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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE ,DAM.Y HERALD MONDAY, SBHTEMBER 1914 The Herald is today in receipt of a. litter from a wcK-known Alberta rancher, whose opinions with reteF enoe to horse breeding are respected- throughout the country. He makes a. suggestion which may well be com- mended to tlio Horse Breeders' as-' soclatton for consideration nnd ao .His letter, In part, is as fol-. do It. I think it would DO a .good plan for the Horse Breeders' association to call n meeting to organise a definite campaign to set the government trade." First Aid Exam. Results'- The following arc the results of the aSaminatio'JS in first aid yiven by Drs. Thomson and Galbraith, to the Leth- bridgo corps of the St. John Amtra- lion. VI think that most of us now realize, that we have all got. to do something j lanco -association. There are eight to" help our country at this critical medallion men nnd three label men. time, and there'is no question Irar tnat we all can assist in some way, i! we really wish to do so. It occurs to me that the horse-breeders of the can help their country very ma- terially, acd at the same- time help themselves also. I am bringing this matter to your attention, and would suggest that you take it up through your columns. "Let us assume that a large number; of horses will be required for this war, If not just at once, at any rate 1: for cavalry, artillery these horses must be broken, and well broken. 1 would ap- peal to the patriotic horse-breeders to offer their best horses at a fair finite, and to sei! as many as they- possibly can. Supposing thc-y run themselves short of broken horses for. their own wants, they can easily bi-eiik in others, and thereby give, work to men whp might not other-wise ily'obtain work. Broken Horses. I would sell horse I could, and go to work at once and buy unbroken horses, and put them to work, Hereby circulating money and giving extra; employment. I would keap" on breaking horses all winter, and I would also feed them well during the winter, and have them In good condition for sale in the spring, when they The medallions are given Jor the best marks obtainediover. three years, and the label for evea" better records. Chief Hardy is now arranging to drill two teams of cadets for the first aid competitions for the Ross rifles. Five of these rifles are given to the cadets making the best marks, the competi- tion being open to the province. Leth- bridga took second place last year Allies Have Recfbss- ed River Aisne CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE THOUSANDS OF GERMAN DEAD Paris, Sept. foreign officer who visited srene of Saturday's fighting when the allied aiihtes were uursuing the fleeing lelt wing oi Ger- mans at Betty just south oi Soissons, dcscrilcs a terrible scene o! carnage, i The fields and woods were thickly strewn with thousands had (alien ir. that disSriot., GERMANS UAHRYIXG PILES OP LOOT Paris, Sept. oi the wound-. German privates brought to the j American Hospital yesterday had liisj pockets crammcit with articles, mak- The Herald Want ad. boy Says: I'll find a ttenc-graplur for" who ca" pable conteiontlouo and accurate. A young worn an whom you'll be glad to odd to your offfee staff. mg a package when it was all tied up together, aho.ut IS inches- SQua: Among them wcfs.'fifty pocKet books, a string at pearls and many small articles. The Germans arc kept in a separ- ate v.-ard and a guard is maintained with onlv two weeks' training, and at each door in the fear that some n ILU i 4hn Siiuni tul mnrlif. Chief Hardy hopes to make- a better! oi He Turcos in showing this year, as the competitions j attaci them. the hospital might stiil neiirlv Eis -051-.S I GERMAN' ADVANCE "senior (Dr. Robert JWAS VERY RAPID Faulds (Taber) 90, Thos. Hardy 90, London, Sept. high official Wm H S Short 9S, Jas. Gordon 06, jist returned from the north of Geo Hislon SS Hugh McWiiliams France, says a despatch to live Reut- cra.imic_t Frank Miles 100 Samuel Smith 90, j er agency from Paris, gives details Jno B Barklej 95 Henry Short of advance oi the Germans through Harold" Shales "75, James" White France before they were repulsed. He be much in demand. I am confident that our Al- fcerta 'horsemen have the opportunity of doing something for their country and for themselves, and also for the good nama of the Alberta bred horse, if they will handle the situation in a business-like way, and encourage ths army remount purchasers to buy their horses. To do this they must offer their good-horses at a fair price and in satisfactory numbers, and have -them in good- condition, and really well broken. is no reason why a very good trade cannot be done, and it rests with titfi horsemen themselves to go in and James Bowker 55, John Wlgg 50. La- bel Hardy 100, Fred Ba- ker 100, Wm. Lilburn 100. Cadets (first aid for Junior certifi- cates, Dr. Frank S. son 70, Oliver Fullerton 60, Norman Higinbotham 60, Austin Sketth 75, Jlartla Geoghegan 65, John Shand 60, Brian SmythB 6S, Wada Ridpath 50, James Wilson 75, Arthur Mcllvena 60. -WINNIPEG GENEROUS Their Patriotic Fund Has Alr-ady Reached Mark Washington, Winnipeg, Mau., Sept. peg's Patriotic Fnnd is now approxi- mately On Saturday noon, when the last reports were made, it amounted to and since then some big subscriptions have been re- ceived, including one for 56000 per year from tie lirm of H. K Drew-y, j.ciU83 Mr. Bry SITUATIONS VACANT stenographer, one vlth, somo experience m account4ng yyctenad Appl) 15 'eicher for Utitbrldeo Southern S D No 3088, duties to start at once State bjlniy and qualifications Address J coon, also to'help mtlk, on farm near town. Phone 1467, eight to nlua evenings, or address Hoy Loveless, caro. of C. It Daniel. 0 i. Four good men wanted; must have llttte cash; money maker forlright party. Apply -at once. No b'tlilar '-Ulan huatlera-nced'.apply. Auto- matlC'Hoso Cbunler; Co.. Room -ijffi Bldg. 0 women to learn .Eight 'weeks required; positions or locations secured- as soon graduates ..make, big nipney; catalogue v and terms -free. Molcr. Barber -College, -G04A Centre St.V Calgary. Middle aged woman for general housework. Permanent posi- to right ;party... Apply P. Bl'aiitmirh. Alberta. genera oung -girl lor-- lioliseworli. .Apply to 1230 -5th Avenue South. 227-6 TO furnished.foui roomed apartment with every modern convenience in tho' victoria Mansions one I'nruished two-roomed suite witll private batli. Apply at the office corner 3rd Ave. and 10th SU; South says the enemy passed through Lour-l -vvANTEDV-Work :on farm man Cuinc, Roubaie, Lille, Douai, Arras' aml {vitVwitlynp'children: wife-good cook, and and .-farm- -Box.'.37 Her- and Amiens, with extreme rapidity met with Httle'resistance, which Ciplams the leniency displayed to- ward these towns in the matter oi war levying. Everywhere the Germans appealed to the civil authorities, promising to respect the lives of the inhabitants, if no act o' hostility was committed ajainst their soldiers. They arrived in Lille on Sept. 3 and left on the fifth. ahi j_________ po sition as cooks with threshing outfit; good and reliable. 425 12th St. S. PROTEST AOAINST ATROCITIES Lethbridse. as housekeeper to two or more gentlemen. Good cook, economical, excellent references. Ap- .ily Box GO Herald office. as cook (camp or baker or similar job; wages according to amount of work. At liberty October 15tli. Address Box 8 Herald. TEACHER WANTED TO RENT Phone '636. TO or call for list ot houses' to rent. A. J. Blaekburno, Block. TO premises on "Third Avenue South now occupied-by. "The Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. TO rooms, 51 per week; light housekeeping rooms per week. Board if desired. Modern conveniences. Apply Mrs. M. Camer 'on, 329 llth St. S." TO modern house, fully decorated S13 Sill Ave. S. Particu- lars and key at 101S 12th St. South. or Phone 1418. TO new 7 roomed house, 333 loth St., near 3rd Ave. N. ?20 per month. Apply 423 llth St. S. or R V Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. Ltd. The management of the fund has- received applications for assist- ance on behalf of 328 families of re- servists and volunteers, representing about 3250 wives and children of men who are' going to the tront. GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this .year, the following rates for Natural Gas hecome effective: RATES PER 1000 CU: FT." 10 days Gross Discount Net Fiat cu. ft. per monthly perjod----- SSc 35e Nszt SM.OOO en. ft. per monttly period.....30c, 5c 25c Next cu. ft. per monthly 2oc 5c 50o Next cu. ft per montnly period.. 200 5c 15c POWER PURPOSES: Hrst cu. ft per monthly period----- 20c 3o 170 Next cu. ft per monthly-period----- 20c 4c 16c Nest cu. ft. per monthly period... 20c Be 16c consumers using more than twenty million cubic feet per monthly period, the net rate for the entire account will ne fifteen cents per thousand cubic feet. THe Canadian Westeri Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited aident Wilson at Cornish, NB., asking when he would receive the Belgians. month, llust-have The commission will remain, to.New [vest in stock now. .form- -_-.c until the time for their reception at" the White House has been deter- mined. Auction Sale Of 50 Head of Choice Dairy Cows At .the. Old Fail-field Farm, three miles south of Wednesday, September 16th High Grade Holsteins, Durhams and Ayreshires of the best milking strains. 2 Registered Holsteln three years old, ivJth sr.pcrv 2 Registered Jersey Bulls, one year old. B Heifer Calves, high grade. HOESES 1 Grey Team, aged; good delivery team. 1 Bay Horse, eight years old, well broke. 1 Roan Horse, eight years old. 1 Saddle Pony. HOGS 2 Berkshire Sows. 6 Yorkshire Sows. 1 Berkshire Boar. One Covered Delivery Milk Wagon. :Cash, balance-six.months. Credit, on furnish- tnf tpproTCd jolnfuotes, with S% per-annum oft all credit amounts (or cub, will commence, at one o'clock sharp. t. X. tHilfH, 'CHAINEY 4 OATTRELL, AuctlonMr. Ju the Supreme Court ci Alberta, Judicial 'Dist- trict of Lethbridge JUDICIAL. FURSTIANT to the order made Iu The- Royal Trust Company -vs Abra- ham Lincoln Foster et-al. there will- he sold by Public -Auction ,at Court House, Lethbridse, Aloerta, the 3rd day of Octaoer A.D. 1S14 at two o'clock in the afternoon, by Malcolm Young. All of Section (10) m Township Bight (8) Range Twenty '.vest of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, containing by admeasurement six hundred and forty (6-0) acres more or .less, and those parcels of land situate in Township Eight (8) Range Twenty (20) West of the Fourth Meridian in. the said Pro- vince being that portion of Section (15) which lies to the south of the sonSieriy limit of the canal right of way of the Alberta Hallway Irrigation said right of way is shown on a plan tiled in the Land Titles Office for the South Al- berta Land Registration District as Plan Irr containing i45 6-10 acres more or less, subject to such, reserva- tions a'nd restrictions 'as appears ot the, existing eertiflcato of title. Tho said land is situated aqout 10 miles from a good farm- ing .district, the soil being clay loam of' ail average depth of 11 inches with cky subsoil. Brected' on the- said lands are: Cue frame dwelling (4 rooms.) One bunk house (4. rooms.) Stable for 20 head horses. 2 chicken houses. 1 large Hog stable. 7 granaries. The land is all fenced with two and three strands of barb wire. Tho property 'will ibe offered for sale subject to a reserved bid. The purchase., price is payable 10% de- posit at the. time of sale, to the plain- tiff's Solicitors and the balance within 60 days to the ..-Clerk of the Court at Letlubridge, The conditions sale arc thi standing conditions' of the Court ar approved oy tne Masier. Further particulars .may be from Messrs. Jtulr, Jephson, Adams Calgary. Dated Sept. 3rd 1914. LATJBBNCB J. OLARKB, Approved -'.Cleric' of the Court, (ad) A.Y.B. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 tntf Prompt ing to t.a-ltb over" present business, which shows pro5ts on past earnings As appbintmeat will "fie made in each in- spectorate, this is an unusual oppor- tunity for a teacher to largely in- crease present salary. Apply at once to-'Editor, Alberta School- Journal, Stratbcona, j. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS j Party to board and carr for child1 19 months old. Apply stat iiig terms per week t'd Box 41 Herald office. TO S roomed uouse, 31D 13th St. S., situated between 3rd and 4th Ave., facing west. Possession Oct. 1st Apply Artliur Hayr. care of Hayr Hardware Co. TO modern, up-to- date, ceatrally located, per mouth immediate possession. Ring 543, C. G. Pagnuelo" Co. TO roomed modern cot- tage, central location, No. 51S Sth Str. S. per month. Caii be Inspected 'at any time. For further particulars call "or phone R. V. Gibbons, Balmoral BIoclc. Phone 1191. to wJnter; good _ sheds and water; would take I TO room semi modern cottage. No. 628 12th Street. ?1G per month. Apply N. B, Peat Co., part stock for "payments. Apply :C. C: Room 5. Macdonald Blk. Brown, Eentley, Aita. TO to 480 one lea.5e a Emaii coal mine I block of good irrigated land in Coal- Aisply giving fuii particulars as toj royalty, term of lease, etc. Can give good references. 'H. W. AUa. C bargain seekers to can at 712 6th Ave. South nest Monday afternoon and evening. See For Sale add on bac's page. Prices sell. HAT. many cattle or sheep can you feed" on your farm this winter? We win arrange and buy your hay in stack with privilege of feeding it on your land if you, have supply of water. 'Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. Phones 365 and 1017. CATTLE .winter feed- ing on shares, hogs Included. Apply to Cnrrollton Ranch, Limite'd, 6-7 .Do- minion Bids., Edmonton, Alta. BOARD AND FURNISHED ROOMS Bright put- look, central location, comfortable and thoroughly modern; reasonable rent- al. Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. a good room with ail modern- conveniences, eU'am ..heat, shower Baths, piunge, etc., apply: Y: :if..C, A. BOARD AND ROOM Modern coa- veniences; 7th St. S So per week. Apply 834 C TTI Of All Western Trtinsfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Offlce Offlce Stables "116.3 462 1664 THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR'TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS OR- DERED, Apply on very. liberal 7-Herald. TO roomed modern house with- gaa, in good condition, 3 doors from car linu. 525 par month lo good tenant. Apply; Bos 32 Her- aid. FOR now occupied bv. Western Tinsmlffling Co., nrs. Ready now. door north. of Herald. Apply at Herald office. TO modern house, all painted and papersd since last occu- pied. Large garden plot corner 7th and 12th St See-owner, D. H. Elton, Phone 490 or 1E23. TO modern 8 roomed storey and half house, .pleasantly sit- uated facing south. on 7th Ave. S. Apply to Arthur Hayr, Hayr Hard- roomed house. 1262 6th Ave. A S., all modern convenien- ces at ?2a per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Co., 115, Sherlock Bill. Phono 1391. A TO building size 24x40, Lethbridge Collieries. Good opening for drug store. For particulars apply Box 301 Coalhurst. Alta' DRESSMAKING AND kinds done, prices very reasonable. Mrs. C. McKenzle, 946 12th Street FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. -Work guaranteed. Pleaso let us have order as soon as pos- sible David Scott, Bentley Com- J of keys. Howard for return to Fetterly Undertaking Par- lors. black gelding, stripe on face, branded X4 on left thigh. 55.00 for information leading to recovery. W. Ilyaop, Lethbridge. P. R. ticket to Vancouver; Form 36 R 60252, C 41 3019; also bag- gage check No. 574035; was lost Fri- day afternoon between' station alonf 8th" St. to car barns. Finder will be regarded by CQmmunlcatlng with Mrs Symonds, 1315 6th Ave. S. or Phom 1588. Professional Cards OR. W. S. Burgeon, Accbuoher. Honri Odlce 914 Third ATenue. Phono J2CS. SborlocK Block Residence -12GO hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Olli'je phone Rosldence 1030. U.K. C. C. Sur- Reon, AocoucUor. OIBr.e resilience corner Avenue South and 7th Street Snath. Ho-Jrs: 8-9; J-3; 1 to E.80. Phone 1206. OR. Eye, and Throat: Dominion Building. Offlce touts 9.30 to 12; Z-5; evenings by appointment. Phoncn. onlce 341; residence 503. O3TEOPAVTHIC PHYSICIAN'] on. L. B. ol Col- lege PS.VBiclans and Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite SIS-IS, Sherlock Bldg. Pbone V1AV1 LETHBR1DGE VIAVI COMPANY (Tho Natural System of Treatment for Nen-ouaness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Blk.-Hours 4 to C p.m. dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, .'or by appointment. Miss E. S. Cook. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mra. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South. Phone .746.; MATERNITY refer- ences given, terms reasonable. Mrs. jr. A. Mason, Warner, Alia. 211 -6 DRESSMAKING SEWING reasonable. 534 6th St. S. (next Henderson Qar- e. Miss Knanp. FURRIER pany Store. FOR SAUJ-1 bevelled. Plate glass show case, 8ft by 3ft Sin by 2ft. Bar- gain for casli; also one double 'barrel 'hot gnn, 12. gauge, Richar-' Price 403 13th St. N. make. FOK SAI.E-Shesp; 2000.head; COC lambs, 500 fat ewes and wethers, bal- ance, breeding ewes 2- and 3 years old. Will sell any number to suit imvpr Wm G Wcnbourne, Taber, ?OR large lieaters in good condition, suitable for hall. Phone 742, 316 Cth Ave. AL TO new 7 roomed house. 333 lath St., near 3rd Ave. N., per month. Apply to 423 llth St. S. or 1 V Gibbons, Balmoral Blk. SORT 'DUggy in good con- _ ipply PIANO TO Qr for sale; good as new. Phone 1162, call 414 IStli St. South. dition and'chickens, cheap, rear 1317 7th ATO. S. POH at 319 South. A snap, if taken at once, hy ,ha lot or by piece. FOR good bunch of veil jred Clyde all mares and fillies, or would trade for cattle or sheep. I..could..keep horses till next spring if necessary. Owner, John Jodds, Beiseker, Alta.' ?OR Canada eager for the greatest Belling book of generation. 'Modern Europe: Causes' and -Issues jf The Great War." Thrilling illus- trations..- Low .price.' Best terms. Ex- traordinary .money mating opportun- ty.' Splendid sample book free. Win- ston Co... Limited, Toronto. For Sale or Exchange FOR EXCHANGE-rWill trade half section raw for cattle or hogs. Apply Box 33 Herald. T.O'BXCHANGE-rsLand for stock, 25 miles'N. 'W.'of Edmbnton. For iculars .enquire of E.. Flynn, P. M., Riviere1 Qui Barre, Alta. exchange green feed or oats for one or'rnore good milk Apply Wml. Northam, Albion Ridge. I tP'l'S gplt SALJ5 j WANTED TO good farms on-crop payment -plan. Require that same bo fenced and at east thirty acres'broken per quarter. Give full particulars in first letter aa Lo location, amount broken, etc., and state absolutely lowest price. "Must have-full particulars at once. Will deal with owners only. Box 1.040, Medicine Hat, Alberta. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., -LTD., FOR SERVICE We find the otenographsr that the position. We find the .position that suits the Adding and Subtracting (Tht Remington No. II. (lt> convenience and simplicity is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for light shift and Mont touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a key for; Men character.) Remington-Junior (Hai a marktt and field of IU own.) THEV ALL HAVE THE In Typtwrltir tuppilel; A. J. PASSMORE, Aeidlt Building, Lithnridge, Alberta. DENTAL OR. M. J. of Hoyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Denial Certlflciite. OIHco: Rooms 6 ond Bryan Bloclt.- .Phone 1071. PR. L. T. to Drs. Courllce and Graduate University of "Office hourg' Macdonald Blk. Phone 1165. Letllbriiige, AUa. AND successors to Drs. Stewart and Clwre. Hours: 9 to B. Offlce, Inhotham Bloek. Phono 874. DR. E. ber of Royal of Burgeons, (Eng.x Limntlato Koyal Colloge of Physicians (London) 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-S. Offlce: C-8. Post Odire Block. PIANO PUPILS FOR kayl HOI 7fn Avenue North. MRS. W. H. q( Piano, Harmony'and Theory. Pupils prepared for Royal Academy and College of Music, London, Eng.; or Toronto Conservatory exam's. If de- sired. Studio 122C 5th Avenue A South, Lethbrldge. ABBIE G. 3rd Ave. S., teacher of Pianoforte. Harmony and Musical History, will open hor classes on Sept. 7th. Interesting and practical system used> with children, leading up to tho best re- sults in Technique and Musical In- terpretation, for advanced pupils. Pupils prepared for examinations if desired. Phone 1629. KINDERGARTEN' MISS ANNg PORTER -.vii: open a pri. vato kindergarten for a' limited number of children, between" tho ages of four and six years. A'Kln- dergarten Musical Courso will ba included. Junior and Intermediate pupils for. piano will also be ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or before Sept: 1st. KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V II. Cherrlngton. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full Hlgh'.BcbooI curriculum. and Bookkeeping, Special attention given to Drawing, Painting .Sketch- Ing from nature, etc. Writo for prospectus; PIANO TUNING Q.-H. CrtlpPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Plaud' and 'Organ 'repairer-i .20 years 4'3cton'_.eipefierice, Hon- ours CercU'cate Mr. Assn. .London, England.. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phono lies 1863 6th Ave A South. J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-Dominlon ana Alberta Land' Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraullo Ensineer. Hooma B and 6, Whitney Block. P. d'. Box 657. Phnne 1042. DUFF M .Ed- yards.. B.A.SO, Pomlnlqn arid Al- berta Land Surreyor; Donald A. Duff, pliie print. ing, ohll englneerinB and land reyiog. Suite 205 Sherlock Elds Lethbrldge, Airs, d AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Prorlncl.1 Oltr LIcenBod Auctioneer. Of klnils conducted on reaoocabla terms. Live stock and farm sales B SBeclalty. Offlue at the Wilson Furniture Co, 404 18th St. North. Phone 1083. Residence Poone E85 Downtown oBoe at the Weyourn.Realty UNDERTAKING T. 8 Funeral Director and Embalmer, also agent for the Granite Worira, of Calgsry. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone ML. Rest dence 284 7th Are S 1J76., Open day and night. S. V. Director and Embalmer. 411 5th Phonp 1802 night or day. WHOLESALE HAV, 6RAIN AND Wholesale and rethlt AH'varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay aad Btra-i. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household eoods, .etc.. cellar space for. rent Hyde and- Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St 3 P O BbT 1244 ACCOUNTANT W. D. Instl- etltute of ot England and of tta In- tuto of Chartered "Accountants In Alberta.-- Acadia Bldg.. Letnbrldge. W. A. HENDERSON COV. C hartered i Accountants Winnipeg Lethbrldgt Medicine Hat Accountancy In all Its Srnnchei Audit, Secretariat, Ad- visory, Systematizing, snd'Trust Wort, Inves- Liquidations. Acadia Building, Lethbrldgt dWlilent R. 1. RITCHIE PATEMON, Chsrttred Accountant (Scot.) ;