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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 2. THE LimiBKIIIGE DAILY JIKKAU) .iiiiy Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon. Acconchor. I ani.; 2-3; 7-8 l'-m. Offlco. 314 Third Ave. 6. Phono 1253. MUSIC DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-8; 7-8. BL DR. Stafford Wk. Residence, 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours H-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Office S'hone 319; Heatdence 1060. D8. C. C. Surgeon. Accoucher. Office. Alberta lllorK. liesidence. corner Glyn and Dom- lias. Hours, 1112; 2-4; 7-R.30. DR. throat. Dominion Building. Office hours 0.30 to )2: ?P appointment. Phone offlco .Ml, res Idence 593. BR. Siir- neon Brvaa blocs. Room 21. Office hours, 9-13; 7-10. Pnone G6S. OSTEOPATHY representing Church Sag-. Walker Mason Plummcr. Suites 216-21? Block 3rd Avc, and 7th elevator. VIAVI MADAM plan- iste and teacher o! pianoforte, theory, hnrmony ond voice produc- tion. Engagements occepU'd: '5 years' experlenco In operatic, dram- atic and vaudeville. Room Bryan Block. J. .W. and choirmaster a: St. church Elves lessons in voice culUvution, or tan ana planoforts nnd the- ory. Candidates prepared for musical examinations "10 Cth Ave. S. (Court- land SU____________ H. C. C. SALMON receives puplln In I all branchej of Pianoforte Plnylnc Theory. Candidates prepared for London, and Toronto r.x- amlnations. 414 Westminster Rd. 118th St.) P.O. Boi 133.__________ VIOLIN AND VIOLA David Scott is open to receive a lim- ited number of pupils. Thorough lultlqn iu classical lilies. Pupils pre- pared for examinations. Room L "I liegiu Block, next Beullcy's Store. Get Your Clothea Cleaned liy a firm who Kuaniutco ti do tho best work you ever douo. French or dry cleaning nnd repairing. LithbrlJgi Cleaner. 317 Hound St. Phone. 666. What's This? If you wish to buy lands or lots in 51a- cleod, and if you wish to turn, silver into gold, consult Chas. Gammon Murlcoti Alberta Take VIAVI-Lrtnbrldge Vl.vl Co., office. Suite S, Dominion Bids- Hours 10-12 Mrs. Annie Llngard, tt.rn.i4-1> p.nt. 123C. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS Day and night school. Alberta Blk. Phones: Office 1S15; residence I45S. P. 0. Bor 56C. George j. Schmidt, piinclpal. Employment Agency NURSING li- Nursing Mission dls- Obstetrical, medical and Office hours: Before 9 p m evening M- In chana. MO Bartlett gi Tel.. 1238. _________ trlct work: emergency. NURSING HOME- li-uder the management o; Mi.s Holt, s a vacancies 'or cpnvaleKent nd tsuternitr cases. 945 ith St. A. b. Phono 1C9-O MRS. M. E. van HAARLEM'S private "hospital and maternity home. ,04 Gth Avenue South. Phone 74C, Leih- hridse. _____ DENTAL jraduatn of Royal L'olleec of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental' certificate. Office. 5 ind 5 Bryan Block. Phone 10 a._________ PR O. J. Graclu- n'te of Northwestern University, Chi- C'go 111. Office hours: 3-li; Rooms H and 12 Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING Fire Hall. The most up to date funeral director indcr.iir.lmer in the city. Black and white hearses. Wo 'nave also tho elusive aseucy for the Somervllle JIaiblo and Uranlte Works, of Cal- gary. Office pbone 561; residence 1176. Open day and night. HARRIS 4 OLSON'S EMPLOYMENT can supply farmers' find contractors' help and give sat- 'isfactlon. Pbone 1413 if you need help of acy hind. Room 4, Begin Block. P. 6. lloi 616. ACCOUNTANTS W. D. accountant Auditing, liquidations, genera! ac countins. and advice thereon. Ac idia Blk., Letnbrldge, Alta, PbouAcadin Block, liodp.ilh St.. Letlibrldto. 168-O 10 OR fully m> house; hot ulr ho.ip FOR SALIO i rn eight i ing; also one house with hot water healing. Apply Bu.v 12. Herald. 177-O T It A new, for single horso or teiiin, rubber tires, etc., will seat two or four rcople. W. M.' Harris, Dominion lllock, City. 181-O 25-holW power threshln.t? engine, in good con- Illlon and .1. I. Case Separator, good repair, run 40 days. Size '10-02. Wrllo or call F. E. Mason Land Co., ford Block, Lotlibridee. IS2-O WANTED-fencher for Barons vll- luge school, 'male or female, holding first class certificate preferred. Du- ties to begin about August 15tli. Apply to C. W. Hanson, Sec.Trcas. 1S8-I1 with first class certificate for Diamond City Sciiool ISG'l. .Apply for partlc- Domestic sowing machine, complete with all usual equipment, In first class order. 3ivnor leaving city. J12 cnsh takes it. S14 30 days time lo respouslble party. Apply S24 7lh SI. South'. (Duff TOR Carload of youiig '.vork horses, 3 and 4 year olds, weight 1100 to 1300 Ibs. Apply Ed. McKen- .188-Ox zic, 012 (ith St. South. 1S3-0 FOR Overhaul automobile, 4 passenger car, with detachable seat. ulars to R. Laughloii, Secrelary 1'irst class condition. Reason: 1S9-3 able prlco to immediate purchaser. mond Alta. ROBERT SAGE Official Provincial Auditor for Lethfaridge Solicits Auditing and Office Work. 171-26 CLEAN WHITE RAGS WANTED 5 cents a pound for clean cotton rags at the Herald Office TEXPEUS Tenders are asked for Die erection and completion of a one-room school for the Hyssop P. School District No. 2447 of Alberta. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. For plans and'specif i cations apply at the offices of H. M. W. A. WHIDDINGTON, 188-3 Architects, Sherlock Bldg. TENDERS Tenders are invited for the kalso- mining, painting' and varnishing of LethbridgD Hisli School, also separate tender for a ventilating system for the 'same school. Separate tenders are wanted for the cement and .concrete work iu connection with the repairs of the high and Westminster Schools. Plans and specifications of the above work can ,be seen at the Cen- tral School betwen the hours of 8 a. m. to 6 p.m. or evenings at 297 Seventh Ave. A. South. A deposit of 5 per cent. to tc- company each tender. Tenders to be sealed and delivered to C, B. Bow- man, Secretary-Treasurer of S. B., Aca- dia Block. Tenders to be in not later than 6 p. m. Friday, July 28th, 1911. 1S6-6 modern cottage, 39 iiprniii nrficp x -10 eight rooms, furnace, hot wa- WANTED two experienced sales lad- .er'etc.'. in'good condition. On I20G les; apply at Store, COGjl'OH SALIv-Framo sliack, 14 feet by slxth "i've. S. Apply E. II. Rylands. j Fo.urth avenue C03 Bai'tleit SI. (12lli St. j WANTED one experienced grocery TO furnished well vcii-j salesman; must come well reoom- lilatcd rooms in fully modern I mended; apply at Store, }S and per month. Apply 1264, Fourth avenue South. 4th Ave. S., Phone 130G._______138-6 wAJifED liral-class pattern FOR RENT ly modern house, close iu; In use Iron Works. plione; rent 9th St., S. Coutts I WANTED servant, for general house 643 Eighth street South 22 feet, with kitchen S by 12 feet. On iot leased for one year with renewal option. Almost new. Box 41, Herald office. IST-G TO front furnished bedroom; close to -Majestic Theatre. Sixth street South. (Bui'dett BOARD AND ROOM ROOM AND per month. Cameron House, 312 Outbill St. 1S3-0 TENDERS Wanted contractor to up hay at the Mcliityre Ranch; will contract with a reliable party to put up from, 500 to 1200 tons of hay at per ton; haul not exceeding'haif Address John Kenney, .Magrath. LAND FOR SALE A WlihAM ANlJ RANCH have for ssle upwirdi of acrei oi Uuprovod farm landi, clone to prosperous tmvnsHes, from to 54fl per aure. Raw prairie from per aero. All on terms io suit wirehaser. Many ihousand 'acrea of G.P.R. landE -from 110 per A. payment! spread -Jvc1." tfii years at G per cent. We have o nodal offer to actual Eel- Write- for our deocriptlvo booK- let "Alberta Wheat Kanch Lands." Equity Trust Loan Co., Otmiangay, FOR plowing outfit consisting of Hart-Parr engine, C hot-- torn CockslwH gang plow, 5 ten ft. dlsCR, land packer, harrows, black- smith tools, shack anil cooking uten- sils, tejits, bedding, etc. Everything complete. Must sell on account of sickness. Will give anyone a bargain for cash. R. l-i. Damon, Stirling, Alta.. 1SO-5 FOR driving horse, rub- ber-tyred buggy and harness, nearly new; will sell together or Apply 534 Sixth street South.- LOST AND FOUND Taber, 1 yearling reversed K and B Alta. "6B-0 FOR finest five section tract, all No. 1 steam plojv propo.Bl- tion and en bloc. Best location In this district. Frank A. Maxwell, Leth- bridge. 139-0 filly, bay, branded on left shoulder; sorrel gelding, aged weight I000{ also light bay mare, bald face, weight 1050, branded V 5 on left hip. reward. Notify Carl C. Cook, Taber, or T. H. Chisholm, Lethbrldge. in May, a lady's fur, about half way between Burdett and 'Chin Coulee. Owner can havo same by applying to Postmaster, Web- ber, Alta. Sec. 32-5-11. JSO-H CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR HAY (application. Address P. 0. Box 68, SEALED TENDERS will be accept-Alsa.sk, Saekv __________181-11 ed by the undersigned up to and in-JFOR quarter Sec- chiding Monday, August 7th, for tion 16, Tp. 9, one-half mile from Leth- 200 tons Blue Joint, Timothy or No. I [bridge Collieries. One and a half LAND South Africa Veterans' scrip for sale entitl- ing the holder to full privileges In FOUND-On First Ave. a black pursa homesteading. Prices and terms on a allm of money ana ,.e. THE PRAIRIE AGENCIES, LIMITED to The Office Appliance Co. AGENTS FOR THE SALE Specialty Coy't. Filing De- vices and Typewriter! and Supplies- Ribbons for all Kinds of Duplicators and Kitchen Other Specialties. OR WRITE US. PROMPTNESS OUR P. O. BOX 629. Choice Farm for Sale There will be offered for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION Oil SATURDAY, JULY 29th At 2.30 P. M. at the Dallas Hotel, the .farm lying and situated within six miles of the city limits Northwest quarter of 28, township 8, range 20. Every i'oot of this land is under irrigation. The said farm is all w.eJi fenced. There is a lot of good hay that can be cut and saved this season. Owing fo ill health the proprietor wishes to dispose of the farm. TERMS OP One-fourth cash in day of sale, the balance in four equal annual payments, the first payment to fall due on February 1st, 19.12. For particulars, apply to J. A. Smith, auctioneer, 205 JJompas St. 'rairle May. Prices for each to bo iven separately. Hay to be bright, :lean first class feed, baled and de- ivered to city barn, or. storehouse as equired, final delivery" will be taken by December 31st, 1911. 'The contractor to furnish approved! bonds, or deposit an accepted cheque for 5 per cent, of the total money. Same to be forfeit to tho Citv of Leth- fail toi miles from Klpp. Apply 1232 Third Ave. South. R. Adam, 185-6 FOR acres finest wheat land, near Pincher running spring; per acre; bal- ance S years''-" per cent. Snap, Ap- Herald. 1SC-6 FARM FOR acres, -I miles from .Vanton, 316 acres cultivated, 200 sarily accepted. 1S9-2 tender not neces- O. B. WELLER, Purchasing Agent, City of Lethbridge. arranged 6 per cent, interest. Also mixed farming lands from an acre. 1S6-6 FOR NT. 1-2 Sec. 15-7-18. ceipt for J. M.. Baker. Owner can il same at llerah by paying for this ad. 189-O 120.00 2 colts, branded J R connected on right hips, bpth mares. One is dark roan, set. Second is a with white. blaze in face, and one white hind foot; had a'halter on when II. strayed. .1. Raber, Bow Island, Alta, 1S9-3 reward for the recovery oC fM.OO lost between ISth St'. North and 5th St. "South on the afternoon of July 2fi. Communicate at once to Box 11, Herald. 1SO-6 LOST One black mare, three years old, some white on feet, Brand F and lazy J on right thigh. Will give reward for return of animal. Jas. E. Raymond, Alta. 189-5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS This IE an exceptional y fino pieco j ,T buy tent about fo land, 2uO acrea broken, 8 miles il0 12 MuBt be cheap and from Stirling, J miles from proposed L condjtion. A-ppIy by or r Lethbridge-AVeyburn lino, acre. R. L. Damon, Stirling, SITUATIONS WANTED SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS publication of------------------------------------------------------- this advertisement will not be pafd [EXPERIENCED FIIIEMAN -.Wants ror i I position firing a threshing engine. Have handled engines some. No liooze after 6 to S24 7th St. S. fml lots In North Ward. Will- ling lo pay cash. Also state terms. lAcidreis P. P. nox 141. Letllbridgo. 185-li. Any'person who'is the sole head of a family, or any male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- one to break 100 fighter. 'F. D. Webster, C. or more in 10-22. of water 187-fi on place coal within two SITUATION toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The i by respectable Scotch woman aged 40, applicant must appear In person atlas housekeeper to widower or batch- elor where rlrl of 10 years could he kept. References. Box 9, Herald Of- Sl'fUAllON keoplng; must be able to live where Box Herald Of- fice. the Dominion Lauds Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or BiGter of ntending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader liny within nine milcn of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned "or occupied by him or >y his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per aero. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestend en- ,ry (Including the time required to >arn homestead patent) mid cultivate fifty acre extra. A homesteader who bai exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may tflhe a pur- chased homestead In certain districts. Price fS.OO per acre. reside six month in each three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect H bouse worth 1300.00 I W. Wl CORT Deputy .Minister of thcsjnterlo- Otlaua, Canada. LOTS FOR SALE FOR or two lots In Park- dale, Dlock 17. Write Box 100, Her- ald. "172-Ox LOTS KOR have 20 jots in different parts of the city for sale on monthly payments. W. M. Harris, 181-O Dominion Ulock, _CUy.____________ 'OH Lots 24 and 25, Block 3, Apply 6.17 Hound St.. Pliono 1065. 18C-6 WANTED-rMen to put up oil shares, all supplied. En- quire at Farm Security Co. 187-li 10 ACHE PLOT be first class land under ditch with full water rights. Price and terms must be right. Apply Box 666 c-o Herald. 188-Ox driving horse, (well broken) with harness nnd buggy. P. O. Box 1822, Medicine Hat. MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO farm and city properly. W. f. Lever, Room 2 Al- herta Block. 104-O FOR SALE OR House, rooms, strictly modern. 638 7tu Stl Duff Addition. Price each. Ad-jS.' Apply G. U. 1120 5th dress Owner, 312, 10th St. So. 136-6 vc' s' PROPERTY FOR SALE A SNAP FOR QUICK room fully modern house, }600 cash. Hal. month. Apply Box 8, Her- ald. COTTAGES FOR easy A North i also No. 12.12 Eighth avenue A South; six rooms each; take va.calk lofs as 1021 Furniture Co., 404 Thirteenth Korth, Lclhbridgi! 1000 ACHBS of threahlng to let at ey, close to station; good dress..Johnson Uros., Warner, Alta. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OOK oDJjSftuSity terms, NOB. 1802 to 1S04 Sixth avenue for good general store new store lo let "connected with union hall In the prosperous town ot HHIcrem. Sloro dimensions ft. with large basement. For full pnrtlc- I'lione ulars apply .Inliu Taylor, rccordiiiK- secretary Jllllcrest rallies, Alia. 182.11 ;