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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LET110RIDGE DAILY HERALD ITHUKSDAY, SEI'TEMBEK so, 1915 EESTHE LAST CONCERT TONIGHT --A .Mutual Ahisler Picture and %ov of good .Keysttwc Comedy. Under New Management With First-class Till: MUSICAL KCKAKDTS Featuring Grace IVauy und Dot Dunbar, two or the cleverest .Tuvpniles ever set'ii in the west. Charles Cluiplin also appears on Mite program sue. Xo Advance in Prices. Como early while the seats last. MEADS SITUATIONS VACANT experienced chamber j nmid. Anply nt Dallas Hotel. I good general symmi icall in tin1 morning or evening at 541 7Ui St. general serv- tunt. no washing. Apply 423 St, South.___________________242-0 of good appearance und character for canvassing, regular remuneration and prominent position to right man. olilce. 51ISCELLANEOUS WANTS to 'cle out all your old Uons and roosters. Bost prices' given. Call up Wyatt at Ihc Diamond City Central. parly is pared to handle light sets of books and the milking up of currant month- ly accounts for business and profes- sional men. Apply Bos Herald olllco. thrraiv Ing machine at onco. Thirty days' threshing. Phone or write Dr. Rob- ortsoli, Rnley, Alberla. hoiisTi. close in on south side. Would lease If desired. State locution and rc'htnl. Apply Box 3 Apply Box 19 Herald ORPHEUM Mavis of the Glen A Universal Three Part Feature Celeste The Romance of a Refugee. All Good Willis and Dorothy Phillips in The Force Example and Smile- B ringers. boys between 15 and 20 years, to work on farm. Apply H. A. Coaldale, Phone Rural S10._____________________245; lady teacher, first or second grade certificate, for Carnegie S. D. No. 2122, Burden, ilia. Salary ?70 per month. Apply W. S. Warren. Sec. Treas.. Burdett, Alta. WANTED Bush teamsters, saw- yers, cantbook men. Teamsters 540 anil board, day men ?2.25 to board. Apply McLaren Lumber Co.. Blairmore, Alta. The AT STARLAND Famous Players' production, MAJESTIC OPENING ATTRACTION 1915-1916 Season 2 NIGHTS ONLY TOMORROW SAT. October 1 and 2 F. Stuart Wnyte Presents the 1915 Musical Comedy Hit Mir! from Nowta 7 A Scenery, Costumes and Effects "TIMELY PRICES: and Seats now selling at Hedley's. TONIGHT v PARAMOUNT FEATURE FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT Blossom FOUR ACTS ALL STAR CAST WAR BUDGET "May presented as the Par- amount feature at Siarland lust night, was right up to the .usual Paramount standard. The story deals with the i Civil War, und the scenes are laid in Virginia, and some of the most beau- tiful of sceuery is depicted on the screen. It is played by an all-star cast, including Donald Crisp and Mar- shal Xeilan. The Topical Budget contained items of interest to the young and old alike. The comedy, "Her Suitor's Suit'' was one thousand feet of laughter. for four men in a cook car; wages per day, two months' work. Apply Mart McMahon 1211 l.'nd Ave. S. P. 0. Bos 373 or Phone 496. 2-13-HJ commission for lo- cal lady representative with fair edu- cation. Experience unnecessary. Part time accepted. Nichols Limited. Pub- lishers, Toronto. No A tor Wagner S. D. No. 25S2. 15 miles south of Etzekon, Twp 3. Rge 7. west of the 4th Term S or 10 months, experience and Olaf 0. Tyeld, Sec.-Treas., D'Oretlle. Alberta. Apply stating expected to j DAIRYMEN buy n milk route. Ap- ply giving particulars to Box GO, Her- ald office. TO RENT TO or unfurnish ed, at reasonable rent, to reliable party, a fullv modern six roomed Appjy 501 house, steam'heated, gas. 14th St. South.' TO houses to rent. No. 333. 7 rooms, ?14; No. K29, 5 rooms. i! rooms for ?C> month, on 15th St. N. between 3rd and 4th Ave. Apply to Mrs. R. Burgess. llth St. Phone room" cottage, elec- tric light and wster. hen house; per month. Mrs. Hoyle, Avenue North. TO roomed house, furnish- ed, modern with gas connection, very reasonable. Also one house on rear of lot rooms, modern, very reason- able, close in. Call at 422 4th St. South. Pendant S WANTED Thoroughly experienced saleslady for dry goods, millinery and Apply personally to Clarke Co. TO comfortably this winter and occupy one "of those mod- em housekeeping flats -with private bath, in the Victoria Mansions, rent :ng from per month. Apply at .he Mansions ofiicct 3rd Avenue S. I7O thousand acres of jrst class improved land'in the. Bar- ons and Cannangay district. Three of good buildings, plenty of good veil water. SOO acres o" summer fal- a period of three to five years to responsible jparty or will lease in three parts. For particulars apply to Manager, John Deere Co., Lethhridge. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holinco Krmluiito or Hie .I'emisj-Ivnnlu Orllii npatnlk: lnsllllilo, lltnllcnl Slussnt'? mid Uymmistics Klci'lri. mil Vibratory and TlicmpouUc URlii Trcatmonls, Klrctrolysls ami 'Sham pouiiiK Treatments isivon- by ap lioiutmont only, lloom 1 Mull Illk. PIANO TUNING MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgyon, Ammelior. Hours! p.m. Oll'lco DM Third .Aromio. Phone 1253. DR. Bye, Nose and Throat; Blilt'i Offlco hours evenings by ap- pointment. 1'hone.i: Office tMl, Re- sldonco G H. CRIPPS, EXPERT M. J. firaduatq Player-Piano and Organ Itepuirer; ol- colloRo of Denial Surgeons JO years factory experience. Hon- i Toronto, and lioldor ot a Dominion ours Certificate AIT, Assn., London, England. Reference to tlie leading musicians of the city. Phono 116S. 1253 tith Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer, All kinds ot sales conducted.. Terms reasonable. Prompt settlements. Job lots of stocks ot merchandise purchased. 7 will also buy en- tire contents of furnished houses. Head offlce ut the Wilson Furniture Co., 42G 13th St. North LeUibridge, Prone 1023. CHIROPRACTORS Dental Certlllcnte. Office: Jlooms and C, Bryan Uloek. Phone 1071. OR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlco ualc Univorsity of Maryland, Iloonia 8 and 9, Macdonuld Block. Phono _ 1105, Letlrbridgii, Alta. DRS. MARKS and Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Olurp. Hours: I) to 5. Office, llig- inbotham Block. Phone .174. G. mem- 1 ?r of Royal College of Surgeons, i :2ng. Licentiate Royal College of IViyslclnnn (London.) L.D.S, 1900. Ilnurs: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 0-S llig. iri-.otham Block. SMITH SMITH (H. Smith rS. IV J. B. is the science of removing: the cause of disease. Call in and 'talk it over. Office in residecnce, 903 7th Ave. S. Hours 10-12; 2-5; 7-S. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL WE WILL, PAY YOU SIM for slxts davs, to distribute religious litera This programme wiit be repeated! ture. Liberal pay for spare time. In tonight for the last times. j ture. Liberal pay for spare time. Ex- perience unnecessary, either sex. In ternational Bible Press, Toronto. 1 THE MUSICAL ECKHARTS, a't thi'OrpHeum Friday and Saturday 16 19 27C mm. 3030 These Are The Days TJ look into your supply of office If you require something done in a hurry, and done right, ORPHEUM'S RE-OPENING BILL Tomorrow the Orpheum passes to a new management, aud Lessee Chas, Hansen is now in charge, and run the theatre, bringing up-to-date vaudeville and pictures to the house. For the opening bill, he has been'for- tunate in securing the famous Musi- cal Eckharta, a gifted company of j musicians. The Eckharts are well known to Lethbridge audiences, and need no recommendation here. Suf- l fice to say the? put on a real classy entertainment mat cannot fail to, make a bis hIL The pictures for the opening night will include a comedy, with Charles Chaplin, playing the leading part. There -will by-other Sood-pictures, al- so. With a performance like what is houses should greet the Orpheum tomorrow and Saturday. "THE LAST CONCERT" "The Last a four-reel Mut- ual El- lis F. GHekman, was shown" at the Empress last night, and will he repeat- ed for tonight. The picture Is "a beau- tiful story screen7 by an admirable list of .players. It has a pathetic ending, one that tears come to nigliL Ford Sterling, in a Keystone absur- jdity that is a rollick of fnn; and Mas- tar- Zoe Haigh, the Calgary boy sing- er, who scored last night, are also on the programme. The ninth instalment of "The Dia- mond From the will be shown tomorrow night. Charles Chaplin, in the two-reel scream, "Dough and will play at the tomorrow, in're- sponse to a number of requests' to have the picture repeated. "THE GIRL FROM NOWHERE' The of F. Stuart- Whyte's sensational musical corned> SJGCSSS. "Tfce Gfri From Nowhere, which comes to the Majestic on Fri- day and 1 and is-to. lie found in the following lines, which remind one of a recipe for a cocktail: Take, a background Francisco or France: Take a prince-for ..a hero-r-a prince who can dance: Equal parts of false opntlment coif res and pearls A trifle music; abqsje take Take.a-plot.tbat-rra ier omit it For a new style of gown and'a model J't it But omit if you dare the Lilys and Sadies, The mainspring of dear chor- us, ladies: Throw a handful of jokes .clever, not Some Argentine dancing, some high kicking frisky Gay husbands and with no scruples to bore A "bevy of beaiity and youth'' in tlie chorus. Take a glitler and splendor that's tin- sel and false; Have your love-making done to a languorous wa'itz; The prettiest some perosyd- ed hair, And what's Ad, No. THRESHING HANDS WANTED Bundle teamsters >per fielc; pitchers 33 per day; spike pitchers per day; long run. Apply J. Harris Co., P.. Q, BDv phone J412. and women to learn Barber trade; few weeks qualifies; tools furnished; wages while learn- ing; diplomas granted; catalog free. Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St., Calgary. HORRORS AND ATROCITIES OF THE GREAT Soni at the forefront ol battle. Most thrill- ing and heart stirritig book ever Going; like' wiiaflTsr'Borianza- for representatives. Only SI. Big terms, Sample book free. Winatoa Company, Limited, Toronto. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR of- potatoes; good crop, four miles south east of city, also 15 hens coming in full lay. Apply 1221 6th Ave. FOR A good driving horse, 5 years old, weight; about 900 pounds. Broke to drive single or double." An- piv Jack Davis, Diamond Alta. 245 PIANO FOR is leaving city and will sacrifice for quick sale. The instrument is in first class condition. CJasft- or terms. 1 TO six roomed fully modern house, fire place and fenced all round, newly cleanedt near 'Elli- son .Mills. Rental moderate to suit- able tenant. Apply J. Tuff, 208 13th St. S., or 31S 15th St. S. LOST AND FOUND iiorses, one black and one 'bay with bald face, branded 5H on left thigh. One bay and one brown Ibranded L (joined) over D on left thigh. All four branded D, arrow pointing up, I, on right thigh and Nos. 59, 60, 61, 62 on right neck; brown horse had wire cut on front foot and one bay had bell on neck. Liberal reward for information leading iu re- covery to V. Meek, Diamond City, Alberta. mare, four white legs, white face, branded inverted JO on left thigh. 110 reward for return .to Buga, Staffordrille.- Phone -1 TANNERY ALBERTA ROBE AND TANNING Sixth Ave. East, Calgary. Fiir Dressers and Tau- ners. MISS M. hy the day .or at IIOHIP. 317 7th Avenue South. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; offlce phono 1752, Sherlock Btdg., Loth- bridge. Alta. DYEING AND CLEANING THE in Chemi- cal Dry Cleaning. Immediate at- tention given to out-of-town orders. "We press your suits for 50c each. Phone 3S12. Fetch and 324 6th Street South. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Vim .Haarlem's Private Hospital ami Matornity Home. Specwl rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74ti. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Direcior und also agent for Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Ccurt House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 2S4 7th Ave. S., Plione 117li, Open and night. S. Y. Funeral Director. S03 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or leas. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing- We are in touch with ttie bast markets. Storage space for rent Excellent basement for perishable goods. Hyde Saundera. Phono 1244. P. O. Box 112. R, O. 3, Macdonald Blk.. Leihbridge, representing Thompson Sons and Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. Grain purchased on con- signment at highest current prices. Our CITY DYEING AND CLEANING WOR KS have, the most modern Steam Cleaning' arid French Dry Cleaning plant In Southern Alberta. Specialists in cleaning and dyeing. Phone 444, beside" Firo chestnut mare about 1100 Ibs weight, star in forehead, left hind foot white, branded F in- verted L on left hip. Reward for re- turn to. Mitchell Nurseries, Coaldale. VIAV1 (The Herbal Home Treatment for com- munications to Manager, Box 192, Taber. year in April in the In- dian Reserve near St. Mary's river, one team, description as follows: One clay; S years old. weight 1350 Ibs., white star'on forehead, branded Circle with four points of cross on left- thigh, 'unknown brand" on left__________ _. shoulder. Ou6 bay, 9' years old, I Iy palpated.- Trade Marks aud De- weight 1300 rbs., white star on fore-! signs logistered; infringement aiid lead, ibranded P on. left side. Good j validity searches Cudeuce collect- reward. Boy 237 Taber, Alta. j ed in patent suits Reports prepared Write for information. PATENT SOLICITOR WM.-S.-BABCOCK Lawyer (U.S.) Patent Attorney.' 15 years experience in Canada and U. S. -Inventions prompt- Saturday on station, small suit case, name card attached, contents of much value to i en iu pa for counsel Expert witness Ifi patant am ents obtained In inscription on end of case, Diamond S. Reward far" return to Baggage Room. crescent ibrooch, le lis in pearls, between S35 6th St! am] the Telephone office; valued keepsake. Reward for return to Telephone Office. Pat- 99 St James Street. Montreal ___ Auto Livery lleur HENDERSON GARAGE Auto Llr- j ery.--Phono 588, j WESTERN. HAY and.GRAIN C. M. McClenagha'ii, Licensed track buyers. Correspond- ents Baird Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. Highest prices paid For all kinds of grain. Latest quo- tations at all times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago Minneapolis. Offlce, Empress Block, next to Alex- andra Hotel. SHOE REPAIRING ___ FRANK 4th Avenue S, Phone 1717 and shoes will be called for and delivered. MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phono R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and, Witchell, PASTEURIZED MILK. LEGAL NOTICES BAILIFF'S SALE T'ofi'S-izure under Lien ade by.-Affred Duffcy, the concoction Girl from Nowhere." Four sons "of Rcgimi pastors arc now at the front, two of tlto family of Knv, K. i'l. Hcecliing, one of Cati- on Hill, and another ot Hov. John Lewis, XAItA CLINTON The delightful prima donna wilK 'The Girl which comes to the 3Iajestic bft Friday and Saturday of this week. KAISER AT WESTERN FRONT New York, N.Y., Sept. Paris cable dispatch to The World says: "The Kaiser reached the western ffurtt, coming through Luxemburg'at breakneck speed in a special train yesterday and has been in continuous consultation with the Crown Prince and other generals, seeking, .meana to. bring the -French advance in Champagne to a halt. "This. .comeg-, thp highest-possible njliltary source. It was obtained originally from German officers captured In the Argonne fighting. "Other information from the In the mallei Agreement ma of Lethbridge. Alberta; in favor of M, Rumely Company, and in ance of an order in that behalf made by His Honor Judge Winter, dated the of July, 1915, I will sell by Public Auction at 11 o'clock a.m: on Friday, the 1st day' of 1915, at the North-east Quarter of Section Eighteen, Township Bight, Range Twenty, west of the Fourth Principal Meridian, which is known as the W, 8. Sherd farm, about twelve miles south-east of l-he City pi in the Province of Al- berta, the following machinery: One .30 h.p. Rumely Steam Traction .Engine No. 52G5. Vendor reserves the right to bid. Terms Cash, The machinery Is second hand and is sold subject to no warranty. Dated this 18th day of September, A. D. 1915. T. .1. SIMONS. Ad No.'E. Sheriff's Bailiff. authority has It that the German loss- en In Champagne total more than 000, and that the Kalaer'a advent In that sector is ovidenc'e that the fter- mans fear disaster will overwhelm their sorely tried centre, In Artols they, have lost between and 660, "Although it is impossible to anything of the French casualties their total in known to he considerably that of the PonyExpress and Transfer COAL' C. 'O; D. Phone 632 DftAYING OF ALL KINDS We deliver Pasteurized. quarts for Jl.OO. All disease gerraa unimpaired. Atk your Grocer1 for Carlyle Brand Dairy Butler. Crystal Dairy, theme 1676. W. A, HENDERSON COY. Uthbrldga Medlcln, Hit Winnipeg .Chartered Accountantv Accountancy iu all its brancnei: Audit, Secretarial. Ad- visory, Systematizing; and Trust Work, tigatlonB, Acadl Building, Lethbr.tagi Resident R J. RITCHIE PATERSON Accountant (Sr.ot) TO KENT FOR PRIVATE'DANCES, .PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Oro'iihiT .Floftr) Apply C Wcsiley, Aeadia Block. A. EVLYN SMITH "STUDIO 306 Third Avenue 'South. APPOINTMENTS MADE. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R; Freight: Sheas. PHONES: Offke Sublet 1163 IM4 aiks u lurnw tee for M a yeUi, mill tlirrc arc VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN SON Old Sporting tioodt Stand, 5th St. E STAMPS M ado In Letlibrfdge by the Herald Job Department. Phone 1252. Pi'fnct; Albert, Bask., has contribut- ed a thousand .volunteers to the Can-' aduiti oontiiigcrits for tlie U'Olifc, ;