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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta All Winter Goods Must be Cleared out THIS 7VIONTH and prices are reduced accordingly. A few pairs of NEW FELT BOOTS arrived late, and will be sold cheap to clear. IN THE Grocery Department we have fifty barrels and sixty boxes of Winter Apples to clear $1.75 for boxes and $4.25 for barrels. Send in your orders for delivery when the the weather is milder. Agents in Lethbridge for s Patterns. 10c and I5c. each. Phone 31, W. R. DOBBIN'S SNAPS Choice i Improved and  vacant City  property for : sale. I always  have some-: thing good.  50,000 acres g  of farming land  to select  from if you buy I of me. W.R DEALER IN Alberts Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Boom 1, Southard Clock Phone 122. LfmiBRlDQE, ALTA. FIRST DRAUGHT WESTERN LEAGUE BASEBALL SCHEDULE. EDMONTON AT C.VLOAHY AT MEDICINE IIAT AT LETIU1RIDQE AT EDMONTON. CALGARY. MEDICINE HAT I L1CTHI1RIDUK. The Lethbridge June fl 7 8 2; 28 W July 11 Hi 13.............. Aug. 1 2 3 'Jli li:i Ul May 23 24 2.'. ............ Juno 13 11 1.1 ............ July IS 10 20 ............ Aug. 5 0 7 29 30 Se|it. 2 ........................ May 20 21 22 ............... June 10 11 12 ............... July 15 10 17 ............... Aug. 8 0 lO 20 27 28 Juno � 4 ft 21 25 21 July 8 0 10 20 30 31 Aug. 19 20 21 ............... Herald has all the May 20 21 22 ................ Jun.� 10 11 12 ............... July 1.1 1($ 17 ............... Aug. 8 9 10 20 87 28 May 30 81 ............ June 1 20 21 22 July 4 0 8 25 Aug. 12 13 14 ...... Irt 27 May 27 28 29 ........... June 17 18 19 ........... July 1 3 3 22 23 Aug. IS 10 17 ........... May 27 28 29 .............. Juno 17 18 19.............. July 1 2 3 22 23 21 Aug. 1.1 10 17 ...... ....... Mny 30 31 .................... Juno 1 20 21 22 ......... July 15 0 2.1 20 27 Latest and Reliable May 23 24 25 June 13 11 15 ..... ..... ... July 18 19 20 Aug. 5 0 7 20 80 31 Sept. 2 .......... June 0 7 8 21 25 20 July 8 0 10 Aug. 12 3 10 20 21 Juno 8 4 5 27 28 29 July 11 12 13 29 30 31 Aug. 22 23 24 ............... Sporting News. A LOCAL BUDGET. ' Ifr. Begin has five carpenters at �S'vww* repairing his block which was ;jfaumStd hy fire a short time ago. *f Jo expects 'to have Mr. llawlford's %�J)otograj>h gallery, * which 1h to> b� greatly Unproved and fixed up in Jflrft claw style, ready in a lew Tho Old Timers ball last voek a t l� SUCCcM. Tic young daughter of E. N. Hig-ln'o him in seriously ill. Major Uelchcr purchased three lot* on Ford Str^ot through tho C. U. IJowman agency. John Co'c 'I Acton and J. W. Scott. Claresholm. have joined the In on Dank Staff. Hlptey liros. Bold throe corner lots on Radpath �t. through tho C. H. Bowman Agency. Major Uurnatt received word this week that F. L. Hammond, won very ill at Nc'scn, B.C. Goo. Bruchot. C.1�.R. brakeman, had his foot badly crushed by tho draw l>ar of an ensina at Ta or last night. T. E. l'atteson and Coo. Wholeit. manager u( tho Woollen Mill, are moving their offices to the Oliver block. Ensign A. Rose, Ensljrn Mrs. Rose and Cadet Rose, of Rossltuid. II. C. uro now in charge of tho Salvation army horo. J. W, MeNlehol), purchased two lots on Dompus St. cast of tho Iw-raeks from the C. II. Dow man agVnc>' \Us will erect a residence. C. J. 'Kckstorm and Fritf. Sick (have bought the l'alaco Stable property on Ford Street, from Mrs. Taylor. The price wtts 83,600. Tho property is ut present under lease- Tho funeral of tho Jato Wm. Kerr took place yesterday and was conducted by Rev. A. M. Gordon- Tho pallbearers were tho four sons. Aid Wa'lson,' son-in-law and Wm. Stat  ford. ut Rev. J. R. Coutts js quite ill tho homo of Mrti. Reynolds. Last night ths nuptials of Mis* Jauat IIon>3 Stewart, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs J. F. Stnvart. to Mr. M. lie ril. were (ruletly celebrated a; th3 home of tho brid.;'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. > request of the Methodist Church, although tho olhor churchoH will bo oskod to Jo'n and mako the services union wrvices. Thn Baptist Church has signified its intention to Join in tho work. Mr. Rnnton will be hero three weeks. The Scotchmen's ovoning at tho Young .Moil's t'lub, Wesley Church, will take placu this evening at eight o'clock- Seoul) songs vvi'l bo sung and hpecial solo selections will Ut glwn. Rov. Mr. Rctd. who is fresh fro,m ihj heather, will give an address on Scotch character. Light iviroMunenls will bo served. Every Scotchman ih cxpectisi to bo there, iiiid oi'eiybcKly oli�o will be wo'camo. ltu.-ervcd b uth will )>o provided for ud e-s. No aJmissitn feo will bo charged. Morrison is Manager. lolumio Morrison, tha manager of ihj .-uguc> has signed a contract to maiiitgu ilu Loth'bridgoteam and it is ulivuJy felt this city has the championship of the Western Canada lcaguu in its grasp. Morrison's contract would have been here long ago, had it not been for llw! bluckad..' which has Iwld up mail trains. In Jiis letter Morrison soys aiiuii,'st othur things: "Nov, 1 have a proj>osition to put beforo you which is to make ar -ran^eimnls to have my men ivj)ort m St. I'aiJ. Minn , that is. If wo could maUe suitablo urrangvmonts, and I could arrange for games ar-round Mt. I'aul for ten days or two woeks, and th.�n nrrnnso for gtamos on the wftj out with tha Duluth Fargo, Grund Forks, and suchtoams as would pay to stop over for. Now whuro we would gain by having our team rvpurt at St. I'aul would bo that wo could got a better railroad rate, ami 'the ljost advantage would lo in mo making a choice of my players after 1 had seen thorn work out for a week or so. As I will want to try out fifteen mvn. you can see that wo would aavo �p-ite a little railroad fare. Resides w00 have beeu granted in full. Ho says that his company placed Ivcthbridge anions the safest and most prosperous cities of tho west. Tho indication* are that, a great many residences will Ixi built in the city during the couiing summer. OPERA HOUSE Star Theatre Co. TWO NIGHTS Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 High-Class Vaudeville Aett MOVING PICTURES ILLUSTRATED BONGS The Great ERLAND Swedish Boy Wrestler. Open to meet nil eoineis Ono Dollar n Mi;tt te. TICKETS..........25c find 50c. The business of Sherlock, Freoman &. Co., will le taken over to-morrow ami from that date on the now firm, of -Vis n and I'rasor will ho in ihaiyo. Tlvt..' tvu young mon are hustlers and will succord beyond a doult. ;