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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915 TONIGHT Last Night of TONIGHT illiamta The Sign of the Cross TOMORROW John Barrymore in 'Are You a TONIGHT ORPHE1 Eve. lOc and 15c. Mate. 5c and lOc. LAST TIMES TONIGHT The Lure of the Mask 4 PART MUTUAL MASTERPIECE FROM THE PEN OF HAHOLD STAR CAST INCLUDING ELSIE JANE WILSON WHO MADE SUCH A HIT IN "EVERY WOMAN." TWO EXTRA REELS OF COMEDY ORPHEUM GOOD MUSIC I EMPRESS ,_ Cool, Cheerful and Airy 15c Extra Special! TONIGHT Extra Special! "The Invisible Power" Four Powerful Acts A story of thought transference, mental telepathy. Two strong wills engage in a mighty battle for the soul of Mabel, the Girl of the Dance Naif. This feature will be remembered long after the ordinary ones you see every day have passed from your minds. This remarkable picture IE truly a masterpiece. "Heart Beats" 'Peanuts and Bullets' 2 Part Special A Screaming Keystone Monkey and Pelican Hearst Selij? A Comedy The Lateit War News COMING TOMORROW MABGFEBITE SNOW "THE PATRIOT AND THE BIG ACTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT KIXG BAGGOT In Hall Reid's Immortai Melodrama IN THREE PARTS The Blunderer's Mark A Film Adaptation of Eugene Manlove Rhodes' Masterpiece. Built for Laughing purposes Carmen's Wash Day It's a Scream "SOME COP" Is a Cure for the Blues AT VARIETY AUCTION SALE Tho well known Pnlaee Livery will sell their cutiivo stock ON JULY 29th, 1915 Anyone wishing to purchase Horse, Harness or Buggy, ;ve will full by private sale up to date of Auction. M. L. Peck, Prop. Pony Express and Transfer I NUT COAL I PER TON CASH.. NUT COAL, TWO eC OC TONS, CASH Fifth Street South. Phone 632 DR. CLARK'S 9ON STILL IN THE RING Ottawa, Ont., July Michael (.-lark, M.P. for Ilert Peer, Alta.. who j was here a few days stated that ins son, Private CHtrk. who was one of the original members of the Prin- cess Pats, was still in the ring. Thnrc j were several reports fhat he had been killed, but he is stil'i alive and well- He had been through the thick of nil the desperate fighting in which the Princess Pats have participated, and j iias been uninjured, except to be slightly wounded by shrapnel. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Persona! Stock Taxes in Arrears Take notice thai the City Solici- tor has definite instructions to im- mediately bring suit against all part- ies owing Personal Stock Taxes, pre- vious to 1915. WM. STEVEN. Citv Clark. NOTICE Stanley Hickman, aged two; and John Parton. aged nine, were drown- ed at Winnipeg. SPECIAL and think, if your property is in poor shape it is neither rentable nor saleable; repairs done at war time prices; cement fes, cellar floors, lawn fences, gen- eral repairs and rebuilding; take ad- vantage now. as things are picking up; we are at your or call, William J. Williams, 1221 6th ave. S. TENDERS HAY TENDERS put- ting up from 300 to 500 tons of hay at the -Mclntyre ranch, south of Ma- crath. Apply at once to W. H. Me- fntyre, Magrath. Alta. HORSES 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 1100 TO 1500 POUNDS, AT SMITH BEOS. FEED AND SALE BARNS. These horses are all good, young 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 bought in quantities to suit purchasers. Terms cash, unless other arrangements are made before sale commences. We "will also sell, two Ford Oars and one 5-passenger Studebaker car; saddles, harness, buggies and wagons. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp. C. H. MacMILLAN W. L..WILSON Clerk. Auctioneer. V j HAROLD MAGRATH'S "LURE OF THE MASK' For the last times tonight, Harold Magrath's famous story, "The Lure iof the will be shown at the [Orpheum theatre. It is not often j production meets with spontaneous t approval, but last night's audiences j voted it a wonderful success. The story is of a young club man, who meets in a novel manner n. famous i Italian singer. It is an intensely in- teresting story. j "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS" i Paramount IDC. certainly made no vain boast when advertising "Th Sign of the Cross" as its greatest of- ferfng, and the hundreds of people who witnessed this remarkable ica- ture at Starland .last night were un- janimous in proclaiming it to be easily I the best yet eeen in Lethbrldge. To- night wilj be the last night's show- ing of this production and all patrons who missed seeing it last night are advised to come along early and see something worth while. Another epi- sode of "Under the Crescent" and a comedy will also he screened, and to- morrow night John Barrymore WH1 make his first appearance at Starland in the screaming five-act comedy, "Are You a 'THE PATRIOT AND THE SPY" "If brings one closer home to the j human side of ail that terrible str.ug- j gle in Europe to' work on a ulay like this." Alphonse Ethier, who is quoted above, plays the Spy in the four-part Mutual Masterpiece, "The Patriot and the and he says it. made his very soul shiver to realize, even j through the medium of a drama, the J misery that would resjilt in this coun- I try if the hell of hate, which is war, were to devastate the land. "It makes one pause wben one thinks of the other side of the pic- ture, of the wrecked homes and the lives he continued, "and I am glad to have learned this lesson, even though I had to play such an un- grateful part." "The Patriot and the Spy" will be shown at the Empress Theatre on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE.FEED AND SALE STABLES. TUESDAY, JULY 27th, 1915, AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. 10 head of Mares and Gelding from 4 to 6 years old, weight from 1100 to 1400 pounds, and all broken. 7 -Mares and Geldings from 5 tfi 8 years old, weight from 1100 to 1200 pounds, all broken. 20 -ilares and Geldings from 4 to 8 years old, weight from 1.000 to 1300 pounds, all ibroken. 6 Marft and Geldings from fi to 10 years from 1100 to 1400 pounds. 7 Pure Bred Jersey Cows and'Calvee, Three of these Cows havo Calves at foot; the balance are 1'and 2 years old. 2 Wagons, almost new, with Boxes. 2 Buggies, nearly new. 2 Sets of Single Harness, Any one wishing to buy Horses should attend 4-his sale. All brands must be inspected 3 hours before time of sale. J, A. SMITH Auctioneer. TERMS CASH. PHONE 1552. W. J. DODDS Manager. KING BAGGOT AT VARIETY King Baggot, the noted dramatic star, was never seen to bettor lage than in the film adaptation of Hal Iteid's immorfai melodrama, "Hu- man Hearts." Wonderful scenes and elaborate settings were used in this production, as also was the prison at Jtillct, 111., used to give a true to life presentation of To Logan's life. Not a plea or a sermon, but a film KO true to'every-day experiences that it prac- tically breathes life. "The Blunderer's a film ad- aptation of Eugene Manlove Rhodes' masterpiece, vividly portraying the experiences of an eastern city girl in our wiVi and woolly west, is brimful j of action. "Carmen's one i of Sterling comedies j that are made to drive dull care away, together with "aome feat- uring the inimitable Charlie De For- rest, will keep you roarins laughter. The above all-star program j will be seen at Variety for the usual j price of admission. PROFESSIONAL CARDS WANT ADS I'll thouwnda of I pie If have found the heirloom or Jewel that you The very first thing to do when you've lost any- thlna, of found any article of value, ll to send word to the Wants. PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. 1JABOOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Hectored Patcnl Attonioy. 15 yearn exporlenflo in Ciumdu ami u. s. Inventions prompt- ly piitenlod. Trado Marks anil Do- signs registered: infringement and KvMenco collect' oil In iintont suits'. Kennrts prepared for couiiBol. Writo tor intunmitlon. Expert witness In patent suits. Pat- ents obtained In all countries. 99 St James Street, Montreal. KOK as-aero farm, partly ail in crup, just nutsiilu of town of Raymond good hnllsi' ami barn on placn, also oilier outbuild- iiiiss. A bargain. Apply Mrs. A. Mor- rison, Raymond. 167-8 TO KENT foryrtglit, tv MUST BL PAID IN ADVANCE. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Insertions for the price of Four. school teacher with icond i-lass professional certificate for the West Lctliiiridge school No. 2 HO. Duties to commence Sept. 1st. Apply stating salary ex- pected, to Holier! Crawford, sec.- trcas., Mineral dclivcrv, LethhridRc, lor general house- work on farm, must be able to do plain cooking. S35.HO per month. Ap- ply JHrs. 15. F. Church, Raley. Alta., phone H 107, Canlston, Alta. 191-6 MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania. Ortho- pedic Institute. Medical Massasa and Gymnastics Electri- cal Therapeutic Ugnt Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments givec Or Eointmeut only. Room 1. Hul. BIK. NURSING oy experienced nurse; fees ;10 per week; can go either town or country cases; well recommended. Apply Box 25 Her- ald office. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE JIOSPITAL Mm. VM Haarlem's Private HoiplUi uid Maternity Horoa .Special rates giv. on application. 1224 7th AveDUJ South. Phone 746.______ UNDERTAKING T. s Funeral Director and Enrtalmer; also agent for the Somervilla Marhle S-. Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 5C1 Hesi. dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER 4 FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. a Phone 1802. Open night and day. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- our Cert'.flcate JIT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. 1188. 1253 Eth Ave. A South. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR HOI 7th Avenue North. PIANO, VOICE, AND THEORY H. McG. YOUNG, Mus Bac., A.D.C.O., Teacher of piano, voice and theory; Normal courses, Boston, Mass.; studio, Room I, Aloerta Loan In- vestment Bids., 5th St., first door of Orpheura Theatre. Resi- dence. Y.M.C.A. DECORATING WELLINGTON D'corat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Letiibridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alta. DAIRY FOR THE BEST MILK AND CREAM in the city Phone R-312 or drop a card to 142S Ave. N., Turner Witohell, North Lethbridge Dairy. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridge Medicln, Hat Winnipeg Auto Livery HENDERSON cry. Phone GAR L-Iv-l S8S, Chartered Accountancy in an its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Acadla Building, Lethbrldgi Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Charturwl Accountant MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenua Phone 1253. DR. Sherloclc Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Ofllca hours Offlcs Phone 319; 1090. DR.' Now and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Offlce !41, Re- sidence 593 capahle girl to work on i farm. Apply 522 12th St. S: woman, mar- ried or single, lor general housework. Apply .Mrs. Robert Livingstone, P. O. 2M or Phone 11GC. to bake three loaves home made bread and one cake or two pies per week. Apply Box 50 Herald office. and wife to do farm work for four months; 550.00 month: harvest wages for man during harvest. Apply E. B. Duell, New Day- ton, Alia.________' ________ DENTAL DR. M. j. gniluate of Royal College of Dental Burgeons, Toronto, and holder of a. Dominion Dental Certificate. Office; Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Black. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (IUCMMOT to Dm. Courtlw Univerilty ol Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Macdonald Block. Phono 1165, Lethbridge. ORS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Cffloe, Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR.'E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College rl Physicians (London.) L-.D.8. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: 8-8 nlgin- botham Block. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4tn Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will .be called for and delivered. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of ail 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 12-14. P. 0. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DUCE and Retail Dealers la all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. Mclilahon and C. McClensghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Lethbridge. Alberta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET is under supervision of first class cleaners and dyers. We are specialists in Chemical Dry Gleaning. Rig calls and delivers to all parts of city. 'Phone 6th St. S., Opp. Herald. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Sons at the forefront oi battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for rcpresentativis. Only SI. Big terms. Sample., book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. r ______ and women to learn the barber trade: whilo learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 604-A Centro Street Calgary, Alta. NOTICE The position (or p. youth in the Printers and Stationers has been tilled. 101-1 SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSE TO RENT. 4 Fully nuulcnt seven roomed liouso, clone in, will rcnovato out ire inside to suit tonnnt; v lease if recjuirod. Phone .3 TO furnished rooms it: modern house, very centrally localud, Light housekeeping: 'facilities nrrnng1- od. Apply fitli Ave. S. FOR 7-rooineil modern 11 slorry dwell ing, Mot gas connections, S2fi.OH prr month. Kmpty Aug. 1st. Apply 1C. V. Dooley, phone Mil. ____..... ____ i87-e TO modern cottage, No 1KC7 7th Ave. S.. 5 rootuti and bath- room, 515.00 per month. Apply Ar- tlmr Hnyr, 151fi 7th Ave. S. TO roomed fully mod- ern newly decorated house, very cen- tral; will rent at very low terms tn good temiant. U. C. Pagnuelo, Phone 513. TO In the Victoria -Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished housekeeping apartments can now be obtained from ?20 per month. An inspection invited. Apply to tha .Mansions 3rd Ave. S. A LADY starting a house in Leth- bridpc, would like to hear from sen- L.lernen desiring board. Excellent cooking, every comofrt. Apply in lirst instance to -M. 1'. Box 819, Lctli- bridge.______________________401-6 rooms board, in fully modern house, use of phono and parlor. Mrs. .1. A. Jones, 30S 7th Ave. A S. Phone 1300. and room vate iainilv. .Must he modern homu with quiet surroundings. Apply Bos Herald.__________________190-Os TO a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower bathg, plunee, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. TO RENT Furnished room, on car ine, with telephone connection; ?10 per month. Apply 016 10th St. 103-ot li as housekeeper. Go.od cook, excellent manager, entire charge, highest references. Apply 31. P. Uox Lethbridge. 191-6 FOR SALE FOR 1 want to sell a low twenty acre homes in the Turlock ir- rigation district, which is one oi tV.a hest in California, where you can grow crops at almost all seasons of the year, and where fruit is unsur- passed. Also have a nice improved 80 acre dairy ranch, capable of hand- ling 7n cows. H you are thinking oi a change from Alberta to sunny Cali- fornia see me before going, or write to or call on my tigeni, E. J. Cad- wallaiicr, Turlock. J. K. Armstrong, liox ii72 phone. R. 512, Lethhridge, Alberta. 191-8 SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR Parr engine gang plow, Red River Special separator and bunk car. all in .good condition, at War- ner. Address Johnson Bros., Rock- "FOR -SALE OR. 827 6th St. S. Price 32500.00. mortage per month. Will take clear title in Lethhridge or Me- dicine Hat for the equity. N. B. Peat Room 10, MacDonald Block. 187-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR SALE OR TRAD1S-N. E. Sec. .30, Tp. 8, Rgc. 6, West -1th, IfiO acres with improvements. Price mortgage Will ac- cept Lethbridge or Medicine Hat lots for equity. K B. Peat Co.. Room 10, MacDonaHl Block. 187-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SALOON FOR Mon- 'ana; two in town; rent ply Box 36, Herald office. Organ ol good tone and in good condition. Write stating par licnlars and pri ald. price to Box T. Her- _ __ __ Everybody to visit tha City Second Ham! Store for high class second hand furniture. We have a flno line of Singer second hand sew- ing machines in goorl condition. City Second Hand Store, 106 5th Street south. _ WANTED To hoar from owner of a good business for sale. State cash price and description. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Minn. No. 4 A second hand cook stove or range. Murft have wa- ter front. Apply 810 8th St. S., or _ 158-8 To buy five or six-roomed house or cottage in North Leth- bridgc. Must be cheap. Will assume mortgage and owner to accept 3 lots in Blk. 161 as part payment. It. Peat Co., room 10 JlacDon- alil Block. _ 187-U PROPERTY FOR SALE Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and tYench Dry Cleaning plant in Softthern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Llcenied 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 f.he Wilson Furniture Co.. 416 St. North Lethbridge, Prone 1023. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts tor All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer for Carljte Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, 157C. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description. made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works for .Hnlliciay sliock ab- sorber. Finder please return to Her- ald ollice. STKAYED STRAYED Conldalo: 1 sorrel mare on right shoulder; has 3 white feet; white face, large white spots 'on both sides of neck and other spots on body; nnswers to her name "Nellie'.'; strayed with mare one light bay yearling stallion; bluck mane and tail, small head, slender legs: no will be re- warded by returning one or both to Caloren Cnloren, Coaldale, Alta. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Cmful und Prompt Serylo ;