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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta m The Fighting A GREAT DRAMATIC PLAY BY OAVIftB ^^t0rNI^TMpt^ ? FIVE act% CHAS.,CHAPLIN |_| IN A JITNEY ELOPEMENT One of the Funniest two act Essaney Chapllrts sssn for some time. 'The Lure of the A MUTUAL MASTER PtCTUR*^ IN FOUR GREAT ACTS. >, FEATURING JACK HILLIARD one^fttehed; 4��bm�nt hou^aes,: log flat containing Jane bedroom, dining, room, kitchen with "foundry, '.tubs and bath. �.Bent. 120 per month. Also-single )betoo^f.*nd bath from SlO- per.inonW,w.Apply ;to the Man.-ona'o�ce, between 1 and 3 o'clock. Ehone'686. , - *  �> 2*0-0 Tb RENT-Furnished house, seven rooms, fully' modern, good location; n|and. Write P? O. Box 531, or phone ilia. 29o-� KHAKI" In REFINED MUSICAL OFFERING "THE OAST INC LTJDE8- . THE ITALIAN TENOR-BOB LAVELLE. . GEORGE SHADY ' MEL. BUTLER MISS CARROLL VAN- _ AND A SPLENDID CHORUS._ MATINEES DAILY AT 2.30; NIGHTS 7.30 AND 9.00 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-At once girls fwr musical comedy work, also signers: experience unnecessary. Apply W. Samson, Orpbeum Theatre. COAL MINERS AND MINE LABORERS WANTED-The Dominion Goal Company Limited require experienced coal miners and laborers for. work in their coal mines at Sprlnghill; Nova , Scotia and at Glace Bay, Nova ScOtia. j Steady work at good wages for men i of experience. Apply to Employment Department, Dominion Coal Company Limited, Glace Bay N or to Besi- THE BIGGEST SHOW IN TOWN FOB THE MONEY. Prices 25c & 35c. Usual Big Picture Programme dent" Superintendent Dominion Coal Company, Limited, Springhill* N. S. ! Ad. No. ,P WANTED-Woman to take washing and ironing by the dozen. Apply stat^ lng price per;dozen to Box 14 Herald office. � 289rM)x WANTED-Woman as night cook for C. P. R. Boarding house, Crow's Neat -Apply Mrs. McKlnnon. 287-0 Illustrated Lecture LABRADOR By DR. GRENFELL "The Hero and Patron Saint" Wesley Church, Tues. Nov. 30 r> Tickets-50c and 25c a complete dramatic surprise. This play will be screened.-at Starland tonight. AT THE ORPHEUM "The Girls in Khaki," who come to the Orpheum today, commencing with ; a matinee will present all the very ] latest song and dance successes by a splendid company of ^artistes, Including Bob Laveflle,' George Shady, Carrol Van, Mel Butler and others, with a dancing chorus, of stunning glrlB. The biggest show in town, is no idle boast at the Orpheum. ' ' AT THE ' EMPRESS" Charlie Chaplin is, to be seen for two nights only at the Empress, commencing tonight, in "A Jitney Elopement"  I The Mutual masterpiece, "'The Lure of the Mask." in four, parts, will be shown tonight Jack Hilliard hears a woman's voice singing an Italian aria, and leans far out of the window, but WANTED-A first class blacksmith; must be a good horse-shoer, - Apply V. Mclntyre, Travers, Alta. ' 286-6 WANTED-A middle aged farmland must be temperate and good milker. Will hire by the year. Steady place for a good man. Apply JC W. Johnson, Sec. 17-9-15, 4th, southeast of Taber. -286-12 WANTED-Good reliable middle-aged woman  for family ,of two; must. be good cook; no washing or Ironing good home; small wages; 1% miles from city. Call two doors south .of Hardieville school. Phone 1604.tt 285-6 SANK MANAGER CLEARS i/v^-'f-c: r'.l CONVICT OF CRIME : Laura Hope Crews,,who -makes her -ahotodramatic debut in the Fighting 1 ' Hope; the sixth in the series of Las->. iry-^ielasco photodramatic . produc-(tieas,;is positively one of the most �' gifted American dramatic stars. 'u^Tbe:fwoman about whom the inter-'est of-this play centres is the wife of a\moderate}y prosperous bank official, i bezzlenient of a very peculiar .nature. | he. cannot make her out in the fog. She believes her husband to be innc- ; The following day \he tries to reach | cent,,and manages to become the sec- : her through an advertisement. ' Fin- retary of the president ol the ' bank ally they exchange notes'.: and he is J (now closed), whom, she believes to. invited to dine with her. "�He must go �H.bfe guilty.. The president is forced td'ahd come, blindfolded. . TeJs he does establish, her husband's guilt beyond vonly to discover that she-Is masked! all doubt, in. order to clear his own jThe following dajrshe sails-^for Italy nwne, and "letters .which finally come -with- -.the American Opera Co., and into his possession convince even the wife ;that her husband was untrue to his trust. r- . :l� Ai thjs. tirre the,wife falls in lore with the man by whom she has been employed, thus having her fidelity to her convict husband put to an extreme test. The ultimate solution of this extraordinary situation is worked out from Naples mails Hilliard the' mask. Hilliard follows her. ^bo,is condemned to jail for an em- j with such cleverness that it comes as ANOTHER BATTALION London,/ Ont, Nov. ^O.-^Word was received from Ottawa today, authorizing the raising of another overseas battery of artillery in the first mili->tary district. The battery win be i trained at G.uelph, and will be commanded .by Lieut-Col. McCrae of that city.  � -.�. phone trKlAHV ^ phone &j>ve You a Car on Track-Get our Prices Smith, Murphy & Co. OUR BU8INE8S IS CHANGING YOUR "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" Office-30f 7th street South, in Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbridge Branch. HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG Reference, Bank of Nova Scotia. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lethbridge Office-Ground Floor, Hull. Block. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFI IN THE DISTRICT COURT, OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE BETWEEN: William Pennington, plaintiff Samuel Conner* Defendant, AND WANTED-Experienced gitMor Coo-Apply^Palace Con tevtionery.. store, Cectionery Co, 282-0 MEN WANTED - To learn 'bather trade; now is test time to learn; wages while learning ; catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 604 A* Centre St., Calgary. 274-0 SITUATIONS WANTED TO.RENT-Good store 7b" ft. long.: good business stand, In the' Brook jlock, 402 13th St. Ni_289-0 TO. RBNT-?Two largo front rooms, unfurnished, (very, large living room and a bedroom detached) in a bungalow close in. Suitable for light housekeeping. Will rent singly or en suite.. Apply 1202 3rd Ave. S. 200-6x' :!"--.'k,-a*L WMIP"!1 remoVeo- P�e4lb:inst�tu^, sBledical Massage findtOrmnMtlcs ,i Swedish). Eleetri-��_).: Vibratory ,and Therapeutic Light l^atmints/ Bfectrolyels and Sham-r^lnt ^Treatinsnts given by appointment eafar. Room 1 Hull Blk. |: ' r CHIFJQPWACTORS* FOR 'RENT-Fully modern 7-roomod house, with gas; three .doors from car line; rent very reasonable.-Apply Box 10, Herald 28B-0 FOR RENT-480 acres, 12 miles from ?lty of Lethbridge and 1 mile from Wilson Siding, 50 acres summer fallow, balance stubble. Easy terms will be arranged. Apply to A. E. Ives, Phone R 509. 290-O WANTED-To rent, eight or nine roomed house in good condition Write full particulars to Box 49 Herald office. .272-0 8MITH A S^ITH-Hyrum Smith and June B." Smith-^Chiropractic spinal adjustments will cmre your 'chronic . complaints; Call In and talk it over. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. 8. Hours I0f-12; . 2-6; 7-9. Phon* ' 269-30 VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nsrvousnesc. etc.)-All communications to Manager, Box 192, Taber, Alberta. 232-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Used piano, fine mahog-any case, just like new. Apply Mason & Risch, Ltd., 404 5th St. Suth. 290-2 FOR SALE"-Cheap. a wnite French toy poodle. Apply Box 44, Herald. v 290-1 G. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano-and 'Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience.. Honours Certificate'MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the elty. Phone 1108. 1253 6th Avf. A South. FOR SALE-rA gray saddle pony; rjrlce 120. Apply 1321 10th Avenue South 289-3 FOR SALE-Potato planter; Peerless two hundred egg incubator and brood-,er; two horse blankets; picket chain and pin; steroptlcon outfit (both electric and acetylene light, assorted Blides), all goods new and at half cost price. Apply 1319 1st Avenue North. 288-6 FOR SALE-I Morris Piano, 1 Frank-Jin Piano, 3 safes, 1 No. 10 Remington 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. 8. . . 286-6 FOR SALE^Two milk cows and helf-%r calf. Apply 220 16th St. N. 286-6 FOR SALE-2 2-year old.- pure bred Holstein Bulls; l pure bred Berkshire boar. Papers for all animals. Write or phone Felger Fanning Co., Ltd., R. 411 186-12x WANTED-Position by EngliBh girl, experienced in ,all household ^ duties; good cook. Will Bleep at home. Apply Box 11 Herald. 288-6. FOR SALE-Alfalfa 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 R703.-R. R. Lea, Coaldale.  � 285-� MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED - Two-wheeled, breaking cart or two-wheeled buggy in good condition. State lowest cash -price. Apply G. B. Dickie, phone 1912. 286-6 FOR SALE-Hampshire boar, Prince C, No. 998; 'phone R703.-F. R Lea, -Coaldale. 285-6 FOR SALE-30 young dairy cows. Apply J. W. Johnson, Sec. 17-9-15, south-east of Taber. Alta. 282-12 WANTED-To buy, a quanuty of good two year old heifers. Apply C. S. Noble, Nobleford. Alta. 272-0 EXCURSION FARES TO EASTERN CANADA TORONTO, MONTREAL, OTTAWA, ST, JOHN, HALIFAX AND OTHER POINTS ' Dates of sale, December 1st to 31st, 1915': Upturn Limit 3 months. Extension privileges-stop overs-choice of routes. TO GREAT BRITAIN , Via; Canadian/or American Ports. - l*} PR. tAYLOR-Har. Bye, Nose and Throat; lis Sherlock Bid*. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings to apY; polntment. . Phones: OElce Uii'Re^. sldenee 608. 0INTAL OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental-iurgeone Toronto, and holder of a Dominion' Dental Certificate.' Office: . Room*: 6 and 6, Bryan-Block. Phone t071.. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (suocessor to Drs. Courtlce  Gilchrist)-Orad-nate University, of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Blook. Phone. 1165, Lethbridge, Alta: � " 170-0 DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours: B to 5. Office, Hlg- . inbotham Block. Phone 374., DR. -E. G.3IMMONDS-Dentist member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.B. 1W0. Hours: 912; 1-5. Office; 6-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERI.Y--Leading � Funeral Director and Embalmer;,also agent for the Somerville Marble ft Granite Works of Calgary, Office, opposite Court House.i 'Phone 861. Re? sidence 284 7th Ave. 8.. Phone 1176. Open day and night FRANK WADDINGTON-If you are contemplating, an auction sale of your, fanning stock, stock-in-trade or ^household goods and effects, consult Frank, . Waddlngton, Lethbridge, : who will give you . expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years'experience. 266-0 c PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlen/s Private HosplUl and Maternity Home. "Special rates glv-'en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phbne 746. I DYEING- AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work 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. 324 Sixth Street South. 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer * Funeral Director. 808 3rd 'Avenue Bentb. Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ej all kinds. Carloads or less. Inqnlrj for quotations when buying or sel lo>. We are In toneh with tbe be*1 markets. Storage jipMo for .rent Kxeellent basement for vpeitshabl) mods. Hyde * Saundsra, Phonj 1244. P. O. Box 118. . V 167-i DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Beeoral ors, Pap^angtrs and Pelntsrs Kalsomlnlng. Oensral Decoratlnj 4nd Sign Wrltlnc. atattaM.tee glvea Tbe oldest established PalaUr. II Lethbridge. Bes^ Phone 1472: oflto > phone 1752. Sherlock �8Md�\; ^LetB bridge, Alta, *�BH !t GARBUTT BUSINESS.COLLEGE OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEANING THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad: No. Q. W. A. HENDERSON * COY. Lethbridge : t : Msdlcln� hal Winnipeg Chartertd Acceuntsnta A'/eounUncy,ln.aU ita braachea: AudIL Socretariaii Advisory. Systematlstoti �ad Trust Work, Invet-Ugatlona, UquldaUoaa. Acadia Building, Letnbrlege Rssldsnt �  j. RITCHIE PATKHB9N, Chartered Accountant (�v,s�.l if Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. D. <6s Finn Pbone 632 treat South. * GRAYING OF ALL - KINDS A. EVLYN SMITH ;FHOTOGRAPHER STUDIOT A Tjf ^Mrd Avenue Sooth. Ap|Q|'NTMENTS MADE* If DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P.R. Freliht Sheos. PHONff? Office. Stables ;