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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911 S PROSPEROUS Ai OUTLOOK IS M ENCOURAGING Secretary Card Gave Fine Report at Annual Meeting of Board of Trade Cardstoii, Jan. IS.-The wceimp oi the Board oi Traiio called for the election oi olVicers was held on NNed-nesday night in the council chamber and was well attended. Hrosidenl Kolsoin was in the chair m the early part oi the nu-etins, and some routine btisiufsi -.sas cleaned up. The secretary's report was the most interebting that has been heard for some time and indicated that Mr. Card had s'ven very close attention ti! the detail work of the Board. The election o( olVicers brought out the lact that the president oi the Board of Trade at Cardston needs to be a man of some interest to the town. Three ballots were taken before a choice was made and the contest was keen. Four names were balloted on. Thev were J. A- .Vnderson, Frank Brown,' H. C. Phipps, and M. A. Coombs. E'.ery one of the men would have done credit to the oflice, but the last baliot gave the coveted ..liice to H. C, Phipps. Mr. Phipps fcas always taken a great interest in the work of the board and it was fitting to his interest that he should receive the appointment. In a neat optimistic speech Mr. Phipps thank-t'd h's colleagues for the honor of sitting as their chief and promised the best of his service. H. U. Brown was nominated for vice-president along with Harry Mcintosh. Mr. Brown withdrew and Mr. ilcintosh's appointment was unanimous. .Vs secretary-treasurer, J. Y. Card has done good service, and when his jiamc was" mentioned for reappointment, there was no opposition. Mr. Card was good enough to donate his year's salary amounting to $180 to the treasury oi the board. Claude Ferguson was elected treas-mer. The treasurer's statement showed that when the grader -which the board has for sale, is disposed of, all accounts will be cleared up and the board will go to work on & clean slate. Mr. Ferguson will, no doubt, Bia c an eilicient treasurer. Secretary Card in his report said in part : Nineteen hundred and thirteen w>ll be long remembered by the people oi' the West as the beginning oi ihi adjustment and control of borrowed Capital. In considering a report of the progress of the 1 own oi Cardston and district, it miist be viewed from various points tp avoid a misconception of the presenf condition oi ailairs. The year marks a d.stinct milestone in the growth journey of Cardston and district. It has been one oi stock-taking, hou.se-clean-ins and renovation, accomplishing, to a large degree, an adjustment of our speculation and investments with re-Bfe.-t to the future. The "get-rich-tluicU" idea, by the rise in value and tale oi land is giving place to the ^\�:s:I plan-the sale of its product.s. The money banks have not, as here-itofote. considered the mere o-wner-ehip of vast areas, perhaps partly paid for, as the basis for line of cre-jiit, but have preferred to let money only to the conservative, progressive gopd business manager, whom most people of the past recent years have been inclined to look upon as ''slow." i A few comparative figures of ship- ' ments into and out of Cardston will tend to prove, to a certain extent, t'lie standing of the district, and of ; *he town. i Caiload lots of merchandise, coal, ' etc., received, 415 ; mixed and partly j loaded cars of freight received, about 2U0. showing a decrease as compared ;to !912. It will he remembered that riuch farm machinery was purchased -wi:;ely or unwisely-during 1912, as ! .well .IS large shipments of coal, of i .which less has been burned during 3013. Outward shipments of grains ami mill stutis for 1013 are 245 cars, wliich also shows a decrease. The eel- i Worm that damaged the usually large Ked wheat crops, and the fact that the flour mill did not run all the year, are two features accountable in > part for the decrease. The mixed and : livestock farming industry, however, i has received a new impetus. In the i past year there have been shipped Irora this point 44 cars of hogs, as compared to 17 in 1912, an increase of 27 cars ; cattle, 185 cars in 1913, ' 138 in 1912, increase 47 cars, sheep 10 rars n 1813, compared to no outward shipments in 1012 ; hay shipped oi;t i 1 11113, 75 cars, and 49 in 1912, Mr n rense of 26 cars ; wool 5 cars CO red to 2, increase 3 cars ; horse 8'i ' e't by ral decreased about one-b , ho large numbers have been 60 nd driven away to local mar-ketF -V great number o! cattle have Is- -en "honJcd", mostly to U. S. mai Bts, loading on the rai's at Br wnin-, Montana. Further Information froip Mr. Scott, 0. p. R. agent, �l>OWt,S large increase In the ship-mejlit o� milk, cream, bntter, cheese, ej(iE9 aod poultrj', over the pr�vioai yeir, �ii4i to the furptiee of manr, 4u.xin2 l||t yew Hm wu expnded lot^imi tLSTiai-:s DID WELL l.oL.il institutions generally have done well. The Cardston Creamery i has placed itself among the strong i |iv.>iness liuuses of Cardston, and has i not only paid its ow-n obligations hilt many ior the farmers who have sold it cream. In 1912 some 120,000 | ll'S. of butter were reported as made. I The products vt last year will ex- ' cced that of the previous year's out- ; put by more than 15,000 lis. in spite ' of the mooted hard times. The Mountain \ iew Cheese Factory, another locally owned plant, has manufactured an excellent product and shipi-ed several tons of splendid cheese to outside markets via Cardston. it will further surprise knockers- ii there be such-to compare the fig-i'jis of the building inspector for the past two years. In 1911 and 1912 building permits to the amount of $315,000 were issued, according to the local paper. .An average, or half that amount for 1912, of $137,500 as ' co.-niared to $218,625 last year re-\eals the remar'^able increase of $61,-125. This includes only a Part of the !;reat $300,000 Temple to be erected, which will be a great ornament' as well as a boneiit to the town, nor do the figures named include the value of many small improvements that were not reported. Local post ofTice returns showr that December 31st, during the past two months $16,757.59 was paid for money orders sent, Bor the most part to eastern mail order houses. This is an increased expenditure over the correspondong months of 1912 of $657.65. Every business house in operation has paid a dividend for 1913 and most of them fat ones, while artisans, builders, etc., have generally been and proaperred. The real pinch for ready cash has been felt most by the speculator, the plunging investors, or the UitneT who had been used to running his business from year to year, on borrowed capital. This fact has Caused people generally to live more economically, and the real value of the dollar has been taught to us by the banks that let no money. To some extent this refusal to lend, on the hank's part, curtailed the buying oi seed grain in the spring of 1913, bdt notwithstanding, there appears to be more bushels 6i grain raised in the district this year than in 1912, with the exception of the winter wheat'cropSi which .were light, hesa' hired help was employed and more work done by the individual farmer which also tended to reduce the hat-vest, but the saving to the farmer S6 Word* ,25 cenu an Iniertlon Must be Paid .  Inaertlona for tna price of four in Advance SITUATIONS WCinr ) 'ANTE!:'-ateu aua woman lo learn .larber trade; no p.\'i)erience oeces-sary. EiRht weeks comjlfc-tes; tools :ir.a catalosue free Plenty of de-.iand tor srauuutes. Write tooay. oifr U.ii-ber ioilc^e. 'JO^a Centre vce' r.i.KTv. Alt.-J. iOa-0 WANTED-A tidy companion, a gocd ;!ome for right person, or would accept girl going to school. Home tree for company. Apply Mrs. C. O. Wix-.m, Carmangay, Altn. 30-6 WANTED AT ONCE - Pianist for Wesley church choir. State experience and salary -nmnted. give references. Address Geo. Whelen 120S 6t!-A->-eriiie South. 30-li $1,500 A 'i'E.VR-For your spare time writing moving picture plays. No ex-�erience necessary. Expert writer says our system is perfect. Pay from $25 to $100 lor each play. Cash market Full course sent on receipt of one dollar, or send card for free information. Send card today. Photo-Play Writers' Association, Desk -to, Franklin Building, Toronto, Ont. 31-6 Miscellaneous For Sale j FOP. S.\LS:-^Ghoica alfalfa, .mixed hay and best re-sorted potatoes, supplied in ton lots or over, by the nro-.vei-s' company, Farm Products. Ltd. Hull Building, 7th St. Phone 1017. 293-0 FOR SALE-Baled straw, delivered $4.50 a ton. Phone R 206. F. Knapp, Coaldale.-' - - '__14-^0 BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES, bill- fixtures and bowling alleys, on ea.sy payments. L C. Sanders, agent. The Brunswick-Balke Collender Co,, P. O. Box 2122, Calgary, Phone E5934. 17-26 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION WANTED - By competent and experienced female stenographer. Apply stating salary to Box 42, Herald Office. 27-6 SITUATION WANTED-Young lady seeks position in store. Has had some experience. Apply to Box 43, Herald OfBce. 29-fi LAND FOR SALE ~] FOR SALE-Five and t�n acre lots, plowed and Irrigated, near school,.Junt east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd &. Devlne, Hull Bldg., 7th St. Phone 1017. � � 279-0 FOR SALE-One halt' section best farming land in Alberta, situate about 2 miles south of Burdett; 230 acres under cultivation. Apply to owners. H. Rasmuasen and G. W. Gragg. 30-0 BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT LANDS -10 acre tracts; bargain prices, must be sold, IS to $35 per acre; $10.00 monthly. Write Columbia River Orchards. Ltd.. Nelscn, B.C. ISEOD FOR SALE-10 acres Irrigated land; plowed ready for gnnlen; i'^A miles from provincial goal; 5 miles from city. |120 per acre. Very easy terms. Must sell, owne/ leaving the city. Mltford & Co. 32-6 ^,o^ Sale or Kxchange FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-If your property Is for snlo or exchange. se� us. We make a specialty of exchanj.. Ing anything,, anywhere real estate or personal property. Commission reasonable; if you do not get results It costs you nothing. Try us. We get the business, write, phone 721 or call Kimball & Larsen Ltd., 117-118 Sherlock Building. 2-0 FOR SALE OR TRADE-for other stock, one registered Clyde stud colt, rising 3 years, grandson of Barons Pride. Geo. Songurd, Owner, Turin, Alta. 27-6 FOR EXCHANGE-Fine furniture, including Lindsay Piano only In use 3 months. All .\1. Wish to exchange for quarter section land and will assume mortgage. Kimball & Larsen, Ltd., 117-118 Sherlock Bldg. Phont 721. 30-0 TO RENT ,____I OFFICES TO KENT-Best located offices in tha city. All modern conveniences. Union Bank of Canada Building. Fo.-.furtlier information npplv.tq Ct. R. Tinnine VTcinafr- this ad. 2K2-ax LOST-Gold watch . fob, reward. IT. G. Carson, care of Drs. Marra anf? Marvs, post office block. 30-r Notice to Intending Settlers Take notice that on Monday, February 2nd, 1914, the following land will be open for homestead entry- The South-West Quarter of Section Thirty-one; Township Eight; Range Two; West of the Fifth Meridian. Dated at Lethbrldge, Alberta, this 30th day ot December. 1913. J. W. Stafford, 17-30 _Agent Dom. Lands. Notice to Intending Setders TAKE NOTICE THAT ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1914, the folLOWING LANDS WILL be  OPEN FOR HOMESTEAD ENTRY The W. hi ot section 2S, N. W. Vt ot Sec. 30, S. E. 1-4 ot Section 32, S. Vf, /i'.ol Section S3, all'ln Township 8, Rapge 2, West t)t the 5th Meridian. Dat�4- at Lethbrldge, Alberta, this 10th day of December. J. W. Stafford. �-30. Agent Dominion Lands. LOST-On Tuesday night, large bunch of keys. Finder will be rewarded on returning to Herald Omce. 31-3 FOUND-Piirse money. MONUMENTS If you are considering the purchas' iug of a mouument, see us before you decide., Be.st stock, best de. signs and belt prices. Lethbrldge Monumental Worki. "r>i ^t. South. r. Ne.r.ri.n. Manjger. to haye the town we know Cardston will be, not should we burden any pUde with our pre�epcc that we can-uaiM loyal to. _� BANK OP SASKATCHEWAN Ottawa, Jan, 'iSi-^Ths legislation to be considered by the Banlcin� and Commerce committee this session will include a bill to incorporate a new bank to be known as "The Bank of Saskatchewan. Caldwell. Dunn & FVader of Moose .law, am th� solicitors, acted for the applicanta. business men, room and board fn prF-vate family. Apply itatlng rates, etc., to Bex 75. Z9-~6x WANTED-Respectable young man �wisbee room and board In private tam-W, central location preferred, �\pply statint rates to boy 100. 29r>0�: WANTED-Sewing and dreggmaklng,' children's clothes, wrappers, etc.;* children's underclothes, dresses and' aprohii. homemade, on sale. I'.'; A. Cookste-y. 101 � 1.1th St. X. i;. WANTED-to buy one or two :fil)BC,k!.' to r�move. to-.couMry,. Apply .Tay--lor 1319 lut Ave. N., Lethbrldge 31-^ cont.Tinlng sum, of Owner can have same bv cpII-;Ing at Rylands' store, paying for this i ad. and proving property. __31-2 BOARIi and ROOM BOARD AND ACIUM - Modcre WW veniencei, um of piato: t& P�r weeK Ainlv x:44-7th Kt.'H.. nliona 128� 45- BOARD AND ROOM-Comfortable, warm rooth, all homo cooking, also ta'nle board. Ililfi 3rd Avenue South. Phono U4C. 27-12 BOARD AND ROOM-$6.50, fully modern, wnvm lioune, good bedroome,' from $10 monthly, or tablp board only 30 ceat> m�iU. S22 6Ui Straat S. 30-6 Sherlock Bldg. Stores and Offices For Pent ALSO SAFETY VAULTS AND DE P08IT DRAWERS Modern, fire-proof building, with ever/ oonvenleno* and ac-eommodatjon. Otflep of the fi^-B. 8HEHL0CK ESTATE, . SUITE NO, 109 R. C:' STRAKEh, MANAGER, To^;. frhom please address all communications. Professional Cards MEDICAL OR. W. 3. GALBRAITH-Physician ijurgeon. Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Offlca: 914 Third Avonue. Phono 1253 or. rvic.\ALUV-otllce Staftord Ulk., Residence iSGb Sixth Avonue. Othca hours-11-12; 1-3; 7 to K.SO; OlUce Phono 3i9; Resldnncr 1090. DR. C. C. CRAGQ-Pnjsician. Sur. geon Accoucher. Offlco at roaldenoa corn�.>- Rth avonue south and 7th Street fouth. Hours- 8i�; 7 to S ?(>: V^\o\it> 1203. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS-Export Piano Tuner. ]2T-,3 Si.xth Avenue A. South. Phone 11(18. ACCOUNTANT OR TAYLOR-Kar, Kye. Nuee, and Throat; Dominion Budding. OQloo hours 9.30 lo 12; 2-6; evaninBS by appointment Phone, offlca 34;; re* OR, J. e. LOVERING-pi;: siclau and Surgeon. X-Rny equipment. Corner �rd Ave. and 8th St. (Dr. Mew-uurn'H old stand) Phone 1242. Ot-tlce hours 11 to 12; 1 to 3 and 7 to 9. ____......_______3 W.A. henderson & Co., C,A. Muni-' cliial, coal, timber, miiuufacturlng. retail, wholesale and other audits. Omoos at Winnipeg, Medicine Hul, Lethbrldge. Resident pnrlner, A. 10.' t.7lbson, C A., (Scot. & Alta.,) Acadia biilUlIn;;;. Phono 1(M9.______ dTeX^Wing-Associate of tfio InsITtulo ot Chartered Accountants in. England Mill ^Vnles, and of the Instltuto, ot Cluirtcred Accountants of Alta.. APMJ.'i nnildlnu-. l.ellilirldge. OSTEOPATHY dr. L. B. MASON-Member of College Phys., and Sur., Alberta; Suite ;!lii IS, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1414. 20-0 SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sa.-DomlBlOB nnd Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlga-' tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Room* i ana 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Box tr' I'linnn i�42 MASSAGE I_____ SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED Miss K. .May Holmes, graduate ot the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Ifisti-tute. Medical Massage and Gymnastics, (Swedish) Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Truatmonts. Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments ,?ivcn by appointment only Rcom 1, Hull Block. DUFF a EDWARDS (Wm. M R'i' wards, B.A.Sc, Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor, Donald A Duff, C.E.)-Conimercinl blue printing, civil engineering and land sur-veying.-Suite 205 Sherlock Building Letr,!.riflr.^ .\U,i, d-tf I MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERsT R. E. McARTHUR, A. Mem. Can. S. C. E, Railways, Yard Lavcuts, Sew-erapo Systems, Water Supplies, Ir. rlK-ation Woi-ks, Surveys, Plans. Ek-tiniatey. etc., 104 Sherlock BulldiiiB ViAvi lethbridge VlAVI COMPANY- The natural home treatment toi ntrvou.sness, eto. 1110 3rd Ave. South. Hours 5-e p.m. dally and in a.m. to .4 pjn. Sa-'.:irday, or by appointment. Residence phone lS9;i. Manager, Miss E. S. Cook. L AUCTIONEER ~*--,--- Cursing" nursing-The Nursing Mfsalon die-Irict work; obstetrical, medical and emergency. Olllce bourn: befo.-o 9 a.m.. 1-2.30 p.m.; venlng B-7. 1414 7th .Ave. S Phone 12.13. W. l. wi*soN-Provincial and city l'c--nsed nuctioueer. SalSR of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sale* a specialty, OHloe at the Wilson F\irniture Co., 404 13th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 5�5, Downtown offlce at the Lethbrldge-Wfvh\irn Renltv Co.. Phn.ne- 1173. FRANK WADDINGTON-Auctioneer 17 years' experience; will handle your sale in the way that get& the money. Phones 4C9 and 1416.. Jt^a-Bonab'.G terms, prompt settlements. Goods' received for ^nle or auction. fu,--:rier 1 david scott-Furs remodelled, cleaned and dresae- Fine celec-tion ot latest styles. At the Bent-ley Co 243-0 WHOLESALE DENTAL DR. M. J. gibson-Dentist, graduate of Hoyal College of-Denral Surgeono Toronto, and holder of ..i Domlnioa Dental certifioate. OlJIce: Room* 5 and 6, Bryan block Phune 1071. 3 we.stern supply and equip. ME nt co., ltd., Corner 3rd Ave. and 4th St. S., "^'hoiesale Mine, Builders', Contractors, Blacksmiths, Railway, supplies; packing, bolting, valves,' pipe fittings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, wat. erprooting, expansion shlelcls, .s^tor?. fronts, plate Rlasa. Phone DRS. COURTICE and GILCHRIST- Dentists, graduates ot Northwestern University. Chicago. 111. Hours 9 to 0. Phone 11G5. Macdonald Bio.-k. Lethbridci, Alta. DRS. MARRS ANC MARRS-Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Mo-dure. Hours 9 to o. Office, HIg. Inbotham Block Phone 374. HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES' - WJiolesale and retail. All varieties of hay-timothy, alfalfa, blue jolht, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay, and straw. Mfxed carloads a specialty. Wire or write for quotations. Prompt service, nuality guaranteed. Storage for household goods, etc., collar space for rent. Hyde & Saunders, corner 2nd. Ave. and 12th St, S. P. O. Box 1127. Phono 1244. OR. E. G. SIMM0ND3, Lientiat, member of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng..i Licentiate Royal ColIesQ of Fbyeiclaua (London) L. O. s., 190a. ' Hc'jrB. 9-12; .(-5. Office; t-8, Poss L PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATF HOSFITAU - Mn. Van. Haarlem's Pr'vate Hospital and Maternity Hone 704-8th Avenue P Phone 74B WELDING THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA WELD. ING CO., have opened a shop at the rear of Dr. .McClure's residence, 610 Sth St. South. All kinds of broken jnachlnory repaired by the Oxygen-Acetylene Welding, process on short notice. Also skates ground. R. C. McClure, Mgr. J. B. Walker, .Mi'ster Meclinnlc. The w;MHOLE private hospital for Surgical, ^ledical and .Maternity cases. Graduate Nursca. Miss Ewaynf; Superintendent. 1224 7th Ave cn'"" "''.-nr. 1">H! T nthh l,l,ri. ELECTRICIAN w. L, Mckenzie & co, Electrical dealers and Contractors. Phona fi.'?7. TOG Third Avenue South. HAIR WORK ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK MADE to order. Switches, .lanes. Braids, Curls, Transformations, etc. Largest direct importers of .Human Hal' Goods in the west. We undersell others. Satisfaction assured. Wal-scott Sisters, 422 9th Street. Sttuth. Phone 1099. 31-12 UNDERTAFiING i T, 8. FETTFRr.Y-Funoral Director, and Embalmer; ai�o sgont foi the Somorvllle Marble and Granlto Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House Pnone ."iBl; Real, dence 284 7th Ave 3, Phone IKo Open dnv ;ind nicht. r PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shed* ( Office : : lies PHONES { omce T- : 462' [ Stable* : 1064 6. Y. hurst-Funeral Director, ^,1-censed Embnlmer; (Lady nttendant when desired) Donnan block. 4�l J!nd Ave. a Phone 1S02; nisht or d�v EDUCATIONAL madame ella ROY, Vocalist, Reciter, Concerts and "At Homes" attended. Teacher of Elocution, Classical Dancing, Singing and Oenoral Deportment, 19 Vlctcrla Mansions, 3rd Ai'oriui; Sout'n. MUSIC mrs, W. h. johnson-Teacher ot piano, harmony and theory. Beginners a specialty. $12.50 a term. Primary and advanced pupils prepared lor examination. If doslred. Studio moved from 15th St. to 1226 oth ave. A South. ORLANDO KAY-Teacher of Piano, Harmouy and Theory. Lessons given In Shorthand. Apply 1404 7tb Avenue North, Letlibrldge. THE LtTHOHIDGE IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA-Open lor dances for comliiK season. Any number'of pieces suplled. Violinist, .1. 1). Oaa-Alm^U .0. Needs, Box 494; NUT COAL Lump, alto Mine Run, Screienings, Ton or Car. Loatl ^ ' Lott. NEW BARNES MINE < H.?NE 1471 C. O. Ok lartins Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful aiid Prompt Servlf*, Union Transfer Messenger, Baggage, Transfert and Coal. Prompt Delivery PHONE 491 ;