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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I* I Is on the Market again and we have the Exclusive Sale! "0- 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, 5-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, East Torrance ave, $1,500, terms. 2 lots, Bompas 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 Crabb 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, Crabb St., $8,000, terms. 13 residence lots, London Road, $300 each, terms. 3 residence lots, cor. Bompas and Wood sts, $1,500, terms. 2 lots and 2 houses, Smith St., $3500 terms. 6 lots, Ashmead st, $350 each, terms 6 lots, Courtland st, $200 each, terms Corner acre in J, $1200, terms. 2 acre lots in block U, 26 lots, $1675, half cash and six months. 4 lots in block 92, $250 each, terms. Acre lot on Bartlett st, $2100, half cash, 6 and 12 months. 4 lots in Block 64, $500 each, half cash and 6 months. 9 lots in Riverview, $200 each, cash. 4 lots corner Cutbill and London, $1,050, terms. We have a very extensive list and make a Specialty of City and Suburban Property. The C. B. BOWMAN Agency 1 PHONE 2B. Lethbridge, Alberta. Smoot Holds Scat. (Continued from pa o 3.) American hom� is not tn Jeopardy. You may toko cither horn of the  dllrmma. If the church 1b teaching polygamy, Smoot is preaching and practicing monogramy. If the church la not preaching polygamy, it Is blameless and the whole case against Smoot falls. . "Wo aro all sworn to support the constitution of tho United States, personally, I construe this to mean that t have solemnly obligated myself not to vote to deprive, any person or state of any right guaranteed by that Instrument. "Entertaining this view, and for tho reasons I have stated, I could not yield to the importunities and in some cases, the demands, that I cast my voto for Senator Smoot's cxpul. slon vithout deliberately violating my oath of office; without yielding my Judgment to others as It is al leged Senator Smoot will yield his to the Mormon church; and without converting my place hero from one of honor to one of shame." LOOTED TI1E COAL. Public Men of Swift Current Ask C. p. R. Not to Prosecute.' (Moutreal Witness.) Sir Thomas Shaughnessy has Just received from Saskatoon tho copy of a resolution passed at a public meet-Ing in Swift Current. Saskatchewan asking the O.P.R. not to proceed with the summonses that have boon issued by the company against number of prominent citizens who recently appropriated a carload of coal which they found on a siding, 'The resolution states that "in view ol the fact that these parties had . been without coal for days, with temperature of thirty degrees below aero, and that they were willing and .offered to pay for the coal taken, u "Uiaking, according to the view of the local Board of Trade,  very ' soyere and unnecessary course in ex posing reputable citizens to tho trou bio of boing tried as criminals, when they wore only doing what any nmu would have done under similar vU cuius tanees. We therefore ask t too C.P.R. look at the matter in the same light. TO SELL GROUNDS 'reposition Before the Agricultural Society. r\ meeting of tho members of tho Agricultural Society ' was held on . Tuesday night, when tho proposal to 1 sell some of tho fair grounds property for subdivision purposes was discussed. The society dosircs to ral&e some mono}* for Improvements, and it was thought it would be easier to dlsposo of It In thtswny than to raise a loan. W. Oliver favored selling a tier of lots on the north sldo and a half tier on the east sldo. W. O. Hutton said he had looked over the grounds, and estimated the distanco from edge of track to fenco about 180 feet, which would not permit of lots qeing sold along the whole of cast side. U. M. Hatch and Geo. Ilouk favored selling the entire grounds as they felt that tho 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 sldo but not on east, without Injuring the peoperty this would realize over $5,000. Finally it was decided to refer tho matter to ways and means commit-too to bring In a report on the lines suggested, to be laid before another meeting to be held Friday ovenlng. Tho society owns 40 acres of grounds and a strip off the north edge would dlvldo Into 54 lots. The directors of the society afterwards wot. The Irrigation Co. wrote stating that they would take up the mattor of water right for grounds at tho first opportunity. The secretary read the list of prlzo winners at the seed fair, and the ways and means committee wero Instructed toarrunge for payment of the prizes. � The secretary reported on the pouf-try show. Prices aggregated $177.25 expenses $56. Entries, etc., brought in $1811.80. showing a doficit of $90.95. Tho government two-third grant would wipe this off and leave  small surplus. Tho ways and means committee wero asked to attend to tho pay  mont of prises. Fair dates were discussed, and the matter vas laid over until Friday's meeting, the secretary being instruct CASES AT COURT Supreme Court Begins Sessions Here Next Week. The Supremo Court opens on Tucsduy, Chief Justice Sifton will preside. The cases are: CRIMINAL. ' i King vs. Rooncy, liquor appeal. I King \t. Oshasky, dynamiting a house. | King vs. Nicholson, houso breaking ; King vs. Taylor, forgery. King vs. McKay, theft. LARGE DEBT. Ilradshaw vs. Byric, from last court. Erratt vs. McPhee, from last court SMALL DEDT. Bcntley vs. Marlow. People's Co-Operative Institution vs. Day. from last court. People's Co-operative Institution vs. Sudoy, .from last court. Raymond Mercantile Vo. vs. Miller The Cardstan list is as follows: King vs. Falconer from last court. King vs. Clngman, houst-brcaklng. LARGE DEBT. Reid vs. Kelfson. SMALL DEBT. Ilouk vs. Wolsey. Clifford vs. Hansen. -*- Hurry! Hurry! GET TO THE KICKER. < SCHOOL COLORS. . At their meeting last Friday si-teruoop. the High School Literary 8��*ety "Pointed a committee to '�d to wire U�.i ,., ^^-conslder the choice 0|SilTolors iStes o7?h.2! . re�ardm� the -Jpr th�ir suits. '  i - �~ vSSSkfW^:^� of the programme WW* by W.A. Hamilton lOGMtitfRB''*****" Iflfj Bennett JwiWP&fWi wjtlc*' reports WfeSl^lnw.; OwJf| Wife* Ralph Smith, M.P., for Nanlmo, B.C., will be appointed governor, of the Yukon. High River is going to bor for natural f�a, One day there came to "Mother Earth" A child peculiar from its birth! Its health was good, "twos nover 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 was sent to school It kicked at every teachers rule, i It kicked at study-klckod at play, And thus through childhood klckod Its way. Tho kicker to manhood grow, then In business went, like many men; But every time ho closed a trade His everlasting kick was made. He klckod and kicked until life was  o'er, Ue quit, because his kicks were done forevermoro; No bolls wore telted, none sighed nor cried, "Mother Earth" was glad the day � ' � he died. ; With apologise to the Southern Al- FRED GOWS Store as quick as you can and pick out SU-I-T-ING For an Overcoat or Suit at SLICED-IN-TWO PRICES. I have, to ofter for sale, a fine line of Suitings and Flannels, purchased from W. Bill, Woollen Warehouse, London, England. They are being sacrificed as the prices will tell. SRLE NOW ON 209 yards assorted patterns 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, suitable for golf coats, net 1.66, sale price 83c. a yard. i ;