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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MCETWO THE LETHBRIPCE DAILY HERAliP AND "SHANNON OF THE SIXTH" AINU MONDAY, AUGUST. EMPRESS TONIGHT UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ORPHEUM THEATRE-PHOTOPLAYS AND VAUDEVILLE Jefferson De Angdus in his Famous Two Act Comedy The Funny Side of Jealousy THE HOBO'S INVENTION-A Heal Mutual Comedy. WHEN MEMORY A play you'll remember. mart fun. ______ M- HIS OWN drama of the backwoods. Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day, return engagement of KuBELITZSKY, the Rus- sian Musical Nut. Another Beauty Film-A BOWL OF and have a "laff." LOOK OUT FOR A REAL AM- ATEUR NIGHT. ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA PRICES EVERY DAY: ONE MATINEE........5 10c TWO NIGHT SHOWS..10 i 15c The Theatre of Surprises CANADIAN V PACIFIC CANADIAN eiluml Pnros and Good Train. Service to the Saskatoon Exhibition August gust16. One-Way Fare for Round Trip From all points in Alberta and Sa-skiiteliewan Going' 2 to Aug. 5. Final Return 9. Further Information from any Ticket Agent, or K. DAAVSOX, District Passenger Agent. Calgary.. I martin's I Transfer Phone 1386 Cirtful ind Prompt Service TONIGHT Paramount Program Boswerth Inc. Presents LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS SMALLEY IN Sunshine Molly IN FIVE ACTS A Story Vf the' Oif Fields of California THE ONLY MARY PICKFORD A ONE REEL COMEDY How Mary Did It 'In the Shadow of. the Pyramifls TWO ACTS Wednesday .Only 7THE HA'RLEIB CONCERT CO. Prices As Usual. FORD STERLING AT VARIETY Ford Sterling, the popular photo play comedian, will be seen good advantaee in his greatest co sent leader of the Orpheum orchestra, some claiming that he is "Rubelitz- others that he is. that we have persuaded him to put on his original act Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day. You have heard the act; come and if he is "Rllbleilzsky." Today and Tuesday we have anoth- er all famous comedy bill, all kinds of comedy. Jeff De Angelis. the la- mous comedian of musical comedies, is at his best in "The Funny Side of Jealousy." Space will not permit us spared in filming this feature. The story is very realistic, and the military 'life of a people is shown very real. The picture also gives a wonder- ful Insisht into some of the condi- tions tliat are now confronting our soldiers. Two other pictures complete the Empress bill, which is one of tne best ever obtained by the manage- ment. to to tell yon all of pur fun and drama. edr success, "His Veddin? Day. :oinedy that will convulse yo.ii with laughter, as this is a comedy of a thousand laughs. "The Lure of the Geisha.'1 a two-part masterpiece tak- en in the flowery kingdom of Japan, and vividly portraying the lure and fascination of the geieha. "Little Meg and a film adaptation of C. T. beautiful poem of the same the well-known star, J Warren Kerrigan. "O.ut of His Class." a frontier drama of our own -western' country, the story of a mis- fit that cannot fail to please. "The Boob Detective" is a real comedy that is a sure gloom dispeller, and drive dull care away. The Var- iety's batterj' of electric fans and ventilating system will always insure our patrons of a nice cool theatre. "SUNSHINE MOLLY" Even-body will view with delight "Sunshine Bosworth's latest release on the Paramount programme at Starland. It is a simple, whole- some story, through which runs a vein of delectable humor and good It gives a vivid picture of the everyday life and environment of the oil field workers. in Colifor- iia. At the close of the picture is :a great 'fire, when the uncapped gushers are set on fire. The men who play the roles of oil field workers are actors of recogniz- ed ability. Pa.t O'Brien's dining-room is anoth- er instance of the realism that is oh iained. In the drawing-room scene hut a" visit will convince you of the worth of "the theatre of surprises. EMPRESS HAS STELLAR PROGRAMME Charlie Chaplin and Keystone be at Never was the Store News more did it make more profitable reading than now. Read these interest- ing announcements before you out shopping next The merchant pays his money to make they must pay you before he prolits. VARIETY The Lure of The Geisha A Two Part Masterpiece Pro- duced in Beautiful Japan Little Meg and I J. Warren Kerrigan in a Film Adaptation of Murray's Immor- tal Ford Sterling, In a Comedy Wed- ding Day" The Boob Detective l> a Real Comedy Out ol His Class A Wettirn Story of a Misfit OTHER SPECIALS when Mrs. O'Brien gives her recep- tion, there is place for the exhibi- tion of handsome costumes, and the gowns are very striking and effect The only Man' Pickford will be seen in a one-reel comedy, "How 'Mary Fixed and another two-act episode of the Princess Hassan ser- 'ries, entitled "In the Shadow or the will complete the hill at Starland tonight. VlEW ORPHEUM MANAGEMENT The new management at the Or- I'Dheum'h'as secured a new program of new pictures and new features. Rex Beach's' great play, "The Spid- ers will be here soon; this is nine i reels, arid one of the greatest films' produced. Friday and Satur- 'dav is World Him Feature. Ton lik- ed" "Mrs. and "Hearts in our next will be equally as good.. The manager has heard so many discussions concerning the pre- Mabel, Mabel N'ortnand, the Empress tonight and tomorrow nieht in a two-act farce, "'titled "Mabel at the Wheel." To say that this comedy is funny, would he put- ting it mild. Those who have seen these actors of light comedy know hat any comedy they appear m they are always delightful, and do not tail to keep the audience in glee Jnrins the whole time. The other 'eature on the programme is Shan- non of the a five-reel British i-ar feature by Edward Kipper. This picture is a masterpiece of pboto- -ranhv. and the scenery depicted is beautiful. Thousands of men par- tlcipate in the picture, money liSSSi Provides visiting nurses for mater- aity and all medical and surgical (except contagious and charaes according to the. cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free ot charge. Graduate nurses for' private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 418 .Utn St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. PROFESSIONAL CARDS I'll thouunds sf pee. Have found thi r Jewel that you I The very first to do when you've lost any' thlnn, or found any article of value, Is send word the Wants. Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. Id yonrs experience m Canada U. S. Inventions prompt- Iv patented. Trado Marks and De- signs registered: infringement and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed in palont suits. Reports preoareu tor counsel. Wrlto for Injormiitiou. Expert witness In patent suits. ents obtained in all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. tAMAWAHI an, tot" MUST 8t PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words. cents an Insertion. I insertions for the price of Four. TO RENT My home at 610 10th Street South- thorouRtily modern, six s- rooms, gas and nice lawn. Ap- v ply A. C. Price. v TO f.H "Hi st- South. roomed modern 1V4 storey dwelling; hot water heating, gas connections; per inqnlli. Empty August 1st. Apply E. V. Doolcy, Phone 1441. TO fully modern 7 room house, No. 333 loth s't. North between 3rd and -1th Avenues. Apply to Mrs. it. Burgess, 123 11 Ih St. or 414 13th St. N. ?H Per month. rent, small furnished house, modem; three months or long- er. No children. Apply Hox 30 Her- aid Avenue South, r, rooms fullv modern, furnished: 1 15 rooms fully shed at MASSAGE GUPERFLOUS HAIR SHAMPOOING-MIss K.M. Holm graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortlu> psdlc Institute.. Medical Massag and Gymnastics cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Us" Treatments, Electrolysis and pootog Treatments rointment only. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES T F ETTE a Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent ?o m aomerville Marble fr. Gram works Calgary. O-fflce "PPO.lte Open day and MEDICAL teachers for two department scnool at Coalhurst; duties to commence Sopt- 1st. Apply staling expeneuco and certificates held to D. MCNe 1 Sec.-Treas., to assist in house- ork, strong and willinK, no r cooking, must ,be fond of cllildien. pply immediately to CIS Gtli Ave. ouih. OR W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher. Hours 7-8 p.m. Office Third ATemie. Phone 1253. DR. SherlOCK Blocfe. Residence 126S Sixth Avenue. Offlce hours 1-3; Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. Bye. Noso Una Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlce hours evenings by ap- pointment Phonet: Offlce 341, Re- sidence 593. to buy and sell leir furniture at the City Second land Store. Everything in Househo.u oods bought and sold; Bntisfactioi' guaranteed; try us. City Second Hand Store. 406 St. South. DENTAL DR. M. GIBSON Dentist, graduate of Royal College or Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 8, Bryin .Block. Pbons 1071 DR. L. T. Dratlst (succewo to Cnurtlce ft Grid uate University of Maryland. Booms Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- HE DAM AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 3rd PUPILS FOR Kay 1401 7th Avenue Norti. Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH (OS Fifth Street South. Phone 632 and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. AMD.. LoMon, England. Reference to the leadiug muticians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South PIANO TUITION FRANK 4th Avenue S Phone 1717 and shoes' will be _calle for and delivered. PIANO. VoTciT AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNG. Mus Bac., A.D.C.O. Teacher of piano, voice and theory, Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; studio Room 1, Alberta Loan In vestLent Bldg., 5th st., first door of Orpheum Theatre. Resi dence, Y.M.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat ors Paperhangers and Painters Krl'somining, General Decorating nn'd Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, Alta. I5 AT 508 6th AVENUE SOUTH AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT TR ANK it favored with instructions by the owner, who is leaving the city, to by publication Without reserve, a quantity of superior Household? Furniture Incluaingi-Mission Oak Buffet; >JISBIOJi Oak Extending Dining Table; set ot Solid Oak (MISBlonljDinlng Chairs; Mnation Liquor Cabinet in Solid Oak; Large an nnhnictorpcl in Velvet' Massive Oak Chair; Orass UOCKCFH. 1 Oak Wardrobe with Mirrored front; Satin linisl. Brass Bed with Spring" and Felt Mattress-.r-splendid Oak Dresser with Cir- cular Mirror; Mahogany Sectional Book Case (4 sections) Machine; fine Hall Suite in Solid' Oak, comprising Hall Rack with mirror and' hoi seat 'bench; Knechtcl Kitchen Cabinet; i, hole Range (Royal 2- burner, Gasoline Stove; Refrigerator, etc., etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 Stafford Block. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to ordo-r. Got our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU ___ BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM 1 in the city Phone R-312 or drop to 1428 6th Ave. N., Turner S. WitohcII, North Lethbridge Dairj Anto Livery HENDERSON ery. Phone GARAGE Li! 5SS. W. A. HENDERSON, i COY. Lethbrldga Medlcin. Hal Winnlpeo Chartered Accountant! Accountancy In all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Invei- llgations, Acadia Building, Lethbrlajt Rc.ident _ j RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartored Accountlnt S ana 9, MacdoneW 1165, Lethbridge', Phone 170- RS. MARRS AND Successors to Bra. Stewart and Me Clure. Houn: 9 to S. Office, His Inbotham Block. Phone 374 iR E. G. mem o'er of Koyal College of Surrioni (Bng.) Licentiate Boyal College, o Physicians (London.) UD.S. 1900 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: S-8 nifln botham Block. SHOE JREPAIRING HAY, GRAIN, FEED per month, and other VACANT y fc Co.. Room 10 Macdonald Elk. inS-jj j'TO rooms in modern house, very centrally, located. Light housekeeping facilities arrang- ed. s- TO modern cottage, No. 1G07 7th Ave. S.. 5 rooms and bath- room, per month. Apply Ar- thur Hayr, 151G 7th Ave. S: girl or young to assist in general house- must be fond of children. Apply immediately at th Street South. A LADY starting a house in Leth- bridge, would like to hear from gcn- tlemcn desiring hoard. Excellent: cookine., every comoirt. Apply in first instance to M. I'. Don 819, Leth- iiridge.___________l'U-6 a good room with alt modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply M. C. A. school teacher with second class professional certificate ir the West Lelhbridge Central ochool No 31-10. Duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating salary ex- pected to Robert, Crawford, sec.- ,reas., general delivery, Lethhrirtgu, Alberta. '_________ TO Furnished room, .on car 'line with telephone connection; S10 per FOR acres of good broken land W- miles from Vulcan, Alberta; ready to summer fallow. No crop pay- ment plan but on terms equally as ______________ v good. Second flat, 2740 N. California WANTEn-Woman for general house- chicago, III. work on farm, must he able to do plain cooking. per month Ap- ily Mrs E. V. phurch, Alta., or phone R 107, Cardston, Alta. HOR-ROKS AND 'ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT WAR-Canada s Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thnli- inc and heart 'stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. terms. Sample: biok free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn the barber trade; while learn- Ins- furnished, graduates make WE money. Catalogue tree. Sloler Bart" MUege. 604-A Centre Street, Caleary; Alta. FS want to sell a lew twenty acre homes in the Turlock ir- rigation district, which is one o! (ho best in California, where you can MOW crops at, almost all seasons ot the vcar. and .where fruit is unfiUfi passed. Also have a nice improved SO aero dairy ranch, hand- line 75 cows. If you arc thinking of a from Alberta to sunny Cali- fornia see me before or write to or call on 'my: agent, E. J. Cad- wallader, Turlock. J. R. Armstrong, Box 572, phone R. 512, Leihbndge, Alberta. as housekeeper. Good-cook, excellent manager, entire charge, highest rclcrences. Apply SI. p Box 810, Lethhridge. 131-0 BALED HAY AND all kinds. Carloads or less.. Inquir for quotations when buying or sell- ing- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods Hyde Saunders. Phone '1244. P. 0. Box 112. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DUCE and fletall Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw Oata, Bran and Peed. M. McMaiion and C. McClenashan, 2nd Ave South; Phone 49G, Lethbridse, Alberta. FOR SALE-Singcr Sewing Machine, tailor's, cost SC2, take Waling forge, 2 burners, 10 gallon tank, J14, stone; in., foot cost tin, take 55. Pearson's Cycle Works opposite Herald Offlce. 102-6 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET is under supervision ot first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers to ail parts of city. 'Phone Btli St. S., Opp. Herald. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant-In Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. T.AND WANTED LAND to hear from owner of cheap section for sale in Retlaw district. Applj' giving full description and price in -firstMet- ier. N. B. Peat Co., Room 1C Mac- donald Block. OR EXCHANGE _., Hart- FOK top desk, cheap. Ap ply -between 7 and S o'clock evenings it 214 2nd Ave. b. 103 Parr engine, engine gang River Special separator and car. all in good condition, at Address Johnson Bros., ford, Minn. plow, Ken bunk War- Rock- FOR SALE Well improved stock ranch west of Cardston, also 41 head of fine range cattle, well located; 12 head of horses, mostly mares; mn- etc., to run the place. This is good. I will sell cheap for quick sale Apply Dallas Hotel. LOST AND FOUND Airedale strayed from owner's vard Sunday mornlne. l'ina: er will be rewarded' by leaving-the same at Jackson's Drug Store. FOR In Coaldale, cheap, two lots 140x100 ft., also 2, room shack, or would trade for good young mare or mai-e, no ibrand, but lias white strip down centre of face, halter mark on rlirht law answers to name.ot sis. Finder be rewarded returnins fo Mrs. W. R Virtue, 1232 3rd South. gelding. Apply Rural 314 Box 220 or Phone FOR 'Building shingle roof, good repair; suitable for gran ary' cheap- Also good steel Apply R. V. Gibbons Co. AUCTIONEER W L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements, .lob lots ot stocks of merchandise prrchased. 1 will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished Houses. Head offlce at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13lh St. North Lethbridge, Prone 1033. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized [marts for All germs unimpaired. Ask vour Grocer for Carlyle BranJ fclry Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phono 1576.. li HHSCELLANHiOUS WANTS wlicTnced furniture to visit tlio City Second Hand Store. Wo carry a. nice line of goods all in good condition, (let the lia'hit; there s a reason. The City Second Store, tlic leader ot.thcm all. 401! 5th St. South, all round grocery nan to take charge of store; must he able to put up ?500 cash 13 Herald. WANTED TO business in live Alberta town. Apply Box 38 of nopd tone and in zood condition. Write stating par- ticulars and price to T. Hcr- niiV 101-lix NOTICE the Cltv of Wtll- iridge" pound since July >th, pno Slack mare with white strip on face branded 7 luartet circlo. on left hip. One same brand. One hay mare, -with white hind legs, branded UO on left hip. IC E Delivered Dally TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701.- Jno. Brodie ;