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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHRRIDGE Y H E R A LD NSIEY' Not against fire but against misfi re --against defects due to faulty arrangement or design, or to poor quality of printing. tjf This insurance is yours without cost when your printing is done by The Herald. We insure you always againstmisfire. The Lethbridge Herald Job Printing Dept. Phone 1252 Ford and Dosia escape to the roof. Dr. Prothero and ttie uncle are kilted; Ford and tlie girl are rescued by the Tiro department, and tho-final picture is one oMove triumphant over and death. "JOHN BARLEYCORN" AT THE MAJESTIC TODAY AND TOMORROW All -LetHbridge Is expectantly await- ug the showing at the Majestic today and tomorrow of Jack London's re- markable work "John Barleycorn." the most widely discussed motion picture ot the day, it will ba a source of education and inspiration to all who avail themselves of the op- portunity presented by the Majestic nanogement. Jack London in nir story writes with an X-ray concealed in his pen. his denunciation of the liquor truffle is powerful anil almost yitrlolltic. It must not imagined that the story as told in the filmsMis one bit hysterical or far-fetched, for such is not the case. The groat ques- tion is handled in a fearless and sen- sible, manner.' Reserved seats are now selling -at the Hedley Drug Co. for evening per- formances, the'ladies of the W.C.T.V. also have a number, of tickets for.sale and seats'will also'be at-the theatre both afternoons and evenings. The daily matinees will commence iromptly at 3.00 and the evening.per- formance at S.30. CLEARING THE WAY IN THE DARDANELLES v Picture snows an English mine sweeper at work off Sadid Bahr at the entrance of the Dardanelles. FRENCH CRUISER VIC VICTIM OF AUSTRIAN MINE FABIOLA AN IMPRESSIVE DRAMA St. Awes m the lorelieat figure among the maidten martyrs of. the 4th .century. The-part she takea in lie drama Faiiola and in the ptychol- fljfcal development ot Us leading liaroino testifies not only, to .the thor- ough ledge her Hfe and early .Cnriitian history in general, but also to the literary genius ot the great Irirt cardinal who ia the author of Fabiola. Agnes is a character unique in the dramatic line. She' ia indateribsAle, inore of heaven than of earth. Fol- lowing her part with close attention you teel, as- it were, removed' from thU world, ralwd abore tie earthly turmoil of strife and passion, trans- ported into the world beyond the iltari where everyone pure and in- noocnt Inhales the celestial ether of (Jed's preience, full joy and; happi-' nM8 The unique impression might well described in the words of one -wno witnessed a performance of Fab- lola Uia senaatoin of such irresistible Bwwtneas that after the closing acane one to awaken once more to a sense of tale earthly life's reality. If dramatical art had for its ob- to bring before us the noble deeds of heroes of the past, the drama -JIakipJa, tnrough auch characters as Agnes, will doubtlessly accomplish ite (pod end It the sllent'.wish in heart, "Oh.'tliat I had ,been.priv- to live In those great days, a contemporary of the heroes and hero- inM of eaily'Christianity MILLION" AT THE EMPRESS The management are able to offer u unnmaUy good program this even- fef, the pnuoiple attraf'ion in the ftcturea being, of course, tlie cele- brated aucceen, "The under the direction of Henry W Ktragc, ky the Famous Film Comptny, with Bdward Ablw In the lead "TtK Million" waa eat at tin! moat noeeistul plays of Uw Kaara at the tint of its produc- titat, and ia inatMt jbramount ylecnn v> fai inowu in a TnanhooHr special, is a drama with a moral, while "A' Busy Day" with Keystone Mabel, is a scream, as is any comedy wnich Mabel has anything to do -with. The quartette, who have grown so rapidly in popularity with tha' theatre going public, will again be in attendance, and an extra added vaudeville, attraction for this wee! has been secured in Stauffer and Vine, in their original song and dance sketches. This can ibe recommended as the best show ever seen in Leth- bridge. THE ORPHEUM Complete change awaits the thea- tre-goers at the popular play house Monday. The. Sherrahs, colored mus- ical team wit.li old darlty jokesf banjo and guitar .selections, are very clever.. San Kike Herman, the Hebrew comedian, is .pliying a return engage- ment. This popular performer .has won the hearts of people of bridge vUory, and Truit Work, InVw- tlEatUni, Llquldationa. Aeadla Resident o j. R.ITCHIE MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 014 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 12liS Sixth Avenue. Office hours Office Phone 319: Residence 1090. DP. Eye. Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341. Re- Lideuce ii93. DENTAL 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. Phono DR. U. T. (successor to Drs. Courtica uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Maodonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alia. DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hig- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Ens.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.a. 1900. Hours; 9-12; J-5. Offlce: S-8 Klgin- hotlism Block. PIANO TUNING L. N. been tuning for Mason Risch over a year and half. They would not have me .tune thoir pianos if my work were riot absolutely perfect. If you want your piano tuned and. voiced pro- perly, give me a trial. Leave ord- ers at the store. Phone 791. L. N. HOOKETT. AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and 'arm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson fur- niture Co., 404 13th St. N. Phono 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town office at the Lethbrldge-Wey- burn Realty Co. Phone 1173. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquird for cniota- 'tions. Storage space for rent. Frosi proor basymeiii for perIshable Hyde Saunders. Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE ond Retail Dealers in. all kinds of Timothy, Al- :faKa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed.- M. McMahoh and C. McClcnaghah, '2nd Ave. South; Phono 496, Lethbridge, Alberta. I'll ask' thousands of peobe' called for and delivered. VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canizing specialists, produce work In auto tire repairing ot all'kinds 'and guarantee their work. B. Chap- lin Son, props., old Sportlbg Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Me NaWs- Saddlery. Business Opportunities FOR buys hilly equip- ped barber shop, very central and ;ood business. Reason for selling, jhange of occupation -for health. 'A snap. Apply Box 31, Herald. 106-24 TO room nouse, corner of 2nd Ave. and Stll St. S., equipped with gas. suitable for lodging house.- Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply G. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Bldg., 3rd Avenue S.; Phone 1325.________' TO 13th SL S., 8 roomed house, modern, newly, decorated, good garden. Apply at once to Arthur Hayr; 6th St. S. LAND FOR SALE TO o. Stmthcpna Court, 4th Ave. S., fully gas: "equip- ment. Apply C. ll. Bowman Agency, Phone 1325. TO house, modern conveniences, rent moderate; close to centre of city; one of beat residences in city; none but responsible parties need Herald. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE HATCHING EGGS FOR wheat, oats and 'otatoes. Also hay in stack aiid. a few teed oats. W. H. Pawson, phone R 207 Coaldale. EGGS for hatching, from pure-bred and bred to lay "Butt Orpintons, R.C. Rhode Island .Reds, White Rocks, per 100, stocv for sale; 10 acre irrigated tract to rent; ?3 00 per acre, or will sell Holmes, 222 EGGS FOR now on a lim ited supirty of pure-bred single comb Rhode Island Red .eggs, .ier set- tIng._Apply'1324 4th ave. N.; phone 476. EGGS'FOR Wyandotte eggs at half price. After May 15th I will supply eggs- from my prize. win- Dine pen-containing 1, 2, S, and 4. pul- lets and-'2nd prize cock, at Lethbridge 1914 show for jl.BO per setting. Also Buff Orpington eggs at per set ting. Wyatt, Diamond City. Plione Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A call to number., will bring a Prompt Response for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coal; Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. or 15 heavy teams. Prefer voung mares, price must 'be rleht Apply C. S. Noble, Nobleford, or" phone 16IJ7, Lethbridge, 123-0 a bargain, one Na- tional cash register, practically new, twenty-seven keys, tape connection. Original cost, 5125.. For cash at Apply Uox 17, 'Herald Office. -108-21 to. sell a young horse, 3 years.old, broken to saddle; will sell 50, Herald Of- fice. germina. tion test It's, good, it's rip- ened, it's clean; it's for lale at ?8.50 per 100 lb sack; lots less than 100 Ibs, 9c per ID. John McD. Davidson, Coaldate, FOR seed ?vheat, oata, flax and western rye grass. The Nobla Foundations, Ltd., PROPERTY FOR SAI.E ffie Cartage Co. Office at'Elite'Cigar Store. King Edward Transfer 6B2 OFFICE OTTVS BARBER SHOP ANY PART OF CITY, 26c All Tranafer Work and Coal Order. Solicited 4 roomed cottage on 12th street A. S., 24x24, with base- ment 10x16; cheap; terms. Apply Box 32.Herali MISCELLANEOUS WANTS single 'buggy, must rheap and In good condition. Write, .tating price to Box 111-x A canoe, good condition. Write Box '21, 'stating price, L Two steamer ffuSks in good condition. Apply, .giving par- ticulars to Box. 45, Herald, office., 185-3 large cameo-broOCM'. Flni- er will be rewarded- 'by leftvlng at Herald Office. reward [or .recovery of one light gray mare, a years, bl'd, .branded VX on left tliigh, aiid right shoulder; 'weight 'around Notify Base Bros. TqbejyAlta.; dtiTSt. and 2nd Ave. S. and 18th St. and 1st Ave. N., 1 auto crank. Please return to 32b lltli St. S. liM-C THIS PAGE GOES AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. 'CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE 'DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN: SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. ;