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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBQE flAILY gERALP Tuesday, February 11,1913 ^Advertisements Can^Pay The Mvertiser Unlil They Pay You WANTED TO BUY-Party with $5000 cath would buy 13th St. proP^-preferably house on two lots, with reasonable prospect �f becoming a busines site. Apply Box 9, Heraia Office._____.-45=?- WaNTED--One. section of raw and, close to railroad vretBrnA; steam plow proposition.; must be cheap. State price and terms to Box aid office. WANTED TO- PURCHASE -A.At�e-ments of sale on good �"^defl'WTr5 for cash. Apply The Vov&ei-Mri-hern Land Co., Sherlock Building. 3rd avenue ' u Professional Cards MEDICAL WANTED-Young man wishes board and room in private family. "Must be oentral. Apply Box 5C Herald. 51-0x WANTED-A young woman wishing some lady would take a baby from birth sometime in March. Apply Box 31, Herald Office, Lethbridg*. 52-6 WANTED-Washing and ironing, 50c~ per dozen at home; all work guaranteed. Apply Box 50. HeTald.. 52-1 property for Sale 1 FOR SALE-As 1 am leaving the city I will sell my house very cheap and on very easy terms, with small cash payment. If desired, will, sail liouse as it stands, furnished. Apply. G.-E. Hotson,. 906-11th St. South. Phone 1016 or to Hotson . & Leader, Phone 14S3._ 47-6 FOR SALE-6 roomed modern house, gas connection, half block from car line; small cash payment, balance in monthly payments of will take city lots in exchange. Appty on premises 620-14th St. South.. Phone 1128. 47-6 DR. W. 8. GALBRAIW-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours: Before 9 a. m., 2-3; 7-8 p. m. Office: 914 Third Ave., South. PhoneJL263^j_ DOCTOR MEWBURN-Redpath St., Before 9 a. m.. 2-3: 7-8. DR. McNALLY-Office Stafford BJk.,' Residence. 1&S6 Sixth Avenue., Off ca, hours;"11-12". 1-3; 7-8.30;'  Office-phone 319; Residence 1090. J ALBERTA LAND 8URVEY0R8 "\ '^i - - - �  i i ifr SEYMOUR AND DAWE, Assoc. Members Canadian � Society of Civil Engineers, Municipal and Mining Engineering. Alberta and Dominion Land Surveyors. Suite 4, Alberta Loan and Investment Building. Telephone. 1822. - 48-26 DR. C. C. C.RAGG-Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher. Office at residence corner 6th - avenue South and 7th Street south.. -Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to S.30: Phone 1203 OR, TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose, and Throat; TJominion Building: Office hours 9.30 ^ji 12;,2-5; evenings by appointment- Phone, office 341; residence 5�3. 25 Words. 25 cents an Insertion; 6 insertions for the price of 4 Must be Paid in Advance FOR SALE-On easy terms, three six roomed houses and one seven-roomed house, on 12th North. All _new and fully modern. Apply 522-12th St. -a. N., or phone 694, b C SlTUATIONt VACANT J 'WANTED--Men and women to learn, barber trade; tools given each student; larse demand for graduates. Now is splendid time to learn. Catalogue fnce. Moier College, Oalgary, Alberta. WANTED - Domestic nelp; gopd wages to good girl. Apply Mrs. L; Keel, 5l9-7th St. South 46-0 WANTED-At once, woman or girl to work on farm. Permanent place to right party. Apply Mrs. Ben Paw-san, .Coaldale, Alberta. Phone R.' ' 711. i �_ 47-6 *-� '�� WANTED-^-Gtrl for general . house-i&UwyiarlF.,: Apply airs. R. L. Wheeler, p. !>*��''' �;�^SoX 20" o~ 'Phone R. S0� " 47.-0 %HkyANTED - Girl or middle y^ged i- i ^vvpijian .for general house .work -'on asfar^. ilust be good  cook;&_ Qood wages to right party. R. P.' Aftkiha, ,.r ...New' Dayton, Alta. " L|"�-6 { �' MI6SEt-LANEOUa FOR SALB J " ,FQR SALE-One 48-6 LOST-Between 5th aTenue N, and 18th St. N. 1 gold 6 size, hunting case, 17 jewelled 'ladies' watch (R. A. Wright Special) locket and chain attached. Finder please return to 224 18th St. N. Liberal reward.  48-6 ; WANTED-Experienced solicitor and driver; one acquainted with North ^Lethbridge preferred- .Apply giving references and salary expected to \Box-19 Herald 51-6 FOR SALE-Good cedar fence posts, i feet^ong, 12%c each .delivered at lethbridge or Magrath stations. Ap-ply'A. Mackereth,. Harrop, B. C. ' 51-6 I LOST-Bay horse' KY (-Y-Inverted}4on right shoulder, wire cut 'on inside of right hind leg, alBo" black horse, -46, (Wined) oh- right.shoulder, irightieye out; also bay mare branded ; HKDU ... h " all on right hip. Reward of $10 for bay horse; $5 eactf for the otifier two. All three strayed together and -are likely between Lethbrldge-and Grassy Lake. Return to H.., Weselman, one mile south ea:8t of jail.' .-- 49-6 WANTED-A. capable woman to cook /lor six to tweive men, on a farm nine 'jnUes.^est.of Warner. "Gas for cook-"ing and a good^bouse. Answer to the , 'undersigned,- Fred Mosedale, Jr., St. �irqh^rlgs, IUlnolfl, 62-0 NOTICE TO-SHEEP AND CATTLE RANCHERS--F*or sale a few Scotch Collie "pTips, Ijred from pure registered stock and winner of working con-iieststo -Scotland. Apply J. Blacklock City P. O 51-b FOR SALE-Good milch cow, will be fresh February-14th, and one Berkshire boar*.* J-cT. Ingram, PhonB,th._'__49- 'lOT ILiJN'D^Furnlshed suite in "Kirk" m,. hajn "block''', jllyiDg room, heKlroom, SlViitti, �Htijieri. Apply to Kirkham 9, 'p&mm&1; � _49-6 &u VW(J� Ta^l1' - Comfortable bedroom LOT* FOB SALE 3 FOR SALE-^Lots 18, 19, 20, Block �, Park'dale, $600 ' cash. Westley, 917-fcth St. South. Phone 715. 3-Ox LOST^-One bay mare, in foal,.8'yeaFS old, branded O bar Diamond on right jaw; bench P on left thigh; white hind feet star forehead. , Also ..one bay mare, 6 years old, branded* O bar diamond on right jaw: star on forehead. Reward if returned to H. Scott, 1906 London Road, (7th- avenue) Leth bridge. 50-3 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOMr-Flrst class, all modern conveniences;, terms moderate. Opposite the car barnB. Apes -"t-h. 18-Ox . YIAVI LETHBRIDGE V|AVI CO., Office 410 12th St. A.. S., (p'fi 4th Ave and next 12th St; South.).-Hours: B to 6,P_. m daily and 10 tl.fb. to 4 p.m. Saturday or by appoiatmont. Phono 1637. Msnaeer - Miw.-t.E- S- Coo*. %..... . . . '. ". J. E. SIMONS CO., TJp-tQ-date Decorat lag. It's the quality, durability and appearance "of bur work that increases our buslneBS dally. Painting, Papering and KalBomlning. Khone 1216. 714-3rd Ave. 86uth. WHOLESALE I -* HYDE & SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS in hay, grain, potatoes. Write, wire or phone for quotation8 on car or small lots, mixed cars, etc. We guarantee choicest quality. Let us handle your wheat. Satisfaction _gtmranteed. 210 To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge Havng been nominated to serve for the unexpired term of the late Alderman McCambly, I respectfully solicit your influence on my helialf and your vote on Monday next. I will simply remind you here that I have had a.num-: ber of years' experience in'municipal' i; , ^-matters'- and promise that if elected I , ' will use my time and energy for the | best interests of the city. Yours faithfully, H. BENTLEY �i PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER , DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS 'Office 408 Round St., J. FIGGINS, Prop. ' ' Phone 632; When Uneedus Ring Up 632 v TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. | FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. CANADIAN GEN'L SUPPLY CO., Ltd. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. 8. Building v .Mining, Hallway Contractors Sup-p'flesi Coal, Paints, Lubricating Oils, Plate Glass, Beaver Board. 231 PRIVATE J-tOSBITAL [ _ � \' ---!-T--.- PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van PHLAriem�sH Private^ Hpspltaleand �Maternity Home, 704-6th Ave. S. Phone 746. �--- PEDLARS' FIRE PROOFING PRODUCTS, Oshawa Steel Shingles. Galvanized Ridge, Corrugated Iron. Reck faced stone siding; Galvanized and'.Painted Metal.Lath and Corner Board, etc. Also Metal Ceiling carried in' stock. The Lethbrldge-Wey-burn Realty. Co.,.Ltd., general agents *- UNDERTAKING *--�---- T. S." FETTEfrLY-Funeral Director and "Embalmer;-*also--Agent for the. Somerville Marble, and Granite, Work's, of Calgary; Office opposite Court - House... Phone, 561; Residence 284-7th Ave. ,S. Phone 1176. ' Open Day and Night ' S. Y. HURST, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Licensed Embalmer; (Lady attend*  ant when desired.), Donnan Block, 401 2nd Ave., S. Phone 1802, night or day. ' 1-0 W. L. WILSON-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a-specialty. Office at the Wilson, Furniture Co., 404 13th . St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 686. Downtown office at the Lethbrldge-Weyburn Realty Co., Phone 1173. FOR SALE-Three inside well located loW in Bow Island. This is a fine opportunity to secure some good property at. % reasonable price. Address R. M. Watson. Maybutt, Alberta. 48-6 BARGAIN-r-Lot 15 or 14 and 157 Block 162, 13th St. N., $6SC each. Terms 1-3 cash; adjoining block selling ;at $1260 each. vWestley, 917-8th St.,' phone-'715." 49-6x BOARD AND ROOM - Modern conveniences, use of piano; $5-per week. Apply 834-7th St. S.. phone 1238. 45-0 BOARD AND BOOM-All' modern con-venienceB. -Apply 92Z-2nd Avenue South " ' 1 " " 47-6 DENTAL * FOR SALE-Twelve lots in lot 16, block 14, North Ward, price $3300; one-third- cash,; balance four' and eight months. .Box 17, Herald. 51-6 ( BUSINESS O'Pqb^TUNmBS . , ) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Farm for rent near Iron Springs; 100 acres cultivated; first class land. Also want breaking done. 'Owner, W. M. Gille^ lan, 1222 3rd ave.; S.;; Lethbridge. 50-6 FOR SALE-Hardware business in a small town. Can buy or. lease buildings; alock JS.C00. Monarch Hardware Co., Monarch, Alta. 52-0 FOR SALE*-Two corner lots at once price only $1250 each; terms 1-3 "cash, 3 6 and 9 for balance. Lots 22-23, Block 93, only two blocks from street car liile., Appjy toP.'O, Box 65o,: City 1 - " - 52-6 i Can'p f'QR sale .',MM 327-llth St. S., Phone S^IS1"l^-N,Tr-Fully modern seven room ipp^oget-, g^llth'^St. Souths Apply 318 �mj*-mw�2 miles from oiiylimitff, close to 9chool;-swell bultiv|t�cL.'rodt! bouse holds .5ft"ton. p. or'^ia;|#^--lM.at. North. 39-26 FOR sit/E-^^ne'half, section; of ipart-ly impEdyed'-land, 45 acres ready for crop, BftMiCnear 'Stirling Junction. Small �'jfflJi#' aown. balance easy office. -48~6 j FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE ) FOR SALE OR EXCIIA^GE"--- 960 acres, all steam plow land';' ?,o0 acres new breaking, ready: for',crop;c 350 acres flat stubble, my equity $6,i00 balance crop payment .(plan.-. Will exchange for clear city property or unimproved farm land. State proposition in first letter. Box 97, City, 52-6 DR J. M. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office: Rooms 5 arid 6, Bryan Block: Phone 1071 d-r-0-X"COURTICE-Dentist, graa uate of Northwestern University, Chicago 111. Qnlce hours:, 9-1-3; 1-B. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. DRS. MARRS & MARRS-Dentists, successors to Dm Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours 9 to 5; Office: Hig-inbotham Biock. Phone 374.  DR. E. G- SIMMONDS, Dentist, Mem. ber of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) ^L. D. S*,1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office 6-8, Post Office Block. *- SURVEYING �e FOR aAi&ER-PhoJP-e irrigated tracts, ao,'20,,ofeP�'SafMi plose'to city, $100 ~ 1 � , -t __^i-!.>*.,/4_j-8ij/. balance yearly per acrte' a'd'^oodf?ieremoe?, -tenienjgeft use gl f&Msth St',]!! 61-^6. ,paym�n*^msfnsram, 1238-4th Ave lip. Tvk-tyA&i^it. '; ! . -"^yr 3. . ''.iii* ii'i " ' i i'r-j' WANT^a>=*To; 'builderB 'ahd\ 'ingefflceV clean.'or anything Similar, kpply'Bdxf3, Herald office. 52-2 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Impounded in Bonnell's Livery barn, dark bay pony gelding, branded lazy B over 60 on fight hip.' D. FORBES. 50-3 " ' Pound Keeper. J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Box G57. Phone 1042. ____________ TYPEWRITING Try the UNDERWOOD SERVICE- Rents, supplies, and repairs. Guaranteed factory rebuilt, vlslbles for sale. United Typewriter Co.,..Hull Block. Phone 768. .��,:.>, . J&4-0 New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1475 C. O. D. A 0vH. i. C *- AUCTIONEER ACCOUNTANT J. W. JARVIS & 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 Travis Block, Calgary. T.TtiS-tf PRAYING OF ALL KINDS Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-C.P.R. Freight 8heds -PHONES- Office: : : 1163 and 462 Stable-1064 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 13 8 6 Careful and phompt service. M EM Oft AM E> U M We Are Loaning R_0/ PER Money At t#/oANNUM To our Contract Holders From Coast (oCoiisf in Canada to buy or build homes to pay off mortgages to improve real' estate llNVEOTICATK CONTRACT*' OHC* AT^ Canadian Home investment Co., Ltd.' 200 Sherlock Block LETHBRIDGE V. Call. Write or Phone 1671 W. LJcKenzie&Co. Electrical Dealers And Contractors Phone 637 70G-3rd Avenue S., He-raid Want Ads Pay WINDOW CLEANING DON'T LOOK AT THIS A DVT. unless you want your carpets, windows, furnaces or cellars cleaned. Now is the time. Get busy. Ring us up. Phone 1127. Lethbridge Window Cleaners. 52-6 SOCIETIES *-t- i "HOWDY PAP" Loyal Order of Moose, Lethbrldge Lodge No. 792 Meets every Thursday night in the Odd-: fellows' Hall. C. L. Shaw, Dictator. Will meet on 2nd and 4th Thursdays only, beginning February 1013. Address Secretary, F. O. Bos 374. PATENTS f letherstonhau $h &(& 8 "The Old Establishedllrm" 1 TORONTO IH��d Offief) I OTTAWA I ROYAL HANK BCBanlnJ it ICASTIC BttlO. QU*eHH DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING South. 210 Tenth Street j 5p:r <�� '�� m akIf-' ~-AM kinds of plain i sewing. Sntisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Slum. 4ifi-fith Ar/__S. RO-6 fc) ECTRICIftN NOTICE �' ' ' Notice is � hereby given that an application will ba. made at ,the neapt session of th,e Legislative-.Assembly for the Province'] of "Alberta, 'for-an Act to permit James Alexaifde'r< McCaffry to practise ittWIn -the iBrMrince of Alberta.  -.-v -( ,, ���� Dated this, 7tb day of January, 1913. ' 4 . Carmaclc &~ j&apkiA. 62 LEICESTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and power,contract ors, All kinds o'f electrical appas1--atus Installed. Repairs promptly executed. S. O. E. Building. 10th St. South. Phone 1332. __^_______ FURRIER. CHANGE.Of ADDRES$�-SCOTT. the LethhrlUg.0 I^urrier,.. in futiire at TAe Bentley Coouiany. Business Women to Run Homes : : : BY J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings & Company Winnipeg and Lethbrldge Daily prices by wire or phone. -OFFICE AT- Messrs. Asquith and ' Lindsay's Office DOMINION, BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phone 1714 P. O. Box 278 What America needs today above all things Is business women. And. Where we need them most is not in business offices but In the homes. What we want Is not so much "a woman who can run a kitchen, as a woman' who kno^ws how muoh It costs to run a kitchen. If we do not-get our domestlo 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 evory tug .at the heart strings begins with a tug at the purse strings. If the Women of Amerloa 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. And the only way to know the cost of what you are going to buy and what Is fashionable. Is to read the store news. Thla'store ne*ws Is published every day In the advertising columns of this paper. Np shrewd merphant hides his light under a bushel,"Whenever hev has(anything qood to offer you, he puts It over his signature In'these columns 'Sothe first tfiing you g�ln by following the-advertising l� a clioipe alvvaya of the best that Is being.offered In'eachi-Hne, And wlten these murohants' reaHae that-so many thousands of you are using their advertising day by day1 as tjie basla for your buying.; ypu may depend upon It they are going to.i itretoh every.ppsslble-^olnt to maintain your interest, f , ^, ' jf youvwlll 'foM?;w- this plan for a shprt 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 booHsjWlll begin to balance, and yob will discover that.you.aVe the'head of a'�.u�c��� l'n�tltut|pn known as avPro�p�rou8 Home. 7. ;