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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LET HURT DCS HERALD AT STARLAND The much advertised serial "The Black will make its appcar- iince at Slarland tonight. Proclaim- ed by the world-wide press and pub- lic as being absolutely the greatest serial ever written and produced on Hie moving picture screen, patrons are advised to roll up and see this lirst episode. In conjunction with the "lilauk Box" the feature, "Under- neath the Paint" with Helen Gard- ner, ot Cleopatra fame in the leading role, will positively be shown to- night. A comedy entitled "Easy Money" and an exceptionally strong bill in the entertaining line will be presented. ORPHEUM HAS GOOD MID-WEEK BILL By far the best all-round programme which has been offered Orpheum natrons -will be seen today, when an entire change of -bill will be Hailed as the classiest dancing act ever seen here, the Dancing Vernons Lave scored an immense hit, anad wfll again appear at each performance to- night in an offering of the newest society dance crazes, including the famous fox trot. Closely rivalling the celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Castle, the Vernons present the fox trot in an authentic and pleasing manner. Other acts on the bill tonight will include Chajincey Ireland, the singing Irishman, and the "Strong Boys' con- test. .The latter Is the istsst mirth tirovoker offered by the Orpheum man- agement, and will surely be the means of raising a hurricane of laughs. A. number of pleasing photo-plays be offered, including the three- reel feature "False and two real comedies. "JOHN BARLEYCORN" AT MAJESTIC NEXT MONDAY Jack London's startling indictment of the liquor traffic, "John Barley- is meeting with the most en- thusiastic approval from the critics in Calgary, where the films are being shown'all this to large audiences in the magnificent Grand Theatre. The story has a tremendous vogue, and is a fascinating portrayal-of Jack London's :own life. It ran. as a serial in the Saturday Evening Post, beiore it was published in .book form, and created a furore of interest as the most powerful condemnation ot.tne traffic. With the question of prohibition being so widely discussed, it is evident that the presentation here of the picture version is more than "Reserved seats for tie evening show- ings will go on sale at the Henley i Dm- CO. tomorrow. There will only be one showing- each evening com- mencing at 8.30. A daily matinee will also be given. "THE ROSE OF THE RANCHO" AT THE EMPRESS The feature at tie Empress tonight will be the magnificent drama "Tne Rose of the by David Bel- asco and Richard Walton Taller, with the popular actress Bessie Barriscale and a special cast. Mr. _Belasco one of the most successful o: playwrights and associated wuh the Lasky Feature Play.Co., and ms con- is a guarantee of excellence, both in staging and acting Tiestory dates tact to 18oO when the Washington government decreed 'M California ranches must be registered, and many of the Spanish owners refused. Bands of claim jump- ers 'roimed over the country, seizing laads, and the Washing- ton government hire Kearney, a secret agent, to investigate. On iis way to old Monterey te meets Juamta, tie BE PRETTY! TURN GRAY HAIR- BARK Lookyounj! tell if you uu Orindmother'i simple recipe of Tea and Sulphur. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly com- pounded, brings back the natural col or and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or graj, also ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops falling hair. Yeari aeo the only way to get this rolltara was to make It at home, is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur you will get a large bot- tle of this famous old recipe for about 60 centa. Don't svay gray! Try it! No one can posnibly tell that you darkened your hair, u it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft crush, with it and draw this Military and Heavy Draft Horses Wanted For Canadian Government RIDING HORSES Au'e. rising 5 to 10 years. Height, 15.1 to 15.3 Hands. Weight, 1050 to 1250 Pounds. ARTILLERY HORSES Age. rising 5 to 10 years. Height, 15.2 to 10 Hands. Weight, 1350 1550 rounds. COLOURS BAYS, BROWNS, BLACKS, CHESTNUTS, BLUE ROANS, RED ROANS.. NO LIGHT'GREYS OR WHITES. 7 V REQUIREMENTS "All horses in at least fair condition as to flesh, sound, free from or vice; broken to-harness and saddle horses to ride. Heavy ili'ait horses weighing1 up to pounds suitable for artillery and transport will be purchased. Such horses must have good shoulders, deep in the girth and back ribs, short backs well ribbed up aufl active. Horses with white strips in face will not be rejected. Horses suitable lor officers' chargers will be purchased. These must be solid color, good conformation, well broken and have good manners, height 15.1 to 16 hands, weight 1050 to 1250 pounds. Horses must have quality, be free walkers and move straight, neck reined horses preferred. A. D. McRAE, Lieut. Col. Chief Commissioner for Remounts .for the .West. BURGLARY INSURANCE FOR Your Residence or Protect Younelf Against Burglary Housebreakins and Larceny (Theft) W. A. Levitt Box 518. House 4th Ave S. ICE Delivered -Dally TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. i Jno. Brodie Horses will be inspected by Mr. B. S. Mitchell, Government Remount Officer. Lethbridge, Wednesday, May 19 ftpnts Wanted Hail Insurance We want live agents for The Fanners' .Mutual Hail Associa- tion of Iowa, at Now Dayton, Magrath, Wrentham, Burdette, Grassy Lake, Foremost, Retlavv. This Company paid more losses to the farmers in Alberta In 1914 than the five other largest companies doing business, at a cost to the farmers of only six per cent. Write or see us at once. M- P. JOHNSTON CO. Alberta 'Block P. O. Box 264 Lethbrige LAND FOR SALE FOR a bargain, HiO acres ol laud also oil lease on same within four miles ot the Foremost well; will sell laud or lease separ- atelv. Apply C. S. Farrow, Box -177, or office ot Lethbvidgc IFOH good torty-acre 1 tracts in Minnesota. Terms two dol- I lars down, balance nine etiual annual payments, iutsrest 6 per cent. Good roads, schools, churches, neighbors and paying creameries, No drought, average' rainfall over thirty inches. Will srow splendid crops of clover or i alfalfa. Might consider trades tor i Lethbridge improved property. Apply iBox 30, Herald Office.______122-1 FOR" of land: also oil lease on same; will sell land or lease C. S. Farrow, Box 477, Lethbridge, or office of Lethbridge Laundry Co.. Ltd. thoiuandt of pee- nle If they have found tin heirloom or jewel that you have loci. WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1915 SALE OR EXCHANC! high claaa.JlWlt.'or.fiiilo or will h.orson. Hit [iood Btoel? can bo suon at tho farm. Noblo Foundation Co., Ltd., Noble- ford, Alia. 85-0 OH C, Fruit, lands, In Ilia eeloljmtod Tohbnco Plainii near Flagstone, B. C., cllmato ideal. Foi1 Information apply Lotli-.. bddse-Woyburn Itonlty "Co.. 1202 1st Avo. South. TO BENT The very first thing to do whon you've lost any- thing, o' found any article of value, Is to send word to the Wants. Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area of the most fer- tile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and oasy terms, ranging from 111.00 to 530.00 for farm lands with ample lands from down; balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm (buildings, etc., up to also re- payable in twenty years. Here is your i opportunity to increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON, Ben'l Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA OR WILSON SKEITH Agents Lethbridge, Alberta li'J Da Forest 25 Words. 26 cents an Insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST Bt.PAID IN ADVANCE. callable maul, lor light housework and to assist -with care of children; references requir- ed; will be required to sleep at home; 711) lltli Bt. 3. SITUATIONS VACANT TO RENT Nicely furnished rooms I" fully modern, II'PUM 'Iu n very central locality. Light house- keeping privileges -'given .and terms reasonable. Apply S03 (Kb Avenue South. Ox TO bedrooms, f.nrnisned. with use of dining room, light house- keeping; modern house; rent moder- 1-lth.Bt. .S. ________120 ox TO modern with sns connections; 211 10th st. S.; partly furnished, if F. W. Downer, Victoria Mansions, oi- C. B. Iloivmau Agency, Acadia blilg.: 'phone 13M. TO eight-room Iiouse, MO IIth street south; This is. all exceptionally good Iiouse, .bcautir" fullv rent reasonable, pos- session at once. U. B. McCarty. 130-6 FOR modern, house, well furnlBlied, with .use of piano; rent very moderate to right live. S. to do general iiouse work on farm G miies out; fami'iy.Call at 044 3th st. S. Can ada's part in the great conflict. Splen or apply 131S Cth. Connaught Mansions offers at moderate rental n very lie-' sirable small furnished housekeeping suite for couple only. Private veran- dah, gas range, free laundry and phone Apply at the Victoria Man- sions Ave. S. Phone 036. 120-0. nd-i'i nitrt ill tile Krear connici. adly muVmted8 Only one dollar. Hlg TO REN'T-A fully mo.dern monW maker.. Unusualb' 1-bera. cd furntsW house, biU- maKOr nucmi ;uu luiuiiiiii.ii Sample book and Instructions', ated on Sixth Ave. between 11 tli and Winston Co., Toronto. Xo 110 13th St. Apply Box 20 Herald. U7-0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS term! free. ana women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn- ing- tools furnished, graduates make bis money. Catalogue free. Motor Barber College, Centro Street. Calsary. Alta. "WANTED One Builder or Hardware Merchant Apply K. D. in Lethbridge can make big nioL'ey! Hallk by acting as our representative, iiig "Perfection System" all-steel TQ room nouse, corner of 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S., equipped with gas. suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. Bids., 3rd Avenue- S.; Phone FOIt modern house !3th St. south. Rent S12.50 per ,1 ohnson at Mol- 100-0- MASSAGE MEDICAL rose of the Castro ranch, and falls in ove wltb her. He learns of plans to -aid the Castro ranch, and persuades uanita to secure the necessary pa- lers; which he rushes to the registry iffice, and returns in time to take part n Juanitft's .betrothal feast. He de- ays the raid on the Castro ranch un- i! the arrival of the military, and the play" ends with Kearney anil. Jusnia n the Padre's garien. There will be other.spod films.. HAZEN UNDERGOES OPERATION 'Montreal, if ay J. D. Hazen, minister of Marino Fisheries -and Naval Affairs, underwent an opera- tion at the Royal .Victoria .Hospital yesterday afternoon. The operation "was entirely successful, .and Dr. A. E. Garrow, who performed it, expects that ilr. Hazen will be able to leave the hospital within two weeks. 5UPERFLOUS HAIR" Mi" .K.M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- psdie Institute, Medical. Mj-ssago and Gvmnastlcs EJectri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic IJgni Treatments. Electrolysis and Snam- pooing-Treatments given -pomtment only. Room 1. Hul. Volunteers Were With Highland Brigades Supposed to be Annihilated King Edward Transfer PHONE 652 OFFICE OTT'S BARBER SHOP TRUNKS MOVED', ANY PART OF CITY, 25c All Tranafer Work and Coal Ordera Solicited hair disappears, and after another ap- plication or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy. SHERLOCK BUILJDmO OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. up to date building In the Coolest rooms in Bummer. Fire and wind-proof conitruc; tion Elerator aervice every aay oi year from 8 a-m. to 10 p.m Running water in all suites. .Gas installation for dpmeitlc Furalahing arrangement. All tnqulrlM M the building any alivator bell In Fernie, B.C., May to the anxiety- is felt here regarding the fata of the 16th High- land Battalion, Canadian division, reported to have surrendered or neen killed, when cut off from the main'line at the'Yprea battle.- Be- tween 40 and of Fernie's volunteers are known to have been with this di- vision, from which no definite news is obtainable. Bank staff; James Osborne, and D. M. Mitchell are reported wounded in the same engagement. D. M. Mitchell as lately a law clerk In the office of This is a heavy toll from the to'wn of Fernie in one battle. The first con- composed of 51 men, and :ha loss of nearly all of these makes a great and sorrowful inroad upon our quota in the war. Col; -Vim: of Vancouver rived'in'-town-frSii-CtiBbrocik last and itnl Jloffatt. :aiid for the recruiting ol the battalion, which is to be raised at once anil sent forward. Captain R. D. of Cranbrcok is here in company with the other officers. The tranquility of the town was dis turied last night by some Italians, who were making a noise on the j streets, and Constables Kiilam and i Dooley ran them in, and they are to appear before Magistrate Wblmiter; in the morning to answer to a charge of disorderly conduct. GERMAN GENERAL KILLED Amsterdam, Way dispatch re- ceived'here from Berlin that General Hiiso von SMenitz has been kincti on tiie battlefield. Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED w Fifth Phone 632 Street South. PRIVATE. HOSPITAL 'RIVAl .-Haarlem-a Private Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 ith Avenue South. Phone 746. T S ;Funeral Director and Embalmer, iiBent for the Somerville Marble t Oranite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone: Ml dance "281 7th Ave. Phone 1176. Open day and night DR. W. S. Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2 3; p.m. Oflice S14 Third Avenue. Pbone 1253. OR. 103 Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours S.30. Office Phone 318; Residence 1090. DP. Bye. Noss and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10 12; 2 5; evenings by ap> pointment. Phones: Office 3-11, Re- sidence S93. portable buiMiugs. Shipped ready to set un can 'oe erected by anyone. Fireproof, handsome, portable. The only cheap, durable buildings that can lie 'erected within first class fire lim- its of any city. Garages from 10x12 up at from delivered to your customer. Also stores, warehouses, filling stations, motion picture atres, ings "erected in Winnipeg. not DENTAL iu loth St. S., S.roomeil house, modern, newly decorated, gooi' garden. Apply at once to Hayr, St. S. Arthur MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR a bargain, 'One Na- tional cash register, practically twenty-seven keys, tape connection. 3IUOr. A1SO StOleb, LWCn 0} RUJ uul'i' uj stations, motion picture the-'Original cost S135. F.or casiiat ,.500. i cottases, in fact anytlunE that! AnnU-'Dnx 17, Herald Office. IQjjH building. Hundred of Bentlev co.'s S Y. HURST, EMBALMER A FUN- ERAL Are. ,8. puono 1803. Open flay. 43 0 PIANO. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT. ,TUNER- Flayer-Piano and years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate England. Reference .to. the leM'JS musicians of the city.'-'.fhone libs. 1253 fith Ave, A DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone' DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. Hig- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collepe of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 1-5. Office: S-S Klgin- botham Block. CLEANING AND Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A call to number will bring a Prompt for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coil, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, ffemerit, "Hay "and Grain. THE 6th St, S., opposite the Herald, are specialists' in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair, ing and altering our specialties. Rig 'calls and delivers. Phone 1812. CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forms gent to out of town customers. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue North. a quantity sundry items. I Apply room StajjordJBloclf. 122-H Gold Coin Seed: Potatoes. Four miles north east of city. Phone Rural 102. Chaa. Glas_- FOP to 'sell a younK- _____________________________------jhorse 3 years old, to saddle; FURNISHED 50, Herald Of- tion, modern, nicely -furnished, with f (ce or without, light housekeeping tacili- i ties at reasonable rental. Miss Smith faAJA-One 0 Blj-k --------ipo ested parties. PERFECTION SYSTEM, STEEL. CONSTRUCTION 1319 Kennedy Building, Winnipeg. j No line, with telephone per month.-Apply 6.16 10th st. lvell rin PIANO TUNING L. N. been tuning for Mason Risch over a year and a half. Tiiej ivuiim not nave me tune their pianos if my -work were not absolutely perfect. If you want your piano tuned and voiced pro- perly, give me a trial. Leave ord- ers at the store. Phone 731. L. N. HOCKETT. AUCTIONEER W. L. and city Ijicensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terras. Live- stock and farm sales a Offlce-at the Wilson far- nitur-j Co., 404 13th St, N. 1023. Residence Phone'585. Down- town office at the Lethbridge-Wey- burn Realty Co. Phone 1173. room 3, Union fiitnk building. 122-6 >rca Cockerel and live pullets, laying so clucking beris. TO -Apply 61G 10th st. rip- For a gooa room with all d H, for sale'at iveniences, steam heat, ,b fe. ]ots .Ie36 than 100 ITlTlilT V l'C1 _. ..-IS n'icdern con.-------- ehowor baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. Ibs, 9c per Ib. John Uoaldale, Alta. western rye grass. Tho Noble FOR SALE-WOO buys fully Ltd., Alta. pcd barber shop, very central and _________ good business. Reason for chance oi occupation lor health. _ n. 1T___1.1 in FOR SALE-Malleable iron ranges, Jl MISCELLANEOUS WANTS for recovery of one must be light gray mare, 3 years old, branded cond1tlon; Write, VX on left thigh; and N- on right -'ew Herald. 111-x shoulder- weight around tatmg price to MITJUluui e ti_ -i in r 1 ,.f -L "11106 "EOOU UuTiUltlOn. case Reward. Finder please return to I 7th _ _ _ _____ Dark grey gelding, two years old, weight .1000 Ibs., branded SB. with bar. above, on right thigh. Re- ward. Address. Bert Protzman, ai- The City Cartage