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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LET II BRIDGE DAILY H K R.A T., .FRIDAY, KEIJRUAUY 26, 1915 Numbered among tlir real animated I'.uvc lo lie icd in 1ULG. What assut- in is the same as taxes ..Ucr inmost. Tins mil si .ippo.il to every mau with RUSSIAN. PRINCE TASTES 'HIE SOU1' 1he Cirassy Lake Hoard of Trade. For some limn tins lioiml lias born con- biUering ivljiu itr.tld br iloiu1 lo rnaW in ilisirict, ;iml i ha south, who were afircitM by fiujj .Ui.i-.ii i-n HV -ii.'-i lie.aa-ii ni'.vi year s? LMIS ib lUiie HUH H il.al, i..ci du fUiiiitu-t1 -tiiil LMLMr.nit: u tLci' iuv LO Uun-.u; a i anoUn-r failure such to a gram :iin! next bill wiliioiu im- uociai aaSifciW? il.crc will be i-rao iifiilty no preparation in ihc gtcaier part of StfUilicni Algeria ior Ii'l6, Grassy slogan is oi ilie Ii cciisTnUTaulc summer faiioiviag is done in ilic P'irt Ol the rauiibi; summer there will be ex- cellent ior Uie [mure. In outlining Vhe plan, the Urassv Gazette t The land is prepared, a supply grain is ready, iced ioi ih> hers- PS is "assured, aud' the ground is sior-' rd with moisture, giving cope and f promise Ol a rlt'h harvest ihis perhaps a But what OL J91G? ilusl the firmer idly sit r-n his r listing plow aud waU'h the Russian ihlstlw growing in his uncroppedj fields aud his horses crazing un hpaise grasB oi bis muillcd acres, rer he has completed seeding done liis part in coaxiaE; Muitm titrrh 10 j yield a bountiful barest HP knows, and you know, arid 1 j know, chat he should in the rally j part tf the summer be preparing land liy breaking or summer-fallowing for! the next season tiac ii he is to' edopT methods oi farming that spell success and eliminate failure be must. But how cm tre do it He will have reached the absolute limit oi bis re- sources when he puts his last bushel of "government seed" into th? ground, and his will be nearly dead. Every farmer in Southern Alberta knows' that unless lie adopts dry- farming ruelbods, cultivates his land t in such a way as to srnsib o j.ml i.uv solution of ihc- iiii- anu 'u a is, put piopi'ily lu'.u v ly safe ue; thai covernuicnt will v'Uir.L'iH would him down sui'U -i 01 s.-.s ..LU'lic-uan is :ilready at work un i In- to it into ciUvl. .11 tin1 LH-'in! is Tins inntlfi iiilocis farmers, Li'-or- ci's. merchinls, politicians, profrssxni- al men, innnuiacturors. u lio.e- salc houses and railways. It is oi vi- tal importance io every rural dis- irict, every gaiulet, t-ity in Alberta, for it H'ouM oc as- suraufe of future prosperity. Tlie farmers of this district irill probably help, to the empire this! tllc Almai at the ou the TO RENT TO roomeil L-olli cluao In. ?l-l.0u IHT iivontli. MO iUh tit. South. TO :HJ1 ISlli SI, S., HCVIM: fully liioilnni house, newly irtlnUMl inslilo mid outside. Very lci> ganlon uiul rosurssltni ynvcli 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr. Si. South. SITUATIONS VACANT .'Scr- viiiil. No wauluus. Aujily HUh __ A u'uimdi on lui'Ko furin, JMu.st. In; plain cook, vury i-iip- cconoinlcjil am) tiily. Box 12, Herald. (JS-0 Sefoiid class tenclicr, luLicu at lo i. MiuTii'il m un AlWrli. prcfpra'd. to yLurelnry, flS-U TO No. ,r. one of lllosL In Slr.ilhconii Cinirl, lo This photoRTUph taken on bonnl tlic IluFsinn cruiser Almnx Illuslnifos an Interesting custom in (ho Iln.sshm captain or senior otiicnr on duty UstiDK the soup supiilied Lo the muii for mid-iiny meal. In Mio picture Prince Nikita Alexandra handle's Ilic spoon while hi? brothers, Uoslllav :iud DeiiU'Lri, on (ho vlslu, await their tuna. Their father, the (Imud Duke Micliaelovntfi, is standing at the back on Ilic k-ti mui the can- CanadtRQ troops at tlie loot of iJie pyramids of snow in the second con lingcnt camp at Toronto, learning to sliool and to figlu Britain's onemy- the GermftQ. vear, but the farmers themselves may It is up to every farmer, p.very vot- ance is there that the growing season er, every newspaper, every U. F. A. j of 1916 will not be as dry as in union, every board of trade and inu- I 1314 A big crop this rear ficlinnll .SlniJc, Conlliiirsl, Box" G. oV, Y'I nurricd couple with o ;i sjtuntiuu on farm lanc-fi, in spring, Apply Uox -13, Herald Oflicr. G-I-'fl FOK rniiiiR horses :md mures. You can see tlicin at Liu- l.etli- bridgc Creamery barn. II II. Nichols, J001 6th Ave. "S. C5-li our idnntls of the 1916 crop? in enforced conserve ever> drop of mojsturr he possibly can, he Meacss aslin, ,he earlv summet :s taking 0 big chance of lailure every year, farming m this co.mtrv has leeu a gamble in the past, not a basiares, and Ih: players ate Mowing Chicago leads cities of the Tnital are not enaliled to get new land Slatos in concrete building constnic- anfl lanr( !ot ,ion, witii Seattle in jccoad place nnil _ i PhlladB.pM. ttlrt. prav [hat in-1916 may be suc_ available to all farmers require ta BIg crop Ou l.nancial assistance to sfi land ready lalld with W1 -or (or i9ie._OraSsv Lake Ga.ettc. PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR willow posts, superior tiuality. Write S. fJ. Tolm, Lr-diiu. Alia 82-ia F'On SALE 51o.OO per 100. 5HO.no per 1000, baby chicks. Hatching c.ciis per 100. "White Leghorns. Slnn- ner and Ulenkhorn, Ktimihuo, B. C. 33 STH A my placo ou Dec. ]S, one; bay one black geldlug; both [ence i hiti'e roncli and weigh about Also ono 'black golUlng weight about SOO, will) one white foot and M-IijlP -striiio on facn. No visible brands Owner ran have sainf> by paying for lliis adv nnd Lliu juiBture. 13. Pellotier, Dsiiry, -I miles north-cast of LiMhbridse. Phone H-U4. plowtag Dr sowin, A tired 01 Ihc game. They may pcOr ouUook [or Southern Alberta if' v.in onre out ul live times and Lreaic p en uvo out 01 lour, but that is the farmer Knows he should into practice some oi ihe lessons hP has leamrd in the oi sad particularly lust and accept soms oi tiie a'f- vicc so lavishly oTeretl him in resar.i t s crop rorztion. ctr-., Lut he's dead 'broke. Vuih the ing oi th2 fJotuinioE lie is ptaTing a 'ast shot, and inn r-r Jose he will quit. :'lVIiat's the lie asks. he can make farming ii profitable business he ivill leave his uiiij fOr tlie loan companr ar.d get' :iwny to a nciv start ivhpre the proniiEes him some return Tor ihe iabor of hand aod liraic. What's tiie ansner Here it is That the prorincial and federal P-OT- cmments co-operate to ioan every far- mer iv ho need-'' it a sum equal to ii per acre ior all the land which he breaks or summer-fallows before July Jsr, 19J5. in preparation ior 1916 crops, the loan to be a c flD-ainst the land collectable br WAGON IN SALISBURY FLOODS MASSAGE ilEDICAL SUPERFLOUS HAIR 'DR. W. S. K.M, Ho'-nss j SurgeDD, AfL'OUfber. Hours OJlice uU Third ATCDUC. graduate or the Penns.vlvania Ortho- pardlc Institute. Medical MasMSC and Gymnastics Electri- cal ant! Therapeutic Light Treatments. Electrolysis and Slic.m- puoiog Treatments s'.vea uy ap- pointmuat ouly. IJoom I. Hull Blk. LETHBRIDGE ViAVl CO M P A N (The lierbal System oi Trraiment for Xervousness. etc.) Number 15 Hull Black. Hours 4 to G p.m. dally, 30 lo -I Saturday or by appointment. Miss E. S. Cook. PRIVATE HOSPITAL picture of the lictJe need paid LQ ihe excessive rainlall the the Canadians were encamped ac wb.cn Crowds of Buyers were unable to obtain admission to the Greatest AUCTION SA CHINA, GLASS C .ever held in this city Those who were fortunate enough to get inside were amply repaid for any inconvenience, for some of the most marvellous bargains ever knocked down by any auctioneer were secured by those on the inside. We have still a splendid stock left to dispose of and on SATURDAY Afternoon AT 2 O'CLOCK AND 7 IN THE EVENING the sale will be continued. Be sure and be on time. We start prompt. Ask your neighbor about the bargains. She was there. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private. Hospital aud Mnu-rnity Home. Special rates giv- en on application. 1224 lib. Avenue .South. Phone "346. p.m. Phone 1253. DR. Sherlock Bloclc Residence 12M Sixth Avenue. Office hours Ofllce Phone 319: Residence 1090. DP. TAYLOR. -En.-, Noao anil Throat; Dominion Building. OITice llours evenings by ap- IJoimmeni. Phonic: Office 3-11. Re- DENTAL UNDERTAKING r. 3. Funeral Director and Embalnier; also agent j for tlie Somerville Marble it Granlie Worl-3, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 5G1. Resi- dence 2S-1 7th Ave. S, Phono 1173. Open day and S. Y. HURST. EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Ave. S. Phone 3S02. Open night and day. WHOLESALE DR. M. J. of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder cl a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and S, Bryan Mock. Phone 1071 OR. L. T. (successor to Drs. C'ouTtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Plisne 1IC5, Lelhbridge, Alta.' 170--0 DBS. MARRS AND Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me Clure. llours: 3 to 5. Office, Hlg inbotham Block. Phone DR. E. G. mem her oi Royal College or Surseons, (Ens.) Licentiate Royal Collet of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1300. Hours; fl-12; 1-5. office: C-8 W botham Block. PRIVATE Of household lur- niture. almost new; -also n Wagner (Kiby buggy in good coiulltion. Ap- 924 I0th Street South. 6J-G FOR pure bred registered Pprclieron Slallion, chean. IfiOO pounds, steel grey, rising years old. For further information write K. A. Warren, "Warner, AIUl. To G. O. Kerr's farm, 3J- 8 20, a dark- sorrel mare, branded C R over inverted half diamond. Owner [ilcasc write or will at farm. Address Letlibridsc, Alta. 1st Ave. between 7th and Sth Sts., In front of depot, a key rlns three Key.'1.. Finder please re- turn to Herald ofllco. FOR for cash, gent's ivlieel, nearly new; solid oak writing dc.sk, flat top, automatic locked draw- ers: small table; couch, Morris chair, rattan chair; also team demo- crat with brake, or would Irade ton wagon. Apply 970 lOUi SI. S. i NURSING MISS L. F. of Sa- maritan Hospital and Rotunda Hos- pital, Ireland. Medical, surgical and ___ [HAY, GRAIN 5alo and retail. All rariotles of i hay: timothy, alfalfa, 'blue joint, 1. mixed liay, upland liay, oat hay and straw, Allied carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, cellar space -for -rent. Hyde and Saundfirs. corner 2nd Ave, and 12tb St. S. P. 0. Box 1227. Phone 1244. obsterical nursing. South. Phone 733. 701 ith Avenue FLORIST .FRACHE BROS, sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables. Phone 1003, Lethbridge. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIAtVO TUNING CLEANERS AND DYERS FRANK WADD1NGTON Selling the Kirkham Brothers' Stock in the Old Klrkham Store, (1th St. (Just North of Herald Office) THE 6tb St. S., Opposite tlie Herald, arc specialists in cnem- lca.1 cleaning and dyeing. Prompt service on out oE town business. Phone 1812. G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Piayer-Piano and Organ Hcpairer; 20 year? .factory experience, flon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading rausIeiatiB of the city. Plicwe lies. 1253 Glh Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER FOR SALE OH For horses: machinery as follows, in pood condi- tion; Press Drill, (Jang Plow (stubble and sod Bidder, Disc Har- row, ilarroiv. Fanning Alill, tliree WagoriS, I. wo Buggies, llirea Hay Hay fialiC- Apply L. P, SkoiibOD, RajnnonJ. Alto. liO (1 FOR SALK "Indian" motorrycle In oorCect running order, twin cylinder, free running engine. Cheap for cash, Apply Box 50 Herald. 41 Ox FOlt Iran ranges, 51 nown ana ?1 per. week, -Auply 412 4th enue S-80 For Sale or Exchange TO horses. The bred Pprclicron slallion 'Kciscr Wil- liHm" (Rfili) 47fl8li, black lonp star, wciglit 1700 Ibs. Imported by Stew- art Hros., Monarch. Kuiiuird 331 5tli sU-cet TO clear title lots ou 19Hi St. N., eorntfr 5th Ave; for good, soiim} loam of mares and Tarm 1m- plemenis or -Address Account- Coal Company, .02--7 nt, Kcdcllff Brick Alta. TO We 1'ave a small equity in n well imnmred 1-i unction of land together with horses arid implements, [o trade for modern houeo near a school. .Kaom 3 JtlacclonnM Block, Letfibriflgc. 0 AIISCELLANEOUS WANTS SALR of complete res- taurant, at City Cafe, Mill Uloek, 4th Ave., 2 p. m. Terms c'asli. li-J-3 FOR hugRy, in cxcpllent condition. Used very litllc. Cost l sell for 702 Fifteenth St. N. OL phone 12G8., Dissolution of Partncr- Agreement Owing to the mutual dissolution of partnership ORtiveen H. Light and A. L. Floret, carrying on business under :he name of TJght ilitics incurred until February 20 1 h 915, nt this date the snid H. Uylu has retired from Hie nrra and re- leased Trom all rosponsibilily. Sisneil H. Light, Alexandur L. InJorct 03-3 ACCOUNTANT W. 0. Associate of the'lnstl- tute of Chartered Accountants, oi-. England and "Wnles, and of thc" In- Licensed Aurtioncer. Sales (jf ail kinds conducLeil on reasonablo terrns. Live stock and ffii-m anies a speclnlty. Oflice at the Wilson j.-ur .tiitur-j Co., -104 St. N. Phone Resilience I'hone 585. Down stitute of Chartered Accountatijs ih sloivn ofRcc at the Lotbbridge-Wey- Albrrta. Acadia Uldg.. .Letiibridke.. W, A. HENDERSON t COY. Lelhbridge :-'Meiilelne Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadla Building. Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chirtered Accountint (Scot.) sloiv bun Realty Co. 1173.- Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful and Prompt Service COOKING SRICTLV HOME Cakes Saratoga Chips. Can be had at market stall. Orders received at liome, ,3214 South, will. be delivered, Mrs. B. J. Waugh. Phone 1583 LUMP COAL 44.35 PER TON DELIVERED C.O.D. ALSO NUT COAL to advanct patent Ceo for U. S. A- and Canadian pat- rut, invention is a heel-harvester iviM top and pull 25 acres a day. cosi- ?27ij to inanuFactiirp, at. oncii. Apply to Vogelson, Alta. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR house, 18x22 wilh- out property. Call I'hone 1384. FO11 [urnlshed house, (cottage roof) on lots, all fenced in with worts sliop nt roar. Will talto i-ery siuall payment down and arrange balance, to suit purchaser. S. llarlin, 12-IS Sth Ave. S. Address PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited C. P. R. Freight She da 1163 Offlca Office Stablei A. REAL acres (13 lots) in southeast of ivould make o good chicken farm. Price cash. Purchaser c'QUKl arrange for use of adjoining 1'i acres by paying taxes on same. Write Box 500, Herald of- Haft section 4% miles v.-ost of LethOridfie. For particujars apply lo John B. Alliin, Box 533, Lelh- bridico, FOR SALE THE BUSINESS OF B. McTIGHE, SITUATED IN WOOLFORD, ALBERTA 9.24-3. Wtst of the Fourth Meridian as a Going Concern Stock cuus-latlng of: Groceries, approximately Hardware and Oils 800.00 Boots and Shoes 130.00 Fittings and fixtures 200.00 F. arrangements can be made as to tha Lease or purchase of. (he following: Two-storey store and dwelling ?1.80fj Throe outbuildings 235 "or further purliculars apply' to the BRITISH-CANADIAN Official Asslonee K" No. C. Lolhbrldge, Albert; P'OTJiVD NOTICE I 1mvo jmpouridqij un'tlio N. Soctinn l-tt-20, nnft' bay horse coll whit.c; stripe in face, iiu-visible hrnnilt W. II. PAWSON. Jr. I'lnindkccpor, Conldali ;