Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
>AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 18,1916 ARPHEUM "Last Days of Pompeii" V LastTimeTonighll 1A THE GREAT ORIGINAL PASQUALI $250,000 PRODUCTION 10,000 People - - 260 Big Scenes s LAND-MISCELLANEOUS TO RENT-Alfalfa and timothy Irrl-fiatert farm, good bulltllng� aiul hog pasturo. C. H. Panlcl, city phoni-124ri, niral phono 115. S2-0 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTRD-A porlpr. Alexandra Hotol. Apply nt. tho SI-0 LAND WANTED - Wanted to buy from owner '4 or \i suction Improved land in SUudlal or Iron Springs dlH-U'lct. Must bo u bargain. Apply nt onco to Box 50, Herald Oftice. TI-IU Direct from the W^llacks Theatre, New York WANTED-A girl for general hoiiso-work. Apply 121.-! Sth Ave. S. 71-0 MPRESS THEATR MONDAY & TUESDAY KILTIES' NIGHTS COMING at FULL SPEED WANTKD-stowed for Chinook Club, must bo reliable. Apply i" person to the aocrotary, after Vi noon. 78j^ WANTED-Oood general servant. Apply mornings. 1251 (Uh Ave. A. S.j_ or phone 1455. _ '^S-G TUES., MAR. 21st P.STOART-WHYTEv^^S 7^1 WANTED-Steuogrnpher and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Qvant & Molr. Uaroua, Alia.__79-0 WANTED-Capable girU for light hciisen-ork, no washing. Apply 131S Ith Avenue S., city. _^^l-^ WANTEa>-Girl tor general houso-ork. Apply Mrs. A. M. Marshall, 5th Avenue A South. 82-0 CHAPTEK ONE (HELEN'S RACE WITH DEATH) Euiiaway train i>Iinij�ius down iiioitntaiii grade! Helen's leap on lior.seback into river when her rescne mission seems foiled by open draw! Terrific collision when Helen, by throwing*' switch sends rnnaway freight into siding:! - Thril! After Thrill at Lightning Speed Each chapter of this huge production Is fairly alive with thrills- ^ the big, red-blood thrills and the dare-devil action for which fearless Helen Holmes is famous. No man on earth is so capable of directing a thrill production as J. P. McGowan, who directs "The Girl and the Game." No living author is so capable of writing thrills as Frank H. Spearmen, the great railroad author who wrote "The Girl and the Game." Each chapter Is a distinct production-a distinct triumph in itself. The chapters are bound together by a strong skein of romance, love and suspense which carries over from chapter one to the last scene of chapter fifteen. WJVNTED-At once, "a girl capable of i assuming some responsibility In a prl-i vate house. Apply Jlrs. C. E. Brandow, �jfiOti 10th St. S.___^_ I WANTED-At once, married man and wife tor farm work. Must bo experienced and reliable. Phone or write J. W. Hurd, Bo\\?^ Island, AlUi. , 70-6 , WANTED-Boy to aTiswor telephone and make himself generally useful. I Wages ?16 per month. Apply Dr. 1 Uusk, 520 5th St. S. S3-1 With a Perfect Cast TWENTY-PIVE PEOPLE -MOSTLY GIRLS- A SUPERB PRODUCTION Prices 50c. to $1.50 SEATS ON SALE AT HED-LEY'S, TOMORROW (SAT). laiU SALE - Garden land, one lU and ono 5-acre garden tract under Irrigation and cultivation, close to city Dn good terms. II. Galvln, I'hono HHOI, Lcthbridge.____________77-0 WA.N'TEIJ - "HHi Aci"e8 in Turin oT Sundial District, in exeluingo tor house in I.othbridge as i)art payment. Clear title to house. Ap])ly P. O. Box 354, City.___SIMi LAND KOR HALE Oil KENT - We have auito a number of improved IJanns for sale at prices ?10 to $20 per acre and on crop payments It desired. N. D. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Block, phone 570. K3-II WANTED- -Llltinil of tafm fands' Tii all locattoiis, on crop payment or ordinary agreement. It you want to buy or rent n farm see us. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Macdonald Block, or Phone 1522. 75--0 LENZIE FARM"ToR S"ALh>^Atron" zio, 4 miles nortUwe.st of Lethbridge, \fi section good land, in good condition and good location; cheap In price. Apply S. Wilkinson, Lethbridge, or on the farm. 7.S-r) MASSAGE SUPERPL0U8 HA^R REtrtOVED-SHAMPOOINQ-MIsi K. M. Holmot gradunto of tho Pennaylvania OrtU-opaedlo InBtltiilc, Medical Massage and Gymnastics I Swedish). Electrical Vibratory and Thcrapeutle Light Troatmonts, Eleatrolysls and Shampooing TreatraentB given by appointment only: Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B, Smith-It you are sick and want to regain health, tako spinal adjtistmenta ami get well. Conaul-tutlou free. Ofllco In residence, 003 7th Ave. S.. hours 0.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1077. OS-27 I GUARANTEE A tremendons thrill in every chapter ol" "The Girl and the Game." This gi-eat railroad film novel. In chapters, staiTing Helen Holmes and written by Frank Hamilton Spearman is built, on a series of extraordinary climaxes. Each succeeding thrill excels iu daring and intensity, the one before! SAMUEL S. HUTCHINSON - President Signal Film Corporation MAJESTIC TONIGHT modern \ Al DEVLLLi: BAEDER LA VELLE TRIO Comedy Cyclists OLGA McALPINE Singing Comedienne LOWELL & ESTHER DIREW 'At tlie Drug Store" KING SAUL^ Oil Painting Novelty 4'-] RJeTs^pTcTI^ Ur-.CHESTRA HRICES- 15cT 25^^=, 35=750cT j WANTED-.Men and women to learn � barbering. Wages while learning, tools tree. Situation guaranteed. In ;� formation, book of instructions mail ; ed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 , Centre St.. near C.P.K. depot. 33-0 WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weeks qualities ; tools free ; wages v.hilc learumR ; positions guaranteed ; iUustratnii caia-loi;ue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, G04a Centre St.. Cal- p:ary\___^ ____37-0 Congenial work at home among church people. Man or woman 60 days or less. Spare time may be used. No experience required. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE PRESS, Spadina, Ave., Toronto. FAliM for" rent 2 Sections oC land, near Altomdt.. Alia.. ROO acres under cultivation, 130 acres summur-tnllow. First class place tor stock raising. Well fenced, good grazing land. Apply .1. Garrison, S. W. \\ Sec. 30-5 9, Altorado. Alberta. 72-12 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen/s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv. en on application. 1224 7th Avonuo South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M.'aiid F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Cth Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-PhyBlolan, SiirBoon, Acdt^uchor. Houra 2-S; 7-8 p.m. onico 914 Third Avonue. Phono 1253. OR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eyo, NoBO anil Ttroat; 115 Shurlock Bldg. Off lea hours 10-12; 2-5; ovonioKs by ap^\\'e wisl? to'pufcirase~a~T roomed shack tor a customer. Price must bo low. Apply A. .1. Rlackburne Bldg. 81-G Birable bungalow. No. 64S 14th St., S., fully modern,'gas, range, etc. Apply in firts instance at Ford Garage. 83-fi WANTED - A two-roomed movable shack, or a larger building which can be taken down. Must bo cheap for cash, .\pply box 37, Herald. 83-3 FOR SALE-Four teams ot young work horses, prices right, gentle and ready for work. Four miles N. E. ot Lethbridge. Phono R-102, Charles 81-6 the giving or directions with reference ,f^^^ -, gj^.^g plowing, to the disposal of the estate., .abundance pure running water. Whole Even- creditor or person claiming fj,^,^^ p^,^ irrigated If desired. Splen- I LAST TIMES TONIGHT Qharles Chaplin in "The Mix-Up" 4 REELS PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES-WAR GAZETTE DANIEL-.. .. .t , IN FIVl: PARTS 1 Hj IVir Iv�i J \, I he rnmrose Pal h te'cTONlGHT B Reel adaptation by M. B. Harvey from the play by Bayard Veiller, .luth-or of "Within the Law'' NOTICE .Notice is hereby given that in accordance with liio provisions of The irrigation .\ci, the (ioveninieiit ot the Province of All)erta have* filed the nerPHBin-y nieuuinp.I ami plans required by Sections i;; mid 15 of the said Act, with llit- CoinniisKloiier of Irrigation. ;il Cilgary, Alberlii. The apiilicaiit appliet; for the i-iglil to impound KUt'l'lcienl water in a llouleo on the novlliwesl iiuc.rler of Section 2.S, lowiisliip II, Raniie lU, west of the 4th meridian, to lili a reservoir created by tho livection of a dam for domestic purposes,' and tor tho right to construct the necessary worka, as sliown by tlio luemoriiil and plans filed, to enable tho water so diverted to bo used for the said domestic use of the- community. The s^ild Northwest quarter ot Section 28 is also affected by right of way tor the. proposed works. Dated at Kdmonton, Alberta, this 7th day ot February, 1916. L. C. Churlesworth, Deputy Minister of Public AVorks No. B. Applicnnl. Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE FOR SALE or" TRADE - Wo wTll trade our household goods from 8 rooms, tor any kind of farm stock or machinery. Quick sale. 122 StU St., S. A. .1. Robinson. 83-0 (08 Fifth Street South. DRAYING OF KINDS Phone G32 ALL FOR SALE-Choice flax for seed purposes; high purity and germination tqst. Will nil any size order from ono bushel to a ear. Address L. P. Neft, McVay ranch, Albion lUdge, Alberta. 70-0 two dollars a.- setting. C. '024 lOth St^ S.' l-lXTCfilNG EGGS-s:"C. While'Leg-liorn from good laying strain. $1 a sotting. .Mrs. Ooellnlcht, River Bottom, east of Powiu' House, phone 503. S3-1 FOR SALE-OiU) concert gVaiKf piano in walnut case, iiiid in excoliuiit condition. This Instrunient 8iipp\y iB Umltod anfi those prices are likely\to be advaticecl 41. Galvln, Phone n3�4, Lothhrldgo. a XoiiderB will be received until Mar. 25th for' tho excavation' tor laying of six (G) inch pipo linos at Dunmore and Tabor. Trenches to bo four thousand, (4000) feet long at Dun-more alia fourteen hundred (1400) I'eol long at Taber. Seven (7) foot six (G) Inches deep. Partlqulnre gun bo had at this of-lice. � , \ \ LoWei;t or any tender not necosaar-I lly accepted. J, M, MaoArthiir, Acting SuporlntefidAit 0:P.R., . Afl. No. II. Lethbridge, W. A. HENDERSON A COY., Lethbridge : ; : Msdlelna hit Winnipeg -.J,- Chartered Accountant* A'ycountuucy In all its branohea: Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, SyslematlzlKg. and Trust WorK, Inves-li^atiouB, Liijuldailoua, -I- Acadia Building, Lethbrlags Residont �. J. RITCHIE PATER90N. Chartursd Accountant (tir.gtj Tins.PAGE ObElS *l"0 PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS ilbUR TO ENSURiS INSERTION THE SA.M13 DAY AB ORDERED.