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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE TWO THE ILE'rWBWDCi'A -bAILY HERALD FARM LANDS FOR SALE �S� FOR SALE COAL LEASE ON B. % OP SECTION 21-10-21. Price $3000. 20 ACRES 7 MILKS NORTH OF Magrath. A simp. See mo. X60 ACRES 6 MILES NORTH OF Nomisknn. Price $1,150.00. Good buy. 100 ACRES, nil summcrfallowert, 7 miles south oi' Taber; ?21 per'aero. Snap; must be sold nt once. 820 ACRES EAST OP WARNER. Price $4.0(10.00. 40 ACRES CLOSE TO LETHBRIDGE nil improved. Price $30.00 -per acre, good terms. 1,040 ACRES, KAXCil LAND NORTH of Cowley with buildings. Price $12.00 per acre, good terms.- 665 ACRES S MILKS NORTH OF Cowley, all improved, 175 'icres irrigated water right deed to the farm. S5.O00.O0 worth of buildings, water and telephone in house. A crock runs through the farm. This, is the place for a home and to make money on. Prico $40.00 per acre, easy terms. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1917 TO RENT | Wh� Replying Mention Tht HirslS. | TO RENT' - WelMturnishcd house", close in. All modern conveniences, 414 I St. S. or phone (384.  215-ti1 TO~KEXf-Two-nice infge rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Mrs. O. H. Rlake, 010 12lh St. S. __-:ir'li TO liliNT-Large runiisheif" room, Kirkliam Block, at oiitc. Apply 3. S. Kirkliaui, plione in:'.0 or 1204. 214-4, TO~KENT-StorVgo spaco toi~ all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay & Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phono 732. 229- TO'"RENT~i.^rn"iVlied"suite,"" in"Kirk-, SITUATIONS VACANT ham block. Living room, bedroom, Wnen R,p,yln!, Mention Th* Hrrnlo. kitchenette, bathroom, at once. Phono Classified Ads. Ads for this Paob Most bi ix Offick bt 10.45, to Appear bamb day. MUSTjSE PAID IN ADVANCE 25c. aw INdKITIOH rOB 25 words ok less-6 T1MM 70s thk PniCK of fodh. J. S. Klrkhani, at 1030 or 12G4. _ 212-6 TO KENT-Slorago ior ail tuuds >>f furniture. Central location. Reason-sblo prices. McLean Transfer, ofl'lcs Balmoral block, Phone 1037, Kesias.ncB 624 7th St. South. Phono J089 nnrsXLiroTrRE.Nf -On Sept. lltlT five roomed semi-modern cottage on North side. Also five-roomed cottage \VANTEU-Night man. Apply MJou Motor Parlors. 210-ti WANTED--Pining 'room" g'ir'Pfor "Ar" lington Hotel. 21o-G fT. M. HUFF & COMPANY, ROOM 10, Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 20G-0 FOR SALE CROP PAYMENT PLAN buys quarter section 4 miles from Stirling. Fine, high, splendid land, no stone, all well fenced. $11 PER ACRE, $320 cash, buys quarter close to Nemiskam. $10 PER ACRE buys fine section between Raymond and Milk River Ridge, for mixed fanning. on forty foot lot. fully modern. Price $1,600.00. Cash $400.00. balance as loan. Applv 53Q 12th St. B. N. Geo. Whitton.__2i:i-6 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 thoro. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 647. 17S-0 WANTEI>-ciirl for light Housework. Sl~j> 1 No washing. Apply 310 7th St.S. 211-0 \v A NT h: 1) -Poliv cry man "for gr ocery wagon. Apply L. C. Tceple. 211-0 WANTED �-GirPfotgenera! housework, no washing or ironing. Apply 422 13th St. S. �03-0 WANTED AT ONCE-Man to drive auto delivery truck, Hayr Hardwnro. 214-0 WANTED-Young lady stenographer, must bo competent. Permanent position. Apply Box 29S._City.__211-0 WANTED-Woman orgirflfor general housework. Apply 018 6th Ave. S., or SITUATIONS WANTED - - i phone 15ii2. 20S-0 WANTED-Experienced cook wants position during threshing. Write liox IS, Herald. 21;;-0 SITUATION cook desires w fit. Write Box WANTED-Man to drive delivery rig � ami make himself useful around store. E. J. Hill & Co. 214-0 WANTED-Girl for general house-WA.NTKI...-'competent :W(>I'k. small family, Apply P. O. Box vork for threshing out-!*":, tarmangay.________20J-L.X ; *" Herald Office 213-6 ' WANTED-At once. Man to drive E^N^ETlTiil^^NTED^liy^o^ waB=:ExpeHence"d young Tady1 Soulh- 210-0 NOTICE All bills against the Stampede should be sent to S. F. Kimball, secretary. Raymond. 212-6 NOTICE Parties owning properties in Calgary, send particulars to 214 Alberta Corner, Calgary, and you may' hear something to your advantage. 213-0 FOR SALE Queen Victoria Park Lots 2?, 23, 24 and 25, Block 9 (nine) at $200.00 each. Term* to suit purchaser.* APPLY BOX 30, HERALD. 212-12 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 business with an old established and reliable firm. M. F. Johnston & Co. Suite Two, Alberta Block Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. desires position as office help or as-1 WANTED-Teachers for Grado \j sistanf bookkeeper; good handwrlter i and primary grade. Magrath school, and quick at figures. Apply Box 9, i James Parkinson, Sec.-Treas. 210-b Herald. WANTED-Young man desires posi 10-6! WANTED - General servant, good \pply 320 6th St. S., or phone ".: wages Hon running steam engine on thresh- or iT5 evenings. A. Wyman. 214-0 ing outfit for entire season. Alberta license. Call G. Paulson or phone R712. or write box 44, Herald. WANTED - Competent maid for general housework; no. children. Apply 214-0 Mrs. M. Rose, 1244 4th Ave. S. 214-0x SITUATION WANTED-Steam engi" neer open for threshing season. Four teen years' experience; best of refer-1 drivers, enees if required. A. W. McKeage. Aid-: ges. ersyde. Alberta. ' 214-G w~A"N~TEf> WANTED-For Brazeau Collieries, Nordegg, 50 good miners; also mine Steady work and good wa-210-6 WANTED-Job as tractor engineer, ueatioa. 15 seasons experience, or first-class Apply Sales Dept Ford mechanic. Write or wire stat- Ing salary to H. C. Norlie, 10S24 Snth \Va~NTEU-A Ave., Edmonton, Alta. 213-6 Offtco boy with good ed-Must be 10 years or older. Int. Harvester Co. 213-0 LOST AND rOUNt capable general servant, good wages to competent person. Apply 017 7th Ave S.__205-0 WATTED-Girl-to~wb7k In confectionery store. Apply Palace- Ico Cream Parlor. 204-0 LOST-A small English terrier carrying tag number. 321. , Reward for re- turn to the Arlington Hotel. 213-3 , T^aL-MINERS W ANT ED -Steady LOST-Fifty dollars in ten dollar 1 work, good mining conditions. Fnder-Bank of Montreal bills. Reward $10! al Coals Ltd., Grace Miner . 175-0 for return to the Herald. 214-0x j T\l[wifD~=^^T^^^^tM dairy. Steady job' for experienced men. Phone R411, or write Felger Farming LOST-Tire carrier with Diamond J tread tire, lamp and license plate No. I 5479. Please notify H. A. Waller] Spring Coulee, Alta. 210-6' Co.: 20S-0 FOR SALE-Miscellaneous FOR SALE-Tlils is iie~pat rant o inob I 1C casings ami lubes, nearly new, size 34 * 4tit 33 x 4 rim, at u sacrifice. Apply 612 12th St. A. N. 211-6 FOR SALE- Shelving, cash" register and window display fixtures. Apply Sadowski's Clothing Store, Dallas H(>tel_nloclc:____213-tt roil-SALE- Second-hand motbrcyclo at a bargain. Twin cylinder, S-horso. Tires look like new. Just the thing for duck shooting trips. Box 35, Herald. 215-6 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDING-TON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770; AFTER STX P.M., 469. FOK SALE (Agricultural) FOR SALE-3 young mares. Applv Mrs. H. Wilkinson, Sec. 27-S-22, west of river. 212-G FOR SALE-Hart-Parr engine and plows, good condition and a bargain. Separator supplied if required. Write or phone, Olaf Johnsrud, Coalhurst. 2U-G LAND KOtt SALB FOR SALE-At ti snap. Quarter soc-tion 2Vs miles south ot EUlkom, $1,800:00. $S00.00 cash and |500.00 full of 19 IS and 1010. Clear title. Wo have quilo a number of good listings. Sargeant ami McKonzle, Etzikom. 213-6 FOR SALE- o-l-o acres, all tillable, house, barn and (lowing spring of good water, S miles to elevator. Price $20.00 per acre, easy terms; also 3 half sections, good land, 10 miles to shipping point, $15.00 per acre. V.'m. Ingram, Tho Alberta Securities, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 4th Ave. 8. PIANO TUNING G. H. CKIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano Rnd Organ Repairer; 20 years' faotory experience. Hon ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to tho leading musicians of the city. Phone 116S 4253 Cth Ave. A. South. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDUe VULCANIZING Works undertake alt tiro repairing. Al! work guaranteed. Freight paid one way on out of town orders. E. Chaplin & Sot;, 712 3rd Ave. S, 3 doors east of Royal Dank. 138-0 WANTED-Painting, paper hanging, kalsomining. Get our prices. N. Olivor, 623 6th St. S. 215-G AVANTEIJ-Would trade horses or cattle on either good second hand-car or piano. Writejlox 45, Herald. 214-0 WAN TED T(T LE A S E-O n~ cFo p~pay-ments, half section or more of land; have" tny> own niachinory. Apply Box 19 Herald. 210-6 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, phone jl553, 410 5th Ave. 212-G FO"R"~SALE^20Theail of~g"r"ado~Shrop-shire sheep, ranging from lambs to 4 year olds. 150 head ewes. Mrs. G. C. Winser, Boundary Creek, Alta. 213-12 FOR ^AL&^AT^'snapTWTicTTSe power threshing machine outfit, carries 175 lbs. steam, with water tank, belts, otc, with 10 John Deere plows attached. Apply Manager Alberta Saddlery Co. 212-6 WANTED-Lady offers good home for two:'girIa attending school. Terms reasonable. Apply Box 24, Herald Office. 213-6 FOR SALE-A Rumely 36 h.p. engine 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 threo years. Apply Box 25, Herald. 207-12 WANTED-Ten bundle teams, two tank teams for threshing; work to start about Sept. ' 1st; only good teams wanted. R. P. Atkins. New Dayton, Alta. 210-G TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE WANTED TO RENT WANTED-Elderly man or. strong LOST-On Tuesday, the 21st, a key-; woman; must bo able to milk; steady ring with six keys. Finder please j job for right party. Apply Box 17, phoue 1165, or leave LOST-One red cow, aged, branded -S C on ribs. $10.00 reward for return or first information to G. II. Snowden, S. E. 19-S-20. 214-G Herald Office.' Herald. 210-6 ! WANTED-A blacksmith. Must be a good horse shoer. Apply in porson to manager, North American Colleries, Coalhurst. 212-6 LOST-Dark gray wol'len 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 WANTED-A millinery preparer, one accustomed to show room work preferred. L. and J. IMcLeay, 3rd Ave. S. 215-6 LOST-One red and white cow, branded on right shoulder, hasj stubb horns. Liberal reward for; return to Tony Cancelluri, Coalhursc, Alta. 215-6 LOST-From Coaklale-, since July 237 One chestnut mare branded S C over N H on left shoulder. $20.00 reward for information leading to recovery. Lee Wong, Coaldale or Lethbridge. 203-0 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE-1916 Ford touring car in good running condition. Apply 623 7th St. S., phone 742. 211-0 FOR SALE-As I am returning to tho States will sacrifice my five passenger Dodge, in Al condition. Call I860 and make appo ntment. 215-6 WANTED-Delivery man. jNIust be familiar with Chevrolet car. Temporary position. Consumers' Hardware Co. ___21^0 WANTED-Woman or a girl for cleaning, pressing and repairing. Good wages, steady work. L. Shenker, 110 5th St. S. 215-6 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 RENT-Small house, furnished or unfurnished. No children. Apply Box X, Herald. 209-Ox WTVNTED "TO" RENT"'^HUnlunifsTcd house about Sept. 1st or 15th, on the south side. Apply Box 11, Herald. 214-3 Sealed tenders will be received by the board of trustees of the Noble School District No. 2243, Nobleford, Alberta, at tho oibco 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 tho Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta, on payment of a deposit of $5.00 which will bo returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and specifications. A marked cheque for $500x0 must accompany each bid. The lowest or any tender will not necossarlly be accepted. : , F.'W. HUNT, Sec.-Trens. Nobleford, Alberta. August IS, 1917. Ad G SUILDhRS- SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES - Cement, lime, plaster, roofing, plate anl window glass,, automobile windshields. The Western Supply ft Equipment Co, Ltd.. 4th Street South. Phono 1044. Bos 298. 108-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists in E.-onch Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminate* danger at injury to garments. Only tho highest clas? work turned out.- Immediate attention Is given to country orders. 324 Cth Stroel South. Phone 1812. OUR CITY DYE WORKS, 408 2ND Ave. S.. will do any kind of cleaning and pressing, ladies' or gents' clothes. Bost of work guaranteed. Wo make cleaning and pressing our specialty. 197-0 DR. W. 8. QAL8HAITH-Pbyslcisa Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-I) 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. Night and bouse phone 13G0. DRS. CONNOR. MoNALLY A JAMI*. SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Ilesldenc* .619. Office hours: 11 to 13 a.u.} 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. ORS. DEVEBEH, CAMPBELL, R0V A CRAGG. - Office Royal Banll Building. Office hours: 1 to X afternoons; 7 to 8 evenings. Pbons COS. Residence phones: Dr. Camp- , bell 1358; Dr. Roy 609; Dr. Craig 1203. OR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose and I Throat; 115 Shsrlock Bldg. Office 1 hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by ap-� polntment. Phone*: C��ic� 341; Residence 593. DENTAL dr. m. j. GIBSON-Dentist, grndur.:. of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist.)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARKS and MARRS-Dentists. Successoru to Drs. Stewart and Me-Clure. Hours 9 to 5. Office, Hi* Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMM0ND8-Dentist, member ot Royal College ot Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ot Physicians (London). L.D.S, 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8. Hlg'nbotbam Block. Phone 1616. DR7~t~W. FOX, dentist. Graduate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Officei phone 785: residonce phono 752. Offices Uulon Bank Building. 158-0 DRESSMAKING GOOD DRESSMAKING DONE. Mrs. _H. M._PaclumL_114 5th St. S. 19S-0x LADIES, CO ME "AND" MAKE-YOUR own drosses and suits, instruction given. High class dressmaking done at reasonable prices at the Dressmaking School, Phone 1110; 324 11th Street South. 213-0 UNDERTAKING t. S. fetterly-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmor. Office opposite Court House. Motor and horso drawn hearses. Phone 5G1. Residence 284 'th Ave. S.. Phone 1171 Open day and tif-;ht. WANTED TO RENT-By gentleman with good references. Comfortable home in privnte family. Box 40, Herald. 214-3 WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage furnished or unfurnished. Three in family. Anply F. R. Marshall, Prairie City Oil Co.___214-G WANTElTTCFlTENT-A store in the central part of the city. 'Would lease for a couple of years if suitable. Give full particulars to Box 3G, Herald. 214-0 WANTED T" 6 "RENT-Furnfs'hod room for September 1st, by business gentlemen. Modern conveniences and closo in. Box 42 Herald. 213-3 WANTED-By gentleman by September the 14th, a competent housekeeper. Must be a good cook, and of middlo ago. T. N. Christie, Diamond City, Alberta. 214-0 Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral 3lock Lethbridge Vlctrotas, Victor Records, VleV ins, Accordeens, Sheet Musla and Musical Merchandise, Mall Order* Olvsn Careful Attention. 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. Prico including crop, $41 per acre. Terms. 2500 ACRES deeded, good buildings and abundance of water and grass, 700 bead of cattle, 85 head of horses, full outfit of machinery; this place joIub several sections of open range. This is one of the best Btock ranches available. Price $115,000; terms arranged. 160 ACRES well improved, Joining 2000 acres of free range, seven miles from a good town. Price end terms very reasonable. LI8TINGS WANTED. MURCHItON BROS., GADDES sV BRADEN 414 4th Ave. 6. Phone 10011 Off less: Calgary. Champion, Swal-well. Craiamyle. FOR SALE-1 Chevrolet" car in good condition with new truck body. We also have some good buys in used Chevrolet cars; also one Ford in good condition. Baalim Motor Co. 203-0 PROPERTT FOH SALE FOR SALE-Lots 4, 5, 0, corner Second Ave. and 20th street north. This is a fine corner, and will bo sold cheap. Clear title, taxes paid. R. Trout, 141 14th St. N, City. 212-G FOR SALE-3-roomed house with good cellar on two lots 50 ft. by i;;y, large chicken house and run. Price $500. Terma to suit. 1732 5th Ave. A. north. 213-6 MAN OR WOMAN, earn $12 to $251 weekly distributing religious literature. Experience or capital unnecessary. International Bible Press, Toronto. Ad F. WANTED-Experienced janitor for Champion village school building of three rooms. Steam heated. Apply stating salary to W. A. Carmicbaol, Champion, Alberta. 212-0 WANTED-Girl for general housework in Calgr.ry. Small family, good home. Must ho good cook. State ago and salary wanted, also references. 3629 G A St., West Calgary. 213-C WANTED-By Ba'ttdrsea ~STd7No. _____ 2431, experienced teacher holding 1st FOR SALE-Five roomed cottage on I or 2nd grade certificate. Salary $800 two lots. Built 3 years. Semi-mod-1 per annum. Duties to begin Sept. 3rd, em. Price $1,700.00. $400.00 cash, balance* as loan. Apply 529 12th St. N. or C. B. Bowman Agency. 212-6 FOR SALE-5-rootnod house and ten lots, with two small chicken pens, $3500,00, $1000.00 cash, balance at 8 per cent. Will sell two lots of same for $450.00, $100.00 down same terms. No back taxes owing. Sam Jones, 503 16th St. N., City. 211-6 WADDINGTON, T H E AUCTIONEER, PAYS CASH FOH FURNITURE. QUOTATIONS FREE. PHONE 770. I ANO ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Co. *>HONB �37 718 3rd Ave. S. J If possible. First class boarding. Ap ply to Mrs. Erwlu P. Kane, Picture Butte, Alta. 215-0 WANTED AT ONCE-Man for city dolivery. Must possess Home business ability, and be able to handle horses properly. Married man about thirty preferred. Replying state age, residence No. and salary required, Box 37, Lethbridge Herald. 214-0 FARMERS AND RANCHERS - Lot me furnish you with help. My fifteen years' residence in Lethbridgo enables me to, thoroughly understand your requirements. Phona or writo me and I will help you. I write hail insurance in a good company. A. M. Beasley, Employment Agency, Olllce open evenings. Office phone 645, residence 1135. P. O. Box 266. 172-0 NOTICE Notice should bo taken that we, the undersigned, have taken over the shooting lease of tho 18-mile lake and anyone trespassing without obtaining a permit from us will bo prosecuted. T. E. OTT and N. PARIS, Box 57, 208-13 v Raymond, Alberta. Oxy-Acetylene Welding The modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it'B metal we can weld it. The piece will bo strongest where it Is welded. W.N. KUTH 321 6th St. S. Next to Herald. NOTICE All those holding keys for the ltit-chon cabinet given away by Joe Pisko, General .Merchant, Staffoidvillc, should take notice that the keys will bo tried Wednesday, August 20th and the cabinet given to the one having the lucky key. 213-0 MacKAY & idacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, 80S 3rd Avonue S. Phone 1S02. Always open; neve; closec. SECOND HAND STORE NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, Prop. Telephone 1155. 16G-0 EYES TESTED J.M HEH0EBS0H - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office a! Wright's Jewellery Store J to 5 p.m. AERATED WATERS PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR. Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfgs. of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Telephone 1501. 165-0 FARM PRODUCE FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. A. D. 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 gst together by seeing Mr. Lamont. Call, write or phone, BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes in car lot or less. See us before Uuylng or selling. Established ten years. We ora in touch with tho best markets F. O. Hyde & Co.. Phone 1244. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. * Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge. Raymond and J/agrtttb. Whether you want to bay or sell we will mail you our Weekly Mar}>�t Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILOINQ Lethbrtdoe : : : : Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr., Res. Phone 389 M. R. Hazel), Acct.. Ret. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Electrical Engineering and Contracting. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work. Lighting .plants Installed. Estimates furnished. II. B, McElyea, Assoc. A.I.E.E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 1264 Fourth Ave. S. Phone 1888. 165-0 AUCTIONEER -L FOR SALE One of the Finest Ranch Propositions in Southern Alberta Six Mile* from Pincher Creek 640 acres, 250 seres timothy, near lots of open rango; all foncod and cross fenced four wires; fine cow barn, horso barns, hog and chicken house, blacksmith shop, con-alls with running water; oight-roomed fully modern bouse with complete equipment ot Implements to run ranch. All hay put up. If desired will soil 20 head ot horaeB, 100 head of cattle and puro bred Uorkshiro hogs, with ranch, or will sell ranch aepurate. Apply to P. O. BOX 133, PINCHER GREEK. ALBERTA 203-0 W. L. WILSON, Farm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Sales conducted anywhero In tho province Terms reasonable. Writo or phono 1023. Head office at Wilson's Auction Galleries, Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alta. WATER LOCMTOtY WATER LOCATICD-1 can locata water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies, Nobleford. 97-0 8HOC rtEPAIRINQ SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 fo: your shoe repairs. Work dons promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, '11 �tn Avenue South. HATWORK8 HATS CLEANED AN3 BLOCKED- Try us, we know how. Boston Hal Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props,, next ISmprosa Theatre. 102-0 ACCOUNTANTS Phone' 1619. P. O. Box 809. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, ' Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Third Ave., 8. Lethbridge. TRY A HERALD WANT AD PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Vaa Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Atcbus South. Phone 7 IS. PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR MATER-MTY esses, and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. ti. Helwig, 316 litta St. 8.. Phone 739. 68-9 chiropractors SMITH & SMITH-Hyruin Smith and June B. Smith-II you are sick and want to regain ilea 1th, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office la residence, 903 7th Ave. S, opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to : 7 ta 9. Phono 1677. MUStC MlSfi AILtEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy tin:1. Royal Collego of Music, London. Enf?., last year were successful. Studio, 623 Oth Street South. MRS. W.H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, kovboard, scalo ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 Cth Ave. A. South. TWELFTHnSEASOrTOF THE LETH- brfdgo Conservatory of Music reopens Thursday, August 30th. Piano, Theory, Violin, Orchestra nnd Hand instruments; Mandolin, Ilanjo, Ukulele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocution. Certificated teachers. Modern methods. Many freo advantages, Phono 765. 181-0 VOICE, PIANO, HARMONY-Leo M. Coombs. Lesson schedule now being made up. Special ratos for early enrolment. Conservatory of Music. Phone 765. 207-0 VTVIA N '"TVIYRTL E~PiET ERSO N-Gra-dtiate Ogden Conservatory of Music; pupil of Squire Coop, whoso toaehors were Loschitizky and Ga-dowskl, accepts pupils in pianoforte and theory. Studio, Room 2, Loth-bridge Conservatory of Music. Tele-phono 765. 210-0 H. McG. YOUNG-Teacher of Voice, Piano, Theory, v resumes teaching Aug. 21. Pupils' recital and examinations a specialty. All pupils trying the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams, last Juno were successful. Technique-clavier used for primary pupils. Studio hours: 10-12 a.m. until Sept. 1st. Studio room: 1 Alberta Loan Block, 418 oth Street. Phono 1565. Resides 310 10th St. Phone 547. EDUCATIONAL GARBUF7 BUSINESS COLLEGS 4'i 8th St. South, Lethbridge. OPEN ALL SUMMER Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Clonimorclal Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1SS1 Write for Full Information. KING EDWARDS' SCHOOL FOR Girls, Cranbrook, B. C. Patron, the Bishop of Kootonay. Healthy climate, homo comforts, full school course Pupils prepared for university, French taught by Parialonn�. Music, (piano, violin, singing), dancing, bookkooping, shorthand, typewriting. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cherrlngtnn, Headmistress. 206-6 DECORATINO WELLINGTON BROS-The Decorators, Paporhangers, and Painters; Kalsomlnlng, Gonoral Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters la Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; off lea phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg,, Lethbridge. Alta. LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNOH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. Tho only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addison and Butts, Props. Telephone 1827. 169-0 WELDING CASTING AND FORGING, WELDED and reinforced. We are equipped to handle light and heavy welding Jobs. 1266 Second Ave. S, (near BUlson . mills) n. Bosaert, P. G. Box 399, . LetnbrldWi V^'MM ;