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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALO Tucsflaj, Tunc 24,1013 me Quickest, Surest and Cheapest Way Is Still ''The Want Ad. The Modem Method of Renting Rooms or Homes DID VOIT EVER STOP to realite that some of the nicest apartments niid honies in this city are apparently never for rent, and yet are alivays rented? Did you ever wonder why you eeem never Id have sn oppcrtunitv for securing; such b vlr-ce tor yourself? The an"s�er Is that such pei^ie never use signs where vou expect to find sigire. Tihey do not proclaim the fact that their propurtv is for rent hy sticking signs in their windows. They do not desire a horde o! people tramping through their C)Xclu3ive homos. They are just as desirous of renting their houses as any other landlord. But they desire their houses rentad to the right people in the right way. If you will follow the rentnJ nunouncemeuts in this paper In the columus of Want Ads., you will always find some of these desirable places ofl'ered here. Usually in these announcements, all necessary facts ar� given, so that yon know immediately �whether or not any especial property bei.ig offered Tor lea^e Is suitable to you. Try lookiag over these rental columns for the home you expect to lease. This !? the surest way of finding such a homo as you desire. becr.usH icost people having better piacas like these to renfuse tills mofhod excIuDivefy. In looking for a place to live use your head, not >'oiir feet-�rt ounce of intelligence is woriih a ton of shoe leather. 25 Words, 25c an Insertion; 6 Insertions for the price of 4, -MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE- PROPERTY FOR SALE f SITUA'flONS VACANT �WA^^isrH^.i geiefaKsBrvaht. Apply i*'ant. Apply to 917 7th Avenue'Soutfi. 156-0 %VANTED-Experienced male clerk for general office work, must be able to use typewriter. Apply Bo.\- 3001, City. 156-0 WANTEC-iMen ana women to learn barber trade; tools given each student; large demand for graduates. Now It iplendjd Umo to learn. Catalogue tree. Moler College. Calgary. Alberta. 262-0 WA^ED-General servant, 635 "l3th at.-'SKith. : .  1^0-0 \yANTED-A general servant for a Binall famUy, good wages. Apply to K04 12tli St. S. fi QIRL WANTED-For general work, lour  miles from Lethbridge. Apply Mrs.- Blue, 1205 6th Ave. S. 161-0 WANTED-Walter and waitress; apply immediately Buffet Lunch; highest wages. R. C. Fitzsiminons. 162-3 "WANTEI>-.'Vt once a good reliable liousekeeper for small family. Elderly woman preferred. Apply Mrs. R. J .McNabb; will be in Lethbridge Ho-tel on June 26tii.__162-6 �WANTED-Dining room girl. Apply Ballas Hotel._162-3 WANTED - Competent servant for general housework. Apply Mrs. E. B. Hili. 702 11th St. S. 162-0 WANTED-On farm near Lethbridge experienced dairy man, also maii competent to take charge of farm as foreman. Good steady place for right man. Box 63, Herald. 163-6 WANTED-Girl for general honse--work, must be fond of children; no cooking, only light washing done in house. Apply 519 7th St. S. 163-0 TO RENT, FOR RENT - Fully modern, eight roamed house, 613 5th St. .S., immediate possession. Apply to C. W. Gray 310- 5th St. Squth. 138-0 FOR RENT-We have a first class room for rent with shower bath and plunge privilege. .4.pply Y. M. C. A., comer 4th ave. and 10th St. S. 155-0 TO RENT-Two double furnished front rooms on first floor, suitable for four gentlemen. All modern conveniences, close in. Apply 701 5th Ave. South. TO RENT - Large furnished room, suitable for two gentleman; modern conveniences. Apply 622 10th S. S. TO RENT-Two roomed shack in Alexandra addition, $6 per month. Apply to 966 11th Street S. 158-Ox TO RENT-From July 1st, comfortable furnished six roomed house. Apply J. W. Tennant, 1227 5th Ave. A.S., Phone 1450. 159-0 TO RENT-Fire roomed cottage near Central school, $17.00 per month. Apply 520 5th Street South, or Phone 1043. -160-6 FOR RENT-Sis roomed fully modern, furnished house for three months, commencing July Ist. Apply Dr. Taylor, Suite 6, Dominion Block. 163-0 TO RENT--One large well furnished front room on car line. Apply 1314 6th Avenue South. - 163-fi TO RENT-Eight roomed furnished house for one month. Apply E. J. Sehl, Hick-Schl Hardware Co. 163-3 LAND FOR SALE J FOR SALE-5 or tes acre lots, plowed and Irrigated, near school to be built at once, just east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd & Devine, 103 Sherlocfe B-jiiding. Phone 1353. 79-0 WANTED-Good girl or woman at once .best of wages; must be tidy and of good character. Apply Mrs. D. L. Kimball, 1223 5th Ave. A. S., Phone 659. 163-0 w.*ktbd-General servant. Apply Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317 12th Street S. 163-6x W.ANTED-A good general servant at once. Apply Mrs. J. Jackson, 1263 5th .Avenue South.' 104-6 i-VOREAGE FOR SALE-To wind up I the estate of Thomas Holmes the administrator offers for sale acre .'ots Nos. 1, 4, and 5, east side -MoKillop SI. North. This is the finest acrea.i:;e the city today. Make me an offer for the three or single one. One-third cash, balance Land 2 years at 8 per cent. Highest or any oi'Cer not'necessarily accepted. Ai)ply E. M. Holmes, Creston, B. C. 163-6 WANTED-At once,- a good servant, one that can cook; best wages. Apply 632 8th St. S. 164-6 Wanted-strong competent house-maid to travel. Apply to Mrs. Sibley, private car Primera, Kline Shows. 164-6 r For Sale or Exchange "J FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-If you �wish to exchange your properly for something, you want to see D. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock Building, Phone 721. 133-0 EXCHANGE-SO acres of Irrigation, 80 acres alfalfa, all first class land, 1% miles from town. $60 per acre. What have you to offer? d. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock Building. Phone 721. 163-0 �^OR SAl^B OR BXCaANGE-Two first class quarter sections, well improved, Iron Springs (one clear title) cheap exchange on city property; also three good building lots for house property. . Let me know what you have and I will see you. Reply Box 59, Herald. . 163-6 pOR S'AI^E-175 acres of irrigated land with Vi water right, mile west of Stirling ; lake in one corner of about 2 acres; 10 acres of hay, 65 acres sown to barley and oats and the rest summer fallow. Price ^35 per acre, $2,000 cash, and the rest can be arranged in small yearly payments. Wm. Christenson, Stirling, Alta. 164 FREE HOMESTEADS - 2,000,000 acres deeded lands, $8 to $40 acre; ready for plowing; yields 25 to 60 bu. wheat; finest inland climate; low homeseekers' excursions; write for literature. Immigration Bureau, C. JI. & St. P. Railway, Seattle Washington. 99T.Th. LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE-At a bargam, five lots in front of Fleetw;ood school and on car line, $2300 taken ?.t onr�-term.^ to suit! Small cash pa.vraent. Write Box 336, Winnifred, Alberta. 160-6 ffOTICB-All kinds of property for exchange or sale, either in Canada or U. S. D. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sherlock 'Block. Phone 721. 163-0 FOB SALE CHEAP-Or exchange, 1 pianola'wfth $75 of music. This cost 1600 without music 12 months ago, and is just as good as when bought. What offers? B. Goddard, Goddard, Alta. _ 164--6 WILLOW RIVER-British Columbia's new town oi importance on Grand Trunk Pacific. For free information write today. Pacific Land and Town-sites Co. 42 Richards Street, Vancouver, B.C. Agents wanted. Tu.-Sat. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-By ' man and wife, position on farm; experienced. Apply to Box 41, Herald. 163-3 WANTED-By. respectable woman, work as chambermaid in hotel or in cleaning offices or anything similar. Box 20, Herald. . 164-1 FOR SALE-Seven roomed.fuUy modern house on lot and a half, near car lines. Small rash payment, balance monthly or half yearly. Apply, to owner on premises, 626 1+th St. S. Ph one 1134. _ 163-6 FOR SALE-So%eu houses, fully inod-ern, easy terms. Will trade for ..vacant lots.. Also 7 roomed house on 4th Avenue N., to rent .Apply to Thbs. Kennedy, 1252 4th Ave. N.,'and save commission. Also singing canaries for sale. Phone 415. 160.-6 FOIF^aLE-33',4 x^Tis^leet, Block G, on 12th St. A. Cellar and cement walls. Price $1450-terms $25^ cash, balance 5 equal annual payments, at STI- -interest. N. >B. Peat & Co., 570 Phone; Room 5, .McDonald Block, 161-^ FOR SALE-Four roomed cottage, scullerv, pantry, verandah, cellar, with first class poultry plant attached. Full lot, all new. $8i>0-.term's. -Hiehfield, Sunuyside," or P. O. Box 3011 City. _ 168-6 LOST-FOUND STRAYED-Dark bay mare, weight about lOOOlbs, branded clevis on left thigh, white strip in Jorphead. Suitable reward for information leading to recovery. Joe Oswell, Sundial, Alberta. 1'39- LOST-a piece of pink cotton crepe buttonholed in white. Pan of a dress. No use to anvoce but the owner. Finder kindlv leave at Herald offlce. 160xx STRAYED-Ou my premises since Feb. last. IV^ miles east Nolan's ferry, small sorrei mare, white face, 3 white feet, roached mane And tail; branded M.X over bar cn right hip; owner remove and pay expenses. t. JlcNabb. 162-6 MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon. Acooucher. Hours 2-3; 7-S p.m; Office: 914 Third Avenue, Phone 319; Residence Phone 1090' DOCTOR MEWeTuRN-Redpath St., Beforff 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. dr. McNALLY-office Stafford Blfc. Residence 1266 Sixth Avenuef.' Oiace houi-s-11-12; 1-3; 7 to S.30; Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. C. C, CRAGG-Physician, Surgeon, Accouchor. Oflico at residence corner 6th avenue aouth and 7th Street south. Hours: S-3; 1-3; 7 to S.30;_Phbag_j.20S.____ DR. TULLER-Pirysl"cian and Surgeon Office Macdonald Block. ' Phone 1316 Residence 635 10th St. South. (CutbiU). Phone 1369. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Office-hours 9.30 to 12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phone, offlce 341; residence 593. OSTEOPATHY DR. LIONEL B. MASON-Graduate Osteopathic Phvslcian. Member of College PKysiciauB and Surgeons, Alberta. 'uife SIO-IS, Sherlock Building. Phone 1414. Take the elevator. At Medicine Hat Wednes-days and Sundays._ MASSAGE j,Og'l-_\Vatch fqb, engraved E B.S. Finder p!e.ise ijione 552, and fob will be called for. 163-3 STR.AYED-About May 4th, from- section 5-6-17, one ten year old llOOtb sorrel horse, branded reverse'RS and n over d on left shoulder; one white faced two-year old tall brown mare, branded W on right cheek and reverse OS on left shoulder; also one two-year old black mare, with same brands as brown , mare. $15.00 reward for Information leading to their recovery. R. E. Skeith, New Daytoil Alta. Phone connection. LOST-Ladies' gold filled watch size 6, plain case set v,-ith !� diamonds, ljut 3 missing. Hampton moy&nent. Mjre. Redcliffe, Callfornian Franks' Wllti West Show, Exhibition Grounds. 164-6 STRAYED-A liberal reward will i)e given for any information leading tp the reco.very of one 5 year-old bay-mare, branded O over 9 on left shoulder; one bay mare branded cl" -^ left shoulder Uhould have.toal) o4-Also one bay gelding braaded AN tfn right shoulder anid a bay-.tivd^year ofd filly; very gentle, no brand. A. H. Kingston^ Phone 1260. 164-^0 Miscellaneous For Sale FOR SALE-Eggs, from prize winners, S. C. White Leghorns from best laying strain. Some hens in No. 1 pen have record of 109 eggs each before they were 9 mos, old. Cock of No. 1. pen cost $30. Price per setting- $1.50, $2.00, $3.00. Indian Runner, Pe-kin or Roman duck eggs, $1.50 per setting. Dallas Farm, C. J. Ecksform proprietor.':: . ::i'&. POR SALE CHEAP and on easy terms two good second hand upright pianos and one good organ. Apply Mason & Risch, 404 5th St. S. Lethbridge 164-6 POR S.4LE-New $550 upright grand Nordhelmer piano, in use* since last November, splendid instrument. Price and terms reasonable. Apply E. F. Layton, organist Knox Church, 616 10th St. S. 164-6 FOR SALE-A snap for 'quick sale, Oliver typewriter. No. 5, almbst new, $35. Apply Box 60, Herald. 164-:6x f MISCELLANEOUS WANTS J WANTED-A set o.f from 36 to 48 post office boxes, must be in good condition. Also generaL delivery wicket, etc. Box 5. Herald. '160-6 OIL STOVE WANTED-We , would like to rent or buy an oil stove for use in Y.M.C.A. cafe; south of poultry building during Fair week. Stove must be in good condition. Telephone Y.M.C.A- offlce. XX WANTED-Day or office work and cleaning by respectable lady. Apply Mrs. Pearcy, 319 5th Avenue S. 163-6 WANTED-At once, two rooms furn-iahed or unfurnished, modern conveniences, privilege of light house keeping. Box 42, Herald. 164-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-On well imprbv-ed farm lands. Albsrta Loan and Investment Co., Alberta Loan Bulld- ias. 5th St, soath. Phofle mi, m-n MISS K. MAY( HOLMES-Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish . system) , Electric and Vibratory ' traatments, Hydro-Theropy, Shalni- poolng. and the removal of superfluous hair. _ Treatments given by appointment"bnly, Phone 1710, room one, Hull bl'clck. ' VIAVI lethbridge VlAVI CO., ofiice 1110 Third Avenue,Soilth. (corner of 11th street and 3rd Ave.) Hours: 5-6 p.m. daily and'10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-.day, or by ' appointment Phone 1899. Manager, Miss E. S. Cook. ( PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSuRlTAL - Mrs. Van. Haarlem's priVjaJe Hospital and Maternity Hosne.' 704-6th Avenue S. Phone 74^.'" The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL for Surgical,'fediCal and Maternity cases. i' Graduate Nurses. Miss 3wayno;fiSuperintendent, 1224 7th Ave, ^outh, Bj}9aQ.134S. Lethbridge. NURSING NURSING-^The Jjrurslng Mission district -lyork;'obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office'hours: before 9 a.m., 1-2.30 p.m:'; evening 6-7. Miss � M. L. Cunnigham. Supervising Nurse, 630-12th' St. S. (Bartlett St.) Phone 1233. . JEDIICAHQNAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- s-ilbefta' j^Id'#.f^e(iSSriage. Day .''school and eyefiing.l'ciasse3. Bdok-'jkee'ping.r Sho?timd,:; English, Type-'^>'writing.:S6udenfisfniay enter at any time. A.' M.-'PCsfierV'^rin'clpal. Of-,. fice Phone .ISlij;. Residence Phone 1531. 287 DENTAL DR. J. M. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Doutal Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate.. Ofljice: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryaii block. Phone 1071. DR. O. COURTICE-13?!ntist, graduate of Northwestern University, Chicago. 111. Offlce hours: 9-12; 1-5. Rooms, 11 and 12, Macdonald Block, drs. marrs and marrs-Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc- � Clure.' Hours 9 to 5; Offlce, Hig-Inbotham Block. Phone 374. dr. E; G. simmonds, Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons, lEug.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L. D. S.. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-B, Office; 6-8, Post Office-block.' '  ^_ UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral Director, and Embalmer; also agent for the Soniervllle Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce opposite Court House. Phone 561; Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 117G. Open day and night 8. 'VrTnjRST-Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer; (Lady attendant when desired) Donnan block, 401 2nd Avo. S. Phone 1802; night or . day.__ AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all kilnds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and fann . sales ' a specialty. Offlce at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404' 13th St North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 5S5. Downtown offlce at the Lothbridger W^eyburn Realty Co., Phone 1173. EDUCATIONAL 1 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE - will be closed during the summer from June 27th till opening of Fall Term, August 25th. The ofHce will be open' one week before that date. ' Watch for opening announcement. A. M. Fisher, Principal. Offlce phone 1315; residence phone 1531. 162-0 SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 6 and 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Box 657. Phone 1042. CONTRACTING CARPfeNTER BROS.-General Builders and contractors, also basement floors', concrete and sidewalk work. We raise and move buildings. Estimates tree. Phone No. 1418, PAINTING ELECTRICIAN L6ICESTER ELECTRIC -COMPANY Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus installed. Repairs promptly executed. S. O. B. Building. 10th St. South. Phone 1332. . . � LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application for Retail Liquor LiceiiHe Application has been made by Robert L. Wrightson for a license In respect to the hotel he proposes erecting on Lots 15, 16, and 17, Block 146, Lethbridge. �  This application will be considered by the Board of License Commissioners at a meeting to be held in the Court House, Medicine Hat, on Friday July 18th, 1913, at 10 .o'clock ;^.pj.y, , Dated at Edniontoiittila'Twentieth clay of June 1913. > * : ' w , L. F. Clariyi '�: ' 164-1 Deputy Attorney -.peneral. NOTICE Local Llnion No. 384: To the Citizens of,. Lethbrldgeff.TaKe. Notice: '.; , I, John n. Sumner, president of Local Union No. 384, declare that the undermentioned names are the only Union Painters in Lethbridge Cltyi John R. Sumner, President. -F. J. Webb, Secretary-Treasurer. .. Bro. W. Shaw, J. A. Mason, Arthur Shaw. J. Stussi, J. Treliving, and F. J. Dillion. , 164-6 NOTICE TO PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Wanted, estimates for the installation of steam heating and plumbing In Taber Hotel, Taber, Alta. Apply to Oiezentanner & Roberts, Props. 158-1^. BOARD iNDJROOM BO.ARD AND ROOM - Modern con-I venIonceB,:.use Of slaiio; $B' per week. Ajwk S34-7tlj St, 3.; JBiiono 1231. 45-2 -J. E. SIMONS CO., Up-to-date' Decorat-. ing. It-'s the qiuility. durability and appearance of our work that increases our business daily. Painting, -Paflering . aiud ' Kalsomlnihg. PhoflQl216. 713 3rd Ave. S. TANNERY CALGARY TANNERY CO., LTD, EAST CALGARY, ALTA. - Hides apd furs of all kinds dressed and tanned, bought and sold. Write for price list, full with information. WHOLESALE HYDE �, SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS in hay, grain, potatoes. . Write,'Wire-or phone.ior quotations on car or small lots, mixed cars, etc. We guarantee choicest quality. Let us handles your wheat. Satia-'faction guaranied. 210 PIANO TUNING is; H. cripps-Expert Piano Tuner, �' 1253 Sixth Avenue A. South, Phono � 1168. 1 Cleaning and Pressing j WE CLEAN, PRESS AND REPAIR both Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothing. Steam br dry cleaning our specialty. Goods called for and delivered. Phone 1074. E. W. Kingston, Tailor, 70e .3rd Ave. S. 163-0 PRAYING OF ALL KINDS Western Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-C.P.R. Freight 8h�d� -PHONES- Office: : : 1163 and 462 Stable-1065 NUT COAL Lump, also Mine Run, Screenings, . Ton or Car Load Lots. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1475 CO. O. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT ING COMPANY, LIMITED In the sprang the refreshing properties of our Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated One's lassitude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the system adjust itself to the change of season On sale in kegs for a limited time THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 Do it for Lethbridge smoke' �MI PERLA" and "LA DELL A" cigars. union made. At all first class Hotels and Cigar stands. The Buffet Lunch Next Door to Empreas Theatre Under new management Everything up to date Prices Reasonable OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ROBT. C. FITZSIMMONS, Prop. TIME TABLES EFFECTIVE JUNE let, 1913. R. Q. McNEILUIE. Dlfltrlct.Passenger Agent, :�. Calgary,- ^ ' PONY EXPRESS Office 408 11 AlVT) Round St. J PHONE 632 TRANSFER J. Figgins, Proprietor TRUNKS DELIVERED To any part ot the city. Furniture Removed; Coal C.O.D. PATENTS "The Old EstobHahed firm" TORONTO IHwdOffnt) I OTTAWA M�L�ANR 8ttl