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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGfcTWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1814 This. Page 4s the CENTRE "OF BQtJTHERN ALBERTA for People wHb MS OF Ottawa, 'Dee; behalf of tie executive committee of. the Canadian Peace Ci mund Centenary, association, Sit Ed- Walker, -and -C, F. Hamilton, given, out the following tion message-' for niiblica- "To the People of 'Canada.: This Christmas Eve. inarks' the. completion o! a full century steca; Ihs signing of the Treaty ot Cheat, put an enii lo warfara bewwnr the British empire and the 'United States of Ain- :rica. In a February 17, it will be one. hundred years since ;he ratification of that treaty. A cen- ;ury has elapsed 'since British and American arms were, matched in national strife. It artiiver- iary which we -commend -to the at- :entipn of the people of Canada auspicium meliorls 'sevi' to quote the iiotto of an order of .chivalry which sation of Providence which has bo- stowed peace upoivour land. 1UO YKAJta Oi" PtULlB- "For'one hundred years the sword has been sheathed upon Uie tprdor be- tween Canada and the United States. Two peoples, energetic, active, an- xious to mate the most of their pos- sessions, have dwelt side by side and have avoided armed strife. Occasions of difference have arisen conflicts of interest 'have disturbed their har- mony but always the voice of calm reason has been heard and i, untile uc- CUiiJt-UlUni. led to Piai the man and indicate the m international relations and com BJros position con handle entire work) and Bookkeeping Special attention ion title 01 their emmre to treenom and ing as the centenary does at so Of small office including routine cor i f, -J-V i when the to gre-itness But while the lattle troublesome ami at-sornng a time we latter said he had a letter from an cloud banes lou while our ,w7e is urge the Canadian people to celeirat Edmonton Alderman who asked that rnrted upon scenes 01 death and sul It with devout thankiulne's and as a some burglars be sent to the city and ferine we must not for-et that North p'odge of happier times to come recommending that Heaton, McMillan I America presents a spectac'e hich is On behalf of the eveciitiie o -Edmonton, Dec 23-The prellmin and p1Brs0n come to this city where at arj hearing of four charges of crim-1 tie.alderman ..wottid look after them. once a contrast and a promise. We invite the gratitude of the Cana- dian nation for tbe merciful dispen- mittee The Peace Coatenary E. Walker. President P. Hamilton, Hon. Sec.' lice court Four witnesses were heard J seemg Clarke in conversation with aad the case was then adjourned un- in each case lour or five days before these men were arrested for 'fit tomorrow. Detective Haddock, the burglaries and safe blowing for which they have since been convicteu secret service man who has been forking quieth in the -ity for the six months, told of his intimacy. ftith Clarke He said that Clariehad told him that he, Clarle, had asked TORONTO MAYORALTY Chief Detective Springer of Sassa- CANDIDATES to send some uurglars to Ed Toronto, Ont, 23-Thomas L monton to tear up the town Clarke' Onurch, lawver, and J O McCarthy had said that he wished to discredit' InsEfaHS EtuSEf, "were nominated for ,Chie[ Hill and also that he, Clarke, mayor this morning There were sei H Hilt vrere dismissed from, olhce, en nominations for controllers. CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas and New Year Holidays 'Fare and one-third for the round trip. Between All Stations, Port Arthur to Vancouver and branches. Going Dates, Dec 22nd to Dec. 25th, and Dec. 30, 1914, to Jan. 1st, 1915. fINAL RETURN LIMIT JAN. 4, 1915 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AP- PLY TO NEAREST AGENT OR R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent. Calgary. EXCURSIONS Vancouver, Victoria, and Westminster. B. C. Round trip from Lethbridge. Tickets on Sal: Dec.'10, Jan. 16, 16, 17, 18; Feb. '9j ;10, 11. Return Limit April 30th, 1915. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. R.'.PAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN CANADIAN K, PACIFIC' Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States TICKETS ON SALE To EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Dally to Dec 31, 1314 (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 Cars, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES "UNITED STATES Minneapolis and St. Paul EASTERN CANADA Toronto, Hamilton, Samia and Windsor" Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and John and Moncton fares to other points Eastern Canada Chicago...... Kansas City t rates to other points in IlOholB, lona, Missouri, Nebraska, ADA CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Reproent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Tteke" Agent tmm s B Depot R. DAWSON, District Passenger Ajent, Calgary VANDERBILT HELPS AMBULANCE HOSPITAL 'New York, -N.Yi, Dec. K. Vanderbilt sent i cheque for to J. P. Slorgan Co. yesterday, to be applied to the fund for the main- tenance of the American Ambulance hospital in Pan Thtlj is the largest individual gift vet made In York for the relief of 's'uirerng In Europe There have been several. fiiftsof.Jlp.OOO to the fund jmil other similar funds for European relief work. TENDERS FOE SUPPLIES Sealed Tenders, addressed to The Provincial Secretary.; and endorsed respondence, any location. Herald office. Box 16 for general house work good wages Applj 63s> 8th St S. Phone 1530. 11- and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, C04-A Centre. Street, Calea.17, parcel containing a pair of pink silk gloves and a pair of. pink eilk stockings. .Finder will kindly re- turn to the Herald Office. fob; owner may have same by.'prdving.-nroperty and 'paying for this adv. TO RENT TO roomed plastered shack, furnished with large clothes closet "and.-water, also large garden and hen (house. Apply 502 19th St. North. given to Drawlne. Painting. Sketch- .ing ;frpm nature; etc. Write for prospectus STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC H, 8th St. S. Hours 10 to 12: 1 to D or by appointment. Tele- phone 1IJ5C. Hesiaence 720. 290-0 ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE.t Co. Electrical Dealera and Con'tractore. Phono 637. 70B Third Avenue South. FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. Tho Letibridge Wev- burn Co Limited Commls'iin.Mer. chants and Implement Dealers, 1862 1st 'Ave. S.. Lethbridge, Albtrta. Phone 117S. MEDICAL DR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher..- Hours p.m; Office 914 Third Avenue Phone 1263: DR. Sherlock 'Block, Sixth avenue. Offlcu hours 11.12; 7-8.30. Office Phono iiS; '1030. DR- 0 c CRAGG Physician, Sur- geon, Accouchor. .Office at residence corner 5th Avenue South and 7th Street South, Hours: 1-3; 7 to _S.30. Phono 12'QS. DR." Bye; Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-6; evenings by appointment, phones. Office 341, Residence 593. i-DEJNTAL B' gradual, cf Royal College of Deatal Surgeoni Toronto, and holdtr oi a Dominion Certificate. Office: Roomi t and 6. Bryan Block. Phong 1071 n T- (successor to Drs. Courtice unto University of Maryland. Rooms- Maodonald Bloci. Phone Alta. to Srs. Stewart and Mo- I.K .i. to 6. Office, fllr Inhotham Block. Phoan 374.- DR. t. .U. Licentiate Royal Colfege'o'l Physicians (London! HBO Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Ofdea: Hlgln- botham Biock. V1AV1 ETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- (The Herbal System of. Treatment eto-' Number js Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss B. S. Cook. PIANO TUITION UPIL8 FOR m 7th .Av Orlando nij, North PIANO TUNING' TAILOR AND FURRIER 1 TO. REMMn the Victoria Mansions after Dec, 23. one furnished basement KING PETER OF Whose inspiring presence and words to his army is given as the chief rea son for sudden; change in affairs in the battle in Servia where their army has turned .the tables. on the Austrians-who are now of Servia.-.He en'terad. Belgrade Wednes- day at the. head. troops. -his. .victorious (OIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY Lcodon Uec '4 is a big irom Salisbury Plain today hoth ot officers god men.. About 2000 proceeded to Scotland on sit days leaic others tomg to places fn Ire- land for a shorter time Leave has been granted to twenty per cent and an pndeaior has heen rrade to dis tribute among those who hitherto have absented themsehes little ircm j the camp during the last few wee s 11 here has been a gratifj mg 01 the tendency noChle among the men ol overseas c. erstavms their leave Those stay m canin will be well provided Inr m the matter 01 Xmas fare which is la gelv due to the gcnerositj 01 th" Canad an pei pu. who have sent an or j things well known Vnnnpeg resi- dent now oier hore has heen s end ing several nojks in the B'I hborhood of the camp and is now arranging to present man, from the west with a gift consistng of a body belt and socks The Duchess of Con naught's gift of pounds o! maple sugar la now being Jno A Cooper editor of th8 Cana dian Courier, is a candidate foralder- erman in- Toronto. Ton can 'he Red Cross society by becoming a member The null, only li annum for active members and per annum for 8Igc the form below, put the money in an envelope. mall It or take U to Hugh Donnan, honorary secretary Sherlock MJUIIg or W. R. Seitle, Ireasnrei, Imperial Bank or John Torrance Vfu KttvU. COUPON Flcua enroll my name ts aetltfe member of the Bed CroM Society, for whlct I my'-tcc'vt Name JUMren, FOR SALE IS head of Thoroughbred Ram- bouillet Rama in good eondlilon for breeding purpom Trice per head Set or write: R. C. Harvey Breeder of and Dealir In RAYMOND, ALTA Tenders -for -will be receiv ed at the Department- of. the Frqvin cial Secretary, Parliament Buildings Edmonton, up to noon "of Thursday the" 31st day of Decemher' 1914. for supply and deliver- of Groceries Flour. Oatmeal, during the year ending December 31st ijlp The Provincial Gaol; Lethibridpe Each tende" must bs accompanied jy an accepted cheats on' a'chartered Bant for five per- cent, of the amount of the tender nmde payable to the order of The Provincial Secretary which forfeited to th'e- Government of AFberta, in case the Eucceas-fcl .tenderer refuses -or- neglects- r to enter into contract, or when enterec in'o fails to carry out the thereof. Spenifications may be seen approxi natr quantities given and form of ender supplied upon application to he Department of The provincial Secretary Edmonton Deputy Provincial Secretary Edmonton, December 1914; v ammg .room, kitchen with gas range and laundry tubs and -bath. Rent per month complete. Apply to the Mansions Office. Third Ave. 3. Phone 636. Five roomed cottage, modern; gas range and gas heater, in good condition; ?15 a month. Apply W. li. Virtue. 1232 3rd Ave. 6 RENT Seven roomed house thoroughly cleaned and decorated. No. 508 13th St. S. H; MacBeth g 6 309 13th St.. 8 -rooms fully' modern, stable and garage. per month. ,422 12th St.. 6 rooms and batli. with stajble, J8.00 per "month. 643 Sth St. S., t rooms --fully modern. 125.00 .per month. 124S Sth Ave., six rooms fully modern furnished 530 00 per month. N..B. Peat Block Agents Bungalow in Strathcona Court fully modern including gas range and all conveniences Apply C B Bowman Agency Acadia Blk 0 In the Victoria Mansions furnished bedroom with bath per month which includes free use ot lommunity kitchen and --laundries If jesired. Apply to the Mansions office >rd Ave and 10th St South Phone '36 Appetizing With" flavor and aroma of the .choicest hops and with the blending ol the hops with-, the best selected barley malt, .yo'ti have good room with all modern convenlencsi, iteam deal, shower baths pmnge etc apply T M A 34_j WANTS'] To but small house or FURS CLEANED dressed and alter- ed and repaired.' 'Cleaning, pressing and repairing ot all kinds Special attention'given to out of town ord- ers. Stilts made to measure, 'TD The 410'5th St. 3. Phone 16bfi Lelhhrldge Miscellaneous for FOR SALEr-Second. hand'-V.'illiams piano; will for cash or easy terms. Apply ;Box :41 -Herald office or FOR" SALB Registered Berkshire Boars, all good stock, prices right H "awson Jr., Ooaldal Alta Phono R207 Ijrthbrtdge Ei change H. CRIPPS, -EXPERT -TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ repalrerr tO years .fnctbry experience. Hon. ours Certificate MT. Assn. London England.. Reference to' tht leading musicians of. the.city. Phote' lies 1S53 nth A.gonth. DUFF 4 K Ed- wards. B.A.Se., Dominion anf Al- iang Surtwor: Doriaii: A. Duff. Inc. clvl] enzlnwriaz -inii Isnd Tetfne. 805 Sherlock Bid- AUCTIONEER W. L. ana Cltv Ucensefl Snlcs of all eonductej oii teran. Llvt mock ana ftirin satis a at the Wilson Co., 18th at. North Phono 103S Residence Phnnn C8B Pownfown office tt the Lrthorluse. Iroa J: aown and f 1 per week Apply 412 4th Avenue S FOR SALE OR si roomed' house: possession at once Aipply J H. Tabor. 1234 5th Avenue South FOR Hock and Buff Orpington cockerels, Apply J B Ririe, Alberta's Pride Beer one of en (Icing never ages that the skill of man can produce. People drink It for its appeal Ing. for the refreshment that It affords, and fcr tlio health that It gives for Al berta's Pride Bee'ria beneficial In a variety of allmerts. Any good doctor will tell you that. LithbridK Beer is a ploislnj beverage, it it a good appetizer and it U fine for the digestion. Try a cue of It at home Lethbridge Malting Co, Ltd. PHONIM4 shack to move; must be "cheap. Ad- dress Box 18 Hprald. TOJITED-tRpoms for light house- keeping lady .with .young child in private house, (pilot-and priv- acy.-essential. Apply Herald Office I LO'iS TOR SALE FOR 18-19 Block ander Uie pair at cash N B Peat A Co., Macdonald Block, Agents Magrath FOR timothy alfalfa mixture, timothy 514. Buy through their office... Phones 365 and J017; Boi 925 Leth- bric'le SEEP OATS FOR have a limited amount- of choice-Banner seed oats. (These oatfFliave been very'care- fully c-leaned and-graded three times. A germination test of 100% has been given this year on these by the Government Seed Laboratory Sam- ples and prices furnished on applica- tlon O 8 Noble Nobletord WE.-HAVB BUYERS for horses, stock rattle wagons harness etc Let us know wh.at you have for sale. Leth bridge.Feod aqd Sale Stables, corner 3rd St and 4th ccne. Phone 1552 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Cartful and Prompt Service COAL, C. O. D. NUT, per ton LUMP, per ton Delivered in ton loads, fill! weight given, PHONE 1683 PRAYING Of All lunds Western Transfer Co. PHONES Limited P R Freight Stiedi Office 1163 Office 462 ibln Offic j Offlc I Stab UNDERTAKING f. Faaml Director and Emnalraer: also affenl for the SomcrvIIle Marble ft Oranita of Calgary. Office oppoilt. Court HOUM Phon. Ml ifence 284 7th a. Float 1171 und iiltht HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOM_ Wholesale retail All Taflftlet of hay: Hmothv. Joint mixed bar, nnland har, oat hnv and Mlifd carloRds a Dicrlalrr Storage for BoniehnM jtnwtn cellar snare for rent atiA T> O Wnr 1 FURRIER 'UBS REMODELLED, .SnaeS anil cleaned. Work itusrsnteed. let in Bible. David Scott. Bentley Com- TMinT Store. FLORIST I FRACHE BROS. asle and Retail Deslsns, Bo'uquets. Cut Flowers, "Pol Plants arid Hot House Vegetahlea. Phone 1008. ACCOUNTANT W. D. ot of Chartered Acrounfants o! Knpland nnrt and of th.j In- of iOiarterefl AewmnUnts Alhf-rH RMff T W. A. HENDERSON COV. Charttrad Aeeountanll Wlnnlpaj Mtdleln. Hal Accountancy in all Its Audit, Secretarial.' Ad- Vuorr, Systcmatlilng, and Tnist Work, Liquidations. Audla Bulldlno, Rnldint R. J. RITCHIE Chartered AceounUnt ;