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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGEDAILY HERALD iltlA SPECIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY ELSIE JANIS THE POPULAR ENGLISH COMEDIENNE IN "NEARLY A LADY" WEDNESDAY and THUR8 DAY, GEO TO RENT EMPRESC^ TONIGHT jj ^^THe Girl From His Town" A MUTUAL MASTER PICTURE FEATURING mXrGARITA FISCHER, A DRAMA IN FOUR PARTS, FROM THE POPULAR NOVEL BY MARIE VAN VORST .r*,.,rcTT IN TO RENT-Six voomert bungalow, FAWCETT in ^^if cohj rnngo. all motlorii coiivon-len'coB. ' Apply 635 7th St. S. 42-1 rd' RENT-Ouo six roomed fully nidilern house. 813 8th Ave. South. 1 l-roomod^ niodom cottage with gas Apply nrlttsh Canndiiin Trust Co. Cojiybearo Block. 39-C TO LET-I'^lvo roomed cottngo near l)0St office. Newly decorated throughout,, Ply Alberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd., Phono 1214. 41-6 SITUATIONS VACANT 0 RPHEU TONIGHT M-PANTAGES vSmE THE ONLY STANDARD VAUDEVILLE PLAYING ' TIONS DIRECT FROM NEW YORK CITY-FIVE THE CITY-VANTAGES ALL-STAR ATTRAC-ACTS, EVERY ACT A FEATURE-19 Performers WM. BRANDELL & Co. , 9 People Presenting a Musical 9.People Comedy; "The Bachelor's Sweetheart" WILl AND IN A . J. WARD HIS 5 PIANO GIRLS . MUSICAL BOUQUET BURNS & KISSEN Broadway Favorites, Songs and Comicalities THOSE HARMONISTS Song and Frolic .-Ive Reel World Feature, Reine-Davis in "SUNDAY" \V.\NTKD--Sltuatlon by Kugllsh girl experienced In all domestic, work Apply ;U, Herald. 41-6 TO LKT - Modern seven roomed house, on 7th Ave. S., in tine residential "district. Special rate to party (Who will take good care of It. Apply Alberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd. Phone 1211. 41-6 WANTKD-Position In olTlce or outside work by young num with high school education, and ambitious. L.v-perleuced, references. Apply Box 30 Merald. _ 42-s W.\NTED-General maid lly' of three. Apply 414 South._______ WANTED-Girl for general house? Iwork. Apply Mrs. Maxwell, 6X7 i>th for fam lith Street 42- St. South. 32-1 , TEACHEK WANTED-Hnrdett, S B. I i No. 20SS. duties to commence Eeb. i Married man preferred. Ad' ' ihess all answers to F.A. Lumbard Secretary, Burdett, Alta. State class ' of certificate and salary expected. 1 I � 4i>-,6 WANTED Good competent maid 'for genernr housework. Apply MrS; 'H. A. Wright, 1240 4th Ave. S., or icall at Wrlghfs .Jewelry Store. 42- Adinlssion will be 5Qc TO CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS, 8.30 sharp. Only one show each night, Come eaHy. You Can't Go Wrong on this show. 1 WANTED-A good general servant. ' Apply f'3J__8th^_St._Sonth. ^irZl'i i WAN'TED-Capable stenographer, one iwith experience in a grain broker's loff'ce preferred. Apply Box 7 Herald own stale, who has made good in New York. Xc-dU'ss to sav, the play abounds with lauKhtcr, and thrills, and one scene was- taken in the S25'0,000 swimming pool and palm Garden oi L. Dohcriv, Los Ancelcs. .Miss .Janis sultered a r.ctvoi s break- PRISON WARDEN FROZEN TO DEATH IN SNOWSTORM Winnipeg, ,lan. 211.-.T. R. Donald, a office.______ WANTED-Bell boy at Hotel. Apply at office. 40-� Alexandra ID- WANTED-A stenograp'.ier and book keeper. Apply Grant .*i Moir, Bar ons. Alta. 39-0 ............... . WANTED-For Royal View warden of Stony Mountain peniten- district No. 2063, a teacher. AT THE EMPRESS Margaret Fischer will appear at the- Emiress tonight in the Mutual hiasterpiete, "The Girl From His Towti," from the novel by Marie Van Voorst. The storv is of a Montana linry, was iro-/ Aa}^ -removeo- SHi Mpbdl'lNIQ-MIsa K. �1. Holmai grnt unto of tho Pennsylvania Orth-opa die Institute, Medlent Massage and Qy^hiiitics. iSwedlBh^, Eloctrl-oal Vibratory and Thernpoutlc Light f r( lyirtiilB, fHBCtr9lyffIrf^^ and Sham. Dot ni Jri^^atrtients given by op-polfltqie^t oW)^. Ronm 1 Hull 31k MEDICAL h .'CHlR6ptiACTOR8-o ---- ,i,r,o unin caT in \\. H. Sherman. Uic, prima doima and the voung millionaire hill tDnight will include four big acts j WHAT MINERS WANT - - � "    . . - -....., ...-,,,;>;.i I [^jjanapoUs, Ind,. Jan, 29,-The scale committee of the miners' con- WANTBD-Yen and wonen to learn harher trade; eight wcc's nualifies ; tools free ; wages while Ic.irning ; positions guaranteed : illustrated catalogue and oarticiilrr'; Ire. Vnlcv Barber College, e04a Centre St., Calgary._________37^0 LOST AND FOUND meets htr in England, where she has and > run ol .splendid pictures. a suitor, a Russian prince. How the Willinni Hrandell and Co. present a .....------ _ ----- voung Montana man wins her back is Bachelor's Sweetheart, a musical com- ventlon late Friday reported, recom- boST-From 307 7th Ave. S., on the a human interest storv of rcaledv, including 9 pconle. Bunis and sending an increase In wages for the oight of .January 27th, black retrlev- worth " iKissea apneiir in sn-i'S and comicali- goft coal miners at 10 per cent., an er puppy. Finder please return same FOR SALE-Alfalfa, timothy, mlxt-d hay, bluejolnt and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 NOTICE AT STARLAND hies, and Will .1. Ward and his live increase of 10 per cent, for all dead and receive reward. '.piano trirls in ".\ Mvs'cal Bououet," work; 20 ner cent, for day labor; and LOST-A pearl cameo brooch. 41-e be- rni. , r 1 .,,,n�,n. Ki 'arc'sure to inake a big h:t. These aiso""provlded for 20 per cent. Increase j'^eeii 3rd "Ave! and 6th Ave. on 7th .The wonderful httlecom^^^^^ ot and demands made by the anthracite - - . song and frolic, and the big five reil miners. ,S'.e Janis, Will appear at ......,,i,eia. xn. =v, tp^ght and tomorrow in iwr latest -Sundav" featuring I'.enie asked on a mine con^edy "Nearly a La^y.' This is a ^ . ^,^p,etes a very .nienrii.l story of a Montana girl tvho becomes i-- en^asred to an English Lord, who is Tisitlng at her father's ranch in Moii- The soft coal Increases are run basis. tana. Lord Cecil takes his (laure? to BRITISH GOVERNMENT DROPS visit his sister in New Vork, where "TRADING WITH ENEMY" CASE the girl gets an insight into the hoi- | L,,d,,_ j,, 2S.-The government lowness of city society, and a tn- ^^^^ dropped the case against Edward Lord Cecil has been m an escapade ^veinacht. the American, who former-with some chorus girls, Fr-derica ds- , ^.^^ London manager ot the Adams cards him. and fnally niarnes good, ^^press company, and Douglas Simp-honest Jack Rawlins, a boy from her .,0^ Qeans. a British subject; also �' fnrnipriy employed by the company, I who were tried recently on a charge lof "trading with the enemy," the trial i resulting In a disagreement of the 1 Jury. The prosecutor today notified the defendants' attorney In the case that formal entry had been made on the jrecord of discontinuance of the action. A Results of Saturday's Games MANY CASES OF street. Finder please apply at Box 29, Herald. 32-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED - P. A. Rogers will buy second hand clothing, furniture, IJTTFT^Ar \TISM NOAV stoves, harness, etc. Nothing too large Kll.t.LxYl^'Vll.iriJi .'v/ ^^^j handle. B�=t will Best bring I prices given. Post card Savs We MustvKeep Feet Dry, A-/oid [prompt attention. 711 12th St. A. N.  --- ' -- Meat ' .Q_n Exposure and Eat Less 39-0 Loudon. Jan. 29.-Following are the results of sjheduled English league I DISARMAMENT OF ALL MERCH-tootball games, plaved today ou the i ANT VESSELS IS DEMANDED grounds of the lirst-named clubs : j Washington, Jan. 28.-The United ! Stales is asking all the European bel-Ulgerents to make a general agree-iment to sciuare tlieir submarine war Lancashire Section i Holton W. 1, Manchester City 2. Hlacfnool 4. Stockport County 1. Everton 4, Stoke I. Manchester United 1, Liverpool 1. Oldham Athletic 3, Burnlev 1. Kochdale 2, Bury 1. Southport 1, Preston North End 0. Midland Section Grimsbv Town 2, Derbv County 1. Hudc'erslield T. 2, Sheflield W. 3. Leice-t'^r Fosse 4, Hull Ciiy 0. Hhemeld United 4, Leeds Citv 1. Bradford City 4, Bradford 0. Notts County 2, Lincoln 1- Northern Union Leeds 8, Hunelct 3. Halifax 7, Batley 8. Hull Kingston 3, Leigh ti. Dewsbury 29, Bradford 8. Swinton 10, Oldham 0. Broughton 8, Rochdale 21. Wiean 9, Salford 3. Barrow 18, Bramley 0. Scottish League Celtic 3,, Ayr L'nited I. .Motherwell 2, Hangers 1. Third Lanark C, Aberdeen '2. Partick Thistle 5, .Queen's Park o. Dundee 1, Clvde 0. Hearts ot MidlQthian 2, Haith R. 1. �Morton .'i, Hibernians 1. Falkirk 2, St. Mirren 1. Kilmarnock 3, Hamilton Acads. 0. .Virdrieonians'2, Dumbarton 1. with the principles of humanity and international law, has taken the position that under changed conditions of naval warfare merchant ships should carry no armament whatever. All the poivers have been notified that unless they subscribe to such jirln-clples armed merchantmen will be denied entry to American ports except under the conditions which aii-ply to warships. Slay off ihe damp grouiwl, avoid t .\-posure, keep feet dry, eat less n eat drink lots of water and above all lake a spoonful of salts occasionally tc keep down uric acid. Rreuniatism is caused by poijoaoue loxtn, called uric acid, which is generated in the bowels and absorbed inli tho blood. It is the function ot ih' kidneys to filter this acid from thc 'blood and cast It out in the urine, 'flic pores of the skin .ire also a means o' freeing the blood ot this impurity. In damp chilly, co:d weather the skin pores are closed thus forcing the kid neys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fall to elimin ale this uric acid which keeps aocum ulating and circulating through the system, eventually settling In the joints and muscles causing stiffness soreness and pain called rheumatism wm3 LEGISLATIVE ASSEM BLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Extracts from the Rules relating to Private Bills vOSTEOPATH DR. SARA B. DETWILER, 318 Sherlock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phone 1521. 33-25 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory erperlence. Hon ours Certificate'mT. Assn., London Fngland. Reference to tho leadinc musicians of the cltv. Phone 1108. 1253 fith Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER W. L, WILSON. Licensed Auctioneer. All Slnds of sales conducted Tenna reasonable. . Prompt settlements Job lota of stocks ot mercnandne prrchaied. I will also buy the en tire contents of furnished housca Head offlce at the Wilson F-.imltcre Co., 41B \Zt>i 6t. Mortn Leltihrldgo. Prone 1023. � UNDERTAKING T. S. FFTTPR'-Y-~t Piullne Funeral Director and Kmbnlmor; also agent for the Sonierville Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office oppo-Elto Court House.. Phone fifil. ' Residence 2.'!4 7th Ave. S.. Phono" 1176.-Open day and night S. Y. HURST-Emhftlmnr & Funeral Director. 803 3rd. Avonuo South. Phone 1802. Open night ahd day. MUSIC NEGK UP? SPRING3ANK FARMER COMMITS ,SUICIDE IN GHASTLY MANNER Calgao". Jan. 29.-Her husband not answering her call to breakfast on Friday morning, Mrs. Cruise, of Sprlngbank, ten miles or so from Calgary, went to tho barn to fetch him. She found him dead with his throat cut, tho head being alniost severed from the ."body. The Mounted Police were at once 'communicated with, and as the result of Investigations made during tlie day it was decided that the case was evidently one of suicide. An Inquest will he held at one o'clock today. At" the "first" twinge of rheumatism thV a "ra"e"'man "s get from any pharmacy about foui worth S2 .> riny irom ounces of lad Salts; put a tablespoon- [^^,-,=^,17.^'?^^ till in a glass ot water and drink be nocku/.? lore breakfast each morning for r That dopemls on- week. ThLs is said to eliminate urlr f/^.'^^fre" Sd'fo acid by stimulating tho kidneys to that you plan and normal action, thus ridding the blood direct work you ore of these impurities. -"^^ {l/^fn^S Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, harmless who can work only and is made from tho acid ot graper ,, , and lemon juice, combined with lilhle coriworldmiVcliroli and Is used with excellent results Kototho monwhois thousands of folks who are subject s'riiKB'lnt' alone on to rheumatism. Here you have r :?C"''Vv-r,viiurVm plf;asanl, effervescent lllhla-ater drink y SPISCIAL ATTENTION PAIP TO SHIP-. MENTS OE GRAIN TO MOOSE JAW Every month several hundred students voluntarily report advancement as the direct result of 1. C. S. tralnlnff. You need not leave your present work, or your own home. Mark this coupon at once and mail it.  inlernallonal coprespondcnce Scnools 1 j � Box 888, Scranton, Pa. I  I'I�3ie expUta. without lufth;:! obll{;att9a na my ^ , ^ part, low 1 cin quallly loi ttio position, triJt!, or ^ ptulcstlon belore which 1 hsve marked X. The very first thing to do when you've lost anything, or found any article of value, Is to sand word to tho Wants. Aututnobllu Kiinnlnit Putiltry I'urmInK Bookkeeper &icnoBra|)hcr AtlvunittiiK Man Show.Card Wrlllns Window Trimniinu Coinnierci;)IIIIu9lr�t. IniluiitrU) OeBluuinir Archllficiurul Orafu. ChcmUt LunKuuiccft Ilimklns CWII Service Spunlfth I-'ri-nc)) Cjerinun Electrical Wlrotnan r.leclrlcBlEnulnrer Mt-'ctianlcal Uruftsman MuclianlcaE Enulneor Tcltfphone Uxp�rt Suiloiiury Knulnet-r Tcxtils Munitfa^turiniic t:ivU KnuliK^cr IlulldlnK Contractor Archlluci CuncriMti Conilruct'n IMiitnblnKtSteumFitl'g Mine Toreinnn Mintf .SuperlnHintienl ^ Name._ iC^t/Hght, m�^y forest Pori^rJi I City______^,^.-.,^^^-^--^^^Sj(tte^__^^_. W. G. SMITH 926 fth St. s. Repreoentatiy'e tor Lethbridge and' District 52. All applications for Private jiUs, properly the subject of leglsla-' by the Legislative Assembly of Vlherta, within the purview of "The" Ainprican Act, 1807," whether for the erection of a bridge, he making ot a railroad, tramway, .umpike, road, telegraph or telephone ne, the consli-uctlon or improve-��"it of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work: the granting of a right of ferry; the Incorporation of any particular trade, or calling, or ot any joint slock company, or othenvlse for gi'anting to any individual or individuals, any exclusive or-ecullar rights or privileges whatever or for doing any matter or thing which in its operation would ntteci the rights of property ot other parties or relate to any particular class of ho community, or for making any amendment ot a like nature to any "ormer Act, shall require a notice clearly and distinctly specifying the �sature and object of the application, and where the application refers to any proposed work, indicating generally the location ot the work, anc' signed by or on behalf of the applicants, such notice to be published, during two months, between the close of the next preceding Session and the time of the consideration of the petition, in four Issues of The Alberta Gazette, and of one other liewspaper, published in English; and within two*| weeks from the first appearance ot' such notice tn The Alberta Gazette, two copies of the said Bill, with a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not e.xceed ten pages and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose of this Hule 450 words shall he held to constitute a page and also in the case of a Bill Incorporating a , company, a roceliit from the Registrar of .Joint Stock Companies for such sum as would be payable by the applicant or applicants for tho Incorporation of a company with a similar capitalization to the capitalization of tho company sought to he Incorpprated by such Bill, shall he placed iby the- applicant In tho hands ot tile Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to get the aald Dill printed, forthwith. Copies of the newspapers containing the first and last insertion of such notice shall 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 (See Call, 20, tOtl!, Second Session) For registration ot a compuny whoso nominal capital does not exceed ,?!iO,000...........$50.00 V\3r registration of a company whoso nominal capital ex-coeds $20,000, tho above foe of 550.00 with tho following additional tees rogulatod according to tho amount ot cap-lti).l, that Is to say: For every $5,000 or part of $5,-000 after tho first $20,000 up to, $100,000 Vor. every $10,000 or part of $16,000 after the first $100,- 000 up to $500,000 ........... For every $100,00 qr part ot $100,000 thoroattor ..........$20.00 FRANK WADDINGTON-It you. are contemplating an auction sale ot your tanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods 'and effects cf.nsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-bridtre. who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 2fiS-0 MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening n class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction- ot Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, Eng.', For further parliciilars, apply to H. CO. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. 'ROF. M. E. RYGQ, Violinist, ins'ruc-' tor In Stringed pnd brass Instruments. � Phone 1R77. 908 7th'Ave, South, Lethbridge, Alta. , 85-0 decorat:nq WELLiNOTON BROS.-The Docoral ors. Paperhangers and Painters. Kftlsomlnliig, General Decoratlne and Slgti Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; omce phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth hndire. Alta. , IBO-0 DYEING AND .CLEANINQ THE VALET-Speelnllstn In Flinch Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to ti?rn out every ple,co of work at Its best. Only tho most eclentlflo tiiethods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please yoii. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812. S24 Sixth Street South. OUR CITy DYEING AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Purs re-made and cleaned; aulta made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. HAY. GRAIN. FEED EALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed Ol all kinds. Carlpada or less. Intjulre for quotations when buying or sell Ing. We arc In touch with the best tnarksta Storage apace for rent Excellent basement for peilshable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phonn 1244. P. 0. Box 112. 167-0 PROPERT.Y FOR SALE B^OR SALE-Two well built plastered houses on lot 40 ft x IGO ft., clear title. Snail. Apply S4 4th Avenue Hardlevlllo, Alta. 41-0 HOUSE' WANTED WANT13D-Five roomed cottage-modern-Immediately, tor purchaser. Additional accommodation for horse preferred. Send us best iirlce and terras. ' Alberta Loan & Investment Co., Ltd.,'Phono 1214. 41-G W. A. HENDERSON A coy, Cethbridgs : : : Medlclnc.hat Winnipeg Chattered Accountants A'x:ounlaucy In all Its brancbei: Audit. Secretarial. Ad-TlBory, SystematlzlDf; tnd Trust Worn. Inve*. ilxatioDB, Llquidatioos, - -4-� . Acadia Building, Lethbrlog* R. Resident J, RITCHIE PATER80N. Chartered AccounUnt IBrot) LAND FOR SALli]-Improved farm land, $10 per acre and up. To trade city property, for land. . Alberta land to trade ror land In Montana, i:)akota or Florida; Oregon and' AVashlngton land to trade for Alberta land: T. M. Hutt Room 10, Alberta Block, Lothbtldgo, .�Vlborta. . ail-12 FOR SALE-Oiip tjuarter Section, N.. K. 1-4 Section 22, Township 0, range 10, West ot the Fourth, at $12.00 per acre. $800.(10 mortgage. Apply Calgary Saddlerj^ Co!, Ltd., 110 Jlth Ave. E., Calgary, Alta. 41-0 DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Go. Limited. Office-c. P. R. Frelghc ahtdi PHONES: Office . Stables 116s 1064 e Get a rariii of Your Own TAKE 20.YEARS TO PAY It ypu wish. Tlif. land will bupport you and pay tor Itsolt. An Immense area ot the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to $30 or I'arpi lands y/ith ample ralntall--rrlgat,od' lanas from $35. Terms- ine-tweiitloth down, balnnno within twenty years, . In.' Irrigation districts oan tor farm hulldlngs, etc., up to 2,000, also repayable In twenty years -Intevbst only (i per cent. Hore Is om- 'opportunity to Increase your j irm holdlngH by getting adJtilnlnB: land,'or secure your trlonda as neighbors. For, literature and particulars ItPPly to. V:^/;|, J >; ^ -J , 'Allan Cameroii, Oen'r Supt, pt Lands, Clerk of the Loglslatlvo Assembly \ Desk 26^ Dept. of Natural Resources, Ad, No OJ Pony Express and Transi COAL C. O. D.