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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO t tt E L E T H n n I D GE IbTA t^L Y, ]� E It % L 0' ..... � I'I.....-i-i--^-J---�yi.iv.-,^-^tmaiaj�Li-^ imonday, february 28, 19liEl TONIGHT ONLY LOU TELLEGEN rkkls 5 IN aEKl.a r, 'THE EXPLORER' ALSO DOUBLE WAR WEEKLY tUES.-WED. Marie Ooro The White Pearl COMING THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY *^The Eternal City" ^'^I EIGHT REELS-HALL CAINE'S IMMORTAL DRAMA situations vacant WANTKD - Au oxpiMiencort florist. Apply Terrfllli'lorat Co. 63-0 WANTliJIV-Gocil gdheral servnut.- Ap-l)l.v No. 4 Stratlicomi Court.___Rfi-^ WANTKIJ-A lody'lo work �� Music store. Apply MnBou & Hlaoh Iitd., Hnlmornl Hlk., Sth St. S. ' Bl-0 EMPRESC-The Price of Her Silence TONIGHT ij FEATURING FLORENCE LA BADIE A Human Drama of Sentiment, and Adventure. Four great Acts. This picture was advertised in error to be shown at the Orpheum. ARPHEUM U TONIGHT iTI PANTAGES UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE EVERY Al.,T A FEATURE The Only St�.idard Vaudeville Played in the City , HIRSCHOFPS Kii.ssiaii Gyp.sies IN "A Night with ,the Gypsle.":"* Nan Gray THE SCOTCH LASSIE Williams & vciankin Cornetists Extraordinary WHAT the Press Agent SAYS NOTICE Pantages Bill A feature of the Pantages bill at LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Extracts from the Rules WAN'TBD-Capable "uialil oi' woman to work hy day. ' Apply, nioriiliisH to 1111 nth Ave. South. , __jH!-3 WANTliD-A girl, or woman on f,arm -good home and good wages. Box 9. Herald. �I-G \S*ANTKD-A boy-abgllt l-l to work on fiinn. a. Hj: Davy, Diamond City.__(i2-8 S KU\'ANT WA^rtijU "-^-Tconipotent gifl for houBuwork, with small family. Apply 1 SIS 4th Ave. S. city. lifi-O relating to Private Bills f'i:5-,TJ'''"''. The Rials SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT Owing to illness. Lord Robert will not appear tonight. ; Special note: The first instalment of "Graft" will be shown tonight. This play was written by 18 authors. Only one show a night. �pictures 7.30; vaudeville 8.45 Admission, 50c, Everybody. North American Act. lSi!7," vilietlier for the erection of n bridge, !ie raaUing of a railroad, traiuway. iirnpike. road, telegraph or telephone :;o. the construction or improve-  a- of harbor, canal, lock. dam. ".2. All applications for I'rivnte �.ills, properly the subject of legisla->:i bv the Legislative Assembly of the Orphevim is Hirschoff's Russian j Mberta. within Uie purview of "The Gypsies iu a singing and dancing j novelty entitled "A .Night With the j Gypsies." introducins some novel j dancing specialties. I The Rials are a pair of jugglers who j have had a few new ones to present.; and their act has proven a hit where- i ever they have appeared. j Nan Gray, the Scotch lassie, will entertain with her singing and dancing from the land of the heather. Williams and Rankin are world known as remarkable cornetists. , New motion pictures and some selections by the -orchestra will complete a program that has all tlie earmarks of a winner. Owing to Illness Little Lord Roii-erts will not appear tonight. This is �indeed a disappointment to the uian-agemenl. Special note-The first inatullmenl of the great, serial. Graft." will be shown tonight. Eighteen of the greatest authors wrote this play, it^s the best shown for some tim>" at the Or-phe\ini. WANTED-First thoroughly capable saleswoman for dry goods. Apply personally to Clarke & Co. ________fifi-^ WANTED-Trombone nnd altO players for the Lethbridge Highlanders I?and. Apply at the liecruittng Of-__61-0 WANTKD-K.Kperienceii farm hands, and several girls for housework on farms. Apply J. Harris & Co. P. O. Ho\ ;->:U, Phone 1412 Ci;-0 -MAID WANTED--Must be good plain cook and accustomed to answering telephone. Apply at the Ntirsing Mission. 04-0 W'ANTKD-General servant for ranch -good wages. Musi be clean; no clilldren. Mrs. .M. Stewart, Phono RiU)2, Pearce, Alta. (io-t! , wXNW;i>^'FlT8t cTa s s"~ il ressni a k e r; slide or other like work; the grant-1one capable of making alterations. Apply personally to Clarke & Co. 66-0 BY THE BOYS OF THE 113th and  TABLEAUX from HIAWATHA ^^^esley hall March 3rd, at 8.15 o'clock TICKETS 25c 10% to Red Cross Under the Auspices of Wesley Epworth League At the Enii)i'ess �The Price of Her Silence^ will lie the feature at the Empress theatre tonight. The younger sister, a strong willed girl, is in" love with the family chauffeur. To break the infatuation, the father sends her to Eurojie lo school. Before sailing, however, she Informs I the chauffeur, who- resigns his position and books passage on the same ship. In mid-ocean the ship is sent to the bottom during a terrific storm. iiig of a right of fen-y; the incorpor ation of any particular Irndo, or call ing, or of any joint stock company, oriW.\NTEl)-a married man who otherwise lor granting to anv Individ- l^nows city and can handle horses, to na, or individuals, any excmslve or- "^l^^:; ^ -^.^ vecullar rights or privileges whatever 79^'. tJG_0 or for doing any matter or tl>lns; W^i^'f ED=StFam'7.iiglneerhir^ which in its! oiierntlcu would affect 'years e.tpericnce and holding final Al-thp rights of property of other parties 1 berta papers, wants work with either or relate to any particular class of '.he comiTiiuilty. or for making any amendment of a like n.iture to any former Act. shall require a notice clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and object of the application threshing or plowing. KA, Great Falls, .Mont. Address Hex 58-12 \\".\NTED-.Man and wife for work on a farm, or would take girl for housework and single man for. work; on .farm. Apply E. H. Duell, New Day- and where the application refers to 1 ton. , t;4_t; any proposed v/ork, indicating gener ' ally the location of the work, anc* signed by or on behalf of the appli- WANTED - fmineiUately'. assistant jteward for the Vfclorla Mhnslons; cants such notice to be Dubn.rd" I "'"^t be well recommended. Apply ruHng two mSniLs b �tw�n7h'''do� j f^-""^^ ^'^^^\^rf\ Of the next preceding Session and the ""f'""f T b^t^eetl 9 and time of the consideration of the pet-1 i^�-�'LV^l^^cjock.__^ _C1L-0 ition, in four issues of The Alberta 1 WANTEI>--Men and women to learn Gazette, and of one other newspaper, { barberlng. 'Wages whi!e learning; published in English; and within two weeks from the first appearance of! tools free. Situation guaranteed.. Information, book of instructions mall- such notice in The Alberta Gazette, i^d free. Calgary Barber College, 81,' two copies of the said Bill, with a re-H^entre St.. near C.P.r. depot. 3S-0 ceipr. from the Pro-s-incial Treasurer j WANTKD-Men ^nd' women to learn At Starland For the last time tonight The E.x-plorer^' will be the feature at Star-land. The large crowd who witnessed this Paramount masterpiece on Saturday pronounced it one 01 the finest productions ever shown. a double war weekly will also be shown. For Wednesday and Thursday another Paramount feature. "The White ! Pearl.' featuring the inimitable, diminutive actress. Marie Dore, will be shown. This is a .Japanese play which gives ; .Miss Dore wonderful I scope for her unexcelled histrionic ' ability. At the Majestic in aid OF + barber trade ; eight wceVs tjualities ; tools free ; wages while learninp; ; po-.sitions guaranteed : illustratH catalogue and particulars free. Mo'.er Barber College. KOla Centre St., Cnl- garv._____ 37-0 WANTED-Principkf for " the Blalr-more School District No. 028. Apply in first instance to the Secretary, Blairraore School litslrict No. 628, stating full particulars and tiuallflcn-tion.s and minimunr salary required; whether qualified in Cadet ilrill, etc. 62-0 situations wanted Four splendid acts constitute the vaudeville offering this week at the Majestic theatre. There are really . two headliners beside two excellent ^ I team acts, one of them an excei)tlon ally clever feature. Wayne and Marshall, a clean pair of dancers and singers, offer a novelty dancing and song act. Donlta, the i second act on the bill, is a big feature ' from the Orpheum. Pantages and I^a- ; cific Coast circuits. Seymour and j Uupree have the exceptional team i act. Seymour is deligUtfnl witli his 1 Chinese character and his Jumps are : out of the ordinaiy. It can only he j said against the "Foulisii KcHov.-s," | ' that there is a lack of ensemble singing. This is really one of the line acts that have visited Lethbridge. WANTED- Situatiou by good all round butcher, good references. Apply Herald office. Box a4. f.l-B WAiVTED-Work on farm bjt boy of 15; experienced In farm work. Apply r. Gustin, Coalhurst, Alta. 06-1 Tuesday, Feb. 20th S.O.E. hall, 8 p.nj. UNDER AUSPICES OF THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND. Tickets ..... 2oc. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS rM'UST BE DifJLIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. I Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEAHS TO PAY it you wish. The- land will auppon you and pay for itself. An Immense area of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale a\.lnw prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to or farm lands with ample rainfall-irrigated lanes from sa.'i. Terms- One-twentieth down, balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts loan for farm buildings, etc.. up to $2,000, also repayable In twenty years -Interest only i; per cent. Here Is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings by setting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, Desk 26. Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta, Ad. No O WILSON & SKEITH Local Agents Sherlock Building Lethbridge for the sum of one hundred dollars. If the said Bill does not exceed ten pages and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose of this Rule 4i\0 words shall be held to constitute a page and also in the case of a Bill incorporating a company, a receipt from the Registrar of .loint Stock Companies for such sum as would be payable by the applicant or applicants for the iiicorporatiou of a company with a -similar eapitallzation to the capitalisation of the company sought to be incorporated by such Bill, shall be placed iby the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to gel the said Bill pritited, forthwith. Copies of the nev/spapers containing the first and last insertion of such notice snail be sent by the parties, Inserting such notice to the Clerk of the House, to be filed amongst the records of the Committee on Standing Orders. Table of Fees to be paid to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 i WANTEiD-Contract (See Cap. 'M. 191S, Second Sessioni i?^eam_ out/it. Breaking I>'or registration of a compsuiy whose nominal capital doe.s not exceed $20,000...........jr.U.OO V'or registration of a company whose nominal capital ex-leeds ^.lO.OOo. Hie above fee of ir,i)M with the following additional ffes regulated according to the amount of capital, that is to say: For every $.",.000 or pan of $r,,-OOO after the firsi ?20,000 up 10 ?1UO,UOO For every Slu,000 or part of $10,000 after the first $100,-iiKO up lo $,",00,000 ........... $3.00 For every $100,00 or part of $1011,000 liu.rearier ..........$20 00 JOHN R. COWElvL ' Clerk of the Le.glslatlve Assembly Ad. No. P WANTED-Situation by traction en-glnueer, holding first class papers, 10 years' experience. Apply A. W. Mc-Keage, Aldersyde, Alta. 0:i-li Winter Melit Waiited ' lor exhibition pur-|) If you liave it coihnnuiicatc with A. JI. atcKEOWN LETHBRIDGE IMMIGRATION HALL LAND SUPERFLOUa HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�� K. M, Holmot graduAtc 6f. Ute Pennsylvtinia OrtU-ortactMo inBtltiito, Jledlcnl Massnge and Oyjnnhstlce iswortlfihV. Blbctrl-ral Vlbratoi-y tind Thoi^pcutlo Light Trentinonts. Rleotrblysls and Sham-PooInK Treatments given by appointment only. � Room l Hull 3)U. TO RENT-section irrigated land, 110 acres In hay. some Hummerfal-low, rest in stubble. Good house and buildings. Intpilro T'howe irifiO or at 1221 5th Ave. S. 6,"i-6 LAND FOR SAl,l';-Cholco improved farms, U "ud sections, at $10.00 to $20.00 per acre, on crop payments, N. B. Peat & Co. iO Jlacdonnld Bik.. Lethbridge, Phone STfK_____IH-fi FOR SALE-Near Barons. Alta., Sec. ;i;i-12-22, west 4lh. payment down, thereafter annual crop payments. For Information write M. E. Yost. Hiawatha, Kansas. lio-0 TO RENT-We are open to receive offers for cash rental of the whole or one half of Set 23-U-21 west of 4th .Mer., about 6 miles from town, all irrigated and now in hay. Gonybeare. Church, McArthur and Davidson. 66^ TO RENT-Six miles from Burdett and eight miles frorti Bow Island, one and a half sections of land, with about 260 acres summer fallowed, now ready for crop. Good building and good water. Any one desiring to rent address W. J. .Warroy, Burdett. 6(1-(! FOR SALE-Two large farms on crop payment, with small cash payment down. ItiO 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, and trades. T. M. Huff, Alberta Blk., Lethbridge, Alberta. 62-0 miscellaneous for sale for sale:-Laying chickens one dollar each. Apply 913 6th St. S. d.'.-G FOR RALE-Three roomed shack on one lot, clear title. Apply 161". 1st Ave. N. 65-6 CHIROPRACTORS SM:TH & SMITH-Hyrom Sml�.h anti June B. Smith-Chiropractic spinal ndjustmeuts will ciro your chronic complaints. Cill in and talk It o^er Office In reaVdonco, 903 7tl>. A.vo. S VTours 10-12: 2-5; 7-9. Phonf 1077. 43-2r. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HRarleni'o Private Hospital and Mftternltv Homo. Special rates given on arpllcntlon. 1224 7tb Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Af. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 0th Ave. SouUi. Phone I'lS. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVl (The Herb-al Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Jlrs. o. Thomas. 019 . 10th Street,South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Speelnllsta In French Dry Cleaning; gxiaranteed to turn out every pleco of work at Its best. �'r. ^.'i^.inoBt scientific methods applied without Injury to garments Our work is sure to please voiV Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Sixth Street South. FOR SALE-Three room shack on two lots. Apply Owner. 'i22 12th St. a. _ 65-0 FOR ^ALE-Laylng"'heiis'and'piillet8'. Also setting hens and new laid eggs. 730 loth Stxeet South. _ 66-0 f6r "glALE-fee' in car lots' taken from Crow's .Nost lake. Miller & .Mc-i Cbl, Crow's Nest. B. C. ' 64-5 ' OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS-Furs ro-mndo and clcpped; suits raado to order; best '�worki Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. FOR SALE>-Good '> octave organ for l^iilck sale, $25. Mason and Rlsydi, Ltd., Balmoral black, .^dh Street S. �^ . 06-0 T,iH SALE-Bron/e turkeys, 7 hens arid 3 Toms. Price, hens. $2.ri0; Toms $3.00." Apply .1. W. Yates. Aden ^llierttt.- 61-6 ^AP IN LOTS--^T^Jfnie~bSMini AUCTIONEER W L. WILSON,'"Licensed Auctioneer All Vfnds ot s&Ies conducted. Terras resaoauble. . Prompt settlements Job'lots of stocks ot Dierchandins purchased. I will also buy the entire j contents or..furnished houses Head qmee at the "v^llsou Fiimlture Co.;v4l� L-Jtti.rfU Hortn Lathbrldgb. Prone, 1023. , DR. W, 3. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon. Aocouchor, Hours 2-3: 7-8 p.m. Ottioo 914 Third Avenue,-Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose and Tfcroat; 115 Shorlook BIdg. Offico .hours 10-12; 2--5; ovonlnns by ftp; polntment. Phonos;.Oftloo 341, He-, DR8, CONNOR, McNALLV �. JAMIE-' SON-Office, 10!) Sherlock Block.' , Telephones; Office 310; Uesldenoa lono. Offico hours: 11 to 12 aim.;  ].30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A, M.D.-Physician, Surgeon, Acconchar. 1324 , 4ili Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 lo S. Phone 470. 60-0 DENTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist. Kraduato of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Cortldcate. Office: Rooms B and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. l. T. allen-Dentist fBUCccssor to Urs. Courtlce H. Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 nnd 9, Macdonald Block, Pbona 1105, Lethbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARKS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure Hours: 9 to 5; Office, Hlg-Inbotham Block. � Phono 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member ot Royal College ot Surgeons. ( Llccntlato Royal CoIIoge of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-5 Office^ 6-8 Hlg-inbothum Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING j T. S. FETTERI.Y-Lending Funeral Director and Embnimer; also agent for the Soniorvllle Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Offico oppo site Court House. Phono 501. Residence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day and night S. Y. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue fionth, Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing arid � Theory under the direction of Mr; ,H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates pre: pared tor the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Sal- , mon. 1259 5th Ave. S. Dowsley, Box 173, city. Ipts, nea'r school,"-Duff. $T4u each;____ ^10 or $15 mWth .t!Ii> paid. A. M.JfraNK WAdDlNGTON-If' you are ' ' contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household gooda and effects, rcnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-bridtre. who will give .vou expert Ger%-lce on reasonable terms. Twenty, years' experience. 206-0 FOR SALE- Organ, guaninteed In j first class condition. Will sell cheap [ if taken at once. Call or write at once. 1259 5th Ave. S.__O.'.-6 FOR SALE-One mahogany piano iu good condition, $240 for tiulck sale. Easy terms. .Ma.6-0 FOIt SAliE-Good libuie t-A sanond hand 32 or 4(| h.p. lloevos plo-iving engine. Alberta boiler; muB( , he In good condition. Stale roelstor number and price to 0. Mulohou Sons, Slavely, Alta. Box 67. 49-20 to rent LOST :0R STKAYED-1 bl'ack gelding, 1 bay uiare, I brown gelding, 1 hVown lUIy, branded G over reversed F on loft shoulder. ?10 will be paid for InfqrinatlQii Jeudlug. to tlielj- u'e. .jicpvery. Phone 1490 or write xW, ^ 4tli Ave. S,. Lothbrldtte. � CC-ti TO RENT-Eight room fully modern house, newly dop.oratod .throughout. Close in. Apply.%4ox 43. Harald;' 05-0 w^Nte5^to_re^^t^ _~ _^ XVAN'rEoi-To "rontT a furnished house or rooms "'sultublo for light liousa-keeping. Apply Box 417 City. 06-6 W. A,-HENnERSON A COY,'. LethbrldQa : : ; Medlclpa ha: .Winnipeg -4*~ Chartered Accountants *'>countancy In all Us branches: Audit, Se^jetarlai, Ad-vlBory. SystematlzlBj; and Trust WorK, luves-lUtitlous, Liquidations, -4- Acadia Building, Lethbrlops Resident R. J. hitchIe PATEHSOM, Chartursd AccounUnt (t)r,�t> Geo. K. Dixon & Go;\^ FURNACE WORK ;-' ...Sheet IVletslv,Contractors, V PHONE 1057 P, 0. BOX 634.!,; Olllco; Roar Stafford Block,.- - WANTED-Ton to lll'toen bungnloiv or small oottages, jfuliy modurii. If you have any to let send us partlau-lup8^j;> wej,h4v'p vitatiftutB ;wiiltlfl8^;j -fgr them. Alberta t,onn'hnO'