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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY _ CHAPTER TWO RE.L toMBBY rMPRESC.TheGirlaadtheGame-Wanted, a Chaperone J_JI Last Time kJ Awakenlni-'-War Weekly, Latest News-Jess This Thrlll.r willIprovld. enough mirth to Iwt I J Last Time TONIGHT "Splkc'r Weekly, Latest News- Wlliard Is also seen to advantage. LAST TIME TONIGHT OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD AND SYDNEY GRANT IN A GREAT 5-P.EEL COMEDY "IANF" Jfc WITH THE BRITISH TROOPS IN THE BALKANS, you a whole a" Nestor DUSTIN FARNUM IN BOOTH TARKINGTON'S FAMOUS NOVEL "The Gentleman indite May Fuller in'Mary's Duke' Romantic Comedy with all the enjoyment of a Farce and all the of a Drama, in Three Also "Lizzie Breaks into the Harem1' 'GRAFT7 Chapter 10. Expo- sure of the Harbor Transportation Trust NIGHTS ONLY Next MOII.--TUCS. May 8-9 NO MATINEES Geo. SlcManus' Whirlwind "BRINGING UP TheJVIusical Triumph of the Age A Lingering Landslide of Laughter with Singing BIGGEST SINGfNG CHORUS Prices 75c, 50c SEATS READY THURSDAY HEDLEY'S What ihe Press Agents Say country station where the pair were luft. rescue them and bring them back to the city. The balance of the story Is great. Also The Girl and The Game and latest War Weekly. At Starland Of all the great Paramount comedies that have been shown at Starland. At the Majestic "Bringing Up a musical mm iiu.e comedy" baaed on Geo. JIcManus' car- "Jane" is probably the greatest laugli toons now running In over nve him- producer to date. The large crowd (ianv and Sunday newspapers who witnessed the play last nisi" re- the United States and Ca- reived a full measure of fun and wiu ue tho next attraction at 'lauchter. This play will be the .Majestic next Monday and Tues- turo for the last tiuies tonight. ,iay. The best recommendation that On Wili'csday and Thursday. he given "Bringing Up tin Farnusn will appear in a picmriza-: is the fact that Mr. Gus Hill tioa Booth Tarkiaston'3 great novel, ;ls producer. If the cartoons did 'The Gentleman from Indiana." This ;not sholv pronounced assurance of suc- WANT SITUATIONS VACANT MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR StudebuKer road- ster, 1914 model, In good shape, phone B. H. Oliver, 1381. 115-1! used piano, Just like new. J225.00, ou easy feruis. Mason Risen.. Ltd. general servant. Ap. ply 542 7th St.. South. waitress. exiindra Hotel._________________ once a maid. Apply C. A. Little, north of the track. 120-0 FOR ten Gold Coin sued potatoes, J16.00 per ton. Apply Tom Kaos, Staffordvllle, phone C05. WANTED Girl tor general house- work. Apply Mrs. 11. J. Bohmer, Chin, Alia. 120-1 POTATOES FOR First class Early Ohio and Gold Coin. P. O. Box 601, H. (ialvhy Lethbrldgc. __ lai. clean and A.' McYay, Al- 0 FOR good; price right. ijlqn Ridge, Alia. WANTED Immediately, two first- class paper-hangurs and painters. Ap- ply Wellington Building, City. Brothers, Sherlock POP. ton Gold Coin seed potatoes, per ton. Apply Tom FOR lianTfTve passen- ger automobile in good slmpe, u snap. Applv The H. T. Henderson Garage. iiovel is one of the historic best-sellers rM5 tts a piny, Mr. Hill would never [MPRQYED B. C. FASM TOE SALE 600 Acres at Marvsvllle, B. C., mile from railway station, post office; ''tore hotel and school. All fenced, goed buildings. 70 acres summerfal- low, 50 acres ready for spring plowing, abundance pure TunsiDi water. Whole ------paym----- easy to right party. For particulars apply.to B..Lund, Box 189, Lethbridgb, ar phone 516. Ad. No. "E" the story have an. additional incentive to see this great photoplay. At the Orplicum Mary's Duke, in three parts, will be of American literature. In the role of; liave considered the propcsition to the fearless young editor who wins i it for the stage. Theatrical such a charming girl in one of the gives reason tor the assertion sweetest love idyls of modern fiction. a GUS fjm is a success he- Mr. Farnuul is seen at his best, which jfore tue flrst curtain rises. So much is saying much. Those who have read for exuerience and judgment as to wimt tje pUDlic demands in the shape of musical entertainment Mr. Hill is the first producer to introduce a vau- deville cast into a musical comedy. In fact. "Bringing Uu Father" is a high Marv's Duke, In Uiree parts, win ue class vaudeville show with a comedy the feature at the Orpheum tonight, plot, interspersed with specialties and With ail her millions and her educa- i chorus of pretty girls who sing and lion at a finishing "school, Mame Mc-iprauce about to connect the various Guire cannot torset that she is the Ivandeville acts. "Bringing.Up Father Soap King's daughter, and that her is a new incentive for hilarious com- motner is ordinary and ambitious. ;edy, a laugh from start to finish and When Mame finds a card to the exclu- i never was intended, for any other pur- sive Van Duysen mask ball, she can- pose. There is a magnificent scenic not resist the temptation to go. She equipment with mechanical and elec- 'oes as Pierrette and it chances that trical effects, and almost endless varie- inCes Wltn ner mi: emnc ;vou lauS'i, IL 10 iiunc jing But she refuses to tell him the same characters in flesh and blood her name and he is so charmed with will make you roar. The opportum. her that he proposes they exchange t ties offered for good comedy by the rings, so that when they next meet cartoon creations has been taken ad- once, experienced wait- ress and chambermaid for first class hotel. Apply Housekeeper, iOng Ed- vard Hotel, Pincher Creek.. WANTED Girl to make trousers. Must have some experience." T. C. Ridpath, 407 5th St., S., Lsthbridge., "'TO: RENT" Upper Hall, SXXE. B ON'AND AFTER MAY 17TH the up per hall of the S. O. E. Building will be _open for booking for any. purpose. PHONE 715 FOR TERMS C. Westley Ground floor open as usual they may recognize each other. The aiury tfiat follo-ss is full ot intense in- I terest. Also the ninth instalment of STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FRANK GOAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive AsenJs 'or SOUTHERN ALBERTA PHONE OR WIRE BECKER YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON At the Empress At the Empress tonight: A Chaperone, two parts. Jack and his father live at the beach; Eddie and his mother live in the city, while Lee, Ed- die's pal, lives alone. Eddie invites Jack for a visit and on the way to the vantage of to the fullest extenL The Land Titles Act MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of sale provided by the Land Titles i.-i and under a certain Mortgage try station to pir.k flowers and are left behind as the train pulls out, leaving Victoria on the train alone. Eddie and his friend, Lee, go to the station to j'meet Jack, hut Ue is not among the j incoming passengers. Victoria over- ,-Jiears their conversation which leads I her to believe that the young man they 'are expecting is the one who is left behind with her sistar. She volun- I teers the information, which the boys accept gladly and all leave for the Do Not Leave the Receiver Off. Some person may want to do business with you. Do you, Mr. Merchant, realize that when you cease to advertise you are leaving the receiver off? Many readers of the paper have requirement in your line and have the money to satisfy them. If you do not tell them what you have and what the prices are, they will naturally go to your com- petitor who gives them this information and in- vites their custom. Do not leave the receiver off your telephone, and do not neglect your advertising if you wish to make it easy and pleasant to do business with you. of the 4th lleridain. Alberta, offered for sale by Public Auc- tion at the Court House, Letlibridge, Alberta, at 12 o'clock noon, on Tues- day the 16th day of May, 1916. The vendor is informed that the above property consists of 160 acres, more or less, situate about milts from Coaldale railway station, .and about 3% miles from Iron Spring; Post Office. The vendor is informed that the whole quarter section is good arable land and that about 50 acres have been summerfallowed. The north side of the property is fenced with strand barbed wire in good repair. ana 'women to learn barbering. Wages, while learning; ools Situation guaranteed. In- "orination, book of 'instructions mail- ed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. and womin to learn jarber trade eight wfieki qualities; ioois free wages while learning po- sitions guaranteed illustrated cata- opie and particulars Iree. Moler Bar- ber College, 604a Cintre Cai- y. 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED man wants gar- den digging, carpet heating, cleaning lawns, etc. Mr. Reed. 216 3rd Ave. S. 118-6 position .wanted, any business, by hustling young nlan, conscientious and not afraid of -work, can leave present situation 6th May, best of full particulars, Box 30 Herald Office. 11S-3 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SVAXTfiD To purchase, household furniture and effects. Address Box 20, Herald Office. 120-6 purchase house to be moved, two to four rooms, in good condition; give description and low- est cash price in first letter. Ad- dress Box 42, Herald. LOST AND FOUND dark mare colt, coming three year old. Branded B W under on left flank. Last seen south'of Burdett. Reward of 520.00 will be given for its recovery. C. T .Brooks, Bow Island, Alberta, 115-6 EXPERIENCED MINERS WANTED BY THE Mountain Park Coal Company Steam Scams Regular work all the year round APPLY MOUNTAIN PARK COAL CO., LIMITED Cldj., Alberta 501' Edmonton, PROFESSIONAL CARDS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic institute, Medical Massage tad Gymnastics Uluc- t'r'lcal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sh'umpoolun. Treatments given ny Hppolnbuenl only. Room 1, Hull Bllt CHIROPRAGTORS SMITH i Smith and June It. you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments mid get well. Consul- tation free. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S., hours 9.30 to S; 7 to 9. Phone 1G77. 1-5-25 FOIi SALE OR easy terms roomed, cottage on 12th St.. one block from the Fleotwood school. Phone 516, Farmers' Lumber Co. FOR 43 horsepower Hart Parr oil engine, plowed 300 acres, in first class shape, will take cash, or 51500 In trade. 1 Alberta. Address Box 120-2 FOR S carloads of good Shorthorn and Whitefaces, yearling and two-year-old, steers and heifers. Also cows in calf and with calves at foot D P McDaniel, Alberta Stock Yards, Calgary. Alta. the Victoria Mansions, one furnished ground floorhouse-keep- ing flat all modern conveniences, laundry tubs and attached bath, ap- ply to the Mansions Office, Third Avenue South, between 9 and 11 and and 4 o'clock. Phone G36. 120-0 ATJTO BARGAIN One-third cost. Five-passenger touring car with two extra seats, 30 h.p., good condition, re-tired last year, complete set tools, set (4) tire rests, waterproof covers, m'leage good condition. 5950.00. Box 45 Herald Office. I10'6 HORSES FOR team or matched bay geldings, 3 years, 2300 one cream gelding, four years, Ibs; one dark hay gelding five years 1400 Ibs. All gentle, well-brok- en and sound. W. A. Hamilton, Holm- view Farm, Phone Rill, Lcthbridge. FOR tlmotny, hay hluelolnt and straw ready lor grades Farm Products _. Sherlock Bldg. Phone Residence 365. DR. W. S. GAL3RAITH Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Ayuiiuo. Phono 1253. DR. TAYLOR Ear, Bye, Nate null Throat; IV, Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Offico X4I, 'Ke- sldeuco 583. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAMIE- Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office HIS; Hosliience 610. Ol'flce hours; 11 to 12 n. m.; 1.30 to tJ.HO; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surgeon, Accoucher. -llh Avenuo North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phone 470. sr PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Sepcial rates giv- on on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 740. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 (llh Ave. South. Phone 316. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVl (Tho Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All conimu- nicatlous to Mrs. O. Thomas, IJ19 10th Street South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to out every piece of work at its best Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1S12 S24 Sixth Street Souih. DR. M. J. graduate of lloyivl College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of it Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Itooms I, and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. to Drs. Courtice uate University of Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Phoner lltio, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 .to 5. Office, Hlg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E.. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higinbotham Block. Phone 1018. OUR CITY -DYEING AND CLEAN- ING WORKS Furs re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city., Phone 444. VULCANIZING UNDERTAKING Jl T, S. Fetterly Leading Funeral- Director and also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 2S4 7th Ave. 8., Phone 1170. Open day and night. S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. ____ Guaranteed work and quick service on all tires and inner tubes. The H. T.' Henderson Oarage. 119-0 MUSIC 41.1 Eighth St. South, Lethbridge Hours: Day school, p. m., every school day.. (Nigbt school: Foiiday and -Thursday evenings. 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: .Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arith- metic, Spelling, Penmanship, Offico Routine, English. Call or write Jor information. U'O-G MISS AILEEN M. JONES is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing anil Theory under the direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon- Candidates pre- pared for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of -Music, London, Bug. For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Sal- mon, 1259 5th Ave.. S. Edison Gramophone Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly payments. Ma- son Risch, Ltd. 520.00 the following animals. One bay mare 5 years old branded J lazy C left hip, two rvhitt feet, had yearling colt. One bay geld ing, 5 years old, branded J lazy C OE left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldale. Ap ply E. S. Bowden, Taber, Alta. 98-0 UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of PlailOi Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching .experience. Studio fully equipped 'with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. sorrel horse brand- ed on right thigh (A inside angle.) Finder will be re-', warded by returning to A. Dower, FOB typewriter, Reming- ton No 10; 1 Hall's safe inside dimen- sions 12x13x26, 8 inch walls; 1 single delivery wagon, capacity 1800. u. n. ?agnuelo, gen, delivery, city: 1U-II leather (chrome lace halter and latago leath- rs for sale, or made from your own iides: All kinds of skins tanned for ura, rugs and .robes. A post card Till you prices. Lethbridge Tan- nery, P. 0. Box 58, 116-20 TO RENT Cardston. provementi: House 14 x 20, a -f10 reward for Information to recovery of these animals: 20, and granary 14 all one storey with board roofs. The property will be sold subject to a reserve price and subject to the taies for the current year and to the i reservations and conditions contain- i ed in the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the exist- ing Certificate of Title, also subject to any statutory charges for seed grain and other relief, if any. TERMS OF SALE Terms of sale to oe 20 per cent, cash at the time of the sale, the bal- ance within 30 days thereafter, either all cash or part thereof, namely, 51000 by mortgage at 8 per cent, per annum, payable ?100.00 on the 1st of January In each of the .years 1917, 1918 and 1919, and the balance on the 1st day of January 1920. Other terms and conditions will be made known at the time of the sale. For further particulars apply to I Lent, Jones. Mackay -Mann, Barrls- ters, Graiu Exchange Building, Cal- gary, Alberta, Solicitors for the ven- dor. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this 29th day of March, A.D. 1918. Approved: A. Kinnaird, Deputy Registrar. 30, One brown mar3, weight 1100, branded on left thigh; one blue grey mare, weight 1300, branded Ron left shoulder. Notify E. D. BRobinson. Del -Boneta, Alber- FOR RENT Irrigate.! land with buildings, close to the city, 40. acres or more.if desired. Apply W. H. Fair- field, pohne 385. FOR q-uarter sections, irrigated hay meadow suitable for al- falfa. The owner la unable to develop it and will give the chance to some one else. Blue prints of dam and ditches. For sale for 55.-00. This is a snap S. E; '4 Sec. 36 and N. Sec. 25 Tp r.K. 2, 4th. 0. V. JIuir, Gtelobon, Alta. 113-0 THIS PAGE GOBS TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. 11. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS UHDBKBL) FOR SALE In Southern Alberta 1370 acres, 600 under cultivation, 200 in wheat, 200 in feed and flax, 200 to be summerfallowed, 7 room house, barn and outbuildings, fenced and cross-fenced, 12 head "of horses, 30 head of cattle, machinery for run- ning tho farm. Price for all, ?24.CO per acre. cash, balance In ten payments. T. M. Hutf, Room 10, Al- berta Block, Lethliridge, Alta: 118-li LOTS FOR SALE FOR LOT 1 and 2, block 91, near I-Tenderson Park, 5100 canh the 2 lots, must sell. V. E. DRESSMAKING Superior Workmanship, Perfect Fit, Metropolitan Style. .MISS WILSON. Room 1, Above Ryland's Store. TO nicely furnished room, car line, with use of phoney Apply 1302 7th Ave. south, or phone 480. 120-2 TO RENT Furnished house, fully modern, gas, fire place, piano. Apply "venings, 281 7th Avenue A. S. Phone 641.___________________________122-.G TO Cth Ave. South, a seven room house, full sized base- ment, gaa heated, ou car line, imme- diate possession. Apply 616 10th St. iouth. H2-0 two-storey houses, fully modern, Sixth Avenue A. S., S20 per month. Apply R. R. Davidson, care of Cony- beare, Church, fticArthur and David- m.n. 118-0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing.' Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fittigg, F'nmbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Mackindu, Qualicum Beach, Vancou- ver Island. 118-6 THE-NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail medical and surgical cases (escept contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- of the patient. Poor patients cared tor free ot charge. Graduate nurses for private duty Mso provided. For further panic-: ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1238. (Miai) A. M. TUlex, (Miss) Rote Cameron, Grad. Nune (MUs) J.T. Mackenzie, Orid. Nurie For and Poultry ILOSISY'S BARRED HOCKS, win a' Calgary and LethbridS'e, eggs at hatch winners. 90 l.'ertlle this yea Pekin duck eggs, H'c each. 120 wTTfTlT ca i spare a few sittings, from my be: 'pen, containing -1st, and- 2nd 'pullt at Raymond, 2nd and 3rd Graas Lake and Innisfall, and hens 1st, 2i and 3rd. Lethbridge. 1914-. Hetdoi. by cockerel 1st High, River and Ray- mond and 2nd Grassy'Lake. At sli shows last fall i'won'11 sec- onds'and'3 thirds. Pi'lcs per 15. C J. Wyatt, DUmofai 'Cltj'', WILL TftAOE Thirty-five H.P. Cadil- lac automobile, 1914 model, which has been run but very little, for Lcthbridgt property. Apply to Box 65, ;13arons. 120-0 MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to u'der HE OUR WORK EFORE YOU UY; Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Upholstering Furniture repair- Ing, upholstering, polishing. Charges reasonable. R Brook, 926 7th St. A.' South, 931 7th Street" South. .116-11 UPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzie Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. -PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. P. R. Freight PHONES: ___......; 116J 1064 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock. Bldf., Leth- bridge, Alta. C AUCTIONEER Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE W8 Fifth phone 632 Street South DRAYlfcfj OF ALL KINDS GAKDE'NS PLOUGHED W. L. Auctioneer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements: Job lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13th St. North. Lethbridga. Phone 1025. FRANK you .are contemplating an auction sale of your fanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, .Leth- bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. G. H. CRIPPS, .EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 30 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate Jl.T. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone .11C8, 1253 6th Ave. A. South. SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Prank Mlles.-.-oll 4th Avenue South. BALED of all kinds. Cafloa'ds or leaa.' 'Inquire for quotations when buying-or.sell- ing. We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space .for'.rent. lOxcdlent .basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saundera; .Phone 1241 P. O. Box 112.- CLEAN SACKS! per Inn or loose At our farm, 8 miles south of ixnbbrldge, Phone mil. THE FELGER FARMING'CO., LIMITED, W. A. HENDERSON AND CO. Lethbridge 'Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered .Aeeountantl Accountancy branches: Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trnsi'-Worlti Inves- tigations, J -.Liquidations. Acsdia Building, Lethbridge Resident J, RITCHIE PATERSON, Aceoununt (Scot.) ;