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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY MAKING DIRT FOB SALE BY W. R DOBBIN WILL BE ON IN A FEW DAYS You had better get ready for it. Here are some good buys 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 Glyn 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 FARM 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 acreson the Little Bow of A 1 land for $11 per acre. 586 acres of tine 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: Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. It\vliiml of Seuttlo is visit  liiK her sinter Mm. It. Kiiuiuuiis. Tho IvOthbrlilge Collpricrs Co. Ltd., are milking preparations for to*lint! for coal in their land ni>nr Diamond City. Thv work will proceed at onto. "Caller Ilerrln" is always fresh when given by Minn Strachun in ' N'ewhavcn fishwife costume. Shu sings in Knox Church tbla evening at 8.80 Come. Engineer Peat reports that tho boring for huh is now ddwn about 430 feet, lie haa pnssod through considerable shnlo und in now in n mix-turu of clay and sand. \V. o. Wilson of Hamilton. Out., uncle of Supt. .1. I). Wllxon is in tint city. Mtiny years Hgo hf whh u r.'�*l-dent of Lotbbridgo and Uhuru win'w-inn i�i'i|iiuitittine�'i> of former yenrs. The engineers making th^� ptvliniiu-my test* lor coul for thv A.U. & I. Co. across the river hud to chunj;" their casing aHor getting down 17 icwt, causing home delay in the progress of tho work. Tho Agricultural Society is adver  Using for sealed tenders for yho purchase of the strip of lots on the north side of thoir grounds. Wm. Oliver receives the tenders up to May 2&th. Dave Winkler one of the star lathe Regina and tho | Winnipeg Northern Copper League I (team defeated Calgary baseball team I by !l to 2 ycstertluy. ) Thlx city nnd district is enjoying n most delightful rain to-day. .lust watch tlie crop* nod trees grow. li. F. Manor. M. 1'.. nt one time lender"of the Conservative Opposition in the Ontario Legislature and n not. cil temperance worker is dead. Hcv. .). E. Uughson went to Medl-cino I lot Tuesday to attend tho annual meeting of the Medicine Hat District on Wednesduy and Thurs-day. Mrs. Mayor Adums of Lethbridge came in on Monday to spend a few dnys with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ]�n Kimball at Kimball.-All>crta Star. O. C. Hai Retigacd. No Itolalioa Hospital. O C. Ives of MacLeod license In-, ^ w|tho||t n|| lMlon s|tector for this district, has resigned 1, his position, the resignation to take I "�!'�� The �*"**> �� the properly effect at the end of tha month. It is recently held expired on May 1st. understood that C. P. llotchkiss of nnd no plseo* has y*t been secured. A Clarcsholm. for nmny years a menv shnck has been rented in which to tier of the Ilonrd of License Com- ' store the furniture. No cases re  tnlssioners has received the appoint-{quiring quarantine are expected munt erosso players of Winnipeg Clubs and known as Tho Chinook baseball club dofeatod the North Ward boys last night. Scon- IT-11. luitterles ilobson nnd Srhweitwr: Hopkins, (ieagvr nnd W. McKenzie- A If red llarton of Curdston, accused of horseHtealing by one Heber Carl-! bon, -was honorably dismissed, tho plninUrt failing toput in an appear  unci- at the trial. The last issue of the official Oaxetto of the province announces the incorporation of the M. Iteilly Co. of Lethbridge, and the application of Tiilwr for incorporation as a town. The Cards ton electric lights are on striko,' the foundations under tho machinery being not strong' enough to stand tho vibration caused by tho THE COST OF THE FUN. The final meeting of the Civic Celebration Committee was hold on Monday night, when the cost of the blowout was counted up. All the bills were not in. but tha estimated totul wns S10S8.50, which divided among four thousand people means a qunr-ler of a dollar each. Satifaction was expressed at tho way the proceedings were carried on desplto the cold and disagreeable weather. �  � i Cheaper Travelliar. for some lime. TUND BLASTS Market Report. Wheat, No. 1 ............................. T.'lc Onls..........................................,"K)c Hiiy. balled ...... * 13.00 to 81.1.00 ( Hay, loose ........................... 812.00 ' Ilrnn. per ton ............"............ S18.00 Shorts, per ion ..................... 820.00 Flour, ltaymoiitl ... per Oft lbs. Potatoes, |K-r ton ... ... 91.', to Slrt. flutter, creamery ......... ',......... line. Kill ler, dairy ........................... HOc ''gg�. |�er down ............ 2.V. to Sine The three cent passenger the western railroads weiit feet yesterday. rate into on ef- Tho Lethbridge City Band's swell now uniforms have arrived. They nro of maroon cloth of the very best quality with black and gold trimmings. The band, wi',1 present a very smart apiwaranre in these handsome uniforms. , The band will glvo a concert on the square on "Friday night and will appear in their new uniforms. The sale of tickets for the ' draw for the Shepard lots has been completed and the draw will take place on Saturday nlgbt. � AT THE EXPERIMENTAL FAllM. LETKBltlDUE MOTORS. The Lethbridge Motor Cur Co. will soon have its first machino turned out. The company has ordered tho parts from Evansvillc. Ind.. and other places. As soon as these ur-rlve the test machino will l>e constructed and will be used by M best homo fielder in the business has^jaaj^pj:, j,, wiTiTe Some tllw bl-' TfTBwjjen. the mnnngvr of tha Com- come to this city to live. Davo pljp.*f"or� tho plant Is running again d hero in the Heginu teajya^ *"tw0 years ago and lost yog**,, a^t^n -' the team. ^ of T. O. Wilson of Livingston, Alia., i our Finchor Creek, who was brought to tho Hospital a few days ugo diet! under an operation on Tuesday and thut evening his body was shipped back to Livingstone for In torment. Services will l>e held in the Bap > tist Tabernacle noxt Sunday at 11 a.m. nnd 7.HO p.m. Bible class and Sunday school at 3 p.m. Morning . .* . . subjoct: "Tho light of tho world." raent. $1,900 being raised for. current J KvcninK suhjoct. old paUm... ',h�JSlirtifquarterly meeting of the �,'Ji?fuT board of Wesley Church was wid on Tuosday evening. The an -imul reports showed that tho church is in a flourishing condition. The membership has increased from 125 to 190 despite numerous removals. The flnanceos showed great advance  BEEF COMMISSION IX SESSION. Tho Beef Commission has commenced its investigation o|ieuing with a Sfcri\ Every pair equals thu full price asked - thut uieiius nbsolnl f certainty of service in return. The Barry Shoe $5.50 is u shoo for every dav- everywhere. It is good Io look nt hit 1 Hitter still to use. Well in faslion, but not extreme-its value is put where It does the most glod. Got a BARRY-you can't do better alllie price. Wide ran^e in stylos-both high and low-in every popular and seasonable leather. FOIl SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unablo to go on with It. Apply tollox U, Herald olnca. 40 Acres Close to city, for sub-division purposes, wanted by purchaser with 15.000 cash to pay down. Give location, price and best terms. Box S, Herald Office. v STILL ANOTHER. Mr. Mclntyru of Colomnn has rent-od a part of tho Sherlock block and intends opening up a store to deal iu clothing, boots and .shoes and general gont's furnishings. 1�.\RT OK FA III OUOINPS. Tp till noon of Monday. May 2Atlt Wm. Ol.iver, chairman of the Ways and Means Committeo of tho Agricultural Society, will receive sealed tenders for the purchase of a sU'ip 145 ft. wide across tha north side of tho Fair Orounds. Terms one-third ensh mid � and la months for thu balance nt 8 percent. Highest or any lender not necessarily accepted. After land for cross streets taken out there should be between !8 and 40 t von I,v-live ft. lots in it is block. FRED GOW & CO. Dr. A. II. Wcagnnt of Now York Stale, formerly of Smith's Falls, Ont., has been in the city looking over tho situation with the view to starting a dental practice here. Wanted. About 40 Acres, close to city, to sub-divide by purchaser with 15,000 cash to pay down. Give location, price and bett term*. Box 8, Herald Office; We Owe it to Our Cut Glass Display To again bring it to your notice. Since we last spoke to you ou this subject we have added to our showing some delightfully attractive goqds, and wo are anxious to have you see them, it is impossible to describe their beauty-for mere words can give you no indication of the scintillating loveliness uf this ware. And.we can honestly suy that our to-day's Cut Glass display is larger and more attractive than ever before. R. A. WRIGHT, the Jeweler Do not fall to hoar tho Scottish | H. S. Young, editor of tho .Bay -singers In the Knox Church this mond Chronicle was in tho city on, evening at 8.80. Tuesday. ;