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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �raiuvrs-rjiv �t'M'^itrrtifii .1 ;ome Choice Buys Is v7 ' 3 lots on Bruce street at $250 4 lots on McDuff street at $250 I FARM LANDS 4*' 320 acres close to.shipping point, $9.50 acre. 1600 acres choice land near town, $7 per acre. Alberta Realty Co. JiOVS A Nit CiUAUIiTTKS*. I'o the rOciitoT of (.ho Hernloys or aoU\ to sonkc other porty niul gi\'eij to titem. It is about as hnril to fineat Ottawa, Ont., by 8 to 0 on Satunlay. A new manager, Wm. H. Merrill, nn old National 'Leaguer has been secured for the |K>sit.ion. The fast Duluth team defeated the Lethbridge bunch twice, the lastgame being lost by 6-5. O'Dea and Scburch were with the team. On Tuesday the Lethbridge ball team was -tlefeatcd in Winnipeg by the Northern Copper League team of that city by a sc(jie of 7-1. The team representing this city was not in good shape l>eing minus several of the best players, including Rogers, O'Dea, Schiirch and F^^an. The team has rounded well into .sha|>e ami will l�e able to gi\e a fir.s-t-class article 01 I all next AFonday when the season opens here. Tho team is cx|X!cted to arrive in the city to-night if it does not take another southern trip to Leeds, Devils Lake and other Dakot-nn towns. along iierhaps to iny neighbor's or mine? You cannot. Then consider your responsibility and refuse to handle tliein. If you ha^�e not a boy, I'your responsibility tloos not cease for j'ou are selling that which is not broad but poison. You would not willingly poison toy boy, but .vou are ix>tailing a poi.son that you cannot pi'event your neighbor's boy from getting. We know that every Chin-eiJO dive or shop keeps and sells them, but if. intelligi-nt deal/ers re -fuse to handle them public sentiimjnt Hill soon stop them also. Yours YOUR NEICiUBOR. . 1 [Dated May 3rd, 1907. NOTICE. MINARD'S LIN1MF.NT USED BY PlXYSICIANa. WILL WEAT CALOAKV AND Kl>-MONTON. William F. Merrick of St. Paul, Minn., a iiromineiit otllcial in the .Singer Sewing Machine Compan.v has been making a careful tour through Alberta and has been in the city during the past week. In conversa-jtion with the Herald Man, Mr. Merrick said that to him Lethbridge looks to bo ,tlie best city in Alberta and he expects in a few years to see Ihs ctty boot out either Calgary or Edmonton. When askcti .why he held such lielief. Mr. Merrick statetl that the splendid farming land com)>ined with the mineirnl wealth, and ad;thbridge in the Judicial District of Lethbridge this Sird day of May, A.D., 1907. W, C. SIMMONS, Advocate for tho PlaintilT. SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEBK. Ifavenl more crntea will arrive dnriiig next few weeks. Hoxisle-cleaning time is at hand We h�ye � Urge stock of LiDoleiimt, Wool �iul -Tepeitrl j Sqaares, Japan Matting. Laoe Cartaina. and Curtain goods by the yard. Get our prices this week. The XBrown Co.Lt(i Successors to the Cb-Opinttive Association STRAYED OR STOLEN. From the vicinity of Warner, one NEW L;VNf) FIRM. .1. E. Wells, Vice President of the Wells I-and and Cattle Co. of David- ',,^y ^^f^^ g yea^ o,,, y^,. son, Sask., who have lafge holdings ^orroll colt, ami one Iwy sucker, of land near, Now Dayton, is in tho | x reward \b offered for their return city looking over the situation with to a view to otjcning an office here for 1 EDDIE LIND the handling of their profierty. . | Warner, Alta. -t y mm WHOLESALE AND RETAIL f0 Consists of Wild Lainds, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HMTCH OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE i 17 ;