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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRinGK DAILY HERALD MONDAY. JULY Ford-Canadian Manufac- ture of a.Ford Car from start to finish THE CELEBRATED ENGLISH DRAMATIC STA Constance Collii-r in "THE CODE OEMARCIAGRAV An engrossing Drama of Modern Fashionable Life nnd Frenzied Finance WILLIAM GARWOOD IN 'An Eye of Horns' LORD good reel Comedy EMPRESS ''THETURMOIL t B FEATURING VALLi VALLI I TONIC.HT MISCELLANEOUS WANTS situiil tent. Phone FEATURING THIS 5 ACT MF.TKO SPECIAL What (he Press Agents Say At the Orpheuin 'There will be a good general I'i-'- ture program at the Orpheum this evening. Manager Hanseu lias made arrange- ments with the Pantages vaudeville circuit for tile Pantages vaudeville shows to come here for one night a week, commencing next Monday. SITUATIONS VACANT for general house- Must be trustworthy and cum- Dftetlt. Apply lolli 7th Ave. smith. nioue_TJO. _ ___________178-0 once. Wet nurse ir. LetllbridiU'. consider going out of City it necessary. Apply Box Herald. _______IJl-S WAHEHOrSE.MAN have knowledge of grocery business. Apply Campbell. Wilson .t Home. Ltd. competent general ser- vant. Must ho good plain cook. Apply Mrs John llorne. 4th Ave. S. for a small num- ber of young cattle. Closy to city. Apply Box 23. llcrnlil. _ WANTKD" a "goodT'uijlch cow. Applv Metier, Monarch. _ Ooueriii" good wages to capable girl, must he able do plain cooking. APP'y SIS 12th (St. South. Ivor delivery. C.ive age. grade and price on any number up to one thous- top lings. Will also buy three cars stock hogs. Apply 11. Tarry. Phono D306 Lethbridge. WANT "Situation" by experienced automobile mechanic and gas engi- neer. Can furnish references. Apply Box 2ii, Herald. 183-6 WORK The "uudTreig'ned is prepared to repair steam engines and separators of any make or build and give complete J. M. Robertson, co. Arlington Hotel. Letu- A( the Empress Valli Valli. the gifted and versatile English actress, who is starred in "The High Road" and "Tho AVomah two recent Metro productions which were distinctly popular, will be seen on thn screen in Lethbridge again at the Empress theatre tonight in the "Turmoil." a five-part feature picture produced by the Columbia Pictures Corporation for release on the Metro program. This feature is a picturization of the famous novel of the same name by Booth Tarkington. the greatest living American writer. Mr. Tarking- ton is author of the well-known Pen- rod stories. "The Gentleman from In- diana." "Monsieur Beaucaire." "The Man from Home." "Cameo and other famous books and plays. (iQorge Le Coure is seen in the lead- ing male role and others in the strong supporting cast include Charles H. Prince. Ford. Tidmarsh aud Peggy- Hopkins. Also plenty of good clean At S Constance Collier, the English dramatic actress, who recently delighted Starland's patrons in "The r Fernie. .July (Special to the ot Robert. 11- lyear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Mc- iVanucll. took place here today from :the MfVanuell home to the Methodist church. The McVtiunell family are jwidely known and esteemed here. Mr. McVn'uuell is the superintendent of the Methodist Sunday school and Mrs. JMc.YanueVa valued teached of a class in the school. i "Bobbie." as everybody called the iitt'lr- favorite! was a regular attendant :at theVehool and the Junior League :of the Methodist church, and the Sun- 'day school turned out in a body and i preceded the cortege to the grave side. six of his little associate boy scholars acting as pall bearers. The Methodist church was crowded ,to the doors and Rev. D. M. Perley delivered a very feeling address. "On- ward Christian the favorite hymn of the departed boy. was sung. The drowrring ot" the boy happened at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jordan, near Robsou. B.C.. on Friday morning at 7 o'clock, i Mr. Jordan was away at Trail and 'the McVannell children, with their mother, were spending a holiday with their old friends the Jordans. i The two McVannell boys. Bobbie ;p.nd Fred. went, as they had often done before, to the float, the bottom a neighbor were buildins for their Joint use, to get a pal! of water. Bob- bie was at one end of the float and Fred at the other, but with their WANTED Saleslady for Dry Goods one with some experience preferred. Apply to .Manager The Simpson Co.. Limited.________________ steady lad to learn stereotyping. For full particulars ap- ply to The Herald. Ask (or Mr. Hay- ter. _ _____________17M i and wife for farm or siusle wuniau for cook. Highest wages paid. Apply Sick Farm, New Dayton. Alia. _ once, good general servant or housekeeper, attractive wages. Apply Mrs. Norman Peat, Uth Street South. WANTED An experienced sheep- herder, duties to commence right away. State wanted, board sell. IGoud accommod.i'ion provided. Slteld- jing Bros.. Jlacleul. Alia. Ho.v 3S5. Bridge S. D. No. 1 2334. Coalhurst. Alta., two teachers, salary ?S40 and 5730 per annum. Male teacher preferred for principal. School opens Sept. 1st. Apply MacNeil, Sec.-Treas. 172-12 WANTED At once, a young girl for kitchen. Must be clean and com- petent. Apply Hudson's Day Tea Rooms. 17S-0 and. Apply box erald. 178-tl top prices for bridge. 1S1-6 WANTED TO PURCHASE Have yon anything for sale. 1 will pay cash for second-hand goods of any Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubliers. shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Jloscovich. 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd Ave. South, or phone -175-21! _LOST_AND FOUND ______ Between Killf St. "North and' Gth Ave. A. N.. a bank book and black pocket book containing the sum of a few slips of paper and a pencil. Sit. 00 Herald. reward for return to ___ _ Girl's bracelet on Saturday evening, probably near !3th St. and 4th Ave., north, valued as a gift. Re- ward for return to May Annetts. 427 19th St. N. 183-0 FOR Miscellaneous Clood dry' kindling. Per Sash anil Dour Factory. 17S4 you SALE Second hund1 cars In good coiulllioii. Call at Standard Gar- age. 1'hone 664. _ ___ '_ __ 174-lZ FOR One used Walnut -Piano. }2fiO.OO. Miison Klsch, Limited, lial- raortil_ Block. 5th St. SouUl. __ IM NiTw Oliver typewriter. Apply at Armstrong aud Itaworlh Urns., 'Jewellers. Oth St. S. City. 17S-I! FuH good milk cows, heavy milkers. One and buggy ami harness. Heavy democrat for de- livery. Apply 729 14th St. N. Bnins- wick-lhilke pool tables. A snap if tak- en at once. Apply Grant t Moir, Bar- ons, "Albortu. FOR used organ. for quick sale. Mason 4i Rlsch, Lim- ited, 'Balmoral Ulock, 5th St. South 16C-0 TO KENT 7 Roomed fully modern house. No. 1263 5th Avenue South. In first class condition. Apply L. S. lllpley Co.. 711 3rd Ave. South, Phone 1034. TO fully modern five room- ed cottage at 970 10th St. S.. including gas. Apply 917 10th St. S.. Phone 1152. 178-11 In private home, a large front room, well furnished, gas heat, bath, phone and use of piano. Break- fast, if desired. Terms very -reason- able. Apply 614 6th St. South. 178-6 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE )C SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. llolmos graduate oftho Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massape and Uytmiastics Elec- trical Vilimiory and Therapeutic Light Trealuients. ICloctrolysls and Shampooing. Treatments given by aiiuolutiiient only. Room 1, Hull Bit SMITH Smith nnd Juno li. you are sick nncl want to roBiiin health, take spinal atljustmeiHs and got well. Consul- tation t'reo. pn'tco In residence, 803 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 0.30 to 5; 7 to II. Phono 11177. 146-26 (r FOP. (1th Avenue S.. has e rooms, modern, steam heat. per month. SOS Gth Ave. coltase. modern. SIC per mouth. T. M. Hun'. Alberta H'.fc., Lethbridge. TO on ground floor, in modern block, very reason- able. Apply W. F. N'olson Co.. 416 3th St. S.', Phone 1214. TO furnished or unfur- nished ill modern blocks, centrally located. Apply W. F. Nelson i- Co.. 416 Street S.. i.oiiihrtfM. Phone I 1S2-6 PRIVATE HOSPITAL II 4 PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Mateniity Home. Sepcial rates giv- en on application. 122-1 7th Avonuo South. Phono 74C. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Gth Avc.: South. Phone 315. 47-0 C DECORATING steer, white face. 3 year old, branded I, Rib. 510.00 reward for infor- mation leading to recovery. II. m__________________________ Wolf. New- Dayton. 1S3-0 rent; by quiet, respect- i dollars, two twenty doT- able people, three or four furnished or lar bills and one ten dollar bill. Some- partly furnished rooms su, able to, where in Lethbridse or on Macleod light housekeepmg. lloi.ll to phone) train on July 13th. Reward for return WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperbangera aad Knlsominiiig, Gennral Decorating and Sign Estimates given. The oldest established Painicrs in LelhbritiKe. Res. Phono 1-172; office phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, AUa. to Herald. tSl-6 formsarof honor and every womantias 'lent to Bobbie was his cries for help govern'various situations. The code Freddie, ten years old. at once ran of-Marcia Gray will win ready sympa-; to tie House, 50 yards away, and gave thy Suddenly" deprived of luxury by the'alarm, but when Mrs. McVannell rhe cowardice, of her husband at a and .Mrs. Jordan1 reached the spot crucial moment, she finds but one so- Bobbie was disappearing for the last Castie her former time. The body was recovered within sweetheart and friend of her husband.: twenty minutes but all efforts to re- Jlarcia's code met a great aud nnei-jseusitate the boy were unavailing peeled test, not from the usual tri-. and after four hours of work, in which angle of two men and a woman, but'Rev. Gordon Tanner, of Rossland. a in-what makes one of the strong, graduate in first aid to the drowning, human moments in a charming pro-1 did all in his power to bring life hack, auction. Miss Collier's wonderful per-'the little fellow showed no sign of sonalily in the portrayal of Marcia returning life. will appeal to every woman as I Mrs. McVailnel was prostrated by a marvelously exact duplication of I the sudden blow and is still suffering she would have to do and the shock. Mr. McVannel was uerience should she meet the resident of Lethbridge for several the same problem. An months'- before coming to Fernie. Both ture and one of universal interest. families came west from St. Thomas, Ont.. and are life-long friends. The drowning has cast, a gloom upon whole community and the sympa- i thy, of the whole town goes out to the {'bereaved parents and little brother in their severe-trial. Walter Jordan, who 'accompanied Mrs. McVannel to Fer- ule, returns to Robson Monday morn- Immediately lady to take charge tem- porarily of tea rooms. Must he first class cook. Apply at once to Manager Hudson's Bay Co. STRAYED From Hardieville on June 2lst, a hay marc with white spot on forehead and spot on shoul- der, hranded L ,ri over bar on left hip. S10.00 reward for information leading to recovery or return to R. Draper, Alta. 17S-6 Farmers' Feed Barn on 12lh inst, one chestnut pony mare, branded on left thigh. Owner can have .same on pay- ing expenses. u n I? "Far TilMlt Inspectors at Lothbridge, Coald h. U. 1-ltlHh A 01 and Magratli. All hay p Both large and small S.O.E. halls are j now open for rent for lodges, meet- j ings, dances, etc. J. BLACKBURNE CO.. Phone 1084. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG., OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Manager's) Residence Accountant's residence 1753. iale. paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself Tor not selling your bay- to us. Why not now? Stirling, one gray NOTICE In thf matter of the Court of Con- firmation of tho Tax Enforcement Re- turn of the Rural Municipality of I GOLDEN WEST 1653. Prompt service. PROPEUTi' FOR SALE FOR easy monthly pay nients, no interest, four roomed mod- era cottage on Sth St. S. Apply box 30. f Money to Loan W, F. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbntige. Alberta :are, 4 years old. and one bay mare Uvarnet-1 No" 36, take notice that His years old, both branded triangle Honour fudge .1 -A .Jackson, Judge of over WB on left hip. roward Court, has appointed Sat- for any information leading to recov- Sept. 9, 1916, at 10 o'clock a.m., ery. "w. D. Bixby, Stirling. Alta. i for jh'e Of llie Court of Con- firmation to confirm the Tax En- STH OR'" re-1 forcement Return of the Rural .Mum- ward. The above reward will ue paid cipality of Warner No. 3d. at the for information leading to recovery of the aforementioned cattle: Nine grade Shorthorns, 2 grade all branded on left ribs, most have end of right ear clipped off and split.____ I There is a suspicion that these may ihave been stolen and I will pay per head of cattle concerned for in- formation leading to the arrest and conviction of the guilty party or I parties. J. K. Perry, Cum P.O. 1S3-S1 j HE ME "Many are preparing to take in the excursion to Sarcee camp on Satur- day, 'July 2iith, to be run under the auspices of the Leihbridgp Red Cross society. -On that day the Duke of" Cpnnaught will review the trrops in training at Sarcee and ibis will likely lie .the last opportunity of visiting the ciimp before the Highlanders and lo- cal hoys with other units leave for the east. TJie special train will leave Ma- grath at 5 a. m., Raymond stirl- Lethbridge li: !S. NoRleford Barons C.armau- Champion Vulcan Ulackie Aldersyde Oko- toks Calgary leaving Cal. garv again on return at 8 p. m, stan- dard time, arriving at Letilbridge and Magrath at a. m. MIDY oftha BLADDER relieved In I 34HOURS Each Ca aulebearU] ap- the (Ml AUCTION SALE JULY 2.5th, C.l'.K.YAKDS HAT 'Commencing at i o'clock sharp of Horses IR head of these horses an: all heavy work horses, weight 1200 to 1600, all -broke; heail nf niares anil geldings, and o years.old, weight around I'SOO'Jbs.: r> head of yearlings. AM. GOOD WORK STOCK TERMS CASH COOK CRAWFORD Owners GEO. -SATTERLEE. A'jctioncer Valuable Farm For Sale l.VW Acres Highly sicress in SPECIAL PRICE AND TERMS, WITH' CROP. W. F. Nelsoii Co. .416 Sth Street South, Lethbridge AUCTION SALE At Diinmore Stock Yawls ON WED., JULY 26 Commencing at 1 o'clock p.m. Dunmore, 8 miles east Medi- cine Hat, junction of the Main line of C. P. R. and Crow's Nest line. 180 Head-or. Clyde Horses and Mares 85 Head Brood Mares, 40 ,ot these niares with colts- at foot. 25 Head of jind four years oltl. 30 Head of 2-year olds. 40 Head of Yearlings. The above stock is all of a good Clyde breeding. The mares of this bunch were, mostly ell sired by 'Gold Oust" the fam- ous Stallion from Tlie Sarnia Ranching Company, imported from the old country and have been using pure bred stallions every year. TEK.MS OF KALK. CASH and No Reserve. Am going out of tbe horse Oiilsid- erst bring bank references or marked clieiincs. Owned by the Rose Glen Ranch- ing Co., Medicine Hat, Alberta, GEO. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer .Medicine. Hat Municipal Office Building, X.B. quar- ter See "1 Twp. 5, R.-17, W 4th. Dated at Blakesville, Alta., the 2Sth dav of June 1816. E. TROCKSTAD, Secretary-Treasurer of the Hura Municipality of Warner No. j "H" (GARBUTT BUSINESS GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth St. S., Lethbridge. Open all summer. Special hours July and August. Day school. S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Mondny day, T.oU to 'J.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 WELDING I OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The tANDS _ _ TO TRADE 20 acres of improved rigated garden tract for clear house In Lethbridge. For sale, S20 acres land, partly improved, lU miles from THE LAND TITLES ACT. MORTGAGE SALE 0 FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of sale provided by this Land Titles i Act and under a certain Mortgage town, at snap, price per acre. wm be at the time on easy terms. T. M. Huff, 457, Leth- j 0( sale_ liie west ]lalf of Section bridge, Alta. FOR acres on Todd> Creek- north of Cowley, about 200 irrigated, 100 in timothy, water right goes with the farm, two li floors and box tock; hay reorr, for 1-JO large barns, with plank i on thi stalls, hold 100 head ot D- -at 1J 28, in Township 11, Range 21, West of the 4th' Meridian, Alberta, will lie offered for sale by Public Auction at the Court Mouse, Lethbridge, the 29th day of July, A. ('clock noon. tons: six The vendor is informed that, the i room house, with good soft water and above property consists of 320 acres, telenhone in. Creek runs by the barns more or less, situate about 1316 miles ..-ith plenty of good fishing. The! from Nobleford Railway Station and modem method of uniting metals by heatins without, hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld it. Tbe piece will he strongest where il Is welded. W. N. Kutli, "'21 Hill Street South, next to Herald. 179-0 BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Innuiro for quotations when buying or sell- ing. We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods R O Hyde H Co. Phone 1244. P. 0. Box 112. vDONT FORGET BY ONE O'CLOG.W TO IN- f SURE INSERTION ON THE SAME I DAY AS DELIVERED. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF HORSES ON TUESDAY, JULY 25ttl Commencing 1 o'clock sharp AT BRATTEN'S LIVERY BARN Bow YD' ADSE FORSTHIS The Proim-tv will be sold subject to i reserve price and subject to the 'OP the current year and to the j reservations and conditions contain-1 ed in the original grant from tho Crown or appearing upon the exisring Certificate of Title; also subject to any statutory charges registered prior or subsequent to date of sale, for seed grain or other relief, if any TERMS OF SALE Terms of sale be 20 por cent casli at the time of the sale, the bal- ance within HO days thereafier, either all cash or part (hereof, namely. by mortgage at K per cent per annum, payable on Ihe 1st day of November in each of the years 1017, 1918, 1019 and 1920. and ilie balance of-SGOO.OO on tho 1st day qf November, 1021. Other terms and conditions to be made known at tho time of the sale. further particulars apply to the undersigned. Lent, Jones. Mackay Mann. Barristers, Grain Ex- change Bldg., Calgary, Alberta, Soli- citors for tho vendor. Oated at Calgary, Alberta, this 20th da'y of June A. D. 1910. j Approved. A. T. Kinnami, Deputy Registrar. C 30 head of marcs and geldingt AM broke. Ranging in from 1200 to 1500 and from 4 t< 8 yearn old, FOUR SMALL PONIES TERMS CASH. Clint Uicky. J. A. 3M1TH, NO RESERVE. Miles Kenny, L ELECTRICAL: (SUPPLIES ANQ ALL KINDS OF ELEC. TRICAL WORK WX. McKenssic Co 637 718 3rd Ave S. WAR VETERAN ?WHEN YOU HAVEA JOB TD OFFER Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardSlufchhury, Hury. OR Returned Soldiers' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. Pony Express and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE 408 Fifth phonc 632 Street South DRAYJNG OF ALL KINDS .GARDENS PLOUGHED DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Accouchcr. Hours p.m. Ofl'ico 1114 Third Avciwo. Phono 1263. DH. TAYLOR Enr, Eyo, Nose anrt Tliroul; 11B Shorlock lllilg. Offlco Iiours ovonlngs by up- polntniont. Phonos: Offlco H41, Ilo- siclonco 593. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY 4 JAMIE- Offlco, Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office H19; P.oslticnca Office hours: 11 to '12 a. m. 1.30 to 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A.. Surgooa, Accoucher. 1324 Avenue North, Iiours 1 to 4 7 to i. Plioua 476. DENTAL c__ DR. M. J. graduata of Hoyal College of Dental Surgeona Toronto, and holder of a Doiuiuici Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryau Bloclt. Phono 1071 DR. L. T. (succesao to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 11C5, Lethbridge, Alta. 170- DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart aud Me Clurc. Hours: 9 to a. Office. Hie inbotlmm Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. mem ber ot Royal College of Surgeons (Ens. Licentiate Royal College Physicians L.D.S. 1900 Hours: Office: Higinbothnm Block. Phono 1616. UNDERTAKING J T. S. Fetterly Leading Funera Director ami Embalmer; also- agen for the Somerville Marble Gran ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phonu 661. Re- sidence 2S1 7th Avo. S., Phone 1176 Open day and night. S. Y. Funers Director. 803 3rd Avenuo South Phone 1802. Open night and day. MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Planofortn Playing and Theory. Supervision o H. C. C. Salmon, ot pupils enterei for the examination of the Hoya Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London, Bug. This year 100 per cent, were succcssfu'.. Studio 623 9th street BOUth. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168, 1253 6th Ave. A. South. c DYEING AND CLEANING THE In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 18U 324 Sixth Street South, OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING re-mads and cleaned; suits made to order; beat work. Only dyeing works In tho city. Phone 444. 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 iith Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale your tanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable. terms. Twen- ty years' experience. SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work dono promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank 611 4th Avenue South. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Frelghc Shsdx PHONES: Office 118J Ciabl............ 10fi4 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Acadia Building, 3rd Ave. 8., Lethhrldge. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. KvervthiiiB Acconnlancy, Au- dits. Investigations, liooks kept, or writton-up for Firms and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal. I.umlicr, Mining. MiilMifacturins Wliolcsalo aud llolail Accounting. Hcsldent Purtner, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;