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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO 'DAILY. HERALD "j-Keels i Aiarinott and George Koberl "X 5-Heels FRIDAY, AUGUST. 25, SPECIAL ,PATHE ENGLISH GAZETTE PATHE PRESENTS THE FAMOUS SCREEN ARTISTS In a Picturiraiion of George Barr McCutchcon's Popular Novel Everyone has read the Story. Don't fail to the Play. THE POPULAR LITTLE SCREEN STAR Marie Doro in Heart oi Jsorali Flyim' MUTUAL MASTERPIECE DE LUXE "MASTER SHAKESPEARE" STROLLING PLAYERS Featuring the Popular Little Screen Star FLORENCE LABADIE. America First" and Cartoon Komlc. "Ruining Randall's Reputation comedy. ESPECIAL fl MPRESS TONIGHT Save The Gii'ls the Greatest Problem Play Ever Presented on the Motion Pic- ture Screen BEAUTIFUL BLUEBIRD PHO- TOPLAY INTRODUCING THE NEW STAR MAKY As the Shop Girl who was com- pelled by inexorable fate to "Literally Sell out for a pair of Lois Weber's greatest pro- duction. A triumph in photoplay- ing. Three eventful weeks in the life of a half-slave shop girl, driven to sin through no fault of her own. A LESoON FOR EVERY PAR- WARNING TO EVERY SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLEM. C ALSO IHARLIE HAPLIN in "SHANGHIED" for the Last Time. What the Press Agents Say At Starland I The week end program at Starlnnd promises to be one 01 the best shown j in (iie city for '-hue. Fauia .Mar-. inoff. the beautiful Russian star. George Robert ami other popular fav- i oilrltvs will be seen in a picturlzntlon of George llarr McCutcheon's widely- read novel. in addition to the .feature a Pi'.the English Gazette will I he shown. La Hfliiio and Robert Vaughn, two lov- ers. quarrel over Hit1 claim of the two writers to the authorship of the Shakespeare ula.vs. There are also some other good pictures, namely "See America First" comedy cartoon, also some first I class slap-stick comedy which is sure to please one and all. SITUATIONS VACANT At the OrpheuiB ".Master Shakespeare. Strolling play- er" a five part production "from the .Thaahouser studios which _is based on I the Shakespeare-Bacon controversy. In the playt which features Florence DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight Sheoi DONT I FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU A JOB TO OFFER Please rraNFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Howard Slulchbun; Sey. At tlie Empress Charlie ClinpHn in Shaiighied will seen at the Empress for last for Accountant's Office. Must bo smart i" appearance and ot good address. One leaving high school or haviui; slight, previous office experience preferred. Age 1S-32. Reply llox 31. Herald office. 81M to assist on books. .Must be accurate-ami quick at figures and good penman. Siate experience aud salary expected. Box 21. Herald. 216-6 boy. fifteen or six- time toniaht. The feature "Shoes" teen years. Nent npnearnnce and with which tells tlie tragedy of a girl who j ambition and worth per month, is sold for a "air of shoes, is a most To commence at oner. Keply iu own sympathetic picture, full ot heart iu-j handwriting. Box. 1C. Herald. 21G-C terest. which features n new star in j stenographer. Mary .McLaren. Salary per month. Answer slat- ing experience. Box IS, HeruUL 216-6 North Dakota fears a seed famine. Moose .law's tax rate has been lixed at mills. i bi'lk'o boy. Coiiec- Ition Agency. International Harvester 'Co. of Canada, Ltd. MORTGAGE SALE OF FAKM PROPERTY Pursuant to the directions of the Registrar and by virtue of the powers of Sale provided'by The Lftud Titles' Act. under a certain mortgage which experienced maid to assist in general housework and help take care of children. High wages, no washing. Apply at once. Mrs. L. Keel, 319 7th St. Engineer and mine lilaeksmith Win- ter's job, steady employment. Apply office or phone, 120 Taber. Rock Springs 'Coal and Brlcl; Co.. Ltd. 216-6 and aim. shine ut I Alexandra Hotel .Pool Room. 216-U Returned Soldiers Bureau, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. i. R. OLIVER, the town of-Tabcr iu tbe.Proviuce tor 1 1 housework. of Alberta on Saturday, tbe llith day Good wages. Apply SIS Mil Ave. S. oE September, 1916, at the hour ot 12.30 o'clock, iu the afternoon, the j First following property, namely: j for dry goods .class saleswoman and ready-to-wear. oowng propery, namey: or r The south east quarter of Section Splendid position for capable woman. Twenty-seven (27) Tuwnsuipiten (10) (Apply to Clarke Co. Lethbridge._ Cit-tnan MCI n-oei rtf thd Pnurlh i 215-0 Sixteen 116) west ot the Fourth I Meridian; subject however, to such mineral reservations, as in the existing Certifies ever, to such for small i-.may appear 0 miles nortu east of Leth- ---------D -ite of Title. bridge. Apply Ingram, Box Terms of sale to be 15 'per ceut. Lethbridgr. or phone R. S15. 214-0 j Terms o sae o e per ceu cash at time of the sale and the bal- ,.v -....v. lad about 17 to work on ance according to the terms and con- j ,DDlv rox's Dairy City Clsrk. Secy. diuons to be nlade knolvn at the time e ,065 :vve i S. 215-6' of sale or upon application