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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY, HER A 60 MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1915, I? MAD'E SHORT SNAPPY COMEDIES "The 5 Reels WAR DRAMA OF THE UNDERWORLD WANT ADS onco, furnished cot- tage, Dlbout 8 rooms, close in. Apply llox IS Harold. WANTBD-'-Worlc at home. Ladtoa' snd children's plain uewlng. Address Mrs. J. B. Proctor, 321 llth St. South, City.____________-.__________ WANT near" froni owner of Rood quarter or half .section of land salo. Apply N. B.'Peat Co., Room 10, Maodonsld Blk. SITUATIONS VACANT TO Bakery, Tabor. Al- berta, fully furnished, good opening; immediate yuuaesslon. Write to A. Beck, owner, Coleman, Altn. WANTED Delivery man, must be ex- porlenced and know the city, v married man preferred. Ap- ply H. A. McKillop Co. 262-0 WHEN YOU COME TO GREA? FALLS, MONTANA- NEW JAMES HOTEL Right in Shopping and Theatre Dstrrct.-'Thoroughly Modern, -----TWO BL'OCKS'FROM ALL DEPOTS----- BEUL'OWS AND FINCH, Proprietors STOP AT "LITTLE SUNSET" "Little the famous story by Chai'ios H Van Loan, who i.writes such amusing baseball stories tor the Saturday Evening Post, will h'v bo shown in.a four-act comedy drama I hours jn u, at Starland tonight and tomorrow. maklne ini Xobody, be he youns or -old, should CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VEEY LOW FROM TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, Great Britain KOOTENAY LOG. AND EAST' IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC S.S. LINES Tickets on sale from Jfov.cniber ,15th to De- cember ols for' fi- THROUGH ST AOSTD -TOU EIST SLEEPIlfGr- C'ABS Tickets and full information at all Canadian Pacific Railway. Offices S.'B. MITCHELL, 'Ticket R. DAWSON, District Passsnger Agent, Calgary. THE ORPHEUM The Orpheum announce th'it: they will hot-be'able to show "Marrying as advertised, and made as good a substitution as higher up. a.' five-act Wo'rtd Film feature, Is the attraction, th" iress notices sent out it is. a god one. The story is that of a' girj -who attends school, meets a. fas- cinating young man, and is lured by his plausible lovemaking to elope with him onl-v to find that she is drugged and taken to the underworld. The family employ the services of a great detective who has a wonderful experi- ence in locating the lost girl. She is finally restored to her sick mother, and the culprit is jailed, with the men 600 RAMS FOE SALE 'As follows: -2-year-old three-quarter Lincoln- Rams, -250 3-year-old ialf-blpod Lin- To'fee Coutts, JAlberta T.H. BUCKLEY Grass Montana Get a Farm of Your TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY it you wish. The land will support yoir-'and. pay for itself. An immense -.area of the, most fertile land, in West- era Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from to irrigated lauds from ?35. 1 dovrn, balance within 20 years In irngatiou districts, loac i for farm. etc., up to also repayable In twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- uortunitT-to .increase your-farm; hold- ings by. getting adjoining land, br se- cure your friends as neighbors. .For literature and -particulars 'apply to F. T.-CAMERON, Gen'I Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R. ALTA. OR WILSON j Sherlock SuIJdlng Lethbridge Salberg Grain Co, MEMBERS .WINNIPEG GRAIN'EXCHANGE Lethbridge Floor, Hull Block. miss this.photoplay. It is not neces- sary to have a knowledge of baseball to enjoy the picture. The young folks will- find oue of themselves playing the principal part, little Gordon Grif- fith, -the bat-boy.of n famous ipeuunnt winning team of one of the big lea- gues. The picture shows an actual championship team of the major lea- pies in action, illustrating also the famous of the New York Giants. Don't-forget, Starland tonight and Tuesday. holding Alberta 2nd class certificate. Must bo thoroughly familiar with and able to do own; repairs work. Work1 consists of" S [ie power house and 2 hours' inspection of outside motors and machinery. Salary' 51-10.00 per Apply -Box TO furnished bedroom; fully modern house; 9th St. S. month with1 freo house. 9, Herald. HIS LIT-TUE. DAUGHTER A pathetic incident is told in a let- ter written from Flanders by Private J. PuHer of the R.A.M.C., to a friend In England. He says: were taking, two wounded men in an ambulance from the firing line when one of'them diet! iri'our hands. were preparing to bury him when a post card with the verse given be- low dropped from his pocket: T am thinking Of dear father, far away; And that you. be free from danger Night and morn for you 1 pray. Though I'rom all of us you're parted, Still I pray, where-er you be. That God will keep you from all dan- ger" bring you safely back to me. DORA. "When we Kad the card we could have vrites Pulfer. ".The man had received the card that' morning from, his nttla-girt- at-home, telling him to be quick and come back to her. I have seen many burials, but I never felt as upset as when we p.ut that poor chap down in the grave." f; LAND TITLES ACT NOTICE Proof having been made to my sat- isfaction of the- accidental loss of Duplicate Certificate' of Title dated 26th Sept. 1891. and. numbered II. 109 issued to Richard Charles Bright in respect of i: "S: 12, "Sec. '4-3-35, West 4th; I-give: notice that I'intend after a publication of this Notice in the newspaper pub- lished at Lethbridgei for six consecu- tive days, -to issue-.a- new--Duplicate Certificate of Title in lieu of the one so lost. Dated at the Land Titles. Office, Calgarv, this 22nd day of -October. 1915. W. FORBES, Registrar, South Alberta Land At.No. Z. tion District. miners, six steady work, at Brazeau 'Collieries, good blacksmith, must' ba good horseshoer, good wages. Ap- ply A. J. Bergersou, Bow-Island, Al. berta. Saturday'night on 8th St. between 7th and 5th Avee. or on 6th Ave: between 8lh St; and the Majes-. tic Theatre, a brooch made of two crowns Cas used on the shoulder bf a major's uniform) con- nected by a bar. Return to the Her- ald office or Mrs. Fane, care of -Mrs. Duff. 750 7th Ave. S.. who is handy with the needle for repairing. "D" The Tailor. 410 5th" St. S. teacher with first or second class certificate for West Lethbridge Central. S. D. No, 2440; 'duties to commence >-at -once. stating' salary, expected to R. Crawford, Sec. Treas., Gen. Delivery, City. Taber" about June 26; one bay mare, 6 years old, weighs aibout 900 Ibs, branded hook A on left hip.' Reward Herbert Robinson, Taber 16th St. N., one dark grey horse, weight 1200 pounds, 'branded T lazy V on left shoulder. for return to ,J. Graham, 1303 3th Avenue North. -62 fi experienced cook, Japanese, wants position.on threshing outfit or on big ranch. Apply H. P.. Box 96, Raymond, 6 15, a general servant, middle aged person prefer- red, four miles east of city, 'Apply between the hours-of 10 and '12 a.m. to Mrs. Dalrj-mple, 718 3rd Street S., City. stenographer one having speed and accuracy witli 'both dictation Moke re- ply in own hand writing stating ex- perience. Salary commencing }65 nor month. Bos 1 2C3-H> WANTED-r-itan delivery -r- work, one'whp can .solicit new ness, must ibe able to- handle .horses; najpe and street address, fc.iox'33 Herald. qualified teacher, must {or D, -No ____ Apply M. J. Chin, Alts. Brohmer, Sec.- competent general ser- must a good cook. -Good salary to right person. Apply Box 24 Herald Office. qualified .for Mammoth s: D. No. 1379. .Duties to commence at once. Salary per year. Apply I- M- Brown, Sec.-Treas. P. O. Box 73, Raymond. or woman.-for gen- eral inside housework. Apply R. Latinga, Macleod, Alta.': general. servant or 'young girl to care for children and assist with housework. Apply 1516 itli Ave. South. KEWARD -stoclc yards, grey geld- ing, five years old, blocky build, weight 1000 pounds, branded quarter circle above'crow's foot on left fOre top 'cut-off, leaving shaggy growth ?5.00 (or return to yards; George M. Hatch. PASf EURIZEI) MILK We deliver Pasteurized Iquarts for J1.00. All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer.tor Carlyle Brand Dairy Butter. Phon.e 1576. John Billings Co. Ltd. Grain Mcrcliante. 321 5th St S Lethbridge Phone 1425 HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters S3 per field pitchers J3 per spiie per day; long run. Apply J. Harris Co., P. O. Bex .591, Phone 1412. Y LAND FOR SALE FOR section of land .4% miles west of Lethbridge, .fenced; house and stables, two 'wells. Apply J. B. Allen, Box 581 .City. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, i PARTIES, ETC.' s. o. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Westley, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS BUSINESS CHANCES TO RENT TO seven and 1 ty.'olvo roomed house, fully modern, can ho heated. with coal or gas, (ith St. S., close in. Will rent reasonable. Ap- ply C. B. Bowman or owner, Eu. Me- Kens-Jo, Phone R-100.. TO office, also a small -store, both well lighted and heated. Apply 'J.'D.'Hlglnbotham. LOST AND FOUND black and white collie pup. for return to 1723 7th Ave. North. MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE EOR runabout in per- fect condition. Apply Box 523 City. FOR wagon with cover- 'ed top suitable for almost any. pur- pose; good as 'will sell cheap, cash or terms. Would -consider horse trade Apply Advertiser, 207 5th South. FOR SALE ot pure bred White Hock poultry including 1st prize rooster, Lethbridge, 1314; about 36 birds in all; for quick sale. Apply F. Stee'dman, 14thi South, Lethbridge. FOR SALE-T-A complete threshing outfit, 25 h.'p. Case'engine, 140 Ibs pressure, 36-60 Ooar Scott separator. Ail in Al condition, now threshing hear Stirling. Can make Immediate delivery. Apply C, B.. Perkins-Stir- ling, Alta. FOR runabout, Al con- dition; electric lighted, no reason- able offer refused. Apply Box 39, Herald PIANO FOR cash or terms. Must sell at oncce. Apply Box: 31 Herald. FOR Helntzman Pi- ano first class condition, handsome mahogany case. If Interested apply to-Box 22.-Herald, Your Business is Growing it Ours is the Mai'ketinjf Let's Get Together OUR PRICES WJLL 'INTEREST YOU i CONSIGNMENTS WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 will give your business quick and intelligent attention. 3O3 7th Street' South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) f. W K POHTfiR, Wanagsr Lethbridje Branch. Winnipeg Grain Exchange of Nova Scotia. 1915 OCTOBER 1915 .17 YOU make the date, WE'LL deliver the printing, The Lethbridge Herald Printing Co. Ltd; man. and wife, posi- tions on threshing outfit. Woman as cook aid man as separator man, 10 years experience. Would run ma- chine on percentage or by day. Noth- ing but steam power. Apply to Box io 'Herald. PROPERTY FOR SAtE FOR a 'bargain, house and lot in going town near Lethbridge. Will pay 16% net on investment. Ap- ply Box 7 Herald. THE NURSING MISSION sprovides visiting nurses tor mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and'charges according to'the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor ;patients cared for free of charge. 'Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing. Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. A. M. Tllley, Superviior.' (Miu) Role Cameron, Grad. (Mini J.T. Mackenzie, Grid. Nurie TVayel ih Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers sailing un- der the American flag New York to FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS T.wo sailings per week. All Information, including re- servations, etc., S. B. MITCHELL C. P. K. Ticket Agsnt ;Lethbrldge. RUBBER STAMPS Hade In Lethbridge by'the Hirald Job; PeplHmsnt, PROFESSIONAL CARDS MANAGE SUP.ERFLOUS HAW K. M. Hoimei 'graduate of; the Pennsylranla Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Mussam ami Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Tlierapeutlo Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments given by ap- pointment ..only; .Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITH (H. Smith Mr.. .1. B. Is the science of removing: the 'cause of disease. Call in and talk it over. Office in residenco, 903 7th Avo. 3. Hours 10-12; 2-6; 7-8. Phone 1677. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano' 'and Organ Repairer; 20 j-ears factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate 5IT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of-the city. Phono 116S. 1253 6th Are. A South. AUCTIONEER MEDICAL OR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hpura p.m'. Office 914 Third Avenue' Phone'IsitiS.' DR. Eye, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bids., Office hours by ap-' polntment. Phones: 'Office 341, Re- sidence 693. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Oftlct: Booms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (tmccessoi to Urs, Courtice uato' University of Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block.. Phone 1165, Lethbrfdge, DRS. MARKS and Successors to Drs.: Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: :9 to'5.' 'Office, Hig- inbotnam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (Lpndons) ;L.D.S. 1300. Hours: 'Hlg- iu'both'am FRANK you are contemplating an 'auction sate of farming: stock, stock-in-trade or" household goods' and effects, consult Frank Waddlnglon, Leth-' fbrldge, who will' (rive you expert sen-ice on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- 'Pape'rhangers and 'iPalnters; Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing, estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472: ofBce phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., ,Leth- bridge. Alia. DYEING AND CLEANING I in French Dry. Cleaning; .guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only-.the'most methods applied without injury to garments.- Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812. 324 Sixth Street South. OUR'.CITY :OYEING AND CLEAN- ING re-made', and: cleaned; suits'made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the V VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for': com- munications to. Manager, Box. 192, Garbutt Business College 411 8th Street. .South, Day a.m.-4'p.m., every Night Monday and Thursday evenings, 7.30-9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Arith- metic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. .Call or .write.for information.. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. IB 'years experience m Canada and fU. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented Trade Marm leglstered infringement ana validity searches Evidence collect ed In patent suits Reports prepared for counsel Write for information Expert In patent su ti t Pat enti obtained In all countries. James Street, Montrail. A. EVLYN SMITH PRIVATE HOSPITAL W. Lp Licensed Auctioneer, All -Wnds of.sales conducted. Terras HOSPITAL 5Irg. 'Van reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lot's .of stocks ..of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head the Wilson Furniture Co. 416 i3tb 6t. Morth Prone 102S1' Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING T. 8. f Funeral Director and Emhalmer; also agent for tho Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Worka of Calgary.' ..Office, site Court House..'.. Phone 661. Re- sidence 284 7lh Ave.. S., phone 1176. Open .day and night. S. Y. t Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue' South.. Phono 1802. Open night and day. HAY, FEED BALED HAY AND oJ all kinds. Carloads less. Inquire for quotations when'Snylng or sell- ing- are'ln touch with She best markets. Storage space tot teat Bicellent baaemaht' for psrlshsbls goods. Hyde ft Blunders. Phone; 1244. P.'O. Box UZ.V R. O. Blk., representing1 Thompson Sons and -GrsJn-'Merchsntsi-' Winnipeg. Orain-purohssed ;on highest current prices. WESTERN rfAY.S.fld'GRA'lN C. M. McOlenajhan, Licensed track'1 huyers.' Cprresirand- ents Balrd t Bolterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Hfeheet for all kinds of gMta. -Latest quo- tations at all tihj'M- direct'from Winnipeg, Chicago t Minneapolis.- Office Empress Block, next to Alex- andra Hotel. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue 8. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING Fur remodelllngs for 191W6, will workmanship. more .than ever. We guarantee all work in both lines. David Scott, 916 6th Are. 3, Auto Livery HENDERSON Lit- ery. Phone 585. 1SO-0 W, A. HENDERSON COT. Midlcln, Hir Winnipeg i'AOuntaner all Its branches. Audit, Secretarial Ad- visory. led Trust Work. lures- tijatlons. Meddwit R. J. mTCHIC PAT 1 Of Education, "Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with the1, objectof 'assisting teachers to Obtain schools with as little expense ant) loss of time as poisible. Teachers remiiring schools are in- Tlttd totcommunlcate with the De- their requirements ir.? class of Alberta Certificate held. Teachers who have not yet ob- tained definite advice regarding the standing, to' which they are entitled in Mils vRTOVlncej should forward for reisfctralfon'anyfeertincates they may holi together with recent testimon- ials; as to teaching ability and moral '.cter.--- ildrcsi lall .communlcatlonn to J PonyExpress and Transfer COAU COD. ..JIU, ?bone632 DRAYINO Of ALL kiNor :meht of Edmonton, Alberta. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Traiftfer Co. ;