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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBUIPGE .TJ.AIJL.Y HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER MARGUERITE SNOW AT WEEK Marguerite. Snow, ns tho Countess Olga, smilluK, insinuating, directing tho hand of "Tlio Black in i the eighth episode of "Tho Million Dot lor Starlaud theatre next Wednesday and Thursday, .portrays with uuusual'-vlvldness iho-crutity 01' NOVEL FEATURE AAT ,vomau to __ j'.'THE OLD' 'CURIOSITY SHOP" By courtesy of the niarasement 01, _______ Starland Theatre, Lethbrldgo Typo-, pamOUS story Produced In a graphical Union Xo. 511, will bo per- Five-Part Picture at Bijou Tonight lu some cases we may son Dickens to better advantage than wo can rood him, and no pains have been spared to make the leading characters of ''The Old Curiosity Shop" so real that we almost feel them. Mice attention to settings, .1 costumes, to an infinity nffc-ru an atmosphere of mltted to eshibit a series of picture slides, illustrating life at the Union Printers' Home, Colorado Springs, Colo the convalescent home and san- lia-ium maintained hy tho interna- tional Typographical Vnlon for its sick members. The pictures are reported to be exceptionally line, and wll of doubtless add to the merits other that of supporting the programm e offered at this house of features. The slides will b exhibited this evening and tomorroi felicity with which thc-y are presented records a historical per- offers strong contrast with pre- _______________ jsent conditions and stimulates pb.ll- osophic.il reflection upon their sigulti- "ANTONY AMD CLEOPATRA" i cance. From a purely impressionist AT THE EMPRESS 'point of view. I could fee! the helpless _____ plight of the pure-minded Little Nell "Antony and Cleopatra." a masnifi-1 in her pitiful struggle against tin two-part feature, has been secur- hvrctched greed ot' every one she the management of the Empress including the only one to whom sbe lor today aud Saturday. The story of ,.ouij turn, her last and only friend, Antony's love for the beautiful Cleo- patra, is too we'll kncfwn to need repe- tition, but the manner tn which tins latest production from the Paths Etadlos Is staged is worthy of com- ment Pathe Freres have always been masters of specracularism.'and in "Ar tony and Cleopatra" 'have excella id themselves. In addition to the above some comedy thai is really comedy has been secured, and when Flora. Finch has a had in a Yitagraph com- edy lots of fun is assured. The "Week- ly" is unusually interesting and will be included .In the programme for this wteS-enfi. Stanley Jan-is will sins "The Veteran's and lovers of good music will be pleased to hear that an orchestra, with Miss MCFee as spio violinist, has been engaged per- manently, and will reader selections at each performance. her grandfather. Opposed to' her sweetness and delicate sensibilities, was a lust for money made hideous in Quiip, made amusing in others, made tragic grandfather, her gambling-mad "MONTMAGNY" SUNK Government Boat Collides With Col- lier in St. Lawrence Rlv-er Quebec, Que., Sept. Canad- ian government steamer Montmagny was sunk in the St. Lawrence River, 26 miles from Quebec at five o'clock this morning, in collision -with the Do- minion coal steamer Lingan in. a log. One of the lilontmagsy's complement of 20 men, believed to be either th? captain or the first mate, is missing. All others were saved. We have made a special rate to all new sub- scribers liviv of-the citjvand will send THE L.' xBEIDGE HEEALD To Any Address from now until Dec. 31st, 1914, for Eegnlar.Yearly 3.00 All subscriptions will start the same day as received. The Daily Herald I enclose. 75c for -which please send The Daily Herald until December ,31st neit Name Address...................... SEND MONEY BY REGIS-' TERED MAIL OR POST OF LETHBRID6E ALBERTA NOTICE TO OES AM) OTHEKS Notice Is hereby given, liiat Creditors of the North L-sthbridgo Co- operative Society, Limited, ers having claims'thereon ttre-'roqulr-; cd to. send In their, claims tqgoth.er with full particulars thereof aad' the nature uuil amount of tho security (if any) .hejd by them resncotlyoly, .with the valuation tile nanies and addresses or their respective So- Hcifors (If any) tn tho undersigned, at Calgary, Alberta, postage prepal on or before the 15th day of Octobe A.D. 1914. after which date tho Una dator proceed to distribute th assets of the Company or anv pa thereof amongat tho parties entitle thereto having regard only to th claims of which it shall then hav notice. Tho Judge in Chamber will on tho 26th day of October, 191 lit 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon at th Supreme Court Chambers iu the Cour House in the City of Calgary, hear th report of the Liquidator upon th claims of-Creditors submitted to then pursuant to this Notice and let a! parties then attend. Dated this 14th day of Seotcmber A.D. ISl-t. THE CANADIAN CREDIT MEN'S TRUST ASSOCIATION, UMITEt. LiQuiuator Calgary, Alta., Sept 14th, P. H. FREEZE, Secretary-Treasurer Ad. No. 201. The ad. -I'll you' to a household 'that takes a real In Its servants offers JUDICIAL NOTICE TO ROBERT J. THOMPSON. TAKE NOTICE that an action was commenced in the Supreme Court o Alberta, Judicial District of Leth bridge; on the Sth day 01 Decc-mSer 1913, 'by Tha Crest West Pennanen Loan Company, against yourself ant others, to recover together with interest thereon at the rate of tou per cent, from the 1st day o October 1913, due under a. mortgage bearing date tho 1st day ot April 1910 oil Lot Ten aud the most Nor thsrly Eight (S) feet of Lot Nine (9) according to a plan of subdivision of Lot Fifteen in Block Fifteen Plan "572S-S. and for foreclosure of sale of the said lands and other relief and take notice :hat unless you enter an- appearance, Demand of Notice or Statement of Defence with the Clerk of the Su- preme Court at the City of Leth- bridge on or before the 21st day of October 1914. tho Plaintiff may pro- ceed in said action and judgment may be given in your absence and without further notice to you. CHURCH, Mc- AHTHUR DAVIDSON, LeUibridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. Approved. (Sgd.) J. A. JACKSON, L.J.S.C. .Ad. No. C13. NO TIC GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this year, the following rates for Natural Gas become effective: First cu. ft. per monthly Next cu. ft per monthly period.... Next cu. ft. per monthly period.. Next en, ft. per monthly period.. 20c POWER PURPOSES: .First cu. ft. per monthly period.... 20c Next on. ft. per monthly 20c Kext cu. ft. per monthly period... 20c RATES PER 1000 CU. FT. 10 days Gross Discount Net. 35c 35c 30c :5c 5c 6c 6c 2oc 20o 150 8c 46 17o 16c 16c consumers using more than twenty million cubic feet per monthly period, the net rate for the entire account will he fifteen cents per thousand cubic feet. After. October 1st all accounts due to the Company, monthly gus accounts and any other accounts, will be payable to the Canad- ian Bank of Commerce. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Tn the District Court of Hie District of Lethbf idge Between: West Permanent Loan Company, and Forrest E. Been and Orth S.-Been, Defendants: There will be sold the approba- tion of the'Local'Judge of this Hon- ourable Court on'Saturday, the 26th Ja; of September, A0 19H at the lour of twelve o'clock..noon in front 3f the poof ofLcs at MaKiath in the Province of Alberta, the following East and Teh (110) feet of the. West half of the Vorth :One Hundred and Sixty-five feet of Block- Thirty-two aijiim-oi part of Magrath of record in Titles Office for 'the' South: Registration Itistrict.as "JMagrath 39S5 reserv- ing .therefrom and minerals and the, work, the same. The-'property: offered for sale, subject to. a'reserved bid-which has been fixed by a Judge There is saia to -he a dwelling house of. three rooms'Situafe on the said lands TERMS OP PAYMENT 10% in cash aad the balance within thirty days sals-with Interest a't 10% PARmQTJLARS.A'ND CONDITIONS of salp liiav be seen at the office of S Johnston, Cardstou, Alberta, Solicitor for the' Piamtiff, and at the office of Andrew 31 Heppler, Auction- eer, Cardston Alberta PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK 'NOON. CLASSIFIED .ADS'.MUST BE DELIVERED BY .THIS HOUR .TO. ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS OR- DERED. than Ever, it is important that tEe shrewd buyer read -the store news -It points the way to big savings of, money in expendi- tures. It constiitutes a directory of those who are not boost- ing prices. {Copyright, fore; SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED Work on farm maid. Apply 63D 14th St. S. WANTliD-rThroo men to-travel; sal- ary. weekly and expenses; will pay more salary later; ox-porlouco un- necessary... Alexander Mclntyru; Niag- ara Falls, "Out. "ion wanted; .must have little cash: money maker for right party. Apply at onco. No other than hustlers need apply. Aulo- raatic Hose Coupler Co., Ltd., Room 117, Sherlock Bids. and women to learn Harbor Trade. Eight weeks reijiired; positions or locations secured ns soon as .competent; p.raduates frnako bis money; catalogue' and terms free. Moler Barber College, C04A Centre St., Cnlgary. 203-4) TO RENT MEDICAL R. W. "a Surgeon, Accoticuor. Kohra Office-914 Third Avenue, DR. Sherlock Bloc'.. Residence 1206 Sistb Avotuo. OiUce hours 11-12; l.jj; 7-8.30. Offl'je phone Itnsidfineo TO furnished rooms in a 5 roomed fully modern cottage, ?15 a month. Apply Box S Herald. roomed fully modern cottage, IU5 12th St. S., hali ulocl from "car line, price ?20 per month Apply to Palace Clothing Store, nex :o Bunk of Commerce, 5th Streel South. C. C. .Sur- fteon, Aocouchor. office at resilience corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th Street South. Routs: 8-9; 1-3; to S.30. Phowi DR. Eye. Nose n'nd Throat; Dominion Building. Offlce hours 9.30 lo 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 341; romdpnce. E93 TO furnished fou roomed apartment with every modern convenience in the Victoria Mansions one furnished two-roomed suite with private bath. Apply at the oSlcc corner 3rd-Ave.'aud 10th St. South ?tione G3ti. ami wife with, no children; wife cook and man experienced in stock and farm work. Apply Box ,37 Her- premises on Third iveuue Sonth now nrr.upied by "Tho alef Available Sept. 1st. Apply S. Stafford, Stafford Block. TO rooms, 51 per week; light housekscplne ;rooms y per week. Board if desired. Modern 500 conveniences. Apply Mrs. M. Cnmer aid offlce. TEACHER VMNTED TEACHER the Leth- iridge Inspectorate, to act as district iditor for the -Alberta. School Journal. Duties, to write monthly local notes, and to receive- subscriptions, adver- isements, etc. Liberal payment on accepted matter, which, with commls- ions, should average to 530 per month. Must have cash to in- -est in stock of company now forni- ng to take over present business, I'hk'h shows profits on past earnings to-a 15% divicitmil. As only one :ppointment will he made in each in- pectorate, this is an unusual oppor- on, 329 llth-St. S. TO mouern house, full} decorated, 813 Sth Ave. S. Partloh 'lars'and key at 1018 12th St. South, or Phone 1418. TO' S roomed house, St. S., situated between 3rd and 4th Ave.. facing west. Possession Oct. 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. TO modern, up-to- date, centrally located, 515 per month immediate possession. King 542, C. C. Pagmtelo Co. roum semi modern TO .cottage. No. G2S Street. per month. Apply X. B. Peat Co., Room" 6; Macdonald Blk. unity for a teacher to largely in- (uu rease present salary. Apply.-at once.' tenant Editor, Alberta' School Journal, ajj Strathcona. TO KENT Seven roomed modern house with gas, in good condition, 3 doors from car linu. Per month 'Apply Bos 32 Her- ailSCELLANEOUS j FOR' now occupied by.fSVestenn. Tlnsmitiiihg 'Co., firs: door nortli of Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald office. 'Stock 'to winter.' Plenty f feed. Would :take stock for part ayment. S. Sidles! Coaldale, Alberta. TO modern house, all painted and papered since last occu- pied. Large garden plot corner 7th Ave.' and St. See owner, D. H. Elton. Pbons 490 or 1E23, PHYSICIAN] L. B. of Col- lego Physicians and. Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite 316-18. Sberlock Bldg. Phono 1414. .VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VlAVI COMPANY (The 'Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Bllt.'Hours 4 to G p.m. dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss E. S. Cook. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Ho.-piial and Maternity Homo. 704 Sixth Avenue South. Phone 746. MATERNITY refer- ences triven, terms reasonable. Mrs. M. A. Mason. Alta. DRESSMAKING SEWING reasonable. 534 6th St. S. (next Henderson Gar- age.) Miss Knapp. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed nnd cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as pos- sible.-' David. Bentley Com- pany Store., Miscellaneous for Salo. -'O.R .buggy, huraess, lucks) chidccns :and turkeys. J. 'Pils- )ury, Coaldale; lambs, 1000 yearlin, ewes and. 350 feeding ewes. itnlker.i-Grassy Lake, :Altn. Neil M. 234T-6 angi rodncts Limited, W. J Lloyd Mgr hones 1017 and 35 BOAKD AND ROOM 'OR s'good room with a'U icdern conveniences, fitcam heat, hower oaths. etc., apply y. I. C. A. OARD AND con- eniences; 85 par .reek., Apply 83-f th St. S NOTICE Notice is hereby given .that the an- raals described nsrsln.have foeen 1m- ounded .oa the Blood Indian Reserve They are bains IielcTat the mouth f Bull Horn at Farm No. 4 on he Belly R'iFer 7 rhlles'west of. Stand ff. The of the said'.animals ay recover the same hy proving wnersMp and paying charges amount- g to; Rounding Brand eading, 50c, and of )c per-diem-from. September 1st, 914. No. 1. Hed cow and calf -branded Nbar on right ri-bs No. 2. 1 red cow and calf branded nowshoe or kite on left hip bone and TQ on left ribs. No. 3. 1 red steer, 3 years ,old, randed same as No. 2. No. 4. 1 red 3 year old, heifer, randed same as No. 2 and No. 3. No. 5. 1 cow and branded zy H, hip and ribs No. 6. 1 red steer, branded mono- .17 left heck antLbar-over C re- ersed L with; tar underneath, No. 7. 1 roan cow and calf brand- I bar over 7 No. 8. 1 roan cow and calf 'brand- 1 lazy half diamond XC right No. 9, 1 roan steer branded V lazy on left neck. No. 10. 1 red steer branded quarter points up, over LD. No. 11. 1 red and steer, j bar over HX. No. 12. 1 red cow and calf, no.Vis ible brand, one horn knocked off. Blood Agency, Sept. 16th, 1914. W., J. DILWORTH, Indian Agent and Pound Reaper, Ad 'No. 9 Blood Raserve PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Frcighi Sheds Offlce Office Stablei 1U3- 462 1664 TO roomca house, 1202 Gth Ave. A S., all modem convenien- ces at per month. Apply Stsa3-' ard Securities Co., 115 Sherlock Blk. Phone 1291._____ blade gelding, strips on face, branded X4 on left thigh. 55.00 for Information leading to recovery. Hysop, Lethhrlilge. brown collie dog, white around neck, long pointed nose; had collar on when last seiin. 'Finder will tie rewarded hy returning same to 1116 3rd Ave. South. THE MSING MISSION Provides visiting curses for mater nity and ell medical, arid surgical cases (except contagious and cUfirges according to the cir- cumstances of tbs patisnt Poor patients cared for free of "charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Alia 1-114 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. TMley, Supervisor. (Miss) Prf. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurs" (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. TO MAKE MONEY for an active, enterprising man or woman, by securing sole and exclusive agency in Lethbridge and county for the sale of a new Health and-Toilet Appliance In great demand for Home use and without compstition. Quick Seller at Large Profits. No Previous Experience Requir- ed. Only Small Capital Needed to Carry Stock. Immediately. MR. G. M. ANDRE General Delivery, Medicine Hat, Alta. fOlt Sheep; 2000 head; 60.C ambs, "500 fat owes and wethers, bal- ance breeding ewes 2 and 3 years old. Will sell any number to sul! e buyer. Wm. G. Wenhourne, -Alta. _ good bunch of well "bred Clyde horses; nearly. -all. mares and filliesj or would .trade 'for cattle or sheep; -I could keep Jiorses till next spring if necessary. uwner.'Johri Dodds, Beiselier, Alta. 330 12 flr Exchange DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College .ot Dental Surfteonn Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental" Cortlficato. Onto: Mooma 6 oad'6, Bryan BlocK Phono 1071. DR. L. T. to Tin. Courtlco and Gradunta University of Maryland. Office hours Macdonaid Elk. Phono 1165, Letlibrldge, DRS. MARKS AND successors to Drs. Stewart and ,Mo- Clure. Hourt: 9 to'G. Ofllce. 'Ills- Inhotham'Block.' Phono H74.' DR." E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons, (Ens.) Licentiate Roynl Oollogo o! Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1300. Hoars: 9-13; 1-5. Office: 6-8. Foot OIHcp PIANO TUITION 1 PUPILS FOR 7th North. MRS. W. H. o( Piano, Harmony, and Theory. Pupils prepared for Kpyal Academy and Collage- of Music, Enfj., 'or Toronto Conservatory exams If sired. Studio 1226 5th Avenue 'A _South, ABBIE G. 3rd Are S., teacher of Pianoforte, Harmony and Musical History, will open her classes on Sept. 7th. Interesting and practical system with children, leading, up to the best-re- sults In Technique and Musical In- terpretation for advanced "pupils. Pupils prepared for examinations it desired. Phono 1529. KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER will open a vato kindergarten for a limited number of children, between the ages of four and six years. A Kin- dergarten Musical Cpurss will be Included. Jiinior and Intermediata pupils .for piano will also bs ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 Soutli on or before Sept. 1st. KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Mias V. M. Cherrfngton. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Braeln" mountain climate.'Pull High School curriculum. Shorthand. Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention gtven-to Drawing, Ing from nature, etc. .Writo for PIANO .TUNING G. H. CRIPPS; EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory'experience. .purs Aasn. tondbn. Enslandj. .Reference to tbc, leading the city. Phoiio lies 125a-Gth A-ve A -South.' SUHVEYING and.Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Uydraullo Engineer. Rooms ana Wlittrey Block. P, b Boa M7. Phpne'1043. green feed .or oats more good milk cows. Apply Win.1 Northam, Albion Ridge. Met Office SPEED V, ..'SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Allatf Mail Steamers..- French Havre. White Star New York and Canad- an Eeryjce. Cunatd New York and Canad- ian service Canadian Royal Mall Steamel'S, Donaldson Anchor to fjt Hamburg American L and- all other .Lines, Largest and Fastest Steamers, cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Czer- Krakan and all other'Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you get S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. II. Ticket Agent, Letlibridge. Phone 1886 Prompt Service THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR SERVICS find the stenographer that suits th.e-poaitton. We'find the position that suits' the stenographer, Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The' complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience-and'eimplicity is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has tho only.Column Selector.) Monarch {wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a'market and-'field bf.lts own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE .REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything in Typewriter Supplies. A. J. PASSMORE, Building, 'Lcthnridgc, Alberta., DUFF li Ed. wards. B.A.Sc., 'Dominion- and Al- oerta Land Surveyor; I3onali A. DuB, blue irint- !ng, civil engineering and land Buir 'eying. Suite 205 Sherlock Uliz LetlibrMiTB. AUa. AUCTIONEER -specialty.. at -the .Wilson Kurnlture.Co., North Phone 1033.-Residence. Phpne.CSB. ijpwntosm at--the Wevl-iiirn Tigallg ro Plinno inp UNDEHTAKINQ T. S. Fuacral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the. Granite Works, of Calgary. .Office Court House. Phone 661. Reiafc denes 2S4 7th An. S. Phono 1176. Open day and night. S. V. Director aha Embalmer. 5th Street'-'South, or, day. HAY, GRAIN AND and retail.' 'Alliparlotles of hay: timothy, alfalfa, bluo Joint, mixed nay, upland hay, oat hay and Btraw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage, for household goods, etc..'j cellar spaco 'for' rent." Hyde an'H corner 2nl1 Ave. nTid: 12th St. a. P. O. Bra. 1127. Khnne; 1244. .ACCOUNTANT- W. D. of the. Instf stittlte of-Cliartered Accountants til England and Wales, and of tho In- of, Chartered 'AcconntanU in AlSijrta. Acadta BIdjr.. Lethbrlase. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartcrca Accounjanti.. Winnipeg'' Uthbrldgo Medicine Hat Accountancy' In all.Its branohej Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, ''and' friist Inves- tigattais, LiquUationa, Acadla Bulldina, Lethbrldge R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Accountant ;