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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE AUDITORIUN School Paper Prepared ky PtopHs of 4th form, Central School. KditoriaJ. The Hl(fh School recently nMrtMl a nawiipftijer, not wlkhing to b�-hlnd ths tinnM�, we hav� lelt It our duty to start om also. Wo hope to le up-to-dwie In every reapect. Any lteni� oX news will be glwUy natiV' �d. Adverttswmeiits will ijm pmki ttpecial attention, and mast be ia be-rora 7:3U p.m. on Mondays aitd ThuriMiays. A special coliunu will IM devoted to the fashions of the day. We would tike to call your aiiten -tion to the great mistake of pupiU staying in at recess and noon. ITiey race around and raise the chalk'dust which is very bad for the lungs. It also dulla their brains and makea them stupid. Urovo Him Mod. They took hiiu to the Asylum, moaning focWy, "Thirty-nine, tWr-ty-nino." "What does he iiiotvn by that?" tho attendant inqulrtr hi� wife's new frock." "Tlwj Gleonur" has alrondy spoken about the cinders which are lyingj around the yard. We also w^ish that somcthinx could ))c done by the school authorities to romovc t.hem. -A Conundrum. Why i.s the return of Ihc Prodigal Son like a Slippery day in whttorl? JtccaiLse tha father run onti, toll on his nock, and wept. It Was a pity to �et� the cffocta of the coniinuc-d cofd Snap on the range cattk). They are drifting Into tonn in small herds and the w��ikor ones are dying on the roads, it is too bad that something cojinot be done to prevent such losn of life. -FOR ALL KINDS OP- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON '' '-t '.c ).OAO.O.o.Q!b.oTololo!b.o.o.i ).o.o.cTo.oToToToToToTuTo'!'o"oxyoTo'o"o"o"o"( /c ^ch There is ^Satisfaction ' on the face of tha man who drinks L'thbridi^e beer-�atisfaction with tim beer, satisfaction with liis judgment in selecting, so good an article for which he piys so small a price, (or a case i8_ s^ld, delivered at $4.50 per case, $1,50 refunded on retnrn of case and tx>tfcles Handy thing to hiiro at the end of ther.Md with the hoga. You'll know himi, 'cawsc he's got a hat." Skating has been rather soaroe this winter on account of the ooM weather, d^scp tnaw, and no rink being built. Out it is hoped tiMvt a rink will be built for mxt winter so that tha boys aitd girls can enjoy tbcnu>i!|ves on cold days. Whon .Squoney takes his F-inglaMl, ha niu. ah�ep feeder and flock master in the country. itr. Andrews writes as follows: "/The mothers were halt-^neod Ram bwuiilets. Ti� sire of most of them w�n an Oxford ram. The ram was turned to en-cs April 1, 1900. All were sheared April 10-sheared early to indu� early breeding' by sttaiu-letlng autanin temperatures. Lainbs comnienoBd eothtng last ot August and stopped about Septcmlicr 30. the mm reihalned with owm sixty ' days. I aimed to raise the lambs for, the-New York .iuarkcts. whore no\^ or recenltyr fat '85 to 30 pound laiiin>s hog dressed are quoted at flO to $13 each. Coming in .Septem ber on fNistura, f was able to gat them on grain feed soon enough to get them fat before the>y got too large for the New York market for so-onl)od 'hothousd' lambs. "During three w�ok� of October I ran the sheep and lambs on a fioli of ripe oow peas, the Acid bcvng too wet to har\-est with a mower. After C N. ARNOLD CHOSEN sidcriMe Jnccr, After Cor* iSitTnT- tiftean mkh applied for the position of City Rnginecr, but the Council at Monday nigikt's meeting put thir-tesn nanHjs to one side and only considerer OKHihars of the A.K. ti I. engineer -In; stnA. Mr. Grace aak�d for ta,-SOO salary and Mr. Arnold �1,800. The Mnyor, Aid. Oliver and Aid. Wa'lson supported Mr. Oi^ce and Aid. Vrdonian, Cunningham and Macbeth, voted for Mr. Arnold. Eve� a statement ihat Mr. Qrace would accept 93.000 did not entice any votes away from Mr. Arnold and finally to break the deadlock,, the Mayor changed his alloigiaaice to Mr. Arnold and the latter gentleman was appointed city engineer. E. AdOHIS 4 annouttcct to hit o]d friends and customers he has opened a General Inniber Bnsioess On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.rt House Lessons in Singing OH xxtbut Piano ktrnctioD OO TO The UthMdge CoaMmloryofMnaie. J. GEO. HABPER, . Diitetor C. J. Eckstorm and Ocorgc Mouk, president and' vice>president of the Lethbridge citizens band, a'ddrnaed the Council on behalf of the- band,' oi which Mr. Harper is ihe conductor. Aid.Oliver was appointed tl*o council's representative on the band comiiUitcc, and a grant of SAO per month was made, one concert per week on the city sr(uare being wtip' ulfttfd. J. M. Bitchic oil bc�iaU of thc> Lieth bridge trades and labor council, asked for a crossin^if on Duflorin avenue this We fed them cracked com under WPP*'*'''r Chinook club, and a cover in troughs in a creep, a slatted enclosure vhicb excluded the wcB. A wide board rover was plac-td over trough six laches or nwre a'jove, so lainba could not soil the teed with their feet. lAtcr they were fed shelled com and alfalfa hay tor roughage- for the la-^ '!W'.v,!i>lc4 the 31 ianttw consumed a bushel vi Kforn a day iKt two, feeds. hp 'my was fed in movable racks. Theae Uun^s wcra not weaned, bnt ^anvith their dams, and were shipped to Chicago wHh thorn, they bavingl^ecn taittened also. "No lOBSfes ot lambs during feading 11iroe\of the nw�s, hoa-evcr, died during the feediiig time from stomach a-ortus, having their three rr others. 1 n;ou]d not attempt tor'! iwifie fall iambs from other breeds than RambouiUets and Dorsets, fuU breed or half-bloods. I did aoiilmed tbesQ ewes the previous fall, though nine of them had lambs twe years ago in Navem.!(er after roaring tenAs the pteviouM spring.' Ndvemfisor would -ke about the bestt time for lambs to come out that were to l>e 1 fi.>d for the New York market " ' sidewalk on the south side of Uuffer-in ax-enue. Aid. Oliver said tin crossing had been ordered. Give Him a Call* .1. H. Fleetwood recommended the purchase of two diaphrocoi pumps at $a00 each, for street work and pumping out cellars, and the report' was handed over to the works and property committee. On report of the works and prop* erty commdt>t�e, the purchase of road tuachinery was deterred until tfaeoity engineer should assume office. A. Ronney having defaulted in his contract to supply the cKy with Junr ber, the ctty salicitor wan Instructed to notify him that untess he pro-cecd.jd to fulfil the eontract, legal steps would be taWen to compel him to do so. We think to have a flag in each of the hal's or roomn, where it can be ctnstmntiy seen and used for refer-enca hy the pupils, would be mvioh more u.ssful than to have one up on a flag stun on top of the school, th.\t the recital ar.d the pictures u'hi>i'�i it is scarcely ever noticociand exceeded iihcir is exposed to all kinds of [ cliiar musical HIAW.^TTHA. V here it weather. Much had lean claimed for Lycoun* (ntertaituiicnt given toy Mrs. Bowdoi, last Friday nifeht. But tha large crowd who attended believed far claims, voice Mrs. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS Weary Tramp-'Say, little boy, do lyou like pie?" Little Boy-"Yep." , j Weary Tramp-'-Well, tiien go and insk jer ma for one and I'll give you I a picco.". WE ARE ADVERTISED BV OUR SATISFIED FRIEKDS Theie is a great need in school at the present of an arithmetic textbook with examples in it so as not (o strain the eyes of the pupils whon leaking at ' sharp "Our ears." "Well, then, toll her not to scratoli the woodwork uruund the keyhole with thein." her audience to the plaoe of thjplay through the career of Hiawatha, created mcrriimnt in portj�ying old Nakoinls, and brought tears to mafi>-eyes in her rendering ot the "fum-line" scene. The pictures thrown up-'on the screen were almost invariably clear and realistic. Hiawatha and the othjr, characters became roal living beings and those who rend the poem now will have a keener appreciation of it. The t-n'.ertaianiijnt had a stiong educotional eiTect and was particularly en.'uycd by the large nunvkcr of students pre.od condition for marb&>8, but H is going on just the same. I Li (Successors to Horner Jh Hutchinson) M\nmn FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA flON FOR THE TRAVEUNS PUBtfC JJCCELLENT CUISINE BATHS .HOT AMD COLO WATER RATES .$1,80 A DAY i LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | ^99999****999*999**99^^^eeeee^^^^^^eeeS r'Vom DilTcrent Points. "Father, you were bom in California." "Yes, my son." "And mother was bom in New York?" "Yes." "And I W'os born in Indiana." "Yes." 'Say, Dad, don't it beat the Dutch how We all go* together?" The mentbers of the School Ath -lotic Club met on Monday and do-cic>d that a meeting would be held to arrange tor a baseball team this year. The boys hope to have a crack team to coni|>ote with other local teams. The health aiid relief coinmittee was responsible for a motion for the equipment of a scavenger, and the eiuipment of a scavenging depart -nient. This was adopted. The same committen recommended calling for tenders for the erection of an isolation hospital on the plans of Charles Haley. It was decided to the ifiecure the plans of Mr. Raiey for examination. Thj waterworks committee proposed the ciectton of a new stand pipe or reservoir, thiity feet in diannater In a. rich, |and elghty-tlve feet high to be plac-Uowdentook led on the same level with the present !one, and preferably at the corner of Ford awl Asfamead streets. An eight-inch main would be required on Asbmead to connect the tkew stand-pipe with the system. Action will be deferred on the iiiiittei^ until the new city engineer arrives. Mayor Oalbraith suggested that until the new statid-pipe should' give the added pressure, the police should roitify tlic pumpman whenever the guaKV at the fire-hall showed the wat^'r in the stand-pipe to be less, than twenty foc-t, in ord�'r Uuit th? elei-tric looster could be stait�d up Ottd the stand-pipe filled. This wa-i oixleied. Aid. Cunningham .said thi.> council should not stop till it had secured a permanent hydmnt pi^'s -sure of ((0 to 80 pounds. Q9t the Photg Habit ---IT'S A GOOD ONE.- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFOKE THE USUAL SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 cftn tell yoo lot* now in Tiibor for $100, that wiU be eUiag at |200 in a mootli's' � � 'time.;: Qood Famiiiig Land for�Ieaaf kit aeassMsieS kr ear fsMoa wfea la tha.; M's hsM'ettlsouijr. er any BMle aver iiyaua:: :>t�(e, ! Ik* eauatefoae-foansrassuaa :ef;! IM screa. awM ar leas. Saitf �iiusi k* sme KweasHy at tka faMl',; land oVcc fariks dlsirlct la Which the laaS 1st sltaats. The bjaieairadsr to reqntoeS to Mrtww the' �oBdit!o�a cosceeiad iheiswUh aadsr: aaa *t be fuUo wlag irtaas.: I. Atl�asi aia moaUs' rtaMsace area asS cuiiUaii w or Iks laadUi each rear fer ihreej t. If the father (or aeihar; If the fhOwi: Is ~ leceaaed) ot the homsteaier nsMss M|�ai a;s farm la tb� vietult; of (he lant eaiarfS Nir the reqiiinneni* ss to realdeaee aur he sausSsS : tiysnck rerana lasidtsc with ih� taMi#r sri.v \othei. ..;��.�'�:..,'''�"�'*'��'>�"'';;, 1. If ctucr hashta��T�aa�atiaaMeate% ipon farmtat land ewasd kj htm la the fMa- , itf of kls komestsad, ike r�sulre�*Bia as la ' rcatdesce any k� saUaScd hy MSMease area tb* said labd. Ms meaas' aoiiee is wriMag sfcosld ke ftfea >; to the Ooramlsaleaer of DoailBlaa taads at , iitiawaViBiaaitoa to awlf for mmbi. w.w.ooar. Depntr of ih* Hiaiaier of the latsrter. F- OERMAN We�t of Beiitley Co. HEV JUDGES The Best of Candy -a -AND~ Choicest Fruits Chi tlm reconunendation of the finance committee, it was determined to advertise for applications for a socrDtary-treasuM'r, at a salary of Sl,SOO. With that ofllcials ftssistant, thrt total salaries for the office will amount to 92,300. B. C. Moore wrote offering ths public cemetery to the city for $4,000, fitating that he had an offer from ano'b'^r source at that llguroi, 'but desired to give the city the firet chance. Several Names Connected Coiniii j Appointments. With SCHOOL 8HOLLD OPEN AT 9.30. 'Vho pupils of standard 'i'lu- C'aigury Atbni'tan su.vs that the name of N. D. Beck, K.C.. of Edmonton, is nicntiot>:-d in conn.c -tion with the next uppointrneat to ttte Supreme Court of .\lt>ert�; The Herald also understands that ihe name of H.C. Taylor, K.C., of VA-Uiontou is also mentioned. The Albertan connects the nsxxn4 of W. R. Wlittor, registrar ol (laxstls, Calgnry, with a district court judge-ship. C. R. Mitcbell, of Medicine Hat(, is also nwntioiLLoaed to arthodox religious teaching. A t'ery amusing gucaving contest, arranged by Mrs. liamiHon, followed the businesa ot the ovehhig. Alto -getlier the teachers enjoyed a moHt pleasant e%-(n!ng. * ' BURN THE BODIES. Some action f�houkl fce taken at once to have the dead cattle that nre to he found all over the prairie buried or burned. As at proscat they are a ntennce to the pub^'ic health. If. A. Sunillt informaii tho HcraKi that many carcases wore to he found .ia the irrigation ditches. IV. held "RlwoIvoU that it would ��8 Ijetter to have Bcliool uiien at 9:�0 insiend of at 0 o'clock during tho winter." The speakers for tlta affirmative, T. I^m-ilt.n, A. Naisinlth and N. Kirkhaui gave many good arguments, which, however, were nearly all answered by those on the negntive side, T. Crofts K. Iteiniger igftd (i. Rowc. > Thu speak-I'ers who (UnSe in ttnc from ten \io j fourteen years did very creditably. The judges. Miss Fursc and O. D. Austin gave the declHlon in favor of tbn affirmative. Tho other feituro of tho prograninw was tho reading of ect to see the trnina crowded' with lend seekers. Mrs. Davits, mother of Mrs W. R, ,f>y. lost a daughter in .Sti^ttJor two by the weeks C H, OJarV- have Their menyfrlehds^ IV, Buekiay :n the "Twin CKios" regret their dopnrtuie very much., ' ^ Miss Virginia Miebach c�mmb do�a from Ijothbridge on Saturday She; will visit her sister Mrs. T.'�. v^-? refl some weeks. ^ Geo. Beady and Ohris ^HlecUy ara) hauling hay out to the 0'Ne�l~ Beaupre sheep ranch , ,..... Dr. Beaupre and Hugh 0'NciatJ�^|i �down to Shelby on Satur^'f*"-*^ They were onroute to Choteau.^^^i^i., D, F. Sivkior, Wiliant ' ' Louis tickler/ and J .^'Ctfum. i anch >rs of MMk^ Alver, town on Saiurdity; t ' ! ""^I: ire-l He'wrt ik.hauliag ' ' .Ine loupes rancli-'on 111 m � iili 0600 5411 ;