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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAFLY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914 [fever was good advertising more necessary than now-^Never was it more profitable to fcad advertfsfrg tkn bow Re Central Lumber Co� 1407 3RD AVE. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ON Thursday Next, Nov. 5th AT 10.30 A. M. FRANK WADI>IXGTON is favored with Instructions to Bell lir Piil^'ic Auction and without Reserve, tho whole of the Stock of Lumber, etc. CompriBing:-Mouldings. Lattice. Ship i.r.p. Casings. Stepping. Shelving, Flooring, Drop Siding, Clear Cetisr and Kr. Shiut;les. Latlis, Building Paper, Rdhberoid Kooling, Wagons, and also a Email quantity of Office Furniture. The Buildings, including all the FVencing, Will also be sold. Full Descriptive Catalogue on application to the Auctioneer. This Stock of Lumber has been lotted into oouvenieut lots to suit all purchasers. Yard will ibe open from 10 till 4 Tuesday and Wednesday, :!rd ftud 4th, for inspection of stock. TERMS CASH. 'HEY MURDER Men Who Drink Flood of Words Rolled Around Mayor's Ears CONTIXUED' FROM FRONT PAGE ir uce drugs, helpl.M women and in- tocent children, who rely and act up-n the false and pernicious claim that he aerlous diseased condition of al-ohellc or narcotic drug poisoning Is lONLY A VICIOUS HABIT." "In support of this Btateiuent," says the Hon. J. E. Bruce, "I call attention! -"Xo, but a question is before the 0 the declaration of the world's mcetiug and I v.ould like to hear it reatest scientists and alienists that answered." ALCOHOL IS A POISON' and fie; The mayor said that whatever per [act that the medical and scientific cent, was charged, would ha\e to listory and experience of the world apply to all the ta.\payers, ami that roves that when taken and retained , this peicemage would be lixed aiter |n the svstem it creates and causes a JISEASED CONDITION." Do your -81 it any Neal Institute. The Neal Three ln ...........$52.50 ijTOd'Class. ...............J33.7.5 '., Ihformatlon cheerfully furnished ifcyJ'Xnthorized Agents, or M. E. LIOMAN, General Agent, ' Main Street, Winnipeg." ail the tajces had bcsn paid that would be paid, and that the commissioners would not be-injudicious in the matter. VVHKHL-: GOES THAT -1 PERCENT? Mr. Whitlaw wanted to know what became of the difference between the 10 pcrceat. charged the ratepayer and tiie six percent. cTiaiged the city by the bank on borrowed money, and the mayor replied that the amount saved by discounts merely met the bans interest. MORTGAGE SALE SCHEDULE "A" PURSU-WT to the Order of His Honour J. .\. Jackson, nindo herein the loUt day of October 1914, In a certain action wherein Frank Hamilton .Mewbura is Plaintiff and Sophie L. Biirnap, Laban C. Buruap, .\rvid Lyckmnn, Cliarles G. I.yckman, Fred Lyeknian and Alfred Lyckmau, and Tho Governor & Company of Adventurers of Ktiglai'.d, trading Into Miul-sou's Bay. Thonins S. Fetterly, Western Canada .Agenc.v, Limited. lien Talbot and .Joseph Howard, are Defendants, the following lauds in the Fro-viiioo of -Alberta, namely: That parcel of hm.l ia the I'rovlm'o of .Mliertu. known and doscribed as the East half of Section Twenty-four (24), in Township Ten iliO. in Ilange Twonty-three ii:;'.). West of the Fourth Meridi.ui, excepting thereout and therei'roni the land contained in Certi;V.'at-os of,Title "ITl-.N'.F." and ��ITri-X.F.." containing acre;? more or less. Reserving unto His Majesty. His Sueo-t-s.-ors and Assigns all mines and miiieral.s and the ri~ht to work the sanu', will ho olferod for sale l>y jjuMic auction on Friday tlie ISih day of November liiM at the liour of T.ieiio o'clock noon, at tho Court House in the City of Leth-bridge. S.tIc to be s\ib.1pct to a Reserved Bid to be lixed by the Court. Terms and Condition-s will be made known at the time of the sale or can be .isccrtained from t!;e .undersigned Solicitors. Ou the said land there is sai.i to be a one storey frame dwelling Hi.xltl ft. with a lean-to li.Klf. ft., a fr.^ime stable Hi.vlS ft. with a lean-to IL'xltj ft. Tho said lands have been fenced on two sides, but tho fence tluTeon is not now in good repair, .-\bout two hundred acres of the said land is said to have been broken, but none of. the said lands are now tmder cultivation. DATED at Lethbridge, Alberta, this loth dav of October, 1914. COXYBEAP-E, CHURCH, JIc- ARTHUR DAVIDSON. Barristers, Solicitors, Etc., Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge, Alta. Frank Waddington, Auctioneer. Ad Xo. A The \ lerald Want ad. boy says: Wikt Star-Pbouoion line fktkAi SfklUttCS TOJ LIVERPOOL ^f,%'>-f:'" tiatt ,;,v;Fri>m; PilUilANTIC?...Nov.; r.. Montreal � JBa&IAtJA . .C.. ,Tiov. 14.. Montreal mWRE NiTIC:.. Nov, 24.,. Montreal Arabic........Dec 2.: Fprtfand 'ARABIC.......Dec. 3.... Halifax CANADA ......Dec. 12.. Portland CANADA-----. .Dec. 13.... Halifax FRO-M .NEW -YORIC-American Line every Saturday. White Star Line, eveiy Wednesday. � Anntial Escuri^ion Rates on the r^tlwai-s-Nov. 7 to Dec. ?A. Plana ao* open. Book i;arly. \ny Railway or Sitamship Agent :br  W. M. tv^cLEOD, C.W.P.A., Main St.. Winnipeg. ;Sii -.-__y COULD START LIBRARY I Discounts entered into the discussion irom this point, and what some of the ratepayers, who came to the meeting with'the fixed intention oi prodding the mayor, didn't know a'cout municipal afiairs would start the mayor's Carnegie library, while what they thought they knew would fill the archives of the British mu-6eum. '. GOES AFTER R.\TEPAYER ! The mayor took the floor and proceeded to - give a short address on matters undet Mr. Grace's depart-bieat. He started, out by saying that Sir: -Whitlaw had bothered the life ' out of the commissioners frcni time to time -with pet^.tiohs for water,and with J engineering iigur'es that should rightly be reported in the jc�:e column. He said that Mr. Whitlaw was ask-I ed-"What about-tlte ratepayers on the south side"? and he had said, "to with ,them." This made! Mr. Whitlaw- naturally some peeved, and it looked for awhile as if there vvould be some brains to sweep up after the meeting. The chairman in-j terccded, after the mayor had stated that Ccmmissfdner Cirace had au-ihcri'ied him -to mate that statement, and quiet reigned once more while the mayor proceeded to satisfy the voracious appetite for municipal knowiedgiE., CITY EMPLOYEES KICK , Sonie of tlie men who had worked on; the.'sewers in North Lethbridge coniplaiaWl.-'thit 'they had not been vtreated fairly with-regard to wages, ar.d that they had been laid off s^'hsn olilier men-Verc "kept on. The raavor explained tl>at Mr. Grace had allotted the'employment as fairly as he �ccfu]di,aiidMB>ordtt to help out those, men,-who; were, .not used to digging ditches, he had.given- them piece .wur'ic ills't�!,d' 61 day work, It sceiKed that the men had a righteous and just grievance, ai�d the mayor promised lo look into the matter at once and have it adjusted. In regard to petitions for v.-ater, the mayor said that Jlr. Whitlaw had sent in three petitions. The first ones .sh'-'tved that a revenue of cnlv 4 per cent, would be paid on the in-ves-tmrTit, and the council decided that tha citv could not al'.ord to in- New : Complete; Accurate : Up-to-Date Print':d on strong bond paper; tables giving stren 3th of the armies and navies, amount of v/ar debt, grain production, area, population and Btatistlcs of interest FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS sending' in Benewal Subscriptions I'or Three Months or over to THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD stall the ^service with this small revenue,-that the revenue must pay at least 8 per cent, on the capital involved. The last petition had come signed thr^e times by Mr. '>\hitiaw, and when the possible revenue was figured up it came somewhere near fne 8 per cent. But the city was given no assurance that Mr. Whiiiaw would pay for tliree water taps when he useti only one, and the city has no right t^- charge ior something that is not usetl. Furthermore, the burgesses must vote on Ciery expenditure, and a Ur^e numler of them had intimated th..t they would not countsnance ijiy expenditures at this time. X^revious councils had promised all the work that is being done, and when the money 'u-as obtained, it was incum-Lent upon the commissioners to install these works.first. Money bylaws for tiie water extiflisions petitioned for will be put up to the burgesses at the beginning of the year. The mayor closed by inviting any of tie ratepayers who desired information, to either write him or come to the city hall, where a record oi everything is kept for-the con-i-eBiance of tlie ratepayers. The meeting last night became personal at intervals, and at the close oi the mayor's talk it collapsed completely. I-rom the standpcint oi the average ratepayer the meeting was a distinct success, hut to those, who came to stir up strife and trouble, it was a dismal failure. The hall was taxed to its capacity, which shows that the citizens on the north side are awake to the vital ([uestions affecting tneir city,, and at each succeeding meeting tiieir interest seems to reach a higher plane. A ' number of :southsidcrs attended, and the (jues-tions aslced by .some of tlie biggest ratepayers in the city indicated'that the mayor was correct in hi-'i assumption that the 1 per cent, a nionth would bother the big ones. IvIXNONDALE Kinnondale, Oct. 21.-Wm. Maplo-toft has rftiirncd from the Ge!u'!".il IIos;,itul, Calgary, hut aUiiougli W/i-ing lietter he may have to go hack again. :\Us. II. Fetlierstone has gone to Calgary for a'.:. '1 he Ladies' .\id niet at the ho;iio of MiS. li. M. i'aul on V.e;lties(lLiy and quite a I'.t of work was done tor tlie l;a.-::iar. 'i'lic laili.-.s i!crid;d at ti.e nicetMig lo do si);iii!g for llif :-;ui-dicrs. A committee was appoint';! to canvas (ho di.strict for don;,:! ion.s nr.d socks and handlcercliiefs arc being in'ade to send to the i;od Cro-s .Society. Several of the farmers in this district are tri)!.s to liroo!:s for oat.s, whicli tlie government is .sii|>-plying, and a lot of fall work in lie-ing done. I'll ask thouaands of peo-In" fiilly modern rooming house; rooms .?S up; also light housekeeping rooms; cheap rental. Inquire 534 6th St. S.. Phone 441. 270-3 SITUATIONS WANTED | \V.^NTED-By first class accountant to keep sets of accounts for business not requirlns a man's whole time. Phono or .write Box 40 Herald. 272-7 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Girl to do housework and mind, children. Apply liSO 9tli Street Soirfh. _ � 27a-0 WANl^iCD^cnrP'for general"' housework. Must ibe able to do plain cook-Ins. Apply 531 8Ui St. S. 273-0 W.\P}TEU-Experienced woman for liousowork, good wages to right party H. L. Wheeler, Phoue 80i>. Bo.\ 207, Cit.v._-_ 271-ti WANTED-Men ana women to. U-arn Barber Trade. Eight weeks rBOuired; rositions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free .Moler Unrber ColIeEe. 604A Centre St.. Calgary. 202-0 TO SENT TO RENT-A six roomed modern house, loth St. S.; 5H! per mouth. Apply to K. D. JohcEOU, M Olsons Bank. ______tIrZ" TO RENT-Three sfiTgle rooms'^Ie-gantly furnished in the Whitney Blk. Now under new management. A)>ply Room 3. 271-1.! 'r 0~"R EN T-Good G room liVodc'rn house near car line, for rent cheap. M.:p, .Tohnston & Co., Alberta ISlock. Phone G5t. 271-(1 TO RENT-6 roomed modern cottage at G17 12th St. S., is fenced and there is barn in rear. $20 a month. .\.pp!y Palace Clothing Co., 5th St. S. 272-ti TO RENT-Rooms furnished or unfurnished, suitable for light house-kcering; modern conveniences, close in. ' Board if desired. Apply 329' lltli Street South. 274-G LIQIOII LICENSE ORDINANCE Application for Transfer of Wholesale Litiuor License Application has been maiie by Hermann Jlayor for consent to the trans-ter to himself of the license granted Jacob B. Renter in respect to a store situate on lot thirteen (131, Block seven (7), Plan "Lsthbridge. 4353 S," Lethbridge, Alberta. If necessary this application will be considered by the Board o: License Commissioners at a moctins to be held in the Town Hall, Macleod, on Thursda:^.. November 2Gth, 1914, at two o'clock p.m. Dated at Edmonton this 30th day of October, 1914. JOHN D. HUNT, 273-1 Deputy Attorney General. PRAYING Of All Kinds V/estern Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds Office : : 1163 PHONES -j Office : : 462 ( Sta'oles : 1664 __> TO RENT-Fully, modern storey and half house. No. 1G07 7th Ave. S. Five rooms and bathroom, full size cement basement; $15 per month. Apply 1516 7th Ave. or 32G 6th St. S. 2(11-0 fuliiNiSiiED KOO.M-^L'eutre at city, 'omfortable, nicely furnished and reasonable; rental to suit one or two. Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. 271-0 TO RE.\T-Fully modem 7 roomed house, close ic.. 'Will give lease for any length of time; also one furnished room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. A S. or Phone 720. 2fil-0 TO RENT-To parties requiring a very comfortable bungalow for the winter located on 10th St. S., close to the Victoria Mansions, with every convenience, including gas range, electroliers, window shades, storm windows and at moderate rental and immediate iKJSsession, should apply to Fred W. Downer, Victoria Mansions Office. Phone G3fi. 274-0 [ ROOMS WANTED J WANTED-Furnished room & board in modem house, close in, or furnished room suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Bo-^: 3 Herald. 272-6 LOST-FOUND STRAYED-One dark hay mare, harnessed, star on face, left iiip down, indistinct brand on left thigh. $5 reward for notifying Mr. F. Caudwell, SIS 13th St. South._270-6 STRAYED-13ay mare, branded J D joined with bar above on right shoulder, strayed from Hardievillc. Finder return to S. Vaseienak, Hardleville. I 273-6 BY EXPEFIT Estimates for nil kiiid.s of liciiting. \ At our Xow Ollicc and Sliowroorns S22 Olh S(i-ect South, Martins Baggage Transfer Phone 1387 Careful and Prompt Service RANGE CATTLE PRICE UP: HIGH BEEF EXPLAINED fChicago Tribune^ Oct. 20.) Whv is beef high? Range rattle "right off the tjrass," in.-'t^ad of being fattened oil corn and otlu-T high-priced feeds, Bold for over 5;;i)0fi a c^Mlcad in the Chicago mar-i-.ot yestord?.y. Part of' thiem scfid for 10 cf-ntK a pound on tho. hoof. - "Tills examrde, illustrating the advance iu cost of live animals .will cn-�dh]it ihr: pubiic to better understand '�� 1. G. riii'ni I -A. i Hamburg American and all otfter Lines. 'i Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct Bailing. Ant-i;ri) and ilanihury connections, Czjer- ,:io:iitz, Krakan and all other Cont'an-iital liointa. i Uuy your tickets where you get . uur (rain. { S. B. MITCHELL, , C. P. R. Ticket Agent, - Lethbridde. Professional Cards MASSAGE SUPERFLU6U3 HAIR REMOVEO- SHAMPOOING-Miss K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortlw-. paodic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics, (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatiuonts given by ap-rolntnient only. Room 1. Hull Blk. r PRIVATE HOSP/IAL | PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van llnarlem"s Prlvato Hospital and maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue Sdiiili, l-lirinp 7!R, ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LESSONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Filnier, Phono 7S3. 14th Ave. S. 240-0 DRESSMAKING SFWIi""G - Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. IMrs. E. J. Pannell. Room 'il. Dominion Bids._ HAIR WORK KAIR COMSINGS may be left at 509 5th -we South and bo made into Switches and Curls at reasonable prices bv Miss Ruth Jordan. ^72-11 r EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran-brook. B. C. Headmistress, Jliss V. M. Chorrlnston. Boarding school for girls and youns boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Steno.graphy and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketching from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. 257-0 ELECTRICIAN 1 W. L. McKENZIE & Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenue South^_ FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES & GRAIN SACKS-Wholesale & retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload (luotations. The Lethbridge Wey-hurn Co., Limited, Commission Merchants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173. 26G-0 C Miscellaneous for Sale j FOR SALE-Malleable Iron ranges; $1.00 down and $1.00 per week. Ap- ply 412 4th Ave. S._272-C PIANO FOR SALE-Good conditibn; price reasonable. Terms to suit purchaser. 414 13th St. S., Lethbridge. Phone 1152. 274-G FOR S.\LE-Some good furniture including new piano, everything necessary here for furnishing two 6 room houses; will be sold cheap. Call after 5 p.m at 621 11th St. S. 2GS-0 FOR SALE-7 high grade eastern milch cows, Holstoins and Ayrshires, 3 and 4 years old; good milkers, some to freshen soon; remainder due in early spring. Will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Price right. John Patterson, Cardston; Phone 705. 270-G FOR SALE-Alfalfa, $12.50; timothy-alfalfa mixture, $14; timothy $15. Buy direct from the growers through their sales office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and i017. Box 1S58, Lethbridge. 251-0 [ For Sale or Exchange ~J > ? '> *> ''' FOR lOXCHANGi'J-WANTED, EQUITY IN itlCSlDENOE PROPERTY FOR GLlilATl' LOTS A\^ELL LOCATED ON WATER .'\.\D SEWER. GIVE DESCRIPTION AND VALUE OF PROPERTY AND STATE AMOUNT OF EQUITY. -P. O. BOX 488, LETH-BltlDGi!]. 269-6 MEDICAL OIL STOCKS in different companies to trade for real estate or live stock. "Wo trade everything." Wittlchen Real ]''!-f,ato Co., Calgary, Alta. 271-5 FOR "SaLE~"0R f riADE-Lots one, four, five and six, Block 2S; Lots one to nine inclusive. Block 29; lots 25 to 29 inoUisive, Block 10, making a total of IS lots In all in Alexander Addition, Letlibridge. Would sell for assessed value and take- automobile, "Cadillac" preferred, in part iiayment. Taxes for 1914 paid. For full particulars apply to A. R. Vince, 622 23rd Ave. West, Calgary, Alta. 271-6 Real Estate to Exchange VANCOUVICR ISLAND acreage near Victoria, exchange for farm lands. "We trade everytliing." Wittlchen Roal_EHtate Co., Calgary, Alta. 271-'". FOll ICXCnjANaiij-^'CetrrhridEO improved property to trade for farm lands. Farm hinds to trade for Letii-brjdge property. V,''hat have you? Fully enuipped automobile for pale or trade. M. P. Johnston & Co., Albert-Block. Phone 051. 271-6 OR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon, Acooucher. Hours 2-^3; ^. ' �f D"ital Burgeons loronto, and holder of a Dominion Licentiate RoyiU College of Physlclana (London) L.D.S. IBOO I VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- (Th(?_HprbaI S.vstem of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 ilull BlocK. Hours 4 to G p.m. dally 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. BIissE. S. Cook. �'52-0 C PIANO TUITION POR PIANO-Orlando Kay. I^!". .tn Aveniie North. [ PIANO TUNING ] G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plano and Organ repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon-' burs Cer'clllca'o SIT. Assn. London, Enr,land.. Reference to tho leading musicians of tho city. Phone 1168. IgF;:; 6th Are A South. [ SUIJVEYING DUFF A EDWARDS-(Wm. M Ed-wards. B.A.Sc, Dominion an� AI-cerra I,and Surveyor; Donalt' A. Duff, C.E.)-Commercial blue v rint-Ing, civil engineering and land surveying. Suite 205 Sherlock Kids T-pflibrlflr-p. A!ta fl.ff AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable ternm. Llvo stock and farm sale* a specialty, omce at the Wilson Kurnlttire Co., 404 ISth St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone E85. Downtown ofBce at the Lethhriuge-Wnv^II^T^ WeaUw Cn . Piio"n 11 UNDERTAKING 1 T, 8. FETTERLY-Leading Punoral . Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Granite Works, of Calgary, omce opposite Court House. Phone 561. ReJl. dence 284 7th Av�. S. Phon* 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST-Funeral Director and Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, Plirno 1R02. niTht or d,ny. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOFS- Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and Btraw. Mixed carloads a speelnltv Storage for household goods- etc cellar space for renL Hyde and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th Rt S P O BoT li"? fliriTiB 1'ii4, 1 FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. 'W'ork guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as possible. David Scott, Bentley Company Store. 222-0 ACCOUNTANT W. D. WING-Associate of tho Instt stitute of Chartered Accountants ot England nr.d Wales, and of th.s In. tute of Chartered Accountants In Alberta. Acndla Bldg.. Ijpthbrldse. W. A. HENDEpSON & COY, Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg Lethbridge : : : Medicine Hat Accountancy In all Its branchei Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves. tieatifjns. Liquidations, Acadia Building, Lethbrldg* Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scat) ;