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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TUB 1- ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY; AUGUST' THEATRE OF SURPRISES! IT'S COOL QUALITY NOT QUANTITY two really 1'unny (i. TO-NIGHT Harry C. Willis and Jerry and The Mechanical "Ec Joi William Elliott in "When We Were Twenty-one" Five Acts Last episode of "The Black Box" TO-NIGHT The New York Motion Picture Co. Presents (Bessie Barriscale in "THE REWARD" A wonderful Master Picture. A picture that makes your blood tingle from the introduction to the end of reel four. You'll take a long breath and be glad that the world is full of red-blooded men and good women. A Thos. Ince Feature in Four Acts. VIVIAN RiCH and Splendid Cast in 'THE POET OF THE PEAKS" Two Parts SID CHAPLIN, the Fur.ny Comedian, "CAUGHT IN THE PARK" A Keystone Scream from Start to Finish. Chapter 'THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY- N THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DIST- RICT OF LETHBRIDGE. "THE REWARD' EMPRESS "The featuring the great actress, Bessie Barriscale, appeared at the Empress last night, and those saw this picture were all agreed that it was one of the best seen at the Empress for some time. MIsp Barris- cale is seen to good advantage In the part of a chorus girl, who is living straight. She has many temptations, but eventually gains liappiness. The story is written around just such life as is witnessed by some leading "men about town" in their capers and fancies. A strong moral lesson is brought out in the play, and should he seen by every man, woman and child in the city. Other good pictures balance up the programme so well that it makes the Empress programme for tonight a good one, and should aot be" overlooked gains to the movies tonight. Tomorrow night the second inntal- ment of "The Diamond From the Sky" be shown. A short lynopeis will appear in tomorrow's Herald. WILLIAM ELLiOjTT AT STARLAND IB the Puftjnouat production, "When We "Were screened at Transfer Phone1386 Cartful aut.Ewivt Senfet BRAYING Of A-ll Kinds Office Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Shedt. PHONE6 Office Office Stable: 1163 462 1664 MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses Starland last night, William Elliott, the youngest of the American stars, was seen at his best as the wayward hoy. The various characters, espe- cially Dick Carew and "the Firefly." were superli, and one of the most magnificent and striking settings IN THE MATTER OF THE WIND- ING.UP ACT. CHAPTER 44 OF i THE REVISED STATUTES OF I CANADA, AND AMENDMENTS "THERETO. AND IN THE MAT- TER OF THE BENTLEY COM- PANY LIMITED. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE is hereby given that, pur- Isuant to Order of His Honour John [A. Jackson. Local Judge ot the Su- i preme Court made in the matter of :ihe above cause on July -Sth. 1915, the creditors of the BenUey Co., Lira- iited, in lUiuiJiuiou. are. on before I ihe 1st t'.ny of September A.D. '.SLo. .'required to" send in iheir names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, ihe nature and amount of security (if any) held by j them respectively, with the valuation! j tiiereof on oath, as reejuired by the! 62nd section of the Act! together with the names and ad- j dresses 01" tlieir Solicitors iif any) J 10 the LIrttish Canadian Trust Com- pany of Lethbridge. Alberta, Liqui- dator for The Benilej- Company, Limited. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after the said 1st day of Sep- tember 1915, the British Canadian Trust Company, the Liquidator here- in, will proceed 10 distribute the as- i sets of the said Sentley Company irCTIP mHULU Mil Next Sat. and Mon. August 14th-16th The lLa Salic flrtisioal Comedy Company ;'_ PRESENTS, 'AND TALENTED SUPPORTING COMPANY INCLUDING EARL F'LYN'N. ALICE RAYMOND, RAYMOND RIPLEY, NELLIE MCLAUGHLIN AND THE FAMOUS La Salle Theatre Beauty Chorus IN SATURDAY 'MATINEE AND NIGHT "The Matinee Girl" A Musical Cocktail in Tyyo Acts and .Four Sconet MONDAY NIGHT "Fascinating Flora" A Musical Dancing Festival In Two Acts SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES 50c. BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30. SEATS OX SALE AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS aciores. British Canadian Trust Company. Liquidator of the Bentley Company Limited. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE tiiat the Itiih day of September 1915. .it the hour of 11 a.m. before a Judge The Mechanical a new line j m chambers at the Court House in City of Leihbrldge, is fixed as time and place for adjudicating The final episode of "The Black j Box" unravelled ail the mysteries in j which the large following of this ser- j ial have been kept spellbound for weeks. of comedy, originated by I the jmething entirely new, and I the supplied soi the Eclair Journal was brimful of war news. This bill will he repeated Upon the1 said debts or claims. CLEAN MUSICAL COMEDY The Majestic theatre will be t: mecca for all lovers of good, clean, wholesome musical comedy on Satur- j day and Monday next, w'hea the La j Salle Musical Comedy company, di- rect from Chicago, will present or their most successful offerings, "Fascinating which will given at the matinee on Saturday and Saturday evening, and "The Matinee at the Monday per- formance. "Fascinating is an up-to- date musical performance set in two j acts the first being the garden scene of Mrs. AstorbUt's home, and the second the interior of a fashionable David H. Liquidator. Approved: Ad No. H. Elton, Solicitor for the J. A. JACKSON ocal Judge of the Supreme Court. MASSAGE GUPcRFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- MiM K.M. graduate ol the Pennsylvania .Orino- psdic Institute, Medical and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Treatments. Elostrolv.-is and Su pooing Treatments givec Or pointment only __ L. F. McKE-Medical. Surgical. Ob- address boo stetrical Nurse.. Sew oili St. S. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE .HOSPITAL Mrs- VM Haarlem's Private .Hospital and Maternity Home. .Special SIT- CD on application. 7th Avenue South. Phbnfe 746., UNDERTAKING TO CREDIT- ORS AND CLAIM- ANTS IN THE ESTATE OF THOMAS ERNEST LOWTHER, LATE OF THE CITY OF PORT AR- THUR, ONTARIO. LA- BORER, DECEASED hotel at the verr are "Spark of a summer resotfc. Among pleasing musical numbers NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the late Thomas Ernest Lowiher who died on the 2lJth day of August A.D. inw, are required to and "Dream Girl." Notable in tie cast which vis- jt here are Billy Gross, the versatile has won much praise for himself wherever. he has appeared i i'a owing to his inimitable [un-maKing abilities; ilr. Earl Flynn, .and charmhlg partner Miss Netty Mc- Laughlin, a well-known vaudeville pair, Miss Alice Raymond Ripley, one of Chicago's most beautiful young prima itfonnas, with as sweet a voice as- one. cciild wish to hear, and Mr. Raymond Ripley, the hand- some young juvenile inan, who is sure captivate the hearts of the peo- ple of this city. send to the undersigned Administra- tor of iiis Estate by the 14th day of September, 1015, a full statement duly verified of their claims and any securities held by them and that ate the Administrator will assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto. having regard only lo the claims of which notice has been so filed or brought to its knowledge. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory expedience. Hon- ours Certificate. JIT. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Mi Ave. A South. COUNTRY STORE AT ORPHEUM custom set hy the Orpheum qfd management, the new manager .of the Orpheum has decid- ed to continue the usual country store on Thursday nights. The coun- try store will be on tonight with ha fuil list of the many usual presents that are given away. DATED this 26th day of July, 1915. THE TRUSTS GUARAN- TEE COMPANY, LIMITED, Administrator. 220 Eighth Avenue West. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 11. A. HOWARD, Manager. Shepherd. Dnnlop Rice, Barristers, Solicitors, .etc., Lethbridge, Alberta. Ad No G Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY "Called a four-reel feature, is the- main .film on the programme. !E >'ou wish- T11C lani1 wm support tnd the' picture' is .certainly a good i'ou and pay for itself. An immense one, and one "that can be recommend-1 "rea of the most fertile land in West- 'eel without any exaggeration what- ern Canada for sale at low prices and of every description made to order. Get our and 'SEE OUR WORK .BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental uri Cut Stone Works ever. The, .audience was more than pleased comedies that pwtjre_shovni. "Alkali and "N'early a' are true laugh getters. Mr. George Fleming, the popular local .baritone singer, .was greatly' enjoyed. GET JUDGMENT FOR .HALF MILLION DOLLARS Aug. the British Columbia appeal court today. Mcliwee- Brothers, contractors, of Denver, Cold., won their appeal for half a million dollars judgment ag- ainst Messrs. Foley, Welch Stew- art, contractors for the Rogers Pass Itmnel, The plaintiffs sued for 000 damages, alleged to have accrued to them through-breach of contract in I building the. great-Pacific tunnel and prospective .profits. The trial judge j in the appeal'court allowed them on-! 1y and dismissed the remain-: der of their claim. The appeal court, today added approximately half a: niUHon dollars to the judgment: J easy terms, ranging from to for farm lands with ample irrigated lands from One-twentieth down. hulaTice within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY...... ALTA. OR WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge T S Funeral 'Director and Embalmar: also agent the Somsrville Marbla Granite Works, of Calgary; Office opposite rourt House. Phone 561 1ence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. day and night. S. V. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd 3. phone 1S03. Onen nlzht iiay. PIANO TUNING PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Key, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNG, M'u's A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; students advanced for Toronto Con- servatory Exams.'A limited amount of teaching done at ampHs' resi- dence.-Studiu, Room 1, Alberta Loan fc Inveslnient Bidg., 5lh Street, first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Residence, V.JI.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat ors, Paperliangere and Painters; Kalsomining. General .Decorating and Sign Writing. Batimates given. The oldest established -Painters, in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office nhnnn 1752. Sherlock Bidg., Leth- bridge, Alta. SIEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours Office Thone SIS; Residence 1090, Of, Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bidg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Fhonee: Office 241. Re- fiidence 533. DENTAL DR. M. j. grajuats of Royal College of Dental Burgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Omoe: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. to Coartlca ft uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DR8. VARRb AND SucceBsors to Drs. Stewart and Mo Clure, Hours: to 5. Office. aUj- lubotham Block. Phone 174. DR. E. G. SIM mem ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (London.) LJXS. 1900. Hours: 9-18; 1-6. botham Block. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith; Mrs. J. B. 4, Dominion Block. Consultation and spiral an- alysis given free. Adjustments at your home by appointment. Hours 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire tor ciuotations 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. 0. Box 112. WESTERN HAY. 6RAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClcnaghan, 2nd South; Phono 496. Lethbridge. Alberta- DYEING AND CLEANING 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. P-hone 444, beside Fire Hall. WANTADS ff' I'll ask thousands of pit, If they have -found thi heirloom or jewel that you have lost. The very first thing to do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, Is to send word to the Wants. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCQCK Lawyer (U.S.) nnd Registered Patent ALtornoy. 15 years, in. Canada nnd U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trade Marks aild Do- signs registered; infringement and validity searches. Kvidenco collect- ed In suits. Reports pronardtt for counsel. Write for Intormatiou. Export witness in patent cults. PaK' ents obtained In air countries. 33 St. James Street, Montroal. TO KENT, FOR house, cioctrln light anil water: lien huuijp; garden; j S10.00 per inontli1; also -i-ronm house, JJS.OO per Mm. Hoyle, 'ITDK (Jth ave. N. G.. TO furnished rooms-in-- modern house, very centrally located.- Light housekeeping facilities un-antf cd. Apply SII3 6th Ave. S. TO modem cottage. No. 1607 7th Avo. S., B rooms and bath-. room, 516.00 por month. Apply Ar- UiurJIayr, _1510 Jthjlvc. S. TO fully modern 7 roonV' house, No. 333 15th St. N.. Snl and 4lh Avenues. Apply to.Mrs: R. Burgess, 423 llth St. or 414 13th St. S. S14 per month. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, cenw an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT Woman to work on ranch at .Milk Itiver; good wages. Apply Mrs. T. E. Tennant, Room 37, Alex- andra Hotel between 4 and a o'clock. TEACHER months for Sunalta S. D. No. 2504; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience acd salary expected. .las. P. Metheral, Mia. secy.-treas., Foremost, girl for general housework on farm. Good wages. Ap- nlv .Mrs. Jno. Davidson, Phone Rural 200. in private fam- ily, comfortable 'board.' phone every convenience, two blocks from post office. Apply Box 30 Her- ald office. 30IV-4. TO a good room with all modem conveniences', steam; 'heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y: ._______ TO room, on car line with telephone connection; 510 per 616 10th st. 103-ox LOST AND FOUND sniail silver mesli hag cnn- mining a sum of-money. Reward for return to Herald lil'o complete; for- Ford car lietween LetlibridKe Hotel Kipn. Finder kindly hricige Hotel._________ 205 once, competent maid. ___--------------------, Apply .Mrs. B. B. FleminR. Xo. 4 roaajnare, nrandecT con- Stratiicona j nected DV anil wife anil two men; men must be experienced farm- ers able to milk, and woman for gon- erai housework. State nationality and expected to Phone 210, Stavcly, Alta., or Box OS Stavely. man, no vants steady work on good farm: has practically no experience, but not particular about wages; wants to ac- good knowledge of Write, statiiis full particulars in first etter, to L. Btintly, Cranbrook, B.C. ATtirst class blacksmith small town .either to rent the shop and tools or :buy outright. Good opportunity for, a man to establish tilmsclf. .Apply, Box 43 Herald office. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sons at theiforefront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring boolc ever written. Going like wiidfice. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. Big terms.'.Sample .b.ook free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ail a women to letim the barber trade; wages while learn- ing; furnished, graduates tnake big money. Catalogue freo. Moler Barber College, S04-A C'entro Street, Calgary. Alta. SITUATION .WANTED as housekeeper or companion for married lady' by young English thoroughly domesticated; good co'ok, and needle- font! of children; experienc- .Miss White, Bank of Commerce, Champion, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS young couple, furnish- ed Box 20, Herald. THE VALET FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYE-' ING busiest and the most business-like firm of its kind in the city. Turns out work unsur- passed for high class Steam, and French Dry Cleaning. Phone 1812. Covered rig calls Cor and delivers at short notice. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Opposite Herald office. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDloT 906 Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Lethbridge Medicln, Hat Winnipeg Chariarcd Accountancy in all Its Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidationa, Acadia Building, Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartfirwi Accountant AUCTIONEER WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, AH kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise parchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnishou houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethhridse, Prone 1023. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Ayenue S. Phone 1717 shoes will .be called for and delivered. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE.-Auto Liv- ery. Phone 588. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for 11.00. All disease germs unimpaired. Ask vour Grocer for Carlylo Brand Dairy iititlcr. CJrystal Dairy, Phone 1576. second hand single buggy; Apply stating nriro to Rox'l young mail, furnished room witiV private 'family. Apply Box JS Ifwuld Office. over P connected HA nit right shoulder. reward for return to K. A. Wynn, Coutts, Alta. S' gold locket and chain some-., where In the vicinity of Call Park..: Reward for return to 837 tith St. S. FOR SALE OR engine, engine gang plow', Red River Special Separator and hunk car, all in good condition, at Warner. Ad.-, dress Johnson Bros., Rocliford, Minn. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR h.p. gasoline, traction.. engine and John Deere engine Will take live stock or threshing and plowing in payment. Also have .foj1. sale a few good youngj milk edwa. W II Pawson, Coaltlalo. Phono Rural 207. PIANO FOR condition, casll or terms. Would 'consider horse in trade; weight about 1100 His. must be quiet. Apply Boy 42 HeralH. 202-lj; FOR Dickens and Dumas works; also a of 'good novels. Apply The Valet, 324 6th St. South. LAND FOR SALE FOil acres close to, rail- road: 120 acres broken, 75 in 15 in good well, small-, buildings, crop and all goes.'tbr sale" Price 52800. About SMO casll-: will handle It. A'pplj' T; M. Huff, Room 10 Alberta Block, 204-TJ Pony Express and Transfer NUT PER TON CASH.. NUT TWO TONS, .CASH ..-'..J- CE. AC- CANADIAN PACIFIC pREAT LAKES J Steamship Express Sail from Fort Hvilliam at 3 p.m. and Port Arthur 'at '3 'f.m. to Port iMcNiuoil as under1. S3 Alberta S.S. AMlnibola .......Sundays S.S.- .'Thursdays ...Tuesdays S.S. Keew'atln S.S. Manitoba ..........Saturdays Upon arrival' of steamers at Port JlcNlcoli; express'train'is run to Toronto making connection with trains for all parts of ..Ontario, Quebec Maritime Provinces, and Now England States.-...... SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN and most improved life saving drill and-domonstratioii on every trip for .infprmatfon lights 'in every nromcliads-.- deck'giving uninterrupted vlew'artuad consMnt wireless communication with all parts of the bulletins giving: latest world's news regularly afternoon tea Steamers-pass tlirouglObe, Islands-of the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL Train connecting with these stearosliins Cleaves; two days prior to arriving Fort William in time to pbtaln breakfast on steamer. For and other Information, apply to-any'.Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDSE ;