Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAItY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST, M', TONIGHTiBffl TONIGHT THE REVOLUTION In Four Acts Adapted Jroni. the novel, "A King's Romance" Comedy WHEN HUBBY GOT JEALOUS v E E K L Y Francis Ford In "THE DOORWAY OF DESTRUCTION" Two Acts. HARRY C. WILLIS and JERRY MONDAY AND TUESDAY-DUSTIN FARNUM IN -CAPTAIN COURTESY" TONIGHT When Lottie Pickford Smiles it gets you! She's the cutest, cleverest, daintiest little witch you ever the Photoplay A fietmriftJ Romantic tfaoit star photuplay with ail- fur players that's Ultinff the coan- try by itorm. 1 For a Suggestion! J10.0M fer wquel to this wonder- words or Ihs 1 rcuch idea. Start ceeinc this ffltodo'ji film-pl.y EMPRESS TONIGHT The Diamond From the Sky Second Chapter, 4'An Eye For An starring Lottie' Pick- ford, Irving Cummings and Wm, Russell. Fatty's Reckless Fling, and From Patches to Plenty Featuring Rosco of the greatest Keystones evsr shown in Lethbridge. Many Other Good Pictures COMING: "The Secretary's Frivilr.iis Affairs" EVERY LADY VISITING THE TONIGHT WILL RE- A- PHOTOGRAPH OF MISS LOJTIE PICKFORD. THEATRE OF not Quantity FEATURE :NIGHT; 8 Acts of Vaudeville LAST TIME TONIGHT "WHEN IT HOME" In Five a" World Film Feature; a Truly Wonderful Film MAX ACHER IN "SCHULZ LADY FRIEND" Nestor OF THE FRYING Getter Mexican War FEAR WITHIN" GEO. FLEMING, BARITONE 'SOLOIST. RUBELITZSKY AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1 "THE MYSTERIOUS OF SURPRISES FIRSTSHOW WILL START TONIGHT AT 7.10; SECOND AT 8.55 Frank Mercer, formerly of Pctcr- 1 boro, Ont, died at Norwalk, Conn. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDIO r 90i Third Avenue South, APPOINTMENTS MADE. REMOVE RESTRICTIONS ON EXPORTATION OF PETROLEUM, REGENT THEATRE TONIGHT 1 STRANGE EVIDENCE A Western Detective Drama 2 A WILD RIDE (Comedy) Featuring the famous Stirling Tots. 3 The HEART OF MAGDALEN (In two parts) Drama 4 SOPHIE OF THE FILMS Comedy. THIS IS AN EXTRA GOOD PROGRAM. Complete Change of Pictures MONDAY. REVOLUTION" Kor gorgeous settings, elaborate [Costumes and excellent photography, it would be hard to heat last night's feature. "The Revolution." screened I at Stariand. "The Revolution" is n I court drama of four acts, bristling with intrigue, and patrons will find it of special interest, especially in these war times. The Universal Weekly is. if any- thing, more interesting than ever. The Nestor comedy. "When Hubby Got was simply one round of continual laughter from start to finish. Francis Ford in "The Doorway of provided two acts of fast and furious warfare, depicting the bravery of an Irish regiment, fighting in India. The plot of the piece is well laid and carries a fine vein of subtle comedy and a strong touch of love and romance. This programme wi'il be repeated tonight. DON'T FORGET AUGUST 16th AT THE ORPHEUM THEATRE The foDowing Three Screamingly Funny SKETCHES will be staged for the benefit of the D. E. and The NTJKSING MISSION by well known Jjocal Amateurs. "Packing Up" "A Sister to Assist V "That Brute Simmons" PARTS SUSTAINED BY MR. AND MRS. LIONEL MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND MR, FRANK WADDINGTON. Between an excellent programme has: been arranged, to which the following gentlemen ,have kiridly-consented to contribute MR, GEO.. MR. HAROLD COOPER; MR. WILLIS MR; RyBEt-ITZSKY' (Violin.) Tickets are being sold by the the Empire, the 'members of .the Nursing' Mission'Beard and Local Drug 75c and 50c each DON'T MISS THIS EVENING OF FUN AND-ENJOYMENT. MUSICAL COMEDY AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Even- indication points to a most successful engagement at the Majes- tic Theatre tonight, and also oil Mon- day night, of the La Salle Musical Comedy Co., who are to present two of their most enticing musical comed- ies, 'The -Matinee Girl" tonight, and "Fascinating Flora" on Monday night. Interpolated into each offering is a wealth of good, clean comedy, and ex- ceptional dancing-and singing, special mention being also made of the clever chorus work of the famous La Salie chorus. Billy Gross is principal comedian with the company, and to say that he possesses rare talents in the comedy line would be to put it mildly. He is the "Charley 'Chaplin" of the musi- cal comedy staze, Earl Flynn and his dainty dancing partner Miss Netty Mclaughlin, known all over America and Europe as two of the foremost dancers of the day, are also on th company's roster, and play no small part in the entertainment. Among other principals in the cast are td be found Raymond, prima donna, and Raymond Ripley, the mat- inee idol. .AT THE EMPRESS Lottie Pickford, the famous little actress, who is playing the leading role in "The Diamond from appearing at the Empress every Fri- day and Saturday, mace her initial debut to Lethbridge audiences last night. Miss Pickford plays the part of the daughter of Lord Stanley, who was kidnapped at the age of four, and brought up in the environment of gypsy life. To give her a chance life, Brett; an old friend of the girl's late father, adopts her. In net new home she meets many fine peo and has-many suitors. Her act- ing is delightful, and her naturalness and pleasing manner w.on for-her as warm a spot in the hearts of the pub- lic as that of her sister. "Above 'Persistency Wins, Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited, P. R. Freight Sheda. PHONES: Office 1163 Stables-........., 1064 ETC. Bucharest, via London, Aug. The measure against grains, beans, lentils, an'd peas and petroleum has been discontinued, and the export will be allowed against payment in Dutch gold. The. export of gasoline, how- ever, still, prohibited. Pony Express and Transfer 55.25 Phone 032 NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH W8 Fifth Street South. MUtSTIC-TONIGHT Monday Night The La Salic Musical Comedy Company PRESENTS AND TALENTED SUPPORTING COMPANY INCLUDING i o WILLIAM GROSS EARL FLYNN, ALICE RAYMOND, RAYMOND RIPLEY, NELLIE MCLAUGHLIN AND.THE FAMOUS La Salle Theatre Beauty Chorus TONIGHT "The Matinee Girl" A Musical Cocktail in Two Acts and Four Scene! MONDAY NIGHT "Fascinating Flora" A Musical Dancing Festival in TWO Acts Special Summer Prices--25c--35c--50c SEATS ON SALE NOW AT .IlEULEY DRUG CO. From Patches to Plenty." and other tied pictures arc on tin; programme. From Patches 10 pieiiiy" is an ex- opttonally yood comedy, ful'i of good, vhulcKome humor. Unit of a tramp L-l.o accidentally picks up a million, mi proceeds to spend it. The same programme will be shown tonight, and together will, the Empress orchestra, makes a. (le'iigbt- ful evening's entertainment. Rev. 0. 0. Fallis, a Methndist, il.crgymau at Kamloops, B.C., has been" appointed a chaplain in the Can- adian overseas forces. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS: HAIR REMOVEO- K.M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania pKdlc Medical Massags and Gymnastics cal Vibratory and Therapeutic US" Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham pooing Treatments given n L. F. stetrical Nurse. 5th St. S. Phone 12SD. South.-' Phone-746. UNDERTAKING Funeral .ctor and Embalmer; also agent Works, of Calgary. Of Court House, Phone ience 2S4 7th. Aye. S. Open day and night. oSl Puou -_ Heal- 1176. MEDICAL DR. vv. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue, Phone 1253. DR. Shsrloct Block. Residence 12GG slrfh Avenue. Offlce hours 1-3; Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. OK. Eye. Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment Fhon.ee: Offlce 341. Re- sidence 693. DENTAL S Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- 'ERAL DIRECTOR-SOS 3rd ATS. a. Pbene 1802. .Open night DR. M. J. gnutuate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, and holder of a Dominion Dental. Certificate. Rooms E and-6, Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtloe ft uate Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonild Block. Phone _ 1165, Lethbridge, DRS. MARR3 AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and AIc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Offlce, Hie- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Sunr-onm (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L..D.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5-, Office: S-8 nigm- botham Block. PIANO TUNING G H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- our- Certificate JIT. Assn., London, England Reference to tha leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South..___________ PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNG, Mus Bac., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; students advanced for Toronto Con- servatory Exams. A limited amount teaching done at pupils' resi- dence Studio, Room Alberta Loan Investment Bldg., 5th Street, first door south of Orpheum Theatre. Residence, Y.M.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomininir, General Decorating and Sign Writing. given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. ROB. Phone 1472; olilce phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Letb- bridge, Alta. THE VALET FRENCH DRY.CLEANING 4 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. HAV, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of ajl kinds. Carloads or jess. Inquire for quotations when buying'or sell- ing- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishablo goods. Hyde ft Saunders. phone 1244 P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealern in all kinds- of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Straw, Oati. Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghin, 2nd Are. South; Phone 496, Letabridgo, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING I'll aik thouiindt of peo- lD If they have found the heirloom ur. thit you ive-lost. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. Lawyer (U.S.) 'and' ncglatore'd Putont Attorney.- 13 years experlcnoo. in Cnnuda and U. S. inventions prompt- y iKitpnted. Trado Mnrlia- anil Vti- signs registered; Infringement alldlly searches. "livliicuco collect- ed In patent suits. iicporlH prepared for counsel. Wrlto for infornmttoii. Expert witness In ents obtained In all countries. nn James Street, Montreal. iAMAWAtilATi- for'ft MUST BL PAIU !N ADVANCE. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. 613 Insertions (or tho price of ?our. I'O A fully modern liouse iih Ave. South between 12th und Blroots, lit sood locullly and on. rat' Inc. it lias a full cement collar with Ilio furnace part divided oft' and uis water iinil gnu piped Into It. Tho ground lloor has a hall, parlor, with, ippn lire place, dining room with small china (ahlnct. icitchen nnd pan- try. The npstnira lilts throo ben witli clotiioH cloBets. liall with closet, and Initli room. Ilouso luiil! on foot lot and fenced. 1m- uicdlale possession. Mrs. U. McKll- lop. IMO jiitli St. or i'liong 507. I'O modern iivo roomed N'o. IIIIS lOt'li St. ft- mmpclilitoly. TorniB ciisy. Apply S. Stanford, a 17 10th St. S. _ KOH roomed cottage, 7S7 1-tli Si. A water, fenced. gEir- ;ti-n ;it Otack. Apply at lionso. SITUATIONS VACANT experienced married lady wishes position as cook on a threshing outat. Apply Ho.v 11 Herald onice.______________ Tho Oalt llosliital, an engineer, 3rd class certificate rciiuir- man to work Sotttliern Alberta. Strong salesman make per month. G. D. Har- bour, Alexandra Hotel. house, electric Ight itml wnter; hen house; garden; ?lo.lm per month: also 4-room house, S8.00 per Jlrs.f Iloyle. ITOli 6lh are. TO modern cottage, No. IliO? 7th Avc. S., S rooms and bath- room, Slii.OG per month. Apply Ar- thur llayr, 151C 7th Avu. S. FOUND WANTBD Competent timid for Gen- Apply IIIIG 4th Avc. eral housework. Sotllli. __ _ __ TEACHER Pour months for Sunalta S. D. No. -'504: duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and salary expected, -las. p. licthoral. secy.-treas., Foremost, Alia. i; gir! for general housework on farm. Good wages. Ap- ply -Mrs. Jno. Davidson, Phone Rural 209. WANTED At once, competent maid. Apply Mrs. G. K. Fleming, No. -I Stratllcona Court. 204 (1 HORRORS AND ATROCITIEJ3 OF THE GREAT Sons ,t the forefront of battle. Most tbrill- ng and heart stirring boolf ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza or Only 51. Big terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn he barber trade; wages while learn- ng; .tools furnished, graduates make tig money. Catalogue free. Molar Barber Colleee. 604-A centra street. utig money. vjntuiufeuo Barber College. 604-A centr. Calgary. Alta as housekeeper ir companion for married lady by Doting, English woman; thoroughly domesticated; good cook, and needle fond of children; experienc- ed; referencos Miss White, Bank of Commerce, ihampioiv Alta. 'buy a-baby carriage; must be in good condition. Apply G45 2th St. A North. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have tho most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. DYE- ING busiest anil 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 for delivers at short notice. We aro specialists In Chemical Dry Cleaning. Opposite Herald olTice. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Lethbridge Medicine Hit Wlnnipea Chartered Accountants Accountancy in all Its Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, and Trust'Work, Inves- tigations, Ijiquidationa. r AcadJa Building, Resident R J. RITCHIE PATEHSON, Chartered 'Accountant AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements .lob lots of stocks of mcrchandlne purchased. 1 will also buy tiio en- tire contents o! furnished houses. Head office at f.he Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethbridge, Prone 1023. FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phono 1717 and shoes will -be called for. and .delivered. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Liv Phone 588. PJi.STEtJKJ.ZEp MILK deliver Pasteurized quarts for. ?1.00. Bo'rms unlitfDalreil. Ask yduc'Grocer for Dairy Butter. -Crystal, Married man, no children, vants steady work on good farm; has Tactically no experience, but not mrticular about wages; wants' to ac- uire good knowledge of larmins. Vrite, stating full -particulars in first etter, to L. Btindy, Cranbrook, B.C. -.SITUATION .WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTS BOARDERS a private amily, comfortable rooms, good board phone and every convenience; two iloclts from post offlce. Apply Box 50 ald. young coTipic. furnish- ed Box 20, Herald. second hand single buggy; must be cheap. Apply stating to'-Box T Herald. 199-flx TO a good room with al modern conveniences, steam heat shower baths, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. 99 St, TO RENT roan mare, branded con- neclc'il DV over r connected 1IA on right shoulder. SIT, reward lor return to R. A. LOST--A gold locket and chain some- where iu the vicinity of Gait Park. Reward for return to S37 tith St. S. FOR SALE OR Hart-Parr engine, engine gang plow. Red River Special Separator and bunk car, ail in good condition, at Warner. Ad- dress Johnson Bros., Rockford. Minn. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR in Block B; price for each. For further .informa- tion write C. D. Nelson, R. R. No. 2, Clovenlaie. FOR heating plant, It! radiators with fixtures and boiler. Ap- ply to the owner, 522 12th St. Smith. City. FOIl Portable Kn- "inc 20 horse power; first class con- dition, carrying 120 Ibs steam. Apply Rich Hards. Pinclier Creek. fi h.jj: 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 your.g milk cows. W. 11. Pawso'n. Coaldale. Phone Rural 207 PIANO FOR condition, cash or terms. Would consider horse in trade; weight about 1100 Ibs. must he qulot. Apply Box 42 Herald. JM-S FOR of Dickens ami Alex. Dumas works; also a rouple of. sets of good novels. Apply The Valet. 324 6th St. South. LAND FOR SALE FOR acres close to.rail- road; 120 acres broken, 76 in .wheat, I'' in oats, fenced, -good well, _small buildings, crop and all quick sale Price About 5700 cash will handle it. Apply T. M. Huff. Room 10 Alberta Block. Lethbridge, FARM WANTED hear from owner pf.a good farm for sale. Send cash price and description. D. P. apolis, Minn. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail medical nnd surgical cases (except'contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 418 14th St. S. Phone. 1233. (Miss) A. M. (Miss) Rose Cameron. Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grao. NUrn CANADIAN PACIFIC K1REAT LAKES Steamship Service 5---Magnif icent Express Sailifrom Fort William at 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNicoIl as under: S.S. Alberta............Sundays S.S. Athabiiki S.S. Assinibola ........Tuesdays 5.8. Keewatin.........: Fridays S.S.Manitoba ......____Saturdays Upon arrival of steamers at Port McNicoIl, 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 PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest and most Improved life saving life boat drill and demonstration on every trip for.Information' of passen- Reading lights in every promenade deck giving -uninterrupted view around constant wireless. communication with ail parts of the bulletins Eiving latest world's news regularly afternoon "tea Steamers pass through the Islands of the'Oeorglan Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST' Train connecting with these steamships leaves Lethbridge two days prior to'arriving Fort William'in time for passengers W obtain breakfast on steamer." For tickets, berths and other information, apply ,to any. Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE .AT DEPOT.