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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGK P A11. Y -HE R A L P TONIGHT DRPHEUM Country Store W S Hart In in Two Parti. ..LUCY'S ELOPEMENT'-Drama in Two Parts-Gripping and Magnetic. Five Part.. Martin's Baggage Transfer 1386 Cinful and Prompt TONIGHT PABAMOVNT FEATUBE John Emerson in The Bachelor's Romance' house tonight, when many prizes o merchandise will be plvest r.'.vay. ti" .capital prize consisMng one one CITY OF LKTIIBKIDGE Tenders for Street Ksiil- Way Mell'S Sealed Tenders. addressed to W. 3tcvcn, city Clerk, ant! endorsed ti" [or pair street r e ,vM Western Transfer Limited. PHONE 1163. nin i Ji.uu.-ii i WANT ADS to noon j The picture prosramrae is of excep- lional merit, having olsh't reels ot tne best obtainable on the film market. of these shown this evening are first run reels. Particular stress is laid by management upon iiie i Shubert feature in five acts, featuring the celebrated actress Barbara Ten nant and'Howard Estabrook. riic famous story of the mad haunchback who lures the beautiful by his un-1 canny powers. Twelve I12> Uniform Bulls for Ihe Streel Railway Motormen. Specifications may be had at the Dffice of the Commissioner of Public t'tilities. The lowest nor any tender not ne- of Public Utilities. No. A NOTICE SPECIAL and tbink, if your property is in poor shape it is r The American Film Co.. Presents Margaret Fisher in THE LONESOME HEART A-Pathetic, Human In.t.relt Four-Act Drama "THE PROBLEM" ?-V One "of Lif.'l featuring'. Winnifred. Greenwood and gj_ Coxen. "HIS LUCKLESS LOYE" A Scrssm of a Keyrtorie Com.dy DIAMOND FROM THE Lottie Pickford and Irvln3 the Title Relit. 11 JOllt umi'tn-j ia in iiuui LONESOME HEART j neither rentable nor saleable; repairs "dor.6 at war time prices; cement walks, cellar floors, lawn fences, gen- eral repairs and rebuilding; take ad- -inc Lu.ii-uw'i- neitne Robyn Adair, the newest addi ion o to the ranks ol tbe Mutual leading men, makes an impreesive debut in the Mutual Masterpiece, "The Lone I some which has been receiv- ed all over the country with such en- thusiastic critical praise. "When 1 m .acting i> romantic he said, in i explanation of his success in that i type of role. "1 try to think of all the I tilings I have ever known that are beautiful, appealing and sympath- etic This is reflected in my lace, 1 j feel sure I used to be told so when j I was on the speaking stage, and I since I've been in pictures I've had a chance-to see it for _ I "The Lonesome Heart" wi.I be I shown at the Empress Theatre for the'last time tonight. vantage now, as things are picking up- we are at. your or call, William J. Williams, 1321 6th ave g. Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL CO 7C PER TON CASH.. I NUT COAL, TWO CC 9C TONS, CASH ;os Fifth phone G32 Street South. I'll atk thouiandi or peo- ple If they found heirloom or jewel that you have leit. The very 'Ural do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of'value, in to wnd word to the Wants. MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, 2S cents an Insertion. Six insertions for ttie price of Four. CITY OF LUTHBR1DGE Personal Stock Ta.es in Arrears Take notice that the City Solici- tor has delinite instructions to im- mediately bring suit against all Part- ies owing Personal Stock Taxes, pre- vious to 1915. WM. STEVEN', City Clark. JULY 22, 1B15 PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Uoglstoro'd 1'atent Attorney. 16 experience m Canada hud U. S. inventlona prompt- ly patented. Trade Merita and Do- signs reBlsterod: Infringement nnd validity searches. Kvldcnco collect- ed In patent suits. Reports prepared for counsel. Write for Information. Expert wltneii In patent aiiiti. Put- enti obtained .In all countries. .99 St. James Street, Montreal. _____ FOR SALE FOR 25-ncrc farm, partly implied, all in crop, just, outside ol town (if Raymond good house and barn on place, also other outbuild- ings. A bargain. Apply Mrs. A. Mor- rison, FOH n.e. Vi of nee. 4, tp. 1. rgc. 12, of tlie -Itll Mor.-, 35 acres under cultivation: all fenced; Deer Creek runs through place; no build- IngB; price particulars ap- ply T. G. Foster, Laird, Mont. fine section o! raw laad for an improved [arm .al- so an irrigated tract close in and houses and clear lots to exchange for farm land. SI.. IV .Johnston Go Alberta Ulock, Jiox have first elass hum 5 to 7 miles from) good town in Sacramento Valley., to ex- change in 10 aero blocks or mow. Will grow olives, oranges, nuts, al- falfa, etc.; reasonable price. will accept farm land or city property. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., Room 3. llacdonald Blk.. Lethbrlgge. TO KENT _ 15 to learn the mechanical side of dentistry. Good opportunity, for right person. Apply at residence, Aye., S. between 9 and 10 p_.niL _________ A" "sriiartrnonosl Hoy, ali- out 15 or 16- years old to learn -he grocery Apply FOI! Furnished housekeeping rooms, central, gas, reasonable. ply Ave. S. FOR N ___ competent general ser- vant, must be able to cook Apply 632 6th Ave. S. good 172--0 _ 514 7th St. south, -roomcd modern 1A storey dwelling. Hot water heating, gas connections. J25.00 per month. .Empty AUR. 1st. E V Doolev, phone ll-ll. 187-0 VARIETY THEATRE FIRST IN EVERYTHING WORTH WHiLE Consolation Day FOR EACH ONE 'OF OUR PATRONS Ford Sterling The Serum of the Screen in hli funniest Comedy.- USUAL PRICES ADUUTS 10c r.CHILOREN 5c Old-Timer Is Visiting City Brakemen Met Awful Death Hat, Alta., July. Braieman .Claude N. Eaatw.of this city met a horrible death at Dumnore, this' morning, when he wai run over Jiy train No. 3 and hii ly aevered at the waistline. The unfortunate young man the front end brakesman on the train which Wiled him. It was Uking the aiding at Dunmore to allow, train No 2 eastbound, to pass. Bastes threw the switch, and then got on the pilot of the engine to ride down the switch The train had gone a couple of ear- lengths when the accident happened It believed that he must have slip- ped and fallen off the pilot onto the -rails, and the engine -and two cars passed over his body, severing it, ana also breaking a leg. Eastei viae a member, ot. the city band He -was well knou-n to all the railroad men HiB brother is also a brakesman out of city.. The de- ceased comes from Canterbury, Ens- land, and his parents have been com- municated with. The discovery m Sweden of a loaf of bread made from-pea flour in the time of the ihngs hair disolosed the fact that peas were .cultivated in Europe more than a -thousand years ago- PROFESSIONAL CARDS HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT SOM at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- ing and heart' stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, .LimrtedL Toronto. MASSAGE Mr. and. Mrs. 3. Robertson and dauchter. Ethel of Twin'Lakes. a.d. hs 'sure chase gloom away who moved from here in 1892, arrived I wlta hls funny stunts in "Neighbors, m the citv on Friday evening's train which is bum for ast week, .and. spent a few enjoyable jonly, davs renewing old. acquaintances and jt to be_ and ia one Of the finest ng the city generally. Jack, as he dramas ever seen in the drama CONSOLATION OHY AT VARIETY i GUPERFLOUS HAIR ceive a gift. The first of these profit sharing evenings will be held tonight, when a suitable hot weather gift will be given away absolutely free to ev- erv one attending. i Ford Sterling, the popular screen comedian, w-Sll'bs on hand, after a Ions absence from Lethbridge, dis- pensing humor that will bring tears of jov to your eyes. Mr. Sterling K.M- graduate ol the Pennsylvania.Orfhc- psdic Institute, Medical MaMaje and Gymnastics B.ecm cal Treatments, Electrolysis and SnaiB ooiDg Treatments siveo OJw MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, .Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 9H Third Arenue. Phone 125S. OR. irtid women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn- ing- tool, furnished, graduates make bic nftmey. Catalogue free. Mold Barber College; 604-A Centre Street. Calsarr. Alia. _ TO RENT A fully modern six-room house full basement and gas, stable, chicken coup, and garden, 529 14 Hi street south. Rent cheap to respon- sible party who will take good card of the place. Possession to be had about July 28. Apply at premises, jVoslyinK. 185-3 Fully modern cottage, No. 1CC7 7th Ave. S.. 5 rooms and bath- room, J15.00 per month. Apply Ar- thur Hayr, 1S16 7th Ave. S. SITUATIONS WANTED -TO roomed fully mod- em newly decorated house, very cen- tral; will rent at very'low terms to good tennant. 543. C. C. Pagnuelo, Phono cook Sherioctt Block, office. as housekeeper Apply Box 14, Herald 183-ii SALE OR EXCHANGE Roeldence 1266 Sisth Avenue. OIUCE hours Office Phone 819; Residence 007 FOR SALE OB S27 DB. Bye. Nose mortftaijc Throat; ilB Sherlock Bids. Officn nr TO In the Victoria Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished housekeeping apartments can now be obtained from per month. An inspection invited. Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ave, S. recommended. aldoffice. -o brimful" of entertainment. esTiablished" the first telegraph office JaLauiiauc" bl'U utdiuoa, unuiiua here in the east end of the com-i ther wltll ,.The Barnstormers." a pany's old store room at thei ri.er Lcreaming comeay, and "A Marriage bottom, then, known as Coal Banks. MoneVi., a natnral color comedy Mr. Robertson told ot his different dranW] wjth exceptional scenic et- fects, completes an all-round pro- gramme of exceptional merit. WILLIAM FARNUM. IN "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS" An impressive feature film produc- tion of unusual importance and power is the Famous Players' Paramount five-part adaptation of Wilson Bar- rett's supreme dramatic triumph interesting experiences in receiving messages from. Dunmore, in connec- tion with the rebellion in and relaving them to Fort Macleod by Mounted Police on horseback. He was afterward a conductor on the east road for the Co, until the time of his going aw 23 he thought of Leth- as a city, Mr. Robertson's re- have seen a good brii._ ply was "Believa me, i many cities in Canada and the Un- ited States, and for a clean, well planned and well kept city you have them all Beaten to a finish. I have read and heard a good deal about Lethbridse since I iett; but I surely never thought that such a transfor- mation as this was possible. I am glad I can see it, for T have had the ?isit of mv life. I am also glad to see so many of the old vanguards here to enjoy the fruits of their industry, .1 and''stick-to-it-i They left on train to spend" a 'few days in Calgary Banff. They -will return home Winnipeg. and via THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the-patient. Poor patients cared for tree .of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For. further partic- ulars aonly to the Nursing Mis- sion 41314th St.. S. Phone 1233. (Milt) A- M. Tilley, Supervisor. Ron Cameron, Grad. Nurse. (Mlu) J-' T. Macltentle, res su The Sign" of the opens at Starland on Monday for a run of two days. The subject is an elabor- ate version of Wilson Barrett's won- derfully popular drama, which has stirred the emotions of every civil- ized race throughout the world for many vears. Comparisons, at least as regards settings and scenic effects, must ne- cessarily be instituted between this and other plays previously produced, dealing with the same characters and period, and it must be truthfully said that the value of the present produc- tion is enhanced greatly- by-such a comparison, and while it 1os.es noth- ing in elaboration of detail, if has tne advantage of a story which has so firmly established itself in the favor of the public. The part of Marcus Superba, the dominant character in the powerful play, Is impressively portrayed by William Farnum, one of .the foremost actors of classical roles on the Ameri- can stage, who is eminently fitted for the nart in "The Sign of the Cross.' A notable cast has been selected in his support, and hundreds of supers a series of overwhelmingly beautiful settings, and a tableaux of effective ly dramatic scenes, further aid tne production In being one of the mos exceptional film subjects ever offer ed The degree of power and emo tional appeal of the drama Is almosi immeasurable', .and it should exert tremendous effect upon the feelmgi AUCTION SALE The well known Palace Livery-will sell their entire stock ON JULY 29th, 1915 rchase llor.e Harness or Buggy, we will Anyone -wishing to pu, by private up to date of tiurvv, Aucti M. L. Peck, Prop. Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE Liv cry. I'honc .688. 15 THE BUSINESS IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED 1899. FuneraT 'Director and Efflbalmer; also agent to Marble Gran Works of Calgary. House. Phone 561 Rei> dence Siinh Ave. S. Phone U76. Open day and night- ________ Y. HURST, EMBALMER 4 FUN- ERAL 3rd Aye. S. ?802. Open nirtt anddaj. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNM- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer, 2n years factory experience. Hoo- our, Certificate MT. V'JS. England. Reference to musicians of the city. PHond 1168. 1253 Stn Ave. A South. PIANO TUITION UPILS FOB Kay 1401 7th Avenue North. VOICE. AND THEugV_ H McG. YOUNG, Mu. Bac., A.D.C.O. Teacher of piano, voice and theory- Normal courses, Boston, Mass, studio. Room 1, Alberta Loan In vestment Bids, 5th St., first doo south of Orpheum Theatre. Real dence. Y.M.C.A Off. hours evenings by ap: pointment. Phones: Offlfr, Ml. Re- sidence DENTAL M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms E and 6, Bryan Block. Phone W71. DR. L. T. (BBCCessot to Ore. Courtiee uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Biock. Phone 1165, Lethbridge. A1U. DR8. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stuwart md Mo Olure- Hours: 9 to 5. Office, His- inbotham Block. Phone J74. DR E. G. mem her of Royal College of (Bng Licentiate Royal College o! Physicians (London.) LJD.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-4. Office: 8-8 Ugin- botham Block._________________ ISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SHOE REPAIRING FRANK Avenue S 1717 shoes will .be called for and delivered. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND o 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. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1314. P. O. Box 112. DECORATING WEULTNGTON Decora nrs Paperhangers and Painters; Kaisomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest esta-blished Painters In Lethbridge. lies. Phone 1472; office phone 17S2, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. Alta. _____________I WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO DUCE and Retai Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al falfa Blue Joint and Upland Hay Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M McMahon and C. McCIenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 49C, Lethbridge Alberta. DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in the city Phone R-312 or drop a card to 1428 6th Ave. N., Turner WlWbell, North Letlibridge Dairy W 'A. HENDERSON COY. tethbridge Hat Winnipeg Accountancy.in. -UJts Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and 'Trust'Work, Inves- tigations, Acadia Building, Lethbrlejp Resident a j RITCHIE PATCMON, Charioted Accountant (w.ot.) DYEING AND supervision o first class cleaners and dyers. W1 are specialists in Chemical Dr; Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers tIron; Springs, Alta. 'OR 7 headTriure-brai Jcr- ey stock. Dallas Ranch, Lethbridge, R. 316. 182-6 WANTED-To buy five or Bix-roomen houseior cottage' in North Leth- hridee. Must cheap. Will assume mortgage and owner to accept lots in Blk. 161 as part payment, N li Peat Co., room 10 MacUon- 187-s PROPERTY FOR in a 6-roomed fully modern house, nearly new, on south side, fairly close in; Apply BOX 31. lot, all im- provements on street, .will sell cheap for cash, or would take horse and rii; or milch cow as.part IMIPOUNDED In the pound- kept -fry-the under- signed on the north west-quarter of Section 1 Range 20 west of th'e-4tli, one bay stripe in face, branded .SB-with-straight bar left shoulder. W. H. Pawson .Jr., Po'undkeeper. PARENTS OF-YOUNG CHILDREN ARE WARNED THAT SOVlE MIS- ;REANT HAS BEEN-PLACING POI- SONED MEAT ON THE STREETS AND IN GROUNDS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE' CITY, CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT ;H1LDREN: WHO 'ARE -IN THE HABIT OF PLAYING ON LAWNS AND BOULEVARDS. JOHN SKELTON, of Police STBAYBD PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts -for 11.00. All disease goraia unimpaired. Ask your. Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy I latter. phcaa 15Jli' IS OFFERED FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CONVICTION THE PERSON. OR PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN PLACING POI SON IN GARDENS AND ON BOULE VARDS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 4th AVENUE AND 13th SOUTH, RESULTING IN THE OF 'NUMEROUS VAL- UABLE SKELTON, of STimED from Cqaldale 1 sorrel maie brinded 7 on ngh shou der has J white feet wJiile face large white spots on both sides of neck and other snots on Aodj answers to her name Nellie strny-d v-ith mare nno lieht biv yearling stallion black nane'aml tail small head siencer legs no will ne re warded bv reluming one 01 Doth to Caloren t Caloren Coaldale Alta Pointer dog rar have b( piymft expenses 051 10th St S NOTICE OPFMNO ANNOUNCEMENT-We the undersigned beg to inform the people of Lethbridge and surround ng that Ihe busincs, cond_uc crt by Moody S, 1 rayne Oanadlan Herbal Stole iH 13th si Nortll is now conducted bj herbalists and dietitians We nU e 1 who are out of health to gljo na a trial before giving up hope (Sign cdl-lohn Moodvjohnjtae 186 i IS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT I nrK P M CUAaolMtu 2os MUST BE DELIVERED BV HOUR TO ENSURE IN- 8ERTION THB tAME DAY ORDERED, ;