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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I^AGE TWO THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY* H^BR A I, W FRIDAY. MARCH 24, 1916 SPECIAL FRIDAY-SATURDAY "TheTragetlyDf Pebbep-box Inn' A PICTURIZATION OF EMILE GABORIAU'S GREAT DETECTIVE ^ STORY IN THREE BIO ACTS ALSO PARAMOUNT TRAVEL SERIES AND 2 REELS COMEDY COMING MONDAY-TUESDAY 'Cliimiiiie Facldpii Out West" LAND-MISCELLANEOUS Positively Two Nights Only Next Tues. Wed. March 28th & 29th At 8.30 pmr READ H you have a drop of red blood In your veins, you will experience in witness-'ing this production a thrill 8uch as you have never knowti "before. You vylil �ee the enemy approaching the pc""^r-lessness of New York. The weakness of its forts and defences. You will see the havoc wrought by the enemy's howitzers, submarines, airships, shells, shrapnels and bombs. You will see New York in flames; and the desecration that follows is exactly as it happened in Belgium. THE MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE EVER CONCEIVED BY MORTAL MIND THE One .solid year in New York, Nine iiioiitlis in Chicaj�:o. Still ruiinlns>" at .Strand Theatre, Toronto Presented here exactly as shown in all the Principal Cities on this Continent SEE The German invasion of the United States. The bombard- . ment of Ntew York City. Skyscrapers blown to pieces. 10,000 People in the' cast. 2.000 Horses. Cities built up and destroyed. A Parallel of the Germans' dastardly woK^ in Belgium. Prices: 50c, 35c, 25c | Seats on Sale at Hedley's AOS Fdll SALE - Onraon Tnnrt, ono 10 n�(l Olio n-ncre garden tract under ir-rlgnttou and oiilttvatlon, close to city, an gbod, H. Oalvln, Phono n.lO-l, Lothbridge. ' "T-O PROFESSIONAL CARDS WANTED - 160 Acres in Turin or Sundial DlHtrlct, In exchange for house in Lothbridge as part payment. Clear title to house. Apply P, O. Hox 864, City. 8;Mi MASSAGE SITUATIONS VACANT WA.N'PBD-An orderly at tUe Onit hospital at once.__.88-0 \VAN"rEi5i^A.~porterr" Apply at the Ale.\andra Hotel. 81-0 LAto FOR SALE OH KKNT - \Vp have quite a number of Improved farms for sale at prlcos $10 lo ?20 por acre and on crop payments tf desired. N. El. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonnld Block, phoue f.70. S3i) SUPERPLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mlas K. M. Holmot graduate of tho Pennsylvania OrlU-opaedlo Inatltuto. Medical MBssage aud Gymnaatlca tSwedish). Electrical Vibratory and Thoraoautlo Light Ireatfflonts, Electrolysis and Shara-poolng Treatraonis given by appointment only. Room 1 Hull Bit I .----_______ ____ WANTED-A general servant. Apply 1001 8tli Ave. South. 86-B WANTED-A girl Tor general housework. Apply 1213 5th Ave. S. 71-0 WANTED-Woman to do plain sewing. Steady employment .If .desired. Apply Mrs. Street, 114 .5th St. S. 87-3 DAIRY E.\UM VvANfkr)--A' laigp' reliable and experienced family wishes to rent ou share or lease, a dairy farm, fully equlpncd, Including spring seed grain. Aiust have, nt least, a four roomed house, .\pply Itox 44 Herald olllco. .S8-fi CHIROPRACTORS WA.XTED-At once, a competent stenographer. Apply -to Johnstone �& Wl-chic, Acadia Building. ;.. So-6 WAKTED - A competent maid for general housework. Apply Mrsi.Qco-SUicey. 1116 .3rd Ave.. South. 8B-� WANTED-Stenographer and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & Molr, Biirons, Alta. 79-0 WANTED-A housekeeper on a farm, only one to cook for. Apply Box 39, Herald.___86-6 W'ANTED-A maid tor general housework in small family, -\pply Mrs. Ball, flit) "th Ave. South._S5-6 WA.N'TEI>-Dairyman, dry-hand mlllT er, permanent employment. Elldee Dairy. Phone R-312.__88-6 WA.NT ED-School teacher tor Flowering Valley S. D. No. 209". Salary $720 per year. School to start as soon as possible. Apply Sam H. Broathour, Sec.-Treas.. Wlnnifred. Alta. S5-� POR SALE-160 Acres, fenced, four and a half miles from town, closq to school, fifty acres summer-tallow, some breaking. 4-rooni liouse, barn, granary, 6 acres alfalfa. Will accept some trade aud partly crop payments. Uliimis-Alberta Realty Co., .'^ MaCdonald Block., or phone 1522. S5-0 OiIBaR Vi-TLeTo 20 acres, close to Lethbrldge, being north halt ot" Legal Sub-division 13 of section 30, township 8, range 20, west of the 4th. For sale, rent, or trade tor hor.-ies. cattle or sheep. What have you to offer? Address E. .1. Waldle, MortlacU, Sask. 77-12 SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjUBtments and got well. Consultation Iroe. onico in realdonca, fl03 7th Ave. S., hotirs a.30 to 5; 7 to 0. Phono 1677. GS-27 EMPRES TONIGHT 'LEW FIELDS IX OLD DriCH" Mr. Fields is supported by one of the finest casts ever picked for a feature film. Vivian Martin and George Hassel, v�ho play with him,In file ."High Cost of Loving"' on the stage, supp6rt Mr.'Fjelds in this7play. Charlie Prince was the principal comedian with Jeff de Angelis, May Irwin, James Powers and most of the big musical cbmed/ itars. The cast also contains Otto F. Hoffman, Chester � Barneft and an extremely fine company. Here is an opportunity to (jnjoy a $2.00 Broadway Comedy at your favorite photo-play theatrt. ' W.-VNTED-Experienced stenographer tor stenographic work only, reguire one having speed and accuracy, good salary, stale experlen:e. Box 6, Her-I aldL_ 85-6 WANTED-.Men and women to learn Darberlng. W'ages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed, information, book ot instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 W.-V.NTED-Married man for halt section 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 5th Ave. A. South, phone , 129T.____________ 84-6 WANTED-Men and womtn to learn barber trarfe ; eight weekg qualities ; tools tree ; wage.s while learninf; ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated catalogue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary. 37-0 TO RENT-An Irrigated dairy farm consisting ot 160 acres, tour and a halt miles from Lothbridi;e. good stable for 65 head ot cattle, also a 7 roomed house, good milk houso, lots ot open range; 25 milk cows goes with farm, also horses to work It. Parties with no capital or stock need not apply. E. Mcl-Cenzle. P. O. Box 546 Lethbrldge, Phono R 109. 79-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs, Van Haarlen.'s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. St)�:lal rales given on aFPllcatlon. 1224 7tli Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 Gth Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VIAVI ViAVi (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All commu-nlcatipns to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 101 h Street South. 31-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE DYEING AND CLEANING FOR SALE-Two Bull" Terrier pups. Apply 1101 2ud Ave. South. So-6 FOR SAhE-Saloon, good business, cheap rent. Box 242, Shelby, Montana. So-0 FOR SALE-Second hand buggy and buggy harness, in good condition. Apply 1401 5th Ave. N. Phone 184.",. 88-:! Th�>Popolar>Broadw�y-Musical domedy Star, DIGBY BELL In a Re-markable Feature-Photoplay. "FATHER AIVD THE BOYS" By Airperica's Foremost Kumorist, GEORGE ADE. A play that will �delight every lover of good pictures. The boys think father is pretty slow, but when father cuts loose, he sets too fast a pace for the boys. Beautiful sets, splendid acting and a thrilling story make,this photoi play one of the treats of the season. Sure to pieaise. For Sale-Eggs and Poultry TO-NIGHJ and Tomorrow ANY SEAT 25c ANY TIME MODERN I nmm g THE MOROCCO SIX WHIRLWIND ARABIAN ACROBATS ELOXA "THE SQUAW GIRL" In an Elaborate Scenic Singing Specialty BiUy Caiiie and Es-telle Odom Classy Dancing, Piano and Singing Act CLYDESDALE STALLIONS FOR SALE BOTH REGISTERED 1 Stallion six years old, weighs 1900 lbs. Canadian bred. Other horse 9 years old, weighs 1800 lbs. Imported. PAPERS FOR BOTH HORSES EGG.S FOR HATCHING - Pearson Strain Rose Comb Reds. Select pen, two dollars a setting. C. S. .Maguire, 924 10th St. S. 8.3-6 FOR S.\LE-Two usea'cramophones tor sale on easy terms. Mason &. Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th SL South._______77-0 FOR SALE OR TRADU-My uiiuity in a fully modern five roomed cottage on the south side. A genuine snap. Apply Box 40, Herald. 87-6 FdRTSAljE^two ilght~rig8;" 'wflT e.x-change as part payment for chickens or cow. Apply 1321 lOlh Avenue South^________ SS-6 FOH~SALE-SecondHTand Ford' toui--ing car, 1913 model, In good running order. Cheap (or cash. Write Drawer M, or phone 145, Taber, Alta. SS-r, FOR SALE-i3 g