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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF, TWO THE LETHBRIDGE pflfLY HERALD' TUESDAY. .IDLY .18, 1010 LAST TIMES TONIGHT FORD.CANADIAN GAZETTE Constance Collier in 'The CODE OF MAK- C1A GRAY" ft splendid Picture full of real heart interest KATHERINE KAELRED AND JULIAN L'ESTRANGE IN "THE (jlIK'L 'WITH THE UREEN EYES" 'Pathe1 Five-Reel Drama WILLIAM GARWOOD IN 'An Eye of Horns' LORD good reel Comedy EMPRESQ VACANT___ for general house- work. Must he UT.stwurthy and coin- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS or (our furnished rooms, central luentlou. Apply to llox 531, Herald. __j_____________JS4-QX kind enough lo offer sitnntion in l.otlibrlilge to edu- cated Migllsh or with husband as caretaker in office or house. Write to box, 211. Herald Oltice. 1S4-I tloiieval servant, good wases to capable girl, utusl be able to do plain cooking Apply 313 12tlt St. South. top "prices i'of top boss. Will also buy three cars of stock hogs. Apply H. Tarry. 1'liono txioi; Lethbridge. by experienced amomohile mechanic ami gas eilgi- neer. Can furnish references. Apply llox 25. Herald. idersiaiied" yeai'llhu' s'horl'honi hellers and steers, apply il. Tarry, Data Knr'il, LoUi; bridge, plume 11300. new l.'nder- wood ivnowrllur. 1'ei'ta-l condition. (Price rlBllt. Lolhlu'hlgc Exchange, Whitney 3rd Ave. _ ]S4-0 hand oars III good condition. Call at Standard I'hone MM. FOR used Walnut I'iano. 5250.011. Mason Kiscll. Limited, Hal- moral Itlock. 5th St. South. _ IGli-O heavy milkers. One horse and buggy and 'harness. Heavy democrat tor de- livery Apply 72i' 14th i J Last Time jj TONIGHT FEATURING VALLI VALLI IN THIS 5 ACT METRO SPECIAL What the Press Agents Say At the presenting William Gorwold in Lord John's Journal, the theatre going public is assured of the best in mo- tion pictures, at the Orphetim. There are also other good features on the program for tonight. For Thursday and Friday the great Chaplin feature. Chaplin in Police, has been secured at great expense, and should prove the biggest attraction in pictures yet seen. At the Empress There are scores of interesting and intense situations in the big five-part Metro wondcrplay. "The Turmoil." which will he seen here at the Em- press theatre tonight. Valli Valli. the noted star of "The Queen of the -Mo-; Ties" and other stage successes, is seen in the stellar role in this elab-j orate photo-dramatization of Booth j Tarkington's great novel of the same name. U is easily the best role she has ever had in her successful career; on the speaking stage or in the silent; drama. George Le Coure. who has the juvenile lead in half a score of stage j successes, will be featured with Miss j Valli in this production. There is a; strong supporting cast, which in-1 eludes Charles H. Prince. Tidmsrsh, Ford and Peggy Hopkins. Edgar Jones, who directed Miss Valli in The Woman Pays is also the director of: ibis production. The Turmoil was i produced by the Columbia Corpora- tion .for the releasexon the Metro pro- Kram. Tomorrow another Red Fea-; ther photoplay. Brigadier Gerard, fea- turing Madge Litheradge. PHONE 1722 Special Midsummer Attraction ONE DAY ONLY Next Sat. July SL'IN! Matinee at 2.30 Night at S.30 BARNUM AYLESWORTH Offer an elaborate scenic revi- val of Harriette Bpecher Stow'e's Immortal 'Uncle T lorn s m The Play that will live foreveer Splendid Pro- duction This is NOT a Moving Picture PHces: Night 25c. 50c. 75c. Matinee, 25c and 50c. (Reserved) Children 15c, any seat once. Wet Lethbridge. Would consider going ou of City if necessary. Apply Box 49. Herald. competent general ser- vant. Must be good plain cook. Apply Mrs. John lloriie. 1307 !th Ave. S. i steady lad to lenrn i For full particulars ap- [y to The lleriiM. Ask for .Mr. Hay- ter. i and wife for farm or prepared to .repair steam ouglnes irsc separators of any make or build single woman i wases paid. Apply cook. Highest Sick Farm. Xew and give complete Robertson, co. Arlington Hotel. Leth- WAXTKb TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. 1 will nay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horsa hair. Cull in .M. Moscovich. 2nd Hand Store.__ill> ;trd Ave. South, or phone 1457. _ Barons and Albion Ridge, ladies' handbag, containing style Brims pool tables. A snap if tak- en at once. Apply Grant .Molr. Uni- ons, Alberta. i servant Apply Mrs. Norman i ,V'7 !4th Street South. I WANTED -Ml e.xperleaciul lierder. duties to L-onnuoniie right away. State wag.'.? -.vanted. board self. purse, gentleman's watch, ladies' purse t with sum of money and other valu- generai j Contains address of Mrs. (i. B. Northam. 1S14 -lth Ave. North on wa- ter bill. Suitable reward for return to Mrs. .Xortham at above address, or lo William Northam. Albion Ridge. Peat. 1S2 0 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mnter- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tlie cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free cf charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply .to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. 3. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse i 13th St. -North and Oth Ave. A. a bank book ami black pocket book containing the sum of 1 Son.00, a train ticket lo Calgary, a few .00 re- FOR SALE-MiscellniwoiB _ A D n Q ,ood PROFESSIONAL CARDb Just tri'Sli; also 8'iim- J i...! utifl ii i i-i i 11 C PASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K, M. Holmes grjidunto of' the' I' Orth- opaedic Institute, .Medical MassaBo and Gymnastics Elec- trical 'Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments. Klcctrolyuln and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull lilk MEDICAL (r CHIROPRACTORS FOK used organ. for quick sale. Mason Itlsch. Lim lied. Balmoral Block, 5th St. South jood condition (cost v Also a number ot" baker's Must he sold at once for Can be seen at 535 Stb Street South. Letli- bridge. class condition, J350.00 for quick sale. Apply or write 1259 5th Ave. S. 1S4-H TO RENT 7 Uoomeii tuily modern bouse. No. 1203 5th Avenue South. In first class condition. Apply L. S. Ripley Co.. j ,____________; 714 3rd Ave. Sonlh. Phone 11134. SMITH 4 Smith and June b. you are sick nud want to regain iiculth, lalie spinal adjustments and get well. Consul- tation iroe, Office In reuidencn, 903 7lh Avo. S.. opposite Model Bak- ery, lionra y.3l) to 0; 7 to y. Phone DR. W. S. GALBRAITH Physician SurKeon. Accollcher. Hour.1) p.m. Ul'l Third Phone 1253. DR. TAYLOR Knr. Eye, Noso Throat: 115 Sherlock Bide. Office, hours cvaulngs by ap- pointment. I'liouoa: Offlco 341, Re- sidence 593. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE- 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Offlco 319: Hosldenco 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. 1.30 lo 3.30; 7 to S p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Burgeon. Accouchor. 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to S. J'uona 476. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Sepclal rules giv- en ou application. 1224 7tli Avonuo South. Phone 740. PRJVATE HOSPITAL LI. and K. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 TO fully modern five room- ed cottage at 970 Inth St. S., including gas. Applv 917 loth St. S.. Phone 1152. DECORATING FOR litli Avenue S.. has nine rooms, inoderu, steam hetat, per month. SOS 6th Ave. cottage, modern. ?16 per month. T. M. Huff. Alberta Dlk.. Lethhridgc. J Small office on ground WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Knlsomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In i.eihbridge. Res. Phone 1472; Offlco phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. Alta. -6 (ioor -m ,I10dein block, very reason- j slips of paper and a pencil ward for return to lieraid. m -t face. S year able. Apply W. F. Nelson Co., 410 old, branded KR ath St. S.. Phone 11. Rib. 510.00 reward for T0 or unftir- nmtion leading lo recovery. modern blocks, centrally Wolf. New Dayton. w F Nolsoll ,t Co.. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG.. OFFICE PHONE 777 dollars, two twenty dol- i guj 'uthhridge, Phone i W. J. LLOYD (Manager's.) Residence uuimia, "u. i lar bills and one ten dollar bill. Some-1101J I where in Lethbridge or on Macleod At the Majestic CATARRH of tha BLADDER relieved in 24 HOURS Each inlebearsJhelMlDY Reserved Seats at Hedley's Wednesday train on July 13th. "Reward for return to Herald. Farmers' Feed Barn on 12th inst. one chestnut ponyl mare, branded on left thigh.l Owner can have same on pay-] ing expenses. mare Stirling, one gray 4 years old. and'one bay mare "old. both branded triangle over WB on left hip. reward for any information leading to recov- j cry. 'w. D. Bixby, Stirling, Alta. c- I A timely mid-summer theatrical B. _., _.. ______ event will he the visit to the Majestic Jast nignt by a disastrous, theatre on Saturday ne.xt, July wWcl] destroyed the big saw mill I for both a special matinee and night.Qf the Easl KootenaJ. Lumber com-] engagement, of the massive scenic i Tbe fire ie. to have j revival of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which trom the severe electrical1 is now touring the principal Canadian ;storm whjch swept the Pass, cities. Tbe same great cast and ,vns ,ha mmr RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lethbridge by tha Herald Job Department Phono 1252. ward. The above reward will oe pain for information leading to recovery of the cattle: Nine rent, by quiet, able Deople. three or four furnished or partly furnished rooms suitable for lljrht" housekeeping. 1706. Reply to phone 365. Accountant's residence 1 Inspectors at Lethbridge. Coaldalo, Raymond and .Masrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will klck yourself for not selling your hay to us. AVhy not now? S. O. E. Halls For Rent, GOLDEN WEST Both large and small S.O.E. halls arc now open for rent for lodges, meet- 1053. Prompt service, ings, dances, etc. i "A. J. BLACKBURNE CO- Acadia Bldg. Phone 1084. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGER I ___--. ___._ Get a Farm of Your COLLEGE TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the o rScSn from down. have been stolen and I will pay ?100 per head of cattle concerned for in- within twenty years. In irri- ition districts loan for farm build- balance 411 Sth Si. S., Lcthbriilge. Open all summer. Special hours July and August. Day school, S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Monday and Thurs- day. 7.30 to 0.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 DENTAL DR. M. J. gradualo of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Ilooma 6 and 0, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtico Grad- uate University'of Maryland. Rooms 8 and a, Alacdonald Block. Phonn 11C5, Lethbridge. Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to a. Office. Hlg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgcono. (Ens Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higinbothani Block. Phono 1616. T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervillo Marblo Gran- lie Works of Calgary. Offico oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Ra- sideoce 28-1 7th Ave. S.. Phono 1176. Open day and night. S Y. t FunerU Director. 303 3rd Avenuo South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Planoforts ISS A Playing and Theory. Supervision o[ H. "C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal and Royal College ot Mu- sic. London. Eng. This year 100 per cent, were snccessf-.. Studio B23 9th street south. WELDING duction TVill be seen in its entire- -storm which swept tnrougn tne rass. iTho blaze was the most spectacular season the farmers of East Kootenay I conviction ot per head ot cattle concerneu 101 m- Formation loading ,0 the arrest _ and ings etc up to Oft. al ono.-ah epai ab the iThe blaze was the most spectacular -season me miuicis ui -D pn entlre-lever witnessed The attention of the are experiencing difficulty ill Securing parties. J. R- Liun r-.U ty that scored an emphatic hit at men was to saviug the'men. Several business houses are Grand theatre, Calgary, last week. tne arresi aim T_._--, t euilty party or in twenty only I, peri giuuj paiij yi __ nnviTif in full nt anv jlnlaner and in this they succeeded, j contemplating the closing of their This revival of the celebrated post office ana residence of Mr.' establishments during the- harvest ever popular old play is under accomuant for the East Koo-' season and asking ;their. employees 10 manasement of Messrs. BErnum and Llltnoer company, were on fire' turn out and work in the fields: Aylesworth, and is the first o, their extinguished before: many productions to be seen on this BERLIN HEARS OF PEACE j serious damage had been done. The; Bide of the international Ere {m IQ the com any.! _. -Popular prices will prevail at both tllis partlcular time when! Berlin, July United States performances, to which the cnildren pouring in from the! is conlidentially sounding American are especially invited. Reserved seats ___._.__ rneardine international he nesday. be on s'ale at Kedley's on Wed- urueis ijc in t.uu. v..., prairies. The loss Is estimated at ambassadors regarding international 000 partly covered by insurance. I conditions in Europe, and the public's eace the Amsterdam cor- II is thought the company At Starland PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR easy monthly pay ments, no interest, four roonied mod- ern cottage on 8th St S. Apply box 30. Herald. FAKM LANDS The large crowd who saw Constance Collier in "The Code of Marcia Gray" at Starland- last night, left the theatre feeling that they had witnessed one of the greatest masterpieces that has ever been shown in the city, which is saying much. Tbe play 13 one that _ holds the audience in a grip of in- j tense interest from start to finish. The incidents of the story could hap- pen to anyone. The cast is excellent Miss Collier being supported by such distinguished actors as Henry be Vere, Forest Stanley, the veteran Herbert Standing, and others. This splendid picture will be shown for the last time tonight and everyone who can possibly do so should see it.. For Wednesday and Thursday the management will introduce to Leth- nrldge the famous Pathe features, the one for this week being "The Girl with the Greet, featuring the popular dramatic stars, Katharine Kaelred and Julian Pathe's plays have always been con- sidered one of the standards of ex- cellence in motion-photography, and those who attend Starland on Wed- nesday aad Thursday are assured of the same high class entertainment that this theatre is noted for. Pathe's.j Hiaglish Gazette will be shown on the same program. mediately rebuild as they bold exten- sive timber limits in that locality. A meeting of the Young Conserva- tive association is.called for tomorrow evening in Clapp's ball. nce. im- attitude on peace, the Amsterdam cor- respondent of -the Vossische Zeitung reports, with the object of initiating a peace movement: The Amsterdam bridge, correspondent said be received this "With the approach of the harvest (ion. news from a reliable source in Lon- FOR 'Section of land, t> miles from Purple Springs. Easy and long-terms. Good opening for reliable and industrious farmer. Apply to .J. R Van Haarlem, 311 7th St. S., Leth- 184-6 cent. Privilege of paying in full at any time. Here is your opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- ticuiars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'! Supt. of Lands. Desk 26, Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON 4 SKE1TH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building.________Lethbridce YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WfcSTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Assets ovtr Will have experienced adjusters in Leth- and losses will be paid immediately. If you do not have the sec us and we will care for you until fall Write Box 264, Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying districts M.P. Johnston Company FOR acres on Todd Creek north of Cowley, about 200 irrigated, 100 iu timothy, water right goes with the farm, two large barns, with plank floors and box stalls, hold 100 head of stock: hay room for 140 tons; six I room house, with good soft water and i telephone in. Creek runs by the barna nilh plenty of sood fishing. The I farm is fenced and cross fenced, and i plenty of out buijdings. This is the i place you want for a home and mak- ing money. T. M. Huff, Lethbridge, i Alberta. SOLID COMFORT MONTREAL TO GLASGOW Via the beautiful St. Lawrence Route. Up-to-date steamers; excel- lent service. From Montreal Aug. 12 tSATURNIA Aug. 19 Aug.'26 passengers only. Hate tCabin and third class. For tickets and other informs- tion apply to any Railroad or Steamship Agent, or to Donaldson Line H. E. LI OMAN, General Agent, Winnlpou, 449 Main St. Ph. M351K Vancouver, 531 Granville St. DO .'NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE 'With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF WILSON SKEI T.-H'-' C. P. R, Lands and Central Insurance SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE Valuable Farm For Sale Acres Highly Improved, 100 acres in JBiiildiHRH SPECIAL PRICE AND TERMS, WITH OR WITHOUT CROP. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. IE it's metal we can weld II. The piece will, be strongest where it Is welded. W. N. Kllth, 321 Otli Street South, next to Herald. 175-0 W. F. Nelson Co. 416 Sth Street South, Uethbridge PHONE 12141 Lomond Consolidated I School District 20 TENDERS will-be'received by the i undersigned for the moving into the Village of Lomond, V Three es. measuring, .etc., as follows: One 24 x :K ft.; studding 11 ft.; !i 'pitch fool; to he moved approximate- ly One 22 x 28 ft.; sttulding 11 ft-; pitch roof; to he moved approximate- ly miles. One 20 x 26 ft.; studding 11 ft.; V6 pitch roof; to he moved approximate- I ly miles. Buildings to be placed, in guaran- teed good condition, oh foundations to j be put in by tenderer; on school site in Lomond. Contractors to give security for the faithful performance of the con- tract requirements, and to furnish all tools, etc., necessary to finish the j work. Tenders may be submitted eilher separately or collectively. All fenders must be in the hands of the undersigned by Saturday, July 20th at 12 noon. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Any further informa- tion required may he had from Andrew W. Tulloch, .Secretary-treasurer. Money to Loan W. r. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge. Alberta MONUMENTS Headstones uiui Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and EEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works BALED HAY AMD of nil kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire tor (juoiations when buying or sell- ing. are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods P. O. Hyde Co. I'lione 1IM4. P. 0. Box 112. 1RORCET WAR VETERAN .CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Correspondents want-d to contri- bute news regularly to the Leth- bridge Herald from Coleman, Mi- chel, Granum, Clareoholm, Car- mangay, Grassy Lake, Burdctt, Cowley, Milk River, New Dayton, Foremost, Lucky Strike, Coutts, Spring Coulee, Coalhurst. Ar- rangements explained by writing News Editor, The Herald, Leth- bridge. AND TRICAL WORK VV.L. McKcnzie Co PHONE 637 718 3rd S. PleasE notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardStutchbury, Secy. OR Returned Soldiers' j Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. Pony Express and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE