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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ICE Dellverid Dally TERMS REASONABLE PHONE Jno. Brodic Scenes from tonight's Paramount pictures is Back." PARAMOUNT PICTURES j AT THE EMPRESS I The ma u axemen t has pleasurr in armounciiig ttmt ilic ICinpi'Ms lias sf- nired the" exclusive right to show Paramount Pic turps and Keystone Comedies m this t'iiy. ami Thai, he- with today, a Paramount Picture be shown iviih every change oi program on s and Wednesdays. This has made it neces- sary to chance ihc special Keystone days to Fridays mul Siturdsys, v.hen a rwo-pnrt comedy will be shown, while it is expected that n single reel comciiy will he included with ihe Pam m until programs. This ivill givo a series of programs impossible to equal. The first play under this new ar- rangement is -'Mrs. Black is Back." a "four part picture featuring May Ir- in her greatest comedy success. OftPHEUM Theatre-seers of Lethbridae will again tic treated to some Us time acts o[ "vaudeville at the popular play- house. Hugh Ashcrofi Co.'ln "Irish" -Life, Song and is indeed a treat. Thomas Maurelle. the wonder- ful novelty musical anist. 'who can ring sweet, beautiful music out of flower pota, glasses, etc., ig eitraordlo- ary: "Rcmnny a three-part feature, is a strong and fascinating story of a conquest of a gipsy girl's heart." There will also be two thousand leer, of mirthFu-i laughter from the Premier fun factory. Wednesday the audience of this theatre be treated 10 something Beyer before held -in LetbbrJdge: marriage ceremony performed on the stage between one of the Batterr boys a mi'the Orpheum bride. Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYlNG TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED 406 th.St. S. Piione 632 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Olllca 1163 PHONES J Office 46: 166-1 Registered Standard Trotting Station Half Brother to, .'Lou pjllo.n, fasieV! Trotting Ma're'fn the vv'r'c'i. the beif Standard Bred t Canada, will itand 'for at my farm, flve mlleo Fee to insure." K. COULTKV OWNER. DENTIST WANTED For the North East Rooms, 2nd door, Sherlock Building. .Un- equalled position, good oppor- tunity for man with hits li- ed practice. Enquire at the building any time. Ring elevator bell'in hall. AND OTHERS: FOR Good Grazing Lands ALONG 'Cliiu Coulee aiifl Coulee Low Prlcf and Easy Ternis. WILSON SKEITH, c. p. R. Land Agents Phone 1343 Sherlock Bldg.' Late adjutant of Liie 4Stli Highlanders who die3 tJn evening- o- J9. He was well known in Canada, and his death is, regret ted 1 BOSTONIANS' FAREWELL The best house (.baL greeted tfte toniaiiB during their four days' sta_'. here, witnessed the performance Sat- urday These popular players delighted the audience m a comic operetta In three acts, pataie Hesry and Doris Canfield were the poiiits of interest moat, the trend of radlaied from these Inim- itab.le comedienaes. illsg Henry as ihej French bous count a scream, while Mies Canfield played the part of lAwklns. an English butler, to per- feclioD. On renuest 3Hss Canfield "He's a and "Thomas whiclj brought forth rounds of-encore. 'Your Residence or Business Protect Yourself Against Biii'g'lai-y Hpusebrealoiig and Larceny (Theft) W. A. Levitt Box 513. Houn 4th Ave S. NO: REFUND OF TAXES ON TICKETS UNUSED 'A: matter'of imponancs to the pub-j the railways has been settled by the government. A nice point haa been raised as to the possibility of re-' fund'of the war taxcin'case'a person should change bis or her mind in re- garded to the 'contemplated trip by train or boat. .Ii the railways, insisted upon the tax in such cases of changed intention, it. was altogether likely that j the publilc Would set. them doivn extortioners. Accordingly, the railways submitted the questions to. the what should be done in case unused tickets presented for refund to agent before the train starts; to agent general office after train departs; theji .same or some following day; in case of passenger tickets; in uhe case of1.sleeping car tickets; in the case ol parlor car tickets; in the case of steamship tickets. The-answer which thfe railways received was aa follows: 'There can be no refund of the tax unjjer any circumstances. Once the ticket Is scld and the lax collected, it ig as-Lhougl) it were in the Dominion coif ere, and nothing but an act of Par- 11ament can eel it out again. It 'was j explained by the Dominion authori-, Lies'tn'at in order to prevent tlie fusion that would arise in applying J literally .the millions of tax stamps. It at. would have been required on rail-1 -way tickets, and the consequent diffi- culties which 'would "have ensued ow- ing lo delay m afllxiug and cancella- tion of stamps, Hie present method baa been adopted, and, that'ae none of Lhe public could have'reasonably ex- pected a refund on a stamp that had been .affixed and cancelled, if ticket were refunded upon, so also no refund many be expected wherever a tax had been collected, and Lhe ticket un- used and refunded upon. In other! words, tlie act of purchase of the tic- .keLls.in accordance wltli the Tax Act. is a completed transaction so fir.flB the collection of the Is con- cerned, and under no circumstances u the law now Atanda could It be re- fundH, a rtfund of the tir. e 'a Special wou.ld to Cd by SHERLOCK BUILDING OTf ICE'AND RESIDENTIAL SUITE'S, VAULTS AND SAFE- r- -DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building in the TVest. Coolest rooms in summer. Fire and sound-proof construc- tion. Elevator service every day of the'year from S a.m. to 10 p.m Running water in all Gas Installation for domes tic use. Furnishing by arrangement. All enquiries at the building any elevator bell in hall. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 and Service SEED POTATOES Best Early, Late Varieties, Cheap. Thli Setd all Hand Picked and Carefully 'Se- lected. APPLY Allan Jack Gold Coin Potatoes: Seed, Ma- tured and Weil Graded. J25.00 Per Ton A; CASAUBQN, Phone ;102-14 King Edward Transfer PHONE 662 OFFICE OTT.'S. TRUNKS MOVED. ANY PART OF CITY, 25c 'All Transfer. Work-, a Sollctfe Rural Municipality of Warner No. 36 the MASSAGE 3UPERFLOUS HAIP1 REMOVED- Mill K.M. Holmtl graduate oi the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic Institute. Medical and GymnasUci Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic LltUt Treatments. Blectrolynis aaS Snam- pooine Treatments tfveir Or ap pointmeni only. Room 1. Hul. Bit PRfVATE HOSPITAL HOSPITAL. Mrs. Van Haarlem's FriTite Hospital Maternity Home. Special rates L- en on application. 7th South. Phone 74S. UNDERTAKING T 8 Funera' Director and Embalmer; also for the Somen-llle MarWe't Granite Works, of Caleary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone 561. P.eil- dence 284 7tn Ave. S. Pbone 1176. Open day and nllbl. S Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. 3. Phone 1803.' Open citfu PIANO TUNING MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works G. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and Orgln 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, Ensland. Hertreuoe.. to tie leading muslolans of the city. Phone 1253 Sit Ave. A. South. CLEANING AND DYEING THE 3Z4 6th Bt. S., the Herald, are npeclalists in chem- ical cleaning and dyedng. Repair- ing and altering our specialties. PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAITS Photography and Amatei-r Flnlsbine. All work euarwiteed. Geo." Tlse. 006 Third Ave- South, TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITAIIY Kingston.. 706 3rd Ave. S. and sett measurement forms sent to out of town customers. MEtUCAIJ Public Notice is hereby given that there has been Introduced ir Council of the Rural Municipality of Warnor No. 36r a By-law of which the following IB a short synopsis: SYNOPSIS No animal or animals (horses, mules, nsses, sheep, goats, ucat cuL- Lle or animals of the bovine species, sivlne or geese) shall (he permitted to 'be at large within the Municipality, animals ov-'ned by residents or bona fide occupiers of land in the (Municipality; such resident or bona "dc occupiers shall be at ibborty to 'have at large twenty head of'horses or hi tiles or .isses or cattle ;tlitJ bovine species for each "uundred acres of land owned or occupied by such resident, and a proportionate num- ber of twenty liend of horses, mules I or cattle for auv purl of one hundred i pwnqd..or resi- dent1.'1 provided, .such" resident, In place of having _'horses, or .cattle nt large'. may have sheep at large 10 the num- "bpr of six sheep for each horse or mule or aas or which he may otherwise have at-large, and provided that no resident shall tie. at-liberty" to 'Have at large more than a total num- ber oC one hundred head of horses, im.'je.'i, assea' .or greater number of sheep than six "hundred, any other animal at large may 'be im- pounded toy any person within the municipality. The proprietor or oc- cupier of any land surrounded by a lawful fence within the municipality upon'which. -Jiird any anfmai is found trespassing, may seize and "distrain such' animal whether such anininl 13 I nm tho ever ready 'T.....WSmrto h'otf? yiiii 'mooting today's needi buaincs; household. cheap; 'UlhpTa imVpr. liMiJ3iL North. EXCUAWLJIV-YdunK hlyli I'hiEiH Juck for Hal'd'-or-Vlll 01- cluuigc, good -Block Noblo jfrnl. Altu. for IIOIBQS. .Hie. tti'e farm.. rou, SALK "cir-fitifBlB'-ni ,c.- liinap, In' "tVu" culutj'i'ftlouV- TaUbapor RJnliiH noAr'Fhigslou'Q', D.jVclhhn'to For JnruntiiiUqii apply Loth- lBoAVcykift'ii itoM'ly tV Lldi, a isL Aval flquth. -r, c? -s Oil. Leases_ in Grass for cush. 'Frail, F. .KlHuiu MCo., lloviil Uank.-lSlilimUdrii l-VliliS, Cul- gary, Alln. TO "Illi -.rooms.. connections, newly ilecoralod. Apply HIM Till 81. or 313 'Ili'lll SI. N. 15l.li [encpij. j'rojfX bJielr lately 'lioill rent low to suilnblo tcucuit, _ _ SOjiUi..', apannieula, Ci-y-mL BloaH.'. TO acres UL'iu- will i out from l.'.U lo SOU toris.of huj. cltatia- for oiu ami crop.'; Tpirnia very- Apilly Gco. O. Ivorr, Eax' 22S. Leth- fb House, aii's orraalC X6. 4ij ftli. st.'S. K 'room: huasef'.'-Uilquii'e' -Illi "SC. Soulli. ANT.fi girl tor housework pply 5th.Sfr.iBoiit.il. TO 303 -litt) Si. SpUlIj. ;oonis fully modern, iafse 'sViluiuIs, stable niul gameo. Apply N. B Peat Co., 10 .Miicdoimld Hlock. toltie, 31J--1.CJ11 St. S. a''cortpctent 'gen-1 smith.____ t'ohd" of children.! TO iii "ANTED- ______________ rarmiifhiilst ne' fon'd 'of clillilren. TO Sill Ave., 6 rooms, pplyAIrs. J. Nprmnii Ititchle, 1302'! fully modern, lire 'placSe; BSff.-elc., ?25 rt lll-t; i per month. .3; Poat Co.. h Areimc S. To r the Victoria homa for.judjan ren, Brocket: particulars roonis rite or iilioiie R. Haynes.' (I .etc. latli St SoullV; oigllt modern. 'Rood condition; w B. .Peat .Co., TudcB DR. W. S. Surjeon, Accoucher." Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Pbooe 136S. DR. Sheiiock .'Block. Residence 1866 Sixth Avenue.' Offlce hours Offlce an animal at lares contrary to th Phone 319: 1.090. 'provisions of this by-law or an animal DP. Eye, Nose and'at large under the provisions of Sec- Throat; Dominion Building. O.mce't'on 5 at the by-law, a.nd may drive hours evenings by same to the nearest-accessible pointmant. Offlce 341. Re- Bldejca 693. appistetlns p'etises; to" travel, laumlricd I per monlii.- A'pDl of lave i Uanrfs.. on.. booki. jjiiase. senn in yout' orders." number, month. Apply-K.-D. our son'SJ.Umk.'" -a1 J. Harris 1412, Lelhbtidgc. t'liouc 39-0 aufl women tq learn the barber trade; wages whila learn- tools graduates make big money; .Citolosue Jree. ,Moler Barber College, 004-A Centro stroet, Calsara.i Alia, HATCHING EGGS DENTAL DR. M. j. of Royal Colics- of Dental Surgeons. Toronto, End holder of Dominion DeuU] Certlflcate.- Offlce: TCCIOES 5 ind e, Bryan Block. J171 OR. L. T. (iucceasor to Dr8. Courtlce t than twenty-two inches uat'e University of Maryland. Booms 'ground, and1 the1 wires to i1 pound to be impounded. A'-lawfu fence within the municipality Bhall bi any of the fences iletiared .by. thi Fence Ordinance aiid amendment: thereto to fence; and alsi any substantial fence OL not less than, threo or more barbed wires, weighing not less ninety pounds to th one hundred rods, on posts not more than- thirty-five .feet apart, the lower one--not -less than sixteen or. more 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1155, Lethbrldge, A1U.- DRS. MAHRS Successors to DM. Stewirt Clure Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg. lobotham Block. Phone. 374. OH. E. G. mom bsr of Hoyal College bt (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collepe ?1 PiiysicJacs (London.) LJJ'S 1900" Hours: 9-12; 1-5. lilfto botham Block. not more than fifteen inches apart, and. the top wire to he not less Lhan three.feet eight inches and-not more, than .four feet two inches from the ground where fastened to the post. PIANO TUITION And that a. copy-of the by-law 'be seen in each of the following places: S.W.-cor. of Sec; 14, Twp. 5, H. 17, West of 4th. N.E. cor. of Sec. .20, Twp. a, Tl. 17, West of 4th. S.B. cor. of Sec. 18, Twp. 4, R. 17, West of ___________ "N.w. cor. ot Sec. Twp. o, R. 18, PUPILS FOR Kay We5t of 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING L. N. beeo .tuning for Mason Risen over a vettr a half. They would not have me tune thoir pianos if my work were not absolutely perfect If you'want your piano tuned and voiced pro- perly, give me a trial. Leave ord- ers at the store. Phono 791. L. N. HOCKETT AUCTIONEER W. L. ana City Licensed Auctioneer. kinds conducted ont reasonable terms. Live stock and (arm Bales e specialty. Office at the Wilson nltur- Co., 404 13th St. N. 1023. Residence Phone 585; Down- town ofllce at Ihe burn Realty Co. 1173. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbrldg. Midlcln, Hit Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all Its bnnchto: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Tnist Work, lavci- tlgatlona, Building, Lttnkrldii Rtiidint r H, J. HlTCHIE PATIMON AcMunUni HAY, GRAIN, FEED i BALED HAY t Oats, thoroughly denned; high germina- tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage spacQ for rent. Frost proof basement for perishable toods. Hyde Saundcrs. Phone 1244. O. Box 112. 73-0 WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PrtO- DUCE and Retail Dealers In all kinds of. Timothy, Al- lalfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaihifl. 2nd Ave. Stutili Phone 496, LaUlbrldce', Alberta. S.W. cor. of Sec. 16, Twp. C, K- 18, West of 4th. cor. of Sec. 1-, Tivp. 0, R. 17, West of 4th. N.E. cor. of Sec. 22, TVp. G. H. 17, .West of 4th. 9.W. cor. of. Sec. C. TH-D. C R lli, West of-4th. S.W. cor. of Sec. 18, Twp 4, R. Id. west of 4til. S.W. cor. of N. half sec. 11, Twpr -1, R. IT, west of 4th. N.W. cor. of S.W. quarter aec. .11, Twp. c, R. 16, .west of 4th. 'Blakesvllle Post Office. New Dayton Post Office. Wreutham Post Post OHlce. Office. further tliat unless within thirty days from the publication of Ihis nolice.at least ten resident elect- ors of the municipality petjtion "the Council to auumlt sur.h by-law to the vote of the resident electors, of tlie municipality, the Council will proceed to poas the same. B. TROCKSTAoi. Secretary of the 'Municipality.of Warner, No 36. at Blakcsvllle, Alta, this 24'th day of April, 1915. 114--1 THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED 'ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS 'HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED FOR CX....W, Leghorn hatch- ing J7.50..per C.; winners ,pr ribbon for best ess.anil broiler pen at brook Red hatch- ing eggs, I-oltsapplp.. strain, good win- ter.'layers headed, by win- ners 1511, Atchi- son's B. C. FOR turkey'eggs, Jl.OO per setting. Phone 1475, A. E. Dupen. Royal'view." Alta. 100-0 _____ TO house, .modenir'newly deeoratGdrsooil garden.' Apply-'-at. to. -Arthur' llayr, lith. Sti 3i BOARD1-ROOMS TO 'on car line, with teleplipno connection; 510 ]ier BIG 103-o.x TO '.a Boofl.. loom with .all modern heat, shower batns. plunge, 'etc., apply Y. M. C. A. FOR S At %e' lion Lest eneil, it's clerfn; it's tof-JBlo-at per lira Ib 's'a'ckr :Iots He "per" Coalrfale. ltATC'HrN'6'EGGS FOR" Ble.Cojnb Bla-ck Mlmircas. FOR lijlndred purelired second an.Vthll'd.prize winners. Lelh-! Losliord hens, ..f bridge and. Edmonton Provincial Poul- try ShQws 19 price. per set- from -2nd, 'and- S2.00 .-tram 3rd-, Apply A, G. Spencc, 813 6th .St. of A: B Hum- phries, 120 Uth. st.eS. EGGS .FOR SETTING Prize winning WTlH'e" llartin's L bv cock, son of ,._. admitted tu lie the .vfyifudoLLo "male" Jiving. p at Letli.bridge last 6'nl j''1 shown, and jlncliides 1st 2nd and piillets 13.00 per 15; 10 tht-'first' 100 sat'this year haven't: hft'fl one.'i'infprtile-'yet.-' Also Buff' Orplngto'lB eggs' "fFrish's good utility birds; per Postmaster, Diamond City. MISCELLANEOUS- WANTS ijing'Ic .'liupgy, must he good" condition. '.Write, ilatingl'prico-lp; Herald. 111-x each; also 100 pure hred Alcsbury duclcs, 5Q Dqck. 75c per FOR have ,to o( our ti) avpl'd jnbreetlingj Is a .vigorous rlchl ".to purchaser. Apply Fjrtli anil Senior. U'eijf.LcllibriclEe. 6.. FOR Kipp stpre o.wnejj by Mrs. PhiUJlSff; 'will iell'.cheip. _ FOR i hand, ift, gao'cI. bargains ,jn fleering and Me, Cormick. drills liafrp'wp.. sulky, hcimt-r iot FOR SALlS-Clcdn stiM 'Wlieat, 'oats, and idatioiis, Alta." wefe'lting' )elween 800 and 1000 lljs. Must be iri 'condition is nil thoroughly brdke. Vrltff, to Box canoe, Write.Boi 21, Herald, prjcc. MOS-Os THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses Tor rcater- nfty' anil-' all' rnedrcal and surgical cases (except contagious ami 'cha'TEcs-flcconling to Ihc clr- of ;tlif! patient. .Popr patients for freo.of charge., Gra-dnate. niirscs for private, duty also prpv'Iued. "For ulars 'a'p'p'ly'' lo' tllo Niiral'ng ,Mls- S, Pliohe'1233.' Tiircy, Supervisor. ROM (Mlla) j'. T. Mackcnik, Crio.1 Nurje' am AveiuiG S tl 112 4th LOST for 6iie sorrel pncer. a white spot In In-.'Is- slioeB on when !l Box JjOthbrldee or Phorfe Rural ifd vvit'h white spot on uoc, when lost, Ijrnntlcd er apply to P. Lavine, SH 5th St. ]Jlionc 114-L Nor- folli suit. nt Her- ald OHice. 114-1 'I'OR [ully cnulp- J'po'J barter Central "and .good fOH" seHing, change of occiipatiqn lor health. A Iter'ald." 100-24 ;