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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DA LV HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. Investmentsin CP.R. Townsites bring Big Returns Lots are now ofifered for sale in the townsite of 19 miles East of Leth� bridge en tho C. P. R. CHIN 19 miles East of Leth* bridge on the C. P. R. I owned jointly by the CP.R. and the A.R. & I. Go. For prices, terme, blue prints and all information call on the Sole Agents The GEORGE M. HUTCH UID COMPAHY OLIVER BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA TO-NIGHT LYCEUM! The Jeanne Russell Co. in "When We Were 21" SUNLIGHT SOAP Matinee 2.30 To-morrow MRS. TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM Saturday Night "THE THIEF" I Pru 25-ed by hours and minutes in.stcad of days. If you have neglected making your first calls on anyone whom.' you consider a possible subscrihec, vou had hotter make it a point to .see him at once, as you will find that you will have some difficulty in seeing your prospects the last few davs. Candidates, the Play is Over' In the next two working; days vou will be able to determine just "who's who and why." You will get support from many unexpected sources and fail in many places where you had a right to expect it, and no doubt had counted upon it with absolute confidence. But never mind : just stop to figure that every candidate is experiencing the same discouraging feature, and dig in to the next fellow. You can't allow anything to discourage you. You ate headed into the stretch and a pause or stumble means that you will figure as an "also ran" on the final night. l�l8CCLLANtOUt rOR lALt FOR SALE-Singer Sewing machine, new, also chest of machinists tools of all kinds; for sale cheap. Apply Box F. X., Herald office. 21-6 FOR SALtOne delivery horse, 1,000 pounds, absolutely gentle and reliable and one Persons Motor Cyqle (4 horse power) In good rvmning condmon, almost new. Box X., Herald. 20-6 FOR SALE-20 shares United Wire-ess Telegraph stock, $35 share. Reg ular price |40. Box 327, Lethbrldge. 20-O n(ionsed "Ten-dors for Indian Supplies," will be received tit this department up to noon on Friday, 14th January, 1910, for the delivery of Indian sifpplles during tho fiscal year ending the 31st March, 1911, duty paid, at various points In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forms of tender containing full particulars may be had by applying to tho undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. D. McLEAN, [secretary, Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. N.B.-Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority ol the Herald One Inaertion 2Sc Want G Insertion* $liOO AdvertitmenU uot Ads Exceedinj; .^S I words, i cent i�er WoM AddifiidMl^ Results Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACAN1 WANTED-A caretaker for Knox Church. Duties to commence Ist February. Apply E. U. Rylanda, Chairman Board of Managers, Knox Church, 22-6 WANTED-Experienced book-keeper and stenographer wants position in city office. Apply Box 1812, City.22-6 WANTED-Two first class dining room girls, wages $35.00 per month. Apply at once. Coleman Hotel, Coleman. 21-12 WANTED-Girl to do light housework who can do plain cooking. Apply 626 Coutts street. . 21-2 WANTED-Dining room girl at once. Apply at Coaldale Restaurant. 21-6 WANTED-A smart youth to learn the drug business. Address applications Box 2000, Lethbrldge. 20-3 WANTED-Girl about 16-help with light house work. Take baby out. Ap ply mornings or after 6 p.m. 520 Bart-lett St. 20-6 WANTED-Master mechanic to take charge of steam, compressed air and electric plant around collieries. Apply stating salary and references to West Canadian Collieries, Ltd., Blairmore, Alta. ii>-6 WANTED-Male teacher, 2nd class certificate. Apply Monarch School Board No. 2046, Monarch, AlU. 19-0 WANTED-General servant. Apply Jlrs. R. A. Wright 1249 Dufterln St, 19-0 WANTED-Book-keeper, one who la a typewriter and has a fair knowledge of stenography preferred. Apply Box A, Herald office. 17-6 WANTEDr-Oirl wanted. Scotch preferred. Mrs. Sage. 8-0 WANTED - Dining room girls, at the Caatle Hotel. 22-6 SITUATIONS MANTEC WANTED-Position as stationary en-: glneer. Can install, operate or repair boilers and engines. Best references. Power plant or hoist engines preferred. Apply L. L. care Herald. 22-6 WANTED-Position by experienced fireman. Apply Bo.\ B. D., Herald oince. 21-2 ^i^D-By elderly lady houseKeeper thoroug;hly axpefibhced, or companion, mother's help, handy with the needle, can do a little dressmaking. Apply Box W,, Herald. 20-6 Wanted-Posiuon by Japanese as waiter, cok, washing of dishes or general servant. Apply Box B. M. X., Herald. 20-6 WANTED-Position by experienced gents: lurnlsuor. Speaking four languages. Acquainted with traoe on Round St. References furnished. Apply Box f. D., Herald office. -19-6 TO RENl to RENT-Large furnished room, suitable for two ladies, close in. Apply box W X, Herald office. 21-2 f3R rent-Store qn Westminster Road near Union Bank of Canada. Rent $20.00 per month. Apply to .las. W. Boulton, 523 Crabb St. Phone 1206. 20-O TO RENT-Furnished front room, fully modern, 638 Burdett street, south. No woman need apply. 14-0 FOR RENT-6 room new cottago. W. R. Dobbin, Southard block. 5-0 FOR LEASEl-Store, Round St., 12 1-2 X 50 ground floor, with basement 24 x 75. $125 per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension. 4-0 TO RENT-A fully modern hoUse on Ernest St., close to Dufterln. Apply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 07-O TO RENT-New shack on Hodgman St. Duff additlonfl good size, at $12.00 month. Apply P- L. Whitney & Co., Box 377, city . TO RENT-A five roomed cottage, fully modern. Apply to Rex Virtue, 1232 Redpath street. Phone 749. 17-6 TO RENT-Large wai^m furnished room. Apply 638 Coutts St. 17-0 TO LET-Two rooms in fully modern house. Apply 137 James St., North Ward, one block east of New Fire Hall. 18-6 FOK RENT-Furnished rooms, hot and cold water. Apply J. Cantln, Hill block. 20-12 TO LET-Furnisned rooms. 615 Round St. 20-6 TO RENT-Three comfortably furnished rooms in strictly modern house Gentlemen only need apply. Apply at middle brick house, 422 Coutts street. 21-6 tJ LET-Comfortable furnished heated rooms to rent. Apply 819 Crabb St. 22-0 For a first-class iob in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies'or Gents'Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS PH'iHtRTV FOR SALf FOR SALE-A relinquishment of 164 acres in Franklin Co., Wash., 12 miles from town of Mesa os N. P. R. Write to Rowland Moore for description of this property. Will give a good bargain. R. Moore, Taber, Alberta. 22-1 FOR SALE-10 lots. $95 each. $15 down, $10 per month. Harris Street. North Ward. 2 lots (corner) $115.00 each, $15 down, balance $10 per month. Railway Ave. North Ward, The Alberta Securities Ltd, 21-6 FOR SALE-16 acres choice irrigated land, 6 miles from Lethbrid,-r?. $36.00. per acre. $4.50 per acre cash. Balance very easy. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 21-6 FOR SALE-5 lots one block Westinin-' ster Road North Ward for $1,300, $500 cash, bal. 6 and 12 mbnths. TtuE> Alberta Securities Ltd. FOR SALE- S. 1-2 of 3-9-14 (good) $13 per acre, $2,100 cash, balance 9 payments. The Alberta Securities, ' Ltd. 21-6 FOR SALE-This proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section irrigated land 2\i milen from Lethbrldge, 9 room house, cistern, cellar and telephone. Stable22 horses. 80 acres In fall wheat, stubble mostly irrigated. $1,500 worth hay produced annually. Renter must buy for $5,600.00. (No cash if secured by real estate) all machinery, cattle, horses and household furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, off these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply S. A. Snell, Lethbrldge, Alta., Box 63, or at farm. Phone 106 Rural. 17-Ot FOR SALE-By the owner, lot 28 or 27 or 26 and 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 ot 26 and 24 In Block 35 on the corner ot Burdett and DuSerin streets. In the city of Lethbrldge. Apply T. O. Johnson, Sweet Grass. 1-0 FOR SALG-rFlve . roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain. 11,100. W.H.Johnson, Johnson Block. Round St. t-9 FOR SALE-Several ranches from 20 acres and upwards, within ten miles of New Westminster, B. C. at low prices. WrUo to Cook A Ross. Front St., New Westminstsr, B. C, for particulars. 301-86 FOR BALE-Several line resldsnoe lota, close in. Also sbino bualaess lots in the business section of the city. W. H. Johnson, Jbtinsdo Btoisk ^ jm-q 9 VOU SALE-House in North Want 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy . noQthly payments. Apply P. O. Box 8S7. 99.9-O-a FOR SALE OR RENT-2 roomed shack. Duff addition, Blk. 18. Price $500. a WesUey, Wood St. 8-0 Scrip for sale, veteran. Settler to file Monday at I^ethbridge. Appl^ Dr. Donaldson, Lethbr-'ge Hotol. Saturday. MISCELLANeOUt WANTt PLOUGHING AND SEEDING-Advertiser will have land to work. Particulars from Box 20 Herald office, 22-6 WANTED-Farm wanted for rent with or without option to purchase. Box 19 Herald office. 22-6 \..�NTED-Accounta for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbrldge Specialty Co., Box 2053, Pttone 439. Raom 1 Shepard Block. WANTED-Man for position. Salary and commission. g;>od prontotlon. Apply room 115 fiuerio.^k Block. 18-6 WANTED-To buy "mproved farm with crop near towi;. Give very careful description, price and terms first letter. Box 85, Coleta, 111, � 18-5 LOST AND FOUND LOST-On Sund-. / night, lady's open face gold watch v^vx the initials "M. H.M." engraved o) expense of this ad,18-0 LOST-On Thursday morning In the. Irrigation Hall, a ','tr lined glove. Kind-ly return to H. Cjase at Palace Livery, 21-2 LOST-A bunch of keys on the square Finder return to Box 54 or Rev, T, P, Perry, Redr-n'ti '.'tf-Pt. 17-0 IVIONr.'/ TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rem wheu we ofin let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loar. money on all kinds of city property, on terms th�t cannot be nia^le by others, beoauiip we get the mtney from where it is cheap. All kir.ds of farm loans negotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you want money Phone 394, Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 8B3-0 MONEY TO LOAN-Loans and Insurance on farm and city property. Apply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Duflerin strsst, Ohinon. �.�-...�- .,.. . --------..,,j,,,, r.�����*n 56 ;