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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 5^^ -J � - /-f-J-  - 1 ,1-1 iiiftif'ah-fi'Tiril-N MONEY MAKING DIRT FOR SALE BY W. R. DOBBIN u WILL BE ON IN A FEW DAYS You had better get ready for it. Here are somegood buiys 4 lots on Round St., 2 1-2 blocks from the Union Bank, for $650 each. 4 choice lots in River View for $300 each. 2 lots on Grlyn st. for $1100. 3 " " 1,900, easy terms. 4 lots in River View for $300 each. $75 will handle this. I have a number of good houses for sale, reasonable prices FKRM LANDS 160 acres north of town for $16 per acre. This is a beautiful piece of land and is improved. 160 acres north of town, unimproved, for $11 per acre. 640 acres on the I/ittle Bow of A 1 land for $11 per acre. 586 acres of fine land, 10 miles from station, only $8 acre. ^320 acres of fine wheat land, 1 mile from Stirling (part in crop) for $15 per acre. -��I Deal er in Alberta Lands and Lethbtidge Properties. Room ], Southard Block. Phone 122. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. A- Southard will not receive on Fr;ian of Coleman, foniierly  of the local Hud.son'.s May stoll  ia .spending a few days .in the city. 1.0. N. Darker, passed through the city on his way back from Vancouver B.Vj., whero he was judge at a dpg sliow. , Win. Merrick of St. Paul, one -of the leading odiciuLs of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. was in the city on Wednesday. C. V. Bennett left on Sunda.y night . fiir Xumaden, Sosk., to attend the funeral of Mrs. lUirnctt's mother Mrs Church, who died on Soturday. Twenty-nine nwlos from Ijcthbridge nnd farther from anywhere else with n '-m*r-.. Inspector Vulchcr ordered the i hIof~'witness to stand $C0O bal^,^ to appear at the court. 'The, whpie cityv was moved" will to Rev, Win. Reiil'8 subject next eyonlng lu the Uaptist TaH-ho Salt o' the Earth,  wiUvbo.hiainorning subject. Alt fttrangerH heartily mvitcd to those C. .1. Eckstorni received the other day an excellent picture of A. 10. Humphries with twelve of the I>>th-' bridge ball team. Iluinphs looks ctuite pleased with the bunch. On Sunday a daughter was born to aAIr. and Mrs. W. T. Morrison. The infant iii�l the next day and was buried on Thursday. Rev. Wm. Raid was the ofllciating clergyman. (5. K. Hermann was taken very ill on Saturday on his way to New, Mexico. lie is a Swede, his father Ix'ing a professor in the college in Holyoke, JIass. Pneumonia is the trouble. Pr. P. W. Tullor has removed to t)rabb Street, to the residence formerly occuiiieil by \\. Whitney. Owing to the telephone shortage there r.will \ya nq, telephone at the' new residence for a few days. > ' .T. Green the travelling jigcnt of the Ra.vinomI Milling ana Elevator Co. returned to Lcthbridge on Tuesday after a trip through Rritish Columbia. Ho ivports that Alberta ... � .- I LETHBIUOOG CUB CITY games.. Matkicn ab., Mackin m'.s., Bit's ab., Bahl l.f.. Poster r.^., J^ind-) toy p., and I. Fogarty p., are ..fixtures in .all probability. ..Winniiieg .tried to . get Rogers^aigajn.but he came to our team because Morrison : was manager. C�rditoB Dftily Trfia. flour sells readily. Considerable excitement was caused on Round Street Wednesday morning hy tt bunch of Clydes that got the better of the riders and had a ploy- ful rfin around sn.'veral streets. They | The Allierta Railway and Irrigat-wei'c nnally corralled. I ion Co. will put on a daily., ^raiif Knox Church Choir is nrifinging to between liCthbridgc and Canlston; have a Scotch Concert on May 16th. ,c9��'-��nthbrMgc at considerobly augmente*! by the pro - 8.a0 n.mi. and returning at S.S.'i p.m. coeds. I This aervice hOB been long wished The inc-oase of business in the C. *�>e south towns and it niU P. R. offices has made it necessary convenience to theseto*ns lo have a e^tcnographer, Miss Ruby ,�� to LetMir,ldg� business Walton of ItelleviUe occupies the .nwn to have a dally train. |||^l--V;.;"i-o Rev, w Wlff'f* � htl S^rtnday - ever '*.A I ' - will ho his |^;ii-7^ 'Steve\;�Vill,i�ni accused of stealing if 'ft'""* oiiice at '^."wat'Ch/from Wpng Toy, of the Win- A. 10. Humphil position. An additional clerk is lie  Ing added to the staff. Liindbrcck'Football Club has registered its players and paid its fee to join the Alberta nnd Crow's Nest Pass -League. J^undbrock has.a fast team and will jiMke the series ut the west end very interesting. Messrs. Oari-ott and: Peterson .who have been conducting n real estate business here for some months have dissolved partnership. Mr. INjterson has had considerable trouble with his eyes and has gone to Vancouver to have them treated. Sir. Garrett has entered the employ of Hatch and Coons. 'V\m \>t>�\t\on or ^Dominion lands agent at lOchnonton is vacant. The liklmonton Saturday News thinks'*.!. Norquay,' now on tiie stall of the office, .should lie proniolod to the position. Mr. Norquay, who is n son of\ a late premier of Manitoba; uwd to Ije a : meiKbcr (vf . 1 fie stnit of the lands oilke ut Lothbridge. ^ . us in a letter to a local (an says that ^tr^ Eniott:, Pres. of the JjaCrosse Club .sayij that Loth- ] It is the intention of the^ .J-im -pany to run the daily duriiig the summer months, but tlwre^is little doubt that the increase of biisiness will warrant their making the daily service a pennanont feature. II��H�r 0. p. R. agent iQralinm gives-out the infonnation ibai tiw. freight tnif^ flc (or April was much :groiirtor: than (or March, which beat' atl. previous records. For the flnt.���kr. of. Wky the 'incrMiBe>.is i*till 'gwnierfTbe ifas- / scnger trafllc was vgrovtly ini-.j. of .\prll o( lost year. Freight iraittcou the A. R. imi I. OwinfT to the scarcity and jns'.stiliid condition of labor it iff impos.s just soventyHhree years ago. and , ., ,, ...  , . ' . ... ... ,Lo.cpJii��d^ The Calgary Fair offers �4,700 for horse race purposes this -j-ear. Teams Wanted. About ten teams are wanted at once tohaul grain from the i Silver Farm , to the CcriumWa j Elevator, I.f- ui�ayr May 18th. 1907 for S^^^ Morgan wa?.one o(tholead.rtgWc4,j^^^ under DH>tor� at ern Methodists, being ut the tiinofr -^v^^^.^ j^-^^.,.^ ^^^^^ .his deiith. President o(.the>Manitob� p,i,,,,^U�, to Stand l?l|.i�. 'Conference, ami poator of^the Fort,:, � . ^...iL^^-^ - Rouge Chur(:h, Winnipeg. ''Always in Good Form" Five-fifty in reul money equals $5.50 in ftenniue BARBY shoe strength, wear and comfdrt-NOT ONCE BUT ALWAYS. Th� leather, construction, and finish in every pair of BARBY'S equals 15.50 in uioney-NOT ONCE BUT ALWAYS. Every dollar coined hnii a real A'alne. Every pair of BABRY shoes uiad� is the greatest possible value for five-dollart-and-a> half. , BABRYS or dollars, their value is fixed. BARRY quality never fulls below its fixed value. Every pair equals the full price asked-that means absolute ceriainfy of service in return.- The Barry Shoe $5.50 is a shoe for every dav-everywhere. It is good folook at hut better still to use. Well in fashion, but not extreme-its value is put where it does the most good. Geta BARRY-you can't do belter at the price. Wide range in styles^-botb high and low-in every popular and seasonable leather. FRED GDW & CO. pump from "son und.'inspdiitor llolchcr on Tues - prnninioh '|.4iiid'.Agent fttailonl: has recoivwl a telegramslrom (HonvFrank bridge cniv easily boat Winnipeg and |Oliver-stating that iiwtime for the that with O'Oea and Schurch would protection of.honwStwulB has teen dx-huve beaten them in one or two temled to Junelst. Oiapiil it SaMOl. S l'tans|^and;s|ieci' about;: half what i( RhouH itiM-ethbridge, Alta*, ARNOLD. City Engineer, iiiiy 8th, 1007. We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display bring it to your notice. Siaoe ir, last spoke to yon on this subject we have added to our ibowiog somalleliirhifnilv attractive Koods, and we are anxtons to have you aee tbem^^ft IB impossible to describe their beauty-for mere words can'ffivi you no Hidicntion of the scintillating Ibvelineaa of this "wli� And vfe can iionestly s�iy that pui- today's Gi�t Glass disS^ larger and more attractive than :ever'bifo^e.J^^^^^'^^^^^^^^ R. A. WRIGHt, thtjew^ler The Cardstoii merchants have" ' a-grcedto: introduce the cash system in their stores. T.'S. I>>fllngwellUi( Warner made a*� ' business trip to, the- city, on Wediic:^^* .'day. ' ;