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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LRTHBRin'OE DAILY HEIUUI FRIDAY. SKPTKMItEK 8. 1910 II R ICCTIP MNiglits mmltD I Ib- omy Next Mon.-Tues. One Show (Jigtitiy UO Sharp "CABIRIA" ir-Miiiiiiizio's Twelve Heel Masterpiece. The World's GreateKl.Mo.tlon Picture. FACTS A'BOVT "CABIRIA" PRODUCED BY THE 1TALA FILM CO. AT A sffiSf D-ANNUNZ.O. PEOPLE. TOOK 14 MONTHS TO MAKE. SCENES TAKEN RAN NEW YORK-6 MONTHS IN MONTHS IN SAN FRANCIS- CO-4 MONTHS IN MOS. IN BOSTON. WHAT THEY SAY A1SOUT "CABIRIA" "rABIRIA" IS MOST INDESCRIBABLE IN ITS STRENGTH AND TORONTO STAR. "CAB1RIA IS THE GREATEST SPECTACLE EVER SEEN TELEGRAM ..MnQ-r DRAMA EVER STAG- MED-T-AMY LESLIE. CHICAGO DAILY NEWS "UNQUESTIONABLY THE WORLD'S BIGGEST GREEN BOOK.- -CAB.RIA- RAN FIVE WEEKS IN TORONTO AND PLAYED TWO WEEKS IN THE PRINCESS THEATRE MONTREAL, AT PRICES F ROM 25c to WILL BE S HOWN AT THE MAJESTIC AT POPULAR PRICES SPECIAL ORCHESTRA Music especially composed for this im-turo by the famous Italian composer. "CABIRIA" PRICES 7.H- 50c ALL RESERVED SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW. Good Comedy 1 To-night and To-morrow PATHE PRESENTS Edwin Arden in "The Beloved Vagabond" A FIVE-REEL PICTUR1ZATION OF VIM. J. LOCKE'S NOVEL. -OH-IIB.T 0! THE TRIUMPH, OF INSTRUMENTAL ART Welcome Return Visit of the Notable Artists; LEO JAN MISCHEL HERNIAVSK IN VIOLINIST-PIANIST-'CELLIST A GRAND (Entirely New Seats Now on SaleatHedley's TO-NIGHT Entire Change of Everything I ORPHEUM DON'T FAIL'TO SEE'THE ELEPHANT" PRESENTED BY THE EVER POPULAR Empire Girls Featuring ED. GAVIN, the little fellow with the BIG LAUGH Extra Attraction Saturday Matinee For Benefit of Belgian Sufferers. Big Potato Matinee THREE CASH PRIZES to three persons bringing the three 'largest potatoes. This contest is open to. everybody. E MPRESi Bluebird Photoplays PRESENTS "The Love Girl" With ELLA HALL. Written and directed by ROBERT Z. LEON- ARD. The supreme achievement in 'photoplay accomplishments. Filled- with thrills.. Strong in heart Interest. Beautiful in pho- tography. Superlative Entertain- CHARLIE HAPLIN in "THE City of Lcthbriilge Eiilpl loycr's Liability Insurance G. T. R. EMPLOYEES GET INCREASE Classified Ads or. _._ fSf less. Six in- sertions the price of four. Must be paid in Advance _ SlTpE R F LUmJi Of All Kinds, 'Western-Transfer. Co. Limited. i P. R. Freighc Sni'dk PHONES: :liei SITUATIONS VACANT Maill. Apply 317 13th St. South. 237-0-x boy. Telnghiphs. ____________ tor Gait Hospital. ''.227-0 .once, at .Herald. laborer. Apply TEAMSTER good man. with horses and willing to make himself senejally useful. Steady Job. i Apply Box ___ 226-0 FOR FOR "second hand cars. Ono. Overland and one Reo. Hnalim .Motor Co. _ 220-11 Souse S x 12, cost 185.00. one slablu H i 22. hip roof, cost J375.00. Dolh for each.-A. E. Humphries, KO llth St.. South: '___________' .187-0 FOR sTTiiscll player piano' for sale. MnhoRcny finish. Was for iiuick sale This player has just been slightly used mid is just iike new. Customer makes terms. Mas- on liisi'll. Ltd., 5th St. S. __ Glrl to assist''In souerul housework. No cooking IIP .washing. Must be fomrbf children, gonil homo for right liarjy. App.ly, to SIS lith. Ave.'S. An "experienced- maid to assist general hoimworU and help take care- of children. High -wages. ;no WKshing.-.Apply at once. .Mrs. L. Keelt S." FOH IS and 20. Block 151, 13th Street N. Adjuliilng Motllodist church. Will take for pair. cash, balance to suit. Apply .27.0 i Pox 47. Herald office. FOIt SALT _ _ K. M. Holmes iii-adunre'oTiho 1'Viiusylvnnla Orth- opaedic Instltuto, Medical Massage and -Gymnastics.. trlcal .Vibratory, and Therapeutic Light Troatmenta.. Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments Bivcu by appointment only. Uoom 1. Hull tint. CHIROPRACTORS SMlTH'i Smith and Juno B. you UPC sick and want to regain health, iako .spinal adjustments -and sot well. Consul- tation free. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. B; opposite Modo'. Bak- ery, hours O.ao to 6; 7 to Phone 1677, PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Prlvgto .Hospital and Maternity' Homo. Sepclal rules giv- en on application.' 1224 1th Avenue South. Phone 740. DR. W. S. GALORAITH Physician anfaanti A rrrttwher IlnorH .Third Avenue. Phono-1253... McNAt-UY JAMIE- Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; RMldenu 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. rn.il 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to -8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, fllclau, Accoucher. ..1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to Caravan, I'ur- or unfurnished. Comfortable travelling home for sportsman, phi'op- 1 herder, homesteader. Ideal cook car for j threshing outfit. Storm, frost and ________ _ _ Keelt S." ____ ____ I soct proof. One heavy horse or _ A girl to assist chamber- 1 team handles it anywhere. Apply umid. Apply ArltllBtun Hotel.. 324-li I ThirteentJ Castle Hotel. woman tailoring trade. Also smart errand hoy. I Apply Fred Thaell. 3rd Ave. H. 225-6 one to cut quarter section of 51.5U Per acre. F. Knapp, Coaidale. phone R J2M W for eeneral house- work. Appply -Mrs. .C' M. .Marshall, 1214 5th Avenue S !24-i: I Thirteenth St. North waitress. the Farm i situate near Newgate, M. C. Apply to P.O. Box 40T. Fernle, H. C. "Palace" Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. 0. Thomas, 10th at. South. DECORATING FOH Hie Barn, eleven head of work horses. All j broke and In good shape for work, i Phone 71U. 223-0 I WELLINGTON Docorat- ors, PaperhRr.gors and Patutera; General Decorating and Sign Wrltfne. Estimates given. Ths oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Ues...Phone 1472; office phone 1752, Bhe'nock Lets, bridse. Aita. FOR rye seed. saclTeii in bulk Grown on summer-fallow 2211-0 I land. Write or phone C. S. Noble. ,------r 1 Nobleford. or through Rura', Loth- W once an experienced j 206-1) clothing salesman. Must be first class HuTm-Ty window dresser.- Apply to I, Keel. iAL-E-On .hxW ,lj sop _ Box 563, cheol, if general servant.] tailen ,u once. Herman Hillmer. ..Ma- Small family. Call mornings before 10 i erntUi Alta. L'27-12 o'clock or evenings from 6 to S o'clock, j pQjf-gALE v'59 Fifth Ave. South. Phone 1162. 225-r. Mar- ried man onljv State references and salary Box 1-'. Three men for Fire" Department. Apply to... Chief Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall. 23.1-0 rvfi. SALE On crop payment, no in- terest for 2 years, then 320 acres fenced ready to break. Ail smooth. Mvcd-ti. Xo payment down. Legal description, qualifications. ir, of 11, Township II. Range 21. expected to Address C. B. Bowman, Oil Boone, Spokane. Wash. 227-12 WANTED Male stenographer with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, 'Herald. __ 213-0 TVAN'TED At once >oung man ds general assistant in meat and provis- span of bay mares with colts. Weight 2.K00. 7 years old. Well broke. One span of grey geldings -1 years old. Weight 2.400. Well broke. O'Reilly's Barn, cor. 3rd Ave. S. and 2nd Street. 22S-2 WANTS general assistant in meat an provs- "uii store Miiat-bc-liscd lo horses and j WANTED House of eight i-ave knowledge of meat business. W. or nine rooms in first class condition. EDUCATIONAL______ GARBUTT BUSINESS- 411 8th Street S.. Lotllbrldge. Hours: 13ay a.m. and 1.30 to p.m.. Office open till u p.m.; Night School, Monday, and Thursday. Ev- enings, 7.30 to Courses in book- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business phone 1315, Res- idence phone 1531. ________J22S-0 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Fir Girls and young Boys, Craubrook B. C. prepared for examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne Excellent Music..Dancing and Diaw- Ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand Typewriting and Bookkcoping, Com fortable home. "Write for prospectus to Miss Cbarington, Headmistress. PUBLIC attention given to work from loca! firms. Will arrange on monthly baa is. Board of Trade office, Gar dens. Hours 8.30 a'.m.'to'5 p.m. 21C-0 WELDING -ave M GlaS-ow Commerce, Alta. Phone i Centrally located. tenants. _ j Reply Box S5 post office. ____ 204-0 girl to assist WANTED TO" Furnished farm for two house by family ot two for :i raoiHlis per month, or longer. Mrs. C. Fisher, phono Women i wi'th houst-work 'on months Wages Ki.CO or apply 11103rd Ave. S.. 1 1S7C or 4S-1. City. OXY-ACETYLENE .WELDING Tho modern method of uniting metals by'heating without hammering or compression. If It's 'metal we ctn weld it. Tho piece will be where it in welded. ;W. N. Kuth, 321 6tb Street South, next to Herald. SITUATIONS WANTED i TO RENT I TO ____ ._...... room. House 7SiuTon as I modern. Board if desired. 639 5th i cook for thrcsning outfit. Had prey- St .S. Phone 1012.________--11''' i -.Annlv In Charlie i roomed Hback with ious experience. 'Apply to Charlie Cross, Oeneral delivery.________2iifi-ii and wife will cook 7 to 8. Phone DENTAL DR. M. J. craduaM of Royal College of Dental Surseons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Kooai S and G, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. L. T. to Drs. Courtlco tutte-University Room! f and 9, (lacdonald Blook. Phone 1165, Lethbrldgo. Alta. DR8. MARRS and Buccessors to Drs. Stewart and Me Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlf inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians L.D.S. 1300. Hours: Office: Higinbotham Bltck. Phone 1016. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Binbalmer; alao agent for the Somerville Marble ft Gran- ite Works ot Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. sidence 284 7th Ave. S.. Phone 11J6, Open day and iiight i. Y. Director. 803 3rd Avenue Soute. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILKEN M. JONES, PlanoforW Playing and Theory. Supervision ol H. C. C. Salmon, ol pupils entered lor the examination of '.the Koyal Academy and Royal College of Mu- BlcV London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were Stndlo U23 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience Studio fully equipped with black board', keyboard, scale laddnr, modu lating board, etc. Studio 1226 oto South. 9S- and F.orgings weldeil and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 1286 2nd Ave. Ellison Mills. R. Bossert, Box 36S. 196-0 for" large threshing crew. Experienced. TO rooms Suitable ,viuef and light. All fencell in. Apply l Box 10. Herald. 220-11 State highest wages. A. Ave. W-, 'Calgary. D 14th 226-6 for married couple. Light housekeep- ,____ ....____.____________________, ing privileges. Modern house. Apply experienced Hart-Parr Hox 7, Herald. 225-6 engineer, job operating a 30-00 h.p. j ROOMS TO RENT Hart-Parr engine during Apolv Box W. Herald -In private house. threshing, j or unfurnished. Light 326-6 housekeeping privileges. Apply Box I, Herald 224-6 LAND FOR SALE I TQ eTihObonied FARM LANDS FOR half I house in choice residential district, of lection li-10-22, West of the 4th M. including garage and furniture. House 'r Vcross road allowance from Chinook I js elegantly furnished with piano i Collieries Price S35.00 per acre. Will ami other furniture in keeping. Ren- 1 allow purchaser commission. For i tal per month for five months terms apply to C. Simmons, 2101 I from November .1st. W. F. Nelson 10th Street W, Calgary. -'17-12 Co., nth St. LiND FOR Well improved jfo 1st. that beautiful i farms large or small tracts, to i modern bungalow. No. 5. Strathcona i S35 per acre, small-cash payment, long Court.. Every convenience. Apply to i terms'" N B Co., 10 F. Downer, Victoria Mansions or I aid block.' Lethbridge. i to The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia come to AT-! 1325.. Iberta. exchange fine sec. BALED HAV AND of all kinds. Carloads or less, lunuiro for-quotations when-buying or sell- Ini We are in touch with the hest niarkets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for penshaole goods. F, O: Kyde Co. Phone 1214. P. 0. Box 1S2-0 -SHOE SEPAI_HING_____. SHOE 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work: dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. -Frank lilies. 611 SouUi., mile from Bowman; N-. D., county seat, inhabitants. Water 'works, electric lights and hif.h school. IJIain line .Milwaukee R. R- All level plow land. Best ot-Jsoll, fine corn and stock country. Ala'o all grains. 1 acres plowed. New house 14x24. 13 i feet high. Prefer land in Letlibridse district. Cash price per acre. Owner Box 542, Bowman, N'.D. 228-8 22S-0 St. .lust north of McKillop Grocery. Vacant Sept. 15th. Reasonable rent. Apply to J S. Kirkham, phones 10HO or 22S-C AND FOUND____ i dog, marked with brown spots'over iiead. Finder return _j) 7th Ave. S. Reward, j top set Montreal, Sept. G. Following a conference between Grand Trunk i Railway officials and representatives of the employees, the company lias j granted an increase iu v.-ages of from: five to sight per cent, all round, to' 4500 employees. The new schedule, agreed upon affects all branches of: the operating department except the firemen and engineers. The i.gree- j nieiit is signed for a year, but either the employees or the company can j break ir after thirty days' notice. The FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. B. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK of false teeth. Owner can recover same by calling at i F Ci. Wright, S4 -1th Ave. Hardieviiie. 22S-3 ifre between south side of Henderson Lake and 13th St S. Finder would kindly return same to 1304 6th Ave. S. and receive reward. 227-3 TO Suite in Kirk- ham block. Living room, i bed room, bath room, kitchen. Apply Room 2, Kirkham block, or to .S. S, Kirkhatn, phones 1030 or 573. TO modern furniture store, eqiiipned with double deck and repair shop. Centrally located in the business district of Letllbridge. Splen- did opening for up to date furniture stora. There i r.nnly one other furni- store in city. Population of Lelh- bridge is and in addition to ibis there Is a large country trade. Apply W. F. Nelson Company, 4 Hi 5th St. S.. Lethbridge. phono 1214. 'Details can be had at the office of the City Clerk. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. J. RUSSEL OLIVER, Acting City Clerk. Sept. 7th. Conductors in the passenger ser- vice, .previously receiving 2.68 cents per mile, will now receive 2.SO cents: i baggagemen, previously 1.55, now 1.60; brakemen, previously 1.50 cents per mile, now 1.55. For conductors under the prevailing system, a day's work was done when they had made mileage of 157, for Here after, under the new agreement they i __ entire month and who do not lay off on their own accord, will be paid fol- lowing minimum sums for the calen- dar month: Conductors: rate S125. Baggagemen: rate, 5 Brak-enien: New rate, old rate. FOR SALE 'One Hart-Parr Gat Tractor, sev- en plows, breaker and stubbie bot- tomi. Just overhauled throughout. Engine can be seen at Lethbridge Iron Works. Enquire Farmers' Lum- ber Co. for terms. .Phone 516. 222-0 ;ew rate, J135; New rate, old old! I Money to Loan W. F, NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge, Alberti receive for a mileage day when they have made a THE WANT Ap.. PACE of 155 miles. Baggagemen EARIiTf. stead'.of for a day of 177 milcsj A.RS. .will be paid tliat amount for a run of 176 miles. Regularly assigned passenger train- men who are ready for service the PAHB .MUST UEACIi'THES.HERALD OTPICB BY ONE. Q'OIiOCW TO IN- SURE INSERTION ON TUB SAME DAY AS UHLIVKKED. DO YOU BURN HI? The Grace Coal Mine ii now prepared to take of all orden. PHONE 125O The quality l> the Suit. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWC TON LOADS' FARM PRODUCE THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY i OF MUSIC Re-opens Septetnbo nth. instruction given in all branches of music. Special classes for violin mandolin, banjo, guitar anil olhe small instruments. Certified teachers European and Canadian examinors Terms.moderate.'Phone 765. 20B.2 H. McG. YOUNG, Mus. Ban., A.D.C.O voice, piano and theory Nsrusal courses, Boston, Mass Technique-clavier and tables use< for liaii'l culture in primary an j.inior grades. Students advance; for music exams if desired. A lim Red amount q'f teaching done a pupil's residence. Studio .room A berta Loan Investment Bullning 5th St. S., first door south of Or pheum Theatre on and after Sepi 1st. Residence Y.Jf.C.A- TUNEB Player-Piano and.Organ Repairer: 2fl years' factory exporienca. Hon- ours Certificate ll.T. Assn., London. England. Reference' to the leading musicians of the' city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th.Ave. A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its Only the most scientific methods applied without Injury to garmenU. Our work is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1813. 324 Sixth Street South. GUNSMITHS MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO improved .farm or city property. Apply W. A. Leavitt, phone 517, Suite S, Stafford block. 217-0. GUNSMITHS' 4 barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired. lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle-'Agent, Phone 103S, 407 5th St. S. TELEGRAPHY; LEO M. of the Ar of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte Affiliated -teacher1 of tho NewVork School of Music and Arts, New York and SeiKOl Meyer's School of Music Chicago. Also preparation i for Can adian examinations.-Free voice trla Studio Room 1, Lethbridgo1 Conser, atory of Music. Phone 765. Re_s dencc phone 1242. 225- AUCTIONEER' W L WILSON. Provlnelaland Clt Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers ii tending selling their farm stock an implements, it will be to yo-.ir in terest to consult me as to terms, etc Write or phone 1025. Residence 142 6th Ave. North, Eethbridge. NOTICE Kindly take notice that I, Charles; Nelson, of Carmangiiy, Alta., will not be responsiihe for any debts incurred by my wife, Mrs. Annie Nelson. Charles Nelson, 226-8' Carmangay, Alberta. WANTED! CROWN TOP BEER BOTTLES At 30c dozen for At 50c dozen for Quarts ;And We Pay Freight from Destination. Letliliridgc TELEGRAPHY Alberta College North' Edmonton; offers complete course in Railway a'nd Commercial Telegraphy. Special rates for return- ed soldiers. For lull Information ap- ply to F, S. 101st St.. Edtnontoni 220-21! FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds con ducted in town or Province. Res results guaranteed. Established i Lethbridge 1907. Office .414 Fourt Avenue S. 2lS FARM PRODUCTS; LIMITED, II WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK SLOG- OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD Reildenc 365 Accountant's residence 175 Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldal Raymond and Magrath. All hay for In. full when' teSedi-.No com backs. Eventually you will We yourself for not selling your ha to us. Why not now? WANTED TO PURCHASE WAHTEU.TO PURCHASE Have you.anything for sale. I will pay casii for .second-hand goods of Junk, copper, brass', lead, old rubbers, shoes, aulo-tiresj horsn hair. ..Call at M Moscovlch, 2nd. Hand -St'cre, 710 3rd.. Ave..3., or. 202-52 JSUPPLIES AND ALL KlfioS TRICALJ W.L. PHONE 637 ifoa OF 'ECEu. i .i.1 WORK' I kzic Co I Ave S, HENDERSON, M'ltt' AND PATEHSON, Acco.untanti, Acadia -Suildins; '3ta Ave. S., Lethbfldae. Winnipeg Medicine Hat. Everything In Accountancy, Au- dits, kept, or wrltten-up for- Flrnn and Pannerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal. Lumber, Mlnrjg, MannfacturinB. Wholesale and lletail J. J (Scot i ;