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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta HER A Lit THURSDAY, AUGUST TONIGHT FOH .MOKE DAYS THE HARLIEB CONCERT Hundreds delighted last" (ironies. AKradion ever .lleuipled in a Moving Theatre. COMPLETE CHANCE OF PROGRAMME 6VEKY DAY SOLOS. DUETS, INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS Prices as and Cool, Cheerful and Airy TONIGHT The Outlaw's Revenge In the Diwn of a New Mutual Master Picture in Four picture did not pass the Censor in Manitoba, Saskatche- wan and British for Thrills. ftOSCO ARBUCKLE AND KEYSTONE MABLE Tomorrow, the First Chapter of "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" in Three Acts. "A HERITAGE OF HATE" A Smashing Broadway Success Daughters of the Empire will have full control of the Empress Tomorrow Night. Miss Lillian Richards and Mr. George Fleming will render Patriotic vpur friends a real treat. Splendid Concert Co. at Starland Probably never before have the movie fans had the opportunity of at- tending a programme as the Starland offered last night. In addition to the regular programme of pictures, a con- cert company, n show in itself, pre- sented a programme of real merit. Seldom indeed do the natrons have NOTICE TO CKEDIT- OKS AND CLAIM- ANTS IN THE ESTATE OF THOMAS ERNEST LOWTHER. LATE OF THE CITY OF PORT AR- THUR, ONTARIO. LA- BORER, DECEASED NOT1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon tho Estate of the late Thomas Ernest Lowthor who ..died on the dny of August A.D. IBIS, are required to send to the undersigned Administra- tor of his Estate by the Hlh day of September. 1915. a full statement duly verified of their elnirns and any securities he.lrl.hy them and that flrplteum mmm tnd Vintarille UAST TIMES TODAY !THE TOLL OF YOUTH" "A DRAMATIC INNOVATION" "THE SCHOOL TEACHER AT ANGEL CAMP" "THE HICKTOWN RIVALS" A Laugh Second. TONIGHT PAULINE BUSH IN The Girl of The Night RUBEL1TZSKY Will play "Annie Laurie" (Request) DIAMOND RING TO BE "GIVEN AWAY AUGUST 2ist. "THEATRE .OF COOL" the opportunity of hearing a concert of musical selections of dignity strength, including grant! opera E lections and recita.tions and imper- sonations, at v. resular movie house. Each number on the programme brought 'to thoroughly enjoyed by the large andi- .ence. "The effons of the entertain- ers were greeted with round after round of applause, anil when the act was over was loath to look P.t pictures after enjoying the musical treat The singing ot an ex- tract from .-the" Italian opera "lot-mo by Miss.Lieber and Mr. Har- per was parlicinariy good. Miss j Shepherd, Dunlqp Rice. that datc-tha Administrator will distribute the. assets of ihr deceased amcns the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tn'e claims of which notice, has been so filed DATED this 36th day of .Tilly, 1915. THE TRUSTS ft Gl'ARAX-. -TEE- COMPANY. LIMITED, Administrator. 220 Eighth 'Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta.. Canada. H. A. Manager. Theresa Hight in tier impersonations and recitation scored a success in her humorous pieces and was encored three times. ,Mies Dora Carreil played a beautitul sonata, and played the" accornpamme .'s on the piano. The following programme was giv- en: Rondo from First Sonata I piano i, Miss Dora Carreil; "Mer- rily I Roam, soprano, Miss Ciara 'Lieber; "The Calf on the Lawn Theresa H'.-ht; "Leaves of cornet i Mr. Earl Harper; "lofmo Amalia" vocal duet Miss Lieber and Mr. Harper. So much enthusiasm and apprecia- tion was shown by laat 'flight's audi- ence that -Manager Willis has per- suaded the company to remain in the city for the remainder of. the week. Th'ev will no doubt be greeted by bum- per'houses, as it seems hardly credit- able that one should be so entertained for such an initial fee. AT THE ORPHEUM "The of the Night" and "The Toll of Youth" are making a decided impression on people who enjoy good and original pictures. The comedies keen tbe audience, chuckling contin- while. Rubelltzsky made new friends and deltehted old ones with his playing. He will play "Aanle Laurie" and. his, own arrangement of the Barcarrc-1 from "Tales of imitating a violin and ceilo duet. This is hear- Ituheiltzsky1 changes .tig .solos every'dav sometimes'every per- formance, and will play any number renuested. Friday and Saturday, Sales Sieger in "The Fifth Comman'ament." This is adapted from the act that played the Orpheum circuit for seven years. Another World Film production, and one you will enjoy. The diamond ring, to-be given away free on August 21, is on exhibition at Wright's jewelry store, and has his guarantee. The new' fans make the warm nights cool in the-theatre.'of surprises. Barristers, Solicitors, etc., Lethbridge, Alberta: Ad -N'o G ,xid No. H. IN THE SUPKbMB COURT OF AIJJEKTA, JUDICIAL DIST- KICTOF LETBlBJUpQE. N THE PF.-THE WIND- ING-UP ACT, CHAPTER '.44 OF THE REVISED -STATUTES ...OF CANADA, AND, AMENDMENTS THERETO. AND THE MAT- TER OF' COM- PANY LIMITED. NOticE TO CREDITORS .NOTICE is hereby given Unit, pur- to Order- of John A. Jackson. Local Judge ofrthe. Sit- iirenu; Court- nmdo In'the mutter of ihc'Bbove cnuso .1.915. creditors of the lientluy Co.. Urn- lied 'iii'.liquidation, or. before the 1st day bC--Septembcf A.D. 1915, required' to sond- in-tliolr names and addresses, and the of their ilebts or, claims, tile nature amount ot security tit any) held try them respectively, with the valuation thereof on path as required by the 62nd section of the Wlnding-Up Act together with tho mimes and ad- dresses ot their Solicitors (If any) to the British Canadian Trust Com- pany of LothbrlJge, Alberta, Llqul dator for The Bentley Company, Limited. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said 1st day o( Sep- tember 1915, the British Canadian Trust Company, the Liquidator here- in, will proceed to distribute the as- sets of the said Bentley Company Limited, In liquidation, among the parties entitled thereto, having re- gard only to such claims of which notice has been made with tho said British Canadian Trust Company, Liquidator of the Bentley Compan> Limited. AND FURTHER1 TAKE NOTICE that the Ifith day of September 1915. at the hour of 11 a.m. before a Judge in Chambers at the Court House in the City of Lelhbridge, is fixed as the time and place for adjudicating upon the said debts or_ claims. David H. Liquidator. Approved: Elton, Solicitor for the (Sgfl.l .1. A. JACKSON Local Judge of the Supreme Court. PROFESSIONAL CARDS "DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" AT EMPRESS TOMORROW The Empress Theatre .'was as usual the scene of a good programme of pictures last night. "The Outlaw's four acts fully justified the press! comments, and proved to be a picture j full of many thrills-and'exciting sit-j uations. For a real wild and woolly j western picture this one excels any screen story that the Empress has offered. Two other good Keystones, with Mbel Xormand playing tbe lead- ing parts, provided lots of comedy. Diamond from the Sky'' will j commence tomorrow evening. The j _. i Daughters of the Empire will have i .Picture iras taken during.the landing; or troops from a transport at the of the theatre 'and. the pro- ttardanelles and shows the manner in ivhich horses of the-English officers I ds vviH he to that organiza- ere hoisted from the hold anfl pin in a lighter for .landing ashore. tjon ...rhe ;from the Sky" is a "Flying A" production, featuring Lottie 'Pickford, supported by an all- star cast, including Irving Cumraings. The story is-romanik-, the-first! instalment pictures a heritage of hate. Arthur Stanley (Irving Cum- mings) and his Judge Lamar, Virginia aristrocrats, .desperate MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR K.M.-. HolrnM graduate o! the Pennsylvania Oxtho- piedic Institute, Medical and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic- 1.JSBI Treatments.- Electrolysis and Saam- poolDg Treatments giveE bj pomtmeot only. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE .1ICSP.1TAL Jin. M Hsjrlem'j ui Maternity Home. en on application. 1224 South. Pbono 74fi. _______ UNDERTAKING 'Funeral Director and Embalmer: agent for the Somerville Marble t Bran ts Works, 6f Calgarr. Offle. .e.positG Court HOUBB. Ph'nM'Ml- dence 284 7th Ave. S. Open day and night. ;_______ S, Y. EMBALMER ERAL DIRECTOR-803 3 Phone 1802. Open nliht and tor. PIANO TONING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- our" Certificate MT. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading -musicians of the city. Phona 1168. 1253 (ith Ave. A PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, AND ____ MU6 Ba Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; studio, Room 1, Alberta Loan In- vestment 5th 'first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Resi- dence, Y.M.C.A. DECORATING CANADIAN PACIFIC IGREAT LAKES Steamship Service Express Sail from Fort William it 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNIcolI as under: S'.S.-Alberta.............Sundays S.S. Athabaska ...___Thursdays S.S. -Ailinlbsla Tuesdays S.S. Fridays S.S. Manitoba...........Saturdays Upon arrival of steamers atr Port McNicoIl, express train is run to Toronto, making connection with trains for all parts of Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, and England States. SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest "and most improved life saving beat .drill and demonstration on every trip for information of passen- lights in every promenade deck giving uninterrupted view around constant wireless communication with all parts of the bulletins giving latest world's news regularly afternoon tea Steamers pass through the Islands .of the Georgian Bay. TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST Train connecting with these steamships leaves Letllbridge two days prior to arriving-Fort William in time for passengers to obtain on steamer. For berths and other Information, apply to any Canadian Ajenl or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT. WELLINGTON Decorat- ors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsominins, General -Decorating and Sign Writing. given. The oldest established Painters in Res. Phone 1472; office phone-1752, Sherlock-Bids-, Leth-. bridge, Alta. MEDICAL DR. w. S. Surgeon, AccouohefT" Houra p.m. Offlce 914 Third Avenue. ".Phone 1353.' _ DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Slith Avenue. Office ;hours Offlce 3iS; Residence 1090. DR. Ere. Noie ana -Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office {hours by Office -141f Re> .iiidence 613. DENTAL OR. M. J. graduate of Royal Collefe of Dental Surgeons, .-Toronto, and holder of a Dominion iDental Certificate. Office: Rooms and e, Bryan Phone 1071 DR. L. T. (successor 'to Drs. luate nnlverelty et Marrlaad. Rooms 8 and 9, Maclonald Block. Phone 1115, A1U. DRS. MARR8 AND 'Successors to Brs. SUwart and Me- jClure. HOUTI: 9 to 5. Ofnce, fill- -labotaam Block. Pbone IT4. DR. E. G. mem- ber ol Hoyal College of Buffoons, Llcentlata Royal College of Phyciclans (London.) L.D.S. 1900 -jHours; 9-12; 1-S. OBce: t-8 'botham Block. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue 3 .Phono 1717 and shoes will -be caller and delivered. HAY, GRAIN, FEED B'ALED HAY AND o Carloads or less. Inquire quotations when buying or Bell Sing- We are In touch with the bei.t fmarkets. Storage space .for rent basement for perishable 'goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone :i244. P. O. Box 112. wksTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- and fletai! in kinds Timothy, Al- tfalfa. Blue-Joint .and Upland Hay; Straw, Qats, Bran and Feed. HllcMahon and C.. McClenaghap, 2nd South; Phone 496, Lethbrideo Ulberta. DAIRY jcalonsv over the possession of "The Diamond from the Sky." Tho story, is interwoven by old family, fueds and an intensely interesting .plot to the j story is outlined in the first instal-' ineiit. MORRISON GETS D.S.O, Hamilton, Out., AUB, Captain Morrison, with the 16th Battalion, who was mentioned several times in dispatches, has been granted the U. S.O., according to advices received here by .his law firm. Captain Mor- rison was honored for- his action at whure he led his men in the famous orchard FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in the city I'hone R-S12-er .drop card to 61 li Ave. N., Turner fe North Lethbridge Dairy. Auto Livery HENDERSON Auto Liv- ery. Phone 5SS. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Lethbridge Hs: Winnipca Chartered Accountant! ccoun'.ancy in all branches: Audit, Secretarial, visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Invea- 'Usations, Liquidationa, Acadla Building, Lethbriag's Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Accountant iprM.'j i DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET is under supervision ol i'iirsl class cleaners and dyers. We :'arc socialists in Chemical Dry Rig calls and delivers to iall parts of city. 'Phone St. S-, Opp. Herald. Cfcr CITY DYEING AND CLEANING have the most modern Cleaning and FYencIi Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta in cleaning aim dyeing 444, beside Firo Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed 'Auctionte 'j-All kinds oE conducted. Terms ?Veasonanle. .Prompt sottlcmcnls vilob lots ot stocks of merchandise -pi-rcliased, I will also buy the cri contents of furnished' houses VHead oilice at die Wilson Furniture i'Co., 416 13th St. I.ethbridge Irons'1023. ASTEUKIZED MILK deliver tor All disease ierms unimnalrMl, Ask Grocer for Carlyle Brand oljter. Crystal Dairy, PUouc pit of peo- ple If they have found heirloom or Jewel that you have leit, 'The vory thins to do when you've lost any- thing, or found any artlole j of value, li to send word to the Wants. t, 1SU, til ffareil PartfJi. MUST Bfc PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 yVords, 23 cents an Insertion. SU Insertions for tbe price of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT (male) wanted for'Hlllcrest '-Mines S. D. No. 1916. holding lirst or second class Alberta certificate: also lady assistant, with first or second class cortilicate. for term commencing 23rd inst. Apply, stating qualifications with references to S. Marshall, secretary-treasurer, Hillcrest, Alberta. experienced laundress, Apply 422 13th St. WANTED Two experienced lady teachers for two department school at.Coalhurst; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and certificates held to D. JIcNeil, Sec.-Treas., Coalliurat. Alta. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE OREAT Sons at the forefront ol battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written: Goine like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. Big terms. Sample hook Winston Company, Limited. Toronto._______ women to learn the barber trade; wises while learn. Ing; tooll furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Molar Barber College, S04-A Centre Street, Calgary, AltL MISCELLANEOUS FOE SALE and sol their furniture at the City Secoud Hand Store, Everything in Household Goods bought and sold; satisfaction guaranteed; .City Second ITanc Store, 406 ath South. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ,buy piano, old one will do; but must .be dirt cheap for cash Address C. Cook, P. O. Box 442, City second hand single bl'ggy; must be .cheap. Apply stating nrlce to Box 1 Herald. Novef was thn Sloro -Nows' more did it make more protitublo reading than now. Rea'd these interest- ing announcements before start out. shopping .next weak. The merchant pays his money to make they must pay you before ho. profits. THE NURSING MISSION; Provides visiting nurscr, for-mater- nity and ail medical and surgical discs (except contagious and charges according to tho clr- cuinstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. further partic- ulars apply to the Nfursing' Mis- sion, 413 Uth St; 3. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor." (Mlsc) Rose Cameron, Grad.'-Nurse..] (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Gract. Nurie PATENT SOLICITOR WM. ,3. UABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Patent; Attorney. 15 "years experience tn Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Tr'ado" Marks mid De- signs registered: infringetnClit 'aad validity 'searches, Evidence' collect-, ed In patent suits. Reports prepared for counsel. Write for information. Expert witness suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. TO RENT TO '514 7th St. Soutli, 1-- roomed modern IMj storey hot water heating, gas per month. Empty August 1st; Apply E. V. Dooley, Phone 1441. TO fully modern 7 rooni houso, No. 333 15111 St. North between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Apply to Mrs. R. Burgess, 423 llth St. or 414 13th St. N. 514 per month. TO in modern house, very centrally located. Light housekeeping-facilities arrang- ed. Apply SOS 8th Ave.-S. TO modern cottage, No. 1607 7th Ave. S., 5 rooms and bath-" room, ner month. Apply'Ar- thur Hayr, 1516' 7th Ave. S. TO RENTV-For a good, room: with'all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower 'plunge, etc., apply V. M. C. A. married couple, two well furnished rooms in good house and in. good locality, with or without .Apply Box 24 Herald. TO on car I line, with telephone connection; ?10 per MS.iOta ft. 103-ox who need furniture to Visit the City Second Hand Store. We carry a nice -line-of goods all in good condition. Get the habit; there's a reason- -The" City Second Store, the leader ot them .all. 406 5th St. South. LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of good Vokon land miles from Vulcan, Alberta; ready to summer fallow. No crop pay- ment plan but on -terms equally as good. Second.Oaf, 2740 N- California Ave.. Chicago, 111. SALE OR EXCHANGE vacant, property for good -house, ''centrally located. What'have'you to offer? Apply AiL., Box-534 Citjv LOST AND FOUND LOST-r-One brown coat containing a piirse and considerable sum of money, between Lethbrldge and eight mile road past.Charlie VanUorri's. farni. Finder please return to Herald office. ami receive reward. Business Opportunities House at Coleman, seating capacity 400; big 3 big dressing rooms; good moving pic- ture machine and curtain installed. Population 2800; Tenders to be in. by August 14th.' Terms, rent in advance. Apply to J. Johnston, Secretary Min- er's Union, Coleraao, Alta. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE SO YEARS "TO PAY if you wish.. The land will support you -and pay for itself. An immense .of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale .at low prices and easy ranging from ?11 to ?30 for farm lands .with ample rainfall- irrigated lands, from One-twentieth balance within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable In twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- portunity to .increase your farm hold- ings by getting, adjoining land, or se- cure your friends as neighbors. For literature .and. particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept, of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WIUSON SKEITH Sherlock building Lethbfidgc PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE Well improved stock ranch west of Cardston, also 41; head of fine range cattle, well Ipqnted; .1.2 head of horses.' mostly mares; ma- chinery, etc., to run the. place. Thig is good. I will sell cheap for. .fluiok sale. Apply Dallas Hotel, i C FOR In Coaldale, cheap, two lots 140x100 ft., also 2 room shack; of would trade for wood young mare or gelding. Apply Box' 229 or- Phono Rural 314- ti THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE-DELIVERED.BY THIS HOUR IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. DRAYING or AVcslcrn Transtci- C'o. Liinitcd P. R. Freight S.h'edi. PHONES Office 1163. Office 46? Stables J. Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL (J7K PER TON CASH.. I 3 NUT COAL, TWO