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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY MAKING DIRT FOR SALE BY W. R. DOBBIN 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 LMNDS 160 acres north of town for $16 per acre. This is a b^ tiful piece of land and is improved. 160 acres north of town, unimproved, for $11 per acre.^ 640 acres on the Little 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.* Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbtidge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block. Phone 122; mi A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. nowUmd of Seattle is visit - hvr sister ikirs. U. Niiwnons. The Lethbritlge Coilpriers Co. L.t(l., ni� making prci�arations for testing for coal in their land near Diamond City: The work will proceed at once. "Caller _ Herrin" is always fresh Avhen given by lAiss Strachan ;in Newhaven fishwife costume. She sings in Knox Church this evening ai 8.30 ;'Cotiie. � � Engineer Feat reports thai the boring for gas is now of liCthbridge and isberc renew-iny: ac(|Uuin'tuiicos of former yuurs,, The engineers making th^ preliminary tostts for i;oal for Ulc A.U. & 1. Co. across tlie river had to change their casing after getting down 170 I'eet, causing some delay in the pro-grass of the work. The Agricultural Society is advertising for sealed tenders for tbe purchase of the strip of lots on the north side of their grounds. 'Wni. Oliver recei\-os the tenders up to May aath. Dave Winkler one of the star la-erosss players of the Reglna and WiKBi|Mg Clubs and known as the best home fielder in ih� business has coHM to this city to live. Dave pl^I iMi liuro in tl� Kegina t�mi*^''^two .years ago and last j^eeMfas coptain of the team'. quarterly meeting of the board of Wesley Church was Id on Tue8d4y evening. The annual reports showed that the ohiirch is in a flourishing condition. The membership has increased from 125 to leo despite numerous removals. The flnanceea showed great advance  : ,ment, $1,900 being raised for current ^vexpenaes. il.SiOO on church debt, which With conncxlonal funds , -the givlngsof ihe:> church total about 94,600 ^fbr the year. The stewards elected for the, ensuing ysftr �re A. ti, : Kosterl B.' B. Hoyt, Chas. lUley. 6. V. Austin. C: R. Oanisl. R. J. Hal-dry and W, W. Nsslands; O. D. Aus-�tin :beiBt elscted rtcordlng steward. jPiaua tor iths liaprovwBent of the churek buiUjittg and .aenrioes wsriTais-rCUBsed. Resolutions of condolencetor ' Dr. ORlbmitb and Mrs. J. U. Mor gan^of Winaipeff were passed. Dr. Gal^ralth and O. D. Austin weroap-v;i>ointed to attend. CoDrerBnca;;ln.Cal -gai^'to "inte'ryiewf the stationing com-;i(iittoe shouliii^occasion arise. �xpn.�-; r!^^�;^:;^%ttion'' of.'/appr^cia'tion of .the", work:; of ^ \ l\ui ptustof piMl jW, A. Hamilton, the 'f> i ir?r�tiriiig recording steward u'ero pass- Winnipeg Northern Copper League team defeated Calgary baseball team by a to 2 yesterday. This city and district is enjoying a most delightful rain to-da3'- o con-istructod and will bo used by U. \t?S�mjf., the manager of the Com-ipany. In a few weeks, Ijothbridge motors will help to make the city famous. Great is the influence of woman, and, far reaching is the sceptre of her power. The Tatlor has been informed that in a certain local office a stenographer was introduced. As a result each fellow in the ofHco has voluntarily rcstrictud biritself to one'swear a day and goes away to a distant I corner of the warehouse behind a box and whispers it in agony, as the boy wfio has juBt.lefthoiiw would say his praj-ers. And that is not 'all. Three collars a week! Just think of it! llie influence of woman is unbounded. The Lethbiridge City Band's swell new uniforms bfYcrton......... ........ $20.00 Flour,..Raj-moml ... $2!l3 per 98 lbs, Potatoes, per ton Butter, creamery .. BuTter, dairy ......... Eggs, par dozen..... ... .';^:'$ir. to S18. ...... ..........35c. ........-......... SOc. .... ... 2.-.C'. to 3�>ission'has conxncn-ced -its investigation o(Jcning with a secret preliminary ntceting ut Modi-cine Hat on Monday. The regular business meeting will be hcUl in the sanu'. place on Juno 10. present on Monday were: A. Middleton of Coleridge,' Alta.. for Alberta; A. M. Campbell, of Argylo for Manitoba, H. A. Craig of the department of Agriculture, and A. W. McKenzie of MacLeod, counsel, for the commission Canadian Qub. ! OrgnnizatioQ meeting Prklay, May J7, at 8 p. m, in Council Cliamber. Everybody urged to attend H. J SKEim ^ ^OR S.^LE. For Sale-A correspondence course iU' good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O,-Herald ofRca. 40 Acres Oloae to city, for sub-divitioa pur> potea, wanted by purekiser with $5,000 oafh to pgy down. vOirg location, price and beat termi. Box 8, Herald Office. v , Some breaking has lieon clone on the land and contracts will shortly bo L>t to break between two and thi-ee humlred acres, in preparation for the sowing of next year's crop. No crops will l)e sown this year tvith the exception of two or throo acres of nursery stock, which is now l>e-ing put out. It includes a very wide range of ornamental, fruit, and for* est trees, also shrubbery. Plans are being laid for a variety of careful tests in regard to various modes of handling.the new land with special reference.iu dry farming. Some very effective illustmtions of the results of those will ^be expected, next season. � i STILL ANOTHER. Mr. Mclntyro of Coleman has rented apart of the Sherlock block and intends opening up a store to deal in clothing, iMots and,shoes and general gent's furnishings. Dr. A. H. WcBgaiit of Now York, State, formerly of Smith's Falls, Ont., has been in the city looking over the situation with the view to starting a dtiutai practice hare. For Immediate Sale. PAflT OF KAin GUOLNDSi. Up till noon of Monilay. Moy 20th Wm. Ol.iver, chairman of the Ways and Means Conmtitteo of the Agricultural Society, will receive seale