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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWO "The Film (V.'prt'sorits Vivfoh Hid, "In The Hills, ..2 Man WHh a in L' Account a with Boyd ami Kveim- ,Jlip- n Sm-mning Ivoystoiic. THE LETilBRIDG'E FINAL APPEARANCE HERE OF THE La Salle Musical Comedy Company WITH And All Star uding THE LA SALLE BEAUTY CHORUS TONIGHT'S BILLY GROSS B HE LA SALLE BEAUTY Cfl _. .SHT'S "The Matinee Girl" ORPHEUM THEATRE TONIGHT D.OFE BENEFIT Vaudeville Show SUetf lies 4 Acts and Photoplays TONIGHT ONLY Doors open; TUESDAY Pauline Bush In "The Deserl Breed" 2 Acts Pearl White, star of "PcMIs of Pauline." in The Lure ot'.lhc A Comedy "Fatty's'Love .Affair" A Juvenile Comedy by an All Juvenile Cast ANOTHER FUNNY JOKER COMEDY MR. GEO. FLEMING. Baritone Soloist, and the "MYSTERIOUS SINGER." VVhst is it? A MUSICAL COCKTAIL IN TWO ACTS AND' FOUR SCENES. NEW SONGS-NEW DANCES-PRETTY GIRLS GALORE 35r; -50c. PARAMOUNT FEATURE BOSWORTH INC. PRESENTS N FARNUM in CAPTAIN COURTESY FIVE ACTS Iu The King's Name Baffles Aids Cupid Princess Series Comedy TONIGHT REGENT THEATRE TONIGHT and Tomorrow Night 1 THE PURSUIT OF HATE 2 HEART OF- SMILING JOE (Comedy) 3 THE DOG WATCH tJokerl 4 A MILLION IN PEARLS I In Two Parts) 5 PARTNERS IN CRIME Save your Coupons for the DRAWING TOMORROW NIGHT scream, in which Lady Baffles and De- tective Duck are seen at their best, will complete the best eight-reel pro- gramme yet seen at Stiirlaml. CHRISTY MATHEWSON AT VARIETY I The king of the diamond, and the I beat knows baH-player America has !yet produced. Christy Mathewson will be seen at Variety today in a whirlwind two-part comedy drama, "Love and Baseball." a story of the game, showing the big lea- guers in action, and how games are won and lost. Two thousand feet of I the cleverest and fastest action ever story that will hold you DRAYING Of All ICiuds Western Transfer Co. Limited.. p. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES: OfflCB 1103 Stables 1064 Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH 108 Fifth Street South. Phone 632 spellbound with its intensity and mystify you with its exciting inci- dents. Max Asher. the inimitable comedian will be seen to good ad- vantage in "The Cure." one of the cleverest and funniest comedies yet conceived. "The End of the Feud." featuring the well known stars Paul- ine Bush and Milrclock McQuarrie, and" "The Ranger's are two absorbing dramas of our own western country that you cannot afford to miss. Girl In Pants." a scream- ingly funny comedy completes an all round programme of exceptional merit. There are 2B museums of safety and institute for the study of indus- trial hygiene in the world, 22 in Eu- rope, 'three in the United States1 and one in Canada. PROFESSIONAL CARDS TONIGHT The following Three Screamingly Funny SKETCHES will be staged for the benefit of the I. 0. D. E. and The XUKSING MISSION by well known Local Amateurs. "Packing Up" Sister to Assist V "That Brute Simmons" PARTS SUSTAINED BY MR. AND MRS. LIONEL MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND MR. FRANK WADD1NGTON. Between the acts an excellent programme has been arranged, to which the following gentlemen have kindly consented to contribute: "MR. GEO. E, FLEMING; MR. HAROLD COOPER; MR. WILLIS MR. RUBELITZSKY (Violin.) Tickets are being sold by the Daughters of the Empire, the members of the Nursing Mission'Board and Local Drug Stores. 75c and 50c each DON'T MI3S THIS EVENING OF FUN AND ENJOYMENT. VARIETY Always Cool and Comfortable. CHRISTIE MATHEWSON The World Famous Baseball Star in S Two Part Comedy Drama The Inimitable Comedian MAX ASHER in "THE CUKE" One of ths Cleverest Comedies ever conceived. USUAL PRICES. MASSAGE SUPERFUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- ptedlc Institute. Medical ,5. and Gymnastics cal Therapeutic US" Treatments. Electrolysis and Snam- pcoing Treatments pointment only. Room 1. W Bit L. F. Surgical, Ob- stetrical Nurse. New address 3tli St. S. Phone 12SD. PRIVATE HOSPITAL j_ MTU. PR1VATE HOSPITAL Haarlem's Private Honpital Maternity Home. Special rates gir- en on application.. 1224 7th AyenuB South. Phone 746.- AT THE Seven- reefs oE highly entertaining pictures comprise the programme for thff Emprees Theatre tooight and to- morrow. They include two two-reel features, "The -Man With a and "In the Purp'ie Hills." Vivian Rich is the star in the latter picture, which is taken amid beautiful sur- roundings In the hills. "The Man With a Record" is a pathetic story of a man who has been down on his luck, and strives to make good. An Interesting comedy drama, "An Account of a two good Key- stones, "Home and "The Rent will complete the pro- gramme, with an avalanche of laughs and funny situations that will keeii the audience in a humorous mood dur- ing the whole performance. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 AT THE ORPHEUM Tonight the D. of E. have entire charge of the Orpheum'. Pictures, four acts and three sketches' com- pletes a ME vaudeville bill, present- ed by .Mr. and Mrs. Asouith, Mr. Frank Waddlngton and Mr. Richard Hincks. Messrs. Fleming, Cooper, Willis and Rubeiitzsky will also as- sist. Lots of good acts, fun and music will be presented by local people for local people. The'nirtain wrll rise promtly at 8.30. Something interest- ing, every minute. Tuesday the Orpheum will present "The .Des'ert in two acts, fea- turing Pauline Dash. Pearl White, the beautiful leading character of "Perils of Pauline" fame, will be seen in "The Lure of the Stage. Juvenile comedy by an all-juvenile cast is also shown. "stunner" if we maj" take this op- portunity of properly expressing the hit she "registered. The possessor of a beautiful lyric soprano voice, anil also of a moat winning personality she surely won many a heart on Sat- urday night. .The other members of the company, especially Mr. Ray- mond is a veritable ma- tinee all good. The beauty chorus were in some novel danc- ing and ensembles, and were clecided- iy pleasing. As "Fascinating Flora" was pre- sented on Saturday night, the com- pany will present Matinee Girl" tonight, arid, this being the com- panv's last performance here, local playgoers will doubtless pack the house, in recognition of the excellence 01" the entertainment provoked by the company. DUSTIN FARNUM IN "CAPTAIN COURTESY" Lovers of ihe very best will do well to take in Starland tonight. Dustin Farnum the greatest male star of the silent drama, will be seen in a Bos worth five-reel entitled "Captain Courtesy." The plot is laid in southern California, and the natural scenery ant! settings promise to be exceptionally fine, and the night scene at Del alley's camp is claimed by all the criticis as being the finest piece of night photography ever screened. "In the King's another two- reel episode of "Under the Crescent" featuring the beautiful Princess Has- san, will he found deeply interesting, with its Oriental settings and charac- ters. "Baffles Aids a comedy MUSICAL COMEDY MAKES HIT AT MAJESTIC To say that the La Salle Musical Comedy Co. registered a hit at the Ma jest in Theatre on Saturday night would he to put it mildly. Hilly Caress is a comedian of no mean accomplishment. His every wort! and gesture are provoking of laughter, his song.s and riancf.s clev- erly rendered in such a manner to convince his auditors that h? is a performer with years of experience in the art of making people laugh whc- ther they want to or not. We look forward to another of Mr. Gross' great characterizations tonight. Spc-j cial mention is due Miss McLaiighlinj and Mr. Flynn for (heir combined 1 work, their' several specialty fiances I boing all that could he desired in this' line of entertainment. Miss Alice i Haymond, the prima donna, is a MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses UNDERTAKING S Funeral 'Director and Embalmer; also ageat the Somervllle Marble Granito Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Soict House. Phone 561 Hell- ieace 884 7th Ave. S. Poone 1116, Open day and night S Y. HURST, EMBALMER t FUN- EHAL 3rd Ave. 3. Phone 1803. Open nisht and day. PIANO TUNING G. H. CR1PPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate >IT. Assn., London, England. Reference to tha leading musicians of the city. Phooo 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North., DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Faperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phone 17S2, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta. THE VALET FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYE ING busiest and lha most bnsiness-like firm ot its kind in the city. Turns out work unsur- passed for high class Steam and French Dry Cleaning. Phone 1S12. Covered rig calls for and delivers at short notice. are specialists in Chemical Dry Gleaning. Opposite Herald office. MEDICAL OR. W. 5. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 8U Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Btoctt. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenuo. Office hours Offlce Phone 319; HeiHenca 1090. OP. Bye. Noae anil Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Offlce S41. Re- sidence 593. DENTAL DR. M. j. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a' Dominion. Cental Certificate. Offlce: Rooms 6 and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Bra. Coarttee ft uate University ot Maryland. Booms S and 9, Macdcnald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARFtS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Clure- Hours: 9. to 5. Offlce, Inbotham Block. Phone S74. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (London.) LD.a. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: S-S Higin- botham Block. CHIBOPEACTOES SMITH Smith; Mrs. .1. 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 BAUED: HAY AND ot or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing- We arc in touch with the best markets .Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DllCE and fletail Dealers In all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa. Blue .Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMillan and O. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South: Phone 496, Letjibridgo, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING WADS I'll atk thousands of pie- they have found holrloom or Jewel ihat you 'have'leil.. Ths very thing to da when you've lott any- thing, or found any article of value, is to lend word to the Wants. PATENT SOLICITOR WRL'S. fiABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) nnu RoBlstorccV. Patonl Altornoy. 15 years experience in Onnndii and U. 8. lEYMtlottB prompt ly patented. Trado. Murks uuci Do- signs registered; Infringement, and validity nenrcheg. FA-WOUCO collect- ed In patent Bulls, lie-ports prepared for counsel. 'iVrlto Tor iniormutlou. Expert witness In patent sjjIU. Pat-, ents obtafhad'ln all countrlts. 09 SU James Street, Montreal. TO RENT TO fully modern house-on. Sin Avu. South between mil anil 13th. st reels, In gnoil lociillly and on car lliie. It lllis B Cull sized cement collar" with llio'furmico part divided and has water mid gas piped Into it: TliU'. ground lloor lias a hall, parlor, open Hro plaeo. dining room with sivall china cabinet, kitchen and pan- try. Tiio upstairs lias three, bod rooms with clothes closets, liall with, linen ciosot and tudh room. uuilt on 38 Toot lot mill fenced.. Ira- uiediato possession. Mrs. C. McKll- lop, 10th St. or Phonoy507, U> Dt Forint MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion, six Insertions for the price of Four. TO of Henderson I'ark. three minutes' walk, from car line, simck on three lots, all fenced, garden full of Vegetables., warm double boarded poultry houses; for three hundred thickens: good frcn range; pol- month. Will soli at j a snap on terms l.o silit purchaser. Xinnner of Orpingtons and Rocks, for sale Apj'h- A j. Davlson, P. O.-Box Cltv. SITUATIONS VACANT girl for general house- work. Apply Box M 'Burons, Alta. or woman for genera] housework on farm. Must be good Cook. Phone 1655 once. goodxlady cook. Wages 51.00 per day. Apply Mrs. T. D Aldricli, Turtle Cafe, AVinnifred. Alia. experienced- married lady wishes position' as cook on a threshing outfit.. Apply Box -14 Herald TO modern five' roomed cottage. No. 10th St. S. Possession immediately. Terms easy. Apply S. Stanford, 917 lO.lli St. S. TOR roomed 12th St. A N. with water, fenced, gar-... den at 'back. Apply at house. FOR house, olnctricr light and water: hen house; per month; also 4-room house, J8.00 per Mrs. Hoyle, 1'i'Oli 6th ave. N. TO modern cottage, No.' 1607 7th Ave. S.. 6 rooms and bath- room, 515.00 per month. Apply Ar-r thur 1516 7th Ave. 3. 174-4) LOST AND FOUND the Gait Hospital, an engineer, ed. 3rd ciass certificate reiiuir- roan mare, branded con- iccted DV over P connected HA on shoulder. 515 reward for return :o R. A. Wynn. Coutts. Alta. maid for gen- eral housework. South. Apply 1262 4th Ave. TEACHER months for Sunalta S. D. No. 2504; duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating experience and salary expected. Jas. p. Metheral. secy.-treas., Foremost, Alta. once, competent maid. Apply Mrs. G. E, Fleming, Strathcona Court. No. 4 man, no children, wants steady work on good farm; has practically no experience, but not particular about wages; wants to ac- quire good1' knowledge of Write, stating full particulars in first .etter, to L. Bundy, Cranbrook, B.C. FOR Lot 203 in Block B; price 1400 for each. For further informa'- heating plant, 16 radiators with fixtures and .boiler. .Ap-. ply to the owner, 522 12th. St. South. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE at the lorclront ol battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only Bij Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto.________ -ana women to learn he-barber trade: wages while lesrc- ng; Tools furnished, graduates ig money. Catalogue free. Molor Barber College. Calgary, Alta, as housekeeper r companion for married lady by oung English woman; thoroughly omesticated1. goorl cook, and needle- fond of, children; experienc- references White, Bank of Commerce, 6 ed; iis "O a good room with all modern .conveniences, steam heat, hower bpthr, plunge, etc., apply Y- M. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the moat modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER of every description made to order. Get our- prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDIO: 906 Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. Lethbridge Monumental aid Cut Stone Works W. A. HENDERSON A COY.' Lethbridge Mediclrv Hat. Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy in o'l Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing. and Trust Work, Inyea- ttgations, Llquidationa, Acidla Building, Reiidtnt R J. RITCHIE ChartorW Accountant W. L. WILSON, Licenied Auctioneer kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks ot nierchandise purchased. I will also buy the en tire contents of furnished houses Head office at ihe VVilsou Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethbridge Prone 1023. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue Phone 1717 and shoea will ;be callec for and delivered. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Liv- ery. Phone 588. 180- PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for fl.OO. All disease germ; unimpaired. Aak your Grocer for Carljrle Brand Dairy Butter. Dairy, Phong 1S78. 604-A Centra Street. SITUATION WANTED young couple, furnish- !i Box 20, Herald. Second hand single juggy must be clieap. Apply stating nrlce to Box 1 Herald. BOAKD-T-BOOMS SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR work horse, weight about 1000 Ibs., anr lay. A'pply Lethbridge.Laundry Co. S. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR blnck Percllerdi) lorses, 2 geldings and one niare aged t 4 and S years old; weight about.1350., Innlv .1 '.MacDonalrt. Dallas Hotel.' 1 ijno_iC TOR rye seed. Price SI 00 at 'bin or 51.30 sacked F.O.B. Maerath. Apply C. R grath. ___ 208-li- write C. D. Nelson, R. Clovenlale, B. C. No, TOR Portable En- sine, 20 horse power; first class con- dition, carrying 120 Ibs steom. Apply Rich Harris, Pinclier Creek. FOR h.p. gasoline tractfori 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 H Pawson, Coaldale. Phone Rural- 207. FOR of Dickons and Ales.- Dumas works; also a couple of sets of good novels. Apply The Valet, 324 6th SI. South. LAND FOR SALE FOR' acres close to rail- road; 120 acres broken, 75 in wheatr" 13 in oats, fenced, good well, buildings, crop and all goes, for quick sale. Price 52800. About cash: will handle It. Apply T. M. Huff, Room 10 Alberta Block, Lethbrldeef: a THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for-.mater-..] aity and ail medical and, surgical, j (except contagious and charges according to the cir'-'i cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free .of charge.. Graduate nurses for priyate duty' also provided. 'For further partio' ulara apply to the Nursing Mis- sion', 413 14th St.. S. Phone (Miss) A. M. Tiltsy, Supervisor, (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad-Nur CANADIAN PACIFIC GREATLAKES Steamship Express Sail from Fort "William at 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNicoll as under: S.S. Alberta S.S. Athabatk" Ainlnjboj'a ........Tuesdays S.8. Keewatjn.......... Fridays 1 s.S. Manitoba Upon arrival of steamers at Port HcNicoli, express train is run. to making connection with trains for all parts Ontario, Quebec, Maritime. Provinces, and New England Slates. f SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest and most improved lii'c saving life boat ilrlll and demonstration on every trip for ..information of passen- lights in every promenade deck giving uninterrupted view around constant wireless communication with nil parts 'of Hie 'bulletins giving latest world's news regularly afternoon- tea Steamers pass through the Islands of the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL fOtJRIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST Train connecting with (hese steamships leaves Lethhrldge two .days prior In In time for passengers to obtiin bl'eakfasl on steamer; Far tlckttt, berth! ind other Information', apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT. ;