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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta r- AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 20, mimmmm (Victoria Diy) Matlnte and Night JOHN CORT PRESENTS THE CELEBRATED ENGLISH COMEDIENNE MissMarie Tempest from The Playhouie, London, -Supported, by Her Own Company including Mr. W. Graliame Brown iii The Marriage of Kitty (Matinse Jt 2.30) HER GREATEST SUCCESS; AND Nearly Married (Night at 8.30) EDGAR SELWYN'S JOLLY FARCE OF AMERICAN SCENE AND INTEREST r-'Scats Xow Selling-'at ItcdleyDrug Co. TO S2.00. TO 'Out of Town Patrons may writs or pbcne Co. for Reservations. To- night mm To- night 3rd EPISODE "THE BLACK BOX" 3 REEL COMEDY Cissy Made Good" Coming Friday and Saturday. the Bugler Boy of Lancashire ''A BIG BRITISH WAR PICTURE MONDAY ieS Chaplin" "The Night Stage" LAST TIME Frohman's Production of "THE BETTER MAN" By Rev. Cyrui Townund Brldy, LL.D., with WILLIAM COURTLEIGH, lupported by. an Excellent Company 'THE SING AT 9 O'CLOCK J S'f' a c LAST'OF THE RACE" A Two Part Story oi Red Man 'Lover's Luck" 'Fatty Arb'uc'kle and other Keyatone Favorites >n "'ThpT IVPVPP TillPW" with, a change inCJ in the Bridegroom. Tomorrow and not miss the clasing episodes of "THE MYSTERY" They promise a Sensational Finish Coming Next Mary Pickford in "MISTRESS NELL" We Have Exclusive Rights ;on Both TURK STEAMER LOST London, May Russian Black Sea fleet, according to newa're- ceived by the Russian naval attaches, has destroyed in the Turkish coal min- ing district, one, steamship and 36 sail- ing vessels. At Koslu, a pier, elevator and railroad, has heen destroyed. SHERLOCK BUILDING OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building in-the West. Coolest rooms in summer. .Fire and sound-proof construc- tion. Elevator ssrvice ever? day of the year from 8 a.m. to 10 p.ra Running water in all suites. Gas installation for domestic i .arrangement. All enquirjei'at the building any elevator bell in hall. Real Vaudeville 'and. Plcturti Country Store We give away Absolutely Frts One .Pair Choice Fal of Flour, Groceries, etc.. Twelve Prizes In All. VAUDEVILLE ACT Dixie Trio Down South" Songs and Dances By Attorney Three Part Feature Savoriia Masterpiece, featuring AdrUna Costamagna, in which this cele- brated star almoit meets her death when her Pet Leopard Springs at Her Throat 2000 FEET OK HEARTY LAUGHTER ORPHEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA {Director Rubelitzsky) Special Muiical Program Tonight lOc it will the: MM- lug performance Bdsar Solvjns joiiy. uirco, It was in the former play'-lhat'MUn Tempest dlitlnguhhrd hc.-inif no tl.o roremoet comedienne on tho speaking stage, and- "Tho JtiHrltnte of Kitty" been cOWilnren ihe principal plaj vnoc r- wire. As for Marnou" stld to bo one oi of all the furoes BO for exploited In this oountrv. llu pace IB rapid, but its 'rim 'Is clean and 'wholesome. The. seeming reality of the experiences of the run-away married couple add no little lo Uie popular- 'appeal of toe piece This will be the first time In the career of tali English star to ap- pear in a, "mode-lu-America" piny. Mies Tempent will be supported by Graham Brown and her own com- pany from the Playhouse, London. AT THE ORPHEUM The mid-week bill at the popular playhouse is of unusual merit. Tho regular country store will be conduct- ed. the management always can- tlders the interest of Its patrons by the many and useful gifts. A pair ot choice fat ducTiS will bo tie capital prize, with the customary large bag of flour, groceries, etc. First-class vaudeville has been se- cured to commence tonight: the Dixie Tvio. in "way down south songs and dances. For the last times tonight the ex- cltinc three-reel photo play, "By Power of will bs shown. Two reels of exceptionally funny com- edy closes one of the best shows aver seen at the Orpheum. OFFERINGS AT THE EMPRESS LABOR LEADER IN CABINET -May Labor party decided at a meeting this afternoon to accept Premier Asquith's invitation to be represented in the new coalition government. Arthur Henderson will join, the Cabinet- William Brace and another Labor member will be appoint- ed .to minor posts in the government. The management of the Empress are jible to offer an unusually strong se- lection of plays for the coming week. 'For.tonight the feature will Frohman's production of "The--Better by Hev. Cyrus Townsend Brady. LLJX. wiih William Courtleigh and a strong support: Jt is'the story of the struggles of two young clergymen to attain the world's two and closely holds attention to the end. For tomorrow and Saturday, the epi- sode of "The wtfi be "The Cipher Code.'7 These epi- sodes are more sensational. jas the end approaches, and there is Lout more before the climax. Au- I cither (w'o-'part feature will I Day cf with Sid Chaplin and j other Keystone favorites. [is the case with all Keystones, this i'fil he j full of fun and action. "East which, with tlie pos-j sible exception of "The Old "Home- j has had the greatest ,'jrun of any play produced, will be shown ou j .Monday and Tuesday, the pop- j ular and dainty Map- Pickforti I Wednesday and Thursday. t G. El Fleming will sing this ev- ening, and attractions will be offered ait'eacb of the.other BIG BRITISH- WAR --PRODUCTION One of the most patriotic an'd purely British productions, will screened at Siarlasd on; Friday, arid Saturday. This is a 'thVee-reel feature entitled "The Bugler Boy of Lancashire." Trhich has recently, created ;a .furore at the Allen 'Theatre; Calgary. -'Deal- ing "directly with the present war, and showihg. Life career of Edward .Walton, cashier at the 'who; af- ter being wrongly convicUd and after serving a sentence for another's crime, joins the Territorials and makes a big name for himself. Every young Canadian should see this most stirring and realistic war picture. Last night's programme, featuring the third episode of "The Black Box" and a three-reel Broadway star feature comedy, "How Cissy Made will be repeated tonight, and as this pro- gramme gave universal satisfaction to all who witnessed it, a good house is assured tonight. MARIE TEMPEST AT MAJESTIC The distinguished comedienne, Miss Marie Tempest, now on her "coast-to- coast" tour of this country, under the management of John Cort, will come to the Majestic for two perfonnauees on Victoria Day, May the mat- inee she will" be.seen in her greatest comedy success, Marriage of HORSE KICKS WOMAN TO DEATH Glasgow, Mont., May body of Mrs. William D- Copeland. a well- known pioneer of Montana and .home- steader of this vicinity, badly bruised sad crushed, was found in the barn at the Copeland farm. Circumstances in- dicated that her life had "been crushed out under the feet of a stallion, which is siipposed to have first kicked the woman to the floor, and then viciously stamped bar to death. The tragedy was not witnessed by any member of the family, the husband being at work in the field and the children at school. WOMEN CARRY PEACE REQUEST The Hague, May An embassy from the International Congress Women, headed by Miss Jane Addarns of Chicago, left- the Dutch capital to- day for Berlin to intercede with Oer- ma'ny, in favor of peace. The em- bassy, in addition to Miss .-Addam consists of Dr. Alefta Jacobs and Mrs, Richard Palthe of Holland and Signora Genoni of Italy. What Are YOU Worth Front the UP? servant; muni bo plain jcwki-rrApp'ly tonight. .809- Bth ave. S; '__________Uj Uisenttmatedthat the average man m worth 12 aduy troiu the neck he worth from tlia ueck That depBfldx en- tirely upon train in r. IE you ire trained so that you pUu and direct work you are worth tun much as the nua who CUB work only .under orders. The'lnttniillitil CftfiWMlmi Icfevtli goto Ihft mm who U small pay atuljmyto him, rtfil train you for promotion right where you are. you to take up I more concenlal Hoe ''1 ot wort at a much 'Every month ssv- eral hundred itu- I dents voluntarily report advancement as the direct retult cfl.C.S. truioinc. You need not leave vour present'wort, or your own home. Hurkthii coupon at once and mail It. school 'teacher, for the West Lotlibridgo oO'.ior.; Sc. 2440 with 'second class certificate. Dutloit lo commonce at once. Apply suiting salary to Hobt.. Crawford. Hoc, Treas., Gen... Del. without Dox Stt, Scnuiion, Pa. ipUla, wlthoat lurUei obtlcatioa my 1 quili.y lot (be itvls, ot bdoit wSich 1 bivc cwiktd X. ctdsil lltMtrit. luduitriil Sa l Coomctot Cencrtia Conttmct'n Kame City____ T. J. Griffiths DISTRICT MANAGER. 409 5th Street South, Second Floor, FRANCE REtjU.ISITIONS WHEAT Washington, D.C., May IS.q-France has decided to requisition all stocks cf wheat in the republic at a uniform price of ahdut" pe'r hundred pounds, accor'diiig to. a cablegram re- the department of commerce j today1 from Attache Vad- itz in Paris. PROFESSIONAL CARDS V ACANT -Good for olio 111 live. S. .MAN'SllflJFpfteiii private hath anil froo-IWB W Ity kitchen and Immdry; IT duBli'Dd ab per month: uliiff roomoil rial ul "I Hi" MiuiBloiiB.otl'lw, conior si. S., TOR vaSiioiii'lirie imriyonly, Kooil. clean. house; linnioiilttlu children for farm; man tor general farm-work; woman for. general house work- must bo good washer: -Wages State Box 98, Stave- AI ANTJII'J-'-Mt'n ai'.n voraen to Uiiu-u the barter trade. while learn- ing- tools graduates make big money. Culalnmie free. Moler Barter''Collegr, 604-A Cenlru Street, Alta. AGENTS WANTED Destruclion nnd horrors of tho Great War. Thrilling, heart rending and appalling. Greatest sell- er ever published. Only dollar. Best terms. Sample-- bbolt- free. Winston Co. Toronto. ___P" tl SITUATIONS WANTED competent womnn wants olmlnber work in hotel In or out of city. Apply Box 46 Herald office.....- young Scotch woman, position as general servant. Apply Box 3S Herald. "blacir May black silk lace scarf, either in 'Hudson's Bay store, or between' that store and George Kerr's grocery store; finder will be liberally rewarded on returning same to Mrs. Duff, 760 7th are. S.. ______ my farm 13-3-16 lfOi siiie Wrlghl's owvipicd lij' store, lately tlaVviu, Apply lie-. TO KKNT--Two storey rooni- house, fully modern, car line; Immediate very moiierate. Apply 0. C. TO modern witli eas connections; 211 10th .Q.j iiarlly furnisliod. if F. W. Downer, Victoria ..Mansions, or C. 11. Bowman Agency, Acadla 'bldg. Beat offer for feet on 13th St. South between 4th and. Address Box 22, MASSAGE SUPERFUOU8 HAIR KM- jraduate of tit OrtW- imtitntt. and Gymnastic. (BwidMO. cal Vibratory and EleotroljaU' _ Dootog wtntment only: BMBi-l- Mm. OR. W. PRIVATE HPSPITAL Haarlem's South. PByllcian, Aeeouobtr.- Houra 2 3; p.m. OBlw TKlrt JiTtuue. Phone DR. 1M Sharlock Meclt. Rwldsace mt Sixth ATOTIK. Office honre I; OBce Phone DR. Eye, Nora and 'Throat; 115 Sherlock BldE- Office hours 10 12; z 5; avenlnfs by ap- pointment. Phones: Office -341r Re- ifideuoe 593, UNDERTAKING atao Director for the 8om.rvllle Works, of Caliary. OHM Court Home. Phon. dence 284 7th Are. 3. Open day ind nlikt. Ml Won. 117i. S. Y. HUBST, EWiALMER FUN- ERAL DIRECTOR-SOS I 3rd 1802. Open nljnt amu 017. phoua PIANO TUNING MONUMENTS PonyExprefes and Transfer LIQHT AND H6AVY GRAYING j TRUNKS AND FURNITURE' REMOVED '408 piirth phonc 632 .Street. South. Headstones and Crosses of every description made' to order. Get our arid OUR W6HK BEFORE YOU BUY. NOTIQE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED AOENT FOR THE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, 'THE GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE THE.NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURNCE SOCIETS' THE NORNVICH UNION ACCIDENT BRANCH FIREMAN'S FUND; AUTOMOBILE, A. LEVITT feOX jH. LETHtRIEXiE, ALBERTA. Lethbridge Monumental aid Cat Stone Works q, H. CRIPPS.TxPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and 20 years factory Hen- Ccrt'.Bcate MT. AMU., London, England. Reference to the musicians of the city. iFnoM 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South.________ CLEANING AND DYEING THE 6th St. S., the Herald, are In chem- ical 'cleaning and dyeing. Repair- ing and altering our specialties. Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILOHINO. Kingston. 706 3rd Ave. 3." SampUw and self measurement forms sent te out of town customers. PIANO TUITION PUPJLS FOR Kmy, 1401 7th Avenue North. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Medicln, 'Ha! Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy in ail Its branches'. Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Ss'stcmatizinj, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadla Building, Resident R J. RITCHIE CATEMON, chartortd Accountant (Vtt) MEDICAL acres, 2 miles frqfn Wrentliam: price J7000, good tarms; 320 acres east of Warner; srice J7.50 per acre; some cash, balance five an- Apply the Huff In- vestment, Room 10, Alberta block. "LAND FOR'SAIJE' DENTAL we- w ately1. Farrow, Box.477, Lethbridge' or offlce' ot Co.. Ltd.- HATCHING EGGS DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeona, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certineate. Office: Roome 5 and S, Block. OR. L. T. (lUMBMOT to Dn. Courtiox tc uate Unlvenity of Maryland. Booma I and 9, Macdenald Block. Phone 11S5, Lethbrtdje, A1U. DRS. MARKS AND SuccMKors to Dra. Stewart and Olure. Hours: 9 to i. Office. Hir Inbotham Block. Phone 974. OR. E. G. mem ber of Royal College of Suryonff, (Enr.) Jjteenifftte Hoyal College of Phjniciani (London.) L.D.3. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. OBlce: S-S Block. AUCTIONEER FOR S-VLE-At a bargain, 160 acres of land.; -also.- oil._ lease., on .same within four inilcs-'oi the Foremost well-' will sell' land or lease 'separ- 1 Box 31 Herald op WANTED Light Stallion to get 'sad- .lie horses; horse -used to -range pre- ferred. Would trade hea.vy stallion, Apply Geo.l ...I.... for good light' MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR -store show' cases, as good as also one cash roglstef at a Second-Hand store. 40ti 5th St. B Ohio ply S13 6th si. S., or FOK entire contents of a.- six-roomed house consistinB ot tiimeil'.. oak dining Bet. rockers, leather, conj.; dition. Apply Box 20 Herald. FOR Motorcycle for- :salc; twin cyclluder, chain- drive, with, tan- dem excellent, condition, payments. evening. Box- 2S FOR seed oats. and ivcstcrn rye. grass. The Noble foundations, Ltd., Noblelord, Alta.... :100-0 Will seif' for cash Trial run arranged any SECOND-HAND you'') have anything