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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 3. TIIK Lli'i'HHIMDOli; Tuesday, 12, Kill. Professional Cards MEDICAL R. W. S. Burgeon, Accoucher. lam.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office. Third Ave. S. Phone 1253. MUSIC Before 2-3; 74. OR. Stafford Realdonce, 813 Westminster Hd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.10. OlfiM Phone S19; Resltfooce 10W. BH. 0. C. Sarseon. Accouchor. Otflca, Alberta Block Heildence, comer Oil's Mi. Kouri, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. BR. throat Dominion Building. OKlc. bour. 9.30 to 12; 2-.; b appointment Pbono Idence OR. LAFFERTY-Physldin and Sur- Bryan block, Room 21. Offlc. hours, 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. c88- BR. TULLER-PbvslcIan ft ..Surgeon. Hours: 11 to 12; 3 to o; 7.30 o 9. Office Macdonnld- Block. Phone 1316. Residence corner Burden and London ltd. PSone 1368. OSTEOPATHY MADAM and tencher of pianoforte, theory, hnrmony and voice produc- lion. Engagements accepted: 25 years' experience In operatic, dram- atic and vaudeville Room 9 Bryan Block. H. c. C. SALMON receives puplln In all of Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Candidates prepared (or London, Ens., and Toronto Ex. 414 Westminster Rd. (13th St.) P.O. Boi 133. MRS. ABBIE G. 6th Ave. of Pianoforte and Harmony anil Musical History. Con servatory Graduate. SEE OUR ELLAM'S DUPLICATOR It makes the most perfect copies of JUI.Y duplicating; machine on the market. The ONLY thing for circulars, etc. THE rilAIKIE AGENCIES, LIMITED Deaten In Smith Premier Typewriters, Typewriter Supplies, Filing Devices, Novelties, etc. Phone 629 110 Fifth St. South p. o. Box 122 LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF George Harper, direct- or. Largest and best equipped school of music, elocution and clar.ciug in the Middle West. Eurp- pean and Canadian Examiners. Cer- tificates and Diplomas granted. Do- purfmpnts nnti Culture and Singing: Miss Ursula Archer; J. W. Jones. Piano, Organ and The- ory: Qucenic Tabor, .1, W. Jones, Mrs. Gertrude Bailey. Orchestral and Band Instruments: J. Geo. Har- per. Elocution and Dramatic Art: Miss Elsie Jenkins. Conservatory Building, corner Fifth Avenue and Eleventh St. Phone 765. VOCALIST Vlavi Co., ofticon Suite Dominion BWg. Bouri 16-12 p.m. Mrs. RHYND Teach- er of siriginjr. Specialist in tone pro- duction nnd English diction. (Musi- cal director Wesley Methodist Temporary Studio: Lec- ture Room, Wesley Church. Phono NURSING Nursing Mission Wot work: Obstetrical, medical Emergency. OHIc. nonts: I.B.: 1-2.30 p.m.: even' IB gt. Tel.i- 1233. _ jfSs M. E. hospital and maternity home, eth Avenue South. Phone bridge. DENTAL J Erad of Rival College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder ,ol... Domlulo Dental'certllicate: Office. 6 Bryan Block. Phone 1011. 3R o J. Gradu of Northwestern University, Chi MIO 111. Office hours: 9-12; 1-5 Booms 11 and 12 Macdonald Block. UNDERTAKING f. I. Fire Hal1 The most up to date funeral directo ana embnlmer In the city. Blactr white hearses. We have also the ei elusive agency for aomerville and Worts, of Cal pfy. OHlce phono 561; 1178, Open day and night. I. 0. and Em batawr. Parlors 321 6th St. South ES2. Purlori open and SURVEYING R. E. Civil Enellle iBdnElriil Spiirs, Railwayi, Tara moats, Supplies, Sewerage Irrleatlon, PUmi, Estimates, etc. 811 Block. Phone 1438. Alberta Land Surveyors H, Fi HAMILTON, uf AHwrU.Lnri SurreTor; tioi Md Engineer. Rooms I and Blocl. P.O. Box IfT. 1041. C30NTRACTOKS WILLIAM Bulldtr and Cos tractor. Estimates (roe. Rapalrs aad aUtratlonB. Room b, Bryan Block. P. 5111. E, T. BROAD is prvparvd tA tako or- ders for light mill work, auch ripping, jointing, amoving, planing, sawinK, etc. Window and door made up on ihort notlca. Office and factory, near 7th Ave. S., of 12th St P. 0. Boi 790. Phone 710. THOS. and Job- ber. All kinds o' repair work, store etc. Contracting a special- ly. Box 1457. Phone 1171, Leth- brldge, Alta. SEO. tontract- or, EBtlmntRs given on all kinds of work: 311 Glyn St. or P. 0. Boi !003, Lethhridge. Employment Agency KARRIS OLSON'S EMPLOYMENT can supply farmers' end contractors' help and giro sat- isfaction. Phone 1-IJM you need help o[ any kind. Room 4, Begin niocfc. P. 0. lloi C46, FARMERS! The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH STREET. Sell the Host find Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Win-able, Cheap, Fire-Pmol', Wiiul- proof, Veriiiiii-1'i-ool'. sure and sec you get the Corru- gated Granary, with the cightcen-inuli man- hole in top. This allows granary to bu com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, insuring a light cover. Find the Person or Thing you are Looking foi by Using TO KENT TO ud o.'ficiM. At> pi; to the C. B. Bowman acjr, Acid Redps-lh street. 1I4-0 SITUATIONS VACANT women to learn burlier trade; special irtininier rate on; learn uow ami save money; partlcu- Jais free. Molcr Colleea. 609 FOR roomed lionsn In Duff Addition. Every modern Improve- St., Calgary, nieiit. Klcctrlc Iliihi. Rent inoderiilo. Apply'Holt, 935 Till St. A. Soittli (Ar- PIlulio of two 167-0 TO Block stores, baUeshop and oven. Reason- iible rent. Also for sale, 2 cottages cheap, easy terms. One cottage to rent. Applv Kennedy Block, Ward. FOl'f North 221-12 "Ave. Qruhton St., 9 room; fllllv modern. ___334-6 TO R "roomed" modern cot- age oil Fisher SI. Apply N. fl. Ptat men 10 worfc In woods: Teamsters, hookmen, to .m. till I p.m. Third An, B, Mtt door to .KM Chuck, PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER COMPANY Office 408 Round St. Phono 032 When Unscdus Ring Up Trunks delivered to any part of tho city. Furniture removed Auction Sale Ot Cit'.lt and ments Every Tuesday 427WOOI! S'., LXhCrldgs. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER Ott Your Qothei ClEined by.t firm who xunrantca tn do the bott work you over had liono. French or dry cltaniuy and repairing. The 327 Round St. Phone Wt. oreiirrooiirhouse Good loraUon on corner. Kenny, 317 12th St. South. 324-li Carriages and Waggons Made to Order KcMjiiiring and Pain ting a Specialty Scientific Horse Shoeing anU General Repairing Expert workmanship in all dcpartiuonl.s, Call and see us. 'nv The Economical Carriage Shop reasonable. Also a shack for j servant girl. rent very close iu. Apply -129 Kith St. I Apply -I2g 13th SI. South.________225-0 servant. Apply TO FuTnlsiied rooms in fully Mrs. T. S. MacKenzie, 612 12lh St. S. modern house. Crabb St. 227-6 everything at Athlet- ic Park, Rates reasonable. C. J. Eck- storm. TO room in fully modern bouse ill Sfrathcona Court. Apply .Manager Starland Theatre. 29-ii capiible general ton St. Good wages. Apply 275 Brun- _________________________________224-6 MOUSE PLANTS.FOR twenty hardy geraniums, which have been outside.all summer, potted in: Very best 7, S and 10 in. pots, for sale ftt very reasonable prices. Most of these are in- bloom and all will bloom all winter with proper care. Ap- lily S2-I Olyn St. (7th St. S.) 22-l-Qx FOR wofi broke, buggy nnd harness. Sell logether or sepa ately. Phono P. 0. Box 3G7. 226-1! FOR SALE Remington repeating shot gun. A bargain. Phone 117-1. FOR SALE Fine driving team about 1800 Ibs. Rising 4 years old. WANTED Servant girl at once. Ap- sell together or separate. Apply to PROPERTY FOR SALE FOIt SALE f> roomed house, North Mrs. W. A. Ott, 320 Olyn St.- 22C-6 St. South. fl Ward, water, light, one or lots. Apply to W. B. Walker; Taber, Alta. Owner leaving city. 1921 4th Ave. cor. ladies for store and j FOR seiviog machine workrooms. British Colonial condition for 513.00 cash, tosraplilc Co., Sherlock Building. 27-0 (JHES) g. LObb, 152, S5th St. N. rough carpenters anil cribbers for elevator construction. 227-3 20th St. i capable general servant FOR houses and lots in Apply to Mrs. K. D. Jolmsou, 1224 3rd North Lethbridgc splendid location, j Ave. So.uth. _ 227-li Will-scll at a bargain for cash if taken more coal miners, i foreigners preferred. Union wages. at once.' Apply 1101 'Fifth i N.. Phone -IliS. 2.9-0 HEAR DALLAO HOTEL GEO. ELUNT. Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the tori or carload lots Phone 1475 C.O.D. CLEAN WHITE RAqSJVANTED 5 cents a pound tor clean cotton rags at the Herald Office In car load lots on short nptics The letlrije- Weyburo iealt? Co, Fines ;m it. s. Autompbile TIRES TUBES CEMTHAL CYCLE REPAIR WORKS 33ia Eights Ave. E., Ctlgiry. Only steam vulcanlzers used FOR roomed house In depot. Duff Addition. For quick sale will go io oatch. Quo mile east of Milk Itiver. S. lirockhousc. at low figure. Small cash payment j bookkeeper, single pe and terms to suit purchaser. Apply C14 lith St. S.___________________22T.-C FOR house ill good locality, electric ligfit, hath, hot. ,and cold water, furnace, large cellar. Will sell at a low figure for quick deal. Apply to owner on premises. 630 14th St. Soulh, Lethbrldge. 226-6 son preferred, with good references. Good wages to right party. Herald. LAND FOR SALE FOR finest fire section tract, all No. 1 steam plow propoai. tlon and en bloc. Best location ID this district. Frank A. Maxwell, Loth- 133-O bridge. TO gro- cery store in good location In Leth- bridge, to exchange for irrigated land. Stock worth ahont with A 1 chances to business. Owner is leaving and wants to close out In- terests. Address Box 46, Herald. 217-O wanted, ap- ply In own handwriting, giving parti- culars of-experience, sneed and salary Box 50, FOR snap, 160 acres improv- ed land, 140Jn fine spring wheet, closo to town; house, barn, well, granary; crop anil all goes for JJ.OOO cash. Hal. arranged. Crop will half C TENDERS WANTED The undersigned will receive at his' Apply Sth St. S. office, Room 7. Whitney Block, Leth-j wANTBD-Good strong woman iiy l'l'll ThurSday' for or week-. Apply 706-411, Ave. pay for land. Only 6 days at this ______________________________________! price. P. O Boi 20S1, City 22G-5 or girl for general iffqrt first-class land, required, to Box '673, Lethbrldge._ 22S-0 j housework. Wages J25 per month, six miles from firt town, and on new railway survey. 200 acres, in crop that Septen Bulk and separate tqndcrs for the erection of a .brick and stone office building for the Bank of Montreal at Cardston, Alberta. Tenders for the work must be ac- companied by .in approved, accepted S., corner of 7th St. general servant. Ap- ply mornings at 605 llth St. S. good general servant. Apply Mrs. R. E. Snerlock. yield bu. of All fenc- ed._Good house, good well. Land level. All can be broken. Soil is heavy black loam This is certainly a bargain. Price 126.00 per acre. Inquire of T. R. CaBcaden, box 4-15, Lelhbridge, Alta. 226-O Ave. S. cheque, drawn payable to the of Monlreal "at its Cardston fWANTED- 228- for a sum equivalent to 5 per cent, of for general store, the amount of the tender, which Lellibridge cheque will be forfeited in the event of the Contractor submitting the tender, _ _ Experienced young woman refusing to enter Into a contract as Apply Box 200ii class book keeper. as r provided in the specification, a reasonable time after being notified W Apply at office of Western Transfer io.. Ltd. 229-O !o do so by the Archilcct. The right is reserved to reject st- South. or all tenders. otified i capable general servant. !Good wages. Apply Mrs. C. Begin. 522 CEO. E. NOBLES, A.n.A.I.C. experienced salesman for dry goods. Apply Rylands Co., 229-0 225-Q Macdonald nik Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Cnmpaoy LONU BP.O5.. Office next Areida. ilES. Electric Fixtures and General Repairs W. 1. Mcleozie Co. 706 3rd S. M7 A competitive) examination will be held in November 7iext. at the exam- ination centres ot the Civil Service (Commission for the entry of Naval Cadets for ihe Naval Service of Can- ada; there will bo 25 vacancies. Candidates must bo between the ages of 14 and III years on the 1st of January nexl; must ho British sub- jects and must have resided, or their parents must have resided in Canada for two years immediately proceed- ing the examination; short periods of absence abroad for purpose of edu- cation to bo considered as residence. Successful candidates will join tho Royal Naval College at Halifax in January next; tlie course at the Col leKo is two years and the cost to par ents Including board, lodging, .uniform and all expenses Is approximately for the first year and J2CO for the second year. On passing out of College, Cadets will he rated Midshipmen, and will receive pay at tho rate of per diom. Parents of intending candidates should tnako application to the Sec- relary Civil Service Commission, Ot- tawa, before 15th October next. Further Information con be obtain- ed on application to the Secretary, De- partment of Naval Service, Ottawa. Unauthorized publication ot this no- tice will not bo paid for. Ci. J. DKSBAHAT3, Deputy Minister of the Service of tho Naval Auiust 1st. 1911, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS X.B- [Jnnmnonzcd publication of this advertisement -will not bo uald for. Any person wlio is the sole head of a family, or any male over IS old, may homestead a quarter-section o" available Dominion land In Manitoba, Saskatchewan' or Alberta. The applicant must appear1 In peraon at the Dominion Lands Agency. or Sub-Agency for tlie district. Entry bj proxy may be made at any agency on certain conilitionB by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister or intending homesteader.' Six months' residence upon nnd cultivation of the land in each, ot three years, A homesteader may live 'within nine miles of his homestead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned or occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, dauxhttr, brother or sister, ID certain districts a liomeateader in good standing pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home. fitead. Price }3.00 per acre. Duties Must reside six months in each of nix years from date of homestead entry (including the required to earn homestead patent) aiid cultivate fifty itcro A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead- right and cannot a pre-emption may a purchased homestead In certain districts. Pi tee per acre. Mult reside aix month in each of yearn, cultivate acres and erect i houM worth fSWJI W. W. CORT Deputy Mlnlsttr of Interior Ottawa. TO -On farm and city property. W. F. Haoiu 2 Al-hert.-i Block. 104-O Wo can furnish: you with Ruth or Hiuvkeye Feeders to fil any separator. All kinds of helling and extras. Case engines and separators in stock. Iowa-Alberta Land Co., Ott Block. 197-0 What is the good of putting away things that you can't use or wtar, such as clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hals, guns, pistols, musical instruments, satchels, f.urniture and household goods. Phone 1457 or call at 716, 3rd Ave. South. Moscovitch Bros. 216-2-1 SALR OR TO 8 roomed house, modern, sfnhle at rear. per month rent. Property at 023 Htli St. Applv 410 Sth St. South. Phone W. M. Shearer. 225-6 EXCHANGE! Will exchange first class fruit land for -first, class wheat land near Lethbridge. H. La-mont, Creston, U. C. 227-1 WANTED At once, for work iu your locality. Will guarantee IS. 00 to ?3.00 per dny. Opportunity to advance rapidly. Will pay liherally for spare time. Work not difficult. Experience not required. International Bible Press, Toronlo, Out. AND ROOM AND f 30 per month. Cameron House, 312 Cutbill St. 1S3-O AND Modern conveniences, UKG of phone and piano. per week. Apply S34 Glyn St. Phone 1238. 225-6 WANTED Position attending separator on threshing o.utflt. .Toe Liickcy NOTICE No person or party will allowet! (o Intnl nr nhnnt on tho Mclntyre KnMto Kcnnr. St. N, Oily Po'sttion aa compHtilon help, domesticated, good needlewoman. Apply 40, Herald Office. FOR acrei extra fine land one and a half miles 'from Naw Day- ton. Very' cheap if taken at once. Terms. H. R. Johnston, Stirling. Al- berta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO 4 or 5 room- ed cottages. Must he of track. Give terms, etc, Apply P; 0. Box.141. _____________226-6 I HAVE A FEW THOUSAND Dollars cash and I wish to buy Lethbrldge real estvite. Property must be a snap. Real estate men need not upply. Ad- dress Box 15, Herald, lease a. vacant, lot near Round St., for a period of six mont-lis. Apply Sth St. S.- 226-6 invest in some business in Lethbridgo and Five hundred dollars as first pay- ment on home and Fifteen Hundred as first payment on farm lands. Two Thousand dollars Io buy good brood mares and Five hundred Io good grade of stock .hogs. Box 17 Herald Office. trade, 5 passenger 1910 Mclaughlin .Touring car, will trade for 2 lota in Letlibridge. Apply Box 42 Herald. bfiniile teams want- ed at once for threshing. Apply H, I1. Dayton, Alta. 229-S LOST AND FOUND handbag, left In auto going to Exhibition, on Thursday, Contained small sum of money and cards with name of owner. Reward for return to .O. D. Austin, Herald of- fice. 215-Ox LOST Black pinto mafV, last 'seen six miles east of Stirling; circle brand on right shoulder. reward for re- covery to E. Matthews, Box 120, Gran- urn, AHa. ____ Collie dog. cr will bo rewarded by returning to E. A. Cunningham, 313 12th St. South. Lelhbrldso, light bay mare with colt 18-months old, mare has white stripe on face, threo white feet, branded S B on left shoul- der and J. T. F. monogram on right hip; .has scar on right shoulder; had rope around her neck; colt branded K diamond on right shoulder. Also a light bar horse with threo whito fed. branded S. H. Had head stall iirnhin Tlie ''voro scon rotilli east of Lethbrldge Saturday. Keward If returned to 921 9th St. S., ,Loth- bridge, ;