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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO m LETHBrXTDGE DAILY HERAL!> FMDAY, AUGUST 21,101 FARM LANDS FOR SALE ^ TO RENT FOR SALE COAL LEASE ON K. 'i OF SECTION 21-10-21. l'rico $.1000. 320 ACRES 7 MILES NORTH OF Mngratli. A snap. See me. 1G0 ACRES fi MILES NORTH OF Nemiskan. Prico $1,150.00. Good buy. ' ISO ACRES, all summorfallowed, 7 miles south oi Tabor; $21 per aero. Snap; must bo sold at once. 320 ACHES EAST OF WARNER. Price $4,000.00.' ".  /*'".�� 610 ACHES CLOSE TO ,LKT1IBRIDGE nl! improved. IJrlco $30.00 per iicrc, Rood terms. - '. 1,010 ACRES, UANCII LAND NORTH of Cowley with buildings, Price $12.00 per aero, good terms. 605 ACRES S MILES NORTH OF Cowley, all improved, 175 acres irrigated water, rlglit deed to the farm. $5,000.00 worth o� buildings, water and telephone In house. A creek runs through the farm. This is tho place for a homo and to make money on. price $10.00 per acre, easy terms. Aba Fon this Paob Must bi in Officb BT 10.45 A.M., TO Atteak ramk dat. T. M. HUFF & COMPANY, ROOM 10, Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Altn. 206-0 FOR SALE CROP PAYMENT PLAN buys quarter section 4 miles from Stirling. Fine, high, splendid lnsid, no stone, all well fenced. $14 PER ACRE, $320 cash, buys quarter close to Neniiskam. $10 PER ACRE buys fine section between Raymond and Milk River Ridge, for mixed farming. TO RENT ~ Well furnished house. I closo In. All modern conveniences. 414 j Gth St. S. or phone 684. 2t5-t> [ TYTliKNT-Two" n'lco "TaTge rooms, i suitable for iifiht housekeeping. Mrs. � g. R. Blnke. 9W 12th St. S. _ 215-6 TO RENT-Large " rurulshod ~" room"' Kirkham Ulork, at ome. Apply .1. S. Kirkliam, phone 1030 or 12f>4. 214-4 TO RENT-Sloiago space tot all kinds of foods. Hates reasonable, j Saunders Hay & Grain Co,, 1221 2nd Avenue South. Tlionn 7:12. 22�- trniFn�^Furnish ed" s'u i11\ "in Kirkham b'oi'k. Living room, bedroom, kitchenette, bathroom, at once. Phono I J. S. Kirkham, at I0;iO or 12U4. 212-6 j----- ......--------- s; . . v,v.,. -, _ � . -i � WANTED-lMninB room girl for Ar- TO HUM- Storage lor all muds it lln,Um Hotol ^13-6 furniture. Central location. Reason-; "n.Mon.lloLrl-____________.--_---- able prices. McLean Transfer, office WANTED chambermaid for the Ar- Balmoral block, Phono 10U7, Keslnis.'ico ; lington Hotel. ___ 624 7th St. South. Phono ltoSt). til-0 i WANTED-Girl" Cor pantry work. Ap-FOR SALE OR UENT--On Sept.'lltii, I plyj.othbridgn Hotel. 216-1 five roomed semi-modern cottage on j WANTED-Ctrl for "light housework. North side. Also five-roomed cottage ; x0 washing. Apply 31C 7th St. S. 211-6 on forty foot lot, fully modern. PrJco ( \v.\NTI-:i�~-I>ellvcry" nran~for'Vrb�;cry $1,600.00. Cash $400.00, balance as ,v;,so!1  .\pp)v L C. Tecple. 2U-0 loan Apply 030 12th St. 13. N. Geo. ~, ;NTSu_(;iri fot K0nOrai~ housed Chilton. 21o-1� 1-----,,,..,,,,,,, or irnulm: Apply 203-0 Classified Ads. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 25c. AH inhbbtion tor 25 words on less-C times roi Tim price of FOtin. PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATIONS VACANT When Replying Mention Thf Heralfl. MR. 'oi"_r i WANTED-Ciirl" for general __-lJ ; work, no washing or ironing. .are you satisfied with your ' i;.ltn i-t g present living quarters. If not go up i to the "Y" today and seo for yourself j tho benefits and privileges awaiting you thero. Tho rates are low. Cor. j 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phono 647. 178-0 SITUATIONS WANT El* WANTED-Experienced cook wants position during threshing. Write Rox IS, Herald. 213-6 SITUATION WANTED- Competent cook" desires work for threshing outfit. Write llox 32 Herald Office. 213-tI E N" G A llT; M E N T_ W A N T El)- By Tc onT-pctcnt carpenter foreman for balance of season, in town or country. State i rates. E. L. L.. Box S3, Raymond. 211-6 DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY Next Merchants Bank. '5th Street. 213-0 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 234 Alberta Corner, Calgary, and you may hear something to your advantage. 213-6 WANTED-Young lady stenographer, must bo competent. Permanent position. Apply llox 29S, City. 211-6 W \NTED-Wouuin or girl for general housework. Apply 61S Gth Ave. S., or phone 1.7.12. 20S-0 WANTED-Girl for general housework, small family, Apply P. O. llox SO. Carmangay. 204-12x WANTE5>-At "mice. ManTto drive bread wagon. Apply John Gilmore. 213-0 WANTED -Ifaivest hands; good wages. J. Harris & Co., 114 fjtb Street South. WANTEiv^-nTr! work.. Appiv Hill, 70 210-0 "for general house-evenings. Mrs. E. B. 11th St. South. 216-0 WANTED-Young man desires post-jD_________________ tion running steam engine on thresh-,'WANTED - Fioorman, McLaughlin ing onttit for entire season. Alberta ] Garage. 11th St., smart lnd might do. license. Call G. Paulson or phone K712. � Lethbridge Motors, Limited. 216-3 or_write box 44. Heral.L _; WANTED"- 'General servant, good WANT ED - Lady desires position wages. Apply 320 6th St. S., or phono cooking on threshing outtlt, througout 442 or 1745 evenings. A. Wyman. 214-0 season. Ten years' experience. Apply: W7VNrTED^~Cohu)ete7irimir(r"for7-en" Mrs. L. M. Kennedy, Bourgoyne, Sask.' housework: no children. Apply 216-fi.Mrs. M. Rose, 1244 4th Ave. S, FOK SALE-Miscellaneous When ReplylnR Mention Th� ItrraUI. POU SALE-All tin; latest player'roll music now In slock. You only need to phono us mid our music rolls will bo plnced at your disposal. Mason & Risen Ltd., Balmoral Block. Lethbridge. ' 216-1 FOR SALE - One"pat? automobile casT-iugs and tubes, nearly new, size 34 x I1,*!, lit 33 x 4 rim. at a sacrlilce. Apply 612 12th St. A. N. ____211-6 FOlf"SALE-'-Shelving", cash register and window display fixtures. Apply Sadowski's Clothing Store, Dallas Hotel Block.___213-t! FOR SALE-Second hand motorcyelo at a bargain. Twin cylinder, S-horse. Tires look like new. Just tho thing for duck shooting 'rips. Box 35, Herald. 215-G FOR SALE-Variety and fancy goods store in one of the largest towns Jn Southern Alberta. Clearing between four and five thousand a year. $S00 to $1,000 cash will handle. The closest inspection invited. Poor health reason for selling. Address Box 27, Herald._ 21G-2 si'UjTTouu furnF ture at wadding-ton's. good prices. prompt settlements. phone 770; after stx p.m., 469. LAND FOR SALE FOiTSALE-40Ticro9,7ti" d mininR conditions. Feder-ing salary to H. C. Norlle, 10S24 S5th j al Coalg Ltll _ Grace Mine> i75_0 Ave., Edmonton, Alta LOST AND FOUNL WANTED - Two good milkers for dairy. Steady job for experienced men. Phone R411, or write Felger Farming 20S-0 LOST-Fifty dollars in ten dollar Bank of .Montreal, bills. Rewa/d $10 , Co-_____________ for return to the Herald. 214-0x ; WANTED-A blacksmith. Must be a I good horse shoer. Apply in person to ! manager. North American Collertes, 212-6 LOST-On Tuesday, the 21st, a keyring with six keys. Finder please phone 1165, or leave at Herald Office._____ 215-0 > WANTED-A millinery preparer, one , Coalhurst. iccustomed to show room work preferred. L. and J. McLeay, 3rd Ave. S. 215-6 LOST-One led cow, aged, branded -S C on ribs. ?10,0a reward for re- i turn or first information to G. H. I____ Snowden. S. E. 19-8-20. 214-6 ; WANTED-Delivery man. Must bo fa- ' miliar with Chevrolet car. Temporary ! position. Consumers' Hardware Co. 215-0 -LOST-Dark gray wollen "shawl, be tween 7 and 8 o'clock last evening, on ! road to Experimental Farm. Finder |__________ please return to 1221 5th Ave. S.. or ' WANTED-Woman or a girl for clean leave at Herald Office. U4-3 FARM LOANS We have money to loan on farm land at reasonable rates. Valuations are made from Ltthbridoe 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. P. Johnston & Co. Suite Two, Alberta Block Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. LOST-rOne red and white cow. branded'.on -right shoulder, has stubb horns. Libera! reward for_ return to Tony Cance'lluri, Coalhurst, Alta. 215-6 ing, pressing and repairing. Good wages, steady work. L. Shenker, 110 5th St. S. 215-6 STRAYED-To my farm, 33-S-19, six miles S. E. of Coaldale, 2 red and white calves, about 3 months old, one steer and one heifer. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Apply to J. E. English. 21G-3 LOST-From Coaldale, since July 23. One chestnut maro 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-Ford runabout in good condition. $300. Baalim Motor Co. 216-3 WANTED-Doctor for mining camp. Applications received until Aug. 20tli. For particulars address Medical Committer, Brule Lake. Alberta. 204-12 WANTED-By gentleman by September the 14th, a competent housekeeper. Must be a good cook, and of middle age. T. N. Christie, Diamond City, Alberta. 214-G FOR SALE-Hart-Parr engine and plows, good condition and a bargain. Separator supplied if required. Write or phone, Olaf Johnsrud, Coalhurst. 211-G FOR SALE-50 choice Durham cows, 150 three and four year old heifers, 35 yearlings, 1 purebred registered Durham bull, 1 Hereford bull. Apply C. Raby, phone 1553, 410 5lh Ave. 212-G FOlTsALE-200 head"_"gr'ade"Sh76p"-shire sheep, ranging from lambs to 4 year olds. 150 head ewes. Mrs. G. C. Winser, Boundary Creek, Alta. 213-12 VIAVI MEDICAL VIAVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Lit-craturo on request. Mrs. O. Thomas room No. 9, Dominion Bloc.t, Loth-hrldgo, phone 1532. 171-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS _ LOCKSMITHS-GUD barrels straightened, guns restocked, nun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any llRbt machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D..HJ, McDonald, Infilaa Motorcycle, Agent, Phone 1032, 41$ 4th Avo. 8. DR. W. 8. QALBHAITH-PhynWl Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Av� Phone 1263. Night and house 1360.____ DHS. CONNOR, McNAL.LV * i\ SON-Office, 109 Sherlock Telephone!: Office 319; Itojj 610. Otflce hours: 11 to 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. ORS. DEVEBCri, CAMPBELI A CRAQO. - Office RoyJ Building. Office hours: afternoons; 7 to 8 eventni 05. Residence phones: bell 1358; Dr. Roy 609; 1203. PIANO TUNvNQ G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ Ropnlrer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London. England. Reference to the leading muBfclans of the city. Phone 1K1 1253 6th Avo. A; South. DR. TAYLOR-^Sar, Bye, ,, Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg.l hours 10-12; 3-J; oveningll notntmont. Phone*: c**�ce " sldenco 593. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tire ropairlng. Al! work guaranteed. Freight paid one way oa out of town orders. E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Ave. 3.. 3 doors east of Royal Bank. 138-0 OH. M. J. GIBSON-Dontlst, gr. of Royal Collego of Dental Sur Toronto, and holder of a Dob Dental Certificate. Office: Band 6, llrynn Block. Phone ___BUILPE.RS- SUPPLIES '_ BUILDING 6UPPLIE3 - Cement, lime, plaster, roofing, plate mil window glass, - automobile windshield's. The Western Supply A Equipment Co, Ltd.. . 4th Street South.. Phone 1041. Box. 298. 108-0 OR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (succj to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist)-Q___ uato University of Maryland. RDMB 8 and 9, Maedonald Block. PMsV 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. V CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments Only- tho highest clasi work turned out. \ Immediate attention is given to country orders. 324 6th Street South: Phono 1813. DR. E. G. 8IMMOND3-Dentist, mM her of Royal College of Surgeia (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College a YotvT �t t years' residence in Lethhridgo en- balance as loan. Apply 529 IM BDleB mfa t0 thoroughly understand N. or C. B. Bowman Agency. .12-6 | ^ r,u,rcniontg_ Phoila or wrlte me and I will help you. I writo hall Jnsuranco in a good company. A. M. Beasloy, Employment. Agency, Office open evenings. Gfnco phone 545, residence 1135. P. O. Box 2GG. 172-0 FOR SALE-If you are looking for u bargain, look at that 4 room house and 2 lots No. 740 17th St. North, for $500. Terms 3100 cash, balance like rent. Apply to H, Galvin, Room 7, Macdon-adl Block, Phone 1425, City. 216-0 FOR SALE-5-roomed 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 wadding ton, t h e auctioneer, pays cash for furniture. quotations free. phone 770. NOTICE , .Notice should be taken that we, the undersigned, have taken over tho shooting lease of the 18-mile lake and anyone trespassing without obtaining a permit from us will bo proBocutod. T. B. OTT and N. PARIS, Box 57, 208-13 Raymond. Alberta. WANTED TO RENT Whin Replying Mention The Herkla EYES TESTED J.M.HEHDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty 'Office al WrUjUf*JewcMcry Store! 2 to S p.m. 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 get together by seeing Mr. I.amont. � Call, write or phone, BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE PURITY BOTTLING WORKS, COR Fourth Ave. and Fourth St., Mfga of Aerated Waters and Ciders. Tele phono 1501. 165-0 FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash l'rlcss paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes In car lot or less. See us before buying or selling. Established ten years. We are In touch with the best markets. F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 124*. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lathbrldge, Raymond and Magratb.. Whether you want to bay or sell, we will mail you our Wsekly Mark** Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDINO Lethbridge Phono 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr., Res. Phone 808 M. R- Hazell. Acet.. Res. Phone 1763 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA, A8SOC. A. I. E. E Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plants Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1264 Uh Ave. S. Phone 1S88. 216-0 AUCTIONEER WANTED TO RENT-Small housel furnished or unfurnished. No children. Apply Bo)C_X, Herald.^_ 209-Ox WANfWFTfFREOT house about Sept. 1st or 15th, on the south side. Apply Box 11, Herald. 214-',! WANTED TO RENT-By gentleman with good references. Comfortable home in private family. Box 46, Herald. 214-3 WANTED TO RENT-Small cottage furnished or unfurnished. Three in family. Apply P. U. Marshall. Prairie City Oil Co. 214-6 WANTED TO RENT-A store In the central part of the city. Would lease for a couplo of years if suitable. Give full particulars to Box 3�, Herald, 214-6 TRY A HERALD WANT AD FOR SALE One of the Finest Ranch Propositions in Southern Alberta Six Miles from Pincher Creek 640 acres, 250 acres timothy, near lots of open rango; all fenced nnd cross fenced four wires; fine cow barn, horse barns, hog and chicken house, blacksmith shop, corralls with running water; eight-' roomed fully modern house with complete equipment of Implements to run ranch. AH hay put up. If desired will sell 20 head of horses, 100 head of cattle and pure jbrod Berkshire hogs, with ranch, or will sell ranch separate. Apply to P. O. BOX 133, PINCHCR CREEK. ALBERTA 203-0 W. L. WILSON, F�rm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer. Bales conducted anvwhero in tho province. Terms reasonable. ' Writo or phone 1023, Head office at Wilson's Auction Gallorl63, Dominion Block, Lath bridge, Alta. WATER LOC.-.TOIV WATER LOCATISD-J can locate water for you. Charges reasonable, T. V. Davios. Nobleford. 87-0 SHOC REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 fo. your shoe repairs. Work dons promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, '11 4th Avenue South.. HATWORKS HATS CLEANED AND CLOCKED- Try us, we know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel las Bros. Props., next Empress Tho-, atre. 108- ACCOUNTANT8 Phone 1619. P. O. Box 60S. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants Audita, Invocations, Etc SPECIALTIES Muniolpal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting. Acadia Building, Thlr.d Ave., 8. Lethbridge." jr^,.. DENTAL DRS. MARRS and MARRS- Dentfiti Successor to Drs. Stewart and M< Clure. Hours 9 to 5. Office. Bit inbotham Block. Phone 374. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. fi Haarlem's Private Hospital Si Maternity Home. 1224 7th Arm South. Phone 741 f PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR MAT* NITY cases, and all sickness ,< ceptlnc contagious diseases. M fc\ He! wig, 316 14th St. S, p� 739. ct CHIROPRACTORS SMITH <& SMITH-Hyram Smith  June B. Smith-It you are sick M want to regain health, take spll adjustments and get well. Officii residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. oppifc Model Bakery, hours 9,30 to 6: t 9. Phono 1677. !: MUSIC MISS AILtEN M. JONES-I'lanoff Playing and Theory, eupervlsloS H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred j) cent, of pupils entered for then amlnaMons of the Royal Acadt unr1. Royal' College of Music, don,' Eng., last year were succj ful. Btudlo, 623 9 th Street So) MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher Piano, Harmony and Theory, ten years' teaching expcrlei Studio fully equipped with bit board, keyboard, scale ladder, nt alating board, etc. Studio 1226 Ave. A. South. TWELFTH^EXSON OP THE LEI bridge Conservatory of Music I opons Thursday, August 31 Piano, Theory, Violin, Orches and Band Instruments; Mando Banjo, Ukulele, Guitar, Hawaii Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocutl Certificated teachers. Mod methods. Many froe advantar Phono 7G5. 181 VOICE, PIANO, HARMONY-Leo Coombs. Lesson schedule now ing made up. Special rates for t ly enrolment. Conservatory of : sic, Phone 765. 207 VIVIAN MYRTLE PETERSON-( duate Ogden Conservatory of i sic; pupil of Squire Coop, wh teachers were Leuchitlzky and dowskl, accepts pupils in pianof< and theory. Studio, Room 2, Li bridge Conservatory of Music. T phone 765. _ 210 H. McG. YOUNG-Teacher of Vo Piano, Theory, resumes teach Aug. 21. Pupils' recital and ex inatlons a specialty. All pupils ing the Toronto Conservatory of sic exams, last June were succ ful. Techniauo-clavier used for raary pupils. Studio hours: l: a.m. until Sept. 1st. Studio rot 1 Alberto Loan Block, 418 Sth Str Phone 1505. Resides 310 10th Phono 547. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQ 4'. I 8th St. South, Lethbridge OPEN ALL SUMMER Enter at Any Time Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeei and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1318 Residence Phone of Principal ' Write for Full Information. KING EDWARDS' SCHOOL J Girls, Cranbrook, B. 0. Patron, Bishop of Kootona'y. Healthy a ate, homo comforts, full scl course Pupils prepared for uni slty, French taught by Parlsloi Music, (piano, violin, singing), Ji ing, bookkeeping, shorthand, t; writing. Boys under 12 taken. W for prospectus to Miss Cherrlng Headmistress, 2 D ECO RATI NO) WELLINGTON BROS.-The Dscc ore, Paperhangers and Palnti Kalaominlng, denoral Decora and Sign Writing. Estimates gl Tho oldest established palnten Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; ol phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., L bridge, Alta. j LUNCH COUNTER 1 THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM A Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. The only wf cooks in town. Also tobaccol and barber shop. Addison and Bi Props. Telephone 1827. 161 WELDINQ ' CASTING AND PORQINQ, WEI , and reinforced. We are equfupa handle light and heavy welding 1266 Second Ave, S, (near HI * mllle) R. Bosaert, P. O. fiox , Lethbridge, "-��' , ;