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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRipGEllDA Ifi^ HEttAED SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916 E�|| ^ CHARLES TROWBRIDGE and MULE DIANE IN !SS-The Siren's Song EVERYBODY WILL FLOCK TO SEE THESE THRILLING "PUNCHES" The death-defying chance taken by a man hurled overboard seventy-five feet in mid-ocean. . The fist fight on board the liner; which Is the most realistic that has ever appeared In films. John Grey discovered by Blake In Helen Granger's apartments In the hotel and the terrific scene that follows. The realistic run on the bank and the wrecking of the inside of the massive building by, the frenzied depositors. Also plenty of good clean comedy to make you laugh. RPHEU Special Picture Feature-It is rarely you have the opportunity, of seeing such a splendid film. Positively last appearance tonight. tomgiit Pricei only 10c and 15c Hobart Bosworth in ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTKD-Good genornl servant at once. Apply Phone 157^. "9-1 WANTED - B.sperlRnced maid for Bonoral houso\vork,,. Apply 1507 4th Ave. South; � ' 65-0 WANTBD-A girl, for Ktmeral houao-work, small funiilly. Knqulre 1234 4th Ave, s;___,. sn-0 WANTKD-A strong lad about 17 venrs o( age. Apply Uox U; HoraUl OfflcK. ; � , . ' S9-2 MAJESTlC-2 ^,;-nexi Mon. Tues. Feb. 21-22 NIGHTS- AT 8.15 MATINEES AT 2.15. The Basil Corporation. B. S. Courtney, Manager PRESENTS 0. W. GRIFFITH'S MIGHTY SPECTACLE" Ten times Bigger Than The Blggsst Circus 18,000 .^eoplc 3,000 Horses Cost $500,000 Km Car Load of Electric and Scenic Effects 12 Skilled Stage Mechanics More Wonderful . Than "Ben-Hur" or An> Other Production WITH OWN TRAVELLING SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA :]0 MUSI0IAX8 SEATS NOW SELLING at HEDLEY'S "lJT>T/-i-ptI NIGHT:.................. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. J-JXXV^IjO MATINEE.......................... bOc, 75c, $1.00 PARAMOUNT PICTURES NEXT WEEK'S FEATURES M(HMlny-'rues(lji>' "The Strange Case of Judge Legarde'' A Play Seething with Mystery and Emotions The Eminent English Star CYRIL MAUDE In Ibsen's Immortal Drama PEER GY'XT" LAST TIME TONIGHT IVY CLOSE IN "DARKEST LONDON" WHAT THE PRESS Agent ^ SAYS MAJESTIC 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. "Birth of a Nation Opens Monday At the Majestic The management of the Majestic vish to draw the attention of the public to the fact that all seats for 3Ionday night's performance'of "The Birth of a Nation," must be paid for ; by noon on Monday, otherwise un-| claimed reservations after that hour i cannot be guaranteed. There is a great .demand for seats for all four performances, ^ and it is an assured fact that "The Birth of a Nation" will be witnessed by the largest audiences on record at the Majestic. A jiumber uf good scats are still available for either of the four performances, and intending patronj will do Awell to get their scats tonight at Hedley's. Special attention is drawn [to the tact that the matinees will start at 2.15 p.m. sharp, and night shows at 8.15 sharp. To avoid inter-fuptions to those already seated, lata comers will not be seated alter the jjerlormance has started, until the conclusion of the first act. These arrangements are found to be necessary, 'in order to facilitate the handling of the great crowds that are expected. � By far the best vaudeville .seen here lor "some time was offered at the .Majestic last night, to a well filled house, each of the four acts scoring HP individual hit. iDon Taylor opened the show with a most, clever vuntriloquial sketch, jv'cxt on the bill came a neat little pomedv playlet, entitled "The Waif," ably presented by Joe Bannister and t'ompany. Singing their way into the iitmtts of the audunco came The Clark Sisters, two dainty girls who are bfimmine over with harmony and personality. They were forced to re-: ^pond to numerous encores. /Then oarae the surprise of the evening with the appearance of Miss \ithe\ May, billed as "The Mystic Majd.". Profound amazerotnt was fully evident, and to this minute people am doubtless asking themselves "How does she do it ?" Miss May olters ^n astounding exhibition of mind reading, answering all manner of que.s-ftions submitted bv the audience rap-jdlv and correctly. : The usual run of good pictures, in-.cluding the latest Keystone comedV, Completed the bill. The same performance will be re-peatcil tonight. At the Orpliciiiii .! Mr. Makareuko, who is presenting ,"A Bream of the Orient" at the Or-pbeum next week, has had manv ex- TONIGHT! VAUDEVILLE "The Mystic Maid" ETHEL MAY & CO DON TAYLOR JOE BANNISTER & CO. CLARK SISTErI KEYSTONE COMEDIES ORCHESTRA PRICES- 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c perienccs, born in Kussia he was for years a Cossack in the Czar's army and took part in the Husso-Japanese war when he distinguished liimself and won recognition from his superiors. After the war he decided to migrate to America, where lie has bten very successful : from .the first he entered the theatrical business in different capacities and has had e.vpericncc in all the many branches of tlie business, circus, dramatic, opera, vaudeville and motion pictures, and is now, with Madame Makaranko, louring the I'antages circuit at tlie head of his own company, presenting a magnilj-cenl musical spectacle with many features, mainly thr operatic solos oi Madame Makareuko and the dancing of .Mr. Ivola. i The .\ustralian Creightons are a j versatile pair, tliey combine juggling ' and tumbling in a manner that make the audience lake notice. l''abec and Waters present their singing and Comedy palter oflcring, entitled "Nit-. ly Nonsense." i There will be Uirec goud acls un tiie , bill as well as the usual picUires. NOTICE Take notice that the City of Leth bridge will make application al the-next sittings of the J'rovincial Legislature for an Act amending the Leth-bridge City Charter by giving tht-Council power to impose a penalty not exceeding twelve per cent per annum for all taxes or portion of taxes unpaid on the dales fixed by by-law, and furth t to give the City Council power to raisy money by way of treasury notes upon the security of unpaid taxes. Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, this 7th day of P'ebruary,' A. D.. 191t;. W. S. BALL, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. WANTIOD-Maid Cor peneral housp-ttork. .-Vpply ilrs. Lntferty. 4H 6th Street South. ' . .-.t-___�7-0 n'ANTED-A woman tor housework in u ..Apply phone R tilo, '��V (57--2 WANTEl^-^Mnn and wife for farm work, Man must, be able to niUk. Apply box It!, ttei^ld. 56-fi WANTEB-Flrs,t 08 3rd Ave. S. "" 68-^6 SI;)F?VAWT WANTED-Good girl for all round houBewqj'k. Apply .t;81.t 4th Avenue South. -i. 59-3 WANTEO - Good capable servant, able 10 do plaiu cooking. Apply to .Mrs. S. .laclison,.;n.S I2th St. .IS-6 WANTEIV-Housekceper at Gait Hospital. Apply Superintendent's office. _______^____59-1 U'AXTED-j^Experlenced "gifr for" general house work on farm. Good wages. Apply Mrs. .T. P. Thorn, Coaldale. Alberta. Phone R 801'. 56-(i Winter Wheat Wanted for (Exhibition piir-|)osjes. ii* you have it tuminiiuiicate with A. II. McKEOW^ LETHBRIDGE IMMIGRATION HALL LAND WANTED-To rent half section or more of land suitable to bo seedod to wheal In the spring. Reliable party -address Uox 41, Herald. 54-G EXCHANGE-Your Alberta land for property in the Spokane, Wasl',., country. Woods Realty Co., Coeur d'Aleno Idaho. r.7-fi 8UPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED- BHAMPOpINQ-MISS K. M. Holmol gradunto of the Pennsylvania Orlh-opaedic Instltuto, Medical Mnsango and Qyni(\iast!c8 iSwedish), Electrical Vibratory and Thorapoutlc UKht Trfiotments, ]5lectroly�l3 and Sham-pooing Treatmonls given by ap-polntmoDt only. Room 1 Hull Blk CHIROPRACTORS TO RENT-PivB-acre irrigated tract In the Kane acres, fenced with Page wire fencing. $60.00 for the season. Phono 1702. 54-G SM;TH a SMITH-Hyrum Smi'.h and June B. Smith-Chiropractic splnnl adjufltmonts win euro your chronic complaints. Call in and talk It, over Offfco In residence, 'JOS 7th Avo. S. Hours iO-^13; 2-5; 7--9. Phonr 1677. 43-25 WANTI5D-At once, woman cook for jmnll hotel dining room, plain cooking. State wages. Apply Box D, Coleman, Alta. 57-6 WANTED-Steam engineer having S years experience and holding final Alberta papers, wants work with eitlier threshing or plowing. Address Box M. Great Falls, Monl._ ____^58-12 WANTED-T^'achii-^foYltoTling Green School District, one with experience and first or second class qualifications preferred. School open March lat. Apply with full iiartlculars, to the secretary, E. C. Finders, Retlaw, Alberta. 57-^6 WANTED--Men and women to learn barberlng. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 81.' Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE At StarlaiHl For the last times tonight will be shown the great romantic drama, "Darkest London," a play replete Willi thrilling scpiic.'i and excellent acting, also the latesi War Cia/.etle and two excellent comedies. On Monday and Tuesday next an-otlicr splendid Paramount picture, "The Curious Conduci of .Judge Lc-gard" will be the feature. This is tlie story of i) southern judge who has had his brain allectcd by the kick ci a horse and who develops jv dual nor-sonality. When noii compos inenli;; lie commits several crimes, and obliterates any clue 's to the pernetrator, with the cunning of a maniac Lionel Barry more is the leading actor, of an all-star cast in this production, ami as his brother John Darrymoro is the foremost laugh producer in Parn-inount pictures, so is l.,ionel one of the greatesti dramatic artists, shown on the screen. Don't forget that the I'arainount Travel Series commences next Friday and Saturday. Pursuant to tlie Order of His Honor Judge Jackson, made the lOtU February, 1916, in a certain action wherein The Great West Permanent Loan Company i.s Plaintiff and Archie L. Sertr and Cyril Grist, are Defendants, the following lands situate in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, Being composed of Lots Eleven (11) and Twslve (12), according to a plan of subdivision of Lots Sixteen (16) an4 Seventeen (17) in Block Three (3) as shown on a plan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in the Land Titles Office for the South Alberta Land Registration District as "Lethbridge 406 R" being also of record in said Land Titles Office as 'Lethbridge 143 A". Reserving unto His Majesty, His Successors and Assigns, all coal mines, coal pits, seams and veins of coal and the riglit to work the aaiiio, will be offered for sale by public auction on Saturday the Eleventh day of March, 1916, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge. Sale will be subject to a reserved bid whicli has been fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions will bo made known at the time of sale, or can be aHOortained from the undersigned ; solicitors. ' The said property is situate on 21st Street between 5tli and 6th Aveiiuos North, In the City of Lethbridge, On the said land there is said to'be a I out) siorey fiB.ine dwelling 30 x 28 ft, ! on brick foundaUon. The dwelling i is said to contain four rooms and to ;be heated with hot air furn^oo; and � has water eounect'.ons. The said : premises are said to be In a fair . state of repair. I Dated at the City of Luthbridgo, Ihls lOth day of February, A. 1)., 1916 I Conybeare, Church, McArlhur & ' Davidson, Hanisiei'K, SolicltorH, etc., Conybeare Hlock, Lethbridge, Alta. .Malcolm "I'oung, Esci. ; .Auctioneer. No. C. Salberg Grain Co> SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID, TO SHIP-MENTS 0� QRAIN TO MOOSE JAW Do you want to earn $10 a week or more in your own home ? Reliable persoim will be furnished with profitable, all-year-round cmpiovnient - on Auto-KnlUlnB Machines, JlO per week readily earned, Wc teach you at home, dlstanco la no hindrance. Write for particu-larn, ratea of pay, end ac. iitamp. AOTO.KNnTER HOSiBRV COi' (/t~t> at Lcicettcr, Ene'.anal _ . WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight wecVs qualifies ; tools tree ; v/ages while learning ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated catalogue and particulars free. Mo'.cr IBar-faer College, B04a Centre St:, Calgary. 37-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Used piano, $180.00-In good order. Mason & Rtsch, 47-0 FOR SALE-Used organ, was $90.00, now 38.00. :aiasQH & Klsch, Balmoral Block. 47-0 LAND FOR SALl!>-Cholce Improved farms, Vi and. Mi sections, at $1(1.00 to $20;00 per aero, on crop payments. N. n. Peat & Co. 10 Macdonald BIk.. Lethbridge, Phone o70._..5ft-6 FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE-Good quarter section, splendid district, fenced, no buildings. What have you to exchange. Six clear title building lots to exchange for automobile. Apply W. M. Glllolan, 1222 3rd Ave. South. 59-1 FOR SALE-160 iicres four miles from Milk River. 100 acres broken, moat of same In crop 1915, all fenced; house, barn, well, etc. For immediate ?ale. $11 per acre. Cash required for Iransfer. only $460.00, balance on very sasy terms. A. M. Dowsley; for interview, phone 18'J1. 50-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Contract for plowing with ite&m outfit. Hreakiug sod or stubble plowing. Apply box l'3, Herald. 56-0 WANTED-Situation by young mar-,vled man. Window dresser, ticket writer, salesman. G. Freeman, Box 36, Herald. ,-,9-3 WANTBD-Situation by man and wife on farm or ranch. Wife as cook and liousekeoper (bachelors) preferred.) Man as gasoline engineer. Will go separate or together. Apply Box 37 Herald. 51)-1 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarlijtL's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Spoclal rates given on aFPllcatlon. 1224 7th Avenue South, Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, grudiiato nuruct. 704 �th Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 V I A V I ViAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas. 61!i 10th Street South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING ^ VA'-'^J-SpeclallBtR In French ury Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most sclenttflo methods applied without injury; to garments. Our work is sure to please vou Collect and deliver. Phono ISI' 324 Sixth Street South MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A small building to use as a garage. Slate price and size to box 45, Herald. 55-O WANl'ED-A supply ot fresh cream testing ;i5 to 40 per cent. Apply Box 21, Herald. OU-2 FOR SALE--22 high power rifle. Sav-age make, n'suap. : Apply at Herald office. � ' 59-6 WANTED-Five passenger Ford car; must be a .bargain and first class condition; Apply Box 14,>Herald. 58-6 OUR CITY D-irEINQ AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Furs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; blat ^:"k. ^Only dyeing works In the city. Pfione '1*4. AUCTIONEER ^AiVw''!,'-^",^' .'-""M Auctioneer. All Vinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job lots of Btochfl ot mercnandiie piirehaaod. I will els-o buv the on tire contents of fiimlahed houses Head ofUcB at ihe WIlsou Fv.mlti;i-> Co., 4(fi L-Jtb df. NJortb LathMdi-Z Prone 1023. *^ * OR. W. 3. QALBRAITH-PhyMclan, Surgeon, Accouciior. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Offlco 014 Third Avenue. Phono 1263( OR, TAYLOR-Bar. Eye, Nose ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Dldg. Offleo hours 10-112;'2-5; evenlnw by np^ polntmcnt. Phones: OfCico 841. Re- sidonco 593. DRS. CONNOR, MeNALLY �. JAMIE-SON-Offleo, 109 Slmrldck Block. a^elephoncB: Office 310; KesUletice 1090. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to ;'..:',o; 7 to 8.p.m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dontlst. graduate ot Ro.vnl CoUepo ot Dental Burgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certincato, Office: BOomt 6 and e. Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (succossof to Drs. Courtice & GllchrlHt)-Graduate 'University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. LethbrldRO, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. SiicocBSors to Drs. Stowarf and Mo-Clure Hours: 0 to E. Office. Hlg-inbotlmm Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member ot Royal College of Surgeons. (Kng. Mcentlato Royal College ot Physicians (London.) UD.S. 1900. Houm: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8 Hlg-Inbolham Block. Pliono 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Lcadlng Funeral Director and Embalmor; also agent for the Somorville Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Oltico opposite Court House. Phono ()61. Residence 284 7th Ave. S., Phono 117S. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST-Embalmor & runoral Director. 808 3rd Avonun fionth. Phono 1803. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations ot the Royal AcBdemy and Royal College of Music. London, Eng., For further jjartlcular.s, apply to H. C. C. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, Instnic-tcr In Kt ringed and Instni-ments. Phone 1677. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbridge. Alta. 35-0 FOR SALE-12 gage Remington pump gun, in, good condition.- Apply 416 Sherlock Blk. ' 55-6 ! WANTED-A second hand 32 or 40 j li.p. Reeves plowing engine. Alberta i boiler: must be in good condition. ' State register number and price to :G. Malohon & Sons, Stavely, Alta. I Box 67. 49-26 FOR SiVbE-Household furniture. Ap-ply; V217J 7th^ A'variue ' S. 56-6 FOR SALE-A pair of large wagon scales and two heating stoves. Apply 413 3rd, St. South. 56-G FOR SALE-A number of pure bred single comb R. I. Red Cockerels. .^Vp-ply 1324'4th Ave. N., phono-476. 54-0 FOR SALE-100 head of good work liorses, maros and geldings, from 1200 to 1500. All broke. Bonnell's Livery.. Lethbridge. 54-fi FOR SALE-A sacrifice if taken at once, 10 Blue Andalusians, including prize winners, 10 other hens and a 100 egg incubator; 1902 9th Avenue North. 54-6 FOR SALE-One team bay mares 7 years old. In foal, and with colts by side. .Mares weigh 2300. Also harness and running gear with rack. Cheap for cash. Apply 715 14th St; South. 55-6 FOR SALE-Five passenger Ford car. in first class condition. All new tires. Apply Box 39, Herald. 58-5 FOR SALE-36 h.p. double simple Ruinely plough engine; 44-64 Nlck-ols a. Shepherd separator. Cook 3haek and bunk shack. Two 16 barrel water tanks, with pumps and hose, -jne 3% Webber wagon. Apply box to. Herald. 57-6 FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH-Anv erican-Abel 32 horse compound plow engine, Rumely Separator, 40-64; Garr-Scott Separator 40-64 with new Harden City feeder on. .Set'. Cock-3hutt plows, 12 frame, 10' bottoms, both stubble and breaker. 'Stewan loader; bunk car and cook ca.r fully equipped; also two {Water tanks with wagons, pumps and hoso. Addfpss UoxJS, Horalii Office. ._� J-^ti^a FOR SALE-XUalfaT^ UmotlTyr mixed hay, bluejolut and straw . redely! for prompt shipment. Ali hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National � Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 TO RENT TO RENT- Comfortable bungalow cunirally located, across from Victoria Mansions; all modern conveniences inciuillng gas range, window shades, elocliollers. Apply to Frecl W, Downer, Victoria Mansions office, or Ihe C. B, Bowman Agency, Acadia Block.________59-0 'To" KEN'i'-In Nortir rjellibiidgo, i' acres garden lami all ready for crop, couiploto wiUi small liouae and fonc-ed. Rent one-third crop. On 7lli Ave, S., % acre and small dwolUns, very close In, $5 per month. Apply owner W. M. OlUelnn, 1222 3rd Ave. b. 59-1 FOR SALl-;-Good wheat land and rancli land $10 per acre and up. Farm lands on crop payments. Alberta land to trade for land in the Stales. Improved land in B. C. to trade for Alberta land. Best house in the city to trade on good halt section. Improved irrigated land to trade for wild land. Two ten acre garden tracts with buildings on, price $1150 and. $1300; $100 cash, balance $10 per month at 7%. Best restaurant In the city for sale. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbridsu Alberta. 55-0 LOST AND FOUND STRaVeD-a red cow branded quarter circle over 5N on loft side, one black cow same brand; two-yoar old bull, no brand. Finder please notifv C. R. Daniels. 54-6 FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemplating an auction sale of rou- farming stock, stock-iu-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Vl'addlngton, Leth-hrldu-e, who will glvp yon expert service on reasonable tcnns. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 J. -l-.. _____- ANNOUNCEMENT-Mr. H. McG. Young wishes to announce thai on and after the isl of March he v ill bH iiicpared to tea(^'^ ll.-ind Cultun'. or Finger Technique, using Clavier, Tables, etc.. combined with New England (Conservatory Instruction books and pieces for primary pupils. A limited amount of teaching done al pupils' residences. Studio; Or-plieuni Thratro Block. Room 4; residence Y.M.C.A. 58-6 PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Pfano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Asac, London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 11C8. 1253 6th Ave. A South. PLUMBER M. WOLF-Sheet metal worker and Plumber, 713 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1715. 52-26 LOST-Last year, one light grey gelding, branded 5H over 5, on right hip, also one bay mare, branded JF (Joined) on right shouider. ?tfl reward on returning to '1'. Newton, butcher, llar-diovllle. Alia. 56-6 BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROO.M-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 J3tb St. North. 34-0 notjcj: Notice Is hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of The Irrigation Act, the Government of the Province of Alberta have filed the nocpiisnry memorial niul plans required by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act, with the Commissioner of Irrigation, at Calgary, Alberta. The applicant applies for the right to Impound suftlclont water In a Coulee on the northwest quarter ot Section 28, township 11, Range 19, west of the 4th meridian, to fill a reservoir created by the erection of a dam for domostlc purposes, and for the right to construct the necessary works, as shown by the memorial and plana tiled, to enable tho water ho diverted to be used for the said domestlo use of the community. The said Northwesl quarter of Section 28 Is also affected by riglu of way for the proposed worlcs. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 7th day of February, 1910. L. Q. Charlasworth, Deputy Minister of Public Works No, B, Applicant. SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called fur and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4tli Avenue aouth. 52-0 FOR SALE BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND IJo you want 120 acres adjoluinn the new town of Bull River on the now Kootenay Central R.R.? It Is fenced by the river on one side and tho railway on tho other. All bottom land and level, no rocks, splendid soil, easily cleared. Will iiiako a splendid alfalfn, clover or timothy, field, lots of wild mountain range adjoining. Parties operating on lUIs land can live In town. Only the railway rlghtaway Intervening. Tiie town of Bull River Is a new, clean, up-to-date and progrosslvo place, ctmtalniiig a largo lumber operation. Price $40 per aero, quarter cash, balance easy terms. Purchaser can pul on 5(1 or too head of call o in the spring and make money f'om the 'Start. . . . ,A. � -p,-liVnd, �  � .3Veatern Canada Lumiiur Co. Phone 516, LolhbrIdg(!. Alta. Ad. No. K GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge - Hours: Day school. 9 n.m-4 p.m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday ovonlngs, 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, SrelUng, Penmanship, Office Rrutlno, English, Call or write for Information. 50-12 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorat ora. PaperhanRsrs and Painters; Knlsomlniug, General Decorating and SIg-n Writing. Estimates given. The oldest cstabMshed Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; odlco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta. ISO-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Fend of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or selling. Wo are In touch with tbe best markets Stornse space for rent �'xcellent baacment for peitshable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 THIS PAGE GOES TO PRfOSS-AT 1 0'CIX)CK P. .M. CLASSIFIED ADS Mir^T BE DELIVEHICD IIV THIS HOUR TO RNRHRE INSKKTJON THE ..SAME DAY AS ORDERED, Geo. l\. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Cpntractors PHONE 1067 � P. 0. 80X1634 Offloe:- � Heai> ;Bta^ord Qlock.'. NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I. the undersigned, hereby give notice that 1 have sold and asslguod all my Intorost In the "(Commercial Cafe" carrying on business ut No. 210 Fifth Street-South, Lolhbrldgo, and will not llablo. for any debts or llablli-ties of tho said Cafe Incurred subsequent to tho 3rd day of February IB16. No; F, � JAMES paj.'l-'Aa. Transfer .i^9AL il O. .D.-'- street South. * ""UC ; ORAYINQ, C^K ALL KINDS J) W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Lethbridge : : : Medlcln* h�i Winnipeg -tb~ � ; ; t ^ Chartered iAceountiint� ' 4''x:ouutancy In all Its brancboa: Audit, iSocretariai. Advisory. Systematlzioii and Trust Work, inve*. ll�atiou8, Liquidatloua, Acadia Building, Lethbrlagt Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATER80N, Charturad Accountant ib,.oLi DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. l;iinitcJ(l. ^ Office-C. P. R,;|tr(Si0h�- Shtai;* PHONES; .-ji- Office ......lies , Stables ......j;.,,..:i064;V v-..;'.:, .r:,,.:�i,':'"V,lj',l^"r-:-" J mm. A. ;