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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY UKBALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19H ever- .was good advertising more prpfitabie to read advertising now Eiiro Up-To- The-Minute Printed on strong bond paper; tallies giving strength of the armies and navies, amount of war deht, grain production, and statistics of real interest. Free to subscribers sending in renewal subscriptions for 3 months or over to The LetliTn'iflge Daily Herald... PJ.ain Horse Sense. -Ir a'merchant or a manufacturer is-Twilling to spend good money for advertising, to ask you tc try his store or his pro'duct, it stands to reason lhat hs mini have something worth offering. .Otherwise you would riot go back, or you .woulo> purchase the product, and the first saie lirjeihelast. In that case advcrtising.woijjcl. -TC T pay. It only-pays when it brings 'continis- -IUE patronage, andjto do that there must be rea! '..'given. That is the .reason advertised jtc invariably good. If- CONTINUED FROM FRONT .PAGE. "we have made some progress oa the plateau of the right bank of the Aisne, in front of Soiseous und'to the east and south- east of Verdun. our wing, rlu the Vosges, enemy a night attack in the region of. Ban-de-Sapt, to the north of St. Die. They were re- pulsed.. la the Belgian, field, according-to the latest information .received here concerning the: situation at Antwerp, the GermaDSrOecupied, up .'to the pre- sent, the city. Twenty-four forts on the hanks of river Escaut are re- sisting with energy, In Russia, the fighting still continues with fierceness on the. frontier'o! east Prussia. In southern Poland Between Ivan- goro and Sandolmir, -there, has-been artillery fighting columns of the enemy, who, have.heaa tie feated. NO After October 1st all accounts due to the Company, monthly, gas- accounts and any other accounts, will be payable to the Canad- ian Bank of Commerce. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Office 1163 PHONES -I Office 46? Stables 1664 THE NURSING MISSION Provides viaitlns nurses for nlty and all medical and surgical eases- (except contagious and charges according to the cir cumstances of the patient Poor patients caied for free of charge. Graduate nursea for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars' apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 1414 7Ui Avenue South. Phone IMS. [Mist) A. M. 'Supervisor. M. A. MieKay, Orad. Nurse. Mils) J. Mackeniie, OrjJ. Nurst. Steoiiisiiip Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Line Royal Mail Steamors. French Line to Havre. White star New and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New. York and Canad- -an service. Northern Royal Hall Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Morth German Lloyd. Hamburg American and all ether Lines. Largest and Fastest steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections Cier- monitz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you let ,our train S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Letkbrido-e. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 18 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN 8ERTION SAME DAY AS OR OEMCD. Very Low Fares in connection with Excursions to" tiie Old ,CoiyitrT Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive RETURN RAIL FARE, LETHBftlDG TO MONTREAL'AND QUEBEC SS7.SO TO ST. JOHN "THE VE.RSATILES" "Tho Vorsatiles? aro old favorites I: Lethbrldgo. und'thoSo for th fii-st 'the MafesU lest night Jom iu .the genera chorus of approval, and share iu. th happy iccollectiou winch brought i large croud to the theatre. A iu those Jays is and i was furnished in.'-, exceedingly accept able form by .this, clover, company. Amongst its members were old fay oriteR never seam-stale, "sucb. as Miss Ztirit Harry Hoy land, the whimsical Billy Oswald, bet ter known as and William Conley. There were ne'n- names-on the adding merit to really The Bonssr.weire well "It's a long way, to Tipperary" (jhnrm ingly contributed by Miss Zara. Clln ton, met with a furore of enthusiasm. "The Russian-.Quartette'' was ;partleu larly entertaining, if onlv to hear Mr Oswald announcerhirnself as "Chocolo- lovitch." The various numbers took exceed ingly well, calling for unstinted plau dits, and the performance closed with a sketch, "Scottie In into which an.appropriate patriotic flavor was tastefully inserted Manager.-Len Brbwnvpreviously con- nected with 'in tha box-office renewing acquaintance wKI dis many company.-plays.again1 tonight, "MILLION MYSTERY Eleventh Episode tSiiown Starland The follQwiBgj ja-a 'short sjTippsis ,of the of "The -Million Dollar offered at Episode of the Fast Express Florence and Norton start for -horae by train. The "'Slack, Hun- dred" learn of it.- tVroon nnd Countess Olga board the train Norton'epies them. A terrible accident happens. Norton regains consciousness, finds Olga, hut Vroon and are house, Norton carries Olga to a farm Vroon with enco passed thai' way.' He: the rescue, is ambusiied by Vroon and his hand, is beaten after a fierce fight, and carried to thel' lonely 'hut" where Florence- is heldt? prisoner.. Their threats fail carry Norton.'tied Sand and foot, the r'ftilroad. Flor- ence makes a desperate and all rush to the railroad as. the .fast ex- press' thunders' down the line. .Limit.five months, stow over and ex tension Full information re Rail and Steam ship' Tickets from S. 8. MITCHELL Ticket Agent, Or Write R. District Passenger Agent, Calgarj, Gas Fitting BY EXPERT Estimates for all kinds of heating.-' At our Office pind Shqwfbonis 322 6th Strwit South, Opposite Heraldr TftB StaMirt nifflMflq Co, iICWABIAN Phonea: Office After g p.m. 1892 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1336 ,nt SENSATIONAL FEATURE AT THE EMPRESS The manager of. the Empress" an- nounces that ue has secured the sive fight to show the most wonderful 'eature ever .produced, the sensation- al. Goldseal serial "Lucille' 'feat- uring Grace Gordon, the mdst popu- lar' and, versatile film, star "appearing in the silent drama, and directed by Francis For'd, the.ma'ster'bandiliv'pro1 ducing features of the motion picture world. Tils feature should prove of especial interest to the people of bridge at the present as the'prlu- cipal figures of this stupendous drama are a young girl, Lucille ;Love, the daughter of a officer and in love with a young naval graduate aud riugn Lpubouque spy seeifs to ruin "the father of cilia to gam his own ends, and shows the wonderful vorlflng of a cunning brain, the tricks and wilea .practiced by the most feared- and hated mdm hers of an enemy s won derful serial play also-shows.the un dying love of a girt-for her fatter, country and sweetheart. The coirrage of this girl in of adversity and is the we all wish to possess and show In- confront iSg thw dangers and pitfalls offlife This serial, as well as being great Jieart interest ?sr one educational value as well, as the figat for the papers obtained by Loubouque takes you to ail the countries wcrld showing you the manner m wnich tbe natives of'the uncivilized countries obtain their- living mode of living It also shows of the untrained mild for that of ore qf superior as swell the love of tne savage tttoss iind to inein ff Taking all in all "Lucille Is a powerful gripping sfbry, that commands and holds- yqur attention, from start to finish one that-yqu can to miss. Do not forget the great 'comedy, Too Many a two-rSel ture that is a real feature ure will be sboivn for the last JIme.ito-> day of the films are up to he high grade Empress standard Jt ss Lillian Sonsteby, the girl that made the nop iu popular, will ring the atest popular ragtime songs The ladies are requested to watch he Empress it will interest them., The Herald Want ad ;5 boy says: i lit aend you a maid whs 'will- come well rocbnv mended, who-will-tit Into the household and prove to be a .splendid 'ATX y Da Forest J WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cents Jan Insertions for the price of Fourv MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE' SITUATIONS-YAQANT jj] at Apply Keel, 6th St good servant for small amily. Apply Mrs. Kennedy, 1229 th Avenue S general serv- nt.EWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right..' Mrs." B. J. Parinell, Rbpih 41, Dominion Bldg. ELECTRICIAN W. L. MeKENZlE '4o Co> Electrical Dealers and-- Contractors.. Phone -.637, 706 Third Avenue-South. MEDICAL OR. W. a. Physician, Accoiiclior; Hours S p.m. Offlce 814 Vhlrd Avenue, __PttTO 12E3. 199 .Sheriocn Block esidence 1260 stiih Avenue. Office 1-3; 7-8.90. pffl'jo vfto.'ia 1090. OR- C. o. sur- geon, Accoucher. Office at residence corner 5ti Avenue South and Street South. Hours: 8-S: 7 to 8.80. Phone 1SOB. Eye, Nose anij Throat; Dominion Building. hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-G; evenlngj by appointment. Phones, office S4L residence 683. KDENTAL graduate of Royal College ot Dental Surgeon! Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. OBe.: Rooms and 8. Bryan Blocjt. Pbone 1071. DR, L. T. to Ore, Courtlce an.d university of Maryland. Office houra Macdonald Blk. Phone 11G5. Lethbrlitee. Alta. DRS, auecessors to Drs. Stewart Clure. Hours: t to B. Offl.ce, Inbetham .Block. Phone 874.' DR. E. G. SI mem-' bw of Royal College of-Bnrgeons. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) L.n.B.. 1900. 9-13: 1-6., O race: 6.8. Post VIA vi MISCELLANEOUS WANTS] rent about November, our or five roomed 'cottage, on the outh. side preferred. Write stating ocation and rent to Box 33 mce. "_ 252 purchase, 60 head oi ood weaner calves or yearlings, year- cgs preferred; mixed ste'ers and eifers. Will pay reasonable price tor ood stock.: A.AVardman, Burmis, Al- TO RENT 0 seven room house, 33 16th St. 3rd and "4th ?15 per month. Apply R.' V, ibbons Co., or-428 llth Street outh____________________ "O' 1340 Flrtt cla'BB hutcher eeeka position, able to orlve rig 1[ neces- Box 1 Herald 'URS REMODELLED, dresied and cleaned Work guaranteed Pleasa let us haTeVorder'as' 8po9 as pos- sible David Scott, Bentler Com- paiy Wore ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the ImtV itltnte of Chartered Accountants England and Walts, and ot the 'a- Inte of Chartered AooountanU In Albrrta. Amilla Bid! A. HENDERSON COV. Chartsnd AceounUnU Winnipeg Me< Lethbrlde. Medlefnt HM Accoimtancj In all Its branebn Audit, Secretarial Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust :Wsrk, Inyej.. tlgatlras. Acadli Building, Lethbrldgr ResldihV R J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant ;