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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta m. mi pltontteal, Jai,v26._/rhe Star fe�t- appointrnftat by wireless -telegraphy ' the foUowiag article reeatdinE .vith the'Secretary of state, Mr, Bry-ahandonmentot Charles IVL'.an, and 'on il$tivm m New ^ol^, "  � ----- at tbOlt'the'firsVHram to Washington-to fatwab's arraiigeinents to build Bethlehem Steel Works suhmar-, for the British go.eminent: ^How �widespread and a-ell organ-is aermany's system of esplon- keep- it.. -bryan KSEW all about it is Germany s system �i i^^^'^'-r^fMr' ""'^ is blouSht rather close home to'foW f^SvM* state any securities 1*^ JL. Lr hniirim^ submar- h�" that all pereong having c!�l�s upon the Estate of the albove named Arthur James Alford who died on or abolit the 3Sth day of September, 'A.D. 1913, are re(iulred to Hlo v�lth Le^^ls Alford. the administrator herein, by the 2nd da; of Marcli, a full statement duly verified of their claims and of held by them,- and after Administrator Will dis hwab's plans tor building submar destroyers and cruisers at his .,___River plant for the British go?- frament. The story is told by one of Schwab's associates, who was ,r- , - ,f r . ^.-j^.j .__ely concerned ^ith his recent n"- 3' ^P'LrtSft otiations in Canada. not-permit it to tails of the plan arranged .between Mr. Schwab and the admtrWty, tolil him that the cabinet had ; discus-ied the whole proposition some days pre-�  that they be carried which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to their knowledge. : DATED this 12th day of Japuary, couM not permit n vo oc uamw" 1915 through. Mr. Bryan, in fact, not only I (Sgd.)'.H. OSTLUND, ^EOOTIATIONS CONDUCTED IN outlined the general scheme, but was SECRET able to fiU in details which Mr. " 'As is well known,' he said, 'Mr, Schwab had supposed were to be sec-Schwab went to London in December ret between himself and the admir-.6 close a large contract with the al*y. i >%. admiralty for ships which he knew he.,"'Since the" cabinet, being in pos-iould build at Wi.Fore River plant,^session of all the essential facts, has rhich he believed the United States come to a decision, it is not lor me >rould allow him' to do. The negotia- to enter any protest,' Mr. Schwab {ions in London were necessarily con-, said, aftiy the secretary of st-ate had ducted with the utmost secrecy and quoted at length from the speciflca-lispatch. So tar as we knew, not half tibiss Of the. proposed contract, 'but a dozen peopK, including four of the it.Jtn:is vUo.t Jndiscreet 1 should like bighest admiralty, officials knew anyf-, Vary mucfc-ito ask, Mr. Bryan, where img about them.-The details uif de-'jpu eot ,pour information?'; i^ery, price, and character of , thg ^"^f see^ho necessity pf making any p,.Apa were speedily settled, and Mr; mystery'about-iti' Mr. Bryan xetort-ISchwab left as hurriedly ' for New: 'it was.igiTea to;me hy Count von lYork, as rhe hadi a fortnigHt ^fore-^f Bernatprff wii^in forty-�igbt hoiirs of �left New-J'York,for'London.-- 1 -^^wj.T^ipft � xartM, ..the admir- " 'On bis w^_across,be made \ vour - :cotjiet�ace: with- MACLEOD RANCHER IPHIUIP LA PASSED CHANCE, OLD-TIMER, AWAY LAST SUN. day .Macleod, Jan. 38.-Philip La Chance CITY PIPE BAND PROVIDED FINE FUNCTION-GOOD TIME AT HARDIEVILLE The Lethhridfee City Pipe Band m  well imown old time rani*er of th^, .t*elr effort* to� celebrate 'the 156�i (Blacleod diatrict, died suddenly from' QManivexsary ob%be birth of the im-geart iailiize Ute ow Sunday evening.' -'"rt.o waa^l years . of -f^ ..age, WW � of Quebec,; , and tttnat^^enoiub^" to secure invitations f:|WM one o( .thfe inaay young men who. ,�>d.:wetJBt thoioughlr entertained dur-iTwo HuniiiiH mi . fanawered^Be ciH of the weei i^^^^^ .... , tZi�riI^^,V^^^^^K'"''*l jsa.g^arssygsuvi .s^'sssife^si*'^ s^'H^^^P*^" Solicitor for the Aflmlnistrator, LetlKbrldge, Aliberta. Approved-J. A. Jackson. Ad'No. G Schediilte*'A" MOKTGAtJE SALE PURSUANT to the Order of His Honour .fudge Jackson, made herein the 11th day of January 1915, in a certain action wherein The Standard Tnista Company is Plaintiff and Edward Andrew Wood, Canadian Bank of Commerce and P. H. Wellcome, are Defendants, the following lainds in the Province of Alberta, namely: The whole oE Section Twenty-eight (28), and that part of Section Thirty-three (33), lying to the South of the Belly River, all in Township Ten (10), in Range Nineteen (19), West of thir Fourth Sferidiah in the Province of Alberta, containing iti all Ten Hundred and Forty-one .�nd two-tenths (1041.2) acres more or leas, subject to the Resei-vations as appear in Certificates of Title "T.B. 87" and ''TvB. 88," will be offered for sale *y public auction on Saturday the 6th day of February 1915. at thChour of Twelve o'clock at the Court HOuae . in the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, subject to a Reserved Bid to be fixed by this Court. Terms and Conditions will be made known at the time of the sale or can be ascertained from the undersigned SolicitoKi. About nve iHundred acres 6f the said land is level arable land, the balance being coulee and hills. jAbout Notiee, toiC^lflMii|^t� and IN THE MATTER Or,^HE fSjA^E of EDWiN. iAmt PAJ^Pglitf4 ?i;'p*cEfSEp,v'; NOTICE 18 HBRBB'SS!;�II$�n that all persons having clalmit against the Eetate of Edwin James Carpenter, late of the City of liethbridge in the Province of Alberta, who died on or albout the 8rd day of October, A.D. 1914, at the �ald City of Lethbridge, the administration Of whose estate was granted on the 7th day of January, A.D. 1915, by the District Court of the District of LethbrilSge to Wlnni^ fred Amy Carpenter,. ot.;,thft..City, o( Lethbridge in the Province of Albertfi, Widow, are requested .to'file . ^ylth Messrs. Conybeare, Church, McArthur & Dwvidson, Conj^eare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for th^ Administratrix, a statement duly verified of all their olaims and .of a^y security held by tiiem on or ibefore the 13th day of March A.D. i9l5; after which date the said, Adminis-' tratrlx w{ll dispose of tlie assets of the said Deceased and will not be liable for any part thereof to any person of whose claim she shall" not tlien have received notice. DiATED at the,Clty' of Letlifbridige, this 25th day of, January, A.D. 1915. -CONYBEARE, CHURCH. Mc-ARTHUR-&-DAVIDSON, Solicitors for Winnlfred Amy bar-penter, Administratrix. No. M, BUILDING IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE THE TOP FLOORS OF THE SHERLOCK, BUILDING WILL BE OPEn'^EO FOR OCCUPATION AS . RESIDENCE APARTMENTS iNSPECTIOf^ jOJf tHESE SU^;! PERIOR SUITES IS NOW.-"iN-"' VITED. THE ROOMS ARE ppkN DAILY PROM 10 A. M. TO 2 P. M. and 3 TO BP. M. ' WEDNESjlAX, JANUARY J7..i�AS , 1%^ H'artM.W'anit m. |(^^boy.says.: �'"I'fm'^the ;v*i.-rela>^^l iVint to help you In metfllng today'* needa of business and the TO- Employees in navy yards and arsenals are working for the Saturday half holiday the entire year. THE NURSINGMISSION Provides rlBltlhg nursca, for mater nlty and all inedlcal and surgical caees (except contagious discaaes), and charges according to the blit. cumstancea of the .natient Poor patients cared for frtfe of charge. araduate nurses tor private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission 1414 7th Avenue 0buth. Phone 128S. (M(n) A. M. Tf))ey, Bupervfeer. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (MisS) J. Macken�le. Grad, Nurse. NOTICE F. Bi olds Formerty Of Retlaw, in'the Province oT Alberta.'. TAKE-NOTICE that an action has booh commenccfd against you in the District Court of the District of. Edmonton by The A. -Macdonald Co., Ltd., claiming payment of'the sum of }373,Z9, interest and costs and that Garnishee Simimons in said action was served on the Government of the Province of Alberta, on the 30tU of November, 1914, AND FURTHER Take NOTICE tliat you are reqoiired to enter a defence or demadd of notice to said iction in the oflloe of tlie Clerk of the District Court of Uie District of Edmonton oii or before the First Day of March. A.D. 1915, and that in default of so doing aUJfurther proceedings in the action may be had .without notice to yOu;' '. DATED at BanibntOn this 21st day of January. A.D, 1915. PARLEE, FREfBMAN, A'BBOTT, & MACKAY, No, N. Solicitors for the Plaintiff,' In Ave years the federal workmen compensation law has paid |l,8OO,O00, tkinrol" tlia^tottlct becMbe efee of Scotch";btoth, Ibeef^tealc pie, and t*eJ two niflea of .f^ce on the said land. ttS mSt^L�Sha uVmet^ in the famolM^Swt^h haggisvwere the prm^.There,is ^aW ;o^,be_a_^hou8e on^Uie nbSh was specially^ cipalitein8,.0B*i,the bill; of fare ji^^tng ot hay, a were^cspepially .delectable. ..The s\ip-noT,e��^ h^, ncrabe^ per thosejv-ho^wete , _____lions where such Scotch could bo obtaindd, coo'.aa to rcountiy- His �dapted,{M ifl.' this district the King's taste. :itban isy other ranobec has done. The toast list was a complete one i The (anenl took place from tite. and w^s handled ably by the cbair-K'Romaa C�tiiolie chuioh Tuesday and man, his worship Mayor Hardie. The >{dcapite tto seTeclty of t^ weather toast to the King being duly bonor-|'a>i)arge number of the lesideats of ed, the iiext on the program was, s^^toini and diatrlct wer� in attend- "The Immortal Mmory of Bums", 'Jaace. The deoaued leaves a widow, handled in. a capable manner by May- said land 24x24 ft. worth about |600, and a house 16x28 ft. worth about __ ___ _ $400.00, and a barn l�x32 ft., worth V>6^a't"8d to one of those' about $235.00. Shut ao diildiai, to mouin his loss. Acid Stomachs are Dangerous (^Common Ssnae A�Vic� by � DlatlH- ' gulthetf. Specialist. :^^Aiiid" stomachs are dangeraus because acMJrriUtes and iaflamea the; delicate llniiig ^ of ;the stomach, thus hindering and prsTenting the proper taction of the stomacfi, and leading to i probably nlaertenths, of the cases of j'Btomach trouble from which people |:i;suSer. .Ordinary medidaes and me-i^dloiaai treatments are useless in such w^cases' for they leave the source rof ivtite: troUblie, the acid in the stomach; I'M dangerous as ever. The acid must >:be nentrallzed, and its formation pre-;j;vented;^and 'the beet thing, for, tbia purpose Is a teaspoonful of blsurated ||?/inaghesia. a simple antacid, taken in a �%illttle warm or cold water after eating, If^vhi^h not only neuttalizes the acid, biut';3?.0 7tli  St. a.- Finder kindly returftOj^Hftd^fl . Ott;;'320,7th\St.VS6utK ani^ J^eP'.'J^'., reWard. / � , - e- : tween 7tli and 9tli Ave. and'8th and 8th Streets, on Sunday. Finder please return to Herald ..office. . ... 3ft-2... . LOST-T-A. hand,.c]iaate..allvei:., btaoe: let ibetweon 5th and 12th St. on 3rd AVe, Finder plo'afio.return!'tov Herald offlcC;_; . ' ' y. sy-T-C LbsTT-A- pnitjev (ioiit*1ning a'^balr of, pink silk gloves hnd a pair'oT pink silk stockings. Finder will kindly return to the Herald Office, 12-Ox HIDES Aito' furs^-^We wfll'iiiSir the highest mafket prices for all klids of lildes and iurs/'dita inake remittance same day Bhlpmenta .are received. Give iu� a trial shipment and be convinced. Reid & Simpson, .514 Maclean 'Block, Calgary, Alberta. /'The Square Deal Men." Price.llpt iurnlsli-ed on appllcaUoii.  . 39-6 BlUHt as a poet:" � The speakecithen dealt with Burns as a poet, and pointed out the kinds of poems the great Scottish baid ,wrote. Burns is known all over the world, and his poemsare translated in many lan6Uages4! After Mayor Hardie ftni^ed, Mr. Andrew sang, "The Star C RabbieiBums," which took well with the audience. The next toast on,the list was Canada, responded to by the song, "The Maple Leaf' Forever", by the com-pany: Mr, Robert Nimmons gave 3 concise history of the great Canadian West, Mr. Niinmons has gathered a fund of infoEmation in hfs long residence in the west, and related interesting epiJBodea of the pioneer life in the west. Mr. Niminons tbtd of one instance ^ where be made a trip to Chief Mountain in the Rockies from WinnipBB;��th.a yoke, of oxen. In conclusion, Mr, Nimmons touched on Canada's fine showing with the Motherland,' helping to rfight' her battles Schedule "A" MORTGAGE SALE ^^&TwTh.^ay�usTdl= of free- ^ iScT be eaten with Impunity If the 4fl..^*�9^-, ^ . . y; fnd:Mtrous, and you^ajpiiear ['.yo^ger. Sold liy J. D^ Hligto-. at Co., Ltd.i Druggists, 1$^; �Tjfdvt, ,_, , 't'j;^,^would b,of no use.in fires tion of the 156th anniversary of the birth of Rabbie a success. A Tote of thanks to the ladies lrid*e,,.A�?^rta. MISS L. F. McKEE-rGraOuaie 01 aa-maritan Hospital and Rotunda Hos-piUl, Ireland. Medical, surgical and obsterical nursing. 701 5th Avenue South. Phone 793. O T. S, FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Bmtoaimei-; also agent lor the SomervUle Marble '& Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night.' . PRIVATE HOSPITAL NtfRSING UNDERTAKING WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN �. POTATOES-Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa,^ blue Joint mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Stoirage for household goods, etc., cellar space for rent, Hyde and Saunders, comer 2M Ave. and 12th St S. P. O. Box 1227. Phone 1244. FLORIST DR. X Wly"H^ Wi Oliver,-641- 8th Str'66trtSo\lth. � - �� � se^-^B" DENTAL DR. M. J. .GjBSON-^Dentlst'gifaauate of Royal College of Denial Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rqoms i 5 and. 6, Bryan Block.. Phone 1071.' dr. L. T. ALLEN-Dentiet (successor to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alte. 170-0 DRS. MARRS AND MARR&-Dentists Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure.' Hours; 9 to 5. Office, Hig-inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-^Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of . Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. 'Office: 6-8 Hlgln- ' botham Block.. rO;^BNT3Large , iRoififortable. 'ur-nlshed room lit lafge modem house',' oentrally located, to respectable yoiing man-or 70ung^ woman. Apply Box 4 Herald. 24-0 TO �ENlfe-Bungalow , in Strathcona Court,, fully modern, including gas range 'and all conifeniBnoefl.. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, "ACaflla Blk,- 5-0 TO RENT-For a good room with all modem' conveniences, steam heat shower, baths, plunge, etc., apply Y, m. c. 'a. . ..'..'. erels and new laid': eggs.' 3outh. 540 12th St.' 24^x terms. Apply B'qx 41 Herald office or Phone 1402,� �"';. '' ./12-0 FOR SALE-Malleable iron ranges, $1, down and �i per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-0 SITUATIONS WANyEfi. WANTEI>-Work by elderly widow, farm preferred; am'"Btrongand can do any kind of housawork; very respect-aible. Apply Mrs, 'B. Staley, ' Merl-Bluff, Alta. '  ' ��'37-6 WANTED-^ountry girl 'wants situation in general housework. APPlf Box 2-Heiuld offi'ce. ' .' !" 37-^-WANTED-Position as. editor .6r re-porter on weekly jiaper .by experlenc-eid newspaperman.' Satisfied with a .moderate, salary .for start- , Apply A. Rollins McLelsh, ' general delivery. Medicine Hat, Alberts.' 25-0 For Sate^or Exchainsc 24-0 SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SiALE-At bargain price on easy terms or will trade for close in irrigated land, my interest ln,fully modern .8 roomed residence, on 6th Ave. near 12th St. Apply 1212 6th Avenue South. v  34-6 VIA VI FRACHE I8ROS, FLORISJS-^^ole.; sale and Retail. Di^sighS^ Bouquets, Cut Flowers, Pot Plants and Hot* House Vegetables. . Phone 1003,. Lethbridge. 281-0 LETHBRIDGE VlAVI 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 PIANO TUITION ;if�UPlLS FOR PIANO-Oriarido Kay, ' 1401 7th Avenue North.' ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. SONS GIVEN-Apply Miss Filrnor; Phone 788. I4th Ave. S. " 240-Q CLEANERS AND dStERS THE VALET-324 6th St. S., oppositdl the Herald, are specialists In chem-.f leal cleaning and dyeing. Prompt-service on out Of town business; Call write or phone for price list;j Phone 1812, A21-0?; .ACCpUNl^fe^ W. D. WING-A630ci|lte jpi.tlie Instl-;. tute of Chartered .^AccMhtahts of! England Jand Waleflia�|l?'i0feih6 In-' stltute of Chartered \Ac�cesa)^taiit8 lii?l Alberta. Acadia Bldg, L�hBpge. . W. A. HENDERSON t %0.Y. Lethbridge : : Mediclne J45 mi)i..;^t>.J't,,:*- = '39-G ^URS, REMODELLED-Dressed and cleaned. 'Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as pas^ Bible. David Scott, Bentley Company Store, 222-0 'WANTED-Experienced girl to wait taible and do lup.8tai)^. v^ork In small boarding house;'&tafe experience, age etc. Apply B. Mackenzie, Bellevue, Alta, 39-1 EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Clan-; brook, fl, C, Headmistress, Miss V. r M, Cherrrington. Boarding school tor girls and young boys. Bracing 'j mountain climate. Full High School : curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography ; and Bookkeeping. Special attentica i given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch-' ing from nature, etc. Write for ''prospectus., . 267-0 for; SALE-Snap, Lot 116 Block P, 13th-St' Sotith, near etli Ave. Price $1200; S'S'OO cash, balance 6 and 18 months,  �Would 'seU ',1-3 of adjoitiing lot if reqilired. A'.'pply 118 8th St S, from 5 to 6 o'clock. 34'-6 PIANO TUNING Acadia Building. Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Sc*t.) - |;jp. -H,-CRIPRS, EXPERT TUNER- PJayer-Plano. .and -Organ Repairer; 3^ IS'ears. factoV.. experie^ q^rs Certificate MT. Assn., London, Bp^'Zand. Reference to the leading ir. ijiuBlcians of the cltyi-' Phone 1168. * X253 6th Aye,-.-A South. AUCTIONEER good INVESTMENT-No. 530 7th St. S., fully modern cottage on lots 20-21,'' block''55; Prlqe $3500. Tenns $500-'ca%Hi Assume'loan of $2000 paid monthly: balance arranged .to suit. N. B, .peat:& Co.', Agentis, 10 Macdon aid'Block. . ,". '29-0 FOR SALE 6 pens of SInjiie Comb Wf>Ite Leghorns, 2 .pens Black Ojrpihg-tbns, S only Black ' Orp.'nilten Cockerels, 2 only Black''Orpington Cocks, Blue' Ribbon strisin. 3 only White. Orpihgi^en, Co8l(S, 2 only White '.Orpington; Cockerels, 2 pens White. Orplngt'bns, Moore strain. '4' pens White Rocks, Andrews Strain. 1 pen of 10 birds, Single 'Comb Black Minorcas, Yams Farm atraln. Apply, ' WM. A, OTT. '1 : Phone 1583 6ALT 'lump coal $4.38 per ton oelivere.d c.o.d. FOR-SALE-^Half-'section 4%; miles .west of" Lethbridge. : For particulars apply to John B. Allan, Box 581, Lethbridge; V . ' ' 31-0 FOR SALE-British Columbia homes. and raw- lands (south end s^^^gL^si:^ Lamont, Crestoh, B. ,33-24 jWf'iL. WILSON-Provincial and City . lilcensed Auctioneer. . Sales of all iM'nds conducted on reason^le .S -terms. Live stock and farm sales, a Specialty. Office at the Wilson Fur-iture Co., 404 13th St. N.- Phone 13, Residence Phone 585.. Down-�wn office at the Xethbrldge-Wey., 'urn Realty Co. Phone 1173." orchards Koo' chai _ fruit, lands. j^' DRESSMAKING DRBSSMAKIN"G~^^,ewing dpnp~at home very-reasonalble. Also furnish-' ed "robnls for rent, "one suitable fori light-housekeeping, 534 0th St, S.! Phone .441,. , . , . . 36-(i I DRAYl Of All itmds Western Tr^nsfeirllk Lirrdtfid Office-Ci p. PHONES R. 'Freight Sheds Office : ": il�3 Office : : 462 Stabisa : 1664 r T>ii8',i;;^pE,G0es to phess at 121 o'clock noon. classified' ApS iMUST be delivered bv XHtS'.hour TP ensure in-, g^'m'>'P,'!' mwe OAY AS ordered. Martin's Baggage Tninsfer Phon?^i3iB0 Careful and Pronjpt Servi^s - ;