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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGETWO LETHBRIOGE "MATRIMONIAL BLISS" A Side-Splitting Pathc Comedy k.VTONIOHT-AND TOMORROW PALLAS.PICTURES .PRESENT DUHTIX In the Greatest Triumph of Hls'-Career "THE CALL OF THE A Story Replete With Red-Blooded Action and interest. FRIDAY HA r PATHE PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL Florence Heed iir "THE WOMAN'S LAW" RED FEATHER PHOTO ".'i "The Huntress of Men" JtJ TONIGHT Featuring MARY FULLER in This Romantic Drama'of Five Acts. Positively Last Tiirie WtffcL NEVER LEI Official Canadian Govt. Films TAKEN IN EUROPE BY LIEU.T. O. J..DWY.ER, 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 3Y CORP. WHITE, D.C.M. CORP. WHITE IS A BRILLIANT YOU WILL ENJOY THE MOTION PICTURES BECAUSE OF HIS DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE. Also 1000 Feet of Film Showing "Ins and Outs" of Sarcee Camp, Incinding the Lethbridge Highlanders RETURNED SOLDIERS AND MEDALS ADMITTED; FREE. PRICES 25c and 50c. ALL' SOLDIERS IN UNIFORM, 25c. PHONE 1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT MONDAY, AUG. 21 W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS THE GREAT COHAN AND HARRjS SUCCESS "OFFICER 666" A Melodramatic Farce Comedy in Three Acts by Augustin Mc- Hugh. T-.ces: 75c, 50c, 25i-. SEATS' THURSDAY A. M. AT'Hfe'OLEY'S. This 13'Noi'k Moving Picture. SITUATIONS WANTED By man and wife nosllioli oiu'fnriii. Exiierionccil. Pri'tor to llvo (hfouBli llachelor iireferrod, eptembnr Isl. State wucoa.'btc. _ _ 2I1S-2 exVeriencud limn. Poa- ItlHiiffa eiiglucer 'oil Thrashing Writo' liox; US., llorald. UOIi-i; iOxppriomiijil.. flu-ui liTuid with" four head of horses wiuits Apply Uox 22. Herald. 206-ii EROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE- MEDICAL SITUATIONS VACANT NOTICE "have men on hand for ham-si work ['hone your orders to J. Harris it Co.. Km- ploymenl Agents, Phone 1-112. 1-eth- bridge._______________________209-0 grocery ware- house. One with experience preferred. Apply Campbell, Wilson Home. Ltd.. Lethbridge.209-1) general Servant. No .wash- or ironing. Applv 13th St. S. 1'09-u Tor general house- work. Ajiply 317 IL'th St. S. _ 209-0 'woman to keep iiouse. Good wages. Appi} 3'M liith St. X. to doliglit house- work In small family. Ai ply Mrs: Sam Sailowskl, 331 6th'Ave. A._S. 30U-I'. BoTToTeanr the hardware business. Apply by letter, stating age. to Ilick-Sehl Hardware Co. 205-6 man for Auto Liv- ery Driver. One who can Handle a Ford preferred. Phone 1806 or call 523 St. S.. Lethbridge. 208-11 housekeepers on farm. Apply J. Harris! Employment Agent, Lethbridge. 204-6 TENDERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ..A.TELEPHONE EX- CHANGE BUILDINU AT BARONS, ALTA. Sealed 'addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for the Construction of a Telephone Exchange Building. Barons, Alberta." will be received. UD li p.m. Thursday. August 31st. 1516. Plans and specifications may be had on application to B. Baxter. Plant Superintendent. Department of Tele- phones. Parliament Buildings, Edmon- I ton. Each tender. .iBust be accompanied by an accepted cheiiue payable at par, to.: IhejJlmister of Rail- ways and Telephones, to the amount of five per cent, of the tender. Should the contract he awarded, the successful, bidder shall be reuuired to boud on an ap- proved, .Company to the amount per cent, of the for the I faithful Air rrha TTimiijiCk- I The cheques Al I UK JjIHlJItl.v bidders within six 'Tie father feature for the daVg ,ne confract'is-a'wai'dod. A play that, a person sees once Bmpre3S tonight is The Huntress :of I The right is reserved id-reject .am- end then geU.uii-a; fhentre pain to twe featunug Mary; or M any defects -go and see it'-all. over ayain is O This is i most thrilling story j HARALER. fleer C66." theiireat melodran atic of a neautifal woman of! Deputy Minister bf Railways' and farce comedy whldFconles to the Ma ueen a whirl-; Telephones jestic theatre, foj-'one night only, next wind ot pleasures, 'but- who casts all! Dated at Edmonton this 14th day of Monday, Aug: Little did Aug- j for nx man sae finally falls In; August, 1916. man io work In shoe store. Apply Hufner's, beside Merchants' Bank. once young man as general assistant in meat and provis- ion store. Must be used to horses, and have, knowledge of meat business.( W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, Aita.'Phoue 24. WANTBDThree painters. Paint Co.. Hull ?QO-0 once.' PirsT'cla'isicham- ber maid. Hotel Dallas._________20S-I1 WANTED -Clianiberina'id. I.Mhbrldge Hotel. .___________208-3 for village school Colgate School District No. 2884. 1st class Alberta certificate .required. Six grades in the school: Salary offered Is from S780 to ?S4Cr for the school year. Give references. H. R. Brown Secretary, Commerca Alta. 199-12 woman or girl for general housework. -Must be able to do plain cooking. Mrs: H. Pair- field. Experimental Farin, phone 3S5, 20S-0 LOST AND FOUND. At Hie Majestic little did Aug- ustin JIcHugh think that hr plav .MhleTe- sucii world i nle tremendous success, and from pres ent appearances js still good for many more sfeaspnsVto dome. '..A Liost cal able company he sepn in the. piny here next Monday and tae event give: promise of attracting -a capacit> house. Reserved seats will be selling at j Henley's tomorrow. IOVB 6th Ave. and Hend- erson Lake via 12th and 7th Ave. S. a ladies suit coat. WMte serge with a black pin stripe. Reward (or re- turn to Ryland's Store or Herald Office._______________________' white roan cow, neck dark brown: Branded H R on left shoulder. Reward for '.information leading to recovery. Apiil'y Hetjn'er, Ave. Aeirdale pup, four months I old. Reward for return to -ith Ave. S. by experienced cook with rellHblo threshing outfit. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Hoimo Rruiluulp ot the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic1 Instttulo, Medical Mussngo alill Gymnastics Klec- trtail Vlbroiory anil Therapeutic Ijlght Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull Blk. lady coolu4 want'Job to work together cook- Ing for reliable threshing outfit. Ap- ply to Box 44, Herald. 304-li Oil or Steam. Good references. Would like to locate for long run. Box 48, Herald. 204-G __ FOR SALE FOR Scotch Collie inule pup- pies. Pure bred. each. Apply 11. C. Corry. P.O. Box SOS. __ -'07-4 Child's .extension cradle. kitchen cabinet, kitchen table and chairs, mounted deer head, plant table and planks, etc., one banjo. Apply 7tb Slfeet A. South. ___ 207-0 FOR Winter rye seed, sacked or in bulk Grown on summer-fallow land. Write or phone C. S. Noble. Nobleford, or through Rural, l.eth- bridge. ___ 20ii-0 ___ FOR SALE Sound, strong nd healthy. About 1000 Ibs. Will sell cheap, buying a motor. Apply Valet Cleaners, opposite Herald office or after 6 p.m. BIT 12th St. S. FOR SALE Traction engine. 40 horse-power gasoline, good condition for threshing. Also John Deere engine plow. Will sell cheap and take thresh- ing in payment. W. 11. Pawson, Jr., Coaldale, Alta. 205-li CHIROPRACTORS SM'ffH Smith and .luno u. you aro sick and want to i-esnln health, take spinal udjustmonls and get well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, SOS 7til Avs. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 3.20 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 145-2C PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepcial rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono "4fi. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Ptuperhnngers and Painters; Knlsotnlning. General Decorating anil Sign Writing. Estimates siven. The oldest established Painters In Lethbrldge. Hes. Phone 1472; office phone 1762, Sherlock Bldg.. Leth- bridse. Alta. EDUCATIONAL WANTED TO DISPOSE 25 Ii.p. Case steam tniction engine. Would consider a (i-cylinder car in part pay- ment. E. C. Keith. Hlllcrest, Alberta. new 12x1.4 10 m. wall tent. S foot Dcering binder In good condition. Uowdctl potato digger, also some second band furniture. Ad- dress Bos 43 Herald. 201-0 FOR one chicken house S I 12, cost ?S5.00. one stable 14 X 22, bip roof, cost ?375.00. Both for 5175.00 cash. A. E Humphries, 120 llth St., South 1S7-0 FOR Remington No 10 type" writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both in good condition. .1. B. Tnrney Co. 132-0 FOR 10 Heat, or 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. IE: Davy, 2 miles north of Commerce, Alberta. 191-30 "FOR Business properlfeiT Good localities. Sth Street S., Crd Ave. South, and 13th Street S. Cheap, one- ihird value. Apply Wm. Graves, co. Dominion Express Co., Calgary, Alta. 206-fi IIEREAI ALLIED At8tarlantl Dustin >vho- appears to- night" and tomorrow at Starland. in a .of Charles Jfovllle Buck's, Call of ilie _needH no introduc- tion-lo the people Lethbridge. The tlife Kentucky fueds., Farniim in the role of Samson jed in the war is to be changed from! South, in his youth destined to be the leader; of his clan, and in later years their; thief tain who leads them" to vic- is .credited with achieving- one ot the greatest triumphs of his career as a Screen artist. Ottawa, Ont.. Aug. 12. The role! j.j which'the Canadian troops have ylay-j The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and: charges according to the cir- cumstances 'of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also, provided. For further partlc- ularV apply to the Nursing .Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A, M. Tlllty, Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurae. Besiie Cook, Grad. Nurse s THE, WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER 'Please nohFy ICENTRALrROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EBMOHTON. OL.IVEB. j the defensive to the offensive. They {have bee'n transferred from the blood-! stained salient of Ypres to the region j Spinme. For over a year they; have held one of the most dangerous i aati vital positions of the allied battle; front against the best of the kaiser's j They repelled continuous at-1 Uemnts to reach Calais, and at least! fso.OOft.ot' the Dominion's troops died or; were wounded in holding that much' i coveted "road. Now they will take j their place with the British and tralian troops on the Somme in the! more congenial but no less glorious! !task of driving the German invaders! out of Prance. j Four 4ivisions are now at the front.; Watson's division hav-- ing the three olrler divisions.; Thus odd picked troops of the' Dominion will be added to the forces fighting on the Somme front. j During the most recent fighting. around Zillibeke and Sanctuary woods j the Canadians were driven back a con-J aiderablc distance, but in the counter-; attack they recaptured all the ground lost. The nature of the salient pre-1 eluded the possibility of real work. They were placed there to hold the grounvi- and they held ft. More'Attractive Work j Now more attractive work is ahead; !of them. There is little doubt j the Canadians will be heard from in j the near future in connection with (he i continued push toward Bapaume and 1 Peroiine. The Canadian troops are' commanded by General llyng and the four divisions are commanded by Gen- oxale Turner Currle Lipsett and Wat-j son j The fiftjh and sixth divisions are how i being orgrfrlized. Artillery for them' Is already in Canada. General Hughes will leave j shortly England and Flanders, where he will three months with the .forcew, nrigaafef-Uerieral Ruttan probably will he acting Jnspenlor-genefal in tho absence of Geiieral Hughes, OR RENT These 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-.so.ld on easy terms. .A .dividing wall will be erected if necessary, on the ground flopr. Apply CONYBEARE.-CHURCH, McARTHUR DAVIDSON, PHONE 711. my farm South'-Jmlt of 33-S-19. One black niare branded 31 lazy B on left thigh. Owner may have same by proving property and pay- ing expenses. W. G T.uouipson, Coal- dale, Alberta. 20B-G suitable reward will be paid Tor information re covery of any horses branded JQTV on left shoulder. Apply E. Dawson. 1245 5th Ave, Lethbridge. .'188-26 PER be given to. the recovery of the following nameu horses. One bay ami roan and gray mares. Two grpy geldin branded on left shoulder. 1 brown rQi--fcj ling filly. Notify J. P. Abbott, Barons Alberta. Tenders for Coal Tenders will be received by the undersigend up till noon, August 24th, 1916, for the supply of coal to the schools of the above district, for the year commencing September 1st. Coal to, be of best., quality-screened lump, free from bone, slate and. other impurities. Further information may be obtain- ed at the Manual Training School, 5th Avenue South. JOHN K. Ad. G. 207-fi Secretary-Treasurer. Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. H. Frtluh years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians city. Phone 1168, 1253 Cth Av'e. A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out .every piece; of work at its best' Only 'the most .scientific method! applied without injury to Our work is 'sure to please you. Collect' and deliver. Phone 1812 3H Sixth'Street South. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS 4 barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun -work doiie-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, 407 Sth St. a. 192-0 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING Hoom 2, Kirkham Block. 204-6 home or by the St. South. 204-c (SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK IDS OF ELEC- I WORK I cnzie Si. Co I Avo S. DR. W. S. CALBRAITH PhyslclH Surgeon, Accouchor. Houra p.m. Ottlco 814 Third Avouui, Phono 1263. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Noso ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Olllos Uours twenlngs by ap- pbln'tmont. Phones: OfClce 341. Eildcnco 593. DRS. CONNOR, McNAL.LY 4 JAMIE- Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence G19.' Ofrice hours: 1) to 13 a. 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., Surgeon, Accouchor. 1324 4th Aveuuo North. Houra 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Pliona 470. DENTAL DR. M. j. graduate or Hoyal College of Dental.Surgeons Toronto, anil holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms S and 5, Dryau Block. Phono 1071. OP., t.. T. (auccessot to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and Macdonaid Block. Phone 1165. Lethbridec. Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Clure. Hours: 9 to B. Office, iUt- inbothara Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber Royal College ot Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: HIginbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fctterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalraer; also agent for the Somerrille Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phona 661. Ro- eldence 2S4 7th Avo. S., Phone 1176, Open day and night. S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. BUILDING____________ BUTLDING, PLASTERING CEMENT WORK. Repairs a specialty. Any- thing from the foundations to the last coat of paint. Lot us figure on your wants'. Special attention given, to country Co., 1221 litli Avenue S. 209-C MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Playing arid Theory. Supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- Bic, London, Bug. This year 100 per cent, were succeasf-'.. Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, (eacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Re-opens on Tuesday, September 5th. Instruction given in all branches of music. Special classes for violin, mandolin, banjo, guitar and other small instruments. Certified teachers. European and Canadian examiners. Terms moderate. Phone 765. 206-26 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and implements, it will be to yo'jr In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 5th ive. North; iiethbridge. FRANK WADDINGtON-r-If you contemplating an auction of your fanning stock, or household goods and effects. _ consult Frank Waddlnaton, Leth- bridge, who .will give you expert service cti-reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' W. J. LtOYD Residence 365. Xccountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldale, Raymond and Magriith. 'All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not selling' jfoiir; hay to us. Why not how? Money to Loan VI. F. NELSON 4 CO., Alberta Loan Block. Lethbridge.. Albe "TAKtrNOTICE Thnt .7. A. ..lachem 1ms this date withdrawn his iiamn from, tho firm ot Tho .Milk tllvor llimhvare Co. All against unltl firm will he settled roi by P. .1. Cnalcn and nil mortgages, Judgments and .accounts ilite the above firm or due Coutel C are duo and payable to F. .1. Cdfl'iH. nntRil at Mllk.rilycr. Aim., this Nth d.iy of AiiRiisl. ili.6. Mint Illvf-r Hardware Co. ,r. A. Jodlein. F. J. Cloiite.i. Ad. No. J. iOO-3 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON, Chai-terod Accountants, Acadla Building, .3rd Ave. S., LctKbridge. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything in Accountancy. Au- dits, Investigations, Hooks kept, or written-up for Firms and Paruierships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining. Manufacturing. Wholesale ana Retail Accounting. j. Resident Partner, ROBT. J, RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) THE PAGE GOES TO HHBSB FOB THIS pAuis MUST HKAGK iIFmAi-iD OKl'ICH UY' ONE O'CLOCW TO i'N- SUliB INSISIiTION ON THE SA'-IU DAI'- AU i ;