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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i�Age two THE LETH BRIDGE- DAILY HERAtD -SI MAJESTIC..TONIGHT PHONE 1722  * -^^-fc M M AND WED. THE UNITED PRODUCING CO. OFFER THE PLAY OF THE CENTURY TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1916 By EUGENE WALTER. Author of "Tr.!!! of the Lonesome Pine," "Paid in Full," "The Wolf," Etc. WITH A SPLENDID COK^PANY. INCLUDING JANE BABCOCK, JACK CARRINGTON, KATHERIN BOND. RUTH DETTIN, HARRY HAVDEN, LAWRENCE FOSTER & OTHERS (ivviii SccJiic Production. Elaborate Lii'htinj' Kftocts, C'suiojul of Properties Prices. 25c., 50c., 75c.. and $1.00 THIS IS NOT MOVING PICTURE SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY'S I WANTED-A girl for general housework. Apply 1213 5th Ave. S. 71-0 WANTED-Stewaril tor Chinook Club, must be reliable. Apply In person to tho soorotary, after 12 noon. 78-0 \VANTt2D-Wood geiiernl aer^-ant. Apply mornings, ,1251 tUh Ave. A. S., or phone Hao. 78-6 WANTED-Man to iisslst in store at jDiamond. City. Apply J. balrymplG, ir. Srd St. A S., Lethbrldge. 75-6 WANTED-Stenographer and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & Moir, Barons, Alta. 71)-0 WANTED-Capable girl for general housework. Apply -^o. 4. Strathcona Court, 79-0 WANTED-First class, thoroughly capable saleswoman for dry goods. iApplv personally to Clarke & Co, 66-0 MPRESC "THE STRIFE ETERNAL" , WANTED-At once, u girl capable of assumins some responsibility In a prl-i vato house, .\ppiy Mrs. C. E. Brandow, ifiOti 10th St. S. 78-� Last Time TONIGHT IN FIVE ACTS. THE WONDERFUL ROMANCE OF JANE &HORE, PRE- WANTED - A competent maid for i general housework. Apply Mrs. r. A, SENTED BY THE CELEBRATED STAR. BLANCHE FORSYThE. AND A ' tv;,^,;V 124T4thAvt^ South, or to R, COMPANY OF OVER 3,000 PLAYERS. THIS IS TRULY A MASTER PICTURE j a. WrighL jewolor. 72-0 RPHEU EXTRA SPECIAL TONIGHT lANTAGEi unequalled THE ONLY STANDARD VAUDEVILLE PLAYING IN THE CjTY DIRECT FROM NEW YORK. BOWMAN BROS The Blue Grass Boysi CLAIRMONT BROS. Kings of the Revolving Ladder THIRD IN- ^, . j^,p STALMENTof txKAr JL EVERY ACT A FEATURE JEAN .WARD, HARRISON TERRY & CO, The Frame I'p" NOTICE Tenders will be roceivcil uvtil .Mar. Lutii for ihe unloadlns. hiiulinc I'.nd placinp of r(>ck In dykes ne�r the C. P.U. viaiUict. crossiiii; the Belly Klv-! ei- at Leihbridse. Amount to be hand-i Unl will be appro.ximately ITOO yards. Further partlenlnrs may be had at this olRce. Lowest or any tender iu>t nceessar-iili iiccepted. ' .1. .M. .MaeArthur, Acting Supfrintenden; v'.l'.lt iAd. No. T. Lethbridat?. MAID WiVNTED-Must bo good plain cook and accustomed to answering telephone. Apply at the NursIng^ Mission 68-0 WANTED-Birst class dressmaker; one capable of making alteratloas. Apply personally to Clarke & Co. 66-0 CHABOT AND DIXON .Mitsical Variety .. . LOUISE DE FOGGI .\ Bundle of Grace and Melody PICTURES START 7.30, VAUDEVILLE 9 O'CLOCK. ONLY ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT. ADMISSION TO ALL 50c MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING TUES., MAR. 21st With a Perfect Cast TWENTY-FIVE PEOPLE -MOSTLY GIRLS- A SUPERB PRODUCTION Prices 50c. to $1.50 MAIL ORDERS FOR SEATS NOW RECEIVED La.st times toiiisilit THE GREAT BROADWAY FAVORITE Blanche Ring IN THE UNSURPASSABLE PHOTOPLAY "THE YANKEE GIRL," 5 Reels On the same bill, "THE ADOPTED FATHER," A Heart gripping Drarna. Tomorrow 'rimr.s. THE INTERNATIONAL STAR Pauline Frederick In "Bella Donna" AN INTENSELY SENSATIONAL PLAY WITH EGYPTIAN SETTINGS NOTICE WANTED-A good girl in private familv, must be uood cook; will pay good "wages for right party. Apply 721 3ra Street South. f6-6 WANTED-By bachelor, housekeeper for the summer, light work. Only , one man to cook for. Must be good 'cook. No objection to widow with one i child. Address Box 29 Herald. 74-6 .�S"i^""th:'o.c^v;;^;;^"or";^in^'^f i ^a^t^^^^^^^^^i^ ^lerk - ^^llZl^t Dun"n'ore!�- ktiowledg. of trimming win- six (6) inch and Taber. Trenches to , be four thousand (40001 feet long at Dun-more and fourteen hundred (1400) feet long at Taber. Seven (7) feet six (ti) inclK^s deep. Particulars can be had at this of-lice. Lowest iir any tender not iiece.ssar-ily accepted. J. .M. MaeArthur. Acting Superintendent C.lMl.. dows preferred, ences and stale Box 30 Herald. Apidy giving refer-salary expected to 76-0 WANTED-Married man for halt sec-lion fann. summer or yearly con-:ract, separate house, woman to give some help in owner's home, near town Apply giving references to Box 45, Herald Office. Lethbridge. 77-6 Ad. No. r. Lethbridge. TO RENT R E.VT-^KuTly nioilerii' WANTED-At once, married man and I wife for farm work. Must be experienced and reliable. Phone or write J. W. Kurd. Bow Island. .\lta. 79-ti KOH RE.VT-Fully moilern V-roomed bouj.e. :UG 7th Ave. south, newly decorated, full basement, .^pply ais 7th Ave.. S. 78-(; TO UE.N'T-Two rooms, furnished for light housekeeping, containing gas cook stove and all modern convenience.-!, u.-e of phone and piano. .A.pply 123IJ .".th Ave. A. South, ro phone 11107. 79-6 WANTED-Men and women to learn bprbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R.. depot. 33-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-.\ four months' old female ! English bull terrier, color white with one brown ear. Finder kindly com-iuiunicaie with R. Busby. 638 Stli St. , South, phone 1093. 79-1 LOS'l"-One foan mareri^lOO lbs.. 7 year.-i old; bay mare, 1300 lbs., 7 year? old; one grey mare, 9 years old, all branded 7 reverse E left shoulder. 51(1 reward for inl'ortnation leading to discovery of any of these animals. .�\pply L. E. Holmaii, Ttaber, Alia. 74-6 WANTED-;>ren' and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeks qualifies ; tools free ; wages while learnior; ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata-los;ue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, fiO-la Centre St.. Cal-Kary. 37-0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE l-'ARMERS-We are prepared to take in a few cars of timothy hay in exchange for lumber. Address Box 23. Herald. 77-0 BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th St. North. S4-0 AUCTION SALE 35, Head of horses, marcs and j>eldin8s, two or three good stallions and aboiit 25 cows due to calf in a short time. On FRIDAY, MARCH the 17th JUST ARRIVED FROM ONTARIO, One carload of Registered Roan and Red SCOTCH SHORTHORN BULLS OF THE VERY BEST BREEDING PLANT TREES AND MAKE A REAL HOME and LETHBRIDGE A GARDEN CITY THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HARDY. HIGH. CLASS TREES AND SHRUBS AT REASONABLE RATES. EVERGREENS, RUSSIAN POPLAR, COTTONWOODS, SHRUBS, CURRANTS AND APPLE AND CRAB TREES. A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO. COALDALE, ALBERTA, Roan Monarch - Pedigree No, 103139, calved Nov, 23, 1914, Roan Lively Milton - Pedigree No. 104258, calved Aug, 26, 1914. ...... Roan Diamond Favorite-Pedi-  gre9 No, 104541, calved Jan. 7, 1915, Roan C'ount - 'Pedigree No, 101536, calved May. 18. 1914, Roan DImond Lad - Pedigree No. 104542, calved Nov, 23, 1914. ; Red Franklin - Pedigree No, 104442, calved May 15, 1914. , Red Toncy - . Pedigree No. � 1D4477,,calved May 2, 1914. Red King George-Pedigree No. 96374, calved Jan. 2, 1914, Red John Bull - Pedigree No. * 104421, calved Dec, 10, 1911. Red Mark - Pedigree 104309, calved Feb. 10, 1915. Red General - Pedigree No, 104310, calved Jan. 23, 1915. Red Nero-^Pedlgr;ee No, 104308, calved Deb, 10, 1915, j Red Prince Charlie - Pedigree No, 92725, calved Feb. 27, 1913 Red Joe-Pedigree No. 99026, calved -Feb,- 18, 1914. - -Red Strawberry King-^Pedigree .No, 86575, calved May 20, 1911 Red Florence' MacGregor-Pedigree No, 107738, calved April 25, 1913, \' ,: SALE ,TO COMMENCE AT 12,30 P. M,'(SHARP). LETHBRIDGE SALES BARN, 3RD STREET SOUTH H.p, RQLLOG, Prop. J, A, SMITH, Auctioneer UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF HORSES, CATTLE & IMPLEMENTS ON TUESDAY MARCH 21ST COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP, ON .\. W. '/I, 28-10-23, -^'A miles soutbwoat of Nobleford, and 4 miles nonheast of .Monarch. Having sold his farm. J. A. Smith, Auctioneer, has recelvel in-slnictlons from T. Dekker to soil at public auction and -without i-eserve, the following: HORSES-1 Bay gelding, 7 years old, 1200 lbs., 1 bay mare, 7 years old. l';ir>0 lbs., I grey mare, G years old. 1300 lbs., 1 grey mare, (! years old, 1300 lbs., 1 bay mare. 8 years old. in foal, 1350 lbs., 1 l)ay mare. 10 years old, 1300 lbs., 1 bay mare, 10 years old, 1400, lbs., 1 bav mare, 6 years old. 1200 lbs., 1 bay gelding, 5 years old, vm lbs,, 1 bay gelding, C years old. I'JaO lbs., 1 bay gelding, 2 years old, 1 black gelding, 1 year old. CATTLE-1 Fresh milk cow, 1 cow in calf, 1 cow, 1 fat calf, six iiionllia old, 11 hellers, rising two years old, 1 steer, one year old, ij'i chickens, IT, rooalers, about 3000 feel of assorted lumber. IMPLEMENTS-2 Elghl-tool Deering binders, 1 l(i double disc Van Brunt [iroas drill, 1 2U single disc Van Urunt, drill, 1 ]2-inch Kiiierson gang plow, stubble and breaker bottoms, 1 John Deere liiincli sulky plow, stubble and breaker bottoms, 1 3-section Campbell packer, 1 ,Iolin Deere disc Hi-inch 16, 1 3-seotion harrow, 1 12-foot Cyclone weed destroyer. 1 I'^osler autonnitic fanning mill, 1 suaiii pltkler, 1 hay rake, 1 U-toot mower, 1 democrat buggy, 4 seta do\iblo team imrness, 1 set single buggy iiarness, also spades, sllo^ul^;, 3 new steel granaries never usedf 1 unloading grain elevator. NEW HOUSE FURNITURE-2 Iron bedsteads, sl>ring8 and matlreiises, I single bedsinad, 3 x 5, 1 cook stove, 1 fancy parlor stove. 1 heating stove, I large extension tabli), 1 kitchen table. 10 chairs. 1 glass cupboard, 1 eomoile, 1 chiffonnler, 2 largo carpets 1 dinner set, I toilet set, 1 sowing machine, and a number of other articles. TERMS:-All sums of $10 and under, cash. Over (hat amount 8 months' credit on funilshlng npi)rove(l Joint uoiob at 8 per cent., except thai 125 easli will bo asked on each of the work horses. On the remainder of oredlt amounts, 8 months will be given oh furnishing approved joint notes, at 8 per cent., or 8 per cent, oft for casli. Kverything will bo sold as the owner has sold his farm. T, DEKKER, Prop. FREE UUNCH, .J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer LAND-MISCELLANEOUS LAND WANTKD - Wanted to buy from owner % or % section Improved land In Sundial or Iron Springs district, ' Muat bo u bargain. Apply nt onco to Box SO, Herald Office. 74-12 por SALK - tlarden land, one fo und oi)e 5-acre garden tract under irrigation and culllvatiou, close to city on good terms. H. Galvin, Phone R304, Lethbridge,__774) LAND for SAbE-Choice Improved farms, Vi and Ma sections, at $10.00 to $20.00 per acre, on crop puyuienta. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Block, tiethbrldge. Phono ii70. 74-6 WANTKl>^Uatings~or farm latuis" In all locations, on crop payment or ordinary agreement. It you want to buy or rent a farm see us. lIllnols-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Macdonald Block, or Phone 1522._____ __J^T'-1 LBNZIE PARM'-FOTl SALIC-At "Len-zlo, 4 miles northwest of Lethbridge, % section good land, in good condition and good location; cheap in price. Apply S. Wilkinson, Lethbridge, or on thojarm, 78-6 lenzTb^faMi KbTTsAurbH Wn^ At'Lenzle, 4 miles northwest of Lethbridge, % section good land. In good condition and good location; cheap in price. Apply S. Wilkinson. Lethbridge or on the fann. _ PAltM for RENT - 2" Sections of land, near Altorado, Alta., 300 acres under cultivation. 130 acres snnimer-fallow. First class place for stock raising. Well fenced, good grazing land. 'Apply J. Garrison, S. W. Vt Sec. S0-.V9. Altorado, Alberta. 72-12 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE euPERFLOUa* HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOlNQ-MlM K. M. Holmoi graduate ot the Pennsylvftnla Orth-opaertlo Inptltute, Medical Massage and. aymnnstics iSwedtsh). Klectrl-eal Vlbratorj' �h