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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta the lethbridge daily herald thursday, may 27, 1915 f TONIGHT^ .... iFhe (loiipnel pf The Red V Hussars ^ The Unmasking -TOMGHT The BLACK BOX 4-th Episode "The Ja the fact that it reduces travei'Ung not alone to a science, but equally to a fine art. So much so. that it iias been aptly described as "the grand opera of travel." Those who have never seen or heard of it in either of the six hundred other cities, where it has appeared semiannually for twent.v years, would probably consider it rather as a gallery of nip.Rterpieces in motion pictures, comprising countless scenes from here, there and everywhere. But considered merely as a "travel festival," those who can't get away once or twice a year on an extended tour, will find it a splendid substitute for actual travel, because it condenses thousands of miles and years of time in a brief two hours. COUNTRY STORE AT..... VARIEfV^ TONIGHT ' Variety will' conduct their usua'l country store tonight, when twelve valuable prizes will be given aw'ay free to the holders of the luoky coupons. A surprise is in store tor the winner of the first prize, which is a useful article wort.h .up to .$15.00% The other prizes consist of useful grocery and toilet articles, each of which will merit your walking the extra"'block, A strong feature programme of movies will be seen. "Within an Ace," a special Broadway star feature of eceptional merit; "From the Shadow," a Bio-graph special full of intense and exciting scenes, together with the "Fable of Hifalutlng Tillle," a rip-roaring comedy from the pen of the world-famous humorist, George Ade, and the Hearst-Sellg Weekly, containing all tho latest news and views from everywhere. THE ORPHEUM Our usual country store is an attraction at the popular playhouse tonight, A very choice pair of Alberta pride chickens has been secured by tho management as a .1,'ift for tho capital prize, besides the very useful gifts, the customary bag of flour, groceries, etc, We are very pleased to announce an extraordinary programme, includine a vaudovillo turn of higli represent'ntion. For the last timoa tonight the three-part raastorplcoe, "Hor lyast Hope," will be seen. The famous and beiiuti-ful Italian tra^;edleniie, ifclen' Tle.s-peria, ^vas never seen in a. bettor role. It is a stirring, and tragic Btoj-y of adventure. . ' Notice to the Public CominenclUK with Thtirsday morning, .May 2Tth, IOIh, tho following change will go Into effect on the Extra Wlilto Car and the Orange Car: Tho morning run on both the Kj-Ira White and Orange Cars vsill ho discontinued and the .schedule will bo as follows: Orange MID-DAY Jst trip I1:3G a.m. corner .'!rd Ave. and t'lth St. S., and every twelve minutes thereafter tip to Last Trip, L':12 p,m. corner ;!rd .�\ve. and yth St. outh. AFTERNOON trip. 4:24 p.m. conier �Jrd .\ve. and .�>tli St. S., and every twelve minute j thereafter �p tn Last Trip S:12 corner Srd Ave. and oth St. S., except Saturday when the car will bt- run until 11:12 p.m. Extra White MID-DAY 1st Trip Jl:3� a.m. corner 3rd Ave. and ."ith St. S., and every sixteen minutes thereafter up to Last Trip 2: Hi p.m. corner ord Ave. and iilh St. S, AFTERNOON 1st Trip 4:24 p.m. corner ;;rd Ave and ."itli St. S., and every sixteen minutes thereafter up to Last Trip .S:OS p.m. corner 3rd Ave. and .Ith St. South. ARTHUR REID, Commissioner of Public Utilities. ICE Dtllvtrtd Dally TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701, Jno. Brodie Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYINQ TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED 106 Fifth Phono {V.Vf street South. ^ �0� THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A call to this number will bring a Prompt Response for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coal, Wood, Sand, .Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. Tlie City Cartage Co. Office at Elite Cigar Store. HATCHING EGGS EGGS FOR S.-VLE-White Wyandotte eggs at half price. After May 15tli I will supply eggs from my prine winning pen containing 1, 2, 3, and 4 pullets and 2nd prize cock, at L. _ undertaking T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite CoiiTt House. Phono 561 Residence 2S4 7th Ave, 3. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. y. HURBT, EMSALMEP. 4. FUNERAL DIRECTOR--808 SnI Ave. R Phone 1802. Op�n nigbt �ad day. 43-0 piano tuning G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Cert'.Bcate mt. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Gth Ave. a South. cleaning and dyeing THE VALET-324 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are speoiallstB in chemical cleaning and dyeing. Repair-ing and altering our specialties. Rig calls and delivers. Phone 1812. CUNARD COMPANY Wl LLNOT-^AY London, .May -Several Canadian passenRor.y saved from the Lusilttnla, who approached the Cunard Co. re. garding their position in relation lo compensation, have been informed that the company has no responaibil-ity. The company also advisod them to approach Sir Edward Grey, with.a view to getting compensation..,from Germany after tiie'. wfti'.''' tailoring CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston. 700 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forms sent to out of town customers. 70-0 piano tuition PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. W, A. HENDERSON & COY. Lethbrldge ; : : Medicine Hat VV'nnlpea -.1- Chartered Accountants Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Investigations, Lkiuidatioua Acadia Building, Lethbrldge Resident R; J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartored Accountant (sr.oL) medical DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon, Accouchor, Hours 2-3; 7-8 p,in. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. McNALLY-109 Sheriook Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 11-12: 1-3; 7-8.30. Office Phone 319: Residence 1090. DP. TAYLOR-Ea.% Eye, Nose and Throat; 115; Sherlock Bldg. Ottloa hours 10-12; 2-B; evenings by appointment. Phonee: Office S41. Re-Bldeuce i;93. dental DR. M. J. GIBSON-DenUat, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeoaa, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone l'>71 DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce & Ollolirlst)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-I^entlsts Successors to Drs. at�w�n �nd Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Otile*. Hlr Inbotham Block. Phon* *74. OR. E. G. 8IMMONDS-Oenttst. member of Royal College o( SnrriOB*, (Bog.) Licentiate Royal CoUeiM cf Phrsloians (Loadoa.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlcs: S-t HlslD. botham Block. auctioneer W. L. WILSON-Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer, Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the WUaon li'ur. niturt Co., 404 13th St. N. i^hone 1023. Residence Phone C8G. Down, town office at the Lethbrldgo-Woy. burn Re.'ilty Co. Phone 1173. hay, grain, feed BAL^'TJAV'^'sfRAliV-Seed Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germination test. Feed of all kinds, carloads or less. Inquire for quota, tions, Storafte spacg tor rent. Frost proof basement for pftrishable goods, Hyde & Saunders, Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. 73-0 ADS I'll send you a maid who will coVne well recom-mended, who will fit Into the household and prove to be a fiplendld eervnnt. WESTERN hay, GR'aTn'aND PRO-DUCE CO.-Wholesale and Retail v Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falta. Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed M McMahon and C. McClenaghan, Snd Ave. South; Phono 496, Lethbrldge, Alberta. 73-0 Shoe Kepairs FRANK MILES-.'ill 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will ibo called for and delivered. 115-o lAMAWANTAD. it/fieltt, l!>l't, hy Be PoTe$t P�fi�r,) 25 Words, as cents an insertion. Sl:.'rnpral servant, he good plain cook. Apply Mis. Church, 2118 7th Avenue S. 138-;i WANTED-Men ana women lo learn the barber trade; wages while learn, ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, C04-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta, 209-0 situations wanted \V.\N'TK!5-Hosittou -as cook bv miii-illc aged lariv. Applv Mrs. Ceo. HiU Del UoniU^_\'iaMagrath, Alta. J40-2 \VA\TBD-I' woman seeks po-.sition as hou.sekeepex or any kind oi dailv work. Applv Mis.s Tavlor, 401 inthSt.N. I'hone_179�^__13(1-ti WA.N'TED-Position by vovuik man. High school education and commercial training, experienced in practical office workr; can operate typewriter, rei'ercnces. -Xpplv I''hone i'372, V. O. Box 304.____ _ _ 136-fi WANTED-Situation by marrlod" couple, both strong and able; no children; capable of handling any small farin; experienced in farm work; would work at reasonable wage If found satisfactory to both parties, and would .start work at once; nationality, Canadian. Address Box 45, Herald office. 137-6 to rent ^ i TllB VIC'roWA'jTANSioi^^ ! rent tiirnlhlVc'd'ben^BltUng'tJioinV^WJili' prlvato batli aild fftiirus^ rtf coihttiuii-; ity' kiLchch a\id' latmtlV'j' K dcsiml, al, ?10,00 par month; also furiiiahod.lhrcc-roomod housekoeplnf; flat.'at |20,00 per month,-Apply at the .Mnnsiona office, corner 3ri; nva, and lOtli st, 3. 135--I) TO ilKNT-Six roomed fully modern house on car Unn, rent ttiatoiiablc.. Apply 80iV �lli_Avc. S. ^__\ ,1'|�-!>. FOR HRNT, to reHponnn)lo party only, good, clean, wcll-furnishcd modurt\ house; Immodiate possoasiotr, for full parliculars call at 1'240 nth Ave, A. S. any evening^ frui]!^ ri_to 7j)�i^lJt(|-H FOR UKN'l'-StxMC on 5lh St. beside Wright's .IftwoUy rttoic, lately occupied hv II. Galvin. Apply Oc- lany's Ltd.' , >____130-0 'TO HK.N'T-'I'wo sloroy seven roomed house, fully tuodern, central, on car line; ininieiliatfi posaosBlon. Uont very moderate. Apply C. C. Pagnuelo. City. __^''''"~^i �TO UHNT-Full.v. modern dwclUnK, with nas ciiuneclloUK; 211 iOth si;. S,; iku'tly furnisfhcri, if retiuired.--Apply F. \V. Downer, '\'iotoria Mansions, or C. U. Itowman Agency, Acadia hidg.-,- 'jdiom^JI3r!:__116-(i  'I'D K1''.NT-Kuniisheil of imlurniahnd sfvoii vmiiued lumse, half block trom car.line, full basement and larg,.. ii1 lie, hot water, heal, electric ligliC, ' screen doors ami wiuilows, lar^e S'"^'' drn, luuu'li nf chickens for sale Applv lu K, ('line,-!l'2it lOlh St. south. ____J  l)tli-B' TO RF.NT-in room 'House, corner ot' 2nd Ave. and Sth St. S.. ct|Ulppod with gas, Kullnble for lodging, .house. Uca.soiiable rout lo sntififnctory ten-iiiil. Apply C. I). Dowmaii '.Vgeucy, Acadia Bldg., ;ird Avenue S.; Phono' i;�^. in;-0 T(j H'KN'i'-:;i9 !:uii st.'a.'l'TMmSd house, modem, newly ili;corated, good iiuvden. Apply at ouco to Arthur, llayr. 6th St. R. S5-0 TO HKNT-No.T'sTrlluicoiia Court, 4tli Ave. S., fully modern,,gas equipment. Apply C. IJ. Bowman Agency, Phone i:!2u. . , 125-0, FCMr^lYEN'i^S-roouT^rtrnTisUeiT^UouBeT modern; gas or coal; or will rent housol'-cepiiiK i'ooms; also a r>-rooni lioiiKi! on rear of lot; rent reasonable. -Cull at 422 Ith �t. S., hetwpcu IMl  and .'itli ave. ' 1."."-H TO liKNT-$li iier' i\iouTli,'ll07 llth SI. S., wat'.'i- and li.islit, decorated to suit teii.iut, or will sell ou very easy icnn-. .\pply I!. I'. Wallace, court.-house. US-1> lost-found LOST-On May 10, black silk lace scarf, either in Hudson's Bay store, or between that store and George Kerr's grocery store; finder will be llberally rewarded on returning same to Mrs, Duff. 750 7th ave, S. 135-6 board-rooms TO itlONl^l'^iriiisbcd roonTr^cm'^car, line, Willi leleiihoue connection; $10 per month.-Apiily (ilG 10th �t. 103-c)X UOO.MB " TO KKNT-KiVrnisheiri-ari;p' hrlRht rooms with all modern conveniences, ou car line, with Iclcphcuic connection. .\[)plv 12(1 l.'ilh slrcei, sovUti._ _ V^li-i^ KOO.M AXD'hO-ViI'D-For young men in n\odorn house: good locality; mod-' enite term,-!, .\pply .'iOt 14th. St. S. ., 132-^O.v' TO KENT-For a good room with all modem conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., applv y. .M. C. A. 2*4-0 miscellaneous for sale _ property. for sale for" SA"lE-Will .sell farm" in ReT-law district, $1200. Buy back at $1500 in ,5 annua! inslallmonls, K per cent., or sell outright $2000 cash. Box !.�> Herald onice. 139-3 miscellaneous wants WANTED-Stock saddle, state particulars and lowest cash price. Apply Box 48 Herald office. 139-6 WANTED-To rent a modern six ot eight roomed house, furnished or unfurnished. .A.pply Box to, Herald. 136-6 WANTED-Automobile, Ford preferred. Write giving cash price and full particulars regarding machine. P. 0. Box 354. t;U'-fi Get Yoiu* Farm Home from tlie Ciinadiau Pacific .A.n immense area of tho most for-tile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11.00 to $30.00 for farm lands with ample rainfall-irrigated lands from $35.00. Terms-One-Twentieth down; balance within twenty years. In Irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings; etc, up to $2,000; also repayable ill twenty years. Here is your opportunity to Increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as noighborB. For literature and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources CP.R. CALGARY^ - - - ALBERTA OR WILSON &. 3KEITH . Agents - - Lethbrldge, Alberta F(JK 8At.,l';-One Ford, touring caV,^ 1!>I2 model, good comlition, coinplelc with electric lights, good iirrs. Vricn $300 cash. Applv Box 50 Herald f) Hi ce^___. , ' 14 0-6 FOR .S.\LK-One delivery wagon,, lorry style, capacity LIOO lbs. Will " .sell very cheap.. One dipping ina-chiiic with extra cutters, poultice hoots, complete line of horse blankets of the best matvvial and designs, all in good condition ; also a full line of new hrushea, etc. Will, sell everything at a very low price, f". jC. Pagnuelo Wine L^i:'i''A*''' ^�'P'^ 'phone 1!>|2._ 135-6 l-'OU SALE-Sefef1^^|Y.V^tl^�m"' cyllh-' dcr Indian inotorcytic'Vvith-'Sidecar ill good running conditipu.; $250 cash. .�\pplv C. .S., Modi!IJlakcry; city, . . FOrt .S/\LIO~Clcan seed wheat, bats,, ami western rye gras.s. The Noble Foundations, Ltd., Nbblcford, Alia. �.. :. '--/�';-_' 100-0 SECOND-HANb FUfiNITURE-It y'ou ha to either buy or sell on commission for you; satisfaction "giiiivantpdd.-Olty Secouil-lland Store,-4^6 5lh st. S. llio-i! FOlTs ALl'T-TiolTl'lWi'hTiO^^ 1 lobby bar and cafe: four blofc(ts from Great .Norlberji^. Jepol. ifenl.''reasonable; aalisfacturv �lease-Vvrite, New Milwaukee llolel. Great FhUsi Mont. . , . jiiij-6 Ft) 11^ S.\ i.I'i-f,'p-IiiHHTger t-( lave anything to digpo^e .of. don't fail ;o see tho City Secdnd-Hand storiS; we VULCANIZING VULCANIZING-Tho Lolhbridgo Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all klndS' and guarantee their work. 15. Chap, lin & Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Mc-Nabb'B Saddlery. 126-0 J, n HEIiPERSOti -3IGHT SPECIALIST W/J'uf .it V^'MjiAIJ' ijy.,-(Ul>i MOdRi 10 SU *.M. -2 t.S P>l ThL STAR.^AlNi,CQMPANY � I)^a1lnlln^^,Palulili^ilvporlldl^J'Jillp. Cxn idgc PaJnliiuvSignWril iiig R.\ii\ls �t.ya.nvisl\. WRBrowh.Phop HuuBucPl) W20 ". saLe or'ixt;MA^G|J ' for^salC^or'tioCde-B'^aTFrult lands, in the colobrated � Tobbacb Plains near Flagstone, B. C, climate Ideal. For information apply LetU-bridgo-Woyburn Roillty ; Co.. Ltd.. 1262 1st Ave: South; ' 6?-0 land for sale tenders FOR SALE-,M a bargain, 160 acres of land ; also oil on same ; within foijr mili-s of'the'. Fptcitioiilj, well ; will sell land or '.leasiB,.separ.^ ately. Apply V,. H. i''arr6w. Box 477, Lethbrldge, or office of ijethbridga I^aundry Co., Ltd. 121-0 Sealetj ieiidert? w;ill be received up 4^ ) nooii oil Satunia'y, May 29th, 11)15 !' to for six hundred cubic yards, iporc ot less, of gravel suitable for ballasting Street Hailwi\y track, (xruvol to be hauled and (leilvorcd as reciuirod to L^th Str{�t iNortli, betwcun the Subway and -Ninth Avenue North. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. AUTHUR REID, C()inmi.s.sioncr Public I'tllities., I ^ 130-3 I Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Careful and Prqmpt Service ;