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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAFLT HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 191(5 Last Times Toniiilit LAURA HOPE CREWS IN "BLACKIUEDS" ALSO CHARLES CIIArLIX Special-Friday and .Saturday-Special The Man Who Stayed at Home" A PICTURIZATION OF THE GREAT DRAMA "THE WHITE FEATHER" WITH THE ORIGINAL LONDON COMPANY, AND SCENIC EFFECTS ONLY POSSIBLE IN MOTION PICTURES Regular Prices-Adults 15c., Children 10c. SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2.15, CHILDREN 5c. LAST TIME TONIGHT "The Forbidden Adventure'' A Drama of Arabian Adventure. In Five Acts. Starrlnq Louise laum, Hcrschel Mayall and Charles E. Ray. FR|._SAT., "SEATS OF THE MIGTHY." "The Nature Man" A Struggle for Existence. Brute man pitted against brute animal on equal footing. The film of a thousand wonders. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-An orderly at hospital at once. Wanted-A porter. Alexandra Hotel.__ WANTl^b-Experienced er. Good wages. Apply Box 400, Taber, \lta. SO-IJ the Gait _SS-0 Apply at the Si-0 sheep herd- WANTED-A reliable nurse maid. Apply 622 Gth Avenue South. Phone 1439. S3-3 FRI. and SATURDAY NIGHTS and SAT. MATINEE THE CASTLE PLAYERS In a Modish Comedy entitled "Father Was Right" THE ROSS BROS. World's Champion Midget Boxers in "A Day in a Gymnasium" Cross and Doris Songs and Patter Leo Fillier Phenomenal Boy Violinist WANTED - A smait boy about lo years of age. Apply Alberta Sad- dlery Co., 5th St. South._92^3 WANTED-Man-led man wants work around g.-xrdens, lawns, etc., during evenings. Apply Box 21, Herald. 90-6 \\'ANTlib-G1 ri or married couple on farm at once. Phone R 106, or write, ^' nayton. 90-6 WANTED-Dairyman, dry-hand milk^ er, permanent employment. Elldeo Dairy, Phone R-313._SS-6 WA.VTED-Immediately, a good general servant. Apply "50 7th Ave. S. before p.m. and after G p.m. 91-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR, SALK-Mcbnughlin second hand rtpradcrat rig. ^SO.OO. Phono 103.?. Dp-fl FOR S/U,B-Reglaterod Holstcln Bull. ikn,\ choiip. Apply box 342, City, OO-fi | PROFESSIONAL CARDS KOR SAJjIi--Mclaughlin second hand democrat rig. $60.00. Phono 103.'). 01-6 MASSAGE MEDICAL KOR SALE-Two usefl Gramophouos tor sale on easy terms. Ma.'son & RIach, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St. South. 77-0 FOR SAL,t>-Two light rigs; will ox-chango as part payment for chlcUons or" cow. Apply 1321 lOth Avenue South. ; ' 8S-6 FOR ^ALE-Second hand Ford touring car, 1013 model, in sooil running order. Cheap for cash. Write Drawer Sf, or phone 145, Tabor, AUa, SS-6 PIANO FOR SALE-$125 if sold at once, just tuned and In thoroughly goodloondltion.-Willis Piano-Co., care bt Standard Furniture Store, 610 4tli Ave, S. 92-6 FOR SALE-A Player Piano, in mahogany case, satin finish. Regular price $900.00. for quick salo $585.00. Mason & Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St. South. 77-0 FOR SALE-Seed Flax and 6-Rowed Seed Barley. Also a few choice bronze turkeys and gobblers. Apply O. Dodds N. K. .14 Sec. 9, Tp. 7, R. 19. three and a half miles east of Wilson Siding. 91-6 SUPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Ml�a K. M. Holmos graduate of the Pennsylvania Orlh-opaedlo Jnatltute, Medical Massftga ond aymnnstics 1 Swedish), Electrical Vlbratorj �nd Therapeutic Light TreatraontB, Rlcctrolysls and SUara-poolng Treatments' given by aP-polntmeht only. Room 1 HtiR Blk- J CHIROPRACTORS- SMITH & SMITH-Hyfum Smith and JuneB Smlth-!-lf you aro sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consultation Iroo. Offlco In residonco. 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phono 1677. B8-27 PRIVATE HOSPITAL COMPLETE PICTURE PROGRAM INCLUDING GOOD KEYSTONE KOMEDIES MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA 5-PIECES-5 ANY SEAT 25c ANY TIME Two Shows Nightly at 7 and 9 p.m. Saturday Matinee at 2.30 COMPLETE SHOW GIVEN AT EVERY PERFORMANCE CHILDREN IOC. ANY TIME ANY TIME 25c ANY SEAT-1 WANTED-Stenograplier and bookkeeper, man preferred. Apply Grant . & Molr. Barons, Alta._79-0 WANTED-L4ist week In April, capable general maid. No washing or ironing. Apply Mrs. Ritchie, 1308 4th .\.ve. South. 89-0 WA.VTED - Smart, clean kitchen maid, with slight knowledge of plain cooking. Apply at once to Hudson's Bay tea rooms. 91-0 WANTED-Man or woman to distribute war literature. $120.00 for sixty days' work in your own community. Spare time may be used. Winston Co., Toronto. Ad. No. D. MAJESTIC ONE THURS .NIGHT. ONLY APR. 6th HOWARD EDIE PRESENTS THE WORLD-RENOWNED RUSSIAN ARTISTS Leo-Jan-Mischel- NOW ON A Cherniavsky --Violinist --Pianist -.'Cellist PHENOMENALLY SUCCESSFUL TOUR OF THE ENTIRE DOMINION OF CANADA MAJESTIC Two Days Only Next Tues. Wed. April 4 and 5. Prices oOe, 75c, $1.00 & $1.50 PLAN OPENS AT HEDLEY'S NEXT MONDAY MAIL ORDERS NOW RECEIVED What the Press Agents Say Majestic Vau4eville , Maine woods without any clothing, 1 protection or tools of any kind, merely to demonstrate that it was possible in this modem age to live as the first man used to do. Needless to say this picture is of appealing interest. Knowles proved that it was possible for a man without anything lo live on his own resources in the woods. Nobody should fail to see this man. . The new scale of prices for the Vaudeville at the Majestic made a hit last week, and the same scale will be in effect again this week, on Friday, ion of Gilbert Parker's great novel oC At the Empress The Forbidden Adventure will be shown at the Empress for the last time will be the Castle Players in their clever farcical skit entitled "Father "WaiJ Right," which will not only appeal because o� its humor, but has an additional interest in the tact that many of the latest styles in spring Wear are shown on the stage during the action of the sketch. * Boxing fans -will receive ampla fiin from the oltering of the Robs Brothers, who are styled the world's champion midget boxers. This act is repleta with plenty of "go" and will prove a winner hero. Cross and Doris offer now In the way of singing and dano Jng, and inject plenty of. comedy into their act.  Leo Filller, a phenomenal Russian boy violinist will complete the bill with his diversified musical offering.  Plenty of good motion pictures, | With the latest Keystone funmalier,' and a program of good music by the Majestic orchestra will complete the entire bill. Two complete shows will be given at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. each evening, and a matinee will be given Saturday at 2.30. the times of the capture of Quebec by the British will be shown. "The Seats of the Mighty" is a high grade feature film, containing French court scenes, duels, a battle, (�onKlanl plotting and counter-plotting, a love story with its attendant dis-apiiolntments and delays before the lovers are finally united. Almost every human passion is illustrated in this picture. Xor are the beauties of art I omitted from it, the eye is as genor-Eomethin" f""" '^^ ^"'^ y�"'' sympath- AS IT REALLY IS, CAN ONLY BE SEEN IN THE OFFICIAL CANADIAN GOVERNMENT FILMS CANADA'S FIGHTING FORCES WITH LECTURE BY Sergt. Fred Wells Who lost an arm at Ypres, and is an exchanged prisoner of war from Germany PRICES:-ADULTS 50 Cents; CHILDREN 25c. SEATS READY SATURDAY AT HEDLEY'S WANTED-Men and v.-omen to learn Darbering. Wages while learning; tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depoL 33-0 FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terms two flve-roomed cottages, ono with barn, on 12th St.. ono block from the Fleetwood school. Phono 510, Farmers' Lumber Co., Ltd. 8S-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiLi's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7tli Avonuo South. Phone 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, gi-aduato nurses. 704 0th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 FOR SALE-Choice flax for seed purposes; high purity and gormiuatiou test. Will fill any size order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. Noff, MoVay ranch, Albion Ridge, Alberta.  70-0 VIAVI ViAVI (the Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 FOR SALE OR TRaDE>-A Columbia gramapHone (cost $40) in first class shape, with 20 disc records; will trade ' for good coaster bicycle (no bono shaker taken.) Apply 1221 6th Ave. South. SS-6 DYEING AND CLEANING FOR SALE-300 head of bred owes, due to commence lambing April 25. Also 100 head of yearling wethers go with these It Immediately sold. This is an excellent proposition for a farmer with a bunch of feed and some open range nearby. Apply Box 35, Herald Office. 91-;', FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin varieties, price tor less than ton lots $2.00 per cwt., ton Iota $3S, carload lots, $35 ton, sacked f.o.b Loth-bridge. Order early as the seed potato supply is limited and these prices aro likely to be advanced. 11. Gnlviii. Phone R304. Lethbridge. 73--0 THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry CIcanluR; guaranteed to turn out Svery pleco of work at Its best. Only the most scicntlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1S12. 324 Sixth Street South. DR.,;w. S. GALBRAITH-Physlclftii, Sui-Bfoflh, Accouclior. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p,ro. Ollioo 914 Third Avenufc-Phone:i263, DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eyo, Nose ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; ovenlnim by appointment. Phones: Ottlco 341, Ra-Bidonco 693. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMIE- SON-ortico, 109 . Sherlock Block, Telephones: Offlco 315; Itesldonco GIU. Offlco hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 1.30 to ;i.;',0; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phy-Elvinn, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 4tli Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to S. Phono 476. 60-0 DENTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-DenllsL graduate of Royal 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 (successor to Urs. CourtlcD ft Gilchrist)-Grad-uato University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 1105, Lothbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARR5 and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo Clurc Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hie-Inbotlian? Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. SIMMON08-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgpons. (Eng. filcentlate Royal Colleg�( oJ PhyslclanH (London.) L.D,3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 6-8 Hlg-liilxithum Block. Phono IfilB. UNDERTAKING OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Furs remade and cleaned; suits mado to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. HAY, GRAIN, FEED W.VNTED-Men and women to learn barber trade ; eight weel^s qualities ; tools free ; wages while learuiuR ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated cata-lORue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary.- . -  . .  . 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED PLOWING WANTED-Send in your order to have your garden plowed to P. O. Box 149 city. 93 FOR SALE-Farm machinery, second hand, two Deering and one McCor-mlck 20 marker single disc drills, two Kentucky drills, one 20 marker, the other 22 marker, both look now; ono 150 bushel grain tank, looks entirely new, one 2 horse hay baler in excellent condition, three land packers; all must bo sold next week. Exceptional bargain prices, better see these implements before buying. Apply at office. Collection Agency, International Harvester Co., of Canada, Ltd. S9-6 BALED HAY AND STRAW-F-^ed ol all klhds. Carloads or loss. Inquire-for quotations when buying or selling- Wo are In touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent F-xcellent basement for puilshuble goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 T. S. FETTERLY-LcndltiR Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & GraU' Ite Works of Calgary. Offlco opposite Court House. Phone 661. Re-sldenco 284 7th Ave. S, Phone 1176. Onnn dnv and night S. Y. HURST-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 Srd Avenue South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC .MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction ot Mr. H. 0. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon. 1239 5th Avo. S. SHOE REPAIRING DECORATING WANTED-By young lady, s as stenographer in an office. Open for position April first. Apply box 43, Herald. _^9-6 WANTED - Contract for ploughing with steam outfit. Stubble $2.50 per acre, sod $4.00. Apply Hugh Taylor, 1269 4th Ave. South. 91-6 FOR SALE-Alfaira, timothy, mixed 2J'iay- bluejoint and straw ready for itintinn '' V^o^V^ shipmenL All hay inspected fnrmBfR' n-no WANTED-Position on ranch or plowing outfit, by woman cook, can supply her own help. Apply Mrs. M. Johnstone, Commerce, Alta. 93-6 FOR SALE-Pen of barred rocks, nine hens' and pullets and rooster; price $20. Apply Aird's livery barn. 3rd Street South. 93-2 TENDERS the feature. The management has made special arrangements to bring this picture here so that those who so much enjoyed the drama some weeks ago, might have an oDportunlty to see it as played by tile original Lon Tenders are asked for the erection of a brick school for the Coaldale Consolidated School District No. 9, and to be delivered, accompanied by a marked cheque for 10% of tho amount of the tender, to the architect on or before noon of Wednesday, 6th April, 1916. Heating and plumbing specifications can be obtained from the architect, H. M. WHIDDINGTON, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbrldgo. The lowest or any tender will .not necessarily be accepted. Ad No. H on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phono 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 TO RENT SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called tor and delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th Avenue South. 52-0 UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to TO RENT - Two partly furnished rooms, in Empress Block. Apply C. Hansen, Empress Theatre. 85-0 FOR RENT-Number 1259 6th Avo. S., seven-roomed new house, fully modern. Apply Poapst & Virtue, Union Bank Building. 90-6 TO RENT-Cottage, 6 rooms, fully modern, in perfect condition, close to Central school. Rental $20.00 per month. P. 0. Box 543, phone 1214. 89-6 TO RENT-Bungalow, fi rooms, fully modern, on 50 foot lot. Rental, $10.00 per month. P. O. Box 543, plione 1214. S9-6 STANDARD FURNITURE CO. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Two furnished rooms, for light housekeeping, close In. Apply Box 25, Herald. _____92-2 FOR EXX'HANGE-CIoarlTfie lot and cottage. North Lethbridge, rents $S per month, will exchange for 5 passenger car in good condition. Room 10, MacDoiuild Block. __ 92-6 WA.-s'tED-if you wTsli toseTMl] the furniture and contents Jn your house In 11 lump sum for cash, call W. L. SS-0 TO RENT - Fully modern 7-roon7od ^^'^!^'Si^"'?;,;,^Tr4^ house. Bath, otc. No. 319 13th Street M'^tJllNlS ILD HOUSE WANTED-A south. Apply Arthur Hayr Hardware Co. Hayr, care of 84-0 TO RENT-Eight roomed liouso, ftu'-nace, open fire place, electric light, modern conveniences throughout. Rental $10.00 per month. P. O. Box 543 phone 1214. 89-6 Tenders on Labor ies ond antipathies. Thi.s picture will be shown Friday and Saturday. Sealed bids will be received by tho undersigned up till Saturday, April don com~pany'in motion" pTctmes', with 15th, 1IJ16, for the supply ot all labor all tho scenic efl'octs only possible in motion photography. .\o extrji chargH for admission. At Starland A large crowd witnessed the great drama "Blackbirds" at Starland last night, and were highly plea: ever-growing skill, to induce the thought that they are not llkoly to raise from high things, to even vastly higher. These artists appear . here op ..Api!'.'. . "Jth. at the Majestic, NOTICE! Dallas Farm Sale, Friday, March 31st. Taxi AH Day From Alexandra Hotel TO SALE AND BACK Also Regimball's Sale Tues. Apr. 4th, .CONVEYANCE FROM THE SAME PLACE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL TO KENT - 449 lOth St. N., ,$Too7 41V-4-19 20th St. N., $5.00; 417 ]2lh St B. N., $10.00; 5;i7 12th St. N., modern, 622 12th SL A. N., 925 7th St S 727 12tli St. S., 1224 Srd Avo. S., $2,5',Oo';' 1259 6lh Ave. S., 9:17 13th SL S., $12; IllInols-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Maodon-nld Block. Phono 1522. OO-o Tenders on Elevators. Sealed bids will bo received by tho undersigned up until Saturday, April 15th, 1916, for the supply ot all materials, tools and labor necessary for the construction of one to fourteen elevators. Plans and spenitlcations can bo obtained upon application to the Alberta Farmers' Co-Operatlve rciovator Company, Limited, Calgary, CONSTRUCTION DBPT Tho Alberta Farmers' Co-Oporatlve Ad. No P. Elevator Company, Ltd. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE . Ufttes to any part ot city- 1 I'a.snongor ............. 50c 2 or 'S PasaongorB .......$1,00 Our rates for country trips will interest you. Kxporloncort drlv- PHONE 1206 A four or flvoroonipd house by respon ."ilble parly, south side, no children. Answer at onco to box 47. Herald. 91-3 WELLINGTON BROS.-The Docorat-ors, Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsomlnliig, General Decorating Rud Sign Writing, Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; office phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta. 160-0 AUCTIONEER W L. WILHON, Licensed Auctioneer. All kinds of sales conducted. Tonss rcaaouttole. . Prompt' settlements. Job lota of stocks ot mercnandloa piirchBsed. 1 will also buy the entire contents ot furalshed houses. Head olfice at the WUsou Furniture Co., 416 lath St. Nortli I.�Uit)rldge, Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are ' contemplating an auction sale ot your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Lethbridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING WANTED TO RELNT-liy April 1st, live or six room fully modern bungalow, with garden. Apply L. S. Ripley and Co., 714 3rd Avenuo South, or Phono m-i. 8S-6 LOST^AND FOUND I^OST - Gold curb chain bracelet. Finder please return to Scliwoitzor's Bakerq and voccivo reward. iii)-6 STRAVEO-From my farm, 1 black 3 year old goldlng, 1 iron gray 1 your old saddle maro, both branded M E on left thigh, l^lndor please notify Henry Miller, Box 25, Spring Coulee, Alberta. Reward. 92-3 BOARD AND ROOM ROO.MS TO RENT-With or without board. Apply 502, corner 5th Ave. and 19th St. North. 88-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-On account of 111 health wo will sell for $200 a nice house and large lot, 50 feet, well located. In which we have an equity of $1000; balance in easy payinoiits. A genuine snap. Georgo Soar, 1624 6tli Avenuo North. 93-6 LAND-MISCELLANEOUS DAIRY FARM WANTED-A largo, reliable and experioiicod family wishes tp.'rent on sliaro or lease, a dairy farm, fully equipped, inuludlug spring seetl'grain., Muutluivo, at least,' a four roomed house. Apply Box 44 ilorald offlcoi_____88-6 FOR SALE-Several tractu o't land In STJtAYKD-itocontly frotu Sec. 35-10-24, west ot Noblol'ord, ono bay horse, largo star in face. 'rhro, . RUBBER STAMPS Mado In Lotlihrldgo by the Herald Job Department Phono 1^62, ;