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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE I.ETHBRID.GE HAILY HERALD 91 fVRPHEUM "The Empire Girls" W Starting Tuts., Aug. I W H A Musical Company of Fifteen People. Featuring tho noted comedian 29, for a lengthy _. Som. show. PRICES ONLY tic. PATHE ENGLISH GAZETTE MARIE DORO Star of "The White Pearl" and "Diplomacy" in her greatest play "THE HEART OF XOKAIIFLYXX" A Splendid Feature. ____ Jesse L. Lasky Presents the Eve Popular Dramatic Star lilaiu'hf Sweet in "THE SOWERS" TONIGHT Hamilton Revel le in ''The Price of Malice A Metro Wonderplay in Five Acts. Extra Special TONIGHT ONLY P IANTAGEi UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE8 4 Standard Ads 4 Direct From New Ysrk Long Tack Sam Co. CHINESE WONDERS Long Tack Sam is a star per- forms'" in every fine and he ranks high 25 3 .comedian; his impersonation of an English Johnny is a scream, one marvels at the perfect dialects that he has at his command. A SHOW WITHIN A SHOW Special Oriental Scenery Eva Shirley Grand Opera Prima Donna Songs of the Moment Keno Green All Life and Action Some Cakewatking and Dancing The best all round act of its kind ever seen here. PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA AND OTHER FEATURES This is positively the most won'derful show yet seen on the Pantages Circuit These clever Chinamen, 10 -Jn number, have an'act that wonderful. See them tonight- Pictures 7.15. Vaudeville Prices 50c PHONE 1722 MATINEE AND NIGHT DAY Next Mon.. Sept. 4tli The United .Producing Co. pre- sent an elaborate scenic revival of the Farce Comedy Succes of Six Continents Laughs and Not One Tear. The Greatest Laughing Show on Earth Prices> Night: 51.00, 75c, 50c, 25c Matinee: Adults Children 25 Seats .Rcadv Thursday Hedtey's.- put of-town-patrons write or pttoneyHedley Drug Co. for res- ervations. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. P. H., Freight ShaOfc PHONES: Office............ Stable! 1064 New shoes, on t feet? Sow often, footsore, have we gone A-Iirnping the street? HOTV oft, on. coming home at nisht. Worn out. a prov to blues. We sink, exhausted, in a chair- "Quick: bring ma my old We slip them blest relirfl Who could the toast refuse? There is no comlort In the world. Like that old pair of shoes. What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic It is vrith great pleasure that, we learn of the intention of Leo, Jan and Jliscfael Cfaerniavsky to pay this city a in September, prior to the com- mencement of their United States lour. Their last visitTiere -was hailed by all those who heard them as an historic event in the world of music; aud it is unnecessary to say that the Majes- tic will not be large enough to hold the great number of people who will want to hear them on their return. The Cherniavskys will appear at the Ma- jestic 011' Saturday, Sept. 9th. In "Charley's which will be presented here at the Majestic Theatre on Labor Day. .next ATnnriay. Sent. 4 for both matinee and night, is found a farce that contains all the desirable attributes- It has atood the test of time, and is still considered the best of. all comedies. In offering it the United Producing Company have se- lected the cast very carefully, picking each characterer as a type particular- ly adapted to the part to be played. Seats go on sale at Hedley's on Thurs- day. MAJESTIC .PHONE 1722 NIGHT ONLY SEPTEMBER 9th -Welcome return engagement of the world "famous artists LEO JAN MISCHEL Violinist .pianist 'Cellist IN A "GRAND CONCERT Mall Orders Now Receivable Prices: 31.00 -75c .50c iricks and operations. Long Tack Sam himself is a skilful magician, juggler and acrobat, and there are in his com- pany a .proficient pianist, at least one vocalist American ragtime in fair approximation of the American stage favorites, two llanehiis who do that repulsive but breath-taking stunt of suspension, literally by the hair of their heads; and one entertaining old chap whose particular specialty is lo- comotion on a single stilt, and skilful juggling of various implements. On the same program as Long Tack Sam are also other features of inter- est: Keno and Green offer a melange of. everything, in the varieties, it is called, "All Life and which describes the act very well. Eva Shirley is a pleasing little miss j who has a neat appearance and wins I favor with the audience the instant ;she appears before the footlights; she i renders four well selected songs that i please immensely. Comedy motion pictures and orches- tra! selections conclude a most inter- esting program. Bridget's Beatitudes. Blessed are the green vegetables which are kept in a cool, dry place. A liberal use of fresh lime keeps out the dampness. Blessed are the wax papers found In the cracker and cake hoses. They serve many purposes; to wrap sand- wiches In for picnics, and to rub over j the iron in place of beeswax. Blessed is the'blueing put in the wa- ter In which the clothes are boiled. It is as important and helpful as the blue in the rinsing. Blessed is the kitchenjtable which Is provided with a "flap" at one aide (or which'can be let down when extra space is not needed. At 8tarl8iul "The Heart of Xorah Flynn.1' with Marie Doro in the -leading sup- ported by Bill Jacobs, the five-year-old Lasky star, will be the feature at Star- land tonight and tomorrow. This is At the Empress The next release on the Metro pro- gram is "The Price of Malice." a five- act feature produced by the Rolfe per-iaps the Photoplays Inc., in which Hamilton Re- in since her advent velle' tne eminent actor, is starred and Doro has appeared .....______ ......___. as a film star. Id'this splendid drama Barbara Tennant is featured. Others Miss Dora plays the part of a nurse jIn the raat include William Davidson, maid who saves the reputation of her.Frank Geldou, Helen Dunb.ar, William mistress at the expense of her own I Calhoun, Hugh Jeffrey, and William life. The play abounds with tense sit- HecK. This picture opens at ihe Em- uations and thrilling drama. press, tonight. It is the story of the British secret service and is intensely exciting. At the Orpheum Long Tack Sam, a versatile China- j man, and a company of Chinese et-ter- tainers, provide an act at the Orpheum tonight, which Is the most interesting vaudeville performance given here in many a day. i The Calgary Albertan critic says of j the show in part as follows. j Long Tack Sam is e character. He seems to be young, lie fa handsome, he is full of enthusiasm and energy and and he is indefatigable in his to fascinate the public. .He is constantly in the center1" of the stage, and he is the cynosure of all ejes in tomprtition a company each member of which ts a first elass artist. The act 'includes a miscellany of 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 of charge Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partlc: iilnrs apply" to the Nursing Mis sion 41 14th St 3 Phone A M Tllley, Supervisor (Miss) M. Nurse. (Miss) Bessie Cook, Grad. Nurse Notice to Claimants ;iiid Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Frank William Cline, late of Great Falls, in the State of Montana. One of the United States of America, Musician, Deceased. XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ail persons having claims upon the estate of the above named Frank Wil- liam Cline who died on the 2Gth day of June, A.D. 1916, are required to file with the Trusts and Guarantee Comp- any Limited, Calgary, by the ItJth day of October, A.D. 1916, a full statement duly verified of their claims and of any security held by them, and after that date the administrator-will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled th having regard only to the clain which notices'has-been.so-filed or of which have been brought to their knowledge, Dated this 2Sth day of August, A.D. 1916. "H. Ostlund. Lethbridge, Alberts. Solicitor lor the Administrator. Approved for three insertions in the Lethbridge Daily Herald. (Signed) J.-A. Jackson, N. J. D. C. FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC, L. S. BROWN K MAJESTIC THEATRE V 'CITY PHONE 1722; -it', or mull and wife to work on farm. Good wages. Apply Box_27iJJenild.__ .-'IS-f. engineers holdln, second class eertltlcntes to run elec- tric light plant. Apply KniRht Sugar Co.. Limited, Raymond. Aim. .218-6 t'DR FOR finish wicker baby buggy in good condition. Apply llbx 4IJ. Herald. 218-1) FOR Covered rig with doors al back. In'good condition. Apply Valet, oaiioalto Herald office, aftor 6 p.m. tit 817 12th St. S. 214'! stenographer. is willing to learn tho grain game and slay with it, Apply Uox 46. Herald., Man to assist on1 books. Must be accurate.uml quick at figures and good penman. State experience and salr.rv expected. Box 21, Herald. 218-C boy. fifteen or six- teen years. Neat appearance and with ambition and worlli 5SO.OO per mouth. To commence at oner. Reply in own handwriting. Box. M. Herald. S16-6 OLD SHOES. r E S1XG Ihe prrJses cf old books. Of old friends, iried and true. And lo. the mellow, ri- pened wine. We tender homage "Old books, olll wine, old yet. Another theme I choose, I drink a toast, friends, rtll a cup. To one slices! Ah. is there any tortun monographer. Salary per month. Answer stat- ing experience. Box IS. Herald.- 216-G offleo boy. Collec- tion Agency, international Harvester Co. of Canada. Ltd. 216-6 Class Stationery I Engineer and mine blacksmith ter's job, steady employment. Apply office or phone. I2fi Taber. Hock i Springs Coal :md Brick Co.. Ltd. 2UI-C and shoe shine at Alexandra Hotel Pool Room. 21G-i; You ug girl to assist with light housework. Apply to Mrs. A. N. Maloney. Experimental Farm., 216-rt First eiais saleSworuHri for dry goods and ready-to-wear. S pie iid hi position for capable woman. Apply to Clarke Co. Lethbridge. 215-0 __ HousekeeinJF" for small family. 6 miles north east of Leth- bridge. Apply Mrs'. Wm. Ingram, Box 4S, Lethbridge or phone H. SI 5. A ladlibout 17 to work on wagon Iii city. Apply Cox's Dairy, phone lOii.S, 1214 Gth Ave. A. S. 215-fi W A N T E Tl a ie steiiograplier with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, Herald. _ 2.13--0 NOTICE TO FARM "E R W e have men on hand for harvest work Phone. your orders to J. '.Harris Co.; Em- ploymeiit Phone 1412. Leth- bridge. 209-0 i Jmely Tips. For the kitchen wood use soap. This sems to add to the necessities for washing. Bran water is excellent to; apply to the paint Prepare it in .the' proportion of a pound of bran. to. a gallon of .water. A pint of granulated sugar js egua! to one pound a quar of silted flout makes a pounJ a pint ter a pound, and a cup'of butter or suga half a pound. A pint meat i equal ic one pound and a cupful of bread crumbs, two ounces: For green coloring for cakes can dies, of the- pistachic nut is excellent aad ttm be found extract of spinach is almost as good, though it lacks the flavor. once young man as general assistant in meat and provis- ion store. Must he used to horses and have knowledge of meat business. W M. Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. Phone 2CS-0 WANTEDThree painters. AppU Paint, Co.. Hull-Block. Star iOO-0 5 A N PE per i ence il stenographer I'or'law ofnco. Apply-'R. A. Smith, Ro1 al-Bpnfc Builfling. M housekeeper by experienced. Town or country near .-Lethhridge. Apply Box 2 Herald 'IS fi .Position as housekeeper. Experienced and lent cook. Apply-between' 6 'and S in evenings or to 1418 2nd Ave. South v by; young man as office manager, Pret'errably with grain firm or coal years ex- perience in chartered1 -bink.! Apply F. Watkins, Taber, 215-6 FOR llolntznmu Piano. tlcully new. Cheap for cnsli. Apply Mrs. J.H. Wallace, 632 8th Street South. 219-B .POK Private c! house furniture including piano in good con- Apply __ __ ase stoum t ruction engine. Would consider 11 car in part payment. 10, C. Kjalth. Hlllcrest.- Alberta.. __ 214-0 Tlymoutii N. FOR 550 foot twine. Price 12 Vic. Apply B. S. HuwBOii, Sec. U. P. A., Conlttalo. phone R 704 ___ FOR Mare about nine years old. Ciontlo and sound. Good driver and saddle horse.- Cheap for cnsli. Ap- ply 404 13th St. N. 2W-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes 'araduato of tlie Pennsylvania Orlh- onuedlc Institute, Medical Massage :uirt Gyrotmstlcs trlcal Vibratory anil Thompeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis- nnil Shampooing.. Troolments given by atrpolritmfint..bnly. HbuQl 1. Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH d Smith and Juno B. you aro sick and want to fos'ain health, take spiual adjustments and set well.. Consul- tation free. Office in residence, S03 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bak' ery, hours 9.SO to 0; T to 3. Phone 1077. 115-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS FOH SALE OH six room cottage on Sth Avo. S. near 13th. What j have you got to trade? Apply Box 17, j Herald. bargain price" for cash. One 27-42 Aul'tman-Taylor sep- arator. Ail belts, etc. in good shape. N.B Sec. 19-7-10. Orvfll Uodus, May- butt P. O.___________ 219-6 FOH SALlJfOH car Toad er. Suitable for use at a rait way sid- ing. If wanted to rent state approx- imate number of cars or acreage. Box 5, Herald. '-MU-1 FOR SALE Oil modern store building. Favorably located on corner (jth Avenue and IStli St. N. Reasonable terms on sale or lease. Ap- ply 5th 3t. S. or phone 711.___21aj> FOR slicked hi bulk Grown on suuimL-r-fallow land. Write or phone C. S. Noble. Xpbleford, or through Rural, Leth- bridge. L'OC-0 FOR one clucKen house 8 x 12, oust ?S5.QO. one stable 14 22. hip roof, cost Both for 5175.00 cash. A. E Humphries. KO llth St., South 1S7-0 1 Royal typewriter, both in condition. .1. B. Turney ft Co. FOR No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No, good IftZ-O RAMS FOR head of young Shropshire, Oxford and Suffolk rams, grades and pure bloods. For sale by Simon Downia aud Sons, Carsiairs, Aija. __v_._ FOR hand but good as new. Paint still on gears and canvasses new. Offered at great reduction. Better act quick. Col- ectiou Agency International Harvest- er Company of Canada, Ltd. 21S-6 FOH h.p. Steam Humely Plow Engine, SfixtiO Avery Separator, complete '.with ;Rush self feeder. Car- )enter-..extension carrier. Wind stark- er wugher tank cpok cii al- most as good as new.; Separator al- under 41so of P i? O. R battd'm engine gang plows; both stub- ble and. breaking bottoms. Price com- plete ?3toOO Arthur T Gehm Com- Galgarj 219-3 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy. a "Shot Gun. Re- peater or double barrel. State make, :inie m use and price Box >o Herald. 213-2 I PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Privato Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepclnl rotes en on Application. 7th Avenuo South. Phone 7-ie: DECORATING WELLINGTON Dccorat- ors, Paperhangera and Painters; Kal.iominlng, Gennral Decorating aud Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Paiuiers in Lethbrldge. Kts. Phone 1472; office phone 17S2, Sherlock Uldg., Leth- bridge, alia. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Stll St. South. Ldthbrldge. Fall Term opening September iith. Pres- ent hours: Day school. Su.m.-l p.m. Night school: .Monday ami Thurs- day, 7.30-IUO p.m. Regular Hours on and after Sep- tember Sth: Days, a.m. and LoO-4 p.m. Nights, Monday and Thursday, 7.30-9.30. Residence phone 1531 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Fir Girls and young Boys. :Cranbrook, B. C. prepared for examin- ations. French taught by Parisicnne, Excellent JIus'.c, Dancing and Draw- ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand. Typewriting and Bookkeeping. Com- fortable home. Write for prospectus to .Uiaa Charineton, Headmistress. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY Special attention given to work from local firms. Wili arrange on monthly bas- is. Board of Trade office. Gait. Gar- dens. Hours S.30 a.m. to fi p.m. 21C-0 WELDING OXV-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal wo can weld it. The piece will be strongest where it jo welded. W. N. Kuth. 321 6th Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 and welded and reinforced. We. conduct a general Oxy-AcetylenVGas Wold- ing shop. 12liti 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 FARM PRODUCE BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire separ- ator by experienced Run several seasons in Alberta. Address Box 34, Herald. :-S 214-fi NOTICE TO am repairing .and overhauling engines and separators. IS yeirt experience and guarantee my w'qrk. -My prices are reasonable. Apply'Ed. 'Anderson, Stirling. -214-6 by, clean, economical cook, either on .large threshing outfit or camp. Any number of men.1 Apply Bos WANTEDpSituation by man anil wife on threshing outfit. Man to run sep- arator and 'wife to cook on car. F1fteen; years Experience running and wife a good cook. Would tahe-'V- contract stooking. Wife to cook for men until threshing starts. Please answer stating wages. Box No. 15. Herald. 21S-6 buy Second hand iiinri- ture. -Also gent s left off clothing. Xotfcih'g too large or too small. Post card will .bring, prompt attention. F. A. Rogers, 71112th St. A. N. 21S-6 the for Indian Children, .Brocket, Alta. Boys' matron, per month.. Man assist- per month. Apply Rev. W. j R. Haynes. _______ 217-6 j______ buy some second hand" SHOE 1717 tor for quotations when buying or soil- ing. We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent .basement for perishable F O Hyde" Co. Phone P. 0. Box 112. SHOE REPAIRING goods 1244. furniture or would 'm'y the entire con- tents of a furnished hume. Apply Uox 33, Herald. 214-C Apply Edgehill Dairy.SOl 7th Street S. Phone 1524. 214-6 have an autu and would like an experienced auto driver to go in with me and run a livery. Kindly let me know on what condi- tions you would like to go in with me on. Apply Box 9, Herald. 214-6 TO KENT TO No children. Apply 211 oth Ave. S. 213-2 FOR modern eighF .roomed house, 613 5tli St. S. Apply c. W. Gray, 310 oth St. S. 219-6 LOST AND FOUND brindle English bulldog, female Saturday afternoon. Reward. J. H. Tailing, phone 572. 1703 7th Avenue B. 219-1 whlte'Fox terrier pup. Four months old. Black head, narrow white stripe down forehead, black spot on tail. Finder notify Crystal Dairy and receive reward. 219.-0 VOU CAN GET GOOD PRAT- ING AT THE .tnut Gelding. White-hal- ter on. Branded quarter circle over S B on 'eft hip. Reward for return to Anthony Selesky, south of Henderson horses got away from my ranch at Raymond on the 13th of this month. One .buckskin saddle horse branded half circle ov'or Z on left thigh. One two year old bay mare and one yearling bay -mar6 branded three parallel bars on right thigh and one yearling bay mare branded R E on left thigh. A suitable reward will be paid for any Informa- tion leading to thu recovery of the same. Charles McCarty, Raymond. 218-6 NOTICE iVuuiil the lad who found my. toe axe on tlje road at .pumping station and, took IJ. Jiome. to ..North please Return if. withoul delay. Bro- (He. 214-6 tRYAHERALDfANTAD, THEY BRING RESULTS CANTED TO of eight or'nine rooms in first class condition. ".Centrally located. CarcEnl .tenants. 'Reply post otflce. SlM-O WANTED- -PURCKASB Have you anything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, coiiDcr, bras'a, tead, old rubbers. auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. -Moscovich, 2nd Hund Stcro, TIB 3rd, Avo. S., or nhone 1457. 2C2-52 your shoe 'repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called lor and delivered. Frank Miles. 611 4th Avenue South..; PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNE3 Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 vears' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians 'of Use city. Phone 1168, 1253 6th AvA A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALETr-Syeclailsts in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its beat Only tho most scientific methods applied wlihout injury to garments. Our work-is-sure to pleuoa you. Collect and deliver. I'hone 1812 ?2'l Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS good fcoariiiuE house, pri'fato home preferred. Vor school girl. Apjply N. Maybef, co. N. H. Mur- i GUNSMITHS ray, 216-U LAND FOR SALE FARM LANDrF of section 11-10-22, West of the 4th M. Across road allowance from Chinook Collieries. Price 535.00 per acre. Will allow purchaser commission. For terms apply to W. C. Simmons, 2101 10th Street W., Calgary. 217-12 MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. pfflco 814 Third Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Bye, Noeo anil Throat; 116 Sherlock IJIdg. hours evenings by ap- poln'tmoilt. I'uouei: 693. DBS. CONNOR, MchtALLY A JAMIE- 109 Sherlock Block. TelophoiMs: Offlco 319; 619. Offlco hours: 11 la 12 a. m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician. Surgeon. Accoucher, 1324 4th Avenue Northt Hours 1 to 1 to 8. I'honB.476. 00-H> DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of lloyal College of Dental Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: E and 6. Bryan Bloclr. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice K uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and a, Macdonaid Block. PUona 1105. LWhbrldge. Alta. DRS. MARRf. and Successors to Era. Stewart nnd Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hll- inbotham Block. Phouo 374. DR. E. G. mem- her c! Royal College of Surgeons. Licentiate Cc'leso Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: HiglubMImm Block. Phone 161G. UNDERTAKING LAND TOR SALE Well improved farms, largo or small tracts, to 135 per acre, small cash payment, long terms. N. B. Peat ft Co., 10 .Macdon- aid block, Lethbridge. A section, partly im- proved, 5 miles west of this city, only per acre, on good teruis. Address Box rigated tract near city. All ilrpken and in crop. House on property. A snap if taken at once. What offers? Apply Box 3, Herald. 218-6 DO M BORN COfll? The Grace COM I Mine It now prepared to take cam all orders. -PHONEi 1250 The quality a the best. ton A t inii'ie H.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS barrels straightened, guns restock ed, gun work done hy a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery lawn mowers sharpened. D. K. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phouo 1032, 407 5lh St. a. 102-0 T. S. Fstterly Leading Funeral Director and Emhalnier; also agent for the Somerville Marble Oran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 5011 'R6- sidence 284 7th Avo. S., Phono 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. 4 ?unerat Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision oi 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 successfc'.. 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 modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. THE LETHBRIDQE 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 H. McG. YOUNG, Mui. Bac., A.D.C.O.. voice, piano and theory, Normal courr.es, Boston, Mass., Technique-clavier and 'tables used for- hand culture In primary arid j.mior grades. Students advanced for music exams if lim- ited amount of teaching -done at pupil's residence. Studio room 1, Al- berta Loan Investment Building, 5th St. S., first door south of Or- pheum Theatre on and-r-ftsr Sept. 1st. Residence Y.M.O.A. J16-0 AUCTIONEER W L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and Implements, it will ue to your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds con- ducted in town or Province. Best' results guaranteed. Established in Lethbridge 1907. Office 414 Fourth 'Avenue S. 218-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO Improved farm or city property. W. A. Lev- itt, phone S17, Suite S, Stafford block. 217-0 FARM PRODUCTS, UMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ.. OFFICE PHONE W. J. LLOYD Residence 365. Accountant's residence 1753.' Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldale. Raymond and Magrath.-All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not Belling..your hay to us. "Why not now? AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK VV.L. McKenztc Co PHONE 637 718 3rd S. Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block; Lethbridge, Alberta THE WANT AD. PAOB, 'GOES TO I PRESS EARLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAOB .MUST REACH -THE HEUALD Olfl'ICE HV ONE O'CLOCW TO JN. SUM 1NSKRTION ON TUB SAME DAY AK 0EIL1VEUED. HENDERSON, REID AfJD PATER8ON. Chartered Accounting. Acadia Building, 3rd Ave, Winnipeg