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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, Last Time Tonight' PARAMOUNT Edgar Sel wyn- in L. LASKY PRESENTS "The A Great Story of Turk vs Armenian, vividly -portrayed. PICTURES SATlfRDAY; Tragedy" A .Story of'the Swllil iRPHEU JOMORROW TONIGHT For ths Last Tims 5 Acts 'lively a Guaranteed Attraction-Tonkjht for the last time-''THJi'FIGHT" Featuring Marie Cahill, the brilliant Broadway Comedy Star. posl- SITUATIONS VACANT iameiifl Fret general sen- ant; must be good cook. Apply_l-.W 3rd Avenue South. _____ girl to look a tir bov 3 veara old during day time. All ply Mclntyre, 932 Stll St. bpulli or Phone once, hoy to drive dp- livfi-y rig. Apply Thompsons Gro 3rd Ave. S. f MAJESTIC-TONIGHT ONLY-8.30 sharp KLAW 4 ERLANGER PRESENT FARM PEOPERTY servant S housework; ?cod was to do general es. Apply Pursuant to I first class, grocery an? 'provision innn'lno other-need auplv) the Order Nisi and the Goo., steady employment MISCELLANEOUS WANTS young cowii. Ap ply. Hox CO Buy 2000 lambs or about 1600 of a mixed young bunch consisting of owes and. lambs, and yearling wethers. Write Nell M. Stalker, Grow Laite, Alia. DUy, n quantity of good two year old heifers. Apply C. S. "N'oule. Nobletorrt, Altn. Hear from owi'or of good quarter or halt section of land for sale. Apply N. D. Pent Co., Room 10. Blk. TO RENT FOR or 3 rooms modern house, suitable for ho'usc-kccpinp, .unfurnished or tarnished-. Apply 527 ,13th St. in tally light partly A. K. 381-3 PROFESSIONAL CARDS J SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmei grHdimto of the Pennsylvania Orth- 'opaedlc Massage and Gyninnstlcs Blectri- col Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments.. Electrolysis and Sham- pooins Treatments given by ap- pointment only, itooin 1 Hull Bllt. CHIROPRACTORS TO modern 7 roomed roiise, electric lights, gas; close in S15 per month. Annly Alberta Lemn Investment Co., 614 6th St. South Phone. 1214. TO the Victoria Mansions furnished flnt containing dlnlnsr room two kitchen nnd bath romn all modern conveniences. Apply quick Mansions Office, 3rd Ave. South City. Phone'636.___________ for small family. Frank: Avenue South. fo reneral work ftt for Indian child the VKoria Rev w R Haynes Brocket, Alberta j probation of the Master 'of the Su- i preme Court of Alberta _ i Waddington, Auctioneer, at the Court Jlan I House in the City uf Lethbridg, ta the Province of Albertu, at O'clock in the afternoon on Saturday _ tne 4th day of December A. D. j Tapnb'e mnn as manaeer the followin- lands and premises, for V'ernie Co-onern'ive store. Apply .1 Omrier of to Socretarv, Bos 5B4. Ffnie, B. C.. naraely-the Northeast Quarcer ol Section Twenty-six Township Eleven Range Twenty Vest of the Fourth Meridian, con-1 l-oo-inT nreferred. FOR roomed, tiillv ino- house with ras. three dof-s Applvto ma car line. 1 F andeoorf terms' to small tamilv An- iTi modrm hou' and give refer j ellces one with knowledge of hook- 3 fining by admeasurement Oue Hun- idred and Sixty (160) acres, more or From 'the-popular book of .tKCj- same HUe" by John 'Fni, Jjr; With an All Star N. Y. Company 4 a Magnificent Scenic Production 50c, and from A con M12. 27S-0 ctPnt .general snr- ami ierrr "d. oi two. he rood SEATS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY'S. Christie serrations and conditions contained mond in tie urant from the Crown or 'n, for general store; the existing Certificate of Title. j must be experienced and ab'e to zlve THE VENDOR is 'informed that p-ood references. Apniy in owu hand- there are no buildings on the givins: experience and stating described property. There is expected to Box strand wire fence" on the property in f office. None of the land GREAT AT THE ORRHEUM Owing to the fact that the films for the -big comedy feature "-Judy Forgot" not having arrived, ;the five-act feat- daughter, and lire, "The wKl be shown again. tr this evening at the Orpheum for the -last_Unie.' The comedy be shown Friday and Saturday nights, featuring Jfarie" Cahill, tie eminent comedy star. "'Judy Forgot" is a live-act Ecream that will mafee a hit AT -STARLAND Cecil B. De Mille, director-general for tie Lasky Feature Play Co., him- self produced the photo-dramatic ver- sion of Edgar Selwyn's famous, desert dramatic romance, "The in which Mr. Selwyn plays the title role. The undertaking was such vast spectacular proportions that Mr.-De Miile had to drop all other work for several weeks to supervise this one offering. This great feature "will be screened at Starland for tie last'time tonight. Empress tonight. These pictures are attracting large crowds. This chapter is' as thrilling as the previous ones have been.' For Friday and Saturday the Em- press offers the big feature. "The -Mas- ter in which Nat Goodu-in, the famous actor, appears. The story is of the husband of a rich widow who plans all manner of deceptions to gain control of her fortune. Nat Goodwin plays' the part of the friend of the family who.saves the fortune for the :EMPRESS Chapter 15 of "The Diamond from the mother husband. 15 Herald poor repair. been broken. The property is very well situated being about two miles from Iron Springs Post Office. THE SALE will be subject to a reserved bid which has been fixed by the Court. The purchaser is at the time oi' Sale to pay down a deposit of ten per cent. "Of the purchase price HEN WANTRD To learn barter trarlp now is >e-t time to leprn while leir-ini; catalogue tree. Jinlcr R-irhrr College, COLA. Centre St., Calgary. 27-1-0 MINERS WANTED once. 10 coal miner? to shoot and load after puncher ma- for ton places, 'n "nnd with eas, SIR a rnnntti. K Herald 273-Os _ Mn.-R4] Pt. South, 7 ronm" innflorn. fnmlshpd, Innnrln.- p'e. SSfl nor Ml R nf N B. Peat Co., 10- Plonk.' TrivTirn To n'np ooT.iod iri eond full particulars to Box 'dofioe. "2-0 Lmico well situated. Bov 531. Apply TO One soveri and 1 twelve roomed hnnse. fullv modern, f-iui "S hpatefl with cnal or sas. 6th St. S.. clnsp ir. rent reasonable. Ap- nlr C. B. Bowman or owner, Ed lie- Kenzte. Phone B-109. TO also a smsll store, both well lishted and heated. Apply J. D. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-1'sDd organ, S39 00 In good order. Mason Risen, oth St Lethbridge. __ _ FOR SALE-Uscil piano, good as new, J275.no. Mason Risch, Lcth- Cars taken -by''TIS at room neck basis. Knee Hill Valley 15% of the purchase..price 90 days from date or sale without interest; 35% of the purchase price 1 year from date of sale Witt interest at Three Hllls' S% per annum; of the purchase price 2 years' from date of sale with "Interest' at S% per annum; of the purchase price. 3 years at Steady work guaranteed to those w come now; 2000" Ibs. ton, screened PLAY AT .MAJESTIC TONIGHT Millions of delighted readers Mow June, the prUnitjve.: charming mountain girl of the Virginia hills, tJie from date of sale with interest heroine of the- iamaus novel 'by John j s% per annum. Fos, jr., "The Trail at the Lonesome ALL RESPECTS the terms and. Pine.'' These same -readers received, conditions of sale will be the .stand- by the can be ___ from Lougheed, Bennett, Mc.Laws Co., Solicitor for the plaintiff, Clarence Block, Calgaryi Alberta. DATED at Calgary, Alberta, this 13th day of- October, A. D. 1915. _ LAURENCE J. CI.-AKKE, Clerk .of the Court. L. P. CLAHHY, M. C. Ad No. H. with acclaim the announcement of the J jng conditions as approved dramatization of the novel by a fain-: Court. Further particulars; _. ous dramatist, Eugene Walter, and I from, the Auctioneer or are but waiting to see. June andJohn Hale in the flesh. Not one of the many who have fol- lowed June from her cabin in the hiiis through all the vicissitudes of her figfet 'for love over feudalism, can afford to miss actually seeing what their imaginations have pictured. "Tha Trail of the Lonesome as masterfully dramatized, has proven one of the greatest successes of years. The dramatist has-faithfully mirrored Coal Co. 6 LOST FOUND C. P.-'R. depot, a blact knit hand bag containing purse ant' sum of money-and lady's bracelet Finder please return to R. W. Wal- lace's cigar store and receive reward the Sky" will be shown again 'at the j the delightful scenes of the book. Long r- -____________- jrnns an! the greatest business of late in Boston.