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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE f WO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Courage, Canada Canada is tyvomVamong the nations. We have peace within our Wrdcrs. We have leanied the lessons taught by lean times, and so are prepared to face the days ahead. Our farmers arc prospering By reason of the when; agri- culture flourishes, the business outlook is one of good hope and good cheer. .1 "industries and mercantile enterprises must suffer because of the partial suspension of trans-oceanic trade. But more" .industries will be stimulated to supply our i home demand, >vhich, MUST be satisfied. It; is a time of businesitbppqrtunity in' Canada. LET COUKAGE POSSESS. US rURXISHED Block, steam strictly modern. Under new management. From ?10 up. modern, S.'rounled storey and half unted, facing on 7th Avo. S. Apply, to Arthur, Hayr pardware 'V' Fust Made by Kitchener as Minister ofWarYestetday London, Aug 2a-5 22 p m-Lord kitchener made his first speech .as minister of war -.in- the House of Lords today.' He told his hearers that this war undoubted vould s'rain the lorees o! the bmmre and I entail bis sacrifices. He laid empha-1 sis upon "the fact that his position in tiie cabinet involved adherence to neither "party.'He "The terms on which. I am serving are the same as those under which some of the finest portions of our i manhood now so willingly are step-; pinV forward to join the colors are; engaged. That is to say, my term of oliice is for this duration of .the war, or for-three years, if the war should last longer than that. It has been j asked why this period has been Jim-j ifed. It is because ii this diuastrous' war be prolonged, and no one can foretell for a certainty its that after three years of war, others j take our places and see this j matter through. j "There will be serious conflicts j .which undoubtedly will strain thej forces pi cur Empire, and undoubted- li' considerable sacrifices to our peo- ple will entail. These will willingly be: burnt-for cur honor and for the i preservation of our position in the world, and they will be shared bv bur Dominion- who are now sending! contingents and giving assistance -oi: every to the mother country. "Our expeditionary forces have tak- en the field in the French northwest frontier and advanced in the neigh- borhood of Moas, (in "Our troops already have been lor 36 hours in contact with the superior forces of the German invaders. Dur- that th.ie they maintained the brat traditions of the British soldier anrt behaved 'ritil (be utmost gallan- try. The movements they have been j called upon to execute have been called upon to execute have been; those which demanded the greatest! steadiness ol a soldier and skill in' their commanders. Lord Kitchener alluded to Premier 'Asquith's statement in the House of Commoaa that the British trraps had greatly aided the French and had. teen able to maintain their positions in the face of fierce German attacks, i He said' he had sent a telegram to i Sir John French, the commander of i the British expeditionary forces, read-1 ing as .follows i' "Congratulate the troops on their' splendid vvork. We are proud of Continuing, Lord Kitchener pointed! but that the lighting in Europe'would i result in greater casualties than thoj campaigns Great Britain usually was j engaged in. He said ,he was sure that! 4he public was fully prepared to meet whatever losses and sacrifices their, country might have'to .face, and he pai'd a tributc-tb the readiness of the expeditionary forces and the invalu- able aid of the press and public in preserving silence and accepting the novel situation- know how deeply the French people appreciate and value the prompt Lord Kitchener 'Continued, "that we have hton able aflrjrd them at very outset ol the irXi, not only .in giving formal anH material support, but our troops piurt'obo prove a factor of high miU-' TO RENT J TO oti Avenue South-now occupied fli Valet" A. B. Stafford., Stafford Bloyk 'lT- loaso hbufe 1 rooms, must "tie preferably sns Will tvflj jears No children. Mall particulars aad lowest rental to Bos 37, Il4rald office. x SITUATIONS VACANT general sen ant Jo do plain cooking, middle aged lady erred AWI, Mrs liarnes, lioyal 'I'hoilii 1475 !H to dp. general house 4 miles east ot LeYhbrldse Ap 51 Niison, lliono II 318 Married -.'man (without clitUXren preferred) for farm and rincli work to June 1st, 1915 H A Walter. Spring Coulee mon wanted; must have little cash: money maker for. right party. Apply-at" cnce.. No other than hustlers need apply. Auto- matic. Flose Coupler Co.. Ltd.. Room 117; Sherlock Bldg Sherlock BlocK Resilience iscc Sixth Oinca houvs IMS; 1-3; ,7-8.30. OfMe phone JWKowdonce J010 _ army m its superb struggle against Vesper-ate odds, which just has ben witnessed But although that priu-jal( lege, perforce, has been denied us, Belgium knows of our sympathy with her m her sufferings and our indig- nation at the blows which haTe been inflicted upon her, and also of our resolution to make sure tbdfcnone-of her sacrifices will- have 1- ing. "fllllle other countries engaged in this war have under their system n! ____________ ami women tq learn Barber Trade Eight, witks required TO roomed cottage fully modern with gas; will rent cheap for winter. Apply JG50V 9lV St. S. or Jocatlpnb secured as soon as competent graduates niaive bib money; catalogue Jmd terms (roe Holer Barber college 604A Centio SK, pnlgary. occupancy Sept. 1st.- Rent very moderate. Seo Pamnuelo of Phone VNTFD young min about 91 years as general. assistant-for country meat and must have knowledgej.-of -the meat trade TO Five roomed cottage with gas, C52 9th St. S.; will rent cheap Glasgow.- Commerce, or phone Diamond City. Exchange. C -general seiv- TO 7 roomed cottage with gas. Apply 1213 5tU Ave. S. 4pplv In evening Mrs C J Hill 1102 7tli Ave S ii TO One sb: roomea nouse summer kitchen, chicken coop and .fire. place, 'fully modern; owner just spent over renovatins and papering; rent value 580; only 520 to 'suitable tenant. Applv next door 31S loth St. 8.f city; Alt .Canada eager for the greatest selling- -book generation. 'Modern Europe: -Causes, and Issues., of The Great. 'Thrilling illustrations Low price Best terras Ex traordinary moneyt making opportunity bplendid sample book free Win stou Co.. Llmitea, "Toronto, xx TO Cottage, modern, date, centrally located, ?15 per C. Pagnuelo Co. blTUATIONS WANTED TO Eight room House; an modern improvements. Moderate rent. Applv Standard Securities Coinpanj Suite" 115, Sherlock Bldg. housekeeper lime one cLiUt age 2 5 ears Apply 1 Oo 2nd 6 TO Five room semi modern cottage No. 628 12th Street. ?H> per month. Applv N'. B.'ViAt S. Co Room 5, Macdonald Blk. Maternity .nursing. Gopd references, given, 'terms reasonable Mrs. M. A. Mason. Warner, 'Alberta. 2G TO 5 room, fully modern cottage on.street car Sine, close in En quire 134.16th St. N. Phone S34 TCork ot any k nd by a man led man will do Lpplv Wm. Clelland.- 737 .IGth Street North TO ISO to 4SO acres in one block of good irrigated land in Coal dale district on very liberal terms. Apply Box 17 Herald. Position by -experienced stenographer in the city. Would fill vacancies for a time during holidays. Apply Box 33 Herald. G Souse with in good condition, doors from car line. ?25 per month Ito good tenant. Apply Box 82 FOUND j laid. 'i One bav gelding, five years FOR Building nowioccupied by Western Tinsmituing flra: door north of Herald, Ready now: Apply at Herald office. new scar lower part right front leg; -branded M lazy H on left hip. Notify 3. H. Mitchell, Phone 1702. Reward 520. TO Fully niouern house, -all painted and panc-re'd since last- occupied. Largo garden plot corner ive. and 12th St See owner, D c-Jton Phone WO. or 1523. On the evening of the 21st, a goid cross near llth and Gth or 7th Aye.V S. ;Finder will be .rewarded K-re'turued to Alexandra Hotel. 214 G TO 712 3rd St. South, ervicc brought their full! rooms, fully modern, furnished or :un- ro- i v-i, under nur been so compulsory resources national compelled. have a vast reserve to re- sources of both the MotherfCountry and the dominions. I "The respond which .already" has been made by the Dominions''abund- antly proves that we have not looked I in vain to these sources of military. tary significance in restricting the strength, and while India, Canada, sphere "and determining the duration I Australia, and New Zealand, are send- ot hostilities..., j ing powerful contingents, the terri- li conditions-of strategy had .permit- torials ot this country are replying led every one in this country would: readily to the stern call of duty have rejoiced if they could have been I which has come to them with such ranged alongside the gallant Belgian I exceptional force. TO 15th St N 5 rooms 329, ?12.00 per month; 415 llth St. S. Apply Mrs Burgess, 423 llth St. S. TO roomed moaern house, 516 Cth St.-S., suitaWe for purposes. Reasonable to re- sponsible: party. Apply' Co., Balmoral Bjoclr, Phone.. 1191. i i ONE OF DUNMORE HOTEL PRO- PRIETORS CHARGED WITH ARSON SUICIDED Sask., bought the Dunmpre hotel, just as it'was built, paying and spent furnishing' it; It did not prove.a money-maker and 01: June 2nd last, it burned down. The insurance company investigated with the result that the two Kohlross men and their bartender, Rodmacher, were arrested; Deceased was. a Ger- man, thirty years old. He had been in America tea years. Medicine Hat. Aug. court was called yesterday to, continue the hearing of the arson j charge against Anton and Ferdinand j Kohlross, recently proprietors oi Dunmoro hotel, and Rodmacher, their I bartender, for burning that hotel, An- ton Kohlross was missing, and' it was thought he had jumped baii. However, last evening his .body.'with brains blown out, was found in Strathcona, Park. Apparently he had deliberately got.a shotgun and shells and ended-'liis Hie. In his pocSet was a note saying that neither he nor his cousin Ferdinand had anything to do, with setting' fire; to the hotel, and "accusing the insurance company's de- tective of dragging innocent men in- to the aEair. He expressed the hope tbat the. authorities would'not pro- ceed .against.' his bondsmen (or his failure to appear: Anton and Ferdinand Kolilross, who haii kept hotel at Earl Orcy, GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area of the ''most fertile lane! in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging 'from to 530 per acre for non-irrigat- ed lands and to acre for irrigated lands. Terms, one- twentieth down, balance in 19 an- instalments. Loan for farm development up to also re- payable in 20 years. Interest .at only 6 per cent. For full particulars apply to WILSON fi. SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific- Railway Lethbridge, Alberta. turnlBuad: Earaze. very desirable pro-, tiertv SJo'p'er month furnished. Will give" ieasis to right, party. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5 Macdonald Blk. Photic 570. -100S 7th Avel S., G rooms Apply N. B. Peat TO fully Co., Room 10, Macdonald 'Blk. -Phone MISCELLANEOUS WANTS j 5x7 or larger view cam- era. Address Box 10, Herald.. rent fu'r iiic months, modern rooming house, fur- nished, consisting of 15 or 20 rooms, centrally located. Apply Box 51 Her- ald office. buy cattle. Parties hav- ing stock to sell, address letter to Box 26, Herald oliice, stating kind price, number, and post office ad- dress. TO housekeeping suite, overlooking Gait Gardens; bath, kitchen, 'bedroom and living room. ipply Room 1, Kirkham Blk., Phones 556 and 1030. FURRNISHED most comfortable, with best outlook in city. Suitable tor two. Mr. .Smith, Room 3, Union Hank Buil'ding. I MiscellaneoHS-for Sale safe in good condition size 28x33 or will exchange for any- thing of value. Apply Wilson Furni- ture Co., Phone 1023. FOR wagon, double harness, buggy and single harness.; Apply '409 Srd St. S. FOR laying hens, 50c leach; 54.50 the lot; two S.' C. White Leghorn Cocks each. Bmmerson, ISfi JHHh St. gun, No. 1'A Grade- Ithaca, double barrel, ejector, 12 gauge, 30" hurrelB. full choke, first class condition. Heavy orange lea- ther casa to fit. Outfit cost will take ?40 'jash. Can bo seen Room C, Stafford Block. WANTED TO modern small cottage or house on south side ill first class condition, reasonable rent No children. Owners only re- ply. Box 34 Herald Office. For Sale or Exchange WILL acres of No. 1 well improved land near Gladstone, with or without horses and machinery for sheep or cr.ttle. Gco. A. Young. Gladstone. FOR few first class young m'lch cows, also alfalfa hay; -will'ex- change liny for stock cattle. S. S. Dunham, Lclhlimlge. Ticlet ffice f FOR shop, two chiiira, only shop on main street .or good live town. Terms easy by the week; snap f. taken.at once. Apply Box 25 Her- ald office. Dr. Mos-se'a Indian Root Pills txactly meet the need which no often arises in every family for a medicine to open up and regulate the bowcK Not only are they effective in all cases of Constipation, but tlity help greatly in breaking up a Cold or La Grippeby cleaning out the system ana purifying the blood. In the ramo way they relieve or cure Biliousness, .Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheum- and other common ailments. In the fullest; sense of the words Dr. Morw's Indian Root Pilla are 47 SAFETY SPEED Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Lino RoyalMail Steanlcrs. Froiicli Llise to' Havre. White Star -tf'ew York and ian service. Cunard Line, New York ian service. Canadian Northern Royal. Mail Steams. Donaldson Lino to Glasgow. AncSioi- Line- to fJIiiEffow. Xorth Germaiv Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Linfcs. Larficst and Sterjmors; cheapest fares; direct sailing, Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Czor- mdnitz, KrRkan and all other-Contin- ental points, Buy your tickets where you got your tniln. C. P. R. Ticket Agent, FOK 25 prime steers ami heifers; 15 fresh and springers, 'bal- ance due April and May. .1. W. .Tolin- ston, Tabor, AUa. Sec. 17-9-15- .215-12 One electric Iron, one meat grinder and a large quantity of fruit jars. Apply Mrs. G. 021 llth St. S. Dciany, FOR (almost new) of cottage 937 7th St. sewing machine, dining table and chairs, stove, heater, double bed. and cot, rockers, heater, double bed and cot, rockers, carpets, linoioura. Cot- tfi'go for-sale or. to rent. Apply only 1018 12th SI. S. 215-li FOR Ai'felfa, 513.50; timothy" Alfalfa mixture Timothy ?15.00 f.o.b. Lethbrlclge. Kvery halo guar- anteed by the growers through their own sales office. Farm Products Ltd. W. .1. Lloyd, .Manager. Residence Phone 3C5. Phono 1017; FOR and saddle, good driving.mare, buggy and harness; 1 youiig maro and 1 cow. W. Adams, Coalhurst, south ot mine, barrel gun, must he good make and in good condition, and cheap for cash. Particulars to Box 2-1, Herald office. buy cattle. Parties having stock to sell, address letter to Box 25, Medicine Hat News, stat- ing kind, price, number, and post of- fice address. rant by experienced fanner, irrigated farm, all or part in hay preferred. Address A. Jensen, Raymond, AUa. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. E. J. Pnnuell, Koom Dominion or sheep in ex- change for 3 good Edmonton lots, val-' uc ?1200. For full particulars write L. Cannon, Lacombo, Alta. tate in various locations or oil stock in several different companies for motorcycle (twin cylinder preferred) or small car, must be in perfect con- dition. Write giving full particulars In firat letter: a square deal assured. Box 440 city. aero farm all in cul- tlvation and fenced, host sugar beet soil, for sale or trado for city proper- ty. Write to owner, John Vincent, 121 ]2th St. S.R.. Medicine Hilt. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE. IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS O'R- DERED. Professional Cafds MEDICAL OR. W. 8. QALBRAITI Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 814 Tliird AMBUS OR 9 C; Sur peon, Office at ies dcnce 5to SoVth and 7tn St eel 8-1) 13.? Phone izi; s o 01 JSye and U-piamjon Buildint Offlce hours iia to 12: E-S, evenings by appoiutuent Faonei, 341. lepldence 693 _______ Ot t-B of Col logo Pcfsi-ians Surgeons Al Snlta 316 IS, Sherlock Bldg Pbane PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Jan Haarlem a Private Hoapiial and Jlnternitr Homo M4 Sixth Avenue Eouth Pnon i "KlflPERGARTEN MISS AWE PORTEfi.nIll open a pri- vate kindergarten for a limited nunibei; of JUIdrui between the ages, of four and years A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will be included Junior and Intermediate pupils for piano 'will be ac- cepted Ca'l -or 1211 5th Ave. South on or beiore Sept 1st PR.; M. J. graiuata of Royal Collego'of Dental Surgeon! Toronto, and holder of a Dominion DcnUl Certificate Oraca Roomi 6 and e. Bryan Blosk. Phono 1071 OR L T to Courtlte and Unlvorelty of Maryland, bfflco li'ourn Macdonald Blk Phone lie Lsthb-ldgo Mti DBS. MAtSRSj-Do'ntista successors to Drs.: Stewart and Jta O'ure Hoira 9 to 6 Office fllg. Inbotham giock. .Phona'374. DR. mem- ber of Roviil Collese of Eiirgconi Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) 1900 Hours: 9-13; 1.5. Office: 6-8. Poat OfBcB Block. VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY (The.Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Blk. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Misa E. S. Cook. SURVEYING 1. F. HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlgar tlon Hydraulic Engineer.- Rooma G and 6, Whitney Block. P, O. Box Phone 104S. PUFF (Wm. M. Ed- wards. B.A.Ec., Dominion and Al- berta Laird Surveyor; Donald; A. Duff, blue print- ing, civil engineering and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Bberlock Bldg., J-ethbrldsre. AUa. d-tt M NURSING MISSION Provides visiting Tiuises for matet- nity and all medical ana surgical cases (escopt contagious sr-ii cnarge-5 according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared tor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1414 IIS Avenue South, Phone 1233. (Mist) A. M. TMley, Supervisor. M. A. MacKay, Qrad. NurM. (Miss) J. Mackenzie. Grad. Nurse. W. L. City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a Offlce. at Die "Wilson Furniture Co, 404 13th St North. Phone 1033. Residence Phone S85. Downtown office at the Lethbridge- Weyburn Realty flo.. 1173. PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7th Averiuo North. If you are considering .the purchas- ing of a monument, i'see us before vou decide. Best stock, best de- signs and best prices. Lethbrrdge MonuTnental Works 8th St. South. R. Needs, Manager. FOR SALE SPECIAL lots in" one block on water and sewer, Sth Ave.. west of 13th St., Wock 8, cost this yenr' will take for same; must sell. Apply 1212 6th Avenue South. lots on Sth St. S., in Alexandra Addition, One from sewtr, water and light; price SWo for the pair; good terms can be arranged. Apply Box 35 Her- offlce. FOR owner, choice half section 22-7-18, 10 miles N.E. Stirling, miles north Judson Siding; all fenced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at sacrifice. Send me an offer. J. Daniel Stilwe, 143S W St., Washington, D. C. BOAHD AND ROOM IIOOM AND a private home, modern conveniences. Apply 41.0 5th St. S. i'OR a good room with ail modern conveniences, steam lieat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply 7. M. C.. A. BOARD AND con- veniences; 55 per week. Apply 834 7th St. S ROOM 318 Gth Ave. A S. Mrs. II. A. Devlne. Of All Kinds, Western Transfer Co. Limited f. R. OlfiCi l, 1163 PHONES Olfico I <52 I stabloi l 1064 AUCTIONEER PIANO TUITION PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS, Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory 'exnerierice.. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Rcferencp to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. (1th Ave A South. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Granlto Vc'or'KS, of.Calgary. Offlce opposite Court' House. Phone- 561. Resl- t'enco 7th Avw. S. Phono 117G. Open day and night._________ S. Y. Director and Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, piviin iR02. nlir'it nr day. PRIVATE SCHOOL KING EDWARD'S E. C. Headmistress, Misa-V. M. Chorrington. Boarding school, for girls and youns boys. 'Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, and Bookkeeping. Write for prbs- WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND and retail.. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household -goods, etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde and Sannders. corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St S P. O. Tins 1127: Fhimn 1244. I MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO well Improv- ed farm lands.. Alberta Loan In- vestment Co., Alberta Loan Building, siii Slrppt. South. Phonn'1214. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Instl- Ktitute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and of tho'ln- tuto of Chartered Accountants in Alberta. Acadla Bldg.. Lethbrldge. WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of .Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR SERVICE We find the stenographer that suits the.position. Wo find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (Tho complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for each Remington-Junior (Has a market and flpiA of Its' own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTOtJ DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies. A. J. PASSMORE, Building, Lethorldge, Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON a COY. Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg Lcthbrldge Medicine Hat Accountancy In all Its branches Secretarial. Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Llauidations- Acadla Bulldino, Lethbrldgo Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone' 1386 Cirtful and Promp: Sorulct ;