Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916 Special attraction. Friday-Saturday IParaiiioiint Travol Series a^LSO DUDLEY BUXTON CARTOON OF CHARLES CIIAI'LIX -Tonight and Saturday "The Man Who Stayed at Home" A WONDERFUL PICTURIZATION OF "THE GREAT WAR DRAMA "THE WHITE FEATHER" AS PLAYED BY THE ORIGINAL LONDON COMPANY The (German Spy System Exposed REGULAR ADMISSION-ADULTS 15 CENTS, CHILDREN 10 CENTS SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2.15 AND 3.30, CHILDREN 5 CENTS MPRES TONIGHT "THE SEATS of the MIGHTY" By Sir Gilbert Parker with Lionel Barrimore arid other'famous stars In 6 parts. Critics pronounce it th� most ambitioua photoplay-In America. Also plenty of good comedy. ' RPHEU TONIGHT "The Nature Man" S A Struggle for Existence. Brute man pitted against brute animal on equal footing. The film of a thousand wonders. AD SITUATIONS VACANT WA.NTRD-An orderly hospital at once. at the Gait S8-0 WANTED-Experience?, s-.ieep herder. Good wages. Apply Box 400, Taber, Alta. 90-C WANTKD-A reliablo nurse maid. Apply G22 6th Avenue South. Phone 1439. 93-3 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALK-HeglsloroirnoIatonriluU. A'ory cheap. Apply box ;M2, City. OO-li KOU SALE-Jlcliiiughlln second hand democrnt rlR. $b'KOO. I'liono JOlin. lu-li PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR SAIjI'J-Two uaon Gruniophonos tor sale on easy terms. Masou & lUsnh, Ltd., Ualmoml Block. 6lh 91. South.______V7^0 KOK SAlyR^atudebaUer 30, In llrst clasa^ condition with complete set. of new tlr(is, $r>00. Applv Hox 14 Herald.^______04-0 IMANd ~KOir SaTJO-$T25 ft sold at once, just tuned and In thoroughly Kood condition. Willis I'inno Co,, cavo oi; Standard Furulturo Storo, lUO 4th Ave. S. 92B FOR SALli-A Player Plnno, In nin-liogany case, sntln finish. ReEulur price $900.00, for quick sale $585.00, Mason *. Rlsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, 5th St^ South. 77-0 U-sblKS' 'BllCIOtTvyr'HAT^^ -ready-to-wear millinery, and flowers, from 2'\c to $3.75, at .Mrs. Street's IIUU Fifth St. South and 318 13th St. North. 04-2 FOR SALE-Seed Flax and 0-Rowod Seed Barley. Also a few choice bronze turkeys and gobblers. Applv O. Dodds N. E. U Sec. 9. Tp. 7, R. 19, tlireo and a half miles east of Wilson Sld-1"K. iU-t; wa.xted -'a smart boy about 15 | years of age. Apply Alberta Sad- ' dlery Co., f.th St. South._92;^ wanted-.Man-led man wants work around gardens, lawns, etc.. during evenings. Apply Box 1!1. Moralcl. 90-G SATURDAY NIGHT and SATURDAY MATINEE THE CASTLE PLAYEKS In a Modish Comedy entitled "Father Was Right" THE EOSS BROS. World's Champion Midget Boxers in "A Day In a Gymnasium" WANTED-Gin or married couple on farm at once. Phone R 106, or write, C. .1. Mahood, New Dayton.__90-^ WANTED-Immediatelyr"!r good general servant. Apply 750 7th Ave. S. before 2 p.m. and ufter G p.m. 91-G Ci'o.ss 1111(1 Doui,s , Songs and Patter Leo Fillier Phenomenal Boy Violinist WANTED-Stenographer and book-, keeper, man preferred. Apply Grant & Jtoir, Barons, Alta. 79-0 ; WANTF.D-Last week In April, cap-i able general maid. No washing or Ironing. Apply Mrs. Ritchie, 1302 4th .Ave. South. S9-G A COMPLETE PICTURE PROGRAM INCLUDING GOOD KEYSTONE KOMEDIES I MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA 5-PIECES-5 Two Shows Nightly at 7 and 9 p.m. Saturday Matinee at 2.30 COMPLETE SHOW GIVEN AT EVERY PERFORMANCE CHILDREN IOC. ANY TIME , WA.N'TED - Smalrl, clean kitchen maid, with slight knowledge of plain : cooking. Apply at once to Hudson's : Bay tea rooms. 91-0 : WANTED-Girl for general housework, small family, house with modern conveniences. $25.00 per month. G. S. Ferris, .Vanton, Alberta. 94-6 WANTED-iien ami women to learn barbering. Wages while learning, tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St.. near C.P.R. depot. 33-0 I'-OR SALE OR RENT-On easylermF two flve-roomed cottages, one with barn, on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 516, Farmers' Lumber Co.. Ltd. SS-0 FOR SALE-Choice flax for seed purposes; high purity and germination test. Will (ill any sl/.e order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. Neft, McVay ranch, Albloix Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin varieties, price for less than ton lots $2.00 per cwt., ton lots $3S, carload lots, $35 ton, sacked f.o.b I.ieth-brldge. Order early as the seed potato supply is limited and these prices are likely to be advanced. H. Galvin. Phono R304, Lethbridge. 73--0 FOR SAIjE-l^arm machinery, second hand, two IDeering and one McCor-mick 20 marker single disc drills, two Kentucky drills, one 20 marker, the other 22 marker, both look new; one 150 bushel grain tank, looks entirely new, one 2 horse hay baler in excellent condition, three land packers; all must be sold next week. Exception-ai bargain prices, better see these implements before buying. Apply at office, Collection Agency, International Harvester Co., of Canada, l^td. S9-6 MAJESTIC- ONE THURS., oi?LY � APR. 6th HOWARD EDIE PRESENTS THE WORLD-RENOWNED RUSSIAN ARTISTS " Leo-Jan-Mischel- NOW ON A --Violinist "Pianist "'Cellist PHENOMENALLY SUCCESSFUL TOUR OF THE ENTIRE DOMINION OF CAriADA Cherniavs MAJESTIC Tavo Day.s Only Next Tues. Wed. April 4 and 5 Prices 50c, 75c, 31.00 & $1.50 PLAN OPENS AT HEDLEY'S NEXT MONDAY MAIL ORDERS NOW RECEIVED What the Press Agents Say Majestic Vaudeville Opening with the performances tonight, one of the best all-rouud vaudeville bills of the season will be seen at the Majestic. Over thirteen hundred patrons attended last week's vaudeville, and were delighted with both the show and the new reduced scale of prices. The tamo prices will continue in effect this week. The Castle Players, headed by Mr. J. "Andrew Castle, the well known .young actor, will top the hill in their , violinist will appear in a really fine ' ; musical offering, which will make a i universal appeal to all lovers or good i music. 1 A good program and another mus-ileal concert by the Majestic orches-'. tra will round out the bill. Two per-' formances will be given each evening at 7 and 9, and a special Saturday afternoon matinee at 2.20. AS IT REALLY IS, CAN ONLY BE SEEN IN THE OFFICIAL CANADIAN GOVERNMENT FILMS CANADA'S At the Orpbeiim When Joe Knowles the nature man, went into llie Maine woods, with neither clothes nor tools of any description to prove that a man could live on his own resources even today, everybody laughed. But Joe Knowles not only existed byt managed to live a very exciting and enjoyable life. The ; .-itory of his experiences is told in WITH LECTURE BY Seigt. 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 mine over with effervescent h-imor. Z^t'' ^''^^'^ The Famous Ross Brothers, wbrM\s iI''''-'V-i,! I m "''^'^ J''"".'""''''' champion midget bo.xers will be seen'''-"- �" missed. In their ottering "a Day In a Gymnasium." Cross and Doris have an attractive Binglng and dancing act, into which they Introduce a good line of comedy patter. Leo Filler, , phenomena! Rvissian WANTED-Men and wom�n to learn barber trade ; eight weeks quaUBes ; ' tools free ; wages while learning ; po- | sitions guaranteed ; illustrated cafa- ; lORue and particulars free. Moler Bar- ' ber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary. 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED ^ PLOWING WANTED-Send in youi* ' order to have your garden plowed to P. O. Box 149 city.: 93-2 FOR SALE-Alfaira, timothy, ml.xtnl hay, bluejolnt and straw rei}dy for prompt shipment. All hay inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 MASSAGE MEDICAL SUPERKLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAM P001NQ-MI�8- K. '-1. Holmc� graduate of the Ponnnylvanln Orth-opaedlo Inatltuto, Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish). Electrical Vibratory and Thorapoullc Light I'reatmonts, Electrolysis and Sham-pnnlne Trontmonis given by ap-pointmont only. Room 1 Hull aik. DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician,' Surgeon, Accoucher, Hours 2-^3; 7-8 p.m. Offlco 914 Third Avenu* Pliono 12B3. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose ana Ibroat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlco hours 10-12; 2-5; evonUiKS by ap-rolnlmont. Phouus: Office 341. Ro-eldenco 593, DRS, CONNOR, McNALLV & JAMIE-SON-orrico, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Rcsldenca t'Ui. Otfico hours: 11 to 12 a. m.i 1.30 to :!.:�; 7 lo 8 p.m. R. B, C. THOMSON, B.A., M.D.-Phy. slclnn, Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 4th Avonim North. Hours 1 to 4; ' to 8. Phono 470. 60-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-It you aro sick and want to regain health, tnko spinal adjustments and got well. Consultation Ireo. Onico In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phono 1677. 68-27 ---------......-------------- DENTAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato or Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Domlnlou Dental Certincate. Office: Rooms B and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successoi to Dra. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Orad-URte University of, Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Mnrdonald Block. Phona 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARR3 and MARRS-Dentists. .Successors to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Clurc Houi-s: 9 fo B. Office, Hlf. Inbotliam Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. GIMMONDS-Dentlat. member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal Collegi of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office; 6-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. "Phone Ifilfi. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiL's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Spocial rates giv. en on application. 1224 7th Avunuo South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VIAVI ViAVl (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 019 JOth Street South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING UNDERTAKING THE VALET-SpeclallstB In French Cry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most Bclentlflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work la sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812, a24 Sixth Street South. T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the SomervlUo Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Oftico opposite Court House. Phone 681. Rc. Bldenco 284 7th Ave. 3.. Phono 1176. Open rtav and nicht. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Fura re-mado and Cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. S. Y. HURST-Embalmer A Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South, Phone 1802. Open night and day. SHOE REPAI-RING j MUSIC LOST AND FOUND LOST - Gold curb chain bracelet. Finder please return to Schweitzer's Bakerq and receive reward. 90-ti WANTED-By young lady, situation as stenographer In an office. Open for position April first. Apply box 43, Herald. 89-6 WANTET> - Contract for ploughiiig with steam outfit. Stubble $2.50 per acre, sod $4.00. .\pply Hugh Taylor, 1269 4th Ave. South._91-6 W^VNTED-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. .^pply Aird's livery bam, 3rd Street South. 93-2 STR.A.YED-li'rom my farm, 1 black 3 year old gelding, 1 Iron gray 4 year old saddle mare, both branded .M E on left thigh. Finder please notify Henry .Miller, Box 25, Spring Coulee, Alberta. Reward. 92-3 TO RENT TO RENT - Two partly furnished rooms in Empress Block. Apply C. Hansen, Empress Theatre. So-0 FOR RENT-Number 1259 Hth Ave. S., seven-roomed new house, fully modRru. Apply Poapst & Virtue, Union Bank Building. 90-6 At the Majestic WANTED-To rent from May Isl, a modern bungalow, wlUi verandah. Write or phone R. C. Parris, 283 7th Ave. South.__________94-6 TCTRISNT-Cottage," 0 rooms, fully modem, In perfect condition, close to Central school. Rental $20.00 per month. P. O. Box 543, phone 1214. 89-6 TOTtENT^Biingaiow', (["loomsTluiry �f>^ modern, on 50 foot lot. Rental, $10.00 per month. P. O. Box 543, phone 1214. _____^9-6 968 STKAYED-Recently from Sec. 35-10-24, west of Nobleford, one bay horse, large star in face. Three days later from same land, two bays aud one black. First horse last seen on March 17th, 4 miles west of Diamond City, last three on 20th, same neighborhood. All were five yeai'.'v old, weight about 1400, iu good order, tails trimmed rather short, haultcred and branded 5 H left thigh. Bought from Hyssop Bros.' range a year ago. $20 reward for phoning and holding a day or $30 for return to farm. C. S. .N'oblo, Nobleford. 92-0 SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th Avenue South. 52-0 UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr, H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collogn of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to IL 0. C. Salmon. 1259 5th Ave. S. ST>\NDARD FURNITURE CO. Tenders on Labor Sealed bids will bo received by the undorslKned ui) till Saturday, .-\prll 15th. 11)16, for the supply of all labor and tools necessary for the construction of one to fourteen elevators. ' Plans and specifications can be obtained upon application to The Alber-i ta Farmers' Co-Operatlve Elevator I Company, IJmlted, Calgary. Construction Department, The Alberta Farmers' (jo-Operative Ad. No. Y. Elevator Company, Ltd. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED- Second hand ^car, F5rd preferred, give full particulars and rock-bottom price for spot cash. Address P. 0. Box 333, City. 94-6 .N'ews comes to hand of still more successes achieved by the Chernlav- OVERWORKED MINISTER Tells How Vinol Restored Strength and Vitality ..Lethbridge people will realize that we could not publish such letters as the following if they were not genuine and truthful statements of facts. The Rev. Mr. Hughes, Holly Springs, Ark., says: - "I am a Methodist Minister, and suffered from broken-down nerves loss of appetite'and sleeplessness. I �was weak, my circulation was very poor, and I was not able to do my duty in my Parish as I felt I should. At the Enipres.s -Thf. Seats of the .Mighty" that great play taken from Gilbert Parker's novel of the days of the capture i of Quebec by the British, will be seen � TO RENT-No. 968 10th St. South, comfortable, fully modern cottage, $10 per month. Apply 917 10th St. 94-6 For Sale-Eggs and Poultry LOSEY'S BARRED ROc'KS~M'ori consistent winners iu western Canada. Eggs, $2, a few chicks lefL Satisfaction guaranteed. .A.pply L, H. Wnnifred, Alta.____ 94-6 .Schertnle "A" MOKTCiAGi: .SALE PURSUA.NT to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson, inado the !)th Tenders on Elevators. I Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned up until Saturday, April 15lli, 1916, for the supply of all materials, tools and labor necessary tor the construction of one to fourteen elevators. Plans and specifications tan be obtained upon application to the Alberta Farmers' Co-Opurntivfi 1-Jlovator Company, Limited, Calgarv. CONSTHIJCTION DKPT The Alberta Farmers' Co-Operative .\(1. No. P. Elevator Company, Ltd. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorat' ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlniug, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates glveo. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bids.. Lethbridge, AltA. lEO-0 AUCTIONEER W L. WILMON, Licensed Auctioneer, All ^tlnds of sales conducted. Terms rea.iooable. . Prompt settlemonta. Job lots of slocka ot merchaodme purchased. 1 will also buy the entire contents ot fitmlshed houses. Head office at the Wilson rnmlture Co.. 416 ISth 6t. North Letiibrldgc. Prone 1023. FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating an auction sale ot your faraiing stock, stook-ln-trade or household goods and effects, ccnsult Frank Waddlngton, Leth-brldtxe, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms/ Twen' ly years' experience. 266-0 PIANO TUNING > skys. Canada ha;been HMral^u;: ^^"^'^J''"^-!!'-__________ _ _....., ed by this marvellous music which ''^^ HE.N'T - Fully modern 7-roomed will be heard at the Majestic on April hoi'^e. Bath. etc. No. 319 13th Street 6th. south. Apply Arthur Hayr Hardware Co. Hayr, care ot 84-0 TO RENT-Eigiil roomed house, fur- . _____.............. ,^ ,^^, Sergi. Fred Wells, who lecture.'! , in pictures at the Empress tonight '''^ Canadian government oinc-�r"3" ^'^e place, electric light, and tomorrow. The story of the play films. "Canada's Fighting Forces," modem conveniences throughout, commences at the court of Louis XV a' the Majestic, April 4th and uth, ;R-entAil $10.00 per month. P. O. Box in France and shows the two rival of "^^n^ in the 7tli battalion, B. C, and ^"*.^Phone_1214. _ 89-6 the King. La Pompadour and Du Bar. I'f't ih the battle ot Ypres. His .TO KENT-531 14th St. Soutli, pario?; ry. These women have miich Influ- company and platoon otlicers both bo-'tlluiug room, don, kitchen, three bed- enco in matters of government. The '"S killed, lie, being senior sergeant, ;room^, separate bath and toilet. Gas play finitUy is transplanted to Quo- '�'�"^^ command of nearly 200 men, bee at the time of Liu- ui:cupailon li.v "s die 7th was situated in the the French. The battle of the Plains brunt of the battle, he saw plenty of Abraham, under General Wolfe, is bo had from the Auctioneer or the auder-Hlgned SollfltorH. SHL'PHlilRD, DUNLOP & RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff heroin. AlAl/COLM YOUNG, iOstj,, .