Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MAY 31, 1915 TONIGHT "GOOD-BYE SUMMER" A Two-Reel Feature A Two Keel Vitagraph Special "Brandon's Last Kide" Sophie STARLAND and Its depth of emotion and fascln- ntiiiK Impression. The unique feature of "Fablola" is historical trulh. Moat of the loading characters, us the pagan Emperor Mnslinlim; Sebastian. Ihe valiant commander of Ihe Imperial Hody Guard; I'nm-ratlus, noble NOTICE To LARS NOLAND. ES8., YOU llKHKBY NOTIFIED Hint The Standard Trusts Company or er ear, as contemporaries of Diocletian the. 117 M FRESQ 5 CHEERFUL AND AIRY well-known persecutor ot the Christian "Vartv'rlirlBtliiii lite with its suffer- ings ami Iriumps has never Jjeen pre- sented so hemitlfiiKv. nor ever reveal- ed so impressively in ils attractive loveliness as by that novel of the S'-eat Irish Cardinal.. i Neither time nor money has been spared to make its singing Lctl1; bridpe a success. The costumes will 1 produce with historical accuracy me fashions of those clays. The scenery of Rome and the undcij-'round chureli, known ns the Catacombs, will sur- round the spectator right from the start with the atmosphere of old perial Home. I Lovers of dramatic art m tlie ri'f ,..-o eagerly wailing to see "Kabiola on a local stage. j PARAMOUNT TOMORROW JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS MARGUERITE CLARK In Harold McGralh's most Romantic Novei "THE GOOSE GIRL" A SUPERB PRODUCTION IN FIVE PARTS "The Sheriff's Streak of Yellow" A TWO PART DRAMA Other Pictures of Quality The Popular Lyric Quartette We Have Exclusive Rights on Both gnn thom against yon on the 1st dtty of December, 1914. coverlns all of Sec- tion Klvo Township Two llause- Twenty-thrr-r West of tlie Meridian In die Province of Alberta, and that If you do not pay the amount of the Judgment and rosts and interest thereon from the day ot February. 1915. wllhln two months from date, an application will ire made that the mortgaged premises be sold and that (he amount realized by such sale, be applied in nayinont of the judgment obtained against yon. and for a judgment airainst you for any deilciency. "Hated at the City of Calgary this day of Hay. A.D. 1015. SHORT.'ROSS. SELWOOD SHAW M'AYHOOD. Solicitors for the Plaintiff. No. 0. MARGUERITE The feature-at the Empress for to- and tomorrow will ba The Goose Girl." Harold McGrath's most romantic "oval, pictured by the Lasky Feature NOTICE To ANTHON JOHNSON. ESQ.. Cardston. Alberts. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That The Standard Trusts Company have recovered judgment against yon the sum of S3.G70.77 and taxed novel, pictured by tlie Lash> ju Uie sum qf 53 taxed Play Co.. with Marguerite costs of making in all tlie sum coss 1 of in respect of a mortgage rlu> Hll. rcle of 83.792.35, in respect ot a monsuBu Uark in the title re e. inr. I foreclosure action instituted by them Count von HeroecK is secretrj mat mat on 4th ried. and it is the wisu oi ms ayiiis East Half of Sec- i._ t tl.m'r- lit r la crirl llP DrOll-I 111 I _ mi___ ir in Tivn I "ORPHEUM! Vaudeville and Pictures LAWRENCE and LAWRENCE In Rube and the Girl A Screaming Vaudeville Act Under the Table Two Part Comedy; 2000 feet of Hearty. Measure of a Man Northern Drama beautifully let. ed, In Two Plrtt WINNING THE PRIZE Comtdy of Merit..... 6e 10c -.The Celebrated Roman Drama lirF.lve Actt, adopted from Car- dinal Wlaeman's famous novel, again be staged by pSt Patrick's Dramatic Society .under the AuspiGM 'of the DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE Ont Half of the Proceeds goes to the l.p.D.E. Majestic Theatre Thursday, June 3rd CHILDREN 25c. TICKETS.........50e and 75c Tickets can be exchanged for reserved at Hedley's Drug Store. MAJESTIC Next Friday and Saturday JUNE 4th AND 5th TWICE NIGHTLY AT 8.00 AND 9.30 Special Matinee Saturday The World's Greatest Dramatic Spectacle "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" WITH AN ALL STAR CAST OF CELEBRITIES 25c and 15c Matinee 15c and 10c wife that their little girl be brought up a great lady. To carry out this he has gypsies kidnap bis own daughter away. The Princess is aban. doned bv the gypsies, and adopted b> peasants', growing up as a "gocse girl, er the Count informs the uuMf ih'e Princess has been found producing a coat and locket which had belonged to her as evidence. The vonne King of Jugendheit Is ofllcialrj betrothed to ihe Princess, but does not wish to marry a woman be has never -een. so disguises himselt. and meets the "goose whom he res- cues from unwelcome attentions and with whom he falls in love. A bullet wound which the Princess had receiv- ed in her shoulder when she was lid. napued, identities her, and all ends happllv. The play is a magnificent production, and is full of romantic in- terest throughout. There will be other excellent pic- tures, including "The Sheriff's Streak of and a song by the popular Lyric Quartette.___________ CONDITIONS IN ALBERTA The editor of the Farmers' Forum in the Winnipeg Free Press recent J snent t'.vo weeks in Sunny Alberta horse shows, bull sales and I OUPERFLOUS HAIR other diversions, and incidentally SHA.MPOOING-MI. making short trips into the country j and Retting some idea ol genera con- ditions, and the general conditions tion Three Township Two Range Twenty-four West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta; and that if you do not pay tile amount of the judgment and costs and interest thereon from the 1st day of December. 1914. within two months from date, ail application will Toe made that the mortgaged premises be sold mid the amount realized by such ?ale be applied in payment of.' the judgment obtained against you and for judgment against yon for any de- ficiency. Dated at the City of Calgary this :Sth day of May. A.D. 1915. SHORT, ROSS. SELWOOD. SHAW JIAYHOOD, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. No..P. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful and Prompt Pony Express and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYINQ TRUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED Phone 688 TENDERS FOR LABOR Tenders will be received by tfce undersigned up to Saturday, June 5tih, 1915, for tho labor only on from one to ten elevators in Alberta. Full particulars will be sirppHed on application. .Lowest or anr tender not necessar- ily accepted. E. J. FKBAjr, Secretary-Tree su re r. The Alberta Fanners Co- operative Elevator Co., Limited, Calgary, Alia. TEXDEES WANTED Tenders will foe received by the undersigned up to Saturday. June 5th, 1915, for the erection o' ten elevators in Alberta, materials. from one to including a Full particulars imd tender forms will be supplied on application. 'Lowest or any tender not necessar- ily accepted E. J. FREA1I. Secret ary-Treasurer, The Alberta Farmers Co- operative Elevator Co.. Limited. Calgary. Alta. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE "THE .1915 FOLLIES" COMING Lethhridge playgoers will welcome the announcement of the engagement of the "1915 who are booked to appear .at tlie Majestic Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday, June S and 9. The company this season are pre- senting a miscellaneous programme of originalities, cleverly portrayed and brilliantly humorous throughout. Ev- ery member, of the company is an art- ist of distinction, and, what is still more important, versatility, for the versatile, element in the "1915 Follies" Is the one to'which must be attributed their unusual success. The company J. C. Hilliam, an author and composer "of international repute. Popular prices will prevail for the local engagement, and seats will he on sale at the Hedley Drag Co. shortly. "DAMON AND PYTHIAS" AT MAJESTIC FRIDAY dltions, arm nit. 'are decidedly good. It must be un- derstood, however, that this has no reference to business in the towns, little or big, but only to general aericuitmal and live stock matters. "Seeding has progressed well, m some districts in the south it is prac- tically completed, but in the north, will be in full swing for another month. The soil all over the province is in good condition, there being both north and south a plentliul amount oi moisture to start the seed. Up to April 31, in spite oi warm weather, the grass 'had made very lit- tle progress because there had been practically no rain since the snow K.M. HOlmSS graduate o! the Pennsylvania Ortho- pedic' Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnaaycs went away. On the 21st, however, there was a very general snow storm, the fall varying from two to it was .__. In parts accompanied by cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Treatments, Electrolysis and pboiDg Treatments given by JP1 pointment only. Room I. Hul'. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Haarlem's Private Hospital Maternity Home. Special rttea giv- en on application. 1284 7th Arenat South. Phone __ _ DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 125S. OR. Sherlock Block. Residence, sixth Arenm. Office hourt Oflce Phone S19; 10H. Ere. Nun aid Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours eveninfs by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341. Re- sidence UNDERTAKING Funeral 'Director and Bmbalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite House. Phone 561 EesL dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. 11, Wilb "i j winds and a blizzard that would have HURST EMBALMER i F.UN- done credit to Manitoba in 1 9. V. g raged for some six or seven.houis ERAL DiKt Drifts in many places were irom two rnoue _ 43_0 to three feet'deep, and there was I pretty sharp frost on the night of the 21st, and a little on. the night of the 22nd. These frosts, however, did no harm, and the snow did an enormous PIANO TUNING coming very Everywhere the :ning green and the grass fast. This is a god-send story of man's friendship has to tlie cattle men who have had pretty tough time during the winter owing to the high- price of feed and the scarcity of it in some districts. There will, uT course be consider- able amount of increase in the wheat ireas, but hardly G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Plarer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn.. London, England Reference to the .leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th 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 Block. 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce uate University ot Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrtdge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, His- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Rovsl College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Oflce: Iligln- botham Block. much _r ____.....__________ people anticipated. The farmers o! lived more vividly through all the'Alberta have had a very sharp les- ages than that of "Bamon and' son on iced shortage and as there is Pythias." EVerv man, woman and; every indication of cattle being a child has felt.its thrilS and has been'high price they are very wisely seed- uplifted by its enobling sentiment. It j ing heavily to oats, and, where it- will be presented at the Majestic The- has been possible to obtain the seed, atre on Friday and Saturday next in to barley. There will also be a lot spectacular s'hape, the triumph of -f vprv rnnsidc photo drama-making from the wonder- ful Universal studios. It wBi be in six parts, and all of its scene show Greece in its day of glory. GRAIN STEALER-------- WILL STAGE "FABIOLA'' GOES TO JAIL ROMAN DRAMA .-Macleod, aMy with stealing a. quantity of wheat, the property of Adam Fortuna of Fish- burn, Jacob Heppner, another ranch- er of that district, appeared before Judge in the District Court. tost1 week, and being found guilty of I "Fahlola." which only in minor parts j the charge, was sentenced to sii has been equalled by Slonklewlcz's months' imprisonment and fined "Quo but was never surpass- THE 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists In chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair, ing and altering our-specialties. Rig mils and delivers. Phone 1812. .It is-now decided definitely that the great. Roman drama "Fabiola" will be staged on Thursday, June 3, in the Majestic theatre. The powerful play is a dramatization of turnips and a very considerable amount of winter rye will be seeded during August. Small quantities oi winter rye" were seeded last year and have proved a great success. H is possible to pasture the rye until the early part of June and it will then have sufficient time to grow up and mature a crop. On the Jarm of the Hon. Duncan Marshall, eight miles east of Olds, shcsp, cattle and horses were seen pasturing on winter rye CLEANING AND DYEING TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING Kingston 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement forms sent tc out of town PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOB Kay HOI 7th Avenue North. which was green and luoh, while the The powerful p ay is a dramauzauon Vii urn of Cardinal Wiseman's famous surrounding praine was still brown or a further six months. I ed in its wealth of soul-stirring scenes and There will he very material in- CANADIAN PACIFIC General Change of Train Service EFFECTIVE MAY 31, 1915 Full Purticulari from (II SPECIAL one and two, "Imperial Limited" will not carry day coaches between Winnipeg and Reyelstoke and only holding sleeping car accommodation can travel be- tvcw these and intervening points on these, trains. DISTRICT PAS8ENOEH AQfSNT, CALGARY crease in the areas seeded to alfalfa, but very little flax will be seeded. As far as could be ascertained busi ness is slowly but steadily improving in the cities. They arc not over al. their hard places yet by any means, j but it would seem the bottom had been touched and all movement tor the future must necessarily he up- ward. There is a total absence of flamboyant optimism of a few years ago, and its place has been taken by a quiet, steady courage and a deter- mination to farm along right lines that certainly incidates success in the future. Half part per million of iron in I water is detectable by taste and four lor five parts make water unpalatr- lahlc. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. Lethbridge Medicine Hat Winnipeg ea Accountants Accountancy In all its branches: Audit, Ad' visory." and Trust Work, Inves-. ttgalions, Liquidations. Building, Lethhridg. Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartiired Accountant (Sr.ot) MEDICAL DENTAL AUCTIONEER I'll tend you a maid who will come well mended, who will fjt Into houiiehold and prove to be i iplendld tervant. THIS VICTOjflA.MANSIQNS offers for i-lit Iitrnlslioil.ucU-HlUliig room, with jrivuto bath inul.fron .uso oE conirnun- ly liik-lreu and laundry it desired, at :IO.OO pnr month: aluo turnlihod three- housekeeping flat ut per ut I he Mansions office, jonier Ilrd nvo. mid 1nl.li Hi. TO roomed fully'modern louse 01.1 car line, rent reasonable. Dili Ave. S., 140-6 .'Oil ItENT-Stoic on 5th St. be- side Wright's Jewelry store, lately occupied by II. Galvlu. Apply De- aurs aloroy seven ;d house, fully modem, central, o( line; Immediate possession, llenf moderate. Apply C, C. Pasmioln Mty. I'O modern dwelling, with gas connections1; 2il 10th st. 15.: rartly furnished, if W. Downer, Victoria Mansions, or C. 11. Bowman Agency, Acadia bldg.: phone 1325.- TO room ftouse, corner ot 2nd AVO. and 8th St. S., equipped with gas, suitable for lodging house. Reasonable ronl to satisfactory ten- ant Apply 0. B. "Bowman Agency. Acadia BldE.. 3rd Avenue S.; Phone 1325. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion, Six Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN. ADVANCE. SITUATIONS VACANT ana women to leurn the harbor- trade; wages whils learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue tree. JMoler Barber College, 604-A Centro Street, Calgary, Alta. jliatole Apply at 313 good r must ibring references. 12th Street South. SITUATIONS WANTED woman sects po- sition as housekeeper or any kind o1 daily Apply Miss Taylor, -10 19th St. N. Phone MISCELLANEOUS WANTS" saddle, state par- ticulars and lowest cash price. Ap- ply Box -IS Herald ollice. TO KENT 1'b 13th SL S., S roomed louse, modern, newly decorated, good Apply at bnoo to Arthur Hayr. CtU'St. S. TO 5 Strathcona Court, Itli Ave. S.. fully modem, gas equip- ment. Apply C. 13. Bowman Agency. Phone 1325. TO month, 1107 -llth St. S., water and light, decorated t" suit tenant, or will sell on very easy terms. Apply K. P. Wallace, court house. Ii'L'KN'ISlIED loca- tion, modern and comfortably furnish- without house-keeping privi- leges, at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, Room Union Bank build- l-tl_-l TO room, on car line, with-telephone connection; 110 per 61S 10th st: lOS-ox ROOM AND young men in modern house; good locality; mod- crate terms. Apply 801 14th St. S. FOR SALE OR: B.' C. Fruit lands, In the celebrated Tohbaco Plains near Flagstone, B. C., climate ideal.- For- information bridge-Weyb'urn'' Realty Co..' Ltd., 1262 1st Ave. South. 6P -0 FOR At a .bargain, 160 acres cl lir.i also oil lease on same within four miles of the Foremost well will sell land or lease separ- ately. Apply O. S. Farrow, Box 477, W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sale specialty. Office at the Wilson s mtim Co., 404 13th St. N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- j town office at the Lethbridge-Wey-, burn P.ealty Co. Phone 1173. SALE OR EXCHANGE LAND FOR SALE or office' Laundry Co., Ltd. ot Lethbridge FOR Ford'touring car, 1912 model, good condition, complete with electric lights, good tires. Price cash. Apply Box 50 Herald office. HATCHING EGGS EGGS FOR Wyandotte eggs at half price. After May loth 1 will supply eggs from 'my prize win- ning pen containing 1, and 4 pul- lets and 2nd prize cock, at Lethbridge 1914 show for ?1.50 per Betting. Also Buff Orpington eggs at ?1.00 per set- ting. W-yatt, Diamond City. Potatoes FOR [or seed anil table use. Apply Allan .Jack, 1217 2nd V.-C. Hl-6 FOR Ohio ply 913 ethist. S., or 'phono 1912. 142-6 tTfisTpAGE' 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. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed .of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. Storage space for rent. Frost proof basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. p. O. Box 112. NOTICE -TO CYCLISTS J. "PEARSON who has had 20 years' experience in Making and Repairing Bicycles WANTS: YOUR'WORK. Every piece of. work turned, out guaranteed to give satisfaction. Tires and all -Accessories stocked. 6th St. Herald Office. I TO a good room with all modern convenlencesj steam heat, ihower baths, plunge, etc., apply T. M. C. A. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Urin cylinder, chain drive, with tan- 1cm attachment, guaranteed excellent, condition. Will sell for cash or easy payments Trial run arranged any L Bo.v. 23, .Herald. 141-11 ll.p.. -twin cylinder j Indian motorcycle, with sidecar: in, condition; ApplV'e: S.'.'.Model-Bakery. City. 1-I2-6X seed, germina- tion test it's good, it's well rip- ened, it's clean; it's -for sale at ?S.oO per lOC'Ib. sack; lots, less than lOOlbs. Ic'per McD. Davidson, Cop.' dale. Alta. FOR wheat, oats, and western rye grass. The Noble Foundations, Ltd., Nohlefard. Alta. LOST AND FOUND WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al. falfa, Illue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. MeMahon aud G. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Letabridge. Alberta. MONUMENTS Shoe Kepairs FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and nlioos will -be called for and doliveted. VULCANIZING Lethbridge Vul- canizing specialists, produce work In auto tiro repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chap- lin Son, props., old Sporting Goods stand, on 5th St. S., rear Me- Nabb's Saddlcfy. THE STAR, PAINT Con RANY pivi.ilillfi.l'nVnliiijS.fKlxTHanOilIC ArrwiijV inf mslv PBOP HuuBLK.PKnn.7ZO Headstones and 1500 gold .cuff link with small diamond in centre. Apply Herald An Eastman Kodak contain- ing a roll of films, with two pictures taken Lost either on- 4th Avenue or on road to St. Mary's on Saturday. Finder will he rewarded by returning to 1234 4th Avenue Soutlh. G Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A call to thia number will bring a Prompt Response for Praying AND HEAVY Coal, VVoodl'sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. The City Cartage Co. Office at Elite, Cigar Store. SHERLOCK of .every description in ado to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cat Stone Works OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFE. TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most'up-to-dale bulldlog In the Wnsl. Coolest in summer. Fire and sound-proof construc- tion. .JShjv.iaor..service every day ot from a.m.'to 10 p.m Running water 'In all suites. Oas; Installation for domestic use. Furnishing by arrangement. All enquiries it building any bell in hall.