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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO Tonieht NURSING MISSIO! BENEFIT ALL PROCEEDS OVER EXPENSES OCJ TO THE ABOVE SOCIETY A KING" A TWO ACT NESTOR COMEDY TCff U V A Three-Act Brc ol Ktival MOH THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY; Tonight led" dway THE BLACK BOX" NINTH EPISODE Time Ghas.Cli la Six Srreaniing; .....-Parts TILLIES PUNCTURED ROMANCE Store Chase and Janis 'CLASSY COMEDY VAUDE- .VJLLE ACT LQLA FIVE; ACT, FEATURE ;by OWEN- FEATURINGi.'CLARA .'.V-KIMBALL YOUNG. ORPHEUM 15c EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Florence Reed The Dancing; Girl The farrrous drama, by HaVry Arthur Good Seystfline Comedy MR. GEO.-FLAMING and MISS LILLIAN RICHARDS In Popular Songs. Mr. Fleming will sing "Johnny a'nH Miss ''sing "Knitting. .Sox Daddy's Men.'1 Monday "The Winksome Widow" DAINTY Served All LUNCHES 1st AT THE Henderson Park ion Shoe Repairs While You Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES QUICK AND RELIABLE called for delivered and Frank Miles 511 4th Avenue South Phono 1717 PltOVlNCK OF ALUKRTA PLANS FOR A TOWN TRACTOR BATHIXG SUITS ------AND------ Private Dressing Rooms For the Ladies and Gentlemen for hire at the Henderson Park Pavilion Dpfroit. Mich., June or? from the mines of .Michigan coming down the Great Lakes waterway and up the River Rouge. 10 a mammoth Ford Mast furnace, there to be turn- ed into cylinder heads, auto parts and parts for farm tractors, is the plan of Henry Ford. The tractor factory and furnace, at i which eventually will be employed. iitUWO persons, will be northwest of 1 Oak wood village, on the River Rouge. For the purpose Mr. Ford has ob- i tained between 1000 and 1500 acres of land- lying on both sides of the j River Rouse. The tract is not far j from (he Ford estate, i When in operation, which it is ex- tpetted to be within two or three j the tractor factory will turn out machines a year, par- suns t'io-e to Mr. Ford say. The tractor is the invention of -Mr. Ford himself. Though still in a way in the experimental stage, ii is coil- i sidereci an assured success. i Tenders for Hie oonstruo (ion of a Telephone Building at Cain- rose, Alta. Scaled Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tmulors for -the Construction of n Telephone ExclmnKo HulUHnp at which tenders shall include Hie Plumbing, Heating am! Kleclrlc Wir- ing, will bo received up to 12 o'clock noon, July 9th, 1515. Full particulars may ihc had at the offlcft of the Provincial Architect, Par. .lament Buildings. Edmonton, or at the office of the Department of Pub' lie Works. Calgary. An accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton, for the sum of Ten dollars will be required from contractor taking out plans and spe- cifications for this work, as a guar- antee that they will put ;n a bona fide tender and return plans and sji ciiications. Each tender must he by an accepted cheque payable at par. Edmonton, to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of five per cent, of the tender. Should the contract be awarded the successful bidder shall -be required to execute a guarantee bond on an ap- proved Surety Company to the amount of Twenty per cent, of his tender, as a guarantee for the faith- ful fulfilment of his contract. The cheques of the unsuccessful bidder? will be returned within six days after the contract is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, or to waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this -1st day of 1015. WANT Sowing aiKMiiKit1 "rfi'w" "SLOGAN" ami. imv it niiulo In Canada Singer Sowing Mti- chino, ImcluMi up-by ttu ellli-ioiiL or- iziitfoM. Terms llfly cents week liberal discount for cash. Slater ug MucWno, Co., 4tli Avenue S. O. Box "SITtl ATfONS VACANT PATENT SOLICITOR'. WM. .Ki (U.SJ AtlormH'. in oxncrlijncfe in Ciimula anil U. S, ly T ratio Marks and siK'iH n'Klstorl'il; In ami validity oil in patent Hii'lis.., for ttuunsul, Write for i it 1'oh tuition. Expert witness in (.intent suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. ,.39 St., James Street, t, ,V fflrl. to assist n housework on farm fotirmilcs from jlty. Plioiio Ruin! registered medical prae- itiomir, of the of Alberta, for two mining' camps employing, '100 Swt per man, cadi month, j to be pnltl to doctor. Populutlon 2500. Hospital accommodation provided by miners. Good surgical doctor prefer- red. Applications to 'he-accompanied references. Apply by .Inly Ifitli. Ifllii. to R. AI. Morgan, manayer, hos- pital, Colemtin, Alta, the successful scientific methods in; defeating death. j A vaudeviile act of classy comedy i type, one the management cannot; praise too highly, is Chase James. late of Paniage's circuit. PROFESSIONAL CARDS NURSING MISSION BENEFIT AT STARLAND TONIGHT The above society should benefit materially from the show at. Starland tonight, for no organization in the city does more io" help the poor auu distressed, botti in the nursing and supplying, of necessaries of life for j the needy. The.' prices, fifteen for I adults and ten for'ctiildren, are with-i in reach of- all, practi- cal'iy everyone will, extend a helping hand. An extra -strong -bill- has been ar- ranged, the feature of which will be "p'Garry of the' Royal a three-reel" Broadway star feature, dealing with the life and adventures of a Monntie. O'Garry is Some, and something unue.ual may be looked for. The ninth epi- sode of "The Black Box" will be screened, also two other two-reel fea- one entitled "The with Alice Joyce in the leading role, and "Almost a a two-reel western comedy, possessing laughs in galore for the young and-'old.V HORROKS AND ATROCITIES OF THE CKKAT Sons at the forefront of battle. Most, thrill- ing and heart stirring book written, doing like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. Big terms. Sample hook free. Winston Company. Limited, Toronto._______ ana women to learn the barber trade: wages while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. 'Catalogue 'free. Molcr Barber College. -604-A Centro Street, Calgary, Alta. good general servant. Apply .Mrs. South. Hl-i 9th Street cook, good wages Apply Steward, Y. >M. C. A. Boarding 169 SALE OK EXCHANGE FOR 17, for cauh or will ;trado liorstis or caltlo. [son, Tabur. Alia. TO ,clear-title lots in North Ward abused at for '13 or Model Ford or other make. o( automobile. Apply Box 102 Herald x LAND FOR SALE P. 'acres' of ..irrigated land near city with house in crop, 4 aoros -oats, 3 acres .poU-.-. toes, liorses. harness, wagon, r uid plow, 537fi handles, baiancp per is-..for Immediate- sale. flenlfy room, Macdonald Block., 3 miles ironi city, -Hr 'acres' acres hay and balance, pasture, Slin.On an acre, cash, i balance 10 years fi per cent., in-torest. icres raw praiiriu vith coal and oil '.right in acre, with .interest at I! per M. G0 at NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who has had 20 years' experience in Making and Repairing Bicycles WANTS YOUR WORK. Every piece of work turned out guaranteed to give satisfaction. Tires and all Accessories 6th St. Herald Office. 6UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING MIn K.M. Holmei graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Institute, Medical Massago and Gymnastics Electrical and Therapeutic UBDt Treatments, Electrolysis and Siiaffl-pootog Treatments given pointment only. Room 1. Hul" W. S. Physician, Surgeon, Accoucaer. Hours 2 3; p.m. Offlce 914 Third Areirae. Phone 1363. DR. 109 Sherlock Block. Residence 1268 Sixth Avenue. Office hours Offlce Phone 319: Residence 1090. OP. Ear, Eye. ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours It; evenings by appointment. Offlce 341, Residence 593. Wanted oy experienced nurse; tees 510 per week; can recommended. Apply Box 25 Herald office. M, j, Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder of a Dominion Denta! Certificate. Office: Rooms G and 6, Bryan' Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. Dentist (successor to Dm. Courtlce t Ollchriit) Graduate TJnlvenlty of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. ORS. MARRS AND Oentists Succea sors to Drs. Stewart Mc-Clure. Hours: i to S.- Office, Hig-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. PR. E. S. Dentist, mem-, bar of Royal College of Surfons, Licentiate Royal College pi Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. S-8 nigln-botham Block. PRIVATE PRIVATE HOSPITAL lira. VM Haarlem's Prints Hospital Maternitr Home. Special ratei glT-an on application. 1224 7th AYenne South. Phone T. S. Leading Funere Director aad Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Granite Works of Calgary. Office Coiit House. Phone S81 RM -dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER 4 FUNERAL 803 3rd .Are. a Phoue 1802. Open night and The Decorators, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone. 17S2, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta.- PIANO G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Plaver-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn.. London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A SHOE L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt sctllements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy tile entire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. Lethbridge, Prone 1023. FRANK all 4tn Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. 115 PIANO PUPILS FOR PIANO Orlando 1401 7th Avenue MRS. W. H. JOHNSON will continue giving piano lessons during the ho -idaysl Special c sruoft shrdi.i j.un idays. Special course for those unable to study during winter. Studio: 1226 Fifth Avenue A. South. Pholle 1308. GRAIN, FEED HAY AND Feed of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. The Lethbridge Vul-'canizins specialists, work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Mc-Nabb's Saddlery. HAY, GRAIN AND PRO-DUCE Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Alfalfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South: Phone 496. Lethbridge, Alberta. VJ. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbrldjd Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountants Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, .Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- ligations, Liciuidationa. Acadia Building, Reiident j. RITCHIE Accountant AND CI-EANING CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. 0 TAILORING Under supervision of first class ladles' tailor. .Special line ladies' suits 125.00. The Valet, specialists in Chemical Cleaning and Dyeing, 324 6th St. S., Phone 1812, Rig calls au4 liven.' orderly at Gait Hospital. Apply Superintendent. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO roomed- fully''mod-.-' rn newly decorated very-con-, ral; will rent at very terms, to: good tennnnt. C. C. Pagnuelo, Plioue- 543. TO a kooa'fopm'iViiH'all modern steam shower baths, TO I Oth Sti.'Sv oloseito-. Victoria Mansions, modern bungalow', with gas rea- sonable rent. ner or tile C. -B. City TO Reside :In the' 'Victoria.; FOR number of new and second hand sewing machines of sev- eral makes. and up. All in good shape and guaranteed. City Second, Hand Store. 40i; 5th'.St. S. nished housekeeping; apartments can now 'be -520-' 'per1'm'plith. An inspection Mansions ofllce, 3rd''Ave.'; 6. IGG-'-O TO klfpwn as 'flie .Prd- miuni Grocery, in-4' eluding seven rooms nc-r m'o'nth or month', located' next to1 Apply'J. Tliff, 13th Street S.' TO water. Apply 112 IQUl'Sy. FOR of all kinds. We specialize on high grade second hand furniture. Give us .a call.. We lead iliein aii. City Second Store, 406 5tli Street South. TO Funiislie CRUSHED FEED FOR In fulK" use "-of- phbfe' J and Wrlor. i A pfioitS' 510 ford, Alta. ROOM AND 'I in modern house; g'oo'u. locality'', mod- FOR you are. asked it erate ierms Apply 601 S: you have a seu-ing .machine, tell the person who that heCore ptir- chasing you are going to inspect the stock of Davis machines.that Asquith and Waddinston are selling in the old McKiilop stand. You can save your- self from 325 to ?35 or. the purchase of a machine. take anybody's, word for it lint come and use your own judgment. You will be delight- ed. leading to reci LOST ANfl- FOUND Wednesday, small key ring ftbou't 'six ..keys attached. Finder please to.. Faunch. Quick Prints Bank Budding. reward for iluformsaon MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR ens, pure hred, Pekin Ducks, 70c. Ph Leghorn Chick Also pure whit All pure iovery of one roan mars, 4 years old, three White'feet, stripe'dn face; branded UZ on left thigh. -Ap- ply Box ''15 Herald-i City of Liftlt-" the _ bred. I bridge Pound since June 3rd, 1315., to buy and sell five passenger car, in ,30od condition. Ford' be a bargain. Room preferred; must i le Macdonald Blk. Bi stock and grain land in exchange for -Spokane income property and cash; .southwestern Al- berta preferred. W. P. Wyard, 2424 Grand Blvd., Spokane, Wash. leading to grade Per-, cheron filly, blue, blazed suarjscjos? point, of left shoulder, rowne, Warner, Alia. Notice to who is consider- ing the purchase of a sewing'machlne to see our'splendid stock..- -Why- pay for a second hand article when you may have a superior, new''ma- chine for less money. Come and see us before you .commit yourselves to any high priced proposition. Asttuith and Waddington, McKillop's old stand Wanted Union and ers to know by actual.j count, :-.C that there lire ten Painters jwr.rlOOO.' .u habitants' In Great -Falls, diti ere li .r. habitants' In Great -Falls, ditions bad. 3rd Avenue. STKAYED Wednesday, 23. from east iiiilf of lil-7-20, one rba'h'cbw branded po Diamond on left Also vented 'brand JD'ori right side. Suitable'reward for Infor- mation leading to recovery or return to J. H. McTavish, P. O. Box 148. Phone Rural 508, Letllbridge. iny place, Sve miles cast of Spring Coulee, about -May 1st, a yearling bull, roan, np brand. Ap- ply K. Beawick, Spring Coulee, Alta. Friday last, (i liorses, three black, two bays and one roan. Reward lor return to Kournier and iiesimbal, 4 miles S. B. of Lethbridgc. Phone K-404 or Phone 1787 City. Cowjey on May 19, 4 head of horses, 1 buckskin mare S years old; 1 dark sorrel mare 5 years old, 1 dark gray gelding 1 year old; 1 light sorrel colt 1 year old; all branded R on loft hip. seen at north side.of Plnphor reward for any Information. Cowley, THIS PAGE. GOES ' I 'O'CLOCK p. M. ADS MUST BE< THIS HOUR. T ORDERED. Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND TRUNKS Transffe Phone, Cartful and Prompt, ;