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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD JUNE 22, I9V6 'KERRIGAN A5 TERENCE O'RCWJRKE IN' Pool of Flame" TONIGHT RED FEATHER PRODUCTION THIS ONE IS A REAL SCREAM LAST TIMES TONIGHT SAFE Fanny in 'THE CHEAT" A TRULY WONDERFUL PICTURE MISS ALICE SIMM IN SONG AND SATURDAY "Tom Miii'lin, :i Ifrol Drama.; ".Swcedie's Screaming Comedy I'ai'aiiioiinl Travel Scries No. 20 AS THE SIMM MR. flRPHEUM-PicturesOnly W TONIGHT A Prices lOc 15c. Kniire the Press Agents Say At (he Empress Most of UP who wort for ;i living fiud our employment, al some lime or I other, a bit their is one. round ol mono ton v Mier, another" all (he time to sonie But life 10 J. Warren" Kerrigan, who is employtert as star of Bluebird Ph'blo- j playfi, "seems to ba continually joyoXis 'as fife'pursues the variously exciting 'occupation of Mr.-Kerrigan- was-engaged iu'-the exciting scenes Incidem to "The Gay Lord -Waring." ro be exhibited at Uie Empress theatre on Friday and Sat- urday. The Red Feather feature "The i Pool of Flame" will be shown Tor Che last time tonight. Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED. BUILDING. 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, nnd we are prepared to fill your requirements of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A order will satisfy you as ID quality, price and service- have, some good TIMOTHY ilf perlb................... 1UC Storag; apace for renl. House- hold goods a specialty. Hay Gi'aiii Co. CANADIAN PACIFIC: A. A. O. N. M. S. SHRINERS IMPERIAL COUNCIL BUFFALO. N. Y. JULY VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. On sale July 3 to 8 A nominal arbitrary covers the GREAT LAKES route in one or both directions. Consult Ticket Agent R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alts. AtStarlaiul i "The which was shown at I I Star! a rid last night, and which will be j the feature for the last limes tonight, i is irlthoui question one of the finest j dramas ever ihe city in I motion photography. Fanny "Ward, the heauUful dramatic siar, is ably supported by an all-star company headed by Sessue Hayakawa, Japan's most famous dramatic artist. Every scene in ihe play is oi intense inter- est, and holds the audience right up to the climax iu the final .court room scene, whicli is ihe most realistic and dramatic acene ever seen in motion pictures in this city. j i For Friday and Saturday a splendid i three-reel drama. "Tom Martin, a i will be shown. In addition to ihls drama, a splendid "Sweedi-j's Paramount: UTa- Tel Series No. 20, and other good fea- tures will be on ihe program. Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will also sing a duet. MONUMENTS Headstones ami Crosses of description made to order Get our At the Orpheum A gond program of piciures has been prepared for llle Orpheum to- night. Some splendid features will be seen. SEE OUR WORK DCCOOC you BUY. TENDERS FOR THE CON- STRUCTION OF A KITCHEN AND BAKERY BUILDING AT THE PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA, ALBERTA Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Joel Grant Hughes, a former lum- ber merchant, died at Sharon, Ont. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY NEXT, JUNE 24th AT 1.30 O'CLOCK On the Premises, Xo. 1502 6th Ave. South, FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from the owner, who is leaving the city, to cell by public auction-and without reserve, a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects including: Set of fine, fumed oak dining chairs, dinner wagon, buffet and diriing lahle to match, heavy mission oak rocker and Morris chair. ELEGANT PARLOR SUITE IN MISSION OAK upholstered in solid leather, comprising settee, easy chair and rocker, oak occasional tables, leather lounge, occasional tables. BRA53 BED with spiral springs and ieit mattress, solid oak dressers, child's cot and mattress, six-drawer Singer Snwing machine in perfect order, refrigerator, white-enamelled bed. spring and mattress, gas range, 'jacket heaier, baby buggy-, child's push can, linoleums, carpets, kitchen' utensils, etc" A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE, Sealed addressed to the undersigned. and- indorsed "Tenders General Contract, Kitchen and Bak- ery Building. Provincial Asylum. Fon- oka" will be received up 10 KJ o'clock noon June HOih; mti. Full particulars may be; had nt ihe office of ihe Provincial Architect, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, or at the office oi' the Department of Public Calgary. An accepted cheque niade payable to ihe .Minister of Public Works. Ed- monton, for the sum of ten dollars n-ill lie required from, each contractor taking out plans and speci' fictitious for this work, as n gcaran tee that they will put in ft bona fide tender and return plans ant! specifi- cations. Each lender musi he accompanied iv an accepted cheque payable at par Edmonton lo the Minister of Public 'orks io the amouni of five per cent of the tender. Should Lhe coulracl be awarded the successful bidder shall be requir- ed to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Suretly Company In the amount of twenty per cent OL his tender, as a suarantee for the faith- ful fulfilment of ate contract. The cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will he returned within aiv Idays after the contract is awarded. I The right is reserved to reject any, lor all bids, or to waive any defects. j L- C, Charlesworth, Deputy Minister of Public Works Dated at Edmonton this 19th day of June. 19115. Z SITUATIONS VACANT Dining rooii Halt Hospital. maid. Apply plrl for ice cream parlor. Apply Palace Confec- tionery. 109-0 WANTED for family A good penernl servant, oC two. 3rd Ave. S. TO RENT 'J'O itISNT Lurgo, well 'furulshod room, BUltuhle1 for onu or two goutle- nitiiv. linwktaa't if dosircU, U23 ath Street. South.'' 6 UK Kui'nlshed room In fully iodum private Iwnae. wllli HBO of [Hume Young liuly [n-olVrrod. Apply itfS'lith Ave. So'illh. _ TO -largo front room, well furnished, suitable for one or two gLMUleincn. (las lunvt, bath, phone anil use of piimo. Apply tH-l tilh Struct South. 160-I- TO 5 roomed cottage., fully modern, i2tli SL A North, uul one (i roomed house, fully mod- ern. Apply 528 121U St. B Norlh. or lo Mrs. Tibort, IOOS 7th Avo. S. llil-0 TO office facing Fifth slroei. in the centre of the business district. Also large room or hall '10 'eeL by 50 feet, suitable for business college, barber shop or billiard room. Apply to W. F. Kelson Co., 41G Fifth Struct South, Lullibriilsu. Alia, "elephone 158-6 TO of two or rnoro fnriiislipil or unfurnished, in- shilling heat, light and iviucr. Modern conveniences. Central locution. ply W. F. Nelson Co, 41G Fifth St. th, Lothbriilge, Alberta. Tele- mono 1214. 159-G PROFESSIONAL CARDS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes tn'aduuta ot Uio PoniisylvanlJi Orth ojiiicdlc Institute, Mecllcnl Musaago and Gymnastics I31uc trlcnl Vibratory nnil Tharnuoutlc 'Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Slmiunooiuf. Treatments given by appointment ouly. lloom 1. Hull CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith .incl Juno U. you nro Blclc mid want to regain health, tako dpliml ndjustmouts and guL well. Consul tatiou free. OWcu In rfisiilciico, 903 7Ui Ave. S.. Model BuL- ory, hours 3.110 lo G; 7 10 1J. Phone 1077. 145-20 PRIVATE HOSPITAL girl for light house-1 work, small family. Apply 519 Gth Stj South WANTED Girl for general 'house- voi'k. Phone R. 1-. Krnvo. Rnwllslaiid. Alberts._________' 'iSO-E V experienced clothiiiK alesmau. Apply at once to L. iKeel, Lethbridge, Alta. VANTED AT for gen- nil housework. Apply Box IS, Her- nld. IG1-0 woman or man and wife tor regular house and form vork wilh e.xperience. 'ew Dayton. Duell, 1S9-1 [or general house- vork, house modern, o miles from own. Mrs. C. R. Daniels, Plione R115. 162-G For sleam plow.ug out- it, good engineer und fireman, must e experienced. Apply Victor Dioime. Alexandra Hotel. VANTED Loral agenla. .for good rail company for local territory south Lethbridge. will pay good coiumiB- ions and accept cash or note. Apply llinois-Al'oena Realty Co., 714 3rd ve. South. 1G3-6 NOTICE TENDERS Trill he received by the Board of Foremost Consolidated S. D. Xo. up until the hour of eleven a.m. Monday; July 3rd. for the mov- ing of school house about miles. Frame structure, size 36 i 3G feet. Also tenders for the construction of concrete foundation 10 i 1'2 inch- es, :J6 x 11 feet. Each lender muat be separate. Certified cheque for IG ac- compani- all bids, all contracts 10 be nnmnleted HO' than Qie 1ar_ (Jav of August, 1916. The Board reserves the right to re- ject any or all bids. Given under my band this 14tli] day of June 19M. I ft L-. Schfnnour, X Sec.-Treas. PHONE 1.103 Western Transfer Co TENDERS Tenders will be received at the of- fice of the undersigned for plowing fireguards between the points shown. EGlween, Dunmore and Lethbridge, Lethbridge and Coutts. Stirling and. Cardston, Stirling and Pakowhi. and .Lundbreck, and Macicod, KIpp and Aldersyde. For particulars please apply to this office. C. A. Cotferell, Superintendent. C.P.R. 5V________________ Lelhbridge, THE PULLING POWER OP THE) WANT AD. is GEBATER" THAN ANY OTHER FORM OF ADVERTIS- ING AT THE MONEY. Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethuridge, Alberta .ELECTRICAL )SUPPLIES teucher with First r Second Class Professional Cerlifi- ace for the West Lethbridge Consoll- ated S. D. No. 10. Duties to com- mence August 1st. Apply slating sal- ary expected to Robti Crawford, Sec.- Treas.. Gen. Dely.. Lethbridge.' 160-G TEACHERS WANTED For New Dayton Consolidated S. D. Xo. 5. Prin- cipal per year, assistant SSOO. TO tho Victoria Mansions, one small furnished housekeeping suite with private bath, a complete home ut moderate Apply to Mansions olllce. 3rd Avenue South, be- tween 9 11 and 1 4 o'clock. Phone 636. FOR FOR fine oak kitchen cab- inet, at a bargain. Apply J- H. Mi'.ter, Hleliibctlmm Drug Store. 1G1-0 FOR Two in town, good business. Cheap rent. Box 242, Shelby, .MoiiL, U.S.A. 160-12 FOR hauil cars in good condition. Call at Standard Gar- age. Phone -56J. FOR SALE OR house mil barn on 12th Street, ouo block Torn Fleetwood school, Phone GIG, Lumber Co. FOR Player Piano In good order, Cor quick sale Mason Jtisch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, nth St. South. 146-0 .FOR SALK Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boars, S weeks old. One boar 14 months old. All registered. Ad- ress F. WoiLte, Warner, Alta. 163-6 FOR piano, worth ?500. just slightly used, now Mason Risen. Ltd., Balmoral St. South. Block 5lh HG-0 Apply at to W. E. Gorrill, Sec.- Treas., New Dayton, Alta., stating qualifications and giving- references Duties to commence about Sept. IsL 159-C country meat and prn- risiou store, young man as gen era i assistant, one experienced in m tinting and used to horses .preferred. Apply W. II. Glasgow, Commerce, Al- beria. or Phone 24 Diamond City. FARM LANDS FAR1I LANDS FOR proved farms and large tracts, 58.00 to 520 per acre. No cash required if you have the equipment. Nl B. Peat Co.. 10 McDonald Biuck. Phone 570. 154-0 FOR IMPROVED FARM low prices and on easy terms on crop payments, convenient to Lp.th- bridge, Warner. Taber, Foremost; Retlaw, Cannangay and other estab- lished wheat centres. Apply W. F. Nelson Co., 416 Fifth Street -South, Lethbrldge, Alta. Telephone 1214. 159-6 IRRIGATED LAND AT '540.00 AN acres all' under cbltlva- ilon. Close to Lethbridge and about a mile from elevators and Canadian Pacific Station. There Is no better lr- rigsled Jand OUL of doors. It will com- pare favorably with adjacent lands valued at 3100.00 to 1125.00 an acre. For immediate sale this land has been put on the market at bargain price. If interested, act promptly. Apply W. F. Nelson Co., -lie Fifth Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Telephone 1214. 159-6 HAIL have the Hartford of Connecticut; Weatchesfer of New York, United Assurance Com- pany of Canada. These companies have assets of over make prompt adjustments and- pay losses immediately. Insure In the best companies. R costs no more. Call, pnone or write and we will do the rest. Cash or note. We also want live agents all over Southern Alberta. M. P. Johnatoa Co. Alberta Blk. 161-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS furnished house for three or four raontha. Apply box 22, Herald. regular supply of well- cooled milk. Apply at once Lo Cbx'a Dairy. Phone 10lift. ItiS-fl by the day, either washing or cleaning, -by. young mar- ried woman. Can furnish references. Apply room 49, Dominion Block. 161-6. pay lop prices for top hogs. Will also buy three cars'of llock hogs. Apply H. Phone R306, Lethbridge. ,-.159.1) young business man, comfortable room In private .home. Must have phone and be fully modern.' Central location preferred. Apply Box 15, Herald. 153-0 Martin Transfer Phone 1336 PROMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. FOR SALE Studebaker roadster run only 5000 miles, in Al condition and splendid running order; bargain for spot wish. Owner requires touring car. Write Box 41 lleraltl or Phone 1562. 6 PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mra. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and flfiiternity Homo. Sopclul rates giv- en on tippUcntlon. 1224 7th Aveuus South. Phoiie 74G. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 etu Ave. South. Phone 315. -17-0 FOR Foiicd Angus years old; also several good Holstein and Shorthorn Milch cows; some fresh with calves at foot, some coming in shortly- Apply H. Tarry, Dallas Farm Lethbridge. Phone R30C. 159-12 FOR SALE OR TRADE Billiard room and barber shop 2 6x12 tables, S barber chairs, outfit complete. Will sell separate at a snap. Filchak, Stan- dard Bank Block, North Leihbridge. 161-G CATTLE FOR SALK 1 Hereford bull I Union 1204-11, 3 fresh cows, calf at foot, 2 three-year-old heifers.sprinjj- ing, -J cows 4 years old, springere, 2 4-year-old cows, milking, 10 yearling heifers. These are a choice lot of Dur- hams and the wise farmer should act quickly. Apply 610 8th SL S. Phone 485.. LOST AND FOUND small purse containing a ?5.00 bill. Reward at ''-20 5lh Ave. S- 1.J3-1 purse on llth St. S., containing a sura of money. Finder 1 receive reward on leaving al Ihe store of the Terrlll Floral Co. 161-0 Friday morning between the. Castle Hotel and the corner of 8th St. and fit.h Ave. H.. gold watch arid chain. Finder rewarded by leav- ing.at 814 Gth Ave. S. IMPOUNDED Iu the West Pound, City, on June 21st, 1916, three cows, two calves and eighteen steers, some branded R T S over quarter circle, and others R S over quarter circle. fiVm. Hardy, Pound-keeper. 162-1! IMPOUNDED In the West Pound, on- June llth, 19lti: One bay mare, branded WR on right thigh; al- 10 coll belonging to her. Wm. Hardy, Pound-keeper. 162-3 Albion Ridge. 1 hay mare, 3 years old. No brand, marked with old wire cut Just above right frbii't hoof; also old wire cut on hock of right hind leg. ?5.00 for intorma- lion leading lo recovery. Gilbert Hratvoldt, Albion Ridge. 159.0 Pioneer LiveryT horse, 1450 pounds, branded right hip. Wire cut scar on right knee. ?5 reward. Frank Rellaw, or P. fa her. lorae, branded on left thigh Also one grey horse, branded on right shoulder. Ad- dress 814 Gth Avenue Le til bridge. -A HerefoTd bull, branded on left ribs. Reward1 '.J10.00 for Information lead Ing lp recovery. J. C. Uass, Alta. ___150-fi reward 'offered for .he recovery of the following horses: 3ne mare nix years old, brandod Fl. on right shoulder; one bny mare, years old, branded on rJKlit nliuiiluGr; slso 1 bay S months old, wILhuhind 'oof. lame. Apply Frank Braiidlo, Itei.- aw.'not at Taber. stock yarda, a red bull with 'white face, about 13 montliH okt. reward for return to .loo Gciorgc, 144 St. North, Hought from Hatch on' 19th branded on hip. 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 of the city. Pbona 1168, 1253 Gth Ave. A. South. C SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Wiles, 511 4th Avenue Soutb. C DECORATING WELLINGTON Docorai- ors, Pnperhangera and Painters; lOUsorninmg, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Palmers In Lelhbridge. Rep., Phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Dldg., Leth- bridge, Alia. DfCw. I'liyBlclim Surgeon, Accpuchyr. Iloura p.m. ottlco U14 Third Avonuu. Phonu J253. DR, TAYLOR Ear, Rye, Nose ami Throat; 110 Sherlock llldg. Office lioura oreiilnjtu by ap- polnfuicuL. Phoues: Office 341, llc- sldclice DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE- 103 Sherlqck Block. Telephones: Office ,113; Residence. CIS. Office hours: 1) to 12 a. m.; 1-30 lo 3.30; 7 to S p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., slcluu. Surgeon, Accouclior. 131i1 4th Avenue North, llouru 1 lo 4; 7 to S. Phone 47C. C DENTAL OR. M. J. Bi-aduate. of Hoyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Otflco: Rooms C and 5, Bryan "lock Phono. 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona llliS, Lethbrldge. Alia. DRS. MARRS and Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 0 lo 5. Office, Hie- Inhotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- her of Royal College of Surgeons.' (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Hlglnbotham Block. Phone 1G16. UNDERTAKING______jj T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embnlmer; Qiao agent for the Soinerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day uud night. V. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Opeu night and day. MUSIC Tears' experience in lumber, mining, milling and whole- sain mercantile. Best references. Addrpss Geo. Porter. 1203 3rd Ave. Soulh.. 123-0 GOLDEN WEST 16a3. Prompt service, DONT FORGET J THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Secy. H Ecturnccl Soldiers' Bureau, LETHERIDGE, R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. Pony Express and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOB SALE riione 632 408 Fifth Street South BRAVING OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. H. Freljjhe Shiat PHONES: Office ll'l liable! 1064 MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playinu and Theory. Supervision o[ H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered (or the examination o! the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London. Enc. This year 100 per ceut. were Studio 023 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Pinup, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio hilly equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, ell. Studio 1226 5lh 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 ia sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1813 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING WORKS Fura re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in tha city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers 'in- (enflinff sfilline their farm stock and implements. It will bn lo your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc, Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Avo. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and of fact B, consult Frank WadcHngton, Leth- bridge, who will give- you eipert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. PAINTING AND'pAPERHANGING JOSEPH DAVIDSON, Painter, Paper- hanging and Knlsomining, graining and marbling a specialty. Estimates given free. Residence 966 llth St. 3. Phone 1104. 140-26 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and Mil medical and surgical cases Contagious dlscaiEi) and 'charges according to tha clr-, cumstanccs of tho patient. Poor patients cared for freo oi charge. 'Graduate nurses for private duly also provided. For further partic- ulars unply to .tlio Nursing MlOv slon, 413 14th >st S. Phono 1233. (Mill) A. M. Tllley, Supervlior. (MlM) nife ClAeren, and, Nune Grid. Nune FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ., OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Manager's) Residence 3G5. Accountant's residence 1753. .Inspectors [it Lethbridge, Coaldale, Raymond and Maerath. All hay paid for In full when loaded.. No'come- backs. Eventually yp-J will kick yourself ioY not Belling .your hay to us. Why not now? W. A. HENDERSON AND CO. Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered. Accountant! Accountancy In'all Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust'AVork, Invos- Ueatlnna, Liquidations. Aeadla Building, Lethbrldgs Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATEH8ON, Chartered Accountant. (111 ;