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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETIIBHIDGE DAILV HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S "WANTS" AND "DON'T WANTS" Classified Ads. for This Page Must be in Office by 11.30 a.m., to Appear Same Day-25c an Insertion for 25 Wordsor Less-Six Times for Price of Four. MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. -1' canada land & irrigation company, ltd. 530,000 ACRES DRY an CHEAP RANCH The lands are in the district between Retlaw and Modlclne Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan riveri. These lands aro to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. Tito Company Is looking for bona fide settlers. Wo would be pleased to have you Inspect our lands. ProspectlTe purchasers should make all Inquiries direct through the company's offlco at Medicine Hat. We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT canada land & irrigation company, ltd. Box 677 Phone 2424 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA 1200 AC UK'S of improved land, fenced. (TOsh fenced. ;">n tons hay in stack.! >!" acres flax, ready to thresh. .V> j acres oats, stacked. Good big well j furnished house, il horses, 1 cattle. \ chickens r.i.d all harness and lnery. Immediate possesion Easy! terms to pood man. $.".' u. iuclu I- ; ing everything. Apply I a. h. Me.i�n IVplytiirr Mention Th� lt�rnMi KtVll SATr'K7""-!-JoouiVii caMi. lial.Mic" as rent. I IMS ; paid. Apply 513 l'.hh St. North. SITUATIONS VACANT (W>>cn RoplylnR Mfntttm Thn maid". H?r.-iia> REPLIE3 Apply :ion j an-' person to; 235-0 ; 960 ACRE FAI I-'. for and i 'ax--:; FOR hous. r-.\u: and : Wat! dot! OR barns -, light; for sr UK N't 1 WANTED -- Chumb . Lethbridge Hotel.__ WAN! ED-A~boo-1 "smart" boy t : swor telephone. Apply in City Cartage Co. : WANTED - Capable 'na"id 'iii>fo"f6~fo p'ain cooking. Apply 1'. Shepherd, , '',14 iltli St. S. -41-11 I WANT Kit A str'or.g hoy to make '� blmxvlf useful and learn the radiator | business. Applv Andv's Radiator , >hop. ' :'4n.:i Have been received for .'.io following hex numbers and arc waiting to be en lied for. !'l. 27, 30, ,!S, 40, 5S, 00, 61, 70, s>2. a roomed old hi head, on i so 12 white Wy-Apply 1501 !!th j Ave. fob NINE m'NDRKD AND SIXTY Acres fine ten room house, fine spring dose | to house, barn for twelve horses. 2 , miles from town. 7-"' head of pood cat-j tie and some machinery, lots of hay j and era in land, river front. Price as it ; poms concern. ?40 per acre, $20,000 I cash, balance easv terms. ~ALE-is.-s. Also 4th Ave. N 12t'.i St '.v. .(In for SAM- J. L. WORKMAN. IV O. Box 7: Maclccd, ern. :; Applv South fop. h I'l -e tood Roam cheap lands FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Get Your Hay NOW! WE CAN OFFER you excellent upland.1 hay. baled, fo.b. shipping point. Sam-pie can be seen at oc.r othce. Pro" freight application tortus supplt-J Price on application. ' '-'or, Ni-Uon. : reshm and is N-aith lioular: WANTED-To commence on Sept. I 30. pianist for motion picture theatre. I i Apply to u. !-:. Fleming, Starland I Theatre. Lethbridge. _ 23.-0 j � J5.00 1'KIVATK CHH1STMAS GREET-1 i.tve ,.roomed modern ,CnJli Samp!c ,U)(lk free; to rent one house lt;Uivos .(hv:i(]v m.iUlaR fiv(, t0 tell raid o-.e ..-roomod hou.e , dll,ars j.,H :. Hradloy-Gnrretson, c North Apply I. Ky"; j Hrantford, Out. Ad O till St. North. _.!:>-' ---- ____......---------..... , , : 1'AK.M l.AUOK-We can supply farm-!-, s orey dwelhu.;. nod. j frg ^m ^ a M A number ,e and terms reasotmbk.. , of mcn nrQ nQW ,, (hp eronn.. ^ ; ti(U)lI ,Vi,BOS {.,r rJ!:lu ,,.,rlyi App,y 1 '' j immediately, 01S f,th Ave. S. Phone SAI.K-A line business �!te in , le!^'. 237-6 i. U.C.. !n ccntr' of town, re- i---------------�--------- :s. Pr on p: WANTED TO KENT WANTED TO KENT -A small shack, close to Sherlock building. lavKO enounb to boll an aulo. Address Uoom :tor>. Sherlock Building. I - - \\\\NTEd TO UENT ~C fiTniishi'd house with ftaraKO, It bedrooms required, will pay rent In advance for G months. Apply PtlllnK Land Co.. Empress Uloek, EethbrldKe. 2,14-0 WANTED TO KENT-lUilf-section for Must have 150 acres at least under cultivation. State terms of rental. Have full outfit of horses and machinery. Prefer somethiiiK near open ranfte. John Uresely, Wrentham, Alb�?rtn. L'loo PROFESSIONAL CARDS _ DENTAL Hit. ,11. .I.GIH.SON - DENTIST' llilAD-unto of Koyal Collego ol Dental Bur-Keons Toronto imd holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 5-U Uryan Uloclt. Phono 1071. 1)U. L.T. ALLEN --DENTIST." ISUC-cessor to Drs. Courlico OUchrist). tlraduato of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Mncdonald lllock. Phono lttiK, l.ethbrldgc, Aliiertn. DHS. i\lAHKb AND MAHUS-DKNT-Ists. Successors to Dra. Stewart and McCIure. Iloura 9 to f�. Office: 111*;-lnbothtim Hlock. Phono 117-I. DH. T. 'V. FOX-DENTIST. (JHADU-atry. I'iioii'' CALGARY HOUSE Se\ en roneiou fnl'v in Mot-.r.t Royal. U. firi-piace i;i den. two si;ed basemen' (las warmly huiit. ere. eti-h payment. ,\p|i :'!" ."th Ave. We.-t, ."4S. 2 �"-2 FARMERS AND OTHERS WISHING TO BUY A HOME IN LETHBRIDGE. have n very larfte listinK of hour-es for saK\ both tarpe and small. Easy terms. Wo c:m furnish you with particulars on application. Apply A. J. DLACK3URNE &. CO., Real Estate ind Insurance. At Diamond .'j.i: Mines, Diamond City. Alia.. 12 milet; north of Lethbrldpc. Experienced miners tire making from 57 to iiv per day, sett. Service nurKolnr and ! to Lp'.hbridge. .amomi City is:-0 DANCING.__ 'mTsTIVLADYS ATTKEI-: is ro-timinK her classes of ball room and classical danelnK at the Y.M.l'.A. Wednesday and Thursday. Oct. and 10, Writo 113 A. Sth Ave. \\\. Calitarv 230-0 CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LETHlUtinGE BHANCH-- THThU Floor Post Offlco Huildinft. Phono Offlco hours during July and 10 a.m. and -1 p.m.; Satur- 701. AUKUst: day 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1(1 SO Daily Tram Diamond train nice ingoing trains from a Chang- at Kipp for ____BICYCLES CLEVELAND "AND 'iNM'lLV.V^rt'iOY^ cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A larpo stock of accessor' les on hand. D. E. .McDonald, Oim-smith and Locksmith, 6th Street S, opposite Herald OITlce. �2-0 VIAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's diseases and norvoua disorders. Successful for 25 yonra. Lliorattiro on renuuKt. .Mrs. O. Thomas, ui'J loth _St. S. Phone 5S4. tl'.Mi GUN3MITH8 GUNSMITHS '& LOCKSMITHS -C.un barrels Htralghletied, buijh restock-od, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys inado. locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phononraphn, any H.itlU machinery repaired, lawx umwers sharpened. P. E. Macdonald. (iidiui Motorcyclo Agent. Phono lo:'.'-. Oili Strret. opposito Herald Ollirti. medical DRS. GALURA1TH Office Oil Third Ave. HOURS: Dr. dulbralth . Mou, Wed., Fri........ Sundays 7-8 p.m. and ment. Dr. Lynn ........... i\NI) LYNN S., Lothbrldpo. ..... 1-3 p.m. ...... 7-S p.m. by appoint-^' ..11-12 a.m. ... 3-5 p.m. .....7-S p.m. by appoint- NEW MOTOR SCHOOL BRIDGE FOR leth- miscellaneous wants we were fortunate in com: acting for HAY AND FEED, price was riRh' and both were cut riitlu. and the $:>0O I KOOt! feeding qualities are tiier.;. Pa--tefsr.:i, McKinnou >t Bell. Unioti B.i'ik Chambers. Phone 1S'>4. offer No. 1 upland hay, slough hay. oat teed, wh-at feed, rough hay at bottom prices. a!-o can quote brome grass seed and t'_'l rye seed. good. Farmer.s-Uovernaien; frc-e freight application forms no-.v on hand. 2CS-6 i Wanted to trade- property in Vancouver liorses. Apply Box 31. -Clear deeded for rattle- or Herald. 241-6 WANTED-Uiied Chevrolet car. muat be in good running order, and cheap lor rasa. Apply Pox 40. Herald. 23-l-0x i WANTED-100 ar-TcTof iSillMa"piit up on shares, half and half. Farm two miles north of Kipp. H. W. Lever. Kipp, Alta^_____ 237-G . WANTEI>^~ao~or two~a"c"i:es of pota-ttoes in Coaldale district. E. Williams. Elcan P. O., or phone R 20C, Taber. lost and found (When Rep'.ytnf ilfntlon Th� ileralfll FOUND-On Saturday a badge of the 82nd Battalion, Calgary. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. Apply Herald office. 210 2x , STRAYED-Since, May Sth, one. r---I cow. branded on left ribs, $10' j reward for return to 117 linlij ! Street North. ^ ~2.i, Phone 1034. PATTERSON Union Bank i MEN, Phone IS' biisy. buy yotir >''�. Salary men get | n hor1.". No more bit.- ; !:�: tiiis for a snap, i in :>:ii S'. S.ititii. ua-toilet, modern, only :.'."" cash, or 0 room '. o'v. bath-room, on St'u ! 'on. to handle $4')'i. On 4 room hou."1 on Pithi nils S'J.'.o cash; 5 room i . e. N . *12."0, $2.10 ,ash; . on 7'.h Avt-. N.. $loeo. 23S-i-, � U'E WANT 100 mf.n at on'1" to learn to operate and repair automobiles, sta- \ tionary and tractor i;asolini� engines; i day and evening cla-ses: we 'rain you j by actual practice; our own free em-ploy p.-.'-'.n office w-'.l help yo-' chooso a po.-.non after completing, as ehauf- ' U:\-.r. mechanic, tractor engineer, or. transport operator; special offer to' fir ; In '.viiii join u-. urite or -all for ire: cv.'.alogue. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL at Edmor.-oii, Sa.-katoon, Re- FLORISTS. frache bros! For Floral Designs Carnations and i e.isonable flow-1 PIANO TUNING | t~H."~CRlPFSf "EXI'ER'r TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; j 20 years' factory experience. Hon I ours Certifi.-ato ALT. Assn.. London, England. References; to the leading musicians ot tho city. Phone HUH 3253 Cth Ave. A. South. Tues , Thurs., Sat. .... Sundays 2-3 p.m. and nieii!. Office telephone 1253; Dr. Lynn Una. phono u'j'J. DRS. DeVEBKR, ' OA'MPiiELCT ROV, l'RA(,'(| ft I1RYANS. Offlco Royal Hank Building. Office hours 1:3"-3 p.m.; 7:30-S::',o p.m. Phono 505. DRS." CONNOTcr M(rNAlXYX"LEl',.CIl -Offlco, 101) Sherlock Block. Telephones: Offlco 31!); KeBldonco ol Dr. Connor, fill); residence of Dr Loach. 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 _:i/m-:_1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m.__ DR. TAY't.OK --15AUT^I'YKT-N08K" & Throat; 115 She. ,ock Bldg. Offlco hours 10-12: 2-5; evenings by ap-j polntmnnt, I'hones: offlco 311; roa-I ideuce 503. j DR. P. "IV." TCILLER-PHYSICIAN I and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block I ojiiioslte Slarland Theatre, rooms r. to I. Offlco hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1 30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. I'hones: Offlco 7o0; residence 420 I Sth St. S.. Phono 1404. j DK. .1. E. LOVKHINO. Physician an I j Surgeon, X-llay equipment. OU'tie i mid residence, SI- 3rd Ave. south. ! Honrs 1112. 1-3 and 7-0. Telephone ! dav and niitht 1242. 2.00--O PRIVATE HOSPITALS Roses, olftr r f rs. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hosidtal and ; Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue i South. Phone 748. CHIROPRACTOFiS SAtTTH & SMITII II YKUM~STlTTfi and June B. Smith.- If yon aro nick and wan*, to regain health, talc-i spinal ait]ii.-.tmctita and get. wrdl. Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S , opposito Model Bakery, houra 0.3J to 5. 7 to f�. Phono 1077. MUSIC 1003. Lethbrldrje 2200 Bran. Old Pal.icc Lethbriunc, an'i Wiitnip'.:; Ciaagc, 2nd Ave. S. Alberta. 231-0 _________r,s'i ! '-OST-Between Lethbridge Coal WANTED-Phonograph with" remfifs.!llale- Saturday afternoon, silver mesh Must be unusual value. Will pay spot cash. Write full description to Box 29. Herald.____ 238-0 W"ANTED TO BUY-Second hand 2-hoj-ae bob slolgh. State lowest terms Jn first letter. James Angus, Wren- 'thatn. Alta.__2ji9^6 WAITED-1 have flrBt class plowing outfit and am ready to contract 1 �*c. tlon to 2 aections plowing or breaking. For prices write James Olquast. Bow Island, Alta. 237-C WANTED-Automobile i7a~exi7h"ange ior house and lot in Cre3ton, B.C., value $1800. Would leave mortgage on liouso up to 1500. Box 69, Creston, B. C._______ 241-7 WANTED TO BUY-1917 model D-43 tipeclal McLaughlin car. Must be in gqod condition and reasonable price. Will pay �pot c�sh. Address communications to P.O. Box 244, Fernio, B.C. 239-6 bag with ?3.50 inside. Finder kindly-return to Muriel McTavtsh, Coaldale, Alta. 2412 LutiT-Orey gelding 9-years old, weight about 1400 lbs. foretop clipped, ijj^gl brand on left thlgn. |10.00 'gjm reward for information loftd-Ing to recovery. Albert Green, P. O. Pox 107. Taber, Alberta. 223-20 STRAYED-6ne bay mare and one-grey gelding, 1500 lbs., branded U lazy S on left shoulder. Last seen near Raymond. Liberal reward for information leading to recovery. Wells & Walker. Coalialc, Alta. 241-u ~ Pro- well STRAYED-From my farm at duct, one brown team geldings, WANTED TO PURCHASE A TEN  FOOT SILENT SALESMAN OR 8HOW CASE. RYLANDS A CO., 237-G VPtotn FOR EXCHANGE K.plylnc Mention Th* HtralA. WILL TRADE a uued 10-20 Titan tractor complete with extension rims, 2 furrow P. & O. englno gang plow with breaker and stubble bottoms, also 24-inch now Racine separator all complete with self feeder, wind Btacker, high weigher, also one 8-inch tandem disc harrow, for a good 10-30 H.P. (or larger) engine and plows. Keroaone fcurner preforrod. 15. A. Sharman Company, Lethbridge. Phone 1173. ___ 239-6 ^ito^oj^ wanted WANTED-Position-~s�_^co'birnfant �with insurance and financial experience. Write Box J�, .-Herald. 241-3 �WANTEIV-Steady employTirenV by experienced herder, also handling of elieep. BoRt of referoticeti. J. L. Romsa, tare of Provincial Farm Labor Bureau, Edmonton, Alta. 241-2 matched, weight about 2900 lbs. brand ed on right thigh, quite dim. Last heard f.orn cast of Lethbridge going north. Write or phone H, R. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Bonnell, Lethbridge._224-o LOST-iiOM reward will be paid to anyone returning to my farm a bay horse whloh strayed or was taken from my pasturft west of Nobleford. Bay Clyde horee, five years old. weight �hout 1700 pounds. No brands, white : FOR SALE-Portable bake"oven with complete outfit of pans, etc. Mu-t be sold at once. Apply Herald, Bex '.' 24'i-0 FOR SAL1::- 2 s"ectional boilers, suitable for heating residence or block, with steam or hot water. Apply Ter-rill Floral Co. ,2-lo-n WANTED'1-A' vi-rticaPfillngTablneV. 2. :' or 4 drawer. Must be in good condition Apply Box in. Herald. _ lot-, FOR " SALE::-H.'-1I "organ~for' ~f:. WANTED-Young and room, close in. man wants board Phono 1048. 239-6 CURTAIL BICYCLE MANUFACTURE Washington, Sept. 21. - Curtailment of the iiiiiuufacturo of bicycles and ac-ooBHfjrjDs was announced today by the war Industries board. Men's bicycles are io be made, hereafter only in 20 mid 22-inch fruwios and women's models only in 20-lnch frames and the manufacture ot racing and juvenile models, steel guards, tool boxes, metal stands and metal tapks U diacon-tlnued entire,!/, DRE38MAKING TERM'S REASONAI1LE7 Mrs. ua, Room H. Shcpard Block. U. Roo- 241-6 SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE ALL LADIES of Lethbridge south of 6th Avo. S. call upon mo to he measured for a Hpirelia corset, bran-slorres, lilouse extonders, children's waists etc. Mrs. Martin, huIIo 69, Dominion Block, 4lh Avo. South. AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering will open in Lethbridgo on or about Oct. 1st, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles tind stationary ongintis. Special rates to first tea who Join branch of Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., of Winnipeg, Rugini. Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouvor and Calgary. Write or cnll for frea catalogue Hemphill Motor School in old Palaro tiarafo, 2nd Av�., Lethbridge, lA)U, ZilU orators, Paperhangers and Painters, Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estlmntoa given. Tho oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Res. phono M72; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. aT" m eads-pa f.NTi NaT" 'iTEcoTt at- !ng nnd Paperhangin;;. Pliono 6^0. 611 Sth Ave, S. 117-0 W. emery-PAINTING, DKCOUAT Ing, Paporhanglng, Knlsomlnlng, etc Best materials only used for all work. Estlmatos willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phono 338. (J. T. DR1NKALL .Vi StJNS.-"-I'aintltig and ijecoratlng. The borne decorators. Wo paint anything. Office.  nd shop 321 6th.SL_8. 203-0 FOB DKCOBATING, PAINTING AND PAPERIIANGING SKE S. WHITAKEB, 612 7th ST. S. PHONE 1820. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BEST MATERIALS USED. MRS. H. H. JOHNSON, L. A. B, Contralto. Teacher of Sinning. 1 Sixth Ave. A, South. 22'-2-� MISS A1LEEN M. JONES -Planaforte. Playing and Theory; ono hundr  1 per cent, of pupils enterod for t'ne examinations of tho Roynl Academy and Royal College ol Music, ' ,u-don. Eng.. last year wero succe3sful Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. II. JOHNSON-TEACHER of IMnno, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience.) ) Studio fully equipped 'With blue'-*-, board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1220 utb Ave. A. South. MISS CLARE S. IIOBEL -Teacher of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for any examination desired. Studio No. 2, Phone 765, Conservatory of 1 Music. 225-0 LEO Mr COOMBS-will accept a limited number of pupils in voice, piano nnd harmony after August loth, and announces a change of studio address to 416 12th St. A south, op-porlto Strathcona, Court. Of thn pupils prepared for R.A.M, and 11. CM. examinations, 100% wero successful. ___ 203-0 JOSEPH BANNER, pupil of Iho Virgil Piano School, London, England, gives lessons In pinno playing, organ playing, singing, "Unllan Method." ami theory. Cnreful attention given to fundamental principles, and training little children. Joseph Banner is In his eighth year In connection with public school music in Southern Alberta. In residence in Lothbrldgu nfter the 20th, in tho meantime phone 1553, or call at 410 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC J. GEO. HARPER, DIRECTOR, j Roopens Monday, August. 26, Piano, theory, violin, orchestral nnd band Instruments, mandolin, banjo, guitar ukulelo, Hawaiian stool guitar, singing, elocution, painting. Certified teacher In all departments. Modern methods. Many freo advantages. Phono 705. THIRTEENTH SEASON. If. McG. YOUNG, teacher of volc�I piano and theory, pupils recital* hold at Ninas, Easter and June. Toronto Counervalory exams hold during latter part of Juno. During tho past two years all pupils trying tlieso exams wero successful. Technique, clavier for practice niny bo had at tho Btudlo, 414 A fith St. iiouili, first door south of Orpheum Thoatro. Hesuuios teaching Monday Aug. 26. SHOE REPAIRING SIl'OE REPAIRING- PHONi-Tun for your niton repairs. Work done promptly. Orders callod for and do liverod. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avo South. _ BUILDERS' SUPPLIES C EAIENT, LI M E, WOO 11 " FIB li E Plaster, Empire Finish, Hollow Tile, iVelhbridge and Medicine Hat Brick, Roofings, Building and Tar Paper, Fire Place .Mantles and Orates, Tllo, Heaver Board, Plato Glass, Murantiso GlaiM, Common Glass, Auto Windshields., Mining Supplies, Kiro Brick anil Fiiv Clay. Tho Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. Phomj .MH4, t'ourlh SI, South, Lelh-bi'ld-r 13-0 �YES TESTED J. M. HEHDtfiJON - SIGHT SPECIALIST :Difficult Cases a Specialty .OKjjc* ,.l >Wrli|hfs JfcWfllrry Slort-Hourt lots I? ii!b>. 'Vl'tos'ptn>. CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET - SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Oniy (lio highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Iminodiatt* attention Is given to country orders.' 324 6th StroLt South. Phono lgl2. - LOO S AM-C LE A Nl NO, 1 'IO0SS1 N(T/ Repairing and allocations woll dont> at reiisomiblo price* Wo call for and ilollvod goods. 410 0th Sireot South. Phono 534 . 2G1-30 rM'i"WIN(l--THE T A il A) R. CLIO AN* ing, pressing and repairing. High class work nt lowest prices. Delivery free. 809 Hid Ave. south. Phono 1019 , iSC-24 41 4 ;