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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO Tins LtnrtfBRmOB. DAILY HERALD ; WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1917 FARM LANDS FOR SALE �r FOR SALE coal lease ON' e. V, op SECTION 21-10-21. price J.'iOOO. 520 acres 7 miles north of Magrath. A snap. Soc me. 160 ACRES � JULES NORTH OK Ncmiskan. Price $1,150.00. Good buy. 1G0 ACRES, all summcrfnllowed. 7 miles south of Taber; $21 per aero. Snap; must bo acid at once. S20 ACRES EAST of warner. Price $4,000.00. 640 ACRES CLOSE TO LETHHR1DGE all improved. Price $30.00 -per acre, good terms. 1,040 ACRES, RANCH LAND NORTH oC Cowley with buildings. Prico $12.(i0 per acre, good terms. 665 ACRES S MILKS NORTH of Cowley, all improved, 175 acres Irrigated water right deed to ilto farm. $5,000.00 worth of buildings, water nmi iei�i_j i \\ A.N 1'El)-neliverv man for grocery 'for sale or r^t-^Fsgpri^ii:! ^I./'t,p!f?%c^Teople-v--,--21^ five roomed semi-modern cottage on TED-l.irl for general house- North side. Also five-roomed cottaeo-! ^�,r,V "� 0wn"h,ns �r i,oulus' f 422 loth St. B. -0 | WANTEI)-"l\T~ONCE i auto delivery truck T. M. huff & COMPANY, ROOM 10. Alberta Block, Lcthbridsc Alta. 206-0 FOR sale CROP PAYMENT PLAN buys quarter section 4 miles from Stirling. Fine, high, splendid land, no stone, all well fenced. $14 PER ACRE, $320 cash, buys quarter close to Nemiskam. $16 PER ACRE buys fine section between Raymond and Milk River Ridge, for mixed farming. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY Next Merchants Bank. Sth Street. 213-0 TENDERS FOR JANITOR Tenders will be received until August 25tli, for. tho janitorship of the Bridgend school, Coalhurst, duties to commence Sept. 1st. Three rooms in use. Returned soldier preferred. Apply J. J. Cash, secretary-treasurer, Coalhurst, Alberta. 209-6 NOTICE All bills against the Stampede should be sent to S. f. Kimball, secretary. Raymond. 212-6 on forty foot lot, fully modern. Price $1,600.00. Cash $400.00, balance us loan. Apply 530 12th St. B. n. Geo. Whitton. 21S-6 Man to drlvo Hnyr Hardware. FOR SALE-Miscellaneous . FOR SAU-P^nTTTjTday; \Ve~havelor sale a good used piano, on easy terms. Price $275.00. Call at oneo today* lQ,Bt yon regret. Mason & Risen, Ltd., Balmoral Block, I^t-bridge. 2U-1 FOR "SALE-Afroiluie Terrier. Woflf bred. .Young dog. SXM 2nd Ave 3. 213-2 FOR SALE-One pair automobile casings aud tubes, nearly new, slzo 34 x 1%, fit 33 x i rim, at a .sacrifice. Apply 612 12th St. A. n.___211-6 FOR SALE-ShVlvingT cash register and window display fixtures. Apply MR. - are you satisfied with your present living quarters. If not go up to tho "Y" today and see for yourself tho benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 547. 178-0 ___ _________r1I Sadowskl's Clothing Storo, Dallas WANTED-Young lady stenographer, j Hotel Block. 213-6 must be competent. Permanent posi- j tion. Apply Box 29S, City. 211-6 WANTED-"Woman or girl for general housework. Apply CIS 6th Ave. S., or phone 1502. 20S-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Man to drive delivery rig and make himself useful around store. E. J. Hill & Co. 214-0 general house-\pply P. O. Pox 204-12x drive' WANTED-Experienced cook wants ] WANTED-Girl for position during threshing. Write Box i work, small family, IS. Herald. 213-6 ' SO, Carmangay. WANTKB^Two slsteTs~dcTlfe " posi"-  WANTED-At onco. Man to tion on cook car during harvest and bread wagon. Apply Job a Gilmore. thj-e^hlng^Apply Box 6, Herald. 209-6 i 213-0 SlTL^VTToTT_'\\^\NTEb- Competent cook desires work for threshing out-fit. Writo Box 32 Herald Office. 213-6 ENGAGEMENT-WANTED-By competent carpenter foreman for balance of season, in town or country. State rates. E. L. L, Box S3. Raymond._2fi-G WANTED-Experienced stenographer wants position. Good references. Write Lottie Leask, Cranhrook, B. C. 213-2 WANTED-Hat vest hands; good wages. J. Harris & Co., ill 5th Street South. 210-0 WANTED-Teachers for Grade VI. aud primary grade, Magrath school. James Parkinson, Sec'.-Treas. 210-6 FOR SALE Queen Victoria Park Lots 22, 23, 24 and 25, Block 9 (nine) at 1200.00 each. Term* to suit purchaser. APPLY BOX 30, HERALD. 212_12 WANTED - Geneva! servant, good wages. Apply 320 Cth St. S., or phone 442 or 1745 evenings. A. Wyman. 214-0 \\TANTED^15c7mpeteut_maid for geiT __ _ oral housework; no children. Apply WANTED-Experienced young "lady M. Rose, 1244 4th Ave. S. 2U-0x desires position as office help or as- WANTED--For Brazeau Collieries, sistant bookkeeper; good hand writer, Nordegg, 50 good miners; also mine and quick at figures. Apply Box 9.1 drivers. Steady wort and good wa- Herald. i_� 210-6; ECs. 210-0 WANTED-Young man desires posT-!WANTED-Office boy with good ecT ticn running steam engine on thresh- ucatlon. Must bo 16 years or older, ing outfit for entire season. Alberta; Apply Sales Dept., Int. Harvester Co. license. Call G. Paulson or phone R712, j 213-0 or write box 44, Herald.__214JS � \va!^ED--A capable geneFal"sirt WANTED-Man with eight years ex- vant, good wages to competent per-perience desires .position running a son. Apply 917 7th Ave S. 205-0 separator, preferably an Aultman and | vvanteD-"Girrtb"-wro~rk ~in~confec-Taylor separator. Apply Box 3 S. ; tionerv store. Apply Palaco Ico -WANTED TO SELL OR TRADE - For good Montana property. 5-roomcd modern house. For information write F. W. 11., 619 7th Ave. South, Great Falls, Montana. 209-6 SELL YOUll FURNITURE AT WADDING-TON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER SIX P.M.. 469. FOK SALE (Agricultural) LAND FOR SALE FOR-8ALE--At a Bnnp. Quarter section 2% miles south of Etzlkom, $1,800.00. ?800.00 cash and $500.00 fall of 191S and 1919. Clear title. Wo have quite n number ot good listings. Sargeant and McKonzlo, Etzlkom. 213-0 FOR SALE-fi-10 acres, nil tillable, house, barn and flowing spring of good water, Smiles to elov.itor. Prico $20.00 per acre, easy terms; also 3 half sections, good land, 10 miles to shipping point, $15.00 per aero. Wm. Ingram, The Alberta Securities, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Letlibritlge. 211-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Pasture for cnttlo, fairly close in. Apply C. Raby, 410 5th Ave. S., plionoJ5531__ _212-6 \VANTErJ~'TO-injY=::Tor 5 roomed cottage on south side. Apply to box 21, Herald Office. 212-G WANTED-Would tTatle horses or cattle on either good second hand car or piano. Write Box 45, Herald. 214-6 WANfElTlir6-TlEAS ments, half section or more of land; have mv own machinery. Apply Box 19 Herald. 210-6 FOR SALE-3 young mares. Apply Mrs. H. Wilkinson, Sec. 27-8-22, west of river. 212-6 FOR SALE-Hart-Parr engine and plows, good condition and a bargain. Separator supplied if required. Write or phone, Olaf Johnsrud, Coalhurst. 211-6 Herald. 213-2 SITUATION WANTED-Steam engineer open for threshing season. Fourteen years' experience; best of references if required. A. W. MeKeage, Ald-ersyde, Alberta. 214-6 tionery store. Cream Parlor. 204-0 FARM LOANS We have money to loan on farm land at reaaonabte ratea. Valuations are made from Lethbrldge and we have the record for prompt payment after taking of application, uaually less than two weeks. Do busineas with an old established and reliable firm. M. V. Johnston & Co. Suite Two, Alberta Block Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. WANTED-Job as tractor engineer, 15 seasons experience, or first-class Ford mechanic. Write or wire stating salary to h. C. Norlie, 10S24 85th Ave., Edmonton, Alta. 21"-6 COAL MINERS WANTED-Steady work, good mining conditions. Federal Coals Ltd., Grace Mine. 175-0 LOST AND rouNi; WANTED - Two good milkers for dairy. Steady job for experienced men. Phone R411, or write Felger Farming I Co.________20S-0 | WANTED-EiderV man or strong .'woman; must ba able to milk; steady I job for right party. Apply, Box 17, I Herald. ' 210-6 LOST:-A small English terrier carrying tag number 321. Reward for return to the Arlington Hotel. 213-3 LOST-Fifty dollars in ten dollar Bank of Montreal bills. Reward ?10 for return to tho Herald. 214-0x LOST-Tire carrier with Diamond tread tire, lamp and license plate No. 5479. Please notify h. a. Waller Spring Coulee, Alta. 210-6 LOST-One red cow, aged] branded -S C on ribs. ?10.00 reward for return or first information to G. h. Snowden, S. E. 19-8-20. 214-6 LOST-Dark gTay wollen shawl, between 7 and 8 o'clock last evening, on road to Experimental .Farm. Finder please return to 1221 5th Ave. S., or leave at Herald Office. 214-3 LOST-From Coalflals, since July 23. Ojo chestnut mare branded S C over N H on left shoulder. $20.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Lee Wong, Coaldale or Lcthbridge. 203-0 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ' Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Dtock Lethbridga Vtctrelaa, Victor Records, Vl�v In*. Aceordeona, Sheet Mualt nd Musical Merchandise Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. N_J t FOR SALE-1916 Ford touring car in i good running condition. Apply 623 7ih ! St^S., phone 742. 211-0 FOR~"SALi^TlSie7roIet car "irTgowT condition with new truck body. We avlso have some good buys in used Chevrolet cars; also one Ford in good condition. Baalim Motor Co. 203-0 FARM LANDS Organized as -wo are, with offices at different points, we are In a position to offer you the best buys available. 320 acres near Commerce, all in flax. Price Including crop, $41 per acre. Terms. 2500 acres deeded, good build lugs and abundance of water and grass, 700 head of cattle, 85 head of horses, full outfit of machinery; this place joins several sections of open range. This is ono oi tb,e best stock ranches available. Price $115,000; terms arranged. 160 ACRES well Improved, Joining 2000 acres of free range, seven miles from a good town. Price and terms very reasonable. LISTINGS WANTED MURCHISON BROS., QAOOES A BRA0EN 414 4th Ave. 8. Phone teoti Offlc**; Calgary, Champion. 8wal-...wall. Cralsmyla-. PROFERT1 FOR SALE FOR SALE-Lots 4, 5, 6, corner SeTT-ond Ave. and 20th street north. This is a fine corner, and will be sold cheap. Clear title, taxes'paid. U. Trout, 141 Uth St. N., City. 212-G FOR SALE-3-roomed house with good cellar on two lots 50 ft. by 13!), large ..chicken house and run. Price $500. . Terms to suit. 1732 Sth Ave. a. north. 213-li WANTED-Canvasser for city work, man or lady. Pleasant work, good remuneration. If you mean business write Box 47, Herald. . 214-1 FOR SALE-50 choice Durham cows, 150 three and four year old heifers, 35 yearlings, 1 purebred registered Durham bull, 1 Hereford bull. Apply C. Raby, phonej.553, 410 5th Ave. 212-6 FOrTSALE-200 l\ead of "grade Shropshire sheep, ranging from lambs to -( year olds. 150 head' ewes. Mrs. G. C. Winser, Boundary Creek, Alta. 213-12 WANTED-Lady offers good homo for two girls attending school. Terms reasonable. Apply Box' 24, Herald Office; ' � � ' 213-fi WANTED-Ten bundle teams, two tank 'toanis tor threshing; work .to start about Sept. 1st; only good teams wanted. - r. P. Atkins, New Dayton. Alta. . 210-6 FOR SALE-At a snap. 30 horsepower threshing machine outfit, carries 175 lbs. steam, with water tank, belts, etc., with 10 John Deere plows attached. Applv Manager Alberta Saddlery Co. 212-Q FOR SALE-A Rumely 3G h.p. engino and 12 bottom John Deere engine gang with breaker and stubble bottoms,, all in good condition. Also wagon and tanks. All for $3500.00. A small payment down, balance in one to three years. Apply Box 25, Herald. 207-12 WANTED TO KENT WANTED-A blacksmith. Must be , a good horse shoer. Apply in person to manager. North American Colleries, Coalhurst._ 212-6 WANTED-Chambermaid to care for ten rooms. Middle-aged woman preferred. Apply Brodie block, 400 4th Ave. S. Phone 1237. 212-0 WANTED TO RENT-Small house, furnished or unfurnished. No children. Apply Box X, Herald. 209-Ox WANTED "TO RF,HT~--TJnfurni slied house about Sept. 1st or 15th, on the south side. Apply Box 11, Herald. 214-3 WANTED rLr6"RENT-By gentleman with good references. Comfortable home in private family. Box 4G, Herald. 214-3 WANTED TO EXCHANGE-10 acrea fruit land free of encumbrance, loc'at-' ed three-quarter mile from C. P. 11. station as first payment on 5 or 6 room, house. Box 4S Herald. 202-0 WANTED-Doctor for mining camp. Applications received until Aug. 20th. For particulars address Medical Committee, Brule Lake. Alberta. 204-12 WANTED-Stenographer. Duties to commence at once. Experience not necessary. Apply Murchison Bros., Gaddes and Braden, 414 4th Ave. S. 213-3 WANTED-To hire married man- for general farm work. Wouhl rent the farm equipped another year to right partv. Comfortable cottage near town. C. R. Daniel, R115. 209-G WANTED-By gentleman by Septem-ber the 14th, a competent housekeeper. Must he a good cook, and of middle age. T. N. Christie, Diamond City, Alberta. __214-G MAN"OR~WOMAN, earn $T2~to"-$25 weekly distributing religious literature. Experience or capital unnecessary. International Bible Press, Toronto. Ad f. WANTED-Experienced janitor for Champion village school building of threu rooms. Steam heated. Apply stating salary to W. A. Carmichaol, Champion, Alberta. - �� 212-G WANTED-Girl for general house-, work in Calgary. Small family, good home. Must be good cook. State age and salary wanted, also references. 3C29 0 A St., West Calgary. 213-6 WANT EI J AT-O NOE-Man-for~city _____^ delivery. Must possess some business FOR SALE-Five roomed cottage on ability, and be able to handle horses two lots. Built 3 years. Semi-mod-1 properly. Married man about thirty cm. Prico $1,700.00. $400.00 cash, balance as loan. Apply 529 12tli St. N. or C. B. Bowman Agency^ 212-6 FOR~SAllE^cTobmed" house anTTen lots, with two small chicken pens, ?3500.00. $1000.00 cash, balance at 8 per cent. Will sell two lota of same for $450.00, $100.00 down same terms. No back taxes owing. Sam Jones, 503 16th St, N., City. 211-G WADDING TON, T H K AUCTIONEER, , PAYS CASH FOll FURNITURE. QUOTATIONS FREE. PHONE 770. L ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES preferred. Replying state age, residence No. and salary required, Box 37, Lethbrldge Herald.  . ,214-0 FARMERS AND RANCHERS - Let me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' residenco in Lethbrldge enables me to thoroughly understand your requirements. Phono or write me and I will help you. I writo hail insuranco In a good' company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Office open evenings. Office phone 545, residence 1135. P. O. Box 266. 172-0 WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage furnished or unfurnished. Three in family. Anply F. R. Marshall, Prairie City Oil Co. 214-6 WANTED TO RENT-A store in the central part of the city. Would lease for a couple of years If suitable. Give full particulars to Box 36, Herald. 214-6 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished room for September 1st, by business gentlemen. -Modern conveniences and close in. Box 42 Herald. 213-3 TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed tenders will be received by tho board of trustees of the Noble School District No. 2243, 'Noble-ford, Alberta, at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer, up to 18 o'clock, September 3, 1917, for the erection of a two-room and full basement, solid brick, school building. Plans and specifications may be obtained from tho secretary-treasurer, Nobleford, Alberta, and at the office of the Lethbridge 'Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta, on payment of a deposit of $5.00 which will be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and specifications. A marked cheque for $500.00 must accompany each bid. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. ' f. W. HUNT, Sec.-Troas. Nobleford, Alberta. August IS, 1917. Ad G viavi-a HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request. Mrs. O. Thomas room -No. 9, Dominion Block, Lethbrldge, phono 1532. 171-0 GUNSMITH* GUNSMITHS A LOCKSMITHS-OuB barrels atralghtened, gun* reatock-*d, jpin work dona by  guntmltb, keye made, looks repaired, blc*clp�, typewriters phonographs, any ti|U machinery repaired, lawn jnowera harpenod. D. B. McDonald, India*,' Motorcycle Aient, Phono 1032, 411 4th Ave. S. piano tun1nq Q. H.-CRIPP8, EXPERT TUN�R - PluTer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London, England. Reference to tho � leading musicians of tha city. Phone 1UI 1263 6th Ave.-A. South. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDOE VULCANIZING Worka undertake all tiro repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town orders. B. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. S, 3 doors east of- Royal Bank. 138-0 BUILDKR8- SUPPLIES BUILDING . 8UPPLIE8 - Cement, lime, plaster, roofing, plate and window alasf, automobile windshields. Tho Western Supply A Equipment Co.. Ltd.. 4th Street South. Phone 1044. Box 298. ..... 108- HOUSE REPAIRING OR. W. a QALBRAITH-I'byslclao Surgeon, Accouclier. Hnura 2-3) 7-8 p.m. Office �14 Third Avenue. Fhoue 1253. Night and house pnoc* 1300. ORS. CONNOR, McNALLY * JAMIt> SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones: Oftlco 319; Residence 619. Otflco hours: 11 to II 1.30 to 3.30: 7 to 8 p.m. ORS. OCVtfEri, CAMPBELL. ROY a\ CRAQO. - � Office Royal BaaK Building.. Office hours: 1 to 3. afternoon* r 7 to 8 evening*. Fbont COS. Residence phones: Dr. Campbell 1358; Dr. Hot 609; Dr. Cragg 1203. �?-V tavlor-X�r. Byei Nose and Throat; US Sherlock Bldg. Of flea hours 10-12; 2-�1; evenings by appointment. Phone.'; V**iee 341; Residence 693. DENTAL DR. m. J. GIBSON-Dentist, grndut:. of Royal College ot Dental Burgeons Toronto, and holder ol a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Room� 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR. L. t. ALLEN-Dentist (succeasor to Ors. Courtic* ft Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms t and 9, Macdonald Block. Phona 1165. Lethbrldge, Alta. OH8. MARR8 and MARKS-Dentists. Successom to Drs. Stewart aud Me* Clure. Houra 9 to 5. Office, Hlg- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. FIRST CLASS PLASTERING AND houso repairing, chimneys built. Apply J. Zaromba, P. O. Box 5G9, Lethbrldge: '  ; ^ 206-6 CLEANING AND DYEING THE-VALET-Specialists In K-rench Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only tha hifiheat claa* work tamed out. Immediate attention ts given to country ordero. 124 Gtn Str*el South. Phone 1812. NOTICE All those holding keys for the kitchen cabinet given away by .Toe Pisko, General Merchant, Staffovdville, should take notice that the keys will be tried Wednesday, August 29th and the cabinet given to tho one having the lucky key. 213-6 OUR CITY DYE WORKS, 408 2ND Ave. s., will do any kind of cleaning and pressings, ladies' or gents' clothts. Best of work guaranteed. Wo mako cleaning and pressing our specialty. 197-0 OR. E. G. 8IMM0ND8-Dentist, member of Royal College ot Burgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London). L.D.S, 1900. Hours: 9-18; 1-6. Office: i-K Hlg'nhotbam Block. Phono 1�1�. DR. t. W. FOX, dentlet, Graduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Offics phone 78B: residence phono 762. Offices Uulon Bank Building. 158-0 PHI VATS, HOSPITALS PRIVATB HOSPITAL - Mrs. Vai Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 71*. PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR MATER. MTY cases, and all alcknesa ex 10 to IZ t i" 2 to 5 p.m. FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. A. D. LA MONT, 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 NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 54C Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. P. A. Rogers, Prop. Tele-phono 1155. 166-0 AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfgs. of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Tele-phone 1501. ' 165-0 farm PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes In car lot or less. See us before buying or Belling. Established ten years. "We are tn touch with the beat markets. F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 1244. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale. Lethbrldge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or aell. we will mail you our Weakly Mark*-* Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDINQ Lethbrldge : Phona 171 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr.. Ret. Phone 3SS M. R Hszell, Acct.. Res. Phone 1763 SMITH A SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B. Smith-II you are alck and want to regain iiaalth, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office la residence. 903 7th Ave. 8- opposite Model Bakery, houra 9.30 to *: 7 tw 9. Phono 1677. MUSIC miss AILtEN m. jones-I'ianoforto Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the ex* emlnatlons of the Royal Academy r.n* Royal College ot Music, London. Eng., last year wero successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, toy board, scale ladder, mod* ulatlng board, etc. Studio 122S 6ti Ave. A. South. tweXfth-seXsotTof'the leth- bridge Conservatory of Music reopens Thursday, August 30th. Piano, Theory, Violin, Orchestra and Band Instruments; Blandolln, Banjo, Ulculele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing,' Elocution. Certificated teachers. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phono 705. 181-0 electrical engineer Electrical Engineering and Contracting. Consultations on all kinds ot electrical work. Lighting plants installed. Estimates furnished. H. B. McElyea, Assoc. A.l.E.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 1264 Fourth Avo. S. Phone 1888. 165-0 VOICE, PIANO, HAR-MONY-Leo M. Coombs. Lesson schedule now being made up. Special rates for early enrolment. Conservatory of Mu- _sic, Phonc^765.___ 207-0 VTVI AN ~MiYRTLTT^ETERSOTi- Graduate Ogdon Conservatory ot Music; pupil of Squire Coop, whoso teachers were Leschltlzky and Ga-dowsltl, accepts pupils in planoforto and theory. Studio, Room 2, Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. Telo- � phone 765. _ 210-0 hT"McG~YOUNG-Teacher of-VoJcoT Piano, Theory, resumes teaching Aug. 21. Pupils' rocital and examinations a specialty. Technique-clavier used for primary pupils. Studio hours: 10-12 a.m. until Sept. 1st. Studio room: 1 Alberta Loan rilock, 418 5th Street. Phono 15G5. Resides 310 10th St. Phone 547. AND ALL KINDS OF TRICAL WORK. BLKC. W.L, McKenzie & Co. PHONE �I7 711 3rd Av�. 8.. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619, P. .0. Box 808. HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountant* Audita, Investigations, Etc SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber,. Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and . Retail Accounting. Acadia1 Building, Third Avt,, f _ Lethbrldge. TRY A HERALD WANT AD One of the Finest Ranch Propositions in Southern Six Miles from Pinch^r Cr^ek . C10 acres; tS9 acrea'.timothy, near lots fit 'open franco; .all'.'fenced and cross fenced' four wirea; fine, iebw barn/ horse barns, bog ..and .'chicken.uouw, blacksmith ahop, corralls with running watertight-roomed'fully modern- bouse with complete equipment of Implements "to-run ranch. All hay put up, It dealred -will sell 20 head of horses, 100 head ot cattle- and pure bred Berkshire hogs, with ranch, or will sell ranch separate. Apply to P. o. BOX 133, PINCWR CREEK, ALpERTA 203-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Farm sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Sales conducted anywhere in tha province. Terms reasonable. Write or phono 1023. Head office at Wilson's Auction Gallories, Dominica Block, Loth-brldgo, Alta. ,_ WATER LOCMTOfV WATER LOCATED-) can locate water for you. Charges reasonable. L. Davles, Nobleford. ' 87-0 SHOS r.EPAIRINQ SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. � Work dons promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank' Miles, "11 4th Avenue South, HATWORKS HATS CLEANED ANU BLOCKED- Try us, wo know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoo Shine Parlor, Mol-las Hros. Props,, next Empress The-t atre. 102-0 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. Telephone 1827. 169-0 WELDING CASTING AND POROINO, WELDED and reinforced., Wo aro}equlppod to, handle light and heavy welding Jobs, i 1260 Second Ave. 8. (near Billion mlUtV K. Boasert, P. c. Bo* a8�, Lethbrldge. - l�l-0 MANDOLINE AND PIANOFORTE - Taught by English certificated teacher. Terms moderate. School house at Royal View. 214-1 EDUCATIONAL garbuh business COLLEQS 411 Sth St South, Lethbrldge. OPEN ALL SUMMER Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1318 Residence Phone of Principal 1831 Write for Full Information. RTnG ETBWARD8,-~SiCHOdL FOR Girls, Cranbrook, 3. C. Patron, tha Bishop of Kootonay. Healthy climate, home comforts, full school course. Pupils prepared for university, Froncli taught by Parlslenn^. Music, (piano, violin, singing), Jane- / Ing, booltkooplng, shorthand, type-writing. Boys under 12 taken. 'Write for prospectus to Miss Cherrlngrrin, HoadmsBtress. 2066 _DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Deoorat- ora, Paperhangera and Painters j Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters la Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; offloa phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg, Loth-bridge, Alta. PIANO POLISHER FIRST CLASS PIANO AND FURNI- tura polisher from Calgary- will ba here In a month or so. Work guaranteed. Orders takon at Armstrong & liuwortli, Jewelry store. J. Brtuih. , 2Q8-.8 TRY A HERALD WANT AD ;