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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta }E TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY FRIPAY, PEBRUAUY -1, J91(f MM I "The Battle of Waterloo" Si)e|lal Friitlay-Satiirrtny A .Stupendous Production In A Reels. Taken on the Actual Scene of the Battle. Tonight "KILTIES' NIGHT" 10% of the Receipts Donated to the Kilties' Fund. MON. TUES. MARY PICKFORO IN "A GIRL OF YESTERDAY" IfMPRES J TONIGHT -warlkinlliB Sins of Society' Robert Warwick is seen at his very best, as a handsomely manly hero, sacrificing himself for the girl he loves, and ultimately winning her as the reward of his courage and devotion. MAJESTIC-TODAY AND TOMORROW AOS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-YouiiK man to leorn plui-tognipU buslnoas. CiiU at Eloctric Studio, ;f;!0 uth St, S. 4S26 7tli St. S., aftPr_3_ o'clock cveninKS-_-^3-1) \VA.\TKD-Situation by English girl experienced in all domestic work. Apply Box 31, Herald. 41-6 TE.A.CHER WANTED-Burdott, S. T) No. 2eard in both "classical _ ?e^s "The Cue 0 ?Vater?oo  tak- "-"^ populor%elections, ^ i WANTED-Men--an-.r^ en" i^l^n ebon tL actual sceL. of tl.e famous '"^^^ �^ "e^' 'n�"�" vicinvos barber trade : eight wee: s qualifies ; battle -This^mSrrwaf nro^^ '^"'i �he Majestic concert orchestra tools free ; wages while Icarnlmr ; po- enorrous-exnensr tho^^^^^^^ of '""^'" P"""^"^ l"^""- ""1 particular, trrc. Molcr Bat- S^aad InfMto- chargera^^^^^^ ^'"^^'^ "'"Sing from 15c to Mr Collesie, fi04a Centre St.. Cal- S^,^^t�dnrSrr:;i ,^l^e^"a^X'.t T'"'' ' shown. Ten per cent, of the gross I�'''^" - receipts tonight will be donated to the Kilties fund. On Monday and Tuesday the ever-popfilar .Mar>- Pickford will appear at tho "People's Picture House." Star-land, in "A Girl of Yesterday." I'll 8�nd you a matd wh� will come woll recommended, who will fit Into the household and prove to be a splendid servantt SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mlea K. �1.'Holme� graduate of the Pennsylvania Orlh opactllo Institute. Modlcnl Mnsaage and Gymnastics iPwedfahl, Rloctrl-ca^ Vlbrntorr and Theraoeutlc Light Trentmonts. Rlectrolysls and Sham-roolng Treatments given bT appointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum SmUh ani* June B. Smith-Chiropractic spina' ndjustmenta will cure your chronic complaints. t7all m and talk It over Ofrice In residence. VIOS 7tb Avo. S Hours 10-12; 2-5; 1-9. Phonf 167-. 4.'}-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL lAMAWANTAD. tVtioht, Hi*, tv D* Fortt Portf.i TO RENT TO RENT~ln the Victoria Mansions one small furnished housekeeping suite, with privaio bath, no cliiUlren. Apply to tho .Mansions office, Krd Ave. S., phone liSfi. 40-0 "O KENT-House No. 52S, 15th St. 'outh, fully modern and furnished, .pply L. S. Ripley t Co., 714 3rd Ave. South. 45-0 VIAVI /The Herbal Home Treatment for NervoiTsneSB, etc.) All ronmu-niratlons to Mrs, o. Thomas, Ottl 10th Street South, 31-0 TO RENT-South half of Section 17, township 11, Range 21, 200 acres broke, 90 acres aummerfnllow. Good well and windmill. Apply Albert Schnieder, S miles north of Diamond City, Alta, 45-(i TO LET-Five roomed cottage near post office. Newly decorated throughout. Apply Alberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd., Phone 1214, 41-G TO LET - Moilern seven roomed house on 7th .4.ve, S, in fine residential district. Special rate to party who win take good care of it. Apply Mberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd, Phone 1214. 41-(! : : ? : : : : : ; > ; �: BIG FIGHT BILLED FOR ST. ? PATRICK'S DAY ? SITUATIONS WANTED EXCURSION TO PACIFIC COAST $34.10 TO Vancouver. Victoria and New Westminster DATES 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, Geo. R. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Motal Contractors PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 OfBce: Rear Stafford Block, , "THE SINS OF SOCIETY" In this picture Jlr. Warwic'c plays .. tbe part which is entirely to the taste of his innumerable admirers throughout the world. He plavs the .;. part of Captain Dorian March, a cap- ,;. tain in the United States .-Vrmy, who aoes to the rescue of his sweetheart, Marion Be.iumont, who has compro- .;. mised herself by gamblins; and is un- .;. fortunately niLted up with the disap- > pearance bi a valuable tiara, Captain March takes the suspicion upon hin-s?lf and enlists ps a private .> soldier in a Canadian regimnit. The ship on which he sails is torncdocd, : But'he is rescued. On his rttia-n to : this country his reputation is cleared and he is married to the jiirl of his : choice. I c= "The Sins of Society" will be; shown at the Empress theatre to-i niRhi and totnprroxr. Chicago, Feb, 3,-Jess Wil-lard signed a contract here today to meet Frank Moran at Madison Sciuare Garden, Now York, March 17. in a 10-round match. The agreement was reached between Dave Lewi-sohn, representing Tex Rick-ard, the California promoter, and Tom Jones for Jess Will-ard. Willard is lo receive $47,-.lOO and 51 per cent, of the moving picture concession. .Moran is to get $20,000. Jones was given $2500 today when the articles were signed, and on March 16th, 24 hours before the tight, is to receive the remainder of the $47,5oo,  : : : : : : : : W.\NTED-Position in ofllce or outside work by young roan with high school education, and ambitious. E.x-perienced, references. Apply Box 30 Herald._42-x WANTED-By a lady sales clerk, pos . Ition in a dry goods store or Depart-, I menl store. Good experience and ,|. j can supply first class references. ... I .\pply box 12 Herald, 46-6 : I WANTED-By a young lady, position .;. i in dentist's office. Experienced, can : I simply references. Apply Box 1 Her-.> aid, ' 46-6 ROOMS WANTED WANTED - Young married couple wishes to rent a furnished house, 4 to 6 rooms preferred, steady tenants, and best of care will be taken of furn- ^ week end at the: city's premier Play-. ottawas........ T 5 0 house. Canadiens..... '> ' Tonight's bill will be headed by the Torontos ........ 3 !l � Jewel City Trio, tho famous harmony ' Pts, 10 15 14 11 n boys who recently scored such a phenomenal hit at the Palace Theatre, Chicago, .Vext on tlie bill comes King Rlacic : , . , , , , , , . , �Face, "the horse with the human Appleton Boxing club; today an- BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs, Brook, 402 13th St. North, 34-0 WOLGAST AND NELSON Lacrosse, Wis,, Feb, 3,-Walter L. . , , , Ivannifi, matchmaker of the Lacrosse ; Block as said lot and block are Scliednle ^'A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson, made the 27tli .day of January, A. D., 1016, in a certain action wherein Alice Wynlt is Plaintiff and British Canadian Trust Coijj-pany (liquidator of tho Bentley C()m-pany. Limited) is defendant, the following lands and premises In the Province of Alberta, namely Lot 15, ^, brain.' shown upon a map or plan of the Tbis''cyienlaVin'g e','uinp''unr """"ced that he had signed Battling i City of Lethbridge in the Province of in.s caleuialing equine I'or-^ Wolgast to light at -^Ibei'tu of recortl in the Land Titles = i.\ppleton, Feb. 22. tho sixth annlvor-j I Office for the South Alberta Land Isary of the defeat of Nelson bv Wol-i �ef'sfatlpn District as "Lethbridge gast for the lightweight charapionshlD, J.^'iD ' will be offered for sale by pub-,�___,__.___ _, lie auction on Saturday the Uth day AUCTION SALE SATURDAY xNEXT, FEB. .itli On the Premi.ses, 1224 Third Avenue South. Commencing at two o'clock FRANK WAPDINGTON la fKVoi:ed with instructions from Arthur Raid, Esq., who is leaving the city, to sell by public auction and without reserve, a (luan-tity of tturplUB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE not required in change of residence and including: Solid oak extending dlniug table, set of dining chairs, .Maliog-uny biiffet to match; Dresser, Princess design, about 12 jds good stair carpel, leather lounge, grass den chairs, grass table, wicker rocker, Mahogany music stand, sanitary lounge, 2 single bedu com-piete with springs and mattresses; child's cot, drop sides; brass mounted bed Bprlngs and mattress; Hoosler Kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, washing machine, carpel sweeper, wringing machine, llno-teuni, tent 8x10, ice yacht with sails complete, .MeClary kitchen .stove, sundry dishes, kitchen utensils, etc; Also a double barrel, llaramerless Gun by L. C, .Smitli Co,, in splendid condition. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE GRANDMA NEVER LET of March, A, D., laiO at 10:00 o'clock wcp HAIR RPT fiRAY Iw the forenoon at the Court House HERHAIR GET GRAY , ,, City of Lethbridge in the Prov Kept Her Looks Dark, Thick, Glossy, with Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your liair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it's done so' nalm*ally, so i evenly. Preparing : thi.s ihlxture, though, at home Is mussyand trouble-home, i'^or ,=;o cents you can buy'at any drug store the ready-to-use tonic called "Wyeth'. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIpT MENTS OP GRAIN TO MOOSE JAW two years from said date of sale with interest at the rate of 8% per annum. Furth�r directions may be had from tho auctioneer or the underslgnod solicitors,  , Shepherd, Dunlop & Rice, Lelhbrl-.lgo, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Malcolm Young, Auciloneor, No. T RUBBER STAMPS Mado In Lethbridge by the Herald Job Department. Phone 1252. NOTICE Having enlisted in tho n3tii Bat talion, I wish to announco thai the buHinoHS formerly carried on by mo at 511 4th Avo, South, will be conducted during my abconna by Mr, W. Kuowldon, with .Mr, o. Whoatherly in charge of tho repairing dept., both of whom are physically unfit for service and have boon residents of Lothliridgo for five years, Any work left in their cliargo will reiiolvo prompt at-tontion. Frank Miles. TO RE.\T-A .seven roomed house, fully modern with gas. In good repair. 614 6th St. S., $15 per month. Also a 13-roomed fully modern house, coal or gas, storm windows throughout close In. well situated for rooming house, 612 0th St. S., $20 per month. Apply C, B, Bowman Agency or owner Ed, McKenzIe, phone R. 109 or Oo.x 546, City. 24-0 ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, one block south of central school; breakfast it desired; 623 9Ui Street South. XXX WANTED TO RB.NT or work on shares by competent man, improved farm with Implements. Irrigation preferred. Apply Box 6, Herald 46-6 LOST AND FOUND LOST-Mink .Marmot muff between barracks and 5th St, S, finder please return to Short, No, 1 Fire Hall, and receive reward, 45-3 LOST-From 307 71h Ave. S., on the night of January 27th, black retriever puppy. Finder please return same and receive reward. 41-H PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen.'B Private Hospital and Maternity Home, Special ratoa giv en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South, Phone 748. V 1 A V I OSTEOPATH DR. sSARA 8. DETWILER. ,31S Sherlock Block. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phone 1521. ;!3-25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-SpeolallRta In French Dry Cleanini;; gudranteed (o turn out every piece of work at Itsbest. Only the most aclentlllo methods applied without Injury to garments Our work is sure to please you Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Sixth Street South. DR. W. S. GAUBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon. Acoouclior, Hours 2-3; 7-S p.m. Office 914 Third Avonua. Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eyc, Nose and Tbront; US Sherlock BIdg. Oltlco hours 10-12; 2-5: evenings by appointment. Phonei: Ottlce 841. Ro> Bidonco 603. DRS. CONNOR, McNALUV & JAMIE- SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones; Office 319; Rosldonco 1090. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1,30 to 3,30; 7 to 8 p,m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, grnduato of Royal (College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of n Dominion Dfntal Certltlcate. OHlce; Rooms 6 and 6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce A Qilchrlst)-Graduate Unlvaralty of Maryland, Rooms 8 and 9. Mncdonald Block. Phono 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. 170-0 DRS, MARRS aid MARRS-Dentists. SucoesBors lo Drs, Steivart and M ^ DRAYING ^ Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shadk PHONES: Office ........... 1163 Stable........... 1064 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTl^D-To rent section ot stubblo land in block or halves, suitable to he (lisrcd to crop. Some food sum-' jm^rfallow prefQjrod, Must he . Kood loc foil. Rpiiable partv, Addrexs civ-' inK particulars'/toly giving full partlc-.\lars to Box S). UoraUl. 45-� WAl^rirD^-^l-rXntogoiH wl'li~buy second hand clothing, rurnituri), (jiovQS, harness, etc. Nothing too largo or too small for us to handle. Best prices given. Post card will bring prompt attention, 711 12tli St. A, N, ___ _ ____ _^15-0 WANT�D--^"i'ii'oodcV, "outd'oor pi'efor-rod, win i)ay cash, Apply Box B, Herald. 45-0 THIS PAGE nOliiS TO PHKSS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M, CLASSIFIED ADS MUST Bra DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THIS SAME DAY AS ORDERED. FOR SALE-Iiupi-bved farm land, $10 per acr^ and up. 'To trade city prop-orty for land. Alberta land to trade tor 'land In Montat,a. Dakota or Florida; Oregon and AVashlngtoii land to trade for Alborta land, T. M. Huff Room 10, Alberta Block, Lothbiidgo, Mhorta, / 36-13 Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. D. riione 632 108 "Ifth Ctieot South, DRAYING OP ALU KINDS FOR SALE-Onf quarter Section', N., ^ E. 1-4, Section 2>, Township 9, range ! (( 10, West of nil) Fourth, at $12.00 ' per acre. $ROO,j)o mortgage. Apply Calgary Sfi'ldleifr Co., Ltd., 110 11th Avo. E., Calgar;/, Alta. 41-0 3 nEssEs DUnJSSMAKI^'ti-Or cuttine Kmi fit-tinK onip, I�()oii) 6, Now Uominlou liuildinK. ,43-0 TO RE^^T V FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC, S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Westley. Acadia Block \ ;