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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO ' Tim LETHBRIDGE DAILTf HKRAL!3 LET THE PEOPLE KNOW YOUR ~ FRIDAY. JULY 19. 11)18 -THEY WANT TO KNOW THEM Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.in., to Appear Same Day.~25c an Insertion for 23 Words or Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. mm LAND FORSAl will sell at moderate price and on easy terms four (4) sections o' my best Spring Coulee farm land, all lu one body. Crop talliiro unknown. Call nt my homo, one half mile west of Spring Coulee, for particulars and inspection. Mrs. Clara C. Thompson. 149-0 ED FARMIN GRAIN GROWING can be undertaken with every assurance of better than average yields each year m districts which we can recommend. MIXED FARjriNG eliminates 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. Bcwden, Innisfail 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 110,000.-OOO.OO. 171-0 HAY LAND IN M OLDS DISTRICT 480 ACRES of good wild hay that will cut 500 to fiOO tons this year; good �water, and close to market. Price $27.50 per acre. Terms arranged. Thie should cut enough hay to pay for itself this year, and in a district that cuts hay every year. B". YOU .WANT grating land with good grass and hay we have it. Let us know your needs. We make a apeclalty of stock lands. FILTEAU & HEWER, 204 9th Ave. W., Calgary. lSO-6 SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LAND OWING TO the fact of the extremely dry season, there are (i few 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 seasona are not dry. I HAVE three splendid, 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 impyovementa 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 White Lunch, or at residence, 1223 6th Ave. S. 181-6 HAY LAND !WE HAVE personally Inapocted sev eral tracts of hay land north of Calgary and will be pleased to give first hand information about placea that will feed from 200 to 1000 head . of stock. MURCHISON BROS,, GADDES & BRADEN. 330 5:h St. South, Empreas Block. 183-6 HAY See u.s for hay, hay lands, ranches and leases. : : : : THE CANADA LAND COMPANY First Door West of Union Bank Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone 323 CANADA LAND & IRRI-CATION COMPANY, LTD. 530,000 ACRES DRY and IIINDS The lands are in the district between Rellaw 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-�ble' valuation. The Company Is looking for pons, fide settlers. We would be pleased td hare you Inspect our lands. Prospective purcbas'ers should make all Inquiries dli-ect through the company's office at Medicine HaL We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT CANADA LAND & IRRI-GATION COMPANY, LTD. B0X^�77  ' Phone 2428 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-10-acre orchard tracts, Columbia River Valley, $14 to $35 per acre. Terms. $10 monthly. Write for surveyor's report. Columbia River Orchards, Nelson, B.C. 181-.6 FOR SALE-10.000 acre grazing lease. Would make an ideal sheep ranch. Has abundance of grass and water with plenty of shelter. Apply Box 20', Hen-lld. 185-6 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 27 Herald. 178-6 hASD FOR SALE-3000 acres, fine for stock raising, on shore' of small lake and running stream. 700 acres' meadow. West Kootenay. $8.00 per acre. H. B. Dill, Nelson, British Columbia. 181-6 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 tillablo, best of soil; used for pasture, plenty of grass. Price now $22 an acre. N. Wilcox, Olds, Alts. 171-24 LOST AND FOUND (WTi�>n Rejilylnic Mention Th� ITornMi lost-a spare rim, size 4-34 and tiro, in vicinity of Henderson Park. W. H. Ripley. Phone 1163. 176-0 FOUND-.-v. sum of money. Owner may recover same at ISiO t'ltU Ave. South, city. 1S.">-1 LOST-One black maro, branded A on left hij). $10.00 reward for recovery of same. Johu Vancuk, llardle-vlllo, Alta._ lSl-6 LOS'l'-Black leather ^'ard rase with registration card No. 224-6-113 anil other papers. Flndei- Uludly return to owner nt Herald Office. 176-0 LOST-On tith Ave, near Sth St. black purse. Finder kindly return., to 413 loth St. and receive reward. Phnae 767. 1S.-.-3 TO RENT STRAYED OU STOLEN-Brown collie, answers to the name of Brownie, little white In the front and on the back. Rev,-ard given, '',2s 7th St. S. ISS-ii LOST-From Taylor farm. brown 3 year old gelding, branded on left thigh. Reward for Information leading to recovery.__ The Taylor Milling Co., Lethbnuo-_______ 174-0 FOUND-Near Experiraent.il Farm on July 17th, between 6 and 7 p.m., 3 card board boxes, tied .with cord, containing picture framesj Owner may have same by proving property and ] paying for this ad. TO RENT-Two furnitslied rooms, gas and (ISO of phone. Aiiply 1248 otli Ave. A S., or tjhono 1767. 183-B TO' RE-NT-A*seYcn "rDomod fully modern house in the Duff addition. Ap-ply 1256 4Ui Aye. soutji.'^ i'd RENT-StOnige"'spac6~'for. "all kinds of goods. Hates roasonablo. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd .\venuo South. Phono 732. /___ to llEN'f^^aiifn; 'cf cfli'ces. Wo'il 1/ghted and Iioatbil. (nclnr Lothorldgo hotel. Moderdtb. rental. Apply J. D Hlginbotbam. � _ lSO-0 'VOltliNT-5'iinitslu'il or iiiTfurnishod, a largo room suitable tor light housekeeping, gas' It 'Ipreferred, reasonable terms, .\pply Box 4, Herald. _lSl-6 MR.- are you"satisfloirwith your present living quarters? It not. go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. T^o rates are low. "or. 4tli Ave. and IDth St., S, Phona 647. TO~RENT^-rTw^"suites of 3 rooms each in the Shepherd Block; also three single rpoms, can bo used for apartments or offices) For terms �nd particulars apply Caretaker, Hull Block or British Canadian Trust Company, 315 Sth St. south. 182-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE (When Replying M^-ntion The H�raMhone 1191. Balmoral Block. 183-6 FOR SALE-2209 acres ranch land five miles north of Innlsfree, Alberta. Three-fourths of this land steam plow proposition, balance rolling; well watered, partially fenced, about one hundred acres broken, no buildings, grass knee-high, nothing been on land this year, plenty of hay in neighborhood and big open range further north. Easy terms, low rate of interest. Price $18 per acre, no comnilflsion. Address,' Owner, Post Office Box 940, Edmonton. 185-6 FOR SALE-FIRST CLASS STOCK RANCH on Waterton River, about 28 miles south of Pincher Creek. About 2000 acres choice hay and grazing lands, also government lease for ad-, dltlonal 480 acres, also 350 head of excellent Shorthorn cattle and 28 head of Pnrcheron horses. All lands and stock clear of any Incumbrance. Ranch ha'B capacity to run 400 head of stock. Owner died lately, and executors desire to realize estate. For further particulars apply to Thomcon & Jackson, Pincher Creek, Alta., solicitors for the executors. 180-0 STRAYED-One dark grey horsei branded 2 on left hip; one white grey mare, branded H oyer (1) on left shoulder. 1 bay mare branded N on hip; weight 1200. One grey horse. 4 years old, atrip on face, one white foot, branded H7 on left shoulder. A reward of $5 per head will be paid for information leading to recovery. Wm. F. Connor. Eagle Butte, Alta. 159-0 REPLIES Have been received tor iho following box numbers and aro waiting to bo xjallad for. 3, 10, 16, 34, 47, 48, 51, 02, 72, S3, 84. FOR SALE~(Misceiraneous) SITUATIONS VACANT i'Wt,^ ReplytpK Mantlon Th� Herald) WANTED-Experienced, waitress for PalacQ Confectionery.. 177-0 WANT E 1>-^A ~ iianttT~miiId~tit' the Lethbridga Hotel. _ j8u-0 VVANTED-At mice. Two waUTess" es. Apply Lothbrldgo Hotel. 181-0 WANTED-Mine overman, state experience and salary desired; Canada West Coal Co.. Ltd., Tabdi\ Alta^ 183-3 WANTED-1 'walires'Fand 1 waiter; None but experienced need applv. White Lunch, Sth St. 8. 167-0 WANTED-A woman to Iron one day a ^veek. - Phbne R 115. Mrs. C.^ R. Daniels. 180-6 IVANTED-Girl \ for hall work. Good Uragea. Apply housekeeper, Alexan-4ra Hotel. ' 184-2 iVANTED-Girl to assist with light housework. 1101 7th Ave. south. Phone 3^2. 185-6 WANTED-Maid for general housework, three In family, no children. 414 6th St south. Dr. Lafterty. 184-0 WANTED-One experienced warehouse man. Wholesale. Apply Box 1150, Lethbrldge. 184-0 WANTED-A teacher for Crystal Lake School. Apply A. H. Knight, Secretary-Treasurer, Box 342, Lethbrldge. 177-0 WANTED-Girl to assist photographer during Stampede week. Good wages. Call at 1252 Sth Ave., or phono U43. 1S4-6 MINERS Wanted. Good conditions. Apply Lethbrldge Coal Co., Stafford Bottom. Phone 1362. 181-6 WANTED-Teacher for White school district No. 678, six miles from Lethbrldge. Apply staling salary expected and experience, to Sec.-Treas., Box 262, Lethbrldge. 183-6 WANTED-A teacher for Young Maiden School District, Foremost. Please state experience and salary. Renbln Hyden, Sec.-Trcas., Foremost, Alta. _ 184-6 WANTED-One or two teams, horses 1300 to 1500 pounds, to work for their feed With good care. Address M. G. Smith, 814 � Herald Bldg., Calgary, Alta. . ' 18.-)-2 FOR SALE-Five-roomed : bungalow, colonial finish throughout, hardwood floois and big roomy verandah, on 50 xl25 toot lot. Water and light, new hot air furnace, good chicken run, owner leaving town,-now renting for PARJI LABOR-Wo 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 Sth St. S., Lethbridgo. phono 545. 95 0 WANTED-An old established life insurance company will have vacancy about Aug. 1st, for a married man to work In Lethbrldge. Guaranteed salary and commission. Previous experience not necessary. Write, stating age to Box 48, Herald office. 180-6 WANTED-Reliable and competent FOR SALE-Just to clear balance of our organ stock wo aro offering a Do-herly Organ, slightly used, tor $65 nt $5 per-month. Mason & Rlaeii Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge. ' _ .V _ __185-1 FOR SALE-Brii8�ois~carpoF 12x12. B(|iiuro _Apply 824 7th St. south. ,^t81-x FOR SALE-A MoLaughlln road"stor in good condition. Price roasonablo. Apply^Herald Box No. 2^__^183-3 FOll SALE-^ii?^9i7"" Ford~ioiirlhg car hi'.goodl'.cofiaitlbn; Call and see cai^at Harflg.--*'liOiSBitor's, 112/(ith St, south. ' "^'^�^ "  184-0 FO]l SAUE-Partles' roqulrlng. ogga fol= proseryiilJB or for family uso can obtain, weekly rtoUvoty, of guaranteed fresh eggs ffom � Mrs. W. Northam, 1814 4th Ave. North. 180-6 FOR SALB-7-roomod house, fully modern. A snap. Owner leaving city. Apply to owner at 1415 0th Avo. south, botween 8 and 12 nionrtnga or after 7 ovenlBgs. 184-6 FOR SALE-1 good heavy wood water tank,  a.bout four feet diameter, by four feet deep. Juat the thing for the farm or ranch foi stock. Apply C. Farrow, piiono 45i, P.O.- Box 477. 183-0 FOtl SALI': -Household furniture, floor covering, kitchen utensils, pictures, books, offlcd chair and desk, bread m^xer, freezer, refrlgor.itor, sealers and atone jars, baby busgy. 215 7th Street S, Phouo ;?92. 185-6 FOR SALE-Retlrlriglrom busTness and r.elurnlng to States, so must sac-rillco my three Dodge cars. One roadster and one S-passongor 1918 models, recently thoroughly. overhauled and in line condition; and one 1918 5-pass-ongor only driven 2000 mllen. Cash only. Phono 1579. 184-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS iWhrn Replylnv Mention The Harnlill WANTED-We buy anfl sell used of. tico (urnlturo, typewriter!, etc. Ever-all and Pranki. 93-0 WANTED-Second, hand heater, must bo in fair shape. Write H. B. Chud-lolgh. Foremost. 184-2 WANTED-Call and see U� about that car you wish to dispose of. Wo can sell It for you. 112 Bth St. south. Phono 1412. 184-fi WANT15U-Threshing machine, small rig. tuhy onulppod'and In good repair. StntQ lowest price rind full particulars In firot letter to L. J. Auten, Ponoka, Altn^____185-0 WANTED - Improved sections to lease by experienced farmer. Can put 30 iorsoa, 20 head cattle, full set farm Implements and three men to work on the placo. Credontlnla furnished. Ap-l>ly_Box 354 Lethbrldge, Alta. 185-6 WANTED-To purchase  two hand orlal tramways tor movement of coal. I.,ongth 7000 feet. Must havo minimum capacity of sixty-five tons per hour.' Give price and terms. How soon delivery can bo made. P. O. Box 628, Lethbrldge, Alta. 186-3 $750. ADVERTISER WILL PAY GOOD INTEREST AND GIVE FIRST MORTGAGE ON REVENUE PRODUCING PROPERTY FOR LOAN OF ABOVE AMOUNT FOR PERIOD OF EIGHTEEN MONTHS. APPLY BOX 28, LETHBRIDGE HERALD. 181-6 FOR QUICK SALE-Printing business; Newspaper and job prlntlnc plant, 2 story building, boat oqulppotl and best business lu Alberta for a ru.al plant. Yearly business about $6000. Ill health of publisher reason for selling. Address Drawer 7, Alliance, Alberta. 18.">-6 FOR SALE-Grist mill and business located in Alliance, Alberta, In one of the best mixed farming d'.strlcts. Ca-' paclly 200 bushels per hour. Public weigh scales -and several machine agencies go with business. Full particulars furnished upon request to Box 333, CO. The Alliance Times, Alliance, Alberta. 185-12 SELL YOUR FURNUIIRE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD RICES. PROMPT SEHLE-MENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIXP.M.. 469. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Complete,blacksmith and wood working outfit. G-horsopower motor, 50 lb. Little Olnnt hammer, shafting and pulleys, 2 forges, drill press, and all other tools for first class shop. Must be sold at oncoi Cheap for each. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North. _ ._ � 181-6 FOR S.\LE-:-SummBr salV of^used 1)U anos and organs. Pianos from $250 up; organs from $35 up. Easy terms. Willis Pianoa, Hull Block, ard Ave. S. 185-6 CITY SECOND HAND STORE THE RELIABLE FIRM, want household goods. V/o buy, sell, exchange and sell on commlssloh. Wo lend money on goods loft in our care, and deliver and fetch goods at our expense. We carry a complete STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE 406 Slh St. .So. Phone* 1428 or 768. FOR SALE-(Agricultural) for SALE-Three good niUk cows (1 Holsteln and 2 Shorthorns, fresh or due to cBlf) also two heifer calves, no reason.ible offer refused. Apply Geo. Lowe. 1127 Sth St. S. 180-0 $15 a month, will sell for casU. $1150. j -- ^ ^ -^^-^^ - Apply J. Kom, Room 10. Hull Block^ [ [^^^^ to railway spur, to mine and load FOR SALE-On 1st' Ave. A Ts'orth, Lethbrldge, one lot and house, fenced all round, and nice big trees. One snack, good to holfl cows or chickens, also havo tor .sale two lots In garden on 19th St. N. between 7th an(l 8th,. on 19th St.' N. between 0th and 6th' Aves. lOlh St. N; Will sell cheap. Apply to 1822 1st Ave. A North 18.5-G STRAYED-To. my place, 1 bay horse, hind feet white above ankles, 1 front foot white to ankle, about 12 years old. 1 bay colt, 3 years old. 1 iron grey colt,' 3 years old, about 1000 lbs.. 1 dark bay 3 year old colt, with black points, no brand. 1 bay mare and. oolt, left hind foot white to ankle, little white in forehead, mare weighs about 1200. U bay mare, white strip in face, right front foot small spot and Eonifi white on left hind foot, and colt. light bay colt with white strip in face, some white on left hind foot, right hind foot white halt way to top, weight 1400. 1 hay maro and colt, both hind feet white to ankles, weight about 1000. 1 bay mare and colt, left hind foot white to ankle, right hind toot white above the ankle, little white In face, weight about 1000 poUnds. Owner can have same by paying adv. arid damages. J. W. McClaIn, Sec. 6, Town 11, R. 23. 185-1 NOTICE Cltlzpns. are asked to placo their garbage'in.proper receptacles at the back of the'lot where there Is a lane; and Where there \h no lane, In the pjac"' eloBCBl to where the garbage Wagim , passcfi. No garbage will bo shoveled oft the ground. H. V.'M, -MEKCH. 180-1 Cominissloncr of Public Works. GRASS, mm, AN PLENTY OF HAY PATTFRSON, McKINNON & BELL, Union Bank Building, havo the offering of two fine proposl-tion.s. No. 1, 10,000 acres closed lease west of Calgary, QVi yoiva, with all the winter food for atock necessary, plenty of water and shelter. No. 2, :;4H() acres lease for throe years on a very fine i-anch In the Calgary district. 100 acres In oats and barley, looking good; 400 tons hay can bo'put up; plenty of water and grasp, good house, barn and corrals. Includes op tlon of uurchaso at end of Iobbo, 180-61 FOR SALE-A cholCQ building site in the select residential;district of Lau-relhurst, consisting'of Lot 8, Block 23, in the midst of'expensive reslden-, tial Ijtilldlngs, 3(10x150 feet, rlght.'.on, the electric line. One minute's travel from the post office In the city of Portland, Orogon. .Prico $3800. $500 cash, balance to suit purchaser, or win trade on Alherta land. The MU-ner, Stanbur. Manakar & Stevenson' Agency, 210 Sherlock Building, Lethbrldge, Alta. 194 WANTED TO RENT WANTED-To rent furnished house for the month of August. Phone 1880. 180-0- WANTED TO RENT-A ready farm, one half or a whole section, with' stock and farm macjilnery In Southern Alberta or Sa.'ikatchewan. State terms. M. N. Farsberg, Tanglefoot, B. C. N. 185^6 coal on railway cars on contract basls.-Stato qualifications to Box 44, Herald. :_ 181-g SALESMAN Wanted-Immediately, throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan; now booking orders tor new sijason; energy and honesty essential. We treat our men right. Great West Nurseries Co., Ltd., P. Burns Building, Calg'ary. 168-25 wm WANTED At Diamond Coal Mines, Diamond City, .Alta., 12 miles north of Lethbridgo. Daily Train Service Diamond train meets outgoing and ingoing trains In the afternoon from and to Lethbrldge, Change at KIpp tor Diamond City. IS'-'-O SITUATIONS WANTED ivi-hen rieplyinu Mentloa The Hernldl WANTED-Good experienced cook wishes position, on farm. Write Box No. 56, Herald. 184-G NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate ot Warren James Bow den, late of the Village of Purple Springs, In ihp Province of Alberta, Parmer, Deceased: NOTICE la hereby given that all persons having ciairiis upon the estate of the late Warren Jamea Bowden, who died on tho 13th day ot August,. A. D. 1914, are required to send to the underslgnod Administrator of his Estate by the Sixth day of August, A. D. 1918, a full statement duly verified, of their claims and- any securities held by them and that after that date the Administrator will distribute the assets of thn deceased among the parties ontlllcd the^-ato, having regard only to the claims ot which nqtlca has been so filed or brought to Us knowledge.,  ... ...... Dated this 20th day of June, A, D. 1918. , ,.� The Trusts & ,C^uafantee Company, Limited. Administrator. 220 Eighth Avenue Wpst, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, or to Shephert^, OUiilop A Rice, llarrlBters, Etc., Lethbridgo. SolicKoia tor thja. iy|nilni8trator. WANTED-Experionced stenographer Is open tor position. Apply Box 49, Herald.________ WANTED-Two school boys 14 y'ears ot ago, with bicycles, wish position during Buramor holidays. Apply Box 30, Herald. 179-^0 WANTED-By engineer of good stand Ing, a poflltion In any mechanical or repair- work. Has best ot roterences. Box 81, Herald^__182-0 WA'ntED-PoaTtlon as bookkeeper; experienced, middle aged, temporarily employed chartered bank small town. Good references. Apply Box 11, Herald office. 181-6 WANTED-Young man under mllf tary age with buslneBS training and olorlcal experience, wants position in offlce. Apply J. P. McDou^ail, Box 71, Herald. ' 184-Gx FARM LABOR-Wo have a number of strong, husky boys, ranging from 16 to 18 years of age and from 105 of 185 lbs, in wolfehl, ready tor sorvlco i>ii Alberta farms. Si O, 3, zone head-quartbrs, 415 3rd Ave. S, Phono 1804, C. B. McKlnnon, Zouo'Supervlcor, When FOR EXCHANGE Replying Montlon Th* HtraUa, FOB TRADE-For sheep, cattle or hogs, gppd Tovonuo producing prop erty. Close In, . J, Davlos, 2312 3rd Ave. S, W,, Caleary. i78-8 FOR SALE-Work horses. Five good work horses or marea, 1250 to 1600 lbs. each, thoroughly broken. Price right. H. M. Dudley, GlenwoodvlUe, Via Cardaton, .Alta. 182-6 TRACTOR FOR SALE New Emerson & Brantingham 12-20, In perfect condition. Only plowed 140 acres. Will sacrifice several hundred. Call at once If Interested. , . , .FRED GIFFORO, 181-1 , PInchar. Station, Alberta. 'FORSALt RANGE CATTLE and good milk cows. HEARNE B.ROS. Phono 184(J - f P.O. Box 713 - - 'X tetKbr)dg� 116-0 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Gar at Snap Have 1917 model four-ninety Chevrolet flve-piissonger touring car tor sale. RoasonablS. In good shape. A. Chap-1^, 713 .Srd Ave. 3.__185-6 USED CAR SNAPS We have aevepat good ba.-galns In uaed Chevrolet* and Fords. Call and see them, 181-0 BAALIM MOTOR CO. 175-0 kNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phons 1892 710 Fifth Avs: S, __FDRCET 1^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN' YDU HAVE A i JOB TabF^ER PI Base nDhFy; SecV Veterans' Club Phone 37? CAniE wm will trade a farm of 400 acres. Improved, 3 miles from Pincher Creek for slock cattle. A. H. Lynch-Stnun-ton, Pincher Oreek, Alta. . 182-0 MONEY TO LOAN (When Replylnc Mention Tho Herald* MONEY" TXJ^LOAN'on fTfm7fandi"and clly.property at current rate of Interest. W. F. Nelson & Company, 41C 6tli Street south. ' 184-C MONJilY TO LOAN-Wo have a qon-sldorable amount to loan on Improved farm land. Interest 8 per cent. Prompt service. Apply N. B. jPeat & Co., 10 McDonald Block, lethbrldge, Alberta. 165-0 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Canadian Pacific Railway Company Department of Natural Resources;- TENDER FOR REINFORCED'CON-CRETE DIVERSION WORKS NEAR MAGRATH, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to tho undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for Magrath Diversion Works" will bo received up to noon August 1st, 1918. The work to bo let comprises tho construction of. a spillway, .sluice gates and headgates, and Is located In the N, AV. quarter of Section 23, Twp. 5, Rge. 22, West ot the 4th Meridian, approximately 1 1-2 miles directly south of Magrath station. In the Lethbrldge Irrigation System, All construction material with' exception ot lumber tor 'forms and'water for concrete and tor washing' concrete materials will bo supplied by the Company; All labor and construction plant will bo supplied by the Contractor, who ttlso will do the hauling of all construction material. ;fhe Contractor shall supply lumber tor forms ,and water as mentioned above. The stfucturo contains approximately 1(100 ci'iblc yards of reln(orced concrete and 07,000 lbs. ot reinforcing, steel, '. , ' � Plans and Bpoclficatl5j;nB will be furnished on application to the undersigned or to the ^upSrinteqilQnt ot Irrlgatloii, Lethbrldge, ' Intending bidders are required to satisfy tliijmselves. as to all conditions affecting the work by a personal' Inspection ot the slto, A deposit of $ip,p0, win -be required before tho plans, etc., will be given out, which will be'refunded on their return In good condition. Ail proposals must be accompanied by a certinod cheque payable to the Canadian Pacific . Rall)vay Co. for 5 per ,cent. ot the amount ot tho tender, to bo forfeited as Iftiuldatod damage? should the lildder neglect or rotuafi to onterJnto a contract in the event that the work Is awarded to hlra, Proposals must bo mad?" on tllM standard form provided. Alterations thferoto, Interlineations or quallfloit-ions of price may Invalidate the bid; The right Is reserved to reject anjr or all btilB. A, 3, DAWSON, , ' 'Chief Engineer. Calgary, Alberta, , July 10th. jui� a ^^^^^^^^ 51 ;