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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ijAGETWO THE LETHBRIDGE . DAIL"* HERALD , THURSDAY, AUGUST 22,1918 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 25 Words or Lets-Six Times for Price of Fonr. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY end TO RENT LANDS Tbe iands are In the district between Retlaw . and Medlcino Hat, and north and adjacent to tho Old Man and SouUi Saalt-atchewan rivers. Tl^ese lands are to be plac 11th St. South. 211-6 LOST AND FOUND o'clock Tuesday evening. Please, ret.irn same to Lothbrldgo Motors and receive reward. R. J. Swanson, Kipp. SITUATIONS VACANT i� Hor�ia> WA NTE D-Wnltreas wan tod! Apply Lothbrldge^IIoteJ. , _212-rO WANTED-Man~and wife wanted on farm. Wrilo or phone. Smith Bros., Raymond. 213-6. WANTED-Smart errand boy Qpod chance to learn trade, ThuoU,,,("thicl Tailor, 608 3rd Ave, 213:^6 \\''ANTE0-^good"gTrl~tor gdnerai housework. Apply 1249 4th Xvib; S. _ _ 210-^ WANTED-Lady bookkeeper: Miist have experience. Apply Box 59 Herald. 2W-d WANTED-A good smart boy, per-manont job. Apply Rylands. & .Co.j Dry Goods. � 209-G LOST-A bl.ick club bag between Klpp and CcKilhurst. Friday afternoon. Finder suitably rewarded by refurning to Postmaster A. McWilllam Jr.> Kipp, .\Ua. _*^^"''! LOST-.Oiirge darlTbrown colile dog. .Vnswcring to the name of Dan. Reward for return to the Western Canada Hardware Co. Ltd, Lethbridge. 211-0 "W'ANTED-Throe dairymen, hand 213-:; I milkers. Apply P. Ou Box 940 or phono r 411. ,  . 207-0 and LOST-30x31^ casing Dominion chain tread, with cover now. Reward for return to B. Chaplin, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works, 712 3rd Ave. S., city. 212-0 brown LOST-From Taylor farm, year old gelding, branded WANT.BD--Women tor cooking general housework on farm. Apply P. o. Box 58, Barons, Alta. 209-6 "WANTED^Housekeepef' and several general servants to work at Trail, B. C. Address stating -wages, references and full particulars, to Box 70 Herald. WANTED-Barber to~take charge of shop. Will lease same, rent reasonable. Apply Box 175, Nanton, Alta. 212-6 MINERS WANTED Apply F^ederal Goals Limited, Block. Hill 210-6 lu Kt-isi -inrco 1"""=""=" ^ on left, thigh Reward for In- r'^"^^,r^;^;v \ !i>-ation S^idiSz^c^r?. Also furnished bed rooms. 6th .'^ve. South. Apply 504 211-6 TO RENT-Nine roomed fully modern house, furnished or xmfurnlshed, A'vailable Sept. 1st. Apply The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Block. 210-6 TO RENT-Two seven-roomed fully modern houses, Nos. 1208 and 1210, 3rd Ave. S. Rent $35.00. Apply The C. B. Bowmi.n Agency, Acadia Block. _______210-6 WANTED^Patersom McKinnon and Bell. The Housemen. City property; rents collected; houses and apartments for rent. Irrigated farms and ranches for sale. Phone 1S04. Union Bank Building.  212-0 The Taylor Milling Co., Lethbruis.,. _____ , 174-0 L(5st-One white gelding bramied K on left shoulder also branded X S.,_____ Oue black gelding branded h 3 on | ing. Gas and every convenience, right shoulder. ?10.00 reward for in- j Good wages. Apply 275 7th Ave. A. formation leading to recovery. J. L.; south or phone 619. 214-6 W.\NTED-A good girl to help with general housework. In good comfortable homo. Good wages paid. Apply to 293 7tli Ave South, or phone C87. _ J___211-6 WANT'ED-^ capable maTnTor gen-oral housework and good plain cook- FOR SALE-(MisceUaneout) jlrtpReplyInt ttferi^lon Th� HeralT^ FOR SALE-How doeFlhis sound to Von? , A pretty Boll organ, cabinet rtc-slltn, walnut case, good tone, only slightly used. Price J50.00. Bring Uila ad with you. Easy payments. Mftson & -Rlach, Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge.____ 214-1 FOR "SALE-1 fur iined coal' with mink collar. Apply 1261 6th Ave. S. 213-6 FQR SALE-Refrigerator, In use two months. Apply 904 7th St. A.v south. Phono 1502. 1214-1 FOR SALE^burnor Perfection oooic stove with oven. In llrat class condition. 619.13th St. south. 214-3 KOR .SALE-Cheap. Garage 12x10 with plaink floor, must be moved from present location. Can be seen by phoning 644._______^^Iti'^ Fdft SALE-A fine Bell organ In solid walnut case at a bargain. Owner will accept ?5.00 per month for two-thirds of price. Write P. O. Box 139, City. 209-6 FOR SALE-Order your props and coda^' posts and cordwood now. Delivered In short notice. Allen Gehman, Caithness, B.C., about 20 miles west of Fernle. 211-0 FOR SALE-Lumber. P. Lund and Son carry everything in the building line. Head olhco and city yards, corner 3rd Avenue and 17th Street. Phone 51G. P. o. Box 189. Lethbridge. 209-0 FOR SALE-Contents of a 17-roomed rooming house, all good fi�fniture. Including linen. House in good location, reasonable rent. One block from car lino. Anyone interested call or write 319 5th Ave. S, 210-6 Enrlght, Box 154. LOST City. 2C9-6 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go iip to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. "or. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phona 547. TO RENT-Three furnished rooms, suitable tor light house Keeping. Free use water, light and gas. To respectable couple. No objections to small child. Apply 1254 6th Ave. south. 208-7 TO RENT-A suite of three or four furnished rooms for housekeeping with bath, gas stove for cooking, also ismall bedroom. Reasonable to permanent partv. .Apply 1509 0th Ave. S. JPhone 1626._____ 208-6 TO RENT-Will give use of all section 27-4SS-W. 4th, till June 1919 to any responsible farmer or rancher in consideration of fencing. About 100 ton hay on section. Good grass, plenty of water and shelter. Thirteen sections open land in same township. Apply H. J. Loughran, Alexandra Hotel Calgary. 213-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-5-roomed housci modern with gas. Central location^ 50 ft. front, facing east. Telephone 1914. 213-6 A. H. LYNCH STAUNTON . Real Estate Agent. Plncher Creek, Alberta. 212-0 FOR SALE-tAgricultural) FOR SALH3-Hay stacking outfit, com plete. Cheap for cash. Apply Box No. 74, Herald. 211-6 FOR SALE-One heavy wagon with grain box in first class condition. "Cheap for cash. Apply A. Bell, the blacksmith. _209-6 FOR SALE-Rumley 15-30 gaa pull engine.' Trade for stock or sell. Five Itottom Rumley plow's. Apply Herald Box No. 58. 214-6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Three lieavy work horses, two sets heavj^ team harness, one heavy teamlug/ gear with coal box. 'What offers? Apply 309 Eighth avenue A south, or Phone 1524. 210-6 FOB 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. Mostly ail broken. �Weighing from 1000 to 1500 lbs., at $7S',00 per head; colts thrown in; also 50 head of shorthorn cattle. Apply Noj-man Brohman, box 786, phone rural 1,010, Lethbridge. 213-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED - Dressmaking and all kinds of sewing, very reasonable. Phone. 1396,___211-6 jWANTBD-Experienced stenographer �wIsheB temporary position. Apply Herald Box 72. 212 FOR SALE-Rooming house furniture and lease of building In business district. Rooms, can be rented to transients. Owner leaving on account of health. Act quickly.  Dowsley Land Agency. 202-0 FOR SALE-FivS-roomed bungalow, colonial finish throughout, hardwood floots and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 loot lot. Water and light, new hot air furnace, good chicken run, owner leaving town, now renting for $15 a month, will sell for cash, $1150. Apply J. Kom, Room 10, Hull Block. 160-Ox Grey gelding "J years old. weight about 1400 lbs., Roche main, brand on left thigh. $10.00 reward for Information lead-IS�S 'ng to recovery. Albert Green, P. o. Box 167, Taber Alberta. _209-26 "sfRAYEt>^Fotif'"horBes"""from"~ river bridge Tuesday night, about 11.00 p. m.. branded on right shoulder Two roans and two blacks with halters, about 1300 lbs., horses. Ten dollars for information. Arlington Hotel. 214-1 STRAYED-One dark grey horpe, branded 2 on left hip; one white gr'ey mare, branded h over (1) on left shoulder. 1 bay mare branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse, 4 years old, strip on face, ono white foot, branded H7 on left shouldor. A reward of $5 per head will be paid for information leading '.o recovery. Wm. P. Connor. Eagle Butte. Alta. 150-0 WA.N'TED-Girl or woman for house work on farm north of Kipp. Pay to suit. Start immediately. Phone R 515 Monarch or apply Box SO Herald. ___.____214-3 WANTED- immediatelyr Girl" "of woman to care for boy of tour during school hours and do light housework. State age, wages expected, quallflca-tions. Box 153. Phone 55, Magrath. ___._______213-6 FARM LABOR-Wo can" supply'farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now on tho ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th ^-'l-^- Iiethbridge^phone 545. 95-0 WANTED-^Teach"i"r~hordlng'^'iit "or nd class certificate for Troy School District No. 2183, duties to commence Sept. 2nrt. Apply stating salary to R. R. Murray, Sec.-Treas.; Now Dayton, .*.lta. 209-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS: (Wi,^ Replyinc Mention The Herald) WANTED-We buy and" soil used office furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever-all and Frauks. ?3-0 WANTED TO BUY-One car load of good dairy cowa. Apply P.O. Box 902, City. Phone "16. 210-G WANTED-To lease small coal mine, give location, thickness, and material on hand, in first letter. Apply Box 57, Herald. . 209-G WANTED TO BUY-Farm on crop paj-menfs. Any size. Would buy all equipment. E.xperienced farmer. Apply Herald Box No. 58. 214-C WANTED-Will trade for horses, f> cows and 5 calves, 3 yearlings and 1 Durham Bull. Apply Box 1019, City. 213-6 FOR SALE-At a bargain for cash, il taken before Sept. 1st. Five-roomed house on four lots, water and light, 2 barns; 200 acres leased pasture, abundance water; 16 milk cows, ail young; 1 year old heifer; 1 year old Black Polled bull; 5 head horses; milk bottler; cream separator; delivery wagon, new; 1 combination plow, new; 1 set double heavy harness; 1 set single harness. Everything for running dairy business. Apply, owner, 1501 14th Ave. south. 212-6 WANTED TO RENT WANTED-Furnished~'hou"se ofTuTte for month of September. Apply 1215 4th Ave. south or phone 504. 209-6 WANTED TO BUY-Chevrolet five-passenger car, must be in fair condition and reasonable in price. Send particulars and price to Box 16 Herald. _______ _.,-^'b'2 WANTED-^to trade," first qlass income property la Spokane and cash for cattle, horses or sheep. J. A. Irwln. Barons, Alta. 212-6 WAN'fED^"For*'casE; Small~thresh ing machine, capable of being driven by 20 H. P. gas engine. Blower and self-feeder preferred. Address Box 7S. Herald._______ _209-0 WANTED-Will take caTtle'; horses or sheep as first payment on improv od section on famous Black Spring Ridge. Address P. 0. b6x 102, Barons, Alberta. 212-G \V.\NTED-All kinds of house'"""and" sign painting. Bulletin work a spe cialty. Estimates given on largo or small jobs anywhere. G. LaPolnt, Phone 119, Magrath, Alta. 210-G \yANTED TO RENT-By careful tenant with no children, a fully modern house. Can give good references. Box 9, Herald. . 212-6 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished six or seven roomed house from the 1st of October from C to 8 months, in good locality . Apply Box 34 Herald. 212-6 � WANTED-Experienced stenographer I with knowledge of bookkeeping is -open for immediate position. Box 4, Herald. �\2l0-6 WINTERING STOCK ,T0 RENT-Can arrange to winter from 500 to 1000 cattle iii good hands with plenty of good water, green feed and hay. Write; at once for partiou-Jar�. H. W. liove, Mgfr, Co-operative � Co., .Irma, Alberta, 211-6 ro RENT-Can winter froi^ 60 toToo i^ead of cattle. Coulee and brush shel-v.^er. PlejAty of water and feed. Will ; take good grade cattle in pay, Write 'or wire, C. W,; HoUldav. Irma, Alber- VVANTBD-Three or four room house or apartment near 3rd Ave. and 12th St. south, unfurnished, by Sept. 1st. State monthly rental. Address Box 56 Bow^ Island, Alta.____-l^Z"^ WANTED-To rent by first bf'Sep-tember, four or five-roomed modern cottage or house ou south aide. Apply 12''3 ,4th Ave. South, or phone 179j. 211-6 WANTED TO KENT-By Oct. ""I'st", small furnished or unfurnished houso on south side, must have gas Installed, Two In family. Apply Baalim Motor Co. 210-0 NOTICE MONEY RETURNED-If the parties who were dofrauQod Into paying mpney supposed to be for subscript-Ions to jgurnals by Cecil M. Russoll. will call at the police station, they will get a percentage of their money ro- .MONEY WANTED-Farm loan of $10,000 for term of five years, interest 8%, payable annually. On 960 acres improved land, value $25.00 per acre. P.O. Box 37, Foremost, Alta. 211-18 WANTED - Assistairt � matron for Lethbridge Children''8 d'Slielter. Apply to Miss Lewis, Matron, 210-6 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 lu our care. 406 5th St. S. Phone 1428, Res. 768. 201-0 VISIT GREB.NPIELD'S. EXCHANGE -Lethbridge, Dominion Block, 6th St. S., (next to Simpson's). We have a full line of new and secondhand furniture at reasonable prices. A few of our special are book cases, china cabinets, desks, arm chairs, brass beds, rugs, lino, also office desks and typo-writers, cream separators, etc. Crating free. 192-0 GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KiT�J'''EDWARD"'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable home, pupils prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlslenne. Boys under 12 taken. Write.for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington. Principal. 144-101 At Diamond Coal Mines, Diamond City, Alta., 12 miles north of Lethbridge. Experienced miners are making from $7 to $10 per day, nett. Daily Train Service . Diamond train meets outgoing and ingoing trains from and to Lethbridge. Change at Kipp for Diamond City. 183-0 ACCOUNTANTS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL DR. M. J. 0IIJS0N-^6ENT1ST ORAD-uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder oC a Dominion Dental Certificate, Office: rooms 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071, DR, L. T. ALLEN-OENfiS'trTsuC-oeasor to Drs. Courtice' & GUchrlBt). Gratluate\)f University of, Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Olock. Phone 1165; .Ldthbrldge. Alhertn. DRS. kARRS'ANbnMA'RRS-dent; lata.'Successors to Pra.;Stewart and McC!ure,'.HourB � 16:5, Ottice: Htg-inboth^m'Block. Phon'e 374, DR. T. W7(P0X-"DENTIST. ORADU-atVo,dne8day, Oct, 10th, 1918, con l)r!i�'th'6 Tax Entorcomont Roll of the Municipal District of Flowery Plains No;- 38. � Dittpd at Btzlkom this 13th day of ^Ulyi' "18. , - �  ROBERT GARDNER, : Secretary Treasurer of tho Muni* clpal District ot Flowery ' riains No, 33. A. MEADS-PAINTING, DECORAT- Ing and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 8th Ave. S. ______y'"'' W. ElilBRY---PAIN"TrNGTWCO ing, Paperhanglng, Kalsomlning, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given., 936 9th Street S.Phohe 338^________ PAiNfiNO, DEC'd'RATING, PAPBR- hanglng and Kalsomlning, etc. H. Cunningham, 513 19th Street North. Phone 1223. , 199-6 O. T. DRINKALL & SONS.-Painting and decorating. The homo decorators. We paint anything. Ottice and shop 321 6th St. S. 203-0 FOR DECORATING. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING SEE S. WHITAKER, 612 Tth ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MATERIALS USED. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-PHONB 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work, done promptly. Orders called .for and de Ilvered, Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. BAKERY KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK-ory, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 606 3rd Ave, S, Phone 1027, FURS WE ARB SPECIALI55ING IN NATUTT-al settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie . Pox and Badgtjr, Every set different, now effects, Raw furs wanted, Scott, Practical Furrier, Higinboth-am Block. 87-0 VULCANIZING WBlJNbBRTAKE TO RKPAIR ANY-thlng in tho rubber line. Any size tire. Promp^neBs and quality guaranteed. We aim to pleaso. Charges on out of town wojk paid one way, Don't throw away that old tiro he fore you see us, it may bo worth tixing. Free air on the curb. Loth-ftridge Vulcanizing Works, B, Chaplin &. Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR. Reopens Monday, August 26, Piano, theory, violin, orchestral and band Instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulele, Hawaiian steel guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher in all departtnents. Modern methods. Many free advantages. Phone 765. THIRTEENTH SEASON. h: McG. YOUNG, teacher of voice, piano and theory, pupils recita/la held at Xmas, Easter and June, Ton-onlo Conservatory exams held during latter, part of June. During the past two years all pupils trying these exams were successful. Technique clavier for practice may, be had at the studio, 414 A 5th St.. south, first door south ot Orpheum Theatre. EYES TESTED J.M.HEMDERS0N-SI6HTSPEC1ALIST 'Difficult Cases a Speciiilty Omco :ir Wrinl.ts JcwHI 886-24 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Building, Phone 701. Office hours during July and. August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m,> ' "' ; .168-0 BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICV-' cles tor sale. All wakes of bloyoles' repaired, A large stock of accessor-' les on hand. D, B, McDonald, Gun-' smith and Locksmith, 0th Street S.,' opposite Herald Office, 02-0' SPIRITUAL READER MADAM, MARGARET - CLaTrVOT^, unt, Spiritual Reading, past, present, and future. Hours 10 a.m. to 9 p.m,; 114 5th St, S., iiUlte,^,.Begia,,31ock.> J ;