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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HAliK TTVO THE LKTHBRinflE DAILY, HKBAtD MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918. SMAN LATEST WAR GAZETTE JESSE E. LASKY PRESENTS THE JOINT STARS Victor Moore and Anita King ill '5 Reels "THE RACE" 5 Thll Great Feature Based on Miss King's Famous Auto Trip Across the Continent. Thrills and Comedy. COMING Pathe Gold Rooster Feature "BIG JIM GAltlUTY" With the Eminent Stars. ROBERT EDESON and ELEANOR WOODRUFF. ANTAGEQ WELCH, NEALY MONTROSE 'You Ain't Been Ooin' It" P CREOLE RAGTIME BAND Wild and Untamed Music PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA Evening 50c to All. 'The Snowbird' Featurina MABEL TAL1AFER- RO, the charming and gifted young actress. Also C HARLIE HAPLIN in "At 1 a.m. HIS LATEST SCREAM What the Press Agents Say At ihc Empress "The a Metro is the feature at the Empress tonight. H IP a story of a timber baron of the Hudson's Bay district, and gives 'plen- ty of tutortalnment. At Star-land i The feature at Starland for tonight and tomorrow will be "The Race." a splendid five-reel comedy-drama iu which the inimitable Victor Moore, alar of the Thimmle Fadden" aeries, j plays the leading role as co-star with j Anita On Wednesday and j Thursday another of the splendid Patlie features "Big Jim Garrity." will be shown. These features are becom- ing very popular with Lethbridge au- j dlences. SINKING OF ITALIAN SHIP AS FLAGRANT AS LUSITANIA. Paris. Aug. Temps, com menting on the sinking of the Italian j steamer Letimbro by a submarine.! and the consequent large loss of life, says: "This act is flagrant as that against the Lusitania. the Ancona, the Sussey and the. Petrolite. which in- spired notes from President Wilson.' The Temps refers 10 the execution of Capt. Fryatt, the deportation of the copulation of northern France, and imbassador Gerard's description of the suffering of the prisoners at Ruhleben, and continues: "AlthpuBh the universal conscience revolts no neutral government has protested against the atrocities. The impassivity of the non-belligerants in. the presence of solemn agreements which hove been broken, and of which j they also are signatories, relieves Hem of all authority as intermediaries. for peace between those who respect treaties and those who trample upon them." Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land -will support, you and pay I for itself- An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada tor sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from to for farm landa with ample lands down, balance within twenty years. In irri- ration districts loan for farm build- ings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty only S per I cent. Privilege of paying In full at any tune Here i! yo.ir opportunity to In- J crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- ticulars apply to. Allan Clhieroti, Sen'l Supt. of Lands. Disk 26, Dept. of Natural C.P.R.. Calgary. Alta. WILSON SKEITH. Lacal Agents. Sherlock Building. Lethbridge. T. I OME people know h Just where to go In search of a Herald Want Ad. M I ANY And often fail For the sake of a Herald Want Aji N time of stress. Just send the Press The kind of an Ad. you want. JET them know it, And when they show it It's the very Ad. you want. i CONOMIZE And Advertise In the Lethbridge Bally Herald. MARJORIE SHERLOCK. 1280 5th Ave. S., City. Aged 13 years. At the Orplieum VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT. The hill to be presented tonight at the Orpueum is one of bent. In fact it is considered one of the strongest that has ever played the Pantages circuit, The Society Buds are the headliners. Welch Mealy and Montrose, appear in a comedy skit, The Creole Ragtime band a novelty. Claudia Coleman, the girl with the bats, has a good stunt, and Kartell! the Wizard furnishes some thrills. The usual pictures will also be shown THE LAND TITLES ACT MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of of sale provided by the Land- rules and under a certain mortgage will be produced at the time of th_e sale all that portion of the North East Qna ter of Section 24 in Township 11 Range 23. West u_- Meridian which is not covered by the waters o, a certain surveyed lake as shown on plan of survey of said Township ap- proved and confirmed at Ottawa of record in the Department of the In- terior: All that portion of the South East Quarter of Section 24 ship 9. Range 23. West of the 4th Mer- idian which lies to the North and hast of the left bank of the Delly Rivor as shown on said plan of survey. All thnt portion of the North Quar- ter of Section 24 in Township 9, Range "3 West of the 4th Meridian which is not covered by any "of the waters of the Belly River as shown on said plan of survey in the Province of Alberta, will be offered tor.sale by PUBLIC the Court Mouse, Leth- bridge on Saturday, 'the 2nd day of September, A.D., 1916, nt 13 o'clock noon. The vendor is informed that IBB above property consists, of 375 acres, more or Isss, situate 10 miles from; Lethbridge and 2 .miles' from Station and'Post Office. The Vendor is 'also informed that the land con- tain? the following improve- ments: a one story house', 22l36 on n cement foundation with shingle roof, a two-storey stable, 24x36 and small out-buildings, the buildings all "being well above the average biiildiiig. The land is all fenced..except-along the river front. The-soii-is-chocqlate loam with gravel and clay sub-soil. The property will be sold subject to s rssarve price and subject to the tales for the current year and to the reservations and conditions contained in the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the existing Certifi- cate of Title; also subject to any statu- tory charges registered subsequent to the date of the sale for seed grain or other relief, if any. Terms ef Sale Terms of sale'to be 20 per cent, cash at the time of the sale, the bal- ance within 30 days thereafter, eith- er all cash or part namely, 51800.00 by mortgage at 8 per cent, per annum, payable, on the 1st July in each of the years 1917, 1918, 1919 and 1920 and the balance of on tlie. lat July, 1931. Other terms and cond'tions' to bo made known at the time of the sale. For further particulars apply to !he undersigned: Lent. Jones, Mp.cKay Mann, Bar- risters, Grain Exchange, Calgary, Sol- icitors for the Vendor. Dattd at Calgary. Alberta, this 26th day of May. 1916. Approved: A. Kiimaird. Deputy Registrar. Ad. No. "B." WINT ADS SITUATIQNS VACANT by er with some experience. References. Apply Boi 10, Herald.______ 801-0 attend the St Andrew's church, norlh. Garden Par- ty to he held'on the grounds north ;of the church on' 'Wed. 7.30 p.m., weather permitting. All sorts q! games and amusements. Admission Apply tori Garage. 801-6 WANTED TO DISPOSE 2B h.p. Case Tractor Engine. Would consider a 6-cylinder car ai part payment. B. C. Keith. Hlltcrest, Alberta. .201-61 WANTEDThree painters. Apply Paint Co.. Hull Block. 200-0 for farm.'Ap- ply Jtrs: O. T. Lathrop, 1224 6th Art. A. South. 200-0 general sbr. rant. No washing or ironing, 423 13th St. South. 194-P once, strong woman tor house cleaning. Dallas hotel. 189-6 or woman on a farm. Mrs. W. H. Pawson, Coaldale, phone K 507 138-6 Colgate School District No. 2894. 1st class Alberta certificate required. Six grades in the school. Salary ottered Is from S780 to tor the school year. Give references. H. R. Brqwn Secretary, Commerce Alta. teacher for Hud- son School District No. 2304. Stlto Salary- Apply Leek, Sec.-Trees., Grassy Lake; Alberta. _____. 196-6 TEACHER Twelve Mile School .District; sir miles south- east of Coaldale'.'State qualifications and salary eipected. Term begins Sept. 1st. Apply.' W. T. Thompson, Coaldale. 200-6 NOTICE In the matter of: the Court, of. Con- firmation of the Tax Enforcement Re- turn of the Rural Municipality or Warner No. 36, take notice that His Honour Judge ,1. A.. Jackson, Judge 'of the District Court, has appointed Sat- urday, Sept. 9, 1916, at 10' o'clock a.m., I for the holding of.the Court of Con- firmation to confirm the' Tax En- forcement Return of-the-Rural Muni- cipality of Warner. No. 36, at the i .Municipal Office Building, N.E. quar- ter Sec. 21, Twp, 5, R. 17, W 4th. I Dated at Blakeaville, Alta.', the 28th day of June 1916. I E. TROCKSTAD, the Rural Municipality of Warner No, 36. "H't IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE of AUTOMOBILES SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 12 at the Standard Garage, Third St. S., City COMMENCING AT 2.30 O'CLOCK FRANK Is favored with instructions from various owners to sell by Public Auction above and without reserve a number of Second-hand Automobiles Roadsters, Tour.ing Cars and Runabouts, including cars by Maxwell, Case, Buiek, E.M.F.. etc. All cars in good running order. Free trial on application to Standard Garage. FUHTHER ENTRIES RECEIVED UP TO FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST I1th. CASH. NO RESERVE. Farm Hands and Hayers to a day and board. Or 150 a month and board. J. Harris Co. Employment Agency Lethbridge, Alberta THE WAR VETERAN JOB TD OFFER Please notify CENTRAL nOVINDAL COMMITTEE .Hmf. competent foreman to handle a one and a half section farm. Would prefer 'a married man with wife to cook for men. JIust have; a hustler. State experience, references and wages desired to Box 6, Herald. aap-i LOST AND FOUND evening about six o'clock. A sum of money between 330 4th St. S. apd 625 6th St. S. Re- ward on return to, either address. bunch Friday night in Gait Gardens. Finder please return to Herald. -.301-1 suitable reward will1 be paid for information leading to re- coyery of any horses branded on left shoulder. Apply B. H. Itawson, 1345 stli Are. South. Lethbridge. IS near King's Lake, 2 cows, branded on left reward for information to E. Wright, Foremost, Alta.-199-5! -HOUSE unfurnished or partly rooms; funilshed. Fully modern, suitable for roomers. Apply 608 6th Ave. S. or phone 1661 196-6 TO RENT TO family of two, 2 rooms, suitable for light house-keep- ing to respectable people, without children Apply Sir 6th St. S. THE WANT AD. PAGE GOES-TO PRESS EARLY. ADS. FOR .THIS PAGE MUST REACH THE HERALD OFFICE BY ONE O'CLOCW TO IS- SURE INSERTION ON THE SAMS DAY AS DELIVERED. FOR Miscellaneous Just like new. For Quick sale. J28.00. Used Piano In mahogany This Is a snap. Wnn now 1861. Mason FOR SApif-Six'T rent good fresh milk" cows. Apply H. Tarry, Dallas Farm, phon'e R 300. 201-6 FOR one ciiickeu house I x -13, cost 185.00. one stable 14 x 22, roof, >cost 1876.00. Both for J17GOO oash. A. B llth' St., South 187-0 FOR No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both In good qondltlou, 0. B. Turney i Co. 192-0' FOR heau or heavy work hflrs'e.6 in splendid condition, and twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. .'-.Phone 1798, or Molson's Bank, iir see'uNjm with S. H. Davy, 2 miles north: bt Commerce, Alberto. 191-30 MAKE ME'AN OFFER FOR PUR- CHASE OR 13th St. N. Forty-eight foot -frontage, five roomed semi-modern cottage opposite North Fire Hail. 37H adjoining Meth- odlBt Parsonage on llth St. S. 50 feet adjoining J. Huffner's residence llth St. 3. between 6th and 7th Ave. 2o feet between Majestic Theatre and 5th St. S. 9jxtpO (eel corner 7th Ave. and 7th St. lands or Regina property preferred. Apply J. A. Krltzwiser, Qu1- Appello, Sask. MO-G MISCELLANEOUS WANTS lady wants posit- ion as saleslady. Experienced in Dry Goods and Groceries. Apply 413 12th SL A. S. ________200-3 or separate, want job harvest and thresh- ing, or wife cook, man flunkey, on large outfit. State highest wages. Dennis, 603 6th Avenue West, Calgary, PIANO once. Will pay cash. Must fie cheap. Boi 11, Herald. 19C-6 or tour furnished rooms, central location. Apply to Box 5E1. Herali WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand good: of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M: Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd Aye. South, or phone 1457. 175-26 DRILLERS Tenders for the drilling and casing of-a-wall estimated at 800.feet dept'u are invited by. the undersigned, from whom all particulars can be had. The lowest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. D. B. Dowling, Geological Survey, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. August'7th. 1916. D. TENDERS be received by the undersigned for the putting up of 400 tons of giuejoint hay. J. L. Tho- matz, Coaldale, Alta. co. C.P.R. Farm. 201-6 TENDERS FOR STOCK OF MERCH- ANDISE, ETC. Tenders are called for on the under- noted assets of The Hub Co.-, Limited, Raymond, Alberta, up to and includ- ing. August 12th. 1916. Dry Goods, Hats, and Caps, etc Boota and Shoes Hardware, Harness Crockery Groceries Store Fixtures 1 team horses, delivery and harness......... stable and lot Stock sheets can be seen either at the Raymond store, or at the offices of the Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Limited, Underwood block, Calgary. All tenders to be ad- dressed to The Manager, The Hub Co. Limited, Raymond, Alberta Terms cash, or half cash, balance thirty, six- ty and ninety days, amply secured. The highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Limited, Official Ali- signee, Calgary. C. MONUMENTS Headstones and Grosses of every description made to order liet our prices and GEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Seiy. Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDQE, ALiERTA. R, OLIVER, City' Crtrk, oo mo Bin com? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take on of all PHONE 1280 Ths quality It ths MK. Delivered, ton At mine 355 ton IN TWO TON RUBBER STAMPS In Lethbridn by ths Herald Jatt Department, 1292. FOR SALE OR RENT Those desirable store premises formerly occupied by the Bent- ley Company will be leased at a ni ode rate rental to a suit- able tenant or will be sold on easy terms. A dividing wall will be erected if necessary, on the ground floor. Apply CONYBEARE. CHURCH, McARTHUR A DAVIDSON, PHONE 711. NOTICE! To owners and occupiers of lands In Lethbridge District ALL NOXIOUS WEEDS MUST IE CUT IMMEDIATELY Or prosecution must follow my neglect. By order, Ceo.'. B. P. Many, Weed Inspector. PROFESSIONAL CARDS _________MASSAPE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes graduate iff'the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnaste' Elec- trical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Boom 1, Hull Blk. NURSING PRACTICAL NURSING "TOWH or country. Terms moderate, phone MO. Taylor. 104 19th Street, North. 198-6 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 4 Smith and June B: Smiths-It you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Mpdel Bak- ery, hours 9.80-to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 146-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mn. Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo, Sepclat rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Annul South. -Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decoral- oro, Pajierhange'rs and Painters: Kalsominlng, General Decorating ami Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Phone 1472; office phone 1752. SJherlock Bldg., Letb- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 8th St. S., Letbbrldge. Open all summer: Special" hours July and August Day. school. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Monday and Thurs- day, 7.SO to 9.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL For Girls-aud-young Boys, Cranbrook, B. C. Pupita- prepared for examin- ations.. French .taught by Parlsienne, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- ing; also Shorthand. Typewriting and'Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home: "Write for prospectus to Miss Chafington, Headmistress. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Th'c modern, method} of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression.. If. it's metal wo can it. The piece will be'Strongest where it in welded. W. N. Kutll. 321 titb Street1 South, next to Herald. 179-0 and Forging! welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 FARM, PRODUCE BALED HAY AND of all kinds, .Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations'when buying or soil- ing. We are' Jin' touch with the best markets." Storage, space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods.. F..O. iKyde Co. Phone 1244... .P. O. Boxil'2. SH'Q.g.REPAIRINB SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Wojk done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. 611 Avenue PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS; EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate JJ.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians oj the city. Phone 1168, 1253. 6th Aye, A: South. DYEING AND THE in French Dry guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best Only the most scientific methods applied without injury, to garments. Our'work" sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 fit Sixth Street South. ,GUN5MITH5 GUNSMITHS barrels' straightened, guns restock- euVKUn work'-'dpne by a--gunsmith, repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any light machinery; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 5th St., S. 192-0 .ELECTRICAL ISUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzie THE NURSING MISSION Profldei Tliltlnt nurs.s for mater nltf ind nil medical nud surgical cases conUflous diseases) snd charges uncording to the elr cumaunces of the patient Poor patiimM cared for free of chute Graduate nurses for private duty also provided for further panic u an to the Nursing Mis 413 Mth St. a Phone im MEDICAL DR. W. S. QALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Aucouoher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue, Phono 1268. j DR. TAYLOR Bar, Eye, Nose and I Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office I hours evenings by poiutment. Phones: Office sidence 693. DR8. CONNOR, MoNALLY A JAMIE- 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 311; 619. Office hours: 11 to 1! a. m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 'I to S p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, S.A., sician, Surgeon, Aocoueher. 1384 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to i. Phone 476. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms B and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successoc to Drs. Courtice uate University ol Maryland. Rooma 8 and 9, Macdonaid Block. Phone 116B, Lethhridee. Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Ho- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. inbotham Block. 374. DR. E. G. mem. her of Koyal College of Burgeons. (Ens. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Hlginbotham Block. Phone 1618. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Kmbalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary, Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S.. Phone 1170. Open day and night. S. Y. i Funeral Director. 803 3rd Ayenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory, Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal Collego ol Mu- sic, London, Bng. This year 100 per cent, were Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony anil Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1126 5th Ave. A. South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and implements, It will he your In- terest to consult me aa to terms, etc. Write or phone 1086. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you tra contemplating an auction sale of your fanning stock-in-trade or household Roods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Leth- bridge, who will give yon eipert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ, OFFICE PHONE 717 W. J. LLOYD (Mansj.rs) Residence 365. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldale. Raymond 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! ELEC- I fcCo I Ave S I (MiH) (MIM) Camtren, Nurse J.T. Oriel. Nurse Money to Loan W. F. NtLSON f CO, Alberts, Loan Block. Lethbndge, CORRESPONDENTS Correspondents wanted to contrl- bute n.ws regularly to ths Uth- bridge Herald from Coltman, Mi- chel, Oranum, Clirssholm, Car- mangay, Burdett, Cowley, Milk River, New Dayton, Foremost, Lucky Strike, Coutts, Sorlno Coulee, CesJhurit. Ar- rangements explained hy writing News Editor, The Herald, bridge. HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N. Acadla Building, )rd Ave. S., Lethbrldgi. Winnipeg and Mtdlelns Hat. Everything in Accountancy, Au- dits, Investigations, Books kept. or written-up for Firms anil Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing. Tyholts Retell Accounting. and Resident Partner, ROBT. J. MTMMN, Chartered Accountant ;