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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TARE TWO THE LET.H35UDGE ,DAILY HERALD THUHSDAY.-SEPTEMBBB 10, Auction Of 50 Head of Choice Dairy Cows the Old rail-field Farm, three miles south of Lethbridge, .011 Wednesday, September 16th High Grade Holsteins, Durhams and Aj-rcshlres of the brat mllkine stratus. Registered ilolstem Bulls, three years old, with papers. 2 Ilegistercd Jersey Bulls, one year old. 5 Heifer Calves, high grade. HORSES Grey Team, aged; good delivery team. l Korse, eight years old, well broke. Koan Horso, eight years eld. l Saddle Pony, HOGS Berkshire Sows. ii Yorkshire Sows. 1- Berkshire Boar.--- One Covered Delivery Milk Wagon. Cash, balance six months, Civ.-U. i.n iimiish- ing approved joint notes, withSTo per annum off all credit amounts Sale will commence at one o'clock sharp, J, A. SMITH, CHAINEY GATTRELL, Auctioneer. Proprietors. Teachers .School Have Salaries GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this year, the for Natural Gas become effective: 1000 CU. FT.' 10 days Gross Discount Net First cu. ft per monthly Sue S5c Next SoD.OQO cu- ft. per monthly period----- 30c 6c 25c Next cu. ft. per 5c 20o Next cu, ft. per 5c loc f POWER PURPOSES: I' First en. ft. per monthly 20c 3c 11 o Nest cu. ft. per monthly period___ 20c 4o iGc Next cu. ft. per monthly-period.'.; 2Qc-- 5c 16c consumers using more than twenty million cubic feet per monthly period, tha net rate for the entire account will be fifteen cents per thousand: cubic feet. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited v 'KEEP DEPARTURE OF TROOPS A SECRET .Val Cartier, Sept. O .-Eyerything possible will bo dons -by the authorities to keep -the date of the departure of ;the Canadian expeditonary a secret When the troops "will leave the inobiliza- jtion camp is not known offi- and when it is known nothing will be said. Acid Stomachs are Dangerous Common Sense Advice by a Distii guished Specialist. "Acid" stomachs are dangerous be- cause acid Irrltates'and inflames the delicate -lining of the stomach, thus hindering -and preventing the proper action of the stomach, and lEcdinjpto probably nine-tenths or the cases stomach trouble from which people sufier. Ordinary medicines and me- dicinal treatments are useless'in such cases, for they" leave the source of the trouble, the acid in the stomach, as dangerous as ever. The acid must fee neutralized, and its formation pre- vented, and the best thing for this jiurpose'is a teaspoonful of .blsurated magnesia, a. simple antacid, takea in a little warm or cold water after eating, not only neutralizes the acid, but also prevents the fermentation from which acidity is Fopaa which ordinarily cause distress may be eaten impunity if the meal is followed with a -little blsurated magnesia, which can be obtained from nny druggist, and should always 000, and many of them more. To bring tha matter homo: this man comes to me, who hasn't made a ceiit more than my living, and asks mo to bear his burden, or to sacrifice my due so that his burden. lighter. the maii who' "made the pile pay up in proportion at least. When these business men are making; money, we rejoice- in their success. But there comes -a- time when to be on I an income is better than to be in busi- ness. Wtoen times are good he comes to us and tells us how he can mako as much in a month as wo do in a year, and we rejoice; and now that "we are making more than he, let him also re- joice." Board Reluctant The members of the Board listened intently to this appeal on behalf of the teaching profession for the teacher in question was talking for them. all. President Higlnbothaiu replied brief- ly, stating that all the members of the Board had the very highest regard for the teachers, and rejoiced when they could boost their salaries, for they bad it coming. He was inter- rupted in his remarks 'by a still small voice which said: "The same men who wast- our ?alariee reduced continue to charge us the same rent for our rooms, and the same for our groceries." Some Wanted High School Closed Mr. Higinbothaai continued his re- marks by stating that the reductions made "were nowhere near -what had been asked. Some of the ratepayers, he said, had advocated the abolition of the manual training school, and the j firing of the superintendent and the secretary. One man, a lawyer, had gone so far as to advocate the doing away 'with tha High school, giving as his reason "where will we get our ser- vants if everyone is given higher edu- The reductions were made, he very reluctantly, and' every -member was extremely sorry that the action was necessary, The matter closed here and -the 're- i port of the management committee i was adopted. ___ j Assessment-Turmoils I The assessment of city property, or utilities, for school- purposes, came up as a result of a letter from City So- licitor Ball to the School Board's SOT licitors, Shepherd, Dunlop The communication intimated that- there was nomlng ia the charter .which could compel the payment of school taxes by tbe city. The matter wag left In the hands of the solicitors, and. lit is possible that a mandamus will be j invoked on behalf of the School Board. Report of Superintendent Mr. Hamilton reported that at a "meeting of school principals held re- cently to discuss the question of sports for this term, it was felt that1 the bene- fits to be derived by the children from the participation in' athletics w.ere i such as to admit of special effort on i the part of the teachers to create a 'sufficient interest to make a day of sports a success. 'Mr. Filmer is now organizing the work, and will "en- deavor to carry out a -programme sim- ilar to that of last year. "When physi- cal fitness is playing such an import- ant part in the life of the Empire, said Mr Hamilton 'we fee! that it would not do to drop our annual sports day. The enrolment records, Mr. Hamil- ton says, show "steady iricreases'in the percentage of average daily attend- ance, so" that the lietnoridge schools are now giving tH'e hours' instruction per year than they ever gave before D. of (Start Training The use of one of the classrooms an Central school was granted to the Daughters of the, Empire for the hold- ing of classes In first aid. A.t a special meeting ot tue Aboard hild ibout a week- ago it was de cidcd that theiposifcioa of -.musical su- pervisor should- be done away with that the nursing- mission should -be granted instead of." and that Or la} lor s salary cut from S1000 to H A went on record at this, meeting jas opposed to any reduction' in the salaries- of the teaching usrng as s his rea son the argument that lemiciiorts should commence 'with the raissioners The Herald Want ad. bog ,says 3 I'll Itnd a for who Is cv naole? conscientious accurate A yming worn an w'lom you II be iglad to aod to your office staff VACAN1" to (Jo gouarnl house fuim 3 miles rrora toftn C" tilasjio} Phone K102 324 C ill to do geneml WOJK on farm J uilles from town AJI pi} tire 0 Crosuv 1'liuno U 102 22US- cook also to hip ;mtlU; on-. Phono '14117, eight to nlno evenings, or address Roy Loveless, cara :C. R. Daniel. goort men wanton; must have little cash: money maker ffttf tight party. 'Apply at. once. No other Uian hustlers need apply. Auto- matic Hose. Coupler Co.. Ltd., Room Sherlock.Bids. 184-0 and woolen to learn iiiher Trade. Bight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates make biif money; catalogue and terms free. .Moler Barher College, 604A Centre St., Calgary. lAMAWANTAtt (Copvrlfikt, 1SH, Jill aa fontt SITUATIONS WANTED J as -ousekeeper to two or more gentlemen. Good cook, economical, excellent references. Ap- ply Box 50 Herald o.tice. .r.s Housekeeper to bachelor or widower by young will- ow, good cook; have one hoy aged 7. Apply 1623 1st Ave. N. MISGELLANEC'IIS WANTS j lease a small coal mine Apply giving full particulars as to royalty term lease, etc. Can give good references. VH. W. G., Jflllcrest, Alia.' pay cash for second hand Ford car in good runuing condi- tion. State lowest -figure to Box S, Herald. 224-6 or sheep can you feed on your farm winter? .We will nrrauga, andbiiy your hay in stack with privilege -of feeding it on your land If you havo supply of water. Farm Products Ltd. W J Sigr. Phones 365 and! 1017.' 220-0 aged woman for general housework. Permanent posi- tion to right party. Apply W. F. Blackburn, Flsllbur.a, Alherta. Professional Cards ML'DltAL OR W 8 "Urgcon. Ace'ouclior. Hours p.m. Oiflca 811 Third Avonu _Phone 12E8. Sherlock Block Residence Slxih Avocue. OIUc- nours 1-3; 30: OflHo uboa .Residence 1098. DR. C. C. Sui ceon, Aocmicher. Office at residenci cornat. 5p Avenue aouth imd .7th Street Hours: 1-3: "1 t 8.39. Ftior.e 12UC. DR. Bye. Mose and Throat; Dominion Building, pfflco hours 3.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings appointment. Phones, office 311; residence 5D3. girl ror genera: Apply to 1230 5th Avenue South. 227 r horse, branded R V on right shoitld'er, DS over lazy S on right hip, N with bar above on lefl shoulder aud N with bar below on lefl hip; also has a wiro scar on right hind leg; weight about 1150 IDS. Findei return to Hans Matson, 620 12th St. 0 Ivorth Lothbrldgo or Phone IOCS. 22S-2 evening, plain gold signet ring; thought to have lost samo on car between 5th Ave. and King's Hotel, Finder return to Herald and receive suitable black cameo brooch sur- rounded by small pearl, no valuo ex- cept to owner. Liberal reward at the Herald office. of keys. Reward for return to Fetterly Undertaking Par- lors. TO SENT TO or call tor list of houses to rent. A. J. Blackburns, Acadia Block. TO premises on Third South now occupied by "The holders to sign pe- tition for extension of time on oil, gas and petroleum leases. Petition .can be seen at L. C. Teeple's, Dominion Blockv OOEANiO WRECKED London, Sept. Brt- bureau announces v the wreck off the coast of Scot- the White Star Hner .Oceanic. Officers prew ff .were saved. ff f NOTICE I have Impounded in the. East Pound at the City of Lethbridge; since Aug 25th, 0110 smaU..-plack> LS on right shoulder. Also one iron grey gelding, white' face, white stocking on left hind foot branded heart on right hip, since Aug. 27tl- DANIEL FORBE3, BATTLE ing on shares, hogs included. .Apply to Carrollton Ranch, Limited, 6'7: D'OT minion BIdg., Edmonton, Alta. business section of a 'prosperous brick building 25s 100 feet, steam heat, electric light, etc. Good.location for gent's furnlsh- iiig or general store. Runt moderate. Apply Box 49 Herald office. [7' PROPERTY SALE FOR and lots 50, fcl and 19th St. water and sew- er. Price Terms. M. P. John- ston Co., Alberta Block. FOE owner, choice half section 22-7-18, 10 .miles N.B. Stirling, 3y. miles north Hudson Siding; all fenced and level; 100 acres 'ploughed. Will sell at sacrifice. Send me. an otter. J. Daniel Stnwe, 1436 W St Washington, D. C. For Sale or Exchange FOR trade half section raw land for cattle or hoes Apply 32 Herald 210-12 WANTED To exchange green feed Or oats for one or more good milk Northajn, Albion TO roomed modern house with gas, in good condition, 3 doors from car lino. 525 per month to good tenant. Apply Box 32 Her- ald. Or oa Ridge FOR have' several houses in .Lethbridge and also, vacant residence lots or irrigated acreage fte will trade for farm lands. M. P. Johnston Company, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. BO IRD AND K001I FURNISHED ROOMS out- look, central location, comfortable and thoroughly modern; reasonable 'rent- al Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. FOK :i good room with modern conveniences, steam heat, Enowe' oatha n'mnge. etc.. apply Y. M. if. A. BO4RD ANP con venlencps 5 per V36k. Apply 834 7th St S IN THE MATTER OF. The Lethbridge Choco- late ana Candy Company TAIvB fiOTlCB 'that partner- ship heretofore carried on under the has fteen dissolved and the business will be carried on under t ie same name by Samuel C. Witwer and Arthur Lush only; And that Toll- er M. Huff and another, the rstiring partners, have no further connection ulth the said Company and will not be responsible for debts contracted by the said Company after the date here- of. An owing to the former t Company 'are to be paid to, and all accounts owing, by. Com- pany wilt be paid by the said Witwer and Lush carrying'on business under the said-name. Dated at tenth day of September, 1914. POAPST VIRTUE, f Solicitors' for Uis Company. seven roomed mod- ern 'houses, good location, SOS and S09 7th Ave. S., 520 per month each. R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block, Phone11191. TO new 7 roomed house, 333 15th St., near 3rd Ave. N. ?20 per month. Apply 423 llth St. S. or H. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. FOR largo beaten in ;ood condition, suitable for hail. Phone 743, 316 6th Ave. A; TO new 7 roomed house, J33 Inth St.. near 3rd Ave. N., ?20'per month. Apply to 423 llth St. S. or R, V. Gibbons, Balmoral Blk. TO airy room in pri- vate house in best part of city, board if desired; ail monern conveniences. Write Box 42 Herald. TO modern, lip-to- date, centrally located, per mouth Immediate Ring 543, C. C; Pagnuelo Co. TO room semi modern cottage, No. 628 12th Street. 516 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5, Macdonald Blk. TO to 480 acres In one block of good Irrigated land In Coal- dale district on very liberal terms. Apply Box 17 Herald. FOR now occupied by Western TinsmitUing Co., fira: door north of Herald. Ready now. Apply at' KeraW office. TO modern house, all painted and. papered since last occu- pied. Large' garden plot corner 7th Avfi. and 12th St See owner, D. H. Elton, Phone 490.or 1123. TO modern 8 roomed storey and half house, pleasantly sit- uated, facing south on 7th Ave. S. Apply to Arthur Hayr, Hayr Hard- ware Co. TO roomed house, 1262 6th Ave. AS., all modern convenien- ces at per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Co., lio Sherlock Blk. Phono 1291. TO building size 24x40, Lethbridge Collieries. Good opening for drug store. For particulars apply Box 301 Coalhurst, Alta. LOTS FOE SALE WANTED TO jrood farms on crop payment plan. Require that same be fenced and. at least thirty acres broken per quarter. Give full particulars in first letter as to location, amount broken, etc., and state absolutely lowest price. Musi have full, particulars at once.' Will deal with owner's" only. Box 1040, Medicine Hat, Albertai on. L. B. of Col- lege Physicians and Surgeons. Al- berta. ''Suite 316-1S, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1414. VIA VI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY (The Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Blk.'Hours 4 to 0 p.m. dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment Miss B. S. Cool. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mra, Van Wnarlera's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 704.Sixth Avenua South. Phono 746. MATERNITY refer- ences given, terms reasonable. Mrs. M. A. Mason, Warner, Alta. DRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction .guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. B. J. Pannell. Room 41. Dominion Bldg. DRESSMAKING AND SEWING of all kinds done, prices very reasonable.. Mrs. C. McKenzie, 946 12th Street South. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as pos- sible David Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. 222-0 MUccIlantous for FDR buggy good con- dition, and chickens, cheap. Apply shack rear 1217, 7th Aye. S. PIANO TO for sale; good aa-now, Phoae 1162, call 414 13th St. South. 229-6 'OR SALB-rPue Pianola, Bench and ilusic, all- ;ln' perfect condition, a bar- gain. Mason Eisch Ltd. FOR easy pay- ments, a Piano' cased Organ in perfect condition. Mason Risen Ltd. OR M J GIBSON-Dentlst of Royal Collego o( Dental Surgeons! Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Denial Certificate, omen: 6 and 6, BrvahgEluck. iVPIions 1071.; DR. L. W Drs Courtico and Graduate! University of Maryland. OWce homw Macdon'alcl-Blk. LctUbrldge .ORS. miocessors to Drs. Stewart and Mo! Clure. Hours; 9 to B. Omen, 'Hig-. lubotham Block.'" Phono 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal C6ilog6': of Surgeons. Licentiate Royal College ot- Physlclftns (London) L-.D.S.. 1900.! Hours: 9-lii; 1.5. Offlca: 6-8. BOB! Office Block. c: PIANO TUITION j PUPILS FOR 1401- 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Th'epry. Pupils prepared for Hoyal A'cau'emy and College of Music, London, Eng., or Toronto Conservatory exams. If do- sired. Studio 1226 6th Avenuo A, South, Lethbridge. ABBIE G. 3rd Ave. S., teacher of Harmony and Musical History, will open her classes on Sept. 7th. Interesting and practical system used with children, leading up to tho best re- sults In Technique 'and Music'aV'Sn- terpretation for advanced pupils. Pupils prepared -for examinations desired. Phono ,1529. KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten for a limited! number of children, between thei ages of four and six years, A Kin-' dergarten Musical Course will he' included. Junior and Intermediate1 pupils for piano will also be ac- capted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave South on or before Sept. 1st. KING EDWARD'S fcrook, B. C. Headmistress, ailss V M. Cherrington. Boarding school for girls and young hoys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High School; curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography! and Bookkeeping. Special attentioni given to Drawing, Painting Sketch-1 ing from nature, etc. .Write for prospectus. PIANO TUNING" Q._H. CRIMPS, EXPERT TUNER-, Player-Fiano'and Organ repairer'-. 20 years factory.; experience-; Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to the loading SURVEYING I. F. and: Alberta, Lani-.S'jrvcyor; Irriga- tion -Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms S and 6, Whitney O. Boi .667. Phone FOR tomatoes delivered o any part of the city. 90c per case, 'rache Bros., Phone 1003, Henderson FOR head 2 year old high grade Holstein heifers. M. T. Crox- all, Raymond. ruiv have practically lew .Heintzman. .mahogany case; will ioil-at big sacrifice if taken at once. >1I at 618 6tii Ave. S. or Phone 1230. of feed, FOR acres of green fcei about 30 acres first class teed, barley .nd wheat, half mile north east eight mile lake. .Make me an offer. Apply .212 6th Ave. S. ?OR used Mason Risen Jpright Piano in mahogany case and ooks like new; a snap and easy pay- ments. Mason Riseh Ltd. TOR Canada eager for the greatest selling book of generation. 'Modern Europe: Causes and Issues of-The Great War." Thrilling ilius- .rations. Low prico. Best terms. Ex- traordinary .m'oriey making opportun- ty. Splendid sample book free. Win- ston Co.. THE NURSING MISSION 'nurses, for' mater- nity and'- surgical- and 'charges 'according to the cir- cumstances of the patient Poor patients cared for freo of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty 'also provided. 'For further .partic- ulars apply to the Nursins Mis- sion.'1414 7th Avenue South. Phono 1283. {MissjvA-' M- "iiisy, Supervisor. M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. .Mackenzie. Grad. Nurss. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., FOR .SERVICE We.flnd the position. We find tha position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The, complete machine.) Remington. No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column'Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift' an'd 'light touch.) Smith-Premier; (The machine with a key-forjeash. RartIhgton-Juhlo'r V marKet'aWflcid'orlts ownj .THEY ALL HAVE; THE ,REMINGTON .DURABILITY, f Everythinij in iypewriter J. PASSMORE, Building) 'Lethuridge, Alberta, DUFF (Wm. M Ed- wardj. B.AiSc., Domlrilda -and' Al- oerca Land Donald .A. DuC, biue print- ing, clril enflnterine -and land-sur-' vcylag. Suite'205 Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbridue, Alta. AUCTIONEE5 and City Licensed Auctioneer. Snles of ail Kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Llye stock and farm sales, a specialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St North. Phone 1033. Residence Phone CSS Downtown onVo at the Lethbriuge-i Wevlmni Kcaltr nn 11-1 UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent: lor the Someryille Marble Granite- Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone E61. deuce 284 "7th S. Phone 1178. Open day and night. S. V. Director ana Emho'.mer. 411 6th Street South, Phonp 1802 nlsht or day. L WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail. All Varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc.. cellar space-for- rent. Hyde and Saunders, cornlr 2nd Are. and 12th St S P. O. Boi 1187. Phone W. D. of lira Instl- stltiite of Chartered Accountants o! England and Walei, and' of the Ic- tute ot Chartered Accountants ia Alberta. Letaorldgg. Wi A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbridge Medicine Hal Accountancy in all its Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory Systematizing, Trust Work, Inves- tigate Resident. R. j. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;