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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY __ _____ MflgTwo jkj i Charles Chaplin and Keystone Mabel Ancestiy COMiNC. MONDAY "Th, W Widow." "ETHELS DOG GONE LUCK" WA, WEEKLY FLBM.NC AMD NOTICE To Arthur A. Johnson, Raymond, Alberta You urj hereby notified that, the Standard Trusts Company have re- covered a Judgment against you In (he sum of and taxed costs of making in all the sum of i in respect of a Mortgage Foreclosure action instituted against you on the 5th day ot November, 1911, covering the South Knst quarter of Section 33, tho West half and North Bast quarter of Section 34. all Bin Township 6, nange 21, West of the 4lU Meridian, in" tho Province, of Al- berta; and that if you do not pay [the amount or the judgment and costs land Interest tnereon from, the first Presents Paramount Programs 8 Bosviortli. liu-., Present ELSIE JAMS IX THE Caprices of Kitty A Delightful and Unique Comedy in Five Written by Herself. Wednesday Thursday FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM PRESENT MARGUERITE CLARK In "GRETNA GREEN" IN FIVE ACTS FRIDAY SATURDAY REGENT PRODUCING CO., PRESENT "IN THE RANKS" A FOUR ACT MILITARY DRAMA Sday of May. 1S15, within three months frem date, an application will be made that the premises he. sold and that the amount realized iby such sale be applied in payment lot the judgment obtained against 'you; and for a judgment against you I for any deficiency. Dated at the City of Calgary, in the i Province ot Alberta this 1'Stll day of June. A.D.. 1915. I Short. Ross, Selwood, Shaw May- i hood, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. i NO. P. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethimdge Monumental and Cut Stone Works WANT ADS tlMUJMtUCii SLOGAN and buy .miidu 111 Canada Slup'T Sewing bine, backed up by im offlclonl or- anlzatkm. Terms IHty cants a week, iberal discount for rush. Singer bow. ng Machine Co., 502 lth Avon- 0. llox 96. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that, in accordance the provisions of The imitation Act, the ALBBRTA RAILWAY AND IRRIGATION COM- 1'AXV. have tiled the necessary me- morial and plans required by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act, with the Commissioner oE Irrigation, at Cal- gary, Alberta. The applicant company now applies for the right to divert an additional amount of acre feet of water from the ST. MARY RIVER at a point on the south-east quarter of Section Township Run go 25 West or the 4th Meridian, during the months of October to April inclusive, and to store tho isaid quantity ot water in the reservoirs constructed by the said Company for the purpose of conserving the supply necessary for the lands to be irrigated during the irrigation season, as shown by the supplementary memorial filed the Commissioner of Irrigation. DATED at Calgary, Alberta, this 17th day'of June, 1915. ALBERTA RAILWAY AND IRRIGATION COMPANY, No. N. Applicant. VARIETY LD8T IN WEEKLY, ALL THE LATEST NEWS and VIEWS FROM EVERYWHERE FOUR OTHER BIG SPECIALS COMING "ARE THEY BORN OR MAPE" YOUR LAST .OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE MOST DARING DRAMATIC AND SENSATION- AL PICTURE EVER PRODUC- ED. FEET OF THRILLS MID-OCEAN ELSIE COMING TO STARLAND THEATRE On aild after .Monday next Starland ei- apd.'an unparalleled list of AV attractvbns are booked for the. forthcoming month, including Wil- in. "The Sign of John Barrymore, in ''Are You a Frltzie Scheff, in "Prettj Mrs. and Marguerite Clarfc ft "Gretni Green." Thef opening production will 'fee Elsie Janis. the -worfd-fAined comed- com- and ;the following IB a summary of __ production- KlJ .Bradley, ;ornnan of a wealthy young girl bunting starts opt 'rom 'Select Seminary one af- ror" a spin in Tier racing car meets with a pUnctur- 'while wondering how it flied'shi! meets Gerald Cam- fiting y'ouBE artist, wio helps hef predicament, and then her back to the school they meet Ag- which time a tramp steals Kit's Mr. She is obliged to taturn to tfcs school In company with the 1st, to" whom ike in the spirit ol ran explain being with engaged to him rushes Kit to Herbert Standish, sup- ish recognizes in the artist a friend of some time standing and a splendid match for Kit. instead of rebuking the joung people, he gives them his blessing at the same time calling i theirv attention to a clause in Mr. Bradley's will, which insists that Kit shall not see the man of her choice tor six mouths prior to her wedding. Kit resorts 'to various costumes to tlnd her way to :her lover's studio, just to be near him and to see flini again. He discovers toe'deception. 'LOST IN MID OCEAN" _ _ AT. THE VARIETY Portraying in vivid style, ana graph- ically- showing every of the sinking of a giant leviathan, 'Lost In Mid Ocean" .is justly described as the most daring, dramatic'and sensation- al picture ever produced Kidnapped m Japan, wrecked at sea, and picked Tip by fishemen, to be later caught in A burning building, are a few of the" tnrirnng experiences which this young ibride hasj in "Lost m Mid Oceania feature iinjthree parts that will "hold you spellbound for forty- Ov> minutes wltlilts vivid reality Iha .latest .Weekly, ihowihg of the war and all the latest news and views from every the fs'ble oflthe good people -who raMed to the support o( tht church, with a moral that will appeal to you, with three Other big Specials, completes an ill round- programme of exceptional merit. e, latter would adminis- ber guardian. posing t, ter a fitting rebuke and return tne youig to the school. Mr. Stand- ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Photo Plays Mat Evsning Chase and Janis Singing and Dance Artists, late of Pantages Circuit Time of appearance on stage, 7.45 arid 9.30 p.m. Clara Kiinbail LOLA Five Act Sherbtrt Masterpiece, Time of AppearanceT8 and 9.45 p. m. Grace Cunard in "Girl of the Secret Service" Two Part Powerful D-tsctive Story. Time of Appearance 7, and 9 p.m. Butcher's Bride Screaming Elko Comedy. Time of Appearance, 7.30 9.30 SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE 8UPERFLOUS 'HAIR K.M. Holmw graduate ot the Pennsylvania prtns- Institute.' Medical Massage and Gymnastics BlecJl- cal and Therapeutic Treatments. Electrolysis and suanl- pooing Treatments given or po-.ntment only. Room 1. Hal. CHARLIE AND MABEL AT THE EMPRESS Pursuing the nol'icv of offering onl> the best obtainable in motion pic tures, the EJmpress has secured a good general programme, featXriug Charles Chaplin, Keystone Mabel, Fay" Tmcher and Mildred Greenwood, some of the most popu- lar stars in filmdom. Pony Express and Transfer UOHT AND HIAVY DRAYINO AND FURNITURE REMOVED Phone 632 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 MM XtrrlM Comedies in which Charles Chap- lin takes part have tickled audiences in all parts of the world where mov- I ing pictures have been shown, and Keystone .Mabel assists in making "Mabel's Married Life' one of the best of the Chaplin series; while Fay Tincher, who cannot bp excelled in her special line, and Eddie Dillon, of make "Ethel's Dog Gone Luck" a laugh from beginning to Mildred Greenwood appears in: an excellent two-part drama, and-late authentic war pic- tures, are given in the Mutual Week- ly.' Meiurt Fleming and Cooper1 will Bing "The Battle Eve" again this enlng, and the' Empress concert or- cbestra, which scored .a, marked suc- cess last he a 'permanent feature "The Winsome a comedy auccws, will be the attrac- tion for Monday and Tuesdaj. PHOTO-PLAY The verdict of I. the audiences at the Otpheum last-night was that the Clara Kimball Young In "Ld- wai a induction Ilare- ly it. IB to see such a re- martiole .combination of circum- stances. It will be. universally con- ceded that in the adaptation of Ow- en Davis' play. Picturized by James Young, Clara Kimball Young has found p. vehicle which enables her to give full vent to her uniaue gift of emotional characterization. A two-part Gold Seal, Girl of the Secret featuring Grace dm- ard, the beautiful actress; a scream- ing 'Elko comedy; and Chase Jan- is, -the wonderfully clever team; of vaudeville complete' a pro- gramme equalled by! none. THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY. .ESTABLISHED 1899. THE I liintliii'jJnpiT Cm uxv nimiiui.vSii'.n Wnl ing UiCy .j'lvWitt Ihpcr. A ish. _ j hv.. "experienced nurse; "fee's' ?10 Tier'week; cani go either tovvn or country cases; well recommended. Apply Box 25_Her- ald OITice. _______ DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours Office 914 Third Avenue, Phone 1353. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 12S6 sixth Avenue. Office offlca Phone 313; Residence 1090, OP. Eye, Nose 116 ghertoek BIdg. Office hours evenings by ap poihtment. Fhonff: OfQco 341. sidence 1193. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE JlCSPiTAL Mrs. Haarlem'! Private Hospital and Special