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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER i, ms SIMLA; LAST TIMES TONIGHT SECOND SHOW 8.'40 FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT Mary Pickford in "Rags" A SOUL STIRRING DRAMA WITH A TOUCH OF COMEDY HAZEL DAWN AS "CLARISSA" IN "GAMBIER'S ADVOCATE" FIVE ACTS THE KHAKI GIRLS Evenings at 7-30 9.00 Prices lOc 25c. Girls! Girls! Girls! Girls! Greats O1de AH mennc and womenne by yose prefents knowe Ye musick of a hundred yeares ago Which faire and wel-skylled maids and knowyng menno Did give -wll now be given agen. Our tale is twice-told, but 'tis by requeft, (A compliment ivh wins ye quire's Some changes marke ye prefenL bill Oi fare, But alie ye fav'rites ye menu beare, In lovelie garb of auncient ancestrie Ye syngers wii be cladde so come and see; And 'what our greate and greate-greate grandsires funs Wil fing ye Knox Kirke Quire so come along Ye symphonle, wh did such stir create, Agen wll make ye people all elate. Ye whole directed as it was By Ernest Layton; vhai canne we say.-more! Ye Quire of Ye Knox Presbyterian Kirk TONIGHT Tomorrow Night A Collectione of Twcnty-ftvt Permit! wll be taken at ye door. HALF YE PROCEEDS IN AID OF YE BIGGE PATRIOTIC FUND. IF PERCHANCE YOU CAN'T LAFF DON'T COME. TERMS CASH. H. Proprietor.'' A. SMITH, Auctioneer. Xmas. Greeting Cards Made in Canada Our Designs this Year are tasty works of the Engravers'Art. Call and look them over. The Lethbridge Herald The Salvation flrmy The Home League, of the local Corps are having a Sale of Various Articles On Saturday, Dec. 4 AT 411 FIFTH STREET S. (Opposite Orpheum) The opening will be at 2.30 p.m. Lunch will bo served from the hour of opening until the dose of sale. One-tenth of entire income is T viie ratrlotic Fund. WAN! ADS SITUATIONS VACANT salesman, Man of TO RENT suitable TO suitable for purposes, bazaars, dances, etc. ply K. Bursmann, lodge Ap- 19tli Street N. TO roomed coitago, Apply 616 7th St. S. TO or lour front rooms; unfurnished, pleasant and well situated, fully modern, on car liuc, suitable lor light housekeeping. AddKss box 30, Herald Ollico. 297-6 TO house, Cully modern, central. Apply H. J. Goode, 620 llth St. S. Phono 650. TO. roomed fully modern house with gas oil 7th Ave. S. Kent cood character anil a hustler, liefer-1 reasonable; can stay Indefinitely. Ap- cnccs requited. Salaried position and ply Box 36 Herald. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes jruduate of (lie Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, medical Massage and Gymnastics I Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS permanent situation to riant man, rent au Improved farm SMITH 4 Smith and Apply in person Tuesday or wednes-1 wilh Apply B' spinal da'v evening, between 8 and 9 o'clock QOV adjustments will cure your chronic modern six roomed WANTBD-A boy about Jo years housei hot ,.M watel% 110.lr cnr old; also a platen press feeder ihc Apply 545 ]sn, st N-) conler Printers Stationers, Fifth St. S. gth Ave phmie G7G; evenings at 537 391-3 ;12th' St. B N. man as assistant! JJ.Q store 75 ft. loug. in office. Must lie iair penman. Ap- Good- business stand, in tho Brook ho.v 33, Herald.________ 397-0 Block, 402 13th St. N. WANTKD calendar at foul of salesman for Lethbridge and Crows five-roomed house, close in, low rent. Nest line, also, one to work points 125S 5th Ave. A. south. 297-2 east of Ldhbridre. Apply with refer- ences to llulman Hros., Ltd.. Winni- peg No application considered with- out references. 297-6 general servant Good wages, no children. Apply Mrs. D. L. Hnrdie, 1242 5th Ave. South. competent general ser- vant. Apply 1229 5th Ave. S: AUCTION SALE HORSES, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE DAWN IN "GAMBIER'S ADVOCATE" W. Quarter, Section 36, Township S, Range 19, West of 4th Meridian, 18 Miles East of Lethbridge, on Wednesday, Dec. 8th AT ONE O'CLOCK LUNCH. -l.Grey Mare, 1600 Ibs; 1 Bay Mare, 1500 tbs; 1 Data Mower; 1 Emerson Hay Rack, used one season; 1 Disc Harrow; 2 Section Tootlij'Harrbw; 1 Walking Plow; 1 Smde'hakerJWagon, 3% laches; 1 Fresno-Scraper; Tools. Handsome Parlor. Set of Japanese Furniture, consisting of 5 pieces, all heavily-carved, the screen Is SxlO it., inlaid with Mother of decorations; Walnut Bedroom Set, wardrobe has doors- of French 'plate mirrors, tie dresser is 214x5 ft, marble .top with mirror 4i5 ft; Dining Room TaMe and Chairs; Butfet; Hugs; Mis- sion Rocker Chairs; Beds and Springs; Sewing Machine; Victrola' and Records; Clock; Two Heating Stoves; Kitchen Range with (team hood; Kitchen Table and Chairs; Dishes. A feature that may be called both thrilling and charming is a rare com; position, but this description may be accurately applied to the latest Para- mount release, produced by the Fa- mous Players Film Co., Hazel Dawn in "Gamblers the current attraction at Starlaad, tonight and Thursday. Through the influence of a wealthy woman, Stenhen Gambler is greatly helped In his political career. Their friendsl.ip is misunderstood by the outside however, and when the tragedy of the woman's death occurs, circumstances seem to point to a lov- ers' quarrel, and Gambler is arrested as the suspect. The ingenuity and quickwittedness of Clarissa, the girl to whom Gambler is engaged, event- ually succeed in bringing to' light the real perpetrator of the crime. "THE KHAKI GIRLS" "The Khaki Girls" at the Orpfleum are pleasing capacity audiences daily. "The'Girls" are offering .a bright. man with team or auto to sell the J. R. Wat- kins Medical Co.'s products in Can- ada. For information write to C. K. Griffiths, Sundial, Alia. HOUSE WANTED 8 or 9 rooms, fully modern, well built, also accommoda- tion lor auto or horse preferred; per- manent tenant. Apply Alberta Loan Investment Co., Ltd., Phone 1214. P'. 0. Box 354. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR the next three weeks, White Holland Turkeys. Ap- ply Mrs. F. F. Warren, Piricher CreeK ____________________________________Alberta. with atttbition and----------------------------------------------------- ability with 5500 tor gilt edged in- I.CHRISTMAS GIFTS A most ac- v. stment: secured and excel-, ceptahle Christmas gift is a years cent returns guaranteed. A chance of subscription to either the Saturday Evening Post, The Home Jour- or The Country Gentleman. This a lifetime for a live man to get into business for himself. Apply'Box 17 Herald office. girl to assist with housework, one who can. sleep at home. Apply 302 lith St. S. once, a good general servant. Apply 634 9th St. S. once, competent mar- ried couple or girl for general house- on a farm. Must be a good plain cook. Highest wages. Write or phone Mrs. R. P. Atkins, New Day- ton. Alta. good general black smith at Nemiscam, the oil-well town, large territory, thickly settled with prosperous farmers. Each man has a golden opportunity in his .lifetime, and this is.the one for the right man. The Board of Trade, Nemiscaiii, Alta. W. G. Bowen, Sec.-Treas. COAL MINERS AND MINE LABOR- ERS Dominion Coal Company Limited require experienced coal miners and laborers for work in their coal mines at Springhill, Nova Scotia and at Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP You can help Red Cross society by, becoming a member. The fee is small, only iz.OO per annum for active members and per rannuiu for associate members. Life. membership Sign the form below, put the money in an envelope, and-imai! it, or take it to A. J. Blackburne, honorary treasurer Red Acadia Block, Lethbrldge. -The sooner you do it the sooner the society will be able to buy more'.material and do more work for our soldiers.._ Do it today. COUPON Please enrol my name as active associate) member of the Lethbridge Red-Cross Society, for which I enclose my fee of f....... Tours truly. Address BOW ISLAND NEWS Bow Island, Nov. Fer- guson of the" Great West Life Insur- ance Co., is a visitor in town. J. G. Carson' of the Bank of British North America, at Calgary, is at pre- sent assisting 'the staff of that bank at this point owing to ttie pressure of business. ..._..... Rev. F .S. Gammpn of All Saints' Church will shortly -leave here for England. He..wlH be greatly missed. The meeting of the ratepayers of tile town to Jiear the report of the Town Council and.. Mayor, ins well attendeil, last night. T. A'.'Fairbairn of the staff of the Bank of Is at present in Medi- cine-Hat for medical attendance. The Bow Island Hardware Co. are erecting a large addition to their store at Bow Island, The threshing riffs of James Olquist and Spring Bros, have puKed in, owing to the scarcity of men in the district, j H. ID. Beattie, motor inspector for' the province, who has been home on a short visit, returns to Edmonton to- day. Frank Lewis was a visitor in town today. Frank has been in the hotel business in for the past year, and is now .renewing acquaint- ances. Messrs. Andrew and Cleve Hanson shipped to. Montana today, where they have taken up land. Ole Lee, who has been running Jas. Olqulst's threshing rig, has been on the sick list for the past few days. Fred Smith left recently for Mon- tana, ;where he lias accepted a good position. Emmett Pasley left for hia home in Havre, Mont., last night. He has been __ _..________ Apply to Employment Department, Dominion Coal Company Limited, Glace Bay N.S., or to Resi- dent Superintendent Dominion Coal Company, Limited, Springhill, N. S. Ad. No. P MEST WANTED To learn barter trade now is best time to learn wages while learning catalogue free. Holer Barber 601 A. Centre St., Calgary.. 874-0 clean, up-to-the-minute musical offer-1 steady work at good wages for men ing, with a big number of songs and dances. Clever who do I not resort to" burlesque to put their numbers are assisted by a clever singing and dancing chorus. Miss j Carroll Vann, the dainty comedienne, is offering" "Tulip Time in I with the Dutch girls; while Mel But- 'ler is putting over the Dangoza with the chorus in great style. The big f favorite George Shady has a couple of- character numbers that are bring- ing repeated encores. Bobbie La- vaile, the Italian tenor, is'going big in "My Little Dream and has an operatic offering for tomorrow's new I chow. k "The Khaki Girls" are presenting a 11 show that classes, and should receive the heartiest pat- ironage of Lethbridge theatre-goers. (There is a daily matinee at 2.30, and jtwo performances each evening. "The j Girls" are offering an entirely new show tomorrow! SITUATIONS WANTED thresh two to five thousand acres of grain. Apply J. Harris Co., Lethbridge. Phone ]412. of any kind by in- dustrious young man, anxious to work and make good. Apply Harold Kerr, 1417 6th MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SECOND ftAND GOODS-'WANTED is the good oi putting away things that yon can't use" or. wear I pay cash for old clothing, furniture, shoes, hats and all kinds ol musical instruments, trunks and satchels. M. Moscovich, 3rd Aye. South. Phone 1457. hear from owner oS good farm for sale. Send cash price and description. D. F. Bush, MlnneV apolis, Minn. .Ad No. S. hear from owner of land for sale. Reply with best cash price, complete etc. N.. Co., 10 Macdonald Blk. for 4 head of horses. Apply Box 33 Herald. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR snap, new cottage on south side, including lot; .8100 down, J20 monthly, no interest Price fSOO clear; 10 per cent'off for cash. Write owner, Box 45 Herald. FOR, roomed ful- ly modern house in good location ;n Letribridgc for good half section of land. Apply Box 34 Herald.: in thin district for the past months booking after his crop.' two NEW WORDS Add-on lo Standard dictionary. verb, to" destroy, to utterly wipe out, to cause desolation; noun, originally name of country, term now employed to designate any waste land, a place.desolate. Example: Serbia is being belgiumed.- nat. Street Jour- HOUSE FOR EXCHANGE Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The tanff will support you and pay for Itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale at low prices snd easy terms, ranging from. Ill-tQ S30 Irrigated lands from J35. One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan tor farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty yearsVinter- est only G per cent. your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by. getting.atljqinlng land, or.se- cure yoMr friends as ...neighbors. literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gen'l 8uot ef LaruJi Dept. of Natural CALGARY .ALTA. OR WILSON 8KEITH Sherlock Building LtthbrMgi will keep you in remembrance all the year round. Mailed direct from pub- lishers. Let me book your order. Ralph Waddington, 1241 5th Ave. A South, City. Phone 469. FOU passenger Ford car in perfect condition. Price For' demonstration write P. 0. Box 333, City.______________________297-6 I'OR organ in or- der, ?25 for quick sale. Mason Risen, 405 5th SL S. POH buggy (surrey) in splendid condition. Box 1075 Leth- bridge. FOR piano in good or- der; a snap at ?1C5. Apply Mason Itisch, 404 5th St: S. FOR mounts, 25c.; flower ornaments, 25 and 35c.; buck- ram 'hat shapes, 2oc.; babies' fleece- ined silk and wool bonnets, 25c.; handsome premiums Street, 318 13th St. N. FOR complete threshing outfit cook and bunk car, all in good 'shape. Cheap. Will take stock, or grain on trade. Apply Bos 46, Her- ald office. FOR oats; per ton delivered. Apply P. 0. Box 63 or Phone Hural 402. FOR good yearling colts and 3 young colts, and one brood mare. A good buy for cash. Apply H. Rambo, Box 46 Herald. LAND FOR SALE FOR land close to the city, in one to forty acre tracts by owner. H. Galvin, Phone R 304, Lethbridge, Alta. LOST AND FOUND old Cameron field, four geldings. One bay and one sor- rel branded H lazy V on leit thigh. One gray branded N 6 on right shoulder. One black branded 7 W. on left shoulder. W. S. Gillis, 814 6th :Ave. S. 397-6 bay horse, and buggy, horse is blind'in left eye; branded IN on left-hip. Reward for return to Frank Johrison, Royal View, Alta. 7th and 4th Ave. on 5th' St A small candy box contain- ing ladies' gold watch and fcwo neck- laces. Finder will be rewarded on re- turning to 642 5th St. S. HORSES FOR SALE FOR of geldings, 7 and 8. years old, weight harness, wagon and rack. Apply P. 0. Box 42, Lethbridge. NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the terras of a certain Chattel Mortgage made by Barker, Fatten Potter Medi ;Hat to William H. Turpin and James Turpin, Jr., and in pursuance of an Order for Sale made by Hit Honour Judge Winter, the entire stock-in-trade and store fixtures of the firm of Messrs. Barker, Patten Potter of Medicine Hat will be sold me to satisfy the amount due un- der the said Chattel Mortgage. The stock of Men's Furnishings and up-to-date store fixtures. Bidn will be received by me for the entire stock-in-trade and the fixtures .up to the 4th day of December, 1915. Sep- arate bids must be made for the stock-in-trade and the store fixtures. Intending purchasers may inspect the stock and fixtures on.the 2nd and 3rd of December, at the store pre- mises of Barker, Patten Potter, Modjcine Hat. The highest or any bid hot necessarily accepted. AH bids must be in writing and addressed to the undersigned. B. L. CHUDLEIGH, Sheriff of the Judicial Dis- trict of Medicine Hat. Ad No T. Medicine Hat, Alta, A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER srubioT 906 Third Avenue South. MADE. complaints. Call in and talk It over. Office In residence, 903 7th Avo. S. Hours Phont 1677. VIAVI VIAVI (The Hcrbsl Home Treatment for Nervousness, com- munications to Manager, Box 193, Tiber, Alberta. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8, EXPEST Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London. England, neferent'o to the leading of tho city. Phono lies. 1253 Gill Ave. A South. MEDICAL DR. W. S. QALSRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accouchor, Hours p.m. OHlco 8M Third Avenue. Phono 1253. DR. Eye, Noso and Throat; 11B Sherlock Bldg. Offlco hours evenings by polntment. Phonos: Ottlco 341. sldence DENTAL OR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of. Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certitlcuto. Otflco: Hooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Mncdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lothbrldge, Alta. DRS. .MARRS ind Successors to Drs. Stowart and Me- Cllire. Hours: 9 to 5. Oltlce. His- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (EnB. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. QHlce: 6-8 Hlg- Inhotham Block AUCTIONEER W. L. Licensed Auctioneer. All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will huy the en- tire contents of furnished houses Head offlce at Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13U> St. North LettsSridge. Prona 1023. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en'on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1.812. 324 Sixth Street South. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERl.V--Leadlng Funeral Director and Emtialmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office 'oppo- site Court House. Phono 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. 3., Phone 1176. Open day and night S. Y. ft Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Opea night and day. BALED HAY AND ol kinds. Carloads or less, [ncralra 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. Bol 112. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, PaperhanperH and Painters; Kalsbmlnmg. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Palntera in Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1473; office phone 1752. Sherlock Leth, bridge. Alta. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phono 444. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. Repairing as usual at Brooks' store, 402 33th Street North. Very best leatl er used. Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with tho "object, of .assisting teachers to obtain schools with as little expense and loss-of time as possible. Teachers requiring schools are in- vited to communicate with the De- partment, stating their requirements and class of Alberta Certificate held. Teachers who have not yet ob- tained definite advice regarding the standing to which they are entitled In this Province, should forward for registration any certificates they may hold together with recent testimon- ials as to teaching ability and moral character. Address all communications to THE MINISTER, Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No, Q. PATENT SOLICITOR WM.S.BABCOCK Lawyer ITT.9.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 experience .in Canada and U. Invention! prompt- ly patented. Harks and De- ilcns letfstered: Infringement aad validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In patent suits. Reports prepared for counsel. WrU> for information. rU> Expert wltneiii patent suits. Pat- obtained In all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. HOME WORK W. A. HENDERSON A COY. lethbrldgt Medlcln. hi: Winnipeg Chartered Aceountsnti Accountancy in all its branches: Audit. Secretariat Ad. visory, SysteinatizinK and Trust Worn.- tigtticns. Acadla Building, Leinbrlaj. Relldtnt R J. RITCHIE PATBR8ON, Accountant DO YOU WANT AN EXTRA SIX TO TEN DOLLARS' A WEEK dustrious will be provided with constant home work on Auto- Knitting Machines. Experience unne- cessary, distance immaterial, war orders urgent. Write today lor rates of pay, etc., enclosing addressed stamped envelope. Auto-Knitter Hos- iery Dept. 167, 257 College St., Toronto. Ad. No. Y. Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. 0. Phone 632 (05 Fifth Street South. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS Pianos TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCE3, PARTIES, ETC. S. O.E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply -C. Wettley. A cadi a Block DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P..R. PHONES: Offle............ I'M ;