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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE L E T H H R11) G E DAI L Y H PR A L P TONIGHT PARAMOUNT Isfe Mary Pickford as FaiiGhon The Crickef ,IN FIVE ACTS The Circus Girl': Romance Two Acts. The TiilcHi His .Pants Nestor Comedy TONIGHT American -Film .Manufaotiiring Co. Presents "Secretary of Frivolous Affairs 'A Mutual Master-Picture in Four Parts from the novel by story is one of LOTB, Ko'manoVanci Super- Drama, Many; Other Good Pictures. ORPHEUM QUALITY. NOT QUANTITY Bob Leonard and-Elia'Hill In "THE SILENT .COMMAND" In 4 a "FATHER BUYS'A ;BALE'> A Cottoii "Comedy. "HOW DAD A .IWlllUry'Ciimedy DIA.MOND C'OUPONS RUBELITZSKY and the 'l "ORCHESTRA STORE" REGENTTHEATRE THREE HEEL FEATURE Hopes of Blind Alley By Pauline Bush and M. G. FORD STERLING SNITZ JOINS THE FORCE Good One. The Girl and Hobo A Stirring Drama. BE SURE AND SEE THIS PROGRAM FOR IT 18 A GOOD ONE. PREACHES AT FIFTEEN TO LARGE CONGREGATION earn- boy ot fifteen pnMbed to a con- os Sbndar, irhich filled "Tent Harlem. The'iau, J. .Saot't Dawiton, Tho, deaplte his 'iniclterlwctwi, not the least in addressing those most- ly his e-iders, exsSiiined he had 'come Jromr Philadelphia, because be has to arouiKl the Gospel he BonWn't help about it. Dr. ifcPhenon, in charge of the tents in introducing the juvenile ex-, hojtter, that Christ began jpreaohing at twelve and Spnrgeon at seventeen.. Hi Dairkins would Tetu'rn- to New Torfc to deliver- more sermons. THE NURSING MISSION PrpTldee visiting nurses for szater- ilty and all medics! and surgical (except contagious and according to the cir- cumstances of iha patienL Poor patients cared for free ofi charje Graduate nnrees tor private duty slsc.ircTided, For further partic- ulars apply to 'tis Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 12331 (Mlw) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Mlis) ROM Cameron, Grid. Hunt. (Mitt) J. T. Msokenile, Orad. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every descripfion made to order. Get our, prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU Letbbridfe Cat Stone Works Ont; Auk. cioud- .e meeting of "two storms between 3 and 4 o'clock this afternoon; caused a flood -which swept .he streets of Oshawa three or four 'set deep, flooding the "houses on Main street and carrying away a arge quantity of goods from the Osh- a-wa canning factory. Much damage was done in the vicinity. Cattle were drowned, grain fields and or- chards swept bare, and seven cement bridges, erected at a cost of carried away, it is. feared that the outlying districts near Columbus and Brooklyn, -where the storm originated, save suffered even more severely. In Oshawa, the flood was so deep hat dangerous areas were roped off by the police and fire departments 6 avoid accidents to spectators. One effect of the. deluge was to plunge the town in el- ectric light poles being washed out- it is believed no lives were lost. LIFE IN ATTEMPT TO SAVE HIS BROTHER Calgary, Alta., Aug. XcKenxle lost his 4Jfc in a vain at- rescue his brother, Jack, hrown into the Red Deer River, north of Bassano, today, -when their boat capsized !n the strong current Both in full view of helpless spec- .ators on the river bank. he JIcKenzie brothers were well mown in Calgarj', wHere they were a considerable am- ount of property. They con- .ractora and left'here a few days go ,o assist in the erection ot an efieva- .or on the Bssaano-Empresa branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The jodiea .have been recovered. FRANK PATRICK MARRIED 'Victoria, B.C., Aug. Pat- rick, the well-known .Coast hockey masnate, was married, here to Miss Catherine Mary Porter of Vancouver. The eeremdny -was performed by Rev. Dr. C. T. Scott of the Metropolitan Methodist church. The young couple iave gone to California, where they win spend a month. A motor driven machine that cuts grooves in wooden floors for the lay- ng of -wires has been invented by a rhicago electrician. -Italian peat that is too low in fuel value to compete with coal is beins ittlliied'-ih the production of nitrogen for fertilizers. AT THE EMPRESS The feature picture on the Empress bill tonight and tomorrow is a four- roc! adaptation from the book "The Secretary of Frivolous Affairs." by .May Fut'rele. It is a Mutual Master- piece picture in four acts produced by the American film Co. May Allison and Harold Lock-wood play the lead- inf parts, and arc admirably suited to the parts. Miss Allison Is a dainty actress, with a winsome way, and Mr. Lockwood Is an impressive youns mnn. and a gifted actor. Their actm? of the romantic drama of love and In trisue brings the story to the screen in a verv real manner. The remainder of the programme is composed of pictures usually'present- ed at this theatre. They include two good comedies. AT THE ORPHEUM Tonight we present Bob-Leonard and Ella Hall in a Laemmeie drama, THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA 1915 Sittings of the Supreme Court of Appellate Division, and for the trial of causes, Civil and Criminal, and for the 'hearing of., motions and other civil business, .will 'he held at the following times and places for the Fall of 1915. the date set for the opening of a Court'or a Sitting is a holiday 'suchVCouri'or Sitting shall commence on the day following'such holiday. Sittings of the Supreme Court, Appellate Division Tuesday in Sep- tember. In No- vember. For Trial s! Civil Non-Jury Causes Edmonton and Mon- day in September and each Monday thereafter except during vacation. For Trial of Civil Jury Causes Edmonton and Calsary Second Tuesday in November. For Trial of all Criminal Causes Edmonton and Tues- day in October. Tuesday in Oc- tober. Tuesday in October. Bed Tuesday in Sep- Mediclne Tuesday in October. Tuesday in Novenv foer. Tuesday in Sep- tember. For Trial of all Civil Causes Tuesday in.No- vember. Tuesday invDe- cenroer. Red Tuesday, in No- vember. Medicine Tuesday in December. Monday in. Decem- ber. Tuesday, in No- vember. DATED at Edmonton, Alberta, This 27th day of July, 1915. G. P. OWEN FENWICK, Acting Deputy Attorney General. Ad No. A. CANADIAN REAT LAKES J Steamship Service Express -Sail from uud Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNIcoll as Under: S.S. Albert. ............Sundays si. AthabHk. S.S. Aislnlbola ........Tuesday. S.S. Ke.watln Frld.yi s.S.. Manitoba ..........Saturday! Upon arrtvaiof steamers Port McNIcoll. express trnlli is run to Toronto making connection with train, for all parts ot Ontario, Quebec, ami Now England States. SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS Latest and most Improved life saving llfo boat drill and demonstration on evory.trtp for information ot passon- gers-Readliie in every stateroom-Spacious promenade clvins uninterrupted view around constant wireless communication with all parts ot the world-Special hullotlnn clvln- latest world's news regular y Xnoon tea servke-Tho Steamers pass through the Islands of the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS IN THE EAST Train connecting with these steamships leaves Lethbridgo two days prior to arriving ITort William in time for passengers to obtain breakfast on steamer. For tickets berths and other information, apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT. 'The Silent a four-part MARY PICKFORD IN feature, that is wonderful for detail photography and acting, as is all of Mr, Laemmele's nrodu'.'tioae. These stars played the leading roles in "The Master is a guarantee of the ivorth of the production.1 'The United States had a great slo- gan "Buy a on account of the surplus cotton crop, and we have a comedy built on the saying that is a good laugh getter. "How Dad Wouldn't" is a miic that is .really and .legitimately funny. Mr. George Fleming is still as pop- ular as ever in his solos- Rubelltzsky and his orchestra continue to play ate up-to-date melodies. The "Mys- terious Voice" is still causing com- ment, and with the diamond coupons, make our entertainment thoroughly worth while. "FANCHON THE CRICKET" Starland's bill tonight and tomor- row will he-right up to standard. Dan- in presenting that sup- reme screen favorite, Mary Pickford in ,a five-act Famous Players' produc- tion of "Fanchoc tt.e has no hesitation in advising all exhibitors that this is little Mary's best and greatest screen success up 'to date. Another feature of unusual interest be the two-act drama. "The Cir- cus Girl's Romance." Produced un- der the direction of the scenes are taken In the Sells-FIoto circus tents, and every incident and detains true to life. One of the chief characters is the elephant Bollvor, well remembered by Leth-bridge, when here with the circus. "The Tale of His Pants" will create one thous- and laughs in fifteen minutes. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR Holmes graiuate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic restitute. Medical and Gymnastics BlectTlr cal Vibratorr and TherapeutK 1 Treatments, Blsctrolysis and Snajo. pcoing Treatments given noiDtment Hul., Blk. S. Y. HUHST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL DlFECTORr-803 Srfl-Are. S. Phone 1502, Open BlSBt And 43 t Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE M YEARS TO .PAY if you wish. The land -will support you and pay for itself. An Immense area of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from to for farm lands with ample rainfall- Irrigated lands from f35. One-twentieth dowa, balance within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm up to also repayable In twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings b; getting adjoining land, or se- cure, your friends as neighbors. For literature gnd particulars apply to f, T. CAMERON, Supt. of Lir.ds Dept-.of Natural RelourcM, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON A (KEITH luilding Lethbridge Companies Winding Up Ordinance 1903 IN THE' MATTER OF THE DAVID- SON METAL COMPANY, LIMITED. NOTICE FS HEREBY GIVEN that all the creditors of the Davidson (Metal Company, Limited, aqtl others having claims thereon are required to send in their claims to the under- signed on or before the lOUi Jay.of October, 1915. after which date the Liquidator will proceed to distribute the assets of Company .or any part thereof amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims, of which-it shall Then have notice. DATED this 3rd day of August. 1915. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, i Liquidator. First 4th, 1815. Ad N'o. S Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cirvful and Prompt L. F.' stetrical Nurse. .Neiv 5th St. S. Phone 12S5-. 200-12 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRtVATE HOSPITAL 5 MM.. Via Haarlem's. Prirate Hoapltal ud Maternity Home. Special rttea giv- ta on 1th South. Phone 746. f UNDERTAKING S. Funeral Director and also agent the Somerviile Marble fe QraniU Works, oi 'Calsary. 3oiiTt House. Phone Rest lence 2S4 7th Are. S.' Phone 1171 Open day and night PIANO TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNERf- Player-Picno and Organ. Repairer; 20 years factory .experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Aasn., London. England. Reference to tie. leading musicians of the city.: -Phone 116S. 125S-6tll Ave. A "South. t PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 ?th Avenue North. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers Kalsomining, General .Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates -.given. .The oldest established :Painters in Letbbridge. Res. Phone 1472, offlce phone 1152, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta. Auto Livery, HENDERSON ery. Phone 588. 180- PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized, quarts for ?1.00. All disease, genns unimpaired. Ask your. Grocer for Cariyle Bran'd.tlalrj Butter. Crystal Dairy, A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER sTUDl 906 Third Avenue APPOINTMENTS MADE.' MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offlce Third Arenue. Phone 1263. DR. SherlocS Block. lieeldence 1386 Stain Ayenna Offlcc bpurs Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. Eye. Nose and _ Threat; 115 Sherlock Blog. Office hours evenings bjr-ap- pointment Phonei: Office Ml. Re- sidence 695., DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate; Officer Rooms E and 6, Brnio Bioct Puone 1071. DR. u. T. (sneoeMoi to Drs. Courtlfle aate Unlversltjr of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. MMdonild Block, Phone 1165, LethbrldgB, Alta. DRS. MARKS AND Successon Drs. Stewart and He- Clure. Houri: to 5. Offles. Hit Inbotham Block. Phone 974. DR. E. G. mem- ber of -CoUege of Surr'ani, (Bng.) Royal colleiu ct PhysiciaM LD.S. 1900. Hours: MS; W. Offleo: M Hlgln- botham Block. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH -J. B: '4, Dominion' BlocK. Consultation and-spinal 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 STRAWr-Teed of all kinds. Carloads'o? less.. Inquire for quotations, when buying or sell- ing- We are in touch wiih the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. P.. 0. -Boi 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- OUCE and itetall Dealers in all kindl of Timothy, Al. falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw. Oats, Bran and Feed. M; McMahon and C. McClenkghan, 2nd Are. South; Phone 486, Letfcbridge. Alberta. 71-m DYEING AND CLEANING WEDNESDAY; AUGtJSr 18MW' PATENT gO.LIplTOR ,U t I'll thBUiindi of peo- ple If they found hilrleoiR yoii. ISiit. The very first.thing to do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article j j of value, Is to send word v to the Wants. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words. 25 cents an Insertion. SU liwrtlani-for-tlM price of Four. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTBDr-We Jia've a good.position awake, boy n'bout Hi who would like to learn the clothing busi- ness. Apply Box 12 Herald. miners. Ap- ply Canadian Coal Coke Co.-, Conl- hurst. Alberta. as cook' to thresh- ing outfit iby capable woman. -Apply to Box .31 Herald. girl for general liouse- work Apply Box 54 Barons, Alia. or woman for genera] housework on farm. Must be good cook. Phone 1655 city. once, good lady cook.- Wages .per day. Apply :M re. T. D Mdrioh, Turtle Cafe, Wlnnlfred, Aita. HORRORS OP THE GREAT Sons at the forefront oT battle. Most thrill-. ir.z and heart ..stirring' book ever written Going like wildfire. 'Bonanza for representativts.' Only SI.' .Big; terms. Sample 'book free. Company. Limited, .Toronto; to learn barber trade; wages while leani- ng'- tools furnished, graduates inako ilg. money. Catalogue .frei. Moler Barber College. Centre .Street Calsary, Alta, suitable for gran-, ary- Apply stating cash" price to Box HBrkiu office." f responsible party, a modern house, including gas, reason- ablv close in'; possession .Sept, 10th, Apply Boxr'lS'Herald. 209-6 FRENCH DRY CLEANING S. 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 for and delivers at short notice. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. The Valet, opposite. Herald office. W. A. HENDERSON A COY, Ltthbrldot Mtdicln, Wjnnjpto, Chartered Accountancy In all Its brancBM: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- Systemntlzllif. Trust Work; tHations, Llquidationi. Acidla Building, a RITCHIE PATSRSON, Charturtd' AceounUnt Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have- the, most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry CJeanlng plant In Southern'Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone beside Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, LIciiiMd Auctlnnwr All kinds of sales conducted. Tei reasonable. Prompt" letllements. Job lots of stocks of- merchftodlat purchued. I will also buy the on tire contents of furnished houses Hud office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Mthbrtdie .Prone 102S. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Arenas B Fbbne 1717 and sktwt will lor MISCELLANEOUS WANTS piano for fall and'iwinter; Apply, .Box 47 Jerald offlce. young coupie, furnish- d Box 20, Herald. second hand single bucev- must be cheap. Apply stating ice to Box 1: Herald. 199-flx PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR cottage. Apply Box 6 Herald.' "lOST AND FOUND wrist-bag, contam- nir purse money.apd emerald ros- ary'Tbeads. 'finder please return .to lerald fe 210-2x bunch- of, .keys on a sniall chain. Finder please return to C. P. R, Ticket, office. _.wyor (U.S.) and Registered .Patent Attorney, 16 years experience m Canada andjU.-s; Inventions prompt- y patontod. Tritdo' Marks Uo- ulsns registered: infringement and validity smirches. Evidence collect- od (n patent Bulls. Itppprts prepared for 'counsel. Write for, spert wltnesf In patent suits. Pat- ents 99 James Street, TO RENT TO located 10, roomed modern house .vit.h 0 roomed house in sulta'blo for boarding; and room- IIIK house. 329 HiltSt. South. mrticulars see 11.-V, CliW.onn .Po, i'hono 1191. Balmoral TO lio'usos, one S33 15tll St North, ibotween .3rd and 4tli. AVe., 'rooms. One 415 -llth.' St. S.', by :ennls ground: Apply .Mrs.. II. Bur- less, 423 llth St. S.' TO KENT Six roomed modern house SII2 7th' St. S. month. R. V. tiibur r. Co., Plione 1101, Balmoral TO A fully modern house on 6lh -louth between 12th and 13th street .u good locality and on car line. has u full sized cement cellar with the furnlice part dlvjded oft and hati water and gas piped into it. The ground floor has a hall, 'parlor, with open, fire place, dining .room with small china cabinet, kitchen and pan- try. The upstairs has three bed rooms with clothes closets, hall with linen closet and bath room. House built on 38 foot, lot and fenced. Im- mediate possession." Mrs. 'C. op. 610 10th St. or Phone 507. Ox TO of greenhouses., rlonderson Park, three minutes' walk- 'rom car line, tfilack on throe, lots, all fenced, garden full of vegetables, warm double boarded poultry houses for three hundred chickens: good free range; per month. Will a snap on terms to suit purchaser. Xumher of Orpingtons and Rocks, for sale. Apply A. J. Davis'oh, P.. Q. Box 232 TO modern live roomed cottage, No. 968 lOt'h St. S. Possession mnlediately. Terms easy.- Apply S. Stanford, 217 10th St. a. FOR roomed I2th St, A .water, fenced, gar-' den at -back.' .'Apply', at' house.'" weeks ago on tine Belly river on t'lie Montana four borses described as. follows: One erey gelding, weight 1400, dim brand; ine grey mare, weight one -bay ,1100, all of the ;ahove jrandsd over' Ibar over 2 'Also one bay 1400, branded- Hb (connected) on left shoulder Reward of S20 ottered for recovery He'rmbn Hilliner; Mountain Alberta.'. DRAYING Western Transfer Co. Limited. ptjice-r-C. R. Sheds. PHONES: Bffiee 'Stables MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Him Runiiay thrtsETiig.' rig with plows and tank complete; 30' ip engine and -10-61 'separator. -Apr. ply .R. C. Harvey, Raymond. FOR electric .belt. Best make, cost 540; hardly used and in first class condition. Hill sell for S10 or trade 'for "so'fflethtng. Apply Box 39 Herald office. FOR ewes with- [amfos, 8 some mutton in tha bunch Apply Rose Alta. FOR of heavy harness and wagon. Apply first farm. oast of Experimental ...Fartn. FOR saddle horse. .Ap- ply Will Scott, 1215 4th Ave. South, FOB .black' 'Percheron horses, 2 geldings and one mare agefl. 4 and 5 yean weight about'1350. Apply 1. MacDohald, Dallas Hotel. FOR rye seed. Price SI 00 at bin ot Jl'O sacked FOB Magrath Apply C F Slndl tiger Ma grith ___________________208-1J EOR 2QS in Block B; price for each For further infornn tton write C D Nelson R H No- 3 Ctoierdale B C B'OR' heating plant, radiators "with fixtures and .boiler..'Apr plj to the owner o22 12th St South City FOR Portable' En- gine 20 horse power first class con ditlon carrying 130 Ibs steam Apply Rich Harris. Pincher Creek. FOR h p gasoline trsctloli engine and John Deere engine plow1 iWill lake live stock or threshing and plowing in pajment Also for sale a few good young milk, cows W H Pawson, Goald.ale.i Phone; Rural 207 FOR of Dickens .and Alex. Dumas works; also a couple of'sets good novels Apply The alet 324 6th St South TO RENT-r-For a with -.all mode-n conveniences steam beat shower batns plunge etc apply M. C. A. LAND FOR SALE- FOR quarter sec tlon of land betsneen Claresholm and Granum house and tbam chicken house granarj two good wells and sir-all 5 ear ro md Only pel acre on good term's. Write Mrs.-Eliza- be h Peacock lupp Alta and Transfer Nut1 coAir 75, PER NUT COAL, TWO OB SAI W M a 15 on the trunk road' 7 miles east of New Dal': ton, mi'lo; from post ofliCG and store 2 miles from school house, one mile from municipality iulldmg 55 acres fenced: 30 acres under. cultivation: house 12x14 stable 10x12 Piles A. P. Trockstad. Blakesville FOR SALE South of 28 6 18 Soull era Alberta prairie clear Tudson 1% mile. Make me an offer. Dealers get busy D Wolff, Valley City North Dakota SALE OR EXCHANGE FOP work horse weight about 1000 Ibs for oats and ha) Apnl> Lethbridge Laundry (o C S Farrow Manager 10R SALE OR 'sell at a snap the west )iajf Tp i Range 14 Taber district title would exchange Calgary and assume Write I V Smith, B3o Calgary _AIU, ;