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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE D A 11. Y KK1DAY, JUNE i, 1913 MAJESTIC Twice Nightly 8.00 9.30. Special Matinee Saturday at 3 The Dramatic. Spectacle Damon and Pythias 25c 15c MATINEE I5c and 10c. COMING NEXT WEEK MAJESTIC Next Tuesday and Wednesday, June 8th and 9th "The 1915 Follies" IN THEIR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE MUSICAL OFFERING, INCLUDING "THE FOLLIES IN FRANCE" PRESENTED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH SEYMOUR HICKS AND ELLALINE TERRISS 75c, and 25c SEATS READY TOMORROW AT THE HEDLEY DRUG CO. The Most Thrilling of War Specials It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary THREE REELS OF LOVE, PATHOS AND WAR Kalein's 1 "Hazards of Girl Detective I Helen" TO- NIGHT TO- NIGHT The Drawing for the PATRIOTIC HORSE Will Take Place at Nine. SPECIAL WAR MATINEE for CHILDREN, TOMORROW 'DAMON AND PYTHIAS" TONIGHT Tbe much-heralded production of "Damon and Pythias" will open at the Majestic Theatre tonight. H is safe to say that the local appearance of this immortal story will be greeted by laree audiences, as the production of it is magnificent. Two performances nightly will be given, at S.OO and 9.30, and also a special matinee tomorrow at 3.00 p.m. AT STARLAND Of all the war pictures that have been produced and exhibited through- out the world, jio feature has created the interest and taili that Ihe produc- j tion "It's a Long. Long Way to Tip- perary" has. Dealing directly with 'the British and Allied forces, it is nsttirally of. great, interest to every- IRMPRESQ i CHEERFUL AND AIRY U ?s 3V 'The Richest Woman in the World" The Flnil, and Most Sensational, Episode of "The Mystery" body who thinks ot the awvu! battles, panv tnc sarnc flavin the dansers and the marvellous ..hero- ism displayed bv the Allied forces in ed by G. Kischel, who will be soleh responsible for the operation. 'Girl a Universal Weekly, _____________ Helen Holmes in an exciting episode of "The Hazards of and the usual side-splitting comedy will com- plete stanand's exceptional week-end offering. SONG BY THE LYRIC QUARTETTE 'Ambrose's Sour Grapes' A Keyitone with Two Reels of Laughter Ganmont Graphic other good pictures WANTED Live wire to act as Agent for high grade automobile tires. State experience, also give re- ferences. Box 41, Herald office. NOTICE l-'ntil further notice the plant of the Leihbriilge Iron Works Company, i SHERLOCK BUILDING OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building In tlin West. Coolest rooms in summer. Fire and sound-proof construc- tion. Elevator service every day or the year from S a.m. to 10 p.m Running water in all suites. Gas installation Cor domestic Furnishing by arrangement. All enquiries at the building any elevator bell in hall. Limited, will not te operated hy the been leas- (Ml ask thousands of nle If they have found Kelrlooni or jewel that you havt loit. The very flrtt thins to do when lost any- thins, of '6und "ny Article H of vilue, it to send word V to the WartU. isil, Dt'Foral Forjerji 25 Wordl. 2S cent" an Insertion. Insertions for the price of Four. MUST Bt PAID SITUATIONS VACANT to assist, in house work Must lie fond of children. Oooi home tor riRlit party. Apply to 7th-St. S. Plioue 1833.________1'IS-f FOR Ohio 146-6 ply 813 6th St. S..'or 'phone 1913. 142-6 general vani. Apply Mrs. Skuith, 1281 Ave. S. ser- iJti 147-r ana women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn ing: tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Molor Barber College, C04-A Centra Street Calgary, Alta. PURSUANT lo the. Order, of Ills lonor Judge JtiokBon, luado herein ho 1Uh day ol' Jluy. 111 10, In a certain lotion wherein Tho Great Wont i'er- mmcul Loan Comiiany Pliilntlff and Vllliuui KlBbcr mid CJuy II- Finley, arc Jcfumlanls. Iho following hinds In till) 'rovlnco ol Alberta, lutmcly: l.ols I'woiily-Bovon (27) and Twenty-eight ;S> in Hlbcii Twenty-two at- 'oi-diiii; lo a rilun ol' part, of the Wont laic of Section Thirty-two In I'ownhhip Sis Range Nineteen West or (iio Fourth Muridiau, in hn nald Province of Alberto, or re- jdrd Hi the Land TllloB Office for tho South Alberta Land Registration IJis- rict as "Stirling 4347-Y." will be of- tared for sale by public auction on Friday I In- ISlh day ol June, 1015, at hn liour ot Tiveivo o'clock at the 'rairio Queen Hotel in tho Village Miiyb-.itt. in Hill Province of Alhcrlii, Mib'ject 10 a Reserved bid to bo fixed )v thia Court. "TlillMS and CONDITIONS will he mule known ill the time ot the Bale r can ascertained from the under- idled Solicilors. The land In question in Ibis action is situated in the Village ot Maybutt. about One hundred yards from tho Tost Office of .Maybutl. On Ihe said 1aml there is said lo be a one and a half story six-roomed brick bouse 18'x24', with a cement cellar. There is also said to be on till) said laud n frame stable about with accommodation [or, sixteen horses, with a leun-to -i- xM. There is said to be a well on the said land, fitted with a pump and mils a good supply of water. DATED at Lcthbridge. Alberta, this 17th day of May, A.D., 191 S. CONYREARVC, CHURCH, McARTHUa ft DAVIDSON, Uarristers and Solicitors. Coiiybcare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. FRANK Auctioneer. No. B Notice to Creditors. KSTAT T1IR KKX OF WILLIAM DKCKASED We Have Exclusive Bights oil Both O VAUDEVILLE OF 8UALITY R P H E PHOTO PLAYS DE LUXE THE DANCING MILLERS A Rill Vaudeville with Circuit THE WHIRLING DISC d See the moniter of modern icienoe it work. GRAND OPENING OF UNIVERSAL CITY An City Built ind Exclwlwly for thi Making ef Moving Picture! Pirftct Projection with Two exiiperatlng SEE THE MOVIES WITH COMPORT MATINEE8-5 and 10 Cintl. EVENINQ8-10 and 15 WHEN IT'S ONE OF. YOUR OWN Drama of Intense Emotioni. 1000 FEET OF ROARING COMEDY "1915 FOLLIES" "The Halites Howe a Hawful Lot to Hus" will be one "of f.he hits at tbe Majestic Theatre on of tbe first visit of the "if'io was penned by the longitudinal gentle- mau who will preside at the piano, Hil- liam. and lias'created a furore at ev- ery performance. Another feature will be" Victor Dyer in his impersonations of famous English comedians. Dyer is a top-line comedian himself, and his contribution will be especially re- lished by those who have laughed at George Robey, Wilkie. Bard, Mark Sueridau, and other mirth provokers of Ihe English music ball stage. The "Follies" will appear here on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 8 and 0. CONCLUSION OF "THE MYSTERY" The episode of "The Richest Wo- man in tbe brings "The Mystery1' to a close, and is the most sensational episode of'this splen- did serial. After a long, and to this time, unsuccessful, search tor her father's will, Zudora accidentally finds a paper concealed in an antique lock- et which informs her that the will has been to Captain Radcliffe, who is one of the conspirators. No time is lost in obtaining entrance to Madame DuVal's house, ,where the will is found in the marble table. Madame DuVal upon her return, finds that the table has been rifled, and plans to i escape. To this end., she invites Zu- I dora and Storm to a ball at her house, and with Captain Radcliffe, disappears in the midst of the festivities. They are traced to the dock, hut are then well on their way to sea.in -Madame DuVal'E yacht. "Ambrose's Sour Grapes" is a two- part Keystone, which cannot fail to make you laugb ____- PROFESSIONAL CARDS Amateur Night At VARIETY TO-NIGHT The Biggest, Best and Cheapest Entertain- merit in the City. 8 Big Amateur Acts 8 2 Acts Vaudeville 2 6 Reels Photoplays 6 For Adults 10c; Children 5c; Box Saats lac See Stauffer and Vine in their. Original Comedy Nut Sketch Meet me at VARIETY, formerly the Bijou. PEERLESS INVESTMENT: HERALD WANT AD PonyExpress and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE. REMOVED ws fifth phone 632 Street South. Phone 1318 FOR LIGHT AND HEAVY Draying Coal, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. The City Cartage Co. Office at Elite Cigar Store. NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who hat had 20 years' experience, in Making ami Repairing Bicycles .WANTS YOUR WORK.' Every pjecc of work turned. out" guaranteed to give and all Accessories stocked. 6th Herald prfice. MASSAGE MEDICAL iUPERFLOUS HAIR SHAMPOOING-Mi" K.M, Holm" graduate of the Pennsylvania Ormo- pKdic Institute, Medisal MMsaSe and Gymnastics cal and Therapeutic Ugh Treatments, Electrolysis and Snam pootog Treatments Hi _ jK.lr.tiW only. Room 1. Hul. Bit FOR SALE OR THADK-Four-roon cottage on lots, nearly new, clear title. Will sell cheap, or trade for horses and cattle. Apply by let- ter or after ti p.m. to owner, 722 loth St. S. ___ FOR We have two citv properties for exchange at an exceptionally low figure and will accept vacant lots lor the equity. If vou wish an extra good proposition Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and Embalmer, also axem for fte Somervllle Marble Qra" Works, of Calgary. .Offlce opposite Court House. Fhona 06! Kesl. dence 284 7th Ave. S: Phone 1176. Open day and night. 5 Y HURST, EMBALMER t FUN- 'ERAL DIRECTOR-SOS 3rd Ave. 3 Phone 1802. Open nisht and day PIANO TUNING G H. CRIPFS, EXPERT TUNER- Fiayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience., Hon ours Certificate MT. Assn., London England. Reference to the leadtoj musicians of the city. Phone IMS 1253 Cth Aye. A South. CLEANING AND DYEING THE 6th St. S., oppmite the Herald, are specialists in cnem ical cleaning and dyeing. ine and altering our Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING Kingston. 70G 3rd Ave. S. Sample and sett' measurement forms sent I out of town customers. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay 1401, 7th Avenue North. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridge Hedicln, Chartered Aceountafrtt Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust AVork, Inves- tisations, .Liquidations, i Acadia Lethbridflt Resident' R j. RITCHIE PATERSON, Ohartured Accountlnt (Skot.) R. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. OiHce S14 Third Avenuo. Phone 1353. R.' Sherlock Block. Residence Sixth-Avenue. Office hours Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment, Phonet: Office 341. Be- fiideuce 593. Room 3, bridge. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE bred Collie pups, males from best working stock and mod lookers. 15.00 each. R. M. Wat- son. Maybutt, Alta. nj'-" DENTAL M. J. graduate Of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Booms B and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (sucowsor lo Drs. Courtioe fc uate University ot Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARHS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Sursr'onf, (Bng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Block, Lcth- .Notice is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon the estate of the late William Hex Virtue ol Letltbridgc, late of Virtue Bros., pro- prietors oi the Ford Garage. Leth- inrige .VIberta, who died on the itth lay ot April, 1013, are required to serid to the undersigned solicitor for the estate on or before the 12th day oi July, 1915. a lull statement ol their claims and o! any securities held bv duly verified, and that alter that date the executrix will'proceed to distribute the assets ol the deceas- ed among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims ol which notice has been filed. A. U. Virtue, Solicitor for the Executrix, Lethbridge, Alberta._ Approved (Sgd.) J. A.._J._ FOR tire vulcan- izcr complete with moulds 21 inches to 5 inches, fitted for gas or steam, complete, weight 800 Ibs. E, Peters 1315 Blanchard St., Vic- ____________iiH overhauled and painted, 1912 model touring car. Looks like new. Reasonable price. Party leaving town. Phone 495 or address Herald, liox 3li._______H7-B r platform spring delivery wagon; good as new: will take groceries in cut, cure and stack 17 acres of alfalla, situat- ed within the city limits. -Mower and rake supplied. Apply L. S. Ripley Co. 71'1 3rd Ave. south. Box h.p., twin cylinder. Indian motorcycle, with sidecar; in good running condition: S250 Apply C. S., Model Bakery. City. 142-6x Eastman Kodak contain- ing a roll of Olms, with two pictures taken Lost either on 4th Avenue or on road to St. Mary's oil Saturday. Finder will be rewarded by returning to 12H4 4th Avenue gold ovaMaciMi watch wilh Monogram J.T.II. on hack; Lo.it be- tween Mounted Police Barracks and Whitney farm, south-east of city. Rc- Hours: 9-13; 1-6. botham Block. Office: Kigtn- FOR seed; germina- tion test, it's good, it's well rip- ened, it'a clean; it's for sale at per 10Mb. sack; lots less than lOOlbs. 9c per Ib McD. Davidson, Coal- AUCTIONEER W. L. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. kir.da conducted Sales or reasonable terms. Live stock and 'arm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilaon fur- niture Co., 404 13th St N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town office at the Lethbridgs-Wer. hum Realty Co. Phone 1173. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY A Seed thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- Inquire for Quota- THE VICTORIA MANSIONS offers for rent furnished bed-sitting room, with private bath and free use of commun- ity kitchen and laundry if desired, at n'O 00 per month; also furnished three- roomed housekeeping flat at per the Mansions office corner 3rd ave. and 10th st. S_. loads or less, tions. proof Hyde Saunders. Ci. Box 112. s. Storage space for rent. Frost f basement for perishable goods. Phone 1244. P. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers In all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, pats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C, McCIenashan, 2nd Ave South: Phono 496, Lethbridge, Alberta. Shoe Repairs FRANK 4th Avenue _. Phono 1717 and shoes will .be called for and delivered. TO cottage on water and sewer, 8th street south. An- )lv Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. room ''MacDonald Blk. Letlihricl'ge. Hs-Oi r return tn nfTlCe Mounted Police Barracks. 116-6' TO Two storey seven room- ed house, fully modern, central, on car line; immediate possession. Rent very moderate. City. Apply C. C. Pagmielo TO Fully modern dwelling, with gas connections; 211 10th at. S partly furnished, if Apply F. W. Downer, Victoria Mansions, or C B Bo'wman Agency, Acadia hldg.; 'phone 1325. TO 16 room riouse, comer of 2nd Ave. anil 8th St. S., equipped with gas suitable for lodging house. Reasonable "rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Aoply Acadia Bide., Bowman Agency. 3rd Avenue S.; Phone Ufa 0 VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canizing specialists, produce work In auto tire repairing ot a'.l kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chap, lln Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on nth St. S., rear Mc- Nabb's Saddlery. TO 13th St. S., 8 roomod house, modern, newly decorated, good 6arden. Apply at once to Hayr. 6th St. S. _____ TO No. B Strathcona Court, Ull Ave. S., fully modern, gas equip- ment, Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, THE STAR i L.VV VVnl in Arthur Phono 1325. 0 _ ROOMS TO room, on car line with telephone connection., per C16 10th si. 103-ox NlTBOA R young men in modern house: good locality; mod- erate terms. Apply 501 14th St. S. TO a good room with fill Know an Auto From Hood to Tires Expert taorfcdsc of automobile cm- Etrnction is essential to car ownera and driven alike. To tho owner It means cer- tainly when judging a car, and savins in cost ot up-keep. To the driver ,t means a greater demand for his scryicM, a larger salary, and z pcnnanenejrol position. hbn- to do it. All this valuable taowMse J> set forth in the Automobile oi International Correspondence tile most .Inor- oiiL-h and practical Aulomopile Course in tho world. The subjects covered ore: Gas- oline Automobiles. Gasoline Automobile Engines. Automobile' AnzUiatiM, Automobiie Carbureters, jilectno. Ismtion, Tnuismisiion and Control Bear- ings and Lubrication, Automobile lircs. Altomobile Operation, Troubles and Rem- oclies. Overhaulins and. informa- tion that enables you lo thorounhly under- stand any auto, from hood to tires, and how lo handle it. This Course has been, preparer! by recog- nized experts actually in the Dullness.. Ill other words, it is practical as well as theoretical. To ieam about it, and how yw can OTOft easily become an automobile- expert, write today to nitmtUMi Box 888, SClAffTON. FA. T. -J. Griffiths DISTRICT MANAGER 409 5th Street South, Second Floor Lethbridge, Alberta. modem conveniences, iluiuie. etc. heat, Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 and Prompt Service ;