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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THIS tEniiiRlDGE DAILY HERALD ff HURSDAY, JULY 18,1918 LET THE PEOPLE KNOW YOUR WANTS-THEY WANT TO KNOW THEM Classified Ads. for Thts 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. I win sell at moderate prlco and on easy terms tour (4) sections of lu" beat Spring Coulee farm land, all one body. Crop failure un!vno\v Call nt luy home, one lialf mllo wc of Spring Coulee, for partlcula and inspection. Mrs. Clara Thompson. GRAIN m ED b tfRAIN GROWING can bo undertaken with every assurance ot better than overage yields each year In districts which wo can recom- . mend. MIXED FARMING eliminates the uncertainty of yearly income and , land in these districts can now be purchased at very reasonable prices. 7NIMPROAT:d and improved grain growing and mixed farming propositions in Olds, Bowden, Innlsfail and other north country districts. ALBERTA FARM 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 $75.00 PER ACRE WITH CASH PAYMENT ?2600.O0, BUYS ONE OF THE BEST IMPROVED IRRIGATED QUARTERS IN LETHBRIDQE DISTRICT, CLOSE TO CITY.' GOOD WATER RIGHT. POSSESSION THIS FALL. DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY. 174-0 SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LAND OWING TO the fact of the extremely dry season, there are a few land owners that feel it to be w'se for tliem to sell out at greatly reduced prices. Now is the'time to bny sueh lands, as every old settler knows that all seasons are not dry. 1 HAVE three spleadld, attractive pieces for sale. One section In the Skiff district, one section a little north of Commerce, and one-half section in the Chin district, all low-priced and good terms. All have crops and improvements on them. More than half of the half section near Chin Is irrigable land, with -water rights. BEE Geo. R. Jackman at Bell's blacksmith shop, back of AVhlte Lunch, or at residence, 1223 6th Ave. S. 181-G FARM THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor, Farmert wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who hao charne of this free service, PHONE 1603 MONEY TO LOAN Hernldl ilONEY TO LOAW-We havTaToiT-Bidorable amount to loan, on Improv- � ed farm It^nd. Interest 8 per cent. Prompt service. Apply N. B. Peat (k Co.,. 10 McDonald Block, Loth-  bridge, Alberta. 165-0 'THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION BOARD HAY LAi IN S OlSTR r. I LOST AND FOUND (Wlirn UcplyltiK Mention Tli� HernVn 4S0 ACUTCS of pood wild hay lb St will cut ."iOO to GOO tons this vcar; Rood water, and close to market. I'rico $:;7.50 per aero. Torm.^ arranged. Tills should cut enough hay to pay for itself this year, and in a di.s-trlct that cutH hav every year. IF VOr WANT Kr.izlng laiul with good iTr.iss and hay wo have It, Let us know your needs. Wo make a specialty of stock lands. LOST-A spare rim. size 4-34 and tire, in vicinity of Henderson Park. \V. H. Uipley. Phono llli.1. 170-0 FILTEAU & HEWER. :04 Pth Ave. \V., Calgary. lSO-(. CANADA LAND & IRRl-CATION COMPANY, LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and LOST-One blnc'K maro, brai-ided A on loft hip. $10.00 reward for recovery of same. John Vaiicuk, Uardlc-vllle. Aha. lSl-0 1/OST-Ulack leather card case with roKistrntlon curd No. 224-C-113 au-l otlier papers. Finder kindly return to owner nt Herald Office. 17t')-0 LOST-lied covered note book containing ret!trali(in p.-\ners, also otlior important paper.". Will tinder pleaso loave !:anio at Herald olfice and be re-w-arded. l. REPLIES STRAYED OK STOLEN-Brown collie, answer.^t to tho name of Brownie, little white in the front and on tlio back. Reward given. t>2S 7th St. S. 1S3-I) TO RENT-Furnished rooms  with board.__Apply 803 f.lh Ave. S. � 179-6 TO RENT-Immediately. A nlColx furnished coltngo, In good lodatlon. Phono 420. TO KENT-Two tuvntnlied rooms,^g!\3 and use of phone. Apply 1248 5th Ave, A_S.,jor phone 1707. 1S3-B TO RENT-^A'aoveu rciomed fully modern house in the Duff addition. Apply 12.ifi 4th Ave. south. 170-0 LOST-Between 17th St. and Uike, a small black purse with a registration card and J4,ii0 enclosed. Reward for return to Marlon Logan, 301 5th Ave. S. l.So-1 LOST-From Taylor farm, brown 3 year old gelding, branded on left thigh. Reward for information leading to recovery. ^__ The Taylor Milling Co., Lelhbi ...s,-. , 174-0 I FOUND-Near Experimental Farm on July 17th. between B and 7 p.m.. 3 card board boxes, tied with cord, containing picture frames. Owner may ( have same by proving property and : paying fur this ad. 1S4-0 j TO KENT-Storage spaco tor all kinds of goodsJ Hate? reasonable. Saunders linydnfl Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phono 732. lO KENl'"-Bynrt'of August, 3 large furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply S14 Gth Ave. south. Plione 1460._ _178-6 TO UENT-Board and room for two gentlemen In private homo onBth St. S. Use of phono. Apply Herald Box 00.________^_8-6 TO "KENT--7~BUltc~cTcfTrces. .\Vo"lT lighted and heated, faolni, Lothbridgo hotel. Moderate rental. Apply J. D Hig[ubotham. _ J-i'ii'2 TO KENT-Furnished or unfurnished, a largo room suitable tor light housekeeping, gas If preferred, reasonable terms. Apply Box 4. Herald. ISl-G  .- > Have been received for .ho ; > following box numbers and > '> arc waiting to bo called for. � > 34, 42, 44, 47, 48, 51, 51, 62, 72, > ? 73, 77, 83, 84. .;. >  SITUATIONS VACANT Rnpiylnc Mention The Hprnld) ^yANTED-Exporloncod waitress for Palace Conteetionory. 177-i) WANTED-At once. Two waitresses^ AijplyLoihbridge^ ^iotol___181-0 WANTED-.Mine overman, state experience and salary desired. Canada W^st Coal Co. Ltd.^Tubon Alta. 183-3 Wanted-AVoung'glri to help with housework. No children. Apply lOOS Gth_Ave. _____1G9J WANTED-1 waitress and 1 waiter. None but experloncod need apply, �^hlte Lunch, Bth St. S. 167-0 WANTED-A woman to Iron ono day a week. Phone R 115. Mrs. C. R. Daniels. 180-6 GRAZING LEASE-One halt section deeded land, and 11000 aero grazing lease, with 11 years to run. Abundance of grass and water. Lots ot pood shelter. Apply to owner. Box 20. Herald. No agents. 162-0 The lands are In the district | between Retlaw and tlodlclne 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-sble valuation. The Company is lookln,; tor 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. Wo have no outside agencies and pay no cotnmlasions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND &IRRI. CATION COMPANY, LTD. Box 677 Phone 2428 ; MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA LOST-1 team, grey and bay. Weight ot mare, 1300 lbs., gelding 1200 Ib.^. .Newly shod, branded VE connected, and M.K. Had halters on when Isst seen. J15 re-.vard for return to H. C. j Scandlcni. 1713 .'ith_.\ve^ A N._IS.'i-C ' LOST-Small white treaded bag on Gait Gardens, has ring ot office keys enclosed, also small sum of cash, handkerchief, etc. Finder please return to owner at Herald Off ice and receive reward. 176-0 JIR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself tho benefits and privileges ftw.alMng you there. The rates are In''"^ ior. 4tli Ave. and 10th St., S. PhCr^ 547. HAY See us for hay, hay lands, ranches and leases. : : : : THE CANADA LAND COMPANY First Door West of Union Bank Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone 323 STRAYED-2 white faced cows, branded on the right horn a.14 on ono and 15.14 on the other, also tutoood. $10.00 rew-ard for each for information as to tiie whereabouts ot these cows. Notify John McD. Davidson, Coi'lilale, ! Alta. 1.S2-12 TO KENT-Two suites of 3 rooms each in the Shepherd Block; also three single rooms, can bo used tor apartments or ofllces. For terms and particulars apply Caret.iker. Hull Block or British Canadian Trust Company, 315 5th_St. south.____^^^-1 PROPERTY FOR SALE (When ReplylnB Mention The Herald* LOST-Black v.-allet. containing mili-; tary discharge certific^.te. receipt re-j gistration .M.S.A. No. 43So4li. .Modi ni: Board certificate and Registration'! ticket, and other papers. Finder please ; return to Herald office and receive re-; ward. ISS-B i FOR SALE-Eight lots in Alexander Addition. Apply P. O. Box 1205, Calgary.___________ FOR SALE-Two-roomed shack" ;>nd lot, on rjcw-er, water, gas. Price $300. Apply E. S. Nobbs, 105 Sherlock Bldg. City.__________lHO-6 FOR SALE-4-roomed cottage modern, gas, screened veranda, newly decorated, fenced. ?l,o50.00. Small cash payment. Balance easy. Box | 23 Herald. ., _ 182-g iWANTED-A lady as nousekeepor. No objections to ono child. Write IftjraUl Box No. 25. '___\7&-Glrl for hall work. Good wages. Apply housekeeper, Alexandra JlotelL_______184-2 WANTED-Maid for general housework, three In family, no children. 414 6th St. aoulli^Dj-^Lafferty. 184-0 WANTED-Olio experienced' warehouse man. Wholesale. Apply Box 1160. Lelhbrldge. 184-8 WANTED-A teacher for Crystal Lake School. Apply A. H. Knight. Secretary-Treasurer, Box 'i42, Leth- brjdgo.____ _ .177-0 WANTEii-OirPto assist photographer during Stampede week. Good v,-ages. Call at 1252 8th Ave., ol- phone 1643. 184-6 MINERS Wanted. Good conditions. Apply Lothbridgo Cqal Co., Stafford Bottom. Phono 136L\ _ _JSl-6 WANTED-Teacher tor \VhTt~o~sch5oi district No. 678, six miles from Letii-brldge. Apply stating salary expected and experience, to Sec.-Troas., Box 202, Lethbridgc. , 183-6 LOST-$50 rev>-ara for recovery of i three light bay horses, all branded | white stripe on faces, one has : about 1200 pounds, and have _ _ on right shoulder, and weight wnlte feet. Notify R. H. Donhart, P. I O. Box 6. Taber. Alta. 172-18 ' LOST-June 30th, a small grip, near Turin or Iron Springs P. 0.. containing papers, letters and copies ot The Petrie Mfg. Co. Finder please return to 1209 4th Ave. south, Lethbridgc and receive reward or drop a card and I will call for It. Name on letters. 1S4-1 FOR SALE-4-roomed cottage, modern, near car line oii south aide in good condition, $1,460.00. $000.00 cash, balance like rent. Apply Box 7S Herald. 1S2-6 "hIJU^S 13" FOR~SALE=7 room's ' apd bath, on Seventh Ave. A. south, first house west of Athletic grounds. Stable 16x16, storey and a half, on rear of lot. Price $2,700.00 cash. Call or w-rile L. A. Felger, R411. STRAYED-One bay gelding; ailso'l dark^ bay gelding. Both branded Coffin Brand on left hip. One bay gelding, w-hite spot on forehead, short front hoot. $50.00 reward for information leading to recovery ot these horees. Box 63, Monarch, or phono R 512, Monarch. 182-6 LOST-One dark bay horse, branded on right flank; 9 years old; weight about 1200 lbs.; also ono blue roan mare, has white strip on nose, five years old, weight about 1300 lbs., no brand; botli have halters on; $lu a head for recovery of same. Notify fling Wo, ,'i2n 13th St. North. Phono 1S72. IS 1-6 FOR SALE-Big bargain for cash, 5-room house and two lots, newly painted and papered, fine loca.t!on in North Lethbrldse. This property will be | sold at a big bargain if bought at once. ; Apply H. Galvln, Room 7, McDonald j Block, City. Phone 1425._ _ 182-0 HWEL~TN~iS-bRTH ^ErAlC01\4ri?0R; SALE-This property Is a going concern in thriving town, conven-! lent to station, and clear of encumbrance. Will exchange for Alberta farm lands. What have you to offer? W. F. Nelson & Company, 416 5th Street south, 184-6 DO YOU WANU HOUSE? The Great West Permanent Loan Company having taken over tho properties mentioned hereunder, will for the next few days while their representative Is In the city, offer them for sale at prlcaa which are less than the cost ot buildings; email cast payment; balance on mortgkge. 832 7th St. South, 6 roonied modern house $2500. 908 lltb St, South, 7 roomed modern house, $2200. 1003 8th Ave. South, 7 roomed modern house, $2800. 220 18th St. North, 7 roomed soml-modern house, $1500. 222 18th St. North, 4 roomed semi-modern house,- $1150. 224 18th St. North, 4 roomed semi-modern house, $1150. 524 21�t St. North, 4 roomed semi-modern house, $1700. 329 11th St. South, the best rooming house property in tho city, $6800. R. V, GIBBONS & CO., Exclusive Agents. Phone 1191. Balmoral Block. 183-6 Applications for positions of Ticket Sellers, Ticket Takers and general .help during Exhibition and Stampede Week will be received by the undersigned, , Applicants will please call in persoii/Bt the new office. Gait Oar- Jens, between 9 and, 10 a.iu, or 8 and P,in. ,W. McC. MOORE, >7�-0 - ------ ^ Mafiaoer. HAY LAND WB HAVE personally Inspected several tracts of hay land north ot Calgary and will be pleased to givo first hand Inlorinalion about places that will feed from 200 to 1000 liead of stock. MURCHISON BROS,, GADDE8 & BRADEN, 330 Gth 6t. South, Empreso Block. 183-0 STRAYED-One dark grey horse, branded 2 on left hip; ono white grey mare, branded H over (1) on left shoulder. 1 bay maro branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse. 4 years old. strip on face, ono white foot, branded 117 on left shoulder. A reward of $5 per head will bo paid for informnllon leading to recovery. Wm, F, Connor, Eagle Butte, Alta. 159-0 FOR SALE-Flvo-roomed bungalow, colonial finish throughout, 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 $15 a month, will i.^eU tor cash, $1150.' Apply J. Korn, Room 10, Hull Block. 160-Ox WANTED-A teacher" for Young Maiden School District, Foremost. Please state experience and salary. Renbin Ilyden, Scc.-Treas., Foremost, Alta^_ _____ ^-S-i-C WANTED-A housekeeper to work during winter and care tor child eighteen months. Elderly woman preferred. Beginning Aug. 30th. Apply Mrs. J. S. Donald. Magrath, Alta. 179-6 FARM L.VBOR-We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are now on the ground waiting for work. Wire or phone, the Beasley Employment Agency, 110 5th St. S.. Lethbridge, phone 545. 960 \VANTED-aIT ofd cstahlisliedlife insurance company will have vacancy about Aug, 1st, for a married man to work In Lelhbrldge. Guaranteed salary and commission. Previous experience not necessary. Write, stat-mg age to Box 4S, Herald office. 180-G WANTED-Reliable and 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,____181-6 ,SALES,A1EN WANTED-lmmed!..tely, throughout Alberta and Saskatclic-wan; now booking orders for now season; energy and honesty essential. We treat our men right. Great West Nurseries Co., Ltd., P. Burns Building, Calgary. 168-25 SITUATIONS WANTED (TThen neplvlnE Mention The Her.ilrtl WANTED-At onco. Dreaamaklng and all plain sowing. Apply at 1403 3rd Avo._S.^_or phone 1707. 183-2 WAN'TED-Good expRrlenooci~l;ook wishes position on farm. Write Box No. 50, Herald. 184-G WANTED-Experienced stenographer Is open for position. Apply Box 49, Herald, 176-0 WANTED-Two school boys 14 years of ago, with bicycles, wish position during summer holidays. Apply Box 3^, jlorajd.____K'^ZT^ WANTED-By engineer of good standing, a position In any mechanical or repair work. Has best of roferoncos. Box 81, Herald. 182-6 WANTED-Position as bookkeeper, oxporlonced, middle aged, temporarily employed chartered bank small town. Good references. Apply Box II, Herald office. 181-6 WANTED-Young man under military ago with business training and clerical oxperlonco, wants position in olllce. Apply J. P. McDougall, Box 71, Herald. ' 184-Gx FARM LABOR-W6 have a number of strong, husky boys, ranging from 18 to 18 years of age and from 105 of 185 lbs. In weight, ready for serviop on Alberta farms. S. O. S. zone hoao-quarters, 415 3rd Ave. S. Phono 18oi C. B. McKlnnoa, Zouo Supervisor. FOR SALE-A clioice building site in the Bolect residential district of Lau-rolhurst, consiatlng of Lot 8, Block 23, In tho midst of expensive residential buildings, 100x150 feet, right on the electric lino. One minute's travel from the post office in tho city of Portland, Oregon, Price $3800, $500 cash, hnlanco to suit purchaser, or will trade on Alherta land. Tho Mil-nor, Stanbur, Mnnakar & Stovonson Agency. 210 Sherlock Building, Lethbridge, Alta. 194 WANTED TO RENT Whxn Keplylne Mnntlon Thm HrroKf WANTED-To rent furnished houso for the month of August. Phone 18S0. ____ �__180-6 WANTED TO RENT-A ready farm, one half or a whole section, with stock and farm machlnory In Southern Alberta or Sa.skatchewan. State terms. M. N. Kursborg, Tanglefoot, B. C. BOYS WANTED-We need tho services of a number of school boys for permanent part-time work. Tho boys we select will be well paid and given an opportunity to cam, learn and advance. Apply to Tho ICenny & AUin Co., Ltd., 314 5th St. S. 184-1 GET OUR PROPOSITION tor responsible men and women. Permanent repeat order business that pays big profits. Hundreds enjoying big money earnings from tho business wo have helped them build. Why not you? Loawark Manufacturing Co., Foster, Que. Ad S mm \m OF Hny PATTFRSON, McKINNON A BELL, Union Bank Building, linvo the offering of two flno propositions. No, 1, 10,000 acres closed loneo west ot (Calgary, 9V^ yeu's, with all tho v/lntor feed for otook necessary, plenty of water and Shelter. No. 2, 2480 acres lease for three years oh a very fine rancli in the CalKary district. 100 ncre,i in,oats and barley, looking gootl; 400 ions.)�'ajf can,;be put up; plenty of wiUor ihu .gf^ss', good liQuao, barn and corrals.. tnclmlds .option of purchaau at end ol iOWe. ISO-g At Diamond Goal Mines, Diamond City, Alta,, 12 miles north of Lothbridgo. Daily Train Service Diamond train meets outgoing and ingoing trains in the afternoon from and to Lethbridge, Change at Klpp tor Diamond City. 18'^-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on farm lands and city property at current rate of Intor-ost. W. F. Nelson & Company, 416 Bth Street-south. 184-8 NOTICE A rowartj ot $10,00 will bo paid for Information leading to the conviction ot any person or persons damaging or destroying any troos, shrubs, flowers or other property in tho Lethbrldgo Parks. H. WM, MEKCH, Commissioner o� Public Works, . Ad 0 FOR SALE-~(MisceIlaneous) '>niot. Ilsplyiiin .Mention Tlin l)i�-nl(1l FOR SALla-Blasdn lihd Rlsch'pTayor piano, boiiutlful mahogany case, plays 88 nolo music rolls. Got our spoclul price. Terms to suit. Masou and Rlsch,-Limited, Balmoral Block, Lothbridgo. _ _ ^ 184-6 FOR SALE-UrussolB cnfi)ot ' Hqunro 12x12. Apply 824 7th St. south. 181-x FOR SALE-A McLaughlin roadster In'good condition. Price ronaonablo. Apply_Hornld Bpx_No. 2.___183-3 FOli SALB-^diiQ iaT?~Ford touririg car in good condition. Oall and see car nt Harrla & Rosslter's, 112 fith St. south, 184-0 l''ORsTCLE^PaftlM"r�(TurrTu^ eggs" for prosorving or tor family use can obtain weekly delivery ot guaranteed CresU .Qggs from Mrs. W. Northain, 1814 4th Ave. North. 180-6 FOR SALE-7-roomed houso, fully modern. A snap. . Owner leaving city. Apply to owner at 1415 6th Ave. south, between 8 and 12 mornings or nftor 7 evenings. 184-0 FOR SALE-1 good heavy wood water tank, about four feet diameter, by four foot deep. Just the thing for the farm or ranch toi stock. Apply C, S. Farrow, phone 451, P.O. Box 477. 183-0 FOR SALE-One portable steel forgo with No. 400 blower; ono wood turning latho, 22; one blacksmith bellows and a number of wood split pulleys. All cheap for cash. Apply 1401 4th Ave, north. 179-6 TOR~sXl^E-0'odrT"rt~6 In. bfiilis 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, Greenfields Exchange, Dominion Block, 6th St, south. 179-6 FOR SALE-Retiring from business and returning to States, so must sacrifice my three Dodge cars. Ono roadster and one 5-passenger 1916 model.s, recently thoroughly overhauled and in fine condition; and one 1918 o-pass-enger only driven 2000 miles. Cash only. Phone 1579. 184-6 FOR SALE FOR SALE-Complete blacksmith and wood working outfit, n-horaepowcr motor, 50 lb. Little Giant hammer, sliafting and pulleys, 2 forges, drill press, and all other tools for first clnse shop. Must be sold at onco. Clioap for cash. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North^ ________ "^^^'^ FORTALl-CAgiSl^al) FOR SALE-Throe good milk cows (1 Holstein and 2 Shorthorns, fresh or due to calf) also two heifer calves, no reasonable offer refused. Apply Geo. Lowe. 1127 8th St. S. 180-0 FOR SALE-Work "horses. Five good work horses or mures, 1250 to 3500 lbs. each, thoroughly broken. Prlco right. H. M. Dudley, Glenwoodvlllo, Via Cardston, Alta. 182-G TRACTOR FOR SALE Now Emoraon & Brantlngham 12-20, In perfect condition. Only plowed 140 acres. Will sRCrl'Ice several hundred. Call at once If Interested. FRED GIFFORD, 181-1 PIncher Station, Alberta. FOR SALt RANGE CATTLE and good milk cows. HEARNE BROS. Phone 1846 P. O. Box 713 Lethbridge 110-0 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Whnn ItBplylnR Mention Tho Hnrntrli FOR SALE-Two 1917 Ford touring cars and ono roadster, these cars are in A 1 condition, and will sell exceptional cheap for cash. Apply 1204 4th Ave. south at meal hours or ovoiiing, up stairs. . -178-6 USED CAR SNAPS We have several good bargains In used Chevrolets and Fords, Call.and �ee*hem.- : , 181-0 BAALIM MOTOR CO. 175-0 LAND FOR SALE SNAPS-Farm lands, infprovod and raw, on Porernost lino, also city dwellings on easy terms. L. S. Ripley & Co,, 714 3rd Avo. South. 83-0 FOfl SALE-10-acre orchard tracts, Columbia River Valley, $14 to $35 per acre. Tprms, $10 monthly. Write for BurvGyor's report, Columbia River Orchardy, Nelson, B.C. 181-6 FOR SALE-North halt 0-20-10, W. 4, 1 mllo from Denhart, Alberta. 70 acros under cultivation, good hoiiso and well tencert. $1,500,00 down, balance on easy terms, Write Box 27 Herald. 178-6 LAND FOR' SALE-3000 acres, flno toi^ stock raising, on ahoro of small lake and running stream. 7pO acres mondow. West-Kootonny. $8,00 por acre. H. E. Dill, Nelson, British Columbia, 181-6 FOR BALE-2200 acres eaat of Olds, near Mayton, all fenced, house, barn, granary, windmill grinder, abundance ot good water; 1000 acros cut 1500 tons of hay; balance tillable, best of soil; used for pasture, plenty ot grass. Price now $22 an aero. N. Wilcox, Olds, Alia. 171-24 FOR SALE-FIRST CLASS STOCK RANCH on Walorton River, about 28 miles south of Plnchor Crook. About SOOO ncros choice liay and grassing lands, also govornmonl loaso �ov additional 480 acres,-also 350 head of excellent Shorthorn cattle and 28 head 'ot PevcUoron horses. All lands and stock clear of any incumbrance. Rancb has capacKy to run 400 head of stock. Owner ,dlcd lately, and oxoeutors desire toroallae ostato,- For further'piir-tlculofs npply to Tliomaon & Jackson, Plnchov CroeW, AUft., aoUcltors for tho otccutoi's. 180-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (Wlipn Ui'plylmr M'.nllon Thu Hor�li1� WANTED-Wo buy nnd soil usod of fico furniture, typowrltors, etc. Ever all and Franks. C3-(! W/"^^['^"Ell^Secoud liBnir"heator, musi bo In fair Hlmpo. Write H. B. Cliud.' Inlgh. l''orouiOHt. 184-3 WANTED-Call and" Bel5"^uFirbout thai car you whili to disposo of. Wo cat sell it for you. 112 5th St. south, Phono 1412. -_184J $750, ADVERTISER WILL PA'V GOOD INTEREST AND GIVE FIRST IVIORTGAGE ON REVfciM,tH PRO-DUCING PROPERTY FOfll'LOAN OF ABOVE AMOUNT FOR V-'GRIOD OF EIGHTEEN MONTHS, >^*>PLY BOX 28, LETHBRIDGE MERAuO. ISl-l ED Will trade a farm of 400 aCros, Im^ proved, 3 miles from PIncher Croeli for stock cattlo. A. H. Lynch-Staun ton, Plnchor Creek. Alta. 182-0 SELL YOUR FURNUIIRI: AT WADDINGTOM'S. GOOD PRICES. PROMPT SETTLE-MENTS. PHONE 770. AFTER SIX P.M.. 469. CITY SECOND HAND STORE THE RELIABLE FIRM, want houso hold goods. Wo buy, soli, exchange /and sell on commission. We lend money on goods loft in our earn nnd deliver and fetch goods at oui expense. Wo carry a oomuloto STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE 406 5th St. So. Phones 1428 or 768, FOR EXCHANGE V\"hcn rwplylni: Jtnntlon Tlie Iteraia. FOR TRADE-For sheep, cattle or hogs, good revenue producing proj)' erly. in. J. IDavlos, 2312 3i-d Ave. S. W., Calgary. 178-6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Canadian Pacific Railway Company Department o{ Natural Resources TENDER FOR REINFORCED CON-CRETE DIVERSION WORKS NEAR IV1AGRATH, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for Maprath Diversion Works" will be received up to noon August 1st, 191S. Tbo work to bo lot comprises tho construction of a spillway, sluice gate.'i and headgatos. and Is located in tho N. W. quarter ot Section 23, Twp. 5, Rgo. 22, Wesfi of tho 4th Jlorldlan, approximately 1 1-2 miles directly south of Magralh station, in the Loth bridge Irrigation System. All construction material with exception oS lumber for forms and water for concrete and for washing concrete materials will bo supplied by the Company. All labor and construction plant will bo supplied by tho Contractor, -ft-ho also will do the hauling of all construction material. Tho Contractor shall nupply , lumber for forms and �water as mentioned above. The .itructuro contains approximately ICOO cubic yards ot reinforced coiv crolo and 97,000 lbs. of reinforcing Btoel. Plans and .specifications -will bo furnished on application to tho uit' dersigned or to the Suporlntondent ot Irrigation, LothlirldKO. Intending bidders aro required tc satisfy themselves as to all conditions affooting the v/ork by a personal inspection oC tlio site. A deposit ot $'>),00 will bo retiulr-ed befovo tho pl-vvns, etc., will be given out, which will bo refunded on their return In good condition. All proposals must bo accompanied by a f'orllflei! ohofiilo payablo to thn Canadian Pacific Railway Co. for 5 por cunt, ot Iho amount Ot the tonrter, to be forfeited ns litiuidatod damages should the bidder neglect or refuse to enter Into a contract in the event that the work is awarded to him. rropo.ials must bo made on tho (landard form provl'dod. Altoratlona thereto, interlineations or quallflcat-ions of price may Invalidate the bid. The right is reserved to reject ariy, or all bids. A. 3. DAWSON, Chief ISnglnear. Culgary, Alberta, . July 10th, 1D18. Ad R KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATINQ CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Av�. & V�fAj? VETERAN WHEN YOU Have A TO OF^ER ! 1/ P'BBsenDNrx^ SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 1562 ;