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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBniDGE DAIL\ HBBALD THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1918 YOU CAN GET MOST THINGS BY READING AND USING WANT ADS Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Same Day.-25c an Iiiiertion for 25 Words or Lesi-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. THOMPSON UNO FORJ I will sell at moderate price ^v,^ on easy terms four (4) sections o' my best Spring Coulee farm land, all In one body. Crop failure unknown. Call at my home, one half mile west bl Spring Coulee, for particulars and Inspection. Mrs. Clara C, Thompson. 149-0 LAND FOR SALE For the next ten days wo will offer Section 1,1 and tho South half and North West Quarter of Section 24 In 5-14 at $10.00 per acre; terms. See this bargain before buying. R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block 163-10 E Dry weather and short crops show the advisability of mixed farming and tock raising. Kor grass and ha^ land and mixed farming there le nothing In Alberta equal to the Knight Sugar Co, lapds, now'offered in any sized tracts on easy terras at reasonable prices. Write or call tor price list on any part of this 120,000 acres. Central Montana Ranches Co. Geo. B. Thomp-on, agent, Victoria Mansions, Leth bridge, Alta. 170-& MIXED FARMIN PRAIN GROWING can be undertaken with every assurance of better than average yields each year In districts which we can recommend. MIXED FARMING eliminates the uncertainty of yearly Income and land in these districts can now be purchased at very reasonable prices, .[DNIMPROVED and improved grain growing' and mixed farming propositions in Olds, Bowden, Innisfail and other north country districts. ALBERTA FARM AGENCY Phont M45S0 706A Centre St Calgary, Alberta. Ten years' experience in colonizing In Alberta, having located settlers upon lands, valued at over $10,000,-OOO.OO: 171-0 STOCK RANCHES FOR SALE IN PINCHER CREEK DISTRICT. SECTION bordering on park reserve, cheap, house and outbuildings. 1600 ACRES 10-year closed lease. ALSO FARMS, big and small, ranging from 3000 acres to 160 acres. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON PIncher Creek, Alta. 168-0 LAND FOR SALE IRRIGATED quarter section, good buildings. 150 tons alfalfa, fifty acres wheat. 15 acres oats. A snap. Exclusive agents- MURCHISON BR08,"gA0DES"'& BRADEN. " 330 5th St., South. Empress Block. 172-3 MONEY TO LOAN (When Replylns Mention The fferald) MONEY TO LOAN-We haye a considerable amount to loan on Improved farm land. Interest 8 per cent. Prompt service. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., 10 McDonald Block, Leth-bridge, Alberta. 165-0 NOTICE MANYBERRIES CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT, No. 44. Manyberrjes, Alberta. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed tenders addressed to the un-derslgned, will be receiived by the board of school trustees up to five o'clock p.m. Friday, July 5th, 1918, tor the erection and completion of the several works required in the erecting of the Manyberries Consolidated School. Plane and spectflcations and all ^information may be had on application to the architect, G. M. Lang, C.E., Calgary, Alta,, A deposit of Ton Dollars must be made by contractors re' quiring set of plans, which will be re turned on receipt uf bona-tlde tender. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted check upon a chartered bank, payable to the undersigned lor at least five per cent. (5%) of the amount of the tender, which will be tortedted to the board should the par-t|r tendering refuse to enter into a Contract If called upon to do so. Cbequea will be returned to the un-�uccewiful bidders on the signing of the contract, Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, J. .�. DUNCAN, M.D, |4d B ' SecreUrjr, ? ? o are waiting to be called for. > > 4. 10, 11. 12. 14, 16, 19. SO, � ? 34. ^5. 44, 47, 48, 51, 53, 63, ? ? 67. 72, 77, S3, 84. > O � LOST AND FOUND (When Upp'.ytnK Mention Th� HeraMI WANTED AT ONCE We have buyers for the following propositions: . One to three secetions ot deeded land with small lease, with or without stock. Cattle Ranch without stock in Plnchor Creek or Okotoks District. Section of raw or partly Improved land well located for cash buyer. One qudrter or one half section of deeded land and/ small lease. It you have property to answer any of these descriptions, we should be pleased to have you call, phone or �write us. THE CANADA LAND COMPANY ] First door west of Union Bank i Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone 3231 169-6' LOST-Two 34x4 H tires on rims. Reward for return to P. V. Lewis, Phone 1725_or 1392^___166-6 TOUNf>^A jack on prairie of North Lethbrldge. Mrs. Pntk, 1923 Sth Ave, North. 172-1 LOST-One white Wicker suit case, between depot and. 14th St. S., 3rd Ave. N. Initial on suit c.iso E.A.C. Finder kindly return to .Mason Bros, or phone to 1663. 172-2 STRAYED^l "i)urox-Gorscy mafo hog, weight about 350 lbs. Reward as to whereabouts of this hog. Notify Bruce Balrtorson. Box 139, Magrath, Alta. 170-3 LOST-Small card case containing Telegraphers' Union card, stamps, etc. Kinder please return to Hemld Office^ 170-2x LOS'f-On^ Kroy'm'aro'branded D on right hip, weight about 1400 pounds. $10 reward for Intormntion leading to recovery of this horae. Wm. Bennett. 534 6th St. Si Phone_1296. 172-6 I .o�T-A red nnd'wint'e "hoffof'brand-eil on left shoulder. $10.00 re-�vard for information loading to recovery. Mike Koatelnek, 1221 u Ave. North. 169-6 PINCHER CREEK Raw and Improved Farm Lands; Ranches and Grazing Land. 1600 acres grazing lease for sale. Write or come and see. I will save you time and money. J. W. HARWOOD PIncher Creek. Alta. 169-12 CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY. LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and IRRIGIBIE UNDS The lands are In the district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan riven. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company is looking for bona fide settlers. We would bo pleased to have you Inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all inquiries direct through the company's office at Medicine Hat We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY. LTD. Box 677 Phone 2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA LOST-One 2-ye!�r-old Clyde stud bay, branded on left shoulder. $10 reward for reco\ery of same. Notify L. Davies, Wren-Ui.iui. Alta. 162-12 LOST-Brown horse, branded E over 0 on left side of face, 16 years old, weight 900 pounds. Reward for information leading to recovery of same. Woh Hop, p.o. Box 10, Clt;-. ______ lOS-6 Lost-1 bay, five year-old mareTwIth 2 months old bay colt, no brand, and 1 grey, 9year-old gelding, brand quarter circle over 120. $10 reward for inCoi'mation leading to recovery. James Donnelly, Taber. 172-6 STKAyED-2 white faced cows, branded on the right horn 9.14 on one uuu 15.14 on the other, also tatooed. $10.00 regard for each for Information as to the whereabouts of these cows. Notify John McD. Davidson, Coaldale, Alta. _'_172^6 LOST-3 grey and 1 Day horses^ weight about 1400 lbs., 3 greys have fore tops clipped, 1 grey has wire cut on left hind leg. $50.00 reward for information leading to recovery of these horses. John Wagner, Travers, Alta. 165-13 LOST-$50 reward for recovery of three light bay horses, all branded white stripe on faces, one has about 1200 pounds, and have on right shoulder, and weight white feet. Notify r. H. Denhart, p. O. Box 6, Taber, Alta. 172-18 LOST-One bay 3 years old, horse-colt, one brown mare 4 years ol"! past, both branded on right shoulder $25.00 reward for information leading to recovery or $50.00 _ reward for return to my farm, four miles east and two miles north of Now Dayton. John Whitesel. 152-26 TO RENT (When neplyink Mention The MeraWt TO RENT-Comfortablo furnished bedroom. 2U nth Av^_S^__108j6 I'O KENT-Two"wBrriurnlahed housekeeping rooms. Apply 515 7th Street South.  171-2 to RENT-A fumlsnod bedroom and liltohon suitable for young lady. Apply 1202 6th Ave. A. South. 1694 TO RENT-Two lurnlflhed -rooms, with gas stove. Apply 1248 Eth Ave. ASouth^ Phono 1767. 171-^2 to'llRNT-'Fuliy'furnished modera house. Close* in. Apply to W. P. Nelson & Co., 416 4th St. S., phono 1S14, 169-6 TO RENT-A furnished light house-kooping suite,, with gas. Apply 1264 4th Avo. S. IGD-0 TO RBNT - Light housekeeping rooms; no children preferred. Apply 313 Sth Avenue South.. 171-2 TO RENT-At once, large nicely furnished bedroom in Kirkham block. Apply Room 1 or to J. S. Kirkham, Phones 1030 or 573. 171-6 TO RENT-Storage space foir oil kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phono 732. TO RENT-Wall furnished front room with modern conveniences and use of phono, suitable for one or two persons. Apply at 313 '7th Ave. South. 170-6 TO RENT-Two splendid bedrooms in strictly modern house, well fumlshod, double beds. Will re^nt for period of two weeks or over. Apply 606 10th St. S. 167-8 GRAZING LEASE-One half section deeded land, and 11000 acre grazing lease, with 11 years to run. Abund-once of grass and water. Lots of good shelter. Apply to owner, Box 20, Herald. No agents. 162-0 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and sec for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4tlv*Ave. and 10th St.. S. Phone 647. TO FtENT-fn~Connaught~\Iansions', one very desirably furnished housekeeping apartment, with private verandah. No children. References required. Apply Victoria Mansions office. 3rd Ave. South. Phone 636. 162-0 SITUATIONS WANTED fW>i�n neolyln* Mention Th� Herald) WANTED-Lady book keeper desires position in small country town, experienced, would tfefk if desired. References. Box 45' Herald. 170-6 WANTED - Pcaition as salesman. House or travelling or office manager. Exemnt from military service. Address Box 38. Herald. 169-6 STRAYED-One bay gelding; also i dark bay gelding. Both branded t^JB^ on left hip. One bay gelding ilSSn white spot on forehead, short �!^J| front hoof. $25.00 reward for Information leading to recovery of these horses. Box 63, Monarch, or phone R 512, Monarch. 170-6 STRAYED-One dark grey horse, branded 2 on left hip; one white grey j.mare, branded H over (1) on left pshoulder. 1 bay mare branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse, 4 years old, strip on face, one white foot, branded H7 on left shoulder. A rewai-d of $5 per head will be paid tor Information leading to recovery, Wm. F. Connor, Eagle Butte, Alta. 159-0 STRAYED-To my place, two bay folrllti^s, one branded on left hip and one branded on right shoulder; wt. __about 1400 lbs.; also 2 dark uay or brown geldings, white faces, well matched, branded goose egg on right hip. Notify S. S. Rogers, Turin, Alberta; N. E. 1-4 7-11-9. 171-3h FARM LABOR-Wq have a number of strong, husky boys, ranging from 16 to 18 years of ag�( and from 105 of 185 lbs. In weight, i-eady for service on Alberta farms. S. O. S. zone headquarters, 415 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1804. C. B. McKInnon, Zone Supervisor.' WANTED-Work harvesting and threshing. . Understand horses and machinery and have .tjended separator for several years. Also wife, and daughter wish position as cook, both good. Have worked fh Alberta. C. D. Brown, Sand Point, Idaho, U. S. A. 167-0 SITUATIONS VACANT (Wi,.,^ neplylnc Mflntlon The llrraldi WANTED-Pontry girl. Apply Lethbrldge Hotel;____i72j;3 WANTED-A young girl to take care" of children. Apply Mrs. -M. Marshall, 954 Sth SL 3.. phone 1040. 170-3 WANTED-At once, a chamFer maid. Apply .Lethbrldge Hotel. 170-0 WANTED-Good girl at onceV family of three; easy place. Apply Mrs. R, Ripley, 1222 4th Ave. S. 171-6 WANTED-A young girl to help ^vIfH huuaaw6rk. No children. Apply 1008 6th Ave. 8. . . 169.6  ?  WANTEI>-Several salesladies *  required at once. Apply Man- *  ager Hudson's Ba;.- Co. 169-0 �  � WANTED-Girl for ~gone'rar~liouse-work. Wages $35 a month. Apply Mrs. R. Dygert. 634 Sth St. S._163^ WAN'flD-Maid (or diet kitchen; also one (or nurses homo. Apply O-alt Hos-pitaL 163-0 WANTED-QirlB to work In Laundry at once. Apply Foreman, Lethbrldge Laundry Co., Ltd, 158-0 WANTED-Good paper hanger. W. Emery, 936 9th St. S. Phone 338 154-0 WANTED-1 waitress and 1 waiter None but experienced need apply. White Lunch, 5th St. S. 167-0 WANTED-Housekeeper to work on farm, by widower with child of ten months. Elderly lady preferred. Apply Box 5, Herald. 168-6 WANTED-A girl to aselat with house work and care of children. Apply to Mrs. J. S. Kirkham, 310 13th Street^South. _ 171-G AGENTS'^^WANTED - For private Christmas cards; ladles or gents; samples free; profitable. Chlpchase, "Cardex," Darlington, England. 171-2 WANTED-Graduate nurse. Immediate position and superintendency guaranteed if satisfactory. Credentials. Apply Immediately Cardston Hospital Limited, Cardston. 171-G WE WILL PAY-You $225.00 to distribute religious and patriotic literature in your own community. Experience not required. SO days' work. International Bible Press, Toronto. Ad. L WANTED-Housekeeper, In modern home, no washing or ironing; good wages; two in family. Apply Mrs. H. E. Mlebach, 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 422. 170-0 FARM LABOR-Wo can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting (or work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 Sth St S., Lethbrldge, phone S45. 95-0 WANTED-First class stenographer and office assistant. One having^ general knowledge of booking preferred. Steady position and good salary to capable party. Apply Box 41, Herald. 172-0 WANTED-An experienced Irrigator. Also want to let contract (or stacking of 160 acres of alfalfa hay, by the ton. --We will do mowing and raking. Phone R711. C. B. Dunham, . Coal-dale, Alta. 171-6 LAND FOR SALE (When Heplyicg Mention Tb* Uerald) WANTED-Miners wanted. Take the train at Lethbrldge for Kipp. Trains from Diamond City make connection I with this train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Damond City Coal 'Mines, Diamond City. 171-6 SNAPS-Farm lands, improved and raw. on Foremost lino, also city dwellings on easy terns. L. S. Ripley & Co.. 714 3rd Ave. South. 83-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE '^^^len Replytnc Mention The H*t(�M> LOST-One sorrel horse, branded ' on left shoulder: 10 years old; white right hind foot; _ weight about 1100 lbs.; also one blue roan mare, has white strip on nose; five years old, weight about 1300 lbs., no brand; both have halters on; $5 reward (or each of the above horecs. Notlfv Blng Wo, 320 13th St. North. Phono 1872. 171-6 HOUSE FOR SALS - 7 roomi and bath, on Seventh Ave. A. south, tint bouse west ot Athletic grounds Btable 16 z 16, storey and a halt, on rear o( lot. Price $2,700.00 cash. Call or write L. A. Felger, H411. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE IWhen Replylne Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-FIve-roomed bungalow, colonial tlnlsh througl^dut, hardwood floois and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 foot lot. Water and light, new hot air furnace, good chicken run, owner leaving town, now renting for $1S a month, wilt sell for cash, $1150. Apply J. Korn, Room 10, Hull Block. 160-Oz FOR EXCHANGE When Rvplylns Mention The Herald. FOR TRADE-Will trade range horses mostly mares, for 10-20 Titan tractor in good repair. Apply Box 40, Herald. 172-6 TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received for the Board of Truoteea of Champion Consolidated School District No. 40 with an accepted cheque of 5% of the amount of the tender enclosed, at the Architect's office up to noon on Wednesday, the 17th day of July, 1918, for tbe erection of additions to the present school building. Plana and specifications may be obtained on payment of a deposit of $10.00 (rom the Architect, H. .M. Whlddington, 101 Sherlock Building, Lethbrldge, 167-6 FOR QUICK SALE-5-pas3enger Maxwell car,'good as new. Apply Box 46, Herald.____172-0 FOR SALE-Ford touring car. .RiiH about (our hundred miles. .Also two office desks and chairs at a snap for a tew days. H. H. Conzet,-Room 7, Shepard Block. ,172-1 USED CAR SNAPS We have several good bargain!'in used Chevrolet Touring Cars, also a five passenger McLaughlin at $500.00. Call In and look them over. BAALIM MOTOR CO. 161-0 TENDERS THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION BOARD. Tenders for the privilege of operating the Main Dining Hall on the Exhibition Grounds during Exhibition Week wlU be received by .the undersigned up to noon, Wednesday, July 3rd. The highest or any tender not nec-ewjarlly accepted. Further information on application to W. McC. MOORE, Manager, Phono 328. Office, Gait Gardens. 160-7 FOR SALE-1920 acres ranch or mixed farm land, at $9.50 per acre. Half wheat land, balance rolling to never failing lake, 7 miles from station. Patterson-McKlnnon and Bell. Union Bank Bldg. 167-0 FOirSALE-2200~a"cres eaat'of Olds'; near .Mayton, all fenced, house, bam, granary, windmill grinder, abundance of good water; 1000 acres cut 1500 tons ot hay; balance tillable, best ot soil; used for pasture, plenty of grass. Price now $22 an acre. N. Wilcox, Olds, Alta. 171-24 for SALE-Anyone Interested In a large tract of land, suitable (or a cattle raising proposition in British Columbia, where there is an unlimited range, abundance ot hay and water, ivrlte or call for p.irtlculars to J, f. McCrackan. Box 9, Nobleford, Alta. Lowest prices and easy terms. 172-6 FOR SALK-800 acres, 2 miles from town, In the- PIncher Creek district, plenty ot riinnlni! water and good grass. 70 acres in oats, 30 Brome gra�5, 4 In alfalfu, 8 room house, good outbuildings, fenced and cross fenced. About head ot horses and cattle. Some farm machinery. All good farm land. I'rlce for quick sale $25.t)0 per acre, $6500 cash, balance arranged. T. M. llutf, Room 10, Alberta Block, Lethbrldge. 168-6 Tho MILNER, 8TANBUR. MANAKAR A STEVENSON AGENCY Stocks, Bonds, Leases, Lands and Loans. Office-210 Sherlock Building, Leth-brldgn. Alberta. 104 NOTICE Gas consumers will please be odvtsed that their km accounts will atlU bo payabjie at the Canadian Bank ot Conimerce as heretofore. ! CANADIAN'>yE8TERN . NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., tTO.  Apply to Federal Coals, Ltd., Hill Block. 168-6 WANT!3D-A married couple to take charge of house, lawn and garden at a low rental for a month or two, beginning July iBt. Apply 1256 6th Ave. A South, mornings or evenings. 161-0 GET OUR PROPOSITION for responsible men and women. Permanent repeat order business that pays big prot-its. Hundreds enjoying big money earnings (rom the business we have helped them build. Why not you? Leswarl^ Manutacturlng Co., Foster, Que. Ad S SALESMEN WANTED-Immediaely, throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan; nasi' booking orders (or new season; onergy and honesty essential. We treat our men right. Great West Nurseries Co., Ltd., p. Burns Building, Calgary. 108-25 TEACHERS WANTED - For two-roomed school beginning September Is't; principal, gentleman preferred; must have first class certificate and ability to teach Grades IX and X. Also lady teacher tor Grades I. to IV. Application must be in not later than July 15th. Apply stating experience and salary required to F. W. Hunt, Sec.-Treas., Nobleford. 171-6 50 FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) i\Vlien Rsplyiita Mention The Heraldi FOR SALE-A very pretty Boll organ. Cabinet design, full, sweet tone. Dbn't miss this o((or. Price $55 with stool. Terms to suit. Mason &. Rlsch Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge. 172-1 for SALE-Twenty chickens, 8 weeks old, aloo 8 hens and 1 rooster, phono 1049. 170-3 for SALE-Cheap. . Confectionery business, Inolutllng stock and fixtures. Inquire Horald. 168-0 for SALE-Cheap,' co.nplete set of Truftault Hartford shock absorbers. Apply 612 12th St. A. N. 109-6 Steady work guaranteod, goo^ accommodations, houses for men with (amines, mine three miles north o( Taber, Regal Collieries, Ltd., Taber, Alberta, 149-24 FOR SAL13-7 roomed modern house. I.rt)t and one-hal(. p., Ferguson, 281 7th Ave. S. Phone 1683. iTl-G FOR ' SALE-"CheVrolet five passeu-gor, good condition, perfect running order. Cheap for cash. S. J. Bennett, P. O. Box 940. 171-6 FOR SALE-Bay gelding, good condition, broke to harness and saddle, gentle with children. Snap price. Box 42. Herald. 170-6 FOR SALl^:-Fully modern slx-ronm-cd house, 320 6th Ave. A South; fine place, gas, etc. .T. B. Mulhern, care Of Baalim Motor Co. 171-6 for SALE-Full, rich tone piano for sale, $250; can be seen any time 'after six o'clock. 938 13th Street South. Phono 1346. 171-0 for SALB^MIlk cow, registered dual purpose Shorthorn, just freshened, seven years old; record 28 quarta. T. McNabb, Picture Butto, Phone R314. 171-6 GREENFIELDS EXCHANGE Dominion Block-Lethbrldge The place to b\iy Beds, Springs, Mattresses, New and Second Hand Dining Sets, Dressers, Ranges, Rugs, Chairs, Linos, etc.. Office Furniture, Desks, Chairs, Typewriters, Bookkeepers' Desks and etc. Phone 620. 171-0 FOR SALE--(AgricuItural) When Keplytns Mention The HeralA. for SALE-Good driving mare, buggy and harness. Apply A. Harron, p. 0. Box 33, City. ' 150-0 FOR SALE-Registered Holstein bull, 3 years old. Address O. H. Rupley, Knappen, Alta. 172-6 FOR SALE-Two carload-H range horses, mostly mares, unbroken, in good condition. For full particulars apply to P.O. Box 546, Lethbrldge. 172-G FOR SALE-5 head of horses. Chestnut mare, 9 years old, weighing 1600 lbs., colt at side. 1 yearling mare; 1 4 year old hbrse and one 3 year old horse weighing 1400 lbs. Cheap tor cash. Apply C. C. McNabb, Picture Butte, or phone 314 Iron Springs. 169-6 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE-9 head of milk cows. Three miles south of town at old Fairfield place. C. E. Freeman. 167-6 FOR SALS RANGE CATTLE and good milk cows. HEARNE BROS. Phone 1846 P. O. Box 713 Lethbrldge 116-0 mmm. TWENTY HEAD HORSES FOR SALE FOR CASH. GELDINGS and MARE, RANGING FROM 3 TO 8 YEARS OLD. WEIGHT 1200 TO 1300 LBS. GILBERT BRATVOLO, SEC. 23-11-22, ALBION RIDGE, ALBERTA, SIX MILES CAST OF NOBLEFORD. ALBERTA. 162-14 NOTICE Gas coriBumera will please be advised that their gas accounts will still be payable: n lloiilylnc Mention Tho Mamld) WANTED-Furnished room, central, modern, will only be used few days each month, permanent, Box 14 Herald._______170^-3 WANTED-Wo buy and sell used or-tice furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever-all and Franks, 83-0 WANTED-Stock liogs. Good prices paid for stock hogs weighing from 70 pounds to 130 pounds. Would also buy some good stocker steers. Apply C. Raby, 410 5th,Ave. south. Phono 1553. .  , 166-6 WANTi5'D-To hear ot an opening tor good eating houso in some town close to Lethbrldge. White people of experience looking tor location. Would consider leasing hotel. P. o. Uox 1072 Lethbrldge^_171-2 SELL YCXJRFURNITURb; AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOP PRICES. PROMPT SEHLE-MENTS. PHONE 770. AFTER .SIX P.M.. 469. dTYSEOTOHM) STORE THE RELIABLE FIRM, want household goods. We buy, sell, exchange and sell on commission. Wo lend money on goods left In our care, and deliver and fetch goods at our expense. Wo carry a complete STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE 406 S'i'h St. So. Phones 1428 or 768. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Arthur Doe ot Wrentham, In the Province ot Alberta, Intends to apply ior a. Uuuubo to operate a pool room at Main Street. Tho application has been approved by C. L. Atltlns. ARTHUR DOE. Ad J. Applicant. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that William r. Smith ot Foremost, in the Province of Alberta. Intends to apply for a license to operate a pool room at Foremost. The application has been approved by T. H. Frnnklsh. Ad H W. r. SMITH. AnplicanL To Buy CAHLE and HOGS Any quantity. Highest market prices paid. Phono 1553 or write C. RABY 410 Sth Avenue South Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hassler Shock Absorbers for Ford Cars. 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alia. W. H. DOWLING J. T. HUTCHINSON 320 Acres for Sale IM acres in crop, land all fenced. Good buildings, well, full line ot machinery, horses, ato. AH.for $30.00 per acre. Only 7V4 miles to good town. Price $30.09 per acre $4,000 Cash Chas. T. Cousins Skiff, Alberta 135-0 L. A. H. ROOSA BAQQAGE TRANSFER We meet all trains Day and Night. See us at Depot, or PHONE 1869 16S-0 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. . Tractor Repairs Wa speeUIIae In rebortng ru tractor cylinders, and tlttlai oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes c( gas tractors.' Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. eiS 1st Ave. a. Phone 17U TRY A HERO WANT AD DONT THE WARVETERAN WHEN YOU H^VE A  PleasB.njahfx, SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 16 ;