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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE TWO THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, QCTOBER 27, 1914 more necessary than was it more profitable to read German Reinforcements CONTINUED-FROM FRONT' PAGST with warships at their hacks, have dug j themselves in wherever practicable, while' throwing out every obstacle to Impede the enemy. Whether Germany can drive her torces like a ram through the Allied harrier is a task the result of which chould decide the success or failure of her plan to reach Calais, and from there set in motion a long cherished scheme to harass England. On the other hand, the failure of the Ger- man forces to progress vigorously probably would 'mean another retreat. Judge Thomas Moore Benson was presented with an oil painting of kim.- self by the Bar Association of Nor- thumberland and Durham. ISSK "Prologue end 1st Instalment Sfarhind Tonight Dr. Morse's Indian Root are nude according to a formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indians, and learned from them by Dr. Morse. Though repeated at- tempts have been made, by physi- cians and chemists, it has been found impossible to improve the formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Piiis area household remedy through- out the world for Constipation and all Kidney and Liver troubles. They Bet promptly and effectively, and Cletinsa the Syo4eE> I Iii (lie Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dist- rict of Lethbridge WILLIAM' REX; VIRTUE, .Plaintiff, and-' s HENRY'WILLIAM MAROUARDT and CHARLES A. CARDWELL, ''Defendants. PURSUANT to .the Order pi His Honour Judge Jackson, there .will'bo sold u'Hh the approbation of the.Loral Juiijo of this Honourable Court on Edmonton. Oct. William-! Saturday, the day o[ November. J McXamara ami Alderman James 1914. at the. hour of Twelve- oclircki East have been disqualified by at tho. Court Ho'jss iu. t.'io City-, ticc Ives, who has given his decision of LethDriiige in the .Province ot in the case of Aloxaadcr Livingstone Lena, t.'.e following .lands: vs. tlic mayor and Akii-raan East.' TImt portion Lot Eight (S) dcclarins that n.avor's oHico and Block according to a plan of tl that nf'Aldonnan Kast have legally City of Lethhrldgs in tho 1'rovinco I been vacant since April 2S, 1911. Alberta, of record in thu Laud litl< I fonnhiK oi the Edmonton Ad Office for tho South Alberta Lai (club without "incorporation, v.ith tlio District as 'Let! mayor as a niemtcr and a subscriber more' particularly describe land the city coun.-il oati-ring into an as follows: Ives Unseats Mayor of Edmonton TheHeraiaWantad. boy-says: I'll ask thousands of pen- plo If they have found lielrloom or jswel that you havo n; I SITUATIONS WANTED man. Apply Stow aid, .Letibrldgo Hotel. TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Eat (ess meat if you feel Backachy or Bladder troubles is fine for Kidneys. Meat forms uric acid with" the Ad club ior mw .t _ latter to bore a pas For the c ty, J formed the grounds f0r the suit. Jis-i i tice Ives submitted a jidg-j j ment disqualifying tie mavor. and on i sheet declares James j'disqualified.. The in ihe IMS. j of the mayor reads 1 "No person should b-e or become member oi aav'-municipality who can- I not give a (iismtprested vote on a j matter ci dispute that may arise. Ii I his judgment may te clouded by self- interest in a matter oi contract he! shd'jld not be or become a member j of the council." TO LOOK AFTER .RELIEF AT FERNIE Ferule, B.C., Oct. Commencing at the North West corner -of said lot, thecca East along Uie North .uouiiaary .oifSHifl lot diliance of One Hundred 'i Tect. thence South and psr- to ths Norili boundary of sauI loi. a distance of One Hun- dred and Twenty-five (125') feet, thence West and parallel with tho Southern bouniJr.ry or say lot a distance of One "Hundred feet to the West boundary of said lot, thence North along tho West boundary ot said lot a distance oi One Hundred and Twenty-nvt) (TJo') lost to the place of begin- ning. Subject to the reservations con- tained In the existing1 Certificate of Title. The land is said to be situate on j Third Avenue South in the said citj and overworks the kidneys in Sp0nse to tiie caU made by Mayor Of Lethbridge, ami situate i efforts to filter n irom the system. Gate5 through too local press, met to bs a One and one-half store} Regular eaters of meat must flush the the city hali vestordav afternoon, and j frame Double House with Six room Sidneys occasionally., You must re- lieve them like pou relieve your bow- els: removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a chill misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and the iveather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to eel up two or three times during the night To neutralize these irritating acids end flush off the body's urinous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from" any "pharmacy; take a table- _SBppnful.._in..a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous salts is made tram the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia. after inany suggestions and much dis- cussion, the meeting appointed a com- mittee oi 19 representative citizens of the to'ivn to devise methods of col- lecting funds for the aid of local needy nebple during the winter, these funds to bo administered through the city the committee and the Ladies' Benevolent soclsty. Dr. John Bar- ber was made chairman of the meet- ing and of the sslect committee nineteen. SHOT AN AGED PRIEST Pas de Calais, France, Oct. aged Abbe Bcgaert, CUP? of Pardelles, near Hazebrouck, has been shot by the Germans because he was unable to give them the of his belfry from which they wished to make observa- tions. He told tbsm quite truthfully tbat mobilized, bad Hav- his verger, on being and has been used for generations to taken the key away with him. ing buffeted him cruefiy, they ed him off and shot him' f ariinvith. and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent llthia-water DEATH dfinfc which millions of men and wo-i ke now and then, thus avoiding OF AGENT cQpt NBW BRUNSWICK "Oc'L Augustus Boeder serious kidney and bladder diseases. agent in London, of the province of Sold by J. D. Hlglnbotham and Brunswick, died suddenly at .his resi- dence at FinBbury from heart trouble. ELY'S GREAil BALM "OPENS CLOGGED i 1VOSTKILS AND GOES Instantly Clears Air Passages; You Freefy, Nasty Discharge fe'f ;Stops, Head Colds and Dull Head- "-ache Vanish. trila; penetrates and heals the in- flamed, swollen membrans which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty air.charges and a" feeling of cleansing, little in the nostrils relief comes immediately. '.and-, instantly your clogged nose and i Don't lay to-night struggling. :air passages of the head i for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils small "bottle anyway, just to and Bath in each part, and also a Tw Storey Frame House with Eigh Rooms and Bath; both houses are said to be fully modern. This property will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid whicl has been fixed by a Judse, and sub ject also to two existing Mortgages against the said land. Terms and per centum in cash, and the balance with in Thirty days after sale, with interest at eight per centum per annum. Particulars and Conditions of sale may bs seen at the offices of Malcolm Young, Auctioneer, and POAPST VIRTUE, Leth'bridge, Alberta, Plaintiff's Solicitors. J. A. Jackson. Ad. No. B. CITY OF LETHBRIDGS IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE I have impounded in the east'pound, at-the City of Lethbridge, since Oc- tober 19th, one dark bay gelding, agad, reached, fore top; branded Z on left hip. JOHN SKELTON, Pound Keeper. ;wIiL; open; you will 'breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear! By or ei'tarrlial'sbre throat will be gone. 'ijKid misery now! Get the snjaJrTwttle Cream Balm" at This" bajin the heat of the nos- cloaed, and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, withjts running mucous dropping Jnto the throat, and raw- dryness is distressing, but truly needless. .Put your "Ely's. :ir.d yonrcold or'cataiThi TfiJI surely disappear. Martin's Baggage Transfer 1 and Promp: Accurate, The-Minute on strong bond paper; tables giving strength of the armies ----id navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of real interest. sending in renewal subscriptions fm- 3 to The Lethbridge Daily Herald. or "T" .The'very first thing to.- do when you've lost any- thing, or found any article of value, Is to send word to the Warts'. Dt Forest PorfcT.) E5 Words, 25 cents En Insertion... Six incsrtlcns for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR Road, bl 5i, north side, between oth and 6th, 2 lots, -pair, or terras Box 3 Herald. 26 FOR 24, north V- lot 25 and couth 10ft lot 83, block L. 'Plan [9S3-R; price ?30D. Terms Cor quick iale. Lots 17 and IS, block 3, Alex- ander Add., price ?300 for pair. Terms sals. B. Peat Co., 'hoao 570. llacdonald Blk. NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The partnership existing between Im Sing and Wong" Fob ia the B. C. ;ate. May Butte, Alta.. is from this ay dissolved. The said business wili e carried on by Wong Foo only. WOJsO FOO. HIS PAGE GOES TOJRRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK .NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME_..DAY AS OR- DERED. i. Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office Office Stables 1163 462 1664 of any kind iby spoctablo womim. Dor 1C HeruUI of- respectublo yonniv man, single, I'rotestnut, good habits, do- sires situation nt any general work; fairly intelligent. Address C. O. D., Vulcan P. O., Albertfc L SITUATIONS VACANT young woman with a little time at her disposal moriiing and eveniiiSi niny htivc her room auil board for the mistress. En- quire at S12 onl Ave. S. WAN T unchil and expert accatmtaut can devote some time daily to any 'busicoss not Imvinj? sutfltleat work to employ such a man full time. Apply Box 39 Herald of- fice. ana women to learn Baruer Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates mako big money; catalogue and terms free Moler Barber College, 604A Centre St., Calgary. Professional Cards fOSTEOPA'fmC PHYSICIAN on. L. B. of Co loge Physicians 'and "Surgoonj, A baric. 8uit8 SUMS. Sherlock Blue Phono 1414. MASSAGE: SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- K. M. Holme graduate, of tho Pennsylvania Orthi paedlc Institute, Medical Massag and Gymnastics, Electr cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Ligh Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham pooing Treatments given by ap poiutinent only. Room 1. Hull Bill PKIVATE HOSPITAL TO HENT TO RENT 7-roomed house, fully mod- ern, in first class order, per "month. See Pagnuelo or Phone 543. TO elegantly furnish- ed rooms in the Whitney Block. Now mder new management. Can be liaO rov. 1st. TO modern storey and half house, NO. 1607 7th Ave. S. Five ooms and bathroom, full size cement asement; per month. Apply 151G th Ave. or 326 6th St. S. TO modern furnished louse, cheap. Apply 619 14tli Street Jouth, TO comfortable and teat three-roomed house with coal ellar on car line; partly furnished If esired. Apply after 5 p.m. to 1706 th Aye. S. 'Q houses, one fully modern, 7 rooms, 339 16th St. N., S15 er month; 5 rooms 415 llth St. S., 13 per month. Apply 423 llth St., Irs. K. Burgess. in fully modern ouse, close in; ?8 up; also barn suit- ble for garage or store room, cheap entai. Call mornings or evenings, 34 6th St. South, Plione 441. 0 a month will secure a even roomed- fully modern uouse gas, near car line, for winter, pply Box 45 Herald. OR now occupied' Western Tjnsmitblng Co., firs; )or north of Herald. Ready now. pply at Herald office. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Hnarlem's Private Hospital and maternity Home. 1224 7th Avonuo South. Phono 74K. _________ ART EMBROIDERIES NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Fllmer Phono 7S3. 14th Aye. S. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed -Prices right. Mrs. E. J. Pannell Room 41. Dominion Bldg. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V M. Cherrington. Boarding school for girls and young boya. Bracing mountain' climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch- Ing from nature, prospectus. etc. Write for ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE 4. Co. Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. '706 Third Avenue South.________ FARM PRODUCTS J HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES 4 GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. The 'Lethbridge Wey- burn Co., Limited, Commission Mer- chants and Implement Dealers, 1262 1st. Ave. S., Lflthtaldge, Alberta. Phone 1173. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 16x10. Apply. 214 Avenue 'South. Miscellaneous for Sale O furnished S roomed ouse, conveniences, one lock from new post office, rent easy, house in splendid repair. W. H. AI.; Box 24 Herald or Phone 621. TO the .Connaught Man- two comfortable furnished bed- rooms.: hot and coldiwater in room, free use of community kitchen and laundry if re- J j quired. Apply, to .Victoria Mansions 'office, Sril Ave. S. Phone 636. BY EXPERT_ Estimates, for all kinds of heating: At our Ife-sy- Office and Showrooms Street South, Opposite I TO modern 7 roomed house, close in.' Wili -give lease for any length, of time; also one furnish- 'ed'room to let. Apply 313 6th Ave. A Standard Plomlino Co, S. KNAPMAN Phones: Office 6 1892. S. or Phone 720. ing. Binder rewarded on retii'irnfng sanie FOR SALE' Bids will be received for the sale and removal of the A. R'. I. buildings from the pro- pertT of The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Lethbridge. For all information, apply to Superintendent's Office. C. P. R. Depot, Lethbridge. MEDICAt W. a Surgeon, Accoucber. Hours p.m. Offlce Third Avauua Phonp 12C3. Oli- Sherlock liloolt. "eshienco 1206 Sixth Avocuo. hours 1142; 1-3; 7-8.30. Offlie phono ItMidonce '1090.' C, C. Sur- eeou, Accoucher. OSloe at realtlcnco corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9: 1-3; 7 to J_830.- Phone 12I1B. Eye, Nose and Jiiront; Dominion Building. Office hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; eveniuga hy nppoiutnieut Phones, ofrico S41, residence 593. Toi Dei j. Bryan Blocfc Phone 1071. DR. L. T. to Drs riXi Dnlrersily of Maryland. OIBce hoi'ra Blk. Phono 1103 Alta...... DRS MARR6 AND succeasors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clurp Hours: 9 to-6. Office, 'flie- jnbotham Block. Phono 374 OB. E. G. mem- Royal College of Surgeons Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) LiD.S -1900 9-12; L5. Omce: Post' OfflGP VIAVI COMPANY- (The Hcrhal System or Treatment eto-' Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally 10 to 4 Saturday, or by. appointment. rPR PIANO-Orlando Kay. 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer' 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate JIT. Assn. London.' England.. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. "SURVEYING" P. HAMILTON, Md Alberta Land Surveyor; Tfrlga. tlon ft Hydraulic Eaffineer. ndomi b ana 6. Whitney Block. P. O. Boi UFF at Ed- irarda. BjL.Sc.. Dominion am AI-' certa -Lana Doiiali1 A. Duff, Commercial blue Ing, clril enirlneerlnE and land -sm- vcylng. Suite 205 Sbertoct Bids. Alta, FOR good furniture in- cluding new piano, everything necus- eary here for furnishing two 6 room houses; will be-spld cheap. Call after 5 p.m. at 621 llth St. S. FOR for cash, a goat driving'mare, 6 years old; 1 cow and 16 fine turkeys; must be sold at once Wm. A. Coalhurst, south mine, FOR head of 2 year old heifers'-with' calves. Stock in Bros., Milk good condition. Smith River, Alberta. jiFUider; ijlc return to Herald oflice. Henderson Park, Sat- urday morning at 3.30, hunch of keys. Owner can have same at Herald of- fice by paying for this a'd. BOAKD AND ROOM TO room In fully i modern private house; hoard if de- sired. Rent reasonable. Apply' 64S Sth St. South. Very Low Fares in .connection with [prsiQiistollldCflontri Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. lAill information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from S. B. MITCHELL C. P. M. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. Or R. DAWSON, Qlttrlct Agent, Culgnry. FOR a. gootTl'ooin with ail modern conveniences, stcaro ehpwer oaths plunge, ?tc., apply y. M. O..A. SteaBisliiplicketlftlce SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Allan Line :Hoyai Mail -Steamers. French Lino to: Havre. White Star New York anu Canad- ian service... f .an Canadian Northern Mai) Steamers, DocaldRon Line to .Glasgow. Anchor. Line to Ooiinan Ijloyd. Hamburg American and all other Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct Bailing. Ant- ,verp and Hamburg coanoctloria, Czcr- monitz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental 130int3. v- Uuy your tickets where you ''ffet tralh. S. B. MITCHELL, C.LP. R. Ticket Agent, FOB head six month ok piss, ai ieeders; all black Poland China and Berkshires.' Brimhall Bros Eaj-mohd, AHa....... FOH SUM; timothy alfalfa mixture, timothy 515. Buy direct from the growers through their sales Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and 1017. Box 1858, Leth- bridge. 251 For Sal? or Exchange FOR gas stoves for coal range. Avenue South. Apply SOS Second Ox trade standard brei Registered Pacing.Stallion for cattle, sheep or work horaes. Address Box C, Monarch, Alia. TO heavy draft. well broken mares or geldings for, oats. Brimhall Bros., Raymond. LAND WANTED cheap unimproved Quarter. sections and half sections of land. We also have pro- positions to exchange. If you wish to exchango your property. see or write us. .IHinois-Alberta .Realty Co., Room 3, Lethbridge.. THE JURSING MISSION. Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all .medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the "cir- cumstances of. the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge." Graduate private duty I also' provided. For further piirtlc- ular's apply to tho Nursing Mis- sion 1414 7th Avenue South, Phono j