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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta r AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2J, 19IS "Fnft-i-tins" Cored Paraly- zed Bowels and Digestion ti, Bomricx us SHAWIKIOAN, Feb. 3rd. 1914. "II if pleaiure to me to lifora yon that after suffering from Chronic HnTebeon cured 'by While I was a student BertUier College, I became to ill I forced to leive the the college. SeTcre pains across the intestines continually tortured UK and it came to a point when I could not itoop down at ill, and my Digestion became paralyzed. Some one advised Bie to take and it once I felt a great improvement. After I hod taken four or Sveboies, I rtsliicd that I was completely cured and what made me glad, also, was that they were acting gently, causing no pain AUlnosewho suffer with Chronic Constipation should follow my najnple and tate Fniit-a-HvH" for they are the medicine that MAGLOIRE PAQUIN dealers it roc. box, 6 tor Ji-so, tiiel size, sjc" or sent postpaid on receipt of pnco hj Fralt-a-tivei Lbaitod, Ottan. CASE IN DISIIIC01I r STARLAND "The Uesl n two-reel JOdisou picture will be tho centre of attraction at Slarlnud tonight. Thl: thrilling and Interesting ilrnmu. deals with a secret Ben-ice agent, who In Iho dis- chares of his duties flnde himself at a church, and n beautiful woman wait- ing for the intended bridegroom, whom nhe DM not seen for years, mistaking me deirciivo for the intended marries him. In ihe meantime the real iroom through a series oi mishaps, and being In a hurry to don hlj wed- dim sarmonts. forgols tho snap leek and finds himself locked in the clothes cloiol. An exciting chase and a very unexpected finish all combine lo make tnli cue of the prettiest motion pic- ture pliys. 'The Heiress and the Crook." another -wo reel subject, and "The Mascot of ihe Koad" complete the dramatic portion of the while I ihe comedy cud is duly catered for in "Tho Pop'Up "Hlenio's Oul-1 and "Cupid Turns Ihe Tables." j 4 complete change in the vaudeville end will be given by Willis Dell.; whose last four nights are advertised, j -PEG 0' MY HEART" A play which has the record of hav- ing broken more bos office and at- tendance records all over the United States and Canada, as well as Eng- land and the British Isles, than any other play of recent years, must cer tainly be out of the ordinary, and this Is quite so with J. Hartley Manners dainty, irresistible, pleasing comedy ot youth and love, "Peg o' My which comes to the Majestic Theatre on Monday. March 20, for a U-thhigtis' Qnd Qllrin5 "'Vhichj time; Ilia Majestic is sure to he the j merca for.'.eyery. lower of youth, love Heart'S is a bi.r, .sincere human interest, and so istural that It cannot do h done for-the past; niiike yilch it I An Exclusive Insurance Business PERSONAL ATTENTION Companies Strong. Reliable Prompt Payment if Clalma when you hive in EXCELSIOFl LIFE POLICY or GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE POLICY or NORWICH UNION FIRE OR SICKNESS POLICY. Other lints of Iniurance at well PLATE GLASS. ANIMAL, AUTOMOBILE W. A. Levitt Box 518. NOTIC13 MEASUREMENT ANP MENT OF THE WATERS OF THE ST. MARY AND MILK AND OTHER TRIDUTARIEB IN THE STATE OF MONTANA AND THE PROVINCES OF AND SASKATCHEWAN, UNDER THE TERMS OF ARTICLE VI. OF THE TREATY OF JANUARY 11, 1909 Notlco is heroin- -given that hear Inn will be He'd In tho above mutter in the Federal Bulldlns I" City ot SI Paul, Minnesota, on Monday, May 24tn, 1315, at 10 o'clock a.m., for the cons'lderatloii of Ihe question ot the conitmcllon of Article VI. of tin Treaty. All parties Inwrested In the strove mutter are entitled lo bo heard with respect thereto r-eforc the Com- mission. LAWRENCE 3. BURPEE. Ottawa, Canada. YVHITEIIEAD KI.UTTZ. Washington, D. C tprnntlnnal Joint Commission. TO room cotlngo on wat and electric light; largo hen house, will hold 50 fowls; pur month. Possession nt once. Enquire Mrs. W. n. Movie, 1700 (ilh Ave._N.______S7--C Farmer, you can vent half section close to l.olhbrldgo for SI por acre or on shares; 100 acres cultivated1 ;all foncudl house, oul- well, etc. Apply 33G SOi'.i SI. North. Who is well the old. D J. McMillen. purportms to be the of the car, contracted with de- fendant for Its car and oa the may he usual tanns applicable to such mat- perform ters Defendant stored and cared tor Tic car up to May, 1914. The neces- sary repairs during that period in- te o. Tne prices ml! be rght, and seats he had now for eitasr 01 the rmances, JAPANESE TROOPS ON MOVE Shantung Province Receives Other Points Louden .March Reuter dis- patch from Peking says thai Japanese troops to the number of 1000 have ar- rived at Tsiuan, iOO at Fangtsee. both in "Shantung province, and 3000 each at Mukden and Dalny.________________ sar eluded furnishing of certain repairs o[ 03PHEUM Lionel and Winston in a Domestic j ___________ i YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT The j Standard Trusts Company has com- menced a mortgage foreclosure action against you claiming Ihe sum of nnd that in default ot pay- iiieiu of the said sum tlie mortgaged premises, being nil of the south east one quarter ot section thirty-three (33) and the west one Halt and the north-east one ciuarier of section thirty-four all in township six, range twenty-one west of the'Fourth Meridian In the Province of Alberta, be sold nnd the amount realized to toe applied in payment of costs and suul claimed and further claiming for deficiency judgment against you aud for possession of the said premises. YOU that If claim you must die a demand of no- cemeni ._ lice or'stntement of defence with the partly furnished Clerk of ihe Supreme Court at Cal-! Windsor Hotel. gary. Alberta, on or before the. lOtii day of April A.D. 1915, and In'default of your so doing, the plaintiff muy proceed and judgment may bo giver TO for sale, quarter sec- tion of land all fenced with three strands of barbed wire; good sliack, small barn and chicken house; one and a hulf miles from Diamond City; acres broken; good place for dairy. For full particulars apply to P. O. FURTHER NOTIFIED a "vou dispute the plaintiff's claim vou must die a demand or no- TO Immediate posses- sion, a thoroughly renovated 7-room- rd house, in locality. 72G Sixth street south. C. C. Pagnuclo, phone __________________________________83-0 TO furnished or untur- nislicd rooms witli den in full modern house, very central. Apply at once to 503 6th avenue south. 83-Ox FOR 2 larRC clothes closets, outside sleeping porch, hot and col'd water, steam heated, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply- ing Stll St. S._____________83-6 TO 10th St. S. (small house at two finished rooms; cement cellar, water, sewer, light; it des.red. Gibson S2 in your absence and witliout further notice lo you. Dated this 2nd day of March 1915. SHORT. ROSS, SELWOOD, SHAW MAYHOOD, Calgary, Alberta, No F Solicitors for the Plaintiff. TO six room modem bricl-- eoLtasc. a well feucetl yard, situated Cli) 12th St. S. Reasonable rent. For Information apply to the Palace Clothing Store. Blizzaid head the hill on the vaude- parts, and replacing oi parts broken viue attractions at the popular play- or worn out, with material supplied house today. For the last time the hy the defendant. By reason of this humiest two person domestic sketch defendant claims be became en-1 ihat tas ever visited Lethbridge, I titled to a lien on .the machine. _ be seen by all marriad men id liable for the amount owing delead- PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO room, qn cor line, with telephone connection; per month. Apply C1G 10th St. TO a. goofl room witli nil modern conveniences, steam heat, shon-er baths, plucge, apply Y. M. C- A., ailSCELLANEOUS WANT3 considerable argument the f case was ior settlement j between the parties. C. F. Har- ris appeared Ior tbe plainilff and H. W. 'of Messrs Cdnybeaie'r Ohurch, McArtbm and the' defendant. Brides-in-Bath of Three Women London, March wilh I the murder of three women, Joseph i Smith was arraigned in the Bow ureet j -Felice Court today. Public Proiecu- 1 lor Bodkin declared Smith had done BTsij of his wives, the urim'e in case being committed ahortly after he had married them. J Each of these women was fouad dead in'her bath, consequently tbe case-has J, "come to Be known as. the "Brides in The prosecutor gave, the names of the dates of ihe al- -s: Beatrice JIundy, -July, 1912: Alice Burnham, December, Lofty, December. 1914. three women and murders as: There ate lour female lactory in- spectors in Dissatisfaction is expressed at' the failure of employees to support the 1 government employment bureau. Chicago's new tuberculosis sanitar- ium is the most comprehensive in the sietch that has wou the fame for the above artists everywhere in Canada. Dolly Frrsdnian, the popular song bird, will be heard iu new songs and itill continues to claim her share 01 T7E11 merited applause. "The Awaken- ing oi Doina Isolla11, .a three part ieatui'e .oi- exceptional merit irith the most ponuiar artist appearing in pic- tures at the present day, Marion Leonard, is the-'headliner attraction on the movie program. This is a fea- ture of eicepuontti.'inerit that can- pleasfc finds a -comedy that is full of undj'.uted laughter and "A Harvest a beautiful, dra- ma with a punch completes the pro- gram. SUPERPLOUS HAIR REMOVEB- K.M. Hoirnei grada.te ot the Ponnsylvajua Ortho- pedic rnitltute. Medical ind GTmnuUc. cil Vibratory ind Therapeutic TTMtatnti, Eleotrtlycls ind pwln; Tre.tm.nt. given noiatBint only. Room 1- Hull Bllt. rfS'-JS Gauth. Phone 74o. T s Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; agent for the Somervllle Marble Oranite Work! of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 56L Resi- dence 284 7th S. Phone 11.6. Upen day and night. Petrggrad, March statement from the War Office follows: "According to figures given by Gen- eral Kusmanek, late commander at Przemysl, the number of prisoners who surrendered to the Russians was nine generals and 34 officers of the general staff; 2500 officers and offi- cials and men. "Tbe number of guns and other ma lerial captured is lieing calculated." Odin, 111-, local union of mine work. era, has started a-co-operative move- ment-and equipped a grocery and sup ply store. DEATH DEALER txnifion, March Dundon- B famous secret plan for tbe de- of an' enemy, which was first placed In the hands of the British gov, errraent'durlng the Napoleonic wars, is out at last. It IE published for the flMltlme in a book by Lord Ellenbor: I oucb iiealinB with "The Guilt of Lord J, Cocbranein 1814." is tiiB piaa which Lord ald proposed lor use in the Crimean but which, according to reports, rejected on several occasions by tbe British 'war office as too horrible: .Materials required for the e.vpirl- Ruasluns from Sebastopol: Eiperimental trials have shown that absut five part? o! 'joke effectual- ly ifcporize one part of sulphur. 4, Mixtures for land service, wiiera is of Importance, may, bower- I erijrobably be suggested by Profe3sur yiraday; as to operntlons on shore, 1 jiald lltilo aUen.tlop. '.of, nul-. phur and 2000 tens of coke would be sufi'icient. "Besides these materials, it would ue necessary to have, say, as much bituminous coal, and a couple of thoun. and-barrels of gao or. other tar for the purpose of to be attacked, 'or "others that flank the MASSAGE PRIVATE HOSPITAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. OH. Sherlock Block. Residence 1366 Siith Avenue. Office hours Offlce Pbone 319; Residence 1090. DP. Eye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Offlco hours 2-76; evening! by ap- pointment Phonec: Office 341, Re- sidence 593. Y HURST, EMBALMER i PUN- 'ER'AL 3rd Are. s. Phone 1802. Open night and day. PIANO TUNING G H CRIPPS, EXPERT TL-NER- Vlayer-Pimo and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn., London, England Reference to tbe leading musicians of the city. Phone 1188. 1253 6th Ave. A South. OR. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dentil Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental CertiScate. Offlce: Booms 5 and G. Bryan IJlock. Phone DR. L, T. (successor to Dra. Courtice fc uate University of Maryland. Booms S and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1155, Lethbridje, Alia. DHS. MARRS AND SucceescrH to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clnre. Hours: 9 to 5. Offlce. Hig- Inbntham Block. Phone S74. DR. E. G. her of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London.) L.D.9. 1800. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlca: llislu- botham Block. CLEANING ANP DYEING ffife 6th St. S., opposite are spec-iBllsts In chem- jcft cleaning and dyeing. Prompt Venice on out oi town business, call write or phone for price list Phone 1812. PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAITS Photosraphj and Amateu Finishing. All work guaranteed. Oeo. Tlse. DM Third Ave South, Lethbridge. ACCOUNTANT W D of tbe Instl tute ai Chartered- Accountants o England and Wales, and of iue In Etitute of Chartered Accountants In Alberta. Acadia. Bldg., Lethbridge. assailing positions, "A quantity firewood, chips. shavings, straw, hay, or other such combustible materials would be re- quisite ouickly to kindle the fires, which ought to be kept In readiness for the first favorable and steady This plan contemplates death by suffocation from tho su'ipliur fumes. Yet It does not look so terrible, after all 'when, we Into connideratlon tie frightful realities of modern war- might, conceivably, deal a death Slow' to many men at one fell stroke and soputdp. the effect oE.num- W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Lethbridge Medicine Hat Winnipeg Charlered Accountancy in all its Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Truat Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadici Building, Letnbrldge Resident J, RITCHIE PATEHSON, Chirtured Accountant (S'ot.) MEDICAL HOLDERS. OP In. the Herron-EIder, .Okotoks and Alber- ta Petroleum Cos. should gel their certificates exchanged for the Alberta Petroleum Consolidated Ltd. A. J. Blackburne Co. will do ibis for you at a. small charge. Acadia BIk. 6x DENTAL STEAMSHIP AGEIfCY SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mali Steamera Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. -French Line to Havre. Star New York anu Canad- ian service. 'Line, New York aud Canad. ,aii service. .'Canadian Northern Royal Mai) Steamers. 'Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to 31asgow. -Buy your tickets where you Ret MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridijc. TEACHER OF MUSIC MRS. W. H. Teacher ot Plann, Harmony and Studio 1226 5th Aye. A S. Phone 1308. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANOr-OrUndo Kiy, 1401 7th Avenue TAILORING CIVIL AND' MILITARY TAILQHING. Kingaton, 706 3rd Aie.'S. Samples and self raeasurement-forms sent to out of town customers. AUCTIONEER W. L. and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terras Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office at the Wilaon Fur- niture Co., 401 13lh St. N. Phone 1023 Residence Phone 685. Down- town offlce at tbo.Lethbrldep-Wey- burn Realty Co. Phone 1173.. PRAYING Of All'Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds PHONES Office Ofrice Stables 1163 462 1684 The Pony Express ARE E8T.ABLI.SH.lKG A BRANCH OFFICE IN NORTH LETHBRIOGE For the convenience' of their many friends and patroni on the North Side. Order! taken at R. BALDRY'S STORE, 13th ST. Phone 1055 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY A thoroughly cleaned, high germina- tion test." Feed of all car- loads or lea's. Innulre for quqla-. lions Storage spa.Ce Frost proof for perisliable goods. Hyde Eaunders. Phone 124i.-P. O. Dox 112. WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND P.HO- DUCE Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Al- falfa, Blue Joint and Upland Hay; Straw, Oats, Bran and r Feed. -M. McMahon and C. JlcClenaghah, 2nd Ave South; Phone 490, Letiibrldgc, Alberta. Martins Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful ind Prompt Service Frank Steam Coal IB.the Beit Coul'for all Plough, ing Rigi or any other Stearr Power Outfit. Try it once and you'll uie no-other. You can buy It only Beckci- Yatcs Lethbrldgc 1384 1'HOPEHTY POKJiAliE__; Sir live room, Add., fucliiis base- uenla; ii'mmj) It An- ily Box S-Jlerald I'll send you a mold who will corns well recom- mended, who will fit Into the houiehold and provo to be a ipUndld aervant. I'Oll IHO acres, one 'mllu from railroad; prlco JliliOO. Icrum. T. Jr. Iluoiu !0 Alberta llock_; TOH' IGO aoros good land, no slouo. ploughed, (diced, uii'pliono, H' ullcs from Lcllibi'ldse; I'M'- iicnt down, ilmlanci) elihy terms. MI- _ .__ Fsjrui 10 acres, (our oB from Irrlsatwlj llliiE nlablc; nil reucfd; icrcs broken. I'rico ?90 per aero. Terms arranged, or will rout at MOO. Apply N. 11. Peat Co., JIacdomllil rilock. IAMAWANTATJ- 'lyHjM. Ue Fowl Purler.} Words, 25 an Insertion. Six Insertions for'the price of Four. MUST BL PAID IN ADVANCE. SITUATIONS VACANT general serv- it. must be good .plain cook. Apply M. 7th Ave. A S. an elderly man o do chores on a ranch and take care f garden; must have good knowledge f Towing garden truck; must not be ve'r sixty-five years of age and must irnisli references.. Apply ai 534 IZtlj 1. Soutli after 5 p.m. Si 2 USTLER represent it New York Life Insurance Com- inv under whole or part time con rac't direct with Home Olllce payins beial commissions, renewals and ension. Special advantages to pro- ucers taking up tlie work now. Ad- ress giving particulars as to exper- nce etc, lo Goo. H. Page, Agency irector, 508 Beveridgc Building, Cal- arj', Alberla. _____ LAND FOR SALE FOR Columbln. 10 ncvn Orchard Tracts; convenient, lo mar- ket; low prlcus; ?10 mo.lthly; no in- terest. Wrllo for Surveyor's rcporls. Columbia llivw Oichards, Umllod, Nelson. B. C. FOIt Improved 'A soc- lion of land one mllo frciu town, for housu in city. Also U section witli well fenced, eluick, good barn; Stl acres broken, for hoiiau property, Itoom 3 Macdonnld Block, Lethbridge. Allicrln. FOR genuiuc bargains In improrcd larms. Jst a 640 acre, tract well Unproved in every respect, locat- ed 3V' mi'03 north of Chin, Alucrtn. Cauad'n; 2nd, a -ISO acrn tract fairly wcll improved, located about four miles north of Chill, Canada. I am ready to make attractive prices uii either of tho above farms and up- on application'will give full purlieu- lars. prices and terms. I also have for sale my interest in (lie Perchnron Stallion owned 'by the Goal- dale Ferclierou Horse Association. This is your clianco for a bargain in nny of the above. AY rile me. T. S. Mackenzie, Midland. Texas. MISCELLANEOUS P'OR SALE FOR gas range and alsti one coal range, both nearlv new, at 1230 3th Ave. S. or Phone 040. FOR machine, medi- cine chest, dinner sel, kitchen uten- siis. violiu, mandolin and carpenter's tools. Apply lOtll SI. S. FOR Cow, 7 years old, rlicap for cash. 421 12th St. B X. or Thaell Dodd. Phono 1160. F011 first class furni- ture including Doherty piano, brass bedstead, oak dresser, dinner set of pieces; must be sold 'quickly as owner Is leaving'town. Bargain. Ap- ply 1203 Srd Ave. S. V experienced irnier, one with knowledge of irriga- on preferred with necessary horses nd machinery, to take charge of half ection north east of Letlibridge; .00 cres in stubble; free rental to party will Improve the property Ap- ly for particulars to A. J. Blnckburne t Co.. Acadia Bldg. SEED GRAIN" FOR. SALE Thor- cleaned, Banner seed oats and wheat seed Tor sale. The N'obleford Foundation, Koble- lord, Alta. FOR 20 ami 30 head of horaes, unsuitable for mine work. Apply for full particulars lo The Crow's Nest Pass Coa'l Company, Fernie, B. C. young woman or widow children for housework on u arm about 2 miles from the Ap- ly Box Iti.Herald. FOR ll'ardy winter strain; Rose Comb Redn; record lay- ers; 51.50 for 15. C. S. 5Ia.euire. 7th Ave. S competent main foook- eeper. Apply-giving references, ex- erience and ealary expected In own andwrltlng to Bo.x '40 Herald. irLLY SUNDAY'S pportunity for man or woman. We pay you to distribute it in our neighborhood. Sixty days' work, spare time may be used. International Jlble Press Company, 1S2 Spadina tve., Toronto.' No. 40 and women to learn he barber trade; wages while leani- ng; tools furnished.' graduates make lie' money- Catalogue free. Molar Barber Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. ____ FOR sized chicken house; }12. C. Westley, 941 7th St. A South. Phone 715. FOR hundred last year pullels; good layers, and also -heavy birds for table. Pne gobbler and three turkey hens; one drake and two ducks. Call at section house. Coal- dale. Mrs. S. A. Llndblad. FOR per 100, 5140.00 per 1000, baby chicks. Hatching egg-i 50.00 per 100, White Leghorns. Skin- ner and Blenkhorh, B. C. FOK l.JO ranges, 51 down and per week. Apply 412 4Lh Avonue S. HELP jlj week and expenses. To travel, ap- lointlng local representatives. Wllit- ield Llnscott, Brantford. SITUATION VACANT ,150 for Sixty Days' Easy Work. Write or-contract, Bradley-Garrelson, Brant- ord. SITUATIONS WANTED FURNITURE FOR SALE' FURNITURE FOR large quantity of good furniture for sale at g_ SALE OR EXCHANCjE FO.R SALI3 OR enger, G cyliuder'Stevens-Duryea auto- iiiobllc, Bosch magneto, dual Ignition. Fully ecmlpped-. Apply -Box 14 Herald Olllce. WANTEIH-POBltion on dairy farm as oreman. or'.w'ould work fully equip- ped dairy farm' 'on shares or- rent. Apply Wm. Hill, Bow Island, Alherlu, TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-pYour.g sale'-or. will ex- cliiu'ige, -preferably 'for horses. He is good 'stock'; seen at farm. by strong, steady oung man about 18 years of age, not jfniid qt work; knows city. Apply John Hurst, Staffordvllle. Foundatlori' Co., !ord, Alta. ...an English .woman, maternity sick nursing at .moderate prices; also washing fetched and de- vercd. Apply .llrs. Stowe, 2107 1st .ve. 'N. .or Uov __________ ir imde for feed, one registered Berkahire .hoar, 17 months old. .Apply Wm. Jlfiaac, Nobleford, Alberta. -So- Ill the District Court ol the District of Lethbrirtge IN .TOIF. MATTER of Hie Kstnte of Oswald Joseph Leiimann, lute of the City of Letlibridse-in.llie Province of deceased: NOT1C1! IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I persons having claims against the estate- of the above named. Oswald Josepli Lehmann who died oil the 2nd day of December, A.D. .191-1, are re- miirert to file with -David Horton El- ton, Barrister, Suites 2 and 4, Slat- ford Block, Lethbmlge, Alberta, liy tlie Third day of May, 1915, a full statement duly verified of their claims and any securities held by them, and alter that dale tile administrator will distribute the assets, of tho deceased among the" fiartles entitled having regard only to the claims of which" notice 'hay' EO Hied or wlileli have been brought -their knowledge. Dated thlsilp.th day of A.D. 1915. DAVfD IIORTON. Solicitor for Administrator, "Addreds: Telhbridge, Alberta. J. A. Jackson. Ad No. K Ltd., Nohle- FOR for half sectiou near railway siding, 198 about 35 QuLhrie, Okla- ioma. Box li trade five pasTengei Hudson, 1913 -model, in A-l condition for horses or cattle. Apply Jas.-Mpr- i-ison. Box S3, Okotoks, Alta. FOR SALE OR 200 egg, good also, colt 9 months old Ily Hackney stallion, Prince Lawrence 520. Apply' 1601 1st Ave. FOR TltADhV-HusineKS property and notes for farm land. Apply Room 10 Alberta Block. P.. O. Box 467, Leth- bridge. FOR room fully modern house to trade, cioae In. Will..con- sider clear vacant property.- List your, properties with us for (rade. Wanted 10 cheap seu- liona on easy terms. Room 3 Mac- donold_ FOit rqonirhoiiHe dou- -lile 'lot on north sfdfcvwith' small en- cumbrance, lo exchange for cheap piece o'f land, Improved-or unlinprov. ed. Jluve vacant, lots and cash for good agreemeflVB 'of sale.-. Itponi C. Fruit ,1-jnds, Tobbaco Plains near'Flagstone, B, C-, climate ideal! For Information afTply'. Letll- brldge-Weyburn RCaHy'.Co.. -.Ltd., 1202 1st Ave. Soulh- ;