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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta CMGE TWO TUB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 23, 1914 ever was SHEEP, :HQMSES''; NOTICE" We Imvo buyers for cattle (Feeders and Stackers.) We have orders for Sheep in bauds of 250 to MOO. Let know wlir.l you have to sell. Write, Wire or Telephone, Hatch Lewis COMMISSION BROKERS! Bldg., or Ltihbrldge Stock Yards Lethbridflc, Alberta. TO FRANK TAYLOR, FORMERLY OF U-UC'KY IN THE PROVINCE OF ALDERTA TAKE :KOTICE tliat an action has been commenced uyalust yon at tho suit of Arthur L.- Colby. Tor the ro- covery of and interesUi being the amount duo en a Promissory Note- dated April Sth, 31U4, and made by you In favor of the Mid Arthur L. Colby. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that: you are- required to enter an Ap- 1'eiirauce or Demand of Notice witll an m CONTIKUEB-FHOM FRONT PAGE the Clerk of He D strict Court at Lethuridge, Alberta, by November llith 1914 SHEPHERD DUMOP RICt, Lethbridge, Atberta. Solicitors -for Arthur L. Colby. No. D. Miss Ninnr.ons, III.......... Currie, IV. V, lir. Cameron V. Total.................... KINDERGARTEN' 'Miss Ash ton Xovris Total able to point to today as a basis for th-ir belief that the climax hss nfcciit i been reached in S3a, land and nir i battle across the Channel, is that ?.rm-j numerous, cannot Miss Bennmgton, I. mitely lace the decimation of tlieir: clir.-i j v- IT ranks, which has marked this tho 1st- n t SIT...... est phase of the great campairn. j wSrn 111 1 IV Par nearly a waek now this tripart-1 -Ulss "at.niuai m. i. Ite combat has rarjed with unsbsted between forces in to the present iim-s so equal in Ktrsngth that the fronts have swayed back and forth without either beinn able to register a decisive victory. That' the 'slaughter in .these terrific efforts to break Miss Stpu-art, I............... through the opposing transit Mr. Phillips, II.-V........... cands anything heretofore seen in this j cam'palgn, is admitted on froth-sides. Total Nevertheless, neither the terrible Total No. effect of the long range Eriiish navnl .__________________ guns'over flat lands offering no natural al defensive positions, r.or the en-! c> v v slaughta of the Allied forces on has yet succeeded in stemming thai ''hacking through" tactics of tile Gsr-> FLKETWOOD Miss Birch, V................... Mr. Braauow VII. i- VIII. Total TKefleraldWantac I'd Introduce you to household that takes a re In .jltif ocrvant wsjes ,'and h'eu'i 31 31, 33 1 3-1 29 32 oG 31 222 322 36 SI 7S 15S3 1503 INDIAN TROOPS NOT ENGAGED YET rnaris. GERMANS REPORT ADVANCES 4K from the German for authority forth? headquarters, dated October 23, says: Eiatement that the Indian "On the Yssr canal yesterday we troops, which Great Britain has gamed -successes.- To the couth brdugttt toHhe-eoutiueat-have Dixmunde our troops advanced. To the west of LiM-3 our attacks successful. We took possession of j several viliagesi '-'On the resi; of the western front i Is generally quist. "In the eastern theatre of the war, the. Russian attacks near West Atig- ustbwo have been repulsed. We cap- tured several machine guns. Is no .definite news from the southeastern field of the war." not yet been engaged jn the fighting, though their early participation is expected. Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. Full infonnation re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. B.. MITCH SL.L C. P. Agent, Lethbridge.- Or write R. DAWSON, District PassengeK Agent, Calgary. "Dob" Niven, the popular C. P. R. ICiviirillil. OH, la Da Faresi A'llsr. WANT ADS.. _ VVords, 25 inss'rtlo'n. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE .PAID IN ADVANCE-, LANU FOR SALS FOR W. M Sec. 2S-2-12 W. of the 4th for Further infor- mation, write E, H. Olson, Soda Creek B. C. Their helpless women and innocent; chrfdren who make, .rely or act upon j pernicious claim that the sericus'; diseased condition of alcoholic or nar-j drug poisoning is "ONLY A. VICIOUS HABIT." support of this says J, B. Bruce, "I refer to tlis medical and scientific history ot tb? Tvorjd aad: the bitter experience of manMnd 'whicii proves that the poison j of Drink or Drugs retained in tfae'sys- i tern causes disease and untimely oealn j. Do your duty to self, relative, or h friend. The Ntal Treatment eliroia- Btea the poicon rrom the feyatem, cre- ates a loathing for ilguor or "drug? and soon restores normal mental and i eoiwhtfons. For fuUlnfolmatlon call or arlflress The NeAl Institute, 13th Avenue West. Calgary; Phone W4525. W NEAL FOR 10 aero garden tracts, full water right, the best and telegraph messenger 610Eest to the cit-v; these tracts n- Ure worth two hundred dollars per ascribe.! to acre, to close thebi out quick we arc ti'R brotheruood oi youngsters oi amhitioh and ingenuity, and- his latest inientioa has already attract- ed -the' attention of the police. From bunch of wheels and wood and S' con: BOARD AND SOO.'1I that The in the matter is on the maiden'yoyase .without a police" say-he'.will to'git an automobOe licc-nseV so "-the j: vehicle can lay. claim to thpt. title, j -The machine once "or! .oft the s treat still. it. op-! .eration is a- ,of dust and smoke. It lias at-- teution anti favorable cpraineiit, and' is veritably classed as a "rival ox Barney Qldfield's speediest i Chief Skelton saj-s he will allow Boh to run if he lights and discretion as "to for the leinainder of "the year without a! license. L j Frsnk Lodge, a C. P. was assistant erecting engineer, and! has -teen" appointed to position ol mechanician. Of; All Kinds Trassfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds tSITUATIONS WANTED an KngHsh woman housekeeper's placo where she couKl httvu (imiKlittir (18 years.) Trustworthy nnd rollablo. Apply Mrs. S., Box 19. Spring Coulee. WAN1 respectable young man, single, Protestant, good habits, de- sires situntlon tit any general work; fairly mtcilHgent. Address C. 0. D., Vulcan p: 0., Alberta. Professional Cards OSTEOPATinc 'PHYSICIAN VACANf general seivant Apply Mrs.M. Rose, 124-1 4th Avenue Smith. ___________ ana women to lenrn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make big noaoy; catalogue and terms tree. Molcr Barber College. 604A Contro Calgary. Business Opportunities sales manager and gents to sell special War Supplement Thicli is meeting with wonderful sue- ess in Eastern Canada. Good profit seats. Apply, Aderatt sales Pro- notion Co. of Canada, Boi'd Building. Vinnipeg, Man. TO RENT