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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LKTHBRinfiE DAILY FIUDAY, JUNK. HO, 1U10 Go To STARLAND For The BESTi MOTION PICTURES IN 15c AND 10o. Tonight Travel Series. Poor Relation" 3 REEL BIOGRAPH FEATURE "Cupid's Hath" ESSANAY COMEDY "Tlu> Mighty Deep" ..SONG BY G. E.-.FLEMING' CARDS jFARNUM IN "SEN BLAIR" HERE Greatest Military Sensation oi' tlu- Year. The vvoiuleri'ul War L 11 A J? Ihe Are Coming PRICES: Children. 25c PHEUM Tonight and Tomorrow PRICES: Children. 25c Adults.. 50c TO RENT II TO furnished coUuce. 1 close? in. Apply Mis :lrd Ave. South. _ _ 1G7-S TO -HKNT barge, woll furnished room, suitable for one or two scullo- raenv Breakfast if desired, 623 3th Strait, South.________.._____141-0 rooms central, minutes fruui everywhere. Apply Southard Block. 1200 Canadian Highlanders and Pipers' Band in action. See them storm the. H waits of Lucknow. See the daring soldier riding for help fall 40 feet subject that should HLfl BuG Nation.'- Witness battles and hand-to-hand combats never hefor- seen by every num. HNI Learn of one of- the greatest, most glorious episodes in British history, and IB K H m your own Canadian sellers play noble parts, Th- first and ii n (i child in JiLiEsa appearance of Canadian soldiers in a big film war story. Five stupendous tmKMm rue's of ercath-taking scenery and plot all truo to history 7jOOO people in cast, featuring Grace Cunard, Francis Ford and Eddie Polo the strong Sir Sain Hujylies. I 510 14th St. S.. li-ruont j fuUj; moileni-furnished cottage, July, August ami September. Apply N. U. 10 McDonald Block. JTO-li TO 'of yood hand with SO acres seeded to gralh: 20 acres pasture, balance suniiuer-fnl lowed. Plenty ot outside range for itock. Apply 3rd Avenue A. S. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes graduate ot the Pennsylvania Orlh- opiiedlc Jilodlcal MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Surgeon, Accoucher.' Mourn 11.111. Oft'ico 314 Third Avenue. Phone JSIi'3. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Noje and -gSS SMITH a. smith an .luns D. you are sick un want to regain health, take ipina adjustments and gel well.' Ccusu lotion freo. Office In rnsidenc 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bah cry, hours 3.UO to 5; 7 to 3. Pboi 145-2 l.ethVldge.. TO. Rent from 1st July ;or three or four months, a five-roomed house, fully furnished, light and wa- ter included. for per month. Ap- ply Mrs. M. AicKay. 310 3rd Ave. S., I.ctlibridEe. Alberta. lliC-6 I SATURDAY THE MILITARY SPECTACLE OF THE YEAR, FEATURING FKANCIS FORD GRACE CUXARD AND A BRILLIANT SUPPORTING CAST OF 2500 PEOPLE, IN The CampbellsAre Coming Love, War, Romance, and Thrilling Action This fascinating war drama of the English -Army in heroic relief of Lucknow, India, in 1857. is a supe'rb military and spectacular feature. Realistic as to setting's .and costumes, with a vast number of people engaged, it is a notable production. Story and Screen Adaptation Grace Cunard Produced and directed Francis Ford 25c, Adults 50c C O M G, M O N D A Charles Chaplia 'Carmen' The special -i parts Comedy. EMPRESC Tonight and Tomorrow ALSO OTHER GOOD FEATURES WANIADS SITUATIONS VACANT reliable nurse for four children. Apply Box 2. Herald. 170-6 for "gniefa 1 hoiisT-' work. Apply Mrs. J. V. Cuolin, 719 6th St. South. IB'S-fi good genera! servant, for family of two. 3rd Ave. S. lliO-U girl for light house- work, small family. Apply 519 Bth St. "outh. 160-0 i seneral'servant for small family. Mrs! L. B. i Dayton. Alta. Duncan, rl to assist with general housework. Apply 1253 FA RM LANDS south. suite with private bath, a complete home ftt moderate rental. Apply to Mansions office. 3rd Avenue South, be- tween 9 11 and 1 I o'clock. Phone 636. FOR PRIVATE HOSPITAL Jlre. Va Haarlem's Private Hospital maternity Homo. Sepcial'rates gh en on application. 1224 7th Avonu South. Phone 7ifi. and 704 611 47-1 Ave. South. Phono 315. TO HENT-In the Victoria Mansions. I M. one small furnished housekeeping C FOR wooden packing cases. Hufner. the Shoeman. _ work of all descriptions, and done to order. Apply 1101 IHh Street S. ISS-Ox FOR Two in town, good business. Cheap rent. Box 242. Shelby, Mont., U.S.A. __________ FOR head yearling and 2- year-old heifers at stock yards. Hatch Lewis. 167-ii FOH hand cars in jooii condition. Call at Standard Gar- age; phone 5S4.________________160-12 FOR class registered' tiolstein Bull from the famous Korn- dyke strain. Apply box City. 11J6-12 G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate 51 .T. Assn., London England. Reference to the leading nrusiciaus of the city. Phone 1168, 1263 6th Ave. A. South. c SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work rioiio promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank lliles, 511 4th Avenue South. C DECORATING used Walnut Piflno. ;250.00. Mason Risen, Limited, Bal- C. P. R. MILITARY CROSS proved farms and large tracts. SS.OO to 320 per acre. No cash required if you havt: the equipment. N. B. Peat s The gallant officer, who is 22 of age returned on leave from France last .week, and by Royal Cor-aand, attended at Buckingham Palace on "Wednesdaj morning to receive his de- coration ac the hands of His IJje King along with a number of, pfher officers. Ihe full stori ot the young officer's 'lam deed may now be deed which he displayed a coolness and presence of mind which enabled him ife extricate himself and his small par- ti? of men from a perilous position and i til the same time capture as prison- ws-of war nc than 45 armed In the earlr morning of March 27th was decided to1 explode three mines the St. EIoi salient, and Lieut. Mc- with twenty men of the Roval Fusiliers were entrusted irith some dangerous work in the vicinity of these mines Before the Lieuten It to the corporal with the request jant and his men could return to safe request :ty the irines exploded and the con ot the ground was so altered by the explosions that in the darkness ilibe pan> lost their way. As they 'f-were' proceeding cautiously in what lihey thought was the direction of the fiBritlsh trenches, five figures suddenly .appeared in front of them; Immedi ately on Lieut McArthur challenging ithe "Who goes ''en Illuminating shell burst and r-veal- the helmet of a German officer ;who was the leiding man of the five. shouted Lieut. McArthur, the saras time drawing bis revol- ind dropping1 knee. TTO out in the darkness, and Cthe German officer fell, mortally the remaining three an equal number ol the offi- er'a companions accounted for. corporal with the party then came p from behind, and Lieut. McArthur, 'ing corporal to rest his rifle bU (the Lieutenant's) shoulder; fifth man was disposed of. the German officer was lying the ground he called for the "brave officer" to come to him. Sus- the ofri- not having been disarmed, Lieat. _ deemed .it advisable not to with the request, and proceed- torpor: Xhat rtiuti Iron town, al snap, 'price Si.-l.'Sfl per 'acre, j man must be able to milfcianil barn on 12th Street, one Mock j w j L, OYrj (Manaaer's) Reslderc on easy terms. T. .M. Huff, 457. Lath-] APn'5' 'oreuoon aflOOl Sill Ave S. Irom rleetwood school. Phone 516, Accountant's residence 1753 170-8 Farmers' Lumber Co, Inspectors at Letlibridge, TENDERS Tenders .re.ce.iyed. ,bv the un jdersigned up to 12. o'clock. July 5th for grading ten miles of railway from jPakowki east, .fitirling-Weyhiirn line. j Particulars at this office. Superiiiten- j dent's office. and Chief (Engineer's office, Winnipeg. J. M. CAME RON, iB Gen. Supt. A. man- who thoroughly understands handling alfalfa for hay. Must be fully competent to handle men and take full charge of cutting. curing and stacking. Write Box 33, Herald. ;1S5-S NOTICE TO Joe Grmilx or Gronlix Frank H. Steinbart has sued yoi for a board bill Unless you file a defence in Hie Court House SE Letlibridge. Alberta. thirty jdays from this date judgment may be entered against you. Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, this 27th day of June, TV. H. IRWINY. F Clerk of the Court. tfn tifl that ft should be given to his officer. Lieut. McArthur then made his way cautiously ahead, and to his surprise came upon a trench full of Germans! i Maintaining his presence of mind, I hqweyer, he turned to his handful of men. which now numbered six, and i shouted. "Come on, my lads, give I them a The click of the ri- t fles proved sufficient for the Huns, j who shouted. "No shoot, no shoot, and threw up their hands in token" of surrender. With an empty revolver in one hand and a cane in the other, the brave young officer advanced tc the made signs j to thS S. O. E. Halls For Kent Both large and small S.Q.E. halls are now open for rent for lodges, meet- ings, dances, etc. Apply A. J. BLACKBURNE CO.. Acadia'Bldo. Phone 1084. Martin Transfer Phone ISSfi PROMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. WANTKD reli- able local agent, for'-Lethbridge and surrounding country to sell Hardy Fruit Trees. Flowering Shrubs. For- est Seedlings for shelter bells, smal fruit bushes, etc. Our selection o varieties includes many hardy Rus sian varieties for severe districts Good pay weekly, oucfft free exclii sive territory. Our agency is.valuable Write for particulars, Department El. Pelham Nursery Co., Toronto. Ont. _____ "D1 FOR Polled Angus Bull, four years eld; .also several good Holstein and Shorthorn Slilch cows; some fresh with .calves at foot, some coming'In shortly. Apply H. Tarry, Dallas Farm nes: sidence 593. DRS. CONNOR. McNALLY JAMIt- 101) Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Itestdonco 019. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. in.; 1.30 to a.30; 7 to S p.m. R, B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surfioon, Accoucher. Ili24 Avonue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to S. Phono -176. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dentnl CertiHeate. Office: Rooms 5 and S, Bryan iiiock. Phcno 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Conrtice uate University Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 11CB, Lethbrldge. Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart anil Me- Clnre. Hours: a to 6. Office. Hig- inbothani Block. Phone 37-1. DR. E. G. mem. her of Hoyal College of Surgeoui. (Bng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.U.S. ispp. Hours: Office: Hlginbothain Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING J! T. S. Fetterly .Leading Funeral Director and Erabalrner; also-agent for the Somerville aiarble ft Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 56L Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176, Open day and night Y. fc Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1S02. Open night and day. MUSIC ISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte 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 were successful. Studio 9th street south. Lethbridge. Phone R30C. 159-12 Raymond and Magrath. All bay paid for in full when loaded. No come backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not selling your haj to us. TV'hy 'not SECOND HAND FURNITURE SITUATIONS WANTED iN-rcju by woman to cook for respectable crew. Apply Mrs Clarke, 122 8th St. S. Phoue 1386. 170-2 CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Correspondents wanted to contri- bute news regularly to the Leth- bridge Hersld from Colcman, Mi- chel, Granum, Clareaholm, Car- mangay, Vulcan. Taber, Grassy' Lake, Burdett, Cowley, Milk.River, New Dayton, Foremoit, Lucky Strike, Couttj, Spring .Coulee, Coalhurs't, Monarch. Arrange- ments explained by writing News Editor, The Herald, Lethbridge.. LOST AND F00ND AIIII umue signs j 3 v ns to get out ot H. which Al I 1 them, all fully MCJNUMtN 1 S remainder of Lieut. Me' I 1 I tj Headstones iiini Crosses ttajr-'jlMlj- ai'dA'.4r amiedi .-The reinaii _ Arthur's tittle party oosv came up. and the Oermkng were diBarmed. made prisoners and. marched to the British trenches. Dawn now commencing to break, the advance '.of the little v ith Lheir prisoners became extremeh dan- gerous, and on one occasion they bad ol CVCVV a narrow escape of being shot down jy the men In the British trenches. UCSCrilHlOll being mistaken for an attacklns party ,1 ot the enemy. However, this danger j lo was ultimately arerted and tU paity arrived safely at the British trenches Get our prices and SEE OUft VVORK BEFORE YOU Money to Loan W F. NELSON 4 CO., Alberta LOBIT iijock, je AljierU THE WANT, AD. TO I BUY- PHESS EARLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAGE MUST REACH THE IISIULD OPPICI3 BY. ONE O'CLOOW TO IN- SURE l.N'SBHTION ON THK SAMB UAY AS terrier S or 0 years old. Suitable reward for return to hinook Coal Co. Sherlock Building Lethbridge. 168.6 FOR have a store full of high ciass furniture, -and we are expecting a car load to arrive any time, which our buyer purchased in Cal- gary. Don't forget that we are the leading Second Hand dealers of Southern Alberta. Call on us when you are needing any household goods and you will save money: City Second Hand Store, 40C 5th St. Phone 1428. 167-8 GOLDEN WEST 1663. Prompt service. HOMESTEADS for soldiers or oth- ers. Term of service counts as home- stead duties if you file before you en- list'. Am offering information regard- ing three quarter sections, level, good land, open for homestead cancellation within three and five miles of old es- tablished town and railway. Rare op- portunity; act quickly. Write Box 4S, i -lerald. DDNT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Howard5fufchbury, Sey. R Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. P.. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. RS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano; Harmony and' Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully euuipped with black- hoard, scale ladder, modu- lating hoard, etc. Studio1" 1336 5th Ave. A. South. C DYEING AND CLEANING THE Specialists In French Dry Gleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at' Ua best. Only the most scientific "methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Slith Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND- CLEAN- ING WORKS re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works 'in tbt> city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR vfitt trade for good work horses, a black grade Percheron tali ion, coining 4 years, well broke to arm work. Box 26. Herald. 170-fi MISCELLANEOUS WAISTS nd hand. Apply" 409 JSfli Street A. outiK 1 68-3 __ __ ___ oBk' room with use of hone on nth street. Apply Box 21, lerald. 170-fi %Vi REWARD. bay maro n years old, branded J lazy C on left hip. One bay gelding, 5 years old, white face, same brand. Reward for return to E. S. Bowden, Taller Alta ____________, Hariiieyille on June ilst. a hay mare with white spot on forehead and spot on shoulder, brand- ed L B over bar on left hip. re- buv contents of a fur ward for informationfading to re- lowest hay mart. Pony Express and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE Phone 032 Fifth J Street South GRAYING OF ALL KINDS 1 GAHDENS PLOUGHED W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers In- tending selling their farm stock and implements, it will be to your In- terest to consult mo as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 5th Avo. North. Lethbriiigo. FRANK. you ara contemplating an auction sale oE your fanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge. who will give you expert service on reasonable .terms. Twen- ty years' experience.. PAINTING AND PAPSR'HANGING op bogy. Will also buy '.Iiree cars of lock Apply H, Tarry. Phone '306 Le lh bridge. about 1100, branded X with .bar over and under, en right threo white feet and white face, forctop will possibly have colt at side. reward to finder. Pleaae. iio- lify C. R. Turnbull. Turin, Alta. l6fi-S lio.oo one vhfto mare 10 years old. branded on right shoulder, on left shoulder. Reward for return to H. c. Ueekner. ___________________170-8 any informs. I tfoii Jelling to the recovery One I Herald.______ WANTED- also furniture. Nothliig too large or too small. Post card will bring prompt attention. V. A. Rogers, 711 12th'St. A. North. 16G-G ATTENTION! If tend to erect buildings, now is your time. A competent carpenter is looking for a job. Apply to A. D. Mac- Donald, Palace Rooms, Lcthbririsc. _______________ _ Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works ten acre block of B. C. fruit land and some cssh for shopp and atork. Ad- o. Walker, Burton City, B. 0. team Hired from uonneirs b.-irn Le'.librldgo. by one man, giving Ills :__j_____ as Earl Smith, one bay mare or two good second" branded one black hand electric coal cutting machines. mare branded OTH Must lie up-to-date and in working or- on left thigh, ono ret- dor. Olvc (nil description and price In gear end spring buggy. flfsl letter. Newcastle Coal Co., Lid., L. i'. Bonnell, Lethbridge, juit-6 Urtimheller, Alta. 16S-6 DRIVING Of All Kinds Limited. p. R. Frslghi Sludl PNONES: W.L. Co 3rd S. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, Painter, Paper- hanging and Kalsomining, graining and mailing a specialty. Estimates given free- Residence 965 llth'St. 3. Phone 1104. 149-26; ACCOUNTANT Tears' experionco In lumber, mining, milling and wbote- sain mercantile. Best Address Geo. Porter, 1203 3rd Ave.. South. 123.0 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. ..'Chartered Acadla Building, 3rd Ave. 6., Lethbridge. i1' Winnipeo and Everything in Accountant, Au- dits, investigations, Bookjikept, or wnticn up for FirmjS and Pairneranips Municipal Lumber Mining Ma Municipal Lumber Mining. Wholewlo and Retail Accounting Resident' Partner ROBT. J.-HlTCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scol ;