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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE'-DAILY s. a TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PROGRAMME Daniel Frroluiian Presents MARY PICKFORD SONG BY MR. GEORGE E. FLEMING IN THE ROMANTIC HISTORIC DRAMA Si MISTRESS NELL BY GEORGE C. HAZLETON, JR. A Magnificent Five-Part Production. The most stupendous Production of Modern Times ALSO A COMEDY AND .A TWO-PART DRAMA We Have Exclusive Rights' on Both "THE COLONEL OF THE RED HUSSARS" A tlnwreel feature of more than passing Interest will bo "The Colonel of the licit an adaptation from Heed Scott's famous novel. This feature is picttirlzed along entirely dif- ferent lines from the usual run of film dramatizations, aud presents numerous situations and surprises never before oinsodOA.of "Tho Elaek TONIGHT A THREE REEL EDISON FEATURE 'The Colonel of the Red Hussars' A STIRRING DRAMATIC PLAY ADAPTED FROM REED SCOTT'S NOVEL "The Black Box" Fourth Epiiode of this Most Thrilling of Serials A'-NESTOR COMEDY 'ORPHEUM1 _ Vaudeville and Picture! HER LAST HOPE Three Part Maiterpieee Featuring the Celebrated Helen Hesperia CHARLES CARLSON Popular Song Successei ROMANCE Drama of Unuiujl Mirth THE WHITE PIRATE Screaming Full of Fun and Action Thunday, VAUDEVILLE ACT THE TOMASSOS Italian Accordeon and Singing Act. Big Eaitern Succen ALSO COUNTRY STORE v .Mat. 5c 4 Eve. 10c 4 Fabiola The Celebrated Reman Drama in Five Arti, adopted from Car- dinal Wiieman's famous novel, will agiin be ttiged by St. Patrick's Dramatic Society under the Auipices of the DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE One Half of the Proceeds goat to the I.O.D.E. Majestic Theatre Thursday, June 3rd TICKETS......25c, SOC, 78c. Tickets, can he exchanged for reserved seats at Hedley's Drug Store. witnessed. Box" will also be unravelled, and San- (ord Quesl and .Ills beautiful assistant wi'il, as usual, have you mystified with their ninny ingenious devices for hunt- ing criminals and unearthing tho seemingly impossible. Aii L-Ko comedy will supply the comedy element, and the harmonious five-piece orchestra will complete the enjoyment of one of Hnest offerings. MARY PICKFORD AT EMPRESS The feature at the Empress tonight and tomorrow wfil be Dauiol Froh- nian's production of the celebrated ro- j mantle drama. "Mistress by George C. Hazleton, jr. Mary Pickford, the most popular and -talented act- ress who has ever-appeared before the camera, has the title role ,aud is sup- ported by a Famous Player all-star company." This is Miss Pickford's in- itia'i appearance in masculine attire in motion pictures "since her spectacular rise to the position she now occupies. The events depicted in the play take place in the times of the Cru- saders, and as is customary in all i Paramount pictures, no expense is spared to reproduce the costumes and scenes of the period with the most minute accuracy. The picture is one of the most magnificent productions of the Paramount series, and will be a treat to all lovers of the drama. Mr. Fleming will sing tonight, and in addition to "Mistress Nell." there will be a comedy and a two-part drama both of which are worth seeing. THE ORPHEUM A complete change of programme Kvill be shown at the popular play- 1 house .today. A three-part Milano masterpiece, featuring the beautiful and celebrated actress, Helen Hej- peria, is the head liuer. It is dilfi- cult to find EO well produced pictures and such clever acting.' Charles Carlson, the popular singer, will appear in-a complete- change of musical numbers, the latest ones just from the publisher. "Romance" is a special one-ree! drama of exceptional merit. "The .White something unusual in a comedy full of hearty laughter. Tomorrow, Thursday, our usual country store will be conducted. The capital prize will he one pair of thor- oughbred chickens, something useful for the home and table. A European vaudeville attraction, the TomasHos will appear Thursday. Notice to the Public Commencing -with Thursday morn- ins, May the following change will go Into effect on tho fcx- tra Wluto Cur and the Orange Car: The morning fun on both tho Ex- tra White und Orange Cars will be discontinued and. the schedule will ELBERT HUBBARD Writer, editor and shepherd of his flock oE Roycrotters at East Aurora, New York, ivas lost on the Lusitania. He was on his way to Germany to interview the German Kaiser. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, bo as follows: Orange MID-DAY 1st trip a.m. corner 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S., and every twelve minutes thereafter up to Last Trip, p.m. comer 3rd Ave. and 5th St. outh. 1st trip, p.m. corner 3rd Avo. and 5th St. S., and every twelve min- utes thereafter up to Last Trip p.m. corner 3rd Ave. and 5th St S., except Saturday when the car will he run until p.m. Extra White 1st Trip a.m. corner 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S., and even- sixteen minutes thereafter up to Last Trip p.m. coruer 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S. AFTERNOON 1st Trip p.m. corner 3rd Ave and 5th St. S., and every sixteen minutes thereafter up to Last Trip p.m. corner 3rd Ave. and 5th St. South. ARTHUR REID, Commissioner of Public Utilities. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. SHERLOCK BUJILDING OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE- TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Moat up-to-dato building 1n tUe West. Coolest rooiiis in summer. Firo and souiid-proot coiistnic- lion. Klovator service every day 01 the year from S to 10 p.m Running water in all suites. Gas installation lor domestic use. Furnishing by arrangement. All enqulrlei the building any elevator bell in hall. WANT ADS rii tend you a mild who will come well reoom- rnendid, who will fit Into ;ho holllfhold and proyo io be splendid icrvant Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYINQ TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A cail to this number will bring a Prompt Reeponie for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coal, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cernont, Hay and Grain. The City. Cart-age Co. Office at Elite Cigar Store. RETAIL MERCHANT'S OFFICERS Red Deer, Alta., May busi- ness of session of the Re- tail Merchants' Association of Al- berta's convention was the election officers for the ensuing year, and the board of last year, with one exception, was elected, as follows: iFrssidsnt, T. A Gaetz Red Deer; first vice-presid- ent, G. E. Cruikshanks, Hillerest; sec- ond vice-president, G. A. Smith, Innis- fail- treasurer, N. D, MoDermid, Cal- gary; secretary, W. H. Andrews, Cal- Igary. The place of meeting of the 1016 annual convention, was discussed, and I no decision reached, but it is expected Edmonton will be selected by the ex- ecutive if arrangements can be made with the local Edmonton branch of the association. GUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M1 graduate of the -Pennsylvania OrtBO- padlc Institute, Medical and .Gymnastics' BlMtlt cal Vibratory and Therapeutic USBt Treatments, Electrolysis ana Snera- poolng Treatment! given pointment only. Room 1. Hill. -----PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. V.n Haarlem's Private HomlW naturally Home. SpMial rate, en on application. 122 TO iMirnishcd or unfurnished seven Toomed house, half block 'rdni ear line, full basement and lars, at- tic, hot water, heat, electric Unlit, screen doors and large gar- den, hunch of chickens for sa'e. Ap- iilv to F Cline, 920 10th St. south. 130-li TO room House, corner of !nd Ave. und Stli St. S.. equipped willi suitnlilc for lodging house. Reasonahle rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply C. D. ilownian Agency. Acndia Bid's., 3rd Avenue S.; Phono 5. 0 TO 13th St. S., S roomed house, modem, nowly decorated, good garden. Apply at. once to Arthur llayr. Gth St. S. TO a Strathcona "Court, 4tli Ave. S., lully modern, gas equip- Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. ment. Phone 132G. FOR furnished house: modern: gas or coal; or will rent housekeeping rooms; also a 5-room house on rear of lot; rent reasonable. at 422 4th st. S., between 4th and 5th ave. ______ __ TO month, 1107 11 th St. S., water and light, decorated to suit tenant, or will sell on very easy terms. Apply R. P. Wallace, court louse. SITUATIONS WANTED MASSAGE DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucner. Hours p.m. Offlee Tbira Avenue. Phone 1253. OR. Sherlock Block. Residence 126S Slith Avenue. Offlee hours Offlee Phone 319; Residence 1090. OP. Eye. Noie and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Offlee hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phaneg: Office 341, Re- sidence 693. 5 Y HURSt, EMBALMER FUN- 'ER'AL DIRECTOR-SOS sri Ave, s. Phone 1803. Open night and day. PIANO TUNING G. HTCRIFPST EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-l'iano and Organ- Repairer; years factory experience. Hon- ours Cert'.Bcate MT. Assn., London Ensland. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 fith Ave. A South. DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons. Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Blocfc. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Dn. Courtlce k uate University of Maryland. Booms 8 and 9, Macdoaald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, DR3. MARRS AND Successors to Dra. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours; 9 to 5. Offlee. His- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal of Physicians (London.) 1800. Hours: 9-13; 376. rilfiii- botham Block. DYEING THE 6tn St. the Herald, are specialists in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair ing and altering our specialtWs. Rig calls and- deliver.s._t'honc ;181a. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING Kingston! 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forms tent tu out of town customers. .PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay 1401 7th Avenue North. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridge MediclrV Hat Winnipeu Chartered Accountancy in-all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tieations, Liquidation! .Acadla- Building, Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered AccounUnl (Sr.ot.) MEDICAL woman seeks po- sition as housekeeper or any kind of daily work. Apply Miss Taylor, 40-1 Position by young man. High school education and commer- cial training, experienced in practical office work; can operate typewriter, references. Box 204. DENTAL lOtti St. N. Phone 17S9. TO room, on car line, with telephone connection; per 616 10th st. 103-ox ROOMS TO large bright rooms with all modern conven- iences, on car line, with telephone connection. Apply -SS9 13th street south.__________y__________ 136-" BOOM AND young men in modern house; good locality; mod- erate terms. Apply 501 14th St. S.. Apply Phone 1272, P. 0. by married cou- ple, both strong and able; no children; capable of handling any small farm; experienced in farm work; would work at reasonable wage if found satisfact- ory to both parties, and would start work at once; nationality, Canadian, Box -15, Herald office. TO a goofl room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. LOST'-FOUND May 19, black silk 1ace scarf, either in Hudson's Bay store, or between-that store and George Kerr's grocery atdre; tinder will be liberally rewarded on returning same to Mrs. Duff, 750 7th aye. gelding, branded C N above L on.left shoulder and M86 on foot; lost from Sprint Coulee about 6 days ago; finder please return Cardston Creamery and receive ward. 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.Wilaon fur- niture Co., 404 13th St N. Phone Residence Phone 5S5. Down-' town at the Lethbridge-Wey- burn Realty Co. Phone 1173, HAY, GRAIN, FEED PRQPERTY TOR SALE FOR sail Tann in law district, U200. Buy hack at S1500 -in; 5 annual installments, 8 per cent. outright cash. Box 15 Herald office. 139-3 FOR SALE OR cot- tage on three-corner lots, with gar- den 1803 6tll ave: S. FOR SALflS-HMy acres, 2 miles fror Wreutham; price 17000, good terms; 320 acres east price fi.50 per cash, balance five an- nual the Huff In- vestment, Room 10, Alberta block. 0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS saddle, state par- ticulars and lowest cash price. Ap- ply Box 48 Herald office. rent a .modern six or eight roomed house, furnished ot un- furnished. Applv Box 10, Herald. 13G-S Ford- ferrcd Write giving cash price and lull particulars regarding machine. P. 0. Box 35-1.. _________136-li MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOH store show cases, as 'good as new; also one cash register at a Second-Hand store'. Ohio potatoes, ply 913 Gtll or jmu FOR li.p., twin-cylin- der Indian motorcycle with Sidecar in good running condition S250 cash. C. S., Jioilcl Bakery, city. 188-B FOR seed wheat, and western rye gross. The Noble Foundations; Ltd., Noblcford, Alta., _______100-Q SECON CNHANfFFU WN ffU R have anything to dispose of, don't full, to see the City Second-Hand store; we either buy or sell on commission for yon; satisfaction Second-Hand Store, 406 5th st. S. 13 BALED HAY 1 Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed of ail .kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. space for rent. Frosi proof basement for perishable goods. phone 1244. P. Hyde Saunders. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND DUCE and. Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint .and Upland. Straw, Oats, Bran and Peed, M. 'McMahon and C, MeClenaElian, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 436, Lethbrfdge, Alberta. four'miles of the Foremost well will sell :laml. or lease separ- ately. Apply C, S. Farrow, Box J77, or office o! Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. HATCHINCTEGGS Shoe Repairs FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone shoes will 'he called for and delivered. ting. Wyatt, Diamond VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chap- lin Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on oth St. S., rear Me- Nabb's Saddlery. I FORSALE of land At a bargain, 160 acres J______ oil lease on same FOR Hotel with 60 rooms, with lobby bar and cafe; four blocks from Great Northern depot, rent reason- able: satisfactory Write, New .Milwaukee Hotel, Great Falls, a passenger Ford car, run less than 7000 milos.. in good condition. Price reasonable. Apply G .1 Ilaiisch, llth St._S. 1J8-1, :ggs at half price, supply liing pen containing 1, 2, 3, and FOR SALE-One surrey li.arncss, brass mounted, stitched bcbt Em-fish leather, open and closed bri- dles, padded russet line and closed nu-iwiil sell ior pill j i as nsj'ew their or lui, show for per setting. Also is moic au "V] at lialf Duff jl.00 per set- "cji" These harnesses arc NOTICE Will iiic ncrson picked up the cosl. ited. one cooliiiE, sweating and ;stablp tice hoots, lly nets, etc. Eyeiythmt in first class shape. One delivery wa- gon, lorry style, capacity ,1SOC His. n: Will the ncrson who picnea up me icrry style, Remington 7gun In.'rase on boulevard 0. C. Spirit Co. on 3rd Av'c. N. rcliirn same to 1421 3rd Ave. N. TMPdUNDElT the city of hrldg pound since May 1915, sorrel horse; the right nip above X ori the luft hip E. FOR SALE OH C. Fruit lands, In .the. celebrated Tobbaco Plains near Flagstone, B. C., climate TENDERS Scaled lenilcrs will 'bo "I1 to noon on Saturday, May tor six himilred cnbic.-yards, more or less, of for ballasting Street Railway track.- Gravel to lie hauled'and delivered ,as. requited to 13th Street the Sub- way and Ninth -Avenue North. The lowest or any .tender not necessarily ideal. For information1 apply Really Co.. 12C2 1st 'Ave. South. cth Lid., ARTHUR Commissioner I'uhlic Utilities.- ;