Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
i-. s T.H B. L ETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD .....t >.______1 -a Animated HI ever licra. fHEATRE OF ..-.-UK SURPRISES TO-NIGHT ORPrifcUm' i CHAPLIN AND MABEL MJJI -'MP, FOR A NIGHT. T Tonight PARAMOUNT VICTOR MOORE A Screamingly Funny Story of a Milkman who becomes a timlllionaire Duke THE WILY DEATH BICE TWO PARTS-'-ODOIMr. FOR A NIGHT. TENDERS NESTOR COMEDY WHEN FATHER HAD THE GOUT TOPICAL WEEKLY Tonight UNIVERSAL THE CROWN OF DEATH E Final Episode of "Under The Crescent" Scries HAZEL DAWX TX "XIOBE" him most loudly are ridiculing him loan, saying, behind his back, and il is wHh ditfl- I culty thai he is restrained from up his new found position aim 1 riches This convulsinc comedy has I also a sirens' romantic element. "The-'.Crown, qf. thermal "When Fa- to make r' rnniedv f Hfer helps be Hazel Dawn in "N'iobe." ,AT- THE-. EMPRESS' enjoyable pro- Charlie Chaplin. i screen comedian, and ilabel Normand I Tomorrow's Paramount icature wi.. are at the Empress tonight in a comedy scream. "Caught in a Cars- heL" Charlie and Mabel are always welcome visitors to the local picture house, and the fun that they provide lingers Ions in the minds of the pic- ture following public. This comedy is equal to any that Charlie has tak- en part in. and judging from his past pictures, "Caught in-a Carabet" is a real laugh producer. The remainder of the programme is made up of unusually good picture. "The Wily featuring Viv- ian Rich, is that cannot a unique comedy-drama a fail to please. "The Death a strong drama in tvo parts is of exceptional interest. Mr. George .Fleming, Lethbridge s popular baritone, appears at the Em- press all this week. "The a Mutual master, piece in five big acts, is the head- liner for tomorrow, and Thursday. "SNOBS" It is doubtful if even a funnier or more refined comedy has ever been witnessed in Lethbridge than the Par- feature being shown at Starland for the last time tonight. In this inimitable satire on can "high Victor Moore is seen in "the role- of a milkman of nc pretension whatever, who suddenly finds himself the sole heir to the title and vast estates of an English duke. He immediately gets all advance on his inheritance, and proceeds to break into society in-a thoroughly'novel and extremely funny manner. He soon finds that" the very people who flatter CLEO MADISON AT ORPHEUM Cleo. Madison, who appears in the eading role 'of "The Mystery Wo- which was screened at the Or- pheuin last night, portrays one ot the best characters that this popular actress has ever played. Many photo fans remember her clever acting in Trey of and her act- ing in "The Mystery Woman" cer- tainlv is of the'same high calibre. The story' is one'Df gripping interest, and Is well worth seeing. Mai Asher in "The Bingville Bar- beque" is at his height in comedy. .Max's reputation is well known, and any comedy that he is responsible for is" comey s a sure'laugh-setter. A reel of cartoons, drawn quickly and -cleverly, appears on the programme ana are sure to please. "The War Burlesque as another two-reel comedy, dealing with the tunny side of war. Pattie sang at last night's show, and made a- decided hit. having to take two curtains. Diamond coupons are out. The programme will be- repeated tonight. 'I am proud today that i us some say, (or I have j been ablr- to lay my little hit of, mono- out to lipht the Germans-ami eel paid for doing so, too. Ics, -Hi per cent, for tisntin? the Germans His maxims on thrift, once quoted onlv in raillory. air today circulat- in Britain tccruisc of the solemn need for ewnomv. -Mlther wadna wast? and 1 should onlv be rhsgrac- ine her memory ii I ls explanation oi his habit, and here ,re the rules he went by 1 Behave towards as would hv vour best iriend. View 111" 'reckless money speml- er'as a criminal, and shun his com- 'T' Dress neatly, not lavishly. A lank pays a higher rate of interest ;han vour back. Take your amusements judi- ciously. Vou wculii enjoy them net- 's' Don't throw away your crusts-, them. They art as strengthening 6 It is more exhilarating to tee! money in your pocket than bers in vour stomach. 7. Remember it only takes twenty- shillings 'to make a pound, and twelve Bennies to make a shilling. S You can sleep, better .liter a. hard day's work than-alter a days idleness. 9 get Mod value trom tradesmen.'They they get good monev from you. 10 There is as much pleasure ;n reading a good bankbook as a novel. HARRY LAUDER'S MAXIM ON THRIFT After aidinz in recruiting after sending his only son to the colors, after nursing him oi wounds so ne might quickly-return to the trench" Harry- Laiider puts of 'savings into the newest British NEW BRITISH THE GALLIPOLI to an Italian authority can be kept iresh a year b! cSting them with unsaltcd l.aru and storm? them in a cool, well-vcntilat- place. New position .secured by the Australians in the advance against the Turks at Dardanelles. WHAT THE BRITISH SUBMARINES DID FT According to an Athens despatch British submarines performed the daring feat of getting through the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmora, past Constantinople into the where they destroyed the former German cruisers Breslai! and Goeben. TO FARMERS! In addition to our Lethbridge Harris has opened an office at 134 9th Avenue Phone M446o, and will be able to supply HARVEST HELP. .Have also made arrangement to engage assist, tut we will require FOUR DAIS NOTICE to get leave for them. PHONE 1412. PHONE, WRITE OR WIRE ORDERS. J. HAKKIS GO. P. O. BOX iii THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances 'the patient. Poor patients cared for free oi charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For'further .partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion? 413 14th St. S. Phono 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor'. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad: Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Crag. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. p, R. Freight Sheds. PHONES: Pony Express andTransfer CJ> 7R CC Phone 632 NUT COAL. PER TON CASH. i NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH WB. Fiitn Street South. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cireful and Prompt Servlci Frank Steam Coal Is the Besfr'Coalfor-all Plpujh- ing P.ijt or any 'other Slej'm- Powcr Outfit.- Try" it'once and you'll use no other. You can buy it only at Becker Yatcs Lethbridge Phone 13M For Sale or We have a block of 650 acws in the famous Creiton Fruit District within one mile of the Duck' Creek Railway .Station. 400 acres can be cleared and planted to Fruit Trees, balance tine Hay and Pasture land anU will raise. Clover and Alfalfa, can be irrigated if main inter-provincial touches the property. Would make splendid wtth unlimited mountain range back of it'. Is-easUy cleared and well watered. Will make .very valuable property when-improved; Will sell right long terms if fie. cart pl- si'tbstantial hero1 of 'cattle and possesses some means for de- veloping purposes, or will con- sider a trade, for farm lanW lo-. cated between Lethbridge 'and Barons. f, LUND LAND AND DEVELOP- MENT CO., LTD. Wardner, B. C. kit l piit .a TENDERS will be received (or a supply ol -No. 1 Timothy Hay up to one thousand tons; shipment to be nude during the nest three months; quotations should bo made 1''. O. B. Fernio and Michel, with the under- standing tliat the whole order or any part of the tender can be accepted. Address replies lo. TUB CROWS NEST PASS COAL COMPANY, LTD. Fernie. B. C. Tenders For School House Sealed fenders will be recel-ed by the" Board of Trustees. School Dis- trict -No. 32C7. Coaklale. Alberta, at office of the Secretary-Treasurer, jlp'lo noon.. Monday. August 30th.. for 'the erection of a frame school build ing. and small barn. Plans and speci- ilcatioris niay be seen at the office of the Citizens' Lumber Co.. Letlibridsc. The lowest- or ter.der will not necessarily be accepted. W. P. THOiil'SON, Secretary-Treasurer. Coildale, Alberta. Aug. 20, F Mammoth" Si- D. No. U7J. commence Sept. l-n. 1760 per year. Apply .1. J iec.-Treas., Raymond, AHa._________ competent maid Ap- ply to Mrs. R. R. Diivlusc-i. Street v W salesman at once. Steady job. Good prospects. -Man vho owns horse arid Hmsw preferred. Write stating past occupation to S Herald. I f dining room girl. Apply J. Co., 1 O Eox 53t. Phone teacher, for Burtlett village school, mule preferred, Protestant. Alberta iiualtflcatious, sal- arv-S750 per annum; duties to com- mence Sept. 7th. Apply-to A. Hamil- ton, chairman Burdett S. JJ. Burdetl, Alia. PASTEUKIZED MILK deliver Pasteurized quarts for Jl.OO. -All disease germs unimpaired.- Ask your- Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairj Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phone 157B. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE OUPERFLOUS HAIR K.M. Helmei graduate ot ths-Pennsylvania Orthe- psedic Institute, Medical MassagJ and Gymnastics Blectn- cal Therapeutic _usn> Treatments. Electrolysis and Suanv pooing 'Treatments given or pointment 1. Hun T.-S Fullers Director aad Eibalme'r; also agent :or the Somerville Marble Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite House. Phone 661 Reil- lencB 281 7th Are, S. Phone 1176. Open day and.nltht. RIVATE HOSPITAL -Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Ho.pital and Maternity Home. Special rates JIT- en on application. AT.nu. South! Phone 746. UNDERTAKING Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN. ERAL 3rd Aye. S. Phone 1802. nisht and day. PIANO TUNING i. H. CSIPPS, EXPERT :TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hfin oure Certificate-MT. Assn.. London England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the city: Pnom 1168 1253 6th Ave.'A''South. TtfrrioN PUPILS FOR pj'ANP-rOrl'a'ndo Kay 1401 7th DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora ors, Paperhangers and--Painters Kalsomining, General -Decoratin and Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters, ir. Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock, Lett- bridge, Alia. MEDICAL W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. SM Third Arenu'e. Phone 1253." IR. Sherlock Blocll Residence 1260 Shth Avenue. Office hours 1-3; Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. IP. TAYLpR--Bar. Eye. Nose and 'Sherlock Bldt" Office hpurn evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341, Re- sidence 593 TsiTUATIONS VACANT____ lo Salary Brown, 2 PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOOK Lawyer (U.S.) and Roslstdr'ed Patent Attorney. 15 years experience Canada and U. S. Inventions ly patented. Trade Marks aud. slgnfl registered; Infringement and' validity searches. .Evidence collect-.( ed in patent suits. Reports prepared for counsol. Wrlto for informiitiou. Expert witness In patent Pat- ents obtained In. all'countries. .99 James Street, Montreal. TO KENT .devote TO tin... (starting about the TO nouses, one 333 15th St. North, between 3rd and 4th Ave, One lull 'uy iiinil Apply Mrs. Ii. Biir- gess. 'illhjit. TO roomed cottaBO -with electric light, water. Jien houso.flnd Kiu'den. per Apply W furnished bedrooms Apply Mrs. W, H. Virtue 1232 fully on 6th Ave South between 12th and 13.th streets 111 "nnl1 locality and- on. car lun'J laiiiini'b in-..--.......-i cnd-of this year) to' taking orders for Ml Calendars, or selling as a line' in''Western Canada, State tern- tory pre'ferrcil. None hut successful sale'smairVWd' apply.- News Publish- ing Co., Ltd., Publishers Printers, Truro. genera! servant. Ap- ply -7BO''7th Avon's. i furnace part divided off-sand PI- and gas -piped intb it. Thu has a -hall, parlor.-.-wItli open nre place, dining room with have a good position for'a awake boy'about Hi wh6 would.like to.learn. tlle: clothing busi- ness; Annly Box 18 Herald. open re small china cabinet.-kitchen and trv The upstairs lias three -bed. ro'oms clbthen closets, hall with linen closet, and bath room: House built on 38 foot lot and fenced. Im-.. mediate possession. M.rs. 0. XIcivil- lop 610 10th St. or I'l'.one .bfi.i.- miners. Ap-. piy-Canarlian Coal Coke hurst; Alberta. WANTEDr-Gir! or woman for general housework .on Jar'ra. Must cook, Phone 1656 city. HORRORS' ATROCITIES OF THE ORE AT' WAR-Canada'. Son, it the fotelroht of battle. Most thnll- and heart stirring book ever Going like rtldta. Bonanza MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TOK ..Motor Cycle; 4. h.p.. good condition. Apply Box 40 Herald office. _ women to learn tarber'tradb: whilo l.arn. tools .finished, graduates k mntiev Catalogue free. (Siege, MM. Jlolei FOR SALE-A threshernmn s com- plete outfit consisting of Marshall 3. h p I cylinder gas engine and Red lu- ver Special SGxSO Separator; Stewart Slieaf Loader. 2 cabooses comploto with stoves, dishes, etc., oil. drums, eti- Also B bottom engine gang, wltn breaker attachments. Complete out- fit to start work. -Ill.neaitn, reason for selling. If interested en: quire Western Canada Agency, rO number nf good sec- ond hand sewing machines, a fine line of stoves and ranges, two dandy sil- Dnt salesmen, one No. a Underwood visible typewriter 'and a store full of. high class furniture. Give us a 'call, guaranteed. City Second: Hand Store, 40j'atli. St. S. DENTAL DR.-M. j.' graduate" otBoyal Collegi of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental- Certificate. Office: Rooms C aad 8, Bryan Block. Pbon. 1071. DR. L. T. (iucceaeoi to brs. Couitlet uate Unlreritty of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Hacdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart aad -Mo. Clure, Hours: 9 to 5. office, aiz- '.nnotaara Block. Phone 374. DR. E. S. mem- ber o! Royal Cpllere of fEng.) Licentiate Royal College oi Physicians 1900. Hours: 3-12; 1-S. OfSce; nisin- bothara Bloxilt. (second class. wants- s iiof Apply. J: MJHf, want to Ini. _. aid office. single CHIROPRACTORS SMITH t Smith; Mrs B. .4. Dominion Blocfe Consultation and spinal ah- alysis given free. Adjustments al your home 'by appointment Hours 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 209 HAY, GRAIN, FEED FOR Rumley threEhing rig with-plows and tank complete; 30 h.n engine and 40-K4 separator. Ap- ply R. C. Harvey, Raymond. FOR ewes.with 8 rams, some, mutton .in the Rose' Bros'., Kiniball, lam'hs, bunch. Altn. FOR of heavy harness and wagon. Apply first' farm east of Experimental Farm. FOR rye seed.. .Pries 00 at bin 'or jfl.20 sackeil F.O.B. Magrath. Apply C. Jia- grath._________. ..20.8r-42 PROIE'ERTY FOR SALE FOR EXCHANGE-1-Have; -I, lots- By Fleetwood School, clear, in eichanse house on south side; monthly- instalments. Will -assume small mortgage, fio shacks.' Bos Herald office. FOR roomed balance per month. Apply Box 0 Herald. Windsor Hotel, a white .breast, SjingSarV.wS.y around nek 6wers'tq..name of Jack. Liberal- re- BALED HAY AND o all 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 .1214. P. 0. Box 112. to name ui ,wSd; proprietor, a gold uefpTir Auto Livery HENDERSON ery. Phone GARAGE Liv. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phono 1717 and shoes will to called for and delivered. A. EVLYN SMItH PHOTOGRAPHER r. STUDIO: 906 Third Avenue South; APPOINTMENTS W. A. HENDERSON uethbrldj. MedlclnV'Hir Chartered AccountsVlU ncoountancy In all its bratic Audit, Secretarial, Ad--1 ..vlsory, and Trust Work, llgations, Ltuuidatioal, WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DUCE and Aetail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falta, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats. Bran, and Peed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone Lethbridge, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING [Ice. a'nrt One lirowS coat containing rarse and considerable sum mflney nme important 'bills., und post office between Lethbridge and i.r-Vi3. past Charlie Van'Horn's farm. Finder please re: turn to. ;Herald Office and receive good two .weeks.ago on the AcadK Building, Resident j RITCHIE PATEHiON, AecounUnt THE VALET, FRENCH DRY CLEAN- ING AND DYEING busiest and the most .business-like firm of. its kind in the city. Turns out work unsurpassed for high class Steam and French Dry Cleaning Phone 1S12." Covered rig calls for and delivers on "short notice. We arc specialists in Chemical Dry' Cleaning. Opposite Herald office. DYEING WORKS have the most modern Stjiam Cleaning .and French Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta- Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Pliono 444, beside Fire Hall. Belly-river on the ijontana line, four follows: One. grey gelding, weight 1400, dim brand; one grey mare, weight 1400; one bay mare weight. of. the above branded H over over J on left shoulder, Also pn.n.bay mare, weight 1400 branded HL. on left Reward of ?20 offered for recovery, Ilermon. Ilillmer, Mountain View.' Alberta. ijOS-rwo ay years- old, both-Aranded G lazy 4 on eft thigh Four year old has white star on forehead. legs white Other mare las small white spot on forehead- weight ll.iO.each, li.oward of for return, tt, A. 6uskie, SCR AUCTIONEER W.'-L. WILSON, LicenMil Auctioneer, of soles conducted. Terms reasonable. .'Prompt 'settlements. Job. lots ot stocks of- mcrchanaiuo purchased. 1 will also buy eiv fife contents of ftmiishcd'- Irousci. offlce at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. Norta 1Q23. bay mares, 4 and 11 FOR office JV- niini'ber of lock.ooSeS eonlplete'.wltii, keys, general .delivery' money order and registered: wickets, s'obis. d.islis, boxes and- oriier equipment for immediate sale at a bargain. K. N. Higinhotham, Lethhrldgo. TOR ter sea tion of land betueen CISresholm and Tranum house and barn chicken house gianar t o good v ellfr anrt small lake jeir round Onl per acie on good teims Write Mrs both Peacock, Kipp, Alta'.. FOR W 4i D 17 on thB uirk ro d i miles wH; ton 4 mile fiom post offlce and stole miles from school fiotise from municlpill hjilding( 55 KoWS fenced 30 acres under house stable Prfre 51000 i P Tiockstad Blakesulla SALE OR EXCHANGE c FOR SAIT1 OR ha e a numhei of well inroro ed films foi sile t pri es ranging fiom S1000 per acie N B I'eat Itoom 10 Macdonald Elk liSzS work hbrsa, weight loout 1000 Ibs for 6ats inj S Appl) lehlndge Laundry Co clt> worth of houses revenue Wring and i'ltie loll mclurTiiik severil blocks on 1 itth Stieet WO ojn iUad4 for Hrge oi bmall tracts -WJtlv laigest vheat crop in the History tf Oanada means irofe ailroads tor lethhridge Now Is jour chance to get in right Wo hine All-td land to trade fo had in the Stutei We have a fine farm to trade for a home In Spokan Wo have lomc fine Mm her in Oregon to irade Tor land Alberta Wo can sell the largest and __________. mallest tricl of land the cheapest of THIS GOES TO PRESS AT 1 any mm In Try us We O'CLOCK P M. CLASSIFIED, sell t ooal mine fully eqnip AbS MUST'SE DELIVERED BY j, ed very cheap It you are out lot THIS' HOUR ,TO ENSURE IN (business see T M Huff BERTION THE SAME DAY AS I Room 10 Alberta ABn'KBvn r-- I Alberta .r. room -with al modem cohvenienccs. steam heat shower: plunge, apply -Y M.-C. A.