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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta his Page is tilie>.'fB,tJSINB8S GJBNTB1}| THE ^t. 1^ fif You Could Only Be a Stomach You'd Ott 10 Bad Rathtr Sore at the Work YoM'd Have to Do. FiUtcr a master that works a horse id longr, Without rest, that the poor old beast at last has to go to a bone ptiel Fancy yours^ doing the same fhlng with your stomach-the ^noblest of all our physical organs. Just, imagine yourself devoting hottvs of eles8 work to the digestion . of a meal which you cannot digest because of wrongful ingredients given to you by the iblood. Is not a man very foolish to imag-in' a raw sick stomach capable of gooii work wh6n the iuicos It receives are so filled with alkali or acid that thc--> actually eat the stomach mem-bmne? Do you not know from a common sense point of view that to continue such a course means not only the impairment of your stomach but of all digestive organs as well? Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets go into your stomach just like food. They are so powerful in health giving qualities that almost instantly the work of digestion Is improved. They ease up the stomach's work. They go into the blood and balance it pei^ fecUy. Thus, wh'en the stomach calls tor n6w juices at your nest meal you are 'able to fumieh them. Your common sensc will tell you that;8o great an aid to digestion as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet* could not be Jn every drug store, unless demanded after trial >by all classes of stomach sufferers. No more are they a doubtful quality. ; They have passed a Tigid examination by all manner of stomi�:h and ^ digestive tests, and they have been awarded the diploma of Amerl-oan; patronage. Their's has been the practical tost Sthaut's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale at all druggists at BOo. a box. t Send coupon below .today and wC' will at once send you by mail-a sam-plerfree. HAD ATTENDANCE' OF 11,913 DURING YEAR-CHURCH ASSETS WORTH $13,000 � ,; FREE TRIAL COUPON , >. a. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich., send me at once by return maiU a free trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. l^ame....... Street .. City ...... ....State In spite of the depression and general hard times, St, Cyprian's Church has juse closed one of the most successful years in its brief history of five years' existence.. The-annual meeting-of this parish Church was held in thb Parish room Monday night, -when a good!}' number jof the church peopve were in attend-'�ance, and a most entusiastic and op-tinj.lstlc ,6plrtt was evident at all rtimes^" ' The RectorJs report showed a large increase in the attendance, at both the celebrations of Holy Communion and the other services of the Church. The total attendance at the services, not including the celebrations, was 11,913, as compared with 9,274 for last year. Total Communions made, 1622, as against 1182 in 1913. There have been 39 baptisms, 42 confirmations, 19 marriages, 5 bhurchlngs and 7 -funerals. There are over 200 on the Commanicaats' roll. The Sunday school has 18 officers and teachers, ten of wEom are men. There are 230 scholars on the roll, not including the font roll, with an average attendance of over 160 a Sunday. During Xba year over $500 has been raised. In the Sunday school, and all debts hav0 been met, and a balance left on hand of over ?50,O,O, . Both- Senior and.,J.unipr^ branches of [.the -iW-tai JJav^^^i done i excellent- work, not only>ia th'Si' raising pf funds, but aiong,otlier..'."�,.-. irjie rALBe'RyAi .Tou ahr. NOjriPi: standard Trusts Opmipan. ^ menced a Mortgage foreclosui>^*Ctl6n against you claiming the sum W $7, 657.40 and that ln.. DATED this 18th day of December, 1914. SHORT, ROSS, SEWObD, SHAW & MAYHOOD, No. C. Calgary, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. NOTICE TO Cash on band Beoeived . from sources.. ... .. Total-. i--v. Paid out.. >;r.. Balance...... Assets.. . l.iabiHties..i .. ........I-.32.79 different ...... 2839.80 .. ...12872,59 ..... 2856.64 .. .. $15.95 ...$12,856.74 ... 6,699.65 Assets Qverjilabmtiea.. ..$7,157.09 ; 3^a; R^eptor,i,ji0vi Ganon MoMIUen, chose' as his Warden' for" the ^coming year, Mr. Joseph Morgan, and Mr. E., S. Jackson was re?elected' -people's -Warden. A strong vestry was a'lso; electridi'J^anasttieHpeople ofssSt: Cyp-; flin^'s^jRtitth mnfch look coitli'dently* |orwfi* ta-a|year ot*^ real splritaal: progress,~. j :.* ^-' '� * . � - The inqidry department at the Admiralty has to deal with some strange queries. The other day a lady telephoned: "I hear the government have -t^n over th�-nrlljrays/ Whatf time i Isv there a .tiiln; 'rem -Victoria,'to Ep-\ acira aboul-'^t^ro o'clock this afterrj ndon?" * - ' � CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBUUNCE The following arcount ot ifce wotlc,^ of Ihe motor ambulance is' sfiht'-by-'a' "doctor ol medicine who is � lieuten-?ant in a field ambulance ol the R. A. M.C, and appears in 1^ London iTjroes: . .The pablio has been appealed to for a large sum 61 monCy'to provide mo-' ^tor ambulances, for the British Forces, and has responded to that appeal with great generosity. Tbat "this money is being well expanded and .that the work done by the motor am--btilances is invaluable is well known to all who have to taie part in the - lemoval ot the sick and wounded from ;ltbe lighting front. Before the advent of the motor am-iliulance t*e whole duty of conveying s-cwounded from the battlefield to the slislearing-hospital (in practice this ^/iineant railhead) fell to the field am-f/bulanceB. The latter possess horse spwibulanoe wagons-among other ve-MSles-which are pushed forward diir-an engagement as neat to the fir-wilig'line as is consistent with moder--siiiste;; safety, and the wounded are teplaced in them'from the "regimental fi,.aidpo6ts" behmd the firing line. In sthc'Course of the protracted semi-JinjBgerllke battles which are charae-'tm^tic of this war, it is usually on-Ij^v-under cover of darkness that it is .possible fot the wagons to approach , the aidposts, and the collection o� ANTHON JOHNSON, ESQ., cardston alberta. TOU ARB NOTIFIED that' The Standard Trusts Company has commenced a mortgage foreclosure action against you claiming the siun of $3,-519.99. and that in default of payment of the said sum the mortgaged premises, being the East Half of Section Three, in TownshSt* Two, Range 24, West of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, be sold and the amount realized to ibe applied in payment of costs and sum claimed and further clainiing for deficiency judgment against you and for possession of the said premises. .YOU -ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that if you dispute the plaintiff's cBaim you must file a demand of notice or statement of defence with the Clerk of the Supreme Court at Calgary, Alberta, on or before the Ist day Of February, 1915. and in default of your 60 doing thea.plaintiff may proceed and judgment may ibe given in your absence and without further notice to you. DATED this 18th day.of December, ^914. . � . - ..J'' � short, Rosq. selwood; ... SHAW & MAYHOOD, Calgary,. Alberta, No. A. Solicitors for the Plaintiff. ^With U>o,' liaToraafca' iirOtoa^o'fr-I the elioloeit holds'and wUh|th^'' blending of the hops wltlultha best sQlected barley malt?-you;'-] have, in \. ^a^. 411 , fll find .lrtem�rt|her. :^fer yoU'^na %ho Uv oa-"p^bLat. oontelantiouai.;aiid. aActirate. . A fyeuno wofplne Royai Mailui^teauers. French Una to Havre.^ - - White Star New York anu Canad .-.in service. ' �  �. -, . Cunai-d Line. NewTbrJc^and'Cs^i^. J>: service. -�-��-��i^V- Canadian ::N6rtbera .Royal Ii(a.LS: -teamers/., , .. . " ' Donaldson' Line to Glasgow. ' ' .\nchor l.ihe to Glasgow. Buy your tickets where you get -^ur train- 8. B. MITGHELL, C. P. R/Ticket A^^nt, Lethbridire, (Oop�r(0M. mi. Iiv Oe JHinM f MtM|c�nv.rbe ateured'for  ,tt;'friafidt,and ralativec in the Old :^'Offintiy. and *H arnhgemento 'itifda for their paauge to their  i|f(i����^iln-Canada, By applying!to' my �iitli�l1i�d agant. or " f%''Mf^^;AUAN; " ; �� .. OamrairNartKweat Agent, ; WIMDUBKG. MAN. .jvounSqi istaccordipglv begun (by the 'fragonsj '^IJrdualt. ^-Having collected , thf WoundeSi-ffie 'wagons are drivan, to the headquarters of the field am-Iwlance, which may be two, three, or four miles in_the-rear ; and here the patients are fed' on hot beef tea, soup, tea, milk, or other sustaining food. Their..wounds are also re-dressedif. nftoessaryirani 'operations of, nrgetjoj'. can "be rimdertaken. I In some cases it may happen, as at the battle of the Aisne, that the headquarters ol the-field ambulances are. so near to railhead that the wounded can be transferred straight to ambulance trains or to clearing hospitals in which they can aVfMt the atxival'-ot sueh'tttains.. But as a ru'e this, is not the case ; there is nearly always a gap of some miles separating the'fieitdquarteis of the field, am-' bulances and the nearest - a'vailable point reached by ambulance trains. It is this gap' which the motor ambulances are employed to bridge, and" most excellently they do it. ' Additional subscribers to the Motor Ambulance "are : 25 Cents-Mrs. George Taylor, airs. Farncs, Mrs. Davis .50 ; Mrs. Halli.-day, F. G,, Mrs. Stafford and household Ji;25 ; Miss %Emily McNeil, GromwsU, Ct., V. S., J5;00 ; ' Mrs.' Moodie .50 ; Mrs. Grisack, Mrs. Marv Kostellnk, Mrs. alike Vaselraiak .30 ; Mrs. Madelina Berton, Mrs. Moder-ack .15 I Mrs. Luciani, Mrs. Gerla, Mrs. Br^osi, Mrs. Baceda, Mrs. Andy Grisack, Mrs. Harvie, Mrs. Diinlop, J. W. MoKean $1.00 ; Mrs. McKean' $1.00 ; Mrs. Field .15; Mrs. S. Wal-lls, Mrs. Sturock, Mrs. S. Jones, sr.,' Mrs. Wilson .50 ; Mrs. S. E. Jones, .50; Mrs. S. Jones, jr., Lee Duck, Mrs. -Hackett, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Johnson Sl.OO ; A Friend, 'vMis. Donald, L. E. F., B. .E..H., Mrs. E. S. Frayne, Mrs. J, B, Gray, Mrs. Riches, .50 ; Mrs. G. Hall, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. 'Wishart, Mrs. Popham, Mrs. En-derton, Miss A. Payne, Mrs, - B. Lloyd, Mrs. G. W. Stevenson, Mrs. LawBon Mrs. Bowan, Mrs. W. H. Mc-Caflery,. A Friend, Mrs. W. J. Mul-lin, Mrs. P, Pisko, A Friend, T.-Main, Mrs. H. Punnell, Mrs. Fors-, man, Mrs. Jarvis,-Mrs, Ward, Mrs. Hamilton, Miss. A. Kerr Mrs. R. Watson, Mrs. L Humphrey, A Friend .10 ; Mrs. F. H. Diggory, Mrs. C. R. Mathews, -Mrs. L. R. Mott. Mrs. A. C. ?ryan, Mrs. T. R. Gurr, Mrs. J. Gurr, Mrs. Brooks, 10 ; Mrs. A. Wrig^tj Mrs, T. Roberts, Mrs. A. MltcheU, Mrs. A. Knpwlden, Mrs. W. Kttowlden, Mrs. W, J.. Marshal), Mrs. J. Ferko, Mrs,. e. Meredith, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. T. Parson, Mr. P. I J. Collins Jl.OO ; Mrs.^ Noel .20 ; 'Mrs. J. Knowlden, Mrs, J, R. Yciutg, Mr. Matchett,' Mrs. Doe, Mrs. Laver-' ick .30 ; Mrs. A.. Witham, Mrs. Vines ;.10; Mrs. R. B. Morden, Mrs. R. r: Stevenson; Mrs,vG.'HeiirheS'.$5.00 ; Mrs.'WashbroDk .50 ; Miss .Wash-brook .50 ; Mr. Lpnghurst $1.00; Mrs.- 'Jackson.- - - ' -' i LOALEC INllStW OFFICERS' Inst^iation of ofiicers. of Coaldale Chapter' O.E.S. was held on -TSte'w'' Year's'-.nlght The meeting was. at-tended'ljy most of the members and a few invited guests. The ceremonies were in charge of Mrs. Charity Norton, the "r'etiiing. W.-M., assisted by Fred Calor'eax-assjVIarshall. The officers Installed'-Weie^s'^.M.j Mrs. Jessie B. Pawson; W."?.* ;iJpni'y''Dana>--;A.-M., Mrs. C. S. Crest; &ecfetaiT.'''W,'H: Pawson, jr.; treasurer, S. Sidles; C, Mrs. J; J. l,effler; ,A.C;, Miss Halseth; M., F. Caloron;, phaplain, Mi's, p., S, Pawson; organist,.;, r^Mrp.., Norton; warder, ;D, FawrsentiiieljjB. S. -Pawson; Star Points, iJVIrs..Chas. G.{asey, Mrs. J. C. Bass and Mrs.'A. Haley. Refreshments were served, and tl^e remainder ot the-evening was pieftsant-ly spent with';ga'm6s, singing;'readings, etc. ' � r \1' V ,'' i -t' i Several cases'of grain-stealing" have recently been reported, about 200 bushels having been, taken from one bin and 100 from aUQther. The police are investigatirig, aad'-would be glad to hear from any one'havlr.g seen or heard anything suspicious. "There has heretofore been very little ot this kind of thing carried on in this district, and it is to be hoped that the guilty parties ."will be^ apprehended soon. Quite a number from here attended a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Crest on Monday evening, in honor of their wedding anniversary; Bob. sleighs were the conveyances and a good time was enjoyed by everyonfe.  W.S. Rodman left'last week to spend the 'winter in the south; ' Mrs. W .H. Pawson and daughter left on iSaturday morning for a" visit with home folks in Illinois...... Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Leffler entertained a few friends at dinner'-on' Wednesday last, in "honor of tlie- latter's cousin. Miss Alice Connlck of Nova Scotia. . � � ; ' Mr; J, Harty is now a visitor at the Haley home. 18 head of Th.or9Hshbfed Ranv boulHet Ramii iii gSod dohdltlOh for breeding parpoaes. . , C.Harvey Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep. RAVIVfOND, ALTA. TO RENT WANTED-Famislic^ :room by young man, dose In. Write,iBo.\ 20 Herald; Office. 21-T-I2 �TO RENT-Shop suitable for blac*^; smithing business, centrally located" with fair amount of tools. Rent $10, per month. Apply L. S. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd Ave. S. 20-C to rhnt-8 roomed house, 710 5th Ave. S., one block from new post office; gas throughout or coal fumacer .AJl modem, large rooms, warm. Will rent Jumlshed or unfurnished. Apply. i444'Herftld,or;|!tipne 329. 19-6 iREN^-^lS-^MOtfa'St. S., (small at rear), full cement basement; B'ater,- se^yer, light; $10.00. ' Partl7 .fvixnished if desirad.,-. .Gibson, Windsor ro RENT-Two roomed plastered"! jhack, furnished.^-with large clotheS' closet arid 'water, ''also large gard^ arid-hen houe^.-; Aipi^y 502 19th North. n-^ TO RENT-^In thSAVictorla Mansions, one furnished housekeeping flat with two rooms and private bath; rent $20 ipj^,m,onth, including light and hei^. ApplyJ'f../^'r7 PRfeSSlONAL CARDS MASSAGE , 8UPCRFLOU8 . HAIR. REMOVED- SHAiVIPOOIN^Mlaa K.M.'>Holme� graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho-poedlc Institute, Medical Massage and Oymittstlcs (Swedish)* Electrl-r^.al "S^lbratory arid Therapeutic bight Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1. Hull Blk; PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarleftv^s .Privata Hospital; � ai^d Materiilty I-lomo.' Special ratep; giv-en'ou -applKiatlonf. 1224 7th Avenue South.. Phone:.746 ..,^i;,^;NiiftsiNG;>.''* MISS L. F. McKEE-Graduate of Samaritan Hospital and Rotunda Hospital, Ireland. Medical, surgical and obsterlcal'nursing; 701 5th Avenue South. Phone .793. IS-0 STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-IVIIss H. Brown, 41B 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 td E'er by appointment; Tele-phoil'e '166C. Residence 720, 299-0 DR. W. ; 8. GA'liB'RAlTH-r-EhyplcIan, ..Surgeon, Aiobjiotier.riiours r2-3; .7-8 ip^hi. Offlfec 914''rh'lrii AVenue. - Phone 1253. DR. McNALLY-109 Sherlock Block. �Residence 1266 Sixth AVenuo. OfQce 'hours' llrr-12; 1-3; ' 7-8:30; Office Phone 319; Residenbe 1000. "  DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Eye, ,Nose .and Tliroat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; 'ovontfigs by ap-'  polntment. Phones; Office 841, Residence 593. J DENTAL ELECTRICIAN W. L. MqKENZI.E &. Co. Electrical Dealers,and Cpi^tr^ctors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenue South.___ .; CLEANER8 AhlD DYE RS THE VALET-324 6th'St. S.', opposite the Herald, are specialists in chemical cleaning antl dyeing. Prompt service on out of to'wn , business, call, write or phone for price-list. Phone 1812i ' 21-0 LOSy-FOUND LOST-At Wrlght'si store on .'Satur-day night last, black curly fur. Finder return tO; 732 12th' St. B N., and receive reward. _21-^^1 iLOST-A bay horse, weight aboul 1400 lbs., branded - lazy M and. 7G on right thigh, -wire cut scar on right hock. Old Range, Iron Springs. $10 reward for retijmlng to A. M. Ste�d, Stirling. " , - . , 21-6 DR. M. Ji GIBSON-Dentist; graduate ot Royal College of Dental Surgeons, ^ Toronto, and holder of a Dominion � Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block, Phone. 1071, DR. L, T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs, Courtice & Gilchrist)-^Grad- . uate University of Maryland. Roomis' 8 and 9, Macdonnld Block. PlJOno' 1165, LeOibridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. IVIARRS AND MAR RS-Dentists ' Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-' Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Ofllce, Hlg-inbotham Blodk. Phone.374.^ > DR. E. G. SIMMOf^DS-^Dentist, member of Royal College of" Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate fioyal College of PUyalc,ians (London.) L.D.S. l6oO,' Hours: 9-12;, 1-5.' 'Office; 6-^'Higln-botham Block. VIAVI ..-..-, '� LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY-.. (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 � Hull Block; - Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily, 10 to 4 Saturday or by appointment., . Miss B. S. Cook.' -252-:0 UNDERTAKING LOST^Pearl sunburst between Dnion Bank corner and Klng^3,-Hotel, f 13th St. N. today.(Wednesday) noon. Finder plbaseleave at Herald'offjce or at the office �bfehcpherd & Dunlop. 21-3 LOST-^Wiir. the party "whq took two oairs of skates frtnn the entrance to the Royal Bank Chambers, kindly. re-" turn same to''fhe .Hbyal Bank. 20^Qx STRAYED-A sorrel horse, weight, 1000 lbs, v/hltespot. in.-vforahead, no brand visible, coming 3 years old. Owner caH'UE^ySe:sanae. by pasjng expenses. Apply: B. R:' BenfrcTV, C.oal-dale. ,'�'^5 :.' 16-6 l-OST-f A, parcel.'.containing-;f pair .of pink.Vilk'.po'fres :and .a pair of pink silk stockings. Finw,.. in. 'Strathcona goujrt, .'-fully-; rnxi?4ern,-. Including gas raHgOi and' ifli.-icoiiy Apply C. B, Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk. 5-0 FOR KENT-For a good room wlth.ail modem conveniences, steam beat Ghower Baths, plunge, etc., apply Y, M, n. A. 24-0 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTEH-Good general servant, Ap-,Rly;413 I2th St, S, 20-2 WANTED-Competent general servant. Apply 603 Bth Ave. S. 20-6 WANTED-A capable maid to go to Grassy Lake. Wages $i5.00. Apply at the Nursing "Mission.  ' 19-0 WAjNTED-Men and women to learn itha"' barber trade; wages while learning; tools furnished; graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 60'i-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE COAL, C. O. D. NUT. per ton ............JS!.25,, LUMP, per ton ,.........$4.36 Delivered in two ton loads; full weight given, PHONE 1583 � PRAYING Of All K.inds . Western Transfer Co. \ Limitfid Office-C. p. R. Freight Sheds . i f Offlce s PHONES -! Office : iStabiee.; .1-183 462 1664, WANTED-To buy stocks of merchandise in any line or Job lots. "What have you got to sell? Give particulars price, etc., to Box 50 Herald. 19-6 SITUATIONS WANTED' WANTED-Baling -.(lontracts taken anywhere. Phone r-^iOS or P. o. Bo.\ 154 Lethbridge. . '�; 19--G MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WiAN'CBDr-Bock 'sheep,' 200,' to" 2500 ibands.f ,'|"Vi'Vlfe jit :onco stating ages, breeaing',antll ririinbers of . ewes, and wethers. " Delane5''s ' Limited, Leth-bridge. 'rj'V ' 21-0 FOR 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,, Co.alda%V^lta. . 18-6 T. S. FETTERLY-Jjcadlng Funeral Director and ']femil;iaimer; also agent for the Somervillie; Marble & Gia'ulte Works, ot Calgary, pffice'opposite Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th. Aye. S. Phone 1176. Open day. and -night.. ( , ;, ,p EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran-brook. Jj. C. Heaflmislress. Mla/i'V. M. eherrington. Boarding, school.'for girls nnd young boys. Bracing ' mountam climate. Poll High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping,:Special atteotl.oa., xgiveu to Drawing, Painting, ^etch-. ""iug from nature..-etc. Write'; for , ; prospectus.'. , � 257-0" . PIANOiT^trtTIpN PUPILS FOR PIANO-^Orlanda-:Kayi   1401 ^th Avenue North.'" PIANO TUNING G. H. CRiPPS, EXPERT TUNJ5.R- Playor-Piano . and Organ .Repairer; 20 years factory experience. .Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of thp city. Phone [116j. 1253 6th Ave. a; South.; J':'H .- \ FURRIER FURS REMODELi:EDT-Dressed and cleaned, � Work- guaranteed. .Blease'' let us have order as soon as" passible. David Scott, Bentley Company Store. , 222-0 AUCTIONEER FOR S-^aoE-r-^^oiia hand Williams piano; -wiil sell cheap for cash or easy terms;  Apply 'Bos:f;41 Herald office or I'hbnff; 1:402. i'Jiv; :. :12^0 FOR^'SALB - Registered ^:Berkshire Boars, all ages, good st&ck, prices right. W. h. Pawson, Jr., Coaldale, Alta; Phoxi,e R-207^' Lethbridge .Exchange'; '" " ' ' - . 10-6 pok. SXLE-rrMallea.ble, Iron ranges, .*1 down and ?1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. ' 280-0 EXCHANGE-20 acres 3 .miles' from city of Lethibridge, all under cultivation and free- water rite; reated for $12.50 per acre cash for two years; will exchange for stock of merchandise or halt section Tof good dry land. Apply to Klm/ball & Larseh Ltd. 18-0 FURNISHED ROOMS-Also Dressmaking. House modern, close In and cheap rental; also moderate prices for sewing. H. M. Knapp, Phbne 441, 634 6th St. S. 19-6 FOR -SAI^B , OR RENT-Modern six roomedi house; possession at once. Apply J. H. Tabor, 1234 5th Avenue South. U-0 FOR, SALE-Alfalfa.. $12,50;' timothy-alfalfa mixture, .?1?;" timothy |14. Buy direct from the growers through their pi38-Office. Farnj Pjoducts Limited, Phones 3t)5 and 1017; BOx 925 Lcth-brWfe. 251-0 JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY You can help-the Red'Cross society by becoming a member.. Thft. fee is small, only $2 per annum for active members and II per annum .for associate members. Sign the-form-below, put the money In an envelojaei, and mail it or take It to Hugh.Donnan, honorary secretary,-Sherlock Building or "W. R. Seatle, treasurer. Imperial Bank or John Torrance. �The-'Herald. ^ �  '> - . � � � ' �� �� '�� �.. - COUPON ' � �>:�� � Please enroll my name as actltve (gr associate) member of. the Lethbridge Red Cross Society; for whicfi'fanclose-my fee of $..,....f:i'.' \ Name:.....................i.. Address.,. ,., ''IIP BOARD AND ROOM ,r:Jn private, family in modem - house oontrally located, for ..two young ladies or marrted :;Couple. Apply Box- 57' Herald office. . - -.18r-0x SEED OATS FOR SALE-We have a limltefl amount of c^plce Banner seed oats. These oats have been very carefully cleaned and.graded. three, times. A germination test of 100% has been given,.-US/-.this,, year on these \ by the Gpyefnpient Seed Laboratory! Sam: pies and prices f,^^|-c^i8hed on applloa-tion. C. .S..NoW,e, Nobleford. 8-0 For Sale or Exch�ng* THE NURSING MISSION Provides visltirig nurses for mate^ nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseasei), and charges according to tbe ACCOUNTANT W. D. WING-AliBoclato of the Instl-stitute of Charterfid Accountants oS England and Wales, snd of the In-tuto of Chartered Aocountaiits ; in Albf-rta Apof^^^ld^^^intWTi^^ FOR" 'SAIvE 'OR'-TRADE-Obeap, one! Bdisot /Triumph phottbgraph, also ISO I records in first class condition; Apply Box 22 Herald"offloo'.X9-fl yv. A. HENDEI^SON 4 COYv Chartered Aocountanti Winnipeg Lethbridge : : jt Mcdlclnei Hal Accountancy In all its hranobes Audit. Secretarial. Ad- ' visory. Systomatl7,lnB, ' , and Trust Work,-lnve�-. tigatioas. Liquidations. � Kcadia Quiidinci, Lelfibrldge' Reside"nt .B. J. RITCH! E PATE RSON. Chartered Aoccontaiit (Scot) = ;