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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Our DR. P. TULLER JrHYSlClAN AND SURGEON LKTHBRIDQE Office-Orer own Berber Shop. Hours-11:00 10 \S;wi noon; 3:00 to ft:on p. tn.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. ftl. Office Night Hell and Telephone SUN LIFE'S RECORD High Tribnte to a Leading Canad Ian Insurance Company. Is not as complete as it was before Christinas We have an excellent showing for New Years buyers at very tempting DR. G. G. CRAGG physician AND surgeon Office over HitfWibothum's Drug fttoro l�honn Olllco 125. Mouse 9-1. Oftteo hours-9 to li a.m., 1.80 4a30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. to Dr. F. H. Mewburn Oiliee-Rodpath Hi. cor. Burtiett. rices Hours- Before ! a.m., 2-Si p. 1-8 p. in. Sundays-2.80 to 3.80 l>� m. Telephone 41. (Montreal Standard.) TIw investigation by tho Hoyal CommlsMon into tho affairs of tho Sun Llfo Assurance Company has curtatnty let in a flood of litfht on �the subjuot of tho extensive opera. -Hons of the company and its inetii-ods of investment, striking figures at all this Hlttlngs wore ths Pros! * dent and Secretary of tho Company. Tho commission and spectator* evidently keenly enjoyed the sight of Mr. T. II. Maeaulay,. secretary of the association, in tho 1>ox. Mr. Macau lay has u manner all hfo own in tho giving or evident**, lie will rub his hands with keen enjoyment, and ho will dilute at length to the commls* shm and sijectators upon a proftUjbla Investment made by tho company, ml how properties! hold by tho Ah  huranw Company have -increased in valuo under good administration. Mr. Robertson Mu'utitay, President of the company, a watchful and venerable figure, Hat calmly near tho witness box, Judiciously folio wlngthe evidence as it went twforu the com - mission and spoctulors. One of- the most striking features of the evidence obtained was unquestionably t'he profitable character of tho investments. During tho |>ast few years the comixiny has realised jj,, � . . * . i it 'i *- � a net profit after deducting elt losses !p*�n�11^%nSJ.S!:l'�aMtoNorthw�to� University I not o,,y or ,r,nc.P�,. but of fnM Watohmaker GAME ACT FOR ALBERTA ftovliioni of Important Ltjlsltt* Ion for the Province. 5t V*'  t P W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.N. (McGill) ! PHYSICIAN, HUROEON ACCOUCIltiH i Office-Burdotte St. Phono 58 1 Hours-Before l> n.m., 2-3,7-8 p ni T. E. Patteson Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons OTT BLOCK Ollicos-Ott block. � Phone 143. Rial Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent DR. B. JACKSON DBKTIST Residential Lota, Modern Dwel-. lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time Full particulars on application.' Dental School, Chicago. Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClure It Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Ask Your Grocer For This Brand Oflico-J. D. HiKinbolham's new block. Oflico Honrs-0 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc OFl'ICK, SOUTH A MI) BIiOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property F. T. BREWER land after liliernlly writing down any I securities at all doubtful, ol over j$1,000,000 in hard cash. Another point, to lw noted i*. that the evidence shov\olie> Is to carefully avoid jsuch investmenta. Tho Coinpnn> does jnot wait for investincst. The ulviliiy of th%* Sun Kite Assurance Company to purchase largi' bhwks of secttriOes and to oWuin them at rock l>ottom irrm�. thUN cutting nut the middle J muit. very largely contributed to the J*ucce*H of tho company. j "Absolute safetyin tha watch-, wonl of the eoinpar.y. I'milt, while Tho population of the cities, towns and villages of AHwrts, in nearly 10,-000 greater than Saskatchewan. Thos. Kelly of Moyie. (� t*w LAbor candidate in Cr* a brook rid Jag for th* B.C. Legislature. The city cf Calgary will urge the union of Alberts, municipalities to request the government to take over a fow coal mines and operate the same in order tc prevent a repeli -tion of the unfavorable condition of affair* ta which the t>rovince has Ixwt suUJectiHl. Oddfellows and Masonic lodges are to be orgattlzed at Htaveley. W. W. Htuart, in�|m�tor of ranches, Calgary, -Is dead, lie was a brother of Judge Htuart. Mm. K. Walters of Claresholm. has been committed for trial on a charge of having neglected to provide her* self wKh reasonable assistance in child-birth. Portage I^n Pmiric will mwk incorporation as a cKy. F. K. llnrriiton, for a number of years connected with the Union bank but. who recently went Into .the rent estate business at Saskatoon. has decided to again return to the management of the bank In that city. on i Calgary's assessment roll for year shovs an increase over year of over $5,000,000. this last It Ih proposed to build an addition to tho Memorial Hospital at Pincher Creok. Dr. tlonncll and Mayor Uleasdcll are candidates for Mayor of rVrnie. A wry cfuiet wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. jWhimster, Fernio". on Mcnda>- last, when their daughter Mary was united in marriage to Mr. Thomas A. Ifargrave. of Walsh, Alberta. When jmu want Funeral Director and Embalmerin^^ril> a ^w'W ^wltloratiun, ] Ukes a secondary plnce. lhe public wits extremely interest-LXTHDRIDCC ALBERTA !�1 in the evidence dialing with tho lompiuiy'h connn-tIoiih with Illinois Jbivrk to take a position In Taber :Trnct:on *k�cuntir�* The now inter-' Hobt. Hamilton has left Lund EE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL r'�n ^ ^ ,>rov�i highly rroht- DRA ING Donr promptly and satisfuotorily. JOHN BROD1E For Dentist rv. Vo*�*rinary iitid Surgical Work, call on . . Stock Judging Schools J. F. Murphy has been appointed permanent CP.It. agent at Frank. Albert llegulen hun resigned the ofttce of treuHurer of the Frank \.-al iF.M.W. t�r A. which ho has Held the pnHt fo�r y*Mirs and will : lea\erty havt- stinidity ln. V>.rk let �t MIKlnlK>t�m.�h More. llwni|n(p, fr,im ,K. 1K, NeUon &� Co.'b ' ilw company u> (oimtall iv- ton Wednesday morn!ok. was ^m^nl* NYindowphanie, the inoileni trans- Siulryiw-nts of the law and m s voSwitt c�1KhI for ubuut SI.200.0^10. Kvt*n l�v tluK \o Ktiuidar.t. it had on o. C. MOORt JKti'tnl^'r nisi lust a KiirphiH ovor I all liubillth'h and capital stock of Sl,7;iri.tM�H This .sum haN siniv Ikkmi 1 larr**ly inrrMK.vt. Thin doos not in-Ofllcc-Vnxt to PiN�r>lorian Church. \cUln the Pish Lake runffo, ho said ha For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, onodoor south of tho Army liarneks. Fine Work a Specialty tion *�f thf Invest meat** of tho com-imny. It was found that no direct The game act which will bs jntro z duofed into the legiHlaturo *t the coming session is very complete. The leading clauses are given below: Tho first clause rc-enaots Uiat which appeared In tho old game law prohibiting tho hunting of deer Sunday., Clause four proUdes that no per* son shall hunt, trap, take, shoot at, wound or kill: (1) Any bison or buualo at uny time; (2) Any mountain abeep or goat before the rtrst day of October, 1909. p (3) Any prong; horn antelope between the first day of November and the ftmt day of October in the fol -lowing year, and in any event not more than two of each animal*; (4) Any of the deer family, whether known as caribou, moose, elk, waktti, deer or otherwise, between tho first day of December and the firstday of November in tho follow -ing year, and in any event not 'more than tne animal of any one species ol such family. Clause five in Heclions one, two, three and four fixes thu close season for duckH, gocsc, swans. cranei*, coots, rails, snipe, sandpiper, plover and curlew between dan. 1 and Sept. 1. A special regulation for duck is made as follows. (5) Any -bird of the gallinao, commonly known as grouse, partridge, pheasant, ptarmigan and pmirle chicken before the 15th day of September, 100b\ The close season for fur bearing animals Is as follows: Mink or mar-ton, April 1 to Nov. 1; Otter, May I to> Nov. 1: muskrot. May 15 to Dec. 30. The close season for beaver is extended to Dec. l, 1912. No person not a resident of und domiciled Jn the province shall be entitled to hunt. trap, take, shoot at, wnund.or kill uny big game or game bird, or fur bearing animal I whether protected by this act or! not, without first obtaining a license ( in that 4>chalf; every such license t �hall bo signed by the minister and j shall bo in force for live calendar, y>dar In which tlw samo is Issued and | shall be subject to the provisions cf the game laws.in force in the prov -inco at the time thu said license is ' granted. The fee to bo paid there- ' fore shall Imk�25 for a general license . or $10 (or a bird license, or $10 for 0 and not more than S&00, and as r^i^cts any other violation of this act wtth a fine nor ex- j ceeding $100 with cost* in cither | cose, half cf which line shall be paid , to the complainant ni.d the other � half into tho general revenue of the province; but if thu coinplainany re-fUbes to accept samo the whole of the fine shall be paid into tho gen -eral revenue of tho province. On r.on- 1 payment of such lino and costs forth- ; with after conviction tho ofiowW lie imprisoned in tlw mnire^t i r gaol tor a [H?riod not exc*vdir.K two months. 1 Y ^ L �i i _ + 1 \ 4. If you wish draying or moving at any kind done, call oo t n -1 We have tho lnrctost and beat equipped oartAge busineo iu the city, with thoroughly experienc^l tnen in charge. All work promptly attended to. - + * Hay and Oats of the best grade tor tale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city on abort notice. � I J- ^ ? - Western Warehouse & Transfer Go. P r Oflico-First door south of Opera House. Phone 63. hi -. - vl MY, TASTES GOOD!" That is what f)eople say when they use that dellcionsly flavored tea, KOLONO 1- n n -v: i n y - - Yon will be as well {{leased when you use Royal Stuart Cotfitib, SHERLOCK. FREEMAN & CO telephone Look for yourself and you will find after the closest scrutiny that bur been an* pure, which their amtier color and clarity will attest. Yet the prioe is little or no higher than that of inferior brands. For instance/ we will deliver a case of Beer, quarto, at $4.50 per tod the option und that they utv now in control of tlw uftuin* of th� company. C. p. Fowler, local ivpi\*s*�n  tativo of the AlUrta Hallway und Irrigation company, returned yes  tenday from lx*lhbrtdge. and will begin to make preparutionH for putting the product of tho company"* coal mines on the mnrk*inki�. li will tw a matter of a few wueks U�foiv lx�th - MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. A, Mi RITCHIE, SEC. j just discrimination, you ha\\> put tho |oxcooaea those of last year consM Out in hospital. out of which priz-�.....- ..,,,UW4 , ^ - . r to those doing the best work at the SOIXIC (jOOQ LlHeS Ol judginR contest at the close of each school. GEO. HARCOrRT, Deputy Minister of Atrriculture. Edmonton, Dec 22nd, li)00. " SHOES Sun Lite on the pinnacle of a sue-c^sful company*, another m/xnage nwnt with othsr aiarilmtes might ju�t as easily sipiandtti it.. Tho dir- onibly, especially of thu former and there would eattlly have neoti 1,500 more cattle ship|h*d but for tlv* In 1005 the whip- 1 shortage in cars ertors ha\e done their duty nobly; |ni4klUS Were, horKen 2720, cattlo i^.- A. W. McVittie Domiuion Lund Surveyor r Will devote his entire time during ! the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract pi application. Just arrived. You got the benefit i of my experience as a practical man. Come and look at thorn. there in no complaint to made �g-ulnKt thorn or any one of th^m 02ft, Hhoep 13.121. und wool 823 pound*. 252. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while yon wait. F <3 RM AN i^t-d on .Mayor Coats worth was Offlcs at the Coalclale Uotul, Lethbridge. . Mectthl In loroati. Ward, HubUrd, iUir m rison and Hocken wore clectod con-tro.llsrs. The Istter two are n0Av TAKE XOTICK. ftft^ft^Hj^^m^ During tho year the space devoted to advertising Ml BAUD'S LIN I* MKXT will contain oxpressions of no | unrertuin sound from people who Hpeak from porsonnl oxjierienco as j ! to the merits of thi* l�est of Houm*- | hold Heini