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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PtGETWO THE. LETHBRIDGE DAIL'Y 'HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1915 Special Tonight PARAMOUNT PRESENTS MABEL TALIAFERRO AND (RVINO In Five Acts TLypp of lie" A Thrilling Drama me inree 01 of a Lost Mine ORPHEUM TONIGHT 3 Big Acts of Vaudeville ALSO GOOD PROGRAM OF PICTURES ADMISSION: ADULTS 25c. CHILDREN, 10c. MAJESTlf NEXT TUESDAY AND WED- DECEMBE'R 38'h, SS'-h Return Engagement by Popular request of the Terrific Musical Comedy Success "The Girl From Nowhere" With Zara Clinton, Billy Oswald Harry Hoyland and a New Singing Chorus Prices... 25ji 5Qt 75c Sl.OO Seats now selling at Hedley's Former Nobleford Man Writes From Front in Belgium Xobleford, Dec. and Mrs. Stewart r.cehed a card Monday last from Mr. Salter, former missionary at XoblL-fcrJ, now in Belgium. The card written in cheerful vein, stating that he was well, and that he was listening to the roar of the big guns as he Wrote.- Stewart achieved his ,77th birthday anniver- sary Tuesday, and received many congratulations. Much sympathy is extended to Mrs. Xmas Box for Your Boy What to give that hey of yours it-a problem? Here's- a way him a member- ship in the "Y." An ever pres- ent remembrance. WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT ouce a. general serv- ant. Apply 1214 3rd Avo, S. MAN OR WOMAN-' WANTED To ilistrlbute Wnr Literature. for sixty days' work in your own com- muiilty. Spare time may be used. Winston Company, Ltd.. Toronto. woman 'to do housework; eight miles out, per mouth. Address P. O. Box 533, or j.-lioue -10S Rural. CARD OF THANKS .Mrs. Eailley and family desire to CJream separator sales- nan, must be reliable, have refer- ences, ambitious and desirous to get along. Address rejAios to Box 4, post office, Lethbridge. G Immediately, a great opportunity. Samples uow ready. for their very acceptable Christmas J. McDowell m the death of her lit- tie grandson. Richie .McDowell oi i Coalhurst. BORN Rev. Doctor Kergusun, of Mr. act! M: express their thanws to the Kentish. One month to two months' work tak- Assciation and the Sons of England orflcrs for 1917 Calendars. Writs DON'T '.LEAVE YOUR XMAS-GIFTSy TO THE LAST MINUTE Call lit Smith's Studio ami make un amiolutmeut for a today. "tV.ine more ac- ceptable than u portrait of your- self or children (or Christmas Gifts. A.EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church TO RENT TO roomed turulshed cot- tage with piano. No. 1232 Cth Avenue A. S. Prico ?25 per month in ad- vance to reliable party. T. M, Hurt Room iO Alberta Block, Lethbrtdge PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOU3 HAIR K. M. Holmes graduate of the PeunBylvanla Orth- Oiraedlc Institute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics' I Electri- cal VIbratoi-y and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments' given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith and June B. spinn'. adjustments win cure your chronic complaints. Call'In anil talk It over. Office In residence, DOS 7th Avo. S. Hours Phont 1G77. TO roomed fully moderi louse, with enclosed balcony, per month, No. 813 Sth Ave, South Possession Jan. 1st. Apply 371 IV Street S. TO 6 room house, close i D. H. Law, 625 11th St. South, on December 22nd, a daughter. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Dec. 3Iay J.uly Oats- Dec.- Way -Dec May 117S 121 121K 1S8 197 Winnipeg Cash Prices No.Al Northern >io." 2. Northern Jto. 3 Northern lo. Northern Oats- No 2 C 'vT No. 3 C. W. ;Extra 1 Feed Ts'o.'l Feed Barley- No 3 Flas.- No. 1 N W G No 3 C B 114 116 1SS 195% 112 S iioy, 101 S was the guest from Friday to Mon- day ot Mr. Stsvinson at the manse. He' gave his lecture, "Great Songs i of the Warring in the I schoolhouse, Friday evening. There I was a good attendance, and all were delighted with the doctor's diploma- tic discourse. Illustrations were giv- en on the gramophone, and the his- tory oi each given in very entertain- ing" and instructive manner. Satur- day he went to' Coalhurst and ar-1 ranged tor hisvlecture at two points! MABEL TALIAFERRO AT STAR- on Mr. Galbrailh's field, the ooering ;et oi today stating territory you would pre-. J tor to work. News Punishing Co, fully modern, rent cheap. Ltd., Truro, S. good cook, middle woman preferred, no washing. Apply to .Mis. Harper, Diamond City. 7-6 A. Le TO suites ar.d apart menlB in Dominion Bldg. No. 1, applj W. A .Levitt, Phoue 51G. TO RENT Two nicely furutshec rooms in private house. Apply 1221 4th Avenue South. FOR a month, fully modern seven roomed house, will gas. Apply Box-38, Herald. 5-0 genera] servant. Apply U-'5 llth street south. WAXTftD -Middle-aged woman as housekeeper on small ranch. Must ._______________________________. good plain cook, permanent place I TO turmstied bedroom in I for right person. Would marry, 35 to i Private house, for one or two gentle- M vears of preferred. Address T. men: Applv 313 Oth Ave. A. South or 5-6 in each casa going to the bud For the first time Mabel Taliaferro, the church, a smaH'portion being re- tlie charming little dramatic star, scr.-ed.fos expenses.. Sunday morning supported by Irving Cummings and a Doctor Ferguson communion ser- strong cast, will apnear at .Starland vice at Nobleford ami. occupied the lor two days only, Wednesday and pulpit in t-e evening There was a in a thrifing mining story i jns Mission good attendance at both semces [entitled The Three of Us The storj school children have besn prac is ot tMce ornhans who inherit tisins" far several w.eis for their cd a mining claim. The former sup- graduate nurse_______________________ Met work. Apply to the Supt. Nurs- I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAI E 5-1) 64 1.88 1.85 Dtc -May CHICAGO ...WHEAT Dec TIai July 1.35} __l-lfi WHEVT YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 18.37-58.60: cattle, 56.00-J6.35. cattle. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices: Wheat Oats j- 93 160 Christm-s concert, to be held Thurs enntendent has an ontion nn the claim evening Dec 23 bongs recita immediately adjoinm" and accident tlbns and dialogues will he given alh great wealth in the and a good time is expected same 4. ne ghbor Lewis Beresford Mr Hunt and fariilj attended the tres to obtain of the two Orangemen's concert at White Lake claims by crooked work, and the Fridav evening mannei in which his olans are 'hwarfr Mrs Lmd and Miss Alary ed ma-ies an IntenseT grippm- storv of ilb'Oa -acre gu sts of Mrs Some extremely difficult riding bj Beno.it Saturday. iliss Taliaferro .and. other thrilling J McDowell last 'eatures are shown in this wonderful irom his trip to tic Peace River dis- Paramount picture. trict He "ft ill spend the winter at t----------------------- i Nobleford and retain to home-, VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES AT 'stead jn the spring I THE ORPHEUM C S Noble was ill lor a tew days It is nuire evident Bnt the theatre last week remaining at his home in going puLiic of Lethbndge appreciate clean vaudeville. The bill that 'The sioreb at Nobleford are doing has been shown for the last two day shown for the last time to- JVmorrow there will be an jntirp change of n: some timel (more entertainers will he added to Saturday Mrs. A. Bcnoit received the show- word that "lei .brothet-in-la-w, Jos- eph Bowen, whose wife died in the Lethbridge hospital six months ago, was in a dving condition at Winni- ired hospital. He had been hurt in- tirnally when his team ran away The last report, however, received on Tuesday, was that there was a slight improvement. 1211 117} I a g0mj o-stmas business m" 1 21} 118} Arthur McDowell who has on _ __ 1 20} 1 17i a threshing gang near Lethbridge lor entire of nrogmni and two 171 HAY 10.00 Barley Trad prices. Wheat Oats Barley Flax BUYING PRICES FOR No 1 timothy, haled ton alialfa ,7Jo. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton Standard alfalfa 3 alfalfa _ Xo i bluemint 9 ao Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5JC. cows, killing wethers, 6} Choice tailing ewes Sic hogs, 150-250 Ibs 7Jc Live poultry springers, loc'lb 5 Live fowl 10-12c Me. t Fresh gathered esgs, 40c doz "Jo 1 Farmers' dairy Cutter 30c BUYING PRI0ES FOR VEGETABLES J CatloUi cwt SI W BeeB, CSt, "S Turnips, per cwt, 75c f Potatoes, per ton, to j Parsnips, per cwt. S1.50. Cabbage per cwt Toe to HOME WORK DO YOU WANT AN EXTRA SIX TO TEN DOLLARS A WEEK dustrious persons will he provided with home "work on Auto- Knitting Machines. Experience unne- cessary, distance immaterial, war orders urgent. .Write, today for rates of pay, enclosing addressed BULLETINS Macleod, Dec. guilty of manslaughter, was. sentenced to imprisonment for life. Recruiting League is taVing a military census oi the 10.00 f stamped envelope. Auto-Knitter Hos- 9 50 leiy Co Dept 167, 2 7 College St 9 00 I Toronto Ad 800 Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The tana will support you and pay for itself. An immense area, of-the most fertile land in West- trn.Cahada'.'for sale at_low-prices and easy terms, .ranging from til to J30 irrigated lands from 535 One-twentieth .down balance within 20 jears In irrigatlnn districts loan Rousing Patriotic Meeting at Burdett Burdett Dec. oi the most successful gatherings ever held ander spring Cnd SncceSsOre to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure.- Hours: to 5. Office, Hlg- Inbotham, Block. Phone 374.______ DR. E. G. mem- ber College otJSiirgepua. (Eng. Ucentjatn Royal College of Physicians L.D.S.-.1000. Hours: 1-5. 'OBice: B-8 iHIg- inbothani Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble ffi Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 661.' Re- sidence 2S4 7th Aye. 3., Phono 117C. Open. day. and night S. Y. ft Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND c! al: kinds. Carloads or Inquire for quotations when buying or sell. Ing- Wo are in touch with the best markets. Storage for rent Excellent bmemeat for ..poUshable goods. Hyde Saunders- Phone i244. P. 0. Box. 112, DECORATING OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. HAIR WORK HAIR DRESSING Combings made up, shampooing, manicuring, first class work- guaranteed. Mrs. F. G. Buck, 625 7th Street South, Phone 1037. I -------------------------------------1 WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangera and Painteri; Kalsomtnlng, General Decorating and Slgii. Writing. Estimates given. The oioesT established Painters In Lethbridge. Res.'Phono 1472; offlco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldf..: Leth- Bridge. Alta. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. .Van HaarleiL's Private Hospital and Maternity Home; Special rates en on application.' 1224 7tu Avenue South. Phone 746. NURSING MISSES M. and F.'. PHILLIPS, Grad. Nurses, have opened a private ho; pita! at 701 6tn A.venue S. Phone 315. MISS .L. F. Surgi cal and Obstetrical 'nursing. Ad- dress G33 Sth St. Sy, Phone 1285. 7-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE Can he seen anv day after 2 o'clock. '_________ 8-0 FOR SALE OR ES 3rd Ave. S. nateti bv A Hamilton was occupied bi K Trown president of the association who m a few ap in Portland Oregon, invoice approxi- mately will trade for clear title for tarn buildmgs etc" urTto }2 000, propnate mtroductor) remarks call-! to 160 acres Southern. AWear old weight about 2 "mules, 4 years old, weight about 1100; 1 gelding 8 years old, weiBhtiabout.HOO; 1 colt mare, rising 2 1 saddle pon; Massey Harm Binder, 1 set Boo sleighs 1 Seed Drill, 1 Hay Rake 1 set Iron Harrows 1 Lumber Wagon 1 Gang Plow John Deere 1 Sulky Plow, 1 4horse Culthator 1 Fanning Mill; 1 set Wagon Springs. ,NO RESERVE, TERMS CASH wW HA'RTLEY, Prop J A. SMITH, Auctioneer There will aio bo ofered for 1 .lot I.M.aortt of land and two roomed house, 16x28; one ible, room for head of ctock, 1 chicken house 13x14 1 small il HOUM; 1 yard fenced with chicken wire. ef caih, balance made to cult purchaser mitted tho following choice program Patriotic .selection, "Rule Britannia Uygg ind Miss Searle duct The boys in the Mrs. Rygg and IMiss Searle violin solo, "Last ROSE of M. Rygg solo, "Hello, Chaquer address, Hon. A. J. McLean.; yjolin Al rrcitanon R Pletcliet-; .address: Mr. D. H, Elton quartette, Mrs. Robinson, Sirs. RyRg, r RYK si Bin toio -sirs Liew elyn. Accompanist, Miss Fall. The Herald, No. 20. Ad-1- LAND FOR SALE LOST AND FOUND various pcrfornisrs were heartily ap- j plauded and encored, and the conceit .closed with tlie of ''The Maplp I.eif Forever." and "God Save the, i King." After the concert the prize; Between Post Office and 5th drawing" took place and Hank Uyggjst lady s fur cajie Finder please th FOR land" close, to the'citv, in one to forty acre tracts by owner. H. Oalvlp, Phone. R.304, I pthbrdge FOR acres, 3 miles from Chin. 140 acres broken and fenced. Price for ciuiek sale ?10.00 per acre. cash, balance 2 annual payments M. Huff, room 10 Alberta'Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. was declared the winner of the colt. R. W. Fletcher moved and O. Mer- (cer seconded a vote oi thanks to j the speakers, etc. The Patriotic Fund Committee de- leave at Herald Office. 13th St. "and Third Ave. N. and 17th SL and 3rd Ave S, a Swan fountain .pen. return to 224 13th St. sires to thank the donors and the.cejve reward ladies who helped with refreshments Finder please North and re- 9-0 and chain, contain- at the close of the concert on Fri- day night G Johnston sccrctar) announced _. rrt 'that the amount of subscriptions up v I to date was la7 W. J. Maxwel H. Johnston, W j ing. photo of man and child-: Lost I' probably between Westminster church the Farmers' Peed barn Lethbridge on Sunday night a horse with harness and halter on. Weight first three named WO" ten no brand Information to 0 Grosso be rewarded A. Hamilton, fj 31. Rshcr were can- didil f> the reeprt election for 3 counciil rs The wprp i-irctpl Jlr. and Mrs. R. ibhA att v.s.tcd I Coalhnrst LethHridKc on Saturday. STRAVED-From east 5, 5-8-10. One Donaldson reports that her! grey gelding two years old, one black sister 'Mrs who his )ii.en marc two years old one ha' Oily in I "thhndgc hospital, is improving one vear old Ml branded N lazy N i on Ml thigh 00 a head will be heated stove csisel the .paid for Information leading to their midnighl burning ol tlie home oi Dm recovers C I flillett Mural rhon" i 1 manucl Bowers at Bancroft I' O Bov 28 ifcrs requiring schools are in vited to communicate with the De- partment, stating their requirements and class ot Albeita held Teachers "who have not yet ob- tained regarding the standing to wnTch they are entitled in this Province should forward for registration any tertilieates they may hod together wl'h recent testlmon ials as to teaching ability and moral character. Address all-.communications to THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. Q. Israel, (i J'risonneai year old son of Gaspard hear Woodslce PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawysr and-Registered Patent Attorney. 15 yean experience m Canada and U. 8. Inventions .prompt- ly patented. Trade and Do- slkng teglstered; infringement and validity searches." Evidence collect- ed In patent 'Reports prepared for Write for information. Expert wltneit In patent lu'itt. Pat- entc obtained In all countrltu. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. W. A. HENDERSON COV. l.cthbrldat Madlcln, hit Winnipeg Chartered- In all Its brancbei: Audit, Secretarial, Tisory, Systematlzwg; and Truit Worn tuationfl, LlQuldatiooi, Acadia Building. Lethbriogt R J RITCHIE PATtRSDN. Charurwl Accountant Shoe Repairing Beit Leather.used, Neat, strong BROOKS' STORE 402 13th Street North PonyExpress and Transfei4 COAL COD (W pinn South ORAYING OF ALL KINDS Phone 633 trampled to death by a vicious horse TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. 0. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Wettley, Aeadia Block THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater nity and all medltal and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir cumstance" of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge Graduate .nurses for private duly also provided I or "further partlc ulars apP'J to Nursirig Mis sion 413 14th St b P.ionc S233 (MIX) A; M. TIMey, Supervisor. (Miss) Mow Cameron, Grad Nurse (Miss) J T MMtenzle, Grid DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Frelghc: ShWi. PHONES: 1014 Ofllct ;