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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE daily herald WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1911 IN HEART OF CITT HOTiEl SAVOI SEATTI.E "Twelre Storle. o( So\\i Comfort" In the centre of tllinsi- Ihcntrcs nd Btorea on both sUU-s. Builrtlr.i-abolutciy fireproof-concrete, slecl nd marble. ECKOjPEAN rUN-Sl per dav�p With Bailis-S2 pot diy op SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE Miscellaneous for Sale Town of Bow Island I PfRSUAXT to the Order of His j Honour Judge .Tnekson, mado herein 'the S6th daj- of February, A.D. 1014 in a- certain action wherein Tlie Im-! peJlul Life . Assuranro Compauy ot | : Canada, is tlve Plaintitt and Loro ' Bronscn and The M. Runiely Company ari^ Defendants, tlie following lands ; in the Province of Alborta, namely; ,'The South East Quarter (S. E, ol � Section Two fji in Township Ten i (10). in Range Ten (!0>. West of the Fourth Mcridi.'vn, resorvius unto His M:iji'sty, his suore.ssors and assigns. � ail mines and minerals and the right to ^-ork the same, will be offered for sale by public auction on Friday the Sni day of April 19U at the hour of i Ten o'clock in the forenoon at the ; Myrt'.o Hotel in the towu of Bow 1 Islaiid. Alberta, i Sale to be subject to a reserve bid ' to be fixed by the Tourt. Terms and Conditions will be made -v-v-rr t i^T^nry-^ i kuown at the time of the sale or can CO^TKACTORN be ascertained from tlie undersigned SEALED TENDERS marked "Tend- : ^'�llj;'^'^^;^^ ^^^^^ si.x miles from the towu of Bow Island. There is said to be a shaok on the said lauds 13'x24". The said land is said to be fenced on al! sides v.ith a one strand wire fence and cedar posts. About thirty-five acres of tl'.e said laud is said to be stubble .ci'ound. the remainder of said farm being virgin prairie. Dated at Lethbridge, .\lberta. this 2tUh day of Februarv. 1914. COXYBEARE, CHURCH & McARTHFR, Barristers & Solicitors. Conybeare Bjoc);, Letiibridge, Alberta. GEORGE PORTER. Auctioneer. for SALE-One Metz car In Al condition, Just been thoroughly overhauled. Great sacrifice for avsh. Apply to D. E. �JlacDonald, Indian Motor Cycle Agent, 412 .^th St S, .'"5-O FOR SALE-l sow. Hi months old; 2 so�s 10 months; one, 20 months: 18 sucking pigs. 6 to 8 weeks. Apply I5n:co "Wallace, Albion Ridgo, S, W. QUM-ter 33-11-22. 97-6 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTBI>-Coi^ipetent womnn to keep liouso and cook for sl.v young men. .Vpply atatlug references, if any, to a. M. D., P. O. Box 3011 City. 100-1 \V.iVNTED-Bright boy for office work, sood cbaneo for adrancenient. Apply in own handwriting, P. O. Box 3100. ____99-6 W'AiNTBD-'At once, exporianced maid for li.�iint housework. References required. Apply Mrs. McKa.v, 1313 6th 9g-0 MrriCE TO "Tend- : ers for Pipe-Layinp" will be received | by the undorsiciied up to six o'clock ?r. Bow Island, Alberta, March 21, 1914. SCHEDULE "A" JUDICIAL SALE SCHEDULE "A' PURSUANT to the Ordei- of His Honour Judge .lacksou made herein the 20th day of February 1914. in a certain action wherein The Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada is tile Plaintiff and .lohn Groves and The Jchn Deere Plow Company. Limited, are Defendants, {he following lands In the Province of Alberta, I namely: the South East Quarter (S. iTownsiip Ten (10), in Range Four- KOIt SALE-Marquis seed wheat, ger-mlnaOng 99 per cent, with perfect score for purity on sovcrnnient test.! Ave. S. Ten thousand bushels sold leading V. l waNTEO-At once experienced man S. seed firms, grading hn^'iiest shipi>ed | to handle a Btallioa. None but ox-to States; no noxious weeds. Small J peiiencod need apply Apply Jaha lots sacked $1.10 bushel. Special price) McLennan,'Nobleford 41Uv, 95-8 Inrp-a lnf� f^ol! .^iw? con �tiiiir\)oa W* ) ---------- -,--------.---_______ WAX'tTDD-Kitchen large lots. Call and sec samples. W. D. Finley, Stafford Block, Lethbridgo. 95-G FOR SALE-We still have about 30 packages of Piaj-er music, four rolls in a package. ?1.00 per package, .�^lason & RiscJi Ltd. 9ri-6 FOR SALE-10,000 egg Incubiuor capacity, white Leghorn Puliets from 4 weeks old and upwards, April and Jlay hatched. Our stock Is compos-ed ot heavy winter layers and It's winter egg's tliat pay the best. Xo otlier eggs used for hatching but our own. Write us for prices. Skiunei- and Blepkhorn Box 471 Nanaimo. fl. C. 100-� rOH SALE-Eggs^from piiFe" bred WniiteWyancibtt'esa'ria'Eight" BrahJuas ?1 and ?2 per setting; also turkey eggs 20c each. Ail turkey eggs guaranteed fertile. �'Vpply Geo. .Jennings, P38_Mh St. S.. City. 100-K FO r "ITv L E-Che i c 0 "leTd~0!^ ed over 100 busiiel per acre in. 1913. Limited amount, Prlres on application by letter or phone. C. ^. Noble. I -Nobleford, Alta. * 74-0 � nmtron for lliv-dian school. Brocket- For full partic-uJars apply Princtpal, Brocket, Alta. 95-6 BRAKBMBN. FIREMEN, nearby railroads, $100. Necessary signal instruction free. Send age, postage. Rall-w\iy Associaitlon. Dept. 435, Brooklyn, X. Y. 94-14 WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade; no experience necessary. Eight weeks completes; tools and catalogue free. Plenty of demand for graduates. Write today. Moler Barber C6llege. 604ft Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. 205-0 WANTEI>-aA. cook- for iranct at once. Good wages. Natural gas. Fred Mose-dale Jr.. Warner, Alta. 100-0 WANTED-General servant for small family. Apply 1236 5th Ave. A S. ___________lOO-3 WANTED-A capable servant, muat be good plain cook. Applv Mrs. G. B. McKay, 624 13tU St. S. 100-0 515 per 100-WljUe Leghorn day-old chicks, heavy wiuter laying strain; hatches from March to May; hatching eggs Sii per 100. Skinner and Clenkhoru. Xanalmo. B. C. 74-26 FOR SALE-A quantity of timothy and blue joint hay. For further information apply to Ed. McKcnzie, P. 0. Box m.^. R. Phone 109. S7-0 PURSUANT to the Order of ".'s ; e. U) of Section Twenty-four (24), Tn Honour Judge Jackson, made herein � - - the 23rd day of March 1914 in a oer-^^^^ ^y^^^ .j, .j.^ ,,^^5^. tain action vyherein Mfpret Steele ; j Reserving unto His Majestv His is the Plaintiff and KicUard Percy , g^^^^^.^^,.^ ^i^^- Stuekey and John CoflSn are Deiend-^ jU^^^^^ ^j^^ ^.^^.^ ^1^^ ants, tie following lands in the Pro- : ,^j,e_ j,^ ^^^..^^ .^i^ .^j,. Tince of Alberta namely: Lot Three ^^^^^^^^ ^, Pj.i^,,. l3),inBlock"C. awordmgtoaplan ^pr^^ jj^^ ^^ 12.30. o'clock in 'the '�^'"'l^^^^i^t ,J Il2f^''^fn'^" afternoon at the Grassy Lake Hotel in the south Alberta Land Registration.^^^.^ ^^^.^^ j^^^^ District as "904-C. LetUbridge, re-i^.j^^g of Alborta. eervlng unto His Majesty His Sue- j g^j^ 5^,^^^^ ^^ ^ Reserved cessors and Assigns all Mines and ; be fixsd by the Court. Minerals and the nght to work the 1 ^erms and Conditions will be made same, will be offered for sale by pub-. ^.^^^.^ ti^^^ ^5,^ ^^j^ lie auclon on Friday the 24Ui da> ascertained from the undersigned of April 1914 at the hour cf ^'^ ^ . ^ondiors o'clock noon at the Court House in r g^^j^ j^^^ ^^ ^.^j, ^^^^^^^^ .^bout the City- of Lethbndge ,P(, miles from Grassy Lake. None Sale to be subject to a Reserved ^^.^^ ^^^^^^ cultivation. Bid to be fbted by tlie Court ; There is said to be a ?mall shack Terms and Conditions will be nude , j.-^^., kncwn a the Ume of the sa e or can ; j^^^^ ^^^^ j, fenced on two sides be a^certa-.neti from the undersigned ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^i^j ^ ^.^,1 Solicitors . ^ v , 'i^ R ^IxE-l Toomod modern Uouae nearly now. Facing east, near car line Small cash payment, easy terms. Apply to owner, 620 14th St. S. Phooe 1134.______97-8 I WILL GiVH TitLE to Lots 25 and 36. Block 159, Lethbridge. and ply J. W. Wood & Son, Kirk-1 ham Block-. City. 96-0 WANTED-Mdnmjd wife want situation on a farm, experienced in irrigated or s�mi-arid;j.wife would cook for small crew. Apply F. L. MoC-ready, 1401 5 th Ave. X. 98-6 FOR SALE-Watch for the big auction siile of cattle, hogs and horses on April loth. Credit given. 96-0 WANTED-Dressmaking and sewing of any kind, "n'ork done at home or would go out by the day, as desired. Phone 1643. 93-6 FOR SALE-Buff Orpington Eggs for | setting, $2 for 15. Also can spare a few setti'Ogs of "Regal" White Wvan-dotte Eggs, $3 foo- 15. All intertiles" replaced if returned. For combined utility purposes these breeds are unsurpassed. W'yatt, Diamond City. . .'Z :.95-25 FOR SALE-One Marshall Sons and Co., Ltd., 32 h.p. Class D Oil Tractor. This is a thoroughly overhauled second hand engine which can be bought at a sacrifice. Apply Western Canada Agency, City.' . 96-12 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS AVANTED-To rent after May ist 5 or 1) roomed cottage, with all modern, conveniences. Give location and rent. Sox 19 Herald. ,__, 99-G W.A-N'TED-PianS,"' ^ji^^Me for c"oiin^ try school. PricetnusFTje reasonable. Call 414 13th St. :j, .f-none 1152. 99-6 U'AXTJsp-i-Teani^ so se8-.0 Secretary. to be piesented to the said W. H. McCaffrey by whom the same \fill be F-ettled. (Signed) W. P. J. ALEXANDER Vy'. h. McCaffrey. Dated at Lechbridgc this lirst day of April I'JH TO RE-NT-Nicely furnished room Kirkham Block. Apply at once Room 1; Phone 550 or 1030. ^ 78-0 FOR RENT--For a good room with all modern conveniences, steam' heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., applv Y. M. C. a. . 2'4-0 BOARD^By month, day or week; close in, near Y. M. C. .A., house fully modern, thoroughly renovated; good home cooking. Meal tickets, 21 square meals for $5. 329 11th St. S. 89-26 BO-ARD AND ROOM-Modem conveniences; $0 per week. Applv S34 7th St S. 95-0 For Sale or Exchange FOR SALE OB EXCHA-NGE-If your property is for sale or exchange, se^ us. Wq make a specialty oi oxchani-Ing anything,, anywhere real estate or personal property. Commission reasonable;, if you do not get results it costs you nothing. Try us. We get the business, wnte, phone 721 or call Kimball Larsen Ltd., 117-llS Sher-'ock Buildins 2-0 WANTED' TO EXCHANGE-Have 4 lots 50'xl.':;0', at Hardieville (No. 6 mine) to exchange for motor car in good condition. Give full particulars in first letter. Box 440, City. 98-6 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds 1 OfTica � : 1103 PHONES \ Office : : 462 [ Stablet - : lOfcl WA-NTED-r^To. of second > han iuat-be,cheap. Alii,;Apply Box 182 -AlOO-4x FOiR SALE--A snap on a few well located lots around Adams Park, North Lethbridge at $240 each. Terms one-third cosh, balance 6 and 12 months. P. O. Box 440. City. 98-C DENTAL SEE HrE FOR LOTS In North Lethbridge, halt block from Westminster. Terms, $10 casm, $5 per month. Best snap in the city. W. M. Glllelan, 1322 3rd -Ave. S. 97-6 FOR SALE-Will sell at right price on easy terms all or any part of Albert Park, Taber, comprising 85 acres subdivided, in the mile circle. Inside the town limits and In line of development. Gilt edge proposition with big possibilities. Apply U. C. Howell. 154 Dundas St., London, Ont. 87-12 FOR SALE-Two 10 acre Irrigable garden tracts just north east of city, nice level land close to school, at $90 per acre; $2,t per tract cash, balance $10 per month. XL V. Gibbons. 97-10 e Awo carloads ______* fur^tnro, TBiuBt be cheap. Spot cash ipaid. -Box 50, Her-ald office. '- , " 100-6 FOR LE.ASE-The ."Stafford Ranche" consis'ting of lands and btidldlngB situate on river bottoni to north of traffic bridge W'ould make' ideal dairy farm as there is a nine roomed house, large bam, carriage house and outbuildings on the premises. For particulars apply Stafford & Stewart, Room 6, Stafford Block. 93-6 W-ANTED-^.A few cars of number 1 -Alfalfa wanted at once. Price $11.00. Farm Products Limited. I/ethbridge Hotel Block, Phone 1017. 96-0 WANTED-If the timber lying on the river bank just north of the traffic bridge is for sale, will the owner please phone 4S5. 97-6 LOST-folt�d LOST-On March 25, one dark bay gelding, white stai^ on forehead, 000 white left hind stocking, weight about 1100 lbs. Heavy mane and tail. Age nine year. $20 re^-ard for information that will lead to his recovery. Write or phone John Gilmore, Lethbridge. _ 99-0 For Health or Pleasure "Visit Boulder Mot Springs, Montana's most up-to-date and popular health and pleasure resort,'European plan, reasonable rates. Tiho best mineral water and bath house In the Northwest. Special i-ound trip ticket sold at reduced rates from all stations In Montana. Advt 94-6 BRITISH COLUMBIA Fruit Lands- 10 acre tracts, near Trail, good local market. $8 to $35 per acre; $10 monthly. n6 interest. ' "vVrite for map and surveyor's reports. Columbia River Orchards Ltd., Nelson, B.C. 97-e.o.d. BRITISH COLUMBIA 5-ACR'E Farms especially selected by soil experts as the' choicest fruit and agricultural land In fertile Skeena River Valley. Mild climate. Ready markets. Irrigation unnecessarj-. No hietter location in province. Farms adjoin oiHc-lal Grand Trunk Paciflo townsite of Carnaby. Trains running through property. $50 an acre. Terms one-flfth cash, balance over five years. Write today tor complete information. Hazelton & .Skeena %'ailey Land Co., Ltd., 445 Komer St., Vancouver. B.C. 95-3 TO RENT TO RBNT-Alfalfa land, . 2% miles from city, in size lotii to suit rentw. Will consider putting up building* for right parties. Owner W. H. Fairfield, Phone 385. 100-0 TO RBJNT-Comfortable front bedroom suitable for business gentleman, bath, hot and cold, use of phone. 327 11th St S. Phone 1507. 97-? TO RENT-In the Victoria Mansions, one large furnished front suite containing parlor, bedroom and private bath, will accommodate three persons If required; rent $35 per month. Also furnished single bedroom at $12 per month. Apply to Victoria Marelons office. Third Ave. South, City. 99-0 TO RENT-2 well furnished, comfortable rooms by day, week or month. Fully modei-n house, centrally located. Telephone can be installed U required. 515 0th St. S. 97-6 Ivook this over. We are nere to do business. We buy, trade or sell. J REX TRANSFER Alta. Saddlery Co, PHONE 670 CAREFUL. QUICK SERVICE COLLECTIONS Made Anywhere WE GET THE MONEY The Brow/n Mercantile Agencies, 103 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 162 and 6, WHiltney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. DUFF A EDWARDS-fWm. M. Ed wards. B.A.Sc. Dominion and Alberta l,and Surveyor; Donald A. putt, C.E.)-Commercial blue printing civil engineering and land surveying. Suite 205 Sheriock Bldg.. Lethbridge, Alto. d-lt MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R. e. McARTHUR, A. Mam. Can. 8. C. e.-Railways, Tard Layouts, Sewerage Systems, �V\'ater Supplies, IrrigaUon Works. Surveys, Plans, Estimates, etc. 104 Sherlock Bldg. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON--Provlncial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales ot all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Offlce at the Wilson Furniture Co.. 404 13th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Downtown office attiie Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co.. Phone 1173 FRANK WADDINQTON-Auctioneer. 17 years' e.Tperience; will handle your sale In the way that gets the money. Phones 469 and 1416. Reasonable terms, prompt settlenjeots. Goods received for sale or auction. FURRIER DRS. COIJRTfCE AND GILCHRI8T- uentiats, graduates of Northwestern University, Chicago. III. Hours 9 to 5. Phone 1165. Macdonald Block. t.ethbrldga, Alta. DRS. MARR8 AND MARR8-Dentists successors to Dra. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours; 9 to 5. Office, Hie-inbotham Block. Phon�r 374 DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-DeliuirSeS: ber of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London) L.D.S 1900 Hours; 9;12; 1-5. Offlce: 6-8, Post Offlce Blbck. \ WHOLESALE WESTERN SUPPtV A EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.-Corner 3rd .\ve. and 4th St. -South. "WiolesilB Minis, Builders, ?!ontra�ot;S, Bli'tSksmith's, Railway supfilies; -packing, belting, valves, pipe fittings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, waterproofing, expansion shields, store fronts, plate glass- Phone, 1044. HAV, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carioads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar space for rent. Hyde and Saunders, cornbr 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244. PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital iliid Maternity Home. 704 Sixth Avenue South. Phone 74fi. VACUUM WASHER WENDALL VACUUM WASHER- Best on the market. BYee trial order solicited. Phone 1366 and 'have a washing machine delivered to your home free of charge. 91-18 I WINDOW CLEANERS J LETHBRIDGE WINDOW AND CARPET CLEANERS-Telephone 1127; Storm Windows removed; City Chimney sweep.- 93-0 DAVID SCOTT-Furs remodelled and cleaned and dressed. Fine selection of latest styles. At The Bent-ley Co.__ 243-0 ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE A CO.-Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phono 637. 706 Third Ave�uo South. MUSIC THE LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL OR. CHESTRA-Open for dances for season. Any number of pieces supplied. Violinist,, J. B. Gaskell; tiianist, R.\ Needs. Box 494. CLINE'8 CITY ORCHESTRA--Can bo engaged for Dances, Banquets, Socials, Receptions, V/eddings, etc. Any number of pieces supplied. Good music, weli played. Bveniag dress when desired. F. Cllne, Manager, Phono 1267. H. McG. YOUNG, A. D. C. O.-Teacher ot voice, piano and.tlieory. Studio, room one, Conservatory Bldg.. nth St. and 5th Ave. Residence, Y. M. C. A. TUITION, VOICE, AND PIANO,- W. G. Smith, 725 Gth St. South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of Piano, Harmony and -Theorj'. Ten years teaching experience. Advanc c3 and Primary pupils. Beginners a specialty. $12.50 a term. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A South. HI LLC REST ORCHESTRA-Open for engagements. Cor concert?, dances, etc. Up-to-date music. Secretarv. C. V. Rdwards, Hlllcrest, Alberta. Phone 74, ring 2, 8787-5fi PUNO TUNING Q. H. CRIPP8-Expert Piano Tuner 1253 6th Avenue A South. Phone 1168. ACCOUNTANT W. A. HENDERSON & CO- C. A.- Municipal, coal, timber, manufacturing, retail, wholesale and other audits. Offices at Winnipeg, Medicine Hat, Ijethbrldge. Resident Partner, A. K. Gibson, C.A., (Scot, * Alta.), Acadia Bldg. Phone 1619. DRESSMAKING SEWING DONE AT HOME OR OUT. Call or write Jliss H. M. Knapp, Room 23, New Dominion Bldg, 98-6 GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area ot the moat fertile land in Western Canada for sale al low prices, ranging from $11 to $30 per acre for non-irrigated lands and $35 to $75 per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, ono-twentioth down, balance In 19 annua] instalments. Loan for farm development up to $2000, also repayable In 20 years. Interest at only � per cent. For full particulars apply to DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Albert*. Allan Camerpn, General 8upt of Landa. THE NURSING MISSION Provides Tlsiting nurses for maternity and all medical and i^urgical caies (except contagious dh eases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient, Poor patients cared for free of charge, Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further,particulars apply to the Nursing Mission 1414 7th Avenue South. (Mist) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor, (Ml��) M. A. McKay, Orad. Nurse. D. D. WING-Assopiate of the Instl-stltute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and of the In-tute of Chartered Accountants In Alberta. Acadia Bldg,. Lethbridge. MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO lAJAS-on well imprev-ed farm lands. Alberta Loan aiid Investment Co., Alberta Loan Build-Sner, 5th St. South. Phono 1214. 168-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral DIreoto). and Embalmer; also agent tar the SomerviUa Marble ; and Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Photie 561. Resl-dence 284 7th Ave. $. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST-Funeral Director snd Embalmer. 411 5th Street South, Phone 1802. night or day. PAINTING 3 W. EMERY, PAINTER AND DECOR. ' ATOR-Very best material only used for all work, and satisfaction guaranteed. Estimates willingly given. Special attention given to out of town work. 805 fith Street South. Phone 557. r MASSAGE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Mlse K. May Holmes, graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Institute, Medical Massage and Gym-naatios, (Swedish^, Electrical Vibratory and Thoinpoi'tio Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing Treatments given by ap. . Ufilatittui fislx, Rftbffi.l, Htill Bllt, I ;