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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ;j|lpAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL"Y HFIHALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14.1918 DONT WISH FOR BUYERS-USE A HERALD "FOR SALE" ADV. Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30, to Appear Same Day.-25c an Insertion lor 23 Words or Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE.  CANADA LAND & IRRL CATION COMPANY. LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and ERS This seoil is grown by Tho Noblo Fdutulntion I-Ul.. iinil is of proat value in prcvcntinK soil ilririiuK. Tho Noble Koiindation. Ltd.. will tliemsolvcs bo sowing y.OOO aoros of this seed. Price can bo obtained from . HARRIS & ROSSITER 112 Fifth Street south. Phone 1412. OR The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Nobleford Fhone Leth bridge Rural 2107. 201-0 The lands are In the district between Rotlaw and Medicine Haf, and north and adjucent to the Old Man and SouUi Saak-atchewan rivers. ' These lands are to be placed on the market at a reason-Able valuation. The Companj- is lookino for bona fide settlers. Wo would ba pleased to have you Inspect our lands. Prospective purchaseri Ehould make all Inquiries direct through the company's ottica at Medicine Hat. We have no ontslde agenolet and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD, Box 677 Phone-2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA FOR SALE-(Agricultural) tClien Rtplylnc M�nMon Th� Her�J& 3F0R SALE OR TRADE-Small bunch of cattle, some good milk cows and young stock. Apply 191-J 9th Are. Nprth, after 4 p.m. ' 207-6 FOR SALE-1 power hay press complete and In good running order, price S500. Write Geo. W. Slurray, box 506 iethbridse, or phone 409 Rural. 206-G feAY FOR S.ALE-We invite offers for 100 tons Timothy and Bluejolnt hay, delivex-y to be taken in stack on. our farm 3 miles north of the Experimental Farm. R. W. Gardner & Co., Box 579, phone 711, Lethbridge. 202-6 FOR SALE-One endless thresher belt, 120 feet by 8 inches, five ply. Has only been run three days. Apply C. S. Farrow, care Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd., phone 451 or 1196. 206-0 FOR SALE-200 tons of feed, 5 miles (from station. Lots of open range. Would consider wintering sheep or take same on shares' for a given length .of time or would winter cattle. Will sell feed, either on place or deliver same at str ion. For information write C. P. Twalt. Holden, Al- � faerta._______205-3 FOR SALE-4 yearling geldings, 3 yearling mares, 4 two year old mares, 1 two year old gelding, 5 geldings, 3 to 5 years old. 10 mares and colts, 3 to 8 years old. Jloatly all broken. Weighing from 1000 to 1500 lbs., at *75.00 per head, colts thrown In; also 50 head of shorthorn cattle. Apply Norman nrohman. box 786, phone rural 1010, Lethbridge. 205-6 FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) (When Iteplylnc Mention Th� Hera'.!) FOR SALE-HoriiiTorgan. piaiio cased in dark walnut finish. Price $,")t>. $lu t;\sh and J.'i per month. Mason & Risoh Limited, Biilnioral Block, l.etli- bridge.__________ _ 207-1 FOR SALE-Genuine high class rail-road watch, keeps perfect time, owner enlisted. Apply Box 23 Herald. 204-6 FOR SALE-Complcte^spr of 'books for a nine- months' course at Garbutt Business College, also a new Underwood typewriter. Write Mrs. J. C. Chrlstensen, -Maybult. Alta. 204-6 FOR SALE-Piiinb organ, six octave, walnut case, Sherlock-Manning make. Cash or terms. Assinibola .Music Co., Ltd., 315 6lh St. south. 206-2 FOR SALE-Pen of White Wyandottes 10 hens and 1 rooster; also 25 Wyandotte chicks S to 10 weeks old. chicken coop and wire netting. .-Vlso lawn mowers, nearly uew. cheap, .\pply 1009 7th Avenue S. 206-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-News stand and shoe shine parlor, also Ford car in good condition, just overhauled. Selling at once to leave town. A big bargain. Call or write for information at the City News Stand and Shining Parlor. 309 5th St.. City. 203-6 LOST AND FOUl^D (When lliMylnc ^tot.tton Thi> Iterftlil) LOST-.'Mnlaio pup. six nunittis old. black and tan. Ro.wanl for return to 977 13!h St. south. 206-6 STU.VYED-to^nyTla'H\ Soo. ir.-n-22', one red 3-yonr-ol(l.' heifer, branded on loft rib^. A. .1. Vine. Lothbrldse, Alta. 199-6 LOST-.\ pocket book cotn.un.ii;', money and a rcKl^lra'lion card, also bills. Finder please rcl\irn to Herald office and rocolvo reward. 207-6 TTlJSr-A cameo'brooch, set in a wreath of pearls.' lictwcon Oddfellows' hall and mtli .St. S. Kinder please re turn to 6L'2 10th St. S., and receive reward. 203-6 SITUATIONS VACANT (When IteplyltiK Mention Tho normlfli TO RENT (When n�plrtnc Mantlon Th� lleralfl) WANTED-Hhlngler to shinglo barn in country. Apply Irving, phone 504. 207-4 once. Loth-205-fi LOST -- .Naturalization papers of -Micluiol l)jmia.skl, between No. 6 Coal .Mine and Conldalo. 55.00 reward for return to :\lr. .lohnson, of the American Consul. 205-1; FOl'M)-.-rbay gelding, no ' brar.d. weight about 1.400 lbs., has wliito stripe on face and three white fee!, ha.s shoe on left hind foot. Wrllo Box 450. Ilardieville, Alta. LOST-b'rom Taylor farm, 3 year old gelding, branded cn left thigh. Reward for in-formation leading to recovery. The Taylor .Milling Co., Lethbn..,,.. 174-0 i LOS'l'~On Friday the* 9th, betwoon j Milk River and Lethbridge. side cur-j tains for .McLaughlin IJ. ."5, touritii: � car. Finder please return to .1. S. 1 Turner, .Milk River and receive re-; ward. _ 207-6 i IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE 1 WANTED-Good barbers at -Vpply Leader Barber Shop, bridge. __ WANTED-A compotont maid for general house work at onci'. Apply 1261 5th Ave, south. 206-6 WANT'ED-Three dairymen, hand milkers. Apply P. O. Box 910 or phone R 411. 207-0 WANTED-A girl for housework, experience not necessary Apply Mrs, N. B. Peat, 527Hth St. S. 199-0 W.-VNTIOD-Housekeeper and several general serv.ants to work at Truil, B. C. .\ddresa stating wages, references and full particulars, to Box 76 Herald^ WANTEIT-.-V competent stenographer for temporary work. .-Vpply sales )niHi;iger Western C.inada Hardware Co. Ltd.  203-0 Since .Vugust 9th: 2 black. 2 grey and 2 bay horses -In tho East Pound. Branded........ on right thigh. W.M. HARDY. 205-3 . Poundkeeper. CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place for New and Second Hand Furniture, Coal Ranges a specialty. We Buy. Sell, Exchange and Loan Money on goods in our care. 406 5th St. S. Phone 1428, Res. 768. 201-0 VISIT GREENFIELD'S EXCH.\.NGE -Lethbridge, Dominion Block, 6th St. S., .(next to Simpson's). We have a full line of neiv and secondhand furniture at reasonable prices. A few of our special are book cases, china cab inets, desks, arm chairs, brass beds, rugs, lino, also office desks and typewriters, cream separators, etc. Crating free. 192-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Fully modern five-roomed bungalow- in fir'jt class condition. Apply Box 37. Herald. 205-6 LOST-^Team of 'b.-i'y 'geiclings, fore" tops clipped, collar marks, largest one has strip of white on face, the other having star on forehead and white hind feet, no brands, weight about 1400 lbs., considerable hair on their legs. $25.00 reward for information cr return to Mr. Bonuell at Bonnell's Livery Barn. 202-6 STKAYED-One dark prey horse, branded 2 on left hip; one white grey mare, branded H over (1) on left shoulder. 1 bay niaro branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse. 4 years old. strip on face, one white foot, branded H7 on left shouldor. A reward of $5 per head will bo paid for Information leading to recovery. Wm. P. Connor. Eagle Butte. Alta. 159-0 STRAY^EirdR"~'STOLEN-One'^light bay gelding branded E O on left hip. white strip on forehead, when last seen had loose hobble on front foot, also one dark bay geldingj br.T.nded given for informaUon or about 1.400 lbs. Reward on left hip. both weigh return to t. R. Craven, Coaldale, .A.lta. 204-6 MINERS, WANTED Applv Federal Coals Limited, lliU iiiock. _ _ _2p3-6 WANTED-Painters. Two first class men. Apply Joseph Davidson, decorator, 965 11th St. S., phouu! 1104, or at Court House. 205-6 WANTICD-.�U'once,"'nvo dining room maicis. good jiay, room and board. .\p-piy c. II Kerr, Hospital Commandant. Frank Sanitarium. Frank. Alta. 201-6 W.\N'Tl'TL)^lVoman for generarhouse-work. experienced preferred. J^pply witli references, stating wages wanted, to Joseph G. Parker. Nobleford. Phone R207. . 204-6 WANTED-A lady'clerkT with knowledge of bookkeeping and stenography. Steady position to right party. Give reforoiiccs and full particulars to Box 51, Herald. _ _ ____ 205j;6 FAliM LABOR-We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th St, S.. Lethbridge. phoneJI4o. JoO WANTED-Teacher"with Isl or 2nd grade certificate for New^ Dayton Consolidated School No. 5. Duties to commence Sept. 3. Salary ?S00 per year, -\pply E. R. Wood, Sec-Treas., New Dayton, Alta. 203-8 ^\�.�\NTkn-.Sian fcTr'eonibined position of night constable and fire auto-truck driver, for the town of Tabor. Sleep-in,g accommodations on premises. Salary $100 per month. Apply by Saturday, August 17th, to S. Sanderson. Sec-Treas., Taber. .-Vita. 203-6 ... .;. .;. .j .;. ^ > .> o � � ? : WANTED-Saleslady, at once. : : Apply Manager Hudson's Bav Co. � � ,., 201-0 .% .;. .> � .> � FOR SALE-Cottage 16x26 on block | of six lots. located in village of Warner. Revenue producing. Would consider good automobile. W. p. Rogers, Eckville, Alta. 202-^6 FOR SALE-Rooming house furniture and lease of building in business uis-trict. Rooms can be rented to transients. Owner leaving on account of health. Act quickly. Dowsley Land Agency. 202-0 OTE WANTED Win trade a farm of 400 acres, improved, 3 miles from Pincher Creek for stock cattle. A. H. Lynch-Staun-ton,, Pincher Creek. Alia.. 182-0 NOTICE To the People of Raymond and District take notice: That the roads .crossing my land by Lockle's, N. B. 34. Sec, ,8-7-21. west of 4th, will be closed from today, August 12th, 1918. The owner of the said property will take no excuse for trespassing on this said land. (Signed) ' '. JOHN ROLLINGSON 205-3 SITUATIONS WANTED rWhen ReplyInK Mention Tho Heralfl' WANTED-Experienced Btonographef wishes temporary position. Apply Box ,72, Herald. � 207-1 WA,NTED-Married man wishes work lawn mowing and carpet beating, etc. Apply 1009 7th Ave. South, or phone 1674. _ 199-9 WANTED-Woman with small child wishes light housework in return for room and board. Apply Box 52, Herald. 206-2x FOR SALE-5-roomed semi-modern house, storey and a half with fine cement cellar. All fenced, standing Oil half acre of ground with stable for 15 horses, good chicken houses, etc., water outside for horses. Cheap for cash or terms. Apply owner, 112 19th St. North. 192-0 FOR S.\LE-Five-roomed bungalow, colonial finish throughout, hardwood floots and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl2o foot lot. Water and light, now hot air furnace, good chicken run, owner leaving town, now renting for $15 a month, will sell for cash, S1150. Apply J. Korn, Room 10, Hull Block. 160-Ox LOST-Seven head of horses southeast of Taber. Four mares and three geldings, five of them are branded �n on right thigh and two g9 on right thigh. Six BI horses with .halters,__ one gelding has chain about six feet long on front leg. Anyone knowing whereabouts of same please notify Sara Kuchuran, HarJlcville, or William Lazavi'K, southeast of Taber, section 30, township 7, range 14, west 4th, six miles north of Skiir. Reward $3 per head. 202-12 WANTED-GiiI, by couple on farm. Have two small children. Everything convenient, power washer, etc. Girl must be kind to chiltireu and all round help on a farm home. Good wages and steady jjositlon for right girl. Write Box 89, Stavely, Alia., also give references if pos.=:lble. 205-6 TO RENT-Furnlahod bed room. Ap-1 ply 634 �th Street South. 20D-f> TO RENT-Three unlurnlshed rooms. Avpiy ' 1" J^li^Strcet, South.__207-2 TO R'SNT-Furnlshoir bedroom close to car lino. Apply 613 16th St. S. 202-6 TO' RE'NT-Furniahc'd righT'hoilse". keeping rooms. Apply 321 6th Ave. A South. 20C-B TO RENT-Storage space tor all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd .Avenue South. Phone.732.. , TO REJiT-7~Tirire'''cI tifYlces. Well lighted and heated, faclni Lethbridge hotel. ..lodoratu rental. Apply J. D Higiiibotham. _ 18:-0 To � UBNT-By 'S'epteinb''or"' 'l8t or sooner, 6-roomed fully modern turulab-ed Apply forenoons to 203 5th Ave. South. 205-6 TO RENT--2 large furnished rooms, water, light and telephone. $4.00 per week. Apply 1272 3rd Ave. south, or phono 1344. 201-6 To KENT-Furnished house near centre of city; also three furnished bod rooms. Apply 526 5tU St. south. 206-0 Td~irENT--Rooiiia'~ln"prU'ato home for ChautauQua visitors, by tho day or week, at roasonablo prices. Apply 1309 6th Ave. S. or phone 1626. 203-6 TCJ RENT-Real nice tront^bocfrootn. everything new, phone and very central. $2.50 weekly. Apply 519 6th St. south. 206-0 TO RENT-Two Inrgo'turrilihcdVooms with use of cooking stove, light, water and piano. Married couple preferred. Apply Box_53 tlerald._____206-6 T'b"RENT-^2 beautiful furnished rooms in fully modern and very comfortable home, with liso of phone and light cooking. Apply 311 Sth Ave. A. south, or phone 479. 202-0 TO RENT-S'^vintFrinslTe"dTbbnis. siilt-able for light housekeeping, gas stove in kitchen, electric light and water, on car line. Apply after 6 p.m. at 1252 6lh Ave. S.__204-G MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y"' today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. "or. 4tli Ave. and 10th St., S. Phone 647. TO RENT-Fully modern, seven roomed house with gas and electric light. Vacant by the 1st of September. Have also tent house tor sale. Apply in evenings, 313 6th Avenue A south, near laundry. 206-6 W.-\XTED-Capable and experienced coal miner, to take working interest In coal mine to produce 25 tons coal per day, supplying wagon trade at mine. Halt mile from railroatl station and town. Jlino partly developed. Can get output at once. Apply Box 1S9 P. O., Lethbridge, 207-1 WANTED TO RENT (When Keplylntr Mnntion Th� Hernia-> WANT'EDT''0~R'BNT-Or may buFin Foremost district, quarter or halt section Improved land. Box 110 Bar-ons, Alta. 205-G WANTED TO RENT-A modern 5 "or 6 roomed cottage or house near centre of city, at once. Phone 616, after six p.m. phone 1040. 207-6 ROOMS AND BOARD (^"hen P.splytng .Mention The Heralrti WA.NTED-Boarders, strictly homemade cooking. Apply 1241 5th Ave. A. south. 206-6 MONEY TO LOAN MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (Wt,jT Replylne Mention Th� Hcraiai WANTED-We buy and sell used of-fico furniture, typewrltera. etc Ever-all and Pranks. S3-0 WANTED-To buy small house that can bo moved. State particulars to Box 92, Herald. 20;!-G AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE^i91G StTideblt'kor"R6[rd' ster. 6-cylinder engine. Graham Motor Co. 205-6 FOR SALE-7-passenger Studebakerj 191'7 model In "good condition. Apply Graham Garage. 109-0 FOR SALE-1918 Ford car in perfect running order. For cash cheap. Apply Box 25, Herald.____ 207-1 FOR SALE-1917 model Ford car, all tires In No. 1 condition. Price $400. Apply L. P. Tutr, Coalhurst. 206-6 FOR SALE-My 1916 Dodge Roadster, recently rebuilt from wheels up. Cheap for quick cash sale. Inquire Gould, phone 1579, city. 205-6 WANTED-Good seamtitress v/ishos sewing by tho day or will take it home. Very reasonable. Phone 1396. __;_205-G WANTED-Position as stenographer. Two year^' oxperience in law office. Competent. Onefi for engagoment Sept 1st. MlBB Millie ColUns, 603 6tl� Ave, S, phone 1078, 205-6 WANTED-AU round office man, married, 30, wants position Sept, 1st. Bookkeeper, typewriter, salesman. Garage , preferred. Capable talcing complete charge, front end, stock room, etc. References, Apply Box 13, ^-Jerald. 203-0 WANTEI>-A second hand Ford, for a knockabout car. I have a brand new Briscoe, 4-32, run one thousand miles. Anyone needing a pleasure car can get a bargain. Apply Box 19, Herald. __________203-6 FOR sale-Two Forci cars, one practically new. just run a month, $500. Other in first-ilass condition, price $450. One Maxwell live passenger, snap. One Dodge roadster, $800. One Dodge louring car in first class condition, now tires all round, $1100. Elgin six In first-class condition, $750, Apply Motor Sales, Ltd,, 406 4th Ave, south. 206-0 > : : > :� : > : : : � .;. > .J * REPLIES * 34, 35, 37, 51, 56, 86, 92. * . ? W.\NTED-By gentleman, board and room v.'i!! pay by week or month. Apply Box 26, Herald. _ 202-6 WANTED-Cattle". Will exchange new CO h.p., 6 cylinder Oakland touring car,' fully equipped, silk mohair 'top, pearl gray solid leather upholstery, for l* and cattle. Write George C. Holilen, 2338 Dewdncy Ave., Regina. 204-6 WXDmNGTONr THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRIG'S EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER 6 P. M, 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. 0. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. TEACHER W'A.NTED-For village school. Heavy school of six grades. Salary $900 per annum. Will grant Increase if successful teacher. Janitor work open and may bo had If wanted. Board and room two blocks from school. Give references. Address N. T. Rogers, Coalgate School District. No, 2894, Commerce. Alberta. 205-6 MONEY TO LOAN on Improved farm land and city pro-property. YV. F. Nelson, 416 Sth St. South, Lethbridge. 204-G : : * > '> � : > :> 4> i� � � ? WANTED-A competent sten- ? ographer required at once. ? One without experience need : ? not apply, JIanager Hudson's : : Bay Co. 202-0 ? � . .> :>>.> i> -polntment. Phones: Office 459; Residence 599. , WE ARE SPECIALIZING IN NATUR-al settings in Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, now effects. Raw furs wanted. Scott. Practical Furrier, Illglnbnth-am Block. 87-0 VULCANIZING CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMTtH^^HYRUM SMl-TH and Juno B. Smith.-It you are sick and want to regain health, l&ko spinal adjustments and get well. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, houi'B^'9.30 to 5. 7 t(\ n. Phone 1677. MUSIC MISS AILEENM. JONES-PlFlfoforto Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered for tho examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. _ MRS. w; iC JOHNSON-TEACIIEU of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton years' teaching experloncci Studio fully equipped with black' board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. LICD .M, COOMBS-will accept a limited number of pupils in voice, phv no and harmony after August 15th. and ani'ounces a cb.ange of studio address to 416 12th St. A south, opposite Strathcoua Court. Of the pupils prepared for R.A.M. and R. CM. examinations, 100% were successful. ___ 203-0 JOSEPH IJANNER--Late of tho'Vi;-gil Clavier School of Music, London, England. Teacher of singing and advanced piano, will receive puplii on and after August 15lh, at the l-