Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1916 No Advance.! Pjj 1 In Prices- ^GRAFT^ Uh Instalment-"The Power of the People," suggested by Reginald Wright Kautfman and written by Joe Brandt and Hugh C. Weir, a continuation of this remarkable serial, treats of the efforts of the honest District Attorney to stifle the Illegal tactics of the grain Interests. Many other good pictures including 2 rip-roaring comedies. . s I^ND-MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A iiortor. Alexandra Hotol. Apply at the 81-0 WANTED work. Apply '-A girl tor geuoral liouse-pply 1215 r.tu Ave. S. 71-0 WANTKD-Steward tor Chinook Club, must bo reliable. Apply poraon to the aouretary, attor 12 noon^_78-0 WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY THEODORE ROBERTS \H Ml'. Gi'cx (�l Monte Carlo MARY PICKFORD in "MADAME BUnERFlY" A SPLENDID PICTURIZAT ;0N OF JOHN LUTHER' LONG'S FAMOUS CLASSIC : TAKEN IN BEAUTIFUL JAPANESE SCENERY. 5 REELS. WANTED-Stenograplier and bookkeeper, ninn pretorrotl. Apply Orunt & Molr. Barons. Alta. 79-0 WANTED-Capable Ktrl for light housework, no washiiiK. -'^PPl.v 131j! 4Ui .ii venue S., oily. 82-0 WANTEiD-Girl for general houge-work. Apply Mrs. M. -Marahall. l;il4 uth Avenue A South. 82-0 MAJESTIG-TOMORROW TWO NIGHTS, STARTING ^ ^ TUES., MARCH dl FtSTOART-WHirTE- REVIVE5 What the Press Agents Say WANTEDt-At ouce, luarried man and wife for farm work. Must lie experienced and reliable. I'houe or write W. Hurjd, Bow IslamL 7'J-U WxVNTKD-Man or~woma"n tii distribute war literature. $120.00 for sl.\ty days' work In your own community. Spare time may be useil. Winston Co., Toronto. Ad. No._D^ U'A.N'TED" - An exlierlSFeTTiictory pleeeworker, one with -sewing machine preferred, accustomed to making ladies' and children's clothing. Apply after 8 o'clock to VJin F'Irst Ave. N. S4-6 BRIGHT WITH A PERFECT CAST OF 25, AND A SUPERB CHORUS. "Glorious Girlhood Gorgeoueli^;'.Gowned." All^of them pretty, sorne of "them witty, none over twenty and only one married. A SCENIC PRODUCTION VV6RTHY OF THE PIECE. -The Greatest Musicalj Gbme'dy" Ever Written-;- PRItES:............... oOc to ^IJiU Saat^ at,- Hedley'.^ .Vow. EMPRESS TONltHTiiiiibAY COMING at FULL SPEED- KILTIES^iJjJKpEr;^ and the CHAPTEK ONE (IIELEXS KACE WTTII DEATH) Kuiiaway train i)lniij>inj> tUtww luouiitaiii }>Tade! Heleii'.s leap on Iiops('bay open draw! Terrific collision when Helen, l)y tluowinj; .sAvltch .sends runaway I'reifilit into sibling-! Never before has a film manufacturer given a production such a forr.eful guarantee- Tie Biggest of all Film Productions HELEN HOLMES in this new, stujjendous railroad film novel, has reached the pinnacle of her astounding career. Former thrills which she has enacted are paled Into Insignificance by the magnitude of her breathless undertakings In this amazing production- ____The Girl and the Game consists of fifteen powerful two-act chapters. One chapter will be shown each: week. This Is a tremendous picture! Big. scenes-vivid action-delightful romance-played by a caste of world-wide favorites. SPECIAL NOTICE! THE KILTIES take over the Theatre Tonight and Tomorrow Evening PROCEEDS TO BE DEVOTED TO THEIR BAND. A SPECIAL PROGRAM OF SONGS BY -DIFFERENT MEMBERS OF THE REGIMENT HAS BEEN ARRANGED. THE KILTIES BAND WILL ALSO BE' IN ATTENDANCE. NO ADVANCE in PRICES. SWELL THE FUND FOR THE KIL-TIES' BAND BY ATTENDING THE- EMPRESS ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING. . = ' At the Empress Tonight Is Kilties night at tlie Empress. Tlie treat aerifs '"I'he Uirl and Tiic Game," will open tonlglit with i chapter one, featurinpr Helen Holmes, ' the daring movie actress who has thrilled thousands with her (eats. The .story opens with Helen as a little girl being saved from injury by a little boy. in later years she saves her r\vANTED-Men and wom�n to leam lathers special from disaster from a ; barber trade ; eight weeks qualities ; i WANTED-.Men and women to learn I barberlng. Wages while learning; I tools free. Situation guaranteed. In-j formation, book of iustruutlons mail-jed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33^-0 WANtBD-.Married'mairroniaTf sec" tion farm, summer or yearly contract, separate house, woman to give some help in owner's home, near town. Apply giving references to W. A Hamilton, 1210 oth Ave. A. outh, phone lL'07. 84.(1 TO RENT-Alfalfa and timothy Irrigated farm, good hutldlnBS and hog pasturt), C. K. Daniel, city phone 1245, rtiral phono 115. ^2-fi PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAND WANTED - Wanted to buy from owner Vi or ^ section Improved land in Sundial or Iron Springs district, ilust be a bargain. Apply at once to Box 50, Herald Office. 7-I-12 POll SALE - Garden land, one 10 and one 5-acre garden tract under irrigation and cultivation, close to city on good terr.iB. H. Galvln, Phono m04, Lothbrldge. ""-0 WANTED - lliO Acres in Turin or Sundial District, in exchange for houiie In Lethbrldge as i)art paymoiil. Clear title to house. Apply V. O. llox Sai, City.____83-1! I..AND FOR SALIO OR RICNT - We have quite a mmiher of Improved farms for sale at prices $10 to ?:;o per acre and on crop payments If desired. .V. n. Peal & Co., 10 Macdounld Ulock, phone I'wO. S3-0 MASSAGE SUPERPLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K, M, Holmos gradURto of the Pennsylvania Orth-opaodio Inatltuto, Modlcnl MasaaBO and Gymnastics iSwedlsh), Eioctrl-OAl Vibratory and ITierapeutla Light Treatmonts, Rleotrolygla and Shampooing TreatmentB given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS MEDICAL WANTED--Listings of farm lands In j all locations, on crop payment or ordi- ^ nary agreement. If you want to buy ; or rent a farm see us. Ullnols-Alherta Realty Co., 'i .Macdonald Block, or Phone 1522. 7,-.-0 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-If you are sick.and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consultation tree. Onico In residence. 003 7th Ave. S., hours !).;!() to 7 to !t. Phone l(!7". liS-37 FOR SALE-160 Acres irrigated, well Improved, 30 acres alfalfa. Price $1)5 per acre, $1000 cash, balance terras. 1400 aero ranch, fenced, running water, $11.00 per acre, terms. T. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbrldge, Alberta. 77-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avonuo South, Phone 74J. runaway train, and finds the engineer 10 he her girlhood friend. Two reels of this great production will tie shown each wi-ek. In tlie picture tonight the d.iring teat ol" the girl leaping from a bridge with her horse lino the river is siiown. tools free ; wages while learuinf; ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated catalogue and particulars free. Moler Bather College, e04a Centre St., Cal-Rarv._ 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED At the Orpheiim Tiie fourth instalment of the serial "Grai't" will lie shown at the Orpheuni tonight. Owing to the illness of several of the vauilmille trouiie with typhoid, tlie iis!:h1 vaudeville will not be shown this week, but will he resumed next week. I The story of "Graft" is continued ! Herald. _^ ___________________________ ! this week in tlie doings of the grain W.-VN"!ED-lly an experienced com-! gamblers. In this chapter Dorothy morcial man, a position as travelling j Maxwell hecomes aware of her fath- salesman for a wholesale house. Can , er's connection with the big grafters, |give good references. Bo.x 141, Ray-land is heartbroken. Her lover, tlieimond, Alta. _ ________'>3^ district attorney, rfsigns, hut oontiii- i ' -^-^j:-^-- ues his attacks against the grafters | TO RENT llirough the press. W.V.NTED-By experienced' cook, situation in hotel or on ranch. Open for engagement at once. Address Box 22. Herald.________^__80-G WANTED-By American woman, twi"-dow with no children), position as cook on ranch, is first class cook and jean give satisfaction. Apply box 17, 83-(; At Starlsiml Starland's patrons have a tre.Tt in store tor tonight and tomorrow, when ;lie wonderful little favorite. Alary Pickford will appear in "Jtadame iJut-terfly," lier latest .iiid greatest suc-c^ss. ill piodiicing this picture tliera wrs s()n:e linitii in the mind.^ of the producer II.-: to whetlier Miss Picktord ciuUl :idi pi herself "o a i:haracter that was so totally dirlerent' to the charac-ers which she.ustially portrayed in motion pictures, ^ar/tv^njendous success in this production, Jms-placed her in a class by herrielf'*o fnr as , ver-i satility is concerned^ aiid .stamps her 1 as the foremost actr^ss'ln the moving picture world. - Thiiv picture was taken in Japan. - . .. i - On Wednesday and Thursday Theodore Roberts, whrf has become such a favorite with Letlibijdfee ^^udiences, j jwill appear in a sjifenjifsj pJCiilirizatioii of E. Phillip Oppeiflielttfp^popular story. -.Mr. Orex of ifoiUej /Carlo". At the^iijestii;^' � 'The Battle-C't>v6f'Pi�aco,'' a motion liicture spectacle ion'''Br par'with "The Birth of a -Nation." has been-booked by the management Of the . Majestic theatre for showing here on Wednesday and Thursday, .March USith and ;iiith. .Accompanying tlip production will be a magniUcent orchestl'a, and an enormous amount o( stage and scenic pro|;eriies. Full announcements regarding other detnils will he puh-lishc'' TO RENT - Fully modem 7-roomed hcii.se. Bath. etc. .No. 319 13th Street south. Apply .-Vrthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardwnt-e Co. 84-0 CLKAR TITLE to 20 acres, close to Lethbridge, being north half of Legal Sub-dlvlslon 13 of section 30, towu-3hip 8, range 20, west of the 4th. Eor sale, rent, or trade for horses, cattle or sheep. What have you to offer? Address E. J. Waldie, Mortlach, Sask. 77-12 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and K. rhllllps, graduate nurses. 704 Oth Ave. South. Phone 315, 47-0 TO RENT-An irrigated dairy farm consisting of 160 acres, four and a half miles from Lethbridge. good stable for Co head of cattle, also a 7 roomed house, good milk house, lots of open range; 25 milk cows goes with farm, also horses to work it. Parties with no capital or stock need not appl.v. E. McKenzle, P. O. Box 546 Lethbrldge, Phone R 109. 79-0 VIAVI VIAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc) All communications to iMrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South, 31-0 I DR. w, 8, QALBRAITH-Phyaiclan. Surgeon, Aocouchar. Hours 2-8: 7-8 p.ia. Oflloe 914 Third Avenu*. Phone 1263, DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Bje, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; ovenlnts by appointment, Phonea: Office 341. Re-etdenco 593, ORB, CONNOR, MoNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Blook. TolophouRB; Office; 319; Resldonco Office hours: 'lino 12 a. m.; 1.30 to :;.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A,, M.D.-Phy- stolan. Surgeon, Accoucher, 1824 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to S. Phone 47fi. 80-0 DENTAL DYEING AND CLEANING MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Spring rye, good for seed thoroughly cleaned. Apply R. C. Harvey, 322 5th -A^ve. South. 79-6 FOR SALE^-Baby carriage, six hole range and full sized bed. Cheap for tiuick sale. Apply Box 18, Herald of-nce. 81-6 FOR SALE-Two used Gramophones for sale on easy terms. Mason it Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, .'ith St. South. 77-0 TO LEASE OR FOR SALE-That desirable bungalow, No. 648 Mth St.. S.. fully modern, gas, range, etc. Apply in tirts instance at Ford Garage. 83-6 FOR SALK-Four teams ot young work horses, prices right, gentle and readv for work. Four miles .N. E. of Lethbridge. Phone R-IOL', Charles 81-6 TO RENT-A furnished house-keeping apartment, with gas, telephone. Central location, reasonable rent Apply 1010 2nd Ave. South. 80-6 TO RE.NT-Furnished rooms for light housekeeping in modem house, close in, very reasonable. Applv lt'2;i 3rd Ave. A South. 82-3 BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROO.M-Apply to Mrs. Brook. 402 13th St. North. 34-0 NOTICE Tetiders will he received until Mar. 25th for the e'xcavatlon for laying of six (61 inch pipe lines at Dunmore and Tabor. Trenches to he four thousand (4000) feet long at Dun-more and fourteen hundred (I40u)feet long at Taber. Seven (7) feet six (6) inches deep. Particulars can be had at this office. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. M. JlacArthur, .AclInK Superintendent C.P.R., .A.d. No. U. Lethbridge, I "i-lorodora, llie greatesi nnisical comedy ever written, will bo given an ela.borate revival lU the .Majestic theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday, .March 21 and Ti. The piece whb originally produced in ItiOij in botli London anei''"-'i- Call or write Willis Piano Co., "Standard Furniture Co. store, 610 4 th .-s! yen lie South._____81-6 FOR S'^LE-A Player Piano, iti ina-liogany 'case, satin finish. Regular price $9()O^00, for quick sale $585.00, .Mason & Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St. Sduth._77^ FOR SALE-'-Good home grown, well ripened government tested timothy seed for sale $10.50 per 100 pounds. Less than 100 pounds, 25c extra. .Ino. JlcD. Davidson, Coaldale, Alta. 02-26 THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cloanlng; guaranteed to turn out every pleco of work at Its best. Only the most sclentlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please von. Collect and deliver. Pbono 181'' 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Purs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phono 444. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-F-ied ol all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotatlotis when buying or selling- Wo are In touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent basement for peilshable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dsntlst, graduato ot Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certlflcato. Office; Room* 6 and 6. Bryan Block. Phono 1071. OR, L. T, ALLEN-Dentist (sucoessof to Urs. Courtlce ft GUchrlBt)-Grad-uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 1166, Lethbrldge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Dre. Stewart and Mc-Clure Hours: 9 to E. Office. Hlg-Inbotham Block, Phone 874. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member ot Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.B. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-B. Office: 6-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phonn 161fi. UNDERTAKING T. S, FETTERLY-Treading Funeral Director and Embalraer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Gran Ite Works ot Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. Residence 284 7th Ave. 8.. Phono 1176. Open day and night ,, S 1 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer ^' Director. 808 Srd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open alght and day. MUSIC GARBL'TT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge - Hours: Day school, 9 a. m.-1 p. ni.. every school day. Night school: Monday and Thursday evfnings. 7.31) to 9.30. .Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for information. 84-0 FOR SAIjE - Cheap, two-piece bedroom suite in golden oak, also dining suite, round extension table and six chairs, a snap If taken at once. Apply 1101 lllh St. .south. S2-0x FOR SALE OR TRiUJE" - We wllT trade our household' goods from 8 rooms, for any kind o,f farm stock or nmchinery. Quick sale.. 122 8th St., S. A. .1. RQt)inson. \ S;i.ti FOR SALE-Choice flax lor seed purposes; high purity and\ germination tost. Will nil any size or^er from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. .\eff, aicVay ranch, .\lbion Rld^o,' .A.lberta. ] 70-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A large shack and a small barn, must be a bargain and in good repair. Call or phono R-lOl", Charles Glaspey. 81-6 WANTED-We wisn to purchase a roomed shack for a customer. Price must be low. Apply A. J. Blackburne and Co., Acadia Bldg. 81-U WIO CAN SHARPEN THEiM. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Avenue South. PonyExpress and Transfer BALED HAY for SALE (08 Fifth etreet South. draying 01? all kinds' l�hone 632 FOR SALK-One concert grand piano' in walnut case, and in exceijent condition. This instrument cost new $650 -it you are wanting a piano Vee this one, for $220 cash. City SeconU Hand store, 406 6th St., phone 1428. \ 79-6 HAY AND OATS FOR SALfiJ-Si car lots or wagon lots tor farmers onicom-mission. Farmers having produce to sell see or phone us. Coal oriflers handled. Alberta Mercantile and produce Co., 3 .Alacdonahl Block, Philne 1522.______________I^Vi FOR SALE^AIfalra, tlmoFhyr'inixfed hay, bluejoint and straw ready fi>r prompt shipment. All hay inspeotijd on farmers' wagons. National Hal Association grades. Farm Product] Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phon 777. Residence Phono 365. 9-t' FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice^ hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin varieties, price for less than ton lota $2.00 per cwt., ton lets $38, carload lots, $35 ton, sacked f.o.b Lethbrldge. Order early as the seed potato supply is limited and those prices are likely to be advanced. 11. Galvln, Phono R304, Lothbrldgo. 73-0 WANTED-Houses of all descriptions to rent. We will advertise them for you. If you want to rent a house see us. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Macdonald block or phone 1522. 75-0 lIOuiK WANTED-To rent by careful tenant. .Modern house on south side. Will give yearly lease If desired. Give location, description and rental to Box 20, Herald. ' S3-ii MISS AILEEN M, JONES is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H, 0, 0, Salmon, 1259 5th Ave. S. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorat-ors, Paperbangera and Painters; Kalsomtnlug, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Eetlmatea given. The oldest established Painters la Lethbrldge. Res. Phono 1472; offlce phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbrldge, Alts. 160-0 AUCTIONEER WA.N'TEl) - A two-roomed movable shack, or a larger building which can he taken down. Must be cheap for cash. j\pply hox 37^ il^"I''L___J'�'� LOST AND FOUND W.. L. WILHON, Licensed Auctioneer. All Vinds ot sales conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt sottlemonte. Job lots ot stookB ot merchandise purchaaed. I will aleo buy the entire contents of furnished houses. Head offlce at th� Wilson PnmUure Cc 416 latU dt. Nortli Lethhrldge. Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINQTON-lf you are contemplating an i auction sale ot your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-bridge, who will give you expert service on reaaonablo terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 LOST-1 automobile crank. Finder return to Ford Garage and receive reward. S2-0 For Sale-Eggs and Poultry FOR SALE-Barred Rock and White Rock setting eggs, $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. Apply .David B. Ailken, River Bottom, by power plant. 79-6 egg's FOll HATCFliNG - Pearson Strain Rose Comb Rods. Select pen, two dollars a setting. C. s. .Magulre, 924 loth St. S. 83-6 DRAYING Of All Kinrls Western Transfer Co. Office-C. P. r, Freight Sheds. PHONES: Office ........... 116S Stables .......... 1064 NOTICE Mt?s,si's, ,Johnstone. & Eitchio litivc I'tMiiovcil llieir offices Union Pmrik \\\<^ lo Hie Boek, I'oni 1:1 lb P, uild-A(*ailiii No. 613 Srd Ave. S. j\FOR SALE-S. C. While Leghorns, 'yearling hens and pullets, $15 per doz. plendid layers. Eggs from two choice Aiatings, $1.00 per setting. Grand White Rock pullets $;!.00 each. Eggs %\ and $3 per setting. Fred Senior, w\est Lethbrldge. 84-6 FOJR riALE-Pullets for breeding? EgVs for hatching from my S.C, R, I. Rei\s, 1st pen , headed by "Conny .MacVi." 2nd prize cockerel Lethbrldge pro'liuclal show, mated with 8 females incu\dlng "Rose Hud," 3rd prize pullet $2.5(1 iier 15; 2nd and 3rd pons $1.50 and !$2.�0. ,1. T. .McGregor, Henderson B'arU Poultry Yards, directly nortli\ red car Hue limit, Lethbrldge. 82-;i PIANO TUNING g, H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory ozperlenoe. Honours CorUfloate MT, Assn, London, England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the.city. Phone 1108. 1253 6th Ave. A South, NEEDLEWORK MISS LAURA RASMUSSEN is ;forni.-lug a class for girls under twelve years of age. Instructions In all kinds of handwork. Hours, Saturdays 3 to 5.30, and Mondays 4 to] 5.30. Fees $2.00 per month,, Address 215 L'nd Ave. S. 81-6 RPBER STAMPS Rjpule in Letlibridgo by the Hjerald Job Department. Phone 1262, SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th' Avenue South. 52-0 W. A. HENDERSON � OOY. Lethbrldge ; ; ; MedlolPa hat Winnipeg -+~ Chartered Accountanta Accountancy In all Its branches: Audit. Kecretarlai. Ad. vlBory, SystematUlDg; and Trust Work, Invo* lUatlouB, Llqutdatlona. Aoadla Building, Lethbrlagi Resident r. J. RITCHIE PATBR80N, Charttired Accountant (ticot) THIS PAGE GOEIS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P, M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUlt T9 ENSIJllE. ..J^SSJIl'WQN THE SAME DAY 'AS ORDERED.