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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE TUESDAY, SEITEMBEK Helnic and "Chasing 'Em Out In the Open" LAST TIMES.TONIQHT Sp-ssue Hayaitawa hi "ALIEN SOULS" A Splendid Five-Reel Feature Damtl Frohman presents fceautlful dramatic itai HAZEL DAWN in "THE FEUJ) GIRL" A thrllllna Paramount featurs deplotlnj a dramatic romance i the Kentucky Mountains MPRESj LAST TIME TONIGHT EMMY WHELEN IN _ _ ARPHEU V TONIGHT OP Table? Turned THE SPECIAL METRO WONDERPLAY GREAT ACTS Feather Photoplays present a romantic and 'emotlohal drama Love Can Do' Featuring Adele Farrinjton, C. N. Hammond and Mina by Ger- trude NeUon by Jay Hunt. ALSO GOOD COMEDY. (THE WANT AD. PAOE GOES TO mESS EARLY. ADS. FOR THIS PAQB MUST HBACK THE HERAL.D OFFICE BY ONE O'CWICW TO IN SURE INSERTION ON THE SAMS DAY AS DELIVERED. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Frtlghi thtdk. PHONES: MAJESTlC.NextFri.-Sat., Sept. 22-23 PHONE 1722 SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 GARRETTE AND BENSON offer the Military Spectacle "The War Play of the Day" A MILITARY DRAMA IN FOUR OCTS :ES: Nights 75c, 50c, 25c. Saturday Matinee. Adults 50c, Children 25c. THIS IS NOT A MOVING PIC1TKE LOST AND FOUND___ gray mare, three years old, Branded K (reversed I Y on left shoul- der. 515.00 reward for recovery. Albert Perrett-. Stirling. Alia. 234-6 Ads 25c. an insertion for twenty five words or less. Six in sertions for the price of fow Must be paid in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED Sill St. Iwtweau Starland POSITION and Hudson Bay Store, a small purse gas engineer containing money and 101st Bait. ,10sltlou through thrashlKK. shoulder badge. Reward [or return to i Box 1S Herald. Pord Oarage. 232-0 WANTED with references, wishes Apply. to bay mare nine years old, weight about 1050, branded on right shoulder. S5.00 re. ward for information leading tofJsiCI recovery or Sill for return to .1. POSITION" hiiiles. Macbeth, Kipp Station. Apply" VOR hinder. In use this season ami in good shape. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- M. Holmes eracluuto ot the Peinisyl-mnln Orth- opaedic Inntltlito; Medical Mnssnso anil QymimstlOB Elec- trical Vibratory and Theropoutlc Uutit Trontmon'Uj Electrolyslr and- Shampooing, Treatments given-by apnulntiuoiit only. Uoom 1. Hull Blh. "CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i Smith and June B. you are sick nfcd want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 803 7th A've. S., opposite Modol Dak- ory, hours MO to G; 7 to 9. Phono 10J7. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Privato Hosyltal and Mate.-Htty Homo. Sepcial rates giv- eh'on applicntlon; 1224 7tli So'itli. Phone 7-10. Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, otc.) AIL communica- tions to Mrs. 0. Thomas, lha 10th St. South. 219-26 r I er Work in country with farmer or I you David Contractor preferred. For full partic- Grand Piano In rosew ulars address John F. Smith. General Qllick saie, J175.00. Delivery, Letbbridge. _ Ltd._____________ H Hallet Baby ood finish. For Mason' R'isch, 235-0 H O Kollog, Wreuth'ain. Al- by good cook.on berta 233-12 threshing outfit, good references. 20 years' exnerienrel Apply Archie Hur- tebese, Room 15, Arlington Hotel. 237-ti ___________________ grey geldinc. years old. branded on right shoulder. One light bay year ling horse colt, no brand. each reward for information in good order, 5100 cash for saie. Apply 522 12th St. S. FOR Good driving mare, har- ness, buggy and saddle. Apply .12th St. N. __ :aii'5 _ __ SALE_Two second hand cars. What the Press Agents Say ed at" the" Orpheum theatre tonight. threshing engine with an all star cast of Universal stars I At Starland "Allen iii which Uic Japanese actor, Sessue Hayekawa plays the stellar role, will be shown for'the last time at Starland tonight. The story deals with the eutangle- ment of a Japanese maiden in the web of modern, society. How she is dis- illusioned arid eventually rnarriea'ner faithful Japanese lover, makes a story of intense interest Mr. Hayakawa Is supported by a splendid cast inelim- ing the winsome Japanese actress, Tsuru Apki, a niece of the famous actress Madam Yacco, the Japanese Bernhardt. Tomorrow and Thursday, Hazel Dawn, who is such a favorite in Leth- bridge, will be seen in her latest suc- cess, "The Feud Girl" an exciting and romantic drama of the mountains. At the Empress The Metro Pictures Corporation pre- sents the five part photqdrama "Tab- les Turned" in which Emmy Wbeleri, thefascinating and clever little stage star, will be seen In the stellar role. It will be seen here at the Empress theatre tonight for the.rlast "Tables Turned" is a gripping dram- atlc offering brimful of tense situa- tions in which Miss is seen at her best. While this charming favor- ite of London Gaiety achieved her greatest success in musical comedy, she has shown hersblf to be a versa- tile and capable actress, unusually powerful in emotional scenes. Miss IWhelen will have an excellent sap- porting cast, including H. Cooper Aliffe (he eminent English dramatic actor, has played Important roles with Sir Henry Irving, Ellen Terry and other "notables of the stage. Also Borne Kocd clean comedy. At the Majestic Seats .idll go on sale at Hedleys to- morrow morning, Wednesday, for i "Somewhere in France" the great mil- i Itary drama which Is scheduled to ap. rpear at the Majestic nest Friday and Saturday, September being evinced !n local theatre-going circles over the coming engagement, ae no phase of the present day is as oft repeated or as much discussed as "Somewhere In France" and the fact that the scenes of the play are laid in Canada and "Somewhere in France" gives an add- ed interest to the production. For in- stance .the realistic battle scene which takes place in the second act fairly bristlea'with action a'nd the fact that an actual communication trench, 'criptionX-of which have come froni many of our boys at the front, will he shown in complete detail, la alao a factor of exceptional interest. DO YOI1 BORN The Grace Coal Mine Is DOW prepared to of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality. the Delivered, ton At mine '3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1067 J REAR STAFFORD BLOCK At the, Orpiietim "What Love Cau Do." the latest of the Universal Red Feather feature photoplay productions, be present- wants position ______ with threshing outfit. Cau run either leading to recoverv. Fred Ludvk'Kson, steam or gas engine, holding Alberta I ono" and" one Reo. Baalim Barons. Alta. 3S4-12: certificate for steam boilers. to box 37. 'Herald.____ all descrip- 'pecialty, collected 1 Motor Co. 220-0 FOR horses." Cheap for cash. Apply Box 34. Herald. 232-6 a 4 Uon. family _, aud delivered to any part of the city. 50 cents per dozen pieces. Also ma- passengera, hve moutns o for demonstration' write if" tTkeVnc'w'1" Box ternity mil-stag, referent. if taken 13S. City. 0 BOX in the principal roles. The picture was i FOR SALE-One 30x60 Rumely sep- produced by Jay Hunt at Universal I arator. feeder and blower, IS foot North, Box 385. lity. Calif., and the entire resources 1 weigher and belts. Will sell cheap if of the Unive'rsal's great moving pic-! taken at once. Herman lure plant were placed at Hr. Hunt's i grath. disposal in the making of the picture, j FOR SALE On crop payment, no in- SITUATIONS VACANT FOR Snap, one iiouso S X 12, cost one stabic- 1i.i-2i. hip roof, cost Boll, for J175.00 cash A. S Humphries. ISO Hth St., South 1S7-0 Iron 5 and C. block one, clerk for law office. Ap- Wigan, Coalhurst, with good finished ply hox 29, Herald Ofilce. 4 room 24 by 24 out- DECORATiNG WELLIripiTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangora and Paintera; KnlGominlng! General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The 'oldest established Painters In Lethbr'idgo. Res. Phone 1472; blflco phone 1753. Sherlock Bldg.. Left- bri.ise. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth Straat S.. Lethbriilge. Hours: Pay School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m.. Office open till 5 p.m.: Night School, Monday aud Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses in book- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business plione: 1313, iiience phone 1531. 22S-0 KING EDWARO'S SCHOOL F5r Girls and young Boys, Crane-rook. B. C. Pupilr. prepared tor examin- ations. French taught by Parisienne, Excellent Music. 'Dancing and Di aw- ing; .also Dressmaking. Shorthand, Typewriting aud Bookkeeping, Com- fortable hoae. Write for prospectus to Miss Cimrington, Headmistress. CONSCIENCE MONEY GOES TO'INSURANCE COMPANY Guelph, Ont., Sept. has arrived in Guelph. addressed to the Wellington SlutuaL Fire Insurance Co., of this city, a registered express St. S. 231-0 I Crows' Nest, i WANTBD--TO' purchase; second hand j McCool. props. cooking range. Apply Bos 44, Herald.; for Summit 237-3 Hotel, Crows' Nest. B. C. Apply Sj five or six room modern McCool, Props. cottage or apartments. 19, HeraldL Apply at once. Ap. now for quick aele. may make own terms. Used organ in .good on terms. Mason I'vt....... Smith Bros, fi Wilson, Ltd., 540 j VELVET AND SATIN MONEY TO improved i farm or city property. Apply W. A. j Leavltt, nhono 517, Suite S, Stafford I block. .21 parcel from Buffalo, containing a sum 1 pie nicely furnished co-tage o: 01 the bills being on Canadian I Apply Bos 21. Herald. ________ banks and of all denominations. Some WANTED TO of eight time ago a letter was received from i or nine rooms in first class .condition, a priest in Buffalo stating that a cer- tain man there had approached him, married cou- gth St S -Phone iWl, man to assist In office work. No Boz 35, Herald. 231-0 232-0 a5 cents to -Velvet' and sifk flowers and feathers, 15c. Buckram j hat shapes, children's tarns, 25c. rai. imtq i5c M lell uais, law, Shepherd check Children's press- Idea patterns lu 1 _ or nine rooms in iirsi class .COIIUIUUE. CeutraliS located. Carofcl tenants. A maid. Mrs. C. A._ilttle at our 13th street store Streets 11- Reply Box 85 post office. 2010 i north of C. P. R tracks. _ 230-0 5th St. South and 404 13th Street it some previous pay'cash for u to 100 general servant at i mlerable sum of head of yearling rWrite Good wages. Mrs. Alvln .Riiuey, will sell at 13th St S sale, all of my household goods con- 235-5 j I gteUns pt a-'certain amount of principal, with five per cent, interest. AV or rooms, suitable for stating thac he had ai time obtained a considerable sum of j head of y money from the company, and that it phone Geoj B. was his desire now to make restitu- i Coulee, Alta. tion. The only stipulation in con- nection with the return of tho money not to sus- pect any present employee or any per- Eon who had been in their employ in the past, it being given to understand that the money was not received or secured in this way.- It is also under- stood that the sum was secured some time ago, as it is believed to contain Thompson, -------r-r-rr j or woman to oak set, (4 pieces and 5 furnisneu iaasist with on farm. Wages ?25 I cabinet grand "Hamilton" ui- houseseep-1 a month. Write Box 9, Herald.-.--; j o books, sectional bookcase, chairs, is Haviland Chinaware, dishes, LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR ranches unimproved land acres up to acre blocks. Price. per acre to Improved farms vlO.OO per acre to Irrigated farm from per acre. N. B. Peat Co., 232-1 (iry-gocds. Experience necessary: Ap-1 beds, springs arid mattresses, kitchen ply personally to Clarke 0 j tables, chairs and cooking utensils, or al housework. No washing or ironing. Apply 422 13th St. S. WE1.D.ING OXY-ACETYLEt.'E WELDING Tho mcflcrn method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If 'it's metal we can weld it. Tho'plece ivlll be stroneeiiE where-it .a vreided. N. Kiith, 321 Gtb Street Soutb, next to 40-0 40-0 jnU Forgings welded ana reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas: Weld- Ing shop. 12G6 2na Ave. Ellison Jlills. B Eossort, Box 269. lu McDonald BlocK. TO MAN BREAKING. .SECTION- give title to quarter adjoining on Foremost line. Also have hair section FARM PRODUCE ENGINEERING NEWS ON CAUSE OF ACCIDENT New- Sept. Engineer- ing News will say tomorrow: "The Initial failure which brought about the Quebec bridge disaster, Sep- tember 11, was at the point where the suspended span rested on the lifting girders. Huge chains hung down from the Tennfv-ci CafluiGVer supported cross girders near the water j short haul. Best snap a farm buyer level. 1 will ever get. Enquire at, 416 Sth St. "The span which was to be hoisted South. 229-12 Into position rested on these girders on a: rocker-bearing, but was-not se- cured by bracmg. ''Through some initial breakage, probably, by the fracture of one of the castings, by which the weight of the span was transmitted to the lifting girder, one corner of the span 'kicked or tipped the lifting girder, which was free to move laterally, as it swung like a pendulum at the end of a long chain. "The motion was great enough so that this corner of the span slid off the girder, fell into the water and the whole span collapsed." __________ salesman andSsmirt boy. Palace Clothing rugs, rockers, bedding, etc., ste. Apply to S. T. Hurst at S03 3rd Ave. S. TO RENT of Commerce. __ AV ANTED Reliable nurse for one month. four Must be TO Two furnished. bedrooms close in. Apply to 211 5th Ave. S. City. 237-G fO Fully modern six room capable. Wages Phone 1439. 417 i2th St. B. N., per SHOE.REPAiHlNG SHOE 1717 Tor repairs. Woik done .promptly; Orders called (or aLd Frank Miles, 611 4th Avenue Souifc. PIANO (TUNING _________________________> month. Apply Owner, Fred Thaell. -Stenographer for. :'ty few fi08 3rd Ave. S. 237-G ,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. Hyde Co., Phone 1244. 229-0 NO BRITISH SHIPS i HIT OR DAMAGED Berllnr via Sept. Hos- tile craft off the Flanders coast were successfully 'bombarded Sunday by German hydroplanes. Today's admir- alty statement says: 'German naval aeroplanes freely bombed fiostlle naval forces off the Flanders "coast oil September 17. On a vessel used as a starting place for hydroplanes, unmistakable hits were observed 'Our anti-aircraft fire drove back a hostile airman who was forced to land on Dutch -territory." r With reference to the German ad-' miralty report on the attack of Ger- man naval aircraft on war veBiala off the Flanders coast, the British admir- alty today stated that no British ships jrere hit or damaged. COMFORF and Economy On large Twin-Screw Sailing from Montreal to Glasgow CASSANDRA........... Sept. 26 ATHENIA............... Oct. 17 SATURNIA Oct. 24 CASSANDRA........... Oct. 31 Make your reservations early. Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, Qeneral Agint. Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. methods preferred. Apply 601 connection. Apply 42S 13th St. South. 235-6 WANTED A girl for housework. Good wages. Apply to 320 6th St. S., or-315 6tli Aye. A. S. ijEhone 174: or 442. RENT Four roomed water and light, being 638 12th St. A. N. Apply S. T. IBatsford, Room 5, Higin-botham Block, 5th St. S. 236-6 WANTED Young man tor autp'llyery driver. Good position for who thoroughly understands the Foijd -car. Apply Jas. W. Boulton, 623 S. Phone 1206. Store, has good cement basement. Apply M. Goouinan, 706 3rd Ave. south. 234-6 Storage apace for all kinds of goods. Hates reasonable. Saundeis Hay Grain Co., 1221 2nd Ave. S., phone 732. .229-0 WANTED -T Young girl of. .twenty wishes to learn maternity riUrsing. State full particulars in Annlv'Miss M. A. Ohleman. Box RENT Furnished bedroom, can Coaldale, Alta. WANTBD Married man foftifarm and ranch work tor eight month'B, or widow- for housekeeper. ApplypH. A. Walters, Spring Coulee, Alla.yW7-6 ern conveniences., Apply Box 16, Her- ald. FIRE iN ST. THOMAS St.- Thomas, Ont., Sept. 18. A j 000 fire on Saturday night destroyed the St. Thomas Dehydration company] and Canadian Wooden War company. "The gales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during the past three months. Have you tried one HARVEST HANDS WANTED Day Up J. HARRIS CO. Employment Agents 112 Sth St. S, once 1m expertjpicea salesman. Must be lirst-fclaas window dresser. Apply to L.VKeel, P. O. Box 563, Lethbridge. good education. Permanent petition. Boi 37, Herald.' once young mitft as general assistant in meal and 'provis- ion store. Must be used to have knowledge of meat biinineia. W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. 24.________________________ once an experienced baker. Alao boy to learn.Ijaking'jtrade. Apply The Model.. Bakery, J. Schweitzer, Prop. one Ineligible for military service, nent position in good office. Neg4 tot be expert stenographer if willing to fakd night school course. for advancement. Apply Box 50, Herald, 237-fi FOR SALE r: One Hart-Parr Gas Tractor, en plows, breaker and Just overhauled throughout. Engine car) be aeen at Iron Works. Enquire Co. for terms. Phone 516. TO furnished bedrooms, well ventilated, by the day, week or month. Also 7 roomed house, mod- Apply 1264 4th Ave. S. TO "roomed house. Modern conveniences, gas heated. On car line. 1231 Gin Ave. Apply C. ftio iuth St. 5. 23ynJ LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE In North Lethbridge, acre' situated on 5th Avo. N. 4th Ave. N. and lath St. N., with the following buildings: One t.wo-roonied house H'ft.'x 22. ft, barn 18 ft. x well finished .with hay, loft, l office .build- ing 16 ft. 6 iii: 'x 22 ft..' Also two corner lots on 4th Ave. N. and 16th St. N. 27 x 25 feet. Two lots on 16th St N. 29 ner of !5tn 154 feet. Inquire at cor- St. and