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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta GE TWO THE LEt-HBHIPGE DAILY HERAL'P WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1915 WRECKED HOUSES KING'S LYNN Government of the 1'rovince of Alberta. NOTICE TO 5THIJ HGIHEHS VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that .nations will hold a. the by Not ,hall it dulv appointed Inspector uf 3u-iim Boilers, for the Province of Al- At The LetlibrulSt' _ ___ Minna Damage done to roofs of Kings ..rial bombardment 'by German aviators. ETHBRIDGE'S POPULAR TENOR AT STARLAND The, natrons of Slarland will be de- ighted to hear that .Mr. J. T. Pelts, silver has been specially to sing. Comment would be iuperflnous in praise of this artists rocal ability, he being Jo -well known lo all In the city. The Starland are ortunate indeed in procuring Mr. J. p Petta on his initial appearance, out- lie the concert and opera platforms. GRACE CUNARO AND FRANCIS FORD AT STARLAND To occupy a relative position in ne's particular line of natter what that may bat of the word "sterling" in stiver, must be, indeed, the very ultimate orai of success and personal satlsac- Ion. To the movie land of make-believe, atte names' of Francis Ford and Grace lunard are synonymous with the very best in motion pictures. As the word is accepted as proof posit- ive that tie article stamped is iolld'sHver, so are the names oi these two Universal stars upon a film drama accepted as proof that the picture is worth while. In their latest release Francis Ford and Grace Cunard have outdone themselves. All of which Is saying 2 great deal- considering past perform- ances. "Smuggler's Island" Is the title to it, and it comes In two reeu filled to overflowing Tvlth hair-rajBine iltuatlons and adventures such as only Francis Ford and Grace Cunard can produce, and can be seen at Starland tonight in addition to other feature films. _____ STBONG BILL AT THE THE OBPHEUM THIS WEEK Packed houses have been the order of: the day at the Orpheum all this wiek. V. H. Doucet, -who has been keeping the nouses in continuous roars of laughter in his character monologue and impressions will he heard there this week. Miss Cathie JIcHueh, illh her Highland and sailors' horn- pipe dances, hai charmed the andlen- every appearance. Randolph CborcaUI, who ia no itnnger to Leth- theatre-goers, received -well- class creed or status of life's success. The banker, the lawyer and the judge, enjoy the daily cartoons HE well their less fortunate brothers, and ap- plaud Bud Fishers satirical humor. Millions of the best people ill America have laughed at Gus Hill's company presenliui "Mutt and Jeff in then various ploys, and will continue Hush at them as long aE Bud Fisher and" Gus Hill can keep up the pace "Mutt and Jeif" have made four com plete tours of the United States and Canada, with absolutely no sign o diminishing popularity, and will con tlnue to do so ior years innumerable "Mutt and Jaff in Mexico" will not onlv live np to the past records of phenominal business, but will prove to be the crowning triumph of Mr. Hill's long business career. AH known bcM olflca records have been hopeless- ly shattered by the enormous popular- ity of this "sure lire" success, and has been known as the mortgage Hfier for home managers and theatre-owners. "Jiutt and Jeff In lleiico" will come to the Majestic Theatre on February 15 and 30. It was designed for laugh- ing purposes only. There isn't a seri- ous thought or suggestion in the en- :lre show; its mission on earth is slm- -mm House Building, 9th anil lOtb, ih: Grady's Hall. ISth, Gnuul Ho- 23nl and 24lh; Palace a..u, for the purpose of sivins Engineers and Apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Oenln- under provisions of The reruns ..ul' already registered in he Province who may desire .ion forms, can obtain same by appli- Iu "to Hie Department, or (o the above naliicd Inspector, and such torm must be properly filled out. w.t- ucssed. and declared lo before a Com- missloner or Justice of the Pence be- fore an examination can 'be granted. JOHN STOCKS. Deputy Minister. Department of Piralic Works, Edmonton, Alia. Auction Si 1 3, Sat Feb. 20 an'd'Sato Stables. 40 head of Marc, and Gelding., all broken, weight from 300 to 1500 pounds. In this bunch are some well matched ttams of of Ton'Harrow.? "l complete-, Buggies'and Harness. Any.onc wishing lo sell or buy .hould attend this sale. commence al 1 o'clock sharp. J. A. SMITH-Auctlonc.r. W. J. DODDS-Manager. WRITE OR PHONE 1552. Nothing Succeeds Like Success Notice to Creditors In the matter of the Estate of Kirk- ham Brothers, Insolvent. snow; its m.ssion on earth is sim- e lhe hoolc worm and groucb. Get oeatB e anan as "Mutt and Jeff in Mexico" invariably plays to capacity bouses, and the .early bird catches the best that Ihe Uirkham Uorl-henlS. their Notice is hereby above named insolvents. Brothers, of the City of Lethbr the Province of AJberta, -Vier have made an assignment ol estates and effects to Tne Trusts and Guarantee Company. Limited. Official Assignee, for the general bene- fit of their Creditors, under the pro- fit of their reo, visions of "The Assignment Act be- Al- ing Chapter ss of the Statutes of Al- If .you have a piece of pro- perty !for Bali- or HUT IT IN THE 11EHALD. I you have neud ot lielp for the home or business PUT IT IN THE HERALD. If you lose an article of PUT IT IN" THE HERALD. For the filling of every sort of For the best possible results at minimum PUT IT IN THE HERALD. Phone1583 GftLT LUMP COAL PER TON DELIVERED C.O.D. ALSO NUT COAL STEAMSHIP AliKXCY BAFETY SPKED SPLENDOR Canadian P.icillc Royal Mall Steamon Allan Line Royal Moll Steamers. Trench Line to Havre. White Star New York Canad- Liue. Now York and Canad- Northern Royal- Mai! 'Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Line to Glasgow. Buy your tickets whcrp you get Iraln. S. "B. MITCHELL, C. T. K. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses (or. mater- nity and all medical and surgical coses (except aid courses according to the cir- cumstances ot the patl-nt Poor patients cared Ior irae of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty nlso provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the, Nurslne Ills- sion Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Mist) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Mils) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurts. (MISS) J- Mackenzie. Grjd. Nurse- Dt fortJl 25 Words, ii cenis an Insertion. Si insertions1 lor The price of Four. TO RENT TO fa mi well located, well improved. Ilolsic rows .for'sale.' -or see b Duuhamj LctlihrldKJi.- TO 1st. one d-jiry far ind stock. stJShlor room for .05 head o house and out t-Jlldliip- miles -south east of Lellvbritlg to Ed. McKfiizie, P. O. I3ox_nl ar I'iiono R-109. SHERLOCK RESIDENTIAL SUITES ARE NOW READY 3poclnl and personal convonlen- JOB, also furnishing can ba ar- ranged with right parties.- ACCOMMODATION TO SUIT ANY RESIDENTIAL NEED Apply any tlme-at the Building. MISCELLANEOUS_FQRJALE ____ COWH comtiiE fresh. Aiiplv It V. GIKious Co., Daluionil _ __ ___ FOR A good horse, well hroli- 11 to rule or llrlvo. quint and IV Ilrsl -luss llfllvery liorao anil a good dnvor. Apply Wilson Furniture Co., Phono TO furnished or un- furnished; fully modern in -convenient part ol city; on cnr lisiB- ed tor sli months or longer. Kent reasonable. Apply to Box iO Herald office. ___ _ HAY FOR Timothy or Joint- loose or lialeil; liirgc or 'dtlLlpB; milea wost of foul- fl-ilo for lirlccs apply Wilson and Skoilh Sherlock BldK-, or Phone Ihn farm. R-802. __ PUNO FOR RENT Or 'would Bell on lorms. Must bo ciirofiil party. Call. 13th Street ____ Mctaujhlin car In first class runoiiiE order; intercliangnblc, two or four paskeuKur or would mate ii "ood delivery tnirli. Must soil cheap. Apply UOK U Horalrl. li FOB S California land. liavo 10 iinti 20 acre tracts irri- gated land 'all ploueheri.. ditches In, only four mllos from good town, good soil Will grow fruit, nuts, oranges, alfalfa, for sale or oxclumfo. Room WANTED furnish- j 3 fllli., Lethbrldge. Dd room, must be central. j Box 30'ilerold- TO TO uiiu T5 roomed lioliss, close in? IU2 Ctli' St. S-, can lie Healed wUh'coal or tlirmisll DUt suiialllc for ro'dltalng house; renrcas- zle, P-.-O.'Bok .546 or Phone motorcycle In runnlne order, twin cylinder, fr'eo running cnjlno. Cltsop for cash. ,Vpply Box 50 Herald. FOR Buttercup Cock- rels and new laid eggs- 510 12th St. South. a4-01 sss the 20 tl, day BfidKe eare-goers, ec merited applause in the rendering ot ETore balllds. GbapJAln If one of the feat- ,-am at svery pefformmca at the ot Pebruflir, ror a statement ief Insolvent, for opular playhouse, and tboBe. who and Dynamite" last Friday Saturday, caE have the pleasure him aialn in "RU New Pro- anoUier acream for fifteen two-part "The Liiht Eternal" is i Kay Bee masterpiece, to- SAGE TEA TURNS GRAY HAIR DARK Grandmother1! recipe to bring color, luatre and thlckneai to hair when faded, itreaked or oray. That Beautiful, even shade of dart 'lossy hair can only he had by brew- ne a mimire ot Sase Tea and Sul- phur Tour, hair ii your charm. II nakes or mars, the face. TOen it fades, turns gray, Etrsaked and loots dry wispy and scraggy, just an appli- cation or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a liundred- Don't bother to prepare the tonic; you can get from any drug store a ac- cent bottle ni'.'-Yt-yeth-s Sage and Sul- phur ready to use. inis can always be depended upon to bring back the natural color..thickness and lustre of your hair and remove dand- ruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Everybody naes "Wyeth'b" Sage and Sulphur because it darkens so natur- ally, and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied. You simply damp- en a sponge or soft trash with It and draw'this" through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair has disappeared, and after 'another- application it becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy, lustrous and abundant. Sold by J. D. Hljlnbotham Co., Llmittd. of the affairs the appointment of inspectors, an_ riving of directions with reference to the disposal of the estate. Everv creditor or person claiming to 'he entitled to rank on the estate assigned is required to deliver or senn post paid to the said Company, on or before the llth day of March narticulars of his claim, verified by statutory declaration and such vouch- ers as the case admits of, and stating whether he holds any security for his claim or any part thereof, and putting a specified value on such security (If in accordance with the said Act. irnd notice Is further given--that after the said llth day of March 191o, the said Company will proceed to dis- tribute the estate of the said insolv- ent under the Said Act, having regard "ly to the claims of which It shall have notice at such time of djstribu- at Calgary, this llth day of The Trusts and Guarantee Com- PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO 'be'tlrpom in p home, near .car line, ieuccs.'.'and .pee. ot ohone; monthl'.'Sundny'.mQnlB .if renuirc... FOrt Iron ranfis, SI oown and ?1 per week. Apply MASSAGE MEDICAL -REMOVED K.M graduate or the Inrtiiui.. 'McdJMk and OymnastlcB (Swedishl.- Vlbraiory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electron-Ms and Snnin pootog Treatment, pointment only. Room OR. W. S. Sufceon Accoucher, .Hours. o.inV, Xlmce' 914 Third: Avenue.. Pb'oni -v. ER.. Sherlock. Block. Residence 12E6 Sixth Avenue. Office Office (ether 'with four other of. the Mutual Him Corporation1? celebrated releas- a bill that defies com- petition. A LITTLE QUEEN" AT THE EMPRESS for today and tomorrow the Em- hate secured and will present to any. Limited, Official Assignee. H. Howard, Manager. McKenzie and Menzie, Lethbridge, Ita., Solicitors for the said Company. Ad "W ji the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dis- trict of Lethbridge. I people of Letibridge the fIvfrjart iramiAll Players' Paramotnt picture J-flBOh a Uttle Queen." featuring the lorlsttMt star in the motion picture iinwid dainty sweet JIary Pickford the 'little girl with tha a year i highest-priced artist tha hii STsr ippeared before the public S la "Buch a Little her presen Tenicle. she rides to the highest, pin nacle of an already brilliant career Little Mary impersonates Anna Vic toria. Queen of Herzegovina, who fo political reasons is forced to find re- luge in America and becomes ipecial interpreter for a rich meal-packer. In tn-'aarae office -working as a rterk Stephen, tha debounair King of Bos- nia, wno has been forced to seek Ela who has been formed to seek his i fortune in America. These two depos- ed'rulerB fall In love and the picture makes a most beautiful elory prettily told. And the true spirit of romance pehneates this delightful play. "MIJTT AND JEFF" IN A NEW FROLIC r COMING TO MAJESTIC "A liltle nonsense now and then Is relished by. tbe best of men." and wo- men, loo. The old adage is proven U over and over again by the continued and most extraordinary success of due Hill's production of "JIutt and Heft." New York's best citizens: .__...' ,.J'l i Jert. l urn b UCDI. butchers, bakers and undertakers, all i tum'-to the "funny pictures" In the morning newspapers to see what those two funny follows Mult and Jeff are up BOJ! is the-.habit confined to any IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Sayt Backache If a H9" X0" been eating too much meat, which forma.uric acid....... When you irake up with Sackache and dull misery in the kidney region It generally means you have been eat ing meat, says a well-known authority Meat forms uric acii; which overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter Jt from the blood and they be come sort of paralyzed and loggy When your kidneys get sluggish ant clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the body's urlnous waste, else you hav backache, sick headache, dizzy spells your stomach .sours, tongue ia coated and when the weather Is had yoi have rheumatic twinges. The urine I cloudy, full of sediment, channel often get sore, water scalds and you ire obliged to seek relief two or three limea during the.nlght. Either consult a good, reliable phy- sician al once or get from your phar- macist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful In a- glass of TVater before breakfast for a few day? and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com- bined with llthla, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish, also to neutralize nclds in the urine so if no longer Irri- tates thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It Is Inexpensive, can -ot injure and makes a delightful, ef fervescent lilhia-water drink. Sold by J D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited. DP. TAYLOR--I Throat; hours lOrrr] pointment: bldeuce U93 SMITH, DECEASED. EDWARD HOAD, EDWARD J. COOK "WILLIAM HAYNES, HARMONIUS F JUDSON, JAMES F. HAMILTON WILLIAM H. MARRS, JOHN W SARTLETT, L. B. MASON, HUGH TAYLOR RICHARD SMITH, WILL 1AM C IVES, ALBERT GREEN and CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Detendanls There will be sold wllli Hie appro bation of the Judge this Honour aole Court on Saturday, the 20th Feb ruan- 1915, at the hour of Twelv O'clock noon, at the Court House In the Citv of Lethbridge, in Ihe Pro- vince of Alberta, the followme lands The South East Quarter of Section In Township 8, Range 20, West o the Meridian, in the Province o Alberta, subject to the reservation and conditions contained in Agree ment for Sale dated 21st March, 1911 made between William Smith, ahov named, (luring his lifetime, aa Vendor and the Defendant, Edward .Hoad, a Purchaser: reserving all coal and oth er minerals and the right to follow and mine the same therein and there under. This land Is said to he irrigable. This land will be offered for sal subject to a reserved hid which hi been fixed by a Judge. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALB may he seen at the offices of Lionel L, Asqulth, Auctioneer, and JOHN'STONE RITCHIE, Lelhbridge, Alherla, Ad. No. O. S FETT-... Open day and Y HURST, EMBALMER f DlRECTOFt-803 3rd Aye. S 1802. Open TO ,-Ist. four roomed house with shtck; central, water, "lieht sewer; per month; :'lease' Tor' year. 'Some furniture for sale choap. US SUj'St.-S.-. near 2nd Ave, Apply.ibetween-. 5 and DON'T cash and J15 ier month -buys small cottage on two 013 aewcr and water on street. Also mvci line lota closo to 13th St., terms 55 cash and ?5 per month. Sen mo' Vow about these. W. M. Qlllclan. 122 Ave. South, TO RENT OR Quarter 'section- fann, -s'ood bulUint's, fenced, 150 aoroB miles-.BOffth jotMBiirpIc Springs; >11 .to -right party. Applj o Nose nnd. i97a 10th ion Building. nice -Present tenant1', will sull liliiids linoleums-all' fltteu at reasonable price-it: desired.'-Apply at house. -i i Tlr Office.3-11. Re- DENTAL. DR M J graduate of Royal College' of Dental Toronto; and .'holder of a'Domlnlon Dental Certificate. 'Office: Rooms 5 ani G, Bryan Block. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce t uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Ma'cdonald. Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. p DRS. MARRS AND DentlstE Successors to Drs. Stewarl and Me. Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hig- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR E. G. mem- ber o! Royal College ol surgeons, (Enrf Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. -5. Office: G-S'lIigln- TO AH or any part of Brot... opposite1 'Alexandra Hotel on 1th iVe: T'h'rei stores down stolra 13 room's "and -bath' upstairs. Reads 1st' 'Apply Johff Broille, IMS llth outli: Feb St. S Hours: 1-5. botham Block. NURSING FOR Nicely furnished house, FOR cey (cottage roof) on two lota, al fenced in with work shop at rear. Will take very small pnvment down and nrraugo balance to suit purchaser. 'Address S 'Martin. 124S Sth Ave. 3. Address" A HEAL acres 113 lots) in soulhenst ol city, would make, a good chicken farm. Price ?750 cash. Purchaser could arrange for use ot adjoining acres by paying taxes on same.' Write Boi 500, FOR section 4% miles west of Lethbrldgo. For particulars apply to John B. Allan, Boi.681, Lath- brldae. RENT- room, on car line with.Jtlenliqiie connection; 510 per momV'Ariiily cm loth St. TO room wltn all modern' conveniences, steam heat, shower nl'iirlge. olc., apply Y. M. C. A SITUATIONS .VACANT i (lls'trf THE 6th St. S., "he Herald, are specialists in chem cal cleaning and dyeing. Prompt service on out of town business, call write or phone for. once Usl- Phone 1812. J1 u bute'reliSiouB-iiieratlire in your com- days' work. Experience not "or woman. Op- portunity- fbr- prornofion.' Spate time may Int'ernationol -liihle lisa u. r. .'Press. 1S2 Ave., Toronto. maritan Hospilal and Rolunda Kos-j _'" pital, Ireland. Medical, surgical anil j -3' a ohslerical nursing. 701 Bth Avenue _________________________________ MISS U. F. i South. Phone 733. FLORIST '.Mrs''Fred Downer, 127G frd' Ave. S. Phone 606. G. 0: Kerr's farm, 31- -20 a dark sorrel mare, branded. C R ver Inverted half diamond. Owner please write or call at farm. AddresK- -.cthhridKe, Alta. 1st Ave.- between 7th ana Hi Sts In front of depot, a ring vlth three keys.' Finder pleaae re.-1 uru-tn Herald omce. Feb. Cl.h, between Cyprinn's Church' aiid 91o Sth St.' Kolcl brooch with fleur-de-lis centre niece set with pearls, nnder pleasn -ciurn to Quick Print 'omcc, [loyal Bank Building. ______ I have impounded on Hie N. .W. Section. 1-3-20, one, bay: horse colt, while stripe in -face, no visible brands.- W. H. PAWSON. Jr. poundkeepcr, Coaldale.- FRACHE 9HOS, sale and Retail. -rs sae an ea. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants and Hot _ ______________ W teacher for the Aiitonio S D. at imce. Apply staling salary etc.. to C..M, Scadden, Secy. Purple Springs. Alta-.'- House Vegelables. Lethbridge. 1003, PIANO TUITION JPUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTANT w n "wTNO-AHOClata-of the of Chartered Accountants of Kncland and Wales, and of tha Ip- fmute of Chartered Accountants In EDWARD'S -Cran brook. B. C. Headmistress. Miss V. M. Chirringlon. Hoarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Foil High School currlcJliim. Shorthand. Stenography nnd Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing Painting, Sketch- uellliil -ugc, rtlul-llrt, Plalntlrrn Solicitors, COOKING Medicine, Hat bakers have raised the price of bread Horn 1-1 to 12 loaves for a.dollar. SRICTLY HOME Pics, Cakes Saratoga Chips. Can be had at market stall. Orders received at home, 1214 Bill Ave. A Soulh, will be delivered. Mm. R. J. Waugn, w A. HENDERSON COY. Lelhbrldge Medicine Hat Winnipeg i Accountancy In all Us branches; Audit, Secretarial, All- vlsory, and Trust Work, tigatlons, Liquidations. Acadia Building, Lethbridge Reiidcnt J. RITCHIE PATERSOfJ, (Scst) WANTED for sixty 'da work. Write for. 'Contract. Garretson, BranttojnI ys' easy Bradley arr, -__. __ tipoil general Hervant, uood cnoi-, family of middle as Miss H.TJhrisl.Ior. Diamond preferred. b-y respectable SITUATIONS WANTED as editor or norter on weekly paper by oxpenenc- k newspaperman. Satislied with n moderate salary for start Apply A, Fiollins tlcLelsh, general delivery Vedlrine "at. Alberta. Situation as housekeeper oy middle aCod woman, will be open for new position on Jlarch 8, 1915. Would prefer to Ihc situated at Ooal- man by day. -'cleaning -and washing; Bood laundress anil thoroughly exper- ienced in hoiifie- work, or wiuM- do Elck nursing., Apply-Mrs. Snn'Ji, ,-l'-_ 12th St_ South. _____ foreman for large mix- ed ftirnf; must- be thoroushly. csiier- enccd energetic and accuslomed to from nature, i Write for 0 western, vfarmlng. PIANO TUNING 3. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- .ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the Icad.lng Phono 1168, ald.plHcc. WANTED Married -couple children) -or girl of-Gclinan br.-Scan- dinavfcn descent- prolerrcd.. for farm work.. -Stale nationality and' wagm Alberta. wor.. cipected. '.-Box as, atnvely. of the city, 1253 6lh Ave. AUCTIONEER