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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO "HE LETHBRIDGE DAltY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918 J. LASKY PRESENTS Ina Claire AND Carlyle Blaekwell "The Puppet Crown" A Genuine Romance of Ameri- ca and Europe TONIGHT ONLY Enlisted Twelve to Enable Son to Join Forces .has Spartan mother who has just carried out bargain with, the 77th over- seas Battalion now being recruited here. Mrs. Davis, an Ottawa widow with an only son, eighteen years of ago, brought the boy to the barracks yes- terday, buf he 'fell just short of the nts for buglers. Nothing requirements for buglers, isotiiing wuuuuru, C.USUBH, j. daunted, the'mother told the Adjul- English; L. Fryer, ant ol the battalion that she knew liams, English: Ji English; of twelve other young men, sons of triemls of hers, who were of military Have More Recruits for 39ih Battery recruits for the 39th Battery have been taken ou dur. lug the past tew days, and-these nre now in training. They, arc a fine bunch of men. Their names are as follows: K. WehUCanadlan; J. F. Logan, f. P. Whitman, Canadian; B. Edwards. H..: 11. Plnr, Canadian; G. L. Pollard, English; W. Sugden, English; C. Woolford, English; J. W. Chandler, A. L. Lucha, American; J. Sumner, English; A. Norwegian; S. r A PLAY THAT TAKES US FROM THE ROUTINE OF LIFE The picturization of Harold Mac- Grath's famous romance. "The Puppet with Ina Claire as the star and Carlyle Blackweli as the hero, is "one of the most elaborate productions ever made by the Jesse L. Lasky feat- ure Play Company. It is :t modern romance, in that the events take place In a little mythical European kingdom supposed to be of the present 'day, but It is really in a world apart. The pic- ture is being shown at Stariand. By feeding silk worms with mul- Derry leaves' saturated with nou- poisonous dyes two French scientists succeeded in getting red and blue raw silk. age, and she made a bargain that iiJKendrick. English: H. Skiilton, Bug- she coulti obtain the promise of the iish; E. II. Fleetwood, Canadian; W. enlistment ot these men special per- Core. American; C. 0. Wilkin, Canad- mission would be obtained from Italian; 0. Thomas, English; R. Warrior, authorities to enroll her son. The i English; F. Wiley, Canadian, bargain was carried out the same E. Fleetwood is a Lethbridge-born day. Mrs. Davis rounded up her 13 and a son of H. Fleetwoud, secre- recruits, made the impelling personal tary ot the Public-school board, and a appeal tc tlim that she was giving pioneer of the city, her own son to the cause, and they all consented to join Young Davis will now fight for the country that such mothers. Raymond News (Raymond Persistent rumors arc current that another bank will shortly locate at Raymond. Mr. Kiley, ol the Merchants' Bank, left Tuesday tor Lethbridge, where he will be employed. Mr. Anthony, who has been teller at the bank since its opening in 1913, has also been trans- ferred to Lethbridge. Manager Prest expects to be here tor another month be able to The iuuerr.l services were held Tues- produccs day in the L. D.- S. Stirling, Uishop Faiyns officiating. The service was most impressive and the large congregation testified to. .the true character ot the deceased. Mrs. Clarke was the-mother of the well known Clarke family, of our neignbor- ine town, and was well-and tavor- ably known in the south country, bhe leaves a husband and' large, family to mourn her loss. Miss Ina Ericson, who. leaves short- tution. Mrs. Clarke, of.Stirling; died Mon- day after, a lingering illness during which she was au intense sufferer. Jn 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 Lethbridge, On the day.of each month for the next twelve months I promise to pay to THE CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FIjND at Bani..of Montreal, Lethbridge, Alberta, the sum of..................................................... Dollars ly lor was the honor guest at a number oi delightful ai- faus during the, Mondaj evening about ol her girl .friends surprised her at her home, up tho business oi the rnsti the !0nottmg evening the M I A 'stake officers gave-a'most pleasant social in her honor at- the home of Miss Laura Redd, on Church street. King Brothers exception- ally heavy yield of wheat on the farm west oi town. They threshed 58 bus. to the acre, and a "sample submitted to the government grade experts at Calgary went N'o 1, with a ven high recommendation. A well known grain man who was in the commis- sioner's office when the in, has written King Brothers oHer- ing them a fancy price for all they have William Palmer and ajittle grand- daughter were victims ol an accident I that might have terminated disas- trousrj, but happil) by a near mir- 1 acle there were no serious results. H seems that the horse lie- was driv- i ing became frightened of Dr. Sim mons' hounds.-throwingithe occupants of the rig over the turnpilc con- structed bv Mr Rav Knight, and completely demolishra tne vehicle Witnesses' oi the -accident.'declare that they fully serious- Injuries would be inflicted-both" to the old gentleman and the little child .1815 Name Phone RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP .You can help the Red Cross society (by becoming a member. The fee iti small, only per anuum for active members and fLOO per annum for associate members Life membership Sign the font betov, put the money hi an envelope, and mail it, or take it to A. J. Blackburne, honorary treasurer Red Cross Society, Acadia Block. Letibridge. The aooner you do it the sooner the society will be able to buy more material and do mote work for our soldiers. Do it today. COUPON Please enrol my name ai active (or associate) member of the Lethbridge Red Cross Society, for which I enclose my fee of f....... Tours truly. Xame Address Unreserved Auction Sale of Horses and Implements, on SATURDAY, NOV. 20th At 1 O'CIock Sharp AT BONNELL'8 LIVERY STABLE, LETHBRIDGE I Geldinr, 8 years old, Weight 1350 pounds. 1 Mare, 8 years old, Weight 1400 pounds. 1 Team Mares, 7 yearg old, Weight 1300 pounds I Team luaree, i yearg old! Weight 1400 pounds 1 7 years old. Weight 1400 1 Gelding, 3 >ears old; Weight 1260 pounds, t Team Mares, 1 years old. Weight 1100 pounds 1 1 Jlare, 9 years old; Welgnt 1200 pounds 1 Gelding 8 old, Weight 1350 pounds 2.Geldings, rising two years old: 2 Fillies; Arising two years'old.' r Filly rising three years' old, ,1 Gelding rising three years old. 1 Mare, rising four years old. 5 Sucking Colts d Saddle-Horse, 9 years old. Waggon, 150 bushel grain tink, 2 lumber ttaggons, (i sets ol doable harness; 8 Massey Binders; K disc Drill, Sulky Plow; drag harrow; disc Harrow. P. Cecil, Owner -TERMS CASH------ Jii. A. Smith, Auctioneer PHONE 1313 Have You a Car on our Pricw Smith-Murphy and Co. OUR BUSINESS IS CHANG- ING YOUR "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" Office 308 7th.St. S. in Sherlock Building (Ground Floor) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbridge Branch Reference Bank of; Nova Scotia HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG FOR BEST RESULTS Absolute Safety and Quick Returns, SHIP YOUR GRAIN .James Richardson Sons PHONE US FOR DAILY QUO- TATIONS Hyde Saunders p. o. Box 112 Phene 1244 Dlitrict Salberg Grain Co. HUMMUS WINHIPIu OBAIN EXCHANGE MMC, Hull Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers sailing un- der the American "flag from New York to Liverpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All information, Including re- servations, etc.i s. B. C. P. R. Tickal LetiibrMge i -J, WANTED Two-wheeled breaking cart or'two-wheeled buggy "in good condition. State lowest -cash price Apply G. B. Pickle, phone 1912; 286-6 Duy, a quantity of good two year-old heifers. Apply C. Noble, Nobleford. Alta. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED General servant Apply I ISO 5th Ave. S. Phone 1031. strong bo.v lot de- livery rig.; Apply 1714 litll Ave A..N. as night, cook .lor C. P. H: Boarding house, Crow's-Nest Mrs. McKlnnon. GIRL, take care 'of children and assist with housework. Apply B12 15th St. first class blacksmith; must be a good horse-shoer. Apply A. Mclutyre, Travers, Alta. 286V-6 once, KCiieral servant, elderly person preferred. "Mrs. A1Vin Ripley, 428 13th St. S. middle aged farm hand must be temperate and good milker. Will hire by the year. Steady place for a good man. 'Apply J. W.-John- son. Sec. 17-9-15. 4th. southeast of Taber. 'reliable middle-aged woman for family of two; must be ood oopk; no washing- .or Ironing; good home; sjiiali wages; miles from city. Call 'two doors .south of Hardieville- school. Phone woman or a ri tor general housework; must be good plain cook. Highest wages. .Mrs. G. C. -McDonald, New Dayton, Alberta. girl to: help with housework add babr. Apply 13th St. N. .282-0 Experienced girl ioc Con- store. Apply Palace Con- fectionery Co. general servant; must be capable. Apply I. V. Man- chester, 1251 (ith 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 15 Herald otSce MEN WANTED To learn barber trade now is test time to learn J wages while learning catalogue free. Molcr Barber College, 604 A. Centre St.; Calgary. 274-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS .For Sale or Exchange F'OR SALE OR Exchange, two lots corner oM2th.'St. A. N., and Ave. N7. Assessed value for five pas- enger automobile, m good condition nr best cash offer. Apply. T. W. Vin- ar. Suite 12, 166 llth Ave B Vaff joirver, B C t FOR lands and iity- property rin Oregon, Montana a'ud'.North Dakota to trade for Alberta" lands'. "Call -'or write to M. P. Johnston Co., Alberta-Block. FOR SALE FOR SALE-r-Half section of land 4% miles west of Lethbridge. fenced; house and stables, two Apply J.. B. Allen, Box 681 City, i FOR landr, close to the city, In one to forty acre' tracts by owner. H. Galvin; Phone R1304, Lcthbridge, Alta TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, ETC. S. 0. E. HALL {Ground Floor) Apply C. Weltley, Acadia Black RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridge by tho Herald Job Department, Phone 12SZ.' TO BENT modern 7-roomed haui'e, nrltlr gas; threo doors from car lino; rent very ply Box 10, Herald PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO fully modem 6 room- ed furnished bungalow. Apply 1832 6th Avc. A. South. i large front rooms largo living room; Slid a ibedroom detached In a bunga: ..v cjose ui: r.u'iin-blo for light house- keeping. Will rent singly or on- lulte. Apply 1203 3rd Avc. S.___284-ti FOH warm stable and hay loft, Situated on west -end ot 1th. Avc. S. urltlsh-Canadian Trust Oompanv, Conybeare Block'. 282-6 TO RENT--Moderu eight room house well-, furnished, including piano, flue location. 210 Sherlock Bldg. 2S3- SUPENPLOUS HAIR K. M. Holmel graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic tastitute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics Eloctri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic y ght Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments given by ap> polntnient only. Room 1-Hull Bllt. CHIROPRACTORS WANTED--To rent, eight or nine roomed house in good condition. Write full particulars to Box 49 Her- ald'office. TO roomed, furnished house, well situated. Apply P. O. Box 631. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR milk cows and iieif- sr-'calf. Apply 220 16th St. N. 287-15 CHRL general house- work. Apply-51S Sth St. Soutlu FOR Morris Piano, 1 Frank- lin Piano, 3 safes, 1 No. 10 Reming- ton Typewriter, 1 No. 7 Remington Typewriter, 1 8-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, 406 5th St. S. FOR milk cows and heif- er calf. Apply 220 16th St. N. TO roomed' fully mod era house, No. 532 12th St. B. North, a month. Apply Citizens Lum- ber Co. ORGAN FOB in good order, Apply Mason Risen Piano Co., 405 5th St. S. PIANO FOR good hew, Apply Mason Risch Piano Co., 405 5th St. S. FOR 2-year old pure bred Holsteiti Bulls; 1 pure bred Berk- shire boar. Papers for all animals, ite or phone Felger Farming Co., Ltd., R. 4li FOR and place to feed same; sheds, water, and hunk house; 480 acres to run over and free range adjoining; 5 miles east of Lethbridge; 'phone R. Lea, Coaldale. FOR boar. Prince C., No. 998; 'phone R Lea, Coaldale. FOB one and light democrat. Apply 621 14th St.-south. 282-6 FOR young dairy cows. Apply J. VS. Johnson, Sec. 17-9-15, so'uth-east of Taber, Alta. .282-12 FOR Rambolette Rams and ibae Berkshire Boar. Apply .Van Brockiin Iron 'Springs, Alta. FOR dry goods store in Okotoks, with furnished living rooms in rear. Stock and fixtures, gas, el- ectric-light. Best location, good far- ming country. secures clear title to every thing. Address 'Box 21 Oko- toks, Alta. LOST AND FOUND iron gate painted white, from 906 6th Ave. Will any one with Information as to whereabouts please phone the police station or No. 1203. purse containing a ium of money. Owner may. have the Mime.-by. calling at Herald office, Identifying puree and paying for this idvertlsement 120.00A information leading to recovery of a black driving mare and yearling colt; branded J lazy W on shoulder, last seen near Lundbreck, Alta. Apply Harry Stobbs, Hilicrest, Alta gold 'brooch. Finder please return: to .411 3rd St. South and re- ceive reward. member of threshing crew 'between Lethbridge and Stirling, on the road, a pocket book containing approximately in. bills. .Lib- eral reward offered if returned to Western Canada Agency, Ltd., city 1 ROOM AND BOARD ROOM AND BOARD in private fam- ily. Apply 530 7th St S THE HERALD'S SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST Offers rich reward to YOU for all of your time or Only Spue Time. Plenty of room for more Nomination Blank Good for SOOO Votes Campaign Manager for Lelhbrtdge Herald, 1915 Box 337, Lethbridge, Alta. Please accept tho nomination of as candidate In The Herald's Subscription Campaign. (Name) (Address) Nominated by.................................. .Only one nomination wilt Count for a Candidate SMITH Smith and June B. spinal adjustments will euro your chronic complaints. Call in and talk it over. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours Phone 1077. VI AVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervcusnell, com- munications to Manager, Box 192, Taber, Alberta. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory, experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn.. London, Reference to the loading musicians, pf the. city. Phone 1108. .1253 6th Avc-A. South. AUCTIONEER J) SPECIAL LOCATED AT 321 SIXTH ST. SOUTH, NEXT TO TKC'HtftAUj. PHONE ADDRESS TO CAMPAIGN MANAGER, P. O, BOX 337, LETHBRlOOlii W. L. WlLAON. Llcented Auctioneer, All Vlnds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable, j... Prompt settlementa Job lots ol slocks of merchandise purchased. I buy the en- tire contents of' furnished housea. Head 'office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 istb: St. North Lethbridge, Prone 103S. FRANK you' are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult. Frank Waddington, Leth- bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. I PRIVATE: HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. I DYEING AND CLEANING j THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of TVork at its best. Only the' most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work .is sure to please you. Collect and" deliver. Phone 1812. 824 Sixth Street South. MEDJCAL DR.- W. S. OALBRAiTH-HPnyslclan, Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Offlco 914 Third Avonue. Phono 12M. DR. Eye, Noie and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Fhoriea: Office 341, lie- sidonce 593. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of {loyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate! Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlco uate University ot Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1105, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office. Hlg- inbothnm Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS--Dentist, mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London.) .L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-13; 1-5. Hlg- inbotham Block UNDERTAKING T. 8. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. 'Office oppo- site Court House: Phone 561 Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open uay and .night. S. Y, fc Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, FEED BALED HAY AND of kinds. Carloads or leas, inquire for quotations when buying or sell- Ing. We are In touch with the best markets. Storage apace for rent Excellent basement for pertshabla roods. Hyde ft Phone 1244. P. O. Bor 112. FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING Fur remodolllngs for 1915-16. .will test, workmanship, more We guarantee all work in both lines. David Scott, 916 6th DECORATING, OUR CITY DYEING AND: CLEAN. ING re-made and cleah'ed; made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone '444. Dressmaking AT HOME, or. by-appointment. Call at 625 7th St. South, or 'phone 1637. Auto Livery HENDERSON Liv- ery. 'Phone' 588. WELLINGTON an, Panerhangerf -and Falnten; Kalsomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. lira. The oldest eitaWlBhed Palhten In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472: offlcs phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg. bndge. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes win be called for and delivered. 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 loss of time as possible Teachers requiring schools are in- vited to communicate 'with the De-1 partment, stating their requirements and class of Alberta Certificate held. Teachers who have.not yet ob- tained deflnite advice regarding the standing to which they are entitled forward for registration any certificates they may hold, together recent testimon- ials as to teaching ability and moral character. Address all communications to THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. Q PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and XtvtotanA Fa Attorney. 15 roan Canada and U. B. InrentlotlB pro ly painted. Mukl legistered; tnfrlngemont validity learchea. Evidence col ed In patent sulti. Report! for counsel. Wrlta for Informatl Expert In patent obuined In all Jamea Street, Montreal. I THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient.1 Poor patients cared for free of charge 'Graduate nurses for private duty also provided For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- 14th at. S. Phone: 1233. (Miff) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Mite) ROM Cameron, Grid. Nune (Mill) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nune W. A. HENDERSON CO1 Uthbrldgt Medlcln. h Winnipeg AccountmH a'jeountancy In all its hranehe Audit. SecntaHai. ad- ud Trust Work. lorat. tKations. Liquidation. Acadia Building, LeUibrlon Ruldtht R J. RITCHIE PATIRSB Chartond (Ik.M PonyExpre? and Transf c COAL C. O. D. A. EVUTN SMITH pHOTOQNAPHIft STUDIOf m Third APPOINTMENTS MADE. BRAVING OF ALL KINDS DRAYINC Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. i P. R. Frutht SI Office I'M MM ;