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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta pmM.......... Tke Letfebrtigc b^Uj HfM, Saturday, April 30,1910. BRAND NEW We have just purchased the finest irrigated land near Lethbridge, 2 1-2 miles out, and selling in 10 acre tracts. Small cash pa3rments and balance long time. Free Auto service to look these over "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL & HELGERSON Alberta Block. Plione 777 Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ SITUATIONS WANTED WORK WAXTKD-I am open to do all kinds of jobbing work, lawn work Siirdonins work or any otl>or kind ol work yoii may favor me witli, will have careful aticntion. W'm. Taylor, P. O. Box i;ori or l-'hone 54(i. KKi-U W'ANTl'',!) -I'osition by lliorouglvly t>.\-poriencod c-lork In dry goods, good copvist r'hono 704, After 6, or call 2irCiitbill St. U4-6 J IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Capital AuthoriMd ....................................tlO.OOO.OOO CapiUI Paid Up............................ ........... 5,000,000 Reaerve Fund .......... .............................. 5,000.000 A General Bankuig Business Transacted. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 11.00 and upwards received and interest allowed (rom date of deposit. LETHBRWOE BRANCH-ROUND ST. W. R. SEATLE, BAST END BRANCH-CORNER WESTMINSTER Managar. ROAD AND FORD BT. MtJSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young ------ 405 Smith St. Iitwiitiiiil EiplByaert Igiicy 16 teamsters, $40.00 per month and board. 30 bushmen, $40 per month and board. 6 waitresses, $30.00 to $35.00. * cooks tinm $4.') to $90. 3 miaers, $1.50 per ton. 2 miners, $3.00 per day. 2 singers, $15 per week. 4 waiters, $10 to $14 per week. 5 good teams tor constnic-tion work. Eureka Theatre Entrance ^|i�ioiOio�o�oio�oaoioioioioi^^ Coal, Ice and DRAYING Why Pay Rent ? When you can buy choice farm land in the Bow Island district on crop payment plan. We have 2,000 acres that we bought when land was cheap. We have snaps on farm lands. Call at our office, we will talk terms. They cannot be neaten. The E. C. Ludtke Land Company Bow Island ,Alta. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietor Office next Arcade Phone 1163 FOR SALE Six or eight good horses. Can be seen at farm 7 miles south of Lethbridge and one mile east of Magrath Road. See L. A. FELGER CO MASON LAND CO. Horse Sale I will offer for private sale seven gentle Avell-broken . . . Saddle Horses at the FARMERS' FEED STABLE Wood Street, Lethbridge, Avliere they will be on view on Tuesday, Ipril 2litb and iin til sold. J.G.Weigand Owner. WOIvK WAXTICi)-Voung man requires situation iu any capacity, strong and willing. Address H. W., Bo.x 544 F. O., bethbridgc. 116-() WOiiK WANTICD-.Ml kinds of gardening work undertaken on shortest notice; best attention given. Write L. D., Box 544, Lethbridge. 116-0 WANTKU-An experienced stenographer wants position. Apply Bo.x 38 ilerald. llt)-3 W.\NTKD-Position as clerk or any business position of urust and responsibility by Englishman, 32. able and willing to adapt himself to anyUiing to get a start in Canada; school master in England; good references. Reply to Box 32, Grassy Uake, .'Vita. 117-6 Tenders Offers will be received by the undersigned up to Wednesday May 4th a' noon, for the privilege ot printing the premium list of the Lethbridge Agri c,ultural Society. Particulars furnished on application .1. W. McNICOL, 118-2 Secretary Tenders Wanted Sealed tenders, addressed to A. Niv-en, Box 166, secretary of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. F., for the privilege of erecting a building adjoining the I. O. O. P. block facing on Duffer-in Street, subject to a lease of the ground privileges for a term of years to be stipulated by the tenderer, at the end of which time the building will become the property of the Lodge. He also to submit a plan of same similar in construction to the building already on the property, having full sized basement, with stores on the first floor and offices above. Tenders will be received up to and not later than eight o'clock p.m. of Friday, May 6th, 1910. 113-12 TENDERS Sealed Tenders will be received up 1 to six o'clock p.m. Friday, April 29th, 1910, for the erecuon of a three-storey brick store and office building 12ox75 ft., corner or Dufferin and Crabb Sts. Bulk tenders for the entire building or separate tenders by trades will be received at office of the undersigned, 416 DulTerin street, Bryan Block, where plans and specifications may be seen. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. - THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO., LTD. 111-0 R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. steam and Hot Water Heating ! Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett St. | PHONE 48B LOANS On improved or for the improvement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. John E. Wells p. O. Box 420 109 Sherlock BIk., Lethbrldga Notice to Creditors Take notice that all parties having claims against the estate of William Thomson, deceased, who died r�t :ht' Citj' of Lethbridge, on or aooiit the 24th day of November, ]!)0;l, are required 10 send by registered mail to The Trusts and Guarantee Company Public Administrators, at Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, particulars of their claim and of the security, if any, held by them, such particulars and security, if any, held therefor, to bf verified by statutory declaration of the claimiuit or his agent. Dated at Lethbridge this 19th dav of April, 1910. The Trusts & Guarantee Co., Ltd., By Their Solicitors, Simmons & Shepherd BUISNESS CHANCES POK-.\EW TOWN OX GRA.NM) TRUNK PACIFIC fifty miles east of 'Edmonton, in good agricultural dis-j trict, offers ground floor opportunity :o merchants, tradesmen, real estaw men, doctor, druggist, baker, blacksmith, harness maker, tailor and othei lines. NN'rite Town Site Owners Walch Land Co.. Union i3ank Building Winnipeg. FENCE POSTS CHEAP Lumber, you say? We have everything you need in building line. Keep your shirt on and flies out by getting Screen Wind ows and Doors from Citizen s Lumber Co., Ltd. A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Baroness Road Phone 362 Having purchased all the ties in the abandoned roadbed of I lie Canadian Pacific Railway between Lethbridge and Macleod I am i)re!)are(i ro receivr offers for 'the sale of same in nuanii ties to suit the purchaser. Many of these ties ai'e in first class-condition and are suitable for fence liosfa or other farm construction. 1 will he a.t the 1-ethbridge Hotel on Wednesday, .May 4tli anif any pt-rsor desiring to purclia.'-e any would do well to see me then. .\ny person caii.ghi removing any o' : said ties ivitho.ut aulhority. will be |(ro i secuted. GEOHUlO SKIOLDINO, iMacleod. April 29th, 1911). I APPLICATIO.NS-For rooms and ! board at tlie y. W. T. U. residence ' will be received now. Residence j opens about .May 1. Apply P. O. box : 193. llO-Ox 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions $1.00 Please Pay in Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE fOH S.A.LK-.-Vgreement of sale. WUl make price so tluft Interest will be at 9 per cent; a years to run. Apply P. O. Box 1997. 82-Os OR SALE-Ity owner. South African j Scrip. Immediate delivery. Apply A. E. Dupon, Royal View. 98-0 SITUATIONS VACANT IiX>R SALE-tJrocery business with stock of 14000 on hand in good C. P. R. town with pay ivil of $50,000 per month and will increase to l$90,000; good monthly receipts; tliis is a snap for the right man. uon't apply except yott mean business. For further Information write to P. O. box 88, Fer-nle, B. C. 99-26 FOR SALE-1460 lb. horse, a bargain. Citizens Lumber Co.'s yard. 109-0 FOR SALE-Fine ..-aiplete steam plow and threshing outfit, good a� new. Box 42 Herald. 110-0 FOR SALE--6 or 8 good horses can be seen at farm 7 miles south of Lethbridge, and one mile east of Magrath road. See L. A. Felger, care of Mason Land Co. 110-0 FOR SALE!-Restaurant in B. C, doing $1800 month business. Rent $40.00 with lease. C. P. R. Division. Write .Miss A. Klmpton, Cranbrook, B. C. 113-6 FOR iiALl!.-Slightly I'lel piano f.>r 1200, a small cash raymonr and JlO or more per mont^i for tho b.ilance. This is nn oxceptional'y good pjivtio tor the price, is full 7 1-3 octaves and lias a very b9autlful circas^i 'ii waln.!t ra.'je, was ori.s:in.i.';y madn a.-^ a wedding gift for a piano manufacturer's daughter We are also offering exceptional bargains in new pianos, having just received another car load. Hardy & Hunt Piano Co., Ltd., 715 First Street west, Calgary. Agents for Steinway, Nordheimer and New Scale Williams Pianos. 113-6 FOR sale;-Furniture, sewing machine, show case, slot machine, bed top. Apply Philips Amon, Coal Mine No. 6, Westminster Road. WANTI^D-.'V bookkeeper and stenographer. Apply Mason Land Co. 103-0 WANTED-An experienced steno graplior. Must have knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply at once stating particulars as to experience, etc. t( Box 27 Herald. 104-O MISCELLANbOUS WANTS WANTEDProperty owners to list their property with us. Api)ly to the im perial iJevolopraent Co., Ltd., 103 Sliur-ilock Building. Corner of P.edpath and iGlyn. 92-0 WANTED TO RUV-A house and lot, on snmll cash pnymeift, not to exceed |100, balance monthly payments up to �50. Address I;:. A. H. P. O. Bo.x 1997. 92-0-s WANTED-Smart hoy to sell Can adian and American daily papers. Ap ply at once. Alexandra Hotel. News Stand. 112-0 WANTED-Bright boy to learn the trade in pressroom. Apply to Ilerald office. n3-0 WANTED-Orders for painting, pa-perlianglng, kalsominlng, interior de-coratiorts. marte a sift^,dity or. Appiv Box 670, city P. O. 9^-26 WANTED-Listings of Calgary property or will buy outright. Apply to Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Ltd., 416 Dufterla Btreet. Bryan Block. 70.0 WANTED-Ox teamsiter, must be able to drive 6 oxen to a plough; wages $45 per month during summer; commence April 1st. Apply C. Zimmerman, Seven Persons, Alta. 113-6 WANTED-Alt once, man and wife to work on farm. Experionc^i necessary. Telephone 110, H. A. SuggU.t, C>:.i dale. 113-6 WANTED-At once, a girl as mother's help. State salary required. Apply Box 1382. City. 113-6 WANTED-Two or three waitresses. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 114-6 WANTED-Advertising soiicicor on special edition work. Sal.^,ry o.- commission. Address Free Press, Taber. U4-6 WANTED-House furnished or partly furnished for the summer. Box 46 Herald office. 11 "1-6 WANTED-By dressmaker, sewing at home or by day. Apply at 48 Aro-vle or Box 2. llVc WANTED-Competent, steady girl for ] general house work. Good wages, permanent position. Apply 1206 Court-land. 114-0 WANTED-.\ cook for steam plow outflt. W. R. Dobbm. 116-0 WANTED-Competent general servant. Apply .Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge, 1233 Dufferin street. 116-6 WANTED-Would like to exchange good Winntpeg property for' hpuae oi vacant lot close to business centre or would buy a let at the right price. Apply Box 2082 City P.O. 115-6 WANTED-It will pay you to , list your houses and city property 'with us; we have a waiting buyers ll�t that we must .supply. Phone 544, P. O. Box 170. The Dowsley-McMllian Land Co., suite 206 Sherlock bulldijig. 115-0 W.-VNTBD-Voting man with tiorse and delivery rig desires wnloyment. Would deliver for grocery ana is willing to lieip in business. Apply box 34, Herald office. llK-ti LOST AND -FOUND OATS FOR SALE-We can supply yon with first class seed oats (prize winners at Provincial See.3 Fair m 1908) variety, the White Banner. Foi prices apply to Brimhall '5ros., May-moad, Alta. 11410 W.^NTBD-By May 9th a first class grocery man of one or two years' experience. .-Vpply Manager of Hudson's Bay Stores. 116-6 PARTIES THAT LIFTED TWO PAR CELS out of the storeroom of Farmer's Feed Bam, please return to place where taken from. 113-6 LOST-One bay horse aged 8 years. I Branded 111 on left shoulder. Anyone who can give Information .lis ito whereabouts, kindly write Box 188, Lethbridge. n4-6x WA.NTED-Girl lor general housework. -A-Pply 536 Bartlett St. 117-6 Tenders Tenders are Invited for the erection sent in on or before noon, Friday, of the Granum Public school, to be May 6th. to the office Of the architect, Roland W. Lines, Edmonton. Tenders .to be accompanied wUh a marked cheo.ue eoual to 5 per cent, of the tender, which cheque vrtll be forfeited if suitable bonds are not forthcoming. Tenders to be endorsed. "Tenders for Granum school." The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be �een at the office of .Messrs H. M. and W. A. Whiddington, Architects, Lethbridge. 116-4> Tenders Sealed Tenders will be received up to five o'clock, .Ma.v 5th, at the Y. M. C. office, in the Board of Trade building, Lethbridge, for the construction of a Y..M.C..\. brick building, 60 xlOO feet in the city of Lethbridge. Four sets of blue print plans and specifications can lip seen at the above mentioned office. 'I'ejjders must bo sealed and marked "Tenders tor Y.M. C. A. liuilding." 'I'lie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tender must have attached to it an accepted cheque for 2 1-2 per cent, of the amount of the tender, which amount will be forfeited if the successful tenderer refuses to sign and fullil the contract. E. .M. THOMASSON. General Secretary. 116-6 FOR SALE-Well ^.v�Dlished implement business in a good live town In Southern .-Vlberta, a snap if taken at once, good reasons given for selling. Apply Box 27 Herald office. 115-6 WANTED-General servant for small family. Apply .Mrs. Donnan, 646 Bartlett street. 117-0 W.\NTBD-Singer, lady or gentleman to sing illustrated songs at once. Fugett Majestic Theatre, Macleod Alta. 117-2 I-X^H S.\LE-Pour hole cook stove almost new. .^DDly 719 Crabb street. 116-3 ; WANTED-General servant. Apply Dainty Hospital. 118-? FOR S.-VLE-Seed potatoes, Early Rose and Burbanks from Dakota, in A 1 condition. N. H. Murray, .\lexan-dra Hotel. U6-6 : WANTED-An orderly for Ihe Gait ' Hospital by May 7th. Apply to Lady Superintendent. 118-3 FOR SALB-A second band pouto planter, slicer and a two horse cultivator, cheap. Call at 205 Bompas street. ' .,.16-6 STRAYED-Strayed from 14-8-12 two black and one bay geJdings, one buck-I skin mare, branded O with 4 projecting bars on left hip. They all had halter.s and ropes on, one rope hanging down. A suitable reward for Information leading to recovery of same wlU be paid uy Peter Batelaan, P. O. B,urde"tt. 118-6 LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR SAi^E IN CARDSTON DISTRICT-Take a run down and see where tbe government gets Its car load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, improved fro $9 to $16; flat wheat lands $15 to $40. W. O. Lee & Co., Cardsion. 96-0 WANTED--^gent to handle our me tallic sign letters. Easily applied. Write for free sample and particulars. Hall & Wilson, 321 Carlton St., Winni peg. 118-1 FOR SALE}-Stirling meat market, consisting of Lot 40x126, shop and fixtures and sufficient ice for the season. For further particulars inquire of R. J. Withers, Phone 25, Stirling, Alta. 114J-6 FOR SALE-Plowing outfit, new 25 horse power Rumley engine, with plowing frame and ten Cockshutt plows, complete, will be sold at a bargain. Box 300, Rosenroll, Alta. llU-6 I FOR S.-\LE-3 horse nower motor j cycle, chain clutch drive, Vaurs auto-' matic carboriitor, handle bar control, ' will climb anytiiing; in first class con-; diiion. Ap])ly Lethbridge Cycle Co., i next Arlington Hotel. 117-6 I'UK S-Alyl;:-^Blacksmith shop and a full set of tools, post office and store � on the place, no horse shoer nearer I tlian l.'j mile-s: a splendid location. If j you are working for wages Investigate 1 this. Owner can be seen in town Sat-I urday morning, .-\pply Box 50 Herald ; office. 117-2 TO RENT I FOR SALE-Market Gardens. 10 acre tracts, choice irrigated land cultivated, for 11,000.00 each; 1-4 cash; balance 3 years. Four and a half miles east of Lethbridge. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 71-0 TO RENT-In North Ward, a new D roomed cottage or will sell on easy terms. Apply P. O. Box 1417 01 Phone 781. 118-^ TO RENT-Kurnlshetlllah^le; price $15,50 per acre; small ca^sh payment, balance 9 years. The .Alberta Securities Ltd. 117-6 FOR SALE-11000 acres on main line Canadian Pacific railway in Southern Alberta to be sold en bloc; good' retail proposition. Tne Alberta Securities Ltd. 117-6 TO RENT-House and rooms, close in to rent. Apply ,',22 Bartlett St. 118-(' PROPPRTV OR SALE MONEY TO LOAN-Lean* and Intur. ance on farm and city property. Apply the Southern Alberta Loan and InveetniLiit Co.. 416 Dufferin itreet. Bryan blocK FOR SALE-New fully modern 7 room ed liouse, Hodgman Street, 5 minuter walk to business part of town. Pi:i-i $3000.00. Small amount of cash wll) handle. Apply Southern Alberta Loar and Investment Co., Ltd., 416 Duffer In Street, Bryan Block. 112-0 FOR SALE-House and barn on two lot�, Fairvlew, $130 will handle, balance monthly payments. Apply Box 14, Herald. 116-6 FOR SAIVE-Improved 1-2 section with good buildings, 9 miles south of Lethbridge, 1-3 crop goes with tlie place, $35 per acre; $15 per acre cash, balance easy terms. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 117-6 FOR SALE-Eighty acre farm, about 4 1-2 miles from Cranbrook, B. C, close to creek, fifteen acres fenced, about �three acres broken. Several large and small log buildings, including barn 52x30. Plenty of wood and good water Will trade for good quarter section of prairie land, with some Improvements and good water. Box 326, Cranbrook, B.C. 118-1 FOR RENT Best business stand in North Lethbridge, Kennedy Block to rent. Snap in Duff Addition, 6 roomed house 912 Burdett St. APPLY KENNEDY HALL ;