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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1M4 POCKET EDITION 'Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving strength of the armies and navies, amount of v.'ar .debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of real interest. Free to subscribers sending- in sub- scriptions for 3 mouths or over to The Letli- bridg-e Daily Herald. Another Force To Be Sent CONTINUED FROM FKONT' PARE First Aid to Tired Housekeepers. Men and women with inventive genius are con- stantly devising ways and means to .lighten the labor of the housewife. Every-department of housework is included, and nearly all are for people of moderate means; not for those who can employ abundant help. 'To keep posted in these products read the ad- vertising; columns.. You may find something that will save money or something that will enable you to devote more time to the family circle. You may not be able to afford everything, but are some things' you caimot afford to do without. French-Canadians To Go The second contingent will include the French-Canadian 'brigade, of; four re el meat s. the organization of which lias already teen authorized. Sorden'e Announcement The Premier's announcement "was as follows: "According to the reports of tho chief embarkation officers, the-to- tal force embarked at Quebec amount- ed to nearly men, besides horses, and a proper guns and vehicles, with full eriiiiphient fur men and horses. Tho transporta- tion of this force required no less'thnn 31 largo steamships. Division of First Army v "It is probable that upon arrival in England the force will be organized jis troops, including a first reinforcement of 10 per cent., 2K.400; "lue of communication troops, total force at 'the front, this will leave about 4500 men for training in Great Britain, -who will constitute a reiuf or cement of nearly 20 per cent, for the men at the front, Tho govern- ment proposes forthwith to organize and traia a second expeditionary force of men, with first rein- forcements of 10 per cent., making 000 in all. This force "will be organiz- ed as expeditiously- as possible, and the arrangements for providing the necessary arms, amniuniUon. and equipment are already in progress. The force at the front will, iu this way, be brought up to more than OOP men. "The government are also mating preparations to brganize and train necessary further reinforcements for both the first and second expedition- ary forces. The arrangements for or- ganizing and training such reinforce- ments will he announced at a later date." ThelleraldWantad. i i boy f am the ever ready to help you In and tht SITUATIONS VACANT At once, young Elrl tot hqusonoik Apply E150 7th, Strom South 250 -woman, 18 of 21 joais of in VMI ouseuork Apph Mrs Wm Ncotson, Phone Rural 312 _____ _ Men -ana women to leurn Barber Trade. BIslit weeks required; positions. or locations. secured as soon as competent; graduates umjo big rapnoyj catalogue -and terms ..'free. Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St, Calgary QOOD will pay you 5120 to distribute 'religious literature community. Sixty days work. Experience Man or man. iQppprCuftity for 'promoUopj Spare used. al Bible :Press, '182 Spadlna Ave., rorito. 'Ad.fA3.vY v ...__________.ciass outfiidei'Salos- aWIity, iaJdretjs; anti. 'gppti roniunerotlon ttilirlglit BoitflS" Herold aitlve-iraccesstul tnn" eller about flrst for..piieioiU' months Alberts. ..Grand' viH. ,po receipt of cation witli'particulars of cxpericuct and' recommendation Publishing. LtdV'Trur'o; 'N Professional Carcb 51EDICAL OR W 8. Physician Aaouolier. s m ill Phon DR. Sherlock Block. Reildence ISM Sixth OMca OR. M. J. Dentist, holder or a Oflc. Bryan Block. 1071 1.3; 7.8 50. omit :S19: Itesldencg 1090. OR? C. p. Sur- neou, Accouohor. 'Ofnco lit corner 5tb and -lib Street to S.80. Phone DR. -Bye, Nose and Throat; Ijoinlnion Building.' Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, .of.flc.9 341, residence 603. IAHAWA.NTAB. (Copyright, bjj Do'Forcst WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cen'ts' an Insertion. Six insertions for'th'e price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Jlr. John Lally, for 20 years lock- master on the Cornwall canal, is dead. Must Not Smoke .Oct. the Slethodijit; church in'Canada-Iiave.Qsked once all the young mea studying foro. the ministry- if they use snuff or intoxicating beverages, so .TTiil they in the future continue to ask the quesdoa and as In the past the answer must ie no. The iieth- odist General conference, so Toted today. There Tvas a recommendation iby the discipline committee that the question be eliminated, and a spirited defaata took place before it retain the ques- tion. OLD-TIMER DEAD Banff, Alta., ;Oct. C. Macdon- ald, an old-timer in the "west, died In the Brett hospital, Sunday morning, aged 55. He was a brother of E. il. Macdonald, Pictou, and was'employed as accountant in the park's superin- tendent's office." A widow and five children are left. Mrs. Macdonald and two youngest 'children are in the east fi Gas rithni BY EXPERT Estimates for all kinds of heating. At our New Office and Snowrooins 322 Gtli Street South, Opposite Herald. Business -Opportunities to open branch office" for Western district and handle .line of goods used by all. the retail trade. There is big 'business in this, and you handle your own money. Must lie absolutely reliable. For par- ticulars H. Newcombe Co., 407 Builders Exchange, Winnipeg. 250 6 :Fpi-Sale or Exchange The Standard Plom' ioq Co. S KNAPMAN Phones: Office 6. p.m. 1892. After October 1st all accounts due to the Company, monthly' gas accounts and any other accounts, -will be payable to the Canad- ian Bank of Commerce. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P, R. Freight Sheds Office Office Stabler "1163 462 1664 TO pieces of revenue producing property for sheep or cat- tle A snap for someone. 'A. Linton, Bonneil's Livery "Stable. In tlie Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dis- trietfo! general son- ant. Apply Mrs. A. B. Stafford, 60 5th Avenue S._____________ TEACHER WANTED- TEACHER the Leth bridge Inspectorate, to act as' distric editor for the Alberta School Journal Duties, to' write monthly local notes and to receive subscriptions, adver tisements, etc. Liberal payment on accepted matter, which.-witli commis sions, should average 510 to ?30 pe Must cash to in vest in .stock of-company now form ing to take over present busines's which profits .on past earnings equalitoia 15% As'only one appointment'will be made_'In'fcach in spectorate, this Is an unusual bppor tunityfor a teacher .'to largely In sreass .present.salary. Apply at once So -'Editor, Alberta School Journal Strathcona. SITUATIONS WANTED Situation as general serv- nt in private house, eity preferred; ild country, girl. Address 327 llth St S., City. Phone 1507. 6 class butcher seeks position; able -to drive rig if neces- sary. Apply Box 1 Herald.- 252 6. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visitmg nuises for mater nlty and all med cai and surgical caEes (except contagious diseases) .and charges according to the cir cumatances of patient. Poor pdtienU cared for free of charje Graduate nurses for private duty 'also provided For further partic- ularg apply to the Nunin; ills- cioh; 1414 7tn Avenue South. Phone 1283. A M Tllley, Supervllor, (Mill) M A. MacKiy, Grad. Nurw (Miss) J Mackenzie Grad. Nurse .Very Low Fares in connection with Excursions to the Old Country Daily Nov. 7 to Dec. 31 inclusive RETURN RAIL FAEE, LETHBRIDGE To Montreal Quebec To St. John five months, stop over and extension privileges 'Full information re Bail and Steamship Tickets from S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Or write R. Dawson, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. No.- 1603, 'ANNIE'lGRBENj Plaintiff, 'and ELIZABETH McKEOWN, i i Defendant THERE wiirBe" witn the appro- bat'pn of the Local Jiiijge of. this Hon- ourable Court, "on' Saturday', 'the '24th of October, 1914, at the hour of twelve tie CoiirfHouse, in the City1 of Letlibndge, in the Prov Ince'ot Alberta; the'following.iandst Lots 20 and 21, BL Block 65, accord, ing to a. plan of part of the City of Lethbridge, of record in .-.the. Land Titles office for the South. Alberta Land Registration District as Leth bridge 4353 S reserving therefrom all mines and and the right to work the same. There is said "to be a 1% stprey frame .dwelling, abprit 30x36 feet with an addition sj'oout 6x15-feet containing 6 ropms, and also a frame, shed 12x16 feet situate on' the said land. There. Is said ,tp. be a fence in gopd repair on the said- land. This property will be .offered for sale'subject to a reserved .bidVhich has also been fixed by a Judge and sub- ject to an existing mortgage on the said, land to the British Columbia Per maneht lUpan Terms and Conditions 20 par cen m cash, and the balance in 30 days after the sale with interest at' 8 pel cent per annum, s Particulars, and of sale may be seen at the office of MU'colm Young, Auctioneer, and JOHNSTONS RITCHIE, Lethbndge, Alberta, Plaintiff's: Solicitors No. 39. TO RENT TO in: comfort and at reasonable rental this Tvinter in the Victoria Mansions. one fur- nished grpuad. floor front flat ivlth one or .two .bedrooms; dining room, LJtchen, gas range, private bath, free light and. Apply quickt Man sions office. 3rd Ave S PHYSICIAN] on. L. B. of Col- lege PtysjclauB Surgeont, Al- berto. 31645, Sherlock Bldg. Phono 1414.-. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR it M..-olmee graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute, Medtettl Massage and Gymnastics, .Elocirl- cal Vibratory and Therapeutic tight Treatments, Electrolysis .and Sham- pooing Treatments given ap1 pointment only. Boom 1, Hall Blk. DR. L. T. ALLEN-CSucoesJOr to Courtico and Graduate University of Maryland. Office hpurf Lethhrldge, -Altu. .17040 MARRS AND, MAJI (0 :Houn: 5. nlmtham -Bliick. Phone 874; t. q. ber of Royal of Surgeons, (Eng.) Lloentlato Royal Collegoiof PIiyelolinB (London), Hoars: 9-12; W. Pout Offloo WAVI PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mti. Van Private HoRpIiaJ. and -maternity Home. -1224 7th'' Avenue Phono DRESSMAKING the day done at home. "Phone 1T38. Miss M...Par- ries. 406 l5th'St.-S. LETHBRIDGE VIAyj (Tlie Hertial System of Treatment for Nervousness, e'td.) Number IB Hull Block. Hours 4 to p.m. dally 10 to 4 Saturday, onby appointment. Miss E. S. Cook. PIANO TUITION 7th Avenue North. Kay. MRS. W. H. Piano, Harmony and. Theory.-Pupils prepared for. Royal-Academy and College of Ens or Toronto Conservatory exams. If. .sired. Studio 1226. Btu Avenuo-.A .South. Lethbridge.- ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK- SONS GIVEN. SUPPLIED. LES. 'Apply Miss Filmer, Phone .783. 14th Ave. Si THE VEEDEE HEALTH MACHINE] 'he famojis instant- ly -vrelieves pain best Home Treatment for Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sciatica, Deaf- ness, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Paralysis, Goitre and Indigestion. .For free in-, formation and free trial apply at 714 llth St S from'7 to 8 p m G. H. CRIPPS, eXPEST TUNSR-. PlayerPlano. undjOrgan repairer" ;20 years .factory eipe'rience. Hon- ours CertWcat. London Reference to tho leading musicians of the olty. Phoria 1253 cth Are A South.' SCKVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, nca Alberta Land Surveybr; 'Irriga- tion Hydraulic''Eneineer'. Rooms B and C. Whitney- Block. -Box 6117. Phone 1042 DUFF St Eo> wards BASo, Dominion ana Al- Land Surveyor; Donali A. uuir, o B blue irlut. Ing, civil engineering and land sur- veying Suite 205 Sherlock mi, ivgrnnrrngp AUa (I tf MISCELLANEOUS WANTSTI wan 1 hand suits and overcoats Drop me.a postal card TO furnished, bright and I will call Bot pleasant rooms, in priyate family, will a private family for man .Tith four.'children; central iocatipn References e-x changed Box 15 Heraid give board if desired. South-. 1007 3rd Ave. 21S-6 .fully mod- ern house'wlth gas, near car line, on 7th' S. ?21 a month. Apply Box 32 Herald. TO roomed fully modern house, 1211 Srd "Ave. S. ley-Mulherh Land Co. 1O 7th, Ave South, six room? fully modern Apply N B Peat Co, agents, Phone 570 Mac donald Block TO neat and comfort- able 3 roomed house, with good cellar on car line-; partly furnished if de- slred. Apply 1706 6th Ave. S. after 5 pm Account Thanksgiving Day Going dates: October 9-12, 1914. Eefcurn limit: October 14, 1914, Furthei information fran any Canadian Pacific Agent Or, R. Dawson, District Passenger Agent Calgary, HAY I of Good Hay for sale. Will take some, ca'ttfe to feed on '-and' sell (balance of hay, or sell all the hay Plenty of water and three feeding camps, LEALANDFlUM Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 fenful tnt Prtmtt Itrvlw on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valet Available Sept 1st. Apply A B Stafford, Stafford Block WA'NTEIH'To rent modern seven or eight roomed -house, furnished prefer- red; pight .consider exchanging other property' for" such a residence. Give full description, location and rent re- quired. Box' 14.Herald office. TO': Five' room senli modern cottage. No 628 12th street J16 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Room 5, Macdonald Blk. Co, chip, pig and chicken feed and hay Give prices to J Me Kinnon, Crow's Nest, B C rent fully! fttrnlshed' modern house. Apply giving rental and lull particulars to flox 21 Herald office ..unfurnished rooms' for light housekeeping or three roomg with kitchen' furnished in private- house, hy couple with np children Apply 7, -winter 300 horses or cattle, per raonthj Havo many straw stacks and ahundance of uncut grain, second growth, and well water. Communicate Immediately, R M 'Wol ker, _ rrent about November, four or ftyfr .roomed cottage, on the south side preferred Write stating ideation and rent to Box 33 Herald [_ AUCTIONEER W. L. and City L censed Auctioneer Salei of all Klndi conducted' on Teasonabla .terms. IJve stock ana farm salsa specialty Cornea at the Wlson Furniture Co, 404 IStn at Noilh Phone 1023 Phone C85. Downtsmi offlco at thn WPVPurp Kpqlfg Pn Phono HT1 UNDERTAKING T. >S. Funeral Director and Embainjer, alpo agent for the Soinervine Oraolta Worgi, of Calenry Offlce opaoalte Court House Phont 601. S84 7th Are 9. Pboni Open day and night S V. Director EmSalmer Strec? Sonlh. Phono 1883 or day; office FOR now, occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co, flra. door north of.Herald. Ready, now. Apply at Herald office.. FURNISHED clean heated, right down town overlooking Gait Gardens; plenty hot and cold water always Rates per month and up, 75c per mght and up Mrs Carothers, Southard Block, 612 3rd Ave. S. purchase, CO head of ibod wcaner calves or yearlings, year mixed steers and heifers Will reasonable price for rood stock. A. Wardman, Bunnis, Al- berta. !V for Salt Buy TO furnished rooms-in all'-modern house, use of phone. Ren .sonalile Call 315 7th Avenue S At Lothbridge Collieries, .'bulldtngs, 20x40 -and 24x40, bakery, -general 'store or lob'i room 'erta Bo'c 301 Coalhiirnt, Al- f v modern .house uu 3th'St, between 3rd and 4th Avea Pully.jnodern house, 7th Ave. Will h? ecorated to suit tenant Apply to Liihur Hayr 'O month '5 ottttge, water and electric light, argo Jot, corner 16th St.- and .2nd. Ave North LetlArtdge Apply Mitford Co, Phone. 1P35 or 1S48 i j brown coiie, white rms around neck. When last seon was wearing'collar.-. Rewnrd for. return to S. Stacey, Lethbridge. -coatl Owner may hive samp 'by praying-property.-and' paying expenses. Gllmore .Bakery.. 6vol shaped gold brooch, diamond In centre, surrounded by pearls. Reward 'for return to Sheriff YoUng, 822 3rd Ave. S. FOR Alfalfa" fe BOl'Aim (hhothy'Jie direct from the growers' through their Farm 'Predu'cts "Limited! Phones 865 and >Box Lelh. bridge io-l 0 FOR Piano Tsy Bell, good 'as new, owner will sell sanrUi'-e tar cash or on might rent it to careful party. J Phone'1162 Call 414 13th St South. S FOR Jersey cow and bull, re gisjered; bred geldings, iJmiaBaaMnj.dId Ap- 1 bred geldings, iJmi ply-W A OtVcffy Ap- 1 -121 244-12 FOR have tow cars on track and can ship at once.- .Farm Products Limited. Phon 865 ._________ I BOAKD AND ROOM BOARD AND Venlencos, 96 7lh St S con week. Apply 834 Pun f> wod room nfth'all modern conveniepcei.j, Jtcam ehower DiunKd, etc, apply Y M r A ROOM AND tWo gentle- mcn in private familyosfl'oge In, also .wo light for rent one suitable hoisekfnplng; use of phone Apply 634 ffith Street South Phone 441, 'URNISHBD ROOMSr-With board in nost d.esirablo and convenient loca Ion for one of two gentlemen, gas eated ana telephone In connection Vrlte for full particulars to Herald Box linen earji cellar apace forTTflmfc rHydi and SanndftM, fbrner, Ave and 12th St 9 c PfO WiTSMS? 1344 PURS REMODELCEfV dceswd tni havft sible pqny accountancy in all Audit, Secretarial. Ad- viaoiy, Sjatematlilnt Trust Work, Addla Bulldlha, A J. RITCHlS PATEB80N, Chartirid Accountant (Scot.) Remington, Monarch; Smith- Premier and Rcmlntton Junior of all makes J Ribbons to fit all plaint. Carbon, any polor or In any Typewriter A. J. PA88MOME Sslttrrun for Ntmlngton Type. writer CD Car< Lethferldgt Hotel. ;