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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETimniDGE DAIL"Y HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918 LET THE PEOPLE KNOW YOUR WANTS-THEY WANT TO KNOW THEM Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Same Day.-~25c an Insertion for 25 Words or Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. THOMPSON LAND FORM I win sou nt moderate price nnd on easy terins four (4) sections of my best Spring Coulee fprm lanil. all In one body. Crop failure unknown. Call at i�y home, one half inllo west of Spring Coulee, for particulars and inspection, Mra. Clara, C. Vhompson. ' 149-0 iXEOFMN GRAIN' GROWING can be undertaken wUh every assurance of better than average yields each year In districts which wo can recommend. / MIXED FARMING olimlnntcs the uncertainty of yearly income and land in these districts can now be purchased at very reasonable prices. .UNIMPROVED and Improved grain growing and mixed farming propositions in Olds, IBowden, Innisfall and other uorlli country districts. ALBERTA FARIV5 AGENCY Phone M4550 706A Centre St. Calgary, Alberta Ten years' experience in colonizing in Alberta, having located settlers upon lands valued at over $10,000,-000.00. 171-0 ? ? ? ? > ? ? : : ? : ? >! > : : REPLIES : : Have been rocclvcl for .'.io  ? following box numbora and ? : are waiting to bo called tor. > : 10. i:;. ifi, 3S. :m, 40. 47, r.i, : 53, 0". �7, 72, 77, 83, S4. : Raw and Improved Farm Lands, Ranches and Grazing Land. IfiOO acres grazing loaso tor sale. Write or come and seo. I will save yon time and money. J. W. HARWOOD Pinchcr Creek. Alta. 169-12 Ay LAN S SIR STOCK RANCHES FOR SALE IN PINCHER CREEK DISTRICT. % SECTION bordering on park reserve, cheap, house and outbuildings. 1600 ACRES lO-year closed lease. ALSO FARMS, big and small, ranging from 3000 acres to 160 acres. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON Plncher Creek, Alta. lGS-0 ' $75.00 PER ACRE WITH CASH PAYMENT $2800.00, BUYS ONE OF THE BEST IMPROVED IRRIGATED QUARTERS IN LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT, CLOSE TO CITY^ GOOD WATER RIGHT. POSSESSION THIS PALL. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY. 174-0 0 TOU CAN BUY In one block In the Knight Sugar Co. tract, one, two, - three, four, or as many sections as I you like of the finest grass and mix-  ed farming land in Southern Alberta r on Milk River ridge. One well wat ; ered block that has not been pastur � ed much for two years can bo had ;at 116.50 per acre, easy terms.  Much of this can be farmed. See me at once. QEO. B. THOMPSON, Sales Agent. �115 3rd Ave. South. Lethbridge, Alta. Union Bank Building. 178-1 4S0 ACRES of good wild hay that will cut nOO to 600 tons this year; good water, and close to market. Price $'.'7.50 per acre. Tenns arranged. Thii! should cut enough hay to pay for itself this year, and in a district that cuts hay every year. IF you WANT gmzing land with good grass and hay we have it. Let us know your needs. Wo make a specialty of stock lands. LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To �ecuro and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free' service. PHONE 1603 THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION BOARD 'Applications for positions of Ticket lallora, Ticket Takers and general telp during Exhibition and Stampede tVTaek will be received by the under-H^hed, Applicants will please cull in poraon at the new office, Gait Gartens, between 9 and 10 a.m. or 8 and I p.m. W. McC. MOORE, )74-0 . JManagar, FILTEAU & HEWER, 204 9th Ave. W, Calgary. ISO-C. CANADA LAND & IRRI-GATION COMPANY, LTD. IRRIGABLE The lands are in the district between Rotlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company is looking for bona fide settlers. We would be pleased to have you Inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all Inquiries direct through the company's office at Medicine Hat. We have nn outside agenclet and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRI-GATlbN COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Phone 2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA FOR A SNAP IN HAY LAND SEE H. H. CONZET LOST AND FOUND U"hon Hoplylni; ^;e�ntlnn Tlia Hcrn'-!i JOST-.\ iprn-olim^,~3li(rT34 and tiro, ill vicinity of Henderson Park. W. 11. Hiplov. , Phono 1163. 176-0 LOST-A spare rin. and tiro in vicinity of Lelhbrldgn. Finder ploaso return to i;iO;t 2na Ave. S. 175-6 LOST-Ono bay mare mulo. brand bar over X9. $10 reward. U. D. Handy, Coal-dale. 175-6 LOST-Black leathor card cnao with registration card No. 224-6 113 and other papers. Fiudnr kindly return to owner at Herald Oftlco.  176-0 LOST-^Iictwoeii liuirmoro and llio Loop, man's coat with registration card of J. W. Bawdon in pocket. Finder return by cxpro.ss to- Lethbridge IloraUl and rocoivo ruward. ' 176-6 LOST-1 bay umro'-wltli coit,~brandcd J5, ou left shoulder. $15 reward for information leading to ro- _____ covery. Frank L. Bcndon, General Dollvoryj Lethbridge. 176-6 LOST-Sorrel mulo, branded 112 on right .thlch and on lett hip. Suitable reward for intormii-tlon loading to recovery. C. Godsalo. Commerco, Alta. lSO-6 LOST-From^fayior farm7 "hrown 3 year old gelding, branded on loft thigh. Reward for information loading to recovery. _ Tho Taylor Milling Co.. Lethbiu. 174-0 TO RENT iWhen UpplyltiK Montlon Tho TTcrnia> FOR UBNT-Furnished eight-roomed house. Phone 7*^3, 180-6 TO RENT-Ifurnished rooms with board. Apply 803 6th Ave. S. 179 6 TO KBNT-FurnlsbiHl house for tho month of August. I'hono 1S80. 180-6 TO KENT-Two i>rxcuilent furnished house keeping rooms. Apply Box 3 Herald. 177-6x TO RIONT-A seven roomed fully modern house in the Duff addition. Apply 1256 4lh Ave. south. 178-0 TO RBNT^Storagc space for all kinds of goods. Hates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue S�tt|li., Phono 732. 'i'0~lV'ENT--fByTst"of Augiist, 3 largo furnished rooms for light housekeeping. � Apply S14 0th Ave. south. Phone 1460.> 178-0 TO RENT-Board and room.tor, two gentlemen in private home on 5th St. S. Use of phone. -Vpply Herald Box 60. __^1^_t1 TO RENT-2 wnrr'fu7nlshc(l~l)0iise-keeping rooms with gas stove, reasonable. Apply 515 2nd St. south. 179-2 LOST-1 bay maro three years old. star on forehead, white hind toot, branded L P on lett shoulder. Reward for Information leading to recovery. Notify J. Rogers Davis, Coal-hurst. Alta. 176-6 LOST-Small white uoadeU bag on Ciult Gardens, has ring of office keys enclosed, also small sum of cash, handkerchief, etc. Findor please return to owner at Herald Office and receive reward. 176-0 TO KENT-/ suite of ctficos. Well lighted and heated, facing Lethbrldgo hotel. M-odoratc rental. Apply .T. D lllglnbotham. __lSO-0 FOR RENT--7-roouie(l"iiTodern house, furnished, well located, garden, shade trees and garage. I'hono 582 or call at 1210 5th Ave. A. south._6 C.KAZ1N6~LEAS12--One~"half sectTon deeded land, and 11000 acre grazing lease, with 11 years to run. AViund-anco of grass and water. Lots of good shelter. Apply" to owner, Box 20, Herald. No agents. 162-0 SITUATIONS VACANT