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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDGB DA1LT HBKAiVD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, J9U Never was good advertises more Dave Smith, with Richards Fringe's Famous Minstrels, Sherman The- atre, Saturday, October 24. In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dist- rict of Lethbridge Betwecni No. 1621 WILLIAM REX VIRTUE, Plaintiff, and 3 HENRY WILLIAM MARQUARDT.and CHARLES'A. ;Dcfeadants. PURSUANT "to 'the Order: of 'His Honour Judge Jacliaon. there will bo sold with the approbation of flip Local Judge of this Honnurable.-.Court, oil Saturday, the 21st day of Noveniissr, at the'-'hour of Twelve o'clock noon at the Court Houso in -the City ot Lethbridge In the Province.of Al Lena, i.'.-e following lauiis: That' portion of Lot Eight (S) in Block according to a plan of the City of Lethbridge in tlie Province of Alberta, of record ill till) Land Title: Office for the South Alberta Laud Registration District as '.'Lcthbridge more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the North West corner of safe! lot. thence East along the North boundary of said lot a distance of One Hundred feet, thence South and per- pendicular to the-. North boundary of said lot a distance ot One Hun- dred and Twenty-five (125') feet, thence West and parallel with the 'Southern boundary cr" said lot a distance One Hundred (100') feet to the West boundary of said lot, thence North along the West boundary of said lot a distance of One Hundred, and .Twenty-five (125') feet to the place of begin- ning. Subject to the reservations con- tained in the existing Certificate ot Title. -The land Is said to be situate on .Third Avenue South in the said city of Lethbridge, and situate thereon is said to be a One and one-half storey frame Double House with Sis rooms and Bath in each part, and also a Two Storey Frame House with Eight Rooms and Bath; botti are said to be fully modern. This property will be for Bale .subject to a reserve bid1 which has been fixed by a Judge, and sui- The fifth anniversary services of Westminster Methodist' church were lield Sunday with splendid results. The morning service took the form of a1 Junior Congregation Rally, the junior congregation meeting in the church in place of the parsonage. About 70 children were present, m aJdition to parents and friends. Miss Daisy -Holmes and Miss Winmired Wallwork sang solos, and the pastor illustrated address on "The Messago ot the using as il- lustrations sairples oi tiie' work oi heavers. The lessons Itaught by the beavers were, (.1) Iniiustry, (2) Thor- oughre s, (3) (-1) Ingenu- ity, (5) Patience, and (6) Not Inlal interesting' feature "of-ths wts the d' mbution OL pri'es for Scnptuie memon work The first prize ior the girls was. iron bv 'Nessle Robertson, and for the bovs, The loUonng also -non prizes, Wrna James Ker- gan, Robt Keigan, Elsie vTestr-tt Ihe junior congregation has placed a large part in tie work oi West- minster church. The average attend- ance for the past year has been 62 per Sunto Duron; the month of Oc tober the average was 74 "Mrs J B Irancis as loader, and "Miss Elsie Hatson, as secretary, are fo be con- gratulated oatiic success oi their ef- forts in tais department At the pieamg service, reiore a large congregation the pastor spoke on the topic, taking as his text, Lute 14 18 "Thev all with one accord, began to make es cuse The setting of the scene -was hnefly outlined and the interpretation aVsense has ossiDed. The cry of the today is not "crucify Him'.j Terms and. per. _ __ but rather, "Let us alooe, thou Je- j centum in cash, and the balance with-. sus or Xazarnth. have we io do in Thirty days after sale, with Interest with'Thce." at eight per centum per, annum. The speaker claimed that there were Particulars and Conditions of sale, many 'lessons could learn from the Devil. He was a personage with 20th Century tactics. He kept ;abreast o! the times. Many Christians were content with the methods of iifty -years ago, ana if anything new and (novel was introduced into the church Service, prayer laesting, or Sunday school, the hands were held up in- horror. Nci so with the Davil His step m tine with the niusjc given The host ot the feast was Christ, the Feast, the Gosoel made possible through Christ, the servants the messengers of the Gospel, the re- jectors, the superficial, careless, ssh- centered people who no time lor Christ's invitation One word, said the speaker, ex- oi today bo. inert to im men with tlw thought that God was hard, cruel, austere; would uh- relentlessly punish sin. But men to- day did not look upon God ia that wa. Tri-e, .he pimshes but men kflo.w that ".He desires .death 01 an) but rather that all should come unto ttzni and live So the tactins of Satin changed Toda> he keeps men bust do those things that are innocent, right, ne- cessary, and with these goo4 things Young, "Auctioneer, and Malcolm, J. A. Jackson. _. Plaintiff's Ad. No. B. Ten Mills orrthe A T f Dollar is Raw Land Tax CONTIMJLD FROM FRONTPAGE Ml enclosed land is also exempt, has used for stock pas- The. Herald Want ad. boy says: I'll find a ..stenographer, for yvlio IB ca- pable, conscientious' and accurate. A -young- worn- an. vjlfoiu you'll uo glad your, office WANT ADS. 25- Words, 25 cents an Insertlom. Six insertions for the'price'bf Foiir. CHUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE LAND. FORSAKE. FOR N. W. Yi Sec. 2S-2-12 of the 4th for 51300. Further infor- mation, write B. H. Olson, Soda Creek B. C. R 10 acre garden tracts, full water right, the best .and closest tracts to the city; these tracts are hundred dollars per acre, to close "them out quick we are offering them at 5115 per acre; 1-5 cash, halance in 5 annual payments. Apply The Huff Investment Co., llooin 10, Alberta Blk. ''Phone 771.- BOARD AND ROOM j TO room with, all conveniences on !6th Ave. car line; breakfast if desired. Phone.1326.'257-6 ?OR RENT For a good room with all modern conveniences) Eteara heat, shower oaths plunge, etc.', apply .Y. M. c: A. _ ga-rO TABLE two voune men with (.omiorUble room If 36use supplied with all latest conven- iences Apply 60' Ave. South Phone 109t, 238 6 NOTICE TO ALL IT MAY CONCERN Change of-Business The business ofiBoot and Shoe lairing'recently carried on by B.' 3. r'ulley at 4il 4th Avo; S., was on .Sat- urday, Oct. transferred to Frank-Miles of this city. All work entrusted to Mr .Miles on far'm or any other work ln-clty> by..reliable young-roan, oxperloBCsS- fanner. Apply Albert 0. an English woman plnoe; sho could have daughter (15 Trustworthy and reliable.. Apprly lira. S., 'Box 19, Ssrlng. Coiilbe. -rT servant- .'small: month to right; Apply Box IG'.Horaia. 'girl -.for gejieral housework. Apply-1010 South. jrirl'.for general liouse- work. Good wages. Apply 635 Sth St.'S. Phone for. general .house- work. -Apply Mrs. Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South, makers; ten men required. Wages to f25 per week, steady employment. Will assist witli part of passage ,iE guarantee 13 fur nished.' Apply- Hugh Carson Co. Ltd. Ottawa. Ont. Professional Cards OSTEOPA'THIC PHYSICIAN on. L. B; ot Col- lege Physicians Surgeoni. Al- berta. Slllto 316-18. Klurlock Bldf. Phone MM. MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED-r- K. II. Holmes gra'duate'bf the Pennsylvania Ortho- paedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics, Electri- cal Vibratory anil Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham- pooing' Treatments given by an- pointment only.- Room 1. Hull; PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1 ana -women to learn Barber 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 St., Calgary. TO HENT RENT 7-roomecl house, fully mod- cm' in first class order, ner mouth. See Pagnuelo or Phono 543. -fr TO" house, Hilly modern, 7 rooms, 1223 4th Avenue Apply 1235 4th. Ava. S. or Phone 157i TO roomed fully modern house in thorough rriatr, S13 Sth Ave. Terms very BTOLirate to good ton- ant. Key at 811. Apply 101S 12th St. S. or Phone HIS. TO rocmed modern cottage at 612 12th St'. S. Is fenced and there is barn in rear. a month. Apply F.tlaee Clothing Co.. 5th St. S. 262 )ttage with TO modern col aas including kitchen range; No. 215 10th St S Apply C B Bowman Ag TO. in fully modem house, close in, up, also barn suit able for garage or store loom, cheap rental Call mdniiifgs or evenings, ,34 6tn St South Phone 441 TO Fully modern storey and lialf house, No. 1507 7th Ave. S. Five rooms and .bathroom, .full size cement basement, ?15 per month Applj 1516 7th or 326 6th St S 0 ucaaiti-t aim UIILJI, n iiaa ir cu >UJ. jida- 11 v. _j L ttnn i n n. crouds ont the Ii this is the m-mmum being horses or be 2li1 3 South then it is an evil, for Sm is the cattle to the number ol one or three abuse or misuse of the good." "Asi sheep for every ten acres ;f or six it was in the dais of Voah, rnoaths Xo land within a corporation drmimg, btrving, selling, planting, is included The nrovince TV ill be di- marrynig anri ffivinE in marriage so! Tided intn assessment districts and it should Se m' the days o! the son'the valuation will he done bv Gov ol man, and so it is todav these I ernment officials Appeals from as- TO seven roomed, house, 833 loth St N between 3rd and Vves, per month Apply R V Gibbons S. Co, or 423 llth Street things are the sin comes in allowing them crowd out the choicest gift that life can .give." plained the whole situation, the word "Preemption" Thfese people who re- fused Christ's message had no hostil- ity torard the host, no disdain for the guests, no ill-will for the .ser- ants, thsv had no tick coming God, or Christr ol tuts Church It simplj meant that there something else in 'their- -lives- that was oi more importance. In the ca e o! the parable it was, buying a; piece of tend, bmmg five volte of ox en, marrying a wife. In ;iacsiraUe ol today it was land, 'stocks, shares, business cares, domestic dut- ies. In most cases the averaeje .per- sbn has no intention ol voting God out of the life, it is done Gradually, and sooner or btcr hie Darwin it, is found that the religious and mor Very Low Fares in connection with The large choir of Westminster ren- dered a splenhid anthem, con- ductor, 3Ir Owen, and Mr Stott, ef fectively sang as a duet, "Watchman, nhat of the Aigbt was laid upon the plate, union speals -well lor oi the people of Westminster themselves, J sessments are to be made to the mm- of municipal go FACT AND FANCV said he woi through a. raging Hood just to look into my eyes last night' last .night he phon- ed that it was raining too hard for him to call A HERO Miss you heard of my engagement? Miss plucky man7 the, AN OBSERVATION It is with hearts as clothing, I herewith beg to state, the weather's warmer. E'en love is summer-weight! Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit lire months, stop over and ex tension privileges. .tWl Information re rail and Steam icftets front- Lieut ALLAN DIXON A Canadian boy educated at Trinity College and then in Enqimd al thi Royal Military Collie. He ha, JUB, been appointed to th, Lincolnshire Regiment C. f. M. Ticket Attnt, 1 B. District PatMnger n's Transfer Phone 138Q an and Allin's George Ferguson, Pri> fMiiCELLANEOUS WANTS 400 three and four jeai old breeding ewes, cash price m fliat letter. Glen Banner, Alta Harvey purchase a number of fresh or soon to become fresh milk Enquire jig Pity ones, _second hand or can in good repaid, state terms in the first letter Address P O Box 141, Warner, Alta of oil leases in townships 11, 12 and 13. No fancy price paid A. J Blaokburne t Co. Acndla To rent a seven or eight roomed house, turmshed Apply glv ing streef 'number to f S. Noble, N ing-- bleford, Alberta head of cattle to whT ter, lota of straw piles, hay, salt and water Will take lay in last spring calves, or cash. Harry. D. Danrell, Cas- tor. Alta or, cattle to winter, plenty of hay, pasture and good warm spring water all under fence Write O J Zemp, Cardston, Alberta Miscellaneous for Twenty head of 2 year old heifers with good condition River, Alberto-, calves stock gmtth Bros, Milk t FOR SAUB-4-100 head" aix jnonth old as feeders, all China and Berkshires Alta black Poland Brimhal! Bros FOR gas heater, "Efficient" and 1 coal heater, both in good con dltion Apply" 425 13th St 8 8ALIV.70 tons of .alfalfa caff feed right on farm, five miles from city Pljqne R-910 or apply 50 Herald oftlca FOR head coming 3 year old steera, beet type and In butcher condition Write or come and see them on Sec 14, Tp 12, Rge, 20, West 4th. George Sorgard owner, Turin Alberta FOR 11250, timothy alfalfa mixture, Buy dlrect'frota (he growerethrough their sales office, Farm Products Limited, Phones 865 and 1017., Leth- bridge For Sale or trade sUfldard bred Registered Pacing Stallion for cattle, sheep1 or work horses Address Box C, Monarch, Alta TO heavy draft well broken maret-or geldings lor oati Brlmhall Bred., Raymond TO proprij ciosp In, also traet at fruit land close to Nelson, with bMltag orchard Will trade for gtoclr or sood MMk Apply Box 1365 Lethbridge. 6 LETHBRIDGE ..VIAVI (The Herbal Systam of Treatment ..for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. daily, 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. _Ml83 E. S. Cook. (_ PIANO TUITION___1 PUPILS FOR Kay 14m 7th Avemie North. PIANO TUNING S. H. CRIP.P8, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours. Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Roferenro to the leading musicians of the city. Ph'one 1168 6th Vve A South C SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, S.A.Sc.i-Domlnlbn aid Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigi. tion t Uydraullb Engineer. Room? B and 6. -Whitney Blook. PJ 6. Box 657. Phonp 1M2. DUFF M Ed" wards. B.A.Sc., Dominion and Al- barm Land A. Huff, blue log, olril eiiKlneerine and land aur- reylng. 205 Sherlock Lefhhrlrtiro. AHa a.ff AUCTIONEER W. L and ZJcenaed Auctioneer. Sales ol all klflds_ conducted on_ reasonafe'e terms. Live stock and farm iulM a Offlco at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 Hth St. North. Pbone 1089. ResKeiio Phone C85. Downtown office at toe Lethbrldite> UNDERTAKING T. 8. Funeral Director and 13mbalmer, also agent for the Somervllle Marble Worm, o' Calgary Offlce oppotiti Court House Phone 661 Rnji. dence 284 7th Avo S. 1176. Qneii day and night 8. V, ana Bmlialmer. 411 Sth Street South, nls'it or dar. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND and retail" All varieties of haT "iffilja. b'ui'jolst, mixed hay, upland hay, oat ond itravr. Mined carloads, a fpeelalty. Storage'for homehold gooitu, etc. cellar space for rent anil Saunderfl corner Zed Are and 12th fit P BnVnTT FURS REMODELLED, dressed cleaned Woik guaranteed let us hare order'ai soon as poe- sihle David Bentley Com- pany-Store -i 5 ACCOCNTAfJT ot thu 'r.c'.t lUlute ot Lnartered Accountants ot England and Walei, and of (he In- hite of Chartered Accountants l> Ajberta Maiila Lcthbilflje. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chirtired Agoountanti Wlnnlpej Lethbrldge Hal Aoconntancr Ja alt Its branchel Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, ind Trust Work, Inves- tigatOai. Liquidations. Acadla Builo'lnj, Lcthbrldgi Resident R. i RITCHIE PATERSON, Chnrttred Accountant (Scot) ;