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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBWDGE DAlLTt HERALO SATURDAY. JULY 20, lOtS LET THE PEOPLE KNOW YOUR WANTS-THEY WANT TO KNOW THEM Classifiea Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.ni., to Appear Same Da^-^ZSc an Insertion for 25 Words or Les>- ,")Ih St: south. 1S2-6 _____ PROPERTY FOR SALE ND-Near Experimental Farmon ! (When nr.piylng mention The^ Horaid- ? REPLIES : ? arc waiting to bo called for. : 3, 10, 16, 25, 34, 47, 48, 51, 62, > ? 72, S3, 84. �lW| done t^,aaslst,irt;'thi5 pro. ductiojn of rood|j�t8, with deposit at the rate of Sl.Qb for, Uf9 first lot jat 3126 square fee^ or less, atid 79c for each additional lot or'part of lot, may be made at tile'' office ot the CpmmisBioner of Public Works. ' ' M ; h. wm. meech, . ' Commissioner ot Public Works, b.c. FRUIT LANDS. BOY TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAY District, British Columbia, which In fruits.and vegetables, with cow, pigs, poultry and bees, will pay you steady EubLtanttal groflts. Delightful -warm climate, rich eoil, good achbols, dally trains, dally mails, close to markets. Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery, hunting, fishing, boating. TUrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands $10 cash and $10 monthly without in-iercBt. Write quick for free information. West Kootenay FVuit Lands Company, Dept. E, Nelson, British Columbia. Ad A Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED EVERYTHINfe IN ACCOUNTINQ AUDIT8, IfJVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS,  � BU 81N E88, f AX RETURNS, 90OK-KEEi!ilNG, ;iflNANCjAt. STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room S. Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue 8. Returned soldier, tnria, B. C. T; S. Mathews. Vic-1S6-6 LOST-Black wallet, containing military discharge certificate, receipt registration m.s.a. No. 43S54G, Medi al Board certificate ' and Registration ticket, and other papers. Finder please return to Herald office and receive reward. 183-G 1.^011 SALE-4-roomed cottage mod-oru. gas, screened veranda, newly decorated, fenced; Sl.550.00. Small cash payment. Balance easy. Box 23 Herald. 1S2-6 LOST-$50 reward for recovery of three light bay horses, fjll branded white stripe on faces, one has about 1200 pounds, and have for SALE-4-roomed cottage, modern, near car line on south side in good condition, ?1,460.00. $600.00 cash, balance Ifte rent. Apply Box 7S Herald. ' ' 1S2-6 FOR SALE-Four roomed house, pantry, sewer, water, light, good fence, J chicken house and good garden. Own-on right shoulder, and weight i or leaving the city, Applv P. Frankie, " " --------' " -----� - � _^_185-6 Tooms and white feet. Notify R. H. Denhart, P. | ml 12th St. A N" o. Box 6, Taber. Alta._172_2� , -HWsiirFOrrS.VLE-7" WANTED-Ono experienced warehouse man. AVholesale. Apply Box 1150, Le|hbrldgfi.__1S4-6 .WANTED-A teacnor for Crystal Lake School. Apply A. H. Knight, Secretary-Treasurer, Box 342, Loth-bridge. 177-0 WANTED-Girl to assist photographer during Stampide week. Good wages. Call at 1252 Sth Ave., or phone 1643. 1S4-6 MINERS Wanted. Good conditions. Apply Lethbrldge Coal Co., Stafford Bottom'. Phono 1362. FOR SALE-Brusnols carpet squaro 1j" i^- Apply 824 7Ui_ St. soutli^ 18 Lx F():i SALE-Shiull coiirnrtno'tor foaao ono nillo from town, good trado assured. Apply to Stultli Bro.h., Milk River, A,\tR^__ 180-0 B'OU S.\LE-'7^ooniocl irouso, fully modern. A snap. Owner leaving city. Apply to owner nt 14ir, Gth Ave. south, between 8 and 12 mornings or after 7 evenings. 184-6 FOfTSALE-1 good heavy wood water tank, about four rbct diameter, by four feet deep. Juat the thing tor the farm or ranch foi stock. Apply C. S. Farrow, phono 451, P.O. Olox 477. 183-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS iWlii-n Itonlylnit M'nllon Tlio llornlilt WANTED-Wcr'biir~and~BUll used office furniture, typowrltors, etc. Ever-all and Franks. 83-0 WANTED-Call and see us about that cur you wish to dispose of. Wo can QcUlt for you. 112 5th St. south. Phono 1412, 184-fi FOR !3ALE-HougehoUl furniture, floor covering, kitchen utonaiKs, pictures, books, office chair and desk, bread mixer, freezer, retrigorntor, scalers and stono Jars, baby buggy. 215 7th Street S. Phono 392. 185-6 FOR'S A Li3^^^inpleio"hou3ohold~ tur-ntturo' and fittings. Party buying same has proforonco ot renting tho iliouso. Also have for sale a ninubor ot chickens. Apply to Box 38 Herald. ISB-3 FOir"s7VLE-RotTring~fronr^^ and returning to States, so must sac-rlflco my IJiree Dodge cars. Ono roadster and ono o-passonger 1916 models, recently thoroughly overhauled and in line condition; and one 1918 5-pnss-cnger only driven 2000 mlloa. Cash only. Phono 1579. 184-6 FOR QUICIC"gALi':-Printli^g business. Newspaper and job printing plant, 2 story building, best equipped and best business in Alberta for a rural plant. Yearly business about $6000. Ill health of publisher reason for selling. Address Drawer 7, Alliance, Alberta. ' 185-6 WANTED-Teacher for White school district No. 678, six miles from Lethbrldge. Apply stating salary expected and experience, to Sec.-Treas., Box 262, Lethbrldge. 183-G STRAYED-One bay gelding; also libath, on Seventh Ave. A. south, first dark bay gelding. Both branded Coffin Brand on left hip, One bay gelding, white spot on ^ forehead, short front hoof. $50.Q0""rewiird tor information leading to recovery of"these horses. Box 63, Monarch, or phone R 512, .Monarch. 1S2-G houso west ot Athletic grounds. Stable 16x16, storey, and a half, on rear of lot. Price $2,700.00 cash. Call or write l. A. Pelger,. R411. LOST-Ono dark bay hnr-se. brande-l on right flank; 9 years old; weight about 3200 11)3.; alsoJBlo'ck. City, one blue roan mare. h.-is white strip on nose, five years old, weight about 1300 lbs., no brand; boti; have halters on; $10 a head for recovery of same. .Notify Bins Wo, 320 th St. .Vorth. Phone 1S72. 1S4-C FOR S.\LE-Big bargain for cash, B-room house and-two lots, newly painted and papered; fine, Jooution in North Lethbrldge. This" property will be sold at a big bargain it bought at once. (\.nply H. Calvin. Room 7, .McDonald Phone 1425. 182-0 STRA"VED-Team of horses from farm of A. H. McKeown, Craddock, Sec. 13-6-19. Geldings, branded on left thigh. One grey about six years old, weight about 1300, one hay about 13O0, 7 yeaiys old. Finder wllHbe rewarded for information leading to recovery. Keown. HOTEL IN NORTH DAKOTA FOR SALIC-This property Is a going concern in thriKlns town, convenient to station, and clear of encumbrance. , Will ejxhange for Alberta farm lands. What have you to offer? W. F. Nelson & Company, 41G 5th Street south. 184-6 WANTED-A teacher for Young Maiden School District, Foremost. Please state experience and salary. Renbln Plyden, Sec.-Treas., Foremost, Alta. _ 184-6 WANTED-One or two teams, horses 1300 to 1500 pounds, to work for their teed with good care. ' Address M. G. Smith, 814 Herald BIdg., Calgary, Alta. 185-2 FOIC sale:-Grist mlU and business 181-6 � located in Alliance, ,AItterta, in ono of ' tho best mixed farming districts. Oa-paclty 200 bushels per hour. Public weigh scales end eeveral machine agencies go with business, Full particulars furnished upon I'equest to Box 333, co. The AIIlRnco Times, Alliance, Alberta. 185-12 IIANCHING PROPOSITION-In Twin Butte, Alta. 480 acres deeded laud, Ap-�ply Alberta Candies, Ltd., K. P. -Building, Eth St. 'S,' 186-0 WANTED TO KENT-A ready farm, ono half or a whole section, with stock and farm machinery In Southern Alberta or Saskatchewan. Sta'te terms. M. N. Parsberg, Tanglefoot, B. C. GET OUR PROPOSITION for responsible men and women. Permanent re-pea:t order business that pays big profits.' Hundreds enjoying big money earnings from the business we have helped them build. Whjr not you? Les^ark Manufacturing Co.. Foster, Que. " Ad 3 ERS WANTED At Diamond Coal Mines, Diamond City, Alta., 12 mileo north of Lethbrldgo. Dally Train Service Diamond train meets outgoing and Ingoing trains In the afternoon from and to Lethbrldge. Change at Klpp for Diamond City............ 18''-0 FOR SALE FOR SALE-Complete blacksmith and wood working outfit. S-horsepower motor, 50 lb. Little Giant hammer, shafting and pulleys, 2 forges, drill press, and all other tools for first clasfl shop. Must be sold at once. Clieap for cash. Apply 1401 4th Ave. North. _ 181-G FOR HALIiJ-^Summor salo if ua'ed pianos and organs. Pianos from $250 up. organs from $35 up. Easy terms. Willis Pianoa, Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. 18.5-G WANTEI>-Throshlng machine, small rig, fully equipped and In good repair. Slate lowest price and full partlculara In first letter to L; J. Auton, Ponoka, Aha._____.\ .__ 185-6 WANTED - Improved sections lo lonse by experienced farmer. Can put 30 horses, 20 head cattle, full act farm Inipionionts and throe-men to work on tho place. Creilentiala furnished. Apply I)oj(_ 354 Lothbrhlgo, Altn._ 185-6 Aer I a Ct R a m w a V VV a n t e d WANTED-To purchase a two hand aerial tramway for movement ot coal. Length 7000 feet. Must havo minimum capacity of sixty-five tons per hour. Give, price and lorms. How soon delivery can be made. P. O. Box 628, Lethbrldgo, Alta. 185-3 $750, ADVERTISER WILL PAY GOOD INTEREST AND GIVE FIRST IVIORTGAGE ON REVENUE PRODUCING PROPERTY FOR LOAN OF ABOVE AMOUNT FOR PERIOD OF EIGHTEEN MONTHS. APPLY BOX 28, LETHBRIDGE HERALD. 181-6 ED Will trade a farm of 400 acres. Improved, 3 miles from PIncher Crook for stock cattlo. A. H. Lynch-Staun-ton, PIncher Creek, Alta. 182-0 SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTON'S. GOOD PRICES. FT^OMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIX P:M.^469.___ CITY SECOND HAND STORE THE RELIABLE FIRM, want house-hold goods. We buy, sell, exch-ingo and sell on commission. Wo lend money on goods left in our care, and deliver and fetch goods at our expense. We carry a uomnlote STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE 406 5ih St. So. Pllones 14Z8 or 768. MONEY TO LOAN (TVh('n_ n"-plylnir ]Mrntlnn Tlio ITernlf1> MONEY "TO LOAN on" farm~ian(l8" and' city property at current rate of Interest. W. F. NolKon & Company, 416 5th Street south. _ 184-G MONEY^TO LOA.N-Wo have a con" siderablo 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 FOR SALE-(Agricultural) FOR SAL15-A good milk cow, gentle. Also a second hand Ford car In good condition. Both can be seen at 1272 Sth A\0. south, city. Owner. 186-6 FOR SALE-Work horses. Five good work horses or mares, 1250 to 1500 lbs. Jeach, thoroughly broken. Price right. H. M. Dudley, Oionwoodville, Via Cardston, Alta. 182~G FOR SALt jRANGE CATTLE and good milk ! cows. HEARNE B;ROS. Phone 1816 P. O. Box 713 . � LotbbridoB ,,, 116-0 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE SITUATIONS WANTED (VTfien neplyjne, Mention The Herald) WANTBD^GrOoS experienced coolc wishes position on farm. Write Box No. 55, Herald. 184-6 WANTED-Experienced stenographer is open ton position.' Apply Box 49, Herald. * 176-0 176- IWANTE'D-Two school boys 14^yeara of age, with bicycles, wish position ^luring summer holidays. Apply'Box ^b, Heralt).. 179-0 i AUCTIONEER Special Prices for Red Cross Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices paid for Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Ave. 8, Lethbrldae CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL Telephone 1468 It Is always sate to send a Dominion Express Money Order, Five DoUaru fcoBts throe cents Long experience in stock and farm mactiinory. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates rmd Rates Call The Dowsley L.-ind Aoency, Leth' bridgo, Pbpne' 1809 KNAPMAf^ PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.** Phono 1892 ^ |714^.Fifth Av�. �. Ranted-By onglheor ot gopd stand-,'ijag, a position in any mechanical or repair work. Has best ot references. 'BoxSl,, Herald.___182-0 jfi^ANTED-rPositlon as bookkoepor, 'cxpoiienced, middle aged, temporarily employed chartered hank small town. Good references. Apply Box 11, Herald office.__^_181-0 WANTED-Young man under mlU-tary age with business tralnlijg and clerical experience, wants position in olflce. Apply J. P. McDoiyiall, Box 71, Jiorald^____18jl-Ox !f6 E)iCHA>fGE WR CATTrJ N. W. quarter. Section two. Township 51, Range 19', West 4th. Fine Imlxod farrnlnB district adjoining the ;good town of Toliold. East )ia}t Hoctlon two, TownBlilp ,44, iRango'28, West 4th. First elass stock 'j'ancb. Plenty of range, hiiy and water. Poppka^dlstifct. , ; ,. ; East half Section 8, Township 56, .Ilango 4, West 4th. Twenty-four acres broken; good log house: log stable; /fame barn 30 by 40;' good slock prop-cK^itlon. In tho Frog Ivake District. All clear title. I ' �. W. GIBB8 M4 Teator EdiMnton, Alta. FOR SALB^i-JfllS. Groy-Dorf . tourlijg car, used twd months, "In the pink" $900.00; 1917 Ford touring "As Is" .�5450.00, south.^ J. Harris & Co., 120 5th St. I 186-6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Canadian Pacific Railway Company Department of Natural Resources TENDER FOR REINFORQED CON-CRETE DIVERSION WORKS NEAR MAGRATH, ALBERTA FOR SALE-Ono 1917 Ford touring car In good condition. Call and see car at Harris & Uosslter's, 112 5th St. south. 184-0 Car at Snap Have 1917 model, four-ninety Chevrolet five-passeng'er touring car for sale. Reasonable. In good shape. A. Chaplin, 713 3rd Ave. 185-6 USED CAR SNAPS We have several a^od bargains in used Chevroleta and Fords.  Call and see them. 181-0 BAALIM MOTOR CO. 175-0 Please riDhFy SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 Sealed tenders addressed to tho undersigned and 'endorsed "Tenders, tor Magrath Diversion Works" will be received up to noon August 1st, 1918. Tho work to bo let comprises tho construction of a spillway, sluice gates and hcadgatos, and is located In the N. W. quarter of Section 23, Twp. 5, Rge. 22, West ot tho 4th Meridian, approximately 1 1-2 milOH directly south of Magrath station, in tho Leth-l^rldge Irrigation System. All construction material with ex-roptlon pf lumber for forms nnd 'water for concroto and for washing cpntreto materials will bo supplied by tli'e Company. AH labor and construction' plant wIlV be supplied by the Contractor, who also will do the hauling of all construction material. Tho Contractor shall supply lumber for forms and water as mentioned above. The structure contains approximately 1600 cubic yards ot reinforced con-cret6 and 97,000 lbs. of reinforcing steel. / '  Plans and sponincatlons will he furiilBhod on application to the undersigned or to the Superintendent of Irrigation, Ijothbrldge, Intending bidders are required to satisfy themselves as to all conditions nfToctlng the work by. a persona] inspection of tho site. A deposit ot 51)1.00 will be required before the plans, etc., will be given out, which will be refunded on their return In good condition, All proposals must be accompanied by a certified cheque payable to tho Canadian Pacific Railway Co. tor 5 per cent, ot tho amount of the tender, to be tortoltod as liquidated damages should the bidder neglect or refuse to enter Into a contract In tho event that the work Is awarded to him. Proposals must bo mudo on th� standard form provided. Alterations thereto, intorlineatlons or qitallficat' lonn ot price may invalidate the bid. Tho right la reserved to reject aar or all bids. A. S. DAWSOIf, Chief Enginetf; Calgary, Alberta, July 10th, 1018. Ad R I' m Buy your out of town supplies with j:'omlnlon Express Money Orders. Five Dollars costs three couta. 11 C093B ;