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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta nRPHFlIM-Feature Niffht--8 VJIVl 13, 1915; THEATRE OF SURPRISES IT'S COOL V 1.EL A t Ai-her Latlv Nestor Comedy "Out of theTrying; raii'-'-latigh WAR TONIGHT AT THE REVOLUTION In Three AcU Adapted from the novel "A King's Romanoo" Nestor Comedy "WHEN HUBBY GOT JEALOUS" Francis Ford in THE DOORWAY OF DESTRUCTION Two Acts HARRY C. WILLIS AND JERRY AND SARAH, A PlamrUtJ Xomoitlic Neofl WHO GETS THE DIAMOND? You'll be on pins and ttetditi as tens of thou- uads Aoio if encfi. Brimnil of The puniest, finest thread of senu- nwnt runs through this PhotopUy It earned first prize, in the re- car.tphotopUycontcEi. Don't nuns a single EPISODE. Remember tilt you offered 91O.OOO for a SuggacBon for a sequel to this otoplty. Soe Pickford, Irv. now EMPRESS TONIGHT "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" Second Chapter, "An Eye For An starring Lottie Pick- ford, Irving Cummings and Wm. Russell. Fatty's Reckless Fling, and From Patches to Plenty Fealuring Rosco of the greatitt Keystones ever shewn in Lethbridge. Many Other Good Pictures TRANSPORTING TROOPS AT DARDANELLES BIG SHOW AT MAJESTIC Direct from iho footlights of.ihe Saile Theatre. Chicago, "Fascinating Flora" :imt "The Matinee two of Chicago's latest musical hits. pro-. ritired hy die La SaHe Musical Com- edy Co.. will be the attraction at the Majestic Theatre, on Saturday, Aug- j ust 14. and .Monday, August 16. the former piece being given twice on 'Saturday, and the latter at the Mon- day evening performance only. The entire La Salle Co., carving their own scenic artist, wardrobe mistress, drummer and musical director are to produce these two -pieces in exactly the same manner iu which they were sriven at from all reports Lethbridee is" due for a real treat in the musical comedy "DIAMOND THEi! SKY" AT THE EMPRESS "An Etyc for ati Eye.71 is the title of the second instalment of "The Dia-1 mond From the shown at the1 Empress tonight and tomorrow. Three years later Hagar steals the Colonel's'little daughter. Esther, who has been reared in secret. She also obtains possession of "The Diamond From the and some valuable documents. When -Esther is grown, Hagar returns to Virginia with her. She ask? Dr. Lee to adopt Esther, as had originally been the Colonel's plan. Dr. Lee agrees, but demands UK ICCTIP Next Satand Mon. BiHuEDlIb August 14tb-16th The La Salic Musical Comedy Company PRESENTS AND TALENTED SUPPORTING COMPANY INCLUDING EARL FLYNN, 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 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.' "7 SEATS ON SALE NOW AT IIEDLEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE Hagar return "The Diamond SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. Helm" graduate of the Pennsylvania pjedic Institute. Medical and Gymnastics cal Vibratory and Therapeutic 1 Jini Treatments, Electrolysis and pcolns Treatmenta given Botatment only. Picture shows a boat oad of troops being landed on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula, from a transport. The landing is made under the fire o( the warships. DON'T FORGET AUGUST 16th AT THE ORPHEUM 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 Simnadtis" PARTS SUSTAINED BY MR. AND MRS. LIONEL ASQUITH, MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND MR. FRANK ?rVADDlNGTON. Between the acts an excellent programme has been arranged, to which'the following gentlemen have kindly conienteo1 to contribute: MR. CEO. E. FLEMING; MR. HAROLD WILLIS 'MR. Tlekau are beinj aold-by the Daughters of the Empire, the of'tht Nural'nj Minion Board and Local Drug Stores. 75c and i DON'T'MISS EVENINO OF FUN AND ENJOYMENT. From ;hs" Sky." Arthur Stanley is Higate. but his love for Esther ef- fects a reform. Blair, supposedly Ar- thur's cousin, also ioves Esther. Blair accidentally sees "The Diamond Prom the in Dr. Lee's study. He en- deavors to steal the diamond.aud in doing so kills Dr.-Lee. Escaping, he meets Arthur. tt-o good Keystones appear on the programme, featuring Fatty Arbuck'le. This is all ihe recommendation need- ed for ihe Keystones, with Fatly play- ing the leading part, iaugluns is as- sured. "THE REVOLUTION" An eceptionally strong bill wil'l be shown at Starland tonight and tomor- j row, the feature attraction of which will be the three-act drama, "The Re- an adaptation from the fa- mous novel "A King's written by E. Vivian Edmonds and Mary Austin. The court scenes, set- tings and costumes, combined with an all-star cast, will make this fea- ture one to be long remembered af- ter being seen. Francis Ford, America's leading screen character actor, v-'iii be seen in a two-act military spectacular sen- sation. "The Doorway of Destruc- tion." Among the many subjects of inter- est to be shown in the Universal Weekly, the funeral of Aviator Lieut. Warneford, who destroyed a Zeppe'iin single-handed, and Harry K. Thaw will be the chief features of. interest. "When Hubby Got a Nes- tor comedy, will contain a thousand laughs, and Harry C. Willis will'as- sist materially with "Jerry" and "Sarah." Special children's matinee tomor- row. L. F. McKEE-Mcdical, Surgical Ob- stetrical 5th St. S. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mia. Vu H.arlem'8 PrKate Ho.ptt.1 .Maternity Home. Special itt- en on application, 1224 South. Phone1 746. UNDERTAKING T S Funeral 'Director and Bmbalmer; also the Marbio fe Gran.it. Works, of Calgary. Office opposite rJourt House. Phons 561 Rest -ience 284 7tlf AVe. S. Onen day and night. Phone 1116. G. H. CR1PF5, EXPERT TUN'BR- Player-Piano and Orgtn Repairer; 20 years factory eiperience. Hon- cure Certiflcate MT. ASBn.. London. England. Reference to the musicians of tne city. Phpn. 1168. 1253 6tb Aye. A South.'___________ AT THE ORPHEUM Tonight and Saturday are feature nights at the Orpheum. Grace Wash-, burn in "When It Strikes is the boat feature we have ever shown. The winners of last night's prizes are allowed to keep their coupons for tlis diamond, to be given away on August 21. Tomorrow is "children's whan a'i! children will' receive candy. "Out of the Frying a .Nestor comedy, with Eddie Lyons, is up to their standard in clever comedy. Mexican war feature, z drama that is 'exceptional. arid "His Lady Friend" is one'of the best com- edies we've shown. Mr. George Fleming in -new- songs: Ruhelitzsky and his orchestra, witli the "Myster- ious make this programme unequalled in the city. REGENT (LATE MONARCH) THEATRE OPENED The management of the Regent Theatre wish to thank their patrons lor the support given last evening. They appreciate the interest shown and wilt endeavor to Keep this the- atre up to a standard that will merit the continued support of their pat- ('Ad vt.) Y HURST, .EMBALMER 4 FUN- 'EHAL 3rd ATS. a puiMie 1803. Open night w. PIANO TUNING MEDICAL OR, W. S. Surgeon, Accouchar. Houw p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue Phone 1253. OR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1366 Sixth Office hours Offlce Phone 319; ReiliJonce DR. Eye, and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evGalnpi by ap- pointment Phones: Office 341. Re- sidence 593. DENTAL DR. M. j, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certiflcata. OMce: Rooms C and 6. .Bryan .Block. Phone. 1071. DR. L.T. (ancceuor to Dm.'Courtkie ft nite University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block, Phone 1165, Lethbridge, DBS. MARRS AND Si'cceaao'ra to Dn. Stewart and Mo- Clnre. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Sit- Inbothiim Block. Phone 874. OR. E. G. mom- oer ot Royal College.ot (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (Louion.) L45.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: t-S Higin- botham Block. -V CHIROPRACTORS PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kaj, 1401 ith Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H McG. YOUNG, Mus.Bafc., A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; students advanced for Toronto Con- servators' Exams. A limited amount of teaching done at pupils' resi- dence 1, Alberta Loan Investment Bidg., 5th Street, first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Residence, Y.JI.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res.'Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. Leth- bridge, Alia. THE VALET FRENCH DRY CLEANING 4 DYE- ING busiest.and the most business-like lirm of Its kind in tile city. Turns out work unsur- passed for high class .Steam and French Dry Cleaning. Phone 1812. Covered rig calls for and delivers at short notice. We are specialists In Chemical Dry Cleaning. Opposite Herald Offlce. 201- SMITH 4 Smith; Mrs B. Rcom 4, Dominion Block. Consultation and spiral an- alysis given tree. Adjustments at your home by appointment. Hours 10.SO a.m. to 4 p.m. HAY, GRAIN, FEED I'll thouiandi of pec- pie If they have found the heirloom or Jewel Shat you have lost. The very first thing do when you'vo lost any- thing, or found any article of value, la to send word to tho Wants. WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) nnd Registered Patent Attorney. 15 years exporlonco m Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trado Murks und De- signs registered: Infringement and validity sMirchcs. Evidence collect- ed In patent suits. Reports prepared for counsel. Write for Expert witness In patent suits. Pat- onta obtained In all countries.' 99 St. James Street, Montreal. TO RENT MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, 2S an Insertion. Six (or the price of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT TO fully modern housei on nth Ave- South between 121'h and 13th streets, in pood locality and on car lino It has 11 full sized cement collar with the furnace part divided off and has water nnd KIM piped mio it. Iho ground lloor has a hall, parlor, w th lire place, (linins ,room with smnll dilna cabinet, httchnn and pan- try. Tho upstairs 1ms three .bed rooms with clothes closutB. hall with lluen closet ami tmth room. House liuill on as foot lot and Im- mediate ilrs. C. -McKil- inp. tlto lOlh St. or IMlono TO five roomeil foliage. No. 968 lOlh St. S. Possession immccliutcly. Tormu easy. Apply S.. Hartford. 917 Kith St._S.______20M TOR roomed cottago, 7'J7 12th St. A N. wi'.h water, fenced, gar- den at ihack. Apply at house. house, eicclrlc .light and water; hen house; garden; IS1000 lier month; also 4-room house, JJ8.00 per Mrs. Hoyle, 1 1706 Mh ave. TO modern cottage, No. 1G07 7th Ave. S., 5 rooms and bath- room. 515.00 per month. Apply Ar- thur Harr._1516_7th Ave. S. TO fully modern 7 room house, No. 333 JSth' St. N., between to work on ranch _.. at Milk River; good wages. Apply j anll Avenues. Apply to Mrs. Mrs. T. B. Tennant, Room Alex- R Rurgefis, 423 llth St. or 414 IJtit nndra Hotel between 4 and 3 o'clock. st g 514 per month. TEACHER months for Sunalta S. D. No. LI504; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and -salary expected, .las. P Motheral, secy.-trelts., Foremost, lita. LOST AND FOUND girl for general housework on farm. Good wages. Ap- ply .Mrs. Jno. Davidson, Phone Rural j 209. OST-Crank off Russell car between i Suoridge and Provincial cr please lira complete tor 1 Ford far between Lethbridge Hotel Finder kindly return to Loth- Hotel. 205-j roan maro, branded con- once, competent maid. pv over P connected HA on Apply Mrs. B. Fleming, No. -1 i ht reward lor rettmi Btrathcona Court. to It A Wynn, Coutts, Alia. man, no children, wants steady work on good farm; has practically no experience, but not particular about wages; wants to ac- quire good knowledge of Write, stating full particulars in first letter, to L. Bundy, Cranbrook, B.C. first class blacksmith in a small town either lo rent the shop and tools or buy outright. Good opportunity for i man to establish himself. Apply Box 49 Herald olllce. HOR.ROHS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sons at the lorcfront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza tor representatives. Only Big terms. Sample book Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn uie barber irade; wAgcs while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Sloler Barber College, Centre street, Calgary. Alta, SITUATION WANTED BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when baying or sell ing- are in touch with ihe best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods Hyde Saunders. Phone P. 0. Box 112. as housekeeper )r companion for married iady by roung English woman; thoroughly iomesticated; good cook, and needle- woman; fond of children; experienc- ed; references Miss White, Bank Champion, Alta. of Commerce, WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all klnda of Timothy, Al- falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Bran and Feed. H. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave South; Phone 496, Letioridee, Alberta. young couple, furnish- ed Box 20, Herald. .second hand single buggy; must be cheap. Apply stating to Box 1 Herald. DYEING AND CLEANING Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS haye the most modern Steam Cleaning and French -Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beilde Fire Hall. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS gold locket and chain some- where in tho vicinity of Gait Park. Reward for return to S37 tilh St. FOR SALE OR Hart-Parr, engine, engine gang plow, ned Special Sepa'rator' and bunk car, nil in good condition, at Warner. Ad- dress Johnson Bros., Rockford, Minn. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR FortaWe En- "ine 20 horse power; first class con- dition, c.irryinc 120 Ibs stoam. Apply Rich Harris, Pincher Creek. FOR h.p. gasoline traction engine and John Deere engine plow. Will take live stock or threshing and plowing In payment. Also have for sale a few good young milk cows. W II PaWBOn. Coaldale. Phone Rural 207. PIANO FOR condition, cash or terms. Would consider horso iu trade; weight about 1100 Ibs. must he Apply Bor 42 Herald. 202-6 FOR of Dickens and Alex. Dumas works; also a couple of-'sets of good novels.. Apply The Valet, 324 6th St. South. LAND FOR SALE FOR acres close to'rail- road; 120 acres broken, 75 In wheat, 15 In oats, fenced, good small buildings, crop and all goes, for quick sale. Price J2SOO. About J700 .cash will handle it. Apply T. M. Huff, Room 10 Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Alta. young man, furnished room with piivate family. Apply Box 28 Herald Omce. TO a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER "V eor'thira Avenue SoutKl' APPOINTMENTS MADE. W. A. HENDERSON .COY. Lethbridoe Medicln. Hat WinnipeQ Chartered Accountant! Accountancy in all Its branches'. Audit, Ad- visory, '.Systematizing, -and Trust Work, lavoa- tijaUons, Acidla Building, Lethbrlagt Reildenf AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sties conducted. Terms reasonable. .'Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandlce purchaeed. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnishes, houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. .North Lethbridje, Prone. 1023. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will fe called for end delivered. Auto Li very HENDERSON Liv- ery. Phono 688... PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Orocev for Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, Martin's Baggage Transfer Cirtful and Prompt Service CANADIAN PACIFIC GREAT LAKES Steamship Service Express Sail from Fort William at 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNIcoll as under: S.S. Alberts ............Sundays S.S. Athaba.ka 'Thurajjy' S.S. AHlnlbola ........Tuesdays S.S. Keewatln.......... Fridays S.S. Manitoba ..........Saturdays Upon arrival of steamers at Port McNicoll, express train ij.'yn Toronto, making connection with trains for all parts of Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, and New-England Stales. SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest and most improved life saving lite boat drill anil demonstration on nvcry trip for information of passen- lights in every liromenado deck giving uninterrupted view around constant wireless communication with all parts of tho bulletins Riving latest world's news regularly, posted-Speci.1 afternoon tea' Steamers pass through tho Islands of the Georgian Ray. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST Train connecting with these steamships leaves- Letlibridge two days prior to arriving fort Wflliam In time for passpngers to obtain breakfast on, steamer. For berths and'other information, apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPpT... ;