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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ATlPTOlSTAifORD It a Wat>rwor:;s System in tkit VMaic. � mayor t.nd all Iho aldormcn were prrscnt at the Town Council iiBdetinj: MoiMliiy night., 0. A. Lltilc appl'i..ccn a crjn'.lidatu in Wes-t' Ansi-nit'join, iio wIss. W'c t'o not 1)0-U(�vo a SMi:.{le ixi-s n fxpc-.'icd Mr. Pingto w�m�d Ic eloctpd if thore ba 1 iKcni a fonlvs!.. As to ih> Mwlicine Ilat mm s ai'cii.>iition.s ni^uin.'.t Hon. Priin"; O.'.v'or i nii others, �vo h;�vc siitftckiit. conflifonre in t'.K honot'ty fin;l inu'ijniy of I'Vank Olivtv to entirely tliscix- that ill ct n � LEAVE SQUARE ALONE Mvkc liven ToK/n CMincii by tlie CMrdo( Trade. Ko\rt4- of lUimpas slrjct � ('r�t�I:o stn-ift bIm> xskcd tor sw-i�r and water i:oiin(H:tion.s from Boin-paa tttroet to Courtl^nd sirect. Tho Works af'i'rop^-rty CoininUlL'e will 'ffi'inuo-(Ko Council proposjd contiiiuin:.r tho anniiji -grant to the; I'oard. TiVc conunuuica-.t.inn was rc'farrid to iho coHimittco nn Market atid Inunigrjtirn. Tho lAgriciiltural Soc-iety was Rran fiOil Prolmljly Mr. I'iiv^lo will tin.i of the s-iuarc. rL-';''ist�>r(d {"n ni(mid^ii:e of 71. In jtht; following suminpr a college tuiW-i Was prcftfd, c(;SliinK $12,000. I'lhta was thottght^ sutncitnt for �jn�o  linux to coino. bivt l.oforc tihcclosoof ;tho collfge'ypar it wa.s found tt-,>ooH- _ |*�ary to doublo the capacity of tiio jhui.'dins. and evtn with that ad.ti-The Board of Trade, at a "H> ""Jjijon then.. i� njt stirtlcient rorni t.o last night,. expre*�:d strory ."I a v | proval of any attempt to ' �H'^pHcatioii!� that are *>;>- had nolitcd that the su^gipstirn hid injs ivceivc*!. Wh?n it is remointoered . th.a In WvclilTe College Chapol. Toron to, on ihe evesiiDg of I'V:riinry 28t'h, I90�i, wn.s celobratt;:! the marriage of Miss NcHie Sherman to Mr. Ocergc , ____ ,\\' K. Matllicws, rccmtly of i-cth- tetl thJ ii.�e of tho Conn;.il Cham-i jj,. Coltcn. of Trinity for the farmers" institatc woe'^-j thnrdi, omciating. . wl'.iciv Ibetn made ol Use town lo erect uareliousfs at H'c �',rlli cfi I of the s-juurc. Mr. livlaiitis did r.ot thiiilx ll:e Coi"H-il was SH'rioiiH in the mittcr. , ,, � r .i ��cd 111 I if V aip-i *^""wif�- J hero is a staff o* i* inff oil ^laixh C ^ Oco. McLnani town teanisler, wrote applyin.j for an increanc in salary. The :npplicatscn Was refcrrcfl (o the Works Property Commii'lA.o. : .1. llce.1 addres:,9ed the Council in ; r. femice to tho char,:.c made for water s-upplied to I a'ieries, claiming :�thi5 "Same to be exctssive. Tho ro-V^^ was ref(>rr�> Conimiitco to report. The solicitor was instructed to write, to the .Vllis-Chalmers-BuUock Co., Sijying that Uic Coimcit will cn-gnire Mr. Ite.d to operate the pump on the understanding that his engagement does not imply that the town takca over -the pumfs. Tha salary of Mr. Kccd was fixed at $80 Per month, to date from March 1, 190(>. It Was ,d;^-id(>d to buihl a small f'!ud at tho Wistmin.iU'r s.hoal to contain firo hus.? for the north ward. The 'crK, fiskinj; the town to lay wat-t.r mains in that village- A vosoUi-tlon v-a�'piikscd notifying the Staf-fcrJ ratepayers th?.t it. was not th� intentitn of tho town to lay water main) oiit.(*.2r> for Ko^ruary. Ih.'i draft petition to ti.e government, in reference to the tiow ci,ty ; charter, was srlimittoU mil onk^rttl to be slgnetl by the Mayor aiwl I ei-. TImi Water Ma.ster rcportcooley, the Secrotary-Tii'asiuror was initructt-d to notify the supsrintcnd-4ntof the U. X. W. M. P. thjt after May 1. 1B06, n,T water must be de-liverrrd to partie.s livin^.; outside of the barracks grounds. . The following r^ccaunti wer^ .sib-mitied: G. B. Bowmun.................$ 5.49 .1. AHUcroft..................... 6.50 Northwest Jobbing Co......... 1.35 Wefirtem Stationery Co......... l.OO Wcntein Transfer Co............ 10.00 Ircn Works...........;............. 11.31 Bcirticy Co........................ 3.T5 Mar�:iall Wells, freight.......27.19 R. Sasc......; ..................... 3.00 (Ico. Itogcrs...... ............... 10.55 Adams Lumber Co............... 9.98 AdamN Ltimbcr Co............... 32 Fire Brigade..................... 250.00 (.tiaft. A. Strelinscr............ 52.00 ,C. W. Gray........................ 20..S0 .1 .r. JohiiKton..................... 3.25 Qucn:; Sung........................ 75 Morris &, Heiidrichs............ 46.15 J. K. Kdwarilfi.................. 2.00 Iron Works........................ 13.69 �eo. BoBeiK....... ............. 123.78 Adanii(-'Lumber Co............... 219.66 v.lE^V�. Stewart.................. 25.00 Thy de;e:jct;s to tli.- miiiiicipal un-if.n at Calgary wore in.slructwl to .say � hat the. Cciincil woul in proportion to population iowqiyI tV e-xpenvs oi the imir.n. Wesley Collece. Wnnipey. has teen doing wortt f.>i* :.\e.\rs. otily registennl last year an ' nltendanco of 231, it will lo Ecen I how reiiiaiikable \a the grovth of A1-. v. W. tirjy reiiinrii ho".!s,:s wore biiilj. Muve. the mill would ni.'*.) he erected there Coin jtendi'iH. The de|>r.rtiiienls at work i nr.' arts*, coninvercial, mu.sic and Vlo- Tho "bride, wht' was'givcn away hvi "^^j. ,7, \ tV. n Iv rmo.'.-I ^'"t'"" and physical training. The her father looked charming in a dresj - y. � ' " ' iexpt n.,c is $1.50 p^>r week for room., - . _. j_ ,ii.,inii,,. of croamcn3pe-de^hi�e trimmed with,t.;/ho protect. ^^.^^.^.^^ ^o.. e.xclu.,ive cf>''*'"" lace. with a white hat end carried a large l;oHiit�et of bride's ro*.'s. W. Henil.r.von s,-,i"P- temled" piitt.njt up a biff �.nd losllj, ho! n r ' s'l i I I.\'-.�.h . 11 ie rep- S.S.IIOIKEIB IkM � CMWHilNli T�M IMS Week* Tho Sabbath School Institute hell in Knox Church on Tuesday, afternoon and everting, w a fair v.t-tendance, and was v^ry interesting and helptut to 8al>l:�th school wcrit-er�. Jn the a't^rnoon !i:�.9ipn th} chair W(\s taken by Kcv, J. TO. liiigh�on, end after devotional, exor-cisett a iiplcntiid addres-s was giycn b,v O, D. Austin m the "BabUath sihool jiidgeU in Doe light of the day school." Mr. Austin held that the Sabii)ath school anl tha dn.v si-hool are vns in their object, to mak� :nanhooworthy factti-ji' ni appi'icant hslewn t;iin.di nwa.v from tho institution, even if he hnd not the nroney to ray his ex-j n a*. Hi.'j nolo wa* taken ml timci jfciven to redeem it. This hts licen The groom's pres. nt to the bri::e wa� n ifold tmcelct, t n:l ta th . bridosiTutid a pearl croscont. Mr. Kllis, of Wydifle Colle:.e, presided at the or.f.n dur'ng th. plo.v-ing of the wedding m.-.txh s. After the ceremony tiw happy couple had to pa.�s through two 1 nes o" Kitudcnts nnti uiio-.ts 'n tiiq hull of the College, �hi showered (h w with rice, ari^ ga>'e fhem o rousing .send-off from the irent of tho Oo1k>ge, cheeting and giving their CoHe c yell, A reception' wcs atlorw�r�ls hsIJ'at tho honu!- of the bride's father, 230 Beatrica street. At-out forty guc�t? -sat do�n to Iho we^ll-iadin tabi-3. Mr. and Mrs: Matthews werei tho recipients of mr.ny bun.lojme and �is.-ful presents. TOOK OIIT LICF.VSES. pc.'jsiijle r.nly through ih> generosity ixsant the Hoard on a depuiati ii' Methodist people, every church which gws to IXImunlcn tomorrow'^^^o'"'"''"�'"Ji �� a-wtt^n' amomt to to in;vrviC'w tho, goveuvm n; on siinll > �'a''^* >*"-^ support ot^tlw Ci Hcge. Al-fcht colleciirn^. | ''C'tt College has a treat fnturo te- Cn motion of W. A. Buihrn.^n ani ! Mr. Ryland.^i, it wa.s un. niinnusly do ; ,� cidcn=> in >""iry Cleric III wninn's ortlc,-�, the following licensee have l:e,in rinoved this year; Hoarding houso, $1.5 each-Mrs. M. E. Bevine. Mrs. C. TowIe, J. T. Davies. Billiard la'.l.-Olt rnd Bulioe'c, 1 tables, $50: Wall, o end ira.-(Ins Nortg. Ihs i'oilowiiig have pot Icen nowed or applied for: Irfiundr.t^-Tom Hoy. Bray-Joe TourAille, B. Ooin. O Firth. SL'PriEMP. GOirUT IS STILL SITTIXO (Coiitri!iutcd.) Tho oPFAnent.s eif compulsor.v vac-would result in a lot of odvo; t n . ['��"'''on in tha schools we;;^ victori-in Eastern papers for tlve fcjwn. oasi by practically a unanimous Vota possible. A resolution endoi-sing the iiropos- |the t:t>ard of .education lest night.' cd Crnadian As-waiaicd I'uss, aii.ljto sitrike oubjjargely favorinif a .swfc.sidy for it from tlie B.i-; f'*-^ ''^iniivmait of � vaccinatioa cor-' nibfc i niinir.n Government, wis id >p:fil in motion of O. H. .fohn r ii :>ii'l i' Sick. Mr. Sick foiin.'l inu � i s;i;i|>iii in .t protest he made to i-:.- IS i irl aviaiii.-t the poor froight s.>rvi: ? , n lh,y I' U. A motion was errried i,Btni:t-in^ i he Secretary (o write lo (ho C, P, It. ft'^aiji urging a Letter eon- tificaie for ndm'iDsii.n to the ..hoal was. after eonsidcrai.lo debat?, Cyr- in e.|Uipme:>t, an;l in th.! wcrii dons. The address drew lort'i a �pV:ndid di�cu8!'ion, Itev. C. H. Ifttest's, of Edmontin, then heW ah o^'np*"!lament oil "Modern s.hool methods," in which many problems of tha work were token up aid ably elcnlt with. Mr. HucsLiH proved hinu^jlf rnasiter of the siibjcit in all its asiiects. I'he evf-niiii session was nioro larg-joly ctton.?dcd tfc.n wa.s that of tho' aftcr:io-n After tho devotioiiil op-enin;, tho chairmin. Rov. Bi CI. Mc-Phail, cilleti on Ikv. .- nl l>a.'s.nzer loc.Ls nnrih f*;'*'�'' tl;o introeluclitii of vile ani-, p,p,^j.,,1 f,^,. nial ; niatter " into tho sysrtenw ofvork. fivight and wcKt Pa-'s.i>.3er loc .l.s of Mac.'eoJ. Scripture. Students were urged to ore tho latest scholarship in study-Ihn Bible, in order lo be well their Sunday school Mr. Buchanan drew th.; Boirds at-jchildren. Vi: Ogden.s trcfume.rt agiiin.-it. the motion con.�}iKt.^ of .��'ies .showing ihyj binsflts t�f vaccination.-'I'oronto tilo!e. , re- A LEITEU J'nOM V. S, PIXCUi;. The Editor of the Herald: , Boar Sir,-I iioliec in your issue of Wtdncsdiiy, 2lKt I'e'.ruary, ar-| tide in the c'litorial it .'ins in which I you slate "That fellow Pingic, ofj McKliciiie Mat. takes himself vcr.v seriousily. He iniagiiici, no doubt, that if ho had been nominated, ho Would haVe be-eii elojieil. So OMeel.'.' thinks .so though." 1 bog to take except on to thc-'^o ronijurku. from a nessjual stanclpcAnt. and 1 have to say there ar;- a great many l�cople who not i;nly thought,, The Suprome Court has teen sit-tinjv f'inco Tuesday. Chief .Im.ti.-c Sifton i.� piesitlinj;. Mcftt of yc-itcr-da.v w^ff tjikm up vith snjal debt Tho caro of Bex vs. liitilo, for horf.e -stealing, was disposed of by the Crown. rhe casj of He2' vs. Van llornc. in which the defendant wcR charged with as.sault with intent tt a hors,', resulted in a verdict of $2..'to for the plaintitT. Anolh.?-r civil action, that of .lane Bradshaw vs. .T. B, Uirie. wo."� hcM over. i;hlil l.hc next sitlin.:j of the court. 'e .siaid the k � repruHontativc for .-Xs-siuiboia West. I might niention that Mr. C. H. Mitchell, the returning officer, tho Hon. Walter Scott, the H tlMtt the people of Canada aru not ^wllb Jyou, and the po.ipio wilt rlwii in'.tlieir.might ono of thowdaya anir'�^U�f)rou>nd these who' hold th,ff3i|ni>^,o|ii,nlon aa you'do. yonl^flM;,ifitKiiy, g.vo thia Pi^oinli '-^---------- - ''Idtar ii,*i,(;in>>dur PM>er, or I will ,(Q|y k Uk�i riopa th�i will your vv*luab!o ^ i~- if'"' ' " YaAm iv$iDcctfMlly. whole i|Ucf-.t'ion restc-:! on the truth or fal-fvliv of iWcTnnis' iharfee Hgain�t Scott, nnd for the purpose of ai*Kr-tain ng !h^ iriiih he aiggc^e:! tihnt thv-y !^;'t iisiile the evidence pt Thos. McliiniH, tho (ditor's ion, wher overheard Ihj convcrs.vt icn durir.g the It was," he said, obtJin-KUKpicious circumsUance�. whiih di.screditod it. The toHtimony of (lofi�nd.',nl he s.,id iiiusit alf^c ho pai'tMlly jud./cd ly the character of the fon's statoin.nt. As between Mc-Ir.nia and Scott, His Lord^iiip SalJ tha'ntlitiido a.s!.un!od ly ouh 'in giv-in.i ovidciico mu)*t he considered. .Scott anaweivd a llni! of $100, the piirp.iso of the prosecution ;bein^ conviction raih-'ir than punishawint, tentiein to the intcnlieii of Hi.' Oram] Trunk Pacific to l.uild i branch line from Calgary to t'V.o bour.dar.v.. On his motion, sacjmlort by G. n. Juh-Ks^ten, th;! St�re^lary was iii.otructed to commuuicate w.'th the G. T. P. officials ml urge fli:' claim of I.eihbriaaon is almost with us. Once mo're wema.v hear if vo will tho gracious iflvitnlion of otir .Masiter, "Come ye apart, tiwi ro't awhile ' � Be) not let. your roart/.ation of the re.ilii.v of this invitation . ba dcadciieHi b.v !it~s con.-itant reiteration ye.-r bj yodf- Pant, l-ont."* h^vo ho.-fii to you what ,vou have made them. li .you have not iKnefittcd by your participation -of ita disviplino the blame must n.)t be laid upon the seaf�, I hope j on Vf>u will make'n seriowA effort, to eii-Utr into ihe spirit of this holy sa.\-son ihis ye.-.r. May I eiffer one or two practical The IjCthLKdge Brewing rn:l Molting Co. makes tt .rioHs complaint, .... . .a. .... , , , , , sogge-sitic n.s:: Prayer is "'tnei Bivath against the C. P. R.'s method of ^S,,. s,,,," and th,> Holy Commun-handlin.^ the freight out of l^eth- i^n "Uic Bread of. Life ' Attor.d a� bridge. iitanv of tha t'hurth ocrviccH aa yon 'On Monday, Feb. M).- s.iys Eritz t"^^. f�*"^^ ,. . , ...^ your communions; wjt a�do a I'h vW Sick, of the Brewing Co.. wo ship- p^^;,,,, y^,, private .fc-votlons pcd o carloaeer p.-�st to Tal>-or, hut did not get t.iiu until Mon. rtii tins unless I r hip by exprefs. If ti^e C. P. R.^jfas to give nie goo And out if (hoy are any more accom-modat';�g than the C. P. R." Mr. Sick's chnrgo that i\ took th* C. P. R. four days tc>*pu|l o cur from Ijoth'iridgo to B'airniorv), r.!-| (piircs an explanation from (he officials of the ri�ad. As far a� t'le I Herald can learn, the local otncials, aro not to blame, ns (hc,V do their utmost to i.t'cohimo'.latc shippers, hut 0.1x1 iTKake some simpln rule of dtily Bible rcad,'n.$; ar/andr.n li^ht reading and ill its place 'take up some usoful hook (I shall lie pleased to tond any suitable booi.s I may'iiave to thoao who elesiro it): ahstain,from r.ny f>oc-ial enlortaiiiaH^t's. If (o thoio t^im- all (hat ora horn men to all that is human." The. subject matter should include.nature study atdUhe stud>-of modern inissien^.ry ofTort; But for s{.�:tty thi'rc is no too'i Hke the Bible. The tea(hi>r fhoiild know Ihc Bi: lo devotivnr.i'.y &a the Book of Life, and, moreover, Kh:;nld be able to "eff tbin^s in it as (ha writers saW them. In dealing with tho third problem, tho speaker said 1h.-,t a teacher .should realise that a chdd is-not a little man or'woman, but that the'r world 'is a.different world altogether. He must not cr.i�h the ohild'H impulses, but must csi them to make sc-moCiing ibetter. He must appeal to the whole boy. There are no ha'l boys, .seeming badness fceinj' only misiiirected instincts. The teacher himsalf must roali'/e how mrious hiv work is and have his whole Kaart . to it. He must prove truth by li\i:u:{ it, and lie what ho �*ant� Ifis pupils (o bo~. One of the beneficial results of Mr Huestis' visit Was the organi/�tion mot!i�n of Rev. J. E. Hughson iinl n. Higinl/otham, of a Stimlay Srhool Ass popular lieiid �if this growinj; and |Vr,>H-perous iiid.str.v, , Fritz Sic'j. 'I'ht' bivwcry is kcepin.? pace wt,th the - elo-voKtpnKnt of the coimtry, and, if mices.'Hiry, it can n;)W turn out 15.-0(90 barrels a .Vear. Three thouj^mi'l kegs, and .ni.x huniltxtl half barrels are kept moving in and o*'t of town, and another conHiig'iiment of kegs ii cn the way hero from MilwatiVea. Last inoirth 29,088 pounds of malt mRnufacturod at the biovycry paid a roven 10 duty to the governnic^nt of 1 Jc. a pound, over 400 altogether. Mr? Sick told (he HaMld tho ot'lier day thrtt ho iKctl 'ietW(cn 1,500 ant .1,800 bi:�Iie!s of barley a year, Riid he piirihiised it nil from around Ijoth'oridgo. Tl the farmers raino more bnrlej', he .say.s 'h(> is roafl,\' to buy it. Some very important improvomcnt i liave Icen iii.i.le n'. tho bi-awcr.v recent !.>'. In tho big tank rcom in basement arc now to bo foun;l s!?vcn' SO-'imrrel pro.ssuiv t..n';.s and four SO-barrol f.^ laiiiis. Mr. Sic-k has � introduced hero an arraii jonicnt whereby hber is bott lo t-ntargX! the capacity of tho fermenting cellar, .�o thai ho will have (wo more rows of tan'ci. The ino.'st modern sysiem has been intrOd in transmlttins the grain into tlic drying rticms and out again (o (ha ncales. I'ocket elevat-or. test west of Winnipeg. The ben-r, which i.'s making Loth bi'iitge famous, is being sliippekl over the south country, a"d to. all lira (own.s, .".ivd if 1 ho proper railroad facilitie.s were at hl.s di'rpos-al, Mr. Sick could cover .a far greater territory. Tlie brover.V'.s givinlv onipUivnieilt to a good ileal f labor, fullv 18 hand."?, now being on t'lo p:-.y roll. ----i-O----. � SPOUTINfi ITEMS. Tho Calgary .M'-ert n says: Tho people of i.e>tli!jrid?.o want a place in tho AllVei'ta Iniscliall hague SUeh.a league hiis not len foniiod, but ono 'is likely (o be formed, anel they are read.\'. Prom private information Mediciiio Hat is (|uitc as ro.ul.v to get into (he game. H has l.e-en proiiostv:! thn( two leagiie.s,' be tornie I, - S'jtit.hevn and northern. � Tho southern leoguc would include Lethbriplead� at .stain from flc�!� mejt.tcn We.liicH,tay i.,..^ ..k...~.k . a. .. WeJiicH.lay at�.i Fr.'diiys, 1 ihink ycu will find (l:a(!>niby. lirBSONS BAY LANDS t7P, lend some church once every Sin day, and iiiado thorn enter into of $100 each cni two i-.iareticMof the Same amount to provid:t for a guar-r.n^ee (hat the s.nt;;>nco will >je carried out. '�� � CLERK OF Tin? LCOISLATURE. Winnipeg. March 5.-Tho Hiir:k%,n'rt Bay (N>iiipi^ny, owing to tt-.e tJemaiid lor (hc^ir li.n I, have in>/truc(.i:d all agoniH to Sell no more bhicks, and'of (ha Legislative Ati*?ni'.ily of AI-I-' .1. It. Cowcll, Mtitor of tho Red Beer Advocat�,~ h^s hocn choso-i clerk ont.v hn.'f of e.ny laud. Whore,liho FGctioii is heKI only half is to he Moh), where a half section, cnly ,j quarter is to be soUl, The mininiimi price of ull Iho company's land is $9 p.r iicr.'. WILL BE A PROTEST. Piiiiice Albert, Hi.Si. hcrta. Mr. Cowcll is a former member of the Parliament of the Islo cf Man. the oldest-parliament in the British Empire. Kanton -Khlotic As.sociat:e.n has placed (he bell dis.Ms.'.i are utloncli>d by itch.'ng, uhich in almost iuKtcutly lelioved Vy applyinCliam-lierloins Salve, and by its conlinuei UNO a permuncnl. cure may bn affect �1. It has, in fact, cuitHi men.'^ that hr.d iti.sistjod other treatment Price 25 cents fcr box. For sulo by all di'uggi�t.s,  BR r H. BLOW Eyi\ .Ear. Nost .�a.ft of Court House', cn Bare n .>�,^ Rond. SIMMONS & BENNETT ; Barristers &c. LEI-BBRirOE AND CAUCSTON Lothbrldgc Office, Southnrcl Blook Money to Lend on Tov/n and Farm Property \V. C SiM.voxs, n. A., Crown Proiccu'.a C V BEy..o tooro ihan plea(�li(!f which it affords. Ono applica' (ion relieves ib.^ pain. For sala by THE COLLEtHO AT EBMOVTON, j tion. ;a proiesi. inakinr th.^i-jcs etf i'ori*up- AWKrla Colleg**, at E.linontrn. nn Insitilution under the aiis{tici>s of tho gUinLEV-LATHAM. ntly Brotherhood. It is suRpeetcd / ibat ox-Chief of PoHctv Ingram, who wrM killed by an oiplo,M:on in Centro Star minv. Ross^ land, , waa blown up by an Infernal ^ QIazing Graining^ W.M. BARBER. .Painter nh\l Decorator ' CoTriage Painting a specially ^ Kolgoniining Paperlmnging Convenient, trains, Pnllman fl opera, Free reclining chair cnrs, Dining cars. For fnll information nddress H.J. Bergemann, travelling agent, 371 Kobert st., St. Paul, Minn,; or Jaa; O, Pond, general iKiJsenger agent, ^lihrankee, Wis, Agricultural Instittite Meetings A series of AgricuUnral Meet-ingswiUbo helil uniler the joint auspiceis of tho Provincial Depatt-ment of Agricn Iture and the local AgricultnTal Societies at the iinder-men'tioned places anil dates:- Pincber Creek, 2 and 8 p. ni., March 8 Lethbri'lge, 2 and 8 p.m., Mnicb 9. Stirling, L' and 8 p. m., -lHarch , 10 Raymond, 2and 8 p. m., March 12 Magrath, 2 and 8 p.' ni., March 13. Cnrdston, 2 arid 8 p. ni., March 14 The speakers and their iBubje.cls aire as follows:- A. MITCHELL Macleod ' . . "Forestry": D. W. WARNER Eilmohton > "Preservation of Soil Moisture." A. W. FOLEY Bowmauville, Ont. , "Poultry Raising."  A cordial invitation is extendptl to all interested in agricultiiro to attend. . Geo. Harcourt Deputy Minister of Agrif'dltnre. KEAN'S ---FOR- High-Class Confectionery -PRESH- Mala^a Crapes, Bananas, ^ Oranges. Lemons, Tigs and Dates CELERY AND GOOD BREAD We serve hot tea and cake; also Ice Cream every Saturday. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite?. O. 'Phone 98 I Patronizing Catalogues is I a bad habit We wouldn't think for a moment of bitying our stock by. mail.- We w&nt .to see . w'aat.we are buying. Want to examine it critic..^ ally. Want to judge of its worth actually, not from a picture in a book. -We somehow think it would ha more satisfactory for the public to follow that plan. Here is a jewelry stcc'; all ready for your examination. Styles are identical with ' what the large, city stores are sliowing.niid prices'are, if any thing, lower. I R.A, WRIGHT The Jeweler (iA�lirn will be b.^lri. o- Meihcdisl fhiirch. hcs had a rpmar; Th., (hird we.Wins cole! r .tod in St., ^ . -.. ^- .- able d rteloDinent slice its inccdion i � Mi-^lo" Church oceurrcd .|j�t M�n�*in�� bccauao ho bad \.eer\ cti^o aniP .i,\(.iinent s.iuo.its hiv�rs, iinittd io niatrimi ny 11. II. haps ny ftrtlw illiHlratian could h;)!Qiiigley i^nd Miss C. Ln(h.,ni, iMith found i-C (he rapid expansion of tho.of N'o. :l _ West. The growth of tlio country I."! I v ' ro(1ocl