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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta �mm, ?AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1916 SPECIAL PARAMOUNT FEATURE SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD in Five Acts "A GIRL OF YESTERDAY" OtHER SPECIAL FEATURES ON THE SAME BILL MPRESC-The Girl and the Game' COMING SOON WATCH FOR DATES ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM TONIGHT 'I Extra--0?oPHEUjV[..Extra Pantages 10 Vaudeville VOU LIKED LAST WEEK'S BILL, DON'T MISS THIS ONE THE HEADLINER WILL BE "The Boarding School Girls" FEATURING SEVEN CHARMING GIRLS Tommy Allen and Cicele Andrews IN RUFFLES AND RAGS Gus Keed and Noll Wood Will, offer a neat act entitled "A Little Class, a Little Ragtime" Cook and Robert In a Fast Dancing and Acrobatic Act "The Girl iroiu Ills Towu" will be shown; also four Great Reels Featuring Marguerite Fischer The Mutual Star. REAL MUSIC BY A REAL ORCHESTRA Admission will l)e...................50c. To Children as Well as Adults Hictures start at 7.30 and the Vaudeville starts 8.45 Sharp. Only one show each night. Come early. MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 TOMIN g"^ TWO DAYS ONLY. MONDAY-TUESDAY February 21st and 22nd . twice daily at 2.15 and S.15 The Basil Corporation, B. S. Courtenay, Manager, presents D. W. Griffith's EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD ADS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTKD-A boy betwoeii tlio ages ot 11 and IS years. Apply Torrlll I'loral Co. -tS-0 WANTKD-Kesponsible and energetic married couple required for dairy fiirni. Both must milk anil linow their liusliiess. JCO.UO per montli the vear round. Apply liox 10. Vtoralil. 48-li W'.WTkD - K.vperleticea haiidamen for trombone, clarionet, cornet and side drums. Apply Officer Command-iug, Uatli O. Battalion, I^tlibiidKo i lllKhlanders� 47-2 \VANTK1>-At once, maid at (Gait; Itospital. Apply at Superintendent's office._ _ 47-0 WANTKD-A girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. A. .M. Marslr ' 1214 'itli Ave. South._4i;-0 WANTKI>-Man, with ivife, but no children, to look after bank buildings and premises in town near Letli-brtdge. His wife to act as housekeeper Apply with references to .Manager Bank of Montreal, Leth-bridge, Alta. 44-0 WHAT THE Press Agent SAYS some soni; sketches wit^i riniip" t-'>>-mings. Their performance is all that could be desired ai;d thur. a litt.c .n. more; the graceful stepnniK of the pair is refreshing and reminiscent of the beautiful dances of the long ago, the minuet is worthy of especial men-^ tiou. The costuming of the act is beautiful. This clever pair will make , tliemselves popular with their dainty offering, and justly so. , WITH BIG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 30-MUSICIANS-30 The Greatest Art Conquest since the beginning of Civilization. PRICES Nights: .. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Matinees ....... 50c, 75c, $1.00 -Mail orders now receivable. Seat sale opens at Hedley's on February 17th Strong Bill at the Orpheum To-night At the Empress The ne.xt World feature which appears at the Empress is The Gray Mask, next Friday and Saturday. This Pantages has a winner in this ' is one of the biggest pictures ever week's vaudeville program that is shown and features Edwin Arden. now holding the boards at Orpheum The atory is of Nora Kridel who tlioatre. The headline feature. "Tlie : has sworn vengeance upon Hennion Boarding School Girls," is a new de- and his body guard of scoundrels for parture in "girl" act In that the action the wrongs of her father. Joe Ganh, Is very different from th offering that usually comes heading. The light plot ficient lor the purpose, is the predica-, famous - Simnions, who. because of ment that p young man finds himself  facia! disfigurement, constantly wears in by blundering into a bedroo.-n in aia grey.mask. Garth also dons a grey ladles' seminary; the attempts from |mask to impersonate him, and with tlie parts of the girls to conceal him i Nora, works into the confidence of TEACHER WANTED-Burdett, S. D. No. L'OSS, duties to commence 5'eb. I 1511i. Married man preferred. Address all answers to F.A. Lumbard, Secretary, Burdett, Alta. State class of certificate and salary expected. _4S-6 WANTED--Men and women to learn barbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free, t'algary Barber College, SI.t Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 WANTED-:\Icn and woumi to learn barber trade ; eight wee: s qualilies ; tools free ; wac;cs while le-smine; ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata-loc;uc and particulars irce. Moler Barber College, B04a Centre St., Calgary^__37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED the present, these being ".Vnnie .\b-' butt." Would you be enlighten.d ? Then watch and wait." - Managof Brown of the Majestic. The well-called master-pierc ot D. \V. Grimth s, "The Birth of a Na- W.\NTED-Position in office or outside work by young man with high school education, and ambitious. Experienced, references. Apply Box SO Herald. 42-x WANTED-By a lady sales clerk, position in a dry goods store or Department store. " Good experience and can supply first class references. Apply box 12 HeraM. _46-6 tion" will be the attraction at tlie supply references. Lhe stereotyped deeply in love with Noni, gladly ao-. -^laiPstic lor two days only, Feb. 21 aid. mes under that; cepts the,mission of help. Hennion, r,r". ,9""^ friends who have sei --- t which is suf-iin turn, enlists the leadership of the ^ell vou that it is wondertul, MISCEI, WANTKD-By a young lady, position in dentist's office. Experienced, can Apply Box 1 Her-46-6 ; result in some very exciting scenes.. Miss Tommy Allen, as the incorrigible papll, has many opportunities to Ufspiay her histrionic talent. Reed and Wood present what is' oonsldered one of the niftiest acts in the Heniiidns. Then follows a series of tttrilfiiig and gripping episodes in whicli their t'llves are endangered many linieSi,^sush as when the automobile leapRrbif the slip into the river, carryijiig passengers with it. _________LANEOrS FOR SAI E etc., hut will invariablv wind up----;-;-TiTnTiA with, "Well, 1 can't l.edn to tell vou FOR SALE-Used piano, fl?0-0O-in just what I mean, vou'll have to see ?o SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIPMENTS OF GEAIN TO MOOSE JAW TO RENT TO, UENt-AtPolglit'~ro5meti hotiso^ on Third Ave. South, futlj' motlbrn. Apply Mrs. W, R, Virtue, 1232 3id Ave. SoHth. 48-^1 fontENf"-~Weii~furnlshcd~rtBirt. warm, front room reasoiinble. Suit-, able for 1 or '2 gontlomon. Apply 701 5th Ave. S. 47-6 TO RENT-in the Victoria Mansions one smnll furnished hoiisckoeping aulto, with private bath, no. childron. Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ava. S., phono 636. 40-0 :0 RENT-Houao No. u"2,S, 15th St. '.olith, fully modern and furnished, .pply L. S. Ripley Co., 714 3rd Ave. South. 45-0 TO RENT-South halt of Section 17, township 11, Range 21, 200 acres broke, 90 acres summorfallow, Good well and wtndmlll. Apply Albert Schnieder, 8 miles north of Diamond City. Alta. 45-6 TO RENT-A seven roomed house, fully modern with gas, in good repair, 614 6tli St S., $15 per month. Also a 13-room6d fully modern house; coal or gas, storm windows throughout close In. well situated for roomlup house, C12 Bth St. S., $20 per month. Apply C. U. Bowman Agency or owner Ed, McKonzIo, phone R. 109 or Box 546. City. 24-0 ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, onn block south of central school; breakfast It desired; 623 9tli Street couth. XXX BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook. 402 13th St. North. 34-0 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Take notice, the time for receiving Petitions for Private Bills at the next session of the Legislative Assembly will expire on Thursday the ninth day of March, 1916. John R. Cowell, .Vd. No. N Clerk of the House. NOTICE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Extracts from the Rules relating to Private Bills 52, All applications for Private :jill8, properly the subject ot leglsla-bv the Legislative Assembly of .ilberta, within the purview of "The (> American Act, 1867," whether for the erection ot a bridge, i!0 making of a railroad, tramway, urnpike, road, telegraph or telephone 0. the construction or Improve-of n harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work; the granting of a right of terry; the incorporation of any particular trade, or calling, or of any joint slock company, or otherwise for granting to any individual or individuals, any exclusive or-ecullar rights or privileges whatever or for doing any matter or thing which in its operation would affect the rights ot property of other parties or relate to any particular class of :he community, or for making any amendment ot a like nature to any former Act, shall require a notice clearly and distinctly specifyirig the -lature and object of the application, and where the appllcatior> refers to any proposed work, indicating generally the location of the work, anc" signed by or on behalf of the applicants, such notice to be published during two months, between the close of the next preceding Session and the time of.the consideration of the petition, in four Issues of The Alberta Gazette, and of one other newspaper, plibllshed in English; and within two weeks from the first appearance of such notice in The Alberta Gazette, two copies of the said Bill, with a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose of this Rule 450 word.s sliall be held to constitute u page and also In the case of a Bill Incorporating a company, a receipt from the Registrar ot Joint Stock Companies for such sum as would bo payable by the applicant or applicants for the incorporation o� a company with a similar capitalization to the capitalization of the company sought to be Incorporated by such Bill, shall be placed 'by the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to get the said Bill printed, forthwith. Copies of the newspapers containing the first and last Insertion of such notice shall be sent by the parties. Inserting such notice to the Clerk of the House, to be filed amongst the records ot the Committee on Standing Orders. Table of Fees to be paid to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 (See Cap. 20, 1913, Second Session) For registration ot a company whoso nominal capital does not exceed $20;000...........$50.00 Vor registration ot a company whose nominal capital exceeds $20,000, tho above fee of $50.00 with the following additional fees regulated according to tho amount ot capital, that Is to say: P''or every $5,000 oi- part ot $5,-000 after tho first $20,000 up to $100,000 For every $10,000 or part of $10,000 aflor tho first $100,- 000 up to $600,000 ........... $3.00 For every $100,00 or part of $100,000 tiieroafter ..........$20.00 JOHN R. COWELL Clerk of tho l.,e8lslatlve Assembly Ad. No, P SUPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K, M, Holmes graduate of tho Ponnaylvanla Orthopaedic Inat.jtuto. Medical MnssnRe atid OymnastlcB r^wedlahV Electrl-oal VIbratorjr and ITierapoutlc Light Treatments* Electrolysis and Sham-poolni^ Treatments given by ap-polhtmoDt only, Room 1 Hull Hlk CHIROPRACtORS SMITH A SrillTH-Hyrum Smith and JunevB. Smith-Chiropractic spinal ndjustmeuts w)n cure your chronic cocapltt'ints. �all m and talk It over Office In residence, ii03 7th Ave. S Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. Phonr 1677. 43-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van >tnarlen.s Privnto Hospital and Maternity Homo. Special rates glv en on application. 1224 7th Avenue .South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 OtIi Ave. Soutli. Phono 315. 47-0 V I A V I viavi (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc) All commu-nicntlons to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 THIS PAGE aOEiS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P, M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVEUED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAMfi DAY AS OUOHUED, OSTEOPATH DR. SARA B, DETWILER, 31S Sherlock Block, Hours: 0 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phono 152L 33_25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Sperlnlbls In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteod to turn out every piece of work at its best Only the most sclentfllc methods applied without injurv to garments Our work is sure to piease you Collect and deliver. Phono ISI' S24 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Furs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In tho city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER W. L, WILSON. Licensed Auctioneer. All yinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job lots of atocks of merchandise pirchaaed. I will also buy the en tire contents of furnished houses Head ofBce at ihe Wilson Fiimlture Co., 416 Llth dt. North LeUihrldgc Prone 1023. DR. W. S. GALBBAITH-PhJ'slclan, Surgeon, Aocoucbor. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Oftiuo 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1253, DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose anfl Throat; IIB Shorlook Bldg. Ottloo hour.s 10-12; 2-5: evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 841, Residence 693, DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY �. JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Office 310; ResUlonoo 1090. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-DenttsL irrnduato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certidoato. Office: Rooms B and 6. Bryan Block, Phone 1071. DR. L, T, ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Dra. Courtlce ft Gilchrist)-Graduate r'nlvarsfty of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonnld Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRs and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to E. Office, HIg-Inbotham Block. Phoiie 374, DR. E G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal folloge of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.l L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-6 Office; 8-8 Hig-Inbothum Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING t. S. fetteri.y-Leading Funeral Director and Embairaer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Granite Works of Cnlgory. Office opposite Court House. Phono 561. Ro-eldencp 2S4 7th Ave. S., Phone 1178. Open doy and night. S. Y. HURST-Emhalmer A Ftmeral Director. S03 3rd Avenue P.outh, Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M, JONES Is opening n class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under tho direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates pro-pared for the examinations ot tho Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon, 1259' Bth Ave. S. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, instnic tor in stringed' and brass instruments. Phone 1077. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alto. 35-0 ]MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio 1226 Bth Ave. A. South, Phone 1308. 44-12 FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemplating nn auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Lethbridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 260-0 PIANO TUNINQ G. H. CRIPP8, expert tuner- Player-Plono and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Aaen., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 1253 6th Ave. A South. DRESSES DRESSMAKING-Or cutting and fitting only. Room 0, New Dominion Building. 43-6 DRESSMAKING AND SEWING- Wanted dally. Miss Rutter, care of 410 Bth Ave. South. 44-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decornt ors, Paperhangers and Painters. Fsalsomlnliis, General Dccoratin and Sign V,'rltlng. Estimates given The oldest established Painters Ir, Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; omcp phone 1752, Shorlocit Bldg., Leth bridge. Alta, IBO-o HAY, qRAIN, feed BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ol all kinds. Corloads or less, tmtuiro tor quotations when buying or selling- We are In touch with the best markets Storage space for rent "xeellent baaement for pejlshable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phonn 1244. P. 0. Box 112. 167-0 W. A. HENDERSON A coy. Lethbridge : : : Medlcln* hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountant* A'xountancy In all Its brancbea: Audit. Ciecretarlai, Ad-vlBory. Systematlzipg, and Trust Worlc. Inve*. lUatioQS, Liquidations. Acadia Building. Lethbrlaga Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATER80N. Charturad Accountant IBr.aU) Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY if you wish. Tile land will bupport you and pay for itsoit. An immense area ot tlio most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to $30 or farm lands wllli ample rainfall- rrlgated lanCu from $35. Turm.s- � )ne-twont!oth down, balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts loan tor farm buiidlnga, etc., up to 52,000, also ropayab,lQ In twenty years -Interest only 6 per cent. Hero Is your opportunity to Increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your trionds as neighbors. For literature and partloulnrs apply to Allan Cameron, Qon'l Supt, of Lands, Desk 26. Dept, of Natural Resources, CP.R., Caloary, Alta, Ad. No 0 WILSON & 8KEITH Local Agents Sherlock Building Lethbridge DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shada, PHONES: Offic............ 11B3 Stables .......... 1064 TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Weotley, Acadia Block Geo. R, Dlxou & Co. FURNACE WORK Bheet Metal, Contractors PHO.NE 1057 P, 0. BOX 534 OiliM: Itear Stafford Block, PonyExpress and Transfer COAL C, p. d. . ' draying Oif AuU kinds' ;