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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta a0QVi TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUY 2, 1916 Owing to the Storms in Saslotcliewan "The Majesty of the Law," which was to have been shown today, has not arrived. "Nearly a Lady" will be shown again toniflht. We promise our patrons that this wlli not occur again. TONIGHT ONLY EL8IE JANIS IN "NEARLY A LADY' Fri. and Sat.""BattIe of Waterloo" 2,000 British Cavalry charging full tilt and other thrilling scenes taken on the actual scene of the battle. Ten per cent of Friday's gross receipts wi II be donated to "Kilties* Family Fund." I'll send you � who will come well recommended, who wIM fit Into the household and prove to be a splendid servant �mpres TONIGHT .'The Diamond from the Sky' Chapter 27 of This, the Greatest Story Ever put into Pictures- "Mine Own People"-Many other Re.illy Good Pictures which are always up to the Empress Standard. MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 Next Fri.-Sat. MAT. AT 2.30 NIGHTS-7 to 11. -People's Popular Priced- VAUDEVILLE Direction IVIartin Beci Manager Rank ot Montreal, Leth-bridge, Altn._44--0 WAXTKD-A boy to Icarn the print-iuR trade. Applv Everall & Franks, 5th St. south.______43-2 \VA.\TKD-An elderly woman to . e p for working man. Oood home for riRht party. Apply 826 7tU St. S., after_5_ o'clock eveninss._^'13-6 WANTBD-Sttuattou by Knglish girl experienced in all domestic work. Apply Box 31, Herald. 41-1) lAM AWANTAD. tVright, mi. bu O* FoTUt p�rt�n) WANTED-Position in ottice or outside work by young man with high school education, and ambitious. E.\-pericnccd. references. Apply Bo.\ 30 Herald. 42-x Iloluc Wol'U Reliable persons will be furnished with profitable, all-year-round cm-; ployment on Auto-Knitting machines. Ten dollars per week readily earned. We teach you at homo. Distance no hindrance. Write at once for particulars, rates ot pay, etc., enclosing 2c in stamps. Auto-Knitter Hosiery Co., Dept. 1S7C, 25" College Street Toronto. TEACH EH WANTED-Uurdett, S. D. Xo. -OSS, duties to commence Feb. ISth. JIarried man preferred. Address a'.l answers to F.A. Lumbard, Secretary, Burdett. i\.lta. State class of certificate and salarv expected. I 42-G WANTED-A good general Apply ,i:il Sth St. South. servant. 42-G THE ENTIRE COMPANY OF 19 PERFORMERS ALSO SENT "IRISH JUSTICE-Positively Last Appearance PRE. WANTED-Capable stenographer, one with experience in a grain broker's office preferred. Apply Uox 7 Herald , office. 40-fi 5 Reel World Feature, Reine Davis in "Sunday." and Orchestra. Picture starts 7.30; curtain 9. Admission 50c to Everybody. WAXTED-Bell boy at Hotel. .-Vpply at ottico. Alexandra 39-C AT THE EMPRESS Chapter 27 of the Diamond from the Sky will be the big feature at the Empress tonight. again. Those who have not seen "Nearly a Lady" should not fail to do so tonight. For Friday and Saturda>- 'Tlie j Battle of Waterloo," taken on the actual scene ot the battle, and one i of the most wonderful and costly i pictures ever produced, will be sliown. i One scene alone shows 2000 British ^ �PACIFIC I WANTED-A stenographer and book-; keeper. -A.pply Grant & Xloir, Bar-f ons. Alta. 39-0 j WANTED-Men and women to iearn ; I barbering. Wages while learning; tools [rcc. Situation guaranteed. In-I formation, book of instructions mail-it' ed free. Calgary Barber College, 81.i 1 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 Luke Loreli escapes from the cafe cavalry charging at the gallop. Ten and gives the diamond from the sky to the Italian to take to Esther. The Italian goes east with the diamond, riding in the smoker, while De Vaux, the last of the pack, rides in the Pullman, little dreaming the jewel is on the same train. Esther and Hagar go back to their own people, the gypsies. The story proceeds to show how Esther gives the jewel to Arthur and how Luke again comes into possession ot it. per cent, of Friday's gross receipts will be donated to the Kilties families' fund. Don't miss this wonderful feature. :! W.V.NTEU-.Men and woiren to learn barber trade ; eight weei a flualifi^s ; tools free ; wages while learninE; ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata- PACIFIC COAST! 'b"rcoiTc EXCURSION TO S34.10 Kary. College, eo4a Centre St., Cal-37-0 BOARD AND ROOMS PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE > .SHOWS AGAIN TONIGHT .Tlie second night's perfonuance of Pantages H-a.udeville at the Orpheum proved much more popular than the opening night. Over three hundred people were disappointed on account of a capacity house long before eight o'clock. Don't fail to secure your tickets early tonight. Oyer twelve already seen TO IVanc'Ouvei', Victoria aiulj^ New Westminster BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th St. North. 34-0 DATES AT STARLAND .A.S announced in today's adv., owing to severe storms in Saskatchewan.,________ _____ ----- "Tho Majesty of the Law," which was hundred people have to have been shown at Starland to-' this wonderful show and all have pro-day, has not arrived. Elsie Janis in nounced it the greatest that ever was "Nearly a Lady" will iie shown again;seen in Lethbridge. Due to its popu-tonight. We apologise to our patrons - lar demand, the same show will at>-fOPbelng obliged to disappoint them pear again tonight. If you want to again, but have taken the matter up,laugh and hear good singing, see tills "With our film exchange, and they have ' show. Over 1� people appear on the promised to re-arrange the routing stage in the wonderful after piece en-of; the Paramount pictures. We there-; titled Irish Justice. Four ot the fore promise that tliie will not occur EAT LESS AND TAKE SALTS FOR KIDNEYS Take a Glass of Salts if Your Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers cleverest acts in vaudeville present their own offering and cacl act is worth the price of admission alone. OF SALE-FEBRUARY 8, 9, 10, and 11 RETURN LIMIT APRIL 30, 1916 Further information from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. or, ^nihat Are YOU Worth From the TO RENT ro RENT-One six roomed fully iuodern house. S13 Sth Ave. South. 1 l-roonied modern cottage witli gar Apply British Canadian Trust Co. Conybeare Block. 39-G TO I..ET-Five roomed cottage near post office. Newly decorated throughout. Apply Alberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd., Phone 1214. 41-G TO LET - Modern seven roomed house on 7th Ave. S., in tine residential district. Special rato to party who will take good care ot it. Apply -Albei'ta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd. Phone 1214. 41-G TO RENT-A seven roomed house, fully modern with gas, in good repair. 614 6th St. S., $15 per month. Also a 13-roomed fully modern bouse, coal or gas, storm windows throughout close in, well situated tor rooming house, fil.1 Gth St. S., $20 per month. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency or owner Ed, McKenzie, phone R. 109 or Box .546, City. 24-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 MASSAGE SUPERFLOU8 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�� K. M, Holmes graduftto of tho Pennsylvania Orth opaertic Instlttjte. Medical MasanRe and Gymnastics tgwedish), Electrical Vibratory and Thernoeutlo Light Treatments. Rlbotrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull aik CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith an-' June B. Smith-Chli'opractic spina' ndju.stment.o will euro your chronic complaints. Call In and talk it over Office in rasidence. 7th Ave. S H'nirs 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. Phon' 1877. 43-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarien. 8 Private Hospital and Materniiv Home. Sp.clal rates glv en on application. 1224 7th Avcuuf South. Phono 746. V I A V I VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 OSTEOPATH MEDICAL DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Aecouclier. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phono 126,1. DR. TAYLOR-tHar, Eye. NoBo and Ttioat; 116 Sherlock Bidg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341, Ro* BidoRco 693. DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Shorlook Block. Telephones: Office 310; Resldonco 1000. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.;>0; 7 to S p.m. DENTAL DR. SARA B. DETWILER, 318 Sherlock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phono 1521. 33-25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Clcanlns; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most sciontinc methods applied without injury to garments Our work is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 224 Sixth Street South. OUR CIT/ DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS-Furs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order: best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato of Itoyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dtntal Certificate. Ottico: Rooms 6 and 6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Urs. Courtlce ft Gilchrist)-Graduate Unlvorsity of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. .Macdonald Block. Phone 1105, Lethbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS �nd MARRS-Dentists. SuccesBora to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to 6. Office, HIg-inbotliam Block. Phone 374. DR. E G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, niPtn-her of Royal Collpge of Surgeons. ( Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London.! L.D.9. 1900. Hours: 912-. 1-S Iftlee' '-!-':- i---,-- - .......> nujr trouble, because we eat too arid all our food is rich. Our . . iSifllied with uric acid which th noys strive to filter out, they frp,m overwork, become sluggish,___ v'; eliminative tissues clog and the re- the tlieatre-KOinK public, for they con-' suit is kidney trouble, bladder weak- stitute the eiream o! the acts hi> ' npss and a general decline in health, by Martin Beck, the president of tiie When your kidnsjys feel like lumps Orpheum Circuit, o)! lead; your back hurts or the urine i .^ct nuraher one on tiiis week's tiill Is'iiiloucly, lull of sediment or you are ' will be the famous .jewcll Cil � Trio, obliged to seek relief two or three three younij nien with woniloriully ,. times during the night; if you suffer hartuohio- s voices, who present an ; y^itM sick headache or dizzy, iier- act that has recfi.ntly scnrca a terrific ! .voua spells, acid stomach, or you hit nt the I^alace Theatre, Chici-o. have rheumatism when tho weather i BeiiKl.tini; butli vounu and old, iB-had, get from your pharmacist King Hlac'.t I>'ace, the educatsd hors apout four oijnce.s of Jad Salts; take - ttitableBpoontul in a glass ot water hOLore breakfast tor a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid . ofsgrapes and lemon Juice,.combined will next be seen. Styled as "the horse with tlie human brain," Kin^; Black Fare will amaze week-end audiences at llie iMa.iestic witli his marvellous c ilciilatini; powers. -Musical, acts of the better clas^ al- Get a Fai'ui of Your Own TAKE 20 YEArtS TO PAY it you wish. Tht-. land will bupport ^ you and pay tor itself. An Imuiense i area of the most fertile land in West- o - , em Canada for sale at low prices and SScl-*-:!.f-!vhT easy terms, ranging from $11 to $30 is ho wonli from the or farm lands wiili ample rainfall--n-igated lanOs from ?3r,. Terms-^i/er/'.^foTt^^inln?: lne-t\ientieth down, balance within If voii aro tmincdso in ^irrigation districts '^UVo^^^'^^ worth ten times as much aa tho man who can v:orlc only un'ler order.^. The Intarnatlenal Correspandinca Schools tfo to tlie niun who is .�ilriiL'fflJni: njony on sinaU pay nnrj say to him. "We will train yrni for promotion riirhi v.-hdrD you are, or we will tiimliiy yrju to take up a more congenial IJno of work at a much hi;^li(!r sftUiry/' Ivvury month sev-oral hundred Btu-ilcnt.? voluntarily ruport ailvancomcnt as th� direct result of l.C.S.tralnlnc. Youneeil not lenvo your present work, or your own homo. (lark this coupon at once and mail it. bon5. For apply to Utei-nturft and particulars Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, Desk 26. Dept. of Natural Resources, CP.R., Calgary, Alta, Ad. No O .Tins PAGK ClOijS TO PHKSS AT I .O'CLOCK i\ M. CLASSIFIIiin ADS MUST BE DKIJVKRED BY THIS }�{ OUR TO K N S U lUC IX S K R T10 N T)iR SAMic Day as OUDKHKI). Strriie'^so rXJt T^ii'clever'to'caTy'^r S'a'te a Bouroe of irritation fhus ending hundreds of musi- L~lBoU':!s.' infruments on which they r n- J8d Salts J8 inexpensive: cannot In-.'*^'" "^^"^^^ CjIco. K. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors PHONE 1057 P. 0. BOX 534 Olllco: Rear Stafford Block. HORSES bought and sold. Apply H. 0. Rollag, Lethbridge Sale Barn, 324 3rd St. S., Phone 1552. -11-6 FOR SALE-Mason & Rlsch mahogany satin finish piano, only slightly used, was ?50(), now $280. Mason & Hisch Piano Co., Balmoral Block, oth Street South^________ FOR SALE-One used organ in good order, $28.00. Mason & Risch Ltd., Balmoral Block, St. S. 33-0 FOR SALE-Alfalfa, timothy, mixwi hay, biuojolnt and straw ready lor prompt shipment. Ail hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 20.i Sherlock Bldg. Pliuno 777. Residence Phone 3G5. 9-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-January 31st, between Star-land and King's Iiotel, or oa llliio car, a dresser scarf and scissors, design, "blue birds". Finder please rn turn to Herald. 44-1 W. U. WILSON, Lleented Auctioneer. All 'tlnds of sales conducted. Terms rPBBonable. . Prompt settlements Job lots of Btoclsii ot merchandise prrcha^ed. I will n)po buy the en ( tire contents of furnished houses Head office at ihe Wilson Furniture Co., 4tfi IStb dt. Worta I.�tiil>ridae. Prone 1023. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Vloliniat, instruc tor in stringed and brass instruments. Phone 1677. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alta. 35-0 FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale ot your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and etfects. ctn-sult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-bridtre, who w�ill give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 2G6-0 DRESSMAKING AND SEWING- Wanted daily. Miss Rutter, caro ot 410 5th Ave. South. 44-6 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio 122G Sth Ave. A. South, Phone 1308. 44-12 PIANO TUNINCS G. H. CRIPP8. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Orgau Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leftdlng musiclahs of the city. Phone UflU. 1253 Gth Ave. A South. DECORAT-.NG WELLINGTON BROS.-The Docorat ors, Paperhangers and Painters. Kalsominliig, General Decoratlni-end Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Re?. Phono 3472; oinop phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. I.,eth bridce. Alta. 150-o HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-F�eil o( nil kinds. Carloads or less. Inqulri' for quotations when buying or sell Ing- Wo are In touch with tlie husi markets Storage space for rent "xcellont haaemcnt for peilahablo goods. Mydf & Saundera Phom' 1244. P. 0. Box 112. Ifi7-0 PROPERTY FOR S'AI,E iDternatlonal correspondence Scbools Dox 888, Scranton, Pa. � lull. tio� 1 c�o quality lot Ihe poiiifoo, ii�: 7'"" Alberta.-Advertisement. CATARRH of the BLADDER rctlovccl in 24HOURS sulofioar? tpo {MIDYI imma fir IteuHiraofpnun tcr/clls .�iome miss, and will take Lcfclibridge by stotm. Four reels of fiood clean motion 'pictures, iiiclujlint; the latest War Weeiily will he sliown, and with an orcliestral concert bv the Ma.icstic or-chetitra, the .show assumes ulcasinn j Eiprearahce. "  * 1 I'airous should rfiin';mbcr the scale of rrices, whicli niHKe from 15c. to fiOc, all scats heinir reserved upon I application at the Ilediey DruK Co. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases I except contagious diseasos) and cliarges according to the oir-cumstances of tlio patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For furtlior particulars apply to the Nursing Mis-5lOD. 413 14th SU S: Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tiiley, Superviaop. fMiss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse 'Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurst Auloir.obllo Hunninii Poultry l-nrmluie Sookkveper Stenogripher Advertiitlnii Mm Show.Card Writing Window Trlmmlnor Commcrclnllllutlrat. Indu.trial Deaiifnlntf Architectural Draft.. Chctnlat LaiiaunKei UanUlnw Clvll.'iiirvlct' Spanl.h l-rencli (Ivrman Italtuii Electrical Wlrenian Klectrlcat Engineer Klacbanlcal Urafliman Mechanical Rnglneer 'relephonc Expert StallonarY Engineer Textile MaauUcturlaB CMI Engineer Dullding Conuactor Architect Concrete Conatruct'n I'lumhing, Steam FIlfK Mine Foramen Mine Superintendent LOST-Somewhere on street on .Jan. �lst, one raccoon gauntlet. Finder kindly return to Wilson .Skolth's office, Sherlock buiidin-.;. 'fi-J LOS'I'-A p arl cameo ncc'laco, between 3r(l A c. and Hth Ave. on 7th .street. Kinder plua: e apply at Box 29, Herald.________42-3 LOST - SoTiewtiere between Leth-lirid^o and Monarch, a rrip contain-inK lineman's tools. Name of L. h. Iluiinols on prip. Finf'er se return to I). Ryan, Tabor, and reward will be Kiven.________43-3 LOST-From 307 7th Ave. S., on the iev-sunie and receive reward. 41-B FOR SALE-'i'wo well built plastered houses on lot 40 ft x IfiO ft., clear title. Snap. Apply 84 4tli Avenue Hardiovillo, Alta. 41-G HOUSE WANTED WANTED-Five roomed cottage-modern-immediately, tor purchaser. Additional accommodation for horse preferred. Send us best price and termc. Alliorta Loan &. Investment Co., Ltd., Phono 1214, 41-G LAND I SI. & No.. J City________.________________Slate_______ \V. G. SMITH 926-8th St. 8. Representative for Lethbridge and District MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED - F. A. Rogers will buy second hand clothing, t"urniture, stoves, harness, oto. Nothing too largo or too small for us to handle. Best prices given. Post card will brijig prompt attention. 711 12th St. A. N. 39-(I WANTIOD-A second hand bicycle- state make and price, Apply Box 8, Herald. , 44-I BLACKSMITH-Skates hollow ground wood rpllt pulloya made to order, wood turning, band paw worlcs and ripping. Ono pair of light doiiverv bobs, one light Bloiiih luid oi'o delivery wagon for huiq, P. A, HiirdUii:, 1401 4tU Ave. N. ' 4-1-0 WANTED-To rent section of Ftuhhle Innd in hloc'c of hal.cs, suitable to he dis'-ort to crop. Some itood sum-ini'rf.'Ulow preicrreil. Must be (iood loc f on. Kfiliable party. AdrtreFS .'iv-iuK particulars to Box '24, Herald. 43-e W. A. HENRERSOf* � COY. Lethbridge : : : Medlcin* hat Winnipeg Chartered Aeeountatrta Accountancy In all Its branchee: Audit. Secretarial, Ad. vlsory. Systematizlpf;, end Trust Work, Invea-iteatlons, Liquldatiooa, Acadia Building, Lethbrlage Resident R. J, RITCHIE PATER90N. Chartered AocounUnt (Sr.ot) if DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. FrelQhi Shed*. PHONES: Office........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 FOR SALE-Improved farm land, ?10 per acre and up. To trade city property for land. Alberta land to trade tor land In Montana, Dakota or Florida; Oregon and Washington land to trailo tor Alberta laud. T. M. Hutt Room 10, Alborta Block, Lelhbiidgo, .Mbortn. 3G-12 Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. D. FOR SALE-One quarter Soctlon, N. E, 1-4 Section 22, Township 9, range 10, West ot tliB Fourth, at $12,00 per acre. $800.00 mortgage. Apply Calgary Saddlery Co., Ltd., 110 11th Ave. E., Calgary, Alta. 41-0 (08 PIfth Street South. DRAYING OF KINDS inioue 632 ALU DRPSSES DIIW.SSMAKINO-Or cutting nnd f't-tinu: only. Room \ "^sw Dominion Building. i3-0 TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCE?, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. % TTALL (Ground Floor) Apply 0. Weutleyi Acadia B(pck ;