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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 'Tie Lethbriiige Herald, Monday, May 30, 'Lots fand 2, block 13, MacDuif St., for ?C25 each.i Terms. Lois'l, 2, 3, and 4, block 20. for each. Terms. Lots 1 dud 2, block 21, for ?C25 each. Terms. Lots 69, 70, 71, and 72, block 23 for ?400 each. Terms. Lots 7 to 14 inclusive, block 24, lor each. Terms. Lots iu acre lot, block M, facing north ou London Road, each. Terms. Lots 51 and 5a, block 124, for ?700 each. Terms Lots in block 91, facing nonh ou Kedpath St., each. Terms. Lots iu acre lot 7. block S, North Ward, on watej, for each, one-Quarter cash, balance 3, C and 9 months. 2 lots on Cutbill St., just south of Courtlaud ..St., for each. Terms. on Courtland St., Just east of Banlet St., for ?SOO each. Terms. A few good ten acre tracts left, just 'throe miles from city, all ditches in for irrigating. Small cash payment, balance over three years. Good G-roomed house in Duff Addition for cash, balance easy. Good 7-roomed house In Duff Addition for cash, balance same 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 cash, balance easy. Modern. Fully modern S-room cottage on Cutbill St., near Counland St., for cash, balance easy. Good 7-room house on Cutbill St., cash, balance easy. modern S-room house on Crabb St., on two lots for only cash, balance ar- ranged to suit. These two lots alone are worth "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Beit Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance Scaled Bids Sealed bids will be received by the City of Lethbridgc 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 1-1, 1910, for Contract 3. Contract I, Cement Walks, ap- proximately 27.000 sci. yards. Contract No. 2, Grading, approxi- mately cubic yards. Contract No. Lumber, approxi- mately F. R 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. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbndge, Alberta. .May 7, 1910. MUSKKAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED Ic unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. Young 405 Smith St. International Em- ployment Ai .g'cncy WANTED 5C men for railroad, 52.50 per day. 100 men for railroad. Trans- portation. 40 teamsters, and per month. ,1 cooks, per mouth. 4. waitresses, 530.00 to per month. Eurekii Theatre Entrance rooms and board at the Y. W. C. T. U. residence will be received now. Residence opens about May l. Apply at the res idence. 319 Bompas St. Phone 1035. PARKIN SENT UP FOR A MONTH We Have FARM LANDS From to per acre For particulars en- quire or write L The E. C. Ludtke Land Company Bow Island ,Alta. CANADIAN Sailing's from Montreal and Quebec Empress of Ireland on .....May 20th Lake Manitoba on .........May 26th Empress of Britain on ......June 3rd! Lake Charaplain on ........June Oth Empress of Ireland ........June 17th Lake Manitoba on .........June 23rd Empress of Britain en .......July 1st Lake Champlain on ........July 7th Empress of Ireland on .....July 15th Lake Manitoba .............July 21st Empress of Britain on ......July 29th The 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 of special sfeamshin express which leaves Windsor station at 0.45 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 at C. P. R. passenger depot, or address S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, C. P, R. Auction Sale! OF Fine and Useful Furniture To-Be Held ou the Premises at 803 LONDON ED. Corner Bunlett St.. house lately occupi- ed by J. W. Turpiu. Consisting in part of parlor set, dining room tables and chairs, a beautiful china cab- inet, sideboards, buffet and seven or eight handsome rugs of various sizes. Also the contents of four bedrooms, kitchen range, crockery, two kitchen cabinets and a great quantity of articles usually kept in a well ordered house. This is an exceptionally good opportunity of procuring household furniture at a mod- erate price. Sale on Xow Notorious Calvary Man Does Get Assistance St. Paul, May 2S.-A. M. Parkin, of Calgary, was sentenced to twenty days iii Minneapolis work house on the charge of defrauding the Radis- son Motel, of SlOO. When he was ar- j ra gned ljarkin said that he had been disappointed in not receiving word from Calgary, and that he was under the impression that he was a bona fide agent for Bennett. Nothing more was said and Judge C. L. Smith, oi the police court, seated he would take into consideration the ten days he has been in the city jail. Parkin ex- pressed keen interest in the over- throw of the Rutherford Government at Edmonton. "This is going to fool he smilingly said. "He and Sifton are not iriends. It looks! Auction Sale of Indian Lands rnHERE will be offered for sale by public auction at an upset price in the town of. Pincher Creek, in the Province of Alberta, on Wednesday the first day of June, 1910, at Uie hour of one o'clock p. m., the followin lauds ,in the Peigan Indian Reserve No. 147, near sec. 3, N.E. sec. 3, 3.E. '4 sec. 4 N. Vs sec. 5, S.W. sec. 7, E. U sec. 7 N. sec. 10. E. y, sec. 16, sec IS, Is'. Vj sec. S.E. Vi sec. 19, NT. VI sec. 20, S.i2. -iJ sec. 20, sec. 21. N.E. sec. 22, W. y> sec.'27. sees. 2S, 29, 30 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE R 1-4 Inch wagoi) and louble box, cheap. Can be seen ai Fanners' Feed Stable. JUSINBSS OPPQRTUN1TY will purchase the stock and plant of The Western Stationery Coy., a going concern doing a business of per nonth, printing, ruling, book-binding iml stationery. For terms and partu: ilars apply to G. W.'Robinson, P. 0. Uox 3021. 1414! SITUATIONS VACANT for general house work. Mrs. Furuian, cor. Smith and Uoinpas St. 141-G good saddle pouy, must be cheap, R. D. Immiii, Express Office station', or.21.1 Bompas St., uf- LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE BY choice Uuilding lots facing east on Cutbill just north of London Road. Also six roomed house with halls, closets and bath room. Enquire E. A. Dewey, 918 Burdett St. Ml-2 LAND FOR SALE (er G p.m. Ml- TOR confectionery bus- j [ness. Apply at Rochon Bros., Alberta' Blk. 141-3 man for office work. Apply in own handwriting, suit- Box 2920. Leth- 141-0 ing salary expected. I bridge, Alta. FOR of land 41 ft. front- age on Princess aveqife Westminster Rd. Apply L. Box 4GPP. 0. Lelb-' bridge. 14L-G or five live salesmen to handle iirst class subdivision for city real estate olllce, liberal com- mission. Apply F. AV-addlugton 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, AHa. 13.5 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 ?9 to ?1C; flat wheat lands 515 to W. 0. Lee Co., Cardstou. FOR S Remington Type- writer for sale cheap. Apply P. O. Box 405. 141-C FOR two storey building used as hotel and hardware store with implement shed addition; also new hardware and implement stock. First-. class opportunity for hustling business" man looking Jor a location in a good new town. C. S. Noble, Nble, Alta. Lyceum buildiug. 140-U married cou- ple without children foi farm, none but experienced farmer with thorough knowledge of horses and lirst class references need apply, woman must be good housekeeper and butler mak- er, two in family to cook for. -Box 57, Pincher Creek, AHa. 140-3 141-G 31, 32. 33 and 34. all in Tp. S, R. 2S, I 4 .M. FOR horse coming flve, gentle and pleasant driver, together with harness, value ?125; 'Will sell at snap also one Singer sewing ma- chine iu good condition, price Edison grauiaphone with 52 re- for one bed room set of furniture at a low price. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co. 330 Crabb St., opposite uew Herald oflice. 140-15 The lands will be" offered for sale in, quarter sections, cash, or one-tenth cash and the balance ia nine equal annual instalments, with interest at five per cent, on the unpaid purchase money. Accepted cheques will be tak- en in lieu of cash. Upon a parcel of land being knock- ed down, the purchaser shall immed- iately deposit the sum of one hundred dollars with the Clerk of Sale, other- wise the parcel will at once be put up as though they were going to start j a gam. For this p.urpose intending pur things going. I suppose Sifton will chasers should provide themselves press the C.P.R. tax claims now be- with marked cheques on chartered banks of Canada made to iheir order jforo the privy council; these claims iand payable at par at the poiru of sale: At 1.30 p.m. House open for inspection on day of sale from 10 a.m. to noon. William L. Wilson. Auctioneer can be rented by application to Mrs. Heytens. amount to manv million dollars." .PECULIAR EXPLO- SION IX TORONTO or with bank notes of as large nomination as possible. a de- FOR hens. 415 Wood St. Westley, 137-Cx first class blacK- BEST BUY OF THE tion of good level land, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, G20 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 of Barons. Price, ?2'J per acre; cash down ?57GO, balance In three equal annual instalments. Apply Grant Moir, Barons, Alta. 10U-0 BUSINESS sell irri- gated, cultivated 320 acre farm, 2 1-2 smiths at once, steady job guaranteed, Ulijts' from Lcthbridgft for per wages ?J.2o per day. Apply Thos: H. nnn Scott, Pincher Creek, Alia. 140-U .at once, must be good workmen. Good wages. Apply C. Booth, Grassy Lake, Aita. 13D-G for otlice work with stenographer preferred, for real esta'e and insur- ance otlice. Appiy Box 22, 'Herald. 139-0 acre, 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 wrla; including stamps to S. A. Snell, Box G3, Phone No. JOG Rural. Lethbridge. 131-O FOll owner, South African Scrip, immediate delivery. Apply A. E. Dupon, Royal View. DS-0 at cleaning otlices, pictures, windows and carpets, also kalsominlng done. Apply Box 14, The Herald otlice. FOR well drilling out- fit, in good shape. Will sell cheap. Geo. W. Foster, Lethbridge, Alberta. 122-24 tor plough- FOR S. E. 1-4 2S-5-1S, per acre, cash, balance equal payments. C. A. Peat Co., Box 643. 137-G PROPERTY FOR 6ALE FOR room house, 2 blocks share and general farm blacksmlUi-leilst Of Westminster. Price mg bee L. A. telger, care of MasoiiiTenns> cslshf aml bilance Laild UO. OoJ-0 rn mmiflilv FOR SALE OR TRAD pure bred Clyde stallion ".Jock No. G5U4, tour years old and of fine [to purchaser by monthly payments or otherwise. You can't build this house lady book keener, neat for this. Phone us and our car will and good, appearance js'one other j call for you and show you this. Phone need apply. Good job to right party. 544. The Dowsley-McMillau Land -Apply Ivilgrow Bros., Grassy Lake, Alta. 139-0 conformation; also one black Wilkesi Company. Suite 205 Sherlock Build- 31-O The balance of the cash anything or sell reasonable. _ _ H A must in every case De paid in cash or by marked cheque, before the close of the sale, failing which the deposit of one hundred dollars will be forfeited, and- the land withdrawn from sale. Any information regarding the lands in question may be obtained upon ap j plication 'to J. A. Markle, Inspector of Indian Agencies. Rod Deer, Alta., or to the undersigned. The unauthorized insertion of ibis stallion, trotcer, eight years old, re- corded number 5SS5; both horses well broke and handle. Will trade Call Leth- 13U-0 I boy to sell Can j ad inn and American daily papers. Ap -'TWO now, modern, i rooms, within 1 block of Wes'tmlust on or address Frank A. bridge. Phone 777. ply at once. Stand. Toronto. May Barselli. aged 14 years old, living at S5 D'Arcy street, obtained two ounces of potas- sium chlorate, sulphur and hydro- chloric. acid to made fire works. He j had them in a bottle in a packet when meeting a chum. Stewart Plank., aged 11. on McCaul street. A young wo- man named Barhett had passed the boys. She then heard an explosion and felt a stabbing pain in her back. Barselli had a big.hole blown in his right thigh and his right arm was At Us rocen. meetlng> provin. blown to ribbons below the elbow. It Cial synod of'the Presbyterian church the best material iii Leth- bndge. Any quantity at North Ward Brick Yard. A. Bonamico, Box }VANTLD-.Miner wit J fire boss cer u 75S, Lethbridge, Alta. Hill Mine, tmluster Alexandra 1-loiel. News land only cash, bal- 112-0 lance extending over 7 years. Cottage, _ __ _ _ modern, n rooms, on Crabb St. cash- cas-v terms. Will sell fur- "lshed- Canadian Real Estate 10-' G-7 Bryan Blk., Box IOSO. Phone 13S-G Alan and wife for work. Applv Box 37 Herald farm Office. i Reid 137-G' TO RENT FOR and board for four. couple, woman to I cook for gang of men. man to drive advertisement will not be paid for. j Apply Mrs. Murray, Norman St., near Court'l-uul St T n I Westminster Rd. N. W. 141-t' team or work at lime kiln. Apply SOo 338-C j. D. Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa, April 20, 1910. FOR house on lot a block from Westminster and London Road. Basement dug ready for house. Water in front. A high level lot. Some lumber and building Material go with it. Cheap for cash or will give terms. 142-0 __ or person to TO RENT-One unfurnished room after s roomed uouse and take rorii- 59 nor An-nU- ....__ I UOST AND FOUND rent. ?2 pas St. per Apply 1220 Bom- 141-2 care of one child 2 1-2 years old, as-1 .May 20, auto'lamp. Own- WILL SELECT A SITE. RENT Two nicely furnished j North Lethbridge.. rooms in tally modern house, use of sistance given. Apply at once. Box 3G4 City or in person 514 Norman St.. 141-G Burdecr. street. 140-U salesman for real es- itate well advertised project, good lib- ly. S21 Crabb St. South. 137-G JAPAN ORDERS BIG BATTLESHIP. Pekin, May is reported from jTokio that Japan recently placed an Lne IXKv. u-. Brown, aen user, ue- I order tor a ton battleship in'fore the first of July, I H ncrl-jTlH r _ TO rooms, large, double to rent, .Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 such offers should be in the hands of i the Rev. W. G. Brown. Reel Deer, be- rooms board, 1202 Ford street. with 139-G England. Deer News. NOTICE To companies, contractors and business men: Any help required, phone or write. ALBERTA B. C. EMPLOY- MENT AGENCY Phone 2037 Ott Block Lethbridge 42-C U. C. C. BOYS DINE. London, May Upper Canada College old boys were present, at the annual dinner nt the Cafe Roy- al last night. General Robinson, the furnisned rooms, 291 Brunton street. 13D-6 12 Southard Block. was amputated at the shoulder. The j approved of the -establishing of a j TO room, week-j eral commission. Apply evenings. 11- young woman had a severe wound in the hack, caused by glass from the botile. Ladies' College -within the Province of Alberta, and. appointed a commission of ten men to select, a site and make definite preparation for the institu- tion. This commission will meet in Red Deer in July, and will consider! all offers ot" sites that may he made I_____________________ by towns or cities.of the Province KBNT-FurnIshed thoroughly experienced er can huve same at German's shoe store by paying for this ad. 141-1 TAKEN have at my place one brown horse, no brand visible, about six years old, right hind foot white, small white spot in forehead. The owner can have him by paying for this advertisement and feed. Wni. Hartley, Stirling. Alta. 141-G grocery clerk. Apply Mgr. A. Macdon- ald Co. 142-0 girl. Apply Mrs. Jas. Delane-y, 1010 Ford St. Telephone 1032. 142-G FOR furnished rooms, St. fully modern, 30S Brunton St. 13SJ wanted for kitchen and dining room work at private house. [Good wages. Mrs. W. A. Ott, 320 Glyn 142-1 TO well lurnisned front oldest old boy. was in tne chair, and [room, bath and phone, suitable for among other sneakers was Admiral one or two. Dennison. path street. Call evenings. 1222 Red- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS owners to list 130-Ox property witn us. Apply to the Etc _____jpt'rial Development Co., Sbei AUCTION household furni JTO in Acadia building, tnre at SOG Ford St. on Wednesday at Apply on premises to the C. B. Bow- 1.30. W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. 142-2 (man agency. 134-0 5. KNAPMAN JTO roomed house, close [water and light, 525.00. Must buy fur tniture. Apply Rox Herald or Boy Ui3 P. 0. 137-6 R. C. McCLURF THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating T r t. Office and Workshop at 610 Burden St. RbNT-Large furnished front .'_ ___ 1 T" ft rim in mrwlor-n rirxiicrrh Gt PHONE 485 lock Building. Corner of Glyn. P.eciputh nm 'J2-f one bay coll about one year old, white hind leg and white spot on forehead, no vis- ible brand. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Jacob S. Johnson. square, gold watch, hunting case, fob chain attached. return to Herald. Reward for 138-6 WORK offices before S o'clock mornings and after o'clock evenings. Apply Box Her aid Office. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED TO house and loi on small cash payment, not to ?100, balance monthly payments up ti Address E. A. II. P. 0. Box 1991 92-O-s man requires riiu- jafioi, as j.unior clerk Three years ex- J on large detail job MIS- :nan ufacturing concern. En ergetic ami systematic. State ssilary. r. Lethbridge. m-2 jroom in modern houso on Bartlett St. r n In. Suitable for one or iwo. An Westminster Road. LUMBER thai is large quantities, dry and well assorted. All kinds at all prices. Headquarters for Hardwood Doors. Ma- and Birch Oak Lumber. Etc. Once a customer, always a customer. Give ns a trial order and be convinced. Citizen s Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Photic 362. Baroneu Road. Qenl Of fke Phone 334. The fllberta Railway and Irrigation CD, Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market ply Room Blk.; Phone 1011. 137-C TO "built o roomer" house in North Ward or, why not owr your own home. Will sell on very easy terms. Apply P. 0. Box 1417 or Phon to S p.m. S21 Crabb Si. South. 112-C TO furnisher! room to rent, per week. Apply 1220 St. 142-2 RANCH FOR SALE and roomers. Foi terms-apply to Mrs. S. M. Broks. -102 120-f' have several Inquir- ies for houses to renu We make no charge: it will pay owners to call us up. Phone 544. Dowsley-Mc.Mtllan Land Co.. Suit 205, Sherlock Building. 125-i) WANTED TO Must be bargain and in good condition. Applj P. O. Box 1997. plow to break 20f as clerk or on de- livery wagon, of good character anri crtucaMon. Apply A. K., Lethbridge P. O. U by the day }y mar- ried woman, liusband lias leg. Apply .Mrs. C. M. Molten, beside C. P. U. bridge, or address Lethbridge P. work wrmled. Orders loft at S. Brooks' srorc. 401: Westminster Road, will be promptly attended to or P. 0. Box All kinds of carnentry estimates 138-ff acres of land six miles out of Taber. j Address G.A.Bnccbns. Spokane, Wash., j SITUATION and 1203 10th Avc. 1.T7-C j would like job ns caretakers. nv> 1 family, live on premises. Rox V12-6 WE HAVE inquittas for houses to rent, ami we make no so let us have what, you have ro rent at once. The Dowsley-McMillan Land j_______________________________ Company. Phone 544. site 205 Sher-jMoNKY TO LOAN-i.oans and 24 IlornliJ. MONEY TO LOAN I lock Buildinc. 123-0 janco on farm and city property. JAp- ply tnp Southern Alberta Loan Ranch, 2000 acres deed- j have inquiries toi 1 inresum at Co., iTi DutTerln street, nd and %0 acres with '-'1 year I good lots in the following blocks: 04 nryan HJ'x'.K I eel land t lense. best of location, finest of 35. 06. 122. 121 and 123. List with ur i j ter. good buildings, and 2 1-2 i Sf you have any lots or houses foi miles from post oriice; if iO.SO per acre I'lTiitk a7aic-. The Bows'ey-McMiMan with cash payment of per acres Land Co., Phone 544, Suite 205 Sner and the balance in X years. Louis N. jlock lildg. 124-0 Harbeke, P. O. box 370. 125-0 TH LETHBfffQOC, i you realize ease costs you annually ir. dollars and cents An Oxygenator would save you all this. Prove our statemenf. Phone 455 or call No. 1 Johnson Block, o Manager. i iet canit cMr i wo i n position ou. WANTED TO small pay for that new house of yc cd house, or furnished rooms for ligh' Sniakc a specialty of ckv a: housekeeping. Office. Address 44. Hev 141-? BUILD TO SUIT 120-26! owning centrally located property on St. 612 Westminster Road south will build Courtland stores to suit tenant. Address Box loans, also fire and life ins pirc I-and Co., Ott Block, AUCTION hou ture tomorrow at 1f corner Westminster Rd. Herald. 141-6 auctioneer. ;