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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L BTT H I! Ill D G E DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 a! CHAPLIN LAST TIME TODAY'AND TOMORROW Bert Levy Presents Chas Ctaplin Tillie's Punctured S Romance Comedy Hit of Season W 6 Screaming- Parts W BRING' THE KIDDIES x ORPHEUM 5 5c 10c Matinee No Kaisc in Prices. lOc loc, Evening; Continuous --o: 7-11 MABLE NOKMAND TONIGHT "THE TRAMP" CHABLIE CHAPLIN'S LATEST AM> GREATEST TWO-ACT COMEDY "A MM and 'iriis Mate 'L WE PICTURC THAT WOflD 'MASTERPIECE .IN FOUS MAJttlV WOODRUFF BENEFIT WEDNESDAY Empress Three ot'the World's Greatest Stars Chas. Chaplin In "20 MINUTES OF LOVE" ford Sterling Back on" th-'oob-in-'i- i vruVaeel Keystone Special "A litlle Band of Blanche Sweet DAINTY LUNCHES Served All Day JULY 1st AT; THE Henderson Park Pavilion is the Ques- tion you bear asked on the streets to- day. It -.was .oecasiojiea hy .the ei hibiting- 01 TiUle s Punctured Ro mance at the Orpheuui all this -Ghariie name alone is- sufficient to: is IE BATJHING SUITS '-----AND------ Private Dressing Rooms For tie ladles and Gentlemen for hire at the Henderson Park Pavilion ORPHEUM "The Warrens of Virginia" 6 Big Sonsatlonal Acte Civil War Drama Geo. Fleming and Mr. Cooper in a Duet; Miss Lillian Bio-hards in Popular Songs The Dancing- Girl LORD CREWE Who lias been reo.uested by Pre- mier Asnulth to take charge of the Foreign Affairs in Great Britain in place of Sir Edward Grey, who has been obliged to discontinue his labors for a short time in order to rest hi- eyesight. the.Iattshs are so that ev eryofle borders on. the hysterical. iMarie Dressier as is an ab- solute; riot, j- and- with.., Charlie, the greateat ever Been offers an evening of hilarious .it is impoMible to dupli- cate. have enjoyed this clever .fares KEYSTONE CELEBRITIES r AT" THE EMPRESS -The Warrens of a su- psrb. sixipart: piol-riiarlon of David great drama ot the Civil War.'will be shown'at the Empress tonight for the last time The part of Agatha Warren is excellently tak- en by Blanche Sweet, one of the fav- orites.of the stage, and the support- ing company is all Belasco In its per- sonnel He MONUMENTS Headsteues and Crosses of ei ery description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge MtBumental and Cot Stone The backgrounds are magni- In addition there -win he two Key- stone 'comedies which cannot he. beat- en as laugh producers. "A Little Band of Gold" is a 'two-part feature depleting the marujl troubles of Fat- ty' .and Kevstone Mabel, with Pord Sterling taking a hand, and OharfsB Ckaplin" offers one of Ms or- Twent Min- of LOTS." Cowley Will Need Lot of Farm Help Cowley, Alta.. June labor question vrill-be a live one in this dis- trict by July 7. Probably two hun- dred men who are really wiling to -K-orS. can find highy paid employ- ment in the district throughout July. August, September and a week or so in October. The hay crop, which Is here, where so much stock is carried a matter of very great consideration a magnificent one. Tame hay and wild hay, timothy and brome. al- falfa and rye grass, All bid fair to Mlipse any previous yield. The tall wheat throughout the district is head- ed out and in perfect condition. Ex- perts who have been on.the ground maintain that forty bushels to the acre win be no unusual yield, when stand and heads are taken into con- sideration. G. W. Buchanan has a half section under fall wheat half a mile from Cowley, and ought to take twelve tho-sand fcushels of wheat therefrom. There has, ot course, been a great deal more rain in the district thin this or any other land couid use but there is no one who has juat cause to grumble. Mr. Bromley, the C.P.R. agent at Cowley, leaves here for Bow Island immediately. His departure is regret- ted by even-one who ever did busi- ness with him. It would not be-easy to find an-abler'or more obliging agent THIRST QUENCHERS MANY SATISFYING DRINKS MADE FROM MONTSERRAT LIME JUICE the pale, yellow peel of a fresh cultivated Lime is one of the most fascinating juicas that ever tempted the palate of thirsty souls. On a blistering hot day, when the whole .body is relaxed with heat, half a .wineglass of Montserrat Lime Juice a little sugar and broken ice in a glass of water, makes a summer drink that Trill linger in the memory. Good wine -cannpt be made from wild grapes, neither can a wholesome palatable juice be pressed from wild THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses tor private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing .Mis- sion. 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad..Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Gr_a. Nurie PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Tenders for the construc- of a Telephone lintldliig at Cam- rose, Alt a. Seated Tenders, addressed lo tin- undersigned, and endorsed' 'Tenders f-r tits Construction of a Telephone Exchange Building at which tenders shtill Include tho Plumbiug, Heating and Kleotric Wir- ing will tin received up to 12 o'clock noon. July 9th, 1916. particulars may toe had at the office of the Provincial Architect, Par- liament Buildings, Edmonton, or at Hie office of the Department ot Pub- lic Works. Calgary. An accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public Works. Ed- monton, tor the sum of Ten (S10.00) dollars will be required from contractor taking, out plans and spe- cifications for this work, as a. guar- antee that they will put Mi a bona fide tender and return plans and spe- cifications. Each tender must be accompanied bv an accepted cheque payable at par. Edmonton, to the Minister of Public Works to the amount ot live per cent. of the tenner. Should the contract he 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 WAP ADS Singer Sewing Mac-hines 8UXJAN and" buy a made In Canada Sinner Sowing Ma- PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. KAI.OOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and 'Patent Attorney. 16 yours cxporlsiice m Caiuula and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trade Marks tmd Do- aigns registered: InMnnemont and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In latent nulls. Heports prepared chine, 'backed an efflctont or- (or Cmln8el. Write for Infonnatlon. cnnlzatlon. Terms fifty cents a wook, liberal discount tor cash. Slngor Sew- in? Machine if 03 4th Avenue S. P. 0. Box M. SITUATIONS VACANT girl' lo assist housework on tour miles from Expert In piteni .tu'fti. Pat- ents obtained In ill countries, 99 St. James Street, Montreal. :ity. Phono Kuril 315. registered medical prac- titioner, of the province of Alberta, 'or two mining camps employing 400 men- S6c per man, each month, o be paid to doctor. Population 2500. hospital accommodation provided 'by miners. Good surgical doclor prefer- red. Applications to 'be. accompanied with references. Apply by .Inly 16th. 1915, to ft, M. Morgan. manager.JioB- Coleman. Altn. LAND FOR SALE competent girl, ono who is experienced In general house- work- no washing; must be fond of children. Apply 7th Street South. ____________________________HIH-j land' near city with house 28x14 feet; competent general ser- In crop. 4 acres acres pota- vant. Apply Mrs. Jlltfonl, 620 6th I toes. 3 acres vegetables, with team of Avenue South.. horses, harness, waeon, democrat bidders be returned within six e 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, 1915. 165 5 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR K.M. HOlmtt graduate of the" Pennsylvania Ortlfr pajdic Institute, Medical and Gymnastics cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Treatment., Electrolysis and poolng Treatments pointmeat only. Hoom 1. Limes. Montserrat Lime Juice is made from cultivated Limes, and the juice is wholesome, refreshing and palat- able. All leading druggists and grocers have Montserrat. ti Twenty Min- J jonn Bohan, proprietor of the Hast- crope o ings House, suddenly ex- pired from heart trouble. Works TWO GREAT FEATURES Rarely has It oeen the1 lot Leth- bridge movie fans to see two such claoilcs-in their particular classes as TtUjnp' and A .ilan anad His Mate fyl tie firstnamed Charlie Chaplin IB seen m a dozen and one new :pieces of business that are entirety new- to this cllv, and ,tbe only to de- scribe. The'Tramp' fully is: two thousand; feet ,qf rip-roaring laughter. Harry Woodruff in The Man and His Mate, a four act Mutual Master- piece, Is limply a revelation in screen Idramaj-and'Urls wonderful production last night's large audi- ence spellbound with Its intensity. The same programme will be re- peated tonight On Wednesday, a big benefit day will be given for the !Nursing "Mission, and-a special pro- I gramme has -been arranged, the fea- ture of which will be the three-reel Broadway, star feature "O'Oarry of the Royal Mounted." THE OLDEST PAINTING BUSINESS IN THE CITY. ESTABLISHED.189S. Pony Express and Transfer tlOHT AND HEAVY DFAYINO AND FURNITURE REMOVED. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 NOTICE TO CYCLISTS J. PEARSON who had 20 years' In Making and Repa'rlng Bicycles WANTS YOUR WORK Every piece of work turned out guiranued to satUf-etion Tirss and all t 6th St Htrald onrse; fees }10 per week; can go either town or country ewes; well recommended. Apply Box 2o Her- ald offlce. PRIVATE HOSPITAL MEDICAL OH. W. 8. Surgeon, Aceoucher. Hours pjn. once 9H Third Phone 125S. DR. Sherlock Black. .Residence 1266 Sixth ATMBO. Office hours Offlce Phone 119; 1090. DR. Bje. Note and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldj.' Office hdnrs evsnlngs by ap- pointment Offlce 341, Re- sidence 593. DENTAL RIVATE HOSPITAL. V lurl.m-1 Ptirate I Maternity Home. en on application. Bouth. Phone 746, 1 UNDERTAKING S FunermJ Director and Embslmsr: .also ssent for the Somerrtlle MarWe Gran Works, of Calsaiy .opposUo Court House. 501 Kest dence 284 7th -ire. S. PUone 1178. Open day and night. Y HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL DIRECTOR-SOJ 3P4 Ave. 8. Phone 1802. OpeE nigfct aid. DR. M. J. grmduate of College of Dental Surgxms, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Rooms 6 and S. Bryan Block. Phone M71 R. L. T. to DM. Courtlee of Marylanfl. Rooms 8 and 9. Maedonald Block. Phone 1165, Uethbridie; Alta. RS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewan and Me- Clare. Hours: 9 to 5. HIE- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. R, E. G. mem- ber of Roya! College of Sury-onj, (Eng.) Licentiate Boyal College ol Physicians (London.) 1900. Houra: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: S-8 Klein botham Block. PIANO TONING H CRIPPS, EXPERT and Organ Repatei; 20 "years factory experience. ourf CertlBcate MT. Assn., Ixindon, England. Reference to tke lewUu musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th ATB. .A South. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th S Phone 1717 and shoes will cttllcc for and delivered. PIANO TUITION PUPILS POR Kaj 1401 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON will .continue giving- piano lessons during the hoi idays. Special c sruoe shrdlu pun idays. Special course for those un able to study durlas winter. Studio 1226 Fifth Avenue A. South. .Phpiv 1308. '16IT Lethbridgs.-Vu canizlns' speciaHsts, produce wot in auto tire repairing of all kind and guarantee thalr work. E.'Chap Hn ft Son, props., old Sportin Goods stand, On 5th St. S., rear Me Nabb's Saddlery. HENDERSON 1 COY. Medlcln, Winnipeg Accountancy In all its-branches: Audit, Secretarial, 'Ad and Trust .Work, Inves-i tlgations, AcadlC Building, PATiMtftN.' SALE OR _ TOR 17, Bllick car: bargain' for cash or will1 trade for horses or cattle.' Apply Fred Christ- Tabor, Alta. FOR SALE OK oil atock. Lot 17. block 10; LetltbrldgB: clear title. As I use for this lot will sell or exchange at, a bar- Bain. Make an offer. 110S Centre Ave. N. W.. Calgary, Altn.' TO clear title lots In North Ward assessed at 1800 for '12 or 1913 .Model Ford or other make of automobile. Apply Box 102 Herald x _________________________ _ SALE_ 10 ot 'irrigated Avenue South.. Horses, narnras, micuii, and plow. J27C handles, balance J15 HORROKS AND ATROCITIES OF j This is .for immediate THIS GREAT s SOLS Realty Co., room at the [orelront of battle. Most Clmli- Block. ,uB and heart stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representatives. Only SI. Big terms. Sample book free. Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. ana women to learn the barber trade: wages whilo learn- ing; tools furntehod. graduates make big money. Catalog-e free. Mole! Barber College, 604-A Centro Street. Calgary. Alta. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO RENT TO roomed fully mod- ern newly decorated, house, very cen-, tnU; will rent at very low terms to, good tonnant. 543.________________________ TO the months ot July and August at very moderate figure, a fully modern well furnished seven' room "house, No. 12B2 6th Avenue A; Aoply Box B Herald office. C. C. Pagnuelo, Phone FOR number of new and second hand sewing machines of sev- eral and up. 'All in good shape and guaranteed. City Second Hand Store, 406 8th St. S. 168-6 FOB SALEr-Furniture of all kinds. We specialize on .high grade second hand furniture. Give us a call, we lead them all.- City Second Hand Store, 406 6th Street SoutlL CRUSHED FEED FOR out any dirt of foul seed: corn, barley and osts in: parts at per ton. Noble Foundation Co., Noble- ford, Alta. TO Souse, cornet of 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S., 'equipped with gas, suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply C. B. .Bowman Acadia Bldg., 3rd Avenue S.; 1325. TO a good room with all modem steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc.. .apply Y. TO 215 10th St S., .close to Victoria Mansions, modern bungalow with gas range, electroliers, etc.; rea-. sonable rent. Apply. to Fred W. Bow 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 Asqulth and Waddlngton are soiling in the old McKillop stand. You can save your- self from to JS5 on the purchase of a machine: Don't take anybody's word for it but .come and .use your own judgment You will he delight- ens pure bred, 60c. PeWn Ducks, 70c. Phone Rural 316. pure bred. farmers to Insure their crops NOW. Full particulars on application. N. B. Peat a Co., Phone 570, Maedonald Block, Leth- and sell heir furniture at the City Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. S. VAiNTBD TO or six room ottaste or bungalow, not too far from prnall navment amf nafanoe monthly! Apply Box 41 Herald office DECORATING five passenger car, good condition, Ford preferred; rauit ie a bargain. Room 3 Maedonald Blk. Good stock WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kaisomining. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in LetSbridgc. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, 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 the Wilson Furniture Co, 416 13th St. North Lsthbridge, Prone 1023. HAY, GRAIN, FEED 3ALED HAY AND oi all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell ing- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent basement for perlshabli goods. Hyde Saunders. Phoa 1244. P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO DUCE and rtetai Dealers In all kinds.of Timothy, Al falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay Straw, Oats Bran and Feed M McMahon and C. McClenaghah, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Lethhridfe Alberta. DYEING AND INia N NIN B WOPKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta .Specialists in cleaning and dyeing Phone 444 beside life Hall i ridge ner or the C. B. Bowman City Agency, _ _ _ __ Reside In Hie Victoria Mansions and live economically. Fur- nished housekeeping apartments can now Tie obtained from per month. An Inspection Invited. .Apply to the Mansions office, 3rd Ave. S. 166 0 TO known as the Pre- mium Grocery, with stable in rear, in- cluding seven rooms -upstairs. J25'pei; month, located next to Wesley church; Apply J. Tuff, Westminster- Store, 208. 13th Street S. TO rooms board in fully modem house, uso of phone; and parlor. Mrs. 3. A. Jones, 308. 7th Ave. A South. Phone 139Q. TO; on car line with telephone connection; per 616 loth at 103-ox ROOM AND men in modern house; good locality; mod 'erate terms. Apply 601 i4th St. S. 1S2-0- Noticc to Painters and non-Unlon .Paint ers to know by actual count. that there are ten Painters, per 1000 in- obitants in Great Falls, dltions bad. d grain and in exchange for Spokane income property and cash; southwestern Al- jerta preferred. W. P. Wyard. 2424 rand Blvd., Spokane, Wash.- 14 Everyone who is consider- ng the purchase ot a sewing machine to see our splendid stock. Why pay E25, for a.second_ hand article "When rou may have' a superior, new ma- chine for. less, money. .Come and- see us before- you commit yourselves to any high priced proposition. Asquith and Waddington, McKillop's old stand 3rd Avenue.- _ 166 ti STRAYED Wednesday, June 23. from east half of 19-7-20, one roan cow branded 00 over Half. Diamond on left hip Also vented (brand JD on right side. Suitable reward for infor- mation leading to recovery or return to .1 H. MeTaviBh. P. O. Bos 148. Phono Rural 166 my place, five miles oast of Spring iCbulee, about May 1st. a yearling -hull, no brand. Ap- ply E. Beswick, Spring foulee, Altn. Friday last, 6 horses, three black, two bays and one roan Reward for return to P'ournier and Regimhal 4 miles S E of Lethbridge Phone R404 or Phone 17Si Wednesday June '3 on small key ring about six keys attached Tinder please retuin to Faunch Quick Print office, Hoyal Hank Building for brown hoise, Department of Railways. and Telephones Tenders For Telephone Construction Sealed Tenders for Telephone Con- struction in (he Southern Djvislon ad- dressed to the Deputy Minuter of Ralhvavs and Telephones, Edmonton, and endorsed "Tend-rs lor Telephone will he received 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, July 3rd, 1815. Plans, Specillcations and General Conditions and Form of Tender may be obtained upon application to. E. Tcets, Construction Engineer, Edmon- ton. A deposit of 55.00 is required1 for of Plans taken out. Marked cheques' in favor of the Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones for five per cent, of the amount of the Tender, must company each The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. __ W. .T. HAftJtBR, Deputy Minister Railways and Telephones Dated at Edmonton this 84th day of June, 1915. LADIES' LADIES' super vision of erst class ladies tailor Sneclal linet suits mane cilTlast fall fronX feel crooked. Branded N on left hli> Apply Wrh BoaatmlV, reward for mtorrnatlon leading to'recovery of ono roan mare, 4 years bid, three white feet, stripe on face, bnnd-d on left thigh Ap- Box 16 fttrald omee ilngikiu) livers city of Leth bridge Pound alnce Juno '015, dark tmy-geldl-g y SO en left hip THIS PAGE GOES TO-PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST IE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUK TO ENSURE -IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY ORDERED. ;