Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAOR TWO THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. FKBIUJAUY 25, 1H1R CLASSIFIED ADS. Tell them You Saw it The Herald' CLASSIFIED ADS NOW IS THE OPPORTUNE TIME TO SELL YOUR HATCHING EGGS. . i.j^n-iKD Ans. fois Tins P.*cue AIusx Be in Ovkicb bt IQAb a.m.. to ArPKAn Same Day.-25c ax Insbrtiox foii 25 Words or Lkss-- Six Times von Price op Pour M U S T B E P A J D IN ADVANCE :: YOU WILL GET A BUYER THROUGH A LITTLE WANT ADVERTISEMENT. . FARM LANDS FOR SALE �S3> R. LAND BUYER 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 i CON2ET & KARREN Room 7 Shepard Block Phone 379. 37-*>J HOW'S THIS 6-10 acres. 5S0 acres cultivated. 1�0 acres summer-fallowed. Chocolate loam soil, "-room house, plastered. Stable HOxSrt. Blacksmith shop cost $."50.00. Chicken coop, cost $1SO.OO. Oat bin 16x24. Buggy shed. Granary. iK'OO bushels. Fine grove trees. Build.'ngs all painted. Price 523.00 per acre. $4,500 cash. Balance easy terms. Reason for selling, going into business. LAND FOR SALE 4S0 ACRES lying stra-lghr east XoMeford. six miles from elevator. Choice wheat lands, every aer FC)R~~SAbE-Improved half""sectinn t seven miles from Noblet'ord at $35 ah | ncre on terms. Pophum & Mn>\ Barons, Alta. 59- ro'ir^SAblO-S� aci^s~alTTiilable; 7 miles from Lethbridge. shac!:.' h�� SIlTtJATIONS VACANT When K�i>.ly!nK Mention Th. Cor- wheat laud and steam plow "prop* i A'A*l\V�f}_9UW*:. .A,ta'. _�?LC. Price $25.00 per acre; $1.- I'OR SALE-2$ acres choice fruit land con-' or will exchange for farm lands or city '.'20.00 cash, balance C. P. R. property. Clear title. All lake front in WANTKD4-Servant ror general housework. No cooking, 422 6th Ave. S., J H. Goodman. 20-0 WA NTOD I op a t r~uau ~fOr* farulturo. One with own tools preferred. Apply ttnwctan Bros. r>7-0 WANTED-Competent woman or girl to take care of baby 15 months old for two weeks. Dox .1, Herald. .Btf-G V^ASWD-lieiiahie yor~^nTol5oiTaT j tor child for 6 months, from April or May on. Apply at once Hinting terms lo ftdx 6, Herald Offf.ce. * 03-0 WAXTKT)~-GirJ for general housework on farm. Permanent position to right party. Wages $35. Mrs. B. a. Pawsou. Coaldale. Phone It 704. GUI + W A XTM^^jady^e^irToT^fug aud j HtlP WAMTeD ...... t I f ** ******** * m ut * a11 |ai�*-� ****** HI-lOnitMlM �.....t|tll^�iMImiftintiit,tiilMW|1 "'�111 �HM** � * t * III ;_L'ake^ _ 1 Allin Co.. Ud. __G.U) l!> years. io^l^1 ^ AL E-"T h (�" X".''1 i Section j W ANTE JJ-C apa hie" woman'"or Tirilor mo ACRKS-2 1-2 miles from thej'Y* 1 "wnsdwp o. Range 1 ~>. West of 4th I cownsife of Legion. This is one 0f^!cndt*u- within ^ mile of Conrad sta- ihe best sections of land on the : "on'.TIus is'an unimproved u seeiion. Lerhbridge-Wevburn line, beine all i \fr l"rther information apply to E. 3. first class and a steam plow propo* j c llUT>'� 610 Maclean Blk.. Calgary.^ sition. Price $22.50 per acre: will______^__Gl-3c take cottage in city valued at ?2000fKOR SALE-Half section to trade for.! in exchange, small amount of cash, j city houses. 17S acres ready for crop. general house work op farm, good wages and good home to right party. Apply at once to Van Haarlem's Hon- � PJ^Rool[n "* 12-4 16.00 per acre, easy terma to I AMH RnO CAIF Ithe mau tliat wil1 improvo them. Win. LrtllU TUA JrtLL ! Ingram, care of Alberta Securities, phone 44-24 -On or about March 1st. Good strong niiddlQ^aged woman, ac-cu3tmoed to farm life, comfortable home, fair wages. Family of two. For particulars apply J. G. Harper, Conservatory of Music Bldg. 64-0 Want To Sell Your �J Automobile * Many people want to buy a secoh'd hand auto and look to the ads. in this ^aper for any that may be for sale. Just run an ad. for a week and learn the number of inquiries you will get. All the buyers will know you have an auto for elevator. 53S.0O steam plow land, ready for wheat. ready seeded will pay half for this farm. CARMANGAY: South half of 5-13-24-W.4 M. All ready for seeding. No better half in the . grain country. This has been farmed profitably by the Noble Foundation Limited *or the past 5 years. Price $50.00 per j acre. I CALGARY: 1920 acres mixed ranch ] miles from city limits on lower Banff road, same distance from treet car line. Well fenced and cross fenced. Well watered with springs and small lakes, and grows very heavy grass affording an abundance of winter feed. Will easily accommodate 300 head of stock at any time. Being very close to Calgary market would be ideal for full blood fttock. There are 170 acres under cultivation, and seventy-five to eighty per cent of the land can be cultivated. There are $20,000 worth of newly built buildings on the ranch including a very modern home jvith first class water system, steam neat and electric light. There are 300 head of very carefully selected* cattle on the ranch, including 80 head i of this year's calves which can be had together with alfc necessary j equipment for working the ranch if required. Price $32.00 per aero; JOBLEFORD: 480 acres 5 miles from Nobleford on graded road. This is a real farm. 300 acres ready for crop. Good house, barn and other buildings. Water. Price $23,000. $.9400 cash, balance $3000.00 yearly at S per cent. J. HARRIS & CO., Farm Lands. Nobleford. Phone 1 52-0 j to Conrad. $15^er acre; terms. 113S0 ACRES, raw land In 6-14, 3 miles I to Skiff. $21 per acre; terms. 1640 ACRES, raw land, \� mile from railroad, in 6-14, $21 per acre; crop payment. i 320 ACRES, raw Jam5 In 6-14. $11 per acre; $2 per acre cash; 5 years at 6%. 040 ACRES, raw land south of Grassy Lake; $25 per acre, $2.50 per acre cash; 10 years at 6%. 160 ACRES, raw rand, south of Grassy Lake; 10 per acre. FOR SALE-U section highly improved. 150 acres ready for wheat, l1," miles from oer acre. -Section no stone. 80 acres $20.00 per acre. FOR SALE-Two registered PereJi-eron stallions. Prize winning ancestors. Rising three and five years. TO TRADE-Producing city' property for cews. horses or farm implements. , Halmora* Block, Lethbridje, j 1245, or evenings 4S0. WOULD YOU LIKE $1 TO $2 daily at home, knitting war socks on Auto ! Knitters? Experience unnecessary. Send 3-cent stamp Department 71*, C. ( Auto Knitter , Company, College St., Toronto. Ad X PATTERSON McKINNON AGY. Union Bank Bldg. 415 3rd Ave. S. ' 59-G FOR SALE-Sacrifice. Irrigated farm. $62.50 per acre, $4,500.00 cash down, balance long terms. Good buildings, hay and summer fallow. S miles from Lethbridge. Wm. Ingram, care Alberta Securities Ltd.. Balmoral Block, Le:hbridge. Phone evening* 480. 61-tt FOR SALE-640 acres, all fenced,. 160 acres ready for the seeder. 25 in stubble, two miies from a good live town, with consolidated school. Price $33.00 per acre. I pr-r r-mt ; per rem summer fallow, no buildings*. $72.GO per acre. $2.0uo iash down, bal- ance long terms, 7 mil^s from Leth-. bridge. Wm. ingrain, rare Alberta J Securities. Ltd.. Balmoral Block, Leth-. bridge. Phone evenings 480. 61-6 ; POK_SAlSl)R"f RADE-StoclTranch , 160 acres deeded land, 1000 acres pea : vine grazing land jolria 160 acres re- THE INVESTMENT OF THE HOUR 320 ACRES pasture and prairie, river frontage.-$12.50. 320 ACRES level wheat loam, 3 miles from city, $35 per acre. $1,000 cash, 2% interest 1st and 2nd year. 6% 3rd and 4th year, balance 17 yearly payments. 640 ACRES finest of wheat land, convenient to city and close to elevators. $35 per acre. Cash $3,000, balance half crop. I 5000 ACRES choicest grazing in South- ! ern Alberta. Cattle prairie fed aver- 1 aging 1700 lbs. each, produced on :t. I Sell one or more sections, $17. | Money to loan on improved farms and City Property. linq'uishment can be homesteaded if taken quick. 4 nyles from C. NT. R. station, i-4 mile to school. P. O. Box by paying interest on balance at 'J, si.il Lethbridge. $1,000 takes it. 62-6 per cent. Purchaser can take 10 years to pay from time he takes up option, t'nlimited range, 20 acres of this place is rented to gardeners at $12.50 per acre cash rent. All can be irrigated. : FOR SALK-320 acres unimproved, $32.00. ?G4n.OO cash; 160 acres, unimproved, *:!2.00. $320.00 cash, balance .crop payment, near Wilson; 350 acres, ,aii ready for crop, S5 WANTED-Farmers and farmers' flons, don't remain idle all whiter. Help will be scarce next summer. You can Jearn to operate and repair 1 tractor engines and automobiles In i four to six week3 tinfo at Hemphill's Government Chartered Motor Schools at Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton or Winnipeg. Attend t^o nearest branch. 290-0 COX & COMPANY. Phone 1803, Lethbridge. 63-6 LAND FOR SALE 0.00, $2500.00 cash, J I balance easy terms, near Coaldale. MVm. Ingram, care of Alberta Securities, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 'Phone evenings iso. ' RANCH ~TOR SALE-Containing 880!FOR sale acres, all fenced and sub-divided, open ' springs, .creek running through it. 100 acres under timothy, good meadow and ] AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When Replying Mention The Horaldi | FOR SALE-Chicken hotfse, well built, j papered and Bhingled. Suitable for ; keeping two breeds and can be easily ' move(l- F1lone 117*- FOO"AEF~Off EYCHANGir^FoT farm in Southern Alberta; modern 7 room bungalow, first class In every particular. Close to mountains and beaches. Ideal iocation.teplendid community. For particulars address Owner, Box 135, San Fernando, California. ^OIT" SALl^BafgahT Gentleman's fur-lined overcoat, large fur collar, English beaver shell only used a couple of times, not needed, owners going south, worth $60, sell for $2G. Also lady's quilted lined overcoat with large fur collar, English broadcloth shell, never used, worth ?40, will sell for $12.50. Also set of lady's furs, latest New York style, never used, worth $65 will sell for $25. One set. worth . $35, not been used, will sell for $15. Apply 211 5th Ave. south 64-6 WANTED - Married couple without children want position *on farm by month, with bachelor preferred. Reply stating wages to Box 9, Herald. 60-6 WANTED-By experienced farmer ami stockman, situation on farm for all the season. Can bring four work horses. Apply Box-15, Herald Office. GS-6 WANTED-Position as clerk, in grocery or general store, town or country, or in wholesale house. Wide experience and hustler. Apply Box 10. Herald. 62-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Replying Mention The Herald) WANT TO BUY"-15 or 20 chickens, no matter what kind. W. Birdesheitn, 741 16th St. North. 63-2 WANTED-Two or three more regular customers for new laid eggs. Do not deliver. F. II. Enderton, 318 15th St. N. 59-6 for SALE-Ford roadster, in perfect condition. For cash. Apply Lethbridge iyt^ j Mercantile Cck____J^6 -5-passeuger Ford touring ear in good condition. Can be seen at Henderson Garage. 62^-6 FOR SALE-(Agrlcultural) crop. j4 QUARTERS north of Purple Springs. $7.00 per acre. 320 ACRES east of Warner, $M500.00. 320 ACRES at Conrad, rolling land. $3500, all cash'. 320 ACRES north-east of Wremham. Good land for quick sale. Price $4,-500.00, C2sh. 1S00 ACRES ranch. Warner district. Price $i:i.00 per acre. THESE BARGAINS are on the market only for a few days by up-land hay. Four miles from Forest Reserve. Large modern 7-roomed house, good barn and out-buildings, excellent property lor either cattle or sheep. For particulars apply Maurice S. Wilson, "Key Ranch," Luudbrock. Alberta. 51-25 T. M. HUFF INVESTMENT CO.. Room 10, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 63-0 -I 600 acres ready fur rrop, balance, stub- jble, buildings worth $15,000.00, mach'm-j ery ?7,OOO.oo including engine and sep- ' ' arator. wagons, harness, household : goods, everything goes. This is one i of the most highly improved farms in' Southern Alberta. Natural gas for | heating and electri*: lights, running1 springs, bent of water. , Price $60.00 per acre. $25,fjini.ni> cash, balance 10 years i'>rA. Thin farm will likely pjy .., ,.....-.....3 years. Apply N. 13. Peat ___________' \& Co., 10 McDonald Hlock,'Lethbridge, 7 rooms and ; Alt^. 56-0 ! HAVE AN OPTION on the north V?, township M. range L.i, ,,W. 4th, known as El dredge Bros, ranch, containing 11.5-n acres, which expires with Mar. 17th, UUS. This option was given over a year ago. prior to any advance in land prices. If not sold during the life of this option, it will be withdrawn from the parkot. or re-listed at a much higher price. Present price is a snap. ! A. D. Caircross. Cardston, Alta. SIM'! FOR SALE-1 -2s[) arTes~WlmprovlJd, ! WANTED-500 morb men wanted io learn Automobile Gas-Tractor trade, j day an ' evening classes, at Hemphill's Government Chartered Gas Engine Schools. Our students are taught by actual practice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Tractors, Stationary and Marine Engines Our own Fre^ Employment Office will help you choose a position after com pleting as automobile or truck driver and mechanic or tractor engineer. Writs or call for free catalogue. Hemphill's Motor Schools, 228 0th Ave. East, Calgary, Alta. Branches at Regina. Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Attend the nearest branch to you li90-0 FOR SALE-Cows to freshen next month. Apply independent Meat Market. 62-0 I PROPERTY FOR SALE age and lakes which never go dry., Lots of shelter. 100 acres .summer! 'jT*" R^piyin^ Mention The Hcra^i fallow, 40 acres in fall wheat; 350 ; FOR SALE-Modern house, 6 rooms and bath, in good condition. Price $2,500.00, terms arranged. Apply Box 1 Herald. 62-0 FARM LANDS 480 ACRES, Cardston district, 190 acres under cultivation. 60 acres of this is summer-fallow, 50 acres Timothy, best of soil, abundance oj spring water. Six roomed house, barn 58x42, plenty of other out buildings; 6 mileB from Cardston, iy2 miles from school. Price including 40 head of cattle, mostly cows and heifers, 10 work horses, 4 brood sows, full outfit of machinery. 60 bushels of seed wheat, and household goods. $50.00 per acre. $S,000 cash, balance ar ranged at 7% interest. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS LISTINGS WANTED head cattle, 125 head horses, 6 registered Hereford bulls, l Percheran stallion, first prize winner, Clyde stallion, first prize winner, bunch of hogs and hay feed, seed and complete equipment of ranching and farming machinery. Deeded land has all new fence and cross fence, 3 and ! 4 wires. Good barn and sheds,(cor-ralls. New 10x26 granary, new 16x 28 blacksfhith shop. Good 6 room house and small house for men. E. C. PECK., Owner, 52-0 Box 133, Pincher Creek, Alta. FOR SALE-Fifty-three feet on Eleventh St. S., between 6th and 7th Ave.,' ! splendid residential site, .-fpply r. H-1 �or jtselFin ' McGregor, 321 5th St. S. I HOUSE for "*SALE~ ~ ; bath, on Seventh Ave. a. south, first'" house west of Athletic grounds. Stable 16 x 16, 3torey and a half, on rear of lot. Price $2,700.00 cash. Call or write L. a. Felger, r411. forT^ale- USED CAR SNAPS Ford Touring.............$325.00 Chevrolet Touring........$600.00 j i SHEEP FOR SALE-25 head, one and j two years. Bred owes. Wallace Bart-lett, Elean. or phone R107._0L6 ! ?OIt SALE-Two five-year-old horses, J one broken; one not, suitable for farm ! work. Weight 000 and 1100 lbs. Price $150.00. Phone 1604.____ 60-6 FOR SAi^E-All work 12-25 plowing engine, pulls 4 plows in stubble. Snap if sold at once. Buy this outfit aud i save $500. Apply W. M. Gillelan, 1222 ! 3rd Ave. S., Phono 1449. 63-6 "CT White "Leghorn cockerels, strong and vigorous, $2 and I $2.50 each. Eggs from selected hens $2.00 per netting in March, $1.50 in April. Fred Senior, Box 712, Leth-l bridge 64-6 | FOR" SALE^Several "kerosene*"" tnu> Mors of various makes. Thoroughly ' overhauled and ready to work. You ran save $500.00 or more on any of i hese machines. Auto Repair Shop. 324 11th St. S., rear Y. M. C. A. 62-6 ! FOR"'SALE--S. Chevrolet Winter Car * + .$775.00 UnBCFCWhoicialt and Retail, ISOIo 200 nUllvlaW keadofhlghcla&s Manitoba farm pares and geldlngialwuysonhand. Auction sal*Thi-rsdajB e. w. McLeans sale stables Cor.A.flipgtnn nnri Alexander - Winnipeg WANTED TO BUY-A house without a lot. Want to move onto my own property. Apply Post Office box 746, Lethbridge.____63-6 WANTED-300 acres broken two miles north of Stirling. Level land, no stone. See A. E. Ives, Lethbridge. Phone 767. 61-0 WANT TO BUY-One improved farm with buildings and implements and stock on straight crop payments. Apply Box 2, Herald. 63 ti WANfED-^BO or more^a7red~~Rock or Whlto Wyandottes, pullets or yearling hens. Give beat cash price. V?m. Taylor, Coalhurst, Alberta. 64-6c WE HAVE a first claBro^t~and~caTi break a couple of sections, In one block preferred. Price $5.25 per acre for good land, free from rock. Box 631, phone 1412. 63-0 \VANTED=to lease, Canadian farm of 320 acres or more, suitable for grain ranch, or combination wheat and stock ranch. This is a cash proposition. State terms and improvements. Address Box 50, the Tribune, Great Falla. Montana. 63-3 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P.M., 469. WANTED TO RENT (When Replying Mention The Herald) TO RENT BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY 8-0 TENDERS the LOST AND FOUND tvhen R�plytnz Mention The Her&ld. STRAYED-On my farm, gray mare and colt. No visible brand. I. Hamilton, Coaldale. 64-1 LOST- xX- mond. ______________________ t -Two 4-year-old heifers branded ; on right ribs. Suitable reward for information leading to re-eoverv. H. Henderson, Ray-Box 157. 62-6 -New brick cold storage building 50xSu feet, with double wajls, on trackage; room for eight cars of vegetables in cellar. Good opening for produce and commission business here. Price $3,500. Address .1. Al. Haywood, Redcliff. ____So-12 j TO KENT- -U'.unis in Block. Apply U->mm 7. STO XI E~"f 0~ HE NT -Including Whitney 61-U base- nrbnt. Dominion building. W. F. Nelson & Company, ll'i 5th St. S. 56-0 FOTrftENT--- T\v.� 1 urge"front offices. Apply Federal Coals Ltd., Hill Block. Phono 305. 58-0 FOR SALE-terniR. lots ^ Will sell cheap, cash nrlJW -'''a'11-ll,'un�" and 3 block 9 plan I fteam-heat�d Apply 515 fcler trade on a safe. | "01 ;'tn Ave- s- TO KENT Light housekeeping rooms, 0th St. S., or 42-0 MURCHISON BROS., GADDES & BRADEN LETHBRIDGE 414 4th Ave. S. Phone 1608 Offices: Calgary, Champion, Swal-well, Cralgmyle, Stavely, New Dayton. LOST-One grey gelding weighing 1000 lbs. 3 years old. Branded on thigh. Reward of $10.00. Phone R 509 or write P. O. Box i 121. City. 62-G | LOST-On" Sunday morning, between i Knox church and 5th Ave., by 12th i Si. south, a small diamond and plat-i'uinm pendant. Will finder please re-[ turn to Herald Office and receive re- tf3*>5aa or will cons cash register, cabinet phonograph. If j STORE TO RENT-Next door to Or-you have anything to trade, let me ; pheum theatre, w. 1\ Nelson & Corn-know. I have also a Bradbury Shoo 1 pany, 410 5th St. South. 56-0 j Patcher which I will sell cheap. \V. .1. Oliver, How Island. CX-G FEDERAL COAL HONE 305 NOW ward. 64-0 I LOST-One bay horse, star in fore- \ | head, collar marks on neck, lar^e | hoofs, age �; years, weight 1700 lbs., 1 brand "S' (in right jaw, indistinct. Last I seen near Magrath Oct. 28th, 1!)17. , ! Raised at Boundary Creek Ranch. $10 j reward for information leading to re-: ] cuvcry. Inquire Herald office. 52-18 | Immediate Delivery Lump, per FEDERAL COALS, LTD TO RENT-Storar,; space for all kinds of goods. Kates reasonable. Saunders Hoy and Craiu Co.. 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone ;:-;2. TO RENT - Dm1 furnished room, giis heated. AIso,tV;�, unfurnished rooms in private housf. rioso in. Use of pfuino-._ AW}y Av#. S. _58-0 TO RENT--Diamond Cit>~Big~housc ftirin.siiPd and }U ar-res of land all fenced. Owned )>ef*.ro bv Mrs. Danco-J.sne. To jvni ar orcc. inriuire Henry ^avny^Prop. 61-G \\H,----are you uaiisrled with ywif 1 present living quarters? If not, go up 'to the "V" today and see for yourself USED CARS FOR SALE Are you in the market for a used car? We have one McLaughlin-Buick six cylinder, almost new, and one McLaughlin-Snick four cylinder, run about three thousand miles, in good shape, at about half the original cost Also two Dodge Bros, touring cars, good as new. These cars are bargains, call and see them, They will interest you. MOTOR SALES LIMITED 406 Fourth Avenue. 64- TentlerK, will be received by the trustees of Shank's Lake School District No. 8329, for the erection of a School! House on Sec. 2, Township 2, Range | 21, W. 4th Meridian. Plans and specifications can bo seen by addressing or j calling on the secretary, at residence on Sec. 25, Township 1, Range 21, \y. 4th Meridian, P. O. Del Bonita. Rights reserved to reject any or all bids. W. L. BAXTER, 62-30 Secretary-Treasurer. WANTED TO KENT-Small cottage or bungalow. Give full particulars, ! price, etc.J^O. Box \110L City.__6�-2 WANTED - SinaTl furnished house. Please state rsent when writing. G. W. McNntL Box 211, Medicine Hat, Alt*. 60-* WANTED TO RENT-1 want a housn by May 1st, four bedrooms and fireplace if possible, west of 13th street; and north of 0th Ave., preferred. Frank Waddlngton, Auctioneer, City. 63-0 WAOTED~f 6" KKNT- �0 I BLOC the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4Hi Ave. aid 10th St., S. Pnon� 547.)Que, AGENTS WANTED AGENTS - Marvellous discovery; enormous demand; wash clothes white without rubbing. Wash day a delight; no twaa, no muss, no rutin. One hundred per cent, profit. Send ten -cents for canvassing samples. GarretHon. Brantford, Out. Ad Q GET*" OlTir PROPOSI ribN~foFlresFoiv Bible men and women. Permanent repeat ordtir business that pays big 'profits. Hundreds enjoying big money earnings from the business we have helped them build. Why not yoa? Leswark Manufact uring Co., Foatofc Ad * r AUCTION EERS We wish to announce thftt Peter l.eValley and Ij. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhero in the province. The best of workman-ship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. -By middle of March, 1918, a good 7-room house, modern and up to date, close in, gas preferred. Will take on lease. Address P.O. I3ox 187, City. ____60-0 WANTED TO RENT^Immedlately, by a young couple with one small child, a furnished, fully modern house, eloso in. Apply at Bijou Motor Parlors, between 8 a.m. and 0*p.m. to Geo. Ther* I oux. fitf-ti General Store Wante I TRY A HERALD WANT AO.