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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALP FIRST SHOW 7.30 PARAMOUNT PRESENTS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915 SMA Mary Pickford in "Rags rMV SIX ACTS "THE QUEEN OF THE "COUNTERFEITERS" UNIVERSAL WEEKLY TO RENT roomed cottngo fleetwooil School. 943 12th St. S. lior mouth In advance. Key next door. Apply CM Uth SL S. Phone 1134. ILLUSTRATED LpCTURE LABRABOR By Dr. GEENFELL "THE HERO AND PATRON SAINT" 'WESLEY CHURCH Tues., Nov. 30 AND 25c. Plan at Jsckson'i Drug Store Christ andW AlECTURE Will Be Delivered In The MOOSE HALL, HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK Entrance 5th "Street and 2nd Avenue. South, on SUNDAY; N. OYEMBER 28th, AT 7.30 P.M. SUBJECT: RELATION OF CHRIST'S PEOPLE TO WAR-THEIR PRESENT DUTY, AND FUTURE PROSPECT OF-WORLD- -CONQUEST WITH HIMi: By ME; ALL SEATS' T BATSFOKD NVITED-NO COLLECTION. The Salvation flrmy The Home League of the local Corps are having a Sale of Various Articles On Saturday, Dec. 4 }n the old McKHlop Store 604 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH The opening will be at 2.30 p.m. Limcli will be served from the hour 01! opening until the close of stile. One-tenth of entire income is Tor the .Patriotic Fund, SITUATIONS VACANT general servant. Good wages, no children. Apply Mrs. D. L. Hardle, 1212 5th Ave. South. :i good man, alilo to milk well a tomed to cows aud horses. 1CCU TO Fully modern six roomed house, hot and cold water, 'near air line. Apply 5JC 13th St. N., corne Sill Ave. Phone 12th St. J) N. ovculngs at u.! rent, two or iiire-3 fur- nished rooms, without dishes, by married couple -without children. Ap- Iily lioom 9 Dominion Ulodi. roomed house, fully modern, furnished or iiist oft car line. Terms Apply 528 ISth St. South. :unfurnislied; moderate. TO store 75. ft. long. Goo'd'-business stand, in the mock, 402 13th St. N. PROFESSIONAL CARDS SUPERFLOUS HAIR i nMirv n____ K. M. Holmea graduate of tho Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic lustltuto. Medical Massage and Gymnastics Eloctrl- ral Vibratory and Therapeutic. LJsht 3'reatmorits. Rioc'.rolyels nod Sham- wooing Treatments given by ap- polntmout only. Room I Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS Brook t large front rooms, The Crystal Daily, Blnirmore, Alia., unfurhlslied, (very largo living room or Phono.202. Blairmore. .ml( ami a .bedroom detached) in a bunga- w assist wltli 'flow close in. Suitable for light house- housework, one who can sleep at .keeping. Will rent singly or en Buite home. Apply 303 l-'til SI. S. 395-6 Apply 1203 3rd Ave. S. 230-6X once: SMITH 4 Smith and June B. spinal adjustments will euro your chronic complaints. Cnll In and talk It over. Office In residence, 903 7th Avo. S. Hours Phone 1677. automobile business. make yon expert in Young men for FOR RENT Bis pay. with ten weeks by -Fully modern 7-roomed gas; three .doors Iron mail. Pay us after we secure you position. Century Automobile Insti- lute, Los Angeles. once, a good general servant. Apply CS-t 9th St. S. car line- rent very ply Box 10. Herald once, competent mar- ried couple or girl for general house- work on a farm'. Must be a good plain cook. Highest wages. Write or phone Mrs. Ii. P. Atkins, New Day- ton, Alta. girl for fani- ily of two. Apply 1220 3rd Arenue I South. good general black smith at Nemlscam, the, large .territory, Ye Twain Greats Olds j Quire of Ye Knox Presbyterian Kirk na womenne by yese prefents knosrs DW give now be given agen Our tale-is twice-told, but 'tis by requeft, (A compliment wh wins ye quire's nest) ajme changes msrke ye orefent bill ot fare, But alle ye faVrites wu ye menu beare. In lovelie garb of aunclent ancestne YeJsTOEers wil be come and see, our greate and grandsires mug Wiling ye-Knox Kirke come along Ye. -symphome, wh did such stir create, Agen wil make ye people all elate. Ye whole it was By Ernest Layton; -what canne we say more. On WESNESDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, December 1st and 2nd. A Collectione of Twenty five Pennie. wil be taken at ye door. HALF YE PROCEEDS IN AID OF YE BIGGE PATRIOTIC FUND. N B.-IF PERCHANCE YOU CAN'T LAFF DON'T COME. MARY PICKFORD IN "RAGS" Mary Pickford, called by many "the spirit of the screen." returns to Star- land Theatre next Monday, in an ap- "peallng'picturization ot Edith Barnard Delano's latest novel "Rags." This five-part production of the Pa- I mous Players' Film Co., on the Para- mount programme, is a delightful combination of comedy and drama, both of which elements of the story are thoroughly human. "Rags" is the daughter of a drunk- ard who abuse's and mistreats her, but whom she loves with all the ardor of her strong young soul. Her- mother was loved by a wealthy man, to whom, however, she preferred the worthless man sue married, dying'after the birth of her daughter. How through the invisible influence ot destiny, be- comes so enmeshed in .Uie web of fate that she meets the nephew ot the man whom her mother rejected, and fails in love vitli him, though realizing that his social position is too far above hers to ever permit a marriage be- tween them, and how eventually her mother's lover learns of her unhap- piness, aud takes her to his palatial home to live w th him where his nephew again meets her and in tbD new renews his are and symp- helically In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dis- trict ol Calgary and this is the one for the right man. The Board of Trade, Nemiscam, Altn. W. G. Bowen, Sec.-Treas. thickly settled with prosperous farmers. Each man has "ynSCELLANEOUS FOR SALb golden opportunity in his FOR SALE_A complete threshing outnt, cook and bunk car, all in good shape. Cheap. Will take stock or grain on trade. Apply Box 46, Her aid office servant. 531 8th St. South. FOR acres. 12 miles from City of Lsthbridge and 1 mile from Wilson Siding, 50 acres summer fal- low, balance stubble. Easy terms will be arranged. Apply to A. B. lyes. Phone R 609. HOUSE WANTED S or 9 rooms, fully modern, well built, also accommoda- tion for auto or horse preferred: per- manent tenant. Apply Alberta Loan Investment Co., Ltd., Phone 1214 Box 354. Apply general serv- ant for a family of three. Apply to Mrs. H. W. Menzle, 510 Uth Street South. oats; 10.00 ton delivered. Apply P. 0. Phone Rural 402. once girls "for musical comedy work, also signers; experien- ce unnecessary. Apply W. Samson, Orpheum Theatre. good yearling and 3 young colts, and one mare. A good buy for cash. H Rambo, Boy 46 Herald. COAL .MINERS AND MINE LABOR- ERS Dominion Coal Company Limited require experienced coal miners and laborers.for work in their coal mines at Nova Scotia and at Qlace Bay, Nova 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, Springhlll, N. S. Ad. NO...P FOR mounts, 25c flower ornaments, 25 and 35c.; buck ram hat shapes, 25c.; babies' fleece lined silk and wool bonnets, 2oc, handsome premiums to take washing and ironing by the dozen. Apply stat- ing price per dozen to Box 14.Herald middle aged farm hand must be temperate and good milker Will hire by the year" asfeady place for a good man W John son Sec 1791 4th southeast 01 girl for Con NOTICE -CITY-OF. UETHBRIDCE Monidpal School IB herebr tStt'a meeting of the Electors ffltthe City of Lethbridge will held In the CLERK'S OFFICE Dec. 6tU, fmi II till noon for the tmotf of receiving petitions of nowlnnMons of candidates for the office of Commissioner ot Public Utilities of the City, for a term of three years. the Puhlle School District gi_two vacancies for the of two years, >nd for the Mnuite School Dlitrict No. 9, tio for the term of Given under my hud >t Leth- tfflge of Novem- >o you want to earn >10 a week or more n your own home Reliable persons will'befnmUhdwitlj on Atlto-Kniltine MKhiaes. V We teaqh you at: home, distance I is no hindrance. .'.Write lor pirtieu- rates of pay. d. ac. stamp. ALTO CO. STColIineSt Toroato t ItitjsLcr; gnglami) N THE MATTER OF THE WINDING UP ACT BEING CHAPTER 144 OF THE REVISED' STATUTES OF CANADA AND AMENDING ACTS. N THE MATTER OF THE DAVID- SON METAL COMPANY, LIMITED fectionery store tectionery Co Apply Palace Con _ MOV V. learn barber trade now is lest time to learn wages wlile learning v catalogue free 13th at. S. FOR 2-year, old pure bre' Holsteln Bulls; 1 pure bred Berk shire boar._. Papers for all animals Shire DOar. ruyeio Write or phone Felger Panning Co FOR lana close t the city, in one to forty acre tract by owner H 'Galvln. Phone B 304 Lethbridge Alta Moler Barter College "604 A Centre 274-0 Notice to Creditors NOTICE is hereoy given that, pur- suant to Order ot His Honor John A. Jackson, Local Judge of the Supreme Court made in tho abova matter on ember lath 191 the creditors of the Davidson Metal Company Limited in liqu dation are on or before the 'Oth day of December A. D. 131- to send in their names and addresses and the particulars their debts or claims, tie nature and amount of se- curity (if any) held by them respect- ively with the valuation thereof under oath as reuuired by the 72nd section of the Winding Up Act, together with the names and addresses of their Solicitors (if any) to the Britisl Canadian Trust Company of Leth uridge, Alberta, Liquidator for tht Davidson Metal Company, Limited. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after the 20th day of December 1015, the British -Canadian ,Trus Company, the Liquidator herein, wii proceed "to distribute the assets of tht said Davidson Jletal Company Lim ited in liquidation, among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to such claims of which notice has been given to the said British Canad- ian Trust Company, Liquidator of the v A WANTED Representative for one of Canada s leading An excellent opportunity-for man with moderate finances to open up a Piano business that will be veiy profitable. Answer care' of Fred S Cross, Wholesale 323 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Ad. No. L. FOTTSALF OR lui 6 acres In the famous Creston Di trot half mile from railway adjoin ing this land are several bearing or chards Mr A J WISH" pe" strawberry farm at Dnck Creelr is It cated within half mile ot the propert: About rOO acies are fust class fru Jand or would produpe an abundanc of clover alfalfa or timothy lots o 6pen -mountain grazing- lands adjoin ing A light stand ot beautiful covers the land very little unde trust and easily cleared The mai inter piouncial auto road passes wit few hundred-feet of the propert Will sell tor ?3o per acre or nou consider exchange for farm lands I cated between liethbnSge and Ca gar> or as pa-t payment a modern lome m Lethbridge or Calgary For iurther particulars communicate with VIAVI 'IAVI (The Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, com- munications to Manager, Box 192. Taber, Alberta. PIANO TUNINQ H. CRIPPS, EXPEST Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 1253 6th Ave. A South. DR. W. S. Sui-goonT'AccoucLpr.. Hours n.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1253. DR. Eye, Nose and Throat; IIS Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341. Re- sidonco 693. DENTAL OH. M. J. graduate of Roval College ot Dohtul Surgeons Toroatr-. anil holder of n Dominion Dental Ccrtiacato. Office: Booms B and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1011. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce Grad- uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Macdon'ald Block. Phone IMS, Loth-brldgo, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hig- inbotham Block. Phone 374. _ _ DR. E. G. mm- tar of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London.) L.D.S. Hours: 9-12: 1-5. -6-8, H.te- Inbotham Block. AUCTIONEER W. L. Auctioneer. All tinds of Bales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots nf stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses Head office at the Furniture Co., 418 I3th dt. North LethSrltlgo, Prone 1023. FRANK you .are contemplating an auction sale of your fanning stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddlngton, Leth- bridge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty experience. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE -HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates glv en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. DYEING AND CLEANING THE 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- Collect and deliver. Phone 1812. 324 Sixth Street South. UNDERTAKING s Funeral Director and-Kmtmlmer; also.agent for the Somervillo Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 501. _Ro: sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1170. Open day and night. V Funeral 'Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. BALED HAY AND 0( .11 kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ne: We are In touch the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent basement for perishable ooods. Hyde Saundera. Phono P 0. Box 112. 1E7-0 DECORATING WELLINOTON BROS.-Tne Decorat- i ors Paperhangera and Painters; SSsomtaliie; General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established-Painters In Lethbrraee. R3S Phono 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. Lett- bridge, Alta. 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 J 511 8th Street South, Lethbrldse- Hours: Day 'School, 9 p.m., "vetv.sohool-day. Nte1" School: Monday and, Thursday evenings, 7 30 to 9.30. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping, Arith- metic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for Information.- FURRIER J P ter Lund Lumber Co SITUATIONS WANTED of any in- dustrious young man, anxious to ivork and make good. Apply Harold Kerr, 1417 6th Ave. N. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTS range -with water H. Sillier, 'phone 5th ave. S. FURRIERY AND TANNING Fur remodelllngs for 191B-16. will test workmanship more guarantee al work in both lines SHOE REPAIRING CaTe of "Western Canada Lethbridge Alta Ad No K .Ltd TTO'STlND FOUND sail lie hordes ore orowi horse branded 3 W on right bay Indistinct brand. Both had on-halters and ropes. -55.00 for return to 1245 5th Ave. S., City. 296-1 -bay horse, and buggy, horse Is Wind in left eye; branded -IN on left hip. Reward for return to Frank Johnson1, Royal View, Alta. i-293-C the East Pound since Nov. 23ril, 1915, two horses, de- scription as.follows: One black horse scnyuvu .u..- no visible brand, three white socks; one bay horse, branded lazy B over hear from owner of good farm for sale. Send cash price and description. D. P. Bush, Minne- apolis, Minn. No. S. I. lazy 5 over bar on right hip. A. EVLYN SMITH APPOINTMfttTf MApf. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description j made to order. Get our. prices and see OUR WORK BEFORE YOU ___ BUY. Jge Monumental Stone Works Davidson Jletal Compauj-. Limited. DATED at Lethbridge in the' Pro- vince of Alberta this loth day of No- vember, A. D. 1915. SHEPHERD, DDNLOP RICE, Solicitors of the British Canad- ian Trust Company, Liquidator of the Davidson Metal Company, Limited. (Sgd.) J. A. J. Ad. No. M. SECOND HAND GOODS What is the good of potting- away things that you can't..use pr.wear? 1. pay cash tor old clothing, furniture, shoes, hats and all kinds of musical instruments, trunks and satchels. Mi Moscovlch, 3rd Ave. South. Phone 1457. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY if you wish. The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land In West: ern Canada for sale at low prices ami easy terms, ranging from to 130 irrigated lands from 535. One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years. In Irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty only 0 per cent. Here Is your op- portunity to Increase your farm hold- Ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars' apply to F. T. CAMERON, Oen'l Supt of Landi Ocpt. of Natural C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON ft 8KEITH Sherlock Building Ltthb.-ldje Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers" sailing im- cler 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-AJent Lettibridgc, FRANK MILES-511 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered.' Shoe Repairing .as usual at Brooks' store 102 13th Street North. Very best leather used. Department Of Education, Edmonton. PATENT SOLICITOR BABCQCK Lawyer (U.S.) Registered Patent Attorney. 15 years experience in Canada' and D. S. Inventions prompt- ly -patented. Trade Marks and De- signs icglatered; infringement .and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In patent suits. Reports prepared [or counsel. Write for icformatlon. Expert .wltnew In patent aulti. Pat- obtained In countries. Jamci Street, Montreal. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF AL'F.B.EB WEBB FINDLEY, DECEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the Estate of Alfred Webb De- ceased, late of in the .Pro- vince of Alberta, who died on.the 8th day of A, ..D. .1815, at Lethbridge, Letters of -Administra- tion of 'whose'.Estate'were "granted ori the of November, A. D., 1915, by the District Court of the DIs- rlct of Lethbridge to Robert Lee of Morgantown, in: tho State of Indiana, U. are reuuestec] to lie with Messrs. Conybeare, Chinch, McArthur Davidson, Block, Lcth'brldge, Alberta, B'jlfoitora for the Administrator, a statcraent duly verified of all their claims and of any security held by them, on or before the. 27th day.of December, A. after which date the Said Administrator will dispose of the ns sets ot the said deceased and will nol ue liable for any part thereof to any person of whose claim he shall not then have received notice DATED at Letbbrldge, Alberta, this 12tH day of November, A D 1915 CONYBFARE, CHURCH, MCARTHUR DAVIDSON, Solicitors for Robert, Leo Bindle, The Administrator Ad.-No. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education haa established, a: Teachers' Bureau, with the object of. assisting teachers to obtain, schools with .as little expense md loss" of time'as-possible. Tea-hers requiring schools are in- rited to communicate- with the De- ,artment, stating their -reaulrements and clals of Alberta Certificate held. Teachers who have not yet ob- ained definite .advice' regarding, the standing'to which they are entitled Province, should forward for n nun E'VI registration any. certificates they may lold together with recent testimon- als-'as to teaching ability and-morel iharact'er: Address all communications to THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. Q. w. A." HENDER'SON A eov. (.tthbridge Medlcln. hai Winnipeg In all Its branchei. Audit. Secretarial. viBory, Systematlzlnj. tnd Worn, Invec Llauldatiou. Acadla Building, Relldtnt R J RITCHIE PATEH8DN, ChartorW AscounUnt Pony Express and Transfer COAL C. O. D. IDS Fifth phone 632 Street South. GRAYING OF KINDS .ARMSTRONG 4 RAWORTH BROTHERS TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) Weitlcy, Acadia Block DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. P. K. Fralght Office I'M atablea ;