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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbritlge Daily Herald Monday, Mardi 21 Page ano auioo MOU si Xnq oj 9iui) pire ipnos SuiMojS si -sasodind Suipjmq joj paamboa aq HIM -saoud )U9said :pg sjoj asaip jo adnoo TB asaxp jo auo iaAd uoos pire pure ui o} xreqj op noX puy JLSVd ONIWOO SI AVOU ui jo Xsnq stream ji }nq SuiAnq Xq J9AO X9uoui 9M OJ 19AO ION OV3H MOA NO G. A. Tweed, chic! engineer the Hudson's Bay and Pacific Railway Company, arrived in Prince Albert last night. When interviewed he said that the survey work-would be com- menced as soon as possible within a week probably. To be in the s-wim YOU s hould eat with the crowd at the new Alexandra Cafe Good music from 6 to 7.30 p. m. Prices within .reach of everybody. Come early if you want to get a seat. Bring your friends. Pri- vate Dinner Parties a spec- ialty. HI MM, Prop. 1 District News CLARESHOLM Claresholm, March M. Camp bell, of Macieod, Barrister, was here today in connection with the final transfer of the ranch of John R. Craig, to J. W. McKinmm of Buffalo. The price was was for a sec- Lion containing 666 acres. Sheriff Campbell and Thomas Wil- ton of Macleod, were here today on business. Rivhani Austin has gone into part- nership with Travis Bagley in the Spring Valley Ranch. Farming rath- er than ranching will be gone in for. Several parties east of town are plowing today. Work is to be hone j on the race track at once to accom- j modate the harness and running hors- es which are to be trained here. L. H. Ugland has gone cast on a l business-visit to Toronto and Chica-' SO. Transfer of the license of the Queens Hotel has passed from H. P. Bell to Thomas Guy. The new Cadet corps formed in connection with the school is becom- ing very popular. To see a uniform- ed boy driving a 'dray on drill even- i ing one would think that he was in Germany or some conscript country. Harry P. Bell has bought the quar- ter section of Alfred Swanson, near i'to town for I M. A. Rogbv has returned from Ta- IHT and will again reside in Clares- holm. Hi 1 WINNIFRED i Winnifred, March fami- lies from Winnipeg by the name of j Harpt'H, arrived at Winnifred last i week with two cars of household ef- fi-cts, machinery and stock, and are i busy moving out south of town. Henry Baker brought a car of goods from White Fish. Montana. Mr. Wilbev. a young man from Mon- tana-, arrived some time ago and built a house on his homestead south of town and has back after his mother. He reports eleven cars coming here from his district. A. R. Ager. the bustling lumber- man, of the Stacey Lumber Co., is building new house 1he church. Another new lumber yard has beer. iuJiiffl to the addition to Winnifred, north of the f'.P.R. track. Mr. Ken- is the manager. The two new restaurants report a good business. The Fisher Mercantile Co. are do- ing a lively business these warm sum- mer days, especially in machinery. They have been obliged to_add ano- ther rlerk 1o tm'ir force. Ladies Aid mel at Mrs. Larson's last week. They are buying the [chairs for llie new church, which are ex OU cd "3 through the winter in splendid con- dition. A herd of eight antelopes was seen streaking across the prairie south ol town one da1' last week. The thermometer reported 90 de- igrces hot one day last week. '4 PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek, March man named Goslimr while at work-fRiug- ling the roof ot E. G. Ambrose's house, -fell off the bulding -'ad his let-; last Friday. He .vas ronvey- ed to ihe hospital and is now getting (along favorably towards recovery. j A gang of men from Calgary are i at work constructing a private tele- phone line to the house of H. II. Becker, northwest of town, the line to connect with Pincher Creek. Plowing has already commenced in several portions of the district. connection can now be had with Bur mis. Spring has revived ihc rumors of railway building to this point. The Sunshine -Junior League of the Methodist church held a very pleas- ant social at the parsonage on Tues- day evening last. Games and differ- ent amusements went to make the ford. Ont.T where they had spent the 5 winter. i Tlie pulpit of the Presbyterian I church was occupied morning and ev- I ening on Sunday last by Rev. Mr. jllanlie, from Manitoba. I On account of the serious illness of iMrs. G. I) i tnks, that Monarch, Mar. Wednesday evening a very enjoyable entertain- ment was partaken of by the people of .Monarch and the surrounding country, when a box social was held in the town hall in interest of the Sunday- school, preceded by a pleasing pro- gramme tastefully rendered. Tbe pro gramme was of a literary and musical nature. Rev. Henderson has kindly consent- ed to direct the church service hero Rev. W. D. Fleid. superintendent of missions for Alberta, will address the people of Monarch on church matters Tuesday evening next. A number of Hollanders (presum- ably about I'ittyl, arivt'd in town to 1'lunkctt's sister at aml taking up land in this ladl, accompanied by her vicinity. Thoso an- only a few of the HOT CROSS BUNS Order Early Delivery on Friday Morning City Bakery ;-husband, left for that town on Tucs- i SrCilt conic into ifav_ jtown This spring for the same pur- pose. Moninvli is rapidly becoming- MONARCH 'p' of attraction and the sucress- Monarch, March lO.-Mr. and Mrs. of ils visitors are an Beasley, of Lrthbriiige. are, visiting 'entirm? -.illnri-mpiit to those .of ilic PHONE 1181 expected with -the car of turniture be- ing shipped in bv Fisher Mercantile Imn-Losry. father lives south of town, arrival i- Winniired thr other day from Minneapolis whore he bas bmi spcn.iins Hit- winter. Tie an cfficirnt helper in the State PouItryShow hrM in Minneapolis the I1ast winter. Hu' he says he shook ;hc rillst (snow) otT his shoes from Minnesota for or in olhrr words Sunny Alberta is gootl onoiigh for Mr. IV Marre says business is good ond improving, both in the. post office ;md general moschamiisr. as well as on his own farm. lie is going in for thoroughbred poultry, and has just ordered some of Leon Losey's prize winning Plymouth Hocks. .John Wilson. of Dakota's btst blacksmiths is building a shop 'in town and will op''" i'or business in a few days, and to install a gasoline engine. The furniture has arrived for the new school house and it, is expected Mr. and Mrs. Miebach of this town. K. F., Bussian has returned home; from a visit to Rochester, Minn. II. Pelletier, of Biairtnore. is in town on business. R. W. Jell, of Granum, was on a hiixine.ss irip to town this week. Alex. Strickler lias hoiiunf out Thillman's dray business. D. Mackenzie is erecting a fine black- smith shop on Empress St. where he; proposes carrying on his business. Mr. Quick, nivhvir .-Mi'. >e-' Of and days TO come. The announcement is made by the department of the interior that' the sales of undisposed school lands will take' olnce at Camrose and Medicine Hat during the siimmer at dates to befixcd later. THE WORLD'S FINEST TEA II that school will besin in a few nays. Tlie farmers have done their spring ceiitly shipped into work and the soil is in prime con- Deering machinery. ;mr: dition from the snows that have more are expected snon to arri.v. in- comcTind gone during (he winter. dilations point to an early and busy Mr. Arvidson, who lives about eight spring. Sonw farmers of vicin- miles south of Winnifred has a fine jty have already begun their spring's field of winter wheat which has come work, in preparing seeding. Tea Out-Rivals and Out-Sells all others, 1 1 j-U J T J SOiciy uirOUgu Ka naVuui tiuu down-right all-round goodness. ------Black, ilixed aaj Natural Green, lOc, oOc, 60c and 70c per Ib, ;