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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE TWO THR LETTfUmiDGfc HERALD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2..1910 THE VALE" MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEMING TONI3KT AND TOMORROW. JESSE E. LASKY presents the versatile and clever screen actress Fanny Ward In "FOR THE DEFENSE" A splendid Paramount feature, in five ports. Also a real laugh p'rodue- Ing comedy. FRIDAY-r-SATUfVDAY OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS ANNA HELD ill "Madame Lit A screamingly funny French comedy- drama In five acts. "Red FeatHer'Photopiays presenY'the Brllllnnt'Screen Star MARY FULLER In a drama throbbing with true heart interest teaching a powerful THROWN TO THE LIONS DIRECTION OF LUCIUS HENDERSON LATEST WAR WEEKLY GOOD COMEDIES 0 RP TONIGHT Positively Last Time OWING TO POPULAR DEMAND Olga Pctrova in "TUB'SOUL MARKET" Will be shown at this theatre tonight, together with THE GIGANTIC DAR- DANELLES EXPEDITION. Any one that has misseS these two specials should avail themselves of this opportunity tonight. FORGET JHEU {WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JDB TD OFFER Please notify iKNTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON, "'_ Howard Slutchbury, Secy. Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. J. P.. OLIVER. City Clerk. Secy. DRAYING -Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight Shcdfc L PHONES: i Office MONUMENTS Headstoiies What the Press Agents Say At Starland Anotlier splendid program is sched- uled for Starland tonight when Fanny Ward, who recently scored such a tri- umph In "The Cheat" will appear in another tremendous Lasky success. "For the Defense." in this picture Miss Ward appears us Fidele Roget. a little French novice, who is being sent from a Parisian convent to a convent in .Montreal. Arriving- in Xew York she is persuaded to enter a disrepu- table house, from which she escapes into a network of back yards. In try- ing to extricate herself she witnesses an accidental murder. The murderer tries to fasten the death of the vic- tim on the latter's chum, who is drunk at the time. In escaping, the latter meets Fidele, and the two find their way to a ranch in Western. Canada. Later the chum is arrested by the Police. He tells Fidele of the murder and she. remembering the incident, returns with him to Xew York where, after many exciting I! scenes the real murderer is brought to justice. In addition to this spler.- idid Paramount feature, a good com- jedy will he shown, and Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will sing a duet. Canadian Pacific Railway Company DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FOR j FOR" year old grado. Short-! horn bull. Apply 1'. 0. Box 112-r, phono 1604. FOH empty steel oil drums. Apply Kord Garage. 193-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE MEDICAL FOH Ford Runabout, fair condition. J250.00 cash. SalborE Grain Cit.v.' 196-U SITUATIONS VACANT general ser- vant. No washing or ironing. -122 lath 61. Soutj. 19-1-0 FOR tmby car- I rlngo, also gocnrt, fl.BU. 9'44 7th St. A. 6. 186-1 FOR case anil writing desk combined, hull nick, gns fixtures, spring iiliii uuittrcss ttiul 50 foot (ft' garden hose. Apply SOS IJlh Avo. S. .honest couple for small ranch. Three cook for. No other wounin on the place. Chns. Jen- kins, Now Dayton. 194-S stenographer. Apply Western Canada Asency, 1216 1st Are. Sonth. Ltd.. 193-6 girl to assist in housework. Apply 026 Cm St. S. 1'Jo-ti teacher for Hud- School District No. 2304. State FOR BALE Separator in good shape. Can he secured cheap. Ap- ply 157, Raymond, Alia. 189-G Tenders for fencing fifty proposed Farm Colony I Snlarv. Apply K. Leek, Sec.-Treas.. JuT- Lahe. Albortn._______196-ji (near Tilley) for Returned to work in store who can assist with housework at Grassy Lake Alta. Apply Box IS Herald. 19a-3 Tenders are invited for the erect- ion of about t'l) miles of tarb wire Ycnrins: in Townships 16 and 17, I- and lo. Wesi of the Kounh M t. soutti of Tenders are to be delivered not later than noon on Thursday. August ICth to the undersigned from whom plans, and specifications may be ob- tained on application. B. S. Smith, Superintendent of Development Branch. Calgary, Alberta, July 21th, 1916. S. COLMA TRAINING QUARTERS BURN San Francisco, Aug. 2. lett's training quarters at Colma where stenographer. 'uiorSuJiC190J6 at Provincial Jail. Apply to G. 'H. Oliver at Jail. girl about sixteen to assist with house work. No wash- ing. Apply Mrs. J. 7th Ave. S. II Tailing. woman or girl for general housework. Ciiust be able to do plain cooking. Apply Mrs. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm, phone 3S5. 19C-0 young man who wishes to learn the Lumber and Hardware Business. 560.00 per month to start. _ Good opportunity to advance. Ad- pugilists for 20 years or more have (lress Box ls5i Lethbridge, Alta. 186-1 ere destroyed by (Ire early district, for the ensuing school (year, having first class Alberta cer- tificate. Salary offered is per annum. Teacher's furnished __________ complete, also coal, in exchange for Los Anqeles Man Makes 242 and 243 I teacher doing or seeing that janitor niiycita HIH.I i___ .inna miloc friini RIFLE RECORD, BROKEN six trom stat.on and post office, English speaking peo- Los Angeles. Cal.. Aug. A new I ple. Protestant. Six board- ecord for two consecutive full rifle ing house in the district. N. C. Treg- cores under tlie rales of the-National loan, secretary, Wrentham, Alberta. Rifle association was announced having been made by W. G. Hansen of radusliy sup- Los Angeles in the qualiflcatiou trials! Crosses of every description to order Get pur prices and ,EEE OUR WORK YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Notice to Hay Contractors From 200 to 700 tons of good hay to contract. Excellent hay. Will good price per ton in stack. MclNTYRE RANCH, Magrath, Alberta. pay great actresses in film places on the Los Angeles .team in successes and in this big sensation the national rifle contest, in which the LOST AND FOUND rnpears at her best, "in the role of 'Elaine a mus- ical comedy prima donna, lime, Pe- pionship. Haiisen, according to E. C. Cross- trova is seen as a successful star, who man secretary of the club, made 243 becomes weary of the gay life around ion 53 ana 042 on Monday. This her, and "she views present conditions pqjials.-tlie record of 343 for a 'as fast approaching those ''that by G. L. Wolkyns of mined in ancient Babylon when-slaVe j Los Angeles and a member of the girls were sold in the open market. Qisnoit> team. L black bull calf, 10 mi j old. Branded I on right hip. 110.00 reward forB 'return'to Chas. Changer, Hard-g ieville, Alta. The situations which follow her awak- ening are 'intensely interesting and novel. The .Dardanelles rili again he-shown. Expedition At the Empress The storv of "Thrown to the in which Mary Fuller makes her bow to local audiences at the Empress to- night is both an intensely modern dra- ma of the penis of life in New York for a young girl and a classical alle- gorical drama When Rome rmeii the -world and Nero's maddest caprice was iaw? hu- OIL STRIKE ON PEACE RIVER CAUSES EXCITEMENT Peace River, Alta., Aug. in considerable quantity was struck at the J. D. McArthur well, 14 miles north of this place, on the Peace River, on Friday, at the depth of 33C f-et The oil is heavy and., is nro- -I. men 10 to 31- 'il'-'-f, Las been suy. pending the capping of the well, but will be rcounied immediately. to RAILWAY PM..WNT. TC BE inmen hnlidav The "irt thrown to (RAILWAY PRESIUKNia iu he tons of the city in the story is j CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER Linnie Carter, daughter of a country .uner. She is again out of work, j Tenning of e story. becuso j of th. New York, Aug. E. 'B. railroad e ennng o the musical show has failed. Her con- and President W. G. Thestler, of the sumptive father needs every penny Central Railroad of New Jersey, prob- anly win be arraigned on charges of manslaughter in connection with the explosion on_ BJack early with Krotz, the proprietor of a cheap.! Sunday morning, it was can earn Her friend Irma, also of the chorus, but of a very knowing type, arranges Harry 1 and Krotz is ever on the lookout for arres. and a warrant is out for a 193-6 fresh faces. I fourth. The same charge has been preferred against them all. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP At the Lethbridge Feed Barns 100 Mares and geldings as follows: 1 Matched team of mares, 4 years old, 1400 1 Matched team of grey 8 old. 3300 Ibs. 1 Matched team of bay 8 years old 3000 Ibs. 24 Mares and geldings, all broke to harness, ages from 3 to 9 years, 1200 to 1400 Ibs. 2 r.'idk-i, 4 years old, 1180 Ibs. 2 Mules, 3 years old, 1180 Ibs. 1 Mule, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs. 1 Mule, 2 years old, 1000 Ibs. 21 Mares and geldings, ages from 1 up to 9 years. 12 Mares and geldings, ages from 4 years up to 9 years. All broks to harness. 1 6 years old. 1400 Ibs.. 1 Bay gelding, 7 years old, 1250 Ibs. 1 Brown mare, 7 years old, 1250 Ibs. 1 Gentleman's saddle horse, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs. 1 Chestnut Stallion, 10 years old, Morgan breed. A sure foal getter and broke to harness, 1300 1 Matched team-of-grey geldings, 2300 Ibs. 1 Four seated'hack. 1 Set of double 'team harness, nickel plated, all in good shape. 10 Tents, 3 Sleighs. NO CASH. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD. J. A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER. WANTED! Farm Hands and Hayers to a day and board. Or a month and board. Harris Co. Employment Agency Lethbridge, Alberta hay mare Branded Ij on left shoulder, dark- steel griy I mare branded on left shoulder g_____ colt by side. reward, u. LIlBgH. Pinley. Section-4-7-19, west BUI of llh. Jlaybutt. Alta. 192-6 FOH BALIS OR with good patronage. A good opening for man with small capital. Apply J. H. Watson, Coalhnrst. 190-2 KOK chickens and chicken coop, ilOVj feet by feet. Also some good carpenter's tools. Ait- ply 'Mrs. Hill. 019 Gth St. S. 195-U FOB SALE 25 h.p. Case Engine and nearly new eight bottom Cockshutt plow, located near War- Will consider reasonable offer, SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes gradmtto of llio I'uiiiisylYanla Drill- oniwcllo Institute, MoUloa! MUBSIIKU uncl Oyinnastics ISlec- trlcnl Vibratory and Tlieraiioutlo Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shiimpoolns. Treatments given by appoiutinent'only. Hooin 1, Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith and .luiio B. you aro slcll and want to regain health, tako spinal udjustnients and well. Consul- tation free. Offleo in residence, BOS 7th Ave. S., opposite Modol Bak- erv, hours 0.30 lo S; 7 to Phone 1677. PRIVATE HOSPITALS M. D. Cotton, C29 Peyton Bide., Spi kaiiL1, Wash. 195-8 is PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Frivalo Hospital and Maternity. Home. Sepcinl rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenuo So'ltli. Phone 71C. PRIVATE HOSPITAL II. and 1'.. Phillips, firaduate nurses. 704 Cth Avo. South. Phono 318. 47-0 FOR one chicken house [______ DECORATING S x 18, cost 5S5.00, one stable 14 X 12, Decorai- hip roof, cost ?375.00. Bclh for Or3 pnp0rlang0ra aQd Painters; cash. A. E Humphries, 120 llth St. General Decoratlns South li'-O Estimates siven. DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours pjii. Office U14 Third Avonllfc Phono 1253. DR; TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Noso and. Throat; 116 Shorlock Bldg. Office .hours ovoniuga by ap- pointment. Phonos: Offleo 341, He- Bldence 593. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIU- 100 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Offico 319; Residence 613. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. 1.30 lo 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surgeon, Aceouche-r. ,1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to 8. Phone 470. DENTAL FOR No 10 type- run. Lethbriuge Kes "noiio l-u-; writer in use only two years, also No. h 1752 Bherlock BWg., 1 Royal typewriter, both ui good condition. J. B. Tuniey Co. W-0_______________________________ and Sign Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in lies. Phone 1472; office Leth- FOR acre fruit farm. JS.OOO, U cash, balance terras, or will trade for prairie land. Irrigated land pre- ferred. Wm. Budesheiuj, Bronse, B. C. FOR billiard tables, 2 pool tables, Brunswick-Balkc make, in good condition. Elite Cigar Slore, ath St. South. 1W-G WE BUY FURNITURE, we exchange goods, we loan' money, City Second Hand Store, 40li 5th St, South. Phone 1428. 194-ti FOR SALE OR Shetland ponies between the ages of DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms E and 8. Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtico uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonaid Block. Phone 11C5, Lothbrldgs, Alta. DRS. MARKS and Successors to Dm. Stewart and Mc- Cluro. Hours: 0 to 5. Office, Hip Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higinbotham Block. Phone 1G16. EDUCATIONAL UNDERTAKING GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sill St. S., Lcthbridge. Open all summer. Special hours July and August Day school. S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Monday and Thurs- day, 7.30 to 9.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL For Girls and young Boys. Cranbrook. B. C. Pupils prepared for examin- ntions. Frencll taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand. Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to .Miss Cbariagton, Headmistress. WELDING fl re" and sizars broke o harness OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The ami saddle also and harness. modern method of uniting metals Sty Second Hand Store, 400 5th St. by heating without hammering or LjllJ Oei.UIlU -nuilll vp t _ IP If rillir-ll tl-Q no n City South. Phone 1428. 191-6 FOR neat, cr heavy work horses in splendid condition, and twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone 1793, or Molnon's Bank, or see them with S. H. Davy, 2 uiiles north of Commerce, Alberta. J51-..0 compression. If it's metal we can we'd it. The piece will be strongest where It ID welded. W. N. Kuth. 321 will Street South, next to Herald. 179-0 ACREAGE FOR Do yxju like green trees, flowering shrubs, roses, a mild climate and soil tlial will grow suitable reward will be paid for information leading to rc- covery of any horses branded IPEV on left shoulder. Apply E. H.flEjV Dawson. 124a 5th Ave. Lethbridge. 1SS-2C Third Ave. South between 6th and 10th Streets. 545.00 in loose bills. Finder will be rewarded by re- turning to Herald. 195-2 TO RENT TO room. Central. Apply 527 Sth St. S. 195-6 TO dwelling, -eight rooms, all newly painted and kaiso- mined throughout, large grounds. In- cluding barn and garage. Centre of city. Rental per month. Apply W. F. Nelson Co., 416 5th St. S. Phone 1214. 194-6 TO furnished and un- furnished in modern blocks in center of city. F. -Nelson Company, 416 5th St., S. Telephone 1214. Lethbridge, Alberta. 194-0 iHOU-SE FOR rooms, unfurnished or i partly furnished. Fully modern, suitable for roomers. Apply 508 5th Ave. S. or phone 1G61 196-6 FOR Gth Avenue S., has nine rooms, modern. Bteam heat, ?30 per month. 50S Gth Ave, cottage, modern, ?1G per month. T. M. Huff. BO YOU BUI COfll? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take of all orders. PHONE laSO The quality the Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS RUBBER STAMPS Mado In LcthbrldM br Herald Job DepartmtnL Phone 1252. Alberta Blk., Lethbridge. FOR SALE OR RENT Those desirable store premises formerly, occupied by the Bent- ley Company will be leased at a very moderate rental to a suit- able tenant or will be sold on easy terms. A dividing wait will be erected if necessary, on. the ground floor. Apply CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR A DAVIDSON, PHONE 711. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Correspondents wanted to contri- bute news regularly to th2 Leth- bridge Herald from Coleman, Mi- chel, Granum, Clareaholm, Car- mangay, Brassy Lake, Burdett, Gowlcy, Milk Rivsr, New Dayton, Foremost, Lucky Strike, Coutts, Spring Coulee, Coalhurst. Ar- rangements explained by writing News Editor, The Herald, Leth- bridge. anything? I can give jou 10 to 20 acres of tlie soil at a very reasonable figure and the climate is in the beau- tiful Fraser Valley, British Cchmibia. six miles from New Westminster. This is privately owned property and I wish to get in touch with private parties. R. C. McNauguton, 21S4 1th Ave.. W., Vancouver. B. C. 103-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS PIANO once. Will pay cash. Must De cheap. Box 11, Herald. house or suite of rooms in central part Ap- ply Box 4, Herald. 195-3 or Tour furnished rooms, central location. Apply to Box 551, Herald. 184-Ox FARM PRODUCE BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Car.loads or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing. We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. F. 0. Kyde Co. Plione 12-H. P. O. Box 112. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and' delivered: Frank Miles. 611 4th Avenue South. T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Bmbalnier: also agent for the Somorvllle Marble Oran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phona 661. lie- sidence 281 7th Ave. S.. Phone 1176, Open day and night. S. Y. Funeral Director. SOS 3rd Avenuo South. Phone 1S02. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS M. Playhig and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royat Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London, Ens. Tills year -100 per cent, were Studio Sth street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' leaching experience. Studio fully equipped with, black- board, keyooard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 122C 5th Ave. A. South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers In- tending selling their farm stock .and Implements, It will be to your. In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 Sth Ave. North. Lethbridge. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP3. EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 11BS, 1253 6th Ave. A. South. and Forgings welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 126G 2na Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 19G-0 WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. 1 will ray cash for second-hand goods of jiny kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovlcll, 2nd Hand 3rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. DYEiNG AND CLEANING THE in French Dry .Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best. (July the most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deilver. Phono 1812 3U Sixth Street South. FRANK you arn contemplating au auction sale o; your farming stock, Btpck-in-trads or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge, who will give .you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG., OFFICE PHONE W. J. LLOYD (Managers) Residence 365. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at LethbHdge, Coaldale. Raymond and hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually wii! kick yourself for not selling .your bay 10 us. Why not now'! GUNSMITHS BUSINESS opportunity to get in with grow- ing British Columbia industry tstab- phonographs, any light lished six years. Can use three to j five thousand dollars additional capi- tal. Good interest, safe and conser- vative. Full particulars, R.' C. Mc- -Naugllton, 2184 4th Ave. W, Van- couver. B. C. 193-6 FARM LANDS FOR ranch, thorough- ly equipped, excellent grazing, abun- dant water, climate .ideal, for stock to graze in open all year. Special price and terms. W, P. Nelson Company, 416 Sth St. S. Phone ]214 Lethbridge. 194-0 FOR acres good wheat land an acre. cash, bal- ance ?10 yearly payments.. W. F. Nelaon Company, 416 5th St., 8. Phone 1214. 394-0 FOR highly im- proved farm, including buildings worth 700- acres in crop. Price an acre. W. F. Nelson Company, 5th bt, S, Phono 1214, Lelhbridgo 194-0 FOH acres tm Todd Crook north of Cowley, about' 200 Irrigated, 100 in timothy, water right goes with the farm, two. large hhrns, with plank floors and box stalls, hold 100 head ot stock; hay room for 140 tons; six room house, witli soft water and telephone In. Creek runs by the barns with plenty of good fishing. The farm fenced and cross fenned, nnd plenty of out buildings. This IB the place you want for a home and mak- ing inon Alberta. T. M. Huff, Lethbridge, GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened] 'D.'E. McDonald, Indian Moforcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 Sth St. a. 192-0 AND 'ALL KINDS OF ELEC. TRICAL WORK W.L. McKcazic Co PHONE' 637.i 718 3rd Ave S. Money to Loan W. F. NELSON 4 CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge. Albe 1. Pony Express Nut Coal Baled