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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lace Curtains and A sliipnient. of Ctirtuins end MubIidb ptsEcd iiito sfct k to day. Nacity for five pas-sougors. Ue expects it will arrive here very soon. The Cranbrook Herald says: Mrs. Ureniiier loft on Saturday (or Kay-uiond and Lethbridgo, where, slie will visit with relatives for a whilj and then will go to Calgary and lied Deer, joining Mr. Hremiier in Edmonton ai>out April 1st.. When eggs are scsrse and dear, you have a sure rvmedy by purchasing a box of Dr. Hess* Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the benilay. For sale only by J. D. Higinbothim & Ca. Fcmily and Dispunsing Cb�itiiflt� LGTHBBIDOB. As siion as the Higinboth^m tmild-ing is completed the 'Electric Light Co. will have its ofllces located there. M. VV. aoode. a man was in the city yesterday. Ue is com-sidering the purchase of a big tract of land south of Taber. Mr. Nimiuons,- of Calgary, iutherj of Itobt. Nimmons, was iii the city yesterday looking over local real estate, with a view to investment. At a fire drill at the Central school last week it just to6k forty two seconds to ennpty the school pt its 300 children. F. W. Peters, ass.stant freight traillc manager of-the C.P.R. and Superintendent Erick.son, were in the city for a short time on Friday last. C A. GIgot, manager of the Un-. ion Bank, Cardston. who has been confined to the Oalt Hospital for some time, went south to Cardston on Saturday and returned the same day, proceeding to Nelson, U.C. to recuperate at his hoiiH>. The "Clurcsholju Review says: Dopl-ey Bros, have sol'J out their liviery business on 3rd Si. North to R. B. A'anhorn of the Little Bow.' Dooley Bros, have been in biisiijess here fur over two year."* and during that time have made many friends. They are Ed. McKenzic the dairyman, has purchased the Harris farm. C. M. Arnold the new appointed city ensineer, arrived Tuesday night. Mrs. J. J. Johnston will not re-cehe tomorrow, Friday, March 1st. W. Hill and wife of the Little Dow returned this week from a trip to Mexico. W. (J. SlJwmons addressed the Canadian Club at Edmonton on Monday last on Capital and I^bor. � The ('. P. If. and the Alberta railway ure now operating their freight bu.sinuhK Ml tlie new freight sheds. .1. W. Hawdeii ha.s taken out a permit for IX residence on Olyn Street, and t'rud (tick for one on Cralibe St. Dr. Barrow, provincial health of-flcor, rupurtM that smallpox is al-tnusl wholly stamped out in Southern Alberta. .los. Brown, wht� fornKirly conducted A chicken ranch to the south of the city, is .going to locate at the ncv- city of Prince Rupert. E. .). Cook, of the'Eden Rest ��oul-try Farm loaves on Tuesday next to exhibit some of his prizcwinning fowl at the Edmonton Poultry show. Mis Lane of Toronto, dressmaker, for the Hudson's Bay Co., arrives here the first week in March. Miss Lane's credentials are vary satisfnc-tor.>-. A canvas will be made to ascertain the numl^r of parents, who are |)re-pared to pay a fee of fl.OO per mouth for a kindergarten department in the public schools. W. H. Moore, of Fernie, wellknown in miner's circles here and socialist candidate in the recent B. C. elec -tions for Fernie, has left to tak( mining in the Yukon. Buried beneath four tons of coal. Jos. Harris, a wifHJr at the round house hgd a narrow escape from losing his life. He was rescued by two fellow employees and vas not likuch tiie worse'for his experience. The accident happened through Harris releasing some coal on a car on which he was standing. There was a small fire with largo possibilities in the house lately oc-cui>icd by W. C. Ives, and owned by E. A. Shai'man. Paper hangers work ing there had the furnace overheated ttliith started . some boards nearby, as the" water was turned oil it was necessary to call out the brigade, who quickly extinguished the blaze. O. V. Austin was the author of a \ery well written and interesting Ijjthbridge, Febf 26, 1907. To the Editor of the Herald. Sir,-111 your issue of the 14th inst, your "letter-box" contained a letter 37 lines in length from Messrs. Schoneld &, Co., Vancouver, to the ! writer, asking why aiotter addressed H. Sage (a stenographic error for R, ^a^e) tould reasonably have been held l,y our 1 jcal post office from \o\. Uilth, 1806 to Feb. 7, 1907, am! lliuii have been returned to Van-c(juw:r, without the only public l�wi-iK-ss man of that surnanw having Ijien given an oliportunit.y to prove |)ro|>eriy in Uie letter. liy "letiuest" you,' Mr; lOditor, subjointd a conunentary of-.17 linos on the "long" letter of Messrs. Si-holii^lil, n commentary of "more-o\vrn" and "fiirthermores" in no way bearing on the question asked, 'i'lii; letter wns not reflecting on the action of the "post office stalT here" niboit the remark suggests a neat lilting cap somewhfere. Tiie qiiestion remains unansweroi., Miss Newton; Pres:, Gertie Sta/l'ord, Mce-Pres., ' Nellie Hardy; Secretiiry, IJorn Nimmona; treasurer, Jessie Conn. Committee, Winnifred Hyssoi>, Cook, Valeria Crofts, Minnie atatJilaugh, Oretta Link. W. H. Lee, sign painter, who' has opened a siiop on Round strecti next to the S.A. barracks has just turned out a first-class piece of work in oil painting, representing a liucking bronco, taking fright at a passing rabbit and endeavoring to throv. itv ridt>r. The painting is highly colored and shows ulxiautiful mountain background. Mr. under way, which dian sliooting a mountain lion. lohn I. Eokin. the popular cashior of the A.R. & I. Co. and Wm. Matthews, assistant accountant of A.R. & 1. Co. in. tho ofllces of the same company entered into tho real estate business this n'eek imdor tho firm name of Eakin &. Matthews. They will have their offices i!i the quarters at present occupied by the Electric Light Co. Both gentlemen arc well known and highly esteemed in the city. They have lots ��( iii-crgy and are sure to build up n  u: business. A despatch from .\mhorst, N. S., suys: The ricatii of Mrs. Jane Pipes relict of tho lata C. Richard Pipes, the first warden of the municipality of Cumberland, occurred at the residence of her son, J. McCully Pipes, at the age of 75 years. She leaves five daughters and two sons. The daughters are Mrs. Wm. Ripley, Mac-can; Mrs. Thos. .1. Lawrence, Nap -pan; Mrs. Carter, Miss Augusta and Miss IkiUe at home. The sona are Brown, Lcthbridge, Alta.; and J. McCullj', merchant at Nnppan Stat-iim. Mrs. Frank Black, of Amherst is a niece of the deceased. The Edmonton Bulletin says: Mrs, McCaig was the hostess at a large and enjoyable tea on Saturday afternoon, Mrs. McCaig who was assisted in receiving liy Mrs. McQueen ' and Hiss Jean McCaig, wore a pretty gown of chumpaignu voile with dain--(y blonde luce trimmings. Miss McCaig wns prettily gowned in white organdie. In the tea-room Mrs. Ferris and Mrs. K. W. McKenseio presided at tho tea-table which was artistically decorated with daflodits crly sought- by gerser-(onn and grabbed him as a prize. H. Rally, 3rd baseman, 5 feet 7 inches, IndeiJendent League. R. W. Spring, outfielder, 5 feet 9 inches. Queen City League. Cy Voung, 2nd baseman, 5 feet 11 L�o has another'.inches, South Atlantic league, represents an In-j C. J. Lindsoy, 1st baseman, 6 feet a inclies, Columbus, Ohio. , Manager Neirstheimcr has gone down to Columbus, Ohio, to secure several more men, and then to Law-roncohurg, Ind., where he has nis eye on Kerr, a spit ball pitcher and highly recommended. 'i'lie contracts of Red Perry and Brownie McClain are being secured. There will be about 20 players sign ed, of which about 12 will be carried. 4 4 f 4 r> a nnwwity and au everyday daligM at IHtls cost. Ask us how little. C. W. GRAY �i)�>�a�Mmni Estate FOR j0hnston-s^ FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. SCHOOL FIRE DRILL. On Friday last the members of the local board of education visited the central school to see the pupils there in a fire drill. Unexpectedly the alarm was sounded and inside of thirty seconds everyone of the three hundred and tventy-ftve pupils were outside the lioors and in five seconds more all were clear of the building and any possible danger. The trustees were well pleased with the speed and order of tho pupils, which reflects considerable credit on Principal Hamilton's efforts in this most important matter. COALDALE NEWS. EVANQKLISTIC S'ERVfCKS. Thursday evening, subject. "Judas Iscoriot Defended." . Friday evening, special address to young people. Everybody' welcome. .Sunday, 11 a.m., Union Services in-Wesley Church. 2 p.m., Mass meet -ing of Sunday School scholars in the Baptist Tabernacle. 3 p.m., icc-tiii� in Wesle.v Church, subject, "From Bar room to Pulpit." Doors 0|H!n at 2.3a 7.80, Union service in and sweet peas. The tea-table of J Weslt-y Church, subject, "The Man polished oak was centered by a cut-;on the Down Grade. " At 10 a.m.. glass vase of daffodils which rose from tlie /limy drapings of white tulle, sprinkled with i tiny ferns. Mrs. Ail'.n Fraaer served the ices for a time, being relieved by Mrs, Mc Queen when she passed on to another tea. Misa Margaret Clarke, MJm Strdght and Miss MuCautey Assisted in servinir tha refraahnMnta. a prayer circle will be held in the Voung Men's parlor of tho Wesley Church, to which all Christians and \H>TH(�m interested are invited. A partj'. of thirty-four land seukeis will be here tomorrow. Hatch and. CoouH received word from the O. ,W.^ Kerr Co. to that effect yesterday. Boating was quite a recreation among the young folks during the nice-weather, but this cold snap has put a stop to that and the next will be skating.  Messrs. Heighea and two sons, Pillsbury and Tappin filed on their homesteads last week. Their Ijxnd is north and west from hero. They report lots of good land out there. Mr. Leroy Cokely left Friday for Medicine Hat. He has gone to do surveying for parties there. Mr. Austin of I.ethbridge coiuliitted services here Suniiay. Mr. S. Hjlemstud sold one of his engines to Mr."''Roonoy of Lethbridge 'The latter expects to install in his planing mill there. Mr. Oeo. lleighcs, Jr., hoxl quile a mishap on Sunday evening. He hud just brought jiis horses out of the stable to hitch them up, us he turn-e�l to. shut the dQi>r his team gave a jump and started. Jerking the reins from his hands. He did not find them until ten o'clock next morning, anil they were several miles south east of Ixtthbridge. Quite a lot.,01" snow fell Moniln.v and Tuesdu.v, but we hope to >ie it go soon. Oft in the stilly night Ere slumbers chains have boimd me The neignbor's cuts begin to yi'll, And raise Cuin all ai'Oiind nio. We had such lovely weather the past week aixd everyone wont out in enjoi' themselves, the items for the r-rosN were forgotten until too lute. '--- i). J, Whitney ai>d W. C. Ives dls-pused of antithl;r forty acre tract for subdivision - purposev > to Oolgnry parliea this week,. ' NOTICE. In the matter of tha estate of Charles A. Gidnoy, late of the City of Lethlaldgo, in the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that pur -suant to the order of ths Honour -able Mr. Justice Stiwrt dated, has the contract fur ffaaJborill|[|-ar- ' rived in tho city this w�k..^:^T|l nkacbinery has not arrivad yet';-''iMitv^'';;., as soon an it does wori^i'irlllfbs: inanced." ' ,' , ^ufK i ;