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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta �A�8tW0 T H E L E T R B RID 6 B D AIL Y R A L D THURSDAY. JANUARY 14, ------ David McNicoll YY ��i>t but obserTBUt, DkTld KeNieoU la otM. of tboM '*ia�a of Tlaioa' wboM miM win alwfm Im BaaodatcA ;Wlttii � tortniiM of tb� OP.IU Tba MMintoameBt tt( his T*tir*> .: nwat inn aethr* sMonUT* worit �M Mt �Itacath�r  rarprlM. H* kad r*Bd�nd krag snd algiMl Ma>lf, lie bad ardTaaeed troa OM dlsalty to siiath*?; lie lind can tte yataa crow from tlia IPfuvsiMal snln o� miatard sMd .xtnta it had fiorerad a eontliiant; h� had a lars* ahare la tha abap-Ing at, those hlsh pottoiea irhtoh gara character and preatlga to : ^e .Miapaay. and It wa9 only tUr that after . tortr rears baiif wwk ha should hare a hoUday. "There ts," vrltes one who knows bin St atrosiig iadNldoality In the matiner . Ifelfleon. He might eeem to hlnff yoo; hat aa the poaasranata �at la the middle shows . -tte Md Mia a* Ufe aad Tttalitr. so If rev eoold get- beneath the sorfaee ytn slwars found la Mr. MeNlooU - - ^ saaail ahain of hnmiuilties. He does set wear hta heart ei-lAs alesra. He metet otters the thooghtleaa word. He �T�r *lws aad dtagraaa aad details with a woBdertol masteir. He crasys thlacs. Mt villi eiihefMee biit wtth steadiness. "He has the Beotc^ serlo�saess; hvt also the Scotch hoiaoT^tT. pawkr. erofptag oat speataaaooslr ahd iteezpeetedtr. It scorched sonettmas, hot mooUr it ti ptavtvL,' Thonj^i of serlotu bearing and qolet dignltr. the good Btoir with a point in tt Is^ hla eager. He gave to his dntlea ondlTided attenttan, watklag laarir and late. From step to step he roee nntn he was assadatad trtOi tka systsa la its most iniltientlal period and poUclea, and throogh n aU Mr. MaWlsall raaathed the Incamatloa of slmpUdtr- Krea hla rtaacsc dava he gdve htmself to the cQltiratiea of sbnptteltr of Ufe aad haMt. spasch and manrnr One recalls htm in his shirt sleeves. In the eld eOcae eppoalta' Plaec CArmea Sqaare bus? and eager at the moment whes the eempaar waa eommen^dag Us career. It he eoald make a conp he wa�ld not aBnoaaee U ta anr atarUtaig wax; he lored to work on. nif �otioed br the poUle. If a moment of eoafidenee wWe gives in respect �( aay large poUer. there mait not he a word aatd aboat tt TroM Plaee lyAniias Sqiifere Mr.HcMiedU wsat down to Oie oM AlbeR BnUdtngs en VlcterU B^saro Sa passnger sgent. la the Windsor Street offices the apstem begaa to show Hte and strength; and Urger honors were awarded. The vlaida extaaded; a nabaleu systam took form aad eoherenep; an the Toang nM* wt theaaalvee with sast la the saddle and the C.P.R. want forwaid br leaps aad boaada.' Mr. McNicall has the eooleat of tamperameata. Hooaeerwsawhlm aacMad. lathe dehatea which took ptatee la the TartoM paasaacer saauelatiiwia.' whleh he atteadad aa repreeentiag the CJP.a., he spoke with a sort of grte Brtetaasa, but ha gained his point. The offleers of the CPJt. win rsoaU his kseansaa; the Board of Dtreeters his qniet s^ tentiraness to whiefc the pelatad remark gare mphsala; while the general pnbUe snn always tsanalitfi the grotcth end Innueuce of the, sratem with the aaaa oC D�T�t': DeEcktOs With the daTor and aroma of .the choicest hops andj.with the MendlnK of the hops ''with the best selected barley malt, you have In Alberta's Pride Beer  -one of the most enticing beTe^ ages that the skill ot man can /-prodnee. -- People drink it tor its apponV hig flavor, tor the refreshment tbat it affords, and {or the health that it giTes; tor Al-bsrta's Pride Beer is beneficial in a rariety of ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Lethbridge Bear Is a plasgins bererage, it is a good appetizer and it is tine for the dieeatlon. Try a casie of it at home. Ledibridge Brewing &Malting Co^ Ltd. PHONE 554 NOTICE To JOHN THODY formerly, ot Lethbridge, Alberta. TAKE XOTICB that a Writ ol Sununons has been issued out of the Supreme Court ot Alberta by Philip Brooksba^k against you, whereby the Plaintifl claims the sum of $34,057i.80. with intarest thereon at ibts rate ol 6 percent, per annum from the Isrt day of NoTeinbec, ISlii, due under a certain Mortgage dat� the 28th day til June^ 1912, made by Richard J. Lilllco, William B. Mttlord and yourself, Ml Lots 18& to 191 inclusive, and Lots 223 to 22^, inclusive. Plan '"Lethbridge 4368 K". � ANc FUBJTHER TARE NOTICE that if yoiry giving a grand ball. Invitations may be had from E. R Hooker, A. Arnold or T. H. Fleetwood. Members of A. O, F- and com pa&lons heed no invltatioit. 2S-r-2 TENDERS FOR ICE I Tenders for putting up and packlnr One Hundred Tons of Ice for Gal Hospital, will be rucelved up until 4 p.m. Monday the 18th Instant Full particulars will be tumUhed by the Lady Superintendent at the Hospital All tenders to be marked "Tendert for Ice," and delivered to the Secre tary at the Hospital. Lowest-or any tender not necBBsarlly accepteU.  A. B. STAPWJRD, 28-3, Ohsirman 'Hospltal|Board FOR SAlE IS head of Tliereughlirad jkim-beutllet Rama In good condition for breedlnii purpoaea. l^ice $lti.d|0 per head . Saaer write s;.;-'/-^ ''R.''C..;19JaiTey araeder-ef/anU'6eiiler In Shatp. RAYMO^rtAl'TA. DR�IJNG . Of All^nds West^Brn Transfer Co. Ininited Offlea-C. P. R. Freight Shcda PHONES Oftlee : : 1163 Otfiee : : 462 Stablea : 1664 Get YoMT Farm Home from t^e Canadian Pacific An Immense'area of the moat fertile land in Weatein Canada for sale at low prices and_;ie�sy terms, ranging from $11.00 to $3d!0O for farm jands with ample rainfall-Irrieated "lands ?rom $35.00. Terms-One-Twentieth '>^. halnnoe-HWlthin twenty yofrs. In Irrigation districts, loan for., fairm buildings, etc;; up. to $2,01X6.::;k186prepayable in twenty yean. Het^ Isyour opportunity to tabrease youi> Mrin holdihgai^y. getting adjoining iMdf or secure your friehda as neighbors; For literature and paniculars apply to A. f. CAMERON, Qan'l.6upt. of Landa Dept. of Natural Raaourcea C.P.R. CALGARY - - - ALBERTA And beep yom* hiniuse heated by using thd J. P. Patton Expanding Q&s Burner. ^ ; THIS BURMER IS GUARANTEED BY THE INVEiNTOR It is the only burner that stiper-Iteata its own gas. Those wishing to �ee tStie merits of this burner, can see demonstration at our shop,' where one is installed. WALKER AND HOLBERTON, . Rear CoaMale Block. this PA6e gobs to press at 12 o'clock nooin. classified aos must be delivered by this hour to ensure insertion same day AS ordered. ' I'll nnd you a maid who wflll eoma. well raeom>  inefWad,'who will fit Into �^^^W hBrn^held' and >rov� to JMi a tplandid iiarvant ipiisM. im.''bv Dp ruMit PtiUr.i i ts Words, 29 eenta an Inaertlon. 81s Insertions for ^he prree of Four. MU8TBE paid in advance ' to rent TO RENT-Front bedroom, private home, modem conveniences an(" phone. $5.00 per month. Sunday board it required. G17 12th St. S. 28-6 PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO RENT-Furnished Hat.ln the Vic-torla Mansions locaj'ed oh first floor, facing 3rd Ave., -can Ibe viewed on Jan. 18th. Contains large dining room, parlor, kltcKen ' with, 'gas' range, bedroom and prlvate^'bath; every--modem convenience and at moderate rental.' Apply at tho - Mansions Office from 9. to U br'lto 4. Phone 636. 27-0 Wanted-An'.eight roomed modem house centrally 'located; must be on or near car line.' Apply Box 37 Herald office. . ' 27-6 massage SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Mlaa K.M. Holmea graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho-ptedlc Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastlca (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Hierapeutlo Llgbt Treatments, Electrolysis "-and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1. Hull Blh. medical private hospital PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. vafl Haarlem's Private -Hospital , and Maternity Home.- ��Sfeolal rate* given on application. 'M24=7th Avenue South. Phone 746. ___nursing  ,' MISS l. f. MoKEE-Graanate of 8a maritan Hospital andHotunda Hospital, Ireland. Medi^t surgical ahd obsterical nursing. 701 6th Avenue South. Phone 793. . 0 stenography PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-Mlaa H. Brown, 415 oth St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to 5 or by appointment. Telephone 1666. Residence 720. 299-0 piano tuition PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay 1401 7th Avenue North. wholesale HAY, GRAIN & POTATOES-Whole- sale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa,' blue joint, mixed hhy, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a apeclalty. Storage for household goc�d^, otc, cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saunders, comer 2nd Ave. and 12th St. 3. P. O. Boy 1^7. :vPhone, 12|4. florist FflACHE BROS, FLORISTS-mole-sale and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants" and Hot House VegetableB. Phono 1003, Lethbridge. 281-0 spirella parlors CORSETIERE-Mra. H. H. Pipes, 414 5th Ave. S.. successor to Mrs. Lun-dy. Write for appointment. 15-0 art embroideries nEpDLEWOrI? SUPPLIED-SONS GIVEN-Apply piss �� Fllnipr, Phone 783. 14th Ave. S.  ' 240-0 CLEANERS AND DYERS THiE VALET-324 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists In cheta-ical cleaning and dyeing. Prompt servioe on out of town businesB. cafll. write or phone for price list. Phone 1812, 21-0 accountant W, D. WING-Associate of tbe Inst^ stltiiCe ot Chartered Accountouts ol, EnglpnH and Wales, and of the In-tute': of Chartered Accountants lo Aibf-irtR M-nfl^n Rids . T^PthhrM^ W. A. HENDERSON A COY, Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbrldfle : : : Medicine Hat Accouncascy In all Its braaebet Audit Secretarial, Advisory. Systematizing, and Truat Work, Inve* tlgati]�s. Llquldattona tkcadla Bulidlns. Lethbridge Resident R. J, RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Aeeeuntant (Sept.) DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accouoher. Hours . 2-3; 7^8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. McNALLY-109 Sherlock Block. Residence 12C6 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 11-12; -1-3; 7-8.30.' OfBce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. OfBpe' hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones; .Office 341, Re-sideace 693.\ .- � dental DR. M. J. GIB80N-:-Dentl8t,"graduate ot Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms' 5 and 6, Bryan. Block; Phone 107Y DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor ; to Drs. CouTtice & Gilchrist):-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. 170-0 DRS. MARR8 AND MARR8-Dentists Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. Q.. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College of "Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. ISOO; Hours: 9-13; 1-B.' OfBce; 8-8'Hlgln-botham Block. TO RENT-Two -bright front bedrooms, suitable for -light housekeeping or otherwise. In private modern house, on car lino. Apply Box 5 Herald office. - 26-6 to rent-Large comfortable 'ur-alahed room In large modem house, ocntrally located, to respectable young man or young woman." Apply Box 4 Herald.' '' � ' ' 24-0 WANTED-To rent .by young married couple, five or six roomed furnished modem >bungalow;. centrally located, for summer, or lonco'r. - Can-take possession .any time. >A/pply Box 17 Herr aid office, \ >'^oi7 jle8}j:!ibl3, proj pertles, both well improVedand ici the best location. Wo are withholding, the prices as bb.tlj.are, at a,sacrifice.' If ypii \TOuldJKuy a liomp and Save rent this' Is ybur " Oiiportunlty. N. B. Peat & Co., Agents, room 10,  Macdonald Block. 28-6 miscellaneous wants WANTED-Stock iiheep, 200 to 2500 ibnnds. Write at once stating ages, breeding and numbers of ewesand wethersu Delaney's Limited, ' Leth; briilge. , �'�.'21-^0; MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE - Attention .nerwlywods.. Mission style piano, stove and oak; library table In first claiss condition.. Just the things for a den. .Apply 717, l'2th St. A South. . - -, 20^6- FOR' iSALB -'-�Household furniture: roimd dining room extension table, kitchen table, carpets, dressers, collie, dog. Call any time, 320 15th Street North.- � - ^ .....' JiB-6 FOR-SALE-rOne i.trlo of Englisli Pit Game Bantles" tor $6; one trio of light Brahma Bantles fpr, $6; 6ne pen. ot Single Comb Brown Leghorns, 4 hens and a cockerel; one pen of R,: P, B. Leghorns, 4 hens and a cockerel. Write for prices. Sam Jones, 603 16th St. North, 27-6 IFOR ^lAiLB-jAjteiitlon hewlywedaV Household '"fui% tinfe;;' 'ronndi- fining room extension laible, kitchen table.-carpets, dressers, collie dog. Call, any time, 329 15th 'St. North;:-,: . ""'25-6 FOR SALES-Mission style piano, stove and oak library table In first class condition. Just the things for a den. Apply 717 12th St.. A ,S. 26-6 FOR Sale - Household furniture;' round dihthg room^ extension table, kitchen table, carpets, dressers, collie dog. Call ^ny time, 329 15th Street North. ' 25-6 FOR SALE-Three head horses, ages, two 6 years old and one 6 years. Ap-ply 21? 19th St. North.. 26-6 FOR SALE-For cash, 17 head: well bred young cows and h elf era and 8. head weaned calves. Apply M. Y. Crojcall, Raymond. ,26-8. fok SALE-A good horse, well brok-en to ride and drive, and quiet; good delivery horse. Apply Wilson Fuml-bure Co., 13th St. North. 2�-le & Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite ' Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. - Open day and night. educational KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Gran-�^.'�lirpok. fl. C. Headmistress, Miss V. , -f-M; Cherrington, Boarrting school tor '''girls (ind young bcye. Bracing mountain cllmste. Fall mgh School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping, Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketching from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. 267-0 TO -BENTT^Bungalow In Strathcona Court, fully.: mpderh, Including gas range and all conveniences. Apply C. B.Bowinan Agency,.Acadia Blk. 5-0 FOR RENT-For a-dood room with ail modern conveniences, st�am heat, tbowar baths, plunge; otc. apply Y, M. C. A. ^ ' 24-0 FOB SALE!-Malleable iron rangas, ii down and $1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-0 FOR SjU^E-^Alfalfa. $li.KO; timothy^ alfalfa mixture, $13; timothy $14. Buy direct from the growers tiirongh their sies office. Farm Products Limited. Phones 866 and" 1017. "Box 925 -Lpth-bridye. ' ' $51-0. SEED OATS POR^SaLB-.^e have a limited amount of choice Banner seed. oats. These oats have been very carefully cleaned and graded three times. A germination teetot 100% has been given us this year on these by tha Government Seed Laboratory. >.Samples and prices furnished on application. C. S. Noble, Nobleford. 8-0 For Sale or Exehang* FURNISHED -BOOMS-Comfortable, neat and clean furnished rooms, right down town overlooking Gait Gardens. Steam heat, plenty, of hot water at all times. Rates $8.00 per month ahd up. 50c per day and up. These rooms under new management. Apply to Mrs. Inga Hansen, Southard Blk. 27-6 BOOM AND BOARD-Private family offer room and boarfl for business wo-mai^:,io: fully modern house. Good nelgiboHiOod, centrally located, near post office and (Antral school. Apply Box-is'Herald. 27-B situations vacant WANTED-Young man who wants r plai^ for'wlnter doing chores, couple cows to," milk. Apply 534 12th St. S afterc-6.3.0^ tonight and tomorrow only. 28-J FOR EXCHANGE-6 room modem house to trade for quarter sectibn of land. One ot best residences In town to trade for farm land, M. P. Johnston & Co.. Alberta Block. Post Office Box 264. � M-'-e TO EXCHANGE-TWb. comer lota .in Parkview and two InParkdale, for vacant lots In Calgary'or as first pay-merit on reeldehtlal'proiidrty.'Address B. "0; Bi,' 613 20th Ave.- West,, Calgary. ' ' ' �'� 2S-S TO TRADE-We have an agreement of sale on good farm to trade .tor a fully modem house in Lethbridge. Apply G. B. Bowman Agency. 20-6 FOir~SA33^0R'~TRADE-Will trade tour Calgary lots within city limits for' horses or cattle. H. Crotzer, Rockyford, ,Alta. 19-13 piano tuning G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER-  Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; '20'years factory, experience. Honours Certificate mt. Assn., London, England. Rieference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. furrier FURS REMODELLED-Dressed and cleaned. Work-guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as pas- , sible. David Scott, Bentley Company Store. . 222-0 auctioneer W, L. WiLSON-Provincial and City Licensed Aiictioneer^ Sales of all kinds conducted on reasoutuble terms. I