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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHB^mfem^^Al^ � THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26. 191g for This Page Most Be in Office by CIRCULATION YESTERDAY WAS 15,157 11.30 a.i�. to Appear the Same D�ay.-25c an insertion for 25 words or less-Six Times for thePric* of Four, MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE} FOR SALE-(Agricnitural) (TVli�n ncplylnir Mention The Iferald) FOR SALE-One good milk cow, coming fresh. Cheap for cash. Apply 239 15th St. north. S--6 LOST AND FOUND FOR SALES-Light team, harness and strong spring wason. Apply .1. H. Goodman. 714 IMh St. N. 13- FOR SALE-Three fresh milk uows, horse, buggy and harness. Apply Fete PIsko. 1409 1st Ave, north. _ 11^ FO~R SALE-Seed oats, WOQ busTSels of No. 1 see^. I will guarantee the germlnaUon. Charles M." Pelter, New Norway. Alta. 7-12 FOR SALE-1000 tons good .,oat green feed, J16.00 per ton F. O. B. Vegrevllle. E. L. Paulln, P.,q. Box 34, VegreViUe. Alta. I" 12-'~ FOR SALE-One set of sheep wagon bows, one wood toriilng lathe, complete, 22 inch; one blacksmith bellows, a number of wood split pulleys. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North, city. P. A. Harding, .r . .. .12-6 n� Hnaa U9 im th9 dtitrlei Mtweeo Retlaw ftnd M�dlcl�� Rat. and north and adikcent talk* Old M�n and Boatk Saak-atcJiewaa riven. ThM* landa ar* to b* pla� d on the market at a raasoo-�hi* Tkluatloa. The Companr ! looking for icna Ada aSttlan. TTa woaM b� plaaaad to taaTe yon tnapaet onr lands. ProipecUTe pnrchaaar* '-honid makevall tnqnirlaa dlree: through the companr'a ottica at ; Uedlcina Hat "Wa have no ontalda asandat and par no commiaalona. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, , V LTD. Bex �77 Phone 242* ^EDICINE HAT. ALBERTA $10./5 fLK ACAh F.OR.A SHORT TIME ONLY �60 ACRES-in T�.;6,^Hge. 14, West 4th, 800 of which are good arable land,-'balance excellent grating. BEE XJS at once If interested. Thia Is a REAL SNAP. WILSON AND SKEITH Real Estate. Insurance; Loans^ Phone 1343. >8herlock Block. ; - 2-0- HAY! HAY! HAY! NO. 1 TIMOTHY, ?32.00. Extra choice green upland hay, $22. Good green wild hay, $20. F. 0. B. cars. Red Beer, Alberta. Write S. I. Smith, Box 610, Red Deer, Alta._6-12 FOR SALE-1 John Deere horse power hay baler, new 1917 model. Cheap. In good condition. Also 1 I. H. C. power baler, G horse power, ready to run. P. O. Box 3, Cardston, Alta. 11-8 CORN FOR SALE DAILY QUOTATIONS received and lowest prices quoted on car load lots only. Samples can be seen in our o�-i5ce. 1918 crop. Apply McClenaghan and Taylor, 403 5th St. S. Phone 1295. S-6 for SALE ?  2 good delivery horses, 5 sets of single harness, 1 flat dray, 2 enclosed wagons. The ;above for sale cheap for cash. Apply John.Gilmore. 8-0 ? ? �  � � � � � UPLAND HAY Goad upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on application.. Special quotation ci targe quantities. Sample at our office. HARRIS �. R08SITER, 120 6th St. S. Phone 1412 264-0 TO RENT tVlirai' Replylin Mention The HenUa TO RENT-Comfortably furnished room. Apply 301 6th Ave, A. south. . � . � 10-G FOR SALE . 820 ACRES-Irrigated land; near elevators., AU ready for crop, next spring. 162.50 acre. Terms reason-Able. ,320 ACRES-Near elevator. $14.00 acre. $1.00 acre cash. Balance crop -payment f. B. ROSS 4 CO. Room 8, Alberta Block. Phone 503. \ � . � 8-4 AUTOMOBiLESr FOR SALE When Eeplylna Mention Tke Herald. FOR SALE-^Plve passenger Ford car. TO RBNT-Store to rent comer 4th Ave. and 11th SL South. Apply Ter-rill Floral Go. 235-0 TO RBNT-Furnished housekeeping room with-gas stove and use of phone. Apply.424 9th Street south. 10-6c TO RENT-A nice furnished warm bedroom, adjoining bath, use of phone. Apply 519 6th St. south. s-^g TO RBNT-Storage apace tor all ktada ot. f ooda. Rates reaaoDabla. Saunders Hay and Orain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue Bonth. Phone 732. _ TO REINT-Five or four-room corner suite of offices in the Sherlock building; available January 12. Apply at the building. ' 13-3 in good condition. Price right. Phone 18S8; -- , 303-0 MR.- are jou. satuiled with your present llvln�:qnarters7 If not. go up to the "T"i today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting, you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. aad;10th St. S. Phone B47. F,OE- SALE-rChevrolet: car, run, only 3700 miles, good as new, spare tire and ill extras. - Sold for cash. .Apply Box 46 Herald; 8-0 FOR SALE-Dodge car, $695.00; Ford, $325.00; Gtey Dort, $600.00. All in [perfect condition. Palace Garage, 203 3nd Ave..S. TO RENT-Suite,of ,two offices, facing ^thbridge Hotels $18.00 peV month including light, heat and hot and cold water. Ready for occupation Dec. 1st. Suitable for doctor, dentist, etc. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 296-0 WANTBO TO RENT NOTICE TO CLADIANTS AND (WANTED-Private gentleman wants In. Apply Box 55 Herald. 306-^ WANTED TO RBNT-Two rooms in private house for light housekeeping. iPhone Room 11, Lethbridge Hotel. � ,.' _ 13-2 WANTED TO RBNT-Furnished cottage for six weefks following Chrlst-jmaa. No children. Also a housekeeper wanted for same period. Apply Box J.6 Herald. 8-6 WANTED TO RENT-Cottage, either Worth" or south side, by couple without children. Best of care exercised. Write particulars to Box 64, Herald. ' 6-6 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM-For CoUegfc etudentfl. We occasionally have girls ' In attendance who are willing to work, outside of school hours, in return I6r board and room. Please reply by letter giving ' full particulars. Garbutt Business College. 11-6 �!�???��?> ? ? �  ?  Have en received for the > ^ following box numbers and are C�  .vwaitjng to be,called for: ? �>' S i- ; > � � CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of John Kulpas, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons, having claims against the Estate of John Kulpas, late of Barons, in this Judicial District, who died on or about the fourth day of March, 1911, the administration of whose estate was granted on the 13th day of December, 1917, by ihls Court to The British (jaria^iaii 'Trust Company, are required to file with the undersigned solicitors for the Administrator, a statement duly' verified of all claims and of any security held by them on or before the 11th day of February, 1919, after which date the said Administrator will be at liberty to distribute the a'sseta of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the clnlms of which notice ha^s been so filed or' which have been brought to He knowledge. Dated this 16th day ot December, A. D. 1918. ConyBeare) Church, McArthur and Davidson ^ Solicitors for the AdmlnistratoK Ad J WANT AD Mtteen sections, five year lease, clos^ .to Edmonton. 400 tons hay in stack. Plenty of waterl $.1,000.00 for i; lease; $12.50 per ton for hay. .-^^ MURCHISON BROS.. GEDDES & PHONE 1608 330 FIF^TH STREET SOUTH LOST-On Dec. 4th, 1 racing horse and 1 bay horse, bptfi branded both had halters on. 1 bay mare, white face, branded on left hip; also 1 black mare, white spot on forehead, weight _ 1300 lbs. $5.00 reward for Information leading to recovery. George McHaydyn, P. O. Box 2, Tab(ir, Alta.' 7=-12 LOST-Will the party who picked up a buffalo robe in frbnt of the Bijou Garage, please return ^aniQ to police headquarters. ._S-6 95.00 REWARD-Will bo paid tor the recovery ot any cattle branded f'^'^ on left shoulder. Btfod > C. k^"^ FuHer. Barnwell, Alta" 10 6_Sh3|.i LO.ST-a brown Icathbi- pui-se iu the Post Office yesterda.v, containing, $6 cash, order for ?3 to Chrfstie^n Science "Pub. Society, Boston and other papers. Finder please return, to ,1256 6th Ave. a. south and rec^jvft ripward. 9-6 SITUATONS VACANT; \ (When Rn^l^yt Mention Hbth^*' AVANTfery-Oti^. Apply 1244 4th Ave! south. aw., . 7-'0 WANTEDS^B^ to help with housework. Ap�l:^!Sb,. qtii Aye. south. 1-0 WANTED-BaleaWoman at once. �Experienced: for Di^ Goods. Apply Thq Sifcpson GOl.rtta.^ ' 306-0 WANTBD-f-airl -,jif65 general housework. . Qas Jn furnace �nd range. Ap-ply '410 Jl2th. St. ^., toutlil:' J^^^ ' WANTi^:^Da5l^cf^1)San^'s[irrTor Fairflcld, fi:^(^rimentSf%arm,i' l>.l>one, TBACHERS  REQUigHD-For 'new year, also ^sS*^l|iBwitli children school age. Aipply earty, .B. C,, Teaojiqrs' LOST-In the city, on Sunday evenhig, Dec. 22nd, one imitation Buffalo robe, dark brown, nearly npw; also 1 pair sheepskin gauntlets. Suitable reward >vi!I be g'iven "oh returh to Herald^fHce.__,______12-6 LOST-One brown mare coming 3 year's old, branded on right shoulder. Last seen north ot Chin town. $20.00 reward for j?^^; information leading to whereabouts. W. H. Connor. Wrentham, Alta. 5-12 Agency, "3rd" ^.ye., "Vancottver. IS^Ily I wSM^ED-^liKia^lor "dining voSn j W I so one for diet kitchen and ward duty. Two hours off dally and one afternoon after 2 p.m. each week. Apply,Gait Hospital. . " 8--J5 POUND-At the Hudson's Bay Store, Dec. ISth. A pu^e containing a sum of money. Owner may recover same by proving property %nd paying for this adv. Apply Mgrs. Office, Hudson's Bay Store. ft-0 REWARD-For information loading to recovery of light red,.limed backed mulley cow, probably ytth.young calf; 1 red steer calf bbth brainded on left ribs. Wilford Brand-ley, Stirling, Alta. 8-6 LOST-^Bay mare^ weight 1400^ white stripe on face, branded on >right hip and W H, On -Hj?^ right shoulder, wire cut on l^-^^l right knee and shoulder. Suitable reward for information leading to recovery. George Rutherford, Warner, Alia. 12-12 liOST-One span of mares, one grey and one bay, 1400. pounds;-one black mare, white on fape and feet. llflO pounds: one black mare, three years old; one grey horse, 1000 pounds. All branded on _ left thigh. Last seen near Coai $5.00 reward ifor information leading to *ieh^ r^l�^'^^*W?*lif.'-^^ ' 13-1 WANTED TO' BUY-25, to 50 lldad twrf*^e^r old steers in fair condition,; bis^ breeds only. Write, full .detail* �n&Spriiii6 asked. Geo> B, Jhonipsoii, 2402 Sha'ifev^ve., Spokalue,-Wash. chevro;lets J.PALACE GARAGE |p,hjone 1837. Auto Exchange. _____ ;2g4-7(i W^^l^-Two teams of youiig brood mares, heavy dratt, in foal to imported horse. Must be well broken and igentle, for cash. Apply'to Wm. Ollvoi', 606 5th Ave. S., Lethbridge. 9-6 WANTED-Farm containing 640 acres or more, all equipped, must have good, buildings and be well located With good prospects ' for 1919 crop. Write fuir particulars to J, l. Woot-ten, 34 Melbourne St., Sherbrook, Que.. � 11-8 * ? ? ????? ? ? ? > > > ??*?>? ? > ? WANTED - Srtessenger boy. ? ? Steady position. C. P. R. ? : Telegraph OfBce. 9-0 ? � �  > lylnir Mention The nomldi FOR SALE-A very pretty Bell Or-gan. Cabinet design, walnut, case, full tone, $50.00. Easy terms. ' Mason & Risch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 13-1 FOR SALE-For thirty doUars, a three and a half month's course at Garbutt Day School. Apply Mrs,. J.C. Chrls-tensen, Maybutt, Alta. '11-6 FOR SALE-Canaries, good roller strain. Singers, $6.00 up;, unrelated pairs $10.00; hens, $2.50; satisfaction guaranteed. Delivery free. Mrs.- Goel-inieht, Bankhead, Alta.. : 8-6 FOR SALE-Garage, -new, equipped �with Bowser oil and gasoline tanks; also tools; with or without  electric lighting plant. Apply Box 36, Orion, Alta. 13-Ih FOR SALE-1 V/ilton rug, nearly new; 1 Axminster rug; cabinet sewing machine; brass bed with box mattress; chairs and carpet Bweper. Apply Ben James, 1211 5th Ave. South. 12-0 FOR SALE WANTED - SALESLADY FOR READY WEAR "DEPT. MUST BE THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED, ALERT AND PROGRESSIVE AND GOOD SALESWOMAN. STATE EXPERIENCE, SALAPY EXPECTEP AND GIVE REFERENCES. APPLY IMPERIAL DRY GOODS CO., LTD., CALGARY. . � 12--6 AGENTS, men orj.women, can make $15 a day takingorders for complete, authentic History ,of the World War. One made $24 first day. Canadian edition for Canadian homes. Enormous? demand. LJberal commission. Outfit free. Winston Co., Toronto., HISTORY OP THE: WORLD WAR, by Professor March. "Canada's Part in the War," by. celebrated Canadian, Colonel Nasmlth. Malmmoth book; three hundred Illustrations; great money-maker; sample book free. Bradley-Garretson, Brantlord, Ont. Ad G REPRESENT.4.TIVE WANTED to report on building and engineering work in Lethbridge. This Is a good side, i'^^"'on. ? WANTED To Purchase Stock Cattle Of Beef Breeds Any Quantity. Box 627,. Lethbridge, 10-6 ? o^ ? ? .> .> SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES to British Columbia enable you to visit British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, the great International Pacific Northwest and to spend your winter there at very small cost., On this 20th day ot December we have no lower temperature than on.fliany a day in summer; no more brKintllul section or finer.^ climate in .the world; come, enjoy yourself, improve your health, golf and motor and^ meet your friends. For any informat'ipti write Herbert Cuthbert, Executive S'ecret-ary, Pacific Northwest Tourist Assoo-atlon, 42nd Story .L. C. Smith Building, Seattle, Washington. Ad O MALE HEI^P > 500 MEN WANTED a TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING At'Hemphill's Government Licensed chalnot Motor Schools. We teach by actual practicB'^to operate'and repair A-utomobliea, Tractors and Stationary ^Kiigiiias. Oiir Free-Employment Office will.help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic, truck driver or tractor engineer, at $5.00 to $10.00 per day. Wonderful demand for Gas-Mechanics and Engineers. Day and evening classes juow on. Enter any time,....We also teach oxy-acetylene welding and steam vulcanizing. Call around and see our new school and wo.nderful. collection of cars, tractors and gas engines for the students to line for anyone -with faollitles for getting news. Commission paid for each report. We supply forms and postage. Apply, stating qualifications, to Mac.i�an Daily Reports, Ltd., 345 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, Ont. Ad M FARMERS AND FARMERS' SONS] DON'T REMAIN IDLE THIS WINTER! ' Learn Gas Tfactor and Automobile Engineering In your spare time at HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOLS of Lethbridge, 308 2nd'Ave. south; Re-giha, saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, 'Vancouver, B.C., or Portland, Ore. i 278-0 SITUATIONS WANTED (When Replylnr Mention The HeraW* AVANTED-Position by experienced lady stenographer. References. Apply Box 75 Herald._; 1-0 WANT15D-Position as stationery en-gineer with 3rd class certificate. Apply 1921 4th Ave. north. 12-6 Wanted-Young lady desires position. Has had experience in bookkeeping and stenography. References. Apply Box 19, Herald. 9-4 wanted-By high school graduate with over three years business experience, position In road office or warehouse. Best references. Apply Box 48 Herald. 297-Ox PROPERTY EgR|^, Wh'en" Replylrjt Mention The �lera1fl), TWO BOWLING ALLEYS, one snooker table, four pool tables, balls, cues, racks and equipment; one sate, one wall case, one silent salesman, one bar. Apply to J. K. Warnock, Barons, Alberta. 6-14 . HOUSES FOR SALB~-We beUeve; I that we have a listing of every goo* ' buy in houses for sale In this city. We Jiave had 11 years' experience. Dowsi ley La;id Agency. 246-0 FOR SALE WHAT YOU NEED City Second Hand Store New and Second Hand \. FURNITURE a specialty. We buy, sell, exchange, lend money on goods, and rent typewriters. 400 5th Street south. Phone 1428 or t68. . 301-0 (Wlien Iteplylng Meiittoo' 'fhi- jHyralfli f5r EXCHANGB-^$10.5iper month income Portland' �oitjrs.ffroperty, will- exchange tor Alberta; ,f'a:rm. -Wxite Claude iCoJe, .323 genty Bldg.,' Portland, Oregon, ;� f � � 2-12 hone''S74. DR. T. ,W. POX'i-tJBH'riST. ORAt)U-alo North Western Dental University,, .Chicago.,. Office phono,785; residence phone 75iJ. Ofllces: 'Onion Bank Building. 158-0 DR. W. D. CAMPBELL, DEN'TIST; graduate of Chicago College of D6n-tal Surgerj'; Rooms 0 and 7, Shep- jpard Block, Phone 1506. 260-0 CHIROPRACTORS aailTH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjuctments and get well, Office in residence, 903 7th Ave, S., opposite Mot^*! Bakery, hours 9.3a to 6, 7 to 9. Phono 1677., . HERBALIST TO THE SICK - Before giving up hope try Rae's Herbal Compounds prepared from the best known herbs, rooln and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide., or call personally. John Rao. Herbalist, 707 13th Street N., next to United Church. lSS-0 HAIR DRESSING LADIES^ COMFORT ROOMS NO. 1 HULL BLOCK. BUSINESS ^AS USUAL Special Electrical Treatment for falling hair. Scalp Treatments. / Facial Massage. / Ladies' Own Combings Made Up. � For Appdintm'entsf hone 1710. .;.v:...b-b p-m. , Tueii*;; lauTs^ 8at: . v^^^^^^^ p.m. SUiirtay^i, 2i3 pjrt?l>ai^^ by appoint ment, �'i-w,:.- Office tfilephone 1^^; Dr. Ljrnn ResING WELDING - W. OXY-ACETYLENB . N, Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and IDtb Street RECEPTION TO U. S. NAVY . I;}bw YORK, Dec. 2C.-^Led by tjie super-droadnougbt Ai;lzona, 10 battle-' ships, In command of Admiral Majfo, the vanguard of the United Sta.te* ,fleet In European waters, stejimed; up New York harbor today In review ;be-foris Secretary ot the Nayy .Daniel^ and �were greeted with a tumultubu^ ^ reception by harbor craft and ^uu-. dreda al tliousunds of persons. wlio lined the shores. ;