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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGK TWO THE LETimniDGE DAILY JiEBALD H E MA D C he and MAJESTIC-TONIGHT it O.JU FOR THE LAST TIME GABRIELLE D'ANNUNZIO'S ENORMOUS SPECTACLE arm for shot gun at 16 Mile Lake. Reward for return to Gil" nth st._s.______________.Jrii'l terrier dog." marked with brown spots over head. Finder return 10 1010 7th S. _22M near Sundial, one roan horse wlth'star on facn. Branded on left thlgli. 55.00 rewar.l for in- formation leading to recovery. .Mike Telesky, Sundial. Alberta._______..280-6 Maple Leaf 1'in .with the figures ,10 raised" thereon.' 'Finder please return to The Simpson Co., Ltd.__________________-'3i jj 5th St. between Stnrland and Hudson Bay Store, a small purse containing money and 101st. Bait, shoulder badge. Reward for-return to XV n fill Tim K The Ever-Popular OHM-IMPIRE GIRLS BACK AGAIN FOR ANOTHER THREE DAYS A Complete Change of Program, presenting ''Mike and Ike at Coney Island" Also Entire Change of Pictures. A Big Lau9h, A Big Scream, A Big Holler. KING BAGGOT IN A SPECIAL FEATURE NOTICE Kindly take notice Charles Carinangny, will not iTOiiuiinube for any.-'debUTincurred by my wife, .Mrs. .Annie Nelson. Charles Nelson. :Carinanstiy: "Alberta. WANTBD-Sltuatton by .ernarlenced. gas engineer. Sober.-. Industrious. Aultmun-Taylor preferred. State' par- ticulars to H. 11. Wolf, bun- lie rack wants position on threshing outfit. State wages paid. Had previous i.xperlence. Apply Hox 32, Herald. POSITION sauaratoi man for tomlng season. Five years experience and best of. roforojicps. Rumely or Case machines preferred j Apply 'to Chas. Miller, Gen. Del., ling. Alia. 331'1'. SPOKANE. WASH., PROPERTY .TO EXCHANGE FOR ALBERTA LANDS Urick buildings, choice residence properties, land for exchange. and eastern assume or pay difference on going farms. Havt- propositions for anything from 320 to i several acres. Also buyers ion crop plan. Send lull des- cription of land, including -numbers, and get quick action. Commission SttTo on exchange, 5% on sale. i THE BIG BEND LAND COMPANY U. S. A. Attention Pinkerton 231- DANIEL FROHMAN Presents Marj Pickford In Wm. H. Clifford's Great Drama -The Eternal Grind" A Wonderfully Human Story in Wh'lch Miss Pickford Appears to Greater Advantage than ever before. Eclair Journal Showing scenes in DubUn dur- the lion. SONOr-MR. .G. E.. FLEMING FRIDAY AND SATURADY "The 'Innocent Lie" What the Press Agents Say aud the Ittilia Film company have, reached the summit of gorgeousness j in great spectacles. At times one is api to be over-awed by the sheer gran- j deur of the scenes depicted, its magni- ficence almost surpassing human be- lief. "Cabiria" Is a story of the Roman wars of the third century. All the pomp and panoply of that early era are reproduced with historical ac- curacy. "Cabiria" takes its name from the central figure of the drama, a lit- tle girl in the early parts of the story on a grown woman in the glory of early womanhood, suffering the agonies and tribulations of the barbar- ism ot that age. To the student of D'Aununzio and early Roman history, the picture Is a delight and source of inspiration, whilst to the most casual observer it must appeal by its sheer spectacular effect. Among the hun- dreds ot "big scenes" wcr- "thy'of destruction of the cfty by the eruption of Mt. Etna. Hannibal's" crossing of the Alps, the storming of the fortress of Citra, and the scenes of the Temple of Moloch- Wuilst the portrayal of the .character of Cabma b> Italia Manzini is a soul- i fulVork' the outstanding figure which IKrllled-lasp night's auaiemc noa tual of the pla5S the part of the Nlimldiaii slai e The hundreds Of other characters are per- fectlv bj a wonderful cast. "Cabiria" [is decidedly well -vorth seeing, and of the gorgeous should not miss I it tonight at the Majestic. FOR SALE One Hart-Parr Gas Tractor, sev-. en plows, breaker and stubble bot- toms. Just overhauled throughout. Engine can be seen at Lethbridge Iron Works. Enquire Farmers' Lum- ber CO. for terms. Phone 516. 222-0 25c. an insertion (or'twenty-tiye words or less. Six in- sertions for the price of four. Must be paid in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED y wants positions on threshing outfit.-Apply Jox 33. Harald. 232-1 FOR FOR McUulguiin single ill cheap. ljhono 228-t nearly new. ''FOB owes and owe '1 rnm. Tarry, Dallas Farm, i.oihlirlilce Phone R 300.______________ .FOR David Hallcl.Uaby Piano In rosewood finish. For oulck sale. Mason Illsch. Ltd. PROFESSIONAL A _______ MASSAGE -IT SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K.M. Holmes eraduato ot tho Pennsylvania O'1'1' OnaodiC Institute, Medical and Gymnastics -jiei- tripal Vibratory and Therapouto Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing, Treatments given by appointment only. Kooin 1. Hull UN. FOR binder. In'USD tills season and in good shape. Apply Morris. City Stables. 229-0 FOR Two second band cars. One Overland and one Keo. Baalim "SITUATIONS VACANT 317 12tlT i__ _______ 'FOR Snap, ono cmcSan house 'B i 12, cost JS5.00. one stablo 14 x 22. lilproof, cost Both for {175.00 cash. A. E Humphries, ISO) lltli St.. South FOll Gns Tractor iui Crows' Nest, B. C. Apply Miller. Warner, Alta. McCool, props aid for Stimuli pen Rhode Island Reds, nine hens and cockerel, (lood stock, owner changing breeds. three May hatched pure bred .white Leghorn Cockerels. ;Hh 'Avenue S. FOR the Farm Nest, B. C. Apply children every day alter four o clock Apply 1412 lith AVe. S._____iuli_ at once. Ap- ply Smith Bros. Wilson, Ltd. 540 Stii St. S. Phone Iqjjl. girl to do light housework. Or.o fond of children pre- ferred. Apply 1235 Ave. S. 2Jl-t_____________________________ man to assist in j..OK rye seed, sackeu office work. No boohbeoping. Apply or m bulk Grown on Bummer-fallow Box 85 Herald. ________ 231-0 Write or phone C. S. Noble. once messenger boy. Npbleford. or.iiirougn Rura., Leth- Ap'plv Hedley Drug" Company. uiaid. Mrs. C.-AnLittle. I Rumely sop- north of C. 230-0 I aralor, feeder -and blower, IS foot general servant at weigher and beHs. Will Apply Box 34. FOR 143 sheep situate near Newgate, B. C. Apply to Box Fernie. .B. C. once. Good wages. Mrs. Alvin I 428 13th St. S._____________'JZZ2. as General Agent for Lethbridge and -vicinity; hy large Canadian Insurance Company. Old. line. Good .opportunity for the right party. Box 11. .Herald. 230-5 "CABIRIA" IS A MASSIVE EFFORT BY MASTER PRODUCERS After having witnessed ''Cabiria" at the Majestic last night one mast ad- mit that In it, Gabrielle D'Annunzlo At the Empress 'The Madcap" a universal Red Fea- ther feature, is the offering at the Empress tonight and as its name im- plies it involves a young woman whose Your Dollars Go a Long Way At Sir-irlanrt tiulj spiBiitiifl program is sched uled for tonight and tomorrow when the popular little screen favorite "Man aicl ford will appear (n latest sue cess The Fternal Grind In th's drama Miss Pickford'appears as a factory girl, who Is forced by the ill- ness of her sister to do double work n order, to eke out a meagre living. A most interesting romance runs through the story and the little factory girl 'inally finds happiness in a( country home'with green fields, flowers and all he ideals of her dreams. A splendid Eclair Journal showing scenes from the- Lusitania Memorial Parade, the Sinn-Fein Rebellion In Dublin and other items of interest will be on the In the Hands of The Belgian Relief Committee. Scores of (be ablest and highest salaried business men of i the English speaking world have given their time free, to perfect the organization and carry .on the work. Operating expenses are phenomenally low. Business methods are applied to every feature of buying, shipping aiid distributing aiid accounting for every dollar. Ihe is thit millions ol Bclgiaiib are being Jed at an average cost of aro-md S2 M fan ilv pt- u t ill' Compare that with jour oivil intat bill and yon will begin to realize what it inrans. But even this prouiion is li orly through the generous and sustained coutribi tiolb of lluusands ol i u't LanaJa has been doing nobly, as she elf Tl Minyhavcb-en rtgili b (.umg niongli to k-cil rainihes Ho v many can TOU afford to support? WbalfM-r ;ou feel 5011 c.n inur siibKrilition weekly, inonthlj.or in one lump to Local or Provincial Coitimittces, or Relief Fund 59 art of the mrt of the jealous vfoman woman cook for farm, or woman with husband for. farm work. Highest wages once to Sick Farm, Rural Uayton. 230-s taken-at once.-Herman Hlllmcr, lla- grath, Alta. 227-12 FOR SALE On crop payment; no in- terest tor 2 years, then :i20 acres fenced ready to break. All smooth No payment down. Legal description ii.y. of 11. Township 11. Range 21 U. U. Bowman, 914 W. Booue Spokane. Wash. _ __ i- FOR- Can be "aecn'at any time. Apply O. F. Ham mill, Alexandra Hotel. Lethbridge. for general house- ]_______________________________ mtothTvenuf I. A' M' once anexperienced j hand clotlims salesman. Must be first cla_ss j ln condition. Ap window dresser. to'-fa. Keel, i O. Box 563, Lethitigga- I buy 160 acres-irrteatet bicycle. Must Apply 1101 llth "V stenographs I. Coaldale district. t bo -a good education. Permanent position, i attractive .Give exact location in Jirs SinUh i.ntj Juno B. you aro sick and want to nwuln health, adjustments and set well. Consul- tation troo: Office In Malounee. 903 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Ban- ery, bours 9.30 to C; 7 to 9. Phono 1077.___________ HOSPITALS 'RIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs' Van Haarlom'8 Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. 'Sepclal rates giv- en on up'plloatlon. 12M 7th Avenur. South. Phone 740. Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communica- tions' .to Mrs. O. Thomas, 10th St. South.' DECORATING___________ Uccorat' -Paparhahgars and Pnlntep; Kiilsomlnin'g.S .''General Decorating- Sign'Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In ottico phone'17534 Sherlock Bids... Lfrth- brlilKe: Altai H GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 8th Street LetllbriilBe. Hours: Day School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 pm Office open till 5 p.m.: Night School. -Monday and Thursday enings. 7.30 to 1J.30. Courses in book- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business .phone Ulo. idence phone MEDICAL DR. W. QALBRAITH Puyplclui Burgeon.' Accouchor. Hours -OflloeHU, Third Puouo 1208. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY 80N--Offlc'e, 109 Telephones: Office '318; Residence 019. Office hours: 11 'to .18 a. to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. H. B. C. THOMSON, B.A, Blcian, Surgeon. Aocoucher. 1324 4th Avenue North." to 4; 7 to 8. Ptbne 470. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College ot'Dental Surgeon! Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Doiital Giittticats, Orflcs: Uaom" e and 0, Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DP.. L. T. (Buccosaoe to Dra. Courtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and'9', Macdonaid Block. 11C6. DRS. MARRS MARKS SuccosBora to Drs. Stewart and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office; Hlf- inbotham Block. Phone. 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College ot Sureooni. lEup. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians I..D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: HiEiubotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Bmbalnor; also agent lor the Somervtlle Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo-' slte Court House. Phone 561. eldcnco 284 7th Avo. a.. 117S, Open day and night KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL F3r Girls and young Boys, Cmnbrook. B C." prepared for exi'.mln- atibns French-taught "by Parlslenne, Excellent'Music, Dancing and Diaw- ing; also Dressmaking, Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping. Com- -fo'rtablfl home. Write for prospectus to- Miss Charington, Headmistress. PUBLIC" STENOGRAPHY Special attention given to work from local firms Will arrange on monthly has- is Board of Trade office, Gait Gar- dens. Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 216-0 LOAN' Anniy Box 37. Herald. reply. Apply tsos 22, eight WANTED At once young man as _ __ general' assistant in meat and provis- WANTED TO REN'T House of ion Must be used to hordes and j or njne r0oms in first class conditioc. have knowledge of meat business. W. 11. Glasgow. Commerce, Alts. Phone j Reply Box 85 post office. 204-0 MONEY TO improved farm or city property. Apply W. A Leavitt, sihone 517, Suite 8, Stafford block. Th'o modern method of uniting metals bv'heating without hammering or compression. It it's metal we can weld it Tho piece will be strongest where' it ia welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 6th Street South, neit to Herald. 40-0 S Y ft Funeral 'Director. 803 3rd: Avenue South. Phono 1802. Open night and day. MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Planolort. Playing and Theory. Supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mil-' London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were succeasf. Studle 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio f unequipped1 with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, BOOu- latlng board, etc. Studio Ave. A. South. A middle i >v TO aged wopian for housekeeper. Apply i _ Vnrnia bltween-'slx and eight O'clock in the j LET-I. u.rnis evening at 606 othAve. aouth. MM Arojr Central 232-2 evening at 606 5th Ave. soutn. i -i-i-v......__----- 230-0 ..and Fprgings welded and reinforced, "we conduct Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop.'l26B 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills- R Bosnert, Box 363, l'38-O Schweitzer, Prop. LAND FOR SALE FARM-LANDS FOR SALE-Bast nait ot section 1WO-22, West, of the 4th M. Across "road allowance from Chlnoon allow purchaser commisiion. For terms apply to W. C. Simmons 2101 10th Street W., 217-1- V.-Gibbons fcCo., Balmor nishiM rooms. Can be ujt for '--light housekeeping; >vith mWdSrn iconvenlences. A1S) .fniitcrnify cases taken in at reasonable rates. Ap- ply 203 5th Ave. S. Phone LAND FDR Stock ranches anc unimproved land s40 acres up to H.OOOiacre blocks. Price _J5.ol I per same prosraui. Fie sing. __ At the'Orplieum The Empire Girls again held up their standard reputation by putting on their best bill of the season last night to a large and more than pleased audience. The bill was one of Koeb and Dill's latest 'Frisco successes, and is a hummer all the way .through. If "on want to chase away the gloom don't miss this bill. Gavjn and Mur- phy are real gloom killers, and keep the audience in a continued scream. This is your last chance to see the Empire Girls. -The motion pictures are superb. King Bagot in a big fea- ture. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. N. Fralghc PHONES: Offlct e on tne H.OOacre o. _. ing -Hi acre to-5U.CO; Improved -farms tlO.OO per acre to 535.00. Irrigated farm from S40.00 per acre. N, B. Peat Co.. TO M 4N BREAKING will give title to quarter adjoining on Foremost line. Also have.half section Carmangay district west. All-improv- ed. Crop payment. Price per acre. P. O. Box 173. to come to Al- berta Will exchanse fine sec. 1 mile from Bowman, N. p., county inhabitants'. Water works, electric lights and J60.000 Main line .Milwaukee R. R. All level plow land.. Best ot soil, fine corn and atock country. Also all grains. aO acres plowed. New house 14x24.. 12 hiohi. Prefer land in Lethbridge dlstrictT'Cash price per acre. Owner Box 542, WANTED! CROWN TOP BEER BOTTLES At 30e deten for Plnlt. At 50c doien for Qiiarlii And We Pay Freight from Destination. Lethbridge Brewing Mating (Jo. Ill McDonald BlocK. 229-12 ilnds of goods. Rates reasonable. Sallnders-Hay Grain Co., 1221 2nd Ave. S., phone 732._______ 229-0 TO eight roomed house in choice residential district, Tip.iiifllne earfts-e and furniture. House IsBlesantiy-furnished with J900 piano and other furniture in keeping. Ren- tal 540 per month for five umntlia from November 1st. W. F. Nylson 5th St. SJTelejihone 1214. _ lit, that beautiful modern bungalow. No. 5 strathcona 2ourt. Every convenience. Apply to P. W. Downer, Victoria Mansions or to The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia phone E TO north of McKIllop Grocsry. Vacant Sept. loth. Reasonable rent. Apply to j. S. Kirkham, phones 1030 or 573. LAND FOR per acre for quick sale" buys half section land near Foremost: Good well. This .is A 1 land, short haul. Best snap a farm buyer will ever get. Enquire at 4iO 8th St. 229-12 Your opportunity, 160 acres fenced, Iron Springs district. 75 acres under cultivation. Price per .acre on terras. Worth ?20 per acre. Present tenant will rent for 5-years, one-third crop to Owner. Will crop 60 acres next year. This for Immediate Sale only. Quarter section raw fenced, 3 miles from above per acre, terms. Apply W. M. Oillelan, 1222 3rd Ave. South. 23M WHY British Columbia. 320 acie lake with splendid view of-mountains Mixed farming, chiefly grain. Good climate and failure unknown. All nec- essary buildings, machinery .and'fitocV A good money maker that age- -and falling -health compel leaving. -Bart balance terms. !'J. P. Curry-; Brigade L-ake, via B. C THE LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF-MUSIC Re-opena )on, Tuesday, September eth. Instruction given in all branches of Special classes for violin, mandolin, banjo, gultiir and other small Instruments. ...Certified teaohers. European and Canadian examiners, rerrns moderate. Phono 765. 306-20 SHOE 1717 lor your' shOft' .-repairs. Work done firi'mptlv.' Orders called for and TUHaa Kll.. 4fh H. McG. YOUNG, Mue. Bac., A.D.C.O. voice, piano and theory, Normal cources. Boston, Mass., Technique-clavier and tables "used iar iiiind culture In'primary-Valid j.mlor grades. Stlldents advanced for jmislc exams Hf dosired. A; lim- ited' amount of teaching done, at yiipira -.-csidenCe. Studio room 1. Al- berta Loan Investment Dunning, 5th St S.. first door south ol'.. Or- pheum Theatre on.'and after Sept. 1st Residence Y.M.C.A. 216-0 deiivered. v Avenue South. Miles. PIANO a G H CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER -Vwer-Piano'-and- Organ Repairer; 20 vears' factory experience. Hon- Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 116S. 1253 6fh South. DYEING AND CLEANING TO Suite In Kilk- nam block. Living roonv room, hath room, kitchen. Apply 2, Kirkham block, or to J. S. Kirkham, phones 1030 or .573. ed house. Situated within half block from car line. Barn at rear. Suitable for stable or garage. Will be available for use on loth inst.-Rent cheap. Ap- ply phone 1577 or Crystal Dairy offjce on 5th Ave. A. TO Victoria Mansions on September. large furnished flat on ground'floor with' front" en trance and verandah on' Third Ave. S. No children. Can ho viewed once Apply to Mansions1 office. Phone 230-0 ,u Wily modern rufnltiire atore. equipped with double deck and repair shop. Centrally located in the '.....IbeSs Lethbridge. 'Splen- 'toientitg- for" 'lilV to 'date' furniture There" i" Voiily' OUR othe'r fiirni- Uure st-iru in city. I'opulatioii-oi Leth' bridge Is and in addition 'to this there is .a large country trade. 'Apply W. F. Nelson Company, 416 Stfi St. S., Lethbridge, phone 1214. Wild land on my rancn I grow -peaches, pears, cherries, plums." apricots, apples, cantaloupes, raspberries, strawberries. Near mar- ket and' station. Ashley Cooper, wynndel, B C FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes in car lots or less See us before buying or sell- ing. Established ten years. We are in touch with the best markets. F O llrf f Co., Phone 1244. till (I fV THE in FrcncS Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every, piecejof work at Its best Only the most scientific 'methods applied without injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. 1'hone 1S1J 3i4 'Elxth .Street; South. GUNSMITHS 4 barrels straightened, guns restock- ed' !pin-wcrk doho by a gunimith., keys madcr repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any IlKht machinery ropairtd, lawn mowers sharpened.. D. E. McDonald. Indian 'iMotdf'cycis'-Age'nt, Phone LEO M. of the Art of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated teacher of the New. York School of Music and Arts, New-York, and Seigel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago. Also.preparation adian examinations. Free voice trial. Studio Room 1, Lethbridge Consen- atory of Music. Phone 786. -Resi- dence phone 1242.> AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers, in- tending selling their farm stock and implements, It will be to your la- terest to consult ma'as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. 6th Ave. North, Lethbridge. ELE .offers complete course ih Railway and Commercial Telegraphy. Special rates for return- 'ed Boldiera. For full information ap- .plj'.ta.F. 101H1 101st St.. Edmbiilon. 220-20 WANTED TO PURCHASE FRANK and .valuator. Sales of all kinds con- ducted In town or Province. Best results guaranteed. Established; In Lethbridge 1307. Office 414 Fourth Avenue S. FARM PRODUCTS, WHOLESALE HAY, Z04 SHERLOCK BLDO, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD 366. Accountant's residence 1763. Inspectors at Lothbridge, Coaldale. Raymond and .M.agrath. All hay paid for in fuliwheh loaded. No come- backs Eventually you will .kick yourself for not selling your hay to'us. Why not nowJ WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything 'for sale. I will pay cash for second-hand goods of imy kir-d: load, old. rubbers, ch'oVsVfiiiloltlres; Worse halrl Call ai Stcro, 716 3rdr phone 1457. .ELECTRICAL (SUPPLIES AND Att wr TRICAL WORK VV.L MclieiHsie A; Co PHON6 718 3rd Aye. S. HENDERSON. RElO AND- PATERSON. Chartered AccountanU, Ac.dia Building, 3rd Avl. Lethbrlilge. Winnipeg Hit Everything In Accountancy, An. illls, Investigations, Books kept.. or wrltten-up for Partnerships. and SPECIALTIES Municinal', Lumber. Hlmpr, Maiiufactiirinz. .Wholesale ana Uotall Accounting: Resident Partner, ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;