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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Lethbridge iviily Herald; Wednesday, March :JO, SNAPS IN FARM LANDS 640 acres, 200 ready tor spring crop, all steam plow land and fine soil, per acre. Part crop pay- plan; exceptional buy. 30 acre garden tracts, within 1 1-2 miles of Leth- bridge, Irrigated, cheap at per acre, and very easy terms. Pine 160 acres (improved) irrigated farm, seven miles from Lethbridge at per acre; one- third cash, balance over a term of years. Have two nice setions, and will plow 100 acres on each, arid sell at per acre; one-half cash, balance crop payment. Good half section, three miles io railroad, for per acre. per acre cash, balance easy Six room house on Hodgman street, plumbing all iu ready to connect with sewer and water; 37. 1-2 feet frontage. cash handles, balance easy. Well built 4 room cottage on big lot in Duff Addition. balance per month. Fully modern 6 room cottage on Cutbill street .jeaj. fvmi.riu.itii, lot TO 1-2 by 135 feet for cash; balance easy. 7 room cottage near mills in North Ward, water and electric light, for cash; balance easy. Good three room cottage in North Ward, close iu, for TUjO.OO. cash; balance pet- month. Best lots in Duff Addhion from to each. Terms. Several good acre lots, close in; and easy terms. LAND rOR SALE FOR acres near Milk River all steam plow land, per acre, per acre cash, bakmce to suit purchas- er. acres in one tract for sale, well improved, per acre, cash, balance to suit purchaser. Johnson Laud Co., Johnson block. SG-G "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON FOR acres improved, house, stable, granary, 40 acres iu fall wheat (good) balance cultivated, only mile from station, per acre, easy terms The Alberta Securities Ltd. SG-G 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions 4 Please Pay in Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE- LOTS FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT FOR have half a block general servant. FOR sections good steam plow land 7 1-2 mites from station; easy terms, 9 years on part of it. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 8G-6 LAND FOR the CardstOD district: dairy farms improved, to per acre; land in from ICO to 3000 acre blocks; best land for least money iu Southern Alberta. Irrlga Alberta Block. Phone 777 tion unnecessary, li Curciston, Alta. W. 0. Lee Co., 76-2ti IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA 1 Capita! Authorized Capital Paid Up........................................ Reserve Fund A General Banking Business Transacted. SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE ST. W. R. SEATLE, EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager. ROAD AND FORD ST. 'THE CHRISTIAN" WELL Gardens. 10 acre i tracts, choice irrigated land cultivated -----------------ifor ep.ch; 1-4 cash; balance 3 years. Four and a half .miles easi of Lethbridge. ties. Ltd. The Alberta Sectiri 71-0 PRESENTED i Hall (.'nine's threat play "The Chris- tian" was presented by the farm, 40 acres, ir i Stock Cornoanv at the Majestic last jrigatod land with good reservoir, 4 1-2 It t, be .tacyrrly ed that more people did not avail [Securities, Ltd. 71-0 themselves of the opportunity of hear-j________________________________ ing this strong and admirably pro-! FOR better wheat ducc'd play. It a story of Hie, choice residence lots Ju the south east part or city and need money. Will sell them for each and give time j on part of piece. Box 37, Herald of-1 lice. 89-0 Apply Mrs. Cragg, corner Glyn and Houipas streets. good general servant at once. Apply 530 Burdett St. 90-G FOR lots, 12 and 13, j for uhe furnltMre rfe- Sub 13, Block E, for sale toy owner, i partment. Appjy to E. J. Hill and Apply Box 1822. S7-G '.10-U FOR cart, English mili- tary fiaddle and bridle, all iu A 1 con- dition, 431 Bartlett St. 90-6 FOR of grocery fixtures. Apply to S. G. Tuff, Union Grocery. FOR new Bell piano at a. bargain on terms. Herald. Apply Box 38, S9-G FOR Clyde Stal- lion aged 4 years, weight about 1000 Ibs. W. Rex Virtue, 1232 Redpath St. 80-6 FOR in lots in North 30 foot lots in Block each. Very easy terms. Southern Al'berta Loan and Invest-1 and waitresses. Hotel return tubular boiler, 50x14, also 1 locomotive firebox boiJer 54x18, also 2 engines and saw mill ma- chinery. Apply to T. W. Lea.sk, May ook, IX C., or 'to E. D. Johnson, Cran- S9-0 brook, B. C. merit Co., Ltd., 41G Dufferin Street, i general servant by Apr. Brvan Block. RS-0 15. Two in family. Apply Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1301 Dufferin St. 8S-G FOR bALE-Close in building lots foi j WANTED_A man.ied coupie wUhout T' encumbrance, capable of taking charge d st net. Apply to Lonnquis -Sharp Co a mud raus[ ,Je aober and rellllble-, uliard block, upstairs. SO-' stating wages to E T Saunders Box 57, Pincher Creek, or to Fair Val rhe world than we offer land from FOR last oVance to buy lots in Fort George at Io- trices. After ley Ranch. FOR elegant new piano on good terms. W. 11. Johnson Land Co., Johnson Block. 86-C FOR Agreement of sale. Will make price so that interest will be at i) per cent; 5 years, to run. O. Box 1997. Apply P. April 9 iots wiU be frotii 5300 Local Improvement Districts Nos. islauve agent, offeree to sell him sixigQ, and go-1 votes at 5500 apiece and that Tie told And to Section 11 of The Education- -Buckiey "I won't give you a danmjal Tax Act in regard to lands situated the following area; viz.: Townships 1 to 14 in Ranges 11 to 15, West of the 4th M. Townships 1 to 17 in Ranges 1C and Ducks and chickens; pay top price. will. Sli Cite beside C. H. Cray's Round Street cent.' Mr. Kingsley said that in 1906 when the Armstrong Life Bill .wns before the legislature he went to Albany to advocate the amendment of the pro- vision of the bill relating to the elec- tion of directors. he said, sought the Interview. ;He told Mr. Kingsley, he said, that the vote on the amendment would be but said he did not ask him to pay! or any other sum. 5 miles from Stirling, part ivheat land i .part grazing land, price acre sel1 furniture and rent. For price! net if taken .in block. This land has and particulars apply on premises or been placed with me by owner for} to J- s- p- Burns Co- quick sale, will be pleased to show it but .have no time to soend with curiosity seekers or land grafters. Andrew J. Lipton, Stirling, Alberta, i high class piano, lot 60x102, ences. Apply la own handwriting and >od stable or garage. Corner, state what experience, also what sal- street and London Road, required. -Box 33, Herald. and v S 91-0 FOR few 1-4 and 1-2 sec- tions have been placed- -with me for sale in 7-17, price acre; 31 down, balance crop payments. .An- drew. J. .Lipton. Stirling, Alta. 90-6 general servant, ap- ply Mrs. .Fred 'Kenny, 317 Bartlett St. 91-6 TO RENT FOR lots and well built city water and sell cheap, handle. Apply 51S Norman TO house, furnished; next to Ritchie's store, North Ward. 00-6 'FOR >SAiLE ilN CARDSTOX Take a run down and see where tfhe government gets its car load lots- of sheaf wheat for exhibi- tion purposes. Mixed fanning and dairy lands, improved from to 825oll45, '1379; 13Sl, 1404, 1455, 1464, and Dated at Edmonton this 5th day of Tax Commissioner." flat' -wheat lands to ?40. Lee and Co., Cardston. W. O. 91-6 FOR 1-2 section 11-10-22 close to Diamond City, price }27.50: 53.50 castuAlso north east 1-i 29-9-22 in same section as town site of Kipp. OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS price cash. O. box 197. Tafber, Alta. Address P. 91-12 WINNIPEG MARKETS FOR to sell inside of ten days, 6 roomed house, all mod- or two furnished rooms for light house keeping, also room to rent close in. Apply 130 Wallwork SL 90-6 FOR Victoria Mansions. ern, full sized cellar. Taie a look at Redpath street. Immediate possession, it, Ernest street near Courtland. J. large modern housekeeping flat -with H. White, 1220 Bompas street. S9-6 every convenience. For particulars apply .to Janitor on. the premises or to Fred W. Downer. Coaldale Hotel. 89-3 FOR to sell inside of ten days, the Isest 5 roomed house in Duff Addition. located 957 Burdett street, terms. J. H. White, 1220 Bompas street. SSM5 FOR room house and six lots on south side, plastered, painted, FOR room table, mis- sion chairs, kitchen range, heater. 422 Bartleu St. 3-8, May 106 1-4, July 107 1-8: closed, 105 5-8, May lOfi 1-4. July 107 1-4. Oats closed: March 33. May 34 1-4. July 25 1-2. Write Box 18 Herald. 86-6 FOR business place in North Lethbridge; bake shop and oven double store and dance hall 24x 64, pool room and barber ahop in basement 24x64. Will rent for ?I50 per montb or will sell for 16000 for 20 days. Also a 6 roomed house on Burdett St. Duff Add., that will be finished In two weeks. Apply Thom- as Kennedy and save commission, Kennedy Hail, North Ward. 85-12 TENDERS SITUATION man wants o 1 position -on fcmnv hand: Majestic Theatre J handy with horses; married and will Apply on premises or Brown Amuse- ment Co., Arcade. 81-O AUTO TO seven passen- ger, 45 horse power Locomobile, by thp .hour, day or week. See E. A. McKenzie, Arcade Billiard and Bowl- ing parlors. 84-0 ROOM 'AND in for two' respectable young ladies, comfortable at most reasonable terms. Ap- ply 'Mrs. ?Yaser Reid, 318 Wood St. 89-6 HAMIOTA HOTEL DESTROYED BY FIRE Hamiota, Man.. March Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Saturday the 9ih day of April. 1910. for the purchase in 'bulk of the following -property be- longing to the estate of the late Wm. Henderson. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 37, 38. 39. 40, 41 Plan 4368 K and comprising 50 i acres more or less. This property ad- Hamlota Hotel was Destroyed by fire thc Hy lbnits and Henderson publication of j __ I -Park and is a. choice subdivision pro- ,ng arm own-, posftjon. Tenders to state terms of tents were totally destroyed. Quhe! payment, the executors reserving the right to vary same. The highest or any tender not nee- a number of guests were stopping at the hotel at the-time, and all escaped although some .had nothing on but night apparel. essarily accepted. C. B. BOWMAN, For the Executors. TO offices facing pjirk, Hill block. Apply E. J. Hill and Co. I'O-R take wife him if desired. Apply Hotel Cecil. 1282 Ford St. "Vaildress de- sires situation estafclishmem. Apply Mrs. Carter, general delivery, city- '01-fi LOST AND FOUND TO furnished front room, suitable for two young women, 'board if desired. Apply before 2 or after fi at 1212 Bompas St.. east of Police Barracks. 01-4 TO Three doubled stall stable. with hay roivi 3i. Apply Hotel Cecil, 'brown gelding, tall and rangy, -weight 1400 Ibs, fresh R 5 brand .on right shoirider, gone ,two .weeks, from ranch one mile west New Dayton, Alta. Owner of horae and W. "RIsinger; reward J10 for recovery, March 28th, 1010. 90-6 Lyle Fairnurst, a bundle of letters addressed to Herbert W. Sa- voy, Owner can nave same by calling at Herald office and paying for this ad. 83-0 Ideal norae city. 'An Anglo-Saxon 'communJty. TJeitiUful surroundings, excellent No TO .furnished extremes of heat or cold, and an abun- front room for men, every conven- dance of in Victoria ience. Apply .Hudson 'Bay House, 109 Smith St., opposite Arlington Hotel. Is really -worth living.- For particulars address: Dept -23, VaiKouver Island Development League, Victoria, B. C. ;