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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HESALD TO-NIGHT A MutvMiter T Gniphicind a Keyuej "THE CAPTIVE" 5 Reels A Paramount Teat TONIC HT Also The White Terror llliv Comedy au.1 The Universal Weekly of Ail the Latest War Event.. FOUR APT FEATURE OF MIRTH :O house, -3Sven ooms, fully modern. Apply Itrcet front rooms Master picture in Jour parts, produc- ed by the Thanhouscr company. The story is written by A. E. Wilson, and is one of the south. It centres about a family tie Darringtons. descend- ants of civil war veretans. Darrington plans a match for his daughter, who 'j'HE 'ORPHEUM i their children. -Tiie White a nowertul scene is enacted In TVnrlij feature, is the stellar at-: traction "at the Orphemn today and me tomorrow. The play is of interest and action, and has a reputa- p-iay, the Beared of a suspicion by "Gen's Witness" which pho- gue and be shown at the see this won-; toniglu ana tomorrow. AT STARLAND One of the most stirring and magni- ficent battle scenes ever sliyvn on the screen is included in the l.i'St part of Jesse L. Lasky's, picturization of uuu i, n interest ;iuu a scene on the glass door. tion for'gripping qualities. Those WHO ,.OOIi pictures, iMluding pnjoy lots of good intrigue and uuler not fail to see this won-' (ler'ful picture.' The cast is a strong one, making the play one of the best screen 'triumphs seen today. BiMie :Hhode3, the popular comed- ienne is-seen in a delightful, refined THE EMPRESS Florence La Badie. the popular mov- ie actress who will he remembered, playing the leading role in the fam- ous Million Dollar Mystery. Is the heroine in tonight's feature at the -Empress, "God's Witness." a Mutual Blanche Sweet makes her second stel- lar appearance under the manage- ment of the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co., is the manner ill which the Turkish noble, who figures as a cap- tive made to do menial work during most of the drama, finds himself in unes of v.-ar prove a blessing In dis- guise and they become united at last The above feature with a Weekly and a Komic "Ethel's make an exceptionally enter- iining program for this evening. .Major H. C. GaeU, of Red Deer is now second in command of the 12th Mounted Hides. _____ the recent Balkan-conflicts are care- fu'ily 'reproaiiced; wltli most exciting "one turns to the plot of sThev-'Captiye" in which BAJUFFSSAU Complete furnishings. Fixtures and Stock-in- _ Trade of KING'S HOTEL I VALUED AT In-the matter of seizure under Mcrtgages and Lien Agreements, made by THE KING'S HOTEL CO and B B McCARTY, in favor of BAWDEN BROS., HOTSON, LEADER GOODS, G E HOTSON, and NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY, I sell Public Auction at King's Hotel, 13th Street North, City of Lethbndge, commencing at 10 o clock in the morning on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12 and continuing from day to day1 until entire goods ana chattels are sold Excellent Furniture suitable for pmate residences: Brass and Enamel Beds, Bed Springs, Mattresses, Beuolng, lable Linen Dishes, Kitchen Utensils, 3 large National Cash Registers Stook Wines and Liquors, Cigars, Bar FixUres, etc. ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE Practically all Furniture., and Fixtures are: as good as new: Articles may seen day up to date of sale from 2 till 5 In the TJL SIMONS-Sheriff's Bailiff Lethbridge, Alberta, this d9y of September, 1913. SITUATIONS VACANT CANVASSKR WANTJSD-JAt once; must be of good character, and np pearance. Good prospects to right Regular remuneration.-. Box it, tirsl class blacksmith! man. Herald oflic to Angus Jicintyre.. Alberta. WA" for grocery hoi married, one with experience -rred. Apply Box 49 Herald of- DANDRUFFY HEADS BECOME HAIRLESS If vou want plenty of thick, beauti- ful, glossy, silky hair, do by a means get rid of dandruff, for it will starve your hak and rum it if J'9U Travel's. ace! boy, one accui" tomed to men's furnishing store pre- ferred. Apply L, Keel, 5th Street South. 2W man. 17 years, for clerical work, preferably with high school training. Collection Agency, International Harvester Company ol Canada, Ltd., or Phone 1975 or after 5 p.m. phone 1562. It doesn't do much good to try to brash or w-ash it out. The only sure way to get rid of dandruff is to dis- solve it. then you destroy it entirely. To do this get about four ounces ot ordinary liQnid arvon; apply it at nisht when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rab.it, in gent- ly with the finger tips By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will 'fce "gone, aridvthree or four more applications -will -complete- ly dissolve and entirely, destroy: single sign and trace of it. lou ivill find, tie that all itching and diaging of the scalp will stop and your -will look. and. feel a hundred times better You can get liquid arvon at an> drug store It is inexpensive and lour o moes all vou.will matter h5w much you have Tins simme rem edy neier agents, male or female for fast selling article of ger julue merit for the- home Mid office This is an opportunity which means a handsome weekly Income for you Write today for particulars, Dept. 1 71S Rogers Building. Vancouver, B C. TRHESHIN'G BANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters .per-day; field pitchers per pitcheri 53.50 per "day; Apply J Harris Co., P. O. ;Box 531, Phom 1412. and women to learn Barber trade; few weeks qualifies tools furnished; wages while learn Ingr; diplomas granted; catalog free Holer 'Barber College, 604A Centr St., '.Calgary. commission for loca man representative '.with fair educa 'tion. Experience unnecessary. Spar time accepted. Nichols'Limited, Put Toronto. No B W youre an Anoly Box Herald. Now Is the tTiuR.to clear ut nil your old hens and roosters. ost prices glteii. Call up Wyatt at make nioiioy lov S'ou tou'wlll buy and sell your lurnl- iiro through ihs City Second Hand itore. 247-6 voting' business man, oom with, refined private family, referably" with -breakfast; also gar- ec. Box 13, Herald. _____ TO KENT have a number of ouses for rent ot reasonabe rental, 651. M. P- Johnston Co.. Vlberta 'O comfortable room, lose in, use of phono. Apply morn- ug or evening at 542 7th St. South. Single gentleman only. 251- Apply 34 13th St. North._________________ fo twelve room house i city modem, new and attractive. Vo. 1224 6th Ave. A South. Enuulre ;illzens Lumber Co., Phone 334; 134 Cth St. FOK roomed mo- Icrn house, with gas connection, itorm winnows and doors, close in, near car line. Apply Mrs. J. Mc- Cambly, gth muth._247-li r6 comfortably this vinter and occupy one of those mod- ern housekeeping tlats with private bath, in the Victoria Mansions, rent- ng from S20 per month. Apply at he Mansions office, 3rd Avenue S. PROFESSIONAL GAR0S MASSAGE 8UPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- Mltl K. M. gradunto of tho Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic. Medical Massage and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light' Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- liqolng Treatments given by up- polntment biily. Room 1 Hull Blk. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPSi EXPERT Player-Piano and'Organ llepatrer; 20 years factorj' experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assu., London, BngiBuii Iteference lo tho leading musicians ot tlie city. Phone 110S. 1253 6th AVB. A South. AUCTIONEER W L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds ot sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt .settlements Job lota of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy tie en- tire contents of .furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co, 41C 13th St. North Letnbrldge. Prone 1023. ______ SMITH 4 SMITH (H. Smith Mrs. J. B. Is the science of removing the cause of disease. Call in and talk It over. Office !n resldeence, 003 7th Ave. S Hours 10-13; 2-5; 7-8. Phone 1677. class improved land in the Bar- ons and Carmanpiy district. Three sets of good buildings, plenty of good well water. 800 acres of suirhner fal- ow and good, grazing land with water all year round. Will lease for a period of three to five years to resiponslble party or will lease in three parts. For particulirs apply to Manager, John Deere Co. Lethbrldge. LOST AND IfOUND .Pomeranian ;pup, on Sunday evening. Name owner en- craved on collar. Finder please re- turn at once to 615 Oth St. South or Phone 4S5. Airedale Pup. Finder call it Jackson's Drug Store and receive my premises about two months ago; one bay Hereford bull, .branded 5H on the left rifis. Finder will be rewarded by -Wilting Mrs John Zoeteman, Pearce, Phone R-202 -Macleod Central. FOR Newcombe Piano and one Franklin Piano snaps One eight foot Silent Salesman one Cob bier's Patching Machine, one Singer Seumg Machine City Second Hand WE WILL PAY YOTJ J120 for sM FOR SAT E I Bays, to distribute religious litera- ture. Liberal-pty for scare time Ex perience unnecessary either sex -In ronto. Ad No J 3rd, straying from C. P. R. Farm, Lethhrulge, bay .start mine pony, with indistinct, brand on leii shoulder, Tf not claimed in one week ending Oct 1th, will be sold to dcfrai expenses W Smith, Morning- OSTr-One white mare, branded J4 ver bar on left and on right shoulder. ?10 reward for ty Store_J06 _S ___ FOR Overland car runabout in good condition evecvthmg- corn plefe electric lights etc No reason able oiler refu ed Ypplv P O Box 474 City 247-6 ternational Bible Press, Toronto, HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Soni -at the forefront of baftle. Most thrill- tog and heart stirring boolt ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza for representative. Only H. Big terms. Sample hook free. Winitoa .Company, Limited, .Toronto. on left hip Reward for return to "Mitchell Nurseries, Coaidale. Saturday on platform at station, small suit case, name card attached, contents of much value to owner; inscription on end .of case, Diamond S. Reward for return to Lethbridge Baggage Room. To the Ratepayers of Lethbridge: Ladies and have not come in to meet the mostjneasre leomremenVi jrf the City for this year by nearly' up. to date, but it is money begins to circulate from the marketing of our great crop, that at least more will Ibe paM into the City Treasury. ntirenq Com- The estimates for 1815 were pared to the Done by the CIUMOT mittee but even at that the Commissioners scraped the bone and made further reductions. Every last nickel, will be required to meet the Cite B full c-Dligations, but there, are a few items that mar stand over 'for a while a and meanso H C Beckner, Barnwel! to Alberta.__________ chestnut mare abou! i star in fnrpliead, left iind foot white, ibramled F Inverted L CHIROPRACTORS 'I---- MEplCAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Acebuchor. Hours p.m. Office 91-1 Third Avenue. Phono J1253. DR. Bye. Nose and. Throat; 115 Sherlock Bills. Office hours 'evenings by np- liolntmciil. Phonos: Office 311, Re- sidence 5'JIi. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate ot Royal Colloso of Dental Surgeons Toronto, ami holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate.' Rooms 5 mid 8, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlce imte -University of'Jlaryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdbniild Block. Phono llGa, LclilbrtJgc, Alia. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours; 8 lo 5. Office, lllg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E, G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Bug. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. Hours: 6-12; 1-5. Office: 6-S His- ittbotham Block. TANNERY ALBERTA ROBE AND TANNING .Sixth ATO. East, Calgary. ;Fur Dressers and Tan- ners. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangcrs and Painters; General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethnridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Leth- bridge, Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in Chemi- cal Dry Cleaning., Immediate at- tention given to. out-of-town orders. We press your suits for 50c each. Phone 1812. Fetch and deliver. 324 6th Street South- Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS have the most modern Steam Cleaning. and French Dry Cleaning'plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists In cleaning and dyeing Phone 444. beside Fire HalL VIAVI (The Herbal Horn's Treatment for Nervousness, com- munications to Box 192, Alberta r PRIVATE HOSPITAL 'RIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home.-Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone r UNDERTAKING. T S .Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 6C1. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 117b. Open day and night. S Y Funeral 'Director. 803'. 3rd Avenue South. Phone Open night and day. FE BALED HAY AND ot all kinds. Carloads or less. Innulro for Quotations when buying Ing. We are In touch with the-best markets. Storage for rent Excellent basement. lor perishable Boods. Hyde Saunden. Phono P. 6. BOI 112. p O Macdaiialu Blk., Lethbridge, representing Thompson Sons and Co-, Grain Merchants. Winnipeg. Grain purchased on con- slcnment at highest current prices. LAND FOR SALE FARM FOR fine ter sections of land, house foam and granaries one mile from R R 42o acres In spring wheat, will average high Cash or cfop payments a reasonable amount as first payment Apply John R. Duffield, New Dayton Hotel, New Dayton, Al- berta FOR acre farm. In Grassy Lake district, well improved, large house, ibaras, granaries, etc horses cattle and full set of implements Price Easy terms. Will trade for revenue properly. Box '3 Her- ald office Her- to give ns, but there, are a few tems a a o pr Citizens a chance- to -tan, .round and and W meansjo lld offlce FOR quarter section with shack, bam ami gjanary; 1 mile i half from elevator and rail- ____ Will consider trade for Leth- bridge property. Apply Boi'14 Her- FURRIER WESTERN HAVund GRAIN C M manager I Icensed track buyers Corresponn ents Baird ft Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest prices paid for all kinds of grain. Latest quo- tations at all -times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis Offlce Empress Block, next to Alex- andra Hotel FURRIERY AND TANNING Fill remodellmgs for ISISK., mil test workmanship, more than ever We guarantee all work in both lines 'Ba! id Scott, SIB 6th Ave. S PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (V.S.I and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 yean eiperlence m Canada and U. S. Inventions prorott.- ly patented. Trade Marks and Do- signs legistered: infrinsement ana validity searches Evidence collect- ed in patent suits Reports prepared for counsel Write for information Expert witness In patent obtained In all eountrlei. 99 St. Jamee Street, Montr-al. Auto Livery HENDERSON, GARAGE ery Phono. 588 1! LIT SHOE REPAIRING FRAMK 4th Avenue' If Phone 1717 and shoes .will be..called for and delivered _ MILK AND CKJ3AM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and Wltchell PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver quarts for .All .disease germs unimpaired. Art your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy Butter Crystal Dairy, Phono 1576 outstanding for 1915 plus the 1914 this year I am keep the Cl.y running informed that there are sufricient men owing NEW MACHINES MADE IN LETHBRI0GE We have lately none manufacturing, and for nil DEEP-WELL HAND PUMPS With thin mirop a child can pumn from a 250 loot nell as .easily -with the ordinary pump in a 38 foot well BURR GRINDERS id r Three Ro11 You are invited to call and ECO these machines, Made by G. KJSCHEL, Lessee Of the Plent of the Lethbridge Iron Works Co, Limited. m a cannot L excused by any stretch of the imagmat on If the taxesUre not naid to the extent of at least earliest possible moment in 1916, which will cover all taxes not paid in 1914 and the 915 taxes of all who have not paid their 1914 taxes Our Charter will not allow us to collect where onl> 1315 taxes ara not Ve made partialpaynients'possible this'year from which w- hoped ereat results'which did not materialize. If every, one had paid portion ol heiri taxes there would been a necessity for a Tax Sale H the average taxpayer had paid B0% of his taxes that sum, combined uKe" a sxt then- money are warned of the evil consequences to themselves and the 11 about 75% of our property Is under for very Vsmnll wlll'secure to the City the payment of the taxes by Therp will, bo no difficulty about collecting for the Cltys rwiremeTtsTbut our City !n this strait when yon have the money "For the same reasons given above, uncolleoted taxes m our MtimMlon. are ainoluteiy safe for several years, and car, .pay .the interest and all other Charges M long ll unpaid. Why then, when you have the money, will you the City must liave pfl91S oulsUuiing taxes either by voluntary payment or a Tax Sale. Yours .truly FOR SALE OR Stude- mker auto, full equipment; sis room, modern house ana also an irrigated tract close.in, to trade for farm land. VI P Johnston Co., Alberta Block. ________________ FOR have income property in Spokane, Portland and Seattle, also farm lands in Washing- ion and Oregon to trade for Alberta lands. What offers have you? M. P. Johnston Co., Alberta Blk. SALE OR EXCHANGE HARDJE. Travel in Safety Ad. Nil. K.' MAYOR. STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers sailing un- der the American flag from Turk to Liverpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All information; including re- servations, etc., S, B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lcthbriage. A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDIO: 906 Third Avenue South APPOINTMENTS MADE, THE NURSING MISSION Provides, visiting nurses for matei- nlty and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) anil charges according to the cii cumstunoes of the patient. Poor patients cared Joi free of charge Graduate nurses for private duty also provided For further partic niars apply to the Nursing Mis slon, 413 14th 6t S Phone 1233 (Miss) A. M. Tmey, (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. 8. O. Jl, HALL (Ground Moor) Apply C. Westley, Acadii Bleck RUBBER STAMPS in by the Heruld Job DcpsrtMent. Phene I28J. W. A. HENDERSON COV. Lethbridge Medlcln, hii -Winnipeg Chartered in all Its branches- Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, aystematliitjj. Trust Work. Innee. tijitioni, Llauidatioiu. Acidie Building, Lethbrlgge Resident pi RITCHIE PATERJON. Accountant PonyExpress and Transfer CO At C. O. D. Phone C32 (01 Fifth Mreet South GRAYING OF ALL KINDS DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. Offlce-C P. R. Freight Shear- ;