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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1KB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. DECEMBER i, 1914 The Market Place for Famous for Bringing but Little-Try them and be Convinced First Entertainment in the New Go to School Library St. Basil's spacious auditorium was the scene last night of the annual Separate school concert, and thR hall oi the new school was practically fir.cil with an interested and appre- ciative audience, there some 300 people present. The program was of an excellent oruer, and was arranged by ths Sis- ters, .Sister livers being iii charge of the training, which showed mark- ed signs of patience and effort. Each member followed with alacrity and despatch, there being no delays what- ever between the numbers, so that fifteen numbers and some encores were completed by. ten o'clock. The first number, an "entree" was] Caivini's La Chasse aux Gazelles; played by the Misses M. Delay and i JI. "Bakos, first piano, and the Miss-j es Pracht and Deegan, second piano.j This was followed by a pat nolle i chorus, "Soldiers of Canada" by Godfrey, sung with great feeling and f We'Are ''Located In the Royal Bank Building, Third Avenue are ready to fill your orders fqr General Job Printing The ONLY House south of the C. P. H. Main Line Manufacturing RUBBER STAMPS OUR SPLENDID LINE OF Private Greeting Cards Second to None. We Print and Deliver In 'a few Houra AND SEE Lethbridge Quick Print Royal Bank Building Telephone 1151 and we will wait on. you. Bice The Misses K. Pisco, K. Popson, M. Wilson, M. Baicson, T. Fitzpat- rick, B. Lloyd, M. Lovas, D. Noel, i Ml M. Vaselenat, sangk- "Little Housemaids" scng, and -v the Misses Audet. Lloyd and NoM, first piano, anj the Misses Maples, Fitzpatrick 11. BaKos McCormaek E. .Pracht V. Popson CHORUS OF CHILDREN Biru Wilson tind second piano.ithen I piano, Misses Delay, Bateson, Noel; played the duet, "Pearl by 3nd piano, Misses E. 1'etronia, M. Wyman, followed by the chorus, "Ev-j Bakos, Dcegan. ening Bells." The remainder oi the Owl Critic Nic': prcgnir.-. as tollows, "The A. Hasulak, C. Miron, U. Critic" and "The Violet be-[ IMachak. ing sketches which showed dramatic; Duct and the Double ability among the younger school piano, Misses M. children. The Zee" 131. Bakos; 2nd piano, Master H. was very amusing and called forth an j Audet. encore. Dainty haitf printed programs I Comic Song "Medicine were supplied ior th3 convenience oi Master atcphea V'ascicnak. IE FOR SALE 18 head of Thoroughbred Ram- feoufiiftt Rimi In good condition for brttdlng purpotci. Price per head See or. write: B.C.. Harvey Breeder of and Dealer In Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA. I'll lummon the wiltw or othir thit needed for the hotel or home. TAX NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Tues- -Jny, December 1st, is the last day on vhich Taxes can be paid to receive G ler cent, discount. R. C. FAHllIS, City Treasurer. Germany and Austria Make a Britain Acquiesced New York, Dec. Depari- ment of State has undertaken to the audience. The proceeds oi the. Lily and the Ross take charge of the interests of Ger- concert wi ment oi be toward the establish- Senior Girls. school library. THE PROGRAM THE VIOLET SELLERS Cesare.............................. V. Galivan >fanna ___-........................ M. Popson man and Austrian subjects in. Uan- piano, Miss-! t0 a letter.received by es N. Cunningham, M. Bakos 2nd piano. Misses Hakos and M. Delay. "Zuyder Story of the Flag. God Save the- King. Very Low Fares fn connection with Excursions to Old Country Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. Stoll information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. 3. MITCHELL 1 C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. 'Or write R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. I Alberta AVinter Fair CALGARY, DEC. 8-11 1914. Arthur von Brisse-n from Acting Sec- retary of State'Kobcrf Lansing. Here is Sir. Lansing's, letter to Sir. von Bricsen "Department of State, Nov. 21, 191-1. "Arthur von "Care of Bricseh and: "25 ilroad St., New YorK, Department has receiv- ed your letter of November 13, mak- ing certain suggsstions with .regard NOTICE FRANK TAYLOR ormerly of'Lucky Strike In the Pro- vince of Alberta Take notice that an action has-been ommenced against you at-the. suit of rthur L. Colby for the. recovery; of 333.70 and interest being tie amount ue on a Promissory Note dated April ,h, 1914, and made by you In favor of the said Arthur L. Colby. And further, take notice that vou are required to enter an Appearance or Demand of Notice with the Clerk of the District 'Court at Letnhridge, Alberta by December 21st, 1914. Shepherd, Dunlop Rice Lethbridge. Alberta.' Solicitors -for Arthur L. Colby. Professional r MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Miss K. M. Holmes 'graduate Of the Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute., Medical Siassnep and Electri- cal Vlbnitbry and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham poolng Treatments given by ap- polntmcnt only; Hpom 3. Hull Blk- HOSPITAL lAMAWANTAtt (CopyriiM. ml, Ij, fonts Portir.fl Words, 25 cents an Insertion. .insertions for the price of Four. .MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT to do housework. Ap ly after six at 416 13th St. S. 23B-1 Approved; J. A. J. Ad. No. V J Bight Mile. Lake, bay filly, two years, white star on forehead, branded HB (monogram) on right jaw. Also roan helier calf, same brand. Jo.fbr return of.either. Reward for information. W. A. Ham- ilton Son, B.W. 27-9-21 W. 4. Phone Rill, Lethbridge. 29S-3 gold chain bracelet; find- receive reward toy leaving same at 6.30 llth St .S. 13th St. and 4th Ave. a purse containing sum of money. Re- ward on returning to Herald office.. Escaped from C. P. H. station, Lethbridge, Nov. 19, -u the. relief and .protection of Uei- anu 'Bray collie, white breast man and Austrian subjects in K d cnu Binder B ibob-tailed brosvn ell :1" ada bv the consular Uatei States- the CHEAP FARES FROM ALL STA- TIONS IN ALBERTA ONE WAY FIRST CLASS FARE FOR HOUND TRIP Going Dates Dec. 7-10 Final return.limit Dec. ,14th, 1914. Further information from any Agent or.write' K. DAWSOJV District Passenger Calgary. is .proper to at the requests of the' German.and Austrian and with the acquiesence of the British. Govem- riient, the United States has consent- ed to take charge of the interests of the subjects of Germany and tria in Canada and other :British" ter- ritories id precisely the manner.'in- which it has assumed charge of the interests of Great Britain in German anil Austrian dominions "In fulfilment of -the trust- thus undertaken, the department will be guided by the wishes of the gpvern- ments concerned based upon such m- c Lethbridge bay- mare, 6 years old, about 1380; 15M, hands, heavy mane and tail, small star in forehead; wire cut on left fore leg, gear backward J; no brand. Reward for return to J. L. Shrunjm, Coildale. men at once, to occupy first class rooms with ell modern con veniences at per month; also lighl housekeeping suites. Apply 323 llth SL South. SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper or "general hoiise work by widow with one child. Apply Mrs. Haskoll, Ken- nes. Alia. 6 WANTED Everybody to the Range that I am giving away. C. W: GRAY, Hardware Store TO RENT MISCELLANEOUS WANTS class board and room by office man.: tVillirig to pay first olaas price. Address Box 43 CANADIAN '-.V: PACIFIC CAIN ADI AN PACIFIC Excursions to 'Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States TICKETS ON SALE TO EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Dec. 1 to 31, 1914 (Limit Three Months) TO 6REAT BRITAIN, Daily from Nov. 25 to Dec. 31, 1914 (Limit Five Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP IN COMFORT iStandard and Tourist Sleeping Cars; Observation Cars, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES UNITED STATES EASTERN CANADA Toronto, Hamilton, Saraia and Windsor Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and Ottawa Quebec..........r SL John and Moacton Halifax Low fares to other- Eastern Canada. Minneapolis and St. Duluth Chicago Kansas City...... Paul. Low "rates 'to other points in Nebraska, and Wisconsin CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Represent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Further information on ail eicursions from S B Mitchell, Depot Ticket Agent; or R. DAWSON, District Herald. purchase quarter or tarnation as may be suppl.H b) the half section good farm (and, clea diplomatic sad cpnsularjdices of this government. thanKing jou lor the (ormaticfl you have iurnlshed the -Department' cannot undertake to discuss mth. private individuals th-s course which it may pursue .in the exercise oi its good offices m behal of other governments whose .interests are temnoranlv unJsr its protection I am, sir, 'iour obedient servant, "nOBERT LANSINU, "Acting'Secretary oj State Mr. von Briesen had written to t-he State Department suggesting the need for relief and protection ,of Ger irians'and the Dominion. CANADIAN PACIFIC TO EXCURSIONS Eastern Can. andUnited States On sale Mcember 1st to December 31st, 1914. THREE MONTHS LIMIT VtftYt LOW FARES TO Sarnla, Winoaor, Mont- ftll, Ottawa, Belleville, Kingston, St. John, Moncton, Halifax and all other points In Ontario, Quebec' and Maritime Provinces. REDUCED RATES TO points In Central States, Including Minneapolis 8L Paul, Duluth, Chfcaso, Kansaa City and other points. CHfAP BAIL PARES. IN CONNECTION WITH TRANSATLANTIC LIMIT 5 MONTHS. All further information from any Ticket Agent, or R. Dawaon, DISTRICT CA_LOARY BANKER'S WIFE DEAD Vancouver, B.C.; Nov. Sweeney, the, wife T of .Campbell Sweeney, head of the. Bank of-Mon- treal in British died last night. SALTS FINE FOR ACHIffG KIDNEYS We eat too much meat, which clogs Kidneys, then Back hurts and Bladder bothers, you. Most folks forget that the kidneys, like the bowels get sluggish ana clog Bed and need a flushing we have and dull mis- ery in the kidney region, head aches, rheumatic twlneet, torpid liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and all eorts of bladder disorders 1 ou simply must keep your kidneys ictive and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain in tUe kidney region, get about four of Jad Salts from anv good dree store here take a tablefjpoonfu! in a glass of er boCore Breakfast for a few i days and your Mdnevs will then act fine This famous salts is madp from the acid of and iemon juice, com ullli llthia, and it harmless to Hush clogged kidneyi and stimulate :hem to normal activity. It also Tallies the in so it no onger irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Baits is harmless; inexpensive, makes a delightful effervescent lithln- water drink which, everybody, should take now'and then to their kid- ieys clean, thud avoiding eerious com- plications. A well-known local druggist be sells lots it Jad.Salts to'folks who be lleve in overcoming kidnoy trouble while it Is only trouble Sold J D. Hleinbotham Limited. title, giving In payment a few located Lethbridge Iota and balance n cash Apply R V Gibbons, Bal moral Block. TO fruit land near Victoria, fine 'piiinate, suit- able'for growing fruit, poultry. Trade for farm Improved city trade everything" Wittichen Real Estate Calgary, Alberta. WINTER and Oliver can accommodate or 300 iiead more on their farms at-Iron of watert land fenced, man in: attendance and can feed 1C severe weather sets in. rlave also several straw stacks. Se- cure this before Dec. 1st 'Phone 48: R.. C. -McClure eight room- ed, house, furnished. For particulars apply H. V. Gibbons Co. Z98-0 TO flat on Dec. 15th in the Victoria Mansions with private entrance on 10th St. South. ;ontainlng two bed rooms, dining room, ;bath room and kitchen with ras: range, all modern improvements at moderate rental; also one furn- ished 'single bedroom with bath and. Tee use of community kitchen, very uiitable for lady. Apply quick to the Victoria Mansions Office, 3rd Avenue B., phone 636. TO furnished bungalow 7 rooms with all modem conveniences a .very comfortable home for the win ter centrally located, corner Thltx Avenue and Tenth Street South. Ajv ply to the Victoria Mansions Office phone 636. 298- PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's PrlTOto Hospital and maternity Home. 1824 "n Avenuo South. Phone ART EMBROIDERIES ___J MISS FILMER'S SHOWROOM is now at 1110 3rd Avenue South. Lessons given. .Hours 2 to 0 p.m. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right, Mrs. B. J. Pannell, Room 41, Dominion Bids. MEDICAL OR. W. 8. Physician. Surseos. Accoucher. Hours nT p-m- 0" Third AV6UU9. __ OR. )oa Sherlock Ulook. Residence lass Sixth Avenue. OUIcs nours 11.12; 7-8.30.' Offl'je phone flu; Itesldenco 1090. US. C. C. I'hysiclan, Bur- geon. Accouchor. Offlce at residence cornur 5ti Avenue South and 7th Stroot South. Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to S.3U. Phone 180B. _ R. Ear, Eve, Nose and ihroat; Dominion Building. Office hours _10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; oveninga by appointment. Phones, ottice 341, residence 593. L. DENTAL EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook.-B. C. Headmistress. Miss V M. Cherrinston. Doardinj; school to gtris and young boys. Bracin mountain climate. Fall High Schoo curriculum.- Shorthand, Stenograph and Bookkeeping. Special attentio' given to Drawins, Painting, Sketch ing from nature, etc. Writo to prospectus. ________257- ELECTRICIAN w7 L. .McKENZIE 4 Co. Electrica Dealers and Contractors. Phono 637 706 Third FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Plloni write or wire us for special carload quotations. The Lethbridge Wey burn Co., Limited, Commission Mer chants and Implement Dealers, 3262 1st Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 1173. ___266-0 TAILOR AND FURRIER FURS CLEANED, dressed and alter ed and repaired.' Cleaning, pressing and repairing'of all kinds. Special attention given to; out of town ord- ers. Suits made to measure. "D The 410 5th St. S. Phone 1666. Lethbridge, Alta. RENOVATING DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD clothes. Mrs. Owen Sullivan'will keep them in perfect condition from hat to hoso at small expense. Ex- pert mending and remodeling. Pack- ages called for and delivered. 1238 3rd Ave. South. TO pasture, section tim othy stubble hay, and water. Close to city. E. J. Pardy, box 1075, Loth bridge_____________________ TO farm, good new buildings, some hay, 4 miles south of iCoaldaldj Also good sevea roomec iouse on 3rd avenue. Also winter pasture with water near Lethbridge iprses preferred. C. R. Daniel. 298-6 TO six roomed modern house, 13th St. S., per month Apply to K. D. Johnson, liaisons Bank WHEN YOUR Plumbing, Heating or Gas Fitting systems need repajnng or attention of any kind, send for us. We can put them in first class working or- der. Tne Standard PlumNng to. KNAPMAN Phones: Office 6 p.m. 1892. 322 Sixth Street South, Opposite Herald TO house, fully equipped, and ready to occupy. Will rent for board and room. If interest- id phone 1402 or 1338 after 6 p. m. TO four roomed house on 18th street north. Also at reason- able terms, 6 room fully modern house on 13th street south, with gas; vacant Dec. 16. For -full particulars apply 429 ISth St. or phone 539. 297-6 TO roomed .house or 6 roomed cottage; modern convenien- ces, also gas. Apply'329 llth St. S. TO furnished rooms for light housekeeping. in fully moderp house; also one furnished bedroom; rent reasonable. Apply 508 5th Ave. S. or Phone 1661. BURNISHED conven- iently situated to depot and business quarter, modern, very comfortable and reasonable rental. Miss Smith, Room 3 Union Bank Building. TO modern 7 roomed house, close in. Will give lease for any length of time; also one furnish- od room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. 'A or .Phone 720. Miscellaneous for Sale FOR TRADE OR halt section 12% miles from good town, 140 acres summar fallow, 20 of stub- ble, '50 .acres fenced for pasture, 16 x S3 plastered house, frame stabling for 30 head; hored well; soei! water. For .particulars ajiply to the Despatch, Strome, Alta. OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentlst, graauatd Of Royal College of Dental Toronto, and holder of n Dominion Dental Certificate. Offlce: Rooms B ond 6. Bryan Block. Pbone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 116o, Lethbriilge, Alta. DRS. successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- CJore. Hours: i to 5, office, HIi- Jnbothnm Block. Phone S74 DR. E. G. Surgeons. (Eng.> Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London! L.D.S 1000 Hoars: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8. Post Hlslnbotham Block. LETHBRIDGE VJAVi (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number IS Elock. Hours 4 to R p.m. Jally, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss B. g. Cook. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay "1 7th Avtlnno North. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIP.PS, 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 1168 1253 Bill -Ave A South liURVEYINcF DUFF S. (Wm. M Ed. wards. B.A.Sc.. Dominion Al- terra tan'd Surveyor; Donali! A. Duff, Commercial blue v rint. Ing. civil enelneorine and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock 'Hide ro. _ _____ AUCTItWEErT W. t, .53 city Licensed Ajictlonser. Sales of ail kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and fnrur ealei a specialty. Offlce at Wilson furniture Co., 404 13th St North Phone 10J3. Residence Phone C85i Downtown offlce at the LethSrltlse. RpaTjg On.. Phnno 1173. FOR trade cheap. Three fully equipped meat markets, one eaeh_ at' Macleod, Plncher Creek and Blairmore. Will sell the markets complete with the'.lease or fixtures. Terms arranged to suit the purchaser. Apply to the 41 JIarket Company. Fternle, B. C. y FOR send in your own cash price for the following: toria-Park, lots 11 and 12, Block 9. Assessment 1790, clear title. Address, Standard' Publishing Co., Ltd., 229a, Eighth: Calgary. FOR SALE OR to sell or exchange for cattle or horses, a good livery barn and business, close to Lethbridge. Tills is a good busi- ness and will be.sold cheap. Also a meat market adjoining, that is rented. Apply Box 67 Herald. buy, for spot cash, di- rect from two large tracts of and, about acres and acres, within 50 miles of Lethbridge. Box 26.Herald......... ?OH' exchange for stock, 200 tons ba'icd hay and'straw; also can winter 200 head of horses.' Booth Bros., Fleet, Alta. FOR Durham milk cows, with calves; calves are two to six days' old; four to six years' old. Apply to John' Walburger, Monn. aln View Alta. UNDERTAKING T. S. Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervilie Marblo fe Granita Works, of Cnlgary, Offlce opposite Court House.' Phone BB1. Heii. 284 7th S. Phone 1176, Open day and night S. Y. Funeral Director and .Embalmer. uns. 411 fith Street South, or WHOLESALE HAY. GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail- AH varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint mixed hay. upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloads a specialty Storage for household goods- etc cellar space for rent Hjrde and corner Jhfl Are. arid 12th St. R. P. Bn'r 1W. Plloni. 18J4. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed1. Please let us have order as. soph as slble. David 'Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. ____'', FLORIST FOR iron ranges. [own and Jl perr week, .venue B. Apply 412 4th TO 12 roomed house, fully modern with gas, especially adapted ior rooming close in; two doors from car line, 6th St. S. ll rent reasonable. Reply to Ed. McKenzie, Phone R 109 or Box 165, City. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Careful and Prompt Service Will keep up to date any re- 4 liable business firms' books fn the city for per month. Boi 1 Herald. 297-3 f AND ROOM TOR a (ooil room with all modern conveniences, iteam beat, ihower bathi, tlunje. erplr Y. M. C. A. FOR 512.50; timothy- alfalfa SH; timothy direct -from the growers through their sales, office, Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1358, Leth- bridge. PRAYING Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds (Office 1163 Office 462 Stables 1664 FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, .Pot .Plants and Hot House Vegetables. Phone1'1008 Lethbridge. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of InitV etltute of Chartered Accountants ot England and. Wales. tha In- tute of Chartered Accountants In Albr-Da, .ArarllB BM.-'.' W. A. HENDERSON COY, Chartered Acccuntanti Wjnnlpeg Lethbridge Medicine Hal Accoutitanoy-in all. its branoto Audit. Secretarial. Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, tigatioTis, Llquidatloni. Acadla Building, Lethbrldei Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;