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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Will Qst Benefit of Plneher FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 the world's outstanding evil. "fcr there It no longer a. place In efttclent business world .or tie man. Bnt man cwinot over- borne; tha habit by desire or will- poww aSoue. The source of tfce craT1- life. 'must Ibo removed. The Noal neutralizes and eliminates tbe'polson Alcohol from the system and thus removes all craving and de- sire' for liquor and at the end of 'three days.-. enables the patient to.retuiw home' completely cured.; The Treat- nfciit'-ls harmless, internal, and vrtth- out: hypodermic Injections. Treatment .-for. the Drug Ha'blt is equally, as. efficient. for ,lt To- .The Keal by Eloerl HuWisrd. 820 13th Ave. W. Calgary. Phone W. 4626. LIFE INSURANCE AGENT 4 SAYS EUROPEAN WAR WILL NOT BE DRAWN OUT "Montreal, Qiie., R.' Heiemao, president of the Sletropoli- tain Life Insurance Co., returned from'; ajbroad. Speaking of the war, he said believe this Trill be a short war tfh'e very weight and fie bigness of il will stop- it Who will raise the money tb.carry it on2 Ordinarily nations bor- roW from each other, now they have to UBS their own monoy. Five million men have to paid daily wages; flf teen mBHon meals have to be servet every sad. five pairs .oi shoes have to be supplied every month. Where will tha money come Mr. Hegemaa says does not look great revival in business until the o( tha war. Onek'e Pinoher Oreek, SepV ing ol tho committee w vxafife-.ivie work ol the patriotic fund ol .4iio district wns held in the hall of the city fathers on Tuesday evening. Major Dobhle-was a'skem to t bltair Iras' pointed Much cussicm' then took place to the most advisable plan to woik OR, the re- s ult being: that a. motion Bit-President Taft Is to give a lec- ture at Quebec In aid of the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Germany has seized two cigarette factories at DrssJijn and Baden, for the reason that most ot the .capital interested comes, from Great Britain HAVE D AKK HAIR AND LOOK YOUNG Dont aratyl Nobody can- tell when you darken gray, faded hair with Cage Tea and Sulphur. Grandmother tept her hair heautl- tuBy. .darkened, glossy and abundant with aTkrnr of Sage Tea and Sulphur. her hair fell ont-or'took on that, dull, fedeft or streaked ap- peanuoe, this simple mixture was ap- pHed Trttt -wonderful effect By art- Ing at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur you urtll get a large bottle of thia 6M time ready to use, for about 50 ceuta Tills simple mixture can be depended upon to restoia natural col 'or'aod beauty to the hair and is splen- did for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hatr. ,s A welHaiown doTmtewn druggist Bays everybody uses Wysth's.Sage and Sulphur, because it darkem, eo iiatur- any and: evenly that ncbody can tell it ft been so easy to use, too You sim-oly dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through. fma hair, taking one straniS at a time By moaning the gray hair disappears, after another application or two, It js nstorod to Its natufal color and looks flatty, tan and abundant Sold by J. D. Mfalnbetham Co. LImlUd. that we form ourselves into A Al pairlotlo .committee. Carried. Mr.'' Hydorthen made motion that Col. Kemmis be appointed president, this was' seconded ty, Mr. JB. Jexsk- SOQ and It was moved by Mr. Morden, tec- onded by .Mr. Lebel, thai Mi, Hyde be appointed secretary-treasurer. Car- ritd. The following resolutions ven-thrn passed Moved bj W. H. Jackson, seconded by Thos. Scott, that the funds col- lected be strictly patriotic, and for the benefit of families and depend- ants of enlisted the front.' Moved by Mr. Tatem, seconded by W. H. Jackson, that the secretary- Ottawa or Montreal to find out in event ol this society remitting funds to iihe main local, men. go to the front, for their families. Sioved by JThos. Morden, seconded by R. B. Buohanai, that W. H. Jackson, T. Scott and T. Lebel be a committee. to take charge; ot -the immediate collection lot. subscriptions and clothmg for tin Belgin ReUet fund, and to .secure tie sad of the ca- dets if advisable in collecting cloth- ing. Mr. Morden had the scheme of bis motion ;so well in.hand, it was deemed advisable, to add his name to the committee, and they; made him chairman. He immediately called a meeting at ear- start, a' live committee, and a motto, "Put on the clothes you ah- solutely need, .and send your surplus io the Belgians who fought the brave and who are suffering and aeed .your help, so much Just will cause a clearing out ol -things "we thought' we. must have, but -we will gladly do .without if we can but help, iron a little. A motion, was thm.niade by T. H. Scott, seconded by Mr. Tatem, that the secretary place lists in all public] -country post of- Deputation Waits, Upon the Minister of Municipalities at Edraontoa U11LITIES BOARD UIIGED Oaljary, Oct. cxcouttiTO ol the -Alberta -Urban Datmipi- 'palitiw, oonMstiiag 'ol PresidMtVMay or Hardia, of ex-Presi- dent F. W. Galbraiifc, 61 Red Deer; Secretary-Trcasurflr A.' W. Allen, of Rod Deer, and ex-Mayor William Short, of Edmonton, itad an inter- view with the. Hon. .Wilfrid Gariopy; minister ol municipalities, and Hoiu 'J. R. Boyh, minister oi education, with regard to several resolutions which'were passed at the recent con- vention ol the association at Cam- ose. First ol all-they were in a congra- tulatory mood. They expressed tlieir pleasare that the government 'had seen fit to present to tho imperial authorities one-half million bushels qf oats on behalf of the province, acd spoke oi the desire of the municipal- ities to take part in the prganiza- i'of Canadian They also congratulated Mr. Gariepy and his department for being so ready to listen to their, requests and being so willing ttf; work in coniiinctioa with them. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD One of the resolutions .presented by the delegation oealt with lishment pi a local goyernment; hoard' and utilities- commissioner. It was proposed that this hoard should be appointed by tho go'vernment by statute, "with power to control the ea.pita! expenditures of each municipality. That is -to, say, with regard to a "bylaw for paving, for instance, the. hoard would decide as to the advisabijity of tite expanse, WouseholdGoods Mutt ire sold thlt vnk- uira 2eaYln( the city. Come and ret That you want etvhalf the value. 1806 SIXTH AVENUE COUTH. MISCELLANEOUS t chop, pig and feed and hoy. Qlve prices to Klnnoit Crow's Mo-, siiltiWe.-for HernW. office. at.aeaat rent fuUyV furnlshsd modem house. Apply giving rental and full particulars to Box 21 Herald v .SITUATIONS VACANT or years assist irith housewcr Apply Win. Neatson, Phono Rum good men wantei must hare Jjttle cash; money maki for right party. Apply at once. N other than 'hustlors need apply. Aut m'atlo-Hose Coupler Co., Ltd., Room 117. Sherlock Bldg. 1S4-- and women to loai Barber Trade. Bight weeks required positions or locations secured as soo as make bl money; catalogue and tprms free Moler Barber College. 804A Centr St, Calgary. unfurnished' rooms for light- housekeeping or thrpae jooms., with kitchen furnished 'In: house, by couple with no Apply Box -feed and splendid! place to winter stock on calves or yearlings preferred; G. Ii: Gabler, Dover Court, Alta, TEACHER WANTED TEACHER WANTED-Mn "the Lcth bridge act as.dlstrlc editor for the Alberta -.School Journa Duties, to write monthly local notes and to receive subscriptions, adver Isements, etc.' Liberal payment iccepted matter, which, with commls sions, should average ?10 to pe month. Must have cash to In vest form Ing- to 'take over present business which shows profits past earning equal to a 15% dividend. As only on appointment will be made 'In each in spectorate, this la an unusual, oppor tunlty for a teacher, to largely in WANTED TO Cattle'. f- lorses, or ;would exchange good lane and agreements of salo for. same. Ap- present salary, to -Editor Alberta ply Rotshteln Bros., Limerick, 243- winter SOG. horses or month. Have many straw stacks" grain, second growth, and well waterr Communicate Immediately, ker, Nanton. and sheep to feed through... winter here in jthe irrigated Horses per h'eat per.month; cattle 51.50. Special "a rangements for fattening steorsJ Products Limited, :W, J. Lloyd Mf Phonea.1017 and> 3ti5._ :ittee THa ladles' Wanted! SOO Head of Horses to Winter of (M4 and mil taucii Uys iJong lake wti shells station. ROBERT OOH9NEK Lskt Ranch, BittMm Lain, tees, requesting proprietors to col- ect any subscriptions offered, temit- ing same to Secretary-Treasurer H. Hy3e, to be placed to the credit of ;he Pmcher Creek patriotic fund corn- committee appointed to arrange for. the. patriotic entertain- ment and dance were then instructed after which the'meeting adjourned. DEATH OP PERCY WEILBR The death occurred on Monday, Sept 28th, at the Memorial Hospital of Percy. Wieler, aged 10 years, son of Mm ifred Bums, of Twin Butte The little lad had heen ill 'for some timo and deati was not Much sympathy is felt lor Ms family. The funeral took place from St. Hen- ry's church, Yarrow, morning. Wednesday MRS. GORE NOT GUILTY Oct. Eliza- beth Gore, charged with murder 'of: her. Thomaa a wealthy farmer of Tregairva, T7as found "Not juHty" by a. Jury in the Supreme Court Wednesday night A pop- ular demonstration. lasting several followed the announcement of tie verdict Tha jury was absent from, the court room less than half an bobr. Mayor Martin of .Montreal was the recipient of a testimonial of from his friends. For The Attention of Farmers! WE ARE PREPARED TO WINTER CATTLE AND HORSES ON SHARES OR CASH RENTAL BASIS. Hie Land Corporation, Ltd. FLEET-rALBERTA. N OT IC E After October 1st all accounts due to the Company, monthly gas accounts and any "-other accounts, will be payable to the Canad- yian Bank of Commerce. Tbe Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited and as to the best method of raising and spending the money Mr. thinks this is a step in the right di points out that the .pro- gress of reform is necessarily slow, and that this will doubtless cgrne time aa the necessity for such becomes appareat. BUSINESS TAXES Arisocond resolution -dealt with the right to levy business taxes under certain conditions. The association is not departing from rtho principle of single but is of opinion that at certain times, such as during a finan- cial stringency, the government should provide some means by 'the towns' could increase...their rev- enues, under certain, restrictions. The delegation also interviewed, the Hon. J. R. ,Bpyle .with1' regard "to a resolution requiring that all money bylaws for school purposes iiTtowns and cities should-be- submitted to a vote of the ratepayers, instead ot leaving it optional, as at present. In replv, ilr Boyle said he thought the legislature had framed the law m this way because it was of the opin- ion, that the erection of- school hous-, es was something that was absolute- ly essential in the public interest, and that the education of children had to be considered before'every thing, else. Tfoat this was in the mind 'of the legislature was quite evident when it was remembered that it was provid- ed th'at the school first charge on the revenue of a munici- pality While .soma school boards mignt have been extravagant, very tew complaia-ts had heen made to tbe 'department, and in only a small num- ber or instances bad the ratepayers tho fioible to present petitions asking for votes to be taken On this account he thought the publir had been fairly well satisfied, and he would therefore be loath to recom- mend to the policy of throwing into the arena of local poli- tics the question of the erection of every new public school. CHECKING "UP BORROWING Mr. Boyle pointed out that this year a branch had been established, with tho duly ef checking up tho bor- rowing of the towns. His department was thinking of going so far as to ask the legislature for, power to com- pel the town school boards to file their plans and specifications for new and thus enable the depart- ment to keep down -the estimates to authorized, amounts. Whether the department would ask that that pow- er be extended so as to apply to the cities, he was not prepared to say Other resolutions presented by the delegation included proposals connect- ed with" the division of police -court fines, and the destination of liquor license, fees. SHEEP FOR SALE FOR thousand..choice one two and-thEeevyeir oia Also one registered' Oxford1'Down Shearling Kam." B. S. Fawaoa; Coal- dale. Phone R-704. 111 the Supreme Court of Alberta, iTudicial Dist- trict of -Lethbridge Between: No. 1525. Stratucona. Apply at once School Journa] .232-1 SITUATIONS WANTED as genera! serv ant In private house, city preferred; old country girl. Address S27 llth St. S., City. Phone 1507. as housemaid' in good house by respectable Box 37 Heral'd. of any kind- by. young man; can handle horses. .a milk. Would take farm work closo'to city. .Box 4 Herald. TO RENT TO furnished, bright, pleasant .rooms In private family, will give board if desired. 1007 3rd Ave South. TO rooms by the day, week or month; monthly very reasonable. Will sell at a reasonable price the Keah'Block rooming "house, rear of Lethbridge 'Hotel; Prop. Castle, LEWIS MARTIN JOHNSTONE an HENRY' HOWARD; Trustees 'of tho Estate of JOHN HO.W. Deceased. Plaintif and GEORGE WILLIAM INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY >'QF -AMERICA. Defendan rf There will be sold with, the.' ai ration or the of this lion oraMe Court on Saturday, the 24th o Octiiber.'iaii at the hour of.12 b'cloc noon, at the Court- House "in the Oit of Lethbridge, in the Province of Al berta, tho following lands. The N'orth-west quarter of Sectio rwenty-four Toimship Fou- een (14) :and Range (22 Vest Neuritis, Deaf- neas.i'Gatarrhii Bronchitis, -Paralysis, Goitre and Indigestion., -For free'inr formation and free trial apply at 714 llth St. 7, to 8 p.m. ____ Migeollancous for TO class winter .pasture irrlgahle laud 2 miles west of Coaldale; plenty of water Terms ap- ply Wilson Skelth, Sherlock Bldg, or phone J P Thorn, 802 T76 neat and comfort- able.SvToomed house, with good cellar line; partly furnished if de- Apply 1706 6th after sired. 5 p.m. TO bth Ave" S eight- roomed modern house jjfitted WUT stprm windows and doors, lull'size basement, will install gas if tenant desires Apply 536 8th Pjione 1481 TO 54S 7th St. S a comfort able famished room lot water heated, use lloekB from cpntrp of Apply'in mornings. for jjentlem of "phone, th three TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Av'ailabte Sept. .1st. Apply A, B. 'Staffoijl, Stafford Block TO modem, np-to date, centrally ner-mouth mmediate possess Ion.. Ring 543, C Co TO room semi modern cottage, No 628 12th Street per month Aiiply fN B Peat Co, loom 5, -Macdonald BIk. OR cow, Jersey, due to freshen .in February Amilv 632 12th FOR guantity of hid} class, turniture; at 61.5 6th St S Can be seen Saturday and Monaay. Dsn.'t FOR "byV'Bell, good' aj new; owner will a sacrifice for cash or on terms; might rent it to careful party Phone Call 414 DUFF EDVVARDS-HWm. 'M "Ed- wardi BA.Sc, Domialon ana Al- berta iano Surveyor; Donalf. A. Duff, C btoe jrlnt- lot, civil engineering and land sur- veying Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg e'hlirldg? Alta n tf L AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-ProvInclal and Citv Licensed Auctioneer. Sale, of all fcJnai conducted on reasonable terras stock farm miss ipsclalty Office at the Wilson JTurnlt'ire to, 404 JSth St Phone W3. Beiidencs Phone" T85 Downtown the UNDERTAKING 13th MSt .South. FOR cow and bull.-TG- gistered, also black standard bred geldings, 4 arid B-years old Ap ply TO.'A. Ott, For Sale or TQ paeceg of Jot sheep or cat, tie A snaj> for someone A. Linton, Bdnnell's Livery7 Stable.''-' FOR 30 cars famous Stony Plain potatoes What offers' Single cars or any quantity. Bard- Russell, Bhipgers, Stony 1 lam, Man 8 SALE OR FOR have [jethbridge clear title vacant house -property, also farm lands to exchange for Winnipeg property What have you' Sfete full particulars Horald office. Ave OR near fine eight rooni iXJR now occupied Western flrs: loor north of Herald Ready now Apjly at Kera'd office. 'O roomed house, 1262 th' Ave. A S., all modern convenien- ea at per month., Apply Stand- rd Securities Co, 115 Sherlock BIk 1291. BOARD AND ROOM a good room with all nbdern conveniences, steam boat; hower baths plunge, etc, upply T I. 0 A BOARD AMP con- veniences; par week. Apply 834 BL 30ARD AND King's-Ho- el offers the best, room and board In city for thirty dollars ner mouth outside rooms, steam: heated. 212-6 Business Opportunities you a sharehoW- cin the old Rocky Mpuntaln Oil ami Wvelopmeiit Company Ltd, of Cal- If go, It will be to your age to communicate at once with United' Agencies Ltd., 125 West', Calgary. Alta. t FOUND .-J black suit coat lined tit reward. t "i house." lane side and rear, future busl 118B3 location; cheap on easy terms, or exchange aid Office Address Box 29, H'cr- PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR acres fund four miles from.Nev Paytori, for sale or exchange for Begtna property. Dr. Reglna. Steemsiiip Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacifio Koyal Mill Steamere Allan Line Royal Mail French Line to Havre. White Star Now York and Canad mn service t _ Cuhard Line, New York and 'Canad fan service. ..Northern Uall Steamers v Line to Qlssgow. Antlior Qlauow. North ,Cierman Hamburg American aad an other tLargnt and Finest BMamere; chonpcat direct eaillnf. werp and Hemburf connoctlona, Ccdr mohltz, Krskan and' all other ContU- T. S FETTER Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for theiSomerrille Marble Qranlta Works, at Calgary Office opposite House. Phont Ii61 dence 884 7th S Fhoni int. Open day and night. 8. Director and Embalmer 411 Bth strot Southi Plioaa 1S02 nUrht ot day WHOLESALE AY; GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail All varletie. of hay timothy, Joint, mixed upland hay, oat hay ana itrjiw. Mixed carloads a speclaltr Storage for household goods, etc epllnr spice for Hyde and Satindrrs. corner 2nd Ave mid 12th Et S P O Bo3tVl27 Phono VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVi COMPANY (The Natural System of Treatment for Nenousness, etc) Number 15 Hull BIk Hours 4 !o 6 p m. to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss E S Cook- 1673-9 FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed: and cleaned. ..Work -guaranteed. Ploasa' let order as soon es pos- sible. Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store cutal points. 701 Buy Tpiir tlcktti where. your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. B. Ticket Agent, L ACCODNTANT W. D. ot the Tnstl. stltnte of Chartered Accountants ol England and Wales, and of tho la- tute of Chartered AccouhtahtSHllI Alherta. Acadia Rldit Lethbrliire. bndge, W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Winnipeg Lethbridge i i Madlelne Hal Accountancy In all Its branches Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematical, and Trmt LjDuldattona. AMdU Lithbrldes Resident s RITCHII ;