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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta tomlon, Oct. Is luminary of th? war ovciuit'r.i.-: For the moment all interest is f 500 Head of Horses to Winter Have plenty of feed and range all fenced; lays lake and adjoins station. Write ROBERT OCHSNER Bittern Lake Ranch, Bittern Lake, Alberta. STARLAND Million Mystery Tonig-ht on the territory occupied _by the French left whig and ibe uenuai ri.xht where the most deter- mined fighting of the battle line is piing on. The allies' forces are'gra- dually, moving nprlluvard and to Alie French official statement, battle continues lo develop more, nhd'morc toward the north, the.ob- ject ot this being to got hcrond'th? extremity ot the German line (or the eToflJ-... movement which been..the object of the erations. DRAWING CIRCLE A continuation oi tills advance to (he north would bring tlie lilies to Canrbrai, a strongly fortified town iu Nord, and. beyond that as lar as the circle could to drawn. JlMnwhile, there is comparative calm from Reims to the Meusc, which constitute the centre of tho front, but in tlie district, to the south- east, there hare been engagements in in tho Assembly of tho 'I'ovinco oi' Al- SILENT iicgarding the operations t Martin's Bag! Phon scaggage Transfer e 1386 Careful and Prompt Of A Western Transfer Co. Limited P.- R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office Office Stables 1163 462 1664 li'orth, Berlin is officially silent, de- spatches from the German capital dc- elas'ng that no information has been given out regarding the progress ol tlie general engagement. G'ALICIA TAKES official, announcement irom PCh trograd says that the Austrian pro-, vince of Galicia is now' completely freed- of last remnants' of their troops having sought refuge -in the Carpathians. An .unofljcial de- spatch from.'the. Russian" capital Lsavs thrt'.the uniting the East EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES RE- S-ATinG TO. PRIVATE BiLi-8. 62. All applications ror private Bills, properly the blibject o[ legisla- tion by the Legislative of Alborla, wilhin' the 'purview of "The British North America Act, whether for the erection of a -bridge, the making of turnpike, road, telegraph, or telephone line, tlie construction or Improvement ot a unruour, canal, lock, slide, cr GtL-r like work; llie' o. right of the Incorporation o! any particular trade, or'calling, or ol any joint slock or other- wise for granting to any individual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doing any matter or, tiling which in its operation would affect tlie rights of property of other -parties, or relate to any particular class of tlie com- munity, or for making any ajnendmeut of a like nature to any 'former. Act, shall require a notice, clcnrlyaud dis- tinctly specifying the nature and ob- ject of. the application, and where the application refers to any proposed work, Indicating generally .th'e" loca- tion cf the work, and signed by or on behalf of the applicants, such bptic'e to be pu-blished, during two mouths, betwesn tho close of the next preced- ing Session and the time of the con- sideration of the'petition, in four Is- sues of Tho Alberta Gazette, and at one other newspaper, published- in English; and within'two weeks from appearance of such- notice in Private Sale t Must be sold tills week as wo- arc leaving tho city.. Come at half thi 1205 SIXTH. AVENUE SOUTH. and- get whnt you want ho valiio. MISCELLANEOUS' AVANTS ORGAN be cheap, and In. good will .pay. .cash. Apply .Bos.G'Herald. at least-, suitable for garage. Apply Box 11, Herald olUce. rent fully modern house. Apply giving; rental and full particulars to Box 21 Herald offlcs. SITUATIONS, VACANT for general wprli. 111C 3rd Ave. S. houB 246- woman, IS or 20 bf-'age.lo.aislst wltli housework- Apply uMre. WnVNoetflon, Phone-Rum 3ia. 247- hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; cvenln appointment. Phones, office residence B9S. fcl (Succoior'to1 llcp and Gr-d nlverB.lly of Uliu-ylniid. ..Ofllce h G. ifncdonald Dlk. Phone j jLethbrldeo. Alia. 17 H.3.'. Deni IB. Stewart and ...Clure. Hours; 9 lo 5. idnhotham.Blolt... Phonil 374. SITUATIONS WANTED as housemaid I good house by respectable .young Bbi" 37 of any kind by young man; -can handle horses a] milk. Would .take farm work "close t city. Box 4 Herald. TO RENT TO rooms by thi day, .week or month; monthly very reasonable. Will sell nt a reasonable rice the Kean Block rooming bouse B_I: Hotel. It, .Castle Prop. 'O roomed fully mod ra house with gas; near car line, on til Are. S. 521 a month. Apply Box 2'Herald. Auction Sale Friday Next, October 2nd AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. AT 120 11TH STREET SOUTH- WADDDfGTON JB favored '-witLi'lnBtrucLioDs from the Executrix ot the late Canon Public. AncHon and AVithput Resaire the remain- r ilng portion ;bt the- Very Superior Household Furniture and Effects 12 very 'handsome SolId-'SJahopiny pining Chairs, upholstered in solid leather; Superior Oak 'Buffet; Solid Oat -Erten ding Dining Table; Carpets and Rugs; Mahogany Settee; Mahogany Rocker and Chair; cut Oak, Card .Oak Secretaire; Mahogany Cream _ Brass Bed with Dtron foot mattress Oatermoor Mattress; Felt Mattress; Sinde -Bed and. Spring; Oak DrssBer; Laco and Muslin Curtains; Refrigerator; Glaas; China ware; Table Cut- 1 .fory. Etc. There will alBO-'be' sold a: Complete Library (upwards of 800 containing; complete works of RusMn, Thack- erayv Bancroft, George Ellbtt, '45 Tolumes of "The Greatest and. a; large collection oC Theological worts and modern novels These nooks -will be sold in convenient lots and should attract -the attention of the reading public of the morning. Ije devoted to the disposal of the Books China, Glass, Pictures and small effects, and -the Furniture will be Bold. in afternoon. A prompt attendance is respectiully requested. House open, for Inspection 0I goods from 4 on Thursday. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. to -' For every "or- part .of aTEerfne 'first ?100V" 000-np-to 3.00 For .every. or 'part '.of V. 20 CO J. R. COWELL, Clert of the Legislative Assembly. 24 In the of Alberta, Jiidicial Dist- rict ol Lethbridge BETWEEN No. 1482 EMMA STOVALL, Plaintiff, Defendant. There will be sold with the appro- bation of the Local .lunge of this- Hon- ourable Court on Saturday, 24th-0c: ttfoer, 1914, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, Court House, -In-the City of Lethbrjdge In the Province, of Al- Iberta; the following lands: The South West.Quarter.of Section of to amend the bridge Charter. Leth- TO roomed fully modern ouse, 1211 3rd S. Apply Dows- -Land Co. TO. room house, large, yard with stable, 231 14th St. N. month. .Apply 1412 Gth Ave, Soutlrpr Phone 324." TO Six room fully moaern ho'jse'wJlh balcony, No. 813 8th Ave. South. Apply 101S 12thL St. S. TO 7lh Aye. South, six rooms fully .Apply N. B. Peat Co., agents, Phone 670 Mao- donald Block. and: LEE JONES, 1. By changing the mode ot assess meat from the' actual land value to the price which a willing buyer-Tvould pay to a willing seller at the time when the greatest debt was incurred hy improvements within the City, al- ways giving due consideration to in- crease in .values from centre front- age to corner. 2. By increasing the penalty for non-payment ot after the end of Lhe current year, from five per centum per annum to one. per cent, per month. 3. To allow the "City five per cent. 6C the amount of school tares for levy- Ing" arid coliectiii- Jthe" a'ame: 4. percentage of the voters requlred'-upon a petition for a. recall of 'the City Commiaaloners from Iifteen'per ceati-of the total vote cast at the last final election to fifteen per cent, of the total voters on the last revised list." and that petitions must be returned- to. the City Clerk. withJn-sis days .from they. are started! .5.. To place of the assesament roll, .the tax" roll and ..the voters' list under "department of tlie City Aaseasor'inEtead of "the City Clerk, v r 6, To validate By-law Number 236 of the City of Lethbridge and the bonds Issued thereunder -.which TO class winter pasture on Irrigable 'land. 3 miles west of Coaldale; plenty of water. Terms ap- ply'WllGori Bldg. or phone J. H. 802. PHYSICIAli Dr..- L. B. of'4 lege Physicians and bsrta. Snlte S1G-18, Sherlock Phone H14. MASSAGE E. G, DenllBt Colleg, of riurgti Llcentlato Royal Colleji yslcUns (London) LDS 1 ure: 9-12; 1-5. Office: C-8. f ca Rloek. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVE K. M. Hoi! graduate of the Pennsylvania