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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIPCE D A t L f Hlfr H A.JL D..' Drpheum Theilre Opens It! Doori To- morrow Night With the decks swept clear of all obstacles, and looking iormidabic lii a new coat of paint, the Orpheuni The- atre will be ready to sreei nil comers, When they open the doore at 7 p.m. to- morrow, WednesOrty evening, as n high-class mudcvilie and picture the- atre. It promises to be one ot ilie social events of the season, as mwiy or LctDbridge's most popular cliirens are scheduled lo deliver a few im- prcptii addresses. Scotiy Johnson, who has won his laufcls in the vaude- ville world, needs no 10 Lcthbridse audiences, as his fame us a TRAVERS Horn to Mr. nml -Mrs. Nornd on Mon- '.dftiV January 25, a boy. Bijriv lei-Mr, anil Mra. Cook, Tuesday! V boy. Ou TiVqedny evening nleuaanl sur- .prise party was given Mr. and MR. Scott Voting. Mrs. Leonard gave a house party m-pnlnR, 30 giicsts Bitting down for supper Rt six o'clock, Jack IB In look- over the country. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ooeson of Grari- uuj lire visitins r.i the J. lUckelt's and Olsc-n homes. Mr. DToitie Is getting ready to drill lor a spring work starts- Consolidating uf schools Is nil the- talk now. U it passes tile Sweet Val- ley nnd Gold Coin schcol liousus will br movivl Jnlo town, and tivo or tnree vans will Vie purchased to convey the CliMilren. Dled, at tho Grenlcr home Tuesday nlghi. iha two months' old daughter of Mr aiul Mrs, Surges. The remains were laid to rest in ibe ctuueterr Calgary audiences for successive) weeks, something for which they have Just cause for feeling proud. The OF- pheum Girl Is an exira. special :itirao- licn Tvho has 10 be seen 10 be uppre- April. in on the the M rs. Jones returned Wednesday from St. Paul, -Minn., after a three- Mother in ihe titanic ;B which she Is ensaged. shows a mob- llizatlon record of which aav country mlglit well be mud. SL-iriiac at couver, the camera man visited all the main cities from the Pacific to VaJ- cartier, where the troops are seen em- barking on the transports willing and eager "to do their share for ihe Km- pire: the mobilizing of the second con- tingent, showing- the a p.M. nnd programme to be given on l-'ebniary 2b u Xothnig bad about this k.nd of wjn- ler weather; plenir or snow to sun the crops In the spring. LO3IOXD ______ g Lomond, Feb. dcvens of __ jular sol-' farmprs happy when ihe car ot dler's routine, from the time he enters corn came in last Wednesday, uhich delayed, anci farmers wlio ivant- RS raw recruit until a full Hedged soldier is shoTrn; also an inspection of the troops at Calvary headquarters right there to their satisfaction. An- their loads ground had it done br Major-General Hug-lies, laken le! than two weeks ago. These pictures are tie only one taken, and tills Is the only .authorized copy thb Dominion government are allowing to be picture ihat ia more convincing than any argument that has ret been offered. The above will constitute the Or phcum'a opening bill. "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" IS SPLENDfD ATTRACTION For originality of conception, spec tacular effect and setting, "Neptune's shown at the M Theatre iost nighi, surpassed anything of the kind tn photo-plays brought to the city. Aa a swimmer and diver Annette Kel'iermann world reputation, and she is the prln clpal character in the play. As a mer maid she IE seen to advantage Ing in her element, beautifully pictur ed by the sun-kissed Bermuda SBB.S While excelling in this character, she is also seen as a dryad in gracelu dances in P. wood, bavin- effected the 1 transformation which the story callE Like Clementine in the song, drives ducklings to the water. But j unlike that unfortunate maid, she does not slip and fall In, but somersaults and-.rolls ofr the cliffs In a series of graceful and clever dives into the sea beneath. The story naturally ia mythically ar- ranged, so as lo give scope to the abll- itlee" which have made the heroine ia- 1 maus. It was luliv explained In the programme, and brought out the woe derful possibilities to which the mod- ern photo-play lends itself. As an art- istic production, the piece holds a unique position, and the incidents ap- peal to both old and young. Too much be said of tae beautj, the aai- triatlon and the interest which the seven reels revealed, and though the story "was long, it was never at any moment tireHGJie, but claimed the un- flagging attention of tbe crowded house. With "Neptune's tie Ma- jestic scored another success. As an attraction it did not belle the fame it established wherever shoTvn, and It would not bg surprising if many who saw It last night paid the theatre a second visit. Nothing (teems to hsve been omitted In elaborating, the story, in giving the photo-play a distinc- tion all HE own. Erery detail appears to hare been earefuily studied, and the outcome IE a triumph Cor the art of the ctnemaio- grapber. ARGUS. other car will shortly be here. On Wednesday in spire of the darkness and the snow a OARDFN ACTS LJ! i Per the Closest in Tmcts on the Market These Acre Tracts are practically level, have full water Tight, and arc in splendid condition for garden purposes this year. They arc lo- cated only half a mile liom the city limits. You can't to jniss the opportunity of securing at least one of these choice acre tracts while you can buy on such easy terms cash and per month. Apply 321 5th Street South Office Open Evenings LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. H. GALVIN PHOXE 1425. In the Supreme Court of Alberta. Judicial Dis- trict of Letkbridge. BET WEES: 1670. tne-ssed a fine entertainment i WILLIAM SMITH, RICHARD SMITH by the F. A. in their capacious I end JOHN PETER SMITH, EXECU WHAT PRESS SAYS OF ASH DAVIS Davie surely 'pleased hla hearers last night, and should he come again, he woald find a Qkla., Times. Those ifho attended, the cartoon en- tertalnmenL by Ash Davis 'were amply rewarded. He IB certainly a marvel- oui artist Tvith.the chalk. His lecture is entertaining and larney, Man., Press. I consider Ash Darls one'of tne best cartoonlsti and artists oo the Chaut platform. Wm. Jennings Bryan. Mr. Davis appears at Wesley church tomorrow night. HUTT FISHER COMING An effort Is being made to arrange tor a concert to he given here by Hutt Fisher, the distinguished American violinist. Mr-'Fisher Is touring Can- ada ths .season, and IB playing only the'larger cities. He will pass through here from Edmonton, on hie way back to Neir York, and if satisfactory ar- rangements can be made, the people of Letobridge will have the rare oppor- tunity of hearing Ibis famous artist. Aa an Fisher carries his brother the poet-composer. MAGRATH SPED HER .SOLDIER BOY8 ON WAY Magrah, Alta., Feb. station platform was packed with on Saturday nlglit to a ay farewell to the boys wlio bare joined the 13th C. who went to Cardslpn for their .training. The. band was out, and a procession was organized from the business centre of the up to the elation, and as the train pulled out three hearty.cliwri given U> the hall. Among the things Was the piatform sufiragctte meeiing being b.v eiitht "togged" ladies, with Miss Flossie Fancll as leader, lit. Donnellr is ereciing a tempor- ary house to Hve in while he drills some more wells in town. 0, Smith is putting an extension to his boarding house. He evidently is sharing the ideas ot the farmers concerning this year's crop. The Ladies' auxiliary 2jre holding a concert on the 25th inst. Don't miss this affair, as it promises to be the best of the season. Mr. Paul from Kinnondale, is visit- TORS OF THE WILL OF WILLIAM SMITH, DECEASED. Plaintiffs. EDWARD HOAD, EDWARD J. COOK, WILLIAM HAYNES, HARMQNIUS F. JUDSON, JAMES F- HAM.'LTON, WILLIAM H. MARRS, JOHN W. BARTLETT, L, B. MASON, HUGH TAYLOR, RICHARD SMITH, WILL- IAM C. 1VES, ALBERT GREEN and CANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE Defendants. There will be sold with the appro- bation of the Judge of this Honour-J able Court on Saturday, the 20th Feb-' British Cabinet Wants Blank Check lor War inonE to army purposes. a blank cheque lor Ixjndon, Feb. the first time This is virtually the effect of .the new precedent set- up by.the mtTDrtuc- fion the army.estimates details ami without tlie agsr-cghtes oi j the .expenditure's, nnd, when parlia- ment has voted the "nominal sum oi SS.GOfl under each pi the. 15 expenditures, it will have voted sup-. TO KENT 2u; for'oio yeiir b moro.t Apply -H' llouso dr''irurrl8 i Co., Sill St. PFANO 10JH. sail 01 terms. Wist party. Cnl Street South-. rppuiod fuljy S Uotli-'iii HHfU-rjAso -rtipuir.i Fho losi, _ modern rour'Tuom t-ottaye, newly docoriitcd llmmBh In Being KO' JOth St. S. Will ue vucuiU about Miirch 1st. rfeaofit teoityl. (ViH .pqll bli nnd Utte'd'.at.'i'RaHoiia [irlce if Apply -atti Rome. imrt o[ llroilif opposite' 'Aloxandrti Hotel on Uli Ave. Three' stores down stairs, 13 roonm anil bnth upbtairs. Heady Peb. 1st. Apply John liroillo, C-IS lllh St. "South. TO land, 100: aurKs-or mqro, or nearly .all seeded to buy, improved or unini- iroved, casli or bliare rent, lunulre W. 'H. Pa'n'ion, Phone FURNISIJTO In "tully mod- ern close ih, fLSO per ip. Also Marge comfortable room' fo lEht housetcceulns -frith use en rdi' cpdVnir. Apply 5.14 jjlli Street South. Tll'tine 451. 0 fb .RE N l 0 iii, on ear vvirh telenhone 5-10 per montii. Apw (ill! Ox "ur- 'O "comfoiifTble ished rpoui.riu .ip-rgc house, entttilb -.located, to nnn -L- plies without limit tor.. Un army. ,oi w 200 years, the British government, JiOOMOO mcn_ to he for yesterday, invited the house oi com-j when the war is over. ing at G. Smith's home and Smifch is nsiting mot-her, Paul, of the same place. Foremo-st irill be ency oi the Pacific after March." Jst.' This- "news will be extremely wel- come to tae residents of that boost- ing, bustliiig south town. Chief Clert ore of the Supcriniendent's ofTice out tbe iniormation this .rs. G-. ruary, ]915, at the hour of Twelve! Mrs. O'clock noon, at the Court House In the City of Lethbridije, In the Pro- Tlnce of Alberta, the following lands: Tbe South Eas: Df Sectfon 30. In Township S, Range 20, West oC the 4lc Meridian, in the Province o( permanent _ag- Alberta, subject to the reservations -Apply Ilox 1- TO a ffood room ivJlli nil modern' steam shon-er bathe.-l plunge, aipply Y. ,M. C. A.' PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATIONS VACANT W..A XTMaD-rGood general ply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, S4-J 7lh Street clasa teacher to take charge of Elcan ccliool immed- ;Ealarj' Married, jiuin prc- references to ,Eicon.. Alberta. (oil jjto. oslfi-llttf, HC.WOJ' nnd .jlBht. ftnccil. assume loan of Flonild office, A 1U3AL :icrtiB lots) In Houdicast of city, would mukc iidjoliilr.g 1% amylng" on Bame. of-'-. llco. ,'0 I' i FOR 4% west pf ,Le in bridge. Tor lJUrtlcUlai'H ajmly to John B. Box brldKo. FOR ncrea L mllu south oi all no .will tor InalJe Lcth- "'clear Ililo' fii'rni land. Also lift ncree partly Improv- ed to exclianyp. Apply Itoom 3 Mac. llonald lllor.k. t Urliish Columbia homps, jtjiixla .and. lands, (soittli end Kootcnay, fix- olmnfo city laiVtji am! frull lamls.. R. L'rxmout, tjrcstoii, SHSCELLANEflUS FQR 'SAL'E' I'OIl Acorn Cook Stovw with diiulijx ffrti'tos an'd-rcHe'rvolr'ooiiV plete." Prlcn ?y.OO. Alfeb n "good 'Frltfc Apply 970 10th St. South. plonfliriiB enfiine, Kood HB and breaker biilance eanp Both -tor ciish.. o' raucli ".rqf sale. Apply ftr Ten-ell, Limdurecli, .A.lta.' laiulT We hnvp 10 and 20 .acre .tracts, Irri- ;ated land- alK plpiigUed, .dltCheB. iu, mly four nillea.rrom pogd to.vavgood loll, inl] fruit, unts, omngpH, alfalfa, for sale ;or .cxcluuige. jtooui iVncrtouald Blk., LetJilirid. _ ?OH -SAbli Vlinliau" erfect j-unninf order, twin cylinder, ree running engine, .Clieap for ensh. Vpply Box- -50 Herald. 41 Ox ;OR SicilH'an Butterotip'-Conk; irelB and now lald'eges. South. BSO-J2lh St. 'OB, hand WjUinms. iano; will sell ctie.ip for cash. OT easy erms. .Apply '124S Sth Ave. Sv' St. n and ?1 per week... .Apply 4tli S, SITUATIONS WANTED TUrWANTIiU-'-To Tent drlniimiFci. or or on .by CJtpert dalry- lan- and 'grain farmer; half section r more preferably equipped, near nlpniug point. Dc-poalt IE ildress Box 1S> Herald ing, Gilm here On account of the rush of business t the oppriing oi' the new line, an flgent was placed there temp warily The was removed on Jamiarv 19t-h, and there Tvas some apprehen- sion amongst the residents as to the designs .the railway had in view. Foremost is the present terminus of the Stirling subdivision of the Leth- bridgft-VYeybuni.. .and conditions contained in Agree- ment for Sale dated 21st -March, 1011, .between William Smlih, above named, during his lifetime, as Vendor, end the Defendant, Edward Hoad, as Purchaser; reserving all coal and oth er minerals and Ihe right to follow and mine tile same therein and there under. This land is said to be irrigable. This laud will .be otfered for sale subject to a reserved bid .which flas been fixed by a Judge. TERSIS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE may be seen offices of Lionel L. Aatiuilh, Auctioneer, "arid JOHNSTONE RITCHIE, Lelhbridge, Alberta, Ad. No. O. Plaintiffs Solicitors. IF BACK HURTS BEGIN OJV SALTS Fluth the at once when Back- jchy or Bladder formi uric acid. No man or woman who eatg meat regularly .can make a mistake .by flushing; the kidneys occasionally, aaya a .well-known authority. Meat forms uric .acid which, cloga the kidney pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only, part of the waste and i tro.n the blood, then you get sicfc. '.-Nearly''' ell rheumatism, nead- troubiB, Dervouaness, sleeplessness, bladder iiifiordeiH" come from sluggish The moment you feel a dull ache in ie. kidneys, or'.your back hurts, or it the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at- tended by a sensation of scalding, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from eny reliable pharmacy and take a tablespoonful in a glass ot water- be- fore breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is .made from the-acid of grapes and lemon juice, .combined with llthia and has been used for gen- erations to flush clogged kidneys and Stimulates them TO activity, also to neutraii2e the acids In urine so H no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jed Salts is Inexpensive and can- not Injure; makes a delightful-effer- vescent' lithla-Tater drink which all regular meat 'eaters should .take and' then to keep the kidneys clean and, the avoiding serious kidney complications. Sold by J. D. HIglnbotham Co., Ltd Advt. Don't Mlis Seeing The Volcanic Eruption In WRATH OF THE GODS" 6TARLAND MONDAY MASSAGE Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area of the iile land in Western Canada for sale it low prices and easy terms, ranging rom Sll.OO to farm lands vfth ampJe Jands rom 535.00. "vn. hnianco tv.-euty years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc, up to also re- payable ia.twenty'jea'r's. Here is.your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting .adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars., apply to F. CAMERON, Gen'f Supt, of Landi -Dept. of Natural Resource! C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA OR WILSON SKEITH Agenti. Lethbridge, Alberta. STEAMSHIP AGEK'GY SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Allan Line Royal Mail French :Line to White Star New York Ca'had- un service- Cuna.rd Line, New York and Canad- -ri service. Canadian Northern -Royal Mall learners. DoDaldEon Line lo Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Buy your tickets you; jet :r train. 8. B. MITOfl-ELLi- C. P. R. Ticket Lethbridge. Phone 1583 OALT LUMP COAL PER TON PELIVEREP C.O.D. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurBei for raaUr nlty and all medical and surgical (eicept contagioua t and charges according to lha clr- cumaiaocea of tile patient Poor .patlenta cared [or free of. charge, qnduate nurses for private duly also .provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nuralpg Mia- sion 1414 ith Avenue South. Phone 1239. (Mill) A. M. Tllley, Supirvljar, (Mill) M. A. HicKiy, Qnd. Num. ;Mlu) J. Mackenzie, CraJ. Nurie. 3URERFLOUS HAIR K.M. Holmes graduate of tbe.PennsylvdQia Ortho- paadlc .loalltute. Medical and "Gymnasllcs (Sweiliahi, cal Vlbralorr and Therapeiillc Light Treatments, Electrolysis, and- p'ooipg Trentments given. by r pollitmeiit only. Room 1. Hull Bl VIAVI LETHBRIDGE V1AVI (The Hartal Treatment for Nervousness, Number lo Hull Block. Hours 6 p.m. dally, 10 to 4 Saturday or by appointment. Miss B. S. Coot. HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Haarlem's Private HpapStal and Maternity Home. Special rates en on application. 7Lb Avenue South. Phone 716. UNDERTAKING MEDICAL DR. W. S; 'Surgeon, Hours p.m. OEHce 914LThiril'Aycnu'e. 1 DH.i; Sherlock Block. Residence 12G6 Sixth Averore. OrUce hours Office. V. ip90! r, DP. Eye, Nose anfl BILW SUNDAY'S MESSAtll! AND TevlvallBi.T-- TJirlllins' Ife eulto'r or' ortcr oh wa'ahly by Quarter 'nlillion -book. -onleTS- "Make--six to ten dollajs daily... Sample book Tree on'-'promise- to'- .House, Brantlorui- for Lelli- and" 'district for "quick sclHrig 'hoVelty. buys. Dig money for Bive' Permanent oualn'GGs': U'rite" IniihedJatclj'. NortlnveRtc-rn' 'cncieB, Winnipeg; Throat; Dominion Oullding. Omce i_____________________' hours evcniugs by ap- competent maid for MBTHODB-Exiraorulnary. SiJirBffea' with'a pointment. Phonflr: Office 341. Re- sfdeuce iJ93. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College" of. Dental. Surgeonv Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate: Office; Rooms- 5 and 6, Bryan Block.- Phone-1071: DR. L. T. (successor (o. Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland..Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone. 1165, Lethbriflse, Alta. DRS, MARRS AND moderate 'for start., AJtplV A Rollins" delivery." 1OST--FOUND t. Wednesday, between and Sunday pifl, wjt'i. tblr-d-yeaf nnd. cross..- Plenae return tQ gold -locket, engraved wlth.monosrani -W. H. Flnderclclndly retun: to W. llayter, Wera-IS OlDce. general Apply Mrs. .C. S. I 13th Street on Thursday Smith. 1J01 Till I afternoon, a 55.00 bank note. Finder for I please return tcr.Box; Hei.uiG', (Vntonio4S. D. a.t oncje... Apply stating salary, etc.. to C. Scaddan, Sec. Purule Springs, Alta, for-.the fnffli S; D. No. 2827, -Proyinctj. .of..- muat- have.- 2nd clasa certificate. --State to start Mljool noi lat- er tbao- March J.915. Apply-Jas.. Seo.-TreaSv- youn'g than, nuaU'fited high' class 'di- versified farm. Applj" Her- ald giving references, nuallQcatlo'ns, T S Funeral Director and Embalmer. also aeent for the Somervllle Marble t Granite Works, ot Calgary. Office'opposite j DR. E. G. ms Court House. Phone 581. dence 284.7th Ave. S. Open day and night. Phone "11 1 6. S Y. HURST, EMBALMER t FUN ERAL 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1SOZ. Open night and 'Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- 'experience- and -wages- willing to !Hc- Clure. Hours: 3 16 5. Office. It raanieu-'glve .number of ram inbotham Block. ,_______..... generiii' ser- ber of Royal Col.lege of- Surgpona. !Eng.) Llc'entiato.noyai Cbilopo ot Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1300 Hours: 0-12; )-S. Offlce: .6-8 botliam Block.. NURSING WHOLESALE HAY CHAIN 4 alf miied hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mined carloads a specially. Storaie for household etc., cellar space for rent. Hyd6 and-1 Saundera. comer "and'12th St. S. P. O. Box 1237.- -Phone. 1244. MISS L. F. pt Sa- maritan an'd'Roturida-'Hos'-' vant able to Oo good plain cooking A', ,lri20. -jlpl.Ave., S... good genera] servant Apply B.-S, .Hoyt. 1261-6-tli Avenue A Soutli. a day salary' i'or intelli- gent' :dr single'' woman vfor ArBend horiic or liberal -reiriiui- Medical, surgicarind son' obaterical--nursing. 701' 5th' Avenue .South. 'Phone 793.' fepare time.' "-Jlrs. BrdntTbrti. Business FOR dyeing, and: for -sale cheap -in 'Medicine. -Hai; ---good Haying business, the- right person. 'Apply Box cine' Hat. 5IISCELLAN1EQUS WANTS njus't. goo'ii condition. Apply Blylng as to price... Box mutton and Jambs at alEOi.real .calvea and prime- steers -and lany's Ltd.. Pliolio Smooth' -'.tut' hogs, to- 275 pounds, In hirgd or. small 'quaiiti- -.ies." Can use.-'-up '-to ten' carloads, r- IVrite, phone Sr at once.. De- lany's Ltd.. Lcthhridgc. 50 FLORIST FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets; Out Flowers, Pot Planta.and Hot House -Vegetables. Phone 1003, I-etiib'rldge. PIANO TUITION I PUPILS FOR- PIANCN-Ortondo Kay, HOI 7th Avenue North. onpoalte Ihe Herald, are. specialists In leal cleaning and Prpnipt KING service' on out of business, j call write or phone Phone' 1812. EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTANT N. D. of the Insti- tute of Chartered Accountants, ot. Wales, and of Ihe .In- stitute of Chartered Alberta. Acadla HENDERSON COY. Lethbrldae Mfdlclng Hat "Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy in all Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, 'Ad- rirery, Syfitemallzing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Acadla Building, Leihbrldgg Reildent R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chirtered AecounUnt (Scot.) EDWARD'S brook. B. C. Htadmistress, Miss V. M. Cherrlngton. Boarding ouhuol tor girls nnd young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Pull High ScSool. curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to DrawlnK, Palntlnc, Sketch- Ing from nature. Write for prospectus. r- '-girl.. to vassing on a good Belling.. proposition. Good money in sight for hustler. Call at thetetficc of the.W. W. Gary Co., 13th -St: nnd PIANO TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERt Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory Hcm; I ours Certificate MT. "Assn.; London, 1 England. Reference to the Icad'lri'g musicians of-the city. 1253 5th Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER IW. i-. nnd City Licensed-Auctlsnaer. Sales kinds conducted .on reasonable terms. Livo slock and farm sales a specialty.- Offlce at !hn Wilson'Fur- nlfur? Co., 401 13th 'St. N. Plione '1023. 'Residence Phone 695. down- i town office at the burn Realty Co. .new ihventipn; Ilts ".any 'common' lahin" of. lantern; gives" tjle' largest, iv'llites.t' arid1 "bright- est li'ijit olrlamp's Agents Sa'rnDle 40c, Jr. Cohfs 1138' Calgary." C reliable .man wanted in every lown to take orders for best ciistonl maOc clothes in Canada. High- est grade, Tailoring Co Limited, Toronto.' Ont. _ -tivorougnly experienced hcrserhati .'atid -fariner.'-not neccssary to bei an experienced1-.' hul capable of tailing place. Ap ply J-. rHarrls Co., .Employment- -Ag- ''and learn the bji.rber wages 'learn- iurii'ls'h'ed big" money. 'Cntalogrue "free." )3nrber College. Street, "Calgary, Alta. Ppr Sjie or tx TO modern 7 roomed on Imlf acre also two clear title lots trade for'improved'-farm -.or -farm lands. Prefer northi of -Calgary nut will consider offer. .Ad- dress Boi 5 Herald1 Blflcc, "have -Atbcrtn rfB.rnV land to trade for- cIEy and r.ily properly to exchange for .farm land, British ColmiilUia -raw and Im- proved' 'add for-'sale and exchange SVe exchange all kind's of realty And "personal -We want rrolises. to rent, lilocll Room1 -3 Macdonald buy horses, mares'pre- ferred; weight, nothing under 1150; must be broken Box 23 Herald R-30S, or Norman Bohman, southwest quar- ter orSectlon Township 8, Range' 20. Mnrlict Gardens' FOR ed market, gardens in like, rent, 7-.ye3ri to pay.- 9150 cash down buys 10- acres. W. M. Gillelan. 1222 3rd Avenue .South. DRAYlNti Of All Kinds'" Wes'fernfi'ansfierCo. Limited ..--.--i.-j i.-- P. 'f-bmei -i f 1 Office PHONES I Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Careful and Prompt Service ;