Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY SATURDAY, UGUST 7, 1015- ORPHEUM THEATRE-Undei- New Management "When Ho Fireworks anri "Supreme Inipi r'AinniHIlllllHMH. I s-1 _ __. 'Mm We Cater to Women and Children "When Fireworks unil "Supreme Ruhel.teky s Last t Last Times Comn.ancluuM I I "S Ve them.' We will par lo anyone proving: this drawliiff a fake. The Theatre ol Surprises. A long sli Decide for yourself; Is Hd Diamond Coupons Mai (.Ionium. NIU TONIGHT Vupeai'iince. w. He Early THE GREATEST WAR FEATURE EVER THE Victoria Cross THREE ACTS TONIGHT TONIGHT Last Night Of The The Harleib Concert Co. Complete Change of Program SMA WARREN KERRIGAN IN "THE STOKM" FORD STERLING IN "SECRET SERVICE SNITZER" 1 UNIVERSAL WEEKLY EMPRESS TO-NIGHT Greatest Motion Picture Ever Filmed THE DIAMOND FROMTHE SKY A SMASHING BROADWAY SUCCESS First Three Acts 'ft Heritage of Hate LOTTIE PICKFORD Who is pronounced by critics to be better than her sister Mary. MANY OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS INCLUDING A KEYSTONE COMEDY MR. FLEMING WILL SING "THE DEATH OF NELSON" LILLIAN RICHARDS IN PATRIOTIC SONG. DONT MISS THE VULCAN STAMPEDE WEDNESDAY, AUG. llth All the Best Eiders and Ropers of the Con- tinent will be there that day. 'EMERY LEGRANDIER, CHAMPION RIDER OF WINNIPEG AND GLEICHEN Special Train fror.i LETHBRIDGE 7.30 7.46 NOBLEFORD 8.15 BARONS ,.8.37 CARMANGAY 9.00 CHAMPION 9.20 KIRCALDY 9.37 ,m. Return Fare 1.50 1.25 1.00 70 Trains return the same eveninj. .m. Return Fare Return Fare.... Return Fare Return Fare .m Retiim. Fare .m. Return Fare 40 DON'T FORGET AUGUST 16th AT THE ORPHEJJM THEATRE the following Three Screamingly Funny SKETCHES will be staged for the benefit of the I. 0. D. E. and The NURSING MISSION by well known Local Amateurs. "Packing Up" "A Sister to Assist V "That Brute Simmons" PARTS SUSTAINED BY MR. AND MRS. LIONEL ASQUITH, MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND MR. FRANK WADDINGTON. 'Between the acts an excellent programme hai been arranged, to .which the following gentlemen have kindly conjented to contribute: 'MR. GEO. E. FLEMING; MR. HAROLD COOPER; MR.-WILLIS MR. RUBEL1TZSKY (Violin.') TlekeU are belnj told by the Daughter! of the Empire, the rnembers of the Nursing Mlttlon Board and Local. Drug Storen. 75c and 50c each DON'T; THIS EVENING .OF'FUN ENJOYMENT. FLORA" AND "THE MATINEE GIRL" AT THF. MAJESTIC The Majestic. Theatre on August 14 aud 16 "'ill be the mecca for all music and comedy lovers in the city, when the Salle .Musical Comedy Company, comprising six talented principals, and a beauty chorus of ten dazzling young beauties will pro- duce "Fascinating Flora" on Satur- day, August 15. one of their latest hit's direct'irom the theatrical boards of Chicago, where that company have been playing for the past sea- jon. This company, on the close of their theatrical season in Chicago, were in- duced at a great cost to the manage- ment of the Lyric Theatre in Chicago to go there for a short period, after which they are to travel on the road, and LetllbridEO is one of the first cities they will play. They have been at the Lyric Theatre in. Calgary for the past four weeks. On Monday evening. August 16 they will present "The Matinee a de- lightful musical comedy in two acts, replete with singing, dancing and comedy dialosue. which won much praise" in Chicago and other cities where they have presented it. SACRED CONCERT TOMORROW In .their programmes the past three days, the Harlieh Concert party, has more than sustained ihe reputation established in its initial concert, which led to the engagement of this company being extended to five days. Altogether a better company lias, perhaps, never been heard in Leth- and the appreciation of the patrons o' the Starland proves the wisdom of engaging talent of this type. Tonight the party will be heard for the last time in a complete change of programme, except that the duet, "lo tamo will be repeated, in response to numerous requests. Tomorrow night at S.30. this com- pany will render a complete sacred concert at the Starland, for which no admission will be charged. 1.0 D.E. BENEFIT AT ORPHEUM Women have always been the judge of what is right. We feel honored to be chosen to present the Daughters of tie Empire entertainment on Aug- ust 16. If the Orpheum was not cool and entirely -worthy, the ladies would not have even thought of producing their play here. We desire to thank everyone for their patronage the past week, and to assure all that nest week's program even better, Rtibelitzsky has agreed to appear again on the 16th. The iimnngement wi'il not show an act or a picture that is not up to the best, and will not tolerate vulgarity at any time. Tho ladies and children are invited to attend our Monday mat- inee free, and judge the show for themselves. "DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" The1 Daughters of the Empire had charge of the Empress Theatre last night, and a good-sized audience greeted them. The first instalment of "The Diamond from the Sky" was shown, and judging from the first in- stalment and outline of the picture, this one promises to eclipse nil oth- er serials yet shown. Lottie Pickford and Irving Cunilnings play the lead- ing roles. The plot is a most inter- esting one. Two rival cousins of an Euclfsh ISarl strive for the title of his" estate and the possession of the Enq juiry Into Complaints Against Oil Companies. OSioe Repairs While You Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICiS QUICK AND RELIABLE Shoes called for and delivered Frank Miles 511 4th Avenue South Phone 1717 "diamond from tlie an old and antique gem belonging to the estate. The picture will be repeated to- night, and it is advisable that no one miss the first instalment oE the serial. Other good pictures were shown on the programme, incluu'ng; "A Llttlo "All in u Day's and two Keystones. The feature photoplay for Monday and Tuesday is a Broadway star fea- ture in three acts, "413." Anita Stewart, Julia Swayne, Gordon and Harry T. Morey arc the leading: mem- bers of the cast in this detective play. PROFESSIONAL CARDS WANT ADS I'll thouwndi of peo- ple If they have found heirloom or jewel that you hive loit. The very first thing to do when you've loit any- thins, or found of value, fs to send word to the Wants. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BIBCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and hcglBteretl Patent Attorney. 15 years experience! in Ciiimda and U. 8. IjivontioiiB prompt- ly ptitcntud.' Trade; Marku nml tjlK'is registered; ic fringe men t nnd validity searches. 'J------ ed in p for cou Expert witness in patent suits. Pat- ents obtained in all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. TO RENT i registered; infringement anil ity searches. Kvlticnce c.oUect- i patent suits. Reports prepared lounsol. Write- fur luloriniitlou. TO furnished rooms la modern house, vory centrally located. Light housekeeping facilities arrang- ed. Apply Ave.JS._ 1 TO modern cottage. No. 7th Ave. 5 rooms and bath- room. per month. Apply Ar- thur Ilnyr, 1510 Vth Ave. S. TO fully modern 7 room house. No. .liitli St. N., between j 3rd and 4th Avenues. Apply to Mrs. R. 423 llth St. or 414 I Sill j SI. S. 511 per month. BOARDROOMS MUST Bfc PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Wordi, 25 cents an Insertion. Six Intentions for the price of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT MASSAGE 3UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. HoltnM eraduito of. the Pennsylvania Ortho- pKdlc Institute. Medical and Gymnastics Kectrtj cal and Therapeutic Treatments. Electrolysis Slam- poolog Treatments given poiBtnient only. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE JIOSPITAL Vai Haarlem's Prtrata HofpU.l Maternity Home. SpMlal raUl JIT- en on application., iTMUi South. Phone ._______ UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director aud Embalmer, ateo for the Somervllle Martlo t Gran Works, of Calgarr. Office opposite. Court Houso. Phono Ski Reil. dene. 284 7th Ave. S. Open day and night ______ S Y. HURST, EMBALMER S. FUN- ERAL 3rd Are. a Plione 1802. 'Open nlsht dar. PIANO TUNING G, H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to tto leading musicians of the city. Fnooe 1168. 1253 6Ui Ave. A PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. IN THE MATTER OF CHAPTER 2, OF THE STATUTES OF ALBER- TA, 1808, AND IN THE'MATTER OF AN INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS AGAINST OIL COMPANIES AND OTHER COM PANIES. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, that Lieutenant Governor lias appointed the undersigned, Judge of the District Court of the District ol Calgary, a Commissioner to enquire into the pro- motion, Incorporation, management !and operation of companies whose ob- Ijects in whole or part are the acquir- ing, managing, developing work or selling of mines, mineral claims and mining properties, including petrol: eum oil or natural gas, and into and concerning the operation and manage- ment of the various stock exchanges iii the Province of Alberta. The adjourned hearing of the en- nuiry will be held in the District Court Room in the Court House at Calgary, on Wednesday, the 18th day of Aug. hist, at the hour of tea o'clock in the forenoon. Anyone having any complaint to make in connection with any com- pany of the claoses above mentioned should as soon as possible send in, in writing, addressed to His Honour Judge Carpenter, at the Court House, Calgary, a full statement of the na- ture of" their complaint. Mr. G. A. Tralnor. Barrister, No. 203 Leeson Uneham Block, Calgary, As- i Blatant Counsel to the Commission, will he present In his office each day until the sitting of the Commission, land may be consulted personally by 'anyone having complaints to make with a view to the investigation being made as full and complete as pos- -ibre. The Commission will also sit at the City of lOdtnonton at a date to ibe I later announced. DATED this J3th (lay of July, A.D., 1915. (Signed) A. A. CARPENTER, No. B. PIANO, VOICE, AMO..THEQRY_ H. McG. YOUNG, Mus Bac., A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice ?ind theory; Normal courses, Boston. Mass.; studio, Room I, Alberta Loan In- vestment Bldg., 5th St., first door so.Mth of Orpheum Theatre. Resi- dence, DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors Paperhangera and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Lett- bridge, Alta. THE VALET FRENCH DRY CLEANING 4 DREBS- busiest and most busi- nesslike firm of its kind in the city. Tunis out work unsurpassed for high class Steam and French Dry Cleaning and Dressing. Phone 1812. Covered rig calls for and delivers at short notice. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Opposite Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Liv- ery. Phone 588. MEDICAL competent general ser- vant. Apply 1249 4th to" work on ranch at illilk River; good wages. Apply Mrs. T. K. Tennant. Room 37. Alex- andra Hotel between 4 aild o'clock. OR. W. S.' Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offlce 914 Third Aronue. Phone 1253. DR. SherlocK Residence 1265 Sixth Avenue. Offlce hours Offloe Phone S19; Residence 1090. DR. NoH and Throat; 115 Sherlock BUg. Office houru evenings.by ap- pointment. Otflu Ml. Re- sidence 693. (male) wanted for Hillerest Mines S. D. No. 1016. holding llrst or second class Alberta certificate; also lady assistant with flret or second class for term commencing 23rd inst. Apply, stating qualifications with references to S. Marshall, secretary-treasurer, Hlllcrest, 2.ri acres of break- ing done, close to town. Apply Ar- thus Barnsley, Ford Oarage. PENTAL OR. M. J. of Royal oTbenta! Surgeons, Toronto, and holder ot Dominion Dental CertiflcaU. OfBce: Roomi C aai S, Bryan Block. Pkont 1Q71. DR. L. T. to Drs. Courtlee University ot Marylaail. Rooms 8 and MacdoBSild Block. Phone 1186, Lethbridge, DR8. MARRa AND Successors to Dm. Stewart ani -Mc- Clure. Hours: to 6. Offlce. labotbam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College ot (Eni.) Licentiate Royal Colleze ol Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1000. Hours: 9-12; 1-i. Ofee: 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 ft Saunders. Phone 1244. P. 0. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- nijcE and Retail Dealers in all kinds ot Timothy, Al- falfa Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave South; Phone 496, Letiibridge, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING 'HE VALET is under supervision of first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers to all parts of city. 'Phone 6th St. S., Opp. Herald. TO "ENT a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. TO Furnished room, on car line, with telephone connection; per 616 10th st. 103-ox PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE Well improved stock ranch west oC Cardston, alsp 41 head 0( line range cattle, well located; 12 head of horses, mostly mart's; ma- chinery, etc.. to run tile place. Tills is good. I will sell cheap for quick sale. Apply Dallas LOST" AND FOUND brown coat containing a purse and considerable sum of money, between Lethbridge and eight mile lake, on road past Charlie VanHorn's farm. Fimler please return to Herald office and receive reward. OETISXCHANGE vacant property for good house, centrally located. What have you to offer? Apply A.L., BoxJ34 C'lty. LAND FOR SALE WANTED Two experienced lady teachers for two department school at Coalhurst; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and certificates held to D. McNeil. Sec.-Treas., Coalhurst. Alia. FOR acres of good broken land IMz miles from Vulcan, Alberta; ready to summer No crop pay- ment, plan but on terms equally as pood Second flat, 2740 N. California Ave.. Chicago, 111. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OP THE GREAT Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written Going like wildfire. Bonanza for represeatativts. Only 51. Dig terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto.________ ana -women to learn the Darter trade; wages while learn. Ins: tool! furnished, graduatei make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College. 604-A Centre Street, Calgary TO HOUEO at Coleman, seating capacity 400; big stage; 3 big dressing rooms; good moving pic- ture machine and curtain Insulted. Population 2300. Tenders to 'be in by August 14th. Terms, renl. in advance. Apply to J. Johnston. Secretary Min- er's Union, Colemau, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE to buy and sell their furniture at the City Second Hand Store. Everything in Household Qoods bought, and sold; satisfaction guaranteed; try us. City Second Hand Store, 406 otb St. FOR of Dickens and Alex. Durnas a couple of sets of good nqvels. Apply The Valet, 324 6th St. South., MISCELLANEOUS WANTS second hand single buggy must .be cheap. Apply stating nrice to Box 1 Herald. young man, furnished rooms with private family. Apply 2? 'Herald Office. 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. PROPERTY WANTED :a good farm for sale; Send cash price and' D. F. Bush, Minne- apolis.; Minn.. 2qir-l who need furniture to visit the City Second Hand Store. We carry; a nice line of goods all in good condition, i Get the lia'bit; there's a reason. The City .Second the leader of them all. 405 5th St. South. AUCTIONEER W. A. HENDERSON JL COY. Uethbrldge Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountants all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, systematizing. and Trust tlgations, Acadia Resident' R J. RITCHIE Chartered W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy tlio en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at !he Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Prone 1023. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th 3. Phone 1717 and shoes will ie called for and delivered. DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM In the city Phone R-312 or drop a card to 1428 6th N., Turner a Witohell, North Lethbridso Dairy. NURSING L. F. Surgical, Ob- stetrical Nurse. New address 68! Bill St. S. Phone 1285. Business Opportunities Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense iirea of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from ?11 to ?30 for farm lands with ample irrigated lands from One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for "farm etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only r> per Sent. Here is ycur op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your (1-ien.ds as neighbors., For literature and particulars apply to F, T. CAMERON, Gcn'l Supt, of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON 4 SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge PASTI5TJKIZED MILK .'We .deliver- quarts for ,A11, disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer fof; Oarlyle Brand Dairy Butter. Phone 1576. THIS PAGE GOES TO-PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK 'P. M. .CLASSIFIED ADS MgST.SE.aE.LIVER.'ED BY THIS HOUR IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS CANADIAN PACIFIC GREAT LAKES Steamship Service Express Sail from Fort William at 2" p'.m'. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNicol! as under: S.S. Alb.rta .-...........Sundays S.S. Athibaika .......Thur.dtys 8.S. AHlnibola ___....Tuesdays S.S. Kdewatin Friday! v S.S. Manitoba ..........Saturdays Upon arrival of steamers at Port McNlcoll, express train 13 run.to Toronto, making connection with trains for all parts of Ontario, Quebec Maritime Provinces, and New England States. SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHJP8 j'atest and most improved life saving life boat drill arid demonstration on every trip for information of pasaen- 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 oO.ooo Islands of the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN. THE EAST Train connecting with (hese .steamships leaves Lethbridge days prior to arriving Fort ;yvmiam In time for. Daisengers to obtain breakfast on steamer.- For other Information.'.apjJIy.'tb'any Canadian Pacific Ticket Ajent or; LETHBRID.GE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT.