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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK TWO THIS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tuesday, march 28. 1916 the greatest recruiting medium evolved since the commenceiment of the war: TONIGHT A TOMORROW D NIGHT Once Nightly at 8.30 Seats not guaranteed after 8 p.m. READ WHAT THE MAYOR OF TORONTO SAYS: "This Picture, though primarily directed to the United States, cannot be viewed by any true Canadian without arousing in his breast an intense and burning indignation at the wrongs suffered by helpless Belgium, and at the same time an intense desire to serve the cause of his own king and country-. It is only preparedness, and power behind preparedness that can avert such a thing from our own loved country." (signed) "T. L. CHrUCH. Mayor" PROFESSIONAL CARDS THE JiOST SPECTACULAR AND SENSATIONAL OF ALL PHOTO PLAYS. A TREMENDOUS DRAMATIC OFFERING WITH A VITAL PLOT. 30,000 SOLDIERS-5.000 HORSES. 17 AEROPLANES-SEAPLANES-SUBMARINES- -BATTLESHIPS-DREADNAUGHTS-THRILLING AEROPLANE BATTLE-DESTRUCTION OF THE AMERICAN FLEET-BOMBARDMENT OF NEW YORK-EXECUTION OF AMERICAN CIVILIANS AND OTHER THRILLING SCENES WHICH ARE AROUSING A NATION TO THE SUFFERINGS OF BELBIUM AND TO THE PERIL AT ITS GATES. "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" WILL POSITIVELY BE SHOWN ONLY AT THE MAJESTIC, AS THE CANADIAN RIGHTS EXPIRE ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. INTERWOVEN WUTH ITS SPECTACULAR SCENES. IS A WONDERFULLY APPEALING STORY OF LOVE, SACRIFICE AND DEVOTION. SIMILAR TO THAT IN "THE BIRTH OF A NATION." DON'T WAIT TO BE TURNED AWAY THE SECOND NIGHT-COME TUESDAY NIGHT AND BE SURE OF A GOOD SEAT. Prices: 25c, 35c and 50c Seats Now on Sale at Hedleys VICTOR MOORE IN Thimmie Fadden Out West^ 5 REELS Last Time Tonight Also Latest War (iazette WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY LAURA HOPE CREWS IN BLACKBIKDS" Don't Miss Thi^. It's Good FRI.-SAT. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE r.ii -iiM -r^ ii t"OR SALE-McLuiighHii .secxmd hanil J lie Ulllte leatliei I democrat rig. $80.00. Phono 1035. 90-G With the Original London Cast. FOR SALE-Rogistored HolsteIn null, Ver.v cheap. Apply box 31L', Cit.v. ilO-f, ,RPHEU [Extra Special TONIGHT ANTAGEi UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE^ nu TO RENT THE ONLY STANDARD VAUDEVILLE PLAYING IN THE CITY DIRECT FROM NEW YORK. EVERY ACT A FEATURE ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY AMERICA'S GREATEST CHARACTER DELINEATOR HYMAN ADLER & COMPANY In the Comedy Dramatic Playlet entitled THE MISEK'8 DREAM THIS IS POSITIVELY AN ATTRACTION CITY LETHBRIDGE Clerk wanted with good knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply in own handwriting to City Assessor's office, slating e.xperience and salary required. Three Hickey Brothers In an elaborate Scenic Singing Specialty and Acrobatic Dancing SPRAGUE and McNEECE Classy Dancing and Clever Entertainers on the Rollers HARRY GILBERT Dialect Comedian. A very finished and clever performer. SITUATIONS VACANT \\'ANTED-An orderly hospital at ouce. at tht: Gait SS-0 Wanted-A porter. Alexandra Hotel. Apply at the 81-0 WANTED-A good genera! servant at ouce. Apply 1251 Gth Ave. A. S. 90-6 PANTAQES VAUDEVILLE IS BUILT UP TO A STANDARD, NOT DOWN TO A PRICE_ Fifth Instalment of "GRAFT" PICTURES START 7.30, VAUDEVILLE 9 O'CLOCK. ONLY f-A ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT. ADMISSION TO ALL .... UUC WANTED-A general servant. Apply 1001 Sth Ave. South. 86-6 TO RENT - Two partly furnished rooms in Empress Block. Apply C. Hiinson. Empress Theatre. So-0 TO RENT-Brick bunfalow, on 15tU St. N. Modern, fenced, big garden. Rent to suit right party. Apply 1911 1st Ave. N. 8G-6 FOR SAI^E-.Mclaughlin second hand democrat rig. $t)0.oo. I'hono 103.".. !n-� FOR S-A-LE-Quiet horse, broken lo saddle or buggy. Cheap. Apply -llS St., phono 472. S9-;i i n gooil l!o.\ li-. 91-t FOR SAI.,E-Baby carriafie, coniiiuon. new hood. Addrei-.-i Herald. FOP. SALE-Two usea Gramophones for sale on easy terms. Mason & _______________,_______iRtsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, oth St. FOR RENT-Number 1259 6th Ave, t South._____________ 'H-O FOR ' '" S., seven-roomed new house, fully modern. Apply Poapst & Virtue, t'n-ion Bank Building. 90-6 TO RENT-Bungalow, 6 rooms,-fully modern, on 50 foot lot. Rental, $10.00 per month. I'. O. Box 54u, phone 1214. 89-6 SALE OR TRADE-My equity in a fully modern five roomed cottage on the ."^outh side. A gfuuiine fully'snap^. Apply Box 40. Herald. S7-0 t9nf,(i i----"........." 1'*" I change as part payment for chickens or cow. Apply 1321 10th Avenue South. ,SS-G TO RENT-Cottage, rooms, _______ modem, in perfect condition, close to i sjat t? T>vr. h Central school. Rental $20.00 p^,. ; ^ SAI.I.-T� o li month. P. O. Box 54;-l, phone 1214. ,S9-G TO RE.NT - Fully modem 7-roomed house. Bath, etc. No. 319 13th Street south. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. 84-0 TO RENT-Six roomed cottage with large garden on car line, $10.00 per month. Also a 3-roomed plastered shack, on car line. Apply after B p.m. at 1706 Gth Ave. S. 87-6 WANTED-A girl tor general housework. Apply 1213 otU Ave. S. 71-0 TO RENT-Bight roomed house, furnace, open fire place, electric light, modem conveniences throughout. Rental $10.00 per month. P. O. Box 543 phone 1214. 89-6 WANTED-Experienced sheep herd-' er. Good wages. Apply Box 400, Taber, ' -Alta^___________90^, _ ^ _ ______ W.'V.\"rED--Married man wants worki'^O RENT-531 14Ui St. South, parlor, i around gardens, lawns, etc., during | "ining room, den, kitchen, three hed-i evenings. Applv Box 21, Herald, (lO-i.: :''oonis. separate bath and toilet. Gas MASSAGE MEDICAL 6UPERFLOU8 HAIR REMOVED-SHAM POOlNQ-MUi K. M. Holmo� gradunto of the PennBylvanla Orth' opftodic Instltuto, Medical Massage and QymnnstlcB iSWedlsh). Eloctrl-oal Vibratory and'I'horapoutlo Ught TreatmontB, Rlectrolypls and Sham-pooing TroattnoniB given br appointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. DR. W. S. GAUBRAITH-Physician, Burgeon, Accouoher. Hours 2-3: 7-8 p.m. Oftloo 914 Third Avonua Phone 12G3. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye. Nose ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bids. OfHca hours 10-12; 2-5; evenlnics by ap-Pp titment. Phonos: Oftlco 841, Residence 593, DR8, CONNOR, McNALLV A JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones; Office 319; Residence t>rj, Otflce hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C, THOMSON, B.A., M.D,-Phy-slcian. Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 4th AvonUB North. Hours 1 to 4: 1 to S. Phono 476. 60-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-If you uro sick and want to regain health, take spinal ndjustmenia and pot woU. tlonsul-tation Irco. Odico in rosldonco, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. fiS-27 DENTAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HRarlen.'s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avonuo South. Phone 746. of Roynl College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successOf to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Grad-uate University of Maryland, Rooms 8 and 9. .Macdonald Block. Phone 1106, I.ethbrldge, Altn. 170-0 DRS, MARRs and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me-Clure Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hij-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. (J. SIMMONDS-Dentist, mem. ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of PhyslclanR (London.) L.D.8. 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-6 Office; 0-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 fith Ave. South. Phono 315. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All comma-uicatlons to Mrs. 0. Thomas. 619 10th Street South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING UNDERTAKING ] THE VALET-SpeclallstR In Ftench Dry Cleanlnfi; guaranteed to turn out every pleco of work at Its best. Only the most sclonttflc methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please yon Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 324 Sixth Street South. T. 5, FETTERI.Y-Kcadlng Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the SoniervlUe Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day and nIghL OUR CITY DYEINQ AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Furs remade and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phono 444. 8. V. HURST-Embalmer ft Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. - ~ . HAY, GRAIN, FEED MUSIC ] BALED HAY AND STRAW-F-Second hand Ford touring car, 1913 model, in good running order. Cheap tor cash. Write Drawer M, or phone 145, Taber, Alta. 8S-G SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for iind delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th .'i.venue South. 52-0 FOR SALE-A Player Piano, in mahogany case, satin finish. Regular price $900.00, for quick sale $5S5.00, .Mason & Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block. 5th St. South. 77-0 EMPRES' JLj RUNNING TILL" MIDNIGHT tonight 'only !!! WA.N'TEU-Girl or married couple farm at once. Phone R 106, or write, C. J. .Mahood, .New Dayton. 00-6 WANTI:d-Dairyman, dry-hand milker, peraianent employment. Elldee FOR SALE-Two Perciieron stallions and one French Coach sluUlon. all pure bred and registered. Best of stock. Will sell cheap for cash. Ap- ply L. Harker, Magrath.__87-6 FOR SALE-Seed Flax and G-Iiowed Seed Barley. Also a few choice bronze turkeys and gobblers. Apply O. Dodds N. E. 1,4 Sec. 9, Tp. 7, R. 19, throe and a halt miles east of Wilson Siding. 91-6 FOHl5^AU3 OR^RBNt-6^^^ In furnace, mantle and kitchen. Apply f"" OK Rl^Ni-On easy terms .['" J. W. Rutherford, Iron Springs ITa^ fl''e-r�oTed cottages, one with Phone R41-. i � ; , barn, on 12th St., one block from the TO i^FVT ia.. V Fleetwood school. Phone 51.1, Far- Ti�/!f oL~;. v ^!-^'r. ^""'^^ mers' Lumber Co.. Ltd. .SS-0 41i-419 20th .St. N., $5.00; 417 12th St. Dairv 7lX R n2 ' 8-6 12th St. N.; mod- Ddiry. Phone R-ol2._"'^ 1 ern, 622 12th St. A. .V., &25 7th St S WANTED-Immediately, a good gen- 727 12th St. S., 1224 ,'!rd Ave. S. $2.5 Oo'-' eral servant. Apply 7,"iO 7tli .-Vve. S. be- i2.-,9 6th Ave. S., 9:n 13th St S $12' fore 2 p.m. and after G p.m. 91-G Illinois-Alliprfn RcH,- cv, /-vt^',;,,j HELEN HOLMES THE FEARLESS FILM STAR IN The Girl and the Game' CHAPTER TWO (The \ViiiU!is> .Tnnii)) Tniiu pursuit of bandits! Ileleu's mad leap tiom engine to engine! Sensational caiJture of Spike, the crook! "The Girl and the Game" consists of fifteen two-act chapters. One chapter to be shown each week. Each separate chapter ia a succession of great big thrlllsl Thrills that are logical! Thrills with a punehl One-half a million dollars has been expended to make these thrills the greatest ever to be seen in any theatre. We can truth-^, fully state that this great railroad picture surpasses chapter one for excitement and thrills. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES WA.XTElJ - A competent maid for general housework. Apply Mrs. Geo. Stacey. 1116 Srtl Ave., South.__ WAXTEI)-Stenographer and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & .Moir, Barons, Alta. 79-0 WANTED-A housekeeper on a farm, oulv one lo cook for. .4pply Box 39, Herald. 86-6 WANTED-Last week in April, capable general maid. No washing or ironing. Apply -Mrs. Ritchie, 1302 4th Ave. South. S9-0 __________ _., $12; Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Macdonald Block. Phone 1522. 00-0 LAND-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-Choice flax for seed purposes; high purity and germination test. Will 1111 any Bli:e order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. .N'oll, McVay ranch, .Mbion Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 TFlat top desks, 2 pair safes, 1 Regal LAND FOR SxVLE OR RENT - We have quite a number of improved, ph'^" farms for sale at prices $10 to $20 I L"""^  FOR SALB computing scales, 2 piano, 1 concert Grand Piano, 1 Bradbury motorcycle, stove and ranges. City Second Hand Store, 406 5tli St. 8G-6 m UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-By young lady, situation us stenographer in an office. Open for position April first. .A.pply box 43, Herald. S9-6 WANTED - Contract for ploughing with steam outfit. Stubble $2.50 per acre, sod $4.00. Apply Hugh Taylor, 1269 4th Ave. South. 91-6 WA.NTEI)-Work on iarni or plowing outfit, by man and wife and four year old child. Used to farming and keeping men. .^pply Box 19, Herald. 86-G LOST AND FOUND LOST Finder Goljl curb please return Bakery and receiv^ reward. chain bracelet, to Schwollzor's 90-2 WELLINGTON BROS.-Tho Decorators, Paperhangers and Painters;. Kalsomlniug, General Decorating and SIgu Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established Painters In Lethbrldge. Res. Phono 1472; offlee phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge, Alta. IBO-o AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, LIcenMd Auetlenaar, All >clnd8 of aalM coaduoted. TsnM reasonable. . Prompt lettlemeaU. Job lots of atoolu of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the entire contanti of ^lrDlh�d houiea. Head office at th� Wiliou Fnrnlture Co., 416 IStb dt. Uotth L�ttibrtdgo. Prone 1028. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale of your fanning Btook, stock-in-trade or houBehold goods and effects, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-bridge, who 'will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen-ty years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING LOST-I automghlle crank. Finder return to I'^ord Oarage and receive reward. S2-0 per acre and on crop payments if de-IJ'^OI^ SALE OR TRADE-A Columbia sired. N. B. Peat & Co , 10 Macdonald 18''aniaphone (cost $40) In llrst class Block, phone 570. 83-0 ' ^'"'1'^' ^^''^ '^'"'^ records; will trade -------1 for good coaster bicycle (no bone WANTED-A large, Ighakor taken.) Apply 1221 Gth Ave. 88-6 NOTICE Messr.s. Johnstone & Ritchie have removed their offices from the Union Bank B nild-ing to tlie Acadia Block., No. 612 3rd Ave. S. Tender.s on Labor Sealed blAH 'will bo received by tho un'deri^lgned up till Saturday, April i5th,_lulG,-/or the supply of all labor and tools necessary for th^ construction of one to fourteen elevators. Plans anti specifications- can be obtained upqii application to The Alberta Farmers' Cooperative Elevator Company, Limited, Calgary. Construction r>;:parlraent, The Alberta Fainiers' (.'o-Oi)erative Ad. No. Y. Elevator f-'ompany, Ltd. WANTEta - Smart, clean kitchen maid, with slight knowledge of plain cooking. Apply at once to Hudson's Hay tea rooms. 91-0 cTTrl Wy\lsri1flT^Tr" years of age, 10 assist cook and help in dining rdoni. Apply Steward Y..VI.(;.A. Hoarding CUib. 01-0 WAiNt~!5^D-AlFn~anT^\v'omen~T learn ' harbering. Wages while learning; tools i'ree. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Cfinlre St., near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 WA.N'TED-Men and women to Icam barber trade ; eiRht weelis (|ualllioa ; tools free ; wa^es while learning ; po-sitioiis guarantfed ; iilustratprt caia-locjue and paiticulurs luce. Mo'.er Barber College, un4a Centre St.. Cal-gary. __ . .^'-O. BUSINESS 1 OK SALi: ELKO, B. C. Hardware, etc............ $x,412. Fi.xtures .................. 295,00 For Sale-Eggs and Pouitry FOR SALl'I - 1 Pair (Joorgia Shawl Neck Gam.'.--:. No better birds in Canada. Trio S. .S. Ilntuhurgs, two exhibition B. H. 11. Canies, Pullets. Eg^s tor hatching. C. N. Hall, 922 12th St. S,j.-'jiet,tot)ridge�:. Alta; - sgg DAIHY FAR.M WANTED-A reliable and experienced family wishes South! to rent on share or lease, a dairy farm, fully equipped, including spring seed grain. Must have, at least, a four roomed house. Apply Box 44 Herald ofllce. 88-G FOR SALIO-Several tracts of laud in the vicinity of IHagstone, B. C, suitable for fruit growing, or will exchange, for wlieat lands in Alberta. For further particulars write or see II. V. Oibbons