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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TW? THE LETHBRIDGS DAILY HEHALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914 profitable to read advertising than now War Map POCKET EDITION New, _ Complete, Accurate, Up-To- Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving strength of the armies and navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of real interest. Free to subscribers sending in renewal subscriptions for 3 months or over to The Leth bridge Daily Herald. Columbus, p., Oct. expect- fight over prohibition in Ohio has subordinated other Issues and candidates during'this campaign. apparent that tho liquor in- 1 terests are terribly worried, as they realize the effectiveness of the dry's1 campaign and that the appeals of qhurch and temperance folk do not fail to find receptive audiences It really seems as if the state is ripe for a prohibition victory, al- though last spring the, general im- pression was that Ohio had not auite reached this stage only is the prospect for the prohibition amendment, -b'ut the ctiances are tbat woman suErage also will .carry this fall. HOME GUARDS DRILLING IT IS ALLEGED TO QUELL OUT- BREAK OF OUT-OF-WORKS Gas BY EXPERT Estimates for all kinds of heating. At our Office and Showrooms 322 6th Street South, Opposite Herald. TfteStafidirgPfiiFoHiigGo. S. KNAPMAN OWee After 6pm. 1892. That home guards were being ac- tively drilled at Edmonton with a to quelling anticipated out- breaksToy out-of-works, was the sen- sational charge made by Delegate'. Joseph Knight at the "Tuesday alter- noon session of the Alberta" tioa m convention at Gal garr, in a lengthy discussion on the unemployed question. cial catastrophe if. something were not done. GOVERNMENT..REPRESENTA- TIVE SPEAKS- 'J. D. McNiven, fair wage officer ol the Dominion admitted conditions worse than ever before. He declared he had been con- ducting an investigation for the la- bor department an4 while. her. could not speak'on thisTiefore he (leliverei his 'report, he felt, however, the sys tern was He had no-'doubt however, the government'would di what it could, but he believed i would need the help of the and the organizations. Joseph Knight is trail known in Letbhridge. He contested the provin cial seat here last year as a Social 1st candidate. Legislativ Assembly, of tli PrfevincQ of Al bcrta EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES RE LATINO TaVJPRlVATE. BILLS. 62. All applications ror Prlvat properly .thp .subject of legjsla tion by tho Legislative Assembly '6 Alberta, witlila tho jmrview "Th British North .America Act, 1SC7, whether for tho erection a bridge the making of a railroau, trainwaj iturnpilto, road, telegraph, or telephone line, tho construction or Improve.mcn of a harbour, canal, lock, or other like Uio gcantitig of a right of ferry; 'Incorporation o niiy particular trade, or calling, or o any-joint stock company, or other- wise for granting to'any Individual or individuals any exclusivq or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, :or for doing any matter or tiling which in Us operation would nffoct tbe rights of property other parties, or relate to any particular class tho com- munity, or for making any amendment of a like nature to any former Act, shall require a notice, clearly and dis- tinctly specifying the nature and ob- ject of. tho application, and where I tho application refers to any proposed I work. Indicating generally tho loca- S Uon of the work, and signed by or on i behalf of .the applicants, such notice to be published, -during two months, between tha ing Session and "'the tim.e-ot tha .con- iideraticm of-the sues'Of The Alberta Gnzstte, and ot one other newspaper, published In English; and within weeks from the first appearance of such notice in vTbe Alberta Gazette two copies of the said Bill, witb a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for the sum of. one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages, and ten i dollars additional for ench page over j that number, and for the purposes of j this Rule 450 words shall be held to! constitute a page, and also in the case of a Bill incorporating a com- pany, a receipt from the Registrar of i Joint Stock Companies far such sum The Herald Want ad. boy says: I'll ask of Eto If they have found the elrloom or jeWel that you have tost. Professional Cards PHYSICIAN The very firit thing to do when you've lost any- thing, o' found article of vsluo, la to tend word to tho Wants. DR. L. B. ot Col- lege- Pbyslclam and Surgeons, Al- berta. Suits Uldz. Pbona 1414. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holmes graduate of tho Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute, Medical Massago and Gymnastics, Electri- cal Vibratory nnd Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing Treatments given ap- pointment only. Room Blk. MEDICAL OR. W, e. Surgeon, Acoououer. Hours tT omce Avenue. ALLY ShorlocK Block. Residence 1206 gixt'h onica nours n-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Residence 1089, aij. Do Forest Portcr.f WANT ADS. Words, 25 cents an-Insertion. Six Insertions for the price Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT general serv- it. Apply 1020 3rd Ave. S. for general house- ork. Apply Mrs. Geo. "W. Green, 101G PRIVATE HOSPITAL j PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private' Hospital and maternity Home. "1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. ART EMBROIDERIES .________________________I NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Filmcr Phone 733. 14th Ave. S. DR- c- u. Physician, Bur-' soon, Accpuckor. Office "nt residence corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th, Mreet South. Hbura: 8-9; :-3; 7 to _5.30. Phone ISQJ. _ Noai aml Throat; Dominion Building. Office 'ours, 10.00 to 12.0Q; 2-5; evenings "y appointment. Phones, office 341. 593. Toronto, and holder of a Dom Dental Certificate. Office: R, 6. Bryan Block. Phone a Dominion ooms e 1073. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. B. J. Pannell, Room 41, Dominion Bldg. nd Ave. South. general serv- nt.. Good wages to right party. Apply rs. H. L. Wheeler. Box 207. Phono S06. Burdett, Oct. Squires las moved his family to-Macleod for ments did something effective1' to ward the relief of strained cond: tions The- discussion was submerged 1 y the following resolution, moved by I Delegate Lees. "That, we ipst-ruct our executive to' take up this question upon immediate adjournment of this convention so that it can be at once pointed out to both Provincial and Dominion gov- ernments that the present general children hare gone to Minneapolis to Tisit relatives and friends. The Manse is now Using finished, and we will he glad Mr. and Mrs. Cook.with us soon. Mrs. Hardy, Miss Alice and Master Mart, jr., and Miss.Myrtle Clark, carafl down from Lethbridge to spend Sunday and Thanksgiving with rela- tives. Jot Nelson .accompanied AVestley Squires to Macleod. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Offlco Office Stables 1163 462 1G64 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1336 Cartful and Prompt Strvlu tnai TOC present general and Mrs. Mason Squires return- warrant the governments ed from where they have s ut-uflitc aocion ac once to re- visitinc relatives the past few neve trf- declared that the govern- ment would be forced to grant con- cessions to workers to avoid serious riots this winter. "From nett Saturday we shall be up against it m Ferme Vlts shall want help, and once The stores are shutting down on treflit and eith- as would be payable by the applicant or applicants for the incorporation of a company with a similar capitaliza- tion to the capitalization of ills company sought to be incorporated by such Bill shall be placed by the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall bo to Bet the said Bill- printed forthwith. Copies of the newspapers containing the flrst and last insertion of sucl notice shall be _sent by the parties in- serting such notice .to the Clerk of the House, to be filed amongst; the reeorOs of the Committee on Stand- Ing Orders. Table of Fees to be Paid to the Regis- trar-of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 (See Cap, 20, 1513.T Second For registration .of a .company whose nominal- capital, does not exceed ..........550.00 For registration of company whose npminal capital ex- ceeds the ,aboi e fee of wifh tbe following i -j additional tees regulated ac- l cording to the amount of-capi- J tal, that is to say: For every or part of 000 a'ter the first up to J100.000 For every J10.000 or part of after the first 000 up to 5.QO and women to learn Barter Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue .and terms free. Moler Barber College. 604A Centre EDUCATIONAL St., Calgary.' SITUATIONS WANTED experienced person, position as mother's help or general flee. int. Age 30. Bos 4G, Herald 6f- English woman wants housekeeper's place, daily or anything suitable. Apply Miss Taylor, 404 19th Street N. Phone 1340, KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. 'M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. r ,7' to DraT "I, aDli Gradual 7' hour. T Bill. Phone 11115. _ Lethbrlcigo. Alia. 170--0 r successors to Drs. Stewart and JIc- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. HI-. _lnhotham Blooli. phone 374 nl" DR. E. G.7--------- mem-' rs-n of Surgeons. mi', LloontiatS College ot Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900 VIA VI m V1AVi COMPANY--, (TIio Herbal System of Treatment m ?UBness. etc.) Number is Hull Block. to 6 p.m. da'lly. y, or fcy appototment. ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE 4 Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Thli..'. Avenue South. BOAKD AND ROOM BOARD AND venlences, 7th St S. per week. on farm or. any Other work in city by reliable young man, experienced farmer Apply Albeit Easton, Lethbridge P. O. coat. Owner may lave same' by proving property and paying expenses. Gilmore Bakery. amethyst pendant and chain. Finder please return to Heralc office and receive reward. TO room with all conveniences on Gth Ave. car line; breakfast desired. Phone 1326. 257-5 FOK a good room with -all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower baths, etc-- apply Y. M P A PIANO TUnTON tn Avenue North. Kay. G. H. CRIMPS, EXPERT TUNER-i Player-ttano and Organ 20 years factory experience Hoa- MT A8En Erfgland Relerence to the leading Phono 1168 ISC'! fith Ave A South SURVEYING TABLE two young men, with comfortable rooiri if desired. House supplied with all latest conven- iences. Apply 604 6th Ave Phone 1094. 3.00 For every or part of thereaftar 20.00 J. R. COWELL, Clerk of the' Legislative- Assembly Ad L 24 and be told they must he thick-heai ed, if-they could not understand tha they could not got an order on an store m Burdett That is all pas now, Mr. Maxwell will pleasantl give you an. order on any store tha you wish. Rev. Dr. J. B. Silcos. of Kansas City formerly of "Winnipeg, has ibeen calle .to the pastorate of the First Congre gational church, London, Ont, THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater Bity and all medical and surgical (except contagious aod cbarges according to the clr tancea of the pali-nt Poor cared far free of charge M nones for private duty alK provided. For further partic- apply to Nursing Mis- 1414 7th Arenue South. Phone JUt i (MlH) A. M. aupcrvKe; (Mill) M. A. MlcK.y, and, J. Ond. he said a Hints were given that the Provin- cial government was Heap down disorders in an iron hand tbis winter. In the Supreme Court o Alberta, Judicial Dist- rict ol Lethbridge BETWEEN No. 148 EMMA 8TOVALL, and Plaintiff LEE JONES, Defendant There, will be -sold with the appro- bation of the Local Judge of this .Hon Durable Court on- Saturday, 24th Oc 1914, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at tbe House, in the Citj Of Lethbndge in the Province of Al oerta, the following lands The South West Quarter of Section Thirh-four in Tojvn'iliip Range Delegate A Farmilo, oi EJmonton urged tho government to grant a loan w> the labor organizations to be dis- tributed to tha workers. Delegate Heese urged that tho var- ious governments should be as crazy about preserving their people from starvation- as they were about rais- ing funds to Germans There C Four (23) West of the Fourth Meridian In the iarm0 of AjbTta, there- Pass with j rrom all mines and minerals, and tile right to work tho same The land is said .to. be one hundred and thirty.aerea (130) thereof are said to have been broken, and situate thereon, Is said to be alab shack 18'xl2', a slab 14'x was, he beheiei, Cample supplies for everyone in -the stores and warchous- and it was up to them executive to Edmonton see that something be itcd the greatest so- ti iu -'a ilr-s "f Canada, I Nurtt. I to send Hunt, llat once.ti s Jnnf tfm lou done, lit iMtttt' 18', and a granary, about 12'xl2'. This property will Be offered for sale, subject to a reserved bid which has been fixed by the Judge. Terms and Conditions of may oflices of Malcolm Young, Auctioneer, and JOHNSTONS RITCHIE, M Alberta, Ad No 75, Plaintiffs Solicitois. N-OTICE legislative As- sembly of the] Province of Al- berta. TAKE NOTICE, the time for receiv- ing Petitions for Private Bills at the next session of the Legislative As- sembly will expire on Wednesday the twenty-first day of October 1914. COWBLL, Clerk of the House. Ad. No. S5. i M1SCELLANKOUS WANTS rent a seven or eight roomed house, "furnished. Apply siv- ing street number to C. S. Noble, No- Meford, Alberta. horses or cattle to winter, plenty of hay, .pasture and good warm, spring water all under fence. Write C, J. Zemp, Cardston, Alberta. Siiscellar.eous for Sale FOR tons of alfalfa'hay; can feed right on farm, five miles from city. Phone R-910 or apply Box In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dist- trict of Calgary. Between: IDA BROWNLEE Plaintiff, and J. T. CARLILE Defendant. To the above-named Defendant; TAKE NOTICE, that tbe. Plaintiff has commenced an action against you to recover. the sum of with interest thereon alleged by him to ibe due from you 'by virtue of an Agree- ment for Sale ot Lot 4, Block U4, Plan 3930-AG, South j Alberta Land Registration Di-tncf, made bv yu i the Defendant, and wherein the Plain tilt claims In default of your payment of the saicl sum of ?i'51.16 foreclosure j out into'e t In the said lands and of thereof AND TAKE NOTICE, that unless you deliver a defence in -this ae- lon or a demand tbat notico of any ppllcatlons to bn made be given to oii on or "before the 22nd day of No- ember, 1914, the Plaintiff may enter udgment against you ,or may make uch further application In this action to 'him may seem fit; Dated- at Medicine Hat, .Alberta, his 9th day of September, A.D. 1914. JOHNRv'PALMKR, Solicitor for ibe Plaintiff, 60 Herald office PIANO TO a new Instrument, must be careful party, misbt consider a sale. Call 414 13th- St. S. Phone 1162. FOR head coining 3 year old steers, beef type and in butcher condition. Write or come and see them on Sec. 14, Tp. 12, Kge. 20, West 4th. George Sorgard owner, Turin. Alberta TO RENT o TO RENT 7-roomed fully mod- ern, in flrst class order, ?20 -per month. See Pagnuelo or Phone 543. '-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor: Irrlei. Uon Hydraulic 6 and B. Whitney Block. P. 0 Boi Pbonp 1042 __________1042._______ JUFB (Wm wards M EdT n Al Donal. A. l, eering; and land Suite 205 Sherlock Bide Lethbrlflgi- Alfa d tf ona. Duff, CE )-Commercl8l blue i ria log. civil engineering; and land sur jeylng Suit A AUCTIONEER TO mauerii cottage witli gas Including, kitchen range; No. 215 10th St t> Apply tj a cowman Ag ency. ________ TO room with all conveniences on Gtb Ave. car line, 1206 6Ul Ave S breakfast if desired. Phone 1826. TO seveii room house, 333 15th St. N.i between 3rd anil 4th Aves; ?15 per month. Apply R. V. Gibbons Co., South. or'423 lltb Street TO a month win secure a seven roomed fully liouse with gas, near car line, for winter. Apply Box 45 Herald. 267-r-O FOR 512.50; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones B65 and 1017. Bos 1858, teth- bridge. FOR stove (Supreme cooking utensils, ice box. Ice cream freezer, wringer, beds, din- ing room table, .chairs, etc., going cheap to clear.. Apply 407 12th Street A North. Ifegineiiip liclet Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR TO roomed cottage, 5th Ave. N., per month; also a 6 roomed modern house ,13th St. S., per month. Apply K. D. Johnsou, Molsona Bank.________ modern honse. (to farilly witnout in ex- change for owner's board or other- wise. References Call between 10 and 2, 630 13th Street, South. TO premises on Third Avenue South now. decupled by Valet." .Available. Sept. 1st. Apply A. B.. Stafford, Stafford Block. ti' anil Cltv Licensed Auctioneer Sales of all Wnds conducted on reasonable terns Live stock and farm tales a specialty Office at tho Wilson Furniture Co, 404 13th St Noith. Opwntown office at the Wei-bin UNDERTAKING'" T. S. ;PuBeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somerville Mai hie Granite Works, of Calgary Office opposite Court Phone 661 Rejl. dence 284 7th Ave S Phone H7S. Open day and night. S. V. Director ana EmBalmer 411 5th Street South, Phnnn 1S08. night or day, WHOLESALE IAV; AND POTATOE3- Wiolesale and retail AH varieties of hay timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint mteed bay, upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloads a specialty Storage for household etc cellar space for rent. Hyde pnd Saunders, corner 2rtd Ave and