Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1916 U'TONIGHT L-Ko always aro .'CORAL' Ft a tu ring 4 Splendid Act! SPECIAL DUSTIN FARNUM IN BOOTH TARKINGTON'S FAMOUS STORY GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA" PRICES 10c 4 16c May Fuller in'Mary's Duke' 'A Romantic Comedy with all the enjoyment of a Farce and all tho suspense of a Drama, In Three Also "Lizzie Breaks Into the Harem" 'GRAFT' Chapter 10. Expo- sure of the Harbor Transportation Trust MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS ONLY Next May 8-9 NO MATINEES_______ Gus Hill Scintillating Musics! Comedy "BRINGING UP FATHER" The Biggest Laughing Hit on Record A Host of Famous Entertainers and the Wcrld's Best Singing and Dancing Chorus THE ONE SENSATION OF THE SEASON SPECIAL ALL PRICES RESERVED Sl.OO 75c 50c 25c ALL SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY'S Under Auspices DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND AT 8 P. M. PROCEEDS FOR TOBACCO FUND Xotice to Claimants and Creditors IN THE ESTATE Til .IE ONZULENKO. late of the Vil- lage of Coalhurst, in the Province of Alberta, Miner, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that All persons having claims Upon the estate of tie above named Elle On- j zulenko, who died on the 30th day' of .March 1916 are required to file with. Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, Calgary, Alberta, by .the 13th day of June A.D. 1916 a full' statement duly verified of their claims Land of any security held by them, and after that date the Admin- istrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among; the parties en- titled .thereto having regard only to theVclAlms of which notice has been so'' fileji. or of which have been brought' to their knowledge. 1 DATED this Mth day of April 1916: H.. OSTMJND, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitor for the Administrator. Approved: 1. A: JtcSson, J.D.C. X or HOME, USE The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FRANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE OR WIRE BECKER YATES, LETHBRlDGi, WARHSR, NEW DAYTON THIS PAGE SOBS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. 11. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR "TO ENSURE INSERTION THE'-'SAME DAT AS OKDBKE1J. ADMITS TORPEDO The Hague, May Germany finally convinced that the big Dutch j SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE PURSUANT to tho Order of His Honour Judge Jackson, made herein the 1st dav of May, In a certain action wherein'Alice T. Fairfield, is j Harrv A. SllEgltt I J w" jfcXicol, Assignee for the hene- fit ot the creditors of the Estate of Harrv A. Suggltt. are Defendants, the following lands in the Province of Alberta, uamel: The South Last .Quarter of Section Seven in i Township Nine in Range Mne- teeii (15) West of the Fourth Merl- i dian, will be offered for sale by pub- lie auction ou Saturday the 20th day lot May, 1916, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge. 1 S-VLE will be subject to the Re- served Bid which has been fixed by CONDITION'S Till he made known at the time of the sale or cau he ascertained from the under- signed Solicitors. The said land is well situated about three miles South East of Coal- ;dale and consists of One Hundred i and Sixty liyu) acres of irrigated I land with a mil water right All of the said land is said to be under cultivation. Fifty acres of the said laud is in alfalfa. The said land is said to be fenced. DATED at Lethbridge.. Alberta, this 1st day of May, A. D., 1916. Conybeare. Church, McArthur Davidson, Barristers, Solicitors, etc., Conybeara Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. Malcolm Young, Auctioneer. "G" SCHEDULE "A" MOBTGAGE SALE PURSUANT to the Order of His Honour JudgB Jackson made the 27th day of April A. D. 1916, in a certain action wherein Alfred Erskine Hos- kin is Plaintiff and Jonathan TV. Mar- itin and Adam Link are Defendants, the following lands' and premises in j the Province of Alberta namely, The j North-West Quarter of Section Fif- teen (15) in Township Nine (9) Kange Twenty-One (21) West of the Fourth Meridian will be offered for sale by public auction on the 27th day of May A. D. .1916, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon at the-Court House in of Lethbridge .Sn the Prov- ider Tubanria-_ was torpedoed Of "Alberta.. The property is.fenc- not sunk by a mine and is considering replacing it by a large vessel from the Hamburg-American fleet, it was announced this" afternoon. The Roy- al Dutch liner Tubantia was sunk on March 16. fPORTANT AUCTION SALE VALUABLE FURNITURE, FURNISHINGSand EFFECTS SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 6 AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP At 207 7th St., S., (Old A. K. I. Building) FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Miss Blagburn, to sell by Public Auction, on the premises as above, an assemblage of very superior. FUKNITUBE AND EFFECTS Including: Massive carved oak sideboard, .heavy carved oak bpoTj case, 8 ft. In length, two sets of solid oak dining chairs, (caiie beautiful cheval mirror in solid oak, frame and stand, solid oak rockers, and easy chairs, oak side tables, very heavy oak library table, fluted legs and. carved mounts, gentle- man's chiffonier, fitted with adjustable mirror, large upholstered den chair, large bevelled mirror in oak frame, shaving mirror, solid brass bed complete, with springs and mattress, oak dresser stand, chest of drawers, useful kitchen cupboard, carpet square, corridor carpet, quantity of books, including of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, etc., a collection of very line prints and engravings, beautiful cut glass decanters, finger bowls, wine glasses, a magnificent 5-piece table decoration, (genuine 14-piece Limoges Dessert. Service, two pairs of genuine Sheffield Plated Candlesticks, CorSnthlan Column design. Royal Worcester Dinner Service of 105 pieces, in perfect condi- tion, case of fish knives and forks, ivory handles and silver fer- rules, fine old Violin dated 1740, and.a large quantity of'smaller items too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE IS RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED WHERE TO GO'TOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK4EHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 ed on all four sides, seme of which fencing is in bad repair. The property :wlirbe offered for sale subject to a reserved bid and subject to reser- vations contained in the grant, from the Uiovn or In the Certificate of Title. ..TERMS OF SALE: 10% !n cash at time of sale, 15% in sixty'days, 25% in sis montiis from date of sale, 25% in one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale interest at the rate of 8% per annum. FURTHER DIRECTIONS, may bo had from the Auctioneer or the un- dersigned Solicitors. Shepherd, Dunlop Rice, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Malcolm Young, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad. .No, "H" WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT servant Ap- ply 643 7th -St. waitress. Apply Al- exandra Hotel. 119-3 FOH us'eQ piano. Just like new. on easy terms. Mnsou Risch, Ltd. 9S-0 once a maid. Apply 0. A. Little, north of the track. 120-0 man to assist pho- tographer. Call at Electric Studio. 121-2 girl or woman for gen- eral housework. House modem, throe miles from town. Phone R115. 121-C about 17, to look af- ter horse and help in storo. Apply Bawden Bros. 121-0 WANTED Immediately, two first- class paper-hangers aud painters. Ap- ply Wellington Brothers, Sherlock Uuildlug, City. 120-0 once, experienced wait- ress and chambermaid for first class hotel. Apply Housekeeper, King Ed- ward Hotel, Plncher Creak. WANTED Girl to make trousers. Must have some T. C. Hidpath, 407 5th St., S.. Lethbrldge. 116-0 THRILLING STOIUES of tie great war. Large, profusely illustrated, on- ly jl.OO. Men and women -working spare time ordering in hundred, lots. Quick, snappy seller. Great money maker. Sample free. Winston Limited Toronto. "W FOR BALE OH easy terms one five roomed cottage on 12lh St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 516, Farmers' Lumber Co: FOR 4b horsepower Hart Parr oil engine, plowed acres, m first class shape, will take ?1300 cash, or 51500 in trade. Address Box 90, Warner. Alberta. ana woman 10 learn oarberlng. Wages wbiln learning, tools free. Situation guaranteed, in- formation, book of instructions malt- ed free. Calgary Barber College, Bio Centre St. near C.P.R. depot and women to learn barber trade eight weeks qualities tools free wages while learning po- sitions guaranteed illustrated cata- logue and particulars free. Molet Bar- ber College, 604a Centre Cal- gary_________________________87-0 FOR carloads of good Shorthorn and Whitefaces, yearling and two-year-old, steers and heifers. Also cows'In calf and with calves at foot D. P. McDaniel, Alberta Stock Calgary, TO the Victoria Mansions, one furnished ground floor house-keep- ing flat, all modern conveniences, laundry tubs and attached bath, ap- ply to the Mansions Office, Third Avenue South, between 9 and 11 and 1 and 4 o'clock. Phoaa 63S. 120-0 SITUATIONS WANTED man wants gar- den digging, carpet beating, cleaning lawns, etc. Mr, Reed, 216 3rd Ave. S. 11S-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS hand organ church. Address R'ev. Van Dyk, Monarch, Alta. 121-2 SVANTED To. purchase, household furniture and effects. Address Box 20, Herald Office. 120-6 house to be moved, two to .'four "rooms, in good condition; give description and low- est cash price in first letter. Ad- dress Boi 42, Herald. LOST AND FOUND not fully grown, color gray striped. Finder will be rewarded. Apply 1259 tith Are. South, phone 1162. 121-6 ?20.00 the following animals. One bay mare 5 years old, branded J lazy C left hip, two white feet, had yearling colt. One bay geld- ing, 5 years old, branded J lazy C on left hip, three white feet and white .face.. Last seen near Coaldale. Ap: i Ply E. S. Bowden, Taber, Alta. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE PURSUANT to the Order of His Honour Judge Jackson made the 27th day of April A. D. 1916, in a certain action wherein George Burpee Tib- ert is Plaintiff and William Crawford and Sadie Delia Carlson are Defend- jants, the following lands and prem- j ises in the Province of Alberta, name- ly Lot 38 and the North 8 feet 4 in- ches of Lot 37 in Block 152, accord- !ing to a plan of part of the City .of i Lethbridge of 'record in the Land Tit- I lea Office for the South Alberta Land I Registration District as "Lethbridge 406 R." will be offered for sale by [public aution on the 27th day of 'May A. D. 1916 at o'clock in the forenoon at the Court House In the City of Lethhridge in the Province of j Alberta. On the premises there is I said to be a one-storey frame five- room cottage 28 K 28, fully modern and in fair repair. The property will he offered-for sale subject to a re- served bid and subject to the reser- vations contained in the grant from the Crown or in the Certificate of Title. 1 TERMS OF SALE: 10% in cash at time of sale, 16% in sixty days, 25% in six months from date of sale, 25% in one year and remaining 25% i in two years from iiald date of sale i with interest at the rate of 8% per j annum. FURTHER DIRECTIONS may be had from the Auctioneer or the un- i derfligned Folicitprs. Shepherd, Dunlop Rice, Lethbridge, Alberta. i Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Malcolm Young, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad. No. "K" sorrel horse efl. on right thigh (A inside angle.) Finder will he re- by returning to A. Cardston. reward for information leading to recovery of these animals: One brown mara, weight 11.00, branded on left thigh; one blue grey mare, weight 1300, branded [on left shoulder. Notify E. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Alber- FOR RENT Irrigatoa land with buildings, close to the city, 40 acres or more if desired. Apply W. H. Fair- field, pohne 385. H8-6 FOR SALE In Southern Alberta, 1370 acres 600 under cultivation, 200 in wheat, 200 in feed and flax, 200 to be summerfallQwed, 7 room house, bar> and outbuildings, fenced and cross-fenced, 12 head of horses, 3( head of cattle, machinery for run nlng the farm. Price for all, J24.00 per acre. cash, balance in ten payments. T. M. Huff, Room 10, Al- berta Block, Lethbrldsa. Alta. 118-6 LOTS FOR SALE FOR 1 and 2, block 91, .Mornlngside, near Henderson Park, JlOO cash the 2 lots, must sell. V. E. Mackindu, Qualicum Beach, Vancou- ver Island. H8-6 EXPERIENCED MINERS WANTED BY THE Mountain Park Coal Company Steam Seams Regular work all the year round APPLY MOUNTAIN PARK COAL CO., LIMITED 301 Tcgler Edmonton, Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR ton Gold Coin seed potatoes, per ton, Apply Touj Kaos, Staffordville, lihone 605. POTATOES FOR class Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. O. Box i61, H. Galvln, Lethbrldge. 112-0 FOR clean and good, price right. A. B. JlcVay, Al- bion Ridge, Alta. FOR ton Gold Coin seed potatoes, 512.00 per ton. Apply Tom Kos, Staffordville, phone 606. 116-6 POR hand five passen- ger automobile in good shape, a snap. Apply The H. T. Henderson Garage. HORSES FOR team of matched bay geldings, 3 years, 2300 Ibs.- one cream gelding, four years, 1200 Ibs; one dark bay gelding five years, 1400 Ibs. All gentle, well-brok- en and sound. W. A. Hamilton, Holm- view Farm, Phone Rill, L-ethbridge. FOR pure bred Hereford hull, five years old. Stands up on feet ;ood as a two year old, active and in jink of condition for service. Sired seventy calves this season in nine weeks, will do work of two ordinary julls; have used as herd bull for hree years and cannot use him this season: No use to communicate un- ess you mean business. Not for sale after May 12th. Jno. McD. Davidson, Coaldaie, 121-6 ?OH timothy, mixwl bluejoint straw ready for prompt shipment AU hay inspected m farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Edison Gramophone Has only been slightly used. Can bo paid on easy monthly payments. Ma- son Risen, Ltd.____________9S-0 ing- FOR typewriter, Remmi ton No. 10; 1 Hall's safe Inside dimcn- sions 12x13x26, S inch walls; 1 single delivery wagon, capacity 1800. C, C. Pagnuelo, gen, delivery, city., 119-0 FOR' leather (chrome lace halter and latago leath- ers for sale, or made from your own hides. All kinds of skins tanned for furs, rugs and robes. A post card will bring you prices. Lethbridge Tan- nery P Box 58, Lethbrldge, Alta. 116-26 TO RENT TO nicely furnished room, on car line, with use of phone. Apply 1302 7th Ave. south, or phone 480. 120-2 TO RENT Bright, comfortable rooms in fully mortem house, on car line Phone connection. Apply 429 ISlh St., South. 121-6 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- 511ns K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical MussaB" SMITH Smith and June B. If you aru sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consul- tation free. Office in residence. 903 7th Avo. S., hours 9.30 to B: to 9. Phone 1077. 95-S5 Vuii ul PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Haarlem's Private Hospital Maternity Home. Sepcinl rates jlv- on on application. 1324 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 tith Ave. South. Phone 315. 17-0 MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Phystcliui Surgeon, Accoucher. Mourn p.m. Office 911 Third Aveuuu. Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Shorlook Bidg. Office hours evenings by ap- IfoUumont Phonus: Office 341, He- DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY 4 JAMIE. SON-OHIco, 109 Sherlock Block. Iclephoues: Office 319; Residence 619. OKico hours: 11 to 12 a. in 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surgeon, Accouchor. 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4- 7 to S. Phone 470.