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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY LAST TIMES TONIGHT IlyliUKfil "SAINTS and SIXXEKS" "LOSING Cartoon LATEST WAR GAZETTE A Splendid Paramount Feature. Don't Miss It. Jesse L. Lasky PrcsenU the Popular Stir Itlanclic Hwcct in "TIIK THOUSAXD DOLLAR RED FEATHER PHOTO PLAY6 PRESENTS i" It Happened In Honolulu With a OMt which Includes: Myrtle Val Paul. Fred Church, Bertram Grassby, Lule Warrenton and Jack Curtis..Also Presents the Clever Johnston Children In New Songs anil Dances. PHONE 1722 3 Days Starting "NextMon.Od.9 (THANG8GIVING DAY) MATINEE AT 2.30 NIGHT AT 3.30 THE GRAND REVIEW OF HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES TWICE DAILY BRITAIN'S MAGNIFICENT ANSWER TO'THE WORLD SHOWN UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THEIR GRACIOUS MAJ- ESTIES, THE KING AND QUEEN, AND H.R.H. DUKE OF CON- NAUGHT. BY PERMISSION OF THE ADMIRALTY; T.HEAVAR OFFICE AND "THE MINISTER OF MUNITIONS. THE ONLY REVIEW OF BRITAIN'S ENORMOUS WAR-TIME RESOURCES. SANGTIONED-BY IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT. Prices: Orchestra PLAN OPENS THURSDAY AT MEDLEY'S. The Nursing Mission Provides visltins nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except-.contagious diseases', and charsi'S according to cumstanccs of the 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. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. {Miss) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) BESSle Cook, Grad. Norse BOY WANTED We have a splen'did position open for a young 14 years. An excellent opportunity to learn the dry goods business. Permanent position and good salary, to the right boy. Apply to RYLANDS CO. E C MPRESC Last Time k. 1 TONIGHT HARLIE HAPLIN IN The Pawnshop' A First Run 2-Reel Special. .Also Marguerite Snow in "A Conicr in Cotton" A Metro Wonderptay in 5-Acts. SITUATIONS WANTED TVA NT ill. descrip- tion, family work a specialty) collected uiid delivered to any part oE the city, '50 cents per" dozen ma iernity nursing, excellent references .Mrs. J. Stowe, 2010 First Aveuua North. Box 3S5. LOST AND FOUNP ___ J.OST_A. ladies' gold watch. Ffnder please return to 23S 15th St. .North or phone 400. s What the Press Agents Say "Cardston aud Leth- II, R. H. the Dulie of Cou- [bridge six auto side curtains, one auto naught The pictures were taken by rubber mat aud a mailing list. Finder of the Irapcrin! govern- %-iM be rewarded by notifying or leav At the Empress CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS The raaa of all work about a certain type of private hanking institution known world by three balls in the cheerful and foolish role which en- sages Charles Chaplin, the MutuaFs .millionaire in his October comedy release, .entitled "The shown for the last time at'the Empress tonight. 'The Pawnbroker" Is another com- edy of the class ot The and finds Charlie again in his famous trade marked make-up of pants, cans, mous- tache and say nothing of his .-trousers, which "we shall not. With liis usual Chaolin funniness he wades info the Pawnshop with a cheerful determination to frolic through his labors. Marguerite Snow will also appear for Ithe last time in 'A Corner in Cot- ment and the and Admiralty Of- fices. They are the only officially recognized pictures of England's part in the great strife. The plan of seats will open at Hedle.Vs on Thursday. MILLION MORE MEN WILL FINISH WAR .Montreal, Oct. is enter- ing on the last iap now and it will be glorious if Canada can supply her just proportion of the last .million men. needed to bring the war to a remarked Sir William Paterson, prin- cipal of McGill, on his arrival home from England today. At Stnrland 11} land m her fisat screen appearance as Letty in the great dra- ma, "Saints and Sinners." create! a moat faTorable impression at Starland last inght She is without doaht one of the most uirsome and dainty actresses "ever seen in the city, on ihc screenV The olay is one that .ap- peals to the artistic as as the temperamental sense aid is replete beautiful scenic effects and vir- ile action! splendid feature will be Ehown for the last times tonight. -.-Wednesday and Thursday the ev er popular star Blanche Sweet will be seen in another great Calgary, Oct. A. Merri- an, placed under arrest Saturday and charged with manslaughter, was re- leased on bail on Tvlonday niorning. Two sureties'of each and his own bond Tor were put up. The matter was settled soon before noon. G -A. Trainer, solicitor for the ac- cused, appeared in police court Mon- day appeal for the. re- lease of the accused, on hail. He said the matter was not a serious one and there was no reason why Mer- not t out on bai wouM consent to the accused being released on bail." to be put .up in the form of a bond by the accused and in two other sureties, the names of those who went surety .for him to he submitted for approval. Merrian is facing the manslaughter charge in connection with the death ing the same at the Herald office. 5th between ritariand aud Hudson Bay Store, .a-small purse containing money "and 101st Batt. shoulder badge. Reward Cur return to Ford 232-0 white cow; one horn cut; branded E on left ribs, also NE on left thigh. S5.00 reward to E. Wright, Foremost. 24S-6 S: Bay gelding, white star, snip near hind foot, wh Ue spoton off hind coronet, brand- ed C.P.R. on left should- er, branded on right shoulder and on left ribs. fgffWj A. 23: Black'" eeiding brssd-1 ed on left ribs. and C.P.R. on right shoulder.1 A 55: Black gelding, off hind heel white, branded C. P. R. on left shoulder, branded on right shoulder, branded R I on'left hip. A 14S: Bay gelding strip, two white hind legs, white spot off fore coronet, branded C. P.-R. 'on shoulder, branded O on' right side of neck. Not very plain. Finder return to Mr. Thometz arid 'receive, reward, 24S-U NOTICE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA The New Rules, Onion, and Korms or proceedings or the Loslnlnlivo As- sembly or Allieftn arc now published and lire 111 operation, anil will be strictly enforced. Important adorations have been inde from the Rules formerly In use. Copies or the Now Rules may bo mil from the King's Printer, Govern- ment lluildtngs. Edmonton. Price John H. Cowell. C'lerk of the legislative Assembly. Dated at Edmonton, September 20, 1916. Newspapers publishing llliR adver- tisement without authority will not be paid. Ad. W. SITUATIONS VACANT BAILIFF'S SALE Under and by virtue of a Men Agreement given by .lames A. Close to Swedish general Electric. Limited, anil to me directed against the goods ami chattels or James A. Close, named n the said Lien Agreement. I have seized the following goods, namely: One -0 h.p. --0 Volt Motor with Slides, Pulley and Starter. Une 10 h.p "20 Volt Motor with Slides. Pulley and Starter. Which I shall expose for sale on Saturday the Seventh day of October. 1916 at Roy Electric Co. Store, Fourth Avenue. South, Leth- Alberta, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. Dilled, Lethbridge, Alberta. Septem- ber 26. 1916. T. J. 31H 0X5. D. Bailiff, FOR A strong reliable boy. Ap- ply The Ked Cross Drug Book Co., "i __________ W Thresherinan for Alfalfa Seed ''Holler. Apply stating wages to Canadian Wheat Lands. Ltd., Suffield, Alia. _ ____ .-249-il By the ISth 'inst. General Servant. -Middle aged prererred. Fam- ily of two. Apply Miss Christie, Dm- mond City. Alta. -49'0 lady. Must be good re- ceptionist. Apply at the Allison Stud- Lethbrldge. 248-3 general serv. ant. Appjyjipx_23_ lady "cook for tartn. Middle aged woman refer- ence required. Phone or write. Kess- ler Bros., New DaytOE. Alta. housekeeper at once. Apply 1259 6th Ave. S. 247-0 to.....look alter 300 head of cattle. Must be accustomed to handling on. the range: Apply Box.27. Herald. and furnishing salesman. Apply McKelvle McOuire. 246-6 once. Woman or girl to help cook for threshers. Good wages. statins'wages expected to .Mrs Henry Spring ,Cbulee: bay- gelding, 8 years old. weight 1100 Ibs.. branded j on right shoulder, 1 bay gelding! 3 years old, weight 900 Ibs., branded on left shoulder; 1 sorrel gelding, 10 years old, I ring bone on front foot, lame, 143 lazy B on right thigh. Reward for return of all or ?n each to Sale and Feed Barn, Leth- bridge, J. A. Smith, phone 247-0 FOR the Farm Lasky production The Thousand of Mrs. Hay Limoges, who sustained j able toi Dollar Husband Miss Sweet will be j fatal injuries when Mercians auto-! HeraliL supported by an all star company in- mobile ran into the pier under the FOU 1G x 20, suit- ho sustained able for a granary. Address "42 eluding Theodore Roberts Toni" For-1 First street east subway early Satur- man Lucile La arnev and others of day morning, exceptionable abilitx At the Ot'iiheuni' It happened in Honolulu is the alluring _title of a Red 'Feath- ci feature which will be seen for tfie first time In this cm at the Or- pheum tonight It Happened in Hon. olnlu' is an original story written and produced bt Lynn Reynolds, and utilizing a cast of remarkable excel- lence .Larry Crane is the junior partner in the ffrm of Crane Son wholesale fish dealers Old Iim Crane the head of ;.the. concern, is a self-made man. From a small beginning he had built up the business until it is known from coast to coast Larry will not take Ins work se.iouslv and is accustomed to Arrive at work nearer noon than moraihg In bis spare time, Larry finds much Or "Hauel Wj'- land. 'The two have a distinct under- standing and are onlj waitin .Larry becomes settled before until they jnarry. The which follows makes >a thrilling picture At the Majestic BRITAIN PREPARED IS COMING three davs starting not Mon- day. {Thanksgiving -Oay) .theMajestic :wlll offer the ttagnlficeut. review of Britain' time reaoi Uila Fmjn >Id Home-Made Family Cough Remedy LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE 640 acres. 12 miles east of Warner, 512 per acre, ?700 cash, balance up to 15 years: Money to loan on' improved .fanns.- 8 per cent interest, prompt service. N.- B; Peat Co.. 10 Macdouald Block. Half land Jill Im proved in crop this year, ot Carmangay, cash ?SOO, bai. over crop payment. Price per acre. P. O. Box 173, IE you combinea the curatirc proper-1 ties of every known rtmcdv, you would Iiardlv have in them all the curative power tfiat lies in this simple "home-made" cough syrup which takes only a few" "-minutes to prepare. Get from any ounces of Pines (50 cents pour it into a Ili-oz; bottUt and fill the bottle with plain syrup. The total coat is about -'54- 'cents and (rives you ll> ounces of really totter cough syrup than could, buv for astcs pleasant'and never spoils. This Pines and fiiisar syrup, prepara- tion pets J FARM LANDS FOR- of section 11-10-22, West of tlie 4th j M. Across road- allowance from Chi- nook Collieries.; Price per acre. Will allow purchaser commission.. For terms apply to W. C. 2101 10th Street vV Calgarj 238 0 NOTICE Fencing Old Trail .John Taylor states fenc- ing off the old. Raymond: trail which runs through his and .he Issues at the cause of a couch ,-h f, and Fives almost immediate relief. It loosena the phkgin, stops the nasty throat tickle, and heals the sore, irrir fated membranes." that line the throat, chest and '.branchial. lubes, BO eently and easily thai it is really astonishing. A overcome the ordinar cough and bronchitis. cpufrh anil bronchial istbmi, there nothing; betters Pinex is .a most valuable concentrated compound %of pcnuine.-ftorffav., pmc ex-, tract, combined with guaiacol: and has 'lilt authorized patrona0i ofjThelr warning to- motorists" atid others ill take the section 246-fi Money to Loan W F NELSON CO, Alberta Loan Block. LethbTidge, 'Alba WANT AD OOC3 TO TARLfY ADS FOR THIS MUST THE HEllAJ D the world war Is pictur- absnliite. salisfStlon'-or ffld-iSy proupt- OFFICE BY ONBI O'dLOOW rTp f tliii pfoittietlon is under the dl- b" preimratioa. SLJJE INSBRTIOJ ON TJIB SA -Th 'tit Toronto, Cat. DAY AS DEJLIVEUKD. girl able to sew well 10 learu the tailoring trade. Also smart errand lioy. Apply Thaell, The Tailor, 60S 3rd Ave; S. I Boy ,lo learn: tlie baking trade. Apply more. -242-0 between 21 Liberal salary and commission.1 Apply 4 to 6 and 7 to 8, or write for appoint- ment. Apply 105 Sherlock Building, Lethbridge. experienced general servant, good wages. Apply to Mrs. R. A. Wright-1240 4th Ave. South. Phone 1259 or to Wright's Jewelry store, Bal- moral bloct once an experienced clothing salesman. Must be first-class window dresser. Apply to L. Keel, P. 0. Box 563. Lethbridge.______228-0 stenographer with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, young man' as general assistant in, meat and. provis- ion store. Must be used to horees'and liave knowledge of meat business. W. M Glasgow, Commerce. Alta. 24. 20 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS to draw coal from the Superior mine. Steady employment for the winter. Apply to Ed. Berford. lessee, or B. K. Bullock, Taber. 249-6 fiirnTshed modern housekeeping rooms for winter. Mod- erate rent. Box 1915 or 1C model in good condition. Box 26, by the day or at home. Apply Box 4 Jerald. 348-C desires board anil room In comfortable horns. Close in. Phone shack. Must be.moved to suit tenant. Give full par- llculars to box Herald. 245-6 WANTED TO of eight or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. Careful tenants. Reply Box 86 post office. "04-0 TO by Novc-mb 1st, a furnished five-roomed cotlajrc. Gas hcated.with garage at iiack preferred. Centrally located. Apply Box li, Her- ald._______________________ .248-0 secpnd hand furni- ture. Also gent's left -off clothing. Prompt attention Nothing too large or too small 16 handle. F. A. 12th St. {A. X. 348-6 to rent, for win- tcr, small furniahed care- ful tenants, .no. AppU'-Jtan- agor. 105 Sllefjock' Uifte.. i U> C alter- notjiis, _ 248-0 PRQJRESSK MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED M. Holm graduate of the Pennsylvania or opaodlo Institute, Medical MUBSI and Qyuinastlcs El trlcnl Vibratory and Therapou IJglit Eleclrolynle a Shampooing. Troalnionts given fcy appointment only. Uoom 1, Hull Ulk. flUSIlAY. OCTOBER 3, 191fi. WAL CARDS MEDICAL CHIROPRACTORS Juno B. you aro ajfk want to regain health. adjuainients anil set well. tation froo. Omce In 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bak- cry, hours S.30 to C; 7 tu Phono 1C77. PRIVATE HOSPjItALS PRIVATE HOSPlYAL--jl Mra. Van Ilanrlom's Prlvato Hospital and Mn- tBrnliy Home. 1224 Avonuo South. .Phone T-lG. FOR hundred Merino ewes Tor sale. Can see same at Chin address. Pick Two Stock Co., Ltd.. Chin. FOR of empty flour bags. Apply Macaroni Factory, Letli- bridge. Alta.________________ -4S-6 FOR sheaves, 510 per ton delivered any part of Lethbridge. Tar- ry, Dallas tarm. Phone K306. AUTO FOR 5 passenger ar, in good running order. Leth- bridge Auto jjo. ____-it! FOR second hiiud cars. One Overland and one Reo. Baalim Motor Co. 320'Q FOR: single' buggy, nearly new. or will exchange for a light dem- must be in'good shape. Apply Box :iS. Herald. FOR SALE cheap. E. II. F. roadster, In good running at El- lison .Milling and Elevator Co., Coal- dale. Herbal Treatment fo- eto> All communica- tions to Mrs. G. Thomas, IKy 10th St. South. S10'36 DEC'OftATING_ WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalnominins, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oiliest established Pointers In Lethbridge. Res- Phone 1472: otfico phone 1752, Sherlock Btdg., Leth- brldee. Al EDUCATIONAL_________ GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth Street S., Lethbridge. Hqurs: Day School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 pm. Office open till 5 p.m.; Might School, Monday" and Thursday Ev- enings. 7.30 to 9.30. Courses in ciok- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business phone 1315. Res- idence phone 1531. 228-0 PR. W. S. GALBKAITH Physician Surgeon, Aecouohpr. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1253. DRS. cbNNOR7McNALLY 4 JAMIt- 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence C19. Offico 11 to 12 m.; tojl.30; 7 to 8 p.m._______ R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., Blclau, 1S24 4tl( Avenue North. -.Hoars 1 to 7 to 8. Phono 476. DR. M. J. graduate or Royal College of Dental Surgeona Toronto, and'holder of a Dominion1 Dental Certificate. Office: Booms 0 and C. Brynn Block. Phone 1071.' UP.. I.. T. (sucCBMOf to Drs. Courtlce tiate University of Maryland.' Rooms S and 9. Macdonaid Block. Phonci _1165, Ltthbrldge. Alta. DRS. MAHRS and Successors to Dm. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. .Office. Hig-. lobotham Block. Phono 374._______ DR. E. G. mera- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Of floe: Hlclubotham Block. Phono IBIS. UNDERTAKING T. a. Fctterly Leading Funeral Director and, Embalmer; also agent for the Somorvlllo Marble Ic. Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 66L Re- sidence 284 7th Avo. S., Open day and night. S. y. Funeral Director. ii03 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1S02. Open, night and day. FURRIER fur work, remodelling cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott, Hislnbotham Block, next city oliices. 233-0 .WELDING OXY-ACETYLEHE WELDING The modern method of uniting metals by heating' without hammering or compression, if it's ;nietat we cmn weld it. The piece will oe itrongul where It ij welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 fitb Street Siiuth. next to Herald. 40-0 jnd Forgings welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylone Gas ing shop 12GG 2na AVe. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 3G9. 186-1) FOR SALE-rEdison Triumph phono- graph with. SO costing J150. Will sell cheap Write or ap- ply to" Jno. Church Street. Staffordville. PIANO FOR grade Ger- har.dt-HeintZinan Piano In perfect con- dition. A snap if taken at once. Ell- n.njre. V. S. 'Adams. CO. Rylands Store. _____24g-p_ FOR Newcombc "piano, in good order. Customer may make own terms. Mason Risen, Ltd., Balmoral Block. 248-0 FOK one cnlcSen nouse 8 3ia2, cost (85.00. one stable 14 x 22. hip roof, coat 1375.00. Doth for {175.00 cash.. A. E Humphries, ISO llth St., South 187-0 FOR good milch cows with calf at foot. Also 1 springer. We have been shipping in well bred breeding stock for the farmer who cares. See us before you buy. 610 Sth St. South. Phone 485. 24M 1717 lor your shoe 'repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for delivered.