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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta YOU "WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS WE SELL." The only exclusive Hardware store in Lethbridge. carry the largest stock stoves and gcanitoware In Lethbridge It In a plensuro to show you goods oven if you do not buy. We will gladly refund your monoy (or all .goods proving unsatisfactory. Our profits art positively tho small est of any plact In town. 1. Wo curry n stock of repairs. 2. Wo hnvo.an export to repair all machines \vc sell. 3. You get your car much quicker from Winnipeg than from tho States. 4. Our export will repair the cars we sell-no others. 5. The 'lien" has made more records than any other car built. ti. There Is only one "lust as Good" as the "Roo" made-Tho Oldsmobile.. why you should buy a i REO* AUTOMOBILE from Vie positively guarantee to save When you buy an automobile from us, you trill havc a practical auto* mobile man to look after them. Automobiles are our lino we didn't go out of our regular line of business to sell them. Tho man that sells you a machlncshould know something abqut it. Wo do. We can sell you un automobile, but not suit of clothes. All defective parts in tho "Reo1 will be replaced free of chariro. have nothing you $5 on every of $50 expert enccd clerks to wait on you. Hardware is our business, we in for that and that only. We are carrying mjar larger; stock this year than ever before. > Churns. Zanolite No. O, 96.60. Dash churns, all prices. Our two holed, Prairie Prince stove at 111.50, is � bargain you cannot afford to miss. Seed Grain Fair Prize List SMITING Southern Alberta Wins Majority the Prizes. of Prank Go ten. tho clever American wrest lor. and Ilockenschmldt. the range a Cards ton mat artist. The awards of the Judges at the Provincial Seed Grain Fair held at Edmonton last week are given below It will he noticed that the Card*ton and Medicine Hat district* did markably well: rilling the which today are outstretched in glee snatching at tho (sunbeams, over lay f hands upon that to which he has no __________ ________ 1,10 Ml,l'le Lonf Football Team of legal or* moral claim? This grue - Russian champion, have been match-)"10 rUy I)lu>* Uie n**st K*�w of the \mmw picture is not lar-fetched. Tho soason in Maclcod on March 29th. ed for a 910, City. ITIII purse at Kansas CLASS 1. ALBERTA RED. Wm. Leavitt, Leavitt; Thomas Lea* vltt; Wm. A. Wool ford, Cards ton: ps. Wooltord, Cardston; Frank |^tn�rw8� Crewman, Cardston. A If. D. Fidlcr of Calgary in a letter to his dear friend "Snapper" re-1 or Edmonton, makes his guess on the finish of the league soason as fol lows: Played. Calgary............. 93 Medicine Hat ...... 03 03 Edmonton ......... 03 nd Tuber hua law* of heredity are inexorable* from , most reliable authority wo organized ft football hearn that "the cigarette fiend will' team and purposes entering the loo- lic and stoal just tho sumo as will gue" Uho o�ium fiend." Over thnt young mother's head today lowers a dark, ATHLETIC GAMES CONDEMNED. ominous cloud. Our hearts, cannot Won. 08 59 54 33 Lost 25 39 00 CLASS II. WINTER SOFT. Lethbridge is not doing any guessing but is confident that when J.IV. presented to the board of overseers j gui|lK 887 Wm. Frank, Didsbury; F. W, Klen-ban, Olds; S. D. Boyd, Rowden. CLASS III. RED FIFE. Harvey Woolley, Medicine Hat; Ivan R. Lindsay, Clover Bar; Wm. i Kicth, Clover Bait Adolph Johnson, lacrosae player, there are intends Clovor Bar; C. S. Crest. Lethbridge. ""klnK hlfl hon* in ^"idgo Morrisou brings his club to the end "President Elliott declares thnt foot-of the season, tho above guess will lball I" properly described by tho ud-be somewhat in error. IJoctive 'fierce" und that no game in j which there is recklessness, causing | or receiving bodily injury, is fit for rocks of Montreal, ono of tho best tcollogu use. Baskot ball and hockey are placed In the same class with Eddie Humphries, of the Sham the near future. CLASS IV, SPRING WHEAT, OTHER THAN RED FIFE "Budd" McCourt, tho hockey player, who was kilted on the ice by an Ottawa player tho T. Cord, Cardston; Ooo. White, Rod jother d(iy# ww m personal friend Alex. Woolley, Medicine Hat; Jos. Deer; Wm. Nolan, Knoe Hill Valley; |0j Frcd 0dw, Thus. Leavitt, Leavltt. CLASS V. OATS BANNER. From the Hat comas word that already games have bean booked with 8. C. Ilagon, Winterbum;P. Occko | Rloomlngton. Elgin, Strontor, Quinc and Springfield in Illinois; Keokuk, Itzer. Edmonton; A. J. [ottumwa, Duluth and Clinton in Boston. Miss.. March A.-Presldent !hclp but odw at th� thou*ht of tho C. W. Elliott, of Harvard university ! ^*mill� mHQr> in stor* for her. But In his annual report which will bcWb,t of Are wo entiroly i tr..im..u*a _\re we not, ny our in- thls week, maintains that foothaU |Ui(Tcrcnco umi our ��encc, helping to despite now rules, remains an undo - 8woU this 'apidly-growlng tldo of sirable game for gentlemen to play, jev*l? or multitudes of people to witness. , THE WORLD'S GOOD WOMEN. Good womon are God's sontinols, In the darkest of earth's night They hold with stout hearts silently Life's outposts toward tho light. And at God Almighty's "Roll Call" 'Mttng tho hosts that answer 'hero' Tho voices of good* women, sound Strong-and sweet and clear. 4 Don't talk of women's weakness, 1 tell you that this hour The might of this world's future Depends upon their power. And down the track of ages As time's flood tidos are told; Tho level of their height is marked By the place that Women hold. 11, McAllister. Strath Clover Bar; coua; W. 8 Stannard, Strathcona; Adolph Johnson. Clover Bar. CLASS VI. OATS, ANY OTHER LONG OR MILUNO VARIETY H. J. Bowdon, Cardston; John Mil* ligan, New Lunnon; S. C, Hagen. Wlnterburn; Lars Jensen, Old* E. Alpaugh, Conjuring Croelt Magnus �a�e tho Pittsburg hockey team Pearson, Calrnar; Wm. Kleth, Clover Iwins tno championship of tho Inter- nationoi hockey league it is tho in- fontbalt, and President 'Elliott advices that intercolleginto contests In any ono sport bo limited to two Cornwall legumes, all other games to bo bo- twoen teams mado up at Harvard. Wo also decries tho excesses of cheer \u$ "which characterize present In-torcotl?