Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBnttJGE;^ A Ijr$|Y HERAtp SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916 oThe Siren s Soiig EVERYBODY WILL FLOCK TO SEE THESE THRILLING "PUNCHES" The death-defying chance taken by a man hurled overboard seventy-five feet In mid-ocean. . ; The tist fight on board the liner; which Is the most realistic that has ever appeared In films. Jphn Grey discovered by Blake in Helen Granger's apartments In the hotel and the terrific scene that follows. The realistic run on the bank and the wrecking of the inside of the masnive building by. the frenzied depositors. Also plenty of good clean comedy to make you laugh. r Special Picture Feature-It is rarely you have the opportunity, of seeing such a splendid film. Positively last appearance tonight. TOMGHT Prices only 10c and 15c. Hobart Bosworth in MAJESTIC-2 g',?J-Next Mon. Tues. Feb. 21-22 NIGHTS! AT P.15 MATINEES AT 2.15. The Basil Corporation. B. S. Courtney, IVIanager PRESENTS D. W. GRIFFITH'S MIGHTY SPECTACLE" Ten times Bigger Than The BiggiEt Circus 18,000 People 3,000 Horses Cost $500,000 ill ill Car Load of Electric and Scenic Effects 12 SkilleO Stage Mechanics More Wonderful . Than "Ben-Hur" or An> Other Production PARAMOUNT PICTURES NEXT WEEK'S FEATURES Moiulay-Tiiesda^' "The Strange Case of Judge Legarde'' A Play Seething with Mystery and Emotions The Eminent English Star eiKIL MAUDE In Ibsen's Immortal Drama PEEK GYNT" WITH OWN TRAVELLING SYMPHONY ORCHE>STRA :',0 MU81C'IAXS SEATS NOW SELLING at MEDLEY'S ............. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. ................,..... bOc, 75c, $1.00 LAST TliVlE TONIGHT IVY CLOSE IN "DARKEST LONDON" AOS SITUATIONS VACANT \Vi.\NTKD-Good s�iH'ml servant at once. Ayply Plionc 1675. I'lO-I WANTED ~ B.\porlonoed maid lor gonornl house\vork,.. Apply 1S07 4th Ave. South. BB-0 WANTHD-A girl for geiioral housework, small funiily. Knqulre 1234 4tU Ave. s; , SS-0 WANTIOD-A strong Inil about 17 vears of age, Appfy Ho.\ U, Iferald Office. - - � , ' 5S-2 W'ANTiCD-iMnid for Runervil housework. Apply -Mrs. Lutferty. 414 6th Street So\itli. ' ___iltji WANTED-A woman tor housework in a stnall farm. ,Al>pl>" phone ,R (ill). 57-2 WANTKD-Man and wife tor farm work. Man must, bo able to milk. Apply box lil, llet^.a. . ,_____56-fi \VANT13D-First oiassv coat nu\kors; also vest and' trojipfer iriakors.- Apply Fred Thaell- �08.3rd Ave. S. " 58-6 SKFIVANT WANTiSn-Good girl for all round housewbrk. Apply .t;8ia 4tb Avenue South. � � 59-3 WAN'i'KD - Good capable servant, able lo do plain cooking. Apply to Mrs. S. .luckson,.313 12th St. .">�-6 WANTEIV-Housekeeper at Gait Hospital. Apply Superintendent's office, ____ ; _ _ 59-1 WAN'TGd-Experienced glfl for" general house work on farm. Good wages. Apply Mrs. .1. P. Thorn. Coaldale, Alberta. Phone R 802. oC-fi Winter Wheat Wanted for Cxhihitioii purposes. If .you have it I'.oiiimunicatc with A. II. McKEOWN LETHBRIDQE IMMIGRATION HALL LAND WANTED-To rent half section or more of land suitable to be seeded to wheat In the spring. Reliable party -address Uox 41, Herald. 54-U GXCHANGl'^Your Alberta land for property In the Spokane, Wash., country. Wood.s Realty Co., Coeur d'Aleiio Idaho. 57-fi SUPERPL0U3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K. Holmo� grndunto of the Pennsylvania OTi.h-opacrtlc Institute, Medical Mnsango and OyDiV>asl!c8 iSwedlsh^. Kiectrl-oal Vibratory and ThorftponllciUght TronlmontB, piectrolysls and Shnm> poolns TroatnionlB given by ap-polntmoDt only. Room 1 Hull BIk CHIROPRACTORS TO RKNT-rive-acre Irrigated tract in the Kane acres, fenced with Page wire fencing. $00.00 for the season. Phone 1702. 54-� SMITH A SMITH-Hyrum Smith ant) June a. Smith-Chiropractic spina: adjuHlmeuts will cnrn your chronic complafntfl. Call m and talk it, over Office m resvdence, S03 7th Avo. S. Hours 10->-I3; i-5: 7-9. Phonr 1G77. 43-25 LAND FOR SAI.K-Choice improved farms, '4 and- M: sections, at $10.00 to $20'.00 per aero, on crop payments. N. n. Peat & Co. 10 Macdonald Blk., Lethbrldgc, Phone o70. . .58-5 WANTKD-At once, woman cook for small hotel dining room, plain cooking. State wages. Apply Box D, Coleman, Alta. 57-G WANTED-Steam engineer having i> years experience and holding final Al-beita papers, wants work with either threshing or plowing. Address Uox 2114, Great Falls, Mont. 58-12 ..PRICES EE WANTED-teacher for Rolling Green School District, one with experience ind first or second class qualifications preferred. School open March 1st. Apply with full particulars, to the secretary, E. C. Finders, Hetlaw, Mberta. 57-6 WHAT THE press Agent ^ SAYS ''Birth of a Nation" Opens Monday MAJESTIC 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. TQNIGHTl VAUDEVILLE "The Mystic Maid" ETHEL MAY & CO DON TAYLOR JOE BANNISTER & CO. CLARK SISTERS KEYSTONE COMEDIES ORCHESTRA PRICES- 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c At the Majestic The management of the Majestic V'ish to draw the attention cf the public to the fact that all seats for Monday night's pcrfortnance  of "The Birth of a Nation," must be paid for by noon on .Monday, otherwise im-j claimed reservations after that hour! Qannot be guaranteed. There is a great .demand for seats for all four ,. - - performances," and it is an assured the Kusso-Japanese - '-...... \-,ti,^r. combine juggling '^�'^} ,P"^', X?'"' and tumbling in a manner that make ;!"'',H'ti!^!m�,,r,';l'. I'l.l.i the audience take notice. F'abei and Waters present Ibeir singing and comedy patter offering, entitled ".N'if-iv Nonsense." There will be three goud acts on the hill as well as the usual pictures. .Vssigns, all coal mines, veins of coal same, will be offered for sale by public auction on Saturday the Eleventh day of March, 101(5, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon at the Court House in tlic City of Lethbridse. Sale will be subject to a reserved hid whlcii has been fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions will bo made known al the time of sale, or can bo aaaortained from the undersigned solicitors. The said property is situate on 21st At StarhuHl For ihc last times tonight will be shown the great romantic drama, ..... ,,...,,.,..,..,.., d,..,.>.wu .v,., "Darkest London," a play replete street between 5tli and fith Aveiiuos W,.rc.,n-,litv Thpv were forced to re- thrilling scenes and exceilenl Xortb, in the City of Lethbridge, On lm,nri to Lmerous encores ^ ^^'t""?. ""^ l^^''^^^ tl>� �aKl land there Is said to 'be u ^^Tht LnrZ surSdse of the ev-' t^^" excellent comedies. . ono storey frame dwolllng 30 x 28 ft. �,.n?ni^ wlfh the �Dne?ra^^^ On Monda) and Tuesday next an-Ion brick toun.dalion. The dwolllng ?"ti^e^l Mav hUleT'^as '^'The Mvslic "tlier splendid Paramount picture,; is said to contain four ropms and to l^n S " pl^ro.nd nma^ w-s (ul- '"J'l'C LMdous Conduct of .Judge l.c- be beate:! with hot air furn^ice, and ?! 'virieu^^ i^,d o ?1 ninL^^ be the feature. This is fm- has water conneeUons. The said L\e''.liXsrasKing'tmsclves "How ntory oi.a southern judge who. .has premise: FOR SALE-Used organ, was $90.00, now 38.00. llasQu. & Rlsch, Balmoral , Block. 47-0 THE VALET-SpectnllatR In French Dry Cleaning; givarnnteed to turn out every piece of work at Us best. Only the most scientific metbodj applied without Injury'to gnrnients. Our work Is sure to please you, CollMt and deliver. Phono 1S12. 824 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DVeiNQ AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Furs re-mado ^nd cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyolug works In the city. Phono 444. AUCTIONEER WANTED-Five passenger Ford car; must be a .bargain and first class condition. Apply Box 14,�Herald. i 58-li ^.,V-,^!.'-*'^^' '-'""ea Auctioneer, All xmas of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt setllements Job Jots or atocks of mercnandiie pi;rch630d. I wUl also buv the entire contents of fumlahed housps Head ofllce at ihe Wilson Fvmituv Co., 4ifi t.">.th dt. North Lethbridge" Prone 1023. ' DR. M, J. GIBSON-Donttst. gmduato of Ro.vnl College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Cortincato. Office: Roomi 6 and 8. Bryan Block, Phono 1071. DR. L, T. ALLEN-Dentist tsuccossof' to Drs, c;ourtIc6 ti. Gilchrist)-Qrad-uato University of Maryland. Roomn fi and P. Jlacdonnfd Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrldgo. Alln, 170-0 ORS. IMARRS and 1V1ARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart'' and Mo-Cltiro Hours: 0 to G. Office, Hlg-Inbotlia.m Block. Phono 374. OR. E. G. SliVlMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Pbyalclans (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: fi-8 Hlg-Inbothum Block. Pbono ICIfi. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Lcadlng Funeral Director and EmCinlmor; also agent for the SomorvUle Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Otttco opposite Court House. Phone 6(51. Residence 284 7th Avo. S.. Phono 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST-Embalmor & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avonuo South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC IVIISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class In Pianoforte Playfng and Theory under tho direction ot Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of tho Royal .\cDdfmy and Royal Collegu of Music, London, Eng., For furth' cr particulars, apply to H. C. C. Sai^ mon, 1259 5tli .Vve. S. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, Instructor in stringed and, instni-raents. Phone 1677. 903 7th Avo. South, Lethbridge. Alta. 35-0 FOR SALE-t;22 high power rifle. Sav- i WANTED-A second hand 32 or 40 age make, a snap. ; Apply at Herald i ii.p. Reeves plowing engine, Alberta office. 59-6 i boiler; must ho in good condition. FOR SALE-12 gage Remington pump State register number and price to gun, in, good condition.- Apply llfi G- Malohon & Sons, Stavely, Alta. Sherlock Blk. � 53-6 ! Box fi7. 49-26 FOR,SALE-Hpvsehold furniture. Apply ^217, 7th Avenue S. 56-li FOR SALl^-Good wheat land and _______._____ ranch land $10 per acre and up. Farm FOR SaLe-a pair of large wagon \ lands on crop payments. Alberta land scales and two heating stoves. Apply 413 3rd, St. South. 56-6 I'^OR SALE-A number of pure bred single comb R. 1. Red Cockerels. Apply 1324'4th Ave, N., phone 47fi, 54-0 FOR SALE-100 head of good work horses, mares and geldings, from 1200 to l.-^OO. All broke. Bonnell's Livery.. Lotlibridge, 54-6 FOR SALE-A sacrifice If taken at once, 10 Blue Andalusians, including prize winners, 10 other hens and a 100 egg incubator; 1902 Wtli Avenue North, 54-6 FOR SALE-oFe~toam bay mares""? years old. In foal, and with colts by side. .Mares weigh 2300. Also harness and running gear with rack. Cheap for cash. Apply 715 14tb St; South. 55-6 to trade for land in the States. Improved land In B, C, to trade for Alberta land. Best bouse 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. $1300; $100 cash, balance ?10 per montti at 7%, Best restaurant In the city for sale, T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbridge Alberta. 55-0 LOST AND FOUND STRAYED-A red cow branded quarter circle over oN on left side, one black cow same brand; two-year old bull, no brand. Finder please notify C. R. Daniels. 5(-fi FRANK WADDINGTON-If you am contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ccnsult Frank Waddlnglon. Leth-hrlriec, who win give yon expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 260-0 ANNOUNCEIVIENT-Mr. H. McG. Young wishes to announce that on and alter the 1st of March ho vill ha piepared lo iw'.x Hand Cultun.'. or Finger Tncbnitiuo, using Clavier, Tables, etc., combined with New England Conservatory Instruction books and pieces for primary pupils. A limited amount ot teaching done at pupils' residences. Studio: Or-pheum Tbeatro Block. Room 4; residence Y.M.n.A. 58-6 --. ----------------; .J- ------- PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certiflcato MT. Assn., London. Fngland. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 1253 fith Ave. A South. PLUMBER M. WOLF-Sheet metal Worker and Plumber, 713 3rd Avo. South. Phono 1715, r,'2-2i; FOR SALE-Five passenger Ford car. In first class condition. All now tires. Apply Box 39, Herald. 58-5 FOR SALE-36 h,p. double simple Rumely plough engine; 44-64 j\lck-ols (i. Shepherd separator. Cook shack and bunk shack. Two 16 barrel water tanks, with pumps and hose, ane 3=^ Webber wagon. Apply box to, Herald. 57-0 : .asking does she do it ?" Miss May ofTers an -astounding exhibition of mind reading, answering all manner of que.s-Monn submitted, bv the amticnce raP-�jdlv and correctl,v'. � Th� usual run of good pictures, including tho latest Keystone comedy, completed the bill. Tho same performance will be repeated tonight. At the Oi'pheiim .Mr. .Makarenko, who Is presenting .________es arc said to be in a fair had his brain alTected by the kick of. stale of repair, a horse and who develops n dual ner-i Daleil at the Ciiy of Lethbridge, soiiality. Whim non compos menti:; lie this iOlh day ot February, .\. 1)., 1916 commits several crimes, and o'.jlitc,r-i Conybeare, Church, McArlhur & ates any clue -s to the perpetrator,' Davidson, Barrlstei-H, Solicitors, etc, with the cunning of a niauiac. Lionel Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Barrymore is the leading actor,of an Alalcoim Vouug, Esractor� PHONE 1057 V, P. 0. BOX;634 Offlco-:   Rear* Stafford QlocU.' Notice Is hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of Tiio Irrigation Act, the Government of the Province of Alberta bavo tiled the nocensary moniorle.l and plans required by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act, with the Commissioner of Irrigation, at Calgary, Allierta. Tho applicanl applies for the right to Impound sufficiont water in a douleo on the northwest quarter of Section 28, township. 11, Range 19, west of the 4th meridian, to fill a ros-ervolr created by the erocllon of a dam for domesilc i)urpoKeB, and for tho right to construct tho neoossury j works, as shown by the memorial I and plans filed, to enable tho water I HO diverted to bo used for the said domestic use of tho community. The said Northwest (piarter of Section 28 Is also affected by right of way for Ihe proposed worl;u. Dated at iCdmunton, Alberta, Ihls 7th day of February, 1916, L. C, Charleaworlli, Deputy Minister of Public Works No. B. Applicant. FOR SALE ' BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND Do you want 120 acres adjoiuinK the new town of Bull River on the now Kootenay Cfutral R.R,',' It is fenced by the river on one side and i the railway on tho other. All bottom land and level, no rooks, splendid soil, easily cleared. Will make a splendid alfalfa, clover or Umol|by, field, lots of wild luoiiutain raifge adjoining. Pnrlios operating on this land can live in town. Only tho railway rlghtaway Inlorvenlng, Tlu! town of Bull River Is a new, clean, up-to-date and progro8slv.3 place, containing a largo lumber opur-ution. Price $10 por aero, tiuarter cash, balance easy terms. Purchaser can put on 50 or 100 head of cattle In Iho spring and make money f oni the start, � ' � , , �-. ��P.-'LUND," ..- WftBlorn Canada Lumber 'Co. Phone 516, Lotlibridge;. Allii, Ad. No, K GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge - Honrs: Day school, 9 a.m-4 p.m.. every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30, Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Srelling. Penmanship, Offlco Koutiiie, rcngllsli. Call or write for Information, 50-I'J DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Rocornt-ors. PaperhangerH and Painters; Knlsomlniiig, General Decorating and SlftTi Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest cstabllBhed Painters In Lotlibridge. Res. Phono 1472; omco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., I^eth-bridge, Alta. IBO-0 HAY. GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Food of all kinds. Carloads nr iesa. fntiulro for quotations when buying or Belling- Wo arc In touch with the best markets Storage space for rent "�"xcellent basement for perishable goods, l-fydo & Saunders. Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; I, the undersigned, hereby give no tlco tliat 1 have sold and usslgnod all my Intorost In tho "(!ommorclal Cafe" carrying on business ut No. 210 Fifth Street SouUi, Lethbridge, and will not liable for any doiita or liabilities of the said Cafe Incurred sub-BOtiuent to the 3rd day of February 191fi. No,*',  .lAAIES i'AX^FAa. � �THIS PAGE GOElS TO PRESS-AT 1 0'CI>OCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MXtST BE DELIVERliD iiV THIS HOUR TO ENSijIlE INSEItTJON THE. SAME DAY AS ORDEfJKD, W. A. HENDERSON � COY, Lethbridge : : : Medlcin* Hit Wltinlpey Chartered -lAceountent* �'x:ountancy In all Its brancboi; Audit. Secretarial, Ad-visory. SystematlzlPfc and Trust Work, Invee-il�atioug, Llquidatioua. Acadia Building, LethbrtOB* Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATHR80N, Chartured Accountant (sr,at) V. m  % 4ife;9AL o. .t?/' ' Stre.t south. * ' ORAYINQ, CJK ALL KINDS DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Office-C. p. R./Frolghc: ShfUfc-. PHONEBl' � ' fjV' Office............ lies ' stables ......p,.' 106^^, ;