOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CXXJCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THa SAME DAY AS OitDiiRlUU. FOR ^LE ! Choice Flax for Seed Purposes High purity and K9rmln�Uon teat. Will fill any alxQ oriUr from one bushel to a car. A. B. McVAY, BARONS, ALTA. LOST-$10 reward for Information leading to recovery of these animals: One brown mars, weight 1100, branded on left thigh; one blue grey J, mare, weight 1300, branded _^_.on left shoulder. Notify E, D. mwM Robinson. Del Boneta, Alber-Hflta. 10^-24 LAND-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-Three qijarter seotions, irrigated hay meadow suitable (or 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 |6,FO0. This is a snap. S. E. 'A Sec. 36 and N, V4 See. 25, Tp. 5, UK. 2, W 4th. G. P. Muir, Oletohon. AlU. 113-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESI AND ALL KINDS OP BL6C-TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzie & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8. FOR SALE-One used piano, just like new. $226.00. on easy terms. Mason & Rlscli. Ltd. 98-0 FOR SALE-Ice Cream and ConCoc-tlonery Business, good going. Apply Box. 40. Herald Office.__ll-� FOR SACE-Two ton CJold Coin seed potatoes, 116.00 per ton. Apply Tom Kaos, Staftordvllle, phone 605. 116-6 FOR SALE-Cedar fence posts In carload lots. Apply Box 564, Nelson. B. C 118-6 POTATOES FOR SALE)-First class Early Ohio ami Gold Coin. P. O. Box 661, H. Qalvtn. Lethbridge. 112-0 FOR BALB OB RSNT-On easy terms one Ave roomed cottage on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 619, Blarmers' Lumber Co. 88-0 FOR SALB-Reltance. Burbank. Gold Coin and Early Ohio seed potatoes, $16 per ton, $1 per sack, loss than ton lots. Apply 1246 5th Ave. A. S.. or phone BSOfl. 113-G AUTO BARGAIN - Ono-thlrd cost Plve-pass6n�er touring car with two extra seats. SO h.p.. good condition, r�-tlred last year, complete set tools, set (4) tire rests, waterproof covers, mileage 8.000. good condition. 1950.00. Box 46 Herald Office. 116-6 FOR SAU!-Alfaira, Umothy, mlxwJ hay, bluejoint and straw ready (or prompt shipment All hay inspected on farmer*' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sheriock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 FOR SALE-One 15-16 Case tractor steam engine and roller, including roller and tractor wheels. In splendid condition, for one-third of cost A snap for town corporation, as a street roller or for farmers and thresher-man. Apply The E. A. Sharman Co.. 1217 and Ave. S. 109-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR BALE-Brantford bicycle, cushion frame model, in good condition. Complete with tools and pump. Apply Q. Beaton. 780 10th St 8. 111-6 FOR SAIjE-One �:aison Orsmophone Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly payments. Mason & Rlsch, Ltd. 98-0 FOK SALE)-Harness leather (chrome black), lace halter and latago leathers for sale, or made from your own hides. All kinds of skins tanned tor furs, rags and robes. A post card will bring you prices. Lethbridge Tannery, P. O. Box 6�, Lethbridge, -\Ua. 118-20 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WAN11BD-TO rent, furnished house by young couple. For immediate occupation. Apply Box 44, Herald, 111-6 WANTES^-At onoe, light house-keeping rooms tor business man and wife, no children. Must be central. Apply Box 43. Herald. 116-G "WANTED TO RENT-Yoong couple, one child, wiah to rent two or three furnished house-keeping rooms, or small fumtshed^house till about Nov. let. Apply Box S9, Herald. 115-2 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 HOUSE FOR EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE - $1,000 equity in modem house at 826 6th St S. E.. Lethbridge. tor horses, stock, second hand auto, new motorcycle, or small tract of land clear. Address D. I. Que, m 7th St, S. E., Medicine Hat. 116-4 TO RENT TO RENT-Boarding house In Wool-ford, Alta. Partly furnished. Apply to O. H. Thomee, Woolford, Alta. 112-6 TO RENT-One or two unfiuTJished rooms, use ot gas stove, suitable for a soldier's wife. 1001 7th Ave. 8. 112-6 FOR RBNT-7 room house, furnished, den and fireplace, modem, also good 8 room house, M. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block, phone 961. 112-6 TO RENT-Quarter or half section of Irrigated hay land near Coaldale. Cash or share rent W. �. Pawson, Jr. Coaldale. Phone R207. 114-6 TO LET-Suites, furnished and uu-furaiahed. modem conveniences, centrally located. Apply W. S. Nelson & Co., Alberta Loan Blook, phono 1214, P. O. Box 364.__112-6 TO � BEINT-1331 6th Ave, South, a seven room house, full sized basement gas heated, on onr line. Immediate possession. Apply 616 10th St, South. 112-0 For Sale-Eggs and Poultry FOR 8AL.K-Partridge Wyandottes, pen that won � Ist prize Calgary last year, sotting of fifteen eggs $2,00, Brereton,' Glengarry, Calgary, Phone W4216.- .....__114-6 WHITE WYANDOTTE EGOS-I can spare a few � sittings- from my best pen. containing 1st and '2nd pullets at Raymond.- 2nd and- 3rd Grassy Lake and-Innisfail, and hens Ist, 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge, 1914. Headed by cockerel 1st High River and Raymond and' 2nd Oruany Lake, At six shows last fall I won 11 firsts, 8 seconds and 3 thirds. Price $8 per 16, C. 3. Wyatt Diamond City. 100-24 FOR SALE FLAX SEED CLEANED AND SACKED $2^0 per bii. or $2.25 looHe At our- farm, 8 miles itouth of I.,ethbridBe, Phone R411 THC FCLGER FARMING 00., LIMITED. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE 6UPERPLOUB HAIR REMOVED- 8HAMPOOINO-Mlaa K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic inatUute, Medical Massage and Oytnnastloa iSwedlsh), Electri-rml Vibratory and Therapeutic Ught Treatments, Rlecirolysla and Shampooing TreatmeQti given br appointment only. Room l Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and Juno B Smith-If you aro slok and want to regain health, take spinal adjustmonte and get well. Consultation free. ' Ofllce in residence, 803 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Piione 1677. 95-25 private hospital PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mra. Van Haarleau's Private Hosplui ond Maternity Home. Speolal rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenuo South, Phone 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses, 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervouanesa, etc.) All commu-nloations to Mrs. O. Thojnas, 619 10th Street South. SI-0 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the moat scientlflo methods applied wltliout injury to garments. Our work la aure to pleasa you. Colleot. and deliver Phono 1812. BS4 Sixth StiMt Sonth. OUfI CITY DVEINQ AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Pura re-made and cleaned; aulte made to order; best work. Only dyeing worka In the city. Phone 444. UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. TJpholstei'lng- UPHOLSTERING- Furniture repairing, upholstering, polishing. Charges reasonable. B. Brook, 926 7th St. A. South, 921 7th Street South. 116-6 DRESSMAKING Superior Workmanship, Perfect l-'it Metropolitan Style. MISS WILSON. Room 1, Above Ryland'e Store. TO RENT Upper Hall, S.O.E. Building ON AND AFTER MAY 17TH the up-per 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 DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shad*. PHONES: Office . fttablea 116S 1064 J Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE 408 Fifth Phono fi32 street South ^ """^ "Ow DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED MEDICAL DR. W. 8. QALBBAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Aocouoher. Houra 8--S; 7-S p.m. Office 914 Third Avanu* Phone 12B8. OR, TAYLOR-Ear, Bye, Noaa ��� Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Offica hours 10-12; 2-5; aTonlnca by polntmont. Phonea: Ottlca S41, R*-atdenoe 698. ORS. CONNOR, MoNALLY A JAMIfr SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 819; Resldenoa 819. Office hours: 11 to 13 a, m.: 1.80 to S.-IO; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B,A., M.D.-Ph^ siclan. Surgeon, Aocouoher. 1824 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 1 to 8. Phone 478. 60-0 DENTAL Oft, M. J. GIBSON-DenttBt, graduate of Royal CoUega of Bental Surgeona Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental CertlOeata. OfClca: Room* 6 and a, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (enoceasof to Dra. Courtlce ft Qilohrtst)-Graduate UnlTorslty of Maryland. Rooma 8 and 9, Macdonald Blook. Phoaa 1166, Lethbridge, Alta. ItO-i DRS. MARRS and MARR8-Dentlsta Successors to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Clure Houra: 9 to 6. Office. Hlr Inbotliam Blook. Phon* 374. OR, E, a SIMMONDft-Dentist, member of Royal College of aurgMna, (Eng. Licentiate Royal Collegi' of Physlclanj) iLondon.) UD.8. WOO. Hours: 9-lS: 1-B. Office: M Htr inbotham Block. Phon* l�lfl. UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer: alao agent for the Somerrllla Marble & Gran-ite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. R� Bldence 284 7th Ara. 8., Phona 117A, Open day and night 8. Y. HURST-EmbalmM a Funeral Dtrnctor. 808 8rd ATenne South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC miss aileen M. jones Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr, H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal CoUeiga of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. a Salmon. 1Z69 etn Ave. 3. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years, teaching experience. Studio ftilly equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1?2� 5th Ave. A. South; 96-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators, Paperhangers and Patntera; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Batlmatea given. The oldest establlshad Palnten In Lethbridge. Rea. Phona 1471; offloe phone 1752, Sheilock Bldg,, Lethbridge, Alta. IBO-B AUCTIONEER W. 1_ WILSON, Uoanaad Aucttanear. All Mnda of aalaa conducted. Tama raaaonabla. . Prompt aattlemaDta, Job lota at atoeks ot merohandlae purchased. I will alao buy the entire contenta ot nmlahad houaa*. Head offlo* at tha WUaon rntnltnra Co.. 416 IStb dt. NorU t�tatnM��b Phono 1025. FRANK WADDtNGTON-R you ara contemplating an auction sale ot your farming etock, atook-in-trade or household gooda and affects, consult Frank Waddlngton. Leth-brldgo, who will give you expert service on reasonable terma. Twenty years' experience. 2�6-6 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPP8, EXPERT TUNER-Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 ypare factory experience. Hon-ours Certlflcate MT, Aaan., London, England, Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phoaa Hfll. 1253 nth Ave. A South, MONUMENTS Headstones and; ' Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 (or yoiir shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Prank Miles. 611 4th Avenue South. B2-0 hay, grain, feed BALED HAY AND STRAW-F�ed Ot all kinds. Carloads or leaa. InqulM (or quotations when buying or aatt-Ing. We are In touch with the beat markets. Storage apaoa for rant Excellent baseroeot for peitshabla goods. Hyde ft Saimders. Phona 1244. P. O. Box 112. 147-0 W. A. HENDERBON � COY. Lathbrldga i : : Madlolne Hal WInnlpa* : Chartered Aeeeuntania A'iCOHntancy in all ita branobaa: Audit, flecreurtal. Ad> Tlaory, Byntematiilcc and Truat Work, Inv�� ttgattona, Llauldatloua, - Aaadia Building, LathbrtOM RaaldanI R. J. RITCHIE PATKR8QM, Ohart�ir*d AaaounUnt .(�k,a�,j| ;