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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I'JMWi Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June 21; 1910. 10 Acre Garden Tracts Will te worth per acre in two years We have the FINEST and BEST on the market. Let us convince you by showing you this land We Kave 8 of the very choicest of lots facing new school heing erected on McDuff Street, ana will sell the bunch at a great bargain Seeing is Gome and see. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply tbe Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., DuSerin atreet Bryan 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. 141-0 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Adrance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT FOR first class buggy, in good shape, rubber tired, stylish, only been used a few times. Apply Mrs. Geo. Rogers, cor. Ashmead and Ford St. H5-0 FOR general store In a fast growing town in Southern Alberta. Building for sale or rent. Small up- to-date stock. II. Laughtou, Diamond City. 1490 MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Office ''Next Eureka Theatre 2 grader foremen, per month and board. 40 teamsters, J35-I40 per month and board. 1 camp cook J 60-165 per month and board. 2 cookees, 130-135. 3 dishwashers, 135 per monih. ,6 waitresses. J25-J40. 20 miners, union wages. 30 carpenters. 60 laborers, per day Wanted work for 2 32-horse Case engines, also ploughing per acre, sieam outfit. J. b. Httiderson Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. Office 2-5 FOR team heavy horses, servant. Call at 3 or 8 p.m. Apply Mrs. Devine, 1007 Hedpath street. 157-0 general servant in fain- ilv of two. Apply 137 Torrance Ave. 158-6 LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR SALti IN CARD8TON a run dowu where the government gets its car load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes, Mixed farming and dairy landu, improved fro to Hat wheat lauds to W. 0. Lee Co., Cardston. gg.Q laborers mond City, at Dia- 158-4 capable of writing at least 100 words a minute. young, also wagon and harness with J A lv bv letter stating experience to mit IRC C! rj city license. 1234 Ford St. 156-6 FOR One extra good driving horse, 1200 Ibs. also rubber tired buggy and hand "made harness. Apply 40 Argyle Ave. 159-6 Box 11 Herald office. 157-0 UBS'f BUY OF THE tion of good level land, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, 620 acres can be broken, house and small barn; There are 320 acres new breaking, al'l disced and ready for crop. This lies 7 1-2 miles from the thriving town or Barons. Price, per acre; cash down I57CO, balance in three equal annual Apply Grant Moir, Barons, AUa. ioy-0 FOR SALE and sitting room furniture in block on Gait Square Party can take over rooms. Rental 114.00. Apply Box 3S, Herald office. 159-6 NOTICE We furnish help for com- panies, contractors, farmers., and business men. Give us a trial. ALBERTA 4. 8. C. EMPLOY- MENT AGENCY, 120 Round Street Phone 366. P.O. Box 2037 The Terrill Floral CO- STORE i GREENHOUSES Cor. Ashmead 4. Duffcrin Sti. Phone 577. HOUSE PLANTS, CHOICE CUT FLOWERS LETTUCE AND Wedding Boquets and Funeral Flowers made up In the most artistic manner. rr We have just unloaded a car of assorted furniture, including Verandah Chairs and Rockers in natural, Early English and Green Finish; Parlor and Den Chairs, Rockers and Tables and many .other articles of fine furniture. Inspection solicited. SHOW ROOMS 324 CRABB STREET. Bow Island, June Home Talent Play at Lindquist, Hail last night was first class, and drew a good many laughs. Mrs. Roy Whife de- serves special mention and thanks. V. Jordan has leased Lindquist Hall and will give a dance at his opening on Wednesday night, He will have a first class moving picture show. Pete Murphy, formerly of Dunseith, N. Dak., was in town on Tuesday, looking for an opening for'a paint shop. Ben Imson's big tent show will give Rip Van Winkle on Thursday. The seven-year-old sou of Mr. Fow- ler was buried from the Presbyterian church here on Saturday. He died of throat trouble. A building to be used for the print- ing office has been erected opposite Hoaglin's big store. Work has commenced on J. G. Wat- erson's residence. .Mrs. J. G. Waterson is visiting Mrs. Stoddard at Medicine Hau A party of about twenty from south of town had a picnic dinner at Mc- Gregor's ranch on did not catch any fish. Frank Beatty has developed a bad case of typhoid fever, but is having the best of care at the hospital at the Hat. Miss Pollack has been hived as as- sistant teacher for the end of her .term', and will have charge of the first grades. A "white- man's" restaurant is be- ing erected next to the new printing' office. A rooming house is going up rapid- lv near Howden's tin shop. FOR SALE OR bred splendid 6 year old driving horse buggy and harness. Galvin-Hatfic-ld Co. Phone 1425 Ott Block, City. 159-6 Leavitt, June work oil the new city park is rapidly progressing. Over cubic yards of earth be- ing to form a level ball ground of 3S rods by GO rods. This is the best ball grounds and public square in any of the villages in South- ern Alberta, and speaks well for the hrift and public spiritedaess of the Leavitt people. The crops in this district are look- ng excellent, nearly all the fall grain being headed out and .the spring grain coming along nicely. We have been reatly blessed with plenty of moist- ure, and although it is a little dry now, yet the crops are not suffering at all. Already the Leavitt people have an excellent programme prepared for the Dominion Dav celebration. Horse ble, doing the best business in the racing, athletics in all its branches, Pass. will handle this, balance easy terms. Apply Imperial Hotel Frank, AUa: 160-: for general house work. Mrs. S. H. Simmons, cor. Ar- thur and McDuff.V 145-0 FOR saddle-horse, or single driver, also democrat and har- ness. Apply Jnb. Dixon, Barnes St. No. Lethbridge. 159-6 FOR mare, weight about 1050 Ibs., age eight years, thor oughly gentle and willing; also buggy and harness, nearly new; may be seen after five p.m. at second last house east ou Courtland. v 160-6 FOR Hotel livery sta ball games and a lively programme for the evening to be the events of the day. Miss May Leavitt returned home to-day from Salt Lake City, where she has attending school for the past year. The town misses the regular base- ball practices each night. The cause is that the militia has drawn. nearly all the team, including the cap- tain, John Redford, to Calgary. FOR driving horse in citj five years city broke. Fast ant fancy. Citizens' Lumber 161-0 FOR 36 first class laying hens 200 chickens and an incubator in goo working order. Apply A. Leadbetter green painted of stand pipe, east of Westminster Rd 161- V A general servant. o Mrs. Tinning, over the Apply Union 156-C FOR term of years, 320 -ores, irrigated farm, 2 1-2 miles from Lthbridge, under fiue state of cultiva- Ion, to one who will buy our stock, fur. liture and ijfcachinery. Write enclosing tamp. S. Box 63, Lethbridge >r Phone 106 Rural, or call at farm. 143-O good girls for wait- esses, 17 a week. Apply .Alberta Restaurant, Oliver Block. 160-6 lady for the British and Colonial Photographic Co. Apply loom 102 Sherlock Building. 160-6 to do house work and cooking. Must be qualified. Good wages to right person. Apply Box 29 Herald. 161-O few young people to strawberries. Apply H. P. Gat P. 0. Box 1334 or on farm 3 miles 3. E. of town. 161-3 PROPERTV FOR HOUSE FOR and house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain TO RENT TO rooms, large, double to rent, Majestic theatre. AJH ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 17-U I'O in Acadla building. Apply on premises to the (J. B. Bow- man agency. 134.0 TO good uarn, 'capable of holding four horses. Apply S. M. Brook, 402 Westminster Road North. 144-O TO furnished roonifor two gentlera, all modern con- veniences and centrally located. Ap- ply to 622 Cutbill St. 40-Qx TO opposite Herald PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO. DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FIGGINS