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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 191G SPECIAL FEATURE TOMORROW AND THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PRESENTS THE FAMOUS ENGLISH ACTOR CYRIL MAUDE : IN A PICTURIZATION OF IBSEN'S GREAT DRAMA "PEER GYNT" In Five Acts TOfllGHT ONLY LIONEL kVfiiiVlviORE IN "THE STRANGE CONDUCT OF JUDGE LEQARDE" TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Pantap lEEE!^ Vaudeviile Madame Makerenko and her beautiful Oriental Girls THREE GREAT ACTS-THE BIGGEST HALF OF THE FOR THE SMALL ADMISSION SHOW OF "A DREAM OF THE FABER & WATERS THE CREIGHTONS ORIENT" J-iPeoplo-2 �J-I'cople-2 10 people. 11 Musical Spectacio Nifty Nonsense Jiigglins ami T\imblitiK TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY-S: 15-9:30: PICTURES START AT 7:15 SHARP. "THE YANKEE FROM THE WEST"-MUTUAL MASTER IBS ADS SITUATIONS VACANT Apply Loth-61-1 \V.\XTED-A porter. brldgoHotel.___ WAXTKD-A lady to work In Music store. Appiv Mason & Ulsch Ltd., rialmornl Blk.. .5tli St. S. 61-0 WANTIOT)-A giri for general housework, small family. Enquire 1234 �Itli Ave. S._�_59-(i WANTED-A girl or woman on farm -good home and good wages. Box 19, Herald. 61-8 WANTED-Man and wife lor farm work. Man must be able to milk. Apply bo.\ 10, Herald. 56-6 MPRESQJ Scpeaming Kaystone, TONIGHT ij Two Acts ' WANTED-First class coat makers; also vest and trouser makers. Apply Fred Thaell, 60S 3rd Ave. S. 58-6 �ONLY A MESSENGER BOY"-FEATURING FORD STERLING THIS IS A REAL KEYSTONE AND ALSO FIRST RUN: SERVANT WANTED-Good girl for all round housework. Apply 131.S 4th .\venue South. -3 WHAT THE Press Agent SAYS Birth of a Nation'' Great Production Many circumstances have conspired to make "The Birth of a Nation." showing at the .Majestic theatre, the moist widely discussed play in the world. Suggested by Thomas Dixon's southern novels. It embraces a far wider scope than "The Clansman" play. Mr. Griffith's new art covers 150 years of history and pictorializes the. greatest events of the war between the states as well as those of reconstruction: Lincoln, Lee and Grant: the early glories of the Confederacy: the devastation of Gen. Sherman's march to the soa; the awful siege of Petersburg; the signing of peace at Appomatto.K; the assassination of the president in Ford's theatre, and the succeeding orgy of hate and oppression of the south- these personages and incidents pass rapidly before the enthralled spectator and lead up to the terrific climaxes of Part II., which is devoted to what has been styled "the second struggle between the north and the south," a struggle caused by the attempt to impose carpet-bagger rule upon the conquered states. The wild adventures and achievements of the Ku-KIux Klan dominate the final scenes, which yield a happy ending of a double romance of southern and northern sweethearts. The Majestic theatre -was packed COMING Thiirs.-Fri.-S:i(. MARCH 2nd, -3rd, 4th. The Eternal City A PICTURIZATION OF HALL CAINE'S FAMOUS NOVEL IN EIGHT REELS MAJESIIC last night to witness this production and will vury again tonight. wonderful likely be POSITIVELY THE LAST TIME TONIGHT AT 8.30 1H| WANTED - Good capable servant, able to do plain cooking. Apply to , Mrs. S. Jackson. 313 12th St. 59-6 I WANTED-Experienced girl for [jen-eral house work on farm. Good wages. Apply Mrs. .1. P. Thorn, Coaldale, Alberta. Phone R 802. _____ WANTED-Trombone and alto players for the Lethbrldge Highlanders Band, .-ipply at the Recruiting Office. Third Ave. S. 61-0 Mr Wheat Wonted i for exhIlnHo!! pur-[ibscs. If you Iiav� it (m)miiiiiiiiciite Avilli % II. Mt'KEOWN lethbridge immigration hall PROFESSIONAL CARDS Massage FARMERS ! get your discs in shape for spring' work WE OAN SHARPEN THEM. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT N VEN BROS. 216 l8t Avenue South. LAND TO TRADE- Illinois town property to trade tor Albertn nuwter sections. Apply Box 46, Herald. 61-2 WANTED-A thoroughly experienced dry goods saleswoman: no other need apply. Call at 1319 1st Avenue North after T.IiO p.m. 60-- Prices, oOc, 75c, $1.C0 and $1.50 W.\NTED-At once, woman cook for small hotel dining room, plain cook-lug. State wages. Apply Box D, Coleman, Alta. 57-6 W.-\NTED-Steuni engineer having 8 years experience and holding final Alberta papers, wants work with either threshing or plowing. Address Box -'64, Great Falls, Mont. 58-12 WANTED-Teacher for the Grain-villc S. D. No. 2699: first class certificate preferred; forward references to C. E. Grittith, secretary-treasurer. Sundial. Alta. 00-G EXCHANGE-Vour Albertn land for property in the Spokane, Wash., conn-:ry. Woods Realty Co., Coeur d'Alene Idaho. 57:-6 SUPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mils K. M, Holmoa gmduftto of tho Pennsylvania Orth-opatfrtlft InBlittito, Medical Mnasago and Gysnnastlcs I Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapoutlo Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham-noolng Treatraenta given by ap-polntmant only. Room 1 Hull Blk. cMlROPRACTORS SM!TH-�. SIVii'tH-Hyrum Smith and June b. Smith-Chlroprnotlo spinal ndjuBtmouts will euro yovir chronic complaints. 0�U in and talk it over Office In re.H^dence, 903 7th Avo. S. Hours 10-^lS; 2-8; 7-9. Phonr 1677....... 43-25 private hosp'ital private hospital - Mm. Van HRarlc.iL's Private Hospital and Matt-mlly Homo. Spoclal rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Ph6rio 746. LAND FOB SALE-Choice Improved farms, U and % sections, at $ to 520.00 per acre, on crop payments, j N. B. Pent & Co. 10 Macdonald Blk.. Lethbrldge, Phone 570. ..58-6 PRIVATEvHOSPITAI__, M. and F. Phlllipa, graduate nurses. 704 ntli Ave. sonth. Phono- :n5. 4"-o MEDICAL DR. W. a. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accouoher^ Houra 2-3; 7-^8 p.m. Oflloo 914 Third Avenue. Phono 12B3, DR. TAYLOR-Riir. Eyfl. NoBO anfl Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Onioa hours 10-12; 2-5; evenlnits by appointment. Phonos: Ottlco 341, Ha-Bldonco 503. DR8. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE- SON-Otrloo, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Office 319; Resldonoo lono. Oftico houra: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.:i0; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D,-Ph.v-.slclan. Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 Ith Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; V to 8. Phono 47B. 60-0 DENTAL FOR SALE-160 acros four miles from Milk River, 100 acres broken, most of same in crop 1915, all fenced; house, barn, well, etc. For immediate sale, ill per acre. Casli required for :ranster,.Qnly $460.00, balance on. very sasy terms. A. M. Dowsley; for In-:ervlew. phone 1821.56-6 LAND WAiTt'ED We have buyers for a quarter and half section o� improved land at right price arid terms. Give us listing of your lands. M. P. Johnston fc Co., .Mberta block. � 60-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED- Situation by good all round hjitcher, good reforcnce.s. Apply Herald office. Box ;i4. 61-6 Panfages Bill The three big acts of Pantages  vaudeville drew big crowds at the Orpheum theatre last night, many being turned away for the second show. The Dream of the Orient was the hit of Uieevening. This is really a most wonderful sketch. The other acts are equally as good; the four reels of pictures shown are up to the mark. Those who have not seen this bill should do so. Hard Times for the Drinking Man It is a well-known tact that during such "nerv.e-racklng" times as the year 1914 high-class men lake liquor I as a stimulant or to "drown their trouibles."  It Is the "same old story" with every man who does this. His system demands more and more every day to overcome the effects of the po^on "stored up" In his system. The Neal Treatment taken at the Neal Institute 820 13th ave. west Calgary, phone W4525, will eliminate the poison, create a loathing for liquor and drugs and restore normal conditions In a few days. Free literature mailed In sealed envelope. 60er, 713 3rd Avo. South. Phono t 1 ill.. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plnyer-Plnno and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory axperionce. Honours CnrtlficateMT. Assn., London, Fngiiind. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 1253 6th Ave. A South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio. 1226 5th Avenue A __SmUh. Phone 1308._60-12 PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, instructor ill stringed and brass Instruments. Phone 1C77. 903 7th Ave. South, Lethbridgo, Alta. 35-0 ANNOUNCEMENT-Mr. H. McG. Young wishes to announce that on and after the Ist of March ho v ill ba piepared to teach Hand Culture, or Finger Technique, using Clavier, Tables, etc., combined with Now England Conservatory instruction books and pieces for primary pupils. A limited amount of teaching done at pupils' residences. Studio: Orpheum Theatre Block, Room 4; residence Y.M.G.A. 58-6 new. .,For quick sale ?45. was apply JIason & Riach Ltd., Balmor-j SHOE al block, 5th St. S. 61-0 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR SALE-Mission i>iiiiio. :?26S.OO- easy terms. Apply Mason .i Uiscli Ltd., Balmoral Block., 5tn St. South. ____________61-0 FOR SALE-of rent, 'partry^fin-iirKh-ed bungalow, brick, modern, on two lots, fenced, good garden, 215 15th St.  N. Reasonable to right party. Apply 1911 1st Ave. N. 61-6 REPAIRING-Phono 1717 tor your shoo repairs. Work dove promptly. Order.s called for and dellvored. Frank Miles, 511 4th Avenuo South. 52-Ij WANTED TO RENT TO RENT TO RENT- Comfortable bungalow ar.' fenced and have the following | centrally located, across from Vic DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P, R. Frelghc Sheds. PHONES: Office Stables 1163 1064 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses tor maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious dlscaseB) and charges according to the circumstances' of the patient. Poor patients carda for free ot charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For furtlier particulars ajfply to the Nursing Mission, 413 14th St. S. Phono 1233. (Miss) A.. .M-i-Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Qrad, Nurse fMIss) J.T, Mackenzie, Grad, Nurse Salberg Grain Go, ..SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIP-'  MENTS OF aiiAIN TO MOOSE JAW J buildings thereon: One. and a half lilort-y frame dwelling 12 by 15 feel; a frame granary 12 by 20 feet; one and a half storey barn 20 by 40 feet. TEPvMS; Tho purchaser is at tho I time ot sale to pay down a deposit i of fifteen per cent of the purchase I price to the Plalptiff or its solicitors, and the remainder of the purchase price to be paid to tho Clerk of this Honourable Court at the City of Lethbrldge with In ninety days without Interest; or at the option of tHe purchaser, fifteen per cent down by way of deposit as aforesaid, ten per cent in ninety days without interest and i the balance in two equal InRtallments I payable respecilvoly in oiie and two ' years from date of sale with Inter-! est at the rale of eight fSV.per cent per annum from datu of sal^. j I'lion payment of tiie .said deposit  of fifteen per cnril. the pukchaser is to have immediate possosftlon, and [ upon payment of the whole of tho purchase price shall bo ontlllcd to a Transfer or Vesting. Order.. In all other respects l.ho terms and conditions of sale shall be tho standing conditions of tho Supreme Court of Alberta. Furtlier purliaulars � will, bo made known on date ot sale and cap bo obtained upon application to the undersigned solicitors, Dated at Calgfiry, Alborta, thie 2.-)th day of Januar.v, A. D., 1916. f!larke, Carson, Macleod & Co., Solicitors for Plaintiff. Approved: L. F. Clarry. .No 1'. toria .Mansions; all modern conven ienoes Including gas range, window shades, electroliers. Apply to Pred W. Downer, Victoria Mansions office, or the C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Block. 59-0 TO RENT-Furalahed or unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Also new 6 roomed house, fully modern. Within two blocks of car line. Prices reasonable. Apoly 537 I'ith St. B North. Phone 767 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. . 60-6 LOST AND FOUND FOUND-A small parcel contalniitg gloves. Owner can have same by proving ownership and paying for ad. Apply !)25 10th St, South.  61^1 LOST-Last year, one light grey gelding, branded 5H over 5, on right hip, also one bay mare, branded JF (JolrJ-2d) on right shoulder. $10 reward oh returning to T. Nowlou, butcher, Har-dlevlllo, Alta. 56-6 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lethbrldge by the Herald Job Department, Phono 1262, WA.NTIvU-To rent a furnished house. Reply Hox 33 Herald. 60-6 BOARD AND ROOMS FOR SALE-S, C. W. Leghorn cockerels, standard bred and excoUeiu breeding type. Price ?1.50 each. Apply J. E. Clarke, 1609 9th Avenue S. l.yethbrId.go. (il-o TfiTpfi^iNOTICE oi' JUDICIAL nO.MlU AND RC'OM-Apply to .Mrs. Brook, 402 J2th St. North. 34-0 FOR SALE-36 h.p. double s Rumely plough engine; 44-64 Nick ols & Shepherd separator. Cook shack and bunk shack. Two 16 barrel water tanks, witii pumps and hose, one 3-yi Webber wagon. Apply box to. Herald. 57-^6 FOR SALE-Light dray, single or double, complete with polo and fills, has drop bottom suitable for piano moving, also full dray top. Will sell with or without bows and waterproof canves top. '.Might be used for camping or emigrating. Cash or terms. Apply^207 nth Ave. S.___61-6 FOR SALE"CHEAP~FOFi CASH-Am-erloan-Abel 32 horso compound plow engine, Uuinoly Separator, 40-64; Garr-Soott Separator 40-''-i with unw Garden City feeder on. Sot Coi;U-shu.tC, plows, 12 frame, II) bottoms, both "Stubble and breaker. Stewari, loader; bunk car and cook car fully equipped; also two Water tanks with wagons, pumps and hose. Address Box 48, Herald Office.___56-6 FOR 'SALE-S, C. WhUo'Leghorns; yearling hens or pullets, from trap nested laying slock, $8 half dozon, $15 dozen. Also grand utility White Ply-molith Rock pullots, S2 each; second prize cockerel, l.*llibrldBe oxhlbllloii, .$8. Can mate sevorai puns in each variety with unrelatod males. March or April delivery. Eggs: Logliorns $1; Rocks $2. Fred Senior, West Lethbrldge. _ 60-6 FOir SALlO-^Alhilfa, timothy, mlxmi hay, bluejolnt and straw ready lor prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products, Limited, 204 SheriocU Bldg. Phono 777. Resldonco Pboiiu 3Gd, ^-0 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbrldge - Hours: Day school. 9 a.m--4 p.m., every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evenings, � 7.30 to 9,30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriling. Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine. English, Call or write for information. 50-12 DECORATING SALE Pursuant to the Order of the C!ourt made In ii certain Action In the Supremo Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Calgary. THE BEAVER MINES HOTEL und ijromlsos sUiiale on Lots 1, 2, 3, uiid 4, ill Ulock M, according to u plan of the Townsllo of Beaver .Minos ot record In the Land Titlos Office for tho South Alberta Land Registration District as No. 7S50 A. L. is horoby offered for sale BY SEALED TENDER All tonuers must bo scaled and lod,god with tho Clerk of the Supreme Court at the Court House, Calgary, Alborta, on or before the lUlh day of March, 1916. The property consists ot four lots with a two storey frame hotel building, containing 2."i bod rooms, dining room, rotunda, offico, bur, kitchen, pantries, bath rooms, etc., and full concroto basement, steam heatrtd and wired for electric light, building cost in tho neighborhood of $10,000.00. Tho highest tender or any will not nocesBarliy be accepted. A marked cheque for 10 per cent, of the offer must accompany each lender und tho linlunce will li� payable on acceptance. Dated at tho City of (,!algary, Alborta, this nth day of February. A. P., 1916. (Signed) Luuronco J. Clarke, Clerk of the Court, Apyoved: tJharlOB A. Stuart, ' J. S. C. No. E. WELLINCiTON BROS.-The Decorators. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. ICstlmates given. Tho oldest established Painters In Lethbrldge. Res. Phono 1472; offlce phono 1752. Sherlock BJdg., Lethbrldge, Alta. 150-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ol all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or selling- Wo are In touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. �Excellent baf^ement for p�i1shab]� goods. Hyde ft Saunders. Phono 1244. P. 0. Box 112. 167-0 W, A. HENnERSON A OOV. Lsthbrldg* : : ; Medioln* Hat WInnlptg Chartered Accountanta A'xouutancy in all Its branchaa: AudU. Secretarial, Ad-vlsory. Systematizing and Trust Work, Inve*. Illations, Liquidations. Acadia Building, Lethbrloos Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSDN, Charturad Accountant (Bcotj (^co. K. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Motar ContracLorti � PHONE 1057 P. 0, BOX 534 Olfico: Roar Stafford' Block, ;