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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta + 1/ t THE. LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, March 7,1011. Professional Cards LEGAL SOHNSTONE a R|TCHlE-.B�rrl� Urt and olldtor*. ornce, djoinlnn Union Bank, Letbbrtdge. L. M. J���i� �tone; J. Norman RUcbl*. ARCHITECTS C0NY8EARE, CHURCH A McAH. THUR-Bariivtera, Solicitors. No Unos Public and Cocumiaaiosera Conybearo Block. U�thbrldg�. Alu. t. J. SHEPHERD- BarrlBter. Solicitor and Notary. Mon�y to loan. Offices Id Canadian Bank of Commtrc* bldg. M. A. J. MACDOUQALI.-BarrlatAr. SoUdtor. Noury. Room 14. SUtford Block. W. V, POAPST-Barrtater. Solicitor ft Notary. Monor to loan. Southard Clock. IflacKENZIE A MENZIE-Barriatsrs, Solicitors, Notarlea. Southard Blk. Money to loan. H. W. Manait; E. C. Mackenzie. 2t-0 MITH i CAMErtON-.Barrl8t�rt. oUcitorR, notarla��, oto. 4 AlbsrU Block, Round Street B. Andrew Emfth. B. A., Lk L, a; Jobn J. Cam-oron, L. L. B. HOHN R. PALMER-Barrleter. gollrV tor, etc. Room 105 Sherlock Building, Redpath Street. WM. T. W!LUIAM�-Arcbiteot, Whitney P!oek. Late of WlUiama Bros- Aichtteots.' Detroit JA3. A. MACDONALD-Arcbiteot, Macdonald Block. Radpatb gtroet Lethbridse, Alt*. ERNEST E. CArtVEN, M.B.A.A, M.R A., A.A.I, etc.-Arobltect. Sherlock Block. Phone 1841. H. M. A W. A. WHIDDINGTON-Refd Archileou. 211 Sherlock Block, Lotfe brldga. Pbona 14t�. CONTKACTOKS WILLIAM WATTS-BuUder and ��� tractor. BsUmates free. Repalra and alteratlona. Office room 6, Bryan Block. P. O. Box 613. CONCRETE WORK-Ordara eiacuted for cement sidewalki, bMemente and ether concrete work. Art atona allls and UnteU nude to det�a Concrete biocka and brick alwaya on hand. H. J. Goode & Co.. Conciete Factory. 628 Smith St, Phone 1244. MEDICAL R. W. t. GALBRAITH-Phrsldan, BurBeon. Accouchert Houra-Befor*  am.: a-�; 7-� PJa- Ott�o� Third Ava. 8. ioCTOR MEWBURN-Radpatb Wt, Be'ore 8 a. m.; 2-�: 7-8. BR. McNALLV-Office Stafford block. ReBiddnce 313 Westminster Rd. Office hours n-12; 1-3: 7-8.30. Otflcs Phone 319; Residence 10�C. CRAO(>-Phyuclao, Sumaen, Accoucher. Office, �Jberta Block. Residence, aoraer ullya and Boat-Hours, nu; 8-4; 7-3.30. ii. O. THOMSON, B.A, M.O.-Phy-aldan. Surgeon and Accoucher Office, Douglas block. WostmiBster Road. Residaaca 320 Waiiwork St. Phone 47C. bR. TAYLOR-Eye. ear, nose and throat. Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phone office 341, residence 593. E. T. BROAD is prepared to take or^ ders for light mill work, such as ripping. Jointing, grooving, planing, band sawing, &c. Window and door frames made up on short notice. Office and factory near 7 th Ato. S., east of 12th St. P. O. Box 730. Phone 710, 61-0 Mirsic MADAM NORMAN-Orchestral plan-, iste. and 'teacher of pianoforte, organ, theory, harpony and voice production. Engagements accepted. 25 years experience in operatic, dramatic and vaudeville. 504 Court-land St. 72-0 MR. J. W. JONES-Organist and choir master at St Augustln'a church, gives lessons in voice cultivation, o^ gan and pianoforte playing and the ory. Ca&dldatea prepared for musical examlnatfena. Btudlo Boom S, Bryan Block. DR. CRAWFORD-Pbyslctan. Sufgeon and Accoucher. Office Staflord B�k Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlet Bt, phone 621. Office hours. 10-13; J-5; 7-9. BR. LAPFERTY-Physician and B'U' eeon Bryan block. Room 31. OHlco fcours. 9-12; 2-6: 7-10. Phone 658. VIAVI VIAVI-Lsthbrldge Vlavl Ce� offices 983 Qlyn Street. Hours 10-12 a m.. 6-8 p. m. Mrs. Annie Lingard. manager. P. O. Bos 2081 NURSING MURSiNG-The Nursing Mission die- n. Y. W. 0. A. 83-0 horse power, almost new. Applt Box 200 Herald. B6-0 Blacksmith i TO RENT-Blacksmith shbp, good lo-' cation. For Information write t. P. Thompson, Cout.ts, Alta. 67-6 Letlibridge Caledonian Society Meets Catedonia.T Hall, Olyn St., TO RENT-Store In Kennedy Block, North Ward, 14 feet by 44 feet and five living rooms, |35 a mouth. Apply T. Kennedy, Kennedy Hall. 68-6 BNT^^^^^PiTf'nisiietl rooms In the FOR Whitney Blk., next to Union Bank. High class and strictly modern, with steam heat oud bath, Cigarebte and liquor fiends need not apply. We cater to people of taste. C. e. Brower, 4OS Ford St. Phone 444. 68-6 TO~RENT-Furnl s"h ed Horace Secord, a I'loneer of the province of Ontario, and a nephew of Laura Secord, the Iirrdine of the War of 1S12, is dead. The Inte Mr. Secord who was iu his STtli year, was the eitl-_______________._______ est son of the late Georsp O. Swortl, ^ RENT-Two fine offices In the Mondiys and "fhursdaysrirom' 8 tlli of the Hamilton and Burlington road, Johnson Block. W. U. Johnson Land 10.30 p. m. All Scotchmen v/eicoms jWentworth county, urr3yor; Irrigation engineer, P. O Clock. Phone 611. R. E. McARTHUR-Civil Engineer-Industrial Spurs. Railways. Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage. Irrigation, Plans. Estimates, etc., 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1438. PHOTOGKAPHY )�Hu.i OURAPHERS-Jorgenson Broa Hours trom i a.m. till 6 p.m. Stu-dio yo6 Third Ave. eouLb. next door to Baptist church. AUCTIONEERING W.' L. WILSON, The Auctioneer.- Can be found at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 Westminster Road. It you are going to hold an auctijn Bale rlQK up 1023 or 685 and ha will call oh you. . 290-0 PAINTING W. R. BROWN-Painter, paper-hanger, kalsomlner, carriage and automobile palnUng a specialty. Estimates freely given. '313 Rogers St Phone 720. ACCOUNTANTS W. p. WING-Chartered accountant Audlti:-, liquidations, general accounting, and advlco thereon. Acadia T jUbt-I^'#tbbridge.-Alta. Phone 1247. C. OE LA CONDAMINE-CiTll and Mining Engineer: Irrlgatiog Engineer; Dominion Land Surveyor. Room :i 1, Sherlock Building. MANICURING, ETC. MI33 V. O'CONNOR-Haw goods, hair dressing, manicure, combings made up. orders taken (or Spirlllt corsets. Acadia Block.. Rodpath St., Lethbrldge. PIANO TUNING A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner, 123r. 6tb Ave. South (Courtiand.) Box 1822. Agent for Gerhard Heintzman Pianos. Phone 1168. 301-O HORSE REPOSITORY HORSE REPOSITORY - Horse-s bought, sold and exchanged. A laige consignmfnt of heavy and Hght horses from Eastern Ontario just arrived. Dealer in 2nd hand rigs, harness and bicycles. Wm. Levillie, oor. 4th Ave. N. and.l2tli St B. North, North Ward. P. 0. Box 1873. 62-26 THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating. P.O.Box 663, Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone 485 Office & Workshop 610 Burdstt Street. R. C. Mc dure S. Knapman PUBLIC NOTICE wanted-Man and women to learn barber trade in 8 weeks; tools furnished; situation or location guaranteed; iUustratetd catalogue free. Moler System Oollega, 609 Centre St, Calgary. B3-0 WANTED-Experienced Hart-Parr engineer for season 1911. Only first class man wilt be considered. Davis farming Co., Taber, Alborta. 62-12 WANTED-^Female teacher for New-lands, S. D. No. 1145, holding let or 2nd class certificate for Alberta. Duties to commence at once and run to end of year. Apply to Robert Todd, official trustee, Lethbrldge, Box . 222. WOMAN WANTED-First class cook for Hotel Diamond, Diamond City, Alta. Apply airs. Smith Y.W.C.T,U, Lethbrldge, 67-0 S'OR SALE OR RteM* business in Milk River. A going concern, including 3 h.p. gasoline engine and trip hammer. Dwelling and 3 lots go with the business. Apply James Thomption, 1-1-17 Ooutta, Alta. _ 67-i t'OH SAtfi OR BXCHANQB-Nearty new Savage Rifle .803, 200 ahells, for heavy double harness or aaddle. O.B. Footo, Klpp, Alta. At Lethbridge Collieries. 67-8 FOR SaL13-Two paBsenger ^(itomo-blle in good condltlohi Top buggy, also democrat. Light set double ha��-neas. New 3 1-2 wagon. Smith Premier 'typewriter. Will consider real estate in exchange, but not for Inflated real estate equities .' Professional traders call early so as to be waited on first. Giilvlu & Hatfield, Ott Block', Lethbridge. Phone' 1425. 68-0 HOUSES TO RENT-Two fully modern seven roomed brick houses, 205 and 207 Bompas (Fifth avenue). Rentals 130 per month. Also furnished rooms. Apply P. O. Box 8 of 42B Gait street. 70-6 Notice is hereby given that from and ' STORE TO RENT-With 7 rooms over after this date, no interment shall take *ater and sewage. Suitable for res-place in the Lethbridge Public Oeme- taurant of rooming house, central, teo' or St. Augiistiu's Cemetery, un-1 stable in rear. Applv J, Tuff, West-til the land and grave-digging have njmater Store, opposite Ellison Mills, been paid for. Mr. Gordon Watt, resident caretaker (P. 0. Box 575) has been authorized to receive monies for land and gi-ave-digging. Those persons who have certjficait-es of land or plots in either of these cemeteries, will please present them to the Secretary-Treasurer, City of Lethbridge, so that they can be registered and certified 'to. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. Dntecl at Lethbridge this 6th dav of March, 1911. 71-4 iO-6 FOR RENT-New cottage, 4 rooms, pantry, cellar, water, first class shape, close to track and elevators, reason-able. .Apply at 119 16th St. North. 72-6 WANTED-Pin setters at the .-Vrcade bowling alleys. Good wages and permanent positions to right parties. Ap-_________ plv at the counter. 71-2 HORSES FOR SALE-Team of two -^---;-;--- good young horses, weighing '24 hun- WANTBD-Houseiceepe:- on fnrm l.y dred-welght, also one carriage horse, man with two children, glri 8 years liundred weight. Apply A. W. Mun-old and boy five years old. Good n^...e. roe, cor. Isi Ave. and Sixteenth St., to right party. For further particulars .^ovth Ward 69-6 write to B. O. Cuddlngton, WInnlfrod rW^ALE-^Fiiriiss Incubators-�51 __-i-- Brooders, Best on the market. A WANTED-Good general servant, a , gtot'k of these high brade machines al-smart capable glri. Apply Mrs. R. � .^^ays on hand. J. P. Thom, Coaldale, 69-8 fully modern house; suitable for two; half block south of Central School, 623 ; Ripley, '413 TwerfthSt.s' YBartl�tt St.")' Ii",^ 9th St, (Coutts), 69-Oxi 71-6 ^~__ ply Mrs, Asqulth 719 Guiness St. 71-0 , , , u. � r, WANTfit) AT-^Cfi-Experlenced ^ "J'mZ �a�f ^f"".^^/?^-M^! dining room maid. Apply Empire Ho- '"""^ Coald^e. Not tel, Macleod, Alta. .jj^ g frosted and absolutely free of foul WANTED-An Improver and an ap- prentice for millinery at once. Apply | Mrs. Mackle, Victoria Mansions. 71-2 ; FOR seeds. Jno. McD. Davidson, Coaldale, 70-S SALE-Improved WANtED-Olri for general hwie-i Type"wrlterB, neariy new. Underwood A bargain. Apply at once Box 28, Herald oflce. 70-6 BOX 417 - PHONE '1143 Western Plumbing Co., Ltd. Next Doo,- to Eurska MIGH GRADE PLUMBING AT FAi."� PRICES Alberta TIMOTHY & BLUE JOINT HAY All kinds of Hay, Grain ft Feed, always on hand at Warehouse-(Comer of Bart-lett St. and .A.rgy]e Ave. PHONE 683-BOX 1828 R. Stuckey & Son Succesors to The Waddlr^gton-Stuckey Co, Wholesale & Retail HAY AND GRAIN DEALERS Room 2-Dominion Bldg. FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY Wire or write us for quotations on car load lots delivered anywhere;. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Post Office Box, Calgary, Drawer 10? LOTS for SALE FOR SALE-Choice lots in the rising town of Camrose, Alberta, Terms. Apply The Alberta Loan anl Investment Co., Bryan Block, Lethbridge. 7-0 ; property for SALE FOR S.'VLE-Two one storey cottages on Smith street. Will be sold cheap if removed at once. Apply The Western Supply & Equipment Co., Limited, Bryan Block, City. 71-6 work. Apply 408 Cavanagh A.v�. 72-0 WANTED-A practical tailor for our__ _ cleaning, ps-eesing and altering do- 'fOR SALE)-English setters, pure brifl partment. Apply at once. McKelvle'dog. three years old, well trained, fine t McGuire. , 7^8 imposed dog J40, Pups, bitch throe months old, dog 1 month old, |10 each. LAWD FOR sale ALB6RTA WHEAT AND RANCH LANDS-We have tor sale upwards of 50,000 acres of Improved farm lands, close to prosperous townsltes, from ?18 to 140 per acre. Raw prairie from $18 per acre. All on terms to suit purchaser. Apply C. O'Connor, Lethbrldge City Police. 7U-6 S'Or SALE CHEAP-Machinists tools. Bolt taps, dies, pipe taps, hiimmers, wrenches, hacksaw, tireast drill, drill bits, high speed indicator, etc. Apply Many thousand acres of � City Cartage Co, 70-6 TENDERS WANTED Bulk and separate tenders wUl be received by the undersigned at his office in Lethbrldge, up to and including Saturday, March 11,* 1911, for the erection of brick business block on the site of the former Balmoral Hotel, in o.p,r. lands from 19 per A., payments spread over ten years at 6 per cent. We have a special offer to actual settlers. Write for our descriptive booklet "Alberta Wheat & Ranch Lands." Equity Trust & Loan Co., Carmangay, Alta. 65 0 p6R sale-N. W. 1-4 Section 12, Tp. 9, Range 17 West 4th M. Improvements: house, well, all fenced, 100 acres broken, ready for crop. To be sold before crop is put In at $30 per acre, half cash, r^st on time. For further particulars apply Joseph Ala-kavlsh, Raymond. 67-16 FOR SALE-Show case, eight foot ibev-elled plate glass, solid oak, practically new. Price and terms are right. Apply Box 30 Herald office, 70-0 Lethbridge, Alta,, for the e.xecutors of FOR SALE-A half section ot th the wm. Henderson estate ^^^^ 1^^^ p^j^^^ I^^,^, Ik Alberta Railway and Irrigation Go. offering for sale Tenders are solicited at the same time and place for the "wrecking" and clearing away of the former Balmoral Hotel buildlDg. Plans, specifications and ail necessary information may be had at the olflce of, W-M. T. WILLIAMS, Lethbridge, Alta. 70-7 A re th. cheapest lots on the market t) 175 eacK situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. 6YNOPSI8 ur CANAOIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS N.B.-Unautnorlzed pubUcailon of this advertisement will not be paid lor. Any person woo Is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years Old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land In Manitoba, SasKatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at tue Uomlnion Lands Agency or Sub-.'Vgency for the district Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by fnlher, mother, son, dauguter, brother or Sister of mtenciiug iiomesteader. uutles-Sis months' residence upon and cuUlvaUon of the land in easb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of bis homestead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned or occupied by blm or by bis father, mothor. son, daughter, Drother or nister. In certain distriota u nomssteader In gooa standing may pre-empt a quarter-aeotton alongside Ws borne-stead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties -Muat* reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (Including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate tilty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead tn certain districts, frice $3.00 per acre. Duti'.es-.Must resids six months in each of tbree years, cultivate fifty acres end erect a nouae worth |300.oo. W. W. CORT. Deputy Minister of the Interior, _QtUwa. Canada. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN - Blue prints and typewriten spedfioit-tlons ,of homes from $6 up toy practical expert in modern and up-to-date houses and bungalowa. References. BOK 1980. JU-6 .e Indian Reserve, two miles from Brocket on the Crows Nest Pass Line. Very level and no better land in the province. $1,000 handles it, balance to the government in 9 annual payments with low Interest. This is a bargain. Address Box 188 Macleod, Alberta. 67-6 FOR S-\t^E-A section of land near Lethbridge on crop payments. The land is partially improved and will be sold at $20 per acre. This farm is worth much more than the price asked, but it belongs to a man who must sell. W. H. .Tohnson Land Co., Johnson Block, 323 Fifth St. 68-6 FOR sale OR TRADE)-Ten acre irri-____ gated garden lot wjth house, stable I LOST-Between Sherlock building and and chicken house, close to city. Will post office, open face gold watch with For SALS^Plano and pianola player, with bench and music. This outfit goes at $350. Mason & Bisoh Piano Co., new Dominion Blk., 6th St. Phone 791.  72-6 F^ft~SALE-Team of maros weighing about twenty-two hundred -weight. Gentle and perfectly broken. Apply Box 3, Herald office.__72-,S for SALE-Piano practlonlly new at a sacrifice. Apply Room 89, Do* minion Building. _72^ FOR SALE-One PterleM Incubator, nearly new, $30, a bargain. Also one same size and make In good condition, $12.50, the owner having a 70 per cent, hatch with these machines. Also a family knitting mischine which recently cost $30, Will sell for $S0, For quick sale, J. T, English. Apply BOl McNabh St, North Lethbridge, 72-6 LOST AND FOUND STRAYED-Two brown mam in* ec?lt, branded "jfy on utt thigh; one has white scum over left eye, tho other has wire out on knee; well matched team, weight 1160, $10 re-ward to anyone returnlni the same to John Oarr, Box 14, Taber, Alta. trade on city property. Apply P. o. Box 2005. Phone 1156 City. 71-6 fok SALE or EXCHANGE-160 acres good whea-t land, 4 1-2 miles from Barons, 21 acres breaking, $21 i per acre. Terms easy. Box 6, Noble, Alta. 71-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED, lots-We have bona fide inquiries and sale for lots in Blocks 68, 69 and 70, also in Blocks 118 to 127 Inclusive as well as several sales for lots in Duff Addition at right prices. Send us full information jf lots you have for sale, prices and torms to p.o. Box 679, Lothbridge, Aita,_49-0 Wanted t3 exchange-$3ooo equity in double brick house for farm land. Galrin * Hatfield, Ott Block, Lethbridge. Phone 1435. 64-0 WANTfcD TO fi^CrtANOft-fidison to juaumainitK-HOison phonograph, 40 records, new, cost $50, for tools suitable for man running steam traction engine. Apply Box 35, Herald. fob attached. Fob set with an amethyst. Finder leave at Herald office. _71-2 FOUND-A lady's bangle, on MrS Avenue North. Owner can have same by paying cost of advertisement. Apply 214 Twentieth St. North. 72-2 l5St-fakmrirom K. of P. halT one pair of ten foot stop ladders some time last month. Whoever has ^ame please return to K. P, hall. 72-8 situations WANTED BOOKKEEPER-Practical expert in most up-to-date systems, wants merchants' or traders' bookkeping, accounting or auditing as evening work. Reliable, best references. Box 26, Herald Office. 67-6 wanted-By steam SITUATION traction engineer, experienced. Wants work that will last all seaaon. APPb' Box 29, Herald, _ 68-6 SITUATION WANTED-AS  ateaip traction engineer. Experienced. Ap-68.6 ! nly Box 40 Herald._ 69-6 N-v ANTBD-^Anyone who has, or -will have, store room in central location for rent, please cororauni g*e wlih J, A. H., Box 845, Sheridan, Wyoming, giving dimensions, location and rental. ' 70-6 WANTED-5 or G head of mares brok-en an**gentle to work, about 1150 to 1250 In weight; also a saddle horse for lady. Must be single footer and perfectly gentle. Address Box 11, Hernld ofllce. 70-6 A0ENT8 WANTED agents wanted-Uve m&ix or wo-man wanted for work at home paying $2.00 to $3.00 per day with opportunity to advance. Work not difficult and requires no experieno*. WiustOu Limited, Bpadina Ave,, 'ilotonto. 58-1 SEED WHE,AT A 0AT8 PbR SALE FOR SALE-Cleaned seed wheat at $1,10 per bushel. t. S. Lanier & Son, Box 1808 City, _71^ FOR BALE-80.000-buahels of pnre Newmarket sed oats. I do not buy oats, but grow them inyself. Seed, carload lots, 35c per bushel bulk. Feed 32c bulk, carload lots. Small quantities seed sacked 50o per bu. J. C. Wakolln. Lajord, Sask. 71-0 BOARD AND ROOM board and room-With use Si phone and piano. $5,00 per week. tSi Qlyn St Phone 1238. 7a-�^ BOARD AND ROOM-Suitable for 4 or 5, young ladles preferred. Apply phono 704 or 1230 &th Ave. South.. 61-9 Pi ;