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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 55 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, January 20, 1013- you want to get the want you want to get, you want to get your want in the want getter - the Herald The Herald wants your want because it wants you to get the want you want to get TO RENT TO RENT- Furoisned room. Apply m-ioth sl soutn____________538-ox TO RENT-Furnished room, 1223 Sixth Ave. South. ___ _25-Ox TO RENT-A nicely furnished room in a strictly modern house, well heated and ventilated. Apply 622-10th St. South. 27-Ox TO RENT-House o�T 16th sf. North. Four rooms, pantry and closets. Water and light. For .further particulars Applv to C. G. Oiander, 524 IStli St. North. 28-6 TO RENT-Furnished suite, kitchen, living room, bath and bedroom with closet. Also one furnished bedroom. Kirkham block. 30-6 TO RENT-A large, well furnished front room, In g.ns heated house, with every convenience, suitaole for married couple or two business ladies' \pply 1233-ofch Ave. S. ' 30-0 TO RENT-Furnished rooms in fully modern house; warm; terras reasonable.-Apply 508 5th ave. South, first door west Majestic theatre. 31-6 25 Words, 25 cents an insertion; 6 insertions for the price of 4 Must be Paid in Advance SITUATION! VACANT ) WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade; tools given each student; large demand for graduates. Now is splendid time to learn. Catalogue free. Moler College, Calgary, Alberta. 262-0 WANTED-Teacher for Fort Kipp school District, No. 2000 for term ending June Z0, i913. Salary .$60 per month. W. H. Harvey, secretary-treasurer,- Kipp, Alta. 30-6 WANTED-Girl for light housework. -Apply Mrs. J. Bradshaw, 903 9th avenue South. 31-3 WANTED-A good general servant. Apply Mrs. Lindsay, 803 3rd ave. 31-6 CONTRALTO SOLOIST - Wanted immediately igood leading contralto voice" for Wesley ahoir,- must b'e good reader. Salary; Apply Rbynd Jam-ieson, studio 14 Hull block, Telephone 1T42. ' _33-0? WANTED-A. good maid. Apply. Mrs. C.'B. Bowman, 324-13th St. S. 33-6 J MISCELLANEOUS WANTS j WANTED TO BUT-Leghorn chickens, also cream separator. Must be in good . repair. Apply Box 22 .Herald or Phone 1048. 28-? ( miscellaneous fob sale J FOR SALE-One 4-cylinder Buick Roadster. For price and terms. Aoply Box 218. Lethbridee. 285-0 HARNESS FOR SALE-Also blankets robes and gloves; special discount for the next twenty- days of 10 to 15 per cent.; genuine reductions.-Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd., opposite Coaldale Hotel. 14-20 A By-law cf the City of Lethbridge to raise the sum of One Hundred Thousand ($100,000) dollars to make up shortage of current account due to discounts on debentures issued during the page three years. WHEREAS it is deemed advisable to raise certain moneys on the credit of the City of Lethbridge for the following purpose, namely: To make up the shortage) in current account now existing due to the sale of debentures at less rtiau par valuo during the three yea^s last paat which shortage now amounts to the sum of one hundred thousand (100,000) dollars which is the amount to be raised by loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge as aforesaid, AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the said loan bear interest "at the rate of five (5) per centum per annum to be paid half yearly on the first day of January and the first day of July in each year and the said principal sum of one hundred thousand (100,000).dollars to be paid at the expiration of, thirty (30) years from 'the date of this by-law taking effect. AND WjiEKEAS according to the last revised assessment roll of the City of Lethbridge the value of the assessable property was sixteen million eight hundred and eighteen thousand, six hundred and ninety-two (16,S18,692) dollars and the value of the rateable property of the said LOST-S50 00 for information that | ot ^*hl*,dSe WR? thirteen mil- j will lead to the recovery of the fol-! Hon one Hundred and twenty-three j lowing horses. UNBRANDED; one j thousand seven hundred and thirty-j black rangy gelding. 5 years old. I two (13,123,732) dollars. I weignt 1300 lbs. lump on right hind; AND WHEREAS the amount of tihe'. leg; one black WoAy geld ng; nine, exisd debt f tfl cn Q{ Leth years, white star on face; weight1 I old Police Station in the City Hall, situate ou 4th street-South, Read a first time and passed this 10th day of January, A. D., 1913. W. D. L. Hurdle, Mayor. lioo. W. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer. Read u second time and passed this 10th day of January, A.D., 1913. W. D. h. Bardie, Mayor. Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer. Read a third time and passed this ........ day of February, A, D. 1913, 1913. Mayor. Secretary-Treasurer. TO RENT-2 warm rooms furnished for light housekeeping; also well furnished bedrooms, clean and warm, in strictly modern house. � Gas heated. Phone, hot and coh] water at all times. Apply 612-Gth St. S. 31-6 TO RENT-A piano, good care, no children. Phone 461. Mrs. Jennings. ____________82-2 TO RENT-Fully modern'house, ~800 7th St. South. $25 per month. Apply N. B. Peat & Co. Room 5, Mac-clonuld block. 32-6 TO~RENT-Four, roomed house at 1615 3rd Aye. N. , Apply 1613 3rd avenue north. . 33-1 lost-found NOTICE is hereby given that the above is a true copy of the By-law which has been introduced and which win be finally passed by the Council in the event of the consent of the Burgesses being obtained thereto after one month from the 13th day of January, A. D., 1913, being the date of the first publication thereof in the Lethbridge Herald and that the votes of the Burgesses will bo taken upon bhe proposed By-law on the 5th day of February A.D., 1913 between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon at the place set out in the said By-law. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 1250PJS. Geo. via Warner. on face; Curts, Goddard P. O., 5-30 LOST-Between 13th St. and 5th St., on Saturday morning, a brown shawl. Reward on return to 242-l3th Street North. 15-0 FOR SALE - Thoroughbred White Wyandottes; cockerels. L. Kane Box L? Herald. 17-Ox FOR SALE - Caldwell's Molhuses Meal. By its use horses will look better, work better and last longer. Milch cows will give more milk and keep up in flesh. Sheep will thrive and lambB come earlier to maturity. It wtl get -hogs ready for market at least three 'weeks, earlier than any other food. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money back. J. C. Han-rahan, Phone 349 Athletic Park. 18-0 LOST-One new kid glove at C. P. R. Depot on Saturday morning about 7 o'clock. Finder please return to Herald Office and receive reward. 33-1 "ROOMS WANTED-Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; central location. Apply stating terms to Box 2128, City. FOR SALE-Potatoes in ton lots or over, $15; No. 1 Timothy, reduced to ?16.00; No. 1. Alfalfa $13.50; No. 2. Alfalfa reduced to $11; No. 1 Alfalfa and Timothy mixed $14; Wheat straw bright, well baled. $5. Supplied direct from the:,producers through their own sales office. Farm Products Limited, 103 Sherlock Building. Phone 1353. 20-0 NOTICE We the undersigned having purchased from Wong Wing all his goodwill and interest in the.New York Cafe will pay all his debts and monleB owed by him for maintaining and running the aforesaid New York Cafe up to this d'ay and date, but will not be responsible for any., debts ^hereafter contracted by him. (Sgn.) Wong Hatman, Wong Hang, Wong Kim and Loo Shen. Anyone owing money for meal tickets, etc., please pay to New York Cafe. . NOTICE existing bridge outside of current expenses is two million four hundred and seventy-eight thousand five hundred and fifty-eight dollars and sixteen cents, (2,478P55S.16) no instalment of principal or interest thereof or a sinking fund being in arrears. AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to be raised annually by special rate during the currency of the said debentures are (a) For paying interest, five thousand (5,000) dollars. , (b) For forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by said debentures two thousand one hundred and one dollars and ninety-three cents ($2101.93.* NOW THEREFORE THE MAYOR AND COUNC'l�,v'ears last Past-er and Yates claim from you $611.39 j 2, That for the purposes thereof for goods sold, to you by Becker and debentures not exceeding in all the Yates, D. M. Losey and Manghi and Bum 0f one hundred thousand fl00,-Egan the claims of the . two last 000) dollars nal, b isaued payatile at named parties having been assigned to Becker and Yates. . --1-1-. Bpeed? * with an operation similar to WANTED Office store rooms, etc., using a dating stamp. it counts and You are to enter an appearance with the Clerk of the said Court at Lethbridge by the 15th February, 1913, otherwise judgment will be given against you. Johnstone & Rifchie, Lethbridge, ,AlbeVta, Plaintiff's Solicitors. to olean or any kind of work by the day by respectable young woman. Apply Box 170, City. 30-6 WANTED-Holders of lots in Medicine Hat wishfrnr to sell will find it to their advantage to. communicate with �V. C. W. Heuk, Medicine Hat, Box 628 giving description and price. 33-12 SITUATION! WANTKD SITUATION WANTED--Young . married man, with sound business ability Beeks situation. Good writer and accurate at figures. Can write advertising and sell. If you need someone to study your business, write Box i8 Herald. Local references given. 302-0x WANTED-Position by bookkeeper, with experience and good references. Apply Box 38, Herald. 29-Ox SITUATION WANTED-Married lady wishes situation as housekeeper; excellent cook. Apply to Mrs. Jno. Van-dfitfteloat, care of Immigration hall. City. _30-6 WANTED-Position on farm or ranch 'by-'-experienced' married couple, one child 3 years old. Write for particulars to Box 32, Grassy Lake, Alta. 31-6 LAND FOR SALE 1 registers every stamp used; it is instantly locked against use or theft at any time; light, handsome, strong, durable, - accurate. $25 delivered. Want salesmen everywhere in Alberta'and Br C. Frank L. King, New' Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver, B.; C.,- dealer. _ 29- FOR SALE-A few choice milk cows, just fres!h. See J. E. Bailey, across the rJvej,.,.;Bpx.35, City. 29-6 FOR SALE-M. B. Turkeys; Toms, 54.0G each; hens $3.00. Apply Box 395, City. ; " _30-6 FOR SALE-r73 pullets.-Apply to Mrs.. S. A. Llij'dblaa, section house, Coaldale. '. . '. ' - / 31-6 FOR BALE!-Cheap, good black general purpose horse, weight about 1,000 pounds. Alsoj-Jgood-- building lots close j to the H}i>p Hotel and Lethbridge Ck>iyeTle"s)V/ t.oweft.tirirP'-: $io oaph. 810 onthly,-- iHd Interest. Write for mafefthdipjjrveyor'a reports. E. B- Mc-nermld,-507 -Baker 'Street. Nelnon, $i/ . ' , 285.M.W,Ftf. '^M^^PMoO^-lTirBi class, all ^/aww^'fifflSPBit^' the c ^cW''WWwWt.- South. ft � Block 161,' only two blocks off car line Price- $475 pair'; terms $75.00 cash down-,, .balance $20.00 per month. i N. B. Peat &rCo., Phone 570, Room 5 ' Macdcaalfl block. 81-6 ,,. car. bams. Ap,: ffim- gouth. 18-Ox lllV,."'',''^ 5 NOTICE Notice is" hereby given-that I have sold my business known as the New York Cafe to Wong Hatman, Wong Hang,, "Wong Kim and Loo Shen, and will hot be responsible for any bills .contracted by them after that date. 33-3 ", Wong Ming. MEMO MA NOUM We ArE Loaning Kk0/ per Monev Af Ufammtt To our Contract Holders Prom Coast to Coast in Canada TO BUY OR BUILD HOMES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL CSTAte contract on* �*t Canadian Home Investment Go., Ltd. { 209 Sherlock Block L6THBRIDGE Call. Write or Phone 1671 the expiration of thirty (30) years from the date of this By-law taking effect, such debentures to be expressed both in sterling money and Canadian currency for the sum of One Hundred Pounds (�100) sterling and the equivalent thereof in dollars and cents, or any multiple thereof with coupons attached thereto for the half-yearly interest on each debenture respectively payable on the first day of January and the first day of July in each year at the rate of five (5) per cent, per annum payable at the Bank of Montreal In Londcyi, England or at the chief offices of the said Bank in the City of Toronto, the City of Montreal or the City of Lethbridge in the Dominion of Canada. 3. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and signed by the Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer and be payable in Canadian, currency or in sterling, money at any of the branch-of the Bank of Montreal.' 4.--, That in ' addition to all other amounts there ahali be collected in each year during the currency of said debentures on all.^the' -rateable property of the City of Lethbridge by special rate or rates sufficient therefor the sum of five thousand (5,000).dollars for defraying the interest of the said debentures and the sum of two thousand one hundred and one dollars and ninety-three cents ($2101..''3.. for forming a sinking fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of said debentures by levy payable and collected at the same time In the same manner as other taxes are levied payable -and collected by statute or by by-law of the City. 5. This By-law shall come into effect on tho day of A. D. 1913. . 6. The votes of the burgesses duly-qualified to vote on this by-law shall be taken on the Fifth day ; Residence Phono 1531. 287 ART OF SINGING -* I DR. TAYLOR-Enr, Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion BuiWlng. Offlco hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5: evjnings by-appointment. Phone, office 341; residence 5!)S. RHYND JAMIESON-Baritone, teacher oi the Art oil Singing, lone placing Jind voice building. English Diotion. Musical director Wesley church. Studio: 14 Hull Block. Telephone 1712. Lethbridge, Alta. DR. TULLER-Physician and Surgeon Offlco Macdonald Blork. Phone 1316. Residence 635 lOta St. South. (Cutbill). Phone 1369. DR. J. E. LOVE RING-Physician, surgeon, Accoucher, Electrical and X-Ray machine. Office: Suite 119. Sherloqk Building. Residence 701 5th Ave. S., (corner Glyn and Bom-pas.) Hours: 11-12; 1-3; 7-9;. Sundays 2-3. Phone: Office 1446; Residence 1242. 8- OSTEOPATHY � ft DR. DOWEL B. MASON-Graduate Osteopathic Physician. Member of Collcg'5 Physicians and Surgeons, Alberta. Suite 316-18, Sherlock Building. Phone 1114. Take the elevator. NURSING *- I NURSING-The Nursing Mission district work; Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: before 9 a.m., 1-2,30 p.m.; evening G-7. Miss M. L, Cunningham, Supervising Nurse, 630-12th St. S, (Bartlett St.) Phone 1233. The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1224 Seventh Avenue S., Supt. Miss Swayne. Phone 134S. Lethbridge. _ VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI CO.. Office 410 12th St. A.. 8., (off 4th Ave. and next 12th St. South.) Hours: 5 to 6 p. m, daily and id a.ur. to 4 p.m. Saturday or by appointment. Phone 1637. - .vranaepr JHas F. 8 Cook. _ PRIVATE HOSPITAL Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 13 8 6 Careful and phompt service. Office Furniture for Sale New Burroughs Addiug and Listing Machine; large fire-proof Taylor safe, with double doors; Quartered Oak Roll-top Desk; Quartered Oajc High Standing Desk! Quartered Oak Office Arm Chair, leather seat; Qiiar-' tered Oak Office Tilter Ohair, leather seat; Two Quartered Oak Office High ChairB; 11 Quartered Oak Sectional Book Cases; Stack of Quartered Filing Cabinets. Owner retiring from business. Apply to - A. SOUTHARD. Furs, Trunks and Suit Cases for Sale Ladies' Fur Coats in large variety of styles and sizes; La-dlcs'. Fur Stoles in large variety .' of styles and' pizes;., Ladies' Fur , Itluffs in large variety of styles and sizes. Men's Fur Cojljlara; "Ladies' Storm Collars; large.as-;sortment Cluhv Bags and' Suit Cases; large assortment Steamer Trunks, Wardrobe; Trunks, Dresser Trunks etc. etc.  ;-My- complete stock of High-ade dependable Fure, Trunks '.and bags, etc. must be sold this week, as I am giving up business and leaving hero lu n few ^ays. Come! ; Don't delay. Buy them at your .own price. ' A. SOUTHARD, 1 PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van htaarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home, 704-6th Ave. S. Phone 746. f UNDERTAKING PTi ''es'-edl Donnan Block, 401 2nd Ave., S. Phone 1802, night or dav )-0 DENTAL DR. J. M. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental jSurgeons Toronto, and holder of a xjomlnion Dental certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. O. J. COURTICE-Dentist, graduate of Northwestern University, Chicago. 111. Office hours: 9-12; 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. DRS. MARRS & MARRS-Dentists, successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours 9 to 5; Office: Hig-inbotham Block. Phone 374 DR. E. a. 8IMMOND8, Dentist, Member of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L. T>. S., 1900. Hours: 9-12: 1-5. Office 6-8, Post Office Block. SURVEYING J. F, HAMILTON, B.A.Sa,-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 0, Whitney Block. P.O. Box 657, Phone 1042. � ALBERTA LAND SURVEYORS 8EYMOUR 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. Tel-ephchp 1R?2. '' 1-51 ARCHITECTS m--;-�-:-* ERNEST E. CARVER. M.B.A.A., M.R. A, A.A.I., Etc.;-Architect, Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. TYPEWRITING *-�-"J:.::v,-:---* Try th<( UNDERWOOD SERVICE--Rents, supplies, and repairs. Guar' anteed faptory rebuilt vlsibles for sale. United Typewriter, Co.. Hul) Block,, Phone 708. ' 284-0 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING South -----.--.-* -' 210 Tenth Street CANADIAN GEN'L SUPPLY CO.. Ltd. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S. Building Mining, Railway Contractors Sup-, plies, Coal, Paints, Lubricating Oils, Plate Glass, Beaver Board. 231 PE D LARS" fTRE P^OOFTnG PRO-DUCTS, Oshawa Steel Shingles. Galvanized Ridge, Corrugated Iron, Rock faced stone siding, Ualvaulised and Painted Metal Lath and Corner Board, etc. Also Metal Ceiling carried in stock. The Lethbridge-Wey-burn Realty Co., Ltd., general assents INFORMATION BUREAU INFORMATION INQUIRY BUHc.AU Private inquiries, rent and debts collected. Phone 744. Kennedy Block, North Lethbridge. ELECTRICIAN. T__ LEICESTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus installed. Repairs promptly  executed. S. O. E. Building. 10th St. South. Phono 1332. FURRIER *- CHANGE OF ADDRESS-SCOTT, tho Lethbridge Furrier, in future at The Bentley Company. j SOCIETIES -'-� "HOWDY PAP" Loyal Order of Moose, Lethbridge Lodge No. 792 Meets every Thursday night in the Oddfellows' Hall. C. L. Shaw, Dictator. Will meet on 2nd and 4th Thursdays only, beginning February 1913. Address Secretary, P. O. Box 374. [PATENTS letheretonhau&h "The Old Established-firm" TORONTO IH��dbftic�)r OTTAWA ROYAL BANK BL'D'O. �in/,3[.l CUSTIE BtO't gu�15' SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO , John Billings & Company Winnipeg and Lethbridge ,  Daily prices by wire orrphona. -OFFICE AT- .',. ^Messrs. Asquith and Lindsay's frfflce DOMINION BLO'CK : LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phone 17H ' P.O. Box 278 ;