Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Ijfcily Herald, Satdnlay. March SIN FARM LANDS acre I am u; e; all steam plow Part crop pay- acre dge, miles of Leih per acre, uud ea ie farm, seven les f ucre: 031LV ird years. ow acres OP one-half cash, ilanc to railroad, for Pine six room cottage in Riverview, 34 feet front- age on Bruntou street; only cash, balance very easy. Can give posseslon in week. Six room house on Hodgimm street, plumbing all in r.eady'to connect with sewer and water, 37 1-- leet fioutage, lor cash, balance easy. Well built 4-room cottage in JDuff Addition, or large iot, ?300.00 cash, balance per month. Lois 09 and lo, block 22 for terms. each, easy Lots 69, 70, 71, and 72 in block 2? for each, easy terms. Lots 7 to 14 Inclusive, block 24, facing the new school site, lor each, easy terms. Good 7-room house for rent. "1IDGE INVESTMENTS" XWELL HELGERSON Phone 777 "Herald" Want Ads. Have Wonderful LAND FOR SALE. KOR for sale by own- er. A-l wljeat lafid. No real estate UHMI need apply. Ask for Mr. Jordan ut the Windsor'Hotel. 81-0 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions .'_, Please Pay in Advance FOR SALE BY acres of fruit laud on famous St. Marys prairie B. C., 12 miles iroin'Cranbrook, two miles from partly unproved, ,50 acres broken, good water, wood j5 ai-res fruit planted, price per acre iP. O. Box 145, Craubrook. SO-6 NK OF CAN AD A ..................'___ .........________.___ Business Transacted. K DEPARTMENT rards received and interest allowed Cltas. Dowler has purchased a gas- oline plowing outfit and will start next week iu Tp. 12. R. 9. is about five miles north of Win- SNA section seven miles iron- Lethbridge, 85 acres broken, all fenced House, stable, granary and implement shed. an acre; part cash, bal auce terms to suit. McGregyr and Dicktron, room 4, Begin block, Phone 597. s 79-C LAND FOR the Cardston (iistvict; dairy farms luiprovexi, id per acre; land in- from 160 to 3000 acre blocks; best land for least money' in Southern Alberta. Irriga tion unnecessary. W. 0. Lee Co., Cardston, Aita. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE [FOR class seed oats I (Southern BaiumrJ. Apply A. M. Mac- iiiueen (520 Coutts St. or N. W. 32 T. K, U. 22, West'4. 83-G SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT I wiremen elect ric- situation as house-keep- None bu'c flrsl class men er; good cook and manager, where Uremner Electric Co. need little boy of five would not be objected to. Widower or bachelor preierred. WANTED- -A shingler to lay about Suite wages. Address Mrs. Hodgson, shingles. The Alberta Secur- Oeii. Delivery, Lethbridge P. 0. 83-1 jltles Ltd. FOR sale cheap, four head of young' mules, medium well oroken. nuke a good plow out- m. Apply Box Raymond. S3-B FOR Wsw. Anyone desirous of purchasing work horses u'p eail Pirthe Knfigtat bugar Co., Raymond, Aim. 82-i; in or near Letfh-bridge, gardening oV general work. Apply, by letter' to G Owiillatn, Post Office, Letwbrldge. S2-O 1 Engineer i'or gasoline ploughing engine. State references. Apply 11. A. Suggiti Coaidale, Phone HO. '82-0 Work by a young A cook and waitress -at experience as accountant Hotel Cecil 1282 Ford; St. S2-O bookkeeper. Also experience as j _ salesman Ju general store. C. S., Her- j man -who has some _ aid Office excellence in gardening and f lower 'y, North Wiird. Vogel, Noiunau St FOR of sale. Will make jMlce so that interest -will toe at 'per cent; 5 years to run O. Box 1997. Apply p. 82-Ox FOR Gardens. 10 acre tracts, choice irrigated land cultivated, for each; 1-4 cash; balance 3 years. Four and a half miles east of Lethbridge. The Alberta Securi- ties, Ltd. 71-0 -He expects to break up hundred acres and sow to flax for year's harvest. FOR farm, 40 acre's, ir rigated land with good reservoir, 4 1-2 a miles east of Lethbridge for, 1-4 L d >'eilrs- The Alberta t --------------------------------------------------------SLANTD FOR the Cardston R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN jdistrict; take a run down and sue THE STANDARD 'inhere the government gets its cat load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes; mixed fanning and dair land, improved for to 516 per'acre; froa ST. .W. R. SEATLE, Manager. i! i AUCTION PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating Get our will interest you. PHONE 485 SALE LANDS "yOTJCE is hereby given that pursu- SKINS WANTED In of all kinds. All hides should show An ant to, the order of The Honorable ithe Chief Justice made in a certain ac- itiou in the Supreme Court of Alberta Judicial District of Macleod, wnerein [The Canadian Bank- of Commerce is plaintiff and H. A. Donovan is defend- j One.to Four in Block lOne; Lots One to Four in Block Two; I Lots" One ib Eight in Block Three; ll.ots One to -Eight .in Block Five; LUMSDEN INQUIRY One to Eigh. in Block Six; Lots ______ jOne to Eight in Block 'One to Eight in Block Eight; Lots One March the Lums-jto Eight in Block Nine; Lots One to I jden inquiry resumed this morning R. C -m t0 j Eight in Block Eleven; Lots One to SITUATION you want a good traction engineer for steam or steam plow write H. E. Johnson. Hanbury, B. C., at once Sl-G man requires work iu any capacity; electrical In- strument mak r by tiade; good at lathe or vice work; experienced farm hand; can show good references, up niil 7 years with large electrical firm in Call at England. Apply Box 50, Herald. 7S-C j Ltd. WANTED-----Blacksmith; must be competent and reliable. Good wages es paid for tlie right man. Apply to Spring Coulse Trading Co. 81-0 first class weights who understand how to set m. Mil machineiT. Good waees. I 'edtJ FOR 100 bushels of Red Fife witieat.. This wheat lias taken first prise at District Fair the last two years and at the Agricultural Fair lust year, along with other prizes. Price ?1.25 per bus. Also about ISO bushels White 'mill machineiT. Good wages South Alberia Lumber Co., si-c _ grain. Price per bus. (Sacks not furnished) P. 0. Box 3S2 City Sl-i SITUATION and well dril-l young farm, hand wishes position by Her who is capable and experienced.! May 1st. Sober and steady. State wag '-State wages und experience. Address es. Box Herald. 78-12! Mr. u'ay Fleming, Grassy Lake, Alta. LOST AND FOUND Girl for flat wheat farms from S t'oVXD-By Lyle Fainmrst, u bund for "W. 0. Lee Co., Cardston .SO-6 j of letters addressed to Herbert' W. S voy, Lethbridge. FOR better wheat land in the 'world than we offer S'rom' to 531.00 an acre, one to fifteen miles from 'railway and town. Let us show you. Easy terms. Lonn- :paying for-this ad. same bv calling bundk Sa Owner can nave at Herald office and coal mine In excel- running and turning out CO tons of coal per day. The coal is mined and loaded on cars at Sl-G tlle mille al a of Tiiere Is on' liand seven tons of steel rails, ten oars, all tools necessary for house- j working mine. Can work 20 inen. wages The coal is of the very 'best quality 81'3 and sells well. There is tons lor coal in sight which is mined and bay. horse, white face, right hind t'ooi white, branded angle over E quist Sharp Co., 11-12 Southard on right side of neck. Reward if porter, one not [loaded at a profit of per ton, an-awi. of kitchen girl and; making the profits of this mine now' ____.-i dining 'room -.maid.' Hotel sight This mine must iiow island. Sl-G j be sold. Will sell for small amount cash.and will take balance on time vV experienced bookkeep take good property in exchange. "on the Square'1 Lethbridge. 405 Smith St. Smith, counsel for the National Trans- commission read the-opin- ion of Donald Me Master, K.C., now a member of the British House of Cora-' mons, to ihe effect that he little doubi that rock found in masses of more -than one cubic yard Eight in Block Twelve; Lots One to Eight in Block Thirteen; Lots One to Eight in Block One to Bight in Block Fifte_en; Lots. One to Eight iu' Block SixUen; Lots One to hka ve-fv Eigtit in Block Seventeen; Lots one to terms; ve roomed house on :J Eight in Lots One to and half lots, McKay street, near ,n ledges w fa Lots One to elegant terms. W. t.l-i J _ _- _ _ H ft -_ i n in BlocK Nineteen; Lots One to in Block 'twenty; Lots One to should be clased as" solid rock when Eight in Block Twenty-one; Lots One in the opinion of the engineers k would ito B'Sbt in Block Twenty-two; Lots be reoK.ve, four; Lots One to Eight in Block IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Twenty-five; Lots One to Eight in DISTRICT OF MACLEOD Block Twenty-six; and Lots Oae to BETWEEN FONG TONG. Plaintiff. j Eight in Block Twe'ntyseven all inclus le to PIatl :k o (and FONG WING, Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thar tenders .or -the purchase of the stock in trade, furniture and effects of thr above named Defendant, Pong Wing. Hh 'will be received by the undersigned 4.] up to Wednesday the 23rd day o' 4 March, 1910. Invoice lists of the stocV oimay inspected at the .office of the undersigned at the Town Clares- holm. FURTHER -TAKE NOTICE thait in-ihe event of no satisfactory ten- ders being received within 'the time above mentioned, the said stock in trade, "furniture and effects will be North East quarter of Section Five and part of the South East quarter of Section Eight ih Township Three, Twenty-Five, .West of the Meridian in the .Province of Alberta of record- in the Land Titles Office for tne South Alberta Lan-.' Registr 4937 those portions of the said South East quarter of. Section Eight which are not 'comprised in said plan "Cardston 4937-1" excepting thereout the North half and the South East quarter of legal subdivision Eight excepting out of the. above lands al1 81-0 returned to Albert LOTS FOR SALE FOR lots with 1 1-2 storey house, in Duff Addition. A snap at Complete March 1, 10. Write Box 11. Herald Office. 53-0 North ier wl10 knows a little about steno i1' SVM seH half Interest in mine-to Apply to the Manager of tlu party familiar with mining if they _ (Standard'Garage, Wood St. S0-Cican take personal charge of it and JLOST-P.ah- of grey trousers. win w for return to Room 115 Sherlock Blk.! .wanted for attend to it._ W. H. housework at once. Apply Mrs. H. M. ohllson Co- Rooms o to Cornell, 629 Bartlett St. so.c} Johnson Block 323 Round St. 81-3 FOR choicest lots in Alex ander Addition. Price each. Easy i the Herald office. tem LOST-On. Fiiiday a tor- experienced SALE-Going to iniurove vour' rijjQioa Lpfn i. iiii iv liccvi ci brld-e Hotel arid the residence of servant. Apply Mrs. Geo. ,B. MacKay. I us bid on some barbed -.r _ _residence oi -as .Woctmtnai.OT. and fence posts. Lonnquist Co., 11-12 Southard Block. 81-6 W.D.L.'Harclie. Reward for return to terms. 'Apply Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co., Ltd., 416 Dufferin Bryan "Block. 77-C FOR "SALR-Lots-ta North Ward near dark Also new school, ance in 3 and AJcKajv'.street near school, on Bow Island., one elding, branded on jaw. oay, blazed face, w, V over C lying Both had halters on. 'bay one 50S Westminster Road. boy. for general work. Apply Dr. F. H. Mewbtirn, Redpath St 79-f FOR hay and oats in large or small quantity, light draying and transferring. Apply Jobn Dixon, North Lethbridge, tele- j good all around farm one-third cash, bal down. Both had'hakera on. ancl team. Job can last all yeai months. Lot 45x155 returned to Nf. LakemanrBow .satisfactory. Apply Dobbin. V81-3 I310 Glvn bl- poles, old linur bill and-fit you out with evcry- you need in building line lots on Glyn street close in on terms W. H. Johnston Land Co.. Rooms 5 to -c SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-tJohnson block, 323 Round St, 79-fi WIST LAND REGULATIONS ,i "VOTTf'F .iiiy person who tht aoie hejwi on family, or any male over 18 years olil, niny a quarter-seciion oi Dominion land in Mani- toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. FOR modern house anc? two lots on Glyn street near "Bompas on good terms; greatest snap-ever fouwu worK ;iorses m inside lots at once and board in quiet ladings. No eastern horses. All west- S2-BJPOR SALE-Seventy head of drivers good work horses, Ownersonly answer. R., Herald. 53-0 i comfortable .home Apply 215 Ford cm climated horses. Apply j n jSt. next to the Castle Hotel. TO CREDITORS not too far out H., Ileralf' 53-0'TO roomed cotitasre 1205 82-fi ier- Cameron Ranch or j' Coal City. J' applicant must appear in person nt fi. i DuiiMniou Lands Agency or Sub- for the district Kntry hv C proxy may be mndc at any agencv 2? on certain conditions by father, mo- ;ther. son, daughter, brother or sister TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF .IOFTN NORMAN, late of the [London Uoad. C25.00 5 or flply Coaidale Hotel want to buy a room residence, owners only. Addresr Box 42. Herald office. SO-C i----------------------------------------------- ____________________________ITO room, two mimu WANTED TO would like city Apply m SALE- foal to Thirty head pure bred Shire weight, all and practically young mares. An- y Dnmhall Bros.. Raymond. AUa SO-6 buy 1 or 2 lots in North WarJ City of Lethbridge in the Province of ._ Alberta, Contractor, Deceased. jcir> waLCr NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT j Herald Office, all persons having any claims or de-1_________________ i opposite Dr. Mowbiirn's. 83-liFOU SALE-Two year old colt Hal- tor broken and quiet. Wei-ht Box 1st for six months about 700 Ibs.' Apply Jno modern house, sevon rooms, fur IJ.irnos St.. or phone 1298 inished. Reasonable rent to I I of Intending homesteader (mr.nds against the late John Norman. months' residence dlcd on about the lst daJ" of and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live wjihhi nine mile? oi his uome- on a farm of at le.lst SO February. 1910, ot Lethbridge in tho Province of Alberta, intestate, are re quired on or before the 15th day of April, 1910, to deliver to Hilda Nor- man, widow, the administratrix of his In certain districts a hon-'si j in grxxl standing may pre-fe.tipt qunrter-section alongside his stcatl. Price ?3.00 per acre. a home- Duties tons, their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims or de- mands, in writing and; a statement of their accounts and the nature of their securities ,if any, held by them, and TENDERS SEALED TENDERS -will "be receiv-i enants. Apply to W. A. Hamilton, 10 Ave. at the office of the undersigned TO roomed cottage, j istered. Coaldale Hotel. until 6 o'clock p.m. on Monday the Condon per month. 2lst day of March. 1010, for all trades in connection with the' building of certain additions to the "Chinook Club" in the City of Lethbridge, Alta, seen at the office of William T. Will- iams, Architect, Lethbridge, AUa, Applv jcompany 83-f Alta. eno'igrh to win in any N. R. Perry, Cardston. 81-G LOOK! Don't throw your old boots away Plans and specifications may be jnst when they are nicely broken In and comfortable. You are throwing from tnree to five dollars away every I--Must reside sir in neia inem- by a certified cheque to the amount Ulyn street shoemaker and have t Tear-lroLdL S? ,n stateraent sha11 be of 5 per cent of the tender. These'made new ac reasonable prices. j statutory declaration of the claimant Chenues will he returned to unsms V. Lutz. Glvn street, nimnsiro c; I I L amber Co., Ltd. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Phone 302 try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhtusted his homestead right and canaot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months In each'of three j years, cultvate fifty acres and erect ;a house worth W. W Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will hoi be paid or his or her agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said 16th day of April, 1910, the said administratrix will proceed to distri- bute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which then have notice, and the said administratrix will not be li- able lor iho said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim she shall not then have received no- tice. Dated at Lethbridge this 5th day of March, A.D., 1910. SIMMONS SHEPHERD. Solicitors for i..e said administratrix. Each tender must be accompanied do Bring them to the by a certified cheque to the street shoemaker and have them J. V. Lutz, Glyn street, opposite Sher- Cheques will be returned to unsuc- cessful as soon as contract is let. TO LOAN lock block. 75-12 The lowest or any tender not neces-1 you want to help to sarily accepted. WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS, Architect, Lethbridge, Alta. Tenders TENDERS are Invited ifor approxi- mately 625 yards ot basement exca- vation. Full particulars on applica- tion, and sealed tenders to he deliv- ered by twelve o'clock noon, "March 1910, to The Southern AYberta Loan Investment Co., Limited, 416 Du-fferin Street, Lethbridge, Alta. 82-S Rochon. Get him to put you up a nice Page. Lawn wire fence good for ten years without repairs; no pulling off pickets. 530 Crabb St. 78-12 CONCRETE execnt ed for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks and 'brick always on hand. H. J. Goode, Concrete Factory, Smith St., Phone 1344. MONEY TO LOAN-Leans and insur- ajice on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co.. 41S Dufferin street. Bryan WocK HORSES FOR SALE Our third car load of heavy draft horses has arrived; these are an ex- ceptionally lot of weH broken horses and ready to work Intendin" purchasers should look them over as early, as possible before they get picked over. We, however, fceep from 20 to 50 head on hand for sale avid can suit you on any kind of a horse you may need. We have also four fine stallions for sale. TABER LIVERY CO.. Taber, Alta.