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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO > THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1916 MAJESTIC TONIGHT ONLY Good Comedies Mary Pickford in "The Peddlar 1 TONIGHT iFor the Last Timel INTERPRETED BY THE IDOLIZED SCREEN STAR DOROTHY GISII REELS AND AN UNUSUAL COMPANY OF PLAYERS In this powerful story of hereditary Impulse. Dorothy Gish. dear to the hearts of fllmdom. olavs the part of a stage-struck girl who becomes a celebrated actress, but at the height of her career turns her back or> succtjss and fame to answer the higher call of love and home. Cissy Fitxgerald, in a screaming comedy. EWWF^T^r'lC^ ^Itet THE SENSATIONAL PLAY OF STAGE LIF& MPRESV "BRED IN THE BONE" Ifit, CHARLES CHAPLIN IN 'CHARLIE'S ELOPEMENT LAST TIMIOS TOMGIIT. FAMS l\ "TWAS EVER THUS" ELSIE ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE PICTURES EVER SHOWN COMING WED. i THURS. MARGUERITE CLARK IN "STILL WATERS" IN 6 REELS 0 RPHEU EXTRA SPECIAL TONIGHT ANTAGEi UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE' JiiiiiiKl'' "iili tlu" outside world, with i lie result that she niiis tiway and JDiii.s ;i eiroiis. The pluy 1ms ti woudertul plot, and Kives the veisntlle little actress gront-cr sciipe than uiiy play she has over appeared in. hi'liiR ronsidered her .ureiitest sireeii picture. THE ONLY STANDARD VAUDEVILLE PLAYING IN THE CITY DIRECT FROM NEW YORK. Another one of the Cievtr Llovd Family ROSIE LLOYD ENGLISH COMEDIENNE ITAKIJY TSIDA SPHERICAL uOUILIBRIST EVERY ACT A FEATURE ri-a!s(m vV: (ioldio 111 a Comedy Skit. Dog Show," �After the Some Scream Instalment of PICTURES START 7.30. VAUDEVILLE 9 O'CLOCK. ONLY ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT. ADMISSION TO ALL .V Ilolitlny in Dixie-land William Mastin.-Virgie Richards, and Company of Ten in a Cyclonic burst of mirth, melody and dancing. 50c MAJESTIC TOMORROW One Night Only! PHONE 1722 WED. MARCH 8th \t (he Orplieum I'lie I'iintaKCs bill ivt the Orplituni ihiy weelc is equully us sood. if not betiei than those which have prev-ioiisI\ been shown. Tlie iirta plHyed iM a (lowded house last hIrIu. Of rcnirse llosie Lloyd was the hit of the eveniuK. This English comedienne is u whole show in heivelf wiiii lior new sontjs. Her wurdrobe is .-i;ec-iiilly attractive. The (ipeiiiuR act. a balatuiiii: ^lmit, i.- a worthy one. and out of the ord-diiuuy. Pealsoii and Goldie are two lirst [ ilass i-ouiediaiis. Their work is very : food, and deserves high praise. The company of 10 colored iiooule ' [luttiiiy on a holiday in Ui.xle lanil is splendid, for dancing anil -ini>iK this act beats them all. Willi the usual second instalmont of "Graft" thi,>--bill uia'Kes a splendid enlertaiument , and should not he missed. AOS Store Fixtures ONE 12 FOOT HAT CASE OrlKliinl cost |1�.">, tf�7C Art Snlo prlco ____ �P f 3�vU WEIR WARDROBES Orlgtniil cost, S'lil, (l>OA ftA per section, prico Pij"�UU THE ABOjVE FIXTURES ARE PRACTICALLY NEW AND IN GOOD REPAIR. APPLY McKelvie & McCiuii-c LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. SITUATIOiNS VACANT U'AN'TED-^A'girl for"geiierar house" work. Apply 1213 Sth Ave. S. 71-0 \VANTi:0 - Girl for general housed work. Apply r.,'?l Stli St. south. 72-0 WANTED-A good geiTeral aefviuir; Apply 542 7th St. South. 73-� WANTED- A Maid tor General Housework. Apply t2tn lith Ave. A. South. 6S-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFL0U8 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mlsm K. M. Holmes grailuato of Uio Ponnsyl'/anla Ortli-opaodto Institute, Medical Massnge and Gymnnstloe I Swedish), Eloctrl-ml Vibrator/ and 'iTierapoutlo Light TreatroontB, Rlectrolysla and SUara-poolHR Treatments glvon by ap-polnlmtsnt only. Room X Hull 31k. CHIROPRACTORS LAND If you have land for sale or trade, list them with iis. Oregon and Wasli-iiigton property to exchnnKe for Alberta laud. M. V. .Johnston and Co., Alberta Block. 7li-(! FARM FOR RENT - 2 Section.^ of land, near Altorado. Alta.. :',00 acres under cultivation, i:{0 acres sunimer-I'allow. First class place lor stock raising. Well renccd, good gra'/.ing SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-If you are sick und want lo regnlii liculth, take .spinal udjustinontB and got well. Consul-tiitlon li'oo. Olficn in residence, !)03 7th Ave. S., hours !t.30 to n; 7 lo 9. Phone 1677. �S-27 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen^'s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on appllcntfon. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and f. Phillips, giadualo nurses. 701 fith Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 U A.N TED-A general servant for . ,,.,,- country liome. Applv 422 13th Street ''""I- ^Pl"'-^' '-�arriaon. b. W. 'A Sec. South. ' 70-0 Altorado. Alberta. 72-12 WANTED - A oompelont maid for FOR. SALE-Fine, improved quarter general housework. Apply Jlrs. H. A. section in Munson district, two thous- Wright. 1249 4th South, or to R. and dollars improvements, school sec- ' VI AVI VIAVI ^The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Jlrs. O. Thomas. 619 10th Street South. 31-0 A. W'right. jeweler. WANTED-.A.n elderly woman for general housework. Apply Box 413, Phone R no. 73-(! 72-0 lion adjoining, to he sold this summer. $17.50 an acre cash, or $20 on terms. h. h. Best, 120 lath Avenue N. W., Calgary. 73-3 DYEING AND CLEANING E. JONES PRESENTS THE Royal Welsh Male Quartette OF NEWPORT, SOUTH WALES Survivors of the Gwent Welsh Singers Saved from the Lusitania MELLOW VOICES EXQUISITE HARMONY Hear Risca Williams Relate the Story of The Sinking of The Liner "Lusitiiiiia" A WORLD OF MUSIO IN ONE NIGHT At the Majestic The motion pictures scenes of Camp Sewell. Manitoba, were shown at the .Majestic last night anil proved to be very inter;>.-Trombone nnd alto play-1 den tracts less than cost. W'aiU llst-depictitig , ers for the Lethbrldge Highlanders Ings of small farms on crop payment, " Band. Apply at the Recruiting Of- and trades. T. M. Huff, Alberta Blk., flee. Third Ave. S. 61-0 , Lethbrldge, Alberta. 62-0 Every aspect of a soldier's life in i WANTED - Accountant with know- I --�--=:^;.==n:= lraiuin,s"l�''>' -service. Address P. 0. Box ! THE VALET-SpeelnllstB In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its beat. Only the most Bclentlflc methods applied without Injury to garments Our work Is sure to please you. Collect anil deliver. Phono 1S12 324 Sixth Street South. medical; DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physlolan, Surgeon, Accouoher. Honrs 2-8;' 7-8 p.m. Otrioo 014 Third Avenaai Pbone 1263, DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Bye, Noso �na Tbroaf. IIB Sherlock Bldg, Ottlco bourn 10-12; 2-6; ovenlnirs by ap" polntment. Phones: Ottlco 341, R*-Bldenco G93. DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Ottlcc, 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones: Office 319; Residence 1090. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 lo 3.30; V to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A, M,D,-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 1th Avenue North. Hoiirs 1 to 4; 7 to S. Phone 476. 60--0 DENTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-DeiitJat. (craduBto of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Room� B and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Urs. Courtlco ft Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Mardonald Block. Phone 116B, Lellibrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS ana MARR8-Benllats, Successors to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Clurc Hours: 9 to E, Office, Hlg-Inbotliam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. siMwinNDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Phyglclans (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-5. Office; �-8 Hlg-Inbolham Bloclt. Phono 161R. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmor; also agent for (lie Soiuervllle Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office opp> site Court House. Phono 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. 8, Phone 1176. Open day and night  cruit to tlie final marching :iway of ! the finished soldier. There are four j MAID WANTED-.Must be good plain ' isTh'st ""phonT''47'> reels of tiiese pictures and they ;i;e i cook and accustomed to answering -"------'----- re.illy well worth seeing. ! telephone. Apply ai the Nursing Mis- SALE-A new tailor machine. inner dims, including a Mary Pick- \ siou " 68-0 latest make^ cheap for cash. .-Vpply ford feature, are included in tlie program, which will be shown again tonight (or tlic last time. 73-6 , FOR S.A.LE-Quiet horse, brok-m to .- i saddle or buggy. Cheap. Apply 41S 71-3 � 622 6th St. S. 7.S-2 WANTED-A reliable married man , :o drive delivery wagon. Good wages ' FOR SALE-Good octave organ tor OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Purs re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. ork 309 Pi'iees 2.5c'. oOc. 7.>c. and .1*1.00 ALL SEATS RESERVED, AND NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY'S Tliere is ((uite a demand for seats for the concert to be given at tlie M;\ jostle tomorrow night (Wednesday! by the Royal Welsh Male Quartette. Patrons are promised a rare evening's , . entertainment, consisting ot songs j WANTED-A i uid steady employment for o first quick sale, $25. Mason and Rlsch, I class man. Address Box 49 Herivld. 71-0 Ltd., Balmoral black, 5th Street S. 1 Wanted-First class dressmaker; one capable of making alterations. .\pply personally to Clarke & Co. . 66-0 married man who Wand storie.'^ by these famous singers, |''"^ can handle horses, to WHAT the Press Agent SAYS I life the little girl become.^ an aciross I also, leaving iier Quaker home, lo wiiich slie is litially induced to return by her Quaker lover, after ^h,; lias (uid j a strenuous career. who are all survivors of the Lusitania disaster. Risca Williams, a member ot the company, will relate the story ol^ [lie sinking of the giant .ship, giving his experiences in that awful disaster. Reserved seats may be secured at lledleys now. At tlie Empress By a mistake last night's Herald aunouuced the play "Bred in the Bone" for the Orpheum. This is being filmed at the Empress, and was witnessed by a good crowd last night. It will be shown again tonight. U is tlie story ot an actress who abandons her child lo the care of Quakers. In later this page goeis to press at I o'clock p. m. classified ads must be delivered BV this At JStarlaiid For the last time toiiiglii. tluit uuique photo-drama " 'Twas Ever i i(ouR TO ENSURE I.VSERTION Thus" featuring tlie ever popular Elsie : THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. Janie will be .shown at Starland 1 iii addition to this wonderful picture the two-reel Chaplin comedy, "Char- j lie's Elopmeni" an Essauay scream, in will be shown. Wednesday and Thursday, Mari^ior-ite Clarke, who needs no introduction j to the patrons of this popular house, will appear in "Still Waters". This is a story of a little girl who lives with a stern grandfatlier on a river barge. drive delivery wagon. Apply �'. O.x-land, UIO .6th -Vve. South. Phone 792. 66-0 ______^ _ _ '"'tzH I FOR SAL13-One mahogany piano in i good condition, $240 for quick sale. ' Easy terms. Mason and Hiscli Ltd., \ Balmoral block, 5th St. S. ��-0 j SRIGIIT young girl out of Business 'College wishes a position in office as stenographer. Willing to work for small salarv for experience. Apply Box 31. Herald Office. 71-0 2,000,000' Belgians Depend on us for Bread! Since shortly aittst the German invasion, tlie Belgians have depended for food entirely on the "Commission for Relief in Belgium". Their own stote of food, even if not destroyed or pillaged, would last only three weeks-they have had no chance to raise mote- and the ruthless Geimans refuse lo supply them! Backed by the DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Freight Shedi. PHONES: Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 FOR SAIjE-Good home :;rown, well ripened government tested timothy seed for sale $10.50 per 100 pounds. Less than 100 pounds. 25c extra, .fno. McD. Davidson, Coaldale, Alta. 62-'J(', FOR SALE-Six milch cows, Holstein and Ayrshire, coming fresii in JIarcli and April, ages 5 and 6 years. a. Mc-Culiough, Cardston, Alta., Phone R. 70S._7.r-6 FOR SALE - Choice seed potatoes. Early Ohio and Gold Coin seed potatoes for sale, $2.00 per cwt., sacked f.o.b. car, Letlibridge. h Gaiviu, Lethbrldge, Alberta. 71-0 �o generously conlributed in the British Empire and the United States, the neutral Belgian Relief Commission has impoitecl enough wheaL flour and other foods to feed the whole nation so far. The great majority of ihe 7,000,000 Belgians led in the country have been able to pay for their daily allowance of bread-but a steadily growing number liavc no raoney left. Unless we are willing lo let these hundreds of thousands of women, children and old men starve, ihey must be fed at ihe expense of the Belgian Relief Fund. To make ihis possible someone must contribute nearly $3,000,000 a month-every month-all this winter! No people under the Allied Flags are as well able to contribute generously as we Canadians! No cause has ever been more deserving of help! In the name o' Justice and Humanity-for the sake of oik own self-respect-let us give all we can lo help our martyred Allies! Cheques to be made payable to "THE TREASURER" BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, 59 St, Peter Street, Montreal, or to local committees. $2.50 Feeds A Belgian Family A Month. WANTED-Men and women to learn barberlng. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot 33-0 \VANTF.D-Men arid woiuen to learn IkqR SALE-A sellct bunch of mares barber trade , eight weeks qualifies ; ^^^j gemings, all broken, ranging from tools free ; waRcs while leariimR ; po- noo to 15J)0 pounds in weight, will sit.ons guaranteed ; i lustratetl c^ta- ,,,i^e at the Farmers' Feed Stable on loRue_^an(l particulars free, aio'.er Bar- ^^^^ ,f j,^^^.!, t,,^ f^,.^ her College, b04a Centre St., Lai- bnying_ . 70-6 pjary. _37-0 FOR SALE-Two sates, 1 concert grand piano, 1 Regal piano, 3 tlat top _____________ - desks, 1 Sun typewriter, I No. 7 He- W^'\NTED_Sltuatlon as stableman or;,nington typewriter. City Second SITUATIONS WANTED teamster by reliable man. Bos 48, Herald. Addi-esB ; ffand Store, 106 ,5th Street "south. I Phone 142?. 70-(> BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROO.M-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th SL North. 34-0 ROOMS TO RENT For Sale At the Eclv.storiu ATHLETIC PARK i'.ifilu sialliouo, t'. registered I'erclieiuris, weighing from JtJOO lo :;,UOO; J French draft iiorses weigliiiiK !7U'i lo 1!)00. These are pure bred rIocU. Will sjivo pcdigri'ch for all. Apply W. J. DoddB, Mr. Walk-nett or Mr. Sarry, Lethbrldge, Alberta FOR SALE-Choice llax for seed purposes; high purity and germination test. Will fill any sl'^e order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. Ncfl', McVay ranch, .Albion Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING LEE DUCK-Tailor, high class w al lowest prices. Delivery free. 13th ,St. N. Phone 1770. Gentle.oien's Suit, pre.sspxl................$ ."lO Cleaned ii pressed, 2-piece suit .7r. Cleunod & pressed, '.'.-piece suit 1.00 French cleaned and pressed.. L25 Pants, pressed ................20 Pants, cleaned and pressed... .35 Pants, I'''rencb cleaned, pressed .50 Overcoat, pressed .............50 Overcoat, cleaned and pressetl .75 Ladies' Suit, pressed .................50 Suit, cleaned and pressed .. . .75 Suit, French cleaned, pressed 1.25 Skirt, pressed .................25 Skirt, cleaned and pressed .. .40 Skirt, French cleaned, pressed .55 .\ll repairing charges extra. 72-6 S. V. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES is opening a class ill Pianoforte Playltig and Theory under the direction ot Mr. h. c. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations oC the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to h, C, C. Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. PLUMBER M. WOLF-Sheet metal worker and Plumber, 713 Srd Ave. South. Phono 1715. 52-2G MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio, 1226 5th Avenue A .South. Phone 1308. 60-12 ANNOUNCEMENT-Mr. H. M c G. Youiig, Teacher ot Voice, Piano and Theory, wishes to announca that ho , is prepared to leacii Hand Culture, | or I'Mnger Technique, using Clavier. Tnlile.'j. etc., combined with New England Conservatory instruction books and pieces for primary pupils, A limited amount of teaching done at pupils' residences. Studio's: Orpheum Theatre Block. Room 4; ros-idepce Y. M. c. A. 72-6 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 yoara factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England, peference to the leading muslolans of the city. Phone 1108, 1253 fith Ave. A South, DECORATING FOR S.'MjE-Two pair computing FCKNISHED ROOMS-Warm, com-' scales, weigh up to 24 and 30 lbs.; foitablo room on Man street, free i cream separator, I Edison phono-bath and telepliono. Apply Southard graph with 50 records. All snaps, block. 68-6,City Second Hand Store, Ku; 5th SI. ROOM TO RENT-Nicely furnished, South. PlKiiie 1428. 70-li one block south of central school; ! POR SALi>-Airalra7 timothy, mixea' breakfast Is desired; 623 9th Street; hay, bluejoint and straw ready for South. 63-Ox MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-To buy a delivery rig in good shape. Apply Western Mercantile Co., 606 3rd Ave. S. . 69-0 WANTED-To rent from May Ist lOlii modern bungalow, by good tenant. Have a trade purchase proposition to offer if desired. Box 36 Herald. 69-B prompt shipment. All hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, '204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777, Residence Phono 365. 9-0 WANTED-3,000 Sheep, first class breeding ewes. No old ewes. Please give full particulars in first reply. Will consider small lots.-J. W. Alac-Graw. New Dayton, Alia. 08-6 NOTICE Wanted-a second hanu 32 or 40 ^ I h.p. Ueoves plowing engine. Alberta >' ! boiler; inusl be in good condition. State register number and price to G. Malohou & Sons, Stavoly. Alta. Box 67. 49-26 Messrs, Johnstone and Ritchie have removed their offices from the Union Bank Building to the Acadia Block, No. 612 3rd Ave. S. LOST AND FOUND FOUND-Ladles' Coin Purse at Masonic Hall, Tuesday eve. Contains small amount ot Milvor. Owner please call al Red Cross Rooms 68-Ox FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin variotlesi, price for less than ton lots $2.00 per cwt., ton Jots .faS, cur-load lots, $35 ton, sacked f.o.b Lethbrldge. Order early as the seed potato supply is limited and tliesu prices are likely to be advanced. 11. Galvin, Phone R304, Lethbrldge. 73-0 SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for yoiir shoe repairs. Work done proinptiv. Orders called for and delivered, Frank Miles. 511 ith .'Vvonue South. 52-0 >o- I'll send yeu a maid who will come well recom-. mended, who will fit into ihe household and prove tu be a splendid servant TO RENT TO RKNT-6 room furnished house. Apply Box 531 Lethbrldge. 67-U TO RENT-New 6 roomed house, fully modern. Within two blocks of car line. Prices rea.sonable. Apply 537 12th St. b. Noilli. Plione 767 between x a. ra. and 6 p.m. 72-6 LOST- A Light Bay Gelding, rising ' four years, wcislil iOOO. Branded B.8, i on right hip, one white foreleg. $0.00 tor return to T, I'urnbull, 913 13th St. south.  68-6 LOST~2 Bay liorsos, both branded, the biggest one, JF joined on right shoulder, and pipe brand op Jaw. Reward of $20 will be'paid tor Information leading to tlieir recovery, ,/ipply Peter Petet'sou, Stavoly, Altu, 71-6 Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR BALE ;t?.rt"routH. ^����� ^32 DRAYING OF ALL KINDS WELLINGTON BROS,-The Decorators, Paperhangera and Palntom; Kalsomlnlng, Oenenil Decorating and Sign Writing. Estlmatea given. Tlie oldest established Palnten in Lethbrldge, Res. Phono 1472; office phone 17S2, Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbrldge, Alta. 160-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed of bU kinds. Carloads or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or selling- Wo are In touch with the best marksts Storage space for rent, (".xcellcnt basement for peilahable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phono 1244, P. 0. Box 112. 167-0 AUCTIONEER lAMAWANTAD. RUBBER STAMPS Mado in Lethbrldge hy the Heraltl Job Department. Phorie 1252. W L. WILRON, Licensed Auctfonaer. All kinds of sales-Conducted. Terms reanonable. . Prompt aottlementi, Job lots of stookB ot merchandise pwrchased. i will al0o buy the entire contents nt titmlshed houses. Head omeo at the Wllsou I^imlture Co., 416 IStti dt. North Lethbridge, Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale ot your farming stoolc, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, C'.iiaiiH Frank Waddlngton, Lethbrldge, who win give you expert service on reasonable terms, "Twenty years' experience. 268-0 W. A, HENDERSON . ;