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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERAtD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1916 NO t IIANGli; TODAY "Mn.josty of the Law" lias not Arrived Friday and Sat.-"Battle of Waterloo" 10% of Friday's Night Receipts to go to "Kilties' Families Fund." TONIGHT ONLY JLhSm JANIS IN "NEARLY A LADY" nRPHEUM U TONIGHT 111 ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME One Act Vaudeville and Pictures ADMISSION ONLY 15c; CHILDREN 10c. :"TILLIES'"PUNCTURED ROMANCE" WILL BE SHOWN NEXT WEEK EMPRES FRIDAY watLkin'TheBlnsofSQc'ety' A Powerful and Thrilling Melodrama filled with Sensational and Exciting incidents. "DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" FOR THE LAST TIME TONIGHT I'll Bend you a maid who will come well recommended, who will fit Into the household and prove to be a splendid servant PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUxVTIONS VACANT MAJESTIC pi. PHONE 1722 A VOT Next Fri.-Sat. MAT. At 2.30 NIGHTS-7 to 11. -People's Popular Priced- VAUDEYILLE Direction Martin Beck, President' Orpheiim Circuit ANOTHER GREAT BILL r KING BLACK FACE The Educated Horse THE JEWEL CITY TRIO Direct from Palace Theatre, Chicago MATHES BROS. AND GIRLIE Novelty Singing and Dancing The MUSICAL VYNOS Sketch "The Musical Farmyard 4-Reels New Pictures MAJESTIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA People'* Popular P.-ice� NIghU ... ISc, 25c 3Sc. 50c Matineos, adult* ... Children, 10e any time. SEATS AT HEDLEYS �i Night � Matin � Chlldi J SK Rev, R. A. Kerr, Bantlst minister at Flesherton. has ealisted with the 127th Grep Battalion. Samuel Law, elected as alderman in Gait, has joined the 111th Battalion as a private. WANTKO-YounB man to learn pho-toBrapli bushmas. Cull nt Klectrlc Studio, 5th St. S. �__44-a W.VNTIon-At once, niaiil al tJalL' Hospitul. Apply at Superlntoii(lont'.s �jftico.___ 45-1 I NVAN'ri'.'ll--Man, \vTcii~ wTfe7"�uriio ' ehililroii. to look after bunk buildings and preinlsos Ju town Letli-bi-idgo. His wlto to act ns house-koept^i-. Apply with rm'eroncos to -ManaRor l3auk o( Montreal, Loth-bridge. Altn. 44-0 W.VXTKD-All elderly woman to'e p house for work ins man. Good home for ris;ht party. Apply 82ti 7th St. S., alter 5_ o'clockeveniiics.__43-U WA.NTi'^D-Bituution' by bngllsh girl (experienced in nil domestic work. Apply Box 31, Herald. 41-6 TEACHER WANTED-Uurdett. S. D. .N'o. 20SS, duties to commeuce Feb. 15th. Married man preferred. Address nil answers to F.A. Lumbnrd, Secretary, Rurdott, Alta. State class of certificate and .lalary expected. 42-S WANTEIT-A good general Apply oSl Sth St. South. servant. 42-6 \VA.\TED-Capable stenographer, one with experience in a grain broker's olTice preferred. Apply Box 7 Herald office. 40-6 WANTED-Bell boy al Hotel. Apply at office. Alexandra 39-0 WANTED-A stonograplier and bookkeeper. Apply Grant & Jlotr, Barons, Altn. 39-0 WAXTSD--Men and women to learn barbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 lAM AWANTAD. tinigM, mi, i>v Dt Fvr-t P�n$r.y TO RENT "0 RENT-House No. 52S, 15th St. ',outh, fully modern and furnished, .pply L. S. Bipley & Co., 714 3rd Ave; South. 45-0 MASSAGE SUPERFL0U3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K, ''I. Holmes gradtinto of the'Pennsylvania Orth opaertic Institute. Mcdioal MnssnRe and Oymnasttcs ifwcdlsh). Eleclrl-on! Vibratory arid Thernnoutlo Light TrfifltmentB, Rlectrolysis and Shampooing Troatmenla given by ap-polhtmnnt only. Room t Hull Slk MEDICAL CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i SMITH-Hyruni Smith and June E. Smith-Chiropractic spina' ndJUBtment.H will euro your chronic complaints. t;all m and talk it over Office in re.-sidence. 1'03 7th Avo. S Honrs 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. Phonr 1677. 43-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlett-'s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates glv en on application. 12L'4 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. vi avi DR. W. a. GALBRAITH-PhyBlcInn, Surgoon, Accouclier. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Oftlue 014 Third Avenue. Phone 1263. Dr". TAYLOR-Bar, Eye, Noso and Throat; UR ShorlocU Bldg. Ottlca hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones; Oltlce 341, Ronts of furnished houses Head olhce at the WlL-ion Fumlture Co., 416 1.1tb rft. Morta Lothhrldge, Prone 1021 PROF. M. E, RYGG, Violinist, Instruc tor In stringed and brass Instruments, Phone 1677. 903 7th Avo, South, Lethbrldgo, Alta. 35-0 BOARD AND ROOMS BO.'VRD AND ROO-M-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th St. North. 34-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAI E night of January 27th, black retrieve Eai^Ie directed the picture, 1 puppy. Finder please return same >-------------. ^.^-g nM,rn Qhnw ,riro<= , ^plsou are cast. | LOST-W ill the party picture show prices. , ..^.^^ gj^^ g^^.^^^.,, p^^. . ....., 'sented at the Empress theatre on Fri- RESERVED SEATS NOW SELLING jay and Saturday Geo. R. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Hear Stafford Block. FOR VAUDEVILLE AT THE MAJESTIC Vaudeville fans may reserve their seats in advance for any ot the vaudeville nights at the Majestic by applying for Hedleys or phoning �1723. A great bill has been prepared ^ ifor this Friday and Saturday, one that will surprise. Heading the bill THIRD PARTY WOULD BE CREATED Calgary, Feb. 2.-The members of Notice to Creditors In the matter of The Bulk Sales the Temperance and Moral Reform ..^ct of Alberta, and in tho matter of league of Alberta in the annual con-' who picked up by mistake a pair of ladies' long r,-hite /kid gloves, at the Rebekah lance Tuesday night, return same to 5ox M, Herald office. 45-0 vention, which was started yesterday are the Jewel City Trio, an act wlich morning. Jieard some straisht from eomes direct from the Palace Theatre, the shoulder gospel during the day, Chicago. Then will come .Mathes and .some pretty direct criticism of Bros, and Girlie, novelty entertainers , political affairs in the city. The most in a clever dani'ing specialty. The outspoken of all was Rev. W. G._______-___ Musical Vynos have a pleasing miisi-, Brown of Red Deer, who spo'.te in the to the provisions of The Bulk Sales ! pQR S'VLE-Alfalfa, timothy, mixtril HOP SING, OF BARONS, Vendor And YEE CHONG, OF LETHBRIDGE, Purchaser. N'OTICE is .liereby given pursuant FOR SALE-Good horso and buggy cheap. Apply 134 16th St. N. 44-6 HORSES bought and sold. Apply H. 0. Rollag, Lethbridge Sale Barn, 324 3rd St. S., Phone 1552. _41-6 FUR SALE-Mason & Rlsch mahogany satin finish piano, only slightly used, was $500, now $280, Mason & Rlsch Piano Co., Balmoral Block, 5th Street South. ' 33-0 FOR SALE-One used organ in good order, $28.00. Mason & Rlsch Ltd., Balmoral Block, .nth St. S. _33-0 PIANO VOii SALE-Owner leaving town; reasonable terms to responsible party. Write F. A. Campbell, general delivery, city. 45-6 FOR SATE-Seveiiteen Shropshire" ewes, seven yearlings, and one Shropshire ram. Apply to Conybearo, Church, .McArthur & Davidson, barristers, solicitors, Lethbridge, Alber-la. 45-3 FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemnlating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-'rade or household goods and effects. cnciiU Frank WaHdlngton, Leth-hrlrife, who will plvp you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 DRESSMAKING AND SEWING- Wanted dally. Miss Uulter, care of 410 Gth Ave. South. 44-11 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience, Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio 1226 5th Avo. A, South, Phone 1308. 44-13 PIANO TUNING G, H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-PIano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phone HC8. 1253 Rth Ave, A South. decorat:nq cal novelty in their sketch "The .Musi- Salberg Grain Co.  SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIPMENTS OP GllAIN TO MOOSE .TAW evening. He came out straight for Act of -"^Iherta, that the above.named i jjgy, bluojolnt and straw ready !or prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 progressive action. He suggested a purchViscr, having purchased from the conference of the executive of the above named vendor certain goods, league, and the executives of the wares and merchandise in bulk, has Farmers' association and tho labor paid or delivered to the undersigned, representatives, to uproot political as Official Assignee, part of tho pur-affairs in this city, free the press chase price thereof, consisting of from its bondage, save the church moneys and securities for money, from its anoniolous situation, and amounting in all to $500.00 as retiulr- generally to redeem the province. Tile meeting was called to order in the morning. Tho attendance is only ed by the said Act. The creditors of the said vendor are hereby notified to meet In the fair, and the president. T. 11. Miller,; office' of Tho Trusts and Guarantee at the evening meeting was Inclined to comment on the small audience. Company, Limited, at 220 Eighth Av enue West, Calgary, Alberta, at the hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday the 11th day ot February, 1916, for the purpose ot the giving of direcilons with reference to tho realization and dlBposal ot the Bald moneys and securities. Every creditor or person claiming to bo entitled to rank on the said moneys and Boouritiea is rc;|ulred, to deliver or send post paid to the under, signed Ofllciul Assignee! on or before the 2Uth day of February, A.D. 191B, particulars of his claim verified by statutory declaration, and such voii-ohers as t!io nature of the case admits, and stating whether he holds ail;- security for his claim or any part thereof, and putting a special value on sucli security (If any) in accordance with the said Act. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this 3lBt day of January, A.D. 1910. Tlie TrnstH and Guarantee Company, Llmitod, Ofllclal AsBlgneo, H. A. HOWARD, Manager, Ad. No. X. PGR SALE-Live stock at Alec At'c-Lean's weekly auction sale at Atlantic yards and barn, 426 9th Ave. East, Calgary, on Saturday next, Feb. Sth, 1916, ono car load. In one lot, young heavy stock cows, Shorthorn and Hereford breed, weight over 1200 lbs., due to commence calving 1st April, I9I6. All bred to Keglatored Hereford bull, which will be sold Immediately after cows. Papers at time of sale. Terras cash, no reserve. A. 13. Glove, owner, Alrdrio, Alta, 45-I SUNDAY 8,ERVICE ABOARD A CANADIAN TRANSPORT THIS P/GE GOEiB TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOC's' P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE D13L1VERED BY THIS HOnU JTO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED, WELLINGTON BROS-The fiecorat ors, Papf rhanie