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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914 The Market Place for -WANTS" Famous for Bringing Results-Cost but Little-Try them and be Convinced City of Lethbridge SCHOOL ELECTIONS 1914 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that a. Meeting- of the Electors of the City of Lethbridge will be held in the CITY CLERK'S OFFICE Monday, December 7th from 11 a.m. until noon the purpose of receiving petitions of nominations of candidates for the office of School Board Trustees. For tlie Public School Dis- trict No. 51 three vacancies for a term ot two years, and for the Separate School District No. 9 three vacancies for the term two years, and one for a term of one year. Given under nly hand at Lethbridge this nineteenth dar oi November AJD. 1914. Ad. No. pi WM. STEVEN. Returning OSaer. Over Outstanding- School Board Roasted for Extravagance PACIFIC CANADIAN Jlaclcod, Dec. annual rate- payers' meeting held last evening, dii not attract ii very largo amount o public attention, but was-novertheles. of a very interesting nature, the chic interest being centered in the cfiti ctsm handed out to the School IJoard. Discussion on town matters was not of a very cscitiag nature, but some interesting remarks were maue by Councillor Dickspn and D. J. Cider c-a the necessity _ to economize in tile near future. Attention was also drawn by Coun- cillor Dicksou to the very large amount of outstanding taxes, which are shown in the annual statement as Of this year's less than have been .collected, a very large portion.of which must be used for sinking fund purposes. It was also very plainly intimated to joth the Hospital Board and tha School Board that the expenses ot hese institutions would have to be greatly reduced. Tie School Board mooting, held the ame evening, was oi a much livelier nature, and some very harsh criti- isrn was handed out by several of he ratepayers present. "The erection >f Ihe new High school during the >ast was line chief object ot riticisai. This building cost between and to put up, and ie iesling of. the meeting clearly aowed that this big expenditure was mink muff, hud two heai In centre, two tallB on each side an crown cord lining and tassel. Libe ai reward for return to Stanley Wh: ney, 3 miles south 01 city or may 1 left at Herald Office brown gelding, brauda M on loft hip, maab cut short, weigh 1500; also one bny horse, fron Teet wiro cut short, brand, weight 1100. reward fo recovery. -.Win. Bodnoruk, Ha.vdlevlll Alia. mink muff, had two tails' and irown cord and bus? Liberal reward for return to Stanle Whitney, 3 miles 'south ot city or ma bejert at Office. Eight Mils Laft iay' filly, two years, white star on forehead, branded HB (monogram right jaw. Also roan heUer call ame brand. Jo for return of either toward for information. W A. Ham itou Son, 27-9-21 W. 4. Phona Lethbridge. gold chain'bracolet; find er will receive reward .by leaving ame at 6.30 llth St .S 29' from C. P. R. station jethbridje, Nov. 19, .bob-tailed brown nd gray collie, whito breast, well ulit, answers to name of "Kernels Inder advise S. B. Mitchell, Ticket seat, C. P. R., Lethbrldge. looked upon as unnecessary piece of extravagance. and a A rather discouraging, report from CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE apparently using his gun as a staff. The shot entered his body through the left groin, and he died almost im- mediately, although he managed to tell his brother that tha gun was not cocked, and that the hammer had been pulled back accidentally. rr I'll Introduce you to a household that takes a real Interest In Its pays top wagao and offers condUIgns for work. PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE 8UPERFLQUS HAIR REMOVED- K.M. Holme graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortln lireqio institute, :Mqdlcal Jlassug and Gymnastics Eleetr cal. Vibratory and.TherapeuHc Llfsh Treatments, Electrolysis and Shan poolng Treatments given by ap polntment only. Room 1. Hull Oik. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL -Mrs. Van Haarlem's Priate Hospital Maternity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 122-1 7th Avenu South. -Phone 746. 5 Wcrdi, 25 cents an Insertion. 31 for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID tlM ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT good general servant tply at 634 9th St. South. 300- general servant a ce. Apply 1020 3rd Ave. S. 300-: Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States TICKETS ON SALE To EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Daily to Dec. 31, 1914 {Limit Three Months) TO GREAT 'BRITAIN, Daily to Dec. 31. 1914 (Limit Five Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP IN COMFORT Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars; Compartment, Observation Cart, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES UNITED STATES Tne deceased was aged 31 and un EASTERN CANADA Hamilton, Samia and Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and St.'John and Sloncton Halifax fares to other points in Eastern Canada. Minneapolis and St. Paul. DuiuUl Kansas fates to other points in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and Wisconsin. CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Represent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Further information on all excursions from -S. B. Mitchell, Depot Ticket Agent; or R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. school on .a expeasive. Ijasis was shown when Councillor' Fawcett mov- ed that the attention of the newly elected board be drawn to (he ad- visability bi reducing the salaries oi the teachers. Only two members of the were present, and no great was made to defend the action oi the board. CANADIAN PACIFIC Very Low Fares in connection with Excursions to Old Coontry Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive tamit fiTfl wonths, stop over and ex- tension, privileges. Full Information re rail and. Steam- ship'Tickets from S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. Or_ write n. DAWSON, District Pamnger Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN Alberta Winter Fair CALGARY, DEC. 8-11 1914. CHEAP FARES FROM ALL STA- TIONS IN ALBERTA ONE WAY FIRST CLASS FARE FOR ROUND TRIP Going Dates Dec. 7-10 Final return limit Dec. 14th, 1914. Further information from any Agent or write DAWSON District' Passenger Agent, Calgary. ARTILLERY RECRUITS At EDMONTON Edmonton, Alta., Dec. seven recruits for the Alberta sat- tery of artillery being raised by Maj- or John Stewart, 51.P.P. of Lslh- i bridge, -were secured in Edmonton 'on Friday. Amongst tha native-born n-iio enlisted were Douglas and Tom Kinualrd, sons of J. G. Kianaird of Kinnaird Henderson, accountants. 5Ir. Kinnaird was at one time an ac- countant in the H. B. Co. service and later was town clerk of Edmonton; Jack Manuel, son of George Manuel if the Canadian Locomobile Co.. Ltd jarage, Ninth street, also, joined the battery on Friday. Manuel was born m Winnipeg, and has been a resident or Edmonton fourteen years For tivo years and a half he has been on the locating staff of the engineering de- partment of C.N.R. construction on the main line west of the city. and -women to learn a barber trade; wages while learn ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Mole Barber College, 604-A Centre Street Calgary, Alta._____________ idinff. No inquest wfil be held, as Mr. Hutaphries deemed it unnecessary, the death being due purely to acci- dent. The tragedy occurred just at the edge of the Belly River, about three and a half miles the other side of 6- Mile Coulee, within a stone's' of where tie bridge accident occurred lome years ago.- No tuneral arrangements have yet been made, but they will likely be in charge of the Oddfellows. MNTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE men at once, to occup> first class rooms with all modern con vehlences at .per month; also light housekeeping suites. Apply 329 llth St. South. SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeepei or general house work by widow with one child. Apply Mrs. Haskell, Ken- nex, Alta. WANTED Everybody to see the Range that 1 am giving away. C. W. GRAY, Hardware Store TO RENT TABER MASONIC OFFICERS Dec. tile an- of officers of Doric Taber, Alta., nual election __ ______ _____ Lodge, No. 31, A.F. t A.M., the fo owinK were elected for next year W.M., L. T. Westlake; S.W., J. T Willard: J.v7., B. H. Anderson; treas Jr-ar, G. n, Powell; secretary, Long; tyler. W. JfcMahon. Tie ia "will take place at Bow Is and, probably on Saturday, Decem her 26. when it is expected that larg numbers from Taber, Grassy 'Lai, Medicine Ha-t, and other pa'rts wi be present. pany this Vear also produced seed, about" 5000'pounds. Mr. Kane planted the seed on dry and. It was summerr'allowed, har- ou-ed and packed, and after the tlants were above the ground, it was ultivated with a three-horse cultiva- tor, two rows at a time, the rows icing three feet apart. The drill was a common press drill with a grass seed attachment. The planting was done on June 1st, 1913, and the cut- ting and threshing this fall, .so that a trifle over a year was- occupied in E3J-5 that the Iron TO ,roomod fully modern some [house with balcony, 813 Sth Avenue I S., S18. 'Apply 1018 12th St. South. ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. 1.FS- SONS iMlss Filmer Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. DRESSMAKING Prices right. Sirs! B. .1. Panuell, Room 41, 'Dominion Bldg. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook. B. C. Headmistress. Miss V. M. Cherrington. Boarding school tor Birls and young: boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum: Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- ing from rnature, Write for prospectus. STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC. H. Brown, 415 5th S'tT S. Hours ID In I 12; 1 to 5 or by.appointment Tele- phone .1666. .Residence 720. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, fAccbmshor. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue Phone 1253. ShoriSciTBlock: Residence 1266 Sixth avonue. Offlco hours 11-12; 7-8.80. Office phone 319; Residence 1090. un. u u CRAGG Physician, Sur geon, Accoucher. Offlce at residence corner 5th Avenue South and.7th Street South. Hours; 8-9, 1-3' v to 8.30. Phone 1208. OR. Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Offlce liours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; oveuings, by appointment.- Phones, Offlce 3tl' Residence 593. LDENTAL M. J. graduate of Royal Collego of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offlce: Rooms _t_and 6, Bryan Blocli.' Phone 10TS., 'R. L. T. (successor to Drs. Coiirtico uate University of Maryland. Rooms s S. Macrtonald Block. Phono Alta. DBS. successors tq Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clore Hours: 9 to 5. Offlca, Hlj- Illhotham Bloclt. Phone 374. 'R- E. G. mem- iv ?fyal CoIleKe of Surgeons. (Eng.i Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900 Hoars: 9.13. ,.s Offlca. 6.g Higlnbotham Block VIAVI -ELECTRICIAN V. L. MCKENZIE A -Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenue South. -----FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Phone write or .Tire .us for special carload Quotations. The Lethbrldge Wey- burn Co., Limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave. S.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone "rAii-OR FURRIER URS CLEANED, dressed and alter- ed and repaired.' Cleaning, pressing arid repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given-to out of town ord- ers.. Suits made to :neasure., "D rTh ?r P VIAVI (The Herbal System ot Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) dumber 75 Hull Block. Hours 1 to 6pm Jaily JO to 4 Saturday, or by appointment M'S' E- S. Cook. PIANQJUNING O. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairar: ill years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate 5IT. Assn. London, Juigland.. Ret'erence to the leadln" musicians o( the city. Phone 1168 lith Are A South M Ed- B.A.So.. .Dominion km Al- nerta Lnffd Donalt' A Duff, Commercial hlue'i rlnt. -fog, civil enKfneerlnc'and land sur- veying. Suite 205 SherlocSr Hid." growth. Mr. Kane JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY Tou can help the Red Cross society bv becoming a member. The tee IB email, only per annum for active members and -per annum for associate members. Sign the form below, put tie money in an envelope, and mail it or take it to Hugh Donnan, honorary secretary, Sherlock Building or -W. R. Seatle, treasurer, Imperial Bank or John Torrance The Herald. COUPON Please enroll my name as actitve (or associate) member oi the Lethbridge Hed cross Society, Cor which I enclose my. fee of Name Address... Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Pacific Royal Mall Steamere i Allan Line Royal Mall f French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canad service. Cufiard Line, New York and Canftfl bn service. Caruidiaa Nordern Royal Mai: Doculdton ZJne ta Qtaiftw. Anchor Line to OUwfow. Buy your tlckeU irnere yoa gel train t 8. B. MITCHELL, P. P. K. Ticket Agent, THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail medical and surgical cases (except contagions dlleases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances 0( the patl t p patients cared tor (reo of charge. Graduate nurses for private ilulv also provided. For furthS-part? nlars apply to the Nursine uii sion. 14U 7th Avenue South.BPhon0 M. Tlllsy, Supervisor M. A. MaeKay, Grad. NuVs, (Mils) J Grad. Nur., FOR SALE 13 Head of Ram- bouillst Rama in gocd condition for breeding purposes. Price per head Set or write: Hai-vey Breeder of and Dcilcr In Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Office Office Stables 1163 462 1664 Capt. Chve Phillips Wooley of Vic- j toria, B C, a well known retired naval i offcer, hu been appointed a censor special government officer for the i Martin's Baggage Transfer Phonel386 Car.ful and Prompt Sirvlce Springs district will be the flower oi Alberta, if Irrigation is .extended to it, and he has proven what- .can be done over "grow alfalfa and every pocket." dry land. His prediction year ago has come have money in CONTINUED "FROM FRONT PACE Is nothing impjpriant to re- there port." BERLIN OFFICIAL Berlin, via Wirelew to Jjondon, hor Dec. .3, 3.SO ,offlclal statement was limited to the follow- ng brief announcement: "In neither of the theatres of 'war has anything of importance hap- pened." London, French official tatement given out laKt night >orts a violent bombardment oi .ampernisse', to the .west ci Dix- iiude, an action to tiorth-wcSt oi he forest 'of Lagrurie, and in Alsace he capture of the towns of Aspach e Haut, and Aspach le: -Has by the Drench troops. IN POLAHI) In the east, according to'.the an- ouucement from Russian general eadquarters, relative calm prevailed n December i; on all fronts, but bout midnight, the Hermans made ctcrmined attack on the Russian ositions north ol Lodz which, how- ver, met with repulse. SERVIANS HAKD ._ Belgrade has been occupied :by the" .usttians, after its evacuation fos Icrvlan troops, and indications hat the Servian army .is hard press- el. ACLEOD CONSERVATIVES NAME DELEGATES TODAY Maclcod, Alta., Dec. meeting of Conservative association of iMacIeod 'wfll be held-on Thursday evening for tho ournose of electing [the delegates to attend the conven- tlon for the nomination of a candidate for the Federal house which if held ou December S, being Phone 1418. 410 -5th St. S. Phon Alia. LpfbhrMgp. rt-t TO RENT Comfortable eight room ed house, furnished. For particulars apply R- V. Gibbons Co. AUCTIONEER Provincial and Clt Licensed Auctioneer.. Sales -.of. al Kinds conducted on reasonabl terms. Live etocinand farm e a specialty. Offlce at the Wllsot Furniture Co, 404 13th St North Phone 1023, Residence Phone tsr Downtown office' at .the. Lethbrluei? TO RENT Furnished flat on Dec 15th in the Victoria with private entrance on 30th St. South containing two bed rooms, dining room, bath room and kitchen with gas range, all modern improvements ind at moderate also OHR furnished single bedroom with bath and free use of community kitchen, very suitable for lady. Apply quick to the Victoria Mansions Office, 3rd Avenue S., phone 636. AWAY YOUR OLn clothes. Mrs. Owen Sullivan wil keep them in perfect' condition from Iiat to hose 'at small expense. Ex pert mending 'and remodeling. Pack ages called for and delivered. 123S 3rd A-ve." -South: for Sale UNDERTAKING 1 8 Months old Jersey Hull, beautiful individual and true ta type, not regfstereflV Apply H. R. Johnston; Alberta. S. Leading Funere Director and Embahner: also agen for the Somervllle Marble Granltt Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. Beat deuce 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Onen day and. night ITO One furnished bungalow 7 rooms with all modern conveniences a. very comfortable home for the win tcr centrally located, corner Third Avenue and Tenth Street South. Apply to the Victoria Mansions' Office phone 636. Large heater, suitable for stotre .etc., also gent's wheel. Rambler, at reasonable price. 'Phone 141S WHOLESALE TO Good pasture, section tim othy stubble hay, and water. Close tq city. E. J. Pardy, box Lethbridge. TRADE OR one half section .miles from good town, 140 acres summer fallow, 20 of stubble, 50 .acres, fenced for pasture, IB x 32 plastered house, frame stabling for SO head; ;b'ored.' good water. For apply to the Despatch, S.trome, Alta. 12 FOR trade cheap. SRAIN AND Wholesale and retail- All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, bins Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and Mixed- carloads a specialty. Storage inr household etc., cellar space for rant. Hrde and Saundc-rs. corner 12th St. S. P. O. .Bur, 15W-. PTioiw. 1244. TO Irrigated farm, good new buildings, some hay, 1 miles south of ,Coaldate. Also good seven roomed house on 3rd avenue. Also .winter pasture with water near Lethbridge, preferred. C. R Daniel. TO A all roomed modern house, 13th St. S., per month. Apply to K. D. Johnson, Molsons Bank. meat markets, one each at-Macleod, Pihcher Creek and Will tell the markets complete with the lease or fixtures. Terms arranged to suit the purchaser. Apply to the 41 Market Company, Fernie, B. C. l REMODELLED, dreseed and cleaned. Work- Please let us order as soon 8s possible. .Dat'd.iScptt, Bentley Com-pany Store. 222 0 TO Furnished house, fully equipped and ready, to occupy. -Will rent for board and room. If interested phone 1402 or 1338 -after 6 p. m. SALE OR Wanted to selt-or exchange, fo'r cattle or-horses, a good livery barn and business, close to LeUibrldge. This is a good business and will be sold cheap. Also a neat market adjoining, that is rented. Apply Box 57 .Herald. buy for spot cash, FLORIST TO Cheap, four roomed house on 18th street north, Also at reasonable terms, (i room fully modern house on 13th street south, with gas; vacant Dec. 15. For full BROS, Wholesale and Retail.' Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables.- Phone 1003 Lelhbrldge. 0 TO Twelve roomed house or 6 roomed cottage; modern conveniences, also gas; Apply 329 llth St. from two large tracts of and, about 127000- -acres and acres, within 50 miles of Lethbridge. Box 26 Herald. ACCOUNTANT 0. AiaMlate.of the rnstl-stitute of Chartered.- Accountants ot England and Wales, and of the Indite o! In, Alhr-rta Arabia PMe.. Malleable Iron ranges, own and 11 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. TO RENT Two furnished rooms for ight housekeeping in fully modern louse; also one furnished bedroom; rent reasonable. Apply 508 fith Ave. S. or Phone 1661. Alfalfa, timothy-alfalfa mixture, {14; timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales oflice, Farm Products Limited, Phones 385 and 1017. Box 1868; Lethbrldge. v A. HENDERSON COY. 'Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg Lethbrldge, Medlolni Hn Accountancy In all Its branchei Audit, Secretarial, .Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves-tlgaU'XiB, Liquidations. Audla Oulldlno, Lelhbrldgi n. J. RITCHIE -PATER80N, Chartered Accountant (Scot) TO Fully modem 7 roomed iouse, close in. Will give lease for any length of time; also one furnished room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. AND ROOM MISCELLANEOUS WANTS] From J6.00 up n modern rooming 'house, very close n. Also sewing done at home Phono 41. H. M. Knapp, 634 Gth St. S. to Vancouver Island fruil and near Victoria, fine climate, suitable for growing fruit, vegetables, poultry. Trade for farm or improved Jty property. "Wo trade everything." Vittlchen Real Estate Co., Calgary, Hberta. for a good room with ail noderh conveniences, ittmm heat hower plunge, etc, ipplv Y, I. C A. ;