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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1910 LATEST WAR GAZETTE PALLAS PICTURES 'PRESENTS- Maclyn Arbucklc in "The Reform Candidate" A SPLENDID FIVE REEL PARAMOUNT FEATURE V Mae Murray in Have and to Hold" J-J TONIGHT L_f SPECIAL EDMUND BREESE in "The Lure of Heart's Desire'' "-flie Second of the Famous Metro Wonder Plays, "The Gfrl and the Chapter 13, and some Comedy. >What the Press Agents Say At the Empress "The Lure of Mean's a jive pan Metro wonderplay. in which Edmund Breese, tlie gifted am! power- ful, dramatic artist is seen in the Stellar role will be the next attrac- tion here at the Empress theatre to- night and tomorrow night, June and 13th. This great human document v.'ith a vivid phase of life in the Alaskan j wastes has in sharp contract a stir- ring picture of New York society, aiid life along the Great. White There are scores of intensely interesting scenes, made in an Alaskan tvtiich was special'y constructed for this feature production, in the snow- j bound vastnesses ot' the Adirondaks. Several dog teams aoid a pack of fer- ocious timber wolves are seen in sev- eral exciting scenes in this locale. One of tlie New York scenes shows a >Cew Year's Eve party in full swing 1 at-lhe famous Murray's restaurant. "'The Girl and the Game will also be shown. AtStarland j Slaclyn Arbuckle, the famous Amer- i lean actor, will be seen at Starland j tonight and tomorrow, in "The Reform Candidate." The story of the play is ;-esp-follows: j Fraofc Grandell, "prho heads the "re- form" licket and is trying to smash j "Boss'- Hoke's political machine sends j his-'lieutenants to pry into Hoke's pri-1 Yale life ia the hope of unearthing I soirie damaging scandal. Their curi- osiiy aroused by the mysterious par- of Mav Hoke, the adopted j daughter of the politician, they corner i a half-witted fellow i devotion the "Boss" has won i kindness, but he dies before extort the secret. Grandell j thpn offers the "Boss" SI5.000 for his siigport and he, determined to crush 1 his" enemy, accepts the money aiid'j then defies the "reformer" to enforce j the bargain. Grandell's wife, comes her husband's nefarious in- I trig-be, and wh'ile there discovers th'at j her long lost fcaoy is ia realiU adopted daughter ot the Boss this-splendid five-reel i: feature, the latest War Gazette will j be shown. j Tonight Tomorrow FOUR BIG ACTS JEAN WARDLEY in Jack sketch, "Diamond Daisy." NINE REAL ARTISTS Su (J) s o >n: o HELEN SAVAGE WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT Oirl- for general; Jiouso work. Apply 31" i-'th St.'S. general servant. South. 154-U assistant. j Apply IL'OI 7th Avi Boy as Apply at Y. M. C. _____ oiiceTii good competent maid. Apply at G20 12th St. S.. delivery wa- gon. Apply Ten-ill Floral Co. 154-1 girl or woman forgeii- ural housework, on farm. Apply; box 31. Lelhbridge.___________ once, smart boy for law office. Apply t'onybeare. Church. McArtuur Davidson. 1M-0. boy to. learu tho. print- 11; trade. Apply Kverall Sinnott Block. F.ranks, 153-1 salesman to work in gent's furnishing department. Apply at once. Western -Mercantile Co. __________14S-0 Tor fight house' Ave. S. Phone 153-V TO nico fully nlortorn five robin house, moderate rent. Apply I 128 16th St. North.____________149-G TO furnished room for either business man or.woman. Applj 4302 7th. Ave. South. ____ICl-f ni fs li Bti bed roqhis, suitable for light house ping, Coupio without-children pro terrcd. Apply Box 42, Herald. IM-b t'O Largo, well I'urnlshot room, suitable for one or two gentle' men. Breakfast If desired, 023 llth Street. South. t'll-O c TO locutcil (i room ed fully moilorn cottage, nowly rono viit'eil throughout, with gurago am: hcu; hoiise A simp. Apply Owner 1000 2nd Ave. South. nicely furnished with uyo oC lurgo bath room uiil kitchen. Eight minutes' walk from post ofllce or cor line. Woman with Box 31, children preferred. Apply Herald. FOR 'OR SALE OH house nd burn on 12th Street, one block rova FleetwoocI school. Phone 516, Banners' Lumber Co. FOR 'Player Piano goocli order, for quick salo Uason Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, ,th St. South. 146-0 girl work. Apply 11110 oth lOl'l. with know ledge of book-keeping. Apply in hand writing, stating experience and salar; expected. Box-32 Herald. country, fflfeat andh pro vision store, young' man -as.genera assistant, one experienced in -vineai cutting and used to horses preferred Apply W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, Al- berta, or Phone 24 Diamond City. once, ;i man ing a knowledge of salesmanship, and who can furnish references' 'as to reliability, character, etc. Salaried position and permanent. Apply in per- ;on between 7 and Higinbotham Block. o'clock; room 3 153-2 ana women to learn barberins. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. In. iormation, book of instructions mall ed free. Calgary Barber College, S16 Centre' St, near C.P.R. depot STRAYED From 'Grassy one fqark bfty mare, weight 1000 Ibs.. branded left shoulder, "R" on right hip. reward tor information leading to re- covery. Ben Barangi, care of 0. T. Latlirop. Grassy Lake. v-'151-5 At the Orpheum Manager Hanson ,is to be congrat- ulated on the. excellent show he has booked for his popular theatre, the Orpheum, for June 12-13th. Helen Savage Co., will head the them all. This act has been featurec all The pretty girls and a idJni.piier an act that is pretty to see, pleasant to hear, something so different. Their act consists Dill. Miss Savage and her company j songs and Scotch and Irish pipe selections. Jean Wardley Co., present largest and most wonder- ful snapshooting act in all vaude- Jean Wardley Co., in Diamonc ville. Miss Savage is not only the j Daisy have a sketch which gives ai: youngest of all the world-famed shoot- j the members oample scope to show ers'but is said to be the fairest of. their ability. Wardley herself is a brilliant star of the speaking stage and -won for herself an envi- i albe-repntation while being starred in the Rosary. She. makes a Quick change at the climsjc of her act that is This'act will be' enjoy- every one. i Buster Bailey- offer the Synco- pated hotel., an act that is replete with talking and dancing. If you Tvant to forget your cares for then do not miss this act. These two boys are a pair of colored enter- tainers stand "with out an etjual. Their singing and dancing is all that could, be wished for. As comedians they ar.e great. If they were to get paid a. royalty on' each laugh they eaifse, they "would soon be rich. Their act Has a unique finish where one OR does an impersonation of a love-sick girl. I DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER _.- Please nphFy PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Ret-urned. Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, __ J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy.J light and power" Edmonton's civic utilities show a deficit of The only depart- J-ment which is paying is the electric AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS on Thursday, June 15 1 O'CLOCK SHARP EIGHT MILES EAST OF NEW DAYTONJ TEN MILES NORTH OF WARNER, SOUTH-EAST QUARTER SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 17. J HORSES. Weight IL'50 Ibs. .1 Bay Mare 1 Black Mare 1 Bay Gelding; 1 Black'' Mare...............f........ 1 Bay Oeiding 1 Bay Gelding 1 Bay Gelding 1 Black Gelding1 AH broken to harness. 1 Gelding, 1 year. 3 Setts ot team harness.' IMPLEMENTS .Age years 1200 12oO 1300 1400 1400 1700 1500 1 Massey Harris Binder. .1 Cockshutt Gang Plow -12 i 1 4-Secdon Iron Harrow. l.Lumber Wagon and Tank. 1 IfUEuber .1 Democrat Buggy. 1 Sulky Plovv, 14-inch. 1 .Massey-Harris Cultivator. 1 Harrow Cart. 1 'Hay Rack. 1 Cart. Forks, and other articles cash, the .balance payable on -January 1st, 1917, with approved Joint notes'with 8 por cent on all credit amounts, or 8 per cent, off for'cash on ali credit amounts. CHRIS. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. No at the proprietor has sold his farm.'1 DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Freight Sh.Ji PHONES: Office......-----V 116) Stablei.......... 4084 PonyExpress and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE 408 Fifth Street South rUOUC <064 DRAYINQ OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED Martin Transfer Phone 1386 PROMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. LOS'rWFroni.iGoaljIiurot, years Branded over" quarter circle on left reward for return to Ed. Barlanda, Coalhurst. AI berta'. small 'bunch of 'sheep on C. P. R. Colony.'If not cleaned mmm C. P. R. colony. If not claimed in ten days will be disposed of. Apply Shep- herd, C. P. R. Colony, Coaldale. 153-6 LOST From Pioneer Livery, hay horse, 1450 Ibs., branded right hip. Wire cut scar on right knee. reward. Frank Thomas, Retlaw, or P. A. McBean, Taber. j61.6 dark bay mare, branded left hip, and.l bay colt 1 year old at side; one black-horse, lame left hind leg; 1 chestnut mare branded on left thigh Reward for information. C. Godsalve, Commerce P. 0., S. W. Vt 13-ll-224th. -149-5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS or plowing for ten teams. Apply box 45i, Lethbridge. 161-6 mining machinery and mining rails. Apply box 2345, Cal- gary, Alta. lol-li beating, window cleaning, garden digging, etc. Apply 216 3rd Ave. South. 149-6 WANTED A good driving Horse, buggy and harness, complete or sep- arate. Apply Box 19, Herald. 153-1 commerclaJ traveller, six-room modern bouse, furnished. Apply Box 24, Herald. 153-3 ranchers, eggs an'd butter. Write, stating. McLeod, Sandon, Money tp Loan W. F. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge, .Alberta Abundance Seed Oats 45 to 100% Germination in Six By Government' Laboritory Per Bushel gA Price DUC Seed Potatoes Gold Coin, Burbank, Green Mountain and-' .other -stand- ard varieties Per ton F. o. co., (Successors to Hyde Corner 2nd Ave, 12th St A. Phone 1244; FOR piano, worth ust .slightly used, now ?295.00. Mason 'Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, oth St. Soutli. 14C-C FOR passenger Ford car in first class condition, a snap. Also house to rent. per month, "-fully modern. 537 12th Street B North. Ap- ply Box 44 Herald. FOR Craig piano. In Al condition, cost 1650. S200 cash takes it, this 'week only. City 2nd Hand Store, 406 5th Street S. Phone 1428. FOR Bradbury motorcycle in first class condition; original cost Can be had at a bargain. City 2nd Hand Store. 406 Sth Street South. Phone 1428. FOR paying business, yool .room and barber shop, also extra pool tables, typewriter and 'gramo- phone. Easy terms. Apply J. M. Pil- chak, Standard Bank Bldg., 13th St. .Npnh Lethbridge. 149-6 J'QR single brass mount- ed bed complete, clean and in good condition. Would exchange for other furniture. Can be seen at 1155 10th St. South. 151-6 FOR passenger Russell tburing car. Russell Knight engine, model R-1915; equipment good, car rp- -centiy overhauled, in good running condition, to be seen at Henderson Jarage. Terms reasonable... .up "to 24 ibsi; in splendid condition. Stoves and ranges, and a store full of high class furniture. See us aud save money. Hand Store, 406 5th Street South. Phone 1428. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes duate of th'p" Pennsylvania Orth- ojjROdlo Institiita. Medical Massage ayrnr.aWicsV Elec- tf'lijal Vlbja'Utry and Therapeutic Light Treafufeuts. Electrolysis; and Shampooing. Treatments given ;by appointuieut only. Room 1, Hull Blk CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 4 Smith and Juno B. you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments aud get well. Consul- tation free. Office in residence, 90.3 7tlrAve. S..-hours 9.30 to 6: 7 10 9. Plume 1677. 115-26 .PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and .Maternity Homo. Sepcial rates giv- en