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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 31914 The Market Place .for Fanxbus for Bringing Results--Cost but Little-Try them and be Convinced US NEW POSTAL' CONTINUED FROM FRONT 1'AGR' CONTINUED FHOU FRONT I'AQU I iuu given the support of this meet- ing or not." CONTINUED FROM FHONT PAGE J bron-n gcMIng, branded M on lelt hip. mano cut short, weight Bboiit 1600; also one bay liorso, front (oet cuti' nuuie cut short, no (mind, weight ..-1100. f6. rowurd tor recovery. Wffl.'-lloduomlv, HnrdlOjVille Alta. ''Y' I Mr. Scott Speaks _________________ _______________ working oi t-he entire ollte under his! jtj; gcott, who Is nil old resident men's tickets to (lie'cash lores was. mink mult, had two heads, eye at nil tinws. His otiiqc is ;0 most ot the oiti- about 1 lo 7. The total up to Sop-1 tlvo toji3 oml cord and tassel, but convenient to the'staS, to oll lhe thanked the tanU-r 30th was in wuriins- Liberal reward for return to Stanley public and to himself. It is for tho honor they Imd con- men's tickets, while the cash tares 3 mlies 0( or raaj- with n handsome maple top and ferred upon him in selecting him as amounted to so t-aat tho tlo at ..Herald offlw a Ayardrobe and stationary 'cabinet. [their candidate, .and stated" thiit he workiusmcu would not be largely j The money-order ami. registry divi-j would enter tile fight on. an economy iecteri. In answer to the plea that; ion is directlv in front "oi the post-: platform. 1 the fares I'll summon the waiter or other servants that are needed for the hott! or homo. ira Eight. Mile Gi forehead, branded HB __ (monogram) heifer calf, W. A. Ham- XV. -1. Plione post-: platform. the fares be reduced, so that a spc-i masters office, and is presided over. ''What do you think about the cffi- j cial inducement would be given the, by Mr. H. S. White, witli Miss Giu-jcers fre was aske'd. people to patronize the railway, Mr.. risoii, Miss Kerr and Hiss. Glayw'ri "I think they., are all Keid said that it cost just so lor ret at the wickets, liach has a ;Mr. Scott, per unit mile to operate the locked cash drawer ami stationary i Dr.' Thomson Sheds Sonie Light ;lmi just so much to carry every pas-! -'--'-1 cabinet in front of the wickets, anil; Dr. Thomson, oua oi the retiring srass'r, so that a reduction in the> a glass counter runs the length of j trustees, gave a long account of the (iltlrs not affect (lie cost per; One gold chain bracelet; find- tie loom. I business of the past yesr. The ox-. linjt. Another reason given by the! will receive reward by leaving commissioner against putting the cars same at 6.30 llth St in the bJiru, was tliat. the cost: ot j 13tli St. and 4th Ave. operating the electric power plant: a purse containing sum of money. Re- would te as great, as it costs at ward on returning to Humid office, present to handle t-he extra load, so i that in the event of the cars being' Mr. W. K. Ward is in charge.oi the; penditures over the receipts, he said, stamp and general delivery room, i amounted to Lewis Moore with Miss McDonald and Miss Butler! wanted to know why there had been at the sencrai deiiverv wickets and Ellch an agitation for the reduction. Miss Washbrook at the stamp teachers' salaries when the 1913 dow, which is located in -a separ, a surplus of something office outside the main room like 511.000, and according to reports. lir J r iTnirirttt is in rti'irw Mi "'e School Board had made even aj the despatchingand lias as nis as-Vratw "lls Dr- Thom-i sistants C. Holt and P. Colptnan, It. i put into light rates wo ate. Dr. Thompson was the first lo sug- a ters are all stamped by machinery. The mail bags arc arranged in a j semi-circle, and take up considerable; space. Messrs. Redmond and SoadyjLTuij iandle the night despatching, Board so the ro-cua cai tota] aotll.1I detlcit is }5il asked Mr. Heiil for statistics in oth- er cities where this had been tried out. .Mr. Nimmons also. pleaded jur from C. P. U. station. eiu.i Lethbridge, Nov. 19, bob-tailed brown L- hound to aM-iand gray whUe well bulit, answers to name of "Kernel." Finder ftdvlso S. B Mitchell, Ticket Agent. C. P. R.. Lethbridge. mail is being sorted every hour of the day. Mail is received from the -trains at the rear of the building, in a room Dr. Thomson said that the' reduction. instituted coin- demand the un-'mission said he, "we paid taxes from the-.city, whether they thought It was to be run a came in or not. vatj business. iN'ow if a business man Mr. Moore thought it was queer found that his sales were falling oil. Dark bay mare, 6 years ohl, weight about 130P; 15VJ hands; heavy mane and tall, small star in forehead; wire cut on lel't fore leg; scar shape of backward J; no brand. for to J' U u the reduction "of teachers' s'alar- and that he was going behind, what which has a sliding door, so that the jes should he forced when there was woiiW he do Would he raise the operations of tte transfer men surplus, and that the School Board price of his goods or reduce It, 1 not disturb the staff. The door on the had asked for altogether too much sav we must rive the public iuduce- 3. T MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Professional Cards c MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Miss K. M. Holla graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortli paedlc Institute, Medical JIassag ami Gymnastics, Elect! eal Vibratory and Therapeutic Lie' Treatments, Electrolysis und Sham pooing Treatments given by polntment only. Room 1. Hull PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Va Hanrlem's Private Hospital maternity Home. 1224 7tb Avonu Houlh. Hmnp 74fi! ART EMBROIDERIES MISS'FILMEFTS SHOWROOM Is no at 1110 3rd Avenue South. Lesson given. Hours 2 to C p.m. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guarantccc Prices right. Mrs. E. J. Pannel Room 41, Dominion Bldg. class board or board and room by office man. Willing to 'SJ f SITUATIONS VACANT The remainder oi the basement is Hevoted to vaults and boiler rooms, ifrhere being five hot water boilers. The janitor, Mr. Sloan, has living i Quarters on the third floor. A feature of the office wh-ich sug- geu the large city office, is the oh-! servation rccm, enclosed within shut-i fters, for the use of the inspector. girl or woman for gen- eral housework. Apply Mrs. W. H. Pawson, Coaldale. Phone R. 207. 209-1 and school carpenter, and they had "say and women to learn tjie barber trade; wages while learii: ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, G04-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress. Miss V M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school fo girls and young boys. Bracln} mountain climate. Full High Schoo curriculum. Shorthand, Stenograph) and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch Ing from nature, etc. prosnectus. STENOGRAPHY decided that they were all earning the fares their salaries, and were practical-in-i as thev. are Qr be reduc2ll> dupensahle should'not he raised wtun XT. Johnston wanted to know how ,Mct ;t t ie office could be combined in other should either remain: ?ear Victoria, fine climate suit- able for growing fruit, vegetables, poultry. Trade for farm or improved They eu since the on mn rs rin property. "We trade everything." -nr" Wittichen Real Estate Co., Calgary, Has the Alberta' were (This room is directly over the office! the conditions might be were he sskcd Mr. Reid, I WINTER anti and the inspector may observe the! very different. who replied that it had. "The city is: Oliver can accommodate 200 or 300 Petitions-in Evidence not bit [first pi enough for street cars in the niore on their farms at Iron :ontinueii Mr. Nimmons, have plenty of water land all fenced, man'. In attendance' and TForiiifles of the office from this point t. oi vantage. The Inspector is also i "hut nnu- that have them, Supplied vith a bedroom and bath.j ivj official- "ilthoneh V n Ar do our utmost to support can feed if severe weather sets In. Surmshed elegantly, on the second i not'n few of the rSlnS them, and I say leave the fares as Have also several straw stacks. Se- these quarters aro used hy of the'north sid4. pskintr'for such re-' they are or cut them down." this before Dec. 1st. Phone 4S5, him on his trips o: inspection. Jinn" Mr. Moore, chairman; -nmuted- ouu' R- C. McClure. 294-1 Tlie Customs department has an examining' room on the first floor and. the Custons" and Inland Revenue oc- u.i uuL.a-inn UL (.UK T 11 rvtru tliia hnfnn of the; north side, asking'for such re- they are or cut them down." l {Is p, or ductions1, was "passed around the meet- j Mr- Moore, GUV K- u- ing, and there was also a petition in that the street cars were someihing evidence asking for the combination i -Mr. Nimmons couitt nqt lay at cupy the uCGt. remainder ex the second The office staff is well represented of the. offices suDerinteudent and; Wie tioor of commission government, secretary-treasurer, and the elimina- j Commissioner Reid, said That no one tion of .school caVoenter. It was also largely signed Meetings Next Week BOARD ROOM FURNISHED From lip -realized the advantage oi schedules in modern rooming house, very close at the front, J. JI. Hendry and t ______a_ W. Brennan, carriers, being with thej< It; is- uniierst'nqd -that tae" ratepay. a 'fairly permanent .first Canadian Contingent. Tha other ers are asking the School Board for taulished but that carriers are; C. S. Maguire, E. H. "f Cross, G. Masson, A. Lothian, A. men at once, to occupj first class rooms with all modern con- veniences at ?5 per month; also light housekeeping suites. Apply 329 llth S't. South. SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper or general house, work by widow with phe child. Apply Mrs. Haskell, Ken- nex, Alta. more than he, and he- intimated that in. Also sewing done at home" Phone they would be published as soon as i 441. H. iM. Kiiapp, 534 6th St. S Everybody to the Range that I. am giving away; C. W. GRAY; Hardware Store ross, asson, A. Lothian, A. Masson, R. E. Baldry, J. H. Kaston, Reg. Matiews, J. H. Booth, Neil schedule was es- "the coat was loo the use-oi a, school, auditorium on great to warrant printing them when each side of: the traolv, for the holding they would-be out oi date in a didates can air their views. A meet- MacVicar, B. Ramble, Robt. Mac-. Ing on each side is scheduled for Pherson, and F. J. Webb. The car-' -Monday and Wednesday night oE nest riers'-racks are afc tie south eud but definite announcement will the main room, and there they sort .their- mail deliver it. the order that they be made later. There are now seven, candidates for the three offices on and the campaign is warm: Some suggestions, en the part- oi Mr. Levie, that certain portions oil the line be l proved oi b' id that POll a good room with ail modern conveniences, steam heal, shower oaths plunge, etc., apply Y. M. a A. TO RENT TO roomed fully modern house with balcony, 813'8th Avenue S.t ?18. Apply 1018 12th St. South. Plione 141S. Yesjerday was tie first pay day at _ _, the new post :office, which .is -nowisltieraPJy- They are, in the order of good working order. R. R. DavMson, B. of the -large boxes have been w- Afford and W.'H. Peebles, 5 curtailed, was In Coill't RBNT-Comfortable eight room 3v Commissioner ReH, who n i ied furnished. For particular; ratepayers in any part of Albeita, JlUllCial V. Gibbons Co. U9S-C canamatos tlte city had a to at ieast-some tne Board, servicei as tney "were paying tfeir iing up con- share toward general deficit, and some oi the smaller ones are HJwly to .be made over into larger fize ito accommodate the demand. FROM FRONT PAGE "iww staff of- the Customs and other organizations and institutions are mating gy-stemattc subscriptions. iTOiie tbesc amounts are being given from Lethbridgo they are sent direct the Patriotic Fund headquarters, ud not .through the Lethhridgc brtach except in the case of the tsachers and the city employ- 'tft. It. is important that subscriptions given'for these causes should be cbn- gidered as sacrifices and 'treated Labor Councfl -candidates; Arthur Hayr, John Scott, the North Leth- bridga ratepayers' candidate, and John Gilmore. It IB hinted that some of the retir- ing trustees may yet ofier to run for a secoad term. IE IKS TO KADI HUE- ihe gf Kennedy's Hall was packed with ;ji terested ratepayers. CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE. Emperor William has already visit- ed the German positions at Gumbin- nen and Dafkehmen, and by his pres- ence he cheered the German troops further efforts. Likewise, the Rus- forced to fall back on December i from the territory around Aujifcze em Kocieritch. The retreat, if Is said was made in goca.uftier: Heavy fighting has occurred near Soubabor, where' the" Austrians con centrated large forces and succeedsc in capturing two important points. The fighting along the Koluba River I is said to have been attended with i some success for the Servians. In engagement near Lazarvatz on No- vember .28, the Servians arfe report-ad to have taken positions of the enemy, capturing 27 officers and atout 200C that the men who serving our at the front will ts made to that we are happy to look after their dependents and provide and attention for them on of -warfare. David Montreal the Slprrice is dead at PRAYING .Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Shed! PHONES f Offlco Office Stlblei 1163 462: 1664 FOR SALE If hud of Thoroughbred Ram- MulfftH in good condition for bmellng purpetet. Price per head R. C. Harvey Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA, this quiet. who ever since the despatch of the espedition- lowed the fortune of his soldiers with deep is now paying them a personal .ylsit, -while the President of the French Republic, Raymond Poin- the rounds positions. More -Active in France The Allied 'forces in .northern tance are again sustaining a heavy by the Oermans, and mention IB mads in the French offi- cial statement. of small advances, which_means that the Infantry is ag- ain -operating. Otherwise conditions territory are comparatively Big Loss te Helms A Paris newspaper says that the bombardment of. Reims, which has been in progress for several weeks, has resulted in ths destruction of the Archaeological museum, with its noman, .Galjis and French collections, ami also that the textile industry has suUered to the .extent o Germany Wants Dr. Von Eethmann-Hollweg, the German Imperial on the eve of the reopening of the Reich- stag, accords praise to the army and navy for. tile excellent spirit display- ed, and to the German people for their unity. A. war credit of is ex-' pected to be passed by the Reichstag AUSTUUN VICTORIES Paris, DEC. advices received today, by the Havas Agency froii' Nich 'contai i the that the .Austrians have won further vic- tories. in: Servin.. After a number of rear guard actions during the last civ -diiys; the Servian troops were 00MB SAGE TEA INTO GBAY HAIR Ladies! Try this! Darkens beauti- fully and nobody can back its gloss and thicknecs. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked" and faded hair beautifully, dark and luxur- iant; remove every bit of. dandruff, stop-scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing tile Sage Tea ami Sulphur re- cipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to- use tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- thus avoiding a .lot of muaa. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- ness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning ail gray hairs have disappeared. After anoth- er application or two your.hair be- comes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and .luxuriant and you appear years rounger. ..Sold by j. .D.' Hlglnhstham Co., Limited. trlct of Lethbridge. BETWEEN: No. 1769 THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY.'LIMITEO Plaintiff; and WILLIAM HARLAN-MEGPEDY And LUCY FRANCIS MEGREDY Defendants. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND- ANTS: TAKE. NOTICE that this been commenced against' you for the recovery of S1000.QO. and interest, ibe- ing the amount due to the Plaintiff under a certain Mortgage made by you to the Plaintiff for the 'sum of 31000.00, which Mortgage affects the North-West quarter of .Section 7, Township Range 20 West of the Fourth Meridian in'the Province of Alberta. -.1 AND TAKE NOTICE FURTHER :hat 3-ou are required to enter a state- ment of Defence or Demand of No- :ice with the Clerk this Court at C-ethbridge within nineteen .days aftei tiate of laat publication of Notice. !9g-0 flat on Dec. 15th in the Victoria Mansions with private entrance on lOtli St. South, loritaining two bed rooms, dining room, bath room and kitchen with gas range, all modern improvements 3pd at moderate rental; also one furn- ished single bedroom with bath and free use of -community kitchen, very suitable' for lady. Apply quick to the Victoria Mansions Office, 3rd Avenue B., phone 636. On PUBLIC H Brown, 415 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; l to 5 or by appointment. Tele phono 1666. Residence 720. 299-0 ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 037. 706 Third Avenue South. FARM. PRODUCTS HAY GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. The Lethbridge Way- burn Co., Limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave. S.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. TAILOR AND FURRIER j FURS CLEANED dressed onfl alter- ed and repaired.' Cleaning, pressing and repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given to out town ord- ers. Suits made to measure. "D The Tailor." 410 5th St. S. Phone 1C66, Lethbridge, Alta. RENOVATING e furnished bungalow, DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD clothes. Mrs.. Owen Sullivan will keep them in perfect condition from hat to hose at small expense. Ex- pert mending and remodeling. Pack- ages called for and delivered. 1238 3rd Ave. South. W. a MEDICAL Physician. on, Accouolior. Hours p.m. Offlco 814 Third Avenue. J'iioiiP lUj. r- H. J.OB Sherlock -Block. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. OIUc. tours H-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. OflV-o Hesidonce 3030.: R. C. c. Physician. Sur- fieou, Accouchor. Olllce at rosiiixinca cornor 5ts Avenue South and 7th street Snut.n. 8-9; 1-3; 7 to 880. Phone 120t. Ear, Eye, Noso and Jttroat; Dominion Building. Ofilco hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 341, residence 593. [.DENTAL DR. M. J. sraouats or Royal College 6J Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and c. Brrnn Block. Pbone 1071. DR. C T. (succcTslj? to Drs. Courtice Grad- uate University Maryland. Rooms S and Block. Phono 116o, Lethhrldge, Aita. IRS. MARas AND tuccessors lo Drs. Stewart iind Mo- 3 '5 5- oraca' DR. E: G. roem- Der of Hoyal Ccllose ot Sui-seons, (Ens.) Licontlnto Royal College ot Physicians (Lonflc-nl L-.fi.s- 1900 Hours: 9-12; !-5. Office: S-6. Pox HlKlnhpthnm Block. VIAVI 1 LETHBR1DGE VIAVI (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. IJours 4 to S p.m. Jally, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment E. S. Cook. PIANO TUITION I UPILS FOR Kay Til" 7th Avenun Mni-th. PIANO TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certlflcato MT. Aasn. London. England.. Reference to the leading musicians at. ;no city. Thons 11GS. ]353 nth Ave A South. "SURVEYING" UrF 4 (Wm.'- M wards.' B.A.Ec., Domihioh Al- berta Land Surveyor; DonSIt: A. Duff, blue trip, civil englneerlns and land sup- vsylns. Suite 205 Sherlock Bid- d-tf ADCTIONEER Miscellaneous for Sale FOR Months olil: Jersey Bull, beautiful individual and true ta 7 rooms with all modern conveniences V'f' ,nOt Anffi a very comfortable home for the win.! _ ter centrally located; corner Third I FOR heater, suitable Avenue and Tenth Street South. Ap- j for stotre etc., also gent's wheel, Ram- ply to the Victoria Mansions Office, I hler, at reasonable price. 'Phone 1.418. phone G3G. TO pasture, section. othy stubble hay, and water! Close FOR TRADE OR half section miles from good town, to city. E: J. Pardy, box 107S I eth-! acres summer fallow, 20 of stub ble, 50 acres fenced for pasture, 1G x 32 plastered house, frame stabling for 30 head; hb're'd well, good water. For bridge. SHEPHERD, 0TJNLOP RICE, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff-herein. A. J. TO OSCAR-HESKIJV FORMERLY OF -ALBION RIDGE, ALBEiyrA. TAKE NOTICE" that a. Writ of Sum- nons has been issued out of the Su- ireme Court of Alberta toy The Can- da Life Assurance against on, whereby the Plaintiff claims the urn of with interest thereon t the rate of 8 per cent, per annum rom the la.t. day of November, 1914, ue under a certain. 'Mortgage dated he 7th day of December, 1909, made y you, on the Nortli-west quarter of lection 22. Township 11, Range 22, vVest of the 4th Meridian, containing y admeasurement 160 acres, more o.r FURTHER. TAKE NOTICE ess. AND liat if you dispute this claim either n'whole or in parti7 you do'so" oir or efore the 12th day., of January. A.D. TO farm, good new buildings, some hay, 1 miles south of Coaldale. Also good seven roomed house on 3rd avenue. Also winter pasture with water mar Letibridge, horses preferred. C. It. Daniel. 298-6 TO six roomed modern house, 13th St. S., per month. Apply to K. D. Johnson, Molsons Bank. TO house, fully equipped and ready to occupy. Will rent for board and room. If interest- ed phone 1402 or 1338 after 6 p. m. TO four roomed house on ISth street north. Also at reason- able terms, 6 room fully modern house on 13th street south, with gas; vacant Dec. 15. For full particulars apply 429 13th St. or phone 539. 297-6 TO roomed house or 6 roomed cottage; moCern 'convenien- ces, also gas. Apply 329 llth St. S. -particulars a-pply to the Despatch, Strome, FOR trade cheap. Three fully equipped meat markets, one each, at Macleod, Pincher Creek and Blairrhore. Will sell the markets complete with the, lease Terms arranged to. suit the purchaser. Apply'to the 41''Market Company, Fertile, B. C. ,P0R SALE OR to sell or exchange -for cattle or horses, a good livery barn and business, close to Lethbridge. This is a good busi- ness and will be sold cheap. Also a meat market adjoining, that is rented. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. of ail kinds conducted on rea-jonablp terms. Live stock and farm salei specialty. Office at the Wilson Kurnltnre Co., 404 ISth St. North. Phone Residence Phono C85. Downtown office at the WovlMirn RnMfv rV' 11 "3. UNDERTAKING T. S. F'unew! Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Granite Cfllgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561. Heal- 7th S. tPhone 1176. Open day and night S. Y. Director Embalmer. 411 Kth Street'South, 1SM. m- flay. WHOLESALE HAY, BRAIN AND and retail. All rarletlM of hay: timothy, allalfa, blue joint mixed hay. upland hay, oat hay and itraw- Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household soods; etc. cellar -space for rent Hyde ahii Saunde.rR. corner 2n-l A.TR. nutf I2th St. S. P O.-'nnT.fiJT 1.-ij< 'FURRIER r_____________ __ REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Worlt .guaranteed. Please let us have order aa soon as poa- alble. Divld Scott, Eentley Tom. pany Apply Box 57 Herald. buy for spot cash, di- rect from owner, two large tracts of land, about acros and acres, within 06 miles of Lolhbrldge. FLORIST 26 Herald. TO furnished .rooms for ight bouse'iteeping in. fully modern IOUSG; also one furnished, bedroom; reasonable. Apply 608 5th Aye. S. or Phone 1661. FURNISHED convan ently situated to depot and business nuarter, modern, 'very comfortable and Transfer Phone1386 Careful and Prompt Sarvlce 1915, and cause to lie entered for you renlal. Miss Smith, Room in the office of the! Clerk of the Su-1 i3anl1 preine. Court at Calgary a Statoment of Defence-or a Demand'-'that Notice of any applications .to be made in the action 'be given to you. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that In default of your so doing, Plaintiff may proceed with this action and judgment be given ID ypur ab- sence without further notice to you. Dated 10th November, 1914. LOUGHEED, BENNETT, McLAWS COMPANY, Solicitors for the -Plaintiff. Approved of by P. Master In Chambers. N. TO moaern 7 roomed house, close in. Will give leaso. for. any length of one furnish-' ed room to let. Apply'313 6th'Ave. A S. or Phone 720. TO One 12 roomod house, fully modern with especially adapted for rooming house, .close hi; two doors from car line, 6th St. S. Will rent reasonable. Reply to Ed. ilcKcnzie, Phono R 100 or Box 165, tlty. Roy., W. ;M. Orant of Ayr, Ont., -will become pastor, of Knox church, Perth. FOR SALEX-Or exchange for stock, 200 tons bailed hay and straw; also can winter 200 head of horses. Booth Bros., Fleet, Alta. FOR Durham millt cows, with calves; calves are two to six days' old; cows .arc four to six years' old. Apply-to John Moun- tain View. Alta. FOIL iron ranges. SI down and 51 per week. Apply 41Z 4th Avenue1 S. SI2.50; timolhy- alfalfa mixture, ?14; timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products' Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1858, Leth- bridge.. Will keep up to dale any re- liable, business firms' books in the clly for per-montli. Hox 1 .297-3 FRACHE BROS, pnle and Retail. Designs. Cut Flowers, 'Pot Plants and Hot HOUPO Vegetables. Phono 1003, ACCOUNTANT w. o. of FnstV Btitiite of Charternd -Accountants ot England and or thisrla- (ufo of Chartered Accountants lo AHK-rli Ar-ndln PM-r. W A. HENDERSON. Chartered -Accountants- Winnipeg Accountancy In its'toranolioi Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Tnwt -Work, Inves- Aodlj Building, Lettibrldj. titsldent H. J. RITCHIE PATERSOft, CharHret) Accountant (Scot) ;