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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TUESDAY. JANX'AHY'2!). 1918 CLASSIFIED ADS Tell them You Saw it in The Herald' CLASSIFIED ADS 1 �� BUYING A FARM > THERE ARE LISTED HERE FARMS 160 TO 1000 ACRES * * LA3SIFJKD AVS. VOll Tills 1\\ge MbST Bl2 ix OVF1CB BT 10.45 a.m., to Ari'jKAn #a.me Day.-25c ax Insertion i oit 2d Worm ok Less-Six Times fob Pjuce of Fotjfc MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE :: SELLING YOUR FARM? THERE ARE HU NDREDS OF PROSPECTIVE BUYERS FARM LANDS FOR SALE �SSt Improved Farm 800 ACRES CLOSE LETHBRIDGE All under cultivation. W0 acres-iumni erf allowed. 200 acres more* :o be put in crop in 1P1S. Good house. o:her buildings. 32 acres irrigated. All fenced, etc. Price J45.00 arie. Keasonsbhf cash payment and terms- Improved Farm 640 ACRES CLOSE CAKMANGAY $20 acres sumnjerfallow. 320 a :es fummerf allowed test year. Prie: 00. Cash $7;000, balance terms. TO THE WAGE LAND for sale Save money and Invest in one of onr good hornet little farms. IT MEANS PROTECTION agatnst OLD AGE and REDUCED EARNINGS. TO THE PROFESSIONAL MAN- LAWYER- DOCTOR, TEACHER. . CLERGYMAN. Pt� your surplus earning? where . they'1 increase in value. ANCHOR.; some of vouv future in SOUTH- \ BJRN ALBERTA LAND, where the \ tide of PRODUCTION will SWEKP } YOtTTt SHIP into the HARUOK OF i PROSPERITY. ; TO THE BUSINESS MAN- These are STRENTOCS TIMES, I CHBDITS. SUPPLIES and PRICES. { all out of control. A KITTLE invent-! \V:$o ACHES of choice wheat lands, ; lying oust of Nobleford, and four i j miles from elevator, store, po.^ of-, I Hce, tiO acres breaking and partly fenced. Price $22.00 per acre, third [ cash, balance in three equal anuual payments ut 6 per con'. Hid ACRES with 130 acrefc of good tillable wheat land, three and one-half LOST AND FOUND (Whoii Replying Mention TUo Herald) miles from Grassy Lake. 4i> acres , y;^^ LOST-A heart-shaped stone charm off watch fob. Finder kindly return to Herald Office aud. receive reward. !- 34-Ox LOST-A  black,. IeuTikm ha rid ~i>urse, near Oih Aye 'and :12th St., or 5th Ave. A, containing small amount of money. Return to 1212 6th Ave. S.  4L-2 SITUATIONS VACANT (When Replying Mention Tho Herald) ready for crop 1918, Price $2,600.00; $1,000.00 cash, balance arranged. M0 ACHES in High Kivor District, one-hiiK mile from town, 200 acres broken, 05 acres summer-fallow and new breaking:, also considerable fall plowing done: house, barn, good One dark iron "prey horse, Colt, white stripe in. Jace; no brand, *Ua$N ed from Bradgh'aiv Siding. $5 reward for information Mending: to recovery* a H, Gingham,rlJIagratlu Alta'. 35-12 LOST-Ladyrs wrSf wat ch between the Windsor Hotel and Lethbridge wciir'all "feared: � ""oi" well j Uundry. 4* St. S, , on Wednesday. ncnt in A will BP I NO MIND. Southern AU>c** tji FAR5i PROFIT and PEACE 6i? i CALL WRITE. D. E. HARRIS WIRE PHONE PHONE 1017, ROOM 4, McDONALO 100 J. HARRIS A CO. North of Lethbridge Hotel. improved farms to choose from. 25-0 0 VALUES bred cutile, it good horses, S shoats. 2 sows, 60 hens,-8 turkeys, machinery and household effects. Price $43.50 pet acre: $6,000.00 cash, balance crop payment. G40 ACRES in the Barons District. Largest percentage of rt is tillable. Fenced and cross-fenced. Watered by large dam. 320 acres of new breaking reariv to seed in the spring of 1PIS. House 12x10, stable for 6 horses. Price $31.50 per acre. 4S0 ACRES lying straight cast of January 9th. Reward for return -to E. Chaplin, care Union Bank, or Chief iif Police. _ ___s ..Jit? 'STRAY BD==From Sec" i-U-Tl "bay gelding coming 4 years; four white feet; white stripe in.face, branded on left shoulder; $5.00 reward. Box 15. Burdcti. Alberta t. 37-6 --2--JL---;-T LOST-W llolstein cows and one red bald-faced cow, with two last spring calves. All branded on right GL WANTED � i rib$. Reward for information Nobleford. six miles from elevator, j loading to recovery. P. O. Box Choice wheat lands, every acre till-1 471, Lethbridge. acres of new breaking in j V able. 00 good shape fcr 101S crop. Price -One bay .2 years old, horse-. L colt, one brown mare Z veans old past, S2G.50 par acre; one-third cash, na*" j botli branded on right shoulder a nee in three equal annual pa>- j g.>K (in ^^.j^i (,ra..mn(frtH A GOING CONCERN-500 acres wheat farm, improved, including live stock and -implements. For quick sale $37.50.per acre. This is an excellent opportunity. SELECTED WHEAT LANDS in War-ner, Taber. Lethbridge, Barons, Retlaw and -Nantou Districts. MONEY TO LOAN on improTed farms and city property. W. P. NELSON & COMPANY, 416 5th Street South. 240 i Three Good bfeck. Land. or four Sections of Wheat Land in Will consider Raw Have $10,000 as I firat cash payment. APPLY BOX 3 HERALD ments at l? per cent. 040 ACRES of unimproved lands lying o 1-2 miles S. E. of Skiff, on the Lethbridge-Weyburn line. Land exceptionally good and first class wheat laud. Price 320.00 per acre, one-quarter cash, balance in three $25.00 reward for information leading to recovery or ?50.00_____ reward for return tu my farm, tour miles east and two miles north or New Dayton. John Whhesel. _ 20-2li LOST -3 gray maros1 about 1400 lbs. clipped fore top. One blue srey mare, pavments at 6 per cent. No principal \ weight about 1500 lbs., clipped fore will bo due in 1918 providing the i ^P- Liberal reward for information, purchaser will break and prepare j R- " � Oates, Taber, Alberta. WANTED-Servant ror general housework. No cooking, 422 Gtli Ave. S., J iL Goodman. 20-0 W A NT 1^ D^riiiuTcT a" K6od~(Iml very man. A^ply larket. House rjho_nc W1307. ____;r4"s WANTED-500 mor\NTS" '(When Replying .Mention The " Herald] _ .___ _ _____ � . 1 . __ WANTED-A Standard sewing machine; quote price in first letter. Apply Box 4 Herald. _37-6 WANTED-Immediately. .'1 or 4 greyhounds, about one or two years old-Apply at once, Box O Herald. 40-Ox WANTED-Steers coming three years old, in good feeding condition. Apply The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Noble-fonL_ 29-0 WANTED-Will take' an active part* ner in burber shop and cigar stand. Reason, other business, Kd. Kennedy, care of Lethbridge Hotel. 22-0 WANTED- Krom owner, closed lease abundance of f**t:d and water. Fenced. Must be rlpht for cash. Give full particulars. It. MeKnrland, 102 1st Street West Calgary. .38-0 WANTED-2nd i i;.nd~Touring Car, Chevrolet preferred. Must he fn good condition. Stale lowest cash price and FOR SALE-065 "acres 8 miles north of Cowley; HO ready for crop; 1 (Iu in timothy; 0 room house with water and telephone; 2 large barns 40x00, | hqld 3'JO tons of hay; large machine 'shed and cattle shed; other out buildings; about j7."� acres irrigated out of Todd ('reek that runs through the farm. Wate * right deeded to the land, no expense to owner; 11 good horses. 5 cows, 7 hogs, ?, wagons,-x8 set of harness, set of good machinery for running the farm; seed and hay tor spring user Price for all $4K per acre, $8000 cash, balance arranged. This is-a choice buy. T. M. Huff, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. ,'55-12 SITUATIONS WANTED (Whan Keplying Mention Th� Herald) WANTED-Thoroughly capable " ao-countant and office man is open for engagement. ISxperienced in taking full charge of mining or business office. Beat references. Box 1, Herald. :10-0 take.a plebiscite of the electors of the city as. to the following proposed amendments to the Charter of the City of Lethbridge: QUESTION 1: Shall the present preferential ballot be retained or shall we leturn to tho straight ballot, similar to that used at present i.i voting for School Trustees. QUESTION 2: Shall a,candidate for any Commissioner's office be required to have tho same qualification as a burgess, viz.: $4-00.00. - At present no qualification is required. AND TAKE NOTICE that the votes on these questions will bo taken at the following places from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. on Tuesday. February 5th, 1018. At the Gymnasium of Westminster School.by Harry Dawson, Deputy Returning Officer. At the City Clerk's Office in the City Hall by Donald A. Duff, Returning Officer. � - DONALD A. DUFF, Ad B. . City Clerk. USED CAR SNAPS Chevrolet, "closed car ^ Chevrolet Touring car Dodge Roadster Ford Truck ..... * * * * 4*4 * 4 w 4 S775.00 $600.00 $625.00 $275.00 BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY f full particulars. Station, Alberth P. M. Harrad, Pincher AGENTS {"When Vtoplyinj? WANTED "Meudpti l4i� Horalfl) AGENTS^MarvelouiT dtscoVery, enor- mous demand; wash clothes white! without rubbing; waSh-day a delight; no fuss, no ;nuss, dtt'e hundred per cent profit; �end ten cents for can-1 vassing samples. Onrretsou, Brant- j Xord, Out. �� � * ^ Ad Rj ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 ' P.O. Box 805 henderson, REID AND PATERS6N Chartered Accountants. Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining* Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge AUCTION EERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct aalos nuywhore in the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For salo date*}, phono 1053 or 205 Rural. ^ Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. BARGAINS ON USED CARS Three L0J7 Ford Touring Cars, $325.00, $a00.00, $1175.00. One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car $400.00. One 1914 McLaughlin Touring Car, $400.00. One rtl7 Dodge Touring Car. One IDlfi Dodge- Touring Car $550.00. One Chevrolet Touting Car, $560 /One Ford Truck, $226.00. These cars are in good running condition and are offered at th* above prices for immediate uale. THE STANDARD GARAGE 327 Third St. S. FOR QUICK SALE i One Chevrolet Closed Touring Car 625.00 Good As New. *4 TRY A HERALD WANT M Apply: Palace Motors 308 2nd Ave. S. or Phone 16S6 U-i ii } i i i i i i' L j r t ;