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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1911 Little -:- LOST-FOUND J . 1 N. W. C........... 123 K�, > N. W. C........... 120 MlnfiMp�lia Wheat Open Close Siky............ 8^% July............ 89H 89 Mlnn�ttpolla Cash Flax K�. X............ 145 �i 148% Olilease Wheat ............ 91% 91% July.,........... 8714 The general outlook for 191^ good, ill the opinion of business / : Lothbridge has a solid toundationA'^- . is built up to Its population. Q ; mas business has been good, number ot unemployed Is at a j tnum, I There is a brghter side to the ! however. In other directions ; crease is shewn o^'0!� lost year] ! ures. More wheat passed c I I.ethbridge from Southern .-V SSii I farmers than over before. The arf*'^"'''- lount ' f livestock has sho-rni a "i''^),, increase. Fa.rmer3 " I SITUATIONS WCMit J �'.VANTEi:'-.Men anti womjn to learn biirber trade; no experience necea-iary. Ei-^tht weeks comrlf^tesi B:r,-h.?r  oll"iie. �04a Centra :--v. Mm. 1'05-0 'been reflected in the greater bus.V^^r done by Lethbridge wholesalers. ''.^^^ i Nlneteen-thirteen is pa.=t and I lis here, and probably tha most y'^ ' quent wish heard on the streetsf ^' "that the New Year may be no woi'^ ; than One pa-st" i'^^ .land oier \ I iFire Destroyec All Business Placei (Continued from Iront page). C. P. fl. TOOK SPURT Jltatnal. Jan. 2.-0. P. R. was the ^Ag ndM on Uve Itwad exchange to-4ay, and this stock a(^anced a point and  bait OTer the opening price, �Illng higher than the London nuo-tatfoiiB. it Opened at 207, and �went to 307H> 1*ut later closed imder the Jiigb at 207%, The reet oi the market -was quiet Plana are under way for a redisti-i-bution of the recruiting areas ot the 12th York Rangers, the 20th Halton Rifles and the 36th Peel Regiment, by which the York Rangers will become a city regiment, and the areas of the 20th and 36th Regiments will he enlarged. W.VXTKL)-Girl for general ho'.isework -mu^-t he fond of children. Good w?.ses P'Tid. App'.v at, once to 519 7th Str'^et South.__7-0 WAXTKiJ-Voans man about I'O ye.irs at once, .''s generul assistant la moat and piov:f;on store; used to horses , .Apply \V. M. GUis.Kow, Commerce, or I Phone i,'0!:u:;erce O. 13-fl TO RENT OFFICES TO R5XT-Best located otilces in the city. Ali modem conren-leuces.. Union Bank of Canada Building. For further Information apply to G. R. Tlnnlas Manager. 28�-� 1.00 REWARD for roco'''^, �' 9"? It bay gelding with one white hind jtern, cropped eArs, branded UL inogram on left shoulder, v punat It hip, vented brand reversed, weight, about 1250 lbs. Address K. Andrews. Taber. Alta. 11-iw STRAYED-Prom Section lB-6-21, two bay yearling colts, horse colt with white strip on face; fiUy colt, t.vo white hind feet, both branded 7 ! Scad :en, Seev.tre:>.s., Purple Springs la-li ! olUXTKD-St Ship Your Grain JdmBiOings&Ca Lunitod Winnipeg Orala �aekaoge Lathbrldg* 1714. L�th. Mdga. or wtH� P. O. Box 278 OCIe� R^l Bank^BulldinK c/a A���nii 4k Linda*/ wind carrying sparks and burning embers across the street, between the two blocks, however, the buildiuiis in the second block were soon in a blaze aend the flames devoured everything heiore tliem. The Calgary File Brigade responded to a call for assistance and upon arrival at five-thirty in the morning \ did much to put the flaxiies under con- itrol. I ' PERSONS WHO SUFFERED � The business places destroyed were as follows : Lee Curtis, fruits and confectionery. Massey-Harris implement ware-I house. I John Shrader, hutclier shop. I Shantz, hardware store. J. Nlxen, jewelry. R. N. Kauilman, general merchandise. Bijou Theatre. Tom SparSis, poolroom and cigars. Charles Lamhelm, barher shop. A. G. Studer, general merchandise. Ale.\ander Hotel. Golden West Hotel. Alexander livery stable. J. G. Berscht, gents' furnishings. W. O. Lcismenfc, hardware. .Jones and Peare, flour and feed. Hysraith, saddlery. John Shrader, beneral merchadise. Chambers' drug store. Charley Hoo, Chinese restaurant. Jones Bros., groceries and meats. Royal Bank. The loss will reach $250,000, with iMiJtance aho�t-75 per cent, of loss. ____. -Stenographer, to work two St^hr-re dayis a week or evenings. "er^dv work after A-jril 1st. State ex- -^\yce. Box G. Herald._17-2 plain\"ED-A good girl that can do Mrs. (Cooking, good v.-.Tges. Apply to PQQj^^ F. Shaw. Coa'hurst. Alta. 17" able TO RKXT-After .loniiary let, 1914, the prf!mises on (1th St. S. now occupied by The Dr.vIJaon Metal Co. Ltd. Good office and workshop. For particulars apply tc The C. B. Bowman Agency, .A.cadia BIdg. 3rd .Ave. S. ____________301-0 TO RENT-We have houses to rent, all kinds a,id prices, including some furn shed houses, if you want to rent a house see us. If you have a house to rent, let us know, as we have renters. Kimball & Lassen, 118 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 721. 302-O LOST-Sorrel gelding, five years old, branded QU on right shoulder, pacer. $10.00 reward for recovery. A. W, I Maxwell, Coaldale,_16-6 STRAYED to my farm, 2 horses, bay and brown, no brand, reached mane white stripe on face, hind feet white, weight about 2800. Also 1 black mare and bay horse, branded upper quarter circle L on right thtgh. Owner can have same by paying expenses. A. R. Anderson, Bradshaw Siding. Magrath. AlU. 16-6 -..V first class cap-late afternoons or Third Avenue South. �y.'AXTE!)-venins.'.^. .\pply U'-Xv-THlF lOOT__ school fo\- Teacner for country begin ilar\ four rannihs. Duties to e.\pocted w'h 2i:d, V.'H. State sa'ai'v feire.l. D. Kf" ausweriug. Lady pro-dard, Alta. Tdweil, Sscy-Treas., God- ^'.".L\Ti;i3^i________ ply SaUirdayb's to dcli-.'cr Co. '.inorning to �\\'AXf.'?"D~^>,_____ maid. :it once, r.pable 60o llih .5t. Soutj^pply 1 ^ DBS. COURTICE AN5l Dentists, graduatesB ern University, Chl^ 9 to 5. Phone iT Block. Lethbridgt', graduate J Surgeons � Dominion Rooms 5 1071. iHRIST- orthwest-Hours kacdonald MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of piano, harmony and tlMnory. Beginners a specialty. Jl.i.OO a term. I'rl-niary and advanced prepaied for examination, if doalrod. Studio moved from 15lh &L to 12�(; 5th avu. A South. ORLANDO KAY-n^'acher of Piaiio; Harmony and Thctj y. Ivessona given In Shorthand. Apply 1404 7th Avenue North, Leiiibridge. THE LtTHBRIDGE" IMPERIAL OR." CHE8TRA-Open for dances for coming season. \ny number of pieces suplled. Violinist, J. B. Gas-kell. pianist, R. Nrods. Box 494; W.A. HENDERSON clpal. coal, tlinbr retail, wiiolesale ; Onices at Winnipi Lethlnidge. Ilesiil Gibson, C A., (Sen lluilding. Phone D7aWrNG^A7soci:i ot Chartered Aci( laud and Wales, ai; of ("lliarterrd Accd Acadia lUilkllng, I. & Co., C.A. Mun|. . manufacturing, nid other audit.s. ;, JTt�lici3io Hat, at Partner, A. K. & Alta.,) Acadia :o of the InsTitute untants in Bng-t ot tho InstUuti^ unlanta of Alta., ethJjridge. PIANI3TE MISS A. ARNOLD Planiste I3 open for engagements dances, parties etc. Orchestra supplied. Writo 2:;3 20th St. N., 292-2(1 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provinclal and olty licensed auctlonpor. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St, North. Phone 1028. Residence Phone 585. Downtown ofBce at the Lethbridge-Weyhurn Realty Co., Phone 1173. FRANK WADDINGTON-.'VuoUoneer 17 years' experience; will handle your sale In tho way that gets tho money. Phones 469 and 1418. Reasonable terms, prompt settlements. Goods received for aale or auction. r ELECTRICIAN LOTS FOR SALE -CipaVv--------. ! nished .n s',ee&v\ g^ueval servant. ; ^^^j^j. ig at 4lXt home pveferred. | jn^tiate -A~c3Jnpe&lL-?li^ ! per mo! nt ward maid. ! Oflice. ' LS'-0 Miscellaneous FotV-r ---.Sale FOREMOST Martin's Baggage 7 Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Barvlcs Union Transfer and Foremoat, Dec. 29-A grand ball took place in the new hall on Christmas evening. There were practically one hundred couple there, who thor-Ottgbly enjoyed themselves. The decorations were Tety attractive and Messrs. Howe and Salmon deserve praise for their speedy work in getting the hall and floor in such nice shape. Messrs. Little and Wheatley spent Christmas in High River. � .Jj. Jame? is ipendihg the holidays witii his. folks, in IWinnipeg. . j^- G. Robectebtt is spending the holidays .wiUiiilbisL:. family at (Trassy Lak* - .. ." ': �.- . .A: y^Tjy^Q^i^iii^ Christmas tree and-poneert'wa*-^yen by the Ladies' AM^in the,-new-hgiH on the night of tbf'36th,'the'proficam consisting of ;3qBg&:bjr Jlr. ia; li. Hoer, Rev. A. G. W'illfen,, and-Mr. Albeit Thansen ; re-1 citaitoiMf-;.by Merte Roberts, Lester . jBeattie, Edna Beattie, Mayetta ^ jSchitinour, H. Doran, J. M. Hillis, ;C. Bowen, L. Schinnour and Rev. A. G. Wilken ; violin solo by Mr. A. E. -Jis5_;_^tri0j_Mr3. P. Medhurst, FOR SALir-Choice alfalfS- hay and best re-sorted potat6^, mixed plied ;n ton lots or over, sup-GrovtTS' i-,,mpi\ny, F:irm Prill the Ltd., Hull Building. 7th St. jjucts. 1017. ^-jioiip FOil SALE-Good home =rov.-n xf Timothy seed. Call or w::te 3 Davidson. Coaldale. Phone R llnVhn 1-, FOR S \T.E -y:\\~-'~V ' ' "~ only used six m n .h , , ' in gas. Will '-ell at a renstm-::;'  .\Dply 316 (uh Ave. A. S., or 720. _ ; FOR SALE-One second hand~piaye piano, bench and music, all in i er} feet ccndltion and all a ba-gain. Casl or terms. Mason & RIscb L'.d.. 16-'cnths from Tanuary 15th. Ap-R. A. Wright, Balmoral Block. __17-6 TO ".EN't^Severn room fully mcdern hof-'^. 7th -Ivenue S..'$?5 per month. oom fully modern house, 619 9th -A-<-. S., $35 per month. Small four room cottage, ccrner 8th Avenue an'' 17th St., with water, $10 per month. r. 7-.oon, !1,S Sherlock Building. Phone 721. 18-0 Notice to Intending Settlers Take notice that on Monday, February 2nd, 1914, the following land win be open for homestead entry- The South-West Quarter of Section Thirty-one; Township Eight; Range Two; West of the Fifth Meridian. Dated iat Lethbridge, Alfc-'-ta, this 30th day of December. 1913. J. W. Stafford, 17-30 Agent Dom. Lands. ORS. MARKS ANC ^'.| uccessors to Drs. CIur�. Hours 9 t<;| Inbotham Block. Phcj OR. E. G. SIMMOND^ her of Royal ColK'^ I Eng..I Licentiate ll Physicians (I�ndon| Hours: 9-12; 1-S. Office hlnek. -Dentists and Mc-Pee, Big- 1st, mem-lurgeons, lllege of 1900. e-8. Post W. L. McKEN2(E & CO., Electrical dealers and Contractors. Phone G37. 706 Th'rd Avenue South. r FURRIER DAVID SCOrT-I'^lrs remodelled, cleaned an( dressed. Flno seleo-tlcn of late;t styles. At the Bent-ley Co. 243-0 NURSI^1 NURSINQ^The N-nreri trict work: obetetrlci; mergencv. Office li^ a.m.. 1-2.30 p,m.; eve 7th Ave S Phone jlon dls-leal and lefore 9 1414 private HOS PRIVATE HOSPITAt Haarlem's Private Maternity Home 74 8 Phone 7<6 Van. and ^.ciua FOR SALE-Sheep, 11 f. head ot choice Lincoln ewes, one and three years old, bred to'a registered O.vford and a Lincoln Rarn, vdiich is also for sale, AW large stock and In flue condition Phono U 711. B. S. Pawson, Coaldale, Alta. 1^-fi LAND FOR SALE H OR SALE-Ten acre Irrigated gar. \ea tract, in V/^ mile circle. $190 acre. $50 per aci*d down and bal-tnce on terms. Lanvl adjoining sold lor $250 per acre. Pox 46. Herald office. 28.5-0 FOR SALE-54.50 a ton. Coaldale. -Briled straw, Phone n .206. delivered F. Knapp. 11-20 'OR S.ALE-Five and ten acre lota, i ilowed a.'id irrigated, near school. Just ' -ast of city. Easy terms. Lloyd & bovine, Hull Bldg,, 7th St, Phone 1017. - 279-0 FOR SALE-Mr, Farmer, improve vour egg strain. 10 cockerels from 200 egg strain, W Orpingtons, $3, $4 and $5 each. A, N, Wheely, lilo ;.4th Street North, li"-6 FOR KALE-A r�)s;i3tored Holstein bull aged 2 years and 9 months, i-'rile reasonable. Box 50, Herald otlico, T6-C -RITISrr COLU.VIBIA FRUIT LANDS b-10 acre tracts; bargain prices, must m sold, $8 to $35 per aero: $10,00 ciontlily, .Write Columbia River Or-=Rards, Ltd. Nelson, B.C. 13E0D The WIMPOLE PRIVATf tcr Surgical, Medical eases. Graduate Ni Swayne Supurlntendal I WiOLESALE ] WESTERN jIjPPLV AND EQUIP-MENT CC,' LTD., Corner 3rd Ave. and 4th ;t S., Wholesale Mine. Builders', Contractors, Blacksmiths, Railway, mpplles; packing, belting, valves, ppfc fittings, wire rope and fittings, Ujb wire, fancy brick, wat erproofin;,] expansion shields, store fronts, p^tc glass. Phone 1044. 1PITAL ternity Miss 7th -Idge UNDERTAI 4 illSCELLANEOUS wants"! O ANTED-A pair of nee. .Miiftfhfi' godd �/ly bo.x 95 Herald, greyhounds at and game, .\p- i9f;- FOR SALE-Six beautiful English tj.VANTED-To tr,ide Interest b-aring' TeiTier pups, nicely marked, dogs, $5,'paper or other property for livestock, � " $3 each. Now ready to take prefer.ibly brood mares, or will buy. females A:, a war. C. R. Hall, 513 19th St. North | C. S, Noble. Noble, AlU. 301-0 NOTICE Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to and including the 6th day of January, A. D., 1914. for the purchase of all or any part of the following securities held upon hypothecation: Nine Hundred and Ninetv-six ThouT and (S96000) shares of the Capital Stock cf the Superior Coai Ccrar-any Llmted of the pa^ value of One ($1,00)" Oollaf each. Three Hundred and Twenty-Nine Thousand (329,000) shares of the Capital Stock of the Rock Spring;! Coal and Brick Company, Limted of the par value oi; One (11.00.) Do-lar each. First mortgage Gold Bonds of thr Alberta Consolidated Coal Com pany. Limited, of the following denomination: One (1) Five Hundred ($500) Dollar First Mortgage Gold Bond. Four (4) One Hundred ($100.00' Dcllar First .Mortgage Gold Bonds. Ten (10) One Thousand ($1000.00) Dollar First Mortgage Gold Bonds, The highest or any tender will not  ^oesaarlly be accepted. The sealed tenders shall be address- (1 to the undersigned and marked iders." 5th day of DKctmher A.D G. Myers, narrt�ter, etc., T. 8. FETTE:R..Y-Fun�] and Embalmer; aluo SomorvUle MarhU Works, of Calgari'. 0\ Court House Pnone I dence 284 7th Ave 3. tipen dav unrl nigh*. rector, \x the nnlte poslta 1117o. ). Y. HUH3T-Fuiitial censed Embalmer; (Lai v^hen desired) Drjnnari_ ?.nd Ave. S. PhoiiU day M '. 7�i ax n deol !rn Transfer Co. Limited p. R. Fr�.)6ii8 Shsos offic* : i tiaa Offlof : I 462 Stable* i 1(W4 SURVEYING^ J, F. HAMIUTOIN. B,A.8e(_ and Alberta Land Surve:! tion and Kydiaulic Bngln.;] 6 ana G, Whitney HiockC "hono 1(1.(2 i.1-Idant 401 kt or Bloa fisa- pill 9 HAY, GR.IN AND POTATOES - Wtiolesas.-and retail. All varieties of iiay-linothy. alfalfa, blue joint, mixed hy. upland litvy, oat hay, and straw. \Itxed carloads a specialty. Wire ti write for qiiotations. Proraptservlce, quality guaranteed. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar pace for rent, Hyd� & Saundcs', corner 2nd. Ave. and i:th St S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244. WELDING THE SCJTHERN ALBERTA WELD. ING C).* have opened a shop at tho rear t Pr, McClure's residence, 610 8lh S South. All kinds of broken machiwy repaired by the Oxygen-Acetvspe Welding process on short notic I Also skates ground. R, C. ^^01uro, Mgr., J. B. Walker, MaslrlMechanic DUFF &.' EDWAt^Ds (vl wards. B.A.Sc, Dominlor hiiita Land S!irv.'v);-. Ill Duff, C,E,;-rv,j,,'.al t^' ins;, civil crigiiiPiTliig and;, veylng,-Si]i!e 2ur, Sherloclill [___m.NO TIJNINC G. H. CRIPPS-Kxpcit Plail, U:53 Sixth Avrniue A. Soul 1168, Ed. Al-A. Jnt- E pr, �ne No'',cc to Ir.'enclir Settlers TAKE NOTICE THAT ON Ff-�^ .JANUAI-iY 16th, 1914, THE fI �^--^i^ov/iNG LANDS WILL 'J'^P^H FOR HOIVIESTEAD ENTRY ' or rreininii 28, N. 3, E, 1-4 of Sectl' ...tioi, r,:;, ,iU in Tr w'l'.m or I 111' nth ^j I..,evlibndgt;. .Ml' 'A Dccerabnr. , 1,;,' J. W. 9tO':V'ivt:' AKSftVUon), SIMSHIF IIGEIICy Ca|dian Pacific Railway Cp|t Ticket Office, Lethbrldg* '] REPRESENTING: C^idlari Pacific Royal Mall li^ Line, Royal Mail Steamers \hlte Star, Red Star, American Line; Leiand LIns. , uiiard Lines sijaldson Line nlhor Lino inch Line ndlnavlan American llfsslan American ^Hand-America Line imburg-Amerlcan Line irth German Lloyd Line jBtra-Amrrlcana S. S. Co. icleta 01 Navlgazlene A ,'Vaporo hvigazlene Generals Itallana And all other Trans-Atlantio Steamship lines. Special Christmas Rates, Sail-igs of any lines mailed prompt-upon .application. Wireless reports ot ships near-Ing ports received daily. Inter-latlon cheerfully glvon. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TICKETS SOLD BY US 1 Telephone 512 or Address 3. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. TICKET AGENT LETHBRIDGE. ;