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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TUB LUTHHRfDGK DAILY HEHALD FARM LANDS FOR SALE SPECIAL VALUES-FARMS AND RANCHES TO KENT SATURDAY, AUGUST It, 1017^ to HKNT-Two furnished bedrooms, 21 l_Bth_Avc._S._______ -'�.>6 j | TO HKNT-Comfortably "furnished bedroom, private family. Apply :'.2T 205-C 640 ACRES, PARTLY IRRIGATED, close to Lethbridge. $2S an acre on long terms. Interest t�Ci-- Tula i3 one of the best values' in Alberta, 19,000 ACRE RANCH. FENCED, buildings. Implements, furniture, running water, buffalo grass, in established ranching district. Price eight cents nn acre a year. This Is i your opportunity to secure undisturbed possession ten years guaranteed by the .Dominion government. 800 ACRES EXCELLENT MIXED farming land, running water, buildings, fences, open range adjoining. A Ii;:e stock proposition. Price $11 an aero Easy terms. Money to loan on improved farm lands. W. F. NSLSOU A COMPANY, 416 5th St. S. Lethbridge, Alberta 204-G SNAP FOR STOCKMEN WE HAVE A QUARTER-SECTION close to siding with over 20,000 acres of free range, plenty of water scattered throughout tributary to this land, lake on this quarter. Will sell for $10 per acre cosh. lltl^St. South._________ to RENT- Nice I y furnished" front :' room in modern house, suitable for ' one or two persons. 315 "th Ave. S. j Phono HQS. � ___ ____200-0 TO "RENT-Th roc rooms. kitchen." | dining room and bedroom, until 1st of September. fins in kitchen. 110S tithAve^S. 200--6 TO~itENTV-Newly palntcT"�-V�nineT shack, electric light, goo! gurlen; suitable for small family; modeva'.e rent, 112l) Sth St, S. "05-1 TO KJBNT-Storage space "for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders May ft Grain Co.. 1221 2nd Avenuo South. Thono 732. 229- TCOlENT^Lnrgc ItTFn'ishl'iri'ob'mTn Kirkliam Mock, possession at once. Apply J. S. Kirkliam, Phono 10"0 or l-'tH.  200-6 TO-RB^T-Three" furnished 'housekeeping rooms with gas. Call between 2 and 5 and 7 and 0 p.m., 329 11th St. S. 204-2 Cl assified Ads. MUST BE PAID ad9 for this Pach Must �� us Office bt 10.45 i.U.t TO Appear mux dat. IN ADVANCE I6C. INBSITIOIV FOB 85 WORDS OR 1,883-6 TIMES FOB THE MICK OF FOTJH. SITUATIONS VACANT TO RENT-During stampede week, two furnished bedrooms and kitchen for light housekeeping. Apply Box 2. Hoi aid. 204-Ox Interna-205-o nt; IS?. nogvaph-205-1? DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY, Next Merchant* Bank, 5th St. S. 191-0 FOR SALE. S. % 3-9-14;- W. 4th -#15.00 per acre N. V- of 29-5-14, W. 4th $15.00 per acre N. % of 32-7-18, W. 4lh $15.00'per acre All 35-445, W. 4th ...$15.00 per acre All 29-S-15, W. 4th ... $20.00 per aero >4 Section, 1% miles from Wilson .. .. $2G.0O per aero '.. . Easy Terms. ~ WM, INGRAM. The Alberta Securities, Lethbridge. 200-6 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. A. O. LAMONT. of the Department of Agriculture, at Edmonton, has opened an office in the Board of Trade Building, for the distribution of labor in Southern Alberta. Farmers requiring help and men in search of work can get together by seeing Mr. Lamont. Call, write or phone, BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE TO RENT-In Nelson. B.C., board and rooms in large house near lnke; bath, piano; moderate terms. Box 211. Nelson. B.C. _ 203-0 T^ntENT-^tow^e~olr^lintiiViii'"rif furniture. Central location. Reasonable prices. McLean Transfer, office Balmoral block, Phono 1097, Rosioxncs 524 7th 8t. South. Phone 10S9. SI-0 SIR. - are you satisfied with your quarters. If not go up to the "Y" today and see far yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you tharo. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phone 547. 178-0 WANT lib-At once, a wet nurse. Apply 510 7th_St.-S. __198-0 \VAN'f ED~A~ cualSKnuniuTTvppiy'at Arlington Hotel. 204-6 WANted^GlTrto-tnUnl bnbylmm~2 to p.m. Apply 224 Kith St. N. 202-tix WA NT ed~- Night wa tch man" and caretaker. Apply Snio Dopt tional Harvester Co. VV^VNTICD^ExperRMToed or. Manager, P. O. Box WAN'i'KD -A~bocTkkei>per wTOr^gooiT reconuiieud wanta jio.sition. Write ilox S, Herald.__ 202-0 WANTED-C.irl "for~_general house" work, no washing or ironing. Apply 422 i:Uh St. S. _202- 0 WAN T E D^t; i rT~f o r general housed work, small family, Apply P. O. Ilox so. Carmangay. 204-12x WANTED-UoodT alFround harness maker. Apply to Alberta Saddlery Co. Lethbridge. 204-6 WANTED-A capable general ser^ vant, good wages to competent person. Apply 917 7th Ave S.  205-O i WANTED - Af" once, cook-for one month or more, six men to cook for. Ul^L Lever. Klpp. Alta. 201-2 WANTED-GirMo~work Inrrconfec-tionery store.  Apply Palace Ice Cream Parlor. .204-0 FOR SALE-Miscellaneous for SALE-Massey-Harrls Bicycle, like new, at a bargain. Lethbridge CycIo_Co.,JU05_5tu St.S. __,_204^-2! for SALE-Good , doilvery horsej black In color. Apply E. J. Tlckhor Co., 13th St. opposite Ellison Mills. 202-6 FOR SALErpStanly now piano, #375, regular prlCb*,$500.QO. We have talking machines from $12.00 up. City Second Hamfc Store. Phono 143S. jj ,  202-G SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Lady cook desires position cooking for harvesters. Write Box D.. Herald, or call 329 11th St, S. 204-6 WANTED-Immediately, experienced fruit salesman. Must be business getter. Apply Scott Fruit Co. 203-3 COAL MINERS" WANTED-Steady work, good mining conditions. Federal Coals Ltd., Grace Mlde. - 175-0 WANTED-Work of any kind by young married man; shipping clerk work preferred. Al reference. Ad-, -,,.,,.,. dress 131t5 6th Ave S. '-.or, 3 i Apply W estminster Meat Market, loth WANTED-Competent delivery man. One used to meat business preferred. SITUATION WANTED-As housekeeper, by woman with two children. Town preferred. Box 29 Herald St. n. 204-0 WANTED-Good live girls or men. Can earn $5 to ?10 a day in town. oqi__^ ', For particulars apply Liven Photo Co., _-- -� , -- : 329 5th St. S., Shepherd block. 205-2 WANTED-^ oung lady desires posi-1 - . . . tion In post office, or any office work. '� " A-N 1 t,u Knowledge of bookkeeping, ten yei:s' experience in post office. Box "S. Herald. 205-G Thoroughly experienced accountant is open io accept resp >n-sible position; excellent referencoi. Apply Box 3, Herald. 205-6 WANTED-Man and wife with horses i want work on farm. Both thoroughly | experienced. No children. Wife first i class cook. Box 50 Herald. 203-6 ' LOST AND FOUNT* WANTED - For Indian school, Brocket, Alberta, general man, also kitchen matron. Apply Rev. \V. R. Haynes, Brocket, Alberta. 202-6 lost-A small black travelling bag Wednesday evening. Return to the ! Chautauqua building. 205-2 , lost-Gold chain~and watch. Piece ; of Abraham money attached'to chain. ] $10.00 reward for return to Club Cafe, City. 200-G "WANTED-Doctor for mining camp. Applications received until Aug. 20th. For particulars address Medical Committee, Brule Lake, Alberta. 204-12 LOST-A bay mare, 2 years old, branded 3 - on right hip. $5.00 reward for information leading to recov-ery. S. Vaselenak, Coaldale. 202-6 LOST-From Coaldalfe, since July 23. One chestnut mare branded S C over X H on left shoulder. $20.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Lee Wong, Coaldaie or Lethbridge. _203-0 STRAYED-From sec. 5 Tp. 1, Re-20, bay gelding, short tailed work horse, weight about 1300 lbs. branded C V on right shoulder. Finder pie lie notify X. II. Nelson, 218 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge, and receive reward. 205 6 WANTED-Woman or a girl for cleaning or pressing and repairing. Good wages. Steady work. L. Shen-ker, 110 5th St. S. 202-6 WANTED a:" ONCE - Experienced stenographer, with knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. Apply stating salary to Box 14, Herald. 192-0 PIANO .FQRKSALlJ-Good condition. .Must bo sojd'this week. Prico $215.00 reasonable p, house 12x20, barn lt;x24, all fenced, a good well, plenty of good water a'id hay; 10 miles from Redcliff. Will sell or trmle for Lethbridge property. Write P. ti.'Box 335, Lethbridge. 205-3 SELL YOUlt FURNITURE AT - WADDING-TON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER SIX P.M., 469. LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-320 acres all fenced, 7 miles from Commerce, 125 acres good flax. 75 acres ready for crop next year. Flax goes with land at #30.00 per acre. $1,500 cash, balance 7 yours 7 per cent. Cos * Co. 200-0 LAND FOR 'SALE-The north west quarter of,,.'sootlon 15-11-21 w. 4th at $21.00 por hero; $1,000 cash and tho balance over, five years at G por cent, r. V. Gibbons ft Co. Phono 1191, Hal-moral block.,' � 205-6 for SALB-North % section 28-6-18, nil first class plow land, near Stirling, Craddock and Judson, $21.00 per acre, $1320.00 cash, 6% intorost, no payment on principal for 10 years if desired. N. B. Pout & Co., 10 McDonald Block, Phono 570. 199-12 FOR SALE-Two used piano snaps: Boudoir upright ehonized case in first class repair; price $140. terms arranged. One of Canada's well known makes, walnut upright case, full 7 1-3 octaves, original price $175; price for quick sale $225, terms to suit. Address Helntzman .& Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Alta, care Armstrong & Ra-worth. 205-6 b.'c. FRUIT lands. BUY TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAY District, British Columbia, which in fruits and vegetables, with cow, pigs, poultry and hoes, will pay you stendy substantial profits. Delightful warm climate, rich soil, good schools, daily trains, daily mails, closo to markets. Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery hunting, fishing, boating. Thrifty pleasant neighbors. Our choice. lands $10 cash and $10 monthly without in tereBt. Wrlto quick for free information. West Kootenay Fruit Lands Company, Dept. E, Nelson, British Columbia. Ad A f^ANCH FOR SALE-Near Medicine Hat, Alberta, one of the f!ne�t *heep ranches in the West far sale, owner wishes to retire, if you are looking for something good, for full particulars see, Krauas and Dawson, Limited, Medicine Hat, Exclusive Agents. 204-3 FOK SALE (Agricultural) FOR SALE-Two good milch cows. Apply Independent Meat Market. 201-6 FOR SALE-One good milch cow, duo to calve any day now. Cheap for ensh if taken at once. Apply 720 19th St. North. 201-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Fine big young sow and duo to farrow in about week, also good milch, cow. Phone R203 or Box T citv. 205-8 WANTED-Man to handle a good selling line of specialties throughout Southern Alberta. Apply J. Harris & Co., Employment Agents. Phone 1112. 200-6 WANTED-Teacher f.or Young Mar-din School District for the coming term. Wages $75.00 a month or $900 per school year. School to start Sept. 1st. Reuben Hyden, Secretary-Treasurer, Foremost, Alta. 200-6 FARM LOANS We have money to loan on 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 buslnew with an old established and reliable firm. M. P. Johnston & Co. Suite Two, Alberta Block Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. STRAYED-Female Boston Bulldog, six months old, seal brindle with white blaze and white on legs ears untrimmed. Reward for return to GI2 15th St. S. 203-0 LOST-Near subway on 13th St., about two weeks ago, a brown grip containing letter addressed to E. it. Fraser, 2017 15th St. W., Calgary. Reward for return to Herald. 202-6 STRAYED-One roan ge'.ding branded quarter circle over Z on left thigh. Left L. Bbnnell's livery stable. Anyone caught working or harboring this horse will bo prosecuted according to law. W. D. Whitney, owner. 203-6 WANTED-All Canada eager for the greatest selling war book of generation. Thrilling illustrations. Low price. Best terms. Extraordinary money making opportunity. Splendid sample free. Winston Limited, Toronto. Add X. WANTED-A life insurance salesman to devote his entire time to work in Lethbridge and vicinity. To the righ'. tvan a very desirable contract wilt he given. Must be a producer and of clean record. All replies confidential Address Manager, North Ame,"iaa Life Assurance Co., 401-2 Maclean building, Calgary. 2'ib-l STRAYED-From Sec. 23, Tp. 9, Rg. 21, Crystal Lake district, red yearling Holstein heifer, white face, "branded NIN left riba. Reward for first information leading to recovery. Cony-beare, Church, McArthur & Davidson, phone 711, Lethbridge. l�y-o STRAYED-One light bay mare, stripe in face, branded lazy D over lazy M connected on right shoulder. Weight 1350 lbs. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. G L. Metzgar, Muybulte. 205 3 STOXEN^OnH branded roan FARM LANDS Organized as wo are, with offices at different points, we are in a position to offer you the best buys available. STRAYED OR mare, ago 7 years With colt, from pasturo 4 miles S. E. of city. Suitable re-mua Vi-ard for information leading to recovery. 318 St. N. City. 200-G 40 ACRES. 30 miles north of Calgary. Good mixed farming district, 150 acres under cultivation! Small set of buildings, abundance of spring water. $24.25 per acre. Easy torms. 00 ACRE8, 8 miles from Morley. Log buildings, abundance of grass and spring water. Price $8.00 por acre. Easy terms. 320 ACRES. Castor district. Stock proposition. Plenty of grass and water. $8.50 per acre. LUTINGS WANTED MURCHI80N BROS., QADDE8 A BRAOEN '414 4th Av�. 6. Phone 1600 Offices: Calgary. Champion, Swal- wsll. Cralamyls. i' �� 190-0 LOST-Reward for stray horses. $5.00 per head will be paid for delivery to our riders of all horses branded on left thigh. Anyone harboring or using,horses with the_ (hat) brand "on thigh will be prosecuted. Please notify T. J. Simons, Sheriffs bailiff at Lethbridge. 202-1 farmers and ranchers - Let me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' residence in Lethbridge enables me to thoroughly understand your requirements. Phono or write me and I wlii help you. I write hail insurance in a good company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Office open evenings. Office phone 545, residence 1125. P. O. Box 260. 172-0 FOR SALE-30-CO Hart-Patr engine and Case Separator, 40-60" Warden City feeder, $1500.00. Rumely separator 36-GO, good condition. M. Arne-gard, Barons. Alberta. 204-6 FOR SALE-Rumely Oil Pull Tractor, 25-50 h.p. with 8 plows, oil tank, cook car, in first class running order, a bargain for quick sale. Apply 110 5th St. S. 204-4 _WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT-About August 20th, four or five binders and teams to cut wheat in the Nobleford or Bar ons district. Apply by letter giving full particulars, as to rent, etc., to C S. Noble, Nobleford, Alberta. 200-6 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE-Five passenger Chal mers Touring Car at a bargain. Bijou Motor Parlors. ___L8_3~P FOR SALE-Tchovrolet ciFfiTgoou" condition with new truck body. Wo also have somo good buys In used Chevrolet cars. Baalim Motor Co. 203-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Engine 32 h.p. R?�vpR~SALE^Ti^ class shape, consisting of 25 H.P. J. I. Case engine; a 36-54 Nichols and Shepard separator. Complete with cook car, bunk car, tanks; etc. Will sell cheap for cash or exchange for land, horses or cattle. d. M. Leyden, Granum, Alberta. 202-G FOR SALE-Fully modern, gas heat ed house with largo stable. Apply Mrs. Tinning, Box 1, Macleod. 200-6 FOR SALE-Queen Victoria park lots ?250.0O each. Lots 22, 23, 24, 25 in Bloc'- vine. Terms to suit purchaser, Box Id, Herald. 178-30 FOR SALE-Five roomed cottage on two lot3. Built 3 years. Semi-modern. Price $1,700.00. $400.00 cash balance as loan. Apply 52!i 12th St, N, or C. B. Bowman Agoncy. 200-C PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIAVI MEDICAL VIAVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Lit-eratara ou request Mrn. O. Thomas rodn) No. 9, Dominion Blook, Leth-bridge, phono 1532. 171-0 m ' GUNSMITH* GUNSMITHS ft LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, (tun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, blcjr typewriters, phonographs, *ny machinery- repaired, lawn mower* sharpened. D. K. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 411 4th Ave. 8. ycies, lilht PIANO tuning G. M. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London, England. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phone 116$ 1253 6th Ave. A. South. vulcanizing. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tiro repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid ono way on out of town orders. E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. S, 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 builders' supplies building supplies - Cement, lime, plajter, roofing, plate and window glass, automobile windshields. The Western Supply A Equipment Co., Ltd.. 4th Street South. Phone 1044. Box 298. 108-9 OR. W. a GALBRAITH-Physlelaa* Surgeon. Accoucher. Hours I-Ig ?-� p.m. Office 91* Third Avenaa% Phone 1253. Night and house pboneK: _1350. J| DRS. CONNOR, MeNALLY 41 JAMItVi 80N-Office, 10> 8he�Ock Block, Telephones: Off loo $1�! Residence 619. Office hours: :i to 13 a.m.} 140 to 8,80; 7 to,� p.m._ DRS. OKVEBCtt, CAMPBELL. ROY ft CRAGG. - Office Royal Bank! Building. Office hours: 1 to Si afternoons: 7 to 8 evenings. Phone 60S. Residence phones: Dr. Carar bell 1358; Dr. Roy �0�; Or. Crag* 1203. OR. TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sharlock Bldg. Office hours 10-13; 2-*: OTenlngs by appointment. Phoneu: V^lcm 141: R* sldenco 593. DENTAL OR. lA. J. GIBSON-Dentist, , of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Roome, 6 and 6, Bryan niock. Phone 1071.; DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist isuccessor to Drs. Courtlce ft Gilchrist.)-Grad- { uato University of Maryland. Rooms r ,il "yVn.i l\l . '. ,v. Ii, i\ rtOURi to ii t? A M .'I. S P-M chiropractors SMITH A SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-if you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S, opposite Model Bakery, hours 8.30 to C: 7 to �. Phono 1077. DRESSMAKING GOOD DRESSMAKING DONE. Mrs. II. M. Packard, 114 Sth St. S. 198-0x MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES- IManoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy anr1 Royal College of Music, London. Eng., last year were success-ful. Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teschar of ' Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black* board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1128 Sth Ave. A. South. TWELFTH SEASON OF THE LETH- bridge Conservotory of Music reopens Thursday, August 30th. Piano, Theory, Violin, Orchestra and Rand Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, Ukulele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocution. Certificated teachers. Modern methods. Many freo advantages. Phone 765. 181-0 educational HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED- Try us, wo know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props., next Empress Theatre. 103-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. 8. The only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props. Tolephone 1827. 169-0 WELDING cl^tinq and forging, welded and reinforced. We aro equipped to handle light and heavy welding jobs. 1266 Second Ave. S. (near Ellison mills) R. Bossert. P. O. Bos 369, Lethbridge.__161-0 OXY-ACEWlENE WELDING - The modern method of uniting* metals by heating without hammering or compression. It It's metal we caa weld it. The piece will be eiwgsH where it is wolded. W. N. Kutb. Sit fth Street South, next to Herald, GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth 8t South, Lethbridge. OPEN ALL SUMMER Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1031 Write for Full Information. KING EDWARDS' SCHOOL FOR Girls, Cranbrook, B. C. Patron, tho Bishop of Kootenay. Healthy climate, home comforts, full school course. Pupils prepared for university, French taught by Parislenn". Music, (piano, violin, singing), dancing, bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting. Doys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Alias Cherringron, HoadmiBlroES. , 206G DECORATINQ WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators, Paperbangers and Painters I Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1473; office Shone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Letfcr rldge, Alta. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1019. P. O. Box 80S. I HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Aoeountanta Audits, Investigations, Ete. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumbar, Mlnlno* Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Third Ave., �, Lethbridge._ ;