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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUV. LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1�16 "THE SECRET SIN" PEATURiNG THE FAMOUS LASKY sVaR-IN FIVE acts. ' PARAMOUNT SPECIAL MONDAY-TUESDAY BLANC'IIK SWEET PUAYINQ THE PARTS OF TWIN SISTERS ALSO out. OF THE FAMOUS SANTRY CARTOONS Phone 1722 !^*^Jues. Wed F^'"-"?'^ ISand 16 Only Tomorrow WANT ADS THE UNITED PRODUCING CO.. (BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH SELWYN &. OFFER MARGARET ILLINGTON'S TREMENDOUS SUCCESS, SITUAflTIONS VACANT WANTED-General sorvunt., A Uli5 Ttli AVe. South. : , 53 \VANT13D-At once a good general servant. Apply 1B3,t i'ltU Ave. S. 54-0 WANTED-At oiice, strong lad be-'twetn 11 Rud IS, must bo used to iiorsea and ablo to nillk. Apply Watts Dairy,' near pubVlc ^emetery WANTED-A good general servant, fable to do plain cooking. Apply to .Mr�. S. .lackBon, lilS l2tU Street! S. ii4-'J I WANTED-Stenographer, any fairly competent stenographer In the city, jwho is out of work .and is willing to ; go to an outside point, can be placed ] in a position by calling at Qarbutt 1 Husiness College, til Sfti St. South" 1 any afternoon between 4 and 4.30. I Bring application in own handwriting _______ i WANTED-A girl, able to sew Well, I for tailor shop. Also errand |)oy, Ayi-I i Pl.v Prcd Thiell. COS 3rd Ave. . ^1^6. J WANTED-.A. girl or woman to \^'prk ; on farm 4 miles feast of city. Stci�dy �job year round: Phone r-3ia. 49-^6 MPRESC"A Screaming Keystone TONIGHT �A Rascal's Wolfish Way" TWO HOWLING REELS-OTHER GOOD PICTURExS MAJESTIC-2 g^IJ-Mon. Tues.. ffS NIGHTS: AT 8.15 9 21-22 MATINEES AT 2.15. The Basil Corporation, B. S, Courtney, Manager PRESENTS D. W. GRIFFITH'S 8th WONDER OF THE WORLD Ten times Bigger Than The Biggest "circus 18,000 People 3,000 Horses Cost $500,000 ill Car Load of Electric and Scenic Effects WANTED-Odoil .energetic man ; as manager for Fernie Co-Operative-lScr ciety. one with knowledge of bOjijkt keeping preferred, applications to-;bBi in not later than the 21st February.. Apply stating salary required, Sec'y. Fernie . Co-Operatlve Socity. 49-G WANTED-Teacher holding second or third class certificate for Turin S. D Write stating salary desired to V. V. Van Brochlin, Secretary Iron Springs, Alberta. Phone 505 Iron Springs. 52-6 12 Skilled Stage Mechanics More Wonderful ; Than "Ben-Hur" or Any Other Production WITH OWN TRAVELLING SYMPHONY QKCHKSTRA no 3IUSICIAXS THE GREATEST ART CONQUEST SJNCE.THE BEGINNING OF CIVILIZATION ijriyppt" NIGHT: .................. 50c, 76c, $1.00, $1.50. .LX\XV.X^n MATINEE ......................... bOc, 75c, $1.00 ', ; MATINEE EACH DAY,AT 2.15 Mail.Orders Now. Seat Opens^l'^ursriay.'Next at Hedleys. PANtAGES Unequalled VAUDEVILLE 20-PEOPLE-20 Direct from New York, playing Pantages Vaudeville Circuit- Every Act a Feature. -THE DREAM PIRATES- A Melodious Cruise on an Ocean of Mirth, with Viola Wilson and Samimy Wrenn-10 People. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES. PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Weatley, Acadia Block J THE LA VARS, Dftnclng Whirlwinds-2 people. , ivilCHAEL EMMETT & CO. In "A Gl'mi^e of Ireland" -2 People- y PACKARD "4" ' MlrtH, Melody and Terpsichore, I -4 People- chris. richards  Knglish Eccentric Comedian Four Reel Mutual Masterpiece "THE WOLF MAN" With Billy West and Ralph Lewis "the bf:st one yet- 1^ DRAYING Of All Kinds Western'Transfer Co. , Limited. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shaaj. PHONES: Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 =^1 You Can't Afford to Miss This one-Picture Starts 7.30; Vau-; devllle at 9.00 sharp. ; PRICES EVERYBODY, 50c. Pony Express and Transfer COAL C, O. D. �08 Fifth Street South. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS Phone 632 NOiICE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 1 I Extracts from the Rules! relating to Private Bills! .")2. All applications for Private ills, properly the subject of leglsla-by the Legislative Assembly of Vibin-ta, within the purview of "The ' U .N'o-th American \ci, 1807," whether for the erection of a bridge, he making of a railroad, tramway, urnpike, road, telegraph or telephone 3. Uio construction or improve--"' nf ii harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work: the grant-ing ot a right of ferry; the incorporation of any particular trade, or calling, or of any joint stock company, cr I otherwise for granting to any Individ- j ual or individuals, any exclusive or-i.eculiar right.s or privileges whatever or for doing any matter or thing which in its operation would afteci the right.s of property of other panie.s or relate to any particular class of ihe community, or tor making any amendment of a like nature to any former Act. shall require a notice clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and object of the application, and where the application refers to any proposed work, indicating generally the location of the work, anc" signed by or on behalf of the applicants, such notice to be published, during two months, between the close of the next preceding Session and the time of the consideration of the petition, in four issues of The Alberta Gazette, and of one other newspaper, published in English; and within two weeks from the fii-st appearance of siich notice in The Alberta Gazette, j two copies of the said Bill, with a re-1 ceipt from the Provincial Treasurer' for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose ot this Rule ihO words shall be hold to constitute a page and also in the case of a Bill Incorporating a company, a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companie.s for such sum as would be payable by the applicant or applicants for the incorporation of a coriipany with a KiiuUar capitalization to the capitalization of the company sought to be incorporated by such Bill, shall ho placod hy the applicant in the hands of the Clerk ot the House, whose duty it shall he to get the aald Bill printed, forthwith. Copies of the newspapers containing the first and WANTED-Men and women to learn barbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book ot instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 W.VXTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeks qualifies ; tools tree ; wages while learuing ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata-loRuc and particulars frcs. Moler Barber College, 60-la Centre St., Cal- gary. 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Two girls experienced In all domestic work, require positions, together, in or out of town. Apply �:,'>' 11th St. s. . aS-t; LAND WANTED-To rent halt section or morli of land suitable to bo Bocded to wheal In the spring, llellable party -address Bpx 41, Herald, -51-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS To RENT-five-acre Irrigated tract In the Kane acres, fenced with Poge wire, fencliiR. JCO.OO for the season. Pholie 1702. 54-ii BIG. SNAP in quarter section near Wilson Siding. If you have real estate to exchange sen us. Also have two good autos tor sole. M. P. ,lohn-son & Co., Alberta Block. .";t-li pou HENT-llnlt section Irrigated land near town. Good buildings and water and hny pastures. All In alfalfa and timothy. Can have plow land.' Apply Albortii Securllle.s hUh, Balmoral Block. r.H-ti for EXCHANGE^Welimvo 50 lots close to Gait Mines and two lots on olh Ave. South, close to nth St., to exchange tor a ton roomed fully modern house. What have you to offer. Apply h. S. Ujpley & Co., 714 Ilrd Ave. S.,_ Phono 1034. 50-� MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTiSD-For cash, good second hand wagon. Phone U 312. 54-2 WANTED-Brooder, outdoor preferred, will pay cash. Apply Box B, H,orald.___45-0 tiKT US make you nn offer for your furniture. All our transactions are spot cash. If you want u square deal, deal at the City Second Hand Store, the house with a reputation. 40K 5th S.t. South. Phone 142S. 49-G WANTED-A second hand 32 or 10 h.p. Reeves plowing engine, Alberta bbller; must be In good condition. State register number and price to 0. Malohon & Sons, Stavoly, Alta. Box 07. � 49-26 PLACKS.MITH. Skates hollow ground wood split pulleys made to order, wood turning, band saw works and ripping. One pair ot light delivery bobs, one light sleigh and one delivery wagou for sale. P. A. Harding, 1401 4th Ave. N. 52-6 ; (iJlAkaAQB eUPERFL'oOS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-MUs K. M. Holme* eraduato of the Pennsylvania Orth-opa^dla.InaMtute, Ktodlcal Massage and OymnnBtlcs (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Thernpeullo Ught Treat^oritB, Electrolysis and Sham-pootnR TreatmenlB given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull 31k. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH A SMITH-Hyrum Smith and Juno B, Smith-Chiropractic spinal adjustmouta will cura your chronic complolnts. Call In and talk it over Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. 3. Hours 10-12; 2-6; 7-9. Phont-1677. 43-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlbn.'b Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South, Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 (ith Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 V I A V I VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All conimu-nlcatious to Mrs, O. Thomas 619 10th Street South. 31-0 TO RENT TO RENT-An eight roomed liouse, on 3rd Ave. S., fully modem. Five roomed cottage on 3rd Ave. A. S., including blinds, gas heater and gas range. Apply Mrs. W. R. Virtue, 1232 3rd Ave. South. 50-C TO RENT-;ln the Victoria Mansions one small furnished housekeeping suite, with private bath, no children. Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ave. S., phone 636. 46-0 ?0 RENT-House No. 52S, 15th St. '.outh, fully modern and furnished. . .pply h. S. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd, Ave. South. 45-0 WANTED-Grain or coal hauling work by contract. Apply Phone 1845. 49-G ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, one block south ot central school; breakfast If desired; G23 9th Street Ijouth. xx.\ BOARD AND ROOMS OSTEOPATH DR. SARA B. DETWILER, 31S Sherlock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. ni. Evenings by appointment. Phone 3 521. 33_25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Speclallst.i In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece ot work at It.i bpst Only the most scientific methods applied without Injury to garments Our work is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Furs re-mndo and cleaned; suits made to order: best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phono 444. AUCTIONEER MEDICAL DR. W. 8.- QALBRAITH-Physician, ' Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-8;' 7-8 p.m. Ottico 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1263. DR. TAYLOR-Bart Eye, Noso and , Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Ottloo hours 10-12; 2-B: ovenln�s by np-polntmont. Phones: Oftlco 341, R*> Bidonco 593. DRS, CONNOR, MoNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Office. 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones: Oftlco 319; Residence 1090, Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DENTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal CoUepo of Denial SurRcons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Hoomi B and 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-nontlst (successof to Drs. Courtlco & ailchrlst)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lcthbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure Honrs: 9 to 5, Office, Hlg-inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E- G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal CoUego ot Surgfions. (Eng. Mcontlate Royal College of Physicians (London. 1 UD.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-6 Office; B-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERI.Y-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the SomervlUe Marble & Granite Works ot Calgary. Ottico oppo site Court House. Phone 661. He-Btdence 284 7th Ave. 8., Phono 1176. Open day and night S. V. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. CO. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. PROF. M. e. RYGG, Violinist, Instruc tor In stringed and brass Instruments. Phone 1G77. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbrlds?e. Alta. 35-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-A lady's black pocket book on White Lino Car, between 5 and G o'clock on Saturday. Finder please return to Herald office and receive leward, . 54-1 STR.VYED-A red cow branded quarter circle over uN on left side, one black cow same brand; two-year old bull, no brand. Finder'please notify C. R. Daniels. 54-G BOARD AND BOOM-Apply to .Mrs. i Brook, 402 i3th St. North. 34-0 ; ~~ NxmcE I WANTED- information concerning i whereabouts of Arthur Hopson, who j left -Montreal one year ago. Any information will be gladly received by his sister, Mrs. H. Prew, 37 Church Ave., Verdun. Que. .')4-2 The LaiHl Titles Act MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAIE FOR SALE-A number ot pure bred single comb ft. 1. Red Cockerels.'Ap-ply 1324 4th Ave. X., phone 476. 54-0 FOR SALE-lUO head of good work horses, mares and geldings, from 1200 to 1500. All broke. Bonfiell's Livery, Lethbridge. 54-H FOR SALE-A sacrifice If taken at once, 10 Blue Andaluslans, Including prize winners, 10 other hens and a 100 egg incubator; 1902 9th Avenue North. 54-6 FOR SALE-Furniture, and house to rent, six room fully modern house with gas; furniture all first class. Owner leaving city, will sell at sacrifice. Splendid opportunity for newly married couple. Apply Box 44, Herald Office. 53-6 W. L. WILSON, LlcenaetJ Auctioneer. I All 'tlndg of galea conducted. Terms ' reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job- lots of Btoclrs of mcrctiacdiofl piirchaaed. I will also buy the entire contents of tiimtrihed houses Head offlce ot the Wllsoa F-.imltura Co,, 416 iSih dt, Nortti I.k!tl:hrldge, Prone 1023. MRS..W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theorj'. Over ton years' teacliing experience. Bo-ginnor.^ mul ndv.inced pupils accepted. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South, Phono 1308. 44-12 Salberg SPECIAL ATTENTIOxY PAID TO SKIP-MENTS OP GRAIN TO MOOSE JAW last insertion of such notice shall be sent by the parties, inserting such notice to the Clerk of the House, to be filed amor.gat the records of the Committee on Standing Orders. Table of Fees to be paid to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 iriee Cap. 20, 1913, Second Se.ssioji) For reglHlration of a comimny whose uomlnal capital does not exceed ?20,f)00...........?.JO,DO Vov resislratlon of a company whoKo nominal capital ex-ot-erts ?20,0(iO, the above tee of >r,(i.00 Willi the I'ollowluc; addiiioiuil fcen reHulatcd ac-cordinj; to the amount ot capital, that is to say: l^or every $5,000 or pari of $5,-00(1 atler the lirsl ^'.id.OOO up to ?1*)0,000 For every SlO.oOli or )iarl ot 510,000 after the firsl ?100,- 000 up to ?.".00,000 ........... $3.00 For every $100,00 or iiart of � 5100,000 thereafter ..........$20.00 .lOIlN 11. COWELL Clerk of the Loglslative ABsembly Ad. No. !� for SALE-1 computing scale, up to 1.-4 pounds;! l^ox typewriter with all modern attachments; 1 Sun typewriter, visible writer; 1 No. 2 Smith-Premier typewriter, nou-vislblo, cheap One 10-foot grocery counter, black ash, and a nice selection of house-hold goods. City 2nd Hand Store, 406 �th_St, Phone 142S. _ ,t3--6 for" SaEIE-PeeTlesT Inoubat Bgg. In first class condition, ?10.00. Apply 732 17th St. N., Phone 1682. 52-3 i''OR SALE-Lot 10, Block 1, Coal hurst, Alta, $35.00 if taken ut once. Apply Box 35, Herald. 52-3 FOR SALE-One delivery bob sleigh, complete less shafts. Before buying a sleigh see me. I have the machine and can turn out the work cheaper than any ono else. Sleighs from $10 and up. P. A. Harding, 140L 4th Ave, .\orllu_________ 52-G l>OR SALE-Organ, exceptionaUy'tlne tone and powerful Instrument, also a quantity of furniture. Apply after 6 p.m. Kelly 1407 1th Ave. .S.___50;:;:ji FOR SALE-1 concert grand planoTl Regal piano, 1 No, 7 Remington typewriter, 1 cream separator. 3 safes, 1 flat top desk, 1 Singer shoemaker's [:at{'lilng machine, stoves, ranges and a full hoiiHc o[ hiiOi class household gocd.'^ at the right prices. City Second Hand Store, 106 5th Street South. Phone 142.S^_ .10-6 FOl,S A.L!->-= irHe(T~plinb7~?iSO'.^^^^^^^^ good order. Mason & Rlsch. 47-0 JUDICIAE SALE OF VAim PKOPERTY Under and by virtue of the power j of sale provided by the Land Titles Act and under a certain mortgage which will be produced at the time of the sale, the North East Quarter of Section 14, In Township 11, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian, Alberta, will be offered for sale by Public Auction at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, at 2 o'clock In I the afternoon on Saturday the 11th 'day of March, A, D., 191H. The vendor Is mrormed that the above property consists of 160 acres more or less, situate about 15 miles from Coaldale Railway Station and 2 miles from iron Springs Post Office. , . � mod that 25 acres are under cultivation and that the soil is chocolate loam with clay sub. soli. The property is fenced on two ^ iiul north, with two strands of barbed wire. The property will be sold subject to la reserve price and subject to the taxes for the current year and to the reservations and conditions contained In the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the existing Certificate of Title, also subject to any Statutory charges for seed grain or other relief it any. TERMS OF SALE Terms of sale to be 20 per cent, in cash at the time of sale, the balance within 30 days, either all cash or part thereof, namely $1,000.00 by mortgage at 8 per cent, payable $100 ; on the iBt day of January in each of I the years 1917 and 1918 and the hal-'ance on the Ist day of January 1919. Other terms and conditions to be made known at the time of the sale. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. Lent, .lones, MacKay & Mann, Barristers, etc., Calgary Alberta. Solicitors for the Vendor. Dated at Calgary this ist day of '�'ehruary, A. 1)., 1916. Ad". W. FRANK WADDINGTON-It you arci contemplating an auction sale ot' your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effect.'?, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Loth-bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNINO G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours CorUflcato MT. Assn.. London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Gth Ave. A South. PLUMBER M. V/OLF-Sheet metal worker and Plumber, 713 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1715. 52-26 SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4lh _ Avenue South. ' 52-0 NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY THIS PAGE GOBS TfJ PR.-^SS AT I 0'CI.X)CK P, M. CLASSIFIED ADS HlMtrST BE DELIVERED BY THIS ,^ HOUR TO. ENSURE INSERTION /I THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. FOR SALE-(.'iiod organ,'was $�o.0O, now '.iS.OO. M'ABon & Rlsch, Balmoral Block.___47-0 ilORSFs Uought and sold. H. O" Itollag, Lettbrldge Sales Barn, 324 3rd St. S.^ /'hone 1552. __40--U Foil" S.A Lit-AifaU'a, timothy, niixuil hny, bluojulnt and straw ready lor . prompt shliwenl. All hay Inspected on fftrMieriy wagons. Natlonii'l Hay ' Assnclatlori grades. Farm Products , Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1777. ll��iaonco PUouo 305. 9-0 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Take notice, the time for recoivlug fitltlons for Private Bills at the next uesBlon of the LeglBlallvo Assembly syill expire on Tliursday the ninth day of March, 1916. John It Cowoll, Ad. No. N � Cloi'i J� Iho HouM. Pur.siumt to the Judgment and final order for Sale made In a certain action No. S905 by the Master in Chambers in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Calgary, there shall be offered for sale by public auction at the Court House, I^olh-hridgo. Alberta, by Malcolm Young, auctioneer at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 14th day of ,March. .V.D., 1916. the following lands, namely, the South West Quarter of Section 28, in Township 10, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian, Alberta. The vendor Is Informed thai the prc-perly consists of 160 acres, more or less, situate 2Vj miles from Nohlo-ford railway station and post office. The land is said to be all fenced with about ono inlle ot cross fencing and I.S said to Include a l'/{i storey, five roomed frame house with brick walled basement, a granary and a small chicken house and shack stable. The soli Is chocolate loam with clay subsoil and about 140 acres ot the land have been broken. The property will be sold subject to'a reserve prlcu fixed by the Court and subject to all tuxes -HUbsaquont to 31st December, 1915 and to the re-Bervallonu and conditions contained In the original grant from the Crown or appearing, qn the existing Certificate of. Title, � TERIM.S OF SALE 15 per cent deposit In cuBh at the time of the sale; 15 per cent In 60 days thorenl'ter without interest, and the balance in ecpial Instalments In one, two, and three years v/lth InleroBl nt 8 per cent, per annum, or, at the option of the purchaser the whole may bo paid within 60 days from the (late of the Httlu without Interest. In all other respects the conditions approved by Die .Master in ChamberH will a|)ply. For further particulars apply to Lent, Junes, Muekay & Munn, Calgary, Alberta, sollullora for the vendor. Da'.ed this 28lh day of January, A. D, 1916, iHlgued) Laurence .). Clnrki*. ClorU of the Court. Approved; L. F. Carry. � Maslor In Chamboru ' No. V, GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth SL South, Lethbridge - Hours: Day school, 9 a.m-4 p.m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arlth-' metlc, Spelling, Penmanship, Ottico Routine, English. Call or write for information. 50-12 - DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators. Paperhangflrs and Palnten; Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating �nd SIru Writing. Bstltnates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono. 1472; olUco phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., , Leth-bridge, Alta. IBO-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed Of sll kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell-Ing. Wo are In touch with the best mar'Kats. Storage Bpace tor rent, ""xcelient bnaement for peilshobJ* goods. Hyde & Saunders.' Phbho 1244. P. O. Box 112, 167-0 , W. A. HENDERSON A COY, I.ethbrldga : : : Medlcint hat Wlnnlpea -I*- � � Chartered Accountonti , *'x;ountaucy In all Its' braiichoi: Audit, Secretarial, Acj-viBory, Syfllematlzlcifc �nd Ti-ust iWork, luve�-itgttllpns, 'Ltquldatloni Acadia Building, Lethbrlaa* Resident R. J, RITCHIE PATER80N. ChaPtur�d Accountant (tJf.ot) Geo. B. Dixon & Co, FURNAC^ .vyoiRK ' Slieet Motal" CorttractorO" PHONE 105'/ P, O. BOX 834 Olllco; Hear Stafford BI09K., ,1 ;