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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TWO THE LETHBR1DOE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1914 Neverwas good advertising The -Popular Pioneer Line Sailings Montreal Direct to Liverpool. s. S. 5TH 1 S. S. GRAMPIAN.......NOVEMBER 10TH' is. S. SCOTIAN.........NOVEMBER 17TH Direct to Glasgow. S. S. 7TH S. S. SCANDINAVIAN..NOVEMBER 12TH S. S. PRETORIAN......NOVEMBER 20TH Montreal Direct to London. S S SICILIAN.........NOVEMBER 10TH i! S. CCKSWTHIAN.....NOVEMBER 17TH Additional Sailings Will Be Advertised Later. For full information apply local agents or, R ALLAN, General Northwestern Agent, Winnipeg-'____ fSfhite Star-Dominion Line XMAS SAILINGS TO LIVERPOOL S.S. Date From MEGANTIC....NOV. Nov. 14. .Montreal ..NOV. 24.. Montreal Dec. 2. Deo. 3 Dec. 12. CANADA LAURENTIC ARABIC A'RABIC CANADA CANADA Dec. 13. FROJ! NEW YORK Portland Halifax Portland Halifax American Una every Saturday. White Star Line Wednesday. Annual Excursion Rates on the HOT, ;7 to. Dec. 31. Flans now opsn. Book early. "Any Railway or Steamship Agent W. M. MoLEOD, C.W.P.A., Main St. Winnipeg. FOR ALLOWING THINGS TO FALL TO STREET WHEN CON- STRUCTING TORONTO SKYSCRAPER Toronto, Oct. 31. Following lengthv argument in tho course of which'Mr. Justice Latchford express- ed himself on the infringement of the rights oi the common people, a line oi each was Imposed on the Dominion Bridge Co. and George A. Fuller Construction companv, found in the assizes of criminal ne- glect bj' letting things fall from the Koyal Bank building when it was in course of construction last May and June. _ Klnzeton, Oct. Goi- TO SCOTLAND' Low Rates. Good Service. One class (II) Cabin, to and from Glasgow 552.50 up. SAILING FROM MONTREAL. S. S. Athenia......November 10th .SAILING FROM HALIFAX S; S. Cassandra.....November 9th 'in information cheerfully fur- nished by authorized agents, or E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main St, Winnipeg. Fernie, Oct. tcni'nt-Colonel Joseph Aiaokay, Corn- manuins Officer oi the 107th regiment ;has received the list oi volunteers en- i oiled at the different company heaii- ijuarters in East Kootenay, and the names ioilow A Cumpany, 107th Hegiment, Fer- nie Corporal, Wm. Robinson E-am- and Privates Frank Blakemorc, ixinjaton, uui. lujv.i-. JaniEs Con-lean, George A. Crabb, don makes an.attack on the students Frank DOilson, James Mann, Hughie in the current issue of the Queen s Brown JIcKenzie, McL. Stan- Journal for'their slownuss m offering Morion -Herbert Oman, Harry themselves for military drill and m- Oui-'c Wm' Worthiugton, John structions. He declares there will be Grimshaw, James Ross, George Linn, ,o great demand tor trained men in Genr-o Stanley Morris, and Robert the summer, when ,-the college closed, W iiicton. :and that the students should volun- B Company, 107th Regiment, Fer- tcer Ior these classes oi instructions i nie C S. Cameron, H. W. so that they would be ready. Only s H. Carlsmell, G. Diugsdall, .J. Dings- about one-quarter oi the.students dall M. Gregory, W. S. Grant, M. have so far enrolled in these classes. Gruiidy, E. E. Hunt, T. Homer, J.' _________________ ;Hopwood, H. Jones, J. Lowe, RudinicKI anil J. A. iayior._ _ stating tnat during the winter a, i son, H. Mcazecol, R. Erskin, S. G 5OD( 11. iUCntCt.Ul, 11. ijtiiatUi -J- I George, R. D. Riplev, A. Stephens, I C WaV Tf> Color Sergeants W. Harrison, G. L. All OSV W 10 Xeaie and J.'Scott, Corporals 0. j -T Stop HeadRoises IN HEABT OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE In the centre cf thinfi-tacatnl and stores on both sides. Buildioc Bbolntel? concrete.itccl Wlti P" Bristow, T. Hames and A. Duncan, Lance Corporals P. Adlard and A. Hamilton, and Privates T. Delaney, P. Simms, B. Mulhern, A. Taylor, J. A. Fergufion and tJummer. E. Company.- Michel: Lieutenants T. G. Armstrong and SI. Lyons, Ser- -Morris and Kelly, Corporal Gregory, Lance Corporals Robinson Good Advice For Who Fear Deafness TheileraldWantad. boy says: r I'll thousands if Rle If they have found the elrloom or Jewel that you have lost i vary first thins to do when you've Ipljt any- thing, or found article of vxlue, Is to oend word to tho Wants. t Be Forest WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ROOMS WANTED ______j room board in modern house, close in, or furnish- ed room suitable for light housekeep- ing. Apply-Box >3 Herald. i dark bay mare, har- nessed, star on face, left hip down, in- distinct brand on left thigh. 55 re- ward for notifying Mr. P. Caudwell, SIS 13th SL South. Men and women who are growing h-jrd hearing and who emerience a j and Bailer, Privates a ng ot preasure against their j Gruickshanks, Miller, Jrums, Eccompanied by chell and Tolhurst. nimhlinir sounds in their heads like b hands. mos Entrainm? and tr.aBSpoiKjtion de- j complete or partial deafness and most 'tails teen arranged with the C. Moose Jaw, Sasfc, Oct. oi jtha first arrests oi aliens to be made in! this city was elected this morn- ing at the C. P. R. station -when one of'the 0. P. R. constables having a suspicion of the man, took him into custody. He was searched and a rack- et, through to German papers fouod on him. ___ captors that he was going home to fight against the British, and that sufficient lor the constable. IQ1.0 .--jdeaf people suffer from them" coh- P. R. through. Local Agent EtanUy Sometimeo these head noises and the boys will be given their send-1 Dccome so distracting and nerve rack- 65 and be leaving ior Victoria Sun- their never ceasing "hum" day morning. CITY A.ND DISTRICT .Mounted Police at Champion A detschment of the H.N.W.M.P. has heen established at Champion. Constable Bateman of Carmangay has been moved to Champion. Constable Frere, who was stationed at Carman- gay, two years ago, will take his place there. Mr. de Roussy de Sa'es. French con- :ched and a tack- 6U1 ior Alberta, wishes to remind ait my and other French families that, apart from L. He told his tne French government war allow- WOMAN'S MOST SUCCESSFUL MEDICINE Known All Ore: Ths World Only For The Good It Done. know of other mediant which hftsbeen K> successful in relieving, the Buffering of .women, or received io many genuine testimonials, as bus Lydta E. Pmkhana'i Vegetable Compound. In ouurly every commnmty you will fiha woitQenwhb have been restored to health by this famous medicine. Almost every woman you meet knows of the great jfofid it hits been doing among sui'- fering women for the past 30 years. Fox Greek, N. have always had in the abdomen and a weak- ness there and often after meala a sore- ness in my stomach., Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCom pound has done me much good. I am itronger, digfistion is better and I can work with ambition. I have lug, with their never ceasing "hum' they drive the sufferer almost frantic and complete nervous breakdown and even violent insanity have been known to result. Thanks to a remarkable scientific discovery made recently in England it is now possible to almost instantly lessen the severity of these head noises and IE a very short time to improves and very frequently can be restored to normal. This English treatment is known as Parmint and can be easily and safely self adminis-' tered at home. Leading druggists in LetlibrMge and vicinity now have it In stock. Get from your druggist 1 pz. Parmint (Double Strength) and mix it at borne with H pint of Hot water and 4 02. of granulated sugar. Stir until dissolved and then take one tablespoonful four times a day until the noises disappear and hearing Im- proves. Parmint is used double strength in this way not only to re- by tonic action; the inflamma- Uon" and swelling in the Biistachian To the French Families ance, they are also entitled to an al- lowance from tbe Canadian Patriotic Fund. These families should not con- Eider the help which is given to them by the Canadian Patriotic Fund as a charity; On the contrary, this allow- ance is due to th'em (as much as to the Canadian and English and no one should have any false pride to apply for it In: order to benefit from this allowance, for. the the necessary information they.-should apply to Mr. de Rouesy de. to the local branch of the Patriotic Fund. Pastor's Anniversary at'First'Baptist Exactly a year ago, Dr. Spencer farewelled after four months of work in the .First Baptist church, Leth- bridge. The present pastor, Rev. David Ross, -was on hand at the fare- well to take hold, of the work with- -fake a tablsspoonful oaf loss of time, and has spent a very hurts or Bladder hippy year among us. His relations forms uric acid, with his own people, and with the whole have been of the'most pleasant character. The on tube and thus to equalize the air pres- sure on the drum but to correct any excess of secretions in the middle ear and the results it gives are both re- markably quick and effective. MEAT INJURIOUS TO THE KIDNEYS of Salts if Back Melt We are a nation of meat eaters and our -blood is filled with uric acid, says year win be memorable for three ev- a weii-known authority, who warns us jnts that have .thrown their shadows t0 be constantly on guard against kid- sad disaster In the St. Law- rence River, tJbe mine explosion at Hillcrest, and Hie outbreak of the ney trouble. The kidneys do their utmost to free the blood .of this irritating acid, but present frightful wan On top of the become weak from eoe. n ese ccumsances e steadying and inspiring functions of gospel ministry are of far greater im- portance to the lite oi the community than people usually realize. And it is in the highest degree proper that in school unay scoo rally day at the First Baptist church, want presence tha m tuv worId. You csn Jrjb- Ktb tUt to ftfutc. "-Mrs. WrLLUM .a BdCsswn, FotCndc, N, B. Ptoklw Uhontny Lynn, HSOB.J sn weUinltif; hundreds of tkummfoof httara from women teek- Fin y op i iMr own ijgiuttnret that Uioy health by WHntf K. 'l CbmpMiid, nMl mpii, cf whom that it tvnt HMOI' i Monday and doubtless many lielr Yam some of the. gatherings. _______________ evening there will ba ah "encourage. i-wrisr .-aa? YSJS and S, A. REBEL. FORCE SCATTERED London, Oct. Reuter dispatch from Capetown, TJnion of South Afri- ca, says that General Botha, com- mander of the defence force, reports the rebel general Beyers' com- mandoes have heen scattered, and are not likely to re-unite. General Ileyers to M When your kidneys ache and feel like lumps of lead, and you have sting- ing pains In the or the urine is cloudy, full of BOaiment, or the blad- der is you to seek relief during the night; whsn ysu havo severe headaches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stom- ach or rheumatism In bad weather, get from pharmacist about four oun- ces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonfu! In a glass of water before breakfast each morning and In a few days your kidneys wili act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neutralize the adds In urine so It is no longer a source of Irritation, thus ending urinary and bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot Injure; Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1387 Careful and Prompt Service Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds 1163 PHONES Offlco Office StablM 462 1664 Gas FittMg BY Estimates for all kinds of heating. At our New Office and Showrooms 322 6th Street; South, Opposite Hepaid. Tiie .foiiierii Pfomling Co, S. KNAPMAN Phones: Office After 6 p.m. 1992.- TO six roomed modern house, 13th St. S.: 516 per month. Ap- ply to K. D. Johnson, Molsons BanK. TO single rooms, .ele- gantly furnished In-the Whitney. Blk. Now under new management. Apply Room 3. 6 room' modern bouse near car line, for rent cheap. M. P. Johnston Co., Alberta BJock, Phone 651. ______________ TO. roomed modern cottage at fe.7 12th St. S., is fenced and there is barn in rear. u month. Apply Palace Clothing Co., oth St. S. modern storey, and half house. No: 1607 7th Ave. S.. Five rooms and bathroom, full size cement basement; ?10 per month. Apply 1516 7th Ave. or 326 6th St SITUATIONS WANTED J first class accountant ot accounts for business not requiring u man's wholo tlmo. Pllbao or write Box 40 Herald. 272-7 SITUATIONS VACANT maid for general housawork. Apply corner 4th Av St. S. woman tor housework, to right party R t, .Wheeler, Phone 806. Box 207, city.. ana women 10 learn Barber Trade. Eight weeksireoulred; positions or locations secured soon ta competent; graduates make big mooey; catalogue and. terms free. Miler Centre St; .Calgary 7-roomed house, fully mod- ern In first class order, per month. Seo Pagnuelo or 'Phone 513. 268-0 HAIR COMBINGS may be left at 309 5th >Ave South and -bo made Into Switches and Curls at reasonable prices by Miss Ruth EDUCATIONAL J t'UKNISHHD of city, comfortable, nicely furnished and jasonable; rental to suit one or two. lies Smith. Room 3, Union Bank TO rooms for light nGUsellcopiEg in Dominion Blk. per month. Apply Saturday after S o'clock or any time Sunday, Room 74 Dominion Block. TO the Connaught Man- sions, two comfortable furnished bed- rooms, hob i and cold water in room, bath, every, .convenience; free use of community kitchen and laundry if re- quired. Apply to Victoria Mansions office. 3rd Ave. S. Phone 636. TO modern 7 roomed In. .Will give-lease for any length of time; also one furnish- ed room to. let. Apply 313 6th Ave. A S. or Phone 720. TO vacated, an eight- roomed, storey and a half cottage; modern, cement-abasement, furnace, itomi and screen windows, gas range mobile Apply to owner. E. TJ. R'y lands, 609 12th St. S. LAND WANTED nimproved quarter sections and half sections of land. also have pro- AND FOR a good room with a'l modern conveniences, steam heat, shower Oaths plunge, etc, apply t. M. o. A. ern rooming house; rooms up; also light housekeeping rooms; cheap rental. Inquire 534 6th St. S., Phone 441. Professional PHYSICIAN! OH. L. B. of Ool- OR. W. 8. hie Ptvsiclans and Surgeons, Al- surgeon. Accoucher. Hours _... _. p.m. Office 914 Iblrd Avenue. Phona 12CS. Lvscans an Suite SIMS. Sherlock :Bldg. Phone 1414._______________ MASSAGE Sherlock Block. Kesldeaco 1286 Sixth AVecue. Oltloa nd retail. All nriMfei F TY IN RESIDENCE PROPEBTY.FOR OLBAK LOTS WELL LOCATED ON WATER AND SEWEU. GIVE DES- CRIPTION AND VALUE OF PRO- PERTY AND STATE AMOUNT OF EQUITY. P. O. BOX 488, LETH- BRIDGE. OIL STOCKS in different companies to trade for real estate or live stock. "We trade everything." Wlttichen Real Estate CO., CaJgary, Alta. 271-5 SteaniBiiip Met .Office SAFETY. SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Paeifis Royal Msll Steamers Allan Una Royal Mail Steamers. t French Line tp Havre. White Sau service. Cunard Line, New York-and Canal- Northern Royal Mail Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to1 Glasgow. NVift'n (lerinnn Lloyd. Hamburg American and ail other '''urifrtt' anfl Pmtest SWamers; cheapest fares! direct sailing, nnt- and Hamburg connections, Ozer- Krakan and all other Contin- ental poinU. Buy your tickets whert get -.-our train. S. B. MITOHELL, 0. P. E. Ticket Agent, For Sale or Exchingt __j FOR SALE OR one, four, five and Bin, Block 28; Lots one to Block 29; lots 25 to 20 inclusive, mock 10, making a total of 18 lots in all in Alexander Addi- tion, Lethbridge. Would sell for as- sessed value and tako automobile, "Cadillac" preferred, in .part payment. Taxes for, 1914 paid. For full particu- lars apply to A. R.: Vlnce, 622. 23rd Ave. WcHf, Calgary, Alta. POK gas stoves for coal range. Apply 803 Second Avenue South. TO'. draft well ine- neavy broken mares or geldings for onts. Brimhall Bros., Raymond. Real Estate to Exchange I VANCOUVER ISLAND acreage near Victoria, exchange for .farm lands. "We trade everything." Wlttlchen Real Estate Co., Calgary, 271-5 im- proved property to trade for farm lands. Farm lands to trade for Leth- hridgc property. What have you? nr ao-onr Fully equipped tttitomobile for sale or traae. M. P. .Tolmston Co., Alberte Lethbriatfe. Block.' MEDICAL r- geon, Accoucher. Ofllca at residence corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to S.SO. Phone r Courtlce and Graduate University of Maryland. Office hours Macdonald Blk.' Phono 11155. Letbbrlogb. Alta. DRS. MARRS AND Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office. Hig- iubdtham Blnck. Phona 874. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.J Licentiate' Royal College o! Physicians (London) Hours: S-12: 1-5. Offlce: Hours: 9-12; 1-5. niock L VIAVI 1 PIANO TUITION i PIANO TUNING Q. H. CHIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ repairer: 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London. England.. Reference to the leading musicians bf the city. Phone 11'68. 1253 Bth Ave A South. SURVEYING f. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.--Dominion- arid Alberts Land Surveyor; tion Hydraullo Engineer. Rooms B and 6, Whitney Bloot. P. O. EOT 657. Phone 1042. DUFF (Wm. M Ed- wards. B.A.SC., Dominion an.if Al- berta Land Surveyor; Donalt; A. Duff, hlue irlnt- Ing, civil engineering and land suf- fering. Suite 205 Sherlock Alta d-tf f W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer, gales of all klnda conducted on reBic-iiVolp' terras. Live stock sales specialty. Office at the Wilson. Furniture Co., <04 ISth St North.. Phone 1028. Residence Phone C86. Downtown offlco at the Lethbrluge- UNDERTAKING' T. 8. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble Granlto Works, of Calgary. Offlce opoosita' Court House. Phone- 581. dence 884 7th S. Phone 1176. Open day and night ft Y. Director and Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, Phnno 1803. nlsht or day. WHOLESALE 1 Wiolesale and retail- All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint; nixed buy. upland hay, or.t hay and straw. Mined carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods; etc.. cellar space for rent. Hyde and SaundMS. corner 2n-l Ave.' and 12th St S F O Bnr 11T7. Phono FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as sible. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Instl- etltiite of ChartereajAcbountants ol, England and of tho In- tuts of Chartered Accountants In Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Ltthbrldg. Hit Accountancy In all Its bnnehii Audit. Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- Liquidations. AcudU Lethbrldgi Rwlde'fW R. J. RITCHIE PATER60N, Chartered AteounUnt