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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD AUGUST Ti, 191C. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Paramount Travel Scries. No. .24. HELD The Girl Naughty Eyes in "Madame 1> Presidenle" This is the great feature we told you about. Doilt miss it. Five reels of laugh producing situations. AND TUESDAY Victor Moore and Anita Kins in 5 Reels "THE RACE" 5 Reels Patrons will remember Mr. Moore In This Is a feature founded on Anita King's automobile trip from ban Francisco to Now-York. Full of Thrills and.Fun. PPRESC- J Last Time TONIGHT MONDAY Charlie Chaplin in "1 A. M." THE BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY PRESENTS TYRONN6 POWER AND LOIS the Gripping Crime-Drama "THE EYE OF GOD" Monday-THE SNOWBIRD' Featuring Mabel Taliaferro nRPHEUMJTheHidtlBnLaw5 LAST TIME 111 A Mutual masterpiece De Luxe in TONIGHT 5 great acts, also howling comedy. MONUMENTS Headstones ana CL-OSSCS of every description mnde to order (ret; cur prices- and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. What the Press Agents Say At Starland Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Get a Farm of Yonr Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. AB immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale "at low prices and easy terms ranging from SH to for farm.landj lands from 135. Terms-One-twentieth down, I balance within twenty years. In irri- Ration districts loan for farm build- ings, etc.. up to also repayamo in-twenty yearsr-intereat- only 6 per cent; Privilege of paying In full.at'any lime. Here-is your opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by getting adioinipg land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Uterature and par- ticulars apply tot Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Landi, Desk 26, -Dept. .of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON i SKEITH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge The large crowd who witnessed j Anna Held's debut in motion pictures i at Starlaiid last night eujoved a pro- j gram of rare merit and mirth pro- Yoking situations. Miss Held is cer- j tainly inimitable in the role of Mile. Gobette, and the play Is Cull of laugh- j ter and the joy of living. This program j .will he shown for the iast times to-' night. On 'Monday aud Tuesday, Victor Moore, who won the hearts of Star- land's patrons in his ''Chimmie Fad- den1' pictures, will appear 'with Anita King aud an all-star cast in "The Race." a five reel lASky production. The story is founded on Anita King's forty-three day transcontinental auto t mobile trip from San Francisco to New York, when she lectured on the topic of "Clean Pictures for Clean at the principal centres, and is full of thrills and comedy. At the Orpheum o RPHEU 'MONDAY ONLY P A NT AGE) UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE1 WELCH, NEALY 4 MONTROSE "You Ain't Been Doin' H" CLAUDIA COLEMAN KARTELL! CREOLE RAGTIME BAND Wild and Untamed SOCIETY BUDS Musical Comedietta PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA Open with Matinee at 3. 25c-35c Evening.Prices 50c to All. FOIl' veiir old grade Short- born bull. Apply P. 0. Box 024, phone 1G04. '____________ Ton empty steel oil drums. Apply Ford Oarage. 103-0 PRQEEgSjIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SITUATIONS VACANT paiiilors. Apply Star Paint 1'or farm. Ap- ply Mrs. 0. T. Lntlirop. 1224 litli Avc. A.' South. ___ ___ ______ -'M'Q Competent general ser- vant. No washing or ironing; !22 13th South. __ ]_ _____ t91-0 At oncf. stronB woman tor house cleaning. Dallas hotel. 130 li maid (or general house work. Apply 620 5tli .-We.. South. 190-2 Young girl to assist 111 housework. Apply IlL'fi 6111 SI. S. or woman on a farm. Mrs. W. H. Pawsou. Coaldale, Alta.. phone K :07 ___198-6 vlllagiTschool Colgate School District No. 2894. .1st .class AHierta .otiu'ired. Six I grades in the school. Salary offered is from to ?SM for the..school year. Give references. H. R. Brown Secretary, Commerce Alta. 195-12 leather lor Hud- son School District -No. 230-1. State Salary. Apply K. Leek. Sec.-Treas., Grassy Lake. Alberta. Mile School District, six miles sonth- I east at Coaldale. State qualifications aud salary expected. Term begins Sept. 1st. Apply W. T. Thompson. Coaldale. 200-0 competent foreman to handle n one and a hair section farm. Would prefer a married man with wife to cook for men. Must have a hustler, Stare experience, references aud wages desired to Box 6, Herald. 200-1 FOR SALE' 15 H. P. Olds Stationary Gasoline Engine, -hopper cooled with tank cooling equipment extra. Latest Olds Model, never been used suitable for feed mill or grain eleva- tor. The vaudeville-bill for Holiday ma tinee and night.only, at the Orpheum WESTERN CANADA LUMBER CO. LOST AND FOUND black bull calf, 10 months old. Branded T on right hip. ?10.00 reward for return to Chas. Chi'iiger, Hard- ievllle. Alta. suitabiu reward will be paid for information leading to re- covery of any horses branded on left shoulder. Apply E. Dawson, 1243 oth Ave. Lethbridge.. 1SS-2G RUBBER STAMPS 'Made in Lethbridge by the Herald Job Department 1252. .promises .the best eve shown among a long list of good bills. jliss Coieman, the girl with hats. wiio nas an impersonation .act, is., a wonder.V Creole -ragtime band is -a novelty tiiat please. Welsh. .Mealey and Montrose have a line of fun to oner that is hard to :beat. Kartelli, a past master at the art of "tricks" opens the bii- on Mon- day. The final offering is "Society Buds" which is an exceptional offer- ing. At the Empress Charlie Chaplin in "one a.m." will be one of the features at the Orpheum Monday. This is one of his best. The feature for tonight Is "The Bye of God" a gripping drama of a raur- derer fchii confession. Tl.is is a mystery story that is a thriller. j production on the Metro I program the "Snowbird" a five I part feature in Taliafer- ro. the charming and girted young act- ress is seen in the stellar .role. This appears at the Empress Monday. Pointing again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argu- ment tells you to Phone The Herald for a man to look after your wants. Box 189 Lethbridse FOR SALE OR RENT Those desirable store premises formerly occupied by the Bent- ley Company wil1.be leased at a very moderate rental, to ,a suit- able tenant or will, be sold- on easy terms. A dividing- wall .will be erected