Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWO V FARMLANDS FOR SALE �S3r * FARM LANDS FOR SALE K. HALF SEC. 20, T. 6, R. IS, ONE mile south ot New Dayton; nil has been steam plowed nnd cultivated; 133.25 per acre; $2750 cash, balance 8 years at 5%. Produced 45 bus. In'1915.16. CARMANGAY-BARONS- Sections 4, 6, 6. 9, 16, 17. IS Township 13, Rge. 23 west of 4th. Some ot these sections- improved and others unimproved-. 3 miles from Barons and Carinn-~r\y. Price and terms on appllrr nn. FOREMOST-Section 11-6-12, unimproved, miles from Foremost; $19 per acre; $1000 cash, balance crop payments. Very best section of land. STOCK RANCH. 3S40 ACRES DEED-ed land, fenced and cross fenced; well watered with springs and creeks, some buildings; $16 acre; terms. Three sections of lease goes with this'. ' We are selling Land-Send us your Listings. J. HARRIS & COMPANY Farm Land Department Phone 1412. Lethbridge & Calgary 5S-0 FARM LANDS FOR SALE \i SECTION EAST OF WILSON Stl> JNG; 513 per acre; small cash payment. % SECTION IN THE BARONS District; $16 per acre. S. W. % 23-10-15, WEST 4th; $1350 cash. NORTH % 16-11-21, WEST 4th; $16 per acre; small cash payment. Listing--, of Farm Lands wanted. Money tc loan on improved Farm and City Property at 8%. R. V. GIBBONS A CO. Balmoral Block. Phone 1191 41-0 FOR SALE $700 CASH BUYS SECTION IM-. proved land about a mile from elevator, good water, etc. Crop payment Price $31 per acre. N. W. % 24-14-23, CHAMPION-CAR-mangay district; cash and crop . payment, $21. $3500 BUYS 480 ACRES 34-13-21; 200 acres summer fallow; price $21 per acre. (Produced 18 bus. per acre In 1914.) DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY Next Merchants Bank 57-0 WE SAVE YOU MQNEY \ OH WEARING APPAREL& SHOES FOR YOURSELF & FAMILY HENNESEY & WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. The Bulldogs Are Coming! FARM LANDS WANTED WANTED - To rent an improved wheat farm for the coming season. If yo.u have one, write A. J. Peterson, Route 2, Box 63, Isanti, Minnesota, 54-6 Ads Fon this Faos Must bb'| in Office bv 10.46 a.m., to Appear same day. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 95c. , aw INBBIITION for 25 worm OB IiKdS-0 TIMES .for, THE PRICE of four. �X. MONDAY. FEBRUARY* 19, 1917 i.*J liiiil' i ' "T 'i i i^Wr1'ftNsBMtlnrt PROFESSIONAL CARDS WANTED-Man with 8 years ranching experience, wants to lease ranch, dairy ranch preferred; would buy interest In stock and give owner a good deal. Write H. Garrison & Sons, 517 6th Street S., Lethbridge. 58-6 LAND FOR SALE When Replying ' Mention *The Herald. SITUATIONS VACANT | FOR SALE-Miscellaneous When Rtplytng Mention The- HeralJ. When Replying Mention The Herald. WANTED-To hear from owners of land for sale; also city -property, dwellings and vacant lots. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Block. 35-0 i FOR SALE-145 acres of land 1 mile, wiwt of Lethbridge, with 8 roomed i hou&e. large barn and chicken houses, t Pr. :e |25 per acre; easv terms. Apply Mrs. M. J-ihnson. Coalhurst. Alta. 28-0 LANDS WANTED-"We are situated In the centre of the best wheat land district In Alberta; See us for good deals. Listings wanted. Grant & Moir, Financial Agents, Barons, Alta. 301-0 TO RENT When Replying Mention Tho Herald. FOR SALE-Two Farm Land snaps, 320 acres being the north half Sec. 31, Tp. 7, Rge. 18, at �13.00 per acre; section 30, Tp. 7. Rge. It. at $8.00 per acre. Easy terms on both the above. Wilson & Skelth. Sherlock Bldg. 44-0 TO RENT-Comfortably furnished bedroom, suitable for lady or gentleman. Close in. Apply Herald Office, Box 36... "i 55-6 FOR SALE-640 acres northeast of Claresholm, improved, 200 acres summer fallowed, 250 in stubble, all fenced, good water and fine 'buildings. Must be sold at once, Price ?35 per acre. $5000 cash, balance arranged. T. M. Huff. Room 10, Alberta Block. Lethbridge. _ : 54-12 WANTED-Good cook for ranch at once. Apply 610 10th St. S_ 53-0 WANTED^YounF gi?i' housework. Apply Soulh. to assist in 302 12th Street 68-3 POP. SALE-Excelsior Autoeycle New .17-3 Models Some snap* in sec end hand machines. M. Priest, stent, fill 6�h St. S. JW TO RENT-Comfortable room to "mt tor gentlemen, close in, 516 6th -Si.., South. 4'4) TO RENT-Furnished rooms in mod-era house. 642 5th St. S, or phone 1296. ! . 54-6 TO RENT-Storage space for' all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay & Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone 732 229-4 TO RENT-Buildings known as Hill-crest pool hall, suitable also for general stores. Open for tenders for same to Feb. 28, 1917. Apply Francis Lote, Secretary Miners' Union, Hillcrest, Alta. 54-6 TO RENT-In the Connaught Mansions, large furnished front room (two beds), hot and cold water, every, convenience. Apply to Victoria Mansions Office, 9 to 11 or 1 to 5. Phone 636. 59-0 FOR SALE-320 acres being the north' half of Section 13. and 320 acres be-, ing the north half of Section 14 in Tp. | 6, Rge. 14, west of the 4th M, for sale at $12.50 per acre. This land lays within two miles of Skiff, Alta. Will sell separately. Filteau & Hewer, Grain Exchange, Calgary,_58-3 FOR SALE-Vulcan Wheat Lands. The district where World's Record-have been broken. Everyone talks about Vulcan farm lands. There are none better and few as good. If you are wanting land in this wonderful district see. Arthur Mitchell & Co., Vulcan, Alberto. 52-24 FOR SALE-Section 17-12-15, West 4th Mer. 320 acres fenced, 4 miles to railroad. Reasonable cash payment, balance to suit buyer. $13.00 per acre, at 6%. Address the owner, J.B. Martin Sherwood, N. D. 52-8 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-1080 acres on Willow Creek, west of Claresholm, six to seven hundred acres improved, some summer fallowed, fenced and cross-When Replying Mention The Herald. ! fenced, good water and plenty of buildings. Price $25.00 per acre, good terms, might lease to good party. T. M. Huff. Room 10. Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 54-12 WANTED-Competent general ser-vant. Apply 527 14th St. South, 58-12 WANTED - Experienced "dry goods clerk. State age, experience and salary wanted. Thos. M. Burnett, Belle- vue, Alta. _ 54-6 WANTEr>-Experienced stenographe-for law office: Apply R. A. Smith Rdyal Bank Building, City.__62-0 WANTED--Competent stenographer; capable of taking charge of office. Apply Box_13 Herald.____53-Ox WANTED-Boy to make himself useful on farm; good home; state wages. Apply Box 50 Grassy Lake. 58-6 WANTED-A competent general, servant'for family of three, highest wages, willing to go to Calgary. Apply to Mrs. C. Morris, ,1233 5th Ave. South._ _ 58-Q WANTED-Teacher with 1st or 2nd class-certificate for Rose Butte S. J>. No. 1306, duties to commence March 1st. Apply stating salary to John A. Cox, Sec, Nobletord. 58-6 FOB SALE-Buggy and harness. Apply 242 13th St. North. 58-2 FOR SALE-One only plate glass sil ent salesman. In first class shape. Apply Hayr Hardware Co. _55-0 FOR SALE-Ford car, 6 passenger. 1916 model. Box 14 Herald. 68-2 FOR SALE-A collapsible baby buggy in good shape, was new last August. Price $5.00. Apply 1101 11th St. S. 59-Ox FOR SALE-One Hart-Parr gas tractor, seven plows, breaker and stubble bottoms; just overhauled throughout. Engine can be seen at Lethbridge Iron Works,' Enquire Farmers' Lumber Co. for terms. Phone 516. 58-6 FORTs'ALE-Mason & RIsch used player piano. This piano is in fine walnut caBe and we will sell it for $495 on terms. Mason & Risen Ltd., Balmoral Block. 58-1 f >tJ>BRIJBTtW' ' ' H. D.-f ROB(NS0N;V B. A., LL.B., Bar-rlster.s Solicitor, etc., Etzlkora, Alberta ,-; -r 5-, v\ - - - --44.24 SHEET METAL WORKERS THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO^-Sheet Metal Workers, Furnaces and Genera) tl&sniltliloc. Phone 1087; rear Stafford Bldok.. 302-0 MEDICAL , '�'il DR. W.. 8. GALBHAITH-^Phystelan Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third ATeoue. Phone 1253. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS, & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locksV repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery rSpfilred,, lawn mowers Sharpened. D. E.' McDonald, Indian Motbrcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 407 ' 6th St. S. .! V .. . FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay, Grain and Potatoes in oar lot or less.. See us before buying or selling. Established ten years. We are in touch with the best markets. F. O. Hyde & Co., Phone 1244. : WANTED-For Brazeau Collieries; Limited, Nordegg, Alberta: Experienced contract pick miners; experienced mine drivers; one experienced plumber, agreement wages paid.' 57-3 WORLD'S RECORD MARQUIS SEED WHEAT for sale; grown by C. S. Noble, Esq.. Nobleford. Prices on application. American Whito Banner Seed Oats, 85c bushel. Agents J. Harris ft Co., Phone 1412 Lethbridge; M*466 Calgary. 33-0 WANTED-Experienced couple ' for grain ranch. Man for general work, woman to cook for three. Separate furnished \ h'^vse, permanent .. position. Good wages. Address, Herald, Box 25. . 59-r6 FOR SALE-Come and see this lovely Doherty Organ, in Walnut case. The price is only $30.00. Mason. & Risch, Ltd. 59-1 FOR SALE-Fresh milk cow.. Phone Rural 114 or apply Knight's farm, 1% miles north of Experimental Farm. 53-6 WANTED-At once, two experienced Ford mechanics. Apply Ford Garage. 69-0 FOR SALE-A large house in first class condition, close to Central school; a real bargain if taken at once. Write owner for terms. Box', 12, Herald. 53-6 NOTICE APPLICATION FOR LEASE OF ROAD ALLOWANCE OR SURVEYED HIGHWAY * Nixon of Clarinda. P. O., has made, application to the Minister of Public Works, Edmonton, for a lease of the following road allowance or surveyed highway, viz., Between the East Half of Section 28 and the West Half of Section 27; Township 1, Range 13, West of 4th M; Any protest against the granting of the above mentioned lease must be forwarded to the Minister of Public Works,;.Edmonton, within thirty days from the date of this notice. �'�'-B. V. NIXON, r Applicant. February 6th, 1917. 58-r3 FOR SALE-Hotel or 16 room3, only one in town, no opposition, doing fine business. Good reason , for selling. Price $1500 cash. Apply Box 26, Herald. __42-0 FOR- SALE - Six-roomed house on south .side,, half block from car line, fully modern, with two lots, good-chicken run and chicken house. Take one-third cash or would take a, good .tei .4flr ;autpmobile.5., Bf^ce^eaax.' Herald. .. 65-6 'FOR SALE-Hotel of 16 rooms, all I furnished, doing a good business; is "rented for $40 per month; owner will talce $500 down, balance small month-' ly�payments. Write at once. This is a snap. Address J. P. Doherty, Milk River, .Alberta. _56-6 Corporation of the City of Cranbrook WANTED-Applications will he received by the undersigned for the position of night constable. Applicants vfill kindly state experience and salary required.' Applications to be in the- hands of the undersigned not later than Feb. 25th. T. M. ROBERTS, Ad: T. City Clerk. TBS "BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM in-'Calgary for selling farms or businesses is the Calgary News-Telegram. Cash rates? for "Farms For Sale," "Business Opportunities," and all Want Ads: lc a word, one day; 2c a word, three days; 3c a word, six days (%c a word additional insertions). Send stamps or post office money order with your ad to News-Telegram, Calgary. ..'., ^sj X/sS DO NT ^-FORGET ^ fS^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please noNFy [CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardSfutchbury, ffegt OR JOIN THE NAVY Canadian Coasts Must Be Protected V Men Urgently Needed t Pay; $1.08 per day and upwards. .Experience quite unnecessary but men with sea' experience especially wanted. Reiruits from 18 to 42 taken. Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve victoria- Mansions, Lethbridge. 49-2f Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER, Secretary The men who have fought, and are fighting our battles, deserve consideration to a superlative degree at the hands of those who did-not go to the front. A debt is due them that money cannot pay, but that can be met in part by a due appreciation aai * proper attitude towards them for their galiantry and self-sacrifice. . ' Find out what jobs are vacant in lypur community. Make it a matter of -pride for employers to give the first wiance to a returned soldier. Elncour-ffee the men to get back' to work. Loafing is bad for them, as it is for .w/iv of us. If you are an employer, giv6 the returned soldier a fair show. It inay take a little time for them to get 'their bearings. Have patience with ihem, and encourage them-they have ^.'""-rea � so' much toff you; Be in � position to advise the returned soldier where to go in case of need. If ,'ypu see one in any difficulty, try to help him out, or go with him where he can get proper attention. Help the Web' who' Tiave "helped -you; * '--�) NOTICE NOTICE Is hereby given that application will be made to The Legislative Assembly at Its present sittings for an Act-to incorporate The Farmers' Fire and Hail Company, with power to carry on the business of Fire Insurance, Hail Insurance, Accident Insurance, Live Stock Insurance, Fidelity Insurance, Sickness Insurance, Liability Insurance, Plate Glass Insurance, Tornado Insurance, and the power to act as Agents representing other companies of like nature, iwith Incidental powers and to reinsure , other ^companies' risks and "all things relating to such insurance business. ^ S. S. DUNHAM, Solicitor for Matthew Pitt Johnston, Gerald Furby Bletcher, Clarence Erving Prosser, Orrin B. Edgett, Ad. X. Incorporators. FOR SALE-South half sec. 18-11-21, 10 miles north of Lethbridge; level, unimproved and,first, class land; $21 per acre. For terms etc.', write Mil-ner, Stanbury, Mana^tar ft Stevenson, agents, gen, del., Lethbridge. 56-75 FOR SALE-1,60 acres in B.. C. 25 acres cultivated. C. P^. R. rjihs'through it. Plenty of water, six Imiles from town on govt. road. Will sell at r bargain. Also 11 acres between Flagstone and Gateway at half price. Also; 4 acres and 7-room house in town of Coaldale at a snap price. Address, p.o Box-694, Cranbrook. 62-30: LAND FOR SALE-A genuine snap, must be sold; 1200 acres choice black loam, no better, 5 mileB from town, 17 miles from Calgary; all fenced and croBS fenced; two springs running water summer and winter;,. land is rolling-, some hush on one section, no stones. First class stock and farming proposition.' Price $13 per acre. This is a chanco for the man who knows. Apply to owner, C. J. Harden, Alta. Stock Yards, Calgary. 56-12 WANTED-Returned soldier or man ineligible for service; married man preferred, no children, as assistant undertaker. Apply T. S. Fetterly, Undertaker. 56-H) WANTED-Bookkeeper with some experience in stenography; Apply by letter stating salary expected to Box 15 Herald. ; , '66-0 WANTS!)-Good canvasser, experience not necessary; good money; per' manent positionifor right man; nut, have some selling ability. . Box 2 Hei-ald office. 4U-0 FOR SALE-*-5 passenger, 30 horse Case'touring car, good condition; or chassis would make good truck. Thos. Qulrin, John Deere Plow Co. 66-6 FOR' SALE-10 R. C. Rhode Island Red cockerels, including my first prize winner at Lethbridge. Prices from $3 to $10. No better in Alberta. See them' and be convinced. Sam Helwlg, 316 14th Street South. 56-6 FOR SALE-One email electric light outfit, consisting of gasoline engine, dyiamo and switchboard complete. Good to run a moving1 picture and give 200 lights bes'defs. Full particulars and price on ipq.uest. Macaroni Factory. Lethbridge, Alta. 55-6 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL, i Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell. we wiljl mail you our Weekly Market Card on request., ' 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lsthbrldge : .� : Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd. Mar., Ret. Phone StS M. R Haiell, Aeet, Res. Phone 17SS ELKS CLUB Alberta Block. Reading Room, Writing Room, Bit Hards. - Regutar meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursdays. ' Visiting members welcome. , W. J. Armstrong, Alberta Bloefc . Exalted Ruler. O. B. F.dgstt, Room 4, Albert* Block, -.. Secretary. WANTED Voting men are Wanted at once to Join the Canadian Army and Navy Forces (Overseas Service.) All information re-garding any branch can be obtained by applying to'Fred W. 'Downer,, at the Recruiting Office,, Victoria 'Mansions. Leth-uridge. -. /- : '' 20-0 DRS, CONNOR, McNALLY #f -JAMIE*;; SON-Office, i'fdr'''BMMtek'''filie'lt:. Telephones: - Office 8191 Residence 619. Office hours: It to 12;,*m.i 1.30 to 3.S0; 7 to I p.m. DRS. DEVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROY A CRAGG. - Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours: 1 to 3. afternoons; 7 to S evenings., Phone 505. Residence phones: Dr. Campbell 1358; Dr. Roy 609; Dr. Cragg 1203. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by BP; pointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 693. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH ft SMITH-Hyrunv Smith and June B. Smith-It you are sick and want to, regain health, take spinal : adjustments and get well. Office in - residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5: 7 to 9. Phone 1677. DENTAL DR. M.- J.' OIBSON-^Dentlst, graduate of Royal: College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phono. 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs.. Cburtice ft Gilchrist)-Or ad . uate.University, ot Maryland. Rooms . 8 and. 9, Macdonald Block. Fnons 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. OR8. MARRB and MARRS-Dentists. Successors" to Drs. Stewart and Hectare. Hours 9 to 6. Office, Hip inbotham Block. Phono 374. ; DR. E. Q. 8lMMOND9r-;D�nttst. mem ber of Royal Cdllege of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Ooliege of Physicians (London). L.D.8., 1900. Hours: 9-12* '-Tirf-l: Office; ;6-8, Hlginbotham Block; Phone 1616. PRIVATE "HOSPITALS . PRIVATE HOSPITAL -> Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private-. Hosplts! and Maternity Honie. 1224 7tO Arenus South. Phone 746.:-EC" ." PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR MATER; NITY CASES. Mrs. S. Helwlg, 316 14th St. S. Phone 739. . . 3-24 THE HOME HERBAL TREATMENT / VlAVl ��: ; (for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. o; ThomM. Room 3, New Dominion'Block, LOST AND FOUND When Replying Mention The Herald. LOST-On Feb. 11, a tire holder with rim and also license No. 1246, below brick yard. Reward on return to Herald.__^_54-6 LOST-Mink muff on auto road between Lethbridge and Pincher Creek. Liberal reward for return to Mrs. E. C. Peck, Pincher Creek. 68-0 LOST-On Feb. 17, one bob-tail English sheep dog, long hair and tsrap around neck; one big grey dog with extra long hair. Notify Clint Luckey, or phone 1053. 59-6 WAInTKD AT ONCE-250 loggers, teamsters, millmeu, axemen and saw-, yersifor forestry, workToyerseas;;..iEx-tra pay will be [authorized from time operations are begun overseas. Regular pay and allowances of C.E.-F. units while mobilizing in Canada. Relaxations from...' ordinary physical standards as laid down tor infantry. For full particulars and information apply Headquarters Forestry Com: pany, Room 26 Alberta Block, Calgary Alta. 58-m The Bulldogs Are' Coming I FOR SALE CHEAP or will consider exchange deal'for live stock or bigger rig: l,25,h.p. Titan pas tractor, 1 new Racine separator,' 28x48 ins., and 6 engine gang'plows. All in first "class condition and running order, and but slightly used. Owner requires larger outfit. The Sick Farniing Co., Ltd., New Dayton. _� _58-6 FOR SALE-^1916 model 5 passenger Ford car; has fieen u3ed very little, in excellent condition, with few ex-tras. If you are contemplating buying a Ford see this one. Price $425. P.O. Box 138 City. 58-6 ; jSITUATIOr WANTED U When Replying Mention. The 'Herald SITUATION WANTED-A competent carpenter seeks' employment erecting farm buildings, day or contract.; Box 38 Herald.__ 56--6 WANTED-A discharged soldier~of the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders wishes kalsomlning, house painting, auto or carriage painting. Joseph Wear, general delivery, City. 60-0 WANTED-Work by day week or month by capable housekeeper. Apply Mrs. Mason, C14 7th Ave. S., corner 7th Street. 49^-0 WANTED TO RENT LOST-White Pomeranian dog, answers to Laddie; escaped from Lethbridge baggage room Feb. 6th. Finder return to baggage master. Reward $5.00. 55-6 LOST-Five horses with halters. Owner Gust Anderson, two dark bays, white, faces, one roan, one brown, one bay. Reward for recovery. Kindly/ notify A. Palmer, Enchant. 69-6 AUCTION SALE OF BULLS ANp STALLIONS J, H'. PATRICK � 80NS Wiy piler for sale by auction at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Leth-i bridge, on WED., MARCH 14 At One o'clock Two carloads of Registered Shorthorn and Hereford Bulls. Also two Clyde Stallions, bred from imported sires and dams. G. H. PATRICK & 80NS LOST OR STRAYED-One bay mare, weighs about 1050 lbs., white spot .on fnfehead and one white hind foot, branded on right thigh. One gray mare, weighs 1050, branded, on right thigh. .One dark _ brown, almost black, coming 2 year old. No visible brand, 2 suckling colts, 1 mare colt, both-mares are short and blocky built, both had halters on when they left. Five dollars' reward for each or $25.00 fdr the five for information leading to their recovery. Nlm Woolard, Warner, Alta. ^'59-6 WANTED-One of our directors is representing us in a good American market and has advised that he can place at a good figure any strictly No. One White or Red Potatoes we send him. U. S. refrigerator cars are available. We will, if you wish, pay spot cash when car is loaded and assume all further risk. ' Farm Products Ltd., 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777. Res. Phone 365. 46-0 LOST-1 brockey faced red cow, branded � B on right hip, and 1 bald faced red calf branded H K T left ribs. Thought to be in Raymond or Magrath districts. $15 reward for information to Sick Farming Co., New Dayton. 58-6 L06T OR STRAYED-From my farm 6 miles S. E. of Lethbridge, 1 red 2 year old muly steer, 1 black 2 year old muly steer, 1 red and white 2 year old steer, all branded on risht ribs also brand on right side L T, Information of their where-jEjs^gabouts will be gladly received, and proper reward given for their return. Section of farm land for sale on easy terms, or for rent. Phone or write S. S. Dunham, Lethbridge, or J M. Reding, Lethbridge. 51-C LOST-A brindle half Jersey heifer, two years old; branded B D with Bar above on left ribs; $5 reward for information leading to recovery. D. H, Bingham, Magrath, Alta. 50-12 The Bulldogs Are Coming! WANTED-Nicely furnished room by gentleman. Rental and other particulars^ to_Box 8_ Herald. 58-6 WANTED^Three or four room cottage, centrally located. Apply Box 47 Herald. 68-0 WANTED-To rent, furnished room, close in, must be comfortable. References given if required. Apply Box 42 Herald. 58-2 MISCELLANEOUS When Replying Mentlun The Herald WANTED^Two dozen Leghorn hens and a turkey gobbler. Apply Box 4 Herald._______58-1 PHONE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION Rooms if you have any furniture you wisti to dispose of. Weekly auction sales held in the rooms, Dominion Block.____59-6 WANTFX)-To buy. a second hand buggy and a second hand auto in good condition. Letters to Van Gaalen, box 29. Herald. _ 59-2 WANTED-Torrent piano by responsible party; will protect same by insurance. Apply Box 42 Herald. 58-2 WANTED-A proivf"wpII dr-illing~out-flt; could get several wells tp drill In this district; Orton. near Macleod. Apply to Chas. Wood, Orton P. O. 57-6 WANTED-A worlT team and harneB? for general farm work, between 1200 and 1300, quiet, not over six years old. Apply Malone & Wright, Room 3, Hull Block. 57-6 HENDER80N. REI^ AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants. Acadia Building, Third Ave. 8. Lethbridge ' Winnipeg and,' Medicine Hat Everything in Accountancy/Audits, Investigations, Books kept, or written ;up' for Firms and Partnerships. ' SPECIALTIES Municipal, . Lumber, Mining. Manufacturing; Wholesale and Retail Accounting: . Resident Partner, ROBT. J*. RITCHIE PATER80N Chartered Accountant (Scot.) The Nursing Mission Provides visiting'nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the circumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared'for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For -further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, Grad, Nurse. v"iVilss) Bessie. Cook, Grad. Nurse POTATOES WANTED-Furniture in any quantity, will pay snot cash or sell on commission. Wadditigton, Auctioneer, Dominion Block. 53-6 LAND TO RENT TO RENT-Improved half section, being west half of Sec. 16-8-9, or will sell on crop payments or exchange for Lethbridge property. Address Dr. Rusk, Veterinarian, Lethbridge, Alta. 64-6 WANTED-To buy, a good light Brahma cockerel or rooster. Please write E. Haines, P. O. Box 632._ 64-6 CASH ~ B'OR YOUR FURlTiTURE^r Send in your furniture to my auction rooms for inclusion in my weekly sale Spot cash either before or after sale. I can please you either way. Frank Waddington, Auctioneer, Dominion Block. _63-6 ] "~ The Bulldogs Are Coming! WANTED-500 acres of breaking in Coaldale district. We , have a first class steam outfit and can do this work for you. Prices reasonable. Apply J. Harris & Co., Phone 531. 56-6 The Bulldogs Are Comingi WANTED-To buy ti second hand' stock saddle in good condition, weight about 40 pounds. Name best price Box 34 Herald. 37-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES! ,aHO ALL KINDS OF ELEC-v.. TRICAL WORK. W.L. MffKenzie & Co. PHONe 637 718 3rd Ave. S, , G. P. Deardorff Farm Sales :: Livestock AUCTIONEER P. O. Box 650, or Enquire - STRONG * OOWLER .e^hbtidge,�A!ta. BEFORE YOU SELL OUT see me There is no need to accept small prices for your goods. I have the customers waiting. Good crowd of buyers meet at my auction rooms each week. Waddington, Auctioneer, Do minion Block. 53-C DON'T SACRIFICE your goods. Mj rooms are open daily for the reception of goods for inclusion in my weekly auction sales. You can be sure of a good price, If you prefer cash we can strike a bargain. No haggling Waddington the auctioneer. . 69-6 WANTED-Furniture and noods o: every description. Spot cash paid or auction sale arranged. Waddington, Dominion Block. Twenty years an auctioneer. Experience counts. 69-6 For Sale A few- thoroughbred .:',: White Rock cockerels;,will ilso have*1 latter part -.- of March day-old chicks and hatching ems from pr i se winning-White'Hock and White Wyandotyes. Order early. Apply ' 701 5th Avenue South: 63-6 BOULTON'S 'AUTO LIVERY Closed and heated cars for country trips. 4 We make a specialty of lios-fltsl (Alls. Quick Service-Careful Drivors '�' Hurry calls at night answered vomptly. Try us. i. DAY OR NIGHT PbQue 1200 UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERLY-Leading FutaeraJ Director and Embalmer. Office opposite Court House. Phone 66i. Residence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176. Open day and night,' '/' ��'J_ MacKAY A MacKAV-r (Successors to S. Y. Hurst)-Embalmers , and Funeral Directors. Office and Residence 803 ,T)�ird Avenue South. Telephone 1802. Open day and night: Motor car added to equipment. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Piano forte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon,: of pupils entered for the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal' College of Music, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were successful. Studio 623 9th Street S. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-eTeacner of Piano, Harmony and Theory.. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black-hoard, keyboard, scale ladder,' modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. , DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decorators, Paperbangers and Painters; Kalsomlning, General. Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates siren. The oldest established- painters in Lethbridge. Res: Phone ,1472; office phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge.. Alta. ;! ~~ EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- . 411 8th Street 8., Lethbridge. Hours I Day School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p.m. Office open till 5 p.m. Night School Monday and Thursday Evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses in bookkeeping, stenography and practical English. Business phone 1315, Residence phone 1531. ' � � � , ' WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - The modern method of jUhitlns metals 1 by heating without, hammering or compression. If it's ^metal- we can weid it. The piece will be strongest where it is welded. W. N. Kutl), 321 ' 6th Stpeet- SojHh#!|ex.t to .Herald. WELOING3-Castlnfs and Forfinge welded and reinforced;'869. � >- BHOE^EP^i)^^^ SHOE. REPAIfilNG**Phone" i?iT:^for your' shoe ' repairs. r Work done promptly. Orders called for And delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th [eAvenue South. .;'. V.. . PIANO TUNING Gi'H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ .Repairer; 20 years' factory lexpprience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn.; London, England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ave. A. South. , FRENCH DRY CLEANING THE VALET-Specialists in Frehch Dry Cleaning. Our process /eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. Immediate attention is given to country orders: 324 6th 'Street South. Phone 181?. TRY A HERALD WANT AO.