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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAW% HERALD PATHE- ENGLISH GAZETTE "THE HOUSE that JACK BUILT" LAST TIMES TONIGHT Tlje Wonderful ChiU Actress BABY MARIE OSBORNE In "LittU' Miwy Siiiisliiuc*' A truly tplendid picture for young and ::� old. Don't Miss It. COMING WEDNESDAY, THURSpAY JESSE E. LASKY PRESENTS THE GREAT DRAi MATIC STAR-FANNY WARD IN "FOR THE DEFENSE" Considered to be an even greater achievement than "The Cheat" and . . "Tennessee's Pardnor" TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1010 * rMPRESC 1j Last Time \3 TONIGHT THE GREAT FAVORITE feJt 'The Soul ilket' > "Another Metro Wonder Play in Five Stupendous, Acts. If li need-; less.f6 say that this picture is very much out of the ordinary. , WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SALE-Miscellaneous �FOK SALE-Sovoral empty stool oil dnima. Apply Ford Giirngp. 193-C von SALE-Second Hiind Kord cnr In good order. $350.00. Apply Uanltm Jlotor Co.__195-0 WANTED-Corapetonl Keueiul servant. No washing or ironing, 422 1311) St. South. 191-0 TONIGHT Also BILLIE RITCHIE in a screaming L-KO. Other good pictures. 10-15c. � PONT |-_ _-FDRCET WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER . Please noUFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. , NowarcfSfufcfibury, Sec)'. OR Retiirued Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, j;/P.. OLIVER. City Clerk. Secy. '^Old Country Passen-^gers. Attention! �\Ve can offer you excellent accommodation at a very low rate. Our steamers are large twin screw andvup to date. V'Montreal-Glasgow Sailings Athenla ................. Aug. 10 Satyrnia ............... Aug. 15 Catsandra ............... Aug. 22 Athenia ................ Sept. 9 All steamers cam- Cabin Pns-seiiEers only. Rate $52.50. Forrrates and other information ap-ply.:ftny Railroad or Steamship Agent,'or DONALDSON LINE h. E. LIDjMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main SL Ph. M5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. What the Press Agents Say At Starlaud "Llttlf .Mary Sunshine" in which the wonderful cUHd actress. Baby Marie Osborne play.s the lending role so splendidly, will be shown at Starliind for the last times tonight. U is h- ilTEMOFPUR[ GRAFT OlSCOVE Winnipeg. July 31.-^More contracts ! for "extras" given by the Jlanitoba i government to Thomas Kelly and Sons parliament buildings contractors, w�ro enquired into by the crown, continuing ,,e,..,,, u,o �m. m.p,a,., ,, chltect described an item of $64,000 In contract given to pretation that Uie little tot disph this great five-reel feature. Nobody should, miss seeing it. In addition to , ,,,rn,,o ,teel Built" Will be shown for the last time | i^stloned.'^^he tonight. I witness quoted Mr. Coldwell as saying On Wednesday and Thursday, Kanny i g^^lv In the work that they Ward will be seen in another Laskyj trying to get an architect, F. W. triumph of the screen, "hor the Ue-Ion "off the job entirely" and that were triumph of the screen. "For the Ue-1 on "'"oTf the" job'onUrVl7''nnd^hat "th^y fense This is a .^tory of romance } t,,oyg,,t interfere with their and thrills, carrying the amiienco innn j p|^,g... Horwood was made supervis-Parls to Montreal, New \ork and \V est-!,,. construction, umlertnklng the em Canada and back nga n to Now ...Q^k Simon xras described as being ^ork where the climax of the play is n,xioug reached, and some most exciting ^ Bonuar K. C, continued Ilor- scenes occur._ j wood's examination. Horwood said ' ' , I his recollection' was that his original "dome estimate" at $212,000 had been taken from the (lle.s and destroyed on instructions from Hon. Dr. Montague, who told him he hart talked with Kelly and they had agreed they could .not At the Orplieum - V The Dardanelles Expedition, will bo the big feature at the Orpheum to- WANTKD-A young man to run milk rig, good homo and wages, steady work, .ftpply Thoa. Chambers, two miles north of Exporimontal Farm. 191-3 WANTED-Clean, honest couple for small ranch. Threo to cook for. No other woman on tho place. Chas. Jen- kins, New Dayton. l94-fi WANTED-Competent stenographer. Apply Western Canada .Agency, Ltd., IIIIC 1st Ave. South. 193-r. WANTED-Young girl to assist in housework. Apply 626 fim St. S. 195-6 WANTED-Female teacher tor Hud' son School District .^lo. 2304. State Salary. Apply K. Leek, Sec.-Treas., Grassy Lake, Alherta. 196-6 WANTED-An experienced 'ciiat maker. Apply to H. F. Simmons, Scotland Woollen Mills, 5th St., Leth-bridge.___ WANTED-Girl to work in store wiiii can assist with housework at Grassy Lake, Alta. Apply Box IS Herald. 195-3 TO LET-Furnished room. Central. Apply 527 Sth St. S._____195-6 WANTED-Tliere Is tui opening at tho Herald for a live young fellow about 17, who would like lo go into newspaper work. Must he good typist and have knowledge of stenography. Must also be ambitious, steady and of good addross.,Apply at once. 186-0 WAN'TED-Competent "�tcT\ograpFerT Apply Superior Supply Co. 190-6 WANTED-By Lethbrldge business, stenographer, one who would like meeting tho public, in olllce. Apply Box 50, Herald. � 186-0 I night with a three-reel comedy feat-i Protect it." The witness was ques-Uurlng Billie Ritchie. ' ' At the Empre.ss VThfevSpul Mnrket" a five part story DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. 0�fie�-C. P. H. Freight Shadk PHONES: Offlc* ........... 1183 Stable* :......... m* tioned at length about a contract for steel grillage for the south wing and dome section given to KoUy at $215,-lOOO. Horwood said Kelly assisted him in making up this amount and told him to add $64,000 for concrete fllUng , , . between the grillage. ; HprvrootT said , of life behind tho scenes ot a Broad- \ he told the corit'ractor this Item' could j -way theatre and along the Great White 'not be paid since all the concrete was j Way, In which Mme. Petrova is star- already provided for, and Kelly told red. will be the next attraction here him to "bluff it." at the Empress theatre, today for the "That $64,000 item was what?" en-lii.st time. quired Mr. Bonnar. "The Soul Market" Is a Metro feat-. "Pure graft" replied witness, uro picture produced by the Popular "The witness is probably an adept," Plays and Players and is said to af-1 commented A. J. Andrews, of the de- WANTED! Farm Hands and Hayers $2.00 to $2.50 a day and board. Or $50 a month and board. J. Harris & Co. Employment Agency Lethbrldge, Alberta ford Mme. Petrova unlimited opportunity to display her marvellous emotional and dramatic gifts. There are scores of interesting scenes ot new-York life, faithfully produced from the; actual surroundings where the story is j laid. Mme. Petrova has a strong sup- j porting cast, including Arthur Hoops. Wilmuth Markyl, Gypsy O'Brien, Eva Brent, Fraunie Fraunholr, Fritz de Lint and other well known stage and screen artists. fence counsel. Horwood said the figure of $215,000 was given him by Dr. R. M. Simpson. CAUGHT A CHILL PROHIBITION WORKS WANTED-Teacher for independent school district, tor the ensuing school year, having first class Alberta certificate. Salary offered is $780.00 per annum. Teacher's houjc, furnished complete, also coal, in exchange for teacher doing or seeing that janitor work is done. Six miles from station and post office, English speaking people. Protestant. Six grades. No boarding house in the district. N. C. Treg-loan, secretary, Wrenthara, Alberta. 192-G -:---^ . -- -----b ------ LOST AND FOUND FOR SALE-Book case and writing desk combined, linll rack, gas fixtures, spring and mattress ami 50 fool of garden hose. Apply 808 6th Ave. S. _^__________195-6 FOR SAL1.7 OR RENT-Store with good patronage. A good opening for man with small capital. Apply J. H, Watson, Conlhui-st. 196-2 FOR SA1J4 cash, balance terms, or will trade for prairie land. Irrigated land preferred. Wui. Budesheim, Brouse, 13. C. 192-r DR. W. 8. OALBRAITH - Physician Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours 2-3; 7-S p.m. Oftico 014 Third AvenuA Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR - Ear, Eyo, Nose and Throat; IIG Shorloek Bldg, Ottlce hours 10-12; 2-5; ovenings by polnlment. Phones; OtCico 341, K� Pidenco 593. DR8, CONI'IOR, McNALLV A JAMIE. SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block, Tolophonos: Otfico 319; Resldonca 019, Otfico hours; 11 to 12 a. m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 lo 8, p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B,A., M.D.-Physician, Surgeon, Accouchor. 1324 4th Avonue North,' Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phone 476. CO- When a little force ot Icsa than 12 men wa.s isolated during: a German bombardment and attack. Styles found halt a dozen mae|iUje guns In a'dugout and with them held oft" the'German advance tor two hours uiilli reinforcements were able lo como up. LOST-On Third .-Cve. South between 6th and 10th Streets. $45.00 in loose bills. Finder will be rewarded by returning to Herald. 195-2 FOR SALE-4 year old grade Shorthorn bull. Apply P. 0. Box 624, phone 195-6 TO RENT TO RENT-Modern dwelling,", eight rooms, all newly painted and kalso-mlned throughout, large grounds. Including barn and garage. Centre of city. Rental $30 per month. Applv W. F. .Nelson & Co., 416 5th St. S. Phone 1214. ,. 19.1.6 WANTED-To buy a team of old mares, weight about 1,400 lbs. .Must be ound. Fred Boyd, New Dayton, Alia. 195-2 WANTED-Three or 'our furnished rooms, central iocatlon. Apply to Box 551, Herald. 184-0.\ WANTED TO PURCHASE - Have you anything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horso hair. Call at M. Mosoovich, 2nd Hand Stcro, 710 3rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. 175-26 BUSI.N'ESS OPPORTUNITIES-Your opportunity to get in with growing liritlsh Columbia industry. Established six years. Can use three lo five thousand dollars additional capital. Good interest, safe and conservative. Full particulars, R. c. McNaughton, 2184 4lh Ave. W., Vancouver. B. C. 193-0 to RENT-Snites fuNiUhed and unfurnished in modern blocks in center ot city. W. F. Nelson & Company, 416 5th St., S. Telephone 1214 LeU^brjdge, Alberta. ___194-0 0FFICES""f0 ' RliN"t-Funiisheil or , unfurnished in Stafford Block, 5th St., | South. Apply Room 8, or phono 708. __; _ _ _ _____191-6 FOR RISNt-^SOruiH Avenue" S.7"hai nine rooms, modern, sloum heut, $30 per month. 508 Gth Ave, cottage, modern, $16 per month. T. M.Muft, Alberta Blk., Lethbrldge. 182-0 NOTICE TENDFIRS will be received by tho undersigned up lo Aug. 5lh,-1916, for tho Janitorship of the Coalhurst school from Sept. 1st, 1916 to June 30th, 1917. Particular.") on application. Proforonco yivon lo returned soldiers, D. Macnell. S3c.-TreaK., Coalhurst. Alta. 185-12 Canadian Paeilic Kailway C�>mi)any DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Tenders for fencing fifty farms in the proposed Farm Colony of "St. Jul-ien," (near TMley) for Returned Veterans ' v' _ Tenders are Injfltfld for the orect-lon of about .'i�t*inllofl,i-|:;|. Tenders are, to be-.r^eUverod not later than nopn'i'/qji, Thiii'Saay, August lOlh to tho uri^ai'signed from whom plans and spocti^ications may be obtained on application. B, S, Smith, , . Superintendent of Dovelopmont Branch. Culeury, Alberta, July 27lh, 1910. S, Notice to llay Contractors From 200 to 700 tons of good hay,to contract. Exceliant hay. Will pay good price per ton In stack. Apply- MclNTYRE RANCH, Magrath, Alberta, 193-6 Donou 6u�n pm? The Graee doalMino is now prepared to take care of all ordorg. ' PHONE 12SO The quality Is the beat. Delivered, $4.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ____FARM LANDS FOR SALE-^Largb' ranch,"lhor()Ugh-ly equipped, excellent grazing, abundant water, clinuito ideal for stock to graze in open all year. Special price and terms. W. P. .N'olson & Compan.v, !16 5tl' St. S. Phone 1214 Lethbrldge. igi.p FOR SALE-6:^0 acres good wheal land $11.35 an aen.-. $500 cash, balance $10 yearly payments.. W. F. Nelson & Company, 410 5th St., S. Phone 1214. 1(140 FOR '"SALE---^"lf,�o-a"c're highly "iiiT-provcd farm, including buildings worth $5,000. TOO acres in crop. Price $21.00 an aero. W. F. Nelson & Company, 416 Glh St, S. Phone 1214, Lctlibridge 194-0 FOirSAlJK-505 acrps'on 'I'odd CienT; north ot Cowley, about 200 irrigated, 100 )n llmolhy, writer right goes wiili tho'fnrni, two lanje btirna, with plank floors nnd box stalls, hold 100 liead of stock; hay room for 140 tons: six room house, with good sod water and telephone In. Creek runs by tho barns with plenty ot good fishing. The farm is fenced and cross fenced, and plenty of out buildings. ThiK Is tho place you want for a homo and making money. T. M. lIulT, Letlibvidge, Alberta. lS2-n FARfVl PRODUCE BALED HAY AND STRAW-Peed Of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or selling. We are In touch with the best markets. Storage space tor rent. Exoellont basement tor perishable goods. F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. 182-0 on. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato ot Royal College ot Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certlflcalo. Otfico: Rooms 6 and S, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T.. ALLEN-Dentist (suocoasol to Drs. Courtico & Gilchrist)-Grad-URle University ot Maryland. Booma 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 1105, Lethbrldge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARR8 and MARRS-DoutlatB. Successors to Dra. Stewart nnd Mo-Cluro. Houra: 9 to 5. Office. Hlg* inbotbam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dontlst, mem-her ot Royal College ot Surgeona. (Eng, Licentiate Royal CoUogo ot Physicians (London), L..D.S. 1900. Houra: 9-12; 1-6. Office: G-8 Higlnbotham Block. Phono IGIC. UNDERTAKING T. 8. Fetterly - Leading Funeral Director and Embalraor; also agent for the SomervlUe Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office oppo-Bite Court House. Phone 561. Ra-Bldence 284 7th Ave. 3.. Phono 1176, Open day and night 8. Y. HURST-Bmbalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd A.vonuo South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervlalon of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupUa entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were sucoeasf-;'.. Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years" teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with' blackboard, key'ioard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. 96-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe ' repairs. Woik done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miloa, 511 4th Avenue South. 52-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Aaan., London, England. Reference to tho leading mualolana of the city. Phone 1168, 1253 6th Ave, A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-SpeoIalislB in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most scientific method) applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure lo please you. Collect nnd deliver. Phone 1812 824 Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers Intending aelling their farm stock an I fmplementa, It will be to your I  teroat to consult me as to terms, e' . Write or phone 1025. Residence 14 . Bth Ave. North, Lethbrldge. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you .g contemplating an auction sal-your farming stock, stock-in-' or household goods and ef conault Frank Waridlngton, bridge, who will give you e'| aervioe on reasonable terms. 1 ty years' experience. 2t.l FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ., OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managers) Heildence 305. Accountant's residence 17B3. Inapectora at Lethbrldge, Coaldalo, Raymond and Magrath. All hay paid for In full when loaded. No comebacks. Eventually you will kick yourself for not selling your hay to ua. Why not now'J GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels atraighlcned, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsraitii, keys maiie, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mower.s sharpened. D. E. .McDnnuld, ludlun Motorcycle; Agent, Phono 1032, 407 Dth St. b. 192-0 SUPPLIESi AND ALL KINDS OF elec TRJCA'l WORK W.|i. McKcnzie & Co PHONk,?37 718 3rd Ave 3, Money to Loan W. F. NELSON & CO., Alberta Loan Bloclf, Lethbrldge, Alberta Pony Express Nut Coal Baled Timothy -iOa Fifth street South Phone 032 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED CORRESPONDENTS � WANTED' CSorreBpondents wanted to contri. bute news regularly to the Leth. bridge Herald from Coleman, Michel; Granum, Claresholm, Car-n^angoy, Orasay Lake, Burdett, Cowley, Milk River, New Dayton, forenioat, Li^cky Strike, Coutts, Spring Coulee, Coalhurst, Ar-P^ngemento explained by writing Nis'f'a. Editor, The Herald, Leth- THE NURSING MISSION Provides vlBltln& nurses tor maternity nnd all medical nnd surgical casus (except contagious dlseaaoB) and charges aeoordliig to the circumstances ot tho patient. Poor patients oared for free ot charge. � Graduato nufses for private duty alao provided. For further partlc-ulara apply to the Nursing Mission, 413 Utli St. S. Pljonu 1223, (Miss) A, M, Tilley, Supervisor. (Mios) Rose Cameron, Grad, Nurae (Miso) J.T. Mackenile, Grad. Nurse i'TIIB WANT AD. PAGE GOES TO PRESS EARLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAGE MUST REACH THE HERALD Oj'FIGlfl BY ONE O'CLOCW TO iN-BpRE INSERTION ON THE SA'./IE PAY AS DEILIVERED. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Accountants, Acadia Building,' 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything In Accountancy, An-dilB, Investigations, Books kept, or written-up tor Flrnis and PanuersUipH. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumbar, Mlninb'. ;\Ianutaclurlng Wholosalo �na Retail Accounllug. ' � Resident Partner, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON. Cliartorod Accountant (Scot;) 576679 ;