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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE AUDITORIUM School Paper Prepared by Pupils of 4th Form, Central School. Kdltorlal. Prlec Paid for Sheep. Rarely, If ever, before htm the sale of lamb's at Itl cents per pound at this season of the year been recorded at the Chicago market, yet TP Andrewe of Farina, ILL, has the din* Unction of having obtained that remarkable price heic an January 8 The High School recently started >**'� the Drovers Journal. He sold a nawspaper, not wishing to tie behind ths times, we have felt It our duty 'to start otvs also. We hope to le up-to-date In every respect. Any Hems of news will he gladly received, Advertisements will be paid special attention, and must be In before 7.1)0 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. A special column will be devoted to the fashions of the day. We would like to call your ntten -Hon to I ho great, mistake oS pupils staying in at recess und noon. They race around and raise the chalk-dust which is very bud for the lungs. It also dulls their brains and makes 1 thorn stupid. Drove Him Mad. to the Asylum, Thirty-nine, thir- They took him mmmlng feeh'y, ty-nino." ! "What docs he mean by that?" the iiUendunt inquired. "It's the numlH-'i- of button* on the !'�"". thuiil�ts. The sire of most of them wtu> an Oxford ram. The ram was turned to ewes April 1, 1900. All were sheared April 10-sheared early to Indus) early breeding by stimulating autumn temperatures. Lambs commenced coming last of August and stopped about Soptemltor 20. lho rnm remained with ewtw sixty C M. ARNOLD CHOSEN Appointed City Engineer, After Con-siderabiedebiting. I-'if lean nvn applied for the position of City Rnglnepr, but the Council nt Monday night's meeting put thirteen names to one side end only consider,d the applications of A.M. Oraea of Urceley, Col., anc done- by the school authorities to remove them. A Conundrum. Why is the return of the 1'rodlgal 1 Son like a slippery day In winter? Because th.- father ran outt, fell on his neck, and wept. It was a pity to see the effects of the continued cofd Snap on the range c�Uk>. They are drifting Into ($rr($(S:^^^ too bad that something cannot l>e done to prevent such loss of life. ICasy IdVntiflcnllon. "Where's your father, boy?" askod the stranger. I "Wall." replied tho boy, "He's down thjra at the end of the Seld !with the Iiokb. You'll know him, 'cause he's got a hat." | Skating has been rather scarce > this winter on account of the cold weather, deep �now, and no rink holing built. But it is hoped that now, or recently, fat 25 to 30 pound '0IConth WM nwr/r>(*T FOR THE BEST SERVICE, IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE E A Jew nights are still open tor the the use of Clubs Lodges, etc., in _ the new Labor Union Hall, torm.-rly The health and relief committee i known as the Kinplre Club. Parties was responsible for a motion lor the j desirous of renting above will adit. J. UALUHY. Uox o iiilpment of a scavenging depart - ' Lethbridge. mcnt. This was adopted. j- ---------- The same committee rcoonutvnded ' KOUXU. ca.lin>{ for tenders for the erection -- of an isolation hospital on the plans A red cow. with a white fuoe, left - of Charles Haley. It was decided to ear half cut o� and right ear under-Much had U�en claimed for the'>soruner day (k-n.ook led on the same lewl with tho present her audience to the pluoe of thjplay 'one, and preferably at the corner of | I through the career of Hiawatha, Fold and Ashmoad streets. An Wenry I'ruiup- 'Say. little boy, do croaud nicrrim.wl in portraying old'eight-Inch nwin would be required on you like pie?..... . jNakomis. and brought tears to mn,y iAshmeud to connect the new stand- , Little l�o.v-"\ep." . \eym in her remlcring of the "fum.  .pipe with the system. Acrlou will bo , Weary Tramj>-'\Vell. then go and ,ni... KCi}ne Tlvc ,)lcUlrelj lhroWn UD. i deferred on the matter until tlw new \ ask yor nia for ons und I'll give you 0n lho serev, wrp almotft inVftritibly !cily ^inVtlr ar,ives. a piece.' clear and realistic Hiawatha aint Mayor Oaibruith suggested thut ;the othjr. characters became real Hv- until the new stand-pipe should giw We think to have u flug in each of the hal's or rooms, where ft can be cn-tantiy nl at*. t� ik� tstent of oac-i)u�mr SMilaa of IW scree, autre or leas. �n-ry buii b* made pMaonaity si ths local land offce for toe district la watch lbs toad I* sliuaw, Tbe humcateader la required to perioral the ecndlt'os* ceacected iberowttB uadcr eae of hervllowlog plana.) 1. At !��! an of the land In each j>�ar for tfento fear*. 9. It tkc father(>r aoth*r, if th* father la teccaaed) of the home-wader resides spot) a farm In the �l\ ^ I lh0,e lM n *Tx ntHXl in "choo�*t|l,� beings and those who read the'the added pressure, the uolitw should * *V/ X AVW JL VJUXy^ JLO I itho l,reso,H of ttn urithnwHic text-!poo||) now w,, fcaw ft k)N?nor apppec. | rot|fy tlM, vuali>UMIt whenever the WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS  book with examples in it sous not'(ation o{ ,t rhl! iVlvrtulmn,nt h waste the tinu* of the teacher. Men's nl'oeo soled mid heeled iu 30 miiiiituB. Prtw 8I.IX). =~. GERMAN SVe�t of lietttley Co. The Best of Candy -AND- nunrber of students presetit. Stock Saddles S Farm Harnnss, Conconl Harness, Straps, etc., nlwoys on Z Wo can gtiurnntee yon contploto Btttisfr.ction. hand. J i , , (Sucuossors to Horner & Hutchinson) Che Botel Hrlitiaton FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. The members ot the School Ath -let'ic Club met on Monday and do-�jcic>d that a meeting would be hold I to arrangb for a baseball team this GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC )J(CELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY Ily the way, is not tho "OUsanv" a peach of a name1? I wonder what | they ate going {o glonnrr. Th�y I might begin on the cinders in tho LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA i "Our new servant hits very sharp car*." ; "Well. then, toll her not to scratolt the woodwork uround the key hole 'with them" .Spring is coming! Tho 1 oys nr�> playing marbles. That's always an i unlalling sign. Tho ground is not in '.very KC*>d condition for marWes, but ; k is going on Just tho same. j From PilTerent Toints. I j "Father, you wens born ht California." "Vcs, my son." "And mother was born in New-York?" "Yes." "And 1 was born in Indiana." "Yes." ' Say, Had. don't it beat the Hutch how we all got to^�thor?" TF.ACHKUS' ASSOCIATION. The public school teachers once more had the good foruunt to txt entertained by their chief. Principal Hamilton and Mrs. Hamilton, on Thursday evon'n^ Inst, on lho occasion of the February mewting of the Toachers' Association. Thu members fo'lowed with deep Interest an excellent paper on IVnnyson, given by Miss McCture, who dealt briefly with tho life of this representative Kn^Hsh poet and showed how his ,ifo is reflected in the grefft poems. "In Monvorian" and "idyls of \lv> King." A thoughtful paper on evolution by J. Morgan, II.A., was tho sui-Iject of considerable, discussion. The wrtt.r discussid the subject with a 11 road sympathy for preconceived re- j SCHOOL SHOILU OI'KN AT y.ao ligious thought. He iminliain.o lllle�l. This wit* ordeivHl. Aid. Cunuingliam said th>-council tih0uld not stop till it luui secured it penituiiciu hydmnt pivu -sure of (it) to 80 pounds. t>n I lie reconuiumdatioii of the fln-anoe couunittee, it wan determined to advertise for applications fur a iiueivtary-treasuivr, at a Hillary of Si.500. With thut ofllciuls (isfcitiluut. thrt total salaries for tho olhce will amount to 92.200. n. C. Mooro wrote offering th.� public cemetery to ths city for S1.O00, stating that he had an offer from ano'her uource at that tlgur( !of \\. It. Wiiit-r, ivgislrar i�I dvx a musk ball' in new hotel on Monday. March Kveryoneis invited. The snow is fast disappearing and it looks good to sea water running-Mr. \V. Taylor of the H|>omvjr III'UN TIIK DODIKS. i ii ,u,.,.~wi i>v runch on Milk River, n�turn�i on - srs sr^^rrsis i-^.......�� � K. Reiniger ojvd (I. Bowo.-Tho apeak- �� ^ wwjk� er� who range in atfe from ten to fourt^-en years did very creditably. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oeneral lilacksuiithing and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork In wagons, windmills, fanning mills, cream saparators, grain plcklais, bU:U-siuith coal. UCTHttKIOCC. ALBSHTA. d, ��-' ru'drotwls is Iwgluii-oncetohave th^ dead cattle ihalth ' | l ml JVteri is hauling hjy �rtit 4 V. II. Clark have;.Joe Jmp'es ranch on Rocky; Criuhitt Their ma.ny/r!�nrts 11*. Huokley is ia town 93 ;