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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWO THE LETHBR-IDGE DAILY -HERALD CAPTAIN ALVAREZ and In Six P.'rt. with EDITH STOREY an All-Stjr Gill MR. COOPER AND EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA IN "HIS NEW SCREAM OT1M3R HOOD PICTURES THURSDAY, JCLY 8, 1915 EMPRESS TONIGHT ORPHEUM Matinee COUNTRY STORE CAPITAL ONE PAIR THOROUGHBRED DUCKS. ETC., 12 PRIZES KING'BAGGOT IN DUAL ROLE The Corsican Brothers" 'A Superb Dramatization of Romance MARY PULLER IN "A WITCH OF SALEM TON V Drama 'of Old England '-Witchcraft Days. SCREAM 'ORPHEUM PROGRAM .COMING FRIDAY AND RQBT-'VUvW ICIv IN 1'THE MAN WHO TO NIGHT ENORMOUS SUCQESSrOFr Marguerite Clark in "Gretna Green" THE FOUR ACT ROMANTIC COMEDY "THE BLACK BOX" TENTH EPISODE "The Ship of Horror" WAS A LOAFER" A BILL1E .RITCHIE COMEDY ITALY'S "LADY OF THE LAMP" D'Aosta, cfalef of Italian .Red Grpss.-purses and in general charge of Red Cross Worit "LET 'EM STRIKE: I SHOULD WORRY" MARGUERITE CLARK IN "GRETNA GREEN" The universal opinion of the largo audience at Starluml last night wcs that it was the best show yet. "Cii-Ptna Green.'1 with the Irresisti- ble vital spark .Marguerite Clark, was alone- worth far lo'see, and It is doubtful if she" has ever been seen to greater advantage than in this production. "The Black Box" weekly grows more and .more interesting, and on the ship of horror Quest.and party have finite a lively time. .Ritchie in "Father Was a was at his best, and wiiun presented with triplets to augment his already lar.su family, simply hud everybody in COUNTRY STORE AT ORPHEUM The usual country store is in attend- ance at the popular playhouse lo- iiicht. Twelve prizes, including nier- chandtea ,and u capital prize of pair of choice thoroughbred ducks, will be slven. Kin- Baggot, the Universal star will be seen in the old Alexander Dumas masterpiece, "The Corsican Brothers." a wonderftfily realistic screen version of a world play in which every actor of importance in the past forty years has starred, will be the picture attraction. -Mary Fuller, the popular actress, appears in "The Witch of Salem Town, a two-reel drama full of the days of old Eng'iand. Coming Friday and Saturday, the wonderful production, "The Man Who Found Himself, with Hobert Warwick, produced by the W. A. Brady Picture Plays Co., in five acts. CHARLES CHAPLIN AND "CAPT. ALVAREZ AT EMPRESS Edith Storey, as Bonita. will appear at the Empress tonight for the last time IE "Captain a six-part production of the romantic drama by Paul Gilmore. The play is the story of the efforts of tie people of Argentina to over- throw the tyrant Rosas, a cause in which Tlobert Wairiwright. an Ameri- can who has gone to Argentina on business, enlists under the name of Alvarez, rapidly rising to the rank of captain. The settings and actins throughout the sis parts are superb. andX there- are many thrilling inci- dents-; the'most sensational of. which is the escape oi. Captain Alvarez from the Federals. In this scene he crosses a rickety bridge over a deep ravine at a hard gallop.- Charles Chaplin, the world's favor- ite comedian, has a .sure cure for the, blues in "His there will be a song..by. Mr. Cooper, as well as music by the Empress con- cert orchestra. During the school holidays there will be five cent matinees at the Em- press every day. v Fred Rogers, farmer of Sherbiirne. N.Y.v -ciainis to have trained six hedgehogs-to dig potato trenches. THE NURSING MISSION Proviries visiting nurses for mater- nity and all .medical and surgical- cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir cumstances uf the patient. Poof patients cared for tree of charge. Graduate nurses, (or private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervtsor. (iVlise) Rose Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Graa. Nurse Pony Express .and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED. THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY.- ESTABLISHED 1899. imageRuiilm'ej.SiCMiWn BATTLE WEAKY SOLDIHRS ASLEEP AT POSTS WANT ADS I'M IhouiJndi of peo. 'pie if they Have found heirloom or jewel' that you have lost. Tha very .first thins to da when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, is to send word to the Wanti. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dt FOTMI fartar.il. MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Wordf, 25 an Insertion. Six [mentions for the price of Four. Singer Sewing Machines REMEMBER THE SLOGAN and buy a made in Canada Singer Sewing Ma- chine, backed up by an efficient or- ganization. Terms titty cents a week. liberal discount for cash. Singer Sew- ing Machine Co., 512 4tll Avenue S. P. O. Box 96. SITUATIONS VACANT MASSAGE GUPERFLOUS HAIR Holme, graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortno- psdi- Institute, Medical Missag. nnd Gymnastics ,-al Vibratory aco. Therapeutic Treatments, Electrolysis and Snam rootoE Treatments. experienced nurse; fees 510 per week; can go either town or. country cases; well recommended. Apply Box 2o Her- PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE llOSPlTAL i- MM. Haarlem's Private HoipitmI Maternity. Home. en on application. South. Phone 74ti. UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and EmTjalmer; also agent for the somerville Marble .fc Graa te Wo-ks, Calgarj. Office opposKo Court House. Phono 581 Kelt deuce 284 7th Ave. 3. 1176. Open day and night. S V HURST, EMBALMER FUN- 'ER'AL M s Phone 3802. Open night _and aay. PIANO TUNING iT CRIPPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and Organ .Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. ASBIU -London, England. Reference to the leadini musicians of. the city. Shone 1168, 1253 (ith Are. A South. DECORATING WELLINGTON' Dor.orat- ore, Faperliangers and-> Painters; Kaisomining, General Becorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established. Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1473; office phone 1752. Sherlock- -'Bids., Lettl- Alta.' VULCANIZING Uethbridge yol- canizing specialists, producel work in auto tire repairing of all'kinds and guarantee their work-. E.'Chap-' Hn Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S.; rear Mc- Nabb's Saddlery. DAIRY messenger rboy-sohred1the problem of traospor- during the recent Cliicjuo railway strike 1 NOTICE TO. CYCLISTS, J. PEARSON who has had 2p years' experience In Maklng: and Repairing YOUR WORK. Every pieee of work turned out guaranteed .to give satisfaction. irid all Accessories stocked. 6th St. Herald Office. FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in liie city Phone R-312 or'drbp a caril to I42S (ith ,sve.-NVTurner WitcCieil, North Lethbridge Dairy. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Lethbridje Medicin. Hit Winnipeg Chartered AceounUrrti Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, aud-Trust Inves- tigations, AcadU Building, Lcthkriogt Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, 'ChtrtorW Accountant (iutt.) MEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offlco 914 Third Arenuo. Phone 1253. DR. Sherloct Block. Rwldeace 1268 Sixth Avenue. Offlce hours Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DP-. .Eye. Nose ana Throat; 115 Sherlock BIdg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341, Re- ofdeuce 593. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice t uaie Univeralty of Maryland. Rooms S and Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, -Big- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College ,ot (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ft Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1SOO. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Offlce: 8-8 IJigin- hothara Block. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. SHQ_E_REPAJgINg_____ ?RANK MILES-511 4111 Avenue S. Phone 1.717 and shoes willvbe called for and delivered. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licented Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 41G 13th St. North Lethbridge, Prone 1023. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of all .kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when .buying or sell- ing- We are in touch with the.best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyd.e Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box .112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE anrt Hotail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- faifa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. 2nd Avo Phone 49'6, Letilbridge, Mberta DYEING AND CLEANING_ AND CLBANINO WORKS have the. most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, bealde Fire Hall THE VALET is uniler supervision of first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemictl Dry Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers to ail parts 'of city. .filh St. S...OPP. competent girl to assist with housework on a farm: old country sirl preferred. ..Mrs. W. P. Dsslow. Box S8, Magralh. 174-6 by bache- lor' living on farm. Would prefer a middle aged woman. Would not ob- ject to one child. Appl Box 10 Her- .Id. competent general ser- vant, must, be able to cook; good wages. Apply 623 6th Ave. S. HORRORS. AND. ATROCITIES OF THE GKKAT Sor.s at the forefront of thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever like'-wildfire; Bonanza for representative.. Only Big terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn the barber trade: wages while learn- ing- tools furnished, graduates make bis' money. Catalogue free. Holer 6M-A_ Centre Street, Caleary, MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE AUTO FOR passenger in E'ood running order. 5125. Leth- bridge Auto Co. F-OR Terriers for sale. Strong husky pups, raised on ranch. Parents are prize winning- reg- istered stock. Males 820.00, females John Coaldale, Al- berta. 1'75-Mi FOR Alfalfa, loose, ?10; baled J12 per ton. Phono R. G02, or P. 0. Box 823. FOR fountain and coun- ters -complete, manufactured by the American Soda Fountain Co.. hand- some mirtors. solid oak throughout: marble furnishings. Will sacrifice at low figure. Asquith Waddington, McKillop's oln, stand. FOR passenger passeS ger Ford car, in first class running order, just, overhauled; electric lights etc. Apply Box 27 Herald office. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS as housekeeper cook. Apply Box 14, Herald Office. on a ranch or farm, toy good economical housekeep er; prefer to take charge entirely. Ad- dress Mrs. B. P., Del Boneta, Alta. Remington typewriter, in. good order, state how long in use and lowest'cash1'; price. W. U Oui- mette, Cqleman, Alta. furnished house or suite with all modern conveniences, by married Couple, for summer or longer period. Give full particulars: Garage desirable. Address .Box 30 Herald office. FOR White Leghorn Chick- ens, pure bred, 60c. Also pure white Pekin Ducks, ;70c. All pure bred; Plione Rural 816. a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower :baths, plunge, apply Y M C A TO room, on car line, ;.wlth telephone per 616 lOtli st. ROOM AND mp.n In modern house, good locality, mod eiste terms Apply 501 14th St S FOIl in urgent need of flSOO cash, I will sell ray north 14 of Section 22. Twp. 7, Itge. 18, ten niles north-rast of Stirling, nt f.r lesa than it cost. me. which was ?4800 several yeiirs ago. Was offered SiiL'SO .Hist before this vvar. First, class, lev- el land, all fenced, 100 acres plowed. Will accept tho first reaBonahle offer. .1. Daniel Sluwo. 3913 Kansas, Ave. Washington D. CALIFORNIA have first class land 5 to 7 miles from good town in Sacramento Valley to ox- change in 10 acre blocks or mom. Wili grow olives, oranges, nuts, al- falfa, etc.; reasonable price. Will accept farm land or city .property. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., Room 3, Macdonald Elk., Lethbridge. 170--0 TO roomed fully mod- ern newly decorated house, very cen- tral; will rent at very low terms to good tennunt. C. C. Pagnuelo, Phone i43. BARN TO block fron. depot. Three stalls and loft, electric lights and water connections, corner Sth Street and 2nd Ave. S. TO 10th St. S., close to Victoria Mansions, modern bungalow with gas range, electroliers, etc., rear sonable rent. Apply to Fred W.' Dow- ner or the C. B, Bowman Agency, City PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for Jl.OO. Ail disease germs "unimpaired. Ask your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy .Butter PATENT SOLICITOR YVM. S. BAHOOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney, in years experience in Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly pHLontt'd. Tnulo Murks and Ue- sinus reglBtQi-ed; infrlngomont and validity seaicheK. t'-vldenco colloet- od in patent Bulls. prepared for counsel. Write for Information. Expert witness in patent suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. '99 St. James Street, Montreal. SALE OR EXCHANGE TO TUADE-r-Gooil cTear lltle lots In North assessed at for '12. or Ifllu Model Ford or other make ot automobile. Apply Box 102 Herald x SALE TO RENT TO modern cottage. No. ItiOT 7lh Ave. S., f> rooms and ibath- room, ?15.00 per month. Apply Ar- thur May P. 151G 7th Ave. S. TO in the Victoria Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished housekeeping apartments can now he obtained from ?20 per month. An inspection invited. Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ave. S. LOST AND FOUND Wednesday, June one small key ring with about six keys' attached. Finder please return to Faunch, Quick Print office. Royal Bank A R the recovery ot black mare and yearling colt. Brand- ed TTlaxy W on the right shoulder. Apply Henry Stabbs, Hillcrest. Al- berta. STRAYED In the City of Lelhbridge Pound since July 3rd, dark bay gelding branded bar under an L over D joined, ori left hip, ucv on left, shoulder. John Skelton; Poundkeop- er. Notice of Disunion of Partnership The partnership existing between N. B. Good and J. A. Kritzwiaer, do- ing 'business in the city of Lethbridge under the name of The.Good Com- pany, lias been mutually dissolved. All accounts owing by the above part-1 nerslifp will be paid by N. B. Good, anil all accounts due the above part- nership are to be paid to B. Good.: Dated this 1st day.of July, 1915. (Signed) N. B. J. A. KrtlTZWISER. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M- CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY A3 ORDERED. Shoe Repairs While You Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES QUICK'AND RELIABLE Shoes failed for and delivered Frank Miles SI1 South Phone 1717 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cinful inn Prompt ;