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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE UAIK, If HERA tD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1915 PARAMOUNT FEATURE J. L. LASKY .PRESENTS CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND INA CLAIRE "t TONIGHT "THE PUPPET CROWN" ORPHEUM Extra Special TO-NIGHT Wliy was this Picture Stopped by the Police on Monday. Come and judge for yourself. "STRATHMORE" FOUK GKEAT ACTS There must be a reason or this attempt to prohibit this pic- ture from running wouid not'have been made-" This is positively your last chance to see this so-called immoral picture, .Come early. No in prices. ;___; NEXT WEEK- "The Girls in Khaki" Company WITH THE MILITARY MAIDS rMPRESC JjTONIGHTlJ "The Diamond From The Sky" CHAPTER 16 OF THIS WONDERFUL STORY OTHER GOOD PICTURES KEYSTONE COMEDY Special Children's Matinee Tomorrow from 4 to 5 5 cents In Case You Have Not Been Canvassed, Forward This Coupon With Amount You Desire to Contribute to Treasurer of Canadian Patriotic Fund, Lethbridge CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND Lethbrifee. .....'.....................1915 On the uay of each month for the nest twelve months I promise, to pay to THE CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND at The Bank of Montreal, Lethbridge, Alberta, the sum of Collars Phone Address RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP Yon'can help tho Red Cross society toy becoming a member. The fee is small, only ?2.00. per annum for active members and 51-00 per annum tor. associate members. Life membership Sign the form below, put the money In an envelope, and mail it, or take it to J. Blackburae, Honorary treasurer Red Cross Society, Acadia Block. Lethbridge. The sooner you do it the sooner the society will be able to buy mofe.miterial'aiid do-more work for oar soldiers. Do it today. JJOUPON Please 'enrol as active tor associate) member of'the Lethbridge Red Cross.Society, for'which I enclose my fee of 5....... Yours truly, Name Address AND HE MARRIED THE BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS The Jesse b. Lasky picturization of "The Puppet shown at Star- land, tells the romantic story of a beautiful she is very beautiful because she is played by Ina is finally won by a brave and charming American brave anil romantic, for Carlyle Blaclt- well is the hero. The Princess Aiexia is driven from the throne which should be her's be- cause her father, the invalid king, has not been able to stem the tide of revolution in his little domain of Osia. But, though she loses, the puppet crown of her land in this manner, she gains a greater happiuessV ior by this means alone it becomes for her to marry the .un-titled but rich young American, with whom she has fallen in love. And what is the loss of a. very little even a big Happiness of a life- time is at stake? WHITE. BEAT SAILOR Boston, Mass., Nov. Charley White-of Chicago, who ivas defeated-two months ago .by Milburne. Sailor of Indian- apolis, turned" on his'conqueror tonight, and knocked him out a minute and a half after the bout .started. match-was to have SITUATIONS VACANT G1RU takq fare of children and assist with hoiisework. Apply 15th St. first class blacksmith: must be a good horse-shoer. Apply A. Molntyre, Trovers, Alta. once, general servant, elderly person preferred. Mrs. 'Alvia Ripley, 42S 13th St. S._______. middle aged farm hand must be temperate and good uitlkor. Will hire by the year. Steady place for a good man. Apply J. W. Johli- son, Sec. 17-9-15, 4th. southeast of Taber. reliable middle-aged woman for family of two; must .be good cook; no washing or ironing: good home; small wages; :Ui miles from city. Call two doors south .of Hardieville school. Phone woman or a L lor general housework; must be good plain cook. Highest wages. .Mrs. G. C. New Dayton, Alberta. 2S4-7-C WANTED-Good girl to help with housework and baby. Apply 35.8 13th St. N. 382-0 girl lor. Con- fectionery Applv Box 43, Her- ald. 283-0 must ch i.ij-iu Uuuu general servant; t be capable. Apply I. V. Man- iter, 1251'6th Ave. A S. for general store; must be experienced and able to give good references. Apply in own hand- writing, giving experience and stating salary expected to Box lo Herald MEN WANTED To learn barber trade now is best time to learn'; wages while learning catalogue Moler Barber College, 604 A. Centre St., Calgary. 27-W) Unreserved Auction Sale of Horses and Implements, on SATURDAY, NOV. 20th _ At 1 O'clock Sharp AT BONNELL'S LIVERY STABLE, LETHBRIDGE 1 Gelding, 8 years old; Weight 1350 pounds. 1 Mare, 8 years old; Weight 1400 pounds-' 1 Team Mares, 7 years old, Weight 1300 pounds. '1 Team Mares, 8 years old; Weight 1400 pounds. 1 Mare, 7 years old; Weight 1400 pounds. 1 Gelding, 3 years old; Weight 1250 pounds. 1 Team Mares, 7 years Weight 1100 pounds. 1 Mare, 9 years old; Weight }200 pounds. -1 Gelding 8 years old; Weight 1350 pounds 2 Geldings, rising two years old. a Fillies, rising two years old. 1 .Filly rising, three years; old. I Geldipg rising three years old. 1 More, rising four years old. 5 Sacking Colts. 1 Saddle Horse, 9 years old. Waggon, 150 bushel grain tank, 2 lumber waggons; 6 sets of double harness; 3. Massey Binders; 22-disc Drill; Sulky Plow 4-section drag harrow; disc Harrow. ------TERMS CASH------ Chat. P. Cecil, Owner Jas. A. Smith, Auctioneer ft Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line1 Steamers sailing un- der the 'American; flag from Jfew York to Liverpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings. per week. All information, including re- servations, eta, S. B. MITCHELL C. P, R. Ticket Agent Lethbridge. WAITED Two-wheeled breaking cart or two-wheeled buggy in good condition'. State lowest cash price. Apply .G. B. Dickie, phone .1912. 28G-6 FOR lands, and city property in 'Washington, Oregon, Montana and North Dakota to. trade for Alberta lands. Call or write to M. P.' Johnston Co, Alberta Block. Box 264. RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge .by the Heraid' Job Department. Phone 125i. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, CTC. S.O.E.HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C, Wsirtley, Acadia Block Salberg Grain Co. _________MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Uthbrldge Floor, Hull Block. MONUMNTS GRAIN! PHONE 1313 'Have You a Car on our Prices" Smith, Murphy Co. 13 CHANGINS YOUR "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" uilici 'in Tth Street South, in sWlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. SORTER, Lethbridae Brinch. rT HIADOFFICB: WINNIPEG Reference, Bank of Nova Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY, HOME WORK DO YOi; WANT AX EXTRA SIX TO .TEN DOLLARS A WEEK dustrious persons will be provided with constant home work on 'Auto- Knitting Machines. Experience unne- cessary, distance war orders urgent. Write today for rates of etc., addressed stamped envelope. Auto-Knitter Hos- iery'Co., 257-College St., Toronto. Ad. No. Y. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS tray, a quantity ot good two year old heifers. Apply G. S. Noble, Nohleford, For Sale or Exchange Get a Farm of Tour Ovm TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY [f. yon wish. The Iftotf support you and pay lor ttMlt An immense area the most-fertile land la West- era Canada for sale at low prices and easy ranging from 111 to irrigated lands from }35. One-tiventieUi years. In irrigation districts." loan for farm buildings, etc., also repayable in twenty est only 6 per cenL Here IB your op- portunity to increase your hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your friends'as: neighbors. For, literature and apply -to' F. T. CAMERON, GerTI Suof of Landl Oept. of Natural Retourcas, C.P.R. CALGARY ,ALTA. OR WILSON A SKEITH Sherlock Building Lithbrldgi TO KEtti modern 7-rpomud with gas; thruo doors from ear line; rent very ply Bos 10, "Herald PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO fully modern B room ed furnished bungalow. Apply 1232 CtU Ave. A. Sonth. iwo largo front rooms "'il (very large- living room, mid Jbodroom detached ill a bungii- close in: for, liglit house- keeping. Will rent singly or en- qulto. .Apply 1208 3rd Ave. 8. 2S4-H FOR UKNT-Good, warm stable and hay, lott, situated on west end o! 4th Ave. S. Apply British-Canadian Trust Company. Conybcare Block. 282-6 TO eight room house well furnished, including piano, Hue location. 210 Sliorlock Bldg. rent, eight or nine ro'omefl house in good condition- Write full particulars to Box 49 Her- ald office. TO. roomed, furnished house, well situated. Apply P. O. Bo? 531. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Morris Piano, 1 Frank- lin Piano, 3 safes, 1 No. 10 Reming- ton Typewriter. 1 No. 7 Remington Typewriter, 1 S-ft. silent salesman. .1 'cobbler's Singer machine, 1 roll top' solid oak desk and chair, and a house full of good household goods. All bargains. City Second Hand Store. 400 5tU St. S. FOR milk cows and heif- Apply 220 IGtli St. N. TO roomed fully mod- ern bouse, No. 532 12th St. B. North, ?1S.OO a month. Apply Citizens Lum- ber Co. ORGAN FOR. in good order, 532.00. Apply Mason Hiscb Co.. 405 5tll St. S. PIANO FOR- SALE-rCheap, good as Apply1 Mason Risen Piano Co., 405 5th St. S. FOR 3-year old pure bred Hqlstein Bulls; 1 pure bred Berk- shire .boar. Papers for all animals. Write or phone Felger Farming Co., Ltd., R. 411 FOR and place to feed same; sheds, water, and bunk house: 450 acres to run over and free range adjoining; 5 miles east of Lethbridge; 'phone R. Lea, Coaldale. FOR boar, Prince C., No. 90S; 'phone' R Lea, Coaldale. FOR one horse, liii> ness, and light democrat. Apply 621 14th St. KOil young dairy cows. Apply J. W. Johnson, Sec. 17-0-15, south-east of Taber. Alta. 282-12 FOR Rambolette Rams and one Berkshire Boar. Apply Vau Brockltn Bros., Iron Springs, Alta. 278-12 FOR dry goods store in Okotoks, with furnished living ixioms in rear. Stock and fixtures, gas, el- ectric light Best location, good far- ming country. S750 secures clear title to everything. Address Bos 21 Oko- tokS: Alta. LOST AND FOCND large extension suit case on road 'between Taber and JLeth- bridge. Return to Alexandra TJoto! Leth6ridge, and be rewarded. 2RC-1 SUPEHFLOU8 HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmei oraduiite.of Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute. Modlcai Massage and Gymnastics I Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, .BlpctrolyBls and Sham- pooing Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Roous 1 Hull Bile. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH S. Smith and June B. spinal adjustments will cure your chronic complaints. Call in and talk it over. Office In residence, 903 7th Avo. S. Hours Phone 1677. VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, com- municatlons to Manager, Box 192, Taber, Alberta. PIANO TUNINQ L MEDICAL DR. W. S.- Surgeon, Accouclui'.-. Hours p.in. Office 014 Third Avenue. Phono 1263. BR. Eye, None and Throat; 115 Sherlock BIdg. Office hours evenlnga by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341, Ho- sidenco 593, DENTAL OR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office; .Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block: Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland, Rooms 8 and 9. Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hls- Inhotham Block. Phone 374. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certilicato MT. .Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of. the city. Phone 11C8. 1253 Gth Ave. A South. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of. Physicians 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office; 6-8 Hig- inbotham Block.- AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer,