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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE , DAILY HERALf> THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 FARM LANDS FOR SALE �SSr RANCHES FOR SALE |�,0OO ACRES, COMMODIOUS HOUSE barns, corrals. mach-nery, horses and cattlo. This Is a fine ran'-h and can bo socursd with or without �lock. 0,000 ACRES GRAZING LAND FOrV lmnicdiato salo, under ten. years' Closed lease, buffalo crass, abundance of water, open graang twelve months in tho year. 00 ACRES DEEDED LAND WITH open range and river frontage. $11 tn anrn. -  Money to loan on improved farms. For price and details, apply to W. F. NELSON A COMPANY, 416 Fifth Street South. Y . � 187-r, TENDERS WANTED Tho secretary of tho Milk River Consolidated School District No. 2S. will rcceivo tenders from responsible contractors for the erection of a four room brick school houso in Milk River, Alberta. Tho plans and working specifications may be seen at the residence of too chairman, Mr. I. Mantle, in Milk Blver, after; July 36th. All tende/*,mu*t be accompanied by m certified. .check lor 5% of the mount of the tender as a guarantee of good, iflitb.. Tho. board of trustees reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.". : '. All tender* muft be in the post office In Milk Hirer not later than Aug-ut lets,-1817. ' C,C. STOVER, W Secretary. SNAP FOR STOCKMEN LOST AND FOUND When Replying Mention Th� Htfkie. LOST-Black coat, at ball park, Saturday night. Finder please return to Herald Off fee._18S-8 LOST-Locket, between Brewery and Post Office, made from soldiers' button. Return to Mrs. Thos. Bornler, House 8, 2nd Ave. S. 1S-0-2 POUND-W. R. Hardy fonndj hand bag containing papers and pair of spectacles. Owner may have same by applying Provincial Police and �iU_acL_____---- 1S9JT� LOST-$5.00 reward for the return of one brown mare with halter on and branded t F over bar on left shoulder, to Ed. Shermap, 741 15th St. North. Lethbrldge. Classified Ads. MUST BE PAID Ads fob this Paoi Must bb in Office hx 10.45 a.M.. to Arr rah sa'mb hat. IN ADVANCE Bfie. Aw iNHEnriON ron 25 WORDS Oil I/ess-6 TIMES fob ] THE PRICK OF four. VIAVI-A HOME REMEDY FOR women's and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request. Mrs. O. ThomaB room No. 9, Dominion Block, Loth bridge, phono 1BS2. tfl-0 SITUATIONS VACANT . WANTED-Girl for Jce> cream parlor. 1^?Z._ i Apply Palace Ico^roam_Pn^or._153-_^0 LOST-$20.00 reward for locating one , WANTED-Good muse girl, one who can assist with houso work. Apply 612 liUli St. S.__________y31~~ WANTED-Competent general servant. Apply 727 Otli St. Phone 17SS. 1SS-G WE HAVE -A' QUARTER-SECTION close to Biding with over 20,000 acres of free range, plenty of water scattered throughout tributary to this land, lake ou this quarter. Will ell for $10 per acre cash.. DOW3LEY LAND AGENCY, loxt Merchants Bank, 5th St. S. 131-0 white horse, weight 1500 lbs., one black raaro', whito strip on forehivid. weight 1450-Ibsv, both branded| on loft shoulder.. J..C. Has Chin, Alberta. . ._1ST-1�|_ _ ____ LOST-On main trail between Mac-1 \\'ANTKD-^Comp'etont girl, no wush-lood and Taber! Thursday. July 12, nn ing, good wages. Apply Box 6,J-lor- Advance Rumely Thresher Company ' aid. _______" black stationery 'case, containing pap-; \v7\NTETT^"lI>Tpe1rleiTced general sor-er3 and literature. Finder please re-; Vant, Apply to Mrs. John Homo, 1307 turn by express,'to Advance Rumely i 4ta \vt, south. 189-6 Thresher Co., Calgary, and receive re-! -- - and girl lot ward. ISO-7i ,mK, ...i. _.------------------------ ._...... general housework. ApplJ ''-^.i''1" LOST-On Sunday evening. July 22,.-gt s 177-0 two English Setter dogs with collars --aT-o7fce for and Commerce 1917 tags attached, one � 1 M > , ! ' Lllli Bros and black and white, one lemon and white. I T* '"^^ -in's.h St S 187-0 Last seen 5 miles north of Coalhurst. j U^n. Ltd., o-IQ fctlLb^---� One gray and one roan horse weighing'; COAL MINERS WANTED-Steady 1100 lbs., halters on. samo bi and. ; work, good mining conditions. Feder-$25.00 reward for'information leading al Coals Limited, operating the Grace to recovery. Victor Dionne, P. O. Mine. 175-0 ^nLC"T; ,_I WANTED^oodT- capable Ford auto LOST-Ten dollars reward for infor-1 (lriver for nvery business. Applv Jas. mation leading to recovery of a four ' AV Boulton, Phono 1206',' 523 6th St. year old horse, brown color, branded south 191__2 X over 3 on right thigh, three feet ,,-,..,',-==;--. -..I r~feT7V white and a narrow white stripe on ED~A ,woma" or',? r , v, face, and with halter without rope. 7 h. housework on farm. Close in. No Mike La,arenko,,\o. 20 2nd Ave., liar- children. Apply P. O. Box 904, or dleville, Alta., No. 6 Mine. 1S7-0 FOR SALE-Piano cased organ In, mahogany by Karn. Good as now. $75 for quick salo. Also piano for rent to careful party. Willis Pianos, Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. 188-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR BALE-320 acres first land, township eleven, rnngo. twenty-one, $S4iO0 por aero, ?1.00 per acre cash, balance % crop payments, 7%. N. B. Pent & Co., 10 Mncdonald Blk. 11)1-1.2 QUNSMITHS A LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun' work done by si gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired.-bicycles, typewriters, phonographs,'>hy lifht machinery repaired, Uwjbv aiawers sharpened. D. K. .McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phon^lOJJl 411 lb Ave, 8. '','&: '"j;-''.'. FOR SALE-Good dairy farm, buildings, pasture, shelter, unlimited water supply, 2Mi miles from post office. Will sell ciienpi cash or terms. Apply N. B, Peat & Co., 10 Macdonald Blk. 191-12 FOR SALE-Mason & Risch piano, polished Burl Walnut case, good tono, slightly used. Was J600.00. Now ?325.00 Terms to' suit. Mason & Rtsch, Ltd., Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge. 191-1 phone R405. 186-0 TO RENT When Replying' Mention The Heralfl. i WANTED-Competent woman or girl j for general housework. Mrs. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm, phone 385. 180-0 TO RENT-Furnished house. W. A. Leavitt. phone 517. TENDERS WANTED Tenders will be received up to and Including August 5th, for plowing on the Coutts, Cardston and Stirling subdivision. For full particulars call at Superintendent's Office, C.P.R. depot. 191-4 REWARD FOR STRAY HORSES $5 per head Will be paid for delivery our riders of all horses branded on left thijjh. _ Horses with (hat) and any additional mark or brand not wanted. Anyone harboring or using horses with the (hat) brand on thigh will be prosecuted. Please Notify T. J. SIMONS HuAion'a Bay Company Wad Calgary and Edmonton La&4 Co. ' ' FOR (ALU The H. Macbeth ...Agency FOR SALE-Five passenger Chal- Phone or write ! Tr9 T�ur!nS Car at a barealn'1 "'jo" Motor ParlorsJ_ 183-0 raS^SALE-Ford roadster in good condition, for $325. Ford touring car, cheap One Chevrolet touring car in good condition, $500. Baalim Motor Co., rear Union Bank. 186-0 IMPOUNDED - In Purple Springs pound, one cow and calf, red, branded on left hip. Poundkeepei', Purple Springs, Alberta. 191 TENDERS FOR THE ENG NEERING SHOP AT THE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ARTS, CALGARY, ALBERTA PROFESSIONAL CARDS VJAVI MEDICAL OUNSMITria PICTURE FRAMING.- ARTISTIC PICTURE F RAM 1*4- Moved from tbe aouth to the -west sido of the Hull Block. W�- carry tho most up-to-date stock of mouldings and pictures In the province. Orders promptly delivered. Masquerade costumes, wigs and masks. Doll Hospital. Alberta Picture Gallery. OR. W. a .QALBRAITH-Phyilolee Burgeon, Aceoucher. Hours I-li 7-ft p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. Night and house phone 1360._ OR8. CONNOR, McNALLY A JAMIE. ON-Office, 109 Bhwlock Block, Telephones: Office 819; Residence 10. Office hours: 21 to 1* a.m.; 1.30 to H.30; 7 *o 8 p.m._� ~~ DEVEBEH, CAMF-BELL, ROY OR8. 4 CRAQQ. - Office Royal' Bali, Bujlding. Office hour*: 1 to Si ,afternoons: 7 to 8 evening*. Pbone EOS. Residence phones: Dr. Carcp- bell 13&3; l)t. Roy My; Or. Cragg , 1203. ,P'VrAY.LOR--.Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; 11$ Shsrlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-*; evenings by appointment. PhoneHt f.*M(be S41; Residence 593. PIANO TUN1NQ G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER - Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 80 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn.. London. England. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 116* 1253 Cth Ave. A. 8outh. CARPET CLEANING Electrfo Vacuum cleaning, carpets, upnolstery, walls, mattresses, hangings, etc., cleaned in your own home. Will Hayter, 1101 11th St., S.. Phone 1830. . , __ DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, gTftdut'. > of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and bolder of a Domlulon Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 6 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist (successor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist)-Graduate University of Maryland. Rooms S and &, Macdonald Block. Phone 1166. Lethbrldge, Alta. DRS. MARRS and MARRS-Oentlsta. Successor!; to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure. Hours a to 5. Office. Hlf> inbotham Block. Phone 374. VULCANIZING. THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works undertake all tiro repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight .paid pne way on out of, town orders.. E. .Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd'Ave. S, 3 , idoorsleRBt oi RoyaJ Bank. 138-0 OR. E G. SIMMOND8- Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London). L.D.S- 1100. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. Office: S. Hlgitibotham Block. Phone 1618- DR. t. W. FOX, dentlet, Graduate' North Western Dental University, Chicago. Oflico phone 785; residence phone ,752. Offices Uulon Bank Building. ; 158-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES SlTl"L^rfNG 8UPPL1E3 - Cement, lime, - plaster, roofing, - plate - an i window glass, automobile windshields. The Western Supply & Equipment Co., Ltd.. 4th Street South. Phone 1044. Bos 293. 108-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-Specialists In French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. Immediate attention is given to country orders. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. OUR CITY DYE WORK8; 408 SEC- ond Ave. Dying, cleaning and pressing. A. Goldstein, Prop. Tel. 44*. 161-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Office opposite Court Houso. Motor and horse drawn hearses. - Phone -561. ' Residence 284 "Hn Ave. S.. Phono 1171 Open day and nl lit. MacKAY A MacKAY-Funeral Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence, 803 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1803. Always open: neve; closec. WANTED TWO AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. MARRIED MEN PREFERRED. BOX 19, HERALD 1G0-O MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A good delivery horse, about 1200 lbs. Apply Schweitzer's Bakery. 177-0 WANTED-Painting by day or job. Estimates given. Town or country. Clark and Castillo, 111 15th St. north, Lethbrldge. 188-6 FARM LANDS Organized as wo are, with offices at different points, we are In a position to otter you tho best buys available, 640 ACRES. 30 miles north ot Calgary. Good mixed fanning district, 150 acres under cultivation. SmuU set ot buildinen. ebuadanac oi spring water. 124.25 per acre. Kusy terms. 600 ACRES, 8 miles from Morloy. , Log buildings, abundance', of grass and spring water. Price .-18.00 per acre. EaBy terms. 320 ACRES. Castor district. Stock ' proposition. Plenty of glass and water. $8.50 per acre. LISTINGS WANTED 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 547. 178-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Experienced and competent stenographer can give afternoons supplying during holiday season. Apply Ba�;.3b, Herald. _ 189-Ox WANTED TO GO OVERSEAS AT ONCE-Skilled men are urgently wanted for the Canadian Engineers and Divisional Signal Company. Mechanics, steam engineers, electricians, operators, linemen, construction men, bridgemen, auto drivers, miners and teamsters. A chance to go overseas at once in your own line of work. If you join today you can start tomorrow. Transportation forwarded to out of town recruits on receipt of medical certificate. Apply recruiting ofiico, 27 Victoria Mansions, Lethbrldge. 152-Ox WANTED TO PURCHASE-5 or 6 room house, south Bide. State location and lowest price in first letter to Box 48, Herald. 191-0 WANTED-To buy automobile, weekly or monthly payments. State make of car, price and terms in first letter. Box 37, Herald. 190-3 WANTED-Ladles' combings made into switches. $1.00 to $3.00, according to size. All waste returned, see work before paying. Expert work guaranteed. Viola Ferris, Claresholm. 186-12 SITUATION WANTED-Man and wife want work for a year on a farm, or Idokirfg "after stock: Nick Kitcul, No. 5, Hardieville, Alta, 191-1 GENERAL ELECTION IS NARROWLY AVERTED London, July 23.-A threatened general election was again averted when the house of commons tonight by a 3 to 1 vote defeated the Wardlo amendment to tho corn production bill, which the ministers had an- WANTEP-Young, man ot twenty wishes nosltlon in offices, any capacity; Oi^ioe experience as bank clerk and High School education. Apply Box 9, Herald. - 188-6 | nounced their intention to treat as a -------' vote of confidence. This was the most critical amendment to the bill, and the government victory is regarded as insuring the safe passage of tho measure, despite the fact that it is heartily disliked by a large section of parliamentarians and public. WANTED-Buy or sell .your furniture at City Second Hand store. We carry a full line of now and second hand furniture, brass bed.-,, coil springs, mattresses and dining room suites a specialty. 400 5th St. S. Phone 1428. 186-C WANTED-To lease for term of yeara from one to two sections of farm land. Must bo improved and have buildings and water. Prefor some machinery and homes. Sevoral years experience farming in Southern Alberta. Box 41, Herald. 188-C Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders for tho Construction of Engineering Shop at tho Institute of Technology and Arts, Calgary," which tender shall include the steam heating, will be received up to 12 o'clock noon August Sth, 1917. Full particulars may be had at tho office of the provincial architect. Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, or at the office of the Department of Public Works, Calgary. An accepted cheque mado payable to the Minister of Public Works for tho sum of ten dollars ($10.00) will bo required from each contractor taking out plans and specifications for this work as a guarantee that they will put in a bona fide tender and return plans and specifications. Each- tender must be accompanied ty an accented cheque payable at par, Edmonton, to tho Minister of Public Works to the amount of five (5%) percent, of the tender. Should tho contract be awarded tho successful bidder shall be. required to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety company to tho amount of twenty (20%) percent, of the tender, as a guuranteo of tho faithful till-filmont of his contract. Tho cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned within six days after the contract is awarded. The" right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any defect. L. C. CHARLESWORTH, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this 17th day of July, 1917. Unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be paid for. Ad. L. SECOND HAND 5TORE NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 646 Thirteenth St. N. Furni ture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, Prop. Telephone 1155. 166-0 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mre. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Haternlty Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 7i7-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work don* promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, "11 4th Avnn'in South. HATWORK8 ' HAT8 CLEANED AND BLOCKED- Try us, we know how. Boston Hat Works and Shoe Shine Parlor, Mel-las Bros. Props., nest Empress Theatre. 102- LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. B. Tbe only white cooks in town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. AddUon afd Butts. Prop!, Telefihoae 1827, ^ V'JWH) Cl^TNG"AND FORGING, WELDED and reinforced. We are equipped to bandle light and heavy welding Jobs. 1266 Second Ave. B. (near Ellison mills) R. Boiaert, P. O. Box 389, Lethbrldge. 161-0 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - The modem method of uniting metals by heating without hammering ot compression. If it'a metal we can weld It. The piece will be strongest where it Is welded. W. N, Kuth, 311 sth Street South, next to Herald. DAIRY. PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM All our milk is pasteurised and clarified. Absolutely pure and safe. All bottles and utenslle sterilised. CRYSTAL BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER Buttermilk delivered from milk war ons daily CARLYLE'S ICE CREAM pure and wholesome sold at all the ice Cream Parlors Phone ua 1578. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED IRY A HERALD WANT AD ;