Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO THE LETHUKIDGEvIJ.AlLY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914 WHAT DYPEPTICS SHOULD EAT A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE and practically all forms of Btoniach trouble nro. niio times out of ten, due to acHUty; therefore stomach sufferers should, .whenever possible, avoid ciitins: food that Is acid in its nature, or which by chemical action iu tao stomach tU1-. volops acidity. Unfortunately, such n rule eliminates moat foods which aro pleasant to faio tasto us well as those which arc rich in bloort, flesh and nerve building properties This is the reason why dyspeptics and stomach sufferers are usually so thin, emaciat- ed and lacking in that vital energy which can only come from a well fed bctiy. For the benefit of tJiose .suf- ferers who have teen obliged to ex-, elude from their diet .ill starch: sweet or fatty food, and are trying t keop up a miserable existence on cli ten products, I would suggest t'rm' yo should try a meal of any food or food which you may like, iu modorat amount, taking immediately afte wards a teaspoonfnl bisurated msg nesia in a little hot or cold water This will neutralize any acid whic may be present, or which may b formed, and instead of the usual feel ing of uneasiness and fullness, yci will find that your food agrees wit! you perfectly. Bisurated magnesia i: doubtless the best food corrective ant antacid Isnown, It has no direct ac tion ou the stomach, but by ueutraliz ing the acidity of the food contents and thus removing the source of the acid irritation which inflames the deli cate stomach lining, .it does more than could possibly, be done by anj drug or ffledieme. As a physician, believe In the use of medicine when ever necessary, but I must admit that I-cannot see the sense of dosing an Inflamed aad irritated stomach with drugs instead o[ getting rid of the cause of all the trouble. Get a little bisurated magnesia from your druggist, eat what you want at your nest meal, take some of the bi- surated magnesia as directed above and see if I'm not right" Advt. Amidst tho enthusiastic plaudits of a large crowd of first training corps to be estab- lished in Canada, gathered at the bar- racks grounds Just night to take their j first lesson in tho handling of HeK ;uns. In less than a week's time, about 125 men have enrolled ior tho train- ing. About fifty of these have joined the-artillery. The first (trill was giv- foy Judson German Secret Agents areBiisy Now in Canada London, Sept. 3. Thoi Courier says that Germany paring nn active campaign in an endeavor to bring rcvolutica of lite present is p re- in Ctm- ubouti a feeling. boy I'll tend you a mild .who will come well tfedora- nvsildcd, who will :fltjlnto' a household and provo1 bo en last FELIPE Ids HI CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE place ia the ranks, preferably the ser- vice corps, and will keep on appljm until he is given a "berth. Many American adventurers, Span ish-American veterans and rough rid era, are finding their Tray into th Canadian forces, eager td engage tlie fray. English and American sol diers of fortune who have Trees fight ing in'Mexico are beginning to drii into Ottawa anxious 'to' get to th .front "in past week a man .made his to Colonel Hughes. He also hai toeen General Villa's staff, am was a crack aviator. He had made his -way north to _Vancouver, thence heaten his "way across the con- tinent" to Ottawa. He arrived in -the capita dead, heat, hut .Colonel Hughi ho sooner heard his story than he "staked" Mm.for meals and a bed. The. Colonel has already arranged for his-passage to. England, where he is on the.reserve of officers. to endure'sacrit'ke -and perhaps of 2oth Battery, in the presence til a large crowd of onlookers. Lath- bridge has, therefore; already done what nearly every city in the Domin- iou is urging its citizens to do, name- get out and cot acquainted with field gnus and rifles, so that in case another call for volunteers comes from the military authorities, the recruits wKI be ''ready, aye with a knowledge of the use of guns, as well as wil death. The first infantry drill will be held tonight, and every member of the com- pany is ashed to be on time, promptly at 7.15. The lights provided by the city merely accentuate tlie da-kness, nd it is imperative that the men be n band as early as possible, so that Detraction may be given in daylight. Lieut Hodgson has offered his ser- ices.as instructor, and wift devote all is time en these evenings to traia- rig. He has already spent much time n drilling, and to his efforts the re- rutts who .have already gone forward, we much of their preliminary know- edge of warfare. Num'.iers of Canadians are receiving letters from German acquaintances.! giving grossly exaggerated accounts; of alleged disasters to the Hritishj forces. The Courier asserts that tho Canadian government recently- discov- ered that infqrmatioh of British pre- parations was being seat by German secret agents in Canada. TROOPS CALLED OUT Helena, Mont., Sept, Stewart has issued an order for the mobilization in Helena of tho entire state militia, consisting of ten com-1 panies, as a result of the situation in' Butte. Troops began arriving here to- night. The governor telegraphed Senators alsli and Evans, asking that Federal :roops from Vancouver barracks be brought into the state and hejt! in readiness Jn the event the State mil- tia is not able, to cope 'with the situa- tion. MONEY OaDER BUSINESS RESUMED Ottawa, Ont., 'Aug. -post- master-general has issued instructions to the different postmasters and in- spectors throughout the country for the resumption of money busi- ness between Canada and Great Bri- tain on a modified basis, Negotiations have been passing be- tween: the United Kingdom and Can- It is expected that.a bigcrowd will tbe susuehsioa of "money e present tonisht Major Stewart has sd no instruction as to a third coa- nyent, but he believes that if the all comes, the 25th will be accepted s a unit. The War Today At a Glance .VACANT louijietent i.SUtfSt; South, ,i Ii Four jjuoii' mou. .wantortj t' have 'lUlloi. cash; -mouny 'maker rlsht 'party. APPly.'Rt onc'o. :No' r. .tlip.n hubtlers need uprily. Auto- miUc'itbatt Coupler' 117, Sliorloclt Bids. i wacka raqutred; or locations secured as soon as, competent graduates make money; catalogue anil termu froo. Wblor Burlier Collego, 004A Centre TO TO Comfortable' room in pri- ate home, suitable for one or two iu'.ies. Apply 1205 Cth Ave. South, 'hone 1722. 8th St. S.> 7 rooms" ully modern, fine location Apply Icnry Oliver, Phone 751, or cali at 41 Sth St. TO comfortable houses 910 and month, furnieliae. The Dowsley-Miilhern Land Co. Royal Baulc Bldg. Dll- W, p. Surgeon, Acuoiicher. Hours '7-8 p.m. oaico 914 Third Avenue. "hchp 12113 DR. Sherlock Block Kesldenee Avenue. Otlico nours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30, Office pbone alii; OR. Reon, Aceoucher. Oiftce'at reaidenct corner Sti, Avenue South aud 7th Street South. S-9; 1-3; 7 to 8-30. phono' 120H TAVLOR-.Eur, Bye. Nose ani- Inroat; Dominion Building. Office Hours to 12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones. oHIce residence tn DC Fares! Porter.) SITUATIONS WANTED nursing. Good references given, terms reasonable. Mrs. 51, A. Mason, Warner, Alberta. country printer, first class references, be open for order business, in order to ascertain Kerald. if it possible to make some arrangement by -n-hich the business men of the community could bs ac- commodated. position about Cut. 1. Apply Box 12, COALDALE NOTES and Mra. W. H. of Be- 3avan, III, are visiting at the homes of W.-.H. and B. S. Pawson and John Davidson. The Ladies' Aid was pleasantly en tertained. at the home of -Mrs. Fred Norton, "Wednesday p.m. Blisses Mae Knap? and Ella Mcln tosh_are at their homes. Mr and Mrs T B Dunham enter tained Tuesday evening at dinner Covers were laid, for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pawson of Delavan, I1L, Mr and Mra W H. Pawion Jr, Mr and Mrs O K Daniel, Mrs Harvej and Mr MrKinnej- Born, to Mr and "Mrs Lmd, east of fown, on Wednesday, 2GUi, a son Ered Caloren is at Cowle> on a' fishing tnp J H Hardy has retumpu to Orne mee N D Mrs Prank Knapp is ill at the Gait hospital The fourth day of the second gerier- battle betwsen the Germans and the Allies finds Emperor William's forces pressing with'unprecedented strength their advance on Paris. Their right is reported'to be within fifty miles of the French In the absence of official announce- dispatches indicate that the British and French continue :a stubborn resistance, giving way slowly however, when this strategy is neees-j sary to keep their lines" iritact, and to prevent enveloping movement by the German right.: In the east, the fighting progresses with unabated fury. Both ths Rus- sian and Austrian-German armies lav-e met successes and: reverses. It s admitted In Retrograde (St. Peters- burg) that two of. the Russian army corps were defeated in east Prussia and that three Russian gen-era Is were QSt.' On the other hand, the Austrians ap- pear to have been defeated in Galicia, where overwhelming successes are claimed by th-2 Russians. This claim finds support In a dis- patch from Vtefina, which states that he Austrians have decided to evacu- ite Lemberg, the capital of Galicia. Official disoutches ly way of London, show evidence of laving been closely censured in Lon- DELLA VOrpr POPE Papal Chnraberlttin who 'via fce tbe acting Pope izntil ron of cardinals is Hold and a new Pope elected. The attitude of Turkey and Italy are nxiously awaited by all the nts. A semiofficial dispatch from 'etrograde that Turkish troops avs landed on the shores 'Of Asia inor af'Smyrnia Further pressure is reported to have een brought on Italy by Germany and Austria to have-her support the Triple Mance: THE WAR OVERNIGHT When the whole world ts awaiting definite, riews from the battle 'line, Frencn War Office contents itself with the: simpleiCtatemiint that as a result of the turning movement :of the Ger-. man army, and in order not to accept battle under, unfavorable condition, the troous have again retired. From -the capital no word is forthcoming regarding what are con sicjered the most momentous opera- tions of ihe v ar While Berlin claims a German victory over the Russians in east Prussia irT the'capture of men, the Russians claim an important victory over the Austnars on Gal ician border, with prisoners. Another German aeroplane has been dropping bombs; Into Paris, and, ae- cordinq to the French official state merit, :Ambassador has organized a committee, and has tent protest against this method of war- fare to his government at Washington The Belgian special commission on lU'way to'the United States to pro. :est against German atrocities, ias been received by King George, and has presented him with an address set. ihg forth some of the happenings in Belgium during thp present campaign, and'has warmly thanked Great Britain intervention. All arovnd the city Inekinn far a house or room. Read the "ficnlal" columns on ihis page. It will take you only a few- minutes to look over this list and'Cliccktlic. locations which appeal Jo you. you ure.through you-liiiaw about everything that .is for'rent in the ail you have lo do is to make your decision anil move. by respectabla person, reliable and sooil cook. Ap- ply 208 9th St. S. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a -private home, modern conveniences. Apply 543 16th St. N., corner Cth Ave. FOR n good room with ail i modern conveniences, steam heat, j shov.-er Dates, r etc., apply Y. BOARD AND con- TO modern seven room hout--2, Cull size basement, Al condi- tion, G25 7th St. S. Phone A. B. Dli- pen. 3475. TO room house wn- ter on corner lot in North Ward; rent per month. Apply Box 11 Herald office. 4> premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "Tho Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. n. L. B. ot Col- lege Ptysiclans and Surgeoni, Al- Suite 316-18. Sherlock Bldg. Phone Hn To airy room in pri- vate house in .'best part of city, board PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Hnariom's Prirato Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South. Phone 746. KINDERGARTEN if desired all modern conveniences. V.'rite Box -12 Herald. 221 ANNE PORTER will open a private kindergarten for a limited number children, between -tho ages of four and six years. A Kindergarten Musical Course will be included. Junior and Intermediate pupils for piano will also be accepted. Call' or write 1211 nth Ave. South on or beforp Sept, 1st. AV To lease house, G or 7 roopis, must bu modern, preferably with gas. Will lease for one or two years. No children. JMall particulars and lowest rental to Bos 37, Herald office. 15th St. N., 5. rooms 329, per mouth; 415 llth St. S. Apply lira. Burgess, 423 llth St. S. Miscellaneous for Sale Cheap, 'brass bed, Oster-moor mattress, springs, library table, wardrobe, baby's iron1 bed, sanitary couch, window shades, mahogany chiffonier, dresser, oil stove, wicker chairs, screen, kitchen utensils and shelves, etc. Suite 21. Bryan Block. TO RENT Cottage, modern, tip-to-date, centrally located, per month immediate possession. Rins C. C. Pagnuelo Co. TO Eight room house; all modern Improvements. Moderate Apply Standard Securities Coinpunv, Suite 315, Sherlock EJdg. One Mason Risch piano in latest design of case, In beau-if ul- mahogany used but short time. A snap for some one and easy pay- 1O RENT Five room semi modern cottage, No. S2S 12th Street. per month. Apply N. B. Peat n. M. J. W Royal Coltego of Dental' S2SIV2' Certificate, otflco: Ii0 Block. i L, T. )RS. MARRS AND successors to Drs. 'Stewart and Mo- Clore. to G. Office, inbotham Block. .Phono R. E- e-SIMMONDS-Uentlst, mem-" ol Surgeons, ii i-1 Rorol College of Physicians (London) L.E.S 1900 Offlca: VIA VI Oh ,GS VIAVI COMPANY- for N'S "ral Treatment Hull Bl? to 4 B.; a etc'' s 4 to 10. berti I 3 and A I- Duff Donald A. r blue s and land sur- Room 5, Macdouald Blk. CO room fully modern cot- tage on street car line, close in. Ku- ;pulre 134, IGtli St. N. Fhone 334 or S62. Business., Opportunities. r ?OR equipped Heat .ilaricet in Crow's Nest district, price md terras reasonable. Address 'Bos 13, Herald.'. LOTS FOR-SALE WANTED TO pood farms', on crip" plan. Require same ''be fenced and at least thirty-acres broken por quarter. fu_ Give fuir particulars in -first letter as j to location, etc., and ,JJusfc -Will 1040, SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamera Allan Line Hoyal Mail Steamers. French Lice to Havre. White Star New -York and" Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- an service. Canadian Northern .Royal" .Mai! Steamer- Donaldson Line to Glasgow, Anchor Line to Glasgow i G -El r J Q Hamburg American and all clhe i I state absolutely lowest price. Pi IjmPp hare f once. Ji Ul SlUllj deal, with owners >Sox: Medicine Plat, Alberta.-. ..t- HAY many cattlg or sheep can you feed on your farm this -winter? We .will arrange and bus your hay in stack with privilege of feeding it on your land-if you have supplv W. J. Lloyd, Farm Products "Ltd, gr.- Phones 365 -and you want a live partner or to buy or a business, write at. once 'giving full particulars, Bos 473 Largest and Fastest Steamers; Calvary Tekgram cheapest fares; direct sailing1. An! I trade, farm lands- or- city property TS rite it once gvnng lull Bos. 4-73 Calgary NetPS-Telegram. -223-6 Kraksn and all other Contin aial point Buy your tickets where you get cur tram. S B. MITCHELL, C. P. E. Ticket Agcnx, LetHuid'je Police Court One drunk "was assessed the usual fine at police court this morhlnp. GST YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN "PACIFIC 4n immense of the moat fertile ian'd in Western Canada for "lie at low prices ranging fron1 5H to ?30 K-er'acra-for non-irrigai- lands to S7> per acrn tor irrigated lauds. Terms, one- twentieth down, balance in 19 an- nual instalments. Loan 'for farm development up to OOQ also re tn years Interest at only 6 per-cent; Por ra-tiqulars appl, to WILSON SKE1TH, AGENTS DEPARTME'NT .OF NATURAL Canadian .pacific RaUway Alberta, TO to .450 acres In one block ot good Irrigated land in Coal- dale District on very liberal terras. Apply Box 17 Herald. TO liEiNT Seven roomed modern bouse with sas, in good condition. 3 doors from car linu. 525 per mouth good, tenant. ald. Apply Box 32 Her- 0 FOR Building now occupied bv Western Tlnsmltlling Co., flra. door north of Herald.. Ready now. ments. Mason RIscll Ltd. FOR Uxbridge piano, cased, organ K octavo, good as new; cheap and on easy payments. Mason Dowmo- ffl o rjowmoTO offlco at the LothbrUIge. werturn Phn-n Risch Limited. 21 PIANO-TO RENT OR to reliable party. Phone 11G2. Call 414 -13th-St. South. FOR 'buy ever ottered: 9 roonied modern residence, full cement basement (gas laid lot Gth Are. clorse to 12th St. Price 54500, cash. 'Apply owner, 121-2 Gth Avenue .South. Apply at Herald office. To modern house, all painted and papered since last pied. Lavgo garden plot corner 7tll Av't... and 12th St See owner, D. H. Elton. Phone 490 or 1523. I'O 1319 5th Ave. A, six and bath, fully modern brick uildius with lawn, trees and stable. 130 per. month or will consider traric or Calgary property. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 10, Macdonald Blk. 'hone 570. TO modern. 8 roonied storey and half house, pleasantly sit- uated, facing south on 7th Ave. S. Apply to Arthur Hayr, Hayr Hard- ware Co. 'O Furnished cottage. Apply llth St. '0 roomed house. 1262 :th Ave. A S., all modem convenien- :es at per month. Apply Stand- rd Securities Co., 115 Sherlock Blk. 'hone 1281. THE MISSION Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prtfmpt Servlco gelding, .nine years old, j weight about 1500, no brand, short cut.j n sue one eroy mare rbout four lea- 1200, hrandtij 10L [or -reB ot chBrge en right hip NoL'y Alfred Lost Lajce Uo-na I visiting nurses for materi iuv aufi all medical and surgical (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of thi patient. Poor FOR two roomed shack, barn, .four hen houses, wired runs, selling cheap. White Wyan- dotte hens and good laj'Ing crosses, also Peerless brooder very B. W. Cairns, River Bottom, near the bridge. FOR Canada eager for the greatest 'selling :book" of generation. "Jlodern Europe: Causes'and Issues oi The Great War." Thrilling illus- trations. Low price. Best terras. Ex- traordinary opportun- ity. Splendid sample book free. Win- -.i Co.: Limited, ;T6ronto. PUPILS FOR Kay HOI 7th 'Avenue North. MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Pupils prepared for Royal Academy and College of Music, London, Eng., or Toronto Conservatory exams, if'de- sired. Studio 1226 'Gth Avenue A' Lcthbridge. 21 MR.. H. McG. ait voice and piano, and supervisor''of -music in city, schools, will resiima teaching 1st Sept., .Room 1 Coiiseri vatory Bldg. Resilience Y. If. c. A Teaching hours..4.30 to S p.m. and Saturdays. PROPERTY FOE SALE FOR house on one lot; cost 51200 last fall, will sell for 5900 terms 2 years. 920 9th St. 'S. Apply E. 8. Nobhs, English setter pup; white with black ear. Notify J. C.> 'Barclay, 1916 "Sth Ave. N. Ehorisl and re- feifs -Ore Llick horse iveigbt i 3200 and 1300 branded LP monogram on liif) alco brown horsp about 1200 branded U beside U. '.Finder return-to A." Mc- LO S rotarn to lettprly Undertaking Par. lors t Graduate nurses for private duty p ovided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis 1414" 7tli AVCK-JC go'utn. FltoEs 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tillsy, Supervisor. (Mis-) M. A. MaeKa'y, Grad. fiurse. J. Mackenzie. Grad. Nurse. afterneon a par eel, addressed LethUndge Laundry Co rindcj jleacc return Jo Express oSice and get res-ard MON-UMENTS If you are considering tho purchas- ing at a monflrncnf, see Us before you decide. Best stock, best de- f iffnw bSSt Lethbrldqe Monumental Works 8th St, South R Noeds, Manager. Company's Winding Up Ordinance, 1003. IN THE MATTER OF THE CENT- RAL LUMBER COMPANY. NOTiCt, Is hereby gifea. that all creditors of til" Central Lumber Com liahy and others having claims there- on arc required to senj in their claims I to the undersigned on or before the first day of November, .after >vhlch date the Liquidator- will pro! ceed to-distrlbute. the assets of. the Company, or any pnrt thereof amongst the parties entitled having regard only to 'the claims ,'qf. which it shall then have notice Dated this 24th day o' August, A D 1914 BRITISH CANADIAN, TRUST CO'Y 4d Mo 02 Liquidator; Date of first publication, A-jg 25tB, 19H, W. A. HENDERSON a COY. Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg LcthBridge Medicine Hat Accountancy In- all its branches Audit, Secretarial. Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves tlsations. Liquidations. Acadla Bulldlno, t-ethbrldge Resident R. j. RITCHIE RATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) FOR a fully moder_ double brick house (seven rooms in aach nousej suuatea facing lar line; no cash required, purchaser to make small ruouthly payments. Ap- lly C. B. Bowman Agency. FOR owner, choice half section 23-7-18, 10 miles N.B. Stirling, SVj miles jiiilson Siding; all fenced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at sacrifice. Send me an offer. J. Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W St. Washington, D. C. For Sale or Exchange FOR trade half section raw land for cattle or hogs. Apply EOT 33 Herald WILL acres of well improved land near Gladstone; with or without horses and machinery for shepp or ca'tle Goo A Young Gladbtoue 215__T? PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R, F.rttghl l 1161 Offic. 4M stabln t THE REMINQTON TYPEWRITER LTD, FOB-SERVICE We find the stenographer that suits the position We find the portion that suits the stenographer. Addinij and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine) Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful) Remington No. 10. (has the cnly Column Selector) Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift and llgnt touch Smith-Premier (The machine With a ke, for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a market and field of Its own) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINQTON DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies t J PA3SMORE, BulWmj.-J.ithDrlJBB, Albjrla. HUGH C. C. SALMON Artistic Playing and Theory In the .examinations of the Royal Academy 'and Royal Col- lege of Music, London, .Eng., re- cently conducted In .Canada, one of Mr. Salmon's. nuBils: won the Intermediate Gold' Medal (open to the Dominion) and sixty-six per cent..of those entered pass- ed with honors.. Advanced Pupils studio and Beginners. 414 13th St. S. (__ PIANO TUNING S H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player Pfano and Organ repairer- 20 years inctory experience Hon- our.; Certificate MT Assn London, bngland Reference to the leadlns musicians of the city. Phone 1168 12-11 (ith A South L UNDERTAKINl T. S Funeral Director and Embalmor, also asent for the Somerville Marble Granlto WorKS, of Calgary Office opjoslls Court Houaa Phone 561 Res" dence P84 7th Am S. "bant nil. Open day and night S V. Director Embalmer 411 Bth Street Sowhi Phoni- 1SOS- night or day GRAIN AND POTATOE8- a retail All of timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint' mixed hav upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloads a ipeclalty Storage for household cellar for rent, Hyde and Saunderg, corner 2n'J Are. and Uth St S O Boxv31Z7 1244. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Instl. Ftlttite ot charterejl Accountants ot England auj Wales, and'ot the In lute of lu Alberta Acudia Bldg FURRIER I FURS' REMODELLED, dressed: anil cleaned Work, guaranteed Pkaso let us have as poa- sible David Scolt, Benffey Com pany Store____________ SEWlNQ Satisfaction1 guarantee-! PrlceSj right Mrs IB" J. Parmell Rodia 41, Dvalnlou Bldg.