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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta i'AGE TWO THE LBTHBRIDGE HERALD The War News Daily until Dec. 31 For 75 cents We have made a special rate'to all new-sub- scribers living out of the city, and will send TJIE LETHBRIDGE HERALD To Any Address from now until Dec, 31st, 1914, for Kegular 'Yearly All subscriptions will start the same day as received. The Dally Herald Lethbridge, Alta. I enclose 75c for which-please send The Daily Herald until December 31st nest. Name Address SEND MONEY BY REGIS- TERED MAIL OR POST OF- FIOE ORDER. The Lethbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA -pER iggO.CU. FT. 10 flays" Cross Discount Net 30c 5c NQTICE GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this year, the following rates for Natural Gas become 35c 25c 20c 15c First cu. ft. per monthly perio3.it. Next cu ft' per monthly period----- cu. ft per monthly period.. 23c-------oc Next per monthly period.. 20c '5c POWER REPOSES: -J First cu. ft. per montjiFy 2005. ''Sc 17e Next B.OOO.COO cu ft per 20o 4o 16c Next cu. ft per monthly-period. S0o5 EC 4fc- consumers using more than twenty, million cubic feet per monthly period, the net rate for the'entire will1 be fifteen cents per thousand cubte feet. s -t The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Unreserved Auction Sale Of 50 Head of Choice Dairy Cows At the Old Farm, three miles south of Lethbridge, on Tomorrow, Wednesday High Grade Holstelns, JJurhams and Ayreshires of the best milking strains. 2 Registered Holstein Bulls, three years old, with papers 2 Registered Jersey Bulls, one year old 5 Heiler Calves, high grade. HORSES 1 Grey Team delivery team 1 Bay Horse, eight years old, well broke 1 Roan Horse, years old. 1 Saddle Pony. 2 Berkshire Sows. 6 'Yorkshire 'Sows. 1 Berkshire Boar. One Covered Delivery Milk Wagon Half Cain, balance six months. Credit, on furnish- ing approved .joint notes, with 8% per annum off all credit amounts for cash. J Sale will commence at one o'clock sharp. J-. A. SMITH, CHAINEY A GATTRELL, Auctioneer. Proprietors. tETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE TIME TABLE (Effective After June lit, 1914) ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS .DDE TO ARRIVE AT POST OFFICE FROM: .a.m., daily; p m, daily, except Sunday. pm., dally. 100 pm., dally; except Sunday p zn, dally, except Sunday (Aiders u u t p m., daily, except Sunday, (Coutts Branch) a.m., daily, except Sunday, (Cardston Branch.) Royal View, Stafford, a-u daily except Sunday (Stage line) Turin, Iron Springs, Optlc--4.00 POL, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Stage MAILS CLOSE AT POST OFFICE FOB: noon, dally, excerpt Sunday. ISO pm., daily, except Sunday; registered mall at 000 pm. pm, daily, except Sunday (Via Macleod.) 00 p m., daily (Registered mall at 6 00 p m. ewcept Sunday) p.m., dally (Registered mall at 3.30 p.m. except Sunday.) a in., dally (Registered mail at 7 00 a.m except Sunday.) pm., daily, (Registered mail at 430 pm. except Sunday.) View, Stafford, am, daily, (Registered mail at 1000 Mn. except Sunday.) Bndial, Turin, Iron Springs, am! Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, i Friday (Itefletered mall pm) P. 0., May Silt, 13U. ft H. HIQINBOTHAM, Postutster. Legislative Assembly of the Province of Al- berta EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES RE- LATING TO PRIVATE BILLS. 62. All applications for Prhnle Dills, tho subject of legista ilon by the Legislative Assembly ot Alberto, within the purview of 'The British North America Act 1867, whether for' the erection of. a ibrldge, the making ot a railroad, tramway turnpike, road, telegraph, or telephone line, the construction or improvement of a harbour canhl, lock, dam, slide, or other like work, tho granting of n right of ferry; the Incorporation 01 any particular, trade, or calling, or of nny joint stock company, or other- wise for granting to -im indtUuual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doing any matter or thing which In its operation would affect the rights of property of other parties, or relate to any particular class of the com- munity, or for making any amendment of a like nature, to any former Act, shall rctiuire a notice, clearly and dis- tinctly specifying the nature aud ob- ject of "the application, aud where the application refers to nny proposed work, indicating generally the loca- tion of-the worlvand signed by or.On behalf of the applicants, such notice to be two months between the close of the next preced- ing Session and the. tima of the con sideration of the petition, in four is sues of The Alberta Gazette, and of ono other newspaper, published in English; and'within two weeks from the first appearance of such notice in The Alberta Gazette two copies of the said Bill, with a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for. the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages, and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purposes of this Kule 450 words shall be held to constitute a page, and also in th? case ot a Bill incorporating a com- pany, a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for.sueh sum as would be payable ty the applicant or applicants for the incorporation of 'company with a similar capitaliza- Jon to the capitalization of- the company sought to be incorporated "by such Bill, shall be placed by the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to get the said Bill printed forthwith. of the newspapers containing the nrst and last insertion of such notice shall be sent .-by the.parties in- serting such notice to. the Clerk .of Jie House to be filed amongst the records of the Committee on Stand- ng Orders. Table of Fees to be Paid to the Reals- _trar of Joint Stock Comoanlts Under Rule 52 (See Cap. 20, 1913, Second Session.) For registration ot a company whose nominal capital does not exceed ?BO 00 For registration of a 'company whose nominal" capital ex ceeds 520000, the above fee of with following additional fees regulated ac cording to tb.e amount of cap! to say: For every or part ot 55- 000 after the to QPn 5 00 For every or, part of after the first ?100, 000 up to 000 3 00 B'or every or part of thereafter 20 00 J R COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. Ad-1, 24 BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROTDBLE Take a glass of Salts before breakfast if your Back hurts or Bladder bothers you. The American men aid women must guard constantly against Kidney trou ble, because we oat too much and all our food is rich Our blood Is filled with uric ac-d which the kidneys strive to filter out, they weaken from Overwork, become sluggish, the elim [native tissues clog and the result Is kidney trouble bladder weakness and a general decline in .health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead jour back hurts or the urine is cloudy full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night, if sou suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, aold stomacn, or jou have rheumatism when the weather Is bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts, take a table- spoonful in a glass of water Jjefore breakfast for a few days and jour kidneys will then act fine This fa mous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been ;used for gen- erations to flush and stimulate clog ged kidneys, to neutrai the acids in' the urine so It no longer Is a source of Irritation, thus ending bladder dls orders. 1 Jad Salts is Inexpensive, cannot In jure, makes a delightful effer7escent lithik-water beverage, and belongs hi every home because nobody can make a 'mistake foy having a sopd'.kittaey flushing any time Sold by J D nig inbotham t Co., Limited. The Herald Want ad. boy says: I'll Introduce you to household that rail Interest In Itt servants, pays top. wages and offers bist for house- farm by man and wife with no children good cook and man experienced In stock and farm work ipply Hor aid office V lAMAWANTAIi Da Forest Porter.) t. SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper to two or more gentlemen Good cook, economical excellent references Ap pH Box 50 Herald office as cook (camp or or similar job; wages according to amount of .work. At liberty October loth. Address Box 9 Herald TEACHER WANTED TEACHER the Leth- bridge'Inspectorate, to act as district editor for the AHierta School Journal. Duties, .to -write notes, and to receive subscriptions; .adver- tisements, etc. Liberal payment- on accoptod matter, which, with commis- sions, should average to month. Must have ?JOO cash.to in- vest In stock of company now. form- ing to take over ''present "business, which shows profits on1 past 'earnings equal to a dividend As'only one appointment will foe made-in', each in- spectorate, fthis is an unusual oppor- tunity for a inr, crease present.salary. Apply, at once' to Editor Alberta School Journal, Stratticona SITUATIONS VACANT one wltli soiiie 'exporlouco in accoimting preferroil. Apply Box 15 Herald. 380-C i -MISCELLANEOUS- WANTS' harness and deliv ery rig Apply SOY 10 tb winter good sheds and running water, would take part stock for payments Apply C C Brown, Bentley Alta to winter..! Plenty, of feed. Would take payment. S: Sidles, HAT many cattle or sheep can jou feed on your farm this winter' We will arrange and buy your hay in stack with privilege of feeding it on jour land if you have supply of wate- Farm Products Ltd W J Llovd, Mgr Phones 365 and 1017 220-0 BOAKD AND.ROOai BOARD AND ROCfe-Mee clean and comfortable, Ap- ply 244 15th St FOR A good rooia ail modern conveniences, heat, shower Datus jiunge etc, apply "T MCA 24-0 BOARD AND con feniences, ?6 Apply 834 7th St S !PFTE MURPHY Starlaml Tonight PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds (Office IIM Office 462 HIM Now, More than Ever, it is important that the shrewd buyer read the store news It points the way to big savings of money in daily expendi- tures. It constitutes a directory of those who are not ing prices.' teacher for West Lothtoldge Southern S D. No. 3038; duties to'start at once.- State- salary nnU qualifications. Address J K 35 _____ ..'omnh'ooot also to help milk, on farm near town Phono. 1167? eight to nine clonings, or address Lbiele'es, care of C R. Danlol good men wanted, mint hive little teash, monej maKer right party Apply at once No other than hustlers need apply Auto- matic Hose Coupler Co Lid, Room 117, Sherlock Bldg. and women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positlcns or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates' make big money; catalogue and terms free Woler Barber College, G04A Centre St., Calgary. "The World's Great- est only European War Book sold for a quarter; double your money. Copy prepaid 25 cents. Hollinrake Specialty .Co., Toronto. help required for plain cooking and housework Apply Box IS Herald. TO SENT L. 10 Sit roomen fully nluuo.u cottage CIS 12th St S, half block from car line price per month Apply to Palace Clothing Store, next :b Bank of' Commerce, 6th Street South, TO furnished foul roomed apartment with every modern convenience in the Victoria Mansions Also one furnished two-roomed suite with'prlvnte hath. Apply at the office corner 3rd Aie and 10th St South Phone 636 TO or call for list, of louses to rent. A. J. Blackburne, Acadia Block: TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valet." Available Sept. 1st.' Apply A: B. Stafford, Stafford Block. 217--6 TO rooms, week; -light-housekeeping rooms per-week. Board if desired. Modern conveniences. Apply Mrs. M. Gamer- on, .329 llth St. S. TO modern house, fully decorated 813 8th Ave. S. Particu- lars, and key at 101S 12th St. South, or Phone lilS. TO new 7 roomed house, 333 15th St., near, 3rd Ave. ;N. per month. Apply 423, llth St. S. or K. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. TO roomed cottage.jiear- ly new; also two or three unfurnished and- cosy for light housekeeping? All-fully'modern. Ap- ply. .527112th St. A-. North: or Phone 694 TO S roomed, house. 319 13th situated between 3rd and 4th :Ave.. facing.-west, possession. Oct. 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr, care-of Hayr Hardware'Co. Professional CaMs DR. M." J. 'Of KoyalColleniVof >F '.Bioci, Residence Sixth-Avecue. Offlce hours 11-12! DR C C. Sur: geou, A.'cooclier. Offlcu at residence corner Sti Avenue, ;8outli and 7th Street South. Hours: 1-3: 830 Phone DR. Eye, Nose and Throat, Dominion Bulldlr.g. hours 930 to 12; S-B; evening" h? appointment. Phonis, office 341; residence' 593, and Organ repairer? zo years factory experience. "'Hon- ours Certificate, London. England. Reference to the leadlns musicians of tho city. Pione 116! 1253 Clh Ave A South FOR' at 319 6th Av.e" South A snap'.if taken at once, by the lot or by piece FOR SALEriA good bunch of well bred Clyde horses; nearly all mares and fillies, or would trade for cattle or sheep I could keep horses till next spring if Owner, John Dodds, Belsekelv Alta. For Sale or Exchange TO for stock, 25 miles N W of Edmonton. For par- ticulars enquire of te Flynn, P M, Riviere Qui Barre. Alta. Steamship Ticket Office SAFETY 8PEEO SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Line Royal Mail Steamera, French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canad ian Cnnas-d Line. New York and Canad Ian service Canadian Northern Boyal Mail Steamers Donaldson Line .to Gmsgov. Anchor Line to Glasgow North German Llovd Hamburg American and all other Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares, direct sailing Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Cier- raonitz Krakan and all other Contin- ental i. nts: Buy your tickets where yon get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. E. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. TniS FASE SOES TO KrtfcSa AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS BY THIS HOC? TO ENSURE, IN- PAY AS OR- OERfO, THE REVINGTON We tlnd the stenographefthat (ultt Ms We flnd'the position that euiti the'-lttnojrap Adding and Subtractfno Remington No M m. Remington No. 10. (has the only Column S sfllft key foK (Has a, market oV THEY, ALL HAVE -THE REMjNaTON'pOrlMsWTY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies. A J. PA8SMORE, Acadia Bulldlnft Lethsrldae, Alberta. Monarch (wonderful for Its light sfllft .Smith Premier (The machine Wifh of .Maryland, Offlco Macdonnld. IJlk.- Phone 1165 Lethbridge, Alta.; DBS; 'MARRS AND snccesiofs to Stewart and Me- Hours: 'flig- Inhotham Phone1.374.' DB.-E. -Ber of Hoyal Licentiate Royal ''Collage ot Physicians (London) 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. <-S.: Pott Office Block. PIANO TOITION PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. o( Piano, Harmony and Theory. Piiplla prepared for Royal Academy' and College of Music, London, 'Erig., or Toronto Conservatory exams 'if sired.; Studio 1226 6th Avenue" A, South, Lethhrldge. ABBIE G. 3rd Avo S., teacher of-Pianoforte; Harmony and Musical History, will-open her classes on Sopt: 7th.' '.Interesting and practical system used with children, leading'-up-to the best re. suits in Technique.and Musical In- terpretatlon for 'advanced pupils. Pupils prepared for examinations it desired Phone 1529 L KINDERGARTEN' MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten' for. a limited number of children, between the ages of four and six years..' A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will be included Junior Intermediate pupils for piano Till also be ac- cepted Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or before Sept. 1st KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C 'Headmlstreis, MiBs V M Cherringtoa. Boarding school Birla and young boya. Braoinr mountain climate Pull High School curriculum Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping Speoial attention given to Sketch- ing from nature, etc. for prospectus. SURVEYING J. P. HAMILTON. B.A.8c.-DomInion sad Alberta Land Surveyor: Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. Rnomi and 6, Whitney Blook. P. 0 Boi S57. PlionnSlOll DUFF Jl Ed- wards B A.Sc, Dominion and Al- berta Lama Surveyor; Donali A. puff, C Mug j rlnt- civil englnetrinR-ancL land inr- reylng Suite 205 Sherlock BMg. Lcthhrldge. Aita. 4.1! AUCTIQNEEB W. L. and City ftdm of all Kinds conducted on reaspnabls termi. Un stock and farm OfflM at ft. tyilsoo ftirnlturB Co., 404 ISto St. North. Phone 10JS Resident? Phone E85. Downtown offlce at the Lethbrldgfl- wevburn BMitT pn UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; alio agent for the Komerville Marble t Granlta Works, ot Calgary. Offlet opposite Court House Pnaro 681. dence 284 7th 8. Phon. 1171. Open day and 8, V. Director and! Embalmer 411 6th StnM goutai Phono 1803 night er day. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All varletlM tlmothr, aUalffc bine Joint, mind hay. upland hay, oat hay tnd itraw. Mixed carload! e Storage for household fOMs, etc, cellar space for rent. Hyde and) Saundrn, corner 2n4 Are aiid Uth T Q Bin 1187'PhDBe'1844. W. D. Instl. BtltairofWarSiTd Aocoualants of ensHM ika In- tute ot Aertttofants In Alberta., t r i r. fil W, A! Chartered i in Secreitrlal, yitemaHri LelhbrMai Ret deni II. Ji RITCHIE PATER80N, Chartered Aeanmlant (Scot) ;