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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHHIUDGE D A II-V II E It A L D FRIDAY, TONE 18, 1915 TONIGHT Songs by Miss Lmiar. Richards and the popular Lyric Quartette CHARLES CHAPLIN-EMPRESS v__ _. _ ..AM! __ i TONIGHT TONIGHT ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES WILLIAMS AND WATSON VERSATILE ENTERTAINERS ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA BEST IN THE WEST Web (tf rate Three Part Feature; Thrilling Westerner She Winked Joker Comedy Ninety Black Boxes Two Part Feature taken from the story of Geo, Howard Ben- son in Century Magazine. every Child a Box of Candy; Adults, Box of Chocolates to holder of the Lucky Coupon Ticket TONIGHT NEXT MONDAY, JUNE 21st "THE SINEWS OF WAR" THREE ACTS OF INTENSITY GETTING THE CHIEF'S GOAT" "OLD ISAACSON'S DIAMONDS" NEW RIDE ON A DUNAWSY THE BATTLE OF SNAKEVILLE LAST NIGHT OF THE PONY CONTES All Coupons Must Be Registered Hundred Votes With Every Ticket Today. MONEY t S MONEY S S S MONE STARLAND SHETLAND PONY CONTEST The Shetland' Pony contest at Slarlaml linislirs. tonight at Kvory competitor is to liauii in their, votes tonight as early as possible to enable I lie scrutineers to jH't the lists made up and 1111- nonnce the winner, whose name will also hi- published in tomorrow's Her- ald, and Ihe pony will he presented to the popular girl or hov at nine o'clock on Monday night nest- All competitors "are reminded Hint every Uriel purchased today gets a coupon for one hundred votes. STRONG BILL AT VARIETY strung hill oi entertaining pic- tures will" be seen at' Variety today Money, a two-part adaptation oi Sir Htilvca Lytton's famous play and no-i vel'oi the same name. Money, the root of all evil some men shed their i blood to obtain some of flic root, others will sell Ilicir sor.is lor it. i Just what they do in this stirring two-part feature will krep you m momentous suspense from, beginning to end. The Hearst-yells; Weekly, showing ai: the latest news and views from everywhere with lhc latest fash- ions of Lady Duff Gorden. The Snail- ville Volunteers, a screamingly tunny comedy that will make you laugh till your sides ache. A New Shatlr at Green, a farce comedy lliat cannot fail to pleaso the most jaded plioto- I play goer. On Saturday a special ice cream" matinee will be run when a free ice cream will if given to every kiddie attending. SHERLOCK BUILDING OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building in tho West. Coolest rooms in summer. Fire and Bound-prooC construc- tion. Elevator service every day or the year from S a.m. to 10 p.m Riiiinlug wntcr in all suites. Gas Installation for domestic use. Furnishing by arranseinent. All enquiries at the building any elevator bell in hall. WANT ADS Money Money Money Money Money A Two Part Adaptation of Sir Buiwar Lytton's Famous Play and Novel of the Same Nsme At Big Show for Small Money, HEARST-SELIG WEEKLY All the LatMt News and Views from Everywhere. MATINEES 5c OF SIDE-SPLITTING COMEDY EVENINGS 10c F E Special Free Ice Cream for the Kiddies Saturday MONEY MONEY S MONEY MONEY S I COMPANY OF IMITATORS Timely Extra Feature MILITARY AND NAVAL MANOEU- VRES IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE 35c; 50c. Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co. SPECIAL CHAPLIN COMEDY AT THE EMPRESS The feature at the Empress tonight will be a special two-part production by the Keystone company, featuring Charles :Chaplin, supported by an un- usually good company ol Keystone artists. These two-part comedies re- ceive particular attention in their preparation and production, and the inimitable Charles will be seen ai GILBERT REORGANIZE Well Known Firm Under New Management. The firm of Sewsome and Gilbert, Toronto law and commercial station- ers, so long and favorably known throughout Canada, has been reci'.itly re-organized. The business, under (he same name, will be carried on by Mr Wnllis Dunn and Mr. George W. Woodland, who have taken o-.er the assets, good-will, plates, dies. of the old company. Tlicae gentlemen have long 'been connected with the Newsome and Gilbert business, anil their many customers and friends will be glad to know that the man- I'll send you a maid who will come well recom- mended, who will fit Into the hotlichold and provo to be a iplendld servant. A Public Meeting will In1 held in llio Y, M. C. A. "Building on Monday, tho J2.1sl insl., to select a coin- ill en hi make nrnmgo- incMils for M, Dominion Day Cc'lelii'iition, All so-' delies and organisations are urged to lia'vo repre- sentatives there. AV. D. L. HA-HPTE. tyrifjht. AWANTAD. in Da Fortlt Partf.) 1 TEACKERS ANTED Notice to Public Commencing with Sat- urday, Time 19th. the Ex- tra Bine Car will be run his best. There will be many other attrac- tions in the way of comedy and dra- ma, all the best obtainable, and songs, by Miss Lillian Richards. The I Lyric Quartette will also sing at eight, and again at ten. Carries Lethbridge Flag Through Thick of Battle The following interesting letter has gaps in their ranks. were laying L- "i- ju billets in Ypres on the 31st April been written to tho Herald by Pte. F Lay a former Lethbridge boy, who is attached, to the 10th Batta- lion Pte. Lay wrote the letter from a hospital in Surrey, Eng. He was wounded in the battle of Hill 60, getting shrapnel wounds in the leg and back. He says he has with him a Lethbridge pennant which he has carried through the thick of the fight- ing. He says in part: "Dear Sir. a line to let you vnow that some of us Leth- bridge boys have come through the CLOSE RANGE ACQUAINTANCE WITH LONG RANGE GUNS Tn response to a constant stream Applications will be received by the and s at I Oil Mine Tiiy-dayS Olllv Notice to Painters and uon-Union Paint- ers to know by actual count that there are ten Painters per 1000 in-' habitants in Great Falls, Con- ditions bad. all assistant (female) in Dayton Consolldnted School. .vppllcants to apply In person, if possible, to Mr. K W. Risinger. chair- man of School Board, New Dayjon, Alberta. SITUATIONS VACANT Xewjaml not every Saturday us heretofore. AirjMIUi: rjEID. Commissioner. "or overman for PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE when the battle first started. They dropped 'Jack Johnsons' in Ypre; that, made an awful wreck, for nun- dreds of yards around. It was a inquiries Lyman H. Howe will_________________________.----------- heart-breaking sight to see the old I present at the Majestic next Mon-1 OUPERFLOUS HAIR men and women who couij! hardly day, Tuesday ami Wednesday, a scr-: walk, making for dug-outs in the country, and women with children all around' them. "The Belgian people bhink oi coal mine In country, or will sell or lease to good party. Write Boxji i Lethbridge Herald. general ply 542 7tll St. S. AND ATROCITIES OF 'THE GREAT WAR-Canada's Sons at the forefront of battle. Most thnll- book LOST AND FOUND brown leather suit case containing laundry, 'between Leth- bridge Exchange and Palace -Oontec- tiouerv Return to Hex Transfer. plain gold tend bracelet on 4th Ave. between Y.Jf.C.A. and 12th me peigiun tjeopit: L-umiv m iut uaiuesnip in actio )f 'Tommy' and put their full confi-j fighting lop, and lence in him That in due time he tion and firing of will drive the Hun from their coun- __ _ __J15 rnrOUgn LUC me nim iiuui UUCLL I.UUU- for Hill 60. It was try. i saw the beautiful churches at of the boys will Ypres with holes big enough to drive something that some o.--------, not forget for years to come, the ones who came through it with just a hole or two in them are consider- ing themselves lucky to get away from the battle field of slaughter and the terrific dm of the cannons and rifle fire. I saw scenes after we made a' charge for our guns on the 22nd oi April that would make a man's blood curdle, but we gallantly ac- complished tbe task given us iu spite of tbe deadly machine gun fire that told-theiprice we paid for the recap- ture of the guns by the neit morn- ing's roll call. The Germans lost far heavier as our maxims made, awful ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee -to you regarding your Ice supply. RATES 10 duly....12.00 per month Ibs. per month JO per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. a team and wagon through. I got UUIy uu; auu some dandy souvenirs. I found a raatic nature trained to the strain in Prussian Guard's rifle and brought it the gun turret can withstand .the to England with a saw bayonet and; deafening roar and shock. Conse- other curiosities that will always re-; quently Mr. Howe was particular of scenes showing military and naval manoeuvers in England and France. The scenes depict a British battleship in action seen from the also the manipula- ___ ___ ___ig of the big guns as seen at close range. All the grim realities of actual naval warfare are portrayed save the shedding oi blood. Only' the coolest and most phlcg- jfcttr K.M._ Holrnel graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic Institute, Medical Masaas" and Gymnastics eal Vibratory and Therapeutic Ligni Treatments, Electrolysis and Snam- pooing Treatments pointment only. Room 1. "Ui-_____ PRIVATE HOSPITAL mind me oi Hill 60. I also get assign ri this job peach of a bullet wound in my leg who wotild he "as cool while filming and a shrapnel wound in the back. ttu. "saivos" as when photographing "I lucky to get to a hospital tnc loading processes. only a stone's :throw from my home. My people come and see me twice VAUDEVILLE AT ORPHEUM week with all kinds of fruit and i ctenEe of Dictnres ami ananrs .1. disabled for life, fine big stalwart Crests _ the ,at- t kind "to'me here; the ward was full! of visitors on Sunday, and the boys! call me 'Canadian Jack.' I had my hands full Sunday talking to strar.g-___________________________ ers, as I had a flag with Lelhbridge, Qur CITY DYEING AND CLEANING Canada, pinned on the cot. I have; WORKS have the most modern carried it with me since I left, and steam Cleaning and French Dry -----tj u. -----M Cleanjng piant jn southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. T S Funeral Director and Embaliner; also agent for tbe Somerrllle Marble Gran te Works, oE Calgary. Office opposUo Court House. Phone Real, dence 254 7th Aye. S, PhoBe.ll76. Open clay and night. Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY GRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMPVED 632 would not lose it for the world. We, j have a lovely ground to roam around in if one is able to get up, which I am not, worse luck, but we are happy with no Germans to bother jjHE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS us, although we had two Germans South. Phone 746. MEDICAL up- imi iiparc sDirn it uuuiv im UU.L fitter Goin, like wildfire. Bonanza Street A S. Will finder please return for leprcsentaUves. Only Bi8 j to_1238_4tl, Ave. Soutb. lnf.-0 1 terras. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucner. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. SherlOCK Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours Office Phono 319; Residence 1080. DP. Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phoneg: Office 341, Re- sidence DENTAL UNDERTAKING DR. M. J, graduate of Royal' College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder ol a Dominion S v HURST, EMBALMER FUN- 'ERAL 3rd Ave. 3. Phoue 1S03. Opsn night and day. PIANO TUNING G H CRIPFS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory expsrience. HOB- Certifleate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Gth Ave. A .South. DR. L. T. (successor to Dra. Courtlee uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Bloclt. Phone 1165, Letnbridee, Alta. DBS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Houra: 9 to 5. Office, Big- inbotham Block. Phone DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surf-cms, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College cf Physicians (Ixredon.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: '-8 Iligin- botham Block. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cirtful and Prtmpt one ward. "You should have seen the Germans beat it when the boys got. through; tbe bush after recapturing the guns.! Some one shoutedl "Gome on the others, "come on the Cana- dians." Everybody got excited. After! they got going hell couldn't stop i them and the Germans knew it. j "After we heard they had crucified one of our sergeants, the fifteen pris- oners we had soon got a quick shift. Our C. p. was shot through both legs and died of wounds. A finer col- onel'could never have been found. There are five of the I.elhbridgc boys in our battalion who were wounded. Odds Were Great We never tr.rr-v tiial- oi us were holding back a.German force, of till days after the first bat- tle for Hill 60. 'The ground where the Germans had retreated was a hor- rible sight, as their dead thick as we advanced over the top of them. The Germans threw up star shells in the .night and dropped them where our wounded were the thickest, and then fired on them. That made the boys so wild they all wanted to make another charge, but we did not have, the say. We did all that was asked of us and a little LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, ?8.1o; cattle, ?7.25. Ifontreal: Hogs, cattle, J8.SO. Chicago: HOBS, cattle. IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED 1899. WRBsowx PtfeBDuBiK.f tuWTZD CLEANING AND BY'EING THE 6th Et'. S., opposite Herald, are specialists in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair ing and altering our specialties. Rig calls and delivers.. Phone 1812. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue North. _____ DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat ora, Paperhangers and Painters; Kaisomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest Painters in Lethbriiise. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Loth bridge, Alta. 150 NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who has 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. 6lh St. Herald Office. W. A. HENDERSON COV. Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all its Audit, Secretarial, Ad- vlsory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Invej. Ugatlona, Llduidatlont. Acadia Building, Resilient p J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Accountant (Sr.et) aml women to learn the barber trade: wages while learn- ing- tools furnished, graduates make big' money Catalogue free. Moler his money uataiosue uuu. muim JM.. Barber College -601-A Centre Street. SALE, A corner iTt, 239-0 lots 33 and 34, block 141. corner 12th Calgary, Alts, MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE lots 33 and 34, block 14 I. corner 12th St. A N. and 4th Are. N. Best cash offer secures this close in property. FOR per 100 South._______________ limited slightly used Singer Sewing -Machines Price 525 eaeli. Singer Sewing Ma- chine Co.! 512 4th Ave. S. owner, 2C3 Jlaple St., Earles __------_------------------------, owner, Early Ohio Potatoes: i p 0 Vancouver, B. C. .tbs. Apply 913 (ith St. number of SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE set of Americana, good aa new. IS volumes. Arthur R. Wilson, Boswell, B, C. Dental 'Certificate. Offlce: in 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. j FOR SA'LE-Second Bicycles in first class order from 510 up. Tires for baby sizes stocked. Repairs called for and delivered. Lethbridge Cycle Co., 110 3th Street South. FOR Airedale male pups. Inquire Box 404, Mill: River, Alberta. FOR" store'mll of high class second hand furniture. Why pay a fancy price for new furniture when we can sell you for half the original cost- We invite your inspection. City Second Hand Store, 40G 5th St. FOR not buy a Singer AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on .reasonable terras. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the fur- niture Co., 404 13th St. N. 1023. Residence Phone 535. Down- town office at tbe Lethbrldge-Wey- bum Realty Co. Phone 1173. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY Seed Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- ioads or lens. Inquire for .quota- tions. Storage space for rent. Frost proof basement for perishable- goods. Hyde ft Saunders. Phone 1244. P. 0. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and ilota.il Dealers In all kinds of falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Bran and Feed. M. Mediation and C. McClenaghan, 2nd .Ave. South; Phone 49G, Lethbridgo, SHOE REPAIRING Sewing' Machine' Terms '50 cents a AND BOARD-For young mj week Singer Sewing Machine Co. in modern house: good locaMty: mo, 512 4th Ave. S. P.O. Box 86. erate terms. Apply oOl Htn SL FOR Silent Sales- .__.__ men; one N'o. 5 Underwood Type- T ANEOUS writer in good condition; one set of I Chambers' Encyclopaedia. Good bar- .by experlencea gains. See us. City Second Hand fees 510 week: can go Store. 406 5tli St. Soutlr. elther-town or country well I __i _i A Rn-r Hfiralll Notice To Public _ TO room house, corner ol 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S., equipped with gas, suitable for lodging house. Reasonable roiit to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply G. B. Bowman Agency. Acadia Bide., 3rd Avenue S.; Phone 1325. TO a good room witn all modern conveniences, steam thower batlif, plunge, tapply Y. LEASE __ will ibny largo grazinp lease, with or without stock, tat. cash. Must' be closed lease, plenty water and shelter. Write Fred P.- Filteini, Royal Bank Chambers, Calgary. 106.12 THIS PAGE OOES TO PRESS AT I O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. ;