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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LCTHIIRIDGE DAILY HEKALD thursday, march 26, 1911 REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Private Monies To Loan on Improved City Property : : : STAFFORD & STEWART REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE. STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 456  LETHBRIDQE Auction Sale OF Superior Household Furniture FRIDAY NEXT March 27 th At 2 o'clock sharp at 210 9th St., South end of Overhead Bridge S Double Beds, Spriugs and NSat-tresses 10 Single Beds, Springs and Mattresses 2 Combination Dressers G Dressers 2 Large Tables 1 Square Extension Table 1 Small Table 1 Large roiind cor&ered Extension 4-leaf Table 1 Dropleaf Table 1 Baby Carriage nearly new 20 Dining Chairs X Range (nearly newt Royal Peninsular Cooking Utensils, Disiies. Silrer-�ware S Carpet Square? 4 pair Portiers 14 pair Pillows �t dozen Sheets (cottoa) 8 pair Sheets (flannelette i 9 Comfprters 16 Bedspreads (white) 4 Wocl Blankets 14. Window Shades i' Gasoline Stoves (2 burners 1 Linoleum TERMS CASH NO RESERVE J. A. SMITH-Auctioneer. WELL DRILLING UP-TO-DATE EQUIPaiENT "for all kinds of Well and Gas Drilling. Can drill Artesian Wells. Terms on application Lethbridge Well Drilling Company J. L. CURRIE W, H. KRUSE Room 5, Oliver Block, 5th St. S. Lethbridge - - - Alberta Phone 438 SHORT ORDER Prices Lowered EAT WHEN VOU WANT TO AND EAT WHAT YOU WANT ilefau to suit any appetite. Prices to suit any pocketbook. ABk for our 25 cent Special 11.30 TO 2 5 TO 8 The- { International Cafe \ �ih St: S. Next Gray's Hardware OPEN DAY AND NIGHT RBC TRANSFER Alta. Saddlery Co. PHONE 670 CAREFUL. QUICK SERVICE Lethbridge'* Latest Industry Now operating and prepared to supply dealers with the new product IMPROVED CEREAL COFFEE Copars Rye Coffee WITH FIGS Pure, delicious, nutritious, and healthiul, made from Rye, Wheat and Figs. Tastes and looks like .lava or Mocha Coffee. 25c per Package of Wz Pounds Can be had from all Grocers. Copal, KIapsch& Co. MANUFACTURERS, Lethbridge Alberta LEGAL NOTICES J If You Have What You Want Not and Want What You Have Not, Try "THE HERALD WANT ADS" Professional medical OR, W. S. QALBRAITH-PUytlotan, Surgeon, Acooucher. Hours 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 12B8. 26 Wortia, 26 cents an InMrtlan. SIk insartlona for th� price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Miacellaneous for Sale FOR SALE-Choice feed oats, yielded over 100 bushel per acre in 1913. Limited amount Prices on application by letter or phone, C. S. Noble. Vobleford, Alta. $15 PER 100-White Leghorn day-old chicks, heavy winter laying strain; hatches fron� Jiaroh to May; hatching eggs ?fi per 100. Skinner and Clenkhorn, Nanaimo. B. & 74-26 FOR S.4L.E-A quantity of timothy and blue joint hay. For further information apply to Ed. McKenzle, P. 0. Bos 165. R. Phone 109. 87-0 situations vacant WANTED-Gin for general work. Apply 1230 6tli Ave. S. houa�- 89-1 WANTED-Party to break 70 acres in north y� of Section 11-7-20. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., Room 5, iMacdonald Block.___89-6 WANTEB^apable genertl servant, able to do plain cooking. Apply Mrs. A. U. Griggr, 1213 6th Ave.. S. 8�-6 FOK SALE-Pure bred Barred Rock hens, also eggs for setting. Call between 8 and 12 a.m., 806 7th Street Soutli. 87-� FOR SALB-Drop ua a card for � sample of Marquis Seed Wheat. Farm Product* Ltd., Lethbridge Hotel Blk. Phone 1017. 83-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE To whom the same may concern, I will sell one white cow branded lazy F on right ribs, on Saturday, Mai-ch 28, 1M4, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, if not released before, on the north % Section ?,\, Township 3, Range IS, west of the 4th iieridlan. 3. W. SHOWER, Poimdkeeper. Judicial Sale of Farm Property Near Grassy Lake, Alberta. PURSUANT to Judgment and Final Order for Sale, Uiere will be sold by Malcolm Young at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, on Saturday, the 11th day of April, A.D. 1914, at 12 o'clock noon, the South East Quarter of Section 36. Township S, Range 14, West of the Fourth ileridian, subject to conditions and reservations contained in the grant from the Crown or in the existing Certificate of Title. The vendors are informed that there are on this farm 158 acrea of good, arable land. 60 of which were undar cultlvj^tion In 1913. The soil is a loam, 16 to 20 inches deep with a clay subsoil and lies in a well settled district of English speaking people. Is watered, by two good wells and fenced and cross fenced by a r�ro at.*3Ud wire fenw. The tuUdiogs con�ist of a frame house and Wtehen, 10x24, and 10x12 respectively and six other frame building* in a fair 8tat� of repair. There are no Indications of mustard or other noxious weeds. The property will be sold subject to a Reaerve 'Bid. Terms of payment will be 10% cash on the day of the sale, the balance to be paid Into Court within 60 days thereafter without Interest, or m the alternative half of the balance to be paid into Court within 60 days after the sale without interest, and the remainder to be secured by a firrt moi-tgage for three years at 9%. Further particulars may be had bom Messrs. GHesbach, O'Connor and Company, Solicitors, Edmonton, Alborta. Dated at Edmonton this 14th day of March, A.D. 1914. (8l*ned) R. P. WALLACE, O. S. C. A. FOR SALE-Soda fountain, Ubles, chairs, caudy scales, shelving, etc. Terms to suit purchaser to right party For particulars apply to The Good Co., Lethbridge. ' 83-0 FOR SALE-White Wyandottes and Light Brahmas eggs, 11 and )2 per setting; also a few pens of Wyandottes and Eraiimas, one male and 4 females, ?10 and $12 per peu. Wyandotte and Brahma Cockerels for sale. Apply to G. W. Jennings, 633 5th St. South, city. 85-6 For Sale or Exchamce FOR SALE3-Cheap, excellent aection, 12-7-lS, heavy soil, one mile from Jud-son. Look it over and make me an offer, either (1) spot cash, or (2) cash payment of $3 per acre and terms you want, or (3) equity cash, and I will carry $5000 for 3 years at 8%. Or will trade for Dakota land. Address Owner, B, B. JlcCutcheon, Alin-ot. N. D. 88-6 WANTED-^Teacher for rivst Ohanca School District No. 2043, dutiee to commence about April 1st, 1914, Female preferred, and one who can teach music; with either first or second class certificate in .-eplylng register all letters. A. Durand, chair-man, Badger Lak� P.O., Alta. 'M-18 WANTED-Men and women to �arn barber trade; no experience pecea-sary. Bight weeks completes: tools arid catalogue free. Plenty ot demand for graduat�s�,s r Write today. Moler Barber College, �04a Cenue Street, Caleary, Alta.- � 205-0 WANTBD-^Qlrl or y us. We make a specialty of exchanging anything,, anywhere real estate or personal property. Commission reasonable: if you do not get results it costs you nothing. Try us. We get the business, write, phone 721 or call Kimball & Larsea Ltd., 117-118 Sherlock Bulldlne. 3-0 Auction Sale There will be ottered tor sale on the hereinafter mentioned premises on behalf of M. Rumely Company, by J. A. Smith, Auctioneer, Saturday, March 28th, 2 p.in. the following described horses: One Bay Gelding, weight about 1400 pounds. One Black Gelding, weight about 1400 pounds. One Black Mare, weight about 1300 pounds. One Grey Mare, weight about 1300 pounds. Above sale will take place at or near LETHBRIDQE FEED and SALE Bam, about two blocks west of the Alexandra Hotel, in the City of Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, The Assignee reserves the right to bid at sale. TERMS OP SALE-The full pui^ chase price must be paid In cash on date of sale. M. RUMELY COMPANY Assignee of Mortgage, Dated this 19tb day of March. 1914. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses foi ma- tc-rniiy and all medical and surgical Qases (except contagious dUeases) and charges according to the circumstances ot the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses tor private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nurslog Mission 1414 7th Avenue South. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. McKay, Grad. Nurse. FOR SALE OR TRADE-A number of second band automobiles in Srst class condition, would consider Interest-bearing paper in exchange. What have you to offer? Box 18 Herald of-flce. 85-6 board and room BOARD AND ROOM-Modern conveniences; $5 per week. Apply 834 vth St. S. Phone 1238. 45-0 TO RENT-Nicely furnished room .; Klrkham Block. Apply at once Room 1; Phone 556 or 1030. 78-0 FOR RENT-For a good room with all modern conveniencee, steam heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., apply Y. M. C. A. 24-0 WANTED-By gentl^fiiJi/ (tirn^hed single room, must be cli^e^^in iirith all modern conveniences. ..i^^ly At Once stating amount of rent, mix SO Herald office. -- . 89-Ix situations wanted WANTED-Engineer, second class AlberU oerUflcate, seeks position, 12 years experience in operating and managing steam . plants; reteronces from 4000 h.p. Turbo electric plant and others. Box 46 Herald. 83-12 WANTBD-An experienced engineer wanU position on Rumley OH Pull, Hart Parr or IntemaUonal. If inter-bsted state make ot euglue and Uie length of job. Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply B. H. Greeno, New Dayton, AlU. 89-6 to rent TP RENT-No. 239 15Ui SL N.. 12 roOBus, 2 baths, $32 per month. Apply N. B. Peat &. Co., Room 5 Mau- donald Block.__89-6 TO RENT-Five room cottage, elec-tilc light, hot and cold water, furnace, in excellent condition. Immediate pos-seeelou. |18 per month. Apply 947 7th St A S. Phon� 685. S�-6 TO RENT-The most desirable fur-nMed rooma in the city. Every convenience, modern. Third floor Union Bank Pulldlng. M. Smith, Room 3. "1-6 TO �BNT-Two four roomed cottages in good shape, with water and light connections, pantr>- and cellar, $12 each. Inquire at once, 1816 let Ave. A North. 88-6 WANTED-A oomi'orcably furnished room by two respectable young ladles. Must b�� centrally located, in modem house, with hse-bt lilaiio. Write Box 1002 Herald. �. ; 89-2 WANTED-A gent's wheel, must b� Id good conditicm and a bargain. Write, giving price, etc., to Box 1001, Herald. 86-Ox \\1ANTED-Waahing,, |j�u�e or o�ce cleaning, by the day.^or houaekeeper on farm. Apply Mrs. Pearoe, 119 7tl> St. South. ' 83-^ LOST-FOL^D POUND-Engraved cigarette ease. Owner may have same, by paying for this ad and proving ownerahtp, by call-ing at Herald Office. 88-Ox LOST-Or etolen, black Engllah Retriever pup. Reward on return t� �05 11th St. South. ,89-1 LOST-Purse containing aum of moo-ey, bills and silver, between post office and Merchants B�nk. Finder kindly leave at Herald office. 89-3 LOST-A sum ot American moner. Finder wUi be liberally rewarded by returning to Police Station. 86-0 LOST-A bunch of k^e on ring on Sixth Ave, east of 12th St. or oa 14th St. Finder kindly leave at Herald Office. S4-Ox FOUND-Anyone having atock estrfty aend me brands and full p�rticular�. Also horses broken for saddle ihd work. Box 45 Herald. 84-6 BOARD-By month, day or week; cloec In, near Y. M. C. A., house fully modern, thoroughly renovated; good home cooking. Meal tickets, 21 square meaU for $5. 329 11th St. S. 89-26 TENDERS Date for submission of Tenders for purchase and removal of house 1206 4th Ave. S. (old manse), purchaser to remove within 30 days of acceptance, has been extended to Friday, 27th Inst, at 12 noon. J. RUSSELL OLIVER, 86-3 Secretary, Knox Church. NOTICE Tenders will be received by tiie undersigned up to 12K, March 31st, for concrete and foundation work for subway at Thirteehth Street, Westminster Road, Lethbridge. Plans and lorm of tender can be seen at Chief Engineer's office, Winnipeg; Division Engineer's otRce, Calgary, and at this office. J. M. CAMERON, Superintendent, Medicine Hat, Canadian Puciflc Railway Co. LOST-Gold wedding ring in Majestic Theatre on evening of March 14 valued as memento. Will finder pleaae return to the Herald. _84-8 STRAYED-One sorrel mare, branded' C4 over - on right shoulder; also sorrel colt branded K over lazy M on left �shoulder. Re\vard of $5 each (or information leading to recovery. M. Koatelnek SlaffordviUe. 85--6 STRAYED-Ten dollars reward for information leading to recovery of horse branded 7Y combined on left hip and 8 on left hip beneath tail. Horse strayed from P. Siok's farm near New Daytoa and thought to be between Warner and Milk HIver. Notify P. Sick, New Dayton or Lethbridge Brewery. 86-6 Business Opportunities 1 SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS AND head for Victoria B. C. We handle business chances.of all kinds; can secure best location. Write at once for particulars. McGregor ft Co., 7311,4 Fort St., Victoria. 86-fi j property for sale J FOR SALE-160 acres splendid farm land, just north ot Diamond City;, fenced and partly improved. $9.50 per acre, easy terms. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, 70-0 MONUMENTS If you are coMSidering the purchasing ot a monument, see us before you decide. Best stock, beat de-signs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental Works, nth St. South. R. Needs, Managsr. FOR SALE-7 roomed house, modern, nearly nev^ good condition; convenient to car lines. Snfiall cash payment, balance easy terms. Apply to Owner, 626 14th St. South. 8B~-6 SPECIALISTS IN VANCOUVER""iaP LAND-Acreage suitable for chickens, general farming, fruit growing. Write for parllculars. Capital City Realty. 1313 Broad St., Victoria, B. TO RENT-Small cotUge on 6th Ave. South, fully modem. Apply C. C. Pagnuelo Wine ft Spirit Co. Phone 54J.________88-0 TO RENT-In modern house, two furnished rooms by day, week or month. 525 5th St. 8. 88-S TO rent-No. 122s 6th Ave. a., 3 bedrooms, bathroom, 2 living rooms and kitchen, furnace, range and gas. $30 per month in advance. Apply Bri-tieh Canadian Trust Company. Cony-beare Block................88-6 TO RENT-ln_yictorla Mantlone for immediate 'occupancy,' one" complete furaisbed houaekee(>lng auite containing lacrge. bedrponl^ dlnlBt. room, kitchenette with nUvctji and private bathroom, MjM'tis per month. An ideal home fd^miikll family. Apply qui(;k to Victoria- Mginetene 6fflce, Third AVe. South. � '�� 87-0 DR. MoNALLY-109 Sherlock Block, Residence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Office hours 11-12; l-S; 7-8.30. Office phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. C, C. CRAGG-Physician. Sur-seon, Accouoher. Office at reBldeuce corner Bth Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-9; 1-8; 7 to 8.30. Plwne 1208. OR. TAVLOR-Ear. Kye, Note and Throat; Dominion Building, Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2,-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 34J; residence 593. DR. J. E. LOVERING-Physician and anrgflon. X-Ray equipimut. Corner Srd Avenue and Sth Stdeet. me alfalfa-. Over 200 acr^i.reftdy tor vlwiag-crop. Good house, jpod well, barn, henhouse and eheda. 'Gait up.itural �6�, 86-6 TO RisNT-Small bptel �t Spring Coulee. Uvery In coonectlcB. J. C. ThompeOD. Spring Coiilee. ' 86-6 TO RENT'-^Modern cottage, 1210 Sth Ave., fully modern. , ApplyL Klrkham Bros., Room 1, Klrkiiam Block at once Phone 536. 68-0 TO RENT-Fully modern 7 roomed hou�e just newly decorated throughout, located 1314 6th Ave. Apply Mart McMahoPv 1211 2nd Ave. Office Phone 486. Residence 497. 84-6 LAND FOR SALE TOR SALE-FIva and ten acre Iota, plowed and Irrigated, near achooi, just eut of elty. Baay terns. Lloyd ft Devlne. Hull Bids.. 7th St. Phone 1017. Z79-0 FOR SALE-Will sell at right price on easy terms all or any part of Albert Park, Taber, comprising 85 acres subdivided. In the mile circle, Inside the town limits and in line ot development. GJlt edge proposition with Wg jjoeaibilitles. Apply U. C. Howell. lb4 Dundaa St., London. Ont. 87-^12 FOR. SALE-180 acres Splendid f*rm land;, a^ fenced and partly improved; 19.50 an acre.-Apply C. B. Bowman Agency. 79-0 BRITISH COLUMBIA Fruit Lands- 10 acre tracts, near Trail, good local market. $8 to $35 per acre; $10 monthly, no Interest. Write for map and surveyor's reports. Columbia River Orchards Ltd., Nelson B. C. e.o.d. BRITISH COLUMBIA 5-ACRE Farn�� especially selected by sol] experts as the choicest fruit and agricultural land In fertile Skeena River Valley. S^lld climate. Ready markets. Irrigation unnecessary. No better location in province. Farms adjoin official Grand Trunk Paclflo townslte of Carnaby. Trains running through property. $50 an acre. Terms one-Rfth cash, balance over five years. WMte today for complele information, Hazelton A Skeena Valley Land Co., Ltd,. 445 Homer St., Vancouver, B.C. money to loan MONET TO XiUA:f-OB Well Imprcv. ad 2Brn landi. AlberU Lean and Investmaht Co., Alberta Loan Build-inn, Sth at. South. Phone 1214. l."i!!-0 COLLECTIONS Mad* Anywhere WE ClET THE MONEY The Brown Mercantile Agenciei. HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES- \Vholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc.. cellar apace for rent. Hyde and Saunders, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244. contracting CONTRACTOR-F. H, MILES,-130 15th St. North Lethbridge. House builder, store and office work a specialty; good work guaranteed at moderate charge. 84-6 [ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth Avenue South. Phone 746. GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An Immense area of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging from $11 to 130 per acre for non-irrigated lands and $35 to $7.') per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, one-twentieth down, balance in 19 annual instalments. Loan for farm development up to $2000, also repayable in 20 years. Interest at only 6 per cent. For full particulars apply to DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, C|inadlan Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alb�rta. Allan Cameron, General Supt. of Lands. Martin 8 Baggage Transfer Phone 1 386 Careful and Prompt '6srwlc� DRAYING , Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Offloc-C. P. R. Freight sheds '( Office : : 1163 PHONES \ Otfloe ' : : 462 Stable* i 10�4 surveying J. p. HAMILTON, 8,A.o.-Dominion and AlberU i.,and Surveyer; Irriga-tlon A Hydraulic Biiglneer. Rooais B and 6, Whitney Block. P. O. Box 857. Phone 1042. DUFF ft EOWARDl^TWrnTSrW wards, B.A.Sc. Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Donald A. yuff, c.E.)-Conjmerclal blue print ing, civil englneeriuK and land au#-veylng. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg,. Lethbridge, Alta. a*f municipal, civil engineers R. e. MoAHTHUR, A. Mam. Caf�. C. 5.-Railways, Yard Layouts Sewerage Systems, Water Supplies Irrigation Works, Survevs, Plans Estimates, etc. 104 Sherlock Bids auctioneer"" ~\ "H. y. WILSON-Provlnclal and Oltv Licensed Ajuctloheer. Salts ot all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm aale^ a specialty. Offico at the Wilson i-'urnltiire Co.. 404 isth St. North. Phone 1083. Residence Phone 5gS. Downtown office at the Lethbrldjfe. neyburn Realty Co., Phone 1178 FRANK WADDINGTON-Auctioneer, 17 years' experience;, will handin your sale In the way that gets the money. Phones 4fi9 and 1416. Res-sonsble terms, prompt settlemonts. Oroods received for sale or auction. furrier DAVID SCOTT-Furs remodelled and cleaned and dressed. Pine selection of latest styles. At The Bent- *�y Co. / a43.� electrician w L Mckenzie � co-Blestrteai Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 70f. Third Avejjue South, music i THE LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL OR-CHESTRA-Open for danoes for season. Any number ot piece.s supplied. Violinist, J. B. Oaskcll: pianist, R. Needs. Box 494 CLINE'S CITY ORCHESTRVr^^^eSrbS engaged for Dances, Banquets, Socials, Receptions, Weddings, etc. Any number et pieces supplied. Good music, well played. EvenihK dress when desired. T. Cllne, Manager. Phone 1267. H. Mcfi, YOUNG, A. D. C O.-Teach- er of. ,.v,oice, piano and ,theqry. Studio, room one, Consorvatorv Building, llth St', and 5th. .4ve, TUITION, VOICE, AND PIANO.- W. G. Smith. 726 ^th St South. MRS. W. H. JOHN60N-teacher "of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Ten years teaching experience. Advanc-ml and Primary pupils. Betlnner.i a specialty. $12.50 a term. Studio 1226 5th Kve. A Soutli.- HILLCRE8T ORCHeiTrtA-Open engagements, for concerts, dailces. etc. Uprto-dat* music. Seoretarr. C. V. Edwards, Hljloreat. Alberta. Phone 74. ring.2. . 8787-66 piano tuning G. H. CRIPPS-Expert PJano Tuner. 1253 6th Avenue A South, Phone llfiS, accountant W. A. HENDERSON ft CO.. C. A.-r-Municipal, coal, timber, manufacturing, retail, Wholesale and other audits. Offices at 'Winnipeg, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge. Re�ldent Partner. A. B. Gibson. C.A., (Scot. A Alta.). Acadia Bldg. Phone 1619. D. D. WIN dence 284 7th Ave. S. -Phono llTf-Open day and night__v S. V. HURST--Funeral Director and EmbiHmer. 411 5th Streot South* Phone 180?. night or day. painting J W. EMERY, PAINTEh AND DECORATOR-Very best' material only used tor all work, and satisfaction guaranteed. Estimates willingly given. Special attention given to -out of town work. 806 �th Street South. Phone 657. massage SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED- Misa K. May IlolmOa, graduate of the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Institute, Medical Masvago and Qym-nasUoe, (Swedish), ..Elootrlcal Vibratory and Thei-ipei'tic Light Treatments, Elactrolyiila and Qbaio* puoing Trea;tments' given by *�� polntmeot only. Room Ij Hull Blk. ;