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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID6E .,D A IL V t HE.R A tD MONDAY, JJi^UAl^Y 4^ JL915 ^ IGETlEli SIAY IN MB 0- jfkgrath, Alta.. Jan. 3.-Tliat the m scH LS JurftyoATU PAoMj?ee injnFr> Tn iHuniber of gsJittenien then gave sound, ^^mI to AsflSTANCE of^^^p^^ ""'^ encouraging talKs -f^*"^^ COMPANY pointing out in plaia �^vo^ds why the '!;'. umc-�i indusu;.- wns ot such vast importance ,__ to ihU coiiutry. CvJeasou-sold that during 1904 and ..v^- . ISOS, wJiilo he was in the mercantile famers of the Alagrath district grasi- ijus.uoss. M�sratU never witnessed-This list completes lUs"staiidittgs-for thC*rue signllicauce of Uie proposed better times, and that for beeta alouo . the f-iU '14 terra � roi^qsal from the south of the Knight m .those two j-ears.about iio.m was ! � wr--Staiia-cstkr ^runnr-sag^r factory, and are alive to the circulnied right here at holne Kg "i-c>i AiiiN&tt.-K .bi/iiuut, la^fthat the situatiou requires,prompt pleaded with, the farmers to bury aniijtangible action, was displayed at tuolr grievances and rally to the sup-a IBHSS meeting -held Ja the Assenxbly port of the factorv. ha^^^iast Thursday. ' t^.-=...'>-.V_ 'terfdance was not Following are the term stanaiuRS ot the pupils ot A\ostmtnst.ar. school: Mr. Riches' Class" ' GRADE Vlll.-lilla TiUack;' Pa;ul' Matsbn, Vautine Steavley, \ ictor Gillies, Thelma Lewis, Annie ; Vcroj, y, JVhlle ,tlie at- 3 >!ayor Ririo-ideclared that it wotfld ' Aeh^' Ern^^itsou aalar^e.as it ought Tie dlplorabie^lo see the factory go. f/'f,, Harrv O^^^^ considering the faiv;He could afford to raise beets for the l>^a�- Harry_Oalmplosv,_ /.onaHatle- inan, Peter Kergan, Ernsst Wilson, when YOUR PliJinbins^ieatinf or Gas Fitting , ~ systems need repairing or attention of any kind, send for us. We.can put.theni in first class worldtig order. �� TiiBSt3n1apiJ:f*ii)Mng C# S. KNAPMAN- , Phonos: ,, Offioo 1028.-After 6 p.m. 1892. 322 Sixth Street South,' Opiposite Herald Jolin T. Henlnger, W. T. Passey, J. J. 1 do it. Whesit farmln, _ He4^, George Bone, J. J.. Gibb, A. R.; boon proven a failure Bbiiiiett, W. H. Hindley and George Gujfiey, was appointed to solicit the to.iwi for acreage, not only for 1915,: but'on tht stiggestion of Ray Knight, Ior".19ie as Veil. TJife committee, at the time of writ-Ing^.are busily engaged, and they are ineKlng -with gratifying success. ThSlr report will b6 filed on Slondiiy. Ttre general sentiment here is almost �unanimous In support ot the move-Bjeiit, and the farmers declare that tl^Ejr win from now . YOUR QRAY HAIR �.,:a  - Tr^tht�! iMix Sage Tea arid Sulphur ��pd brush It through your hair, ''--'taking one strand at a time, ."^�^en you darken your hair '.flth^ ' Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can .iteU,vb6caus8 It's done so naturally, so ew^y. Preparing this mixture, though said Mr. tlfrie; This is no scare, gentlemen," were kxlusivelv has ^^'""^^ Kidpath, l%.ert Watson. Chas.. eiciusneij nas ty^^i^^^.^ Docat-;,,Iatnes Wilson, B m ^lUeria, .i,,,_ A�^v��;-' V!r,i-M . l nin-l. LOST-FOUND �James Goliiie, -Andrew Horn, Leigh j xmo ICS ua ttiurf ^pnriPniBn - worn i White, Wm. ^Vylit, Elmer Gcii^er, A1-! , ^ get the raw product. Beets are what we want-enough to make a profitable run. If w^e can get the beets I be-J Mr. Briice's tlass. GKADE VI.-H. MacLcUnUi N. wrong slipper from the K. P. Hall on Thursday return same to the C. P. R. ticket office. 19-1 Robertson, K. McGcwan, M. Walton, ! STRAYEt)-From �Limdbreck district, lieve, the ijlaijt: will-stay in Alberta. E. Westcott, L. Buohauan, E. Wash-: 9 head horses, two branded'reversed C It wjli cost.$153,(100 to move the mill.'brook, J. Thomson, W. West-ott, B.,'s left hip; five branded /H loft hip; so we have just that muck.the start. M.acIndoe, H. Buchanan, U. KjiowT-� one 'branded 2 over 1 connected; one of American brothers. Farmers, go in den, G. Wilson, H. Hill, W. Coflay, ' branded E 4 right shoulder. Reward, tor sma-il patches, cultivate properly S. McGowan, M. Fliim, B. McN'abb, iT Handasvde, Barmis. 19-2 and yoir can't fall. Alberta has the i E. Olander, M. Grist, H. Ingram, J. i .00^,.. '^^W Roaarv' in a green � I'll'^fInd'� (tenogriiphop for you-one who la capable, oonsclentioUB C Pavne A Dav f 'Lo^ �c�"i*ng 3 ^'ears old. ^fl-fie�neg':^' Myrtle Wardman. Lizzie l^A"? ??';thls:coui)tiyi..~^^^^ Emery, Doris Stafford'- John -1^4'?.n-^d^o1?Te?tll"zat?o'ri.' Riches. Hugh Livie. James, kergan. Mr. Dahl also emphasized the unsur- "^r�ice Bartlett, Agnes Jarvis, Annie passed, feeding value of pulp, syrups; Laing, Ethel Dodd, aSd'luxuriant. You will also discover idrufl'.Ia go&d and hair-has stopped ; *yqray, faded ffair, though -no dis-j uid tops.' teamship Ticligt Office SPEED ; SPLENDOR anadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamen Allan Line Royal Mall Steamers. French Lino to Havi"?. White Star Now York anw Canad' :liu service'. Cunard Line, New 'TodJand Canad-ju service. ' ^' Canadian' Northern Royal Mail searaers. Donaldson Llao to Glasgow. .\nchor Line to Glasgow. Buy your' tiqkets where you get ;ir tr-ain. ' S. B. MITCHELL, /.The acjji^lujbig , g-^jjfgj.g^ J. \v. Harriet;, Carter; Bessie AVilsdn, Jo- O P R' Tlf>kpf'''l o-PT^f celrn Barkiey, Jessie Baird, Pansy i'-"�^ ' A^^^^Gfe-Ageiltj. Fuller, Richard Coultry, Sarah Cun- Cransto-svn. .A.n- � ,_i � ~w ,. . ...� x.'^- -r --aiiix oiu- - -----1 -----" SIcGowan, Doris .year's yor^er.-Sold by J.. d. HIgIn- c.arely:--wanted *he fflctory to stay and 'Jowett, Willie McNabb, Barbara Mc- Lethbridge!. FOR SALE J'J fS head of Thoroughbred Ram->boulllet:Ra)ns In good condition 'for breeding purpoffee. ; Price $10.00 per head .See or write; R.G.Harvey , 'Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep. ; RAYMOND, AUTA, I would support it, the company -would J.�IlOt'-^nt^ve^ltae�'{>Ba�the line. "The Prince of Wales entered the trenches, walked along for some dls- - tance, and came out again, and all; Cliarles Lewis, Uonaid, Jlary McGowan, Iris Glan-ville, Ethel Larson, Alfred Westcott, Jolm Dougall, Edwin Sbinapr. Miss HysscH>'s Class. GRADE II.-Senior.-Alice Ross, Albert McEachern, CANAmAI the tirne shells were bursting near' Fred Holmes, Willie McEachern, .Al-ttim/". says Private Gendra of the berta Rose, Ethel Allen, Allan Rid- \yel?h'Sre,rritQrial-: Regiment COAL, G. O. D. i NUT, per ton ...........$2.25 LU.WPi'pef ton ..........$4.35 i Beltyered ,in two ton loads, full ' :'� ' -weight-- gi'Ven. phone 1583 to rent TO. REJNT-S roomed house, 710 Sth Ave.. S., one block from new post office; gas throughout or coal furnace; All modem, large rooms, warm. �Will rent furnished or "unfurnished. Apply Box 44 Herald or Phone 329. 19-6 ro RENT-718 A 10th St, S., (small aouso at rear), full ceinent basement, watei',. sewer, light; $10.00. Partly �iumished if desired. Gibson, 'Windsor Hotel. 17-6 ro RENT-Two roomed plastered 3hack, furnished with large clothes closet and water, also large garden and hen house. Apply ."iOS 19th St. North. IT-7'i � Box 925 iLnth-bridtfe. ^V'- ; .'W:-: ^251-0 SEED OATS FOR SALE-We have a limited amount of choice Banner beed oats. These oats have been very.cnre-fuUy cleaned and graded three time's. A germination test of 100% has been given us this year on these by the GqveiTiinent Seed Laboratory. Samples >nd prices furnlBhed on applioa-tibn. C. S. Noble. Nobleford." 8-0 BOARD AND ROOM In ' private family In modern house centrally located, for two young ladies or married-couple. .(Viiply Box 57 Herald 'Office.  18-Ox THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity arid ail medical and, surgiosl cases (except c.oiil'&gl'ous diseases), and charges according to the cir-cumstanoos of the, patlanL Pobr patients cared tor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private'fluty also pVoylded. For further, partic-ulara apply to the Nursing ills-sion 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone 1283. ' � . (Miss) A. "M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Ml�s) M. A, Mac,Kfiy> Grad. Nufie. (Miss) ,,1. Mackenzie, firad. Nurse. HAY, GRAIN and POTATOES^ Wholesale and retail All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Jolrtt. mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and-Btravr. Mlxsd caHoads a sijeclalty.' Storage for household goodn; etc.. cellar space for rent Hyde and Saunde-.rs, corner 2n'l Ave. end t2th St .S P. O. Box 1127. Ptinnei1244. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed Rpid cleaned. Work guarantoe.fl.,,Please let us have order a?, soon as: posv Bible. David Scott', Beritley. Company Store. ., . -.,,.' 222-().. FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES � GRAIN SACKS-Wholesale &- retail; 't^Kona write or -wire.us for special carload , quotations. The Lethbrtdge ,Wey-bum Co., Limited, Commission Merchants and Implement Dealers,' 1262 iBt Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. . , . ^66-0 FLORIST FRACHE BROS, 'FLORISTS-^Whole. sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquettf, Cut FloTyers,. Pot Plants an^- Hot House �Vegetables; '. Phorie'^ioog -Lethbridge. ';;.;. ,> -prnZi ELEQT^ICI AN i W. L. .McKENZtfe. A Cb.i,JneotrloM Dealers and C6i?trHctors.>t?iione 687. 706 Third Avenue South, I accountant 3 W, D. WING-AsBonlate of the Iristt Btitute- of Charteri�d Accountants ot Enpland and Walfls, and of the In-tnte of Chartered Accountants In' Atbr-rtn, 'Afoflla -RMn- T,ptli-hrM?e. �V. A. HENDERSON & COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbridge : :  Medicine H�� Accountancy In all Its t)ranol\ei Audit, Secretarial, Ad. ����� viBory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inve� tlgationa, Llquidatidns.-  Acadia Bulldlnb, Lethbrlcjsi' Resident B. J, RlTCHIl: PATFRSON; Chartered Accountant (Scot.) 2 ;