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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Charles Chaplin & Ford THE tETHURID 0*NE OF. THE FUNNIEST LAFF^AKERS SEEN, AT THE EMPRESS FOR SOME TIME-MANY OTHER GOOD ftCTUREtt... Famous Player Feature A Wild Goose Chase IN "FOUR PARTS FEATURING Ina Claire the Fencing Master TWO PARTS THIS PACE OOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. WHEN YOU COME TO Great Falls, Montana, STOP AT New James Hotel %lfwMii the Shopping and The-"i atre District-Thoroughly B08T0NIAN8 RETURN FOR TWELFTH ANNUAL SEASON To Lethbridge theatregoers, tbe management of the Majestic Theatre announces the delightful news of �hev return of possibly the most popular, light opera company which has^e^et played here-the Bostonlans., .:;C^V;� Older theatre patron's -will remem-; ber with keen pleasure,\tlje past eleven engagements of this'celebrated attraction, and Manager Brown takes no small pride in presenting this inter-' nationally famouB"organizat1on for-ite twelfth annual visit' to Lethbrldge,p^ open at the Majeatic Theatre; ton) Thursday nest, November 4; Great changes have come in this; decade and more, tftat has "passed since the Bostonlans' premier; the subtle .Influence of progress has brought through the .transition per Iods to �� '-bity known � to the world; long established conditions have given ' place to;imomentous new ones; theatrical organizations have come from and^ departed into the "nowhere"; ^but' withal, the Bostonlans hav�; continued their welcome existence for'twelve successful years. Dur-ing'the twelve years, this organization has ^Mrtalried and been entertained by thousands of the best people of Canada, Yukon Territory,'Alaska, the Hawaiian' Islands, and the United 'States. Tbe versatile Bostonlan young ladies are well known and liked.::..- Twelve years ago the girls of this organization ranged between the ages, of ten and twelve years. During this time, these buds have developed into the full bloom of youth, and, with this evolution, have achieved that poise coming with fnfilled ambition which now permits of the presentation of dif-, flcnlt and, entertaining', pieces,. such .�las "'Tippe'rajcy Mary,? �nnds "Baron "ftHumbUjrr"" which will be ^offered here during ^e coming engagement .-y. TWO Modern LOCKS' FROM :-J DEPOTS au'> ,f.:& BELLOWS AND FINCH, 1% Proprietors. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE the. Jst day of November, 19tBi' ail, 10 'clock a.m. .The Voters'.List is open for ittipee-tion in the office of the Gitx ClorK J. RUSSELL OLIVER;,, . * Clerk of thetCourt. Ad. No. A. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Glrl >��-� 868^: WANTED-Competent maid*  Apply Mrs. Fred W. Downer, I876T3rd' Ate. SouUi. . WANTED-Power house engineer, holding Alberta 2nd class cerUfleate. Must be thoroughly familiar, with electricity and able to do own repairs ran,, such work. Work consists of 8 ho'nrs ln,lhe power house and 2 hours making inspection of outside-motors and machlnei*. Salary ?140.00 . per. month ^withtffjtet house. Apply Box a Hernfa-U'..' 264-Hl i�\ytf�'TfiD-A- qualified teacher; must pe experienced,;tor Cameron S. D. No 229$. Apply M. Jj Brohmer, Sic.- Treas:. Chin, Alta. 262-12 WANTED-Good r geperal servant or young girt fo'fesSe-'Jbr children and assist with housework Apply -. 1516 7th Ave. South.jl. , �; Held fPSS?*1 .Pltoheiw $3.50 per day; long run>- Apply; Harris & Co., P. O. BoXJfH, Phone 1412. , _'-f �4S^S LAND FOR SALE: FOR SALE-Bait section of land 4% miles west of Lethbridge,> fenced; house and stables, two wells. Apply J. B. Allen. Box 681 City. 258-0 . Ah! What relief! Your clogged nostrils open right up, tbe air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge,' headache, dryness-no struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh Is gone. Don't stay' stuffed up i Get a small THE LAND TITLES .ACT. Application No. M.,68. . MORTGAGE SALE . Pursuant to '-tbe directions of the registrar for the South Alberta Land-Registration District there will: be i offered for. sale by public auction at-j the municipal olhcs in the village of Grassy Lake, in the: Province 0I AU. berta, at 2 p.m. on" Saturday, the 30th day of October, A. D., 1915, the following property, namely^ The North West" Quarter ol Section Sixteen (16) in Township Nine (9) in Range Twelve (12) West "of the Fourth Meridian, contalnirig One' Hundred and Sixty (160) acres more or less, excepting thereout'mines and minerals. ... ... >>'y.- .. Terms of Sale to be ten (10) per FOR SALE OR RENT-For 3 or 5 years, 640 acrea In SundUl "district; good -soil, -g6fld'l>ulldings,^530 vacrts cultivated,'i00A"acres summer fallow. Write owner, W. D. Hodgson, Sundial Alta., next week;; then Ashlandj'Ore. . 267-12 every cold and catarrh sufferer has been .seeking. It's just splendid. Salberg Grain Co. J-:.'''.:. MEMBERS WINNIPEO QWAIN EXCHANGE LethbrMge Office Orouwd Floor, Hull Block. ___,-------------a _______ bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your' ^----�" -"V. it.'' w druggist now. Apply a UtUe of this pent, cash at Ihe tune of' the sale, fragrant, antiseptic cream in your and the balance according . to the nostrlla, let it penetrate through }elms and conditions to be made every air passage of the head; soothe xnov/n at the sale or upon application and heal the swollen, Inflamed muc-1 *� the vendor's solicitors. : bus membrane, giving you instant re- The above property will "be.;: offered' Uef. Ely^i lOreamBalm is just �what''or sale subject to-a sealeg jreserve � -  -------�� --�----'-bid, and free from all emcumhrances, save the exceptions, reservations and conditions in the Original grant from the Crown, and seed grain lien in fav-or of the Crown that may-be still outstanding, and taxes for the  current year. � '� �ji. The vendor,'is.Informed that, .the above property. is situate about 8 miles from the village of Grassy Lake, where, there;is a railway station, post office and market, and about half a mile from a school. The whole Quarter is open, and 100 acres have been cultivated ; the soil consists of a sandy loam with a .subsoil of clay. There are two miles of fencing Vith posts about 2 reds apart, and two wires, The buildings consist of a house 12x14 ft. and' a -lean-to 10x10 ft: For further particulars tandconditions of sale apply to McDchald '& Tighe, Imperial Bank Building; Mc-! Dougall Avenue, Edmonton, Solici-| tors for the Vendor. u. Dated at Edmonton this 5th  day of October, A.D. 1915. ' Approved. , f W. FORBES,-  Ad. No. "U". Registrar. LAND TITLES ACT 0 " -NO'TICE- ; : Proof having been made to my satisfaction of the" accidental loss of Duplicate Certificilfr'-of- Title dated' 26th Sept. 1891, and numbered M. 109 issued to Richard; Charles Bright in respect of L. S..12, Sec. 4-8-25, West 4th; ...; ��� � v� 1 give notice: tXat 1 intend after a publication of this -Notice in the. .~. -. Lethbridge* HeraidTla* newspaper pub-1VOH � lished at Lethbridge, for six consecu-1"----�-i-tive days, issue..a new Duplicate Certificate of Title in lieu of the one so lost. ���" > � i THE NURSING MISSION Preyldee visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge; Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to. the Nursing Mis-siea, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Mloa) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (MiM) Rom Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Mlaa) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse Calgary, this 22nd day of October, 1915. W. FORBES, ------ Registrar, South Alberta Land sale. Apply. N. B. Peat * Co., Q�6m 10. Macdonald Blk.- .256-0 opaedic Ihitljtute. Medical M'asaafe tad Gyinna��ct >8f o^lsh),'. Bleetrl-cal .VJbratoir^dWierapeutlcUlht Treatments, Rlectrqlrais and Shampooing. Treatmehti.given J by ap-pointn^eht only. ' ftooto J. Hull Blk. BUSINESS CHANCES TO RENT-Taber Bakery, Taber, Alberta, fully furnished, good opening; Immediate possession. Write to A. Back, owner, Coleman, Alta. 265-r6 TO RENT TO RENT-Seven roomed, modern house, well situated. Apply P. O. Box 581. 269-0 TO RENT-The Monarch Theatre in North Lethbridge; can' be made a money maker. For all v. particulars apply to Fred W. Downer, Vlptoria -Mansions, City. ' . 268-r-O TO RENT-One seven and ^twelve roomed house, fully modern, can be heated with coal or gas, 6th St. S., close in. Will rent reasonable. Apply C. B. Bowman or owner, Ed. Mc-Kensle, Phone R-109. .J63-� t6 LET-Nicely furnished bedroom; fully'modern house; 'phone.-623 8th S^. 8:- 259-^>x ^RENT-Furnished office, also a aaall store, both well lighted and heated. Apply J. D. Htginbotham. 252-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-A 2-year-old red heifer, white face, back and breast. $10 - reward tor return to John Ylluka, Stafford-ville. Alta. .268-6 STRAYED-One block cow, 2 years old, small star, botll hind" feet white, branded Anchor T over half diamond on left ribs; also 15 ft. of rope on her. $5.00 reward for information to DaVid Coutts, Hardlevllle. 267-6 .LOST-On Saturday night on 8th St. Lbetween 7th and 5th Aves. or ion 5th Ave. between 8th St. and the Majestic Theatre, a brooch made of two "major", crown?* (as used on the shoulder, of a.1- major's uniform) connected by a bar. Return to the Her-, aid office or Mrs. Fane, care of Mrs. Duff, 750 7th Ave. S. . -266-0 LOST-From Taber about June' 26; .one bay mare, 6 years old; weighs Uiout 900 lbs, branded E-H, hook X 6n left hip. Reward $10. Herbert Robinson; Taber. - 265-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE B%R*~ALB-�teel Drums, second hand but in good condition' for shipping -gasoline and kerosene.Prices $4.50, $6.50 and $7.00 each. Apply Western Canada Agency, Limited, LetbJbridge, Alberta. ' . 268-12 , -Threshing outfit, 30. -h.p. Buffalo Pitts engine and 32. Ihch cyclinder Advance separator:  have run light for five seasons, Both engine and separator in good' condition. i lUOh. � *- 1 .- . kuu o�?�m�Mi.W* o^^^v --.^---- Dated at the Land Titles... Office, Outfit also comprises cook car, tend PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terms, 'five and seven roomed-modern/ cottages, nearly new, two blocks from car, line, or will trade for /arm lands; cattle or good work horsest Appjy Box 5 Herald. �'*� 269-6 FOR SALE-7 roomed fully modern house, 1512 4th Ave. N~. oil two Iota with barn 16x24 at reaf, in good condition. Will sell very*reasonable on good terms and take young stock on part payment. House is newly furnished and will sqll furnished or unfurnished. Geo. Hetghes, Coaldale, Alta., Phone R-206. 269-6 FOR SALE-At a bargain, nouse and lot in going town, near Lethbridge. Will pay 15% net on investment," Apply Box 7 Herald.. * .266-6 FOR SALE-On easy terms, nearly new 6 room modern cottage on 7th Street close to 9th Ave. car line, or will trade for wheat, oats or good work horses. Apply 1221 8th Ave. S. or 934 7th St. S. 267-6 John Billings & Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants. Ml ;�. ,;S'}#' w w GRAIN! ^^ur Business is Growing it-Ours is the Marketing-I^i'B Get Together j OUR PRICES Wltu^lNTERESTYOU I'^'-CMfMlllNMENTS SOLICITED-PHONE, WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy & Co. ifPffiyn- Merchant*' Phone 1313 %tlr�' AiW�':wiir'�lre your business quick and intelligent attention. ^MMSiWm m-Stteet South, ln,Sh�rloek Building (Ground Floor.) mmimtSXiiVOKT**, Manager Uathhrldge'A'Braneh. i.jpfflee^Wlnhipeg Grain Exchange. 1 W^f'^ Reference-Bank of Nova Scotia. '41 'if- CANADIAN . PACIFi CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS -TO- ' '"" GREAT BRITAIN November 15tih to December 31st LIMIT PIVE MONTHS By all Trans-Atlantic Steamship lines Canadian Pacific Railway Agents will gladly give all particulars and reserve sleeping car''; and , Steamship �berths, v.  � - ::'�: ....... . R. DAWSON, ; District Passenger Agent, Calgary er, water tank and four bundle wagons. Price $2000; terms. F. O. B. Sheldon, N. Dakota. Phone N. C, Tregloan, postmaster, Wrentham, Alberta. Write L. L. Tregloan, Box 33, R.F.D. No. 3, Sheldon, N.P. ".' 268-6 Ft>R SALE-Threshing outfit, com plete, consisting of 32 h.p. Marshall class D gasoline tractor, Nichols and Shepherd Red River Special separator. 36x56;. two. calbooses, one set six bottom P. and O. plows, both breaker and stubble; one Stewart iheaf loader; gasoline pump; six steel druftts, And all small accessories; in first class condition, only being used abort time. Can be seen at work in Fish-burn district. Apply H. A. MoGlen-ning, Flshburn, Alberta, in person, by mall or long distance phone, or information can be supplied by Western Canada Agency, Limited, Lethbridge, Alta. 268-6 : Hours 1677 10-12; . 3-5 (, 7-8. Phone 269-30 c PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; nA yean factory experience. Hon 20 ours Certificate MT/Assn., London, England. the .leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. J253 6th Ave. A. South. - AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, ' All ^tnda of aaloa conducted. Terms reasonable. . Prompt settlement* Job lota or stocks; of merchandise purchased. . I will also buy the entire contents of furnished houses. Head office at the Wilson Fnrntturo Co.. 416 18th dt North I. i*o OR. E. O. 8IMMON0S-Dentist, inem her of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.8. 1900. ' Hours: 9-18; 1-6. Offlcs: 6-8 Hlg-' : Inbotham Block. - ' PRIVATE HOSPITAL, PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van. Haarlem's Private Hospital and" Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomtnlng, Oraeral Decorating and Sign Writing. Betlmates given. The' oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1758, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge. Alta, 166-0 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the 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 CLEANING .WORKS-Furs re-made and cleaned; suits made to order; best Work. Only dyeing works in the city. Phone .444. VI AVI VIAVI (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc)-All communications to Manager, Box 192, Taber. Alberta. v; 232-0 T. 8. PETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Bmbalraer; also agent for the'Somerville Marble * Granite Works of Calgary. Office oppo-site Court House., 'Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave, 8. Phone 1176. Open day and night 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer *,Funeral; Director. 808 8rd Avenue -South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. HAY, GRAIN, FEEdV BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feud of all kinds. Carloads or less.; Inquire, for quotations Swhenuytng>*r sell-; Ing- We are In tonch with the best, markets. Storage space tor rent ' Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyds * Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 118/ 167-0 R. O. COX-Room 8, Macdonald Blk, Lethbridge, representing Thompson Sons and Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased on consignment at highest current prices. \ t 227-0 WESTERN HAY and GRAIN ,CO.- C. M. McCIenagban, , manager.- Licensed track buyer*, Correspondents Baird � Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest prices paid \for all kinds of gram. Latest quo-utlons at all times direct, from Winnipeg, Chicago ft. Minneapolis. Office, Empress Block, next to Alex-' andra Hotel ' ' 281-0 SHOE REPAIRING FRANK MILES-511 4th Avenue >S. Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. ." ,' 116-0 FOR SALE-r-42 head of cattle consisting of cows and calves; 1, 2 and 3 years old, steers and heifers. Also one car of good mares, 13 with colts at foot. Can be shown in 30 minutes from Bonnell's barn. See . L. Bon-riell, Lethbridge. 267-0 FOR SALE-^New cook caT or sleeping car; can be seen at Riverside Lumber Co. Inquire at McMahod Machine Co. or at Lumber Co. yard. . .  267-6 PASTEUR1 ZE1> ,M ILK We deliver Pasteurised- Milk-18 quarts for 81.00. All disease germs destroyed-quality unimpaired. Ask your Grocer tor Carlvle Brand Dairy Butipr Ci-ystal Dairy. "Phone 1576. FOR SALE-Ford runabout in perfect condition. Apply Box 623 City. 265r-6 Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. - The land will support you and pay for itself. An Immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to $30 Irrigated lands from.: $36./ Terms-. One-twentieth down, balance, within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to $2,000, also repayable in twenty yean-Interest only 6 per cent. Here is,your opportunity to increase your, farm bold, ings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors.. For literature and particulars � apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gen'l Sept of Lands Dept.-of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY - -.- - - ALTA. OR V/I1.80N 'eV'SKEITH Sherlock . Building ' ' Lethbridge FOR SALE CHEAP-Bunch of pure bred White Rock poultry including 1st prize rooster, Lethbridge, 1914;. about 36 birds in all; $30 for quick sale. Apply F\" Steedman, 14th Ave. South, Lethbridge. ,, ; ., 2-J6-0 / TO RENT FpR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. ^ ^ S. O. E. HAJiL S (Ground FloorJ 1 iAp'ply C. Weetl�x,-^eadia Block FOR SALE-Light wagon with covered top suitable for almost any pur-pose; good as new; will sell cheap, cash or terms. Would consider horse In trade. Apply Advertiser, 207 - 5th Ave'. South. - � 266-6 FOR SALE-A complete threshing outfit, 25 h.p. Case engine, 140 lbs pressure, 36-60 Gaar Scott separator. All in A.l. condition, now threshing near Stirling. Con make immediate delivery. Apply C. B. Perkins, Stirling, Alta.__ 265-6 FOR SALE-Ford runabout; Al condition; electric lighted, .no reasonable offer refused. Apply Box 39, Herald. ' 264-6 FOR SALE-Gerhard Helntzman Piano, first class condition, handsome mahogany case. If interested apply to Box 22 Herald., 254-0 RUBBER STAMPS Made >In Lethbridge by theh .Herald.'Job Department. ; ' Phone 1262. Garbutt Business College 411 8th 8tree't 8outh, Lethbridge.- Hours: Day School-9 o.m-4 p.m., every school day. Night School-Monday and. Thursday evenings, 7.30-9.80. Subjects: Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Arlth-I metic. Spelling, Penmanship, Office Routine, English. Call or write for information. 266-6 PATENT SOLICITOR WM. S. BABCOCK Lawyer 180-0 Department Of Education, Edmonton. Notice to Teachers ' The Department of Education has esiablUhed a Teachers' Bureau, with the-object of assisting teachers to obtain schools .with as little expense and loss of time as possible. Teachers requiring schools are invited . to communicate. with the Department, stating their requirements and class of Alberta Certificate held-^Teachers who "have not yet obtained definite advice regarding the standing to wJiich they are entitled in this Province, should' forward for registration any certificates they may hold, together with recent testimonials, as to teaching ability and moral character. v  Address all communications to THE DEPUTY MINISTER, Department of Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ad. No. Q. W. A. HENDERSON �" �OY. Lethbridge : Modioli* Hat Winnipeg Chartered Aeeeuntsnts ivrjeountancy In all its branches: AudiU SocrstarlaL AdV vUory. Bystematlilngj, and Trust Work, la�ee> UgaUoos, Idquldatioaa Acadia Building. Lethbrtago R. J. RITCHIE PATBRSON. Chartered Asosuwtsat (ar^L> and Transfer COAL 6> O. D. �os pmui Phone ?82 Strsot South. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS f A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER '� STUDIO? . "906 Third Avenue South. APPOINTMENTS MADE, DRAYING of krimnfa ^ Office-C. P, R. frfWV; ;