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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ~ / niE LETHBRlDGE DAILY UKRALn ii rST"'i '''' I i"ni iMM* liifc-fcr-ii......I 'i^-''*"'"" ' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1918 HERALD ^tlafsified Advertisements Idr This Page Must Be in Office by COVERS tHE SO0TH COUNTRY LIKE A BLANKET 11.30 a-m. to Appear the Same Day.--^25c an insertion for 25 �foreent to tbe Old Man and Soutlt 8aik> tobewan rlTera. These laiids are to be pUi� d on the market at a reaaon-able valuation. The Comjwiny Is TooWnj tot bona fide tettlen. We would be pleased to bare r-BxperienTod- waitress. If not expwlencod please do not call. Rirkby & Co., 3rd Avenue south. ,300-0 \\\A,NTE5^JKid~for KohoniF "hmrs� \Vork, Apply Mrs. P. V. Lewis, 1507 4th AVe. S. _ 302-6 I WANTBI>-Girl for general house-I work. Gas In furnace and range. Apply lO 12th St. A. aouUi. ' 291-0 CANADA LAND ^ IRRI-GA^N COMPANY, LTD. �ex 677 Phone 242ft MEDICINE HAT. ALBKRTA FOR SALE '4000 ACRES of grazing: land, all fenced, plenty of water. A sjiap to right pkTtfi We have "over .2i000,000 feet of good lumber for sale, ranging from J6x6 to 12x12, and 40 foot i' lengths. J'rice 125 per thousand. Money to,loan on good farm lands. THE T. M. HUFF INVESTMENT CO.; uROOM iO ALBERTA BLOCK, t.ETH BRIDGE, � - ALBERTA 396-12 STRAYED -Near Spring Coulee, about October 19th, a red bull calf, 6 1 months old. Branded on right C-J ' ribs. Any one knowing almut f|f� this calf, please notify John lud Grisaok, 1217 9th Ave. north. Leth- hridge, Alta. _299-6 LOST^Either \frednesday or Saturday lost in business /centre of city or White Line car, a small bag containing roglstra.tion card and three $10.00 bills, also seven coupon tickets for Dominion Hebekah lodge. $10.00 reward lor return to 1262 6th-Avenue south. 299-3 A GOOD BUY ;il35 ACRES of stimmerfallOTv tetween i Lethbrldge and Wilson. All pre-i pared for spring-planting. ~ It should .pay its own way out next season. ' Price $55 an acre, on easy^term^. THE O. F. URSENBACH AGENCY. ' , 293-0 for SALE-(MisceDaneous) yWhen BepIyJne UentloQ The Kerala* JPOR SALE-Player piano, the best .made, in rich mahogany finish, come In md bear tt. ^^r^ce $550.00 with 'terms to suit. Mason and Risch, Bal-yoral Block. 302-1 FOR  SALE-Edison phonograph, practically new -with fifteen records. Price $65.00. Easy terms. Willii 3>iano Co.; Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. . -297-6 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINCTONS. GOOD FRK tS PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M., 469. FORSAlEWHATYOUNEED ^ City Second Hand Store New and Second Hand : FURNITURE A specialty, We buy, sell, exchange, Ipnd money on goods, and rent typewriters. 406 5th Street south. Phone ^428 or 768. Sttl-0 , MONEY TO LOAN Money to loan on improved farms. fTHE-'O. F. URSENBACH AGENCY i Suite yln� M�ncton Tho Huraiai FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1917 model, good as new, cheap it taken at once. Apply Standard Garage. 302-6 WANTED-AT ONCE Apprentice for hair dressing and massage. APply Ladles Comfort Rooms, No. i, .HuU Blk. 302-0 TO RENT-Fully modern 7-roomed bouse. No. 1005 Sth Aventie spiith. Ap- ( ply Arthur Hayr, 412 4th Avenue S..' phone 575 or 750. i' 288-0 WANTED-Girl to assist in general housework. No cooking or washing. Must be fond of children. Apply 6,18 6th Ave. south. . 298-6 -4?! reward for information leading to recovery. Loretto Desfiffeno, HardievlUe, Alta. 298-6 STRAYED-From Diamond ,. City, white gelding mine pony, short inane .and tail,. branded on left hip Bay gefding mine pony, short K|S| mane and tail, branded 4 V iMwH on right shoulder, also on right hip 8 N. $ reward for return to Trusts and Guarantee Co., Diamond City. 295-0 STRAYED-Between Foremost and Cowley, 1 two year old dark, brown horse; also 1 one year old light bay horse. Both branded on left neck. Reward of $10.00 each for information leading to re- _ covery. Otto Iridale, Groton, Alberta. 299-9 TO RENT-Private house, owner leaving city, will,lease all or arrange doTOstsirs and upstairs separately. Dowsley Land x\gency. Phone 1809. __2S3-0 TO RENT-Cosy furnished suits of two or three rooms as preferred. Heat, | light and telephone. No small children. Apply 317 7th Avenue south. __298-S TO RENT-Furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, single or double rooms, modem conveniences. Close in. Apply 320 7th St. south. Phone 1789. 301^6 WANTED-Maid for general house-work. Modem home, 3 miles from town. Apply Mrs. C. R. JJanleU, phone Rural 115. 2�97r6 MR.- are you saltsried with your present living quarters? It not, up to the"Y" today and seo for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are lo*. "or. 4th Ave. and 10th St.. S. Phbn� 547. WANTED-Young girl to assistV In light housework, or school girl to ci^re for child during evenings. Apply 1412 4th Ave. S. or phone 1518. 299-0 ,WANTED-Capable'girl or woman tor light housework. No coal us^d, cooking and heating done by gas. Apply at once to Mrs. L. Keel, 519 7th St. South. ' 296-0 WANTED-Experienced flour packer night and day shUt. 45c an ho^r, steady work guarajiteed. Apply Mttfc-leod Flouring MlUs, Macleod, Alta. 300-6 TO RENT-Suite of two offices, facing Lethbrldge Hotel, $18.00 per month including light, heat and hot and cold water. Ready for occupation Dec. 1st. Suitable tor doctOr.-'denUst, etc.^ Apply J. D. Higinbotham-  298 0 FARM LABOR-We can supply rarnj-crs with^. A of men are now the ground wi>t; ing for work. Wre or phoM.the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 S(b St. S.. Lethbrldge. phone 545. J�5-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE HOUSES FOR' SALE-We believe that we have a listing of every good buy in houses tor sale In this city. We have had 11 years* experience. Dowsley Land Agency. 246-0 WANTED TO RENT i*n Rolylns MmcUon The HoraMi WANTED-^To rent, cottage or small house. Write particular^ to Box 138. City.____102-6 WANTED TO RENT-Quarter section of land near Cardston fenced with house and bam; also pasture tor 25 head of cattle. Write Loretto Deste-feno, HardievlUe, Alta. 297-6 NOTICE WHEREAS, A. P. Ouplisia Is indebted to the undersigned in the sum of Three Hundred and Fourteen Dollars and Twenty-Eight Cents, ($314.28) for work don& and material supplied in the repairing of a gasoline traction engine.iand three months have elapsed since the said sum ought to have been paid, and default has been made in payment thereof. , , NOTICE is hereby given that at "Ten A.M. on the eleventh Day of December, 1918, at the office of the Lethbrldge Iron Works Company, Limited, namely, 120 1st Avenue, South, Lethbrldge, the said gasoline traction engine will he sold by public auction. Dated at Lethbrldge, Alberta, this Twenty-Sixth Day of November, 1918. THE LETHBRlDGE IRON WORKS Ad P COMPANY. LTD. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING (?) ALMOST-One block (3 lots) in thriving town of Taber. Centrally located, assessed at $1,000.00. Taxes paid to Dec. 31, 1917. For $S0.OO. Owner going south. P. O. Box 905. 296-0 FOR SALE-Brand! new five-room bungalow, fully modern, including hot wat^r heating plant with gas installed, and most up-to-date bath room fixtures; fireplace, concrete basement, full equipment of storm sash and full length screens; 1 1-2 inch maple floors, three coats paint on outside and four coats enamel finish inside; built' in kitchen cabinet and- china closet; solid cast . brass hardware: lined throughout with Flaxlinum. � No trouble In showing it to you. Call at any time. D. Hage, 627 10th St. south. .  297-0 NOTICE The West Section 5, the S. W/. ^. Sec. 8, all ot, 5 and 6, and that portion of Section 18 lying south of the Belly River, Township 8, Range 21, West 4th, Is'ilot a public highway from.thjs date. Any person found tampering ^wlth or tearing' down the fence on any part of the above mentioned land will be prosecuted to the limit of the law. The Ives Ranch & Co., Ltd. Per A. E. Ives, 302-3 Sec-Treas. SICK AND " ' / " Js something you should not be without. See us at once. ^ ' Money to loan on Improved Farm Land. Ill 5^, ' MURCHISON BROS.. GEDDES & BRADEN 830 PITH STBB^gnr SOtrTH. fUgm 1608. 20SO SITUATIONS WANTED RETURNED SOLDIERS AND iDISr . * CHARGED MEN!  You can.make $100.00 to $300.00 per month in thet'Autbmohlle, Ga^rllractor business-driving i^arjtjor tractors-selling cars or.tractora-or working as mechanics or repair men. Six weeks' training in the Hemphill New Motor Schools will give you the necessary experience. FOR SALE-CAgricuIlnral) fWhen ReplylnB Mention Th� H�ra)a) FOR SALE-A five-passenger Chevrolet car, 1917 model. Cheap. C. B. McKinnon, 415 3rd Ave. south. Phone 1804. . 301-2P FOR SALE-1917 mode! Chevrolet car, good as new only run 3600 miles, has had best ot care. Sold for cash only. Apply Box 53 Herald Office. 296-S FOR SALE-�axon 6cyJ. 1917 model, first class shape. Newly painted, new tires,.spare casing behind. Bargain. Part cash, balance to suit buyer. Might trade. Apply Box 20, Herald. 302-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE-On* Ford touring car, 1917 model, good as new, Will trade on small house and lot, pay balance cash. Apply 357 16th St. north or phone; 1260. 302-6c Landforsale (When Rtplyinc Mantloa Th* Herald) FOR SALE-11 acres of fruit land between Flagstone and Gateway, B. C, near railway and Kootenay River. For quick sale will sell at a bargain. Apply Roaena Adam, Coalhurst, Alta. A 297-6 FOR SALE-Grazing lease, closed, 15,000 acres, close Jo station; No deeded'land. Sale tor next spring delivery. Also k few clioiee grass farms near Pindheip Cfeek. Prices on all thesel are moderate. J.'W. Wood and Son. Box SCS.^___ _ 298-6 F.0rTaLE-$37.56~pef"~acre bu^s 160 ^cre.5 .extra good .land, Hes. fiiial, lio B.jpne' "or sand, 'heavy 'chocolate ^soil. All been.broke" this spring ahd'tirsced four times. Fenced.' Wilson Siding district. Reasonable terms given. | Dowsley Laud Agency. ' 295-0 I MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. mm [email protected]^lAL CARDS DENTAL DR. M. J. QIBSON-DENTIST GRAD^ uate of Itbxal College ot Dental Sur-Keens Toronto and bolder ot  D�m-/ inlon BMntal CerttHoate. OKI?": "rooms Ql REPLIES : -_ ^ > Have been received for the > ? following bo^t numbers and are ? ? waiting to be called for: : > 14, 18. 28, 29. 39, 55, 60, 61, ? ? 79, 80, 90. ? ? ^ ? O 4 4 � >  4> * 4 � 4 4 B usiness Card I FLORISTS. FRACHE BROS. For Floral Detlgnt Rosea, Carnations, Chrysanthemums � and othor aeasonabl* flow-trs. Free delivery to any part cf the elty. 229-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Building. Phone 701. Office hours during July and August: 10 and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to r p.m._ 168-0 BICYCLES UPLAND HAY Good upland hay putjAip.under our personal oupervislon. Price on application. Special quotation c.n large quantities. Sample at our office. ' HARRIS & BOSSITER, \ 120 5th St. 8. Phone 1412 . ' 264-0 w a mmm ad CLEVELAND INDIAN BICY-clea for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. B. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 6th Street a., opposite Herald^Office. _62-0 WATER LOCATOR JVATBR LOCATEI>-1 CAN LOCATE ' water for you. Charged $20.00. T. L. Davles, 1218 5th Ats. A. South., Lethbridge. Phone 1B47. 97-0 UNDERTAKING T, 8. FBTTEHLY, LEADING F0NBR-al director and Ucsnsed embalmer, motor or horse drlren hearea. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone B61, residence phone 2176. Open day and night. MACKAY & !BBLL-Funeral directors and Practical Embalmers; ottlce and residence 808 3rd Ave. 8. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment. Always open. SHOE REPAIRING ifw lts SHOB RBPAIRINO-PHONE 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done ' prompUy. Ordsrs called for and ds- � llT�re1� a.m. ^ ? .....'.........8.6 p.m. Tu^as., Thurs., 8i^. i........,7-8 p.m. Suntlays' 2-3 'p.m.' and by appoint- �.:,iueni. ���>:,.� Office telephone 1263; Dr. Lynn Res, phone 599. DRS. DeVBBER, CAMPBELL. ROY, ()RAGG1 & BRYANS. Office Royal Bafak Building. Office hours 1:30-S P-m.: 7:30-8:30 p.m. Phone 606. DRS. CONtfOR, McNALLY & LEECH .-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office ;819; Itesljlence; ot Dr. Connor, 619; residence of Dr. Leech, 1007.' Offloe hours: 11 to la a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 tn 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-EAIt. JIYB, NOSE^ Throat: 115 Shenook Bldg, - Office hours 10-^12; 2-B; evenligs by appointment Phones: office S41; residence 598. Dh. P. W. TULLKB;-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 t.vcLi 1.30 to 3.S0 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Ofllce 780; residence 419 Sth St S.. Phone 1494. DR. J. B. LOVBRINQ, Physician and Surgeon, X-Ray equlptnent. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 296-0 Musie MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. B, Contralto. Teacher ot Singing: . 1265 Sixth Ave. A. S. 215-26 Miss AILBEN .M,^ JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent of pupils entered for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and RoyaU College ot Music, London, Eng., last year were successful Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W, H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black' board, Iceybourd, scale ladder, mod-Qlatlng board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. JOSEPH BANNER-Pupil of the Vlr-gll Piano School, London England, gives lessons in piano playing, singing "Italian Method", organ playing and theory. Special Piano Technique Course-This � meets the require-menis ot. those who have dropped their musio; those who have not-had the op'oriunity of laying a good foundation and those who wish to Increaso their technique and power ot interpretation. Young children and beginners ot all ages carefully taught. Address 1105 llth St south. Phone 1553. - EYES TESTED J.M HEHDERSON-SIGHTSPECIAUST Difficult Cases .1 Specialty Oftice .1! Wri(|li' s Jcv.ellcrv Stun-Hours 10 to 12 wii Z 10 5 r'.in. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTRBB Is resuming her classes ot ball room and classl. cal dancing at the,Y,M.C.A. Wednesday and Thursttay, Dec. 4th and 5th at 4.15 p.m. "Write 113 A. Sth Ave. W., Calgary, � 289-7-0 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS College 411 8th St. South,'Lethbrldigo Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Tyepwritlhg,. BookkeeplB& and all CommerolM Subjects. Office Phone 1815 Resldenee Phone of Principal 1BS1. Write.tor Full InformaUon. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOBPITALr-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7Ui Arenut South. Phone 746. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRiPPS, EXPERT TUNER-* Playor-Plano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory exporlenco. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ave. A. South. BAKERY KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAI^-, ery. for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-mads prlnplples. Klrkby' & Coi. 606 3r* Ave. B. Phone 1627. GUN|^ITH8 GUNSMITHS, & LOCKSMITHSr-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, . keys made,, locks repaired, bloycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawa tno'wers sharpened. D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1032. 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. VULCANIZiNO WE iJNDBRTAKE'TO REPAIR ANY-thlog in the rubber line. Any siss tire. Promptness and quality guaranteed. We aim to please, Oharges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old ft|re before you see us, it may b� worth fixing. Free air on the;curb. Lath-bridge Vulcanizing .Works. B. Ohao-lln, Prop.," 712 3rd Avenue south, aear Royal Bank. Phone 1664. U8-tf 41 ;