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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta i1" It..'' . iiiiii M H it M t �i>#����if J 1 'mi' 2 ^ -y'-r-f^ Is on the Market and we have the Exclusive Salel I 18 lots in this desirable location for $200 each ; third cash, balance 3 and 6 months. 16 lots on Turner ave, $40 each, cash. Acre lot on Bailey st., $600, half cash, 6 months. 2 lots in Block C, facing track, $200 each, terms. Acre lot on Westminster, S^roomed house, stable, etc., $2,800, terms. 3 lots, one corner, in Wallwork Addition, 4-roomed house, water, $1,150, terms. 6 lots and 5-roomed house. Bast Torrance ave, $1,500, terms. 2 lots, Bompaa St., water and sewer, $800, terms. 11 lots. Ford St., $275 each, terms. 5 lots, cor. Bompas and Burdett sts, $3,000, cash. 4 lots, corner Grabb and Courtland, $1,650, terms. 7 lots on William st, $175 each, half cash and 6 months. 4 bus. lots. Round St., $6,000, terms. 3 bus. lots, Grabb St., $8,000, terms. 13 residence lots, London Road, $300 each, terms. 3 residence lots, cor. Bompas and Wood sts, $1,500, terms. ots and 2 houses, Smith st, $3500 6 lots, Ashit^ad sti $350 each, terms 61ots,Goui*tland st, $200 each, terms Gbrn^ acre in J, $1200, terms. 2 aci^B lots ih block 26 lots, $^^ half cash and six months. 4 lots in block 92, $250 each, terms. Acre lot on Bartlett st, $2100, half cash, 6 aiid 12 months. 4 lots in Block 64, $500 each; half cash and 6 niohths. 9 lots in RivervieWt $200 each, cash. 4l6t8 corner Gutbill and London, l>d50;tcrins. We have a very extensive list and make a Specialty of Gity and Suburban Property, The C. B. i PHONE 2B. Lethbridge, Alberta. Smoot Hold* Scat. (Continued from pa 'e 8.) American home is not in jeopardy. You may talce either liorn ot the dil�nuna. I{ the church is teaching polygamy, Hmoot is preaching and practicing monogramy. I( the church is: not preaching polygamy, it is blameless and the whole case against Smoot fails. '"Wo are all sworn to support the constitution of the United States, personally, I construe this to mean that I have solemnly obligated myself oot to vote to deprive, any person or Btat* of any right guaranteed by that instrument. "Entertaining this view, and for the reasons I have stated, I could not yield to the importunities and in �ome cases, the demands, that I cast my vote for Senator Smoot'i expul^;tlMlr niaetinff last Friday af* Umaoitimyiha'M^ School Literary Bociifty [appointed a comaittM to aaaaldar tlw cholca Qf Mbool colon.' >' ,Vh�i ^Athletic AaMCiatioa will use Um aeion.for thslr aiMtf.^ , , Vlw ' �M(|r�i(om of/tht. programnie ' �aa>aik"�^M>�w ^. W^A. Hanllton " ViJiii^'>-Jr^)m'.'r'-,,iiiM' BMMti" A meeting of the members of the Agricultural Society.,'was held on Tuesday night, when the proposal to sell some t>t the fair grounds property for subdivision puirposes wos discussed. The society desires to raise some money for improvements, and it was thought it would be easier to dispose of it in thisway than to raise a loan. , W. Oliver favored selling a tier of lots on the north side and a half tier on the cast aide. W. O. Button said he had looked over the grounds, and estimated the distance from edge of track to fence about 180 feet, which would not permit of lots qeing sold along the whole of east side. G. M. Hatch and Geo. Houk favored selling the entire grounds as they felt that the money thus secured would enab,e them to secure gooc grounds and put up better buildings. J. Kenny throught that lots should be sold on north side but not on eaat. without injuring: the peoperty this would realize over t5,000. Finally it was decided to refer the matter to ways and nteans commit tee to bring in a report on the lines �oggeatad. to b� laid before another meeting to be held Friday evening. The society ownis 40 acrea of grounds and a strip off the north edge would divide into 54 lots. The directors of the society after wards mot. The Irrigation Co. wrote stating that they would take up the matter uf water right for groundii at the first opportunity. The secretary read the list of prize winners at the aeed fair, and the ways and means committee were instructed toarrange for payment of the prizes. < The secretary reported on the pouf-try show. Prices aggregated $177.25 expenses 956. Entries, etc., brought in �iau.80. showing a deficit of 999.9S. The government two-third grant would wipe this off and leave a �mall surplus. The ways i^nd means committee were asked to attend to the pay meat of prise*. Fair datee were discussed, and the aiatter ras laid over until Friday's owetlag, the eecretary being.instruct �d to wire Oreat Fall*. regarding the datca - of ;;tli� Montana circuit. CASES AT COURT Supreme Court Begins Sessions Here Next Weeli. The Supreme Court opens on Tuesday, Chief Justice Sifton will preside; The casM are: CRIMINAL. King vs. Rooney, liquor appeal. King vs. Oshasky, dynamiting a hdusc. ICing vs. Nicholson, house breaking King vs. Taylor, forgery. King vs. McKay, theft. LARGE DEBT, vs. Byrie, from last Bradsliaw court. Srratt va. McPhee, from last court , SMALL DEBT. Bcntley vs. Marlow. People's Co-Operative Institution vs. bay, from last court. People's Co-operative Institution vs. Sadcy, .from lost court. Raymond Mercantile Vo. vs. Miller Ralph Smith, M.P., for Nanimo, D.C.; will be appointed governor, ol the Yukon. Utj|h Blver lacpiag to bor .- for The Cardstan list is as follows: King vs. Falconer from last-court. King vs. Dingman, houst-breaking. LARGE DEBT. Reid vs. Nelfson. SMALL DEBT. Houk vs. Wolsey. Clifford vs. Hansen. -^-. GET TO FRED GOWS Store as quick as you can and pick out THE KICKER. Oiie day there camie to "Mother Earth" A child peculiar from its birth! Its health waa good, "twas never sick" And yet, somehow, 'twould always kick. It kicked because it could not talk. It kicked because it could not walk; Awake-asleep-by day-by night It kicked away with all its might. The kicking child waa aent to school It kicked at every teachers rule, i It kicked at study-kicked at play. And thus through childhood kicked its way. The kicker to manhood grew, then ' In business wont, like many men; But every time be dosed a' trade His everlasting kick was made. He kicked and kicked until life was o'er. Ue quit, beeatue bin kldu were done forevermore; ' �'i' . -No bells 'were t^clled, none sighed nor cried. 'Mothei< Earth" waa glad the day lM_^�led.- . i . '� SUIT- ING For an Overcoat or Suit at SLICED-IN-TWO PRICES. I have, to of^er for sale, a fine line of Suitings and Flannels, purchased from W. Bill, Woollen Warehouse, London, England. They are being sacrifitced as the prices will tell. SKL-B NOW ON 209 yards assorted platterns of shirting flannels, net cost 70c. yard, sale price 35c. 8 Dress Lengths at half net cost. Travelling Bags, $5 each, half net cost. 100 yards of stout English Tweed Suitings, net $1.55 a yard, sale price 75c. 50 yards of Frieze Overcoating, half net cost, selling prices from 1.25 to 2.05 a yard. 1 piece of bright red Military Serge, suitsible for golf coats, net 1.66, sale prica 83c, a yards -"-(!.ft 'tj; ;