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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta m mm THBRIDGE DA; MapgueritE Clark in l.ir^s- A "OR EAT COMEDY IN FIVE ACTS ' ' $ - PIVe ACT! EXTRA SPECIAL TONIGHTS-COME; EARLY EXTRA SPECIAL POUR Wnn thati't'^aa '"wltkadand disgraceful picture," not fit for theoaveraoe" eltlaea to look at, It. It may ba truthfujly.^lata^,, .n- ^Vcolrfemnad by all tha "ceneor Boarda of. Canada other, than Alberta." Coma oarfy whil. tho aaato laat Judge for Vtnti Sirathmor* hae bean .. No advance In prices-10c and. me. pp ''I i" MARGUERITE CLARK AT.STARLAND The huge crowd which, witnessed, the,grest comedy drama, "Seven Sisters," laat sight was unanimous In its approval of this great picture. The play is based on the Hungarian system of marriage, where the matri-monlad conventions inexorably consign to splnsterhood a girl whose; younger sister marries before her. On Wednesday and Thursday this popular picture house will present an altogether different style of play, entitled "The Puppet Crown." Those �^hc have read the three "Graustark" florets, will look upon this picture with delight, aa will also thote who #r�i fortunate enough to see it. ^.gsafi Vapor aaeos to eloae at that bout Hw^;-.&aad:invitiiij the clubs to do the same. 'Announcement to - this - effect wis today. ����:;J�L voluntarily eloae their oars at 8 o'- jlAfc 1.1 iAllini.lt. ttia MM*) Patriotic Concert at Cranbrook a Success Cranbrook, B.C., Nov. 15.-The Patriotic concert given by the pupils of the Cranbrook Public school in the auditorium on Friday and Saturday nights was an unqualified success. The building was packed on both occasions and the show was of a high order. The teachers of the Central school are receiving the hearty congratulations of the parents of Cranbrook children. Both Mr. Bassett and Mr. Webb, teachers of the High and Manual Training schools, respectively, have both "Had "experience on the stage,-Mr. Webb being at one time un-denstudy of the late Mr. Stoddart, author-of the "Bonnie Briar Bush"; whHe Mr. Bassett was connected with the _Bob Smith Co., in "The Messenger of Mlrjth." - Peter. c"Neil. John Allan and A1-bertjdail appeared before Magistrate Hi|l,p(Br Saturday morning, charged with-breaikmg Into a car of whiskey at^ths CiPJt These thirsty artists managed to corkscrew themselves, ttrottgk the ventilator in the car, and being somewhat afraid of prohibition, decided to -get their share of .the liquid. - Constable CoHins gathered them in on Friday. The police magistrate rather spoiled the fun when he banded out 30 days each in the hbufte at correction. The men were picked^ up  Thursday by Constables C^j^ and, Arden charged with rid-fnr'wlUibut a ticket on the blind baggage,, and were given seven days each: ,!|tij; .:. - Up to the Allies \io Suggest Peace . Wmnipcs..Man., Nov. 18.-The iol-)owih| cable was received today over a-bfoket'awire: Berlin, Nof. 16. - "Germany is ready "to make peace, but the allies must aslif for it, says a semi-official newspaper, the Voasiche Zeitung, today,,r ||U^^'are'A\ M..Grace, L. M. Johnstone, S. J.-Shepherd, John Home, Hugh .^Jloaaaa, .W., A. Bwhanan, M.P., and' Alex 'Johnson. The captains will lunch iua�aea;rdiy-1darlag the xawpalgn a^ the- Hudson Bay Co. at 12.S0, when re^ ^poftm'of awgrass made will be atven^ It is the, intention to publish the full H"" -' llat of can6fbntors at the close of the campaign. $i>; - JBvWjr.attaft will be put forth jto tee every.c-itisen and solicit a sub-^ t anilatloa bat It la goaalMe some people may be.overlooked. In such cases |^^.^j^^^-jsllai*ai^aailaM�|a>|oa .;.iom can; be" filled out and forwsjtjtod to the |^%:^^Tiaaaarer ;;of ;the� Lethbrldge branch of the Patriotic Fund." It % desired \^^/aWy'ottiaaa aboald be a contributor to the fund. Nofamoont t|p small Ml CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND m wmmm Oa the ............... day of. Lethbridge, : ^t-4tg^^ .. .1915 fa. vmonth^for the next twelve moBths'I promise to pay to THE OANAIMAN PATRIOTIC FUND at v The'Bank of Montreal, .Lethbridxe, Alberta, , tk�~ium of .............. -% ' ' Dollars (I..... Name Address STATE. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-General 1120 5th ave. South. servant,-Apply Phone 1021. 2�5-fi WANTED-Girl or woman; easy wojrkv -Apply 809 gth ave. S. � . i8S^" WANTED-Good; reliable, mlddl^aged woman for family of two; must be Halifax, N. S., Nov. 16.-The body I good cook; no washing or [Ironingi of Sir Charles Tupper, formerly prime good home; small wages; from clty.^-Call two doors south.of minister of Canada and last link with Pre-Confederation times, with all impressions of a state, funeral, was laid to rest in the cemetery of gt. John's today, after the remains had been carried through the streets of Halifax from St. Paul's'Anglican church, where a solemn service was held. The period of lying-in-state ended this morning, and during the twelve hours that the body was on view, It Is estimated'that more >tban ten thou Hardleville school. 285-* WANTED-Competent woman . or - ^a . iri tor general housework; must ba good plain > cook/ Highest wages. Mrs. G. C. McDonald, New Dayton, Alberta. M-6 WANTED-Competent general aery-ant ; must be good cook. Apply 123J 3rd Avenue South. u uiuu- -- - - . u,^.. iu iw sand persons passed before it to look, housework and baby. Apply 3M 13tto for the last time at tho peaceful fea-'Bl- --���-'��'^ tures of'the'aged stateman, lying in a plain oak casket, shrouded in the Union-Jack. -J.-;-...'. The more personal-element In the concourse of mourners was provided by Sir Charles Hlbbert Tupper and Sir Charles Tupper, the � late statesman's heir._ The procession, which was two miles long, contained several naval and military contingents. Service in St Paul's Church was intensely moving. The music Included Chopin's 'iMarche Funebre," and the favorite hymns of the late Sir Charles, "Peace,'- Perfect- >iPeace," and "Now the laborer's task is o'er." As the body was removed to take its place in the procession,^ the Dead March in "Saul" was given. Archbishop Wornell.:' preached the funeral service. . ' WANTED-Experienced girl for Coa-'tectionery Store. Apply Box 48. Herald. WANTEDr-Good general servant; must be capable. Apply I. y. Manchester, 1351 6th Ave. A S. 2SS-� WANTED-Young man not over 1� years for office. Splendid proapectsi for one with ability. Apply.; Box 47 Herald office. 283r-3 WANTED-Good boy, 16 or 17 years of age. Good opportunity, for right boy. Apply in own handwriting to Box 16 Herald. , 283-3 WANTED-A competent general servant by Nov. 15th. MiddleiaKe preferred. Family of two. Must,be good cook. Apply Miss Helen Christie, Diamond City, Alberta. - - - 878-0 Candidates For Flying Corps Candidates- for thev Royal. - Flying Corps can now; be, anlisted, in Canada, under the following conditions : . They must be pritian born, i. e., born' of British parents ox in. the British Empire. . ^ They must be under. bOr � years of age. They must be medically fit for service overseas.  (.' v They must be ol good character. They must belong to one of the trades given in Appendix A, and be capable of performing the proficiency tests therein-prescribed. They will be enlisted as 2nd Class Air Mechanics, .pending: classification on,arrival in the United'Kingdom. They will be required to enlist for the duration of the war. They will be required to enliBt lor the duratjoa of ..the war...... Candidates should submit application in writing stating the following particulars. Name in full,- place ot birth, present age, address and special qualifications (if any) -to the District Officer Commanding Military district No. 13, Calgaryj who will submit same-to headquarters, Ottawa, for approval. WANTED-Clerk for general store; must be experienced and able-to give good references. Apply in own handwriting, giving experience and .stating Balary �*. -Tit|||* CASH -^Bjamar / ' f ~ ... jiaa. A. Smith, Auctioneer Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers sailing under the American flag from TSew York to Liverpool. PINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All information, including reservations, etc., 8. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lethbridge. .. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES. ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Weatley, Acadia Slock APPLICATION FOR LEASE OF ; ROAD ALLOWANCE OR SU R-v VEYED HIGHWAY -.Notice is hereby given that Albert B. |ves, of Lethbridge, has made application to the Minister ot Public Works, Edmonton for a lease of the following road allowance or surveyed highway, namely: '. Road allowance running North and South between Sections one (1) and two (2), and road allowance running. North and South between Sections two (2) and three (3) in Township .'even (7) Range twenty (10) West of the 4th Meridian. .-Any protest against the granting of the above mentioned lease must be forwarded to the Minister of Public Works, Edmonton within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice. .'� A. E. Ives, ; ' Lethbridge, Alberta, Applicant Lethbridge, Alberta, November 15th, 1915. 284-2 OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. , ING 1 WORKS-Furs ' remade and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone-444. WELLINGTON BROfe-The era, Paperhangara Kalsomlamg. Gat and Blga Writias. The ddatt establlahad faJatera la Letbbrldge. -Rea. Phona 1473; oflee phone 1753. Sherlock Bids; Loth-bridge. Alta. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK MILES-611 4th Avenue 8, Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. � , 115-0 Dresgmaking AT HOME, ,or by appointment. Call at 625 7th st. South, or 'phone 1637. � ' �.�>�;'� 285-6 THE HERALD'S SUBSCKlPTIOf CONTEST Offers rich f�wsrd to YOJU for sil of your time or Only Spsre Tiros. Plenty �ff room for more candidates RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge.by the Herald Job DaBa^tmant :X � Ph^#-�f|k^::- Nomination Blank Good for SOOO Votes Campaign Manager for Ifit^bridge Herald, Box 337, lethbridge; Alta. Please accept the nammathMi at as candidate in Tha Herald's Subacription Campaign. 1915 (Name) (Address) Nominated by............................... Only oaf namlnatlow w)K^Caunt for a Candidate Auto Livery HENDERSON GARAGE-Auto ery. 'Phone 588. Liv-285-0 Department  Of ' Education, Edmonton. '( , Notice to Teachers The department of Education .has established a Teachers' Bureau, with the- object of assisting teachers to obtain schools with as little expense and |osiBf. of, time as possible. Teachers! requiring schools are invited to communicate with the Department, (M|laa)' Ross Cameron, Grad. Nurse (jM.lM). Ugatleaa, UsuldaUoaa, Acadia Building, Lsthbrlaas  4. RITCHIE PATBRS9N, Chartered Aaceuntaat (Sr.atJt Po and COAL CO. D. er Phone 632 tos Finn Street South. ORAVING pF. ALL-KINDS A. JEVLYN SMITH % >] PHOTOGRAPHER , 'J gTUDIOr 1  fflf Third Avenue South. AWPOJHTMENTS MADE. femi^&Lii;,,' 01X11 Kinda Western Transfer Co. :PHo|iESV I.' office .v.�:.:'.. HM 79 ;