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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tbf Dally HfraUI. TueMlay, March A CHAttCE FOR SCHOOL years of age or under, attending school who writes the best advertisement tor our liusiness to-fil For thesecond and third best advertisement each. Send all advertisements to the Manager, Advertising Department, Herald, who will ad as All advertisements must be at the Herald office fcfore 5 o'clock Tuesday, March 15th, this space, will receive w. THE PIONEER LUMBER CO., LTD. ATCARDSTON Cardston, March weather i has been especially capricious during i this week.. The Chinook made short j work of the snow and every draw Iand coulee had its stream of water- all the town draws were taxed to their utmost. .The water entered some buildings On i Main Street where foundations were j low, the City Meat Market being the j worst sufferer. I We have had rain, snow, wind and I sunshine, all in the last six hours. I Pres. Wood and, Bishop D. E. Har- ris paid a visit by request to the old Oxley Ranch, now owned by Mr. Geo. I Pearson, with a view to purchase. However there '.vas no agreement made and the place is as yet unsold. 3 The price asked is said to be per I acre, and would be required to take the deal. j C. E. Snow and V. I. Stewart j made a purchase of land on the Koo- tenay or Waterton river, north of the new town of Glenwood this week. I The horses and cattle of Mr. A. G. Barber are reported as sold to Mes- srs... A. E. Austin and J. W. kearl as Follett Stoddard who had the first i chance to purchase could not arrive to satisfactory terms, i Another town deal was consumated yesterday when M. L. Stoddard pur- chased the home of VTai. L. Wolsey s on Main St. south. The deal -was put through by Mr. W. S. Johnstoa, barrister. Mr. Woolsey has been in charge of the wood work for the Department of Public Works for a long term of years He is removing to the States. Fernand: Labor i, the lawyer anfl ra- dical republican member of the cham- ber of deputies following the example of M. liarier anti Semite and M. Clag- ny, revisionist, who are retiring from Parliament on the ground that the opposition is impotent, announces that lie will not stand for re-election. il For Sale! LOTS 37 AND 33 in BLOCK 24 Addition AUCTION SALES AT PINCHER coming from a distance to settle feerei Among the latter might be mentioned Messrs. McDonald, Beanie, Cdpps, Thos. Matchett and Gco. Scott, all j from'Carman, Man., also R. Ii. Wad- dell have OUR LETTER BOX. THIRTY MEN SURIED Pinchcr Creek, March young man named Stuart Stinson was con- veyed to the hospital yesterday mora- ine at the instance of, his medical at- Editor Daily Herald: one case two sections, and will be here with their outfits either this month or next. The Pinchcr Creek district is making a good beginning U'mlant, Dr. Gillespie, and later was as to the influx oi new settlers for operated on by Dr. Connor. The pa- lient, who had only been ailing a few Tjlc arrangements previously made days, had developed some serious trou to have horse races here on the 1st ble wilh his intestines, and juiy have been reconsidered. Cal- i'ears arc entertained for his recovery gAl-v i's to have races on the same His relatives, who live at Lloydmin- j .had for each, jj; cash will handle. balance in 3 and (3 months. These lots will double in -value in one year. Apply to owner came in like a lamb here, and although we had a few flurries of i snow since the first of the month, the! A hockey match was played here on and temperature we are en-1 the bar tenders j joying at present reminds us of "the; the ice olt{ summer time." i Thursday between agU't'bble circumstances, and bus drivers un-der somewhat dis- in- so soft. Most of the playing was ;done in the slush, which prevented a display of the ability of either side. The., result went in favor of the bus I drivers by one goal to none. I Auction sales arc still the order of the dav in. this district. The latest Expected to reach One Hundred and Forty Thousand this Year Berlin, March police magis- trates dealt today with seventy per- sons who were arrested and held on cl'arges of inciting public disorder xjr j resisting the police during yesterday's suffrage demonstrations. Many other j arrests have 'been made but the pris- oners subsequently were released as BOYS' NARROW ESCAPE ii noii., .-liiii-iL j---oiJurvaiic liii'ii 1JIUO Dr. warnock, M.P.P., spent Sunday a popuhltlon of according podlenL March Spokane j their proosecuiion did not at his home here. A. N. Mowat of the Echo is presi- dent of a company now issuing the Outlaw at Taber. Dr. Lake is man- aging editor and W. Mathewson. sec.- treas. The agricultural society by a vote who are disposing of their chattels j decided not to sell part of their in this way are as J.JONES P. O. Box 507 or at 623 Coutts Street is} j Fortin, nine miles east of Pincher Creek on March 7th; W. P. Bigger, two miles north of Cowley, on March 23; Pond and McKeown, three miles of Twin Buttc, on March 22; ijjjMrs. Helen Baker, three miles east Pincher Creek, on March 28: W. ip Butcher, three miles east oi Pincher Creek on March 29. fy I While' the numerous auction sales 35! taking; place in the district might de- note a removal of farmers from this particular section, it is worthv of note that a great many others are to meet liabilities but to sc-: cure a loan. A meeting held for the purpose of forming a United Farmers' union last week failed to attain the object. j Monthly debates and Sunday after-1 noon sacred son? services are to the city directory for 1910, which i includes the names of indivi-j duals. The multiple 2-and-a-lvalf is used In reaching the foregoing -con- elusion. The gain for the year Is placed at Spokane was settled I in 1S72, the community being compos- ed of 10 persons eight years later j there were 300. The official census jin 1S90 gave a population of that of 1900 showed 3G.S4S. A Waggon They Were, Driving at Pres- ton Struck by Trolley. Preston, March small boys named Wintei-haU and McDonald, on Saturday morning were driving witih Mr. Winterhall's team and sleigh oji the street-car tracts, when the Ualt, Preston 'Hespeler Railway freight motor, with a large box-car in front of it, was coming along at a good rate. The mo toman, not being able to look in from of him, ran Into tiie sielgli and threw it over-the horses The iboys were thrown out, and the .McDonald boy' had his head badly cut. The horses were both thrown down, but the motonnan stopped liis car Instantly. SAY. FELLOWS, WATT FOK MILLINERY OPENING 1 POi C6OSUS' city, c and federal governments, fixed population at 1907, ing interesting Features in farm life I wlllle 'the estima'e at the close of 190S i showed Bankers and business the district. Bankers and business [men say jt 's not improbable that the city will reach the mark in A cablegram received yesterdav an- i nounces death in London Englan of to fact that this can Matthew Riddcll of the wholesale sta- tioricry f5rm of Hart and Riddell of ls as the ratio of growth -the next 10 years Toronto. j as for the last decade. L. J. McLeay Announce their Spring Millinery Opening on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9TH I L. J. McLEAY, REDPATH STREET ANNOUNCEMENT Tke Turpin Furniture Co. Will continue the Sale that has been conducted by the MACDONALD SALES CO. for the past two weeks. The new firm cannot take over the business until the stock HAS BEEN REDUCED In the meantime EVERX ARTICLE in our store will be sacrificed so that this business can be turned over on the date agreed upon. We have never made such a display or shown so wide a range in all lines of House-furnishings and would suggest an immediate inspection of our'store. We wish to particularly emphasize the Terms: Spot Cask -v No Goods on Approval The Turpin Furniture Co. Evefvtning For Trie Home ;