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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TWO THE LETHBRIDCE OAIL-K HERALD. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, f MAPI IN in DOUGH DYNAMITE EMPRESS LI 11 111 (X 1 linlflllLj TONIGHT But Keyitone Yel Gaument Graphic; Authentic War Newt Positively Last Appearance of Lyric Quartette Many othar Good Attraction! and Milt Ulllan Rlchardi ONLY LAST TIME TONIGHT MINSTREL SHOW ORPHEUM Culllgan's Nashville Students Colored 7.30 and Adults 25c: Children Them on Dress Parade in the Streets, THREE PART DRAMATIC HUSBAND Coming Reel'Chaplin Neveh Shown in Town Before, Tonight the Colors'.' Three Acts FAIRFAX'S MILLIONS Two Act Girl Detective Episode UNIVERSAL WEEKLY -Comedy "MUD AND and Tuesday Charlie- Chaplin In His Funniest Comedy "The Tramp" First Run A Man and His Mate In Four THE NURSING MISSION "BENEFIT DAY" O'Gairy of The Koyal Mounted In Three Acts HARRY fr- W13SEEY BIBLE SCHOOL ANNUAL EXCURSION To Coleman and Crow's Nest Thurs., July 8 Fare, retiiru, Adults Fare, return, Reserve This Date and Enjoy a Day in the Mountains. COMING f'LOST IN "MID OCEAN" VARIETY THE FEATURE PLAYHOUSE In Her Mother's Footsteps .A Two Part Feature that will make you sit up and take notice One of the Finest Feature Pro- ,of the BIG Not a Dime Show but a Twenty FlverCent Show for TEN CENTS, Some White Hope A New Comedy with a New this Gloom Dis- peUer more- for any othtr screen favorite. PATRIOTIC CONCERT Sunday Evening ORPHEUM AT 9 O'CLOCK MINSTREL BAND Solos, Duets and Quartettes SILVER OFFERINGS BENEFIT OF Maduiie Gnu Fund Doors open Welcome. NOTICE i1 NOTICE Is hereby given that, in accordance with tlie provisions The irrigation Act. the ALBBRTA RAILWAY, AND IRRIGATION COM- PANY, have flietl iho necessary, me- morial and plans required by Sections 13 and 15 of the said with the Commissioner oE Irrigation, at Cal- gary, AKborta. The applicant company now applies for the right to divert an additional amount of acre feet ot water from the ST. MUHY RIVER at a paint on the south-east quarter of Section Township 1, Range 35. West of the 4th Meridian, during the months of .October to April inclusive, and to store the said quantity of in the reservoirs constructed by the said Company for the purpose of conserving the supply necessary for the lands to be irrigated during the irrigation season, as shown by the supplementary memorial filed 'with the Commissioner of Irrigation. DATED at Calgary, Alberta, this 17th day of June, ifUB. RAILWAY AND IRRIGATION COMPANY, No--N. Applicant. Department Telephones Tonriiu's Telephone.'CoiiNtnictloii Sealed Tenders .for Telephone Con struetlcty in tlie Southern Division ad dressed to the Deputy Minister o Railways and Telephones, Edmonton and endorsed "Tenders for Telephone Tvill be received unti 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, June :Ptans, and peiieral Conditions and Form of: Tender 'maj be obtained, upon application to E Teets, Construction Engineer, ISdmon ton. A- u.vposit of IB required for each set of Plans taken out. Marked cheques -in favor of the Deputy Minister of Hallways Telephones for live par cent, of the amount of the Tender must ac-v company eacK Tender. The right is reserved to reject any or all to ids. W. J. tlARMER.- Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones. Dated at Edmonton this 24Ui day of June, 1915. Notice to'Painters' and non-union Paint- ers to know by actual count that there afe ten Painters per 1000 in- habitants in Great Falls, Mont. Con- ditions bad. Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED J- LOSS BY CAN YOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? can plaet year t'lOt with compaiiiei having ample monvy to insure prompt settlement, in the event of lou. Come in and let us show you. Rates 6.40 to 1% R. V. Gibbons Co. BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 Lethbridge, Alts. We Write HAIL INSURANCE In Good Reliable Com- panies with" GENEROUS ADJUSTMENTS Phone or write us and we will call on you. Wilson GCNIRAL INSURANCE AND C. P. R. LAND AGENTS. FLOOR SHtflLOCK PHONE 1343. taps him with the brick. The liobo's two companions rush to thta soetsc, but the brick proves effective, and they take refuge in a river. The girl takes him home, where he eats bis dinner from the mantel- piece. The fanner gives him H job; i but he merely messes up the work. That night he saves tile farmer's house from being; robbed by hoboes, but is shot and wounded by the farm- er. He finds being nursed by the farmer's.daughter an agreeable occu- pation, and falls in love. When he, finds, she bas another sweetheart, he picks up his kerchief and brick, and becomes a tramp once more.. At Starland on Mon3ay and Tues- day. Sheriffs Sale Province of Alberta To Wit: By virtue of a Writ of Execution is- sued out of the Supreme Court of Al- SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS AT VARIETY A strong bill oi. feature photoplays will be seen for the last'Krrie at Var- iety tonight. "In Her Another's Foot- -st'eps" a Uvorpart feature that will the suit "of A. R. Daniels, Interest at fever .heat, is Ipiaintiff, andA. Calwait and S. one-of the new'cr aotl better class oi sherd, defendant, and to me directed dramas which'-iire now being released, against the lands of W. S. Sherd, I a feature that your-mother or j have seized and taken into Execution sister would want to would i the following lands, namely; go home; satisfied with it Lot Four (4) According to a Pian of of a Lot i.Tour c-t) Accor alone W clean prt th Cit ot comedr, "bome White Hope will ,RMOrd as "Lethbridge No. 2537 A.A. appeal to' them; new comedy with whicll shall oger for sale on Tues. comedian, who has some newjdayi the slxth day of July at The and original stunts and Court House at Ule City Lethhridga that will make you laugh till your at Ule hour of 12 O'ciock no0n By Or- ache.' Pout other nig comeuy der of HiB Honor Jackson, dramas helps to complete a program j sherlffs offlce, April 6th, 1915. that cannot he equalled in the city. Terms Cash CHAPLIN'S COMEDY I The twweel comedy, "The is the funniest that Chaplin has yet produced.. Charles Chaplin, a. tramp, j aits' :at the'roadside to eat his. noon-' day.' repast.. While the fastidious Charlie Is polishing .his nails another hoho, steals his lunch, leaving a brick in its place. ChapyHn makes his meal on gragE, uses his tomato can .for a finger-bowl, absent-mined- ly :wrans up the hrick in his kerchief and Tvalks on. He comes on the hobo trying to roh farmer's daughter and promptly [No. B. Young, Sheriff Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 CtPttuI and Prompt PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED MiM K.M. Holmef graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic Institute, Medical-. Missags arid 'Gymnastics Electri- cal Therapeutic Hgbt Treatments, ElectrolyBis and Sham- pooing TrGatmenti given bj -pointment only; Room 1. HuK Blfc- NURSrNG by experienced nurse; fees per week; can go either town or country recommended. Apply Box 25 Her- ald office. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL MM. Haarlem's Private Hospital aid Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 'th South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING T. S .Funeral Director aad EmValmer; aluo agent for the SomerPille Marble Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone Real- dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1178. Open day and nifiht. S. V. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. g. Phoue 1803. Open ulxbt, PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, Flayer-Piano aad Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon ours Certiflcate MT. London, England. Referenee to the leading musicians of the city. Pnoiw 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. SHOE REPAIRING HAIL INSURANCE It as though hail is the only thing that wilt bar you.from' record breaking crop. You can't afford to carry your own risk againit hail. Why not insure with the FARMERS MUT- UAL HAIL ASSOCIATION? This Company is perfectly ipund an'd paid more lones in Alberta last year than the five largest com- panies doing buiineu, and without a single case of litigation, and AT A COST OF ONLY SIX PER CENT. If you insure in thf FARMERS MUTUAL you will not have to pay for money with- which to pay your premium. This company will accept your note payable in the fall WITHOUT INTEREST. The FARMERS MUT- UAL the rvcord-in Alberta for, making--full, settlement for loues and without litigation. M. P. JOHNSON CO. P. 0. 10X 264. LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 651 Don't Protect YoursHf on Hail Insurance None But Best Companies Represented. ALSO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1M AVE. SOUTH LETH1RIDGE FRANK 4tn Avenue S Phone 1717 and shoes will called for and delivered. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON continue giving during the hoi idays. Special c sruoe shrdlii run Mays. Special course for thono un- ahie to study during winter. Studio: 1226 Fifth Avenue A South Phonp -1308. ______VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canizing .specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chap, lin props., old Sporting Goods' stand, on 5th St. S., rear'Mc- Nabb's Saddlery. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY, Lethbridge Medicine Hit Winnipeg Chartered Accounting Accountancy in ait Its branches: AUdiC" Secretarial, Ad- and Trust Work, Invet- tigations, Acaola Building, Lethbridge Retident R J. RITCHIE PATEfllON, Chirtured Accountint MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hourf p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Kusidence glith Avenue. Offlce hours Offlce Phone 1030, DP. Eye. Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phouee: Office 341, Re- sidence S9S. DENTAL PR. M. J. graduate or Royal Collcse'iof Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder of a Dominion Dental Certiflcate. Offlce: Rooms S and C, Bryan Block., Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Dn. Conrtlee ft uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1185, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARR8 AND Successors Bra. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hoara: 9 to 6. fllf Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Jloyal College of Suir'onn, (Eng.j, Licentiate Royal tl Physicians (London.) L.DS. itoo. Honn: Mi; W. Offlce: M IIIjlu botham Block. WANFAOS SITUATIONS VACANT servant to work on rarra 10 miles from. 'city, Oooil wages. Apply Hox 20 Herald. HOK-HOIIS AND ATROCITIES OI'1 TlIE GTIBAT Sons at the toretront of buttle. Host tluill- ing and heart stirring hook ever written. Going like for representatives. Only Big terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, PATENT SOLICITOR WiVf. S. KAHCOCK Lawyer, anil, KeglBtoreil. Patonl. Atturiicy. s- 15 yoars uxixirlonco in and U, S. 'Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trtuto Marks and -JV blRiis rogis'ijorod; iurrhigoniont ami ytiliiHty aoni'Clics. I'lvmtriiCu tid in putont HtiitK, Itotiovts prepared for counsel. Write for iiilonnatlon. Expert witness In patent suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montrenl, ana women to learn the barber, trade: wages while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big mouey. Catalogue- froo. Molor Baruer College, 601-A Centro Street. Caltary, Alta.______________ FOR ___SALE OK EXCHANGE KOll bamiiiu for cash or, will trade Tor horses or cattle. Apply jscm. Tuber. Alia.. FOR of all kinds. specialize on high grade second hand furniture. Give us ;i call. We load them all. City Second Hand Store, W Bth Street South. I KOR SALE OR oil I stock. Lot 17, block 10, tethbridso: I clear tlllo. As have no use (or tills lot will sell or exchange at a bar- sain. Make an ofrer. 1308 Centre I Ave. N. Calgary, Alta. clear title lots in or Model Ford or other make of automobile. Apply Ilojc 102 Herald i FOR good milk cow; Iresfi. Apply J. Gross, Diamond City. CRUSHED. FEED FOR out any dirt of foul seed: corn, barley aad oats in equal parts at per ton. Noble Foundation Co., Noble 'ord, Alta. LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of irrigated land near city with house 28x14 feet; in crop, 4 acres oats, 'A acres pota- toes, 3 aeres vegetables, with team of horses, harness, wagon, democrat and plow. handles, balance JIG per month. This is for immediate inle. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., room i Macdonald Block. FOR not buy a Singer Sewing Machine. Terms 50 cents a week. Singer Sewing Machine Ob. B12 4th Ave. S. P.O. Box 116. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS farmers to insure iheir crops NOW. Full particulars on application. N. B. Peat Co., Phone 570, .Macdonnld Loth- bridge. to buy and sell their furniture at the City Second Hand Store, 406 nth St. S. WANTED TO or sii room cottage or bungalow, not too far from vard office. Can make small payment tnd balance monthly. Apply Box 41 Herald five passenger car, In iood condition, Ford preferred; must se a bargain. Room 3 Macdonald Blk. stock and grain and in exchange for Spokane income )roperty and >erta preferred. W, P. Wyard, 2424 Grand Blvd., Spokane, Wash. who is conslder- ng the. purchase of a .sewing machine o see ,our splendid stock. Why pay 25 for a second hand article when may bave a superior, new ma- chine for less money. Come and seo is before you commit to liiglr priced .proposition. Asqviith and Waddingtou, McKillop's old stand :rd Avenue. ?O room, on car ine, with telephone connection: per 016-10th st. 103-ox IOQM AND young men n modern house; -good locality; mod- (rate terms. Apply 501 I4th St. S. STRAYED DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tile oldest -established Painters in Lethbridge. Res.-Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta: AUCTIONEER W. C. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, AH kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the- en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethbridge Prone 1023. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY A thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion teat. Feed of all kinds, car loads or lesa. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage epace for rent. Pros! proof basement for perishable fiooda. Saunders. Phone 1244. p 0 BOY 112. Wednesday, June rcm east half of lsl-7-20, one roan cow )randcd OO. over. Half Diamond on left hip.1 Also vented 'brand JD on right side. rewarjl for infor- mation leading to recovery or return to .1. Hi McTavlBh, P. 0. Box MS. Phone Rural (r Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY ORAYINQ -TRUNKS HIRNITUFIE REMOVED 408 Fifth Street South. Phouc 632 THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED "1899. THI STAR PAINT ..COMPANY 'i WRBwwn hop. HuuBiK.PHiWTZO WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DUCE and rtetaii Dealers in ail kinds of Timothy, Al. Joint "and Upland Hay; Strew, Oats, Bran and Feed. Mf and C. McCJenighan, 2nd j Ave. .South: Phone 49C, Lethbridge, Uberta. I DYEING AND CLEANING DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS'have the most modern Steam- 'Cleaning -and French Dry Cleaning plant in.Southern Alberta. SpwieliBts in cleaning and dyeing. Phone beilde Fire Hall. LADIES' super- vision of first clem ladlee' tailor. Special line ladies' 3uiti 125.00. The Valet, speclaltati) in Chemical Cleaning and Uyelnf, 324 (ith St. Phone 1812. Kl( ekUn and de- llvera. NOTICE, TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who has hid 20 years' experience in Making ind Repairing etcyclei' YOUR WORK. Every piece of work turned out guaranteed to give Mtiifaction. Tirss and ail Accciioriet ttocked. 6th St. Herald Office. TO RENT TO Gtli Ave. South, sis roomed cottage fully inodorn, full yas connections and including range. Ap- ply R. V. Gibbons fi Co. TO boaril in fully modern house, use of phone and parlor. Mrs. J. A. Jones, 308 7th Ave. A South. Phone 1390. TO the months of July and August at very moderate figure, a fully modern well furnished seven ruom house. No. (Hh Avenue A'. Box B Herald office. TO modern six roomed house, newly decorated, cheap if tak- en at once. Apply -121 12th St. B N, or Thaell Dodrls or phone 11RO. TO room nouse, corner ot 2nd. Ave. and Sth. St. S., equipped with gaa, suitable for lodging''houso. Reasonable rent to satisfactory.; ten- ant. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. Acadia 3rd Avenue S.i 'Phono TO a good room all modern conveniences, ptwam- beat, shower apply. T. TO 10th St. S., close to Victoria -Mansions, modern bungalow with gas range, electroliers, etc., rea- sgiiahle rent. Apply to Fred.AV. Dow- ner or the C. B. Bowman Affency, City TO In the Victoria Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished housekeeping apartments can now !he obtained from ?20 per month. An inspection invited. Apply" to the Mansions 3rd. TO as the Pre- mium withiitafble-in in- cluding seven rooms upstairs, ?2S per month, located next to Wesley church. Apply J. Tuff, Westminster Store, 20S 13th Street S. GRAZING LEA3E WANTED I will tony largo grazing. lease, with or without, for'cash: Must be closed lease, plenty "water and shelter. Write 'Fred F..FiIteau, Royal Bank Chambers. Calgary. 156-12 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Tenders for the construc- tion of a Telephone Building; at Cain- rose, 'Alta. Sealnrl Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and cndoised "Tenders, for the Construction of a Telephone Exchange Building at Caroroso, which tenders, shall include the. Plumbing, Heating anil Electric us be received up to 13 o clock icon, July Full particulars may 'be had at the jfllce ot the Provincial 'Architect. Par- liament Edmonton, or at :lie office of the Department ot Pub- lic Works, Calgary. An accepted cheque made payable tlie Minister of Puulic Works, Jwl; monton, for the sum of Ten dollars will be required .tiffm contractor inking out plans and' sue- iiilcations toi this work, as a guar- intee that they will put in_a bona llde tender and return plans and BIIO- ilfications. Each tender must be accompanied vy an accepted cheque payable at par. Hdmonton, to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of Jive per cent, of the tender. Should the contract be awarded tne icccsaful .bidder shall ,be required to a bond on an ap. irovcd Surety Company to the amount of Twenty per cent, ot his tender, as a guarantee-for the faith- ful- fulfilment 'of his .contract. The cheques of tfis unsuccessful bidders will be returned within six days after the contract awarded. The right IB reserved to leject any or all bids, or 10 wilVe any defects. JOHN Deputy Minister' of. public1 Works. Dated at Edmonton.lltlaiilst day of June, 1915. U ;