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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1916 FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT (IN FIVE ACTS) SPECIAL TONIGHT Hazel Dawn in ''The Masqueraders'' ALSO FORD CANADIAN WAR 6AZETTE ARPHEUM U TONIGHT If 1 For the LAST TIME Paianes """i'"'''"' Vaudeville Positively your last chance to �ee TOMMY ALLEN'S SCREAMING FARCE "The Boarding School GWa" That this act has surely pleased two large house already In Lethhridgc-It Is  classy all the way through. REED AND WOOD have nlso become great favorites, while COOK AND ROBERTS present an act that has never been equalled In the city before. � MII�MMWM--'- THE STANDARD VAUDEVILLE OF THE WEST DIRECT Ff?OM CALGARY EVERY ACT A FEATURE AdmiHsioii Avill be....................50e. Extra Special!! Nothing like It ever seen here before, with splendid pictures and good music. Ccme early. MPRES TONIGHT ,'The Diamond from the Sky' WANT lOS FEATURING LOTTIE. PICKFORD, ONLY ONE MORE EPlSdDE OF.THIS GREATEST OF ALL MOTION PICTURES. I MAJESTIC 3 THURS FRI. & SAT. � PHONE 1722 '-^ WEEK Mats. on rnday oc baturday $100.00,Reward if you Solve the Mystery ; Annie Abbott � ' The Supreme Mystery : note'the prices THOSE HARMONY BOYS The Lyric Fouu , "Monarchs of; Comedy" -^'V NIGHTS: rSc, ^8c, 35c, 50c. ^ : . MATINEES ANYi^ SEAT 25c. CHILDREN ipc ANY SHOW THE DAINTY COMEDIENNE Gladys Arnold In "The New Stenographer" ... . . 1 The Mnsical Fredfepicks , , .Clever Musical Act FOUR REELS NEW PICTUHElS ' MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A girl or woman to work on farm 4 miles east of city. Steady job_year round. Phone R-312. 49-6 WANTRI.)-Good energetic man as ni.Tnager for Kernie Co-Operatlve Sa-clely. one with knowledge of bookkeeping preferred, applications to be in not later than the 21st Kc-brunry. Apply stating salary required, Sec'y. Fernle Co-Operatlve Soclty. 4fl-U MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 COMING TWO DAYS ONLY-Mon.-Tuas. Feb. 21-22, twice daily at 2.16 and 8.16 The Basil Corporation, B. S. Courtenay, Manager, presents D. W. Griffith's 8th WONDER OF THE WORLD 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 Mall orders now receivable. Seats at Hedleys Feb. 17th. MASSAGE 6UPEBFL0U8 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mlsii K. M. Holme* graduRto of the Pennaylvanla Orth-opaedio Institute, Modlcal Maasase and Oymnastlca lSwedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light TroBtmentSi Rlectrolysla and Sham-poblni? Treattaenis given by bp-polntnient only, nonm 1 Hull 81k CHIROPRACTORS SMITH A SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-Chiropractic aplna! adjustmouta win euro your chronic complaints. Call in and talk It over Office In ro.iidenco, 5"03 7th Ave. S. Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. Phonf 1677. 43-25 e Greatest Vaudeville Bill Ever Seen Here. MAJESTIC, THURS., FRI., SAT. WANTED-Position as housekeeper, competent, best of references, speak English and French. Apply Mrs. Alice Sampson, care of Arlington Hotel. Lethbrldge. 50-3 WANTED-at once, lady canvasser for Lethbrldge and district. All or part time. Staple household line and a good proposition. No experience necessarv. Not a mall order business. Write to" P. H. Rubidge. and Company Box 372, .^^ediclne Hat, Alta. 50-2 TO RENT TO RENT-An elglit roomed house, on 3rd Ave. S., fully modem. Five roomed cottage on 3rd Ave. A. S., Including blinds, gas heater and gas range. Apply Mrs. W. R, Virtue, 1232 3rd Ave. South. 50-G TO RENT - Well furnished, light! wnl-ra, front room re.isonable. Suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Apply 01 5th Ave. S. 47-6 MAJESTIC " , 'TWO DAYS ONLY N EXT.-TU E8.-W EDNESDAY � - FEB.  15th-16th Thfe United Producing Co., by special, arrangement with Sel-wynn and Co.,' New York, present'the dramatic sensation of the decade WITHIN THE LAW A Play of Today by Bayard Vleller.  - Prices ;.... $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. "'"Seils at Hedleys Thursday. WHAT The Press Agent SAYS At the Majestic At the Empres.s WANTED-At once, strong lad between 14 and IS, must be used to 1 horses and able to milk. Apply Watts Dairy, near public cemeter}'. 40-6 The standard vaudeville plaving the'WANTED-Responsible and energet-lla.icstic Theatre will open this week ic married couple required for dairy on Thursriav night instead of the ^rm. Both must milk and know usual Friday matinee. This chance is tlielr business. $60.00 per month the made necessary owing to ths wonder-j i"ear round. Apply Box 10, Herald. ful drawing power ot the act present-I______irZZ ed by Miss Annie Abbott, which must WANTED-A girl for general house he i;iven a run of at least three davs work. Apply Mrs. A. M. Marshall, in each city, to do iuir justice to it. 1214 5th Ave. South. 46-0 If vou want to witness the one bij; TEACHER WANTED-Burdett. S. D. No. 20SS, duties to commence Feb. Ad- wanl to witness the one big __________________ ^ surprise of the present theatrical sea-Chapter 28 of the Diamond'from the i fon, don't fail to be at the Majestic fj^h.""Marr"led man" prefMred.' Sky will be presented at the Empress r""'"""^^ ^'Pt. Miss Abbott s man- ^^^^^ angvyers to F.A. Lumbard, tonight and tomorrow night. This �^f-'^ is making an .oRer of a reward secretary, Burdett, Alta. SUte class  �  �� � �� �' on? to anyone who of c^^^ can lift her while she has flesh contact with the would-be "litter." The Musical Fredericks will be seen DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND; SONS OF ENG-' * LAND �PATRIOTIC WH 1ST DRIVE TONIGHT AT 8:15 p.m. IN S. 0. e. HALL ADMISSION, 25c. Proceed* for providing Tobacco '-.for Lethbrldge Boys at the Front chapter tells of the sensational death of Arthur and of the plot to get rid of John Powell, also the death of Hagar. This chapter contains many thrills. _48-6 w:E will. PAY YOU $120 for sixty i iiu .MUMLai r4cuciii;.\& wvil DC seen ---T----.. . .L J iu��.^ ' in an entirelv new act in which they d^^y^' ^o distribute war " era^ [display their versatile talents. The re. Man or woman. Spare time I Fredericks are unexcelled in vaudeville U'ircles, and will prove a source ot Toronto._____ ! good entertainment, to Majestic pa- WANTED-Men and women to learn Winston Co., Limited, Ad No. A. At the Oriiheiim The Pannages vaudeville being irons. ' . " ! baVheriig. ' Wages while learning; shown at the Orpheum tor the last The, Lyric Four, "monarchs of bar-'tools free. Situation guaranteed. In-time tonight, deserves all the nice mony," present a classv singing, formation, book ot Instructions mall-things that are being said of It. In dancin.c; and comedy act, into Which cd free. Calgary Barber College. 815 fact it s one of the strongest bills of, th.y introduce a line of brand new Centre St. near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 vaudeville ever seen in Lethbrldge. Isonehits 1-^-----~~,- The scream ol the whole bill Is the I Miss oiadvR Arnnl.-l will nrP>.Pnt WANTED-Men and women to learn , ^. , ^ , , , , , "^Jiss Gladys Arnold will present a 'Boarding School, in which Tommy ,ew sketch entitled "The New St en-Allen, as usual, is the comic star. She ographer," said to he one of tie is worthy of a place In New York choicest bits of'-comedy seal on the comedy circles. She is clever, very stage this season. Her-sketch at the first of: o_..;.,, much f,^. 'the hill is' also'clever. The other members are up to the mark in every way. The tumblers provide you with jBOjaething j^^w^/and -much comedy. The\:glngera . are splendid. No one should miss seeing this bill-for the last time tonight. Special attention is drawn to the fact that these acts come to the Maj.stic here, direct from the Orpheum theatre, Winnipeg, which fact alone, is sufficient recommendation. The usual run .of good motion barber trade ; eight weel s qualifies ; tools free ; wages while learning ; positions guaranteed : illustrated catalogue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary,_ SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Position in office or out AtStarlaiKl me usual run .ol good motion pic- ,, "7, C, ,,,,p. mnn with hich tn.'-ll.r"' tl'^J'^j'^^''^ orchestra ^^ill ^ tof^etcaU"""!dTm"blUou\.'ex-complete a good program. R'^meniber,^^"��' |�"^^fgrences. Apply Box 30 the opening night .will be Thursday, PA'fwi "^^^ " 42-x instead of I-Tiday.. I Herald. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen.'8 Private Ho.-ipltnl and Maternity Homo. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue .South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Gth Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 MEDICAL DR. W. 8. OALBRAITH-Physlolan. � Surgeon, Accouclior. Hours 2-r-8; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avoniia. Phono 1263. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Ottloo hours 10-12; 2--5; ovoplnga by/ap- 1 pollitmeut. Phonoa: Offlce'84Ii Ro. Bidcnco 693. ' ' DRS. CONNOR, McNALLV & JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherl^qk Block. Telephones;; OffIpo . 3it!; ^Resftlb'ncQ 1000. Oftico hours: I'i; 12 ^ia.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to'8 p.m." DENTAL VI AVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. 0. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 TO RENT-In the Victoria Mansions one small furnished housekeeping suite, with private bath, no children. Apply vto the Mansions office, 3rd Ave. s., phone G36. 46-0 'o RENT-House No. 52S, loth SL louth, fully modern and furnished, .pply L. S. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd Ave. South. ' 45-0 TO RENT-South half of Section 17, township 11, Range 21. 200 acres broke, 90 acres summerfallow. Good well and windmill. Apply Albert Schnieder, 8 miles north of Diamond City, Alta. 45-6 ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, onfi block south of central school; breakfast It desired; 623 9th Street oouth. xxx ROOMS WANTED ROOMS, WANTED-Anyone with one or more rooms to rent for visiting delegates to the l.O.O.P. Grand Lodge Convention, for the third week in February, write Box 25, City. 46-6 rooms WANTED-Anyone with one or more rooms to rent tor third week In February, write Box 25, city. 46-6 BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th SL North. 34-0 LAND WANTED TO RENT or work on shares by competent man, improved farm with implements. Irrigation preferred. Apply Box 6, Herald 4G-B Resierved seats are now selling at TO RENT FOB PRIVATE DANCES. PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C, Westley, Acadia Block 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 Herald. 46-6 ever show^n at this popular theatre. In addition to llii,s (ivc-reel drama, the "Ford-Canadian Monthly," will be shown. This is the only strictly Canadian Gazette in circulation, and : shows Canada's great war army in I barraelcs, manoeuvres, and on the �-^--� � ^ �- - ----' ! march. This is not a "Peace Weekly" Lieut, E. \V. Farrow, of the Cana- but a real "War Weekly." Fridav mirt dian artillery, has been ttansterred Saturday will be shown the thrillini; to the military wing of the Royal detective drama, "London's Undcr-Flyin.? Corps. world," in fouir parts. The great Paramount drama. "The ^, ^ Masaiieradets," a pieturizat.on ol Hedlev's for the - all star production Henrv Arthur .lones' famous play, 01 "Within The Law,' which is hook-will be shown at Starl'dud tonight i^*! Pj^v the Majestic on luesday 5- and tomorrow. The beautiful and ac- and Wednesday next and intending -^/TED-B> a young m^^^^ compUshed Ha^el Dawn plavs the patrons will do well to make ear y in dentists office. Bxperienc , leading role and is supported bv an application for seats. Margaret iii- supply references. AppU "ox all star cast. Tlie nvanagcment re- ington scored an enormous success in aid. commend this leatute to Starland's this wonder play, and patrons as one of the finest piavs cess. .\ pretentious .seen. ,_______..... will be one of the feat-jres oi the play which will make a hit h re, lor a sixty-foot baggage car is required to transport the necessary scenery and eRecls, 46-6 . . . It's present wANTfMJ-Grain or coal hauling work tour is meeting with astounding sue- by contract. Apply Phone 1845._49^ .,c. A production wANTED^^PHiition as clerk in gro- eery or hardware store. Willing learn any good trade, salary no object. Can do office work. No bad habits. Can supply references. Apply Box 50, Herald._50-2 FOR EXCHANGE-We have 50 lots close to Gait Mines and two lots on 5th Ave. South, close to 5th St,, to exchange tor a ten roomed fully modern house. What have you to offer. Apply L, S. Ripley & Co,, 714 3rd Ave. S., Phone 1034. 50-6 OSTEOPATH DR. SARA B. DETWiLER, 318 Sher-lock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p, m. Evenings by appointment Phone 1521. 33_25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best. Only the most adpntJfio methods applied without injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 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 the city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato of Royal College ot Dental Surgeons Tt/ronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate, Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Urynn Block. Phone 1071, DR. L. t. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Dra. Courtlce ft Gilchrist)-Orad. ualo University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, MarJonald Block. Phona 1165, Lothbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARR3 and MARR8-Dentists, SucceBsora to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 9 to E. Office, Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E G. aiMMONDS-Dentlst. mrtB' her ol Royal College of SurgBons. (Eng. licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London,) UD.9. 1900. Hours: 012-. 1-5 Office: �-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S, FETTERl.Y-T-eadlnp F^ineral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the SomervlUo Marble & Oran-l(e Works of Calgary. Office oppo site Court House. Phone 661. R� stdenoe 234 7th Ave. S., phone 1176. Open day and night 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director, 808 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College , of Music, London, Eng., For furth-' er particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. PROF. M. e. RYGG, Violinist, Instructor In stringed and brass instruments. Phone 1677. 003 7th Ave. South, Lethbrldge, Alta. 35-0 W. L. WILSON. Licensed Auctioneer. i AD ^Inds ot sales conducted. Terms resRonable. . Prompt settlemonti Job lots of slocks ot mercnandins purchased, I will also buy the en tire contents of furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Fiimlturs Co., 416 ISth dt. North liOthbridgo. Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-if you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ctnsult Frank Waddlngton, Lethbrldge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience- 266-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South, Phone 1308. 44-12 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hoa� ours Certificate mt. Assn.. London, England, Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS LET US make you an offer for your furniture. All our transactions are spot cash. If you want a square deal, deal at the City Second Hand Store, the house with a reputation. 406 5th St. South. Phone 1428. 49-6 WANTED-To buy three teams of ,vork mares. Apply giving full particulars to Box 9, Herald. 45-6 LOST AND FOUND It IS safe to say that the exhibition at the Majestic Theatre on Monday !__^__,_ and Tucmlay, Feb. 21st and 23nd, of LOST on Saturday, change purse, David Grimth's mighty spectacle, containing bills an,d small change. 1 "The Uirtli of a .N'ation," will l,c Reward on returning to Herald office, greeted hv enormous crowds. In r, , , : R. DAWSON, �^:V-' District Pn((i'phger 'Agent,. BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ol all kinds. Carloads or less. Inqulra for quotations when buying or selling- We are In touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent I'^.xcellent basement tor poilshabls goods. Hyde & Saundera Phona 1244. P. O, Box ll2. 167- W. A. HENDERSON A COV. Lithbrldga ; : : Mtdloln* hat Winnipeg Chartared Acqountantt A'xountancy In All Its branohaa: Audit Secretarial, vlsory, SystematlJilng, j and Trust WOrit. Uifa*; tisationa, Llqtuidatloii* ' , . Acadia Bulldihg, Letftbrlat* Resident R. J, HITCHiA PATERS3M. Charturad AccobnUnt ^�/.at> Geo. R. �i.^ FURNACE ' Sheet Metal PHONE 1067 Oflloo: Rear )H �& Co trai'tbrs" BOX 534 :ord Bipqk. 1 li/IJy ii ;