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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WO THE LETHBRIDGE IfXlLT HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 Quebec Priest. As Head of a Regiment] '.Montreal, Sept. Ab'jo Cas- Carmangay. is f. Holding Annual Fall Fair Today Carmansay, Alta., Sept' entries on. the hooka, ojnaucn UB ullra, 'has been" engaged j Carmangay fair opened this morning, m connection with tile spiritual care i and will last till tomorrow night. That u. im intrants coming from nor-; iho district has como tc i Lurorc he being one oi seafon with flying col- nbst accomplished linguists in is evideneed both by the number Lr n, other continent, may be ol-and tha exhibits. The num- tW command oi the proposed.her cduals-that oS'any other jear. but n-giment lor the; tho strong feature is the Increase in be irt continent. Abbe the number of purely asricaltural I scncd manr vcats in- thoihlblte, .the ladies' work ctesf bems isi tray in India mueh belo'iv otner years. Tho increase hs Lountry's call to rejoin the col- is a sen of Mr. ore. Casgrain Philip Buby of Quebec, are numerous. Tomorrow will he the bis day ot the fair, End a good programme of racing and othe sports has been provided. UUDV m miw lies gone kevond four score and ten, B. D. Hurnmon is president of he v lie Senator J. P. B. CasgraVn, of Agricultural society, and Dr. A. F. Ail- this is a brother. I son secretary. TABER LOSES GOOD CITIZEN Alta., Sept. Ex-Chief of Police Thornton Bullock leaves Taber today to take up an im- portant position in the gaol at Tort Saskatchewan. Besides his experi- ence as chief oi' police here, he served fcjr a number of years in the H.N.W.M. in which force he was a sergeant. Mr. Bullock will be missed by a-large circle of friends.; and especially by the members of'St, Theodore's "has held the positions of church ward- "No Change in Situation" Laconic Message Wafted from War Office London, is th summary ot last night's war news Furious fighting continues in north crn France, where the allied Frond and British armies are at grips witl the German forces in what is charac- terized as the crucial action of tht battle of the Aisne. Beyond admitting this fact, the of ficial statements are vagufl. de- tails of the struggle which may he the turning point of the western cam- paign, have been given'to the wait en and lay reader lor the last three in .ublic. years, a he held with great j One is no change credit. At a meeting of the vestry of iu the epitomizes the of- St. Theodore's Church last night, Mr F. Bates was appointed warden, to succeed Mr. Bullock, resigned. '.-A German official report says the war loan 'has been.heavily over sub- scribed.- 'The German'Lieutenant-General Von ln''actkm: LARGE': AUCTION'; SALE WUl again take place in the K. of P. Hall Store, No. 427 5th Street South, on SEPTEMBER 30 _ at 2.30 p.m. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE must be sold without resorro as of the Two Buffets One Chiffonier Eight Dressers Two Sideboards Four Wash Stands Two Cook Ranges 52 Beds. Springs and Mattresses Sis Dining Room Chairs Four Arm Chairs Two Kitchen Tables Two Heating Stoves Two Oil Stores' One Folding Bed One Child's Bed t One Washing Machine One 3-fqld Screen One Sanitary Couch Two. Rocking'Chairs TERMS CASH. owner is leaving city; consisting Two Setring Machines Five Toilet Sets Six Pair of Blankets Four Comforters Sheets and Pillow Slips Pillows and Blinds Curtains Carpets Rugs Dishes Tubs 'and-Boilers Wash-Boards Glasses Cooking Utensils And-other articles too numerous to mention. G'JS -NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER. Friday Next, October 2nd AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. AT 120 llTg: STREET SOUTH. WADDINGTON is favored -snth instructions from the Executrix ot the late Canon Rogers to sell by Public Auction and Without .Reserve the remain- Ing portion of. the Very Superior Household Furniture and Effects including very handsome Solid Mahoganj Diningr Chairs, upholstered ;in solid leather, Superior Oak Bunet, Solid Oafc Extending Dining Table; Carpets and Rugs; Mahogany Settee, Mahogany Rocker and Easy Chair, cut Oak Card Table, Oali Secretaire, ifghogany Dresser, -Crgam Enamel Dresser, Solid Brass Bed with Dixon foot mattress; Mattress, Pelt "Mattress Single Bed and Oalr Dosser Lace and Muslin Curtains, Refrigerator, Pictures, Table Cut lery. Etc. r will also te sold a of 800 volumes) conlaining complete Thack- pra.v Bancroft, Shakespeare, George volumes of. "The -WbrH's Greatest and ot Theological -works-and modem novelsl Theafc-boSks will b6 soI4 jn convenient IfcU'and should attract of the reading puWlc of "the city. ;The morning safe vffil fie deroted to the disposal of tfie Books, ChinaT Glass, "Pictures and amah the Furniture will be the afternoon, A-prompt' attendance 1 for inspection' of goods ,from Thursday. CASH. After. October 1st all accouats due Company, .monthly gas ,aiid- any other accounts, to-the Caiiad- -of ;C.onimeroef The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited ficial reports Irom London, Paris ant Berlin. The allies claim to have mad slight advances here and there, not- ably on the heights ot the Meuse. The German official statement, however, claims that "repoits con- cerning a victorious advance of the enemy are untrue." Both the British and the French of- ficial statements refer to -the violence of ths attacks made by the Germans who ssern to have redoubled taeir ef- forts in an attempt to hurl b.ack the allied line. The reports indicate, however, that the French and British have given no ground before the onslaught of the invaders. A very rigorous censorship has evi- dently teen imposed at virtually. all, particularly ia London re- garding the operations at the front. Fetrograd reports officially, that the Austrian stronghold of Przemysl in Galicia, is completely invested by the Russians and that the army is retiring behind- the..Carpath- ians into Hungary, pursued .by the. Russians. Berlin, However, claims that reports of the. fall of the Prze- mysl forts are inventions. SERGT.BierTIOM RECOVERS FROM TYPHOID AND HURRIES TO JOIN. "THE Another Lethhrldge citizen .leaves for the firing'line tonight, in the per- son of.Sergt. C. H. Grist, 1st Battalion East Kent Sergt Grist should join bis-regiment with-the first contingent, jut was.talien with typhoid fever a few days previous. He, has now re- covered, and has received his orders :o proceed at once to join, his regi- ment, which is now in the thick of the fight At a crowded meeting of. the Leth- )ridge Kentish association, .held last night, Sergt Grist was. presented' with a -hanosome pipe in case by his bro- hermemhers. President Hagell made the presentation, and expressed the feelings of the members in well-chos en-word.s, wishing him God-speed, and a safe return. Bro. Grist, whose" health was "drunk- with musical honors and -Tcmsing cheers, thanked those present for their good wishes and their acceptable gift, and said he just dying to get at them He think of the happy ;lmea he had spent'with: the associa- tion, in it was his uck to return, would look forward-to. the >time when he could meet them.all again. Among the members 'were several old veterans of "The and they were loud in their the fa- mous only regiment who could march through the city of jondon with fired bayonets. A rare old English concert program was carried out, and many wera the patriotic songs and-'choruses sung 'Auld Lang Syne" and the National Anthem were sitng at midnight; fcring- ng a-very enthusiastic-and enjoyable jvening to a conclusion. Sergt Grist leaves, on midnight train tonight TheHeraldWantad boy says I I cm the over ready Want to help: you tn meeting needs of business and tha IteuGoholdr r. (Copyright, Oa Forest WANT 25 Words, 25 cents an Insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS WANTED 'as housemaid in good house by re.specta.ble young girl. Box 37 Herald. of any kind by a young man; can handle .horses and ilk. Would take farm work close to ity. Box 4 Herald-. wishes position as help, tcare. of nvalid, or good plain cpok. Thpr- ughiy 'domesticated, est of references'.' Apply to "Box 52 Herald office. desiring company as newly furnished room for rent for ouns lady. Apply-Box' 54' Herald ice. SITUATIONS VACANT, young girl for Ugh housework. Apply Box'14 Herald of 24 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO orses, or would exchange good .land and agreements of sale for same. Ap- ly Rotshtein Bros., Limerick', Sas atchewari. to tale 20 brood ows and 20 growing pigs Will ex- hange for calves on shares. B. Tainter, .Taber, Alta: S41-T-6 cattle and-rsheep o feed through winter'here in the rngated district Horses 52 per head er montn, cattle SI iiO Special ar- angements for fatteningTsteers Farm Limited, Lloyd Mgr, 'hones 1017 and 365.' MONEY TO LOAN Suing Express Co. Because two prominent Calgary !irms tried to save postage express- ing thousands ot stamped circulars to Sdmonton and Lethbridge, taking ad- vantage of the one cent drop- rate which applies to cities, the Dominion Express Co. has .been made, the de- 'endant. In .an action for irought by the Postmaster-General of Canada. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited p. R, Freight Shetfi f PHONES Office Siablea lies 462 16M 'RFVATE MON'BT TO as 5500 to loan for two years at tetf er cent, on improved city property', ipply P O Bos 141 .....I TEACHER WANTED BACKER the Letll- ridge Inspectorate, to act as district ditor for the Alberta Schools-Journal. duties, to write monthly Jpcal notes, nd to receive subscriptions, adver- sements, etc Liberal pajment on cepted matter, which, witb coinmis ms, should average ?10 to per' lonth Must have, 5100 cash to m- est in stock company now form ig to take over present business, vhich shows profits on past earnings qual to a 15% duldend As only one ppomtment will be made in each in- peetorate, this is an unusual oppor unity for a teacher to largely in present salary Apply at once to Editor, Alberta School Journal, Strathcona. THIS'PAGE GOES TO 12 O'CLOCK NOON. .CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN; SERTION SAME DAY AS OR- DERED. tody .with... children requires housekeeper cook. Apply to Box 3D Hqralrt. good men wanted nlUst Invo IWle fash money maker fohilRht" party Apply at onoo No than hustlers nepd apply Auto- Mtc IIoso Couplei Co Ltd Room A bheiloek women to learn oafuer iraue tight "ecjulred, pBsltlons Or locations secured as soon as competent gradtates make big money; catalogue and terms free Moler Barber College, C04A Centre St Calgarj L_ TO RENT TO -the Cbnnauglit Man slons, oni furnished bedroom with two beds, hot and cold water, tree use of community laundry i: .would two adies; per month... iLad> matron in charge. Apply Victoria Mansions office, corner 3rd Avenue and 10th St. S. TO rooms by the day, week or month: monthly very reasonable. Will sell at a reasonable irloo the Keaa Block rooming house rear of Lethbridge Hotel. R. .Castle, Prop. TO room fully modern louse with ibalcony, No. S13 8th Ave. South. Apply 101S 12th St. S. !p Ilcliet Office BAFETY SPEED 3PLEND.OR Canadian Pacific'Royal Mall Steamera Allan Line Royal Mail Steamere. French Line to Havre. White Star iSow York and Canad Ian service Cuhard Line, New York and Canad. Ian service. Canadian Northern Hoyal Mali Steamers Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Blasgow. North German Lloyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant-. and Hamburg connections, Czer- monitz, Krakan and all other Contin ental points. Buy your tickets whore get train. 8. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Ageht, I'O 7th Ave. South, six rooms folly modern. Apply N. B. Peat Co., agents, Phone 570, Mac- donald Block. TO class winter pasture in Irrigable land 2 miles west of Coalda'le; plenty of water. Terms ap- ily'Wilson Skelth, Sherlock Bldg., Dr 'phone J. P. Thorn, R 802.- TO Gth Ave. S.. -elght- modern house fitted itorm windows and doors, full size lasement; will install gas if tenant ;esires. Apply 536 8th Street South, lone 1481.- TJRNISHED bright, 'iomfortable, thoroughly modern and :entre of city at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. 7th St. S., a comfort- .ble furnished room for gentleman; heated, use of phone; three 'locks from centre of city. Apply in mornings. TO roomed house, 1262 6th Ave. A S., all modern convenien- ces: at S25 per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Sherlock Blk. Phone 12S1. Gth St. South; six rooms furnished, fully modern, stable on; property; ?25 per month. Apply rN.'B. Peat Co., agents, Room 10, Macaonald" block. TO" premises on Third Avenue South now' occupied by "Tho Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. ,B. Stafford, Stafford Block. modern, up-to- located, ?15 per month Immediate possession. 'Ring 0 Pagnuelo Co. room semi modern cottage. No. 628 12th Street J16 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5, Macdonald Blfc. Professional Cards MEDICAL CR AarmiOHer Hours pra Offlce tit Third Avenue. Phone 181J DR rNALLY-- J09 Sherlock BlooK %MrN- nesldenoo ises sitth Avenue Olllco houwilu, 1J, 7J8SO Office phone SIS Kisidenco 1090 DR. C. c. Sur geon. Accouchor. Office at resilience corner 5tb Avenue South and 'th South. Hours 80. 1 i, to 830 Phone 120K OR Eye Nose and Throat Dominion Building Offlce hours '.9 30. to 12; 2-6; evenings by appdlhtoieni, phones, ouica residence 693. i OSTEOPiJTHIC PHYSlOANl ,DENTAL OR M J QlqsON-jpontlst, gtuiubH1 of Royal College Surgeons Toronto and holder of a. Dominion Dental Certificate Office Rooms t and 6 Bryan Black Plipne 1071. DR L r to DM1 Courtlco and Oraduats1 Urlverslb of Maryland Offlce hours Macdonold Blk. Phone 1165. Lethbrldge. Alta. DRS. MARRS AND to Stewart and JIo Cluro Hours D to 5 Office, Hlrf- Inbotharh monk Phono 874 DR L Q uCert bar of College oi Surgeons (Ens> Licentiate Hojal Tolleto ot Physicians (London) 1900. Hours: 3-12; 1-6. .Omoe: C-8. Pont Omco Rlock. Dn.-.-vL. B. legQ .Physicians ;gnd Surgeons, -Al berta.'. .8'uito' Si'C'18.' Sliofloclt Bldg Phono PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE