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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO T H E L 6 t fl R ITJI jG ^ ^ "11^11)1 J M^t^Tf ^ THEATRE-Uftder New 'The Silent PeHl" (2 acts), showing: iTsults of (^eininn sas anil A>^ircless Avaislvii), sensational-Billie llltchle in "l>ve and Kin'gerj-^^ (^^^i^^^ nr >�"I"��V"/ Mys (ery-Langli and iorjiol (he lieat-Tlie Orphenni OirheNtra and Knbelitzsliy-Diann^nd Conpons ail this weeli.' laugh" at his best-"(� of f)/' a Drj ui wlio nnufe (lie4vorId: 1 EMPRESS lie ^Laidl Cool, Cheerful �nd Airy P^H^ �yr-^ TONIGHT i In Three Acts 413' FEATURING ANITA STEWART. JULIA SWAYNE GORDON, HARRY T. MOREY See the Greatest Railroad Wreck Ever Put Into Pictures 'For the Honor of Bettina" A Two Act Majestic Special THE MUTUAL WAR WEEKLY "Dropinffton's Devilish Deed** A Crackarjack Keystone Comedy COMING WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "THE KEWARD*_ TUESDAY-PATRONS' PAY DAY. ~ MAJESTIC The Ideal Summer Show Next Sat. & Monday August 14th & 16th Nex( Sa(nrday (Angnst 14th) 31;i(iiipo ami i^i, pie If. they have found the heirloom or jewel that you have lost. The- very first thing to do when you've lost anything, or found any article of value; Isto send word to the Wants. PATENT SOLICITOR ' WM. S. BABOOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and RcglBloretl PatCBC ,,.,]| Allornoy, lii years expericnco in Canada and U. S. Inventions iiroropt-ly palonted. Triido marks aii.Ol) per month. Apply- Ar-' jihur i;,i.>'i, iilir. Tih .We. S._174-0^ 'to RICNT-N'ew luliv lobdfrn 7 room! hoiiKo. .\. $11 per month. '201-rtV BOARD-ROOMS i PROFESSIONAL CARDS lAMAWANTAB. JkOfvHeht, mi,ln> Da ForeU P�rt0r.l MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, 2B cent* an  Insertion. Six Insertions for tho price of Four. TO nE,\T-For a good room with all^ moilorn convcnlonces, steam heat;' I.�shower haths, i)lungc, etc., apply Y. ' |M- 0. A. ' _ ' �, � :� , , . . TO IiKNT-Pnnilsliod room, on car line, with telephone connectioii; $W-per month.-Apply GIG 10th st. 103-OX LOST AND FOUNST^ ' I SITUATIONS VACANT MASSAGE SENSATION AT THE ORPHEUM The eyes of tUe world are centred on the horrible and lavsterions gases used hy the Germans in the present war. 'The Silent Peril" is written on this terrifying theme. The wireless boat that is propelled, its guns fired, and. in fact, all Us activity controlled liy wireless, is shown in this up-to-the-minute war picture. Then we have Biltie Ritchie, tlie funny man, in one of his best and latest films, two reels or real hearty, wholesome tun. Another good comedy completes the hill, and with the Orpheum orchestra in good music and surprises, make the programme one of the best The Orpheum have ever showti. Coupons for the diamond ring are giv�n away with each ticket purchased. Save them, you might bo lucky. Tho l.O.D.K. are holding a patriotic performance in the Orpheum on .Monday, August liJ. SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M., Holmes graduate of tho Pennsylvania Ortho-pjedic Institute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish). Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic IJgbl Treatments, Electrolysis tind Shampooing Treatments given by *fr pointmeiit only. Room 1. Hull Bllc. NIKSING L. F. McKEE-flledlcal. Sut^caj, Ob: stetrical Nurse. .New address 633 fith St. S. Phone l'2,sr.. 200-12 PRIVATE HOSPITAL "THE GOVERNOR'S LADY" Jesse L. Laskey and David Belasco, presenting (Edith Wynne Mathison, the international dramatic star, In the pioturiied version of "The Governor's Lady," ^111 be the feature attraction at Starland tonight and tomorrow. This story, poirtraylng the trials and traubles of an ambitious hus-iband and a home-loving wife, promises to be one of Paainiount'B best features. ('For the Honor of a Woman," a two-a�t episode in the Princess Hassan series, and a genuinely good comedy, -win complete the bill- TWO MUSICAL COMEDIES AT MAJESTIC SAT'DAY & MONDAY Commencing with a matinee on Saturday afternoon, the La Salle .Musical Comedy Co., from the La Salle Theatre, Chicago, will open a two-days' engagement at the .Majestic Theatre here, di^rlng which time they -will present two of their most Bu^cesBful musical offerings, both of which are full of dash and pep, with ail abundance of comedy to tickle the fupny-bonea of all who see them. This company, eonslBtlng of six all-star principals, ten dimpled dart-IngB In the chorus, musical director, drtimroer,-ficenic artist and wardrobe nilBtresB, complete In Its entiroiy,' i*a8 secured by some enterprising theatrical men of western Canada to fulfil a short engagement at the Lyric Theatre in Calgary, after the crtose of their last season in Chicago, and owing to the huge success with -which they met in that city, they have been booked over the western Canadian towns, after which they will return to the Lyric for another engagement. Notable among the principals is -.Mr. Billy Gross, the talented comedian; Mr. Earl Fiynn. the straight man; Miss Netty .McLaughlin, the charming young soubrette; .Miss Alice Baymond, the beautiful prima donna, and .Mr. Raymond Ripley, the handsome juvenile man. FLORENCE LAWRENCE AT VARIETY , Florence Ija-wrence, the versatile star, will be seen at Variety today in the thrilling drama. "A .MyBlerious "Mystery." a play within a play, and .one that wiJI-iiiyKtify and thrill you with its iiiaii 'complicating situations. Ford Sterjing, the scream of the 8creenf:wlli;al80-be on hand, dispensing biiVheja' of.amusement, tiig latest -faroe Is "Trapped in a Closet," and Is a,gloom dlspoller from the introduction to'the end. "Through tho Snow,"" a beautiful drama of the Canadian 'norttf, featuring Leah Balrd, brings home to aib the barreniVesB Vif our norHiqrn territory, and likewise the silent hardBhipB v/lilch are undergone duririg 'the winter. "The Man Who CaiTife Back," an Eclair -weBleni-er, togethei;',' .with "TliB Triangle Marriage," completes an all round pvQgmmme. GOOD PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS The EmprosB Theatre is offering a very strong programme of pictures for tonight and tomorrow. The feature of the programme is a four-act Broadway production. "-113,' an interesting and entertaining detective story, featuring .-\nlta Stewart. .lulia Swayne Gordon and Harry: T. Morely. The play is a story of tiie diamond smugglers operating in New York, and in the course of the play some very clever detective' work i.s shown. One of the thrilling' Incidents of the picture is the train wreck; "-ii.'!." the head of a gang of smugglers, and also an engineer, drives a train at the rate of flO miles per hour into an open switch, and the train goes over a fifty-foot embankment; "-413" is killed, and the story ends. Other good pictures include a Mut- DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES Office : : 1163 Office : : 462 Stables : 1664 Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL �t% PER TON CASH.. 9�-> f O NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH 08 Fifth " Street South. $5.25 Phone 632 J) Martins Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Careful and Prompt Service PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mr*. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and .Maternity Home. . Special rates given on application. . 1224 7th ATenus: South. Phone IK's. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Bmbaimar; also agent for'theSomervUle Marble & Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposlto CoiiTi House. Phone 561 Residence 284 ^th Are. S. Phone 1176, Open day and night S. Y. HUR3T, EMBALMER 4 FUNERAL DIRECTOR-803 Srd Are. 8. Phone 1802. Open nigbt and day. �13-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Pijino and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city.. Phone 1168. 125.9 0th Ave. A South. � . PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando' Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North.' ' PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNd, Mus Bac, A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; N'ormai courses, Bo.ston, Mass..; students advanced for'Toronto Conservatory Kxams. A limited amount of teaching done' at pupils' residence. Studio, Room 1. Albeila Loan & Investment BIdg., .^th Street, first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Residence, Y.M.C.A. ' 202-� DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The-Decorators, Paperhangers und Painters; Kalsomluing, General Decprating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest ogta-bliBhed Painters in Lethbrldgo. Res. Phone 1472; olllco phono 1752; Sherlock/Bldg.; Leth-bridge, Alta. . 150-0 THE VALET FRENCH DRY CLEANING & DRESS- INQ-Tho busiest and msjst business-like (Inn of its kind In the city. Turns out work unsurpasBed for liigh class Steam and French Dry Cleaning and Pressing. fMione 1812. Covered rig c^Ha for and d^eljiVMB at. short notU-e.' We are Bpecjal'lsl's -in Chemlciil Dry Cleaning. Opposite Herald oflice. 201-0 MEDICAL OR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physlcloo, Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 126S. OR. McNALL-Y-109 Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Offlco hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye. No�9 and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Pbones: Office S41. Ro-sldence 693. DENl'AL DR. M. i. GIBSON-Dentist, gratluate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons. Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dqntal Certlfloate. Office: Rooms E and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR, L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. CouTtice & ailohrtst>-Graduate University of Ifaryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1166, Lethbrldge, AlU. . 1.70-0 DRS. MARRS AND MARBS-Dentists Successors to Drs. Stewart and -'VIo-Clurc. Hours: 9 to B. Office. Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 874. DR. E. Q. SIMMOND8-Dentist, member, of Royal College of Surg�>ons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collepto ct PhyeicIanB (London.) L.D.a. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8 Illgln-hotham Block. WA.N'Tfcll)-A competent general servant. Apiily 124!> 4th Ave. S. 20n-;! WA.N'TKn-Wonmn to ivork on raiirli at .Milk River; gnoylv Box 4!J Herald ollice. mz-.T LOST-A gold watch, liunti'nR. ' capO'' .tp.,1 cli.iin wiH) .Kry-.f � cl)p(>ridge; initial.s H.,X. engraved ' on bnck. and Feb. \. lOftii qn. luBldo'. i I'-inili-r ptr-.iso return to'I'lbTnld- ofllco" ' and receive reward. L'02-?. LO.S'r---A Kohl joi'kt^ ntitl ch.iin somo-v.l;er(> in the vicinity' of 'fJ.TU Park. Iteward for return to S37 nth St. S. __\_____ _ 202i-'(5 r;' WANTED-Principal (malet wanted for-fUlIcrest .Mines S. D. No. 1!)ir,. holding first or second class Alberta certiflcatiP; also lady assistant witii first or second class certificate, tor term commenoing 23rd inst. Apply, stating qualifications wit.'i references to S. Marshall, secretary-treasurer. HlllcroBl, Albertii. 197- I>OST-(Jne. brown coat containing; a,. * purse and considerable sum of juQliov'; ' I between Lcilibriii^c .-iiul eight mild, lake, on road past Charlie VaivHornV � fi\rin. Kinder please relurn to I.Terald," office and roceive reward. ino-n WA.N'TED - Two experienced lady teachers for two depailmont school at Coalhurst; duties to- commence Sept. Ist. Apply stating experience and cerlitlcntes held to D. .McNeil, Sec.-Treas., Coalhurst. Alta. 194-12 HOBflOIlS AND ATROCITIES OF Til,E GREAT, WAli-Canaria's Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thrilling and heart .stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for rcprpscntallves. Only $1. Big tf-nns. Sample hook free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed of , all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or selling- We are in touch with the best markets., Storage space for rent. , Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112.- - 167-0 WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO-DUCE CO.-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al-falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon arid.C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phono 496, Lothbrldgo, Alberta. 73-() DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET is under supervision of first class cleaners and dyers. Wo are spocialiats in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers to all parts of city. 'Phono 1812.-324 fith St. S., Opp. Herald. WANTED-Men ana women to learn the barber'trade; wages while learning; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Molef Barber Collage, B04-A Centro Street. Calgary, ^ Alta. 299-0 SALE OR EXCHANGE EXCHANGF/-Inside vnctunt propeH.r -for good house, centrally hicatoif. What have you to offer? Apply A'.L., Ilox S34 ('ity. ' �'1119-t;^^; FOri SALE OR 'I'lt-Afll-:-A Wnit^-fni:? engine, engine gan^ plow, Red Kiver Special Sei>aralor and bunk Car, all in good cottditlOB. at Winner. Address .lohnsoiv .Bros.-^, Uo�krord, NUnn. ,:202-4(;., Business Opportunities k; TO RENT-Opera ITouse iit (.'oleman. sealing capacity 400; l)ig'sfhgfc; big dresRiiiR rooms; good .moving, pic-, ture machine and curtain instlilled. Poi)Ulatlon L';!ni). Tenders to ^hn in;(jy"' August 1 ilb. "I'erms, rent in ad-vanct>..'-. Ai)ply to .1. .lohnsitin,' Secretary-Miner's (inion. (loleman. Alfa. � 'itl?-fi � MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE PIANO FOR SALIS-Good condition, cash or terms. .Would consider horse in trade; weight a:hout 1100 lbs. must be quiet. Apply Box 42 Herald. 202-r, MONUMENTS FOR SALE-Set of Dickens and Alex, Duni)is works; also a couple of sets of good novels. Apply I'he Valet, ;i24 6th St. SouUi. 201-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS , WANTED-Good second hand single buggy; must be cheap. Apply stating iiriee to Rox 1 Mernld. 19!)-Ox WANTED-^By youug man, furnished rooms with ' private family. Apply Box 28HeraUl_Ofnce. 201-i; \VA'lri|'-^ V Sail from Fort William at 2 p.m. atwi Port Arthur at 3 p.m. lo'PWIi' jMcNicoll as under: ., j,., S.S. Alberta .........Sundays S.S. Athabaska .......Thursday^';. 'S.6. Assfnlboia'........Tuesdays S.S. Keewatin .......... Fridays, S.S. Manitoba ..........Saturdays '� "^'.',,.: llpoivurrival of steamers at Port Mi;Nlcoll, express train Is run',t,p | Toronto, making connection with trains for nil purtB of Ontario, i Qileboc,..Maritime Provinces, and New Englaiid States. ' �"�I SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIQ.SJ^EAiytaHjP^' Latest and inost Improved life saving apparatus-SilocUil llto' hoab-drill ana abmonslmllon on every trip for information of passengers-Reading lights In every stiileroom-Spacious promenade d'ocit' giving uninterrupted vlow aroiin;�� ' Pacific TIckot.Agent or LETHBRIDQE TICKET OFFICE' AT.'-DEPOT. ,H ;