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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETrinniDfiE HERALD MPNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, Never was good advertising more was it more profitable to read ihn Germans and Aus- trians on Defensive Prohibition Sunday CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAOB "Whatever would violate these ia dangerous material and must he re- CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE movement, occupied all the ways of re- treat towards Cracow, and thus the on- tire Austrian army ivas pushed toward, lien, the Carpathian mountains, against which they ore eiosaly pressed. Auetro-Gcrman Casulltlei T "The AnstroGernmu casualties ara, business rcsii.clablc aud to aggregate over SO.iJOO men, (n j use-He and fa it HIM our growing donil and prisoners. The Russians nl- national structure, but we have lail- EO claim to have captured 200 cannon, oil, and there is nothing Iclt lor it "TJie condition of the Aaatrlans Is but tlie sword.. The progressive na- deapente, aa their only line of re-; tions oi the with arc putting it to jc-cted. The material that slnnds the touchstone must be builded into our struoiiiro with the trowel oi eJuea- Thi; evils must he dealt u'Hh tl'C sworu. Slavery, tiutoi'i'acy, today is the liquor trnihc. have tried to Look Here! not grow n crop tlint novcr falls; have growii it Cor J.cn ypura tiud never had u fail- ure, dry or wet.'two" crops of hay, nud this your 1 ralsod aov- ornl hundred vouncls of tho boat Alfalfa seed' grown. Does uot kill out In winter. Grown rlylit home, at Raymond. Will sell cheaper Ihcin you can Im- port from nny other country. C1IAS. BUHLEN Raymond Alta. devoted to temperance teaching, and Carpathians into; the sword today, nnd ws are going ll ls Bafe to say 'hat SL Cyprian's But the Carpathians at this to do it in Alberta and so take the Sunday school children have clearer time of the year, aud with the recent I lead in Canada, .next June." WESLKY CHUHtH Rev. Mr. Cobhledick presented 'his are almost Impassable to men with provisions and arguments on lehalf of prohibition at munition trains nnd artillerv. "Pelroarad is rejoicing over the pre- the morning, service. He produced evi- eent victory, which surpasses all lorm-; dcnce to prove that liquor was detri- menial to the mind and body and in- st-3nc.il the attitude taken by the knowledge of the evils of Intemper- ance as a result of UIQ day's work. or ones because of its decisive charac- ter. Great demonstrations have been at which the army. Grand Duke Czar 01 Ilussia and Lord Kitchener Nicholas, the Commander-in-chief, and against the use ol intoxicants. Major Emperor Nicholas and; Gi'ucml Sain Hughes was commend- in all the churches services to for his introduction ol the dry brate the event also have laken place.'1. canteen and the change made in LCng- annnFS-! THF Massacre by Cossacks land at the direction of the. Com- ON Hls WAY TO Official communications received in l.iander oi the Canadian forces was; CANADIAN CLUB OF NEW YORK Home from the Russian army head-. criticised. Mr. Cobbledick Lclievcs j IS ALL RIGHT quarters state that the Austru-German that prohibition will carry when it i reserves in Galtcla and Po-. is voted uvon in Alberta, though the land are being augmented dolly by the liquor interests all over the Domin.- I Ottawa Ont 1__Hon Arthur fucltlve troops, communicating panic ion will, waie' a fierce sifton premier of Mberts Is ia to their reserves. a a.cst it. realizing tbiit il it is car-' jipltai loday_ and for lN-cw The "Austro-Hungarian, cavalry riea' in this province it will set tbe Y0rl! thls afternoon, where ne wlil forces are depicted as beinff in an CE- ball rolling FO that by 1320 there speai; before the Canadian club, lieciallv pitiful-condition. A part of will be Dominion-wide prohibition, i Air. Slfton reports that conditions in this force, it was said, was massacred Meeting .some ol the arguments his province are satisfactory. Crops, "by the outnumbering Cossacks, the a.ainst prohibition, Mr. Cobblcdick generally, he states, were good, nnd remainder being routed and pursued maintained Ihat tuere are just as the farmers are receiving the highest in utmost confusion. many illegal sa'es oi liquor under the. price for their grain for many years. Austria and Germany had centred license system as it was charged There is no Indication that they are about 20.000 of their best cavalry, hirlf ihere would be under prohibition and hoarding their wheat for higher pric. of which force, the Russians maintain he quoted figures' showing the prose- cs. He says he has no particular busi- 1s now lost. colons iur illegal selling in Alberta ness to transact with the Federal gov. Once the Austrian and German cav-' jor ei-ht months oi this year. As to ernment. airy was disposed of the Russians di-.lnE claim that reeled efforts to the cutting of the five armies, into which the Austro- Germai iheir Russia! TheHeraldWantad .boy says: I'M summon tha waltei or other servants that aro needed for the hotel or home. a hotel could not te "How are the financial conditions succcssiully maintained unless it hail of the he was asked. a "bar thz Wesley pastor held difier-i "QuUe Mr. Sifton .n forces were divided, from and pointed out, CEE.S where "plied. resiern base of operations. Tbe tezuferance-holelp were a, success.. Alberta's Premier states tha ,ns forced them to the south- 1Ue orfjjnaryr ma'n who wcct int0 for overscan service i, re- ward, at the heavy losses. same time inflicting Japs May Now Be in a Big lat re- Al- Qrt'fin hoteJ business looked for too big alberta, botn in number'of men and in profit.'He wanted to get rich in at nhysinue is exceedingly- few vears' If he were content with Ho intimated -were lhe; fronts of other lines of business enough men. to make up the he would find satisiaction in conduct- required, with plenty over to ing a hotel without a bar. out eastern-quptas, if necessary. CHURCH OF CHRIST At the Church of. Christ Ttev. Jlr. Pickle stated that all in the gation would vote -dry when the op- _________________________________ _________ poft.nitv offered. He "said that iti was important that each one should; London, Ivor. 6.-A casualty list Tokia, Nov. well-authenticat-! be "able to state clearly why piohi- 1 and issued here last ed report is m circulation here to the bition was desirable. One oi the qi.es- nlsnt gives the names ol lo ofhcsrs eSect that the Japanese admiralty, tions raised was will mate up, W'sd and 60 wounded, his receivLd information that a bal-j for'-the loss of and he an- The Honor Roll tie jn the Pacific between the Japan- swered this hy quoting Among tie killed are Col. Frederick the argument Highlanders, {Copyright, by Do Foreit 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six Insertions for the price of Four. .MUST BE PAID irJ ADVANCE o v -im WANTED TO RENT Seven or eight room mod- ern, furnished house. Prefer n property witli u good yard, 'barn aud garage. C. 5. Noblo, Nobleford. cotton rags the Hnrald Prosi Room. SITUATIONS WANTED on farm by mnn wife. Man Bood ou stock and fnrmlus; wlto good cook. Apply Box 14 ilemld olllce. by fame num. J yenrs' experlouce In grocery busi- ness; show card writer. Apply Dox Herald office. aa superintend- nt or foreman on largo farm or ranch; thoroughly experienced In Mil branches of farming. Apply to Box 1 Herald office. SITUATIONS VACANT mnn to uo chores nd milk two or llireo cows ou ranch, pply 034 12th St. S. al'ier 5 p.m. S79- Professional Cards 'MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmor graduate of Ufa Pcunaylvanla Ortho imedio InstiLiito, Medical MOSSBBO and Gymimallcg, Electrl cal Vibratory Treatments, ElBclrbly.Els nnd Shurn poolnj Treatments Elvon by polntment only. Room 1, Hull.] PRIVATE PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Hnnrlora's Prlvnto I'iORpkal olid mntcmlty ,Home.: 1321 7th Avenue Soiirh. Fhonp UK'.1 ART EMBROIDERIES tor general house Must ibe able to do iilaln cool! u'g- Apply 531 Sth St. S. man to take ord rs for (LethbridBO and district) bah; licks. Full particulars apply 9 .Herald. 277- salesman to andlc high class ollice autl house old novelties on commission, attract proposition. Apply Dox 20 Her d office. alesman to represent us Lethbridge nnd Southern Alberta ply with references to Stone Limit 1, 421 Loo Building, Vancouver, B o BOARD AND ROOM FOR a good room with all modern conveniences, cteam beat, wer Datbs Diunee. etc.. apply Y. M. A. n i; n r.i tv n H black scarf.' Ov.ier U.b.U., ol the Oordm, h -e D at KieIJZO third son ot the nest paylug ____ilONllpUTHjj'lroujht into-Kistcace largely through'-E. .Valparaiso, Chile, tralTic. .In ansubr to the ques- Sin Chilean steamers Valdivic and ticn, "How to employ those who In the wounded lists occur the flyinj red cross flass, have sailed wiih would be thrown out'ol employment names of Lieut. Lora Jonn" node- sealed onhrs from the goveniment. if prohibition came into Mr. house, oldest son oi tlie tarl ci Kira- The transport Maipo was despatched; Picsle said they could devote their berley, and widdy imown as an in- earlier. It is assumei that the mis- attention to developing the natural ternatlonal polo player 9apt. Sir sion ol the vrssels has to do with resources of the country. There was >'ictor Audley Falconer Mackenzie, ,oi the report that the Uritish cruiser lots of uncoupled land ind the coun- thE Scots Vis- Jronmoath was driven ashore on the try needed industries too. He pointed count Mollys, private secretary to Chilean coast alter the naval engage- out that every J3.000 capital invest- IijnS George Lieut, the Hon. G. E. ment on "Sunday last. ed. in the linuor business only cave H- MacDonald, of the Scots Guards, RUMOR.OF VICTORY I employment "to one man, while in sun-jving son.of.Baron Mac- Lima, Peru, iNTov. is reported other occupations there was one man L'on2llli and Lieut, the Hon. D. P. here that a Japaness squadron cruis- for "etery capital invested. It Howard of the Third Hussars. ini along tie coast of Petu has cap- had been amied that Seventeen officers are reported Scharn- would interfere'with a man's freedom, missm5, including Lieut, the Hon. V. bill he pointed out that laws were. Boscawen, oi tbe Coldstream ne-essary lor those who' can't be guards, and Lieut. Hon. Charles trusted..to protect themselves. Mr. Douglas Pennant, of ihe Coldstream Pietl? showed the disastrous effect, Guards, son oi Baron Penrhyn. J name the Fulcan; I made by International Cycle Co., of London, lender please return to "erali! offlcc'nhd receive reward 27D-G tuied the German cruisers aid Gneisenau. Kew General Hughes, Can-nlian minister of mili- of-lijupr upoii the race and he closed, his-sermon with a strong appeal for CANADIAN justice "for "future generations. 3T. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH '.'World's .Temperance -Sunday, was celebrated at SL Cynrian's Church RECOMMENDED FOB V.C. IS DEAD Oat., Nov. list of Jolln returned last nignt from yesterday, uanon Jiciuiuen ae-; eaatBI.n Canada land and the continent on hoard the bo_th morning and evening, ser-1 ton Of 3rd Hussars 1- St. Paul, which arrived Irom j mons to temperance themes. In the iname js jnVhe oil of ho Liverpool. moralBg treated subjoin to of Col 0. A. Elliott, manager'of the Royal Trust Co. .of Otta'wa. He, was educated at Asbury collese. Lieut. Elliott fcid been, recommended for the V.C- for hlfl heroic action recently in carrying a wounded trumpeter into shelter under a rain of German bullets. Active service at the front will be- broadest interpretation, .emphasizing seen by the Canadian troops recently tne need of self-control, sent to England, according to Gen- eral Hyghes; stories printed in this country to the eflect that the Canadian con- iniall material things. The Rev. gen- tleman'cite'd'hia experience in the Juv- enile Court of this city to prove that it .was' the 'lack of training in self- tingest will be used to strengthen the CD-ntro1 that was. responsible for most coast defences of Britain were renu- i 'he Pa'es'wllh.walchtiat court iad dialed by General Huehes as beins tp -a-ea1' and that absolute without foundation. Neither will the "f en's, was Canadians be sent to Egypt as also that, their ch'ldrel1 has been reported could profit br example. In ths ev- u iciiurieq. McMuleil dealt more I alreqtly irithithe liquor traffic and its declared hlmeelf In Jivor of nettel al- prohibition. '1 of ,0 Board most u.OOO lor the Tie Sunday .school lesson TII New Complete: Accurate: Up-to-Date WarMap Printed en .Irong bond papei FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS sending in Renewal for Thvee Months or over to THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Martin's Transfer Phone 138 6 Clreful ind Prompt Service STTJD HOESE For or Trade, the well fcnpvai hprse "INAKfoVAB'LE" IMP. (1056) (81503) Steel Grey, 6 j-ears old. This horse will 'be sold with a 75% guarantee. Was imported four years ago and is an all round good horse. Will' trade for horses or cattle. Apply JAMES MEZEN 520 Centre St., Calgary. ana women to learn arber Trade. Eight weeks required; iGitlons or locations secured ae soon competent; graduates make big oney; catalogue and terms free, oler Barber 604A Cnnlre Calgary. TO KENT TO in Burgmann block, including fixtures. Phono 752. C TO six roomed modern house. 13th St. S.; 516 per month. Ap- nlv to K D. Johnson, Molsons finuk. TO largo comfortable front room suitable for one or two gentle- men; also others from ?S up, In a modern rooming house, close .in. Phone 441. 53-t Gth St. S. TO RENT Rooms nimislied or un- furnished. suitable for light house- keeping; modem conveniences, close Apply 329 llth C in. Board if desired. Street South. TO .modern storey and half house. No. 1607 7th Ave. S. Five rooms and bathroom, full size cement basement; 515 per month. Apply 161G 7th Ave. or 326 6th St. S. TO roomed Fully modern house, S12 Sth Aye. S., 518. 5 room cottage with 4-stall stable in rear, Alexander Addition, ?12. Apply 101S 12th St. S. or Phone 1418. J MISS FILMER'S SHOWROOM Is now nt 1110 3rd.Avenue South. given1. Hours 2 to 0 p.m. Lessons DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. E. J.- Pannell, Room 41, Dominion .Bldg. HAIR WORK HAIR COMBINGS may be lett at 5th Ave. South and bo marie Into Switches and Curls at reasonable prices by lilsa Rutli Ionian. .272-5 f EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brooli. B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cherrlnston. Boarding school for girls aiiu jGiing.- hoys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum, Shorthand. Stenography and Bookkeeping.. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch Ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. MEDICAL W. 0. B'lrnoon, Acconclier. p.m. Onion 914 Third OR. Snorlock Bloolt. KeiMcaca isco Sbclh hours 11-12; i.j; 1000. C. C. Bur- won, Aocouchsr. Offloe it reildence 5tb AveDUfl-auuLii and ?tb South. HOUI'I: 8-0: 1-3: 7 to 8.10. Phono ________ Eye, Noso anil Throat; Dominion Uulldlng. Offlc; hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; eyenlnga by appointment. Phones, office 3J1- realtlcnce 593. OR. M. J. GIBSON-Deutlsl, graduats of Royal Collego of Dtnlal Surgeoni Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offl09: Booms 6 nnrl C. Bryan Phone 1071. DR. L.T. to Dr.. Ccurtlco and Graduita University of JInrylanil: Odlee hou Macdonald Dili. Latlllirldge Alia. Phone 11C5. DRS. tuccsssors to Drs: .Stewart and Me- Oloro. Hoi.ra: 9 to 6. Olllce. Hlc- Jiihotham Block. 1'honn 374 e- G. mem- her of Royal ColloBO "of Burseons (Bnir.X -Llcmitlnto Royal Collese ol Physicians (London) L.D.S 1900 Hours; 9-12; i-B. ntnro: C-8 Post ELECTRICIAN W. L. Co. Electrlca' Dealers and 'Contractors. Phono G37. 70G Third Avenue South.________ FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN retail. Plione write or wire us for special carload Quotations. The Letlibridge Wey burn Co, Limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 12C2 1st Ave S., LetbhriJge, Alberta. Phone 1.173. Miscellaneous Sole FOR Dred S. C. Blaek iinorca and Barred Hock cockerels. 4th Aye. ,N. Piione HQ5. 'IANO FOR condition; irlce reasonable. Terms to suit pur- haser. 414 13th St. S., Lethbridge. TO modern 7 roomed house, close. In. Will give lease for any length of time; also one furnish- ed room to let. Apply 313 Gth Ave. A S. or Phone 720. Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. -Freight ShcdB Office Office Stables 1163 462 1064 TO 8 roomed house, furnished, including gas range, coal range, piano, also good barn and 1 chicken pens; ?25 per month, owner to have use of ono room. Apply n. V. Gibbons Co. TO 13 roomed house, fully modern with gas, especially adapted for rooming house, close in; two doors from car line, Gth St. S. Will rent reasonable. Reply to Ed. llcKenzie, Phone R 109 or Box 165, City.' TO parties requiring a very comfortable bungalow for the winter located on 10th St. S., close .to the Victoria Mansions, with every con- venience, including gas range, elec- troliers, window shades, storm dows nnd at moderate rental and im- mcillate poascBslon, should apply to Fred W. Downer, Victoria Mansions Office, Phone 636. Gas htfang BY EXPERT Estimates for all kinds of heating. At our New. Offipe and Showrooms r 322 fitli Street Herald. TiieStanlEpdPluinHngCo. 3. KNAPMAN Phones: Office I p.m. 1892. Very Low Fares in connection with ExcurGiGnsteQIdCquptry Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit rive months, stop over and ei- tcnslon prlvilegea. Full Information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. B, MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. Or write R. DAWSON, District Pactenger Agent, Calgary. PRUPEUTY l-'Oie SALE THE NURSING MISSION ProTldes visiting OUTRCR fcir mater- nity and all medical and surgical CBBCS (except contagious and charges Recording to the clr. cumatanceg of thfc. patient Poor nailentu cared lor tree at charge. Graduate nurses Tor private duty. also provided, For further partic- ulars apply to the' N'uraing Mis- sion 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone 1231. (Mlu) A. M. Tllley, Supervllnr. (Mill) M. A. MacKay, OratJ. Num. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Qrad.' Nurie, FOR near Vancou- ver, 4 electric and 2 steam trains dally to and from town; 5 acre blocks high grade soil in well settled com- munity; fine auto roads, Eoofl locnl schools Special sale price 22 'blocks, ?60 per, acre, 4 year terms. Rogers, Clack and McAlpine, 637 Fender Sf. Phone 1162. FOR and buggy; nlso harness. Apply 1618 2nd Ave. A N. s___________._____________Z77--3 FOR -10 tons alfalfa hay in stack'about 8 miles from LetDbridge. For further partic- ulars apply, to .the Manager, Merch- ants Dank of Canada, Lethbridge. FOR good furniture in- cluding neT7 piano, everything neces- cary here for furnishing two G room houses; will be sold cheap. Call after 5 r.m. at G21. 11th St. S-- FOR 512.50: timothy- nlfalfa mixture, S14; timothy 516. Duy direct from the growers through their Bales-Office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. B bridge. LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY- (The Herbal System at Treatment lor Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to C p.m. Jally JO to 1 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss E. S Cook. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR It-. .Ay I PIANO-Orianno Kar PIANO TUNING S. H. CfllPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer; W years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate JIT. Assn. London. England.. Reference to the leading musicians ot '.lie city. Phono lies Clh Ava A South DUFr-'a 5t wards. B.A.Sc.. Dominion anil Al- I.ani] fjurrpyor; Donal? A. DufT, hliie !np. civil enplnearinc and incd sur- Suite 205 Sherlock llldi- fl.tr L AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. ol nl'l kinds conducted on rGnsdnnblr terms. Llvs stock and farm sales a apsrlalty.. Offlca at the Wilson Furniture Co.. W4 I3lh St. North HesMence Phone CSS. Powntoffn ofllce at tbo UNDERTAKING H head coming; 2 years old, Ramajey and Jlarino R'ams; these are a large frame, ;hu'sliy animal that clipped as high as 22% lljs wool this year. .Will sell for per head or exchange for good .or lambs. Write or phone Geo. B. Snapp, War- ner, Alta.., Real Estate to Exchange o GOOD FARM LAND WANTED Vancouver, B. C. Iteimeiiip Met Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Slcameri Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Line Lo Havre. While Btar New York anu Canad- ian service. Cunnrd Lino, New York and Canart- an' service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow, Anchor Line lu Glasgow. Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- werp aral Hamburg couuecllons, CHOP- inonltz, Krakan and all other Contln- nul points. your tickets where you gel our train. 8. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lcthbridge. ID exchange for City Prolwrty. revenue-producer I al- so have a few well located city, lota. If-'Interested send tho description' of your land to C. C. Pagnuelb. Lethbrldge, Alta. tj T. S. Leading Funeral Director and also agent lor the Somcrville Marble Granlta V.'srJts, of Calgary. ODlce oppnaltB Court House, Phone 561. Resi- 7t denco-234 7th Ave. S. Open dny and Phone 1175. S. Y. Funerm Director and Embalmer. Bth-. StTBBt South, WHOLESALE HAY. GRAIN AND and retail All varieties ot'hay: timothy, ulfnlfa, blue Wnt mixed hay. upland hay. pat.hny and Mixed carloads a sptjclalty Slorasfl for household fciitii etc cellar siiacs for rtnt. tnd Ratinders. corner 3n1 Are. nnd 15th St. 9. fl'1 n'7 Phnni. FURRIER WANTED T0 quar- ter sections'of-land in good mixed farming district, for cattle. Write Nils Llndholm, Jarrow, Alta. FURS REMODELLED, dressed and I cleaned. AVorX guaranteed. Please let us have order ns soon as pos- sible. David Scott. 'Bentloy, Com- pany Store. FOIt acres in the famous Lynn County, Oregon, South Portland, for Alberta land or city pro- perty. KImball 'Laraen, -117 Sher- lock Bldg. farm land ill' ex- change, for a tract of 45 acres ad- lolnlnj tho city, limits 'ot Portland, Oregon. -This' tract- cls suitable for BiiibtiiviBion; street cars, city water, etc., -within a few'.'blocks. Has good douse and barn; apple and nut or- chard arid small fruite. Send descrip- tion of your land, to J. T, Tnaker, Bar- ons, Alia. Business Opportunities___J BUSINESS FOR a rate on :he entire stack In trade of Jio Co., Ltd., to- tolling ainout all. In good'con- dition and n-cll assorted. Stock sheets may bo seen at the Store, '402 6th St. S., Lethbridge. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of tha Inatl- fitltlite of Cnartefefl Accoilnlants ol England nnd. Wales; ino In- tute of Chartered Accountants In Albr-rta1. .Acndln ,Rlde.. T.rr.hlirln'Mti W. HENDERSON COV. Chartered Aceountanlf Winnipeg Lethbrldge Medicine Hal Accouninncy Us Audit. Secretarial. Ad- visory, SyAtcmatlzlne, and Trust Work, llgatlo.u. Liquidations. 'Acadla Building, LcthbrldQi Ro3ld.nl R, J. RITCHIE. PATERSON, Chartered Acccuntanl (Scot.) ;