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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE 'LETHBKIDG.E-DAIJiY BERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, Unreserved V- Auction Sale Of 50 Head of Choice Dairy Cows .At the 031d Fail-field Farm, three miles south of Lethbridge, on Wednesday, September 16th High Crude Holstoiiis, Durhaiiis and Ayreshires of the hest stnuTis. 2 Keslatored Holstein BulJs, three yssrs old, with papers. 2 Registered Jersey Bulls, one year old. 5 Heifer Calves, high grade. HORSES 0 1 Grey Tfl-am. aged; pood delivery team. 1 Bay eight years old, well broke. 1 Roan Hbrse, eight years old. l Saddle Poay. HOGS 2 Berkshire Sows. 6 Yorkshire Sows. 1 Berkshire Boar. One Covered Delivery, Milk Wagon. Cash, balance six months. Credit, on furnish- ing approved joint notes, with SCJ> per annum oft" all credit amounts for cash.- Sale Tvill commence at one o'clock sharp. J. A, SMITH, CHA1NEY GATTRELL, Auctioneer. Proprietors. GAS RATES Commencing with ilie October leading of this 3rear, the following rates for Natural Gas become effective: RA Next cu. ft. per monthly period... First cu. ft. per monthly period. i.. cu. ft. per montlily period. Next cu. ft per monthly period. POWER PURPOSES; First cu.-H. per FS3 PER 1000 CU. FT. 10 days- Gross Discount Net 30c o 35c 25c 6 20c 5 35c 20o 15c en. ft., per -30o 3c' 4o 5e 17c IBc ICo- consumers using more fhan million cube fest per montnlj penou the net rate for the entire account rill fifteen cents per thousand cubic feet.1" V The Canadian Western Plural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Provincial Government Spends Money on Roads CONTINtJED trunk road wilt bo extended east of full. Tho. roads, accord- ing to travellers 'Who. have" seeii tliem, ore tho bast ever constructed "IrT tho south. Both Mr. AInsworth are exjiGrleiiced rpadjjbuild- era, and the are know- Tario_us ltTi'the is being distributed among. Ihe'-iEaruiers along lines of There are from six to eight four-torse teams on each crew, and a- total .pE jfrom-30 to 40 man at work at one" each getting about a week's :o2ms. The work- is help to the'farmers and 'Speaking: of general conditions in the south, Mr, Leffingwell stated that ;here was no actual privation, so far as he knew. The Dominion govern- ment has come forward with a -plan of relief in the form of loans, .and the Tinners are taking advantage of J One of the most urgent need's in the south country, and ono which has been recognized .by the Provincial authorities, is the water questfoh. Mr. Lefiingwell is very much In favor ol he government taking over control >f the smaller waterways, placing lams on (he road allowances at con- enient points, and using the dams as bridges or culverts, where practical. These dams would catch and hold a arjre amount water that is Wasted draining. Mr. Leiftngwsll also avors the dredging of a channel hrough Kipp coulee, and replenishing he waters of Lake Pakowk'l.' This ake goes dry in the late fall i'ollow- ng a dry season, and coirld be easily upplied if in-Kipp coulee were deep enough to allow a passage. ,Ir. Leffingwell feels that the ;farm- TS in his constituency. kno'K- ad' antagc of getting into the inixed arming" game, but many are seriously ampered by a lack of good "water for heir stock. TheHeraldWantad. boy says: I'll find a ttenoonnljer for ca- pable, conscientious and accurate. A young wom- an whom you'll be glad to add to your office staff. [WUUATIONS VACANT j to do general house- k on farm 3 miles-tram town. Ap- ply Mrs C Crosby, Phono, R 103. IJ24-8- sooil men wantoU; must have little cash; money maker for' right' party. Apply at once No other Mian hustlers need apply. Auto- matic; Hose. Coupler Co... Ud., Room 117, Bldg. professional MEDICAL en and women to learn Ua'rier Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as''competent; graduates isafce big money; catalogue and terms tree. Moler Barber G04A Centre St., Calgary. aeod woman for general housework. Permanent posl- :lon to right- narty. Apply W. P. Blacltburn, Plshburn, Alberta. girl lor .general lousowork. 1230 Etb. Avenue South. IAMAWANTAT3, by Do Fores SITUATIONS WANTED references .given vrms reasonat, o Mrs. M. A. Mason. Warner, Aitierta. Felger Farming Co. on Conscience in Future ol South FROM FRONT PAGE jence, stock the company is to keejf.on lord'nar} shares- -of each. The preference sr-ires confer the-right "to a cumJlatite preference dm dend at the rate oi e'ght per cent and the right m a winding up to re- farmenf oi capital in priority For .-1 the protectioa of holders of prrfer- T Tue Fetger FarmiBg lteav is the latest -.hand live stock amounting in value I .iv--.'.' to 75 per. cent, of the par LIQUOR LICENSE OPvDINANCE Applications for Retail Liquor Licenses A meeting of. the Board of License Commissioners will be held ill the I. O. O. F. Hall, Lethbridge, September 2Sth, two o'clock p.m. to consider the following appli- Application of Joseph McDonnell for a retail liquor license in respect to the Dallas Hotel, situate on Lots Twelve (12) and Thirteen "Block Thirty-one Plan "LetMridge 4353 Lethbridge, Alberta, i Application of, Richatd Ma-; honey for renewal of the retail .liquor license granted him in respect to ice; Pacific Hotel, situate on Lots Seven-' teen (17) to -Twenty. Block One (1) of Company, Llm-; to 75 per. cent. of.the par company with ".headquartersi at Lethbridse, to be in- corporated. The company is capital- tiied at divided into 15001 preference stock outstanding. The company is virtually a ganization.of the Ohio-Alberts Farm- ing cpmpanv., ol which Mr. Felger preference shares of 540 each, -teen-'injstee and manager for a "ordinary shares oi ?40 each, and The capital is in- Cut This Out' roouE Snwr.altst's Pecipe'for Catarr- 'hal Dcsfnass.-ancJ Head Nbises If you know someone is troubt .led with bead noises, or catarrhal deafness, cut out this formula, and Jiand to them, and you will have been the means of saving some and operations larger and more Felger has duced the fanning game in this coun- tru Jto and -_ his T.'ell :kriown-to be the approved. He has met and mas- tered practically; every difficulty, and in spite' 6t-discouragements has -7 ferers perhaps from total deafness', i best boosters. Mr. Felgei has al- Alberta's associated with ;Recent Experiments iiave proved-con- 'Clusiyely that catarrhal deaf head direct cause knpJV" his eapabLliiies, arid he is prac- tical hr cfirtaih .of .ultimate success. In organization, hg 'constitutional disease, and that salves, j said to thcrHarald: company sprays, Inhalers, etc., merely temper- j has been fnrnifw] .-reith-aiView to en- ise with the eomclamt, aiiu 'and increasing ever, effect a permanent cure. This our jive As yotl Well itnowimy being so, much time and money has sentiments as to the development of ?-tVPSf a J as a mired farm- would af- ing can add little more. Del all traces of the catarrhal poison I! the.war situation clears a little so that my plans go through as out- Dated at Edmonton this secorid day of September, 1914. JOHN D. HUNT, Deputy Attorney General. as o bachelor or widower 1 w, good cook; have on: Apply 1623 1st Ave. N. liouspkeeper i boy 7- by respectable person, reliable and good -Cook. :AJH ply 20S Stll St.% leaf coal mine. Apply giving to royalty, term. good references. H. Alta. -avening, plain', -gold signet thought to have lost samo on car between 5th, Ave. and. ICing's -Hotel. Finder return to Herald and receive reward. 'blao.k cameo brooch sur- rounded b) small pearl, no value ex- cept to owner. Liberal reward at the Herald office, 225r-6 horse, weight between 130Q and 1300, branded Lp monogram on hip; also brown horse', weight about. 1200, branded inverted (J beside U Finder return to A. JIc- Ciillough. Lethbridge. ;Si Hoursv pjm, Qfllcb'SU'TSiS'm Avenue. Pbona 1SK3. Sherlock Blook Kesldenco'1266'Sixth A'vecuB." Office 7-8 30. Ofifloa phonbe aif lired'. -encaiire-at; TO R13NT X roomed mod- 6riL.iipiises. good 16cJation, 80S ,aud ,S09 7th Ave. is., per month each. R'. V. Slhboiis K Co., Balmoral Block, Phone 1193. 224-T-6 airy room in pri- vate' house in best part of city, board if desired; all modern conveniences. .TO up-to- date; centrally- located, 515 per month immediate possession.. Ring 5i3r' ..VSOa room semi -modern .cottage, Kp; 628'12111-Street. per LraOTth: B.1.-Jp.eat Co., 'Room. feeding "it" on If you supply of water. Farm Products-'Ltd. W J Lioyd, 365 1017. you Tvant a Wve partner or to buy or sell a nusiness. write at once giving full particulars, EOT 473 Calgary News-Telegram. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE 'I have impounded in the East Pound at the City of Lethbridge, since Aug. 25th, one small black mare, branded LS on right shoulder. Also one iron grey gelding, white. face, white stocMng-on left hind foot; company, ..men who h 'ded faeart on since Au 27th. DANIEL FORBES, Poundkeeper. from the system. The effective pre- scription which was eventually fprm-'' ulated, and which has aroused the be-' lief.that deafness will soon be extinct, is given'.below in "understandable form- go that .anyone .can treat themselves- cspwit- to farm heav- ier'scale than at any'time yet, in a reultuial way, only Iiest quality of woflr, largely with; horses. to carry as much mixed live- as possible in-connection with n their own home at Uttle.expena.e-. :dissolved. .Take one tablespconful ,fbur. times a day, The Srst dose promptly ends tbe head noises, head- Sache, dullness, cloudy thinking, fltci, JTFhiIe the herfnng rapidly returns as "the ayatem is invigorated by the tonic of the treatment Loss of smell "Jandr mucus dropping in the back of throat are other symptoms that the prpsence of catarrhal poison, which are quickly overcome by %Ig cfflcaclous treatment. Nearly 90 cent of: all ear troubles are direct- ly caused by catarrh, therefore there are but few people Tihose hearing can. be restored by this sirnrle !inme 1 Itreatment Everj person who Is with head nofsea, catarrnal Deafness, or catarrh In any form, give this prescription a trial There is nothing better. ordering.Parmint al- ways specify that yoti want .Double Swngth; your druggist has It or he It for you, if not, send to the Interaational 74 St St., Montreal, P. Q, who ot it, Advertisement ;2c that under normal condi- tions the preferred stock investor will have ample security without con- sidering all.oi our landed and equip- ment investment. With fair returns 12 per cent, ought to he paid, and I think that this will be Mr'. Felger is now in_ the cast on an enthusiasm Rev. A. B. Farney, of Amherstburg, becomes Anglican rector at Slmcoe, Ont. The Bank of Montreal will loan the city of-Montreal on condi- tion that tho money be spent on per- manent -work-now- in course of erec- tion, and not on new work. Peel-County has voted as a patriotic fiind, A bylaw was passed whereby a tan of one mill is imposed on the equalized 'ass.eisment of tho county, l THE .NURSING MISSION Provides visiting Burses for mater- nity and all medical and lurgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient -Poor patients cared lor free of charge. Graduate nyrses for-private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing 'Mis- sion 1414 7tb Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. TMIcy, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Careful and Prompt Service estate to buy, sell or farm lands .or. city-: property, Write at once, giving lull particulars, Bos 473 Calgary News-Telegram. 223-6 holders to sign, pe- tition for extension of tlan on oil, gas aad petroleum leases. Petition can ba Been at L. C. Teeple's- Dominion .Block. CATTLE .winter feed- ing oh shares, hoga Included. Apply. to.Carrollton limited, 6-7 Do- minion Blflg., Edmonton, Alta.' PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR and lots oil '18Ui St. N., water'and sew- er. Price 11250. Terms. M. P. John- ston Co., Alberta Block. FOR house on one lot; cost last fall, will sell for terms 2 years. Appiy, E. S. Npbbs, 920. 9th St. S. owaer, choice section 22-7-18, 10 miles N.Ey Stirling, 3% 'miles north Judson Siding; -ali fenced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at Send mo ,an offer. J. Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W, St., Washington, D. C. Sale or Exchange PRAYING OfAllKindi Western Transfer Co. Limited f. R. 'Frelsht If l. 1 Office j S I.'. .KIM FOR trade half section raw land for or hogs. Apply Box 32 ex-change green', feed" or oats for one or--more good milk cows. Apply AYm. Northam-, Albion Ridge. FOR have several houses in Lethhridge and also vacant residence lots or irrlgate'diacreage we will trade for farm lands. M. P. Johnston Lethbridge. LOTS FOK SALE. 1__________________________ WANTED TO good farms on crop Require that same be fenced and at least thirty, acres broken' pcr'auarter.l i Give'full particulars in first" letter'as: to amount broken, etc., and state 'absolutely ]owest price. Must haru full particulars at'once. Wdll