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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LetfcbrUge Imtly Hermit Friday, May Lots 1 and 2, block 13, MacDuff St., for each. Terms. Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, block 20, for ?625 each. Terms. Lots 1 and 2, block 21, for ?625 each. Terms. Lots 69, 70, 71, and 72, block 23 for each. Terms. Lots 7 to H inclusive, block 24, for each. Terms. Lots in acre lot, block facing north on London Road, each. Terms. Lots 51 and ot, block 124, for eaoh. Terms Lots in block 91, facing north on Rednath St., each. Terms, Lots in acre lot 7, block S, North Ward, on water, for each, one-quarter cash, balance 6 and 9 months. 2 lots on Cuibill St., just south of Courtland St., for each. Terms. 2 lots on Courtland St., just east of Bartlet St., for each. Terms. A few good ten acre tracts left, just 'three miles from city, all ditches in for irrigating. Small cash payment, balance over three years. Good 6-roomed house in Duff Addition for cash, balance easy. Good 7-roomed house in Duff Addition for cash, balance saute as rent. Plumbing all in ready for water and sewer. Good new S-roomed house in Duff Addition for cash, balance very easy. 7-roomed house on Rogers St., for balance easy. .Modem. Fully modern S-room cottage on Cutbill St., near Courtland St., for cash, balance easy. Good 7-room house on Cutbill St., cash, balance easy. .Fully modern S-rooin house ou Crabb St., on lots for only cash, balance ar- ranged to suit. These two lots alone are worth "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ Mortgage Sale Under and by virtue of the powers of sale contained in a certain Chattel Mortgage made by the Waterton Oil, Land and Power Company, which mortgage will be produced at time of sale, 1 will offer for sale at Public Auc- tion at Waterton Mills on the thirty- first day of May at 2 o'clock p.m. at the office of the Watertou Oil, Laud and Power Company, the following chat- tels: ki 1 steam boat on Watertou Lake. 1 gasoline launch not complete. 1 gasoline launch complete. -3 small row boats. 3 large row boats. 1 boarding house building. 1 office building. 1 stable. 1 blacksmith shop. 1 plow. 1 pair sleighs. 1 saw rail! with all machinery and plant complete. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance J MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Alberta Block. J FOR One horse coming live, gentle and pleasant driver, .together with harness, value ?125; will sell at snap also one Singer sewing ma- chine in good condition, price one Kdison gramaphoue with 52 re- cords for one bed room set of furniture at a low price. Apply 'to rhe Harvard Tailoring Co. 330 Urabb St., opposite new Herald ollice. 140-ti This sale' will Terms cash. be without reserve. D. E. HARRIS, Ballff. Cardston, May 2nd, 1910. 136-6 MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young r 405 Smith St. litmtiwl..... 40 Teamsters, and 140.00 month and board. 30 Bushmen, per month-and board. 50: Men for railroad con- struction work (free trans- 12 Farm hands, and 4 Chambermaids, 6 Waitresses, and 4 and per week. 4 Cooks, 550.00 to per month. Eureka Theatre Entrance TEAMING AND EXCAVATING promptly COAL ORDERS delivered KENNEY BROS. Phone 679 611 Crabb St. PACIFIC We Have FARMLANDS From to per acre For particulars en- quire or write Bow Island Western Transfer Ub. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone Sailings from Montreal ami Quebec Empress of Ireland on .....May 20th Lake Manitoba on May 26th Empress of Britain on ......June 3rd Lake Champlain on ........June Sill Empress of Ireland........June 17th ake Manitoba on .....-----June 23rd Empress of Britain oh ......July 1st ake Champlaia on ........July 7th of Ireland on .....July 15th e Manitoba ..-----.......July 21st Empress of Britain on" ..July 29th Ths Empresses will call at Halifax the day following departure from St. John. The Empresses will sail from Quebec at 3.30 p.m. after the arrival or special steamship express which leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a.m. on date of sailing. Passengers embark after 9.00 on day of sailing. All other steamers direct from Montreal at day- break. Passengers embark after eight o'- clock the previous evening. For tickets and all information, ap- ply ar. C. P. R. passenger depot, or address S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, C. P. R. FOR hens: Wood St. Westley, 137-Gx SITUATIONS VACANT or five live salesmen to handle ttrst Class subdivision for city real estate oillce, liberal com- mission. Apply F. Waddington Co. Lyceum building. 140-U LOTS FOR SALE A lots adjoining Vic- toria Park ou the east, near Edward Street. each, 1-2 cash, Box 42, Herald oilice. 135-0 LAND FOR BALE FOR have for sale in this dis- trict several choice tracts of land In- cluding 1-4 and 1-2 sections also whole sections, prices reasonable, best of terms. Also a fine cattle ranch cheap. C, Young, Stirling, Aita, 137-0 married cou- ple without c'hildreu foi farm, none but experienced farmer with thorough knowledge of horses and 'first class j references need woman must be good housekeeper and butter mak- KOR owner, South two in family to cook for. Box 57, Scrip, immediate delivery. Apply LAND FOR SAiJ-MN 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 Pinclier Creek, Alta. 140-3 wheat lauds to Co., Cardstou. W. O. Lee 96-0 Sealed Bids Sealed bids will be received by the City of 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 27.000 sq. yards. Contract No. 2, Grading, approxi- 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. A. E. Dupou, Royal View. Two first class blacksmiths at once, steady job guaranteed, wages ?3.25 per day. Apply Thos. 11. Scott, Pincher Creek, Alta. 140-ti FOR Austin well drilling outfit, iu good shape. Will sell cheap. Geo. W. Foswr, Lethbridge, Alberta. FOR SALE OR One pure bred Clyde stallion "JOCK No. 65S4, four years old and of fine conformation; also one black Willces stallion, trotter, eight years old, recorded number 5885; both horses well broke and easy to handle. Will trade for anything or sell reasonable. Call on or address Frank A. Maxwell, Lethbridge. Phone 777. Barber, at once, must be good workmen. Good wages. Apply C. Booth, Grassy Lake, Alta. 13'J-ti Girl for office work with experience on books, stenographer preferred, for real estare and insurance office. Apply Box 22, Herald. 139-0 Work at cleaning offices, pictures, windows and carpets, also kalsominlng done. Apply Box 14, The Herald office. 139-6 PRIVATE Of household furniture, all new. Call 319 Ernest St. At home all day till 6 in evening. Of the best material jn Lethbridge. Any quantity at North Ward Brick Yard. A. Bonamico, Box 2072, Phone 75S, Lethbridge, Alta. Blacksmith for ploughshare and general farm blacksmith-ing. See L. A. Felger, care of Mason Land 'Co. 33U-0 BEST BUY.OF-. THK tion of good level land, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, 620 acres can be broken, house and small barn; There ere HUD acres new all disced and for crop, ThJe lias 7 1-2 miles from the tlmvins toy.'M Barons. Price, per acre; cash down balance lu three equal annual instalments. Apply Grant Moir, Barons, Alta. 10SMJ MISCELLANtOUS WANTS BUSINESS sell irri- gated, cultivated 320 acre farm, 2 1-2 miles from Lethbridge for per aero, including crop and worth of stock, machinery and house- hold furniture, nine roomed ho.use and barn, etc. Will make good subdivis- ion lots or will rent on share or for cash to one who will buy worth of machinery, stock and household furni- ture. Call or write including stamps to S. A. Snell, Box 63, Lethbridge. Phone No. 106 Rural. 131-O FOR acres of rich land, close to. Cardston, fenced and all un- der cultivation, 50 acres in crop now, I lady book keener, neat balance can be sown to winter wheat CARMANGAY NOTICE In the "matter of Lethbridge Wool- len Mills Company, Limited, and in the voluntary winding up of the same. Any persons having claims against the Lethbridge Woollen Mills Com jpany. Limited, in liquidation, are re- uired to send in the same to the nderslgned liquidator on or before and board by lady in respectable private family, not too far out. Apply Box Herald office. 140-1 land good appearance None oilier 'need apply. Good job to right party. Apply Kilgrow Bros., Grassy Alta. Lake, 139-0 boy to sell Can- owners to list tueli j adian and American daily papers. Ap- H..-.-TW. nlv fit nnpf> New? property witn us. Apply to the'lm periai Development Co., Ltd.. 10H Sher lock Building. Corner of Redpath- ane Glyn. 'J2-0 WANTED TO house and lot on small cash payment, not to exceed balance monthly payments up tt ply at once. Stand. for next year. Easy terms. Barker, Cardston. E. N. 135-6 FOR 1-2 of 3-9-14, a good, half section, only 7." 1-2 miles from railroad. Price per acre on easy terms. Ltd. The Alberta Securities. 136-6 and wife for farm work. Apply Box 37 Herald Office. 120-O with fire boss certi- George Baldwin sold 100 head of catUe and Larry Doyle 60 head to I John Furman, of Lethbridge, last week. I tie Eureka Coal Co. TABER, ALTA. ASSETS A twenty-five year lease of the coal rights of Section Eight in Township Ten Range Slxtec-n (1G) West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Albena; 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 Do.- 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. Lethfaridge Alta. Rustle Mags I 5c a lb For Good Cot- ton Rags at the HUD ODE (f JUST ARRIVED CAR OF 'CELEBRATED CONGO ROOFING GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS P...O-. Box 1S29 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Duffertn St. Lethbridats, Alta. (From the Sun) The little four-year-old son of Robt. McVinne, of Bowville, had a narrow escape from, being crushed to death on Thursday afternoon. The little fellow was riding on the land packer when he suddenly fell off heavy packer passed over him. Save for a few scratches the little fellow is: none the worse. Mr. Bell, of Orillia, Ont., accompan- ied by his wife and family, arrived in Carmangay on Saturday last and will become residents of this town. Mr. Bell will have charge of the black- smith shop of Kellogg and Mclntyre. He comes highly recommended '.j McKay Bros., who knew him in" Ori lia. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wannop have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in the loss they liave sus tained in' the death of their little son George Lawrence. The son, who wa one year old, had been ailing for some time and they were taking him to tlv hospital in Calgary. They drove t> Stavely and the little fellow peeme your own home. Will sell on very easy terms. Apply P. O. Box 1417 or Phone 781. 137-fi FOR Smith St. close in. rooms 424 138-3 Lethbridge P. 0. WANT by the day by mar- ried woman, husband has broken leg. Mrs. C. M. Hollen, beside C. P. R. bridge, or address Lethbridge P. O. 134-12X steady posi- Ten years New York experience. Rest of references. Good all round man. Steady and obliging. Address M. Quinn, Box 207, McLeod, Alia. 135-1> work wanted. Orders left at S. M. store. 402 Westminster Road, will be promptly attended to or P. O. Box 435. All kinds of carpentry estimates ;