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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THBLBTHBRIDG E D A its T B B B A 0 FRIDAY, OCTOBER Id, 19U. lever was good advertising more necessaryjjhan it more profitable to read advertising than now European War POCKET EDITION New, MOUNTED POLICE WILL HAVE A STRONG FORCE STATIONED AT MINING CAMP Up-To- The- Printed on strong bond giving strengtli of tbe armies, navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of real interest. J Free to subscribers sending in renewal subscriptiohs for 3'months or over to The Letlibridge Daily Herald. MILT IS TWENTY-SIX ERECTED BY [THE ALBERTA CORD OF THE YEAR Calgary, Dot. Tie 100 farmer (delegates, representing several thous- andi.stockholders oi the Alberta Far- mers' Co-operative Elevator com1 paay, after tearing the Deports of the various executive oflicers, went; on lecVird yesisrdav afternoon as en- importance that of the grain, in fu- ture. .when ,thb grain end .is quiet, and.thus solve the question oi keeping the. elevators" opeii Tthroughouf tae year Sreuucing "the" cost of handling grain, U Drnmiflrl Rmaps a and Mpmg. the directors to retain UOjUpieQ competent help. GOVERNMENT AID IS AP- N PBECIATED. Mr. Tregillus spoke in very appre- ciative terms oi; the sympathetic and helpful interest'in'the development oi :the company on-beha'li "oi the govern- ment, and expressed the beliei that the directors would be able to take up this year's work with much more" smoothness and efficiency. "We 'have demonstrated the power of said Mr. Tregillus. "At points where rio co-operative cle- forces to vators were located we have been t Bru shown what treatment tee farmers would have received hau no About Fourteen Miles From Ostend THE KAISER IS IN FRANCE been m eiistenw .ifs SIS at borne The reduction m the sprwd. off Calais and other Frcmch oi prices, and general treatment, has rts on the EBgllsh channel. The i i n sn b-en responsible for this Mies occupy Ypres and their line is at 1U.3U mTTTmj. rpv QTT i- __i__j _s dorsiog the _admmistration of company's affairs, ana gave their of j. ncials an enthusiastic vote of thanks i na for'work well done. To this Mthpr ment therejvas not a disturbing vote Itors Paget hall was fairly well when President W. J Tregill ed the meeting to order o'clock yesterday morning. "A.STORY OF PHOGHESS Tbe reports submitted detailed a story of continuous progress. Nearly bushels of gram were hand- led by "the various elevator compan- ies'" controlled by the organization. It was shown that the spread m the price of grain had been materially re- duced, and the price steadied by the operation of the elevators, the oper- ations showing a substantial profit PRESIDENT -VERY OPTIMISTIC President Tregillus1 retrospective -TKW of the anarrs of- the company.) George Lane and P: Burns headed a were most optimistic in strain For- demitation of ranchers which waited ty-two elevators had been pushed Messrs Garteny and Boyle today rapid completion and the amount oi m reference to and schoo. gram handled totalled bush- taxes on hind leased from the Do- els up to tSe end ol June Had all minion government It seems asses the elevators been completed in time, i sors show little discrimination Jn fix London, Oct. 16. The overnight summary .of the war. is as follows. In. the northwest "of Belgium the Germans are rapidly .bringing their tho coast They have occu about fourteen miles O tend and have appeared'at 'a Norton Sea some rtheast ol Oitend In not Blankenberg on th mjles north The Coalhurst duhichmbnt of tho R. N. SI. P. was tormally.oECncxl today for (lie first time. Constable formerly on detachment tho Mclutjrre lease, is in charge, and there, are iuur men i tioned at the new post, which is. in i the "K" Division unilcr Supt. Wilson. jjtr. Ims lor the open- in? of other detachments in his uivi- i siou, but as yet has not .received the sanction of ihc officials. Ten now men were recently brought to tte division 'from to fill vacancies. lu the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Distr trict of Lethbridge Between: No. 1525. LEWIS MARTIN JOHNSTONE and HENRY HOWARD, Trustees of the Estate of JOHN" HOW- ARD, Deceased. Plaintiff. and GEORGE WILLIAM FLETCHER and INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER- COMPANY OF AMERICA. Defendant. There will be sold with the appro- bation of the Local. Judge of this Hon- orable Court on Saturday, the 24th of October, 1914 at the hour .of 12 o'clock noon, at the Court House in the City, of Lethbridge, "in the Province of Al- berta, the followins lands: The North-west quartor of section Twenty-four (24) "in Township Four- teen (i4) and Range Twenty-two (22) West of the Fourth Meridian, reserv{ Ing therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The'land is said 'to he fenced and cross-fenced. Ab'out one hundred and thirty acres are" said to nave been broken, and situate'thereon to" be a house about 18x22 feet a barn about 21x24 feet, and a 'granary about feet. This property 'tvlll be 'offered for sale subject to reserved' bid which has been fixed by .a Judge. Terms cataiThal sore throat l toe gone. End such misery now'. Get the smaJl bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at anj drug store This sweet, frpgrant balm-dissolves by'the heat of the nos Put your "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. Sold by J. D Higinbotbam Co., Limited, Leth- bridge. -AUCTION-SALE OF PROPERTY FRANK G. WAPDINGTON Instructed 'by the owner, will offer for sale by Public AuctUm on Monday Next October 19, 1914 tlie propertp, at 4 o'clock in the aftenioon, the Substantially Built 8 Roomed Cottage (acetber with a. veil built, 3 roomed shack standing at the roar, .aitwte and "being the N. ot W '-A of lot 39, 6th Street Stafford- ,TttIc. The property a frontage of 66ft by Hfift. and Is well me Id tat m flnt repair. The total rental produced Is per month, hot under' normal conditions would bring in 00 The.'urmw ind oewllUons will be made known at the time of the Mle.' Parties iiteresM will kindly the Auctioneer on the pro perty at 4 o'clock prompt day of sale. The latest French official statemen announces gains at many points on the front, including toe tefcing of Es taires, an advance of about two kilo- metres m the centre, to the nortl and east o! Reims and a further ad .Vance on the heights of the Meuss to the south of St. MihM. Reinforce ments have reached :both the' Ser msns and the allies on their right and'left wings respectively and1 these need only to be placed m their pro- per positions on the front for the blow to be struck which may prove to be a decisive stroke for one side or the other That Emperor William oi Germany is following the sharpes' interest in "the fortunes of hlb sol- diers, is indicated by the fact thai 5ns headquarters have been movet further into Franco, and the Imperia German Chancellor, Df Von BetU- mann Hollwcg and his suite have ar rived at Brussels Power House Foreman May Lose His Life Medicine Wll- lett, foreman at the cit> power house, lies in the city hospital m what is considered a prtranous con dilion, three Italian workmen ate in the city police cells and tho mounted and city police are chasing a iourth over the prairie All the result; of a shooting took house Willett may die He 13 shot through the lett lung and ab- domen His condition is serious The attending physicians removed over 30 shot from his body and left arm As to the sbooting, certain facts give it a rather dubious look oth- ers pornt that it was accidental The men at tire power house favor, the latter view: i__________ 1147 HORSES PURCHASED. Regina, Sasi., Oct. pur- chase of 1H7 horses remount commission for presentation '.o the British government is recorded a tha reports BO far received. Of the total 758 been shipped to and 370 to Saskatoon. MERRY BEL VAL APPOINTED Got Osservatore Romano published the official an- nouncement of the appointment of Cardinal Merry del Val, former papal Holy "atel PRAYING Of All Kinds t Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Office Ofiise Stables 1163 462 1664 BY EXPERT Estimates 'for all kinds of heating. At otir Office and Showrooms 322 6th Street South, Opposite Herald. Ifie StanJen] Ming Co. S KNAPMAN Phones: Office 6 p.m. 1892. Steanioiiip Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Line Royal Mall Steaiaem. French Line to Havre White Star New York and :an service Cunard'Line, New'York and Canad. an Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow North German Lloyd. Hamburg Americas and all other 'Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct tailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Czor- monltz, Kralwn and all other Contin points Buy your when get our train 8. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. The Herald Want ad, boy says: I'll ask thousand! of peo- ple If they Imvo found the heirloom or jewel that you have loat. The vary first thing to do when you've thing( or found any article of value, Is to send word to the Wants. Professional Cards DH. of Col logo Physicians Surgeons. Al- berta. Suite 816-18. -Shwlpelt Phono J414..'iV Vfcy-Av....... SUPERFLUOUS HAIRvlREMOVED-- Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Ortho paedlc Institute, and Gymnastics, cal Vibratory .Lighi Treatments, EleijtVolyiJis oi'd- Sham pooing Treatments "given toy ap- pointment only. Room 1, Hull Blk itAMAWAtMB (Copyright, 13IJ, bit Do Poreat WANT ADS. C5 Words, 25 cents an Insertion, Six Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT general serv ant. Apply 1020 3rd Aye. S. and wife to work on i. Inquire Lethbridge Hotel. 259- general servant, Old Country preferred. Apply in morning 1306 7th Ave. S. WANTEOr-Girl for general house- work. Apply Mrs. Geo. TV. Green, nd Ave. South. general serv- nt. Good wages to right party. Apply Irs. H. Iv. Wheeler. Box 307. Phona R-S06. women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; lOsitJQns or locations secured as soon ,sr competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free. Barter 604A Centre St., Calgary. SITUATIONS WANTED English woman wants ousekeeper's place, dally or anything uitable.' Apply: ,treet_N Phone 1340 on m.j or any other iork, m city by reliable joung man, farmer, Apply Albert Easton P O '257- ___ J amethyst, .pendant and hain. Finder please return to Herald .See and receive reward. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS of oil leases in townships 11, 12 and 13. No fancy price paid A. J Blaokburne Co Acadia Block. rent or eight roomed house, furnished. Apply giv- ing s'reet number to C S Noble, No blefora. Alberta. horses or cattle to winter, plenty of hay, .pasture and good warm spring water all under fence write C J Zemp, Cardston, Alberta Miscellaneous for Sale J FOR gas heater, "Efficient" 1 coal heater, both in good con- dition Apply 425 13th St S FOH tons'of alfalfa hay; can feed right on farm, five miles irom city Phone K 910 or apply SO HeraM office__________ PIANO TO a new. Instrument, must be careful.-party; might consider a sale. Phone 1162. Call 414 13th St. S. FOR hsad coming 3 year old steers, beef type and in -butcher condition. Write or come and see them oh See. 14, Tp. 12, Kge. 20, West 4th. George Sorgard owner, Turin. Alberta FOR SALE-Toultry house. 12zlO It., new, nearly completed, built accord- ing1 to government plans; portable, double with tar paper; cheap for cash. Apply 1301 -9th Ave. South, Lethbridge. FOR ?12.50; timothy- alfalfa mixture, timothy Buy .the' growers through; their sales office, Farm products Limited, Phones J6B1 tfnd 1017 Box 1858, Leth- bridge FOR Coot stpve (Supreme cooking utensils, ice. box, ice cream freezer, wringer, beds, din Ing rooln table, chairs., etc, going cheap to clear Apply 407 12th street A Northi THE NURSING MISSION Provides TlEitlng nurees (or mater- nity aid atl mtdical and suivciil contagiani dlnasest, and cnarges nccording to '.bo cumstasbes of the patient Poor patlenU cared for free ot charge Graduate nurees for private duty lllo provided For further partle- ular( apply to Nursing HIi- Blon, 1414 7th Avenue South. Fooae 12SS. (Mill) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor, (Mlsi) M. A, MacKay, ant. (Mlaa) J. Miekenile. OraJ, Nurae. PItlVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Van Haarlem's Prlvnta Hoapital and maternity Home. 1224" 7th Avenue South. Pbono ;74fi. NEEDLEWORK -LES- SONS GIVEN. Filiner, Phono 783, DRESSMAKING: J SEWING Satistaq'tlqn guaranteed. Prices right. J. J'anuell, Boom 41, Dominion :Bldg. EDUCATIONAL KINS EDWARD'S brook; B. G. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cherrington. Boarding school for girls and young hoys. Bracing mountain High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography ana Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. J w! t. McKENZIE Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637, 706 Third Avenue South. BOARD AND ROOM TO room with all conveniences on 6th'. Ave. car line; )reakfast Phone. 1326.-257-6 KOH a good room with Rtl modern conveniences, steam heai, shower' M r A TABLB .BOARpr-Fpr two young meni with comfortaole: .rooni" if House supplied with all latest conven- iences. .AOTly eth Ave: S outh. Fhone 1034, TO BENT TO BENT 7-roomed house; fully mod- ern, in first class order, per month. "See Pagnuelo or Phone 543 TO modern cottage wltn gas Including kitchen range, No 215 10th St S Apply C B. Bowman Ag- TO seven roomed house 15th St. N. between 3rd and 4th Aves, ?15 per month Apply" E V BibDons 423.11th Street South MEDICAL I I OR. W. 8. Phyllcltn. Surgeon. Accoucller. IJoura p.m. Office 814 TlTlrd lata. _ DIJ; Ml) Sliarlock Block. Hesidtnce 1260 Sixth Avocue. Ofllce Bo-jra 11-12; 1-3; Ofllce ubous ftesliieno.joao. i R. C, Physician. Sur- geon, Accoucher. Onloe at reildtnoo corner 5ts Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9; J-8; 7 to 8.30. Phone UM1. H. TAVLOR-Ear, Eye, Nfoo .and. Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10.0P to 12.00; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 341, reslde'nce 693. B. H. J. GIBSON-Dentlst, gradual! of Rqynl College of Destul Surgeons aoronto, and holder of a.Dominion Cental Certificate. Offlee: pooma 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phoiie'1071. 'If, I- T. to Drs. Oourtice and Dnlveralty' of Maryland. Office Bit Phone 1165. Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clore. Hours: to 5, Office, 'fllg- Inbotham Blocjc. Phona 374. OR. E. Q. mem- her of Royal College of Surgeons, (Enjt.) Licentiate Royal' College of Physicians (London) Lias.. IJoars: s-U; 1-5. Offlee: Post Office niorfe I LETHBRIDOE (The Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally, 10 to 4 Saturday, or toy appointment Miss E. S. Cook. PIANO TUITION I PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay., HOI 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING i. H. CRIP.PS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ -repairer: 20 years factory expedience. Hon." ours Certlflca'e JIT Assn. London, England.. Reference to the musicians of the cltyj Phone 1168. 6th Ava A South SURVEYING f HAMILTON, B.A gc._Dominlon SSil Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer Rooms 6 and 6, Whitney Block. P. O. BOJ DUFF M ;Bd- wardl BASc, Dominion ant Al- twrca Laird Surveyor: Conali A, Duff. C bine i rlnt. Ing, clrll engineering rend sur- veying Suite 205 Sherlock Bid; Lethhrlflge Alta g u AUCTIONEER nished with all TO room conveniences on bth Ave car line, Teakfast if desired 1206 8th Ave S >none 1336 TO a will secure a seven roomed fully modern house with gas, near car line, for winter Apuly Box 45 Herald.______ TO roomed cottage, 5th Are. per "month; also a 6 roomed modern house 13th St. S., ?16 per month Apply K. D. Bank 257-6 TO modern house, to family without children) in ex- :hange for" ow_ner's board or other- wise. References "exchanged. Call jetweea 10 and 630 13tfa Street, South. TO Store premises on Third Avenue south now occupied-by Valet." Available-.Sept Apply A B Stafford, Stafford Blocfc TOR now occupied by Western Tinsmltblnj Co1, flrs: door north ol Herald; Bud? now Apply at Herald IO inodera house on 3tli ?t, Aves Fully modern'house, 7th Ave, Will be decorated to to- Arthur Hayr r ;TJ V fO Cohnaught Man- sionsT two-comfortable frtnlahea bed- and 0014 room. bath, eveiy 'vat use of .ommunity K- diilrcd Apply to Mtntloni ilfice, Phone 138B Prompt W. L. WIMON-Provtaclal and City Licensed Auctioneer. Of all kinds conducted on reasonable term Live ttock and farm sale! sptcfalty. Ofllce. at the" Wilson' Furniture'Co. 404 13th St, North. Phone 10J8 Resilience Phone CSS Downtown office at the LcthhrWge- Wi-vEiim RyaltT Pn phoro UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also7agent for the SomerviUe Marble ft Granita TVorks, of Calgary Ofllce opposite Court'. House. Phone: 651., Rest dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Op-m day and night, S, V. Director and Embalmer. 411 5ih Street .South. night or -day. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail All varieties hav- timothy, alfalfa, bine Joint, mixed hay upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty Storage for household etc. cellar space for real Hjde aud Sanndere. corner Znrt Are: SI. S. P. O; ROT im Phong 1844. FURS REMODELLED, dressed cleaned Work let us have slble David Scott, pany Store. W. A. Chartered t Hjl Acconntancy 4 AHilV Secreurlal, and Trait Audi! Building, Lethbrldgt Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant ;