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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1915 EMP WITNESS" Mutual Master Last night's program of .again Trtmght. TONIGHT TONIGHT! LOIS MEREDITH in 'HELP WANTED' Paramount Feature "All In The Dayl British Comedy Tomorrow, Blanche Sweet in "The Caiitivc" ORPHEUM TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME The World Fita'Co. Preeenta MclNTOSH In Col. Carter of Cartersville 1 TOMORROW The White Terror A Special DARK" A World Feature dents jn wa'r arc depicted in no mean -Carter is one of the lea'dlng officers, and the story circles experiences. There is atiso i a good love story running through the and Corsets." a delightful comedy, of. the refined nature, with no i rough and tuuble action, is one of the programme which will bo repealed tonight. THE EMPRESS 1 "The Tenor of the two- part Thanhouser. feature, was the stellar attraction at the Empress last 1 conceded to be one of i'the best thrillers shown at this pop- i ular theatre for some time. The story d'id not fai! to kept the audi- "on-their toes" during the run- ning ot "the -t'wo reels. Many hair- !breadth escapes are recorded, and the j falling. ;oi 'an .automobile is not the i least important. 1 p.n unusually good detect- r ive story was shown, and pronounced In good'picture. Many interesting in-' cldents In the ilfe of a great detective 'are told. 'Fatty" in a female role is sure to I create a furoro of laughter, and last night's picture was no exception, j "Fatty's Seaside Lovers" was all that was necessary for the comedy end of a good programme. ;The special 'war budget showed Borne very interesting war scenes. The programme wiil be repeated tonight. The Popular Scotch Line I MONTREAL TO GLASGOW IT.S.S. ...Oct. 11 IT.S.S. Aihenia ......Nov. 6 I 'Cabin passengers only. 3rd. I Class, 533.75. I Prepaid Tickets from Scot- f land issued at lowest rates. Full information from any Ry. or Steamship Agent, or H. E. Lidman, Gen. Agt., 349 Main Phone M5312, Winnipeg. THE ORPHEUM "Col. Cartar of a fi De- part World Film, featuring Burr Mc- Ictosh hi the leading role, that of the Colonel, appeared at the Orpheuin last j night, and as the of the even- j surely lived its name. The picture as the .name Indicates, Is' one-that deals with the situations- and siory of the Civil War... The large company and cast that took part in the picture, spared no pains to pro- PR'OMINENT OFFICERS DEAD London. Oct. casualties publisned toda; iucluoe 119 officers and 3607 men. astern front, of 20 are dead. The dead include many prom- inent..pfficers, among them UeuL-Col. John R. E...StanEfie'id, commander of the 2nd Gordon Highlanders; Lieut.- Col. Arthur Parkin, commander of the 7th Battalion of the Northampton- shire Regiment Went Col Godfrey and other intf'Bnwne, son of the Earl o' Kenmaro. BAILIFFS SALE Complete furnishings, Fittings, Fixtures and Stock-in- Trade of la the matter of JiortrsgM and Lien Agreements, made by THi KINO'S HOTEL CO aiyl B. B, MeOARTY, in favor of BAWOEN IROS bEA'DER t SpODE; G E HOT80N. ind NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY, I irtll Publfc Auction at King's Hotel, 13tiT Street North, Cltf at 10 o'clock in the morning on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12 art aontinalw from to tv .until MI tire and chattels MM: BuOHmi fnniltiirt suitable for private residences: I JhMMl -MaUrasses, Bedding, Table a, CrooatlT, Kitchen Utensils, S lane National Cash ftMk'oC WtaM and Liquors, Cigars, Bar Fixtures, etc. ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE Pnwtloritr FuraHure jknd ftettfres are' as good ae new. ArtlolM MMI up to date of pale from 2 till 5 In the T.J.SIMONS-Sheriffs Bailiff LMkbrldte, this of Senemlinr, 1916. ADMIRAL VON HOLTZENDORFF Former commander of; the German high seas fleet, now head .of the naval general staff succeeding Vice Admiral Bachinann. ROBLIN'S LAWYER MAKES' EXPLANATIONS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. that he had been incorrectly reported in a recent interview given at Toronto t in.'connection with the trial of four ex-ministers in Winnipeg, E. F. B. jjohnstone, K.C., has sent a letter, un- l der date of September 30, to the At- j tori ei -General of Manitoba, Hon. A B. Hudson. johnstone states he has no complaints "to make of the Attomey- I General position or -of the Crown counsel, whom, he thought, I conducted, the prosecution with "graat j fairness and moderation." Mr. Johnstone avers that he inti- mated not that this was political per- secution, but a political case, though [he gave no authority for the publica- [tion of this remark. About the .founding" .of Tories, Mr. Johnstone' says his statement was [that he was told this by some Tories m Winnioeg They Tvere not his re- marks, and were not given, for publi- 'cation. He., said nothing about retal- iation. In closing, the Toronto lawj er said 5y young man. Apply lion 44 Herald, Is the to clear out all your old' aiid roosters. Best prices given. Call up Wystt at the Diamond City VVANTTSP-'To'raake money tor you II you will buy ami sell your furni- ture through'the City Second Hand store..... 347-6 young business, room with "pciined- private family, 'preferably'will) breakfast also gr.r- agc. Box 13, Herald.. 247-Qi SITUATIONS VACANT j. frtrl for housowork. plv at once. Mrs: Max-ivell, 8.17 Stll J_l__ Hrst class Apply to Aloerla. .-y i tor grocery ware, house, married, one with preferred. Apply Box 49 Herald of- fice- TO front rooms. Apply 334 1.9th St. Worth'.' __ I'O twelve room house 'in city, moilem, new. and attractive. Mo. 1224 6th South. V Enquire Citizens' Lunvo'er': Co., Phone 16th St. North. boy. one accus- tomed to men's furnishing store pre- ferred. Apply L. Keel. 5th street at Alexandra' Ho- tel, also experienced dining room girl at once. TAILORS be first class, steady work, good wages. Phil W. McCrystle Co., Ltd., Calgary. commission for lo- cal lady representative with fair edu- cation. Experience unnecessary. Part time accepted, Nichols Limited. Pub- lishers, Toronto. No A Young man. 17'years, for clerical work, preferably with' high school training. 'Collection Agency, International Harvester Company ot Canada, or Phone' 1315 or after p.m. phone 1562. agents, male or female for fast selling article of gen- uine merit for the home'; and oflloe. This is an opportunity which means a handsome weekly income for you. Write today for particulars, Dept. 1, 71S Rosers Building, Vancouver, B. C. TRHESHI-NG HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters per day; field pitchers 53 per day: spike pitchers SS.oQ per day; long run. Apply J. Harris Co., P. 0. Box-531, Phone 1412. and women to learn Barber trade; fow weeks qualifies; tools furnished; wages while learn- ing; diplomas granted; catalog free. Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St.! Calgary. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT WAR-Canada's Sons at the forefront of battle. Most'thrill- ing and heart stirring hoolc ever written. Going like'wildfire. Bonanza for 'Only Big terms. Sample book tree. Winitos Company, Toronto. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K.-M. Holme: graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic' Institute, 'Medical Massage and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Thorapeutlc Light Treatments, Electrolysis suil Sham- pooing Treatmtiuts given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull Blk. TO RENT TO bouses to rent, No. 333, 7 rooms, No. 329, 5 rooms, 58; 3 rooms for per month, on 15tli St. N. between 3rd and 4th Ave. Apply to 423 llth Eight roomed fuSy mo- dern house, with gas connection, storm windows and doors, close in, near car line. Apply Mrs. W. J. Mc- Camblr, B38 Bth street south. 34V-B G. H. CR1PPS, IXPSRT' Player-PJauo and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to tho leading 'musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 Mil Ave. A South. TO roomed house, furnish- ed, modern with gas connection, very reasonable. Also one house or. rear of lot 5 rooms, modern, very reason- able, close In. Call at 4S2 4th St. South. W. L. WILSON, Llcvnied Auctlonaer, All kinds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt aetllomonls. Job lots ot stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy the en- tire contents of furnlshoi! .houses. Head offlce at tho Wilson Fjirnituro Co., 415 13th St. North Letubridse, Prona 1023. TO comfortably this winter and occupy one of those mod- ern housekeeping flats with private bath, in the Victoria Mansions, rent- Ing from per month. Apply at Mansions office, 3rd Avenue S. TO thousand acres of first class improved land in the.'Bar- :ons and Cannangay district. Three sets of good buildings, plenty of good well water, 800 acres ol' summer tal- low and good grazing land with water all year round. Will lease for a period of three to five .years to responsible .party or will lease in three parts. For particulars apply to Manager, John Deere Co.- Lethbridge. SMITH 4 Smith Mrs. J. B. is the science ot removing the cause of disease. Call in and talk it over, onice in resideence, 903 7tli Avo. S. Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-8. Phone LOST AND FOUND my premises about two months ago. one bay Hereford (branded 5H on the left ribs. Finder will be rewarded iy writing 'Mrs. John Zoeternan, Pearce, Alta. or Phone Macleod Central. ,3rd, straying from C. P. R. Farm, Lethbridgc, bay stud mine pony, with indistinct brand on left shoulder. II not claimed in one wesk ending Oct. ilth, will be sold to defray expenses. W. Smith, Morning- side.' -white mare, branded- J4 over bar on left shoulder, and on right shoulder. 810 reward for return to -H. C. Beckner, Bamwell, Alberta. 250-2 FOR- SALE-One Ncwcombc Piano blue leather purse contain, and one Franklin Piano, snaps. One ing six spools of thread, a p.cture eiKht-foot Silent Salesman; one Cob- post card, etc.: Finder bier's Patching-, Machine, one Singer to Herald. ________. ____Ja" Sewing Machine. City 'Second- Hand chestnut mare about Store 406 5th St. .S.. 34.7-6 11100 Ibs-weight, star in forehead, left par runabout! foot P inverted L able offer refused. Apply P; Or Bos 474, City. S47-6 hp liberal partv would not have been'true to their instincts or con- scious of their duty If they had not, under the the law in motion." LOST-r-On Saturday on platform at station, small suit case, name card attached, contents of much value to owner; inscription on end of case, Plamond Reward for return to Lethhridge Baggage Boom. BUILD WEYBURN LINE To the Editor of The Herald: the Weynurn line? It is an -immediate necessity that the line be finished at once'. It will'ben- efit this city immensely, as well as benefit all farmers and ranchers of Southern Alberta, especially those along the We; burn line It is m the interest of all trust'companies, loan companies and bankers' to .do some- thing tor their clients This line will make" a short way to market. C, BEGIN. AVIATOR'VIVARD SAFE AFTER 300 FOOT FALL LANP FOR SALE FARM FOR fine Quar- ter sections of land, house barn and granaries, one mile from R R 425 acres in spring wheat, will average very high. Cash'or. crop payments with a reasonable amount as Hrst payment Applj John R Duffield, Dajton Hotel, Now Dayton, Al berta 249-12 TOR acre faiin in Grass, Lake district; well large house, granaries, etc.; horses, cattle and full set' of implements. Easy terms. Will trade for revenue property. Box 13 Her- ald office. ________ FOR Quarter section witti shack, barn and granary, 1 mile and' half from elevator, and rail- road. Will consider trade for Leth- bridge property- Apply Box 14 Her- ald office. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. 'Offics C. P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES: Office Stables 1H3 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., 1. I. MITCHELL C. P. R. ticket Agtnt Lethbrl PROFESSIONAL CARDS PIANO TUNING AUCTIONEER CHIROPRACTORS MEDICAL' DR. W. 3. Surgoou, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avtnue. Phone 1253. DR. Bye. Note and Throat; lir. Sherlock Bldg. Oftlco hourR .evenings by ap- pointment. J Phoiies: Office Re- sidence 603. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate! of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a-dominion Dental Certificate'. Office: Rooms 5 and 'C, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. ,T. (successor to Drs. uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 0, Macdonald Block. Phone. 1166, Lethbriuge, Alia. DRS. MARKS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 8 to 5. Office, Hlg- Inliotlmm Block. Phono 371 DR. E. G. mem- her of, Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-H; .1-5. Office: M Hifi- inibotham Block. PRIVATE HOSPITAL. TANNERY ALBERTA ROBE AND TANNING Sixth Are. East, Calgary. Fur Dressers and Tan- ners. SEWING MISS M. by the day or at home. 317 7th Avenue South. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors; Paperhangers and KalEOmlning. General Decprating and SiijTi Writing. Estimate! given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridse. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1V52, Sherlock .Leth- bridge, Alia. DYEING AND CLEANING THE In Chemi- cal Drj Cleaning Immediate at tention given to out-of-town'.orders. We press your for 50e jcach; Phone 1812 Fetch and deliver 324 6ih Our CITY DYJEINQ. AND" CLEANING WORKS hsve the most modem Steam Cleaning and Ptenob Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta, Specialists in cleaning and dyeing Phone 444 beside Biro Hall VIAVI (The Herbal .Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc com E.unjcatlons to Manager, 192, Alberta. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and. Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director arm Ensbshaer; also agent tor the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 501. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. .8., Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. Funeral Director. 80S 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open nigHt and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND ot all kinds.- Carloads or Inquire for Quotations or sill- ing-h -rs ia touehwlth the best markets. Storage space for rent Excellent baaemeDt. for .purlibable goods. Hyde Bauhderi. Phons 1244. P. 0. Box. 111. R O. 3, Macdonild Blk. -Lethbrldge, representing Thompson Sons and -Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg Qrain. purchased on eon eienment at Efghelt current prices WESTERN HAY, GRAIN CO CJ McCSenajhan manager y- track CorresiKma ents Baird (fc Botterell Winnipeg and Calgary HlghMti prttes paid for all kinds ot grain Latest quo- 1 tatlons at all time! direct from Winnipeg -Chicago ft Minneapolis Office E-ipress Block next to Alex andra Hotel. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4th Avenue "S" Phone 171T and shoes will ie called for and dellyered. FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING -r Fur rembdellings for 3915-16, will test -workmanship more than ever We guarantee all work in soth lines David Scott, 316 6th Ave S t PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer S and Registered Patent Attorney. IS experience in Canad4 and U. 8. Inventions prompt ly patfTlt'etl Trade Marks and De- signs registered infnneement and validity searches EUdeiiee collect ed in patent suits Reports prepared for. counsel for Information Expert witness In patent suits Pit tnU obtained In all count-iea. M. 8t James Street. Montreal-. MILK AND CREAM PURE un'der sanitary conditions from nealtbr cows. Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy. I'umer and Wltchell. PASTEU3RIZED MILK We dollter Pasteurized, quarts for 1100 All disease gsrmi unimpaired. Ask your Orocer Dairy Butter Crystal Dairy, Phone 157S. Auto Livery- HENDERSON ,UT er> Phone 588 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater nity and all medirai and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- ciimetafl'eps ot the patient Poor for free of charge Graduate nurses for private duty also provided For further partlt. ulara apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St S Phone 1233 A M Tiiley, Supervisor. Rose Cameron, Grad. Nune (Mini J T. Maektnzie, Grid. Nurse W. A. HENDERSON COY. Medlcln, hi! Winnipeg Chirtfred Accountirrta ULall Us bnnches: Audit. Secretarial, Ad- vliorr, .SystemitlilBfc and Truit Work, later- Aeadla Bulldina, Riaident R J. RITCHIE PATCRS3N, TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANClt, PARTIES, ETC. S. O.iFvHALL (Ground 'floor) Appfy C. Bid RUBBER STAMPS by the Herald Jtb Dipirtmint. Phsnt 1282. f A. EVLYN SMltH PHOTOGRAPHER5 90t Third e APPOINTMENTS MADE. PonyExpress and Transfer GOAL C. O. D. Ml FIMt DRAYINQ OF ALL THIS PAGE TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. 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