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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUART? 24, 1916 i III MPRFSO Last Chapter of "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" A?JIJL A\Lll^^^-HiBere ends the great picturized Romantic Novel, for the preterit. What may the sequel portend? What ^ become* of Esther's baby? Who next gets "the Diamond from the Sky?" $10,000 has been offered for the Last Time . ^ TONIGHT KJ best suggestion. Incidentally It should be known that Blair has escaped from the English authorities, and that somewhere he and Vivian are hidden waitlngto strike-at whom?-See this chapter tonight. TONIGHT, Prices only 10c and 15c. �^^^ THAT INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS CHARACTER AOTOR - *^ll)aFt Chevalier in 'My Ofci Dutth' SUPPORTED BY FLORENCE TURNER-IN FIVE REELS " ' AD WE GET THE VERY best MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 OUR SHOWS ARE clean 1 FRIDAY AM) SAITKDAV WITH SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICED V-A-U-D-E-V-I-LL-E . . GOOD ACTS - -REELS MOVING PICTURES 4 soo 4 POPULAR PRICES WITH GOOD SEATS AT--- I.a.st Tiiuc Toniaht ALL SEATS MAY BE RESERVED NOW AT HEDLEYS. WHAT THE Press Agent ; SAYS Majestic Vaudeville STREET CARS ARE EARNING IR INEY 5 Acts ,-IN- 5 Acts 99 ACSO cHARCiiE CHAf*Ll'N .- \. .JCAjil^oNS - � THE BRlGANti'S DAUGHTER ALSO PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES COMING Maieh 2-3-4 HArt-L CAINE'S IMMORTAL DRAMA The Eternal 8-REELS-8 With the new street car schedule running smoothly, it will be interest- = inp; to watch the eftcct on revenue un- SITUATIONS VACANT NVANTED - An experienced florist. -Apply Terrlil Kloral Co. 63-0 WANTED-A lady to worlt In .Music store. Apply Mason &, lllBch Ltd., Balmoral Blk., f.tU St. S. Gl-0 WANTKD-A smart bOy Between the agos of 15 and 18. Apply TerrlU yioral Co. 83-0 IWANtEtj-A glri tor general hquBe-'-tv-ork, small family. KuquiJ-e 1234. 4tU ; Ave. 3. ; ^^__v Jjft-B WANTED-A girl,or woman on farm -good liomt and good wagas. -Box IV' Herald. J ___� �' �61-6 "WAXfED-A boy Hbonl II to .Work lonfanu. Apply to A. H. I>ft\T,',Dia-1 raond City. . ,G2-6 WANTED-First class coat tnokera; also vest and trouser makers., Apply Kred Thaell. 60S 3rd Ave. S. , 58-6 WANTED - Good capable 'Servant, I able to do plain cooking. Ai)ply to :Mrs. 3. Jackson, 313 12th St. 59-6 W.\NTED-Trombone and alto players for tho Lethbridge Highlanders Band. Apply at the Recruiting Office, Third Ave. S. 61-0 WANTED-Experienced farm hands, and several girls for housework on farms. Apply J. Harris & Co. P. O. Box 531, Phone 1412 , 62-0 WANTED-Steam engineer having 8 years experience and holding flnaj Alberta papers, wants work with either threshing or plowing. Address Box :;64. Great Falls, Mont. 58-12 W.VNTED-Teaclier for the Grain i ville S. D. No. 2699; first featuring the special children's matinee which will be given on Saturday afternoon at 2.30. Night shows will run from 7.30 to 11 o'clock. in Feb. 18, the cars showed the toUoviing returns : 1916 ' 1915 Revenue ...............$1,155.93 $829.23' Expense ......... 846.30 788.80 CALGARY RIOTERS EYFINE Calgari-. - Feb.' '34.-Magistrate Dav- WANTED-.Men and women to learn barbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. In formation, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 81.' Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeks qualifies ; tools free ; wages while learning ; positions guaranteed ; illustratRd catalogue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary. 37-0 Surplus 309.63 $ 60.43 WANTED-Principal tor the Blair ., , . . u .,.,^, r, wore School District No. 628. Apply idson this morning ound Privates D ,, ^,^^1 instance to -the Secretary, .1. McDonald ^te^'T_s^n.;-^^;,l\y, Blairmoro School District No. 628! Winter Wheat Wanted V lor exhibition pur-*poses. If you hiivc it euiiiiiiunicatc with ; A. H. McKKOWN LETHaRIDQE IMMIGRATION HALL PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAND MASSAGE UfVND FOR SALE-Choice Improved farms, Ki and Ms Hootlous. at $10.00 to $20.00 per acre, on crop payments. N. B. Peat & Co. 10 Macdonald Blk.. Lethbridge, Phono 570. ..68-6 f FOP. SALE)-Two large farms on crop payment, with small cash payment down. 160 acres, close to town, $10 per acre, the last one at that price. Send in your listings. Improved garden tracts less than cost. Want listings of small farms on crop payment, ami trades. T. M. Huff, Alberta Blk., LPthbridge, Alberta. 02-0 SLIPERPUOOS" HAIR REMOVED- SHAMPOOING-MU� K. M, Holmes graduato of the Pennsylvania Orth-opaeillo Institute, Medical Maasngo and Oymnaallcs (Swedish), Electrl-oal VHjratpry and Thempoutlo Light ^teiitnients, raieotrolysia and Slinm-pboing TreatmenlB given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull Qlk. MEDICAL .CHIR0PRAST0R8 8M!TH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and Juno B. Smith-Chlroprnctlo spinal adjustments will cure your chronic complaints. Call in and talk it over. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours 10-la; 2-5; 7-9. Phonp 1677. 4,1-26 LAND WANTED We have buyers for a ciuarter and half section of improved land at right price and terms. OIvo us listing of your lands. .M. P. .lohnston & Co., Albeita block. ) 00-6 BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROOM-Apply Mrs. Jones, 308 7th Ave. A. South. Phone 1390. 63-r. BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th St. North. 34-0 ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, one block south of central scliool; breakfast if desired; 623 Sth Street South. 63-Ox MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SNAP IN LOTS-Two fine building lota, near school. Duff. $140 each; $10 or $15 month till paid. A. .M. Dowsley, Box 173, city. 62-6 FOR SALE-22 high power rifle. Savage make, a snap. Apply at Herald office. 59-C FOR SALE-A number of pure bred single comb R. 1. Red Cockerels. Ap-ply 1324 4th Ave. N., phone 476. 54-0 FOR SALE-Good home grovm, well ripened government tested timothy seed for sale $10.50 per 100 pounds. Less than 100 pounds, 25c extra. J no. .McD. Davidson, Coaldale, Alta. 62-26 b'OK BALE-Bronze turkeys, 7 hens and 3 Toms. Price, hens, $2.50; Toms $3.00. Apply J. W. Yates, Aden Alberta. 61-R PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South, Phono 748. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-Phyelclm, Surgeon, Accouoher, Honrs a-SJ; 7-8 p.m. Oftloo 014 Third Avonttfc Phone 1253. DR, TAYLOR-Bar, Bye, Nose anfl Throat; 116 Shoriook BMg. Offloo bourn 10-12; 2-6; ovenlnai by ap roomed house, fully that ha.s already elapsed since the modern, starting of the war, the cnormou.s ""6. numbers of people engaged in the same, ilie way in which hostilities have spread in over-wiuening circles,, fo ' TO RENT Within two blocks of car Prices reasonable. Apoly 537 12tli St. B North. Phone 767 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. ' 60-6 FOR SALE-36 h.p. double simple Rumely plough engine; 44-64 Nick-ols a. Shepherd separator. Cook shack and bunk shack. Two IG barrel water tanks, with pumps and hose, one 3% Webber wagon. Apply box 40, Herald. 63-6 AUCTIONEER W. L. WIL.qON. Licensed Auetforear. All kinds of sales conducted. Termi reasonable. . Prompt setilements Job lots of stocks ot marcnandino piirchaaed. I will also buy the en tire contents of fumishod houses Head ofDce at the Wilson FiimltcTs Co.. 416 I.'Jth dt, Moitn LollihridsD Prone 1023. OR. M. J, GIBSON-Dentist, grafluftto ot Royal Collopo ot Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Cortlficato. Office: Rooms 6 and 6. Bryan Block. Phono 1071, DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Qred. uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phoas 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. 170--S. C. White Leghorns; yearling hens or pullets, from trap nested laying stock, $8 halt dozen, $15 dozen. Also grand utility White PI.V-mouth Hock pullets, $2 each; second prize cockerel, lethbridge exhibition, .?8. Can mate several pens in each variety with unrelated males. March or April delivery. Rggs: Leghorns $1; Rocks $2. Fred Senior, West Lethbridge. 60-6 G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, En.^land. Reference to tho leadlii; musicians of the city. Phone IICS. 1253 6th Ave. A South. MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is openinR a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr. II. G. 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 Ave. S. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Ber ginners and advanced pupils ac- . ceptcd. Studio. 1226 5th Avenue A South. Phone 130S. 60-13 PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, instnic-(or In stringed and hrr.sa Instruments. Phone 1677. 903 7th Ave. South, LethbridKo. Alta. 35-0. ANNOUNCEMENT-Mr. H. M C G. Young wishes to announce that on and after tho Ist of March ho v ill; bs piopared to teai'.;i Hand Culture, or Finger Technique, using Clavr ier. Tables, etc.. combined with New England Conservatory instruction hooks and pieces for primary pupils. A limited amount ot teanhin;; done at pupils' residences. Studio: Or-pheum Theatre Block, Rooni 4; residence Y.M.C.A. 58-0 PLUMBER M. WOLF-Sheet metal worker and Piumber, 713 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1715. , 5-2-26 bring forciblv to our attention thc| SITUATIONS WANTED fact of tliis being unique in the l,is-^y^j^,j.go_ g, , -y o wars, and should cause us to ^^^^^^ y>yiicher. good references. Ap-litate .seriously on the best^ ways Bov 34. fit-fi all tory ineditate .senousiy on tat; o�>. wiij=, , j.^g ,j ,, g in which we can a.ssist in bnngmg '/; ^,,;j,^-fitt-r;-z--r- Ihe war to a successful conclusion. i WANTED--Sltuatlon by good cook �'.Since our last session the people ^"jl liousekeeper, App'y Box 42 Her- ui Alberta have, under the provisions aid ottice._r,o-^F, of the Direct l,egislation Act, pass- WANTED--Situation by traction en-cd bv a largo majority a bill for the ginueer, holding first class papers, 10 A. W. Mc- 63-6 prohibition of the liquor traffic with- years' experience. Apply in the boundaries of Alberta. This Keage, Aldersyde, Alta._____ bill will lie presanted to you for . WANTEID-Contract tor""pIowlrig with vinir Cdiisidtration. |steam outfit. Breaking sod or stub- "Kor many ye;,rs there has been a ble plowing. Guarantee good work, growinfr feeling that the e'uality of Apply Dlonno & Campbell, Lethbridge the st;xes should be nccogiilzed, and Alberta. 60-8 that the women, who, perhaps in FOR SALE-Alfalfa, timothy, mixed hay, bluejoint tind straw ready for pronliHr shipment. All hay inspected on fttrmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades.- Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phono 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-On February 23r(i, a lady's hand bag, containing a sum of money. Finder please retuni fo 521 5th St. South, and receive reward. 63-2 LOST-Quantity of music by battery boy btjforo loavliig for the front. Will finder please return to Mrs. William Morris, 622 10th St. S., or phono in-lonnatloii to 381. (i2-xx special degree in a new country, have a ded in the development put up with tlie hardships and assisted in the. prosiKiVily, sliould have the right to take an equal part in the govemnieiil of the country. .My government has coii.;ideied this 'question,' and: lias decided that so far as the legislature has power, this onuality should in .�Vibctia be lixed by l^w, a'nflthal for llie future tliere sbouW; be :iib distinction of sexes iii'gur pfpVinoe. 'A small nunifier of other public and private hills''wiH he;'lnt,toduced at tliis session, which 1 commend to yuur serious consideration. ; '"I'he public accbitiits'for tlie" la,st fiscal year will be laid before you, ns well as the estimates for the amountB required for exoenditure during the coming year, all ..preparwj with , due regard to economv'and tho reijiiire-nicnts ot the public service. "Gentlemen of the Legislative Assembly '� 1 now le4vc vou to the business tif the ssaslori, haying full couli-(li'nce that voi!r deliberations will he I dlvinolv �uided to tlie best interests i I and welfare of the province." I WANTED TO RENT WANTED-To rent a furnished house. Reply Box 33 Herald. 60-0 RUBBER STAMPS JIado In Lethbridge by the Herald Job Department Phone 1262. THE NURSING MISSION PrpvIdoB visiting nurses tor maternity,,an^ a" medical and , surgical cases' I except contagious  diseases) and charges according to the clr-cuifiplnnoes ot the patient Poor patients civred tor free of charge.-Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For turthp.r particulars apply to tho Nursing Mission, 413 14th St, S. Phond,1233. (Miss) A, M. Tllley, .Supervisor. (MIsb) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse rMls8)'J,T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurac SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders culled for and delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4tli Avenue Soutli. 52-0 FARMERS ! GET YOUR DISCS IN SHAPE FOR SPRING WORK WE OAN SHARPEN THEM. OUR PRICES /\RE RIGHT niven^ros. 216 1st Avenue South. DRAYING . Of All Kinds Western .Tiansfer Co. .vi,;;;';'';::X^ij^it(^(l.; �.- ^i|cS^; , Freight ;;ShBtifc;.'- Salberg Grain Co. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIPMENTS OE GKAIN TO MOOSE JAW GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St South, Lethbridge - Hours; Day school. 9 a.m-4 p.m., ijvory school day. Night school; Monday and Tiiursday ' evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects; Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spnlilng, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for information. .50-12 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators. Paperhangers ond Palnteri; KalsomlniiiK, Geueral Decorating snd SlCT Writing. Estimate* given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono J472; oltlca phone 1752. Shariock Bldg.. Lethbridge. Alta. 160-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ol all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire (or quotatloos when buying or sell-tng- Wo are In touch with the best morkats. Storage space tor rant �'xcellent baaemcnt for peilshabla goods. Hydo & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. 0. Box 112. 187-0 ahdllieHisfer COAL D. 108 Fifth etre�t aputh. � ORAYING OF ALL KINOS W. A. HENDERSON A COY, Lethbridge ; : : MedlcInt Hat Wlnnlpcfl Chartered Xcceuntanta t'xoHMaacy In all Its branchea: Audit, Beoretarial. Atj.' viaory. SystamatUItnj, and Tniat Wont. Invea. tleatlonit, Llqutdacloiia, Acadia Bulldlns. 'LethbrlQg* ,,iRBal;;'-] ^^^^^ Oco.'K;'Dixoir'^t3d/ FURNACE, W,6FvkS Shoot' Metal: C'otitractora ,.' PHONE m? 0..'BOX-.634 OfHco: Roar ;Stttfl:ord Block,, ;