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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, itoii The Market Place for "WANTS" Famous far Bringing but Little-Try tltem and be Convinced Tonight and tomorrow the Km- press will show the Broadway star feature, "The Treasure of Abdah t Rahman" in four complete acts. This latest and greatest oi the Uroadway i star dramas is full of human inter-1 eit. It touches the tcadercst cmo-1 lions oi the heart and stirs the soul. It is replete with thrilling incidents and is powerful enough to hold you; spellbound irom beginning to e.-.d.' This iteals with jew-! els paid by a father as ransom for his daughter, his extraordinary ef- forts to recover them, the cunning of Abdah Rahman, the cupidity of a faithless servant and their final rest-; ing place three hundred years after j the commencement of the story. This story is produced by the wonde-ful CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE THE NEXT NAVAL BATTLE 'displayed in this city, the continued progress of which largely rests with the individual ratepayer, i I take great pleasure and pride !n i commending to you the efficient ser- i vices rendered to me by my follow workers on the School Hoard, they have at all times displayed tfco live- liest interest in our work ami have always teen only too willing to at- tend'to even the smallest detail en-j trusted ta them. The details In con-j ucction with the building htvio entail- ed many hours oi labor, discussion, and study, and 1 have yet to hear aj word oi protest from them. As to the I may be per- imittcd to say without fear of FOR SALE 18 heaii of Thoroughbred Ram- boulllet Rams In good condition for breading purposes. per head See or write: 'Ri-jc. Breeder of and Dealer In Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA. TAX NOTICE Notice Is 'lierWiy given that Tues- make it com- ,nd teacher German cnilser Dresden which Patlre systra oFphbtography, insur-lwas not in the battlo oft Coronel has iave ciriravorcd ing pictures equalled by none. joined the crjlser. Leipzig and put in- -iortable for both pupil and teacher hot fail to see this wonderfully t Valparaiso harbor. Despatches say i alike, in crief to 'a; s, s.robaMy German, seen steaming- southward at a cost complete, including all equip- miles soutil of Valparaiso. meat, approximately ratopayers, of tta i tradition that In its construction it j day, December 1st. is the last day on 'is six-ond to none in the province, we which Taxes_vcan bo paid-to receive o astonished by its magnitude. This feature is the greatest' of its kind. BISHOP FOR NEW DIOCESE Kelson, Nov. Rev. 'Alexander John Q. Doull, dean, of Cal- edonia and rector of Christ Church. Victoria, was tonight elected bishop of the new diocese of Kootenay, of which Nelson -wfil be the See. Philip .ircLeod. Conservative M. P. lor Victoria. N. S., has been unseated. point 4i Powerful allied squadrons are gather- j ing on the Atlantic sides of tho: Straits of Magellan and British and Japanese squadrons are on the trail ___....... building is now yours, to be used ill any manner not- contrary to the school' ordinance or to con- flict with the city's charter in re- hut oi the Germans in the Pacific. A great; to taxation. We are iiaval battle may he fought near the j fen-ants, and trust that you per cent, discount. R. C. PARHIS, City Treasurer. I'll summon the waiter or other, servants that are needed for the hotel or home. your (________ ViH i not fall' upon us to make any im- j CONTINUED. FROM FRONT PAGE that the Germans ore proper use oi same. j maicing strenuous efforts to facilitate it is intention after the new tne retreat Of their corps from the Vi- some little entertain- j ciljitv OI- Brzesiuy northward to the iditions How 1DTCD 5'ear to S've soir'? littlc en-ter amr'clnity of Brzesiuy northward to IK If [I ment i'ol the benefit of the Relief i region of strj'kow, "under condi Fund, the lied Cross Fund or some; verj. unfavorable for them." Very Low Fares i in connection with Excursion to OlQCGontrf; Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive ie be :FllmI> the Ued _____....... j other worthy cause .in nted of C0rps are in retreat here is not sistance at this time, and I know we i stated by Petrograd. (Montreal tcly on your goodwill to mate Gemans Claim Heavy Captures Mr. Justice Riddel at Ottawa has this a success. Berlin makes no acknowledgement condemned as contrary to lav.- an or-! fjAD DANCE ON FINE FLOOR Mr. i.loyd then turned the meeting of a defeat in Poland. On the con- trary, the German says Limit five months, stop over and es- teasion privileges. rul] Information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S; B.'MITCHELL i.e.' P. R.'Ttcket Lethbridge, Or write R.' DAWSON, District Passenger Calgary. Alberta Winter Fair CALGARY, DEC. 8-11 1914. CHEAP FARES FROM ALL STA- TIONS IN ALBERTA -i3NE WAY FIRST CLASS FARE FOR 'ROUND TRIP Going Dates Dec. 7-10 Final return limit Dec. 14th, 1914. Further information from any Agent L or write B. DAWSON Passenger Agent, Calgary. der of the mayor excluding from the ___ ______ ___ offices in the'city hall the reporter t.0 Messrs.- Kenny and Kennedy, "of Emperor William vat of one of the local newspapers. The sensing the .wishes of the gath- Lpai ana Eoeowiz have inflicted mayoral order had for its purpose the ering, they ordered the floor cleared, I fceavy bosses on the Russians, and revention ot the offending juurnal and 'to music furnished by Miss Ar-lnave captured prisoners, 70 "rom using a ready means ot obtain- nold aird Mr. Gaskell, the evening cannon. 160 ammunition 'tvagons and ing informat'On about the city's af- was spent in dancing and cards. hse machine'. guns and destroyed. 30 fairs. It was a foolish order and it i The "school stands on 12th St. B. cannon. It is added that the Germans was rightly nullified. 'The rights of a x between 6th and 7th avenues. nave not been abie to bring this fight- newspaper" to "obtain and dissemin- Krotn the outside it presents a very I lug to a close, oft'tes to the fact that usslans.were bringing up strong outside it presents a very I lug to pearance, -the red brick the R ate information about the actions of artistic app governing bodies, parliamentary, jud- bodv being set ofi by grey stone trim- reinforcements. icia! and municipal, have been" main-: niinVs. I tained by the strongest men in the i Tbs interior is pleasini; to the eye, highest icourts di the British Empire, and has a restlui appearance. The1 the Russians. say that on the Austrian Lord Lord rooms are all finished in white in Scott, heard by -with floors. The lighting -the laid it gown iione on tjie' even the courts must be public and. three sets oi windows supplymi Austria Boasts, Too to the fighting further, soutu, front they have captured two regi- ments, aggregating 8000 er with tfie officers.- ln claration is prisoners, 49 Professional Cards MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Graduate of ths Pennsylvania Ortlio paedlo Instituto, Medical Mnssus 'nnd Gymnastics; .Elect" cal Vibratory and Tharaueutlc Us" Treatments, Electrolysis and'Sham poolng Treatments given hy ap- pointment only. Room 1. Hull Blk PK1VATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Hanrlere's Private Hospital maternity Homo. 1224 7tb Avemin Smith. Phono 7-IS.____________ ART EMBROIDERIES IAMAWMTAU JCoptlrtsM, OH. tit Df fortst PorZsr.l! 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Insertions for tho price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS .A'ACANT maid for general house- work- Apply 613 16th St. B. TO RENT TO neat B roomed cottage, IGth St. and 2nd Ave. A N.; wmer tnd electric light; Apply The Jlitford Co., or Phone 1848. TO furnished rooms for light housekeeping in fully modem liouse; 'also one furnished bedroom; rent reasonable. Apply 60S 5th Ave. S. 1601. 235-8 FURNISHED conven- iently situated to and business quarter, modern, very comfortable and reasonable rental. Miss" Smith, Room Union Bank Building. that any one had a right to listen, j light for each room. I -fcr'Tn-intltv of war record and publish a'lair account oij The ;floors'in'the corridors are S material have Been taken'by the-Aiis- whatever-i.eagtto .iho subject kitchen-Vliieh'mil serve: those chil- niay also ma'y go the journal-, dren who tafe tfcelr lunches 'at ist, the range of whcse school. assertions is'as wide as The heating plant is the last word that of any In both modern' construction. Here anoth- cases noted, the fight to record or'er. economy has practised. Coal comment upon the "proceedings oi a js used in' tits boilers, hut these -are court A city a pattern will burn the fine not.more sacred than a nut coal ysrr ton'in- court and the publicity and freedom stead of the dearer coal which usnaf- Qf-comment .that, is right.and whole-. [y. costs Ivjtwcen. four and .Jive doll- some in the case of a court is surely are. v.Me the boilers will take a lit- rigfct and.yrhqlesonie in the case oi i tis more of the cheaper product, the a municipal body. Neither a mayor; board thinis they have cut the or- nor any one ejsc may well .have ttej dinary school fuel hill in two. power to 'separate one ironi .the. commonalty and, because he 15'a'Mirajaper'YBpresen.tatiyc, say up to the hishest standard. A' large that, he he deprived oi certain electric" fan has been installed, and rights that pertain-to him in his this works in connection with a plan- quality of -a subject. It is a good ery chamber which brines In air from thinb when an attempt ot the kind, the east side of the building, passes MODERN VENTILATION The venlilation apparatus is al: up to the highest standard. A' lari is fought and stopped. TO Eastern Can. endlinitedBtete -On sale December 1st to December 31st, 1914. THREE MONTHS LIMIT VERY LOW FARES TO Toronto, Hamilton, SaVhiai Wjnasor, Mont- real, Belleville, KlnoctcivSb JeKHj- Mpncton, Halifax and aft other points In Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces. REDUCED RATES TO points in Central States, including Minneapolis. St. Paul, Duluth, Chicago, Kansas .CitV and other pointt. CHEAP RAIL FARES IN CONNECTION WITH TRANS-ATLANTIC RETURN J.IMIT.5. MONTHS. All further information from aay'Ticket Agent, 'or E. Dawson, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, XALGARY. it over steam heated coils, bringing the temperature' up to that desired to be maintained, after which' it -is forced into any or all rooms: The air may be. changed" as .often in every hour as may be found necessary. Another new departure is the .fit- doors with 'e so arranged ting .of all the 'panic holts.' These airi ACTORS WITH THE, COLORS Are Not Shirking" Duty, Says Sir, Her- bert Tree Hafldon Chambers _-'i------j to Lqn- TO roomed fully modern, warm, gas heated house, furnished or nfurnished; one block from new best office: house recently painted njid repaired. Furniture new. H. Mcb, Phones 621 or, 329. TO with fixtures, in Burgmann bUicic. Phone 752. TO roomed cottage .with gas .range, gas heater and blinds, on 3rd Ave. A; a month. R. Virtue, 1232 returned to ton- Hf; by the Liilpuiia, states that ip TO iuniipnpH nf .certain references in TO two-storey house, 7 rooms, fully modern, furnace, storm doors windows, renovated through- out'-will rent to good tenant for J20 per mouth. C. C. Pagnuelo, Phone 282-0 don consequence of Certain reference; rapera to the recent in of English'actors to New. York, which mi-lit he construed as 'a reflection upon the courage :and public spirit of actora as a body, he comrmini- catqd with Sir Herbert .Tree, as. tho acknowledged head of the. profession in. this and received from him the following letter: "You told me today there is an idea is certainly not at 'hat actors are'' shirking- the 1 agree -with you it is well that this., as- sumption should be dispelled. "As I write few Barnes occur to me of those with whom-I am myself acquainted, whpAhave joined the col- Loraine, Jiurray Carson, Dennis Arthur .Cleave, Bvolyn Beerbohm, Claude King, Lionel.Mas- whether the door is locked not, the children in case ot fire, ;b applying ten pounds pressure -on tl rods, which are within.easy, reach pi the- smallest .child, .automatically lease the locks, allowing quick.ejn-ss. The auditorium on the third floor is spacious and pleasing to the eye. kinnon, Scott Craven, Huntley Wright, Bertie Hare, Hal Hbnbes, Arthur Wintbv, Hugh Itifmboldt, Gerald 'Ames and: Arthur. Wood. mnm. nnlA-ra ftaVO iniflfid tllP. It is constructed with ;a stage, and j will serve as hall for entertain- ments and functions which- may be put on by the board..or. scholars. Lees and Bigler oi Edmontcii, were the contractors P. H. Palmer, the architect Mr. Simons, the decora- the plumping and heating was done by the Standard Plumbing while t'ha Davidson Metal Oo. uid the sheet metal work. Owing to the building being ol fire- prooi construction, the annual cost of insurance is only S56, CANADIAN EASTERN EXCURSIONS Selling December 1st to December 31st, 1914 Return Limit 3 Months Stop Overs East of Foit William Through Standard and TouriJt Sleepers and Dining Cars, Daily on Imperial Limited and Toronto Express. S FIRST CLASS ROUND TRIP FARES FROM LETHBRIDGE TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA AND WINDSOR.. 562.30 MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVILLE, KINGSTON ST. JOHN, MONCTON............................. HALIFAX And farei. to all other points In Ontario, Que- r und Mirltimt fjrovincei. Very Low tint, rfjlly to Otee'mbtr 31it in connection with Trant- Atlantic Return Limit 5 Monthi. All further InfgrmitlW from S. B.'MITCHELL, Depot Ticket Agent, CONTINTJED FROM FRONT PAGE. success of the measure, Mr. George said, he took as iuatiflcatloh of the government's action. -He point- led out that before the loan of he already had raised for the same purpose, 10 that 'practically he had asked for from tie same marSeis. CHANGES nobt. IMPERIAL BANK Toronto, Ont., Nov. Jaffray has been elected president of the Imperial Bank; Edward Hay, gen- eral manager, ana W. Moffatt; assist- ant general manager. These changes are due. to- the death of the late pre- Elnent and general Wllkie. manager, D. R. Medicine- Hat-has. been line of credit ol the ;Unlon have joined the to a mixture of Sage Tea.and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women-and men who value than even color, that beautiful dark shade ot hair attract- ive, use only this old-time recipe. .Nowadays we get this famous mix- ture toy asking at any dreg store for.a 60-cent bottle of "Wyeth'a gage end Snlp'nur which darkens the hair so naturally, so evenly, that nobody can possibly tell It 'has -been applied. takes of (dandruff, stops scalp Itching and falling hair. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this throutli your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the irmy disappears; but what delights .the ladles with Wyetii's Sage ant! Sulphur Is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, It also brings 'hack the (Ion and lustre and gives It an appearance of abund- ance. Sold by J. D. HiglnbtUiirn Limited. four room cottage 6th Ave.- S., near 5th St., one of the best locations desired; per month fi2.50. C; C. Pagnuelo, Phone 543. MISS FILMER'S SHOWROOM Is no' at 1110 3rd Avenuo South. Lessons given. Hours 2 to o p.m. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed Prices right. Mrs. B. J. Ilooin 41, Dominion Bldg. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Hesiemistress. JIIss V. M. Cherrington.' Boarding school for girls and young ,uoys. Bracing mountain f.Hsh School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, -Painting, sketch- Ing from nature, etc. Wrlte_ for prospectus. ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phono 637. 700 Third Avenue South. FARM PRODUCTS I__ HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES 4 GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. The Lethbildge -Wey- burn Co., limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 12G-2 1st Ave.. LethhHiige. Alberta. .Phone. 1173. TAILOR AND FURRIER FURS CLEANED dressed and alter- ed and repaired. Cleaning, pressing and repairing of allrkinds. .Special attention given' to out 'of town 'Ord- ers. "Suits made to "D The Phone 16G6, Lethbrldgei-Allaiin Miscellaneous for Sale TO modern 7 roomed house, close in. Will give lease for any length of also one furnish- ed room, to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. A S. or Phone 720. 2B1TT-0 TO 12 roomed house, fully modem with especially adapted for rooming house, two dGcrs'.froin car line, 6th St. S. Will rent reasonable.- Reply to Ed. McKenzie, Phone R 109 or Boi'165, City. flSiSCELLANEOUS Roller skates; about 35 pair of good ball -bearing roller skates milBt'bu in good shape and; cheap. Hoaglin's Poor Room, Bow Island. WANTED To purchase quarter or half section good farm land, ...clear title, giving in payment a few well located LetWbridge lots and balance in cash Apply R. V. Gibbons, Bal- moral Block. TO Island'. frail land near Victoria, flne 'climate, suit- able for growing fruit, vegetables, poultry. Trade for farm or improved city property. "We trade everything." WHtichen Real Estate Co., Calgary, Alberta. I .WANT CLEAR TITLE to quarter flection Improved or unimproved farm land In trade for well located Leth- brldge city lota and some cash, have you to offer? Apply Box 25, Herald office.___________ WINTER and Oliver can accommodate 200 or 300 head more on their farms at Iron Springs; have plenty of water, land all fenced, man In attendance' and can feed if severe weather gets in, Haye also several straw stacks. Se- oiire this before Dec. 1st. R. C. 'McClure. Phone 4S5, BOAKD AND ROOM FOR a good room with t modern conveniences, itcarn heat M. 0. A. bathg, etc., apply .Y. Transfer Phone 138 6 Csnful and Prompt Service TOR eschange for stock, '00 tons' -haled- hay.andVs'traw; also can winter 200 head of horses. Booth Bros., -Fleet, Alta. FOR Durham milk cows, -with calves; calves are two to six days' old; cows are "four to six.years' old- Apply to John-Walburger, Moun- tain View. ________. 294-rC FOR Brewery; Ivea. A. B. 292 3 FOR Aye. 3 in-'V, S500; lots In-.V, each J175-lots 24 and 25, Blk. 43, Duff Add .-I. .6220 Carsofl Ave., MEDICAL !DR. W. 8, ourseon..'Acqouolior.' Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue, __Phcno 12C8. Sherlock.-BlookT Residence 126G aljth Avenue, OUio f hours ,H-12i; 1-3; 7-8.30. uhoat Kealfaneo'1090. OH. C. C. Sur- Keon, Accouchor. OfUco at residence corner 5ti Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9; 1-8) 7 to 8 30. Phone 1203._________ DR. Bye, Nose and Throat; Oftlco hours 12.00; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phones, office 341. residence 693. DR. M. J. grtduats of Royal College of Dental Toronto, aud bolder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offlco: Roonu J and C. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (succesnor to Drs. Courtlco uate.University of .Maryland. Rooms fi nnd- 8, Macdonald Block. 'Phone 1168, Lethbrldge, Alta. ORS. MARKU AND successors to Dra. Stewart and Mc- Clore. Hours: 8 'to 6. Office, 'Hie- Innotham Block. Phonn 874 DR. E. G. mem-' ber of Royal Collena1 of Surgeons. ltne.> Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) LJI.S.V MOO. Hoars: 9-13; 1-5. Office: 6-8.. Pott raffnbothnmBloclt.-' LETHBRIDOE (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to "6 p.m. daily, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Mlas-lS. S. Cook. 11 PIANO" TUITION PUPILS FOR 1401 7th Avenue. North. .PIANO TUNING H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory experience "Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. the loading musicians of the city. Phone 1108. 1253.8th'Aye t'South 'V ant -iA ceria Surveyor: DbnaUl A. Duff, blue rlnt- Ing. civil englBeerlne and land sur- veylns. Suite '205 Sherlock Bid-. Alia AUCTIONEER W. L. and ,Civ? Licensed Auctioneer. of all kinds conducted on" reasdnablp terms. Live stock and farm Sales specialty, OfBce at tlie Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St. .North. Phone 102S, C85. pnwntown office :at-the UNDERTAKING TOH roll top 2 Morris chairs, 1 library table, 2 beds. 2 dress- ers 2 heating stoves' ana l-eitensipn dining table; .also-new Doherty piano tor sale or finish.) All good 6'24 St. South; after 6 p.m.. .-285--0 FOR iron ranges, tl down and f 1" per. iveek. 412 4th Avenue. S. T. 8. Funeral Director for the Somerville Marble Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone '561. dcnre 234 7th Ava. S. Pliona 11 Onen dsy and nlphi a. Y. HURST-r-Funeral-Director and Eminlmer. Ill; fth Street "South, nlKM nr'day.-" .1 WHOfcESALB FOR S12.BO; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 305'and 1017.' Box 1858, Leth- i J NTortli Lethbridge, blaok BOW, left oar, 200 IDS. Buell Allred, 'Raymond.-: grey lost on 3rd Ave, Iteturn.to B. W. Kingston, Tailor. STRAYED-rDark'bay mare, B years iVeiglit about 1.5% hands; heavy mane and tail, small star in forehead; wire cut oh left fore leg; scar shape of backward J; no brand. Reward for: return to J. L. Shrumm, Coaldale. lined left hand, name "Clark" on- buttons. Finder please return'to Delanys Ltd. hand 'baj containing Burn of-mon6y, between Central school and 5th St. S. Finder please leave at Herald Office. PRAYING 7 Of Allllinds Western Transfer Co. .Limited P. R. Freight Bh'fds pltice Office SUblM 462 1664 HAY, BRAIN AND POTATbES- Wholesale and retail. All cf'hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint mixed hay, upland hay, oat ha? and ttraw. Mlied carloads a Storage for etc.. cellar space for rent and corner 3nd ATP and 12th St 9 p O Bor FURRIER FURS' REMODELLED, dressefl and cleaned. let' us have order as sobiv -As David Seott, Gom- nany FLORI9T FRACHE BROS, aale and Retail. Designs, .Bo.uqiieti, Cut-. Flowers, Pot Plants', and -Hot House Vegetables.- PhoneS 1003, Lethbridge ACCOUNTANT7 W. O. of ;he Injtt of Chartered Accountants ol Ensland nr.d Walei,