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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY ...WEDNESDAY. AUOUST 23, 10lfi ICMPRESQ, I 1J TONIGHT bE HAVEN AND ?ARKtH "A YOUTH FORTUNE" 1 Carter De Haven Flora Parker De Haven In an exciting Red Feather Production, In whlch'theyare supported, by Maud George, Harry tarter and Bertram Grassby. Directed by Otli Turnerfrom an original story by Ford Beebe. '__________ -_i_T, GHARLIE HAPLIN -IN ''CONSIDERABLE LOUIE AND HEINIE IN PALLAS PICTURES PRESENTS LKXOKE-ULKICH Th- Beautiful and Versatile Little Actroia in THE HEART OF 5 Reels A Drama of Thrills and Unsurpassed Interest. Don't Miss it. Pathe Presents the Russian Faiiia MariuoH' in "MSDHA" 5-Ads Another Splendid Pathe Feature. What the Press Agents Say The other feature will ho "A Youth of Fortune." This is a wouderfu! pic- turn full of thrills will hold the interest throughout. At the Orpin-inn LAND FOH SALE SALE Weil improved fiirnw larse or small trat-ts, SU' to jier'ncre, small cash payment, long terras. N. 11- Pent S Co.. Id .Mncdon- SITUATIONS VACANT '_ boy himself useful uroiiuil drug slore. Apply Ill- Frank Hedley DniK Co., other good pictures be repeated again tonight at the Orpheum. The'war feature is a two- roel.spqsatipu.fliowing Hie onrcuovils of war in action.. This is a sood one and should not lie missed. At the Empress Charlie Chaplin will be seen in a feature et the" Emuross tonight. The war picture feature and ____________ shown last night I Paula" which will be the feature a FOR SALE West half of 26-10-22. One mile from elevator at Commerce. All plowable flood land, has coal rights included. Only Small payment down balance to suit purchaser. 180 acres improved irrigated land. 60 acres In timothy, 40 in crop, balance in blue joint hay. Six from Lethbridge. acre. Good terms. Interest 6 per cent. '.TO acres land seven miles south of Lethbridge. 450 abrei under cultivation. House and buildings in good order. Plenty of water, 200 acres summer-fallowed. Will rent to a good reliable farmer for a term of years with option of buying. Further particulars apply to BOX 35. HERALD ilry goods and ready-to-wear. Splendid position-for capable woman. Applv to Clarke Co. Lethbridge. 215-0 i FOR acres.. One mile tonight ami tomorrow, will J22.00 per aero. Tsrms. 320 lx> of peculiar interest, showing the acres 1'i, miles from elevator Sl.'l.M. evnryilay life of a small llexiean j Gooli acres, well improved, j Close in. per acre. laCO acre j In addition io this great mncll. well nnproved. J12 OU j _......... another of those extremely funny per acre. Good Terms. Three houses Wffl ,llgrami Box JliisiB and Loaie comedies "Consider-j ojMMOd Jarm., 4S lad-about 17 io work-on wagon in city. Apply Cox's Dairy, phone HU15. 1214 tfth Ave: A. S. 215-6 for small tamil-v' C mlles llon1' PLAGUE-STILL GAINS New York. Aus. UOi in greater New York reported a slight l.elhbridge. Alberta. gll'-ti FOR ranch. acres i at special price aud terms. This is a irough raoiiey maker for parties able to F. N'elsou -V'.- Company. orderly at Gait hos- pital. 212-0 i greater New YorK reported a hnriilp U. t. ixeison -v uompanj. ilu in the epidemic of infantile par- jvu St. S., I.etM.rMjce Telephou.: [ysis today. During the 24 hours i. maid must b li! ended At once, an experienced e good plain cook. Ap- U'OI: highly ply lira. Connor, 275 South. 7th Avenue A. at 10. a.m. the plague killed JSS children and US were strickea. WON'T CALL HOUSE TO DISCUSS PEACE TERMS _______ J ISiT dtaian'i. education. Permanent position London. Aug. reply to a j e M acres ,s the best Box 37, Herald. -13-0 question in the house of commons to-. torm ,n- w F Kolses'anSf day. Premier Asmiith said that he experienced pick mill- Compallyi ould not undertake to summon par- j Telephone 1214. liament during the coming recess if 6th Street S.. 1-nlli- i ers. Steady married men. Steady work proposals were made" regarding FOR SALE-620 acres in well known rilBtriftT at terms of peace. New Daytoii-Warner wheat district at '212-6 aim good by letter to i Overman, The Delia Mine, Delia, Alts. I 210-6 1000 an acre. W. F. Nelson q0mp-j Apply Miss nv -116 5th Street South, Lethbridge.! McLeay, 514 3rd Ave. Suutlu 210.-6 Liberia Telephone iSll. 212-6 i NOTICE TO have AUCTION SAIL on Friday, Aug. 25tli at 721 3rd Street S. LETHBRIDGE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 3 mattresses, 6 iron bedsteads, 6 2 kitchen tables, 1 washstand, 1 four-hole cook stove, l.thref-hqle.fireless cook- er, 7 kitchen chairs, i larp? car- pet, 2 rugs, 2 waahtubs, Z pair curtains and poles, 1 pair pil- lows, 1 new map of. Western 2 baby carriages, 1 horse-clipping machine, 1 large clipper grinder, 1 .heavy vice, 6 v good, water barrels, 100 feet of lawn, hose, 1 set of light driving harness. large number -of useful mechanic's tools, shovels and many other articles. TERMS CASH. Ji Auctioneer FOR BIEL POSTING DISTRIBUTION .OF BOOK- CIRCULARS, ETC SEE L. S. BROWN CITY PHONE 1722 ,YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT- ING AT THE (Special to tlie Herald) Fernie, Aug. meetings are _.-Mr. Bowser has come and last night the Socialists had their first innings'; when J. A ilcDoBald the1 Socialist caadi- I date for Fernie who Arrived from Van- couver yesterday evening, spoke to a full house at the Socialise hall. Mr. .McDonald is a young man of about twenty-seven summers and as has a good com- ina'nd of- the King's Ekiglish and-a full knowledge of the. Socialiatic pro- paganda. eH began where Darwin left ofi-with evolution, ihat is to say. with the monkey, and monkeyed with his subject regardless of the fact that nearly ail his" headers had heard it before. Being an easy, flaent speak- er, he covered much ground but gave nothing that wa.s new or startling. Brewster Bowser, Fisher and UphUl came in for a brief denun- ciation as being all alike, or more so; none of 'them to be trusted by the working man. He was losing no sleep as to wheth- er Fisher or Uphill would head the .poll day. He was among them to educate and enlighten them as to the all-prevading greed ofj.be capitalistic classes, whose representa- tives his opposing -candidates were. I .was accorded a most respectful hearing by his very mix- Jed 'audience. Thomas French, secre- tary- of Gladstone Local Union, was in the chair, and there was a goodly J', sprinkling of. ladies throughout the hall. Liberals and Conservatives I Were-well represented. thai i Mr. McDonald Is not a resident of tte district, coupled with the intensity of the. fight against the Bowser gov- ernment, even "amongst the Socialists 'rather handicaps a strictly Socialis- tic campaign this year, hut the can- didate has a pleasing personality i which' assures, him a respectful hear- t-lug and under more propitious cir- cumstances he would likely poll a fair proportion of the Socialisticaly. inclined voters here. Brewster and McDonald are due to speak in the Grand Theatre' tonight when they will be sure of a large aud- ience "foONT FDRCET WAR VETERAN "WHEN YOU WAVE A men on hand for harvest work Phone your orders to J. Harris Co., Eiri- I ploymeiil Ageiico, Plioue 1412. Leth- bridge. 209-0 tor. general i work. Apply 317 S. 209-0 FOR FOK rig with doors at back. In good condition. Apply Vnlo't, opposite Herald office, atler li li.m. nt sir lath st. s. ._________814-f. I'riviite salo of liouau furniture including piano in good con- dition. li.p. stunin trautiou englntf. Would consider a G-cyllmler car In part paymcnl. E. C. Keith, Hillcreat, ____214-8 Mu- UetJi, opposite KJpp, 'PTJil old. Gentlo and souiul. driver and saddle horse. Clieap for cash. An- 18th St. N._____________213-0 six room cottage ou 8th Avo. S. What have you got to Apply Box 17, Herald.' _ __ '_ _._ KOR bargain price for cash. One 37-42 Aultuiaii-Taylor sep- arator. All belts, etc. in good shape. NB Sec. 19-7-19. Orvul Dodds. May, _ __ __ __ __ b'Oli SQiiure Gnfiicl rtanu. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH PhysiclttD Surgeon. Accouchor. Hours p.m. Offico Third Phono 12o3. DR. TAYLOR Ear. Eye, Noso and Throat; 115 Shorlouk Bide. Office 1 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Miis K. M. Holmes graduate: of the Peuusylviiiiln Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage and- Ovnitmsticti Klec- trlcal' Vibratory and Therapeutic l.leht iTreatments, Blectrolynlu appointment only. Room 1, Hull lilll. .CHIROPRACTORS and Juno you arc sick null want to regain health, take apiual adjustments and gut well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 803 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 9.80 to 6; 7 to 'J. Phono 1G77. 146-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van b'OK Urunu i-lano. rm.nit Verv reasonable Apply to 523 VJib Haarlem's Private Hospital and a, q Maternity Homo. Sepclnl rates gH- OUGBL. o. 1'J'H Ailmmn _ __ _____ POU Four gooil "tainily milch cows. Apply 11- Tarry, Dallas farm, Phone IWOC. ___ __ FOR modern store hullding. Favorably located on corner 6th Avenue aud 13th St. N. Reasonable terms on sale or lease. Ap- ply 315 atti St. S. or phone 711. -15-ti ChofceThalt tile famous Munson district. One mile froin Red Deer river. No hail, frost or drouth In seven years. Plenty of liny. Price J20.00 per acre. II. H. Best, WhiUa, AUa. ___ _ POll At" 'Palace" Livery Barn, j en ou, application. ,1224 7th Avonuo south. Phone 746. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decoral- era, Paperhangere and Painters; K.ilsominlng, General Decorating aud Siglf Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Paiulora in Lethuriuge. Ues. Phono 1472; ottlce phono 1752. Kherlock lildg., Leth- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS Ten head of horses; 1 team of mures, 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge. Fall well matched, weight 5SOO and 8 Term opening September nth. Pres- geldlnga from 3 to 7 years old. All well broke. Phone 716. FOR rye' seed, sacked or in bulk Grown ou summer-fallow land. Write or phone C. S. Noble, Nobleford. or through Rural, Leth- bridge. ____________30C-0 FOR one chicken bouse S.I 12, cost ?85.00. one stable 14 x 22, hip roof, cost ?375.00. cash. A. E -Humphries, 120 llth St., South 187-0 FOR Remington No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both in good condition. ,1. B..Turney 6 Co. '-93-0 FOR heat, or heavy work horses in splendid condition, and twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone 1793, or Molsfn's Bank, or see them with S. H. Davy, 3 miles north of Co.-nmerce, Alherta. 191-30 erit hours: Day school, Sa.m.-i p.m. iNMght school: Monday and Thurs- day, 7.80-9.30 p.m. Regular Hours ou and after Sep- tember 5th: Days, il-12 a.m. and 1.30-4 p.m. Nights, Mon'day and Thursday, Residence phone 1531 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Fjr Girls and young Boys. Cranbrqok. B. C; prepared for examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music. Dancing and Draw- iug; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting aud Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for. prospectus to Miss Charingtcn, Headmistress. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy some.second hand furniture or would buy the entire cou- WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method Of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal 'we .can weld it. The piece will be strongest where It m welded. W. N. Kuth, 331 6th Street Kouth, uext to Herald. 40-0 tents of a furnished7home.-AtipljMJox and Forgingt 33, Herald. Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. t once young man as general assistant in meat and prpvis- ion store. Must he used to horses and i have, knowledge of meat business. W. M. Glasgow-, Commerce, Alta. Phone have I WANTEDThree painters. Applr Star ijke an 6iperjenced auto driver to so Paint Co.. Hull Block. 200-0 I in mo and run a livery. Apply Edgehill Dairy.801 7th Street S. Phone 1624. welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Gas .Weld- iug shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 190-0 ___ 200-0 I WANTED A Apply Central Cash Grocery. 1112 6th Ave. S. 214-0 stenographer for office. Apply R. A. Smith, noy- 214-6 Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. J. R. OLIVER. City Clerk, Secy, Kindly let me know on what condi tions you would like to go in with me on. Apply Box 9, Herald. WANTED RENT Furnished FARM PRODUCE .Bidonco 593. DRS. CONNOR, MoNALLY JAMIE- 109 Sherlock Blotlk. Telephones: Offtco 310; KusldvBos 619. Offlno hours: 11 to 13 u. .1.20 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON; B.A, sician, Surgeon, Adcouchor. 1324 4th Avcnuu North. Houra 1 10 4l 7 to 8; Phono 478. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Koyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a 'Dominion Dental Certificate: Office: Rooma 6 and 0, Bryan Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Kooms 8 ,-iud 9, Macdonaid Slock. Fhona 1166. Lethbridge, Alta..- DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, His- Inhotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of. Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 'Office: Hlglubotham 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. Re- sidence 284 7th Avo. S., Phone 1176, Open day and night. S. Y. Sc Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue. 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. Koyal 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 Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. 'Studio 'fully equipped with black- board keyboard, scale ladder, modu- latto" board etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. Sept. 1st. Apply f .u. apx EsieUwt basement tor peristable WANTED TO of eight n Kyde Co. Phone ___________________________________rooms for light housekeeping. About for village school Sept. 1st. Apply P.O. Box 150. i Colgate School District No. 2SS4. 1st WANTED TO class Alberta certificate required. Six or njne rooms in first class condition.] 'grades in the school. Salary ottered i Centrally located. Carofrl tenant: Its from to IS4Q- Kr ffie School Reply Box 85 post office. year. Give references. H. R. Brown-------------------------------------- 'Secretary, Commerco Alta. 199-12 BALED HAY AND ot all kinds. Carloads or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or seil- inj. We are In'touch with the boat markets. Storage space for rent. 12-14. The Nursing Mission Provides visiimg nurses for mater- nity and all medical and. surgical cases (except contagious diseases i and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for tree o! rcbarge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further 'partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413-Hth St. S. Phone 1233: (Miss) A. M; Tjliey, Supervisor. Wilson, Grad. Bessie Cook, Grad. Nurse SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED Immediately. Position as housekeeper. Experienced and exuel- i lent cook. Apply between 6 and 8 in i evenings or by letter to 1418 2nd Ave. __ Man and wife for thresh- ing. Man to run separator and wife to cook on car. Fifteen years experience- running separator and wife a good cook. Would take a contract stoqking. Wife to cook for men until threshing starts Please answer stating wages. Box No. 15, Herald.' ,213-6 TO on spur track. 580.00 per month. Possession Oct. 1st. For particulars see R. V. GiuiiOiiii oin.c DRAYING Of All Kinds Western transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Frtljhi PHONES: pfflce 1183 1064 by young man as DffiOe niariager. Preferrabiy with grain firin or coal company. Eight years ex- perience In chartered bank. Apply P. Watkins. Taber. Alta. _215-6 TO basement in Alberta Block. Heated. Suitable for storage purposes. W. F. Nelson Company, 41G 6th Street S. Telephone 1214. 312-6 POSITION mine fore- man, experienced ill small lignite mines and pitching seams, can .work as miner also. Address Stephen Dix- on, Macleod, Alta. 313-8 running separ- ator by experienced man. Run several seasons in Alberta. Address Box 34, Herald. .-.814-6 AUSTRIANH EVACUATING CAB8O POSITION fhe Italian offensive captured tiorz and to evacuate hib principal defence? oa Cargo Plateau and Jsonzo NOTICE TO am repairing and overhauling engines and separators. IS years experience and guarantee my work. My prices aro'reasonable. 314-6 engineer on steam rig. pap- ___. ers for threshing ueason. Wife would also cook on outfit. Apply Box, .19 E. Herald. 212-0 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 25c an inser- tion for, twenty five words or less. Six Inser- tions for the price of four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE; by gpnrt. clean economical cook, cither on large threshing outfit or camp. Any number of men'. Apply Box 214-6 WANT E i tu at Ion bYnmn and wife and threshing outfit man'to run sep- arator and wife to cook on car. Fifieftri years experience running separator end wife a good cook. :Would take a contract stocking, wife to cook, for nien until threshing starts. PIti answer slating wages. Box No. 16. Herald. 213-6 NOTICE Would the lad who found my le axe on the road at pumping station and took it home to North Ward, please return it without delay. J. Bro- die. 214-6 RUBBER STAMPS Vide In fcy Herald Job Dtpartmtnt Phoni 1212, WANTED TO PURCHASE Have rou anything tor sale. I will pay cash or second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovien, 2nd Hand_ Store, 71ij 3rd. Ave. S., or phone 145i. TO RENT FOR eight roomed house. Fully modern, fire place, furnace, cement basement, Flower conservatory.. 115.00 per month to the right party. Also furnished rooms for light house- keeping. Apply 203 Cth Avenue. K. Phone 603. 214-3 LOST AND FOUND LOST Between Ben Pawsou'H and John Davidson's residences, east ot Ooatdale, A brown and pla'd steamer wool Reward for return FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixrtii Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK P. O. Box 112. -----liliT------ SHOE-REPAIRING THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Re-opQus 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 20C-2H SHOE HIT for your shoo repairs. Wolk dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Prank liilos. 511 4th Avenue South. PIANO TUNING G, H, CRIPPS, EXPEHT TUNES Player-Piano and Organ 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours' Certificate 31.T. Assn., London, England, Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168, 1253 6th A've. A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE lnt.Fr.encb. Dry Cleaning; .guaranteed 'to turn out every piece of work at its besL Only the most scientific method! applied without injury to garments. Our work la sure to pleutfe you. Collect .'and deliver. Phone 1812 Street South. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restockr 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, 407 oth 192-D oo no BUI com? The Grace Coal Mine la now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality ll the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS INQUEST ADJOURNS Kernie, B.C., Aug. inquest upon the victims of the explosion al Michel B, 0., opened there today, but a further adjournment until MiBday inornfng was determined upon li of the expectation that wH) be found shortly. AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC TRICAL WORK W.L. Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave 8. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial ind City Licensed Auctioneer. .Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and Implements, It will be to your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 102B. Residence. 1421 5th Ave. North, LeOibridge, FRANK you are contemplating an auction 'sale o! your farming stock, or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Jjeth- bridge, who. ivill give you expert on reasqnablo terms. Twea- ty. years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Manageri) Residence SGB. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Coaldr.lc. Raymond and Magnith.'All hay paid for in full loaded. Nb. come-' backs. Eventually you kick yourself Jor not selling your hay to us. Why not now? Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support. you and pay (or Itaelf.-: An Immense al t'a'e most fertile land in Western Canada tor sale at low prices and eisy. terms ranglng.from to J30 for farm with ample Irrigated landu from f 35 Terms-One twentieth down balance vithln twenty yeaia Tn Irrl gatlon dl-i.rij.io loan for farm build Ings, etc up to ono repayable in twenty interest only 8 per cent Privilege of paying in full at any lime Here is your opportunity to In crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land or seouro your friends ad neighbors' For Literature and par tlcularj apply to Allan Gen'! Supt of Ottk it, Oept of Natural Resources