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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'rtxteB TWO THE LETHBRIDOE DAfLT HCI^ALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915 , People's Forum people. Away with spirits! Away with the fusel of tho Junkers'. . . . German workers, It you wlU no Jonger be Jtinkers' serfs, avoid schnapps'." , On July 11, 1911, representatives of l-the Social Demoorattc leagues of Oer-niany, Austria and Switzerland met In Dresden, and aiter an uleven-liour debate, agreed on a common programme. This indicates, as the final �tin, the prohibition by oopulnr vote of the production and traffic iu alcoholic drinks, and as steps leading up thereto: "The prohibition of the use of alcohol during strikes, elections and demonstrations: the banishment of alcohol advertisements from all labor papers; the tasting up of! anti-alcohol instruction into the educational institutes of the Socialist patty and the suppression of th6 sale of drink in co-oper�-tivo societies." 'From the state legis-dlars under certain conditions; you ^ lation was asked for "prohibiting sale know that, same as in Calgaiy and to minors; providing for adequate aJUi-other Alberta business centres, It alAihot instructidn In the schools; tho should be^ rigorously enforced for the establishment of sanitoria for tho alco-benefit of the taxpayer by the civic i,oi sick; the protection of families of employee.and NOT by the Interested j drinkers; the banislimeut of alcohol V AN OPEN LETTER TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR (Dear 9h,-t lierehy certify that you have the makings of a good lawyer, in sofar as the taking up of either side of any case goes, and hammering your opponent out of court just for love of victory regardless of iee or ethics. You know excellently well that wo have a bylaw under which we may enforce payment of licenses by certain transient traders, travellers and ped- taxpayer. acting as volunteer detective. YOU KNOW THIS: yet you coolly argue that the said employee of the city is not required or bound to procure evidence of breaches of this law, but simply to get up and yawn, rub his eyes, and take down the charge �when a culprit is brought forward by some citizen who may have the idea that a passing stranger is robhlng him of the fruits of tax-paying or license-paying. Then you ask if I would accept a 6 per cent, fee from business I could ' procure In this way, under this byla'w, and so relieve your men of their work. After "serious" consideration, I consent, with the proviso that you let me hold up the principal for a year or two before turning it into the treasurer. Neither of us are hogs-except when we contemplate before the trough, yours respectfully, ROBERT SAGE. PROHIBITION AND LABOR , Editor. Herald: The prohibition and iabor piuties are not mutually antagonistic, nor even exclusive of one another, as Messrs. S. W. Tuckwell and J. O, Jones, In their letter to the Herald on Friday would hare us believe. They might be represented as two circles almost concentric that intersect one another, and hare the greater portion of their area in common.  The overwhelming majority In the prohibition party Is not composed of capitalists or gentry, but of laboring jnen^-organized and unorganized. Without these the prohlbiUon party on this continent could not have carried a single state, province, county or municipality; but with these the party is sweeping on to Continental prohibition. As for the great Labor party, it is largely prohibitionist, even here in l�thbrldge, though Messrs. Tuckwell and Jones may not yet have awakened to the fact. liCt me substantiate from recent history: In 1908 every member of the l.a bor party in the British House of Commons voted for the "Licensing Bill" that promised local option Immediately for new licenses, and would have closed about 32,000 drinking places in 14 years. It was the House of Liords that threw out the bill. And of those in that house'voting against the bill, 130 were either themselves brewers or holders of shares In brewing and distilling enterprises. It was the same House of Lords that �wrecked the modest Scottish Local Option bill. �Within the past ten years the Social 1st parties of Finland, Sweden and Norway have definitely committed themselves to National prohibition. It is Michael Tchellsheff, a peasant by birth, and originally a house painter, -who is the leader in the fight ag-�inst the liquor traffic in Russia, and �who last year Induced the Czar to enact a prohibitory law for the whole of that vast Smplre. In the year 1911, the Congress of Danish Agricultural Laborers, a very strong and Influential organization, put ^latlonal prohibition into their programme and ordered all alcoholic advertisements out of their newspapers. In Holland, Austria, S^ft'^itzerland and Belgium, the leaders of labor In the battle against alcohol are Domela Nleuwenhuis, Dr. Victor Adler, Judge Otto Lang and Professor Ermile Van-dervelde, and those same men are the great Socialist leaders In their res pective countries. Says Professor Vandervelde, after urging a strong propaganda, on behalf of total abstinence within the Social Ist party: "In the-field of legislation, the group of abstainers ought to lead the party into a fight against the alcohol capital In all its forms. The meas-�ures to take vary in different countries, with the stage of the anti-alcohol agitation, from limitation of the number of drink shops to total prohibition. But everywhere the Socialist ^party owes it to itself to he in the front rank with those who seek to free the workers from the domination of those making and selling alcohol. . . . One should no more compromise with alcohol than -with the pest or With cholera. Moderation won't go when it is a question of prisons." If there were time and space, one could Quote equally strong pronouncements against the liquor traffic from the other three great leaders named. ;'iMany of the best organized and ' largest labor unions in the above tour countrle;B attack drink in their trade journals; cut out all liquor advertlse-. mi|g|8.1 orbid strong drink of any kind befag?,: used in their trades union homes^. combat the sale of spirits in army canteens, preach strikes on the part of the working classes, distribute anti-alcohol flyers and placards, and put local option planks into their municipal platforms. It.wtll only be a short time in these four countries before Socialism and Labor are definitely pledged to nation al pjTohibition. As for Germany, in the year 1909, the -whole party directorate of the Socialist body, with Bebel at the head, issued the following statement In advocacy of a spirit strikis: "In one Place, German workmen, your opponents are vulnerable. There a blow can be given the exploiters, heavy and crushing, yet 'without danger to our-pelves. That place is spirits-the jBOst ot the poisons of the from all hospitals, prisons and asylums aud also from all public meetings; popular votings in which vomen should participate, for the gradual suppression of sale,'' were also asked for. As tor America, when Messrs. Tuck-well and Jones undertake to damn the prohibition party they are at the same | time stoning the great Labor leaders ' on this -continent-men like John Mitchell, J. B. Lennon, P. J[. Arthur, Terence Dowderley, Tom Lewis, James Simpson and Chas. SteMe. Says (Tom Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers Union: "Because the liquor traffic tends to enslave the people, to make them satisfied with improper conditions, and keeps them ignorant, the leaders ot the trades union movement are called on to fight the saloon." Eight out of the eleven men who compose the executive council of the American Federation of Labor are total abstainers. Just recently the official organ of the Brotherhood of Railway Engineers said ot the liquor traffic: "Well, we are for prohibition-prohibition that will make it criminal to manufacture, to sell, to buy or to use intoxicating drink-criminal and impossible." But why IS it that the Labor party the world over has of late years become so strongly prohibitionist?- 1. Because of the scientific, hygienic character of the new anti-alcohol crusade. 2. Because it is the greatest sufferer from the liquor traffic. 3. Because it finds entrenched behind the traffic Its cfld enemies-Capitalism and Aristocracy. 4. Because in order to battle suc- cessfully against capital and privilege for the better hours, the increased wages and the healthy surroundings that Messrs. S. W. Tuckwell and J. O. Jones speak of, Labor finds that it must be sober, not drunk-that it cannot mobilise its forces effectively and lead them on to victory, it in a befuddled condition. No, it is too late in the wortd's history for the Tucfcwetl-Jonas party to save the situation for the licensed victuallers by trying to paw up in the face of Labor the dirt of animosity and the dust of reactionary exploded arguments. If these gentlemen have got caught in a back eddy in the stream of progress, they certainly have no right to speak for the great body of working men the-world over, who with full head on are steaming forward in mid-channel. Sincerely yours, A. C. BRYAN. TrueWendeiin Grimm Alfalfa Seed For sale by grower of 1857 variety, acclimated to northern conditions. Grows when all others fail. Low setting crown with many ibranching roots insures against drought and winter killing and grows fine stem extra early forage of perfect balanced ration to develop bone and muscle in young stock to highest degree perfection. , Money making seed producing proposition. My GRIMM ALFALFA seed is recommended iby highest authorities, including Prof. 0. A. Zavitz of Ontario Agricultural College who bought 800 pounds. Guaranteed by the 'Montana Seed Growers' Association who awarded It first and special prizes and first to compete for world's prize at the Panama-Pacific Exposition Guarantee certificates with each sale. For small orders, send 10c for circular, sample and prices. W. M. WiHiams LOOKOUT RANCHES  . An Exclusive Insurance Business PERSONAL ATTENTION Companies Strong, KeliaWe Prompt Payment of Clalmt when you have an EXCELSIOR LIFE POLICY or GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE POLICY or NORWICH UNION FIRE OR SICKNESS POLICY. Other lines of Insurance as v^ell PLATE GLASS, ANIMAL, AUTOMOBILE W. A. Levitt Box 518. SHERLOCK BUILDING ^fireproof: OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS AND SAFETY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building in the West. Coolest rooms in summer. Fire and sound-proof construction. EIevator..iServicc. Running water in all suites. Gas installation for domestic use. Furnishing by arrangement. All enquiries at the building any time-Ring elevator bell in hall. Ayction Sale OF Horses AT LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON Sat. Mar. 20th AT 1 P.M. SHARP. 65 HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS-From 3 to 9 years old; weights from 1000 to 1500 pounds. 4 Lumber Wagon*. 4 Sets Double Harness. 2 Seta Single Harness. 1 Fanning Mill (Minneapolis Cleaner) neaHy new. 4 Heating Stoves. 100 Feet of 6 Inch Stove Pipe, nearly new. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH-AUCTIONEER. PROPERTY FOR SALE JPOR QUICK SALI3-Cheap, a new house, 12x24, two rooms well finished, also shed 8x14; must be moved from present location. Might consider monthly payraenis^^P^. Box B47. SO-6 FOR SALE-Special snap: storey and , half six roomed mod'ern residence, 1321 flth Ave., on car line, close to 12Ui St. Price $2400; small cash pay-tnont, balanco easy. Apply 1212 Gth -�Vvenue South, 78-G LOST-FOUND _ LOST--On TuesdayT^a" largo Cameo Brooch, separate gold band. Reward tor return to Herald offlce. 81-0 The Pony Express ARE ESTABLISHING A BRANCH OFFICE IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE For the convenience of their many friends and patrons on the North Side. Orders taken at R. BALDRY'S STORE, 13th ST. Phone 1655 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Ofnce-C. p. r. Freight Sheds PHONES Office Office Ktables 1163 462 1664 NOTICE Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. BELGIAN CAFE NOTICE IS IIBRraBY GIVEN that the parluerslitp heretofore subsisting ibetween diaries Loo, Loo Lip, Loo Tal and Loo Suey as merchants in the City oE Lethbridge, has this day been dissolved. All dPbts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Charles Loo at the former offlco of tho partnership, and all claims against the said part-nership are to be presented to thr said Charles Loo, iby whom the same �vrill be settled. Dated at Lethbridge, this 16th day of March, A.D. 1915. (Signed) CHARLIE LOO, LOO BON LIP. 81-2 W. S. BALL, Solicitor. TO ARTHUR A. JOHNSON RAYMOND, ALBERTA. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CL'aSSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN-i said premises. YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT The Standard Trusts Company has commenced a mortgage foreclosure action against you claiming the sum of $9,540.09, and tliat in default of payment ot the said sum tho mortgaged premises, ibelng all of the south-east one quarter ot section thirty-three (33) and the west one half and the north-eMt one quarter ot section thirty-tour (34), all in towniship six, (6), range twenty-one (21), west of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, he sold and the amount realized to (be applied in payment of costs and sum claimed and further I claiming for deficiency judgment , against you and tor possession of the MASSAGE SUPERFLOUS hair REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M. Holmes graduate ot the Pennsylvania Ortho-psedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish). Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by ap-pomtment only. Room 1. Hull Bite. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haariem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates giv en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. _ UNDERTAKING HARLEM MONTANA T. 8. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER & FUN ERAL DIRECTOR-803 3rd .\ve. S. Phone 1S02. Open night and day. 43-0 MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Ofiice 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. McNALLV-109 Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 S!.vth Avenue. Office hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Offlce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DP. TAYLOR--Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours lU-12; 2-5; evenings hy appointment. Phonue: Offlce 341. Re-sideace ii93. DENTAL PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-PIano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. OTRSING MISS L. F. McKEE-GraiTuate ot Sara a-ritar. Hospital and Rotunda Hos-pUal, ireland. Medical, surgical and obst'^rical nursing. 701 5lh Avenue Phone 793. 12-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-324 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists in chemical cleaning and dyeing. Prompt service on out of town business, call, write or phone for price Hsi. Phone 1812. 21-0 OR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate ot Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offlce: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. 3 70-0 DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-Dentistf Successors to Drs. Stewart aud .Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig-tnbotham Block. Phone 37'* DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member of Royal College ot Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collepe of Physicians (Ix)ndon.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: ft-8 Llgln-botham Block. YOU AR-E FURTHER NOTIFIED that if you dispute the plaintiffs claim, you must file a demand of no tice or statement ot defence with the Clerk of the Supreme Court at Calgary, Alberta, on or before tlie 10th day of April A.D. 1915, and in default ot your so doing, the plaintiff may proceed and judgment may be given in your aJbsence and "without further notice to you. Dated this 2nd day of March 1915. SHORT, ROSS, SErLWOOD, SHaW & MAYHOOD, Calgary, Alberta, Ad No F Solicitors for the Plaintiff. I'll find a stenographer for you-one who Is capable, conscientious and accurate. A young woman whom you'll be glad to add to your office staff. lAMAWANTATL lOopyfight, uu. l>� fortat PortsrJ 25 Words, 25 cents an insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Position as houSekeepei in country, or on cook car.- Apply In person or hy letter to 61C 16th Street North.'  78-5 WANTED-Position as traction engineer by experienced man holding final papers. Apply 406 IBth Street South. 81-(1 WAN TF,D-Position as housekeopei tor hacliolor or widower hy a young widow; good cook; have one hoy aged seven. Apply Box 85, M. P.) Tabor, Alberta. 79-6 ? > ? > > ? situation. Apply Box 4 Herald ? Office. 76-6 : ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? � ? ? ? ? > MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Good stock saddle; must be cheap. Apply Box 1 Herald. 80-Ox WANTED-Good second hand car, tot cash, must he cheap and in good repair; five passenger preferred. Apply aud state lowest price to Box 41 Lethbridge lleTald. 79-3 WANTED to hire 2 or 3 good work horses for the summer; will take good care of them; plenty ot pasture and water when not In use.-Address Box 6S, .Magrnth, Alta.____77-G IimtSlSS FOR SALE-Horses, bug"-gics and iiarncsa wanted. I will pay cash for same. Write or phono W. J. Dodds, Phone 1553, Lethbridge Feed and Sale Stables. 7G-6 SITUATIONS VACANT WXnTBD-Immediately, first class teacher, capaWo of teaching riidi-s| ments ot music. District has two-roomed cottage- and five acre lot with stable and outbuildings; suitable for married teacher. Apply H. C. Briggs, Butte Lake S. D. No. 1381, Wooltord, Alberta. SO-G WANTED-A young woman or widow without children for housework on a farm about 2 miles from the city. Apply Box 16 Herald.__81-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-British Columbia 10 acre Orchard Tracts; convenient to market; low prices; ?10 monthly; no interest. Write for Surveyor's reports. Columbia River Orchards, Limited, Nelson, B. C. 78-12 FOR SALE-The north half of Sec. 13-7-18, west 4th; all prairie. Halt cash, balance easy terms. Apply N. Lakeman. Windy Ridge, Alta. 78-C FOR TRADE-Well Improved .% section of land one mile from town, for house iu city. Also Vt section with well, fenced, shack, good barn; 80 acres broken, for house property. Room 3 Macdonald Block, Lethbridge, Al'borta. 80-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WANTED-A competent male Hiook-keeper. Apply giving references, experience and salary expected in own handwriting to Box 49 Herald. 80-Ox WANTED-April 1st, competent man as bookkeeper and stenographer for wholesale house. State salary e.v-pected; references required. Apply Box 25 Herald. SO-6 �WANTED-3 men to appoint agents. Salary $18 weekly. Will pay more later. Black Diamond Stove Polish Co., 69 St. Patrick St., Toronto. 79-3 In the District Coiu't of the District of Lethbridge IN T!HE MATTER ot the Estate of Oswald Joseph Lehmann, late of thr City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, Carpenter, deceased; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the estate of the above named Oswald Joseph Lehmann Avho died on the 2nd day of DecemJber, A.D. 1914, are required to file with David Horton Elton, Barrister, Suites 3 and 4, Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, by the Third day of iMay, 1915, a full statement duily verified ot their claims and any securities held by them, and after that date the administrator will distribute the assets ot the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has ibeen so filed or which have heen brought to their knowledge. Dated this 16th day of March, A.D. 1915. DAVID HORTON ELTON, Solicitor for Administrator, Address: Lethbridge, Alberta. Approved-(Sgd.) J. A. Jackson. Ad No. K WANTED-Men and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learning; fools furnished, graduates make big' money," Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, - 60t-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-^0 AGENTS WANTED "BILLY- SUNDAY'S MESSAGE AN-METHODS- Extraordinai-y revi-alist. Quarter mi'ilion converts. Thrill'ui; book. Everybody orders. Make six to ten dollars daily. Sample book froe on promise to convass. BlJie House, Brantford. Sl-!i TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING. Kingston 706 3rd Ave. S. Samples and self measurement formi sent to out of town customers. 70-0 AUCTIONEER ACCOUNTANT w. D. wing-Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and of the Institute ot Chartered Accountants in Alb�rta. Acadia Bldg., Lethbridge. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful' Mn4 'Prompt Service W. A. HENDERSON 4. COY. Lethbridge : : : Medicine Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountant* Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing,-and Trust Work, Investigations, rfquidatlons. Acadia Building, Letnbrldge Resident B, J. RITCHIE PATEH80N, Chartored Accountant (S/oLj W. L. WILSON-Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all Kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Offlce at the Wilson Furniture Co,, 404 13th St. N. Phone 1023 Residence Phone 585. Downtown offlce at the Lethbrldgb-Wey burn Realty Co. Phone 1173. HAY, GRAIN, FEED NOTICE BILLY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE-Great opportunity for man or woman. We will pay you ?120 to distribute it in your neighborhood. Sixty days' work. Spare time may be used. International Bible Press Company, 182 Spadina Ave,, Toronto. No. 40 FOR SALE-Cheap, 6 Black Pug Pfip-pies, pedigree stock, parents imported. Apply Geo. Jones, 968 10th St. South, Phone 1561. 81-6 EGGS FOR HATOHTNG-From pure bred and bred to lay Buff Orpingtons, R. C. R. I. Reds, Wliite Rocks, from good laying and good exhiibltlon strain, ?1.50 per 15 eggs. Ten acre irrigated tract for rent cheap; close to city. Carpenter work or any kind of work 1)y day or contract. Apply W, Holmes, 222 18th St. N. 80-6 FOR "SAL&-One brown mare; this mare is In foal. Would make good pet for children or ladies. Apply. Box 5, Herald office. '80-6 FOR SALE-A few household effects, also onp violin, mandolin, dra^wlng board and set ot drawing Instruments, carpenter tools including steel mitre box and 100 ft. steel tape. These tools have to be sold to clear up an estate. Applv Fred Lehmann, 918 10th Street Soutii. 79-0 FOR SALE-Roll top desk. Morris Chair, Dressers, Turkish Bath Caibinet and a quantity of Bed Linen. Can be seen at 1203 3rd Ave. S. afternoon or evening. 79-Gx SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR TRADE-6 room fully modern house to trade, close in. Will consider clear vacant property. List your properties with us tor trade. Wanted 10 cheap improved Vt sections on easy terms. Room 3 Macdonald Block. 80-0 FOR "rRADE-4 rooni house on dou-fble lot on north side with small en-cum'brance, to exchange ' for cheap piece of land," Improved or unimproved. Have vacant' lots and cash tor good agreemenls of sale. Room 3, Macdonald BloC'k, Lethbridge. 80-0 BALED HAY & STRAW-Seed Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germination test. Feed of all kinds, carloads or less. Inquire for quotations. Storage space for rent. Frost proof bas-ement for perishable goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. 73-0 WESTERN hay, grain AND PRODUCE CO.-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Alfalfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats! Bran and Feed. M. MoMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave, South; Phone 496, Lethbridge, Alberta. 73-0 MEASUREMENT AND APPORTION MENT OF THE WATERS OF THE ST. MARY AND MILK RIVERS AND OTHER TRIBUTARIES IN THE STATE OF MONTANA AND THE PROVINCES OF ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN, UNDER THE TERMS OF ARTICLE VI. OF THE TREATY OF JANUARY 11, 1909. Notice is hereby given that hear ings will be held in the aJbove matter in the Federal Building in the City ot St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday, May 2-Ith. 1915, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the consideration of the question ot the construction of Article VI, of the Treaty. All parties interested in the atiove matter are entitled to be heard with respect thereto before the Commission. LAWRENCE J, BURPEE, Ottawa, Canada, WHITEHEAD KLUTTZ, Washington, D, C Secretaries, International Joint Ad. No. J. Commission. FOR SALE or Etxchange-Okanagan, B.C., orchard lands; all bearing and well improved; will accept clear title prairie land as part payment.-N. B. Peat &. Co., McDonald blk. 77-6 FOR SALE-American Banner Seed Oats. These oats have been very carefully grown for a number ot years on clean summer fallowed land, and every possiible pains taken with them. All seed is carefuflly cleaned IJiree times and graded. Wo are selling while they last at 8.5c f.o.b. Nobleford, (sacks extra.) Phone or write at once. The Nobleford Foundation Limited, Nobleford, Alta.__C8-0 FOR SALE-The imported Hackney Stallion, Prince Laurence, 520 (9P93), a dark chestnut, star, fore hoof heads and hind ankles white. Apply Wm. Watt, 032 12th St. S., City. 75-G FOR SALE-Buff Wyandottes, 2 pens 1 male and 4 females, prize winning stock, for ?10; 1 pen, cock; 2nd Calgary and Lethbridge show, and 4 pullets, 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullets, same shows, for ?20. Apply P. King, city. 76-6 TO RENT-530 7th St. South, 6 room fully modern cottage, possession at once. N. B. Peat & Co., Agents. 80-6 PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAITS -Outdoor Photography a,nd Amateur Finishing. All work guaranteed. Geo, TIso, 906 Third Ave. South, Lethbridge. 69-0 PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. STEAMSHIP AGEKCY SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamen Allan Line Royal Mall Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York anu Canad at] service, Cunard Line, New York and Canart-liii service, Canadian Northern Royal Mai; �tearaers. Donaldson Lino to Glasgo^w. .�\nchor Line to Glasgow. Buy your tickets where you get S. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. R. Ticket Agent, Letixbridije. for" sale OR trade-B. C. Fruit lands, in tho celebrated tobacco plains near Flagstone, B, C. climate ideal. For information apply Leth-bridge-Weybum Realty Co.. Ltd., 1262 1st Ave. South. 6^ -0 TO RENT TO RENT-6 roomed modern liouse, furnace; 937 13th St. S., $15,00 per month. Apply British Canadian Trust Co., Conytieare Block. 75-6 TO RENT-Five roomed cozy C'ottage hot and cold water, good Wg lawn frontage, pleasant location. Apply E. Marks, 624 9th St, South. 75-0 TO RENT-640 acre farm 8 miles from Conrad station on Weyhurn line, good buildings, all fenced, on crop shares, rent. Also 160 acre farm two miles from Whltla, Alia., house and some fence; good well; crop shares or oash rent. Address Box 21 Herald offlce. 74-G TORENT-A slsTrobm moderiTbrick cottage, a well fenced yard, situated G15 12th St. S. Reasonable rent. For information apply to the Palace Clothing Store, 70-0 FOR Sale-?15.00 per 100, $140.00 per 1000, baby chicks. Hatching eggs $6.00 per 100, White Leghorns. Skinner and Blenkhorn, Nanaimo, B. C. 62-35i FOH SALE-Cheap for cash, gent's wheel, nearly new; solid oak writing desk, flat top, automatic locked draw era; small oak table; couch, Morri chair, rattan chair; also team demoj crat with brake, or would trade forlj wagon. Apply 970 10th St. S. 61-0: FOk SALE-Malleable iron ranges, Il|| down and ?1 per week. Apply 412 4th Avenue S. 280-0 BOARD-ROOMS WANTED-Two roomed shack on the south side. Apply I>.0. Box 545, City. 79-6 TO RENT-No. 6. Strathcona Court, one of the most complete bungalows In Lethbridge; gas range, electroliers and freshly decorated, moderate rental Apply quick to Fred W. Downer Victoria Mansions or to C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Block. G2-0 FURNISHED ROOMS-Best la cltjl for the money. Steam heat and plent? hot water. Located right down towjj in Ibusiness section. Rates to suif everybody. $5 to $20 per month. Apj ply Mrs. Hansen, Southard Blk. 78-i TO REN'T-A largo, toitTght, attractivti room witli largo clothes closet, liof and cold water, in private home wi^ every convenience. Apply 610 8th South. _ 73-11' FURNISHED ROOMS-Central~6"55 tion, steam heated and nicely furnisl: ed, at reasonable rentals; suited to light housekeeping.-Miss Smith, roo: 3, Union Bank Bldg. 77- TO RENT-Furnished room, on cojl line, with telephone connection; $li per month. Apply 616 10th St. 47-Oj TO RENT-For a good room with a' modern conveniences, steam hea^ shower baths, plunge, etc., apply M. C. A. 24- LOTS FOR SALE SN,\X.-Two lots North \Vard, on block from car line and school. Ow)|l er must have cash at once. No re sonable otter refused. Box 43 Heral| Office. "i^- ;