Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACE TWO LETHBRIDGE _ __1-m_ -_..._. THEATRE-Under New Not "The Silent 1 at his results of German and tireless warship. scusatl.mail or 9 Dnnm of Mys tory-Laub ami forget the Heat-Two Acts of Ya In "Love aii.l S rcniHiiuter of week 2; u who made ,iA REAL LIVE THE MASKED SINGER Cool, Cheerful and Airy TONIGHT In Three Acts FEATURING ANITA STEWART. JULIA SWAYNE GORDON, See the Greatest Railroad Wreck Ever Puf Into Pictures "For the Honor of Bettina" A Two Act Majestic Special THE MUTUAL WAR WEEKLY "Dropius-ton's Devilisli Deed" A Crackerj.ck Keystone Comedy with Chesty ConKHn. COMING WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "THE REWARD" with Bessie. Barriscolc PAY D'AY. DON'T FORGET AUGUST 16th AT THE ORPHEUM THEATRE The following Three Screamingly Tunny SKETCHES .will be staged for the benefit of the I. 0. B. 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 H1NCKS AND MR, FRANK WADDINGTON. Between the sets an excellent progrirnme has been arranged, to which the following gentlemen'hive kindly consented to contribute: ..'MR GE'O. E. FLEMING; MR. HAROLD COOPER; MR. WILLIS MR. RUBELITZSKY (Violin.) Tickets are by the Daughters of the Empire, the members of the Nursing Mission Board and Local Drug Stores. 75c and 50c each 'DON'T MISS THIS EVENING OF FUN AND ENJOYMENT. Tonight PARAMOUNT FEATURE IN. TheGovernorVLady A RUSTIC COMEDY Down on the Farm Princess Hassan IN For the Honor of a Woman TWO ACTS Tomorrow WILLIAM ELLIOT IN "When We Were THE FINAL EPISODE OF THE "BLACK BOX" STARLAND The Laskey-Belaeco production, "The Governor's screened at Starland last night, was a huge suc- cess. Edith Wynn Msthisoa, as the domesticated" wife, was at her. very best, in .the strong, force- fulV.acting that the character called for, .while the supporting cast, in- cluding James Neil, Theodore Rob- erts and Mary Allison, assisted very materially in the success of the pres- entation. Jn "for the Honor of a a two-act epfsoae of the "Princess Has- san series, many unique features are introduced, chief among them being the sand storm on the Egyptian de- iert. TUown on the a western comedy, supplied one thousaad laughs. This .programme will be repeated to night, -and -tomorrow- night the fea- tues will he the Paramount special "When We Were and the final episode of "The Black Box." "413" AT THE EMPRESS IS .GOOD PICTURE Eight reels of excellent pictures were presented at the Empress last acts, with entirely new scenery and costumes, which will more than sur- prise those who see ihera, "The Mat- inee gives every, member of this company an opportunity to shine, and incidentally gives the chorus an opportunity to display some strikingly handsome gowns, -as well "fis Esrno dainty little suits of different kinds and colors. Everybody should take advantage of the exceptional opportunity afford- ed them of seeing real first-class mus- ical comedy at popular prices. AT THE ORPHEUM Mr. G. E- Fleming.will begin his engagement at the Orpheum tonight. The eyes of the world are centred on the horrible and mysterious gases used bv the Germans in the present war. "The -Silent is written on this terrifying theme. The wire- less boat that is propelled, its guns iired. and, in fact, all its activity controlled by wireless, is shown in this up-to-the-minute war p'tcture. Come and hear the masked singer, the human mystery. Another good comedy copletes the bill, and with the Orpheum orchestra in good music and surprises, make the programme one of the "oest the Orpheum have ever shown. Coupons for the diaond ring are iven away with each ticket purchas- ed. Save them, you might be lucky. The I.O.D.E. are holding a patriotic performance in the Orpheum on Mon- day, August 16. Next Sat. and Mon. August 14th-16th The La Salic Musical Company AND j'ALENTED SUPPORTING COMPANY INCLUDING EARL FLYNN, ALICE RAYMOND, RAYMOND RIPLEY, NELLIE' MCLAUGHLIN AND THE FAMOUS i La Salle Theatre Beauty Chorus IN SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT The Matinee Girl A Musical Cocktail in Two Acts and Four Scones MONDAY NIGHT "Fascinating Flora" A Musical Dancing Festival in Two Acts SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30. SEATS OX SALE TOMORROW AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. WAN ADS I'll ask thousands of peo- ple If they-havo found tho heirloom or jewel that you, have' lost.. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOGK Lawyer (U.S.) and Patent. Attorney. 15 .years' experience Canada and U. S. ly patented, Tradp Murks mid Do- signs registered; infringement' and. validity searches. Evidence eil In italfiiit for counsel. Write- fur' inlunmiUoh. Export witness In pMtnt suUs. Pa't- ents obtained In all countries.. 99' St" James Street, Montreal. TO RENT The vary flrat thing to do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, Is to send word to tho Wants. KOH house, elec'rrlo. liKht and witter; hen house: 'surden; S10.00 per mouth: also per Mrs-.- N.____.. rooms'Tiil modern house, very centrally Light housekeeping facilities cd. Apply TO modern cottage. No. 1607 7tll 'Ave. S., 5 rooms aud .bath-, room, 515.00 per month. Apply Ar- thur Hayr, 1516-7th Ave. S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE BOW ISLAND SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. Holmef graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortao. piedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics cs! and Therapeutic 'Electrolysis and Snam- poctag Treatments given if nointment only. Room 1. qui- McKEE-Jfedical. Surgical, Oh- sretrical Nurse, New a 5th St. S. Phona 12So. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Bouth. Phone 746. ______ UNDERTAKING S Funeral Director and Kmbalmer; alio agent for the SomervlUe Marble t. Gran ti Works, ot.Calgary. -Offlce opposite Cbu; House. Phooe 561 Resi- dence 284 7th Are. 3. Pnone Open day and night _______ DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Torcito, and holder, of a. Dominion Dental Certiflcate. OfHce: Rooms C and 6, Bryan Block. Phona 1071. DR. L. T. (inceessar to Dra. Courtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone S Y. HUOST, EMBALMER '4 FUN- ERAL 3r4 a Phcue 1802. Open nisbt W. PIANO TUNING Bow'Island, Aug. M. Milroy, manager oi the Union Bank here who has been on a trip to the Peace Riv- er Country lor about a month, turned home on Saturday. Mr. Wil-j son who was in charge oi the bant during his absence, has returned to Seven Persons. Elmer Garrison, a former Bow Island boy, who enlisted with a Cal- ittalion for active service, G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- our" Certificate MT. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. _____. tlie feature on the pro- ot the "at MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. in New Many interesting scenes are enacted, and the scene snowing the train wreck is the most startling ,ever filmed. "413" proves to be a Tiig diamond merchant, and also tho head of a gang of smuggiero. "For the Honor of is the name of a true-to-life two reel pic- ture. The story shows how easily young girls in led astray. a large city may he Sid Chaplin IE seen to good advan- itage in a good Keystone, "Droping- toh's Devilish Deed." A Mutual War Weekly shows many interesting war enes. This excellent programme will be repeated tonight. Patrons' pay-day will be put on tonight, also. Every- one visiting the Empress tonight will be paid in actual cash. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cinful and Prompt FAMOUS MUSICAL COMEDY CO. TO PLAY AT MAJESTIC A treat in the musical comedy line is in store for the people of this city on Saturday and Monday next, when the La. Sal'ie Musical Comedy Co., di- rect from the La Salle Theatre, Chi- cago, who have for the past four weekc beea fulfilling an engagement in Calgary, will give two of their pro- ductions in this- city at the Majestic Theatre. For the 'firat presentation they wilt give "Fascinating a delight- ful, breezy, little musical comedy in two acts, lasting about I wo hours, and as full of fun as a barrel of monk- eys, and with as pleasing musical numbers as have ever been sung in Lethbridge, all of which will bo put over in a style that is rarely seen on the local stage. There are also some entirely new dances, which will be given in I'eal first-class Htyle by Mr. Earl Flynri, and his dainty little part- ner, Miss Netty .McLaugb'ln, late of ''The Passing Show." On 'Monday evening only they will present "The Mitlnec another of their best productions, set in'two Altorado for a few days. He return- ed to Calgarj' Saturday night. G. R. Cpllard, Bow Island man, has returned -ib Bow Island from w'here' he" has been buying vie .pear pie for the Iast-3. have charge oi their.elevator here... The dancexat'i'-Rosemgnt' school .n Friday night was being a large numberVpreselit- frcm Bow Island and Winniire.d, Among visitors in town Saturday' were 'Ja.ck A. L Hoer, J.'IV. R.'S: Carl Meer add. C. Orectt George Ridgctlale o! the Myrtle hotel, motored to Irvine and return- ed on Saturday. He was accompanied by F. Sick of Lethbridge. L. Coates Credit Men's Trust Association, -is, a bsui- ness visitor in town. Workmen are now busy putting the Alberta Pacific elevator, in shape to handle the Immense crop which, will be harvested here this fall. Archie Hoaglin, w.ho has been in Buttc, Montana, for the past three months, returned to Bow Island Sun- day morning, .and.'States he is glad to'get back, V Mrs. Oeorge Bruce and Mrs. Albert Whitney and Children are camping at the river for a short time. Messrs. Gage and Jenkins have just returned from fjaskatchewan! where they have been shipping their, thresh- ing'outfit to How Island ;-tb' help thresh the big crop. Harold Bcattie who has been at home for a few days returned to Cal- irsry on, Friday last. A. ElVL'YN SMITH PHOTOQRAPHER STUPJQl, 906-Third Avenge Soutfc, APPOINTMENTS MABEl------ PIANO TUITION' PUPILS FOR Kmy, 1401 7th Avenue North.: PIANO, VOICE, AND. .THEORY H. McO. YOUNG, Mus Bac., A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; 'students advanced for Toronto Con- servalory Exams. A limited amount ...of. teaching, done, .at, pupilB' resi dence. Studio. Room Loan Investment Street, Brst door sbutli .Theatre -'Residence, DECORATING' WELLINGTON 013, Panel-hangers aria Painters; Kalsbmining, and Sign given The oldest established Painters Lethbridgc. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phone 1752, Sherlock ;Leth bridge, Alta. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. ilours p.m. Office 914 Third Ayenue. Phone 1353. OR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours Offlca Phone 318; Residence 1090. OP. Bye, Note and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Offlce hours evenlngB br ap- pointment Phones: Office 341. Re- sidence 593. DENTAL 1165, Lethbridge, Alts. 170-rO DRS. MAHHS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and AJc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Offloe, His- inbotham Block. Phone S74. DR. E. G. mem- ber ot Royal Collsge of Sury-.onf, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Kigin- hotham Block. HAY, GRAIN, PEED BALED HAY AND of ail kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing- are in touch with the best markets- Storage space for rent- Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders- 1244. P. 0. Box 112. Phone WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and itetail Dealers in ill kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran Feed. M. McAfahon and C. M' ind A.ve. Souti: Phone Alberta- DYEING AND CLEANING THE 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. 1AMAWAHIM: ,t, J51i, Ot f (treat MUST Bt PAID IN'ADVANCE. 25 VVoriis, 25 cents an Insertion. Insertions (or the price of Four. .SITUATIONS VACANT to work on ranch at '.Milk River; good wages. Apply Mrs. T. B. Tc'nnant, Room. 37, Alex- andra Hotel between 4 and 5 o'clock. WANTED Married man. no children, wants steady work on good farm; has practically no experience, hut not particular about wages; wants to ac- quire good knowledge of farming Write, stating full particulars in first letter, to L. Buncly, Cranbrook, B.C. first class blacksmith in a small town either to rent tho shop and tools or 'buy outright. Good opportunity for a man to establish TO fully modern "7 Tft'oth house, No. If.th, St. N.. between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Apply (n Mrs. It. Burgess. 423" llth St. or 414 13IU St. S. per month. TO a good room with all modem convenience's, steam shower baths, plunge, etc., apply. Y. II. C. A.________________.. TO on ear line, with telephone connection; 510 per GIG 10th st. 103-ox LOST AND FQUJS7D silk coat, between 'Unit- son's nay. Fourth street and ,1'purtlx ave.: 55.00 leave at 719 4th ayo.vS. gold watch on Henderson Lake bridge; initials R. N. engraved oil back, and-i'Bli. mi Inside. Finder please return to Herald onlcn and receive gold locket and chain some-. in the vicinity of G-alt PnrK., Reward for return to 837 6th St. brown coat containing a; purse and considerable sum of money, himself Apply Box 49 Herald office. between Letnbrlrtge ami eight mllo ake on road past Charlie VanHnrn's 'arm. Finder please return to Herald office and receive reward. "SALE OR EXCHANGE 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, Alta. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representative. Only SI. Big terms. Sample hook free. Winston Company; Limited; Toronto._______ ana women to learn the'barber trade: wages' while learn- Ine; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogs free. Molar Harbor College, 60i-A Centra Street, Calgary. Alta. SITUATION WANTED as housekeeper or companion for married lady by young "English woman; thoroughly domesticated; good cook, and needle- woman; fond .of children; experienc- White, Bank of Commerce, ed; Mas MISCELLANEOUS EOR SALE PIANp FOR condition, cash, or terms, consider horse In trade; height about 1100. tbs. must be quiet. Apply-Box 42 Herald. 302-l> FOR of Dickens and Alex. Dumas a couple of sets of good novels. Apply The Valet, 324 ith St. South. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS young couple, furnish ed Box 20, Herald. 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. THE VALET L.j FRENCH DRY CLEANING DRESS- busiest and most busi- ness-like firm of its kind in the city. Turns 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 Herald office. AUCTIONEER W. A. HENDERSON C.OY. Lethbridge Me'di'cln, ..Hit Wlnnlpea Chartered AccountantB Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad-, vlaory, .gystomatlzloi, r, and Trust Work, tigations, '--.1 AcadK Hulldina, Resident AcoounUnf W. L. WILSON, Llcennd Auctioneer, All kinds of salen conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. lots of of merchandlab purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at. the Wilson Furniture .Co., 416 13th St. North Leth.bridg'e, Prone 1023. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phono 1717 and shoes will called for and delivered. Anto Livery HENDERSON Llv ery. Phone 588. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for fl.OO. All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer for Carlylo Brawl Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, M seconiPhand single Apply stating buggy; must bo cheap. ____ nrin? to Box 1 Herald. young man, furnished room with private family. Apply Box 28 Herald Office. vacant property.- or good house, centrally looatedr Whal have you to offer? AppIy.-A.U, Box S34 City. FOR SALE OR Harl.-P.a-rr engine, engine sans plow, Red River Special Separator and bunk car, all in good condition, at-Warner.. Ad- dress Johnson Hros., Rockfqrd.'Minn.. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS O'CLOCK' P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DEL'iVERED.-BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN. SERTION THE SAME; DAY-AS DRAYING Of Ml :Einrls Western Transfer Liinitcrt P. R. Freight PHONES t Office Office Stables 1.163 482 1664 Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO TONS. CASH CANADIAN GREATLAKES Steamship Service Express -s< Sal from Fort William at 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port t MeNicoll as under: r i S.S. Alberta1 .Sundays S.S. At.habaski i, fttiursdays S.S. Fridays S.S. Manitoba'..........Saturdays Uc-n arrival or steamers at Port JIcNicoll, cxpress.'t'raihi'js mhjto Toronto, making connection willi trains for all parts ot Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, and Now England States.1 SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN SJEAMSHIPS Latest anil. improved lite saving life boat drill and demonstration on every trip for inrorrnalipr! of pafisen- lt ggrs__Redding lights in every promenade deck giving uninterrupted view arouud constant wireless communication with all parts or thp. bulletins giving latest world's news regularly Vtternoorr 'tea Steamers pass through the Islands'oi the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST Train connecting these sleamsliips leaves Lethbridge two days prior to-arriving in time for passengers to :obtaln breakfast on steamer. For tickets, berths and other information, apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Ajent oc LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT.