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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 16, 1916 ; Tonight and Tomorrow PARAMOUNT PRESENTS THE MAN WHO TOOK LONDON BY STORM �fl^^lfx in The Majesty ofteta>�' FRI. And SAT. 'Th'e QreatPlay ,. ;"DARKksT LONDON" Four Acts iRP TONIGHT POSITIVELY THE LAST APPEARANCE. OF THE GREATEST SHOW SEEN IN LETHBRIDGE FOR SOME-TIME THE ONLY STANDARD VAUDEVlLL&iULAYING THE WEST, BAR: NONE. NOTCH AtoTSlFbR'VOUR KIND APPROVAL. PRESENTS FIVE TOP- THE LA VARS, Dnnclng Whirlwinds-2 people. MICHAEL EMMETT & CO. In "A r.'-TT"-n ^nl" lielancV -2 Peop'lc- The Dream Pirates A ^!oloaio^lR oaan Ocean of Mirth, with Viola Wtl6bti,ai)ii;; Siimmy Wrenn-"to People. pack* bo able to millt. Apply box tti, Herald, , ">6h LAN D WANTED-To rent halt Boctlon ,or moi'cs, of land sukftblo to ba^aeoilod to wheat In the spring. Heliablo parly -address Box 41, ICorald. K4-tS TO llWh^T-Flvo-aoro Irrtgatod tract In the Kano acres, fenced with Pago wire fencing. joo.qo for the season. Phone 17CP2. 54-fi BIO SNAP In quarter Boclion near Wilson Siding. If you have real estate to exchange see us. Also have two good autos for siile. M. p. .lohn'-son & Co., Alberta Block. 63-6 FOR RENT-Halt section irrigated laud, near town. Good buildings and water and hay pastures, All in alfalfa and timothy. Can have plow-land. Apply Alberta Securities Ud, Balmoral Block,___ 53-6 FOR SAOs-iho' acres " tovir from Milk River, 100 acres WANTED-At once, strong lad between 14 and 18, must be used to horses and able to milk. Apply Watts Dairy, near public ceihetery -_ WANTED-Experienced .ariil for general house work on farm. Good wages, .Apply J- P- Thorn, Coaldnle, Al- iberta. Phono R 802, ,56-6 miles broken, moat of same In crop 1915, all fenced; house, barn, well. etc. For Immediato sale, jll per acre. Cash renuired for Iranster, only $4()0.00, balance on very ansy terms. A. M. Dowsley; for in-lervlew, phone 1821. 56-6 .I^KOFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mis* K. M, Holmo� graduato of the Pennsylvania Orth-opaedlo Institiito, Medical Massage and Oymnastlcs lSwedish), Electrical Vibratory and TherapauHo Ught Treatments, Electrolysis atad Sham-pQolt^R TreaUnentB givoi^ by ap-iolntnipbt'only.' Room 1 Hull 31k. RACTfORS , MEDICAL MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A second rig. Phono 1C53. hand delivery 55-3 SM:TH a SMITH-Hyrum Smith and Jiine B. Shii^fi-r-Chiropraotlc spinal adjustments will euro yotir chronic complaints. Call iri and talk It over. Office in reoVdonce, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours 10-12; a-6; 7-0. Phone 1677. 43-25 THIS tS'THE BiGGEST THRILLER YET SEEN IN ANY Of CHAPTERS-"A DEAL WITH DESTINY" OTHER GOOD ONES. MAJESTIC-2 8X-Mon. Tues., IrS NIGHTS; AT 8.15 MATINEES AT 2.15. , The Basil Corporation, B. S. Courtney, Manager PRESENTS D. W. GRIFFITH'S 8th WONDER GF THE WORLD Ten times Bigger Than The BigijMt Cirius 18,000 People 3,000 Horses Cost $500,000 Car Load of Electric and Scenic Effects 12 Skilled Stage Mechanics More Wonderful . . Than "Ben-Hur". or An> Other Production WITH OWN TRAVELLING SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA THE GREATEST ART CONQUEST SINCE THE BEGINNING OF CIVILIZATION T>PTr'FTt MATINEE.......................... 50c, 75o, $1,00 MATINEE EACH DAY AT 2,15 Hcil Orders Now. ' Seat Opens Thursday Next at Hedieys. MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 LAST TIME- TONIGHT 1 A-T.,a.30 Bayard Veiiler's Wonderful Play � WITHIN THE LAW A Good Attraction PRICES; 25c. 50c, 75c; $1.00 Children in,arms, not �' . admitted " -^i ', VvE W1L.I> PAY YOU S120 for sl.\ty davs' work to distribute' war literature. Man or woman. Spare time ranv he used. Winston Co.. Limited, Toronto, : ; Ad No. A. WANTED-Stenographers, any fairly competent stenograpner iu the . city, who is ouLot.wwk and is willing to go to an outside point, can be placed In a position .calling at Garbutt Business College, 411 8Ui SL South any afternoon between 4 and ,4.30. Bring application In own handwriting � -"-"^-SS-6 1 WANTED-A girl, able to sew well, I for tailor shop. Also errand boy. Ap-' plv Fred Thtsll. �0S 3rd Ave. 51-6 WANTED-Teacher' holding second 3r third class certificate for Turin S. D Write stating salary desired to V. Y, Van Brochlin. Secretary Iron Springs. Alberta. Phone 505, Iron Springs... ._52-6 WANTEEP-A small building to use as a garage. State price and size to bo.x 4r), Herald. 55-t! Wanted - underwood typewriter, recent model, must be In Al condition. State lowest price for an Immediate casli stittleuienl. No. In, Herald Office. 56-2 Wanted-a second hand 32 pr 40 h.p. .Reeves plowing engine, Alberta boiler;! must be Ih ' Sood condition. State register number and price to G, Mnlohon & Sons, Stavely, Alta. Box 67. ' _49-26 FOR SALE-Good wheat land and ranch land $10 per acre and up. Farm and on crop payments. Alberta land to trade for land in the States. Improved land In B. C, to trade for Alberta land. Best house in the city to trade on good half section. Improved Irrigated land to trade for wild land. Two ten acre garden tracts .with buildings on price $1150 and $1000; $100 cash, balance $10 per month at 7%. Best restaurant in the city for sale. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbrldge Alberta.  55-0 WANTED-Men aJid women to learn barherlng. Wages while learning; tools tree. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College^ SU Centre St., near C.P.R. depoL 33-0 MAJESTIC ^ . phone 1722 �v PEOPLE'S^PpPULAR � , > ... PRICED VAUDEVILLE THIS WEEK FKI. jUMl SAT. ETHEL Yi VY Extra Added Feature The Mystery GIri. BOO ladies will be wanted to r ask Miss May a Question. DON TAYLOR Comedy Ventriloquist THE CLARK SISTERS ' Singing and Dancing a JOE BANNISTER & CO. Comedy Sketch "The Waif" NEW PICTURES f; MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA PRICES NIGHTS; 15c, 25c, 35c, MATINEES ANY SEAT CHILDREN 10c any time Pontages^ Tonight If packed houses satisfy Manager Han.sen tliat vaudeville sucli as that 'urnlshed by Panta^es at the Orpheum ' is welcomed b;- Lethbridge people, he ought to be satisfled. Auother pack-led house was in ev'ider,.ce last night, and the bill was as enjoyable as over. !.\li the acts are good, but that of .Chris Rickards,' the "eccentric .English l^jcomedian, may be'singled oiit.,. It is {jSia clever "act iu evei-y, wa.v. "fhe bill will be shbwn for the last time tonight. WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight ^vecks qualifies ; tools free ; wages while learninR; positions ijuaranteed.;, illustrated eata-loeue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Cal- gary. 37-0 TO RENT _ TO BENT-in the Victoria Mansions one small furnished housekeeping suite, with private bath, no children. Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ave. S., phone 636. 46-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hcspitnl and Maternity Homo., Bpwjial rates given on application. 1224 7tU Avenue Soutb, Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - .M. and P. Phillips, graduate nurses. 701 6th Ave. South. Phone 315, 47-0 DR. W, a, QALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours 2-3: 7-8 p.m. Ottico 914 fhlrd Avenua Phono 12B3. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye. Nobo ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. OttloB hours 10-12; 2-5; eveniniis by appointment. Phonos; Ofllco 841, Residence 598. DR8. CONNOR, MoNAL-LY & JAMIE. SON-Of rice, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Ottlce 3l0;tiResldcnco ,1090. Office houi's: 11 t6 12 a.m.; I 1.30,tb.a.R0; 7-10% p.ih; DENTAL vi avi DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal CoUepe of'Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certlflcnto. Office; Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phono'1071. CJR. L. t, ALLEN-Deiitlst Uuoceiiaor to Dro. Courttco & Gilchrist)-Orad-� uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, MaWonald Block. Phone 1165. Lothbriqge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRs ana MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs, Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to E. Office, Hlg-Inbotharo Block, Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgnons. (Eng. I..Icontiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S; 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-5. Office: 6-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. ViAVI (The Herbal Home treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 61D 10th Street South. 31-0 OSTEOPATH I DR. SARA B. DETWILER, 318 Sherlock ,91ock. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phono 1521. . . .33-25 DYEING ;AND CLEANING SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Two girls experienced In all domestic work, require positions, together, In or out of town. Apply 327 11th SL S.  -i,' ' 53-6 WHAT THE Press Agent SAYS Within the Law a Great Drama ^\^^en Bdyard Veiller wrote 'Within The La\v" he gave the stage one of its greatest assets. We placed into the hands ot those who would be calied upon to portray the various cbaracters, the most strikingly human partS'which it has ever been the good tortune of thespians to interpret. "Within The Law" ha.=i a 'punch' in even.' line, and has a theme and i story which a thinking public will ' never forget. A most able presentation of this now justly famous play was given at the .Majestic last night, to a large audience, who thoroughly At the Majestic Another really fine vaudeville hill has been secured for the JIajestic Theatre for Friday and Saturday of this week, oile that should give amusement lovers plenty of good fun. Heading this week's bill is Ethel .May, a young lady who presents a-onost astounding exhibition in mind reading fSnd mental telepathy. Next on the bin will be seen the Clark Sisters, two winsome ml.^ses who offer a neat singing and dancing act. Don Taylor comes next with his clever ventrllo-quial sketch, and closing the bill will be seen Joe Bannister and Co. In a dramatic playlet entitled "The Wait." The usual run of good pictures will complete the bill. WANTED-Contriict for plowing with Bteam outfit.^ Breaking sod or stubble plowing. Apply box 23, Herald. 56-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO RENT-A furnished suite of two or three rooms, for light housekeeping private kitchen with gas cook stove, and modern conveniences. Rent reasonable. Use ot phone and piano if desired. Apply 1230 5th Ave. A. s. Phone 1687 after 5 p.m. 55-0 WANTED TO RENT WANTED-By soldier's wife, one or two furnished-rooms for light house- keeping. Good locality. 49 Herald. Apply Box 55-2 mSCELLANEOUS FOR sale-Used piano, $180,00-in good order. Mason & Rlsch. 47-0 for sale-Used organ, was $90.00, now 38.00. Mason & Rlsch, Balmoral Block. . . 47-0 MR, WATER mTCH-Can you tell me where to get a good strong well of water in Letiibridge, and how deep will vou have to go, and how much win you gamble on IL Reply to Box 20 Herald, 55-2 THE ,VALET-Speclallsta In French Dry JCleahlng;' guaranteed to turn out every, piece'Of work at Its best. Only the most scientific methods applied wlUiout injur>' 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 UrioERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent tor the Somerville Marble & Granite Works ot Calgary. Offloo opposite Court House. Phono 561. Re-Bldonce 284 7th Ave. S.. Phone 1176. Open day and night s. Y. hurst-Embalmer �: Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open algbt and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under tho direction ot Mr, H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for tho examinations ot the Royal Academy and ftoyal College of Music. London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H, C. C, Salmon. 1259 5th Ave, S. PROF, M. E. RYGG, Violinist, instruc tor In stringed and brass Instruments. Phone 1677. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alta. 35-0 FOR SALE-12 gage Remington pump gun, in good condition. Apply 416 Sherlock Blk. An item of news of great importance to local playgoers is the announcement that all reserved seats for the forthcoming engagement ot "The Birth of a Nation," at the Majestic Tiieatre next Monday and Tuesday, will go on sale at the Hedley Drug Co. store tomorrow morning at lu o'clock. Tliere will undoubtedly be a rush for seats, and Intending ; I patrons are advised to make early re-'; aervatlons. A special matinee will be FOR SAL&^Household furniture. Apply Mrs. t. B. Stevenson, 1217 7th JVvenue South. 56-6 for SALE-A pair of large wagon scales and two heating stoves. Apply 413 3rd, St. South. -._56-6 FOR SALE-A number ot pure bred single comb R. I. Red Cockerels. Apply 1324 4Ui Ave. n., phone 476. 54-0 for SALE-100 head of good -work horses, mares; and geldings, from 1200 to 1500. All broke. Bonnell's Livery, Lethbridge. 54-(3 for SALE-A sacrifice if taken at once, TO Blue Andaiusians, including prize winners, 10 other hens and a 100 egg incubator; 1902 9th Avenue North. 54-6 appreciated every line and situation.! gi^.^,, ^^^.j, d^j., and all seats tor A well balanced company appeared , ..arformances will be reserved up-10 great advantage, and a good scenic | annlication equipment greatly enhanced the en-' "P""'^'*"""-joyraent of the play. "Within The Law" will be again presented tonight for the last � time, and is well worth seeing. At the Einj) Chapter 29 ot the Diaiiioud I the Sky will be shown at the press tonight and tomorrow from Era-night. FOR SALE-One team bay mares years old, in foal, and with colts by side. Mares weigh 2300. Also harness and running geay with rack. Cheap for cash. Apply 715 14th SL South. 55-6 LOST AND FOUND STRAYED-A red cow branded quarter circle over 5n on left side, one black cow siime brand: two-year old bull, no brand. Finder please notify C. R. Daniels. r;4-6 LOST-From Dominion Express waggon, on Monday, a small parcel addressed International Harvester Co. Sent from Helena Mont. Finder -will please leave at Express o. .ce and receive reward. 56-2 W.. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All ^Inds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks ot merchandise purchased. I will also buy the entire contents ot. tiimtshed houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 ICth St. Nortti Lethhrldgo. Prone 1028. FRANK VVADDINGTON-It you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects. ccnsHlt Frank Waddington, Leth-brldKe, who will give you expert aervlce on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. , 266-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher ot piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils... accepted. Studio 1226 .5th A'*e.>A. South, Phone 1308. > :'�'r � ;44-12 ANNOUNCEMENT-Mr.. H. M c G. Young wishes to annotince that on and after the 3at of March he viU ba prepared to teach Hand Culluro. or Fingering Technique, using Clavier, Tables, etc., combined with New England Conservatory Instriictlon books and pieces toi- primary pupils. A limited ainount ot teaching done at pupils' residences. Studio: Orpheum Theatre Block, Room 4; residence Y.M.C.A. 50-6 LOST-Last year, one light grey gelding, branded 5H over 5. on right hip, also one l)ay mare, branded jf (Joined) on right shoulder. ' $10 reward on returning to T. Newton, butcher, Har-dlevllle, Alta, 56-0 Tills chapter tKlls of the marriage ot FOR SALE-One delivery bob alelgU, complete less shafts. Before buying a sleigh see me, I have the jnachine and can turn out the work cheaper than any one else. Sleighs from $10 and up. p. A. Harding, 1401 4tli Ave, North, 52-6 NOTICE WANTED- Information concerning whereabouts, ot Arthur Hopson, who left Montreal one year ago. Any information will be gladly received by his sister, Mrs. H. Prew, 37 Church Ave., Verdun; Que. 54-2 LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR 'for SAL,li-Furniture and house to .Arthur and Fstlicr by irypsy rites, in I rent, six room fully modern house the moaiilimo Hlair claims the Brit- with gas; furniture all first class, ish earldom, and he and Vivian, who Owner leaving city, will sell at sac-has the Uiaiiiorid. an- ptuparin.i; for rlfice. Splendid opportunity tor new-their reception. I)c Vaux has also ly married couple. Apply Box 44, C3iiip to Ltndon, ami while Uiair and Herald Offioe^^____53-6 Vivian pass through Uicir liall to FOR SALIi-1 conTputing scale, up to their iccepiion, the mailcti hand ol -^i pounds;! Fox typewriter with all �i. suit of urnionr ialls on Blair's modern attachmeuts; 1 Sun lypowrit-lipad, and selzPK the diamond from er, visible writer; 1 No. 2. SmltU-Viyiati. Again I'e Vaux haK been suc-|Preniler typewriter, uoa-vlsibje, cheap cessful. " . Scene from "The Majesty of the Law," featuring Goo. I'^iwcetL Hie I/-., man',who took London by storm, at Starland tonlglit and: tomorrow. ' SPBOUL ATTENTION PALI) TO SlIIP-�/�KlENTS m GllAIN TO ]\lOOSi^ JAW Get 11 Fai'm of Youi* Own TAKE 20 YEA�S TO. PAY If you wisii, Tho laud will . aupport you and pay '"or Its^olf. An imniRnse area xXva moat furtllo land in West-I'ln Ci.u.iJa for ::ale at low prices and eaay ttrma. ranging from $11 to $30 ii;r l.iviii ';ind:i v.'llh ample rainfall--ii.liuu(d .'rom $3,1, Terrjs- tlno-twL'iiticih down, balance v/ithin twenty years. In Irrlgfition districts loan for farm buildinK�. etc, up to ?2,000, rvl.-;o vopayablo in twenty years -intfrc.'it only t> pnr cwit. Hero in your opjiortuulty to, incrcaGs your ffinn holdings by Koillng artjoinlnu land, or securo your friends aa noiglt- I bory. For litonituro and particulars ' apply to Allan Cameron, Qen'l Supt, of Lands. Do8ii'xountancy lij;oU,lts branches:*.-' Audit, Ee'qilatariai, Ad. visory, 8WtemotUlt>R ; and Trust ^Yo^ttilnve. V vUatlons, iWQuiaatloas, �/,>':-T -m^. ' Acadia' Bulldlnj.^L^il^tjrbosi,"'' Resident R. J. R ITCH IE". PATERSON, Chartursd Accountant (tir.eL) Goo. K. JDlxoiE&uCo. FURNACE.,v/(65=�,fU. Sheet' Metar,,Qo,ntbsictorij."^i, PHONE 1057 J,W)O;J-0O-X�f5l!{l ' Roar,'ffit)llll(orUj(.''43lo% 'Offloo! ;