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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO wiiy not buy yourself it homo in kethbridge the solid city in Southern Alberta? 1 have a number of strictly modern bungalows in first-class re- pair always rented and nil conveni- ently located In the best central resi- dential district that I will sell cheap. (elections can be made so that purchas- er could reside in one and rent to good advantage one or two others on the same property according to those se- lected, an Investment like this is posi- tively permanent besides giving ymir family an opportunity of having a home in the city and your children a chance to attend high school. Abso- lutely clear title given to all my prop- erties and no inflated values. It you are interested correspond or call on the owner, Fred Eowuor, Victoria Mansions, Lethbridge. Alberta. K NOTICE Kiudly take notice that the restaur- ant business formerly carried on by Hop Kee. at Grassy Lake. Alberta, has ,been sold to Lang Cow. and all per- sons having claims against said Hop Kee are requested to collect same from Lang Gow before October 30th. 1916, on which date balance of money due will be paid to Hop Kee. No debts owing by Hop Kea will be paid after October "30th. Hop Kee. Lang Gow. Sheep Lambs Sheep and Lambs will be for- Sale at MAPLE CREEK, SASK. Commencing at 10 a.m. on October 20, 27. 1916 2700 1000 BLACK AND WHITE FACE EWES BLACK AND WHITE FACE EWE LAMBS All from best pure-bred Ox- ford and Leicester bucks. oO pure-bred and grade bucks. AH from well known range. To be in lots to suit purchasers. TERMS ARE CASH For further particulars apply to M'. M. FLEMING, Maple Leal- Hotel, Auctioneer, or G. S. HERRINGER, Maple Creek. FOR SALE 1 Stock Cows 3-7 YEARS OLD RAISED' ON THE MACKIE RANCH ENQUIRE OF A. H. MAYLAND Livestock Commisaion Merchant Alberta Stockyards, Calgary Phones: office 'E5301 Residence W1139 P. 0. Drawer "S" Ottawa, Oct. the delegation on the high cost of living yesterday Hon. Mr. Crothers, minister ot labor, who acted as chairman, stated that necessities In Canada had increased 17 per cent since the war began, but this was less than any belligerent ami with one United than in any uyu- tral country. Hon. Mr. Rogers- replied for the government. He snid the cabinet KP- j predated fully the Importance of the 1 question. N'o one on the deputation. he said, had placed a (Inger on the direct cause of the present conditions. He spoke of the war and its influence. Tho government, Hon. -Mr. Rogers said, was willing to co-operate with the municipalities, ami was prepared i to take responsibility and place its power in the hands of any person or I persons who could nut a finger on the cause of the situation. Remove the Duties George Richardson, of Kingston, de- clared that it is the duty of the gov- ernment to endeavor to correct the situation which has arisen. It was for the government to suggest a remedy and protect itself auil the people. H. J, Pettypiece. representing the United Farmers; of Ontario, said that the only solution of the problem is increased production, and the only way- to increase production is to de- I crease the cost by decreasing tasa- tion. He advocated a revision of the 'tariff designed to release the agricul- tural industry of taxation. Adam Shortt. on behalf of the Na- tions! Council of Women, declared that the household income of mauy families does not exceed 5900 a year. Mothers of such iiimmes cannot be expected to bring up strong children j or. such incomes. The government should make an earnest effort to con- serve child life in this country. (jg Get Cown to Facts james Simpson, on behalf of the Trades and Labor Council, advocated I n direct method of getting at the situ- j ation. He suggested that the govern- j rnent at once ascertain the amount i of produce in cold storage plants. j There was no desire to have the ernment act on false information. It i possesses the power to secure all the I information necessary to justify ac- I tion, and this shoald be taken prompt- Mayor Bpiilby, of Brampton, advo- cated the immediate suspension of the duties on wheat, potatoes, etc., be- cause the price of bread and potatoes is lower in the United States than.in Canada. Hijh .Profits of Millers Mayor Stevenson of'London, said that the farmers and1 people of the country did-not look with equanimity .on-the fact-that milling companies af- attending to all their indebted- ness are paying profits of 25 per cent. LOST AND FOUND THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, Itllfl Hlackstbno tire. 31x4, be- tween Lethbridge and Coaldale Liber- al reward. Baalim Motor Co. 26M owned by Gordon, Ironsides Faros., Limited, ranging on Blocd Reserve: left rib; left hip; left rib; 76 loft hip. Any one having or seeing any strays carrying above brands will please no- tlfv A. C. Nash, Spring Couloe, Altu. 251-24 cow with two calves, one black and one red; cow has daub of green on right hip. Reward for same by phoning Ii-302. 262-6 bay gsiding. white spot off fore coronet, white hind legs, cged S vears. Branj :1 C P. shin.O right side of neck, not very plain. Hoof number A 148. A liberal reward "-HI be given for return of horse or Information leading to whereabouts. J. L. Thometz. C. P. H. Colony. errand boy; wages a month. Apply Thaell the Tailor. girl lor gen. erol housework. Apply l-'59 Ave. general ser-ant. Small family. Apply Mrs. Salmon, IzOU 515.00 REWARD Brocket! and Mac leod. on the 17th, two Firestone brand tires one new, the other old. Size 33-4. Receive reward by delivering to Am erlcan Hotel, Macleod. 263-0 16 or 18 years drive rig and" make himself useful around store. Apply B. J. Hill Co. 2S7-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR E. quarter of Section 5. Township 10, Range 19. raur and n'e half miles from Chin. If you are ooking for good unimproved farm and look this up. Special terms for ash. R. 0. Cassldy, Chin, Alia. 261-6 LAND FOR rarms nd unimproved tracts. 510 and 520 an ere. Improved and unimproved irri- gated fanss from ?45. Money to loan n improved farms at S% interest. N. 3. Peat fr. Co., Room 10, Macdonald ilock. Phone 570._______ FOR ale, 5 high grade Jersey cows with alves, 9 head registered Shorthorns, cows, 3 valves, .1. heifer, 1 bull; 2 earling Percheron {lilies, also pure red Barred Rock ohicks and 1 Fair- anks-Morse 4 h.p. gasoline engine. Vill also rent one-half section ranch with 35'tons of hay on place. W. H. Camehl, six miles south of Cardston. 263-6 Fi Paris, Oct fighting in the bend of the Cerna on the Macedo- nian front has resulted favorably to the entente forces, according to to- day's war office announcement. The Bulgarians counter-attacked in strong force, but were the Serb- ians, who inflicted heavy losses on the attacking troops. For Sale FOR: eight roomed house. No. 542 5th eor- neVfitii-Avenue.-' Hot water .heating, gas in building. Four large bedrooms, clothes closet, for each bedroom. Par- or, dining room; large halliarid kitch- n, full sized basement, cement; floor. Jecently. painted- Fine large veran- ah across east and north 'side of miiding. Large lawn with hedge and hade trees. Sarage with cement floor and pit. Large plastered room above, ost J700 Will sell either two or four ots. Apply to C. W. Gray, S10. Fifth St. S. Phone 761. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COALC.O._D PHONE Turner WitcheU Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. GERMAN REPORT .Berlin, Oct. launched British and French forces against German positions between Le Sari in the Soinme re were repulsed Sunday witi sanguinary losses, says an officla statement'Issued today by the Germar army headquarters. On the north hank of the :Somme the tremendous artillery battle' was continued Sun day. 'Pasadena, Cai., has a club whici admits no member under 70 years old MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and WORK YOU Auction Sale of 36OO High Grade Sheep Wednesday, Oct. 25th; '16 of Natural Resources Pacific Railway Company, Will Offer .by. Public Auc- ition, at.the Ready Made Farm Col- 6nyr 15 Miles East of Lethbrldge, Alberta. .440 Shearling, high grade, Shrop- shire and Suffolk l.Ovj 3-year old cross-bred Down and .Merino ewes; 450 4-year- old cross-bred Down anc Merino ewes; 400 Shearling, high Shrbpshires and Suffolk wethers; 690 high grade Shropshire and Suffolk ewe lambs; 570 high grade Shropshire and Suffolk wether lambs; 23 pure-bred Shropshire rams; 10 pure-bred Suffolk rams; 1 pure bred Oxford ram. Females will be offered in lots o 50, wethers :in lots of 300- This flock is of very high quality The average clip this season was 8% pounds, and the wool when offered a the Annual Wool Sale at Calgary in July netted over .f Pedigrees furnished for all pure-brec rams. Cash on delivery of stock Sale will commerce at one o'cloci sharp. full Information apply to J. O Rutherford, C. M. G., Superintenden of Agriculture and Animal: industry Department of Natural Resources, C PJ Railway Co.. Calgary, Alta., or J. W Durno, cor. Fifth 8t. and Fourth Ave East'-Calgary, Alta. 'iunch.served at 12.30. "Auctioneer: J. W. Durno, H.' Calgsiry, Alta Lethbridge Monumental and Git Stone Works DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. H. Freight PHONES: oniu fill to learn the dry goods business. Permanent position and splendid opportunity. Apply to Clarke OR acres irrigated land V' miles south-east of city. A snap or cash or easy terms. White L. Snow- Co. in, City. 262-8 LANDS FOK half f section 11-10--2L', West of the -Hli I Across road allowance from Chi- ook Collieries. Price J35.00 per acre. Vill allow purchaser commission. For erms apply to W. C. Simmons. 2101 Oth Street W., Calgary. for balance of thiji year, one with ex- perience In. law office preferred. Pros- iiect of permanent employment. Apply t once to Eos 50, Herald. "OR acres of fine level and. half a mile N. E. of city limits. )nly 10 minutes walk to C. P. R. No. Collieries. The Royal Collieries spur rack runs along the west side. Har- ieville school half mile west of pro- erty What offers? Address 111 4th treet S. 260-6 FOR. acres raw land, N.W. luarter section 20-9-21. This property s on the east side of 13th Street N, pposite No. (i mine and is perfectly evel. Intending .purchasers should ook this property over before buying- .pply to C. W. Gray, 310 Fifth Street Classified Ads 25c. an insertion for twenty-five words or less. Six in- sertions for the price of four. Must be paid in Advance PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATIONS VACANT general ser ant. Apply Box 23 Hcrald.____j39 capable maid. Apply Mrs. G. B. .McKay, 624 13th St. 3. 266-0 839-0 roadster In good condition. Extra tire. Price reasonable. Aooly J. L. Thometz, 0. R. Colony. Coaldale, Alta.______________2U4-0 FOR hundred Merino ewes tor sale. Can see same at Chin address. Pick-Two Stook Co., Ltd., Chin. Alta. '.'I 5th Ave. S., phono 1162. 260-6 ?OR (Steck) in line condition Has a splendid tone. Original cost J900. Will sell piano and 46 rolls well selected music for fGOO. Apply Box 48, Herald. 200-6 old, to FOR organ. Just like new, for quick sale. J32.00. Mason Risoh. Limited, Balmoral Block. 256-0 boys.-Every op- portunity given to learn telegraphing. Apply C. P. R. Telegraphs. 262-0 FOR runabout, first class condition. if sold at once. 1259 6th Ave. S. Phone 1162. stenographer with good education. Permanent position. Apply Box 37, Herald. 213-0 FOR horse, weight about 1000 Ibs. Apply 1428 6th Ave. N. 262-6 c: 261-0 [fass stenographer FOR buggy and harness. Apply D. Brown, Commerce. jjj-6 'OR 4c Rlsch piano, in mahogany finish. Was SoOO.OO for quick ?325.00. Customer may make lie terms. Mason Rlsch, Ltd., Bal- moral Block. 255-0 experienced man and wife to live on ranch during winter. Services to commence at once. Good wages. Apply Mark H. mond, Alta. FOR good farm team of geldings. Weight about Ibs. Would exchange one good horse for oats. Apply C. S. Farrow, co. Leth- bridge Laundry Co., Ltd. 355-0 once young man as general assistant in meat and provis- ion store. Must be used to hort-es and have knowledge of meat business. W. M. Glasgow. Commerce, Alta. Phono 206-0 FOR Touring Car, 191G model In excellent condition. Inspec- tion invited. Price ?400.00 cash. Apply Jas. W. Boulton, 523 6th. St. S., phone 1205, Lsthbridge. 263-6 general servant at once. Apply 750 7th. Ave. S. 265-6 capable maid, two only in family. Apply in evenings between 7 and S. S48 14th St. S. 26S-2 FOR small hunch of young cattle. Apply 1S23 Sth Avenue North, Lethbridge. 265-6 girl or woman for clean- ing, pressing and repairing. L. Sheln- ker, 110 5th St. 6.__________ 265-1 school student de- fcires employment from 4 to 6 daily. Can give whole day Saturday. Highest Box 25. Herald. 265-3 TO -rooms, steam heated. Well ventilated. Apply 40C Brodie Block. 4th Ave..S. SHEPHERDS 'WANTED three exper- ienced sheep herders for large sheep ranch east Calgary. Highest wages paid" and permanent position for good men. Apply, by letter to P. p. Box 707, Calgary. capable general ser- vant lor small family. Apply Mrs. T. J. Simons, 120 14th St., S. .263-0 W for housework. Family of fire to town ol Nobleford. Write C. 8. phone Rural 2108 Lethbridge or No. 13, Nobleford._____________.- 36S-0 and women to learn barbel-ing. Wages paid while learning. Positions guaranteed. Write for' free Illustrated catalogue. Moler College, 604 A Centre St., Calgary. 203-30 pay per acre for burning weeds, and fall plowing. 110 acres, 3 miles from CoaldSjle. Must be done before freezing up. Communicate with J. L. Thometz. 3. Phone 761. 266-0 FOR 39 to 43 inclusive, Jiock 9 Gardstdn-Whitney subdivision. This is choice residential property and s close to -the Tabernacle .being built at Cardston. Apply to C. W. Gray, 310 TO house two mln- utea walk from business part of city. Apply Dallas Hotel. 261-6 'ifth St. S. Phone 761. 285-0 FOR 32, Block 3, Barons. This property is "situated on the main street. There is a one "storey frame miiding on this property, size 24x40. Vow used as a general store paying per year rent Apply to C. W rray, 310 Fiftli Street S. Phone 761. 265-0 TO 3-room shack a car line. Apply 1706 6th Avenue FOR south 25 ft., of lots 8 to 11, :block 31, No: "310 Fifth Street S. On this property there Is a one storey frame building, 25x90 full size basement. One of the.most desir- able business locations in the city. The above property' will be sold for a small cash payment down, the balance spread over a term of years to suit purchasers, interest charged at'the rate of Immediate possession can be given to any of the above proper- ties with the exception of Barons which is under lease. For further par- ticulars apply to C. W. Gray, 310.Fifth Street S. Phone 701. Voters' List City of Lethbridge The Voters' List for the City o Lethbridge is now on view st the City Clerk's. Office, also at the following places: The City Assessor's Office. The store occupied by J. A. John ston, 13th Street North, and on appll cation to H.--Monrii, Secretary Trades and'Labor Council; Where application forms lo'have names put on may also be had and filled in. TENANTS No on Vet aa application muit fee made every year. Tenanta can only set on Votera' List by application. Do it now All applications to have; names added to list must be made on or be fore October 26th, -J. RIJSSEUL- OLIVER. :Hj, 4cting City Clerk Joaldale. 264-0 TO RENT FOR FOR Weber' very little used, 3V6 inch wide tread. Running gears complete with brake. SS5 cash. N. C. Tregloan, Wrentham. 259-9 FOR good cows, chean [or cash. One due to calve beginning cl January, the other one dun to calve latter end of January. Apply 720 Street, N.____________________SH-C FOR immediate sale, half section irrigated land, one mile north of Coaldale. per acre. cash, balance 5500 per year with 7% interest. N. B. Peat Co., 10 McDon- ald Block. Phone 570. 265-0 FOR Cocker puppies, (Sire 26 1 red dog, 5 weeks old; 1 black bitch, 7 weeks old. Both are bench puppies and the right strain for bird dogs. Enquire phone 528 or E. J. Koen._________________________263-6 FOR good delivery horse, about 1100 Ibs.; one. delivery waggon, practically new, and one set of hand- made harness, which has been In use only a few weeks, at a snap. Also one second hand buggy and an old delivery rig for sale cheap. Call 621 6th Aye. A., S., or pbone 1724. MASSAGE MEDICAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holmes graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Institute, .Medical Massage and Qymnastioa Elec- trical Vibratory and Therapeutic Light' Treatments, Electrolysis1 and Shampooing.' Treatments given by appointment only. Boom 1. Hull Blk. CHIROPRACTORS________ SMITH A Smith June B. you are alck nnd want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. ;Consul- latlon free. Office In reildence, 903 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bak- ery, hours 9.30 to B; 7 to 9. Phone 1677, H8-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Ma- ternity Home. 1224 7th Avonuo South. Phono 746. Home Herbal Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All commun- ications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 10th St. South. 218-20 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kulsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established Painters In Lethbrldgo Rel. Phone 1472; office phone 17G2, Sherlock Leth- bridge. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Slli Stieet S., Lethbridge. Hours: Day School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.31) to 4 p.m.. Office open till 5 p.m.: Night School, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses In book- keeping, stenography, and practical English. Business phono 1315, Res- idence phone 1531. 228-0 FURRIER fur work, remodelling cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott, Higiribotham Block, next city offices. 233-0 WELDING OXY-ACETYLEME WELDING Tho modem method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If It's metal we CM weld it Tho piece will be atnniMl where It is welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 6th Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 264-0 MISCELLANEOCS_WANTS passenger Ford. Ap- ply Box 32, Herald.____________264-2 fur coat, size 40. Apply Box II, Herald.________________364-2 Magic Washing .Crystal il having a phenomenal sale here and 1 need a couple of represent- atives to supply customers regularly. One good article this. Apply Box 43, and Forglngs welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R. Bossert, Box 369. 196-0 SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Woik donR. B, G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians L..D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Hlglubotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING 8. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 661. lidence 284 7lh Ave. B.. Phone 117C, Open day and night Y. Funeral Director. 853 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. LEO M. or the Art of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated teacher of Uie New York School of Music and Arts, flew York, and Selgel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago. Alac preparation for Can- adian Free voice trial. Studio Room 1, Lethbridge Conserv- atory ot Music. Phone 765. Resi- dence phone 1242. 226-0 MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, oj puplla entered (or the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London, Eng. Thli year 100 per cent, were successful 623 Sth street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over. ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board Keyboard, scale ladder, lating board, etc. Studio 1826 6th Ave. A. South. SINGING MRS. H. H. of Singing. For particulars apply to 1265 6th Ave. A. S. 245-0 AUCTIONIIM W. l_ Previnoial and City Licensed Auctioneer. In- lending selling their farm stock and Implements, it will be to yoar In- terest to consult me as to termi, ete. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 6th Ave. North. FRANK and valuator. Sales of all kinds con- ducted In town or Province. Best results guaranteed. Established in Lethbridge 1907. Office 414 Fourth Avenue S. 31S-0 DRESSMAKING MISS 1 MacDonald Block. J29-28 FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes In par lots or less. See us before buying or sell- ing. Established ten years. We ara in touch with the markets. P. O. Hyde Co., Phone. 1244. 220-0 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDQ, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Manigira) Rttldtnee 366. Accountant's residence 1713. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. All hay paid for In full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will klek yourself for not selling your hay to us. Why not now? HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N. Chartered Acadia Building, 3rd Ave. Lcthbrldot. Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Everything in Accountancy, Au- dits, Investigations, Books kept. or written-up for Pirui and Partnerships. J SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Resident ROBT. J. RITCHIE PATERION, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) tSUPPLIES ALL IMDUO Uf TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzic Co PHPNE 417 711 ird'Avt "I y I'-'c :j ;