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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO ,.TJK E L E T H-B BID G 8 P AIL E R A t P SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1015 TJIE LE't H-uniU'U P. f _J i _ Island Frornllie And] Qwfa Jffig Tin's rlnntor (9) of 'The Diamond 1! rom the Sky is ACE >n ip _ .T _ _ UUMT I V UU II 111 I II I I Inmlml nnd dcaintble In Positively the Last Appearance of The Eckardts TONIGHT AT The Orpheum Charles Chaplin ter the ninth nay vill he considered. mm SITUATIONS VACANT experienced chamber maid. Apply at DallM_HoteL_241 good general "aep-ahL Call in the morning or evening at 7th St. Soutli. .1 serv- Sonera. ant, no Apply 423 ISthSt. South. soum. jHutT WANTED-Must be good plain tele- COOK aim cupaun; vi phone. Apply at the Nursing Mission. cook ami capable of answering October next TONIGHT Britain's Secret Trealj' Four Ritchie in Love and Sou L-Ko Comedy The Only Child Comeiy Drama TOPICAL WEEKLY LATEST WAR' NEWS MONDAY -nd TUESDAY Meredith Owen Moore Hell) Wanted A .THE OSPHEUM The Orpheum's opening night, un- der the new management may be con- sidered a huge success. The Musical a talented quintette of musical 'artists.entertained the large audience during the ening, and were on .'many occasions forced to giv Last time F Stuart Whyte Presents the 1915 Musical Comedy Hit To-night Whyte Presents the Comedy Hit H A Carload of Scenery, Coltumei ,nd Effect! TIMELY PRICES 25c, 50e, 75e and seats BOW selling at Iledley1! The ninth chapter of TheYDIainond Ftom, the a chapter of which appears ar eacn weekend bill at the OrpbeUBT, was shown last night '.The story in the wonderful serial is be- ing mterwoien more tightly with each instalment, and the picture last night provided one more link in .the story. When -Vivian Marsden, whose only de- sire is to gain possession of the dia- [mond, learn- that Blair has it, will- ingly consents to their mairnage. Af- ter -tte wsdSns, is arrested, but escapes his bride. Their in- iterestins experiences in eluding the I detectives comprise the remainder of tine chapter Charlie Chaplin in a two-reel ,cream, "Dough and kept he audience convulsed with his comi- cal actions The picture has been shown here before, but was repeated popular request .Master Zoe Haigh finishes his en- iagement at the Empress tonignt. e Toin Deere Plow Company, mite'd Daniel Casey, The Mansen once, young men for automobile lousiness. Big We make you expert, in ten weeks b mail. Pay us after we secure you position Century Automobile Insti Aneeles; Cal. THRESHING WANTED Bundle per day; Bel pitchers ?3 per "day; spike pitcher Apply- J Harris Co., P. O. Box 531, Phon 1412. 245- the follow lands m the WBB9H Montreal to T.8.S. Oct. 11 T.8S. Nov. 8, T.S.8. -fw.' 13 Cabin only Hitt.-rG.bln ,152 50; 3rd PREPAID TICKETS fron Scotland, usaed at lowest rmtw Full infotmation from any Hailwar 'or Steamship Agent, or {TV. UDMAN, General Agent 34t Phone M5312 Winnipeg orth East Quarter, oi wVntv-ei'ht Township Two "n Ringe Fourteen West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving U4to His Majesty, His Successors and As- Sins all mines and .minerals and the right to work the same, will be offer- ed for sale by .public auction on Frt- day the 22nd day of October 1015 at the hour of.. one o'clock in the afternoon at the Post Office, in the Village of Milk River, in the Pro- vince of Alberta- will.'be subject to a Reserv- ea Blrt In be fived ibv tile Court. TERMS AND CONDITIONS will be made the time ot the sale or can be ascertained from the undersigned Solicitors. and women to lear Barber trade; few weeks qualifies tools furnished; wages while learn ing- diplomas granted; catalog fre 1 Moler Barber College, ,604A I St., Calgary; HORRORS AND ATROCITIES O THE GHEAT Son at the-forefront oI-natUe..Mort.thtil ing "and heart stirring book written. Going like wildflie, Bonanz for representatives. Only .JL B Sample book free. Winitoo v LimiteS, Toronto. DAIRYMEN buy .a milk route. Ap- y giving particulars to Box 50, Hcr- 17 St. South. TO RENT____ "furuTslied room. Apply O or unfurnlsh d at. reasonable rent, to reliable artv a fully modern six roomed ous'e, steam heated, gas.. Apply 501 4th' St. rn houses to rent, No. 33 7 rooms, 514; No. 329, 0 rooms, S- S rooms for per month, on 5th St. N. between 3rd and 4th Ave to Mrs. H. Burgess, 421 llth t. S. Phone 680. .jjgrH "room cottage, elec ric light and water, hen house: er month. Mrs. Hoyle, LOO Lvenue North. '0 six and one twelve oomed house, fully modern, can be leated with coal or gas, 6th. St.. a. lose in. Will rent reasonable. Ap C -B Bowman .or owner. Ed. Jlc venzie. Phone H-109. roomed fuly mo- dern house, with gas connection storm windows anil doors, close in near car line. Apply Mrs. W J Sic Canibly, 639 6th street TO roomed house, .furnisti ed, modern with gas connection, ver reasonable. Also one house on rea of lot 5 rooms, modern, very reason able, close in. Call at 422 South. comfortably th winter and occupy one of those mod era housekeeping Bats with-, prlvat bath in the Victoria, Mansions, ren ire- from 520 per month. Apply t the Mansions office, 3rd Avenue 5 TO tllolBand acres first class improved land in the Ba ons and Carmangay district. Thre sets of good buildings, plenty of goo well water. 800 acres oi summer fa low and good grazing land wit water all year round. Will lease t a'period of three to flve years responsible party or will lease three parts. For particulars apply Manager, John Deere Co., Lethbridg MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate JIT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone IMS. 1253 lith Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. iiiye, Noso and Sherlock Bldg. Office evenings .by ap- pointment. Phones; Office..841, Re- sidence 593. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College ot Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Deutnl Certificate. Office: Rooms and G, Bryan Block. Phono 1871. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Couillco uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 11G5, Lcthliridgn, Alta. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks ot mercliandloo purchased. 1 will also buy en- tire conteata of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Fv.mituro Co.7V 13tb St. North LctcSrldge. Pro'ne. 1023. CHIROPRACTORS DRS. MARKS' and Successors to. Drs. Stewart and Mc- Ciure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, His- inbotham Block. Phone OR E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Ens Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 1-5. Office: 6-S Hig- irebo'hnm Block._____ MITH SMITH (H. Smith Mrs. J. B. is the science of removing the cause of disease. Call in and talk it over. Office in resideence, 303 '7th Avo. S Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-8. Phone 1677. "2-24 TANNERY LBERTA ROBE AND TANNING 'Sixth Ave. East, Calgary. Fur Dressers and Tan- ners. SEWING MISS M. by the day or at home. 317 7th Avenue South. DECORATING WELLINGTON L'ocoret ors and I'ainters; Kaisomining, General Decorating nnd Sign Writing. Estimates given The oldest established Painters in Letiibriage. Res. Phone 1472; phone 1752, Sherlock Blag., Leth bridge, Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE' in Cheml call Dry Cleaning. Immediate at tontion given to out-of-town orders Wo nress your suits for 50c each Phone 1812. Fetch and deliver.. 324 6th Street South. PRIVATE HOSPITAL 'RIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Special rates giv- en on application. 122t 7th Avenue. South. Phone 746. Kuneral Yilrpptor and 'Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works ot Calgary.' OltlcB.pppn- sito Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidencc. 2S'I 7th AVG: S.-, Phone llrG. Open day and night. S Y HURST-Embalmer ft Funeral Director. 803 3rd AVonuo South. Phone 1S02. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of an kinds. Carloads or less. lnq.ult. tor quotations when buying or sell- tag. We are In touch with the best Our CITY DYEIN6 AND CLEANING WORKS have, the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta, specialists In cleaning and ayelng Phone 444. beside Fira'Hall. 1M-0 LOST AND FOUND FOR acres of potatoes, p R Farm, Lelhbridge, bay stud Eood crop, four miles south east ot [ne with brand on citv also 15 bens coming in full.lay., if claimed in ono -.IMH cti.. Ava R rift wrill hf> Kdln to 3rd, straying !ron P. R. Lelhbridge, bay ct, r 'VIAVI HO 3, Macdonald Blk.. Lethbrldge, representing Thompson Sons and Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased on con-, signment at highest current prtaes. WESTERN HAY and GRAIN CO.-r- C M McOlenaghan, Licensed track buyers. Correspond- ents Bainl Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest .price! paid tor all kinds ot grain. Latest quo- tations at all times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis. Block, nest to-Alen- nncln Hotel. cr Apply 1221 6th Ave_S. soll. WPCk ending Oct: nth, will be sold to c. u. _ ji CnUing Ut-t. itlli, win UL. "w _eiray expenses. W. Smith, Mo'rning- and one Franklin Piano.snaps VIAVI (The Herbal Home'Treatment for Nervousness, com- municatlons' to Manager, Taber Alberta. SHOE_REPAlgING FRAN'K 4th Avenue s. Phone 1717 and slioes will be called for and delivered. an one rn eieht-foot Silent Salesman, -__iTnnTiino nn NIONUMENTS Headstones and 'Crosses of every description to order. SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. MUSICAL COMEDY. MUCH ENJOYED Pleasant memories of the days hen the best musical comedies and the highest das'! of performances played in Lethbridge, were recalled by the large audience that fftled the .Majestic last night to greet the open- ing attraction of the season, "The Girl Prom Isonbere' played by the Versatile Co The performance throughout was first-class. One could hardh wish for a more refined for jnore entertaining performance, npiced by fots of-good, catcby music and dainty maids, wearing the "sea- Clinton, the.petite prima plays tne leading that if The Girl From and .with ler merry and flippant acting, singing irf graceful dancing, made a hit with Billy .Oswald and Harry Hoyland, two very clever comedians, are abso- utely a scream Their continual rapid-fire of brand new Jokes convuls- ed'the audience.- They are an admir- able team of actors and have good scope for their histrionic abilities in .heir respective roles Particular mention is due to the number of prettj gowns worn by the chorus and members of the company. There are twenty-four musical num- bers, including the Glide, and every." number was thoroughly enjoy- ed. The company will play the same piece again tomorrow night, and will give a sacred concert, tended towards patriotism, on Sunday evening in the; theatre at 9 o'clock. undersigneu eieht-loot OIIBUU The said land is situated about ten patching Machine, one Singer miles Bast of Milk Hiver. Nearly all g" j Machine.. City Second Hand nf the-said land is said to be raider Sf H4riA S. MWi of the -said land is said to be raider cultivation. There', is said to -be a small house on the said land! The said land is said to he fenced. _ DATED at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 20th day of September, A. D. CHURCH, Mc'AR-THDR fc DAVIDSON.. Barristers fc Solicitors, Conybeare Block, Get our prices and leaving city an JIALCOM! YOUNG, Auctioneer. Lethbridge, Alberta. Store, sacrifice for 'sale. The fnRtrjiment Is n quick sale, me ,_L_" flrst class condition. Cash or terms. Write Box 1 Herald. FOR SALE-A five-passenger car, -in first class condition, full price very reasonable. Apply Herald. Ad. No. II. FOR Overland1 runabout, in eood condition, everything com- pleil electric lights, etc.. -No reason- able, offer refused. Apply P. 0. Bov I VALUABLE DISCOVERY IN I COMPUEXION BEAUTIFIER I AT STARLAND Starland presents an especially at- tractne program for this evening. "Britain's Secret a thrill- ing drama in four acts is an inlCTse- lv interesting feature, graphically de- scnblm; an Intrigue of Britain s -ene- mies to obtain possession of a sec-' ret trealj Iwtseen Britain .ami a Europeial'pAyer Pexton BiaVe is ol treaty stolen, and Wcfeda'in the enemy s Vuift V cftverlj impersonating the "euf minister of war. Because ot its peculiar power of absorption, also 'because it serves every cmolient purpose, ordinary mer- colized wax is perhaps the most val- uable complexion beautifier discover- ed within recent years. If one uses this she needs no toilet cream. Some use powder! afterward, but this is not necessary- This rule for applying mercollzed wax has teen found very satisfactory: -Wash the face with warm water, drying lightly. Before thoroughly dry, anoint the face with the wax. but don't rub it in. The favorite way is to use before retiring, allowing it to remain on all night and washing it off in the morning with warm water. All druggists have this wax ID original one-ounce packages. For the removal of a wrinkled or flabby condition there's nothing bet- ter than to bathe the face in a solu- tion made by dissolving" 1 ounce pow- dered saiolite in pint witch hazel, Beneficial results are quickly, notice- able. "The Only Child" is a very pleas- ing conir.l-. drama the central figure being a child of four jcars, who gives a -wonderful demonstration ol cWver aci mg Tlicte features combined with an L-Ko scream, "Love and Sour .Notes" featuring Ilillie Ritchie ami the "lopual Weeklj" war budget make'an extremely -enjoyable pro- gram. TUIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P UNCLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. Travel in Safety ST1EAMSH1PS American Line Steamers sailing un- der the American flag from .Xow York..' to -Liverpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS i Two sailings per week. All information, including re- servations, etc., S. B. MITCHEU- c. P.' R. tleket Lethbridge. STRAYED Four horses, blacfc OHI.A11J1J---iUlll and one bay will) bald face, branded BH on left thigh. One bay and one irown (branded L (Joined) over D on eft thigh. All four branded D, arrow jointing up, 1, on right thigh and Nos. i9 liO, 61, 62 on right neck; brown io'rse bad wire cut on front foot and one bay had bell on neck. Liberal reward "for information leading to re- covery to V. Meek, Diamond City, Alberta. 33S-0 i mare, four white less, white face, branded inverted ,10 on left thigh. reward for return to FURRIER FURRIERY AND rcmodellings .lor 1915-16, with best workmanship, more We guarantee all work in both lines David Scott, (ith Ave. S. MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone H-312, North .Lett." bridge Dairy. Turner andjltchell. PASTEURIZED J. Buga, Staffordville. Phone 116G. chestnut mare about 1100 Ibs weight, star in forehead, left hind foot white, branded F in- verted L- on left hip. Tteward for re- turn to Mitchell Nurseries, Coaldale. -On Saturday on platform at station, small suit case, name card LOST- PATENT SOLICIiOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawver (D.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 years in 'Canada and U. 8. Inventions prompt- ly patented. Trade Marks and De- signs icgistered; infringement ana vrJidlty" searches. Evidence collect: td in patent suits. Reports prepared r counsel. Write for Information. Expert witness In patent Pat- ents obtained In all eountrlw. 99 SL James Street, Montreal- We deliver Pasteurized Mtlfc-ri3 quarts'for All .disease -germs destroyed-quality .Aik v-our Grocer for Carljle -Brand-Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy. Phone 1BT6. attached, contents of much value to owner; inscription on; end of case, Jiamoud S. Reward for return to jethbridge Baggage Room. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freiaht Shtai. PHONES: Office Stablef 1163 1044 Auto Livery HENDERSON, OARAGE Antei Llv- ery. Phone 58S. 180-0 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiljng nurses for mater- nity and all medical anil surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of ths patient. Poor patients cared for free- of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply, to. the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St: Phone 1233. (Mist) A. M. TiMey, Supervi.or. (Mlsi) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Mill) J.T. Mackenzie, Qrad. Nurse W. A. HENDERSON 4 BOY. Medlcln. hat Winnipeg Cnarterea In all 'Audit, Ad- lisory, Systematiilnt.' and Trust WorV, lltations, Liauidationa, uulldins, Leihbrlagi Resident RITCHIE Accounant 3 RUBBER STAMPS Mado Uthbi-idge by ihe Herald Job Oepirtment. Phont 12M. (fOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. WMtley, Acadla Block A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER "STUDIO: 906 Third Avenue South, APPOINTMENTS MADE. PonyExpress and Transfer COAL C. P. D. Phone C32 (01 Fifth (treat South. DRAYINO OC ALL KINDS ;