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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E T H B R t.D G E 1) A It T H E K A L D TONIGHT Six-Reel Feature TONIGHT CHARLES CHAPLIN PiiwrTtiRED ROMANCE "SUPPORTED" BY THE GREATEST WOMAN FAMOUS- MUTUAL STAR-MABEL NORMAND-POSITIVELY NEV- O PACKED OUSES. MAn DBMS.E f TOW BEFORE-PLAYED AWVEE K IN 'CALGARY TO PACKED HOUSES. 10c-EVENINOS-10c AND 15c. Empress Three of tiic World's Greatest Stars Chas. Chaplin In "20 MINUTES OF LOVE" Ford Sterling Back on the Job In a Two Reel Keystone Special "A Little Band of Gold" Blanche Sweet "The Virginia" 6 Big Paramount 'Civil- War, Drama Geo. Fleming and Mr. Cooper in a Duet: Miss Lillian Richards in Popular .Song's Notice to Claimants and Creditors IN THE ESTATE OF'CHARLES YOUNGER, AN ALLEGED LUNATIC. NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the es- tate ot Charles Mitchell, the Youaser. formerly of the City of Letlibridge. in the Province of Alberta, presently of Warwick County Asylum. Mutton, near Warwick, hi'that part of Great Britain called England, a person of unsound mind. Letters of. Guardian- ship of whose estate were granted on the SStli day of April A.D. 1916, by the Supreme Court of Alberta, Ju- dicial District of Letllbridse, to Al- bert Edward Dupen. of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province ot Al- berta. Mine Manager, are requested to file with .Messrs. Conybeare, Church. McArtlur Davidson. Cony- beare Block. Lethbridge. Alberta, -So- licitors for the Guardian, a statement duly vorifitd of ail their claims and of any security held by them on or before the 30th day of June A. D. 1915, after which date the said Al- bert Edward Dupen will dispose of the assets of the said estate and will not be liable for an part thereof to any person of whose claim he shall not then have received notice. Dated at Alberta, this 4th day of June AjD. 1915. CONYBEARE, CHURCH. Jic- ARTHUR DAVIDSON, Solicitors for Albert Edward Dupen. No. K. CIVIL -WAR DRAMA AT THE EMPRESS "The.Warrens of a dram-i atic masterpiece ..of the Civil War, which was originally produced by David Belasco and was a marked sue- i .cess at the will be shown at! the "Empress tonight and tomorrow: Blanche Sweet, who takes the part .of Agatha, Warren, the daughter of one of the aristocratic families of the Old Dominion, is supported by a Belasco company, the production having been under the direction of -Mr, Belasco. The play cover stlie' period of the and a short time before and after, the events taking place in Virginia.' Agatha has fallen in ib've -with New Burton of New York, but, with the .beginning of hos- tilities, General Warren enters the' southern army, while Burton'becomes a lieutenant in the Union forces. The greater nan at the action takes place during the closing days of the Burton, who has been cap- only escapes being by the timely'surrender of General Lee. The lovers again come together subse- quent'to the" stirring events depicted. Fleming Cooper in a duet, and lliss-Mnian -Richards in popular songs; "Ford Sterling and Charles Chatfliir will also appear. FUNNIEST FARCE EVER Sis reels of real comedy will intro- duce a laughing feast at the Orpheum tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday, in "Tillie's Punctured Romance." '.star- ring Marie Dressier in the funniest ,fflm farce ever staged In support of (the famous" comedienne will be found Cnarlie Chanlin and Mabel Normand. the fan making favorites of all "movie donr" Tillie's Punctured Romance' is presented nere by Bert Levey, vaud- eville magnate of the Pacific Coast, for the first time. A'ii motion-picture records were smashed by Punctured Romance" at the Gaiety -Theatre In San Francisco during its recant ran !n the exposition city; and in Los Angeles the crowds stood in line four abreast for a block and. a hilt from the theatre awaiting their tarn to get a glimpse of the funniest -picture plavers in the world. Mack Bennett produced the picture, scor- ing his greatest success He made the adaptation from Mlu "Tu- liea and has a; side-split ting laugh in everv foot, of the 6000 feet of film. Positively never shown. In this town before. A MAN AND HIS MATE A Kentucky of those delightful old gentlemen whose very attractiveness indicative of a .weak ewe west for-his. health. He hat a morphine fiend, but, due to the devoted attention of his daughter, he recovered ilovly-and shaken, off the Influence of the drug. This daughter. Betty, !i yonng, strong minded attractive and makes it very clear that she does love Taylor, their neighbor back home in Kentucky Nor does afee love Choo, the younr Chinaman who has just graduated from Yale a mining engineer. Tay- lor has followed her father west to cell him a mine, out old man is wary. The story that unravels on the screen- from thU plot is thrilling. "A Man1'.and till Mate" is one of the yet shewn. At !f toMfht, TO-NIGHT -Charlie -IN..... rrri Ihe 1 ramp A BRAND NEW..F1RST RUN 1 ESSANSY TWO ACT 'COMEDY Harry Woodruff THE.-ROMANTIC STAR IN A Man and His Mate FOTJRAOTS Wednesday Nursing MjlBion Benefit JUDICIAL SALE -OF FARM PROPERTY PURSUANT to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson made tho 7th day of June. A.D. 1915, in a certain action wherein Kate Thill is Plaintiff. and Nicholas Zieser is Defendant, the following lands in the Province of Al- berta, namely: The-North-East Quarter of Section Twenty-four Township Two Range Fifteen West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta, containing One Hundred and Fifty- Nine (158) acres more or less; re- serving unto His -Majesty, his. -suc- cessors and as's'IgnsTair mines': ami minerals and the right.-to the same, will be offered for sale 'by Pub- lic Auction 6n Wednesday, day of '1915, at the hour of one o'dtick in the 'afternoon, in front of the Post Office, in the Village of Milk. River, in the Province of Al- berta, subject to a reserved bid which has been fixed -by the court. The said land is welt situate about seven miles from the village of. Milk River. There is said to b'e. a frame shack on the said'land worth'about- The said land, is said to be fenced with strand 'barb wire fence and posts .3. rods apart. There Is said to be aiout, twelve acres of spring plowing done on the said land. Terms and conditions will be made known at the time of sale or can be ascertained from, the Auctioneer or the undersigned Solicitor. Dated at ths. City of Lethbridge, in the Province of 7th day of June, A.D. 1 !U5, JIALCODM YOUNG, Auctioneer. JOHN R- PALMER, Barrister, etc., Eethbrldg'e, Alberta. (Sgd.) .1. A. Jackson, L.J.S.C. No L Department of Railways and Telephones Tenders For Telephone Construction Sealed Tenders for Telephone Con- struction in the Southern Division ad- dressed to the Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones, Edmonton, and endorsed "Tenders for Telephone Construction." -will be received until 12 o'clock Saturday, July 3rd, 1916. Plans, Specifications and General Conditions and Form of Tender may be obtained upon application to Teets, Construction Engineer, Edmon- ton, -i A deposit of ?o.OO is required for each set of Plans taken out. Marked cheques iu favor of the Deputy Minister of Railways -and Telephones for five (57o) Per cent, of the amount of the Tender must aci company each Tender. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. W. J. HARMBR, Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones. Dated at Edmonton this 24th day of June, 1915. PROVINCE- ALBERTA Tenders for the construc- tion of a Telephone Building at Cain- rose, Alta. Sealed Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, mid endorsed "Tenders for the Construction of a Telephone Exchange Building at which tenders shall include the Plumbing. Keating ami Electric Wir- ing, will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, July 9th. 1915. Full particulars may ibe had at the office of the Provincial Architect. Par- Itameiit Buildings. Edmonton, or at the office of the Department of Pub- lic Works. Calgary. An accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton, for Uie sum of Ton dollars will be required from each contractor taking out plans and spe- cifications for this work, ss' guar- antee that they will put "n a boiia fide tender and return plans and spe- .cUlcatioiis- Each tender must-be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable at par, Edmonton, to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of five per cent, of the tender. the contract be awarded the successful bidder shall .be- required to execute a guarantee bond on an ap- proved Surety Company to the amount .of Twenty per cent, of his tender, as a guarantee for the faith- ful fulfilment of his contract. The cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned within six days after the contract is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any. or all bids, or to waive any defects. JOHN. STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 21st day of June, laia. MISCELLANEOUS FOR FOR FurniUiro of all kinds We specialize on high grade second hand furniture. Give us n call. We lead them all. City Second Hand Store, 406 5th Street South. FOB good milk cow; fresh. Apply J. Gregg. Diamond City. GUPERFLQUS HAIR i 'K.M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics cai Vibratory arid Therapeutic US'" Treatments, Electrolysis and 9nam- poctog pomtment only. Room 1. Hul. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridfe Mwumental aid Cot Stone W.rks Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE 632 THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED 1899. THE STAR {kirn, COMPANY Donating. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE NURSING by eiperienced nurse; fees IM per week; can go either town or country cases; well recommended. Apply Box 25 Her- ald offlce. PRH7ATE HOSPrTAlT "T PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mtl. Van Haarlem's Print. BwpfUl Maternity Home. SpecUl giv- en on application. 111 South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and Embalmer; also for the Somervllle t Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce penosita Court House. Phone" 661" Kesi- dence 284 7th Ave. 3. 1176. Open day and night. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 125S. DR.' McNALLT-rlOS Sherlock Block. Residence 1266.Sixth Avenus. Office hours Office Ph'one 319; Residence 1090. DP. Eye. Nose ind Throat; 115' Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment Phonee: Office 341; Re- sidence 593. DENTAL S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN1 ERAL 3rd ATt 8. Phone night and day: DR. M. J. graduate of Royal of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and-'holder of Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and S, Bryan Block. Phont DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtioe uate university of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS, MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clnre, Koara: S to 5. Offlce, Hit- Inbotham Block. Phone S74. DR. K. 6. mem- ber of Royal of Surr-onf, (Enf.) Licentiate Ronl College o! Physicians L.D.3. 1900. Hours; 5-12; 1-6. Offlce: C-S Elfin- botham Block. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP3, EXPERT Player-Plano .and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Asia.. London, England. Reference to the leading- musicians of the city." Phone 1168.. 1253 6th Ave. A South.' SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1117 and will called for and delivered. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANO--OrIando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. 'K 4-Wa-H i'arx-r. s ii.Varn.islv. Huu Martin's Baggafe Transfer Phone 138 6 fnrnft Service v MRS. W. H. JOHNSON will continue giving piano lessons during the-hol-. 'idays. Special c srnoe alirdlu mn idays. Ensoul course for those un- able to study Studio: WS Fifta Avenue A. Phone 1308. VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canising specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing ot all kinds and guarantee their work. B. .Chap. Jin ft Son, props., old Sporting 'Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Nabb's Saddlery. J. PEARSON who has had 20 years' experience in Making and Repairing Bicycles WANTS YOUR WORK. Every piece of work turned out guarsnteed to give aitiifactlon. Tires and all Acceeiorlss stocked. 6th St. HeraM Office. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Ltthbridge i Medicine .Hat Wlnnlpei, Chartered Acoounttrrte Accountancy In all its branches-. Audit, Secretarial, Ad- Systematizing-, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Llquidillons. Acadia Building, Lithbrldgt Resident p 1. RITCHIE PATIRSON, Chartorad AwounUnt DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kahoouiilng-, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res: Phone 1472; office phone 1752 Sherlock Loth bridge. Alts. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt setllements Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy tile en'- lire contents of furnished houses. >Head offlce at ihe.WIUon Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North Lethbridge, .Prone 1023. Sewing Madiincs KOI! sin'sor girl, .onu who Is house- work; ub wasliliiit; must bo fond ot children. 519 Streo.t South, conlpotrnt general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. JUtt'ord, 020 Cth Avenue South. -General servant to on farm 10 mile's from city, wages. Apply Box.20 111 ffobd Lawyer (U.S.) iiiiid Patent Attorney. IB ,'a Cnnadu and U. Stl prompt- ly ualcntod. nud Do- BiKiis anil validity HoiiiThpii, [Sfejldence pollcot- cd In imtent Reports prepared for counsel. liiSo.riiuitlon. Expert Pat- ents obtained.' jn all .99 St. James Street, SALE r Y TOR ModnI bargain, tor caslt, Imrsos or cattle. J Isou, Tiulc'k car; work 'poll SALI1 OR'EXGH'A'f Eor oil clear title. As I Im'fi no uso for this- lot will pell or... exchange, a bar-. Ue. N. at the forefront ol. battle. Most TO clour title lots In Men and women to lour the 'barber trade: wages while learn- tat; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler g money. Barber College, 604-4 Centre Street. Calgary. Alta. LAND FOR SALE 'TOU 16 acres V'of land near city wltii 'house 28x14 feet; in street 4 acres oats, 3 acres pota- 3 acrcs vegetables, .with team of _ J __ -1 horses, harness, wagon, democrat and plow. ?375 handles; per1 month.'. for1 immediate sale. 3 Mac CRUSHED, FEED' FOR out any dirt of foul seed: corn, barley ami 'uat's-ln equapparts at ?35 per ton. Noble Foundation Co., Noble- ford, Alta. FOR not buy a Singer Sewing Machine. Terms 50 cents a week. Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 512 4th Avc. S. P.O. Box 9C. FOR you are asked if you have a sewing machine, tell the person who asks you that before pur- chasing you are going to inspect the stock of Davis machines that Asquith- and Waddinston are selling in the old McKillop stand. You can save your- self from to.'535 on the purchase of a machine: Don't take anybody's word for it hut.'come and use your own 'judgment, ed.. Illlnois'Alberta Really cdonald FQIl iicfesirrigated'land- 5 miles from city, 11) in .cropj- (JO acres hay and balance an acre, cash, balance 10 years 0 per cent, interest.. 320 acre's raw prairjc.. land ,.W with coal and oil rights, .pnly' ar, acre, with interest at. C per rani.' .Apply. C .M. McClehaghan, owner, 80.4 12th TO ern newly decorated1; very_.cen- tral; will rent at very low'terms'to good tennant. 548. TO 6th.., Ave. South', six.' roomed cottage fully modern, full nas. connections and -iucluding ply .R. V. IGi'-r-p, You will be delight MISCELLANEOUS WANTS' FOR ens pure bred, .60c. Also pure .white Pekln ..All .mire bred. Phone Rural 31 B. TO rooms ;board' in fully modern house, use bf'nnone' and parlor. "Mrs.'.t. A. Ave. A South. TO -the months -ot' .Iulyr. and August at very moderate figure, a fully modern well furnished seven room "house, No.. 12G2 Anoly Box- B farmers to Insure their .crops -NOW. Full. particulars on application. N. B. Peat Co., BIpck, Eelli- 165-4 TO i'6'''room nduie'J co'rnor 'of 2nd A'vi: and' Stii St. S. Phone 570, "Macdoniild and s.el their furniture a.t ;the City'. Second Hand Store, 40G 5th St. S. WANTED TO. Fife or six roo cottage or not too far from yard office. Can make small payment Apply Box 41 and balance 'monthly. Herald office, 6 five passenger car, in good condition, ford preferred; must 'tis a bargain: Room 3 Macdonald Blk. stock' and- grain land in exchange .for Spokane Income, property 'and southwestern Al- berta preferred.-JW. P., Wyard, 2.424 Grand Blvd., .Spokane, Wash. Tvho is. consider- ing the purchase1 of a sewing machine to see our splendid stook. Why pay for a second hand article when you may -have :a- superior, new ma chine for less riioney. Come and see us before you' commit yourselves to my high priced-proposition, Asqutth jnd MoKillop's old stand 3rd Avenue, .-'..v TO room, on car line, with telephone connection: per 616 10th at, 103-oJ ROOM AND young men STRAYED TO RENT C C. c n with ga'al h teii- anf. Apply C. Acadla 3rd -Avenilo "Phono 1325.- TO a.'gooa.'roomfWlth all modern 'conveniences, '.Blekiji.' heat, shower baths. TO 10th St. Victoria modern'' bah'galow. with gas range, rea- sonable rent. Apniy-t'o Dowi1 nef or the 'C. B. Bowman Agency? City TO the'. Victoria! Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished can, now ibe obtained from. month. An Mansions SI, TO known as mlum Grocery with staSJs-in rear, )n: eluding seien rooms jipstami. W? "tr, month lorated next church Apply J Tuff, Westminster Stort 208, 13th Street S "v, CREDI'JTORS In the Mattar ol the Estate of Hall Dickinson, Insolvents ROOM AND young men Notice is hetehv ghen that the In modern house; good locality: mod- above named Insolvroln.rHali erate-terms, .Apply 501 14th St. S. inson of Coutts In the ProvJnee oj Al- berta, rarrving on a jcnersl merehan dise business have niado abaign ment ot their estate and eSocts to the British Canadian Trust Company, Wednesday, lune 23 official assignee, forjtno general bene-, from eist halt ot J T 20, one roan fit of their creditors, under the prov- jranded OO over Half onlulbns of the Assignment Act, left hip Also vented brand JD on of A -ight side Suitable rcuard for mfor nation leading to- recovery or return to J H McTavish P O Box 14S Phone Rural 60.8, Lethbridge. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when' -buying or sell- ing- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rant. .Excellent 'basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244: P. 0. Box 112. 'my'-place, live miles east of -SpruisTcoulee about Jlay 1st yearling bull, roan no brand Ap ply E Bessick, Spring Coulee Alta Friday B hui es three black, two -bays ana one' roan Reward'fob' return -to Fournier and Reglmbal 4 miles S E ot Lethbridge Phone -R-404 or'Phone 1787 City WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO. DUCE and Retail Dealers in all.klaiU of Timothy, falft, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran w4 FMd: M. MctUhon and C. McClenMhu, 2nd Are South: Phone Tre Hall. LADIES' TAILORING super- vision of first class ladies' tailor. Special line ladles' suits Valet, ipeciallotii in Chemical Cleaning and, 324 6th St S., Phone 1812. ctllt and 4t livers, Alia -ei the said Insolvents, for. UOST AND-FOUND op reward for brown hoisc, mane cut last feet'crooked. Branded inverted N on left hip Wm Bodarnuk Hartley Kje reward for information leading to recovery of one roan mare, 4 jears old three stripe on branded UZ .on' left thigh. Ap- ply Box IB Herald office Notice to Painters .and non-Union1 Paint- ers to know actual count that there are ten Painters per 1000 In habitants In Great rails, Mont: Con- ditions bad GRAZING LEASE will buy large (razing lease with or without cash. Must lease, plenty wats.r and shelter Kred F1 Filteau Ban. QHimbem, Calgary.. Chapter 6, of the Statutes of 107 and amendments thereto The creditois aroanqtlflea itp meet at the office of the British Canadian. Trust Companv m lue pity of biidto at the hour of 330 9 the afternoon, on Friday, J'teJjnd dai of 1915 foi thejpuipose of re -eiving a statement of too affairs of uient of (.he iand therglv ing ot directions refeienc? to the disposal ot the estate Everv ci editor alamung, to be entitled to rank on the estate assigned Is required to aend post paid to tht said Company, on or be- fore the 2ird day of August, 1915, par, ticulars or his claim verified by stat- utory declaration and such as the case admits vof whether he holds ans tninif tor Ma claim or any part" thereof, and putting a specified oa curiti if any, In accordance with the said Act v i And notice is further given that after fie naid 23rd day Augu'tr 1915, the said Company jjlll .PIoJMil to distribute the In solvents under the said Act, having regard only to the cluims ot whlcl) It shall Imc notice, at tinje of din trtbutlon Dated at this 21st day of lune, 1915 j 5 k The British Canadian Ttust Companr, flecretary Conybeare, Chureh, McArthur and D.vldson, the..said company, o f J_ ;