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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1Page2 THE LETHBRXBGE DAIl&rY HERALD rWday, Aiipfiist 1, lOlli HERALD J9 ADS. - FAMOUS FOR TEST iCLEOD FIGURES IN BIG SIAMPEOE o Horses and Riders Going to \. Winnipeg-Other Happenings Macleod, Alta., July 51.-Mr. G. riirvls, representlns Guy Weadiclt. Stampede, was in Macleod today, making arrangements for the transportation of a band of Indians from this district to take part in the Stampede. There will be fifty from the Blood �Reserve, and twenty-five from the Peigan Reserve, and Chief Wolf Moc-asin better known as .Toe Healy. will have charge over all of the Indians. Besides horses for the Indians, Mr. Purvis Secured nearly a car load of �wild horses to be used in the bucking contests. Richard AVaddy, v.S.. has teen appointed to superintend the shipping of the horses; and will also help in conducting the celebration. ?Iany well-known cowboys are also going in this party, including Tom �Tbree Persons, the world's champion lider, who won this title "at the last Stamped^. Tom has been riding the worst kind of horses for the last rnonth, and is quite confident of holding down his title through this year. It Is" understood that Diig Wilson will ride again in the pony express xaces �t V^iniiipeg this .vear, J The whole party will leave Maeleod early on Saturday morning, so as to He m Winnipeg in plenty of time. 3I."iyor T. H. Stedman, who is a pergonal friend of -Mr. Weadick, has been ar)Ointed a director of the show, and V!tl\ I^ave early next week to help *4th the arrangements. . /-The Jlacleod baseball team have accepted an invitation from the Champion ^eam to play there on Friday night, and will leave here early in the alternoon, making the trip in auto-lapbiles. Only aboui half of the reg-niar team will be taken, as a hard game is not looked for. >� James Meikle, accountant of the Bank of British North America here, for,the past year, has been transferred to the Edmonton branch of that bank, and will probably leave for that point �n Mtenday. Daring Mr. Jleikle'B stay in Jlacleod he has rnade many li'lends who, although glad to see him ^t this promotion, Tftgret his departure from the town. T. A. Po-well, court stenographer, is the latest automobile owner, he hav^ liig purchased a Ford car this week. Judge Carpenter, of the Calgary Dis. ti'ict Court, and at one time of th6 Macleod District Court, is paying a visit-here this week. 'Mr. J. N. Stevens, of Minneapolis, was in Macleod on Thursday on business in connection with the estate of his brother Charles Stevens, who died here early in the year. eciAl-committee has been selected to look after the tefretihments. Arrangements have been made already for 150 couple, and although the tickets were only put on sale oa Wed-nesday_ half of them have been sold. Rev.'Edwin Smith, M.A.. the new pastor of the Presbyterian Church, arrived in Macleod with his family today, coming from Chipman, N.B. On F.'"iday eveuing the Presbyter.v of Macleod will induct Jlr. Smitli to the pastorate charge, and on Sunday ne.xt ho will conduct services in the church, for the first time. On the Monday following n reception will be held in the Town Hall to welcome Mr, and Mrs. Smith and family to Macleod. Miss Small, jV.T.C.M., has been recently .appointed organist for the chm'ch_ and from now on special attention* will be given to the forming of a good choir. Several automobile owners intend motoring to Grauum on Friday to the races. W. W. Kyle, manager of the Horseshoe Liquor store, has resigned his position to accept the managership of the leading hotel at Langdoit. -Mrs. Kyle and family will^ remain in Macleod for some time yet. Mj^. Kyle has always been very active In municipal matters, and has been un ardent supporter of the various sports, and by this will be greatly missed. His position here has been, tilled byj Paul Poplier, late president of tjiei Golden West Brewing Co., of cdlf A meeting of everyone interested in trap shooting will be held in ' the Queen's Hotel on Friday night, for the purpose of re-organizing the Macleod Gun club. This is a sport that has been sadly neglected this year> for some reason, although there are several good shots in town. The Pearce Baseball team played a friendly game with the Hudson's Bay team at the Athletic grounds tonight^ and were defeated by a score of lO-s' Although far froih big league ball, the game was full of excitement, and /was enjoyed by a fairly large crowd. It is the intention of the Hudson's Bay team to visit Taber in the near future, if a proper guarantee can be arranged. DISTRICT NEWS COALDALE Mr. and Mrs. J. Lefller and Miss Grace Leffler and three children are spending the week camping at the Waterton Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bond left for their home In Illinois last week after spend-liig a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pawson. .Mrs. George Heighes returned home last week from British Colum'bia, �where she spent two months with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Gokely. � Farmers are busy putting up hay. The alfalfa is. unusually - heavy and going up in No. X dbnditlon. ^The.Ladles' Aid has disbanded for ft- few we�ka' vacation. The last meeting beingheld at Mrs, Emde's home. -?.Iiss Paulson Is a guest of her tds-t?-r_ Mrs. Prank Knapp. The sad news reached here a week ago of.the death of Mrs. C: C. Swan-eqn at Medicine. Hat.' Mrs. Swanson made, her ijbme at Coaldale for one ypa-T .and leaves a husbaud and fnur small chlldreo. 9 piano tuner from Lethbridge was buty^here a couple 6t days last week. -Ml?s . BIberta Suggitt is visiting Jlrs.'Cokely Linton at Cowley. -Mrp. Jennie Jones is spending a few months with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Cannon at 'Spokane. Mrs. Davidson and Sirs. Pawson were Lethbridge callers Friday. The Zest of Congeniality How much more one enjoys a meal if the environment Is pleasant. This Is why you folks who board should be discriminating ir\ your selection of a boarding house. Good boarding houses, and good boarders make this page their clearing house, � 25 Words rZa cents an Insertion, 6 insertions .for the price of four Must be Paid iu Advance [ LAND FOR SALE ] FOR SALB3-6 or ton acre lots, plow-ed and Irrigated, near school to bs built at once. Just east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd ft Dcvlne, 103 Sherlock .Building. Phone 1S5S. 79-0 PGR Sale-The finest little farm In the west, 50 acres hig'niy improved, Kbotenay Valley Land, 1 mile from Elko, e.xaellent water rights and Irrigation system, all level rich black loam soil, 30 acres under cultivation; 10- acres tame liay, C acres orchard, considerable small fruit; good > two-story frame house, cement basement, go.od well, large new frame barn and poultry houses, fencing etc. Improvements cost over $1,000. One of the best places in the west for fruit, alfalfa aud poultry, beautiful scenery. Price $7,500. 1-3 cash, balance yearly. a. C. East, Elko, B. C. ISO-0 DR. Wi S. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Offlce: 914 Thi^d Avenue, � EJione 1265 : LOST-FOUND 3 LOS'T-Medium sized ioclcet with In-Itfajs S. B. M. and the Jlasonlo square and coihpass, set with chip diamonds. PhOtogr'hph inside ol: the locket. Liberal reward offered. Finder return to S; B. Mitchell, Ticket .\gent, C. P R. Depot. 187-0 LOST---V reward is offered for the recovery of 19 horses branded CPR and haltered. Return to Ready-Made Farms,' Coaldale Colony. 191-6 SITUATIONS VACANT GIRL tt'ANTED-For general work, four miles from Lethbridge. Apply Mrs. Blue, 1205 6th.Ave. S. 101-0 WANTED-Two or three progressive salesmen to work on commission; must be able to, sjjiov .results. The proposition i^ ;'^,(5^lilar and there Is a good.;bi)elUli|Sf#i,lh6 .-Fight men. Apply'fn "^MFm^y 'Igtte^^'itf *G*o. Mitford,. at.mtford &h..Cfi.'.^laMnB'' 1' WE-^4?^T J^ENs-JJcri^rn �tfife,|mr-ber trade. -EigSt' weeks r^^nlred. Situations secured. Good wages; no dull season; no strikes; cash every Saturday ni^t. _. Call or write regarding ou5^ special summer rate. Moler Barber College, 60-la Centre St. Calgary, Alta. ' 186-0 WANTED-Experienced general Servant, able to do plain cooking. .A.pply 1020 Third Ave. S. � 191-6 W.A.NTED^Gobd general servant. Apply in the moi-nings at 1-U9 5th Ave. North. .   - 192-6 WANTED-^lilarried couple for tarm^ Woman, to cook, and man to act as farm hand. Apply Sick farm. Wells Siding, Post Office, New Dayton, or Phone New Dayton BaraL , 194-8 WANTED -7-. Stenograi>her, (female) experienced, for office in city. Apply glvinj! references,- Box 3001, Post OfBce . ' ' ; l^i^ handsome silver cup to the Macleod Agricultural society to be given as a| prize to the person having the best herd of pure bred cattle at the Mac--leod Summer F.'iiir. As there -are a large number of pure bred cattle entered, the contest for the cup is sure to be very keen. W.ANTED-^Housekeepe'r for widower with two imali chiidi'eS. Afldfess''j! 'Bpodie;' Svr^et � �Valley,''ilttf.^ ^195^'2' MACLEOD Macleod; July "30. Paul fteno� �Whose pool room and flrtuteV/were destroyed by lire early In May, is fixing up the building again and la-tends to be ready for business of the same nature in the course of two R'eeks. .Dr. Warnock, M. P., of Pincher Creek, was a business visitor in MacLeod on Wednesday. Uert Sylvester, an old-timer of '�Macleod, but now of Vancouver, is spending a fevv weeks in town visiting friends. Wednesday being a halt holiday,' a l^ige number of business and profes-Bional men ol the town held a, trap shooting contest at the Macleod Gun club's trap ih the afternoon. Several good scores �were made. . , _The Calgary Brewing and Malting KINNONDALE Klnnondale, Alta., July 28.-Mrs. A. C. Little has gone to Wisconsin with her brother to see their sister. Miss M. Johnson, who is not expected to live. � ' Miss Bertha Paul Is liome from Brooks for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson have gone to Carlstadt, tp attend some.apec-lal religion^ ineetinss which are being held there. Ctongratulailons to Mr, and Mrs. Robert McKlnnon on a young son. Mr. .andyMrs: L. A. Tlbbltts  have gone :tb work on the flume, near Brooks! . � Mr. A,. Pajkejr has returned from holidaying at iJigh River, and - his brother has gone out there to work on a haying contract. ' Mr. L. R. AUMhs has gone to Nam-ak'a to cut*a .crop.of alfalfa he has there. \, . . . : . ^ Mr. t1 La^rsen is oUt from Ctares-Iwlro .doing some discing on his'home-Btead. , , We Save tljree/windraills in the district iow.l'Mr.' "T. Armstrong haying piiTchased'a .new:'pne, �  ;3dveV�l /parties from hare ' hnve beeh do^a'io,. th^^ river near the ferry, picking-ifSa-slcatoony and 'gooseberries torpt-iSisWe,'ftr llie'winter/ !- . �' RECRUITS FROM OLD LAND Ottawa, July 30.-A hundred recruit? for the Northwest Mounted Police; have been secured in England, and'are now arriving In batches. This will bring the -force up to about 750, the great bulk of the force being old country inen. P^. have presented a valuable and Wilkie. WILKIE FARIVIER SUICIDEs' Saskatoon, July 29.--According to a telephone mfeSsage received from Wllkle today, Harold Wright, farmer in the Tramping Lake district, committed _ suicide last night by taking strychiilne. .An inquest is being held today by the Mounted Police at WANTED-i-'Cotilpfefgnt Coo*. AjiiJl^ msf-H. Donnaa; 1301 � 4th'livehlie "g'. - � - � . 195-6- WANTED-A girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. Tilley 712 Third Street South. , - 195--6 WANTED-OlrP for general - work. Must understand plain cooking. Wages $35 per month. Apply 812 3rd Avenue South. 196-6 WANTED-A girl to do general housework. Apply to Box 40. 19G-7-2 W.4.NTED-Girl for general house work. No washing or Irbning. Apply to. 422 13th St. South. 196-0 WANTED-Immediately, payroll clerk -must be good writer, and quick and-accurate at figures. Knowledge of typewriter necessary. Apply, giving age, salary, etc., to Box D 3 Blair-more, Alta. , 196-6 Miscellaneous For Sale Tj FOR SALE-Separator, 36 x 60,. good new belts, to hook up with your engine; on any reasonable terms. Apply Box 3, Herald. � 191-6 FOR SALE-One 22 h.p. Advance engine, 40x64 Advance Separator. Both in good shape; also 4- work horses, $1200 takes the.lot-reasy terms. R. P. Atkins, New. Dayton. 193-12. A S.VAP-In high^ gi-ade secpnd hand upright piano .perfect tone and action. Price $125.00. -Mason & Risch Ltd., Lethbridge. 194-6 WORK HORSES FOR SALE>-Matched teams of geldings. Apply Brim-hall Bros., Raymond. 194-6 PRIVATE SALE bf household furniture, mostly new liSit tall,'living and dining rooms in-'fumed oak*, rugs utensils, etc. H. B, Crow, 802 Seventh St. South. ; �� v., . ,' 196-t6 FOR SALE-Mtlk.cows and about 150 sows and .snSall pigs. Apply Minnie Langley, Barnwell, Alta. . jlC-1 FOR SALE-Several head of fresh milk cows. W.H. Pawson jr. Coaldale. ... � : , 196-6 MISCELLANEOUS V7ANTS WANTED-A good home in, the country, with young, married couple for respectable woman as companion for young wife, husband away occasion-ally. Pleasant location, no work to do. Apply Box-13, Herald. 196-0 I l"OTS~F()R SALE ~) FOR SALE-20 Coalhurat lots, $75 each, 1-5 cosh .balance $5'per month. C. Weatley, 917 8th St, South. Phoae 715,  196-12 TO RENT 1 FOR RENT--tv-e jiave a first class room for rent with-shower bath and Plunge privilege... Apply Y. M. 0. A., corner 4th ave. and 10th st. S. 155-0 FOR RENT-^f-A -aqyen , roomed seml-nicderji house, at 1913 kh. .avenue A. N.,. lor ?}5.00 per month. Apply td Manager'Central tlnmber Co.,'' 1407 3rd'-A^eiiue''S. Phone 1?92 ' 172-M) rq'.'RENT-ln the: fIctorla Mansions, single bedrooms ivlt^ bath, alsa sult'e of � Tooms  c6ritaihifi| bedrooin ,paJ-lor and bath,' all  ceiiitletely fumlflhed. These can be rented by the-day, week, or month. For rates apply to-Man-slons' office. Third A^e,og. .. 175-0 TO RENT-A  fully'modem seven roomed house, on car*line. Decora'-] tlons and fixtures sflrst. class. . Good tupnace. Immediate iJosseasion. Bent ?30.Q^0 per.moip^th. .Phone;54S or write Box 628, City., . TT--", . ' 17&--'0 FOR RENT.--No. 12^8 Jth Avenue,, 7 room, 'fully modern furnished; JSs'.OO ier month. N. B. Peat &-Co. Phope 570: Roonl' 5, Maddonald" Block "  '  � -� � 188-12 FOR RENT-No". 811'Wtli'Si." SoutS; t'w3 roomed shack,--new, �$'5.50 per month. Apply N. B. Peat & Co. Room 5, Macdonald Block.. .^Phone: 570. 191-6 TO>vR'ENTi~-^iTnlshed!arooms in � fully, niodertt ihouse,- close 'Jo: ; Apply 652: Sth.-a^venue S,- PljPBfr-illQl.:- . .:.195-r:^. TQ rLr7-7Fur�jslie4r rmtfia -1 with all-mp^erri. .cpavesnipucep..,, Apply 419 8th !si;reet South... ^._.,;i96-6. TO., REN-T-rrSmall - Koufl^ .partly furn iahed,, .Rent $9... pe;;,i,.;[nqpth. Apply P!h0ne^l6l4, P. O. Box^^zC. . 196 FOB, RENT-House,,,7,1,2 lOth. St. .6,.. 6 rooP's, 'fully inpflerji'with cooking range. ' Will rent fo'r long term. W. Ingram; 1302 7th Avenue S. Phone 470._._196-6' FOR RBNT-^-N'o. 1219 5th Avenue A. 6 rooms, fully modern,-.good condition $32.00 per month. Will give 'lease. N. B. Peat & Co., Phone 570. Room 5 Macdonald Block. . ,, 196-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Position ify, an experienced middle aged widows lady, cooking, for a harvesting,, threshing or.'plowing .crew.  State w^iges. � Apply to Box 62,. Warner, Alta-. ' 191-6 WANTED-Suuation.,.a� housekeojper. �widow, no children. Gdpd plain cbpk. Apply Box 21, Herald O.fflc'e. 19^-6 WANTED-By experTi$ci3 flrejaan,, work on threshing or statioi>ary .engines, and -work for hafvest ftnd haying. Apply D. Hastings; 1040 8th St. E., Calgary. , 193-6- �tVANTED-Permanent DdSltloh by all rodnd good blaclcs,mith'- and (wheelwright.  Married man, steady and' of good habits. State particulars, and wages-In letter. .Apply Box 44 Herald. , , 195-6 .For Sale or Exchange - FOR'SALE OR- EXCHANGE-If ypu wish ,to exchange your;.property.-f^it Bomethiug, yqu want tp see D. L. Kim-, ball, 207-210 Sherlock Buildifig, Phone 721. ' ' � �'�"  : 133-0 AUTOSiOBILE to 'tr"ade'"for horses.' D. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock felot'k.' 181-0 FOR EXCHANGE-A four rodmed new house on 12th avenue, half block from 12th street car. New Westminster. This house has pantry, clothes closets, toilet,and bath, hot and cold watei-. Will exchange for Lethbridge property, good big work horse.s' or farm land. Full particulars on application to W. Q. Hole, ,Edmonds P. O., B. C. ' , 195-6 Business Opportunities FOR SALE-Office supply and; stationery' business. Gdod location ih Calgary, with low rent. This Is splendid opportunity to obtain, desirable business. Good reasons (or selling. Apply Stationery, 610 1st.Street Wept, Calgtti^.. /,l93-r6 $20.00 REWARD for informaUon leading to recovery of two bay geldings, white in forehead and nose; smaller one four white legs, the other white on � feet; both branded 96 on right shoulder. T. G. Reaum, Windsor Hotel. 191-6 POUND-Small black leather purse, containing money and keys. Owner call or phone a. Perrj', Dallas Hotel. ' � : . 192-0 $10.00 Reward for information leading to recovery of one light bay gelding, white star on forehead, one white hind pastern, cropped ears, branded U.L. monogram on left shoulder; vented oh left hip, had shoes on. R. J. Andrews, Taber, Alta. 194-13 LOST-Bunch of keys between freight sheds aiid Wilson's blacksmith. Find-der-please return to Herald. 194-Ox $10.00 REWARD for information' as to whereabouts of one sorrel' two-year-old mare, bald face, no brand, grey and -brown mane and tall. .,In-forip W., J. Oliver, Wlunifi;ed. 195^6 LOST-Small Maltese, ^ terrier.- dog, white, long silky hair. Finder apply 320 7th gt: S. Phgne 1423.'- 196-2 I MONEY TO LOAN ] MONEY TO LOAN-ou well improved rarm lands, -\lberta Loan and Investment Co., Alberta' Loan Build-ln!g,'5th St; South. Phone 1214. 158-H) JtpNEY TO LOAN-Private party hns money to Idah or will buy agreements of-saie. Address E. Pinkney, General delfvei-y, city;-�'�  192-6 �lcNEY >T0 LOAN-On improved farm lands, and improved and unimproved city .property. -Agreements purchased. .N. B. Peat & Co., Room 5, i\iacdonald Block. 193-6 MONEY TO LOAN-On,J|_ipproved city property only; for a teVm of two or three" years at 10' per cent interest, State security to be offered. Box 141, City.-> ' � � > 194-0 ;;;^:^;BaARI) AND^ ROQM ^J]- BOARD^^^D .IIOOM r*-,Modem Coni veuJences.r.nse ot,.i>laiio;. $5 per week. KpoXv S34-7,th ,g.t. 1238. 45-O IbARD .AND-'9O0M-- First clftsa. board and ropm. Cooking 1? all homemade and rooms are very comfortable. 1216 3rd Ave.'Sduth. 168-^0 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DIST RICT OF LETHBRIDGE. BETWEEN: � THE INCORPORATED SYNOD OF THE,DIOCESE OF HURON AND Plaintiff, PAUL HOBITZAN AND WILLIAM FRITZ Defendant. To the above-named Defendant, Paul Hobltzan: Take notice that this action has been commenced against you for the recpyery of $1204.26 and Interest, being the amount duo under a certain mortgage made by yourself in favor of Ihfe plaintiff and take notice that you'are required to enter an appearance with the clerk of this court at Lethbridge by September 6th, A. D., 1913. SHEPHERD & DUNLOP, ^ Solicitors foE the. Plaintiff. NOTICE Notice^ is hereby given that ,1 have bought out the Maple Leaf Confectionery Store belonging to P. Cotaras and will be responsible for any debts incurred after August 1, 1913 and will not be responsible for any incurred before that time. Accounts should be sent in for payment .before -August 15, 1913, ........ 19d--l GEORGE JONES. Eurnished Modern house, four or five rooms, will lease; ex-eelient tenant. Apply Manager Stai'land Theatre Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service DOCTOR (WEWBURIvPSedpath St., ___;^^efoi-e_9 a.m.; 2-3j^_7-8. "or: M^NALLY-^oIjice ""Slalfbrd Blk.; Residence 1266 Sixth -Avenue. Offlco Ijours-11-12; 1-3; 7 to 8.30; Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DRi .-c ,0. ClilAOQ-Physician, Surgeon; Aljcbutrher,'" Office at reaidenoe qornsr 6tb avenue south and 7th Street south. Hours: S-9; 1-3; 7 to 8.30; Phone 120S. DR. TULLER-Physician and Surgeon Office Macdonald Block. Phone 1316. . Residence 635 10th St. South. (Cutblll). Phone 1369. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phone, ollice 341; residence 503. pf (Calgary. Office opposite Court House;-- -Phone 561; Residence 284 7th-.Ave. S. Phon^ 1176. Open � day and'ntglit. S. Y. HURST-Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer; (Lady attendant �wheii' desired) iDdnuan block, 401 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1802; night or day. SURVEYING 3 J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlga-i tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms B and 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Bos 657. Phone 1042. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE -r-will be dosed during the summer from-Juno 27th till opening,,of Fall Term, August aeth. The-office, will ^e'open one week before that date. Watch, fpr opening announcement A. Fisheri-,- Principal. Office phono 1815; ,re5idcnce phone 1531. ^ � �� �� � ' 162-0 MRS. W. H, JOHNSON-Teacher of Piano, Harmony and Th^y/ I'en years experience, Primary and advanced piipUfi' prepared for examinations. Studio 612 16th Street South. Phono 1308. PIANO f^ING 1 Q. H, CRIPPS-Bxpert Piano Tuner, 1253 Sixth Avenue A. South, Phono 1163, Don't be flim-flammednihy'longer. Get signs that are rlglit at right pricpji' from. THE J. E. SIMONS. DECOfr ATING CO., Painting, Pa'perhnnging Kalspmlping. . Qiir'reputation for, high class work wns not inherit-', ed. We earned it. Phono 1216. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provincial ajiia city � licensed audjios^ep:"' !Salt�'"S Office 4081 AXm f PHONE Round St. J -^-r^.^ i 632 TRANSFER' J. Flgolnff, Proprietor ' TRUNKS DBLiRfBREQ j To ^ny part of the city. Furniture Removed; Coal C.O.D. CANADIAN Steanishi|)s^ i Sail from Port William at 2 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays^. Thursdays, Fridays ,and'SiituKdays.,<:i!;^'''� For Tdr-t. MWitjoll; and connecting witli ."St^apl-ship Empress" for yTm:-onto and all- points easti^^ Further particulaxa' and tickets fro:^ .any 'Gan'g/d'J-ian Pacific ."Ticket A-ffent. Depot TicketOiFfice Lethbridge Phone 512 ;