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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Letfcbridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Of the District CLARESHOLM Claresholm, Feb. S. Hoteh- kiss has taken up his residence in Ed- monton and he will be missed here, particularly in his capacity as presi- dent of the Agricultural Society in which he was very much interested. He will no doubt be back here fre- quently to attend to his ranching aad property interests. Fred Anderson sold his iorses and stock aud got very-Rood prices in- deed. He sold nearly of hogs and the'prices went from W {or yearlings to tor colts. A work team fetched Horses are not by anv means cheap at prescat. C. W. James is going to attend the Military School of Inspection at Cal- eary about to take place. Steve Irwin left yesterday for the States having disposed of his farm and all his stock. A new office has been installed m the Queen's Hotel and a decorator about to Rild up the walls. 'The Wilton Hotel has also re- novated and shortly will tc n.ost imrecoRniMble. One of ;he nest im- provements is that the tur -I :.ot, open right onto the hall but is con- nected with the same.by a passage. B.en Finlayson, who imported a number of Clydes Here returns to Scotland tomorrow but will be back with a bunch of blue blooded ones m the spring- Jas. H. Harwdwick, of Carmangay, rancher, is in town. W. Robinson of the Canyon Ranch has returned from England Vance of Lethbridge is expected weeks to take charge oi harness horses be completed, and will be occupied by the Bank of Hamilton. Ceo. W. Swing, manager of Eastern Townships Bank, left on the Thursday noon train for the west on business, expecting to return on Fri- day. An institute meeting will be held in the L. IJ. S. Church on Monday, Feb. 7th at 8 p.m. Mr. S. S. Stansell lecture on "Birds in their rela- tion to Agriculture." The St. Theodore's Church gave a concert in the Palm Theatre on Wcd-J nesday night, Feb. 2nd, and a large; crowd turned out for the occasion. A splendid programme was rendered. CROW'S NOTES Coleman, Alta., Feb. Htarary and debating society has been formed ana here with A. C. Klumerfelt and uerc wuii -v. Cameron as honorary presidents, J. E. 'Williams, president, Robert Holmes, vice president and W. Mc- Millan, secretary-treasurer. It is proposed to hold debates on topics cl current interest every Tuesday even- ing. The finest fabric U not too delicate Co Mfely washed with Sunlight Soap. other have UJured your and faded the coloured things, re- member the word Sun- Life underc othmg t farmers are considering the purchase of similar outfits on account of the '.scarcity and high price of horses. Messrs. McLellan and Mclutyre in- i tend proceeding at once with the erec- ition of an up-to-date blacksmith and here in a of a strin in the hockey match between c shop on their Iot on Main St. man and Fernie the home team c.can-j Thg is making substan- ed up the visitors by the very uroKress in llu> erection of sided score of 11 to 2. The ga.-ne was too easy for Coleman xo he oi special interest. Frank, Alta., Feb. fana- cally pushing the preparatoryMVork m contemplation of a very active season of improvements. An air compress- progress in the erection of his new residence and office in town, and ihe building will be a creditable addi- tion ro the town's appearance1. The Grand Trunk earnings for the period ending .Ian. 31 increased or is being installed and 048 over (lie same period last year. for the operation of drills in the slope on the main seam anddtiv-j ine; -a cross-cutting tunnel to tap the' shaft seam which will open two fo- Saffei Thc promises of the C.P.R. through Mr Price to erect a new depot north ivu. i iiv-v. i-v worh. is oi the present one, new freight sneos, alion Qf the propostxi big power tirelv new mines. is At the same time, rcadv for the in-j and to consider the permit of the much desired crossing at 4th Avenue, have brought satisfaction to all. 0. J. Amundsen has been appointed Immigration Agent for the C.P.R. for Norway. _______ TABER NEWS Taber, Feb. H. Mev- From Headaches There are few people who have nevei ticipation of starting construction as experienced a from one cnuse or If another. It effects all ages and both soon as the weather permits, uprc sent weather conditions continue t-nese the more effected tnrough the higher ner- and the building of the.; Vous development and more delicate nrnnosed 000 sanitarium will be organization of the system. Those also v :c well under way before March is tar plant and the building oi the new steel tipple is being carried on in an-' News from Pincher Piuclier Creek, Feb. death of A. Lojoie occurred at her late residence 10 miles south of here, on the old Chinook ranch, lit the age of 57 years, on Wednesday. Deceased was an aunt of Sirs. T Lobel, of this place, and was widely known in the district. She was born ut Cacoumi, Que., and was married February 2nd, thirty-five yours ago, which by a strange and sorrowful coincidence was the date of her tie anniver- sary of her wedding day. She leaves husband and eight children, the lat- ter all grown up. The funeral takes phu-o on Saturday from the Roman Catholic church. The fire alarm was sounded yester- day afternoon, but luckily the origin of the fire was found to be in a stovepipe at H. W. Debbie's No damage was effected to speak Miss A. M. Patterson, dressmaker ana milliner at Mrs. Soath'.vorth's par- lor, has been summoned to Taber on account of the illness of her mother. For the purpose of forming an old- timers' reunion, a meeting wil be held iu the council chamber oil February 12. The Pincher Creek correspondent of the Herald appears to entertain the same old jealousy of Pincher Creek that has existed among a number of the residents of tliat waterless hainlet for dome years, according to his vapor- ings in Tuesday's issue. Your Pincher Creek correspondent distinctly stated the possible changes were rumors. As to the people of this town rejoicing ov- er the matter, they can afford to view it with comparative indifference if the Canadian Western makes good in the coming spring or summer, iu which case they will have a station at their door. Your correspondent has, how- ever, heard on good authority tluit the surveyore referred to in the paragraph which has raised the dandruff on the Pincher City writer, were merely tak ing levels. returned Tuesday from Leth- bridge having been absent for anum-j ber of days. The Conundrum Social given at the advanced. PURPLE SPRINGS NEWS Purple Springs, Feb. 3. Mr. and H. P. Munroe on Tues-JMrs. J. F. Milligan left some days ago dav night by the Organized Baracajon an extended visit to friends m Bible 'Class of the Presbyterian-North Dakota and Minnesota. Church proved a big success. About! The Mormons are holding a series of eighty of the young people as well as i religious meetings m the old attended and enioyed the evening's1 this week, which are bein in social games and music by the Or-i tended, chestra until the late hours of the j Messrs. Milligan town ball x well at- Haermg are go- night. The menu cards consisted otjing extensively into the 1 conundrums which proved very amus ing to and have eight cars of material IU- those who took lunch. which would indicate a proper proceeds of the social are to of optimism for the future of the a buildin, fund of the church. and clistnct. besides providing The walls have been completed on intending builders prompt sup- ibe Douglas Block which is being er- Mr. Haering has also umoaded ected on Street, and with aja of machinery and expects two couple of weeks of nice weather will'sasoline plowing ngs at once. Other of a nervous temperament and or sedentary occupation are subject to it. i The presence of headache nearly alwayi tells us that there is another disease which, although may not be aware of