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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGB TWO THE LETHBRIDGB DAItY HERALD .TUESDAY, MAY OASS] WATCH THEM EVERY DAT Readers Investigate "Wanf Ads That Give Interest- ing Facts, T IS from the wording of your "want" ad that the buyer gets his mental picture, of what you'haye to' sell; that the boarder gets his image of the lodgings you have to offer; or that the employer visualizes the kind of sen-ice you will be able to render. No one will give, your proposition credit for having merits you do not mention. Omit any point and the readers will usually conclude that it is lacking. Two-ads. may be written about the same piece of property; yet there can be no ques- tion but the one with complete details is the one which will attract trie greatest amount of. attention from prospective" buyers. -In at least-riine "will investigate the proposition about which they know the main facts in advance; and will pass by the offer which gives no conception the. ad- vantages of the place advertised, _i'..... It makes little difference whether the picture is drawn with pen and ink. or .with words. In either case it is the giving of details which en- courages investigation and the omission of de- tails which discourages advertiser who you definite picture has this marked advantage: The person who inquires about the proposition knows in advance nearly what is being offered, and When he looks you up he is .practically 'ready to do business. small additional sum that you pay for a well-rounded-out "want" a'd in The Herald is not an is simply an investment in assured results. :.e. THRILLING WILD ANIMAL COMING TO MAJESTIC MONDAY A parly of headed by Edward A. 'Salisbury, a noted Ihuiitar and sportsman, recently penetrated the western wilds for.the purpose of recording with a. inovlnj picture cam ara the tost disappearing wild life. Jlr. Salisbury and his party spent three years in tho wilderness along tho Pacific coast, and upon his return to civilization has exhibited pictures that havo proved the sensation of tho moving picture world. One, in partic- ular, showing the capturing alive of a ferocious mountain lion by Indians 15 worthy of special mention. This thrilling scene, considered the most remarkable picturu secured of the capture of a wild animal Is faith- fully recorded in the "Salisbury Wild Ma !or two days.'Startlrig'neit-' Monday.' There will be three performances daily, one at 3, 4.30 and 8.30, and the prices will he 15 and 25 cents for. nights, with 10 and 15 cents, for the matinees. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME AT THE EMPRESS For some unknown reason, the films or "The which had been scheduled for Wednesday and Thurs- lay, were received yesterday, and will be shown again this evening. Mar- guerite Clark, .the fascinating little actress, who had the lead in "The also has the lead in "The Crucible." This is one of the great- sat of the Paramount series, and is i he story of the struggles of a young girl against greut odds, with her final triumph over difficulties. Both the settings and the acting are in a class by themselves, and leave nothing- to be desired. Other 'pictures are a two-part Thanhouser 'special, and ''A Busy a scream, where the Key- stone girl runs amuck at the carnival, i causin- all sorts of excitement. Stauf-' fer Vine will give their original song and dance sketches, which made a hit last night One of the members of the Lyric Quartette was .unexpectedly called away last nigbf. consequently-'these popular singers will not be heard un- til next week. It is now expected that the films for I "The Million" will be shown tomorrow j and Thursday. A REAL THRILLER The Stariand programme last night was one of unusual interest and ex- citement. "The Lost the .first of the four-reel Mutual 'Master pic- tures, was certainly one big success, commanding Interest from the open- ing to the startling c'iimax, and tho crowded house last night voted it as being one of the very best features ever witnessed in Lethbridge. "Slippery Slim" and "The -Perfumed provided the comedy ele- ment, and a one-reel drama, "The Gold concluded the bill. The two machines are in operation, and that absence of waiting between reels ii entire'iy done away with, which adds fifty per cent more enjoyment to the night's outing. An exceptionally strong programme be on tap for tomorrow and Thursday, the features of which will be the second episode of "The Black and another three-reel Broad- way star feature, Sage; Brush and .coupons..for one hundred votes in the pony contest will -be giv- en with every ticket. BARLEYCORN" IS WELL PRESENTED An appreciative audience, which comfortably filled the Majestic last night, witnessed the first showing of Jack London's welWtnown story "John and were unanimous in their praise of the excellence of the production. Such pictures are indeed a credit and a valuable asset to the motion picture Industry, and great praise must he given the producers' or' "John Barleycorn" for the fearless manner in which they have handled the subject. affords a pro- fitable evening's enjoymen't, and will be shown again tonight for the last time in Lethbridge. THE ORPHEUM Roars of laughter will, he heard .at the popular playhouse tonight when the extra added attraction, the mush- eating contest, is shown. This unique contest Is one o'f the funniest things ever shown on the stage. Eight kids take part, and to see these blind-fold- ed youngsters feed others simttarly blind-folded will sides with laughter. The cojored-entertainers, rahs, with old darkey plantation fforjgs, were greeted with much applause. The little Hebrew comedian. San Kike Her- ;man, with his original monologues, was encored times. "FABIOLA" A'-SQtDIER'S DRAMA j The most the male 'characters of the Roman drama "Fa- to be staged in St. Basil's aud- itorium, -May 13 and. 14 is Sebastian, the commander of the-Impsrisl Guard, He is the Ideal model of a soldier, who la true to the end both to king and country, and to God. Though not the leading figure in the drama, he is at hand wherever the poor and weak look for a protector and friend, where- ever truth alid justice oalU for a dauntless champion. When, after a career of. valor and King Edward Transfer PHONB M2 OFFICF. OTT'8 BARBER SHOP TRUNKt PART OR CITY, 2Se All Trantftr Work Orelirt Sellelttd Martin's Baggage Trarisftir Phone1386 Cartful Preinpt gtrvlcr Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYINQ TRUNKS AND FURNITURE M'MOVED 4os Firth one 632 VACANT; Capable! jlcl lor genornl housework. -Apply.. 1507 "4th -A vc. S. strut South. Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A Ml 1 to thic number will.bring a Prompt Response for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coil, Woou, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hsy and Grain. The City. Cartage Co. Office at Elite Cigar Store. WANT ADS __ Men aria womon Mo loam tho barber trada: wagw while Ine; looln f umtahsd, Eraduatos make big money. Catalogue f reo. Moler Barber. Collage. C04-A Centro. Sttoot. Calgary, Alta. LAND FOR SALE KOR a.bargain, 1110 acres of land.; also .'mi, Icuso.on sumo; within four miles of tho. Vomnost well will sell laud or least separ- ately: Apply C. S. Harrow, llux '177, or cilllcc of Lclhbrlilgo Laundry Co., Mil. 121-0 FOR Tlic N. E. I of ewtlon township 1, range 12, west of tho meridian, H5 acres under cultiva- tion, iill fenced. Deer Creek runs through plucc, no buildings. Price SROO. Kor pnrtieulars apply 'r. C! Foster. Laird, Mont. 133-G TO RENT i- i TO RENT !f. Nicely furnlahod rooms In fully inodorn .huuso In a very central locality. Light hoimo- hooping privileges given and tonlis reuBonii-blo. Apply 803 Gtll Avenue South. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO 4 roomed cottage, fully modern, 512 Uixlli Avo. South. Will Apply FOR SALE Motorcycle for sale, i KOU KENT Six roomed, modern twin cyciimler, chain drive, with tan- house, 832 it'ii St. S., to Jem attachment, guaranteed excellent good temiaut. Apply to K. V. Gih- _______condition. Will soil for cash .or easy lions Co. I'hoiie Balmoral rooms 'payments. Trial run arranged any Hloek. 124-B FJJftNISHED.............. ill. conveniences, gat. Terms, reason-i evening. Box 38 Herald. oats ami TO trout bedroom potatoes. Also hay in stack and in fully modern houoe, for few feed'oats. W.'H. Pawson, phone Uth st. S. TO bedrooms, furnished, with uaa of dining room, light house- keeping; modern house; rent moder- charity, he Is at last summoned before he tribunal of th Maxiiuian. he proves pagan autocrat business gentleman. Board If re- i quired. Use of phone. 327 'Hth St. 3., Phono 1507. FURNISHED KOOMS-Central locii- tion, modern, nicely furnished, with or .without light housekeeping facili- ties at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, room 3, Union Bank building. 122-6 ti< 207 Coaldalc. or young mnr JJ23-4 T0 modern dwelling, tennis connections; 211 10th st. S.; ,U t..: I nartly furnished, if. W. Dowuur, Victoria Mansions, or Agency, TO line, with tulepho per TO a goofl room with modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. Business Opportunities FOR buys fully equip- pefl barber shop, -very central and good business. Reason for selling, change of occupation for health. A snap. Apply Bos 31, Herald. 106-24 brown 510 bill. Finder return to 536 8th St. S. and receive reward. idvocate and defender of the Christ- large cameo 'brooch. Ian faith. His noble answer to Max- imian, the pagan emperor, who accus- and cowardice, ed him of treason comes right from the overflowing Find- er will be rewarded by leaving; at Herald Office, 4th St. and 2nd Ave. heart of a Christian.soldier, and can- not faii to produce an impression last- ing for life. S. anil 18th St. and 1st Ave. N., 1 auto crank. Please return to 336 3th St. S. 121-G horse, 3 years old, broken to saddle: Connnught Mansion! will sell 50. Herald Of-1 oilers nt moderate rental a very dc- floe G jsinihlc small furnished housekeeping suite for couple only. 1'rivntc veran- seed; gcnuum- ami, tion test it's good, it's well rip-. uic Victoria Man- cned, It's clean; Its for sale ut Vve phone 830. per 100 Ib sack; lots less than 100 i 120-0 Ibs 9c per Ib. John McD. Davidson, Coaldalo Alta TO room House, corner ol Slid Ave. and Sth St. S., equipped with gas. suitable for lodging house. FOH Clean seed wheat, oats, f (lax and western rye grass. The Moblo I ije.iSOnabIo rent to satisfactoir ten- Foundations, Ltd., Notileford, Alta. imt. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. SALE OR EXCHANGE____ FOR SALE or Exchange for cattle, or colts, a heavy team of horses. Ap- ply Jos. Atcninson, Noble, South. 12G-G Acadia Bld'g., 3rd 1323. Avenue S.; Phono TO St. S., S'roomed house, modern, newly decorated, good garden. Apply nt once to Arthur Hayr. (itli St. S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR SA.LE OR high class Jack for sale or will ex- change, preferably for horses. Hi; good bo seen at the farm' Noble Foundation. Co., Ltd., Noble- ford, IFOR SALE on c. lands, In the celebrated TO j Strathcona Court, 4th Ave. S., fully modern, gas equip- ment. Apply C. B. Bowinan Agency. Phone 1S25. Fruit Tobbaco Plains near" Flagstone, B. C., climate 'ideal. For information apply Leth- brldge-Weyburn Realty Co.. Ltd., 12G2 1st Ave. Soutll. W -0 MASSAGE SUPERrLOUS' HAIH REHOVED- K.M. HolrnM graduate of tho Pennsylvania Ortno- pffidlc Institute, Medical Massase and Gymnastics Electrt- eal Vibratory and Therapeutic Uo--- Electrolysis and Snad- nootog Treatment. pointmeut only. Room 1. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem1! Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special ratea giv- en on application. 1224.7th Avenue South. Phone 746._______________. DR. W. 3. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 'Sixth Avenue. Offlee hours Office Phone 319; Residence 109Q. DP. Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours sveaings by ap- pointment. Phonfi: Offico 341, Re- sidence 593. UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and Embalmer; also jigent for the Somervtlle Marble Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561 Reil- dence 2S4 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER t FUN- EHAL 3rd Ave. 3. Phone 1803. Open night and day. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. 'Hon- ours Certificate -MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leadins musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South._______ CLEANING AND DYEING 6th St. S, opposite the Herald, are specialists in chera- 'ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair- ing and altering our specialties. Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston. 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forms.sent to out of town PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th ..Avenue North. MEDICAL DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate ot Royal College of Dental Surgeon: Toronto. and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Room- 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1171 ES. U. T. (successoi to Drs. Courtioe uate University of Maryland..Room? 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone Alta. DRS. MARRS AND t Successors to Drs. Stewart aisu: Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig- Inbotham Block. Ph'ono 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Sury-onj (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College rt Physicians (London.) L.D.3. 1900 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: s-S Kigin- botham Block. IN RESIDENCE PROPERTY IN EXCHANGE FOR CLEAR TITLE LOTS ON WATER AND SEWER; STATE LOCATION AND NUMBER OF ROOMS IN HOUSE; ALSO VALUE OF PRO- PERTY AND AMOUNT OF EQUITY. BOX 1043, LETHBRIDGE. 122-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS single ''Dugst, iheap'and in good condition. Wrlto, price to Bos 7, Herald.- 1'11-x: canoe, good condition- TO house, modern conveniences, rent moderate; close to centre of city; one of best residences in ciry; none but responsible parties need 25, Herald. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR 4 roomed cottage on 12th street A. S., 24x24, with base- ment 16x16; cheap; terms. Apply Box 32 Herald. HATCHING EGGS EGGS FOR Wyandotte eggs at half price. After May 15th I will supply eggs from my prize win-, nfng 'pen containing 1, 2, 3. and pul- Write Box. 21, Herald, stating price. rats'and'2nd prize Letllbridgo W steamer trunks in 1914 show for per setting. Also good Apply, giving pnr- Buff Orptagton_ ?1.00 ,rt. ticulars to Box 45, Herald office. 125-3 ting. Wyatt, Diamond City. AUCTIONEER W. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted .on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm salea a specialty. Office at the Wilson nitur? Co., 404 13th St. N. 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town office at the Lethbrldge-Wey- burn Reilty Co. Phone 1173. HAY, GRAINj FEED BALED HAY Oats, thoroughly -cleaned, high germina- tion test. Peed of all kinds, Car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage space .for rent. proof basement for perishable fcoods. Hyde Saimders. Phone 1244.' P. O. Box 112. I Need A TRAINED WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO-! DUCE and Retail! Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- j falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. i McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phono 106, Lethbridge, Alberta. Shoe Repairs. FRANK -Un Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will foe called for and delivered. W. A. HENDERSON t COY. Uthbrldgt Hit Wlr.nlptfl Chartered Accountants Accountancy In ail braiichei; Secretarial, Ad- vliory, Systematizing, and Truit Work, Ucationi, Building, Ltthbridft Rtildint B. RITCHIE Accountant VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul: canizing specialists, produce worli in auto tire repairing of all kinds arid guarantee their work. E. Chap- lln Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Mc- NaKb's Saddlery. PAGE GOES TO PRE89 AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M, CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE SERTION THE SAMt CAY AS ORDERED. "Yes I'm sorry, too, that you cannot fill the position, bnt what a neei is a TRAINED man who thoroughly undentandi no other position hundreds appli- cants now oa the list waiting for the little jobs. This position celll f or a TRAINED man.' Good day." That's it. There's a big sail for the trained roan Who can handle the'bijj man who is an -You .can easily receive the training that will, in tire class men. You can't 'begin to under-' stand how quickly the little coupon below will bring yo.u -'success. .Already it has helped thousands of men to better .paying positions and more congenial work. It wijlcost-yba only a.'tkpicent stamp to learn how it. Just mark the coupon as directed and mailit The Inter- 'national Correspondence Schools have a way'.'tb help you. 'During last year over students voluntarily JeT ported better positions and higher salaries secured through T. C. S. training. To only this small per- centage of our student body there was; b'rought in- creased salaries amounting iir'bhe yea'r to over Two Million. Dollars! Don't fill a little job all your life you can so easily, move up in the world. The Bnsiness of This Place b to Raise Salaries NW line la: I International Correspondence SchooiS Box 888, Scrsnton, Pa. pl.ln. lutthel ohllBallfn 8t mr oilUo., Window Trimming Commetciillllodnt... AichllectunlOtnlM. Cbemiit fSpinlib T. J. GrifflHis, District Manager 409 5th South, Secohil Floor Alberta ;