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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AOrXWO [top the LETHBRlDGe IfBR-A LD TUESDAY, DE.C*!>ig> THE KING AT THE FRONT TENDERS FOR ' SUPPLIES �Royalty reviewing Belgian iroops in Furness, ueiaiuiu. i' rom ieU to nght, Maharajaa ot" Bikanir, Sir Pertab ISinslti Prince of Wales. King A'Jbert and King George. The occasion of the visit was the first in 170 years that an English monarch has gone to the tattle front. \raEN ARMIES EXCHANGE CALLS South Farmers Neglecting to Form Rural Municipal lies ; CONTINUED FROM VRONt PAGE Sealpd Tenders,. oddr.essoa to Tho Provincial Secretary, anil ondorscd "Tenders lor SupiiUes," will be rocelv-od at Mip Uepftrlujent of llie Provin-i-iai Secretary, FarllameBt Buildings Kdiuonton, up to noon of Thursday, the 31st day of December,; 1914, for the supply an;l delivery ot iTroceries, Flour. OaDnea!, etc.. durljiK the j-eav eudiug December Slst, ISIS, tc� The Provincial Gaol,- LetlibridRe. Kach tendor niust be aoconipanied by an accepted cUea;;e on a chartered Bank tor live per cent. oC tlic amount of thi- tender made ixiyablo to the order of The Provincial Secretary, which will be forfeite;] to t!ie Goveni-nieut of .Vlberta, In caae the successful tenilercr refuses or neglects to enter into contract, or when entered into falls to carry out the iirovlsions thereof. Spe;-illcalious may be seen, approxi-nic.te quantities given, and form of ttjider supplied upon a;pplication to tl;.' Iiouartiiient of The. Provinoia' Sotrctai-y, i.'idmonton. . E. TRO\TORIDGE, l.epwty Provincial Secretary Edmonton, December 21st, 1914. 12-6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Wing Sing Tong has purchased the Hop Sing liCEtavirant' in Barons, Alberta, and will not be responstSle for debts of the said restaurant after Feb. 2nd,. 1915. , ,, . (Signed) WING SING TONG. 15-h6 I'll atk thouiancit of pee. pl� If th�y havn found th* nelrleom -or Jtwal that you havo loat. 23^ The very first thing to do when you've lost anything, or found any article of value, la to send word to the Wants. MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS HAt.l^ REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M. Holmes gmduats ot tho Pejinsylvania Ortho-pjEdlc Institat.|e, Medical Massftgo aiid Gymnastics (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Eight Treatments, Electrolysis and Shaia-pooing Treatments given by ap-poinlmbnt only; Room 1. Hull Blk. I PRiVATEHOaPrfAL ] PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates given on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74(1. (Copvrioitt, mil. by De Forest Poitor.> 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the- pr:oe of Four. MUST BE PAID \U ADVANCE LOST-FOUND EVE.^Y PURCHASER of 5Cc worth of Hardware at C. W. GRAYS HARDWARE j STORE has a chance for tfi* J75 Range FREE. LOST-A parcel con.tainlng a pair of pink silk gloves and a pair of pink silk stockings. Finder will kindly return to the Herald Office. 12-0.\ FOUND-Watch fob; owner may have same by proving property and paying for this adv. 12-x TO RENT iarniers say the-arran^en-.ents.'vimdcr these nninicipaUtiies.arc not .all that they should be. Well, it thcv nut, v.lij miss their undoubted advanta.i;es for the saiie of some minor dciects, which it may be.necessary only to D^,J,, W^��,*��.T P�w,� point out in order to have them'rem- 0010611 III. Winnipeg TayS "Our backwardness in these respects will enable other parts of the pio.iiice to go ahead while we mark time. DO IT NOW ^ "W;ih all the .prospects for a. soad CONTIN'KED FROM FRONT PAGE i crop in 1915, and the almost certain- ---^----� j ty of .?ood prices, wo sliould be, up Mucins four months ago.' " Our inex-! and doing to take advantage .'of all.'bauStlble resources in t^o. forests, available n;eans.t6 ma'-.e the best of fisheries, the coal and'hiineraJs of the better gentral conditions tliat we Canada, are tremendous assets in High Tribute to Loyalty of the West all sincerelv hope are now o.ening ^'^^^ All tliis must tei'l in the out before us.- 'one run, as Germany will'yet'know. "In tlie matt-cr of demonstration Resources vs. Preoaration ais- -jijjg ability ot the allied armies to fiold in cheque the pc'svorful forces these tf. be established in vour trict and pointini;.-out that you.could Tp.RiENT-Ne^ double" atore 25x29, jvtth housekeeping flat above, on' car line, comfortable and flilly modern; will rent together or separate very reasonable. Apply Phone 1116. 15-0 TO RENT-6 roomed, fully modem house, 813 8th Ave. S.. $16. , 5 roomed cottage with stable, Alexander, $10. Phone 1418. 14-0 ^O RE5NT-Two roomed plastered shack, furnished with la'ge clothes closet and water, also larb? garden "and hen house. Apply 502 Itftn St. North. 10-G TO RENT-Well furnished fully mod-erti house, seven rooms, very low rent to good tenant, long or short period. Apply 1007 8th Ave. S. 14-6 TO. BENT-In the Connaught Mansions?,pne furnished front suite, immediate-possession; -could lbs arrang-. ed for light housekeeping. Rent ?25 par month. Apply to. Victoria Man-' Sions Office, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 636. � l-l-0 German officers frequently visit the French lines on special missions. Tbreir eyes are always bandaged during these trips except when before the licoitunandlng officer. CANADIAN Christmas and New. Year Holidays Fare^nd one-third for the round trip. Batwean. All. Stations, Port Arthur to Vancouver and branches. Going Datejs, Dec. 22iid to l>($c. 25th, and Dec. 30^ 19I4i to Jan. 1st, 1915. FINAL RETURN LIMIT JAN. 4, 1915. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AP-PLY> TO NEAREST AGENT, OR Ij. DAWSON, PIstrlet Passenger Agerit, Calgary; CANADIAN Vancouver, Victoria, and ^'^ew Westminster, B. C. $34.10 Dec. Round trip from Lethbrldge. Tickets on Sale fO,-, 12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, 18; , 7 Fab. 9,.. 10. -11, Return Limit April 30th; 1915. �.�S, B. MITCHELL .Tleket Agent,'. Lethbridge. ' - > -iR. 6a^son, � District Paasenger Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN PACiri CANAmAN : Hon. ilart'n Burrell, Ministes of riculture, Ottawa. ROPER GETS BIG SHIP Commander- Loaned to Canada Naval Service Organization ^g- v-.eli as its enormous resources,' are already being organizeU on such a �scale as leaves no room foe doubt as I to the issue of this struggle. .. . . Gigantic Preparations, "The preparation-mufitbe-thcrougli-' ly and adequately made. TO RENT-^Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, ,aU modern conveniences, extension telephone on same floor, suitable for young married �couple. Apply 1270 Cth Ave.. South. Phone ^ISfi.s. _ 14-6 fO~"RENT-309 ]:!th-St., nursing miss L. F, McKrt*-Graduate of, Samaritan Hospital and Rotunda Hospital, Ireland. Medical, surgical and obsterical nursing., 701 5th Avenue South.. Phone 793. � . ^2-0 SpircUa Parlors CORSETIERE-Mrs. H. H. Pipes, 414 Bth Ave, S.. successor to Mrs. Lun-dv. Write for appointment. 15-0 ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES-SONS GIVEN-Apply Miss Filmer, Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. 240-0 r educational KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cnn- brook. 8.^X3. Headmistress. Mlas v. M. Cherrtngton. Boarding school tor girls and young ,boya, Bracing mountain climate. Fall High School curriculuiii. Shorthand. Stenography and Bookkeeping', ripecial attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketching from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. 367-0 STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-Miaa H. Bro*n, 4i:i 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to E or by appointment. Telephone 166C. Residence 720. 299-0 FARM PRODUCTS "^1 HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES A GRAIN SACKS-Wliolesale & retail. Phone write or wire lis for special carload quotalions, ' The Lethbiidge Wey-hum Co., Umited, Commission Mer-clianta and Implement Dealers, 1262 l8t AVe, S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Phono .1173. 266-0 for Ottawa, Ont.-Word has been received here of the advancement at Commander Charles D. Roper, former chief of staff in the department of Naval Service. Commander lioper was on? of the British officers loaned to this country on the organization oC ti-.e naval service. It will be remembered that after going- back to Eng'land, he was the object of a bitter attack by -Liberals on the floor of Parliament in connection with >^the Naval Aid Bill debates. ComminSer Roper, on his return, was placed in charge of the destroyer Camelon, a ve.'-sel of 747 tons. From the Camelon he has now-gone to the Broke, one of the his destroyers, which on the outbreak of the war were building in British yards for the government ot Chili, and which were taken over by the Admiralty. The Broke is a-large, powerful and heavily-armed ship, and is the leader ot .a destroyer flotilla, believed to be in the North Sea. 8 rooms fully modern, stable and garage. $25 per month. 422 12th St., 6 rooms and bath, with stable, $8.00 per month, 643 Eth St, S.', 7 rooms fully modern, $2.").00 per month. 124S ."jtii Ave,, six It would he'iiJtJHis luily modem, furnished, $30.00 not onlv useless, but a crime, now to -per month. N. B. Peat & Co., Macdon- send our citizen soldiers intoHhe field aU Block, Agents.___11-0 of battle without the opganiiatlon,: TO RENT-Bungalow In Strathcona training ?.nd disci p'.ine wliich are-es- court, fully irioclem, including gas) sentlal under conditions- of-� modern ; range and all. conveniences. Apply C. I TAILOR AND' FURRIER_j PURS CLEANED dressed and altered and repaired.' Gleaning, pressing and repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given to out of town ord^ ers Suits madeto measure. "D The Tailor," 410 5th St. S. Phone 1666. Lethbrldge, Alta. 294-0 B.' Bowman Agency, Acadia BIlc IMiscoIlaneoas for Sale war. are. "So here in the west a8;wel! as in ! j,q rknT-lT"thFTin5rra~SaaH?ioirsT the east .of this Dcminlou - and ; f-^^^.^,,,j bedroom wiUi bath, $10 per throughout tbe Empire-, armies are ^ , includes free use of being organized, equipment and arma-, _,,,,^,,it,. ^^^x,.^ an,l laundries if ment-s; are bcms prepared,^ and ^e , Xpplv to the Mansions office are making, ready for the day-when::.- Tmi inth ^t qn.ifli Phone the hosts of Germany .shall be driven ; ^-i! A^^- ''"'^ 10"^ St. boath, Ihone g VLR-Three good dairy cows; within their own frontiers and -the', >"'' ' "i "-'n. a-n.... march begins, which shall not end un- FOU SALE-20 White Rock females and a few males, one- Single Comb Black Minorca Cock 'Bird and, 7 or 8 females. These are all high class birds and are for sale reasona,ble. W. A. Ott, City. 15-6 MEDICAL DR. W. s. QALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Ofllce 914 Third Avenue Phone 1253. DR. IVlcNALLY-:109 Sherlock BlocE R�3idence 1366 St-Xth avenue. Ofllce hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Office Plio'ie 319; Residence lOflO. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye. -Nose, ami Ihroaf; Dominion Building, Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evenings, by appointment, Ptones, Office 341, Residence 593. ' c DENTAL *t- eiBSON-Dentist, r-adtiato Of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. OflBcs: Rooms e_and 6. Bryan Blo-fc. Phone 1071. ^' ^' ^' ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Orad-uate University of Maryland. Rooms s and 9, MacdonaUl Block. Phono 1165. Lethbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. mAMrtSANDMARRS-Uutitisis auocessors to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Cloro Hours: 9 to 6. OfBce, fllf _lnbotham Block. Phonn 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Deollst, mem- iVn^l ??^"..*^'*"*^* �* SurKBona. 'EiiK.> Licentiate Royal Collewe of PhvslpisTii, (London^ L.n S i�oo Hours: 9-12; 1-5.' ,Ofllce: 6-8 HJRln-botham Block. I VIAVl 1 "^Zu ^?t"''*^ COMPANY-; (The Herbal System of, Treatment, for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p^m. dally. 10 to 4 Saturday, or by. appointment Misa E. S Cook. 252-9 ,___[__._ ___ ssip-s- f piano tuition PUPILS FOB PIANO-Orlando Kay. L piano tuning G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNB�- Player-Piano.and Organ repilrer: 20 years factory experience. Honours Certlflcato MT. Assn, London. England.. Reference to tht leading musicians, of the city. PhoM 1168. surveying" DUFF 4 EDWARDS-fWm, M Ed" wards. b.a.Se.. Dominion anf Alberta f,nnd Surveyor; Donal* A. Duff. OF.)-r-nnimxrelal blue vrlnt-j !0B. elrll enrlneartne and land sui^ rrrin? SuH# 205 Sherlock Ulde.^ I auctioneer W. L. WILSON-Provlndal and Cltr Licensed A.iictloneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on rfaiorah'c term*. Llva stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the WllBon riirni(;irr� st~the r.�thhr1iie� undertaking' Exciirsions to Eastern Cariada, Great Britain and Uniteil States . . TICKETS ON SALE -- PASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES Daily to Dec. 31, 1914 - ' � (Limit Three Moaihs')-;-, . TO GREAT BRITAIN, Dally to Dec. 31, 1914 (Limit Five Months)  EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP IN COMFORT standard and'Tourlat-Sleeping Cars; Compartment, Obaervation Cai-a, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES - EASTERN CANADA , UNITED STATES Wtodsof.'"!"?": ''.T'.'$6'2.80 Minneapolis and St. Paul. .$45.40 Duluth ... . Chicago Kansas City ----$42.90 ...$51.50 .. .$55.5C Montreal, BelleTiUe, Kjfigston : and Ottawa.........,...$67.80 Quebec...............�72.7p 8t Jobn and Moncton ....�82.10 mUfax...... ... ... , .-$86.25, Ifim- ttret to other, poiuU iu. Elgateni Cajiada. CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Repreaent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES . fttrtber information on all excursiona from S.B. Mitchell. Depot :-!rtck�t Agwtr.or- -v -� B. DAWSON, DIafrict Paaasngen-'Agertt;^'Calgary. , Low" rates .to other points in Illinois, Iowa., SJipsoiiri, Nebraska, .an4 Wisconsin, THREATEN TO BLOW UP BUILDINGS IN THE 'HAT Medicine Hat, Alta., Dec. 29.-Few H-itters are aware of the fact that for the past few weeks the city has been lianginp; under a cloud. Chief Bruce has recent'y received two letters writ ten in foreign language, revealing to him a plot of Austrians to blow up the city hall and post office. This letter has been given a look of reality by the fact that during the past few weeks there has been a number of strange -Austrlans come to thq city and have been haliging around the bars.  The- police Have been keeping a close check on them. til the Prussian oligarchy and iti dominance over the German people shall have come to a deaerved and inevitable .end." PRAYING i| Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shcdu Office : : q63 PHONES -i Office : : 462 -Stables : 1664 i:oi: -I'or n good room witti a.I modern conveniences, steam heat, ehower tsalhs plunge, etc., applv Y all three.time up, 'Apply Wra. Robertson, Diamond City, Alta. 15-G MISCELLANEOLS WANTS T WANTED I Everybody to buy Hardware | this week at greaUy reduced | prices, at | C. W. GRAY'S HARDWARE | STORE. 1 FOR SALE-Second hand Williams piano; will sell cheap for cash or easy terms. Apply Bo? 41 Herald ofllce. or Phone 1402. 12--0 ! T. 8. FETTEPLY-T,i�8dlnK Fun^rnl Director and Embalmer: also atrent for the Som*^rvllle Marble & Oranlte M''orkB, of Calgary. Ofllce opposite Court  HouM, Phone B�l. Heil. denre ?S4 7th Are 9. Phone 1174 Open day nnd nieht. wholesale FOR S.'VI^R - Registered Berkshire Boars, all ages, good stock, prices right. \y. H. -Pawson, ,.Tr., Coaldale, Alta. Phone R-207 , Lethbrldge Exchange. 10-11 B. J." Guest, ree%-e township, Ont, isdeail. of � Ancaster NUT,, per tojir-..', .tigS LUMP, per ton.-. /.. ....;. .$4.35 Delivered in twp' ton, loads,' 'iull weight ;giy^n,:- , ^ PHOfiE:1?M ; FOR SALE 18 head of Thoroughbred. Ram-bouillet" Rams in good condition for breeding, purposes. ,- '^-'^ � Pi-ice $10.00 per head See or write: - -  R. i3. HarA'cy Breedpr of and pe'aleri(ri i^Haep. RAYMOND, ALJ'A.V*- W.-\.\TED-To refit, good piano for a period of three months. .Apply Box :;3, City P. O._________ 14-2 WANTED-Rooms for light housekeeping renuired by la'dy with young FOK SALF-rMalleahlG Iron ranges, $1 down and �1 per'week. Apply '412 Uh Avenue S. _2^80-0 TOlT'SATJB^CiTrirRNT-Modern"^ roomed house: iiossoasion at once. Apply J. II. Tabor, ,123-1 iith Avenue cliild in private hon.'so, ciuiet and privacy cs-sential. Apply Box .") Herald Office. 11-0 I SITUATIONS WANTED WA.NTEU-Position as housekeeper or general servant my widow with child !iix years ot age; would do chamber .'.vork in hotel-, thoroughly competent. Apply Box 525 Bankhead, Alberta, _14-3 WA NTED-Y o u n g man, experienced bookkeeper and stenographer, wants office or clerical work, any kin*. References. Phone 1005 or Box 50 Herald. ],r,_n South.___ � 11-0 FOR SALE-Carred'Tidck'; Wirite' Rock and Buff Orpington cockerels. $2.00 each. Apply J. -U. Ririe, Masrath, Alberta. � Tl-H F0R'^aT7e-Affplfu; '$12,507 "timoiiiy; alfalfa mi.xture, $13; timothy .$11. Buy direct from the growers thruuKh their rU �n office. Farm Products Linilteil. ,. ipiiones 365 and 1017. Box !i2,''. Lntli-lirit'lo. - 251-0 SEED OATS VOR SALl'^-We iiave a jiniited amount of choice Banner seed bats. Those'oats 1iave been very carefully cleaned and graded three "times. A germination test of 100% has been given us this year on these � by the Government Seed Labor.itcry. Samples and prices furnished on application. C, S, NoblCi Nobleford. 8-0 SITUATIONS VACANT | You can help the'Red Cross society by becoming a moinber,' ,Tho . fee Is small, oi^ly $2 per annum'for active members and, $1 per^nniiltt'for , associate members..' Sign .the.fcrm belowj put the money in an'.envelope, . and mail it or take it to iJugh Donnan, honorary secreL-iry, - gh^i'lock ' Building or W. R. Se.'itle, treasurer. Imperial Bank, or John Torrance, The lierald. -'','.. ' '-^.1 V COUPON , , , -' ^ � Please enroll my name as actitve (or associate) merabfer ?'or tho! Lethbridge Rod Croiia Society, for which I enclose my jfee ot $....., Name ......,----...................,......' Address.............................. WANTED-^Normal trained teacher for rural school, salary ?05 jier month $30 payable at end of "ach month. Balance at end ot terTn. Apply J. Morgan, Inspector of Schools. 15-0 WE HAVEBUVEttS for horses, stock cattle, wagons, liariiess etc. Let us know v.'hat you have for sale. Lethbrldge Feed and Sals Stables, corner 3rd St. and 4th" .\ rom-nanv fStnre. .---.r/,'.-.^ r V:! 22?-0 florist: pr> a hf p 1*09; RiSTS^i-Wbole. Fnle pnrl netai.). ..iDfstftrtiB, BoUflUPtS! Cut F! o w pjif!.!; Ppt. PI an tg .^and'i Hot Hn.-'jo vegct(tWe(r.- .'Phone: ilioon; EL^i^TRlCIAN W. L. Mc K CN?ie A ;Co. WentrioaJ DFnlerR find r;t�rs. Phone 637. TOfi Third A^�eh,ii6;;S?0Uth. I ACGOt#*ANT' W. D, W?NG-^A*i!6flate of the iBstti sfitiite of fhiirffirf^a Accountants o! Fntrland p^d: i^�|ps. nnd ofthrt In' tiitft of , Chartflrprt ..Acca^iptants' Id WANTED-A cook. Aa)ply to Ritchie, 1302 Fourth Ave. S. Mrs. 15-2 WA.N'TED-Good general servant. Apply stating qualilicationa, etc., to Box 16 Jlwald, . 15-0 WANTED-Men and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learning; tools furnlBhed, graduates make I big money. Catalogue free. Molor Barber CoUej-^ e04-A Centre Street, Calgary. Alt� �39-0 i Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Cara/ul and Prompt Service ChafHere^'/iecgvint'anW . wwhifitf Xethbrldga.: : ;f Medicine HaV Accountancy In all Its branches Audit, Secretarial. Ad-vi.sory. Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inve� tigatioris, Liquidations. Acadia Bulldlnn, Lethbrldge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PETERSON. Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;