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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHnRIDGE DAILY r^w.'VLD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910 paramount production HAZEL DAWN in TONIGHT 'The MASQUERADERS' FORD MONTHLY WAR GAZETTE TOMORROW-SENSATIONS, TrtRlLLS "LONDON'S UNDERWORLD" Sec the Dive from Kingston Bridge Sec the detective break plate glass window on a motorcycle. EMPRES TONIGHT fS . 'The Gray Mask' World Film, Shubert Feature, carrying a strong supporting cast, including Barbara Tcnnant and Johnny Hines. Story by Charles Wadsworth Camp. RPHEU TONIGHT FRANK KEENAN, The Eminent Broadway Dramatic Star In [E LONE CHANCE" The Gripping Story of one Man's Dying Devotion to a Glorious Ideal AOS SITUATIONS VACAiNT WANTED-A lad about IT years to work ou delivery rig. Apply Box 47 Herald. 51-2 WANTKD-A girl, able to .sew well, tor tailor shop. Also errand boy. Apply Fred Throll. fi08 3rd Ave. 51-G WANTED-A boy for dairy farm. Apply C. K. Dnntols, farm east o� Experimental farm. 51-1 MAJESTIC.NEXT TUES., WED. Phone 1722 FEBRUARY IS and 16 The United Producing Co. present by special arrangement with Selwyn and Co., New YorJ icieiy, one with knowledge of bookkeeping preferred, applications to bo in not later tlian the 21st February. Apply stating: salary required, Sec'y. Fernlo Co-Operatlve Soclty. 4ii-i: WITHIN THE LAW A Play of Today-By Bayard Veiller ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION-SELECTED COMPANY Seats now on sale At (he Orplieiim Vutun-s of a IiiRli class will be the attraction at the Orphcum for the balance of the week. A six-reel Brnadwav feature .ieaturinu: Kfcuaii has hccn secured. It is a spix'taculur drama of the niinins country. WANTED-Position as housekeeper,* competent, best of references, speak English and French. Apply Mrs. Alice Sampson, care of Arlington Hotel, Lethbrldge.___ __ � 'lady 50-3 Timely Prices: ^1, 75c. 50c, 25c. Hedleys. WANTED-at once, lady canvasser for LvHhbridge and district. All or FrVnk V&n time. Staple household line and a good proposition. No e.xperlence ui-^trrn nece.ssary. .Not a mall order business. Write to P. H. Rubldge. and Company Box 372, .Medicine Hat. Alta. .".0-2 MAJESTIC STANDARD VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT 7 p.m. to 11 p.m- Twice Friday and Saturday. The Supreme Mystery ANNIE ABBOTT & CO. In a Sensational and Mystifying Ottering At the Empre-SN Toni:;ht will he ihi- last night of 'The tnaniund imm iLe Sicy," at the Em^irrss. When that is .said nothiug WANTED-Responsible and energetic married couple required for dairy tarm. Both must milk and know their business. $60.00 per month the vetxr round. Apply Box 10, Herald. 4S-fi iVlJi Hi A 1'Ik-'H 'ier anpars the hmi r?ss m '-lie xo. -jnss, duties t( PKONE 1722 TWO DAYS ONLY-Mon.-Tuss. Feb. 21-22. Iv/ice daily at 2.15 and 8.15 The Basil Corporation Presents D. W. Griffith's Mighty Spectacle iNTED-Burdott, S. D. to commence F'eb. Married man preferred. Ad- - .......,, all answers to F.A. Lumbard. of universal appeal. It is rs tense us Secretarv, Burdett, Alta. State class 'Jimmv ' alentinc." You'll (.asp at of certificate and salary expected, the terribl. dash of the loaded auto | 48-6 into thi' ri'.er, or the liorrifyin" Grey Mas':," and rortrays to critical motion picture public a the play IDth. dress THE MUSICAL FREDEHICKS In Comedy and Music DIRECT FRO.AI ORPHEUM THEATRE WINNIPEG THE LYRIC FOUR Monarchs of Harmony GLADYS arnold On the Job In "The New Stenographer"  4"reels clean pictures MAJESTIC concert orchestra People's Popular Prices Nights: ... 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Matinees, any seat.....2Sc Children, any time ..... 10c explosion in the chemical lalot^tory. You'll thrill with the youuR lo.cts , , and aboc all vou'U i;r.isp c'aaierlv at ',�?f,;/L''-each succeeding reel to Imd out how it's sjoinn to end. At the Mi WANTED-Men and women to learn harhering. Wages whi'e learning; ______ _____ Situation guaranteed. Information, book' of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, SI.") Centre St.. near C.P.R. depoL Sx-0 There will be a least of fun losers at th- Ma rstir 10 Times Bigger than the Biggest Circus 18,000 PEOPLE-COST $500,000 'arload of Electric and Scenic Effects. Own Smyphony Or--histra-30 musicians. PRICES Matinees ________ 50c, 75c, $1.00 Nights: .. 50c, 75c. $1.00, $1.50 Mail orders now receivable. Seats at Hedleys Feb. 17th. W.VNTKD-^!en, and woren to learn harhcr trade : eight wee', s auallfies ; tools free ; wages while learniOE; ; po-ior sitions guaranteed ; illustrated cata- _........... ________ ,........______ to- !o!;ue ami narticuUirs frre, Moler Bar- niKhl, when the classiest bill vet seen her College, tiOla Centre St., at the premier'playhous3 will be of- Rtirv\__ lercd. Four distinct headline acts, and ' ' ---------- four reels of new pictures will be presented. Annie Abbott, who recc-nUv filled I'll send you a maid wh* will come well recommended, who will fit Into the household and prove to be a aplandld aervant. PROFESSIONAL CARDS I AM A WANT AD. VrtffAt, tm. t>y D* rami r�ii�r.) ) TO RENT TO RENT-An eight 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. 50-0 ^ MAS�AQE fiUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOING-Ml�� k, M. Holmo* graduftto of the Pennsylvania Ortb-ppaertlc. InstlUHp. Medical MassaRS and aymnnsllcB (Swedish), Klectrl-oal Vibratory and Thorapoutlc Light Trontments, Rlectrolysla and Sham-pooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull 31k CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 4 SMITH-Hyrum Smith anc-June B. Smith-Cliiiopraotlo spina' adjustments wtll (^Jre your chronic complaints. Call in and talk It over Office In residence, y03 7th Avo. S. Hours 10-12; .2-B; 7-9. Phonf 1G77. 43-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarloiL's Private Hospital and Maternliv Home, dpiclal rates glv en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 748. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - SI. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 fith .�\ve. South. Phone 315. 47-0 FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT- Nice bungalow, furnished, to rent until the fall. Will rent reasonably, or will rent tor room and board. Phone In house. Apply 1504 6th Avenue S. (-,1-0 VI AVI ViAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. 0. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 TO RENT - Well lurnlshed, light, warm, front room reasonable. Suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Apply 701 5th Ave. S. 47-C TO RENT-In the Victoria Mansions one small furnished housekeaping suite, with private bath, no children. Apply to the Mansions office, Srd Ave.'S., phone �36. 46-0 :'0 RENT-House No. 528, 15th St. '.outh, fully modern and furnished, .pply L. S. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd Avo. South. 45-0 Cal-37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED W.^NTED-Position m office or out-Ide work by young man with high ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, one block south of central school: breakfast it desired; 623 9lh Street oouth. xxx ROOMS WANTED ROOMS WANTED-Anyone with one or more rooms to rent for visiting delegates to the I.O.O.P. Grand Lodge Convention, for the third week in February, write Box 25, City. 40-6 perienced, references. Herald. Apply Box 30 42-x music hall-tops tonights bill, and will comj.It-trlv mvst:fv .Ma.,cstic au-__ dienci\s with her s'tartlin.14 ar. i weird WANTED-By a lady sales clerk, pos-periormani-p. Noihini; liice her act has I'-ion in a dry goods store or Depart-e,er been s en in Western Canada be- ment store. Good experience and lore, and she will undoubtedlv be the can supply first class references. talk 01 the town before the end of the Apply box 12 Herald._4fi-S i WANTED-By a young lady, position One 01 the most enjoyable musical in dentist's office. Experienced, can turns of the year is presented by The supply references. Apply Box 1 Her--Musical Fredericks, who will octupv aid ' - 46-0 WANTED-Oram or coal hauling work ROOMS WANTED-Anyone with one or more rooms to rent for third week In February, write Box 25, city. 46-6 LAND WANTED TO RE.NT or work on i shares by competent man, improved farm with Implements. Irrigation preferred. Apply Box 6, Herald 40-0 wees the Fredenc.vs were featured at tie Oriihcum Theatre, Winnipeg, where they scored an emphatic hit. The Lyric Fotir, hilled as "the monarchs of harmony," ohcr a neat sinking and comedy act, and the tour i,'1"'uh, boys in the Quartette will surely '"^o"-''-please with their tuneful harmonising oi manv of the latest popular song hits. by contract. Apply Phone 1845. 411-6 WANTED-Posltioh as clerk in grocery or hardware store. Willing to learn any good trade, salary no object. Can do office work. No bad Can supply references. Ap-plv Box no. Herald. 50-2 iFOR EXCHANGE-We have 50 lots close to Gait Mines and two lots on 5th Ave. South, close to 5th St., to exchange for a ten roomed fully modern house. What have you to offer. Apply L.. S. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd Ave. S., Pho-:o 1034. 50-6 BOARD AND ROOMS (ilady.s .Vrnold, on the job in "The BO.A.KD AND ROO.M In private fam--Xew Stenographer," an original lit- ,iy. Apply 1232 Gth Ave. A. S. 51-2 tie comedy playlet will he a source of 30^107^AWltbOM^Appiy~to~AIr8. OSTEOPATH DR. SARA B. DETWILER, 318 Shor-lock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by nppolntmout. Phone 1S21, 33-25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleanlnc; guaranteed to turn out every pkcc of work at its best. Only the most scientific methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work la sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1S12 ri\ Sixth Street South. OUR CITY D'/EING AND CLEAN-ING V/ORKS-Furs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER MEDICAL Or. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Oftluo 014 Third Avonu* Phone 1263. OR, TAYLOR-Ear. Eyo, Nobo and Throat; 115 Shorlock Bldg. OffIco hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341. Re-Eldonco 693. DR8. CONNOR, McNALLV & JAMIE-SON-Office. 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Office 319; Residence lono. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.;!0; 7 to 8 p.m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Ro,val College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Olllce: Hooma fi and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (BUCCDSSM to Drs. Courtlce & Qllohrlat)-Orad-unto University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 116B, Lethbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-^Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo Clure Hours: 9 to 6. Oltlce. Hlf tnboUiaro Block. Phone 374. OR. E G. 81MMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Snrgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal CoUogo ol Physicians fLondon.l L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 912; 1-5 Office- fi-S Hlg-Inbothum Block. Phone 161 fi. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERI.Y-Lending Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Soniervllla Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. OtTloo oppo site Court House. Phone Bfil. Re-eldenop 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day and night, S. Y. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 Srd Avnnuo South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon, 1259 5th Avo. S. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, Instructor In stringed and brass In.-stni-ments. Phono 1677. 003 7th Ave. South, Lethbridqe, Alta. . 35-0 W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer. 1 All kinds of sales conducted. Tenni ' reasonaole. . Prompt settlements Job lota of aloehs of mercnandiie pi-rehated. I will also buy the cu tire contents of furnished houses Head olllce at ihe Wilson F-.imlturo Co.. 41B IStu dt. Sortn I.KJtU:>rlase, Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-It you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming- stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-brid^'e, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piauo, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced, pupils accepted. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South, Phone 130S. 44-13 PIANO TUNING G. h. CRIPP8. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory oxperlence. Honours Certificate MT. Assn.. London, Fn.cland. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 11C8. 1253 fith Ave. A South. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS iiuich amusement to .^lajestic natrons, and will round out a most acceptable vaudeville ofierinp;-I The usual run of clean and good 1 pictures, and another concert by the I Majestic orchestra completes" one of ! the best hills yet sech at the Jlajes-tic. The same bill will be seen twice ajzain on Friday and Sasurdav. Brook, 402 13th St. North. 34-0 LET US make you an offer for your furniture. All our transactions arc ! spot cash. If you want a square deal, ideal at the City Second Hand Store, I the house with a reputation. 406 oth St. South. Phone 1428. 49-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAIE W'ANTED-A regular supply of baled timothy. Turner & Witehell, 1428 fith Ave. N. 50-3 � Wiiliin the Law" is a thriller that has i(ir ils heroine a vouhr v,-oman convicted aiu! sent tor three years to !'llie penitentiary on false evidence, j who elevcrlv arranges her revenge up-j on tilt ' � . - - ryiiii! Ui.s son, gettinu him into all FOR SALE-Organ, exceptionally fine tone and powerful instrument, also a quantity of furniture. Apply after 6 p.m. Kelly 1407 4th Ave. S. 50-6 'The Lyric Four, who will he seen on the Vaudeville bill at the Majpsiic tonight, and for the balance of the week. AUCTION SALE At Letlibridge Sales Barn On friday, february 11th 60 Head of Work Horses, mares and geldings from 3 to 8 yra old. >One registered Clydesdale Stallion "Ellngrone Cornatlon" No 13033 rising four years old. One registered Percheron Stallion, five years old. Two Registered Shorthorn Bulls. /.Four Registered Hereford Bulls, foiir years old. Also harness and wagons. SALE TO COMMENCE AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP TERMS CASH H. .Or ROLLAQ, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. PIANO FOR SALE-Owner leaving town; reasonable terms to responsible party. Write F. A. Campbell, leM-n.v ariaiiges uei ri=vc,ge up- .^^ delivery, city. 50-3  man who accused her bv mar- "----S.'--,-_---- his son Kettinu him into all FOR S.VLB-1 concert grand plang, X '' sons ,f in.iible with the police, and "'=8''' ^ R�mlngton type- i luiallv eleariuK him and herself of writer. 1 cream separator. 3 safes, 1 ,uiiv wning-doiuK. "Within the Law" "at top desk, 1 Singer shoemakers ' '.vill bnnj; , few tears, and a lot oi ratching machine, stoves, ranges and a laughs, and ke.p vou ,n the eikc oi '^""se of high class household vour ^eat for foui aet.s. It will ap- ^��.r "e^.i-k.-vij -......rc-----i child that has seen the wonderful pro- ^^'^ m.^l^.^'iTf f^j, /j""'^'''h'"'^"^ sentation speaks in the hiuhesl terms 'l'^' ^'^'"l P'"' T a", ^ of it Lrivinc it far wider -itid mure "^""'P' shipment. All hay Inspected 01 u KHint; u. lai wiui.r an.i more farmers' wagons.' National Hay CDiivnieni- puhhcny than anv pic s- ,\,,,,,,,,, ,:.,,7,j ,,.l..f.-.i a(;Prit work could accomplish. "The Birth of a Nation" is advertised as 77 beins .iriven in the same mann'r that _ _____..... il was produced in New York whrre t nC'p amt* r-riiTTx.TTi it has run ior over a y: ar at the i-AJax p^^u I'UUiSU Liberty Theatre, ami in e cry res;:ect 1.031'-Hunch of key's"oh~iTngw'iTh is this promise lived up to. Mnil (r- name lag of U. w. Wallace. Finder dtvs lor seats are now receivwl olease leave at The Arcade and ro bv the theatrn management, 1 :;ulve reward 6j-2 A.ssoolatlon grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 77. nnsidencf. Phone 3G5. 9-0 Salberg Grain Co. SFECI.!VL A'J'TENTtON PAID TO SIIIP-JIENl'S OF UKAIN TO JIOOSE JAW WANTED-A second hand 32 or 40 h.p. Reeves plowing engine. Alberta boiler; must be in good condition. State register number and price to G. Malohon & Sons, Stavoly, Alta. Box 07.____ 49-26 WANTED-Brooder, outdoor profui-red, will pay cash. Applv Bo.x B, Herald. " 45-0 BLACKSMITH. Skates hollow ground wood split pulleys made to order, wood turning, band saw works and ripping. One pair of light delivery bobs, one light sleigh and one delivery wagon tor sale. P. A. Harding, 1401 4th Avo. N. . 47-5 f^ASQUERADE COSTUMES All kinds of Fancy Oress and Comic Costumes at the Alberta Picture Gallery, Hull Block. Open Evenings 7 to 8.30 p.m. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Westley, Acadia Block Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. D. Phone G32 103 '='inh Streft South. orayino of all kinds DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. r. Freight Sheflj, PHONES: Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridoo - Hours: Day school, 9 a.ra-4 p.m., every school day. Night school; Monday and Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for Information. 50-13 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decormfr ors, Paperh angers and Painters; Kalsorointiig, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest estahllahed Painters lo Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; oBIco phono 1752. Shorlock Bldg., I^eth-bridge, Alta. IBO-fl HAY, GRAIN, FEED mm THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious dlscasos) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for tree of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty tIso provided. For further particulars apply to tlio Nursing Mis-,'on, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. 'Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse �Miss) J.T, Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse excursion to pacific coast TO Vaneouvei*, Victoria and New Wcstniiiistei' DATES OF SALE-FEBRUARY ,8, 9, '10. and 11 RETURN LIMIT APRIL 30, 1916 Further Information from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge. or, R. DAWSON, Dtstrlol Passtinaer Agent, Catflv'J'- BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed o! all kinds. Carloads or less, fnijuira lor quotations when buying or selling. We are In touch with the best markets Starago space for rent e'.xcellent basement for puitshablt goods. Hyde ft Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112, 187-0 W. A. HENtlERSON 4 COY. Lethbrldge : : : Medloln* Hal Winnipeg -+~ Chartered AccountanM A'xountaucy in all Its branches; Audit. Secretarial. Ai-visory, Systematizing, tnd Tnist Woru, Iuie� ileattons, Llqutdatioaa. Acadia Bulldliig, tethbrlaa* . Realdent I. J. RiTCHlf PATEHSpk-! Charturad Accountant (Sf.ajj)" ; R. Geo. li. Dixon & epi FURNACE WORK,;' Sheet Met^l Contractors PHONE 1057 :*P. 0.,'BOX' 534, Ofllcoi, Rear Stafford iBloclf. \ I I ;