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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ACS TWO THE LETHBRIDGJS JDjilLT HEIUI.P FRIDAY, DECEMBER Use a Want Ad.-Seldom Little MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN The locti sraln martM tooi a de- :ldsd slump this niornlng. the pricn I Nor them.......... No.' 2 Northern.......... 3 Xorttero.......... No. 4 Kortbera........... No- 1 Red.............. No. Red.............. No., 3 No. 4 Red.............. No, 5 Red............ Ko. 1 AllAltej tea-............ Ko, i Timothy, per 'tod AHfcUa mUt4 63H 53 4S 53 16-M 15-04 AMERICAN GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Dec. mar- ket was closed today. American mar-' keU declined, prices being as follows: j III riwwera THE MCE AND MATCHES MYTH by Show Rodcntl Will Mot Gnaw Modern Matchct Rapidly-growing initial iu f re- veaiion led to clcser analysis of tbe causes of CIXB. It bad long been popular to attribute bhies which could not be otherwise accounts4 for to the gnawing of matches by rats and mice. Nearly all fires whlcb started In par U tic us or out-ot-the-wny places were easily explained In Hits It is probable lUat many ivbich were due to carelessness 07 to faulty or deteriorating electric irirlns were charged up to tUe cxjni'eaiect ro- dent Tbe proportion" of fires accounted for ia this way became so large tbat tbe attention of tbe lire prevention experts was attracted, and finally ex- psriments-were made which showed ihat the theory ivas merely a myth. Minntipoltt Wheat Open December Mas-............ 57 July Mlnneapolii Cash Flax so: i... wt Chicago Wheat December S7H Slay............ July............ 3T CHICAGO 'GRAIN' MARKET i ed to death, TtUh matches as the only thins ther could gnaw, and in cot a single case was a match Ignited or any evidence of tbe teeth o! tbe an- imals. These experiments, seleatlS- 14C74 conducted by technical expects, I show that ingredients are used In the 'modern niatch composition whose J cdor, fumes and taste, white cot poisonous, are strongly repugnant and l5 I otmqxioua; to rats and mice, and dents Trill starve to death before they attempt to gnaw cuch chemical coiripc'jndE. In order to determine this (act a series ot experiments .was recently conducted. A number ot rats and Close SOS SSfJl ICbicago, Dec. or riln over much Use winter, crop belt made today's wheat msrt'etielEy. The iroUctlon and moUlnre given com- mice were caught la wire traps, the lined with the absence of any traps [nspecled aojir. The an- cota, and slightly Increased re-'imals CMght ,ere 5ep. delfts northwest appeared lo leave no wlUl OB6 ln e3rt encouraseraeut for the fculU. In ad- foui; of fte com. ditlon, there we-e complaints from pQ5ed Q[ uje and tte ends belng that the Hour tAde was in a c[ fiemi-demorallred conoitim. Prices altei opening unchansed to H lower. In each suffered a moderate all-around de- cline. turned TteaS with corn- Bust- begs was only of a scailerei kind. lmal was Upt a ,engiS food or water. In each cage 150 thoroughly seasoned white parlor or doirole-filpped matches were then with'a small quantify 01 len f sa Quanty o Fine vreathar In the Argentine 5rith uller in order to facllUate rtporrs of-a lirtrer yield there tended D[ fire in case of sn to keep the market was weak, V to K6H net- low- CALGARY LIVESTOCK PRICES .Uon.' No focd or water was Iot the tests were kept, Ihe'universi result being that while the rodents I llred from one to fire flays after tiii matches and'straw had been plac; i: IKere awl up, 61c. conduct a eerles of chemical i'fat butcher steers. UM.Its atd.up, composltlca of the match i :Ec: to Sic.: eood, fat bufcber steers, Introducing the 1000'Its. 5K-: choice system guaranteeing that they espoil speyed heifers, 6c. to'ejc.; had heen In accordance with L'rlialce fat cows'and heilers, 1000 fts. Bre-'prevention1- Beln i- ndi up, to good fat butch- .deeply interested In-tie question o er-cpws and heifers, 900'flls. and .up, fire hazards, he repeated thlt test 01 Sc. to 5Jc.'; Rood lat bolls, 4c. to 4ic. I rati and mice, with snch changes aa good fat stajs, -Ic. to' 5c. Choice spring I he saw at to matte as to details o the construction of the cages an HaveYOlf Something ToSeli? e it uuH, may have HIM by calling >t HtraW and for Uilt wble stole. ttlmme4 with and clawi. Reward by Iwvtat at HwaW Classified i-v--.r. tS Wtrtt an InMrtlen, I InMHIm tar DM prlM if fw Must Paid in Ad vioct SITUATIONS ana wotnsa to learn irher trade; experience ary. Elubl weeks comrlntes; tooli ud cataloeue tree Plenty el de- Land tor graduates. Write today, loler Bavber Centre itrcct Ca.rsrv. Alta. woman for gen- 'ial ho-JSework.- References required, nt 1.01S let Ave. S. Er-O. Tor general housework be fond of children. Good i-ages paid. Apply at once to E1S 1th Street South.. TEACHER WANTED Browns d-llo School District N'o 2457, 1st or !oi) TO MNT OFFICES TO located offices In ttw city. Ail toridern con ten lencet. Union Bank ot-Canada Bulld- rcg. For fu'rtUer luformatloa apply'tc, 0. R. Tinning'Mahot'tr. TO waiin room for the.winter U': private bomf Very close .RAtet'very Toung mta prtfernt. Breakfast K desired. 517 292 TO 1st, 1914 Ihe vrfuylses on tih St, S.'now occu- pled by This Co. Ltd. Good offlce and' .Vbrkthop; For' par- ticulars apply te'-Ths' C.1 B. Bovman Agency, Acadla Bids-. 3rd Are. S. 301-0 Professional Cards MEDICAL Oft. W. Eurttea, Actoucher. Houri H.BI.- 8H Third Avenue, for return or Intoraa- a leading to recovery OS helftr, ihowlni illihl rtriln, Braoded tar over JX rlihl John patterHn, Cirdttoa _ _ _ illvtr natch; taw Ke.. 111514 with R A. Inside of back return to HT7 tri S. S IJO.M REWARD Tor recovery: one llfht'bay gridlm withone white hind palter D, cropped branded UL aoaotram left (boulder, v pucit left vented 'brand reversed, about 1260 Address R. bay Clyde geMln, feet and white 6a both bees; cola branded B In oil rljht thigh, one shod, the other itld )5 front. JIO.OD reward. Palfrey Bros. Furpie Springs, Alta. OOce SUHord -Blk. SUth iMi; 1 fc B.sg; Residence 1W. Wl. (X Sur. OBIn 11; US; nwlon T DR. J. B. Physician and Surgeon. Corner and 8th' St. (Br. Mew- uura't old 1249. Ot houre n to 12; 1 to S 7 to 9. Section 16-6-21, two biy yearling colta, colt with white utrlp oa face; (Illy colt, two white 'i lad feet, bothbranded? on rlsht shoulder. Reward 15 each for Information leading to recovery .of lame'.' C. Q. Sauyer, Raymond. WANTS] pair o( once. Mult be' good and game. An- pli-.box 95; Herat j. trade Interest bearing paper or'oilier property'for livestock, preferably brood marei, or will buy. C.'S. Xohle Noble, 391-0 Slate parlicuiars and wanted. C. U. Brunsdale, Secy-Trrja., JQ have, bouses to Bot 12, Herald wanU a siqaU set of books to look'after-la spire [f bard, Secy-Treas, Burdett 20SS, Buniett; Alia. capable mild. ot Mrs. W. D. Avenue South. male preferred, Protestant, 1st or 2nd rja7i class Alberta qualifications. Salary ;750 per annum, "duties to commence Jan. 5th, 1914. Apply to'P, A.-Lnm- man aboat 20 years at once, as general 'esslstant In tnd store; used to horsec Apply W. M. Glasgow, Commerce, or Phone Commerce P. O. 013-7-6 quallSed.teacher for the Antonio School District, duties to com- mence January 5th 1914. Apply C. M. Scadden, Secy-treas., Purple Springs, Alia. ''It-jS Til' leveral young men the autooioblle buslneis'ln 'ten weebs'by mall and assist th'em'to good positions'. No tuition until position ii secured. today. R. S. Price, Automobile Eipert, Boi UK Angeles, Cal. For FOB alfalfa, oiled bay and best re-'iortcd plied In ton lots or OTer. by the Growers' company, Farm Products Ltd. Hull Bulldlaj, 1th St phone 1011. i- 200-300, Sc.; 400-500, Cc. other methods of readering the tes Choice VSllini; sheep scientifically conclusive. He used no j 55.50; choice, killing sheep onlV phosphorus -but. aljo the very 1 I latest non-poisqnous.-sasijul-tdpHas I LAMBS: Choice milk lambs, Sic.; i matches, and the remits fully cor- POR home grown No. 1 Tlniothy seed. Call or write John Davidson, CoalSale. Phone R. 216. choice yearling lambs, 5c. Ship Your Grain John Billings Co. Limited Members Winnlpe; Grab Cicbenge Winnipeg Lcthbrldgi For prices phono 15H, brldte, or write P. 0. Boi 218 Office Royal Bank Building, 4 LlndJiy oborated the previous records. Ills epbrt to the Council of the Labora- ories said: "The results of the cut- Ing (csts show that types A, B and C -'e safeguarded sufficiently In respect o Ignition by friction to make It dlnV ult tor.a rat or a. mouie to Ignite the ompcsltiqri by gnawing. bulb f type I) Is practically nonlgoiUble >y gnawing. H is considered Unpiob- hie that a rat or roouse would gnaw he phosphorus tip which is highly rrttallng and poisonous to animal Ife. In consequence tho 6re protection experts bold-that both raU and mice will sterre In the presence at irjatchee without attempting to eat tjLe match composition or to gnaw the sptlnls, and that there Is so truth in the com- rconly accepted theory that rats and mice start tires with matches. NUT COAL Lump, Mine Run, or Load Lott. NEW BARNES MINE 1471 C. o. B PRAYING Western Trantier Co, Limited C. f, ohedi I I 11M FOR troa range, only used six months. Party putting n gas. Will sell at a reasonable price Apply 316 Aye. A. S., or phone 720. SALE Pedigreed Hampshire FOR furnished'modern pigs; five months old, J10.00 per head I home, 323 7th ave. A! per moalli; Addreis Stock Farm, Pur J. Hlack- bunie Co., Ac id fa bldi. FOR Faimer.it you want to save money on your next year1! Tiafnesj goods, call at tbe Alhcrta Saddlery Co., the old eland of the Lethbrldte Saddlery Co. Everything In the store at cost. Lease expires on the 3lst December TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Three Ohio fishermen, Fred and Block, Fifth Street S. -For particulars apply to James' Batr, Phone 1434. STORE TO now oc- cupied by Stifford-Afnew Co.; Pos- session from 1st January. Apply A. 3. Stafford on: prem.iKJ, STORE TO lately occupied by J..-Hufner, Sboeman. lm- rcedlale poaseMlon.-- Apply A.-B. fcrd, c'o Slagcrd-Airnew Co.- WAREHOUSB-to i 36, IV, ttbrlet, .situate 'oa rtfr ol J. S. Rcie't geBtXf sjore. Apply Aijd. StaJora. MONEY TO well H Unn Unda. Loan and intMtuett Co., Alberta Loan Biilld- Ini'Srh'Bt Smith.. Phrase OSTEOPATHS Oft. L. I. Phy- sician, member ot Col. Phye. Alherla; Suite 3K-18 Sherlock bUg. 'Phona-HU. MASSAGE J SUPERFLUOUS MAIR REMOVED Miss K.--May graduate ol lie Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Ir.stl lute, sage and Gymnas- tics. (Swedish) 'Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Ught Treatments. Electrolysis and .'Shampooing Treat- ments elven by appointment only Phone 171d. Room 1, Hull Block. VIAVI p. uitvi. Toe naturril home treatment [or ztrroutuew. etc. 1115 Srd-Are Soulh. Houn 5-S pj5. dallr and 10 i.tn. to 4 p.m. Salnrday, or by ap- polniment Phone 1899. Manager MIS' .K, 6. C-onV. DKNTAL r_____ on. M. 1. of Koyal College of OenAal ud 'bolder of .1 Dominion Dental certlflcattt.- -Offlce: Bryan block.. Phone 1071.. MONET TO farm per' SimVEYLNG r. HAMILTON, Alberta Laud Surrtyor; Irriga- tion anil Hydraulic Butfnur. Roomi- l UD i, Whitney Block. V.O. Box C5T. Phone inn. ____________ DUFF t. EDWARDS (Wm. M. Ed- rardJ. D.A.Sc., Dominion and Al- erta Ijind Surveyor; Donild A. Jutl, blue print- Dg, civil engineering and sur- 205 Sherlock Building, Allt.' g.t( PIANISTS MISS A. ARNOLD Plantste. Is .for engagements (or dances, parlies, clc. Orchestra supplleU. Wrlie 233 20th St. N., or phone 17S2. AUCTIONEER W. L. cltr llcensei! tucllbneer. Balea of all kinds conducted oa 'reasonable terms. Lire itock and farm taltf a lueclilty. at the Wllsoc Furniture Co., ISlh St. North. Fbone 1013. Residence Phone 685. Downtown office at the Lethbrldgr We.vlmm Co, Phone 117J. FRANK 1? years' experience; will handle your sale In the way that geU tho money. Phones and H16. Rea. sonable terms, prompt setllements. Goods rpceh'ed for sale or rmcllc'n. ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE i CO.- Eleclrlcal dealers and Contractors. Phoat C3? Third Avi-nuo South. FURRIER DAVID remodelled, cleaned nnd dressed. Fine selec- tion at latest etylgi. At the Bent- ley Co WHOLESALE DRS. COURTICE AND graduates o[ Norlliwest ern University, Hours 9 to 6. Phone 1165.' Mocdonalrl Block, l.ethbrldg'j, Alta. WESTERN SUPPLY AND EQUIP. MENT CO., LTD., Corner 3rd Are. and Un SL Wholcsulo Mine. BuMcrs1, Blactemllhs. .Hallway, supplies; pacUng, baiting, valves, pluo Qttinga, wire rope and fittlnps, barb wire, fancy brick, wat. erproollng, espunEion stora fronts, plate' phone 1044. LOTS FOR SALK 'O ulet warn (urpiiher rpomi In a 'modem'hb'Jie: Very, tlcwi: I ouuoeri. inci In. Apply BOS Jprie.e ta Jetr- door Trest'ot phone 16SU l IjOTS FOR best buying In Letbbridie, Semr, water, and irictnltjr of-Ollroore'i .bakery; necti. Special tenna to lota will double in M. GlIMan, 7-rO TO RENTr-Elsht and hilt houie.'No.'lSOT Iti Fully uodtrn. tti.OO per moath. Ap- ply Arthur Hayr 3tl Cth St-.or 7tt Are. 3. TO furnllhed kouwke-p Inj apartnenti Central. Pkoai aiui erery convenience Apply 1010 !nd Aye. S. f.'..- AND PM tl ftr VMS. si. s.: 1JH TO RENT Boarding hoa.M, Unt class, houM'unfurnished on !rd South, dole to builneia and to apartment houte TMruIrinj table accommodation. opportun- ity for aood caterer. Reiit- very' rea- AH modern imprbreinenU. Apply to O.R. Tinning, TJnlon Bank of Canada or Asqaltn A -UndHy.-' 10-rff aprlngs, Alta. FOR A Clarinet by 6th Aye. OT car ft Co., London, Ens-, German all-IUne; fully modem; to anyone takins ver kejs, lined JoinU. Cneap. Box ease will rent for )20'per month for next three months; afterwards; we havu others. large and ID call md J. Blackburne t Co. Wdr. 661 City. TO Sth are.; S-room- ed house; partly lurnriDed' 09 ave. 3. .'.jf- FOP. cattle, cheap, 98 bead consisting of cows, calves, year- ling steers and.heifers. Most all cows and heifers coming la. this spring. Qeorge'Gow, Cowley, Alia. TO RENT OR FOR rea- terras, S rooped, fully modern home; 1 '4-roonied modem coir age, 811 and Sir.Stb One five-roomed modern !0tli Street South. Apply 1018 lltii Street 3., or pbone HIS. iS1 FOR chair barber shop and lease of pool room, In good town. 1150 will handle it. Grant, Moir i Co'. Room S, Stafford Block, Fbone 1528. 10-6 Shaw and James Faustein were Ined (900 and costs for Illegal fishing n Canadian wafers with gill netc. At a local option meeting at the Canadian Soo, in which Albert Grlgg M.P.P., took part, Rev. Dr. Shaw, of the American said., a petition wtyjM be circulated there for loca' option. .Judge Madden, of Kingston, dis- allowed appeals against Income as- tcssraent mado by eight local govern- ment officials, Including tbe post master, customs and inland revenue collectors. 3. 3. Conservative member for Thunder Bay and Rainy P.lver, has been choten to move the address reply to the tpeech from the throne at the opening ol parliament Bext month. FOR will giya'choke o( BIX Seltlciienfa for Canadian Home In- vestment Company Contracts. Ad- vise me Uie amount you -have paid. S. T. Slanard, Bank of Ottawa Build.- ing, Vancouver, n. C. ________13 FOR h'ssd of cholcs Lincoln ewes, one and three yeara old, bred to a registered Oxford and a Lin- coln Ram, which Is also fur sale. All large stock and In fine condition Phone H Til. B. S. Pdwaon, Coaldale. .HaBstwif, rttert mmedlate larga for Dished tulle containing two bedropm parlor and private.bath, will accoca modate four peraona, rent complete per month. Apply Victoria Mansldoi Office, Third Avenue S. 13- MONUMENTS If you ar4 coi.siiieilng the- purchas- ing of a moimment, sea us before you decide, test slock, best de- signs Bad beat prices. Lethbrlrfse Monumental Worki. 8th R. Maniger. Alta. LANI) FOR SALE FOR acre Irrigated Jen tract, In 2'4 rnllo circle. 1190 Per acre.' ICO ptr Kfi down and bal- ance on Land adjoining sold for aero. Pox 46, Herald office. 285 FOR and ten acre lots plowed and Irrigated, near school, Jua1 cast of city. Easy terrni. Lloyd t Define, Hull 7th St. Phone 1017 _ '________. 273-0 KUlfigH COLUMBIA FRTnT LANK acra tracts; bargain prlcet, ffi'JS be sold, H to 13S per acre; UO.OO monthly. Write Columbia Hirer Or cbardi, Ltd., Nelsoa B. C. 13EOU TO room fully modem cottage on fionth tide, for }20 montn. See our KM of to rent before deciding. Tbe Dowa.Uy Mulhern Land Co., Sherlock Biilldrbg i'hone 644. 1 ror Sale .or 50Ulh. Phone 1744. BOARD AND ROOM DBS. MARKS ANC luceesiori to Dn. Eltmirt and Mo Clara. Hours 9 to D; Office. Hie- lakolbam Rlock. Ptone 314- OH. E. O. UentUt, meic- bac ojfxed carloads a specially. Wire or wrjtc for quotations. .Prompt service, quality guaranteed. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar space for .rent, Hyde Saundcrs. corner and-12th s., 1900.1 St. S. P. O. lioi 1127; Phone 124J. 14. fOIHSING _l .Tunrng I'rulon dlt- fnct medical and before alia., 1-130 C-7. 1414 7tb Are E Phone UNDERTAKING Notice to Intending Settlers TAKf NOTICE THAT ON FRIDAY, JANUARY Hth, 1W, T.HE FOL- LOWING LANDS WILL BE OPEN FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRY' The W. H or section 58, N. W. ot Section 30, NorUiweat Quarter of iSectlon 31, S.-.E.' Kof" Section 8. W. 'A ot Section 33, all in Township 8, Range 9, West ot the 3In Meridian.' Dated at Lethbrldge, Alberta, thla 16th day ot December. J. TV. Stafford, Agent Dominion Lands. NOTICE Sealed tenders -will be received by the underalgned up to and Includlni the orh day ot January, A. D., 1914, for. the purchase of all or any part of the followlnc gecurltle'i held upori by- poUiexfatlon: flundred and N'fnety-slx Thoua- and of the Capital Stock of the Superior Coal Company Lintel of the par value of Ono Dollar each. Tirte'Hundred Twftnty-rx'fne T. Director, and Embalmvr; alao agent foi the and Granitt Worii, of Offlo opposite Cpurt Houie. Plont 661; Real- dthce 2Si-.7tQ Axe. 3. Open day and. Y. Director, Embalmer; aitendant when desired) Donnan block, 401 2nd AVI. S. Poom 1802; nliht or 'day :_______ PRIVATE" HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOEPITAI Mra. Haarlea'i Hoipita) and Ufttralty- 8 Phone _WELD1NG THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA WELC- -ING CO., have opened a at tho rear of Dr. McClurc's residence, 610 Eth SL South. All kinds of hroken raachlnery. repaired by the' Oxygen- Acetylene process on 'short notice. Also skates ground. R. C. Mgr.. J. D. Walker, Master Mechanic. The W1MPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL tor Burcical, Mtdlcat anil Maternity tam. -.Graduate Nuraea. Mlsi 'Scpcrlslenient, 1324 1th Wmjli. Phfnp ia4i r.cthh-iilge MUSIC MRS. W. H. o! piano, harmony and theory. Hogin- ners a specialty.. J12.50 a term. Prl-' mary and advanced pupils prepared for examination, If desired, studio moved from 16th St. to 1226 5lh ave. A South.' FOR SALE OR BXCHANOB-rH yen property Is for sile nr eicbaoge.'M us. We rnake a tpoclalty o! exchaof Ing real personal Commission Ma- sonable; If you net get It cam.you nothing. Try We get the buslneii, 721 or cdl Klmball t Urtoa, 117-118 Dulldiog, FOR SALE OR CMrt and helten, K held, for feeiJer Could use a rlilns 2 or 3 Percheron stalKon-rpurt bred or grade. W. H. Pawton, Jr., Coaldale. Fhont, R. 212. KOK have clear Mile quarter tecllon one and hilt mllei, from Whltla, to eicnangt for and raacbinery. Grant, Moir k Co., Phone 1523 Room t, Stafford Tho'jsanil' ihares of the Capital Stock of the Rock Sprlngj Coal and Brick Company, United ot the par value ot Dol lar each. First mortgage Gold'Bonds of the Coneolidated Coat Com- piny, Umltcil, ol Ihe following do- Domination: On'e tl) Five Hunarfd (J500) Dol- lar Flrat Mortgage Gold Bond, four One Hundred Cellar First Morteaee Coll Bondt Ten One Thousand' (11000.00) Dollar First Mortgage Gold Rcndi. The highest or any tender will not nccetsarlly. accepted. The cealed'tenders chall address- 'fA to the undersigned and marked "Sea'eil Tenfara." Ihs 6lh day ot December A.D. H, O. Myert, Barrlslsf, etc., Taber, Alberta Union Transfer ETHEL COMYBEARE F.T.C.M. FUno tat Theory; Studio, Room 2, abort Sheiman (late Merrill Theatre. 'ORLANDO ol Piano, Harraon'y'abd-Theory. -.Lessons giv- en Averiue North, IhE LcTrtBHlOQE IMPERIAL OR- -for -donees -for Ic'jrolng.'.sea'soii.' Any- number of pieces a'uulled: Violinist, J, B. .Gas- kell R. Box 434; v'tAN TUNING 8. H, 'CltJPPjH- Bxpert Piano Tuner. 1Z53 Sixth A Boulh. I'hor.i II6X ACCOUNTANT MttMitgwr, tni Coll. Prompt CXIIn PHONE 491 Trtntfir, r W.A. HENDERSON tCo., C.A. Muni- cipal.'coal. Umber, manufacturing, retail, .wholesale and other audits. ..OfflcM at WlnnirKf.-.McdlcInc Hat, Lethbrldge. Resident Parlnor, A. E .Qlbson, C A., Acudla BiilWfnK. Phone' 1619. B, D. of tho Institute ot Cbai'lcrei) Accountants in Kng- .-land and Wales, and ut the Inslltulr pt Chartered Accountants of Alia, Lethbrldgc. Canadian Pacific Railway Depot Ticket Lethbrldgt REPRESENTINO: Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Lint, Royal Mall StfamctJ White Star, Red Star, American Line; lelanri Line. Cunard Lines Donaldson Line Anchor Lino French Scandinavian American 'Russian American'-' Holland-America Line Hamburg-American Lino North German Lloyd Lino Austra-Amerjcana S. S. Co. Dl Navlgazlene A Vapore N-wijazlene Generate ItallJro And all other Trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Special Clirislmas Rotes, Sail- Ings of any lines mailed prompt- ly upon application. Wlrekss reports of ships near- Ing ports received, daily. Infor- mation cheerfully given. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION ALL TICKETS. SOLD BY US .Call '.telephorie Addreil S. B, C! P. -R.-J-TICKE'T.AGENT LETHBRIDGE. It- Transfer Phone j 386 Careful ;