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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta We are here to stay and build our nest accordingly. Our plant is up to date; our men wide awake. Prompt attention to all orders, large or small. Quick deliveries and courteous treatment. Our stock is large, dry and well assorted and our prices are right. Try, and be convinced that the best place to buy lumber is at the Citizen s Lumber Co., Ltd. A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Baroness Road Phone 362 Of the District SPRING COULEE Coulee, Feb. H.- Berlin, Feb. for a daged hand to be seen'here and there in the East side streets and a'-few cases la the hospitals suffering from sabre wounds, there were no of yesterday's demonstrations agaiwst the proposed Prussian 'franchise re- form measure to be observed herei Socialist papers to-day protest bitter- ly against what they -term unneces- sary provocative violence of the po- lice. Keports from the provincial cities RIOTS.indicate that serious collisions be- tween the capital ures from and people outside than -here. Official flg- Halle, Saxony, give the number .of wounded there as 102. "Only one policeman was wounded, and he" was accidentally slashed by another' 'mounted officer, who, In 'charging a crowd, used his indiscriminately.- Those arrested here and elsewhere .were released without punishment. Spring Coulee, Feb. E. telley is building an addition to us store. He has ti'iceu the -ion, which separated the store-room rom the store and is-building anoth- er store room. This will eii- stoclc of goods. A surprise party was given ou Miss Ada Matsonoa Monday evening. Ab- out twecty-five- people were present, and a very enjoyable time was spent in playing games alter which refresh- ments were serred. Friday afternoon the primary con- nected1 with the Latter Day Saints' Church, was reorganized. Primary will be held regularly every Friday, after 4 in the school bouse. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kelly returned last week from Nebraska, where they have spent a couple of months visit- ing relatives. Joe Workman returned FridayaUer spending a month in Utah. A character ball-was given in the school house last 5 i We have just received about two carloads of heavy draft and farm horses, weighing from twelve fifty to fifteen hundred pounds each, and they are an-exceptionally fine all well hroke and ready to work. Quick sales count with us, so come and see them early. TABER LIVERY CO. ALBERTA 3 PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Feb., bowl- ing; "which have been closet] since last Saturday night were open- ed again this evening under the man- agement of the new proprietor, Frod B. Stauffer. Since the alleys first opened last fall, some keen and ex- citing sport has been enjoyed by both howlers and spectators. The new proprietor, who also controls the Ar- cade pool and billiard room, is popu- lar with the sporting public and .-is likely to make a success 6E his-new undertaking. The sanitary inspector is getting after those householders who have been violating the health bylaw- of the town. The number of farmers .selling, off their farm stock and machinery1 ap- pears to be on the increase as spring approaches. "Another member of the-legal oro- fession has hung up his. shingle in Pincher Creek with his-office in: the Gill Block. The new arrival is Capt. D. M.'Ormond, brother of' Mr. R'. Or- irnonii of Ormond'and Alexander, and was formerly with Messrs. McPher- son, Williams