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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PVGE TWO THE HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1913 .TONIGHT TONIGHT First Show 7.30 Second Show 8.40 Last Time Tonight PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION Last Tim. Tonight "The Wild Positively your Last Chance to see thlt Marvellous Feature. TOMORROW! QUEEN OF> THE LONUON COUNTER- UNIVERSAL WEEKLY EMPRESS TONIGHT The Diamond from the Sky The King of 17 of this Great Some Real Keystont Geo. Nash in Tht Cotton King ORPHEUM WHERE EVERYBODY GOES r KHAKI GIRLS AN. ENTIRE NEW SHOW "FUN IN A CABARET" NEW SONGS AND DANCES M.itinees--2.30 and 9.00 The Biggest Show iu Town for the Money USUAL BIG PICTUBE PROGRAMME MUDS SITUATIONS VACANT general servant until after Xmas. Good wages. No Apply Mrs. W. D. L. Har- 5th Ave. S. 39H-0 good general once, a _ servant. Apply 634 9th St. S. Tor the purpose of meeting tlie sheep growers of the district and as- certaining their wishes regarding the i g0uth grading of their wool. product ol next year, Goo. T. Willingmyre, wool expert with the live stock branch of the Dominion department of agricul- ture, is at present in the city, a guest at the Lethbrifec. once, competent mar- ried couple or girl for general house- work on" a farm. Must bo a good plain cook. Highest wages. Write or phone Mrs. R. P. Atkins, Now Day- ton, Alta. girl -for fam- ily of two. Apply 1226 3rd Avenue Calendar Co. wants one or two capable experienced salesmen for Southern Alberta, high class general line; good contract for proper party. Give experience and ability in application. Apply Box 820. This is the lirst time in a year or London, Ont.__________________ more that .Mr. Willingmyre has visit- i good general black- cil the southern districts, nnd he is smith at Nemiseam, tlie oil-well town, anvious to meet as many of the wool i iarge territory, thickly settled I with growers as possible to next prosperolis farmers. Each man has rear's output. It it Mr. Williiigmyrc s a goiaen opportunity in his lifetime, tiiily to assist as far as possible in js tile One-for tlto right man. aldinc the producers to market their j Board of Trade, Nemiseam, Alta. .......l wool crop to the best advantage. He Q, Boweu, Sec.-Treas. states that it is sometimes very dif- l to assist in ficult to get sufficient men to cover must oe tond ot general children- all the ground during the clipmiiff sea- j immediately at 61S 6th Ave. son for grading but when some scheme- of centralization 1 sonic scheme- of centralization is; adopted in handling the clip in the j various districts it is much easier to i South. Phone 1592. _ General servant. 531 Sth St. South. Apply Illustrated Lecture LABRADOR By DR. GEENFELL "The Hero and Patron Saint" Wesley Church, Tues. Nov. 30 and 25c. PLAN AT JACKSON'S DRUG STORE. provide men to grade the wool. I Competent general serv- Mr. Willingmyre states that the ant for a family ot three. Apply to sheep industry 'throughout Alberta is Jlrs. II. W. Menzie, 510 14th Street growing, not so much in the number South. of sheep raised as in the number of farmers now handling sheep. Tells of Assault .vstjrday morning L'with what was was sui- after- Shc dueed upon the screen AT STARLAND TONIGHT "The Wild ,the long await- ed feature production bi the Oliver iMprosco Photoplay company adapted from the. celebrated novel of Basil King, will be screened at Starland tonight. Experts who view moving pictures RINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The ORRTNE. treatment for the Drink Habit can be used with abso- lute confidence. It destroys all desire for Whiskey, beer or other alcoholic stimulants. Thousands have succesa- tnlly used it and hare been restored to lives of sobriety and usefulness Can be gnen secretly. Costs only box. If you fail to get results from ORRINE after a trial, your money will be refunded Ask for free booklet telling all about ORRINE Red'Cross-Drug and Book Store.-Ltd. block. from the laboratory point of view pronounce the "visions" which tor- ture the dying lumber jack into con- 1 Mrs. Lilly, who was seized in cou apparently a iiciently .yesterday noon to give her own evidence, told oi being attacked by Wm. Mjsl- tering while ill in the doctor's house, oi the man having hit her on the 'head with a luavy stick. This as- sault, she said, had been the cause ol her subjected to occasional fits such as that with which she had been court, and during tbe spells zc co the nvurdir which has driven f wllici, sbe evidenced greit terror, .thejnnoiSut. young collegian into ex- screaming ..Take him away." lie m the Argentine one oi the finest d Wm steckel, an- pieces oi "dissolve" work ever other' Miehbor oi the Lillys, also_ _ eTidence as to the condition oi eTidence as o e conon Myrtle Stedman and Forrest Stan- ____ i the supposed featured in this owerful dra- ley are featured in this powerful dra- ma of the Allegheny lumberman. On the same program will be fea- tured a screaming L.Ko. comedy en- titled ''Through a Knot Hole." "THE KHAKI GIRLS" "The Kahkl Girls" at the Orpheum emeni ai Vim. Moeller- Dr Merrick, of Sweptgrass, who attended Mrs. Lilly aiter she had bean assaulted, gave evidence to the effect 'that he had found wounds in the woman's "skull necessitating 15 stitches. There were other injuries. are presenting an entirely show., M to the -osteopathic treatment of Mrs. Lilly he said there todaj-; ,A11 the latest Broadway son and dance hits are being presented a1 la cabaret George 'Shady, tlie popular character comedian, has a coupe" of sure-fire hits, while Mel But- ler and Carrol Van are offering "The Ham Tree" success, "Roses." .ESoise Ray and the Newsboys are presenting Gus Edwards' big hit, "If I Were a Millionaire." The usual big picture programme is included, "The Big Key- stone comedy, "Down on the and the Universal dramatic feature, "Things in the_ Bottom with Miss Clara Byers in the title role. This feature is said to be one of the most interesting dramas ever produc- ed bv the Universal Co. Every, scene is re'plete with heart interest. There will be a matinee every day at the Orpheum and; two performances every Labor is in such demand at Sarnia that six men tried to hire a vagrant who appeared in police court. AUCTION SALE HORSES IMPLEMENTS ------AT THE------ LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN 3rd Street South, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th At 1 O'clock Sharp. 1 team Grey Geldings, 7 and S years old. 1 team Mares, supposed in foal, S years old. Foal, 5 years old. 1 Bay Driving "Horse, 3 years old. 1 Grade Glide Stallion, rising S years old. 1 team Grej Mares supposed in foal, 8 years old. 1 Grey Gelding, good delivery horse, a years old. 1 Pinto, .8 years old. 1 Sorrel Mare, 10 years old. these; Horses are all broke and good workers. 1 Grey Team, weight 300 Ibs., 1 Delivery Wagon. 7 and 8 years old 1 Buy Geiding, S years old. 1 Set of Pouble Team Harness. good Lumber Wagon and Hoy Hack. 1 Single Buggy, nearly new, with pole and eveners. 1 Single Buggy with shafts. 1 Fanning Mill, nearly nev.-. 1 double set of light Harness, nearly new. 2 sets of. Single Harness. A number of other articles. TERMS CASH. B. C. PETERSON, Proprietor. tile Birnt. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. once girls for musical comedy work, also signers; experien- ce unnecessary. Apply W. Samson, Orpheum Theatre. COAL MINERS AND MINE LABOR- ERS Dominion Coal Company Limited require experienced coal miners and laborers for work in their coal mines at Springhill, Nova Scotia and at Scotia. Steady work at good wages for men of experience. Apply to Employment Department, Dominion Coal Company Limited, Glace Bay N.S., or to Resi- dent Superintendent Dominion Coal Company, Limited, Springhill, N. S. Ad. No. P :to take washing and ironing by the dozen. Apply stat- ing price per dozen .to Box 14 Herald fflce. A middle, aged farm hand must be temperate and good milker. Will hire by the year. Steady place i'or a good man. Apply J. W. John- son, Sec. 17-9-15, 4th; Taber.J southeast of 12 Experienced. girt for Con- fectionery store. Apply fectionery Co. Palace Con- MEN WANTED To learn, barber trade now .is Vest time wages while learning catalogue iree. Moler Barber College, .604 A. Centre Calgary. 3.74-0 .SITUATIONS WANTED .by English girl, experienced in all household duties; good cook." Will sleep at home. Ap- ply Box 11 Herald. LAND FOR SALE FOR land close to the city, in one to forty acre tracts by owner. H. Galvln, Phone R 304, Lethbridge, Alta. LOST AND FOUND bay horse, and 'buggy, horse is .blind in left eye; branded IN on left hip. Reward i'or return to Frank Johnson, Royal the East pound u ere dincrent schools of medicine, it was not the treatment he would have followed in such a' case. As to the sanity of. Moellerins. J. R. Palmer, lawyer for the plaintiff, drew- for Dr. Merrick" a hvpothecal case of a man who wrote disconnected let- ters, continually- spoke bi people be- ing down on him, was at time great- ly depressed, disinclined to work, and .asked the doctor if such symptoms mieht not indicate a derangement of mental powers, Dr. Merrick said they would indicate. that, and that ithese symptoms might be: strong enough' to warrant close observation of the patient. On cross-examination by Mr. Dunlop, Dr. Merrick said he would he slower in calling in an ex- pert- in such case, if the patient were his brother, than he would.-be in the case of an-otdinary individual, but that he would not he slower to plac- ing the patient under close observa- tion. As evidence to support the plain- tiff's claim that. William Moellering showed wigns of mental derangement previous to" the sudden tragedy of July 4th, Mr. Palmer put in- evidence a lett.r taken from the body oi the young man after he had shot himT self. The letter was in an unsealed envelope addressed to a sister, and was written in a disconnected -ner. On request of Mr. Palmer, -Mi1; Dun- lop also produced the diary'of Miss tie nurse, covering the period of Mrs. .-.Lilly's treatment by her brother, and of the tragedy. Mr. .Palmer wanted iime to look .over the diary before .putting it in. .Mr. Dim- lop said that he-was sure-Mr. Palm- er would not want to put "the. diary in as evidence after.he had looked it over, but now that it had been pro- duced, he wanted, before turning it over to Mr. Palmer, to insist ihat it bo put in evidence, whether Mr. Palm- er wanted it or not. This M'oellering, sis- ter of Dr. Moelltring, was on the 'stand for two hours, and put through a very severe cross-examination hy Mr. Palmer. Dr. Mosllering, under ex- animation by Mr. Dunlop, stated that 'Iog8y> soft ami inxurinnt, .1. ,D. Hlg- he had come to Milk Rivet last April j fe Co., Limited, Druggists, in response to a found his. brother apparently suffering from nervous caused trom worry. He treated him fur such, 'and the brother improved, and continued to improve. The doctor stated his brother had jivi n him no indication of being and had i never Riven the slightest .hint of be- I ing.dangerous. On several occasions he had handled guns, going on shoot- ing expeditions. TO the Victoria .Mansions, ouo furnished basement housekeep- ing flut containing large ballroom, dining room, kitchen with laundry tubs and bath. Kent per month. Also single bedrooms and bath from per month. Apply to the Man- sions Office, between 1 and X o'clock. Phono TO RENT TO roomed house, fully modern, furnished or unfurnished; just off line. Terms moderate. Apply 628 15th St. South. TO house, seven rooms, fully modern, good location; piano. Write P. O. 531, or phone 1412.. PROFESSIONAL CARDS 'MASSAGE SUPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Medical Mnssago mid Gymnastics' Eloctrl- Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis anil Sham- lioolnn Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull store long. Good business stand, lu the Brook Block, 402 13th St. N. CHIROPRACTORS TO large trout rooms, unfurnished, (very large living room and a 'bedroom ueiached) in a bunga- low oloso In. Suitable tor light house- keeping. Will rent singly or en suite. Apply 1203 3rd Avo. S. FOR modern 7-roomcd house, with three doors from car line; rent very ply Box 10, Herald FOR acres, 12 miles trom City of .Lethbridge and 1 mile from Wilson Siding, aO acres summer fal- low, balance stubble. Easy ternir be arranged. Apply to A. Phone R B. Ives, HOUSE WANTED S or rooms, fully modern, well built, also accommoda- tion for auto or horse preferred; per- manent tenant. Apply Alberta Loan Investment Co., LU., Phone 12H. p O. Box MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR year old bay mare, buirgy and harness, complete. .Apply -_? _ _O 971 10th St. South. FOR planter; Peerless two hundred egg Incubator and brood- er; two horse blankets; picket chain and pin; steroptlcon outfit (-both elec- tric and. acetylene light, assorted all goods new and at half it price. Apply 1319 1st Avenue North. 28S-C, FOR 2 2-year ol Holstein Bulls; 1 pure shire boar. Papers for Write or phone Felger Farming Co., Ltd.. R. 411 _ 1 pure bred bred Berk- animals. _ FOR 20 young dairy Apply J. W. Johnson, Sec. 17-9-15, south-east of Taber, Alta. 282-13 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE TO room house and one acre of land, set to '6 year old fruit trees, Morgan's Acre Park, Spo- kane. Close to street car and city limits. Trade at as part pay- ment on quarter section of land in Alberta. Apply P. 0. Box 2S7, Leth- bridge. -_________ COAL RANGE WANTED range with water tank. Apply J. H. Miller, 1248 5th Ave. South. since Nov. 23rd, 1915, two horses, de- scription as follows; One black horse no visible brand, three white socks; ohe bay horse, branded lazy B over 3. lazy .5 over bar on right hip. GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Sulphur with .jt' to Restore Color, Gloss, Thickness. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol I added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark. and lux- uriant, remove every Wt of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Just a few applications will prove a revelation if your hair is fading, gray or dry, scraggly and' thin. .Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the readyto-uae tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle at drug stores, known as "Wy- eth's Sage and Sulphur thus avoiding a lot of muss. While' wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- By darkening: your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because, it does so natur- ally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn- ing all gray hairs and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dam, 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., S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lethbridge. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER 's.TTJDIO: Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. PHOISTE 1313 Have You a Car on our Pricftfs Smith-Murphy and Co. OUR BUSINESS 16 CHANG- ING YOUR "GRAIN" TO "GAIN" Office 308 7th St. S. in Sherlock Building (Ground Floor) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbriilu'e'Branch Reference Bank of Nova Scotia .HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG SMITH Smith and June B. spinal adjustments will ouro your chronic complaints. Call in and talk It over. Office In residence, S03 7th Ave. S. Hours Phone 1677. VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousnesi, com- munications to Manager, Box 102, Taber, Alberta. PIANO TUNING MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Aocoiichor. Hours p.m. Office '314 Third Avenue! Phono 12C3. DR. Eyo, Nose anil Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. OSIcij hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341, sideuco COS. DENTAL DR. M. J. gradual! of Royal College of Dental Surgeon: Toronto, and holder of a Domlnloi Dental Certificate, Office: Room: 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1073 DR. L. T. (successoi to Drs. Courtice uato University of Maryland. Roomi S and 3. Macdonald Block. Phoni 1165. Lelhbridge. Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mcj Clure Hours: 3 to 5. Office, Hlgj Inbothnin Block. Phono 374.' j G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours CertiOeata SIT. Assn., London, England.- Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 11C8. 1353 6th Ave. A.South. DR. E. G. mem; her of Royal College of Surgeons! (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (London.) L.D.S. ISOOi Hours: 8-12; 1-5. OKico: 6-S Hlgj inbolham Blo6k i AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All ttnds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks of morcnandlne purchased. I will also Buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 416 13tU dt, North Letbbridge. Prone 1023. FRANK you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Leth- brid.ee, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. PRIVATE HOSPITAL I PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlen.'s Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of woric at Its best. most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran !to Works ot Calgary. Office oppn site Court House.- Phone 601. Re sldencc 284 7th Ave. S.. Phone 1176 Open day and night______' S. Y. Funera1 Director. 803 3rd 'Avenue South Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND o all'fc'lndi. Carloads or leas. Inqulri for quotations when buying 'or sell Ing- We are In touch with the bes markets. Storage, space for rent! Excellent basement for peilshabli goods. Hyde Saunders. Phon> 1244. P. O. Box 1.12. DECORATING WELLINGTON Docorat ors Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlng, General Decoratlns and Sign Writing. Bstimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; office phone 1752. Shorlock Bldg.. Leth- bridge. Alta. Collect and deliver. Phone 324 Sixth Street South. 1812. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN- ING re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone 444. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 611 8th Street South, Lethbridge Hours: Day School, p.m., every school day. Night School: Monday and Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping, Arith- metic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write tor information. FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING Far remodellings for 1915-16, will test workmanship, more than ever. We guarantee all work in both lines David Scott, 916 Cth Ave. S. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenns S Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. Shoe 'Repairing as usual at Brooks' store, 402 13th Street North. Very best leather used.. Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with 1 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- partment, stating, their requirements and class of Alberta Certificate held. Teachers who' have not yet ob- tained definite advice regarding the standing to which they are entitled in thla Province, should forward for registration any certificates they may hold together wi'h recent testimon- ials 'as to teaching ability and moral character. Address all communications to THE DEPUTY MINISTER. Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. Q. Pianos ARMSTRONG A RAWORTH BROTHERS PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (TJ.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 yean experience in Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- ly patMted. Trade Marts signs lejlsterert: Infringement and validity aearches. Evidence collect- ed In patent suits. prepared for counsel. Write for InforttaHoB, Expert wltneaa In pattnt suits. Pat- eitta obtained In all countries. 99 tt James Street. Montreal. W. A. HENDERSON A COY. hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountant! A'countancy In -all Its eranchea: Audit. Secretarial. Ad- visory. SystenwUzlat and Trust Work, Usations, Acadia Building, Letnbrloga Realdant R j RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartiired Accountant (w.ot.) 'Onllia voted dov.n a for a new tov.'s hall. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WiNNiPEG SRMN EXCHANGE Lathbrldgg Floor, Hull Block. J TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S, 0. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Weitley, Acadli Block PonyExpress and Transfer COAL C. O. D, Fifth Phone South. CRAVING OF ALL KINDS DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. C. P. R. Freight Shaaa. PHONES: Office ;