Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESPAY, OCTOBER ONE NIGHT T OCT. 20th JkUIIU i Oliver Morosco Delight of Comedy Seals Xovr on Sale :it Hetlley Drug- Co. Out of town mail orders will receive attention. "Peg O' My Heart" Is by far the most refreshing and most human play to be seen here this sea- son. Don't miss it. PRICES Curtain at 8.30 Sharp WANTKD TO TRADE 9 REWARD The above frill bo, paid as a bonus or freight on a threshing rig that will come inside of one week to thresh for mo at the regular price. Will start machine on a thousand acres of wheat making from forty to sixty bushels per acre. Plenty of work till Christmas. Plenty of water, also coal and gasoline. Phone at my expense. EZRA E. THOMPSON, Spring Coulee, Alberta. _2 'Wednesday TONIGHT'S GOOD" With Bessie Barriscale AND KRACKERJACK KEYSTONE COMEDY TO-NIGHT Paramount Feature HiicfiloSP Tn 5 Acts NEWS IN ECLAIR WEEKLY Majertfe-Tonlaht THE NOTABLE AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA Madame G. Johnstone-Bishop In aid of tie Calgary News-Tele- gram Wounded Soldiers' Fund WAN! ADS SITUATIONS VACANT maid by Oct. 27th Apply Mrs. Fred W. Downer. 1276 3rd Ave. S. or Phono 606. competent general ser- vant, woman of middle age preferred, must .be a good cook. Apply Box 34 general servant at once. Apply 1009 Sth Avo. South. RESERVED SEATS NOW SELLING AT HBDLEY'S tare e u, the Orpheum last night., and will be repeated tonight and tomorrow. Miss qualified teaciie Mammoth S. D. No. 1379. Duties ta commence- at once. Salary per year. Apply J. M. Brown, P. O. Bos 78, Raymond. or woman for gen eral inside housework. Apply R Latinga, Macleod, Alta. CLEVER ARTISTS AT ORPrlEUM Master Lome 'Hii.hard aged I and little Ml hi ter a'ed 4 were the clever little entertainer at Hedaian, the beautiful Swedish act- who has had a wide career in Swden. England and America, and John Hines, B versatile comedian, who plays the part of the cub reporter, are the" stars in the picture, and play their parts with a vigor that gives the life to the story. The story of "The Cub" is a high- ly interesting one. At the time of general servant o: young girl to care for children anc assist with housework. The World Film Corporation presents the monster production "THE CUB" In Five Acts, Tvitli Maiiba Red- man, and John Hinds in the title role. Special Added Attraction ior This'Evening Master Lome Richards And Kims nchirdi Who is three years old; the smallest team of Juveniles who have ever appeared before the public of Letltbridge. COME EARLY werti uie interesLiiis uuw. jn. m. the oVphenm last night in popular in Kentucky, a new: paper editor, desired a special story of it and assigned a new young reporter to the job. He, clever and debonair, promptly got himself in a terrible mess by falling in love with a girl who was prominent on one side of the feud and getting himself fallen in love -en MM in hv another girl who was on the best Paramount features I sWe. The remainder of the that has been seen at the Starlanfl depicts his expi for some time was. witnessed last I v and able of-handling'-full sel-pf ibpoksr salary .moderate." References -fur- nished when Apply 'Box- 3S Herald. 259-6 'on" were the hit of the entire sea on, and brought thi. hou e down last night. Both children lu Juu. ilc, wonderful '.voices, and their singing romptly got himself in last night was certainly enjoyed, l ney hi. in will sing again' tonight, 'FADDEN capable wo- man to represent the Sperilla Co. in South Alberta. For; information write stating territory wanted to K. E. Gate, Alta. night, when the five-part Jesse L. Lasky production of "Chimmie Fad- den" ivas'screened. In the role ot a jovial Irishman, and-the common type of the son of Erin. Victor Moore cer- tainly excels himself with his easy natural acting. The character is suit- ed to Mr. Moore, because of his per- sonality'and" physique. The story throughout is a round of fun "Chimmie" seems to have no dlf- -iicnHy in keeping things going. From 'the time he.is given the job as foot- depicts, his experiences. 'THE MATING AT THE EMPRESS "The a rive-part Mutual master picture, which conies to the Empress tomorrow evening is truly a revelation of college life. Scenes on the gridiron, in the school, on the in fact, every place where college life is seen, are shown, in a wonderful picture. The story is that of two colleges, ladies' and young men's. Many of the scenes are tie- the time fle.is given LUW juu w ,inc.io. man- and then butler in a fashionable lightful, and the picture home things begin to hum. He is a is highly entertaining. What, is claimed to be the highest garage in Europe has been built in the alps at a point 6590 feet above lea level. scream in serving the dinner. The complications of the story cause "Chimmie" to be arrested for bur- but he is. finally proved inno- cent, ana his with the beau- tiful lady's maid has a happy conclu- 'Chimmte Fadden" will he shown at Starland tonight for the last time, to- gether with a war weekly. THE CUB" AT THE ORPHEUM Martha Bellman, John Hines. Rob- ert Cummlngs and Dorothy Farnum are among the cast of notables that p'iay in the five-part World Film tea- ister, whose dream is realized' when she is sent to college for a term. Her position there, however, is a great handicap to her pleasure, and she re- alizes that on account her poor clothes that she is left out ol the tun. She determines to gain notice, and writes a note to herself, signing the name of the idol football player. The note contains a proposal of marriager and she purposely drops it The oili- er girls find the note, and ask the supposed writer before her if he wrote it, and to her surprise he says he did. The story then has a happy ending. galberg Grain Co, MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lfithbridge Floor, Hull Block. John Billings Co._Ltd. Grain Merchants. 321 5th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 1425 GRAIN! Your Business is Growing is the Get Together OUR FRIGES WILL INTEREST YOU CONSIGNMENTS WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 We will give your business quick arid Intelligent attention. 7th Street South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbrltige Brjnch. Head Grain Exchange. of Nova Scotia. Bessie Bi oung gi 7th Ave. South. Apply 151 261 One aorfl of land, all fenced with new bungalow on the pro- perty, clear tltlo, situated on 21st Street North, for a resi- dential building, cottago pre- ferred, trade to Include the moving of same. For further particulars apply to Fred W. Downor, Victoria Mansions, City. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmei graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage atld Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis und Sham- poolng Treatments given uv lin' polntmont only. Room 1 Hull Blk. SMITH i SMITH (H. Smith Mrs. J. B. is the science of removing the cause of disease. Call in and talk It over. Ofllco in residence, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours 1042; 2-5; 7-8. Phone 1677. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS hand wheel, must be in good condition and cheap. Ap- ply HIck-Sehl Hardware Co. ZCO-j- hear from owner of good quarter or half section of land for sale. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Hoorn 10, Macdonald Blk. TO KENT TO front ro tor one or two young men with or without fhoard. South Apply 1254 3rd Ave. 260 TO roomed cottage on car line, good furnace, large fenced yards, at (10 per month. roomed plastered shack stove, cheap. 1706 Gth Ave. Also three with cook Apply after 6 p.m. at South. TO modern 7 roomed furnished house, gas connection or coal. A 6 roomed modem house on rear of lot, also stable if wanted, close in. Apply 422 4th St. S. TO Nicely furnished fully modern house; St. S, TO bed-sitting suitable for light housokeeping.-AP- ply 122 Sth St. S. office, also a ilfcall store, both well lighted and Apply. J. D. comfortably this winter and. occupy one ofrthose mon- ern housekeeping flats with private bath, in the Victoria Mansions, rent- ing from per month. Apply at SI Mansions office. B- LOST AND FOOND WANTED Two dairymen, near town steady Job. and Apply, at Lloyd, Devtne sunburst brooch, er plea" at Herald ofttee and iward. office boy; one -who has relatives at the front Apply to Johnstons Ritchie, Union Bank Building. field TRHESHING HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters ?3 per fll-_ pitchers 53 per day; spike pitchers per day; long run. Apply .J. Harris Co., P; 0. Box 531, Phone 1412. and women to learn Barber trade; few weeks tools furnished; wages while learn- ing; diplomas granted; :catalog free, Moler Barber College, '604A Centre St., Calgary. .239 25 bay mare, thme years om Dr.nle4 inwrted J O on left thigh; 'our white feet, white face; weight about 1300.IbB. Will give HO reward return or information lead ng to recovery. John Buga, Hardlevllle Alta., Phone R-1166. Information Wanted Information is requested regarding the whereabouts or last address o Janiel H. Ramsay, Contractor, form erly of Lethbridge. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY, Barriscale plays the part of jirl, the daughter of a min- jure_ WE WlbL PAT YOU 1120 for sixty to distribute religious litera- lu.o. Liberal pay for spare time. Ex- perience unnecessary, either sex. In- ternational Bible Press, Toronto. Ad. No. J "PEG O' MY HEART" Seats for the brief engagement of J. Hartley Manners' most compelling and appealing comedy, "Peg O' My Heart" are now selling at Hedley's. In "Peg O' My Mr. Manners has written one of the sweetest plays and created one of the most lovable characters seen on the stage in recent years. Peg is the daughter of an ar- istocratic English woman, who has married, against the wishes of her family, an Irish socialist. At her daughter's birth the mother died, and Peg has been raised by her whole- hearted father. She is simple, natural and impulsive, and when she is trans- planted into the affected, surface-liv- ing atmosphere of the Chichester home, there is trouble of all sorts. Peg's rich uncle has repented, and made her his heiress, and according to his will, she is to be brought to Eng- land and educated. The Chichesters act as her guardian, and while .this affects their sense of pride, the re- muneration which they are to receive, at that time, is very acceptable. She is aa much out of her element as the ever existing square peg In the round hole. i The three acts of comedy develop the humor, pathos and tenderness of this situation, finally culminating In Peg's running away to a dance, and her frustration of her haughty cous- in's elopement with a married man. harshness and misunderstanding 1 which follows this episode determines the little alien to (juit the house in i which she has been so miserably used and so unhappy. Oliver Morosco is sending here an artistic production, with an exception- al oast, which Includes Miss Kitty O'- Connor in the title role. "Pes O' My Heart" will be at the Majestic Theatre for one night only, Wednesday, October 20. SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER and office man requires .position, capable of handling full set of books; salary moderate. References furnished when id. Apply Bos 38 Herald. c LANT1 FOR SALE HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Canada ana at the forefront of battle. Most tnrill- inz and heart stirribg hook em written. Going lite wildSre. FOR 25x125; for J225. .Apply 113 16th St. Worth. wrn. for representatives. Only II terms.' Sample book Company. Limited, Winrtoi ialf section ot lanu 4% miles 'west of Lethbridge fenced; Souse and wells. Apply __ ______________ TO WILLIAM HARLAN MEGREDY NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that The Contin- ental Life Insurance Company, whose Head Office is at the City of Toronto in the Province of Ontario, has com menced foreclosure under the Amend ment to the Land Titles Act, being Statutes of Alberta 1906 and' Amend ments thereto, being Sections 62 and having occurred in the re-payment ot principal and interest due under Mortgage No. 3016 A. C executed by Henry Brady of Iron Springs, Alberta, on the 16th day o June 1010, to secure the re-payment of the sum of 51000.01) or, the secur tty of the North West Quarter of Sec tion Township 11, Itange 20 West of the Fourth Meridian. AND FURTHER TAKE 'NOTICE thai unless payment of the said mort gage money and interest, together with subsequent interest and costs of these proceedings, be 'made within two'calendar months from your being served with this Notice, it the-said Continental Life Insurance Company, will proceed to sell and dispose of the said lands In accordance with the provisions of the Land Titles Act and Amendments -thereto. LOUGH EED, BENNETT, McLAWB ft CO., Clarence Block, Calgary, Alberta, Solicitors for The Continental Life Insurance Co. CHIROPRACTORS H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of tim cily. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER DR. W.' 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours ii.ni. Office 914 Tllfrd Avenue. Phono 1253. DR. Bye, Nose and Throht; HE Sherlock Hldg. Office lionre evenings by up- jiointmcnt. Phones: Office 341, Re- sidence EDIi. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, ami holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 0 and 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T- (successor to Drs. Courtlce i uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. Lelhbridge, Alia. DRS.'MARRS Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Ciure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng. Llcentlatu Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 0-8 Hlg- iivbotham Block. W." L. WILSON, Llcenied Auctioneer, All Wnds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job lots of stocfcB of merchandise purchased. I will buy the en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co, 416 13th St. North Lathbrldse. Prone 1023. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74G. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, and Palutera; Kaisomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbriage. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every of work at its best. the. most scientific :methods ..applied, without injury to .garments. ia'.'sure to please idellv-or. Phone 1812 Street South. Our .CITY DYEINQ AND CLEANING WORKS 'have the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry CIoaninK plant in Southern Alberta. Specialists In cleaning and dyeing Phone 444, beside Fire Hall. PRIVATE HOSPITAL UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo. site Court House. Phone 501. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day and night S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- lag- -We are In touch with the best markets- Storage upaco for rent-. Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. 112. 167-0 VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for com- munications to Manager, Box 192, Taber, Alberta. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized quarts for All disease germs unimpaired. Ask your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576. R O. 3, Macdonald Blk., LethbridgBj representing Thompson Sons and Co., Oraln Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain' purchased on con- signment at highest current prices. WESTERN HAY and GRAIN C M. McClenaghan, Licensed track buyers. Correspond- ents Baird C Botterell, Winnipeg anil Calgary. Highest prices paid for all kinds of grain. Latest quo- tations at all times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis. Office, Empress Block, next to Alei-. andra Hotel. SHOK REPAIRING Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will bo called for and delivered. Lethbrldge, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE terms. Must sell at Box 31 Herald.__________________ 9 and 10, bloci Apply TOR SALB--A number of good sec- ond hand Singer sewing machines and several other good makes, all in good condition. Three safes, one 8- foot silent salesman, one No. 10 vis- ible Remington typewriter with solid oak desk and chair, two dandy pianos, one 303 Ross special sporting rifle. City Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. South, 258-6 PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S.BABCOCK Uwyer (TJ.S.) and Registered Patent Attorney. 15 years experience in Canada and U. S. Inventions prumpf- ly patented. Trade Marks and Do- .ijfiis legistered; Infringement and validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In patent suln. Reports prepared tor counsel. Write for information. Expert wltnen In patent Pat- obtained In all countries Jamei Street, Montreal. FOR fine line ot dressers, coal stoves and ranges; gas stoves and a full house of good household goods. See. us. City Second Hand Store, 106 Sth St. S. FOR runabout In good condition; Bosch magneto, extra tire. A bargain at J190. Phone 535. ekin coat, worn very little; must sell cheap. Can seen at Rldpath's, 407 6th St South.____________ FOR Heintzman Pi- ano, first class condition, handsome mahogany case. If interested appiy to Box 22 Herald. SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR roomed house in Vancouver, bath, pantry and full basement on a 72-ft. lot; for a house in Lethbridge. Apply T. Mills, care of B. J. Tickner, 19th St. N. PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. P." Ad. No. P, THE NURSING MISSION provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patlenU cared for free of charge. Graduate nuncs for private duty alio For further partic- iilara apply to Ihe Nurilng Mis 413 St S. Phone 1J33. A. M. Tlllty, (MlM) Kou Curninn, Qrad. NUFM (Mini J.T. Maekaiula, Grid. Hunt TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. 0. E.HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Wettley, Acadla Block A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOORAPHER FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNINO Fur remodeilinga for 1915-16, will test workmanship, more than eyer. We guarantee all work In both lines. David Scott, 916 6th S. Auto Livery HENDERSON IJT- ery. Phone 688. 506 third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE.1 Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with the object o( assisting teachers to obtain schools with as little expense ,nd loss of time as possible. Teachers requiring schools are in- vited to communicate with the De- partment, stating their requirements and class of Alterta Certificate held. Teachers who have not yet ob- Uined definite advice regarding the standing to which they are entitled in this Province, sliould forward for registration any certificates they may hold, together with recent testimon- ials as to. leaching ability and moral character. recfl all to TUB DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education Edmonton, Ad. No.