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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, .1915 k-hls Pag-e is the "BUSINESS CENTRE" OF SQITTHlJRN ALBERTi^ fdf Feople wH 'Wmt" WAR MAKES SCRAP HEAP OF AUTOS These motors were either captured by the French or discarded by the Germans, and being too uaui> anattered tor further use by the Allies, were thrown in a scrap heap by the road. PREMIER ROBLIN'S SECRETARY IS DEAD "Former Journalitt of London and Winnipeg Called to His Reward � Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 7.-W. H. Groves, confidential secretary to Sir Rodmond Koblin, died last night, at his residence, aged 60. Mr. Groves �was a well-known newspaper man. I For many years bei held positions .�with leading Brltlsih journals in Fleet ; street, London, England, and in the .British House of Commons, had often ! reported the speeches of many noted 'Statesmen. On coming to this city in i 1900, he joined the Telegram staff, ; and was looked upon as one of Its ablest members. He 'had occupied his ' position, with Premier. Roblin several years. 4 'Mr. Groves leaves a -wife and five children. Th� funeral arrangements Will be made today. PECULIAR OPERATION �To Remove Toothbru�h From, tlie Stomach of a Man Providence, R.I., Jan. 6.-James f. Skfefflngton of the Providence School ' committee, was brushing his teeth this morning when iis grip on the handle ^ i of the bnish slipped. The brush went down his throat so far he could not J reach it Involuntarily ihe swallowed sit'; .ou can breathe freely. No more dullneos, headache; no hawking, snuffling,, mucous discharges or dryness; no struggling tor breath at night. Tell your ditegglst you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a ! little of this fraerant, antiseptic cream in your nostrila, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal the swollen, inflamed I mucous membrane, and relief comes instantly. It is just what every cold and catarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed up and miserable. For sale by J. D. Higlnbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists.-Advt. I i , London, Ont, voted to return to the ard system. i)oii*t Wear A Truss! jMttr Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Woman or Children That Cures ,1 Rupture, I Send It On Trial M you have tried most everything jKlse, come to me. Where others fail i� where I have my greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I yiil send you free my ilhistrated book Marsuerite Snow u Zndsra is Tbanboiun't CrMlut Pbolopitr* At the Empress every Monday and Tuesday, commencing January 18 and 19, for twenty w�eks. CITY AND DISTRICT PINCHER Local Cadet Officers Gazetted The' following appointments have been officially gazetted in connection with Liethbridge Schools Cadet Battalion No. 301: Company leaders-C.________________________,___ E. Price, P. N. Morris, P. P. Matson, I had made eonsidei-ablo headway', the M. R. Geoghegan, J. C. Furman and . family all being absent. The parlor T. S. Lpgan, for A, B, C, D, E and F , furniture was considerably damaged companies resjjectively. HaSf-com- j from fire and water ,but the blaze was CREEK RESIDENCE BURNS Pincher Crfiek, Alta., Jan. 5.-About .30 on Tuesday afternoon, the fire-bell, assisted by the whisfle of Hote's blacksmith shop, created a stir In town. Fire had been discovered at the home of Mrs. Geo. Marcellus. and Mrs. Hellars headed the poll in the election for the Port Arthur Board of Education. J. H. MoNally has left Claresholm for Olds, where he will be one of the instructors in the Agricultural school. SteBRisltlp 1\M Office SAFETY SPEED ;(..8PU�ND0R Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steanieri Allan Une Royal Mall Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York anw Canad .an .service. Cunard Line. New York and Canar). :in service. Canadian Northern Royal Mali -;teamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Buy your tickets where you get :^ur train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, I'M find a tenoflrtpher for you-^ne */h� is capable, eonsoientiouB and accurate. A young woman whom you'll be glad to add to your office staff. ICopytightfjmLJm D� 9�MtPort0t4^ :ti .� ura�, icents ap,,tn�irrion. aix inssrtions\fof the.Vp||^'ce^of Pour. MUST "iJE PAip;'tN> ADVANCE WANTED-Furnished room by young man, close-in. Wxlte Box 20 Herald Office. ' 21-2 TO RE3NT-Shop suitable tor black-smithing business, centrally located' with fair amount of tools. Rent ?10 per month. Apply L. S. Ripley & Co.. 714 3rd Ave. B. 20-G TO REJNT-8 roomed house, 710 5th Ave. S., one block from new post office; gas throughout or coal furnace-All modern, large rooms, warm. Will rent furnished or unfurnished. Apply Box 44 Herald or Phone 3S9. 19-6 rO R�NT-718 A 10th St. S., (small louse at rear), full cenient basement, ivater, sewer, light; $10,00. Partly furnished if desired. Gibson,. Windsor Hotel. 17-6 rO RENT-Two - roomed , plastered shack, furnished 'with large clothes closet and water, also large garden and hen house. Ajiply 502 19th St/. North. � �  .17-6 TO RENT--In the Victoria,Mansions, one, furnished housekeeping flat with two rooms and private bath; rent J20 per month, including light and heat. Apply to the Mansions office, Third Ave. S. Phone 636. it-Mf TO RENT-New double store 25x29, with housekeeping flat abovis, on car Une, comfortable and  fully modern; will rent together or separate very reasonable. Ap^ly Phone lllG. 15-0 TO RBNT^309 13th St., -8 rooms, fully modem, stable and garage. ^25 per month.. 422 12th St., 6 rooms and bath, with stajble, fS^OO per montb. 643 8th St. S., 7 rooms fully modem, \?25.00 per month. 12^48 5th Ave., six /rooms fully modern, furnished, $30.00 � per month. N. B. Peat & Co., Macdon-aid Block, Agents. 11-0 MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS; HAIR REMQVED- SHAMPOOING^MIso K.M/ Holmes graduate of th^ PenHsylvaiia Qi'tKo-paadio Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments,'}31ectroly.iis hn'd Sham-pcioihg' Treatments given 'by ap-polbtmeiit dnVy. Adorn 1. HullBlk. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. ,,Speeia} rate's given on application. ' 1224 7th Avenuo South. PhoAe 746. _ MISS L. F. MoKEE-rrGraduate of Samaritan Hospital and Rotunda Hospital, Ireland. .Modloal. surgical and obsterical-nursing. 701 uth Avenue Sbuth. Phone 763. 12-0 STEK0G8APHY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-Miss H. Brown, 41!; 5th St: S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to '5 or by appointment. Telephone 1B6C. Residence 720. 299-0 ELECTRICIAN w. L. Mckenzie * co. BiectncaJ Dt^alers and Cohtracto'v-s. Phone 637. TOG Third Avenue South. CLEANERS AND DYERS THE VALET-324 6th St. S., opposite the Homld, are specialists In cliem-Icsil cleaning and dyeing. -Prompt seri?ice. on out of town business. � cill, write''Tor phone for price list. Phone ite. � " - �21-^0 LOST^FOUND LOST-WeJglit, for. tleing horse. Finder will be Towai-ded by roitumlng same to Tetrtl-Floral'Co.. _ . 22-1 LOSy-^A' bsCy horse, -n-Bight about 1400 ,ibB., branded-^ jazy M.and 7G on ri^ht thigh, wire'cut scar oh right lioclcl Old Range, Iron-Springs. $10 reward for returning to A. M. Steed, Stirling. 21-G LOST-Pearl sunburst' between Union Bank-cornel;-and..JCing's Hotel, 13th St'N. today;' (-W,ed.n^sday),noon. Finder'pleasfeleaVe 'feti Herald oftice or at the office ot Shepherd & Dunlop. 21-3 L.OST-Will the^fa-rty who took two oairs of skates'froin.the entrance to the Royal Bank Chambers, kindly return same to the Royal Bank. 20-Ox LOST-^A parcel containing a pair of pink silk,gloves and a pair of pink silk' stockings. ' Finder will kindly return to the HeMld Offlce; � � 12-Ox SITUATI0]SfS WANTED WANTED-^Ballng -contracts taken anywiiere., .Pboae R>403 .or P. O. Box 154 Lethbridge.,., . , 19-G ' PROPERTY FOR SALE pany leaders are: C. C. Hansch, L. Fairhurst, A. Walton, W. C. Laing B. .T. Smyth, W. H. Ford, W. H. J. Patterson and J. E. Baxter. Ylctions. Fines to the extent of ?34,-000 were inflicted and, in addition to the fines, there were prison terms ag-gregatlng 77 months. These returns have nothing to do with the liquoi cases, such as drunks, etc., whic); come directly under the municipal by laws of the various cities and towns but have only to do with bootlegging, interdiction cases, etc. Mr. Forstei also announces that John D. Nichol son, 'who has been in charge of the Liquor branch detective force for the past three years, and who has been a viery efficient and energetic officer, on January 1 was transferred to criminal . . , , detective work, and Is succeeded in 1 send on trial to prove what I say^ tj,g Liquor License branch by Clark is true. You are the Judge and oace t� iWnrriK h-Small � coal burning cook stove'i^iid'^ft., mattress; must be in good condition and''cheap. This ad will not, appear again. Phone ,1383 days, 1237 .eifenlhgs. ' 22-1 WANTED-Stock sheep, 200 to 2500 [bands. Write at ',pnce. stating ages, breeding -and niimbers of ewes and wethers. � peianey's i .Limited, Jjeth-bridge. , .21-0 MEtolCAL DR. W. S. GALBRyMTH-Physician, ' Surgeon, AccoUoh6r;*_ jlloui'is 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914'Third. Avenue; Phone 1253. ^ � DR, MoNAULY-100 Sherlock Block, Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 11-12; 1--3; *7-g.SO;- Office Phone 319; Residence i090: " ' DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nope.iand Throat; Domihiou Building. OOlca, hours 10-12; 2-5; evpnlngs appointment. Phones;'.Office 341, Re; sidence 593] ' DENTAL FOR SiVLB--White Orpington and R. C. Rltode Island Red cockerels.. These are pure breed; .Eggs at reasonable prices, any tinie ot.yefir. Write' Will Meyers, 'CQ^ldale, Alta. 18^-6 PGR SALE-^Secona- hand Williams piano; will sell cheap for cash or easy terms. Apply Box"41 Herald office or Phone -1403. - - . . 12_o FOR SALE-Malleable iron ranges, SI doy/h 'and ?1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue-S.i   280-0 WANTED-Men and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learning; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue tree. Moler Barber College, 6_04-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-0 BOARD AND ROOM In private family In modern house centrally located, for ' two young ladles or married couple. Apply Box 57 Hera:id office. .18-Ox. JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY �you can help the Red Cross society by becoming a member. The ', tee Is small, only $2 per anniyn for active members and $1 per annum for , associate members. Sign the form below, put the money in an envelope, and mail it or take It tn Hugh Donnan, honorary secretary, Sherlock Building or W. R. Senile, treasurer. Imperial Bank or John Torrance, The Herald. COUPON Please enroll my name as actltve (or associate) member ot the Lethbridge Red Cross Society, tor which I enclose my fee of $.......... Name ..................................... Address...... ............... 371'^i'axTPB"-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" BXCHANGB^20 ,p.cres 3 miles from city ot Lethlbridge, all under cultivation and free water rite; rented for $12.50 per acre casli for.two years; will exchange for stock of merchandise or half section of good dry land. Apply to Klmiball & Larsen Ltd. 18-0 FOR SALE OR RENT-.Modern six-roomed house; possession at once. Apply J. H. Tabor, 12.34 5th Avenuo South. - 11-0 F-OR 9.A.LE-Alfalfa, $J2.50; timothy^ alfalfa mixture, $13; timothy $14. Buy direct from the growVirs through their frfes office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 3G5 and 1017. Box 92.') Lnlh-liritJle., , i 2.'il-0 SEED OATS .F,QR SALE-We hive a limited; amount of choice Banner seed oats. "Eheseoats have been very carefully cleaned and graded three times. A germination test of 100% ha.=i been given us this year on these by th-e Government Seed  Laboratory. Samples .and. prices jSumished on application,. ;C.;S.. Noble, ilfobleford. 8-0 FURNISHED ROOMS-Al.-.o Dres?-making. House modern, close in and cheap rental; also moderate prices for sewing. H. M. Knapp, Phone 441. 534.6th St. S. . 19-e GOAL, e; 0. D. NUT, per ton.............$?,25 LUh^.P, per ton ,..........$4.36 Delivered in two, ton loads, ,full wolgjit given, PHON^ 1583^ AT Kor Sale w iSxichange TO. Tji^bE^We.have. an agi'eetnerit of sal4. on gao4 facm to. trade for 4 fully mpd.ern-bpuHe-In Lethbridge. .Apply C, B. Bowman I Agency.   ' 20-6 FOW'SALB^OR "TRADE^Wiirtrade four Calgary lots Within city limits tor horses or ca'ttle. H. Crot/.er, Rocky ford, Alta. � ' 19-12 POK'SAliig^'R. TKABE-Holt Catof-plllar'-'Tnictloh Engine' and John Dijere Engine Gang'tourtfeen inch ten bottom plows, quick detacliabl� shears all In best of condition. Also. 3r>-56 Red River Sp(^clal -Separator iisod I)ut one season and in first class oamii-tion: Will trade each or all for horses or cattle or properly that is saleable. H. Crotzer, Ropkyford,- Alberta. , 19-T712 FOR SALE OR TRADE -Cireap,'' qnh Bdison Triumph phonograph,; also 130 records in first claBff'condition. Apply BaiL�� Herald' office. ., :. ig-o DR; M,-J. QIBSQNi^i-Dentlst, graduate of Royal Collegp of Dental Surgfe'bns, Toroat6, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certiflcato. Officer Rpoma  5 and 6, Brj'art i31ock. Phone 1071. � DR, .U. T. ALLEN-Dentist {sucdefesbr to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)~Gra.. .Aoadla Bulldino, Lethbrldfli- -. Resident i R. J.' . RITCHIE PATERSON; ' Chartered � Accountant:;.-