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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRIDGli DAILY HE1ULD THimSDAY, JUNK 15, LAST TIMES TONIGHT A BABY Mac Murray in 'TO HAVE AND TO HOLD' AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD PROGRAM SATURDAY THE GREATEST THREE-REEL BROADWAY STAR FEATURE "THE MAN HE USED TO BE" CARTOON: "THE KNAVES AND THE TRAVEL (SERIES ALSO A TWO-REEL FEATURE FhATHtK A I vvu-nccL. rcMiunc FMPRESV-'THE TARGET-pHflfilES I A LAST TIME ll Featuring Hobart Bosworth, also War LjUIDIIU IN II UI II TONIGHT Weekly and Comedy H III What the Press Agents Say VAUDEVILLE ADOLPHO Versatile Accordeonist MACK WILLIAMS Dancing WILSON Comedians GREAT SANTELL CO. World's Foremost Athletes 7 REELS MUTUAL MOV.ES ORPhEUM ORCHESTRA VAUDEVILLE At the Orpheiuii Four of the best acts ot vaudeville yet to be seen at the Orpheum tonight and will be here for the ba! auce of the week. In thy Great San- tel and Co. Lethbridge theatre-goers are assured of something a little bit different from the usual run of. vaude- ville. The other three acts are up to standard and include singing, talking and dancing acts. There is not a dull moniest in the entire bill. With the Orpheum orchestra and a good pro- gram of pictures, the public is assured of an up-to-date entertainment. Free Lecture First Church of Christ. Scien-. tist, of Lethbridge, Alberta, an- nounces a free lecture on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, by Prof. Hermann S. Herlng, C. S. B., member of the Board of Lec- tureship of the Mother Hirst Church, of entrst, in Boston, Massachusetts, to be givsn in the i'-M.C.A. Auditorium Ou Friday June 16th 1910, AT 8.30 O'CLOCK You and your friends are cor- dially Invited to be present. At the Empress Tonight, the Red Feather feature. The Target." with Hobart Bosworth in the leading role, will be again seen. Charlie Chaplin will also be seen in the second run feature. "Work." This is a dandy. For .Friday and Saturday, the big Bluebird feature. "The Great Prob- em." will be seen. This is the story of an in criminology made by a district attorney, with a girl who has been born in criminal surround- ings, and knows nothing but what is evil. At Starland 'To Have and To which was shown at Starland last- night, and which feature for the last RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lcthbridgs by the Herald Job Department. Phone 1252. ON SUB'S Ottawa. June following statement has been issued by the mi litia department tonight: "Some comment has been excited by a recent order in council limiting to 20 days' pay the amount of pay which a soldier should be permitted to assign, in some quarters this lias been criticised and it has been stated in the western press that a deputation intends to go from Winnipeg to Ot- tawa to ask for the rescinding ihe -der in council. It is not at all likely that such a deputation would succeed in its purpose. "A private soldier is a day, with an allowance brings his money up to a nr a month for thirty days. His wife gets "ram the government a separation al- lowance a month and iu addi- tion a portion of his pay which he as- signs to her. Hitherto the soldier lias been allowed to assign as much as he and many assigned almost all :heir earnings. Inconvenience follow- ;d and a short time ago it was repre- sented by the militia authorities over- j eas that men who had assigned more i hau twenty pay ot" their, rank lid not .leave themselves euougli money, and often got into financial lifficulties, owing to their generosity. Accordingly the order in council was iassed limiting the assignment to 20 ays' pay. "If a private soldier in England as- igns 20-days' .pay a of oO days, to TliTs leaves WANT I'M. summon the or qthpr -that rieedad for the hetftj er home, r1; TO KENT TO voaifortubly turn ed--fronts, suitable for, light house keeping., Couple pre l. Apply Uox 42, Herald. TO' RENT Largo, well furnished rotfju; "suitable (or oue or two guntle- iiVoh. Bronhfust 1C desiruU, 623 _Streot, Sou_th._ __ ____141-0 1 y modern six-room- od house to rout, close to cur line, 831J 7th Street South. Lethbridgo. .157-li FOR Contents of a furiiialfcd eix-rop-iu cottage, nearly now. Amjly Ave.. South; 155-G _______ FORi double seuted baby buggy, never used. 314 Bth Aye. A. South- Phone 1477. IfrS-ti FOR1-SALE OR house uid burn ou 12th Street, one block ;rom Flectwood school. Phono GIG, Lumber Co. FOR Player Piano In jbod order, for quick Mason Kisch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 3lh St. South. 146-0 FOR piano, worth ust slightly used, now Mason fe "Risen, Ltd., Balmoral 5th St. South. 146-0 FOR passenger Ford car iu lirst class condition, a snap. Also house to runt. per month, fully modern, 537 12th Street B North. Ap- .ply Box 44 Herald. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED To buy furniture, also gents' left off clothing, post card will i bring prompt attention. P. A. Rogers. times without doube one of jhim aml this sum i5 pam. to the the finest Paramount pictures for liiusejr. AVhne luucll is shown m the cuy. In addition 10 this splendid five-reel picture, a. first class comedy. "A Baby will be shown. On Friday and Saturday a splendid varied program will be shown, con- sisting of a great three-reel Broadway Star feature, "The Man He Used To au animated cartoon comedy, "The Knaves and The Knight." a screamingly funny comedy. Paramount Travel Series No. 19, showing Argen- tine Republic, Si mm. ind a song by .Miss Money to Loan W. CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge, Alberta i pro- vided for him there are inapy acces- saries which he must procure out of his own pocket. .Apart z'rom the buy- lug of common conveniences such as newspapers, materials, etc.. if he is left with- ho money; it1 cannot avail himself of the leave which from time to time is always allowed him to visit places of so he is confined to barracks camp all the time. U is felt- that ?13 a month is not an excessive amount to allow a man. If he is of opinion that his relatives should have more fie can save it and send it home.1' r- AUCTION SALE 1211 5th Avenue A South SATURDAY NEXT FRANK WADDINGT ON Is favored with instructions from the owner, who is leaving thti city, to sell by public auction and without 'reserve an assemblage of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects including: Very fine mission oak buffet, mission oak extending dining table, splendid set of mission oak dining chairs, mission oak secretaire, mission oak- side table, occasional tables, solid, mahogany dresser with large oval mirror, solid brass bed with spring and Ostennoor mattress, oak dresser and stand, car- pet square U x 9, McClary cooking range in excellent condition, drop Head sewing machine, a quantity glassware, crockery and sundry items. TERMS CASH. 'NO RESERVE. ONE MEMBER QUITS Ottawa.-June is understood that 13. O. L'Esiierance, M. P., for Montmagny. has placed Ills resigna- tion in the hands of ihe speaker. The health of Mr. L'Hsperance has been somewhat impaired during the. past year and he finds. himself unable to devote the necessary time energy to both bis political activities and his 'personal affairs. t is understood i that his medical advisers have'strong- i ly recommended a less strenuous life I with more rest am] recreation. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from to ?30 for farm with ample lands down, balance within twenty years. ID irri- gation districts Joan for farm build- ings, etc., up to also repayable Jin twenty only 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in lull at any time. Here is your, opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining iand, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- ticulars apply to. Allan Cameron, >Gen'I Supt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON SKEITH, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge lAWANTAft iau, by Dt Forest SITUATIONS VACANT Children's Shelter'is in need of a double haby buggy in good condition. The matron would be grateful for the donation. 155-S chamber maid; Apply Arlington Hotel. 157-1 for general house ApplyVarpllHli servant, .Apply at once, llth St. South. 155-0 good general servant. Apply 7tlr Ave. South.' 154-G once, a good competent maid. Apply at 62Q 12th St. S. boy to learu the print- ing trsde. Apply Everall .Franks, Sinnott Block._____________J157-3 WANTED English girl reiuires work daily. Apply 30 Herald Office. 156-11 young girl to assist with house work, small family. Apply Mrs. J. H. Tailing, :i02'l2th St. South. 157-3 salesman to work iu gent's, furnishing department. Apply at once, Western TUercantile Co. -148-0 young lady to work .in Dry Goods Store iu city, one who "can write shorthand preferred. Apply. Ry- lands Co. 157-2 with know- edge of book-keeping.. Apply in hand writing, stating experience ant! salary- expected. Box 32 Herald. apprentice', has had a little previous experience. Apply Star Electric Co., 409 5th, SL, South, opposite Orpheum Theatre. 155-G of S4000 for a term of 5 years at S% interest, interest to be pa'id annually. Security worth 000, and owner the very best. Box Herald'Office. Lethbridge, Alta. 150-G PROFESSIONAL CARDS c 'MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania.Orth onaoillo Institute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics 131ec ideal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Treatments given appointment'only. Room 1, Hull Blk fir CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith and June B. yon are sick nud want to regain health, take dpinal adjustiueiiU and get well. Consul' .tiition free. Offfco in residence, 7th Av.e, S., opposite Model-Bak: ery, hours 9.30" to 5; 7 to Phone Ili77. 146-JiG (r PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Privaio Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepcial rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74G. PRIVATE HOSPITAL H. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Gth Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 PIANO TUNING )J G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate iU.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phoue 1168, 1253 6th Ave. A. South. SHOE REPAIRING outfit for sum merfallowing. Good rental proposi- tion. Apply Alberta Securities, Limit- ed Ualmoral Block. Phone 1245 or RU5...... ......155-G rent, with the of-buying after trial, a sound, gentle city broke saddle and driving horse or large pony. Also- second hand buggy anil harness. Spot cash after trial if price-is reasonable. Address 1st Ave. N. 154-0 C LANDS FARM LANDS FOR im- proved farms tracts, 58.00 to 520 per required if you have the B. Peat Co., 10 McDonald Block. Phone 570. 154-0 SHOE 1717 tor .your slipe repairs. Work done promptly.', Ordere called' for and dilivered.-. Frank- Miles, 611 4th Avonuo South. DECORATING WELLINGTON Becorat- 6rs, Paporlmngers and Painters; General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates, given.. "The oldest established Painters in .Res. Phone 1472; office ,'phcwe Bldg., Leth- C ACCOUNTANT FOR SALE 25 acre farm, house, bam, .etc., partly irrigated, cjpse ;to town, a snap for cash; would give Also: have farm .implements and household furniture. Apply .Mrs. Alex. Morrison, Raymond, Alta. 153-6 FOK section farm six miles from Lethbridge. Will ac- cept clear raw half section as part payment. Balance inng terms. Geo. Co., 210 Sherlock Blk., Leth- bridge. 156-ti to handle 2 lines for Edmonton manufacturers, big chance for live wire, required, short season good for Apply to Li. Watts, representative, Lethbridge Hotel, Saturday, June 17th. 157-2 country meat and pro- ision store, young man as general experienced uh; meat cutting and used to horses preferred. Apply W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, Al- berta, or Phone 24, Diamond City. Inspected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET AND PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly rates are so reasonable that no house. keeper can afford to do 'without bur ice. Delivered dally (except to all parts of the city. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. aflO women to lemro bartering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. In- lonnation, book of instructions mall. ed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.B. depot PULLING POWEB OF THE WANT AD. IS GREATER THAN ANY OTHER FORM OF ADVERTIS- ING AT THB MONEY. jttHKtl One Woman's Opinion. "I have beervasked what kind of advertisements influence me most. Unquestionably, the ones I read in our own local paper. I read that paper when I am at home and thinking about household affairs. When I am away, my mind is fully oc- cupied with other things. Perhaps I do see bill board and street car ad- vertisements, but I certainly do not remember them. The advertisements that attract me moat in the home paper are the ones that give real news, such as prices, styles and particulars of quality." It pays to advertise intelligently in the home SYNDICATE. 1 LAND have buyers for cheap land, improved and unim- proved, and also for leases with or without stock. Send us your listings with cash and term prices. Don't for- get our hail insurance compaav with over assets. T. M. Huff In- vestment Co., Alberta BUt., Lethbridge 153-G FOR acres seven miles from railroad. In best farming dis- trict. S. B. of Lethbridge. Fair set buildings, about two-thirds broken and fenced and only per acre, very small payment down, balance in ten annual payments. Alberta Block. M. P. Johnston Co., Lethbridge. 153-6 HAIL INSURANCE HAIL insure your crops against hail storms pre- dicted as destructive in June and dis- astrous in July. Do not chance the weather but insure with us in our strong British companies. We are now receiving applications from ?2.00 per acre up, at lowest current rates, cash or1 by note due August or Octo- ber 1st. Write or call and get fyll par- ticulars. Agents wanted in unrepre- sented districts. N. U. Peat Co., General Insurance and Financial Ag- ents, Lethbridge. 154-0 HIGHLY IMPROVED HALF SECTION district, within 10 miles of Lethbridge, worth ?65 an acre. cash handles on easy terms and bar- gain price to immediate purchaser. W. F. Nelson Co., Alberta Loan Blk. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 1214. 800 ACRES GOOD .WHEAT Seven miles from Canadian Pacific and convenient to Lethbridge; 640 acres broken; ail fenced; storey and a half frame house, barn, large granary. ?500 cash handles at very low price and very easy terms. W. F. Nelson Co., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 1214. LOST AND FOUND (Hark gray gelding with white face and two white hind feet. J W McClaln, Sec. K-11-23, west of 4th, Nobloford, Alta. small bunch of sheep on C. P. R-- Colony. II not cleaned.mmm C. P. R. .cuiony. it not claimed in ten days will be disposed of. Apply Shep- herd, G. P. R. Colony, Coaldale. 153-6 black .mure, near Cards- ton, branded reverse E on left hip. years old, weight between J500 and Ibs. J5.00 for notifying or returning to Peter Zubach, Cardston, Alta. 157-6 THE WANT AD. PACK GOBS TO PRESS KAHLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAGE MUST REACH THE IIHHAIvD OFFICE BY ONE O'CLOCW TO IN- SURE INSERTION-ON SAME DAY AS DELIVERED, experience in lumber, mining, milling and whole- sale mercantife. Best references. Address Geb. Porter, 1203 3rd Ave. South. '123-0 DRESSES MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, Accouchor. Hoiii'B p.m. Office 914 Third Avoiiue. Phono 1253- DR, TAYLOR Ear, Rye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bids. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phonos: Office 341, sldimco E93. j I DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE- ioy Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: H to 12 n. m.i' 1.30 .to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. 5..C. sician, Surgeon, Accouchor. 1324 -4th Avenue North, Hours 1 to 4; 7 to S. Phone 476. DR. M. J. graduate of; Royal College of Dental Siirgeona Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan mock. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Oourtlce jmtp University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Mocdonald Block. Phone 11C5, Lelhbridge, Alia. 17CH-0 DRS. MARKS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hie- inbothain Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Elljj. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higlnhotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING -Jr T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for Uic Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court HoiiBe. Phone GG1. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phoue 1176, Open day and night. S. Y, Funeral Director. SOS 3rd Avenue South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered "for the' examination 'tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were successful. Studio 623 ilth street south. cutting aiul "lil- ting only. Room II, New Dominion Building. Phone 582. 154-0 DO NT FORGET J THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON, HowardStutchbury, ffety. OR Returned Soldiers'. Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. 1LECTRIOU, (SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzie Co PHPNE 637 718 3rd Ave S. PonyExpress and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE Phone 632 403 Fifth Street South DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED MRS. W. H. ot Harmony and Tlieory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. 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 garments. Our work is sure to pleaso you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING WORKS Furs wl cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in tho city. Phone 444. C AUCTIONEER W. L. WfLSON. 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 pbone 1025. Residence 5th Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of your fanning stock, stock-in-trade or, household. goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge, will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING JOSEPH DAVIDSON, Painter, Paper- hanging and Kalsomlninc. irratninjr and marbling a specialty. EsUmates given free. Residence 965 llth St. S. Phone 1104. 149-2G DRAYING ,0f All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Frulgtu Shut I. PHONES: Office........... 1151 sublet 1064 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ., OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD Residence 365. Accountant's residence J753. Inspectors at Lctlibridge, 'Coaldale. Raymond am! Magrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not Helling your hay to us. Why not now? Martin Transfer Phone 1386 PROMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. W. A. HENDERSON AND CO. Lethbridge Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountant! Accountancy in all its Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acntlla Building, Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;