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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta PROPERTY WITHIN SIXTY DAYS 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 Acre in T, $700, terms. Lot 8 in E, $2100, easy terms. MISCELLANEOUS o u I o. i I CO o 3 trackage lots, $2500. 12 lots Rachel st., $125 each. 14 lots Wallwork st., $100 each. 3 lots corner Redpath and Peplon, $1100, terms. 7 lots on Redpath st., $300 each. 2 lots on Louise st., $250 each. 12 lots on William st., $325 each. 11 lots Ford st., close to Raymond mill site, $4000, terms. 2 lots Ernest st., $700, terms. 2 lots Ernest st,, $550, terms. 3 lots corner Dufferin and Ernest sts., $375' each. 3 lots corner Dufferin and William sts., $375 each. 7 lots Willian St., $250 each 5 lots Westminster Road, $500 each 3 lots in blockJ>6 terms. $1400 0) X SO i i c CO o u 6 double lots in Turner Addition $180 each. 5 lots Westminster Road, $400 each. 3 lots on Westminster, $300 each. 6 lots Courtland st. RIVERVIEW 50 lots in Riverview from $200 up, Call and look over our list, as we have hundreds of other propositions similar to these PHONE 2B. Lethbridge, Alberta. J �WWWH�W����^W?^�?�erta. Ai- FROFiT IN BUETS. (Raymond Chronicle.) PEACE SOCIETY FORMED. i The Sugur Co. has submitted Us stiitemont of the amount of market �bl�. sugar turned out hy the factory from the beet crop of 1�0\eminent of 50 cents per 100 lbs. means the distribution imiuiig the beet gruwurs of �2a.:iti7.iJ0 in uddiLlon to the pric? I'M by the Sugar Co. This is essentially n beet growing district and us time goes on it will beprov.., lhat heets are the most profitable crop to grow. KMimating ten tons to tne acre which should be a conservative one nnd the average price of beets at the factory is $fl.fl4 per ton, which amount includes the bonus each acre would produce �5!M0. A lil era 1 estimate of expenses Is ns follows: Plowing por acro ............... $3,00 SmnnTing per acre ............ j 00 Planting per acro ............ j80 Thinning per acre .............. 4 5q Cultivntiiig per ncre ............ j,00 Toppinj; far ncre............... A.00 JJfet plow ng [>er ncro ......... jo.-j Hauiiug per acre ............... 3,00 The statement of the Post Office Department shows thnt Lethbridge is easily third among the Albertnn cities. A few figures are uppurent; GROSS POSTAL REVENUE. 38.25 Net revenue 318.75 CASH DONATED. Donors of (10. Mrs. Shorlock.Mrs. George Rogers, Mrs. Blew burn, Mrs. Nnism;th. Donors of (5. Mrs. Gnlhrnith, Mrs C. 11. Uowinan, Mrs. J. V. Iliginhot-hatn, Mrs. Doolcy, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. L. M. Johnston, E. A. Cunningham M. Macdotiaid, A friend. C. P. Eck-�torm. Donors of 33.-Mrs. Vrooman, R. Sage. Donors of $2.-Mrs. W. Hamilton, Mrs. Kenny, Mrs. A. II. Station!, J. B. Walker, Mrs. Fleetwood, Freeman, Mrs. M. Bar ford, Lghurn, Mrs. C olpman, Mrs. nurd, Mrs. .1. E. Lethbridge, ,'w. McXichol, Mrs. H. Mac-Goo. Ilouk, C.W. Gray, Hick ft Wakoley, The Two Macs, Mrs. outhurd. Donors of $1.50-Mrs. Simmons. Donors of $1.-Mrs. W. Oliver, Mrs. R. Ripley, Mrs. J. Drodie, Mrs. Do-Viue, Mrs. G. Cragg, Mrs. Fairfield, Mrs. J. II. Wallace, Mrs. Scott A. J. McLean. Donors of 75 cents-Miss iMaud Mc- Leay, A friend 8.75. Contributors to supper-Miss Burnett, Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. P. Ashcroft Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Rylands, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. G. B. McKay, Mrs. Mc-Adoo, Mrs. W. C. Ives, Mrs. Tuller, Urs. Young, Mrs. Miobach, Mrs. N. T. Macleod, Mrs. B. C. Moore, Mrs. 11. G. McKay, Mrs. J. W. Martin, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Dool ey, Mrs. Hasulak, E. J. Hill & Co., 4 RM. coffett P. Burns, ham; Lath-bridgo Co-operative Association, $3 sugaif, II. Bentley Co., three lbs. butter, three lbs. coffee; Picho & Miron, ham; Froaer and Nelson, twelve pack ages of Jolly powder; Hudson's Buy Co., twelve pounds butter and six packages Jolly powder; North West Jobbing Co., one case lemons. ffhQ �ocioty wleh to thank the Har* per Orchestra tor kind services rendered. Calgary Edmonton Lethbridge Medicine Hat Wetaskiwin .. Red Deer .... Strnthionu h mm m * m * t a a  fiaia - a* a a , t , *  *  + # * a a * � 4 a � 4 � a a 25,-19-1.oh 0.042.80 7,170.8*1 0,5*11.14 5.747.08 5.005.70 MONEY ORDERS PAID.  4 a Calgary Edmonton L?thbrtdge ... Medicino Hut # 4 a *+ + iMttl * m m � a a a a 180.871.21 121,009.48 48.593.88 21.472.0U MONEY ORDERS ISSUED. Calgary Edmonton !>>Lh bridge Medicine Hat  4 a a a * a *i* a * t a a a l*i* MMM 4 a a a a  * a � a a � 4 � a a 233,505. 90,401.00 80,020.00 01.118.00 TRAMWAY SUGGESTED. The suggestion has boon imndo by a prominent business man of tho cliy that insLcad of building tin incline railway, thut an effort should ho made to secure a tramway across tho new C.P.R. bridge. This tramway could bo operatud by the city, by tho C.P.R. or by a company. An engino would bo used to haul cars specially built for tho purpose of carrying vehicles with horses at -tached across tho river. This of course, would bo a much more economical way of building the trans-river traffic. Tho chief hin -drance would be a possible objection on tho part of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, unless tho tram might bo classed as a railway and thus it would havo running rights over the C.P.R. tracks. The suggestion is worth trying to work out, however. For Catarrh, let me send you free just to prove morit, a trial siae box of Dr. Snoop's Catarrh Remedy. It is a snow whito, creamy, hoaling antiseptic balm tnat gives instant relief to Catarrh of tho nose and throat. Make the free tent and see. Address Dr. Snoop, Racino, Wis. Large Jars 50 cents. Sold by J. D. liiginbotham & Co. ^he |^ilw�y men of Medicine Hat I*vl orginiied a club and clrculat- Rev, Whitoman of Cardston, im - pressed on tho Macleod Presbytery lust week that a more conciliatory attitude toward tho Mormon people would be more consistent in the Presbyterian Church in Alberta. Ho deprecated statements in jthe press and on the platform which only Uo-Jveloped an antagonistic spirit. The Canadian. Peace and Arbitra -tion Suirivty hoe completed its organization w*Uv the following officers and directors: President-Sir Wm. Mulock. Senrotary-Rev. A. C. Courtlce, D. D. Tren mirvr-Wm. ^ recnwood Brown. Auditor-.1. W. Bengough. Directors-Sir Wm. Mulock. Rev. A. (\ Courlice, D. D., Wm. Greenwood Rnnui. J. W, Bengough, Prof. .J. F. McCurdy, Mrs. A. M. Cour-tice. Rev. Pr. N. Burwash. Albert Ilortim, Rabbi S. Jacobs, Dr. Mar-guret Gonlon, Andrew Stevenson, Rev. Dr. Gordon, Prof. Adam Scott. Vice-Presidents-Judge S. A. Ches-ley, Klius Rogers, Rev. Dr. Herd-man, Rev. S. Jefferson, Rev. W. L. I lull, K. R. Wood, C. C. Van Norman. Mrs. II. M. Edwards, W. C. Good. O. C. Wright, T. G, Rogers, Hon. Benjamin Russell, Charles Marshall, W. D. LoSuour and B. Scheucr Rev. Mr. Hall, of tho Fernio Methodist church, who is one of tho vice-presidents, has been onb of tho active supporters and promoters of this society. CH ICE SELECTED LANDS i IN THE DISTRICT We Have Exclusive Sale of the Choicest Lands In Township 9, Range 18 ; Township 8, Kange 17, and a large selection of the best lands in odiacent districts. We contemplate opening several local branch offices in Southern Alberta early the coming season, but atpoesent all our business will be conducted from our General Offices at Dulutb Minn. The RUSH THIS SPRING will be tU greatest known in the history of Canada West, and we advise intending purchasers to COME NOW and make your selections | Deducting tho expense from the ten tou product UuiM'fi u l�er acre profit of $ A man whose family furnishes the helji at courso has what iH paid | out Tor hidp in addition to tho net 'profit of $31.80. Over flvo hundred children In the McKuy St. School. ISdnionton, got out of the building in 48 seconds in a firc drill tho othor day. BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOUR. OPPORTUNITY X JLm HNOWLES NOTICE. General Agent Duluth, Minnesota HEY. V LANGFOHU DEAD. Hov. F,vd u,fcf.irc|( u p fof Bnn"' >'c-�r* Pastor of Ponirul Meth-odist VlnucU, Calvary, but intor and nioro tixtcnNivoIy knovn as Iiccmikm itiKpecti.r for the Calgary fdistrict d �>d quius tmthk'Uly �t hi� hmw In Col^ory. Tho dwousjij w�h rcnown-od for tho bti'lctnasH and nrninc*K� with u-hich ho enforced tho licenso act. Fur Homo time, owing to ill (health, ho was urmhjo to carry on his dution us inspector. As pastor and ofllclal ho was very popular. In tho matter of tho estate of Ellis l'*arriir, lato of theCity of L4- - �� ���� � ., . f ;