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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TARB TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DArLV HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914 Never was good advgrtjgng more njcessaiTjhsin more profitable to now SCENES FROM THE BATTLE FRONT 'A group Algerians in the fighting near Arias, far giren a good account of themselves in the war. These are some representatives of the troops who have thus TREMENDOUS NATURAL STRENGTH OF VERDUN f. Ins railways and -which make veriiim a source of great While Germans Hammer Away at Will be. Loyal to Empire NAVAL BATTLE UNSOLVED aitistance to the army which holds it iri4a plan but BO far has failed. Ita occupation was part of the Ger-. London, NOT. overnight war summary follows No decision has yet been reached in the battle in the sand "dunes of Vvust Flanders, and the opposing armies stand now virtually as they, have stood for many days. While the Germans kesp ham.ipering at the allies around Ypres, which route they chose for their march to the coast alter they had found the road along the -sea barred CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAG? r Havmg decided on that the mwt-' content to 1ft the mat-1 tsr drop, and then that 'the' formation of a- permanent organisa- tion was for it was felt .that there matters, .which' night well receive their attention in future. It was therefore decided to _ form an oraamzafcon in which any will go with the.second division will American or American-Canadian was organized from tna divisional areas eligible for membership, ladies in-1 and military districts eluded, and that aiiy who had paid! Filth Brigade, 21st Battalion, 3rd C.'A. auditarlum-fbr-te meetings CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The two brigades of mlantry which to them, the allies Vra making an eflort to move northward to Ostebd, neither side having gotten very iar. r Save Jouna j Uiat the Ooods which they created to stop the their dollar to'the patriotic fund should be enrolled as a member in good standing of the society. Officers as above were elected, and a com- mittee composed of Messrs. A. C. Pries, T- M Huff and Chas. Kane Divisional area, Kingston. 22nd Battalion, Province of Quebec. 24th Battalion, 4th Divisional area, Montreal. 26th Battalion, Sth Divisional area, Haliiax. were appointed a special committee! Sirth Brigade, 16th Battalion, first to secure every possible member. One Divisional area, London. dollar will fee the membership fee, and 19th Battalion, 2nd Divlmional area, Arthur Colby. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheit I Office Office Stablei 1163 462 16B4 mare, 'branded J p joined with bar above on right should- er, strayed from Hardievilie. Finder return to S. Vaaelenak, Hardieville. CANADIAN VeryLowFares In connection with Excursions to Old Country Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit months, itop over mud ex- tension prlvllegei. Full Information re rail and Stetm- 'ship Tickets from 6. B. MITCHELL C, P. R. Ticket LethbrjdBfc Or ft, DAW80N, DMrlet Pimngtr Culjiry. THIS PAOE GOf S TO PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST 1C DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY At OR- THE NURSING MISSION Prprides viaSUog nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases {except contagious and1 caarges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nuning Mis- sion 1414 7th Avenue Soutoi Phone 1233. (Miit) A. M. Tjlley, Supervisor. (Misaj M. A. Mac Kay, Qrad. Nurte. (Mist) J. Mackenzie, Gr'ad. Sti teomship Ticket Office u SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royil Mill SUimiri Allan Line French Ling to Havre. White Star New York irn. Canad- ian f-ervice. uoiJ-a, Line. Now Tork gnd Canad- ian Canadian Northern Royal Mai! Stsanibrg.- Donaldson Line to Olasjow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. XfTth ffennan Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other L'loes. Lartftt and Tasteit Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- and Hamburg connections, Czer- monlti, Krakan and all other Contin- thtiil' points. Buy your tickets whera yon get your train, 8. B. MITCHELL, 0, P. R. Ticket Agent, j7 Miscdlaneous (or j FOR. Iron ranses; fl 00 down and Jl.OO ser week. Ap- ily 412 4th Ave. FOE bred S. C. Black Minorca and Barred Rook cockerels. 1414 4th Ave. N. Phone 1403. PIANO FOB condition; price reasonable. Terms to suit pur- chaser. 41'4 13th St.'S., Lcthbrldge. Phone FOR and buggy; .also harness. Apply 1618 2nd Ave. A N. LETHBRIDGE VIAVI (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number IS Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. Jally, 10 to 4 by Miss B. S. Cook. L PIANO TUITION____) PUPILS FOR Kay 14111 7th Avonm? -North. PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairers Z'J years factory exparlence. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London. England... Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phontt -116S 1253 nth Ave A South.. DUFF M Ed- wards. B.A.Sc., Dominion ann Al- Lemi Surreyor; Donali: A: Daff, blue Ing, cWl emrtnearirii! and land Teylnff. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldi AUCTIONEER FOR 40 tons of good alfalfa hay in stick, about 8 miles from Lethbridge. For -further partio ulars apply to the. Manager, Merch- ants Bank of Canada, Lethbridge. FOll good furniture in- cluding new piano, everything neces- sary 6 room Call after 5 p.m.-aV.621 FOR high grade eastern milch cows, Holstqins and Ayrshires 3 and 4 years pld; to freshen' :due In early spring. Will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Price -right. John Patter Phone, 705..'...- FOR J12.50; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1858, Leth- bridge. 251-M) FOR set of superior furniture and house furnishings for five roomed house; .practically. new and in good condition. Owner desires to sell everything complete as H stands; a bargain for any young couple starting 'housekeeping. Apply Boi 48 Herald for particulars. For Sule or Exchtnft J GOOD FARM LAND WANTED In exchange for City Property. Good -ravanue producer. -1- al- so have a well located city. lehfythe description of your land to Cl C. Pagnuelo, Lethbridge, Alta. 274-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE t Heilr'' Vanc'ou- rar, 4 .and. 2 steam, .trains Jally to and'frbin town; B iore'blocks high grade soli In well settled com- munity; fine auto roads, good local chools. Special salo price 22 'blocks, 30 per acre, 4 year terms. Rogers, Hack and McAlpine, 537 Pender St Vancouver, B, C.'. W. L. andfelt' Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reascnabl? terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 18th 8t Korth.-' PKona Residence Phong CSS. Downtown office at the WRThiim Poalft- To'. IT'S. UNDERTAKING T. 8. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also "agent for the Somervllle Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court Jfpnre. Phone SSI.. Heal- dence 7th Phone J176. OBeh.diiy snd night- S. Y. Director anfl Embalmer. 411 Bth Street South. nlrM or. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All Tarletlei of hay: timothy, alfalfa, mixed hay. upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloads a tneclilfV. Storage for household cellar apace tor rent. Hyde and Saundftri. corner 2nd and 12th St." S. P O Pfvr 11W T-tlnn. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. let us hare order aa .aoon aa poa. slblo. David Scott, Btntley Com-- pany Store. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of tht Instl. atttute .of Chartered Accountants ot England 'and Wales, and of the' Iir 'of Chartered' Accountants ID Alberta. Acadla Bids.- W. A. HENDERSON COV. Chsrtored Accountants Winnipeg Ltthbrldat Hal Accountancy In all Aadlt. Tliiorr, Systematlllni, and Traat Work. Infts. LIquldatlona Aeadla Building, Lethbrldjt Rasldenl R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Aecourrtanl (Seat) ;