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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta frAGE TWO THE.. .IJERALn, FUIDAY, JtlNE 1C, VAUDEVILLE -f 4-BIGi ACTS-4 Si gmg, ORCHESTRA iV SANTELL CO., REELS TRAVEL SERIES SPECIAL IN 3 REELS "THE MAN HE USED TO BE" V'FUN ON A CARTOON COMEDY. "THE KNAVES AND' THE ALICE SIMM IN SONG Blanche Sweet "The Black List" PMPRESC TONIGHT Bluebird Photoplays PRESENT BEAUTIFUL Violet Mersereaii in "The Great Problem" The Stirring Sociological Drama An Argument for Prison Reform By Rex Ingram Charles Chaplin Free Lecture First Church of Christ, Scien- tist, of Lethbridge, Alberta, an- nounces a free lecture on SCIENCE, by Prof. Hermann S. Herfng, C- S. B., member of the Board of Lec- tureship of the Mother Church, :The Firai Church of Christ Sci- in Boston, Massachusetts, to be given in the i'.M.C.A. Auditorium On Friday Evening, June 16th 1916. AT 8.30 O'CLOCK and your friends are cor- diaUy invited to be present. What the Press Agents Say At the Orplieum The splendid vaudeville show pre- sented at the Orpheum lust nislu should -draw good crowds ayain this evening and on Saturday. Every act on ihtTbiil is tip to standard, and some new vtnuts are shown which will thrill. At Starland Starland presents an especially at tractive week-end program consisting of one or Uie famous Broadway Star features in three Man He Used to Be." This is a very strong play produced by mi all-siar company. "Fun On a screamingly funny comedy cartoon. "The Knaves and The Kuight." au- other Ills laugh, and Paramount Trav- el Series No. IS, showing Buenos Ajres and other scenes in the Ar- gentine "Republic. Miss Alice Simm Lefhbridge's popular -contralto, sins both Friday and Saturday. will RUBBER7 STAMPS .Made In Lett bridge by tfaa Herald Job -Department At the Empress The big Bluebird feature The Great Problem, the story an experiment in criminology, opens at the Empress tonight for the balance of the week. Prison reform is Uie .incentive for the photoplay, and the purpose serv- ed might be considered a part of the movement' Tor better conditions in institutions of correction. Miss Mer- sereau, of Peggy, is translated the slums to a .home of luxury, Her character re- ceives the direct application of cor- rective methods that ultimately, show the "great experiment" to be an en- tire success. Start Tomorrow and Keep It Up Every. Morning Get In the habit of drinking glass of hot water before breakfast.. We're not here Ions, so let's make our. stay ajp-eeable. Let us live well. eat well, digest well, work well, sleep well, 'and look well. What a glorious condition to attain, and yet. how very easy ii is if one will only adopt the morning inside bath. Folks who are accustomed lo foe! tiull anil heavy when they arise, split- ling headache, stuffy from a cold, foul toiijr-ie- nasty breath, acid stomach can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy by opening ihe sluices of the. system each morning1 and flushing out the whole of the internal poisonous stag- nant matter. Everyone, whether ailing, sick or well, should each morning, before breakfast, glass, of red! hot water with a Hmestobe phosphate in it" ".to wash .from the stomach, .liver and 'bowels' the previ- ous day's indigestible sour bile and poisono sweetening THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (eicept contagious diseases) and charges according to ths clr- cunitinces, of the Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses..for private duty alsV provided.' For' further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, .413 14th St. S.. Phone 1233. (Miss) A- M. Tilley, Supervltor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Mias) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse us thus .cleansing entire alimentary canaPb.efdre putting more food into Uie stomach. The! action of hot water and limestone phosphate OP an empty stomach is" .wonderfully In- vigorating. It deans out aUvthe soui fermentations, gases, waste aiid acid- ity and gives one a splendid-" appetite for breakfast. While you -are enjoy'. ing your breakfast. thV-- water- and phosphate is quietly extracting a large volume of water -blood and getting ready for flush- ing of all the inside -organs; The millions of people who art bothered with billou 7 spells, stomach trouble; 'others whi! have sallow skins, blood disorders and sickly compleiionsrate, -urged to -get a quarter pound of jlme-stone. phosphate from the drug This "will cost very little, but is- sufficient- to make anyone a pronounced.. cranfe on the subject of inside-bathing before break .subject of before breakfast. J. Co. Ltd., L'eth'i) ridge.. A'dv. for -general house work. Apply 317 12th St S. AUCTION SALE 1211 5tli Avenue Suiitb SATURDAY FRANK favored with instructions from the Downer, who is leaving thq city, to by public auction and without reserve an assemblage of and effects including: Very fine iiission mission osk eitendiJiB dining spIeniJH'-'set; of iaissiog' oak dining chairs, mission oafc secretaire, mission occasional tables, solid mahogany dresser with iarge ovai mirror, solid brass bed n-ith spring and Ostermoor mattress, oak dresser and stand, car- pet square 9 x 9, AFcCiary cooking; range' arop Head sewing machine, a Quantity of glassware, crockery and sundry items. _ TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. Get a FarmSat1 Your Owii TAKE 20'YEARS TO PAY The land you and pay I for itself. An area of the most fertile land-Si Western Canada for sale at low prices and terms ranging from 511 to with ample lands from ?35. down, balance within tweiity, years.7, In {irri- gation districts loan for farmVbuild- ings, etc., in twenty only 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in full at any time. Here is your opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- ticulars apply to." Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON SKEITH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building, Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO., Alberta -Loan- Block. Alberta I'll ask thoiuands of pie if they have found heirloom or jewol have loit. The very first thing to do when you've lost any- IAMAV U, Ot lorut PorfcrJ- SITUATIONS VACANT general servant. Appl? at once, Ii25 11th St. ..South.. ..Sou good general: servant. Apply 1204 7th Ave. South..' 151-S boy to learn'the print; ing trade-. -'Apply. Everall. Franks, Sinnott Block. work by day or week. Apply 1024 12th Avenire South. ISS-tg experienced clothing salesman. Apply at once to L. Keel; Alta. WANTED Strong, capable English girl requires- work daily. Apply Box -30 Herald Office. oung girl to assist Witt house worR.' small family. Apply Jlri; J. H. Tailing.. 302 12th St. South. 157J3 salesman .to work in gent's'furnishing Apply at once. Western Mercantile' Co. young lady to work iin Dry Goods Store In city, one who can write shorthand preferred. Apply ands Co. Bpy apprentice, whb has had a little previous Apply Star Electric Co., 409 5th South, opposite Orpheum Theatre. 155-6 to handle 2.1ines.; 'or Edmonton, bjg; chance for live wire, 3100 short season good for ?10GO. Appiy to; j. Watts, representative, Lethbridge Hotel, Saturday, June 17th. with previous ence for ladies' and gents' ood wages for .right party... Guarab.'-, eed Dying Cleaning Co.; 110 Street South, next to Hudson's company. i ected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET. AND PURE WITH' ICE INSPECTED WHEfo HARVESTED Our monthly rates are so reasonable that no house- i keeper can afford to do witHouV mjr'iice. Delivered V dally Sundays) to .all parts of .the city. Westeni Co., Ltd. Martin Transfer Phone 1386 PROMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. country meat and ision store, young man assistant, one experienced. -ii meat! cutting and used to horses, .preferred Apply W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, berta, or Phone 24 Diamond Cily. 152-41, ana women to lemrn barbering. Wages whlla tools free. Situation guftrftttteed. book of instructions mail- ed freo. Calgary Barber College, 816 Centre St.- near C.P.R. Do pu Want Style? There is no iplace in which the fashions are so promptly and correctly displayed, as in the adver- tising columns. The wholesale purveyors of fashionable goods keep their own buyers and art- ists in Paris, London, and Berlin, and pass on the information obtained to their customers, the mer- chants; who keep their patrons properly informed through their advertisements. Even the latest-fashion magazines are behind the advertis- ing columns of the newspapers displaying the' most recent fads and fancies. If youywish to keep abreast of the times, follow the TO RENT TO' comfortably funitsll- ed rooms, suitable tor light house- keeping. Couple without children' pre- ferred. Apply Uox 43, Herald. 154-C TO RENT 'Largo, woll fumishoc! room, suitable" for one or two gentle- men. Breakfast if desired, 623 9th Street, South.. t'11-0 TO fully model'11 six-room- ed house to rent, close to ear lino, 836i 7th Strccti South, Lethbridge. 157-1; TO the .Victoria Mansions, one small furnished housekeeping .illto. with private bath... ti complete home at moderate rental. Apply to Mansions office', 3rd Avenue South, be- tween 9 11 and 1 4 p'clock. Phone 636. FOR FOR double seated baby buesy. never used. 314 lith Ave. A. South. Phone 1477.. 155-6 FOR SALE OR house and barn on 12th Street, Olio block from Fleetwood school. Phone _ 51G, Farmers' Lumber Co. FOR Player' Piano in good order, for quick sale Mason Risch, Ltd., lialmoral Block, nth. St. South. 146-0 FOR piano, worth just slightly used, now Mason Risch. Ltd., Balmoral 5th St. South. 146-C FOR roadster run only S000 miles, in Al "condition and splendid running order; bargain for spot cash. Owner requires touring car. Write Box 41 Herald or Phone 1562. 158-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED To buy furniture, also gents' left off clothing, iiost card will bring prompt attention. F. A. Rogers, 711 12th Street ,A North. 157-6 of ?-1000 for a term of 5 years at-S% interest. Interest'to bs paid annually. Security worth 000; and owner the very best. Box 4G, Herald Office, Lethbridgb. Alta. 156-6 outfit for sum- inerfallowing. Good rental proposi- tion. Apply Alberta Securities, Limit- ed, Balmoral Block. Photie 124n or reut; with the option of. buying after trial, a gentle city broke saddle aud driving horse or iarge pony. Also second hand buggy and harness. Spot cash after trial if price is reasonable. Address .1319 .1st Ave. N. 154-0 FARM LANDS FARM LANDS FOR im- pr6Yed farms and large tracts. to per acre. No cash required, if you have the equipment. N. B. Peat Co., 10 McDonald Block. Phone 570.. 154-0 FOR SALE 25 acre farmi house, barn, etc., partly irrigated, close to town, a) snap-for. cash; would give terms. Also have} farm implements and household furniture. Apply Mrs. Alex.- Morrison, Raymond, Alta. 153-6 FOR section farm six miles from Lethbridge. Will ac- cept clear raw half section as. part payment. Balance long terms. Geo. Angus Co., 210 Sherlock Blk., Leth- bridge. 156-6 LAND have buyers for cheap land, improved ,and unim- proved, and for leases with or without stock. Send us your listings with cash and term prices. Don't for- get our hail insurance company with over assets. T. M. Huff In- vestment Co., Alberta Blk., Lethbridge 153-G FOR acres seven miles from railroad. In best farming dis: trict S. B., of Lethbridge. Fair aet hiiildings, about two-thirds broken and fenced and only per acre, very small payment down, balance, in ten annual payments. Alberta Block. M. P.-Johnstori Co., Lethbridge. 153-6 HAIL INSURANCE HAIL insure your crops against hail storms pre- dicted as destructive in June and dis- astrous in July. Bo 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 or by note due August or Octo- ber-list. Write-or call and get full par- ticulars. Agents wanted in unrepre- sented districts. N. B. Peat Co., General Insurance and Financial Ag- Lethbridge. 154-0 LOST AND FOUND dark gray gelding with white face and two white hind feet. J. W. McClain, Sec. 641-23, -west of 4th, Nobleford, Alta. !S6-fi of sheep on C, P. R. Colony. U not cleaned mmm C.: P. R. colqny. If not claimed in .ten days will be disposed of. Apply Shep- herd, C. P. R. Colony, Coaldale, 153-6 black mare, near Cards- ton, branded" reverse -E on left hip, fi years old, weight between 900 and Iba. S5.00 for notifying or returning to Peter, Zubach, Cardston, '___157-6 Pioneer horso, 14oO pounds, branded right hip. Wire cut scar on right, knee. reward. Frank_____ Thomas, Retlaw, or P. A.. McUeari, bay 1 hoYtidi branded on; left thfgli Also'ono grey'horse; brnndtrl on right, shoulder. Ad- dress 814 Cth Avenue LethbrirtkeV WANT Ab. IS GREATER THAN ANT OTHER FORM OF ADVERTIS. ING AT THfl MONEY. MASSAGE SUPER'Hubus HAIR K. M. Holmes griv'uatu of tiio Pennsylvunla Ortli- Instituto, Medical MassaBO and Gymnastics Eloc- trical Vibratory and Thoriipoullc Light., Treatments, Electrolysis and Shamuooiug.. Treatments glvan by appointment only. Ilooni 1. Hull Blk CHIROPRACTORS SMITH t Smith ami Juno B: you are 'sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get- well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 303 7th Avo. S., opposite' Model Bnk- ery. hours 9.30 to u; 7 to Phone 1677. 145-2U PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Prlvtilo Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepcial rates giv- en on application. -1224 7th-Avenue South. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL 7.T. and F. Phillips, graduate nursed. 704 Cth Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 C PIANO TUNING 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 at the_ city. Phono 11GS, 1253 Gtii Ave; A. south. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work dono promptly. Orders called 'for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Avenue South.: DECORATING WELLINGTON. Decorat- ors, Paperhangers arid Painters; Kalsoniining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. -Phone 1472; office plione 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta. C ACCOUNTANT Tears' experience in lumber, mining, milling and whole- sale mercantile. Best 'references. Address Geo. Porter, 1203 3rd Ave. South. 123-0 DRESSES' 'cutting and fit- ting only. Room (j, New Dominion Building. Phone BS2. la4-6 GOLDEN 'WEST1 1663. Prompt service. DONT FORGET J THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nohFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardStufchbury, Sey. OR Returned Soldiers' Bureau, ...LETHPRIDGE, ALBER.TA, J. :R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician Surgeon, 'Hours .Offloo Avouue. Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Nosb anil IB Sherlock Uldg. O.fflco .hours evenings, by.up- nolntiii'eiit. i'houes: Oflice 341, He- stdouue (J9IV ,t. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE. .109- Sherlock.Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence CIS. .Office houra: 11 to 12 a.'m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S'p.m. R. B. C, THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surgeon, Accoucher; '1324 4th 'Arcnup North; Hours'1 to t: 7-to S. Phono 476. C DENTAL- DR. M. J. gradUata ,o[ fibynl Collegtj.of Toronto, and pomlnloli Dental Certificate. OHIce: llbrtma 5 .und 5, Bryan Block. .Phono..1071. DR. L. T. Xsuciibssot 'lo.Drs. Courtlca Giichristly-iprad. uiito Uhivnrslty. of Maryland -llporas 8 and 9, Macdduald 1105, Lethbridge, Alta; DRS. 'MARRS and MARRSrT-Deptist's. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: II to 5.' Office, His- mbotham Block. 'Phone, 374. DR. E. G. jnem- ber of .Royal Coliese of. Sirrgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal 'Cpilbgo 'Of Physicians L'.B.SJ. 190.0. Hours: ..Higiubotham Block. Phon6. UNDERTAKING jj T. S. -Leading. Funeral and agent -for the- Somorville Marble' 4S' (Sraji- ite Works of Calgary'.'.. Office Joppo- site Court House. Bidonce. 284 7th' Aye. -Open day and .night.'1' S. Y. F.uneral 'Director. 803 '3rd Avenue'..South. Phone 1802. Open nlgUt afld, MISS AILEEN Mi Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C.. C. Salmon, of .pupils entered for the examination of (the Royal 'Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic, London, Bng. This year 100 per cent, were. successful. Studio U23 9th street, south. -V t .'.1 -f' PonyExpress and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR" SALE Phone6ai2 <08 Fifth Street South DRAYING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED CRAVING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Freight PHONES: Offlco i.......... 11H (tablet 1064 .ELECTRICAL ISUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELbC TRIBAL; WORK VV.L. MeKenzie Go PHONE 637 718 3rd 8. MRS. Wii' H. 'JOHNSON) WacUer ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaoEing experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, settle ladder, modu; 'lating board, etc. Sluaio Ave: A. South. '9.8-74 THE ,ln French .Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece' of beaL Onfy the most scientific .me.Uioda aoplied without injury.' 0'ur'yrar.k .is sure. Collect and dellyer. Phona'; 1812 324.Sixth" 3UR CITY DYEING AND ING WORKS cleaned; suits made to-.ordo.riibest work. Only dyeing worldr city. Phone 144. vy C AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Licensed iK- tending and implements, it .will' lie ,15 ydui In- terest to consult-ine.aa-to termi; et.c. Write or phone 1025. 5th Ave. FRANK ypu; afo contemplating an auction-' of your farming stock-in-Wod.a or household .goods. and effecta, consult Frank Waddlngton, Leth- bridge, who will; give yqu iBjcpert .service on terms, ty years' experience. V PAINTING JOSEPH DAVIDSpN, Painter, hanging: and Kalsomining, graihin'g and marbling a specialty. Estimates given free. Residence 965 llth St. S. Phone 1104. FARM PRODUCTS, 'LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG., OFFICE PHONE W J. LLOYD 365. Accountant's' residence1 Inspectors at Raymond and Magrath. AHJiay. paid for in full ..when Ibadedl.'Np'iCQmei backs Ei entually Sou wlli' kick yourself for not y your.; hay. to us Why not now1? W A HENDERSON AND tip Lethbridge Medicine Hit Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In br Audit. Secretarial, Ad' it, visory, Systematizing, and' Trust tignliona, Audla Building, Lethbrldji Retldent R., J. Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;