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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOR TWO THE LETIiPniDGE DAILY HEHALD monday, january 21, 1018 CLASSIFIED ADS. "Tell them You Saw itin The Herald' CLASSIFIED ADS. OTHER PEOPLE RECOVER PROPERTY THROUGH A LOST AD. WHY NOT YOU c uiBsiriED Ads. ron Tms Paok Musi Bb itt Qvnom *y 10.45 KM.. to Apfbab Saub Dat.-86o an Insbrtioh roB 25 Words on Lxaa-Six Times fob Prick of Vovk : MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE :: jj THE HERALD BRAND BLOCKS ARE OF GREAT HELP IN DESCRIBING BRANDS FARM LANDS FOR SALE "SSt 120 ACRES. Lethbrldgo, � miles to) post ottice, S5 acres Irrigated, dryland. $40.00. Irrigated -StenograpEeri Cox aiS3 Company. 330 Fifth St. south. 31-0 WANtED-Soi 'vant tor general housework. No cooking, 422 6th Ave, S., J H. G(3odman. 20-0 WANTED-Woman to do housework for tatuily ot two. 634 Oth St. S. general Inquire 31-6 Ken BARBER \V ANTED-At Ed. ____nody'a, would consider taking partner LOST-A heart-shaped stone cha.^iri !'�> barber siiop. cigar and nbws stand, oft watch fob. Finder kindly return to | Ed. Kennedy. Phone 371. 29-0 WANTJSD-A girl for general house- Herald Offioe and receive reward. 34-Ox work on farm. Wages $35.00. Mrs. F. Knapp, Coaldale, Alberta. Phono 31-6 LOST-3 gray maros, about 1400 lbs., cltpijed tore top. One blue grey mare,' R804.__ weight about 1500 lbs., clipped fore WANTED-Auto mechanic for small top. Liberal reward for information.; out ot town garage. A good steady R. W. Gates, Taber, Alberta. 32-6 , position tor a good all-round man. Ap- 32-6 SPECIAL VALUES SMALL RAkcH comprising 32C aerea, buildings, corrals, fence and cross fences, with good supply of hay and water. Price $15. Easy terms. HIGH CLASS RANCH-7000 acres leased 10 years, 8000 acres deeded, 800 tone hay, 1000 cattle. Suitable bolidings, corrals, fences, heavy buffalo grass and abundant water. Tbis is a thorottghtr equipped ranch LANDS FOR SALE IP YOU WANT to sell your farm list it with us. WE HAVE ENQUIRIES for Irrigable and non-irrigable farms. Improved and unimproved. WILSON A 8KEITH Phone 1343. Sherlock Building. 32-0 LAND F9R SALE rWben Replyinc H4nt:oc The HeralA) FOR FARM LAND see D. E. King, Grassy Lake, Alta. I have 5000 acres of Improved lands. Bow Island. Taber, Burdett districts, from $15 to $45 per acre with machinery. 27-12 FOR SALE-487 acres well improved 260 acres plowed, 6-room house, good bam and out buildings, rented tor this year. Price $26.00 per acre. $3,000 cash,.balance half crop. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block. Lethbridge. 26-6 FOR SALE-320 acres, northeast ot Chin, 200 acres plowed, good house and bam, 28x40 hip roof. Leased tor two years at halt crop. Price $35.00 - .. . ... , P*"" .*y>r full particulars: . WILSON A SKBITH, CP. R. Aiente, f Phone 1343. Sherlock Buildint. 32-0 -Adjoining townslte of Skiff and 60.-000 acres tree range, N. E. half 22-6-14. Only $8.00 per acre. $725.00 cash, balance 4 years. Enquire owner, D- W. Detwiler, 3222 7th A St. W., Calgary. Alta.__31-6 FOR SALE-4,200 acres, 3 miles from Monarch, all improved, three seta of buildings, school house on the farm. This is located in our best wheat district. Price $42100 per acre. Terms 1-5 cash, balance arranged. Money to loan on improved tarms. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 28-8 FOR SALE-% section in Plncher Creek district, all fenced, 40 acres under cultivation, balance can be cultivated. Abundance ot water and within one mile of unlimited stock range. | Great snap at $12.30 per acre. $800.00 cash, time on balance. For further particulars apply to W. D. Eddy, Beaver Mines, Alberta. 33-12 by large dam. 320 acres of new breaking ready tor seed in the apr:Lg of 1918. House 12x16, stable for 6 horses. Price $31.50 per acre. 4S0 ACRES-lying straight east of Nobleford, six miles from elevator. Choice wheat lands, every acre tillable. 90 acres of new breaking in good shape tor 1918 crop. Price $26.50 per acre; one-third cash, balance in three equal annual payments at 6 per cent. 640 ACRES ot unimproved lands lying 3 1-2 mlefi S. :E. ot Skiff, on the Lothbridge-Woyburn line. L.ind LOST-Lady's wrist'watch between I P'y Nobleford Garage.__ the Windsor Hotel and Lethbridge i WANTED - Woman to do general wo,n,�.,i' I-aundry, 4th St. S., on Wednesday,' housework on a farm. Good wages. Ap-i January Oth. Reward tor return to B. ; ply Mrs. E. H. Trachl. 526 5th St. 3. Chaplin, care Union Bank, or Chief of Police. -. ) 25-0 LOST-3 Holsteln cows and one re3 ! bald-faced cow, with two last spring calves. All branded on right ribs. Reward tor lnCor:natlon leading to recovery. P. O. Box 471, Lethbridge. ou-a LOST-White six year old mare, weight 1200 lbs., branded N over S on lett shoulder. ' Strayed from suction 23-2-24. Last seen in Boundary Creek district. Suitable reward for information. T. R. Howell, Woolford. 33-6 Phone 1777. 34-2 WANTED-A teacher for the 4th grade in Cardston school. Duties to commence February 1st. Apply J. E. Harris, Secretary, Cardston. aS-3 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (Whvn Replying. Mention The Hernldi PHIVATB LOAN WANTlTS^fBOo! Will give first mortgago on city property. Box 631, Lethbridge. 3J-fl Wanted-Stoer.t coming throe years old, In good feedllig cond tlon. Apply The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Nobleford. 29-0 WANTED-Win'take nii active partner in barber shop and cigar stand. Reason, other bunlnoas. Ed. Kennedy, care ot I.�thbrldge JloteJ. 22-0 WANTED-To buy good steam plowing outfit with contract of thousand acres spring plowing. Can uso Avery Under-mounled Bnglno.l Address Box 28, Herald. __^33-J WANTEDf^LlstinBsi AVe have buyers tor a tew well Improved quarters and halves near 'Lcfhhrldgo. Lot us have your listings If you wlstU to soli. R. V. Gibbons & Co., Balmoral Block. Phono 1191. ' ' 29-6 WANTED-Students ;tp; Jesrn . Gas Tractors and autqmobllos. \Vo give you the practical experience on tractor motors, automobiles, electric startora, magnetos, carburetters, etc. Our school is one of the largest of its kind in Western Canada, and oqulppod with steam heat and hot and cold water. You are Invited to call and Inspect our school. Calgary Automobile andj Gas Tractor School, Fourth avonue and Third street east, City Market. House phone W1367. 29-6 SUPPUES WANTIOD-Immediately, good girl 15 or 16 years, to help ejich day from 9 a. m. to 7 p.m. Sleep at home, or woman tor two or three part days a week. Ad-ply 606 lOlh St. S. 29-6 exceptionally good and first class  LOST-One bay 2 years old, horse-w-heat land. Price $20.00 per acre, j colt, one brown nfare 3 years old past. Phone 1592. one-quarter cash, balance in three both branded on right shoulder ----- WANTED-Girl or woman to help with housework. No cook ng or washing. Must be fond ot children. Good wages and good home for right party. Apply immediately, 618 Uth Ave. agents wanted (When Kepiyma M�n�on The I!�rplrti AGENTS-Marvelous discovery, enor-moua demand; wash clothes white without rubbing; wash-day. a delight; no fuss, no muss, one hundred per cent profit; send ten cents for canvassing samples. Garretaou, Brant-ford, Ont. ' Ad r payments at 6 per cent. No principal: $^5.00 reward for information $20- REPRESENTATiVE "WANf ED- To report on building and eng'.necring work in Lethbridge. This is a good side line for anyone with faciltles for getting news. Commission paid for each report. We supply form.s and postage. Apply, stating qualifications, __31-6 . to MacLean Dally Reports, Ltd., 345 Any Intelligent person can earn 1 Adelaide St., West, Toronto. Ont. 33-2 Sealed Tenders, addressed to the Minister of Public Works, and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies", will be received at the Parliament Buildings, Edmontbn, up to noon of Saturday, tho -'hd day of February, 1918, for the supply and delivery ot groceries, flour, oatmeal, etc., during tho year ondins December 31st, 1918, to the Provincial Gaols at Lcthhridge and Fort Saskatchewan, and the Hospital for the Iitsane, Vonoka, and the Hospital for Returned Soldiers, Red Deer. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted chc(iuo on a~chartorcd bank for five per cent, of the amount of the tender, made payable to the order of tho Minister ot Public Works, which will be forfeited to tho Government ot Alberta In case the successful tenderer refuses or neglects to enter ''Into contract or when entered Into fails to carry out the provisions' thereof. Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications may bo seen, approximato quantities given, and form of lender supplied upon application to the Department ot^ Public Works, Edmonton. ^ L. C. CUARLESWORTH, Deputy Minister of Public Works; Edmonton, January ISlh, 1918. Ad W will bo due in 1918 providing, the purchaser will break and prepare for crop half of the section. , . 320 ACRES lying 10 miles from the City of Lethbridge and two miles from elevator. This land is 90 per cent, tillable land with 80 acres of leading to recovery or $50.00 _ reward for return to my farm. lour miles east and two miles north ot New Dayton. John Whitesel. 20-26 LOST-$50.00 reward or $5.00 per head for the return of ail or part ot _ ~ Vi__, j.. �,, 1Q10 i'*^^ following animals strayed from ^!!^-A'^l"J'l�A!:?l?'L.A�!.-^?lLf?i-1 pasture east of Barons, Alta. One- Fenced on one side but ro other improvements. Price $25.00 per acre. Cash $3,300.00, balance in three payments at 6 per cent. W. H. MILLAR .LAND COMPANY, Phone 323. Lethbridge. Office, first-door west of Union Bank. 26-0 half above only as to it weekly by showing now domestic , VVANTBDt-Good energetic agent ro-products to neighbors. Sent ten cents quired for the insurance Company of for samples that retail for 25 cents. North America at Cardston. The coni-Domest.c Products Distributors, Brant- pany has business on its books on ford, Ont._'_ Ad S , Cardston property at present. A prom- WANTED-Capable girl or woman for '"ent agency is releasln.? a number ot general housework. Wages $35.00 a 'ts good companies so now is tho time month. Apply to Mrs. R. A. Wright, a eood agent to step in. Assets 1249 4th Ave. S. Phone 1259. Or at insumuce Company ot North Amer-Wrighfs Jewelry Store. Phone 1383. ''^a "ver $23,000,000.00. Business wrlt- rewarcf for information their location. 2 black wnni r> v'r>n 'i iif p'eiTrt e-)"j~.nJ~n. 'en. Fire, Inland Marine and Tourists '^'':r''Vr'lP^?4:^ --m-gTarsock^ on Auto LOST-Strayed from Hardleville. one Knitters? Experience unnecessary. bay mare with June colt, 4 years old, weight about 1100 lbs., star in face. Wire cut between front legs, branded AUTOMOBILES rOR SALE 4T AND HEAVY HOUSE MOVING COAL, a, O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 baalim motor Company . 8-0 FOR SALE-FIXTURES. APPLY HAYR HARDWARE CO. __ 31-0 FOR SALE-Contents o! tlv�i room modem cottage. Gas, good furniture and In first class condition. Cottage to rent to purchaser. Apply 528 6th St. 8.  33-0 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SEHIE bargains 6S used cars Three 1917 Ford Touring Cars, ' $325.00, $300.00, $275.00. One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car, $400.00. One 1914 McLaughlin Touring Car, $400,00. . One 1917 Dodge Touring .Car, $976.00. One 1916 Dodge Totirins Car, $550.00. One Chevrolet Touring Car, $550. One Ford Truck, $225.00. These cars are In good running condition and afe offered at the above prices for immediate sale. the standard garage. 327 Third St. 8. 20-6 SITUATIONS WANTED (When niplylns Mention The .Herald � WANTED-Married man wants work. Any kind of odd Jobs. Apply 1009 7th Ave. South. Phone 1674. 20-fi TO RENT-Immediate possession, 6 =n" ""itlf'}^?.rr"elttSLrsi^ I ^Z^^f^t^foFT^"^' tables ind chairsT furniture completely Kit^n 1. Ar.T'^n^'^ a' ""ce. | nrst class. Submit offers to F. W. for sale. Apply at 718 3rd Ave. S. 32-6^,��" re'erences. Apply Box 48 Her-. Nioholson, care Union Bank of Can- �� uary 21st, 1918. This Is one of the I best located, best appointed and tin- { est stores in LethbridfO- Apply A ! Southard, 2211 Seventh St West, Calgary. ( 298-0 eases among them. Apply Herald Office, or call 319 a. Box 24, 5th Ave. 31-0 WAN'l'El) NOTICE SIX P.M.,469. MPMTIC. / / U, At 1 IJ\ | Notice Is hereby given that the partnership .heretofore existing between J. Schultz and R. D. Ritchie, doing bufllness, under the name Schultz & Ritchie, vulcanising plant, is dissolved, Mr, Ritchie having purchased Mr, and Mr. Schults for exchange FOR EXCHANGE-Fully modern sev en roomed house with gas on south 1 Schultz's interest side for land in Lethbridgo district. i,>vithdrawlng. Mr. Ritchie Is assuming Apply Pilling Land Co 25-0 ^^1' UablUticH and will conduct the -::.-rrz-TT--,�,......^;business in, the tutwre. Both prJnci-. PERSONAL - ipals in the partnership wish to thank > TO REr^T INT-HouSekeepl WANTED TORlNT-Housekeeping rooms, suitable tor 2, furnished. Centrally located. Apply Herald Box 13. ________ ' � v   ; i,' 32-6 WANTED TO RENT - Young man wants room and board, >vlth private family, close In. Apply care of Box 531, City. 34-6 for SALE-About" 30 straw piles, plenty , ot water. Phone r 504 or wrfto E. H. Tracht, 937 10th St. s. 33-6 In city. Apply 33-2 FOR SALE Best Building Lot in City 60 feet, facing oast on 11th St., between Oth and 7th Ave. $1500 if sold before Feb. 1st, Apply 528 6tli St S. 33-6 falfa hay, delivered Box 33, Herald.__ FOR SALE-One "Big Four" kerosene burning engine (30-iiO) and 8 bottom Verity engine gangplow, Both In first Vrite or phone. E. B. Loucks, Bow Island, ^ Albei;ta._30-0 I FOR BALE-Fonr good milch cows] one fresh, others to freshen within two weeks. All.four years old. Apply City Cartage Co., 408 &th St. 8.,'Phone 438. _ 32-6 FOR BALE-One first olass dairy cow, fresh, with heifer calf, one due to freshen in two weeks. Apply J. H. Stephen, general delivery, 4 miles 9.E, ot CHy. . 32-3 FOR �ALE-Seed wheat, early Bart, ninety-day wheat, $3,00 t.o.b., Taber. Prompt attention to all orders. Phone; R1002, or write Edward Dase, Box 360, Tiber. 32-12 WANTED -A (lu'cBarged soldier wishoB work, in an all round handy man, can handio toajn. Dol very man or work In furniture store, Apply J. R^Ollver^loard of Trade,_J_,33-Ox WANTED TO UK.NiT''- Experienced : ,...... . ^ . . - , . , farmer with two son's, one married, 22 Will the party, vfho Is known to be the public for the very generous pat- years old, other 11 yedrs, iund a daugh-In town, call at 515 6tb Street South ronago accorded nnd assura old cus- tor 17 years old. Could look after tor his trunk, left there two months tomers and new ot the continuance ot cattle and stock. Very well acquaint-: ago, and pay up what he owes. If the good service heretofore given. ed'with all farming Imiplements, For i not, the trunk and contents will bo R. D. RITCHIE, particulars ayJ* to S. F. Hoodracoff,' sold nest 9Murday, JUa. 26. 34-2 34-< A AfiUULTZ. Xtas'^ at) 24-1 10,000 COYOTES WANTED Will pay from 88.00 to $900 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Rsferenees: Standnrd Bank . Offioe Phone 798 Residence Phono 888 DRAYING Of All fvinils WccternTransterCo^ bfflesr-C. P, R. Freight Sheds PHONES orris* ...... 11U Stablsa .......... 1084 NOTICE I Notice Is hereb) given that on th� twenty-eighth day of January, 1918, at '� the hour ot 2 p.m. at the schoolhouse, Coalburst, there will bo ottered for sale by public auction for arrears of taxes a,n(l P9Rts In accordanpe wlththe terms ot theiSchool Assessment Ordinance the biirn owned by Mrs. VVra, McNabb and sUu:ited on Lots 3 and 4, Block 5, Bridgend Sub-dlvislott. W. 0. MAitSH, ,  , Treasurer Coalhurst S.D, No. 8394 D�ta ot first insertion, Jan. 1918. Ad V. OXY-'ACETYLENE WELDING 66 ;