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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MILITARY HORSES WANTED RIDING . Age, 5 to 9 years. Wel^fit, 1(1(00 to il50 tiouiids. Height, 15 to 15-3 hands. ARTILLERY HORSES Age, 5 to 9 years. Weight, 1100 to 1300 pontids; Height, 15 to ISf^i^^hands. COLOURS-BaTB, Broirns, Blacks. Chestnuts, Blue Roans, Red Ro�n�/ No Light Greys or Whitesi REQUIREMENTS-All horses must :-Tie in good condition, sound; of good information, free-iroia .Memishes or vice, and l)n>ken to hanien or saddle, -i V ' ' ' - i,. 1 , -HORSES WILL BE INSPECTEd AT: COWtEY-Monday, 1st February. PINCHER CREEK-Tuesday and Wednesday, 2nd and 3rd of Tebruary. , ' MACLEOO-Thursday. 4th Pebrusry.. . LETHBRIDGE-Frlday, Sth February, 1916.- L.S.MANZER, Purehaaing Officer .for Canadian Government. BRyAN THE s-.BOTTtE.BREAKER BdittJt; 'HerrtWlwKHwiaivlast kilKht After' a stlrrlng^aaeMlng. oL woVkerSi at which the ^vrohlbitl^a^i'campaign was vleorouslr'slMncfiSaf toy fWend, Kev. A. c. Brr�B;;'aiia>.'^!were ^.walking along, talklng.;4;Ul(iill(ai(' t>i.'the hour. Suddenly we :were.^adai'esBed>b)^ ^4)e directed aright I am'>ped�11yivftter?Bted in the people from .^on-SBjtllttt'^apeakini countries, who'^haye Xottadnheilf Way to tJiis great W�8t;'.�6,-fe��kea, him a few quesUoni; ahd.laWittvlound that he was from northeRi> Eiirope.. �wj"^ Tarina Cast*. Au^(|ne�r^s Otfj'ei|^tJ'?iaffdrrf Block. told him that w� vwere fiahers-fishers for souls. �''YieA.'Jstie said, "for Heaven," Oettin'it Closer to him, we soon found that h*,. like too many others bad been gbing astray In the new country. By''this time we were near St Andrew's,-church,.and, Se St; Andrew wag nothing it, not a fisher, what better could'weido than adjourn there and endeavor to bring matters to a happy Issue. There we three men knelt and implored :the Divine hmp for another wanderer, whose heart in this simple way. lifad been touched. With lowly penitence, ho sought the Shepherd of souls. When we arose, he turned to my friend, pUll-{ed aside his coat, and said, "Take away that bottle." We then discover ed tiDat all this time the man had been carrying a bottle, of some kind ot devil's brew in his hip pocket, in a short time we were all outside the building, and theni Bjrolher Bryan lifted the bottle in his right bat-tle was still unbroken,: A second throw, and still no success. ^ tihlrd and more energetic effort and smash went the bottle. A dramatic and altogether satisfactory sequel to the proceedings of the evening! To all' eternity, I shall think Af my friend as Bryan the bottle-breaker! "More power to flig elbow,*' say I, in Old Country parlance/ and may he have the joy of smashing hundreds more on Alberta's prairie land. And may the' sound cf crashing glass and spnilng booze be heard in the vicinity of all the church buildings of this fair city and this fair province! Amen, and ' amen; It will .be a great'day when the foreign powers that threaten liberty and true democracy are over-' come, and it wilt be a truly Divine climax when the enemy within our gates is utterly overthrown. Let us pray for an army of bottle-breakers! I am. Yours sincerely, DAVID ROSS. Calflary, Jan. ife,-David S.' McCut-,iV''~f.''' cheony Clarence .M. >IV|cCHtqheon .and t^betv.;Jariv'16:-r^^ Sjirongly'Vc-tdod paiiy was anxious' now to await de-' 'M*!"' M- fAcQiitahtoti, who compose resplutlonrilrglDg ;th'e C.f.R.. n^tuial volopments in connection with the the well-known real'estate firm of Mc-resources ;;>dopittm'& to; vcpmpletis proposed Old Man river itriBationcutcheoh Bros.; together with M. A. 2^ pwiiect' in proposition. Tlio.Tnber people do not Cook, their agent, were arrested by tf6'lTabe^;di$|Tte;;as .^pR^ see what connection this has with the Calgary police at 5 o'clock yester- sible,, ^fld embodying in it the state- the completion ol the Tabcr system day afternoon-and'locked up In the ment that many:,'of tho farmers were .from, Chin, as the Old Man project cells. A fourth brother, Gordon Mc rihyltfg.eJopenSfeCArH.- Bdrtlett; sduth,; di Hen'dei'son Park., /'r�^i^O-f", STRAYED-From, the vicinity of 12tir St, and 6tU Ave.,, white toy Pomeranian female dog; answers name.Flulfy. Nptify Slmons^^Decorating ,Co. for re-' ward. Hull alook.,_' ' aO-0 LOST--Thursday,, e,vpning froin 130� 7th Ave. S.uone brown horsq.,4Weisnt aboiif-iaiJO'pbundB, vjiOi halterj, also one bay n>4re, weight about 960 lbs., with brown leatlicr halter. Finder please notify, ftbove address.' Dairy,,Phone 1066.  ' ' Colt's 29-^ LOST-A parcel containing a pair of pink silk gloves'and a- pair of pink silk BtooUngs. , Finder will kindly return to the Herald Offloe. -\ 12-Ox MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-stock sheep. 200 to' 2500 bands. Write at once stating ages, breeding witl numbers of ew:es and wethers. Delaney's Limited. Loth- bridge. 21-0 ing'of thi igricSUilal society direC- system. |of Po''�� 'Vh�""-^.'l']]^'),r"?hl ,rrlst tois on Monday morning. A copy of Tho farmers who would benefit by tV'T^ iZl^JZl) the refoluticii has been forward- the irrigation here have oHeicd to do of the McCutcheons on the charge of. � of the interior at ,work upon the ditches and have.their ?,�"=PL':''L>1,';? '^i;^"?;,!"!!!! , pany to has'ten the irrigation system people see no obstacle lii the wayot that ed to the minister of the intenor at work upon the ditches and have their "rlZ^^^^^^^ Ottawa, with a request that he use pav for this charged up .against .their tT�c7J his Inllucnce with the railway com- liability to the company. The Tabcr Calgary; to seize all the along. This resolution is the result of an Indignation ipeeting of the united farmers ot the Barnwell district held last week, at whioh tlic opinion wa.s voiced that the C;P.R. had not kept faiith with the farmers in the matter of the irrigation.; J. W. Anderson, representing those' farmers, met with the agricultural directors on Monday, with the result that the above resolution was passed. The directors are also of the' opinion that the O. P;'R. has not ijept taith with them, that they have merely been stalling nlpng on the proposition. Tliis opinion was strengthened when Secretary Sundal received a letter from iVIr, Naismith of the railway company, stating that the com-- completictn of tho irrigation to 'I'^ber. Bad Blood- is the direct and inevitable result of irregular or constipated bowels and dogged-up kidneys and skin. The-undigested food and other waste matter which is allowed to accmnul-ate poisons thft blt>od and the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root rills act directly on the bowels, ' regulating them-on tlie kidneys, giving them ease and strength to properly filter the blpod--and on the skin, opening up the pores. For pure blood and good health take Dr. Morse's tc Indian R.oAt 1>^1J-� books and papers of the firm. TO RENT TO RBNT-^Two furnished rooms with stove for light housekeeping, closo to postolllce. Apply 515 7th St. 30-1 WANTED--Any quantity up to five hundred foot of inch or inchyand a quarter second hand' pipe. Give low-eat cash price. Address, Box 44 Herald olltice, 20-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE GOOD INVESTMENT-No. 530 7th St S., fully modern cottage on lots aO-21. block 55; Price $2500. Terms ?500 cash, assume loan of $2000 paid monthly; balance arranged to suit. N B. Peat & Co., Agents, 10 Macdon-aid Block. -_i?~5 WANTED--To rcju a modern house six rooms or mqre, dose In, must hr fenced. State location and rental Apply Box 41,'rierald office. 29-f TO RENT-T-Front -iiearoom, private home, 'modern (ienvenlences;:- nnr' phono. $5,00 per month;' Sunday board if required.. 017 12th St. S. 28-6 FOR SALE-Cheap if taken soon; a Duroc Boar Tislng two years;/ eligible to reBistrJ^ T. W. Mayherry. Warner. Alta, . ' , 30-6 FOR~SALE-lBottem Chair*.  OM**era;' -�i>^^�f'�thW aft'teiia too' ?: nd -vi.Tarma Ca*h. \'- ' ' J, A. SMITH . " ' A'uetron**r, YOUR nmiUiig, Heating or fittlny systems rjieed repairing or atttihtioiiof''any kind, send for us,^ .{VV^e can put them in 'first .class worlung order. Jiie Standard Piomlng Co. . Offlco KNAPMAN -Phone*: �1028.^After 6 p.m. Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Faciflc An immensc area of the most fertile land in Western Canada' for sale .\t low prices and easy terms, ranging rom $11.00 to $30.0\):.'for farm lands vith ample rainfaJl:-irrigated -lands -om 135.00. Terms-One-Twentieth ,_ ^,i,,p,p ,rjtjjj^ twenty years. In irrigation district*, loan ior farm buildings, etc., up to $2,000. also re-paya1>le in twenty year*.. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm holdings toy getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as nplghlbors. For literature and particu'larsrapply to A. F. CAMERON; Qen'l Supt. of Lands 'Deat. of Natural Rseource* C.P.R. CALGARY - - -V ALBERTA 8UPERFL0US HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M, Holme* graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics * (Swedish). Blectrl-A. B.-8JPAFF0RD, '|8^3. ; Cbalt^aaa-hospital Board THis pXoe*,cioies.Tb>Re8s at-12 ..VO'CUOCK NOON, clabsified ^-"^AOftiMiJSTBE OetlVCRJED 0V - 'TMir:>|OyR TO. gNSURE. IN- NOTICE . IN .THE- MATTER OF THE 'tABER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED. , In .Liquidation. NOTICE-IS hereby given that there Is in the store of,Tlio; Tslher Hardware - Company, � Limited, �: hardware stock in good condition amounting to &fi,692^.20, and ' fixtures .amounting to $987.00. and the Liquidator will until Saturday the 23rd January, 1915. receive tenders from any and all parties wishing to purchase the same,' each party tendering will state the amount on tho dollar that he is willing to pay for the said stock. Terms will be given to responsible parties for the pur;!haBe price. /. marked cheque for f.50.00 shall accompany each tender, and tenders will be received up until 11 o'clock in the forenoon on Saturday the 23rd Jan uary, 1915. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. THE IMPERIAL OANADTAN TRUST COMPANY. Liquidator G. A. Trainor, Solicitor for the Liquidator, � Ad. No, L, C0R8ET1ERE-Mrs. H.H. Pipes, 414 5th Ave. S.. Mrs. Lun-dy. Write for appointment. 15-0 THE MASTER KEY TONIGHT : ,; BJAItLAND FRACHE BROS, FLORISTS-Whole-s^le and Retail. Designs, Bouquets, Out Flowers. Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables!, Phone 1003, 8 and 9, Maodonald Block. Phone . 1165, Lethbridge, Alta, ' 170-0 DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-Dentistf Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc^ . Glure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig-inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIIViMONDS-Dentist, mem-ber of Royal College of Surgeons, . (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of , Physicians (London.) , L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-.5. Office: C-8 Higin-botham Block. Steam heat, plenty _ times. Hates.$8.00 per month and up, 50c per day aiid up. These rooms under new management. Apply to Mrs: Inga Hansen, Southard.Blk. 27-6 ROOm and BOARD-Private family offer room and hoard forhusiness woman In fully modern house. Good neighborhobd, centrally located, near post office and Central school. A"&ply Box 6 Herald.. .; VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- (The Herbal System of Treatment � for Nervousness," etc.) Number 16 Hull Block, Hours 4 to 6 p,m,. daily, 10 to 4 Saturday or by appointment. Miss B. S. Cook.  252-0 UNDERTAKING Lethbridge. 281-0 SPIRELL A PARLORS ART EMBROIDERIES NEFDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES. SONS GIVEN-Apply Miss Fi mcr. Phone 783, 14th Ave, S, 240-0 CLEANEI^S AND DYERS THE VALET-324 etlvSt, S., opposite the Herald, are snecialists in chemical cleaning fl�d dyeing. Prompt service oh out Of town business, dall write or phone for price USt Phone 1812. ' - ^^--^ T. S. FETTERLY-leading Funeral 'Director and- Bm'balmer; also agent for the Somerviile Marble & Granite Works, ot Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phono .561.' Resl dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and "night. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran ''brook, a. C, Headmistress, Miss V, M, Cherrington, Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain eiimate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping, 'Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch ing from nature, etc. Write for I prospectus. 257-0 FOR SAL3S-�0ne trio of English Pit Game Mantles' for $6i one trio of light Brsima Banties-for $8; one pen of Single Comb Brown Leghorns, 4. hens and a'cockerel; brie pen of R. C, B. Leghorns, 4 hens and a cockerel. Wi-ite tor prices. Sam Jones, 503 16th St. North. : 27-6 FOR SALE-Attention newlyweds f Household furniture; round dining room extension talble, kitchen table, carpets, dressers; collie dog. 'Call any time,-.329 15th St. North. : . 35-G VOK SALE-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 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTEDr-Manager required, either sex, accustomed to make big money for Lethbridge , and every city and town in Alberta to control sale of new money, making clothes washing crystal, backga by $1000 guarantee to positively aboli&h rubbing, washboards, .washing machines.. Makes washing easy instead of hard work. Every woman wants it. Manager appoints own agents,; owns his huslness. Big profits assured ana exclusive territory given. Capable men or women are making .?60-$100 per week. Answer'today. Western Utilities Co., 208 Donalda Block, Winnipeg, Man. No. 65 FOR SALE - Household fui-nlture*, round tdining room extension table, kitchen table, carpets, dressers, collie dog Call any time; 829 "ISth- Street North. - . . . y A 25-6 TOR SALE-Three head horses, ages., two 6 years old and,one 5 years. Apply 219 19th St. North. . ; .26-6 FOR SALE-For cash, 17.head WOll bred, young cows and heifers.;andi,8 head weaned- calves. .Apply. A/. Y. Croxall, Raymond; � - ; , 2(;--C WANTED-Men and women to learn the barber trade; wages-while learning- tools furnished, graduates make big money. 'Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 004-A Geutre -Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-^0 SITUATIONS WANTED PIANO TUNING ACCOUNTANT ,V O. WING-AsBOolate of the Instl-isUtiife of Char'er-a Aci'ouniJints ot r-ni'land snd Wales, and, of ,the In-of Chartered Accomtants^ In tute A HPyn'^RSOM & COY Chartered Acoountantt Winnipeg Lethbridge : : ; Medicine Hat Accountancy In alMts, branisha* Audit Secretarial; A'd-' , visory, Systcmatliing, - and Trust Work,- Inveij. ' ttgatio'.is, LlquidatlosB. : Aeadta Building, Lethbrldo* v . . .R�*l(l*nt-, R. .J. -RITCHIE, PATERSON,^ ,'; Chjirtarert, Account9�,t.,j(Scof.>r;;:i;^ G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- jPiayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; '20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn.; London. ; England. Reference to the leading 'musicians of the city. Phone 1168i '. 1253 6th Ave. A South. WANTED-Position as editor or, reporter on weekly paper toy experienced newspapciman.. Satisfied � with' a moderate salary fo.r start. Apply A, Rollins . McLeish,,,general delivery, Medicine.Hat, Alberta, .25-0 POR-SA,LE-A good horse, well brok' en to ride and drive; and quiet; -good dollvei'y horse. Apply Wilson Fumir ture Co,, 13tlv St, North. - . 2G--6 FOR SALE-Sicilllan Buttercup.Cook- PUIV ^________. c'Con'4u'oted> ^ao.-^ D^sowvble J6^f;h6ne..585, Do; cwan, has written the Temperance and Moral Reform Association that no new licenses will be granted in that province; ^--' ^-y^'~:;-. ^ :' .-------I FOR SALE-Or e.x'Change for stock. Premier Walter Scott of. Saskatch-^ very choice okf hay; oats partly: matured; baled or In;'bundle; Prl'oea,.bn application.-. Noble 'Foundation. Co.. Ltd., Nobleford, Alta.' . ; >v; .30-0 TO EXC;HAN^;H3entiematt' wiil- ex-change pai.r,p�,p^r)e.-hred'Light*vBra.h-ma �fo.wls for;; wejl: ,bred:- tert'l6r -'pup. ^ Phonerl�03!^or ^SOSBllfeiAre;* Bife4^9Tr-l FOR, 'SALB---B!Mft0rpihgtonA'^c^^^ els, ?2;tp $3, eaeh,:-:jv^ply i^4i#4fth:' Avenue-.:SPUth.-c'i^.^;.,.:S.'hs:::if-rS '. irOR EXGHANGfi-^6. room modfrn liouse to trade for quarter sec|l6rirbt land. One of best residences IhjtoVh' f.o trade for farm land; M; W Jolm-ston &;:Cd.. Alberta Block; ' Post iOf-fice box.2G4. 7'-���'Z^r^' WANTE1>-At once, young man, for automobile business. . Big pay, .We make you experfln ten weeks by mail, pay us after we sesure you position Century. Automobile Institute. Los An. geles.'Cal. ' _ ^0-1 Business. Opportunities 'nltur*', il023. FREE HpMESTBAP and pre-empttor lands (in Irtlgate-^'.'Mt) 'Just pp'en.;fo,r tiling, A 'chani?e, bf .your lif^ itimo Write W. Ri.HoylejU'ZOe'-6th N., Letlvbridgc;' Atf9>:-: * '. . -2,9-E land r m '.seiittvy,b�6t in tmmm distrlotf -'e^ertPJoof' lri^gatM,|:;fe(3,aa' ______ .graded road, -xe):y. .close *to school. Phone Tei-ms same .a?'^^ent, spread over -1 = nmram^mrrldg^X'S^^ >-rses or .cattle,-^ H..'.O.otier, TO EXOHANGE--TWO comer" Idts^ln,: Parkview and two in, parkdale,, pant, lots th.^CalgiiWyXor as firfit gay.* ;;nent on residential property; dress-B,-C. B,, 61.3" 20th Ave, West,' Cp.lga.ry, � ' FOR. SALE ORi TRAD'^I-WIU ttade four .Calgary: Jots.;wlthin,,city 4i&its ;