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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO fcETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914 the Market Place for "WANTS" Famous for Bringing Results-Cost but Little-Try them and be Convinced We Are Now Located In the Royal Bank Building, Third Avenue and are ready to fill your orders for General Job Printing The ONLY House south of the C. P. R. Manufacturing RUBBER STAMPS OUR SPLENDID LINE OF Private Greeting Cards Second to None. We Print ancj Deliver in a few AND SEE Lethbridge Quick Print Royal Bank Building Tells of Commission Govern- a Bed of Thorns COLEMAN IS BEING CONGRATULATED Montreal, Nov. no pfflcial circular has been issued, D. is being congratulated by it-he newspapers on his coming ap- pointment as Assistant General Man- seer of the C.P.U. western lines at Winnipeg. It headquarters of announced at the the U.P.R. that C. H. Huell, who for some years was chief clerk to ice-IJrcsidcnt, D, Slc- 'NjcoII, has been promoted to stafl registrar an-d secretary of the pen- Bion.department. kev. Dr. Kerby is a .candidate fechoo! trustee in Calgary. P. Bums Co. have shipped trainload (Friday. of cattle to Chicago last ST. KILDA NEWS The weather has been good ot. late for this time of the year. The Boundary Oil Co. is drilling every day and are at a depth of '1400 fc Edmonton, Altn., Nov. missioners Hy thorns, thorns 'that prick deeply, ..The people expect too much of men want work; when there ti no work to be obtained. Bustneis men want prosperity; "whch there la no prosperity In sight. Working men will damn you if you don't give them what they want, and the business men will damn you if you don't give them what they ask for. In fact, you are damn- ed nil round. Commission government is full of criticism." Thus spoke Mayor W. D. L. Hardfe of Lethbridge, at the south ling held in the High school last night. Mr. Bardie and F. J. Dickaon, M.P.P., of Winnipeg Centre, spoke to Edmon- ton audiences last evening; on-' both sides of the river, advocating adop- tion of the elective commission form ot" government. JlivDlckson Is au ex- ponent of the arguments for direct legislation, and enter- taining talks at both meetings. When changes are wanted ne- cessary to make haste slowly. It tcok us five years in Lethbridge to get the commission form of government be- fore the said Mayor Hardie. I took office under the.alder-. eeL It is thought by some that the I manic form of government H was a ressure of the mountains at this well (year of claptrap and will insure a gusher as soon as oil is struck. The dance by Mr. and Mrs. John JIcTaggart on Thursday even- the best ever held in this part, of Space will not permit of giving the names of the guests. There "were US in attend- ance, and they proved to be the jol'a- est bunch ever seen together in this part of the country. Music was-fur lished by Clarence Metcali, Raymonr Etnoble, "Larrel, a full orchestra, A flue-supper was served The new hall'was filled to its.cap- acity, and a good time-was enoysd bj all." year that defamed the city, of doing it good. There were axes to grind and special opportunities to be given by the men who were always on FOR SALE 18 head of Thoroughbred Ram- bouillet Rams In good condition for breeding purposes. Pi-ice per heart See or write: R. C. Harvey Breeder of and Dealer in Sheep. RAYMOND, ALTA. I'll summon the waiter er other strvanti that art needed for the hotel or home. TAX NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Tues- day, December 1st, is the last day on which Taies can be paid to receive 5 per cent, discount. R. C. FARR1S, City Treasurer. the fence." Recall on Tapll CANADIAN P AC I FLIC Very Low Fares in connection with Excursions to Old Goootry Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit fire months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. full information ra rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. write R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, i Alberta Winter Fair CALGARY, DEC. 8-11 CHEAP FARES FROM ALL 6TA- T10NSJN ALBERTA ONE WAY-FIRST CLASS FARE FOR HOUND TRIP Going Dates Dec. 7-10 Final .return limit Dec.- 14th, 1914. Further infcrmatibh from any Agent or. write E, DAWSON District Passenger -Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN CANADIAN Excursions to Eastern Canada, Great Britain and United States TICKETS ON SALE: TO EASTERN CANADA and UNITED STATES 1 to 31... (Limit Three TO GREAT BRITAIN, Daily from Nov 2s to DEC 31, 1914 (Limit rive Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A rTRIP.'IN COMFORT Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars; Compartment, Observation Coaches; Excellent Dining Car' Service A FEW FARES EASTERN CANADA Montreal, Belleville, Kingston and Quebec .................572.70 St. John and 'Jloncton Halifax fares to other points in Eutem Canada. UNITED STATES Minneapolis and St Paul. 40 Duluth Chicago.........., Kansas City Low rates to other poults in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Repreunt ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Further Information on all excursions from S. B.'Mitchell, Depot Ticket Agent; or 1. DAWSON.. Passenger Agent, Calgary. The Lethbridge Mayor told' the south side audience' that- the recall Is constantly on the tapis in Gls. city. It is always the workingman who is dissatisfied. Recall petitions', he said, were gotten up because-he. advo- cated the one man, one car system, that Is, one men ope'ratlng 'a street car. Then, when, the labor bureau was brought recall petitions were once more ia circulation. "There is always more or ,resV; a' -.difference with one or more sections of the town against the commissioners, and they are always threatening the re- call. man m'afce good; as a commissioner within two years of service, and he -should be given a chance to make at least two reports The commissioners are satisfied ar.d the people are satisfied with regard to the recall requiring 15'per "cent, of the electorate. Don't think that Lethhrldgs has surmounted all its difficulties. It .has not. We- have gone ahead too fust aM.ihe taxes are too high. I am going to propose eoon- er or. later that all the cities 'In the province get together regarding, un- employment and delinquent-- Uxes Street Railway, deficit In answer io .a Alayor Hardie stated that Lethbridge owned its electric light. waterworKs' -and treet railway. The first their own -way, while the. street rail- way is making a deficit never expected it to make anything hut a ha said. The speaker'admitted that tenants and adults voted In the franchise, but :hey all had to be taxpayers The ax rate was 'Professor "Alexander spoke for a 'svf minutes, outlining the proposed charter and he admitted that" he dis a'pproved of the -'terms- the resi- dency clause, iri tile proposed -fran- chise for Edmonton. J.' Dickson gave an entertaining alk on direct legislation, and. at tha saihe time spoke "favorably of the el- ective commission form of "go'veru- meut, He likened. the recall unto a .not. always necessary to use it, tut a- look in its direction oJttimes satisfies "No greater, heritage for a man to leave his-cbildren eaid the speaker, in urging the citizens to get for the city he best possible government "Man load is greater than money and hu- man rights greater property rights." BIG CANADIAN EXCURSIONS TO Eastern Can, andUnited States ,0n sale December 1st to December 31st, 1914. THREE MONTHS LIMIT -VIBY LOW FARES TO Toronto, HamHton.iSarnla, Winaior, Mont- real, OtUwa, Belleville, Kirijiton. St. John, Moncton, Halifax and All pelntt- .Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces. REDUCED HATM TO points In Ctntral Statta, including Minneapolis, Duluth, Chleigo, City other points CHIAP HAIL PARES CONNECTION WITH TRANS ATLANTIC PASSAOEf-RETURN LIMIT o MONTHS. All further laWrmaiieii, from or DISTRICT PASSENGER .CALCARV. Notice to.Creditors In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN THOMAS PETTS Insolvent Notice is hereby given tiiat the above nanied insolvent John Thomas 'ctts of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, Boot and Shoe Merchant, has made an assignment of his estate'and effects to The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, of- 'iciai assignee, for the general benefit if his under the provisions )f "The Assignment being Chapter C of the Statutes of Alberta, 1907. The are notified to meet at the Office of The Trusts end Guar- antee Comr'any, Limited, iu the City of Calgary, at'the hour of 3 o'clock, in the afternoon on Wednesday the 9th day of December, 19H, for the pur- pose of receiving a statement of the affairs of the said insolvent, for the appointment of inspectors, and the giving of directions with reference to the disposal of the estate. creditor.. or person claiming to be entitled to rank oh the estate assigned is required to deliver or send postpaid to the said company on or be- fore the 27th day of December, 1914 particulars of his claim, verified by- statutory declaration and such vouch- ers as the case admits of, and stat- ing whether he holds any security, for his claim or any part thereof, and put- ting a specified_yalue on such secur- ity (if any) in''accordance with 'the said Act. And notice is further given that af- ter the said 27th day oi D.ecember, 1914, the said. Company wilt-proceed to distribute the. estate of the said insolvent under the said Act, having regard oniv to the "claims of which it shall have notice at such tlirie'of dis tribution. Dated at Calgary, this 27th day of November, 1914. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, Official Assignee. H. .A. HOWARD, Manager. R. Andrew Smith, Lethbridge. Solicitor for the said Company Ad .No. W I AM rortit Perltr.f 25 Words, 26 cents an Six Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID ;M ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT maid. Apply to Mrs. J. M. Altkln, 276 7th Ave. S. 296-0 general servant. Ap- ply 1412 4th Ave. S. 297-1 men at once, to occupy first class rooms with ail modern con- veniences at ?5 per month; also light housekeeping suites. Apply 323 llth t; South. SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper or.general house work by widow with one child.' Apply Mrs. Haskell, Ken- nes. AHa. ______________ WANTED The Public to take advantage of the Prices going at I C. W. GRAY'S Hardware Store (I TO RENT TO six roomed modern house, 13th St. S., 513.60 per mouth. >.pply to K. D. Johnson. Molsons Bank. TO house, fully equipped and ready, to occupy. Will rent for board .and room. If interest- ed-phono 1403 or 1388 after 6 p.m. 297-6 ATTRACTION FOR MAGRATH Magrath, Alia., Nov 30 On the night. of December the townspeople of Magrath witness one of the biggest, and. most artistic productions ever staged in Southern Alberta "Santa's a Chrlptrau cantata, performed by about 100 school children, will be given on, this date. For ireelo past they have been carefully trained by Mr Lynn Oihb, teacher of music; who is a graduate of -the Brlgham Young .University, and a: soloist of recognized ability. Mr Oibb K ably assisted by Mrs Vilda Mathleson, au accomplished pianist and dramatic: Is coaching a number of the choruses Miss Watt, the kindegarten teaoher, supervising the lines, Ttblle Mr. Clarke and Mill Ooodeve, teachers Grade! Ill and IV, respectively, are looking after the atage and pro- perties" The other members of the itaff. Miss Parrlsh and MlC Coombs, are training the children- for the novel but 'complex, drills. SPIES LURKED 'IN Took Placet of Lunitlci' AtUndtnti and Aided German Qun Fire Paris German spies hftve been the most unlikely places In raine they used a lunatic asylum as a'depot. All the doctors and-most of .'the, ordinary-attendants deserted the institution with the approach of the French army. Their spies Fighting proceeded around the place for severa} days, and by clever use of Red Grow Ilagf, were able-to direct the German artillery firs with deadly effect Fifteen were executed In toe aiylum courtyard. J gold chain bracelet; find- er will receive reward" by. leaving same at 6.80 llth St 13th St. and Ave. a purse containing sum. of money.'Re- ward on returning to Herald office. from C. P. R. station, Lethbridge, Nov. 19, and gray collie, white. well built answers to name of "Kernel." Finder advise S. B. Mitchell; Ticket Agent, C. P. R., Lethbridge. North Lethbridge, 'black eow, crop-oft left ear, 200-lbs. -Buell Ailred, Raymond. grey, vest: lost Return to E. W. Kingstoni.-Tailor. Bay .mtre, 5..years bid, weight about 1300; 15% hands; heavy mane and. tali, .imall star In forehead; wire cut on left lore leg; scar shape of backward-J; no brand. Reward-for return to J.. L.' Shrumm, Coaldale TO four roomed house on ISth street north. Also at reason- able terras fully modern nouse on 13th street south, with gas, vacant Decem- ber- 18th. For full particulars apply 439 13th Street of phone 539. 297-G Professional Cards MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmer graduate ot the'iPonnsylvania Ortho- paedic Medical .Massage and'Gymnastics.. Electrl- caU Vibratory nnil Therapeutic Light aid Sham, poothg .'Treatments given hy ap- pointment only. Room PK1VATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE Mrs. Van PrlTHto and maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue Smith. FboriR 74B. _____________I sHOWROOM_is now at 1110 3rd Avenue Soutli. given. Hours 2 to 0 p.m DRESSMAKING J Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. B. J. Pannell. Room 41, Dominion Bids. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL-Cran- brook B. C. Headmistress. Miss V. M. Cherrlngton. Boarding scnoM for girls 'and young, boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography anil Bookkeeping, .Special attention given to Sketch- ing from nature, 'etc. Write _for prospectus. u ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE A Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 706 Third Avenue South. _____ HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload nuotations: The Lethbridge Wey- burn Co I Imuod Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st Avc S Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 1173 TAILOR: AND FURRIER, FURS CLEANED dressed and alter- ed and repaired' Cleaning, pressing and -epdirmg of all kinds. Special attention given to out ot town ord- ers Suits, made to measure. "D The Tailor 4V> ith St S. Phone 16tiG LothbridgCjUta RENOVATING TO roomed house or 6 roomed modern conyenleu ces, also gas. Apply 329 llth St. S TO neat 5 roomed cottage, 16th St. 2nd ave. A. N. water and electric light. Apply The Mitford Co. or phono 1S4S. 2971 TO furnished rooms for light housekeeping in fully modern house; also one furnished bedroom rent reasonable. Apply 508 5th Ave S. or Phone 1661. FURNISHED conven- iently situated to depot and business quarter, modern, very comfortable and reasonable rental. Miss Smith, Room 3 Union Bank Building. TO roomed fully modern, warm, gas heated house, furnished or unfurnished; one block from new post office; house recently painted and repaired. Furniture new. W. H, McL, Phones 621 or 329. BOARD AND ROOM FOR a Rood room with mil modem iteani neftt, ihowir batbs. Blunge, apply MCA AUTO BREAKS WRIST Car Carrying Alberta Tag No, 4469 Down Spokane'-.Wornan Spokane, Nov. 28.-r-Strack by an automobile, Mrs. Catherine DaviB, age 34, W304 Fourth avenue, knocked down while crossing Washington St, at .Third avenue. Hurled several feet she fracture..of the-wrist and lacerations of'the scalp She was picked up- by two men, oc- cupants ot the car. and carried Into the Spokane (General. hospital, .vhere she was attended by Dr John G Cun hlgbam The (men disappeared before the-.police were informed of the" oc- currence Their car bore ths number Alberta 4469f PRAYING Of'All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited R. Frelgnl f Office PHONM t i flM t 412 TO with fixtures, in Burgmann block. Phone 752. TO modern 7 roomed house, close In. Will give lease for any length of time; also one furnish ed room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave: A S. or Phone 7SO. TO 32 roomed house fully modern with gas, especially adapted for rooming house, close In two doors car lino, eth St. S Will rent reasonable. Reply to Ed. HoKenzie. Phone R 109 or Box 165 City MISCELLANEOUS WANTS I class board or hoard and room by office man. Willing, to pay first class price. Address Box 48 Herald. skates; about ?5 pair of good hall bearing roller skates must In good shape and cheap. Hoaglln's Pool Room, Bow Island. purchase quarter or half Emotion good farm land, clear title, giving in payment a few well located Lethbridge lots and balance In cash Apply R. V. Gibbons, Bal- moral Block. DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD clothes. Mrs. Owen Slllllvau will keep'them in perfect condition from hat to hoso at: small expense. Ex- pert mending and remodeling. Pack- ages called for and delivered. 1238 3rd Ave .South. f. rf ff f. t. keep up to date any re- liable business.firms' books in the city for per month. ipply BOK! Herald 297-3 v I MEDICAL OR. W. s, Accouoller. Hours-' p.m. Office OK Third Avenue. Phone 12C8 DR. Sherlock Blooll. Residence 12GO Sixth OUIcn hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Offl'je ijhoao 1090. Ufi. C, C, !3ur- Accouclicr. Office at resldenco corutr 5tb Avenue South aud 7th Street South. Hours: 8-U; 1-8; I to 8.3D. Phone DR. Eye, Noie and Throat; Dominion Buiidiug. Office hours 10.00 2-6; evenings by appointment. 341, residence 593. DENTAL OR. M. J. of Royal College of Dental Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Booms 6 and C. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtico uate University of Maryland. Rooms S and 9, Jlacclonnld Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS, MAKrtS AND Bllcceasors to Drs.. Stewart and Mc- Clore. .Hours: 9-to 6. Offlce. Big- inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal 'ColisKa of Surgeons, IEng.> Licentiate Royal College o! Physicians (London) 1900. Hours: n-12; t-B. omco: 6-8. Pott Hlginbotham Block. VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI (The Herbal System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. Jally, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss E. 3. Cook. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANO'-Orlando Kay. PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London. England.. Reference to tha leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. fith Avc A Snuth SUJtVEYING DVfF S, M Ed- wards. Dominion am berca Land Surrej'Or; Donali! A. Citff, vluv. !ng, civil engineering and land sur- Suit" 205 Sherlock" Hide. AUCTIONEER W. L. and Cltr Licensed Auctioneer. -Sales of all" kinds conducted on rnasonabip terms. Live stock and farm sales a spsclelty. Offlco- at ths .Wilsi-n Furniture Co.. 404 .ISth St. Korth. Phonn W23. .ncsMcnce Phone C8S. Powntown ofllcd nt Hie Miscellaneous for Sale j FOR send in your on n cash price for the following: Vic- toria Park lots 11 and Block 9. Assessment clear title. Address, btandard Publishing Co Ltd., 229a, Eighth W Oalgarj FOR SALE OR to sell or e change for cattle or horses, a good bain and business, close to Lethbridge This is a good busi- ness and nil bo sold cheap. Also a meat market' adjoining, that is rented. Apply Box o7 Herald buy'for spot cash, di- rect from owner, large tracts .of land about 1 000 acres and acres within 60 miles of Lethbridge. Box 26 Herald FOR .'exchange ior. stock, 200 tons .bailed, hay; and. straw; also can winter 200 head of horses. Booth Bros Host A1U FOB SALE-f-Four: Durham milk cows, with- calves; calves' are two to six days' old; cows' are four to six years' old Apris to John Waiburger, Moun- tain View Alta. FOR iron ranges, SI down and ?1 per wpclr Aiinly 412 4th Avenue S. BOR 51250; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct from the growers thrbugh their Eales: office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1858, Leth- bridge TO Island trail land hear Victoria, fine climate, suit able for growing fruit, vegetables, poultry. Trade for farm or Improved city property. "We trade everything. Witticheh Real Estate Co., Caigarj WINTER and I Oliver can accommodate 200 or 300 more on their farms at Iron I Springs; have plenty of-water, land all man in attendance and! can feed if f jvere weather sets In Ilivc straw stacks. Se- cure this before Dec. 1st. Phone 485, R. C. 'McClure FOR SALE Ha'rdware" at Greatly Reduced Prices at GRAY'S HARDWARE STORE Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 Careful Prompt Service UNTJEHTAIONG T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Marble Granite Works, of Calgary.- Ofdce opposite Court House.' Phone 561. leal. flenre 584 7th Are. S. .Phone 1176. Onen.dny and night. S. Y. Director anu T5mbalmpr. Strest1 South, nlsf'it or day. HAY. WHOLESALE GRAlS" itraw. Mised' carloads a sqecialty. Storage for hoiisehnM cellar space for rent Hyde and Snundp.rB. corner Sn-l ATP. nnd 12th l> FURRIER 'URS REMODELLED, 'dressed' and cleaned.' Work ..guaranteed. Please let us have order as -soon as pos- sible. David Scott, Bontley Com- nany Store. FLORI9T J FRACHE BROS. snle nnrl Retail. .Designs, Bouquets, Cut Plovers, Pot Plants and Hot House Vegetables. .Phone 1003, Lethhrldge. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of stltnte of Charferefl Accountants ol England..ind and.of In- tutu of; Chartered Accountants In W. A. HENHERSON COY. Winnipeg Lethbrldoe Medicine Hal Accountancy in' all Its .brtnoiet Audit, Sccrcloriaj. Ad- visory, and Trust tlgatlo'is, UguUallons. Audla 3ulldlng, R. J. RITCHIE PATERiON, Chartired Accountant (Scat) ;