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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THT. KiiKiB IJAILY UKMAH) SATURDAY. AUGUST 26, MUTUAL MASTERPIECE OE LUXE "MASTER SHAKESPEARE" STROLLING PLAYERS i Featuring the Popular Little Screen Star "See America First''.and Cartoon Komlc. "Ruining Randall's, Reputation'1 comedy. GHAfcLIE HAPLIN in "SHANGHIEO" PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES "LEAP COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT "XKDR.V A Plcturizatlon of George Barr McCutch- con's Popular Novel with GEORGE ROBERT AND FANIA MAR- INOFF, CO-STARS. Famous Plaxors Present the Popular Star MARIE DOKO Star of "The White Pearl" 'and "Kjjrpcny" :n "TIIK HIURT OF NOKAH; FLYNN" A SPLENDiD AND INTENSELY INTERESTING DRAMA IN 6 ACTS. ESPECIAL ft MPRESS TONIGHT Save The Girls The Greatest Problem Play Ever Presented on the Motion Pic- ture Screen BEAUTIFUL BLUEBIRD PHO- 'TOPLAY INTRODUCING THE NEW STAR MARY MacLAKEX As the Shop Gir! who was com- pelled by inexorable fate to "Literally Sell out for a pair of Shoes." Lois Weber's greatest pro- duction. A triumph in photoplay- ing. Three evrntful weeks in the life of a half-slave shop girl, driven to sin through no fault of her own. A LESION FOR EVERY PAR- A WARNING TO EVERY A SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLEM. And a screaming comedy "KILLING THE UMPIRE" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 25c an Inser- tion for twenty five words or less. Pis inser- tions for the price of four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. i ____TO TO largo" front rooms, partly furiUalieU. Suitable for light housekeeping. Close Possession given Wednesday.-Apply to'olil 7th St. S -1S-1 rent a modern cottage or bungalow on south side. Must he iu good condition. Possession Sepl. 1st if possible. Family of three. Apply Box '29. Herald. WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT or man and wife Ben Hawsov' John Davidson's residences, e A Ijrovvn Jiuil pili'd si I-MI- wool lU'war.t for ts work on farm. Hood wages. Apply .......__ engineers holding second class" certificates to run elec- light pianl. Apply Knight Sugar I Co.. Limited. Raymond. Alia. j W stenographer. One who i is Billing to learn the grain game and awav iron, my ranch at Raymond on j stay with it. Apply Box X, Herald ihe 13th of this month. One saddle horse branded half circle over i TEACHER junior 2 on left thigh. One two year old bay Slate salarv required to Sec.- inare and one yearling bay mare I Treas.. Blairmore Public School, No. branded three parallel bars oil right 62S Blairmore, Alta. 21S-1 thigh and one rsarling bay mare for Accountant's NOTICE Office. Must be smart in appearance Would the lad who found my Ice i and of good address. One leaving axe on the road at pumping station i high school or having slighl previous and look it home to North Ward, office experience preferred. Age Ik-.; j please return it without delay. J. Bro-i Reply Box 31. Herald office. Zlii idie. What the Press Agents Say iVt the Empress Umpire" will be the i comedy teature ai the Empress to; mghC, together -MID, "Shoes." This j be the final showing ill "this mag- nilicent feature. FORGET 'AR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVEj% yiJB TO OFFER; Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE __ 21-1-6 i Man to assist on books. I Must be accurate affil quick at figures and good penmaii.; State experience Get a I anil Of and salary expected. Box 21, Herald. TAKE JO YEARS TO PAY I boy. fitieen or slx- The land will support you and pay teen years. Neat appearance and with An immense area of the ambition and.worth 530.00 per month. most fertile land in Western Canada j To commence at once. Reply in ovyn i far'sale at Ion- prices and easy.'termf i handwriting, "ox. IB. Herald. 21n-ij i ranging from to 130 for farm Issd- stenographer. j with ample landb j Salary 575.00 per month. Answer- atat- l from 535. down, i ing experience. Box IS, Herald. 216-6 balance within'twenty years.'In Irrl- i officeToyTICoHeif ation districts loan for farm build- j ticm Agen0j% international Harvester ings. etc.. up to 52.000. also repayable ____._ i in twenty only 6 per Howard Stutchbury, Secy, cent Privilege .of paying In full at any time. Here is your .opportunity...lo In- l crease vour farm .holdings by getting adjoining land, or 'secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- apply to. Returned Soldiers' Bureau, 'LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. j. p. oLIVE'R-'T-'tY Cljrk. Secy. AtSfariand "Nedra" George Barr McCntcheon's j popular novel has, been picturized by j Pathe, Fania Marmoff, the beau- tiful star and George Rob- ert as co-stars and "ill be seen for the last tune at Starland tonights splendid Pathe comedy, and; a Paramount Travel ed in the program On Jionday and Tuesday the beau- tiful little screen star Alarie Doro will ne seen in Ihe Heart- of- Norah one of the greatest Para- mount features yet released. A Money-Maker for a Hustler. K A L O M 1T E The immediate results compel re- peat orders. Be our agent in your home town and cash in on this. MOIR MANUFACTURING CO. 12210 Jasper Ave.. Edmonton. SCOTSMEN ARE FRENCH CITIZENS At the Orpheani Next Monday afternoon, at the the] given ;to the usual representative aud- ience that is always on hand to review the new program. It is certain that the verdict will b'e favorable, for a great array of talent will compose the new bill. Long Tack Sam and his company of Chinese wonders will head the ntfw program with a series of mystifying tricks, acrobatics, contortions, danc- ing, singing, comeay and many other things too' numerous to mention. Keno and Green offer a skit entit- led "All Life anil Action." It is all that, and consists of singing, dancing and patter. Eva Shirley is a demure young lady, full of personality and charm, who sings in a very creditable manner. .Motion pictures of a comedy style, and selections by the orchestra will complete a most promising program. Charlie Chaplin is at the Orpheum tonight. There will be other features. comedy and; a Every Scotsman in France is a ucture are incllid- French citizen, with all the rights and privileges of- such, if he chooses to claim them! In olher words, every. Scotsman bom in Scotland is also a Frenchman, and is thus possessed of two nationalities. Rheims has been very prominent during the present war, and it was th'ere" after his coronation in 1429, that Charles VII. promulgated a decree jthat. In return for the assistance ren- Or dered by the Scottish soldiers to Joan of Arc. who defeated the English and made his coronation possible, Scots- men were Cor all time to be considered free citizens of.France. Now the whirligig of time has once more brought the Scots to the neigh- borhood of Rheims to assist their fel- low-French citizens not against the in conjunclion with them, against the would-be destroyers of civilization. People's Forum TO MAYOR HARDIE Btzikom. Alberta, AugUEt, "24, '16 Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear Regarding the question of "Farm Labor." It is not ray desire to enter into a newspaper rpntrovefsy with Mayer Haruie or anyone else. 1 have not got the time even were I so in- clinea. Permit me to say however thai personal abuse will not secure the desired labor any more than the treat- ment those boys received last winter would.be conducive to their return. sorry that ray "suggestion'1 caused the Mayor to lose his temper. Such an outburst hardly be- a man in his position, even though he may "political ac- But, you know "whom the gods destroy they first make mad." So far as I anvconcerned this disposes of the'inatter. Yours very truly. 'William R Rabbit. FIRE ESCAPE FOR HORSES job, steady, employmen Apply. phon Tabei Rock Springs Coal and Brick Co.. Ltd. 81b-6 Calgary, Alta. WILSON A- 5.KE1TH, Agenti, Sherlock BuHding.i LethhVidgc.u and, shoe shine at Alexandra Hotel Pool Room. 216-i: to assist will; sework. Apply to Mrs. A. j Maloney, Experimental Farm. 215-fi Allan1 Cameron, Gen'l Supl. of Lands, __ Datk of Natural Resources; To A" GRAZING LANDS I have JGaf in the beautiful St. .Mary's Valley, five miles from i'1 C. A beuutiiul contin- uous flowing stream of water runs through the center of the .tract. BOO acres can be easily irrigstGd-if desir- ed. Thousands of acres ofopen moun- tain range adjoins this land. There are two large log stables for 50 head of WANTED-pA girl foi7 light housework. Good Vages. Apply SIS lith Ave. S. class saleswoman for dry goods and ready-to-wear. FOR TOR. rig with doors at back. In Kood condition. Apply Vulot, opposite Herald offlcn, uttor 6 p.m. at 617 .mil St. S. sale of house furniture Including piano In Kwd con- dllion. Apply 035 lUlh St. B. 21 Mi FOR 20 h.p. Case stoani traction ongine. Would consider a 0-eytlnder car In part iinymenl. 15.- C. Keith, Hillcrest, Alhertu.______21-i-C TOR Apply Me- Beth, opposite Kipp, Alta. 813-fi about nlno years old. Gentle and sound. Good driver and saddle horiic. Ghoun for cash. Ap- ply 404' mh St. N.______________313-11 E'Oli SALE OR six room cottage on Sth Ave. S. near 13th. What have you got to trade? Apply Box 17. Herald. 214-0 FOR 7-roomed house, fully modern, gas. In good res- idential part of city, close to car line. Eight minutes walk from post office. Apply Box 26. Herald. 2H-2 FOR SALE .OR modern store building. Favorably located on corner fith Avenue and 13th St. N. Reasonable terms on sale or lease. Ap- ply :U5 5lh St. S. or phone 711. 215-t; FOR Winter" rye seed, sacked or in bulk Grown on summer-fallow laud. Write or phono C- S. Noble. Nobleford, bridge. or through Rural, FOR Snap, one chicken house 8 x 12, cost SSS.OO. one stable 14 22. hip roof, cost 5375.00. Both for 5175.00 cash. A. E Humphries, 120 llth St., South. 1S7-0 PROFESSIONAL r ARDS MEDICAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes graiKmte of Ih'o Pennsylvania, Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics Kloc- trlcal Vibratory and Theruiieutto Treatments, Electrolysis 1 Shtiiiipooins. 'i'roiituionts given appointment only, Room 1. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 4 Smith and June B. you nro sick and want to regain healtb. take spinal adjustments and get {well. Consul- tation tree. Office In residence, 303 7th Avo. S., opposite Model But. erv, hours 9.30 to.D: 7 tn S. Phone 1677. 145-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepclal rates glr- en on application.: 1224 1th Avonuo South. Phone 74S. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperlmngers and Painters; Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating tud Sign Writing.: Estimates given. The oldest established FaiuU 3 in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; ofdco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- Alta. FOR Roniington No 10 type- writer in 'use only two years, also No. 1 Royal typewriter, both in gou'l condition. .1. E. Turney Co. __ IM-O RAMS FOR of young Shropshire, Oxford and Suffolk rams. grades mid pure bloods. For sale by Simori Downie and Sons. Carstairs. Aim.-- 317-6 -EDUCATIONAL ing binder. Second hand but good as new. Paint si ill on gears and canvasses new. Offered at great reduction. Better act quick. Col- lection Agency International Harvest- er Company of Canada. Ltd. 21S-6 FOR Hart-Parr Gas Trac- tor, seven plows, breaker and stubble bottoms. Just overhauled throughout. Engine can be seen at Lethbridge Iron Works. Enquire Fanners' Lumber Co. for terms, phone 516. wo._________.___. BOU'l JGARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth St. South, Lethbridse. Fall Term opening September stli. Pres- ent hours: Day school, Sa.m.-l p.m. Night-school: Monday and Thurs- day, 7.3Q-9.SO P.m. Regular Hours on and after Sep- tember 3th: Days, a.m. and 3.30-4' Nights, Monday and Thursday, 7.30-9.30. Residence phone 1531 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Fir Girls and young Boys, Crnnbroolt, B. C. Pupils prepared lor examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- Ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to Miss Charington, Headmistress. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy a Shot Gun. Re- peater or double barrel. State make, time in use and price. Box 2S, Herald. 21S-2 second hand four seated rig. Apply at Arlington Hotel office. 21S-1 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY attention given to work from local firms. Will arrange on monthly bas- is. Board of Trade office. Gait Gar- dens. Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. WELDING buy Second hand fnnri- ture. Also gent s left off clothing. Nothing too large or too small. Post card will bring prompt attention. F. 711 12th St. A. N. 218-6 the Victoria Home for Indian Children, Brocket, Alta. Boys' matron, per month. Man assist- ant, 125.00 per month. Apply Rev: W. purchase second hand car in good running order. Ford nre Splendid position for capable woman! 'erred, either runabout or touring An Apply to Clarke Co." Lethbridge. 215-0 for sniall family. 6 miles north east of Leth- bridge. Apply Mrs. Wm. Ingram. Box 48. Lethbridge or phone R. 81 n. 214-1' lad about 17 to work on wagon in city. Apply Cos's Dairy, phone 1065, 1214 lith Ave. A. S. 215-6 -An orderly at Gait hcs- 212-0 slock, good log buildings formerly WANTED- used as logging camps. Suitable for! pital.___________________________ dwelling houses. There are hog pens.. stenographer with roothouses, blacksmith shop, wood- oad education. Permanent position, shed and several suuslantial out- S7 uorairl .'313-0 shed and several substantial buildings.. Gravity water supply I NOTICE TO have Th 'rels ataut' twornill'ion'teeroT'fine IInen harvest work 'Phone one end of this ,i' f if" balance logged off. About 30 acres Ployment Agents, Phone cleared and ready to plow. Price 17.50 j per acre. ?1.00 10 annual pay property from, Lethbridge by auto- mobiles. This'is a beauty spot. For i general assistant iu iaear. and proyis- furlher information apply (ion store. Must be used to horses and ply Box .30. Herald. WANTED To buy some second hand furniture or would "bry the entire con- tents ot a furnished home. Apply Dox 33, Herald. 214-6 Cream. Apply Edgehill Dairy.801 7th Street S. Phone 1524. have an auto ami would like an experienced auto driver to go in., with me and run va livery. Kindly let me know on what condi- tions you would like to go in with me- on. Apply Box 9. Herald. 214-G WANTED TO RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. About Sept. 1st. Apply P.O.-Box InO. LOO per acre cash, balance I for general house-1 Box 55 payments. Can reach the work. Apply 317 llith'at. S. 200-0 WANTED .fc WANTED TO ot eight or.nine rooms in first class condition, j Centrally located. 5 post office. tenants. 204-0 once man TO "PURCHASE Have a9 you anything for sale. I will pay cash Lund, phone, 516, P.O. Box 189, Leth. bridge, Alberta. Ad. V. A large packing concern in Californ- ia has installed an automatic means for opening the doors of its horse stable, .which allows the horses to es- cape at any time of the night if there is danger of fire. The device is operat- i ed in much the same manner as an automatic sprinkler. When the tem- perature in the stable rises to a cer- j tain point a weight is released which falls on a lever, that In turn releases all the doors simultaneously. At the same instant certain noises are made mechanically which frighten the j horses from their places. The reloas- j" ing lever is occasionally operated by 1 to give the horses a fire drill, j Each horse soon learns to trot from j its staJl.when the door opens and the i alarm sounds. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Frslahl Shiai PHONES: have knowledge of meat business. W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, Aiu Phone 2060 WANTEDThree painters. Applf Star Paint Co; Hull Block. 200-0. stenographer for law office. Applj R. A fcmitll Roj ai Bank Building 214 6 SITUATIONS WANTED for second-hand Koods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M Moscovich, 2nd Store. 716 3rd. Ave. S.. or phons 1457. 202-52 good boarding house, private home preferred, for school girl. Apply W. K. Maybee, co. N.-H. Mur ray, City. 216-6 LAND FOR SALE ai hoase by experienced- Canadian lad> or country near Lethbridge. EoxT 2, Herald. Applj 218-6 SIR WILFRID VISITS OLD HOME you smoked "Noblemen" Cigirt lately? Ottawa, Aug. 215. Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier, left today for his -old home at Ar- thabaskavllle. Quebec, where he will spend a few days, returning to the capital on Thursday next. Sir Wil- frid is in good health but for some time he will Ire in the hands of his dentist. j DO you en? The Grace Coal Mine is adw prepared to take, of- all PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS expe( enced separatoV repair man A I i Room Ifi, sSouthanl block Position js i Iiousekeeper. Expc lenced and-' excel i ient'cook. Appb C and 8 in I evenings or by letter to 1418 2nd -Ave. i South......_______________ aljjO j by young man as j office manager. Prpferrably with grain firm, or coal company Eight years ex 1 pcrience in chartered bank Apply F j Tuber j fare man.'eipcrienced in small lignite [.mines and pitching nzams can as miner also. Address Stephen Dix on, Macleod, Alta. 213-6 separ- ator by experienced ra'an Run several seasons in Albcru Address Box' H Herald. FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE S. BROWX MAJESTIC THEATRE ''CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT- ING AT THE The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all 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 partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th .-Phono. 1333. (Mist) A, M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, BeilV Coek, Qraa. Nunej __ ___ 214 li NOTICE. TO I am repairing and overhauling engines arid separators. 18 years experience and guarantee my work.' My prices are reasonable. Apply Ed. Anderson, Stirling. JU-6 Situation by good, clean, economical cook, either on large threshing outfit or camp. Any number of men. Apply Pox Cardslon. 214-6 siuTation by man'and wife on threshing outfit. Jinn to run sep- arator and wifrr to cook on car. Fifteen years experience running separator and wife a good cook; Would take a contract ntooklng. Wife to cook (of men until rlirRshins- i starts Pleasp statics saees, Herald Uoit No 15 218-6 P iR" LANDS FOR SALF East half of section 11 10-22, West of the 4th M. Across roaj allowance from ChiDOok Collieries. Price ?3S.OI) per acre. Will allow purchaser commission. For terms apply lo W. C. Simmons, S101 lull W.. Calgary. 217-12 fivv SA E Well improved j _ .ir small tracts, to ret ere. small cash payment, long terms. B. Co., 10 Macdon- aJil block, Lethbridge. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Tho 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 10 welded. W. N. Kutli, 321 6th Street South'; next to 40-.Q. and Forgings welded and reinforced: We .conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison JIllls. K Bossert, Box 369. -.'.196-0 PARM PRODUCE BALED HAY AND ot 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. Excellent basement for .perishable goods Fi'O.'Hyo'e Co, Phone 1244. P. O. Box. 113. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for shoe, -repairs.. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avenue PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London; England. Reference to the leading musicians of- the city. Phone 1168, 33 Gth Ave. A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; 'guaranteed to turn out every.piece of work at Its best Only ilie mpst methods applied without injury to garments. Our .work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1813 824 Siith'Street South. GUNSMITHS A" section, partly pro ed, 5 miles west of this city, oniy 316 per acre, on good terms. Address BoxJS, _ ___ 0 OR TiiADF 10 aero ir- rigated tract near city. All broken and in crop. House on property. A snap if taken at once. Box '3, Herald. What offers? .Apply 218-C BUY DISTRICT, British in fruits and vegetables, with cows, pigs, poultry' and bees will pay you steady substantial profits. Delightful warm climate, rich soil, good schools, daily trains, daily mails, close to markets. Orchard, garden poultry scenery, hunting, fishing, boating, thrifty plea- sant neighbors. Our choice lands cash and monthly without inter- est. Write quick for free Informa- tion. West Kootenay Kruit Company, Dept, Nelson, Columbia. Lands British "A" RUBBER STAMPS Haile In I.elhbrldgo by Herald Job Department. Phoiu 1852. GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- gun .work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald, Inillan Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 Otli St. a. 102-0 DR. W. S. GALBRAITH physician Surgeou, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Office 1114 Third Avenue, Phono 1253. Dlir. TAYLOR Bar, Eye, Nose anil Tlira-jt; lit. Sherlock Bldg. Olflco hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341. sldcnco 593. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMIR- 109 Sherlock Block. Office 819; Resl'lp--- -619. i Office hours: 11 to 12 7 to 8 p.m. R.'.B. :C. THOMSON, B.A., .Blclali, Surgeon, Acconcher. 1324 4th Avenue Norlh. Houri 1 to 1 to 8. Phone 476. DENTAL DR. M. J, graduate of Royal Collego of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Hooml C and ft Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University ot Maryland. Rooms t. and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1166, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARKS an.) Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to B. Office, Hlg- Inhotham Block. Phono 374. OR. E. G. mem- oer of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higiubotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director .and Embalrner; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Works ot Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone EG1. Re- sidence" 284 7th Avo. S., Phone 1176, Open day and ulght. S. Y. t Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1R02. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision ol H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of ihe Royal Academy and Royal College or Mu- sic, London, Eng. Tali. yeari 100 per cent, were siicoeEsKU Studio :623 Sth street south. MRS. ot Piano, Harmony und Theory. 'Over ten years' teaching i Studio, fully equipped ...Kith black- mndu- etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Reropens on Tuesday, September" Sth 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.. 206-20 H. McG. YOUNG, Mut; voice, piano' and Ttheory, iBostoni? Technique-clavier and tables user: far hand culture in .primary am junior grades.. Students ..advanced for music exams ,if desired. A' lim itoil amount of teaching done at pupil's residence. Studio room 1, Al- berta Loan Investment Building Sth St. S... first doorjabuth of Or- pbeum'Theatre on and jitter Sept 1st. Residence Y.M.C.A." 216-0 AUCTIONEER, W L. WILSON. Provincial City Licensed Auctioneer, .Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and implements, It will be to your la tercst to consult me as to terms, etc Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds cor, ducted in town or Province. Best results guaranteed. Established in Lethbridse 1907.. Office .414 Fourth Avenue S. -'18-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY- TO improved farm or .city property. W. A. Lev- itt, phone 517, Suite 8, Stafford block, 2tT-0 lELECTRICAL (SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF tLEC TUICAL. WORK W.t. -McKenzic Co PHONE 637 718 3rH Av. S. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDO-, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD Residenc 366. Accountant's residence Inspectors at Lothbrldse, Raymond and Magrath. All hay ptld for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself tor not telling your hay to us. Why not Money to Loaii W. f. NELSON A CO., Alberta Loan Block. Lettibndgc, Alberti THE WANT All. PACE GOBS TO ADS. KOH THIS PAOfc MUST ttBACH TUB OKFICE BY ONE O'OLOCW TO IN- SURE 1NSKIITION ON THE SAME DAY .A3 DELIVERED. HENDERSON, REID AND PATER3QN. Chartered Accou'iitantl, Acadia Sulldinj, 3rd Avt, Lethbridge. Winnipeg and Medlclni Hat. Everything In Accountancy. Au- dits, Investisations. Books liopt. or wrlltcn-UD lor B'irms and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber. Manufacturing. Wholesale and Uotall Accounting. Rcsidont Partner, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;