Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
f AGE TWO THE LKi-nimittCUft.. DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 6,1917 FARM LANDS FOR SALE �8& TO RENT SNAP FOR STOCKMEN yfE HAVE A QUARTER-SECTION close to siding with over �0,000 acres of free rango, plenty of wbIt scattered throughout tributary to this land, lake on this quarter. Will soil for $10 por acre cash. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY, Next Merchants Bank, 5th St. S. 191-0 FOR SALE. S. v, 3-9-14, W. Sth $15.00 per aero N. Vi of L'!1-"-] -1, W. 4th $15.00 por acre N. H- of lil'-T-lS. W. 1th $15.00 por acre All .'5.V4-15. W. 4th ... $U>.00 por acre All 2P-S-1"., W. 4th ... ?;o.00 por acre }i Section, l1^ miles from Wilson .. .. 520.00 por acre Easy Terms. WM. INGRAM. The Alberta Securities, Lethbridge. 200-6 notice" Take notice that His Honor Judge Greene. Judge of the District four! , of Medicine Hat. will hold court in Etzikom on the 15th and 16th of' October. 1017. and in Pakowkl on the j 17th of October, l'.tl7. for the purpose j of confirming the tax enforcement re-j turn of the Rural Municipality of Flowerv Plains, No. 33. S. COPE, Ad U Secretary-Treasurer. TO RENT-Piano to careful party. Reasonable rent. Write Box 22, Herald.___195-6 j TO~ RENT - Couple of furnished j rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, 1316 fith Ave. S. IDS - t> tO~RENf-That 2\4 itoroy fully, modern dwelling. 612 (ilh St. S. Sult-nhlo for a rooming houne. Possession i at, once. Apply tho C. B. Bowman Ag- ency. Tliono 1326. 152-0 TO RKNT--Nicciy"""ftirnlrthe-iRwd-iTttlfy-ftTriu, buildings, pasture, shelter, unlimited water supply,- 2V� miles from,post office. Will Rell cheap, cash or torms. Apply N. B. Poat_& Co., 10 Macdonald Blk. 191-12 FOR~SALE- Oregon farniiioar town, olectrle line, lots of fruit, rich soil, splendid climate. Will exchange for Alberta farms. Claude Cole, 300 Henry Bldg., Portland, Oregon. 197-C FOR SALE^SlTo'ncroTlill fonceTlTT miles from Commerce, 125 acres good flax. 75 acres ready for crop next year. Flax goes with land at $30.00 per ncro. $1,500 cash, balance 7 years 7 per cent. Cox & Co. _200-0 FOR SALE^NoTtlO/ST section"2T-(T3IT all first class plow land, near Stirling, Craddock and Judson, $21.00 per aero, $1320.00 cash, �% interest, no payment on principal for 10 years if desired. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 McDonald Block,_Phone 570._____190IZ_12 FOTt_s7\.il3~OlTilENT-480 acres all In crop, 90 head of heifers, 7 horses, well improved dairy farm, with machinery and 480 acres grazing land. Never failing rnrlne. Easy terms, owner, leaving country. Come and see this snap. No agents need apply. D. E. King, Grassy Lake. 197-4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI VI AVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR womon's diseases and nervous dla-ordors. Successful for 25 years. Literature on rouuost. Sirs. O. Thomas room No. 9, Dominion Block, Lethbridge, phone 1532. 171-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS A LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any lllht machinery. rvpalred, lawn sower* sharpened. D. B. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1031, 411 4th Are. 8. PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 yuirs' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T.'Assn.. London, England. Reference to tho loading musicians ot the city. Phone 116K 1253 Cth Ave. A. 8oiith. VULCANIZING. mines and minerals (4). Part of Legal Sub-division 3 , , . , , , , , i of Section 21, Township 7, Rnge 3, School to start Sept. Wegt of lhe 5th j,crUUnn aS described I in Certificate ot Title 6-J-180, containing 9.08 acreSk. excepting miiies and minerals. (5). Lots 1 to 10 inclusive accord- inK to registered plan "Maple Leaf C401-Y" as described in Certificate of Title 6-J-176, excepting mines and minerals. (6). Lots 17 to 21 Inclusive in Block 20 according to registered plan "Maple Loaf 72-12-A.I., as .described in Certificate of Title 6-J-179, excepting mines and minerals. (7). All coal within, upon or under the North-west quarter of Section 16, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian as'described in Certificate of Title 6-J-177, containing 160.40 acres. (SI. All minerals other than gold or silver, within, upon, or under the West half of Section 21, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian, excepting 5.20 acres lying West of Crows Nest river; S.26 acres for railway right of way and 7.31 acres for roadway; all as described in Certificate of Title II-S123, co-jprising 299.63 acres. Which I shall expose for sale on Thursday the 23rd day of August, 1917, in front of the Court House, Macleod, Alberta, at the hour of 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Sheriffs' Office, July 17, 1917. A. B. Macdonald, Sheriff, Macleod Judicial District. Further terms and conditions of sale and complete description of tho properties may be obtained by application to me. A. E. Macdonald, Sheriff, Ad Q M. J. D. FOR SALE-Cranbrook Estates, Limited, (Tho 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.r.R. tracks and well provided with roads and trails. Lots 125, 128 and 426 containing 2565 acres ad-Joining the Kootenay River and consist almost entirely of deep alluvial soil. The estate, which Is admirably adapted for stock raising and cattlo ranching, is open to examination with a view to sale (or any part of it) on exceptionally reasonable terms. Apply to John Cholditch, Townsite Olfice, Cranbrook, B. C. 1S1-24 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 Employment 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 1S0S. 200-0 WANTED TWO AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. MARRIED MEN PREFERRED. BOX 19, HERALD 1600 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS STRAYED .OR STOLEN-One KUt.re, age 7 years, branded \v"ilh eolt, from pasture 4 miles S. E. of - city. Suitable re-ward tor-Information leading to re-corery. 318 18th St. N., Letlibrldgo. �>;'�' � ' ' _200-6 S1*RAYED-One grey horse with blotched brand on left shoulder and S F reversed, left jaw; one bay horse with blazed face, branded 27 on right hip, S f reversed on left Jaw. $5.00 reward for information leading to recovery. G. O. Kerr, phono R1008. 197-6 LOST-From Wrentham, one bay ) mare, branded lazy J over C on right j thigh, 5 years.old. Also one bay mare j heavy with foal when loBt, branded j bar over R B on right shoulder and bar over V on loft shoulder. $10.00 reward for return to E. Christiansen. 200-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES I AND ALL KINDS OF EL EC TRICAL WORK. VV.L. McKenzle Si Co. PHONE 437 718 3rd Ave. 8. I J WANTED-Painting, paper-hanging, knlsomlulng. Get our prices. N. Oliver, j?Z 6th St. S. 19G-6 WANTED-Second hand typewriter*]!! good condition. O. E. Fleming, Star-land Theatre. 196-0 WANTED-May contractors to cut and stack 130 acres second crop nlfal-fa, liberal prlco per ton. Write P. O. Box 304, Letlibridge. 196'-e WANTED-Money to loan on Improved farms. Apply Wm. Ingram, tho Alberta Securities, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 199-6 WANTED-To buy on crop payments, a farm in Lethbridge district. Would like to hear from owner. Mean business. Apply Box 36, Herald. 196-6 Mason & Risch Limited �almoral alack Lethbrfdo* Vletrolas, Victor Records, VIsV In*, Accerdeona. Sheet Must* and Musical Merehandlse. Mall Ordera Given Careful Attention. Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the estate of Harry Fields, late of Champion, Alberta, farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named Harry Fields, who died on the 28th day of February, 1917, are required to file with the undor-signed by the 20th day of August, 1017 a full statement, duly verified, of their claims and of any securities held by them, and that, after that date the public administrator will distrlbuto the assets of tho deceased among tho parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tho claims of which notice has been so filed or which has been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 20th day of July, 1917. Tho Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, * Public Administrator, 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta. (Sgd.) H. A. Howard, Manager, R. Andrew Smith, Solicitor lor the Administrator. 194-1 FORMERLY THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA LAND COMPANY, LTD., CANADA LAND AND IRRIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. 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. 13S-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES - Cement lime, piaster, roofing, plate an! window flass, automobile wind-rhiolds. The Western Supply & Equipment Co., Ltd.. 4th Street South. Phone lfi*1. Box 298. log-o CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cloanlng. Our process eliminates danger of iniv.rr to garments. Only tho highest class work turned out. Immediate attention Is given to x country orders. 824 6th Street South. Phono 1812. OUR CITY DYE WORKS, 408 2nd Ave. S. First class dying done. Cleaning and pressing a specialty. Best of service, A. Goldstein, Prop. Phone 444. 161-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office opposite Court House. Motor and horse drawn hearses. Phone 661. Residence 2s4 ''th Ave. S., Phone 1173. Open day and hi;:ht. MacKAY A MacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, 803 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1802. Always open; uever closet'. SECOND 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 _BLASTING AND REPAIRING BLASTING? AND'REPAIRING. Write John Zoremba, P. O, Box 569. 197-3 AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, CCR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfgs. of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Telephone 1501. 165-0 FARM PRODUCE Advertisement For the Construction of the Levee Embankment at North Dam, Lake McGregor Medicine Hat, Alberta, July 27th, 1917. Sealed proposa-is will bo received at the office of the Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, until 2 p. m., August 6th, 1917, for work as follow?.: I�or the construction and completion of levee embankment at the insido too ol the North Djui of Lake McGregor Reservoir, involving the excavation of approximately twenty-five thousand (25,000) cubic yards ot material, as indicated by schedule attached. The work is situated in the N.E. yt of Section 35 and N.W. V* of Section 36, Township 18, Range 22, West of tho Fourth Meridian. Assistance respecting the work may be obtained from Mr. F. A. Wallace, at Carsland, Alberta. For general Information apply 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 chequo, 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 furnlBh bond in tho sum of 10% (ten per cent.) of the total amount bid, for the faithful performance of the work as required by tho general and detail specifications, Proposals must be plainly marked "Proposal for Levee Embankment, to bo opened August 6th, 1917," and addressed tho Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, Mcdlcino Hat, Alberta. Canada Land and Irrigation Company, Limited, D. W. Hays, Ad T Chief Engineer. Highest Cash Prtcea paid for Hay. Grain and Potatoes In car lot or less. See us before buying or selling. Established ten years. We are In touch with the best markets F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 1244. FARM "PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale. Lethbridge, Raymond and Kfagrath. Whether you want to buy or sell, we will mail you our Weekly Mar^M Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : : : : Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr.. Ret. Phone 365 M. R. Maxell. Acct. Res. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Electrical Engineering and Contract ing. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work. Lighting plants Installed. Estimates furnished. H. B. McElyoa, Assoc. A.l.E.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor. 1264 Fourth Ave. S. Phone 1888. 155-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Sales conducted anywhere in the province. Torms reasonable. Write or phono 1023. Head office at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Block, Loth-bridge, Alta. To Farmers Harvest Help OUR ARRANGEMENTS ARE NOW COMPLETE TO SUPPLY YOU WITH EXPERIENCED HELP FOR HARVEST AND THRESHiNG AS IN PREVIOU8 YEARS. CALL US UP WHEN YOU ARE READY. WE HAVE THE MEN. J. Harris & Co. PHONE 1412 RESIDENCE 1427 WATER LOCxTOPv WATER LOCATE!^-1 can locate water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Da vies. Nobleford. 97-0 MEDICAL OR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Burgeon, Accoucher. Hours S-Ij 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phono 1253. Night and house phona 1360. DR8. CONNOR, MeNALLY A JAMIE-SON-Office, 109 Shtrlock Block Telephones: Offlco 319: Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to IS a.m.) 1.80 to S.80; 7 to 8 p.m. OR8. DEVEBErt, CAMPBELL, ROY * CRAQG. - Office Royal BaaV Building. Office hours: 1 to 1 afternoons; 7 to 8 evenings. Pbons E0&. Residence phones: Dr. Cams-bell 1358; iV. Roy �09: Or. Cra�l 1103,_^____ DR. TAYLOR-.Bar, Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office ' hours 10-12; 2-f; evenings by appointment. Phonev*. C**�lce 841; Residence E93. 8HOC REPAIR ING SHOE REPAIRING-Phono 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work dons promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, '11 4tb Avenue South. HATWORK8 HATS CLEANED AND SLOCKED- Try us, wo know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props., nest Empress Theatre. 102-0 DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, grsdut'. of Royal College ot Dental Surgeon* Toronto, and holder ot a Domlulon Dental Certificate. Offlco: Room* _6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1971. OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtice � Gilchrist)-Graduate University ot Maryland. Booms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. OR8. MARRS and MARRS- Dentists. Successor!) to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours 9 to 6. Office, Hlr Jnbotham Block. Phone 874. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member ot Royal College ot Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London). L.D.8. 1909. Hours: 9-18; 1-5. Office: �-I. Htg'nbotham Block. Phone 1818. OKTt. W. FOX, dentist, Graduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 785: residence phono 762. Offices Union Bank Building. 1B8-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. Tho only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props. Telephone 1827. 169-0 weld1nq CASTING AND FORGING, WELDED and reinforced, .Wo are equipped to handle light and heavy welding jobs. 1266 Second Ave. S. (noar Ellison mills) R. BoBsert, P. O. Bos 369, Lethbridge. 161-0 OXV-ACETYLENE WELDING - The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. It It's metal we eaa weld It, The pioco will be strongest where It Is wnlded. W. N, Kuth, Stl 6th Street South, next to Herald. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Vai Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 748. PR!yA,TE HOSPITAL FOR MATER* MTY cases, and all sickness ex-reptlng contagious diseases. Mrs. W. Helwlg, 316 14th St. S- Phona 739.