Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tie LetbteUfce Lwtly Herald, Friday, May SNAPS A few 10 acre tracts left. These are the best on the market, close in and all ditches in ready for irrigating. Small cash pay- ment, balance over 3 years. Good new 7 room house in Duff Addition for cash. balance very easy. ISfew 9 roomed house on Rog- ers Street, fully modern. handles, balance easy. Relinqujshment on east 1-2 Section 28-34-5 east, for sale or trade, cheap. A fine half section 10 miles from Chester, Montana. WAREHOUSE SITES ON srmmiACK Lot 6, Block 61 for Terms. Lots 1-2-3, Block 61, Terms. Lots 18-19, Block 61, Terms. Lots 21-22, Block 61, Terms. BUSINESS SITES Lots 6-7, Block 37 on Red- path, Terms. Lots 12-13-14, Block 15 on Rcclpath, 821.000. Terms. Two lots in Block 44 for 000. Terms. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will 'Find It Bert Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ LOST AND FOUND red cow branded over p9 left shoulder. Suitable reward for her return to Martha Johnson, Kodgers St. you realize what dis- ease costs you annually in dollars and cents would save you all this. Prove our statement. Phone 455 or call No. 1 Johnson Block. J. Thornhill, Manager. 120-26 have inquiries for good lots in the following blocks: 94, 95, 122, 121 and 123. List with us If you have any lots or houses for quick sale. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co., Phone 544, Suite 205 Sher- lock Bldg. 124-0 dark bay mare five years old, branded 76 on left hip, weight ibout 1500 Ibs., also one bay Clydes- tale gelding, white face and feet, tall docked, no brand, 7 years old, weight 1350 Ibs. J10 reward for finding team or for return to owner. A. Fox, Taber, Alta. 128-6 MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. 40 Teamsters, 130.00 and 140.00 per month and board. 30 Bushmen, 140.00 per month and board. 50 Men for railroad con- struction work (free trans- 12 Farm hands, (35.00 and 140.00. 4 Chambermaids, 125.00. Waitresses, fSO.OO and. 4 Waiters, and 112.00 per week. 4 Cooks, J50.00 to per month. Eureka Theatre Entrance We Have FARM LANDS From to per acre Eor particulars en- quire, or write- FOR SALE Best business block in North Lethbridge, 2 lots each con- taining building. Grocery store 16x40. house 16x24, barn 20x16; full stock of gro- ceries, also have horse and democrat wagon. Price Terms cash. Applv Mike Pirock Westminster Road, North Lethbridge. Everyone Thought Was Going Into Consumption. 1 WM of oriar, Oil. 1 used wwk I wouM etmpalled to m. M far at I The L C Ludtke Land Company Bow Island ,Alta. G. J. Hanscu, of the Farmers Lum- ber Co., returned yesterday from Win- nif red and reports the recent rains there have wet the ground to a depth of at least'four inches. tkiaf Jifmmt ft tnmA Mivwed rat Burdock Bittern. I did mf appetite iaprevft. I CftiM ton When I UftB it pull f rtm gnvt M I alMf wfl Iftl vftry miS( TWUMd pwtiw of tM itriMtt mftttor prWucU. Clearly My mliMmee, good bad, affectinj rily affect VICTORIA DAY EXCURSIONS For Victoria Day, May 24, the Can- adian. Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale May 21 to 24 inclusive, final return limit May 26, 1910. tin rfitom far tvii M UM pan and keep ft pan by 99m} trace impun morbid matter f ram thi system by Burdock BUod Bitten. It uerU A is- mampproached by amy othai For by afi dealers. Manufactured I aaly by T. Uilbura T.imiUd. TwonU, Oni. of aged geldings in Chin, a bay and dark chestnut, white lair on forehead, not branded. Re- ward for return or information that will lead to their recovery. Apply o C. Frank, 612 Glyn street. 128-6 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in AdYince MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Steamer, 5 nger automobile, just overhauled at the Wiiite shops. Fine condition, ex- cept paint. Will at Standard Gar- age next week, bargain for cash, W. L. Foster, New Dayton, Alta. OR owner, South African Scrip. Immediate delivery. Apply A. E. Dupon, Royal View. 98-0 SITUATIONS VACANT boy to sell Can- adian and American daily papers. Ap- ply at once. Alexandra Stand. H2-O gentleman from Mon- tana would like a wife, lady or widow wJio Is fond of home life write. Ad- dress J. H. Eversou, Bos: 344, liauner House, Lethbridge, Alta. WANTEDProperty owners to list their propierty wiih us. Apply to the Im- perial Development Co., Ltd., lOtt Sher- lock Building. Corner of P.edpath and Glyu. D2-O servant tor small WANTST> TO on i i family. Apply Mrs. Donnan, WANTED 1U UUY-A house and lot, Bartlett street. 117-0 or S good horses can be seen at farm 7 miles south of Leth- bridge, and one mile east of Magrath i road. See L. A. Felger, care of Mason Land Co. 110-0 and wife for farm work. Apply Box 37 Herald Office. 120-0 on small cash payment, uot to exceed HOO, balance payments up to f50. Address E. A. H. P. O. Box 1997 92-0-1 OATS FOR can supply you with first class seed oats (prize at Provincial See-1 Fair in 190S) variety, the White Baj.ner. For prices apply to BriuiLall liros., Hay- VANTED Immediately, thoroughly mart bookkeeper and collector. Know- edge of typewriting. Only competen-t men need apply. Reply by letter "S. Herald Office. 124-G mond, Alta. 1J4-10 FOR well drilling out- fit, in good shape. Will sell cheap !eo. W. Foster, Lethbridge, Alberta. 122-24 bay gelding 6 years old, small star on forehead, white stripe on right hip or thigh, branded above flying U on night shoulder: One sorrel gelding, 4 years old, brand- ed horizontal or lazy 8 over W on left thig-h. Will pay ?10 per .head for in- formation leading to recovery or re- turn to N. L. Eliason, Stirling, Alta. 129-4 JUST ARRIVED CAR OF CELEBRATED CONGO ROOFING GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS P. O. Box 1929 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Watsr Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett St PHONE 435 The Eureka Coal Co. TABER, ALTA. ASSETS A twenty-five year lease of the coal rights of Section Eight in Township Ten Range Sixteen West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta; and the plant, machinery and workings situated on the said property, and surface rights sufficient for the operations of the Company. CAPITALIZATION Seventy-five Thousand Doi- lars divided into seven hun- dred and fifty shares of One Hundred Dollars each. This proposition has the recommendation of men who are working miners. STOCK SOLD BY THE IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. Lethbridge Alta. August Johnson and Jack Linberg, rom Barr Hill, are in tne city, 'i uey are proving up on tneir homesteads. Thomas Harvey and John Winton came with them as witnesses. They report the country in the Barr Hill district as very prosperous. The re- cent rain has made the crops look ex- ceedingly well. Sealed Bids Sealed bids will be received by the City oE Lethbridge at the office of the City Engineer until 12 o'clock noon, May 30, 1910, for Contracts 1 and 2 and until 12 o'clock noon, May 14, 1910, for Contract 3. Contract No. 1, Cement Walks, ap- proximately sq. yards. Contract No. 2, Grading, approxi- juately cubic yards. Contract No. 3. Lumber, approxi mately F. B. M. Satisfactory bonds will be required for .the execution of the contracts. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Engineer No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbridge, Alberta. May 7, 1910. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of iJie estate of Thos. McHale, late of Sundial, in the Prov- ince of Alberta, farmer, deceased. is "hereby given, that all per- sons having any claim or demand against the late Thomas McHale, who died on or about the 24th day of No- vember, 1909, at Lethbridge, in the OR 32 h.p. Crass Com- po.und Reeves plowing engine. 10 fur- row Cockshutt plow and Garr-Scott Separator. Address E. E. Thompson Co., High River. 124-6 FOR complete Avery and !ockshutt steam plowing and 'thresh- ing outfit. Cook and bunk cars, tents, wagons, blacksmith outfit, etc. All nearly new. Will sell or trade foi land. W. R. Dobbin, Lethbridge, Ata 126-b FOR butcher shop including plenty of ice for the season tools and everything connected. Lot 40 ft. by 125 ft. Apply C. Young, Stir ling, Alta. 126-6 general servant want ed. Must be good cook. Apply Airs. J. H. Cheney, 1221 Bompas street. 124-0 steady id Cor general ho.use work. neat Must good plain cook. House all modern improvements. Family ot two. No children. No laundry. Wages References lequired Address Mrs. Mo- Bride, Cranbrook, B. C. of Calgary pro- perty or will buy outright. Apply to Southern Alberta Loan and Inveit- rnent Co. Ltd., 416 DuBfertn Bryan Block. 70-0 and roomers. For terms apply to Mrs. S. M. Broks, 402 Westminster Road. 120-0 have several inquir- ies for houses to rent. We make no charge; it will pay owners to call us up. Phone 544. Dowsley-McMillan Land Co., Suit 205, Sherlock Building. 125-0 124-6 for general work. Apply 536 Bartlett St. house IpG-C with 2nd class papers for power house at Apply G. H. Aitharn, Supt. Macleod. 126-4 dining room girl. Ap- ply New England Dufferin street. Cafe, Hill Block, 127-6 street, North Ward. transit man, must be good draughtsman. Apply F. E. Ell- lots. WANTED TO Must be a bargain and in good condition. Apply P. 0. Box 1997. 12G-Ox engage acres to break north of Chin. See me if you have land to break here. Work guar- anteed. Prices Quoted on examination O. Kcrr Co. Leave numbers of land with them. Ernest Howard. at Kay 127 Mc- 128-2 Give des- wood, city Alta. 127-4 cription and price in writing to Box FOR slightly used high grade piano in Cnbau 'mahogany case full 7 1-3 octave, latest improved ac- tion, fully guaranteed; terms, a small payment down and per month un- til paid for; a genuine bargain may be seen at 305 Crabb street, Leth- bridge, A. L. Spurrier, Steinway and Nordheimer' representative. WANTED AT experienced, dry goods, clothing, boots and'shoes, I salesman, must come well recommend- ed, state salary. A. Lang, Frank Alta. 48 Herald office. 128-0 LOTS FOR SALE Tenders Wanted Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned at the city stores un- til 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, May 25th, 1910, for the supply of about 5.000 (five thousand) barrels of Portland Cement. Same to be delivered at city stores and delivery of empty sacks to be taken from the city there. Delivery to be 3 to 5 cars per week. All cement FOR QUICK lots tn Alex- ander Addition, price cash For particulars see G. Peat Co. Mac- Donald Block. 121) l FOR two good lots on Charles, near Westminster, each. Terms. Apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Ltd., Dufferin street, Bryan block. 119-0 for r.ousework Apply Mrs. Jas. 504 B-va pai street. 125 tt for light House work, Apply 49 128-0 two in family, good wages. Argyle avenue. bright boys who know city as messenger boys; steady work to right boys. Apply C. P. R. Telegraph office, Baroness Road. 12S-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR owner, 80 acres or irrigated land 3 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge. Easy terms, H. M. Cornell, Box 1859. 127-6 LAND FOR SALE IN CARDSTON a run down and see where the government gets its car load lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, improved fro to flat wheat lands to W. O. Lee Co., Cardstou. 9g-0 TO RENT FOR SALE BY lots in Blk. 11. If taken at once, each; 1-2 cash, balance 3 and 6 months. High and dry. Box 42, Herald. -122-0 FOR perfect lots in Alex- ander Addition, each; cash, balance 3 and f> months; private sale. Box 49, Herald otlice. 125-tf FOR attention; a most excellent buy close in, only 10 minutes' walk from Hotel Alexandra, two corner lots commanding a view of the city; ?500 cash handles: easy terms. Open evenings. This is a bargain; first come, first served. For TO rooms, large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. 'Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 FOR building on lot 33, block" 35, Burdett street. per month. The Alberta Securities Lim- ited. 123-6 TO nice furnished rooms, new house. Apply 627 Coutts St. 124-G BEST BUY OF THE tion of good level land, chocolate, loam with clay loam subsoil, U20 acres can be broken, house and small barn; There are 320 acres new breaking, all disced and ready for crop. This lies 7 1-2 miles from the thriving town or Barons. Price, per acre; cash down ?57GO, balance in three equal annual instalments. Moir, Barons, Alta. Apply Grant 10'J-O FARM LANDS FOR sec- tion, with 255 acres crop, which half pays for land. Last crop wheat thirty per acre. Fine large house, painted. Fine buildings, water. Twenty-six per acre. down. Balance 7 years 6 {per cent. Move lively. TO nicely furnished rooms j close in. suitable for ladles or gentle- men. Meals if required. Apply Box H. J. Turner. 124-G 24, Herald office. 125-6 Province of Alberta, are required on Society for or before the 30th uay of June, 1910, Notice W. Symonds has been ap- pointed Financial Secretary, Lethbridge Trades Labor Council vice H. A. Maveety resigned. All communica- tions to be sent to W. SYMONDS, Box 1381 to send by post prepaid to the Trusts and Guarantee Co., at Calgary, administrator of the said estate, their names and addresses and full partic- ulars of their claims in writing, and a statement of their accounts and the nature ot the securities, if any, held by them, and such statement shall be verified by statutory declaration of the claimant or his agent. After the said 30th day of June, j the assets of the deceased will be distributed among the persons en- titled thereto, regard being had only to the claims of which notice shall then -have been received. to pass tests of American further information see M. K. Kaake, Testing .Materials or same Hotel. 12o-6 will be rejected. No render necessarily accepted. G. B. WELLER, Purchasing Agent, City of Lethbridge. 40 in North Ward, available June 1st. J. D. Higinbothair .t Co. 12C G FOR SALE South African Land Warrants. T. R. BILLETT Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. TO new stable with good loft, can hold I'i horses, on the corner of Rachel and Barnes streets. per month. North Lethbridge Realty Co., C. S. Donaldson, manager, Westminster Road, Phone 536. 127-0 106-26 FOR lots on north side, i close in, with 4S feet frontage, price each 1-3 cash, 3 and 6 months. Four lots on Railroad avenue, 5300 each, 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. Three lots adjoining park, 5200 each, one 46 ft. lot on. Torrance facing east, price ?400. Lot on room I Kay street. 45x155 to 20 ft. alley, also alley on side, price ?410. Four room house in Duff Addition, 50 ft front- age, price S1350; will (handle it. house. Apply seven and nine p.m., 425 Bart- lett street. 127-4 Johnson Huff Land Co. HEALTH FIRST 12S-GJTO near'.y opposit' Methodist church on Redpath street f'OR acres well improved, house and barn, all necessary out- buildings, 200 acres broken, 100 in fall wheat. 40 acres in oats, all fenced anc1 cross fenced, spring at the half mile to school; will sell three quarters separate or all together' Price, with crop, if taken ht once per acre. Terms 1-3 cash, balance to suit. Will uifce some Lethbridge pro- perty. Johnson Fluff Land Co. FOR acres five miles from town, all fenced and cross fenc- ed, watered by spring, and creek that (lows through farm, 400 acres broken 200 in fall wheat, 40 in oats; stone house two storey, 28x30, hot and cold water in barn, barn, out huild- mgs. Price with crop ?2H per acre- r JFOR fine .building lot in! stable for store or shop. I guaran.ee to cure ail physical de- 22 Duff AdditiOQj win seil see L. S. Dated at Calgary this 1910. 3rd day of i fects such as indigestion, constipation, TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO., Ltd. A. G. Ross. Manager, Calgary. JAMES SELBY Carpenter and Cabinet Mak- er; shop and office fixtures a specialty; jobbing done at reasonable prices. Orders re- ceived by P. M. Brown, 639 Coutts street. No Use Looking You cannot beat our prices and grades All kinds of Building Mater- ial in Fir, Pine. Cedar, Oak and Gum. Hardwood Flooring and Doors a specialty. Come once and you will come again. Citizens Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. obesity, emaciation, rounded should- ers. flat chests, etc. G. S. Matthews, j 1313 Courtiand street. Box 2056. 127-12 i------ ?350 cash. Apply Box 52 Herald of- phone 1034- 129-6X RANCH FOR SALE 11-3 cash, balance in five etjual pay- For pa ments at G per cent. Johnson Huff Co., Land Co. TJP c TJSO WE HAVE inquiries for houses to rent, and we make no charge, so let. us have what you have to rent at once. The Dowsley-McMillan Land i Company. Phone 544, site 205 Sher-1 lock ftmlding. 123-0' TO furnished rooms four blocks from Bank of Montreal. Apply 717 Crabb street. FOR 2000 acres deed- TO roomed house, elec- NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS land and acres with 21 year lease, best of location, finest of wa- ter. good buildings, and only 2 1-2 miles from post office; per acre with cash payment of 54.50 per acre the balance In 3 years. Louis N. Harbeke. P. O. box 370. 125-0 trie lights and water and sewer con- nected, all thoroughly cleaned, S25 per month. 1250 Bompas street. Ap- ply 1248 Bompas, Mrs. J. Mitchell. 129-6 I MONEY TO and Inaur-' aiice on farm and city property. Ap-1 piy the Southern Alberta Loan and' Investment Co.. -us Dufferin street- i Bryan WocK Condensed ads must be 4- paid for In ADVANCE unless the advertiser has a regular account with The Herald. Tenders j Tenders will be received up to Mon- ;day. May 23, 1910, for plans for the erection of a four room stone and I brick school building at Carrnangay. j Apply to the secretary of the Carrnnn- Igay school board. 128-10 .TO rooms I-.board. Apply 1202 Ford St. SATURDAY SPECIAL Any Suit in the Store FURNISHINGS 11.50 with 123-K FOR acres on half crop or cash payment plan, price Sin p.- acre. Will sell in blocks to suit. terms given. Apply to C. Yowna Sti ling, Alta. FOR Pincher. north oast. 1-4 of section S-7-29. of the 4th meridian, within 2 1-2 miles of sta- tion, first class land, virgin soil. Ap- ply Box 17, florald office. 129-K PROPERTY FOR SALE TO front room suitable for two or three young men, fully modern. Apply 3QS Brunton St. 129-6 FOR and rooms in build- ing on Redpath street, opposite Dr. Mewburn's residence, modern conven- iences. Apply for particulars to R. M. Maclean. Room 116, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 101S. 129-2 FOR Large basement 24x75 on Round and Dufferin streets, good for any kind of business or for stor- age. Apply at Kalavin's cry store. Confection- 129-6 FOR fully modern 7 room- ed hoiis-.-. Hodgman Street. r> walk to business part of town. Price ?3000.00. amount of cash will handle. Apply Southern Alberta Loan and investment Co., Ltd., 4It> Duffer- in Street, Bryan Block. 112-0 FOR Best business block in North Lethbridge. 2 lots e.'ich confin- ing building. Grocery store IGxlO. house 16x24, barn 20xiG; fuil stnck of groceries, also have and dem- ocrat wagon. Price ?6.000. rash. Apply Mike Pirock, Westminster Road. North Lethbridge. TO FOR cottage with two or four lots, witiiin the 1 1-2 milo circle. unfurnished rooms i For particulars apply P- 0. Box 43L 124-6 suitable for light honsekeopin !62R Coutts street. Apply 129-6 SITUATIONS WANTED W A position as housekeeper by widow, farm or city. i Have strong 15-year-old boy, have ex- perience and can give good references. Stare wages and particulars in first letter. Box 32, Grassy Lake. 125-6 ALL BRIGHT NEW CLOTHING NO OLD TIMERS TO UNLOAD CORNELL TRAVIS wants work by the day. or family washing. Address or call Mrs. W. H. Thompson, 523 Me- Nnb street. 128-2 FOR ninp roomert modern house on Rodgers St. for Easy torms. Also one four roomed hoiisr, movaWo, on the same lor for cash! Aiyiy ttox 7. Herald Oli'ire TO rooms, one ami one double in all modern no-jse, wit.h or without board: block nntl a half from post office. Apply Box 20. Herald office. 129-6 AITT >ICER QQjTC ALEXANDRA HOTEL CLOTHING Sole Agents 2Oth Century Clothes rooms board at the Y, W. u. T. U. residence wJH be received now. Residence opens about May 1. Apply at the res- idence, 31.9 Bompas St Phone 1035. [CHARLEY H. and and i commission agent, careful attention given to all sales entrusted to me; live stock my specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. Farmers' Feed Barn, Lethtuidge. 129-1W ;