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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE TWO THE LETH BRIDGE DAtUY HERALP MONDAY, JULY 26, 19J.5 r WILLIAM FARNUM IN SIGN OF THE CROSS" TONIGHT DRPHEUM The Lure of the Mask 4 pART MUTUAL MASTERPIECE FROM THE PEN OF HAROLD STAR CAST .NCLUDING ELSIE JANE WILSON WHO MADE SUCH A HIT IN "EVERY WOMAN." '000 FEET OF SCREAMING COMEDY ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA-SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAMMED Iterest. and brought forth the most Ironinllmi'iitnry of criticisms ro Hie press and public of KnSinnd and Am- erica. Hundreds of people were em- .ployed in the taking of this superb lilcture. lind the beautiful costumes, extraordinary scenes and settings cost thousands and thousands of dol- Tiiis feature will he shown for f-vo days and nishts only. coinmenciiiB to- day, so patrons arc advised to come early and secure scats in order to avoid disapuointuu'iit. as crowded are sure to he the order of the day and nigllht. the Crescent" ami a comed> will also be screened. I0c Cool, Cheerful and Airy Extra Special! TONIGHT Extra Special! "The Invisible Power" Four Powerful Acts Itory of thought transference, mental ThTGhTof you every day have passed from your minds. picture is truly a masterpiece. "Heart Beats" 'Peanuts and Bullets' 2 Part Special A Screaming Keystone Moiikev and Pelican Hearst Selig i '.A Great Comedy The Latest "Batty Bill" Var News and Events of the World IT'S HERE TODAY KING BAUDOT In Hall Reid's Immortal Melodrama (I A Three Part Adaptation of the world renowned play of the same name. The Blunderer's Mark A Film Adaptation of Eugene Manlove Rhodes' Masterpiece. Built for Laughing Purposes Carmen's Wash Day And "SOME COP" Today AT THE VARIETY OF COURSE Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO TONS, CASH 408 Fifth Street South. Phone 632 HAL RE1D-S Kin- Hanoi, 'the matinee idol' of tho sflcnt drama will be seen at his best at Variety today in a three- part adaptation of Hal Held s im; nunlal melodrama "llmnan llearts, a film adaptation of the play that ook America by stonn. That KlnK Banot did it lull justice is nintc evi- 1 cirnt bv the aiiprwiation that Hal Reid showed alter seeing the picture. The HUmderer's Work, a lilm adapta- CITY OF LKTilHnlDGK Personal Stock Taxes in Arrears Take notice that the City Solici- tor has delinlte instructions to im- mediately bring suit against all part- ies owing Personal Slock Taxes, pre- vious to 1915. WM. STEVEN, City Clark e mere tion of Eiiecnr Manlovc mas- terniw-e is also on this program ol sierlinp; merit. Comedies that are built for laughing purposes only arc Carmen's Wash Day and Some Cop, wind, are .doom SPEC1AL XOTlCB-Stop and think, eannot afford to miss. IliP jf vonr. property is in poor shape it Is star program will be sho at ar irty ioiliiy at 'tii'c usual price w ail- mission. PUBLIC SALE Friday, July 30th, Milk River We will sell by Public Auction on Friday, July 30th 100 Head of Mares and Geldings BROKEN AND UNBROKEN, WEIGHT UOO TO 1500 POUNDS, AT SMITH BROS. FEED AND SALE BARNS. These torses are all good, y.oung horses, and have been-picked from the best bands in the south country. Horses will be in sale yard all day Friday., July 30th, and can be in'quantities to suit purchasers. Terms cash, unless other arrangements are made-before sale commences. will also sell two Ford Cars and one 5-passenger StndebalveT car; saddles, harness, buggies and wagons. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp. C. H. MacMILLAN W. L. WILSON clerk. Auctioneer. is "Crowded with flavor" are sis more in The discovery of a considerable dc-, nosit of uraniiini ore in South Aus- tralia is believed to indicate a new source of radium. ble nor saleable; repairs done at war time prices; cement walks, cellar floors, lawn fences, gen- eral repairs and rebuilding; take ad- vantage now. as things are picking we ave at your 01 William J. Williams, 1221 6th ave. S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE GUPERFLOUS HAiH K.M. graduate of the Pennsylvania _ Institute, Mealed and Gymnastics cal and Therapeutic I Treatments. Electrolysis and Snam pcolng Treatments ,OT NURSING___________ experienced nurse; fees 510 per week; either town or country eases, recommended. Appl> BO. aid office. FAMOUS DRAMA AT EMPRESS "THE INVISIBLE POWER" i Major Dean's developed mental powers have enabled him to give de- monstrations in thought suggestion. Interested in character types, the Major, who is an army surgeon, visits a notorious dance ha'il, owned by Lor- j-enzo. The surgeon is struck bby the beauty of Mabel, one of the dance- hall girls. Mabel lives in deadly fear of Lorenzo. Due to the interest he takes in her. Major Dean again de- monstrates his wonderful power of mental suggestion by causing the girl to lay down the glass she raised to her lips. Later a fight is started in the dance hall. All lights are shot l out. Mabel is stunned by a bullet. I Seizing her in his arms. Major Dean takes her to his home. The story of the play is intensely in teresting. The Empress should he crowded to see this picture. So steady are the winds at Cura- coa that three wireless telegraph sta- tions depend upon windmilles to fur- nish their power. A Detroit woman is the inventor a wire screw hook that will hold plate above it and a cup below it the same time. of AUCTION SALE AT LETHBHIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLES. TUESDAY, JULY 27th, 1915, AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. 10 head of Mares and Geldings from 4 to 5 years old, weight from 1100 to 1400 pounds, and all broken. 7 Mares and Geldings from 5 to 8 years old, weight from 1100 to 1200 pounds, all broken. 20 Mares and Geldings from 4 to 8 years old, wcignt from 1000 to 1300 pounds, all ibroken. 6 Marcs and Geldings from G to 10 years.old, weight from 1100 to 1400 pounds. 7 Pure Bred Jersey Cows and Calves. Three, of these Cows have Calves at foot; the balance are I and 2 years old. 2 Wagons, almost new, with Boxes. 2 Buggies, nearly new. 2 Sets ot Single Harness. Any one wishing to buy Horses should attend this sale. _ All brands must he inspected 3 hours before time of sate. J. A. SMITH Auctlontlr. TERMS CASH. PHONE 1952. W. J. DODDS Manager. ALL-STAR CAST AT ORPHEUM Plaving today and tomorrow is "The Lure of the a wonderfu production of world-wide reputation Jt. is fitting that such a noted subjec be interpreted iiy aii aiVstar "sst Hrti'old Luukwood, whose name is i powerful factor in liimnoni, plays'-111" a'lead. Opposite him is Elsie Jane Wil Uon, -whose success in "Bverywoman has brought her fame everywhere Irving Cummings, Lucy Payton, Ha Clements, and a host of others con plete a cast that will be a magnet fo tho lovers of the silent drama. It intense plot, its beautiful scenic e feels, its elaorate theme, have sue ceeded to make it one of the greales four-reel master pictures ever lire sented by the M.utual Film Corpora tion. Other carefully selected reels o comedies and dramas complete on of the best programmes ever offere by the popular playhouse managi m'ent, which begs to inform the the; tregoers of the installation of a tery of electric fans, thoroughly ven- tila'tlng the house, and keeping the air cool these hot days. "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS" Without doubt Parnmount's great- est offering this season is the Fa- mous Players' production "The Sign of tho with William Karmim In the leading role. The wonderful pictiiriMtion of WWson Barrett's Im- mortal drama created a fjirore of m- Auto Livery HENDERSON GARA6E Auto Liv- ery. Phone MS JSO-0 Funeral Director and Embalmer, also ageot MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offlce 914 Third Arenui Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Block Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Offlc hours Offlc, Phone 319; Residence 1090. DP. Eye. Noss am Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Otfic hours evenings by ap pointraent. Phoaea: Office 341. Re liMeiics E93. DENTAL Open day and night. Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. S PhoAue IsoY Open nlgut andday. DR. M. J. grajuat of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominio Dental Certificate. Offlce: Room E and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. (inccesio to Dra. t uate Uilvenltr of Maryland. Room 8 and S, Maedonald Block. Phon 1165, Lethbridge, DR8. MARRS AND Successors to Dra. Stewart and Me- Giure. Houra: 9 to 6. Office, aig- InDotham Block. Phons 374. OR E. G, mem- ber ot Boyal College ot (Bng Licentiate Royal College o! Physicians (London.) L.D.3. 1900. Houra: 9-13; 1-6. Offlee: S-8 botharn Block. I'll ask thousands of peo. pie If they have found SUlrloom or Jewel that you have lost. TONIGHT PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BAUCOOK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 yours experience. Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly imU'Uled. 'I'nulo Marks unil Un- ilBlis registered; Infringement and valiilily searches. Evidence collect- ed'In patent Bulls. IlcuorU prepared for couusol. Write, fur information. Expert witness In suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. 99 St. James Street, Montreal. The very first thing to do when you've lost any- thing, op found any article of value, is to send word to tho Wants. FOR 25-acre farm, partly irnpilrd. all in crop, just outside of town of Raymond good house and hum on place, also other outbuild- ings. A bargain. Apply Jlrs. A. Mor- rison, Raymond. 187-1! TO KENT' HOUSE TO RENT Fully modern seven roomed hoiise.' close in, will renovate entire inside to tfliil. tenant; lease if reiiuirod. Phone it tfiii Forest PorJW.K MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. 5 Words. 2S cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. to do washing. Ca'll Sill Ave. S. tomorrow morn- ng 8 o'clock. TO furnished rooms in modern house, very centrally locate'! Light housekeeping facilities arrang- ed. Apply 8H3 litb Ave. S. FOR toms. central, gas, reasonable. Ap- y 1U10 2nd Ave. S._______IBM OR No. 51-1 7th St. south, -roomed modern l.V storey dwelling, ot water heating, gas connections. 25.0tt per month, tlmpty Aup. -1st. pnlv 10. V. Ddolcv, phone Mil. 1S7-6 capable girl to -work on Tjarm1_Apply_S22 SL_S. J90-B woman, mar- or sinele, for general housework. Apply Mrsritobert P. 0, Box 283 or Phone Uf.ll. to ibake tllree oaves home made bread and one cake or two pies per week. Apply Box 50 office. and wife to do farm work for four raotltlis; 350.00 iper month: harvest'wages for man during harvest. Apply B. B. Dtiell, New nay- Ion, competent general ser- vant must be able to cook; good wages. Apply 622 6th Avo. S. 172-0 HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF TUB GREAT Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thrill- in" and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatlyts. Only SI. Big terms. Sample book free. Winstoa Company. Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn ing; tools furnished, graduates make bid money. Catalogue free. Molar Barber College, Centra Street, Calgary, Alts. SALE OR EXCHANGE PIANO TUNING HCRI TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience Hon- ours CertlDcate MT. Assn., London England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. PIANO TUITION Kay PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue AND THEORY_ _ _ YOUNG, Mus Bac.. A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; studio. Room 1. Alberta Loan fc In vestment St., first dooi smith of Orpheum Theatre. Resi- dence. Y..M.O.A. ISo-l- FOR SALE on TRADE-NO. 82' lith St. S. Price 52500.00, mprtgag S1600.00, per month. Will tak clear title lots in Lethbringe or Me licinc Hat [or the equity. "N. B. 1'ea Co., Room 10, MacDonald Block 4tn Avenue S Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. HAY, GRAIN, FEED SA.LOON tana; two in town; rent p-.y Box 3ii, Herald office. BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing We are in touch with the best markets. Storage soara for rent. Excellent basement for pensnajle DECORATING____ WELLINGTON" Decorat- ors Paperhangers and Painters; Kal'somining, .General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock BIdg., Leth- bridge, Alia. DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in the city Phone R-312 or drop a card to 1428 lith Ave. N., Turner ft Witohell, North Lethbridge Dairy W. A. HENDERSON ,COY. Lethbrldge Medicine Hal Winnipeg Chartered Accounting Accountancy In all Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visonv Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidation! Acadu Building, Lethbriaot Resident j RITCHIE PATERSON. Char'tcired AecounUnt rAY, GRAIN AND PRO DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falf-i Blue Joint and Upland riay, rials, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon'and C. McClenigtan, 2nd Ave South; Phone 496, Lethbridge, Alberta. DYEING AND is under siipei-vision of first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Cleaning. Rig calls and delivers to all parts of city. 'Phone Bin St. S., Opp. Herald. FOR SALE OR TRADE-N. E. Sec. 30, Tu. S, Rgc. G, West 'Hti 180 acres with improvements. I'nc S1600.QO, mortgage Will ac ccpt or Medicine Hat lot for equity. N. B. Peat Co., Rooi 10, Macrionaffi Block.___________187- MISCEElANEOUS FOE SALE FOR SALB-rWhlte Leghorn Chicl ens pure bred, BOc. Also pure whit Pek'in Ducks, 70e. All pure bra Phone Rural 316. 0 modern cottage, No. (507 7th Ave. S., 5 rooms anil bath- ooni. per month. Apply Ar- mr llayr, liiiti 7th Ave. S. O roomed fully mod- rn newly decorated house, very ccu- ral; will rent at very low terms to ood tonnant. C. C. Pagnuelo, Phone 43. O In the Victoria lansions and live economically. Fur- ihhed housekeeping apartments can ow be obtained from per month. inspection invited. Apply to lansions office, 3rd Ave. S. '0 rooms board, l fully modern house, use of phone nd pa'rior Mrs. J. A. Jones, ,108 7th ve. A S._Phone_Jim____ and with pri- family. Must he modern home vith quiet surroundinss. Apply Box 12, Herald. 190-Ox i'0 a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, hovver oaths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. fO room, on car ine, with telephone connection-, Jll per 518 10th st. 103-ox IOOM AND young men n modern house; good locality; mod- orate 'terms. Apply 501 14th St. 3. "LAND FOR SALE FOR acres irrigated land 5 miles from city, 40 acres in crop, 60 acres hay and balance pasture, an acre, cash, balance 10 years 6 per cent, interest. 3it) acres raw prairie land W i W-ie-Z't, with coal and oil rights, only Sa.i.0" an acre, cash, balance 10 years with "interest at 6 per cent. Apply C M. McClenaghan, owner, 604 12th St. south. 25 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS visit the City Second Hand Store for high class second hand furniture. We have a fine line of Singer second hand achines in good condition. City Notice To Parents PA-RENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN ARE WARNED THAT SOME MIS- CREANT HAS BEEN PLACING POI- SONED MEAT ON THE STREETS AND IN GROUNDS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE- CITY. CARE 'SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT 'CHILDREN WHO ARE IN THE HABIT OF PLAYING ON LAWNS AND BOULEVARDS. JOHN SKELTON, Chief.of Police. illji nlacniiiea 111 BUU" e, Second Hand Store, 406 nth Street south. ._________________ hear from owner of good business for sale. State caj price and description. D. Minneapolis. second hand cook stove or range. Must have wa- ter-tronl. Apply 610 8th St. b., or phone 485. 188-ti wAKTKU-To liuy five or mine or cottage in North Lelll- teidp Muit ifc cheap. Will assume mortgage and owner to accept A lots in Blk. as part N H Peat Co., room 10 ald Block. 187'b FOR SALK-Builning lot, all im- provements on street, will sell cheap cash, or would lake horse and rig or milch cow, as part pa) ment Applv owner 055 10th Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have tho most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER________ W L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All'kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt sulllemcnts. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- lire contents of furnished houses. Head Offlce at i.lie Wilson Furniture Co., 41G 13lh St. North Lethbridge, Prone in2S.__________________ PASTEURIZED MILK AVENUE SOUTH AND win STREET SOUTH, RESULTING IN 'THE DEATH OF NUMEROUS VAL- REWARD IS OFFERED FOR INFORMATION 'LEADING TO THE CONVICTION 'OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS 'WHO HAVE BEEN PLACING POL SON IN GARDENS AND ON BOULE- 'VARDS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD "TENDERS put- tine up from .800 to 500 tons of hay at tho ranch, south of Jla- grath. Apply at once to W. 'H.Aic- intyre. Magratli, Aim: LOST AND FOUND_____ shock sorter. Finder please return to Her- ald office. STRAYED We deliver Pasleurized quarts fer 11.00. All disease germs oeBtroyed-quality unimpaired. Ask vbur Dniry Crystal Phone 1570. -JOHN SKELTON, Chief of Police, STRAYED from niaro branded "7" right shouder has 3 while feet, white face, large white, spots on both sides, ot neck ana other spots on body; answers to her name strayed with mare one light bay yearling stallion; black mane and tall, small ICKV no will he re- warded bv returning one or ho h to Calorcn Caloren, Coaldalc, llla ;