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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PA'GE TWO THE LETHBR1DGF, DAILY YJERALD THURSDAY, JULY ORPHEUM TONIGHT Balance of Week IN THE WEB OF GRAFTERS" WITH EDITH STERLING AS LEADING LADY IN THIS 5 ACT MUTUAL MASTERPIECE I Last Time TONIGHT HERE FEATHER PHOTOPLAY The Universal Star CLEO MADISON, In a Red Blooded Drama of today "HER BITTER CUP" A Wcman's Great Sacrifice for Her People t Last Times Tonight. "The Lion's a screamingly funny comedy Hazel Dawn in "The Saleslady" One of the most clever and unique dramas ever offered to the public in motion pictures What the Press Agents Say ,oui> of the most beautirul of motion picture stars, appears in an entirely new role as the saleslady, and ailds her charming personality to a spleu- Idtd and unique drama. As Helen Shir- lley. x young girl left penniless by the i death of her parents, she goos to New York and attemps to get 11 class of At Starland violin pupils. Failing in this she ob- itains employment, in a departmental store n-here she conies in contact with I WAN! ADS SITUATIONS VACANT Lethbrldgo Hotel. mnid. Apply at iai-3 teacher for Kud- son School District No. 2304. suite salary, K. IJock, Scc.-Treas. Camp Borden. July portant addition lias been made to- jbridge._ day tu the home service units by the authorization from the Militia De- partment for the organization of what will be known as a special service bat- talion. Daily _____191.4 10 work In store' who can assist with house-work nt Grassy Lnko, Box IS. Hcralil._________192-Hj ca'pabli' salesman for grocery department. Must be experi- enced. Apply Immediately Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 189-0 once, a good stroni: youth for the house furnishing depart- nt. Must be smart aud om> willing to learn the business preferred. Apply Manager Hudson's Hay._Co._____1S9-Q coatmak- Apply to H. F. Simmons, Scot- land Woollen Mills, 5th St., Leth- 1SO-6 1 woman or girl a for general house wages per month. Sirs. O. C. .McDonald, New 1SS-6 men are struck from the "The Saleslady" which was shown of a millionaire banker, who j strength of the units in the division at Starland last night, drew a large love with her ami marries Her j as medically unfit._ In cases a crowd, who left the theatre feeling that !ngamst his father's wishes. The fath they had witnessed one of the best disinherits the son. Later thruus1 WANTKI1 A gooii goncral servant. Apply Mrs. Newton. Hardlcvllle, Altn. or-phone ____1SS-C for grocery rig. Ap- ply L. C. Teeple. photoplays that has been the I'ity for some time. jforce of circumstances. Helen is ob- 'liged to go on the stage for a time. iimior injury or ailment is the cause j man to work of their discharge. In future those Jon farm, would like one who could men suffering from minor injuries or j stay ov ailments will be attached to talion for pay arrangements and from there detailed to police guard Bachelor preferred. but- Sta'te wages: etc., to box 24, Herald. 191-2 General Repairs The heavy rains have found their way through rnar.y Leth- bridge roofs. DOES YOUR ROOF NEED REPAIRING? If so, a card or phone caM will receive my prompt attsnlion Henry Halhvorth 1223 5TH AVE. A, SOUTH PHONE 1463. All kinds of repair work to pro- perty undertaken At the Orpheum [or tonight and the or recover in lerical duties. If any should from his ailment he would be The big feature for ,onish, and the s 1B balance of the week at the Orplieum have been the six reel production, "In the Web of the This is a seusa- tion. At the Empress for active service because of the loss of a finger, slightly detective eyes or anvthms of a similar nature can be Another ef- is an opening at the Herald for a live young fellow about 17, who would like to go into newspaper work. Must be good typ- ist and have knowledge of sten- ography. Must 'also be ambitious, steady and of good address. Apply at once. ISfi-O strong experienced girl to assist in general housework, who can do plain cooking. Must he fond Old Country Passeri- gers, Attention! We can offer you excellent ac- commodation at a very low rate. Our steamers are large twin screw and up to date. Montreal-Glasgow Sailings Aug. E tSATURNIA Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Sept. 9 Passengers only. Rate fCabin and 3rd class. For rates and other information ap- ply any Railroad or Steamship Al, ent, or DONALDSON LINE 'H. E. DDMAN. General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. M5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. recruiied into this unit. feet ci this order will be the placing of the militarv police on the same of children. No washing, house fitted footin- In the "matter of pay and nl- With gas. A good home for a good There are a billion fans, more or less j !owances as members of the C.E.F. girl. Apply 519 7th St. S._______l'Jl-0 iu this country, who would rather see! por the present, the special service j once, girl for work on Cleo Madison weep than to see the fun- compnBy WJH te attached niest comedy ever screened. That's j Battalion of Haniilton. because they get a pleasurable thrill from getting their emotions fussed up. that's "all.- Aud they sure have a treat In store in "Her Bitter Miss Madison's latest picture, which is one the of those hukian stprles-ihat.get.hold of vou way down deep and grip you right up to the last fadeout" This is at the Empress tonight. MORE MEN THAN WOMEN HAVE APPENDICITIS Surgeons state men are slightly more subject to appendicitis than wo- men. Lethbridge people should know- that a few doses of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler- i-ka, often relieve or prevent appendi- citis. This'miiture removes such sur- prising foul matter that ONE TEA- SPOOijFUL relieves -almost ANY. i CASE 'constipation, sour stnmftnh m- gas Tlia INSTAN'T, easy action of Adlefi.ka is surprising. J. D. Higin- bothara Co ment. Valuable Farm For Sale 1500 Acres Highly Improved, 100 acres in Crop. Buildings worth SPECIAL PRICE AND TERMS, WITH OR WITHOUT CROP. W. F. Nelson Co. 416 5th Street South, Lethbridge PHONE THELIQUpR-ACT -Chapter 4 farm. also man, or would take married couple without children. Good wages. Phone R 303, New Dayton, Alia., R. P. Atkins._______________IS7-6 stenographer. Apply Superior Supply-Co. 190-li Lethbridge business, (stenographer, one would liko meeting the public in office. Apply Box 50, Herald. for general house work. Must be trustworthy au'd com petent. Apply 1516 7th Ave. south. Phone 17S-U At once, good general or housekeeper, attractive Apply Mrs. Norman Peat, servant wages. 527 llth Street So.u'th. Province of Alberta 1916 The attention of the general public of the Province of Alberta is directed towards the following provision of the Liquor Act: Section 24. No person within the Province of Alberta by himself, his clerk, servant or agent shall have, keep or give liquor in any place wheresoever, other than in the" pri- vate dwelling house in which he re- sides, 8sceptm3 .Act And also to the following provisions of "An Act in aidr of .'Provincial Leg- islation prohibitingrpr-restricting .the sale or use' Intoxicating .Liouors." being'chapter 19, of Sta- tutes of 1916, commonly referred to as The Doherty Section 3. Everyone is guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to a penalty of not less or to inv Starland, a small purse prisonment for six mouths, or to containing a small sum. of money and both fine and imprisonment, a child's nog. Owner may obtain (a sends or ships 'by any public! same from G. E. Fleming by identify- conveyance to. any place in which J ing the property and paying for independent school district, for the ensuing school year, having first class Alberta cer- tificate. Salary offered is per annum. Teacher's furnished complete, also coal; in exchange for teacher doing or seeing that janitor work is done. Six miles from station and post office, English speaking peo- ple, Protestant. Six grades. No board- ing house in the district. N. C. Treg- loan, secretary, Wrentham, Alberta. LOST. AND FOUND Pointing u again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argu- ment tells you to Phone The Herald for a man to look after your wants. the sale of intoxicating: liQUor is pro- hibited, any package containing in- toxicating liquor not plainly labelled so as to show the actual contents of such package, and the name and ad- dress of the consignor thereof; or (b) sends or ships by any public conveyance any package contain- ing intoxicating liquor addressed to a fictitious person, or addressed otherwise than to the actual con- signee of such package; or (c) being a common carrier.or the aervant-or agent of a common car- rier or of any government "railway; or steamship, whether.'Dqihinion or "receives for conveyance, carries or makes de- livery of. any such package; or (d) knowingly takes delivery from any common carrier of any such package. F. G. Forster, Chief Inspector. Edmonton, July 25; '1916. 192-2 NOTICE TENDERS will be received by the {undersigned up to Aug. 1916, for 1 tiic janitorship of the Coalhurst school from Sept. 1st, 1916 to June 30th. 1917. Particulars on application. Preference given to returned soldiers. D. Maciiuil, Sac.-Treas., Coalhurst, AHa. lSii-12 CANADIAN Saskatoon Exhibition July. 5 SINGLlTFAKE FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO SASKATOON From all stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan DATES OF JULY AUGUST4 RETURN AUSUST 7 Fuli and tickets apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, LGtlib'ridge, Or R. DAW3ON, District PasEonger Agent, Calgary, Alia. suitable reward will be paid for information leading to re- covery any horses branded on left shoulder. Apply E. H. Dawson, 1245 5th Aye. South, Lethbridge. 188-2G OR STRAYED 1 black gelding, 2 buckskin fitly, 2 year old, branded on left shoulder. re- ward will be paid for the re- turn of these colts or for information leading to the discovery ot the same. John T. Roberts, Del Bbnita, 130-6 FARM LANDS FOR acres on Todd Creek north of Cowley, about 200 irrigated, 100 in timothy, water right goes with the farm, two large barns, with plank floors and box stalls, hold 100 head of Etock; hay room for 140 tons; six room house, with good soft water and telephone in. Creek runs by the barng with plenty of good fishing. The farm is fenced and cross fenced, and plenty of out buildings. This is the place you want for a home and mak- ing money. T. M. Huff, Letlibridge, Alberta. 0 DONT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER PI Rase noiiFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EO.MDNTaN. Haworij ffecjt .Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHERIDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. Have you Bmosed cigars lately? __ FQIt Snap, one chicken house x 12, cost JS5.00, olio stable It x 22. hip roof, cost 1375.00. Both for ?1 75.00 cash. A. Humphries, 120 llth SI.. SouUt _______ FOR' SALE Blacksmith shop with full equipment of tools, running thrte men at present. Good business. W. 11. Smith, Lomond, Alta. 1S7-6 FOR No 10 typo- writer in use only two years, also No, 1 Royul typewriter, both in good condition. J. II. Turney ft Co. 192-0 cnTfrtiit farm, cash, balance term's, or will trade for prairie land. Irrigated land pro ferrud. Win. Bmleshuim, Brouat1, B. C.______________ FQR work liorses in splendid condition, aud twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone or Molson's Bank, or me them with S. II. Davy, 2 miles north ot Commerce, Alberta. 191-30 buy, complete steam lireshlng.outfit. .Must be lii good con- dition. Apply giving full particulars to Room 10, MacDonald Blk. 191-6 rent, three or four fur- nished rooms, well located, would pre- fer private house, desirable tenants. Apliiv P. O. Box 422, City- 1S7'G dispose of 25 U.p. steam [lose engine, will take 6 cylinder all- in good repair in part payment. E. C. Keith, Hillcrest, Alta. for 12 head of young cattle, near city. Apply Box 46 or phone 1424 till 6 p.m. WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at 51. Moscovich, 2ud Hand Stcre, 716 3rd Ave. South, or phone 1457. 175-26 rooms by day, week or month. Board if desired. Ap- ply 122 Sth St. S. 189-0 TO at Coalhurst, with good patronage; also house. Apply J. H. Watson, Coalhurst. 192-6 FOR Miscellaneous class condition, nywly painted, perfect running self eturtor. I cash. Salborg Grain Co., phono 15SO. j... PROFESSIONAL CARDS VlASSAGE _ ___ FOR 3ii 00, good shape. Can bo secured cheap. Ap- ply 157, Raymond. Alia. 189-1) BIISCELLANEOUS WANTS or four furnished rooms, central location. Apply to Box 551, Herald. GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. K. (McDonald. Indian -Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, 407 5th St. a. 192-0 TO RENT OFFICES TO or unfurnished in Stafford Block, 5th St., South. Apply.Room 8, or phone 708. 191-e TO rooms, with use of phone, on car line, suitable for a married couple without children. Ap- ply 1301', 7th Avc. South. City. 1S9-G TO 6 room house fully modern, full sized basement. Apply Mrs. Gibson; rear 71S 10th St. S. 187-6 FREE man to move into house in North Ward and do some repairs to pay for rent. J. W. -McNicol Phone 1S19, Bank of Commerce Bldg. 187-0 7 Roomed fully modern house, No. 1203 5th Avenue South. In first class condition. Apply L. S. Hlpley Co., 714 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1034. FOR Gth Avenue S., has nine rooms, modern, steam heat, ?3U per month. 508 6th Ave, cottage, modern, per month. T. M. Huff, Alberta BIk., Lethbridge. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Correspondents wanted "to contri- bute news regularly to the Leth- bridge Herald from Coleman, Mi- chel, Granutn, Claresholm, Car- mangay, Grassy Lake, Burdett, 'Cowley, Milk Rivsr, New Dayton, Foremost, Lucky Strike, Coutts, Spring Coulee, Coal hurst. Ar- rangements explained by writing News Editor, The Herald, Leth- ;bridge. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Freight PHONES: Office 116J (table........... 10iwill give you "eipert eervlce on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Managers) Residence 365. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldale, Raymond and Magrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not selling your hay to us. Why not now? RUBBER STAMPS Wade In Lcthbridgo by tho Herald Job Department Phono 1252. .ELECTRICAL (SUPPLIES ALL KINDS OF ELtC- TRIOAL WORK W.L. McKcnzie Co Money to Loan W. F. NELSON SL CO., Alberta Lethbridge, PHONE 637 718 3rd Avo S. Pony Express Nut Coal Baled Timothy