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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACT TWO 7 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1915 FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENTS ANDREW FIVE ACTS FIVE ACTS TONIGHT 'THE RAGGED EARL" OS2S1.% Dancer and the King' 1 U IN lllll 1 A BLANEY FEATURE PHOTOPCAY IN WAR, WEEKLY ALSO SOME QOOD' COWEDY I EMPRESS 5 TONIGHT On The Night Stage A Mutual Mailer Picture, featuring Robt. Edison and W. S. Hart. This picture Is being shown in the city for the second time, by special request. Owing to numerous enquiries, the management have- decided to run for one night more. CHAELIE CHAPLIN in (2 acts) "WORK" and other features, ably presented ty E. Long's celebrated afercga- tipn. of girlish All? of- the 'old' lavoriks, including Thom'He'Uen, Ina- Mitchell, Pa'te- Ilcnryi White, Lillian Deily, Joy Johnston, ,ancl Billie O'Neill, are still ;n-ith the company, iu addition to whpnva num- ber ol new laces .will be seen. pcrary Mary" will also be presented speciailv for children at the. matineo on Saturday. "The Dream'Girl'1 will be the oiter'ins for Friday night.-and "Uaron Humbug" will be seen on Saturday Popular prices will prevail, and reserved seats arc now si.I ing at the Hedley Drug Company store. The curtain will rise promptly each S.30. SITUATIONS VACANT TRAIL OF THE LONESOME WANTED Energetic, ambitious young man 17 or 18 years of age, lor general cilice and watLhouso work. Ap- plv J. B. Turner Co., 1245 '2nd S. competent- general s vai.t by Nov. "15th. Middle age pre- ferred. 'Family ot two. -Must be Rood cook. Apply Miss Heten Christie, Dia- mond City, Alberta.___ 273-0 girl to take "out baby in the afternoon. Apply 1020 3rd Ave. south. _______274-0 while enthusiasm of youth in .action, [and the will be shown. It is June's primitive character is wonder- the story of a king who falls in love funy developed by. the deft skill oi with a dancer, and both figure prom- the er dramt'ist' in transferring i inently in a revolution. The picture jjr. Fox's book-girl to the stage. big .The scenic conception oi the lonely pine, the cabin the conquest of the Gap form a moving 'background, full of color and naturalness enhancing AT THE ORPHEUM At the Orphenm for the last time to- night the big feature, "The Dancer WHEN YOU COME TO Great Falls, Montana, is a thriller and should draw crowd. Night will be shown again this evening. Many saw the picture last night and pronounced it a dandy. STOP AT New James Hotel Right In the" Shopping and Modern TWO BLOCKS FROM ALL DEPOTS 71 BOSTONIANS AT MAJESTIC TOMORROW When the famous Bostonians pre- !y. j every performance. ieste tomorrow night onH, sent "Tiprerarr.Marv" at the. >ia the bfe success in CW- St., Calgary. WANTED-GiFl to assist in general housework. No or cooking. JIust be fond of ch.l.dren. Good home for right party. Apply to 618 6th Ave. south. _________274-0- good Uacksmith, must be good hprseshper and all round blacksmith. Wages per plv to A. J. Bergerson, Bow Island, Alta._________________________273-3 understanding handle our Trade Prp- moters on commission basis. Good proposition for hustler. Apply Devon- ian Specialty Co., 16 Armstrong phia. enchanting capacity horses .at git _ Calgary, Alhcrta. 273-6 AT THE EMPRESS The feature, in five parts, "On the the portrayal of the primitive hie oi the Cumberland "hills which John Jr., has .so cleverly conceived in bMk form with deep j---- and sympathy. The" .production ran six wceVs in Boston and ss'.-eh WfeVs in Philadel- .A similar recep- jcaLii. luiiiuiAu.. mtrn inn i ork ers he accorded one of the big- for one gest theatrical treats for Thursda w lltn the timelv mus'cal comedv is brim- at maid Mrs Bnmner, 652 llth St S Apply ful Qf new novelties, dances, BAND .COSY ROLLER RIXK TONIGHT E 00 TO 10 30 BELLOWS AND FINCH, FOR BEST RESULTS Absolute Safety and Quick Returns, SHIP YOUR GRAIN James Richardson Sons DAILY-QUO- Hyde Saunders P. O. Bgx 112 Phone 1244 District LADIES' LOOK YOUNG, DARKEN GRAY HAIR Use Old Time Saae Tea jnd Sulphur and Nobody will Know Gray hair, however handsome, de- notes advancing a'ge We all know tl.e advantagesTof a youthful appear- ance.' Your hair, is your charm. It makes' or. mars the face. .-When it fades, turns gray and looks'.dry, wispy and scragsly, Just a few applications of Sage :Teav_ahd enhances its: appearance a hundredfold Jion't stay gray1 Look young1 Eith the tonic at liome or get -from any drug store a nO-cent bottle of "Sage and Sulphur Com- pound' Thousands tOf folks recom mend this ready to-use 'pieparation, it darkens .the hair beautiful- ly and dandruff, stons scalp itching and "falling hair, besides, no one can possibly it darkens; so naturally and e-venly. -Tou. moist- -a sponge.-or soft, it, the half, .taking one small'strana at a time; ByiTmorn- ing the gray hair after another application or two itp natural canable elderlv Eng llsh woman position as housekeeper to widower or bachelor, fair plain "ook, ranch or fown. Disengaged Nov. 12th. Apply E. J. C.; care of T. L. N'dblejord, Alta.' waitress. Ap- Dlv Alexandra Hotel. TRHESHING HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters. per day; field pitchers per. day; spike pitchers 50 per day; long; jun Apply J Harris Co, P O. Box 531. Phonu 1412 DO YOU WANT AH EXTRA SIX TO TEV DOLLARS, WEEK dustrious persons wall he provided homework on Auto- Khittmg Machines _ unne- cessary, distance immaterial, war orders urgent Write today for rates of pay, etc, enclosing addressed stamped envelope Auto-Knitter Hos- iery' Co., Dept: College St., Toronto No Y MISCELLANEOUS WANTS experienced lady, po- sition .m housekeeper. City preferred. Apply jjerald._________313-C Quarts" morning's milk delivered lu tlio city. Apply box 15, Herald.______L 271-3 buy, quantity PROFESSIONAL CARDS good two year old helters. S'. Noble, Nqbloford, Alta. .of Apply 0. WANTBiD-rTypowrltor, in good con- dition. Must bo cheap for cash. Ap- ply 30. Herald. near from owner of good quarter or half section of land for sale. Apply N. B. Peat ft Co., Room 10, Maodonald Blk. TO RENT SUPERFLOU3 HAIR I K. M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Electrolysis and Sham- pootnK Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. FOR roomed, fully mo-1 dcrn house with gas, three doors from car line. Immediate possession and good terms to small family. Ap- p.ly_BoxJC, Herald. good: locality, fully modern house with gas, a month. Apply Box XX, Herald. 273-Ox TO in cement ment; 100'xW. Apply North Market, HOI 5th AT6. N. Phone 1845. rent, eight or nine roomed house In good condition Write full particulars to Box 49 Her- ald office. TO 234 20tli St. North, near 2nd Ave. Five rooms, large kitchen, pantry, cement basement. 59.00 per month. Apply 407 12th St. A North.. TO roomed, modern house, well situated. Apply P. O. Box f furnished rooms to two respectable young men. Apply Mrs. Forbes, 225' 16th St. N. 274-1 TO room fully modern iiouse, furnished, gas connection, rent very reasonable. Also a five room house ou rear of lot; modern, cheap in. Apply 422 4th Street South. TO Monarch Theatre North Lethbridge; can be made money maker. For all particulars apply to Fred W. Downer, Victoria .Mansions, City. TO seven and 1 twelve roomed bouse, fully can be heated with coal or gas, 6th St. S., close In. Will reut reasonable. Ap- ply C. B. Bowman or owner. Ed. Mc- Kenzie, Phone R-1119. TO furnished bedroom, fully modern house; 9tU St. S. TO office, also a small store, both well lighted and Apply J. D. Hlginbotham. TO rooms and bath room, modern with gss connections, storm windows 'and doors; close in; near two car lines; very moderate rental. Apply Mrs. W. J. McCamWy, 639 6th St. South. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE LAN11 FOR SALE per color Is restored "and it 'be thick glossv and lustrous, and vou appear years younger J 13 HJginbotham Co., Limited; Advertise- ment. Lethbridge Monumental Cot Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Floor, Hull Block. John Billings Co. Ltd. -___________Grain Merchants. 5th St. 8. Lethbridge Phone 1425 THE LAND TITLES ACT. MORTGAGE SxlLE OF FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of sale provided by this Land Titles 117 1 Act and under a certain mortgage If OFKS nhich will be produced at the time 'of the sale, the South.East: Quarter of Section 13 in 22, West :of-tlie 4Hi Meridian, Al- iherta, will be offered for pub- lic auction at the Court House, Leth- bridge, Aliberta, at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 13th day-of November, A. D. 1915. The vendor is informed that the above property consists of. 160 acres, more or-less; situate about "9 miles from Nobleford.'Post .Office and Rail- way. Station. The. vendor is also, in- formed that the lands 'contain- the following. Improvements: a one-storey house 22x24, a barn 24x16, a board shed, with ftoard'. The property is fenced on three sides and Contains, a well. .The soil Is choco- late loam withi'.bFack' gumbo sub-soil and about 90 acres have 'been brok- PAJ acres, one mile from Weybum line: per s acres six miles from line threshing 50 bushels per -acre. Apply T M Huff, ioom 10, Alberta Block, P 0 Box 457, City. AUTCPBARGAIN-Tourihg car. Big enough for six. {450.00 takes it, good looler, good shape Quick sale CadillacJJarage__________273-6 FOR bred Collie pups -Males females Address ft. M. Watson, Havbuttf Alberta. 273-6 FOR horse, weight 1400 or over. Apply T. Mc- Neil, 1412 7th Ave. S. 273-6 GRAIN! Have you a car on track? our bids. A trial will ronvince. CONtMMMENTS WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Merchants Phone 1313 WTO josr Dullness quick and Intelligent attention jMM-4fi 7th ttnft South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K, PORTER, Minijer Lethbridge Branch. Grain Eichanie i Bank of Nova The property will" he sold subject to a.TeseiTfi price and' subject to .the taxes .for the. current year and to the reservations and-- conditions-, contain- ed in the original grant' from; the Crown or appearing upon the exist- ing Certificate of Title, also subject to any Statutory charges for seed grain or other relief if any. TERMS OF SALE Terms of sale to be 20 per cent, in cash-at the time of the sale, the bal- ance'within 30.days, cither all cash or part thereof, namely, by mortgage' at' 8 .per .cent, per annum, j payable on the'lst November 1916, 1917 and 1918 and the balance on 1st November Other terms and conditions to be made known at For further particulars apply the undersigned LENT, JOXES, MACKAY fc MANN, Barristers, etc., Drain Exchange.Building, Alberta. Solicitors for the vendor. DATED this 8th (lay of October, A. D. 1915. (ggt.) W. Forbes, Rcflitrar Ad. No. V BIGGEST BARGAIN jn Alberta, quar- ter section ad joining, 'town of-Burdett, part subdivided three years ago for you can have it for Store building in Bow front, refused for it 18 months ago; you can. have it for Pool hall building, the lot is you can have the building-and lot for .160. acres 3 miles from Maple- refused three years ago, will take bridge. FOR section of'land 4% miles west of Lethbridge, .fenced; house and stables, two wells Apply J B Allen, Box 581 City FOR SALE OR RENT-v-For :3 or '5- years, 640 acres .in Sundial; district; good soil, good buildings, 530_ acres cultivated, acres" summer Write owner, "W. D. Hodgson, Sundial A-lta., next week, then Ashland, Ore. CITY OF LETHBRIOGE Final Court of Reviden of Voterl' Lilt The undermentioned applicants -to be placed on Voters' List are hereby notified that the Final Court of Revi- sion" on the Voters' List "will be held in the Council Chamber oir Monday, the 8th day ot November at 10 o'clock a.m, E. R. J. Folstcr. David Hume. Fred Wellsnian. Frank E. Owen. It. H. Sherlock. In consequence oi the .above appli- cants not giving sufficient particulars or reasons for the Council Jo discern their qualifications according- to. the Charter, it is necessary that .they ,ap- J RUSSELL OLP'ER, Ad No F Clerk of the Court RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge by the Job FOB style No. 11, cabinet type, no records, in good or der Cost J137 Will sell for fiO Box 29 Herald. FOR Lincoln rams, 5, years old. Price per head. Ap- ply Tennant Buokbly, Milk River, AJberta FOR head of. good.dairy cows and 16 head of young stock, with half section of pasture and feed for ifinter. Or will sell stock separ- ate and .rent farm. Apply W. S. Johnson, general delivery, Lethbridge Alberta. ii CHIROPRACTORS SMITH (H. Smith 4 Mr.. spinal adjustments will cvi'Q your chronic complaints. Call in and talk It over. Office 003 fill Avo. S. Hours 2..5; Phone 1677. I VI AVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for com- munlcatlons to' Manager, Box 192, Taber. Alberta. PIANO TUNJNQ G. H. EX'PER'T .Player-Piano arid Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certincat'e JIT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to' the leading I musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 1203 6th Ave. A South. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accouchor. p.m.- Offlco 814 third-Avenue. Phone 1283. DR. TAYLORi-Kar, ISye, Throat; 115 Sherlock -Bids: Office "hours ovouihgB by uotnlment. Pliouca: Office 341. Re- I DENTA DR. M. J. Royal Colloge of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and h'oldor of a Dominion Dental Certificate.. Office: Rooms S nod 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs.. Courtice ft uate University ot Maryland. 'Rooms 5 urid" 9. Mucdonald Block. 'Phone 1165, Lethbridps, Alta. x DRS. MARKS and MARRS-rDcntUts. Successors to Drs. Stewart'and Ciure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlj-. inbotham Block. Phone 874. CR. E. G. SIMMONDS Dentist, mem" ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate- Royal 'College of Physicians (London.) LJXS. 1900." Hours: 1-5. Office: 6-S Hlg- inbotham Block. 'PRIVATE HOSPITAL AUCTIONEER' W. L. WILSON, Llcennd Auctloiwer, All of sales conducted. reasonable.Y'- Prompt Job lots of stocks of morchandliio purchased..: :l will nlpo buy .the en- .tire -contents' of. furnished .houses. Head office at ihe: Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13tb North, tetfebridge. Prone 1023. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of your- farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult; Frank Waddlngton, Loth- bridge, "who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangsrn and Paluten; Kalsc-mtnlng, General Decoratlnt and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The .oldest esta-blished Pamlem in Lcthbrldie. Phono 1472; offloe phone Bldj.. bridge. Alts. DYEING AND CLEANING I THE VALET-rSpecialista In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to tarn out every piece of work at its bMt Only the- most scientific methods applied without, injury to garments. Our work -Is sure to please yon. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812. 324 Sixth'-Street-South. OUR, CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- INS re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city Phone 444 PRIVATE HQSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital anil Maternity Homo. Special1 rates giv- en nn application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74G. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- iie Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 661. Re- sidence 284 7th AVB. S., Phone 1176. Open day and night. S V. A Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South: Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, .FEED BALED HAY AND oi all kinds. Carloads or less. for quotations when buying or sell- ing- We are In touch with the best markets. Storan ipiee tor rent Excellent basement Tor perishable Hyde ft Blunders. Phone 1244 P O Box 112. R. 3, Macdonald Blk. Lethbridce, representing Thompson Sons and Co, Grain Merchant! Winnipeg Grain purchased on con- Blmrnont at highest current prices 227-0 FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING Fur for 1915-16, will test workmanship, more than ever. We guarantee all work' In both lines. David Scott, SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S Phone 171? and shoes will be called for and delivered LOST AND FODND Hudson's Bay store and Ford Garage, a leather hand bag containing purse of" owner's card and other articles. fliOO reward Jor return "to .Herald oflice. FOR SALE Steel Drums, second hand hot In good condition for ship- ping gasoline and kerosene.; Prices J650 and 1700 each Applv Western. Canada Agency, Limited, LethMlrtge, Alberta.' z herd .of-Hyssop's 'cattle around 8-mile lake, a red heifer with a spotted face, one and a half years old, branded H Anchor on right hip reward for information to Joe Hudak, 107 2nd S _ FOR Six' roomed fully mod- ern house on south. side, close, to car line. Wll trade for smaller house, or vacant lots and some cash. Balance easj terms Apply 1231 6th south 374-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE OH easy terms, five and 'seven .roomed modern cottages, nearly hew, "two blocks from car line, or will trade for farm lands, cattle or good work horse's. "Apply Box 5 Herald. FOR roomed .fully modern bouse, 1512 4th. Aye. N. on two lots with darn 16x24: at rear, in good -con- dition. Will sell very .reasonable on good terms and part payment House is newly fur nished amV-wlll Bell, furnished Or un- furnished. Qeo. Heighes, Coaidale. Phone R-206. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The tana will support rbu and pay for itielf. An Immense area of the most fertile land In Weil, ern Canada for sals at low prices and terms, ranging from 111 to 130 Irrigated lands from S35. One-t-ventleth down, balance: within 20Nyears In Irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc, up to also repayable In twenty est only 6 per cent Hero is your op portimliy to Increase your farm hold Ings by getting adjoining land or se- cure your friends as neighbors For literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Geri'l Supt. of Landl of Naturll Retourcei, C P.R Ai-TA OR WILSON SKEITH SherWck BulMfnf LetnhrHgt Tejtts by scientlsu liavc ahowg that tlie durability of Various -ire's It proportlonatt W tm; Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education lias established a Teachers' Bureau, the object of assisting teachers to obtain schools with as little expense and loss of time as possible Teachers requiring schools are in vited to communicate with the De- partment, stating their requirements and class of Alberta Certificate held Teachers who have not yet ob talned definite advice regarding the standing to which thej are entitled In this Province, should forward foi registration any certificates- they may hold together with recent testimon- ials as to teaching ability and moral character 'Address ail .communications to THE DEPUTY MINlSTpR. Department of Education, .Edmonton, Alberta. Ad No Q PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) lUflstned Patent Attorney. IB Tun in Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patented Mama and De- signs infringement and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In patent ftilti. prepared for counsel. Write (or Information Expert wttnett in patent tuitt. Pat- obtalnm In all count-let. M St. Jamea Street, Montreal. W, A. A COY. hat t'xountaacr In all Audit, Secretarial, SyrtMMtlita.; met Tnut Work. tKatlons, Building. R J. RITCHIE PATCRSON, AmuntMt PonyExpress and Transfer A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER WufolO: .APPOINTMENTS MADE. COAL C. 0. D. DRAVINQ OP ALL KINDS TO KENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Acidli DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. P. PHOHISi OfflM .....i-.i'.. liM ;