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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF, Thursday, May -4, -.1911. Profess MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 2-3; 7-S p.m. Office, 914 Third "Ave. S. MUSIC DOCTOR St Before 9 a-m.; 2-3; 7-S. DR. Stafford Sit Residence, 312 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.SO. Office Fhcse 319; Residence 1090. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block, Residence, corner Glyn and Boia- pas. Hours, 11-12; ?-4; 7-S.SO. MADAM pian- iste and teacher of pianoforte, organ, theory, harmony and voice produc- tion'. 'Engagements accepted; 25 experience in operatic, dram- atic and vaudeville. 504 Courtlaad SL 72-0 MR. J. .W. and choirmaster at St Augustin's church gives lessons in voice cultivation, or gan and pianoforte playing and the- ory. Candidates prepared for musical examinations. Studio, Room 9, Bry- an Block. DR. ear, nose and throat. Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12: 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phone office res Idence 5S3. L C. C. SALMON receives pupHs 3n all branches of Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Candidates prepared for Loudon, Eng., and Toronto Ex- aminations. 414 Westminster R-3. DR. LAFFERTYV-Physician and Sur- geon. Bryan ytock, Room 21. Office hours, 9-12; 2-5: Phono G5S. L. B. physician Suite 4, Dominion Blk.. -Uh Ave. VIAYI Viav! Co., offices ciL Suite 3, Dominion. Bldg. Hours 10-12 MJSS GLADYS and gold medalist of Lcndou Cunserva- tory Music; teacher of pianoforte. Residence- 413 (Ernest) 14th Phone 73S. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, Director j Expert instruction given in ai! branch- es of Music .and An by a siatt of thor-1 SOUS fjf Fno-lijifl oughly Qualified teachers, the heads of O1 departments being: Geo. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Provincial Secretary and endorsed "Tendons for will he re- ceived at the Department of the Pro- vincial Secretary, Parliament Build- j ings, Edmonton, up to noon of Monday, the 15th day of May, 1911, for the sup- ply and delivery at the Hospital for the Insane, Ponoka, for tKe balance of the year 1911, for the articles in the classes following, that is to say: 1. Groceries. 2. Meats of various kinds. 3. Butter and eggs. 4. Flour and oatmeal. 5. Potatoes." Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a Chartered Bank for five per cent, of the amount o" the tender, made payable to tho or- der of the Provincial Secretary, which will be forfeited to the Government of Alberta in case the successful tender- er refuses or neglects to enter into contract, or entered into fails to carry out the provisions thereof. per not exceeding 25 words-6 insertions fin, 6 BE PAID IfJ G fmm WHEAT SALE can ort SALE Seed grain, Banner Oats, raised Ameri-rom register- find the Person or Thing ycu are looking for by using WANTADS. Buyer and Seller; Applicant and Position; Renter and Roomer. Several hundred bushels good Red Fife seed wheat. Pawson Bros.. Coaldale Alta. Phone 112 Lethbridge Exchange! H3-0 SITUATIONS VACANT women to learn barber trade in 8 weeks; tools furnish- ed; situation or location guaranteed; illustratetd catalogue free. Molar System College, 609 Centre St, Gal- 63-0 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR and wood- work shop (gasoline power) doing a good business in one of the best towns in Southern Alberta. A snap and on terms. Box 34, Herald. 90-6 LOTS FOR 5A5.S .capable general servant Apply Mrs. J> Duff, 650 7th Ave. S H7-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE cedar poets, 7 feetT Apply John Lawson, to assist with house- work at Experimental Farm. Phone gene'fal ser- vant. Apply 1215 Courtland VOCAL Ursula Archer. Mr, j manager. Phone I2_o. jper. Tabor ORGAN AND Specifications may be seen, ap- proximate Quantities given, and form of tender supplied upon application to the Department of the Provincial Secretary, Edmonton. The lowest or''any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Newspapers inserting this adver- Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall every iJsement without written authority LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA No. 233 Society NURSING first and third month at S p.m. _ THEORY Gertrude E Jenkins. MANDOLIN-J. G. Harper, j Greenfield. Certificates and diplomas granted. European Er- W u' Wetlnesday of the j from the Department will not be paid For full particulars j for it. E. TROWBRIDGE, I Dep.uty Provincial Secretary. EDMONTON, April 29th. 1911. 7.17 FOR SALE 40 lots in Alexander Addi- tion ranging from to Terms. Also lots in D.uff Addition, Blocks. 20, 21. 22, each. Apply Harris, Dominion Blk. Phone 1367. 115-0 SITUATIONS WANTED -Position by an experienc- furnishtcg window 119-0 WANTJED- ed :TD en's si-uw card Ref- erences ;uid sample cards submit'ed. At presort employed. Address "Show- ties- Address Box 42, Herald. 120-0 Hersloi. stenographer, male 'or female. Apply stating refer- ences and salary required. Box C., Blairmore. 119-3 WANTED A competent general ser- vant, duties to commence May llth. Apply between 7 and 8 p.m. to Mrs. Cragg, 620 Bompas. couple to work on firm. Good position for right par- 117-6 SITUATION steam en- A. J. Warren Sec., Box 57 The Cursing Mission dis- j bend for catalogue. trict work: Obstetrical, medical and! Studios Office hours: Before 9 i CONSERVATORY BUILDING ajm-; 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 5-7. Missi5th Ave- and 11th s- Phone 765 E. Robinacn in charge. 530 Bartlsrt St. Tel., 1233. DAINTY PRIVATE Waliwork Street, North Ward. MISS C. NICHOLSON Professional'! nurse; massage and electric treat- ment given. Royal Bank Block, Red-} path St (upstairs.) 119-ft" EDUCATIONAL GAR3UTT BUSINESS Day and night school. Alberta Blk. 1" Phones: Office 1315; residence 1453. j j 0. Bos 556. George J. Schmidt. I f principal. I i Auction Sale Of Horses, Cattle and imple- ments Every Tuesday at 427Wood St., Lethbridge. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER DENTAL DR. M. J- gradcate- of Royal College of Dental Toronto, and holder of a MANTCUBIHG, "Etc. Dental certificate. Office, 5 sad S-fcLethbrldge. Bryan Block. Phorns 1071. MISS V. goods, hair dressing, manicure, combings made up, orders taken for Spirillo corseto. Acadia Block, Rednath St. DR. GARNET T. of- fice, 219 Sherlock Block. Phona 463. PIANO TUNING .A. HULBERT, expert piano tuner, 1235 6th' 'Are., ST Box 1822, anoB. Phone 1163. ACCOUNTANTS -T..S. Fire Hall. The most up-to date "funeral director i- and embalmer In the city. Black and j hearses. We have also the ei-j elusive agency for the Soinervills i VV. D. accountant Marble and Granite Works, of Cal-j Auditing, liquidations, general so- gary. Office phone 561; residence counting, and advice thereoa. Ac- Phone FOR SALE Can supply in carload lots PUBLIC AUCTION OF BLACKFGOT INDIAN LANDS There will be "offered for sale by public auction, subject to an upset price, at Gleichen, on the Canadian Pacific Railway, in the Province of Al berta, on Wednesday, the 14th day of gineer for steam plow. Apply Box 33. Herald. Experienced. 119-6 SITUATION lady competent- stenographer for a good position out of town. Apply Garbutt Business College. 121-6 Morriesey, B. _ 103-24 FOR SALE One Hart-Parr gasoline engine, 1910 make, .used only one sea- eon; also one eight furrow Cockahutt engine gang, breaker and stubble bot- toms complete. Will-bell cheap. Apply Box 75, Pincher Creek, 115-10 social club The only place of amusement in B.urdett. For particulars write or call on J. G. Barton, .Burdett. Alta. 115-12 FOR organ in good con- dition, terms month. Mason Risch Piano New Dominion Blk. r'OI _ _ _ Phone 791. 116-0 FOR pool tables, by May, of. Toronto, in first class condition, for sale cheap, together with pool room fixtures. Apply by letter only. Syd. Wallis, Royal View, Lethbridge. 118-12 wants situation, post of pre- Lethbridge-Iron .Works ferred. Can snve ferred. Can give good reference. Write to Box 132 Coal Creek, Fernie, young girl to-assist in housework. References. Mrs. Silver, 121-2. B. C. 120-6 SITUATION WANTED Engineer, second class certificate, seeks position. and wife and cook for camp. Apply Summit Lime Wks., 803 6th Ave. South. 121-6 men to work in woods: FOR exchange for broken or unbroken saddle or work horses, he following: etallion, imported, Ash- moor Rufus, 3 yrs. old, Suffolk Punch, irst prize In his class, and champion of the 'breed at Calgary0 "horse show last month. Two Imported Shire-stallions, one weighs over a ton. One French Coach-stallion, imported weighs over 1400 pounds, was second at" Calgary. None of theee horses .are offered, be- cause of any faults but only because the owner is., selling his stallions. Ap- ply Geo. Headier. Okotoks Ranch, i mile from- Okotoke station. steam and electricity; long experience. Teamsters, hookmen, ?30 to per FOR First class referents. Aririrocs monr.h and hnavri Wix-or ri-r-i-iwe CD sn _ Phone 29. 121-6 First class references. Address Herald Office. 121-6 June. 1911, at 10 o'clock, A.M., j i i 642 acres of the Biackfoot Indian Re- serve, is situate about 40 miles 1 1 east of Calgary, on the main line of the 1176. Open day and night. adia Blk.. Lethbridge, Alta. 1247. n. E. Indtistrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts. Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation, Plans, Estimates, etc. 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1433. Agency Alberta Land Surveyors HARRIS ency. We ara the only authorized agents of the C. P. R. and A. R. I railways in t-othbrldge. Ws also, supply contractors, fanners and fe- male help. Phone 1412, or write ua. 4 Begin Block, Round St 99-6 Coal Co. SSOE REPAIRING 'J. F. and Alberca Land Surveyor; In-iga- tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Booms j 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P.O. Bos .bsst and cheapest shoes can be 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, jind Aiberta Land Surveyor; Mine Sar- Veyor; Irrigation Engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. -W5LLIAM and Con- tractor, Estimates free. Repairs and alterations. Office, Hoom 5, Bryan Block. P. 0. Bos, 512. had at McHENRJ'S Shoe Store, 242 Westminster-Road N. (13th His O.K. all the time. Called i for anu delivered to any part of f Lethbridge. 1330. 101-26 Bank of Commerce Building Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Proprietors. Office next Arcada. Phone 1163. stations of Naraaka. ?Tobart, ichen, Cluny, Crowfoot, and Bassoro are j opposite to or within a short distance j of the Indian Reserve and about eight j or nine miles north of the northern j limit of the lands to be sold. These land's consist of about three 'quarters of Tp.'SO, R_ IS, the S 1-2 of M0TOR VEHICLES ACT month and board. River drivers per day and board. Elk River Lum- ber Co., Hosmer, B. C. 121-6 competent servant. 603 Ave., or Bompas. 121-0 WANTED-By progressive Canadian Life Insurance Co., district manager jior Lethbridge'and district Experi- jence not "necessary but preferred. Ap- ply stating age, and experience, if any for getting. Iowa stock. eggs per tlf- teen. Apply 455 19th St. North, cor. Torrance and McKay. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS I Canadian Pacific Uailway The rail- Regulations Governing Permits, Re-j (to Bos 48. Herald. 121-3 newals and Transfers Pursuant to Section 3 of The Motor Vehicles Act, the following, regulations have been adopted by. the Lieutenant Governor in Council, the issuing of permits and renewals and transfers 1. HJh'e if allowing ''fees'; 'shall; he paid LAND FOR SALE acres land to breaST south of Tabsr this: spring. First class wort guaranteed. We operate three outfits. Davis banning Co., Taher A3- berta. 83-0 WANTED TO house on south side of tracks. Must not be more then ?12 or f 15 per month. Ap- ply Box 1000 Herald. 10S-Gi VVtlfiiAT AJNJU KAJNUH MAN WANTED__Tfi LANDS-We have for sale upwards of acres farm lands, close to prosperous toivnsites, from to per acre. Ra'w prairie from SIS per acre. All on terms to; suit purchaser. Many thousand acres; of 20. R. 20, the's: 1-2 of Tp. 20, the Department of'the Provincial C.P.R. lands from" per A. payments i J2l; Tp. 20 and' part of Tp. 21, R. 22; Secretary for Motor Vehicle spread over ten years at 6 per cent Write'at once. of city. Box 507, Citj 118-Ox strong bicycle for boy, cheap; .Must be'la good" repair. Box Lake, Alta. 121-6 Tp. 20 and part of Tp. 21, R. 20 and 21 and part of 22, R. 24, all west of the 4th Meridian. renewals and transfers We have a.special offer to actual set- The lands will 'b'e offered "for sale For annual renewal of each on first'application j tiers.' Write for our descriptive'book- let "Alberta Wheat Ranch Lands." "Equity Trutt Loan Co., Cannangay, first application !n quarter sections, cash or one-tenth cash, and the balance In nine equal annual instalments Nwlth interest at five per cent on the unpaid purchase money. Upon a parcel of land being knock- dOTra, the purchaser shall immedi- ately deposit the stun of one hundred permit Alta. TO RENT TO and Ap- to the C. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- street 194-0 66-0 For transfer of permit 2. A permit shall remain in force during the calendar year in whicn it is issued and it shall be renewed im- mediately sft'-r the thirty-first day of December in each year. 3. On a change of ownership of a registered Motor "Vehicle the permit FOR acres .-first-class wheat land ready for plow, 10 miles from Warner and S miles from Milk- River 'station, 314.50 per acre. -Part cash, balance long terms. Martin Ul- rich, Carpenter and Builder, Warner, 97-26 TO bedroom in ful- -ly modern house; in, half block south of Central 623 Courts (Ninth) street dollars -with the Clerk of Sale, other- j shall go with the Vehicle and notice wise the parcel will at once be put up j of such change of ownership shall again. For this purpose intending pur- chasers should provide themselves with marked cheques on chartered banks of Canada, made to their olvn order and payable at par at the point ;of sale; or with bank notes of as large a denomination as possible. The j balance of the cash instalments must in every case be paid before the __ of the sale, failing which the deposit i which the permit was issued, {of one hundred dollars will be forfeit- within twenty-four hours be sent by the person to whom such permit was is- sued to the Department of the Provin- cial Secretary, together with the full name and address of the purchaser and the purchaser shall forthwith pay the transfer fee. 4. A number corresponding to that FOR for rent. Finest boarding house proposition in the city. Enquire the Alberta Loan Investment Company, Limited, Bry- an Block. 100-0 FOR sale section Twp. 7, Range 18, 4 1-2 miles east of i No. 612 Glyn St., per acre; cash, bal-! partly furnished with kitchen range, ance five annual payments with 6 per cent interest or per acre for all cash. Address owner, J. F. Steiner, Berwick, N.: D. FARMS FOR hal? section, near Pincher' Creek; Aits.'., eighty acres in crop, and fifty ajres brok- en, good" other buildings. tables, chairs, sideboard, 4 beds and bedroom furniture, etc. 4 bedrooms, 7 rooms altogether. in J.every- way. Apply G. A. Peat Co., Macdonald Blk. v 108-Ox of-the permit shall be exposed only per acre, upon the Motor Vehicle in respect of j Bos 50, Herald.-' r r TO furnished rooms use .of. phone, rent reasonable. street, v V" Apply 112-0 HOBSE EEPOSITORY CONCRETE executed 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 Co., Concrete Factory, 523 Smith St Phone E. T. 5ROAD is prepared to take or- ders for light mill1 work, as ripping, joiatiKg, grooving, planing, band sawing, etc. Window and door frames made up on short notice., Office and factory, near 7th Ave. S., east of 12th St P. 0. Box 730. Phone 710. HORSE REPOSITORY Horses oought, sold and ezchanged. A con- signment of heavy and light horses irom eastern Ontario, arrived; also a large consignment of harness to hand. Dealer in 2nd hand rigs and bicycles. Wm. LeviHie, cor. 4th Ave. N. and I2th St B. North, North Ward. P. 0. Bos 1873. 104-26 TRANSFER SYNOPSIS or' CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS b. Onautncnzea publication advertisement will not be EDWARD Transfer, iota, 98-26 'HOS. and Job- ber. All kinds of repair work, store fixtures, etc. Contracting a special-1 n ty. Box 1457. Pnone 1378. Leth- bridge. Aita. ViADUCT LQDGE NO, 53 .1. 0. "0. F. every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Odd- fellows' Hall. All visitors welcome GEORGE P. HEATH u. j. BATEIE, Noble Grand. lor. Any person is the sole head o? i family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section i of Domlmon land in Mani- Stskaichewan or Alberta. The the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry bj proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mother, eon, "daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in "each of three sears. A homesteader mnj live within nine miles of his home- ed and the land withdrawn from sale. Coal and mining rights in connection therewith on the lands above describ- ed are reserved from sale. Descriptive lists of the lands, giv- ing upset prices and plans may be ob- tained upon application to J.A. Markle Inspector of Indian Agencies, Red Deer, J. H. Gooderham, Indian Agent, Gleichen, or the Dominion Lands Agents, Calgary, Lethbridge or.Medi- cine Hat, or to the undersigned. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be paid for. J. D. MCLEAN, Asst. Deputy and Secretary, i Department of Tnriian Affairs, Ottawa, April 18, 1911. 5. A permit may be issued to a man-! J17-12 TO floor, bffics cheap. "Apply to L. S. Ripley' Co. 115-0 ufacturer of or dealer in Motor Vehicl w.iu. m aiuivi v Jron gOTin Mt upon payment of the fee hereinbefore i ___ which said permit shall ap-! acres ply to a Motor Vehicle which said j manufacturer or dealer may'from time to time, during the term mit, hold for sale and not for private i use or hire. I Wm. Paris, Box 483r 118-6 of irrigated miles from Lethbridge. e hve Price of said to sel1 at this price.- for private I Securities Coaldale' Block, Ijethbridge. 119-6 6. Such permit may be renewed from j FOR homestead, 320 acres; nice level iandi-i'CSin all'he broken, entirely free from stone. 30 miles from Great Falls, Mon. and with in an hour's drive of a growing town, population Will relinquish right if taken at once. Apply 131 15th, St. N. citv T ?i 'ft' year to year upon the terms set out in Section 1 hereof. 7. If for any reason any permit is- sued as aforesaid shall lapse or aot be required, the Provincial Secretary may, at any time, cancel any permit issued as aforesaid. Under Section .12 of The Motor Ve- hide Act, any person- violating any of Act shall upon jfore a justice of the peace be liable to a penalty not ex- summary conviction TO 7 roomed house, wa- ter and electric light 418 Wilson St., North Ward. Address Post Box 242 Office 117-6 FOR FURNISHED BEDROOMS with all modern conveniences in "the Kean Block, (opposite poat apply J. W. Kean, Kean Block. ns-6 TO, REN'TTrTwo furnished rooms in a fully modern ho.use. St. south. FOR 9 roomed house modern, within three blocks of Apply 622 10th 118-Ox Tuny post- FOR 1-2 section 4-14-20 office. Splendid boarding house 'pro- position. -Apply Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co'.; Ltd.. 323 5th St. 3. 119-6 West of-4th clad; stable 38 FOR RENT OR Stand- house 24 Iron Jard typewriter. For'terms, apply Box 60 iron G25 121 6 man or woman want- ed for wrrk at home paying or per day with opportunity to ad- vance. Spare time can be .used. Work not difficult and requires no experi- ence. Winston, Limited, Spadina Ave., Toronto. ceedlng fifty dollars, default of ARCHITECTS customers, WM. T. clear ney Block. Late of Williams Bros., 1 urse" Amateurs Attention! First six ex. films developed free for Our system makes- sharp. Saves fail- Secretary, Bos 1-SlOJ stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned or occupied by iijn or oy his ratcer, motnerr SOD, daughter, j or sister. In certain u homesteader Detroit. st and sample print free steaa. AMATEUR DEPT, in pood standing quarter-ecctlon alongside Price I3.0U per acre. pre-empt a, his home- i Duties BOX 417 PHONE 1143 Western Plumbing Co., Ltd. Next Door to Euraka WGH GRADE PLUMBING AT FAJ5J PRICES payment, one month's imprisonment ?nced' good sprinsr run" E. TROWBRIDGE through house acad Pro Deputy Provincial Secretary, j known as the Sundial Ranche. 119-25 Comprising 300 acres; 50 acres brok- jen. 15 in brome and rye grass. Price per acre to Lillian N. Graham, Canyon P.> Alta. TOWN" CONSTABLE WANTED i Applications addressed to the Chair- j man of the Committee on Licenses and I Police, Cardston, will be received up FOR 6 -roomed mod- -ern good location. Possession June 1st Inquire 703 6th Ave. So.uth, or R. V. Gibbons 121-S FOR 33-13-20 West of berta Block. 4th. All fenced with three wire's. No i other improvements, about 400 acres good agricultural land, balance good MONEY-TO farm and city property. Lever, Room 2 A1-. 104-0 ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. Portrait Studio I MEDICINE HAT ALBERTA finish for amateurs all over the H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block, Lethbridgs, Phone 1438. PHOTOGRAPHY Bros. Hours, from 9 a.m. til! 6 p.m. Studio 906 Third Ave. S., next door to Bap- list. Church. Specialists in dry cleaning; Phone 474, Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3th St. S. reside six months in each of siz years from date of homestead en- try (Including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate iirty acrea extra. A homesteader wno has exhausted nis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-empuon may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts, fries 53.00 per acre. reside six months in each or three- years, cultivate fifty acres and erect i a House worth 5300.00. W. vr. CORY, Oeputy Miitister or ths Interior, Ottawa, Canada, Destless House Cleaning Vacuum Cleaner letlibridge House Cleaning Co. Phone 1115 to May 15th, 1911, for the position Of {Pasture Never failing supply of Town Constable of the Du- vater- cash 12760.00.. balance at '9 years. Apply Lillian N. Graham, Canyon P. 0., Alta, 12M ties to begin June 1st. Salary to com- mence at per montb, with per- iodical increases to suitable officer. Reference required., Dated April 28th, 1911. JOHN HOLMES, 12C-3 Chainnan L. P. Committee. LEARN AUTOMOBILE Home lessons; weekly Job: guaran- teed; 110- weekly while learning. Ro- chester Auto 1748, Rochester, N. Y.. 112-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE TENDERS Get Your Ciothcs Cleaned by a firm who guarantee to do the best work you ever had done. French or dry cleaning and repairing. The Lsthbridge Cleaners 327 Round St. Phone 666. I TENDERS wanted by the West Can- jadian Collieries, Ltd., Blairmore, Al- berta, for the construction of eleven cottages. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Blairmore office. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close May 17th. JI 120-7 FOR roomed house, ful- ly modem, best finished house In city. Will take good auto or well matcher! team on first payment. Also modern cottage. Both central location. P. 0 Box 1853. _ 120-6 have three good lot-s in Block 126 to trade for automobils. W. M. "Harris, Dominion Blk. BREAKING TO acres at Spring Coulee, X4.00. per acre. Address Johnson Bros.. Spring Coulee. 120-0 LOST AND FO.UND FOR seven roomed modern house. cash and balance arrang- ed; also 1 six roomed modern house; above houses very central: also 3-4 section first class farm land, acre and balance in f> years wjth 6 per cent. 6th St, South or phoftfe OI5S. 120-6, Bay horse, .8 years lump on face, also cut old.- leg. Reward for return to DriukrJl, 1246 Fifth Avenue A. South (Argyle Letbbridge." bicycle7 pump, one that at- taches onto the bicyc'le, cdfdr greeir, on Wednesday morniag. May' 3rd. WiJl the: finder'please leave at thd Herald office. 120-Ox ;