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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TWO THE LET H B KIVGE D A IL Y H E R A L 0 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1915 and The Quest- Kival The No Advance in Vaudeville The Quest, a-iiia'slprpiKim- in (Vpni-ls. Orpheum-Vaudeville Photo Plays-Country Store Thursday "The Fork iiUhTlJoad" a drama of the olden Tommy." drama, with inU-nsolioart Ke'A Wax." Essanav inirtl. mingled xvith given away Sat.. Sept. for KiiUjiji .Biogrnpli and coupons; TONIGHT Feature Famous Players Present Alice "THE in COMMANDING Dovey OFFICER" "THE CARDS NEVER A Gypsy Romance i Two Comedy THE SIGN OF THE -THREE SOCKS CANADIAN AT THE ORPHEUM Today and tomorrow we offer "The in the Road." a Selig drama of the sixteenth century, in two acts. Selig staods for all that is good in photography. "Philantrophic Tommmy'1 is a play with real heart interest. "Just for a Lark" and "Done in Biograph and Essanay comedies that are com- edies, will be shown. "Hamburg" kept the audience laughing with his jokes and lasr night, and is a sure cure for -the blues. This, with tho orchestra and dia- mond coupons, makes and best show in the.city. Thursday: The Country Store. "THE-; COMMANDING OFFICER One' of .the .strongest feature photo- plays of, recent times' is the Famous 'four-part film -ver- sion of-'ftie noted military play, "The Commanding the drama that has stirred the emotions of two" con- tinents. -This subject" with the popu- lar ingeijue- as the ceni _tra! character, ture attraction, at Starland tonight The supporting! cast -Ethel Phillips, Olive Johnson and Jack Pldiford, an unusual col-: lection of popular photo players. J "The Cards Never Lie." a' raacce in two parts, featuring Harry Myfrs .and Rosemary- and our old friends Lady Baffles and Detect- ive Back will be .seen. in -a. one-reel comedy, entitled of the Three Socks." AT iTHE- EMPRESS "The a five-re'el'Mutual tn The Spokane Interstate Fair September 13th to ISth j Pare and-One-Third for die Round Trip; terpiece '.produced- the American- Film Co., is the feature on the Em- press programme "for toniglu and to-, -.The picture features. Harry Pollard and Nan Christie. John Douglas, a bachelor and so- ciety man, is a cynic concerning the women of society and has pictured as his ideal one whom he calls his dream girl. Tired of society he sails on -a freighter for a trip to .the Orient, but the ship is wrecked, and he is the sole survivor. He lands on an island inhabited -only by a -strange race of white people. His experiences on the island are Fmal Return 20th. Further information from an Ticket.Agent or R., DAWSON- -District Passenger Agent, Calgary. interesting, providing a good setting for. the story. lln adoltion to :this picture there are two clever acts of vaudeville-, and 'good comedy. NIGHTS TALE .OF: NEW -'ENGINES OF WAR BUILT BY THE BRITISH Chicago, 111., Sept. .ad- doubtful credibilitj' iiiai-the inost ae- engines of warfare ever cdjiqeiyed. are- being constructed by lei'-Stitisfi.'. -They under cover of the closest; fcecrecy, a fleet of armed and armored, land1, dreadmaushts that will plow' flenches, wade deep aad" sweep -death in broad and, aatated' circles o? a twenty-mile j radius. "Driven by engines of, tremendous lower, generated by gasoline, mount- ed on TJHOOL wheels built of steel, plated with six-inch steel, these auto- mobiles of extermination are armed with swing on -pivots, directed by men in steel'turrets, with a range of twenty miles. There is no obstruction less than a mountain that can withstand their ap- They cauld batter through a iuilding of "granite foundation and metal .frame like a giant walking through a wheat field. deadly fleet, it is asserted, is ,-eIl under way, and will be ready for shipment to the continent -next month. 31 r. rrinteriuan! you not like to.-have a nice owa. n live Weekly Newspaper, and all the Print ing for t- good town, two villages, and a big district? That business, is on the market for a short time for a quick salp. Not a large amount of cash is required. Lethbridge or farm property in the district misht be acceptable on ,3 deal. Write for full particulars If you are interested. Address Box 25 The Herald, Leihbridge, AHa. WAN! ADS SITUATIONS VACANT for light housckeep ing. Apply 505 lltll Si. S. good servant. Apply 1134 St. S. general son-ant. 'Anplv 1020 Ave. South. experienced dairyman Phoue for light housekeep- ing. Apply 532 13th St. B. X. 333-6 general serv- ant. Apply .Mrs. Wm. Stafford, 944 Kith St. S. HARVEST HANDS ply ,1. Harris Co. WANTED Ap- Employment Agency. 114 5th Street South. Phono jeneral servant; Mud home for ripnt 1007 Third avenue South. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. P. R. Freight Sheds. PHONES; Office Stables' 1163 1.064 once young man about 21) years, for meat and provision store i must be used to Glasgow, Commerce, digger. Apply, stating make and price to Box 49, Herald office._ _ I begin work Sept. ..13. 20 hand pick miners, 3 machine ruiii j ners for punchers, S machine run- iners for radials. Apply Ales McCul' lough. Three Hills. Albena. Canvasser for one who can handle motor country, cycle or i horse and buggy. Means oi convey- 'ance will be supplied by advertiser. Rezular remuneration to right man. Must be good talker. Write Box .48 Herald office. -25 6 MISSION Provides visitlns nurses 'for mater- nity- i'and ail mBdical .surgical cases (except contagions and charges1 the cir- cumstances- the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty For'further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 Hth St. S. .Phone (Miss) A., Mj'.TiHeyt'Supervrsor. (Miss) J- T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse for Twelve M School District, six miles from Coal-i [dale; state qualifications and salary j expected. School opens October 1st. Apply W. T. Thompson, Secretary- rf'reasurer. ________ WANTED--Housekeeper on a small ranch to have full charge, esperienc- ed, tiily family of three, good home, near -post office and station. State experience and wages to v Box AIRSHIP-HITS CROWD; 20 HURT 27 Herald. WANTED Surgeon and 3bwman Agency. Physician for -Lbe'-McGilHvray Creek Mine, Coleman, -Alberta. 210 men -at per man. this fo include .at-., tendance, medicine and hbspital acr conimodation. Applicant will requ'ire to be a grood surgeon." Applications will be received up'Ui! 15th :Septeni: anll goofl.grazll 'er year round. MISCELLANEOIIS FOR SALE FOU separator, also cook car in good condition. Apply G. B. Hinds, Stirling. FOR IIRVO for sale twenty mares, all broken and good work piano at the give away price of ?75. Apply Box Herald. FOR SALE Or trade, team of heavy horses, harness and wagon, for cove.' Apply first farm east- of experimental station passenger touring; car. good condition, for sale. Party iwtmts 'smaller car. Reason- able price after examination. Call 7th Ave. or Phone 1S7B. Box 23 Herald. FOR quarter sections of tine lanrt. house, (barn and granar- ies; one mile from R. II., 425 acres sprint: wheat: will average 85 bus. 6r more. Will sol! reasonable For Concentrated Energy I the Want Ad is in a Class by Itself Pony Express :ING OF ALL XINDS AL C. 0. D. Phono 632 THIS 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. long time payments. Apply John F. Duftield. Now Dayton, snfes, tailor's sen-ing rcacMne. cobbler's ma- chins, one eight-foot si- lent salesman, solid oak frame aud all plate glass: stoves and ranges, and a store full of good furniture; us before Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. S. PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR Pianos and Plny- 'Fiauos. also Organs. Canada's best; are always open tor inspection t, the store of The Star Electric '.p'.. 409 5th St. S.. Lethbridge. These beautiful instruments are used and endorsed by the greatest musicians. Prices and terms to suit everybody. today for catalogue or Phono 12 H C r. Salmon, District Man- TO RENT ro housekeeping rooms, all conveniences, gas, reason- able. Apply 1010 2nd Ave. S. TO RENT Furnished house, all mod- ern conveniences, seven rooms. ?20 per month. -R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. __ __ TO RENT Immediate possession, modern bungalows (opposite the Victoria Mansions) with gas ranges, electroliers and window shades, one 'urnished and the .other unfurnished, moderate rental. Apply to Fred W. Downer, -Victoria Mansions office, 3rd Ave. '3., city, or to the C. B. MASSAGE BUPERFtquS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. HolrnM graduate o! the Pennsylvania OrtBfr pKdic Institute. Medical MassagJ and Gymnastics ca! Vibratory and Therapeutic 1 Jgw Treatments. Electrolysis and Snanv poolng Treatments given 19 pointmefit only. Room 1. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Vtn Haarlem's Private Hospitsl ana Matcrnitv Home. Special rates sir- on on application. 12" South. 746. UNDERTAKING T. 3 Funeral Director and BmnalmBr; also agant the Somorvlllo Marble Granite Works, of. Calgary. Office opposite Court KOUSB. Phone 661 Kelt lence 284 7tn Ave. 3. 1171 Open day aud'-night y. HURST, EMBALMER 4 FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. 3. Phcna 1802. Opsn nigbt and day. MEDICAL OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Offlco S14 Third' Aveoue, Phone 1253. BP. Eye. and Throat; 11B Sherlock Bldg. Office hours evenings by av- pofntment. Fkonei; 841. He- Eidence 693. DENTAL PIANO TUNING Coke Co., Ltd., Coleman, Alberta 225- man to manage a 2000 acre farm. -Must be a good stock man and anjlerstand dry'farm- ng. Don't'waste "your time and mine unless you are big" .enough1' for the job. A first class opening for com- petent man. Apply iMaaager, John Deere Co., Lethibridge. Thousand acres, of first class improved land in the Bar- ons and Carmangay district. Three sRts of good buildings, plenty of good veil water, 800 acres of summer fal- and good grazing land with .Will lease for period of three to five years to responsible (party or will lease in three parts. For particulars apply to' Manager, John Deere Co., Lethbridge. LAND FOR SALE HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OP arsons fatally, THE GREAT WAR-CanaUa's Sons tie when an .aeroplane daslfed into a crowd of people at a Labor day cele- bration here today. Oscar Cook, a Chicago aviator, lost control of his machine when Jie landed after a siiort flight. He was not hurt. Joseph 11: Mrs. Vincent Jones, 55, and Miss Mabel Taylor, 17, suffered fractured and physi- cians say there is no hope-for their recovery. at the forefront of battle. Most thrill ing and hear t stirring book ever written. Going like wildfire.'Bonanza tor representativia. .Only SI. Big terms. Sample book free. 'Winston Company, Limited, Toronto. LOST AND FOUND. GRODNO, -RUSSIAN STRONGHOLD, TAKEN BY THE ENEMY bay. liare. branded 6V over quarter circle :bn-left-thigh. Re- ward for return to ;Teddie -Berlando, Coalhurst. or Phone 1803. 325-rS FOR orchards for wheat land; also city property for land; ive still have "a few good ranches for sale at ten per acre and good buys and trades 'write T. M. Huff, Room-ID, Alberta block, Lethbridge; Alia. pearl sunourst 'brooch be- tween Hudson Bay Co. and 3rd Ave. and 9th St. Reward for return, to Herald office. corner ot 6th.. Ave. and 5th St. S. and Exhibition grounds, i two keys, initials E. Q. C. engraved on one. Finder please -return Herald._______. 32iT-l; the AtbleUc Park and 18th St. S.. a plain gold Waltham I watch with inilials N. M. S.; Finder please return to Herald office and re-. ceivc reward. bayTnare.-v weight about 1300 Ibs., one brown mare about same weight. Both branded with .ship, wheel'on-left thigh. Kcnable reward for return to-H. Gal- vin on the Kane place. Phone 304 Rural._______________________3210] horses, one bay.feldinp. three years old. -oranded .JO on left thigh; one Tiay onft" yeaf arid half old. No rroht c: abovo hoof. Both had white cirip'.o-. face 310 for return to' ,T." Htl Alia.' 22Z- HUSTLER WANTED IN LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT To Represent NEW YORK. INS. CO. Direct Contract With .Company GEO. H. PAGE Agency Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Circfuj and Prompt MONUMENTS G. H.CRIPPS, EXPERT PJsyer-Plono and Organ Repairer; 20 yeare factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MX. London. Reference to 'the leading musicians the city. Phone 1168. 1263 Gtli Avn. A Soutn. MILK AND CREAM PURE und er sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and U'itchell, TANNERY ALBERTA ROBE' AND TANNING Sixth Ave. Bast, Calgary-" Fur Dressers and Tan- SHOE REPAIRING FRANK 4Uv Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will callad for and delivered.. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All "tlnds of sales conducted. Terms reasonaojel Prompt Job lota' of stocks of mercnandifla purchased. T will also buy ihe en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head office at fhe Wilson Furniture Co.. .St.. North l.othbridse Prone 102? _________________ DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- Paperhangern and Painters: Kaisomiaing, General Decorating Sign Writing. Estimates given. The -oldest- established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Plione 1472; office phone 1762, Sherlock BWg., Lett bridge, Alta. _ PASTEURIZED MILK Pasteurized quarts JPP Jl 00 All disease teims unimpaired. Ask your for Garlyle, Brand. Dairy au tar f ijstai Pairy Phone 157t Livery HENDEHSON; OARAGE LIT- eiy Phone 088 (1) The great bridge of the Warsaw-Pctrograd railway at Grodno; (2) A view of the. high and, (3) ;The railway there. the pound Se the undersigned on --N'-.iiKi- Quhr- jlor of Sec. 2. I'fi, -R of the 4tll. one .Mirtc.-, Kizv. ,'iljoul. 10 on left neck and liSlC dinniouil -B on left thigh. .1. It. Lomond, AUa._ __ 'tiic "city of LcTii- briilgo, I'ound. Kintlc. 22, 1615, one black gr'ldlng, white' face, four wiiitc scar on left hind leg. no visiuic- brand; also' 01: August 28th, one .bay: geldlnp.: no visiblo brand, white star on fore- head and white slocking on left Iiim; leg. ,L. a" ail .modern steam heal, shower plungCt apply-' M Headstones and Crosses of PI y cleseiiphon made to order, Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE'YOU BUY. DR. M. J. jmauato of Royal College of Dental Burgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Hoc-inn 6 and 6, Bryan Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Courtlee t amte Unlveraity of Maryland. Robma. 8 and 9, Macdonild Block. Phono 1165, Lethtrldge. Altfc 170-H) ORS. MARR5 ANO Suceesaors to Drs. Stewart and Miv Clure. Hours: J to 6. Office, Inbotbam Block. PhoQe 374. OR. E. S. mem- ber of Royal College of SureTOn, (Ens.) Licentiate Royal College of Physloians (London.) i900. Hours: 9-13: 1-8. W-JIIgln- botham Block. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i Mrs. J. U. I. Dominion. Block. Consultation and spinal an- alysis given free. Adjustments at your home by appoiritment. Hours 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Plloho M77. SINGING LEO M. COOMBS, (Late of the New York School of Music Teacher of (he .celebrated Sterner Voice Culture. Phenom- ir.al adrancement dio Nc. i. Consen-atory Building, Corner 11th St. and 5th Avenue S. Phone 705. HAY, GRAIN, TEED BALED HAY AND of ail Carloads or less. r Inquire for quotations when' buying'or sell- ing- We are' in touch with the best markets. "Storage space for rent. Excellent basement tor perishable goods Saunders; Phono 1244' P. O: BOI 112. DYEING THE in Chemi- cal Dry. plea'ning. Immediate at- tention to out of town orders' We press jour Hits for Oc oich Phone 18K-. Fetch' and deliver. 324 6th Strec! South._____________ Our CITY DYEINS AND CLEANING WORKS the moat modern Steam Cleaning and.' French Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta Specialists in cleaning and dyeing Phone 4.14.. beside ;Fire Hiill. '3; '.Mqctlonald Hlk. -Lel-bbi'liige, representing Thoinpsoii Sons iifid Co.. Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased on con- signijient highest, current prices VI A HENDERSON A COY Lttltbrldg> j Mtdlcln, MRS W H teacher jf Piano IlaHnony nnd Ihcory Studio 1S26 Gth Avo A bouth LETHBRIDGE OF CM HafteX DJrettor Co tilled Jiftnches Pi h ate ind olaas Instruction, Chor u on B Dramat'o Clubs in connection Phone 76j PATENT SOLICITOR WM. Lethbridge Monumental iaml Cot Stone Werks Arcountina Accountancy its brancbea Audit Secretarial Ad visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work. Invet. Usationa, LUluidationi. Acldii Building, Lethbriigi J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Lawyer Patent Attorney 35 sfmtt Canada and U 8 lin-enltitifj-1'rompt !y aauntesl Wd signs itglBtered Infrinbehiwt and lalirtlty Txidenoe lolled led In patent neport" prepared 1 101 Writis fof irt'orifiittlou Expert in obtained In 99 Street A. EVLYN SMITH PHOTOGRAPHER STUDIO: 906 Third South, APPOINTMENTS MADE. ;