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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEWALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 12.1918. Times Tonight. Paramount Trav. el Series No. 26. Scenes in Argentine Republic. The Beautiful Dramatic Act-ess Pauline Frederick In a splendid picturliation of Mary Johnston's Celebrated Novel AUDREYRE5ELS .COMINGS-MONDAY AND TUESC.VrV CLKO KlDtiELY r Star of "The Chorus Lady" and "The Golden Chance" IN "THE LOVE MASK" 5 reels The splfndid story of a girl who won her right to riches and happiness in the world of men. Lj LAST TIME TONIGHT Bluebird's Beautiful Star LOUISE LOVELY in thrillina drama "Bobbie of the Ballet" WITH LON CHANEY Her battle for honor. Glitter o( Stage life. Lure of tht footlights. A Jeal- ous Woman's Revenge. Along the Great Whits Way. Also plertty of Clean Comedy. _________ ORPHEUM TO-NIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME JHE ELITE MUSICAL STOCK CO. IN A HIGH CLASS MUSICAL ACT 12 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS Regular Prices, 25c. to any seat in the house. Here one day more. Owing to popular demand this troupe will appear tonight for the last time. "The Love Liar" A Mutual Maiterpiece Featuring Crane Wilbur. Five Reels. THE BARBER" LAND FOR SALE FOR acres with CO acres ot good wheat on your. The third will go with the placo if sold soon. The No. as follows Xorth half of sec- tion o in township 10, range 21; S miles northeast of This is jtoing lo be sohl. so look it up mui make your best offer in first letter. Will give the best of terms. Address ;Jay Hastings. Oseeoln, Nebraska. 206-3 BITV i DISTRICT, British Columbia, which in I I'ruits and vegetables, with cows. pigs. 11 poultry and hoes will pay you steady "j substantial profits. Delightful warm i climate, rich soil, good schools, daily WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT FOR Spoil, tmckud Or In bulk Grown on summer-fallow laud. Write or phone 0.. S. Noble. Nobloford, or through llimtl, Lotb- hrldgOi ______ "DM years old. Apply itju 4th Avo. S. litHU WANTE ma ill. "Apply Ar lingtou Hotel. 205-2 children, on farm, eUJerly htily prefer red. Apply for particulars to Franfc Rosonaur. Eni-hanf, Alta. ii05-2 "waiters >nce to Com- ___205-2 woman to Apply m 206-6 or waitresses. Apply at moreial Cafe. keep housi'. Oood wage: lnth_St. _N.__________________________ house- work in small family. Apply Mrs. Sam trains, daily mails, close to markets. Orchard, garden poultry scenery, limiting, fishing, boating, thrifty plea- sant neighbors. Our choice lands cash and monthly without est Write quick for frro informa-1 pantry girl. Apply Luth lion. West Kootenay r'ruii Land? I bridge Hoiol. 20-1-3 Company. Dept. E.. Nelson. Bvltlsh I Columb'.a. Sadowski, 331 Gth Ave. A. S. 20G-U to learn'the hardware business. Apply by letter, slating age, to Hick-Soli) Hardware Co. ZOa-G P 'ANTAGECJ The Junior Revue Will and Kemp Acrobatic Oddities 'Browning and Dean A Comedy "The Minstrels" Stewart arid 'Stewart Society Entertainers PICTURES .AND ORCHESTRA Matinee Prices .25c and 35c Evening Pricis......50c to Ail What the Press Agents'Say At the Empress The ;death of -Mrs. Brent, a iwidow with three Children in a New tenement.-left Bobbie Brent, aicfibrus girl, sole support tle .sister and baby brother. Bluebird Ehqfoplays screened a story of great human interest, taking this in- cident as tlie basis, and Louise Love- ly will impersonate the show girl in j "Bobbie of the Ballet." the aurac-, tion at the Empress tonight. GRAZING LANDS iiousekeepers farm. Apply J. Harris, kliuployineiu Agent, Lethbridge. 204-G ANTED A io make Ht. .Mary's Valley, five Marys. -U; C. A Ijja stream of in tiirv beautiful or vests. Also smart orraml boy. Apply miles from j J'rcd Thtioil. OOg iird ti. water run. uian ta work in E.IIOC store. Apply Hni'ner's, beside seen as a hold, bad baaili: at Star- land on Monday aad Tuesday in the Jesse L. Lasky production of "The Love which was written peclallr for her by Cecil B. DeMille used as logging Si-itablP eldwelline houses. There crcj bos pens.! i o-ither for e; roothouses, shop, wood-! cor.-.nifncins Sen i- shed and several siibstaiitial OTU--! lo K- A- Cariey, Sec.-Tr. buildings.. Gravity water. At the Orpheuin The Junior Follies, a company of 15 juveniles, present a most inter- esting musical comedietta in five scenes which includes singing, danc- ing and comedy at the Orpheum on Lund, Monday's vaudeville bill. Ths ether Hii'I acts are splendid. The Elite Musical Stock company will remain over for tQ7.igln at tlie i Orpheum. This agsregat'on has well with the theatre-goers of ine cit1 who will be glad to hear that ihe> ara showing again tonight. They furnish a number of sons hits cleared ami resdj to Fric-? per acre. cash, bftfoace 10 annual paymeii's. m rcich "he property from an o- mobiles. This 13 a liiTiUly further -o phora, P.O. Has 1.} pi. 4th. Ap- eas.. Tabor, i i once young mac as? genera i assistant in and pfovis- :cu store. Muy; be used to have kiujwleitpo of meat business. Commerce, Alia. Phone _ _ ____ _ 206-0 V.-AXTiZP TO 1: p. U-.-P stonia Tractor Engine. li'DUli! consider a car as E. C. Keith.' IIIHcreat, TO PAY bid :i i'lii'ii: tM TAKE 20-YEARS Thp !anii will stiitj'ori you ami Tor An uf tli .uost fi'nii? land or alt it au i CH 11 (a p IT actl iar 11 I niMli t i tM I i '-hinters. Apply Star Faint Co.. Hull Bloeh.________200-0 i general Stir- washinii or ironing, 422 13th St.'Scmh. 194-0 other musirai stunts that arg ex- ceeduigly pleasing CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES Canada's Fighting Forces, will soo be shoivii the aus- pices of the (7anadfah government at the Orphetini theatre next TUP and Wednesday by Corp; White. ..D. C M who sues an mteic lee .Uire a'itn which shew Canada s forces cpnp'? at the In additioji there win be showa of Sarcee camp pic- tures, showing the Lethbridge High- landers "among- the other units. AUCTION SALE OF HIGH CLASS HOTEL FURNITURE J. A, 4MITH, Ayirtione.r, r.c.iv.d inltructioni to lell by Public Auction the content! of the DIAMOND CITY HOTEL at Diamond City ON TUESDAY AUGUST 15th. 1111, COMMENCING AT 10 3.m. SHARP. ROTUNDA FURNITURE: 12 rotunda arm chairs, solid oak. up- fttlttend Mild luthtr; 1 large office clock, 1 writing table, solid oik; 9 amall chain, soNd iiithir teat and back: e cuspidors. RKADINC arm chaira, solid oak, leather seat; 9 small ohllra, Mlltl oik, leather seat; 1 writing table, large, solid oak. DINING ROOM: 4 dining, tablet; 32 chairs, solid oak, leather 2 dlnnir wilona; .1 kuffit, lolid very handsome; 1 handsome china cabinet solid oak; 1 sewing machine. PARLOR: 1 parlor rocker, tolid oak, leather upholstered in red, both Mat and back; 1 arm chair, solid oak, leather upholstered in red both stat and back; i siarlor chairs, solid oak, leather uphols- tered. in red, both seat and back; 1 writing tablt; 1 couch, solid leather; 1 handeome rug. CURTAINS: .'16 pairs lace curtaina; 14 pairs net curtains; 3 acrim 30 bedsteads; 29, mattruses; 60 pillows; 6 "waihstands; 16 combination and 11 dreessrc; 22 toilet sets; 5 writing tables 26 bedroom good as new 7 bedroom mats 2 hlff 3 Iron with 39 bedroom chairs upholstered in leather; 30 white wool blankets; 9 pairs gray wool blankets; t pljrs flannelette 21 30 pairs 64 70 pillow 33 15 dresser covers; 66 stand 14 dozen hand 18 dozen bath tow- IV roller 36 table 37 dozen 33 dozen Individual tea- 13 dozen large dinner pines; 11 dozen small dinner plates; 6 dozen breakfaet 6 dozen 11 dozen 9 dozen bread and butter plates; 7 dozen bowls; 9 dozen Individual .cream 1S vinegar bottlci; table belli; 6 dozen butter pits; 10 water pitchers; 12 table napkin rings; 3 butter 10 milk 8 ice 9 salt shakers; 8 pepper shakers; II. muitard 16 sugar bowls; 10 dozen side dishes, large; 11 dozen side dishes, small; 11 dozen sauce dishes; 6 dozen glasses; 17 dozen vegetable dishes; 2 crumb and bruihes; 8 dozen dinner knives, heavy plated; 8 dozen tea knives, heavy plated; 8 dozen heavy 'plated; 8 dozen table apoons heavy plated; 7 dozen teaspoons, heavy plated; 8 dozen dissert fpobnc, heavy plated; 2 granite water 1 large kitchen range; Also kitch- en and many other too numerous to mention. furniture, furnishings, etc of this handsomely furnished Intel arc practically niw and of the very besl make., Mi CASH J. A. pMITH, Auctioneer. ANY TIME DURING SALE DAY FROM THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL AT REASONABLE RATES. with ainpli i" n Innd rom S c i L P n tli vii i f i i i i i t districts ioan for fan i i i etc up It n 1 i j vyt> in twenty f pp cent, Privilf-ge of iu f Hi 11 ume er t i ur oni Jit i t i id 11 rrease your j'ani; huUhuMri P t i G. udj un rp r e e j.ot 11 ueir-hbo F ficu'ar i, Allan Carrron CEP i fi I 26 Dept cf Na Ji 1 K re C.P.R., Calgary. Aita. WILSON GKZI-r- Local Sherlock 3uildjng. LeihbrldifD FOR SALE OR RENT Tncse dc ra t o a p a formerly occupied by ths1 3cni ley Company will be ler.sud at a very moderate rental to a suit- able tenant or witi be rold on easy terror. A dividing will be erected1 if on the ground flcor. App.y CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McAKTHUR d DAVIDSON, BOTTLES WILL BUY PINT AND QUART BOTTLES.IN.ANY QUANTITY. Piuit> Bottling ttoiks FOR SAM3 Triuilibu 40 iiorso-liower Riisoiino, Kood condition for threshliiB. Also .John Deere engine plow. Will sell clioap and ttiku thrush- ing in payment. W. H. Puwson, Cualdalo, Alta. WANTED TO DISPOSE 25 h.p. Case steam traction engiiiQ. Would consider a fi-cylinder car In part pay- ment! E. C. Keith, Hlllcruat, Alberta. BUSINESS ULOCK FOR SALL3-- Splendid little businosa block In good location, fully occupied on lease. Tlio rents are mere than ublo to take care o'f the small mortgage against the property. Owner must sell owing to leaving the district or may trade on nice residence or farm land, but musl be clear. Apply Box 13, Herald: '.iUli-G FOR organ In oak case. Just like new. For Quick sale. Mason Risch. Ltd.. 5th. St. S. 201-0 FOR Piano in mahogany finish. This is a snap. Was now Mason Risch.______201-0 real good fresh trows.' Apply H. Tarry, Dallas pliohfe H 30fi. 301-6 FOR milk Farm, PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE MEDICAL SUPERFLUOUS, HAIR Mill K. M. Holmes graduate- of tho Pimnsylvuula Orlh onaodlo liutltuto, Medical Mnssaisi nhd' Gymnastics Bloc trieal Vibratory and Therapeutic Llglit 'I'rendnont's, Electrolysis am Shaninoblng. Treatments given by appointment only, liooin 1, Hull Elk, CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 4. Smith ant .luno JJ. you are sick and want to regain health, take spina! adjustments and get well. Consul- lotion free. Oltlce In residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Dak ery, ho-m-s 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phono 1077. 145-20 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlom'a Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Sepcial rates glv en on application. 1224 Jit Anemia South. Phone 710. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, 'graduate nurses. 704 6th Aye. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VOll new 12x11 10 oz. wall tent. 8 foot Ueering Muder in good condition. ilowdeil potato disger, also some second hand furniture. Ail- dress Hox Herald. 201-0 FOR buggy, go-cart, and cradlii in good condition. Cheap for qiiick sale. Applv 8GS'12Ui St. South or Box 41 Herald. 203-G FOR Rye for sale. Now the time to sow it. Kills wild oats, mustard.ete. Mow it twice, pasture it the time. Earliest and lalest pas- ture. 1-i. E. Miebach. Monarch. 20J-H FOR one chicken house 5 x IS, -lost SS5.00. nno stable 14 X 22. liip ruof, cos; Both for ?175.00 cash. A. E Humphries, llth St.. South 1S7-0 FOR No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1. Royal typewriter, both in condition. ,f. B. Turney Co. good 152-0 FOR 10 neai. c_ heavy work horses in splendid condition, and twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone 1793, or Molson's Bank, or see them with S. H. Davy, 2 miles north of Commerce, Alberta. 191-30 1 Comr eiit aa o and gar S uian. Apply iu first letter ;e, e.vpeHfnce anfl wsges desired, to T Virtue. Jilacieod. 206-S for. village school :e Crl-ool "District Xc. 2894. 1st i I cer in ate reqw efl Six in fa htoi Salary ofreredi MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Tor, S780 to SS40 foyhe j 199-12 J us ploiv OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modem method of uniting metnls by beating without hammering or compression." If it's metal we can weld it. The piece will be strongest where it iu welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 Cth Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 ?OR Case thresh- I and Forgings ing outfit. A 40-G2 separator and a 25 welded and reinforced.. We. conduct h.p. Alberta Special engine. Steam pressure 153 pounds. Good working condition. Reasonable price and good terms with acceptable security. Apply s "pTopoFtTel. localities. Sth Street S., 3rd Ave. South, and 13th Street S. Cheap, one- .hiiu value. Apply Wm. Graves. CO. Dominion Express Co., Calgary, Alta. 206-G DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers nnd Painters; Knlsominlng, Clenersl Decorating -wi Sigu Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established PainierH In Letnbridge. Res. Phone 3472; ort.36 phone 1752, .Sherlock Bldg., Loth- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sill St. Lethbridgev 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. Pupiir; prepared for examln- atious! French taught by Pafisienne, Excellent Music. Dancing and Draw- Ing; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to Aliss Charington, Headmistress. WELDING Bawden Farming. Ltd. B. K. Uul- lock. manager. Taber. Alta. .203-6 r, and or or worn i with di-ugh j nf 1 i Siek Orad 1 ho i New Dajton Rural ly Must be in good condition. Hamilton, bos f4 City general Oxy-Acetylene ing shop. 12GG 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison .Mills. R Boasert, Box 3118. 196-0 FARM. PRODUCE ed room suitable for light cin-ekeep i '03 6 I Box A, Herald 20" 0 BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- Ing. We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. basement tor perishable goods J1 O ,Hyde i Co Phone 1'I4 P O Box 112 ipable M uraan qr girl for ral housawork. IMust be ahle to iain cooking. Mrs. W. H. Fair- Ei'iierimencal Farm, phone 385, 203-0 mil threshing. ApiiIyW. B. ITnrhnnt. Alia., or phone Enchant Cen- tral. '203-6 A Pinaer expert fourteen CT an of field e icrting for I H C ANTDTJ TO' of eight or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. Careful tenants. Reply Box 85 post office. 04 0 buy some s coi d hand furniture or will buy the contents ot a furnished house. Give the price for spot cash. Apply BOJ. 4SI Herald. 204 r WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. Twill pay cash inrlading McCormick. Deering, Deere I for secondhand goods of any kind i and the Massey-Harrls. Can put 'any j Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, nil binder m no king order I auto tires, borse hair. Call i repair cata'ogue of all ot with me. State wagee for one month from August 25th Strictly honest, (Good reference exchanged. Ernest rt__ __ iemlM Moscovlch, 2nd Hand Stcre, 71C !rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. 175-26 Perry. Cayley. Alta. 'flu WANTED V Vs e tpenenced man Pos I ion-'as, epgineer'oil Tiireshing englpe. Write' !iox 3S, 'Herald. 2Q6-6 vi Position bj eman Applj Box 14 experienced 20P2 farm hanrj with four head of horses wants work. Box Heiald '066 experienced cook with reliable threshing outfit. Apply Box 24 Herald. 206-8 Situation by stenograph" er with SOITIA .p.xnp.rienne. References. Apply Bos IQ, Herald. 20t 0 Tady experienced cooks vvant'job to work together cook' ing for a reliable threshing outfit. Ap- ply to Box 44, Herald.. 204r6 00 YOU BURN CDAl? The Grace Coal, Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12SO Thc quality Is ths beat. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton .IN TWO TON LOADS i polutment. Offlca 341, sldence 693. DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY ft JAMIB- 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Office 318; Residence CIS. Office hours; 11' to 12 a. i.30 to 3.20; 7 to S pan. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., Blclac, Surgeon, Aocoucher. 1324 4th Aveaue North. Hours i to 4; 7 to S, Puoue 476. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 anil 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (succeisoi to Drs. Courtlce 6 uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonnid Block. Phone 1186, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARR8 and Successors to Dre. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to B. Office, Hlfr Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Boyal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1800. Hours: Office: Higiubatham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. R0- 7th Ave. S., 117S. Open day and night S. Y. Embalmn Funeral Director. 103 3rd South. Phone 11102. Open night and day. ____________BUILDING___________ BUILDING, PLASTERING CEMENT WORK. Repairs a specialty. Any- thing from the foundations to the lust coat of paint. Let us figure on your wants. Special attention given to country Co.. 1221 Sth Avenue 6. 203-6 MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Acadsiuy and Royal Qollege of Mu- sic. London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were Studio _623 9th .street..sputn. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching' Studio fully equipped Tflth black- board keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. js THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC' Re-opens on Tuesday, September _-tIi. Instruction given In all branches of music. Special classes for violin, mandolin, banjo, guitar and other small instruments. Certified teachers. uropean and Canadian examiners. Terms moderate. Phone 765. 206-26 AUCTIONEER, L WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. in- tending selling their farm itock and it will be to your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North. Lethbridge. FRANK you are contemplating an auction tale of jour farming itock, stock-in-trade or household and consult Frank Waddinston, Leth- bridge, who will give you cervice on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD 365. Accountant's residence 17R2. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Cqaidaie, Raymond and ilagrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not selling your hay to ua. Why not now? Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO. Alberta Loan Block, Lethbniigo, Alborta TENDERS Tenders are. for tile erection ot a central lieaUng plant for Gait Hospital Tenders to he oh forms pro- vidpd and to he accompanied liy flit accepted cheque for 5% of the amount, of the lender. Copies of drawing and HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSQN. Chartered Acadia Building, 3rd S., Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything in Accountancy, Au- dits, Investigations, Books kept, or written up for Firms and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining. Manufacturing Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Resident Partner, J. RITCHIE PATiRSON, Chartered Accountant THE WANT AU. PAGE'iQOBS TO PRESS EARLY AD8 FOR THIS PAOK MUST RBAOH THE HERALD specifications' ran no obtained from OrTICB BY ONE O'CLOCW'IO IN- IF M Whlddlngton. 10V SURE INSBRTION ON THB BAtJB n k V ntM -tURBRD .'r Sherlock DAY AS DBUVERED ;