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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER I5l 101 -1 ,tHe' ''BUSINESS CENTRE" OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA for People who Public Notification Is hereby given that under the Army Act "a soldier cannot be placed under stoppings of pay for a private debt, and that If the public soldlers-to contract debts thsy.'do so, own risk. E. A. Cruikshank. COLONEL, Commanding. Military District No. 13. CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE Heturns are beginning to come in Tomorrow a list of places will U? [rom the outside places in this dis- eivtn where those missed by the col- trict, Macleod and Medicine Hat also lectors may leave their contributions. CHANGE OF DATE All Knights of Pyth- ias and G. K. K.'s take notice that a meeting' will be held this week on Thurs- day, December 17th, instead of Wednesday December 16th. W. S. Shover, ll.V. A. M. Ritchie, Sec. report progress. By the end of this week it is to be Money contributed to the "Motor Ambulance Fund" for the Daughters hoped that the mark will bejoi the'Empire, from tire residents oi reached. How to Neutralize Dangerous Stomach Acids Few people besides physicians real- ize the Importance of ke'eping the food contents of the stomach free from ECid fermentation. Healthy, normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is betas inflamed and distended by acid and result of fermenting food In the'stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stofK ped or prevented and-the acid neu- tralized. For this purpose, physicians recommend getting a little Disunited magnesia from the druggist and tak- ing'a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend bisurated magnesia because it Is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after-effects and instant- ly Stops fermentation, neutralizes the acid and makes the sour acid, blano. sweet and easily digested. :The regular use of bisurated mag-j sure you get the ibisurated. as. other kinds of magnesia are oi an absolute guarantee of healthy, normal digestion, for it over- comes and preTents that acid condi- tion which alone is the cause of trouble. Gait Hospital F. E. Koss .35, E. Warnica .35, J. Arnold .35, L. Hatch .25, E. Davis .35, .1. Fisher .35, L. Fawcrtt .25. V. Beasley .25, 31. McKnisht .25, M. Hamilton' .35, N. Grifirn .25, W. Christian .35, R. Radshaw .25, A. Little Servia Gives Austria Drubbing CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE at them.'' But the German bulletins denv these claims. Costello and Garden Choice of Calgary Voters jutlties of from three to (our thous- aud over the othei: cuiui'ilates, Jnmos liamsey leading the polls. Aldermen Kast and Driscoil survivors ot this year's administration, were among. those Romg down, Rev. A. M. McDonald, formerly Baptist pastor in Winnipeg, was also among the defeated. The contest een- ieered over the question of a clean i 'city, and the dividing line was the i result of the revelations ..rf the polios investigation of -lust summer. Thpsaj elected are pktlged to the eradication j of the social evil in Edmonton, which was accorded a pc-'iey oi toleration during the Earls' part oi this year. Lionel Gibbs, W. A. Hca and J. Ji MrKenzie ,were elected school trus- tees. Hawthorn at Medicine Hat Medicine Hat. Alia.. Dw.. This city never had as hair-raising a muni- cipa'i contest as that which closed to- night in a complete victory tor 'the Ratepayers' association, and a knock- ont for Mayor Brown and his admjiils- I 'am the ever ready Want to help you In meeting need! of business and tin household. Currie .35, il...Harvey .25, J. Park- inson .25, Loo Choun .25t Zee LCD 111B lLUUua (u uuu .25, LoaS Sing .1C. ilatlai .25. are "unedng a plneue oi mad and! (ration of 1814 Both sides had tu> C. L. Wilson..35, J. Oliver .35, R.! damp, which causes them grater dis-: kets in the Held or aWcrmen and the R.- ,35, B. Porter .25, S. comfort than did the cold wave at 'allel1 etect u mun- 'GraV' .25, E. M. the end of November with its posi- Hawthorne, Turner .25, S. Xewman .35, X. Ar- tive hardships of frozen feet and ick .25. M. MiniCi! .25. j hands, and effectually vetoes 'any Xew Dayton, per Mrs. George Me- movements oa a hie scale. Life in thej, Donald, 50.00; Walsh, Alberta, per trenches of the allies is easier than Mrs. A. D. Grant, S1.25 Diamond before, since they have been reinforc- ed so that they do not have to spend Samu' City, per .Mrs. Harper, SS.75 Twin But'te. Alberta, per 3lrs. Chas, Mul- more than two days on the firing len. 52.50 Coiiits, per Mrs. ijne, whereas last month they S5.00 Cardston, Alberta, per .Mrs. without rest or an opportunity to Dickie, S39.30. i remove their clothing ior a or more at a time. mayor, was as follows: ______ 662; Retiring Mayor Brown. 483; majority, for Hawthorne, 179. Hawthorne is an old-tiriier and a The aldermen elected .Ireland, 44 .el 'Crulkshanks, .166 ward 3 John H. Spencer, 38 Pentland, 106 PATRIOTIC FUND Contributions are still receiv- ed ior the Red Cross and Patriotic Funds and amongst the more recent subscribers are' the following: Hall Announces C.P.R. _ CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Bank of Commerce staH j Company 200.00 j A. H. Stevens at present assistant 1 G. E. A. Rice 35.00 I general superintendent of the B. C. r.r_ T, j aj to be general superintendent FOR SALE 18 head of Tharaughbrtd Ram- boulllet Rams condition- for breeding purposes. Price per head or I B.C. Harvey Breeder of >nd Dealer In Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA. EXCURSIONS 10 Victoria, and New Westminster, B.C. v Hound trip from Lethbridgs. Tlckete on Sale 10, .11, 12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, 18; Feb. 9, 10, 11. Wet'lrrn-Llmlt April 8. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent, Lethbijdge. R. DAWSON, District Panenger Agent, Calgary. Sirs. P. Bruchet and Q. A Bruchet Jackson H. J. K. Skeith Dr. Campbell Dr. Roy Lethbridge.JEleptrical Workers 35.00 50.00 60.00 j of the Alberta Division. CAMERON GOES UP J. M. Cameron, superintendent 100.00 the iledicine Hat branch, to "he as- maj.: IAMAWANTAS- iOopyriaht, 6y Its Forest 25 Words, 25 centc an Insertion. Si insertions for the prlco of Four. MUST BE PAID ttJ ADVANCE nn CARDS MASSAGE ZJ SUPERFLOUS HAIR K.M. -Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania.Ortho- piodic Institute, Medical iMiissaso and Gymnastics cal Vibratory and Therapeutic LiS'-it Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments given' by .ap- pointment only, lioom 1. Hull Dlk._ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. Special- rates Elv- en on 1224 7th Avenue South, phone 740. _______ ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS Miss Pilmer, Phone 7S3. 14th Ave. S. MEDICAL I DR. VV. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Oftlco SH Thiril Avenue _Phono 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Hosldenco 1206 Blxtli avenue, onico hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. Olltco I'linno 319; Ucsidonce 1090. DR. C C CRAGG Physician, Sur- geon, Accoucher. .Office at'residonctj- eonier fith Avcnuo South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9, 1-3; 7 to S.30. Phono 1208. DR. 15ye, Nose, mid Throat; Dominion Building Ofllce' hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evenings, by appointment. Office 341, Residence 593. DENTAL 3 EDUCATIONAL bay. hone- with halter on, School trustees: Hector Lang, Dr. weight about 1100. -Marks 011 Uim: F. W. Gurshaw and R. G. Black for Both hind legs white about.to ankle, term; B. F. Souch for one vear term. At Macleod Maoleod, Alta., Dec. Mac- leod elections, held today, resulted as follows: .For Mayor: D. J. Grier, by acclama- tion. For Councillors: H. Lille, merchant; 79: "W. C. Bryan, clerk of the District Court, 50; W. G. Andrews, merchant, The were: George Skelding, coal merchant, 45; J. A. Virtue, merchant, 44. For School trustees (three -Tacan- W. A- Day merchant, 82; A. T. Leather, real estate, .79; R. T. Me- Carriers... 33.25 A Friend donated to the Red Cross Fund. 5.00 sistant general superintendent oi theiNichol, 69. The defeated- i Pacific division. .j candidates F. auction- W. A. Mather, at present 38; W. W. Hasle'tt, 11. terrdent at Kenora, to he superintend- ent of the Medicine Hat division. A number of--well known'local con- A. Halkett, at present trainmaster cefus are -expected to come forward at Moose Jaw, to be superintendent with handsome contributions before at Kenora. the campnign closes. LEVEL CROSSING VICTIMS London, Ont., Boys Run Down by Grand -Trunk 'Killed London, "Gnt, Dec. Whit- 18 years old, of S82 Trafalgar street, was instantly killed, asd Jas. Smith, aged 16, of 122S Trafalgar street, is in a dying condition after being struck by the Grand Trunk "Pacific Buffalo to Chicago, at the crossing here last night. The boys'were Sleigh, the horse was instantly billed .and the vehicle "was demolished. John Jones; crossing watchman, de- clared- that he. Jbad given th-e usual signals'of approaching, aiid had also called to the boys to stop. DUKE ESTATE Former Governor-General of Canada Worth Over London, Dec. probate in Tjpndon of .the will of the late Duke of Argyls, gpvemor-s'eneraj of Canada; shows the estate in his OTTO deposition to have amounted to ovsr Jiree -million dollars, of which 320 was personal estate. In addition, t was stated 'he left settled property of very considerable valbe. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United 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 Jfonths) EVERY FACILITY A TR'P IN COMFORT Standard and Tounrt Sleeping Cars, Obwrvation Cara, Coachec, Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES i EASTERN CANADA: .UNITBO STATES Toronto, Hamilton, Sarnia and and Bt Paul Windsor.............JOZ.EU Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and Ottawa e. Quebec 70 SL Moncton Hahfaz Low fares to other points1 lii Eastern iCanada CANADfAN PACIFIC AGENTS Further information -OB all eia Ticket Agent, or R DAWSON, Dljtrlst" A. F. Hawkins, at present train- master at Medicine Hat, to he ter- minal trainmaster at Moose Ja'.v. J. M. Murphy, who .been an engineer on construction to .he train- master at Medicine Plat. South Fanners Did Their Duty CONTINUED FHOM FRONT-PAO-E Wilson Siding.............. Stirling............. New Warner.. Milk Spring Coulee............ Dardston.. Wreritflam............ ...L Ths total is acres, Foremost iiying up to its name with the record amount This amount is exclusive of land already in winter wheat, and in- cludes both Bummer-fallowed and fall- plowed land. If all this were sown to wheat, and an average crop of 30 bush- Throughout the .-day the election caused very little eicttenient, and only some dozen peoole gathered outside the Town hall to" hear the returns'. In contrast -with list year, the vote polled was exceedingly small Tsber -R'esuitb Taber, Alta., Dec: "of the municipal elections here we're as follows: For Mayor: Jtalo, 164; B. S. Bovalen, SI. For Councillors: T. Patterson, 156; E. N. Harding 137; J. W. WiKard, 129; elected. Brooks, 66' B. Nugent, 62: T. A. For School trustees: S. -1..-Layton, 220: J. H. .Robinson; .146; C. Q. Grcff, 138, elected. J. J. Walton, D. Ryan, 97. O'Brien at Rayntond Raymond, Alta., Disc. J.. O'- Brien, in one of the' keenly .con- tested elections ever' held de- feated 'L-'D. King majority of 7 votes for the mayoralty seat. Aldermen elected were J. G. All- red, John F. Salmon, Mark Brimhall and James Fisher. A heavy vote "was cast: MIX-UP AT "GRASSY Gzassy Lake, Dec.1 15J Though sharp shoes on front feet; black short shapo tail. Reward S5.00 for return to Joe Bubllck, Diamond brooch with horseshoe and Chinese monogram on it. Will finder plessc leave same at Miss Scott's millinery store and receive reward. SITUATIONS JACANT j capable maid. Apply 12th St. S. between 6 ami S o'clock Wednesday evening or write Mrs. G. W. Leech, Taher. woman. Phone 1765. by young hookkccper. desires position, four years' experience in Al- will accept position now or about Jan. 1st. Excellent references. Box 306 Herald at once, for city work; must be of good address. Regular remuneration to suitable man. Apply Box 32 Herald. and women to learn trarV, wages while-learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money.. Catalogue free, 'aioler Barter College, 604-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. WANTED Everybody to see the RarH.B' that I am giving" away. C. W. GRAY, Hardware Store I. _______________________ KING EDWARD'S brook. B. C. Headmistress. Miss V M. Cherririgton. Boarding school tor girls and young boys. Bracins mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Special attention given to Drawing, Painting. Sketch- ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus.- STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC H Brown, 416 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12- 1 to 5 or by appointment. Tele- phone 1G6C. Residence 720.239-0 f i ELECTRIC ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE .4 Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 037. 706 Third Avenuo South.________ FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES S. GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us tor special carload Tho', Lethbrldsn Wey- burn Co.. Limited, Commission Mer- chants and implement Dealers, 1262 1st' Ave' S., .Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. A'NO FURHIER FURS CLEANED aressed-and alter- ed and repaired. Cleaning, pressing and repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given to out 'of town ord- ers Suits made to measure. The 410 5th St. S. Phono iCou, iilhbridge, Atta. _ TRACTION SCHOOL TO RENT nominations were hcia a week ago j Mondav for the Grassv Lake 'Rural' I _WSSH T TO modern' eight room- ed house, well situated, fire place, full basement, four large (bedrooms, all in good repair. J25 per month. Apply B. Bowman Agency. USARN to.run a tractor right, in the I Tractor School at shops of Minneapolis -Steel and Machinery Co. where Twin City Tractors and Bull Tractors are built Next .term :begins Jan. 4th and continues 30, days. Other terms Feb. 8th" and March 16th. Tuition 515.00. Write for- catalog and application blank. Minneapolis Steel. Machin- ery Co., 29th and Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis, Jllnn. Monday for the GraSsy take "R' Municipality, there ho election one, year, furnished .or unfurnished. TO RENT my residence for .S 1IU ClUUblUU UUC. JVi niii-rup which. PjiopejA. E. to I yesterday, owing to' a has sent four oi the councillors ________ _____ Edmonton to "try to straighten mat: board also given. TO in private house; ters out. aid office.' Apply Box 14 Her JOIN THE RED Ton can help the Red Cross sociotj 07 becomfng a- member The fee Is 12 per annum for active mehrbs'rg annum for aaiociate inerabere Sign the form below put the money in an envel-ps, aid mall it or take It to Hugh Donnan honorary gecretary, Sherlock Building or W, R Seatlc, treasurer Imperial Bank or'iohn Torrance The Herald: Pleaae enroll my name as actitve (or associate) of tho Lethbridga Red Cross Society for which i enclose my fee of Name Ottawa, Ont, Dec. gov- ernment steamer Sharon has ost .somewhere, on: the Atlantic; ;with ail'on- board, and believed- that jit struck mine off On coast 'of Ireland Ths Sharon used all summer, carrying- equipment from Halifax to Port Nel son for the work OB the new Hudson iBay terminal The season orer the Sharon along with two other govern ment Sheba and (Chine were chartered to the Domin jion Iron Steel Co for the winter months Tne oimruu left Sidney for I Newport Wales with a cargo otcoal She was heard from by wireless after leaving Newfoundland, Ijut the aieam er is now a monti aid all hope of her safety haCSeen abandon- ed The steamer bad of Borne 30 men, all from Maritime prov Jncea. t f theory of the government off! clals'-is that the Sharon ttrfick mine and went down with all on board The Sharon rjT- aso by the governmsat IB Englanfl for work on the Hudaon Bar route, via cepeciallr buflt Mr norlhem work The SharonFas i- new boat and cost in ths neighborhood it'ClCO 000 "She was about 3000 ionl Inquiries been made In every possible auartcr, but no Jlgna of-the Sharon can be found, Joint.-.. mixed hay. unlanrt har.ioaUmjr anrl atraw. Mixed carloads-a'SDecialty.; Stoi-agft for cellar spare for rent. r FatindpTfl. corner pf S. p n FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteoa. Please let us have order as. BOB- Bible.. David .Scott. nanv Store. FLORIST Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Cartful and Prompt DRAWING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. ..'Limited PHONES R. Frcljht Shecli Office 1163 Office 462 RtuhlOi FRACHE BROS, Bale snd netaiLi Cut Flowers, SPbt Flints fand ,'Hot Mouse- Vegetiib'les. -ifOM. r.PthhridSe. v W. D. tlieJlnfH. Ftlfute of Accountants 'o! of Chartered Aceoiintantj In; Alhr-rfn A. HENDEPSOtT :iCOY. Hal Accountancy In all Its brancliet Audit. Secretarial, Ad- and Trust Work, Invos- Liquidations, .j Acadla Rekldent ft.' 'j. RITCHIE Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;