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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till; LETHJBK1JDGK JtiaiJLl Friday, J.uue Of buyer and applicant and posi- tion; renter and MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Two teams of city broken young horses. 1384. For _ information phone 10 geese. Crystal Lake Poultry 0' miles northeast of FOR PRIVATE niture aud garden or, evenngs at 719; Sixth 1-OR A bargain in an upright Professional Cards MEDICAL OR. W. S. Sjirgeos, Accoucher. 9; a.m.; 2-3; 7-S p.m. Office. 914 Third Ave. S. MUSIC DOCTOR St. Before? a.m.: 2-3; 7-S. WADAM plan- iste and teacher of pianoforte, organ theory, harmony and voice produc- tion. Engagements accepted; 25 years' experience in operatic, dram atic and vaudeville. 504 Courtland St." 72-0 DR. Stafford Blk. Residence. S13 -Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. Office Phone 319; Residence 1090.; OR. C. C. Surgeon. Accoucher. Office. Alberta Block. Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-S.oO. DR. ear, nose sa3 throat. Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-6; evenings b? appointment. Phone office 341, res Science 593. MR. J. .W. and .-Choirmaster at. St. Augustla's church gives lessons in voice cultivation, or Kair and pianoforte playing and the- ory. Candidates prepared for musical examinations TlO 6th Ave. S. (Court- land St.} DR. and Sur- geon. Bryan block, Room 21. Office hours. 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 65S. OSTEOPATHY L. B. representing Church. Sage, Walker and Mason. Suite 4. Dominion Blk., 4th Ave. H. c. C. SALMON receives pupils In all branches of Pianoforte Playing and Tiieory. Candidates prepared for London. and Toronto Ex- animations. 414 Westminster Rd. (13th SL) P.O. Box 133. MISS GLADYS and gold medalist of" London Conserva- tory of Music; teacher of Residence 413 (Ernest) 14th St Phone T3S. Keep your eye on R. A. Wright's Window for Saturday and Monday the last- two days of the big' Dollar Bargain VENTI- LAT Vs. Do you realize liow impor- tant it is to have your build- ing well ventilated? We Carry in Stock FANS which are adapted for the ventilation of all types of buildings. the removal of smoke, noxious fumes, gases, steam, and very light dust; and for cooling overheated rooms. ASK FOR PRICES 25 cents per inser- tion when not ex- ceeding 25 insertions MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Find the Person or Thing you are Looking for by Using r" EDUCATIONAL FOR SALE Choice Northern Alberta GREEN HAY price by car or OATS For sale is. by car or ton lots, at 427 Wood -Str J. A. SMITH SALE BARN l! MACHJN 764 MAIN ST. LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application For SITUATIONS VACANT and women to lean. I barber trade in S weeks; tools furnish- led; situation--or location guaranteed; illustratetd catalogue free. Moler {System College. 609 Centre St., Cal- vary. men to work In woods: Teamsters, bookmen. month and board. River drivers S2.50 per day and board; Apply F. G. Waters, superintendent Elk River Lumber Co., VIA VI Viavi Co., offices Suite 3, Dominion Bids- Hours 10-12 p.m. Mrs. Annie Lingard, manager. Phone 1236. NUKSING Cursing Mission dis- trict work: Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: Betore 9 ajn.; 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. Miss E. Robinson in charge. 530 Bartlecf SL TeL. 1233. _____ MISS C. NICHOLSON Professional nurse. Graduate of Western Infirm- ary, Glasgow, Scotland. Massage and electric treatment; given. Royal Bank Block, Redpath St., upstairs. 149-26 GAR3UTT BUSINESS Day and night school. Alberta Blk, Off ice 1315: residence 145S. P. 0. Box 566. George J. Schmidt, principal. MANICURING, Etc. MISS V. goods, hair dressing, manicure, combings made up. orders taken for Splrillo j corsets. Acadia Block, Redpath SL, Lethbridge. ACCOUNTANTS W. D. accountant Auditing, liquidations, general ac- counting, and advice thereon. Ac- adia Blk..'Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 1247. SHOE REPAIK1NG DENTAL OR. M. J- graduate, of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, j Toronto, and holder of a Dominion' Dental certificate. Office, 5 and fi Bryan-Block. Phone; 10.71. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST SHOES can he had at McHEXRFS SHOE STORE, 242, Westminster Road X. (13th His repairs are O.K. all the time. Called for and delivered to any part of Lethbridge. Phone 1320. 137-26 New BarnesCOB) Jiiis Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C.O.D. Automobile TIKES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR. WORKS S3la Eights Ave. E., Cakjary. steam vulcanirers used' PIANO TUNING J. A. D.D.3. Dental of- McLeay Block, on Redpath Phone 55S. -134-26 DS. O.' Gradu- ate of NorthsesLerri University, Chi- cago, 111." Office hours: 9-12; l-o. Rooms 11 and 12 Macdonald Block. piano tuner, 6th Are. S. Bos 1S22.' Agent for Gerhard Heintzman PL- ranos.-Eaoue.H6S- 301-0 DISALLOWED Ottawa. June act passed by jlithe Quebec legislature in 1910 to jj amend the charter of the General 1 i Trust Co., of Quebec, has been dis- 2 j allowed by the Dominion government the recommendation of the Minis- jter of Justice. The bill gave the com- jpany banking and other powers which constituted an invasion of Dominion rights. ri, j i r iransier oi Hotel License Hosmer. 3. C. 121-O Application has been made by John Bastain for consent ro the transfer to himself of the license granted to Jo- seph Dobbs in respect to the Union Hotel, Taber, situate on lots 6, 7, i', and 9. in Block 18: If necessary this application will be considered by the Board of Li- cense Commissioners at a meeting to be "held at Lethbridge on Tuesday, the. 4th, day of July, 1911. at 10 o'clock a.m. -DATED. AT EDMONTON this day of June 1911. L. F. C LARRY. man, one who knows city well. Apply Box 3, Herald Office. 143-O dining Toom girl at once. Write or phone Myrtle Aita. Hotel, Bow Island, 144-0 woman for gen- grand new.. r Mason -Risoh piano Co. _ _ FOH SALE hand- organs, in goodf.'cantitition. Son- Blk. Risen'' Piano Phone 791. l-27 v Co.; -'-Dominion 147-6 FOR SALE camera, first class lens, cost over H.Fair-field, Experimental Farm. Phone 145-0 St. -S. I 14th. 151-10 ivant at once. I son, 1020 Redpath St.. J_ PRIVATE large assortment. :ompetent general ser-jOf high class furniture, including Apply Mrs. E. H. Wil- frigerator. 1 146-6 131-1 yard manager for General.j lumber yard. State age, experience; salary required. Box 36, Herald I Office. 14S-6 1 re- znan- We .have for hire a 30 h'. p. Case Auto, the finest car in Lethbridge. Com- petent chauffeur. Plione 066 J. RHODES. Prop. NOTICE UNDERTAKING T. S. Fire Hall. The most up to date funeral' director and escalreer in the city. Black and white hearses. We have also the ex- clusive agency for the SomerviDe ilarble and Granite Works, of Cal- Office phone 561; residence 1176. Open day and night PHOTOGRAPHY PHOl Bros. Hours, from 9 a.m. till G p.m. Studio 906 Third Ave. S.. next door to Bap- tist Church. R. E. Civil Engineer- Industrial Spurs. Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation, Plans. Estimates, etc, 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 343S. VJADUCT LODGE NO. 53 I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Tuesday at S p.m. In Odd- fellows" HaiL All visitors welcome. GEORGE F. HEATK, D. J. BATHES, Secretary, Box 1S10. Noble Grand. Coal, Ice and D RAYING Westem Transfer Company LONG BROS., Office next Arcade. Pho.-.e 1163. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETH- BRIDGE. BETWEEN: M- Feffernon, plaintiff: AND Samuel Pinkus. defendant. JTO SAMUEL PINKUS. I The Above Named Defendant. TAKE NOTICE that r.he Plaintiff has j brought an action against you in the [above Court to recover "5300.00 paid i by him io you. for agent, certain hides; The Plaintiff claims that no hides were purchased by you and delivered to him. and that you misappropriated tbe said 3300.00 'to your own use. AND FURTHER TAKE- NOTICE that in default, of your entering an ap- pearance at the Office of the .Clerk of the said Court on or before the loth.of July, 1911. the Plaintiff may proceed to Judgment and Execution. Signed: JOHN R. PALMER, Of the City of Lethbridge, Alta., solici- ttor for the above named Plaintiff. June'9. 13, 15. Department and Canals, Canada. Hudson Bay RailAvay NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS QEALED TENDERS addressed to the general servant. Must j be good cook. Good wages. Apply I Mrs. T. D. Kevin, 1107- 3rd Ave. after 7.30 p.m. 148-6 salesladies -expert-. gle, 1 mahogany china cabinet, 1 ter cut'oak buffet-and-.china cabinet Can any afternoon or evening F. A. Taaman, 623 10th St. QutbiU, 49-6 FOR pups. -Splendid to-K-size. experienced, to engine." at on.ce. Apply .Land, sable in .color.. JTroci -425 McNab Bros., Kipp, Alta. 14S-6 FOR 35 h.p., first class condition, original cost sell or trade for new car and pay or'receive differ-' ence in cash. Apply Box .48, Carman- enced in ladies' ready-to-wear and notions. No other undersigned and endorsed Tender j at- once. 606 Fourth for construction of Hudson Bay Rail- hoil.e_ way" will be received at this office. i opposite new court house. until lt> o'clock on Tuesday, the 1st of At the Blue Store, at once, August for a section of about 1S5 miles I one experienced grocery salesman, one from Pas Mission to Thicket Portage. I clothing and shoe salesman, one Plans, specifications and form of i Perienced in merchandise. Ne contract ro be entered into can be !need JOG Fourth Avenue South, gar- .1 ,u_ ap- Ave. So. j 149-0 I TO _ ply to the C. E. Bowman Acid- on and after Wednesday. May! opposite- new court nous 143-0 J31. at the office of the Chief Engineer j Apply Cigar Factory. uf the Department of Railways and Ca-1624 14th St. South. 150-2 nals, Ottawa, and at the office of the i girl or woman for gen- Chief Engineer of the Hudson Bay eral housework. Apply to Miss Oliver, Railway, Winnipeg, at which places j 606 Fifth' Ave. S. forms of tender may be obtained. 150-6 Parties tendering will be required to accept the fair wages schedule prepar- general vant. 1213 6th Ave. South. ser- 150-0 as his ed nr to be prepared bv the Depart- j servant, highest ic E NT1 fa Building, Redpith'street 184-0 FOR house for Tent. Finest boarding preppgitipn, ,ln the city. -Investment '-Bry-; an Block. 100-0' TO One large nice front suitable for one or t gentlemen' with use of phone. 'Rent" reasonable' Nicely furnished. Close in. Also one Single room. Apply 612 6th St- South (Crabb St.) 139-0 TO summer, furnished house fully modem. Immediate pos- form part of the contract. Contractors are requested to bear in to person .Apply to A.-Hamilton, mind, that tenders not be consid- I Mrs. 1018 1st Ave. So. !perintendent of Schools City (Baroness Rd.) between 6 and 8 p.m.-------------------------' Phone 1359. 150-6 LOST AiVD FOUND jered, unless made strictly in accord- stenographer, jaace with the printed forms, and in month._AppIy .Box X. Herald. jthe' case of firms, unless there are the actual ture of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm. An accepted bank cheque for a H2-0 TO .roomed house to rent, strictly modern ou corner of .Street. -Apply Burns -Go., .-146-6 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex- .the sum of made ro the order of the Minister of Railways and __ Ladies' mixed green and black suit coat between Experimental Farm or I, City fully modern house. Apply' Ave. A. South. (Brmtfon St) 147-6 office. 145-0 Alberta Land Surveyors U. F. HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney. Block. P.O. Box "Phone 1042. Amateurs Attention! Jlrst six ex. films developed free for customers. Our system makes negatives clear and sharp. Saves fail- urse Price list and sample print free AMATEUR DEPT. Milne's Portrait Studio MEDICINE KAT ALBERTA We Snish for amateurs all over the West CONTRACTORS WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and alterations. Office. Room 5, Bryan Block. P. 0. Box, 512. CONCRETE executed cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks and ufick always on hand; H. J. Goode Co.. Concrete 323 Smith Phone. 1244 Electric Fixtures Shades and General Repairs W, L Menzie ELECTRICIANS 705 3rd Ave. S. Phone 637 between the undersigned, doing! business under the firm name, aud style of "THE RED CROSS "DRUG BOOK COMPANY." at Lethbridge, is I dissolved as and from-the 2ath day of i May A. D. 1911. I THAT ALL DEBTS due and owing to Canals must accompany each tender, i which sum will be forfeited if the party tendering declines entering into I contract for the work, at the rates stated in the offer submitted. The cheques thus sent in will be re- turned to the respective contractors of money, to ?40 be- nveen Sanitary Cafe and Higinboth- am's Drug Store. Reward of Call at Herald Office. 146-6 ?v- Apply GrW 'corner 5th Avenue, 20th St North. 47-6 'TO RENT Furnished, for 3 months 'from 1st, a fully modern 1231 6th Ave. S. Apply anytime be-' fore 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 14S-0 and grey) with blankets on, branded Y.S. Weight about 1300 and 1400 Ibs. i respectively. One wire cut on hind T'ne cheque of the successful ?10.00 reward. JN'otify.A. S. Burn.- derer will be held as security, pr parti ham Livery Stable, Stirling, Alta. 146-6 Corses' (iron grey HOUSE TO In Warwork St., the said partnership must, be paid to T. H. McCready, and that all debts due by the said partnership will be paid by the said T. H. McCready. who is continuing the business at the same premises. security, for the due fulfilment of the j mare with colt, branded contract to be entered into. j BH on right'hip, color gray. Finder The lowest or any tender not neces- rewarded for both.. A. BQgueki, sarily accepted. jrhe I of June.. A. D. of Alberta, this Day j (Sgd.) Robert Sage. 1 (Sgd.) T. H. McCready. WITNESS: (Sgd.) Charles'F. Harris. 14-7-12 E. T. BROAD is prepared to take or- ders for light mill work, such as ripping, jointing, grooving, planing, j band sawing, etc. Window and door frames made up on short notice. Office and factory, near 7th Ave. S., east of 12th St P. 0. Box 73u. j Phone 710. j THOS. Job-j tier. -All kinds of repair work, store! Sixtjares, etc. Contracting a special- i if.' Box 1457. Phone 1378. Leth- j bridge. Alta. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA No. 293 Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the- .Oddfellows' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. E. Holberton......A. J. Warren W. President AECIIITECTS Money to Loan on Imprcn 11 Farms naps W. 2 lots London Road, each, terms 8 lots on water. Duff Addition, each, cash Room 1 Dominion Block Harris Fire Insurance Phone 136' By order L. K. JONES, Secretary Department of Railways and Canals, Ottawa, May 26, 1911. Newspapers inserting this adver- j tisement without authority from the j Department will-not be paid for it. 150-5 1520 Fourth Ave. N., Lethbridge. 147-6 .mare, branded JHC, on right side. Finder return to Loggiri, North Ward Livery Barn. re- 148-6 month. Apply to R. BurgesSiHis ijth St. (Ash- mead St. 148-8 TO RENT For 2 montta from 1st July to 1st September, beautifully furnished do.uble room over Suit- able for married couple or two gentle- men'. Apply .BOX-36S- Royal Bank. ,-Pi -.149-6 ?10 the recovery of a black yearling stud Brand on left shoulder. G. W. Cecil, The Kentucky Farm, Box 1808, Leth- bridge. 150-6 ff VVM. T. Whit-j t no3" Block. Late of Williams Architects, Detroit, I ERNEST E. CARVER. M.B.A.A., A.. A.A.I., Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. I H.XM. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block. Specialists in CHEMICAL DRY CLEANING 722 3rd Ave. Strict attention given to out of town orders. Get Your Clothes Cleaned by a firm who guarantee to do the best work yon ever had done. French or dry cleaning and repairing. The Lethbridge Cieaners 327 Round St. Phone 666. Employment Agency HARRIS OLSON'S EMPLOYMENT! can supply farmers' j contractors' help and give sat- i isfaction. Phone 1412 if you need j Itelp of-any kind. Room 4, Begin P. 0. Box 646, Auction Sale Of Horses, Cattle and rrents Every Tuesday a: 427Wooc! St., Lethbridge. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER We are now prepared to book orders for the drilling of water wells in. or about Leth- bridge. Our past records will show we are experts- in this line of work as well as drillers with oil country experience. Our motto is: We don't spend the summer visiting with you, but get the work done quick and in a first- class way. We have drilled more wells than all ama- teur well drillers put together and our work has proven satisfactory. Write where we can call and interview yon. Ad- dress all mail c.o. Alexandra Hotel McCUTCHEON SNYDER Lethbridge, Alberta. SYNOPSiS or NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS publication of advertisement will not be paid tor. Any person WHO IB the sole head ol j s family, or acy male over IS yeara j old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Domiraon land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The j applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain eandiucns by father, mother, eon, aaagncer, broifler or sister of intending homesteader. residence upon and cuJtivaUon of the land In each of tflree jaars. A homesteader maj live witnin nine miles of his home- Btesc on a farm of at least 89 acres solely owned or occupied by him or by his father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sister. in certain districts a homesteader tn pood standing niay pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- Prfce per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead en- try (Including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate tifty extra. nis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts, trice per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth J300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada. over triangle on right jaw; bar over X on right shoulder; DC with line through on left shoulder; white 'face and. two hind leet white. Finder -please bring to Bonnell's livery barn. Reward ?5.00. 151-12 mare, branded J and H connected on right side. -Finder return to Loggin, North Ward Livery Barn. 110.00 reward. -148-6 SITUATIONS WANTED and 'wife want work on farm. Woman good cook. -Man competent farm hand. Apply H. M. Stinson, gen. del., Lethbridge, Alta. 147-6 TO nished, suitable for light housekeep- ing. Apply 602 Cutblll St 150-1 T.O LET .-furnished in suite, with all modern conveniences in the Kean Block, Post Of- fice over F. C. Lowes Co. Terms reasonble, Immediate possession, ApT ply Mrs.'.Allan 2nd siije; enf ranceVlol-O LAND FOR SALE have' upwards of acres.. of -lands, close to prosperous townsites, from SIS to per acre.: 'Raw prairie from per acre. All onr terms to suit purchaser. Many thousand acres of C-P.R. lands :frO'H> per A. payments spread over tea years at 6 per cent. We have SL special offer to actual set- tlers. Write for our descriptive book- let' "Alberia' Wheat Hanch Lauds." Equity Trust 4e Loan Co., C-annangay, S5-0 SITUATION married couple, wife housekeeper, man outdoor work. Market garden or poultry farm preferred. Frank Steedman, Lethbridge- Phone 783. 149-6 I FOR. acres .of land 1.1-2 mi; from Liundbreck, ,an ideal place for gardening or mixed fanning. 15 acres in oats and 1 acre in also a jfour roomed cottage and i the place, with good five section Address __ __ SITUATION As cook private house, hotel porter, or this district. in I bridge. Frank. A. Maxwell, Lsth- 139-p Harry e P. 150-2 right. T. L. Duncan, Box 491, Medford, WORK the day', house- worfc, cleaning, etc. Apply Box 4, Her- ald Office. isi-l MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO farm and city property. W. F. Lever, Room 2 Al- berta Block. 104-0 Oregon, or New 146-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS first class1 delivery JVinte .weighing about 1100 Ibsr. Gilmone the Baker, 1602 Second Ave. A. North. 133-0, modern. ..____________ ____ roomed; done and lawns laid _ontj house on two or three''lots. House j and watered by competent men. .BOX must be nearly new; Apply giving fullf buy a fully j well finished six to eight 1924 City P. 0. 150-6 PROPERTY FOR, SALE per month buys five roomed house William St. Apply Re- viH, at Prairie Agencies Limited, 110 Fifth St Phone 629. 132-0 FOR SALE roomed shack on one lot. plastered, on sewer. Apply 1.0th...St...South... 151-6 particulars regarding location, terms, etc. to Box 630 Herald. WANTED TO or roomed modern house, close in. be a bargain., Can nay cash. Applj Box 247. City PJ r 141 WANTED-VTO teams, -highest. prij paid per week of r-1 nish own running gear. Address l-2_9th. ;