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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfce LettbrMgs bally HeraU. Monday, .Time Lots 1 and 2, block 13, MacDuff St., for f 625 Terms. '-'Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, block 20, for each. 106 feet frontage. Terms. jfrtts 1 and 2, block 21, for f 625 each. Terms. L'ots 69, 70, 71, and 72, block 23 for each. Terms. Lots 7 to 14 inclusive, block 24, for each. Lots 1 and 2, block 21, for 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 ?225 each, one-quarter cash, balance '3, 6 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 JSOO each. Terms. 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 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 8-room'ed 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 Courtlaud St., for cash, balance easy. Good 7-room house on Cutbill St., cash, balance easy. Fully modern 10-room house on Crabb St., ou two lots for only cash, balance ar- ranged to suit. These two lots alone are worth "LETHBRIDGE INVES MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. International Em- plo3rmcnt Agency WANTED 50 men for railroad, ?2.50 per day. 100 railroad. Trans- portation.' 40 teamsters, and 540.00 per month.- 4 cooks, ?125.00 per month. 4 waitresses, ?30.00 to .per. month. Eureka Theatre Entrance Recruits 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. 1 Horses Wanted Twenty teams for gun horses for the Battery of; the Canadian Field Artillery. particulars will be furnished upon application to Major Stewart. CANADIAN Sailings from Montreal and Quebec Lake Champlain on ........June 9th Empress of Ireland ...June 17th Lake Manitoba on ..........June 23rd {run as a candidate in Gleichen. He Empress of Britain ou ......July 1st did'UOI know of any the Conserva- CONSERVATIVES MAY NOT OPPOSE RILEY Calgary, June W. L. Walsh, K. C., one of the strongest Conservatives in the when seen by the Herald this morning said that he was out of politics for good and that there was not any chance that be would Lake Chaniplfiin. on........July 7th Empress of Ireland on .....July loth Lake Manitoba___.........July 21st Empress of Britain on .....July 29th The Empresses will call at Halifax the day following departure from St. John. The Empresses will sail from Quebec at 3.30 p.m. after the arrival UL of special steamship express which leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a.m. on vatlve association, was not tives who would contest the election of E. H. Riley in that riding and seem- ed to feel that he would be returned to the provincial house by acclama- tion. Qr. Ings, president of the leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a.m. on date of sailing. Passengers embark after 9.00 on day of sailing. All other steamers direct from Montreal at day- break. Passengers embark after eight o'- clock the previous evening. Fnr tickets .ITU! all information, ap- ply at C. P. R. passenger depot, or address S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, C. P. R. The Edmonton Independent Liberal Association has .endorsed Premier Sifton. This association was formed after the exposure of the Waterways deal. WANTED Young man with good bus- iness training and five years' travelling experience, wants opening.in this district. Box 33, Herald. 146-3 about Mr. Riley being allowed to carry Gleichen riding by acclama- tion.. He thought it possible that there might be a Conservative can- didate entered to oppose him. r Tone thousand men will be required to teke the Canadian census of n.2xt year. R. L. Heathcote, paying "teller of the Bank of Commerce at ,Creston, B. C., been transferred to Fernie. Kis position at Creston has heen filled 'by T._ S, formerly of the Bank of Commerce at Cranbrook. ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager. Plumbing and heating, gas.fitting heating; jobbing promptly attended to. .Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co. .Phone 365. STORE TO RENT Party owning centrally locat- ed property on Westminster Road so.uth of track will build ;store to suit 'tenant. Ap- ply Box 33, Herald Office. 147-7 J. M. Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. Office 2-5 W. EMERY Painting, Paperhanging, Kal- somining, Glazing, Etc. If you want a job at a reasonable price, give me a trial. All: orders receivy prompt attention. Post office Lethbridge. JAIL BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "TENDERS y WANTED Young. lady as book-keeper. The British Colonial phc- ..tographic Co. Sherlock Building 147-3 For Plumbing, Electric Wiring, Heating Ven- tilation and Mechan- ical Equipment. Sealed separate tenders, addressed to John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public- Works, -.Edmonton registered indorsed Bonders (A) Plumbmg, (B) Electric -Wiring (C) Ventilation and Mechanical Equipment will be received up to 12 o'clock noon June 30th, 1910. TENDERS are invited for the con- Plans and specifications may be struction of a brick and concrete vault seen, and forms of tender had at the at the City Offices for the City of -------Lethbridge. Plans and specifications may be 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 MUSKKAT AND COYOTE SKENTS WANTED All hides should show In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. brands. Make your shipments promptly. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ LOST AND FOUND 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 sorrel mare, 6 years old, and colt. Weight 850 Ibs. Branded lazy B on right hip, 0 ami FH on right shoulder. reward for return to own- er. John McTaggart, corner of Bail ey and MacBeth streets, North Ward. 143-6 LOST, ESTRAYBD OR bay gelding bald fore, age between 7 and 9 years, rangy, branded J Bar on left thigh, had on hulter and rope. reward for re- turn to James S. Stetson ,N. 1-2 29-S-16 or to Taber Livery 144-6 green pocketbook contain- ing 51 and a handkerchief. Apply at 145-G LOTS FOR SALE FOR bargain: Eight lots including corner in Block 4, Alex- ander 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, Bryan Bik. Phoiie 1011. p. 0. Box 1989. 44-C FOR owner, corner lots 39 and 40 on Chinook avenue, overlooking the park. For quick sulo and spot cash, Apply F W. Wad- diugton Co., Lyceum Bids FOR 33, 34.-and 35, Block small brick building. Only 2 blocks froin station. Price ou easy terms. The Alberta Securities. Ltd; 4C.C FOR 12, 13 and 14, Block 37, lane .at side and rear. 1-3 cash. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 146-6 FOR corner lots, on spur track, .splendid wholesale site. Build- ing.on these lots rented for per month. Price for'immediate sale. On terms. 146-6 FOR forget that Grand View lots are going fast, and if you want a nice residential lot overlooking the whole city of Lethbridge must get in the game and get your feet wet, or the business men will get them all! All lots are 'sold by Johnson Huff Land Co., 323 Hound St. 48-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply: the Southern "Alberta'Loan and Investmtct Co., 416 Dufferin street Bryan WocK' MONEY TO made ar- rangements to'get capital direct from England, we are in position to quote terms that will surprise you. Come and see us -when you want money to pay for that new house of yours. We make a specialty of city and farm loans, also fire and life insurance. Em- pire Land Co., Ott Block, Phone 441. 141-6 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words _; 6 insertions V ,Please Pay in Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR shacks, about 3 minutes waul from Round St. Apply P. 0. Box 1SS7. 147-0 FOR room on Burdett St. soutln on 2 lots, good barn, chicken house, etc., small house-on rear of lot which is rented for per month for cash, mort- gage Balance to suit purchas- er. Apply The MacBeth Agency, Sher- lock Bldg. 147-C FOR and harness repair business for sale in a good mining town in Southern Alberta. No opposition. Best prices for work. Good reasons for selling. Pull particulars from Box 2. Herald Office. 147.0 FOR owner, South African Scrip, immediate delivery. Apply A. E.Dupon, Royal View. DS-U FOR SALE OR pure bred Clyde stallion v'jpcic No. 6564, four, years old and of tine conformation j4 also one black Wilkes stallion, 'trotter; eight years old; re- corded: number 5SS5; both horses well broke and easy to trade for anything or --sell reasonable. Call on or address Frank A. Maxwell, Leth- bridge. Phone 777. 13'J-O the best material in'Leth- bridge. Any quantity at North Ward Brick Yard. A. .Bonamico, Box 2072, Phone 758, Lethbridge, Alta.' 137-O SITUATIONS VACANT young girl to assist in housework. One who can go home nights. Apply Mrs. Smith, 922 .Ford St. 147-2 cook to work on ranch. Man and wife with no child- ren will do. Apply Box 72, Magrath. 147-2 violinist. Apply Ma- dam Norman, 622 Crabb St. 147-6 girl wanted for dining room and kitchen work in.a private 1 Good wages. Apply 320 Glyji house. St. 144-C for ollice "work with experience on books, stenographer preferred, for1 real esta'e and insur- ance oilice. Appty Box 22, Herald. for plough- share and general farm blacksmith- ing. See L. A. Felger, care or Mason Laud Co. MXM-n boy to sell Can- adian and American daily papers. .Ap- ply at once. Alexandra Hotel. Newr Stand. 112-0 Man aud wife for work. Apply Box 37 Herald Office. farm FOR thousand .'bushels of choice fall seed wheat. Apply Herman Hotze, Sec. 4-15-2S., Warner P.O. 143-6 ;it New Dayton blacksmith shop, highest wages. James Reid, New Dayton, Alta. 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-G FOR Heintzmair Piano, Louis -XV. style. In use only a few weeks. Without doubt the fin- est instrument in Lethbridge. 803 London Road, or Tur- pln Furaiyire Co. 143-6 FOR thriving business in city of Letlibridge, doing per month. Good reasons for selling. Apply Box 28, Herald Of fine. 143-6 FOR gentle steers, broken if desired, also 100 incubator chickens and young pig and turkey. S. A. Snell Farm or Box 63, Lethbridge. Phone-106 Rural. 143-O FOR good team of general 'purpose horses weighing Ibs. 7 years old, well broke single or for-sale cheap. Can be seen at stable of E. T. Broad, builder, corner Bart- lett and Co.urtland St. WANTED AT general servant. _Apply at 420 Courtlaud St., or write to Mrs. A. E. Easton, Box tJ'-: 143-C EXPERIENCED To nurse maternity cases. Mrs C Mac- Fadyen, No. C, Argyle Ave. H7-12 POSITION WANTED-Man desires permanent position who has had a wide experience in office work of var- ious kinds. Ten years' experience as salesman in general business, Good correspondent. Box 30, Herald Office. 147-C SITUATION and wife would like job as caretakers, no family, live on premises. Apply Box 24 Herald. 142-G POSITION man, age 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 cream parlor. Experienced in both Write to Box 12, Herald office. 144-C young fellow wir.li little- orno experience, position on ranch Apply Box 14, Herald Office. 147-G by young married woman to work by day and sleep at homo at. night. Apply to Box 25, Her- ald. 148-ff -WORK WANTED-Farm. hand, man inexperienced desires work near L-tu, bridge preferred. Salary for first year nominal. Rogers. Box 345, Leth- bridge. LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR- SALE IN CARDSTON a run down and see where the government gets' its car load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, improved fro to 51 G- flat wheat lands to Co., Cards ton. W. 0. Lee 96-0 once 2 waitresses. Ap- ply Lethbridge Hotel. 143-d' girl for light work to'answer phone and door. Ap- ply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartlett St. BEST BUY OF THE tion of good level land, loam with :clay loam subsoil, G20 acres can be 'broken, house and 'small arB.'a.-0. acres new al! disced and ready for crop: 7 1-2 miles from the thriving town or Barcns. Price, per acre; cash down balance In three equal- for general house work. Mrs: S. H. Simmons, cor. Ar- thur" and McDuff. ;._ -145-0 good diriingroom girl. Apply New England Cafe, D.ufferin St. 145-G Moir, Barons, Alta. Apply- 'Grant lOD-U A not worry about 'dry weather. Buy a farm that can be mostly irrigated. One and one-quar- ter miles from Chin townsite S. 1-2 5- 10-18; water now; on land. See me on Sec. S-10-1S or address Robert G. Cas- sidy, Coaldale, Alta. 144.5 stating age, qualifications and salary wanted. -Post Master, Carmangay, Al- 'land in tracts miles from___ Alberta'Securities, Ltd" The' "146-6 general blacksmith, good .wages for right .man.- Steady 146'6 t FOR land near Leth- bridgev and Coaldale in tracts of 10 FOR first class buggy, in good shape, rubber tired, stylish, only been used a few times. Apply Geo. Rogers, cor. Ashmead and Ford St. 145-0 143-6 [job till fall. Herman Lippold, Spring Coulee, Alta. C 146-6 Engineer's office, Department of Pub- lic Works, Edmonton, the branch 4uaj ce of the Departmen of Public Works seen at the office of the Building In Calgary and at the Construction Office of the Jail Building, Lethbridge. All tenders must.be accompanied Ju- an acepted cheque, pay able at par at Edmonton to the Public 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- tract within three days after accept- a tender is accepted, a marked ance. Company legally doing business in Al- berta to of twenty (20 p.c.} per cent, of his tender will be required J. Young 405 Smith St. 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 Public Works Dated, at Edmonton this 31 st day of May, 1910. You Cann6t Beat Our Prices and Grades All kinds of Building Mater- ial in Fir, Pine, Cedar, Oak and Gum. Hardwood Flooring arid Doors a specialty. Come once come again. Citizei Yard Office Phone 362. Baroneu Road. (WI Office Phone 334. spector. Tenders must reach the office of the Secretary-Treasurer on or before noon on Saturday the llth day of June, 1910 GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. FENCE POSTS CHEAP Having purchased all the ties'in the of the Canadian Pacific Railway "between Lethbridge and Macleod, I am prepared to receive offers for the sale of same in quanti- ties to suit the purchaser." Many of these ties are in first class condition and are suitable for fence posts or other farm construction. Call on Macleod, Freeman and Lethbridge Hotel Block, and any per- son desiring to purchase any would do FOR Bartlett sewing ma- chine in first' class condition. Call at Room 22 'Banner House... .147-2 TENT FOR SALE OR new 10 oz double fille'd 14 x 16 x 4 complete with poles and pins and floor. Cost complete Will sell at a liberal reduction or will rent furnished nurse girl. Apply 58 Argyle avenue. baker. 'None but first class1 man need-apply. Sch- weitzei- Bros., London Rd. 48-2 experienced stenog- rapher for a month and with possibility of permanent engagement. Appl-r in writing to Box 20, Herald office J4S-6 petent general ser- vant. No upstairs work. Highest FOR Wyandotte eggs for setting. Price ?1.50 per fifteen. Ap- ply 429 corner of Torrance and McKay St. 14S-6 FOR boarding house and restaurant doing a flourishing business in town of eighteen hundred. Good opening for right party. Only white restaurant in town. Terms reasonable Write Leadbetter, Arcade Cafe, Raymond, Alta. 14S-6 owners to list property with us. Apply to the Im perial Development Co., Ltd., 103 Sher- lock Building. Corner of Redpath and 92-0 WANTED TO house and lot an small cash payment, not to exceed HO.O, balance monthly payments up to 150. Address E. A. H. P. O. Box 1997 92-O-j TWO PIANOS FOR cash and on monthly payments. Crama- phone with ?75 worth of records, cash, monthly payments. Apply Box 13S6, F; German. J4S-6 Any person caught removing any of said ties without authority, will be pro- secuted. GEORGE SKF.LDING, Macleod, April 29th, 1910. Ihfi Railway and irrigation Co 50 COAL MINERS WANTED Kerb Uai at Mptta h LETHBRIDei. HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int S PC, Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. 0. Box x PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR room house, 2 blocks east of Westminster. Price Terms, cash, and balance suitable to purchaser by monthly payments or otherwise. You can't build this house for this. Phone us and our car vrir, call for you and show you this Phone 544. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. Suite 205 Sherlock Build- 31-0 FOR on three corner close in; snap at if taken at once. handles. Rent bringing 10 per cent, on invest- ment Apply 1222 Redpath. I4vg FOR secures the best 4- roomed cottage now on the market. 93 stnp in face, cut on right hind leg: in foal. JOS GILLESPIS, Chief of Police. The Alberta Securities, 146-6 FOR 160 acres, partly impro'.-- ed, five miles from Lethbridge, :-l room house, barn, for 30 head of stock. Price if taken within ten days, 520 per acre cash. If not sold within ten days price will be per acre. Johnson 'Huff Land Co., Johnson Block, 323 Round TO RENT TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply 717 Crabb St. 147-6 TO room MISCELLANEOUS WANTS let. y 612 147-2 .TO rooms, large double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. TO Acadia building. Apply on premises to the C< Bow- man agency. and roomers. For terms apply to Mrs. S. M. Broks, 402 Westminster Road. 120-0 have several Inquir- ies for houses to rent We make no charge: It will pay owners to call us up. Phone 544. Dowsley-McMlllan Land Co., Suit 205, Sherlock Building. 125-0 WANTED TO Must be a bargain and in good condition. Apply P. 0. Box 1997. 126-Ox WE HAVE Inquiries for nouses 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 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. J24-0 wants a home for little boy of 3 and bedroom, no board fo? herself. Westminster Rd. district preferred. Apply F. H., Box 567. 143-6 .or 3 unfurnished rooms to rent by young married cou- ple. No children. Reply stating terms location etc. to A. Lingard, Warner, 'ta.. 146.Q HEALTH BEFORE ALL Health is -withm your reach. T can put 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 such 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 st- 142-8 L..O. L, NO. In the K. of P. Hall, Tuesday, June 7th at S o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Visiting brethren welcome. 147.3 TO room to let, per month. 418 Coutts St. 143-c FOR term of years. 320 A irrigated form, miles from Leth- bndge, under fine state of cultivation, to one who will buy our stock, furni- ture and machinery. Write enclosing stamp. S. A. Snell, Box 63, Lethbridge or .Phone 106 Rural, or call at farm! 143-6 TO room to rent, close in. 424 Smith St. 144.6 TO good Darn, capable of holding four horses. Apply S M Brook, 402 Westminster R. 144.6 TO furnished roomfor two gentlem, nil modern con- veniences and centrally located ply to 622 Cutbill St. 40-O.x TO opposite Herald office on Crabb formerly occupied by Empire Cafe.. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-0 TO furnished room in modern house. Apply 1210 Courtland St. 146-6 TO furnished room with board if desired. 1202 Ford SL 147-6 TO room, iise of tel- ephone. 290 Bruce Street. HS-1 TO furnished room per week. 2 connecting rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Sl'i moBt.niy. 1220 Bompas St. 148-2 HOUSE TO once, Duff Ad- tiltioiT, 6 rooms, 10 minutes walk from centre of city. Apply N. Naylor, 803 London Rd. 14S-G TO suite furnished front rooms and one single room, Apply 504 Courtland, cor. Round. 14S-6 RANCH FOR SALE FOR 2000 acres deed- ed and 960 acres with 21 year lease, best of location, finest of wa- ter, goofi buildings, and only 2 1-2 miles from post office; per acre with cash payment of 14.50 acre and the balance in S years. Lords N. Hirbeke, P. O. box 370. 125-0 ;