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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGETWO TUB LETHWKIDGE DAILY HERALD Hon. J. F.Rutherford MEMBER NEW YORK BAR. WHO WILL DELIVER HIS FAMOUS LECTURE "Where Are the IN THE Majestic Theatre This Evening Thl. Lecture i. attracting Great Attention vyherever It Is delivered. Laat Mr. Rutherford addressed two big meetings in Calgary, over 3000 people were present. The Theatre Will Open at'" o'clock, the Lecture to Promptly at 8. Ill Welcome. No Collection. TONIGHT IN TUNE WITH THE WILD A Big Selig Three Reel Feature TONIGHT HIS LORDSHIP PROPOSES A NESTOR COMEDY. FACES IN THE NIGHT A STIRRING DRAMA LAST THREE NIGHTS OF THE PONY CONTEST ONE HUNDRED VOTES WITH EVERY TICKET TODAY CHARLES FROHMAN PRESENTS MARIE DORO In Greatest .Stage Triumph. THE MORALS OF MARCUS FIVE BIG ACTS The Famous Novel and Play by William J. Locke Other Pictures of quality will include: FAY TINCHER IN A SCREAMING KOMIC "ETHEL GAINS CONSENT" "Across The Way Princess" SPECIAL DRAMA POPULAR SONGS BY MISS LILLIAN RICHARDS, AND MR. GEO. E. FLEMING, POPULAR BARITONE. KIGHT HOX. HERBERT II. ASQUITH TONIGHT ORPHEUM SHUTTERS FOUR: PART UNIVERSAL GOLD SEAL. PRODUCED FROM THE FAMOUS BOOK BY CLARA LOUISE BURNHAM; MASTERPIECE IN ITSELF "SHAVED IN CAPTAL PWZE MEXICO" PAIR PURE BRED DUCKS ELKQ SCREAMING COMEDY ORPHEUM BEST IN THE WEST VAUDEVILLE ACT DELUXE Next Monday, June 21st Lyman H. Howe's celebrated Travel Festival will be at the Majestic Theatre on Monday, Tuesday and Wed- needay next week. This is an attrac- tion with an international reputation, and will be veil worth a visit. THE NURSING MISSION PnTldn viiiling nurses for mater- llty and all medical and surgical eMM contagious itad according to the cir- of the patient. Poor for free of charge. Graduate nunes for privaU duty alfa prorlded. For further partic- iiUn applr to the Nursing Mis- 413 14th St. S, Phone 1233. (MIH) A. M. Tlllay, RSM Grad. Nurit. 4. Ona. Hurte Three Days NEW RIDE ON A UNAWAY Ei-ko comedy, ''Harold in lull of liye interest and a laugh every minute. Coming Thursday.' a vaudeville act of Williams AVatsoii, a very clever, team, formerly on big time. On this same day there will be in attend- jance the regular county .store. The i capital prize will be one pair of piire- 'bred ducks. The Orpheum orchestra is always in attendance with the very i best of music. COMPANY OF IMITATORS Timely. Extra Feature MILITARY AND NAVAL MANOEU- VRES !N ENGLAND AND FRANCE 35c; 50c. Seats Now Selling at Medley Drug Co. "THE MORALS OF MARCUS" In "The Morals of the Em- press'presents one of the successes of Marie Doro, one of the most popular, actresses on tee Metropolitan in the principal Its production by the Famous Players Film Co. is a guarantee that nothing; is lacking, either in acting or background. The picture were produc- ed under the direction of Charles Froh- who was one of the victims of the 'DuHltania outrage. There will, of course, be other pic- tures of the uniformly excellent qual- ity at the' Empress, among which will be'Tay a good comedy from the Kleine studios, and "Across the a Pincus drama. There will be songs by Miss Rich- ards and Mr. Geo. E. Fleming, both of whom are exceedingly popular with the theatregoers of Lethbridge. STARLAND Owing to carelessness on the part of its last exhibitor, "The Black Box" did not arrive, as scheduled for today, but will positively be shown tomor- row night. Manager, Wiasls is more than sorry to disappoint the fol- lowers of this most popular serial, but the miahap is no fault of his. A rcally fine programme will bo given tonight, the feature of which will be the three- reel Se1ig production "In Tune With the and other good pictures will aupport it. One hundred votes will be given for the pony contest, as us- tonight. ORPHEUM THEATRE A complete change of pictures greets the theatre-goers at the popular play-house tonight. A four-part Uni- versal 'inaaterpJece, "The Open Shut- fs a. powerful story taken from the ifamqiifi- of that name by Burnham. A screaming WANT ADS TEACHERS WANTED Applications will bo received by the undersigned up till July 1st. 1915, stating qualifications and salary for the iiosltlons of principal (male) and an assistant (female) In tho New Dayton Consolidated School. Applicants to appiy In person, if possible, to Mr. IU W. Kislngor, chair, man of School Hoard, Now Dayton, Alberta. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1015 WANTED IJvo wire to net as Agent high grade Urea. State experioncu, also give re- ferences. Box -II, Herald olllac. SITUATIONS VACANT general scrvaiit_._Ap- _____________ Housekeeper, middle- aged or elderly woman: three in faniilr. mother out all day. Good home to right party. Phone 1C57 and arrauee Interview. and wife suek work on farm, experienced in all farm work, woman good plain cook. Apply Box 1C servant to work on farm 10 miles from city. Good wages. Apply Hox 20 Herald. OF TI1K GREA-T Canada s bor.s at the lorotront of liattlc. Most thrill- ing and heart stirring book ever wiittcD. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only Big terms. Sample book Tree. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn the barber trade: wnges while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduate! make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 604-A Centro Street. Calgary, Alt.. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Airedale male pups. Inquire Box -KM, Milk River, Alberta. fuTfoTtiigh class second hand furniture. Why pay a I fancy price 1'or'new furniture when we can sell yon for half the original cost. Vv'e invite your inspection. City Second Hand Store, 401! 5th St. South. FOR good store show- cases, one No. S Underwood Type- writer in good condition; one set. of Chambers' Encyclopaedia. GooTJ bar- gains. See us. City Second Hand Store. 406 5tli St. South. Who has organized the most remarkable cabinet in British history, consists of 13 Liberals, S Unionists and 1 Laborite, and Lord Kitchener. PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR Cycle, good run- ning order: cash. Apply to D. E. MacDonald, FOR typewriter, first class shape, lately cleaned and overhauled. Forty-live dollars.. Phone 624 or address'Box 12, Herald. .118-13 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO by the month. Apply Box 44 Herald. MASSAGE LAWRENCE GINNELL, M. P. Who attacked the coalition and the Premier in the House recently. Though an Irish member Ginnell does not give allegiance to either the Red- mond' cr O'Brien group. He repre- sents himself and is frequently ir- reconcilable. DYEING AND CLEANING WO_RK3_ Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and .French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 414, beside Fire Hall. THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS- IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED 1899. NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who haa had 20 years' experience in Making and Repairing Bicycles WANTS YOUR WORK. Every piece of'work turned out guaranteed to give satisfaction. Tires and all Accessories stocked. 6th St. Herald Office. 6UPERFUOUS HAIR REIYIOVED- K.M. Holmet graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortno- padic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics cal Therapeutic Ligm Treatments, Electrolysis and pooing Treatment given W P pomtment only. Room HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Hrem'. Private Hospital and SaSmSy Home. Special rate. glv_ en on application. South. Phone DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucner. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1353. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 12SS Sixth Avenue. Office hours Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DP. Bye.- Nose and Threat; 11! Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phonee: Office 341, Re- sidence S93. UNDERTAKING T Funeral Director aad Bmbalmer; for the Somerville Marble works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone Real, dence 2S4 7th Ave, S. Phone 11.6. Open day and nignt. S Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Aw. 8. Phone 1802. Open night and PIANO TUNING G EXPERT TUNER- "Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience, won- ours CertificatD MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Gth Ave. A South. CLEANING AND DYEING THE 6ttt St- S., opposite the Herald, are specialists in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair- ing and altering our specialtiM. Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat ors. Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, Alta. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridge Medidn, Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountants Accountancy in all Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Acadia Building, Lethbridge Resident R J. RITCHIE PATIRSON, Charturad Accountant (Sr.ot) MEDICAL DENTAL TO RENT JJ LOST AND plain Bold baud nrucolol on 1th Ave. between Y.J1.C.A. and 12tli hlroul A S. Will llmlor please return