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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PIGE TWO T HE I. ET H B R I'DG E D AIL Y HER AID TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, POSITIVELY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THIS MARVELLOUS PICTURE; arguerite Clark of the North' ACTS SO A GOOD COMEDY EMPRESS TONIGHT 'MUTUAL MASTER ACTS Ilis Fox teen' Chaplin FEATURING TEDDY SAMSON THE MUTUAL STAR CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "THE RANK" IS A GUARANTEED SCREAM QRPHEUM TONIGHT Vaudeville and Pictures THREE ACTS AND FIVE REELS OF 25c and 10. NEWS FROM THE PASS miairmore Enterprise) Dr. R- D. aiacDonald, of Athabasca, mine, lias arrived in Co'.eman to act as Sr. is employed and time keeper adian Collieries as night -watchman with the West Can- al Be'ilovue Xo. 1 BOW ISLAND NEWS (From Hie A town lot donated by Mayor U. SITUATIONS VACANT separator sales- man, must be reliable, have, refer- ences, ambitious and desirous lu got aUing. Address replies to Box -I, post oiVioe, Lottbrldgc. -___ -9-j> Immediately, a Brent opportunity. Samples now ready. One mouth to two.months' work lak- ing orders for 1017 .Calendars. Write today statins territory you would pre- fer to work. News Publishing Co., Ltd., Truro, N. S. LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's Studio ami malto nu appointment fw a silting today. Theru la nothing more nfc- Diablo than a portrait of your- or cliiklrcn for Christmas 1 :ris. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third- Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church TO KENT TO G room house, close In fully modem, rent cheap. Yltt, Phone MS.________ TO suites W. A. Lc nmn aititca and apiirt Someone to take care of _ Dominion Bldir No 1 nppls ,-i H. Robertson to the Patriotic Fund lnfnnt mul nox 3S Her-1 4 L m p, 51f "locum tenems" to Dr. Olivier, who CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT AT will shortly be drawn lor, will ,rid uuu will take up practice there in a couple l ALBION RIDGE (entitled anyone to participate in the of weeks. Dr. MacDonald will laler I function, takeover the entire practice at Atlia-1 j uilnll. stoucv met wUh Al- A good fook. middle aged woman preferred, no washing. to Mrs. Harper, Diamond City. Arthur Stpnev met with a nasty basca.- It is nut such a long way toAl- on Whilst enga-ed The Bialrmore hotel will close its bion Kidfre as might be imagmcu. We jn it ,ppi g the wagon i general servant, (ioors to the nubile as a hoarding ran src l.rthbnilee easily irom our ilis foot, completdv IS-T. llth street south. house and booze emporium on Dec. sehoolhouse. But banta Claus never olst: i visiwd the.Kidge till Tuesday even- A..K. Grander, chief accountant jnp, ilie Hth inst.. when children anil with the West Canadian Collieries olfi folks nlike hade him a joyous Apply 7-6 Apply TO BBNT. Two nicely furnisiiei rooms in private house. Apply 122: 4th Avenue South. 7 smashing the small toe, ami nccessi-, N K, _ voumn as its amputation by Dr. Pater- on small ranch. Must Le good plain cook, permanent Pjaca FOU a month, luily modern seven roomeil house, will gas. Apply Box 3C, HeraliL 5-0 TO lurnlslied bedroom in private house, for one.or.two gentle ineu. Apply 313 Oth Avc. A. South or Phone 720.' are: Sergeant James Hutton, of the ous'applause. Mr. Ted Lynn, our !o- i suspicious.. _ Highland Light Infantry, Scotland, ca! comedian, excelled himself Fred bchmulzer. oi W unufted ll now somewhere in France or Fland- An feature of the pro- allowed out on bail awaitu er Laniardi, J.I1., of Witmiired, and has ting ers, and his oldest boy, John, in the gram w'c's lo on ,a of. stealing navy, now in .England; Private Jack our two soldier boys, Oscar Labarre u'e uc. ol irom a neighbor, Hulton, 50th batta'iioa, now in Shorn- j and Jim Wallace, who were just leav- 3I- A- The accused was giv- clifte; England: Private George' Hut-j ing to join their regimuit. Santa preliminary hearing before Pet- oith Kootenay battalion, now in slibwed bis lo'yalty bV presenting eacli Shorncliffe. "England: Private Hugh of them with' Jl fountain pen and Hutton, oGth battalion, now training writing and the eut.rtainment in Calgary. These boys are all wen closed "with lie singing oi "God be kno-vn throughout the Pass from Fer-1 with you .till .we. meet again Hie to the Hat. "Mr. and Hutton! The cojiniutiee.in of ar- hf 3r7 came from s old fighting! ransenicnts oi Miss 10.r Oregon, Scotch stock themselves, their for- j Uircharil, Mrs. and Miss Davis, Rev. hears' having: fought and died .at' Waterloo and Crimea. Mr. Hutton A graduate nurse Tor dis- Irict work. Apply to Ihc Supt. Nurs- j FOR Alfalfa, mixed inn Mission 5-0 1 hay, bluejoint and straw ready foi T WANTKD-A general servant. Apply prompt shipment. All hay inspected Mrs. X. B. Peat. 327 Hth St. S. -1-6 clerk In post office, was sent up for trial. The theft, orde which was alleged to have been com- nutted took place on the night of the competent to take charge of money business. Phone J. W. Hop- tins, Postmaster, Bow Island. Al- berta _NTationnl Hay Assooiatloll grades. Farm Producls Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. 'Phone 777; Residence Phone 365. left last where his wife and part oi his family have aecn Picket au-J .Mr. Rntlrdsc. The chair- staying for some time. Mr. Page will K-.. G.. Dunhar, teacher, j some next sprinc. We hear that and Fletcher of Burdclt, have dissolved nartner- ship, tile lattrr remaining in posses- 3Ir. we helieve, con- goini; into business some- where up north. ME.V WANTED To learn barber trade now is best time, to learn wages while learning catalogue free. Jlolcr Uarber College, 604 A. Centre St., Calgary. 274-0 FOR size English style '.U' i baby carriage, almost new, in splen- 3C'3 IS aid condition. 1277 3rd Ave. S. FOR SITUATIONS WANTED by man w'ith 15 years' experience in accounting, sec- and Children's- Buckram Hat Shapes, Fur Roses Feathers, special value, all 2uc, Xuias evenings. Handsome premiums given. Slreet North. Mrs. Street 318 13lh 1'OR player piano, was for o.uick sale S575.00. Ap- ply '.Mason Risch Ltd., Balmoral rstarial and otfice1 management work. FOR organ, mahogany Can fill responsible position with case, for quick sale plenty of work. Apply Box 35, .Her- Apply Mason Risen. Ltd., Balmoral aid Office. 5-10 Block. CHARLES CHAPLIN AT EMPRESS FOR LAST TIME TONIGHT Charles Chaplin in. "The Bank work of any kind by energetic reliable young man. Ap- ply Francis Neden, 543 16th St. N. FOR round. Including horse, wagon, cans, bottles, cases and utensils. Apply Bos 48 Herald. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WAS. ____ _ of the beei from.6 months to 3 years old. Any number from one to proved a scream from start to finish seventy-five head. I3os ,139, Magrath, at the Empress last night. He will Alberta., __________ 8-6 be seen positively for the 'last time tonight. "The. Fox also: a. "s pt Mutual motion picture, {or tie last i that ral? can't time. Tomorrow, Chapter -twenty-five ot the Dumond from the SkJ FOR SALE Baby boys' woollen j hats, babies woollen bonnets, bootees, winter mitts, children's leggings, as- rr" -littlf.-ini-pFprahlr colorii, all 25c. Handsome pre- Siren; Mrs. Street, MS 13th street north. 5-9 PROFSSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE 8UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate at (lie'Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, .1 Medical .Massage and OymnastlcB Electri- cal .Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Slmui- poolrjs Treatments given by ap- pointment only. ;nobm 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS "I SMITH Smith and June B. spina! adjustments will chronic complaints. Call It over. Office In Ave. S. Hours Phone 1677. VIAVI VIAVI (The Home 'Treatment for Nervousness, com- munications to Manager, 13ox 'i'aber. Alberta. L PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, -EXPERT Player-Piano .and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory 'experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn.. London, England, 'Reference to the leading niiulclinirnf the city, phone 1108. 1253 6th Ave! MEDICAL DR. W. 3. Surgeon, Accoucl.or. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1263. DR. Eye, Noso and Throat; 115 Sherloclt Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phonos: Oftlco 341, Re- sidence 503. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons' Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate.' Rooms 6 and '6, Bryan Block.! Phono 1071. DR. L. T. isuccessor to Drs. Oourtlce uate University of Maryland, Rooms 8 and 0, Macdbnnld Block. Phono 1166, Lethbrldge. Alto. DRS. MARRS and Succeasors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hlg- inbotham Block. Phono 874. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Kng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) .L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 3-12; 1-5. Oftlce: 6-8 Hig- inbolham Bloclc. Phone 1616. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Ljeented Auctioneer. All icinds of Bales-conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will buy the en- tire contents nt furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Co., 416 J.ltn sit. -Norili Letulirldge. Prone 1023. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of. your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ccnsiilt .Frank Waddlngton, Leth- bridge, who will pive you expert service on -reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. DYEING AND CLEANING THE. In French Dry 'Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only tho most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our 'work Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 3812 824 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING and cleaned; suits' made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city: Phone 444. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervilla Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 581. Re- sidence 2S4 7th Avo.- S., Phono 1176. Open day and night; S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, CRAIN, FEED BALED HAY, AND o! all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when' buying or sell- Ing- We are tn touch with the best markets. Storage spaco for rent basement for peitshable go'ods. Saunders. Phono 1244. P. O. Boi 112., DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangere and Painters; Kalsomlnlag, General Decorating Sign Writing. Bstlmatei given. The oldest established Painters In Letlibridge. Res. Phone 1472; offlcs phono 1753, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- hridre. Alta. c-sh tor old ctothina fyrniture shoes, hats and iH kinds ot musical instruments, and ,M. Moscovich, 3rd -Ave. South. Ehone 1457. FOR SALE Ford car, five pass- enger, in perfect condition, all newj tires and tub.s, price ?350. For dem- onstration, write P. O.. Box 3-33, City. ______ 5-li FOR automobile, (30 II P. first-class condi-l tion, tires good, (2 Will sell or'trade for stock. Address Box 43, Herald Office. 4-6 HAIR WORK HAIR DRESSING Combings made up, manicuring, first class work guaranteed. Mrs. F. G. Buck, 623 7th Street South. Phone 1C37. FOR. boxed Jewellery, MISS -PAULINE HARVEY, one gt the "Tie Girl From which returns to the for two nights next week Tues- day and Wednesday, December 28. and 29th.------- VAUDEVILLE "AND PICTURES' AT THE .O.RHHEUM As stated in the Herald ___________ ____J _____ the vaudevlle imd pictjres at the like to hear from including brooches beauty pin set's, Orpheum were good LeBean and Le anvone having 1000 -vallng ewes 01 e r rings, Caliiornia rose beads, men's their noielh singmg and lambs for sale Or would take 1000 Ouff links all 25o unusual values young ewfs on shares for term of wreaths and mistletoe, 25c., dancing sketch were appreciated b; all Miss McDonald in hcr presenta AUCTION SALE At 1 0 Clock Sharp Of Farm Implements TO BE HELD AT STiRLING, LOT 7, BLOCK owner H Galvln, Phone K 304 FOR to ed residence owned and occupied b} M Vltkm, 7th Ive 4 S Can be seen anv after 3 o'clock 8-0 cottaire and three lots on 3rd Ave. Jt off Ihth St, clear title for .cash, best snap in city.- The G. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Building, 3rd A-ve Phone 1325. 307-12 MISS .L. F. Surgi- cal and Obstetrical nursing. Ad- dress 633 6th St. S., Phone 1285. 7-0 LAND FOR SALE titled English woman, who through a misguided fancy weds a notorious character of the Northwestern Canad- ian woods. Growing to womanhood this rough environment, she oe- Alta. LOST AND JOUND Post 6th comes desired by Pierre a rascal'? St lady's fur cape Finder please half breed for whom she feeis a nat leave at Herald office ural and intense repugnance. Later she falls in Une with Ralph Connel liZft the Alounted Police force who is anxious to. arrest Pierre for a number of ser- ious misdeeds, The enmitj between the two men is increased mutual interest m Helene b; their Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS EXCHANGE Floor, Hull' Block. PHONE PHONE 1313 1313 Have You a Car on our Prices Smith, Murphy Co. .OUR.BUSINESS IS CHANGING YOUR "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" 7th strtet South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. PORTER, Manager Uthbrldge Branch. OFFICE: WINNIPEG ..Reference, Bank ol Nova Scotia. "THE GIRL FROM NOWHERE RE TURNING TO MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK "The Girl Frdni the musical corned} success of 191 j will be the attraction at the Majestic on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec 28 and 29. This brilliant musical revue is right .up to the minute in every particular. The scenes are lam in Han Francisco and the entire action I is supposed to take place during the I big exposition. I The plot is equally. a> timely as tile settings. There is the dark and des- perate plotting of the Mexican revolu- tionists and the romantic atorv of. the young BHtisii remount officer who discovers the mystery of the pretty firl from nowhere and proves her to be an English heiress instead of a Mexican senorita. The twentyJour t musical numbers are also a part of. the story and not just ttlrkev from 531 1-ith St South Finder please return and recelve-reward 18th St ana Third Ave. and ,17th St.: and- SrirAyo. ,S. a Swan fountain pen return to 424 13th St LOST-rrPendaivt and. chaiu7 tg photo of man and child Jnnder jjlease North, and re- Lost probably betivLeii and 10th St Reward for return to V 427 19th fet 8 0 LOST From the Fanners' Feed barn Lethbridge on Sunday night a horse with harness and halter on: Weight 1000 pounds, bay color, white .face, ao -Srand. Information to G. Grosgo, .Coalhurst, %vill be rewarded. tj STRAVED-From cast J, 5-9-10. One grey gelding two years old, mare two years old, one hay filly one yfiar old. All branded N lazy N, on left thigh. SJO.OO a head will, be paid for information leading toL Uieir recovery. C. F. Oillet.fc, Rural phone two years about 1200 and well built, no brand. Has iiccn II IOWA give liberal. reward To save firemen carrying liose lilitli 'or in'ormalion leading, to tlie wherc- inlo buildiniTs a standpiiie has lejni M one red in-rited Iroin which water can ,aml -wmtc. i turned'on at any valves George I tlic street level. Firth, Lcthbndge. 4-6 Tenders for Supplies Tenders, addressed to the Prdtincial Secretary and endorsed -for Supplies" will be 're- ceived at the Dctttrtment of the Pro- vincial Secretary Parliament Build- ings, Edmonjon up to noon of Mon- day the- 27th da> of December, 1915, for and delivery of groc- eries flour, oatmeal the year Bending Slat 19lfi to tlie Provincial Goal Lethbrldge. Each tender niust be b> an accepted chefniD on a charter- Bant five per cent, of the amount of the tender made payable o. Order, of" the Provincial Secre- which bp forfeited to the nypmmpnt of Alberta in case the tenderer refuses or neg- Us to enter into contract or when ntercd into falls to carry out the ivislons thereof. may be seen, approx- 'oiate quantities given, and form of 'ender supplied upon application to he Department oC The Provincial Edmonton. The lowest or any lender not nee- E. Trowbrldge, Deputy Provincial Secretary Edmonton, Dec. 16, 1915. No. D. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED i'ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY 'THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY A3 ORDERED. Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education lias established a Teachers' Bureau, with the object of assisting teachers to obtain schools with1 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 advicn regarding tho standing to-which they are entitled in Province, should forward for registration any certificates they may hold, together with recent testimon- ials as td'teaching ability and moral character. Address .all communications .to r THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education, .Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. .Q. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mm. Van Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special races giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenuo South. .Phone 746, PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (tT.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 yean experience m Canada and U. a. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trade .Marks and Dc- eigna leglstered; infringement and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed Jn patent suits. Reports prepared for counsel. Write lor Information. Expert witness In patent suits. Pat> ents obtained In all eountrlev II St. James Street, Montreal. W. A. HENDERSON COV. Medicine Hei Winnipeg Chartered. I'xountancy in all. Its. brancaee: Audit. Secretarial, Ad- iliory, Systematijlii, and Trust Work, lavee. tiiations, Llquiditloos, Building. Letnbrioge Reeldem n. t. RITCHIE ChvUtred AceounUnt Shoe Repairing Best. Leather used, Neat, strong Work Done BROOKS' STORE 402 13th Street North (r PonyExpress and Transfer COAL C. O. D, DRAYING OF KINDS TORENJT PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S.O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Westley, Acadia THE NURSING MISSION Provides'visiting nurses for mater- nity and all .medical and' sitjgfcal cases (except contagious diseases) atico.rdlng to. the, cir- cnmstances of tlip natient. Poor patients cared for free, of charge for private duly also iprovldcd. partic- ulars apply to the Nursing sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miti) A. M. Tliley, Supervlior. Role Cameron, Grad. Nurce (Mln) J.T.' Grad. Nurie DRAYING Of All -Kinds Western1 Transfer Co7 Limited. P. R. Freljh< 'PHONES: Office........... 1N4 ;