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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE L E T It B R I D G E DAILY H B R A I, D 23..M15 EMPRESS ru A C TO-NIGHT CnAO. iiru SIDNEY BRACEY, MIG- ANDERSOX iu JL'UY TWO VIYTAX RJ.C.H in WILY OHAP- DEATH Two Parts. TONIGHT PAIJAMOINT JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS VICTOR MOORE IN THE FAVORITE BROADWAY STAR IN A PICTURIZATION OF THE FUNNIEST SOCIETY COMEDY merntv -----WRITTEN, FINAL1 EPISODE OF UNDER THE CRESCENT JOKER COMEPY WHEN FATHER HAD THE GOUT ORPHEUM MONDAY and TUESDAY "The Mystery "The Battle of Woman" Running Bull" IN TWO MADI- A PART WAR SON IN A GREAT ROLE. BURLESQUE The Bingville Barbeque MAX ASHER IN FUN Mr. Moulton VIOLINIST "Pattie" in Latest Songs The Orpheum Orchestra QUALITY NOT YOUR COUPONS GENERAL HUGHES WAS BIGHT OX THE JOB CHARLIE AT THE EMPRESS j The Empress Theatre are offering tonight and tomorrow one of the most diversified programmes that they 'llave had the nrivilepe to offer their patrons for some lime. The feature ;of li'.e programme Is a two-reel scream, featuring Charles Ohaplin and Keystone .Mabel lin "Cansht in a Carabet." Caariie and .Mabel need no further introduction. Their work to- qelhcr is too well Known to be com- inented on. Suince lo sa: that "Caiifht in farabet" lives up to the standards sei by Charlie in his other pictures. The rest of the programme is made up of good dramas and comedy j dramas. "The Death is a. pic- ture that cannot, fail to grin the audi- ence. holding them intensely in line I with the story till the end. Vivian Rich, the celebrated actress, is seen lo advantage in "The Chaperon." for a a unique pic- ture, completes a very enjoyable pro- gramme. AT THE OKPHEUM Mrs. Lee. with No. won the diamond ring on Saturday. The drawinc was conducted by volunteers from the audience. The manager will Eive another diamond away on Fri- day. September so save youn con- I'ons. C'.eo Madison in a big two-reel iea- ture. "The Mysiery Woman." one of those Queer, fascinating plays she ex- cels in. "The Battle of Running Bull" is a scream from start to reels of mililary burlesque, and then Max Aslier ploying another crazy comedy, j'Tlie riingville -Karheciue." If you can sit ihrough the photo- plays" tonight, hear the best, srches- ira'in the city, late songs, and not en- joy this show, you need a doctor. Don'i forget: two machines, clear, steady pictures and no waits. BUILDER OF '.BRIDGES LIEUT.-COL. R. I. TOWERS Of Sarnia. Ont., a Varsity graduate of Toronto University, now -with the 27th Borderers, who has oeen appointed to command the 70th Battalion. Canada's Minister 0? Militia in a curious setting, photographed si a recent TFelEh-Eistedfodd or festival at Banger. The figure in front is the lady harp- ist for the occasion. As she was a'bout to play the Eistedfodd song her chair slipped from the stone and she would have fallen but for the ready assist- ance of the General. British papers commented on his quick-witted TO FARMERS! In addition to our Lethuridge Office, our Mr. Harris has opened an office at 134 8th Avenue West. Calgary, Phone M4455, and will he able to supply HARVEST HELP. Have also mcde arrangements to engage SOLDIERS to assist, but we will require FOUR DAYS' N'OTIOE to get leave for them. PHONE, WRITE OR WIRE ORDERS. J. HARRIS CO. PHONE 1412. P. O. BOX 531 CANADIAN PACIFIC GREAT LAKES Steamship Service Express Sail from Fort William at 2 p.m. and Port Arthur at 3 p.m. to Port McNicoil as under: S.S. Alberta ............Sundays S.S. Athabaska .......Thursdays S.S, Aitinffaola ........Tuesdays S.S. Keewatin Fridays 5.5. Manitoba ..........Saturdays Upon arrival o[ steamers at Port McNicoil, express train is run to connection with trains for all -parts of Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, and New England States.. SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. Latest, and most improved life saving life boat drill and demonstration on every.trip (cr information of passen- lights in every promenade deck giving uninterrupted view around constant wireless communication with all parts, of the bulletins giving latest world's news regularly afternoon tea Steamers pass through the Islands of the Georgian Bay. SPECIAL TOURIST FARES TO ALL POINTS THF. FAST Train connecting with these steamships leaves Lethbridge 'wo days prior lo arriving Fort William in time for passengers to obtain breakfast on steamer. For berths and other information, apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent or LETHBRIDGE TICKET OFFICE AT DEPOT, DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight Sheds.. PHONES: Office 1163 Stables.......... 1064 Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL ffp -IE PER TON CASH.. I 3 j .NUT COAL, TWO ge OS TONS, CASH 632 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Circful and Prompt Service BHHMBHHKSMMBHM MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description order. Get. our prices and BANK CHANGE AT MILK RIVER Milk Hiver, AitR.. Aug. [our years of service. .Mr. B. R. John- son, better known as of the Biuik of Commerce staff, retired on Saturday from the local branch. Mr. .Johnson was transferred here from the Taber branch a year and a half ago. and since then has made a large circle of friends. It is his intention to work in the harvest fields to reduce a little of the surplus, so that he may join one of the new regiments now bein? recruited in Caigary. Mr. Young of the Carmangay staff succeeds Mr. Johnson. TENDERS TKNUKUS lv'H received for a supply of Xo. I Timothy Hay up lo ono thousand Ions; shipment to bo ina'dc dm-ins tho next. Iliroc months; HiiotiUioas sliould be made F. O. B. Fcrnlo and Michel, with Uie under- standing tlml Ihc order or any part ot the tender can Ire accepted. Address replies to, THE CROW'S NKST PASS COM. COMPANY, LTD. Fertile, B. C. Tenders For School House Sealed Tenders will be received hy the Board of Trustees. School Dis- trict Xo. Coaldale. Alberta, at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer, up to noon .Monday, August 30th.. for the erection of a-frame school build- ing, and small barn. Plans and speci- fications may be seen at tile office of the Citizens'" Lumber Co., Lethbrtdpe. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted. W. F. THOMPSON, Secretary'Ti-s'asurer. Coaldale, Alberta, Aug. 3D, 1H15. PASTEURIZED MILK Wo deliver Pasteurized quarts for All disease germs destroyed unimpaired, Asfc your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE GUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-. K.M. Holm" graduate ot the Pennsylvania Ortni> pEdlc institute. Medical Gymnastics Dlectri cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Treatments, Electrolysis and sows pcolng Treatments grow g polotment only. Room 1. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Haarlom's Private Hospital .Maternity Home. Special rates ec en application. 1224 1th Aw South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING r S Funeral Director and Enitmlmer; also agent the Someri-llle Marbta Granite Works of Calgary. Office opponlto Sourt House. Phone 561 Star ience 2S4 7th Ave. 3. Phone HIS. Open day and night. ____ i V HUHST, EMBALMER PUN- 'ERAL Ave. a Phcae 1802. Open night and dsj. PIANO TUNING 0 H CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Aaan., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South.____________ MEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. -Hours p.m. Office 814 Third Avenue. Phone 1263. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office bours Office Pbone 319; Residence 1090. DR. Eye. infl Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment; Fbonei: Office 241. Re- silience 593 DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental siirgeong. Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms S and 3, Bryta Block. Phona 1071. OR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtioe uate of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Alta. DRS. MAHRB AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Chire. Hours: 9 to 5. Offica, Hig- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. Q. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) UD.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 8-8 Klein- bothara Block. CHIROPRACTORS PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 1th Avenue North. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kaisomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters' in Lethbridga. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. Leth- bridge, Alta. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Auto Liv- ery. Phone 588. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenua S. Phone 1717 nnd shoes will .be called for and delivered. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER "STUDIOT 006 Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. SMITH 4 Smith; Mrs. J. B. 4, Dominion Bloclc. Consultation and spinal an- alysls given free. Adjustments at your home by appointment. Hours 30.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of ail kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations 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, GRAIN AND PRO. DUOE and detail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, faifa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, Und A7e. South; Phone 496, Lethbricige. Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING SEE oun WORK BEFORE YOU Lethbridge Monumental j and Cut Stone Works] 'w, A. HENDERSON Lethbridge 'NUdicIn, Ha: Winnipeg Chartered AciountanU Accountancy in Ms branches- Audit, Ssr.-cinrlal, Ad- visory, .Lematizing, and Trust Jnvei- tigations. Acadla Building, ,Lflthbrlagt Resident H J. RITCHIE PATEB80N, Char-lurid' AccdUnUnt {Sr.tLJ THE VALET, FRENCH DRY CLEAN- ING AND DYEING busiest and the most -business-like firm or its kiarl in the city. Turns out -work unsurpassed for high clasp Steam and J-Yench Dry Cleaning. Phone Covered rig calls for and delivers on short notice. We are specialists in Chnm.icn! Dry Cieaning. Opposite Herald office. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORK8 have the most modern Steam Cleaning and Wench Dry Cleaning plant in. Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside .Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased 1 will nteo buy the en- tire contents of furnished houaos. Head office at :.he Wilson Furniture Co., 416 134fc St. North Front 1021 WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT maid. AP- lily li> Mrs. II. Davidson, 50'.' Mill Street salesman al once. Steady job. Cloud prospects. Man who1 owns horse and 'but'iyr preferred. Write statins occupation In- Box dining room Bill Apply .1. ilarris Co.. p. O. Box SSI, I'hoiiu M2._________ lOxpurleiu-ed n-aolicr, for Biinii'll village school, male im'ferrml. ProlrKtaill. Alherla qualllk-atlonH. arv per annum: tlulli'o lo com- mence Kiipt. Till. Apply A. llnnill- ton, chnlrmau llurdcll S. U. No. 2088. tlurdi-ll. .Mia. TKAVKLLKK'S WANTKII to devote lliplr whole time (alarliiiB about Ibe end of tliis yoavt lo tnliinp orders for latT Calendars, or soiling as a side line in Western Canada. Klato terri- tory preferred. Xdlie but successful salesman need apply. News Publish- iuy Co., Ltd., I'uhlislicrs i'rintei-s, Truro, X. S. general servant. "Ap ply 7th Avi'. We a foot! position for a wide aivakc liny about Hi wlio would like to learn the clothing busi- ness. Apply Box 1'J Herald. miners. Ap-. ply Canadian Coal t Coke Co.. Coal- hurst, Alberta.____________ -1" as cook to thresh- ing outfit .by capable woman. Applj ng to Box 31 Herald. ___ Girl or woman for general housework on farm. cook. Phone lOnf. city. Must be good 0 HOBROKS AN THE GREAT at the forefront ing and heart written, doing for represcntati terms. Sample Company, Limi D ATROCITIES OK SODS of battle. Most thrill- stirring book ever like wildfire. Bonanza us. Only Dig book free. Winston ted, Toronto. the barber trad' Ing; tools furnli big money. Ci Barber College, Calgary. Alto. aufl women to learn lo: wages while leara- ,shed. graduates make .talogue free. Moler 604-A Centro Street, SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED An experienced engineer. (second class. wants situa- tion. Apply J. Miller, Commerce. Al- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Slna" car irfljood condi- tion Ford or other make, must be at bargain price.' Strict trial required. Box 15 Herald. ____ __ -I want to buy a cheap quarter section. Write me stating lowest cash price. ____ Ten heifers or grade cat- tle'. also calves. Apply Box 30 Her- ald office. P. O. Box ITS responsible party, r. modern .house, Including .KM, reason- ably close in; possession Sept. 10th. Apply Box IS Herald 200-6 second hand single buggy, must be cheap. Apply stating tn Box few second hand mine cars to carry ten or twelve hundred along with mine rails weighing from eight to twelve Ibs per foot. Apply Box 4fi Herald.______________-M LOST AND FOUND automobile crank. Finder please return to Room 2 Alberta BJk. and receive reward. 01' the city, a gold tie pin. Oddfellow design with three inter- secting links. Return to Herald of- fice and receive reward. brown coat containing a >urse and considerable sum of money iome important "bills' and post office f-ceipts. between Lethbridge and -..lit Miip Lake, on road past Charlie Van Horn's farm. Finder please .re- turn to Herald Office and receive a good reward. two weeks ago on the Belly river on the Montana lino, four horses described as follows: One grey gelding, weight 1400. dim brand; one grey mare, weight 1400; one bay mare, weight 1100, all of the above Dranded H over 'bar over 'i on left shoulder. Also one bay mare, weight 1400, branded HL (connected) on left )houlder. Reward, of offered for Hermon Hillmer, Mountain View. Alberta. bay mares, 4 and 11 years both branded C. lazy 4 on left thigh. Four year old has white star on forehead, both bind legs white and one stiff front leg. Other .mare has sihall white spot on forehead; -weight llnQ each. Reward of 510 for returd' to A. Ouskie, Sec 33-11-20. Iron Springs, Aita. TO a good room with-all modern conveniences, steam beat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. II. C. A. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 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 lo for farm lands with ample Irrigated lands from 335. One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years, in irrigation districts, loan for Turn-, buildings, etc., up lo also repayable in est only 6 per cent. Hore is your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- euro your friends an neighbors. For literature and particulars apply lo F, T. CAMERON, Gcn'l Supt. of Landt Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.H: CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON 4 SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge PATENT SOLICITOR WM. 8. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Attorney. 15 years oxpori'onio1 in Cunana and U. S. inventions prompt- ly patented. Trade Marks anil slgna registered: Infringement asd validity searches. Evidence collect, ed In palcnt nults. Reports prepared for counsel. Writo. -for information. Expert witness In patent cuts obtained In all countries. 9D St. James Street, Montreal. TO KENT TO located 10 roomed modern house with r, roomed house In roar; unilable for hramllns and i.iK house. :i20 llth SI. South. Minir-ulnm sou It. V. Gibbons Co., Ilill. TO nouses, one 3113. Inlh Si North, between 3rd and Itli Ave.-, r, rooms. One Htli St. leunis Krouiiil. Apply Mrs. li. BurJ ROSS, roomed modern liouso S.-.J 7lb St. S. ?I2 month. II, V. Cilblions Co., Phono Halluoral _ ______________ 'I'D roomed cottage with electric lisht. water, lien house and panien ?S month. Apply -Mrs. lloyle. nmi tith WANTED TO furnished bedrooms. Apply Mrs. R. Virtue. 1232 3rd Ave. S. _ ._zlid2 TO fully modern bouse on Hill Ave. South between 12th and Uth streets, in pood locality "and on car line. It has a full sized cement cellar with the furnace part divided off and has water anil Kas 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. 1m- mediate possession. Mrs. C. McKil- lop. BIO 10th St. or Plione 5117. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR thresherman's com- plete outfit consisting ot Marshall VS 4 cylinder gas engine and lied UK ,-er Spe'cial Slix.ili Separator; Stewart" Sheaf Loader. 2 cabooses complete with stoves, dishes, etc., oil etc. Also n bottom engine gang'With? breaker attachments. Complete out-' fit ready to start work. reason for selling. If interested en- quire Western i Canada Agency Ltd.. Lethbridge. FOI1 number'Ot good sec- ond hand sewing machines, a fine line nf stoves and ranges, two dandy sil-- snt salesmen, one No, n Underwood visible typewriter and a store full of high class furniture. Give us a call. Satisfaction guaranteed. City Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. S. FOR Office Fixtures: A number of lock boxes complete with keys, general delivery pigeon-holes, money order and registered wickets, stools, desks, tills, cash boxes ami other equipment for immediate sale at a 'bargain. E. N. Iliginbotham, Lethbridpe. l-ult Humley threshing rig with plows and tank complete; 30 h.p. engine and 40-iil separator. Ap- ply R. C. Harvey, Raymond. SHEEP FOR ewes with lanvbs, 8 rams, some mutton in the bunch. Apply Rose Bros., Kimball, FOR of heavy" 'horses, harness and wagon. Apply first east of Experimental Farm. '210-rfi1 FOR rye seed. Price Jl.OO at bin or sacked Magrath. Apply C. F. Sindlinger, Ma-f grath. PROPERTYFORJSALE FOR have 2 lots by Fieet.wood School, clear, in exchange for house on south side; balance by monthly instalments. Will assume' small mortgage, no shacks. Box it. Herald FOR roomed collage. balance 510 per month. Apply Box 6 Herald. LAND FOR SALE FOR quarter ..sec- tion of land between Claresholm and Granum; house and 'barn, chicken house, granary, two good wells and small lake year round. Only per acre on good terms. Write Sirs. Eliza-, both Peacock. Klpp, Alta. FOR W. 'A 34-5-1 (lie trunk road 7 miles east of New Day- ton. mile from post office and store, 2 miles from school house, one mile from municipality building; 55 acres fenced 30 acres under cultivation; bouse ISxM; stable 10x12. Price S1000 A. P. Trockstad, Alta.' '2iO-B SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR work horse, weight about 1000 Ibs., for oats and hay. Apply Lelhbridge Laundry Co.. C. "S. Farrow. OR sell at a snnp the west half Sec.. Tp 7 Range 4th Meridian, Taiier district; unbroken land; clear title- would exchange, for residence in. Calgarv and assume reasonable loan. Write J V Smith, 535 18th Ave. West, Calgary. FOR worth of Lelhlirldge city property; houses revenue tearing '.'and clear title lots, including several business blocks on Fifth Street. We can. trade for largo or small With the, largest, wheat crop in Che history of. Canada, means more railroads tiir Lethbridge. Now la your chance to get in right. W.e have Alberta land to trade for land in the States. We have a. fine farm 10 trade for'a homo in Spokane. have some fine tim- ber in Oregon to trade for land In Alberta. We can sell Ihe litrgestand smallest tract of land the cheapest of any man in Alberta, Try us. We will sell a good coal mine, fully equip- ped, vovy cheap. If yon nre out for business see T. M. Huff, Box 457. o( Room 10, Alberta Block, Letlibi-ldge, Alberta. ;