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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1. 7-Roomed House and 2 lots on Bart-lett 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 SlOOOcash. 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 Redi>u(h street. Biiitable for warehouse, $1,800. Third ciiah. 1 mlnnee in equal instalments nt 8 and f> months. 2. 2 Splendid residential lots on Bo in puss st, at $500 each. 8; Splendid Business lot in the centre of Bound st., ran be seenrrd for $4000 cash. Balance on very easy terms. 4. 2 lots on Ash mend st., $400 each. 5.; 4 lots on Brunton st., ideal situation for a beautiful home. $250 c�e>h. 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. nt $275 7. 9 lots on Westminster Rond, blocks. $175 �>: ch 8. 1 lot on London St., 50 by 125. $. 4 lots on Smith st.. $8000. Third cash, third (i mos., third 12 months. 10. 10 lots eaBt of Westminster Road. $400 ei.c'i. Same terms 11. i%iiig of a life-tioitt. Wild nnlm-MIKATIOX. The purity teHt shows als under the nuctioneer'h hammer the amount of weed seeds or other ( will please young on well us old, and Impurities contuined in u snmple. oven in wuriner climates they will nnd the unities and quantities of each kind. When a farmer is buying seed or oven it using his own, it is Important that he ascertain vhether or not it In (ret* from noxious weed needs. The germinal ion test shows what percent a Ke of the need will germinate under favorable field conditions. Many conditions nffcct the vitality of seed such as unfavorable weather, immaturity, freezing before harvesting, luck of proper storage or old ago. Ap|H>nrnnreH are deceiving ami often very good seed is low in vitality. A report of the result of each he interesting in a (urge group of snowshoers in the picturesque costume. The central feuture of tho Issue Is a double page production of Muiikucsy's. famous painting. t^hriHt I of ore Pilute,' which is specially effective as Eastertide approaches. A t'anudian artist's painting of the British Premier and tt Ccfniuliao sculptor's bust of a I'nnndinn novelist aro given. The statesman llgur-ing in the series of I'urmdinn public corn's items. tints. Farrell nnd son Charles rv turned from Spokane on Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Parrott returned from (jreat Kails with her two daughters on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hull have boon In town for several days. John Mars returned from i>>th  bridge on SnturdayJ lie has fully recovered from his attack of tonsil-itis. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Perkins of WoiiaUhie, Wash., arrived on Saturday to pay their many friends here a visit. Their son ami daughter uc-compauled them. Miss Uosn Wagner who has oven visiting in Washington during the winter returned to her home near West Untie on Sunday. Pick 1 .aswell is in town The masquerade on the 18th promises to i e a swell affair. Don't miss It. Sexton creek about eight miles men is this month the leader of the 'from town is almost tuifordahle. A Opposition, Mr. It i.. Horden, and in the women's department there Is a portrait nnd sketch of Mrs. Dor-deu. 'Canadian girls in athletics,' very surprlhiug occurrence, consider ing that It is completely dry in thi summer. Ius|h*ctor Richards is absent on a O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge, AlU. (Minneapolis, Minn., Hood Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property HATCH & COONS, AGENTS -----And nlso General Real Estate Dealers------- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With us. With our States connections we can probably roach more buyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO BUY. has busi The News-No Pure Drug Cough I.AWS would bo needed, if all Cough Cures were liko Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure is-and has been for 20 years. COALDALE ITEMS. required for nnn, ger- � STZXZZSZ '2 Z � fet ^ Sl^^T^T ^ minatlon test of wheat, oats, barley llumbor of lho .Canu�llan Pictorial.' ! maid. *U e ' and clovers is ten days timothy. Tl.e VMl,rlal ,,,,,,,,,, CoIll|Jany I k u sl. 11)07.-Tho Premier laid the public accounts on the table today. The figures show that the receipts of the province for the year were as follow* f. RECEIPTS Dominion Subsidies ltall Insurance .......... Provincial Secretary and Registrar Joint Slock Co.'s ................'. Attorney tleiieral'* partment ............. Public Works Dept. . .. Dept. of Agriculture Sule of Duller ........... Education Dept......a Cleik of Assembly ..... Cleik of E.xovulixe Council .............. (iovt Printer ....... Miscellaneous anil Int. IluInner. Dec. III. 11103 jtl ,oiin,aT."�.00 1 ai.� i >:>. ioh no 7h,a8J.Hl O.u.'iT.mi 1.800.-J3 . j'jo.:i.-�s.oi ' nso.oo i a. lou.oo' uoo.oo, J.77 l.o-j j:i.:ui.7.-� 47:i.'J.V2.rtl Total ,....................81.�y�.�U.�r. THE EXPENDITPRE. TUL'ST PROVE PP. Much land that has loon hi 11 by the Doukhobors for the past four yeors, will lively be thrown open for  fcottlotiiont. The Doul.s, hnvo not fulfilled their homestead duties, and Uon. Frank Olivar, mlnittsr of th� Address. ! Dominion Deportment of Agriculturo SEED LABORATORY. Calgary. CANADIAN' PICTORIAL. Dolightful Numlier of tho National Illustrated Monthly. Tiic cover-picttiro of Uio "Cnna -dian Pictorial" for March Is a happy Canudiun girl with her tobog  gnu, n picture that breathes tho crisp air of winter. Tho winter idea Interior, refuses to grant furthor concessions, except that a grant will be given around their villages equal renominates throughout tho nunv , A, ., , Iber. Thoro is winter in England- a the three times tho acreage under , My LonUon streot 6L.ene; winter cultivation. Tho Doukhobors aro in Holland-a bracing skating scono Mltlod on so  of tho choicest land ,n a Dutch canal; winter in Scot in Um wilt. '------- * * "- ' . the shop' Mr ness Tho National law now requires that morning if any poisons enter into a cough ' mixture, it must bo printed on tho label or package. For thin reason mothers, and others, should insist on having Dr. Snoop's Cough Curo. No poison-murks on Dr. Shoop's labels- and nunc in the medicine, else it must by law be ou tho lnbol. And it's not only safe, but it Is said to be by those that know It boat, a truly re. cough remedy. Take no chances, particularly with your chilf dron. Insist on having Dr. Shooji's Cough Cure. Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others nnd see. No poison marks there! You conalways be on tho safe side by do. mandlng Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuss to accept any other, gold by .1. D. Higinbotham * 0u. II A. Suggitt left ou a busi -trip to Denver, Col., Tuesday Mrs. Uco. Hrighes visited in U-tli bridge tho past week. Messrs. Dan McArtliur and Roy Stewart arrived here from liottiiicau NIL. on Monday morning. Tile former hns come to take charge of the llottlnenu Farming Co. Rev. F. Cory visited friends hero Thursday and Friday Mr. 8. lljlumstnd is out home-steading this week. Mr. A. L. Foster is building on his farm south of 'here. Tho gophers are out looking for work? Mr. J. W. llurnsldo vlsltod in 1-cth bridge over Sunday. Civil (Jovernment S Ix'giNlulion ..... . Administration of ,lus lite ................... Public Works ............. Education ................ Agriculture and Stat - 1st lis .................. Hospital and the Public Health ............. Remission under License Ordinance, sec. 11 ........................ ReuiisHiiui chap. 'JO. La-rase, >ear i'.Kio ....... Remission, suction 30. chap. 11*01 ..... lluil Insurance ......... (irunl for Members' excursion ............ (Irani Alpine Club Advance Liquidation of trust Funds ...... 121,70-1.02 I JS.03H.ft-J ; 1 I (I.ooU.HU c, 1 lOtl.tXMi.'JJ 'JSO.It'JV.U-l 'JO, 07 3.13 131.70 , ih3 (III 3oo.o0 *j,-i,570.8s oh-t.uo j.'.0.00 7.000.00 Total Exuenditure* fl.803.311.05 Surplus 112,898.06 1 Moyor Finlay of Cranbrook, has boon appointed superintendent of the Sullivan mine. Altort Ilelmor of Calgary hns been appointed ranch inspector for tho de- ( partment of tho intorior, succeeding tor and sho has not been troubled the late W.W. Stuart, doceusod. Mr. |l"r y applying Chamberlain's Sal\e. and by lis continued use a ltermaneut cum may bo> effected H has, in fact, cured majiy cases that bad resisted other trenimont. Price 20 cents per box. For sale by All Druggists. Sturdy Boys and Bonnie Girls with lots of sound bone and muscle, full of animal life and pluck, are raised on wholesome, nutritious liread. You can BaKe thai Kind of Broad with UMTS* f?i:QUJt It is produced solely from the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat, by the latest improved methods in the most modem mills in the world. Goes farther than any other-rich in nutriment and wholesome. Sold Everywhere In The Great Damtnlen WESTERN CANADA FLOUR KILLS CO.. LIMITED Mills at Winnipeg. Ooderienane; Brandon e. o. Kempt, bookkeeper mt the Lundbreck mine, was found dead in his bed. S. C. Brown Leghorn Egg* $1.00 per setting, Geo. Mcioue, Bos 272, ;