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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbrldge batly Herald, Friday, June Lots 1 ami 2, block 13, MacDuff St., for ?625 'each. I'erms. Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, block 20, for each. 106 feet frontage. Terms. Lots 1 and 2, block 21, for each. Terms. Lots 69. 70, 71, and 72, block 23 for each. Terms. Lots 7 to 14 inclusive, block 24, for Terms. Lots 1 and 2, block 21, for 5625 each. 61 feet frontage. Terms. Lots 51 and 52, block 124, for each. Terms Lots in block 91, facing north on Redpath St., each. Terms. Lots in acre lot 7, block S, North Ward, on water, for ?225 each, one-quarter cash, balance 3, C and 9 months. 2' lots on Cutbill St., just south of Courtland St., for each. Terms. 2 lots on Courtland St., just east of Bartlet St., for ?SOO each. Terras. A few good ten acre tracts left, just three miles from city, all ditches in for Irrigating. Small cash payment, balance over three years. Good 6-roomed house in Duff Addition for ?350 cash, balance easy. Good 7-roomed house in "Duff Addition for cash, balance same as rent. Plumbing all in ready for water and sewer. Good new S-roomed house In Duff Addition for cash, balance very easy. 7-roomed house on Rogers St., for cash, balance easy. Modern. Fully modern S-room cottage on Cutbill St., near Courtland St., for cash, balance easy. Good 7-room house on Cutbill St., ?1200 cash, balance easy. Fully modern 10-room house on Crabb St., on mo lots for only cash, balance ar- ranged to suit. These two lots alone are worth Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find lithe Best Lit tic Servant You Ever Had In Employ MON1SY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Dufferln street. Bryan WocK MONEY TO made ar- rangements to get capital direct from 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR 1-4 double box, cheap. inch Can ;Vare in POsUion .to Quote Farmers' Feed Stable, terms that will surprise you. Come wagoii and be seen at 141-6 and see us when you want money to BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY pav for that new house of yours. We will purchase the plant of make a specialty of city and farm The Western Stationery Coy., a going oans also fire and life insurance. Em- concern doing a business of per nre Land Co., Ott Block, Phone 441. month, printing, ruling, book-binding 141-0 and stationery. For terms and partk: "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. International Em- ployment Agency WANTED 50 men for railroad, ?2.50 per day. 100 men for railroad. Trans- portation. 40 teamsters, and per month. 4 cooks, ?90.00, per month. 4 waitresses, to per month. Eureka Theatre Entrance THE TURF The following are the the two and three year old stakes to be run on the second day of the Clares- holm.race mteting on July 13 and 14: The Maple Leaf stakes for two and foaled in Alberta, sweep-stakes of each with added, 4" 1-2'furlongs: j. W. McLaughlin, Higu- River, bf, ulars apply to G. W. Robinson, P. 0 [Box 3021. SITUATIONS VACANT girl wanted for dining room and kitchen work in a private house. Good wages. Apply 320 Glyn St. H4-6 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION and wife would like job as caretakers, no family, live on premises. Apply Box 24 lleraid. 142-G POSITION ago 26, wishes position as clerk in grocery store preferred. Over five years' experience In business. Best of references furnished, also young lady wishes position as clerk in store or ice creimi parlor. Experienced in both. Write to Box 12, Herald office. 144-6 FOR of laud 41 ft. front- TENDERS For Plumbing, Electric Wi'ring, Heating Ven- tilation and Mechan- ical Equipment. age Rd. on Princess avenue Westminster Apply L. Box 4CO P. 0. Leth- work, Airs. Furman, cor. Smith and Uompas St. FOR SALE Young man for office work. Apply in own handwriting, stating salary expected. Box 1929. Letli-bridge, Alta. 141-0 FOR A bargain: Eight lots including corner in Block 4, Alexander Addition for each. These are high and level and closer in- than Victoria Park lots which sold for each. Let us show you these. Can adian Real Estate Co., 6 and 7, Bryai Girl for ottlce work with experience on books, bridge. 141-6 FOR two storey, building used as hotel and hardware store with implement shed addition; also new Sealed separate tenders, addressed uardware and.implement 'stock. First- Recmits Wanted For the 25th Battery of Can- adian Field Artillery to attend camp in Calgary, June 14-26. The' battery have practices every evening at the City Market commencing at 7.30- o'clock. Horses Wanted Twenty teams for gun horses for the 25th Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery. Full particulars will be furnished upon application to Major Stewart. oddess of Morn, Red Eagle-Shannon- ide, three years. W. T. Eddy, Pincher Creek, sf Bel- is, Tusculum-Swcet Marie, two years. Stewart Ranch, Claresholm, bf Irish .55, Leon-Trilby, three years. "H.W. Esham, Lundbreck, sf TheUna 'usculum-Orphan, three years. A. E. Hunter, 'Claresholm. bf Spring Joulee Maid. Leon-Marchioness, three MARGIN OF TWO POINTS. That Was All the Victorious Pennsyl vania Team Had Over Yale. Philadelphia, June Univer- sity of Pennsylvania won the intercol- legiate meet on Franklin field to-day by the narrow margin of two points, scoring points to Michigan, through the fine work of her sprinter, class opportunity for hustling business man looking for a location in a good new town. C. S. Noble, Nble, Alta. 141-6 preferred, for real estare and insur- ance oillce. Apply Box 22, Herald. 130-0 Mechanical j FOR owner, South African Scrip, immediate delivery. Apply to John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Worfcs, Edmonton registered ani'i indorsed 'onders (A) Plumbfng, (B) Electric Wiring (C) Ventilation and Equipment will be received up to VI o'clock noon j A. E. Dupon, Royal View. 98-0 June 30th, 1910. Plans and specifications may be I FOR SALE OR pure seen and forms of tender had at the bred Clyde stallion "JOCK Engineer's office, Department of Pub- NO. G5IJ4, four years old and of 1 tine lie Works, Edmonton, the branch offi- conformation; also one black-Wilkes ce of the Departmen of Public Works stallion, trotter, eight years old, re- Calgary and at the Construction Office corded number 5885; both horses well for plough- share and general farm blacksmitli- "Seo L. A.- Felger, care of Mason ins Laud Co. 33D-U lady book keener, neat and good appearance None other need apply. Good job to right party. Apply Ivilgrow Bros., Grassy Alta, Lake, 130-0 boy to sell Can- adian and American daily papers. Ap ply at once. Stand. Blk. P. 0. Box 19S9. 44-G FOR owner, corner lots 39 and 40 on Chinook avenue, Pitncdale, overlooking the.park. For quick sale and spot cash, Apply F W. Wad- dington Co., Lyceum Bldg .'142-6 FOR 413, 34 and 35, Block 35, with small brick building. Only 2 blocks from station. Price on easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 46-G Alexandra Hotel. Newp 112-0 FOR 12, 13 and 14, Block 37, lane at side and rear. Price 1-3 cash. The Alberta Securities, 'Ltd. 140-0 place points. of the Jail Building, Lethbridge. broke and easy to handle. Will trade Call! and wife for farm MACLEOD TEAM'S OFF DAY Our Macleod correspondent gives the iolloowing account of the Clarss- holm-Macleod match: In a poor exhibition or baseball Claresholm tonight defeated Macleod in a league game at Claresholm by the This was Macleod's R. C. Craig, took third from Princeton, scoring 20 Princeton made 17 points: Cornell 14; Harvard Syracuse 8; Amherst 6; Brown and 3 each; Columbia .2% and Wesleyan Bowdoin and New York University 1 each. The world's record in the 220 yard I dash, 21 1-5 seconds, held bj; Waters of Georgetown, was equalled by Craig of. Michigan, and the intercoleglue the best material in Letii- Any quantity jit Ward Apply at once. Box 64 City or in person 514 Norman St., pole vault record of 12 feet. 3 14 in- cres, held by Campbell of Yale, raised tox 12 feet inches, by Nel- son of Yale. The championships were not decid- ed until the final event, the 220 yard dash was run off. Before this sprint All tenders must be accompanied by j for anything or sell reasonable. an aeepied cheque payable at par at Jon or address Frank A. Maxwell, Leth-] Edmonton to the Minister of Public j bridge. Phone 777. 139-U Works, to the amount of five (5 p.c.) per cent, of the tender, as a guarantee that should a tender be accepted, the bidder is prepared to excute a con-1 Brick yard. A. Bonaniico, Box 2072, tract'within three days after accept-1 pa0ne 758, Lethbridge, Alta. 137-O ance. jf a tender-is st marked heque or guarantee bond of a Surety Company legally doing business in Al- berta to the amount of twenty (20 p.c.) per cent, of his tender will be required when the contract is executed. The cheques of the unsuccessful bid- ders shall be returned within six days after contract is executed. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of P.ubllc Works. Dated at Edmonton this 31st day of May, 1910. 145-15 work. Apply Box 37 Herald Office. 120-O or person to look after S roomed house and take care of one child 2 1-2 years old, as- FOR corner lots, on spin- track, splendid wholesale site. Build- ing on these lots rented for per mouth. Price for immediate sale, On terms. 146-6 LOST AND FOUND score of 17 to 5. off-day. Murphy pitched and was Yale's points or three more than knocked all over the lot, while Ar- dell for Claresholm pitched excellent ball. The wind was too strong for good play and the game was called at the end of the sixth. The Macleod team has been weak- ened considerably by the loss of Pit- cher Grayson, who is now with the. Lethbridge Miners, and Webb Morrow who thas left for Spokane. Another infielder by the name or Young is ex- pected to arrive from Spokane in time to play with Macleod against Stave-j0f the championship. FOR thousand bushels of choice fall seed wheat: Apply Herman Hotze, See. 4-15-2S., Warner P.O. 143-6 FOR new set of 5 ton weigh scales for sale cheap. Apply to W. J. Bell, room 5, Macdonald Blk., or Box 445, Lethbridge. 143-6 FOR Heintzman Piano, Louis XV. style. In use only a few weeks. Without doubt the fin- est instrument in Lethbridge. S03 London Road, corner Burdett or Tur pin Furniture Co. 143-6 Pennsylvania's, Craig of Michigan, Ramsdell and Minds of Pennsylvania, Robson of Wesleyan and Chick of Princeton toed the scratch for this ev- ent. Craig took the lead, and Rams- dell, who had defeated him in the 100 yards dash, could not catch him. Ham sdell took second place, and Minds third, giving Pennslyvania five points and topping Yale's score by two. The hurdling of Gardner of Harvard in the 2UO yard event helped to put Yale out ty at Macleod on July 3rd. LOOK Twenty acres, already sub-divided, con- sisting of one hundred and ninety-eight lots, situated just south and east of the Exhibition Grounds, for sale for a few days only at, Pei acre.' terms and further par- ticulars apply to owners. NIMMONS McCLOY Chesholm of Yale was looked upon NOTICE in the matter of Lethbridge Wool- len Mills Company, Limited, and in the voluntary winding up of the same. Any persons having claims against the Lethbridge Woollen Mills Com- pany, Limited, in liquidation, are re- quired to send in the same to the undersigned liquidator on or before the 20th day July, AD 1910, duly attested by statutory declaration and setting forth what security, if any, the said claimant holds for the pay- ment of his claim and the said liqui- dator will after the expiration of the said time distribute the assets of the said Lethbridge Woollen Mills Com- pany, Limited, in liquidation, accord- ing to law, and having reference to such claims only, as are filed with him on or before the said 20th day of July A D 1910. Dated at Lethbridge this 17th day FOR thriving business in the city of Lethbridge, doing per month. Good reasons for selling Apply Box 28, 143-6 FOR gentle steers, broken i desired, also 100 inqubator chicken and young pig and turkey. S..A. Snel Farm or Box 63, Lethbridge. Phone 10 Rural. Lethbridge. 141-G girl. Apply Mrs. as. 1010 Ford St. Telephone 032. 142-6 at New Dayton blacksmith shop, highest wages. James Reid, New Dayton, Alta: 143-6 Bartlett St., and N.W. on Westminster Rd., a light coat to a tailored suit. Trimmed with black velvet collar and black buttons. Find- er please return to 727 Bartlett St., and receive reward. 144-6 WANTED AT general servant. Apply at 420 Courtland St., or write to Mrs. A. B. Easton, Box 201, ;v. .143-C TAKEN have at my place one brown horse, no brand visible, about six years old, right hind'foot white, 'small white spot in forehead. .''.The owner can have him by paying for this advertisement and feed. Wm. once 2 waitresses. Ap- ply Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. 143-0 girl for light house- work to answer phone and door. Ap- ply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartlett St. 143-ox Hartley, Stirling, Alta. 141-6 sorrel mare, 6 years old, and colt. Weight 850 Ibs. Branded lazy B on right hip, O and FH on right shoulder. reward for return to own- er. John McTaggart. corner of Bail- ey and MacBeth streets, North Ward. 143-6 for general house work. Mrs. S. H. Simmons, cor. Ar- thur and McDuff. 145-0 143-0 LOST, ESTRAYED OR bay gelding horse, partly bald fore, j age between 7 and 9 years, rangj% branded J Bar on left thigh, had on halter and rope. 510.00 reward for re- turn to James 3. Stetson ,N. 1-2 29-8-16 or to Taber Livery Stable, Taber. 144-C FOR good team of general purpose horses weighing Ibs. 7 years old, well broke single or double, for sale cheap. Can be seen at stable of E. T. Broad, builder, cornor Bart- lett and Co.urtland St. 143-6 FOR first class buggy, in ;ood shape, rubber tired, stylish, only aeen used a few times. Apply Mrs. Geo. Rogers, cor. Ashmead and Ford as a likely winner in this event. Asmr May, A D 1910. 221a 8th Ave. East Gal gary usual, Yale excelled in the pole vault. Nelson gave a great exhibition of-pole vaulting. After winning the event at 1L' feet 4 3-S inches, he tried for a world's record at 12 feet 1 1-2 inches. He got over the bar, but in coming down his elbow hit the cross piece, much to the disgust of the per- sons thai looked on. Excepting the nole vault there were no notable per- formances in the field events; though Homer, of Michigan was only one nch short of the intercollegiate re- cord in winning the shot put. J. W. McNICOL, Liquidator for the Leth- bridge Woollen Mills Com- pany, Limited, in liquidation. J AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Mate your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. NOTICE Of Impoundment Impounded in the City Found, May 30, one sorrel mare, aged, foretop cut branded bar above horseshoe with bar underneath on left hip, narrow white i strip in face, cut on right hind leg; in foal. j .70S. GILLESPIE, 143-O Chief of Police. St. 145-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE good diningroom girl-. Apply St. New England Cafe, D.ufferin 145-6 girl to work in post office. Experience not necessary. Must be bright and willing to learn. Address stating age, qualifications and salary wanted. berta. "green pocketbook contain- ing and a handkerchief. Apply at Herald office. {45.5 small brown purse on Duf- ferln street, this Thursday morning. Finder please return to Herald office Post Master, Carmangay, Al- and receive reward. 146-6 I 145-1 GIRL a wholesale line of post cards, souvenirs, etc., and of- fice. For particulars apply room 3, Al- berta Block between 2 and 6, 7 and. S p.m. or P..0. Box 2091. 146-2 FOR room house, 2 blocks east of Wes'tminster.- Terras, cash, and balance suitable to purchaser by monthly payments or otherwise: You can't build this house for this. Phone us and our car will call for you and show you this. Phone 544. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. Suite 205 Sherlock Build- ing. -31-0 general blacksmith, good wages for right man. Steady job till fall. Herman Lippold, Spring Coulee, Alta. 146-6 CARPENTER hou- One of the feature events of shacks, churches, halls and stores Toronto races, the King Edward Gold i estimated on, and all kinds of repairs Cup, valued at witn alteration work carefully execuf- I ed- Orders with Mr. J. M. Brook's ed, tor three year olds and upwards. store at m Westminster Rd. or P. 0. over 1 1-4 miles, went to Chief Kee, Box 435. 145-26 FOR house on lot a block from Westminster and London Road. Basement dug ceady for house. Water in front. A high level lot. Some Uimber and building material go with it. Cheap for cash or will give terms. Apply 12 Southard Block. 142-0 owned by Albert E. Dyment, ex-M. P. The result was a great surprise, as Bouquet. Joseph Seagram's speed mar- vel, looked a winner on form. To the bumping Bouquet received soon arter the start the defeat is-.largely attributed. The Seagram mare went well for a mile, but she had not speed j eft when Chief Kee challenged in the ast sixteenth. The Lymont colt was much better than the public figured, You Cannot Beat Our Prices and Grades All kinds of Building Mater- ial in Fir, Pine, Cedar, Oak and Gum. Hardwood Flooring and Doors a specialty. Come once and -you will come again. rooms and board at the Y. W. u. T. U. residence will -be received now. Residence opens about May 1. Apply at the res- idence. 319 Bompas SL Phone 1035. RAN'CH FOR SAtE HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrarice avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int. S p.c Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. O. Box at Cosmo- politan Hotel. Baroness Road. 146-1 nurse Argyle avenue.' Apply 5 145-b MISCELLANEOUS WANTS owners to list taelr property with us. Apply to the Ira perial Development Co., Ltd., 1QX Sher lock Building. Corner of P.edpath and Glyn. D2-0 cow in calf, branded A. Owner can have same by paying ex- penses. Apply A. W. Smith, 445 Rail- vay avenue. 145-3 TO RENT FOR ami board for four. Apply Mrs. Murray, Norman St., near Westminster Rd. N. W. 141-6 TO rooms, large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. TO in' Acadia building. Apply on premises to the C. B. Bow- man agency. TO house to rent until aboirt 30th September. Apply Mrs. Player, SOS Courllaiul St. 141-G 1997. 143-ox and was admirably ridden Burns. by Guy Citizen's Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Road. Genl Of f ke Phone 334. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the estate of TJios. McHale, late of Sundial, in toe Prov- nce of Alberta, farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that all per- sons having any claim or demand against the late Thomas McHale, who died on or about the 24th day of No- vember, 1909, at Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, are required on or before the 30th uay of June, 1910, to send by post prepaid to the Trusts and Guarantee Co., jutd., at Calgary, administrator of the said estate, their names and addresses and full partic- ulars of their claims in writing, and a statement of their and the nature of the sccurlttes, if any, held by them.'Nand such statement shall be verified oy statutory declaration of the claimant or his agent, i After the said 30th oay ot June jl'JlO, the assets of the deceased wil be distributed among the persons en titled thereto, regard being had onl the claims of which notice shal then have been received. Dated at Calgary this 3rd day ol May, 1910. TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO., Ltd. A. G. Ross, Manager, Calgary. FOR 2000 acres deed- ed land and 960 acres with 21 year lease, best of location, unest of wa- ter, good buildings, and only 2, 1-2 miles from post office; per acre with cash payment of per acre and the balance in" 3 years. Louis N. Harbeke, P. 0. box 370. 125-0 FOR on three corner lots worth close in; snap at if taken at once. handles. Rent bringing 10 per cent, on invest- WANTED TO house and lot on small cash payment, not to exceed balance monthly payments up to Address B. A. H. P. 0. Box 1S97 92-O-j TO room, ?2 weekly. Apply 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 6 to S p.m. S21 Crabb St. South. 142-G and roomers. For terms apply to Mrs. S. M. Broks, 402 Westminster Road. 120-0 ment Apply 1222 Redpath. 145-6 FOR secures the best 4- roomed cottage now on the market. 937 Glyn Street South. Apply after G p.m. 146-6 L shirt waists made for one dollar; ladies' dresses 612 Courtland 141-6 LAND FOR SALE rom three to five; ladies' skirts two ifty; children's dresses one dollar fif- y; misses' dresses two dollars, at 910 LAND FOR SALE IN CARDSTON x run down and set where the government gets Its cat load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, improved fro 19 to flat wheat lands to J40. W. O. Lee A Co., Cardston. %-0 have several Inquir- ies for houses to rent v We make no charge: it will pay'owners to call up. Phone 544. Dowsley-McMillan Land Suit 205, Sherlock BuUdlng. 125-0 TO room to let, per month. 41S Coutts St. 143-6 FOR term of years, 320 A. irrigated form, miles from Leth- bridge, under fine state of cultivation, to one who will buy our stock, furni- ture anil iTiiiC-nitiery. Write enclosing stamp. S. A. Snell, Box 63, Lethbridge. or Phone 106 Rural, or call at farm. 143-O TO room lose in. 424 Smith St. WANTED TO Must be a bargain and in good condition. Apply P. O. Box 1997. 126-Ox TO good barn, capable of lolding four horses. Apply Brook, 402 Westminster R. Ford SL 145-2 WANTED Young man with good bus- iness training and five years' travelling experience, wants oponing in this district. Box 38, Keraid. 146-3 WE HAVE inquiries for houses to rent, and we make no charge, so let us have what you have to rent at once. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. Phone 544, site 205 Sher lock Building. 123-0 BEST BUY OF THE lion of good level land, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, 6'20 acres can be broken, house and small barn; There are 320 acres new breaking, an disced and ready for crop. This lies 7 1-2 miles from the thriving town or Barons. Price, per acre; cash down balance in three equal annual instalments. Apply Grant Moir, Barons, Alta, 109-0 have inquiries for good lots in the following blocks: 94, 95, 96. 122, 121 and 123. List with us if you have any lots or houses for quick sale. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co., Phone 544, Suite 205 Sher lock Bldg. 124-0 BUILD TO SUTT owning centrally located property on Westminster Road south will build stores to suit tenant. Address ROT S? 1 Herald. 141-6 FOR shack and lot on Cutbill Street, Block 22, Lot 52, Number 941 Duff Ad- dition, for reasonable price. Inquire at 941 Cutbill. 144-6 A not worry about dry weather. Buy a mostly irrigated. farm that can be One and one-quar- Lady wants a home for little boy of ii'and bedroom, no boan for herself. Westminster Rd. distric preferred. Apply F. H., Box 567. 143- TNVESTMENT of ex perience and capability wishes to in ter miles from Chin townsite 3. 1-2 5- vest as partner in good millinery bus 10-18; water now on land. See me on See. 8-10-18 or address Robert G. Cas- sidy, Coaldale, Alta. 144-6 land- in ;l-4, 1-2 and section tracts near Wilson and only 12 miles from Lethbridge. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 146-6 FOR land near Leth- bridge and Coaldale in tracts of 10 acres and up. The Alberta Securities Ltd. US 6 iness in Lethbridge. Herald Office. Appiy to rent, 144-6 S. M. 144-O TO roomed cottage, with water, Redpath St., 3 blocks from pest office, per month. Apply J. W. Kean, Kean Block. 144-6 TO furnished house, 617 MacDuff St, end of Crabb St 144-2 TO furnished roomfor two gentlem. all modernjcon- veniences and centrally located. 7 to 622 Cutbill St. 40-Ox TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-0 BOX OS 145-2 or 3 unfurnished rooms to rent by young married cou- ple. No children. Reply, stating terms location etc. to A. Lingard, Warner, Alta. S. and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given. P. 0. Gen. Del. 93S Burdett St. 146-32 St. TO furnished room in modern honse. Apply 1210 Courtland St. 146-6 HEALTH BEFORE ALL Health is within your reach. I can you in possession of the most price- less gift nature can bestow, a physical condition which will enable you to enjoy and get the most out of life. I can cure under guarantee all sxich com- plaints as indigestion, constipation, nervous debility, emaciation, obesity round shoulders, lung weakness, weak hearts, etc. G. S. Matthews, Health Specialist, Box 2056 or 1313 Courtland 142-8 ;