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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HEBAtP THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915. GREAT CAST PARAMOUNT FEATURE GREAT ACTING "The Moth and the flame" TONIGHT WHEN QUEENIE CAME BACK TOPICAL GAZETTE LATEST WAR NEWS With Bessie Barriscale GOOP--CHAS. OHAPL.N anup-to-dat, KEYSTONE WITH MABLE. ESS 'The Mating; "THE GARDEN OF LIES" Tonight's attraction at the Orphe- um Is a fite-part Broadway star fea- ture, "The Garden of Lies." by Jus- tus Miles Forman, with Jane Cowl playing the leading role. The piece I contains a notable cast, whose acting is superb, and is lavishly staged. It' contains one ot tho strongest plots written, and depicts the many schemes rind intrigues of the diplomats in tho foreign countries. The heroine in tho course of tbe story her mem-1 ory, when she is the victim of on auto j accident. She Is constantly calling for i ;i--r husband. He, bow-ever, cannot I lie present and to pacify her another j Of a hit among the otter girls man acts in that capacity. She be-! or'fellows from the school. comes desperately la love with nas a hard. ur...... _ and he with her, complicating the ever js finally successful in story so that it is highly interesting. ORPHEUM V TO-NIGHT JANE COWL The famed beauty of the stage in the gripping dramatic novelty 'tiie. Garden of lies Bv Justus Miles Forman CITY OF LETH8RI2CE Voters' List The Voters'1 List for the City of Lethbridge is now on view at tue City nierli's office, also at the fol- lowing places: Board of Trade building; appiy 10 D. J. Hay, Secretary. The Court House; apply to Jas. Dawson, Secretary South Lettibrldge Ratepayers' Association. The store occupied 'by A. William- son, 13th Street North, Secretary North Lethbrldgo Ratepayers' Asso- ciation. And on application to H. Morris, Trades and Labor Conn- WJNL1S SITUATIONS VACANT REWARD The alrave will be paid as a bonus 01 freight on a threshing rig that will como inside of ono week to b'resh for me at the. regular price. Will start machine on a thousand jiores of wheat making from forty to sixty bushels per aero. Plenty of rork till Christmas. Plenty of water, also coal and gafollne. Phone-Qt-tny expense. EZRA E. THOMPSON, Spring Coulee, Alberta. f WANTED Delivery man, must el- perlenced and know tho city, married man preferred, Ap- ply H. A..MoKHlop Co. 263-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS house tor win- tor months. Must be. close In. Ap- ply to P. O. BOI 31 city. lioar trom owner at good quarter or half section Of for sale. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 10. Maodonald. Blk. Nov. 15, a general servant, middle' aged :person prefer- red, four miles east of. city. 'Apply between the hours .of 10 and 12 a.m. to Mrs. Dalrjinple, 715 3rd Street S., City. to act as model for Gossard Corsets, size 38, all day Saturday. Apply to Clarke ft MAKES A HIT If "Fes O' My Heart." which Tvaa played at the .Majestic last night, can iie "taken as the brand of attractions that Manager Brown is going to give the -public this season, the Majestic likely have one of the best sea- sons that, it has had for a number of jears. Last night's audience shows iiow -Lethbridge appreciates and sup- ning the hearts ol her associates and becomes the linncM of the idol half- back from the other school. A highly inieresting iovc slory is told. AT .STARLAND The picturization of the tense and emotional drama, "The Moth and the Flame." by Clyde Fitch, presents with an the realism of life itself, the dom- inant elements of that great stage suc- cess. The poor little moth is blinded Secretary cil; Where fllled in. stenographer one having speed and accuracy wltn both dictation and typing. Make re- ply in own hand' writing stating ex- pe'rience. Salary commencing ier month. Box 1 Herald. inn" vtuuui i 11 ue. u application forms to have firiit, how- names put on may also be had and in extinguishment of the flame, the moth sees her danger, and is bly scorched, in heart, but with her soul rescued from the devouring fire. At Starland tonight. llow appreciates auu ouy- cess, i ue iiyui ports really good attractions. For Dr the flame, until she cannot see tbe as played by'an fatal perils threatening her. Just on all-star'cast of New York players, tbe verge of her great error, her vi- with Kitty, O'Connor, a delightful Si0n returns, and with the resultant performance, and Sept the audience highly entertained for two. and a half 'Sours. Kitty O'Connor made'a be- witching and teasing and from the time that the stage was graced presence, the fun was kept going, save for a few moments of pathos, which gave the play a.wonder- ful touch of human interest. The sup- porting company, played their parts I eicellenHy, and. as a whole the play was one of, the best that has appear- ed here'for many months. Had the attraction remained. over Ior. another performance they would likely have .played to a full house. QUICKEST REMEDY EVER SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE We have never sold anything here in Lethbridje with the INSTANT ac- lion of the simple mixture of buck-, Tenants No Tenants' names appear on Voters' List as application must bt made every yaar. Tenants can only get on Voters' List by application. DO IT NOW. All applications to have names added to list must be made on or before October 25th, 1915. WM. STEVEN. Ad No. D. City Clerk. Kenzie, Phone 1U09. __ TCTRBNT Hawkeye farm in Milk River district, awes, complete set of building., including 8-roomed Souse, large ibarn, machine shed, gra- naries, chicken house and well, S sec- tions under fence, 800 acres under picnv, splendid combined stock and for excavating and concrete -work, in- and out of town. Apply Smith 'Bros. Wilson, Ltd., 540 Stll St'S. housekeeper, woman of middle age preferred, must be good cook. Apply 638 Sth St. S. after 6 PJn. Apply Aleian- dra Hotel. for city delivery work, one who can solicit new busi- ness, must ibe able to handle horses References required. State full .name and street address to Bor 33 Herald qualified teacher, mus be experienced, for Cameron -S.- D. No 2399 Apply M. J. Brohmer, Sec.- Treas., Chin, Alta. "'Those who like-to see good acting the municipal office in the village of Grassy Lake, in the Province of Al- berta, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, the 30th day oi October, A. D., 1915, the The North West Quarter Section iua Sixteen (IB) in Township Sine (9) relieves almost ANY CASE of con- in. Range Twelve- (12) of the stipation, sour or gassy stomach. Ad-1 Fourth Meridian, containing .One THE LAND TITLES ACT. Application No. M. 68, MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the directions .'of the reeistrar ior the South Alberta Land; Herald.__________________ Registration District there wl.ll be, qualified teacher for offered ior sale by public auction at! jimnmoth S. D. .No. 1379. Duties -to competent general ser woman of midflle age preferred must .be a good cook. Apply Boi 3' 261- commence at once. Salary ?800 per year. Apply iJ. Sec.-TreM P O. Boi 73, Raymond. in'aV'int'erestmg as-well asjOTjG-H bowel cleanser, we ever saw. manv dj ichtful scenes and incidents, D Higinbotham Co. Ltd., drug- should not fail to sec the five part i Mutual Master Picture, "The Mat- inc which appeared at the Empress last night, and will he repeated ior the last time tonight. The scenes in the around a typ- ical eastern college, and the many in- teresting and inspiring scenes, connect- ed a college are shown. The" story" is-that of a" poor nrl.ijho gbes.: ib'.college; She doesn't make ler-f-ka acts on BOTH lower and up-j Hundred and Sixty (160) acres more per :bowel and it is the most THOR- thurpnut mir.i-s .._ .25 1 or less, excepting thereout mines minerals. Terms of Sale to be ten (10) pet cent, cash at the time of the sale, and the balance according, to the terms and-- conditions to he made known at the sale or upon application to the vendor's solicitors. The above property will te offered i for sale subjoct to k sealed reserve ibid, and free irom all embumhrances, save the exceptions, reservations and conditions in the original grant from j the Crown, and sfeii grain lien, in lav- or. woman for sen era! inside housework. Apply R Latinga, -Alta. 261- general servant or young to care for children Appljr.. Aye. South. v'.." and requires position, cap- aible of handling :full set of books salary moderate...- References fur nished when required. 38 Herald. TO RENT TO RENT One seven and 1 twelve roomed house, fully heated wltli or gas, 6th St. b., close in. Will rent reasonabte Ap- lr C. B. Bowman or owner, Ed Me- G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 .years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, Kngland. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 116S. 1253 6th Ave. A South. grain .farm. Lewis .Bros. "Will rent all or part. Sioux City, Iowa. 263-3 TO acres; SV- miles from town, Milk River, house, barn, gran- ary., well, forty acres under plow and all fenced. Milk River flows through adjoining section, making possible ideal stock farm. For terms address Lewis Bros., Sioux City, Iowa. 263-3 TO all under fence 200 acres plowed, will furnish seed to the right man who wnrsum- mer fallow in the season of 1916. P Grandy, Sioux City, Iowa. TO roomed cottage on car line, good furnace, large fenced yards, at per month. roomed plastered shack stove, cheap. Apply after .706 6th Ave. South. Also three with cook p.m. at TO modern 7 roomed furnished house, gas connection or coal A 5 roomed modern house on rear of lot, also stable if "anted close in. App5_42SJth_SUS.J60-e TO furnished bedroom; fully modern house; 9th St. S, 2o9' TO bed-sitting suitable for light ply 122 Sth St. 3. TO office, also a Sail both' well' lighted and heated. Apply J..D. .___ n i LOST AND FOUND sunburst brooch. Find efplease Herald office anc receive reward. ISth St. N., dark gWhorse, weight 1200 pounds taSdSd T 1-y'V on left shoulder J5.00 for return to J: Graham, 130 5th Avenue North." Mack and white collie pup for return to 1729 capable wo- man to represent the Sperllla Co. in 'South Alberta. For information write stating territory wanted to Mrs. H. E. Gate, Coleman, North. LOST-A'bay mare, three years old Banded inverted J O. on 'left thigh white feet, white face; weigh dairymen, near town steady Job. Apply at Lloyd, Dejme and Nellson, Phone R312. Miners Wanted 50 Machine Men, Loaders and Driven Lethbridge Collieries, Kipp .Canadian Coal and Coke Cc. LUC fluu oiv" o' of the Crown that may still I stealjy ]ob. Apply at Lloyd, Devlne outstanding, and taxes for the cur- rent year. The vendor is informed that the above property is situate about 8 miles from the village oi Grassy Lake, where there is a railway sta- tion, post office and market, and about halt a mile from a school. The a Quarter, is open, and 100 aero TRHBSHING HANDS Bundle teamsters fleld pitchers f3 per day; splkej pitchers. S3 50 per day; long J. Harris fe Co., P. O. Box n 1412. I h of clay. There arc. two miles of fenc- ing with posts about 2 rods apart, and two wires. .The buildings consist of a house 13rH ft. and a. lean-to 10x10 it. For further particulars and condi- tions of. sale apply to McDonald Tighe, Imperial. Bank. Building, Mc- Dougall Avemie, Edmonton, Solici- tors for the Vendor. i Dated at Edmonton thjs Sth day of 'October, A.D. 1915. Approved. W. FORBES, Ad. No. Registrar. MONUMENTS and women ]to' lea Information Wanted information" is requested regarding tie whereabouts, or last address of. Daniel" H. Ramsay, gontraetor, .form- rn ave been cultivated; the soil con- Barber trade; fear weeks .qualifies; sists of a sandy loam with a subsoil tools furnished; wages while learn ma, diplomas granted; catalog free. Holer Barber College, 604A Centre St., Calgary. WE WILL llxty days, to distribute religious; .litera- ture. Liberal pay for spare timeV.Ex- perience unnecessary, either sex... In- ternational Bible Ad. No.-J rly of Letibridge. "THE C. B. BOWMAN AGBNCY, MISCELLANEOUS iFOR SALE PIANO FOR SALE-Oneap, cash or Must sell at oncce. Apply HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT 'Soni at the forefront ot battle. Most thrill. Inc mil heart atirriui; book ever written. Going like wildfire. Bonanza fof representatlvts. Only IL Jig terow Sample book ftte. Wimfcw Company, Limited, Toronto.. LANiJFQRSALB John Billings Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants; 321 5th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 1425 GRAIN! Your Business is is the Get Together OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED-PHONE, WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. ;Phohe 1313 We will sire your business quick and intelligent attention. 7th Street South, In Slxrloek Building (Ground Floor.) W, K. PORTEJt, Manager Ltthbrldge Br.nch. Oralu Exchange. _ of Nova Scotia. miles west of Lethfcriiige, fenced; house and Apply 3 B. Allen, Boi 581 CltT. IFOR section of land 414 Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and FOR seven milei south of Foremoit, one halt mile from school, graded road. Will right for cash. Write N. O. Fanner Korempst, Alberta. SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY! Lethbridge Monumental ud Cat Stone Works SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB -FOOBWd houii in Vancouver, bath', pantry and fill basement on a Til-ft. lot; Jor house in Lethbridge. Apply T. Mills, care of B. J. Ttekner, IStnVflt'.K.' SP5.00 REWARD stock yards, grey geld Ing, five years old, blocky build weight 1000 poundf, branded quarte circle above crow'n foot on left law lore top cut off, leaving shaggy growth for return to yurdn I George M. Hatch. 261 Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Fleor, .Hull PROFESSIONAL CARDS J UPERFLOUB HAIR Mill K. M. Holmes gratlunte at tiio Pennsylvania. Orth- opaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics Electri- cal Vibratory 'and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments glvon by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull B1K. CHIROPRACTORS IMITH 4 SMITH (H. Smith 4. MPt. J. B. la the science of 'removing the cnuse of disease. Call In and talk it over, Office in residence, 903 7Mi Ave. S. Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-8. Phono 1C77. MEDICAL DR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucheri '.Hours p.m.. Office OH Third Avenue. Phooe 1253. DR. Bye, Nose and Throat; Sherlock Bids. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 841, Re- sidence 593. DENTAL DR. M. J. "oflloyal College of Dental.Surgeons Toronto, ami holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: llooms C and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 107V PIANO TUNING AUCTIONEER DR. L. T. to Drs. Courtioe uate University of Maryland. Rooms '8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Pb-.'e 1165, 'Lethbrldge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to "B. Office, His- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- DOT of Royal College of Surgconf, (Bug. Licentiate-Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 6-8 Hig- In'botliam Block. W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, AH Ylnds of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt lob lots of stocks' of merchandise) purchased. I will nleo buy the en- tire contents furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Furniture Co.. 416 13tn St. North tothbridgg. Prone 1023. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. DECORATING WELLINQTON Decorat- ors. Paperhanpers and Painters; Kalsomlning. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; office phono 1753, Sherlock Bld'r, Letb- bridge. Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only tbe most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812. 324 'Sixth Street' South. Our CITY DYEING AND WORKS hare the most modern Steam Cleaning and French Dry Cleaning plant in Southern Alberta- Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phona 441. beside Fira HalL PRIVATE HOSPITAL UNDERTAKING T S. Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also agent Tor the Somerville Gran- ite Works of Calgary.. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Aye.'S., Phone 1176. Open day and night. S Y Funeral 'Director... 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1S02. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of nil kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- We are in touch with the best markets. Storage ipaee for rent Excellent baaemont for perishable roods Hyde Saundera. Phone 1244. t. 0. Box 112. VIAVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, com- munications to Manager, Box 192, Taber. Alberta. PASTEURIZED MILK We deliver Pasteurized. quarts for Jl.OO. All disease germs unimpaired. Aik your Grocer for Carlyle Brand Dairy Crystal flalrr. Phone 1576. R 0 3, Macdonald Blk., 'Letabridge, representing Thompson Sons and Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased' on con- signment at highest current prices. WESTERN HAY and GRAIN C. M. McOlenaghan, manager- Licensed track buyers. Correspond- ents Baird Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest prices paid for all kinds of grain. Latest quo- tations at all times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis. Office Empress Block, neit to Alcr- andra Hotel. SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 611 4th Avenue 5. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. Lethbrldge, Alta. Bor n Herald. POTT number of gooa Bee- ond hand Stager sewing machines and several other good makes, all In good condition. Three safes, one 8- ;oot silent salesman, one No. 10 vis- ;ble Remington typewriter with solid oak desk and chair, two dandy pianos, one 303 Ross special sporting rifle. -.ity second Hand Store, 406 5th St. south, FOR fine, line or dressers, coal stoves and ranges; gas stoves and a full 'house of good household goods. See us. City Second Hand 8tore, 406 6th at; S. FOR Helntcaan Pi- jnb first class condition, handsome mahogany .case. If Interested apply to 22 Herald. PATENT SOLICITOR S. BABCOCK Luwver (TJ.g.) ana Registered Patent Attorney. 15 years eiperlence u> Canada and U. S. Inventions prompt- IT patented. Trade Marts and De- ilrns leglstered; infrinisoment ana validity searches. Evidence collect- ed In patent suit.. Reports prepared for counsel. Writ, for: information. Expert witneM patent ente obtained In all eountrUo. James Street, Montreal. TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. s. HALL (Ground Floor) Apply C. Westtey, Acadia Block A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER 'STUDIO: 9O6 Third. Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. SITUATION WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER and office man position, capable of handling fall set of books; salary moderate. furnished when required. Apply POX 38 Herald. S59-6 FURRIER FURRIERY AND TANNING Fur remodellings for" will test workmanship, more than ever. We, guarantee all work in both lines. David Scott, 916 6th Are. S. Auto Livery HENDERSON LIT. ery. Phone 688. man wife, posi- tion! on threshing outfit. Woman as cook aiid man as separator 10 years esperlence. Would run ma- chine on percentage or by day. Noth- Ini but steam power. Apply to Box 10 Hereto. THIS PACE DOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK f. M. CLASSinSB AM MUST. IE DELIVERED iV THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE SAME DAY AS OROEMED. RUBBER STAMPS Made MUbrldge by the Herald Job Oepirtmint. IMS. Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with of assisting teachers to, obtain Mhools with little expense and of time as possible. requiring schepls are m- viWd to communicate with the Pe- partmcnt, stating, their requirements ud class of Certiflcatp held. Teachers who have not yet ob- tained definite ad-vlce regarding tho standing to which they are entitled In this Province, should forward for registration any' certificates thoy may hold together with recent testimon- ials as to teaching ability and moral character. Addresv all communications to THS DEPUTY MINISTER. Department of Education, Edmonton, Ad No, (I. W. A. HENDERSON COY. UthbrWgt Medleln. Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all its branchei: Audit. Ad- iliory, SyotematUlnj. and Trust Work, llittloni, Llquidationa. Acadia i Rmldent RITCHIE PATERSONv PonyExpress and Transfer COAL c. o: D. Phone 632 (CC Fifth South. CRAVING OF ALL KINDS DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P PHONES: Office StibIM 1IM 1M4 ;