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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915 MUBTIC Two mn MIHI Next Mon-Tues. May _ Life in America" SuNG-EXCITING-SSENEATIONAL-EDUOTIONAl Matinee., 10-15c; Nights, 25c 15c gallery A Mile a Minute Comedy ROUGH BUT ROMANTIC A THREE REEL BROAD- WAY STAR FEATURE The Sage Brush Girl STARLAND 2nd EPISODE OF THE BLACK BOX MORE THRILLING THAN EVER Last of The Little Old Ford ISC MEET ME AT THE EMPRESS Last Time Miss It EDWARD ABELES IN THE CELEBRATED FARCE SUCCESS THE MILLION The Best of the Humorous Paramount Pictures "3IAKIXG A LIVING" A VERY LIVELY KEYSTONE "OX THE TABLE TOP" Trouble for a Gst-Rich-Quick Gang A Big Hit Was Made Yestsrday by STAUFFEK AND TINE in their original Song and Dance Sketches, which they will repeat tohignt-Th. best act of the kind ever put on here. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY "The Mystery" STAUFFER and VINE in an entire programme. ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Picturet Country Store TONIGHT Unusual Prize, Value will be given away absolutely free. Beautiful'Silver Watsr Set as First Prize; oihers are: Bag of Flour, Groceries, etc. BIG EUROPEAN HIT Rita and Paul A Real Vaudeville Act Sam Kike Herman Hebrew ErtUrSsincr A Leaf in the Storm Powerful Three Act Drama Love and Electricity Screaming Comedy Farce SATURDAY CANDY MATINEE A bag of Candy will be given away to every child's ticket pur- chased. A large.box. of Choco- lates to adult holding the lucky number. Mat. 5-1 Oc Evening Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A cat! to this number will bring a Prompt .Response for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coai, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT The City Cartage Co. Office at Elite Cigar Stors. Cook for .small farm. Ap lily Mrs. J. A. Y. Kolil, pHono 11610 13S-11 _ ___ _ 13S-11 ActiycTreiwrgcUi1 women tu' represent Hie Spirclla Corset Co. Amilv II 1C, (late, Alcxamlru llotol. 129-3 general servant. 128-0 servant. 135-3 and Sco- Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Cireful and Prompt Servlea Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY GRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED 408 Fifth pllouc 633 Street South. Apply U17_7th Avi'.. S. A food, general Apply 031 9th St._S. __ Kvcryboily to buy I sell their furniture at the City I oild Iland_Slore, 406 12S-6 Capable Rirl 'or general Apply 150 housework. maid. 12B2 -Ith Avenue south. .S. "Apply una women to leurn the barber trade; wnges while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make i Me money. Catalogue- free. Molor Barter College. Centre Street. Calgary. Alta. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTEIM'osition iiy young 1 llii-'h school education and ciai training, experienced in practical Koundations, Ltil., Nublctord, Alta. TO KENT __ RENT. Nicely furnished rooms fullv modern liounii'lii-ii very central locality. house- liocpiUB privlleireii glvon and terms reasonable. Apply 'V Oth Avenue South. LAND FOB SALE a ImrKcUi. 1DU acres of land also oil lease on same: wltlmv'.four mllUB of the Km'cimist well 'will sell 'land or lease separ- ately. 'Apply C.'K. Farrow, llox 177, Ulhbriclgiv ot'lillico ot MISqKLLANEOUS FOR SALE daiiiiy. stove show cases, in splendid condition. City Sec- ond Hand Store, 'lull Sth St. S. I'JIl-ti l''0il Motorcycle for sale, twin cyclimler, clmin drive, with tan- dem attachment, ijnaranlccd excellent API condition. Will sell tut cash or 'easy c payments.. Trial run arranged any evening, liox -K Herald. -po or 15 heavy teams. win, llso o[ room, light house Prefer young marcs, price musl bo k ln_. rent moder- right. Apply C. S. Noble. Nolilcfoi'd, 14lh Bl. s. KOK KENT Six roomed modern house 832 7tli St. S.. reasonable to 'idinant. Apply to it. V Olh- llfil, llalniiirul 12-1-li bedroom's, furnished. _____________ man. FOR SAI. Clean seed wheat, oats, omme.r- 1 and western rye grass. _ The Noble office work can operate typewriter, references. Apply 1'honc 1272, P. O. Box 204. 120-6 HATCHING EGGS TO front bedroom in fully modern house, suitable for business gentleman. Board IE re- ciuireil. Use of phone. 327 llth St. S., Flione 1507. FOR SALE or Hxclmnsc for cattle, or colts, a. heavy team of horses. Ap- ply Jos. Atchinsou, Noble, South. TO room, on car line, with telephone connection; ?10 per 616 10th St. 103-ox TO a good room with all modern conveniences, ateam heat, shower batljs, plunge, etc., apply y. ii. C. A. FOR SALE high class Jack for sale or will change, preferably for horses. Hi! good stock can seen at the farm Noble Foundation Co.. Ltd., Noble- ford, Alta. EGGS FOR White Wyandotte eggs at half price. After Mar loin I will supply eggs from my prize win- ning pen containing 1, 2, 3. and 4 pul- and 9nd prize cock, at Lethbridge r, 1914 for 51.50 per setting. Also good business. Reason for selling, Buff Orpington eggs at 51.00 per set- Chang" of occupation for health A ting erald. 10 Business Opportunities FOR buys [ully equii> pcci barber shop, very central and Orpington eggs at per se- -VVvatt Diamond City. 25 snap. Apply Box 31, Herald. 10G-2! 100-0 SALE OR EXCHANGE TO 13th St. S.. 8 roomed house, modern, newly decorated, good garden. Apply at once- to Arthur Hayr. 6th St. S. FOR SALE OR C. Fruit lands, in the celebrated Tobbaco Plains near Flagstone, B. C.. climato ideal. For information apply Letlt- bridge-Weyburn Realty Co.. Ltd., 12G2 1st Are. South. Gf -0 large cameo brooch. er will be rewarded by leaving Herald Office. TO room house, corner o( 2nd Ave. ami Stli St. S.. equipped with gas suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant Apply C. D. Bowman Agency, Acadla Bids, 3rd Avemm S.; phono 1325. TO 5 Stnithcona Court, Uli S fully modem, gas "quip- mcnt. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, Phono 1325. R 4 roomed cottage on 12th street A. S.. 24x34, with base- ment ICxlii; cheap: terms. Apply Bos Si Herald. must uo top and in good condition. Write. ____1____ latins; nrice to Box 7, Herald. 111-x v VARIETY THE THEATRE FORMERLY THE BIJOU- Real Country Store tonight USEFUL 12 FIRST PBIZE, ONE 14 CARAT GOLD LADIES' RUBY AND PEARL OTHER USEFUL GROCERY AND TOILET ARTICLES. LAST TIMES TODAY "The Ordeal" THE MOST ARTISTIC WAR DRAMA EVER DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE FEATURE THAT WAS BANNED IN THE UNITED STATES 1QOO leet of screamingly fuimy Comedy 1000 ELEANOR YOUR POPULAR FAVORITE IN THE LATEST SONG SUCCESSES ALL ROADS LEAD TO VARIETY and his sweetheart onearth a gang of i get-rich-quick men and help the police i to get them. i Siauffer Vine scored another suc- cess last night, in their original song and dance sketches, which are rapid- ly growing in popularity. No one should miss this, the best act of tue kind ever put on in Lethbrldge. j For tomorrow and Saturday, Stauf- fer will have an entirely new offerinz and "The Island of the- 17th- episode of- "The Mystery." will be shown. THE ORPHEUM To the' theatre-goers of. Lethbridge, the Orpbeum begs to announce its pro-- fit-sharing plan In which the patrons can share in the profits of this popii- lar playhouse. Tonight is our .usual country store, and besides the regular bag of flour, groceries, the man-, agement has consented to-give away an unusual gift: a beautiful-silver wa- ter set, haying 'Tie winner of 'thfs' set win certainly get something useful and valuable. The first ticket drawn from the ticket box on the stage tonight mllrbe -the win- ner. The European' novelty act of Rita Paul is of exceptional merit.'" Tnese people are shortly from London. Their portrayal of life in this well-known city is extremely amusing in itself and it is rarely seen so" correctly done. The Hebrew, impersonator, one 01 the test that, nas. ever been on the Orpheum stage, continues to be greet- ed with thunderous applause. "A Leaf in the Storm'' is a wonder- fully acted photo-play ID tbree. parts, that holds the. interest throughout. "Love and featuring lias Asker, is a Bcreaming funny com- jedy. MAY RULE OUT FIGHT FILMS Admission of Willard-Johnson Pictures Up to Court PROFESSIONAL CARDS canoe, good condition. Write Box 21, Herald, stating price. Get Y'WHJ.' Farm from the Canadi Home MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR" REMOVED- K.M: Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortno- Jedlc and Gymnastics E.ectn cal Vibratory and TJrerapeut.e Ugh Treatments, Electrolysis and .Snsm pooiDg Treatments pointment only. Room 1. Hul.. Bin. awltal and South. Pbooe 746. T S Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for Somerville Marble Granite works, of Calgary. Office opposite House. Phone 061 Kesl- dence 2S4 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. .Open day and DR. W. S. Physician. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. 1253: DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 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- sidence ti93. S Y HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL DIRECTOrV-803 3rd Aye 3. Phone 1S02. Open night; and gary, all this week, says in part: "First Knight" "The result of three years' expedi- tionary work iir the animal reserves of the1 United States, making up six reels of very interesting motion piceures, is beine shown at the Grand this week. -pictures, taken under the sup- ervision of Edward A. Salisbury, go far iuto the secrets of animal life, the majority of which are as the contents At.the.openlns of Variety book to the average lay- the Bijou) Manager Elliott was com- a The which is con- pelled to put out the S.R.O. sign, and Philadelphia, Pa., May case involving the right to bring into this country films Willard-Johnson fight was taken under advisment by the United States Court of Appeals here today, after arguments had been 1 VARIETY'S Freed, collector, of the port of New York, refused to allow the entrance oE the ffims and was up- held by Federal Judge Thomas Haiglit of Jersey City. Counsel lor those interested in the films said they were not an article of were taken. They are of the very first class and will prove of the sreat- senenJ'raora slmer, the Cal- eat interest from an educational as wel'i as anv other standpoint to the average audience." Three-performances will he given here, at 3.00, 4.30 and 8.30. The per- formance at 4.30 will be specially for school children. ...HIE under which some of the pictures we're taken. They are of the very the large audience who attended the opening performance were weil photograph, high .quality and of, .j, the condi- excellence of the programme. "The cu' c v the stirring five-part drama, -which was banned in the United States, -will .he shown for 'the' last times tonight. The "country store" -be the stellar attraction on the programme this evening, -and' twelve useful prises will be given away. The first prize will be a ruby and ring, and-the-other prizes will-cause" a little surprise with their quality and excellence. will be on hand with her capable. rendering of the latest popular sbng'successes. "Some a screamingly funny Universal comedy completes the programme. WILD LIFE PICTURES AT THE' MAUESTiC In view of'the fact that the Salis- Dury "Wild Life if America" films are coming to the Majeatie next and Tueajaly, it is interesting to note the able, criticism giien them bj Fn-st the critic on thp Cai sary Herald These .pictures afe bt tot it tHS (Sfana ThAtre, Cal The produetion, which IE con'1 and, therefore, should be from thousands ot feet of ffim FAMOUS TEN-PIN BOWLER RETURNS TO PRAIRIE CITY Vancouver, B.C., May Vancouver PIANO TUNING i H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNEP.- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 "vears factory experience. Hon ours Certificate MT: Assn., London England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168 1253 Gth Ave. A South.________ CLEANING AND DYEING THE 6tll 3t. S., opposlt Uie Hefald, are specialists In diem ica! cleaning and dyeing. Repair- inp; and altering our specialties. Rig calls and delivers. MEDICAL DENTAL -ith St. and and Ave. S and 18th St. and 1st Avn. N., 1 auto crank. Please return to 326 nth St. CARKIAGK rug be- tween "13th and-14th St. Finder will he rewarded by. returning to HOs Bin o I immense area of the most ti'i- A'e' 1 [jie land lu Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranglnf from 511.00 to ?30.00 for farm lands with ample lands from S35.00. down; balance within twenty years. In irrigation'districts, loan tor farm buildings, etc.riiP ro- nayahle in twenty years. Here ia your 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, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA OR WILSON SKEITH Agents Lethbridge. Albtrta DR. M. J. of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of .a Dominion Dental Oertideate. Offlco: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lcthbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig- inbotaam Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Coliepe of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: S-S Higin- botham fllock. Ip.NURSlNG MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail meulc-al.. and surgical cases (except contagious and charges ,according to the.clr-. cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. .For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- slob, 418-'14th St. S. Phono.1238. (Miss) A. M. Tjiley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Crad. Nurse AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson niture Co., 404 13th St. N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town office at the Lethbrldge-Wey- buni Co. Phone 1173. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston. 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forma sent to out of town customers. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. COMEDY AND VAUDEVILLE AT THE EMPRESS 'The Million" proved to he one of I the :best pictures of the Paramount programme, and the most humorous j ao far shown here. The part of j the Baron, a notorious crook, was ad- i mirably played by Edward Abeles, who was supported by an excellent com- pany. "Making a is one of the in- .u.itable Keystones. A reporter has a job, and another wants one, and steals' a story of ad accident which the re- porter bad secured. The results do not laclf excitement. "On the Table Top" Is tlie stbfy of how a young reporter w see m man, no more this summer, the Cal- gary bowler having left for home in tbe prairie city yesterday, morning. Before leaving on Saturday night Mitchell took a crack at the individual ten-pin championship tournament now in progress at the Jones alleys, ana came through.' the twelve :gamis with the very respectable total of 2280 pins, an average of 130 5-13, per game. King Edward Transfer PHONE 652 OFFICE OTT'S BARBER SHOP TRUNKS PART Of CITY, Mo All Work >na Ceil Ordert Solicited W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridge Medicin, Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all its branches: Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidation! Building, Renldent R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Accountant HAY, GRAIN, FEED Job" BALED HAY i Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina-! tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for 'quota- lions. Storage space for rent. Frosi; proof basement for perishable Hyde Sannders. Phone 1244. P. O- Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds ol Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M, JlcMahon and C. McCIenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Let.ibridge, Alberta. Shoe Repairs FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will called for and delivered, You dori'Hiavc to be everlastingly, watching the columns if you Have the knowledge that not only puts you in a good..posu.v... but that also keeps you there at a steadily increasing salary. ;It's'riot-a'question, at being a walking encyclopedia, but of .having the sound, practical training that makes you an expert at your chosen calling-that brings you a good salary year ,n and year first on list and last on the "laid-off list Keeps position safe and sound wbiie other chaps are going tbe round, looking for -crit. The International Correspondence Schools, of Scrahton, deal in train-, ina for higher salaries. The I. C. S. comes right to your home and makes youaitexpert-v.-hcther you're sixteen or sixty-whethcr you hve one or one thousand miles aw.y-whether you're an outside or an Boos it in your spare time, without requiring you to buy a s.ngle OOOK. TO learn how the I. C. S. c.-m help you, mark the attached coupon and mail it today. No charge for the information and advice it brings.. VULCANIZING Lethhridge Vul- canizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. 13. Chap- lin Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Me- Nabb's Saddlery. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THF SAME DAY AS ORDERED, A Good Position and More Money Not a dollar or two more, but your salary doubled, trebled, quadrupled. That's the kind of success thousands of poorly paid men and women have already won through I, C. S. help. On an average 400 students every month voluntarily report salaries increased and multiplied as the direct result of I. C. S. help. Mail the coupon NOW. International Correspondence Schools Box 888, Scranton, Pi. 1 qilllilr lor >bc "ade- Letolc which i have X. Englnur Butldlnp CBotrtoW Birklrg 1 Strut and A'a.----- Cilr------------------ T. J. Griffiths, District Manager Street South, Second Floor Lethbrldge, ;