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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1.1. tfiatlioldstkccoiFee bear so much about In 1 and 2 pound cans, also Fine Ground for Perco- lators. 166 Philip Spooner, son of John C. Bpodner, who was for fifteen years a United States Senator from Wiscon- sin, was arrested at New York on the complaint of Joseph Gottlieb, a taxi- cab chauffeur, who accused him of assault Before the hearing he spent about a quarter of an hour In a cell. What the Press Agents Say At Starlaiul StvetM KUtv HeHa'rs. tlin liic- feature which was to have been shown at Starland on Monday and Tuesday, but tliroiifh an error wa? shipped to Cul- Kury, will no'.v I'e shown on Kriiiay aul' Saturday without fail. Tonight, the feature will be ".Nancy's Ulrth- right." a Mutual masterpiece, featur- ine Edyt'ue Sterling. out- tuft to see tins splendid picture. shoulil At the Empress Valli Valli, the charming star of the "Chocolate Soldier." will bo seen In -The Hlph Empress theatre tonight. "The High "load" is :i very strong and during beiug based ou modern, problems, which are so deli- cate Oat they are seldom piaurlzed. but fuch good taste has been used by the director of "the Road" that an altogether dolishtful as well as gripping been the result. On tho stage "Tl "By competent stenographer, Apply Dos 1, llorald. 251-0 J'OB years experience. Final pap- iji-s._J._y. jlichardo, Cardston.____83S-6 position ot trust; assist with books and collec- tions or other work, liox 2, Horalil. 252-0 Young man, experienced in store and clerical work, desires permanent position, any kind. Best of references. Willing to start on small salary. Apply 10. Herald. SiTTATTON steam traction engineer and separator man want jobs together or separately. Apply 45, Herald. _ MO-G sirUATlOXS Xo. 1 separator men. 10 years e-tpor- Classified Ads 25c. an insertion for Twenty-five words or less. Six in- sertions for the price of four. Must be paid in Advance PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATIONS VACANT First class chambermaid; Apply Dallas Hotel. ____ WANTED T porter. Apply ____ o bel'l and one uialil. Apply Lethbridgo Hotel. mco. Apply 1020 3rd Ave. S._ 260-0 need man and ienco with any make of separator. L'x- j wife to live SHOES Made to Order From Any Kind of Shoe Leather and REPAIRED Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention. FRANK MILES Phone 1717 511 Ave. S. LETHBRIDUE At the Majestic The grand review of His Majesty's forces, "Britain Prepared." be shown at tho Majestic theatre tonight for the last time iu Lethbridge. These films make a visit to the theatre well worth while and should be seen hy overroue who takes an interest ia the- welfare of the British Empire. The performance iviii start sharp at S.30. "ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP" 3Ir. F. Stuart Whyte's presentation of "Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp" at the Majestic theatre for two days j Ny startine nest Monday. Oct. 16, will be the" first English pantomine pro- duction ever given in Canada. In response to the popular demand for a real old time pantomine show, Mr. Whyte decided upon "Aladdin" as his touring "attraction for the season of 1916-17, and will give the piece a production in keeping with he traditioas of the English stage. Miss Zara Clinton will be seen in the title role. ''Mr. Billy Oswald has the eading comedy part. General Sam Fuse, anil Mr. Harry Hoyland will appear in his greatest character crea- tion. which he has played many seasons in England. Adjusted and Cleaned at Your Home. Clocks, Sewing Machines, Phonographs, Typewriters Made to Run Like New. Prleea Moderate and Work Guaranteed. Phone 1278 J. H. FORCIA Arlington Hotel JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY In the Supreme Court of .Alberta, Judicial District of :Lethbridge. Be- tween: Joseph-Halter, Fehrenhach: Plaintiff, and Allen Grauel and Wen- ry E. Lilllbndge, Defendants, There-mil be offerea lor sale with the approbation ot the Local Judge of this Honourable. Court on Saturday, 28th day of October, at twelve o'cloclt noon af the Court House in the City Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, tie following lands: The'northeast'quarter -of -section thirty-two- in.township range seyenteent west of the Fourth, Meridian, -reservtne unto "His successors and-assigns, all mines and minerals and right to work the fiame.-- r The southeast quarter section thirtytwo nine range seventeen' of the FonrtS Meridian, containing one nun- fired and sixty acres more or less ex- cepting thereout seventy-three hun- dredths of an acre for a roadway one chain In widtn, crossing the said lands shown on a plan of said roadway. Signed by Joseph .A. Corbet, Feb Sth, 1908, of record in the Depart- ment of the Interior 'as No. 13912 The land herein comprised containing one hundred and fifty-nine and twenty- ieven more reserving nnto His Majesty, his sue wsson and assigns all mines and min- erals and the right to work the same. ,TIie said lands, comprise approxim- ately three hundred and nineteen and twenty-sevent hundreiths acres (319- ,27) and there la upon the said lands t small dwelling house and barn. Three hundred acres (300) acres .of said tends aro broken. The property Is situate one mile from the Bamwell railway station, and within one mile of a post office, school and church. This property will be offered for subject to a reserve bid which has been fixed by the Local Judge 6! this Court Terms ol Sals: Ten per cent In cssh at the time of sale, and the re- mainder of the purchase price within thirty days after sale, with .interest; ,M the rate of six per cent.per annum. Particulars and conditions of sale be seen at the office of the un- dersigneU: Johnstpne Ritchie, Barristers, etc., Acadia Block, Lethbridge, Al- .twrta. Solicitors for the Plaintiff. Approved: (Sgti.) J, A. Jackson. I.J. B.Ci..... B. tie widow Twankey, a fart At The Orpbeiun DF! H. I. TRAVELUTTE PLEASED A LARGE CROWD AT THE ORPHEUM LAST NiGHT The doctor is said to he the creator of over a million laughs, and he thor- oughly demonstrated his ability as o augh producer last night, for he kept the audience in a. continual uproar, one big laugh followed another in such quick succession they would collide, making little ripples of laughter. Dr. Travelutte invites subjects from the audience to come up on the stage and he hypnotized, and last night quite a number responded. He suc- ceeded with each one, and had them go through the most ridiculous tests. n one scene ha had them imagine they .were great speakers and were delivering lectures, another they Im- agined they were hoys and girls out Tallahoe riding and singing; in this :est he produced some good voices rhich -harmonized.. .Manager Hansen's motto has always been "-nothing too good for the peo- ple of and he also demon- strated his ability as-a manager in staging a program- as _he did last night, for In addition to booking the great -Travelutte company -at a very arge lie -presented a feature Bed Feather picture, -.entitled, "The Way of mas- terpiece. .-He stated during .the bal- ance-of flie.we.ek there would be an entire .change program each" and eyerj-ntghfand If. you want to forget and wo.rries and enjoy an evening, of don't miss the pr- pheum this-week. (Special to the Femie, Oct. Nick and Ren hold Gregor, the two German interns who escaped from the Morrlssey camp last Thursday, got as far as "Waldo where-Nick was captured-by Constable Dfyden and Gregor. .was located and watched until the constable, got in touch with, the- Commander, Major Shaw, at Morriasey. with Bis men, motored to Waldo at once and Gregor was taken in custody .along with Nick and both were landed at tho Morrlssey camp in short order Sir Herbert Ames and T. Nation arrived in town this ,morning ana spoke at- i Thanksgiving" entertain ment in Victoria Hall, where tho I. 0 D. B. are serving" a dinner and a dance In aid of the Patriotic Fund. The annual harvest home services were" held In the Methodist churcl: yesterday, and- Thanksgiving services wera held in the other churches. The weather is again of the finest and bidS fair to continue in that mood for some'time. REMARKABLE RESCUE Copenhagen, Oct. Danish submarine Dykkeren, which sank on Monday after a collision with a Nor- wegian steamer, has been brought to surface. Five of the six members of the crew who went down -with the craft were rescued alive. Lieut. Commander Christiansen was found dead in, the, owning on ranch during winter. Good peris from U. S. Apply Box 28, Herald. to commence at once, uuu wages. Apply Mark 11. IMmhall, Raj Washing of nil description, family work a specialty, collected and delivered to any part of the city, 50 coiits pur dozen pieces. Also ma ternitv mirsiiig, excellent references Mrs. J. Stove, 2010 First Avenue Xorth, Box 3S5. Messenger boys. Every ot portunity given to learn telegraphing Apply C. P. R. Telegraphs. _______ By the" isth inst. Genera Servant. Middle aged preferred. Fam llv ot two. Apply Miss Christie, Da inond Citv Altn. 249- WANTED Job on ranch by married couple for winter months, where there s no other woman in house. Experienced general sen ant. Apply Box 23 Herald. 239- take charge of ranch for right party. P. A. Elliott, Haley, Alta. Bov at rrlnters a a tioners, 112 5th St. South. By experienced lady cook, position as cook on threshing outfit. Apply Box 54, Herald, 25-i General servant. Apply, i morning or between 7 and S p.m., Mrs J A. Jackson, 123S 4th Avenun S. 254-' OVER DAILY easily earned at home on Auto-Knitters making War Socks, experience unnecessary, Competent honsekeepo at once. Apply 1259 6th Avenue S tance immaterial. Enclose three cent stamps today [or contract form. Dept. 79 C Auto Knitter Co.. College Street, Toronto. Man to drive deliver waggon. One who knows the citj Steady employment. Apply to Geo Kerr Co. 253- LOST AND Boy to learn the LOST A red and white cow; one horn cut; branded on left ribs, also NE on left thigh. 55.00 reward to trado. Apoly John Gil-more. 242-0 Wright, Foremost. Girl to take care din FOUND Man's gold watch. Owner can have pa me by proving property and paying for ad. Apply Taylor room and chamber work in smal hotel. Apply Commercial Hotel, Mill River. 261- ing Co. By experienced lady cook LOST A S: Bay gelding, white star, snip near hind foot, white spot on off hind coronet, brand- as cook on threshing outfit Miss Helma Anderson, Stirling, Alta 254- ed C.P.R. on left er, branded on right A capable maid. AppI Mrs. G. B. .McKay, 624 13th St. S. 255- shoulder and on left ribs. Male stenographer wit cducstion. Permanent position Apply Bor 37, Herald. 213- i.'d on left ribs. and C.P.R. on right A young girl for Ugh housework. Apply S09 Gth Ave. S. o phone 1641. 255- heel Yc-tilte, branded C. P. R. on rifem left shoulder, branded fegSbS on right shoulder, branded R 1 on left hip. A 14S: Bav gelding strip, two First class cleaner an presser, per month; none but fire class man need apply. Thaell tb Tailor, 60S 3rd Avenue South. Phon 1160: hind legs, white spot off fore coronet, trended C. P. R. on left shoulder, branded 0 on right side of Good general servant, goo wages. Apply 1516 7th Phone 750. Thometz and receive reward. Smart, errand boy; wage a month. Apply Thaell tbe Tailo ST Cattle owned by SM- on Blood Reserve: left rib; eft hip; left rib; 76 left hip. Iny one having or seeing any strays carrying above brands will please no-ify A. C. Nash, Spring Coulee, At once young man a general assistant in meat and provls ion store. Must be used, to horees an have knowledge of meat business. Vv M. Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. Phon ?4_ 206- WILL PAY YOU To di On the N. W. Sec. 1-9-20, one bay mare, about 10 or 12 years old, weight about 900 pounds; las collar marks, roached mane, branded turkey track on left shoulder and aw. W. H. Pawson, Jr., religious literature In you community. Sixty days work. Expe ience not required. Man or womai Opportunity for promotion. Spare tun may be used. International Bible Prea Toronto. I Coaldale. Experienced young woma From 637 5th Street S., Saturday, English Bull bitch, color tiger brindle with blaze face. Reward will be given for information leading to recovery. Anyone found 20 to 25 to assist with generz housework; must be fond of childre No washing. High wages paid. App: at once to Mrs. L. Keel, 519 7th Stre South. 254 .his dog after this notice will be "prosecuted to full extent of law. H. For the Victoria Home fc Indian children, Brocket, Alta., ma FOR "re-built 13-20 I.H.C. engine, five bottom P. 0. gang, and a small I.H.C. separator. Write or see Collie pups by a register- ed sire, out of imported "Anita." We hink one of the most desirable stock bitches living. These are real stock dogs. Males Females J10.00. uly three remaining. Write or phoue Box 30, Herald.________________350-C RIsch piano, ir mahogany finish. Was JoOO.OO for quick sale Customer may make the terms. Mason Risen. "Ltd., Bal- moral Block. FOR Victor safe, new; delivery wagon; JUggy; set of Onken units; 2 wood counters; 2 spool cabinets; 1 notion counter; 1 small glass show case; 1 bronze shoe stand, for window dis- play; 4 display racks, for showing ex- tension tables on. large blinds for store windows, etc. Apply at the Cash Store, 416 13th St. North, phono 1023. 253-C TOR good farm team of jeldinga. Weight about Ibs. Would exchange one good horse for Saturday night, Sept. 30', month; boys' matron, salary J20 per montu; teacher, salary per month, a russet leather pocketboolt containing about in bills. 'Finder will he lib- erally rewarded on returning same to 3eo. Fleming, Starland theatre. 254-3 black pony, bald face, brand- ed bar over I I on left shoulder. Re- ward for recovery or information. F. Knapp, Coaldale. with or without certificate. Apply to Rev. W R. Haynes, Brocket; Alberta. black mare, weight about 1200 pounds. Was trailing a lariat rope. Branded on left thigh; branded on right thigh D. P. ESSj reward for information leading to recovery, or for return to owner. Ford Boyd, New Dayton, Alberta. on llth St. opposite 620 or left on boulevard between 620 llth St. S. ant! Royal bank. Return to 118 8th St. S. and receive reward. 255-1 WE ARE SPECIALIZ- ING IN ,AUTO TIRES.. AND NON-SKID CHAINS. BAALIM MOTOR CO. 250-0 BOY WANTED We have a splendid position open for a young lad, over. 14 years. An excellent opportunity to learn.the dry goods business. Permanent position and good salary to the right boy. Apply to RVLAND84CO. PROPOSE CANAL OF 280 MILES .London, Oct, engi- neers haie drawn tip details of plan to dig a canal 260 miles long from (he Arctic ocean through Russia and Fin land to the Gulf of ing to a Stockholm, dlfpatch. to the Morning Poit. AGENT WANTED For Plate Glass Company. The strongest English companies operating in Canada.. 30 per cent, commission. 254-3 Box 52 Herald. TO RENT FOE room, fully mod- em house with gas, on car line. 835 Gth St. S. __________________ 252-2 TO bed room In private family, one block from Centra! School. Apply 1003 7th Ave. S., phone 1816. 248-6 TO No. 1710 and 1712 6th Ave. N. at 15 and per month. Apply A. M. Ritchie, 1714 6th Ave. A N..'or phone 1122. 247-t FOK or three bright, com fortable rooms in a modern house on car line. Can arrange for light house- keeping. 1509 bth Ave. S. 251-6 FOR space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay Grain Co., 1221 2nd Ave. S., phone 732. 229-0 FOR section, seven miles from Lethbridge. Will pay for plow- Ing and lease on shares or sell and take some clear title property as part payment. City- Address 520 5th Street S., 24.7-6 DON'T PAY modern eight- room residence. Third Avenue sou'h ou car line. Sacrifice at less .than cost. Easy Also have modern cottage, 12th 8L S. J2.500, easy terms Apply W. M. Gillelun, 1222 3rd Ave. S. Phone. 253- FOR" nicely furnished rooms in a modern house. Two blocks from main street. 423 6th Street's. 253-6 TO 1710 ana 1712 -6th AVe, N.' at ?5. and per 'month. Apply A N, or phone 1122. i 6lhAve.LA. V253-.6 TO .fur- nfshed for-winter months: Apply even Ings'.to 11216th 8tvN.- 2B4-f THE WANT GOES TO 'ADS. FOR THIS PAGE MUST REACH THE HERALD OFFICE'BY ONE O'CLOCW TO IN- BORE'INSERTION ON IBB BAMB DAY AS FOR FOR hundred Merino ewes for sale. Can see same at Chin address. Pick Two Stock Co., Ltd.. 240-30 Chin, Alta. FOR sheaves, ?10 iier ton delivered ouy part or Lethbridge. Tar- Dallas farm. Phone K30C. cash or terms. Call or wrilfl 125y 5th Ave.S. _ __ 251-C FSTrSALE cheap, E. M. V. roadster, In good running order. Inquire at El- lison Milling and Elevator Co., Coal- dale. _____ -Milch cows" and spring- ers; also Slock cuttle of all kinds. Ap- ply O. P. Hamlll, Alexandra Hotel. 251-6 FOR car run-about, In first class condition. Phoue 1116. 255-C 15. H. Qreono, New Dayton. FOR organ, just 253-6 Tike new, for quick sale. 532.00. Mason [tisch. Limited, Balmoral Block. 255-0 (MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate of tho Pennsylvania Qrlh- oimt'dta InntitlUo, Medical Massago and Gymnastics Elec- trical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light' Treatments, Electrolysis und Shampooing. Treatments, given by appointment only.' Koom 1, Hull iilk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i Bulllh und Juno B. you aro sick atid want, to regain health, take spinal adiustnjentB and iet. well. Consul, tution true. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bnk- cr< hours 9.30 to 6; 1 to a. Phone 1677. HE-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Ma- ternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. Home Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, elc.) All commun- ications to Mrs. O. Thomas, IU9 10th St. South. 21D-2G DECORATING oats. Apply C. S. Farrow, co. Bridge Laundry Co., Ltd. Leth 255-0 FOR acres, 12 miles east of Warner, ?12 per acre, 5700 cash, lalancc up to 15 years. Money to oan on improved farms, 8 per cent interest, prompt service. N. B. Peat fc Co., 10 Macdonald Block. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS rent. A. piano., quiet lome, no children. Apply to Box 1C. Herald. 252-C Any person having fat stock to dispose of call up George De- lany, Sr., R. 812 or write Box 030. Best prices given. 252-6 WANTED TO or seml-fumlBhed house, 5 or 6 rooms. 6 months or longer. Modern. Careful tenant. Give particulars. Box 51, Herald. 252-0 one having heaters or furniture to dispose of to 711 12th St. A. N. Phone 1155. by the day or at home. Apply Box 4. Herald. 248-6 couple of furnished rent. for housekeeping; Box 17 Herald. reasonable lady desires board and room in comfortable home. Closa In. Phone 1059. 248-6 mail, suitable evening work of any kind for young man. School teacher in country, who has time to spare in evenings. Apply Box <1, Herald. 253-6 Boards.' The boys can make a little money by collecting our printed shirt boards. They must be clean and in good order. 5c for every fifteen boards at our office. Leth- bridge Laundry Co., Ltd. 253-0 WANTED TO A cheap quarter section in South Alberta. What have you to offer? Box 531, Lethbridge -x 253-0 size power hay baler for small engine. Must be good and fairly new. Lowest price and full particulars. Box 9, Wardner, B. C.. 251-6 threshing and hauling of grain, ten teams, four grain tanks and four bundle wagons. Apply Fei- ger Fanning Co., P. 0. Box 940, Leth- bridge, or Phone R-411. TO by Novcmb 1st, a furnished five-roomed cottage. Gas heated with at hack preferred. Centrally located. Apply Box li, Her- ald.- 248-0 buy second hand furni- ture. Also gent's.left off clothing. Prompt attention given. Nothing too large or too small to handle. F. A. Rogers; 711 12th SL A..N. Phone 1155. TO to rent for win- Buia'll' furnished bungalow; care- ful lehahts, no. children. Apply Man- ager, 105-Sherlock Bliig., 4 to 6 attar- 248-8 ?B.OO PRIVATE CHRISTMAS CARD SAMPLE prepaid. Men and'.women'making one to two dollars an hour. Tens of thousands ordered for friends at home and Canada's sons'' at the-front. Bradley-Garretson, Brantford, Ontario, J. FARM' LANDS to purchase oh crop payment plan. One or-more .Bentlons-improved and equip, pad. Must be first class going proposi- tion -having reasonable shipping fccil- water, etc. The advertiser is in position to seed or more acres and knows how-to do things. Apply to Box 250-G Captain Ronald Gordon of the Gor- don Highlanders, a well known mein- of the Edmonton, Alta., Club and a eon of the sitting member of the British parliament for Brighton; Eng- land, been killed In action about July 1; la Wool WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Paintera; Kalsominlng. .General Decorating and Sigii Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Palniers In Lethbridgo. Res. Phone 1472; offico e '17S2. Sherlock BldE., Leth- Altai 23'.'! EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth Street S., Lethbridge. Hours: Day 3-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m.. Office .open till 5 p.m.; Night school, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses in book- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business phone 1315, Res- idence phone 1531. 228-0 FURRIER fur cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott, Higiribotham Block, next city offices. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern metlipd ot uniting motnls by -heating .without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld it. The piece will be where it lu welded. W. N. Kuth, 331 6th Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 .ilia Forjjlngs welded; and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- Ing shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R .Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your' shoe 'repairs; Wolk dona promptly. Orders called for aud delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4tn Avenue South. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP3, EXPERT TUNEB Player-Piano and Organ. Repairer; 25 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city.- Phone 1168, 1253 Ave. A. South. DYEING -AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Us best Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to.garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and .deliver. Phone 1813 324 Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS ,4 barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 Sin St. a. "2-0 WANTED TO1 PURCHASE WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. I will pay ,cash for second-hand goods-Of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd. Ave. S., or phona 1457. 202-62 LAND FOK SALE FARM FOR halt of section 11-10-22, West of the 4th M. Across road allowance from Chi- nook Collieries. Price per acre. Will allow purchaser .commission. For terms apply to; Siimons, 2101 10th Street :W.rCajgafy.- MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH _ physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offico 814 Third Phone 126S. DR. M. J. graduate or Koyal College, of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Cortiticate. Ornco: Rooms C- Mil C, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. IR. L. T, (successor to Drs. Courtlco uate University of Maryland-. Rooms E and '.I, .Macdonald Bioolc. Phone 1165, LetbbrldRO. Alta. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Bug. Licentiate Royal College at' Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higlnbotham Block. Phone 1616. LAND FOR' half sec- mile from elevator, school, post office' stores. Less miies from LethBrldge.. ?15 per acre, Jeasy terms. Adjacent land Held at J2B to per acre. This is only one of several snaps I have to offer. See'me; W. M. Gille- Ian 1222 3rd Ave-3. Phone: 251-0 FOR quarter, ZO- 10-13, west aummer fal- lowed and harrowed for' seed- ing. 1% Grassy-'Lake. Also the 'south' half I8-6.-16, noar Conrad the new. TVeyburn- Leth'b'ridgQ in you.should seo .-these two pieces, For particulars call agciS Ltd., an Impioved and .unimproved irrl gated farms from to. loan on iirinroved farina at Interest. B. Block, Phono DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY 4 JAMII- 109 Sherlock Block.- Telephones: Office 318; Iteildenn CIS. Office hours: 11 to U a. m.i 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. H. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., Biclan, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1524 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 'to 4: 7 to 8. Phone 470. DRS. MARRS Successors to Drs. Stewart aud Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hlf- Inbotham Block. Phono 374.' UNDERTAKING T. 8. Fetterly .Leading Funeral Director and Ernbalmer. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone BCL cidence 284 7lh Ave. S.. Open day and nighL S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phoue 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC .EO M. of the Art of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated teacher of the New- York School of Music and Arts, New York, and Selgel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago, Also preparation for Can, adian examinations. Free voice trial. Studio Room 1, Lethbridge Conserv- atory of Music. 'Phona 765. Resi- dence phone 1242.' 226-0 V1ISS AILEEN ni. JONES, riartofortt Playing end Theoryl Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Koyo! Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London, Enr. Thin year 100 per cent, were Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano, Harmony and .Theory. Ovar ten years' teachini Studlo fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1Z26 6tt Ave. A. South. SINGING MRS. H. H. of Singing: For 'particulars apply to 1365 6th Ave. A. 3. 246-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. r tending selling their farm stock and Implements. It will be to your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North, Lethbrldgt. FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds con- ducted in town or Province. Best results guaranteed. Established in Lethbridge 1907. Office 414 Fourth Avenue S. 218-0 DRESSMAKING MISS 1 MacDonald Block. 229-26 FARM PROPUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes in car lots or less. See us before buying or sell- ing. Established ten "years. .We are in touch ivith the best markets, F O. Hyde Cb.iThonb 1244. 229-0 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK ELDS, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managora) Residence 365 Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbftdge, Coaldale, Raymond and Magratb. Allhay paid for in full when loaded. No. come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not jelling your haj tb us. Why not now? HENDERSON, REID ANO PATERSpN. Chartered Accountants, Acadia Building, 3rd Lethbridge. j Winnipeg and Medicine'Hab Everything In Accountancy, An-. Ails, Investigations, Books kept, or wrltten-up for Finns and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing and Retail Accounting. Resident Partner, ROBT.'J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant' (Scot.) .ELECTRICAL (SUPPLIES A1.U Of TRICAL WORK VV.L. McKenzIe bLk'C- I. fc Co I Ava J ;