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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta PROMISE VOU INCREASE ON THE FOLLOWINC5 PROPERTY WITHIN SIXTY DAYS 15 acres, one and a half miles from business centre, $225 per acre. 40 acres, one and a half miles from business centre, $250 per acre. 5 acres in L, $6000, half cash, balance in 6 and 12 mos. 8 per cent Corner acre in J, $1200, terms 2 inside acres in J, $2500, terms. Corner acre in K, $1200, terms. Corner acre in K, $1500, terms. Corner acre in V, $1050, terms. Corner acre in V, $1000, terms. Corner acre in L, $1000, terms. 2 acres in U, $1675, terms .2 �2 5 ^ u . O. McKay, Mrs. J. W. Martin, Mre. Wilson, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Dbol cy, Mrs. Haaulak, E. J. Hill A Co., i^?'ttm. xottefg P. Burns, hantr Lsth-: bridge Co-operative Association, $3 ugai|, U. Beutley 'Co., three lbs. butter, thrca lbs: coffee; Picho * Miron, !: kam: i Froaer and Nolaon, twelve pack ivagee of Jolly powder; Hudson's Bay , Co., tweljVa .pounds butter and . six fi�k^ Jelly powder; North West ;�joU>lag Co.v OM COM lentons. toeiety^witb to thoaktheBhr* ';"|i�r''OrehMtr� (or kind wrvicea ren- POST OFFICE RETURNS. Lethbridge a Strong Third in berta. Al- The statement of the Post Office Department shows that Lethbridge is easily third among the Albertan cities. . A fow figures aru apparent; GROSS POSTAL REVENUE. Calgary ...... Edmonton ...... Lethbridge ...... Medicine Hat ... Wetaskiwin ...... Red Deer ......... Strathcona ...... $53,408.73 25,494.03 9,042.80 ' 7,476.84 6,541.14 5,74,7.68 5.005.70 MONEY ORDERS PAID. Calgary ...v.. , Edmonton ..... Lethbridge .... Medicine Hat 186,871.21 121,609.48 48.593.88 21,472.00 PROFIT IN BKETS. PEACE SOCIETY; FORMED. MONEY ORDERS ISSUED. Calgary ...... Edmont.on ..... Lethbridge .... Medicine Hat 333,505.89 96,461.66 86,026.00 61,418.00 TRAMWAY SUGGESTED, The 'Suggestion has been imado by a prominent business man of the city that instead of building an incline railway, that an oftort sliould be made to secure a tramway across the new C.P.U. bridge. This tramway could be operated by the city, by the C.P.R. or by a company. An engine would be used to haul cars si>ecially built lor the purpose of carrying vehicles with horses at -tached across the river. This of course, would be a much more economical way of building the trans-river traffic. The chief hin -drance would be a possible objection on the part of the Canadian Paciflc Railway Company, unless the tram classed as a railway and thuit it would have running rights over the C.P.R. tracks. The suggestion .Is worth trying to work out. however. (Raymond Chronicle.) The Sugar Co. has submitted its statement of the amount of market able sugar turned out by the factory and, directors: from- the beet crop of 1906 which is ' ~ 4,673,200 pounds and the bonus giv-9n by the Provincial government of 50 cents per 100 lbs. moans the distribution among the beet growers of 23,367.00 in addition to the prio3 pa.d by the Sugar Co. This is essentitilly a beet growing district and as time gods on it will beprovon that bouts are the most profitable crop to grow. E.stimating ten tons to tne acre which should be a conservative one and the average price of beets,at the factory is S5.64 per ton, which dmoiint includes the boniis each acre ivoukl produce 59.40. A liberal estimate of expenses as follows: Piowixig per acre ........... Smooting per acre ......... Planting per acre .........., Thinning per acre ........ Cultivating per acre ....... Topping {lev acre ........... Beet plow ng per acre ..... Hauling per acre ........... The Canadian.Peac'p and Arbitra -tion Sacjety h,((.9:.CQmpIeted~ its "or-ganizatiuu w^tlt,-the following officers , -President-Sir W|n; Mulock.;^ , Secretary-Rev. A. C. Courtice, D. D. . ' - , , . Treasurer-Wm.greenwood Brown. Auditor-.1. W. Bengough. Directors-Sir Wm. Mulock. Rev. A. C. Courtice, D. D., Wm. Gfeeh-:Wood Brown, J. W. Bengough, Prof; J. F. McCurdy, Mrs. A. M; Courtice, Rey. Dr. N. Burwash. 'Albert Horton, Raljbi.S. Jacobsi Dr. 'Margaret Gordon, Andrew Stevenson, Kev. Dr. Gordon, Prof. Adam Scott. Vice-Presidents-.Judge S. A. Ches-ley, Elitts Rogers, Rev, Dr. Herd-man, Rev. S. Jefferson, Rev. W. L. Hall, E. R. Wood, C. C. Van Nor-Is ; man, Mrs. H. M. Edwards. W. Ci i Good, O.C.-Wright, T. O. Rogers, ?3.00 Hon. Benjamin: Russell, Charles Marshall, W. D. LeSueur arid B. Scheuer Rev. Mr. Hall, of the Femie Methodist church, who is one of the vice-presidents, has been one of the active 6.00 supporters and prumot^ra (^f this 1.25 society. . 3.0O � I IN THE 1.00 1.85 4.50 1.00 DISTRICT Mave Exclusive Sal^ of the Choicest Lands I In Township 9, Range 18 ; Townsbip 8, Range 17, and a laigO'election of the beat lands in adjacent district*. y^e contemplate opening several local branch offices in Southern Alberta early the coming season, bat�fcp0Ment-all oar business will be cpndacted from onr Oeneral Offices at Dnluth, Minn. The RU8H THIB SPRING will be ilm greatest known in the history of Canada X and we advise intending purtthasers to Deducting the from the ten ton product leaves a per acre profit of 34.80. fV man family furnishes the help of course has what is paid out for help in addition to the net profit of S34.80. REV. F. LANG FORD DEAD. Rov. Frod Langfjrd, "B. D., for some ye.irs pastor of Central Methodist Cliurch, Calgary, but later and more extensively knovn os license inspector for the ;-,-Golgary fdistrict died quite suddenly at his home in Calgary. The decensad was .renowned for the and firmness with which he enforced the license act. For some time, owing to ill health, ho was unable to carry on his duties as, inspector. As pastor and official he was very popular. Over"flve hundred children in the McKay St.,, School, Edmonton, got out of the. building in 43 seconds in o fire drill the other day. NOTICE. ji MiC ttNOWLES, General Agent i Duluth, Minnesota. _ ^^^^^^^^^^^_____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^___^  For Catarrh, let bm send you free Just to prove merit, a trial siie box o( Dr. Shoup'a Catarrh Remedy. It is a enow white, creamy, healing antiseptic tmtm tnat- gives Instant ro-Hef to Catarrh of the nose and throat.. Make the free test and see. Addrese Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large Jan SO cents. Sold by J. D. Higlabotham.* Co.. �  . UeVt Whiteman of Cardston, im-prMMjil: on; thc'Maclood Presbytery last week that a more aonciliatory attitude toward the Mormon people would be nM>re consistent in - the Presbyterian Church in Alberta. Ho. 'i'^rhs fiMI�r�y B�n or lIMIciM Hst d^^ in Jlhe press a'Mttbaadelreulat*'and on tbs platform which only de-IvelopscI as aatsgonlttic spirit. HUNTSVILLE. Miss Florence Brady was the hostess of a number of young folk^ of Huiitsville Saturday evening, upon tho celclitation of her birthday. The evening was spent in dancing and social games, when a sumptuous repast was spread, of which all present didfrecly partake. RANGE XX. NOT INCLUDED. Tn last week's issue it was .stated that homostoaders in Range "XXI. were relieved from homestead duties unt I May 1. Tho order, however, states that "East oif Range XX.," which would appear not to include Range XX. The Herald hastcne to make the correction. In the matter of the estate of. Ellis Farrar, late of thoCity of Loth -bridge, in the Province of Alberta, Rancher, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the order o.f the Honorable Chief Justice Sifton of tho Supreme Court of tlie North West Territories, dated at the City of lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, the 8tb day of March, 1907, all creditors and jothur persons having claims against j tlic estate of the above named Ellis Farrar, deceased, are on or before the iuth day of April, 1907, re-cjuircd t.o send in their, names and addresses with particulars of their claims, together with a statement of tlje securities (if any) held by them, verifying the same by Statutory Declaration, to tho undersigned advocate for the Administrator. And take notice that, after the said l.'Sth of April, 1907, the Administrator will bo ot liberty to udminis; tcr tho (issets of the said deceased or any part thereof among tho parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tho claims of which he shall then have notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 8th day of March, 1907. WILLIAM C. SIMMONS, Lethbridge. Alta. �OAOAf).o.o:o:o:o:o'o:o:o:oinrriTvo Iron Ijjm Co.. Iron Castii^ aiid Machine Work ^ru^ral Columns^ Sashweigfats iilLL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Pip* f Bar IroA Babbit Metal Miacri' Tools lUER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMBETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED A aEXEROUS. GIFT. The Lethbridge -Brass Band tho good fortune to be in the good graces of Y: S.vshepard, the: real estate roan. 'Seeing the neeesslty'of new uniforms; for'the -bawd,, Ur has been improving greatly and is worthy of tho liberal support that has Shepard is giving it. UNIVERSITY IN STRATHCONA.- Father Lncombe stated in Montreal that the Allicrta Univeraity: woutd'. be established at' Strathtfona. Aa' CEMENT PLANT IN FRANK. Messrs. Alexander and Budd of yet, however, nothing official Calgary have organized the Rocky been given out. It is expected, how-Shepard generously donated twocity Mountain Cement Co., capitallaod at over, that when Premier Rutherford^^; lots in Lethbridge ami two In CaV, 1600,000 to put in a cement plant who Is also minister of eduoatioiiK\|[^ gary; Which the band may dlepose! at Prank. Tho plant will have an makes the announcement thilt' of In an)'-way'tlMy>M0'1lt. to-Meui� )^ a^Edmonton will .likely, b* . Advocate for Adm��Ktrator'money for their uniformif TWImmh*'day, and will emp^^^ place chOieft. ;