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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1910 TWO PATHE ENGLISH GAZETTE "LONESOME LAST TIMES TONIGHT Jtlle L. Lllky PreienU Beautiful MARIE DORO In 'The Heart of Xarah FJynn' A Splendid 5-Reel Paramount Feature. 'SPECIAL PR'OGRAM-WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The Mana9.ni.nt ha. b..n fortuhiU tovobtaln Great Pa.ne Colored Comedy'Orb ma. "A MATRIMONIAL MARTYR" TM. i. th. Hamilton Revelle in "'The Price of Malice' A Metro Wonderplay in Five Acts. IP.PHEUM-EMPIRE GIRLS PEOPLE MOSTLY GIRLS 12 ALSO ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURE PROGRAM 2 PERFORMANCES, 5.50 and 9.45. PUZZLE PRICES 25c TO ALL. 7 1 3 i 1 5 I 9 ANSWER TO BE PUBLISHED OH PICTURE SCREEN SATUR- DAY NIGHT. The following prirsa will be given first three who can make ths numbtr 21 by addlna 'six figures taken from above columns. FIRST PRIZE: 10 TICKETS. SECOND PRIZE: 6 TICKETS. THIRD PRIZE: 3 TICKETS. LEAVE ANSWER AT BOX OFFICE WITH NAME AND ADDRESS AND HOUR DELIV- ERED. At the Orpheuui The Empire Girls. 12 people, ptetty girls, tunny roniedians and a bevy of pretty costumes, novelty and dainty dances direct from n tour of the pacific coast. .The opening bill will be "Mike and Ike at the and if you want sixty laughs a minute don't miss this high class production. Miss Gertie Bell, the coon shouter. wll> bo there with balls on and Ed. Qavln the little fellow with the big laugh, will wake your sldp ache. At the Majestic "Charley s Aunt." the piay Hiat has i written and talked Ehoiut more WAN1 ADS ru.x flu'lsF wicker bttbv buggy in Bood condition. Apply Dux 46, Herald.__________.319-" SITUATIONS VACANT messenger boy. Ap- ply Herald office._____ (or delivering parcels. Apply at once Manager Simpson Co., Lid.'____ young man to learn the lumber business. Wage. 560-00 Per been written ana uiiKeu emm" ...u.-' niuuiu limn any othsr n.oducmml Apply P. 0. Box 189, ever launched in the amusement field. will be presented at the Majestic The- .......__ atre for both matinee and night shown, I w -E stuart, Coahlale. on Li month to start. Good ixy. ____ _ji2Q-l 'our somTcarpentcrs. Ap- FOR Holutiinan Piano. Prac- tically new. Clump for cash. Apply Mrs. J.H. Wallace, 632 Sth-Street South._____________________ 319'li FOR Ibs. ot Plymouth N. BOO foot twine. Pi-ice ISMjC. Apply B. S. Pawson, Sec.- U. F. A., Coaldule, phone It 704_________ "M FOR 'about nlno. years Oontlo aad sound. Uood driver and saddle horse. Cheap for ci'.ah. Ap- ply 404 15th St. N.___________213-0 price tor cash. One 27-42 Aultmau-Taylor sep- arator. All belts, etc. in good shape. N.E. Sec. 19-7-19. Orval Dotlds. May- butt P. O. for DOUl muuiicc uiiu -i piy tt. oiuari, i- jibor Day. next Monday, Sept 4th. lie residents of this city will learn., a at once for the Independent School District, 3101, near i .Majestic in one concert on Saturday, j Sept. 9th. THE LAND TITLES ACT I 220-3 or man and wife HP i to work on farm. Uood wages. Apply i Box 27. Herald: FAKM PROPERTY Pursuant to the directions of the Resistrar and by virtue ft the Powers W engineers holding second class certificates to run elec- tric light plant. Ayiily Knight Sugar Co.. Limited. Raymond. Alta. WANTED-A morge wm be produced at the time of the is willing to learn the grain game and Tale theK will be oftsred for sale by j stay with it. Apply Bex 46, Herald j public auction at the Arnold Hotel, i I in the village ur Barons. In the Prov- ince of Alberta, on Tuesaay.aie1.-th DAY OF 19 '16 at he to assist on hooks. Must be accurate and quick at figures FOK SALE OR modern store building. Favorably located on j corner 6th Avenue and 13th St. N. Reasonable terms on sale or lease. Ap- 216-fi FOR sucked or in bulk Grown on summer-fallow land. Write or phone C. S. Noble. Nobleford, or through Rural, Leth- bridge._____________________ FOK one house 8 I 12, cost JS6.00. ore stable 1 i r 22. liip roof, cos; Both tor 5176.00 cash. A. E Humphries, UO llth St.. South___________________ 1S7-0 FOR No 10 type- writer In use only two years, No. 1: Royal typewriter, both in good condition. .1. B. Turney Co._ '.92-0 RAMS FO'R head ot young Shropshire. Oxford and Suffolk rams., grades and pure bloods. For sale by Simon Downie and Sons, Carstairs. j I FOR bfnder. Second hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following orouerty, namely: The North East Quarter ot Section laud good penman, state experience and salary expected. Box 21. Herald. The Xorth East yuansr 01 13 TownshiD 12, Range 21, Weft of WAN-TED-Office boy. fifteen or six- Merldiin. excepting theteout years. Neat appeamnco and with i all mines and minerals. j ambition and worth per month. Terms of Sale to be 15' pnr cent., To commence at once, lies y "own cash at the time of the sale and ilia handwriting. Box. 1C. Herald: 21f.-6 balance in 60 days, or, S750.00 at 8 stenographer, per cent, may remain on mortgage re-, g 575.00 per mouth. Answer stat- 850.00 nearly and the balance nnv is Herald. 216-6 PHONE 1722 MATINEE AND.NIGHT LABOR DAY Next Mon., Sept. 1th The United Producing Co. pre-" sent an elaborate scenic revival of the Farce Comedy Sauces of Six Continents Laughs and Not One Tear. Tne'Greateit Laughing Show on Earth Prices, Night: 75c, 5pc, 25c Matinee: 50c, Children 25 Seats Ready Thursday at Out-Cf town patrons write or phone Hedley Drug res- erfatloDS. PHONE 1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th Welcome' return engagement of the world famous artists LEO JAN M1SCHEL CIplAVSKY .Violifii'it Pianist 'Cellist IN A GRAND CONCERT Mail 'Orders Now Receivable Prices: .75c .50c payable .yearly 10 years. ing experience. Box IS. Herald. hM nnrt free from all encumbrances, i 00. or lanaua, save seed grain Tiens whether regis-1 Class Sjatlonery tered or not and taxes for the current Engineer mine blacksmith Win- tered or HIM. au r Aiy year. The Vendor is informed that the above property is situated about It i miles from the town and station of office or phone. employment. Apply Taber. Hook Springs Coal and Brick Co., Ltd. 21B-B and shoe shine at Alexandra Hotel Pool Room. 210-t: Baroa3 where-there ts' an elevator and two and a three miles fro u i the soil is a chocolate loam with clay M Experimehtal Farm. 215-1 I mere is au Alexandra Hotel fooi noum. half miles from school. WANTED_Young 'girrio' assist with mi post orf-.ee, and that! nou3ework. Abplv -_., Mrs. A. N. locoiate loam with clay i F'arm. 215-H but some which could be easily I removed. The 'land is fenced -on the with two wires and on' the west with three wires. For further particulars and condit- ions of sale apply to Messrs. Emery, i Newell. Fort, Bolton -Mount, Ven- dor's Solicitors. Dated at Edmonton, in the Province of Alberta, this 2nd day of 1916. Approved A. T. Klnnaird, Deputy Registrar. Ad. T. I Splendid position for. "capable woman. Apply to Clarke Co. Lethbridge. lad about 17 to work on wagon in city. Apply Cox's Dairy, phone 1065, 1214 tith Are. A. S. 215-6 At the Empress "Tlie Price pf Malice." the big five- liart Metro wqnderplay, in which Ham- ilton noted thamatic star, appears 4n.the stellar role, will be seen at the Empress theatre tonight for the last time, Mr-.Revelle is surrounueS by an exceptionally strong cast, in- cluding Barabara Tennant, who is fea- tured wltt- iiim, William Davidson, Helen Dimbar, Frank Glendon, Hugh Jeffrey, "William Calhoun, William j Heck, and1' other prominent players. j The story of "The price of Malice" was written and producod by 0. A. C. Lund. There are scores of big scenes in this production, r including the destruction of a large yacht in the floes off Lab- rador, also some comedy which 'com- pletes _a good show. MORTGAGE SALp OF FARM PROPERTY NEAR ALTA Pursuant to the directions of the Registrar and by virtue of the Powers of Sale provided by "The Land Tides Act" under a certain mortgage which will be produced at the time of the sale, there will'be ottered for sale by public auction at the" Court House in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, on Saturday the 16th day September, ism, at 1.30 o'clock in the afternoon, the following property, stenographer with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, Herald. 213-0 NOTICE TO have men on hand for harvest work Phone your orders to J. Harris Co., Em- plovment Agents, Phone, 1412, Leth- bridge- 209-0 once young ;man as general assistant In meat and provis- ion store. Must be used to horsea and have knowledge of meat business. W. M. Blasgow, "Commerce, Alta. Phone 24, 206-0 WANTEDThree painters. Apply Star Paint Co.. Hull Block. with from JoOO.OO to capital to take a half In terest in a maunfacturers Agency for FOR second hand cars.; Ono Ovorlanil and Hnallm i Motor. Co. 220-0 A ,y 341 lilth st. N. 2HO-l> SUPERFLUOU9 HAIR K. M. Holmes gra'du'uto of'the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic ihstltuto, Medical Mussugo and Gymnastics lrlcal: Vibratory mid Therapeutic Light Treatments, EloctrolyslB and Shampooing.. Treulmentu glvco by appointment only. Room 1. Hull mn. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE MEDICAL CHIROPRACTORS SMITH a Smith Juno Bl you'.aro sick pud want to .niuln health, take spinal adjustments and set well. Consul- tiitlon free. Office In residence, SQ3 7th Aye. S.t opposite Model Bak- UouraMUO to 1 to 9. Phono PRJVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Von, Hnsrlem'a Primlo Hospital and Maternity. Homd., Sepclal rates giv- en on application.1. 122-1-7th Avonuo South. Phono 716. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decoral- ore, Paporhangors and Painters; Kalsomintrig, Genoral Decorating ami Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest 'established Painters In 1472; office plume nKS. HhtB-lock Bldg., Lett- bridge. Alta. 1GO-0 hand but good as new. Paint still on gears aiui couvasses new. Offered at great reduction. Better act quick. Col- lection Agency International Harvest- er "Company of Canada. Ltd. 218-ti FOR 30 h.p. Steam Kumoiy Plow Engine. :iBx60 Avery Separator, complete with Rush self feeder. Car- penter extension carrier. Wind stack- er, weigher, tank, cook car: Rig al- most as good as new. Separator al- ways under cover. Also set of P. 0. 8 bottom engine gang plows, both stub- ble and breaking bottoms. Price com- plete Arthur J. Gehm ft Coiu- jany. 134 Sth Ave. West, Calgary. GARBUTT BUSINESS -111 Sth St. South, Lethbrldge. Fall Term.opening September Pres- ent hours: Day school. Sa.m.-l p.m. Night school: Monday and Thurs- day, p.m. Regular Hours on and after Sep- tember 5th: Days, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30-1 p.m. Nights, Monday and Thursday, 7.30-9.30. Residence phone 1531 _________ "MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ture. Also gent s left off clothing. Nothing too large or too small. Post card will bring prompt attention. F. .VRogers, 711 12th St. A. N. _ WANTED For the Victoria Home for Indian Children, Brocket, Aita. Boys' matron, per mouth. Mau assist- ant. per month. Apply Rev. w. R. Haynes. __ 217-6 By September 2nd, fur- nished rooms for light housekeeping or board and room in private family by twc quiet, refined young business women. Apply Box 6, Herald. 220-3 TO RENT Comfortable bedroom. No children. Apply 811 5th Avc. S. 219-2 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Fsr Girls and young Boys, Cranbrook. B. C. Pupils prepared for examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- fog; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting "and Bookkeeping, Com- fortable home.''-Write for prospectus to Miss Charingtou, Headmistress. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY attention given to work from local firms. Will arrange on monthly bas- Boiwd ot Trade office, Bait Gar- dens. m. to 5 p.m. 216-fl OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting motais by heating without hammering or compression. 1C it's metal we can weld it The piece will be strongest where it is welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 6th Street South, 'next to Herald. 40-0 FOR .RENT Fully modern eight- roomed house, 013 Sth St. S. Apply C. Gray, 310 nth SI. S. 219-6 WANTED TO of eight or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. CarefiH Reply Bos 85 post office. tenants. 204-0 WANTED TO Have you anything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any hied: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd. Ave. S., or phone 1457. 202-52 namely: The Southeast quarter of Section all Flynn" ia an exceptionally good fea jlure. s Or, Wednesday and Thursday a I Paths program will be shown consist- ling of a Paths colored drama in five I reels, "A Matrimonial Martyv." This j is the last appearance of this feature in the West, as It goes direct to Toron- to, and the management is extremely fortunate in obtaining it. Hamilton Revelle !h "The Price of Malice" at the empress tonight. FOR SALE One Hart-Parr Gas Tractor, sev- en plows, breaker and stubble bot- toms. Just overhauled throughout. Engine can be seen at Lethbrldge Iron Works. Enquire Farmers' Lum- ber Co. for terms. Phone 516. 220-1 Thirty-one. Townshij) eight, Hange twenty-two. West of the Fourth Mer- idian in the Province of Albeita, ex- cepting thereout 1.64 acres for road- way. Terms of sale to be twenty per cent, cash at the time of the sale and the balance according to the terms and conditions to tie made at the time of .the sale'or upon application to the vendor's, solicitors. The above property will be offered ,jr sale subject to a sealed reserve bid and free from all .encumbrances save taxes for the Current, joar and ani- seed grain lien that may be outstand- ing. The Vendor, is informed .that the :'..iove in situate about miles from the station of Kipp and that one hundred and Ihirty acres of the said quarter section is good arable j land, with thirty acres of pasture land." The property in all fenced and Is situate within onj half mile cf the river. The -building 'consist cf house, barn and stable all in fair condition. j At Shirlantl Marie DqroL the beautiful littie dra- malic win 'appear for the last i times-tonight-in a splendid drama de- i picting the" sacrifice of a nurse-maid 1 who protects her mistress' name at the expense of her'own, for the sake of the i uc i "The Heart of Nor-1 for sale subject to a sealed reserve bid the'whole Province of Alberta, with office and warehouse at Lethbridge. 1 ray, City, have the warehouse secured and have the agency for the whole of Alberta for six (6) of the leading manufactur- ers and jobbers of eastern Canada. You do not require to be a crackerjack to handle this proposition. Just ordinary brains will do, and the possibilities are unlimited. Commissions in some good boarding house, private home preferred, for school girl. cases as high as 30 per cent. Address Box 50. Herald office. 220-6 SITUATIONS WANTED housekeeper by experienced Canadian lady. Town or country Lethhridge. Apply Box, 2, Herald. Position as housekeeper. Experienced and excel- lent cook. Apply between 6 and 8 in evenings or by letter to 1418 2nd Ave. South.__________________________215-0 by young man as office manager. Preferrably with grain firm or coal company. Eight years ex- perience in chartered bank. Apply F. Watkins, Taber. Alta. .__ _ LA'ND FOR SALE- Well improved farms, large or small tracts, to per acre, small cash payment, long terms. N. B. Peat Co., 10 Macdon- block, I.cthbridge. by man and wife on threshing outfit. Man to run sept arator and wife to cook on car. Fifteen years experience running separator and wife a good cook. Would take a A section, partly im- proved, 5 miles west of this city, only ?15 per acre, on good terms. Address Box 13, Herald. ir- rigated tract near city. All broken and In crop. House on property. A snap if taken at once. What offers? Apply Box 31S-1! The Nursing Mission Provides visiting curses for mater- nity and all medtoal and surgical cases (except contagious diseaueaj and-charges according to the cir- the patient. Poor patfents tared for free of charge. .Graduate nurses for private duty alstf provided For further partic- apply to the Nursing Mis den; 412 llth SL S Phons 1233 M Supervisor Wilson, Qrad. Nune. (Mfti) BCMie Cook, Orad. Nurtc MONTREAL GLASGOW DIRECT Ijirge Steamers. Excellent Service. Athenla.................. Sept. 12 Satumia ___............ Sept 19 Cassandra............... Sept. 26 Athenia Oct. 17 Tickets and other from any railroad o agent, or information steamship DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, flitnlpeg. 441'Main St. Ph. M. 5J1! ItSuvir, B.C. 531 QranvlIK St. Alberta. Dated at Edmonton in'the Province of Alberta thislth day of August, 1S1C. Griesbach, O'Connor fc Company. "Vendor's Solicitors. Approved: Ay T. Kinnalrd, Deputy Registrar.. Ad. No. H. DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Frtljhi LOST AND FOinVU____ White hal- ter on. Branded quarter circle over S D on left hip. Reward for Anthony Selesky, south of Henderson Park, HORSES horses got away from my ranch at Raymond on the 13th of thin month. Une huckskln saddle horse branded half circle, over Z on left thigh. One two year old bay mare and one yearling bay mare branded three parallel bars on right thigh and one yearling hay mare branded H E on left thigh. A suitable reward will be paid for any informa- tion leading to the recovery of the same. Charles Mccarty, Raymond. 218-6 "The sales of Cigars, have more than trebled during- three months. Hate you tried one Annly W. N. llaybee, 'co. N. H. Mm 216-6 LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR acres irrigated land, aummerfallowed this season. About two miles south of jail at ?75.00 ner acre. Easy terms. Apply K. Gibbons fc Co. 220-12 FARM LANDS FOR half of section 11-10-22, West of the 4th M. Across road allowance from Chinook Collieries. Price per acre. Will allow purchaser commission. For terms apply to W. C. Simmons, 2101 10th Street W., Calgary. 217-12 and Forglngi welded and reinforced. We conduct a, genera! Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- inz-shap. 1266 2nd Ave. Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 396-0 DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physlnla Surgeon, Accouchor.' Hours p.m. Office 811 Third Phono 1263. OR. TAYLOR liar, Throat; lie Bldg. Offlc hours evoulngs by ap pointment. sldenco 593. DRS. CONNOR, MoNALLY 4 JAMII 109 Shorlook Block Telephones: Office 319: Kelldenc 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., siciau, Surgeon, Accoucher. 132 4th Avenue North. Hours I to 4 7 to S. Phono 476. DENTAL OR. M. J. gradual of Royal College of Dental Surgeon Toronto, and holder of a 'Domluic Dental Certificate. Office: Room 6. and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. (succesaoH to Drs. Courtico ft uate University of Maryland. 8 and 9, Macdonaid Block. Phon 1166. Lethbrldge, Alta. 170- DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me Clurc. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, inhotham Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. her of Royal College ol Surgeona.B (Ens, Licentiate Royal College oil Physicians L.D.S. 1900.J Hours: Office: Higiubotham Block. Phono 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading FunersJa Director and Embalnier; also for the Somervillo Marbla Gran-1 its Works of Caljary. Office oppo-i site Court House. Phone 661. sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Open day and 6. Y. 4 Funeral Director. 808 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open nlibt and A MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONE8, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, ot pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Mu- sic, London. Bnj. year 100 per cent, were successf-'.. Studio 623 9th street south. FARM PRODUCE BALED HAY AND S all kinds. Carloads of u.i -----------or less- Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing. We are la touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. P. 0. -Kyile Co. Phone THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC He-opens on Tuesday, September 6th. Instruction given in all branches of music. Special classes tor. violin, mandolin, banjo, guitar and other small instruments. Certified teachers. European and Canadian examiners. Terms moderate. Phone 765. 206-26 1244. P. 0. Box 112: SHOE REPAIRING SHOK 1717 for your shoe repairs. Woik dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Milea, 611 4th Avenue South PIANO TUNING G. H. CRJPPS, EXPERT TUNES Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: 2i> years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., LXSBdon, England. .Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168, 1253 6th .Ave. A. South, THE VALETr-SpecIallsto In French Dry Cleaning; guarantaed to turn out'every piece of work at Its best Only tha :mo'st scientific methods applied without injury to Our to please you. Cplleec and deliver. Phone 1813 324 Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS DO YOU BORN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of alt orders. PHONE 125O The quality It the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TOM LOADS A Mousy-Maker for a Hustler. KALOMITE The Immediate compel re- put ordtrt. our agent in your home town and eaih In on this. MOIR MANUFACTURING 12210 Juper Ave., Edmonton, GUNSMITHS barrels -'straightened, guns restock- 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 Phone. 407. 5th St. S. W2-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teaohtr ot Piano, Harmony Theory. Orer ten years' teaching experience Studio fully equipped with black- board, key'abard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. H. MpG. YOUNG, Mus. Bac., A.D.C.O. .__Teacher voice, ntono and theory, Normal courses, Boston, Mass., Technique-clavier and .tables used for hand culturo- In primary and j.mior grades. Students advanced for music exams if dosired. A lim- ited amount of teaching done at pupil's residence. Studio room 1, Al- berta Loan ft Investment .Building, Sth St. S., first door south of Or- nheum Theatre oh and after Sept. 1st. Residence Y.M.C.A. 216-0 AUCTIONEER W L. WILSON. Provincial and 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 1025. Residence 1421 Sth Ave. North. LethbridBo. TELEGFiAPHY TELEGRAPHY Alberta College North Edmonton, offers complete course in llaihvay nnd Commercial- Telegrapny. Special rates for return- ed soldiers.- For full information ap- 'ply. to F. B. JlcCall, 10041 101st St., Edmonton. 220-26 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO improved" farm or city property. Apply A. Lcavilt, phone 617, Suite 8, Stafford block. 217-0 (SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDB OK TRICA.I WORK VV.L. McKenzie Co PHONE 137 718 3rt Ave FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds con- ducted in town or. Province. Best results guaranteed. Established In Office 414 Fourth Ayfluue s. 218-0 Nervousness, etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. 0. Thomas, 6ia 10th St. South. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204' SHERLOCK BLDG, OFFICE PHONE 777 W J LLOYD (Mantgeri) Residence 365. Acciuntant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbrldge, Coaldale. Raymond and Mngrath. All hay paid for In-lull when Ibaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself tor not selling your hay to us. .Why not HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Accountants, Acadia Building, 3rd Ave. 8., Lethbridge. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything in Accountancy. Au- dits, Investigations, Hooks kopt. or wrltten-up for Firms and Partnerships SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Minns Wholesale and Retail Accounting, Resident1 Partjigr, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accounlnn.? (Soot.) ;