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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta iPAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB BAILY MERALtT /aramoMT Last Time TonijiUt Marguerite ClarU in *The Prince and The Pauper' M(SS ALICE SIMM IN SONG WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY JESSE t. UA8KY PRESENTS THE ACCOMPLISHED ACTRESS VALESKA SURATT A STORY OF A BEAUTIFUL RUSSIAN GIRL WHO BECOMES THE VICTIM OF AN AMERICAN MILLIONAIRE, BUT IS RESCUED BY HER LOVER, A YOUNG CIVIL ENGINEER. 600 RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS, AN ATLANTIC LINER, AND OTHER ACCESSORIES WERE HIRED FOR THIS PRODUCTION ^'T1.e Immigrant' -I" ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT THURS. APR. 6 At 8.30 O'CLOCK. Grand Concert by the World-Renowned Russian Artists LEO JAN MISCHEL CHERNIAVSKY VIOLINIST riANIST 'CELLIST WHO ARE ACHIEVING WONDERFUL SUCCESS ON THEIR PRESENT CANADIAN TOUR. THIS CONCERT WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BE SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S MOST NOTABLE MUSICAL EVENT, AND IS BEING EAGERLY LOOKED FORWARD TO BY LETHBRIDGE MUSIC LOVERS. SEATS MAY NOW BE SECURED AT THE HEDLEY DRUG CO. STORE. PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTEIV-Stonogrivpher and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & Motr, Barons. Alta. 79-0 WANTED-Good cook or matron, for Indian Boarding School. Apply Kev. S. Mlddleton, aiacleod._97-2 WANTED-A girl or middle-aged woman without children to assist In housework on farm i miles from city. Phone R 312. 90-6 WANTED-Girl for general housework, small family, house with modern conveniences. $:!o.00 per month. G.S. Ferris, Nanton, Alberta,__ WANTED-To" go To Calgaif, girl iov general work, must understand cooking. Apply mornings, Lothbridge Hotel, Mi-s. Hamilton Mewbum. 97-6 Extra Special ANTAGEl UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE' GIKLS! GIELS! GIRLS! GIRLS! ' flo voo Boeii coii?^ Tlie Grace Coal Mine i!? now prepared to take care of all orders. PHOHL.1250 ' The quality Is the best. Delivered, $L50 ton At mine . , 3.25 ton a. 7. : S. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. A BIG JOYOUS MUSICAL RIOT Opening-"Darkies' Serenade" ..............Entire Company Oscar Hammersteln-"Geraldine Waltzes" ... Frank Manning Josle Collins-"Wonderful Mother" ......... Dsury WeUord Dolly Sisters-"Mazurka and Polish Dance" ......... ..... .................. Helen and OI?ra Hudson Ed. Morton-^"Song of Songs and Irish Volutrers" Leo Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Carter de Haven-"You'll Want Me Buck".. ............ ....... ...... Harry Gordon and Helen Gould Frltii Scheft-"Same Old Sweethearts" ...... Florence Ring "WiUie and Gene Howard-^1. Opera. �2^:'"Wheni r Was a Dreamer." ; 3. "Royal Trumpeters' March." " Bert and Harry Gordon Belle" Ba;Ker^"Lovln' Man"................... Anna Rose nTONIGHT.PI.CTUflEStSTART,7,30, VAUDEVILLE 9 O'Clook C{\ it.. ON ON E SH 6W' EAC HNIGHT. ADMISSIONTOALlOUC and the Game' OAK! --- Farmers, Attention! We have just received u car load of splendid oak. If you are in need of 2 x 4, 2 x 0 and 2x8, buy quickly for It is going fast. Citizens Lumber Co. ALEX HARRON. Mgr. TO RENT - Fully modem 7-roomed house. Bath, etc. No. 319 13Ui Street souUi. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. _ 84-0 TO REOT-ijn the Victoria Mansions, onei front housekeeping flat, completely furnished, all modern conveu iences, also one modem bungalow opposite Victoria Mansions, apply at the Mansions Office, between 9 and 10 or 1 and 3 o'clock, phone 636. 97-0 Completely Sold Out! Entire Supply of Eggs through a classified advt. in this Herald is the .experience of C. S. McGuire. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAIE FOR' SALE OHKAP - Boy's riding pohy, 3 years old, for |35.ao. Apply 1323 3rd Ave. A. South. 96-3 1("0K'-*SAIjE-Cows and calves, and cow-H? coming fresh, broke to milk. Apply at stock :yai-ds. 97-1 FOR SAL.E-Podtgreo Victory Seed Oats. Taylor Milling & Elevator Co, 97-12 FOR SALE-Two usea Graraophonea for sale on easy terms. Mason & Rlsoh, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th' St. South._ 77-0 FOR SALE-Studebaker ;�0, in first class condition with complete sol of new tires, ?500. Apply Box 14 Herald. 9-1-0 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Jly ecjuity in a fully modern 6-roomed cottage on 7th St., S.. close to car line. Apply Box 40, Herald. 9t!-i> FOR SALE-Two teams of horses, weight 3000 lbs. each. Also two seta of new dray harness, one transfer and two wagons. Apply 309 Isth St. S. 9fi-i; FOR SALE-Pour-hole kitchen range, with reservoir, in good condition. Can be had cheap for cash. Apply C35 Sth Street South. 95-Ox PI ANO~FOR ~ S ALE^$'i25'Tt "TolT^ once, just tuned and in thoroughly good condition. Willis Plauo Co., care of Standard Furniture Stove, 610 4th Ave. S. 92-G FOR SAIJ!-Brantford, Standard and National Bicycles, cash or easy payments, repairs and all ax;cesorles. Lethbrldge Cycle Co., 110 5th St. S., near Hudson's Bay. ?fi-6 FOR SALE-A Player Piano, in mahogany case, satin finish. Regular price $900.00, for quick Rale $585.00. Mason & Risch. Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St, South. 77-0 FOR SALE-Roadster. 40 h.p., just overhauled, and in perfect couditiou, four new tires, prestolite, and electric horn, and full set of tools, must sell at once. Will take best cash-offer Box 3,6, Herald..... ... gg-d FOR.SALE OR RENT-On eaay terjns two flve-roomed cottages; one with bam, on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood BChool. Phone 61G, Farmers', Lumbar Co., Ltd. 88_0 FOR S.\LE-Choice Hai lor seed purposes; high purity and germiuation test. Will flil any size order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. Xolt, McVay ranch, Albion Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 TONIGHT EXTRA SPECIAL! Chapter Three-(A Life In Peril). THE BURNING TRAIN! HELEN'S RESCUE OF STORM BY STRETCHING ROPE ACROSS TRACKS FROM TELEGRAPH POLE TO TREE TOP AND SEIZING HIM AS BURNING TRAIN SPEEDS BENEATH! EXPLOSION OF FIVE CARS OF DYNAMITE -BIGGEST .THRILL EVER ATTEMPTED! MERE WORDS CANNOT EXPRESS THE EXCITEMENT IN THESE THREE REELS OF "THE GIRL AND THE GAME." SEE THEM TONIGHT AND BE CONVINCED. OTHER GREAT FEATURES ON THIS PROGRAM PonyExpress and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE Ida Fifth Phnn. m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday cvonlnga. 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic. Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English, Call or write for information. H-o-fi HAY, GRAIN,- FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Fled o! al! klada. Carlbads or (ess. Inquire tor quotatloai when buying or selling- We are In touch with the best markats. Storage space for rent. lEjccellent basement for peitshabia goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phonn 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 UPHOLSTERING '  and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. DKE,S)SMAKING SupeHor Workmanship, Perfect Fit, Metropolitan Style. ... MISS WILS'ON, Room 1, Above Ryland's Store. DRESSMAKING-At home or by the day. Room 4, Begin Block. Phono 457. 97-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-West halt of Sec. 17-11-20. Would sell or rent by the quarter. North quarter has two-roomed shack, south quarter has three roomed house and stable and a cribbed well. This is an exceptionally choice half in the Iron Springs district. Apply 010 Sth St. S. 95-3 PROPERTY FOR SALE Office . Stables 1168 1064 THIS PAGE GOBS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DBLIVBRBD BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION $20.00 REWARD-For" the following animals. One bay mare B years .old, branded J. C. on left hip, two white feet, had yearling coll. One bay gelding, 5 years old, branded .!. C. on left hip, three white feel and while face. Apply E. S. Bowden, Tabor, Alta. ____ , ,___9^-^'' STilAYETJ-R'ecenTly from Sec. 3"5~ 10-24, west of Nobleford, ono bay horse, largo star in face. Throe days later frorn samo land, two bays and ono black. First horso last seen on March 17th, 4 miles west of Diamond City, last three on 20th, same neighborhood. All wore five yearpv old, weight about 1400, In good order, tails trimmed rather short, UauUefed and branded 5 H left thigh. Bought from Hyssop Bros,' range a year ago, $20 reward for phoning and holding a day or $30 for return to farm. C. S, Noble, Nobleford. 93-0 NOTICE MoBBrs. Johnstotit) & Ritchie beg to [announce that Mr; W. S, Gray, Barrls-tor-at-Law of Maciood, Alberta, has become a momhor of tho firm of Johnstone & Ritchie, FOR SALE-On account of ill health we will sell for $200 a nice liouso and large lot, 50 feet, well located, in which we have an equity of $1000; balance in easy payments, A genuine snap, George Soar, 1624 6th Avenue North, 93-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Suite of furnished house-keeping rooms. Apply box 10, Herald. 96-0 WANTED-To rent from May Ist, a modern bungalow, witli verandah. Write or phone R. C. Farris, 283 7th Ave. South. 94-G WANTBD- Second hand car, Ford preferred, give full particulars and rock-bottom price for spot cash. Address P. O. Box 333, City. 94-U EMPKOVED B. C. FAKM FOR SALE (100 Acres at Marysvillo, li. C, % mllo from railway station, post office, .store, hotel and school. All fenced, good buihllngfl. 70 acres Buminorfal-low, 50 acres ready for siU'lng plowing, abundance pure running, water. Whole farm can be irrigated if desired. Splendid local market. This Is ono of tho beauty spots of the Kootenays. $25 per acre. Small cash payment, balance oasv to right party. For partlcu'ars apply to P. Lund, Box 189, LethbHdgn, or phono 516. . Ad. No. "1?" CARDS MEDICAL OR. W, s. QALBRAITH-il'hyHolan. Surgoon, Aecpucher. Holirs 2t-SJ 7-8 p.m. Oltloo 814 Third A,vei�U�. Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Noso Md Throat; HE Shorlook Bldg. Office hourA 10-12; 2-6; evonlnjrs.by *.V polnimnnt. Phones: Office 841*1 eidenco 593. � i'. ': DRS. CONNOR, MeNALLv'* JAMIE. SON-Office, 109 Shorlook Blocfc Telephones; Office 319; Resldonoa 01!1. Office hours: 11" to 12 a. m.;, 1,30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phy siclnn. Surgeon, Accouchor. 1824 -Ith Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phono 476. 60-0 DENTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Tc/ronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental CortlDcate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Brysn Block. Phono 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce * Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macaonald Block. Phone 1166, Lothbridge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to 5, Office, HIb-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E, G. SIMMONUS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Llcentliite Royal Collogfi ot Physicians (London.) L.D.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: �-8 Hlg-iubnth:im Block. Phona 1616.  UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERi.Y-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. Residence 2S4 7th Ave. S., Phono 1176. Opfn rtav and night S. Y. HURST-Embalmer ft Funeral Director. 808 3rd Avenue South, Phone 1802. Open night and day. 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 tho examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H, C. G. Salmon. 1259 5th Avo. S. MONUMENTS THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tho circumstances ot the patient. Poor patients cared for free ot charge. Graduato nurses tor private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing fllla-slon. 413 14th St. S. Phon� 1233. (Miss) A. M, Tllley, Buperyl^op. (Miss) Rose Camerop, Gr9t}. Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse Ileadstoiie.s Jiud Crosses of every dcscnplujii nia4p to (jixl|r Go|v:,ovir ; prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. � ^' �X MRS. w; H. JOHNSON, TEACHJR � of Piano. Harmony and Thedrj'. Over ten years, teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave, A. South. 96.0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorat-ors, Paparhangers and Painters; Kalsomlniiig, General Decorating BDd Sign Writing. Estimates glvsn. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridgfe. Res. Phono 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge. Alta. 160-a AUCTIONEER W.. L. WILUON, Lleenteil Auctioneer. All Hinds of sales conducted. Tenns ressonaols. . Prompt Mttlemeitts. Job lots of stocks ot M�rchMdla� purchased. 1 wlU also buf tb* ra-tire contents of fumtshod houses. Head offloM at the Wilson rnmitur* Co., 416 LCth iU Nortta I..�i�brtdga, Phone 1025. FRANK WADDINGTON-U you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and eKects, ccnsult Frank Waddlhgton, Leth-hrldse. who will give you expert servloe on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ Repairer: 20 years factory oxperionoe. Honours Cortlfloate MT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone H08, 1253 Kth Ave. A South. WELL DRILLING WELL DRILLING-Expert well drilling, any depth well, modern machinery, quick work, reasonable terms For full Information write A.- O. Gothenquist, 43.Division Ave., Medicine Hat, Alberta, 82-6 SHOE .REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for yoiir shoo repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. Gil 4th Avenue South. 62-0 LetHbridge Motiumental and' Cut IS 10 n e l^pr k s W. A. HENBER80M � COV; Lethbrldgs : | ; Medlolti* Hit WlnnlRe0, % Ohsrtered A'ceoiintsnta ' "  AWuntaucy lu.all Its branchss: Audit, Beoretariai. Ad. vlsory, SystematliiDB, and Trust Work, Inres-llgationSi^^^iiqiUdatlon* Asadia Building, Lethbrlqa* Resldsnt < |i jR, J. .'PITCHI.E PArcReON.''' Chartiirad AeoeUnUnk ,<�r,ot,4 i I ;