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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta E Thursday, Anpisi, .THEY ALL WANT ADS., ANB ANSWER THEM 'TOO. SITUATIONS VACANT and somen to learn trade, tools given each stuo- ut; large demand for b splendid to learn. IIM. Holer Collw. OalfWT. MM teamsters, saw- rsrs Elk Lumber Co., Hwmsr B. C., P. O. Waters. Superln. indent. fEACHBR the Bur dock S. D., No. 2475. Duties to com- mence September 1st, 1912. Apply, stating salary to B. L. Hamm, Secre- tary treas.. Wheat Centre, Alta. FOR Edison Gramapllone and eight records practically new, cost For quick sale, 435.00. Ap- ply 1208 Redpath street. Phone 1150. cook, modern home, 3 miles from town. Mrs. C. R. Daniel, Phone-1487.___________________ tor general house- Work. Mrs. Quinn, 1311-3rd Avenue South. for Powell S. -D. No '159, twelve miles north east of Warner well settled district Ad- dress L. P. Powell, Warner, once, an experienced man to work in grocery, hardware and implement store, where partner- ship may be considered Jan. 1st. Splendid chance for-right man. C. S. Noble, Noble. FOR SiLE and rake two seat democrat waggon, Kramer harrow... Apply 1222-3rd Avenue A. South, phone 1-160. girl to learn mil- llritry. APPly to Miss Cameron 516 Third Ave. FOR bookcase and writing desk, dressers, chiffoniers, rockers, etc. Phone 1118; 703 Sixth Ave. S. once, first class pat tern-maker. Apply Frayne fc Harding 4th Ave. N. 20r-G manager for ijettv FURNITURE FOR am leav- ing Lethbridge at once and rather than pack my furniture, I will dispose of any. part of.it at low prices foi cash.' A list of the various articles for disposal appears elsewhere on this page. W. H, Sharpe, 968 10th St. South. of, experience necessary. Reference: and bond required. State age and; hoy long a resident ot city. Address nfKfitt 207---2. office. uinuv. TINSMITH Klrst class On-, smith with knowledge of plumbing, steady work. Apply by letter to; Tiber Hardware Co., Ltd. Taber.j08j PLASTERERS to Lockwood Co., 'Phone 1131. 20S-2 WANTED72-A2U experienced one-'accusto'med on ladles suits preferred.. Apply Co. WANTED Thoroughly experienced house-maid. Apply aay evening after 7 to Mrs. L. 'M. Johnstone. 12Sp-4th 'Ave. S. WANTED General servant, good wages Call at once. Mis: Downer, corner Third Ave. and -13th Street, City.____________________lf" position ope] a man who will work following my Instructions. P. 0. Box 2091, Leth- bridge. _ _ _ WANTED A woman who" can talk and willing to work S houra a day. If you are .the one see Mr. Tabier, 412- 5th St. S. Good salary. to demonstrate tea at our booth during fair days. Ap- ply to the Manager of the Bentley Co.. Ltd. 200-2 LOST AND FOUND Package containing 30 Great pearl marking pens etc., package 5 i .S x 8 in., weight about Bve pounds. Evidently left in tome place of business about a week ago Tag bearing names of Western Laundry Machine .Co., and addressed to Lethbriilso Laumlry Co. Please re- port to Lethbridge Laundry Co. and receIve reward. 301 0 sidewalk on Fourth Aye. on side c.' Court House, two keys. Owner can have same by applying at Herald Office and paying cost of this (25.00 from 25-8-15 west of 4th M., 15 miles south east of Taber station, one 7 year old gray geldmg with shoes on front feet, weigh about 1350.1ns., branded MS on front shoulder; one 6-year old bay lelding, white face, all four feet white, weighing about 1150 Ibs., brand, cd FO on right front shoulder. The person returning them or notifying us of their whereabouts will receive thevsDove reward." B. MV-Daae Taber, Alta. sorrel horse, branded right hip, four white feet, white strip on face, notched mane. C. Yackulic In north of Ray- mond, near 15 miles lake, on or about Aug. Sth, two black yearling colts, otto horse with star in forehead and one mare with stripe in forehead, branded diamond G on right shoulder. 1.7.00 reward will be given for each or information leading to their recovery. Notify B.C. Brown, Stirling, .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE People' are-.S Their! Wants Daily through tho Herald want ads. Put your next want to the list. A v.-ant acl. will introduce you to tho you are looking for. 25 wordi.25c an Insertion; 6 In- sertions for the price of four. HERALD WANT ADS. REACH TH EM ALL. Must be paid in advance LAND FOR SALE 11000 WILL BUY printing plaat for newspaper, In small for particular! to C, Q. Groft ALFALFA FOR SALE-Olir own growing, one ton or carload lots, im- perial Development Co.. Ltd., 103 Sher- lock block, Phone 1353. or rural phono 313. FOR hay; will take in exchange ut market price, cattle, sheep, horses or hogs.' Address J- J- Leflier, Coaldale, Alta. S. S. Durham, Letbbridge. FOR cow, fresh; in- quire of W. H. Pawson, Coaldale, Phone R. 212. UMW DISTRICT-NOW is the time to purchase a farm In the Upper Fraser Valley. The'rush to that country has already begun and prices on farm lands in that district will ramdlv advance from now on. o have several desirable locations close to railroad and river, the pick of the Surveyor's notes on 'each price is right and terms easy. .We have sold thousands of acres ot British Columbia land in the past twelve months and are auth- oritv on this district. Grand Trunk Pacific Land Co., The .T. rL Stags a Co Sales agents, Room o, Jotm- block, Lethbridge, Alta. FOR as new, fine sir foot, roll top antique oak office desk nd chair. Box 40, Herald .208-3 TOR machine, in good working order for sale, would take sewing in exchange- Also quantity of house furnishings for sale cheap. Ap-; ply Pianist, Bijou Theatre-or-Bpx 29, Herald. FOR second hand doors, cash drawer .table, scales, weigh up to 240 Ibs.' also small vise. Alberta Saddlery Co. Ltd., Street South. 20S FOR SALE OR city property, driving "horse, buggy and harness.- Mittord Co. 209-0 TO RENT (TOR option to If marUt .prdm tracts, claw in. of city. All full water Ay- ply Imperial Developnunt Co, Ltd, 103 Sherlock Block. TO room to let, modern St B.--.. TO room -house in Duff Ad- dition; hot and cold water, bath, elec- tric lleht and furnace, fully modern. Rent 525.00 per month... Apply W. H. Holt, 9'47-7th Si. A. S. Phone 655. 201-0 TWO LARGE FRONT' ROOMS, with hoard; use of piano and phone. Ap- ply 1208 Redpath, phone 1150. FOR RENT Two furnreh 604-fith Ave. "S. rehefl rooms. TO roomed house, 638-7th St South, vacant Sept 1. G. L. Yroo- man, 1120-5th-Ave. S.. TO roomed house, modem, 726-6th St. S. C. C. Pagnuelo, owner Phone 543. TO front furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. Ap- ply 612-5th St. S.. (Round) TO rooms in s. modern house on car line, moderate terms. 819-6th St. S. front bedroom suit able for 1 or 2 gentlemen, use phone and piano. 505-llth Street, South. 30S-8 FOR bedrooms in Road. MI8GEUUANEQ1J8 WANT? iix TEAMS for putting to work im- mediitely far harvesting and thresh- ing. A, P. Hots, general delivery City P. 0. WANTED Having two complete large amount of threshing :on my own farm, wish to contract by -the bushel at once, with some one to run and take complete charge. None but thoroughly experienced and competent need C. S. Noble, Noble, Al- berta. LANUS FUI1 V- Columbia valley. 10 acre blocks J7 to ?35 per acre; S10 cash, balance 810 monthly. No Interest. Write for map and surveyor's report, b. B- Dermld, 505 Dakar'St., Nelson, TENDERS Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for cement will bo .'eceived by the undersigned .tho office, ci the Secretary Treasurer, of the own.; of Plnohcr Crcuk, up to 8 p.m. rfn Mon- day the 19th day of August, 1IIU, for Iho siipi-lylng of iiinterlBl, m.d con- strnctlon of .cement sidewalks, curb ami gutter, and street cross ngs, ap- proximately 9500 square yards. Pin 18 and spcclliicatlons can be. seen at tho office of Messrs Woods Steel, Elnoers, Plncher Creek, and at the office of tho secretary-Treasurer. Pin- Tcer'tlfted check equal to 5 per cent of the amount tendered for. must ac- company each tender, which will bo returned to unsuccessful tenderer. Tho lowest 01 any tender not nec- essarily accepted. G B Plunkett, Secy-Treas. Town of Plncher Creek. Aug. Sth. 1912. _______ FOR Forty acres of early pot- atoes rtady for the market. Four miles from city. Apply Box 22, HeraW FOR SALB-10 acr'e market garden tracts, close in, near school, JlaO.OO per acre, very easy terms. The Al- berta Securities Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. FOR -Rcrea-. near, Wilsoi SIdtag; 350 acres rflax stubble; 3oO new breaking, disced and harrowed, balance all tillable. Will sell on crop payment, or :rent. The: -Alberta Se- curities Ltd., Balmoral Block, Loth- bridge. _________ FOR S section irrigated lano, miles from station, 200 acres sum- mer fallow; full water right. Price one-eighth cash, balance long .term, ai 6% The Alberta. Bal- moral Block, Lethbridge. MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO improved farm land and 'city property at lowest cost. N. B. Co., Room 5 Mac- donald BlocllP.g. Box 643. FOR SALE OK Leth bridge property, 10 acres o? fruit land adjoining Armstrong, British Colum- bia about 1-3 in apples, pears and nlums, balance ready 'tor" planting. Applv W Ingram, i23S-4th Avenue S. Lethbridge. 203-6 FOR EXCHANGE for Lethbridge pro perty a French Fercherpn Stallion, pedigree, age seven, valued at J3000. What have you to offer'; Box 6.Herald iflice. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR aiorey dwelling with 1 loti, corner 9th St. and 7th" across from Sweltzer's bakery, for at a bargain on 'terms. C. J. Bofc itorm, owner. 121 0 FOR Private Hospi- tal 1224, Seventr. Avenue S., Beth- bridge. Apply MTs'8 Plnhorn. 179-0 TENDERS Tenders are asked for the erection and removal ot a temporary building for the Dry-Farming Congress, to be sealed and to contain n marked check for 5% pf the tender. .The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders to be delivered on or be- fore noon of Monday, the 19th lust., at the office' of the architects, H. :M. W. A. Wlllddlngtoil. PRIVATE SALE OF FUKNITTJKE Contents of a small cottage, only been In use a few months and perfect in every respect. _ Dark oak Bookcase and Ohlna Cab- inet. Solid Oak Dining Table, round, extend- ing to S feet; Mission style. 4 ft. 6 In. white enamelled bedstead. ft. 0 in; Banner spring. Mattress with spiral springs. 3 ft. white'enamelled bedstead 3 valuable old landscape oil paintings. in massive English gold frames. Sheraton style inlaid mahogany dress- er and staid to match, original cost J100.00 Floor coverings Winnipeg couch. FOR modern seven room- ed house, 53450; terms. 632-14th St. S., Phone 1134. FOR 4: room cottage, 817 Sth Ave. S., now. vacant, Immediate possession; one 6 room fully modem house, 813-8th 'Are.- S. Particulars SIS-Sth Ave. S., after 6 FOR.SALE city property, one nine roomed, new and fully modern house, 1-2 from car "line and 9 blocks south from depot. For terms, apply -to owner, P. O. Box 172. 80ARO AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM Modern con- Apply 834 jn St. pnone 199 6 M'EAJjS AND In modern house at reasonable rates. 23B-16th St.'North.' REPRESENTATIVES WANTED Daily Herald .will town regularly. .Apply Managing Ed- itor. Dnily Herald.'.Lathbrldlte. TENDERS Tenders .will be received by West Canadian Collieries, Llmlfeu, Blaln- more, Alta., until September luth, tor supplying one hundred and twenty-five tons of number one timothy hay, bal- ed. Delivery to be made on demand from October 1st 1912, to April 1st, 1913 ;WANTED-To rent'a floor space of of keys. Return to Herald. Granum, one bay horse, weight 1200 Ibs, branded H7 oil left shoulder. J20 will be paid tor recovery of same. Wm. Gardner, Rocky Coulee, Box 120, Granum, Al- berta....... LOTS FOR SALE FOR fine lots closo to new Pacific hotel, Ktop, each- ISO cash, baltnce arranged or will trade for good driving horse, buggy and. harness, or wagon and horsei, My difference It any. Give clear title 1812-lith Avo. B. 'K6ft Pdrkdaic, 3 In 131k B, ,2 lota in Mock 19, 1250 each. C, JIOS-JOX. will pay good rent and not particular Is ground floor, basement or upstairs. Apply Box 41, Herald office. 207-6 furnished bedroom and bed sitting room, in private home, by young couple.1 Must be central and with telephone. Pleaae apply at once to P. L. Leach. P. O. Box 463, City. PLOWING stubble plowing wanted. Satisfactory work guaranteed. R. L. Damon, May- butt, Alta. WANTED TO One or two largo work teams of In- quire, H. Galvin Co.. Rooms C. D, Balmoral block. Phone 1426, Loth- NOTICE In connection with the accommoda- tions during Dry-Farming Congress. SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed, addressed to John T. Burns. Secre- tary Treasurer, International Dry- Farming Congress, up to noon: Satur- day, August 31st, 1912, for .the work of removal of school .desks from tho school rooms of the several city schools .before the Congress, nn3 re- placing same immediately after the close of the sessions. Also for the work and material for erection of uev- eial hundred temporary dormitory par- titions In such school rooms. Tenders mnst have attached accept ed check lor the sum of two hundred dollars as deposit and be prepared to put up bond equal to one hundred dol lars per school room for the satlafac lory completion of contract. "Further particulars can be ebtabict at the office of the Dry-Farming Con ireai, Royal Bank Building.. II. J Chairman Entertainment and Accommodation Committee. Auiuat-oj 181V- M- Employment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if are look-, ing forwork. BEGIN Phone 14J2 Jew Barnes Coil Mil! Lump, Mine Run or Screenings, by the (on or carload lots. FHONE C. O. B. PRAYING or KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. 3i 448 Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accouchor. Hours: Before a a.m., 2-3; 7-S p.m. Office. 914, Third 'Ave. BOUtil. Phono A. Piano Tuner, Arc. (Courtlnnd.) Box 1822. Agont for Gerhard Heintzman Pianos. Phono'ilSS; DOCTOR Hellpatb St., Before 9 a.m., 7-8. ____ DR. Stafford Blk., Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Grace hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30; onice Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. C. C. Sur- geon, Office at residence corner 5th Avenue South mid 7th Street South. Hours: S-9; 47-S.30; Phone 1203. DR. Eye, Nose and Throat, Dominion Building. Office hours. 9.3i> to evenings by appointment. 1-hone office 341; res- idence. 593. DR. and Surgeon Office Macdonnld Block. Phone 1318.' Ttesldence 635 10th St. South, Phone 1309.. DR. J. E. Bur- geon, aocoucher Electrical and X- Ray machine. Office, suite 119, Sherlock Building. Residence 701 5th Ave.. S., (corner Glyn and Bom. pas) Houra: 11-12; 1-3; 7-9; Sun- days 2-3. Phone, Office 1416; Res- idence 1242. OSTEOPATHY DR LIONEL B. MASON DR. SARA B. DETWILER n Ostcopathie Physlelans. Suite 217 219, Sherlock Building. Phone 1414 Take the elevator. NURSING Nursing Mission dis- trict work; Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: Before 9 a.m.; 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. Miss M L. Cunningham, Supervising "Nurse, S30 12th St. S., (Bartlett SO, Phone' 12S3. The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL Seventh Avenue S. Su.pt, Miss Pinhprn.. Phone 1343. Letb- ________i DENTAL DR. J. M. graduate of Royal College of Denial Surgeons Toronto, anil holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office, rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071; DR. J.' grad- :uate Northwestern University, Chicago, 111. Office hours: 9-12; 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. DRS.-MARRS AND successors to Drs.. Stewart Mc- Lure. Hours, 9 to 6; Office Hlgin- botham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS, Dentist, mem ,ber Royal College of -Surgeons ilEng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L. D. S., 1900 1 9-12; 1-6. Office 5-8, .Posi Office block. T. S. Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble and .Granite Works of Calgary; Office opposite Court House. Phone 661; Resi dence, 2S4-7th Ave. S.' Phone, 1176. Open night and day.- R. E. Engineer- Industrial Spurs, Railways, lard Layouts, Water SuppUes, Sewerage 'Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc., 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1438. J. R HAMILTON B. and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 8, Whitney Block. .P.O. Box C57, Phone 1042. GETTING DOWN TO FINE POINTS we are In the matter of high grade quality and low prlcee- for grain, feed, hay, bran and corn at Hanrahan's. We have shaved our prices so that our profits are down to fine points. When you want the- neat in food for your cattle, horscs.'poultry supplies, hoga or sheep come to J. G. Hanrahan (free delivery to any ot Uo city Phene 349 Alberta Land Surveyor! PIANO TUNING VOCALIST RHYND Tench- or of singing. 'Specialist In tone production "and ,English dlctlmi. (Musical Director of Wesley Meth- odist church.) Residence Avenue South. TUITION A. 0. NEEDHAM will receive pupils for pianoforte. Address Box