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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PAGE two THE LETIIBRIDGE DAlLV HEFiAJLd ' TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 101,6. mm 1 �CASt tiMtS TONIGHT . CL.Eb BIOGELV and REID in WALLACE' "From Kitchen Artist to.Movie Staf,'..'-,,.>: d.., ^,   Comedy Cartoon. "Scenes in Japan;--. '�'Tt^^ll^LOV'E MASK" colored pictures. ' * ;\-vrcsent DUSTIN FARNUM in 'Ihe Call or the Cum." _ _ _^ _ _ ^ EIV1ILY STEVENS, IN A METRO WONDERPLAY rMPRESQi.fl'he House of Tears' Ll4 lr?Lr* .Tjr?.S Ahotiier of those Popular Metro Features which are appearing reguLirly Last Time |^ TONIGHT Ahotlie'i' of those Popular Metro Features which are appearing reguLirly at the EMPRESS Monday and Tuesday, ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WA.Nflid-AiUlUle agrd woiiuiu 'to keep I'.imac. Oood wuki's. Apply 3'.(3 l.'itli St. X, L'0(J-B VVAX-rwir-\v>w(ri7T(V lio liKhl"^^ work in smnll famllv. Avi>ly Mrs. Sam SadowsUi, S21 t!lh Ave. A. 2U6-(; A\\V N'lTs n ~-UcTjnTo "jm li'.l.siiip.s.s. Apply by loltur. slating nge. to Tllck-aeUI llnrthvnre Co. 205-G for SALE-Miscellaneous ORPHEUM TONIGHT. Prices 25c arid 50c PHONE 1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT MONDAY, AUG. 21 W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS THE GREAT COHAN AND HARRIS SUCCESS "OFFICER 666" A Melodramatic Farce Comedy in Three Acts by Augustin Mc-Hugh. r-.ces: $1.00 75c, 50c, 25c. SEATS READY THURSDAY A. M. AT HEDLEY'S, This is Not a Moving Picture, WAXTlOn-Two tioiisekeopiTs oil Ciirni. Apply ,1. Harris. Kmployiiient AKont, l.etlibridgo. ' 20'�-'> WAN'TKM-Young man to work In shoe store. Apply Uufners. bosttle .MeroUunts- Bank. -02-i, WA.VTKl)-At once" yomiK man as general assistant in meat and provision stove. MvisV be used to hornes and Itavo Unowlodse of meat hnsinoss. \V. M. Glaseow, Coiniuerte. Alta. Phone 24 20tl-O WANTEDTUree paliiters. Apply Star Paint Co.. Hull Block. 200-0 WANTKD^At micuT'Virst class (chamber ma Id^Hotel^ Dallas. 20S-I! i W ANtElF-Cliiiniliofniii lil. i f�"itel. Lethbridge 20S-3 Official Canadian Govt. Films TAKEN IN EUROPE BY LIEUT. D. J. DWYER, 30th BATT,, C.E.F. 6-ABSORBING REELS-6 A THRILLING AND SOUL INSPIRING RECORD OF OUR BRAVE BOYS IN KHAKI OVERSEAS. WITH DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE BY CORP. WHITE, D.C.M. HEAR HIM tell about the actual conditions at the front and explain with the motion pictures of the mysteries of trench life; how it feel."! to he ou the firing line. Hear him tel! the bright side of the soldier's life and how well taken care of the boys really are. He has a message for you-every Canadian who has a relative dr friend fighting for the flag should hear iilm tell what the boys in Khaki need to make thera comfortable and the way they appreciate the gifts you send them. HEAR HIM tell about the great battle of Vpres and how the Canadians saved the day there. Coming back wounded, he has a story to tell that will thrill every listener.  CORP, WHITE IS A BRILLIANT SPEAKER-YOU WILL ENJOY THE MOTION PICTURES BECAUSE OF HIS DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE, Performance In Ottawa attended and highly commended by their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught and the -Princess Patricia. MOKi(iA(iE sALi: or FAK3t PKOPEKTV >v .-ijN 11'.i---� ompuient auto and gar-I age man. Apply stating in first letter j age. experience and wages desired, to I J. A. Virtue, Macleod. 206-3 \\%\Nf Bi)--Te"aciror for village school , Colgate School District Xo. 2894. Isl (class Alberta certificate rcqtiired. Six j grades in the school. Salary offered Us from $7S0 to $840 for the school year. Gfve references. If. R. Brown Secretary, Commerce Alta. 199-12 WAXTED-Man' and ~wlfe~or woman cook for farm or woman with daughter to help. Apply Sick Kami, Crod-dock, or phone New Davlon Kural. 203-6 kor SAbR-Scotch C.olUe male puppies, Ptiro bred. $10.00 each. Apply H, C, Corry, p.o. Box SiKi;__207-i TOS'slvUl'l-ChTlrt'R Fxtcnsion crndlo, kitclieu cabinet, kitchen tablo and chairs, mounted deer heart, plant table and planks, etc.. one banjo. Apply !H4 7th Street A. Soutli^ 207-1! T''W" �i Al>i';~Wtnt riF7yc~"sr'rdT~�BC^^ Or In bulk Orowu ou summer-fallow land. Write or phone C. S. Noble. .Nobleford, or through HurHj, Lethbridge. 20i;-0 110USiS KOr "SAirK-"SouTiil, strong and healthy. About lilOO lbs. Will sell cheap, buying a motor. Apply Vnlot Cleaners, opposite Herald office or (tfter (j p.m. fit 7 12lh St. S. 207-li PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE MEDICAL t'p.H SALK - Tnu'.tiou engine, 40 hor^e-powor giisollne, good coudllion tor threshing. Also Jol�!AMP^00ING-Miss K. M, Holmes smduato of dif) Penn8yl^Tho Docorat-ore, J'ap' Mind Pajntera; Kalsomlnlng.:. Q�neral Decorating Dud Slgii tVrJUug^4i:stimatos given. The oldest established Palnlora In Lethbridge. Res.'^hona 1472; office phonaal7G2, ^fJlyirlock Bldg., Leth-briaee!, "Alta."."' i luO-0 EDUCATIONAL FOR 6ALB-10 heat, or heavy work horses In splendid coridltion, and twelve sets of extra heavy double harness. Phone 1793, or Molson's Bank, or see them with S. K. Davy, 2 miles north of Commerce, Alberta. 191-30 FOR SALE-Business properties. Good localities. Sth Street .S.. 3rd Ave. South, and 13th Street S. Cheap, onc-ihlrd vuUie. Apply Wm. Gnives. co. Dominion Express Co., Calgary, .Mta. 20e-li FOR SAUE-Second-hand Case threshing outfit. A 40-62 separator and a 2.'i h.p. Alberta Special engine. Steam pressure 153 pounds. Good working condition. Roasonablo price and good terms with acceptable security, .-^pply Bawden Farming Co.. Ltd. B. K. Bullock, manager, Taber Alia. '2U3-G GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- 411 Stti^St. S.. Lothbrldgo. Open all summer. � Special hours July and August. Day Bclioot.' Sa.m. to 1 p.m. Night sch'ooL'"''�1ondtty and Thursday, 7.30 toi9,30. (Ask to have our, credit plan explained to you). 171-0 KING EDWARDS'S SCHOOL - For Girls and youug Boys. Cranhrook, B. C. Pupiln prepared for examin-alioua. French taught byt^isionne. Excellent .Music. Danolns and J>raw-iug; also Drassmaklrtg, Shorthand, Typewriting a|!.d Bookkeeping, Comfortable homfe't'Wrlte tor prospectus to .Miss CUariilgton, Headmistress. DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Roynl College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms B and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. I., T. ALLEN-Dentist fsuccessor to Drs. CourtlcB ftQllchrlst)-Graduate Unlverally of Maryland, Rooms 8 and 9,' Macdonaid Block, Phone 1166, Lethbridge. Alta, 170-0 DRS. .MARR8 and MARRS-Dentists. SuocoBsors to Drs, Stewart and Mo-Cltiro. Hours: 9 to 5; Office. Hli-inbotham Block. Phono 374. OR. E. G. 8IMMOND8-Dentist, mem. ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of PhyBlclaus (London). L.D.8. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8 Higlnbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING WElHOiNG Also 1000 ft of Film Showing "Ins and Outs'' of Sarcee Camp, including the Lethbridge Highlanders ALSO GOOD COMEDY. CORP. WHITE WILL PERSONALLY LECTURE TONIGHT RETURNED SOLDIERS AND VETERANS WEARING MEDALS ADMITTED FREE. BIG [XCORSION OF HARVESTERS Winnipeg, Aug. 14.-.\ large harves- The above property will be offered for sale sub.iect to a sealed reserve hid and free from all encumbrances save taxes for the curreni >eur and any seed graiu lien that may be ouistaiid-ins. The Vendor is informed that the :".iove proptri-.- is sitintty about srvin miles from the station of Kipp and that one hundred and tl-irty acres of the said rpianer section is good arable land, with thirty aci'es of pasture I land. The property is all f^mced and j is situate within-on.' half 'nile ropertv this year. ! terV Gxcui^sion from the east, which . ''^or fnnher P.irtlchu-^i and condit-. , , � ions of sale apply to Me:isr.s Gries-\\eiX the.Maritime Provinces last Sat-' ^^^h, O'Connor & Company, Solicil-I urday, expected to arrive on the i ors, Edmonton. Alberta, j C. P.'R. late Tuesday night, and up-! Dated at I'^dmonton in the Province ward of 1,000 harvesters will leave I of Alberta this 4tli day of August, 1910. for western points next day. Tliatj Griesbacli, 0*Connor & Company. enough harvesters secured for; ' Vendor's Solicitors. points iu'Manltoba. Saskatchewan, and ; Approved: A. T. Klnnaird. Deputy Alberta within the next two weeks, ia .; Registrar. _ Ad. No. H. 'the.'opinlon. expressed this morning by immigration' and railroad ollicials. WANTED-Two experleiiced lady cooks want job to work'^together cooking for a reliable threshing outfit. Ap- ply to Box 44, Herald.___ __^04^ WANTED-Tratclon Engineer either Oil or Steam. Good references. Would like to locale for long run. Box 48. Herald. 204-0 LOST AND FOUNl)____ LOS'T-An" Aelrdaie pup,"four "mouths old. Reward for return to 12S0 4th Ave. S. 20r,-0 STRAYED-To my farm South half of 33-8-19. One black mare branded M lazy B on left thigh. Owner may have same by proving- property and paying expenses. W. G T.honipson, Coal-dale, Alberta. SOfi-B 'OR SALE-Threshing rig at bargain or immediate sale. 1. 11. C. 35-32 h.p. Gasoline engine. Aultman & 'I'uylor ; separator, 27x42. Plows, gas urunis. j cook car. Complete lino of bLlt-j and accessories. Nearly new. Art Liiidquisl Bow IsHnd, \\U\. 'JOh-tJ MISCELLANEOUS WANTS^ \VANfEl5-Notice to Uuesherme'n. I am repairing and overhauling engines and separators. 18 years experience ind guarantee my work. .My prices are easonable. Apply Ed. Anderson, Stir-ing. 20S-6 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - The modern method of imlting metals by healing without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld It. The piece will be strongest where it ju welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 Otli Street South, uoxt- to Herald. WELDINtJi-Castings' and Forglngs welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylenc Gas Welding shop. 1;;66 2na Ave. South, near Ellison .Mills. U Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 FARM PRODUCE T. S. Fetterly - Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somorvllle Slarblo & Granite Works of Calgary. Offloo opposite Court House, Phone 561, Residence 284 7th Ave. S.;"Phbn8 1178, Open day and night. 8. Y. HURST-Emhaltnor ft..aiiDeral Director. 803- 3rd Avenue South, Phone 1802. Open night and day. BUILDING BUILDING, PLAST'ERING CEMENT WORK. Repairs a specialty. Anything from the, foundations to the Inst coat of paint. Lot us figure on your wants. Special attention given to country jobs.-Construction Co., 1221 fith Avenue S. 20;!-r. MUSIC tVA.N'TED-To buy a shotgun. Must be in perfect condition. State price. Ap ply l'o\ 3:, Her;il.l 207-0 BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for (juotatlons when buying or selling. We are iu touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent basement for perishable goods. F. O. Kydo & Co. Phone 1244. P. 0. Box 112. 182-0 WANTED TO RENT-House of eiglit or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. Carcfel tenants. Reply Box 85 post office. 201 0 AUCTION SALE HORSES At Frasei' Bi'os. Livery liarii,, Alta. Tuesday, August 22, 1916 COMMENCING AT a-p,m,SHARP.-J. A. SMITH IS INSTRUCTED TO SELL 15 Head Mares & Geldings Ages 4 to 7 years, v/eighing from 1,200 to 1,'100 lbs. Nearly all broken to work, TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE, J, A. SMITH, Auct, DLstrit't N�, .>! REW.ARD-A suitable reward will bo paid for Information leading to. re-covery of any horses branded on left shoulder. Apply E. H. Dawson, 1245 5th Ave. South, Lethbridge. 188-20 $5.00 PER HEAD-Will be given for the recovery of the following named horses. One hay and roan and gray, mares. Two greyxgeldtug^; branded ' ^ , ' on left shoulder. 1 brown yearling filly. Notify J. P. Abbott, Barons, Alberta. " ' ' ,20f-ii j Tenders will ^be received by the i undorslgend up till noon, August 24th-, j 1916, for the supply of coal' to the I schools of the above district; for the j year commencing September 1st, 1916. ) Coal to he.of best quality screened I lump, free from bono, slate and other . impurities. ' -J.^. " I Further inforroation may be obtained at the Manital Training School, 5th Avenu^ South. JOHN M. I'^LEETWOOb, i Ad. G. 207-fi Secreiary-Troasurer. Gity of Lethbridge Street Railway Department AUCTION SALE of Unclaimed Goods \ AT CAR DARNS, 6th STREET S. AT 2.30 O'CLOCK. Wednesday, August 16th. FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND > WITHOUT RESERVE-AN ASSEMBLAGE OF UNCLALMED AKTK LES Including pipes, blouses, purses', watph fob, gold rings, stick pins, overcoats, pfrasols, umbrellas, dolls mufflers, hand; bags, caps, boots, overalls, gauntlets, mitts, slippers, gloves and many ,other items, ^ TERMS CASH ' l>Jb RESERVE '5^ DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. 01f\c�-C. p. R. Frslght thM% PHONES: Office ........ 11 � Stables .......... 1014 DO fOU BURN com? The Giaee Coal Mine is . now prepared to take care , The quality ,l� the bept, . Delivered, Jji-L.'SO ton At mine .. 3.25 ton CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING WANTED-'Fo buy some second hand furniture or will buy the contents of a furbished house. Gi>. e the lowest price for spot cash. Apply Box 4'J, Herald. 204-0 ' ' .'� � ,, 'Sh 25o an insert :" lion for twenty J,;! five words oK.v less. Six Inseri'tj tiona for the-^ price of four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. 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, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. 175-20 TO RENT to HENT-Two or three furnished rooms, in private house, south side, nice locality. Board if desired. Use of piano and phone. Apply box 19, Herald __ __ _ _ to"RBNt-FiinFniKlied""!io'use, fully modern, for six months, commencing Sept. 15. Apply box 50, Herald. 205-0 TO RENT-Furi>~Hioderri six rooirieii house. Close in, ou car line. Apply 016 7th Av^. S. �206->'i TOniENT-Atirri 7th St. A. Soutli one six roomed cottage. Pantry with fitted In cabinet. Rent $12.00 per month. Apply above address. 207-6 TO RENT-irr run.r~modTM-ii hoiisoT large rooms, well furnished, with iiso of jilano. Terms very reiiKoliable. Ap pJyj;i4^Jlllli_St. Su._ _ _ 2u:'.-il TO, RENT-In" llic VictoHa^Manilons, one ftJ.rnishod flat with two bedrooms, parlor, kitchen and bathroom. Apply quick to the Mansions Olllce, Third Avo. South. City. Phone 636. 205-0 For HiiN'r-Fully" VnirderTr'ei'ght-roomed liouse, 61:; rali St. S. .�\pplv C. W. Gray, 310 5th St. 8. 208-6 BOTTLES WE VVILI- BUY .PINT r.ppTTUES l.l QUANTITY. - . ANDj-ii QUAR.T. p,0TTj,E8 I.N- ANy,' JTa-^ Pui'lty Uottling WwkH SHOE REPAlRi;4G MISS AILt^EN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal CoUego ot Music, London. Eng. This year 100 per cent, were successf-.. Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W, H. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyfloard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South, 96-0 SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 loi your shoe repairs, Woik dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, Bll 4th Avenue South. 52-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano tind Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory, experience. Honours'Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 116S, 1253 6th Ave, A, South. DYEING AND fei-EANING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Cleaning; guar.anteed to turn out every piece ot work at Its best Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Colioct and deliver. Phono 1813 324 Sixth Street South. THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Re-opens on Tuesday, September 5th. inslructlon given in all branches of muKlc. Special classes for violin, mandolin, banjo, guitar and other � snmll Instruments. C'ortifled teachers.. European and (Janadlan examiners. Terms moderate. Phone 765. 206-2C AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers intending selling their farm stock and implements, it will be to your interest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave., North, Lethbridge. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns rostoek-od, gun work done by a gunsmith, kijys iiiadg, locks rApairod, bicycles, typowrilerK, phonographs, any light n^uchlnery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. .McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 5lh St. S. 192-(i DRESSMAKilVG LAND FOR SALE for SA,l/E-.�120 aoi'oh with 60 acres of good wheal ou this year. The third will go Willi the place it sold soon. The No. as follows North halt of section 2 in township 10, range 21; 8 miles northeast of Letlibridgu. This Is going to ho sold, ho look It up and make, your \besl offer in first letter. Will give the best of terras. Address Jay Hastings, Osceola, Nebraska, 206-3 TAKE NOTICE DRESSMAKING DONE.-in Room 2, KIrkham Block. 204-t) DRESSMAKING-At home or by the day. 212 Otl blocl^, 5th St. South. 204-6 FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction aai� of your fanning stock, stock-In-, Hde or household poods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth-bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIESI FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLOQ. OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managers) Residence SOS, Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbridge. Conldalo, Rjiyinond and Mngrath. 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? TRICAL WORK W.L. McKen/iic (& Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8. have you smoked lately? "Noblemen" Cigars SURRENDER YOURSELf- TO "OFFICER 666" OiM MONDAY NIGHT. 'fiiat J. A. Jochom has llihi date wlthi(i'awn his name from tlio firm of The -Milk Rlvor Hardware Co. All IdllH against said firm will he secilcd tor by Judgpients and accounts duo the F. J, Coatos and all notes, moitgagos, abo.vh firm or due Coatee, t .iochoiu are duo and payable to F. J. Coiites, Dated at Alllk R'ver, Alta., this 14tli d,iy of August, ]')16. Milk River Vlardwaro Co. J. .\. .lodhom. F. J, Lloalus. Ad. Ho. 3, ' aos-a Money to Loan W. F. NELSON & CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridee, Alberta TUNDEKS Tenders are asked for the erection ot u central Ueatlng plant tor ( Hospital Tenders to bo on t'orms provided and to bo accompanied by an accented chonuo for 5% of the amount; of the'tqiidor.'.'Urtjiles of drawing and spuclflciilioila Can bo obtained " AND HENDERSON, REID PATERSON, Chartered Acoountanta, Acadia Building, 3rd Ave. Lethbridge. 8., Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything In Accountancy, Audits, investigations, Hooks kept, or wrllteu-up lor Finns and Pannorships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Luwhov, Mining, Manufacturing. Wholesale and Retail Accouutiug. Resident Partner, i ROBT, J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartorod Accountant (Scot.) v. THE WANT All. PAGE GOBS TO PRESS EARLY. AOS, FOR THIS PAliE MUST REAtMl THE HERALD from OFFICE BY CiNB O'CLOCW TO fN- Ih'Hirchlluct.-II. M. WhlddinBlon, 101 SUUE INSERTION ON THJiJ SAM* aUtii'lOCK Building. �AY A2 DEILIVERED. i)AY AS DKtHVEUED. ;