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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALP, Thursday, February. 6,1913 Advertisements Cannot Pay The Advertiser Until They Pay You ll8 it r SITUATIONS WANTED 1 WANTED-Poattidn by bookkeeper, with experience' and, good references. Apply Box 38, Herald. . 29-Ox SITUATION 'f WANTED-Housekeep* er wants situation; goodt plain cook. Widow, no children. Box 4, Herald Office.  ' 46-6 SITUATION WANTED-'Young lady desires position as saleslady, in or out of city., -Apply Box j^,^Hi6ra.ld. 45^6 | MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ,) WANTED-Cofttracts for/ !well drttt ing or boring required, $1.S0 foot, ?LO0 dry well^; Apply. ^F.T-'JFjeld; Hull Blooh,ytiqUibridge: ' ; 44-6 WANTED TO BUY-Party,"with J5000 cash' would '.buy 13th SU property- preferably house on two lots, with reasonable* prospect of becoming, a business site. Apply- Box 9, Herald Office. '  48-0 25 Words. 25 cents an Insertion; 6 Insertions for the price of 4 Must be Paid in Advance Situations vacant J WA'NTED--Men' ,and women to learn barber trade; todlB given eaek student} 4&rge- demaija for.'graduates. Now is .'splendid time,* to-.,learn. Catalogue free. -Moler College^ Galgary, Alberta. ' - 262-0 4- WANTED-A boy about 16 years to assist in men's furnishings. Apply to - Gdodinan, 3rd Ave. S._43-6 WANTED -r Domestic nelp, good w&ges to good girl. - Apply Mrs. L. iffiel.- 519-7th St. South._46-0 �\gAiNTED-At once, -woman' or -girl 'to*work on farm. Permanent place fcrright party. Apply Mrs. Ben Paw-'sctb., CoaMale, Alberta, Phone R. 711. �-6 WANTED-Girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. R. L. Wheeler,-P. O. BoS S07,or.'P1hpne R~ 806.-, -47-6 WANTED-Good, girl or woman for general housework. Apply 635-13th 9t; South. *' 48-6 WANTED - Girl or middle aged woman for general house work, on farm. Must be good cook. Good wages to right party. R. P. Aitkins, New Dayton, Alta. 48-6 to'rbnt . D TO feNT-Furnished room, 1223 Statu,,Ave. South._25-Ox TO RENT-A nicely furnished room Inia strictly .modern house, well heated; and" ventilated.' , Apply 622-10th ' St* South. 27-Ox TO'LET-Five roomed cottage, water aid electric" lights comer 2nd avenue arfd H>th St-north. -Ajply Mitford & Co., Phone 1235. 34-0 TjQ -RENT-HKurnished rooms, with or without Jioard.Iffodem conveniences. Apply, 205 5th Ave. South. 43-6 TO /RENT-Comfortable room with boam in private family, thoroughly inoTdern" bouse,1 fairly central.. Good home to'right party. Apply Box No. 2;|Hferaldf , 44-6 c MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALB J FOR SALH-One 4-cylinder Bulck Roadster. For price and terms. Apply Box 218. Lethbridge. 285-0 FOR SAIiE - Thoroughbred White Wyandottes, cockerels. L. Kane Box L. Herald. ... 17-Ox FOR SALFr-Potatoes ta ton lots or over, $15;-No. 1 Timothy, reduced to $15.00; No. 1. Alfalfa $13.60; No. 2. Alfalfa reduced to $11; No. 1 Alfalfa and. Timothy mixed $14; Wheat straw bright, well baled. $5. Supplied dir-ect^fin^t|^:,.w^oQenvtliroasti~.tlieir own sales" office. Farm Products Limited, 103 Sherlock Building; Phone 1353. 20-0 ( "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $600 CASH will buy a good road, proposition, ' neting $75 to $150 weekly. Owner is compelled to return home. Apply Box 15, Herald office. 45-6 FOR'SAJiE-Tin shop .in hustling town: wltft excellent farming country surrounding. Owner, leaving, town. Here;, is a fine chance to go into a good paying business. Address C.ias. ToersonK'Vulcan, Alta._ 46-6 r . board and room BOARD AND ROOM-First class, all modern conveniences; terms moderate. Opposite the car barns. Ap- To-.fi*>- cy- smith. 18-Ox BOARD AND ROOM - Modern conveniences,' use of piano; $5 per week. Apply S34-7th St. S.. phone 1238. 45-0 BOARD-AND ROOM-All modern con-venie'nees. Apply* - 922-2nd Avenue South . : 47-6 :\ 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, and to whom all .accounts of the aforesaid Ritchie &\Meredith "must be paid. Dated" at Lethoridge, this lBt day of February, _ 44-6 -MEDICAL OHt Wv S. GALBRAITH-Phya^Iah, �7 ifJXQt RENT-Good eight roomed house. fA > %�f>ly 906-11th St. South. G. -E. Hdt-. W^ES.7 . ' 47-6 ^2J^'I^&RENjr-1-Two front rooms in Begin W,, b]ffp3i� suitable for office or light ^AMiis'ekeeping; gas and water free. #-ftUj>lY,,J. Harris &.Co., Begin Block. Sjagitih jStrpet. s:; . 47-6 1 LOTS FOR SALS ZD FOR SALE-Two iOts In block 8, spark-dale, $250 each, terms. Also two lots in Block F. Parkview, $350 each, terms. Apply E. F, Box 57.dry 224-0 FOR SALE-Lots 18, 19, 20, Block 9, Parkdale, $600 cash. Westley, 917-ikth'st South. Phone 715. 3-Ox FOR;SALE-Fine building lot for sale cheap. - Lot 52, Block 1, 5599s. What offer? Owner* Ay D. Thomson, Van-couvsr Heights, B. C. 44-6 FOR. SALE!--Three inside well located lots in Bow Island. This is a fine opportunity � to secure some good property at- a1 reasonable price. Address R. M. Watson, Maybutt, Alberta. 48-6 LOST-FOUND 1 LOST-$10.00 'reward for return of bay driving mare .weight 1000lbs., branded PA, (Paul . Audette \brand) ijoined on'lejlt shoulder and HB (join-ad) on;right'jaw1. Harold Addy, Taber or J. F. Hamilton, Lethbridge.^ 44-18 .land, for sale 8MiTy~�Onr 5 acre tract 2 miles "city, limits, closed to school; well $6.00 REWARD-^Lost railway ticket, �Via -Edmonton to Winnipeg; return to Campbell. Wilson & Home Ltd. 46-3-LOST:-^Between 5th avenue N. and 18th St. N. l'gold 8 size, hunting case, 17 jewelled ladles' watch (R. A. �Wright Special) locket and chain at-'--^ ^"flpr tileaf=e return to 224 18th St. N. Liberal reward. 48-6 vated, root house holds 50 ton. mrtlpulara -write Box 574 City P. jB^Uitic:......- ' - -..........- g^t^^427,^tb St. North.,39-26 Ki&ity-KQ'p6&.J-&Btjotlon farmlns OftVei;' fao. stona., fair buildings; ^jfraxced, good wpT^jr,' '40' broke, *2fe.j)er acre.:;, Snwil tiayment ,4batance ,aixangea:. Address '��** -Id MoInfJroV^eid Hill, Al-^ktAM-Mf^l^' 46j-56 PROPERTY FOR SALE .FOR SALE-As I am leaving the city Ivwlll sell, my house very cheap and ton very 'easy terms, with small cash ' payment. If desired, will sell, house as it stands, furnished. � Apply G. E. j -Hotson, 906-llth St. South. Phone' 1016 or to Hotson & Leader, Phone 1'483. . 47-6 Que half sectlon::of part-. ^^ayS^iS acre's ready foi;; ted ,peftr Stir me 'Junction!)-1 jmejjt jdowp, balanqe.'i.easy' m Apply Box.^:HeraId6 Notice To Claimants and Creditors Pursuant to the Wind-up order made by Mr. Justice Beck in the matter of the-Winding-up Act and Amendments, thereto and in the matter of McNichol Hardware^ and Furniture, Limited, dated the 23rd, September, 1912, cred-itora of*tthe above named company and all others having .claims against the said i company , formerly carrying on business at Grassy Lake, Alberta, are required by the 15th February, 1913, to file withFrederick William Cardno, Liquidator of the said company at his office at Bow. Island, Alberta, their full.names,, addresses and occupations and'.-full particulars duly verified of their claim and of any securities held by them with,the: specified value of such securitieSi.and In default thereof j they will be peremptorily excluded from.,the benefits of .the said Act and Winding>up pr$er& ', lJ His Honor?'Judge /Winter, . will on the-a^tti'-'Februi^^im^t-'J;! o'clock in the,foreno'on/at:hia-Chambers in the Court iHouse 'in/the pity, df .Lethbridge hear.the report^of,'the-:Liquidator upon the claims of 'creditors.- submitted to him .'pursuant to :this! notice wlhen any creditors may7^ixer ifcearcL'in, support df their'claims'. Dated': this ?22nd' day of ; January,. A.D., 1913. Johnstone' & ^Ritchie, Solicitors for fihe Liquidator. NURSING-The Nursing Mission dls* trict 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. The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1224 Seventh Avenue S., Supt Miss Swayne. Phone 1348. Lethbridge. .  � � j ALBERTA,,LAND.SURVEYORS- | SEYMOUR AND, 13AWE, Assoc. Members Canadian Society of Civil En-gineersfVMuiHc'lpal. ahdvMtnlng .Engineering: -Alberta and'fidmlnion LandVSunvey'ors.V'i Suite .^i'AI^'erta Loan ,and investnient- Building.1. jPel-eph.dnevl�22. , >i%^2G EDUCATION At GARBUTY BUSINESS' COLLEGE*- "Alberta > Block, Lethbridge. >Dsy school and , evening Masses. Book* keeping, ShorbliRfld,.^English, typewriting. Students 'may, enter at-any time. A. M. Fisher; .Principal Of* flee Phone 1315; Residence Phone 1531. ". 387 *- ART OF SINGING RHYND JAM IESON-Baritone, teachy er o* the Art of Singing. Tone placing and voice building. English Diction. Musical director 'Wesley church. Studio: 14 Hull Block. Telephone 1742, Lethbridg** Alta. PIANO TUNING r* - *- A. HULBERT-Expert PiWJ.0 Tuner �i 1253 Sixth Avenue A. South. Agent for the Gerhard Helntzman Pianos. Phone 1168. PAINTING -* -* J. E.iSlMONS CO., T7p-to*date Decorat , ing. It's the quality, durability and appearance of our work that increases our business daily. Painting, Papering and Kalsomining. Phone 1216. 714-3rd Ave. South. FURRIER  i *---* CHANGE OF ADDRESS---SCOTT, the Lethbridge Furrier,. In future at The Bentley Company, VIAVI I ^_:_;-;-----�-* LETHBRIDGE VIAVI CO., Office 4ltf 12th St A., S, (off 4th Ave, and next 12th St. Soutn.) Hours: r, to 6 p. m, dally and 10 aon. to 4 p.m. Saturday or by appointment. Phone 1637. Manaeer MIB? E. S. Cook. ,1 PRIVATEiiHOSPITAL I ' " -� �  -jf > PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home, 704-6th Ave. S. Phone 746. UNDERTAKING J -# S. FETTERLY-Funeral Director and Embalmer; also Agent for the Somerville Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phohe 561; Residence 284-7th Ave. S. Phoae 1176. Open Day and Night. S. Y. HURST, FUNERAL DIRECTOR i Licensed Embaliner"; (Lady attendant when des^fed.) Donhan Block, � 401 2nd Ave., S. fPhon'e-1862,-night 1 or. day. 1 '  ~� ' '� - ' 1-0 LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application lor Transfer of Liquor License LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application has been made ' by Joseph McDonnell for. consent '.to the transfer to himself" of -the"; license granted James I- V;. :. . M EMOiR;A;IS|l:D'U.IMC;':vte vveAreLoanSnsf Money At K?/omm To our Contract jIolqers From CoasHoCoastin Canada TO BUY OR BUILD HOMES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES ITQ IMPROVE REAL ESTATE INVMTMATf CONTRACT 9hit AT '""Cs/iBflian Home Do,, ltd. 209 Sherlock Block LETHBRIDGE Call, Write or Phone 1671 ] WELL'DRILLlNGV I sj.---:-r-*-� WELL DR1LLJNG-Anyone requiring well drilling or boring, apply to J. Ij. Lvnrts. Carclston. � 40-6 TYPEWRITING Try the UNDERWOOD SERVICE- Rents, supplies, and'/repairs. Guaranteed factory rebuilt visibles for sale. United ^Typewriter Co., Hull Wock. Phone 768. 284-0 DRESSMAKING *# DRESSMAKING -' 210 Tenth Street South- '__ *- AUCTIONEER W. L, WILSON-Provincial and'city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted' on reasonable terms. Live stock,, and farm sales a specially. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Downtown office at the. Lethbridge-Wayburn Realty Co.. Phono 1173,' j WHOLE8ALE | *--1-'-��. ', !� '-� HYDE & SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS.in hay, grain, potatoes. �'� Write, ~wire or phonefor quotations On car or small lots, mixed cars, etc. We guarantee choicest .quality. Let us handle your wheat. Satisfaction guaranteed. .210 CANADIAN GEN'L SUPPLY CO., Ltd. . 2nd Ave. and 13th Sf S. Building Mining, Railway Contractor^^Supplies, Coal. Palnta, LubricatlngjOUs, Plate Glass, Beaver Board.. . . 231 PEDLARS' FIRE PROOFING PRO-DUCTS, Ofibawa Steel Shingles. Galvanized Ridge, , Corrugated Iron. Rrck faced stone siding. Galvanized and Painted Metal Lath and; Corner Board, etc. Also Metal Ceiling ''carried In stock. The Lethbridge-Way-bum Realty Co.. Ltd.. general'agents ELECTRICIAN LEICESTER "ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and .power, contract-ors. All: kinds Of electrical appar-:atUB.;'installe'd., Repairs^ promptly : executed; ' 'S..'. O;' E;' Building; 10th St.';Soutb Phone 1382. : i-*- SOCIETIES !?HQWDY^PAP" Upyal Order of Moose, Lethbridge Lodge: No. 792 Mee,ts . every, "-Thurs-; "day^night in 'the Oddfellows' Hall. C. L: Shawy Dictator. Will meet on 2nd and 4th Thursdays only, beginning February 1913. Address Secretary, P. O. Box 374. PRAYING OF ALL KINDS Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-C.R.R, Freight Sheds -PHONES- Office: : : 1163 and 462 Stable-1064 New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, IWNE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload-lots v PHONE 1475 C. O. D. W. L McKenzie & Go. Electrical Dealers And Contractors Phone 637 706-3rd Avenue S., #  Hat Demand - Supply 3,400 employees will mean an Added Population of approximately 12,000 people This means a tremendous demand for building sites. On account of this demand--our property # (Wedriesday Prke 1 Thursday Friday Saturday $175 per lot See MITFORD & CO. Phone 1235 PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER DOUBlVaND 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 COAL C.O.D. ATE NTS Ictherjtonhauftn & (s "TheO�dE6tabti�hed*T5rm"' "ijhi "Th TDRONTO(Ht�d officii! OTTAWA hotalMnh eftBGkini'i Icasue Bi:M.qutcnji Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1 3 8 6- Careful and phompt service. WANTED: Business Women to Run Homes : : : BY J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanarnaker's, Philadelphia What America needs today above all things is business women. And where we need them most is noi In business offices but in the homes. What |iWe want is not so much a woman who can.run a kitchen, as a woman who knows how much'It costs to run a kitchen. If we do not get.our domestic/ science up to the standard of our: commercial science we are going to start; an epidemic of household insolvency that will startle the world. Ninety per cent of our matrimonial unhappiness is due not to temper nor temperament but to common, -ordinary domestic bankruptcy. There is no money in the family till; the books won't balance; the cash Is overdrawn; and the partners are at war. That's the story; that's the whole story. And in most such cases, even Reno becomes an unbearable! expense. "' Nearly every tug at the heart strings begins with a tug at the purse strings. 1 , If the worpen of America have the brains to maintain many of the equalities which they now enjoy, they must also have the brains ;or acquire the! science to run their homes along commercial lines. ' The chief problem of domestic science Is how to take a certain Income of money and live up to It; not over it and not necessarily under It) but how to make all of your bills balance that certain amount of cash. Naturally the only way to do this Is to plan your expenditures. Andfthe only way to know the cost of what you are going to buy and what is fashionable, Is to read the store news. This store news-Is published every day in the advertising columns of this paper. No shrewd merchant hides his light under a bushel. Whenever he has anything good to offer you, he puts It over his signature in these columns 80 the first thing1 you gain by following the advertising Is a choice always ' of thd best that Is being offered In each line. And when these merchants' realize that oo'many thousands of you ape using their advertising day by day< as the basis for your buying, you may depend upon It they are going to: stretch every possible point to maintain your interest* If you will follow this plan for a short time, you will find that you are merchandising your home In the same way that these business men,are merchandising their stores. You will become' as shrewd at buying as they are,' Your books will begin to balance, and you will discover that you are the head itf a success Institution known as a Prosperous Home. ;