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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO DISTRICT NEWS w AND SUDOEN death OP A GLENWOOD LADY r Svj&lonwoodj Alta.. Jan. 2.-rOn. \Ve. Brown, at Cardstou, on the nigiit.of the.3.7th. She.took suddenly Eicl! on Sunday afternoon al�out i p. m. at her home in Glen wood, wJilIe at dinner. Dr. Lynn'' of Cardaton was Innjiedlatoly called. Upon seeing Mrs. Btown, he requested that she be tak-� en to the hospital at Cardston ns soon as possible. This was done, but she dli;d the next morning at ahout T a.m. The.trouble was Internal lieniorrhugB. Mrs. Brown' was the daughter J; St. BMlngsley of Glenwood, weil-kiio*n throughout the district as a sncceesful farmer and stockman. She �was only 25 years of age, and leaves behind her a husband and two little "boys, four and two years, respectively, besides a father and mother, two sisters, three brothers, and a host of. sorrowing friends. Mr. Levi Webster was the recipient a Jiandsome Christmas gift presented by his wife In the form of a *aby gJrl. Stanley-jr. S.-Read also was pr^ e.ented with a Christmas baby girl the day before Christmas. Ifi both eases the mothers and daughters are doing �well. The drama "Hlck'ry Farm" and the concert by the Aetna band have both Ibeen postponed Indefinitely on account of the death of Mrs. Brown in t)iB community. -NEWS TWo^teen, 'Winter has bad FROM 2-15. Alta., Dec. 31.-Old A steady grip on uk for quite a while, but It is some consola-. tion to know that to the soutli of us in the United States, even lower temperatures have been recorded. The snowfall gives promise of abundant moisture, and at the present tim% sleds are the common means of transportation. Two-Mfteen celebrated Christmas In -the usual manner. There vras a LeTH BRIDGE HERALD-DAILY AND WEEKLY. cember 22, resulted in "Dave" Mills, a colored rancher of this district, being ha'xed before Justices of the Peaqo midni|fht,".sons,i service, singing the old SBar out and the new year in. ;5lit4:p at 24 o'clock, the C.P.R. "en-l _ _____________________________^_ -gineVgave:ioJtli^a.peaT, long, load and jStedman and Heap on Thursday last shrill, and the fire bell tolled and rang i for selling -^vhiskey to an Indian nam-;uhtil jnuftled Sown to relieve the es- ed jack Eaglebird, for which offence cited inindS of"those of the citizens he was "soaked" to the eitent'df $50 . . J � who had peacefully gone to repose for, and costs, or 60 days. the-night.- ^ ; From the evidence given, it ap "The Teaser" was'psared that the constable caught sight  -� -  down a scme- ^Istrlbute the presents. Songs and re-, x i,it,, i,,Kt-i,A SL'^^aTauSrenl^y^fe'^venT.S^'^^^^^^^ ^''f aisappeixlng "df9l Mall 8teamen Allan Une-Iwil StfaU Steamers. French LinA'TO Havre. 17-6 TO RENT-In the Victoria Mansions, one furnished housekeepihg flat with two rooms and private b6^; rent $20 per month; including lighf^ind heat, Apply to the aiftnslona offKIr Third Ave. S. Phone 636; 17-0 TO R)ENT---New double store 25x29, with housekeeping flat,above, on ear line, comfortable and fully modem; wUJ ' r^|; together or separate very reJjBonaWe. Apply Phone lii6. lB-^0 TO RENT-309 13th St.. 8 rooms, i fully modem, stable and garage. |2S �per month. 422 12th St.. 6 roonis. and bath, with stable. $8.00 per month. 643 8th St. S., 7 rooms fully modern, $25.00 per month. 1248 5th Ave., sly rooms fully modern, fafnlshed, $30.00 "per inonth. N. fl. Peat & Co.. Macdou'-aid Slolik, Agents.- / 11-0 Bpniwi Tt wna dMfeL Bank Chambers, kindly return same to the lAoykl Bank. 20-Ox LOST-Mbon Stone stick pin between Wright's store and IZU 3rd Ave..S. Liberal reward for return to above address ' :* 20--1 STRAyBD-r-Prom.. Lundbr^ok district. ^ head horses, two branded reversed C S left hip; five Branded H left hip; one 'branded 2 oyer. 1 connected; one branded S i tight Shoulder. Reward. T. Handasydfi. .Bufiiiis: 19-2 STiRAYED^A sorrel horse, weight 1000 lbs, white spot In. forehead, no brand visible, coming 3 years old. Owner can liaye' same by paying expenses. Apply B..'R. Renfrew, Coal-dale. 16-6 lost-A parcel containing a pair of pink silk' gloves and a pair of pink silk stockings. Finder will kindly return to the Herald OBlce.. 12-Ox ^Mlsecllaneons. for Sale PORiSALEf-Babr.^Uggy cheap, In .good-condition, at iOCv 12th Street C Nortiv �  �:;\ 20-1 POH SALE-White Orpington and R. C. Rhode Island Red cockerels. These are pure breed.' 'Eggs at reasonable prices any time of 'year. .Write Will Meyers, CoaVdale.' Alta. 18-G EXCURSIONS Vaiicouvei', Victoria, iind New Westminster, B. C. TO RENT-Bungalow in Strathcona Court, fully modem, including gas range and all conveniences. Apply C. \ B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk. 5-0 Dec. Round trip from Lethbridge. Tickets ori Sale 10, 11, 12; Jan. 15, 16, 17, 18; Feb. 9, 10, 11. Return Limit April 30th, 1916. S. B. MITCKfeLL Ticket Agent, Lethbridge." R. DAWSON, District Passenger .Agent, Calgary. I Lient,-Col. � W. ,A. Logie. of. UamK-. iton, who has been appointed to com-imand the second military division of ! Ontario with headquarters at Toron-Ito, to succeed General Lessard, who j was recently promoted to the rank of Inspector General. . sDaggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all -mealcal and surgical cases (except contagious diseases), and ctiarges nCcoVdlng to the circumstances of the' patijht Poor patients cared lor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Alls-sion 1414 7tli Avenug^ South- Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley. Supervisor, (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Qrad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie. tGrad. I-Jursa. FOR Khi-N'i-for a gooa room with ui) modern conveniences, steam beat, fihower baths, piunge. etc.. apply Y ^' r. A. 24-0 SITUATIONS VACANT ^'ANTED-Good general servant. Apply 413 12th St. S. 20-2 FOR SALE-20 WTjite Rock females and a. fev/ males, One Single Comb Black Minorca Cocjt Bird and 7 or 8 females. These are all high class birds and are for Sale reasonable. W. A. Ott, City. . 15-6 FOR SALE-Three-good dairy cows; all three time up..'Apply Wm. Robertson, Plamond City. Alta. 15-6 FOR SALE--Second hand Williams piano; will sell cheip^ foi* cash or easy terras. Apply-Bbx '41 Her&ld office or Phone 1402. . 12-0 DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-^PhyBlclan, Surgeon, Accoubhei'. ' ttbul'B Z-3; 7-8 p.m. Oftloe &14 Third A-vonuo, .'Phono 1253.  j  DR; M'es�'-making. House modern, oloto in and cheap rental; , sale and Retail. 'Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants and Hot House 'Vegetables. Phone 1003, Lethbridge,' . ' 281-0 SPIRELLA PARLORS CORSETIERE-Mrs, II. H. Plbes, 414 5th Ave, S,. aucoe'spor to Mrs. Lun-dy. Write for appointment. -15-0 ART EMBROIDERIES NEPOLEWORK SLIPPLIEDT~'lEs: sons given-AWly Miss Pilmor, Phone 783. 1.4th Ave. H. 2iO-0 �ACCOUNTANT �V. D, WING-Asapoiate of the instl-stittite of ChartornQ Accountants ot Eriitland and Wolos, nnd of thg In-tnte or Qhartered ^Aocountnnts- Id Alhf-rta TJVi