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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta rtiiiiiiiiitiiiiwiiiiiiiiifiniililltfiittii Stock-Taking THE XrAST CALL ON J ust a few left. These will be sold at a rcidu^tioit 6f 30 per cent. Here's a warm price on Fur Caps Only iwi)^iTo7>�ri allToWVl>'^^^^ ns at these reductions, each retluocd iJO%. Men's Tweed Suits, worth IS.OOrfor............ " � " 1500 " ........... ....$7 90 ....12QfiO 10 6nly LXCIES' HEAVY feSESS SKIRTS. This is a bargain at each................3 9^ tfouMAiii Syringe? -AND- i|ot Water' tWo carry the best made and ^anuttee:: them - -laultleas. Dntfo^t and Sttttioner. LOCAL BUDGET. 4^ O. Fitegcrald has rctirod from thJ^Mounted Police. il��^�(S�pHalf Halt Mast ^^nrafsday aigitt--wa� K-big'suceeas. Mrs. >I.^;E.. iCielley will receive on te 3rdrTliuf�diiy.'-of ottch nkoath. dry 'i^$ii;^t)w fcugey offeivd In the Morr'iia|4'B Casey is limping about thcac daysVi ileJcU from an ofllc� tool on whiciv fee was standing wbilo Xtylng tofrpabjian article at th� head of a atuirway and ncccmpdn-itsd the stooI' in a race down the iKairs. Mr! Case's escape from y-cry Mrinus injUrioS' was miracuIouAi In k^pinji^/with its intention to mak� tl>B (.y^iinn Course an educational faffAir,, .th^ executive oonunii-t�tt have gireiaUl^ High School lit-rary feocjity^,*--^lock of apo tickets lor Saa for' tk� Hiawatha entertain-ment ii-st Fi^oy evening. The pupils will sell ^berWckets. for fifteen conts, thus nml^ng some mcn^y for their Soc}�ty|i^d ^ettinjj an oduca- 'Wh^n^Cftgs are acarse and dear, ^yibiSi-h'ave a^^ure-remttdy by purchasing a box of Dr.^He8s* Poultry Panacea whfelf irgdaraiiteecl to make the hens lay. For sal* only by J. D. Higinbotbm & Co. Family and Dispensing Chennsts LiTBBltlOOE. S. McClura was in the city ovjr S\iitday. I. Moe wiis down from CmiiUrook on Sunday. The Jensen Ranching Co. of Mu-grath, has been incorporated. The A. R. ft I. ice house has tKjcn moved to the rt�r of thie new round house. Harry Drif^gst who i.s now in the east has ))een crea'ted a 33ixl dcgnie -Mason. The "Supreme Court will sit her? naxt month and Chief Justice Sifton will preside. Dr. Uratit and v ifc of Cardston were in the city on Sunday on their way from a trip to Chicago. D. Koran, an oldtini;? councillor of Macleod and a former member of tha Mounted Polire, died lost utiek. Rev. Chas. McKUlop expects to ktavfl Raymond next montli to reside in liethbridge. He wilt have a residence built here. Thcfun�ral of little Porothy Higin-botham, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Uiginbot'bam took place tional . ntertjiitnvo'ni for very little on Saturtlay from St. Augustin's inioi�?y. 'Church. Instruction.^ were i.ssu�l this w�sk 'to. have all the dead cattle on the riwr t)oMom and in the coulees gathered togvither and burnod. Vim. Oliver, C. S. Hotohkiss, of Cian-shoiin, and U. T. Darker, Mac-leod, have hacn roappointod license comniiisNioners for this ciistrict. Mrs. \. Austin of Owen Sound arrived ill tho city Saturday night, ing summoned because -of~ar words froic sblid^ and fell into the oytan moutfe of a preathBr whoi wa* laughing at some innocent jokie. Then the words inelt-' ed and a most un-preacher-likc remark fell from tha minister's lips, end horrified sonki good Vodies^ of his Hock who wore v ith Wm. A niimlier of tlK- n*.�rch�*ils ai"* taking ftlocli. UflDv I'illijjit ,i KriinW, wiiK rn tlie icily t.h.fs wi�. and (rift of 'Vmher wew in the city on Moiiday, Fred Koooey kaa purcbated the i iMd a Mvoly iiino on'TuiiKlay '- HuraM- Mr. .Austin of Irvine and .Mrs. OlivNr entenateed at dinner on Satrntliay ��ni-at Comox-Atlin. B.C., Mr. J. O. TiWrilf M. P. for Asaiaihoia, abd Mrs. ^rur-riflr and r�r. M�Iwt3m> MP . at Sti-athto��.-tJttaw* sidcrable anxiety about giMtiBgawsiy It was the only call for the lecftl ami lithe ftn;yeat^ fdr Mr: Roggarth �#-ting up until that hour. When t^s time came the-'mka was-c�ltcrit."Bot the guest folt different in the'inM nW wp all allJkt fikiv on Tuesday was a succsBs as. far as exhibits and at-taadance was concerned. ' The averagw points otrtainod by the prize wianora was over 90, ranging from M3 in the case of one third prize. t�j tt3 and 934 tho case of th� highest firsts. '^^ThejudgM. W. C. McKillicom of f^dnonton aad lliomas. H. Wooltord oif Cardstoa, gave their awards as follows: "^Spring wheat (rctf ftfe)-1st, W.H. Pfewspa; 2nd P. .N. Skousen, �3. "fiats-1st, A. E. Keffcr, $10; tni. Homer LAlHierty, f8; 8rd W. it. nkWBoo, �3. 'Barley (six row�xl)-Is-t .\. E. Kef-tvf>' 97. 'Barlef uwo rowed)--No first; 21x1, P. X. Skoitasa,,$4. Flax-lst, C. S. Crest. ' 'rimothy--Ut, C. M. Dudley, Sa. Drome arasa-lst, C. II. Dudley. IS. la tlM afternoon a good aiuiisnoB ,waN on IKand to hear the plaU'orm a4draiMMi, ami to take part iti the disD^ssiena. I A. Mitchell oi Edmonton, (^iof weed iiMpeetor, spoke on "Tlie Crndi-icatioa and Control of Weeda " Mr. WodtfDi^d of "S,M'ioil nol e.xcwding' 21 yiurs, and no Ifa.seshii)) cover a grealt-r aiva than 100.00'i acres. Lands Ica&Kl mi! not subji-ol, to honii'aK.-nd enLij' or .s;il�, Init Ihc Minister ot tlia Interior may cancel a leasv-'iiold, or any portion thoroot' bygivin^' tho lessee two years' not -ice. The i-nntal om: liearl oi' ctillli> or I Jive head ol' K}ii>ep for mory 60 ncivs appIiiKl lor, and tin; lesHifti shall iji-crease his .stock so as (o Ik- in possession at. Ite cn'tl ol' tlire� yi-ars of one hiwl of tattle or live head of sheep for e\ery 20 acres Ijsa.'ivMi, ami shall nialnliiin stocii In tlii.s proportion duiiuij the continuance of tins leasji. Sheep-fjT.'/.ng i.s perniillod on only a portion of tiie tracts above referred to. .-V map slioiviii;4- tho -shivp grazing per month, .\pply 1'. O., Box 197. Ir^is odlcially doniwi that there Is smallpox a,t Nanton. i i:>ir Wilfrid -iCaurier. and ('Hon. Messrs. Fielding,; Paterson.cBHodeur ixid Uordi?n, will represent Canadto (It ih< Coloaial conference in laikd is .Vpril. C0 ;