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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE i:E T H B RI DO B ^ l^i Wi'X \f il B B A L D% a � !8 sir- ;fcrtOCOLATE SOLDIER" _ ETURNS TO MAJESTIC M FOR GOOD FRIDAY ite CbbcQ4ate Soldier," whioli rarity /plared B. very suocsDstul en-"^'-�faiilent at the Majeitlc, will rotwn ijjfebn Friday and Saturday next, . liii and 3, ivlth special tnatinoes on iSittaays.-. � �fTHtoie who were fortunate eno^ugh to |oe"|thi8 brilliant comic opera here binis':itwo months ago, still cheriBii the Kem'pry of the brmiance of the per-I'mMice. The same great cast and bauetion, and the same special sym-|p^y orchestra will appear again to lilgfi^t local playgoers. For the first ||ma;|in Canadian theatrical history, lis^hotable opera will be presented ^�gine dollar for the best seats. This ''iflJijS'en made possible, owing to the -that tho company have been able BI'sBftbre rafurn engagements in the nding: Canadian cities, where they re-Iphtly met with such phehomeual sue-"ss. ThiB has meant a great saving b': travelling expenses,- and the man-' ement have decided to give theatre-^ brs the benefit of the large saving oad'e, feeling confident that their fore-light will meet with unanimous ap- ^"Seats for both night performances rll; be on sale at the Hedley Drug So.^n Wednesday next, but mail or-tlers are being now received. O.ut of lbw)a people, who are desirous of en-|oyiiig the Good Friday performances, day' "phone or write the Hedley Drug 3o.r at any time, and their reserva-;ions will be attended to. and lomorrow~'&lght, and }t is sate tb assert tljat; a. more delightful play has Aever ttef&rc been offet'ed^the play-ioifrs i)i ^ViibMisd? Fir two solid ye�V�, .^Mlss^^liaufatto Taylor played^to^ padlsed houSes In New Yorlt city, as the bewitching little Peg. Theatrical history I falls, to show any-play- which has aclSleved the records attained by J. Hartley ilfanners' now 'n-orld-famous cbWedy; whlcHls irresistible in its fas-cinaflon and compelling it its heart Interest. A carefully selected and capable company are offering "Peg o' My Heart" on its Canadian tour, and the icenic investiture Is all that can be desired, ifeeata,- aJ'e jiow selling at the Hetiley i>rugr'iC6. for boili nights, and indlcatLpns ojpiijit to" well filled ho,uses at .BaQli''pertti-tt^lDice.:^ ' _ ' �: .'STARLAND. . Th� patronB:i)f'Sta.i;land^w)ll be glad to hear, that iheiihanagenient have arranged for the re-appearance of that most popular actor Mr. Francis X. Bushmah: tonight* in-tlie stirring military drama, entitled. "The Private Officer." a 'two-reel feature. This feature is claimed to be one of Bushman's very best productions and something good is certain. Another ^vel-comq;,adaiti- of war to tell and a _ , if victory- to sing that are of fereat interest to Canadian audiences, llhidditlon to his otherwise unequall-i programme of songs in two distinct liatifral voices (soprano and baritone) ad^TecItals, especially of Dickens, in vhlch he has no superior, and his Inimitable humorous and musical monl-nes, he devotes one half-hour of his hour programme to "War Talk and ___introducing jnusical monologues' �in "The'Kaiser," "A Scrap of Paper;" and other original composi-' kitions, which aro.use the patriotism of lis audiences. KPEG O' my HEARr* h AT MAJESTIC TONIOHT L*uv*tte Taylor's greatest success, HPeg o';:My Heart" Tvlll be the attrac- empress The management have made arrangements whereby a Keystone comedy is expected for each change of programme, MohdayJS and Tuesdays being special Keystone,;days, with two reels. Alternate weeks? beginning with this week, a two-reel^comedy will be shown, with two single reels for the other weeks. The two-part comedy is a comparatively new produetion of the Keystone Co., and one entitled "Hushing the Scandal" will be'shown today, with the irresistible Chaplin, together with Chester Conklin and other stars. Chaplin is up to all sorts of stunts in this comedy, including sleight of hand, and other new and original business, which keeps orife piesslng- There will be other pictures. Including "The Gamekeeper's Daughter," an excellent production in two narts, whi'ch'is'cafculiit'efd to hold the'attention inteasely. Mr. Fleming will sing tonight and tomorrow, and the Empress .orchestra^- will render popular 'selecticSfisi ...S;'' ORPHEUM Theatre fans of this city will no doubt be surprised to learn that the Orpbeumis'.today introducing the welf known Morris Vaudeville time. The! acts on this T�udeville circuit are re-; bognised throughout the.' east, and in Kitty Burke as Mascha in the Chocolate Soldier, which plays a return engagement at the Alajestic Theatre on Good Friday aiid Saturday of next week.  ^ presenting them at the Orpheum the management are taking a radical step seldom taken in a popular-priced house. But the generous support accorded them in the_^past, is ample assurance that real vaudevlHe has come to slay. Billy Stewart, the versatile comedian, makes Ms formal bow today. He is identified with big time. LaValle & Rablneau, the dainty maid and the city chap, are next on the bill, with catchy songs and cartooning.' Dot Farley is seen at her best in the drama "Even Unto Death," a drama that is sure to appeal to everyone. Comedy is also much in evidence in the films, making a variety bill complete. Raymond Van Hecke, 'the noted cor-liet solosist, will also be on the bill, and will render' Tosfl's celebrated song "Good-bye." i- KEflOSENE SCARCE Berlin, via -wireless ;iM BERLIN 'to �. ^ayville. March 26.-On account of the scarcity of kerosene, town administration ot Liuckenwalde has decided to install el ectricity in hoUaes-free of charge, ac cording to the Overseas agency. Plumbers at Chicago are now paid J6.00 a day. A^%ciiisive Insurance .Busine.88 *>ER80^IAL'ATTENTION V Companies Strong:, Reliable l^i-ompt Payment of Clalma when you have an EXCELSIOR LIFE/^OLICY or GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND . GUARANTEE POLICY,or NORWCH vWNlON-. FIRE QRi - .SICKNESS POLICY. Otber llh^ft^6f IhiluraWefe atwAII �pUATE 4H-asis. "^AnYMaL; U..:. , AliTOMOBlUE .s.'.,, . W. A. l^evitt Box 613. canadia;n: EASTER HOLIDAYS fare and one-third for the round' trip, all stations >' port arthur and west GOING DATES -APRIL t�t TO 4th INCLUSIVE. Final R^turii Limit-AprU 6tl^ 1915. :',.For particulars Agent or to apply to nearest R. Dawson, District Passenger Agent CALGARY. UNRESERVEa ^ Auction Sale of Horses and Implements on Tuesday^ April 6th iAT ONE O'CLOCK SHARPji>AT fOXTTH WEST QUARTER OF 23-9-21. (THREE MILES NOKTH OF THE'EXPERIMENTAL FARM) Tilft Preprieter* mr* t>vtng up terming and everything must be sold. One Bar Team, 7 and 8 years old; height about UOO lbs; '�' On� Black T�bI9, 7 aod 9 y�ars ojd, weight'about 1400 lbs. One Bay 0�Mbg. 7 years old; waight 1500.lbs: 'v. One Giwy CIsMftyr, 10 yean old, weight 1000 lbs. One Bay Mam, S yaara old, wught 1100 lbs. Om Bay Idari 4 yean old. weight abont 1200 lbs. One Bay Mare, 3 yeara oW, sired by.-Hackney Stallion. '-I'' One Bay Mara, i years old, Standard' bred, sired by Sir Good-.'^wln. All In mod condlUon. 100 Fence |i .^Imrlements and PosU and 'Wire. Uowen. Macsey Harria maite. v|2 Book Rakcfl. �1 Hay Rake. �'^ Sulky Plow. 38 Sets Double Team Haness. T. S. CABLE-E. J. PARDEY-PROPRIETORS. 2 Isumiber :\!?aiajns. 1 tbtBioiCnltiTat^R i 1 Disc. 50 ClUoken*. 4 Ducks,. Numeroua dlher .brticles. trentM cash. J. A. SMITH-AUCTIONEER. SUPERFtoUS* HAIR - 'RiE'MOvee--SHAMPOOING-Mlaa K.M. Holmes graduate of the Peansylvanta-Ortho-pRdlc InsUtute. Mediclal' Massasa and Gymnastics (BwedUh) .'-Electrical Vibratonr and Therapeutic Light Treatments, iaectrolysis and Sham-poolDg^Treatniente giTon by appointment only. Ra�m 1. Hull'Blk. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on appUcaUon. 1224 7tb ATenuo South. Phone 746. f Auction Sale Household Fktrm^^ At 545 12tli St. B I|f01^ 0|i, Tomorrow, Tuesday � AT 2 p. M. SHARP. ;:;  '': VjT. I* Wilson, Auctioneer, is favoied with instructions from KG. Bf Sparber, ;Bs4., to sell the entire coatei^g.of his re^^^^ 2. Brass Mounted Beds, Springs and Mattresses. '1 Chiffonier. 1 Banner Couch. 1 Wicker Rocker. 1 2 Solid Oak Rockers, rl Massive Centre Talble. :::1 Jardiniere Stand. : 1 Carpet Square, il Extension Table. C Diners. HIjh Ohair. 1 Dresser.. 1 Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, 5 drawers. 1 Go-Cart with mnners attached 1 Heater. One 6-hole Range with Reservoir. 1 Washing Machine. 1 Wringer. Tubs, Dishes, Kitchen Utensils, v Pictures, quantity of Bed'-dlng and .many other articles. TERMS CASH IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Says Backache iira sign you havfc '.' been eating too much meat, which fornns uric acid. MASSAGE PRIVATE HOSPITAL UNDERTAKING r. 8. PETTERLY-leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble & Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Cou?t House. Phone 361. Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. MEDICA^,; DR. W. S. GALBRATtK-PhirBician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-S; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 126S. -, Ey6, Noiev an* Throat; Dominion Buimiag: Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phonae: Office/341. Re^ uldeuce S)93. �.� DENTAL S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR-803 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1802. Open night and day. 43-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certlflcate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 12B3 6th Ave. A South. DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certiflcaite. Office: Wbiins 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071 I>R. L. T. ALLEN--Dentist' (sUc'ceBsor to Drs. CouTtioe & GilchHat).-Grad-, uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge. Altai "" 17(S^ DRS. MARRS AND MARRS^Pentiats Successors to Drs. Stewan and Mb' Clure. Houi^: 9 to 5. ''OffllntfJoduee you te � httusehotd^.that takes a real Interest In Its, servants, t'^-j>lii9*'-''ttp''Wage� ^aHd': aifdrt,' best eondltlona for houtat work. ,,. POR-SAJWD AT,A,^AS.QAI|eh'BeB. To travel, appointing locil representatives. Wlilt-;fleld'Linscott,-'Bi:antford.'-! 86-8' 'siTi5A�ioivi'VACANT � >iSQ fWl'Sixty DaysrE&sy Work:-Write foi*. isbiii1:falot,^radley-Gari'etson, Brant-ford; . . \ ' i86-6 SITUATIONS; .WANTED. WANTBI>7-Positioh on aairy"farm as foreniaii, "or would''work fully equipped-dairy farrii--'ort'. shares or >ent Apply Wm.rHilV'Bow Island, Alherta.  -jiv.  ..  .. � " ' � � 86-^ WANTED^WorK, by strong. Steady young'man'aboiit 18 years of age, not afraid of "Work;'knows city.' Apply John';Hurst,;ste|totdyllle; " 86-6x FOR TRADE-G room fully modern house to trade, close, in. Will consider clear vacant  property. List your-properties with us for trade. Wanted 10 cheap Improved Vt, sections on easy terms. Room 3 Macdonald Block. '-  80-0 FOR SALE OR TRAD.E-B, C. Fruit lands, in the beleibrated "Tobbaco: Plains near 'Flag'stbhe, B. C;, .bllmate ideal. For .Information' apply Leth-". brldge-Weyburn Realty Co.. Ltd,,-1262 1st Ave. feouth.' , "6.^ -0 TO RENT TO RENT-An eight roomed furnished house, in good looatiori;''nbt far from cor line. Apply to'W^ Prouse, .Union Bank, City,,,-; ' 91-fi' WANTED-To rent, a gcjod seven roomed house, centrally located. Apply Dr. Taylor, Dominion Bt^. ,' .91-0. TO RENT-4 room, cottage on water and electric light;'-large hep hpuse, will hold 50 fowls; |8;00- per month. PoBseBsion April 17.-Enquire Mrs. W, R. Hoyle, 1706 6th Ave. N,.. :87-6. TO RENT-No. 620 loth St." South, 7/ rooms fully modern, good condition;: 5I6 "per month. N: B. Peat'& CO.. Moodonald Blodk. ' " ; ".flO-6- TO.RBNT-In Victoria Mamslbns.'fur: nished - thfefe' ' -.rooirjediibuseftbeplyg; �Suite; with prl'*afei�ath5'-'rent'"|20 p9): �� month. Apply -Mansions offi'ce, '3rd  -Ave. S. Phone 636. �.-'90^ TO RENT-^rrlgated fanri. of 65P acres, 1% miles from Coatdale; 60 acres In alfalfa and. timothy;, , good, buildings, large pasture In connection, with farm. Will .make good, terms with reliable party'for ca'jst^ or share of crop rental. Apply it. A. Sug'gltt, Coaldale. � Phpne glO. -...... ,,90-6 TO RENT-319� 13th 'St-S.,'�' roomed house,' modem/newly decorated; good garden; Apply at-once " to' Arthur-Hayr; � 8th St. S. "' 8B-0 ,board.-::rooms TO RE.MT-Furiiislied housekeeping rooms, all conyenlenc�S|5, gas, reasonable;, A'pply^Jbl02rid'Ave. S.', 90-6 TO REN-T-Two furniished or unfurnished rooms with deh in full modern house, very central.; Apply at once to 803 6th avenue sonth: - -83-Ox TO 'RENT---'Wfell,-furhlshed" roopiS,' al-so: light''libhs'^b&ping suite; central location, stfeam iVeated, very reasonable. '� 409 Sth .St; �.' '90-6 TO RENTr-Furnlshed room, on oar line, � .Yfith telephone connection; $10 per month. Apply 616 10th St; 47-Ox PHONES Office Office : Stables : 1163 : 462 1664 TO. RENT-For, a, .with all modern conveniences, steam heat^j shower baths,' "plunge, etc., apply Y. -VI. C. A. 24-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FARMERS,. Stpckm'en, do you need a car bi hay of'ah'y kind; if sb.'write E. .E,. PVdlling.-Box 21; . . � � 8.3-0 FOR SALE-$15.00 per 100, $140.00 per 1000, baby chicks. Hatching egga je.OO Ber lOP, .Whito.ieghornB. Skinner and Blenkliorjn;' Nanalmo, B., C. 62-35 Tenders will ibe received" for the erection of a School House for Richfield School. Dl.strlot., . Plans and Spedtlcatlbhs can. be-seen at .t;ho offipe of ..the secretary, K. G. Clark, Del B,oiiejta,"AltSl. �', ' The Board oi Trusibes reserve the nght to accept or reject-.blds. Bids to close.AprilflOth, 1915, .. ' ,�8--0 FOR SALE-Malleable Iron ranges, ST down ana'$1 per week, .\pply 412-4th Avenue -S.,- ; -?'.'.",. < ': . .280-0 i ;.LOST-rFOUND LOST-.Qne, bro;\'i^p.'.igelding,. ,qrp.oked itrlpe Jii,'ta.ce, branded lazy,F K com-)ln^.,ion right shbujder; also bay, Indian pony, branded'ba.P lazy M on right thigh i.vTcjvartl.. El,yen 'for - lnforniat,ion leadJns-to recDve;?.^, or"return to A. M. Ste^cl,f .$,Uri,lpg;^^^U'a.: , ,..g9-G MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SEED BP ChoicCj Tliorbiighly Cleaned Baiiiier Seed Oats just arrived. GET OUp" PRICES BEffbRE PLACING.YOUR ORDERS PlttHie 496 Western ; Hay, iGraiii and Produce Go;; 2ND. AYE. SOUTH. , : WANTBD-rA hen. canary for ibreeding H Bf purposes. State price. Apply Box 46 | uISUTtili S Herald office. 91-? HATGHiNG EGGS- EGO.S FOR SALB^n firsts, ,12 seconds, .liethbrirtge,' Calgary and Tabor, on iBacred 'Rocks;  .'Six ,,grand pens.' Eggs $2; Fertility, guaranteed. Prize .iReds, ; Butt.'RookB' $1.50;. Looh B. Losey, Winnifred. No. .50 Transfer Phone Careful and Prompt Servlee ;