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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBIUDGE HIM ALP ORPHEUM TONIGHT ONLY UNEQUALLED Herbert Lloyd Co. S PEOPLE S In "Peaches in A Big Girl Act Wllh G.orgeoiis ccslumes and Special 'Scenery. Tills act is worth ilit' price of admission alone. 4-Rennees-4 -V Siniring Scenic Spectacle fii- iilled -7' Countries in 20 minutes. This is positively a guaranteed attraction. PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA Pictures 7.30. Vaudeville 9.00 K. Prices only-35c i rttiic rriMFDY "ACH! SUCH CRIMES" SPECIAL P.ROGRAM TONIGHT, VITAORAPH BEAUTIFUL DRAMATIC1 STAR- Waikcr in DANE'S AND "BITTER SWEET" 1- HEtL DHAMA Daniel Frohman Prsaanta Mary Pickl'ord in V, line MAJESTIC-TONIGHT Tomorrow Night Curtain sharp POSITIVELY THE ONLY ENGAGEMENT HERE OF GABRIELLE D'ANNUNZIO'S 'CABIRIA' THE MOST AND COSTLY SPECTACLE OF ALL TIMES. PROFESSIONAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmee Kradlmlo of tho Pennsylvania Drill- opaedlc Inntllulo, -Medical Unssnpo and Gymnastics Elec- trical Vibratory nnd Therapeutic IJBlit Treatments, ElcctrolyslE ana Shampooing. TroulmenlB given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull Urn. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH Smith and .luno 11. you aro sick nl.d want lo regain health, take ipiuul adjustments and Bet well. Consul- iutlcn free. Office in residence. 303 Tin Ave. S., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 3.30 lo 1 to a. Phono 1R77. '146-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS This wonderful spcclnclc re- ceived Us piTiniere in the (Jrand -Openi House in Home and was presented in (he lirxl class theatres in England. Italy and France. VCABIRIA" RAN FIVE WEEKS IN TOR. ONTO AND PLAYED TWO WEEKS AT PRINCESS THEATRE, MONTREAL, AT PRICES RANGING FROM 25c to 51.50, THE PREVAILING PRICE IN ALL EASTERN THEATRES. Prices Here: 75c 50c 25c Children 25c SEATS AT HEDLEY'S TILL 7.00 p.m. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA Was the first picture for which an admission (trice of was paid. RAN 9 MONTHS AT THE.KNICKERBOCK- ER THEATRE, NEW YORK, 6 MONTHS AT THE ILLINOIS THEATRE. CHICAGO, 5 MONTHS AT GAYETY THEATRE SAN FRANCISCO, 4 MONTHS IN PHILADEL- PHIA. 5 MONTHS IN BOSTON AND LONG RUNS IN EVERY BIG CITY IN AMERICA. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Von Haarlem's Prirnlci Hospital and I Maternity Ilomo. Sepclal rates giv- en on nn'pllcatlon. Soiitu. Phone H 1224-lib Avenuo What the Press Agents Say At The MME. A In Her Latest Success Playing with Fire A Metro Wonderplay in Five Great Acts at the FMPRESQ TONIGHT A mosi entertaining and enjoyable vaudeville program is being offered lo- n at Hie Orpheum. It is composed of every tiling connected wllh the world. Herbert Lloyd and his company of merrymakers present a most diverting number, entitled "Peacbes in which gives Mr. Lloyd ample oppor- tunily 10 display his versatility to j great advantage. The peaches are a I lot or pretty, vivacious girls, who sing and dance very acceptably. The cos- tuming is beautiful, and ihe comedy st-Teams are plentiful. The Four a qiiariei of preiiy girls, offer a singing, scenic is very interesting. The scenic inves- titure of this ai-t is worthy of special mention. A comedy picture rounds out a :mos'_ entertaining vaudeville bill that is in- iicr.esling trom slarl lo'tinish. i Two of the acts did not arrive, bin ihe other two acts provide twelve clev- j er people and the crowd will get a I good program. On account of [he fail- ure of the two acts to arrive the price of admission has heen reduced to 35c. The pictures will start at 7.30 and the vaudeville at 9 o'clock sharp. spectacle, Countries entitled "Through Five n Twenty "which At StiU' Lillian Walker, tue splendid drama- lie star- of legitimate stage." will appear in Lelbbridge for the first time umighc, at Starland. in the magnifi- cent photo-play, ".Mrs. Dane's Danger." a splendid Vltagraph feature in' four reels, and also in a single reel drama of great Miss motion pic- ture vprlil marks an epoch in the screen yvorld. She Is undoubtedly one of the foremost stars ot the day, and patrons are assured o! a program of rare merit tonight and tomorrow. Heine and Louie the funny men. will bi: seen again in a side-splitting com- cily "Acli! Such Crimes." On Wednesday and Thursday Mary Pickford. the popular little screen star, will appear in her lalest'snccess. "The Kternal Grind." Al the Empress Mme. Petrova, the gitlcJ Metro star, will he seen the stellar role of -Playing With a five pnn won- ilcrplay produced here at the Empress theatre, tonight. The story is one of the best ever provided for Mme. Pelrova. and "was written especially for her, to fit her unusual and peculiar Chants. Mme. Poll-ova is surrounded by au excep- sh-nng (iasL including Arthur Hoops" Evelyn Brent, Pierre LV May. Catherine Calhoun and Philips Hahn. Tlier.e arc many interesting glimpsea of studio life In New York in u. story of inlenae and gripping situations. At (lie Majestic "CABIHIA" AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT Gabrielle IVAnmmzio's colossal spec- lacle "Cabirio" will be Ibe attraction at the .Majestic theatre tonight and to- morrow (Tuesday) night, the perform- ances commencing each evening at S.30 sharp. Two hours and B half lire required for the complete presentation of the production. "Cablria" has been hailed everywhere as the master'work in phoioilrama, assertions being made byi critics lhat nothing to compare it for sheer spectacular effect has ever been made. An enormous cast, thousands of horses, acres oi special constructed scenic effects, thousands of wonderful and gorgeous costumes, and a myriad thrills go to make "Ca- birla" tbe world's greatest picture. All seats will be at Heilley's until seven o'clock, tonight. Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. 0. Thomas, Oxa 10th St. Sotilli. 219-20 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangors and Paluter3; Knlaomlning, General Decorating ond Sign Writing. Estimates Eivon. The oldest established Palulora In LetlibridBo. Res. Phoae 1472; offlco phone nr.3, Kborlook Bide.. Leth- brlilse, Alia. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 111 Sth Streul S., Hours: Dav Schnol, 3-12 a.m. .and i.30 to 4 p.m.. Office open till i> p.m.; NifLl School, Monday and Thursday enings, 7 30 10 9.HO. Courses in ucnk- keeping, stenography, and praclicai English. Unsineas phone 131a. Has- iilLMicc phone ISIO. --S-Q KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL Girls and young Boys, Cranbrook. B. C. prepared for examln- allona. French lausht by Parlsienne, Excellent .Music, Dancing and Dl aw- ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand, Typewriting and llookkoeping, Com- fortnble homo. Write for prospectus to .Miss Charington, Headmistress. PUBLIC attention given to work from local firms. Will arrange on monthly bas- is. Board ot Trade office, Ualt Garr deus Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. .lilfi-O MONEY TO LOAN Classified Ads 25c. an insertion for twenty-live words or less. Six in- sertions for Ihe price of four. Musi be paid in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED wants position -coot for threshing outfit. Had prev- .ioug experience. Apply -Cross. General delivery. SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS VACANT MISCELLANEOUS WANTS middle WANTED Two furnished housekeep- aged womaii for Apply ing rooms, or small furnished cottage, between sii and eight o'clock in the near Henderson Park car line.Apply eveuiiis at 60b South. J303 Bos 41 Herald. 23i'-S WANTED At oUce an. experienced WANTED TO House o[ eight baker Apply The Model Bakery, N. J- or nine rooms in first class condition. Schweitzer; Prop. '230-0 I Centrally located. Carcf.-l tenants. Replv Box 85 post office.. <.04-0 FOR SALE-Miscellaneou, FOR SALE McLaughlm.slngle buggy nearly new. Will sell -cneap. Phone 1003, Frache Bros. 229 6 or longer. Mrs. C. W. Fisher, phone 1S76 or 494. House 531) 9th 22G-G with SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your 'shoe repairs. Work doM oromptiy.1 Orders called for and deHvered. Frank Mile.. 611 Uh Avenue SpuUi. Apply 317 12lh Si ___ and ewe lambs. TO 1 ram. Tarry. Dallas Farm, Lethbridge. TEAMSTER Musi oe good with horses and willing to make himself generally useful. Steady job. FOR One David a Ballet. Baby Man and wife will cook TO Two roomed shack Grand Piano in rosewood finish. For Apply Box 12. Herald. .for large threshing crew. Eiperienced. forms lo have names put on may also All fenced in. Apply quick sale, Mason State highest wages Aye. TV., Calgary- Apply Hedley Drug Company. TO furnished bedrooms. A maid. Mrs. C. A. Little, experienced Hart-Parr or ladles or gentlemen. Mod use this season and in good shape. Ply 203 5thAve. S. Phone nne sblo4 22. Voters' List City ol The Voters' List for the City of Leihbridge is now on view at the City Clerk's Office, also at Ihe following places: The Cily Assessor's Office., The store occupied by J. A. John- ston 13lh Street North, and on appli- cation to H. Secretory Trades and Labor Council; Where applicalion MONEY TO improved faron ur city property. Apply W. A: LeaviLt, phone 517, Suite 8, Slafford block. 217-0 WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Tho modern method of uniting metals by "healing without hammering or compression. It It's metal we can wela It. Tho piece will be atrongeal where it m welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 6lti Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 MEDICAL DR. W. S. Phyillclu 'Accouohor. Hours p.m. Ortlco 911 Tlilrcl Phono 1203. DR3. CONNOR, McMALLY A JAMIE- Offlco, 109 HhuMock Blcok. Tolcphouea: Office C19. Offlco hours: 11 to 12 a, 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to B p.m. R. B. 0. THOMSON, O.A, slclan. Surgeon, Accoucher. 1324 4th Avenue North Houri 1 to 4; 7 to 3. Phoiw 476. DENTAL Oil. M, J. craduata of Royal ColleKo of Dontal Surceons Toronto, and holder of a Domiiilan Denial Certificate. Office: Room! 6 dud S, Bryan IJIo'jk. Phone 1071. UR. L. T, (nucreaaor to Drs. Courtlce uate Unlveralty of Maryland. Hoomi 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 1105. Lethbrldge, Alia. DRS. MARRE ind Dra. Stowart and Mo- Cluro. Mourn: 9 to E. Office. Hlf- lulioloam Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. mom- her p! Royal Collage ol Surgeons.1 (Eng. Licentiate Koyal College ol Physicians L.D.3.' '1900. Hours: Office: Higlubotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetlerly Leading Funeral Director and Embalwer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Gran- He Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 661. Ra- sidonce 284 7th Avo. S., Phone 1178. Open day au'd ulshL 8. Y. .ft Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open nlsnt and day. MU9IC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, PlanoTorta Playing and Theory. Supervision of H C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of Ihe Royal' Academy and Royal College of Mu-, sic, London, Eng- Tils year 100 per cent, were successfv.'.. ti23 9th slroet south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher or Piano, Harmony and Theory.' Over ten years' teaching experlenca. Studio fully equipped wllh black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lallng board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ava. A. South. and' Forging! welded.nnd reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop 12GG 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 309. 1D6-0 FAH1I LANDS .of section 11-10-22, West of the 4th 31. Across road allowance from Chinook Canadian Insurance Company Old" line. Good opportunity for the rlghL party. Boi 11, Herald. 230-C -Collieries. Price per acre. Will woman cook for farm. Callow .purchaser commission. For or womaii with husband for farm "terms apply to W. Simmons. 2101 work. Highest wages paid. Apply ai 10th Street W.. Calgary. 217-12 once 10 Sick Farm. Rural Phone, New hip roof, cost BoiL for I FOR space for r all cash A. E Kumphriss, 120 llth St., kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Soutn 187-0 Saunders Hay Grain Co., 12J1 2nd 'LAND FOR SALE Well Improved laras large or small tracts, to Ji B JinTicB-n.-nrL- Xfi FOR IMMEDIATE 19 and 20, Block 154, 13th Street N. Adjoining Methodist church. Will take 5500 for j pair. cash, balance to suit. Apply per acre small cash -i t' ,ald. olock. I pall f.otl lelau, uniuuvc 1 to assist in general BQJ 47_ housework. No cookinii or washing. in, gooil home FOR Caravan, Must beond of _ %0 -MAN BREAKING SECTIUX- j WANTED-Young woman lo lean. (.will give title to quarter adjoining on sman errand i foremost line. Also have naif section Fred Thmelli 3rd Ave s 225-G I lieat, 1.200 inhabitants. Water works, felectric lights and ICO.OOO high acliool. I once ai Milwaukee R. R. All level Plolnrng salesman n experlebced t be first dags Best of ysoil, fine corn and window dresser Apply to L. Keel. country. Also .all 50 bicres, plowed. Mew house 12 high. Prefer land in Leihbridge fhiatrict: Cash price ?35.00. per acre. Bos 542, Bowman, N-D- 323-G ALAND FOR per acre for jiuick sale buys half seclion land near (foremost. Good well. This is A 1 land. Jihort haul. Best snap a fami buyer ever get. Enquire at 416 8lh St. iSoutb. 3ZW2 _y Your 160 acres fenced., Springs district. 75 acres under litulUValion. Price ill per acre on jlierma. Worth ?20 per acre. Preseiit will rent for fi-years, one-third P. O. Box '503.' Lethbridge. 228-0 general servant. _ .Small family. Call mornings before 10 Nobletord. or tarough Rum., Comfortable travelling hnme for sportsman, enenp- herder. homesteader. Ideal cook car for Ihreshlng outfil- Storm, rroat and ir.- sect proof. One heavy hoi-su or light team handles it anywhere. Apply -.04 Thirteenth St. North. 228-0 TOR the Farm FOR sheep situate near Newgate, B. C. Apply to P.O. Bci 407, Fernle, B. C. o'clock or evenings from R lo 8 o'clock. 12S9 Fifth Ave. South. Phone 1162. once. Three men to: Fire Department. Apply lo Chie Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall. 2224) l-'OR Winter rye seed, sacked cr in bulk Giown on Bummer-fallow land. Write or plione C. S. Noble, Lelh- 206-0 liridgc. KOK 36x60 Rlimeiy sep- arator, feeder and blower, 18 foot f weigher and belts. Will sell cheap If f taken at once. Herman Hlllmer. 31a- D erath, Alia. ________227-12 stenographer wllh good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, Herald. 213-0 once joung man general assistant In meat and provis- j ion store. Must be used to horses and have knowledge of meat business. W. M.'Glasgow, 'Commerce, Alia. Phone U) owner. AVI'l rj-ob GO acres 'next Jar. for Immediate sale "only, j "Slier, section laini. fenced. :J I or girl to assist with housework on farm for two FOR SALE On crop payment, no In- terest for 2 years, fenced ready to break. All smooth. No payment down. Legal description, N i.i of 13. Township 11, Range. 21. Address C. fl. Bowman, 914 W. Boone, Spokane, Wash. 227-12 J. HUSSELib OLIVEH, Acting City Clerk. Notice to Claimants and Saunders Hay Ave. S., phone 732.___________329-0 fO eight 'roomed 1 f Vpflifwrs house In choice residential district. I VIMUUM n. including garage and furniture: House In the matter of the eatate of Frank William Cline, late of Great Falls, In the State of Montana, One of the United States of America, Musician, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named Frank Wil- is elegantly furnished with 8900 piano and other furniture in keening. Ren- tal ?40 per mouth for five months from. November 1st. W. F. Nelson'fe Co., 41G 5th St. S. Telephone _ TO 1st, that beautiful modern .bungalow, No. 5 Stralhcona Court. Every convenience. Apply to nam Cline who died on the 2Gth day of F. W. Downer, Victoria or j A.D. 191G, are required to. file to The C. B. Bowman [ne TruutH and Guarantee Comp- BldB, phone J325. any Limited, Calgary, Alberta, by Ihe STORE 8th St. ' 16th day of October, A.D. 1916, a full north ot McKIHop Grocery. Vacant I statement duly verified of their clnims Sept lath. Reasonable rent. Apply to and of any security held by them, aud e' S Klrkham, phones 1030 or 573. after lhat dale the administrator will 228-t ham block. Living room, bed room, bath room, kitchen. Apply Iloom '2, Klrkham block, or lo .1. S. Klrkham, phones 1030 or 573. "228-6 TO modern eight room- ed house. Sltuaied within half block from car line. Barn at rear. Suitable for stable or garage. Will be available for nee on 15th inst. Rent cheap. Ap- ply phone Inll or.CryslQl Dairy office ori 5i.h Aye. A. LOST AND iSvpply. 'B from above ?12 per acre, terms. 1 ly, W. M. Qlllelan, 1222 3rd Avp. 230-C FRUIT LANDS SALE Wild land on my ranch. 1': I sron" peaches, pears, cherries, pluras, apricoie, apples, cantaloupes, a'- raspberries, strawberries. Near mar kel and sUtlon. C. Aihley Cooper. months. Wages S25.01I per month. Phone 1899 or apply 1110 3rd Ave, S.. terrier dog. marked with brown spots over head, Finder rtlurn 7th Ave- Itewnrd. 228-6 TO modern furniture store, equipped with double dock and repair shop. Centrally located in the buslncna dlylricl of Leihbridge. Splen- did opening for up to date furniture it-jre. There i r.only nno ether furnl- tlitra atore in cily. Population of Leth- thls there is a large country trade. Apply W. E. Nelson fe Company, 41B oth SI, S., Lethbridge, phone 1214. distribute the UK it; La of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard 'only to the cla'ma of which notices has been ao riled or of which have been brought to their knowledge. Dated this 28th day of August, A.D. 1916. II. Oatlund, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitor for the Administrator. Approved for three Insertions in the L-ethbrldge Dally Herald. N. (Signed) J. A. JackBon, FOR SALE One Hart'Parr Gas Tractor, Sev- an plowi, breaker and stubble bot- tomi. Just overhauled throughput. Engine can tie at Letndridne Iron WofKi. Enquire Farmers' Lum- ber Co. for terms. Phone 516. 222-0 THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Re-opens on Tuesday, 5lh: Ir.structlon given in all branches1-; of music. Special classes for mandolin, banjo, guitar ana other' small Instruments; Certified teachers. European and Canadian examiners.' Terms moderale. Phons 766. 20G-2C H. McG. YOUNG, Mus. Bac., A.D.C.O. voice, plano-and 'theory. Normal' Technique-clavier nnd tallies used fur linnd culturo In primary -and j.mior grades. Studonts advanced for mimic exams if desired. A. lim- ited amount of teaching dona at .i.iinM'j -esidGU'je. Studio room 1, Al- berta Loan 4 Investment Duilding, 3th St. S., first door aouth of.Or- pheum Theatre on and after .Sept. 1st. Residence Y.J1-C.A. 2IG-0 LEO M. of of Singly. Theory and Planororta- Afflllated teacher tlio New Jork School of MUBIO and Arts, New York, and Selgel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago. Also preparation .Can- adian examinations. Free voice.trial. Studio Room 1, LethbridBe atory of -Jlusic. P-hone 765. Resi- dence phone 1242. S25-0 1233 Sth A. South. DYEING AND CLEANING THE In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out everyjpiece of work at its besL Only the- most; scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our work Is sure to pleuue -you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1S1- 324 Sixth Street Soulh. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels- straightened, guns resloclt- ed, gun work done by n gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery! repaired, lawn mowerc sharpened.' D. E. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, -107 Gth St.-a, 132.0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and-Clly Licensed Auctioneer. Farmera: In- tending Belling their farm stock and Implements, It will be to jour In- tercbt to consult me as to termSj etc. Write or phone 1025. 5th Ave. Lethbridge. FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds-con- ducted in town or Province. Best results guaranteed. in LethbridBe 1007. 41J Fourth Avenue S. TELEGRAPHY TELEGRAPHY Alberta College North' offers ;-CDinnleto coui-Ee'rlh Railway ind Commercial Telegraphy. Special rates for return- ed soldiers. For full .Information ap- ply to F.'S. lIcCliill. 10041 101st St Edmopton. TO PURCHASE WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anytliing for sale. I will pay cnsii for (TOdds uf liny Junk, old rubbers. Bhoes. Hree, .horse hair. Call at M Mnscovlclj, 2nd Hand, 71G 3rd. Ave. B., or plione 1467. 202-62 FARM PRODUCTS, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDO, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD 3GB. residence. 1763. Inspectors at Coaldale. Raymond and Magrath. All hay pall for In lull when loaded. No.cdmf backfj. Eventually wUluklch yoursoir- for not JB..Why not City. top set o'f false teeth.. FARM PRODUCE 'Owner can recover same by calling at Highest Cash Prices uald for Hay. ijj Grain and Potatoes In car less. Sec us before inlying ur ncil-i-- Ing. Established ten years. We are In touch with Die neat markets. F' O. Hyde ft Co., Phone 1244. 8S9-0 NOTICE Ave. Hardleyllle. "2'8 '1 Kindly take notice tlisl I, Charles I________________. Nelson, o( (Jarmangay, Alia will not near Sundial, one be responsllbe for nuy debln' roan horse with slar on face. .Branded by-my wife, Mrs. Annie Nelson. iA on left thtgh. S5.01) rewar.l for in- Charles Nelson. I rnrrnatloi) leading lo recovery. Mike 226-a Carmangay, Alberta. I Telcs'ky, Sundial, Alberla. Money to Loan W. F. NELSOhi i CO., Alberta Block, Lathbridfe, Alberta THiCAL- WORK W.L. 718 3rd Ave S. AND Chartered :AMpuntaMa, Acadia Winnipeg and Everything In Aqcounlancyt or tor Flrnsi Panncrslilps. LX-ti.- 'Municipal, Manlllacturln; artfl Hetall Accounting. ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATEHBON, Chartered Accountant ;