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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta im LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1918 f jrpE HERALD'S CIRCULATION; YESTERDAY WAS 6,18 7 leiaMifie^ Advertisements for This Page Mutt Be in OfEce by 11.30 a.m. to Appear the Same Day.-25c an insertion for 25 words or less-Six Times for the Price of Four. MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE. '   � -�-r-^Trrr=T:r::==T==:r-- - - - . . , - ,-----_ tANADALAND&IRRI. CATION COMPANY. LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and �tween ReUaw and Madtcta* Rat, and DOTtb and ad)�e�nt to lbaho picked up change purse contaJnlftef 10:50 on White Line mr last Saturday kindly return to Herald 0(flce^_^_ 15-i P'oFREW A K D-\Viir be paiOor The recovery of any cuttlo branded " ' �� on left sIiouKier. Fred C. "J Fuller, Barnwell, Alta. 10-6 ftjlj FOUND-At Henderson Lake, on Christmas day. gold locket. ..Owner may have same by calling at -Herald Offlce. � � � 15-0 MTUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Girl for general housework. Gas in furnace and range. Ap-ply 410 12th St, 4. south. 201-0 LOST-One bay mare branded on loft tliigh. Mare with hog back, weight about 1100 lbs. $10.00 reward for return to Yards. Lethbridge. Stock.l 15-a OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT- Sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also bridgework. Post them to 3. Dunstone. Post-office Box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash prices sent by return mail. ' 306-26 WANTED-Farm . containing , 640 acres or more, all equipped, must have good buildings and be well located with good prospects for 1919 crop.' Write full particulars to J. L. Woot-ten. 34 Melbourne St., Sherbrook, Que. ___11-S WA"NTED^Bbard"- hnd' room for College students. We occasionally have girls in attendance who are willing to LOST-in the city, on Sunday evenings Dec. 22nd. one imitation, 'Buffalo robft. dark brown, nearly new; algo 1 pair sheepskin gauntlets. Suitable reward ^vi!l be given on return to Herald Ortice. _ 12-6 LOST-One T7o wiT'mare cbminB~3 year's old, branded on right |MB| shoulder. Last seen north of fTOI'Fj Chin town. $20.00 reward for i^'*-^^ ififormation leading to whereabouts' W. H. Connor, Wrentham, Alta. 5-12 LOST-Day mare, weight i40bj,:.\vhite stripe on face, branded* Kf-^vj* on right hip and W H on ^T^j^ right shoulder, wire cut on l^-^^ right knee and shoulder. Suitable reward for information leading to r.->cbv-ery. George Rutherford, Warner, Al:a. _ ' 12-12 5ukoo RE^'A^VRD^ Per headrtorfeturn of four head, strayed from herd on range east of Stirling. Heifers, two and three years old. and 1 Holsteln WANTED-Capable woman or girl fot genernl housework. Apply Mrs. W. 1^, Palrfleld, Experimental Farm. Phdtrti 385. -__ ^ 7-0 WXNTED-GTfrior" housework four; in family, gus, no washing, .highest w�g08. Apply 609 12th. St, south,^ or, ph6h6 706,-v';V. i ~RBQUlRKl>r^oF witli bhiIdrBni_s6hlVln� MoctloB hi Iter*.'.,'; FOR SAI Steady position. C. P. R. ? ; Telegraph Office. 9-0 > *  ? : : ? : : , $10./5 rciiitvi > 9 ? ? WANTED To Purchase ? Stock Cattle > Of Beef Breeds Any Quantity. ? Bor- G27, Leth'jridge. 10-6 ?  5 ? I STRAYED-From my farm, one iron grey gelding, white face, branded on left hip. 1 bright bay Se^A-rgfr^m ing, branded on left WuT' hip. Each -n-eight wSi _ 1200 lbs. Finder please notify J. Schlll, New Dayton, Alta., and receive reward. 15-6 0 : � : 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 20lfa day of December we have no lower temperature than on many a day in summer; no more beautiful section or finer climate in the world; come, enjoy yourself, improve- your health, golf and motor and meet your friends. For any information w^rite Herbert Culhbert, Executive Secretary, Pacific Northwest Tourist Assoc-.itiou, 42nd Story L. C. Smith Building, Seattle. Washington. Ad O LOST-On Dec. 4th, 1 racing horse and 1 bay horse, both 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, Tabf'r. Alta. 7-12 LOST-One span of mares, one grey and one bay. 1400 pounds: one black mare, white on face and feet, 1100 pounds; one black mare, three years old: one grey horse, 1000 pounds. All branded on _ left thigh. Lant seen near Coal $5.00 reward ior information leading to their recovery. W. S. Johnson, Barnwell. Alta. '13-^5 Splendid opportunity for the right man. Address Bos 2, Herald Office. 14-0 AGENTS, men or women, can make 515 a day taking orders for complete, authentic History of the World "War. One made $24 jrst day. Caqadian edition for Canadian homes. Enormous demand. Liberal commission. Outfit free. Winston Co., Toronto. Ad II wanted - saleslady for ready wear dept. must be thoroughly e^x p e r i e nceo, alert and progressive and good saleswoman: state ex-' perience, salary expected and give references. apply imperial dry goods co., ltd., calgary. - - 12-^6 ;t. 1100 WANTED TO RENT )lVANTBD-r-R-ivate-�entieman -wants furnished room; steam heated; close tir|---Apply Box 55 Herald. ' -anfi-o 306-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE 3ne^ bay horse., braiided l v b right thigh, also i (two br4n4B) on left "thigh: ' One horse.. branded on ' left thigh, also _ on right thigh. One horse branded, appears toi^be on left, thigh. Sne two year old dark bay, "white >crck8 on hind feet, and right front fo^t white, also white on face.  ^Iso nine head, all branded appears to be either . on left shoulder. MALE HELP 500 MEN WANTED TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING At Hemphill's Government Licensed chain of Motor Schools. We teach by actual practice to operate and repair Automobiles, Tractors and Stationary Engines. Our 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-Meclianica and Engineers. Day and evening classes now on. Enter any time. We also teach oxy-acetylene welding and steam vulcanizing. Call around and see our new school and wonderful collection of cars, tractors and gas engines for the students to learn on. Write or call for Free Catalogue. Attend the nearest Branch to you. HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOLS . ; Palace Garage, '  LethbHdge, Alberta. Branches at: Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Rerina, Winnipeg, "Vancouver and Portland, Ore. Become Independent, learn Vulcanizing (repairing tires and tubes). Let us, tell you all about it. We take Vic-i tory Bonds the sarhe as cash. , HEMPHILL'S IvIOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Avenue south. 300-0 ALL THE HEMPHILL TRADE SCHOOLS WILL REMAIN OPEN DUBING CHRISTMAS WEEK. WILL CLOSE ONLY ON CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S DAY. 3C4-1 RETURNED SOLDIERS AND DISCHARGED MEN! LOST-On Uie 23rd of December, between No. 6 and Lethbridge, three i checks, on the Canadian Bank of Commerce, $204.00, $168;00 and' $156.00; also two notes for $1,000.00 and $82.75, and registration card, enclosed in folding black leather pocketbook. Finder will be rewarded for return to Mike Hulko, Ceciel Cafe,' Lethbridge. 13-6 LOST-One black mare, Avelght about 1500 lbs. and one bay mare, weight about 1400 lbs., both branded m on right shoulder, and e on right thigh. Also one bay gelding, white sripe on face, weight about 1400 lbs., branded m on right shoulder. Finder please notify Buck Ranch at Raymond, Alta. 11-6 Impounded on Nov. 25th on Sec. 20-t-13, Maslnasin, Alta. � TO8BPH POSS, Pound -Keeper. 1.5-1 ? * � ? : : ;: :� -> > fr-.-h SrnjATIOJrs WANTED nnpV/liiE .M�nt'.tm The tT�r-i'rt. WANTED-Position by. experfericed lady stenographer.! References. Apply. Box 75 Herald; 1-0 WANTED-Position as stationer' engineer with 3rd class certificate. Apply 1921 4th Ave. north. 12-0 $35.00 REWARD lost-1 black, 4-year-old mare, star in forehead; 1 brown, 4-year-old mai'e, star in forehead, some white on feet; 1 light sorrel, 3-year-old mare. light mane and tail; 1 bay, 3-year-old gelding; 1 dark gray, almost black, 3-year-old gelding. All the above branded qhh on right shoulder and BgW on left thigh. I red and white 2 1-2 year _ old heifer, should have .calf at footT brand on left rib. $5.00 per head will be pa.id for infor- _ matlon and recovery of above animals. s. C. Reynolds, Enchant, Alberta. ,. 14-6 HISTORY OF THE,WORLD WAR, by, Professor March. , "Canada's Part In the War," by celebrated Canadian, Colonel Nasmith. . Mammoth book; three hundred illustrations; great money-maker; sample book free. Bradley-Garretson,, Brantford, Ont. , Ad G WANTED-T.eacheir,j.'either male or female, with either first or second class Alberta certificate. Duties to commence early in January, 1919. Apply in writing, stating age, sex, salary expected, etc., to the Secretary of Pearce S. D. No. 1586, Pearce P. o., near Macleod, Alta. 3,01-Ih HARDWARE STOCK FOR SALE WE OFFER for immediate sale, the hardware stock at Etzikom, Alta., amounting to approximately $6,800; fixtures $600.00; building for sale or can be rented if preferred. Apply Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Ltd., Calgary. 14-6 FOR SALE TWO BOWLING ALLEYS, one snooker table, four pool tables, balls, cues, racks and equipment; one safe, one wall case, one silent salesman, one bar. Apply to J. K. AVarnock, Barons, Alberta. 6-14 DENTAl. MfeDICAL DR.,M. .T. GIBSON-DIDNTIST GRAIJ-uate of Boyal College of Dental Sur-Kconp: Toronto and holder ot a Dominion JDental Certificate. Office: rooms 6-0 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T.,ALLBN-DENTIST. (SUC-(?,or^o;'Pr8. Courtico &. Gllchrlat). -'ft��*;i)l!iUniversity ofMaryJand.i . �oo�ii 84 irfafldonkld Block, fbone Lethbridge, AJbe*tiii * Br.. lag quartera? If not, go up to the "Y" today and .see for yourself port on building and engineering work / the benefits .and privileges awaiting In Lethbridge. This is a good side line for anyone with facilities for getting news. Commission paid tor each report. We supply forms and postage. Apply, stating qualifications, to -MacLean Daily Reports, Ltd., 345 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, Ont. v -Ad m you there; The rates are low. "or. 4th. Avo. and 10th St., 8. Phone 547. FARMERS AND FARMERS' SONS! DON'T REMAIN. IDLE THIS WINTER! Learn Gas Tractor and Automobile Engineering in your spare time at HEMPHILL'S MOTOJFl SCHOOLS- of Lethbridge, 308 2nd.Ave. south; Re-gina, Saskatoon, Ed.monton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Vancouver, B.C., or Portland, Ore. 278-0 TO RENT-Suite of two offices, facing lethbridge Hotel, $18.00 per mont.'i Including light, Tieat and hot acd cold { water. Ready for occupation Dec. 1st, Suitable for doctor, dentist, etc. Apply .1. D. Higinbotham. 296 0 oifi nei FOR SALE-(Agricultural) 'When Renlylni: Mention TJib Heraldt PROPERTY FOR SALE 'U-hP-n R^plylpjr M'nUon Thn Hcr.iMi m a mm want ad t will bring results js. R. Burgess, 423 llth St. south. . . ; � FOR SALE-Brand new five-room bungalow, fully modern. Including hot water heating plant with gas Installed, and most up-to-date bath room fixtures; fireplacn, concrete basement, full -equipment ot storm sash and full length screens; 1 1-2 inch maple floors, three coats paint on outside and four eoats linamel fin:.;h in.'side; built in kitchen eablnel and china closet; solid cast bra.?s h.7:tlivaro; lined i throughout with Flaxlinum. No trouble ia showing it to you. Call nt any time. D, Ilage, 627 10th St. south. 297-0 FOR sa.le-Good team of draft or farm horses tor sale.' Phone 1643 or-call at 1252 8th Ave. S., City. 15-6 FOR~MlE-Seed^ personal, siipervlslon. Price on application. Special quotation c 1 large quantities. Sample at our pff flee. HARRIS & ,B08SITER, 120 5th St. S. - .( Phone 1412 264-0 |Vaclor Repairs ,^'fre speelallite !n reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings, We.'have.in stock at present oTerslse pistons for all popular niilkes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 218 lat Ave. S, BROS. Phone 1732 WATER LOCATOR WATEJ; LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATB watnr for you. Charrreu $2O'.0O. T. L. Davlos, 1218 Bth Av3, A. South,, Lethbridge. Phone 1.^47. 87-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FBTTEULY, LEADINOlPUNBR-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven heares. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone 661, reuldence phono 1176. Open day and night. MACKAY & BBlfiC^Funeral clreo-tors and Practical Bmbalmers; office and residence 803 ara Avo. S. Phone 1802. Motor and horse drawn equipment. Always open. rHB VALET - SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process etlrainates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention is given to country orders, S24 etb Strefet South. Phone 1812. LOO "SAM-CLEAmN^^^ Repairing and alterations well dona at reasonable prlcob Wo call for aai delived goods. 410 Sth Street Soutft, Phone 584 . i61-80 welding OXY-ACBTYLBNIS WELDING - yV. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and lOtk Street. PRIVATE HOSPITALS ** PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenus South. Phone 746. BAKERY KIHKBY & CO., HIGH':CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. KIrkby & Co.. 606 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627. 4 15 ;