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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlDGf DA1LT HEKALJ EMPRESS TONIGHT em PUIPIIN broth" 3111 IllllirUn er Chat., in Ripping Keystone THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1915 EMPRESS TONIGHT THE POPULAR LYRIC QUARTETTE Mitt LILLIAN RICHARDS, Your' favorite BILLIE RITCHIE Master Rogues of Europe Big 0 Three Part In England and of Treachery and Intrigue The Other Woman Three Modern Drama Pitting the'-WMas of a Beautiful Dancer against that of i Faithful-Wife. WHO WINS? COMING FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY-NASHVILLE STUDENTS COLORED MINSTRELS. VARIETY nT IN HIS GREATEST SUCCESS Charlie Chaplin Tiie jjtney Elopement A 2-Part Essany Scream ______ BIG MOVIE 7 Reels of Biggest, Best and Cheapest Show, for Adults 10e, Children 5c, Box Seats (reserved) 15c. COMPLETE CHANGE OF-PROGRAM The Living Fear TWO ACTS On The High Seas TWO ACTS A Lesson in Temperance, Love knows no Law TOMORROW Bunny's Brother "BLACK BOX' MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT AT. 8.30 London, June S3.-The British VVnr Oilice soon will supply to the men in the front trenches elaborate helmets anil respirators with which to with- stand German attacks of poisonous "as. The crude respirators used at first will he replaced by two models ot gas one type for artii- Icrv and machine-sun men, the other for the iniantry. The former is much more complete; comprising a helmet like that of a diver, with mica win- dows lor Mio eyes and a heavy res- pirator over the mouth and nose, kept damp with chemicals from a small tin reservoir under the crown. The iniantry helmet aiso covers the whole head anil face and has win- dows for ths eyes, hut the respirator is a simple pad' of cotton waste large cnoush to last for an hour without replacing.' Each soldier will carry two extra pads to enable him, it is calculated, to remain for three hours in the gas fumes without being dis- abled. The simplest antidote for gas at- tacks, according to a Canadian, cor- poral of artillery who has written to the Hi-v C. R. Currant of Freestone R.-'ctorv, Suliolk, is a big chew of to- bacco, which each lakes when tl Canadian soldier is coming. NEWS F.KOM 2-15 Two-KlltMii, June Mr. ami Mrs. S. Harrows have been visiting relatives and friends in this commun- ity lor the past week. Miss Gila Snal'P, o! Swectgrass, Jlont., is visiting her brother, L. K. Snapp anil family. F. G. Smith and family were Sun- day visitors at LCD Haer's. !ast Sun- day. Mrs. Countryman entertained a number of little folks Wednesday, June 16, in honor of her daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, it being her Marg IcinJa birthday anniversary. Kev. Orth filled his regular appoint- ment Sunday morning, July 13. Rev. Wagner, presiding elder of the Evangelical church, will eomluct.com- munion services at the Two-Fiileen school house Sunday morning, June 20th r.t Jl o'clock-. Honor class -ji Bethel Sun- day school, will he Sat- urday, June 18, beg'jinirig at 2 p.m. by Mrs. Lulu Mclndoc. Children's day program will be ren- dered Sunday evening, June 37th, at 8 o'clock-. The boys will meet Saturday even- ing, June. I'Jth, at 7.30, to organize a bov scout movement. A "number from 2-15 will assist at the temperance meeting in Milk Riv- er Friday, June 25. Rev. A. C. Bry- an. of Lcthbridge, will be chici speak- er the occasion. WANT ADS TEACHERS WANTED Applications be received by the undersigned up till .tiily 1st, stating qualifications and salary for tbe positions at principal (male) and an assistant (Ceraalo) in the New Dayton Consolidated School. Applicants to apply In person, if possible, to Mr. 1U W. Rislngor. chair- Perth, Ont., has a population of 3-180. -Father Jlartin .Callnghan, a prom- inent Montreal Roman Catholic priest, died recently. Henry O'Loughlin of St. Cather- ines has been appointed sheriff of Lincoln county, Ont. .__________ Alberta. of' School Board, New Dayton, SITUATIONS VACANT SALESMAN class, for Men's Department: Must bo.a hustler. Keferemccs required. B. .1. Hill Co. servant to work on" farm 10 mllos from city. Good vnges. Applv Bos 20 Mernld. general servant. Ap ply 542 7th St. S. WANTED-r-Strong Canadian Casualty Company now entering fire field, for residence insurance only: offers good contract to1 party able to write de- sirable line. O mjivmji-.o AND .ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT s bor.s at the forefront of 'battle. Most thnll- inz and heart stirring hook ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. B'6 terms. Sample'hook free. Winston Company. Limited; Toronto. Help Wanted Application will received by the undersigned, from men who have a knowledge of GEN- ERAL STORE BUSINESS to take charge of and conduct a for a feW rnohthl. Apply Immediately to the Bri- tish Canadian Truit Company. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Manager and Secretary. Phone or 1169' SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SAhE Or exchange for lot In City ot Ottawa, centrally located lot. In Lelbrlrigc. for particulars apply Uox 0, Herald. 1 _ TO 5 room house and barn on one acre or ground; clear of In- ciunbrances, for Coast stuff. Apply T. M. Huff, Room 10, Alberta Block, P. O. BOX .TO clear title lots In, North Ward assessed at for '12 or 1913 Model Ford or other make of automobile. Apply Box 102 Herald x I RUN PROFESSIONAL CARDS and women to learn the Darter trade, wages while Ing; tools furnished, graduates make lis money. Catalogue free. Molor Barber College. Centre Street. Calgary. Alta. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR good milk cow; [resh. Apnly J. Gregg, Diamond City. MASSAGE CHOWTM AND FLOWERS. fl Z0 1 BIO MEW' FEATURES COMPANY OF IMITATORS Extra Added Feature MILITARY AND NAVAL MANOEU- VRES IN ENGLAND. AND FRANCE Prices 25c, 35c and 50c I_______._______. HAIR I K.M. graduate ot tbe Pennsylvmm psdtc Institute, Medical_ and Gymnastics .cal Therapeutic UBni Treatments, Electrolysis and pooinj Treatment" or pointmeut only. Room 1. Hui, 'Attention! Colored Miastreli Famous Nashville Real Old Fashioned Minstrel Troupe At The Orphean FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HOWE'S FESTIVAL IS A RAOEAT Delivered Daily to all parts of the city Ws juirsntM to satisfy you regarding your supply. RATES 10 fbs. dally-----12.00 per month Jt IBS. daily... month 30 dally... .13-00 par month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. We Write HAIL INSURANCE In Good Reliable Com- panies with GENEROUS ADJUSTMENTS Phone or write us ami we will call on you. Wilson Skeith MNERAL- INSURANCE AND C. P. R. LAND AQENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDO. PHONE 1MI. For thoie who enjoy beautiful scen- ery, and appreciate the daring and jazardous experiences that the cam- era man goes through to get the many exciting scenes, and those who lie novelty cartoons, the Ljman H. Howe travel festival which played at the Majestic theatre last night, will be virtually a festival. More beauti- ful scenes 'than those oi picturesque Prance artistic scenes of Switzer- land, and" tie Algs, the enchanting cities Jn. Italy, and the Ven- ice, could not be filmed One oi these in particular, tbe ride on a runaway tram in the Alps 'was particularly interesting, and real. A company of imitators off stage mimicked to the finest point the souns of the train, asMt whizzed through the deep pass- es and the famous moan- tains. 31ore daring pictures, those oi tbe interior of Vesuvius, where t4ie cam- era men go down into the crater, and reaching the, flozr, film the inner cra- tet ana peer down into the abyss oi molten lava, were shown, as well as those taken from one ol the French military aeroplanes Tfie pictures were very clearly pho- tographed and colored mcelv, making them more real. In fact, they were so cleverly shown that the shooting of 'one of'the big guns on a British battle ship, had most oi the audience guessing whether a bomb had struck the building" or the guns actu- ally shooting." The remarkable marine study of a seacoast are undoahtedly the tri- umphs of photographic art, nothing m i. painter's drram could excel in artistic beauty tbe colored pictures. The. raging surf and such beautiful surroundings -are immense: The pictures were accompanied by piano music that excelled any play- ing m" Lethbridge for considerable time Classical music piayed by an artibt and keeps tbe audience in tone with the effect. Each sound depicted in the pic- tures were mimicked by a company ol imitators which gives added real- ism to the effect. To describe the pictures and do thsro justice one have to write a have to be seen to be appreciated. The Majestic should he filled to1 overflowing tonight, and those uho go, will come away as did tbe audience last night, full of praise enthusiasm; for the pictures. MISS VERA McLEOD WINS STARHNO PONY CONTEST The much sought after Shetland pony, given awav bv the Htarland theatre-for a. popularity, contest am- ong the boys anH girls of Lethbridge, was won by Miss Vera MoLeod, after very spirited and keen contest. "Kitchener" was formally present- ed to'.the- dainty and sweet; little win- ner ,ast night It was the intention of Manager Willis to have Mrs. Willis make the presentation, but owing to her pro- loniaJ and serious illness, she nable to do so, and the very pleas- ant duty fell to-tlie- manager's' lot. It may be remarked that there were only hree girl competitors entered against 5 boys, and Miss McLeod should feel lighly elated with, her success, and he will have a pony to be proud of n as' it is not only a horoughbred Shetland, hut is a very beautifully marked and classy pony. and she will have quite a pleasant ime riding and driving during the holidays, for the porty is broken to both. SPLENDID ROMANCE AT' THE EMPRESS In the Lasky production of David Belasco's romantic, drama, "The Girl] of the Golden tbe; pre- seats one of the finest romantic plays ever staged. .The part of "The as interpreted. by .Mabel, van Bnren, one of the most talented ot actresses, cannot be improved upon, while the support is excellent. The play is a romance :of the. Cali- fornia gold rush of '49. and is full of interest throughout. There 'are mo- ments of success, notably when "The Girl" plays poker with the sheriff for the life of Ramarrez, the bandit, and 'addition to this feature, there be two first-class Keystones, "Guzzle and "Killing -Hor- ace." Miss Richards and the popular Lyric Quartette- will both sing this evening. either' tmvn or'country cases; well recommended. Apply Bos 25_Her? aid offlce. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Vto Haarlem's HMPltml Maternity'Home, en on application South. Phone 748. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucber. Houra p.m. Offlce 914 Third Avenue. Fhone 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Offlce hours Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. Bye. Noie snd Throat; 11B Sherlock Bldg. Offlce hours ovenlnfs by ap- pois'tmen't. Pbonn: Omw 341, sldeoce fi93. u FP3ED FOR out any dirt oE foul seed: corn, barley and oats in equal parts at J35 per on Noblo Foundation Co., Noble- ford, Alta. FOR limited number of slightly used Singer Sewing Machines Price "t25 Singer Sewing Ma- chine Co., 512 S. 159-rfi DENTAL UNDERTAKING AT STAR LAND complete change of programme will take niace at Starland tonight, consisting of two two-reel features, ".The Living Fear" and "On the Hign Seas" both of them being highly in- teresting features. A .single-reel drama, "The and two comed- ies "The Lesson in Temperance" and "Love Knows No will also be screened. An interesting teature for tomor- row's bill, wfll He the two-reel com: edy. "Bunny's Little featur- ing Flora Finch and the late John Bunny. _____. T S Funeral. Director and Emtalmer: also agent for the Somerrille Marble fc Gran Works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone 561 .Resi- dence 284 7th Are. 3. 1176. Open day and night. S. V. HURST, EMBALMER 4 FUN- ERAl 3rd Are. S. Phone 1802. Open nlsbt and DR. M. graduate of Royal of DcnUl Bnneons. Toronto, and bolder ot a Dominion Dental Offlce: Roomn 6 and Bryan Block, 1071 R.'l_ T. (sueeaiiof to Dra. uate Unlveralty of Maryland. Booms 8 and Macdonald Block. Phone 11S5, Letbbrldgo, A1U. IRS. MARKS AND Successors to Dm. Stewart and Me- Clnre- J te 5. OfBce, flit lobotbam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. Q. mem ber of Royal Collate of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal ft Phrsioiana (London.) L.D.S. 1900 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. lilgin botham Block. PLVNO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Orfa'n Repairer; 20 "years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. London. England. Reference to tbe leading musicians of ths .city. Phono'1168. 1253 Gth Ave. A South, CLEANING ANO DYEING THE 6th 3t. S., the Herald, are spec-ialists in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair 'ing and altering our specialties Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. ICE Delivered Dally TERMS REASONABLE 'PHONE 701. Jno. Brodie Pony Express and transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYINO TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED Phone 632 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON will'continue giving piauo lessons during the bol idays. Special c sruoe shrdlil pun idays: Special course for those un able to study during winter. Htndio: 1226 Fifth Avenue A. South. Phone 1308.' -Ml PIANO TUITION FOR Kay 1401 1th Avenue North. DYEING AND CLEANING 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 444, beside Fire Hall. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COV. Lathbridga Hit Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Adv visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations Acadir Building, R-sldeRt p J. RITCHIE PATSRtON. ACMUlHwrt TO room, on car line, with telephone connection-, per C16 IQtq st. 103-ox ROOM AND ycung men In modern house: good locality: mod- erate terms. Apply 601 Hth St. S. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy a second hand gas runge at once. Phone 652. by v.'idow with son aged 14; good references. Apply G. T.. Pincher Creek, Alta. FOR SALE set or Americana, good as new. 16 volumes. Arthur R. Wilson, Boswell, B. C. hand Bicycles in first class order from J10 up.- Tires for baby carriages, all sizes stocked. Repairs called for and delivered. Lethbridge Cycle Co., 110 5th Street South. stock nnd grain land in exchange for Spokane' income property and cash; southwestern Al- berta preferred. W: P.. Wyard. 2424 Grand Blvd., Spokane, Wash. in good run- ning order. State make and lowest price. Must be a snap. Phone 1162. LAND FOR SALE FOR Airedale male pups. Inquire Box River, Alberta. FOR acres of irrigated land near city with house 28x14 feet; in crop, 4 acres-oats, 3 acres- pota- toes, 3 acres vegetables, with team of horses, harness; wagon, democrat and plow. ?375 handles, balance per month. This Is for immediate sale Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., room ;l Macdonald Block. FOR SALE-nWhy. not buy a Singer Sewing Machine. Terms 50 cents a week. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 512 4th Ave. S: P.O. Box 96. Notice to Painters and non-Unioh Paint- ers to know' by "actual count that tbere are ten. Painters per 1000 in- habitants in Great Falls, Mont. Con- ditions bad. 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 Leth- brldge, Alta. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds'of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased, I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at f.he "VYilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethbridge, Prone 1023.. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion, test. Feed of all kinds, car loads or less, inquire for .quota- tions. Storage ivice for rant. Frost proof basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. TO RENT TO 334 18th St. N. four rooms and pantry, electric light and water. Will rent for 6 months at snap. Apply A. J. Blackbume t Acadla Building. TO modern six- roomed house iiiiwly decorated, cheap if tak- en at once. Apply 421 13th St. B N. or Thaell Dodds or phone 1160. Get Your Farm Home from Oie Gaiiadian Pacific An immense area.. of the most fer- tile land" in'Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from SIDOO to! ISO.'OO for farm lands with ample: lands from 5J500 Twentieth down, balance within twenty jears In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings etc, up to also re payable years. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings, b'y getting adjoining land, or secure yoar friends .as neighbors. For literature, and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept of Natural Resources CALGARY ALBERTA OR WILSON'4. SKEITH Agents Lethbridge, Alberts TO modem dwelling, with gas connections; 211 10th st. S partly furnished, if F W Victoria Mansions, or C.'Is, Bo'wman Agency. Acadla hldg.; 'phone 1335._ TO room lioust, corner of 2nd Ave. and 8th St: S., equipped with gas, suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant C B Bowman Agency Bldg. 3rd Avenuo S, Phono 1325 TO wltn all modern, conveniences, steam beat, ihower baths, plunge, rte.. apply Y. HE OLDEST. PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY ESTABLISHED 1899 WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail in all kinds of Timolhj, AK fslfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran sad Feed. M. McMahon and C. JlcClcnaghan, 2nd Ave. South: Phone ;486, Lathbridfe, Alberta. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S Phone 1717 and shoes will called for and delivered. VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul canlzing specialists, produce work In auto tire repairing or all kinds and guarantee their work. K. Chap. lin Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Me Nabb's Saddlery. PAGE GOES TO AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE IAMB UAV M ORDERED, TIE STAR PAWT COHPANY PBOP NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who hai hat) 20 ycara' in Making, and Repairing YQUR WORK. Evary piaca ef-ufoi-k turned out guarantfad to give satisfaction Tires and all Acceisorlea stoektd. Harald Office. GRAZING LEASE NOTICE NOTICE is herebj glien that In accoid-inc- the Provisions of tha gation Act the CANADIAN I A- fc -RAILWAY COMPANY have filed the necessary memorial and plans required bj Sections 13 and It, of the said Act. with the Commis- Bioner ot Irrigation, at .Calgary, Alta. The applicant company, applies for the right to divert two-tenths of one cubic foot of water per second from ST MAAY Rivei (through the of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company) on the south bait ot hon 3fi, 'township 1, range 25, west of the 4th Meridian, for industrial pur poses, and for the right to conslruU tho necessary works, as shown by inr memorial and plans filed, to enable the water ao diverted to be used toi the said industrial purposes, at Coal dale, in the Company's tanks, edgirteb and buildings. DATED Hi Calgary, Alia, this 17th day of June 1915 DIVISION' BNOINBfen 162 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cartful ;