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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta phone: tc I i "WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS WE SELL. YOU TO DO 99 WITH US. The only exclusive Hardware store in Lethbridge. | We carry the largest ttoek ot tuves and gcaniteware In liethbridga It in a pleasure to ahow you goods Qveu if you do not buy. We will gladly refund your money for all .goods,proving unsatisfactory. Our .profits arrf positively the small est ot any place in town. REHSONS 1. Wo curry a stock of repairs. 2. Wc have,an expert to repair all macliiues wc sell. 3. Vou get your car much quicker from Wimiipog than froiu the States. 4. Our expert will repair the cars ^ we sell-no othei-s. 5. The "Reo" has made more re-conls thon any other car built. 6. Tiiei-e is only one "Just os Good" as the "Roo" made-The Oldsmobile.. why you should buy a REO" AUTOMOBILE us When you buy an automobile from us, you will have a practical auto-mobile man to look after them. Automobiles are our line we didn't go out of our regular line of busi; acss to sell them. The man that sells you a machineshould know something abqut it. We'do. We can sell you an automobile, but not a suit of clothes. All defective parts in the "Reo" will be replaced free of charge. We positively guarantee to save you $5 on every bill of $50 We have nothing but experi-en^ clerks to wait on you. Hardware is our business, we go in for that and that only. We are carrying a-far, larger, stock this year than ever before. Churns. Zaitolite No. O, |�.'65. Dash chums, all prices. Our two holed. Prairie Prince stove at $11^80, is a bargain you cannot afford to miss. \ THE Seed Grain Fair Prize List Southern Alberta Wins Majority the Prises. of The awards ot the judges at the Provincial Seed Grain Fair held at Edmonton last week are given below It will b� noticed that the Cardston and Ucdicinf Hat districts did remarkably well: CLASS 1, ALBERTA BED. Wm. Leavitt, Leavitt; Thomas Lea-vitt; Wm. A. Woolford',"' Cardston; WooUord, Cardston; Frank Crcssman, Cardston. CLASS n. WINTER SOFT. Wm. Frank, Didsbury; P. W. Kien-ban. Olds; S. D. Boyd, Bowden. CLASS III. RED FIFE. Han'cy Woolley, Medicine Hat; Ivan R. Lindsay, Clover Bar; Wm. 'Kieth, Clover Bait Adolph Johnson, Clover Bar; C. S. Crest, Lethbridge. CLASS IV, SPRING WHEAT. OTHER THAN BED FIFE Alex. Woolley, Medicine Hat; Jos. T. Cord, Cardston; Geo. White. Red Deer; Wm. Nolan. Knee Hill Valley; Thos. Leavitt, Leavitt. CLASS V, OATS BANNEB. 8. C. Hagen, Winterbum; iP. Gecko Clover Bar,; R. UcAllistcr, Strath-cona; W. Smcltzer, Edmonton; ,A. J. >: Stannard, Strathcona; Adolpb Johnson, Clover Bar. CLASS VI. OATS. ANY OTHER I^NU OR MlIiUNO VARIETY H. J. liowden, Cardston; John Mil-.rJigan. "New Lunnon; 8. C. Hagen, Winterbum: Lars Jensen, Oldit E. Alpaugh. Conjuring CreeU Magnus : PMraon. Calmar; Wm. Kieth, Clovec Bar, B. Andrews. Strathcona. CLASS VII. OATS, 8HOBT FEEDING VABIETY. OB BT Flshhr, Sprues Grove; Albert uljougUieed. Bowdea; E, Alphougb, 'sConJuringCrosk; Earnest Jobannsen 'Stratheona. ^(DUABSVin BARLEY. TWO ROW- i �,: ' ED. F. H. Berhert, Strathcona; T. B. %Woplford. Cardston; F. Dorwart, Ed-O. ldie Humphries, of the Sham -rocks of Montreal, one of the best lacrosse players there are. intends making his home in Lethbridge in the near future. "Budd" McCourt, the hockey pluyer, who was killed on the ice by an Ottawa player the other day. was a personal friend of Fred Odw. From the Hat comes word that already games have been booked with Bloomington, Elgin, Stroator, Quinc and Springfield in Illinois; Keokuk, Ottumwa, Duluth and Clinton in Boston, Mass., March 6.-President C. W. Elliott, of Harvard university in his annual report which will be presented to the board of overseers this week, maintains that football despite new rules, remains an unde -sirable game for gentlemen to play, or multitudes of people to witness. iPresidout Elliott declares that football is proixsrly desciibed by the adjective "fierce" and that no game in which there is recklessness, causing or receiving bodily injury, is fit for I college use. Basket ball and hockey are placed in the same class with football, and President 'Elliott advices that intercollegiate contests in any one sport be limited to two Cornwalli^games, all thcr games to be between teams made up at Harvard, Tic also dccrios the excesses of cheer lugr "which characterize present In-tercoi!e9 City. LETHBRIDGE & REALTY CO. Now Open for Business Real Estate Fire Insurance Loans For quick ule, lilt your farm and city property with as. General Asentg for These Companiet not being members ot the combine, Rive rsdnetiens in rates . on all classes of Fire Insnranee. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LATIDS OaU and see qb OiBee in Ott Block. RV. GIBBONS MANAGER !'�___________J ;