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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHnulDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 191f> l-AST TIMES TONIGHT The Greatest Play Ever Staged by Elsie Janis-See the Marvellous Swimming pool in the Picture-r II of Thrills and Laughter.. PARAMOUNT PRESENTS ELSIE JANIS IN ^^Nearly a Lady aramount i ictures MONDAY-TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD IN "A GIRL OF YESTERDAY" THE GIRL FROM HIS TOWN' , Will not be shown till next Monday owing to the fact that it is snowbound between here and Winnipeg. We arc sorry to disappoint you. The Same Bill Presented Last Night will be shown again for the last time tonight. Short snappy dramas' and Comedies. MAJESTIC .TONIGHT and I'll send you a maid whs will come well recommended, who will fit Into the household and prove to be a splendid servant PHONE 1722 Next Fri.-Snt. MAT. AT 2.30 NIGHTS-7 to 11. -People's Popular Priced- A AIDEYILLE Direction Martin Beck, President Orpheum Circuit ANOTHER GREAT BILL KING BLACK The Educated FACE Horse THE JEWEL CITY Direct from Palace Theatre, Chicago MATHES BROS. AND GIRLIE Novelty Singing and Dancing The MUSICAL VYNOS Sketch "The Musical Farmya rd 4-Reels New Pictures MAJESTIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA People's Popular Prices Nights ... 15c. 23c, 35c. 50c Matinees, adults ...... 25c Children, 10c any time. SEATS AT HKDLEYS the West-You Can't go Wrong on this Show. ATM. 15KANDELL .fc CO. Presents the Musical Comedy "The Bachelor's Sweetheart" A Wonderful Act ^\lLh J. ^\Alw And his 5 Piano Girls in a Musical Bouquet. A very classy offer-inq which cannot help but please one and all BIKXS .S: KISSEX Proved a Scream from Start to finish last night in their. Song, Frolic and Comicalities and Monologues WANTKO-Kx|!e;it'!iii'(l hrciul sali's-iiian to drive wauon. i-^ti'ailv job. Ap-plv Box 2S, lU'vatil. �IS-'.J WANTI'.n-.\ bov to loarii tlii' print-| ins trade. Applv Iv.l'rall l-'ranks, :,-)th St. south. _ _______________-13-2 AVANTKU-Yomii; sirl to taki 7lh St. S., after a o'clock cviMiincs^ _ 13-ti \S.\NTKD-Situation by l^uKliyh yirl I'Xperlencoa lii all donu'sllc work. Apply Uox 31, Herald. tl-fi VVANTICI)-^i'oisitloii in olllco or out-, bide work hy youiis man with high .�school education, anil ambitious. Ex-I' pericnccd, references. Apply Box 30 lloraUi. 4'2-x ENTIRE COMPANY OF 19 PERFORMERS ALSO SENT "IRISH JUSTICE" PRE- Reel World Feature, Reine Davies in "SUNDAY" Picture starts 7.30; curtain 9. Admission 50c to Everybody. ] WA.N'TI'JD-General ttiaid for family "f three. Apply til tSth Street 't^onih. 4i;-2 'T k aImi KirWAN'ii: 1)-irtndelT.'^r Xo. liOSS, duties to commence Fob. :1''th. Married man preferred. Address all answers to P.A. l^umbard, Sicretary, liurdett. .\lta. State class i of certiticnto anil salary expected. I _ ___ J'ti!^ rVVANTKb" - iToo'd "conipelent Rialcf for general liou.sework. Apply Mrs. IL A. Wrlaht, 12t!i 4th Ave. S., or jeall at ^\'Hl;hts .Jewelry Store. 42-G I WANTED-A gooii penoral servant. j;.\pply SIh St. Soutli. 42-C [was so popular and successful in '"The Stolen \'oioe" and "The Family Cupboard," is the female star in this I pliotodraipa. I The director of the picture is Oscar ^! E-agle, who produced "The Cotton King" and "The Little Mademoiselle," . _ . ____....... so that a thoroughly exciting and en- ] wliich by the way is ; tertaining photodrama may be looked 'for. , "Tlie Sing of Society" will be presented at the Empress Theatre on Friday and Saturday of this week. ROBERT WARWICK IN "THE SINS OF SOCIETY" "Tlie Sins of Society" is a gambling laratna-a film sermon on the evils of insidious vice. It illustrates some of the most exciting incidents of New King Black Face, the educated horse. "King Black Face" is siyled as "the horse with the human brain," and certainly exhibits almost human intelligence. The Musical Vyons bavo a musical act styled "The Mu.sical Farmyard," a \V.\NTED-Capable stenographer, one with experience in a grain broker's office preferred. Applv Box 7 Herald office. 40-6 WANTED-Bell boy at Ifotel. Apply at office. Alexandra 39-0 WANTED-A stonogralJlier and book-lieeper. Apply Grant & Jioir, Barons. Alta. 39-0 \\'A.VTED-For Itoyai View scJiool distinct nov-' district No. 20fi3, a teaciier. Duties elty. They will be heard in both to cpiumenco February 1st, lOlti. Ap-popular and classical music, rendered ply -�'I- .MacKenzie. Secy. 38-(i on various standard and "freak" in ANOTHER GREAT VAUDEVILLE BILL FOR f,1AJESTIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Opening-with the matinee on Friday next, another great bill will be seen at the _______ .Booked by Martin Beck, the president'popular Majestic. Hesen-cd scats will lork life in its most spectacular as-io{ jjig famous Orpheum Circuit, these so on sale at Hedlcys on Thursday pects, and includes in its many startl-jacts now plaving the Majestic have ; n^om'ns. struments. Matlies Bros, and Girlie arc entertainers of a very high standard, and will offer their own conception of a song and dance act. Four reels of the very latest pictures and the Majestic concert or-vairdeville �'^I'sst'"^ will round out what promises Majestic. be the best bill yet seen at the iU!; happenings the sinking of � troop ship by a submarine-something that wo are reading about these times In the newspapers. This scene alone ivill make the picture a noteworthy offering to the motion picture theatre going public. Robert Warwick has a fine, manly, heroic part in "The Sins of Society" and that excellent actor. Alec Francis, is in the cast. Dainty little Frances Nelson, who fast been recognized by iocal playgoers to be the real standard of vaudeville. Headlining this week's bill will be seen the Jewel City Trio, a trio of young men with wonderful voices. Coming direct from the Palace Theatre, Chicago, where they recently scored a phenomeiial hit, this trio will take Lethbridge by storm. An unusual vaudeville attraction which will be Jncludetl in the bill is WANT'^D-Meii and women to learn barbering. Wages while learning; ; tools free. Situation guaranteed. In-I formation, book of instructions mail-i ed free. Calgary Barber College, Sl.i 1 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 ' Vv,'lN''ri'^D--Men and won'en to learn harbor trade; eight wee's uualifies ; tools tree ; waicsWhile leiirninj!; ; positions );uarantrpd ; illustrated cala-loa,up and partic\ilars Irre. ^lolcr Barber College, GOla Centre St., Cal-carv. 37-0 Splendid Vaudeville Bill at Orpheum MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED - F. A. Rogers will buy second hand clothing, furniture, .stoves, harness, etc. Nothing too largo Did you see Pantnges vaudeville at!or too small for ua to handle. Best the Orpheum Monday night? If not, Ipi'ices given. Post card wilt bring PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�� K. M. Holmes gradtjftto of the Pennaylvanln OrtU-opnertlo Itist.ttute. Medical MnRRnge and Oymnnstlcs iSwedish), Elccirl-oal Vibrntovy and Thoracoutlc Light Treatmenta, Rlcctrolysls and Sham-cooing TrBtttmonta' given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull 3llt. CHIROPRACTORS lAMAWANTATJ. nrrtght, im. by Do forest Ptrttr.) TO RENT ro RENT-One six roomed fully aioderii house. S13 Sth .Vvo. South. 1 (-roomed nio(m.(m(i a iio'.md would In, the price ;''���� ''f''' ^ , . ' you for inoniotion riclit wiiere you arc, or we v.ill tiuiilliy you to t.vho up a more conjreiil.'tl Umt of ^vo^l: at a much hi;;lit:r snlriry." I'lverv nir-nlli .ifv. cr:il hlilidi stu-tk'Mts vohiularil y it'port .'tilViint.-Dl�ent as tlic* direct result of I. C.S. Iraliiimr. You need not leavo asked for radium \sL-n: I hat iiuaiitily of the valuable nii;tal avallivljlo ami for sale at one time, l.att; hi I'.il'i there was sold in this country one and one-tenth grams of radium fele-ment) at the rate of SlJu.nuo u jiram, according to a vf'porl issued toduy by the United Stales giiolnKlcal survey. Tho entire output of tho United States last veal', however, \\:\h ojilv , grams, or alioul l-7li of a pound avoir- v^J^^p;-;;;;;''; v>;;;f_',V. dupoi.s. Tiic lOuroiioaii \sar caused a 1 MorUtliincoui.onat great Kluiup in tiie production of ra-| o����''oi''"h. diuiii, us in I'Jlt there were grams ',�.�4 *...���� * � �  > ^ produced. I; inlerniillonal corrcspondentc Sctooois  The first sBaplaiU! has iust 1k-('ii add- '� ricnsc cjpi.iin, wiihout cutnict ui.iic.uion my , ^ p.\tl, li'.w ( tA-.i oslll..n, tUiU, or ^ HORSES bought and sold. Apply H. O. Rollag, Lethbridge Sale Uarn, 324 3rd St. S., Phone 1552. 41-6 FOR SALE-Mason & Hlsch mahogany satin finish piano, only slightly used, was ?500, now $:!S0. Mason & Risch Piano Co., Balmoral Block, Sth St�eet_ South^___33-0 FOR SALE-One used organ in good order, $:iS.0O. Mason & Risch Ltd., Ualmoral Block, uth St. S. 33-0 FOR SALE-Alfalfa, timothy, mlxwi hay, bUioJoint and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 77". � UesidencQ Phone 365. 9-0 LOST AND FOUND worth ten times as mueh as th^' man LOST-A pearl cameo necklace, bc-twcen 3rd Ave, and fith Ave. on 7th street. Finder please apply at Box 29, Herald.__________-12-3 LOST - Somewhere between Letli-I bridge and Monarch, a grip contain-i inK lineman's tools. Name of L. L. Hunnols on Krip. Finder "leiS!- return to 1). Hyun, Taher, and reward will he given._____ LOST-From 307 7lh Ave. S., on tho aigbi of .lanuary 27th, black retriever puppy. Finder please return sumo and receive reward. 41-6 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-Chlropnictlc spinal ndjuatments will cure your chronic complaints. Call in and talk it over. Office In residence, y03 7th Ave. S Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. Phone 167T. 4.3-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlepi'a Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rate.9 glv. on on application. 12li 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. V I A V I. VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, CI!) 10th Street South. 31-0 OSTEOPATH DR. SARA b., DETWILER, 318 Sherlock Block, Houra: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Kvenlngs by appointment. Pliono 1521. 33_25 PIANO TPNING Q. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory oxpsrlonce. Hon. ours Ocrtlflcflte MT. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leadin? musicians of the city. Phono UCS. 1253 fith Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Llcented Auctioneer, All ^Inds of sates conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job lots of Btooka ot mcrcnandiso purchased. I will also buy the entire contents nt fiinilshcd houses Head onice at the Wilson fiimiture Co., 416 IStll dt. NortH Letfahndge, Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and eftects, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-brldse, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms, Twen. ty years' experience. 26C-0 MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accoticlier. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Ofticu 914 T)ilrd Avenue. Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose and TJ-.iont; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; ovoninga by appointment. Phones: Offico 341, Ilo-Bidcnco G'JS. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Office. 10!) Sherlock Block, Tolephcims; Office 3HI; UewUlonce 1090. Office houra: 11 to 12 a.m.-, 1.30 to ;i.3U; 7 to 8 p.m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate! of Royal Coi'.opo of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Ofntnl Ccrtiiloato. Office: Rooms 6 and C. Bryan Block, Phone 1071. DR. L. t. ALLEN-Dentist (successor | to Drs. Courtico & Gilchrist)-Orad-uato Untvorslty ot Maryland. Rooms 8 nnd fl. i\fnodonald Block. Phone 1105, Lethbridge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Houra: 9 fo E. Office, Hlg-Inbothnni Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal r^llego ot Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Phy^iclaca (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: .c.ii,rnlna * rttiiicctural lJi:i(is, riii'inial Ltwiuiiiiivtl lliiiiklnu Civil S�rvl.- i rtiuli [Jurtili'al Wlreinnii l.lectficul ILiii(in�-t'r MccliuiiicalDfadaman Mvchiinicul i'.ni{iritrar Tclcphoiic K)([)cr{ .Sljtif.niiry Knutncer Tu-.ttllc^)unu()iclurlnK Cfvlf ICaifinitur liiiilOiiiu Contractor Architect CoTicrflit Conatriict'n IMiifiiliinK.Slcuiii t'lll'u Mliiu l-oteniaii Mum Sup�rintcniloril Geo. 11. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors PHONE 1057 P, 0. box 534 onico: Keor Stafford Block, .__; 4 '. City......---------------------- .S"/ LAND Bring Back its Color and Lustre with Grandma's Sage Tea Recipe. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded iiair beautifully dilrk and luxuriant; remove oyory hit of dandruff, stop Itching scali) and falling hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at liome, though, is troubiosonio. An easier way Is to got tho roady-to-uso tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, itnown as "Wyeili's Sago and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not Hlnl'ul, >v(; all doslro to retain our youthful appoarauco and attractive-nosB. Ily darkening your lialr with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can toll, because it does it so naturally, HO evenly. You just dampen a spongo or soft brush with it and draw fills llirough your hair, taking one Hmall strand'at a ilnio; hy morning 'all gray hairs liiivu disappeared, . After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you appear yeui-B younger. J. D, HlglnboLham & Co., Limited, Drugglst�, Lethbridge, Alta.-Ad V ertlsenien t. WANTI5D-To rent .section ot stubble land in block or halves, suitable to bo diiiced to crop. Some ^ood suiii-inerlallow preferred. Must he %qoA loci-.llon. Raliahlo party. Address divine; particulars to Box 24, Herald. 4H-ii FOR SALE-improved farm land, ?10 per acre and up. To trade city property for land. Alberta land to trade for land In Montana, Dakota or Florida; Orogon and WnshinKton land to trade for Alhorla land, T. M, Huff Room 10, Alberta Block, Lothbildge, .\lbena. � 311-12 FCJR SAXE-^Ono quartor"Suc\TTO E. 1-4 Section 22, Township !i, range 10, West ot . the Fourth, at ?12.00 per acre. $800.00 mortgage. Apply Calgary Saddlery Co., Ltd,, IIO llth Ave, E., O^tlgary, Alta. 41-0 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses tor maternity and ajl medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charSBB tiocording to the oir-cuniBtanceP of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Gruduatb nurses for private duty also providoil, For further partlc-ulara apply to tho Nursing Alls-nlon, 41? 14lh St. S. Pliono J233. (Ml�8) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Qrad. Nurae fMIss) J.T, Macl