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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRI9GE DAILY HEBAtD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915. EMPRESC Charles Chaplin fi Ford Sterling IN ONE OF THE: FUNNIEST LAFF MAKERS SEI FOR SOME OT.HJiR OOOI EMPRESS 'TONIGHT _'The Lure' Tomorrow, 'Scandal' V SITUATIONS VACANT for general houso- work; must be neat and capable. Ap- plv morning at 1261 6th Avo. South; maid. -Apply Mrs. Fred W. Downer, 1370 3rd Avo. South. A MURAL LESSON YOU.. Witts-'MyipR FOR- ________________... Don't Tnlnk It; Don't Talk It; SEE.IT TOMORROW house I holding Alberta 2nd class TONIGHT Famous Player Feature A Wild Goose Chase IN FOUR PARTS FEATURING Ina Claire The Fencing Master TWO PARTS accidentally join llio sume barn- storming troupe, which g.cts stranded and all the actors nre put in jail. Bet- ty and Bob fall in love with.each oth- er during their incarSerationv'and all ends as planned By live grandfathers. Si-is a great miss-it. THE EMPRESS The Empress is offering for its headline attraction for tonight and to- morrow, Charlie Chap'iin and Ford Sterling in comedy. These artists need no recommendation to Leth- bridge, or indeed the movie world. Charlie's reputation among the movie fans is unquestionable, and Ford Ster- ling has also a long 'list of successes to his credit. With this team of the .greatest comedians in nction, t of a riot is conceivable. The Lands, Forests and Mines rev rauc in Ontario for the year will about holding Alberta 2nd class certificate. Must bo thoroughly familiar with electricity and able to do own repairs on such work. Work consists of 8 hours iu the power house iind.2 hours makiug inspection of outside motors and machinery. Salary J1-10.QO per month with frea house. Apply Box 9, miners, six drivers, ;teady work, at Brazean Collieries, be Nordegg, Alta. Empress programme are, as usual, up to Uie high standard. "THE LURE" "The without a doubt is one of the best world film features that the Orpheum- has had to offer for some time. The picture has been at the theatre since Monday, and each THE LAND. TITLES ACT. MORTGAGE SALE OF FAKM PROPERTY Under and-by virtue of the power of sale provided iby this Land Titles which .will I'B produced at the time of the sale, the South East Quarter of Section 13 iu Township 11. Range West of the 4th Meridian, Al- berta, will be offered for sale by pub- I lie auction at the Court House, Letll- iridw, ABerta', at 12 o'clock- noon on Saturday, the 13th day of November. A. D. 1915. The vendor- is informed that the above property .160 acres. _______________________________. i audience was well pleased with it. more or situate about, miles .J. D. Fiarelle, Chairman of the' "TheLug' will be shown for the ,ast I from Ontario'License Commission, will en- "me tonignt. doavor to get social 'clubs with liquor to'uctS licenses to close-at 8 o'clock p. m.: -.-------i.. n. tfaat will appeai to aK. of liumor intermingled daily- SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On and after October 25th, every member of the above battery will be welcome at "niy stndio, to Bit for a high class portrait, any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fail to take advantage of tils offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH-CfcASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S- Next to Baptltt Church iwith the and human Interest situations, all go to make up a higtoy ,entertaining and helpfnl'pictnre. The I experiences of a young girl who is lured away from her home to a re- fsort in the" underworld by a sauve and Haved by the private detective who s j detailed on the case by the girl's par- formed that the" contain" the following, improvements: a one-storey house 22x24. ;a harnsHrlS, board with 'board root 10x16. The property .is fence'd' on three sides and contains The soil "is choco- latfe-loam with'black-gumbo sub-soil and about 90 "acres, havehbeen brok.- THE STARLAND Starlarid gives its patrons for Wed- inesday'and Thursday, a four-act com- ledy drama, "The Wild Qoosc 1 featuring Ina Claire, who made -such .a nit In New York in "The Quaker; The: plot of the play is as fol- lows: The grandfathers of Betty j Wright and Sob Randall agree to be- queath large sums to the 5 ounf ppo- ijfte, who lave never met, provided i they "should marry. As soon as'the young people are aware of this, they1 endeavor to escape one another, but' WANTED 200 CABS NO. ONE --POTATOES White preferred. "orb. "jjeth- bridge. Wire Quotations Quick! Winnipeg. Great Falls, Montana, STOP AT New James Hotel Right in the Shopping and The- atre Modern TWO BLOCKS FROM ALL DEPOTS BELLOWS AND FINCH, ProP-ty-w subject t6 'a reserve p.rice. and- subject to the I taxes for-the. and to the reservations and -conditions contain- ed in the original.'grant from the Crown :'or appearing upon the exist- ing Certificate- at Title, also subject Statutory: charges for seed grain or other .relief if any. TERMS OF SALE :Terms .of-sale to be 20 per" cent, in cash at the time of the the bal- ance within 30 daysV either "all cash ofpart, Tneieof, .namely, 51250 00 by mortgage at S per cent 'per1 annum, payzunle' on the 1st November 1916, 1917 and 1918 November 1919. Other terms and conditions to foe made known at the time of the sale. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. LENT, JONES, MAQJULl Barristers, etc., Grain; Exchange" Building, Calgary, Alberta. Solicitors ..for. the vendor, DATED this 8th October, A. D. 1915. _." (Sgd.) W. Forbes. .-Registrar Ad: No. V teacher with first or second class VVest Lethbridge Central S. D. No. 24-10: duties to commence at once. Apply statins salary expected to H. Crawford, Sec. Treas., Gen. Delivery, City.______________________. 2S4-6 experienced cook, Japanese, wants position on threshing Apply H. F.. 2G4-6 outfit or on big ranch. Box 96, Raymond. Nov. 15, a general servant, middle aged person' prefer- red, four miles east of city. Apply between the hours of 10 and 12 to Mrs. Dalrymplo, 715 3rd Street S., City. 2.3-G stenographer one having accuracy with both dictation and typing. Make re- ply in own hand writing stating .ex- perience. Salary commencing" SG5 per month. Box 1 Herald. HOME. WORK RELIABLE PERSONS WILL BE fur- nished with profitable, all-year-round employment on Auto-Knitting ma- chines. Ten dollars per week readily earned. We teach you at home. Dis- tance no hindrance. Write at once for particulars, rates of pay, etc., en- closing 2c stamp. 'Auto-Knitter HpV iery Co.. Dept. 167, 257 College Street, Toronto. _ -SoB-rOO TRHESHING HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters J3 per day; field pitchers day; spike pitchera per day; long run. Apply J. Harris Co., P. O. Box 531, Phono 1412 245-0 PASTETJRIZED MILK We Quarts for f 100. All disease germs 'nrfimpalrifed. Aik yoiir Grocer for Carljle Brand Dairy Butter. Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576. ified teacher, must' Cameron S. D. No 2'99 Apply JI. J; Erohmer, Treas.. Chin, Alta. general servant or young girl to care for children and assist with housework. 7th Ave. South. Apply' 1516 Taber about June 26; one bay mare, 6 years old, weighs about 900 Ibs, branded hook X on left hip. Reward 510. Herbert Robinson, LAND FOR SALE FOR section' of land 4% miles west of LetKfiridge, fenced; house and stables, two wells. Apply j. B; Allen, Box aSl'tlty. FOR SALE OR 3 or 5 years, 640 in Sundial district r good good buildings, 530 acres cultivated, 100 acres 'snmmer. fallow. Write owner, W. D. Hodgson, Sundial Alta., next week, then-Ashland, Ore. FOR Drums, second land- but In good condition for ship- ping .gasoline and Kerosene. Prices S4 50, and each Apply Western Canada Agency, Limited, LetKbridge, Alberts. MONUMENTS Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lethbridit Floor, Hull Block. Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. LAND TITLes-ACT NOTICE Proof having been made to my sat- isfaction of the accidental loss of Duplicate Certificate of Title dated 26th Sept 1891, and numbered M. issued to Richard Charles Bright In respect ot L. S. 13, Sec. 4-8-35, West 4th; I gtve notice that I Intend after a publication of this Notice in the Lethhndge Herald, a newspaper pub- lished at Lethbridge, for six consecu- Itive to 9 issue a new Duplicate Certificate of Title in lieu of the one so lost. Dated at the Land Titles Office, Calgary, this- 22nd -day" of .October, 1915 W. J'dBBES, Registrar, South Alberta Land Ad. No. z tion District John Billings Co. Lfd. Grain Merchants. 321 5th St. S Lethbridge Phone 1425 Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works GRAIN 1 Your Business is Growing is the Get.Together OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU CONSIGNMENTS WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 will (Ire your business quick and Intelligent attention. I 7th Stint Couth, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. PORTER, LtthbrWn Branch. HM4 Grain Exchange of Nova Scotlm. stock yards, grey geld- ing, five years b'looky build, weight.1000 pounds, branded Equarter circle above crow's loot on left jaw, fore lop cut off, leaving shaggy growth. 1500 for return to yards George M Hatch TO RENT S.JO. E. HALL Floor) Apply C, VVestley, Block CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PAC-6F8C: CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS LOW HOUND TRIP FABE8 FROM TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, Cm KOOTENAY LDQ. AND EAST IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 3.S. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th to De- cember 31sl, 1915, and good for five months. THROUGH STAJfBARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS Tickets and fall information at nil Canadian Pacific Railway Offices Agent, C. MITCHELL, Tkket Lethbridp. n. DAWION, District P MISCELLANEOUS WAN'lS hand tent, no pintter if torn; must be cheap for cash. Also second hand carpenter tools. Write Box 2 Herald.' PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 timothy hay ami oats In trade for, lumber. In car lot. Apply, BOJ S7 Herald. MASVAOE at home. Ladies' and children'! -plain swing. Address Mrs. J. B. Proctor, 3S1 llth St. South, hear from oujnor ol gopd .quarter or half section ot land for: sale. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Kiiom 10, Jlacdohald Elk. BUSINESS CHANCES Bakery, Tabor. Al- berta, fully furnished, good opening; Immediate possession. Write to A. Back, owner, Coleman, Alta. TO RENT TO Monarch Theatre in North Letlvbridge: can be made a money maker. For all particulars apply to Fred W. Downer, Victoria 'Mansions, City. TO seven and 1 twelve rbomed houae, fully modern, can be heated with coal or gas, Oth St.. S., close in. Will rent reasonable. Ap- ply C. B. Bowman or owner, Ed. Me- Kenzle, Phone R-.109. TO furnished bedroom; fully- modern house; 9th St. S. TO office, also a small store, hoth well lighted and heated. Apply J. D. Hlginbotham. LOST AND FOUND 2-year-old red heller, white face, :back and breast. reward lor-return to John Ylluka, Stafford- .black cow, 2 years old, small.star, both, hind feet white, branded Anchor T over half diamond on left ribs; also 15 ft. of rope on her. 55.00 reward for Information to David Coutts, Hardleville. 267 Saturday night on 8th St. between 7th and 6th Aves. or on 5th Ave. hetween Sth St. anil the Majes- tic a brooch made of two "major" crowns (as used on the shouider of a major's uniform) con- nected by a bar. Return to the Her- aid office or Mrs. Fane, care of Jirs. Duff, 750 7th Ave. S. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR outfit, 30 h.p. Buffalo Pitts engine and 32 inch cyclinaer Advance separator; have run light for five seasons Both en- gine and separator in good condition also comprises cook car, tend- er -water tank and -wag- ons. .Price terms. P. O. B. Sheldon, N. Dakota. Phone N. C. rregloan, postmaster, Wrentham, Al berta. li L Tregloan, Boi 33, H.F.D. No. 3, Sheldon, N.D. outfit, com- plete, consisting oC 32 h.p. Marshall vilis D luoline tractor, Nichols and Red1, River Special separat- or 56x56; two ctlboosee, one set six bottom P. and O. plows, both breaker and atuMiie; Stewart sheaf load- er; gasoline pump; six steel drums, and all small accessorise; in first class condition, only (being short time Can ne seen at uork in Fish- Durn diitrict. -Apply. H. A. JleOlen- nins, Fish-burn, Alberta, in person, by mail or long distance phone, or In- formation can be supplied by West- ern Canada Agency, Limited, Leth- Ibridge. Alta. 268-6 ?OR head of cattle con- sisting of cows and calves; 1, 2 and 3 years old, steers and heifers. Also one car of good mares, 13 with colts it foot. Can be shown minutes (rom Bonnell's barn See L. Bon- nell, LetKbrldge FOR cook car or sleep- ing car, can be seen.at Riverside Lumber Co Inquire at McMahon Machine Co. or at Lumber Co jard. FOR runabout in per- fect condition. Apply. Boi 523 City. FOR wagon with cover- ed top suitable for almost any pur- pose, good as new; will sell cheap, cash or terms. Would consider horse in trade Apply Advertiser, 207 Sth Ave South 266-6 FOR SALE of purs jred White: Rock poultry -including 1st prize rooster, Lethoridge, 1914; about 36 oirds in all; for quick sale Apply F. Steedman, 14th Ave South, Lethbridge TOR complete threshing outfit, 25 hp Case'engine, 140 36-60 Gaar Scott separator All In A1. condition, now threshing near Stirling. Can make immediate delivery. Apply C. B Perkins Stir ing, Alta FOR runabout, Al con- dition; electric lighted, no reason- able offer refused. Apply Box 39, Herald. 264-6 COR SAbE-iQsrhard Heintzman Pi-1 ano, first class condition, handsome mahogany case. If interested apply tc Box 28 Herald PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR a bargain, house and lot in going town near Lethbridge Will pay 16% net on Investment; Ap- Box 7 Herald easy terms', nearly lew 6 room modern cotfage on 7th Street close to Sth Ave. line, or will trade for wheat, oats ot good work horses. Apply 1231 6th Avo. S. or 934 7th St. S, NOTICE H, H. Mori will not toe responsible for ant contracted by Plton. SUFERrLOUS HAIR K..M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedlo Imtttuto, Medical Masssg" and Gymnutics Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- uoolUK Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Room 1 Hull BUr. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITH (H. Smith Mn. J. B. spinal adjustments will curb your chronic complaints..Call In and talk it over. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours 10-12; 2_6; 7_S. Phone 1677. PIANO TUNING G. anil Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. ,1253 6th Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accouchor. p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1203. DR. Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bids. Office hours 'evenings'n'y.aiK liointnieot. Phonesr Office sidence 683. DENTAL DR. M, J. graduate of Royal Collogo of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and' Holder of .a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office; Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Dra. Courtlce Grad- uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 1165, Letlibrldge, Alta. DRS. MARRS Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clure. Hours: 9 to B. Office, Hlg- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. e. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. Licentiate Kbyal College or Physicians (London.-) L.D.S. 1800. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: 6-S Hig- inbotham Block. W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All .of sales conducted. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements Job .lots of stocks of merchandise purchased. I will also buy ;.tbe en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson F-.imlture Co., 416 ISto.St. North Letllbridge, Prone 1023.. FRANK are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Letll- ibrldge, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. bECORATING WEULINOTON Decorat- ors, Paperhanserm and Paintern; Kalsomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Butlmaton given. The oldest establlBhed Palnten In Lethbrldge.. Res. Phonft 1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg.. Leth- brldea. Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE In French Dry Cleaning; .guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the most scientific methods applied without injury to Our work is sure" to please you. Collect 'and deliver. Phone 1812. 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING ANB CLEAN-7 ING !re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works 'in the city. Phone 444. VIAVI VIAVr (The .Herbal Home Trutnwnt for NervouineM, com- munications to Manager, Boi 192, Taber. Alberta. PRIVATE HOSPITAL 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 and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marblo Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 2S4 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day.and.night S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1S03. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carload) or leti. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- Ing- are In touch with the markets. Storage for rent' Excellent basement for goodi. Hyde ft Siunden. Phona 1244. P. 0. BOI 112. 1M-0 R. 0. 3, Macdonald BllL. Lethbridge, representing Thompson Eons and Co., Grsiin Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased on con- signment at highest current prices. WESTERN HAY and GRAIN C. M.. McClenaghan, "Licensed track buyers.: Correspond- ents Balrd Botterell, .Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest prices paid for all kinds ot grain. Latest quo- tations at all timefl direct- from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis. Office, Empress Block, next to Alex- andra Hotel. SHOE REPAIRING PRANK 4th Avenue 8 Phone 1717 and shoes will called tor and delivered. Garbutt Business College 411 Sth Street South, Hours: Day a.m.-4 p.m., every: school day. Night School- Monday .and Thursday evenings, 7.30r9.30- Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting; Arith- metic, Spelling, Penmanship, Office .Routine, English. Call or write for PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) and Registered Pateat Attorney. 15 yean experience ID Canada and U. S Inventions prompt IT patented. Trade Marks and signs legistered: infringement ana validity searches. Evidence collect- ed ID patent luIU. prepared for counsel. for Information. Expert witiMM In patent tnti obtained Ir. ill Street, Mentrul- FURRIER FURRIERY ANO TANNING Fur remodelling! for 1916-16, will workmanship, more We guarantee all work tn both David Scott, 916 6th a Auto Livery HENDERSON Ul- ery. Phono 5S8. 180-4 Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers The Department of Education has established a Teachers' Bureau, with the object of mixing teachers to obtain schools with as little expense, and loan of time' as poestble. Teachers requiring schools are in- vited to communicate with the De- partment, statin's their requirements d class of Alfcerta Certificate held. who have not yet ob- tained definite advice regarding the standing to which they-are entitled n Uils Province, should forward for registration any Certificates they lold together with recent testlmon- als as'to. teaching ability and moral character Addrets a'! communications to TftB DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of'Education, "Edmonton, Alberta, Ad. No. 0. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Medlcln, Hil Wlnnira Aeeountintt In all IU Audit, Secretarial. A4- rlsory, Systiiuitiilnt, and Trust Work. Ufitionn. Lluuldatioof, AcidH Building, Lrthbrlate Reildent "ITCHIE PonyExpress and Transfer COAL C. 0. D. Ml Fifth Mreet South, 'OKAYING OF ALL KINDS Phone 632 A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER tot Third South. APPOINTMENTS MADC. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western V P. P.' Offlw ;