Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACBTWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILlf "CHARLES CHAPLIN" AND "SHANNON OF THE SIXTH" -v wnn.-.-n.n. FLEMING AND MISS LILLIAN RICHARDS In th.' L.t..l Son, H.l-PATIIONS' PA' EMPRESS KEYSTONE, "MABLE AT THE RICHE IN "A HEART OF WAR DRAMA BY ED. KIDDEK-GEO. FLEMING AND MISS LILL! Paramount TONIGHT Paramount LOIS WEBER AND PHILLIPS SMALLEY IN "SUNSHINE Ads Mary Pirkford IN 'How Mary Fixed V COMEDY PRINCESS HASSAN IN mml Tho Shallow of The Pyramids TOMORROW Matinee and Night Hiirleil) Ciiiicert Co Prices As Usual COLONKL JOHN A.OUKKIE. M.P. n m Ul jJilCyili nwm We Cater to Wmncn ami Children Jefferson De Angelus in his Famous Two Act Comedy "THE FUNNY SIDE OF JEALOUSY" "THE HOBO'S INVENTION" "WHEN MEMORY RECALLS" "BIG BROTHER BILL" "AT HIS OWN TERMS" ANOTHER BEAUTY; A BOWL OF ROSES Wednesday. Thursday Friday Return Engagement of RUBELITZSKY ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA The THEATRE OF SURPRISES V_ARITTY Ford Sterling HIMSELF. IN THE FUNNIEST 'COMEDY YET SCREENED "His Wedding Day" .Don't see this unless you want to Laugh. COMING: The Royal Hungarian Orchestra Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful and Prompt Service Homo from the front. At Si. Julien he was in command orthe 1 [Highland Baitallori. which was partial y wiped out only wo iof a thousand men answering ihp roll call after the pict Colonel Currie at Niagara-Camp, Ontario, where he commenced Hour of instruction to Third Contingent camps in Canada. ___________ Never was the Store News more did it. make more profitable reading than now. Rend these interest- ing announcements before yon "start .out shopping next week. The merchant pays his money to make they must pay you before he profits. I'll of poo- pla If they have found thi Eelrloom or that you have loat> war. S.-BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) anil Rngifllcrod Patent Attorney. 15 yean oxperlonno m Canada'nnd U.S. inventions-prompt-: ly patented. Trado Murks nucl. signs registered; Infringement and validity Marches. Evldonco c-ollcct- eii in patent units. Reports prepared tor counsel... AVrlto Tor Inlonnntlon. j Expert wltneu In pntont unto obtained In all countries. 95 St. Jamoi Street; Montreal. The very first thing to do whep you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, li to tend Vford to tho Wants. "SUNSHINE MOLLY" To get a good comprehensive idea oi-a real oil field, one should attend Starland tonight, and lake iri toe Par- amount feature'' SunEhine Molly." i Some eiceptionally fine views of 'the Californiau oil fields, with real and: miles and miles of der- ricks aro. shown. The play itself is full of dramatic action, with a fine vein of subtle comedy running and the spectacular scene of a burning gusher, and miles of never to be forgotten. IS HE? Mary Pickford. in a oae-roe! cem- eily. is seen to great advantage, and PROFESSIONAL CARDS 'burnine oil Is somethlns once seen Ola Humphreys as Princess Hassan in "The Shallow of the is at her test. Tonight will bo the last night of this programme, and tomorrow the Harleib Concert Co. will appear at j both matinee and evening shows, in conjunction with the pictures. W feP' Private Herbert Wheeler, of Second Battalion, First Canadian Contin- Eeit, who was one of the foremost iii tho gallant band of Canadians who 'eeaptnred .guns from ithe Germans at; St. Julien. Unofficial reports say- He has ;been recommendedYfor the V.C. In-the picture ivneeier is in the Duchess of'Connausht Canadian, Hospital at Cliveden and the nurses shown are Can- adian girls 'Wheeler's (home is in Winnipeg, but le enlisted in Ontario. GREAT LAKES Steamship Service Express Sal' -from Fort William at 2 p.m-Vnd Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port JIcNicolllas under: S3 Alberta'............Sundiya S.S. Alhabaska .......Thursdays sV S.S. Koewatin Fridays S.S. Manitoba ..........Saturdjyt Upon arrival ofi steamers at Port McKlcoll, 'express train Is run to Toronto making qonneetion with trains for all parts of Ontario, Provinces, and New England States. 'SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest and most improved life saving life boat drill and demonstration on every trip for information of passen- Bights in e% ery promenade deck giving uninterrupted view around constant communication witJi all parts of the iballetlns-giving worldr's .neiw. regularly afternoon tea Steamers pass through the of the jSeorjfan Bay. SPECIALiTOURl'sT FARES TO' ALL-POINTS-1N THE EAST Train, connecting with leafes Lethbridge two days prtof to aftrivlng Fort time for passengers to obtain on steamer. For tlckata, berthi and other Information, apply to any Canadian PleMte'Tlsfiat Ajent or LETHBHIOGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT. CANADIAN Fares and Good Train Service to the Saskatoon Exhibition August 6. One-Way Fare for Round Trip all points in Alberta and Saskatchewan Going 2 to Aug. 5. Final Return 9. Further Information from any Tlcfcet-Agent, or K. DAXVSOAV'- Paaienger Agtnt, CHARLES CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS It had been a long time since the Empress theatre patrons were treated to such a programme of pictures as they were last night. Altogether nine reels oi pictures were shown, and ev- en- reel waa enjoyed to ihe full. Charles Chaplin and Mabel mand were seen to good advantage in a two-ree'j farce, entitled ".Mabel at the Wheel." This is a scream from start to finish, and no dull moments are experienced while Charles and Mabel hold the boards. Some gnod automobile racing is also seen in this picture. "Shannon of the a five-reel British war feature, was also shown. This famous story, by Ed. Kipper, is wonderfully portrayed in pictures by an all-star cast. Space does not per- mit a description of the picture. The first instalment of "The Dia- mond from the in which Lottie Fickford, the dainty little actress. plays the leading part, will be shown at the Empress on Friday and Satur- day of this week, The Daughters of the Empire will receive the benefits from the Friday evening showing. AT THE ORPHEUM The new Orpheum management de- sires to call particular attention to the service afforded ladies and child- ren. We are confident a visit to thfe "theatre of surprises" will make friends. Patrons' last night remarked on the clear, steady projection of the pictures and the clean 'programme. As stated last night Rubeltizsky will appear, starting on Wednesday, and will play his original act. Those who heard him on "his former appearance will be able to '.decide the. question that is worrying quite a few. Ruh- elitzsky is the only musical act that has ever played the Orpheum two weeks. If you enjoy good music, hear this little RiiBsIan. Look out lor the big nine-reel pro- duction of Rex Beaches "The Spoil- Remembec.we have -no long, tire- some between reels, and we have the Orpbeum orchestra. SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS AT VARIETY You will agree with us when we say say that Variety is the ideal summer theatre, with the best ventilating sys- tem in the city; yo.u will find that no matter how hot it is outside, it is al- ways cool and fresh inside. Ford Steiling, the scream of the screen, will be seen again today in one of the funniest comedies yet screened. "His Wedding Day" is built tor iaughing -purposes only, and unless you want to enjoy a hearty- laugh, don't see this comedy. ''The Lure of the a two- part Universal masterpiece, taken in the flowery kingdom uf will hold you with Us tensely dramatic situations and beautiful scenic effects. "Little Meg and a film adapta- tion of C. L- Murphy's immortal poem, featuring II. Warren Kerrigan, the well-known dramatic star, is a treat you cannot, afford to miss. For the lovers of good, clean comedy, "The Booh Detective" will appeal to you, anil Bob Leonard wril sure make you laugh with his amusing atunts. TO REINT TO RENT. My home at BIO. IWh Street South; thorouslllv modern, six rooms, lawn. Ap- v A. C. "Price. v TO 7th St. South. 7- roomed modern" 1V4 storey dwelling; I hoi wntnr hoiitinjr, conncctionK; I per month. Empty August, lat.- Apply K. V. Dooley, Phone 114.1--. 194-r-y MUST BL PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words. 25 cenw an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. TO fully modern 1 room house. Nu. 333 15lh St. North. hoU'eon 3rd anil 4th AvonurB. Apply to Sirs. It. DurgOFs, 423 llth St. or 414 13th St. N. per j small furnisher! house, modern; three' month's or ler. Xo children. Apply Box '30 Her aid olllco. SITUATIONS VACANT miner, married, good all round man who can get Overman s permit to work small country mine; steady work. See me at Dallas Hotel. T to '8 p.m. totlay and tomorrow, or write H. B. Hushson, Lucky Strike. P. 0., Alberta. _________ MASSAGE iUPERFLOUS HAIR K.M. HoImM Eraduite of. the Pennsylvania OrtUe- psedle Institute. Medical and Gymnastics ca! aad'Therapeutlc W Treatments, Electrolysis and Sn pcolng Treatments stvei pointment only. Room I. Hul._Bi PRIVATE fiOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL MM V.I Haarlein'E Private. HpspiW all Maternity TIcme. .Special en on application.' 1224 ?th South. Phong ?4ii. UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and Embalmer: also agent for the Soroervllle Marble fc Gramta Works ol Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 581. Resi- dence 284 7th Ave. S. Piione 1178. Open day and nisht. 5. V. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. 1 Phone 1S02. Open nigiit and day. PIANO TUNING S. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNEB- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours CertlBcate MT. Assn., London.. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Shone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South., MEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucber. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue, Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Blocfc. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 1-S; Office Phone 313; 1090. DR. Bye. Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldj. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment Pnpnei: Office 341. He-, sidence 593. (male) wanted for Hillcrost .nines S. D. Xo. 1916. holding first or 'second class Alberta certificate; also lady assistant with irst or second class certificate, for erm commencing 23rd inst. Apply, stating qualifications with references to S Marshall, secretary-treasurer. Hillcrest, Alberta. experienced laundress. Apply 422 131h St. S.' ___- DENTAL to assist in house- work, strong and willing, no washing or cooking, must .be fond of children. Apply immediately to 61S 6th Ave. OR. I.I. j. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder of a Dominion Dental .Certificate. Office: Rooms E and 8, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to DM. Courttee t uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonsld Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrtdge, DBS. MARKS AND Socceasors to Drs. Stawart and Alc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, air Inbotnam Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- b'er of Royal Collese of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Colle.M oi Physicians (London.) UD.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 4-8 Iligin- hotham Block. South. HOPvRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only Ilig terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto.________ PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenuo North. PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNG, Sac., A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice 'and theory; Normal courses. Boston, Mass.; studio. Room 1, Alberta Loan 'In- vestment Bldg., 5th St., first door smith of Orphcum Theatre.. .Resi- dence, Y.M.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating end Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1152, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta. DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in the city Phono R-312 or drop a card to 1428 6th Aye. N., Turner Wltcbeli, North Lethbndge Dairy. Auto Livery HENDERSON Auto Liv- Phone 588. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbrldfle Medicin, Hit Winnipeg Chartered Accountants' Accountancy In all'its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Invea-'. tigatlons, Liquidations, Acadia Building, Lethbrlaje Resident p. J. RITCHIE PATSRSOIM, Chartorsd Accountant (sc.ot) SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will be.called for and delivered. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire 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 I'M P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay. Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave South; Phone 496, Lethbridgo, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET is under supervision of first class cleaners and dyera. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Elg calls and delivers to parts of city. 'Phone 6th St. S., Opp. Herald. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most mode Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern. Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt Huttiiiuieiits Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en tire contents of furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Furniture da., 416 13th St. North Lethbridgc, Prone 1023. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver 3 quarls for 11.00. All disease germs unimpaired; 'Ask your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy Butter. Dairy, Phone 1676. WANTED Two experienced lady teachers for two department school Coalhurst; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and certificates held to D. McNeil, Sec.-Treas., Coalhurst. Alia. women to learn tho Barber trade: wsges while learn- Ing; toolB furnished, graduates make bij money. Catalogue free. Holer Barber College, 604-A Centrt Street, Caljary.-AIUu TO 5th. Avenue South; 8 rooms fully modern, furnished; 1UO.OO per month, and other ;ii rooms fully modern houses unfurnished at J10.00 per month, (let our list. N. B. Peat Co.. Room 10 MiieJonnld Blk. 103-6 TO furnished roonia in modern house, very centrally located; Light housekeeping facilities arrang- ed. Apply Blh'-AVe'; 6.' TO modern No. 1607 "111 Ave. S., li-rooms ahd-.te'th-- room, 515.00 per month. Apply 'AT, thur Hayr, 1516 7th Ave; 8. 1'i-M) Business Opportunities TO House at Coleman; seating capacity 400; big stage; S big dressing good moving pic- ture majhine .and curtain Installed, Population 2300. Tenders to 'be 'in by August 14th. Terms', rent m advance: Apply to Johnston, Secretary -Min- er's Union. Colemanj Altn. TO a good room with all modem conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply 1. M..C..A.. TO room, on car line, with telephone: connection; fltf per 515 le'th-.tt. "LAND" FOR FOR acre's of'good broken, land Vh miles from AlbertaT ready to summer fallow. No crop'pay- ment plan but on terms equally aS good. Second flat, 3740 N. California Ave. Chicago, 111. LAND WANTED MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR roadster in perfect condition; just overhauled, newly painted. To be sold at. once. Apply Box'83 Herald. to buy and sell their furniture at -the City -Second Hand.Stpre. .Everything in Household Goods .bought and sold; satisfactior. guaranteed; try us. City Second Hand Store, .406 5th St. South. FOR, Sewing Machine, tailor's, cost S6S, Hake S30, brazing torge, 2 burners, 10 gallon tank, S.14; rrind stone, 10 pedal, cost J10 like 55. Pearson's Cvcle Works, opposite Herald Office. la3-B PROPERTY FOR SALE LAND to heat frnm owner of cheap Vt section- for Bale In Retlaw district. Apply giving full description and price In, first let; ter. N. B. Peat Co., Room donnld Block. '____' MONEY TO-.LOAN MONEY TO. mortgage oj: improved real estate. Apply P. 0. Box LOST AND BWJND" LOST_An Airedale pup, strayed froni. owner's yard Sunday morning. Finfl- er will be rewarded .by leaving th.e same at Jackson's Drugstore. FOR SALE improved stock ranch west of Cardston, also 41 head of fine range cattle, -well 12 head of horses, mostly mares; ma- chinery, etc., to run the place. This is good. I will sell-cheap for quick sale Apply Dallas Hotel. FOR Coaldale, cheap, two lots 140x100 ft, also 2 room, shack, or ivould trade for.good young mare or gelding. Apply Box 229 or Phone Rural S14. FC-R 16x43, shingle roof, good repair; suitable for gran- ary; cheap. Also good steel range. Apply R. V. Gibbons Co. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Providos visitlii? nity and all insdical ahtt' Burgioal cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the, patient. Poor patients cared for free of 'charge. Graduate nurses, fpr- private diity also .parties ulars apply to IJtursing. slon. 413'Utb St. Phone, (Miss) A. M. (Miss) Role Cameron, Grad.'-Nurlt. (Miss) J> T. tvho need furniture In visit the City Second Hand Store. We carry a nice line of goods all in good condition. Get the haiblt; there's a reason. The City Second Store, the! leader of them all. 406 5th St. South. I (ill round grocery I -nan to take charge of store; must he "lile to .up cash !3 ijernfrt. WANTED TO business in live'Alberta town. Apply Box .IS Heritld. Or All Western Transfe'Cov; Limited P. R. Freloht PHONES '1163 Office 482 Slablel' NOTICE the City of Loth bridge pound since July 30lh, one .black mare with white strip on face; branded 7 quarter circle underneath, on left One hay horse, same brand. One bay 'marc, with white hind legs, branded U9 on left hip. PonyExpi-ess an NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO- '.TONS, CASH '7fi'