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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1. 7-Roomed House and 2 lots on Bart-Ictt St., block E, $2200 2. 2 Cottages and 3 lots on Coutts st., $5000. Third cash; easy terms. 3. House and 2 lots on Crabb st., $l5oo $1000 cash. 4. 8-Roomed house and 3 lots, corner of Round and Courtland st. 94 by 125 ft $2800, terms half cash. 1.' 2 lots on Red path street, .snitable for warehouse, |1,800. Third cash, balance in equal instalments at 3 and 6 months. 2'} 2 Splendid resiclential lots on BompsBs st. at $500 each. 3.' Splendid BnsinesB lot in the centre o�.Bound St., con be secured for : $4000 cash. Balance on very easy terms. 4.^ 2 lots on Ashmead st., $400 each. 5.; 4 lots on Brnnton St., ideal situation for a beautiful home, $250 each. BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL LOTS ...  5. House and lot on Westminster Rd., $600. 6. 7-Roomed house on Burdett st, 1 acre lot $3200 7. House and 2 lots on Bompass St., $4000, $1500 cash. 8. 2 lots, 5-roomed house, cor. Cutbill" and Courtland, $2000 9. Cottage and 2 lots on Argyle Ave, - (i. 1 lot on Courtland st. at $275 7. 9 lots on Westminster Rood, block.^8, $175 e.clj 8. 1 lot on London st., 50 by 125, $050. $350 ca^h �. 4 lots on Smith st.. $8000. Third cash, third 6 mos., third 12 months. 10. 10 lots east of Westminster Boad, $400 cr.c!!. Same terms 11. 0 lots North Ward, $250 each. Same terms, $2000 cash - 10 House and 3 lots in North Ward on Torrance Ave, $8dO cash. 11. 3 one-acre lots on east side of' Westminster Road, one and three-quarter miles from Central School,/ With 5-roomed house stable, ctc;J $1200. Half cash, balance in six J months. 12. 1 acre lot on Bartlett st,, |21(K), |1(X)0 cash., Same tenns 13. 3 lot in block'B,Higinb6tham Addition, $250 each. Same terms . 14. 'i lots in block A', Higinbotham Addition, $150 each. Same terms 15. 2 lots on Smith st., SCOOO, Holf cash, balance in 3 and 6 months - - 16. 5 lots, west side of Smith st, block A, $2C00; $1000 cash, balance in 3 add (') months. 17 Half acre and 4-roomed house on lot 2, block Av Smith street..; $2000' 'J Real Estate and Instiranee. Aient for /Etna lAturmaee iCo., of Hartford Coan. Fire Ins�raAeePoliei�ftiftucd while you wait. Oliver BloGk, Up-stadrs. Office Opea every EvcniAi from 7.30 to 8.30^ Sill xake: your Watch/Clock and Jewetoy Repairing C.Ross Work Promptly Done. Satisfaction Guaranteed. SEED TESTING LAVATOUY FOR THE WEST. o. w. kerr co. Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) LANDS IN BLcCK Retail or Warner Town Property : HATCH & COONS, AGENTS ---And also General Real Estate Dealers------- : LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With as. With our States conneotions we.can probably reach more buyers than any otherdealers. - COME TO US TO BUY. The new seed testing station cs-tabJishetl by the Dominion Department or Agriculture at Cglgary for the convenience of the farmers and seed merchants of Alberta and British Columbia ,8 now fully equipped and ii) operation. Seed H'ill 1x3 tested at this seed laboratory for PURITY and GEU -MINATIOX. The purity test shows the amount of weed seeds or other, impurities contained in a sample, and the names and-quantities of each kind. When a farmer is buying seed or even if using his own, it is important that he ascertain vhether or not it is free from noxious wood seeds,. |... The germination test shows what percentage of the seed will germinate under favorable field conditions. Many conditions affect the vitality of seed such as unfavorable weather, immaturity, freezing before harvbst-ing, lack of proper storage or old age. Appqnrances are deceiving and often very good seed is low in vitality;. A report of the result of each sample �ent in for purity tost will bo forwarded within a couple ofdayg from the date it is received from thb oiBce. The time required for final germination test of wheat, oats, barley and clovers is ton days, timothy, rye grass, etc. fourteen days, vegetables ten to fourteen doys. A preliminary report will, if requested, be forwarded within four to six days from the date of receipt of sample. Samples should be aecursly wrapped in Btrong paper or enclosed) in cotton bag, and should contain not le.sR than one ounra of gra.ss seeds of all kinds or white, or alsike clovers, two ounces red clover, alfalfa or other seeds of like size, and three ounceM or a small handful of wheat, oats and barley ov other large seeds The rate of postaga is one cent per ounce and should he prepaid. All te.sting Is done free of charge. Address: Dominion Department of Agriculture SEED liABOUATOUY, Calgary. herd; winter in a 'Canadian hunting camp;.and then there is a pagu of ' pictures'showing the interesting process of harvesting ^ ice of"the St. Lawretice. A page is givea to the. Davis-Swectcnham incident, the se- . quel to the carthqtiake at Kingston,- I Jamaica, which threatened, to become an international question, and j the wreck of the Berlin' has made terribly timely a vivid picture of the capsizing q/ a life-boat. Wild animals under the auctioneer's . hanwner I will please young as well as old, and even in wanner climates they will be, interesting in a large group of-snowsboers in the picturcsgue' costume. The central feature of tha issue is a double page production ;of-| Munkacsj^'s, famous painting, N^hristJ l.efqre i'ilate,' %vhich is specially ef^' fcctive as Eastertide approaches. A Canadian- artist's painting of the British IVcmier and a C^adiab sculptor's bust of a Canadian novelist "are given. The statcsinan ilgur-inj; in the series of Canadian public men is this month the leader of the Opposition, Mi;. U.'L. Borden, and ill the women's department there is n portrait and sketch of Mrs. Bor- ' deu. 'Canadian girls in athletics,' I 'Models in lingerie,' 'Arts and crafts and the usual patterns are also features of this department.' The news and humorous pages are fully up to the high standard set by the initial number of the 'Canadian Pictorial.' The Pictorial Publishing Company, 1{12 St. Peter street, Montreal. Ton cents a coi>y. coutts items; c'tius. Furrell and son Charles re turned from Spokaiie on Saturday. Mrs. W'. W'. Pari-btt returned iroih GWtat Falls with her two daughters' on Tuesday. . Mr., and Mrs. John Hall have been In town for several days; John Mars returned from XjitM' bridge' on Saturda'yj He. has ; fully recovered from his attack of tonjsil-itis. Mr. and Hfrs. Chas. Perkins of Wenatchec, Wash., arrived on Sat-urdrt.v to pay their many friends hei"e. a visit. Their son and daughter companitid them. Miss Bosa. Wagner who has been yTslting in Washington during the wiiiter returned to her home near West Butte on Sunday. Dick Laswcll is in town. The' masquerade on the 18th proni-ises to i;e a swell afTair^ Don't miss ^ it. FINE SHOWING. I' Sexton creek about eight . miles from' town is almost unfordablc. a very surprising occurrence, considering that' it is completely dry in the summer. Inspector llichards is absent on a trip to Pondu-vReillo. Skating is good on the lake near town. A party of skaters took advantage of the lovely moonlight last night nnd indulged in a very on -joyable skate. K. L. Steers of Great Falls has been in town sovcrul days on business. MUST PROVE UP, Much land that has been h73.18 '45,498.00 78,384.61 0,9.57.89 4,800.25 226,358.01 980.00 3.400.00 200..00 2,774.02 23,311.75 4 78,2.52.61. Total ,....................�1.89}�,311.65 THE EXi'RNDITlTRE. 9. (iivW Government Legislation ......... Administration of .Ju.s- tico...................... Public Worka ............. Education ............... Agriculture and Stat - istics..................... Hospital nnd the Pu))- lic Itealtli ............... Remission under License Ordinance, sec. 11 ........................... Remission chap. 90, License, year 1900 ....... Remission, section 59, chap. 25, 1901 ........ Hail Insurance .......... Grunt for Members' excursion .............. Grant Alpine Club ..... Advance liquidation or trust Funds ......... 121,794.62 28,9.58.52 116,669.89 635,901.18 196,066.9-J 289.322.24 20,975.45 ' 154.76 i 185.00 -� ( .500.00 25,576.88 (S84.00 2.50.00 . 7,000.00 Total Exuendituros fl.893,311.65 Minnrd's Liniment Co., Limited. Gentlemen,-My daughter, 13 years old, was thrown from a sleigh and injured her elbow so badly it re -mained atifl and very painful for thrne years. Four bottles o^ MlN-ARD'S LINIMENT completely cured her and aho haa not been troubled for two yearn. Youra Truly, J. B. LIVE8QUE. St. Joseph, P.o., 1.8th .\ug., 1900, Surplus 412,398.06' ECZEMA, TETTER, SALT RIIEUM ITCH, RINO WORM. HiERI'KS, BARBER'S rrCHJ. All of thaaa diaeoses at:e attended by intense itching, which is almost instantly relieved by epplyinig Cham-, borlain's Salve, and by its cloutinucd use a itcrmancnt cure may be effected It has, in fact, cured many cases that bad resisted other treatniont. Price S5 cents per box. For sale by All Druggists. E. o. Kempt, bookkeeper mt the Lundbreck mine, was found dead in bia bed. and Bonnie Girls I � - Ill-ill  I - ""��T-i^^y; with lots of sound bone I and muscle, full of animal life and pluck, are raised on wholesome, nutritious- Bread. You can Bak* that ' Kind of Braad with ri:ciyii It i.s produced solely from the choicest VVc;jtern� Canada 1 lard Wheat, by ^ tile latest improved methods ill the most modern mills in the world.- Goes farther than any other-rich in nutriment and wholesome.- Sold Svarywhar* ! : ; . Th�Gr�aiOomt�JI*� i FLOUR ;|)iu�WM lIMiTEO .-Wlllaat.,.' ' .Wln'nlsni.'''^' :' :(in�eri�KJBit�':: aniriiioii;:";;?:- S. C. Brown Leghorn $1.0U per setting; ^ Geo. Moottc, Box 272^- '.Lsi........, ''I m ;