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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY UEKALO EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914, Acid Stomachs are Dangerous Common Sense Advice by a Dlitln- gulshed' Specialist.'.' "Acid" Blomachs are dangerous be- eaitBo'acld Irritates and Inflames th. HnlnK of the stomach, thus nindorlng and preventing proper action of tho stomach, and leading tu probably nine-tenths of tho cases of stomach trouble from which' people Bliffor. Ordinary medicines and me- dicinal treatments are useless in such cases for they leave the source of the trouble, acid in the stomach, as dangerous as ever. The acid must be neutralized, and ifs formation pre- vented, anil the best thing for this purpose ista teaspoonful of disunited magnesia, a simple antacid, taken in a little warm or cold water after eating, v.-litcil not only neutralizes the acid, but .also prevents the fermentation from -which acidity is developed. Foods'Vhich ordinarily cause distress may be eaten impunity jf .the meal is followed with a little Disunited magnesia, which can be obtained from any firuggist, and should always kept handy. Advt. COMB SAGE TEA INTO GEAY HAIR Ladies! Try this! Darkens beauti- fully and nobody can back its gloss and thickness. Common garden sage brewed iuto a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will tura gray, streakeC and faded hair beautifully dark and luxur- iant; 'remove every bit of dandruS stop -scalp itching and falling hair ilbdng the Sage Tea and Sulphur re- cipb at home, though, is troublesome An easier way is to get the ready-to- uss tonic, costing-about 50 cents a large bottle, at stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- ness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw tills through your hair, taking.one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After" anoth- er-application or two vour hair be- comes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you appear years younger. Sold by J. D.. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. Mrs. Henry EMert and children, left Tor a visit with at Qlencoe, Mlun., on Thursday. Mrs. iiaguiols'has been visiting htr sister Mrs, U for a few days, A Bpbclal'schQol i nee tins hflld at tthe school-house on Thursday af- ternoon, to'decide whether the tchool should be closed for the bnhmce of the year. Inspector Morgan gave a nice talk, emphasizing the Importance of .education, the vote was 11 to 10 In favor of closing the school, but if the department of education tit it may be opened upaJu aoou. Alter the meeting, the ladles of the district a lunch as a surprise on the leacher and pupils. From the quan- tity cf-the victuals, we of 2-15 arass not yet on the verge of starvation. Miss Jean Lobb, who has been tendi- ng here, left on Saturday for her 10mo in Ejdrnonton. Mtsg Lobb has' men very successful Jn her school work, and will be greatly missed by the parents as well as the pupils. Sirs. Lula MacAdoo went to Leth- Tidge ou Saturday. Farmers are. very buey at present great amount of fall plowing is al- done, and the laud is being put in good shape. This vicinity was not at hard, hjt in regard to drouth, as most others, and although tho crops were very light, there was some crop qn nearly -every -farm. Potatoes and other vegetables are, a .fair crop, and Wonted! 500 Head of Horses to Winter Have plenty of feed aua range All fenced; alone tutd adjoitte Btatiqn. Write ROBERT OCHSNER Bittern Ranch, Bittern Luke. Alborta. with the goyerniaent's assistance ev- ery one should.be.able to pull through the winter. --T. GLEN WOOD NEWS Wenwood, Sept, Boa- nell and D. Harris of-Lethbrldge stop- ped; in Gleuwood ou their way to the Waterton Lakes last week. -was.-spent .by a friends and invited guests of Messrs. -Edward .and; Edwjn. .Leavitt Private Sale of Household Goods Must be sold this week as we are leaving 'the city. Come and get what you want at half the value. 1205 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH. The leralci' Want ad. boy says: I im the ever ready Want to help you In meeting today's need! of business and" the houtehold, L SITUATIONS VACANT for general work. 1116 3rd Avo. S. young girl housework. floe. house- Tight for Apply Box 14 Herald of- good inon wanted; Euust'havo little cash; money maker tor right party. Apply at once. No other than hustlers need apply. inatic.tiose Co., Ltd., Room 117. Sherloch Bldg. and women to learn Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured soon as graduates make big uouey; catalogue and terms free, iloler. Barber College, C04A Centre Calgary. GOOD will pay you 120 to-, jUstrlbuto. religious literature community., Sixty dayV.work. Jxporlence -not required; Man or wo- nan. Opportunity for promotion. Spare time nifty be used. Internatlon- 1 Bible Press, 182 Spadlna Ave., To- ronto. Ad A3. DR. w. Surgeon, Aocouolior. p.m. Office 814 n' Residency Sixth A1' JooraiHj. M. 319; Residence 1098. TO RENT TO the Connaught Man- sions, one furnished bedroom with two beds, hot and cold water, free use of community kitchen and laundry If STAp.LAND'" Million mystery Dr. Morse's Indian Root arc juit the riffjt for children. When they are cooMipattd when tleir are oat c( enter over-indaJfao favxjnte food pm them Mone't Indian Root quietly and. rarely put then Purely yefettblc, tttfyaadxi ireikeoor pipe, like banhfmrrativef. Guard your children's nealtb by alwayi twpinj-g box of Dr. Itone't' in the hone, TKert, todiaa Root th CKlldrvo For The of Farmers! WE ARE PREPARED TO WINTER CATTLE AND. HORSES ON SHARES OR CASH RENTAL BASIS. The Frederickson Land Corporation, Ltd. on Friday the occasion of their thirty-ninth birthday anniversary. lun- cheon' was served and-'those present did -'ample 'justice' to it. -Ainijng the guefltB wars Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Layne, Mr.'and Mrs. :S. H. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wight and Mr. and Mrs S. M. Webster. The Primary association of Glen- wood held their annual conference on Sunday UsL.. Mrs. Emily Blgelow of Cardatpa was the" Stake Primary board. The confer- ence' a thorough success In all details. After the 'public meeting a gathering of the officers took place at the home of the ward president, Mrs. Nettie Leavltt A pleasant after- noon was enjoyed, especially the dainty lunch wiiich was served at 4 o'clock. Mr.. Bennett of Taber is contemplat- ing removing to Glenwood.% 'He has purchased the property of B. J. Wood. lAMAWANTAS (Copyright, by Da Forest Porter.) WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 Insertions for the price of Foiir, MUST BE PAID IN C. C. geon, Accoucher. Offlce of Rojat College of Dental Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Hoeraa and Bryan Block. Pliona 1071. OR. L. T. to Conrtlce and Graduate DnlTtrtllr of Maryland. Office'hours Macdonnld BlaV Phone 1166. Lethbrldge. Alta. OR8. MARRS AND mcceuon to Dri. Stewart and Mc- Clore. Hours: 9 to C. .Office. __ Inbothnm Block Phbna 874. OR. fc. G. mem- of Royal Coltom of Snrmon'a. (Bnx.) Licentiate Royal College ot (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Honn: 9-12; 1-5. OfDr-e: 6-8. Office niock. l_ PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay. 1401 7fn Avenue North. SITUATIONS WANTED as housemaid in good house by respectable young girl. Si Box 37 of aiiy-.kind by a young mnn; can handle horses and milk. Would take farm work close .to city. Box 4 Herald. Auction Sale Friday Next, October 2nd AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. AT 120.11TH SEREET SOTJTH. FRANK WATJDINOTON is favored 171111 Instructions from the Executrix of the late-Canoa F-ogers by Public Auction and "Without Reserve the remain-: ing portion: of the'Very Superior; Household Furniture and Effects very handsome Solid-Mahogany Dining Chairs, upholstered in leather; Superior Oak Buffet; Solid Oak Extending Dining Table; Carpets and Rugs; Mahogany Settee; Mahogany Rocker and Easy Chair; %'cut Oak Card Table; Oak Mahogany Dresser; Cream Enamel Dresser; Solid Brass Be'd with Dixon foot mattress; Ogtermoor Mattress; Felt Mattress; Single Bed and Spring; Oak Dresser; Lace and Muslin Curtains; Refrigerator; Pictures; Glass; Chlnaware; Table Cut- lery, Etc. There will also be sold a Complete Library (upwards of 800 Volumes) containing complete works' of Ruskin, Dickens, Thack- eray, Bancroft, Shakespeare, George, Eliott, K volumes of "The World's Greatest of Theological works modern novels. These ijboki will be sold In convenient' lots aifd should atfract'the reading-public of the city. The be deTOted. to the disposal of the Books, China, Ghiss, Pictures and small e.ffects, and the. Furniture will be sold in the afternoon. A prompt attendance Js respectfully requested. House open for inspection of goods- on-Thursday. TERMS CASH. -No HE8ERVE Giants and Braves Cfash New York, Sept. preparar- tion.for the World's the Bos- ton Braves, winners of the National league pennant for 1914, are .to .be keyed up. to the high pitch under which they, have been paying for the last two months; according to; Man- ager arrived here last night with his team for a five game series with the Giants: The- same team that battled lev the. pennant will appear .against the Giants, in the series, the Boston manager .announc- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS second hand fam and set harness. Lethbridge Iron Works. unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping or three rooms with kitchen furnished in private house, by couple..with no childre Apply Bo'x 7, Herald'. C.N.R. TO START -WORK Hat, Alta., Mayor Browne-returned today from Win. nipeg with some, of-the best'news'that has been heard here for some .time. The Canadian, Northern, grade from Medicine Hat to Hanna will ,be start- ed within a. week, and two hundred teams will be on the job until the WANTED TO horses, or would exchange good Ian and agreements of "sale for same. A ply Rotshtein Bjtos., Limerick, S; katchewan. take 20 broo sows and 20 growing piss. Will change for' calves o'f" place on share E. B. Tamter, Alta. and shee to feed through winter here in th irrigated district. Horses S2 per-hea per cattle .Special, a rangements- for fattening- steers. Farm Products Limited, W..J. Lloyd Mgr Phones 1017 and 365. 23f SHEEP FOR SALE FOR thousand choice on two and three year old breeding ewes Also one registered Oxford Down Shearling Earn. B. S. Pawaon, Coa' dale. Phone R-70-k LIQUOR ,UCENSE. NOTieE After October 1st all .accounts due to the Company, monthly gas accounts and any other accounts, will be payaMe to the Canad- ian Bank of Commerce. The Canadian Western Natural Gai, Light Heat and Power Company, Limited Application for Transfer of Liquor Licenses If neceiMrjr a meeting ot the Board of LJcenae Commlralonen will be held In the I. O. O. F. Mall, Lethbridge on Friday, October 1914 at 10 o'clock A.M. to consWer the following applications: Arthur Leasard'aad- John Morrison- for conient to; transfer reepect to the' Arlington on lots eight to eleven (11) 'in- block _six Plan bridge 723 .Lethbridse, Alberta. The King's Hotel for con- sent to transfer to itself of the license granted Byron B. MeCarty in respect to the King's Hotel, situate on lots one hundm) and ten one hun- dred, and eleven (1H) and one hun- dred tmrtve Plan 626 C. Ltthbrldfe, Alberta. Cited at Mmonton this 28th day of September, ,1914. JOHN D. OTNT, TEACHER WANTED TEACHER the Leth bridge iDspectorate, to act as distric editor for the Alberta School Journal Duties, to write monthly lo.cal notes to receive subscriptions, adver tisements, etc. Liberal. payment accepted matter, which, with commls sions, should average ?107 to ?30 per month. Must have- 5100 cash to' in vest in stock of company now form take over, .present- business which shows .profits on past earnings equal to a 15% dividend. AS. only one appointinent 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 Alberta School :..Tournal, Strathcona. x -1 232-3 iartin's Baggage Pbone 1 3S6 Ocrtfui and Prompt ttrvlet Ad. 1. Deputy Attorney General. PRAYING Of All Kinds JSniited f. R. Freight Shada PHONES Office Offlei 1163 462 Steamsiiip Ticket Office SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR' Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Allan Iiine Royal Mall Steamers, French x 'White Star -New York and Ian service. Cyoard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal Malt Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow, Anchor'.Line to Glasgo'w.' f North German Lloyd. Himburg Americaa! nil Lines. "Largest and Fastest cheapest fares; direct Balling, Ant- ftrerp and Hamburg connections, CzerV iconitz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. E. Ticket Agent, ;1 desired; would accommodate two ladles; rent per month. .Lady matron In charge. Apply Victoria Mansions oflice, corner 3rd Avenue and loth St. S. L L JM HOSPITAL MjjSi Haarlem.'a Private. maternity Home. 1224 7th South. Phonft 74fl. TO Furnished rooms by day, week or month; monthly very reasonable. Will sell at ft reasonable price the'Kenn Block rooming house, rear of Lcthbridge Hotel. H. Castle, Prop. 1} Satisfaction guarjj Prices right. Mrs. E. J. Room 41, Dominion Bldg. TO RENT Modern 5 room house, large yard witll stable, 231 14th St. N. ?12 -per month. Apply 1412 6th Ave. South or Phone 324. Sowing by the day dTl home. Phone 1738. Miss MJ ries, 406 loth St. S. :jj TO Six room fully modern house with -balcony. No. S13 Sth Ave. South. Apply I2th St. S. ART EMBROIDERIES SUPPLIED. 'J SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Fill -Phone 7S3. 14th Ave. S. 24J TO IGOS Ith Ave. South, six rooms .jjully modern. Apply N. B. Co., agents, Phone 570 Mao-lionald Block. for TO First class winter pasture on irrigable land 2- miles west of Coaldale; plenty of water. Terms apply Wilson Skeith, Sherlock Bids., or phone J. p. Thorn, R S02. 243 Milk cow, Jersey, to freshen in February. Apply 12th 246 Jersey cow and bull, glatered; also black team of stand bred geldings, 4 and 5 years old. ply W. A. Ott, City. 244- TO 704 Oth Ave. S.. eight-roomed modern house fitted with storm windows and doors, full size basement; will install gas if tenant desires. Apply 636 Sth Street South. Phone HS1. 70 tou of alfalfa and ton green feed, also pasture with alfalfa cro'p on and lot of secc growth green oats, lots of water; 1 nlles from' stock yards. Apply I 50 Herald. 242 FURNISHED Nice, bright, comfortable, thoroughly modern and centre Of city at .reasonable MH8. W. H. bl Piano, Harmony and Ptipih prepared for Royal Academy and College of Music, London', Eng., or Toronto Conservatory exams. It He- Studio 1226 Bth Avenue A South.- EDUCATIONAL Miss Smith, Koom 3 Union Building. v Bank _____ T0 7th St. S., a comfort- able furaislied room .for gentleman; hot water heated, use of phone; three blocks from centre of city, mornings. Apply in TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Available Sept. 1st. Apply 1. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. TO mqduS; uTJtS date, centrally located, Jper mouth' immediate possession, v King 542, C C. Co. KING EDWARD'S SCHOOI__Cran- brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V.' M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school foi girlg and yburig boys.' Bracing mountain climate. Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention iriven to Drawing, Painting Sketch- Ing from, nature, Write, for proapectna. PIANO TUNING J H. CfllPPS, EXPERT TUNER-. Player-Plano and" Organ 20.years factory eiperlence. 'Hon- oura Certlflcate MT. Astn. London, England.. Reference to tho leading of She .cl.tr. Phone 11SS 1253 oth A South. second F, Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlsa- ion Hydrnullc Engineer.-Rooms and 6, Whitney Block. P. O. Hot 57. Plmne 1042 For Sale or Exchange FOR 30 cars famous Stony Plain potatoes. What offers? Single cars or_ any. nuant.H.y.--Hard- wick Stony Plain, Man. FF ,i EDWARDS (Wm. M Ed- 'arda. B.A.SC., Dominion anil Al-_ erta Land Donali. A. 'uff, Commercial blue rim- :g, civil and land iur- TO room semi modern cottage. No. 628 12th Street. por Apply N. B. Peat Co Room 5, Macdonald Blk. TO roomed modern house with gas, in good condition, 3 doors from car iinu. per month o good tenant. Apply Box 32 Her- 'OR now occupied ty Western Tinsmithing Co., flra: door north of .Herald. Ready now. Apply at Herald office. roomed house, 1262 ith Ave. A S., all modern convenien- :es per month. Apply Stand- .rd Securities Co., 115 Sherlock Blk. 'hone 1291. ?O semi-improved arms in the Hardisty district, or sell on long terms, to suit purchasers. This district has never suffered from icor crops. Apply -owner, W.' R. Al- ;er, 762 25th St., Edmonton. "O irrigated farm 6 miles from Lethbridge, 190 acres hay, 00 acres grain, good buildings and lenty of water; good dairy proposi- icn. Possession of ISO acres can be iven now, full possession March 1st Apply to S. S. Dunham, Lethbridgo FOR Columbia fruit lauds .anywhere, Jncluding Van- couver Island. .City property or oil stocks exchanged for Alberta farms. "We trade everything." Wittich Real Estate Co., -Calgary, Alta. WILL automobile for oil shares in tho following com- panies; -Okotoks, Alberta Petroleum, Herron Elder, Prudential, Western Pa- cific. Apply Castle Hotel. EXCHANGE ex- change Spokane city and farm pro- perty for Improved or unimproved Al- berta Jand. Write. with full partic- ulars and pri.ce, A. Herman, 227 Hut- ton Spokane, Wash. FOR have Lethbridge clear title vacant house property, also farm, lands to exchange for Winnipeg property. What have you? State full particulars. Herald office. Box 3, FOR SALE OR Ave. S. near 12th St., fine eight room house, lane side and rear; future busi- ness-location; cheap oh easy .term ylng. Suite 205 Sherlock Bids ge, AUa d-tf AUCTIONEER J City pnaed Auctioneer. S'nJes ofj.all feds conducted on reasonable Live Btock 'and farm salea ipeclalty. Office at tlia Wilson jnlture Co., 404 13th' St Neiith. ne 1023. Residence Phono rso. pntown offlce at the'Lethbridse- Vrinrn Re.iifv UNDERTAKING ff i Funeral sctor and Bmhalmer; -also, agent tile Somerville Granite of Calgary. Offlce .opposite rt House. Phono 661. Hojl- 284 7th S: 1176. iday and-night t Director and lalmer. 411 Eth Street South, I 1802. nlsht or dajr. or exchange, aid Office. Address Box 29, He PROPERTY FOB SALE book. Herald. Finder return 10th and llth St., eather 'purse containing money. Own- r may have same-by at 613 Oth St. Si containing sura of ibney. Owner may have same by re-ding ownivshlp and paying tot Apply J. Taylor, Taylor Mill- ig Elevator Co. Business Opportunities you a sharehojd- in.the old Rocky Mountain Oil and evelopment Company Ltd., of :H- ary? If so, it will to your av ge to communicate at once 'h he'TIIHted Agencies Ltd., 125 Oth re. West, Calgary, Alta. FOR lots In Parkdale time six years'; only the interest to b paid the first year: Write Alta Ke sey, S. D. POH acres good farm Ian four rnilefl from NeW ial or exchange for Reglna'property. D: Field, Region. BOAHD AND ROOM TOR a foot room with al modern. conveAfeacef, Bteam beat. baths, plunge, etc.. apply y M. O. A. BOARD COD renlencti; W per Keek. Apply 134 7th St 8 BOARD AND King's Ho tel offers the best room and board in the city for thirty dollars per month AH outside rooms, steam heated. 242-6 THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED AD8 MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS OR. DERED. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CC, LTD., FOR SERVICE We finrt thf eteaesnflief iiiai iuii. the position. We find the position that aulta the atenographar. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The conipieJe mtchlne.) Remington No. II. (Its and simplicity Irwonderful.) Remington No. 10. (hat the only. Column (wonderful for Its light and light touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with'a key Tor each character.) Romlnjton-Junior (Hat a market and Ijeld of lie own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. p Everything In Typewriter Supplier A. J. PA89MORE, Building, UthorldM, Alberta. WHOLESALB IGRAIN AND and retail- Air varieties timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint. I hay, upland hay.-oat hay and Mlied carloads a for- honftehoM. etc.. space for rent Hyde. and le.rs, comer 2nfi Are. and -Win P. O. Bo; 1187. Plmn> 1244, LET VIA VI RIDGE yiAVI' COMPANY Natural System of Treatment enroudneis. etc.) NuiBber 15 Hk.-Hours 4 to '6 10 or by appolptment. E. 8. Cook. FURRIER iRS REMODELLED, dressed and d. Work guaranteed. Please have order AI soon as pqs- David Scott, ACCOUNTANT D. of tie Inill- (tltn o( Chartered AccountanU qt Enirl id and Wales, of the rate if Chartered Accountants to AMdla BldB.. petnorldse. W. I. HENDERSON COY. j Bartered Accountant! i Winnipeg iLMhlrldge Medlelne Hal Accoilitancy In all 1U branehei Secretarial, Ad- viory, Systematlilng, aid Trttat WorK IBTCI- tliaUWf, Uquldationa. v Acadla Building, R. J, OnarteriMl AteeiHKHiiit (Seet) ;