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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY. Fresh SLipmpnt of Grordoh, Ifohsides and Jb'ares' and Armour's Simon Pure Lard Just Arrived. Nelson (B� Fraser (Sacce�iK>ra to Sherlock, Freeinan & Co.) THE AUDITORIUM kiMQl Paper Frcparci by Pupils 14111 Form. Central School. Friday, March 1, 1407. It would Ije much niore pleatutnt for pupilH, coining Rnd going to iichool, if the town would build � fcidewtilit across the street, from the corner o( the school to the barncks jifute. There is nearly always mud here as the water-tower overflows at Icuiit twice a week. We cannot help getting muddy and our parents blame us for carelessness. The School Colors. At the last Sports Heeling the question of the school colors was brought up. There will not be a sep-erate,badge for the members of each game, liut there will be one for each piember of the Atkletlc Society. I �>.( io.o.o:o.o.o.o.o.oio:o!oio,ox):oio:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o;o;rim >\ > .1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON MS YOU CANT attT AWAY eokily from the lact that oar bottled goods are superior to ^1 others, because it will be impresMd upon you by your friends and impressed upon you when you sample our delicious gioKer ale and beer, sarsaparilla, or. ange cider, bream and lemon soda, pure beer and ironbrsw. If you hav. n't tried them let us send a case to jrourcrder. Leth bridge Brewing & Malting Company^ Ltd. "I v-onder where Skyo- Terriers Terriers come from," said Bobbie. "I-don't know," replied Sam, "unless they . come down from the sky when it rains cats and dogs." I^acrusse Will Soon Start. IiBcrosse has not yet been played at school, this year, but Wilburt Uackencie, who has been appointed chairman for this ycur, is getting a lacrosse cotntnittec ready. He says it will be played at school as well as the other games as soon as -the weather is suitable. The Broncho Uu�ter. The Kid sat on the broncho's back Whence ail but he had fled, Into the air and took a seat Upon the back-yard shed. Th(! horse kicked on-he would not The Kid held the bucking-strap, ' Till after one terrifllc buck, The boys all henrd it snap. "Stay with him! Stay with him!" they cried aloud, "And du not take on so. For you can stick the buckiest hoi-se That ever we saw go.'; .Then come an awful thundering buck, "The boyt" OhI Where was he? Ask the winds that''far around. Swept bver the N. W.'T. rOK THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS J>et)ating as k School Kxerclac. We think that more debating than we are having-would be better. It la as important as arithmetic, and therefore should be given Just aa much time and school time too. Instead of having a debate at ' each Literary Society meeting it should be better to have one every Friday, or even oftener if possible. Preparation of Sporting Grounds: The School Authorities will iooii be preparing the grounds for baseball, football, lacrosse and tra;a sports. We hope they will soon be in condition. WE ARE ADVERTISED PY OUK SATISFICD TKIENOS Stock Saddles Farm HarniBM, C3oncord Huruess, StrapB,.etcMalways on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Letklridge Sailery Co. (Successors to Horner ^ Hutobinson) I tbe Bold Hrllitofoit FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. (BOOD ACcoMMODAnoN FOR m mvuiNG ra^ KXCEUENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$1.60 A DiiY ! LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon^ - Proprietors Rout $130 oni $3.00 ptt Diy FUSE BUS MEETS ALL TBAINS SAMPLE BOOMS IN OONNEunOV Herald Ads. Bring Result^. Did you ever try how birch-wood would burn?" Mr. Dooley said. "Yes, I've tried It onmj' boys. It seems to burn ttll right. "> ; Fire Drill. i Latiily there have been several fire drills. The boys and girls were �omewliat contused at Arst, but a( -tcr they got on to it they wcpemore orderly. Mr. Hnmllton ought to give us a rest at the bottom, because when a fellow goes down at the rate of three steps at a time and then turns around and comes up. at about the same rate, flies across the lull and Jumps into his soati he is rather out of breath.' Much Depends on the Color. She-~"l8 It really true that ^ the blind man can determine the color of a thing by the sense of touch?" He-"Certainly. - I once knew a blind nian whb could tell the color of a red-hot stove bymerely putting his flnger on it. A rabbit's fur isn't worth two cents on the market, but its worth more than a million dollars to the rabbit. The girls of thi.s school hayo but few amusements compared with tbe boys, but if they clubbed together with all the lady-teachers of the school, they could surely organice ome good games. The school play-ground is getting too Bmalt for tbe number of different games played upon it. The ground on the front which has been for several years occupied by the boys for a play ground, has recently beensold ofl in lota and houaea are being built, so that now there is too small a space to play a good gome on. It is hoped that the achool board will look Into this matter and provide, a large enough ground for us Something Lacking. A amall boy was making calls with his mother, and to soothe his evident reatleasncss, the minister's wift gave htm an apple. 'What do you say, WllllamiT" prompted his mother. "Peel it." William answered. DsllJ Competition. The Henderson Cups, which hava had a leisurely winter, reposing in Standards 8 and 4, will be completed (or this year again. The boys and girls of Company '3, want to wakaa up and team to drill ao as to hold thair own whan the competition will again U UUI^ Hnowball. Snowballing is going on at school DOW. The anow is in good condition and heavy, anoughfor throwing. It ia our delight to pick out a few boys (not too big) and pelt them as they pass. Ho far wa have been getting the best of the Fifth form and will keep on doing so as long as courage keeps up. our Seeds for the Flower Contest. We want to start good and early this ycai- to plant seeds ready for the Flower Contest. We vant some good varieties of .seeds to hfnin with. band, those pills I've been Uking lately don't seem to help me much." "You haven't been taking any fur^ the last three weeks, have you?" "Yes I've taken one three times a day." "Thut secins strange, ))ecausc there are as many pills in the box now as there were three weeks ago. What box have you been taking from?" "This one, here, which is marked (or ma." "Good gracious, Tomt Why that is my shoe-botton box!" TOWN OF WOODPECKER Cittle Shlppial Point to Become a T�wn. "My dear," said the young bus  'J'ravcntlcs" will promptly check a cold or the Orippe'wheii taken early or at the "sneeie". sUge. Pre,-ventica cure seated colds as well. Preventtca are little candy cold cure tgbleU, and Leut for coal. The district is well HUpijliml with water and coul and is unsurpnssed fnr fnrming. A schuoi district is to be organised imniodiutely there Ijeing already 100 people now living on homesteads a