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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 22,1918 CLASSIFIED ADS. '*Tell them You Saw.it in The Herald CLASSIFIED ADS. OTHER PEOPLE RECOVER PROPERTY THRnilOH A LOST AD. WHY NOT YOU c us8ified Aoa. for Tnis Page Must Bg in Ovfiob bt 10.46 a.k., to Affk&b Samb Oat.-85o ak Insbrtiok fob 25 wokos or IdMB-iStX TlUBS FOIl PHICE of fovr, : MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE :: :t THE HERALD BRAND BLOCKS ARE dF GREAT HELP IN DESCRIBING BRANDS FARM LANDS FOR SALE ^ 820 ACRBS, Lethbridge. i miles to post office. 85 acres Irrigated, dry land, $40.00. irrigated $65. J3,000 cash, balance 16 years 6%. BURMIS 1190 ACRES, West Pincher Creek, fine Improved ranch,"2 miles from station. |15.00 per acre. Terms. RANCH CYPRESS HILLS. 8100 Acres lease, 260 acres deeded, Improre-mentt, cost $17,000. Owner killed in war. Price flS.OOO. Ckih, �6.000. UO ACRES, COALDALB, 4 mUei. 96% irrigable, full w�t�r rtctic, on aaia ditch. All ottltiTAted, small buUd- Inct. I&5.00 p�r acre. Oood terma. HAVE a great many raw pieces ot land on Weybnm line, finest of land, from |1S to $25 per acre. $1 to IS per acre caah, b�laiioe halt c�op. _ J. HARRtS A CO. North of Lethbridge Hotel. too ImproTod farms to choose from. 38-0 DIAMOND CITY 0000 HOUSE FOR tALK WITH NINETEEN ACRES OP OROUND. CHEAP FOR A QUICK.SALE. THE VERY THINQ FOR A MINER'S �OARDINQ HOUSE. ALSO . A SECTION OF THE MOST EXCELLENT LAND ONE MILE PROM CARMAN-GAY. ALL UNDER CULTIVATION. WRITE, PHONE CALL D. E. HARRIS PHONE 1017, ROOM 4, McDONALO 35-0 LAND POR SALE UM> ACRES aplendld land, sontb ot Orastr Ukke; �19-50 per acre, traight crop parment |�0 ACRBS �1oa� to Waraar;' 1800 GMli, balMce on crop payment. 140 ACRBB dOM to Wilton Sldlag, aocA fr-rm laad.^ lat.OO per aero; 9f to owh, balance to suit. MO ACRBS S mllM. from Barnwell; 100 acres ready for crop, ttalance atabble; fenced; good well. MLOO y�r aere, |l,Wa oaab, balance to rait IM ACRBS irrigatod lABd, 3 mUw from StlrUng. S-IS wator right ft�.00 per aero. R. V. QIBBONS A CO. MwM lltl. �almenil Bletk. 34-0 SPECIAL VALUES MAUL RANCH comprlalng 320 acrw, balldiaga, corrals, fenc^ and cross tencaa, with good supply ot bay and water. Price $16. Easy terma. BIOH CLASS RANCH-7000 aerea leaiod 10 years, 8000 aerea deeded, too tons hay, 1000 cattle. Suitable bulldlnsa, corrals, fences, heavy buffalo grass aid abundant water. This la a thoroughly equipped ranch tn one of the boat catila dlatrleta in Southern Alberta. Price for leaaed land 80 cenU, deeded $14. Further Information cheerfully giyen to bona-fide purcbasera. BELECTED WHEAT LANDS In Warner. Taber, Lethbridge, Barona, Retiaw and Nadton Dlatrleta. UONBT TO LOAN on Imprcvod farm* and city property. W. P. NELSON A COMPANY, 410 >th Street South. 24-0 LAND POR SALE ^ SECTION. 6 miles from Magrath; $SOQ cash, balance easy. H SECTION east ot. Wilson Siding, good level land, no atones, adjoins land selling at $35,00 per itere. for sale Bt $20.00 per acre. $700 cash, balance crop paymenta. WELL IMPROVED H section, 6 miles from Lethbridge, for sale as going concern. 125 a^res can be put in wheat 1918, part summerfallowed. 9�0 ACRBS near Chin. AU workable. J80 acree aammertallow, 170 acres stubble. $S5.00 per acre. Terms. This is a real snap for the man who can handle It. COX A COMPANY Phone ia08.. 330 Pifth St. LAND POR SALE 1280 ACRES of choice wneat lands, lying eikst of Nobteford, and four miles from elevator, atore, post office, . broken, 66 aerea summer-faHow and new breaking, also considerable , fall plowing doAe; house, barn, good well, all fenced, 27 head, ot i well '. br�d cattle. 11 good horses, 8 shoats, 2 sows, 60 hens, 8 turkeys, machinery and household effects. Price $43.60 per acre; $6,600.00 cash, balance crop payment e40 ACRBS in the Barons District. Largest percentage ot it is tillable. Fenced and cross-fenced. Watered by large dam. 330 acres of new breaking ready to seed in the sprn.^ ot 1918. House 12x16, stable for 6 horses. Price $31.60 per acre. 480 ACRES lying straight east ot Nobleford, alx miles from elevator. Choice wheat lands, every acre tillable. 90 acres of new breaking in good shape for 1918 crop. Price $26.50 per acre; one-third cash..balance in thrOe equal annual payments at 6 per cent. 640 ACRES ot unimproved lands lying 3 1-2 mMea S. E. ot Skiff, on the Lethbridge-Weyburn 4lne. Land exceptionally good and first class wheat land. one-quarter cash, balance in three LOST AND FOUND (When Rsplylng Mention Th� Ilerald) POUND-One pair eye glasses. Owner apply Herald.. 19-Ox LANDS POR SALE IF YOU WANT to aell your farm list It with us. wa HAVE BNQIJIRIB6 for irrigable ' and non-irrlgabla farms. Improved and unimproved. WILSON A SKEITH Phono 1343. Sherloek Bulldinf. 32-0 LAND FOR SALB CWhwi lt�plrtti� M�BttoB Th� H�r�W> FOR FARM LAND see D. E. Xing, Oraaay Lake, Alta. I have 5000 acres of improved laads^ Bow Islaod, Taber, Burdett dlitrloti, from $1S to $45 per aero with slAcblnery. 27-12 PARM LANDS i A Oood Buy ?SrE MILB from City Llmlta-^ quar-tor section of Irrigable laad with fall watar right. Eaay Urma. ALSO HAVE A few other parcoto of IrrigsMe land la the L�thbridg� and Cotf dale diatrlcu at reasonabl. prtOM aad eaay terma. ptor ton putienlara: WILSON A BKEITH. O.P.R. Aoenta. Shorlook BtilMlni. 32-0 AT RAYIND orm FOR SALE tho large two Moray brick balldlac haowa aa th. Mewrttr iBToatsent Block, now oe-cpled by King Bros. MeroaatUe Oo-'ot ol. TMa la the heat hwilaoBB mm la lUymont. THE PILtma LAND CO., LTD. . Leilibrldfe 36-0 FC)ft SALE-487 acres well Improved 250 aerea plowed, 6:room house, good bam and out buildings, rented tor thla year. Price $28.00 per acre\ ;$3.000 cash, balance halt crop. T. K. Huff, Alberta Block, Lathhrldge. 26-6 FOR SAI,B-320 acres, northeaat of Chin, 200 acres plowed, - good house and bam, 38x40 hip roof. Leased for two years at halt o-op. Price $36.00 pOr acre, $3,500.00 cash, balance half crop. T. M. Huff, AlberU Block. Leth-bridge. 26-6 IOEIaL STOCK and Dairy PropoalUon -Adjoining townslte of Skiff and 60,-000 aerea free range, N.E. halt 22-6-14. Only $8.00 per acre. $725.00 cash, balance 4 years. Enquire owner, D. W. DetwUor. 3222 7th a SL W., Calgary. Alta. 31-6 LOST-^-ai?' of eye glasses, E. U* Ry lands Store. 24-0 SIlTtATIONS VACANT (When lleplylnc Mention The Ilorald) WANTED-^Stenosrapher. Coi and Company, 330 Pifth St. south. 31-0 LOST-One pair eyo-giassos iu case. Finder please relura to Herald Office and receive reward._ 30-6 LOST-A heart-shaped stone cliarm off watch fob. Finder kindly return to Herald Office aitd rocelvo reward. _^ r- . ��_34-Ox LOST-One dartf Iron grey horse colt, white stripe In face; no brand, strayed from Bradshaw Siding. $5 reward for information leading to recovery. D. H. Bingham, Magrath. Alta. 3fc-U LOST-3 gray mares; iibout 1400 lbs. clipped fore top. One blue grey mare, weight about 1500 lbs., clipped tore top. Liberal reward for information. H. W. Gates, Taber, Albefta. 32-6 LOST-Lady's wrlsi watcn between the Windsor Ho,tel and Lethbridge Laundry, 4th St, S., on Wednesday; January 9th. Reward for return to E. Chaplin, cdro Union Bank, or Chief ot Police. , WANtBD-Servant ror general housework. No cooking, 422 6th Ave. S., J, H. Goodman. 20-0 geuural Inquire 31-� WANTBD-Woman to do housework for family of two. 634 9th St. S. BARBER MlSCELLANEOtlS WANT# (When tltiplylnir Mention The HernTili IntlVATB LbAN \VANfBD:r|-75eo. Will iU-e firat mortgage oh city property, Box 531, Lethbridge. 34-6 WANTED-At Ed. Ken-nedy's, would consider taking partner in barber shop, cigar and now� stand. Ed. Kennedy. Phone 371. 29-0 \VANTEI>-A girl for general house-work on farm. Wagps $35.00. Mrs. F. Knapp, Coaldale, Alberta.' Pbono R204.__31-6 \VANTBD-Auto mechanic for small out of town garage. A good steady position for a good alt-round man. Ap- ply Nobleford Garage.__32-6 WANTED - \Voman to do general housework on a farm. Good wages. Apply Mrs. E. H. Tracbt. S26 6th St. S. Phone 1777.__ 34-2 WANTBD-A teacher VVANTEIJ-Stcer.^ .comliig three years old, In good feeding coml tion. Apply Tho Noble Foundntloh, 'Ltd.. Nobleford. �[_ , 29-0 NVANTKD^WIlfTttke an active partner In barber, shbp and cigar stand. Reason, other business. Ed. Kennedy, caro ot Lethbridge Hotel._32-0 WANTED-To huy good steam plowing outfit with nOhtrar.t of thousand acres spring plowing. Can uso Avery Under-mounted Engine. Address Box 28. Herald. -516 acres 8 juiles north of Co4ley; 140 ready for crop; 100 in timothy; 6 room house with water and telephone; 3 large haras 40x60, hold 120 tona ot hay; lATge mAch'lne ibed And CAttle ahed; other out buUd-tnga; about 175 acres Irrigated out ot Todd Creek that riua through the tarn. Water right deeded, to the land, no eipOBse to owner; 11 good horaea, 5 coira,.7 hogs, 3 wagons, 8 set of hAr-neaa, aot ot good machinery for mn-Dlng the farm; seed and hay for spring one. Price for all $48 per acre, $8000 caab, balance arranged. This is A oholeo buy. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lettbridge. 35-12 head tor the return of all or part ot the following animals strayed from pasture east of Barons, A'lta. One-half .ibove reward for information only as to their, Ibcatlon. 2 black geldings coming 4 and 5 years, branded LOST-Strayed from Hardlevlller one bay mare with.June colt, 4 years old, weight about ilOO. lbs., star in face. Wire cut between front legs, branded left shoulder.iiteward $15.00 for return to Chas. Warpan, Taber,, _care of Canada West Coal Co., 01 lo Mr. L. F. Bonnell, Lethbridge. ' 34-6 1249; 4th Ave. S. Phone 1259. Or at Wright's Jewelry Store." Phono 1383. WANTED-Men ana womon to le:ra barberlBg. Best equipped school In Canada. Wages while learning arid tools free. S.tuatlona guaranteed at top salaries. Write for illustrated book of Intormation and instruction to The Moloi Barbe; College, 229 9tli Ave. East, Calgary, Alta. 298-75 TO IlENT (When Replying Mention The Heraldl WANTBD-500 mor* men wanted to lesrn Automobile Gas-Tractor trAde, day an^' ovoning classes, at Hemphill's Oove.nment Chartered Qaa Engine Schools. Our atudenta are tAugtat by actual prACtice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Tractors, StationAry and Marine �;igines: Our own Free Employment Office will help you choose a position after completing as automobile or truck drivef and mechanic or tractor ,engineer. Writo or call tor free catalogue. Hemphill's Motor Schools, 228 9th Ave. East, CialgAry, Alta. Branfches at liegina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Attend the nearest branch to you. i 290-0 TO RENT-Furnished room, to let in fully modern house. Also use ot telephone. Apply 3*4 7th Ave. south, cor-her 4th St.___29-0 TO BENT-Storag* apace lor aU kinds of gobda. lUtaa iMSonable gaundera Hay A GrAla Co.. 1331 3nd Aveu\i� South rh.>ne 731 33�-^� TO RENT-Furnished suite In Klrk- WANTED-Farmers and farmers' sons, don't remain Idle all winter HelD will be scarce next summer. Vou can learn to operate and repair tractor engines and automobiles In four to six weeks time at Hempb:il'�i before Feb. 1st. Apply 528 6th St. S. 32-6 ' Sealed Tenders, addressed to tho Minister ot Public Works, and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies", will bo received ~At the Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, up'to noon of Saturday, tho 2nd liny of'February, 1918, tor the supply and 'delivery of groceries, flour, oatmeal, etc, during the year ending December. 3l8t, 1918, to the Provincial Gaols at Lethbridge and Fort Saskatchewan, and the Hospital tor tho Iitsana, Jioitoka, ahd :tho lloapltal tor Iteturned Soldiers, Red Deer. Ealch tender must be accompanied by uti accepted cheque on a chartered bank lor five per cent of tho amount of tho tender, made payable to the order of the Minister of Publle Works, which will bo forfeited to the Government of Alberta In case the successful terider-or refuses or neglects t(> enterlrlnto contract or when entered Into falla to carry out the provisions thereof.- The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications may be seen, approximate quantities given, and form' ot tender supplied upon application to the Department ot Public Works, Edmonton. L. C. cnARLESWORTH. Deputy Minister o� Public Works. Edmonton, January 15th, 1918. Ad W -' ' '� �^ AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and %vlll conduct riales anywhere In the province. The boat of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phono 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business. LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. HOUSE FOR 8ALK--i rooms and bath on Seventh Ave. A. south, first bouae west ot Athletic grounds Stablr Private Bills at the next sessloa of tha Legislative Assembly, will explra on Monday, the a8th day of JanuaiT 1918. JOHN R: COWELL, Ad Q . Clerk of the House. MURCHISON BROS., GADDES ft BRADEN LBTHBRIDOC ;414 4th Avo. a. ; Phone t�oa 'Offlsos: Calgary. Champion, Swal' ' well, Cralgihyla, fUvsly. FOR SALE Beit BttUding Ut in Citjr 50 feet facing east on .lltb St., between 6th and 7th Ave. $1600 it sold before Feb, lat. Apply 528 6th St S. 33.0 BARGAINS ON USED CARS Three 1917 Ford Touring Cars, ' $325.00, $300.00, $276.00. One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car, $400.00. One 1014 McLaughlin Touring Car. $400.00. One 1$17 Dodge Touring Oar, $975.00. One 1916 Dodge Touring $660.00. One Chevrolet Touring Car, $560. One Ford Truck, $226,00. These cara.are in good running condition and are ottered At the above prices for immoillate cale, THE STANDARD GARAGE. 327 Third St. S. 20-6 FOR SALE-Doherty organ, design, walnut case, slightly used, good tone; Just retielvtd with carload lot Price $05 with stool, Easy.payments. Mason & Hlsch Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbridge.__35-1 FOR SALE-(Agr!cultural) (When Itenlylr.K Stontlon Tho ifcrn;dl __FOR SALE-Holstein co^v.. Apply Box cottage; 928, city. _32-6 TO BENT-About 900 acres n�>w land, mostly ready for crop. Will rent to party with equipment and to furnish seed, etc. Basis one-third free to owner, or will furnish halt seed for hall crop. Box 173 Lethbridge. 9-0 STpRE FOR RE>ff-The pre.alseB now occupied by the Royal Store will be available for rent on or about January 21st, 1918. This Is one ot tho beat located, best appointed and finest stores in Lethbridge. Apply A..--------_______ southard, 2211 Seventh St. West C.l; FQR SALE-FIXTURES. AP- PLY HAYR HARDWARE CO, ,31-0 FOR SALE-One good cow, (jlue, to calve any day now, also one beef cow, cheap tor cash. Apply 720 10th St. N. FOR SALE-Looii^ t mothF^and "al- FOR SALB-RestaUi^t^nd contec { J?"" ,^,'''ir�','r'"^'^ ^^J^l tlonery at North Battleford, Sask., sit-' B�� 33, Herald.. __J3-;-2 uated on the best cornfer, opposite tho FOR SALE-One "Big Four" kerosene railway station; good business year, bwnlng engine (30-(iO)and S bottom round; good reason for sale. For fur-1 Verity engine gansplow. Both In tirst-ther particulars apply Wm. Kochlos, " " ' - - Empress Coniectlonery, South Edmon- ton, Alta._J__35-6 FOB SALE-Kreel . upright piano In perfect* condlt.on, good toned. Cash DRAYING Phonea 134S or I3K$, Turner & Witchell arrice at Ktnnedy'a4t0 13th St CoalC.O.D. 3 price $200.00. In payments. Apply 624 12th St. C. North. $210.00. 4-fix WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO'Rl'.'NT-Housekeeping rooms, suitable for 2, turnlphed. Centrally located. Apply Herald Box 13. _____ 32-6 WANTED TO UB.NT - Young man wants room and board, with private' family, close In. Apply care of Box 531, City._,__34-0 FOR SALE-About 30 straw plies, plenty ot water. Phone R 504 or write B. H. Tracht. 037 10th St. S. _. '__I 33-6 WANTED -A discharged soldier wishes work,. Is an all round handy man, can handle team. Delivery man or work In furniture store. Apply J. R. Oliver, Board of Trade. 33-Ox class condition. Write or phone, E. B. Loucks, Bow Island, Alberta. 30-6 FOR SALE-Four' good milch co'wi; one fresh, others to freshen within two weeks. All four years old. Apply City Cartage Co., 400 5th St S., Phone 438. I \ . 32-6 FOR SALE-One first class dairy cow, fresh, with heifer calf, one due to freshen In two weeks. Apply J. H. j Stephen, general dellveryv 4 miles S.E. ot City. 32-,'? ATLAS TRAN5FER BAGGAGE EXPRESS COAL COD. PHONE 1717 B. Wig�,Prop. Office: Prank Miles' Shoe Store Fourth Ave. S. 31-8 NOTICE DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between J. Schultz and R. D. Rltohje, doing business under tho name Sohultz & I Ritchie, vulcanlxlng plant, is dlsaolv-! ed, Mr. Ritchie having purchased Mr. Schultz's interest and Mr. Schultz , withdrawing. Mr. Ritchie is assuming all liabilities and will conduct the business In the future. Both prlncl- WANTbD TO hb.Nt - Experienced farmer with two bohb, one married, 'i'i years old, other 14 years, and a daughter 17 years old. Could look after cattle and stock. Very well acquainted with all farmiuK Implements. For particulars apply to S. P. HoodracpCf, Thrcems, B.C. '31>1 FOR SALE-Contents ot five room modern cottage. Gas, good turnitiire and In first class condition, ^ottago to rent to purchaser. Aiiply 6th St. 8.___33-0 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETn.E. MENTS. PHONE 770. AFTER SIXP.M.,469. SITUATIONS WANTBD (When rtcplylnB Mrrtlon The Flernld'i WANTED-ExpwToncod farmer wants pals In the partnership wish to thank! the public for the very generous pal-''pos tlon aa foremnn on stock or grain ronage accorded and assure old cus- ranch. Good mechanic: Aocuatomed tomers and new of (;be contlithance ot to stock and treat lug'Wl common dl^-the good service Ijorotofore given. eases omong them. Apply Box 84, \ R, D, RITCHIE, Herald Oltlce, or call 319 Bth Avo-I i 34-6 V J, SCHUiiTZ. S, s * WANTED Listings on farm. lands, especially Irregaled lands. I now have conneptlons with the leading ot-fires In the irrigated districts ot tho Uhited States, who are bringing In buyers this' spring, who,are accustomed to Irrigated lands and want listings fi'ora owners who are anxious ^to make an early sale o( their land. / W. H. MILLAR LAND^ COMPANY. , Phono 323. Lethbridge. Office, first door wsst �l ItnlenBark.  48--0 FOR SALB-^Seed wheat, early Bart, ninety-day wheat, $3.00 f.o.b., Taber. Prompt attention to all orders. Phono R1002, or write Edward Dase, Box 300, Taber. 82-12 ^0T1CE Notice Is hereb> given that on the twenty-eighth day of January, 1918, at the hour of 2 p.m. at the schoolhoi^so, C;oa)hurat, there will be ottered tor sale by public auction tor arrears of taxes and costs In, acgordance with the tiarms of the School Assessment Ordinance the barn ..owned by Mrs. Wm. McNabb and situated oh Lots, 3 and 4, Block 5, Bridgend Sub-division. '  W. C. MARSH, Troa;urer Ooalhurst S.D. No. 2394 Date.gf first Insertion, Jan. 1018. Ad V DRAYING or All \stm\% WcsternTransfcrCo. ^^liiiitHl Offlca-C P. R, Preight Shagi PHONES Offite .......is.i 1U� ' Stabita .....i... 10,000 COYOTES WANTED " / Will pay from $6.00 to tO.OO for Oooef Hides. LETHBRIDQE HlOE, PELT A PUR. CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegr.iph OffletS Reforanses: Standnrd Bank. '0*flea Phone 7>� , Hflildenee Phone 320 OXY-ACETYLENE Cor. lst^\vc and 10th � -street". ;