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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Will be off again in three weeks. li i 1 4 fcV THE SILVER FARM A the best known and most talked of property in Southern Alberta. It has been a money maker from the start. ITS FEATURES 2,100 acres, all under cultivation, and now in winter wheat. Better prospects for a big crop this year than last, when the yield was The entire farm is fenced, there being nine miles of new four-wire fence. 13 new movable granaries. 3 miles frontage on railway. Railway switch on land. Plenty of water. Small house and stables. Six miles from Lethbridge. Raw land in vicinity selling at $15 r per acre. TERMS I J, � h * 1 ' $13,000 down, balance easy terms. Crop included. within t L Southard Block, Lethbridge. DANIEL, Manager. W. R. DOBBIN'S SNAPS 9 lots on Glyn street, $-100 each. 10 lots in Riverview, $250 each. 8 lots on London street, $250 each. 0 lots on Ford street, $250 each, 2 lots on Round street, $G0O each, 2 acres on London street, - $3,000, 5 lots on Burdett street, $350 each. House and li lots on Court-land street, $2,100. New house and 2 lots on Courtland street, $3,200. 2 lots on comer of Round and DulTeriii streets, SG.IKJO. W.H DEALER IN  Alberta l4tuU ami I*thbridge Proper* iea. Room 1, Southard Block Phoue 122. ALT A. n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ PRIZE POULTRY Successful Show Held Here This Week. The best show yot hold by the I>lhbridgx> Poultry association was that uhiiah took pluco yesterday in Oliver's Hall. Tho entries were larger than ever and tho class of birds shown would haw dono credit to a much more pretentious show. The judging was in tho hands of a man who is an authority on poultry. E. X. Darker uf Cardston. A. \V. Foley of Edmonton, was to have Txvn p cnt but was cl*> OUl Chicf ^utt^ mi. a i ft ft --ft The Misses McLeay are enjoying a visit at present from their 'brother, Mr. McLeay of Uravenhurst, Ont. While the C.P.R. yard-engine was making a Hying switch cm Wednesday tho cars jumped the rails and toro o>psoddo ^nf >jovu> jo [Vjp \iooS v tin tins old station. A most interesting and instructive entertuiument. Admission 50c. a id $1.00. High School Liteiary Society tickets, 15c. Plan at J. D. Higiubotham's , drug store. Read press notices. 3rd, George Moore. rullets-lst Eden nest; 2nd. an4 3rd, George Moore. Rose Comh Hrovn I^eghorn. Cock-lst, Sam Jones. liens-1st, 2nd and 3rd, Sam Jones. Cockerel-lst, Sam Jones. Pullets- 1st and 2nd, Sum Jones Urd. George Moore. S.n^lo Comb Illack Minorcus Cock-1st Sam Jones. Hen-1st, 2nd, 3rd, Sam Jonos 4 Pullol*-1st. Sain Jones. Howe Comb Rlack MInorcas. Cock-1st Sam Jones. Hens-lst, Stun Jones. Huff Orpingtons. Cock-lst, James Shaw, 2nd, Edon Rosi. Hens-lst. Old Chief, 2nd, Eden Rest; 3rd. Old Chief. Cockerels-1st P. H. Ashcro'ft, 2nd Old Chief. Pullet**-1st and 2nd Old Chlt>f; 3rd Eden Rest. Single Comb White leghorns. Cockero1-lst William Carter; 2nd JEden Rest. Hens-1st, 2nd, 3rd, Eden Rost. Light Ilrahnms. Cock-1st. William P. Mutton; 2n*; 2nd. R-irred Rook. Eden Rest; 3rd, Iiufi Rock, J. C. Livingstone. Rest Dre:*der under 1* year.-1st, .IiufT Orp>hgtcns; Old Chief Poultry I Yards;-2nd, White Wyundottes, Eden Rest 3ivl, Uan-ed Rock, Old Chief Poultry yards. Ud:t'>cock in^how-Buff Wyandotte Etlen Rtst. .Rest-. Hen in show.-White Wyan -;dotted, Eden Rest.'. Re.-t Cockerel-Ruff Rock, J. C. Livingstone. \\,H PulU-t-fiwfl .Orpington, Old' Chief Poultry Yards. egos. 1st. P. tJ. Whitney; 2nd, S. J. MacDiarmid i . MAGPIE.  ,Ui. feiJiU "Sick; 2n7 Ro-lxirt Sage, Ks�i., Lethbriclgo, AlUi. I>ear Sir-We have Just received cncloSKl letter and envelojie returntl from" Lethbridge dated Nov. 2ft. 11*00. it would seem a mistake was made by our stenographer in add renting it S. Sage instead of R. Sage, but we could certainly have thought that In a .small place like Loth bridge-that there could not have been so muny Sago*s thit a slight error liko that was any excuse for tho P. O. lot getting you to open same t o see if it was for you. We have be^*n to considerable. trouMo and expenso writing and writing you, andthon^h it is undoubtedly our fault, would have liked to receive- some acknowledgement of our last letter ilatird Dcoemher 12th, which was a of he enclosed. We had no time to writo anything further and catch tiuxt of >ocembt>r 8th. You seem to ihtnk it was the writer who, as credit n an was causing the delay. We should certainly liko io hear from you, and would be pleased to have our Mr. Alii tor call on you *y\ his next trip. Kindly tlrop us a line. Yours very truly, F. J. SCOF1BLD it? CO. I. Ingram. Rfd-tape-icaUy our local po�t odlco was (jutte whh'n its rights in ignoring S. Sage, if ho, she or* thay, did not exist, consctiui'ntly 8. Sage's letter ^us "uncalled lor." So is red tape occasionally. R. SAGE. Ed In the "Iliawatha" production, besides many colore^ vimva^tJiare are 3,500 feot,_pf' lift) motion pictures, all of which we're, phtjtographed, by Mr. Rowdon' himsQ'.f and aru tho only pnes in oxistonce. WesJoy Church*. Pviii.ty, Pi)b. 15. Adnvissioii 50 ots. and r?1.00, Tlan at lliginbotham's Drug Store. Fortho in'omiatiou ol those who have taken the trouble to road the long letter in tills morning's News, reflecting on the notion of the post Office �taff here, we are asked to atau, that there are residing in this district SEVERAL othor Sage's, also transients of the same nemo. Moreover the members of the family and employees of Robert Sago, have requested that their mail be hold in GENERAL DELIVERY ulVUl called for, furthermore, orders have been i given that NO MAIL except that i addressed RORERT SAGE or G. W. RORLVSOX & CO., bo placed in Rox l', roniod by Robert Sago. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^ Editor of the llerald: Sir,-Getting oven, is more to bo desired than even getting, in the eyes of sonw folks. Ry special delivery I was 'offered a letter -this .morning addressed to Geo. Sago; ac-jcompunying it was a tastefully pen-tpriuttKi^pidce of work as follows: 1A \ J i YOU LIKE IT YOU are not a shoemaker, m there's no need of going into an analysis of the construction of t!ie "Queen Quality" Shoe. But the fact remains that it satisfies over two irullion wearers. They knew they Lie it; that it gives styh to the foolf that it gives comfoit the first izj worn. And that is enough. It holds i'3 shape longer than other ready made shoes because it ftts. \et the enormous business done on "Queen Quality" Shoes kec^s the prices moderate* Fred Gow & Co. $3.00 $3.C0 $4.00 Examining 1b a very delicate buBincts, It requires experience, a knowledge of optics, and the necessary instruments. We are folly *qo^ ped in all theso particulars, and can determine with the utmost accuracy when a person should wear glasses, what sort of glasses they should be, and we will supply them at the lowest l>oB8iblo price. Wheb these advantages are so handy,don't you think it would be a mistake to do without glasses? Any error of vision is altogether too important to be neglected. Let us rfacilitus. OREN, the specialist^ A. WRIGHTS Jewelry Store. "Mako sure this is for you before you open it? Tho penman must have had ku4i-inss of time to spare; and *w> is I rish-prosumably. KOn&RT SAGE. -4- A cottage prayer mooting will bo held in tho house of Mrs. 13/E. Reynolds on Friday oven fug at a p.m. - - Wliy Dvnnott's Illg Show, 25 people, band and orohostra, drama, and vaudevillo, a nights commencing tonight. Prioas 50 a�d 75-cwt#. DABKRALL IN HORTH WAW> Th^vunore of tho North Wand vmt Wet.'nosday o\wing and organised their baseball club for the year. The offlc�rfi elected wero: Hen. PrM.Oleger. Tres.-W. Hyssop. ViwPrea.-R. Hop^raft Sec. Treas. -W. McKcnste. ^. Conunittxo-J. Watson, ?V flyssop, ,W. Hopcroft, B. Davids, L. McKsnsia ' The club is in excellent flnaocimi I'OBxJjtlc ;