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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSOA Yv MAY 6, .1915. CAMPAIGN At Tllli meeting wjtl Tekeh; all are' shown on the map. BRITISH AT EXPOSITION Saa _May PLOT TO SEEKER AFTER IE After having occupied a position on the land offlco steps for over ten days in order to get first oholce on n home- stead near a- man Walker and his two sons are anxiously watching for developments of a- plot to rob him of his place. It appears the homestead, which is some fourteen miles west of 'Vulcan; -is a coveted plec" of land, and this morning. -Mr. Walker got word by long-distance that certain men were on the way to Leth- bridge. Some fun is exuqcteil beiore the date of filing, but Mr. Walker says be Is ready tor all and sundry. NOVEL OPERATION Paris, -May young sergeant in the French army, from whose heart a splinter of a hand grenade was ei- tracted by Dr. Beaussenat. chief of the military hospital, was presented before the Academy of Medicine last night, by Prof. Armensaud.ot Bordeaux. The patient was 'wounded ..October 1, at Hubert when the steel fragment ot ihe grenade penetrated his diaphragm h'rancisw, -j------- nprjcardium and cardiac muscles, Day, May 24, 1915, will be observed Ttthin thsj right ventricle. The at the big-Exposition m San Fran- remilined four and a half Cisco, as "British Empire Day and r WM ejtracted: The the special- itature will be thf ue memoration of 100 vears uitinuiiitiuu. ui among English will e com- u was declared to'have been i unique in the annals of surgery Con- L.-J jifrintUv wns experienced uong English speaimg people. _ diflicultv was experienced whole the.piece tion including the grounds, handed over to the British tee, which has .prepared a most elab- Loaaon, May 6.-The Dai graph's correspondent at Kottei telesraphs. irom the northeast of fpres, where the Germans are making tremendous ef- forts to advance_ south from Graven- "The British are clingine tenacious- IT to a group ot villages and hamlets corner, although, at several m remuviug wic slipped from the forceps several times. The soldier now is.considered cured, as his heart acts normally, a) wW'7.falahd South Afri Austra- ....ica, and be represented 'in their national games and events, !such as maypole--dance, athletics, The WAS FLYING FLAG Penzance, England. May invest today the death o Cap. inquest toaay mw tain Gunter of the American BURGLARY INSURANCE FOR Your or Business Protect Yourself Against Burglary Iloiiscbrcaking and Larceny (Theft) W. A, Levitt Box 518. House 4trt Ave S. Phone Changed PROM TP 1318 A to number will bring Rtiponte for Draying LIGHT AND MEAVY Coal, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain. The City jCai-fage.'Coj mans are sending all available rein- to this small zono ol fleh'ting la a desperate attempt to push hack the British from the line .which, il held, threatens to prevent the enemy from reaping the advan- tage from tte ground captured in last week's May Postpone Election Till Late in Fall Ottawa, May has been an "on" day with the election prophets. The'prevailing opinion at the capital tonight amongst those who profess to COMPANY :tf-. PATS Slontr.eal, Can- adian has authoriz- ed. second uni- versity .compariyvfor. oyerseas service, to go as a'reinforcement to the Prin- cess Patricia's Canadian "Light Infan- try. -The company will.5je command- of the contingent O.O.T.C, with Captain. -Percivai iAIblspn, also, of the ifoGili as second in command. Recruiting for the company has al- ready been and many names have been received. The company veVdi'cV reached was "heart failure ac- celerated by the shuck c-ajised by the pedoed. SIX MEW IN LIST Medicine Hat, Alta., May more Medicine Hat men are. included S the casualty list issued ichard COX..S. Dent, A. Clifi, J. Good. all, T. Aitkenhead and W. Wade, alt ounded. PROTESTSUSELESS London, May S.-In a..statement ondemninr the of poiionous gas- Tbv the Germans, Sir John: French onciudes: "I am of .the opinion that he enemy has definitely decided to Agents Wanted Hail Insurance We want live agents for The Farmers' Mutual Hail Associa- tion of Iowa, at. New Dayton, Macrath. Wrentham, Burdette, Graesy Lake, Foremost, Retlaw. This Company paid more losses to the fanners in Alberta in 1914 than tbe five other largest companies doing business, at a cost to the farmers of only six per cent. Write or see us at once: Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Circfuj and Prompt Service SALE OR EXCHANGE KQU, 8ALM OH high, dhus' 'Jack' tor Ior Hir.. good stock can bo the farm.- NoblO Foundation Co., Ltd., NoblD- ford, I'll thousands of pie If they have found heirloom or jewel that you have loit. The very first thing to do when you've lost any- thing, o' found any article of value, Is to send word to the Wants. FOR SALE OR C, Fruit, lunds. In the cfilctbrat'ed Tpbhaco Pinihn near Mega-tone, B. C., climate Ideal. For information apply Loth-.. bi-idgo-Weyburri RealtyCo.. 'Ltd..1 1268 l8t Avc. Soiltll. -Oi IN RESIDENCE' PROPERTY IN EXCHANGE FOR CLEAR TITLE LOTS ON 'WATER AND SEWER> AND 'NUMBER OF" FtOOMS IN- HOUSE; ALSO VALUE OF PRO- PERTY AND AMOUNT OF EQUITY. BOX 1043, LETHBRIDGE. 122-6 King Edward Transfer PHONE 652 OFFICE OTT'S BARBER SHOP TRUNKS MOVED, ANY PART OF CITY, 25c All Transfer Work and Coal Orders Solicited M. P. JOHNSTON Alberta Block P. O. Box Leihbrjge HATCHING EGGS EGGS for hatching, fro pure TO RENT TO RENT IConirttM, Forott 25 Words, 25 cents an insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Oapablc Rcneral girl lor general house- Apply 'J. Harris Co Em- ployment Agency. O. 'Box 531. Phone 1412. P. ward maid. Hospital. and bred to lay Buff Orpintons, R.C. .1 Rhode .Island Reds; per 15, or per White Rocks, stock good general [sale; 10 acre irrigated tract to rent; I Applv Children's Shelter. servant. 123-3 Nicely, furnished rooms in fully modern house in a very centra! locality. Light house- keeping privileges given and terms reasonable. Apply 803 6th Avenue South. TO roomed cottage, fully modern, 512 Dixth Ave.. South. Will rent cheap. Apply C. C. Pagnuelo, Phono 543. 123-n TO house, modern conveniences, rent moderate, close to centre oi city, one of the best resi- dences in city. None but responsible' parties need apply. Apply to Uox 2i) Herald. 123-0 TO bedroom's, furnished, with use of dining room, light house- keeping; modern house; rent moder-- 1-Hli st. S. TO modern dwelling, with gas 10th St. S.: partly furnished, if F. W. Downer, 'Victoria Mansions, or C. B. Bolvmau Agency, Acadia -bids.; 'phone 1325. 1 Hoimes, 322 18th st. EGGS FOR now on a lira ited supply of pure-bred single comb Rhode Island Red eggs, 51-55 per set- 1324 4th ave. N.; phone housework. Apply phone R. CIO. 123- to up general house- work on farm (i miles out; four in family.Call at 644 9th st. S. be in touch with what is going on iniwil! be composed of graduates or un- tie inner oirbles is tSat there is less denraduates of universities or their probability of parliament dissolving I friends. Conditions of service and there, was. a few days ago, and rate of pay will-be the same-as in tbe that there will be no election- at least tiis-side or September.. other units of the C.B.F. BIG ORDERS SECURED, BY KINGSTON COMPANY Canad- ian; Locomotive -works bas .secured-a new contract for shells for 4.5 guns he enemy se these gases as a normal procedure nd that protests will be-useless. THE TRAGIC MESSAGE Vancouver, May 6.-John Taylor a olicitor in the attorney general s ffice in Vancouver, received from the ront a letter from his son Edmund, with another son went to the ront with the Highlanders regiment ttom Vancouver. A few minutes ai- K receiving the letter, -which was trSat-his_ son ad Vpres. 6ERMANS 'MARCH with TOO employees. At present 18- pounder shrapnel shells ire being made. The company is alto neiptiating with the Russian government for loco- motives, and it is expected a contract will be secured shortly. Orders.from Belgium are also pending. CANUCKS RESPONSIBLE FOR GERMAN LOSSES Ottawa, Ont., lughes is of the opinion that tbe Ca- .adians have no reason 'to be discour- iged over what has takes place so far. The Germans, by their own admission, lost in dead in the battle in which the Canadians were probably iheir only opponents, and their total casualties must have been enormous. Tht heavy German were doubt- less due as mucb to the splendid fight- ing an'd sbodtinjt qualities- of the "Can- mdlans as to their disposition to at- tack, in clMe formation. THROUGH SWITZERLAND Paris, May. soon as Italy de' Clares war, Germany will invade Switz- erland with two army corps, occupy- Zurich and the country around it. The -Liberte. Information from Ber- lin shows that the German plan -which has been worked out is as follows: When Italy intervenes, the Kaiaer will Inform Switzerland that he no longer feels-.under obligation to re- spect her neutrWityY alleging ,that Italy already'has violated it by flying over tie Swin .territory. Germany will also assert tnat she feels-bound to protecBher interests in the Gothland Rail'way, which is under German and Italiin'control. While one.corps en- ters other will march from Constance, the two planning to effect a junction at Zurich, where important industrial machinery wifl be invaluable to army. CASES ON DOCKET DAIRY IN SUPREME COURT The following additional cases will be heard before the Supreme Court, which .opens Tuesday, May 11: Bank of Commerce vs. H. Parsons; H. O. Myers 'will appear for the plaint- iff and Prowse Lyons for the defend- tnt, Arthur Hayr vs. R. Ling; 'W. S. Ball for plaintiff, Conybeare Co. for de- fendant. Patterson vs. Continental Oil Co.; Mackenzie fe Menzie for -plaintiff, W. S. Ball for defendant. -Percival vs. Mark E. Wilson; R. A. Smith for plaintiff, Poapst Virtue for defendant. Byers vs. E. Byers; R. A. Smith for plaintiff, H. G. Meyers for delendant. t Co. vs. B. C. Trust Co.; H. Ottiund for pliintlff, D. H. Hton for defendant. Whitney Central National Bank vs. Huff; Johnstooe t Ritchie for defendant. HERO VALUED AT CURED herd of cattle.'Valued at which for the last months has been under quartine here because of foot and mouth disease, has been pro- nounced cured, and probably will be released from Quarantine this week was announced today. Dr. Joseph Hughes of Chicago, a veterinarian, said that every trace ol the disease had been stamped out, ant that" the herd had successfully passed the tests demanded by the govern menL It was declared that the tes> demonstrated that the disease is cur able, that it is non-recurrent, and ths the cured animals are not carriers o the disease. McNnlty; Conybeare Go. for plaintiffj R. A. Smith for de- t. J. J. McPighe of J. B. Mc- Pilhe; C. E- {or plaintiff, D. H. Elton for defendant Lead Co. TI. Dokkin; CANADA WOULD SEND TWENTIETH CONTINGENT Montreal, Que., May eral Sam Hughes, minister ot Militia speaking at a largely attended tsrvic in St. James Methodist church, wa loudly applauded when he said th terms of peace would he. dictated i Berlin. .After referring to the splen did heroism of the Canadians In th recent fighting In Belgium, Genera Hughes said: "We are sending a se- ond contingent, with a third In a wee or two. A. fourth is almost ready. the need exists, we will send a fifth tilth, tenth and even a PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO modern, eight-room f house, B-iO 9th street south. .This is j an exceptionally good. house, beauti- fully rent reasonable, pos- session at once. B. B. McCarty. Men ana women to learn Hie barber trade; wanes whllei learn- ing; tools furnished, big money. Cais'K Barber College, 60i- AUa. graduate) mako FOR Fully modern 6-roomed house, well furnished, with .use of piano; rent veryx moderate to right nar'v x 'Phone 1205. or apply 1313'-6tll MASSAGE SUPEHFLOUS HAIR SHAMPOOING-Mii. K.M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho piedlc Institute, Medical Massage and Electri- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic LIE" Treatments, Electrolysis and 3flam- poolng Treatment! given Or "P- pointment only. Room 1. Hul. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. ,Van Haarlem'. Privat. HosplUl Maternity Home, Special rat" v- on application. 1224 'th Avenut South. Phone 74S. Two well known men were appre- ended by the police lor stealing elec- ric light nttings from a vacant house iclbngins to Mr. 'Reamond on. 13th Street betweea 7th and ;9th Avenues. Jonsiderable damagt, has been done iteiv to empty houses .in the, eu-v, uid on April 17th a petition to have t stopped was sent to the commis- ioners. This was signed by over lop ames, among them that .of one o! ihose who has been caught at the ame work. -.At the police court- this lorning the culprits were fined S10 Mid costs each and ordered to pay he damage which amounted to Caught at Coutts Charged with removing mortgaged property from the county In which it wss mortgaged, Nordqulst, a farmer, residing.untll recently about line miles northeast, .of Armlngton, Mont.- was arrested at Coutts, just after he had crossed the International boundary en route to Red Deer. The arrest was made by the .Northwest Mounted Police, at the request of Sheriff L, H. Kommers-of Great Falls. T S Funeral Krsctor and-EKbataor; -also agent for the Somerville 4 Gran He Worts, of Calgary. Court House. Phone Resi- dence 284 7th Ave. 117S. Open day and night, v'- S Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL DIRECTOR-SOS 3rd Are. 9. Phone 1802. Ooeu niBhU.and.iJay. Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area of the most fer- tile land in Western. Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from }11.06 to J30.00' for farm lands with ample, rainfall-irrigated from down; Balance within 'twenty years n irrigation districts, loan for farm luildlngs, etc., up to also re- payable in twenty yeara. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm loldings by getting-adjoining land, or secure your friends- as- neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON.'Oen'l Supt. of Dept. of Natural C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA OK WILSON A SKEITH Alberta PonyExpresa and Trwwf er vo. T.. fv-.m, Protests the election of the t Dunlop for plaintiff, R. and controllcri of Ottawa gnlth fw defMidut. bare dropped. _ V LIGHT. ANO HEAVY. TRUNKS ANO FURNITURE REMOVED phone Street PRIVATE HOSPITAL UNDERTAKING MEDICAL FURNISHED -housekeeping rooms, all gas. Terms reason- able. Apply 1010 2nd Ave. S. 123-11 DR. W. S. Surgcea, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third ATonue. Phone 1355. OR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1366 Sixth Avenue. Office hours Office Phone 319: Residence 1090. DP. TAYl.OR--Ear. Bye. Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bids. Office hours by ap- pointment. Phones: Office 341. Re- sidence FURNISHED loca- iou modern, nicely furnished, with or. without light housekeeping facilt ties at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, room 3, Union Bank building. 123-6 TO room, on car line with telephone connection; ?10 per 616 10th st. 103-ox TO a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat shower oaths, plunge, etc., apply Y M. C. A. DENTAL PIANO TUNING i. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT'TUNER- Flayer'-Piano and" Organ" Repairer; years factory experience, Hon- ou-s Certificate MT. Assn., London, England. Reference to'the leadins musicians of the. city. Phone 1168, 1253 Gth Ave. A South. OR. M. J. graduate of Royal Collere of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and bolder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Omce: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block.. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtiee uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone A1U. ORS. MARRS AND Successors to' Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clurc. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900. CLEANING AND THE 6th St S, opposite the Herald, are specialists in rhem ical cleaning and djeng Repair ing and altering our specialties Rig calls and delivers. TAILORING CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILftRING Kingston. 706 3rd Ave S and self measurement to out of town customers J PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue North. W. A. HENOER30N COY. Hit Wlnnlptg Chartered Aeeeuntiirti Accountancy in all Its branches: Audit, Secretarial, A'd- visory, and Trust Work, tiiations, LIuuidatioDi. Aeidia Building, hesldeiit J. RITCHIE PATKRSON, Chirtwtd AccauriUnt Hours: 9-12; 1-5. botham Block. Office: C-8 KIlll PIANO TUNING L. N. been tuning for Mason Risch over a year and a half. They would not have me tune their pianoa if my work were not absolutely perfect. If you want your piano tuned and. voiced pro- perly, give me a .trial. Leave ord- ers at. the store. Phone 791. L. N. HOCKETT. i vr Counaught Mansions {fry at moderate rental a very dc-. furnished housekeeping i Suite Ior couple only. Private veran- dah, gas range, ireo laundry and phone. Apply .at the .Victoria. Man- sions Office, 3rd Ave. S. Phone. 836. iSOrO TO room "House, corner of 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S., equipyied. witll gas, suitable for lodging house Reasonable rent -to -sattsfsntory tui ant ApplJ E Agen y BldE J-4 A.W.HIIO i ae no -J Business Opportunities FOR buys fully ped barber shop, very central and good business. Reason for selling St boith ''f t, 4- month K 1) -m a lol son's TO "istjl-.S.L .S, S .roomed, house modern newly decorated good gaideu Apply at once to Arthur 6th'St. S. snap Apply Bos 81. Herald. 106-24 FOR' BO'ilSO1- at: Harelip, ville w6rth iliO; to-trade .for motor- cycle in fairly good order. Write Box 3.33, roomed cottage, !4x24 on- two Alexandra Add. rerms. Apply Box 32 Herald. 119-Ox FOR SALEVAt a b: of land also "oil iargain, 160 acres lease on same.'; 01 13.UU u" within four miles.of the Foremost well-' will sell land or lease separ- ately Apply 'C. S. Farrow, -Box 477, nui_ij. .-__.. Lethbridge, or office. Laundry Co' Ltdj of E. i oi section TO house, modern conveniences, rent moderate; close to centre of city; one of best residences in city; none but' responsible parties need Herald. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Five good store show cases in', splendid condition. City Second Hand Store; 406 5th; Street South. heavy .teams. I'rcfer voung mares, nrice must right. Apply C. S.: Noble, Nobleford- phone, l.ethlmdge. -123-0 FOR A't' "a bargain, one Na-, o secon lional cash practically new, township 1 range west olthb: twenty-seven keys, .tape connection..; tih median, 3r acres nndec cultiva- i Original cost For cash at SpO. Creek runs erald Office. .IQjjj AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the WiUon Co., 404 13th St.' N. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town offlco at the Lethbrldge-Wey- burn Realty Co. Phone 1173. fgiB one erey: worked stallion brand- ed on'left'thigh reversed C over 6 over F over S. Am holding animal. 3wner can nave same by-paying dam- ages and cost of this adv. Phone R. SOS or address C. Selk, New Dayton, HAY, GRAIN, PEED BALED HAY A Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed ot all kinds, car loads or less. Inquire for Quota- tions. Storage space for rent. Frost proof basement for perishable (.oods. Hyde SaunderB. Phone 1244. 'P. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO- DUCE and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and' Upland .Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South: Phone 196, Letllbridie, Alberta. Shoe Repairs t FRANK 4th Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will fee called for and delivered. THIS PAGE GOES TO Pf.ESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO KNSURE IN- SERTION THE4-.UM8 DAY AS all an, ac Deer Creek runs j A pply Box 17, Herald Office. on a -hro'ugh place, no buildings. Ericc S80p. For particulars apply T. reward ror recovery of one years old, branded VX Ol left thigh, and N-on right ilwulder; height eronniT MOOlbs.- otify Dase Bros; Taher. Alta. place April SALE-At. the .Bentley. Co.'s "loa B old stand Electric coffee mill, black ash grocery counter, ury "gpqds c'oun- ter, black ash adiu'stablc. shoe shelv- ing grocery large awning.. and a quantity .ot sundry., Apply room 11. Stafford Block. la2-3, o my FOR to sell a young horse, 3 years old, broken to saddle; will sell 50, Herald Of, fice, IMPOUNDED In' the 'pound located on the N. W. quarter of "Section one-aged black mare in poor condition, white scar, .small, dew.lap H pawso dale, Alta. n6 visible brands. -W. Jr.1, Ponndkeeper, Coal- NOTICE NOTICE is licr.eby. given that the partnership exiating 'between Jim At carrying on busi- nessras the Empire Caie, Taher, Al- berta, has been dissolved, anil all ac- counts must be .'presented for settle- ment by the first of June. After that date the business'will be carried on by Jim Yock. 123-3 "Gold Coin .Potatoes Ma- turld .and-Well Graded. Per Ton-' A. CASAUBON, Lethbridge FOR seed; tion test It's good; its well rip-' ened, it's clean; it's'for-sale at aO ner 100 Ib sack; lots less than. 100 Ibs, Sc per Ib." John MCD. Davidson., Alta. VJUlilUillW, j_____. FOH SALE-Clcan seed.wheat, flax and-wcstern rye grass. The Noble- Foundations, .Ltd., iNohleford, Alta. A Jieap and in good 'condition. -lating price to Box 7, Herald. Ill-it canoe, good condiHon. Write Box 21, Herald, stating HORSES FOR .the LethbrUlgc' Fccrl and Sale Barni- 20 hcnd of Marcs .Geldings AH r Proprietor. PHONE ;