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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ZSMKS ,H jjwW! 1 [artjtog! LV F 111J I Rettdcnce, 510 0 N'l O N JT Entertainers' Lightning nnd your r-' Give eef Kidney Pills, the Great Quaker Kidney; Medicine, and seehow well apd fit yott.f after emfaCtftKt xfo? r v J as ray ba-.k. for years. i t. _ i_ ns n I tned everything I i troubled, eiaou.' 30 boxes at alt dealers or The T. MttbunC Oo T fOPto. Stirling, Jan. Mercer, of iiiMWU'.these days spotting'caiile. came ..She -x rms in the East. The people of this going to! be any tiSs-iribhth-. -f to, Taber .to, Sunday, and attend! t_iki" The many .friends of Mr: F. K. F. McKitrick, our former viee-principalf are aid Many of the holiday people X -rsr.rfVifl' _ ?v naye return in .are tCx see many.of.Jthe- J agai J7, Bavmond soon, where bis future w home, s ,to raoye to ho will make "calling at 9.80" a. m p( .j grades commence as usual at 9 T. Harris bad a large tflty stolen from his granary 'The; matter .WbW kept quiet as Mr. Harris Vas trying find "the They have been fraoxl down and wilf shortly be- brought to justice. at held .evening, prtased the, resolution that pupils attending" school for the first time must enter within two weeks 'after the opening: of; the autumn, at Years or at Easter. A. number of young men met one evening last week tor the purpose of; organizing a Young-Men's Club. club is to be known as the JRaymond Epicurean Club. The following ere were" elected: President, "H. Brew> Vice-President, Grant Sifcretary, B. 13.'. Smith; ZE. Skouson. School, IStwrary Society will ttold' their' next "meeting' Jan. 15, t A. good is being prepared. pro- CLARESHOLM. coldCwea- nd thether-1 ;Clareshoun, has uaometefwaa aoout zero all day to- day. Despite' the- fact that" we had a very cold winter two years Ago, yet it is generally agreed that the wea- 5, once or twice of late been colder than, the town has previously experienced. This being. Saturday there Avere quite a number in town, E. AY. Frost is recovered "-from'his temporary .indisposition. Wm. Moffatt and Sons are trans- porting, across country -a large amount to The newly-elected School Board rield- their first meeting since, th'e election, Braren was elect- ed chairman for the year. Messrs. Amundson, Braren and Sleeves were appointed a finance and Messrs. Camies and Tillotson a works' and' property -Committee. There was some discussion as to the necessity or another school, and the works and property committee were instructed to -bring in .a report as to the pres- ent building. As to a new school it additional new __ The new xip four aiew school "Harms" widely scattered districts; Miss Hamilton. 'imd'-Miw Barker the principal, a staff of 'eight teachers. 7- j Orie ,of the most delightful social events of season was 2Cew jln'Honor of President Thomas Ihice ianuljarly .knownl as "Uncle Tom" in the Card- ston district. The Alberta Stake building was v with a_hundred relatives And friends, enjoyed fully the., of the evening, which. consisted of jsongs, speeches and the 'occasion" and "the At the close1" the prograin' light re- freshments served, ianol -die party broke up at midnight, with s general hand their j and each Year.. The time of his Honor Justice, Ja- cobs somewhat Jsken- up this Cardston, with' is not, afraid to handle them; and their efforts" to law and evade its punishments "are interest- ing to the student of human nature, doubly so to the law-abiding citi- zen-. -T Word has 'just- been received of-the death of Ephraim Earl the- fourteen year old son of G-eorge Bea- nstt, of Kimball- The tended school last was! taken, -ill: with w supposed lo j be quinsy'on'Monday night, -and that the ttoftw M krfl SITUATtOHS VACANT Collides Apply j.--. to j jr YOU ak FKAGBA3TCE and it boats of friends. Are anide ooduoed; selk to men. pro- 4nd eicloHTe tetxi- Addwsft "BoyaV Alb? S3- work and big TCTT to Box liiS, i r- LUV h .Sold onJy in Lethbridge by general servant sr-wrw-d. Apply J. W. Bawd corner Glyn >Tid5Gounland Sis., j isuiaeir Wfcca tie, skis breaks in 6? cnurely to an blc-d good, OJT-c FACE. Gold Error, 'with. Soces bottle. J arr as0 a, result ,ihe .E school guarantined.nntiL there. is tno of aa epidemic. ing ibe win be vlhe recent, in maun- trains- ao .diows xsba.1 a benefit -asday aerrice, -and; Medicine., Hak be .to 'the Jjne.- We the benefit lie pasen- ger carbon, the.iray, as nian; food Tinted by Jas: LAND ciote BlockT-' scrip, V, 21-O Time a.waxe reguar' day train fcarr' the the manr settlers v arriving tnfs year. to" Mene .be a rreat convenience Jo flie busineae r CURFEW IN HALIFAX., V "Hsdiiax, Jan.. enforced Halifax. onev before -T -If f-tl i.n'rwKf J church'' and Sunday REAL EtTATE ings during., orgariizingj appoiritiiig coinmattees-t'O: look after the various town, and making a start V on the .business v of the" year. Aid 'holds bi-weelclv ?-r post office-was made money people TMlClTldCC _. tleroen-t town-affairs "'for ".the5 "year 1909 and '13 I the enforcing of local'option law._ BOWllStAND. Bow ters Mand, Holman, JBay Hardy, 7A. Michelfon was ..the, feeHng. school ni j -.i-_i.' as-large -as the present railding. probable 000. The school ordinances were discussed, to 'M. Y. Cannon has closeed chase cof Wie are- sony to lose Mr. Cannoia, hk is farmer as ing freight shed yet. However, the C.rrJ- .__.-' -r earned Bright .past Mediciiie I and "dropped "off on thej-etanijot Besides all, let- WA8TE OF TLMEr means loss of power and-in-' come, Business makes money. day, sesstjaa, particulars our yours it you nesalCollege, Stafford..Block.- ,v-. wc- at Bow Island for -points 4 IFresh Oysters if i 4--i "r Ulterta fiestaorant: s t alL.Houw Olivet Phone VJ -J t. J Ttie Slberta and CompaBy the GHiBApisT _ ON: TH% MARKET lots lortt uf Riilmri ail fat of NntoiinterlM; EACH. Also a Acre Lots East of Westminster .Road, each v ft O Interest 6 per oeot, per thnnni 12, months, paid paTinontET posjTiyEty _i f after ------f j -C. give you witil "'days after --jr -iiG M trains are Tunnina through re- -R" -JihTl-ff ,.v OUR 1> .yearly Trunk most popular iiimmer be, North; Apply V .POR-.SAUE. FOJl WJialey nev .condition- balance diistallments.' Box PRIVATE SALE of household effects, commencing in- clu-dinffi mission and niture, cooking etc. May be seen, during day or. ing. J, McKeowji, Dufferin, St.. south FOR SALE-One "set "fight harness, MfrT Hudsoni Bay XJo." T or any over 18 may homestead a Domini toba, or Alberta, XhcJ a. 4. applicant must appear person i <5r ot Bub V 's, 5 s f or" tEe" HKtricf. made "mt j- oa certain by mother, son, daughter, brother or f f ter of intending 2 Six residence lire within nine' miles of bis a iann of at solely owned and occupi his father, mother, son, quintet-section stead. Price per resid entry (including: the time required earn "4 acres extra A homestead right, and; .oannot FOU _, ,0 .4.1 per-aci-e. worth Amricm. Qliroate seldom below aero. rich Buy, now at low'price, and An investment of cash for 40 acres will make you within two years or for 160 acres will make you We 000 acres for don't have to live on tfiiiliuad to own it. Send 35 cents lor beautifo! pictures, map and particulars. .B. .Sntll, Rooms I and 2, Block, over Eureka Theatre. Entrance Duffevin St., Lethbridge, 4 ago., 1 aged 4 years for-'rV information'1 ".WIriasor "Hotel, Lethbridge. -4 SC AVENGING, desiring done or closets tion. cleaned, Police 8ta- 09.96 .light ,-driying horse, both hind feet white ;v branded arrow, and shoulder; flO.O" for, .return --to G. Aleacander, b'ght driving horsed hind white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder- for Treturn to GK Alexander, Lethbridge, '80-0 PONY EXPRESS. If you- wish trunks, or baggage delivered ESTABLISHED 186i HBTchants Bank of Canada Heserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited r j i c_ DrafU Money .Oj-ders of Credit CoaUUU Block, St. 'this ffor. -Deputy of the Interior. publication ol: be r Coal, Ice and DRAYINCi; TrAnifer Co. Office QppoBite Balmoral TO THE JUBUC j 1 out 11 Transfer Co. f Jg 4 I .-I J, Coal deliverea in NeUon ;