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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TWO THE LETHBRlDGfi t)AlLT PBRALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 191^ ]\ Never was good advertising more necessary now-Never was it more profitable to read advertising than now European War Map j H AY POCKET EDITION Complete, Accurate, Up-To' The-Minute Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving strength of the armiep and navies, amount of M-ar debt, grain prod notion,, area, popiilatioii and statistics of real interest. Free to snbscribers sendinjg in renewal subscriptions for 3 iiioiiths or over to The Letlibridge Daily Herald. The Advertising Men's League of New York has a Vigilance Committee,"v/hose duty it is to ferret out and hunt down fraudulent advertisers. It has been found that the most successful advertisers are the truthful ones; that sharpers and knaves are not permanently successful. Look at the advertising columns for yourself. You will find that every article advertised regularly and consistently over a period of years is an article of real merit. The fact that the advertising is continuous is proof of this. It is safer to buy advertised gooda. CE After October 1st all accounts due to the Compan3% monthly gas accounts and any otiier accounts, will be payable to the Cnriad-ian Bank of Commerce. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heal and Power Company, Limited RAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds Office : : 1163 PHONES -! Office : : 462 Stables : 1664 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nur.ses for maternity and all medical and BUrgical eaeea (except contagious diseases), and cnarges according to the circumstances of the patient Poor patient* cared lor free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duiy alEo provided; For further particulars apply to the Nursins Mission. 14X4 Ttli Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervleor. (IVIiss) M. A. MaeKay, Grad. Nurse. (IVIiGs) Macl-baUon of the Local Judge of this Honourable Oeurt. on Saturday the lOOi day of October A.D. 1914, at the hoiir of twelve o'clock noon eX the Cotfrt House in the City of I^ethbridge 'In the Province of Alberta, all the estate, right, title, interest, claim and equity of redemption ^hich Henry L. Hel-gerson now has or ever had In the following lands: Section 9, In Township 9. Range 13, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. About one hundred acres of this land is said to b broken and there is said to be about three miles of three strand barb wire fence with cedar posts two rods apart on the said land. The North Half of Section 17. In Township 9, Range 13, West of the Fourth ^Toridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same^ The North West Quarter of Section 35, in Township 9. Hange 13, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The South Half of Section 23, in Township 9, Range 12, West of the Fourth Meridian.'' reserving thorefrom all mines and minerals and the right to v.ork tlie same'. There is said to be a frame dwelling house of two stories, about 26'x28', one granary 12'xl6'. Two granaries 14'xl6' each, one bam, with hay loft, 26'x36', and al: i a good well on the said land. About* two hundred acres of this land is said to be in crop and there is also said to be four miles of barb wire fence of two strands with cedar posts, on the 8aid land. The North East Quarter of Section 17, in Township 9, Range 12, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. This land is said to have been broken, and there is said to bo about one mile of barb wire fencing of two strands with cedar posts, and also one granary about 1-I'xl6' on the said land. The North Half of Section 23, in Township 8, Range 12, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and tlie risht to work the same. This property will be offered for sale Subject to a reserved bid which has been fixed by a Judge. Terms of Payment:-20 per cent, in casl\ and the balance in thirty days after sale with Interest at six per cent. Particulars and Conditions of sale may be s-een at the offices of Malcolm Young, Auctioneer, and JOHNSTONE & RITCHIE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ad No. R 6. Plaintiffs Solicitors. Ikrtio's Baggage Transfer Phons 1S8? Gsrsful and Prompt Service He knows what's wrong with YOUR GUN. Fifteen yeaw' experience with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe and America. Out-of-Town work given prompt attention. D. E. GUNSMITH. 4I8/2 Fifth Street South. Phone 1032. P. O. Box 346. The Herald Want ad. boy says: I'll lend you a maid wh� will come well racom. mended, who will fit Into the. household and prov* to be a splendid lervant, lAMAWANtAD. (bopyrtBlit. iW. bu D� Forest Porter.) WANT ADS. as Words, 25 cents an Ineertlon. 81* Insertions for the price of Four. MUST be paid in advancb ( SITUATIONS VACANT ") WANTED-Good boy at once. Apply L. K&el, 5th St. S. 254-0 WANTED-Men and women, to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; poBitions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free. Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St., Calgary. 202-0 WANTED-First class outside salesman, must possess alJllity, address and character; permanent and good remuneration to right man. Write Box 18 Herald office. 252-61 WANTED-Experienced general servant. Apply Mrs. A. B. StaRord, 603 5th AveBueS. 252-6 GOOD SITUATION--We will pay you $120 to distribute religious Hteratore m your community. Sixty days worit. E.xpei-lence not required. Man or woman. Opportunity for promotion. Spare time may'be used. International Bible Press, 182 Spadlna Ave., Toronto. Ad A3.. "Btisiness Opportunities j WANTED-Man with ?300 to open branch Qfllce for western district and handle line of goods used by all the retail trade. There'is big 'husinesa in this, and you handle your own money. Must be absolutely reliable. For particulars apply to R. H. Newcombe Co., 407 Builders E.'cchange, Winnipeg. 250-G LOST-FOUND FOUND-Child's coat. Owner may have same b^ proving property and paying expenses. Gilmore Bakery.. 249-0 LOST-An oval shaped gold brooch, diamond in centre, surrounded by pfarls. Reward for return to Sheriff Young, fl22 3rd Ave. S. 249-0 LOST-Signet ring, initialled R.G.M., locked top containing photo. Finder return to Dallas Hotel office and receive reward. 253-3 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA, .lUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE. BETWEEN: No. 1505. RICHARD GWATKIN, Plaintiff, and JOB REED AND BYRON B. Mc-CARTY Defendants. There vnll bo sold with the approbation of the Local Judge of this Honourable Court, on Saturday the 24th day of October, A.D. ViU, at tlio hour of 1.3 o'clock,_noon, at tlio Court ifousc, in the City of Lctlihridge,, In the Province of Alberta, the following hind.'s: Lot 2 according to a plan of part of tlie City of Lollil)ridge of record in tl\e Land Titles Office fot the South -Mberta Land Registration District as "Lethbridge 4300 Y." Reserving therefrom all mines and minerals, and the riglit to work the same. The land Is said to be fenced, and situate tiiereon Is said to be a 1% storey fully modem frame house, about 20.\-24 fcot with an addition 4x6 feet, baving 6 rooms, and bath and full basement. This property will be offered for sale iBubject to a reserved bid which has been fixed by a Judge, and subject also to an e:risting Mortage on the said land to tlie Empire I^oan Company. Terms and Conditions: 20 per cent, in cash, and the balance 30 days after sale with interest at the rate of 8 per cent;:pcr annum. Particulars and conditions of sale may be seen at the offices of Malcolm Young, Auctioneer, and JOHNSTONE & RITCHIK, Lethbridge, Alberta, ^d. No.SS , flaiatill'B^oUcitora. Professional Cards \ 03TE0PA*THIC PHYSICIAN" on. 1m B. MASON-Member ot Col-leg* Physicians and Surgeons. Alberts, tiulte Sieas. Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1414. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K. M. Holmee graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics, (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Room 1, Hull BIk. [ PRIVATE HOSPITAL ) PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private HoapUal and maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 74S. [ ART EMBBOIPERIES | needlework BUPpITedI les-. sons given. Apply Miss Fllmer, Phone 783. 14th Ave. S. 240-0 DRESSMAKING sewino - Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices iteht. Mrs. B. J. Pannell, Room 41, Dominion Bldg._ ELECTRICIAN ^___________} w. L. Mckenzie a Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenue South. fMISCELLANEOUS WANTSJ WANTED-Home In a private family for man with four children; central location preferred. References exchanged. Box 19 Herald. 2.i0-G WANTED-To rent about November, four or five roc ed cottage, on the south side preferred. Write stating location and rent to Box 33 Herald offlce. 252-G WANTEI>T-To purchase, 60 head of good w^atifer calves' or yearlings, yearlings preCisrred;. nilsed . steers and heifers. Will pay reasonable price for good stoclt. A. Wardman, Burmis, Alberta; , . > 252-^ !-J-i-,sii I F' � mfmmmsm^w � . u TO BENT TO RENT-New seren room house, 333 15th St. N., between 3rd and 4th Aves; tl5 per month. Apply R. V. Gibbons & Co., or 423 11th Street South._ 253-6 TO RENT-Seven roomed fully modern house with gas, near car line, on 7th Ave. S. ?21 a month. Apply Box 82 Herald. 247-Ox TO RENT-1008 7th Ave. South, six rooms fully modern. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., agents, Phone 570, Mac-donald Block. 239-0 TO RENT-Store premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valef Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. 217-0 V/.VNTED-To rent modern seven or eight roomed house, furnished preferred; might consider exchanging other property for such a residence. Give full description, location and rent required. Box 14 Herald office. 251-6 TO RI'j.VT-^ive room semi modern cottage, No. 628 12th Street. %U per month. Apply N. B. Peat & Co.. Room 5, Macdonald Blk. 203-0 FOR RENT-Building now occupied by Western TinsmitUing Co., firs: door north of Herald. Ready now. Applv at Herald office. 188-0 TO RENT-Furnished room in 500 bloclt, 5th St. S. Apply Box 44 Herald office. 255-3 TO RENT-Nicely furnished rooms in all modern house, use ot phono. Rent reasonable. Call 315 7th Avenue S. 252-fi TO RENT-At Lethbridge Collieries, two store buildings, 20.x40 and 24x40, suitable for bakery, general store or pool room. Box 301 Coalhurst, Alberta. 252-6 TO RlilNT-Fully modem house ion !.?th St., between 3rd and 4th Atea. Fully modern house, 7th Ave. Will bo decorated to suit tenant. Apply to Arthur Hayr. 252-0 f BOARD AND ROOM J BOARD AND ROOM-Modem conveniences; S5 PW week. Apply 834 7th St 8 �5-C Full RfcJNT-For a good room with ail modern convenience*, steam heat ehower baths, plunge, etc., apply y. M. c: A. 24-0 ROOM AND BOARD-For two gentlemen in private family, close In; also two light cozy rooms for rent, one suitable for light housekeeping; use of phone. Apply C34 6th Street South. Phone 441. 250-6 FttHNISHED ROOMS-With board In most desirable and convenient location for one or two gentlemen; gas heated and telephone in connection. Write for full particulars to Herald Box 8. 260-6 r Miscellaneous for Sal* J FOR SALE-Alfalfa, $12.50; timothy-alfalfa mixture, $14; timothy $16. Buy direct fiiom the growi^rs through their gales office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1858, Ivcth-brldge. 251-0 FOR SALli:-Jersey cow and bull, registered; also black team ot standard bred goidings, 4 and 5 years old. Ap-�ly W. A. Otfe City,. .. a4*-12 B ^'oNALLY-109 Sherlock BlOoK. nesldencc 1266 Sixth Avenue. Olllcft nours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8,30. Offl'je phone illi?_'*''�'i**nco lono L .DENIAL 1 ToT *^�L'*P,2' surgeons r. L^"?"'^""* a Dominion Booms 6 and 6, Bryan Blocfc. Phone 1071. ORS. MARR8an1)MARH8-Dentists �uecessors to Dra. Stewart and Mc-p'"f: Hours: 9 to 8. Offlce, aig-inbotham Block. Phone 874. DSTe. U, blMMONps-�,ntist, mem. tvrs^l ??''"*..^?"*^* Surgeons. (EnB> Licentiate Royal College of Phystcfans (London) L.D.S., 1900. Hoars: 9-12; l-S. Offlce: 68, Post c VIA VI '�^.1^^'*'��^ VfAVI COMPANY- (The Herbal System of Treatment J?''..^^r,''T"''"r^^- Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally, 10 to 4 Saturday, onby appointment, IMIss E. S. Cook. 262-0 f PIANO tuition"" "H^iVr...'''"' PI*NO_Orlando Kay. 1401 7tQ Avenue North. P PLANO TUNING ] Q. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ repali#r; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn. London. . England.. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone II68. 1?!-S fith Ave A South. SURVEYING sr. HAMILTON, &:A.Sc,UDominTi^ and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga-non & HydrnulJe Engineer. Rooms 8 and \\rhltney Block. P, O. Bos en?, phoTjp 104!) DUFF A EDWARDS-(Wm. m Edwards. B.A.Sc, Dominion an� Al-Mrta Land Surveyor; Dondls; A puff. C.E.)-Commercial blue j rlnt-log, civil engineering and land Bu^ keying. Suite 205 Sherlock Bids LethhrMcp. Alta d-tf AUCTIONEER W. L. WILl -piinnw 1944, L FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. P|pase let us have order as soon as pbij. sible. David Scott, Bentley Company Store. 222-0 ACCOUNTANT 3 W. D. WING-Associate ol the InstV Btltute of Chartered Accountants of England nnd Wales, nnd of the'lB? Mte of Chartered Accountants ll�  Alberta, Aeadia Ride.. Lethbrldee. Itf. A. HENDERSON A COV. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lathbrldga : : Medlolna Hat A.ccountancy In all Its brancbei Audit Secretarial, Advisory, Syotcraatlzlng, and Trust Work, inve* tigations, Llquidatlona Acadia Building, Lethbrldgs Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot) r "Epical j O^- W. �, GALIBRAITH-Phyilolan*, Burgeon. Accoucher. Hours t-i',\ 7---8 p.m. OiBce 914 Third Avenu* Phone 12C8. U�. C. C. CRAGG-K-hysiclan. Sur-pcon, Accoucher. Offlce at rosldenca corner 5th Avenue South and Ith Street South. Houra: 8-�; ' *� S 30. Phone 120B._. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye. Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evening-'i by appointment. Phones, office 341, residence X>i\Z. dr. L. T. allen~(Successor. to Drs. Conrtlce and Ollchrlst)--Oraduata J-^'^erBliy Of Maryland. Offlce houra r7;?;h 11'"'^�^^}^ B'k- Phone 1165. Lethbrlgge. Alta. 170-0 r>A,':'.i.''-.U:r,V|f:,-'^-' ;