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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE DAILY UKHALV MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, profitable to read advertising tkn now WESTERN .-UNION COMPANY CIDE TO-ENTER UPON OP- ERATIONS AT ONCE EQUIPMENT ON THE WAY tiolders of oil leases in the Segur- MORTGAGE SALE 'SCHEDULE "A" PURSUANT to the Order or His Honour J. A. Jackson, made herein the 15th day of October iu certain action wherein Frank HaraU ton Mcwburn is Plaintiff and Sophie U Labau C. Burnap, Arvit Charles G, Lyckunm, Fret Lyckmjin and Alfred Lyckman, an( The Governor Company of Atfven turers ot England, trading into Hud son's Bay, Thomas S. Fetterly, West- cm Canada Agency, Limited, Ben Tal- bot Joseph Howard, are Defend- ants. the following lauds In the-Pro- vince of Alberta, namely: ccl of'laml iu the Province of Albcrth, known and described as the East half of Section Twenty-four in Town- ship Ten in Range Twenty-three West ol" the Fourth Meridian, ex- cepting thereout and thersfrom the and contained in Certificates of Title '174-N.F." and containing SVvcet and everyone who lias a grain of interest Jeft in oil, be glad to bear oi the definite announcement "of another well in ilu; field soute of this city which is at- acros more or IMS; tracuag .so much attealion and uato His His which Jlr. Ira L. begur has already all and minerals and made famous. 41 the right to work the same, will be comes from Spokane .that _the offered -for- sale- by public auction on AVestorn Lmon Oil company, capital- Frid lhe av df Novcmber 1914 ize-J, at and coniro Img at the hour of Tweire o'clock noon, at 2920 acres of land m the Flathcad j (Jie Court Hous in the Cltj. of Lethr alrd Sweet Grass will be anil- ins; for oil cast of Swett Grass be- fore another week passes. The Western Union is composed largely oi Spokane and Pinciier Creok" men, and is out after the oil. Their drills vail he the ground and in operation by the i time the first shares arc soldj and [the prospectus oi the company car- ries these words "We make no pre- ieasiocs of being any het-t-ar them any other oil company. We do maintain, however, that if there is oil any- where in Southern Alberta, or Brit- ish Columbia, we will eventually get it, because this company is seriously Assembly of the 'Province.-of Al- berta EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES RE. LATING TO PRIVATE BILLS. 62. All applications ror Private Bills, properly the subject ot legisla- tion by Legislative Assembly of Alborta, witliln tho purview of "The British. North America' Act, whether for the erection of o. "bridge, :he making of a railroad, tramway, .urnplke, road, telegraph, or telephone line, the construction or improvement of a harbour, cannl, lock, dara, slide, or other like work; tho firaating of a right of ferry; tho incorporation of any particular trade, or calling, or of any joint stock company, 'or other- vise for granting to any Individual or ndivictuals any exclusive or peculiar or privileges for oing any matter or thing which in ts operation would affect the rights >f property of other parties, or relate a-any particular class of tho com- or for mukiugr any amendment f a like nature to any former Act, in the business of prospecting for oil, and the selling ot shares is only an accessory before the fact. "The selection of our holdings, par- ticularly in the Sweet Grass-ililk I-itver the district they are all flocking to, was not made in a clay. took our time to it-; some of'tae" best men. ifl the country, in- truding Harry Johnson and Ira Se- gur, passed on it before we moved. Acquiring this-land, we got the bestja. man 'in the country to charge oi y such Bill. stiaH'be, the applicant iri the Jfands-' Clerk of he House, be to jet the said "oples of tho newspapers containing he first and last insertion of sucf Sittings of the- District Court and of the District Judges' Criminal Court will be held within (lie Judicial Disi tiict of Lethbrldgo on the dates and at tho places following the year Commencing: Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, February llith.. Tuesday, March Kith.' .V Tuesday, April lIUli. Tuesday, May 18th. Tuesday, June 15th Tuesday, September 21st. Tuesday, October 12th. Tuesday, November Itith, Tuesday, December 7th. Tuesday, January 12th. Tuesday, April Mi. Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 9th. Tuesday, Starch 2ml. Tuesday, June Sth. Tuesday, September 2Sth. Tuesday, November 30th. Commencing: Wednesday, January 13th. Wednesday, April 7th. Wednesday, September Sth. Wednesday, November 10th. The! lerald Want ad. boy says: I'll ask thousands of peo- pie If .they have found tho heirloom or Jewel that you hava lost. The very first thing to do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, Is to send wa to the Wants. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DR. I. B.. of Co! lego Physicians and Surgeons, Al bcrta. Suite 316-18. Sherlock Bide Phone H14. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Miss K. M. Holmo. graduate of tile Pennsylvania Ortlio pacdlc Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics, Elootrl cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham pooing Treatments given by ap pqlntment only. Room 1. Hull Blk PRIVATE HOSPITAL WtrurtlUt, 1311, lii Df forest P be jiools are situated or domes, and unlcEs all the conditions the earth arc upset, tibe dome hers Ljst huv drjH itself will tell. rrucb, onh the "ur Seaur will personally superin- tend the drilling oi this well. The .present wel] which-is known as the "Segur" well, is dri'lod bv Mr for the Grand Trunk Pa C'fic Development company, a sub- sent -arties to the' TO' ENLIST AT ONCE "7. Fending advices, from the War office as to the composition w ths Second coutinsrent, which have not been will be atelv enlisted and the organization! the House, to be filed amongst the records of the Committee on Stand- Ing Orders. Table of Fees to be Paid to the Regis- trar of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 Thursday, January 14th. Thursday, April 8th. Thursday, September Thursday, November lltli. Tuesday, February 2nd. Tuesday, "Hay 4th. Tuesday, September 14th. 'Wednesday, November 24th. Wednesday, June 9th. Wednesday, October 6th. DATED at Edmonton, Alberta, this first day of October, 1914. .1. D. HUNT, Deputy Attorney General. _______ WANT ADS. 29 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. 81: Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT LAND FOR SALE FOR N. W. of the 4th for 00. Sec. 2S-2-12 W. Further infor- mation, write E. Soda Creek B- c- 0 FOR 10 acre -garden tracts, tall- water right, the best'and closest tracts'tp'.ths city; Uies.e are worth i two dollars to.close themip.ut offering them per B Apply The Hutf 10, Alberta St. boy who can worl In store. Apply at ones to L. Kee! 5th St. South. girl for general house- work. Apply 835 .Stl St. S. Phone 1530. for general house wort. Apply Mrs. Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Avo. Socth. general serv- ant. Good wages to right party. Apply 3Irs. R. L. Wheeler. Bos 207. R-806. Phono and women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weekc reqalred; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free. Centre Moler Barber College, G04A St.. Calgary. suJiarv of the Grand railway Trunk Pacific Spo- :iori-is 504 Riverside avenue, Washington. -behind the -Western Union guns are all "ffell kno'WTi, both here end >n Washington J E Woods, tht, Pmcncr Creei engineer and geologist Is William S pre- sident 01 the Norman Hotels Spo- kane, is vice-president, and TValdo G Fame, vice-president and general manager of the Spokane and Tnlanc raihrar, secretarv-treasurer On the board of directors are such wel] knoiTrt men as Mayor Dobhie, oi Plnchsr Creek, T J Cumherlaiid, postmaster of Fischer Creek L C Lens, manager of the Spokane Flour Mills G- B Dennis, and Cealtr owner, Spokane Ira E Se- pir, Sweet Grass, gengral manager f D J Roberts, proprietor of ths Flatheaci Trading 'company, Corbin, and C E Snvder, oil and gas well contractor, Pincher Creek, supenrt tendent. According to maps issued by the and trammg ol imantrv units will he! (See1 Can. 20, 1913, Second Session 1 nroceeded with ftroifhout the Do- minion from Haiiias to Victoria. "S As soon as the expected in- structions arrive "from the war office, imniediafe'srrgngements will be made i for enlisting such cavalry, artillery, i engineers and administrative units as the war office mav advise. "0. The organization of these un- its and- the--forces contemplated by propoca's will be urder the di- jectioc of qfjlrers commanding divi- sions arid military 'districts, 'and will be 'carried -onfc -by them. PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN For registration of a company 'whose nominal capital does not exceed For resistratioii of a comnany whose nominal caoital" ex- ceoda "the above fee' oi S50.00 wilh the following additions! fees regulates ac- cording to the amount of capi- tal, that is to say: For every or part of .000 after the first up. to f BOO For every .or part of- after the first OSO up 3.00 For every or part of thereafter "000 J. R. COWELL, Clerk ol the Legislative Assembly. 'Ad L 2-i A suburban" saloonkeeper in Lon England, was fined ?2a.OO fo failing to comply with, the "lightSKjut order. Mrs. Flora-Nellie Jones, wife of i rancher.jiear. Merritt, B.C., was acci dentally shot by'her husband whili huntingT; Mr 3I S Clubme, manual training nstructor :in' Walkervilie schools EBS reaigmed oiving to difference: with' the board. At the Ifth annual convention o Galt-.Bistriet -Epworth "league, i companv, the well will be decided to support a missionary BOIOSS the, Ruer frnm the Bea- m the foreign field. The county of Essex has orferei inmerchandise to the British government1 -for the soldiers of the Arthur Morton Grcnfeil late of the Canadian Agency trhrse banSruptcy p now under lavestigat on is a major active service and has the Official receiver sa 'lag he is unable Empire now in Europe The British Sussex from w'itfr 2400 tons of frozen meat arrived in Boston arter_escap- It present to prepare statement of ims a Gernla11 "alser by leaving the the affairs of tne Canadian Agency I of marine traffip in connection with tosioostoOliiOgyntrf Paily 7th to Dec. ,31st inclusive linlt' months, stop over and ex- tension privileges Information n rail and Steam- ship Tickets from g. MITCHELL B. 'Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. B. OAWSON, plitrlcl Pauingtr Ajtnt Cflgtry. Visi Ldith Lavalier of Sandwich is probably fatally injured as.the" re- sult of an accident when a Wahash engine struck the automobile in -hich she uao riding in Detroit, j carried two bylaws, lins ooo, one for the f the Canadian Concrete Products Co aged 24> a in the recent defence o! Antwpr Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Ctnful and Prompt Sirvlet NOTICE Legislative -As- sembly of tliel Province of Al- berta. TAKE NOTICE, the time for receiv- ing Petitions for Private Bills .at the next session ot the Legislative As- sembly ,will expire on Wednesday the twenty-first day of October 1914." JNO. R. CO WELL Clerk of the House. Ad. No. S5. 'Position as Choir Leader Stanley A. Bliga of Taher has been engaged aa choir leader by Graca Presbyterian church, Caigary. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Office 1163 fice i .462 iblet 1664 PHONES f Office I Stgbli BOAKD AND TO room 'witirllli conveniences on '6th''; Ave." .car lino; breakfast desirefliygflone S57-0 FOK a gywa rooin-witlf-aM! modern conveniences, .steam heat, shower Oaths. "apply Y M. C. A.' SITUATIONS WANTED woman wants housekeeper's place, daily or anything suitable. Apply JIIss Taylor, 404 19th Street N. Phone 1340. on farm or any other work in city by reliable young man, experienced farmer. Apply Albert Easton, Lethbridge P. O. TO -RENT TO RENT TABLE BOARIH-For two.yoUng-mBii, yith comfortable rcpm desired. Ifouse supplied with all. latest conven- ances. Apply 604" Sth Ave. South' Phone 1084. 7-roomed house, fully mod- ern, in first class order, per month. See Pagnuclo or Phone 543. 'i PRIVATE HOSPITAL lira. Van Haarlem't Private Hospical and maternity Homo. 1224 7th Avenue South. Flione 74R, ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Fllmer, Phone 783. 14th Avo. S. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs; E. J. P.oom 41, Dominion Bldg._________ EDUCATIONAL ___ EDWARD'S brook. B. C. Headmistress, Miss V yi. Cherrington. Boarding school fo girls and 'young boys. Bracin mountain climate. Full High Schoo curriculum. Shorthand, Stenograph and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch ing from nature, etc. "Write fo MEDICAL OR. W. Surgeon. Accoiujjier. Hours mT p'm' Offloe 'Sit Tnll'd Avenue. Phone 1260 DR. Sherlock Ulook. 'eeldence 1256 Sixth Avenue. Sours 11-12; 1-3; OuVja uliont _ 319; liosidenco 1080.. C. Bur- eeon, Accouchor. Office nt residence; corner 6th Avenue South and 7th Street South. Houre: 8-9; 1-8; 7 to "ni Eya, Nose anri Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evoninga by appointment. 341, residence 593. L-DENTAL of B' graduats T-5.9y of Dental Surgeon. a'Dominion Certiflcate. Offlco: Room. J and 6. Bryan Blosk. Phono 1071 DR. L. T. to Drs. Conrlice and GIlchrlstJ-Qraduata University of Maryland. Office Blk. Phone 1165. Lethbrioge. Alto. ORS. MARRSANDMARRS-Dontlsu successors to Drs.. Stewart and Mc- Clure Hours: 9 to 6. Office, Hls. Inhotham Blooft. 'Phone 274 E. G. J ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE i. Co. Electrlca Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637 706 Third Avenue South. SHOE REPAIRING. D. Shoemaker Repairer. We do all work neatly and at reasonable price. -10% dis count for cash. 916 6th Avenue SoutE....... SHOE SfMNING HE LETHBRIDGE SHINING PAR under new management. A first olass place for ladies and gents." OHver Block, -next to Kenny and Allin's. -George, Ferguson, Pro- prietor. NOTICE TO ALL IT. MAY CONCERN Change of'BuslneES The business of Boot and Shoe R. pairing recently carried" oh by B. S Pulley at 411 :S., was on Sat- urday, Oct. 17, to Prank Miles of this city. All work entrusted to Sir. Miles will be given prompt attention. 261-3 THE NURSING MISSION Provides .visiting nurses, for mater-. nlty and all medical and surgical cases (except_contagioug and charges according to the ''cir- cumstances of thft ''Poor' patients cared for, free, of charge, Graduate nurses for private 'cfuiy- prodded For further nartlc-' 'j to ths Nurslnst 1I A7enUe South- Hi i'n 1233 Supervisor. BY EXPERT.-'-.- Estimates for. all kinds, of'heating.. At pur JSTem Office and Showrooms South, Opposite Herald. ffie Stamen! PUiflq Co. S. KNAPMAN .Phones: Office 6 p.m.. 1892. TO modern cottage with gas including kitchen rangej No. 215 10th St.'S. Apply 'C. B. Bowman Ag- encv. TO modern storey am half house, No. 1607 7th Ave. S. Five rooms and 'bathroom, full size cement basement; per month. Apply 1516 7th Ave. or 326 6th St. S. TO seven roomed house, 333 15ft St. N. ihetween 3rd'and "4th Aves., per -month." Apply R. V. Unions Co, or 423 llth Street louth. TO. room with ail conveniences on 6th Ave. car line; breakfast if desired. 1206 6th Ave.'S. rr- 1S28. TO-REN'T-rflS a month will secure a seven roomed, modern house with gas, near car line, for winter. Apply Box 45 Herald. roomed cottage, N., ?10 per month; also a 6 roomed modern house 13th >St. S., per month: Apply K. D. -Johnson, ftiolsons Bank. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS At once, second hand or- an in good repaid; state terms in the first letter. Address P. O. Box 141, Warner, Alia. _ _ __m_ oil townships 11, 12 and 13. "No fancy price paid. A. J. Blackburne. Co., Acadia Block. rent a seven or eight roomed house, furnished. 'Apply giv- ing street number to C.' S. Noble, No- bleford, Alberta. head of cattle to win- ter, lots of straw piles, hay, salt and water. Will take. pay in last spring calves or cash. Harry D. Danreli, Cas- tor, Alta. VIAVI (The Herbal System of Treatm-nt for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block.. Hours 4 to 0 p.m. daily, PULS FOR th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ ropairer-i 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certiflcate MT. Assn. London, ungland.. Roferc-nce to the leadina miisiolans of the Tcity. Phone liel nth AVB A South. Land Surveyor; Irriga. tion Hydrauiio' Engineer. HoomJ f nnd B, Whitney Block P. O. Bol 657-. Phnnp DUFF (Wm. M Ell? wards. B.A.SC., Dominion' Al- terta Land Surveyor; i Cuff, Commercial blue print- ing, civil engineering 'and land sur- Teylng. Suite .205 Sherlock Bldg __ At'CTIONEES' WANTBD--100 horses or cattle to winter, plenty of hay, pasture and good warm spring water all iunder fence: Write C. J. Zemp, Cardston, AJborta. Miscellaneous for Sale TO. modern house, (to family without children) in ex- change for owner's board or other- wise. References exchanged. Call between 10 and 2, 630 13th Street. South. Steemsiiip TliM Office BflPPTY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers, French Line to Havre. White Star New York -Canad- ian fgrvice. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian service, Canadian Northers Royal '--Mall Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow.' North German Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines, largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest farea, direct, sailing. Ant- werp and Hamburg-connections, Czor- raonitz, Kralian and ail other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets whore yon get train S. MITCHELL, 0. P. E. Ticket Agent, TO .premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "Tho Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford Block. FOB now occupied' by .Western 'Tinsrmthmg Co., fira; .door .north of Heral4. Ready now. Apply at Herald office. TO room In .fully modern private house; board if dfr sired. Rent reasonable. Apply 643 Hi St. South. in fully modern house close ID, up, also barn, suit- able for garage .or store room; cheap rental Call mornings or evenings, 'th st. Ponth. I'urulalujd S roomed louse, all modern conveniences, one Mock from new post office; rent easy, 10 'Se in splendid repair. W. H. M., Box 24 Herald or Phone 621. TO six room modern' house near car line for rent cheap; in good condition. M. P. Johnston Co. FOR head of 2. year old heifers with 'calves. Stock in good condition.. Smith- Bros., Milk River, Alberta. FOR gas beater, "Efficient" and 1 coal heater, both in good con- dition. Apply 425 13th St. S. FOR tons of alfalfa can feed right on farm, five miles from city. Phone R-910 or'apply Box 50 Herald, office. PIANO'TO a new Instrument, must be careful party; might consider n sale. Phone 1102. Call 414 18th St. S. Alberta Block. TO the Connnught Man- sions, two comfortable furnished bed- rooms, hot and cold water in room, bath, every convenience; free use. of community kitchen and laundry if re- quired. Apply, to Victoria office, 8rd Ave. S. Phone 636. TO modern 7 .roomed house, close in.. Will give laasp for any length of time; also ono furnish- ed- Tflom to let. Apply 813 6th Avo. A S. or. Phone 720. FOR head coming 3 year old steera, 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. :Albertal FOR 512.50; alfalfa mixture, timothy J15. Buy direct from the growers through their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Boi 1858, Leth- bridge. TOR stove (Supremo cooking utensils, ice box, 'ce cream freezer, wringer, 'beds, din- ing room table, chairs going cheap to clear. Apply ,407 12th street A North. .For Sale ur L. and" City L censed Auctioneer.. Bales or: ail kinds conducted ,on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm salei specialty. Office, at the -Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St North. Phone 1028.- Rtsldehct Phone Downtown offlcs at flia- Lethbriuge- Rfl.ilfv Pn Pltfjtio 1173 T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer, ,abo agent for the Somerville Marble fe Oranlto Works, of> Calgary. Office opjosito Court House Phono 661. Rejl. oence 284 7ta Ava. S. Phona 1178. Open day and night. S. Y. Director-ana Erflbalicer. 1S02. 411 South! or day. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue-joint, mixed hay, upland hay.'oat hay and itraw. Mixed carloads a specialty Storage for household etc cellar tpacB for rent and Saundftrs. corner Ave. and 12th St 3. P -O.. KPT TiCT.' Plinnp 1844. FURRIER TO property close Iri; also tract of close to Nelson, with bearing orchnrd. Will trade for stock or gpod'ranch. .-Apply Box 1366 Lethbridge. LOSTV-FOUN I amethyst, pendant and chain. Finder please'return to Herald office and receive reward... Saturday afternoon, small parcel of dry goods. Finder ta office. please FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned, i Work guaranteed. Please let us have "order as soon as pos- sible. David Bentley Com- pany Store. ACCOUNTANT W. D. ot tht Instl Etltllte of. Chartered Accountants, of Hinsland and Wsles, ,and .of tha In- tiite-.of Chartered Accountants 1p Alberta.. Acadin Bids.. Lethpridgfe. W. A. HENDERSON A COV. Chartered Aceouhtahti Winnipeg Uthbrldge Medicine Hal Accountancy In all Its bnnenei Audit. Secretarial, >Ad- vlsory, Systematizing, and Trust tlgatioM, Acirila Building, Listhbrldo. Re'sldent1 R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Gcot) ;