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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO JE H B I-.E T H B R I D G El g A t P SEPTEMBER 28.1914 LARGE AUCTION BALE Wilt again toko place in tiw K. of P. HiUl Store, No. 437 Bth Street SEPTEMBER .30 at 2.30 p.ffl. HOUSEHOLD'FURNITURE 'must bo sold vdtliout reserve as of the following: Two Buffets One Chiffonier Dressers SidehoarJs- Four Wash Stands Two Cook Ranges 12 Beds, Springs and Mattresses Six Dining Koom Chairs 'Four Ann Chairs Two Kitchen Tables Two Heating Stoves :Two Oil Stoves One FoUling Bed One Child's Bed One Washing Machine -One S-fold Screen One Sanitary Couch Two RocWng Chairs TERMS CASH. owner Is leaving city; consisting -Two Sewing Machines Five Toilet Sets Six Fair of Blankets Four Comforters Sheets and riilow Slips Pillows, and Blinds Curtains Carpets Rugs Dishes Tubs and Boilers Wash Boards Water .Pails Glasses Cooking And other articles too numerous to mention.- GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER. n n i iftiffit Willie" Henderson the' first lucky Hud in the Y.M.C.A. boys', moni- hershlp hunt. After Jluimie Kingston had oliiKhed all over the roo! ot St. Patrick's church on Friday evening, Wlllio rises bright and early Saturday morning and discovers tho lucky pa per under a pile of building material. So far he has not found tho third set of instructions for this ticket Lamont Pulley was another lucky youngster. After crawling under tho l.H.C. warehouse platform for .nearly j an hour, he located tho. second set of instructions for ticket No. 3. About I an hour later Alfred Towle discovered the third set of instructions for this ticket at the end of the North Loth- bridge srcet car line. i Great excitement prevails among the boys nil ovpr the city. Some one hundred hoys were taking part in tho I hunt on Saturday, and many more are waiting for th-3 second set of instruc- lions which will he given out tonight at the -hoys' rally in tho "Y" gymnas- ium when the sides for the member- ship campaign will he chosen. Every boy in town is invited to the rally. Tho programme includes a s-vrim at 7.30, and games and stunts in the gym. at S; followed by short speeches from Judge Jackson, Rev. Filmer, Will Frame and others. Re- freshments wi'il be served. Splenflid Spirit Exists Amongst tiie Forces of the Allied Nations London, Sept. 2S.-For three long days without cessation Germans have hurkd their masses against French along tho entire Iront )n northern 'France. The French official view is that these operations, the fiercest that have yet taken place, by high command, meaning pos- sible direct instructions from the Em- peror himself. Their purpose has been to break through the allied lines, bat bcth French and British official re- ports say they have failed. From Paris it "is announced that not only have Germans not been able to achieve their object but haie lost a flag, and men taken prisoners in attempts The British, as usual, are laconic, "The situation is and "the counter .attacks .on the British front have ccen beaten back "with heivy losses to the enemy." The Frtmch claim appreoable pro- gress tin the left wing, and a decisive victory over the lamous Prussian guard 111 the centre, in the Woevre district, where the Germans have made gains in .the last two or three days, little is said One of tie remarkaMs things in; this great battle, wjueh has now entered upon sixtieth day is the spirit maintained by troops British, French and Germans have withstood the most terriffic shelling the world has ever known, an al- most constant rain oE bullets irom, rifles and hand to hand encounters with gun and bayonet, out all re- ports agree that they are fighting with the same determination and ten- acity as m the beginning CHAPLAIN AIDED PRIEST Catholic Translates Protestant's Words In Order That Dyinfl German May Understand Them Bordeaux, Sent. youns Ger- man soldier lay. dying of his wounds this morning in a Bordeaux hospital. He aslied for spiritual consolation, and 'a French Protestant chaplain came to his side. .The' chaplain, however, spoke no German. Hearing of the dif- ficulty, a Roman Catholic priest vol- iunteered" to interpret. The Protest- 'jant minister'pronounced the words of consolation aid'peace in French, and 1 the priest translated 'them into Ger- 'man to the dying his last peacefully.' General Change in Train Service Effective September 27 1914 Ccnsalt New Timetables Baymond, Sept.. 27. German named Miller was jesterday taien in to Lethbriage by Detective Seigt. jCcferidge. of the R.N.W.M.P., and placed in jail in that city on suspi- cion oi his being either a spy or a reservist. Miller, through a clever piece of work by Mayor Croxall and the local police, was taken into cus- tody last. Saturday morning. He was making his way toward the line when caotured, stating that he was look ing iol work He was brought into town and placed in the municipal jail In communication with Supt. Wilson, Mayor Crosall was instructed to hold him pending an investigation Miller-declares" that he is in no way. connected with, the German secret ser- vice or their army. He claims to be an American coming from. Al- sace-Lorraine in his early yoath. He returned to Fatherland, however, and wss educated there. But wm pres- sure from the authorities in an en- deavor to .force him to join the army, he. escaped -.from -Germany and re- turned to the States. He asserts that he has served in the New York and North Carolina state, which is all the mil'tary trai-'ng he has had. His. parents, he. says, are dead, but he has a. wife and two children in the east.. There are portions ol the story, which are withheld, that lead the police to believe that he is not wnat lie pretends to he. He is tall and muscular and seems to be well educated. He.'speaks good English, although with a strong foreign ac- cent. R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary REV.rJOHN PRINGLE A CHAPLAIN "Sydney, N.S., Sept John Prlngle; D.Di, pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, has received word that his cervices as.a chaplain with 'the Canadian overseas contin- gent have been accepted. After October 1st all accounts due to tlie Company, monthly gas accounts and any other accounts, will be paya-ble to the Canad- ian Bank of Commerce. The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Ill the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Dist- trict of Letlibridge JUDICIAL SALE OF FASM LANDS PURSUANT to tie order made in The Royal Trust Company vs Abra- ham Uncoln Foster et al. there will be sold by Public Auction at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, on Saturday the 3rd Apply at once No Other'rthnu hustlers need appli Antc- inatibliHose; Coupler Co Ud Room ilJ.iSheMock Bldg and women to learn Ba'rbe'r Trade Eight tetiuired, positions or locations secured as Boon as competent graduates make big 'money; catalogue and terms free. Holer Barber College, G04A Centre St., Calgary.' V 202-0 TO RENT TO the Conunught Man- sions one furnished bedroom with two beds, hot and cold water, free use of community kitchen and laundry if desired- would, -accommodate two ladies; rent per month. Lady matron in charge. Apply Victoria Mansions office, corner 3rd Avenue and 10th St. S. TO rooms Dy the day, week or month; monthly. very reasonable. Will sell at a reasonable price the Kean Block rooming house, rear of Lethbridge Hotel. R. Castle, Prop. TO room fully modern house with- balcony. No. S13 Sth Ave. South. Apply 101S 12th St. S. TO 7th Ave. South, six rooms fully 'modem. Apply N. B. Peat Co., agents, Phone 570, Mac- donald Block. TO class winter pasture irrigable laud 2 miles west of Coaldale; plenty of water. Terms ap- ply Wilson Skeith, Sherlock Bids., or phone J. P. Thorn, R S02, FURNISHED bright, comfortable, thoroughly modern and centre of city at reasonable rental. Miss. Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. TO Cth St. South; six rooms furnished, fully modem, .stable on property; ?25 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co.. agents, Room 10, JIacdonald block. TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. >nts of "ale for same. Ap- TO moflern, llp-t "in-Biro, Limerick, Scs- date; centrally located, per_moal 20 b'ro sows and 20 growlS" pigs Will change lor place on. BOB- B. Tainter, Taper, Alta. 9il 'gentleman; room and breakfast witli.'private' family. Must be close in. Apply 'giving particulars Bos 4? Herald-oijip.e. 'and sheep to feed through winter here'in1 the irrigated district Horses per head per month; cattle Special arr rangements for fattening steers. Farm Products J. Lloyd Msr., PhotfiS 10M T- -I SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-rLady wishes position as housekeeper, companion help, care of invalid, or good plain cook.. Thor- ouglily uuiucaticated, and- beat of. references. Apply to Box 52 Herald office. desiring company has newly furnished room for rent for young-lady. Apply Box 24 .Herald office __ NOTICE In the matter of The Bulk Sales Act of Alberta, and in the..matter of Joe Fong of Lethbridge, Vendor, and Gaw Dong of lUethbridge, Purchaser. Notice is hereby, given, pursuance to" the provisions of Sales Act of Alberta, that the above named pur- chaser having purchased from the above naiueti y-Suur tcrtaiii buuua, wares and merchandise has paid or delivered to the undersigned as official assignee all of the purchase price thereof consisting of moneys and securities .for money, -amounting in all to ?150.00 as required by the said Act, The creditors of the said' vendor are hereby notified to meet: in the office of Johnstone Ritchie, 415 Third Avenue South, Al- berta, at the hour 2.30 o'clock, in the afternoon of the 2nd day. of October, AD. 1514, for the pnrpoas of giving of directions with reference to-the realization and disposal of the aaid moneys and securities. Every, creditor "or person claiming 16 be entitled to rank on the said moneys and securities Is required to deliver or. send post paid to the under- signed official assignee on or before the 21st day of October, AD 1914, particulars of: "verified by statutory declaration; and -such vouch- ers as the case.admlts, and stating whether he, hold any se- curity for his claim or any part-there- of, and putting a 'specified valuo oh such security any, in accordance' with the said Act. Dated at Calgary, this 25th day ef September, A.B'. 1914. COMMONWEALTH TRtlST COMPANY, LIMITED, OfflcIalAsslgnoe. Johnstone fe Ritchie, Lcthbridgo, Solicitors for Assignee. Ad. No. 7, TEACHER WANTED TEACHER the bridge Inspectorate, to act as district editor for the Alberta School Journal. Duties, to write monthly and to receive adver- tisements, etc. Liberal payment on accepted matter, which, with eoramis sions, should average :to 'per month alnst have cash to in vest in stock of tompany now form ing to talco over present business, which shows profits on past earnings equal to a io% dividend As only one appointment will be 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, Strathcona. SHEEP FOR SALE FOR five year old Merino Cwes, 700 Wether Lambs, Lincoln grades. Price ?3.25 -per head by tak- ing the, bunch. Enquire Tennant Buckley, Milk Ptiver. Alta. 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. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Shedi PHONES f Office I Office sublet 1163 462 1664 immediate possession. ith Ring 643, C. C. Pagnuelo Co. TO. room semi modern cottage, 'No. G3S 12th Street. per month.' Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 6, Macdonald .Blk. TO roumed. modern hJ3USe-Kith gas, in good 3 doors from car, line. ?25; per month to'good tenant, aid. Apply Box S2 Her- FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co., firs: door north of Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald office. TO roomed house, 1262 Sth Ave. A all modern 'convenien- ces at per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Co, 115 Sherlock Bile. Phone 3291. TO semi-Improved farms in the Hardisty district, or sell on long terms, to suit purchasers. This district has never suffered from poor crops. Apply owner, W. R. Al- ger, 752 25th St., Edmonton. TO. irrigated farm b miles from Lethbridse, 180 acres hay, 100 acres grain, good buildings and plenty of water; good-dairy-proposi- tion. -Possession of 180 acres can be given now, full possession March 1st. Apply to S. S. Dunham, Lethhridge. MONEY TO LOAN PRIVATE MONEY TO has to loan for two years at .ten per cent, on improved city, 'property. Apply P. 0. Bos 141. I 10th" and llth leather purse containing money. .Own- er may have same hy calling at 613 10th St. S. containing sum of money. Owner 'may have same by proving ownership' and paying ibr this ad. Apply J. Taylor, Taylor Milt- ing Elevator Co. 243-H> THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical capes (except contagious and charges according to. the .cir- cumstanceB of the. patent Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing -Mis- sion 1414 ?th Avenue South, Phono 1233. (Mies) A. M. Til ley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse, (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. Professional Cards MEDICAL R W. a, Surgeon, Accoucuof pm. OSlce 014 Ihlrd Phonp i25s >R Sherlock Block Kenidonco 1265 Aieeue Offlca hours 11 ia{ l-d. 7 OuVje unone 3'L Kcridenco 1099.________ OH C 0 bur tfeon, jjtccoiicUor. Ofuos-iit residence corner rtb Avenua South and fib Street South. Hours: 8-8; 1-8; 7 to 8.30. Phono 1S08. DR> Bye. Nose ana Throat: Dominion Office hours 9.30 to 12: 2-6: evenings by appointment. Phones, office 311 residence R93. ___ on. L. 8. ot Col- lege Physicians and Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite S18-1S, Sherlock Bldg. Phono 1J14. .____ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and maternity Home.. 1224 7th Avenue South. Vhono 74fi. _____ PRESSMAKING SEWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. E. J. Pannell Room .Bldg. by tne day done at home. Phone 1738. Miss M. Far- rtes. 406 "15th St. ART EMBROIDERIES __________I NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. LES- SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Firmer Phone 7S3. 14th Ave. S. Miscellaneous for Sale FOR cow and bull, re- gistered; also black team standard bred geldings, 4 and 6 years old. ply W. A. Ott, City. 24-1 rent or :or sale. Terms -tven to reliable party. Phone 1162. lall 414 13th St. South. ?OR second hand Pianola, nahogany case, bench and music. All n perfect condition. Will sell cheap. Vlason Risch Ltd. second hand Mason ilisch Piano in perfect condition and ooks like new; a rich mahogany case and a good full tone. Easy erms can -be arranged. Mason and Risch Ltd. FOR hand Dxhrldge Organ in a beautiful walnut piano case, full octave and rich tone. A ;nap for sortie one Cash or easy terms. Mason S. Hisch Ltd ad 30 TOTi ton of alfalfa ant. 'on green feed, also pasture with "-a alfalfa crop on and lot of second growth green oats, lots of water; two nlies from stock yards y Box 0 Herald. For Sale or FOR 30 cars famous Stony'plain potatoes. What offers? Single cars or any quantity. Hard- wick Russell, Shippers, Stony Plain, Man. ?OR Columbia Jruit lands anywhere, including 'Van- couver Island. City property or oil stocks exchanged lor Alberta (arms. trade -everything." Wittlchen Real Estate Calgary, Alia. WILL automobile for cil shares in the following com- panies, Okotoks, Alberta Petroleum, Elder, Prudential, .Western Pa- cific. Apply Castle Hotel. EXCHANGE ex- change Spokane city and farm pro- perty for improved or unimproved Al- jerta land.- Wilts with fall partic- ulars and price, "A. Herman, 227 Hut- ton Wash. SALE OR have jethhrldge clear titla'vacant house farm lands to excnauge 'or Wnnnipeg property. What have you? State full particulars. Box 3, Herald. offlcB. FOR SALE OR.. Ave. S. near 12th eight room louse, lane side and rear; future hirsi ness cheap on easy terms, of exchange" Address Box 29, Her- ald .Office.: PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lota In Parkdnle, ime six years; only the Interest to bo jald the first year. Write Alta Kel- aey, Springfield, "S. D.. Transfer 13S6 Artful mni Prompt Sirvltt THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER FOR SERVICE Wo find the stenographer that lulti position. We rind the position thai tulti tho Adding Subtnctlng Typewriter (The complete Remington No. II. (Its convenience and simplicity la Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful fcr Ito'llght shift and light touch.) Smith-Premier with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Hio a market and field of .Its THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies. A. J. PASSMORE, Building, Lethnrldge, Alberta. L. DENTAL OR M J. ot Royal Collqeo of Dentul Bursiona Torontq and holdcrfof a Dominion Dental Certificate, pmoal Itoomi 6 and 6 Span DlocKj fhone 1071, DR L ,T to Dh Courtlca ami Gradnnto Cnlrertlty of Macdonfild Blk. Lethbrjdga, Alta 170-0 DBS. MARHS AND successors to Dra. Stewart and -Mo- Cluro. Houro: 9 to.G, Offlco.'Hlg- :Phone :874; on. her of Royal (Ens.i Licentiate! Royal Collego ot Physicians (LoniJon) I.-.n.S.. 1300. 9-12; t5. 'Qfflce: c-8. .Post OlflcB, Block. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th N'oj-tJv, 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 Sth Avcnuo A, South, Lcthhrtdge. EDUCATIONAL KING EDWARD'S broolc, B. C. Headmistress, Miss M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school .for girls and young Braeins mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting Sketch- ing from nature, etc. Write. lot prospectus. PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNERS Playcr-l'lano and Orgnn 20 years factory experience Hon- mire Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to tho Ioadlr.3 musicians of tho city.. Phone lie's. 1253 Gth Avo A South. J. F. HAMILTON, and Alherta Land Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 6 and 6, Whitney Block ;P. O Bol SB7. Phono'1042 DUFF i Cftm il Ld tiards BASc Dominion ami Al herta Land turreyoi DonaK A. Dit C E blue irlnt Ing, -clTil ensinee'rlhc 'and land sur- reylng. Suite 205-Sherlock A ta d tf W L and City Licensed Auctioneer Spies of ail aiiias conducted on reasonable terras Livo stock and farm Bales a specialty Offlee at the Wilson Furnltira Co 404 nth St North Phone 102J res donee Pfcona ESa. Downtown: office at the' Lethbridee- Wpvh irn Rp-iUv rn n i UNDERTAKING T. 9. Funeral Director and Embalmer; aloo agent for the SomervillQ Marble OranltQ Works, of Caljarj. office opuoilta Court Home. Phone ESI. Ren, denco 284 7th a: Plont 1178, ORPU day anA night 8. Y. Blncter tnt Emtalmw. 411 (Ik Strwt South; Pbonn nlybt or WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All of Bay: timothy, alfalfa, Woe Joint, mtoa hay, upland hay, oat hay ana straw. Mined carloads a specialty Storage 'or household goods, etc cellar spare for rent Hyda sni', corner 2nd 12th St S. P. O. HOT 11S7. 1444. -VIAV1 LETHBRIDGH VIAVI COMPANY (The Natural "System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) -Number 15 Hull Blk.-Hours 4 to 6 daily; 19 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment.' Miss B S. Coot FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned. Work Pleasa let UB have order as soon as slhle. David, Scott, Bentley Com- pany Store. -V' ACCOUNTANT,