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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta pAgetwo the lethbridge daily herald AXNOIXCEMENT! Change of rrojjTani Tonight-Tomorrow CATHERINE COUNTISS in "THE AVALANCHE" A STORY OF LOVE, ROMANCE AND THE STOCK iEXCHANQE. OWING TO NON-AB-RIVAU OF "THE IMMIGRANT." THIS GREAT B REEL FEATURE HAS BEEN SUBSTITUTED. WEprggpAY. APRIL 5, 1916 TOMORROW AT 8.30 O'CLOCK. THURSDAY APRIL 6th One Night Only Grand Concert w-^t.d Russian Artists CHERNIAVSKY LEO JAX mSCHEL VIOLINIST PIANIST 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 WANTED-Stenog'rapKer and bookkeeper, mau proforred. Apply Grant & Moir, Barons, Alta. 7�-0 WANTED-Good cook or matron, tor Indian boarding School. Apply Kov. S. Mlddleton, Macleod. 97-2 WANTKD-A boy about 17, to look after Uorse and work around store. Apply Bawden Bros. l'8-O WANTED - Young latiy for office work. Apply C. P. H. Telegraphs, lu afternoon. 9S-3x WA.VTED-A girl or middle-aged wo-n\an without children to assist in housework on farm 4 miles from olty. Phone R 3U'. 96-B PMPRES J-^ TONIGHT WANTED-airl for general housework, small family, house with modern conveniences. $-'5.00 per month, -'i-?:-^J^lli- >''anton. Alberta. i)l-^ WANTKD-to go to Calgary, girl for general work, must understand cooking. Apply mornings. Lethbridge Hotel. Mrs. Hamilton Mowbum. 97-6 "THE MIRACLE OF LIFE" FOUR GREAT ACTS-Intensely gripping, novel and inspiring, a powerful plea for motherhood. The supreme accomplishment of photography, starring Margarita Fischer. Also two rattling good comedies. FRIDAY-ALICE BRADY IN "AS YE SOW." WANTED-At once, girl aged 10 to 18. to do light housework in bungalow, only two children, no hard work or spring cleaning. Apply Cl" 10th St. South. 96-C RPHEU TONIGHT Extra Special ANTAGEi UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE' POSITIVELY THE LAST APPEARANCE.OF THE POPULAR MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 THIS WEEK FRI. and SAT. |g MODERN WAN'TT.'D-Po.sition for one month during seeding by soldier of 113th bat-^ � talion. Good teamster. A few days' no-- tlce will bo required. Apply Boi 24, Herald._ 98-2 WANTED-A competent housemaid, middle-aged preferred, tor kitchen work and cleaning, no cooking. Apply to Mrs. Van Haarlem, 1224 7th Ave. South. 96-6 The JUNIOR REVUE I i Mftl nfU 11 A BIG JOYOUS MUSICAL RIOT B ^ � fflU II Ll ILL A BIG JOYOUS MUSICAL RIOT 1. Opening-^"Darkies' Serenade" ......'........?:ntire Company 2. Oscar Hammerstein-"Geraldine Waltzes" ... Frank Manning 3. .losie Collins-"Wonderful Mother" ......... Davry Weltord 4. Dolly Sisters-"Mazurka and Polish Dance" . ........ .................................. Helen and Olga Hudson 5. Ed. aiorton-"Song of Songs and Irish Voluteers" Leo Clarke 6. Mr. and Mrs. Carter de Haven-"You'll Want Me Back".. ........................... Harry Gordon and Helen Gould FYitEi Scheff-"Same Old Sweethearts" ...... Florence Ring Willie and Gene Howard-1. Opera. 2. "When I Was a Dreamer." 3. "Hbyal Trumpeters' March." Bert and Harry Gordon Belle Bakei^"Lovln' Man" ................... Anna Rose Gertnide Hoffman-"Dream of Annie Laurie" Chrissie Welford Courtney Sisters-"Think You'd Care" ....... Rogers iJisters Charley ChapUn-Dance Eccentrique ........... Cieorgo Ford Grand Finale-"Bom Bom Bay" ............ ICntirc Company s; PEOPLE MOSTLY GIRLS, CLAIRE k ATIWOOD N AO M I LAUGHABLE C0MIQUE8 THE DANCING VIOLINIST TONIGHT PICTURES START 7.30, VAUDEVILLE 9 O'Clock |-A "GRAFT" Will Positively be. Shown Tonight Admission dUC COLLINS, ELLIOTT AND LINDSAY Cyclonic Acrobatic Comedi-:  ana , ALVAREZ AND MARTELL Singing-Dancing-Talking KARLTON AND KLIFFORD Transparent Painting Novelty KENT, RAE AND MORRIS Vaudeville's Premier Songsters 4-REELS PICTURES-4 MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY 7 and 9 MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 25c ^fr 25c CHILDREN 10c. > - YOi: CAN SECURE CONSTANT B.M^ ployment on Auto-Knitter machines. $1.50 to $3.00 per day readily earned at home the year round. Machines supplied for cash or instalments. We supply yarn and pay liberally tor all work. Write today-Auto-Knllter Hosiery Co.. Dept. 167B, 257 College St., Toronto, Ont. Ad. No. B WANTKD-.Men and women to learn narbering. .Wages while learning, tools free. Situation guaranteed. In. formation, book of instructions mall, ed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre ,qt., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeli qualities ; tools free ; wages while learuing ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cafa-lORue and particulars free. Mo'.er Barber College, 604a Centre St., Cal-mtv. 37-0 Completely Sold Out! Entire Supply of Eggs through a classified advt. in the Herald is the experience of C� S. McGuire. MASSAGE SUPERFUOUS HAIH REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�� K. M, Holmes gradUftto of tho' Ponnnylvania Orthopaedic InatHutb, Medionl Musaag* �ud Gyjunaitlca iSwedlsh). ISloctrl-CRl Vibratory �n'd Therapeutic Light 7'rcatnionts. Rleotrolysls eind Sham-POoln�; Trentmenta given by ap-polntmonl only, j Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE)-Pedigree Victory Seed OaU. Taylor MiUlnB & Elevator Co, ______�7jl2 FOR SALE-One used piano. Just'like new, - $22�.00, on easy terms. Alason & RlRCh, Ud. 88-0 FOR SAliB-Studebaker 30, lu first class condlttou with complete set of new tires, $500. Apply Box 14 Herald. 04-0 FOR.SALE-Gold Coin seed potatoes, large enough to cut two or three times. $16.00 per ton. $1.00 per single aaok. Apply 1246 Bth Ave. A. S. 9S-tt FOR S.\LE OR TRADE-My equity in a fully modem tj-roomed cottage on 7tli St,, S., close to car lino. Apply Box 40, Herald. 90-C t'uit SAiiE)-Buff Orpington eggs for hutching, $1.60 per setting. Call at 809 7tU Ave. South, or phone 1292. ' : - 98-6 FOR SALB;-Two teams of horses, weight 3000 lbs. each. Also two sets of new dray harness, one transfer and two wagons. Apply 309 l.^th St. S. 9611 FOR SAIjE-One Edison Gramophone Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly paymonts. Mason & Rlsch. Ltd. . ;