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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FOR .MORE LAND THAN WE OWN IN SUNNY SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND tyUST HAVE MORE BECAUSE WE HAVE DECIDED WE ARE GOING TO RUN OUR BUSINESS HERE FOR ANOTHER SEASON We will only handle such lands as are given us to handle EXCLUSIVELY, and which are given to us at a figure which we believe will enable us to sell the land at a reasonable price. WE MUST BE ABLE TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS VALUE RECEIVED We want to List Farms, Improved Lands and roved Lands FROM 160 ACRES UP We want some RANCHES and some LARGE TRACTS OF GOOD LAND Having been in Sunny Sou- thern Alberta so long, OUR HEALTH IS GOOD and there is no need of your bringing anything to us V which you want us to han- dle FOR OUR i HEALTH'S SAKE IF YOU HAVE A FARM THAT YOU WANT TO SELL, and will put the figures right, and give us the. exclusive handling of it1 on terms which are reasonable, WRITE TO US oi; CALL ON US AT ONCE. We are feady to do business w'' The 0. W. KERR CO.: Southard idoe, Canada IT J 1NC1AL SEED FAIR Jot This Keith Hie List ef Prizes Seed Fair for the sale and exchange of is to be bold in Leth- competitors will be expected to judge 1 VF I rjMfOfir'r1 several Wheat, Oats Barley- In making the awards 50 per cent. .will be given for correct placing- and 50 per cent, for written reasons based on score card. Competitors sboidd report to the Secretary not later'than 1.30 on. c this Act WHlch. has some slight 'wishes of the citizens' did not prb- changes in worcllmr from the old or- P056 to bind the government to ac- dinance a f Territories. c-J3t the recommendations of the THFIR SAI Th3 Act enquiries con- Board of Trade or the City Council as the 13th, 19th and 20th of! competition is open.j to Ibe entire province. Tic prixe list is as follows: .Ctatt Alberta 12 10 7 5 any soft ............13 9 4 Eed Fife 15 12 10 7 5 any otherr. The Yrihners will receive the follow- 1st 2nd 3rd I must have boen grown in the Pro- j vine of Alberta by tht> exhibitor in j the year o entry fee is required. Legislation Introduced at Ed- monton Affecting Civil Servants Ruth public matters which was gi- to any otner site. Ee did not ap- a sO-ond reading- was dwelt upon prove of the site -recommended, viz., briefly by the premier. Ke referred Presbyterian Church site; as it to Beef and "'Coal- Commissions f-SO '.close in, especially when one appointed last year to make investi- considered the growth of the 'city g-ations into these industries. He during few yqars. did not think, -that a govern Considerable discussion was -Gar- ment should issue a ex- rit'd on- in course of which C-F.P. v casc-s 01 real urgency. Thy his persons! government the full-n-s- opinion that he did not consider that ponsibiiky concerning' the condition tjic cit-'' owned "any part of the square T BUY T I AO seed shall be admitted lor conlb eriora in bringing up tor t itition tor prizes a bill providing for the gar- of affairs in The province but in commissions last 'year it- was or hence had not the po-.ver "to sell 'away'any portion of it. He t 3f petition exhibited are at least 50 njshmem, of the ...salaries'of--civil ser- biuslieis of wheat, 50 bushels of xica said this act provided an 'easy sg-omi! almost iiaposMblp for the government! il probable, however, -that) carry on such" an as tne A- I-XTo. would give did. The Material for your shed, barn or Jionse untill have seen our in. Ship-lap Finest material OB the market at closest yet Clus ......'.....15121075 ar.c other long ,or variety azsy short or feed ty 1125 bmhcls of 15 bushels ,o _ _ i Sax, 10 bushels of peas, 5 bushels o .of I method for creditors to" obtain set- ofi i grass, 1 bushel of clover. 1 bushel of !wo rowed vari.-ty _.._. six rowed tr 9 53 ]2 s 4 t of claims against civil sefvr ants. If a civil servam o.wes a bill Onjj bushel shall be the amount of' his clvciitor ma-v serVefi Ihp i-dinplrt shown in each cJass of j on thc provincial treasurer and th'is and one. peck in each class of I notice ljind tlv- (hlc grasses and clovers. Each exhibit jlhe eminent tjaiplovtc. t It only j to tht city not only the two hundred I Oi tbcsa ppoint-' ffeT squarefn the centra bit the i ed'by th> last year for the purpose of erect- was in with a relation brought into the house: and the oth- of seed must be a fair representative natural iy for of the tAtal quantity of .such seed -of- is fered for sale by exhibitor. !2ss Cereals ..85 9 of tbe Act stylos-' -This Act hhall not apply -to any debt not the sum of S25 Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff. aml to the of I public buildings tnereon or of) ting for the erection of er was instiiutsd on the jrujr- bandings. But tb-y would not give I gvjst'ons of thc commixtft on to profit J tural rr at tors-.- In Thjp govj derive rcvenur-j crn-ncnt full notice of tfisir in- lrc'aj n- i tent ions placing- items in the C. tiimight that the timates was opportunity for' ExceiK m the- findinjr 'ort what the people 'think 1 premier ..said the go vermin Tit' .should Ui-ing It voultj i not appoint commission -t'o take long to tisid out from the A. without the panicipaiinfr: R. J. Co. exactly, they in the uppointnif-nt. each of fres-h" Lime, Wood Plaster and in'stock.' Rogers- Cunningham liiinber Co., Ltd, tepsg, fisgratli, Sseds ?y Srsed 3 5 GRASS Seed .......8 5 Gr its Seed 8 5 C ass Seeds Clover Seed. 8 5 8 3 to Commended k" cv..K- there are Prize Ecsi KJW'I -1 of Spring Wheat. of "Farm Crops" no Winnipeg, have offered a i CMJ known as the "Farm C valued at One Hundred i for thr> best bushel i S Sjinnj-: Wheat grown by any grain j the province. "Farm )5: supplement trophy j Cr.Ab of Fifty Dollars ro tlie winner. Thirty Dol- second snd Twenty as a third prize, name will be engraved must be won throe b- f it. finally becomes ..woor-atr Ihn winner. 3VJJ must b'1 made jr, ac- with tlie rules and ttsus; -be -Brovincin! Sai-d Fair. j Judging Competition] aftfeTioon, Kebruarj' i. at X m. a Grsin Judging'Com- be held. This compel i- V nil', open to all Formers and isana in tbe Province. Tbe Carpet Ming and" Co, excess, nor where amount to the .does no-t nd then." only, .to the, extent ;nuc To e excess unless such last contracted for board or at in regard to the squire-. The voice of tin- people "as tb their wiah 'should >be heard. motion by TVm. Oliver and C. F. P. Conybeare that tbe ?iesbyterian church iiite b" MR. SILVER RETURNS Jno.-A.. Silyirr am! Mi's. Silver To the Public: Having disposed of my hardware busi- ness, the it is absolutely necessary that all ac- counts owing meshould be paid immediately. Prosp.pt aiteistion to this matter will avoid the necessity of my placing these accounts in the hands of a solicitor for collection G. L. VROOMAN The premier in -concluding- his rc- n-.arlcs said he (retired to make it plain whiio this act 'was" -i vserl in as in o-lher provin i was TKJL done beciuiKi: J i of thiv civil service, were avoiding thii! jtnynvnt .of nor would j to u-el anv of the- go' would ever want to .shirk ill.-, payment of his debts, bur, the vision-to which .re-sort might ha.'l i f needed. Th-o member for IjeUiVjri-dffc then abkod if A'ct. likv that existing in. the Ivorthwes-r. Ten itorit-s. marie tlKx .Hixlaries of em- P'oyfisss garirshwablc and not the tern porury employe's s.ilnr.i, -Thr- I'm. chat 'H hud. only refer- ence io the permanent employees, but Council and the Board of Trade ex- thc mnttei: coukl Uarford, Rylnnds. Mie-1 Chicago Th- commcrcinl Raid Sir Harry McLean last, bach G. C.-McDonald and H. .T. H. wns fdl' h, It is months I -w. ti imwr1! 4.-T1K- Govrnmr-nc n 'trlegrarn from Condon. on the received lluu he chnrpe d' affairs at Tangicw. thc Morocco, to the effect that Tlaisuli, States- than hi Cnnadn. TUr. Sihc-r he was fir-f imprison.vl. COALDALE e. Feb. -ifr. J. W." Burn-j side has roctumed from liis trip to I his horn" in Ontsri" i A .special union jneeting City take a business trip to British Colum-jj bia but is at present laid up with tht- i of rury on c.aiue up before the whole ing1 to reconsider1 the court The member for site question. C. Simmons, la srrippe. the opinion that the tempo rury employees salary should be gnr- Cusliin to meet the n-pivsontativ'-s Sevorftl cases had 'com? ct' the two bodies, was to undtr his nrytx-e, -this law could pJace tlu1. rnAtter before Mr. hcnciicinUy employed. C'jshiilff wroto that tho improssion The Acl, securities to ne intended leavinp was Mr. Wm. Kmdc has t.ilcpn the i'.! cy for thf Itiplomo'jt r.hlcod by Hon. W. H. j and has M-Pcted store by public ofKcci-s -treats with, Government was willing to abide .said thc prtvttier. nil pn-sons who by thc decision of people as to handle tfbwrnment bonds. '.'All of .whether' the .court-'house: should be Lhewc officials nt present ai-c bomlttl, ,erected on the square or not. But, it was 'thought' not', while -wishing to meet the winter. house here. Mr. 0. -K Fan- returned to home at Chatham. Ont., Thursday. He expects to rotnnv in the spring. lie filed on a homestead north of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Pdwv'n home from TiliitolA whrre they havo beon spendinr Some men through life paying only half their expenses and there Jire mo.ny pc Who Pays the Other Half? Arci yon strivuie to.maintain ojber men in idleness Buy ynnr House here and avoid paying other men's btwl debts. !e Turpin Furniture Co. RcdMth INK Fmhlin LcthbrMge ;