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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 6& mi THE r.ETHJJKIDGEDAILY HEBALP Saturday, February 1, 1013. Th ese Cannot Pay The Advertiser Until They Pay You 85 Words. 25 cants *n insertion; 6 Insertions for the price of 4 Musirbe Paid in Advance c situation* vacant 1 WAIS^BDr-Men and women to learn barber trade; tools given each stud-e'ntf'latgO'demand for graduates. Now is splendid time to ..learn. Catalogue free.'.Moler College, Calgary, Albarta. .J,_ ^ , - /_ 262-0 'WA'&it&D-Experienced dress maker to take charge of " alteration work. Qoodr; salary, and permanent position. Apply fepjersonally* to Clarke & Co. � 'f " / 1 -41-6 WANTED-Girl for general " taouse-work. 'Apply to Mrs. Quinn,1261-6th Avenue  South, * 42-6 WANTBP^-A boy about 16 years to aBSlat In men's furnishings. Apply to Goodman,. 3rd Ave, - S.'  43-6 "WANTED-Good girl-'- for general housework. Apply 1010 2nd Avenue, South- � ' - 44-!?.  WAN^D,~*First-elsSJ stenographer. MuftV be quick and accurate.- Apply with references bo Mitford. &- Co., .Opposite Herald Office." ' , � 44-0 WANTED - A woman to do plain washing ironing and mending at.5iome Apply Monday, 422-7th. Ave:, Phone 1759. 1 ',44-1 land for .sals 3 FOR SALE-One 5 acre tract, 2 miles from'city limits, close to school; well cultivated, root house holds 50'ton. For particulars write Box 674 City P;' O. or call at 427-12th St. North. 39-26 FOR SALE-A few five and ten acre Irrigated, garden tracts, close to the city, that we will sell at $100.00 per acre on long terms; or will exchange for farm lands, city property or agreements for sale. R. V. Gibbons & Co. 41-12 FOR SALE-Five and ten acre tracts, only three miles from Lethbrldge. Choice irrigated land, % mile to school and church. Price $150 per acre; 1-4 cash, balance long terms. The Alberta Securities Ltd., Balmoral block. Phone 1245, Lethbrldge. _._42-6 HOMESTEADS-Government wins decision in great land suit againBt S. P. R. R, sweeping victory for government, .final decision will effect 14,250,-quarjer sections, value 575,000,000; prepare ytfurself for final outcome; send 25c today for detailed information) maps, description of lands, etc. Douglas County Abstract Co., Rose-burg, Oregon. XJUCXX .THE INDIAN" RIVER DISTRICT of Florida, the greatest fruit and fine vegetable locality. In the world, is fast filling up. Most phenomenal movement in history of the country. $500 and over net profit an acre easily, made from oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes and a score of other fruits; tomatoes $400, peppers �600, strawberries $800, egg plant $500. ' Creator variety and all round finer, quality of products grown here than elsewhere in America. During winter other lands grow nothing while prices incredible to those operating in the . north are had for produce from these , lands. ^ Profits further augmented by . an^all the year around growing sea-'.' aaiij' instead of being cut iu two by \valting oh the growing season to reappear. Greatest markets of the continent at the front door. Beat rail and' water transportation. No freezing weather in winter,  uo Intense heat in summer as further north. 'Thpse-conditions spell not only more conifortablo existence but that fortunes can be easily made from, Individ , ttia^effprt. Write today for booklet. �a^y "terms. .Indian River Farms Co v S1ty McCormlck Building, Chicago Illinois. 44-1 to bent TO RENT-Furnished. room,  1223 Sixth Ave. South. , 25-Ox TO RENT-A nicely furnished room in a strictly modem faoase, well heated and ventilated. Apply 622-10th St. South. 27-Ox TO LET-Five roomed cottage, water and electric light, corner 2nd avenue and 16th St. north. Apply Mitford & Co., Phone 1233. 34-0 TO RENT-Furnished room for lig-'.st housekeeping; also two furnished bedrooms witn board.. All home cooking. Near car line. 40S-12fh St. A. 3. 39-6 TO RENT-Victoria Mansions, suites of rooms containing hedroom, bathroom, parlor, for 2 or four; from $28 up. One housekeeping "flat to rent on the 5th, containing two bedrooms, large dining room, kitchen, bathroom .....invenieiict Plenty of heat lots of hot water, 41-6 TO RENT - Comfortable furnished rooms in fully modern house. Also dressmaking. All work guaranteed. Apply 522-6 th St S., or phone 1729. ' . 42-6 TC RBNT^-Furnished rooms, with or without board. Modern conveniences. Apply 205 5th Ave. South. 43-6 TO RENT-Comfortable room with board in private family, thoroughly modern house, fairly central. Good home to right party. Apply Box No. 2. Herald. - � , 44-0 f MtSCEt-LANEOUS WANTS j WANTED-Holders of lots in Medicine Hat wishing\to sell will find it to their advantage to communicate with Box 37, Herald, giving description and price. 33-12 WANTED-5. or 6 room, fully modern bungalow, on lot and half; must have fireplace; give best price and terms to Box 43, Herald. 41-6 Miscellaneous for sale J tfOR SALE-One 4-cylinder Buick Roadster. For price and terms. Apply j Box 218. Lethbrldge. 285^-0 FOR SALE - Thoroughbred' White Wyanffottes, cockerels, l. Kane Box h. JHerald. , 17-Ox FOR SALF-Potatoes in ton lots or over, flo; No. 1 Timothy, reduced to $15.00; No. h Alfalfa $18.30; No. 2. Alfalfa reduced to $11; No.' r Alfalfa and Timothy mixed $14; Wheat straw bright, well baled. $5. Supplied direct from -the producers through their Own -sales office.' Farm Products Limited, 103 Sherlock Building. Phone 1358." / � K____20-0 FOR SALE-Cheap, one good second hand organ. Apply Mason & Risch Piano Co. ... . .,... .-� 37-0 FOR SALE-Pure 'bred silver laced Wyandotte ; cockerels;.. Apply _ Geo; Wtiefan,%20S*6tih Ave."S? ' 39-6 FOR SALE-s?Spme pure bred White Leghorn cockerels.: Won three,firsts and two Seconds . at ..Taber poultry Bhow this year. Write for prices. Geo A, Beane,Taber, Alta. 41-6 TRADE FOR LAND ~"Hotel in Bottineau, N. D., doing fine' business; rented to Nov. 1, 1914, to present management * Purchase price $4,000, or will fc-ade for Alberta land or lots In Lethbrldge. Apply to S. Sidles, Coaldale, Alberta. _ 41-6 WANTED-Contracts for well drilling or boring .required, $1.50 foot, $1.00 dry well. Apply F.T. Field, Hull Block, Lethbrldge. 44-6 ( REPRESENTATIVES WANTED } WHO CAN SELL MOTOR CARS - A Canadian automobile factory, with ample capital and unexcelled prestige, desires to get-to touch with a man Who believes that he can sell motor cars in thin section .'of "the .Province, and is financially responsibly. Knowledge of the automobile mechanism not necessary. Apply Box 1234, Herald 40-7 FOR *SABE-Purs ,bred "S. C. Black Minorca cockerels. W. R. Virtue, 1232-3rd Ave. South. 44-6 c lots.for sale 1 FOB SAXiErr-Two lots in block 8, Parkdale, ?250 each, terms. XI-xo two lots In Block F,'Parkview, $350 each, terms.' Apply B. F., Box 57, Ciry 224-0 FOR SALE-Lots 33, 19, 20, Block 9, Barkdale, $G00 .cash. Westley, 917-Mh St. South. Phone 715. 3-Ox FOR SALE-Couple corner lots at once. Price $1,000; terms half cash, 3 and 6 months for balance. Lots 35 and 36, Block 22, Duff Addition. Listing wanted. Apply Oswald Pfaff, Shellbrook, Sask. 34-12 FOR SALE-I have a lot on Fifth Street, Lethbrldge, that, on account of living on the coast, I will trade for Vancouver or Victoria Property. J. Brown, 1315 Cardero Street, Vancouver, B. C. 41-6 FOR SALE-Fine building lot for sale cheap. Lot 52, Block 1, 5599s. What offer? Owner, A. D. Thomson, Van-couver Heights, B. C. _44-6 L lost--found ID LOST-On Friday/January 24th, Centenary Medal Inscribed, Heywood New Church, either on Third avenue or in the Yv M. CY-iA. Finder kindly return to Herald Office, Lethbrdtge. 40-6 LOST-$10.00 reward for return of bay driving mare .weight 1000lbs., branded PA (Paul Audette brand) joined on left shoulder and HB (joined) on right jaw. Harold Addy, Taber or J. F. Hamilton, Lethbrldge. 44-18 LOST-Fountain pen between Y. M. C A. and post office. Finder kindly leave at Y.M.C.A. . 44-1 FOUND-Bunch of keys, corner of 4th street and 6th avenue. Call at Herald office. 44-2 LOST-Between Lethbrldge and Alexandra hotel,,ladies' gold dress ring, set with three rubies. Reward on return to Dallas Hotel Office. 44-1 'schedule A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant toj.the order, of His Honor Roland Wintefc local judge of the Supreme Court'" of Alberta for th�, Judicial District of Lethbrldge, made the 14th da� of January A. D., 1SJ13, in a certain 'action wherein the Imperial Life Assurance Co., of Canada, is plaintiff and. George Washington Folk-land and Ihternafional Harvester; Company of America are defendants, the following iands in the Province bf Alberta, namely, the northeast quarter of section four (4) in .township thirteen (13) range nineteen west of the fourth meridian, will be sold by public auction on Saturday the.8th. day of February, A.D., 1913, at twelve o'clock noon at the court house in the City of Lethbridge. Sale to be subject to a reserved bid to be fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions will be made known at the time of sale or can be ascertained frott the undersigned solicitors. There are belleyed to be no improvements upon the said lands. Dated the 14th day of January, AJX, 1913. Conyboare, Church & McArthur Solicitors for the Plaintiff. Malcolm Young, auctioneer. MEDICAL , -* DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours; Before 9 a. m., 2-3: 7-8 p. m. Office: 914 Third Ave;, South. Phono 1253, schedule "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to. the Order of His Hon-ori Roland Winter, local judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta, for the Judicial District of Lethbrldge, made the 17th day of January, 1913, in a certain action wherein Neils Martln-lus Anderson, Administrator ^of the estate of Peder Anderson, deceased, is plaintiff and James Tlorton is defendant, the following lands in the province of Alberta, namely: the northeast quarter of Section 34, Township. 10, Range 22, West of the Fourth Meridian, will be sold by public auction on Saturday th& 15th day of February, 1913 at twelve o'clock noon at the Court House in the City of Loth-bridge. Sale to be subject to a reserved bid to be fixed by the court.  " Terms and conditions will be made known at the time of sale or can be ascertained from the undersigned solicitors. There are believed to be no improvements the said lands, but they are Weli located, being about six miles north west, of Diamond City. Dated at Lethbvicige, Alberta, the 17th day of ..January, 1913. Cowbeare, Church & McArtfaur, Solicitors for the Plaintiff; Gus Neidtg, Auctioneer. _ DOCTOR MEWBURN-Redpath St, Before 9 a. m., 2-3; 7-8; dr.- McNALLY-Office Stafford 81k., Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours; 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30; Office phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. c. C. CRAGG-Physician, Surgeon. Accoucher. Office at residence corner 5th avenue South and 7th Street south. Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to 8.30; Phone 1203. DR. TAVLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5: evenings by appointment, Phone, office 341; residence 5S�3. �' DR. TULLER-Physician and Surgeon Office Macdohald Block, phone 1316. Residence 635 iota St South. (CutblH) Phone 1369. DR. J. E. LOVE RING-Physician, surgeon, Accoucher, Electrical and X-Ray machine. Office: . Suite 119. Sherlock Building. Residence 701 5th Ave. S., (corner Glyn and Bom-pas.); Hours: 11-12; -13; 7-9;. Sundays 2-3. Phone:-Office 1446; Residence 1242. | OSTEOPATHY | DR. LIONEL B. MASON-Graduate Osteopathic Physician. Member of College Physicians and Surgeons, Alberta. Building, elevator. Suite 316-18, Phone 1414. Sherlock Take the NURSING NURSING-The Nursing Mission district work; Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours:/before 9 a.m., 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. Miss M. L. Cunningham, Supervising Nurse, 530-12th St. S.. (Bartlett St) Phone 1233. MORTGAGE SALE ,/�; Pursuant to the Order of His Honor Roland Wihter, locU judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta, for the JudiciaL District of Lethbrldge made �phe i 5th ,day of January 1913; in a certain action 'wherein George H. Harman, Winnifretl G. Tramner and William H. MgL^jland are plaintiffs, arid Albert E. Weaton,- John S. Graves arid Don L. Khr.balV are defendants, The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1224 Seventh Avenue S., Supt Miss Swayne. Phohe 1348. Lethbridge. � VIAVi -^* ( FOR SALE OR EXCHANgE j SALESMEN WiUMTED--No experience required. Earn good wages while learning. .Write today for list of hundreds of positions now open, paying $1,000 to $5,000 a ysar. Ad- d>*ess Department 527 National Sales- � -j*. -- - - --------------- men's Training Association, 156 Yongo i the following lands in the'province St Kent Building, Toronto, ;'Ont. 20-1 , of Alberta, namely: the south half of �--1 Section 3, Township 8, Range 18, �west of the Foarth Meridian 'and the northwest quarter of Section 35, Town-Ship 7, Range 18,.wegt of the Fourth Meridian, Will bo '-sfald by public auction ou Saturday, the .15th day of February, 1913, at tyyelve o'clock noon at the Court House in th� City of Lethbridge. Sale to be subject to a reserved bid to be fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions will be made known at the time of sale' or can be ascertained from the undersigned solicitors. There are believed to be no improvements upon .the said lands. Dated the 15th day of January, 1913, Oonybeare, Church & McArthur "'6J SolicitorSv for the Plaintiffs. Gus Neidig, Auctioneer. FOR EXCHANGE-One section steam plow land, all under cultivation, 100; acres summer fallow; all fenced, 4 miles to shipping point, fof unimproved 1-4 section with clear land title, as part payment or what have you to offer. Apply P. O. Box 97, Lethbridge'. /."  42-6 City of Lethbridge BOG BY-LAW Clause 3: The owner of every dog shall annually on the~2hd day of January In each year or within one month of the time he beeomes owner of a dog cause the same to be licensed, registered, numbered and described in the office of the-License; Department, and shall cause the dog to wear around its neck a collar to which shall be attached a metallic plate, having thereon the words "Dog Tax, Lethbrldge" NOTICE In the Matter of the Companies' Winding up Ordinance, 1903. -AND- : ..... In the Mailer of Royal Collieries, Ltd. (non-Personal Liability) in Liquidation . , TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNi Take notice that I,' S. H. Fisher, Liquidator of Royal Collieries, Limited, (non-personal liability) have fixed the 10th day of April, A.D.,"19i3, as the_day on or before which creditors on tine worus 'uosiaj, ubuuii^so i ~"--------- and the figures indicating the years } of Royal Collieriesj Limited (non-per- in which the said license has been paid. The owner shall pay for such license for each dog Two dollars and for each bitch four dollars. Clause 23: Any person who commits a breach of any of the provisions of the Dog By-law, shall be liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding the sum of Twenty-five ($25.00) exclusive of costs. Owners of dogs will please make application at the Cashier's Wicket in the City Offices- for a dog tag and pay the licepse thereon. Dated at Lethbridge this 30th day of January, 1913.  D. FORBES, . 43-3 Licgpse Inspector. I situations wanted J WANTED-Position by bookkeeper, vjlth experience and good references. Apply Box 38. Herald. 29-Ox ( busiwess/opportunities j FOJ� SATO?-High class tailoring busing* goodv.connection, splendid op-portunJtyyfpi' investment; best location in,-city ,a snap for particulars apbl> Bwf'3456,. Herald. . 41-6 FOB ML*K-A good going dry goods an I '&#tes j-fready-to-wear business, fotook ^faw, ^iaall and easily handled. "Ex&U^nf location. Owners retiring. Hfll flSp,Dris(!b:i,139 Hastings street IB. *ya�ob'uver, B.c; 44-a WANTED-^Position by young Scotch lady, in store, workroom or cafe. Ap- ply Box .10, Herald. _39-6 WORJC WANTED-Respectable woman wants work, plain sewing, mending or any. domestic work, 25 cents pier hour. Apply Box 30, Herald Office. ' 42-6 SITUATION. WANTED-By young lady as drummer In picture theatre. Full knowledge of all effects' used. Best of references given from leading managers. Apply Box ,6. Herald 44-0 r board'and room BOARD AND ROOM-First class., all modern conveniences; terms moderate. Opposite the car barns. Apply 725-6th St. South. 18-:0x Notice is Hereby Given That application v/ill be made on behalf of the Gait Hospital to the Legislative Assembly of the. Province of Alberta at the next session thereof for an Apt enabling It to transfer its assets to the city of Lethbridge upon the terms and conditions to be con1 tained in such Act. Dated this nineteenth day of December, 1912. Conybeare, Church & McArthur, Solicitors for the Applicants. NOTICE That the firm heretofore doing business under the name of Ritchie & Meredith, grocers, North Lethbridge, has "this day been dissolved, and is succeeded by A. M. Ritchie & Co., who* will assume all liabilities, anid ;to whom all 'accounts oft th:e aforesaid Ritchie & .Mere'dlth must be. ��tfira, * Dated at I^tlibrldHV^thU Tst'-dayi of February, 1913, 44-6 sonal liability) and others having claims on the said company are to send in their claims to me, duly attested. And take further notice that after the said 10th day of April, AJ3., 1913 I shall proceed to distribute the assets of the above named company airiongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which_I shall have notice on the said day. All claims are to be sent either addressed to me at the City of Lethbrldge, Alberta, or to my solicitors, Johnstone & Ritchie, of the saijie place. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, 30th January, A. D., 19i3. S. H. FISHER, s ' Liquidator. Royal Collieries, Limited. (Non Personal Liability.) sje-s--'........� .. LETHBRIDGE VlAVt CO., Office 410 12th St A., (off 4th Ave. and next 12th Bt. South.) Hours: 5 to 6 p. m, dally and 10 ai.m; to 4 p.m. Saturday or , by appointment � Phone 1637. Manager Miss E. 3. Cook. ' EOpCAtlONAL I. I I l' " li � � . .'ill \ I L ' 1 , j� GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- Alberta Block, Lethbrldge. Day school and evening classes. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, English, Typewriting. Students may enter at any time. , A. M. Fisher, Principal. Office Phqne 1315; Residence Phone ' 1531: _ 287) ART OF SINGING I -;-� U M I We Are Loaning BS0/ Money At %J to PER ToourContractHolders From Coast foCoosHn Canada TO BUY OR BUILD HOMES TO pay OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE |iHVMTieAT> COHTRACT SLNAcSAT ;annd!s!i Home lmestOBit-60., Itl; 209 Sherlock Block LETHBRIDGE . Call, Write or . Phone 1671 ; F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer.. Rooms 5 and 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Box 657, Phono 1042. . ALBERTA LAND SURVEYORS ** SEYMOUR AND DAWE, Assoc. Mem ' bers Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Municipal and Mining En giaeering. Alberta and Dominion Land Surveyors.' Suite 4,  Alberta Loan and Investment Building. Tel-ephonn 1822. 1-51 WELL DRILLING # ..... - . . WELL D R l L L! N G-Any one requiring well drilling or boring, apply to J. :L. LvTirls. CardHton. 40-6 I . AUCTIONEER *-:---------� W. L. WILSON-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of ail kinds- conducted ou reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales , a specialty. Office, at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North; PKone 10?8V Residence Phono 585. Downtown ofllce at the Lethbridge-Weyhurn Realty Co., Phone 1173. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING -South. 210 Tenth Stntot HAND LAUNDRY | �-;-:-�--------* FLANNELS AND SILKS A SPECIALTY-Corner of 3rd Street and 3rd Avenue. 39-6 New Barnes Coal Mine -*- LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the' ton or carload lots PHONE 1475 C. O. D. ELECTRICIAN � -� ' _ ' - ---------- " 3|l LEICE8TER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus installed. Repairs promptly executed. S. O. E. Building. 10th St South. Phone 1332. ACCOUNTANT -'-r-:-* , W. JARVJS & CO., AUDITORS and BUSINESS AGENTS, offer their services and invite correspondence with storekeepers whose books and accounts need attention.. Large experience in managing financial and accounting end of businesses. Debt, collections a specialty. 427 and 428 TravlB Block, Calgary. T.ThS-tf PATENTS ricther^ton haufth & | "The Old EstablwhedTirm" I TORONTO(H��jlOfnct)| OTTAWA I ROYAL SANK tfCD'G. KirtjH I CASTLE BVM.Qurcn.Jt | - INFORMATION BUREAU | INFORMATION INQUIRY BUhtAU Private inquiries, rent and debts collected. Phone 744. Kennedy Block, North Uethbrldge. SOCIETIES "HOWDY PAP" Loyal Order of Moose, Lethbridge Lodge No. 792 Meets every Thursday night in the Oddfellows' Hall. C. L. Shaw, Dictator. Will meet, on 2nd and 4th Thursdays only, beginning February 1913. Address Secretary, P. O. Box 374. PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408 Round St, J, FIGGINS, Prop., Phone 632 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED v COAL C.O.D. The Selling Power of mm STATIONERY Is Apparent to the Man Who Knows Get the Best! Get it at the Herald lob Phone 1252 ;