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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^#AdE two THE r:^TH BRIDGE DAf^Y HERALD .TH(UR^Y, li'EBRlJAIlY 25,1915 j-^ 15Ty�LAND'S I1#ME Gr ? > > ? > .? ? : .. These pictures Illustrate tlie activities ot England's Home Guard. The review pictures shows a ceremonial drill of the Southend Battalion of !tie Volunteer National Guard at Challrn-ell Jfark, i-�igU-on-3ea. Another picture shows the Duke of Norfolk, Enshina's foremost Roman Catholic duke Lord Desborough. inspecting a .brigade at Preston Park, Brighton. Tlio c/JIicere from the left are Adjutant E. B. Stou, Lt.-Col. E. J. Nevitt, V.C., jgommandant aadi Captain Dimmer, V.C,. Brigade Major. � iborporal of Royal Marines Tells K of North Sea Battle from Tiger s Transfer Phoilel386 Car�ful and Prompt Service PR AYING Of All Kinds Wes'.ern Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R- Freight Sheda . ( Office : : 1163 PHONES \ Office : : 462 .Stables : 1664 Dissolution of Partnership Agreement Owing to the niuHial dissolution of Partnership between H. Light and A. L. Floret, carrj'ing on business under the name of. Light & Floret, Orpheum Theatre, Lethbridgo. the �' said H. Light has assigned all his interest to the said A. L. Floret and further the said A. L. Floret assumes aill liabilities incurred until Feibruary 20th 1915, at this date the said H. Light hns retired from the firm and released from all-responsibility. Signed H. Light, Alexander L. Floret 63-3 TO RENT TO RIDNT-Fiyti roomed cottage,, gas, close In. ?14,0a-per month. Apply. G50 9tir St. South, P2-6 TO RBNT-No. 31? 13th St. S., s,even roomod' fully' niftd.brn house, rifewly painted inside and outside: Very nice garden and stable. PosseBSion Mai'fch lat. ;Apply- Arthur � Hayr, 326 6th St. South. 61-0 TO . MiNT-No. B; Strathcona Court, one of the riibst complete 'bungalows in JL,etlibrlare for action. But as we. had.beetr tfisa^poitit^d before;we' hai-dly "expected It was true. ' - / & * were iSteamtne, 1 should''say, abcut 27 knots an hour, when, ^sur^: .enongh; we'-had news from the,"de|H> troyers that the Or�man fleet i was-Ahead. I sounded "Action!" and in atiout Ml hour we apoCted some smoke. If. ' ' '--4 it was the Germans, and we put on speed. So did they. They did not want to meet US, but we got nearer to them, and'then they found they had to fight. Their ilrst shot fell very short, but our first shot pitched right by the side of them. In about half an hour we were as busy as bees. ' The signal came down to us: "One of' their ships on fire." Then 'about half an hour, after: "Second ship on fire,'' and we gave a cheer. We were engaging them off the port side, and. our-big gtmswere giving them "soc'ka,'' but they, had- some gcod guifs as' W9ll�-l A'lot,of; ;t}ieir'shots went righfoT.jer us, �o.^ey must have had some lon^-rtuige guns. On the gun. deck, where I am stationed, we could hardly see one an- HEAVY DRAFT AND MILITARY HORSES FOR CANADIAN GOVERNIVIENT I have orders to purchase at number of Heavy Artillery Horses. I will purcliase Draft Horses up to 1^506 lbs. Horses must liave good shoulders, deep in the girth and baclv ribs, short baclvs, well libbed up and active. Horses with white strips in lace will not be rejected. Troopers' and Officers' Chargers will be purchased as specified in regular Govern-nient poster. other for the smoke, but our chaps stuck it like Britons. They did work hard, but they did it with a gcod heart, and I believe at one time our ship was engaging three of the enemy's ships. Four Eenemy Ships on Fire Four of their shins were on fire, but they could still keep on firing, and 1 ' believe one or two of our poor chaps ; who got on deck to have a look at ; them did not live long. I myself was j I very anxious to go on deck and have ! a look, but I am glad I did not. We must think ourselves lucky not to have lost more. Some of our marines lest almost all their kit. I myself only got mine wet. A shell burst i in our mess and most of our cooking j utensils are missing. The next table I to ours is abso'iuteiy gone, also one of j our stoves. ! We buried five of our crew at sea ; today; I tolled the bell, and we all  mustered on the quarter-dack. Our ' chaplain read the burial service, and i the poor chaps went over the side to the last resting place out of sight of ; any land. The other dead are being taken ashore. "On Deck to See the Ship Sink" To tell you the real truth, we were all pleased to get Into action, but the last ten minutes of it mads me wish It would end. ' A message came down from the deck above: "'AH hands on deck to see the enemy's ship sink," and In less than five minutes after we could see nothing of her. and our destroyers drew near to pick up survivors. ^ Some of the enemy's ships got away from us, but they were on fire, and almost sinking. We don't think that they could get back to harbor. Our ship at one time stood all the brunt of their firing, as we sheltered the leading ship of our line 'when she got winged. Still, thank goodness for everything, we are still alive and happy. I don't think they will want to meet us again. Wien the Blucher sank there was no otter big ship in sight, only ourselves, and some destroyers. self extremely popular with the general public, who, while congratulating him on his appointment, will sincerely regret his departure. TO rent-Five roomed house, 329 15th St. n; four, room house 325 IBth St. n. between 3rd and 4Ui Ave.' Apply to Mrs. r. Burgess, 423 11th St. S., opposite Police Barracks. � 59-6 WAN!rBD-r;-A;t|iorouglily exp'erjcpced liorsomnri aiitl farmer, n^t 'necessary to be an experienced foreiman, but capaible of taking second place. Apply .1. Harris & CO., Employment ,Ag-ency.___ "''^-41-0 WANTED,--Mon audi women to.floam the barber trade; wages while learning; tools furnished;, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, eoi-A Centre Street, Calgary. Alta.: , : 299-0 WANTED-'l'cMhcr lor Prairie fi. D7 No. 2201: 'Sthool to commence 'April I, 1915. State sfvlary.,Address B. E. Poiinkas, Sec.-Treas.,. Wliltla, Alta. . 64-6 TO-R15NT-April 1st, One daii-y farm and stock, stnible ro6m for 65 head of cattle, good house and out buildings; 4% miles south east of Lethbridge. Apply to m. McKenzle, P. O. Box 546 or Phone R-109. 57-0 to rent-Fully modem four roomed cottage, newly decorated throughout, , in . nice, locality, being 970. lOtU St. S. Win be vacant about Mareh 1st, Present tenant will sell blinds and linoleums all fitted at reasonable price it desired. Apply at house. : " � � � 44-Ox TO RENT-All or any part ot Brodlo Block, opposite Alexandra Hotel on 4th Ave. Three stores down stairs, 13 rooms and bath upstairs. Ready Feb. 1st. Apply John Brodie, 648 11th St. So.!th. 41-0 P'OR RENT-5 Roomed modern cottage. Fully decQrated and clean, 937 7th St. south. Particulars and keys obiaiued by plionlng iii8i. l'4-6 BOARD-ROOMS WANTED-Board by two gentlemen ; also one or two rooms. State terms. Apply Box 17, Herald. 63-2 MA^'feAGE SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania OrthO-predlc Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics fSwedish). Blectri-Tr'(nbTT-TT?Tr'"VfTBldK, Lethbridge. ass'iSTArrr pos;'.iagtep. f.T M.'^CLnOD RESIGNS Macleod, Alta., Feb. 25.-After severs! years' service as assistant postmaster at Maoleod, "Pat" Rowan has reaiST-ed, asd has secured the position of clerk in the railway mail service operating between Calgary and Penhold. During his connection with the Post office here. Mr. ftowan, by ills four-teoug and ol)llgiiifc mannur made hlm- W. A. HENDERSON & COY. Lethbridge : : : Medicine Hat Winnipeg..... Chartered Accountants Accouni;incy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Investigations, LlQuidatlonB. Acadia Building, Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Piayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate .MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading muEicians ot the city. Phone 1168, 1.253 with gas. Apply 1010 2nd Ave. 59-� WANTED-General servant at once. � SITUATIONS WANTED"' WATtliD-"Position as editor 'oTr? porter on weekly paper .by experienced newspaperman. Satisfied with a moderate salary for' start. Apply a. Rollins McLeisli. general delivery, Mpdidhe Hat.'Alberta. � '25-0 AN EXPERIENCED -milker wants position on a farm as milker. Write stating wages you expect to pay to Geharrit Struk, Coalhurst, ,Box 6. 64-3 WANTED-By�married couple with one child, a situation on farm or ranch, in spring, experienced. Apply Box 42, Herajd Omcc. 64-6 LOST--FOUND STRfVYED-To my place on D�(C. 18, one bay and one black gelding; both have roach manes and weigh about 1300. Also one black gelding, weight about 800, wifh one White foot and white stripe on face. No visible brands Owner-can have same by paying for this adv and the pasture. B. Pelletlor, Western Dairy, 4 miles north-east of Lethbridge.- Phone, R-H4. ,60-0 STRAYED-To G. O. Kerr's farm, 31-8-20, a dark sorrel mare, branded C R over inverted half diamond. Owner please write or call at farm,' Address Lethbridge, Alta. ' 66-0 to' rent-Furnished or' unfurnished rooms, steam lieate'dl very reasonable. Apply Star Electric,Co., 409 5th St S., opposite Orpheum Theatre. 59-6 LOST-On 1st Ave. between 7th, and 8th Sts., in front of depot, a key .ring with three, keys. Finder please .re-tuyn to Herald office. . 55-Oi: TO RENT-Furnished room, on car line, with telephone fconnection; $10 per month. Apply 616 10th St. 47-Ox TO RENT-For a good room with all modem conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, plunge,: etc., apply y. .\l C. A. � , . . 24-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE PIAcNO FOR SALE-ln first class condition. Arrange payments, or would rent. Also holisehold furniture verv cheap. Must sell. Apply Box 45, Herald._ -62-3 FOR SALE-SeledtW willow fence posts, � superior quality. Write S; G. Tobin,_ I.edu�,_AIta.' "_ 62-13 FOR''S.A.LE-?15.'06' per 100, ?]4(lo"0 per 1000, baby chicks. Hatching eggs $6.00 per 100, White Leghorns. Skinner and. Blenkhorn, Nanaimo, B. C. ,62-35 For Sale or Exchsnf* TO. 'fRADH-For horses, , The . high bred. Perclieron stallion 'Koiser - Wil-hclm" (656) 47986, black long star^ weight 1700. lbs.. Imported by Stewart Bros., Motiaroh. Enquire 321 5th street south. '_62-6 TO TRADE-Pair clear title lots on 19th St. n., copner 6th Ave. for/good sound team of mares and farm Implements or stocTc. Address Accountant, Redcliff Brick & Goal Company, Redcliff, Alta. ,62-7 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR .SALK-One pUre bred registered Perehofon ^talljon; 'cheap. Weight 1600 pound8,..steel grey, rising 5 years old. For further information write R. A. Warren, Warner, Alta. 01-7 for SALE-Chea,p for cash, gent's wheel, nearly now; .solid oak writing' desk, fiat top, autonjatic locked drawers; small oak table; couch, Morris chair,, rattan chair; also, team democrat with brake, or -would, trade for wagon.. Apply 970 10 th ^t. S. 61-Ox for SALE-Some -VVTilte Wyandotti and some Golden Wyandotte Cofcker-els of tine quality at popular prices. Als'b a few nice Bronze Gobblers. Eggs for hatching in season. t. � B. Dunham, Coaldale. ' � 58-6- FOE SALE OR TRADE-For horsei;; machinery as follow;-*. In good condition: Press-Drill,-Gang Plow (slubble and sod bottoms); Binder,, Disc Harrow, Drag Marrow, Fanning Mill, three Wagons, two Buggies, three J-lay Mon-er.s, Hay Rake.. Apply L. P. Skousen, Raymond,. Alta. 60-6 Foir''SAXK^''indIan'' ~ mol"o7cyc!e "in perfect running order, twin cylinder, free ninning engine. Cheap for cash. Apply Box 50 I-lerald. - 41-Ox rOR SALE-Sicilllan Buttercup Cock-irels and new laid'eggs. 540 12lh St. South. , 24-0:( for SALE-Malleable Iron ranges, $1 aown and ?! per week. .4pply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-0 .Sll�RIFFs~SALllf73f"e^ taurant af City Cafe, Hill Block, 4th Ave.,'-Friday 2 p: in. Terms casli. � " 6-1-2 Phone 1583 GALT LUMP COAL $4.36 PER TON DELIVERED C.O.D. ALSO NUT COAL FOR SALE-Baby hiiggy, in excellent condition. Used very little. Cost $35; will sell for $15. 702 Fiftcentli St. ."V. or phone i268._ ._________ PRIVATE SALE-OT jiousehold fui-iiiture, almost new', also Wagner baby,buggy in good condition. Apply 034 10th St. south.__O'WJ FOR SALE - Thorou(i;lii)refl' White Leghorn etrns. �1,00 per setting. .Ap-ply 1242 Seventh -Ave. south. B4-1 FOUND NOTICE . I have impounded on the N. W. % Section 1-9-20, one bay' horse colt, whltft stripe in face, no visible brands. W. H. PAWSON, Jr 114-3 -ttewdkaajor, Coaiaale. PROPERTY rOR SALE (1 TO TRADB-r'We have a small eqiiity in a well Improved l-'4 section of land together with horses and implements, to trade for modern house near a school. Room  3 Macdonald Block, Leth'bridge.  62-0 WAN'l'ED-A good second hand piano .-Ypply Dry Fork,'phone No. 506 Riir- aL__-J______- 64-1 W.\NTED-Party to advance patent fee for U. S. and Canadian..patent, invention is a, beet-harvester ; will top and pull 25 acres a day* Will cost $275 to manufacture at once. .\pplv to Vogelson, Retlaw, Alta. 64-6 FOR SALl']-Cheap house, 18x22 without property. Call Phone 1384. 60-6 tor SALE or RENT-160'acres near H'oremost, 30 acres broke, four roomed liou.se, good fencing and granary. This is worth investigating. Apply Box 1 Herald. 59-6 for SALE-Nicely furnished house, (cottage roof) on two lots, all fenced in witli work shop at rear. Will.take very small payment down and aiTange balance to suit purchaser. Address ,S. Martin, 1248 8th Ave. S. . , 51-0 A RE.-VL SNAP-1% acres (13 lots) In southeast of city, would make A good chicken farm. Price $750 cash. Purchaser could arrange for use of adjolniiig VA acres by  paying tdxes