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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E T H B RID G ]B DAILY ft K R A L D FRIDAY, AUGUST 'S, WS Its hit is made! Everybody everywhere is talking about this exciting, delightful Photoplay that is drawing the crowds. Every- body is in love with charming little Lottie 19-year-old admir- ing Irving Cummings, William Russell, Char- lotte the other favorite who make this picturized Romantic Novel live, before your eyes! And don't forget thatyou-are offered' il-V For a Suggestion! Can you suggest a sequel sag to this prize play? for 1000 words or less. See this big gripping real photoplay .SUCCESS before you do "anything at tress STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WAR FEATURE THE "Victoria Cross" Powerful Appeal for Peace Warren Kerrigan IN "the Storm" Ford Sterling i IN Secret Service Snitzer UNIVERSAL WEEKLY Complete Change of Program by THE HARLIEB CONCERT CO. Special Children's Matinee Prt- igram Tomorrow ORPHEUM New Management Moille nt Plitiplijs o: We Citer to Winm at CUM 1O Big Reels and Vaudeville Surprise Night COLLINGBY'S PEARLS 2 Fifth Commandment 5 Riell SUPREME IMPULSE Comedy Drama WHEN HE PROPOSED Neitor Comedy LOVE, FIREWORKS AND JANITOR Explosive Joker THIS BIG SHOW IB-to acquainted. Come and see ul. RUBELITZSKY Muilcal Nut CANDY MATINEE For the Children Saturday THE DIAMOND RING COU- PONS will be given out night, lUrting Aug. 7th. ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA No in The Theatre of Surprise. EMPRESS THEATRE TONIGHT Greatest Motion Picture Ever Filmed THE DIAMOND A SMASHING BROADWAY SUCCESS FROM THE SKY First Chapter-In Three Acts "A HERITAGE OF HATE" Featuring Lottie Pickford Who is pronounced by critics to be better than her sister Mary. Many other good attractions including- a Keystone Comedy. Net proceeds given to the Daughters of the Empire. Mr. Fleming will sing "The Death of Nelson" Lillian Bichards in Patriotic Snug. The Harlieb Concert Co. Tvill offer two more complete changes of pro- gramme, presenting the choicest eems from their extensive repertoire of vocal, instrumental and humomus mimbers. A special programme "will be' given for the young folks at to- morrow's matinee, and the prices will still remain, .as usual. VARIETY Ifcv keeps you guessing these- hot nights to find out "where to so; but If you go to Variety, you'll .learr, it is to-live. You'll get bushels of ainusement, --barrels of entertaln- Berit: and enough instruction and -real undiluted education to last till the'lnttface of the nether regions cold' "moiigh to skate on. It'll knock til disagreeatrienest, out of you, you'll learn how to speak pleas- antfr to--your wife, whetber you love not. .Yau'Ilsee that, after-all, llte'js only a land of make-believe pretence, and' it doesn't matter -what matters today, for you'll have to live tomorrow the same darn stuff (II over again. So while you're think- Ing where to. spend the evening, let me Introduce" to you the plaice that will thrill interest you. amuse .you; -fascinate Variety. The programme is worth seeing, and.unless you get'a squint at it tonight, voull find yourself ab- out thousand miles out of luck. "THE CROSS" fhe most .powerful.appeal for peace ever portrayed on the moving picture will be presented at Starland tonight, when "The Victoria a three-act" British war feature, will be shown. The feature is reported from the Famous Players Co. head of- fice as being the best war picture yet put out. Warren Kerrigan, that most popu- lar of photo-playactors, will be seen in a two-reel drama, entitled "The Storm, end the only Ford Sterling, the most laughable of comedians, will he seen in "Secret Service fifteen minutes of hilarious hilarity. The Universal Weekly Is up 'to its iifiual standard. VARIETY The Reel Theatre ALWAYS COOL Special Attractions Today Ethel Grandm In the Adventures of a GIRL REPORTER A Two Part Masterpiece Comedies! Comedies! 3000 .Feet of Screaming Up-To- The-Mtngtc Comedy ICE CREAM MATINEE TOMORROW 6UPERFLOUS iHAIR REMOVED- KM: Holmw graduate Ot the Pennsylvania, Ortho- pajdic Institute, Medical aud Gymnastics. cal Vibratory and Therapeutic USW Treatments, Electrolysis and Slum pooing Treatments roistment only. T S Funeral Director and Elnliiilmer; also tor the somerville Marble Grain Is -worte, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone 561 Rut- dence 284 7th Are. S.. ilit Open, day and LOTTIE PICKFORD AT THE EMPRESS Miss Lottie Pieklord, a sister of the dainty and bewitching Mary, Is the star in "The Diamond from the a thirty chapter production that com- mences at the Empress tonight. Lottie is somewhat new to the picture pat- rons, not having appeared in any big production hetcre. The role portray- ed by her in this great picture is practically the first that Lottie has .undertaken. Her acting in this is superb. Critics say that Lottie vies her sister, and some say that her acting is'as good, -if not su- perior, to her sister. Tbe other members of the cast are strong actors well known to the public. Ir- ving Cnmmings Is the other princi- pal. The Daughters of the .Empire will have charge of the theatre tonight, and the prbceecs derived from the showing, after the expenses are paid, will donated to this worthy fund. AT THE ORPHEUM The new management wants every one in the city to attend their first surprise night, to get acquainted. We are offering Jules Sieger in "The Fifth in five acts. Mr. Steger was leading man for .Marie Tempest, and lias created sev- eral musical comedy lasl appearance was with Lew Fields, in "It Happened in Nord'iand." Since then he has played "The Fifth Com- mandment" for seven years, and is playing it on the vaudeville stage. Paul Llveke composed a num ber for this act, and Rubelitzsky will play it during his act. A two-reel comedy drama "Colling- ny's a two-reel Eclair Uni versa! that is intensely interesting.' Then we have "Supreme comedy-drama; a N'estor comedy "When He Eddie Lyons al his funniest, and a laugh producer "Love's Fireworks and Janitor." Re member, these films are all clean am are reviewed before being shown. the ring will be given i out at every performance, starting August 1. Tonight Is surprise night This big show in a cool theatre, will the Orpheum orchestra, is reconi mended to you. can bring any- one to this theatre and feel assnrei of courtesy, and nothing to offend It's worth a trial. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE MEDICAL 'RIVATE JIOSPITAL- MW. Vi Haarlem's Private-. Maternity Home. Special rates sir- en oa application. 1324 7th South. Phone .______________ DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. p.m. Office Third Arenue. Phone 1253, OR. Sherloct Block. Residence 1388 Sixth Avenue. Offlce hours Office Phon. 319: 1090. DR. and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlce OODIS evenings by ap- pointment. Phones.: Offlce 341, Re- sidence 593. UNDERTAKING S Y HURST, EMBALMER FUN- 'ERAL 3rd AVB.-S. Phona 1802. Open nljbt and day. PIANO TUNING S H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNEH- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 "ears factory' elperience. Hon- ours Certificate' MT. A's'sn., London, England. Reference to musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South.___________ PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, 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 t In- vestment Bldg., 5th St.. first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Resi- dence. Y.M.C.A._________ DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- or3i poperhsngers .and Painters; Kaisomining, General .Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; .office phone "52, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge. Alta. SHOE REPAIRING DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder at a Dominion Dental Offlca: Rooms E and 6, Bryan Block. Faona 1071. DR. L. T. (inccewoi to Drs. Courttee ft Ultc University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdoaild Block. Phone 1165, Lethoridie, A1U. DRS. MARR3 AND Successor: to Dn. Stftwart and Clure- Mourn: 9 to i. Offlce, Hlg- iubotham Block. Phone 3f4. OR, E, G. mem- her of Roya! College of Licentiate Royal College oi (London.) L.D.8. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-S. Offles; (-8 Hifin- botham Block. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of 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 1244. P. O. Boi 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in alt kinds of Timothy, Al. falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M McMahon and C. MeClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South: Phone 496, Lethbridge Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET i! under supervision 01 first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemical Do Cleaning, llig calls and delivera to all parfs of 'Phone. Sth St. Herald. r FRANK 4th Avenue S Phone 1717 and will Sbe called and delivered. ____ Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Lir. eryl Phone 588. W. A. HENDERSON t COY. Lethbridgs Medicln, Hat Winnipeg Chartsred Accountant! Accountancy in all.its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Worli, Inves- tigations, Acadla Building, Ltthbrlogi Resident R J RITCHIE PATERSON, chartortd Aittimunt (Sc.ot) 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. Fire Hall. 156J-C AUCTIONEER W. All Kinds of, sEles'conduc.ted. Term reasonable. .Prompt settlements Job lots'of-stock) of merchandte purchased. I will also'buy tile pfi tire contents of furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Furnltiir 416 13th St. North Lethbridge Prone 10S3..... DAIRY WANT ADS VANTED Two experienced lady eachers for two department school t Coalhurst; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience nd certificates held to D. -McNeil. !ec.-Treas., Coalhurst. Alta. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sor.3 at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- ng and heart stirring hook ever written. Going lite wildfire. Bonanza or representatives. Only 51. Big terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto.________ FOR'THE BEST-MILK AND CREAIV I (city Phone' .drop ca'fd''tb ifiS 6th Ave. North LethbrWge "Dairy I I'M Ihouiands of pea- pie If they found heirloom or Jtwel that you haw loit. PATENT SOLICITOR WM.S. BABCOGK Lawyer Patent Attoi'noy. 15 years expedonue Cnniulu mid U. S. Inventions prompt- y palcntcd. Trade Mftrka- und De- signs registered: infrlnnomeiit uad validity seurchfls. Kvldeiicp collect- od in patent suits. Reports' prepared Tor counijol. Wrlto for iiilonmiUoii. Expert witness In patent Pat' ents obtained In all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. The flrtt thlny, to do when you've lost any- thlna. or "ny article of value, word to the JAM AW isu, MUST Bt PAID !N ADVANCE. 5 Words, 23 cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the prlc. of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT experienced girl to in ice cream parlor. Must coin- lence duties tomorrow mornmp. Ap- ly Olympia Cafe. competent genera! ser- (male) "'anted or Hillcresl -Mines S. D. No. 1316, olding first or second class Alberta ertlflcate; also lady assistant with rat or second class certificate, tor erm commencing 23rd inst. Apply, tatlng qualifications with references o S. Marshall, secretary-treasurer, lillcrest. experienced laundress, i'pply 4S2 13th St. S.__________197-0 and women to laara the Darber trade; wages while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make pig money. Catalogue tree. Molar Barber College. 604-A Centre Street. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE to buy and sell heir furniture at the Cilv Second Hand Everything in Household Ooods bought and sold; satisfaction try us. City Second Hand Store, -file 5th "St. South. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS .buy piano, old one will o- but must ;be dirt 'cheap for cash. Iddress C. Cook, P. 0. Box 412, City. second hand single }uggy' -must "Apply stating nrice-to Box 1 Herald. married couple, two v-oU furnished rooms in good house nd in good locality, with or without noard. Apply Box 24 Herald. who need furniture to -isit 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 eader of them all. 406 5th St. South LAND FOR SALE TO 7IU St. South, 7- roomed modern IMj storey dwelling; hoi water heating, ens connections; per month. Empty August 1st. Applv K V. Dooley. Phono 1441. TO fully modern 7 room house, No. 333 IBth St. North between trd and 4tli Avenues. Apply to Mrs. Burfess, 423 llth St. or 414 13ih St. N. per month. TO furnished rooms in modern house, very centrally located. Light housekeeping facilities arrang- ed. Apply _S03 6lh_Avp. S. TO modern cottage, No. 1C07 7th Avo. S., 6 rooms and bath- room. per month. Apply Ar- thur Huyr, 1510 7th Avo. S. TO RENT For a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply V. TO RENT Furnished room, on car line, with, telephone connection; per Apply 610 10th st. 103-os PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE Improved stock rnnch west of Cardston, also 41 head of fine range, cattle, well head of horses, mostly mares; ma- chinery, etc.. to run the place. This is I will soil cheap for quirk sale. Apply Dallas lintel. FOR Coaldalc, cheap, two lots 140x100 ft., also 2 room would trade for sood young mare or gelding. Apply Box or Phone Rural 314._______________ FOUND Brown coat containing a purse and considerable sum of money, between LethbrUlge and eight mile lako, on road past Charlie .VanHorn's farm. Finder please return, to Herald office imd receive reward. SALE OR EXCHANGE Inside vacant property- for good house, centrally located. What have you to offer? Apply A.U, Box S34 City. Business Opportunities TO House at seating capacity 400; big slage; 3 big dressing rooms; good moving pic- ture machine and curtain installed. Population 2300. Tenders to 60 in by August 14th. Terms, rent In Apply to J. Min: 'i Union, Coleman, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R- Freight Sheds. PHONES 1163- 462 1664 PonyExpress and Transfer 7C mm I Phone 632 NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO CE OR TONS, CASH 408 Fifth Street South. FOR acres of good broken and 2% miles from Vulcan, Alberta; ready to summer fallow, No crop pay- nent plan but on terms equally as -ood. Second flat, 2740 N. California Ave., Chicago, PASTEUKIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer for Cariyle Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576., Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 CinM and Prompt Service CANADIAN PACIFIC JVUKBING L. F. Surgical, OI stelrical Nurse. Now 633 6th St. S. I'hone IMfc GREATLAKES Steamship Service Srv-Magnificent. Express Sail tram-Fort-WHHanr at 2 ,p.m. and Port at 3 p.'m. to Port JIoNicoll as'under: 8.8." Alberta S.S. Athabaska .......Thursdays. S.S.-Aiilnibola Tuesdays S.S. Keewatin Manitoba ..........Saturday! fjpdn'arrival of steamers- at Port. McNicoll, express train is run to Toronto, connection .with trains for all parts of Ontario, Quebec Maritime'Provinces, and New England .States. ;SPECIAL'FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS- 'Latest ami mostUmproved Mite saving life boat drill and demonstration on every trip for information of passen- lights In 'every promenade deck giving uninterrupted view around constant tireless communication with all parts of the bulletins giving .latest world's news regularly aiternoon tea Steamers pass through the Wands of the Georgian Bay. SPEdlAL TOURIST ;FARBS TO ALL POINTS 'IN THE EAST Train connecting'with these steamships leaves Lethbridge two days prior to arriving Fort William in time for passengers to obtain breakfast on steamer. For bertha and other Information: apply to any Canadian PJclfic Ticket Aaent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT. ;