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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBBIDGE PAIL'S IIERALD MONDAY, JULY 15, 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.n., to Appear Same Day.-25c an Insertion for 25 Words or Lets-Six Times for,Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. FOR SA J win sell at moderatu prlco and on easy terms four (4) sections of niy best Spring Coulee farm land, all In one body. Crop faiiuro unknown. Call at my homo, one half nillo west of Spring Coulee, for particulars and inspection. Mrs. Clara C. Thompson. 149-0 GRAIN m MIXEO F Raw and Improved Farm Lands, Ranches and Qrnziag Land. 1(500 acres grazing lease for sale. Write or corao and see. I will save you time and money. ORAIX GROWING can be undertaken with every assurance of belter 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. IDNIMPROVED and Improved grain Browing and mixed farming propositions in Olds. Bowden, Innisfail and other north country difitricts. ALBERTA FARM AGENCY Phone M4550 706A Centre St. Calsary, Alberta Ten years' experience in colonizing In Alberta, having located settlers upon lands valued at over ' $10,000,-000.00. 171-0 LAi IN THE OtOS DISIRICT 4S0 ACRES of good wild hay that will cut 500 to 600 tons this year; good water, and closo to market. Price $27.50 per acre. Terms arranged. This should cut enough hay to pay for itsejf this year, and In a district that cuts hay every year. IF YOU WANT grazing land with good grass and h&y wo have it. Let us know your needs. We make a specialty of stock lands. STOCK RANCHES FOR SALE IN PINCHER CREEK DISTRICT. ^ SECTION bordering on park re- serve, cheap, house and outbuildings. i600 ACRES 10-year closed lease. JVLSO FARMS, big and small, ranging from 3000 acres to 160 acres. A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON Pincher Creek, Alta. 1G8-0 f75.0O PER ACRE WITH CASH PAY-jtfENT ?2S0O.O0, BUYS ONE OF -THE BEST IMPROVED IRRIGATED QUARTERS IN LETHBRIDGE DIS TRICT, CLOSE TO CITY, GOOD WATER RIGHT. POSSESSION THIS TALL. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY. 174-0 �0IV1E SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LAND �OWING TO the fact of the extremely dry season, there are a lew land owners that feel It to be w^se for - them to sell out at greatly reduced prices. Now Is the time to buy such lands, as every old settler knows that all seasons are not dry. J HAVE three splendid, attractive pieces for sale. One section in the ^ Skiff district, one section a little north of Commerce, and one-halt Siectlon In the Chin district, all low priced and good terms. All have \ crops and. Improvements on them More than half of the halt section near Chin la Irrigable land, with water rights. BVIE Goo. R. Jackman at Bell's blacksmith shop, back of White Lunch or at residence, 1223 6th Ave. S � 181-6 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDQE To tecure and distribute farm labor. Farmer* iwiahing to tecure help ahould apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 REPLIES Ilnvo been received for .lie following box numbers and are waiting to be called for. 10, i:', 16, IS, 34. 37, 47, 51, 62, 72, 73, 77, S3, S4. NCHER CREEK OlSIR J. W. HARWOOD Pincher Creek. Alta. 169-12 THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION BOARD , Applications for positions of Ticket Bellera, Ticket Takers and general help during Exhibition and Stampede WeOk will be received by the under-klgDed. Applicants will please call In person at the new office, Gait Gardens, between 9 and 10 a.m. or 8 and � p.m. W. MeC. MOORE, IT4^ Manager. FlUTEAU & HEWER, 204 9th Ave. W.'. Calgary. ISO-f. CANADA LAND & IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and The lands are In the district between Retlaw 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 reason-ftble valuation. The Company is looklnj 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 no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND OEPARTIMENT CANADA LAND &IRR1. CATION COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Phone 2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA for a SNAP IN HAY LAND s� H. H. CONZET LOST AND FOUND (When Kcplylnp Menttnn Thii Hgrnif)) LOST-A spare rim, size 4-34 nnd tiro, in vicinity of Henderson'Park. W. H. lUpley. Phono 1163. 17G-0 LOST-One black mnro, branded A on left hip. $10.00 reward for rccov-on- of same. John Vnncuk, Hardlo-vlllo._AUa.______lSl-6 LOST-Black leather card case with registration card No. 224-6-113 and other papers. Finder kln41>- return to owner nt Herald Ottlco. 176-0 LOST-Between Blairnioro and the Loop, man's coat with registration cnid of J. W. Bawden In pocket. Fin-ilpr return by express to Lethbrldge HoraUl and receive reward. 176-6 LOST-1 bay maro with colt, branded on loft shoulder. $15 reward tor information leading to ro- __c'overy. Prank L. Dondon. General Delivery, Lethbrldge. 17G-6 LOST-Sorrel mulo, branded H2 on p=|= right thich and on Ictt hip. Suitable reward . for infbrma-^�91 tion leading to recovery. C Godsale. Commerce, Alta. lSO-6 LOST-From Taylor farm, brown 3 year old goldlng, branded on left thigh. ' Reward for information lending to recovery. _ The Tnylor Milling Co., Lethbi-.a,.. _____,_ilJ-O LOST-1 bay mare three years old, star on forehead, white hind foot, branded L P on left shoulder. Reward for information leading to recovery. Notify J. Rogers Davis, Coal-hurst. Alta. 176-6 TO RENT CWhen lleplylnic Mtntlon The tterstdt FOR RENT-Furnished olght-roonied house. Piiono 783. lS'(r-6 TO RENT-Furnished rooms- with board. Apply 803 6tU Ave. 3. 17i)-6 "Two excoiiont furnlshod TO KENT house keeping rooms. Herald. Apply Box 3 ,177-fix TO RENT-A seven roonred fully modern house in the Duff addition. Ap- ply 1256 4th Ave, south._179-0 TO KENT-Storage space tor nil kinds of goods. Kates roasonAbte.' Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221' 2nd Avenue South. Phone 732.' TO RENT-By Ist oi"AuBUSt, 3 large furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 814 6th Ave. south. Phono 14B0. 178-G TO RENT-Board nnd room for two gentlemen in private homo on Bth St. S. Use of phono. Apply Herald Box 60. _ 178-6 TO'llENT-2 well furnfshed housekeeping rooms with gas stove, reas-onable. Apply 515 7th St. South. 181-2 to" HENf--i" suite oTcftlces. Well lighted and boated, facing Lethbrldge hotel. Moderate rental. Apply J. D Higlnbotham. 180-0 LOST-Small white beaded bag on Gait Gardens, has ring of office keys enclosed, also small, sum of cash, handkerchief, etc. Finder please return to owner at Herald Office and receive reward. 176-0 STRAYED-1 light grey mare, weight about 1000 lbs. Branded wire brand on right thigh. Had halter on when she left.__ $15.00 rev.-ard tor information leading to recovery.. S. Milner, Hardleville. 177-6 STRAYED-From my farm near Coal dale, 15 head of cattle branded on left shoulder. Any person bringing in this stock or giving correct information as to their whereabouts will be suitably rewarded. P. Lund, phone R215 Coaldale, or City 51G. . 178-1 LOST-JSO 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 STRAYED-From section 24-26-4. one 3 year old red bull, branded on right shoulder, point of ear cut off. Reward for any _ information leading to recovery, i ify R. D. Tait, Spring Coulee, Alta. 176-G I'^OR RENT-7-roomed moderij houso, furnished. �\veU located, garden, shade trees and garage. Phono 5S2 or call '''i 1210 5th Ave. A. south. 179-6 TO RENT-Furnished o'r unfurnished a large room suitable for light housekeeping, gae if preferred, reasonable terms. .-Vpply Box 4, Herald. 181-6 GR.\Zll>rG^ LEASE-^dne~haif sectifcn deeded land, and 11000 acre grazing lease, with 11 years to run. Abundance of grass and water. Lots of good shelter. Apply to owner. Box 20, Herald. No agents. 162-0 . SITUAJIONS VACANT ntpiylnc Mention Th� H�nil�> \VANTED-Experienced waitress for Palace Confectionery._177-0 WANTED-At once. Two waitress-^ 08. Apply Lethbrldge Hotel. 181-0 for SALE-CMisceUaneouf) WANTED-A joung girl to help with homework. No children. Apply 1008 0th Ave. S;___169-0 WAITED- Experienced competent stenographer. Apply Superlnteu-dehls office C. P. R.. city. 177-0 WAITED-1 waitress and 1 waiter". J{dhiK''but experienced need apply. WKi^i^ Lunch, Bth St. S. 167-0 AMiyi^TED-M Work;;, three 414 66h St. aid Iter general houeo-in family, no children. 175-0 WANTED-Handy man with spare time.- Light work. Apply Box 73 Herald. 177-6 WANTED-A woman to Iron, one day a week. Phone R li5. Mrs. C. R. Daniels. 180-6 WANTED-A lady as housekeeper. No objections to one child. Write Herald Box No. 25. 178-6 WANTED-First class carpenters at once. Work, In town. Apply Smith Bros, and Wilson, Ltd., 640 8th St. south. � 176-6 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. Cor. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phone 54T. LAND for SALE (�mien Reolylnr Mention The lleralfli SNAPS-Farm lands, improved and raw, on Foremost line, also city dwellings on easy terms. L. ^. Ripley & Co., 714 3rd Ave. South. 83-0 FOR sale-10-acre orchard tracts, Columbia River Valley, $14 to $35 per acre. Terms, $10 nio'othly. Write for surveyor's report. Columbia River Orchards, Nelson, B.C. 181-6 FOR -SALE-North half 6-20-10, W. 4, 1 mile from Denhart, Alberta. 70 acres under cultivation, good house and well fenced. $1,500.00 down, balance on easy terms. Write Box 21 Herald. 178-6 STRAYED-One bay gelding; also 1 dark bay gelding. Both branded t*rl�a| on left hip. One bay gelding ?'ta�a'a Cotfln Brand, white spot on ^�"S^^ forehead, short front hoot. $50.00 reward for Information leading to recovery of these horses. Box 63, Monarch, or phone R 512, Monarch. 176-6 LOST-One dark bay horse, branded on right flank; 9 years old; weight about 1200 lbs.; also one blue roan mare, has white strip on nose, five years old, weight about 1300 lbs., no brand; both have halters on; $15 reward for recovery of the above horses. Notify Bins Wo, 320 13th St. North. Phone 1872. 178-6 LAND FOR SALE-3000 acres, fine Tor stock raising, on sliore of small lake and running stream. 700 acres meadow. West Kootenay. $8.00 per acre. H. E. Dill, Nelson, British 'Col- WANTED-A teacher tor Crystal Lake School. Apply A. H. Knight, Secretary-Treasurer, Box 342, Lethbrldge. ^_ 177-0 WANTED-A woman as~conipany to do light house work in return for board and room. Apply Coaldale P. O. Box 36. 180-3 MINERS Wanted. Good conditions. Apply Lethbrldge Coal Co., Stafford Bottom. Phone 1362. ___un-6 WANTED-Stenographer. Apply by letter, stating experience, to Commissioner of Public Works, City Offices.  lSl-3 WANTED-A housekeeper to work during winter and care tor child eighteen months. Elderly woman preferred. Beginning Aug. 30th. Apply Mrs. J. B. Donald. Magrath, Alta. 179-G WANTED-An experienced girl or woman for general housework. One who is prepared to leave for Vancouver. Pare paid. Apply immediately to L. Keel's Store, 518 5th St. S. 173-0 FARM LABOR-We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting tor work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th St. S., Lethbrldge, phone 545. 95-0 umbla. lSl-6 FOR SALE-2200 acres oast of Olds, near Mayton, all fenced, house, bam, granary, windmill grinder, abundance of good water; 1000 acres cut 1500 tons of hay; balance tillable, best of soil; used for pasture, plenty of grass. Price now $22 an acre. N. �Wilcox, Olds, Alta.  171-24 WANTED-An old esiaolished life Insurance company will have vacancy about Aug. 1st, for a married man to work In Lethbrldge. Guaranteed salary land commission. Previous experience not necessary. Write, stat-Ingage to Box 48, Herald office. 180-6 Wanted-TteTiabio ind competent party to take charge of coal mine close to railway spur, to mine and load coal on railway cars on contract basis! State qualifications to Box 44, Herald. , lSl-6 FOR SALB-We can glvo you the best price on a .Mason &. RIsch piano, nearly new, ever offered. Come in and get this cpooial prlco. Easy pa^ menfs; Mason & RIsch, Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge. 181-1 FOR SALE-Brussels carpet sqimro 12x12. Apply 824 7th St. south. 181-x FOR SAtlO-Canary blrdsj Eroia cages and a bicycle In good condition. Apply 313 Glh Ave. A. south, near Steam Laundty, Phoney 720.__IW FOR SALE>-Parties, requiring ogss for preserving ei- fOr family ubo can obtain weekly delivery of guaranteed fresh eggs from .Mrs. W. Northani, 1814 4th Ave. North. 180-6 FOR SALE-One portable steel forge with No. 400 blower; one wood turning lathe, 22; one blacksmith bellows and a number of wood split pulleys. All cheap for cash. Apply 1401 4th Ave. north. 179-6 FOR SALE-Moving picture ouitit, complete, including engine, dynamo, w^lrlng, machine, benches, chairs, curtain. All in good condition. Can be purchased re9.sonable and moved to live town. Apply Box 1, Herald. 176-0 FOR SALE-3 beds 4 ft. 6 in. brass rail; 3 all-steel springs; 3 felt mattresses in good condition; 1 Boss self-washing machine; 1 baby sulkey; 3 kitchen tables; 2 window shades, 52 In.; electric globes and etc. Green llelds Exchange, Dominion Block, 6th St. south. � 179-6 FOR SALE-Complete blacksmith and wood working outfit. 5-horsopowor motor, 50 lb. Little Giant hammer, shafting and pulleys; ' 2 forges, drill press, and all other tools for first class shop. Must be sold at once. Cheap for cash. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North. 181-6 All kinds made of the best mater lals, with all the best features known of and at the best prices. Write for our price list. Wo ship anywhere. THE VULCAN WOODWORKS Vulcan, Alta. 176-6 GREENFIELDS EXCHANGE Dominion Block-Lethbrldge The place to buy Beds, Springs, Mattresses, New and Second Hand Dining Sets, Dressers, Ranges, Rugs, Chairs, Linos, etc.. Office Furniture, Desks, Chairs, Typewriters, Bookkeepers' Desks and etc. Phono 620. 171-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Keplylns Mention Tho HerKldl WANTED-We buy and sell used of. flee furniture, typowrlteri, etc. ETer^d been Issued to one Russell C. Walters. He was arraigned before Maglstrcte 'Askwlth and charged with carrying a rogletratlon not his own property. Walters was commlt-I teiV tor trial before a Judge and Jury. FOR SALE-Two 1917 Ford touring cars and one roadster, these cars are In A 1 condition, and will sell exceptional cheap for cash. Apply 1204 4th Ave. south at meal hours or evening, up stairs. . 178-6 USED CAR SNAPS We have several good bargains in used Chevrolets and Fords. Call and see them. 181-0 BAALIM MOTOR CO. 175-0 On July 24 tho Canadian Bank of Oommorce will issue a 'series ot new bank notes, which, for beauty and da aign will be unrivalled. Years ot pre paration have been spent upon tliom On the borders of these notes are flg-ures emblematic ot varioijs industries The date selected, July 24, marks tho completion of fifty years' unrvlco with the Bank of Comtnerce ureal dent, :Slr Uamuud Wftlker. tractMfor s^^^ New Emerson & Brantlngham l2-20j in perfect condition. Only plowed 140 acres. Will sacrifice several hundred. Call at once if intorostod. FRED GIFFORD, 181-1 Pincher Station, Alberta. TENDERS will bo received by the undersigned up until 12 o'clock noon, July 11th, tor the privilege ot selling the Stampede and Riice Programme on the grounds and grandstand. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. McC. MOORE, 174-4 Manager. Hay & Feed f. 0. HYDE & co. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Special Prices for the Red Cross Dealer* in Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices paid for Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Ave. S., Lethbrldge CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Telephone 14�t L. A. H. ROOSA BAGGAGE TRANSFER We meet all trains Day and Night. See us at Depot, or PHONE 1869 166-0 FOR SALt RANGE CATTLE and good milk cowl. HEARNE BROS. Phone 1846 P. O. Box 713 Lethbrldge 116-0 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents fot the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. A, SUPPLIESI AND ALL KIN08 OF KLM> TRICAL WORK. W.L. MoK�nzi6 & Co. PHONl N7 71S Ird Ave. . ITRY A HERALD WAN! AO 320 Acres for Sale 120 acres In crop, land nil fenced. Good buildings, well, full lino ot machinery, horses, ate. All for 130.00 per acre. Only 7H miles to good town. Price $30.00 per acre S4,000 Oath Chas. T. Cousini Skiff, Alberta 135-0 WM^N- YP| HAVE A JOB TO OFITER ' Please niahFx< SecV Veterans* Club Phone 37^ 8593 21 ;