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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALT) THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1916, Last Time Toiiijiht "MR. GREX OF MONTE CARLO" E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM'S FAMOUS NOVEL, FEATURING THEODORE ROBERTS AND CARLYLE BLACKWELL . fr\day--saturday ' "thetraqedy of the pepper BOk inn-paramount travel series I^JESTIC^I. & SAT. NIGHTS PHONE 1722. MATINEE SATURDAY VAI' 1 RicED f nu 6 THE MOROCCO SIX g WHIRLWIND ARABIAN ACROBATS ^-^ ELOXA Billy Caiiie and Es- "THE SQUAW GIRL" telle Oilom In an Elaborate Scenic Singing Classy Dancing, Piano and Specialty Singing Act MILLIE STEVENS AM) CO. IN THE CLEVER COMEDY PLAYLET "AUNT BELINDA'S LEGACY NOTE THE PRICES; Any Seat. Any Time Two Bhows nightly. Pictures 7 to 7.30. Vaudeville 7.30 to 8.30. Pictures 8.30 to 9. Vaudeville 9 io 10. Pictures 10 to 11. , LAND-MISCELLANEOUS TO kENT-Alfnltn and Hmotlij- Irrl-gntod farm, good buildings nnd hog pasture. C. 11. Daniel, city phono 1245. rural phono5,_ 82-C PROFESSIONAL CARDS ADS^ roll SALE - Gnrdon land, ono 10 in(l ono 5-acro garden tract under Irrigation and cultivation, closo to city I an good terus. II. Onlvin, Phono R:m, Lethbrldge. _T'-O SITUATIONS VACANT I WANTED - 160 Acres In Turin or Sundial District, In exchange for house In Lolhbridge as part payment. I Clear tlUe to house. Apply P- O. Box - .854, City. _Sa-H Wanted-A porter. Alexandra Hotel. Apply at the 81-0 WANTED-A general ser>-ant. Apply lUOl Slh Ave. South. g^'" WANTED-A boy to learn the baking trade. Apply John Gllmore. 86-6 WANTED-A gin for genoi-al house-work. Apply 1213 5th Ave. S. 71-0 WANTED-Woman to- do plain sew-Inc. Steadv emplovment It desired. Apply Mrs. Street. 114 5th St. S. 87-3 WANTED-A housemaid for the. Emergency HosplUl. Apply to the Matron, 319 r.th Ave. S. 85-0 WANTED-A bov about 17. to look after horse and "work around store. Apply Bawden Bros. _ WANTED-At once, a competent stenographer. Apply to Johnstone & Ritchie, Acadia Building. ^5-6 WANTED - A competent maid for general housework. Apply Mrs. Geo. Stacev. 1116 3rd Ave.. South. , 86-h MPRESQ "The Cup of Life" rri/-v-VTPTTT' ^B^^ Bessie Barrlscale triumphs in this Masterpiece. Two poor girls WANTED-Stenographer and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & Moir, Barons, Alia.__79-0 LAND FOR SALE OR RENT - Wo have quite a number of improved farina for sale at prices ?10 to $20 per acre and on crop payments it desired. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Block, phone 570. 83-0 MASSAGE MEDICAL 6UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K. M. Holmos graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth-opacdlo Institute, Medical .Massage ahd (tymnastlcs iSwodlsh), Electrical Vibratory and Therftpeutto Light Trentniojits, Bleotrolysls and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS FOR SALE-160 Acres, fenced, four and a halt miles from town, close to school, fifty acres summer-fallow, some breaking, 4-room house, bai'n, gi-anary, 6 acres alfalfa. Will accept some trade and partly crop payments. Illlnola-Alberta Really Co., 3 .Macdonald Block., or phono 1522. S5-0 CLEAR TITLE to 20 acres, close to Lethbrldge, being north halt of Legal Sub-dlvlslon 13 of section 30, township 8, range 20, west of the 4th. For Bale, rent, or trade for horses, cattle or sheep. What have you to offer? Address E. J. Waldle, Mortlach, Sask. 77-12 TONIGHT . 1 FOR LAST TIME choose-one the Primrose Path, the other a Husband. Great study In Contrasts. WANTED-A housekeeper on a farm, only one to cook for. Apply Box 39^ Herald.__ TO'RENT-,-^n Irrigated dairy form consisting of 160 acres, four and a half miles from Lethbrldge, good stable for 65 head of cattle, also a 7 roomed house, good milk house, lots of open ;range; 25 milk cows goes with farit, also horses to work It. Parties with no capital or stock need [not apply. E. McKenzie, P. O. Box 646 Lethbrldge, Phono R 109. 79-0 86-6 RPHEl) TONIGHT AND FRI. and SAT. PRICES ... 10c, 15c The Popular Broadway Musical Comedy Star, DIGBY BELL In a Remarkable Feature Photoplay. "FATHER AND THE BOYS" By America's Foremost Humorist, GEORGE ADE. A play that will 'delight every lover of good pictures. The boys think father Is pretty slow, but when father cuts loose, he sets too fast a pace for the boys. Beautiful sets, splendid acting and a thrilling story make this photOi I play one of the treats of the season. Sure to please. What the Press Agents Say At Starland The diplomatic intrigues which pre ceded the outbreak of the great Euro- WANTED-A maid for general housework in small family. Apply Mrs. Ball, 916 7th Ave. South._85-B WANTED-Slan Or woman to dlgirlb" ute war literature. $120.00 for sixty I days' work In your own community. Spare time may be used. Winston Co., Toronto. _Ad. No.: D. WANTED-School teacher for Flowering Valley S. D. No. 2097. Salarj-$720 per year. School to start as soon as possible. Apply Sam H. Breathoiir, Sec.-Treas.. Winnifred, Alta. S5-6 diences throughout the length and breadth of the republic to the south. Us Canadian presentations are proving equally as successful, and Manager pean war, and in which effort was I Brown of the Majestic is feeling high-made to form a secret pact in which | ,j. elated over his good fortune in se England would be left alone and defenceless, are very well presented in WANTED-Experienced stenographer for stenographic work only, regulre one having speed and accuracy, good salary, stale experience. Box 6, Herald. 85-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAIE SMITH & SMITH-Hypum Smith and June B Smith-It you are alck and want to regain health, tako spinal adjustments and got. well. Consultation Ireo. omce In residence. OOS 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phono 1B77. 08-27 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlea.'8 Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sp.^ilal rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. rhillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 316. 47-0 DR. w. 3, OALBRAITH-Physician. Sureoon, Accouclier. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. OKlco 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1263, DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose anfl Throat; US Shorlook Bldg. Ollica hours 10-12; 2-B; evonlnifs by appointment. Phones: Ottlco Ml, R*-Bldonco 693. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Office. 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones; Office 319; Residence 619. Office houre: 11 to 12 a. m.; 1.30 to .l.nO; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 �tth Avenue North. Ho.iirs 1 to 4; 7 to S. Phone 476. 6Q-0 DENTAL VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th lytreet South. 31-0 FOR SALE-Two Bull Terrier pups. Apply 1101 2nd Ave. South. 85-6 DYEING AND CLEANING FOR SALE-Saloon, good business, cheap rent, Box 242, Shelby, .Montana. 85-6 FOR SALE - A first class deliver}-horse. Apply 1401 5th Ave. North, or phone l.S4a. 8n-6 curing it for such an early showing. ^ ^ ^, _ , , ."The B.ittle Cry of Peace" was pro-the story by E. Philhps Oppenheim, Ij,uced at almost the same time as,----- ----- entitled "Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo," i .-rho Birth of a Nation " and was run formation, book of instructions mall '� � - jj.^,^ Calgary Barber College, 815 WANTED-Men and women to learn Darberlng. Wages while learning, tools free. Situation guaranteed. In- At the Empre.ss At the Empress tomorrow Lew . , , , ,. , � - ....... -.....------� ---- -�- - Fields win appear in the great piay, which ran m the Saturday Evening jn direct opposition to the latter on "Old Dutch," in five reels. The story Post shortly after the war started. , jjjg occasions of the New York and ^er is of an old inventor who is robbed of This story was as full of thrills as Chicago showings, It is an establish- WANTED-Married man for half sec his money and has a hard time to the later one. The Double Traitor, .gd fact that over $500,000 was expend-Uion fai-m, summer or yearly contract, establish his identity. The picture is , and. showed up the undercurrent of in its production, a cast of between separate house, woman to give some Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 full of good, clean comedy and should be witnessed by everybody. At the Orpheiim intrigue carried on by Germany In an : fg^r and five thousand people were , help In owner's home, near town. Ap-effort to render England defenceless. L^pleygd, armies were drilled for pij. giving references to W. A Hamll-^ i^V^A ,� % S^^fi, rnf?" ^'^el^s in preparation, thousands of ton. 1210 5th Ave. A. South, phone picturlzed in a wonderful film produc- horses were used, cities were built up 11297 g^.g lion by the Lasky people, and this is : ^nd destroyed, a fieet of battleships | being featured at Starland for the i ^.^5 brought into action, and the cost' WANTED-Men and womtn to learn FOR SALE-Two usee! Gramophones for sale on easy terms. Mason & RIsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St. South;__77-0 FOR SALE-Ankle length boys and girls' drawers, two pair for 35 cents, to.clear. Streets, 114 5lh St. South, and.318 13th St. North. 87-1 FOR SALE OR TRADE-My equity In a fully modern five roomed cottage on the south side. A genuine snap. Apply Box 40, Herald. 87-0 FOR~SALE--r;rgood hoSes,lige~trom 1 to 8 years, including 1 standard stallion and 3 marcs in foal. A bargain for cash. Apply Box 28, Bellevue, Alta. 80-C Tonight Digby Bell will appear in , --------------------- ---------- ---- , , ^ ^ . , ... i--------- ------- the great comedy drama, "Father and 'ast time tonight. .Many people saw final terrific climax-the bom- barber trade ; eight weel-s qualifies ; | hogany case, satin thP Keys," written by George Ade. |M Pj=_'^r'^ !.as' "A^.^' '''^'L'i'PJl"^ �f ^'ew York City-would i^^vages while learniDf; ; po-, price $900.00, for quick sale $585.00, FOR SALE-1 Range with hot water connections, 1 combination dresser, 2 white enamel beds, complete, 2 chairs ancl kitchen utensils. Apply at 424 12th St. C. North Lethbrldge. So-3 FOR SALE-A PlayerPiaiibT'ln mvT-finish. Regular the valet-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best. Only the most sclentlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 824 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Furs re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. HAY, GRAIN, FEED DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Cortldcate. Office! Rooms 6 and 6. Bryan Block. Phono 107L OR. L. t. ALLEN-Dentist (successot to Drs. Courtloe & GllchrlBt)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 1165, Lethbrldge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phono 374. OR. E. Q. SIMMniMDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal CoUeg-^ ot Physicians (London.) L.D.9. 1900. Hours: 9-12-. 1-5, Office; 6-8 HIg-Inboth-am Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERl.Y-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Grao' Ite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phono 661. Ro. stdence 284 7th Ave. 8., Phono 1176. Open day and night 6. V. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avonuo South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. BALED HAY AND STRAW-Fsed ol 11 kinds. Carloads or less, inquire tor quotations when buying or selling- Wo are In touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent ""xcellent basement for peitshable goods. Hyde & Saundarsr Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 SHOE REPAIRING MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. This is the storv of a man who wants it a great production. Theodore Rob- his sons to run'his business, but they ens as .Mr. Grex is splendidly cast, have other Inclinations. Finally the and he has good support. Several of old man takes his fling and shows the the scenes were taken in Monte Carlo be appalling to the average producer. 1 sitions guaranteed ; illustrated cata- ' lotjue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Cal- u.u ...... .c.^^ .....___o----------- -- i Rev. Father Minehan. Toronto, f.w , boys up so badly that they quit and and the reproduction 01 the great ^rs a Dominion census ot those elig-; gary. 37-0 come back home. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. r. Freight Sheds. PHONES: Offic............ 1163 Btablei .......... 1064 casino is wonderful. The picture has it,ie for military and industrial ser-all the thrills of the story and some ^ vice, new ones. At the Majestic The Cherniavskys. over whom all eastern Canada went wild last month, ! have been booked to appear at the Majestic theatre for one concert only, on April 6th. Mail orders for seats are now being received by the Majestic management. For Sale--Eggs and Poultry FARMERS 1 GET YOUR DISCS IN SHAPE FOR SPRING WORK WE CAN SHARPEN THEM. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 Ist Avenue South. Here Is the list of attractions which will make up the vaudeville bill at the Majestic tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, with a special matinee on Saturday afternoon: ^ , Tlie Morocqo Six, whirling dare-^ devil Arabian, acrobats, who offer the supreme sensation in vaudeville: Billy C'alne and' Estelle Odom in their clever pianologue, into which they introduce a variety ot singing and dancing: Elona, "the squaw girl." in her I spectacular scenic novelty, and Millie : Stevens and her own company in the 1 comedy playlet "Aunt Belinda's Le-jgacy." A pleasing program of photo-! plays and good music will fill out the iblU. which promises to be one ot the .best ever seen in Lethbrldge. GALT HOSPITAL CHANGE IN HOURS FOR VISITORS TO WARD PATIENTS In future the visiting hours to ward patlent.'S will be as follows: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 to 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 3.30 p.m. Sunday, 2 to 3.30, and 7 to 7.30 p.m. F. E. WOOTTON, Lady Superintendent. EGGS FOR HATCHING - Pearson Strain Rose Comb Reds. Select pen, two dollars a setting. C. S. Magulre, !124 10th St. S. 83-6 Mason & Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St. South. 77-0 FOR SALE-Good home ?rown, weli ripened government tested timothy seed tor sale $10.60 per 100 pounds. Less than 100 pounds, 25c extra. .7no. McD. Davidson. Coaldale, Alta. 62-26 FOR SALE^Two Percheron stallion's and one French Coach stallion, all pure bred and registered. Best ot stock. Will sell cheap for cash. Ap- FOR S.'VLE - 1 Pair Georgia Shawl | ply L. Harker, Magrath.____ Neck Games. No better birds in tlan-; pQj^ SALE - Cheap, two-piece bed WANTED - To buy a second hand touring car in good condition. Must he cheap for cash. Ford preferred. Box _ 32, Herald.___________SJWfi 3-S- Hamburgs, two exhi-i ^J^'^ ^^^iJ'^j goTderoakl^a^srdininR j HOUSE WANTED-To rent by cb-tb-billon B. B. H. Games, Pullets. Eggs : ^ound extension table and six ful tenant. Modern house on . south SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for .ind delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th Avenue South. 52-0 DECORATING MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-To buy, some live ducks and geese. State particulars and price. S. P. Pond, Nelson, B. C. S6-fi WELLINGTON BROS.-The tlocorat-ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnliig, General Decorating �nd Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbrldge. Res. Phono 1472; olllco phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbrldge, Alta. 150-0 AUCTIONEER 1�' ^'^^tp- 12th^St. ,hairs, a snap Tf Uken at once': A S., Lethbrldge, Alta. 1101 11th St. south. pply S2-0x FOR SALE-S. C. White Leghorns, pQj^ sAhK OR TRADE - We will yearling hens and pullets, $15 per doz. , trade our household goods from 8 Splendid layers. Eggs from two choice rootas, for any kind ot farm stock or matings, $1.00 per setting. Grand niachinery. Quick sale. 122 8th St., S. White Rock pullets $2.00 each. Eggs,a. J. Robinson._ 83-6 $2 and $3 per setting. Fred. Senior, : poR-SALE-ChoIco (lax for seed puT-West Lethbrldge^ ^ ' 84-b p^ges; high purity and germination " T ncT a vt-� wnViMn. 'est. Will fill any size order from one LObL AND bOUND bushel to a car. Address L. P. Neff, LOST-1 automobile crank. Finder . McVay ranch, Albion Ridge, Alberta. return to Ford Garage and receive |_'___70-0 reward. 82-0 poR SALE-$90.00 In cash will buy side. Will give yp-irly lease If desired. Give location, description and rental to Box 20, Herald. S3-0 TO RENT TO REN'T-'Three roomed shack on 4 30 foot I6t9, all fenced. Apply evenings ot 511 12th St. A. North.__84j^a f"0~il"EN'ir-~Tys'o partly furnished rooms ia' Empress Block. Apply C. Hansen, Empress Theatre. 85-0 Messrs. Joliiistone & Ritchie have removed their offices from the Union Bank B uild-ing to the Acadia Bock. No. 613 3rd Ave. S. Another treat is in store lor Lethbrldge theatre goers next Tuesday and Wednesday, when the enormous photo spectacle, "The Battle Cry of Peace," will be seen at the .Majestic. ! Second only to "The Birth of a Nation," this marvellous example of the motion picture's bigger achievements has been greeted by solid capacity au- THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free ot charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. 'Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (IVIiss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse SITUATIONS WANTED Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE =^1 108 Fifth Street South. drayinq OF all kinds Pbone ?32 AUCTION SALE On Saturday Next MARCH, 25th 1916 On the Pi'emises, 425 i;Jt!\ Street, Soiitli, COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON is favored with Instructions from Sergl. Barr, of the iisth Battalion, to sell by Public Auction and without reserve, the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects, including Upright; Grand Pianoforte in handsomely carved walnut case by Stanley, sectional bookcase; mission oak rockers, set of oak dining chairs, solid oak oxtenslbu dining, table, solid oak buffet, solid oak dinner wagon. Singer sewing machine in aew condition, refrigerator, leather lounge, carpet aquaros, .(J.occa-sionul tables, splendid ga� range, solid oak dressers and stands, children's cots, brass mounted beds, springs anil matH'e^f|es, 1/ijple-ums, heater and a variety of small Items, kitchen r^^ulsIteB, t)ic, TERMS CASH. . NO reserve STRAYED-One black gelding, 'star my shares of Grain Growers Grain Co. on forehead, branded U over half stock. Leaving country reason for diamond on left shoulder. Ten doll- selling. Paying ten per cent dividend, ars' reward for information leading to Apply A. H. Hastings, Aladlson hotel, recovery. Matt :i!akl. Enchant, Alta. Spokane AVash.__87-3 8G-2 SALE-Hay and cats lu car lots or wagon lots, seed potatoes In small or largo Quantities, dullvertnl urompt- ----_-.----------------']y. Coal orders promptly delivered. WANTED-Work on farm or plowing Alberta Mercantile & Produce Co., 3 outfit, by man and wife and four Macdonald Block., Phone 1522. 8.1-0 year old child. Used to farming and � for SAITe-4 Flit tori dliikl~51i;^l~i^ keeping men. Apply Box 19, ^^^f^-'l^^J^f^^^^ l^e'gal .___piano, 1 concert (Jrand Piano, 1 Brad- WANTKD-By an experienced com- bury motorcycle, stove and ranges, roerclal man, a position as travelling City Second Hand Store, 40G .ith St. salesman for a wholesale house. Can Phone 142(i. _8G^ give good references. Box 141, Ray- for SALE-Hart-Parr plowing outfit, mond, Alta. 8:V8 Qas traction engine, 22-4.5, complete . . I with seven plows, both stubble and breaker hotloms. For price and particulars apply to the Western Canada Lumber Co., P. O. Box 189, phono 51(i, Lethbrldge, Alta. 85-G RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lethbrldge by the Herald Job Department, Phone 1262, For Sale Cheap Or trade lor horses or cattle, IMPORTED PURE BRED SHIRE STALLION Sound and an excellent foal getter. Apply to ' BRIMHAUL BROS, Raymond Alberta FOR SALE-Alfalfa, timothy, mixed hay, bluejolnt and straw ready for . prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay . AsBoclatlou grades. Farm Products i Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone  777. Residence Phone 305. 9-0 FOR SALE-Seed~PotatoeB7~cTiolce hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin varieties, price tor less than ton lots $2.00 per cwt., ton lots $38, carload lots, $3S ton, sacked f.o.b Loth-brldgp. Order early as the seed po-I tftto supply In limited and those prices are llkoly to be advanced. H. Galvln, Phono R304. LolRhrldgo. 73--0 TO RENT-Brick bungalow, on Kith St. N. Modern,./enced, big garden, | Rent to s}ilt>rieat party. Apply 1911 | 1st Ave. ,N?,! .'.1 ___80-6 life: W L. WILHON, Licensed Auctioneer, All MndB ot salea conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt ' settlemontt. Job tots of alocka ot mercnandme purchased, i will alFO buy the en. tire contents of fumlBhed hoiisci. Head offloe at the Wllsou Furniture Cq.. 418 ISth dt. North I.�llxbrldgo. Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, cf-nsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-hrldjje, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 260-0 WANTEp'tTd liEiNT-Young couple u-ant a four' or five room cottage, close in. Give full particulars In first letter. Apply Box 3, Herald. SOJi 'F6 'RENT - Fully "uioileni 7-roomed house. Bath, etc. No. 319 13th Street south. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware. Co. 84-0 " PIANO TUNING TO RENT-Six roomed cottage with largo garden on car line, $10.00 per month. Also a 3-rooraed plastered i shack, on car line, > Apply after 5 p.m. at 1700 Gth Ave. S. ' 87-6 * G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon-ours Certificate AtT. Assn., London, England. Reforonce to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1108. 1253 nth Ave. A South. DRESSMAKING TO RENT-Irrigatetf farm two and a half miles from town. The old Fairfield place, opposite D. J. Whitney's. 100 acres with buildings. Apply W. II. Fairfield^ phone 385. . 85-li TO RENT-Three roomeil cottage near Fleetwood school, 942 12th St. south. Koy next door. Rent $5 per month. Apply to 620 14th St. South. Phone 1134. 87-1 DRESSMAKING-At home or by the day. Phone 457, address room 4, Begin Block... 85-6 DRESSMAKING-.Sewing, also cutting and fitting. Room .6, New Dominion Building. Prices reasonable. 86-0 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE HOUSES TO RISNT^417 12th St. U. N., $10.00, mpdern; 449 19th St. N., $0; 417 and 419 20th St. N. $5.00; 925 7th St. S., 1219 7lh Ave S., and 042 7th St. S., modern, $10.00; 1223 3rd Ave. A., $7.50; 1224 3rd Ave., $25.00; 275 7th Ave. $21.00. Apply llllnols-Alborta Realty Co.r 3 Macdonald Block, or phone 1522. So-O EMPKOVED B. C. FA KM roll SALE THtS PAGE OOEIS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MU^T BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED, yoo Acres at Marysvlllo, B. C, mllo from railway station, post office, store, hotol and school. All*fenced, good buildings. 70 acres sumraorl'ai-low, 50 acres ready for spring plowing, abundance piiro running water. Whole farm can bo Irrlgatort if dcHlretl. Splendid local market. This Is one of the beauty spots of the Kootenaytf. $25 per ticre, Braall cash payment, balance easy to right party. For particulars apply to P. Lund, Bm. 189, Lethhridgo, ar plionu 516. -i,U. No. "E" 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbrldge - Hours: Day school, 9 a. m.-1 p. m., every school day. Night school; Monday and Thursday evenings. 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spoiling, Penmanship, Office Routlno, English, Call or write for Information. 84-0 W. A. HENDERSON * COV. kethbridg* : : ; Medloin* hat Winnipeg. , -,. , . \ehart�reii Accofintsnta .. A'Aouutancy in all Its.braoqbM; tUaiious, ., L^ijultlilcianjk,'' AcadU Building, Lethbrlaga Ratldent / R. J. RITCHIE PATERBOrL Charturad AoeaunUnt .(ttr.at.). ;