Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 2

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 6

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE TWO THE LETHnrUDOE DAILY .HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1914 was goo J advertising more necessary than.nowv--Ngver. was., it. to read advertising (tan-now Buyers are asked to consult our ad-' vej liseinen ts for full informa- ipn about roofing natters. rVeiiyant you to become ac- quainted with the numerous merits of GIVEN ROUSING SEND-OFF AND FIVE DOLLARS EACH FROM THE'. CITY t is recognized all over ths world as the modern, scientific method of covering Jl types of Ixinu, :hurches, apartment houses, firm build- ngSj factories, vrarchouscs, skyscrapers, chool and university buildings. THIRTY IN CONTINGENT CranbrooK. B.C., Nov. farewell concert given by c and j D companies, Kootenay Regi- ment to their i'riciids leaving for the front on Saturday night, was very well about 200 being in at- MORTGAGE RALE SCHEDULE "A" Pl'RSl'AN'T to the Order of; Hir. Honour J. A. Jackson, made herein the isth clay of October 1914. certain action wherein Trail U Uu.m toa Mcwburn is Plaintiff and L. Bvnuiii. I.aban C. An- Lyrkimin, Charles Q. Lyckmun. Fr Lyckuum r.ncl Alfred Lycfcuv.ui, iu The Governor Company of Advo tiuvrs of Knsland, Inulins; into Hit son's Hay, Thomas s. Kotierly. Wes eru CLUiiuiti Agency, Limited, Uen bo( and Joseph Howard, arc Dol'en ants, the following hauls' in the 'J'r vincti of Alberta, ncmely: That pa col of land in tho Province or Albert of Section Twenty-four in ship (10J, in Uange Twenty-Hire West of the Fourth .Meridian, e citing Ihi-rcout and therefrom tli hum contained in Certificates of Tit' teKdimcc. Tiie concert 'was onniptl Jit! contained in CertUleatos ol Till S p.m. by G. Hungcriord S'ofccn.l' 1 and l.o-.Vb., contamm v.-ith a few words, the 314.0U acres more or less, llescrvm folKnvlan in lively time, i UIltu His -Majesty, His Successors an iruniental solos were ably "render-' Assigns all mines ami minerals an bv .Messrs. Scott and Stewart, man-; the right to work liie same, will b mninp- Davo Baldwin, concertina: offered for sale by public auction {j J blaster Vincent and .Miss Wanda Finis. I Friday the Kith day o; November 191 ami piaao. suea at the hour of Twelve o'clock neon, a by tho re ji mental cjnarteite, A. Ka- worth, Oscar Fedlier and Miss Hew- itt: The St.. Jolm's Ambulance Corps, represented by Miss UfeMa Drimioud, then presented the soldiers with belts and sox. Speeches were made by I. Hishest quality possible to laalre. It. Greatest durability in any K-cathcr. JU. Gturanteed in writinj, 5 IV. Most reasonable in price. AKEBICJL'S OF There .ire altrsrcthcr -many- pessimists In this country, -n-iio .are kicking alioiit the' cffsct' of the European vrr.r on 'Comlns' as It aid immediately a "period- of -depression it- kiriuled anew in ths minds of Koma people tho feclinfr that prosperity troiiM not return for a long1 time. .As a matter of fact the war's big- cost will fail on -Europe and as scon as the Qna.1 treaties ot peace are siimctl the commercial ami financial ascen- dency of the United Stales is Abound to we tv-ill Jiave to fret and fiffura out ways and means to f-11 orders helping to rebuild Europa and ;we will have no time to lament over anything As a result of tho irr-r there ;has been a more or less dlsar- ransrair.ent of business fi- nance, but it is now %rcll in har.j! and will entirely stop as soon an I; peace is in and that -should bo soon. This war 1ms given tne Ur.itctl States a Greater to j i other liKtl! f 'German forcipm commerce 13 stopped and the com- ;merce of other .European, nations 'at war i3 very severely effected -A large part of this trade will .surely come to us if we are pron- ;.erly equipped to take it over. flTie opportunity prescntri re- .Quires a flrst-class merchant ma- which this country has not since the Civil war. frith the re-eatablishment of.a merchant marine the commerce of the 'United .'States will ajrain be 'transported1 to all parts of ilio world in American bottoms, and we will become the greatest a- hancial power In tha world. We believe some new records for big- .business are not far ahead for ths on tire United States." of Let'as supply A'nierica's This alone will ma improwB greatly. Messrs. Thompson, R. E. Bent- tie, Sam Mcclonald, 5lajor Pollen and Captain Bavies. The concert broke at 11 o'clock with "Tlpperary" and Save the King." Thirty men left for the front yes- Uerday. About 2000 citizens, the lo- cal band and two companies of the j 107th turned, out to see them off. Toe 11 ay and .'tfiree aldermen presentee them with; out of the cit> funds; qervice was held for the men at the'Presbyterian church before the train left. Rev. Mr. CtarUu'-of Calgary is Tisit- ing., in town, and will 'iecture at the I Presbyterian church this. week, j Percy Neil has returned from a "months' business trip on the prairies. Miss Eertua Hickeubotham. who has been taking a holiday Coast, re- turned home A'farewell party was civen by the Methodist church to Percy Adlaird on Saturday mgiii, about being in at- tendance. Percy'left for the front on Sunday. the Court House in the City of Letl bridge. Sale to be subject to a Reserved Bi look i pie was an evidence that the Mormon bad: over the many pleasant even- reople- were located in Canada which you have sp-nt with us rmanenily. _ during the twenty-five years of voiir Among; the interesting reports was membership. As a small token ofour ;that oi George Green, Bishop of appreciation we .would ask vou to ac- Thel lerald Want ac boy says: I'll ask thousands of.peo pie If thoy. have found th taelrlogm or jewel that yo have lost. The very first thing to do when you've lest any- thing, of found any article of value, Is to send word to the Wants. by De Forest Porfcr.) WANT ADS, 5 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BOARD AND ROOM FOR a good room with all ern conveniences, 'steam heat, hower oaths ulunge. etc., apply Y. C. A. iOOM AND "fully mod- rn rooming house; rooms SS up; also ght housekeeping rooms: cheap eatal Inquire 53-1 Gth St. S., Phone 41. LIQUOR LICENSE OBDINAXCE. for Transfer of Wholesale Liquor License Application has been made by Her- ann Mayer for consent to the .trans- to himself of the license .srauted coi> B. R'euisr in rcspsct to a store tuate oa lot thirteen ElocU yen Plan "Lethbridso 4333 Ali'erta. If necessary chis application will be nsidered by the Board 01' Liceuse aiamissioncrs at a- 'meeting to be Id in the Town Hall, Macleod, on inrsday, November 25th; 1914, at o o'clock p.m. Dated at Edmonton this SOtli d; October, 1914. JOHN'D. HUNT, UATIONS WANTED flret clnss accountant to keep sets of accounts for business not requiring ti mini's whole time. Phono or write Box 40 Humid. 272-7 SITUATIONS VACANT to ilo housework anil wind children. Apply tiCO 9th Street South. for goueraOTuus? work. Must ibe able to do plain cook ing, Apply Slil Sth St. S. woman fbi iiousework, aood wages to right party U. L. Wheeler, Phono 80ti. Box 207, City. OSTEOPA'THIC PHYSIC-SAN anil women co icarn Barber Trade. Eight weoka required; lositious or locations secured as soon as compsteut; graduates maUe big money; catalogue and terms free. tloler Barber College, 6'J4A Centre St., Calgary. TO RENT TO RENT L. B. Member ot Col- lego Physicians nnd Surgeons, Al- berta. Biilto Slfi-lS. Slierloclc Bldgi MASSAGE ....7-rooniotl house, fully mod- ern, in first class order, per month. See Pagnuelo or Phone 543. O six roomed moclei ouse-, 13th St. S.: ?1G per month, Ap !y to K. D. Johnson, Molsons Bank O single rooms, antly fumishetl in the Whitney Blk ow under new management. Applj oom 3. 271' 6 room modern ouse near car line, for rent cheap P. Johnston Co., Alberta Block [tone (151. O roomed modern cottage 617 12th St. S., is fenced and there barn in rear. a month. Appl> alace Clothing Co.. 5th St. S. 0 modern storey and Uf house. No. 1607 7th Ave. S. Five oma and 'bathroom, Cull size cement seinent; per month. Apply 1516 Ave. or 32G Gth St. S. s'iSritD ot city, infinly furnished and asonable; rental to suit one or two. ss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank ing. Deputy Attorney General. 'WHOLESALE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 245 2nd Ave. S. Phones 755 and 1755 Of All Kinds Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freigh! Sheds modern 7 roomed nse. close in. "Will gire lease for .ny length time; also one furnish- ed room to let. Apply 313 Gth Ave. A S. or Phone 720. TO vacated, an eight- roomed, storey and a halt cottage; modern, cement 'basement, furnace, storm and screen v.-indmvs, gas range olothes. closets, aacl even-thins com- plete, on car line, 1200 (Hh Ave. S. Itent per .month; shed .for auto- mobile. Apply to owner. E. U: Ry- lands, 603 12th St. S. ROOMS WANTED room board in modern house, close in, or furnish- ed room suitable -for light housekeop- ir.B. Apply Box 3 Herald. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Miss K, M, Holme? graduate ot the Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics, Eiectri cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Llgh Trnitincuts, Electrolysis and Shiim peeing Treatments 'given by ap PC'iiUh'ent only. Room 1. Hull Blk PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Frivuto Tlospkal and maternity Homo. 1224 7th Avenue Smith. T-lmnp 7'IS R. W. a Surgeon, Accouolior. Hours p.m. Office Third Avenue. Sherlock Uloek. jMSsldi-iice 1256 Sixih Avocue. Oliico jours 11-12; j.3; 7.8.30i offi'jo iihotie iaonee lono. ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS GIVEN. Apply 5Iiss Kilmer. Phor.e 7S3.' 14th A'VC. S. DHESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. B. J. Pannoll, Room 41, Dominion Dldg.______ HAIR WORK HAIR COMBINGS may be left at 309 5th Aye. South and -be mane into Sv.-itches and Cm-Is, at reasonable prices by Miss Ruth Jordan. 272-6 EDUCATIONAL Da- C, 0. Physlolan. Sur- peou, Aocouchor. OlQco at reeltiouce corner 5tS Avonus South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-0; 1-3; 7 to E Phono DR. Ear, Eye, Nose and rliroat; Dominion Building. Otficu Hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; ovcnlugs by nppolQtmont. Phonos, otfieo 341, resilience iiSKt. Tor n holder ot n omnon Dental Certlflcate. Offlcg: Rooms ana 6. Bryan Blnck. to Drs. Coirtlco nnd Oraduito University of Maryland. Office hour. rTihV B't Piono 1165. _Lotllbrlage, Alta. ORS. pyre. Hours: 9 to 6. Office, 'HIg- iobotham mock. Phone 374 DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College' of (EngJ Licentiate Royal Oollego of (Tendon) LJI.S HOUK: 9-13; 1-5. omco: VIA VI 1900. C-S. KING EDWARD'S brook, B, C. Headmistress, Miss V M. Cherrinston. Boarding school to girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High Sclioo curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Speci.il attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch ing from nature, etc. Write for ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE Co. Electrica Dealers and Contractors. Phone G37 706 Third Avenue South. _____ FARM PP.ODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN G ictail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. The Lethbridge Wey- burn Co., Limited, Commission Mer- chants anil Implement Dealers, .1262 1st Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. Miscellaneous for Sale __________________________j j dark Day mare, har- i nessed, star on face, left hip down, in- I distinct brand on left thigh. re- j ward for notifying Jir. F. Caudwell, SIS IStll SK South. mare, branded J D joined with bar above on right should- er, strayed from Hardieville. Finder return to S. Vaselenak, Hardieville. cept this and we earnestly hope That you vdfl have the opportunity i Lethbridge. tiishop Greeii said that iihey. ,hE-d their house of worship in (Kit city, but that al-.oi weiring.it on nianV i rcacy. it had borne.good fruit. The! Bro. Niraa.'-it aCbtas rae much 1 people iref-that thay now hare a spir-'-'-------- litual home..Bt their., own, and the number oi investigators is increasing plc-ssurc- to .present you with this jewel and we hope and trust that you I will be spared many years to con- ONSEHVATIVE NOMINATION danac, Sask., Oct. J. A. itledse of Unity -was nominated by Conservative convention yesterday tKeir candidate to contest the Fed- seat of BattMord, now repre- ted by A. Champagne, Liberal. every weak. The Bishop stated that tinue in the work "of Oddfellow- they were being treated with the ship, and thai all-thsse years may bo greatest, kindness m LethbrWge, and years oi happiness and prosperity that they .-were, at peace with, their i Signed on bchali of Lethbridge neighbors. Lodie No. 2, The music was under the able E. Theobald N G ership-.pf .James -Walker, and aside from the musical num- bers were rendered by Mr. Lief Eric- son, Jliss Elizabeth Eliiscn and Mr I N. L. Mitchell. President Allen pre- sided at all. pi the sessions. His ad dress on Sunday afternoon was one of the best.efforts of the conference. T. A. Mario x, R. S. New Complete; Accurate: Up-to-Date Printed on ttrang bond paper; tables giving strength of the armies anrf navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of Interest. FREE SUBSCRIBERS lending in Renewal Subscriptions for Three Months or over to THE LETEESIDGE DAILY HERALD Penalty for Trading with British Enemies Ottiwa, Nov. order-in-coun- cil just issued fixes penalties for vio- lation of the order against trade with Britain's enemies. The order states any one of trading with an enemy- is liable to a term of im prisonment not exceeding 12 months with or without hard labor, or a fini of or both. On conviction oi indictment tire penalty is five yoars or a fine cS or both, and the confiscation of goods or money in re- spect to the offence is optional with the court. When a company is the offender, every director, manager, secretary or other officer who is a party to the contract is guilty pf.tho oficncc. OR iron ranges; 51.00 down and 51.00 per week. Ap- ply 412 4th Ave. S. 272- FOR good furniture in- cluding piano, everything necep- sary here for furnishing two G room houses; will be sold cheap. Call after 5 p.m. at C21 llth St. S. FOR heaa sis month old pigs, as feeders; all China and Befkshires. Raymond, Alta. black Poland Brlmhall Bros. TORPEDO BOATS AT- ANTWERP Ixmdcn, Nov. dispatch from Rotterdam to the Evening.News, dat- ed Saturday, says: "Esbchen, a Holsian town on the Dutch border directly norlh of Ant- werp has been occupied by German Midlers and marines, who are prepar- ins winter Barters there. The Ger- many are and f Brussels' Oramnon? ArJver, Lokeren and Ghent Estimates for'all kinds of heating. At our SOAV Office and Showrooms 322 Gth Street South, Opposite Herald. Tbe Standard Plumfi'iog.Cg. S. KNAPMAN Phones: Office 6 p.m. 1892. Very Low Fares in connection with fxcufsions to Old Country Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- .nity and nil.medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duiy also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 141-1 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tlllcy, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A.'MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie. Grad. Nurse. FOR high grade eastern milch cows, Holeteins and Ayrshires 3 and 4 years old; good milkers, some to freshen soon; remainder due in early spring. Will sell in lots to suii purchaser.' Price right. John Patter- son, Cardston; Phone 705. LETHBRIDGE VIA VI COMPANY- (The Herbal System of Treatment etc-' Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. Jaily. 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss E. S. Cook. PIANO TUNINu G. H. CftlPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer; id years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate JIT. Assn. London. Mgland.. Reference to the iead'ing musicians of the city Phone lies nth Ave A South. SURVEYING -F. HAMILTON, S.A.Sc.-Dominlon Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion ft Hydraulic Engineer. P.ooms E nnd Whitney Block. P. O. Boy f.tf Plinn. 1n4; _ PUFF (Win. M ]ia. v.-ards. B.A.SC., Dominion ana Al- torca Lana Eurreyor; Donal) A. puff, Commercial blue irlnt. ing, clril enelneerlnc: and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock ____ AUCTIONEER FOR 512.50; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 3G5 and 1017. Box 1S5S, Letii bridge. For Sale or Exchange FOR EQUI- TY IN P.ES1DBNOB PROPERTY FOR OIiDAK LOTS 1VELL LOCATED ON WATER AND SEWER. GIVE DES- CRIPTION AND VALUE OP PRO- PERTY AND STATE AMOUNT OP EQUITY. P. O. BOX 488, LETH- BRIDGE. OIL STOCKS in different, companies to trade for real estate or live stoclc. trade everything." Wittichen Real Estate Co., Calgary, Alta. 271-5 Ticket Office GAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal mail Allan Line Royal Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star' New York ami Canad- ian service. Cunai'd York and Canad- ji service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers, Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. XorOt ficrman Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- fivo months, stop ovar and ex- vurp and Hamburg connections, Czer- FOR SALE OH one, lour, five and six, Block 28; Lots one :o nine inclusive, Block 29; lots 25 to 20 inclusive, Block 10, making a total o! 18 Iota in all in Alexander Addi- tion, Lethbvidge. Would sell for as- sessed value and take automobile, "Cadillac" preferred, in part payment. Taxes for 131-1 paid. .For. full particu- lars apply to A. R. Vince, 022 23rd Ave. West, Calgary, Alta. W. L. and City' JJcensed Auctioneer. Sales of all Kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales' a specialty. Ofllce at the Wilson Furnltare Co., 404 13th St. North Phono 1023. Tiesldeno Phone CSS 0Jflco at the L-thbrld-e- UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director, and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Ofllce opposite Court House. -Phone 561.. Resi- dence Avi. S. Phone ili'6. Open day and night. S. Y. Director am! Embalmer. 411 5th Strest South, m. nr day. HAY, 6RAIM AND Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue joint mlsed hay, upland hay, oat hay ana Mixed carloads a specialty Storage tor household goods, etc cellar space for rent Hyde anS Saunde.rs, comer 2nd Are. and St. S. P. O. ROT. 1944. FURRIER -TO heavy draft well broken mares or geldings for oats. Brimhall 'Bros., Raymond, ii tension privileges, "nil information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. lr' write R. DAWSON, District Patttnger AJtlit, Calgary, nionitz, Krakan and all other aital points. Iluy your tickets whero you' get (rain. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. E. Agent, Jtethbridge. 1 Real Estate to Exchange I VANCOUVBR ISLAND' acreage near Victoria, exchange for farm lands. "We. trade everything." Wittichen Real Estate Co., Calgary, Alta. 271-5 FOR mT- proved properly to trade for farm lands. Farm lands to trade for Leth- bridgo property.. What have you? Fully emilpncd automobile for sale or trade. M. P. Johnston Co., Alberts Block. Phono 851. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOH. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR T.P ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS OR. DEREO, FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as sooir as pog, slble. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. 222 0 ACCOUNTANT W. n. of tile Instl- stitute. of Chartorea Accountants ol England nrd Wales, arid' of tho In- tute of Chartered "I Accountants fa Alberta. mas.. Lothbrldse. W. A.HENDERSON COY. Chirtered AeccunUntt Winnipeg LcthhrldQi Medlcln. Hal Accountancy In all Its branches Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, nnd Trust Work; Inves- LiQuidations. Acodl.-i l.etlibrldg> Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;