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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO .....THE E T I! B RI D.G E... D-A IL Y ,4IJE R A L D THURSDAY, AUGUST ORPHEUM-TONIGHT- Vlvlnn Mar- M'trv Fuller in "The i i i r ried, Comedy, laugliAlol i.iim. Mvslery of (Svayson .nail" in 2 acts, gmil and then .fun, "Bear Juvenile Satin-day-, "Biillifar of BrUlfffiH" Warwick All-British Coupons to Sept. 3. AND MA; TEAKBEE OLAY N 5 PA-RTS FEATURING THE POPULAR STAR ROBT. EDSON A "POWER" TO NlfHT iVBHtlN AM-ARET." FEATURING CHAS. CHAPLIN AND KEYSTONE MABEL. MR GEO. FLEMING-BARITONE. "THE A SYMBOLIC PHOTOPLAY IN 5 PA'RTS, FEATURING THE POPULAR STAR ROBT. EDSON AS, "POWER" mm TONIGHT Paramount Feature Hazel Dawu as "Niobe" A Fanciful Comedy blending the Ancient and the Modern See the Volcano See the Destruc- tion of the Marble Palace. "The Pinch" ONE ACT DRAMA TWO ACT COMEDY ROSEMARY THEBY AS "The Tomboy Girl" High Life at the Bearding School. I8Z DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONEST Office............ 1163 Stables.......... 1064 Pony Express andTransfer ;NUT, COAL'. "CO "JC. IJEft .TON, CASH.. I 9 :HUT COAL, TWO CC OK TONS.fCASH ?9ib9 632 AT THE ORPHEUM The usual country store will be in evidence at the Ornheum touishl. Be- sides the regular quota of groceries to be given away, the prize list will in- fruits, water melons, peaches, etc. The excellent programme of pic- tures that was shown last night will be shown again tonight. in "Virtusco.'' made a decided hit. and delighted the audience in her charm- inE role. "The Mystery of Grayson Hi'il" is another good picture. Pattie and her songs, and the or- chestra, which i'lays the latest in music, complete an altogether enjoy- able programme. i "NIOBE" Starland's offering last night was surely one long feast of laughter. with the charming and pe- tite Hazel Dawn in the tiile role, is .be last word in refined comedy, and the large audience -was not slow in voicing its approval in rounds of hil- arious laughter. Apart from the humorous element. 'Niobe1' also affords many spectacu- lar surprises, In showing the burning volcano and the flowing lava, the de- struction of the marble palaces, and many beautiful pieces of statuary are also'displayed. Rosemary Thiby, in "The Tomboy a two-reel episode of high life m a girl's boarding school, and "The a well portrayed one-act drama, complete an excellent bill, which will be shown tor the last timo tonight. Tomorrow Starland will offer its usual blg_week-end change. AT THE EMPRESS Robert Edeson, playing the part of in the five-reel Mutual mas- terpiece, "The scored an- other big success in his career of the silent drama, at the -Empress last night The monstrous production lived un to its advance adver- tising, and the large audience was unanimous that 'The Absentee" is one of the best pictures produced. The story carries with it an excellent mor- al lesson that, everyone should hear n mind-, as well as being highly en- ertaining and interesting. Charlie creator of more aughs pel-minute than any other man livina, and Keystone Mabel, kept the audience In a hilarious mood for half an hour, in the two-reel comedy, in a Cabaret." Charlie's role is that of a waiter who endeavors to Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY if you wish. The land will support you and pay for itself. An immenso area of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from 511 to for farm lands with ample irrigated lands from The! Gne-tweutieth down, balance within it, u i-on-UO years. In irrigation districts, loan problem 01 sufficient room .li for farm buildings, etc., up to S2.000, the iportunity to increase your farm hold- iCThe ru'l oi twcht-rs has hut few ings by geWng changes. Principal Daniels reports Big Attendance at Fernie Schools FiTnic. Aug. 3S-Special to the Fernie schools are again in lull working swing. Twenty teachers are busy v.-ith an enroll- ment for tiie new year oi 783 pupils with more in sipM on. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Ctrtful and Frank Steam Coa! li the Best Coal for all Plough- ing Riga or any other Steam- Power Outfit. Try It once ano' you'll no other. You can buy it only at Becker Yates Lethbridge Phone 1384 Threshing Machinery FOR SALE CHEAP. 25 H.P. CASE ENGINE. CASE SEPARATOR. 2MO CASE SEPARATOR. 8 BOTTOM JOHN DEERE EN- GINE GANG. Will aell any or all above goods AT A BARGAIN. M. P. Johnston Co. day, it -will be repeated tonight. Alberta Block Phone 651 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting -nurses for oitj and ail medical and surgical cases (escept contagious and charges according to the oit cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (MiH) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. Cameron, Grad. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurte Companies Winding Tip Ordinance 1903 IN THE MATTER Of THE DAVID- SON METAL COMPANY, LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all the creditors of the Davidson .Metal Company, Limited, and others having claims thereon are required to lend in their claims to the under- jigned or, or before the 10th day of October, 1915. after which date the Liquidator will proceed to distribute the assets of the Company or any part thereof amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which it shall then have lotice. DATED this 3rd day of August 1915. BRITISH TRUST COMPANY, Liquidator. First 4th, 1915. Ad No. S TO-FAJJMEB8! ORDER YOUR HARVEST HELP NOW. WE CAN GET THE MEN. or Wire Orders. Jli money. Catalogue free. Molei Barter CoW. Cwtr. Strert Calcarj, Alta. SITUATIONS WANTED -as cook to 8 threshing outfit by capable woman Apply- Box 31 DENTAL Y. HURST, 6MBALMER ft FUN- ERAL Are. a Phone 1802. Open nlBttt and day. PIANO TUNING G H CRIPPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and- Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate Assn., London, England Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 1253--6U1 Ave. A South., OR. M. j, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DH. L. T. (sncoesioi to Coartiee 'sate XIniveraity of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Maodonald Block. Phono 1165, Alta. 17U-0 DRS. MARR3 AND Sucseasorc to Dre. Stawart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office. Bit- Inbotbam Block. Phone S74. DR. E, G. mem- her of Royal College of Suryronn, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collepti ot Physicians (London.) L.D.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. M JJIgin- hotham Block. experienced engineer, second wants slum- Jon.- Miller, ierta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS_ car in good Condi- lion Ford or other make, must be at bargain price.: Strict trial required Box io Herald: _' PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North, DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors. Paperhansers and Painters; Kaisomining, General .Decorating and Sign Writing! Estimates given. The oldest established Painters h, Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bidg.. Leth- bridge, Alta. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Llv- ery. Phone aSS. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th. Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will 'he called for and delivered. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDIO: 506 Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith; Mrs, 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.SO p.m. Phone 1677 HAY, GRAIN, FEED 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 12-14. P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, 6RAIN AND PRO- DUCE and detail Dealers in all kinds of. Timothy, Al. falfa. Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats. Bran and Peed; M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 436, Lethbridgs, Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING W. A. HENDERSON COY. tethbrldge Medlcln. Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accsuntjrrta Accountancy In all its branches: Audit, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Acadia Building, Lethbrlogt Resident R J RITCHIE. PATERSON, Charurtd ActounUnl 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 1812. Covered rig calls for and delivers on short notice. Wt are specialists in Chemical Cleaning. Opposite Herald office. _____ j_____________ Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and French. Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta Specialists In cleaning and dyeing Phone 444, beside Firo Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lotH of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the fin tire' contents 'of furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Furniture 'lieaath St. Sdrth'huUibrldgs 1023. SITUATIONS VACANT general servant. Ap- ply 123S 4tll Avenue S. salesman at once. Steady job. Good prospects. Man vho'owns horse and 'buggy preferred. Vrite.stating past occupation to Bos Herald. 21lTT5 ,'Q roomed cottage with ilcclric light, water, lieu house and garden. per month. Apply Mrs. loyle, 1706 6th Ave. N. TO fully modern holise on Bill Ave. South between 12th and 13th streets, in good locality and on car inc. It lias a full sized cement collar vith the furnace divided off. and las water and gas piped intq it. The, round floor has a hall, parlor, with jpen firo place, dinins room with small china cabinet, kitchen and pan- The upstairs has three bed with clothes closets, hall with inen closet and bath room. House juilt on 38 foot' lot and fenced. I_m- uediale possession. Mrs. C. McKil- op. ,th Street South. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTBD-rl want to quartet Writ owest cash price. Lethhridge. buy a P. O. Bo cheap heifers or grade cat- tle" also calves; Apply.Box 30 Her- ald' office. second hand single buggy; must be cheap. Apply stating to.Hox 1 Herald. 199-ta few second hand mine cars to carry ten or twelve hundred along with mine, rails weighing from eight to twelve ths per foot. Apply Box 46 Herald. "14-B LOST AND FOUND brown" and white Cameo brooch.: Finder please return to Her- ald office and receive reward. two years ago, one bay horse branded 4X on left shoulder: 8 years old. weight 1250 Itis. -One ba d face bay horse branded quarter circle heart on right hip, six years old, weight 1400 ihs: 510 reward for re turn to Mike Popson, 115 2nd Ave. S Lethbridge, Alta. Windsor Hotel, a yellow shepherd dog, white breast white'ring part way around nedk, an swerii to. name of .lack. Liberal re- vard .I'qr rettir.n .to proprietor, Wind- mf'Hotel.'' sor nuiei.__________ LOST--In the city, a gold tie pin Oddfellow, design .'with three inter ECCting links. Return to Herald ot fice and recelvp Two "bay mares, 4 and 1] years old, both -branded G lazy 4 ot left thigh.' Four yer.i- old has white star on forehead, both hind legs white and one slit; front leg. Other mare lias small 'white spot on forehead- weight 1150 each. Reward return to A. Guskie, Iron Springs, IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE bridged East Pound, since August 22 1915, one hay mare, branded O R over -bar ort left 'flib'uldor. One grey mare, branded N G left shoulder. One dark bay no visible brand; and one colt, no visible''brand. Sec 33-11-20 TO RENT I'O suite for coltp'v e, with board if desired. Apply ti) Uioni 24 Bryan Mock. ,____ rent, furnished lioiisfi furnished housekeeping rooms by. St-jit. first. Apply stating terms in iux -13 Herald. Hy young ijounlo- uost careful tenants, furnished- liouac or ihuugitlow, hcp.tcd preferred; Ms-session Sept. 10th. Rent must bo. nodi-rate. Apply Box 45 Herald of- FOR Motor Cycle, .4 i.p., good condition. Apply Box 411 Herald office. FOR Office A number of lock boxes complete with keys, general delivery money order and registered stools, desks, tills, cash boxes and' other equipment for immediate sale at a -bargain. E." N. Higlnbdtham, Lethbridse. FOR 170 seed. Price Jl.OO at bin or S1.20 sacked' F.O.B. Magrath. Apply C. F. Sindllngcr, Ma- grath. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR 2 lots by Fleetwood School, clear, in .exchange for house on south side: monthly instalments. Will assumo small mortgage, no shacks. Box '37: Herald office. LAND FOR SALE FOR quarter sec-., tion of land between CIaresholm'arid: Granum; house and -barn, chicken house, granary, two good wells and small lake year round. Only ?18 per ici'e on good terms. Write Airs. Eliza- beth Peacock, Kipp, Alta. FOR W. !4 34-5-17, on the trunk road 7 miles east ot New Day- ton, mile from post office and store, 2 miles from school house, one mile from municipality 55 acres, fenced, 30 acres.-under cultivation.; house 12x14; slahle A. P. Trockstad.'BiakesylllO.- Alta. SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR on north side.-val? ued at 570. Will trade for cow id- calves. Apply Box 35 Herald, 217-rr-b 216 a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, -plunge, etc., apply V. Oi'jihemn Theatre THURSDAY The Coiinti'.v Store FOR SALE OR. have a number of'.-' welh improved farms for sale at prices ranging from SI 0.00 per acre. N. Peat Co- 10, Macdonald Blk. FOlt work horse, weight about 1000 Ihs., for, oats and hay. Apply Lethbridse Laundry Co., C. S. Manager TO TRADE FOR worth of property; houses revenue bearing and clear title lots, including several business on Fifth Street. We can trade for large or small tracts. With the -largest wheat crop in.the history of Canada, means more railroads, for Let'iibridge. Now is your chance to get In right. We have Alberta .land; to trade for lain! in the-Stales. We have a fine farm to trade, for a homo in Spokane. We have some fine tim- ber in Oregon to trade flir land In Alberta. We can sell the largest and smallest tract of'land the cheapest _of any man-in Alberta.- Try us. we will sell a good coal mine, fttlljr.pn.iilp. ped. very cheap 'If yon are out for business see T. M. Huff, liox 457 or Room 10, Albcita Block, Lclhbridge, Albcila FOR thresherman's com- plete outfit consisting of -Marshall 32 i.p. 4 cylinder gas engine and Red Ri- j Special 36x56. Separator; Stewart Sheaf Loader, 2 .cabooses complete with stoves, 'oil drums, etc. -Also G bottom engine gang with breaker attachments. Complete out-, fit ready to start Work. .Ill-health, reason for selling. It interested en- quire Western Canada Agency Ltd., ".ethliridge- ;