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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBOE JbAILY HERALD Thni'S(l�T.'June 2(\. lOl?* The Quickest, Surest aM Cheapest Way Is Still ''The Want Ad. I.. The Modern Method of Renting Rooms or Homes DID YOU EVER STOP to roaliie thfit'^ome of the nicest apartments ami homes in this city are apparently never for rent, ai>d yet are always rented? Did you ever wonder wljy you �eem never to have an opportunity tor securing such a pUc� for yourself? The nnswer is that such people never use signs whert-you expect to find signs. Piiey do not proclaim the fact that their property is for rent by sticking signs in their windows. They do not desire a horde of people tramping through their eicluaive homes. They are Just as desirous of renting their houses as any other Isndlord. But they desire th�4r houses rented to the right people in the right way. If you will follow the rentnl announcements in this paper In the columns of Want Ads,, ycu will always liud some of thece desirable places offered here. Lsually in these announcements, all naj:essary facts ar� gi-en, so that you knuw Immediately wiiether or not any cspecla! properly being offered for loase Is suitable to you. Try looking over these rer.tpl colugins fpr the home you expect to lease. This Is the s'jrest wfcy of finding such a homo as you desire, liecausn most '.liyople having belter plauea like these to rent ii*e this niathoil �c!u8(v'�ly, tn looking for a place to live u?e yciir he4d. not yctir feet-an ounce of in-telllyeoce is woiiir. a ton of shoe leather, 25 words, 2Bc an intertion; 8 InserHons for the price of 4. -MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE- r PROPERTY FOR SALE " J FOR SALE-S.even roomed fully mod-ern house on lot and a halt, near car lines. Small cash payment, balance monthly or halt yearly. Apply to owner on promises. B26 14th St, S. Phone 11S4, 163-6 n>R SALE-33',& .N U'S feet, Black G, on 12th St. A. Cellar and cement walls. Piice $1450-terms �?2r.O cash, biiUinoe 5 equal annual payments, at S% interest. N. B. Peat & Co., 570 Phone; Room 5, McDonald Block. 161-6 I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS OIL STOVE WA.\'TBD-We would like to rent or buy an oil stove for use in Y.M,C,A. cafe; south of poultry building durins I'^air week. Stove must be In good condition. Telephone Y,SI,e,A. omce, . FOR SALE-Four roomed cuttige. scullery, pantry,- verandah, : cellar, with first class poiHtry plant attached. Full lot. all rioSv. $S50-terms. 'Hieh/leld. Sunnyslde," or P. O. Box SOU, City. 163-r. 0.\ BEAUT/Pt'L onCHARD HOME Kootenay i.,ake for sale at snap price. XIne acres in producing trees. All conveniences. Boat service four times daily, electric light, water, telephone, postoPfice, hospital, church and I school. An ideal mountain valley ) homo ov8 J looking lake. For terms apply J. B. Wllkie & Co., Hull Block, lyeth'-iridge^ Ititi-� AVANTED-Day or ofllce work and cleaning by respect.ible lady. Apply Mrs. Poarcy. 31!' Avenue S, 163-6 WANTED-At once, two rooms furnished or unfurnished, modern conveniences, privilege of light house keeiv ing. Box 43. Horald. 164-G WANTED-Three hundred people to witness the illustrated lecture describing Ciinada's greatest pleasure resort. The most magnificent views to be seen on thfe Canadian west coast will be shd*n on the canvas at Y. M. C. A., Saturday. 2Sth, at S.30 p.m. Secure free ticket from Mitford and Co. 165-4 L LOST-FOUND LOST~.\ piece of pink cotton crepe ! buttonholed in white. Part of a dress, i' No use to anvone but the owner. Find-ier kindlv laave at HerHld offlco. 160xx STRAVICU-On my premises since I Feb. hvsf. Ub miles east Nolan's terry, (small sorrci mare, wliite face. 3 white feet, roached mane and tail: branded mx over bar oa right hip; owner remove and pay expenses. T. .McNabb.  162-6 SITUATIONS VACANT .VANTEI>-A general servant. Applv' l'236-5th Avenue A. S. 154-0 WANTED-A capable general servant. ipply to 917 7th Avenue South. 156-0 VANTSD^Experienced male clerk or general office work, must be able o use typewriter. Apply Box 3001, City. 156-0 JV'ANTED-Men ana women to learn larber trade; tools given each stud-mt; large demand for graduatos. Now c splendid time to learn. Catalogue ree. Holer College, Calgary. Albsna. 282-0 VanTED-A general servant for a imall family: good wages. Apply to :04 12th St. S. l'.:!-fl c TO RENT FOR RENT Fully modern, ^K>t roomed house, 613 qth St. S., imfijetl-iate possession. Apply to C. W. Gray 310 3th' St. South.__138-7^0 FOR RENT-We have a first class room for rent ivith shower bath and plunge privilege. Apply Y. M. C. A., corner 4th ave. and 10th st. S. 15n-0 TO RENT-Two double furnished tiont rooms on first floor, suitable for tour gentlemen. All modern conveniences, close in. Apply 701 5th Are. South. TO RENT - Large furnished room, suitable for two gentleman; moaern conveniences. Apply fi22 10th S. S. STRAYED-About May 4tli, from sec tion 0-6-17, one ten year old 1100lb sorrel horse, branded reverse RS and N over D on left shoulder; one white faced two-year old tali brown mare, bianded .'^W iconnected) on right cheek and reverse RS on left shoulder; also one two-year old bllck mare, with same brands as brown mare. $15 reward for information leading to their recovery. R. B, .Skfelth, New-Dayton. Alta. Phone .donn'ection. 166-ff LOST-Ladies' gold filled watch size 6. plain case set with 3 diamonds, but 3 missing. Hampton movement. Mrs. Redcliffe. Calitoraiaff pranks' Wild West Show. Exhibition Grounds. 164-6 STRAYED-A liberal reward will be si\en for any information leading to the recovery of one 5 _year-old bay mare, branded O over 9 on left shoulder; one hay mare branded c' -�-> left shoulder (should have foal) o- Also one bay gelding branded AN on right shoulder and a bay two-year old filly, very gentle, no brand. A. H. Knight. Phone 1260. . 164-12 15.00" "Hi: WARfT^frayetT one ivFo-year old brown horse colt, branded 4-H on right shoulder. Had halter on. Notify Oscar Nelson, Barney, Alberta, and receive reward. 165-6 (_Business Chances_^1 BUSINESS CHANt'E-,\ proposition that should interest you. Energetic canvassers required to obtain orders for private Xmns ureeiing Cards. Our sample book contains over 100 designs which sell at sight. Everybody buys private Xma^ c.Trds. Our agents are satisfied because they know orders are easily obtained. Apply Toothllls (Canadai Ltd., Princesg St. Winnipeg. 166-12 Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Aceoucher. Hours '.1-3; 7-S p.m. Ofllce: D14 Third Avenuo, Phone 319; Residence Phone 1090. DOCTOR MEWBURN-^Redpath St., _JBetore _2-3|^J7-8. DR. McNALLY-^Offlce Staft'ord "Blk., Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue, omco hours-H-12; i-3; 7 to S.30; OfUce Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. C, C. CfiAG'(5^ays"iolan, Surgeon, Aceoucher. Ofllce at residence corner 5th avenue douth and 7th Street south. Hours: S-9; 1-3; 7 to 8,30; Phone 1203. DR. TOLLER-Physlcinn and Surgeon OfBce Macdonald Block. Phone 1316. Residence 635 10th St. South. (Cutblll). Phone 1369. DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Eye, Nose, and Thrbat; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phone, olflce 341; residence 593. SURVEYING J. F. HAf.1ILTON, B,A.Sa.-Dominion an^ AJberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Enginnor. Rooms B and U. Whitney BlooU. P.O. Box e.";?. Phone 1042. CONTRACTING GENEiRAL CH-ANGE time EFFECTIVE JUNE list, 1913. CARPENTER BRps.-General Build ers and contractors, also basement floors, concretQ and sidewalk work. We raise and move buildings. Estimates free. Phone No. 1418. ELECTRICIAIx OSTEOPATHY TO THE CrnZEXS OF LETHBKLDUE: GREETIXGS: :S-OW KNOW YE That I, Willian David Livingstone Hardie, by virtue of the powers in me vested ,aS;;JIa>lor of the City of, L,eth-bridge,^do'hierjiby declare a half holiday on PRIIJaY, tlie 27th day of June a. D., 1913, from the hour of noon, and hereby call upon all good citizeijs to observe the. same. W. D, L. HARDIE, MAYOR. GOD save THE KING ;iRL WANTED-For general work, our miles from Lethbridge. Apply .Irs. Blue, 1205 6th Ave. S. 161-0 ^ANTiTD-At once a good reliable lousekeeper for small family. Elder-y woman preferred. Apply Mrs. r. . McNabb; will be in Lethbridge Heel on .Tune 26th. 162-8 VANTED - Competent servant for ;eneral housework. Apply Jlrs. E. B. ,1111, 702 11th St. S. 182-0 VANTED-On farm near Lelhhrjdge ixperienced dairy man, also man com-letent to take charge of farm as oreman. Good steady place tor Iglit man. Box 63. Herald. 163-6 VaNTED-Girl for general house-vork. must be fond of chiMren; no ooking, only light washing done In ouse. Apply 519 7th St, S. 163-0 A'ANTED-General servant. Apply Irs. Fred Kenny, 317 12th Street S. 163-ex VANTED-A good general servant at �nee. Apply Mrs. J. Jackson, 1263 5th ivenue South. 184-6 V.ANTBD-At once, a good servant, ne that can cook; best wages. Apply 32 8th St. S. 164-6 Va.VTED-Strong competent house-laid to travel. Apply to Mrs. Sibley, rivate car Primera,- Kline Shows. 164-6 V.A.N'TBD-By July .3rd, good general ervant. Apply 1249 4th Avenue louth. 165-S V.\.NTED-Girl or middle aged lady .t once as housekeeper on farm three Biles out. P. O. Box 1926. Phone lnra! 102. Chas. Glaspey. 165-6 VANTED-General servant. Applv 14 6th Ave. A. South. Phone 1477. 166-6 For Sale or Exchange rOR SALE OR BXCHANGE--If you vish to exchange your property "for lomething, you want to see D. L. Kim->all. 207-210 Sherlock Building, Phone �21. 133-0 i'or Sale or exchange-two Irst class quarter sections, well im-iroved, Iron Springs (one clear title) iheap exchange on city property; ilso three good building lots for lOuse property. Let me know what :ou Kave.and I will see you. Reply )6x 59, Herald. 168-6 fOTICE-All kinds of property for ixchange or sale, either in Canada or J. s. D. L. Kimball, 207-210 Sher-DCk Blook. Phone 721. 163-0 fOR SALE! CHBAP~Or exchange, 1 iianola with |75 of music. This cost 600 without music 12 months ago, and s Just as good as when bought. What iffers? E. Goddard, Goddard, Alta. 164-6 TO RENT-Two roomed shack in .Alexandra addition, $6 per month. Apply to 966 11th Street S. 158-Ox FOR REN'f-Six roomed fully modem, furnished house for three months, commencing July 1st. Apply Dr. Taylor, Suite 6, Dominion Block._16.S-0 TO RENT-One large well furFished froi\t room on car line. Apply i;Ul 6th Avenue South. ._163^-6 TCT'RElT'ir-Double and single roo'ins". with board.. Also table board, 308 7tb Ave. A.S, Phone 1390. 165-6 FOR RENT-Three or four furnished rooms in modern house dowix stairs, for housekeeping, close in, by first of July. Apply 502 oth Avenue South or Phone 1101. 165-6 FOR RENT-Semi-modern 7 roomed house, in good condition, at 1913 8th Ave A. N. Rent 120.00 per month. Apply to Manager Central Lumber Co., 1407 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1492. 165-6 TO RENT-House No. 1225 6th Ave. South. Can give a lease on this property. Apply 1251 6th Ave. A. S., for particulars. 166-6 TO LET-No. 1250 5th Ave, $15.00 per month. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., Room 6, Macdonald Block. Phone 570. 166-6 LAND FOR ,SALE FOR SALE-5 or tan acre lots, plowed and irrigated, near school to be built at once, just east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd & Devlne. 103 Sherlock Building. Phone 1853. 79-0 ACREAGE FOR SALE-To wind up the estate of Thomai Kohucs the .td-ministrator offers for sale acre ,'ots Nob. 1, 4, and 5, east side .McKIUop St. North. This Js the finest acreage ^n the city today. Make me an offer for the three or single one. tDuethird cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 8 per cent. Highest or any offer not necessarily accepted. Apply E. M. Holmes, Creston, B. C. 163-6 FOR SALE-Improved, S. W. Quarter Section 16, adjoining tqwnsite at Kipp. Will sell at low price and take live stock as part payment. Apply 1223 3rd Ave. A. S., Phone 1460. 165-6 FREE HO.MESTEADS - 2,000,000 acres deeded lands, $S to $40 acre; ready for plowing; yields 25 to 60 bu. wheat; finest inland climate; low homeseekers' excursions; write for literature. Immigration Bureau, C. M. & St. P. Railway, Seattle Washington. 99T.Th. [ SITUATIONS WANTED ) fO TRADE-A fully modern house, jlose in, for a quarter section of land, rith clear title. AWite to Box 445, .ethbridge. 166-2 BOARD AND ROOM J JOARD aKD ROOM - Modern con-leniences, use of plauo; per week. ipply S34-7th St. B., phone 1238. 46-0 WlANTED-Position in office by young lady. Has just completed course in both bookkeeping and stenography. Is confident can give good service. Would supply for summer for anyone going on holiday. Apply Box 44, Herald. 164-6 WANTEI>-Man and wife want position. -Man thirty, wife twenty-four, baby one year old. Fully experienced farmers. Prefer a farm to manage. AH offers considered. N. e. L-je, Win-nifred, Alta. 165-6 LOST-Grey mare,'age 4 years, 1300 lbs. hind leg slightly ci^ippled, brand sheep hook 6 on right hip; reward $25.00. Notify John Risling, Burdett, Alta 165-6 STRAYED-To 422 12th St. South, one sorrel mare, branded ^ on right shoulder, wire cut on left leg; age 5 years. If not claimed in 3 days will be turned to Pound keeper. 166-0 Miscellaneous For Sale � ; NOTICE Local Union No. 384: To the Citizens of Lethbridge, Take Notice: I, John R. Sumner, president of Local Union No. 3S4, declare that the undermentionefl' names are the oniy Union Painters in Lethbridge City. John R. Sumner, President. F. J. Webb, Seoretary-Treasurpr. .. Bro. W.-:Shaw, J. A. .Ma.'^on, Arthur Shajv. J,.,Stus3i,|J,oTrelivlng. and F. J. billion, ,W. C.-,S. Campbell. 164-6 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 be^re 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. Bckstorm proprietor., 136-0 FOR SALE CHEAP - Four second hand oars in good condition. These were taken in trade for new cars and as ws have sold out our business we will close them out cheap. Western Auto Co.. over Good's Grocery. 139-0 FOR SALE-Thoroughbred chickens; Light Brahmas, Barnrocks, Black Min-orcas. White Leghorns. Apply 323 16th St. North. 162-6 FOR SALE-Shack, considered, two rooms, pantry, clothes closet; plastered; built to be moved, no reasonable offer refused. Apply 1911 1st ^ve. North._163-6 FOR SALB:-One two year oid Poll Angus bull. Apply Bonnell Livery. 162-6 FOR SALID-Good Davis sewing machine half price. 610 10th St. South. 163-6 FOR 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 FOR SALE-New $550 upright grand Nordheimer piano, in use since last November, splendid instrument. I^rice and terras reaso.nable. Apply E. F. Layton, organist Knpat ; Clitjrchi^ QIS' 10th St. 3. 164-6 FOR SALE-A snap for quick sale, Oliver typewriter. No. 5, almost new, .53.5. Apply Box 60, Herald. 164-6x FOR SALE-15 good young cows witff calves at foot, and 2,3 good young cows coming fresh right along. Tc. take all, price $75.00 jjer liead; .including calves. W. Ingram, c/o Albferta Securities Ltd., Balmoral Blook, Lethbridge. 16,5-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY. TO LOAN-On well improv ed farm lands. Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Alberta Loan, Building, 5th St. ffoutb,. Phone UXi'e the conditions approved by the Master. Pur--ther particulars cah be had from David M. Ross, auctioneer. Dated at Calgary-, Alberta, this 16th day of April, 1913. A. Y. BLAIN, M. C. DR. LIONEL B. MASON-Graduate Osteopathic Physician. Member of College Physicians and Surgeons, Alberta. Suite 31S-18, Sherlock Building. Phone 1414, Take tiie elevator. At Medicine Hat Wednesdays and Sundays, MASSAGE MISS K. MAY HOLMES-Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Sweaish system) Electric and Vibratory treatments, Hydro-Theropy, Shampooing and the removal of superfluous hair. Treatments given by appointment only. Phone 1710. room one. Hull block. VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI CO., ofllce 1110 Third Avenue South, (corner of lith street and 3rd Ave.) Hours: 5-6 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by appointment. Phone 1899. Manager, Miss E, S. Cook. LEICESTER ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus installed. Repaiis promptly executed. S. O. E. Building, 10th St. South. Phone 1332. TANNERY CALGARY TANNERY C6., LTO, EAST CALQARY, ALTA. - Hides and furs of all kinds dressed and tanned, bought and sold. Write for price Hat, full with information. WHOLESALE HYDE & SAUNDERS-AVHOLESALE DEALERS in hny, grain, potatoes. Write, wire or:phone for quotations on car or small lots, mixed cars, etc. We guarantee choicest quality. Let us handles yotu- wheat. Satisfaction guaranted. 210 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRlPPS-Expert Piano Tuner, 1253 Sixth Avenue A. South. Phone 1168.-  Cleaning and Pressing WE.CLEAN, PRESS AND REPAIR , bath Ladies' aiid Gcntleraen's Clbtli-Ing. Steam' or dry cleaning our specialty. Goodj called tor and de-livcired. Phone l.pT4.' iB.VV. Kingston, :Tailpr, 7p6i3rtl A^o. S. 163-0 [ PRIVATE HOSPITAL ) PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van. Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 704-6th Avenuo S. Phone 746. The WfMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL for Surgical, Medical and Maternity cases. Graduate Nurses. Miss Swayne, Superintendent, 1224 7th Ave. south. Phone 134S, Lethbridge. r NURSING NURSING-The Nur.sing Mission district work; obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: before 9 a.m., 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. Miss M. L. Cunnlgham, Supervising Nurse, 530-12th SL S. (Bartlett St.) Phone 1233. Cafe For Sale B. C. Cafe. Ckiod: stand, -will sell cheap. Phone 1639. B. C. CAFE 410 5th Street Soiith. PONY EXPRESS Office 408 1. AArn f PHONE Round St. J �'^^^^ [ 6 32 TRANSFER J. Flgglm, Proprietor TRUNKS DELIVERED ' � To' any pari of the city. Furniture Rerrioved; Coal C.O.D; PATENTS "The Old Establljhed'Tlrnn" �roRONTO|H..dofn.t)l OTTAWA DENTAL DR. J. M. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons "Toranto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Hryan block. Phone 1071. DRTo. J. COURtTCE-Denfist, grad-uate of Northwestern University, Chicago. 111. Office hours: 9-12; 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-Dentists successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Glure. . Hours 9 to 5; Office, Hig-Inhothara Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS, Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L. D. S., 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office; 6-8, Post Office block. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral Director, and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561; Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. S. Y. HURST-Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer; (Lady attendant when desired) Donnan block, 401 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1802; night or day. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON-Provincial and city licensed auctioneer. Sales of iill kiinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North, Phone 1023, Residence Phone 585. Downtown ofKce, at the. Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Cd., Phone 1173, NUT COAL Lunnp, also Mine Run, Screenings, Ton or Car Load Lots. NEW BARNES MINE phone 1475 C. O. O. R.. G. MoNEILLIE.^ Dlstrjlct Passenger A^gont, Calgary,^ HOTEL OUTLET  PROCTOR,.B.C. Fishlhg, Boating, BMWng. An ideal place to sjpend yotur holldiiya. Day Rates......Sfgiand $ZM Weekly and Monthly Rates �a application. American' plan. G. AND P. SNOW, PROPS. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. .fJ'relght Sheds Office : : 1163 PHONES �! Office : : 462. Stables i � 1064 Do it fo^ Lethbridge SMOKE "MI PERLA" AND "LA DELLA" CIGARS. UNION MADE. At all first class Hotels and Cigar elands. The Buffet Lunch Next Door to Empress Theatre Under new management Everything up to date Prices Reasonable OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ROBT. C. FITZSIMMONS, Prop, W.LIiCUSCfl. Electrical Dealers Aiicl Coiiferactors Phone 637 70f>-3rcl Avenue S., Insure Your Crop Against Loss BY HAIL IT WILL BE TOO LATE AFTER THE HAIL STORM -- Rates 5'/2% and up. Notes acceptable R.V. GIBBONS & CO. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone 1191 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 13 8 6 Careful and phcmpt tervleat SACRIFICE SALE We will sell at below cost, a 13-raom, fully modern house, on two lots, situated within five minutos walk of the centre of the city. This would make ;ln ideal apartment and boarding liouse. No commissions; this is our property. Price $5,000.00. The Cascaden Land Co. OFFICE 10, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE - "Will be closed during the summer from June 27th till opening of Fall Terra, August 25th. The office will be open one week before that date. .Watch for opening, announcement. .A. . Fisher, Principal. Office phone 1315; residence phone 1531. Jfi2-0 PAINTING J. E. SIMONS CO., Up-to-date Decorating. It's the quality, durability and appearance of bur work' that increases our business daily. Paint-ing, Papering and Kalsominlng. ...vPhona:i216. .lU'-ZH Ave, 'S.> 448 ACRES ON MEADOW CREEK, NEAR KASLO, B.C., 300 ACRES NATURAL MEADOW. THIS WILL GROW ^THRfiE TON PER ACRE OF TIMOTHY HAY, WORTH ANY YEAR, $15.00 PER TON. ONE MILE FROM SIDING. WE WILL SELL YOU THIS AT A FIGURE THAT ONE GOOD CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND, BALAHCE OF ACREAGE GOOD FRUIT LAND. A BARGAIN O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FARM LOANa LETHBRIDGE, STAFFORD BLOCK , ALBERT* ;