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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Slock Is not as complete as it was before Christiuaa OR. P. W. TULLER SUN LIFE'S RECORD We have au exculleut allowing for New Years buyers at very teqipting Wm. C. Watchmaker Liphardt and Engraver HilhTriimle to a Leading Canad-ian Insurance Company. DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Ufflce over HiKinbothuut's Drug 3'tora Phono Omca 125. House 94. Office houM-� to 11 a.iu., 1.30 to 4.30 p.in.. 7 to R |>.ni. Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-Redpalli St. cor. Burtlett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.Hi., 7-8 p. 111. Sanduys-2.80 to 3.80 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.N. (McGilD PHYSICIAN, 8UBOEON ACCOUCHEB Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK RmI Ettatc, Insurance and Commission Asent Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Oti block. 'Phone 143. Fire, Life, Accident and Hail > [. Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lotsi Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time . . Full particulars on application. AsK Your Grocer For This Brand DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Oraduato Northwestern University Dental School, ChicaL'o. Office-Ott Block. Dr-8. McClure & Stewart SUBGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Honrs-9 ii.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. 17FP1CE, - - SOUTH A BD BLOCK j Money to Lend on Town and j Farm Property r. T. BREWER I T UD'eral Cirictor and Embalmer ((ins Agriculture, assisted by local or-1, ^- . ^ ^ � ganizations, has deeded io ,,old! ^'"^^^al Director and Ernbalmer more extended Schools for thej -- study of live stock, as follows: Medicine Hat Jan. 7 to 12 Mngrath Jan. 14 to 19 High River Jan. 21 to 26 Inaitfail Jan. 28 to Feb. 2 Live animals will be brought into the class room for denionstra- i tion purposes and u corps of com-! petent instructors will bo in atten-dance at each meeting to give full instructions as to the desirable and undesirable conformations of the various animals. Evening meetings will be held, at which lectures on breeding, feeding, and caring for live Stock will be given. Special instruction will be given in preparing animals for exlilbitior and handling them in the show ring PROGRAMME Monday-Grade and Fat Steers. Tuesday-Pure breeds of Beef Cottle-Block Test. Wednesday - Sheep, Hogs, and Dairy Cattle-Block Test. Thursday-Dairy Cattle and Light Horses. Friday-Heavy Horcses. Saturday-Judging Contest. Two carloads of stock, picked from the best in the Province, will be used at the schools for demonstration purposes. Besides this, the best animals locally will be secured; An admission fee of One Dollar will be charged each regular stu-^lent. This money will form a fund out of which prizes will be awarded to^those doing the best work at the judging contest at the close of each school. GEO. HAUCOURT, Deputy Minister of x\griculture. Edmonton, Dec. 22nd, 1906. " A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract pilui^d ok application, iir^Oaice at th� Coaldale Hotel, Letbbridgs. i'BYSIClAN AND SURQEON LETHBRIDOE .>fflce-o^er Ott'* Berber Bbop. aouri->l 1 :U0 to 13 :UU noon; 3:UU to ^ :00 p. m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office NiRht Dell and Teiapbonc (Montreal Standard.) 'i'he investigation by f!iK�c profits from unreliable securities. The coms-pany's policy is to carefully avoid such investments. The Company does not Wttijf for iiivcstinonts to conus, but casts its dye around the finawcial horizon in search of those thai; are lihe safest and Ijest. The ability of the Sun Life Assurance Company to purchase larg'e blocks of seciirit'iiHi and to obtain them at rock bottom ferms, thus cutting out the middle man, very largely contribute! to the .1UCCC9R .of \lic conuuiuy. 'Absolute safety," is the watch -word of the conipany. I'l-ofit, w^ile iijcessiirily a lai^fe cq;isidcration, takes a secondary place. I'he public wo-s e.vtremely int.jrest-ed in the evidoncu dealing witii tlKi coiiipauy's connoolioiis with Illinois Traction securities. The now inter-urban line has pioVml highly I'rofit-able, and the eanving.s of the city property have steodily imrwise;!. The security for those bond.'; is ab-uoliite. The .same interesting conditions wore Icarnwl in connection with the earnings from the IJecdtur U. &. L. Company. An interesting plin.se ir-lh� inve.stigation dealt with the fact thiit the largo profit.s of the Sun Idfe As.siirance Company have enabled the company to jorBstall t;ho ve-qulrements of the law and at once place the reserve upon all its policies on a 3J cvnt. basis, and this callecemi)er 81 si. last, a surplus ' over all liabilities and capital stock of S1,735,0?>H. This sum has since boon largely increased. This does not.include the contingent fund of 3,000- The public incensed by revolationa in the United States ir- connection with tJ>e iu.surnnce investigation in thai country, eagerly lookcart played by the directors in the direction of the inve.stim'nts of the com-r>any. It was found that no director had c\'^r otrtttiiied ani' financial profit or ad\^nta�inint to 1)e m�r than SaskatPhewAo. Tho�,; Kelly of Moyie, is iite iUtiwr umdidate ia Cr�abrouk riding for tlu B.C. Legisifttur�. Privlsloitt or Import^ te|isla^ ton for the Province. The game act which will b� intro c duqed inrto the legislatura �it the comlcg seMion is very cei^ Ktt ahall hunt, trap, take, shoot at. The city rf Calgary will urge the unioEi of Altert*. nunicipaliilee to request Uie govorntnent'to take oyer a few coal niiines and operaue tte same in order tc prevent a ropeti  tlon of the unfavorable conditjion of affairs tn which the province hias* iy�m suUiected. OddreU�>ws and Masonic lodges are to be onganized at Staveley. builalo at ioiiy I W;. W.&tuart, inspector of nuichm. Calgary, ia (dead. He was a brother of Judge a>tuart. Mrs. E. Walters of Clarediolro, ha.s been cominKied Jor trial on a;Ciiai�c of having neglecto(t to providb her^ aolf wKh rea8onai)lc aa^istance in child-4jirth. Portage La Prairie will seek incor-ppration os a cHy. BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinary 8 nd Surgical Work, call on . . f)r. F. W. J. Johnston. Lcthbridge Offjduate of Toronto Votoriiiary Col. nriarii left at MiglniK>tham:s Store. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, one door south of the Army Bamcks. ^ineWork a S^tMtyJ Lethbridge. Lodge l^o. 3. I.O./^JOtsO.F. Heetii tn Oddfctlowa' Hall ererv Frtdaj^ tfveiiinK at '.OU o'clocH, VlnlUng Oretbren are alvavft wclcbma. t:. J. Fraser, C. V. Bennett, K.O. Hec. 8CC WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LOOOE. NO. a , Meets tn rdotellowa' a'all e arr aacond and fourth Tbtiradiijr. Vlaltora always welcome. Mrs. J. Stafford, Annie Daviea N. a. Hec. Sec. Court Star of Lethbridge. No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets im and xrd Monday* In each month a't p. nt., In riddfrllowa HaU, kound St. VlaliliiK bretb-leo curdUlly waleonie. ( Mr. and Mrs. W. H.' Whihwter, Femie! on Mcnda>- last, whexi ih^r "itoug^ter'Mary wa� united in marriage to Mr. Thomas A. HargriiVe, of Wttlsh, Alberta. Robt.' Hamilton has left Lund-breck to take a position In Ta*>er. J. F. Miirphy has been appointed permaneht C.P.R. a*ent at Frank. Albert Uegulen has resigned , the ofllcc of treastipeT of the Fraiik kial U.M.W. of A. which he has held lUe past four years and will >:'>� i l.v leave Frank. The M^Klicine II�t News .'*ii,>' i: V. H. Powley, in rdlinqttisiljing hit {i'Pt a.s manager of the Ai�ini4)Oia Jivltl on Wednesday morning. >as �)ruiwnl-cd with a handsrme gold uai.h and chain by the guests and a I'.ii of friends. Mr. Powtey gcrs loSwifl Current shortly to i or.duct .a Uhr-aitory to driving all thei.r ��tock to other ranges. It is gensraiiy fe�rod that the winter will be vcr>- hatvl on stock. woui^ or kill: (I) Any bison or time; . (2) Any uiountain sheep or goat hefore the urst day of October, 1909. (8) Aijy prong horn antelope lie-tweci^ the first day of Novennbor an%ar, and in any event not nion� than cnc,animal of any, one spiles o4 such family. Clause five in .sections one, two, three and four fixes the close sodson for ducks, geese, swans, cwUies, coots, rails. sMiiMj, samipiiKjr, plover and curlew between Jan. 1 and Sept. 1. A special regulation for duck is made as. fol lows. (5) Any bird of the gallinao, cpmr' monly known as grbu^, partridge, pheasant, ptarmigan and pniiirie chicken before tho 15th day of Sep-tentber, 190U. The close season for fur bearing animals is as. /oUows: Mink or (bar-ten, April 1 to Nov. 1; Otter, Mai' 1 to Nov. 1; luuskrat. May 15 to this Dec. 30. last The: cloae . season for beaver is extended to. Dec. 1, 1912. No penspn not a resident of ;;;�nd domiciled �in the, province shall^ be entitled to htint, trap, take, ahoot at..wnunawiiiiii(i.i( it MY, IT TASTES GOOD! That is what people say when they use thot delieionsly flavored tea, KOLONO Yon will be as wellfSleased wh^n y6u use Royal Stuart SHERLOCK, FREEMAN &XX> TELEPHONE ai coj�yPi�iiT. Look Into the Miitter for yourself and yoa'wUl 'find after the closest scinitiny that onr beers am pure, which 'their oglor and ckrity will attest. Yet the cprioe is little or no higher than that of infer, ior Imuids. v^^or instance,' we will deliver a case of Beer, qnarta, at $4.60 per rase. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. i*..........,.,i,,u,n,,,,,,ifni,^,. TRY WM. OUVEH ; --FOB- Everything rtauircd ia the eoiistnictioa of � BuiyiBf ; Lttflibcr m4 aU kia^o 6i if iU Worii Do not send all your uionev-to-Calgaryv^and-Oianbttwk.J Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronising 'S>ar cdnsid  erably, especially of the fornwr anil there woukl easily have been l.SQO more cattle shipfied but for the* shortage in cars. In 1005 the shipments were, horses 3720, cattle 13,-035. sheep 13,124, and wool a.W,-83.3 pounds. tOreat Falls Tribune.) CP. L. Fowler, local ropreson -tative of the Alberta Hallway and Irrigation company, returned yes -'teivlay from Lethbridge, and will begin to make preparations for putting the product of tlie company's coal mines on the market in this olty No Lethbridge coal has been sold here since the beginning of the Lethbridge strike, nearly a year ago, but the mines have agair.' resumed operations, onditho output is being in-crcttRcd steadily. iMr. Fowler states that there is no (lack of men to work in the mines, and tbttt ali>eady the output has reached 700 tons iter, day. Operations a-ill gradually bo increased until the output has ivachad 1,000 tons per day, which was the amount )>eing mined heefoi>3 Loth -bridge coal is on the market here. B > � > E > E > � > � r . ft WE are selling more beet by. the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year>old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime uoiidition. P. Burns & Go. luiperator Hams and Bacou. Telephone Ul. B � � r �������&^���������f �tO�OtO���0�Oi r A. EASTON & CO. I MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINOS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON | COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. .DONATIONS TO IIOSPIT.VL. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while yon wait. F. GEiRMAN Maj'of Contsworth was re-elected In Toroiitc. Ward, Hiibtaixl, Harrison aii'l llocken wore elected controllers, The lattsr two are now I Uurir-g the year the space devoted to advertising MtVAHO'8 UNI-MEXT will contain expressions of no uncertain sotind from people who speak from l>or8onnl experience as to the merits of thlK Iwst of Houso- ihoUl RpuuiflieB, 1 ADVERTISE I-\ THE HERALD. Croup can po.sitively be'stopp��d in 30 tninutcs. No vpniitii^l^hothing tp siekon oi( distress .voi|r.child. \ sweet, ptousant, and safe Syrup, c.aitd for music supplied on New Year's Day. W, Manson, M.P.P., Nanaimo, ha.-i hecnappointed provincial secretary of British Columbia. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS or UQUOBS AND CIUAB8 IN A N EW STAND Jtist drop into uiy new quarters and convince your-self that I am up-to^late. �; � _ The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. G ;