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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO! DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 81, 19H This Page is the "BUSINESS CENTRE" OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA for People who "Want" May the New Year bring you Health, Happiness and Prosperity Thanking our many Mends and customers for business given us in W14 CITIZEN'S LUMBER COMPAN Telephone rates and the Increases making- the sj-stera pay. Conditions go into effect tomorrow were as they were a year ago, Delinquent Tax Payers Given a Monthly Penalty "Y.lienever I try to read Grace's writing, it hurts my said the mayor this morning after, i both sexes I'.ml also British-born de- ALIENS MUST QUIT COAST British Government Issues Stringent Rule for Foreigners London, Dec. to leave have been served by the police ou persons regarded as undesirable in the coast towns adjoining the Tyne- side district and SunderUiml. The inn ,t ion at lie meet mt-e-. statement wcs made that to decipher a resolution handed in by when the the Public Works Commissioner. tele- j "That's because you are not used persons affected include aliens of 'eiulants of aliens, including tho oml i'eneratioii. Exceptions are made in cases of ins of the Board of this afternoon. The phones were paying their and to reading good said ago or extreme youth. Those are very d'ittercnt. The increase Grace, read the resolution him- affected must leave -within eight days an area 30 miles from tbe coast Trade council matter was in the cost oi a business telephone is seif. brought up by Mr. F. W. Downer, only three cents a day, and in thoi -That the city solicitor be instruct- approved by tbe military authorities, who "thought that if subscribers could cost of a residence phone only one ed to draw ui> a bylaw iiiins the pen- pay for their phones every quarter in cent 2 day, and there is a question alty on unpaid taxes at one half of advance instead oi every half year, a as to whether this difference is 04113! j one per cent, per month." large number would fce able to retain to the difference between a necessity j That was the resolution A former them. !and a luxury. Tbe government is llaS3ed on January nth of Deputy Minister W. J. Harmer, oi the opinion that a certain number ot tlle fading year of 1914, tha't the pen- [9 I'll oik thousands of plo If tliay have fsiind tho holfloom or that you havo loit. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Tho very flrst thing Jo j- Jo when you've loot any- thing, or found any article of value, IB to send word to tho Wants. 1AMAWAUIAB: isli, kii Da Forest Porter.) 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID :N ADVANCE TO RENT Edmonton, wa3 communicated with telephones will be used ar-way, and alty :be changed from ii per cent, a over long distance, and his remarks the loss in subscribers due to the in- year which is added on January 1st indicated that tie question of allow- crease, will not, in our opinion be 'to 3 ,per cent from januarv let to the ing quarterly payments was now un- more than the Increase will cover. It ena of Fcftruary and an additional 2 der discussion, but bad not been de- must be remembered, too, that the per 5 ccnt frora TENDEES FOE SUPPLIES Sealed Tenders, addressed to The finitely decided, as there was some increase "does not affect those who Till "the "eniT'of tin. doubt as to whether or not the in- have ah unexpired contract with the rescinded The action is taken' j Provincial crease in the cost oi accouiuine and government. They aRect the contracts as' a resiju Of' the recent amendment I "Tenders for collecting would render the plan teas- oniy as they expire." and endorsed vill be receiv- tlle Department of the Proun- Secretary, Parliament Buildings to the charter whfcU Btates that the counci! may add as much in- phoues -would ccine out tonight as a ing Edmonton, up to month on delinquent were confronted with the problem oi keep'them. Provincial Gaol, .Lethbridgo. the year before the present penaltv I cent, which was added on the 1st of j grown, an average crop of without anv variance question was one of the most inter- the factory, and can grow tfae sugar IIME I1SIED1 The io Uie bests, why can't keep was Mr. Evane' closing remark. Hr. Dahl from Raymond nest told the I'arinera of- the-profiis in growing be_ets, stating that any yield over tons to the acre was all profit. Mr. Dahl also stated. that he has been growing sugar beet for the past num- ber years, and has been averaging 12 tons' to the and has been making- good profit. He, pointed out also that .the Coal- That the Coaldale farmers will j dale .district would be particularly ad- grow the necessary to sugar beet growing, ou ac- thereby do their share in holding the count of so much, alfalfa land, which Knight sugar factory ia Southern. Al- hes aid was found to be one of the berta was strongly evidenced at a heat kinds of soil for this crop, and as Sarge meeting of the farmers in Coal- dale last night The case was put to the farmers clearly by J. W. Evans of Raymond, who told them of the strong inducements offered by the Ameri- cans, and the proposition Raymond is much as 17 tons had-been grown ou half an acre. At the conclusion of.tbe'meetiiigr a committee composed of B. S. H. A. Suggitt and John Davidson was nominated by pifr. A. Mitchell and sec- against in holding the company, i ended by F. Knanp, to get in close 3Ir. Evans compared the crops of su- j touch with the farmers in the Coal- esting under discussion -by ratepayers i before the amendment was of tlie tender which will be forfeited to the Govern' mnnf flf TO A. 10th St. S., (small louse at full cement husement, rater, sewer, light; 516.00. Partly furnished if desired. Gibson, Windsor Hotel. TO roomed plastered shuck, furnished with large clothes closet and water, also iarge garden and hen house. Apply 602 19th St. North. TO Mason Risen piano. Apply Mason Rjscb, Ltd., 404 6th St. S. Phone 7M. TO tlie Victoria Mansions, ono furnished housekeeping flat with two rooms and private bath; rent 520 per month, including lig'jt and heat. Apply to the Mansions office, Third MASSAGE SUPERFLOU3 'HAIR SHAMPOOING-r-Miss K.M, Holmos Eraduato of the Pennsylvania Ortho- predlc Institute, Medical Massago .and Gymmvstles Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Su poolng Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Room 1. Hull 131k. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private and Maternity Home. Spcc'.nl rates giv- en on application. 1324 7th Avenue South, phone 740. NURSING MISS L. F. of Sa- maritan Hospital and Rotunda Hos- pital, Ireland. Merticiil, surgical and obsterical nursing. 701 5th Avenue South. Phone 793. Splrella Parlors H. H. Pipes, 414 5th Avo. S.. successor to Mrs. Lun- dy. Write for appointment. ART EMBROIDERIES______J NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS Miss Filmer, Phone 783, 14th Ave. S. EDUCATIONAL J Ave. S. Phono 636. TO double store 25x2 with housekeeping flat above, on car line, comfortnbio aiid fully modern; will rent together or separata very reasonable. Apply Phono 1116. year, whereas the former method in- duced holding of taxes for another whole year, as the whole percentage was added on January 1st, gar beets in Alberta and Idaho, show- log that the averagge crop when first rcwn was. 3 tons- lo the acre, while in Alberta as much as 20 tons liaye dale district, and urge tiem to start growing the -siigar bests, Mr. W. B. Mitford oi Lethbridge delivered his popular, lecture on "The Great.. during the evening, which was greatly appreciated by the large audience.. EXCURSIONS TO Vancouver, Victoria, and I New Westminster, B. C. 534.10 Round trip from Xethbridge. Tickets on'sale Dec. ,10, 11, 12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, 18; Feb. 10, 11. LOMOND' NEWS Lomond, Alta., Dec, 2fl. Mr. H. Finlcy was electsd as councillor for WOMEN COURT-MARTIALLED for Being Out After Seven O'- Clock at Night and far-reaching- powers possessed by the military un- der the Defence of the Realm Act were illustrated at Cardiff when five women were court-martialled for be- :ng out.of doers after 7 p.m. Colonel East, commanding the public ionses in Cardiff to 'women after 7'p.m., but has issued notices to certain women prohibiting them from being out of doors between 7 p.m. and 8 a.m. Five women who have disobeyed this order were tried by lull court- martial. Constables gave evidence of find- ing the womea in Cathays Park, Bute street, and other places at hours varying from S p.m. to 10 p.m. All the women pleaded guilty. One of them said: "Seven o'clock seemed thereof. Specifications may be seen, approxi- mate Quantities given, and fonn of tender supplied upon application to the Department of The Provincial Secretary. Edmonton. E. TROWBRIDGE, Deputy Provincial Secretary. Edmonton, December 21st, 1914. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Wing Sing Tbng has purchased the Hop Restaurant in Barons, Alberta, and will not be responsible for debts TO roomed fully mods: house, S13 8th Ave. S.. ?18. 5 roomed cottage with stable, Alexander, 510. Phone TO furnished fully mod era house, seven rooms, very low rent to good tenant, long or short period. Apply 1007 Sth Ave. S. TO rooms tor light house-keeping, all modern convenien- ces, extension telephone on same floor, suitable for young married couple. Apply 1370 lith Ave'. South. Phone 1868! TO 13th St., 8 rooms, fiilly modern, stable and garage. 525 per month. 422 12th St., 6 rooms and bath, with stable, per month. 643 Sth St. S., 7 rooms fully modern, ?2o.OO per month. 1248 5th Ave., six modern, furnished, 580.00 per month. N. B. Peat Co., Macdon- KINO EDWARD'S SCHOOI Cran- hrook. B. C. Headmistress. MlBH V. II. Cherrington. Boarding school tor Biris and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Fall High School curriculum. Shorthand. Stenography I and Bookkeeping. Special attention MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Acconcuer. Hulire p.m. Offlco Oil Third Avenue Phono 1253. 'OR. BTocE Residence 12GG Sixth avenue. Onlce hours 11-13; 1-3; 7-S.30. Ofllco Phono 319; Residence 1090. DR. Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Ofllco hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-6; evenings, by appointment. Phones, Office 341, Residence c DENTAL J DR. M. J. eradiate of Roya! College of Dental Surseono loronto. and holder of o Dominion Dental Certiflcnte. Offlce: Rooms Garni 6. Bryan Bloclr. Phone 1071. Tl (successor to Drs. Courtlco uate University of Mnryland.'Hooms 8 and 0, Macdonald Block Phono 11 Ha, Lethbrlilee, Alta. DRS. MAHfia AND BuocesEora to Drs. Stewart and Mo- Clnre. Hours: 9 to 5. Offlco. Hie- Inhothnm Bloclt. Phomi 374, OR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Doutlst mem- ber ot Royal Collar, 0( SurBeons. iBrcr.) Llcentlato Royal College ol Phvplclflns (Londonl L.n R 1900 Hours: M2; 1-6. Offlce: -0-S botham Block. LETH8RIDGE VIAV! (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.I Number 13 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. Jnlly, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss E. S Cook. given to Drawing, Painting. ing from nature. prospectus. Write for STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC H. Brown, 115 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12' 1 to 6 or by appointment. Tele- phone. 16GG. Residence 720. 393-0 PIANO TUITION PUPILS_ FOR Kay. PIANO TUNING" FARM PRODUCTS Q. H. GBiPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ repairer? 20 years factory experience. Hon- Certificate MT. Assn. London. England..' Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 11G8 e' Cth Avo A South. HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN leUMl. Phone wr'te or wire us for special carload onotations. The Letbbridgn Yvey- burn Co.. Umlted, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave S.; Lethbrldge, Alberta. Phone 1173. TAILOR AND FURRIER aid Block, Agents. majority of j too eariv. It seemed dream {to me." Another said, "I am very Return Limit April 30th, 1915. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. alyzed. Shooting for turkeys causes some PCRMANFWT i innrna-rno ri16W ST- "4NEBNJ, Def Srew ing_their_bani raised, lengthened and j after Feh. 2nd, (Signed) WING SING TONG. FOR SALE IS head of Thoroughbred Ram- boulilet Rams in good condition for breeding purposes. Price per head See or write: E. G. Harvey Breeder of and Dealer In Sheep, RAYMOND, ALTA. -i PUt 'E nfVtaIlB' GERMANS and this will moke accommodation for a large number of horses. got two mails at once on Tuesday, roads. owing to tlie cold and the HOLING UP AT -HELIGOLAND New York, N.Y.. Dec. Ger- Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States 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 Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP !N COMFORT Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars; Compartment, Observation Cars, Coaches; Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES EASTERN CANADA UNITED'STATES Toronto, Hamilton, Sarnia and Minneapolis and St. Paul. Montreal, Bdleville, Kingston and Ottawa Quebec ;...........J72.70 St. John and Moncton Halifax Low fares to other .points in Bajtern Canada. Duluth Chicago Kansas City Low rates to other points in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and Wisconsin; CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS ReprMent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Further Information on all excursions from S. B. Mitchell, Depot Ticket Agent; or R. DAWSON, Dlitrict Passcncer Agent, Calgary. man naval base at Heligoland has been made virtually impregnable torpedo boats and destroyers, accord- j Ing to Richard Wackerow, former TJn- j iied States consul at Breslau, Ger- tmany, who reached here today on the steamer Due d'Aosta from Genoa. Mr. Wackerow said he visited Heli- goland shortly before priv- ilege he did not believe had been ac- corded any other American. m's Marti Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service TO in Strathcona Court, fully modern, including range and ail conveniences. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk. KUK a good room with ail modern conveniences, steam heat, shower Daths plunge, etc., apply T M. n. A. 24-0 ______ FURS CLEANED dressed and alter- ed and repaired.' Cleaning, prosslng and repairing ot all kinds. Special attention given to out of town ord- ers. Suits made to measure, "D The Teilor." 410 5th St. S. Phone 1S6S, Lethbrldse. Alia. _J WILL THE PERSON wlio took parcel from Irrigation ditch bridge near Ex- hibition Grounds on Xmaa 3ve kindly return to Chief of Police anfl receive SITUATIONS VACANT _____ ___ j to assist with house- work. Apply 1258 Cth A. WAN7TED Experienced man and wiie with no children, for farm three miles N. E. of Lethbridge. Position pood during the winter months. Ap- p'ly Phone R. 102._________ 8-3 trained teacher for rural school, salary per month ;SO payable at end of each month. Balance at end of term. Apply J. Morgan, Inspector of Schools. cook. reward. Apply i Ritchie, 1302 Ave. S, Mrs. general servant, up- sorrel horse, weig'lt 1000 Ibs, white spot in forehead, no brand visible, coming 3 years old. Owner can have same by paying ex- penses. Apply B. R. Renfrew, Coal- dale. DUFF Ed- B.A.Sc.. Dominion anf Al- berto Lqnd Surveyor; A. Duff, blue Ins. civil eneineerlnff and land sur, vfvlns. Suite 205 Sherlock llliip AUCTIONEER W. L. and Cltv Licensed Auctioneer. Snlea of all kinds conducted on terras. Live ptock and fann Halea a ipeclalty. Ofllce at the Wilson WirnHurp Co.. 404 ISth St. North. Phono 1028. P.esMenci! Phono 585. riorcntown ofTlre at t.ho Lethhrlffce- Wot-hurn PA. fm-o UNDERTAKING r T. S. Director and Emhalrner: also agent for the SomTvIlIe Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court HOUBB. Phone SSI. >Je3l. flenre 5S4 7th S. Phona 117B. Onpn day and nlnhk EVERY PURCHASER of 60c worth of Hardware at C. W. GRAY'S HARDWARE STORE has a chance for the Range FREE. Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds r Office I Office Stables 1163 462 1664 JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY You can help the Red CroBc society by becoming a member. The fee is small, oniy 52 per annum for active members and SI per anniini for associate members. Sign the form below, put the money in an envelope, and mail it or take It to Hugh Donnan, honorary secretary, Sherlock Building or W. R. Sentle, treasurer, Imperial Bank or John Torrance, The Herald, COUPON Please enroll my name as actitve Cor associate) member of tho Lethbridge Red Cross Society, for which I enclose my fee of J........., Name Address... ply stating quanncatjons, etc.j to SALE One ''Dominion organ, chapel design, mahogany case, five octave, eleven stops, fnl! eweet tone. Mason Risen Ltd., 404 6th St. S. Phone 791. WANTED 3Ien and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learning; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 601-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. i REMODELLED, dressert n.nt cleaned. Work fruarantpefl. Plnase us Imve as soon as nos slble. Tlavld Scott. Bentley Torn iranv Store. SALE 20 White Scrck females and a few males, one 'Single Comb Black Minorca Cock Bird and 7 or S females. These are all lilgh class birda and are for sale reasonable. SITUATIONS WANTED BROS. Whote sale nnfl Retail. Pcf'ffna, Bouquets Cut Flowers, 'Pot Plants and Ho Home Vegetables. Phono loos WANTED Young man, experienced hockboeper and stenographer, wants office or clerical work, any kind. References. Phono 1005 or Box 60 Her-Eid. 'Ott, City. SALE Three good daw COWB; 911 three time. up. Apply Wm. Robertson, Diamond City, Alta. SALE Second hand Williams piano; will sell cheap for cash or easy terms. Apply Box 41 Hereld Offlce or Phone 1402. ELECTRICIAN MISCELLANEOUS L. HcKENZIE Co. Weotrlea DpaWfl nnd Contractors. Phone 637 7fifi TblrO Avenue south. j WANTED J Everybody to buy Hardware this week at 'greatly reduced prices, at !C, GRAY'S HARDWARE all ages, good stock, prices right. W. H. Pdwson, Jr.. Coaldale, Alta. Phone R-207, Lethbridge Exchange. 1 0 ACCOUNTANT D. Associate of the Ynstl-ntltiite of Accountants ot Enftfand nnfl and of tha In-tnte of Chartered In Malleable Iron ranges, SI down and 51 per week. Apply 412 tth Avenue S. WANTED Two good quality, clean ircsscd hogs, about 200 each. Lowest price to Bos 9, Wardner, B. C. house; possession at once. Apply J. H. Tabor, 1234 6th Avenue South. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg Uthbrtdfls Medicine Hal' Accountnncy In all Its Audit, Secretarial. Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work. tleatlxiB, Liquidations. Picadls Building, Lcthbridgi Pesidont Alfalfa. J12.50; timothy-alfalfa mixture, timoth> 514. Buy dirert-Trbm the growers through their E office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 865 and 1017. Box 925 Rooms for light housekeeping required by lady with young :hlld In private house, quiet and privacy essential. Apply Box 5 Herald Sfflco. OATS FOR We havo a limited amount of choice Banner seed oats. These oats have been very carefully cleaned and graded throe times. A germination test of 100% has Seen given us this year on these by COAL, C. 0. D. ton .S2.25 LUMP, per ton Delivered in two ton loads, weight given PHONE 1583 pleg arid prices furnished, on applica- tion. C, S. Noble, Noblbford, R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant ;