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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, Mi./ 5,1913 ttlis page, as a market place for buying/selling or renting, will save you time and money The Modem Method of Renting Rooms or Monies DIP YOU EVER STOP to realize iliat some of the nicest apartments and homes in this city are apparenj-ly never tor. rent, and yet are always rented? Did you ever wonder why you seem never to have an opportunity f t securing such a place for yourself? The answer is that such people never use signs where vou expect to find signs. They do not proclaim the fact that their property is for rent by sticking signs In their windows. They do not desire a horde of people tramping through their exclusive homes. They are just as desirous of rentine their houses as any other landlord. But they desire their houses rented to the right f)eop!c in the right way. If you will follow the rental announcements in this paper in the columns of Want Ads., you will always find some of these desirable places offered here. � tJsually in these announcements, all necessary facts are given, so that you know immediately whether or not any especial property being offered for lease is suitable to you. Try looldug over these rental colUmits for the home you expect to lease. This is (he surest way of finding such a home as you desire, because most people having better places like these to rent use this method exclusively. In looking for a place to live use your head, not your feel-an ounce of intelligence is worth a ton of shoe leather. S5 words, 25c an Insertion; 6 Insertions for the price of 4. -MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE- TO BENT i TO KENT-Six rooms for gentlemen only. .--.PP'.y Turkish V�-,th Pallors. TO LET-Stores, offlces. and rooms, central location, moderate rates. Ap-plv to Alberta Loan & Im-estment Co., Fifth St., S. Phoiie_1214. 101-0 VOK UK.N'T-Two furnished rooms, with use of phone. CISl 10th St, 106-0 TO liENT-By May liit one fully modern house with gas, consisting of 12 rooms aud bath, three doors from car line. 612 tith Street South. One of the most suitable rooming and boarding houses In the clt.v. Apply Ed, McKen-zip, Box 16,") city or phone R. 100. 109-0 TO CHICKE.V RAISERS-I have now ready for occupancy on 21st Street, -North Ward, close to Railway .^ve., one acre of land, all fenced in with a j comfortable roomy bungalow. This j is a splendid proposition for those in-; terested in chicken raising. Rent, in-j eluding land and residence, 52,5.00 per ' month. Apply qutcfe to Frad W. Downer, City.____ 112-0 TO R1'".\'T-nouble apd single rooms, with board, Al.^o table hoard. 308 7th Avenue A, South. 119-6 { IV1ISCELI-ANE0U8 WANra , ] WANTED-Six or eight horse power gaa6Hne engine; itlso a feed grinder. -Must be in good condition and cheap. Address .lohnson Bros., Warner, Alberta. 100-0 WAXTBi)^Pafty to' plow" and plant nibout ten acres to potatoes; five miles east of city-Apply 62;! Ninth street South., 'phoue 1228. ox WANTED-A fei�rSouThrATi-ican TcrFp^ for cash. C. W. Relraer. 941 East Al-lowance St.. Medicine Hat, Alta. 118-6 WANTED-The .^^ W. Vi 31-9-20, fenced, at once. ' ..\pply H. V. Gibbons, 709 6th Avenue S., Phone 1180. 121-2 W.ANTBD-Young man, single, work ing in city, desires board and room, on or near car line. Apply Box 155 Herald Oraee. 121-3 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLIC NOTICE (At., least five notices must be posted within the limits of the district) WANTED-By the son of Belgium farmer, situation on a (arm or something similai-. Ago 35 years. Can apeak a little Englisli. Apply Box 57 Heraltf, 122-6 r BUSINESS CHANCES J TO RENT-Two pleasant rooms with.;, or without board, suitable for lady i or gentlenuin. Central location. Apply 6;19-9th St. South, Phone 1072 1 11J-b TO HKXT - Two and three room apaifnieul.t; with bath, Hull Block; also rooms Shepherd Block. $7.J20. Apply n. E. Harris, Iloom 1, Hull Block.______119-6 FOR KKNt-Two' rooms t'br light housekeeping. Furnished or unfurn- j ished as desired; also furnished bed-! room-modern, close-in. rent reason-' able. Apply 701 5th Ave. S. 119-6 SITUATIONS VACANT 1 �WANTED-Men and women to learn barber trade; tools given each student; large demand tor graduates. Now I*! BPlendid Oxne to learn. Catalogue tree. Moler College, CaJgary. Alberta. 262-0 WANTED-Competent house maid. Apply between two and three in the afternoon, Mrs. L. M. Johnstone, 1280 4th Avenue South. 108-0 SECOND CLASS ENGINEER Wanted for large mine in the Pass. Apply stating experience, references and salary required to Box D 3, Blairmore, Alberta.__130-6 WANTKl>-^Man to handle stallion. Good job for right man. Apply John McClennan, Noble, Alberta. 117-6 WANTED-A capable general aerv-tint. Must be', good plain, cook. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, 624 13th Street South. 117-6 WANTED-Messenger boy. Apply 8 o'clock in the morning to the LetJi-bridgn Gleaners, 323 5th Street, John- Bon Block.__118-6 WANTED-Man to play piano and Bing illustrated songs. Good pay. Phone 20, or write Box 48, Cardston, Alberta. 118-6 t MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ] FOR SALE-One kitchen cabinet, almost new. Apply 619 10th St. 112-0 FOR REX't- STx"roolned modern cot-tage, $25 a month, located on 2nd St Applv 615 12th St. S,. corner 6th Av- enue" South._120-6 TO RE.N'T-Nice furnished room, ail modern conveniences. Also rooms suitable for light housekeeping, with water, light and heat. 419 Eiglith St., South. 120-6 i T0~~HE.\T-Slin-oom fully tiioderiT ' house, fire place, large chicken rair\ and coop at back; rent ?20, one-third' less than rental value. Apply J. Tuff , Premium Grocery, 321 11th Street S. i 122-0 I FOR SALE CHE^VP - Two second hand upright pianos in good condition, cash or easy payments. .Mason and Risch Ltd., 404-5th St. S., Bryan Block. 117-6 FOR RENT-Six roomed modern cottage, located at 644 6th Street, with barn accommodating fo'- horses, a mouth. Apply E. Chesney, corner 12th Avenue and 6th St. South. 122-6 FOR S^VLE-Office building, 12 x IS, and small building 10 x 12; also corral fence, all to be moved, located corner 3rd street and 4th avenue. Apply H. Galvin, Phone 618 620-14th St. South. 119-0 LAND FOB SALE FOR SALE-Snap, contract of Canadian Home Investment Co., will sell for amount of money paid in. Loan will be due any time. Owner is leaving country. -Apply Box 40, Herald office.___ 119-6 FOR SALE-Private sale of furniture one range almost new, beds dressers, stands, rugs, chairs, tables and kitchen utensils, 3 burner coal oil stove. Call at 531 5th St. South, afternoons. 120-6 MASTER MECHANIC - wanted for large mine in the Pass. Apply stating experience, references and salary required to Box D 3, Blairmore, Al-terta; 120-6 WAJCTKD-Dining room girl; also general servant for Southern Hotel, Bellevue, Alta. Apply to 621 5th St. South. City._121-0 WANTED-Competent woman or girl for general housework. Mrs. Fairfield, Experimental farm. Phone 38o. 121-0 WiANTED-^A general servant. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Travis, 619 11th St. South.___122-0 1.ADIE5S' WANTED TO DO WORK at home, decorating cushion tops. Can make from ?3 to %6 per day. Pleasant work. Armour Art Co., Dept. E. 43, Steele Block, Winnipeg. SO-1 SITUATIONt WANTED WANTED-Experienced Jiousekeeper desires poeition in city at once. Ap- ply Box 40. Herald._112-H) SITUATIONS WANTED - Man and wife want work on farm; have S year old Child. "Wife capable, plain cook and could cook foy bunch' of men. Man has been used to horses on farm �work; can plow and has good knowledge of pigs and cattle. Both man and wife are 25 years old and are of Welsh descent; would prefer work not too far from Lethbridge or Taber. Write to Phillip Charles Harris, Taber, Alta.* 117-6 PRIVATE SALE-On account of leaving the city, will sell all my household furnishings for ten room house, consisting of bed-room, dining room, kitchen and basement furniture. Also two 50 foot lengths of garden hose, garden tools, grindstone, lawn mower, hay knife, etc. 1 set of Bulwer's works (9 volB.l 1 set of Chas. Reade's works, (9 vols.) 1 Set University Encyclopedia, (10 vols.) all cloth binding. Book lovers, here is your chance to get something good cheap, in the way of books Call at residence 1214 oth Ave. S., Chas. S. Schalkle. 121-6 FOR SALE-5 or ten acre lots, plowed and irrigated, near school to be built at once, just east of city. Easy terms. Lloyd & Devine, 103 Sherlock Building. Phone 1353._79-0 FOR SALE-North half Sec. 11-9-11, South Bow Island, splendid land, ?20 per acre. Eotiity ?2112, balance over 5 years at 5%. Open to any reasonable arrangement. Owners, Arthur Bennett, Ltd., 705 Fifth Avenue West Calgary. Alta._ 112-26 FOR SiAI/B-160 acres well improved land, buildings, etc., south of Seven Persons^ Alta.; clear title. Price $1600, terms reasonable. Apply N. B. Peat & Co., Lethbridge, Alta. 115-12 FOR SALE-N. E. 1-4 Sec. 32, Twp. 13 Range 18,-160 acres, 45 cultivated; IVz miles from railroad and post office. Can be irrigated. Price $1600. No encumbrance, .\pply N. B. Peat 6 Co., Lethbridge. 116-6 FOR SALE CHEAP-Eariy Ohio potatoes for seed or eating purposes best early, firm, mealy potatoe for this climate; no disease. Can deliver in radiiis of five miles. Also baled Blue Joint hay, 75c per bale, 901bs to llOlbs. -Apply 952 8th St. S. 121-6 FOR SALE-Sorrel pony, li years old. Price $65. Apply 940 9th St. South. 122-2 LOST-FOUND LOST-A gold and enamel badge, inscribed "St. Cyprian's Sunday School," with little gold cross attached.-Return to 623 9th St. S. ox WANTED-Young man wants situa"-tion as hotel porter or anything sim-! liar. Apply H. e. B.. Herald. U 9-0 Wanted-Employment, (age":;' f as dispensei', drug store assistant, dental operator, expert In advertising and placing patent medicine or own i)ack-ed goods on market; has sole agency . for Canada and U. S. A., for Dr. Stohl'B Green Ointment, etc. Pay own passage. Opportunity for good man willing to pay on results. aPr-tlculars to Llewelyn P. Jones, Northern Drug Co., 73 Walton Vale. Ain-tfee, Liverpool. 120-3 STRAYED OR STOLEN-One black gelding, branded cleves over bar on left hip; alEO two white hind feet; weighing 1050 Ibs/j had halter on. .-Vlso one bay horse, branded JH on left jaw, 1050 lbs. Both roach manes. $15 reward. Edward ICing, 112-19th St. N., Phone 6^2;__LL*- $20'00 REWARD-For the recovery bt brown gelding, weight about 13001bs, brand oc �" '^'t shoulder; age eight years; had halter when lost. R. Sev- ior, Taber__120-6 LOST-Two. year old colt, bay, branded K, inverted Y on right shoulder. $15 reward tor return to T. S. Lanier Wilson Siding, Phone R. 510. 122-0 FOR SALE-Office desk and Heintz-man Piano; both in good condition. GoL>d terms for caoh. Ajjply 1120 5th Avenue South. 122-0 PORT GEORGE THE NEW "PAY ROLL" CITY-In the heart of Central British Columbia, commanding the trade of the great Peace River district, one hundred million dollars will be spent In railroad construction alone in the next four years opening up this great inland empire; Fort George is its pay roll centre. You can share In the handling of this money If you are a business or professional man, carpenter, builder or v.ish to engage In any kind of business or work in a new city. The climate is splendid, summer or winter. There are one thousand miles of navigable waterways on which seven steamboats are now operating froin Port George. One hundred million acres of rich agricultural, coal, mineral and timber land available for settlement. The provincial government offers 160 acres free to every head of family under new land law just put in force. Fort George is on the line of all railways building through this great new country and will be on the jobbing manufacturing and railway centre. Openings for saw mills, shingle mills, sash and door factories, brick yards and business men of all kinds. Get busy with the "pay roll" particulars free; Call or write. Nauira! Resources Security Company Ltd., Joint owners and sole agents Fort George Townsite Edmonton, Fort George, Vancouver, Address 424 Van,^ouver Block, Vancouver, B C. ' 111-12 i BOARD AND ROOM D BOARD AND ROOM - Modern conveniences, use of piaw); $5 per week. Apply S34-7th St. S.. nhone 1238. 45-0 By the Board of Trustees of The Lethbridge Separate S. 1)., No. 9, of the I'rovinc.e of Alberta. Whereas it is deemed expedient by the Board of Trustees of the Ijelh-bridge Separate S. D.. No. 9, of tlhe Province of Alberta, that the sum of Fifty Thousand lS50,000) Dollars should be borrowed on the security of the sold District by the Issue of Debentures repayable to the bearer In forty equal consecutive annual instalments with interest at the rate of not more than eight per centum per annum for the following purposes, nnmely: (State purpose for whiclh loan Is required in same words as in bylaw,) erecting a School building ot brick and terra cotta and furnishing and equipping the same with proper furniture aud accessories. Therefore notice is hereby given by the Board ot the said District that unless a poll of the ratepayers of the said District for and against the said debenture loan is demanded as provided by the School Ordinance the said Board will apply' to the Minister of Education .for authority to borrow the said sum by debentures. Of which all persons interested are hereby notified, and they are required to govern themselvBs accordingly. W.M. LLOYD, Chairman. Date. NURSINQ --- I -------- ---- NURSING-Tito Nursing Mission district work; Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hours: before 9 a.m.. 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. Miss M. L. Cunningham, Supervising Nurne. Bao-12th St ^Bartlett 8L) Phone 1233. The WIMPOLE .PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1224 Seventh Ar�nue S.. Supt. Miss Swayne. Phone 1848. Lethbridge. 1 DENTAL DR. J. M. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office: Rooraa B and G, Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. O. J. COURTICE-Dentist, graduate of Northwestern Unlverptty, Chicago. 111. Office hours: 9-12; 1-5. Rooms 11 and 12, Macdonald Block. DR8. .MARR8 A MARRS-Dentists, successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. KoMrs 9 to 5; Office: His-Inbotham Bfock. Phone 874. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS, Dentist, Member ot Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physiolp,ns (London) L. D. S., 1900. Hours: 9-12; l-o. Office 6-8, Post OfSce Block. MASSAGE I *--�-� MISS K. MAY HOLMES-Medical Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish system) Electric and Vibratory treatments, Hydro-Theropy, Shampooing and Facial Massage. Treatments given by appointment only. Phone 1710. Suite "C" Hull Block. *- 1 �- HAIR DRESSING --- 1 _-Hf FOR SALE-Complete plowing and thrci'.bing outfit, 32 h,p. cross-compound Allierta Special Reeves Engine, 30-80 Reeves separator, 12 frame Corkshutt plow with both wheels and stride, stubble and breakor sets, cook car, tank wagon, discing hitch and dlscB, blacksmith's outfit etc., all first class machinery, 1" excellent condition. Will sell at a bargain on good terms to responsible parties, or trade for live stock. No bettor outfit In Alherta for contractor or company farm. Reason tor sale owner no longer has enough engine work to keep outfit busy. T. W. DIKE, COALDALE. Phone R. 715 HAIRDRESSING, MANICURING, CHIROPODY.. 1 cure eczema, facial and scalp ti-ouhle. Also make up combings Into switches. I carry a nice line of switches. Will call by appointment. Have moved from Bryan Block to' Johnson Block, opposite the Bank of Toronto. 120-12 UNDERTAKINQ T. 8. FETTERLV--Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also Agent for the Bowerville Marble and Granite Works, ot Calgary; Office opposl'e Court House. Phone 581; Residence 284-7th Ave. S. Phone 1178. Open Day and Night. SURVEYING -* .- � I J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrigation and Hydraulic Englueer. Rooma B and 6, Whitney Block. P.O. Box �57. Phone 1042. EDLiCATtOiVAL ] *----7-^1- GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE- Alberta Block, Lethbridge. Day achoo: and evening classes. Book-keaplnjSf Shorthand. English, Type-' ' writing. Students may enter at any time. A M. Fisher. PrlncipaL Office Phone 1316: Residence Phone 1B31. � 287 TANNERY -* I CALGARY TANNERY CO., LTD., EAST CALGARY, ALTA. - Hides and furs of all kinds dressed and tanned, bought and sold. Write for price list, full with information. AUCTIONEER - I -- � � � W, L. WILSON-Provincial anf city licensed auctioneer. Sales of all �'jnds conducted on reasonable lerms. Live stock and farm Sales a specialty. Office at tlie Wilson Furniture Co., 404 I3th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. Dowiitown omce'a,t 'the Lefubrldge-.....-1 '?nnltv Co.. Phone 1173. 1 PAINTING 1 - *- J. E. SIMONS CO., Up-to-date Decorating. It's the quality, durability and appearance ot our work that increases our business dally. Painting, Papering and Kalsomlnlng. Phone 121G. 714-3rd Ave. South. W. EMERY, PAiNTER AND DECOR-ATOR-I use only the very best material for all work, .and guarantee to give p.Tfisfaietloh. Estimates willingly given. 921 Ninth St. S. W. R. BROWN-Carriage and House painter, paper hanging and wall tinting. Lethbrldge's oldest established painter, 14 years in businesR here. The quality and styles of onr work ensures satisfaction. Rates reasonable. Estimates free. 313 6th Avenue A. S., (near Lethhrldge Laundry.) Phono 720. CONTRACTING I �--- CARPENTER BROS.-Qeneral �Builders and contractors, also basement floors, concrete and sidewalk work. We raise and move bulldingg. Estimates free. Phone No. 1418.. *- ELECTRICIAN 1 -* LEICESTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, Electric light and power contractors. All kinds of electrical apparatus Installed. Repairs promptly executed. 8. O. E. Building. lOtb St, South. Phone 1882. WINDOW CLEANING -* *--� WINDOW CLEANING CARPETS CLEANED, (highly recommended.) Storm Windows removed. Glazing done. Cellars cleaned. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 1127, Letlh-bridge Window Cleaners.- 120-6 PATENTS rether5tonhau^h&& "me Old Established "firm" TORONTO IHt.doract)'! OTTAWA ROYAL BANK fftefClllnl 31 IcASUt BWCflunOI 8. Y. HURST, FUNERAL DIRECTOR Licensed Embalmor; (Lady attendant when desired.) Donnan Block, 401 2nd Ave.. S, Phono 1802, night or day. �!-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS-Expert Piano Tuner, 1253 Sixth Avenuo A. South. Phone I WHOLESALE I f!----- !il HYDE & SAUNDERS-WHOLESALE DEALERS |n hay, grain, potatoes. Write, wire or phone for quotations on car or small lots, mixed cars, etc. We guarantee choicest quality. Let us handle your wheat Satisfaction gnnranteed, , 210 TYPEWRITING I * ' --"' � -W Try the LlKOEPlWOOD SERVICE-Rents, supplies, and repairs. tiuar-anteed factory rebuilt visibles for iale. United Typewriter Co., Hull Block.. Phone 768. 284-0 New Barnes Coal Mine -�- LUMP, MINE RUN OR ? SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1476 C. 0. D. PRAYING OF ALL KINDS ] Western" Transfer? Co., Ltd. Otfice--C,P.R. Frelfht Shodt -PHONE.S- Office: : : 1163 and 4S2  Stable-106 ^ PONY EXPRESS. Office 408-1 A IVTl T PHOrifE Round 3t.J ^^"^^ [ 63 2 TRANftl^ER J. Flgglns, Projjrletop ' TllUNKS DELIVERBP ,. To any part of the cltX Furniture Removed; Coal. 0. j.\ ,.;V,t'i:-^!#..->v>\''''' '� 0f' ;