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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGR TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 1914 have Private Monies to Loan Ion Improved City Property, -STAFFORD STEWART REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 456 LETMBRIDOe News of the War Which appeared in Special Edition FIRST NEWS OF NAVAL BAHLEjrtlRTH SEA (Over The Herald's Leased Copenhagen, Aug. filing heard at various points on the North Sea today. Denmark is isolated, all railway communications having ceased. NEWS OR ACTION _ -v n London, Aug. at-Harwich telegraphs that itis in the North Sea. A -wireless message reeeived'by the'Bnlish destroyer Virago orders them to prepare'to recover'200 prisoners and wounded who are being mought in by u turpsdo boat. The third torpedo boat iloufla -nhich Jeft the harbor jester- day morning went into action immediately, and returned last night but little damaged. I The JJritislT flagship Amphion was slightly damaged. Twenty-two German and six English have been brought ashore and removed to the'naval establishment at Shot- ley. London, Aug. torpedo boat destroyers have tared and brought German Levatt liner, s; ,-j CLEANING OT GERMANY'S MERCHANTMEN _! I London, Aug. is estimated that when England declared war on Germany, there were 2000 German steamships and 3000 German sailing ships on the high seas. Englishmen feel that a good inroad on these vessels was made on the first day of war by In Addition to the_German steamer Belgia more in or outside British-posts. These .included three, Gibraltar which had valuable cargoes. London, Aug. Daily Mail publishes a dispatch from Copenhagen stating that a German squadron is bombarding Sveaborg, Finland. _______________________ the'bliia of glasses in case ultu W. 3> Armstrong name plate Finder return to 520 ISth St S. or Herald office. grey gelding brand- ed on left hip, on July 24, from Stafford ViHase ?5 rewarji if return- ed to S. CANADIAN PACIFIC EDMONTON EXHIBITION August SPECIAL FARES Going dates, Aug. Sth-i4th.j 'Return limit, Aug. 3.8th. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Lethbridge School Dis- trict No. 51. Tenders forCos! Tenders will be received 'by the undersigned up till-noon, August 12, 1914, for the supply of coal to the schools of the' abore district for the year commencing Sept. 1st, 1914. Coal to. be .best'.-quality; screened, free from other impurities. Any further information may. be ob- tained at the Manual Training School, 5th-Avenue South. 198-HJ. Secretary-Treasurer. ITALY MAY DECLARE WAR ON AUSTRIA NOW (Over The Herald's LeaSed Wire) London, Aug. has sent an ultimatum to Italy. NEWS BELIEVED-IN-LONDON London, Aug. Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Paris today states that Germany has sent an ultimatum to Italy saying that unless. Italy supports her allies, war on her will be declared. The "Telegraph" in a late dispatch today, says it is believed in diplomatic circles that Italy is on the eve of declaring war on Austria. Italy's alliance with Austria was never popular with Italians..' The two peoples in their aims and aspirations" as regards Asiatic affairs and the Balkans are notoriously ir- reconcilable, the "Telegraph" says. REGARDED PROBABLE London, is reported that Germany' has sent an ultimatum lo Italy. The report laclis official confirmation but is regarded here as not improbable. GLACE BAY STORY FICTITIOUS Halifax, report origin- ating in Ottawa to the effect that a Britain; la evidently without founda- tion. There'Tiave been rumors of a TENDERS HAT. Tenders by ,the undersigned 'up to August loth, 1914 -for the supply of about 275 tons of flrst class, Timothy Hay, delivered in hay. sheds of .the Gait Ivo. 3 and No. 6 mines, as required. Tend- ers may be for' the whole or any liart of the above qnantitj-. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LEWIS- STOCKETT, Oen. Supt. Coal .Mines Branch, D.N.K., Can. Calgary. .Alberta. THE SUPREME FQR. now.' occupied by Western.' Tinsmithing y firs, door h'prtj of Herald. ..gjadj.v now. Apply C. VTalsh on pr.euiises., ..188-lrrO ALBERTA German cruiser was shelling Glace the aim to destroy Canad-1creflence by well tan wireless connections with locality. German cruiser off the Nova Scotia they are not given much posted people CALLFOR CANADIANS Ottawa, Aug. were issued this afternoon for the en- listment and mobilization t at Quebec of a Canadian army div1 isibn numbering approximately men of whom about 000 will be infantry and the rest artillery engineering corps, signal corps and the other branches of the militia service connected with active service regulations for a'British' army division. The enlistment will be 'absol- utely volantarily for all ranks Sittings of the Supreme Court 'of. Al- berta, Apellate Division, and for'the trial of causes. Civil and Criminal, and for the. hearing of motions.-, and other civil business, will ba hold and placenta- 191-W915. When .the date set for.-the opening of a: Court or Sitting Is a-, holiday, .such 'Sitting shall.commence on the shch'.hollday.- sittings of the Supr.sme Court, Ap'pel-1 late Tuesday, in September and January'1 and' April. v in Nov- ember and fourth Tuesday in ..Febru- ary and third Tuesday-in-May. Tor Trial of Civil Non-Jury Causes ED.MONTQN Second Monday in Septe'inher and each Monday thereafter except during va-_ cation. For Trial of Civil Jury Causes EDMONTON-AND Fourth Tuesday Tuesday in April. For Trial of ail .Criminal Causes Edmonton and Calgary.. First .Tues- day in October; second Tuesday in January; fourth Tuesday in March and second Tuesday in Wetaskhvin. Fifth Tuesday in'Sep- tember and fourth Tuesday in Febru- ary. Red Deer. Third Tuesday in Septem- ber and first Tuesday in February.' Medicine Hat. First -Tuesday in No- vember and second Tuesday in Starch. Macleod. Fourth Tuesday In Octo- ber, and-flrst March. Lethbridge. Fourth Tuesday in Sep- tember and second Tuesday In Feb- ruary. .For Trial of all Civil Causes, Wetaskiwin. Fourth. .Tuesday in November arid third Tuesday in May. Red Deer. Second Tuesday ib'Nov: ember and third Tuesday'' in March. Medicine Hat First Tuesday in' De- cember'and fourth May.' Macleod. First Tuesday in pecem- ber and fourth'Tuesday in May. Lethbridge. Third Tuesday in De- cember and in -May. Dated at''Edmonton, Alberta, thfs 4ta day of July, 1914.' J. D. HUNT, AD No. Y3 Inspector of Legal Offices it is provided; that m the case of .whole regiments or companies their unity will be preserved as far as possible. Enlistment will start at once at (he various military centres and will be in charge of the district offic- ers .commanding. CANADA PROTECTING HER OWN SHORES Seattle, Aug.. power- ful for. the Chilean navy have been Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt SirvloV B. C., under their own steam last night. They are each 150 feet long and of 420 tons. Ottawa, Aug. Up to n late hour this evening no confirma- tion of ihc sheiiing of Glace sold lo the Canadian govern- Bay by a German cruiser had ment and proceeded to Victoria i been received. ror Harris, ewe -Q Bi Bosnian Agency boUeeu hours cfefram) 1 TO BENT J Blaclijbwrne t Aendla Block, !or list ot houses to rent, rang ing from to jit fro -_ TO room hilly modem cot tage on street car la En quire 134 11 th St N, Phone J34 or 363 FOR SALE OR of large 'boarding, .and' rooming house, close rooms rented; .house rent Is reasonable; furniture can -be rented or bought on, easy pav meats Box 3 Herald TO large store building, en uato 13th St. and 6th Ave. S. Full basement in connection. Suitable for almost any, business. Apply 315 5th St. S or Phone 1110 __ TO 160 to 480 acres in one block of good irrigated land in Coal dale district on ierj liberal terms Apply Bpx, 17 -Herald. 0 TO in fully modern house, suitable for ...two ,per- sons Board if desired, close to cir line Reasonable Applv 934 7th St South TO RENT OR FOR live roomed fully modern, cottage with full size basement, partly furni'shed Applj 918 10th St S TO roomed modern house with gas, in good 3 doors from car line s'o per month to good tenant Applj Bos 32 Her aid TO room fnUy.-modern..cot- tage on street car line close in En nuire 1348 16th" St'N. Phone 334 or 353 TO furnished bed- room in modern residence on .car Ine, near 12th St. Board may ranged. Gentleman Preferred.. Apply 1212 6th Ave. S. TO .or two nicely fur: nished rooms, good location, rent rea- sonable; use .of phone. Apply'-Bos 5, Hera'd TO in modern house to rent, reasonable, newly decorated. Apply: 313 6th Ave..A South. .Phone "20. TO wittjho't and cold water. For two gentlemen, close SIS'8th St. South. T.O suite over- looking Gait kitchen, bedroom, living room; furnished.or unfurnished. Apply -Room 1- Kirk- ham Block, Phones ajS.or 1030. 20D-6 TO' 1st' Ave A North; fully niodern 6 roona. house. Apply Alberta Loan Investment Co. TO' .-modem house, all' painted and. papered last occu-. pied. 'Large garden; plot corfler 7th Ave. and 12th St. See owner, D.-H. Elton, Phone 490 or 1523. NEWLY FURNISHED.AND DECOR- ATED TWO, THREE ANU" FIVE ROOMED SUITES FROM S18JJO -TO 'PER MONTH'f SINGLE BED- ROOMS FROM FREE' LIGHT, HEAt AND WATER IN THE COMMODIOUS AND UP-TO- DATE VICTORIA: AVENUE'SOUTH. APPLY .'AT OF- FICE. TO 3rd SL-South, seven rooms, fully modern, funiUiied or un- furnislied; garage, very desirable pro- perty. 540 per month furnished. Will rive lease to right party. 'Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room a ilacdonald Elk. Pbime S70. TO 5th Aye. South, ;7 rooms, fully modern, .hot water. heat- Ing, good lawn .and trees, .also stable and chicken house; ?30 per month? will give lease. Apply. N. B. Peat Co., Room Macdon'ald Block. Phone 570. PROPERTY FOB SALE FOR the lols.I am'sellhig In North Lethbridge, to Westminster. 510 cosh; 55: month: ly. Money to loan for building! This Is your opportunity. M..-Gillelan, 1222 Third Ave. S: FOR owner, choice half section 22-7-18, -ten, miles N.E. Stir-' ing, 3% miles from biirn line. AH'fenced and level. 100 acres ploughed. Will sell sacrk fice. Send me (in offer. J. Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W Street, Washington, D. C.. BOARD AND ROOM FURNISHED central lo-, cation and rates to suit all from per month. By day, week or month... Southard Block, 3rd Ave. S. FOR a'good room with modern conveniences, steam" Bhower Baths, plunge, etc., 'apply, V.' M. A. BOARD AND con- veniences; 55 per week. Apply 831 7th SL S Bailiff's Sale Haying seized-under the School' Law from Theo. Poole, the property: One top buggy to be sold to tho "highest bidder (it -not sooner paid) for taxes, at ray residence; N. W.'4 of 2M-12, West 4tli, on. Wednes; day the 12th day of August, 1814, 2 p.m. AUGUST HBLDERO, Treas., West Butte S.D. No.- rraiter, one who has just, lolt preferred Reply stating ago and salary expected to Box 9 Herald office .want forty, naryest ani farm lmndskper day, also miners Calgary, Alberta _ girl for light house work and "to help with bato Apply 1S13 Fifth Ave. S. a njonth or perhaps longer, a good plain cook Apply be- 7 and 8 o clock In (he evenings to Mrs L M 1280 4th Aienue S W for Hudson School District No 230T to commence September four months Salarj {65 pljT mohth Apply to John R Lake, Alta 198-6 1 competent male stenographer about 18 or 20 years old Also. bSght.. off ice boy. Apply Super- InWnBenta office, C P rj depot 197-6 men wanted, musii' llltle eaih, money maker fof3right party Apply at'once No other than hustlers need apply Auto- malic Hose Coupler Co., Ud.. Boom 117, Sherlock Bldg. ______ teacher for school First or second class certificate. Apply before August 5th stating salary and experience. School commences. Aug. 17th. P. W. Hunt, Noble S. D., No. 2243. Alta. I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SEWING. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right Mrs E J Fannell, Room 41 Dominion Bldg good sizeu rooms, double, or joining, for girls' rest room and-library, in private in. Address TV. C. Club, 624 8th St. South Miscellaneous for Sale FOR timothy- Alfalfa'mixture 111; Timothy 115.00 f.o.b. Lethbridge. Every bale guar-. ahteed 'by the growers through their own Farm Products .Ltd. J. Lloyd, Manager. Phone 1017; Residence Phone 365. FOR lots In Block 23, Duff, at ?300 each; terms. R. V, Gib- bons Co., Balmoral Block. Phone 1191 FOR -lot and shack, -415 19th. St. North; Lot--'40x140; Price J300. Apply R., Mercer, 416 19th .St. North..- FOK Eagle restaurant, First St'.'i iS'beds 'complete; all cooking 'utensils and store' rbom in kitchen, dining room complete with tables and: chairs; girl's room and my own, arid -.organ reservr e'd: -Cost me will sell -for cash. "John Johnson, Box 168, Coleman, Alta. OH A quantity of first class bu'sehdlif furniture; 'cheap for cash. FOH ti Apply St. S. FOR one good awning complete, 'used but one summer; will sell for one half its original cost. Mason Risen Ltd. FOH second hand Pian- ola in 'perfect'condition, with bench to snap at.5100.. Mason Hisch Ltd. FOR good second hand "Upright -piano in mahogany case; a snap for some. one. .Mason Hisch, Ltd. FOH two good second hand organs, per month. Mason Risch Ltd. FOR slightly used 88- note Player Piano, bench and music, ail as good as new. Regular price 5800, will sell at.5500 and easy pay- ments. Mason Risch Ltd. p For Sale or Exchange FOR SALE OR hay Cellar Fence Posts. Write K. Popoff, Sjocan Cily, B. C. WILL land or implements (have complete for sheep. James Myers, Bowell; Alber- FOK BALE OR h.p. touring car, 5 seat, in good running order, good make; 5500 or will ex- change .for real estate in the city. Box 28 Herald. MONUMENTS If you are considering the purchas- ing of a monument, see us before you decide. Best stock, best de- 'signs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental Works 3th St. South. R. Needs, Manager. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses lor mater- nit3- and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of tbfc patient. Poor patients cared lor free of charge. Graduate nurses Tor private duly also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1414 7tu Avenue South. Phone ,1233. (MIES) A..M. Tllley, SupervUor. (Miss) M, A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie. Grad. Nurse. Professional MEDICAL OR. W. 8, Surgeon, Accouoher Houn pm. Office 914 Third Pho R NcNACLY-W Sherlock Residence 1266 B'xth Avenue. kourt 11.J2; 1 3; 18 M9. Hesldenco 1090._____________ R- C. C. Bur seoo, Accoucher Office at renounce corner Arenue South and 7th Street South. Houn: M: 14; 7 to 8 so rnoM DR. Eye. Now and Throat; Dominion Building. Office Hours 130 to 12! 25: evening! by appointment Phonea, office 841; residence 593. 03TEOP4THIC PHYSICIAN) DR. L. B. of Col Physicians ana. Al- berta. Suite SlG-lg, Sherlock Bldg. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth 6oiith. phone 74R._______________ TO THE ;LADIE8 OF LETHBRIDGE I wish to. announce that I represent the Spirella Company of Canada, and respectfully solicit vour patron age for world-wide'famous corsets made hy atiove company Call or send card to 313 5th Ave. Mrs. M. 8 Turley LOTS FOR SALE "Graceful as a Swan" and ".'as'safe as a Rowboat." These are a feyr.ot.the com- ments on 16-ft, H. W. Model, Old Town CAMQE deiHwistralte to .you. the beauties of. tills canoe with a keel Also the Sponson, unsiukabla model. WILL HAYJER Local Agent. Street South Or.. Rhone after .6 p.m. i Qi AllKii t 'v lira. 462 Stable! I Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Line HoyaT Mall Steamers. French Line to Havre. White .Star New York and Canad- ian service. Curiard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal .Mail Steamers. DoctildBon Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. North German Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines, Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp and I-Iambuig connections, Czer- monitz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B.-MITCHELL, Q. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. .DENIAL DR. M. J. OIBSON-Dentm, at Royal of Dental Toronto, sat bolder ot a Dominion Denial Certidctte. Office Rooms 8 Bryan Block Phong 1071. OR. L T. to On, Courllco and Greduata Unlveraltjr of Maryland. Office houni Mnqdonaia Blk.- Phone 116B, DRS Dentists to Dn.; Stewart and Me- Clure Hours I) to S Office, HI: Inhotham Block, Phpio 374. DR E. G. SIMMONDS-Lontlit, mem. ber of Royal College of Surgeons, Licentiate Royal College of Phynicikus (London) LD3, 1900. Hours- 9-18; IS. Office: 64, Pott Office Block VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY (Tho Natural System o[ Treatment for Nervousness, etc) Number 15 Hull Bltt. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily; 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss B S Cook SURVEYING J. F HAMILTON, B A and Alberta Land Surveyor, Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer Room! C and e, Whitney Block. P. O Boi Phone 1042 DUFF A M Bd- wardi. BASc. Dominion and At- oerta land Surveyor, Donald A. Duff, C B blue print- Ing, civil engineering and land isnr- veylng Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg. Lethbrldire Alta. d tf MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R E. McARTHUR, A Mem Can S. C. Yard Sewerage Systems Water Supplies. Irrigation Works, 'Surveys, 'Plans, Estimates, etc. 104 Sherlock Bide AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales ot Ml .kinds.. conducted on reasonable terais.: Live stock .and farm sales a Office tho Wilson' Pnralttire Co., 18th St, Kortli. Phoiie 1023. Residence Phone -683. Dowhtonm offlco at :lhe Lethlbrldge- Weyhurn ncnlty DoT. Phnt-e 1173. .PIANO TUITION 'J PUPILS FOR Kay; 1401 7th' Averiiie Norm. L PIANO TUNING S. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and-.Organ 20 years factory, experience.' 'Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Reference, to the leading musicians of the city. -Phone 11C8. 1253 6th Ave A South. UNDERTAKING: T. S. Director and Embalmer; also the Somervillo RIarble and "'Qranif.a Works, of Calgary. .-Office-opposite Court Ilouse, Phone E61: Rest dence 284 7tk Avo. S. Phono 1176. Open day and night S. Y. Dlrectftr'anil Embalmer. 411 6th Street South, phono 1 yn-2. nig'jt qr flay. PRIVATE SCHOOL KING EDWARD'S; Cran. broclr. B. C. Headmistress. Miss V. M. Cherrington. Boarding -school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping, .Write for pros- nentua. 138 n r WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN .AND and retail All .varieties of bay: timothy, alfalfa, mixed hay, upland hay, oat.ha'y.and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for cellar ejrare for rent. Hyde and Saundefs, corner 2n'l Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box n27. .Phone .1244.' I MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO well Improv- ed farm Innds. Alberta Loan In-, vestment Co., Alberla Loan .Building, Bill Street South. Phono 1214. ACCOUNTANT W D of tho Inatl-. stltute of Chartered Accountants oi England, and and of the In-; tlito of Accountants In Albc-rta Acnilla Bldg.. Lethbrldgo. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR SERVICE find the stenographer that suits the position. We find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. (has the 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 of Its THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything in Typewriter Supplies. A. J. -PASSMOREi Building, Lethorldje, Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON. COY. Chartered-Accountants Winnipeg Lethbrldje Medicine' Hal Accountancy in all Its branches Audit, Secretarial, Ad-.. Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Acadl.l Dulidlnn, Lethbrld'ca Resident R. J. P.ITCHIB PATERSON, Chirtered Accountant (Scot.) ;