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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE r-ETHBRIDGE DAIIY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 191'4 THisiPage is the 'BUSINESS CENTRE" OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA fbr People who ''Warit" City of Lethbridge Public. Woiice Xotiee is hereby that..on and after Tuesday, December 15th, 1914'. the following fares will be in force on the Street Ea.ilway: Regular fare, 5 ceuts cash. Regular tickets, 5 for 25 cents, good for all hours. Limited tickets, for 25 cents, good from 6 a.m. to S a.m., from 12 noon to 2 p.m., from 5 p.m. to 7 good on Suiijiays or pub- lic holidays. Ckildren's tickets, 10 for 2o cents, child- ren from 5 to 14 years. Two children will be allowed to travel for 5 cents cash or oiie regular ticket, but not on one limited ticket. Double fare after 12 p.m., either cash or regular tickets. Transfer tickets to remain as at present. Tickets at present in the hands of the public will be accepted at their present value. Arthur Reid Commissioner of Public Utilities. AUCTION SALE OF A VERY LARGE QUANTITY OF VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE Having received the order from a number of owners to sell their Fiirniture .it any cost; also selling all my own without rosafve.on TOMORROW, TUESDAY Commencing at p.m. and 7.30 at night In the. K. of P Hall Store, No. 427 Fifth Street'South; x One Superior Combination Book Case and Oesk. Superior Chiffoniers. One Superior Buffet. One Kitchen Cabinet, 10 Oak Diners. 1 Round Oak Extension Table. I! Kitchen Tables. 2 Centre Tables. Dining Room Kitchen Chairs. One -1-piece Suite of Furniture. Number ot Pictures. 2 Child's Go-Carts. 1 Child's Crib. Eight Beds and Springs Three .Mattresses Four Toilet Sets, Carpets. Stnlr Carpet. TWO Sewing Two Washing One Phonograph; 70 Records Bedding. Carpenter Tools, Wail Paper. Rugs, Cooking Utensils, Dishes and other articles too-nuuierous to must be sold. TERMS CASH GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE How Alfalfa Kane Made Himself Famous CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE al ow plowed eight inches deep. The soil, which is a blacr: loam vith larrowed and and tiiu Irrigation at 18 is Cheap CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE by one familier with the principles of irrigation engineering. For example, in order to estimate the cost per acre of a canal 50 to (T I am thu, aver .ready Want to you in meeting today's needs of businec: houiehotd. deep sandy subsoil, was well 60 miles long, which information was I AM A WANT AS- De Forest Porfer.y, Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE seoi in your letter, it would i to know bay horse with halter on, him: FOR SALE 18 head of Thoroughbred Ram- bouillet Rams In good condition for breeding purposes. Price per head See or write: B. C. Harrey Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep. f RAYMOND. ALTA. EXCURSIONS TO Vancouver, Victoria, and New Westminster, B. G. -Round trip from Lethbridge. on Sale Dec. 10, 11, 12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, IB; 10, 11. Limit Apr.il 30th, 1915. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket. Agent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON, District Patcenger Agent, Calgiry. TO DARKEN HAIR APPLY SAGE TEA A few applications of Sage Tea and Slilphur brings back. Hi vigor, color) gloss, and thickness. Common garden'sago brewed into a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol will turn-gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and lux- uriant, remove, every bit of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling1 hair.1 Just'a few applications will prove a revelation If-your hair is fading, gray or dry, scraggly and thin. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-uae tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur thus avoiding a lot'ol muss. I While wispy, gray, faded hair is not 'we 'all desire to retain our mouthful appearance and attractive- ices. By darkening, your hair with Sags' and1 Sulphur, no one can-tell, because it-does so naturally, so evenly.. ;Tou just dampen a sponge or soft 'brush- withi it.-aiid draw- this .hrough-your; one small Btraad at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, after an- other two, your hair be- comes- beautifully dark, glassy, soft and luxuriant. Sold by J. 0. Higin- iQtham Co., Limited. with a ftax swd attachment. Mr. Kane savs that by handling hay in this way, raking and stocking is Reclamation Service vary from S23 to an acre, according to the done awav with, and the hay is left; ?a.ta Irom the 13th annual report. A in piles, clean of. weeds, dust and Probably be he- foreign matter, and It will be suffi- jtwwc acre. cientiy cured for the stack .-within two days. In _the spring of 1914, the .fiejd was double crosswise oi the rows, which were sowed, north i Cordially yours, (Sgd.) F. H. Xewell, Director. Surely the Dominion government oi- connected with the irrigation j receive SITUATIONS VACANT by woman. Phone 17G5._______ young the soii i _who surveyed the area snow, and allow the sun's rays to reach all the blossoms, making from drifting, catch all' available j ,for irrigation, ate acquainted with the principles of irrigation en- gineering. Their estimate is SIS per more' imiformlv "matured i acre' and that should be sufficient for cultivation stimulated the growth, those who .are usln? cost per and only two cultivation with a. as a big gun with which to three-horse cultivator, between the bcoibord workability rows, was necessary during tie sea- son. The above, photograph, was tak- en on July 17th, 191-1, the crop was cut on September 20, threshed on November 15th, and the seed brought bookkeeper desires position, tour years' experience in Al- berta; will accept position now or Jan. 1st. Excellent references. woman to take charge of a baby about. 18 months old. State .terms. Apply Box 40 Herald. scheme. According to ngures supplied Mr. Pearson by the United' States Partment 01 Agriculture, i there acres of land in the Unit- Box 30U Herald at once, for city ..work; must be of good address. Regular remuneration to suitable man. Apply Box 32 Herald. De-1 woman to take charge are bf an 18 months' old baby. .State to Let-hnridvo in oue most.if 'Stales .under irrigation 'supplied valuable load ever, hauled -into city, being worth the-i Dy tlie United States-'government. At an average cost of- S-fll 'an acre> the its ___._....... _._.. __ of Practically half a bil- ___ Jlr. Kane has had many orders ior V- b- govermnentOias- supplied it, and the most gratifying part oi larmers with" water to the tuni points in Southern Alberta, which shows that the farmers have heeded :he alfalfa gospei. Some day Mr. Kane is going, to ______ lion dollars, and irrigation was er needed any worse "in the'United States than it is heie; 'The farmers in this district are asking the Do- terins. Apply Box 34 Herald. .and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn- "ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Mdler Barber College, 604-A Centre Street, Calgary, C SITUATIONS WANTED CARDS i. i Q MEDICAL J SUPERFLOUS HAIR Miss K.M. Holme graduate or the Pennsylvania Ortho picdlc Inatltuto, Medical W. S. Physic an Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours S ii.ni. Office 814 Third Avenue Phono 1253. c-al Vibratory and Therapeutic Llgh 1 Treatments, Kleotrolysis and Sliain poolug Treatments given 'by ay pointmeut only. Room 1. Hull 100 Sherlock Block. Residence J2CC Sixth aveuue. Oillce hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Olllco phono 319; Kesidenco PRIVATE Accoucher. Ofllco at residence corner 5th Avenue South and 7th PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Phone Maternity Homo. Special rates glv en on application. 1221 7th Avenue South; Phono Bar, Eye, Nose, am Throat; Dominion Building Olllco hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, Office 3ii, f ART NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES SONS Apply Miss Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. M. J. GiBsoN-Dentlst, graduato f and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms KING EDWARD'S 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. brook. B. C.' Headmistress. Miss V M. Cherrington. Boarding school tor girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Pall High School curriculum. Shorthand, L. r. Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtice Qrad-iiato University or Maryland. Rooms and 9, Macdonaid Elock. Phono 116o, Lothhridge, Alta, and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting. Sketching from nature, etc. Writo for nrnRnectus. MAKKSANO Oeniuu miccessors to ITS. Stewart and Mo-Clore. Hours: 9 to 6. Offlce, fllg-luiiotham. Block.-' Phono 374.' STENOGRAPHY of Royal Collejie of Surf-eons. PUBLIC Miss H. Brown, 415 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to y or by appointment. Telephone IMG. Residence 720. UP S 1000 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. ODlce: 6-8 Hlgin-botlinm Block. f ELECTRICIAN VIAVI W. L. McKENZIE Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 70R Third Avenue VIAVI Herbal Systom of -.Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to C p.nv daily. FARM PRODUCTS B. S. Cook. HAY GRAIN, POTATOES 4 GRAIN SACKS Wholesale retail. TUITION write or wire us for special carload Quotations. Tho Lethbridge Wey-bum Co Commission FOR Orlando Kay' -1-101 7tii .Avermo Yorth. chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave. S., Letubridge, TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERT and Organ repairen TAILOR AND FURRIER years factory experience. -1 FURS CLEANED dressed and alter-' ed and repaired.', ..Cleaning, pressing and repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given to out of town Reference to the leading musicians of tho city. Phone 1168 18E3 fith Ave A. Bomb. ers Suits made to, measure. "D The 430 R. rr RENOVATING give his views on Grimm alfalfa" as min'on government ior irrigation to compared with other varieties. The I acres. :At the' govani- Grimm is hardier than any, and his a large sturdy :root, the "prosperity which digs down lite a into the soil after water. It has a much larger crown, and ___ Kane says that 50 per cent, less seed is required ior the same amount of hay, than any other strain. drill also Mr. own estimate, this could cos! an acre or v total-of a third of 1 per or 9-2-1-iths of the amount already spent' by the United States government. They are not, however asking the government to bear this cost. They afe willing to pay ior it out oi their own pockets, every cent of it, but they want the government to do the work and give A resolution of appreciation of Aid. Captain Loghrin'E sacrifice in going to'war, and his good, work in the I Stratford city council, was unaimously W is the general feeinr, oi trie larmers concerned that they Penod with hens as security, m which to passed by that body. The council will visit London in a body. to say Major. Archibald J. Sinclair, twenty years paymaster of the Four- regiment, died suddenly at Kingston. j farewell to the Stratford company, for commanded by Captain Loghrin. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFIC {Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States SALE to EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Daily to Dec. 31, )914 (Limit Threo Months) TO GREAT BRITAIN, Daily to Dec. 31, 1914 (Limit Pive'Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR' A TRIP IN COMFORT Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars; Observation Cars, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES EASTERN CANADA Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and Quebec...............S72.70 St.'John and Low fares to other points in Eastern Canada. UNITED STATES Minneapolis and St. Chicago .Kansas Low rates to other points in Illinois, lowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and 'y CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Represent LINES. Piirther information oh ali excursions irdm'S. -B. Mitchell, Depot. Ticket Agent; or R. CAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY Too can help the Red Cross society by becoming', a -member. Tho fa amall, only per annum for active members Emd'JI per annurn for aaaociata members. Sign the form below, put the rabney'fin ah envelope, and mail it or take it to Hugh Eonnan, honorary secretary, Sherlock ,Building or. W. R. Seatio. treasurer. Imperial Bank or John Torrance, Herald. s COUPON PlwM enroll -my name as actitve (or associate) member of the LMUfMn Cross Society, for which I enclose my fee of f.......... Name Atldrees. Delicious Appetizing With thy flavor and aroma oi the choicest hops.and with the blending of the hops witb the best selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Prid! one of enticing bever- ages tliat the skill of man can produce. People drink it for its appeal- ing flavor, for, the refreshment that It affords, and for the health that it. gives; for berth's Pride Beer is beneficial in a variety, of ailments. Any good doctor will tell .you that. Lethbridge Beer is a pleasing beverage, if Is a'good appetizer and it is fine for the digestion. Try a case of it 'at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting PHONE 554 Martin'sBaggage Transfier Phone 138 6 are not asking too much. Protest the Assessment CONTINUED FROM .FRONT ?AOE middle aged woman, sick or maternity nursing or housekeeping. Mrs." Rogers, P.O. Box 340 or Phone 141S. Everybody to see the Range that I am giving away. C. W. GRAY, Hardware Store TO SENT 13 DON'T THROW AWAY YOUH 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. I Miscellaneous for Sale FOR fixtures and window fixtures installed in store formerly occupied by .1. T. Petts, 3rd Ave. Ap- ply at store at once. FOK good sized chicken house and about 20 chickens. Apply 128.19th .St. N. DUFF 4 (Wra. M EJ. warda. B.A.Sc., Dominion artl A1- nerta Surveyor; Donate: A. Cuff, bliiH !np, civil enftirieerinz and land siir- Teylns. Suite SOS Sherlock Bliie AUn W. L. and Cltv Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on' reasonable terrrn. Mve stock and fnria sales a specialty. Office at the .Wilson Fnrnltiira Co., "or 11'7 Tknn. FURH1EH J FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed; Please Ift us have order as soon' aa pos- sible. David Scott, Bentley Com- Tianv Store. FLORIST J assume a 'lo; Post Offlee. ,n. Apply Box 643, head; bored well, good water. For particulars apply to the Despatch, you looking for cash? Wanted 'to purchase for cash" only, furniture, stock of merchandise, etc.; could also handle carloads of potatoes Let- me know what you have to dis- pose 01. Particulars by letter to Box Strome, Alta. spatch, FOR iron ranges, down and ?1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280 9 Herald office. stock; offer mort- gage agreements of sale, clear pro- perty or oil stocks. P. q. Box i 213 Caljjary, Alia.____________ 305 3tore or I' havo Alberta farm lands or agree- ments ot sale. P. 0. Box 431, Cal- gary, Alberta. BOAKD AND ROOM TO per month, good wafm clean rooms and board if de- sired; also 1 suite light, housekeeping rooms with gas, 5 minutes', walk from pott offlce. Apply 329 lith Street South. PpH toot room with til rn conveniences, steam beat, fcltlil, apply Y. H. C. A, FOR 512.50; timothy- alfalfa mixture, ?H; timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 3C5 and 1017. Box 1858, Leth- bridge.. LAND FOR SALE FOR .Columbia fruit land. I have 10 acres at Burton, clear title for qlear quarter. P. O. Box 431, Calgary, Alberta.. GHEEN GRASS all winter on 'arming lands adjacent to Vancouver, acre .tracts initliis rich district of- 'ered'for forced, salo', excellent bqrry, irebaVif and fl'no loco- ion for chicken raising, electric urban stt.im railway, well set- tled community, fine auto roads. >er acre. 4 year terms. Rogers, Block MoAlpIlitl, FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail, Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, 'Pot Plants and Hot Hotjpe Phono 1003, LptJihridce. ACCOUNTANT IV. D. of the Initl- Btltute of Chartered Accountants ot1 Enpland nr.d Wales, and of tho In- tuto of Chartorert Accountants ID. Alhc-rtn RMr. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Ha! Accountancy In all Its brar.chei Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, and .Trust Work, Liquidation j.5 Ikeadla Building, Lethbrldai R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chirtertd Acceuntint (Scot) ;