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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 7, 101.1 umn little Exchange Tomorro Shoe Repairs While Yon BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRINO STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES QUICK AND RELIABLE Shoes called for and delivered frank Miles 511 4th Avenue .South Phone 171" Put Name, Address and Phone Number m Your 'Wan? Ad. When Possible. We Have a System Provided by Which an Advertiser Can Con- ceal His Identity When it is Ab- solutely Necessary that He do so. THE experience' of many.; acltierfcisers has shown the advisability' of affixing name, address and phone number to advertisement they publish. This makes it possible for readers to inrc-atigate the offers adver- tised with the smallest possible amount of delay or difficulty; and it should be remembered that the easier you make it for people to inquire about your proposition the easier it will be to get results. Under a limited number of classifications it is sometimes impera- vtiTO-ttat- count thess classifications practically on tie fingers of one hand. They are: "SITUATIONS whtre alraady em- ployed quietly seeking a bigger, more congenial or "HELP WANTED." where an employer wiihei to ncure the services of a compsisnt --vitf-.cut "titling a hint of: tilint. thorough lurch'leik out. AND where the boarder .detirM to be -lure of satisfaction in the boarding before breaking the news of departure at the old. "BUSINESS where the fact, prema- turely told, that a certlin bullneti li on the market might prove harmful to the proprietor's trade. That is about all. The Herald has provided means by which the person whose proposition demands it can advertise'in secret, On request, a Herald box number is substituted 'for name and address id your ad. Answers cpme to one of the boxes and may be called for or are marled outside Lethbridge when postage is furnished. It is not an idle assertion but a fact easily demonstrated that some one among the readers reached by the Herald has what you want or -wants what you have. Let the "want" ads introduce you. Adopt the better address and phone you can. If not, inaert a keyed "want" ad. If you are Living Outside of Lethbridge, you can insert a Want Ad., keyed or otherwise Want Ads Must be Paid in Advance. IHE LINE OFFICE IS When the tailed space in front of the land otlk-e was cleared this morn- ing at 9 o'clock as is the custom to admit applicants for the day's an attempt was marie to crowd out the men wfeo 'were already there. Four toughs had been hanging around all night but the men in the line kept vigilant watch so that- there was uo chance to steal a place until this morning when onp formidable., ruffian tried to buck He-was unsuc- however, ..and .retired dis- gust. No further trouble is expected. SHERLOCK OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL SUITES, VAULTS TY DEPOSIT DRAWERS. Most up-to-date building in thb West. Coolest rooni8Jin similar. Fire and aoucd-jiroof tlon. Elevator service cvory flay of the year from S a.m. to 10 p.m Running'water iu.all suites. Gas installation for domestic use. Furnishing by arrangement. All enqulrloi at the building any elevator bell In hall. Phone Changed FROM 438 TO 1318 A cull to thlt''number will 'bring (V Prbrript i LIGHT AND HEAVY Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Hay and O.rain. The City Cartage Co. NOTICE EUREKA COUNCIL DISCUSSES WEEDS AND HOSPITAL GRANT Grassy Alta., May reguliy meeting of the council of Eureka .municipality was hold in .town on ..Monday afternoon. Reeve ifcLe'ilan and, Councillors' Carruthers, Stalker, Scott and Barrett being ..present. The jv'eed question was discussed, and the secretary was asked to. -write the department of Agriculture: at Ed- monton in regard to the advisability of securing the services of a qualified man as weed inspector and the pro- bable cost, and. also as to what the government purposed doing in regard to the weeds in unorganized districts, The matter of aid to the hospital was considered, and Councillor Scott gave notice that at the next meeting he would introduce a bylaw to raise {3000 by a levy of a tax of an extra mill on the dollar aa a grant to the hospital. A bylaw fixing the locations of pounds and' .appointing the pound- keepers was passed. Another important matter discussed was the impounding of stock, and the solicitor was Instructed to prepare an amendment to the pound bylaw defin- ing the kind of fence through .which stock-must go to be liable ior im- poundment. It was agreed that a law- ful fence should be as defined by the provincial law. SUIT FOR PROFIT HE MISSED New York, N.Y., May for estimated profits on an or- der for rifles and cartridges totalling in value in value, presum- ably for use in the European war, was filed in the Supreme Court here today by Robert de Ciairmont of tbis city against Richard Tjader. The sum sued for represents, it is set forth, the profits which would have accrued to Clairmpnt had the defend- ant kept an alleged agreement to sell him rifles and rounds of cartridges. Ciairmont charges that he found a purchaser for the goods, but that Tjader refused to deliver them. It ts not disclosed for whom the munitions were ultimately intended. To Lev! McCaskill, and To: George JlcSowan, both of Chin, Alberta. You are hereby notified that the Standard Trusts' company have re- covered judgment against you in the sum oi and taxed coils oi S114.35, making in .V.I the sum of in respect of a .Mortgage i foreclosure action instituted by them against you on the 15th day of Sep- Itcnihrr. "l914, covering the north half of Section Sixteen (16) and all of Twenty-one (21) in Township Ten (10) Range Nintceen (19) West of the Fourth in the Prov- ince of Alberta, and that if you do not pay the amount of the judgment and costs and interest therein from from the 1st of November, 1914, with- in three months from date, an appli- will be made that the mort- gaged premises be sold and the amount realized by such sale lie ap- plied in payment of the judgment obtained against you, anil for a judg- ment against you and both oi you for any deficiency. Dated at the city of Calgary, this i 1st day oi May, 1915. Short, Ross, Sehvood, Shaw Jlayhood, Solicitors ior the Plaintiff. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 C ireful and Prompt Service King Edward Transfer PHONE 652 OFFICE OTT'S BARBER SHOP TRUNKS MOVED, ANY PART OF CITY, 25c All Transfer Work and Coal Orders Solicited SALE OK EXCHANGE on high claiss Jack for' fcalo of will ex- change, preferably for! :hprscs. His 'good stock' win 'bo Beoir.ftt; .thb fimn Noble Foundation- .I.til., Noble- toi'd, Alta. tL Pli ask thousands of peo- pie If they have found thu helrloonvor jowel that you have lost. The vary first thing to do lost any- thing or found any article oi value o send word Wants. TO It SALE OH 0. fruit lands, in tho celebrated Tobbacu PlnlnB near Flagstone, U. 0., cUninto idoal, For information apply' brldBO-Weyhurn IlonHy Co.. L.W., 1282 ,1st Avo. South. CP-0 IN RESIDENCE" PROPERTY IN EXCHANGE FOR CLEAR TITLE LOTS ON WATER AND SEWER; STATE LOCATION NUMBER OF ROOMS IN HOUSE; ALSO VALUE: OF. PRO. PERTY AND AMOUNT OF EQUITY. BOX 1043, LETHB'RIDGE. 122-C TO RENT HATCHING EGGS EGGS for hatching, from pure-bred and bred to lay Buff Orpintons, R.C. Hhode Island Reds, White Rocks, S1.50 per 15, S7.00 per 100, stocv lor sale; 10 acre irrigated trict to rest 33.00 per acre, or will ssll Holmes, 222 ISth st. N. (Copy Irfit HI) toll Do Iforost Porter.) 25 Wordi, Insertion. Six Insertions fer'the price of Four. MUST Bt.PAID. IN.ADVANCE. Nicely funiisueil rooms In fully modern house in a very central locality. Light house- keeping privileges given and terms reasonable. Apply 803 6th Avenue South. SITUATIONS :VACANT Capable general servant. if) othJSt _bouth __ WA N GirP housc- EGGS FOR now on a Urn ited supply of pure-bred single comb Rhode Island Red eggs, per set- 1324 4th ave. N.; phone 476. WILHELMINA CASE IS SETTLED London, May owners of the American steamer Wilhelmina, ac- cording to the Daily have re- ceived what they have pronounced to Ts a handsome and generous settle- ment at the' hands of the British gov- ernment, namely, full value of the cargo at .Hamburg, at war prices, which was more than double the pric- es at English ports, as well as in- demnity for delay, altogether approxi- mating The original value of the cargo was PROFESSIONAL CARDS fcirl fir general nousc- Apply J Huni. i Co Em- pldvmeut .Agency. .Phone 1412. V. 0 Box oil '-23 j WANTED A good general servant. Apply Children's ShHter. 123-3 and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn- ing; tools furnished, graduates make big money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, G01-A Centre Street, MASSAGE GUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED- MlM K.M. graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute. Medical Massage and Gymnsstlcr Electrl. cai Vibrators'and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Snsm. pooler Treatmeati liven 6? pointment only. Room 1. Huu PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL -MM. Van HMrtem'B Prlvutt ana Maternity Home. Special'ritM gtv. en on application. 1th Avenue South. Phone 748. ___________ UNDERTAKING T S Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Soraerville Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661 Resi. dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER FUN- ERAL 3rd Aye. 3. Phone 1802. Open night day. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repa'irer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., .London, England Reference'.to tie-leading musicians'of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South.______ CLEANING AND RYEING THE St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists in chem- ical cleaning and dyeing. Repair- ing and altering our specialties. Rig calls and -delivers. Phone 1812. TAILOBING- CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILORING King ton 706 3rd Ave S, Sample and self measurement fbrm to out of town customers PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR piANO-Wrlando 1101 7tli Avenue LIEUT. MATO MucDONALD, M.V.O. Commander of the machine gun section of the first liattalioo, first contingent. He was killed in a gal- lant (ght with Ills men to save ills rqachine guna. HENDERSON COY. dgi Medicln, Hat Winnipeg Charttre.1 Accountancy in all- its branchei Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, 'and Trust Work, tlfitloae, Acadla Building, Lethbrldgi R. J. niTCHlE PATEH8ON Chtrturtd Acccununt MEDICAL FUKN1SHI2I) housekeeping rooms, all conveniences, gas. Terms reason- able. Apply Ave._ S. 123-0 PUflXISHEU ROOMS-Central loca- tion, modern, nicely furnished, with or without light housekeeping iacili- ties at reaspiiiiljle rental. Miss Sraitli, room 3, Union Bank building, .122-6 TO I roomed cottage, fully modern, 512 Ilixth Ave. South: Will rent ciieap. C. Pagnuelo, Phoiiii_513. _ 123-0 FOR HENT Six roomed moiicfiT house, S32 7th St. S., reasonable to Kood tcnnant. Apply lo R. Gib- bons Co. Phone 1191, Balmoral Block. __ __ 12jM TO KEN'r Two bertrooms; furnished, with use' of dining room, house- keeping; modern house; rent moder- ate. 1-lth st. S. 120 OK uNy modern dwelilnKT with gas connections; 211 10th st. S.; partly furnished, if retiuired. Apply R YV. Downur, Victoria Mansions, or C. B. Bo'n'man Agency, Acadia bldg. 'phone 1325. ___ 'Tinj' modern, eight-room house, U-10 9th street south. This is an exceptionally good house, beauti- fully decorated, rent reasonable, pos- scssion at once, B. B. McCarty. 120-C FOR RENT modern 6-roonieu house, well furnished, with use of piano; rent very -moderate' to right 'Phone 1205, or apply 1313 Cth nve. S. _ _____ The .'Comuuicht Mansions offers at moderate rental a 'very de- sirable small furnished housekeeping suite for couple only: 'Private veran- dah, gas range, free laundry and 'phone. Anply nt the Victoria Man- sions Office, "3rd Ave. S. Phone 630. I 120-0 TO room, on car line, with telephone connection; ?10 per CIS' loth st. roonvwith all modern conveniences, steam shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. DR. W. S. Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2 3; 7 8 p.m. Office 314 Third Avenue.7 Phone 1353. OR. 109 Sherlock Block. Residence 12G5 Sixth Areaue. Offlce hours 11 12; OiBce Phone 318; Residence 1090. ___ _ _ _ DP. Ear, Eya. and i FOR buys lull? equip- Throat; 115 Shc-rlock Bldg. Office I pod barber shop, very central and hours 5; evenings by 1 good business. Reason for selling, pointment. Phonee: Office 341, Re. change- of occupation ior health. A Business Opportunities BideuoB 59S. DENTAL DR. M. J. graduate of Royal College ol Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1171 DR. L, T. (successor to Drs. Coirrfies uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. Mac'-lonald Block. Phone 1165, LethbridKe, Alta. DRS. MARRB AND snap. Apply Box 31, PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALHMxit 50'xlSO1 at Hardic- ville. worth ?110; to trade for motor- cycle in fairly good order. Write Boi S3S, FOR roomed cottaue, Mx24 on two lots; Alexandra Add. 1'erms. Apply Bos 82 HeraM. LAND FOR SALE FOR a bargain, 160 acres oi land also oil lease on same j TO room nouse, corner of 2nd Avo. and Sth St. S., equipped with gas. suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. Acadia Bldg., 3rd Avenue Phono 1325. FOR 0 room modern house 13th St. south. Rent per month: 'Apply' K., D.. Jphnsbn at Mpl- soii's Bank. ''100-0 TO 319 IStli St. S., 8 roomed house, modern, newly decorated, good garden. Apply at once to Arthur Hayr, 6ih St. S. TO house, modern conveniences, rent moderate; close Jo centra of city: one of host residences in city; none but''responsible parties need 25. Herald. 123-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Successors to Drs. Stewart and Me" within four miles oi the Foremost I Sou _ _. "at _n In-icD cnnir- 1 Clure Hours: 9 to 5. Offlce. Hig- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem her of Hoyai College of Burtons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College cf' Physicians (London.) L.D.S. 1900 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. botham Block. Offlce: G-S lligin- PIANO TUNING L. N. been tuning for Mason RIsch over a year and a half. They would not have me tune their pianos if my work were not absolutely perfect. H you want your piano tuned and voiced pro- perly, give me a trial. Leave ord- ers at the store. Phone 791. L. N. HOCKETT. AUCTIONEER V. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all Uiniis conducted on reasonable terras. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wiiaon fur niturs Co., 404 13th St. N. 1023. Residence Phone 585. Down- town office at the Lethbridge-Wey. burn Realty Co. Phone 1173. well will sell land or lease separ- ately. Apply 0. S. Farrow, Box 177, FOR good store show cases in splendid condition. City Second Hand Store, 406 Sth Street South. FOR SALE-Seed wheat, oats and potatoes. Also hay; in. stack and a Lethbridge, or office of Lelhbridge fced oais. ff. H: Pawson, phone Laundry Co., Ltd. __ 121-0 R_207 Coaldale. ____ TIio'N. E. i of section 10 or 15 heavy teams. 4, township 1, range 12, west oi the young mares, price must he 4th meridian, 35 acres under culliva- i tion, all fenced. Deer Creek runs through place, no buildings. Price For particulars apply T. 0. Foster, Laird, Mont. 123-6 t. Applv C. S. Mohle, Nobleford, 133-0 LOST-r-FOUNB for recorery of one light years old, 4th St. ami 2nd Ave. S. ami 18th St. and 1st Ave. N., 1 auto crank. Please jeturn to 32C Oth .134-8 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test. Feed of all kinds, car- loads or less. Inquire for quota- tions. .Storage space for rent. Frosi proof basement for perishable feoods. Hyde Saunders. Phone 1244. p. O. Box 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN DUOE anil Retail Dealers in kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay: Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. M, McMahon and C. McClonaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Letiibrldt'e, Alberta. IMPOUNDED In the pound located on the N. tniarteV of Section l-S-20, one aged black mare, in poor white scar on each shoulder, email dew lap between eyes, .no. visible brands. W. H Pan-son Jr., Poundltecper, Coal- dale, Aita. Shoe FRANK Avenue S. Phone 1717 and shoes will io called for and delivered. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION THE, AS ORDERED. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership existing lietween Jim Yock and At Kivay, carrying on busi- ness as the Empire Caie, Taber, AI-. bcrtn, has iiccn dissolved, and all ac- counts must foe presented for settle- ment by the first of June. Aitr.r that date the business will be carried On by Jim-Yock. 123-3 PoDyLxpress and Transfer LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING TRUNKS AND FURNJTURE REMOVED Phone 082 I FOB a .bargain, one Na- itional cash register, practically new, i twenty-seven keys, tape connection. Original cost 5125. For cash at Apply 13ox 17, FOR the Hcntlcy Co.'s old stand. Electric coffee mill, DlacK ash grocery counter, dry goods coun- black ash adjustable shoe shclT- Mne, grocery shelving, awning, ami a quantity of sundry items. i Annlv room 11. Stafford flloch; 123-3 I foil io sell a young I horse 2 years old. broken to saddle; i will sell 50, Herald Of- j fice. _ I seeil' germlna- tion Utt 9a% Its good its nell rip ened iti clean its for sale at oO per 100 H> sack lots lest, than 100 Ihs Jc per Ib lohn McU Davidson I oaldale _Alta____________ 1.0R b seed I flax ind weitetu Ijo grass (Tlr -1-'- roundjtions Ltd Nobloford V smsle fJiiggy, MUSI be heap and in good fopdltions Write film's price to 7 yKerald canoe SQOd eonaiilon Write "1 stating prlci __ HORSES FOR "no1 At the Lethtmdo'e Sale Bar i head of Mares Geldings VH Broken W J. DODDS J'rftprielof. PHONE 1B52 ;