Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PXBE TWO Ttfa lothhridge datlt herald friday, august 3, 1917 FARM LANDS FOR SALE �s& to rent Whin Rsetylng Mention Tn� Htmll, to RENT-Half of omce, reasonable; Apply Pike Grain 188-0 SNAP FOR STOCKMEN WE HAVE A QUARTER-SECTION close to Biding with over 20,000 acres of free range, plenty of water scattered throughout tributary to this land, lake on this quarter. Will �ell for $10 per acre cash. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY, Next Merchants Bank, "''j^*' S0" 4 5 s terms to right party Co., Ltd.. jCtty____________ _ TO"TIEnT-Piauo to careful party. Reasonable rent. Wrlto Box 22, Herald. 195-C TENDERS For the Construction i of Telephone Ex-j change Buildings at Cardslon, Cowley. Magrnth and Raymond, Alberta. Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for the construction of Telephone Kx-change Buildings at Cnrdston, Cowley, Magrath and Raymond. Alberta" will be received up to 12 p.m. Saturday, August 11th, 1917. Tenders submitted may cover one or all buildings, but each building! shall be covered by a separate tender and shall be considered as individual j contracts. I Plans and specifications may be had, on application to the Plant Superin-j tendent. Department of Telephones, i Parliament Buildings. Edmonton. Accepted cheque for five (?5.00) dol-1 lars shall accompany each request 'or j plans and specifications, which shall be returned when contract is awarded. Each tender to be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable at par. Kdmonton, to the Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones for Five (5%) per cent, of the tender. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive anv defects. W. J. HARMER. To KliNT-furnished housekeeping and sleeping rooms. 422 1th St. S. ___IPS-6 to rent - Couple- of furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. .1316 6th Ave. 3. 198-6 t73-7lENT-2~^co furitlslTcd rooTusT fully modern, use of phono and piano. 410 Mb Ave. S. Phone 155;!. 193-6 t^j rent- roomsTiri "prK-aTc-fiTrnliy". central location. Rates reasonable. Apply 713 3rd Ave. S. ' - ips-2 t(j re nt-3 roo mcd suite for" fight house keeping, gas and light free. Phone 1213, or call at 329 11th St. S. a. s sifted MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Ads. Ads for this I'aob Must Bi in uffic8 BV 10.45 A.UH TO ArPEAH 8a�B DAT. ISa an imnrioir fob 85 WOW* OB lb8s-6 TIMES fOl THE PRICK OF FOUR. _____ _191-6 TO RENf^^hat~S% storey fully modern dwelliug, 612 6th St. S. Suitable for a rooming house. Possession at onco. Apply the C. B. Bowman Ag- ency. Phono 1325._152-0 TO RENT-rSToraie space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay A drain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phono 732 229- _ situations vacant WANTED--At onco, a wet nurse. Ap-519 7th St. S. Apply 198-C Ply WANTED-Teamster at once Box 38, Herald. WAN'tED-French polisher with general experience Pleco work only. Write Uox 46, Herald.__._.?93.T^ WANTED-Ciirl for general housework. No washing. 317 12th St. S. 196-6 TO kent-Storage lor all kinds furniture. Central location. Reasonable prices. McLean Transfer, office Balmoral block, Phone 1097, Residence___ 524 7th St, South. Phono 10S9. 81-0 \ WANTED WANTED-Woman to cook on farm. Good wages. s. Hazell, Burdett, Alta. 196-6 WANTED-Good smart boy, for permanent positiou. Chances for promotion. Apply Supts. Office. C.P.R. 195-4 CTOAIT-MINERS """WANT ED-Steady work, good mining conditions. Feder- al Coals Limited, operating the Grace Mine. 175-0 MR. - are "you satisfied with your present living quarters. It not go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. ith Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 347. 17S-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE Competent woman cook for farm to cook for 4 to 6 men, no children, wages $30. Apply L. M. Grant. Barons.__192-0 wantet>-Compotent woman or girl for general housowbrk. Mrs. W. H. Fairileld, Experimental Farm, phono 3S5. 197-0 for sale-Miscellaneous TOR SALE-Heed baby carrlago in good condition. Apply S36 12th St. S. ____.193-6 FOR SALE-Canary birds. Inquire Mrs. G. L. Atkins, Now Dayton, Alta. 198-2 FOR SALE-Barbers chair, shoo shine stand, phonographs, square piano, and lots of other goods at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Blk. Phone 1023. 194-6 FOR SALE-Book, stationery nnd confectionery storo; good opening for stock of fancy goods; clean stock, modern fixtures. Small capital will handle. Apply Box 596, Trail, B.C. 188-12 for SALE-Queen Victoria park lots | $250.00 each. Lots 22. 23, 24, 25 in .. -- ~ to suit purchaser.' , � 17S-30 house in city WANTED-Good general servant, preferably one who can sleep at home. Applv" Mrs. N. Clark, 313 5th Ave. S. 197 Block nine. Terms Box 15, Herald. FOR sale-Make your best cash offer for lots 13 and 14, block 23, Duff addition. Can give clear title. Applv Box 30. Herald. 193-6 tractor, S36 - Plasterers, to-'plaster Apply R. F. Bristol, con-th St. S. Phono 1502. 198-2 Deputy Minister of Railways and Telephones. Dated at Edmonton, this 31st day of July, 1917. Ad W NOTICE TO FARMERS We have a first class couple on hand. Wito can cook for harvesting crew, man to run binder. J. Harris & Co., Employment Agent, Phone 1412 197-0 roomed house one-roomed shack. All shape. Buildings are at ! WANTED-At once, a good all-round ; blacksmith, pay the highest*of wages, I steady job for right man. Address A. ! J. Bergeron, Bow Island, Alta. 19S-6 two-roomed shack and . WANTKD Af~dNCE - Experienced g > stenographer, with knowledge of book- i FOR sale-At a bargain. Five- in Coalhurst. FOR SALE-One portablo stool forge, with number 400 blower; also Peter Wright anvil, 145 lbs.; one band saw machine, 30 inch, one rip saw and table, 25 inches wide. 4 ft. long, with 11 inch saws. Also one set of sheep wagon bows. 1401 4th Ave. N., P. A Harding. 1�6-6 SELL YOUll FURNITURE AT WADDING-TON'S. GOOD 'PRICES. PROMPT' SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER SIX P.M., 469. land for sale When Replying Mention Th� Herald FOR SALE-320 acres t'.rst class land, township eleven, rnngo twenty-one, |2�.Ofj\per acre, $1.00 per acre cash, batAyhe % crop payments, 7%. N. B. PaatvA Co., 10 Macdonald Blk. 191-12-Pf}R Wale-NT^Sec. 31-6-lB, adjoin ing toWnsito of Conrad, first class land, $21.00 per acre, small cash payment, long terms. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Mac Donald Block, Phono 570. 194-6 FOR SALE-Good dairy farm, build ings, pasture, shelter, unlimited water supply, 2Vi miles from post office. Will sell cheap, cash or terms. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Blk. 191-12 FOR SALE-Oregon farm near town, electric line, lots of fruit, rich soil, splendid climato. Will exchango for Alberta farms. Claudo Colo, 300 Honry BIdg., Portland, Oregon. 197- FOR SALE-640 acre ranch near op en range, 100 acres under cultivation, 5 roomed house, good buildings and fences, creek. 21 head of horses, 68 cattle, farm implements, ?22.00. This Includes everything on tho placo ex cept household goods. Terms. Cox ft Co. 1 185-0 automobiles for sale FOR SALE-Five passenger Chalmers Touring Car at a bargain. Bijou Motor Parlors. 183-0 Shape. MUliaings are m v,uaiuU13l. nroferred Apply to Henry Carey, Diamond1 City. ! ^^^14 He Apply stating sal- 193-6 for SALE-A house containing six or seven rooms, also four acres of land rented by Robert Rogers, close in. I ?500.00 cash. Easy payments for the | balance. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, Coal hurst. WANTED-Man and wife to work on farm, man tor general farm work, no children. State wages. Apply to Box 2122, New Dayton. 195-6 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT-3 or 4 roomed house, close in. Apply Box 2. 197-ox ^WANTED TO RENT-Four or five roomed furnished suite or furnished house, modern, want a good place and will guarantee best of care. Apply box 1, Herald. 197-6 WANTED TO RENT-Farm, by 3UC cessful farmer with first class equip nient, improved farm of section or more, near transportation. Nothing considered without plenty of good water. Best of credentials as to efficiency and reliability. Address Box 11, Herald. 19S-6 FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Lan4 Co. FOR SALE The H. Macbeth Agency FOR SALE-Bungalow at sacrifice; nicely located, concrete basement, good bathroom fixtures, separate switch for each light, kitchen cabinet built in, fireplace and furnace, also three other modem houses for sale. Apply Ed. Kennedy. Phone 1324. _ .194-6 WANTED-One first class hoisting 195_g i engineer. 1 fireman, 2 puncher-mach- j ine men, 2 drivers, 10 miners. Highest , wages for good men. Call or write at once. Sterling Coal Mine., Ltd. Drum-heller, Alta. 194-6 WADDINGTON, T H E AUCTIONEER, PAYS CASH FOR FURNITURE. QUOTATIONS FREE. PHONE 770. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Experienced and competent stenographer can give afternoons supplying during holiday season. Apply Box 3u, Herald. 189-Ox WANTED-FiFst class experienced gas engineer, desires position for season. Either threshing or plowing, Vernon W. Jackson, Box 12, Noble-ford, Alta. 195-6 WANTED-Immediately, experienced grocery clerk. Apply the Good Co. 197-0 WANTED-Representatives to distribute Tablets which wash clothes spotlessly 'clean without rubbing. One trial makes permanent customers. One hundred per cent profit. Make five dollars daily. Send ten cents for samples for four washings. Bradley Company, Brantford, Ont._Ad K FOR SALE-Ford roadster in good condition, for $325. Ford touring car, cheap One Chevrolet touring car In good condition. $500. Baalim Motor Co., rear Union Bank. 18G-0 FOR SALE-Threo quarters, 3% miles from station, including about 275 acres of good crdp, buildings, etc., 53G.50 per aero on terms. This Is a gift. Half section near Barons, wltll 100 acres of crop, at $28.00 per aero. For real snapB aee Pppham & May Barons, Alta. 193-6 PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI MEDICAL VIAVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 85 years. Lit* eraturo on request. Mrs. O. Thomas room No. 9, Dominion Block, Loth-bridge, phone 1532. 171-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS A LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, Kim work dona by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 411 4th Ave. S. OR. W. 8. QALBRAITH-Physlolaa Burgeon, Accoucher. Hours 1-1} 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1263. Might and house phone 13E0. ORB. CONNOR, MeNALLY A JAMIB> BON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Office houra: :i to 12 a.m.] 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. PIANO TUNING O. H. CRIPP8, EXPF.3T TUNER - Player-Piano and Orgvn Repairer; 20 rears' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1161 1253 6th Ave. A. South. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tire repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town ordors. E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. S.. 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES BUILDING 8UPPLIE3 - Cement, lime, plaster, roofing, plate and window glass, automobile wind shields. 7$ie Western Supply A Equipment Co., Ltd, 4th Street South. Phone 1044, Bos 398. 108-0 CHS. OEVEBErl, CAMPBELL. ROY a CRAQQ. - Office Royal Bank) Building. Office hours: 1 to 2. afternoons: 7 to 8 evenings. Phone 605. Residence phones: Dr. Campbell 1361; Br. Roy 609: Dr. Cragg 1203. OR. TAYLOR-Ear. Bye, Nose and Throat: 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 1012; 2-�i; evenings by appointment. Phone*; C*Hco 241; R� sidenco .693. � DENTAL OR. M..J. GIBBON-Dentist, graduati of Royal College of Dental Surgeona Toronto, and holder of a Domluton Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and C, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtlce ft Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethhrldgo, Alta._ OR8. MARRS and MARRS- Dentists. Successoni to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Houra 9 to 6. Office. Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. CLEANING AND DYEING FOR SALE OR RENT-480 acres all In crop,' 90 head of heifers, 7 horses well improved dairy farm, with ma chinery and . 480 acres grazing land. Never failing spring. Easy terms, owner leaving country. Como and see this snap. No agents need apply. D. E. King. Grassy Lake. 197-4 for sale (Agricultural) When Replying Mention Th� Herslfl. FOR SALE-Good strong team of horses, gray. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay. 192-0 FOR SALE-Two good cows, coming fresh within ten days, cheap for cash. Apply 720 19th St. N. 194-G FOR SALE-One pedigreed Berkshire boar, 400 lbs., one span of large mules, 300 feet of 4-incU well casing, three or four good horses, one delivery horse. t. W. Crofts,.City. 195-5 FOR SALE-Cranbrook Estates, Limited, (The Baker Estate). This estate containing about 18,000 acres of open prairie, prairie with scattered willow brush, open rolling hills and low hills which.have been logged over, is situated , (in general terms) between Cranbrook and Fort Steele, all close to the C.F.R. tracks and well provided with roads and trails. Lots 125, 128 and 426 containing 2565 acres adjoining the Kootenay River and consist almost entirely of deep alluvial soil. The estato, which is admirably adapted for stock raising and cattle ranching, is open to examination with a view to sale (or any part of it) on exceptionally reasonable terms. Apply to John Cholditch, Townslte Office, Cranbrook. B. C. 181-24 THE VALET--Spec!allBts In French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. ' Only the highest class work turned out. Immediate attention Is given to country orders. 224 6th Street South. Phone 1812.__� . - OUR~CITY-0yE~WORKS, 408 2nd Ave. 8.' First clasB dying done. X.i. .iititig and pressing a specialty. JBest.qf service. A. Goldstein, Prop. PhongNi44. , _101-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office op poslte Court House. Motor and horse drawn hearses. Phone 661. Residence 284 "7th Ave. S.. Phone 1173. Open day and nl-hL OR. E. G. SIMMONDB-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London). L.D.S, 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. dfflce: 6-8, Hlg*nbotham Block. Phone 1616. DRTT. W. F6xT~dentlst, Graduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 786: residence phono 752. Offices Uulon Bank Building. 168^-0 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPltAL - tars. Van Haarlem's _ Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746 WANTED-Office boy at once. Cony-beare, Church, McArthur and Davidson. 196-0 LOST AND FOUND LOST-A black club bag, Friday ev-| enlng between Lethbridge and Noble-ford. Finder please return to Herald Office. 194-G NOTICE! Owing to a large number of our farmer customers having requested us to look after their help problem this coming season we have decided to open a GENERAL EMPLOY. MENT OFFICE in connection with our real estate business, and will be prepared to look after your help problem at all times. We will be able to supply you with help, but advise you to let'us know your wants early. Remember our location, ground floor, Empress Theatre Block. COX & CO. Phone 1808 196-4 LOST-One bay mare, 7 years old, branded N H and F C on right shoulder. $10.00 reward for return to Coal-dale rest. Phone 213. 195-� LOST-A seventeen-jewel Waltham v/atch, attached to fob with $2.c0 gold piece on it. Lost near Chin bridge Reward for return to S. B. Averill Barnwell, Alta. 197- WANTED-Primary teacher for the Bridgend School District No. 2394. Duties to commence Sept. 1st. State previous experience. Salary $800.00 per annum. Previous applicants will oblige by again applying a3 applications were lost by fire. J. J. Cash, Secretary-Treasurer, Coalhurst, Alta. 193-6 FOR SALE-22 head shorthorn cattle, consisting of cows with calves, 1 to 3 year old steers and heifers, also 1 purebred shorthorn bull! Wallace Bart-lett, Elcan, Alta.. or phone R107, Ta-ber 197-G FARMERS AND RANCHERS - Let me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' residence in Lethbridge enables mo to thoroughly understand your requirements. Phone or write me and I will help you. I write hall insurance in a good company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Office open evenings. Office phone 545,' residence 1135. P. O. Box 260. 172-0 FORMERLY THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA LAND COMPANY, LTD., CANADA LAND AND IRRIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. MacKAY e\ MacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, 803 3rd Avenue 8. Phone 1802. Always open; uevo: closed. 8ECOND HAND STORE NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, Prop. Telephone 1155. 166-0 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR MATER-KITY cases, and all alckness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. H. Helwlg. 316 14th St. 8.. Phone 739. 68-� CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-If you are elck and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office la residence 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, houra 9.30 to 6: 7 t� 9. Phono 1677. DRESSMAKING LOST-Between Club Cafe and Alexandra Hotel, white canvas bag containing valuable papers, belonging to J. H. Frankel. Finder will be rewarded by leaving same at Herald Office. 197-2 WANTED STRAYED-From my place, opposite Crystal Lake school house, one red, year-old steer, branded on left rump. $5.00 reward for information leading to his recovery. Wm. J. Whitely, Lethbridge. 195-G FARM LANDS Organised ae wo are, with offices at different points, we are In a position to offer you the best buys available. 640 ACRES. 30 miles north of Calgary. Good mixed farming district, 150 acreB under cultivation. Small set of buildings, abundance of spring water. $24.25 per acre. Easy terms. 600 ACRES, 8 miles from Morley Log buildings, abundance of grass and Bpring water. Price JS.OO per acre. Easy terms. 320 ACRES. Castor district. Stock proposition. Plenty ot giass and water. $8.50 per acre. LISTINGS WANTED TWO AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. MARRIED MEN PREFERRED. BOX 19, HERALD 160-0 STRAYED-Onto my premises, One bay horse, branded 33 on left shoulder. About 12 years old. Apply Box 301, Coalhurst. 19C-G LOST-A bi~ack~"horse~vitn~ strip" iii forehead, three feet with white strip on. Brand rather indistinct. $5.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Charlie Francis, 110 8th St. S. __195-6 STRAYEDVOne grey horse with blotched^ brand on left shoulder and 8 P rev�re�d, 'eft jaw; one bay horse with biased face, branded 27 oe right hip, S / reversed- on left jaw. $5.00 rewar*:foy\ Information leading to rc-cortKpvff. O.'Kerr. phone R1008. 197 G WANTED At once, three experienced Salesladies lor Dry Goods Section. miscellaneous wants MURCHISON BROS, GADDES * BRADEN 414 4th Ave. 8. Phone 160a Offices: Calgary, Champlen, 8wal-well, Cralamyle. 190-0 WANTED-Painting, paper-hanging, kalsominlng. Get our prices. N. Oliver, 623 6th St. S. _196-G WANTED-Married man wants work mowing lawns and carpet-beating, etc. 1009 7th Ave. S., Phone 1674. 194-6 WANTED-Second hand typewriter In good condition. G. Ei. Fleming,. Star-land Theatre. 19G-0 WANTED-Hay contractors to cut and stack 130 acres second crop alfalfa, liberal price per ton. Write P. O. Box 304, LethbridEe^_IPG-6 WA^NTED^T"(Tl)uy on crop payments, a farm in Lethbridge district. Would HUn to hear from owner. Mean busi-nous. Apply Box 3G, Herald. 19G-G WANTKD-Hay contractors will pay a good price per tor, lo party who will put up rrom 200 to 500 tons of hay on our ranch. Good hay. Will furnish derrick poles. Alclntyro Ranch, Magrath, Alta. . 193-6 Apply Hudson's Bay Co. 194-0 Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Dloek Lethbridge Vlctrelas, Victor Records, Violins, Aceordeons, Sheet Musle and Musical Merchandise, Advertisement For the Construction of the Levee Embankment at North Dam, Lake McGregor Medicine Hat, Alberta, July 27th, 1917. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, until. 2 ;'p. ni., August 6th, 1917, for work as follows: For the construction and completion of levee embankment at the' inside toe of the North D^in of Lake McGregor Reservoir, involving the excavation of approximately twenty-five thousand (25,000) cubic yards of material, as indicated by schedule attached. The work is situated' In the N.E. % of Section 35 and N.W. % of Section 3G, Township 18, Range 22, West of tho Fourth Meridian. Assistance respecting tho work may l.o obtained from Mr. P. A. Wallace, at Carsland, Alberta. For general information npply at the office of the Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, at Medicine Hat, Alberta. Notice to Bidders Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified cheque, payable to tho order of tho Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, In the sum of 1% (one per cent.) of the total amount bid, as a guarantee that the .bidder will, if successful, promptly execute a satisfactory contract,' and furnish bond in the sum of 10% (ten per cent,) of the total amount bid, for the faithful performance of the work as required by'the general and detail specifications. Proposals must be plainly marked "Proposal for Levee Embankment, to bo opened August 6th, 1917," and addressed the Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, D. W. Hays, Ad T Chief Engineer. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to tho order of His Honor Judge Jackson made the 19th day of July A.D. 1917 in a certain action wherein The Molson's Bank is plaintiff and John B. Picho and Hildedge Miron are defendants, tho following lands and premises in the Province of Alberta, namely, Lot 18 in Block G according to a plan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in the Land Titles Office for tho South Alberta Land Registration District as "Lethbridge 4353S." Subject to the rights and reservations implied or expressed in the existing Certificate of Title and in the original grant from the crown, will bo offered for sale by public auction on the 18th day of August, A.D. 1917 at 10.00 o'clock in tho forenoon at tho Court House in the City of Lethbridge in the Provinco of Alberta. On the property there is said to be a two storey brick building about 25 x 50 used as a Chinese school room and boarding house. A one storey frame building about 20 x 24, used as a storage building in poor repair. The property will be offered for sale subject to a reserved bid and subject to tho reservations contained in the grant from the crown or in the Certificate of Title. Terms of Sale: 10% In cash at time of sale, 15%in sixty days, 25% in six, months from date of sale, 25% in one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale with interest at the rate o� eight (S) per cent, per annum. Further directions may bo had from the auctioneer or the undersigned solicitors. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaiutiff Herein. Malcolm Young, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad N BLASTING AND REPAIRING BLASTING AND REPAIRING. Write John Zoremba, P. O. Box 5G9. 197-3 AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfgs. of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Telephone 1501. 165-0 FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes In car lot or less. See us before buying or selling. Established ten years. We are tn touch with the best markets P. O. Hyde & Co.. Phrne 1214. farm products, limited, WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mail you our Weekly Mar**! Card on request 201 8HERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : : : : Phone 77? W. J. Lloyd, Mgr., Res. Phone S6S M. R. Hszell, Acet.. Res. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Electrical Engineering and Contracting. Consultations on all kinds ot electrical work. Lighting plants Installed. Estimates furnished. H. B, McElyea, Assoc. A.I.3.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 1264 Fourth Ave. S. Phone 1888. 155-0 AUCTIONEER GOOD DRESSMAKING DONE. Mrs. H. M. Packard, 114 5th St. S. 19S-0x MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-I'ianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy nn-'. Royal Collego of Music, London. Eng.. last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. TWELFTH SEASON OF THE LETH- bridge Conservatory of Music reopens Thursday, August 30th. Piano, Theory, Violin, Orchestra nnd Band Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, Ukulele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocution. Certificated teachers. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phone 7G5. 181-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge. OPEN ALL SUMMER Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Prlnolpal 1531 Write for Full Information. W. L. WILSON, Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. SaleB conducted anywhere in tho provinco. Terms reasonable. Write or phono 1023. Head office at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alta. _ Mall Orders Qlven Careful Attention. TRY A HERALD WANT AD ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619. P. O. Box 805. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants Audits, Investigations, Eto. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Third Ave., 8. Lethbridge. I ELECTRICAL/! SUPPLIES!! AND ALL KINDS. OF �t>f> TRICAL WORK. W,i. McKenzie & Cq. PHONE �S7 718 Sr#4,V�. ft. To Farmers Harvest Help OUR ARRANGEMENTS ARE NOW COMPLETE TO SUPPLY YOU WITH EXPERIENCED HELP FOR HARVE8T AND THRESHING AS IN PREVIOU8 YEAR8. CALL US UP WHEN YOU ARE READY. WE HAVE THE MEN. J. Harris & Co. PHONE 1412 RE8IDENCE 1427 WATER LOC>.TOP/ WATER LOCATED-1 can locate water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davles, Nobleford. 97-0 8H0C REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called tor and delivered. Prank Miles, "11 ttt Avenue South. HATWORK8 HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED- Try us, wo know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props., next Empress Theatre. 102-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. The only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props. Telephone 1827. 169-0 BUSINE88 COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B.C. Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, facilities for' other subjects If required. Muslo (piano, violin, singing), dancing. Write for prospectus to Miss Char-rlngton, Head Mistress. 166-6 DECORATINO WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators, Paperhangere and Painters; Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1478; office phone 1758, Sherlock Bldg., Let* bridge, Alta. WELDING CASTING AND FORGING, WELDED and reinforced. We aro equipped to handle light and heavy welding jobs. 12G6 Second Ave. S. (near Ellison mills) R. Bossort, P. O. Box 369, Lethbridge. 161-0 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - Tha modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If It'a metal we can weld It. The piece will be strongest where It is welded. W. N. Kuth, 381 6th Street South, Best to Herald. FARM LOANS We have money to loan en farm land at reasonable rates. Valuations are made from Lethbridge and we have the record for prompt payment after taking of application, usually less than two weeks. Do business with an old established and reliable firm. M. P. JohiiNton & Co. Suite Two, Alberta Block Lethbridge, Alberta, Can.