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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r AGE TWO THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. FEBRUARY L 1918 CLASSIFIED ADS. "Tell them You Saw it in The Herald CLASSIFIED ADS, BUYING A FARM? THERE ARE LISTED HERE FARMS 160 TO 1000 ACRES- c lassified Ads. for Tms Faok Must Be in Ovfiob bt 10.15 a.m., TO APPEAR Same Day.- Soo ax Insertion fob ~i> WOKDS OI! LESS--Six TlMES VOl! P.R1CE OF FOUH : MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE :: :; SELLING YOUR FARM? THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF PROSPECTIVE BUYERS FARM LANDS FOR SALE Improved Farm 640 Acres. 680 Acres cultivated. 100 Summerfallowed. 170 Acres can be cropped this year. Fenced. 3 Room house, plastered. Stable 30 x 30. Chicken coop cost $180. Granary, 90C0 bushls. Blacksmith shop cost $350. Oat bin. 16 x 20. Buggy shd. Grove trees worth $1000. Soil clay loam. All buildings painted. 12 Miles from town. Price $23.00 an acre. Cash $4,500. Balance easy terms. VVANTED, Listings improved farms. The Best Investment In the world is part of the earth In Southern Alberta. Why not get part of it before prices advance further, from LAND FOR SALE LOST AND FOUND (When Replying .Mention The llc'ald) 040 ACHES in. the Barons District, j LOST-Straw suitcase" lost between CONZET & KARREN Room 7 Shepard Block Phone 379. 37r-0 J. HARRIS a. CO. North of Lethbridge Hotel. J00 improved farms to choose from. SPECIAL VALUES LAND FOR SALE ONE SECTION pood level land in McGregor Lake district, for sale, at $30 i per acre, with $4.oon cash, in well I settled farming community. This is I near the Biackt'oot reserve on which j land sold as high as $4S.TX> per acre i last June. SECTIONS east of Warner, partly improved, all workable. 600 acres under cultivation. 300 summerfullow. 2 wells, 2 four room houses, ogran-aries, 2 barns and other buildings. Price $22.00 per acre, with $ cash. Purchaser can take all of crop first year and � crop thereafter. 10 ACRES well improved irrigated land, 6 miles from Lethbridge, $1.-5o0. Terms. COX AND COMPANY Largest percentage of it is tillable. Fenced and cross-fenced. Watered by large dam. 320 acres of new breaking ready to seed in the spr.i.g of 11US. Hons? 12x16, stable for 6 horses. Price $31.50 per acre. 4StV ACRES lying straight east of Noblofprd, six miles from elevator. Choice wheat lauds, every aero tillable. 90 acres of new breaking in Rood shape for 191S crop. Price $26.50 per acre; one-third cash, balance in three equal annual payments at 6 per cent. l!4i> ACRESsof unimproved lands lying 2 1-2 milea S. E. of Skiff, on the I.ethbridgo-Woyburn line. Laud exceptionally good and first class wheat land. Price $20.00 per nere. one quarter cash, balance in three the court house and 13th St. S. Finder please return to Herald and receive reward. 45-6 LOST-OneTiSark iron grey horse col't. white stripe in face: no brand, strayed from Bnulshaw Siding. $5 reward for information lending to recovery. D. ll._Bingliaiii, Magrath, Alta. 35-12 LOST-Fur robe7~Tiiesday evening, between Bonnell's barn and fair grounds. Finder please return to .1. L. Euright, Bonnell's Livery Barn and receive reward. 44-6 STRAYE D--To my farm in Magrath, one brown gelding, coining 3 years old, no visible brand. Owner can have same by payment for this ad, and claiming property. J..H. Ririe, Ma-grath, Alta. 45-0 . . LOST-One sorrel"mare, flax on mane payments at G per cent. No princ.pai j I)ml taiIi white spot on forehead, wiU be due in IMS providing the j weight 1350 pounds, branded ___ purchaser will, break and prepare . !oft thigh. One horse, straw- jgJHI SIITUATIONS VACANT 'When ReplylnK Mention Tho Herald) for crop half of the section. IF YOU ARE open to purchase a farm call and see our list for sale. We want listings iu good farm laud no matter where located in Southern Alberta. ' W. ;330 Fifth St. South, Phone 1808. H. MILLAR LAND COMPANY, '1-'"tJ ! Phone 323. Lethbridge. Office, first door-west of Union Bank 2G--0 BETTER THAN FARMING ON YOUR OWN ACCOUNT f A GOING CONCERN-500 acres wheat opportunity for $50,000 to $100,000.00. I ------- . improved. including live divestment with well known farmer  r�K SALE A Holste.n cow. Apply FOR SALE-(Agricultural) Replying Mention The Herald' farm, stock and implements. For Quick rancher 0I- Southern Alberta in I 4;)l Ave- N"- sale $37.50 per acre. This is an ex-, chie�iy lligh grade, selected livestock, i FOR SALE - One 41-ti berry roan, weight 1100 lbs branded on left shoulder. Liberal reward for return to R. J. Swanson, Sec. 13-10-23, V,'. of 4th'. 43-tl WANTED-Servant, ror general housework. No cooking, 422 6th Avo. S., J If. Goodman, _^__ 20-0 WANTED-An experienced children's nurse. Must bo capable. Apply Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, GU'llth St.___4 l_-0 WANTED-Party,to,do about 20 miles of fencing. See J. J. Floyd, care of Lethbridge Hotel. 4�-G WANTED-Immediately, pianist for road show. Top wages. Apply at once. Len S. Brown, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge. __' _____36-^0 WANTED-Young- girl to take care of hoy'2 years old, between 2 and 6 o'clock. No other work. Phone 101)2, or apply 224 1.3th St. N. 41-lix WANTED-A drug clerk, two or three years' experience, unregistered. Apply to the Palace Pharmacy, Ltd., Stealer, Alberta. 46-0 PROPERTY fOK SALE (When, neplyliifr Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-4 lots for $700.00, $200.00 cash, balance on terms at 8%. Samuel Jones, 503 16th St. N. 44-0 FOR SALE-At a sacrifice, bungalow on I5lh St. S, good Inwn and garden, seven Iota. $500 ('ash, hnlanco arranged. A. J. Blackburne, Acadia Block. 39-0 FOR SALE-Fine building lots, corner ltith St. and 5th Avo. North, $160 each, easy terms, worth $300; ulso oilier lots from $50 each up. Applv ownov, W. M.jGillolan, 1222 3rd Ave. S. 'tr.-O FOR. SALE-To bo rcYn"ove(lT~5 "i'ooin cottage, with furnace, $800.00,' half cash. Cost $1600.00 to build now. W.n. Ingram, Alberta Securities, llalmoral Hloek, Lethbridge; phone .1215 evenings 4S0. i 4l!--(i FOR SALE-Fully liiodorn 6 roomed house on one of tho best corners in RivervJow. Garage in connection. Good price and terms for quick sale. Goo. Whelen, 1208 6th Ave. S., Phone 1115. ______ 41-6 lfOUSE"""FOR""SAl7l terms. Mason .t Rlsch, Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge.______ FOirSALE-iiufhand baby"buggy in good condition. 625 6th St. S. 40-2 FOR SALE-Kreol uprlgtit pluuo in perfect condition, good toned. Cash prico $200.00. In paymonla, ,$210.00. Apply 624 12th J3L_C. North. '_4-fix FOR SAIJE^T'st.rIc'tly" high"" grade typewriter, :.ew, Biiid has never been used. Will soil at. a discount. Call tit 30S 1st Ave. S. Ask for W. F. Buxton. 42-8 WANTED-Man and wife to work on | ranch, woman to do cooking and man I to act as foreman. Apply J. J. Floyd, | care of Lethbridge Hotel. 46-6 j WANTED - A competent maid for housework on .farm. Permanent position if satisfactory. Good Wugea. Apply Mrs. J. P. Phoni, Coaldale, Alberta, Phone RS02. 41-6 Will the person, who took $2() from j WANTED-Partv tiTdo 4 sections "of lady s purse, dropped at station on ' Saturday afternoon, kindly return same by mail to the Lethbridge LOST Herald. 40-0 cellent opportunity. SELECTED WHEAT LANDS in Warner. Taber. Lethbridge. Barons, Retlaw and Nanton Districts. MONEY TO LOAN on improved Xarms and city property. W. F. NELSON & COMPANY, 416 5th Street South. first lien security. Additional collateral security. This proposition carries a fixed minimum amount of profit and S per cent, interest, which guarantees calvt ;ood February. Apply 621 cow. due 'o Kith St. N. LAND i-OR SALE (When Replying Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-The north H section 13-7-18. $1000 cash, the balance on terms to suit. Apply N. Lakeman, Pleasant i Toronto breaking in New Dayton district. Standard Bank, New Dayton, reference. Apply to J. J. Floyd, care of [Lethbridge Hotel. 46-6 WOULD YOl'fuKE $1 TO $2 daily~at home, knitting war socks on Auto Knitters'.' Experience unnecessary. Send. 3-cent stamp Department 70, C. Auto Knitter Company, College St., Ad f.\ A. G. SPENCE'S PHONE 1142 24 Hour Service Train Calls Promptly Attended STAND AT MOTOR SALES, LTD. 36-13 FOR SALE-Contents of five room modern cottage. Gas, good furnihtrn and in first class condition. Cottage to rent to purchaser. Apply 52S 6th St_. S. ____ 33-0 POTTSAliI'J:-\vTU sell niy"barhoi- sho"p; cigar and news >ptnnd or will lake a partner who iH a barber. Apply Ed. Kennedy, care Lethbridge Hotel, or phone 371. 40-Oc SELL YOUR ~ FURNITURE AT WADDINGTONS. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M., 469. WILLIS SNAPS HELL ORGAN in rosewood casd, grand .piano design, heavily carved legs; gooil full tone; $35. AMERICAN ORGAN, beautifully carved Walnut case, upright de3ign;' exceptionally fine tone; $50. WILLIS PIANO, slightly used, reduced price. Terms to suit the purchaser given on theso 'instruments. Coma in and look them over. WILLIS PIANOS HULL BLOCK 46-6 16-6 FOR SALE-Good cow, due to calf i:i I View, Alberta. ____ March. Phone 1047, or apply 113 16th J poll SALE-A134^ U section, near better than twenty per cent (20 7ne"t Rumely, In Al shape, carrier 175 a"d the balance crop payment. The F. W. Anderson Mortgage and Invesl- 300 ACRES, few miles from OkotokBi ;h.p., 190 acres ready for crop of which ; lbs., ten bottom Cockshutt plow, al- . Hutton Block Suokano Advance Separator, tank ' Rlent t-�- "1J mmon Block, bpohanc, 130 is summer fallowed: good house, ] most new, j and cook car. Price $2500, f.o.b.. Con- I Wash. 45-6 FOR EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE;-Fully modern seven roomed house with gas on south iide for land in Lethbridge district. Apply PUling Land Co 25-0 barn, granaries, etc.; well with wind ------ ----------- . mill, good water: all fenced; price jrad, Mont. Will sell engine and plows j FOR SALE-Improved irrigated larms $35 ' per acre; reasonable amount | separately. Write or call and inquire ; $60.00 to $70.00 per acre. Choice wheat cash, balance crop payment: anoth- I of G. R. Peterson, American Rooms.' er quarter section adjoining can be j Lethbridge, 1 block south of depot, purchased cheap.  t.onrad is only 100 miles from Leth- 160 ACRES, 16 miles south of Calgary: j bridge.______ close to town; 50 acres broken; good j AGREEMENTS OF SALE ( .;. .;. 4. .;. .j o ? * v WANTED-Experienced groc- Hudson's Bay Co. 44-3 > PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1S40 34- soil, house, barn, etc.; running water; price $-5' per acre: $800 cash, balance to suit; one quarter adjoining can be leased for $10 per year 800 ACRES, 17 miles south of Calgary; 250 acres under cultivation; good soli; grows abundance of hay and We have three agreements of sale covering half section each, all good, well improved land, one with about $6,200.00 due in four equal annual payments; one for $7,800.00 and another for $8,800.00. due in ten equal grain; good house and plenty of j annual installments, which we will sell LAND FOR SALE IP YOU WANT to sell your farm list it. with us. WE HAVE ENQUIRIES for irrigable and non-irrigable farms. Improved and unimproved. WILSON & SKEITH Phone 1343. Sherlock Building. 32-0 at discount sufficient to pay ten per cent (10%) per annum. Land in New Dayton district. THE FELGER FARMING CO., LJD. Phone R411. 38-0 An Opportunity !WE OFFER FOR SALE two, three, four or five sections of excellent Bteara plow land in one block. This land lies but a few rods from the railroad station, and contains a 20-aere lake of perpetual water. other buildings; all in good condi tfon; several, good springs of water-, all fenced and cross-fenced: very little brush, one of the best mixed farming or stock raising propositions near Calgary; price $24 pet-acre; $6,000 cash, balance arranged: So head of cattle, well bred;, horses and machinery can be purchased along with farm if desired. Listings of farm3 wanted. ' BE/r>Nlf^r!rAr'i?, �0' lT(3TTETa^2TurrIisired"housekeep ,. M7a�e aiVm i m , i rooms with gas and phone. Phono Phone M3866, .. 413 Maclean Block. !i-g7 , lands $16.00 per acre, easy terms to the man that will improve them. Win. Ingram, care of Alberta Securities, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, phone 1215, or evenings ISO. 44-24 FOR SALE-4.200 acres, 3 miles from Monarch, all improved, three sets of buildings, school house on the farm. This is located in our best wheat district. Price $42.00 per acre. Terms 1-5 cash, balance arranged. Money 'to loan on improved farms. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block. Lethbridge. 26-6 WANTED-Farmers and farmers' sons, don't remain idle all winter. He'p will be scarco next summer. You can learn to operate and repair tractor engines and automobiles ia four to six week.i time at Hemphill's Government Chartered Motor Schools at Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton or Winnipeg. Attend tho nearest branch. 290-0 OTT'S AUTO IjIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE WANTED-500 moro men wanted lo learu Automobile Gas-Traotor trade, day am', evening classes, at Honiphill's Govoniment Chartered Gas Engine Schools. Our students are taught by actual practice to oporato and, repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Tractors, Stationary and Marine Engines. Our own Free Employment Offioo will help you chooso a position after completing as automobile or truck driver and mechanic or tractor engineer. Write or call for free catalogue. Hemphill's Motor Schools, 228 9th Ave. Ea3t, Calgary, Alta. Branches at Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Attend tho nearest branch to you. 29(1-" USED CAR SNAPS Chevrolet, closed car . Chevrolet Touring car Dodge Roadster ...... BAALIM MOTOR .$775.00 .$600.00 ... $025.00 / COMPANY 8-0 BARGAINS ON USED CARS s WANTED Girl to answer telephone. Applv Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. 4G-3 WANTED TO RENT tvhen Replying Mention The Herald TO RENT (When Replying Mention Tlie Herald) TO RENT-Single rooms with board for gent'emen. Phone 783. 42-0 FOR SALE-.".63 acres 8 miles north of Cowley; 14o ready for crop; 100 in timothy; ij room house with water and telephone; -j large barns 40x60, hold 120 tons of hay; large machine ._______________ shed and cattle sited; other out build- IwANTED TO RENT-tings; about 175 acres irrigated out of I ?� land, in Lethbridge district. Could Todd Creek that runs through the ' farm. Wate  right deeded to the land, no expense to owner; 11 good horses, cows, 7 hoj 46-:: i =- The PILLING LAND COMPANY, LTD. Exclusive Agents. 42-0 FARM LANDS SOO ACRES near Chin. Good buildings. Fenced with woven wire. ' Good well and gas engine. 700 " "acres under cultivation, all could be put in crop. $40.00 per acre. $8,000 cash, balance easy. 820 ACRES near Skiff, unimproved. $12.00 per acre. Easy terms. 40 ACRES close to city. Irrigated and mostly cultivated. Ideal for market garden. Snap for quick sale. 260 ACRES. Deeded, well improved and three sections lease. '} Price including 40 cattle, 25 * horses, full outfit of machinery and household furniture, $12,-BOO. Half cash. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS LISTINGS WANTED MURCHISON BROS., GADDES & BRADEN LETHBRIDGE 414 4th Ave. 8. Phone 1608 Offices; Caleary, Champion, Swal-well, Cca'amyle, Stavely. __ TO "RENT-2 furnished housekeeping ' rooms and ono furnished bedroom ;.t MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 1642 5th St._s. _ _______46-6 (When Replying Mention The Herald) j TO RENT-l"furnished~room, ccntrai-WANTED - Customers "for fitrictfy ; located. Cse of phone. Apply 527 fresh eggs. Apply Box 16, Herald, 47-1  8th St. S. PlioneJ.883. .....___________46-0 TO RENT-Light housekeeping rooms, , ...... ..... ,3 wagons, 8 set of harness, set of good machinery for running the farm; seed and hay for spring use. Price for all $48 per acre, $8000 cash, balance arranged. This is a choice buy. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 35-12 -Quarter section handle some stock. All particulars in first letter, to Box 9, Herald, Lethbridge. 41-6 WANTED TO BUY-Large safe, must : be cheap for cash. Write Box 35, Her- i aid. �fi-o ! 'team-heated. Apply 301 5th Ave. S. il5 6th St. S., or 42-0 WANTED-Steers coming three years old, in good feeding condition. Apply The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noble-ford. 29-0 2nd Avenue WANTED-Furnished house or suite Must be desirable children. Apply W. F. Heidel, Alexandra Hotel. 42-6 !TO RENT-Storage space for all kinds : of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders 1 Hay and Grain Co., 1221 | South. Phone 732. j i'o r;;.\"i Two in family. No 1 0 2 sections of land south Skiff, 620 acres can be cropped in 191S. For particulars apply J. Harris & Co. 39-0 WANTED-From 1000 to 2"00 acre TO RENT House, barn, chicken of land to break this spring, Conra'd !'nou,se ,and two acres irrigated garden district, preferred. Have good outfit Charles Gillespie, Coaliuirst, Alta. 46- WANTED-Will take an active part ner in barber shop and cigar stand. Reason, other business. Ed. Kennedy, care 'of Lethbridge I-iotel._ _ 22-0 WE- FLAVE-buyers and tenants for wheat lands, improved and unimproved. We are open to any good proposition from owners. Give description and price. Address Box 31, Herald, Lethbridge. 46-6 land, close to the city. Apply H. Galvin, room 7, .McDonald Block, phone 1425, r i City. ' 42-0 MR.---are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting von there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. atd 10th St., S. Phone 547. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal,' Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Ham and bacon curer and | sausage maker wishes steady position. 1 Best references. Apply Box 7, Herald. , 41-6 \ WANTED-Thoroughly capable ac-! fountain and office man is open for '� engagement. Experienced in taking I full charge of mining or business of-j f'ice. Best references. Box 1, Herald, j 36-0 i WANTEi)- MarrTetl~lnaF'wTth"fainTl'y | wants work. A practical farmer and | experii'iiceu" in implement, business. 'Not in position, to go on farm. Is tli'or-joughly reliable. For further particulars j apply to Rev. A. G. Snow, 1224 3rd I Ave. S. -12-12 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, To Wit.:-- By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme^ Court of Alberta at the suit of Massey Harris Company, Limited, plaintiffs, and Hillspring Threshing Company et al, defendants, and lo me directed against the lauds of the defendant, I have seized and taken into Execution the following lands, namely: The west half of the east half of lot three CD. block eleven (11), Plan 1793 E Cardston. Terms, cash. Which I shall offer for sale on Saturday the 16ih day of February, at The Caboon Hotel, Cardston, at the hour of 2 p.m. M. young, Sheriff. For A. M. Heppler, who will art for said Sheriff. Sheriffs' Oirin-. Lethbi li,;.-, .fan. 2Gth, 1918. Ad D WANTED TO RENT - SO acres or quarter section of improved land. Wiil take it on a lease. Have full equipment. L. 11. Parlour, Lethbridge, Alberta. 45-6 WANTED TO RENT-T\vo~c"xperien<:- ed farmers would like to rent a half section of land on shares. Everything fuYnishcd them. Write A. Eiche, Box 320, Fernie, B.C. 43-6 U'"a"NTED "TO RENT-Reliable"" "p'arty wishes to rent, not later than March 1st, a seven or eight room fully modern house, in reasonably central location, yearly lease preferred. Appiv box 12, Herald. 42-12 WANTED TO RENT "Half section (7! improved land with buildings. Want to rent, on shares. Am experienced farmer and have equipment. Apply L. C. Smith, Carmangay,'Alta, care of N. M. Paulson. 42-0 NOTICE Three 1917 Ford Touring Cars, $325.00, $300.00, $275.00. One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car, ' $400.00. One 19i4 McLaughlin Touring Car. $400.00. One 1917 Dodge Touring Car, $975.00. One 1916 Dodge Touring Car, $550.00. One Chevrolet Touring Car, $550. One Ford Truck, $225.00. These cars are in good running condition and are offered at the above prices for immediate salo. THE STANDARD GARAGE. 327 Third St. S. 20- MITCHELL LIVERY day OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1750 BUSINESS CHANCES (When lioplylnK Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-First class garage and i auto business in liveliest town in Alberta. Plant strictly up-to-date and a going concern. Business will pay profit of $10,000 per year. For further particulars apply Grant and Moir, Barons, Alta. ' 46-6 "Fi FTY-Two_crops E VE"r""Y~YEAR-Hut once in the year," said the British Fisheries Commission, "an acre of good land carefully tilled produces a ton of wheal, or.203 ewts. of meat. The same area on the bottom of the sea, on the best fishing grounds, yields a greater amount of food to the persevering fisherman every week in the year." li. C. Fisheries produced fish in 1917 valued at $14,637,346. Greatly increased production underway. Dominion Gov-j eminent, subsidy on shipments to Al-! herla, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. | Write today for free illustrated booklet. Consolidated Fish and By-Products Co, Limited 407 North West, Hulldtaft. Vancouver, li. (J. Ad 11 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge, TAKE NOTICE,-That pursuant to a resolution of the Council of the City j oi Lethbridge, passed at the regular meeting of tho same held on Monday. January 28th, 1918, I was directed lo take a plebiscite of the electors of the city as to the following proposed amendments to the ('barter of the City of'Lethbridge: QUESTION 1: Shall tho present preferential ballot be retained or, shall we return to tho straight ballot, similar to Hhat used a I. present i . voting for School T rustoes. QUESTION 2: Shrill a candidate for any Commissioner's office he required to have the same qualification as a burgess, viz.: $400.00. A't present no qualification is rc�iuired. AND TAKE NOTICE that the. votes on these questions will he taken at tho following places from 9 a.m. to li p.m. on Tuesday, February 5th, 1918. At. tho Gymnasium of Westminster School by Harry Dawson, Deputy Returning Officer. At the City Clerk's Office in the City Hall by Donald A. Duff, Returning Officer. DONALD A. DUFF, Ad E. City Clerk. NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that 4.1m City of Lethbridge will make application at the next sitting of tho Provincial Legislature for an Act amending I lie Loth-bridge Oily Chai tor by changing the mode of voting for the election of Commissioners and giving the Council power to levy business assessments and for power for refunding'the City's indebtedness. Dated ut Lethbridge this 26th day f Janua�y, A. I). 1918. W. S. BALL, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. Ad C AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOL80N Auctioneers. 10,000 COYOTES WANTED Will pay from $6.00 to $9.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 326 FARM_LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company ud Cal�ary and Kdmoatoe L*s1 Co, CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency DRAYIN G THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. 4 ;