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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBUIDGI? DAILY- HI5HALD TMUUSDAY, 1010 THE VALE" MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEMING Last Times Tonight Vaiiiiy Ward in "FOIi THE DKFKXSE" PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES No. 24. AND SATURDAY Oliver Morosco Presents the ExquliltO .star v V ANNA HKLb In a Five Reel Mirth Producing Comedy-D; jma LA PKEHIDENTK'V This is the production'for which this famous comedienne j salary of No advance in prices at 'Starland.' t FOR KOli old gnidu Short- horn bull. Apply 1'. 0! ilox B2-I, phono M5-H Red 'Feather Photoplays present the Brilliant in a drama throbbing with true heart interest teaching a powerful Ill -r moral lesson. Iflf THROWN TO THE LIONS DIRECTION OF LUCIUS HENDERSON LATEST.WAR WEEKLY-GREAT CARTOON FEATURE-GOOD COMEDIES __ ft- Uf A n T Allv A H I AU5 SITUATIONS VACANT .'The Hidden Law A Mutual masterpiece De Luxe in 3 great acts, also howling comedy. QRPHEUM V MONDAY One Night Only, August 7th. P ANTAGEO UNEQUALLED SOCIETY BUDS Musical Comedietta WELCH, NEALY MONTROSE A Screaming Sketch CREOLE RAGTIME BAND Negro Melodies CLAUDIA COLEMAN Riot of Fun KARTELLI The Wizard ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA What the Press Agents Say j general ser- i vimt. No washing or ironing, 13th South. 194-Oi Clean, honest couple for. small ranch. Three to cook for. No: other woman on the phtce. Chae. .len-, kins. New Dayton. 194-6. stenographer. Apply Western Canada Asenc-y.: Ud.. i 1210 1st Ave. South. j! PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR ompty steul oil drums. Apply Ford OaraKe. 188-0 FQU Kord Kunauout, fair condition cash. Sa'.horg Craln (in., City.' 190-3 KOU good milch cow. 7 yours oid, for quick sale. (110 Sth St. S. 198-H TOR case and writing desk combined, hall nick, sas fixtures, spring and mattress and 50 feet of garden hose. Apply SOS Cth Ave. S. 190-'; with A good opening for FOR SAbK OR good patronage. man witli small capital. Apply .1. 11. Watson, Coalhnrst. FOH SAb.O Separator in good shape. C'an hr; secured clienp. Ap- ply 157, Raymond, Alia. ISS-t; .MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS'HAIR K. M. Hoimos graduate of th'e' P'cimByl-iliiln Or'lli- opnodlc Institute, .Medical Massage and Elec- trjcal Vibratory and Therapeutic Ughl Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing. given by appointment qnly. Room I, Hull Bill. PRACTICAL NURSING Town or country. Terms moderate, phone Ii90. Hiss Taylor, -104 19th Street, is'orth. 198-li girl to .assist in housework. Apply Cm St. A 19a-t> At Shu-hind For the last limes touisht, the splen- did little dramatic star. Ward. Bush Five Mines Active (Special l" Mill appear in "For the ai.fensc." Cranbrook. B.C..- Aug. crew j to R mis-shipment the- comedy 'of miners at the Honiestake Gold-Mill-! I or woman on a farm. I Mrs. II. Pnwson, Coaldale.. i phone R i teacher for Hud-. 1 1 District No- 2304. State iiKH SAliB 25 h.p. Case pEngine and nearly new eight bottom 'Cockshutt plow, located near War-! ner. -Will consider reasonable offer, M. D. Cotton. Peyton Bldg., Spo- kune. Wash. 195-0 son Schoo crew j salary. Apply K. Leek. Grassy Lake. Alherta.___ which was to have heen shown on the ling company's property at Perry Creek j al Starland promises to sur-jln an auto accident, has Improved I j pass anything ever shown in the city j sufficiently and returned to his home woman or girl for general housework. Musi he ahle to'. OONTV FDRGET i THE WAR VETERAN 1 WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nnUFy ItENTRAL raOYiNClAL [QMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardSlufchbuiy, Secy. R Returned Soldiers' -s Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, :jj. R... OLIVER. City Clerk. Secy. popular prices. today. Anna Held, the inimitable The Crow's Nest division of the C........._. ____ enne, will be seen in her first screen: p. R. from Crow's Nest vyest was yes-! Jjo plain cooking. Apply -Mrs. appearance, "Madame La lerday placed under the'Pacific rtlv-1 Fairfield, Experimental Farm, iisiou and will hereafter :be operated' 3S5. ____ j i from the coast instead of Calgary, as 4t tllC Ol'PliellU! i heretofore. The change may result i in the removal of several railway men. 'At least one change will take place im- Comlng-io the Empress Theatre oil ,Tarfi Beaton, yardmasler Friday and Saturday is "The Lye ol .vho js umy nway on hJ3 will God." a psychological drama of crime! [o Lotllbrjdgp and mystery. Tyrone Power Lumberjac1 Lois Weber will be co-stars in pre-i v scarcity of' lumberjacks in the seating it, with Ethel Weber and. W. H- phouei 1911-0 -jacks Scarce A scarcity of lumberjacks district is holding up mill. work. Un- j young man who wishes, to learn the Lumber and Hardware: Business. 560.00 per month to start. Good opportunity to advance. Ad- dress. Box 189, Lethbridge, Alta. 196-1 LOST AND FOUND Chas. Gunn prominent members of an jgS7 something "is 'relieve tlie j black bull calf, 1" mi all-star cast. This feature points the siluaiion a number of mills will have old. Branded g great moral lesson that no The Taylor'Lumber com-1 on right hip. HO.OO reward for! The 'Lnmber com- on rig o( men return 195-G covery" of any horses branded on left shoulder. E. H. Damon, 1245 5th Ave.' Lethbridge. 1SS-26 where we may go or what we may do.' g'n jlum jer o( men return to Chas. Chenger, the eve of God is upon us, watching With the approach of harvest season j ievllle, Alta. out deeds, good and bad, and accus- on pralries tlle situation is ing us of crime. lug acute. One rancher here last week suitable reward will be i wanted men for haying but' had to paid for information Fuller, the famous screen star. ;leaye the aa waj. will make her appearance at the Em- sccure press for the last time, tonight in j Fjtty men are nmi. 4t on the "Thrown to the Lions." Wallace Ir- between Marysville and Kim- win's most popular story which was The c p R..has-decided to j produced at Fort Lee, N. J., by Lucius _overhau[ the system 'between Henderson. i jjie two places and put the road-bed j into the very best shape. heavy V> _, 'traffic over the. North branch EmPreSS [may necessitate1 the relaying of-the j whole system. 'Recently it has heen Tonight and for-the balance of the .necessary to ruii'.a .double, header to week at the 'Orpheum1 "The Hidden-keep up with freight shipments. Bush Fires The first serious bush fire of the i CHIROPRACTORS SM'Pf June li. yon nro slcl: snd want to regain health, lake spinal adjustments und get well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence. 503 7tli A.-o. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours D.30 to 6; 7 to 9. Phone 1077. 116-26 FOR Snap, one chicken house x 12, cost S85.1IO, one stable II x 22. Iliip roof, cost JUT5.00. Both for cash, A. K Humphries, KO lull St., South 1S7-0 I FOR No II) type- iwriter in use onlv two years, also No, :1 Royal typewriter, both in good condition. .1. B. Turncy K Co. 192-0 FOR billiard tables. 2 pool itables, Brnnswick-Balke make, in good Condition. Elite Cigar Store, 5th St. "South. 194-0 FOR SALE OH Shetland ponies between the ages of three and six years, broke to harness and saddle: also buggy and harness. City Second Hand Store, 40C nth St. South. Phone 142S. 194-6 FOR or heavy work .horses in splendid condition, and 'twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone 1793, or Molson's Hank, or see them with S. K. Davy, 2 miles north of Commerce, Alberta. 191-30 ___! PRIVATE HOSPITALS __ PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sopcial ratoa giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 740. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Cth Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON Dcccrat- ors, Paperhangors and Paiutere; Knlsointniug, General Decorating ami Sign Writing. Estimates giycn. The oldest established Palulers in Lethbridge. Ues. Phono 1-172; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL ACREAGE FOR you like trees, flowering shrubs, roses, a mild climate and soil that will grow Inline to 'anything? I can give jou 10 to 20 leading acres of the soil at a very reasonable DR AYING Of All Kinds- Western Transfer Co, Limited. P. R. Freight Shadt PHONES: Office........... 1161 1CE4 a five-part, picture will be fea- tured. It is the story of an author and his play which proves a success after he lias sold it for a paltry sum. season started.yesterday in the vicin- ity of Hanson's farm, north-east of town. For a was serious and developed alarming pro- portions. It is now under control. .The intense heat of the past-couple jof weeks has brought about a coudi- ion in the woods which must he re- imembered by those .whose business [takes them thither. A match thrown [carelessly may result in serious dam- age to property. Montreal Glasgow Low Ratei-Good Service j W. S. Jenkins, foreman of the ranch ot the Milk River Cattle Co., who was arrested by the Mounted Police last week and confined in the barracks overnight here and later granted bail, suspicion that he was implicated the escape of-rtlie negro Moses honorably discharged this mdrn- Thefpolice tiave absolutely nothing agajist Mr. Jenkins. Athepia Aug. 10 Saturnia Aug. 15 Cassandra Aug. 22 Athenla................ Sept. 9 All' steamers carry Cabin Pas- sengers only. Rate Prepaid tickets --from Great Bri- tain issued at lowest rates. For rates: and other information apply to any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 443 Main St. Ph. M.5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. WAITED! Farm Hands ami Haycrs to i day and Aboard. Of 3 month and board. ,T. Harris Co. Employment Agency Alberta MEPRflllfl PLEBISCITE TO RENT TO Central. St, S.'-' 1S5-8 TO dwelling, eight rooms, all newly painted and kalso- mined throughout, .large grounds, in- cluding baru and garage. Centre of city. Rental 530 per month. Apply F N'elson Co., 41G Sth St. S. Phone I'M 19W TO furnished and- un- furnished in modern blocks in center of city. Nelsoc 410 5th St., S. Telephone" Lethbridge, Alberta. HOU-SE FOR RENTrvpight rooms, unfurnished': or partly..-furnished. Fully modern, suitable- ifor roomers. Apply 60S 5th Ave. S. or''phone 1661 190-6 FOR Sth Avenue S., has nine rooms, modern, steam heat, per month. 508 6th Ave, cottage, modern, per month. T. M.- Huff, Alberta Blk., ind the climate is in the beau- tiful Fraser Valley, British Columbia, six miles Jrom New Westminster. .'This is privately owned property and I wish to get in touch with private parties. H. C. McNaughton. 21S4 4th Ave.. W., Vancouver. B. C. 193-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS PIANO once. Will pay cash. Must be cheap. -Box 11, Herald. 196-6 house or suite of rooms in central part of city. Ap- ply Bos 4, Herald. 195-3 GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth St. S., Lnthbridge. .Open all summer. Special hours July and school. S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night, school, Monday and Thurs- day, 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- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- ing; also Dressraakiiig, Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to Miss Charington, Headmistress. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammeriug or compression. If it's metal we can weld it. The piece willbe strongest where it is yielded. W. N. Kuth, 321 fith Street South, next to Herald. 1T9-0 WELDING 'and Forgings welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylehe Gas Weld- ing shop. 12GG 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 3CO. 190-0 or 'our furnished rooms, central location. Apply to Box 551, Herald. FARM PRODUCE for discing 400 ac- res at Wilson Siding at once. See F. H. .ludd. Wilson Siding, or T. M. Huff, Lethbridge. 198-fi WE BOY FURNITURE, we exchange goods, we loan money, City Second Hand Store. 406 Sth St, South. Phone 1428. 194-6 dispose of 25 h.p. steam hose engine, will take 6 cylinder car m good repair in part payment. E. C. Ketih, Hillcrest, Alta. 198-li BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing. We are in touch with tile best markets: Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. F. O. Kyde Co. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 !or your shoe repairs. Work .done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avenue South. -.T A j. TT .J- NoticetoHayContractors From 200 to 700 .good hay to Waterton Lakes Koads Like a Billiard Table Four Hours by Auto from Lethbridge to Hunter and Lee's Camp, the :Bay New Government From .Cardstlpi by Way of Mountain View. COME GET ACQUAINTED WITH NATURE Toronto, Aiigji are that there a on the question of total Ontario. The last session of the leg- islature.after receiving a big petition from electors. aIVjiovefrtb.6. passea a measurS .prohibi- tion for with a vote to be taken after The government defeat in South Perth, bye-election and trouble in getting a straight government. candidate in South-west Toronto, tlie seat vacated by the death of Hon.-.I. J..Foy, with prospects of a party split, seem to he worrying the Ontario government. learst Is aaid to feel that the temperance supporting him in spite- of his response to j appeal for a prohibition; measure. The i j government feels that the measure was in advance of public, ppjnipn and now discussing the taking of a referendum with three (inestiqns to tlie electors: "Do vou favor present license sys- j tern I "Do you favor beer and' wine licen- I "Po you favor- provincial prohibi- i It is stated that the prohibition mea- j sure will have to colne into force Sep- i tember IB, and the legislature i will decide at next session the taking of a referendum .to, .determine wheth- I er tlie act shall remain in force. ARE PLANNING A BIG AIRSHIP LINE contract. Excellent ha'y..', Will good :price..per ton: in stack. MclNT.VRE RANCH, Magrath. Alberta. pay WANTED TO PURCHASE Have I you anything for sale. I will paj cash j for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes. auto tires, horse hair, vlall at M. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Stcre, 716 3rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. 175-26 PIANO TUNING AMERICAN PLAN PER DAY EUROPEAN PLAN PER DAX 75c -Vienna, via July I are on foot for eVlabllsulng. an airship iiitudy all of the under- taking, after which the shareholders will decide whether to carry put their Have you f I cigars lately? "Nobleman1 CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Correspondents wanted to contri- bute news regularly to the Leth- bridge Herald from Coteman, Mi- chel, Gran urn, Claresholm, Car- ..rnangay. Grassy Lake, Burdett, Cowley, Milk River, New Dayton, Foremost, Lucky Strike, CouHs, Spring Coulee, Coalhurfit. Ar- rangements explained by writing News Editor, The Herald, Leth- b ridge. DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to tabs care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON .LOADS RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lcthbrldee by thi Herald Job Department. Phane 12S2. BUSINESS opportunitj' to get in with grow- ing British Columbia.industry. Estab- lished six years. Can use three to five thousand dollars additional capi- tal. Good interest, safe and conser- vative. Pull particulars, R. C. Mc- 'Naugliton, 2184 4th Ave. W., Van- couver. B. C. 1034 G. H. CRIPP3. EXPERT TUNEff Player-Piano -and Organ Repairer; 2i) years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the ci'ty. Phona 110S, !2ri3 Cth Ave. A. South. DR. W. S. QALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Accouchor.. -Hours p.m. Offico all Third Avouuo, 1'houo 1253. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, NOBO anil Throat; 116 Sherlock Illdg. hours evenings by poinlmcnt. Phssss: Offico 341, He- sidenco 5911, DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE. 1011 Sluirldok Block.' Telephones: Office 319; Residence. 619. Office houra: It to >2 a. l.SO to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B, 0. THOMSON, B.A.. slclan, Surgeon, Aocoucher. 1324 4th Avenue North. Houra 1 to 4: 7 to S. Phone 476. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms E and 6, Bryan Block. Phone DR, L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtico Grad- uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 3, Macdonaid Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig- inbotham Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. SIM MO mem- ber of Royal College of Surgooua. tEng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 19011. Hours: Office: Iliginbotham Block. Phono 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fettcrly Leading Funeral Director and Embalnier; also agent for the Somervills Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phono 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Avo. S., Phono 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. Embalmer juneral Director. S0.1 Srd Avenue South. Phoue 1R02. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AIL5EN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher 'of Piano, Harmony and ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, key'ooard, scale laddflr, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in- tending selling their farm Implements, It will bo to 'your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Avo. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you urn contemplating an auction sale o( your fanning stock, Htock-in-trads or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth-. bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. .Twon-- ty years' experience. _ FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, II WHOLESALE HAY, a 204 SHERLOCK BL.DO..' OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managers) Residence 365. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lothbridge, Haymond and Magrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No -come- backs. Eventually you. will kick yourself for not selling .your hay to us. Why not now? FARM LANDS FOR ranch, thorough- ly equipped, excellent gracing, abun- dant water, climate ideal for stock to graze in open all year. price and terms. W. F. Nelson Company, 416 Sill St. a. Phone 1214 Lethbridge. 194-0 DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best Only the most scientific methoda applied'without injury to garments. Our work is etire to please you. Collect' and 'deliver. Phono 1812 SM Sixth Street Soulh. FOR 620 acres good wheat land an acre. cash, bal- ance 510 yearly payments.. W. F. Nelson Company, 116 5th St.. S. Phone 1214. FOR 1 500-acra highly InT- prpycd farm, including buildings worth 700 acres In crop. Price S3] .00 an acre. W. F. Nelson Company, 41G iith bt, S. Phone 1214, Lethbridge KM-0 GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, gims restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks: repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. .McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, .Phone'1032, -107 6th .'.'i 192-0 Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge. Alberta Pony Express Nut Baled Timothy 408 Fifth Street South PlioilC DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED FOR acres on Todd Creek northVof Cowley, about 200 irrigated, 100 to timothy, water right goes with theffarm, two large barns, with plank floors, and box stalls, hold 100 head of hay, room for 110 tons; six roont house, with good soft water and telephone, in. Creek runs by the barns with' plenty of good fishing. The farm is fenced and cross 'fenced, and plenty of out buildings. This Is the, place yon want, for a homo and mak- ing-monoy. T. M. Huff, LethhridBC. Alberta. THE WANT AD. PAGE OOES TO PRESS EARLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAGE MUST RI5ACII THE HERALD OFFICE BY ONE O'CLOCW TO iN- SUrt'E INSERTION ON THE SAME DAY AS DELIVERED. AND OF ELEC- WORK W.L. McKcmie Co .PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. THE NURSING MISSION Provides vlsltlns nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to tlie cir- cumstances tit the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge, Graduate nnrnea for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply ta the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 H''1 St. S. I'honc. M. Tilley, Supcrvlior. (Mlsai Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Qrad. Nuroe HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Acadia Building, 3rd Ave. 3., Lethbridge. and Medicine Hat, Everything in Accountancy. Au- dits, "investigations, IJooits kept, or writlen-up for IJirms nnd Partnerships. SPECIALTIES, Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Wholesale and llc.tall Accounting. Resident Partner. ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Qhartered Accountant (Scot.) ;