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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Freth Shipment of Gordon, Ironsides and Fares' Hams & Bacon and Armour's Simon Pure Lard Just Arrived. Nelson �L 'j--'-' ' YO(7 CANT OCT AWAY eabily from the (act that our bottled goods are superior to all others, because it will be impressed upon you by your friends and impressed upon you when you sample our delicious K'Uger ale and beer, sarsaparilla, or-uuge cider, cream and lemon soda, pure beer and ironbrew. If you hav-n't tried them let us send a case to your cider. Leth bridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETH BRIDGE STOP AT THE hotel Dallas] WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Huruees, Straps, etc., always ou baud. We can guarantee yon complete satisfaction, horse kicked on-he would go. The Kid held tho hucklng-strnp. Till after one tarrlfllc buck, The boys all heard It snap. "Stay with him! Slay with him!" they cried aloud. "And do not take on ho. For you can stick the buck lest horse That ever we saw go." Then came an awful thundering buck, The boy!" Ohl Where was he? Ask the winds that far around, Swept over the N. W. T. Jtel'ntlng as a School Exercise. , We think that more debating than I we aiv having would be better. It la !as important as arithmetic, and ! therefore should be given Just as 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 olen oflener if possible. Preparation of Sporting tlrounds. The School Authorities wilt soon bo prcpnrlng tho grounds for baseball, football, lacrosse and tra * sports. We hojio they will soon be In condition. Did you ever try how birch-wood would burn?" Mr. Dooley said. "Yes, I've tried It on my boys. It seems to burn all right." Fire Drill. ! Lately there havo been soveral fire J drills. The ttoys and girls were |somewhat confused at first, but after they got on to it they wcremore orderly. Mr. Hamilton ought to givo us a rest at tho bottom, because when a fellow goes down at the rate of three steps at � time and then turns around and comes up at about the saino rate, flies across the hall and Jumps into his seat, ho la rather out of breath. (Successors to Homer & Hutchinsou) FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION rOR THE TRAVELING PUBUC KXCCUENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$t.S0 A DAY | LETHBR1DGE - ALBERTA! ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon. - Proprietors R�tt� $1.50 on* $2.00 ptr Dty FUSE BUS MEETS * ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IK CONNECTION Herald Ads. Bring Results. Much Du|m>nds on the Color. She-"Is it really true that tho blind man can determine tho color of a thing by tho sense of touch?" Ho-"Certainly. I once knew a blind man who could tell the color of a red-hot stovu hyincroly putting his finger on it. A rabbit's fur isn't worth two cents an tho market, but its worth moro than a million dollars to tho rabbit. The girls of this school have but few amusements compared with the boys, but if they clubbed together with all tho lady-teachers of tho school, (hey could surely organize some good games. The school play-ground is getting too small for tho number of different games played upon It. Tho ground on the front which has been for several years occupied by the boys for a play ground, has recently beensold off in lots and houses are being built, so that now there is too small a space to play a good game on. It is hoped that the school board will look into this matter and provide a lurge enough ground for us Something Lacking. A smull boy was making calls with his mother, and to soothe his evident restlessness, tho minister's wift gave him an apple. "What do you soy. William?" prompted his mother. "Feel It." William answered. Dsili Competition. The Uonderson Cups, which have had a leisurely wintor, reposing in Standards 8 and 4, will be completed lor this year again. The boys and girls of Company 3, want to waken up and learn to drill so as to hold their own when the competition will I again be hold. FORCED SALE -OF- Liphardt's Entire Stock of Jewelery As we are forced to vacate the premises we now occupy by the end of the month, we have decided to Auction oft our entire stock. For this pupose we have engaged Nr. James Lamb ,.Z OF TORONTO This is a genuine sale and no fake as we positively have to move out by the end of the month and there is no available store to be had. We know that by selling at Auction we will not realize as much on our stock as we might in other ways but in this case it is the only possible way left to dispose of our stock in such a short time. You get the benefit. 11 Remember Our Entire Stock Of High Class Watches Clocks Silverware Cut Glass Diamond Rings Fancy China Optical Goods Gents' Chains Ladies Chains Bracelets Necklets Stick Pins and Etc. All to be sold to the highest bidder. SALES AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS 2 30 p. m. and 7.30 p. m, Everything guaranteed to be exactly as represented or money refunded. Sale Commences Thursday Afternoon WM. C. LIPHARDT JEWELER OPTICIAN 91 open for preemption loi sections, which will enable homesteaders to get an additional quarter section. The section on which the present rnllway station is* located, is owned by Messrs. Jas. F. Johnson, W. S. Johnson and John Cider. This new fledgling of" Woodpecker | is to be vitaltzod largely by Raymond blood. TOWN OF WOODPECKER Cattle Shipping Point to Become a Town. Maymund Chronicle. .1. F. Johnson who Is up from Woodpecker is most sanguine as to the development of that hitherto unimportant stocV loadlngstatlon. A section Is to be acquired from tho government and a town laid out as soon as tho weather will permit of survey. The committee having the matter in charge Is composed of E. J. Wood, Wm. Probert, W. It. Stevens, U. A. Stringham and Dert Wood. A big company has an option on the adjoining section which they will prospect for coal. The district is well supplied with witter and coul and is unsurpassed for farming. A school district is to be organized immediately there being ulrcady 100 people now living on homeslcudft adjoining the proposed town. The government is soon to throw ;