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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Stock Is not as complete as it was before Christmas Still Wo have nn excellent showing for New Years buyers nt very tempting Prices OR. P. W. TULLER rHYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Office-0*er Ou'� turner Shop, Hours-11:00 lo l?:iKI "001,; 3:00 to (AM p nt j 7:00 lo 8:30 p. tn. (Iff'ce Night Dell and Telephone FARMERS AT CALGARY I LETHBRIDGE IN �io. Wm. C. Liphardt Watchmaker and Engraver DR. C. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Office ovor Wfflnhothnnrs Drug Store Phono Offlco 135. House 01. Office hours-0 to tl a.m., 1.30 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Proceedings of the Convention-Important Resolutions Were Passed-T. H. Woolford a Vice-President. Dr. F. H. Mcwburn Office- Redpath St. cor. Bunlett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 1 -8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 I. tn. Telephone 41. T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Rest Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lnnds, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash rikI on time. Full particulars on application. The AHiorta Farmer's Association held a convention in Calgary last wxwk. Geo. Henthctv-haw nnd \V. I.. Thompson, Mngruth. T. 11 Wo. Iford and K. 10. Ilutkor, Cardstoh and T. W. Harris, Itnymonii. were amongst | those In attendance | Tho following resolutions were passed: | That tho provincial government should place scales to In; controlled by the provincial government at nil points whore grain is sold or shipped In bulk, tho weights mndo '>y tho government scale to Iki binding on buyer and seller alike. And that in case any fraud Is discovered to have boon por|m�l rated by buyer cr seller, ttthor before or after weighing, in regard to weights registered on tho government scales, tho penally inflicted upon the guilty party should bo as severe as tho law will allow. That in the opinion of this convention tho provincial government should coir.|>el all public elevators to put in cleaning apparatus, and that all gra'.n should lv clean before bw-li>g gradol or weighed. That this mooting tvoucst tho legislative committee lo go thoroughly ! into tho interest i|tio�tion and make ; roptv.�vn,Uiticns to the local Icgisla-!'turn and Dominion government and ' _ _ |respectfully and earnestly sock same Graduato Northwestern University jnt the hands of those in proi>er uu- i thoHty. i Whereas tho provincial government is pro|>o>Ang to Inaugurate a trunk I ne telephon: system throughout tho province, wo, the delegates of the second annual convention of tho Al-: hcrtn Farmers association, nssomli- W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McCill) PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHEtt OtBce-Burdette St. Phono 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DcVcbcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Utt block. 'Photic 143. convention thore should Uo a Joint tariff in force over all railways to any and all jmrts of tho Dominion, whether operated by tho government or by indivkltiuls. The delegates settled the question brought up by the telegram from Ihxl IXvr ly the following resolution: In tho oplnkn of tho convention, the Alberta farmers are satisfied with the present local improvement district ordinance, and It should re-, main In force, as all roads will thus ivinain under control of the farmers. It was resolved tt iispiest tho Dominion government to try and do  vise nmiir means to guard against coat famine, either by making ar*>l-tration compulsory, taking charge of tho mines by the public works d�v |�artmont In case of labor troubles, of some otlver satisfactory means. A resolution was also passed, asking the provincial government to declare a bounty on Coyotes. A letter was read from Hon. W.O. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Dental School. Chica�ro. Office-Ott Block K inlay, minister of agriculture, in which he states that the government ; oh*cl0ii t0 '��"�"�"*" >�' cannot see away to operate a pork-packing establishment. The oltlrurs elected for the coming *onsor-tattce to those interested in muni -cipal problems. Nod Deer people treated tho delegates very kindly. Mr. Oliver Informed the Herald that there some clever "n|icll tenders" present, amongst them being Mayor (Iriesbnch of Kdmonton uikI Mayor Mills of Stralhconn. Tho convention had nn Invitation to moot nt Iiethbrldgc next year but as Medicine Hat was second in tho running last year and also put up the argument that they had the rtn-est city hull in the province, this city had to forego its claims. lOd-monton will likuly get the convention tn 1009 and l-ethbridgc it� 1910. Tho delegates prcnounced In favor of munici|>al hospitals managed 'hy jtrustees elected by tho people. They way of payment of cash, tho granting of lnnd. | or the exemption for taxation, and ; declared in favor of the single tax on land as the mn'.n basis of municipal taxation with taxes on business income and social franchises .The convention reouestod the government to institute a thorough inves  I ? T ? '? Y V ? ? t � DR7WING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. Wo have the largest nnd best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oat9 of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. ? v Ollico-First dooi south of 0|�ora House. Phono (>3. .|. 1 ^ Plo:o:o:o:o:oj3:ojDjo:o;o^^ Hico Sheppard, C!�-orgo nail, Strath- !*'8�tlon "�to the mcthotls and pra^ Drs. McClure & Stewart SfKOEON DENTISTS Ask iini�i Your  lATMOffO Mfllll. CAIAI4- }  la | Office-J. D. Higinbotlmm's new]1^1 "'Jj^s*1'-*' this 0th ' of Jnmi-i block. ; Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. I 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Grocer For This Brand w. c. Advocate orricE,  SIMMONS Barrister, Etc SOUTHAUD BLOCK up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BROD1E Stock Judging Schools Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDOE. ALBERTA | ccna; (!. McDonald, Olds: K. N. Darker, Cardston; T. W. Harris. Kay-inond. A proposition was placed Iwforeitho nutting to ndopt nn olliclal organ: leferred to the directors, who chose the lvdm.,n!on Saturday News. " MY, IT TASTES GOOD!" That is what people soy when they use that deliriously flavored tea, KOLONO You will be as well pleased when you use Royal Stuart Coffee. The two-day Stock Judging Schools held throughout the Province during previous years, having aroused a desiie for fuller information, the Department of Agriculture, assisted by local organizations, has dec ded to hold mot* extended schools for the �tudy of live stock, as follows: Medicine Hat Jan. 7 to 12 Mag rath Jan. 14 to 19 High River Jan. 21 to 26 Innisfail Jan. 28 to Feb. 2 Live animals will bo brought into the class room for deiuonstia-tion purposes and a corps of competent instructors will be in attendance at each meeting to give full instructions as to the desirable and undesirable conformations of the vuriouB animals. Evening meet-ngs will be held at which lectures on breeding feeding, and caring for live stock will be given. Special instruction will bo given in preparing animals for exhibition and handling them in the show ring PROGRAMME Monday-Grade and Fat Steers. Tuesday- Pure breeds of Beef Catile-Block Test. Wednesday - Sheep, Hogs, and Dairy Cattle-Block Teat. Thursday-Dairy Cattle and Light Horses. Friday-Heavy Horses. Saturday-Judging Contest. Two carloads of stock, picked from the best in the Province, will be used ut tho schools for demon-- ' stratiou purposes. Besides this, the best animals locally will be secured. An admission fee of One Dollar will be charged each regular student. This money will form a fund oat of which prizes will be awarded to those doing the best work at the judging contest ut the close of each school. GEO. HABCOURT, Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Edmonton, Deo. 22nd, 1900. nry. 1907. nro strongly of tho opinion that the mnnagonv nt and con -liol of such i.>.-Koni be placed tn the hands of an independ government should give the homesteader prior right or right 'of first reference in the purchuso of the coal or oih-r min.'ral rights under h s hnm mineral under a 'homesteader's laud without th.- government first having referred tho matter to the homesteader. That th.m, cnv'entli.n recognises tho !advisability of thhonc 102. Residence 130. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote bis entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract piivei ou application. UrOffice at the Oealdolt Hotel, iMhbrldge. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. II. Morris transfer otfifor lh) water and should have the : right to hoi I. j 2. The company shall maintain and operate all laterals under its respective system. ii. That water bo measured by a competent engineer, with meter and graduated woir placed in all laterals, ho that the ditch rider or water muster will bo at no loss to determine the amcunt of valor passing a given point: J. That instead of water belnx muusurcd conditions as undvr tho present system it shall bo distributed as follows: That a sluudurd stream sImiII tie 2 50-100 sec. feet, and whero less than tho amount be due in ona lateral it lo measured pro rata (as fiO-100 feut bo due in one lateral instead of being continuous), it )*.> measured 'i 00-100 feet pro rata, or 3 y-5 hours each week, or wheiv tlu volume c.vtxvds 2 &0-10O f,�et and does not nmch two standard trtrvauis of any amount; 5 That all strouins bo scheduled nivd that schedules be furnished tho funner not laU-r limn May 1, stwliirg1 at what point to to taken, and time it shall "be pro rata as before; 0. Where wuter users fail for throc consecutive years to pay for tholr water rifhts tho water rights bo then takm away from thorn; 7. Whi.'ro ono wilfully takes by force or otherwise, water schodulod for another, it be made a criminal offense for which recourse can bo nuulo to the nearest Justice of tho peace. Another resolution that was carried 'jy tha convention was: Resolved, that in the opinion of the I to can where tho hay-knifo has boon ram - ! tued In and pulled out. 111s side meat is sometimes used for, window 1 glass. Ho is imperishable and can Ije iist-d for a pesthole digger. "(>ne >nc l-ack to the senate if h! ' had not subsisted on oatiwal and la^.d apples. If >ou wish to rise to the glory of poetry and song. feed tlie lodder to tho cattle and out the . I ivf nnil pork yourself. | ' Th.. hug i* found highly developed -itiiinn.^ a hlghclass pcopUv Ho is i imiKihsibio among low |>eople. In j t;ood environm nt the hog an-l his I twin, the st.vr. and the chief alcho- j mists of fortune. He makes iron nerves, cool bra ns and bravo hearts. He put courage into tho tm-n at Manila bay; ho cool.-d Um heads of heroes in tho ('hin-3m occu|>atlon ind ho | wur.nvd the liellies of our i;otd liuie ! tors in tho frown north."-K. I>. t'a- ) burn to tho Knife and Fork i'luo Kansas City. tlco of municipal assessment and taxation. | Th? union endorsed the prlncipk? of allowing a municipality to defer for five years payment of principle on debentures fcr constructing rate , works, etc. | On the coal question tho convention passed a resolution that tho �tg)r(s�X$rrrr^ ' railway commission should immod  | j lately investigate the transpcrting - ...... charges for coal ami the car short - | age. That tho government of Alber- SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 Look Into the Matter for yourself and you will find after the closest scrutiny that our beers aro pure, which their amber color nnd clarity will attt-st Yet the price is little or no higher than that of infer* ior brands. For instance, we will, d.iliver n case of Beer, quarts, nt 84.50 pur "ase. Lethbridge Brewing & Mating Company, Ltd. ta should immediately investigate the whole system of production of coal and tha supply of the same, and tho federal government should not In tho future alienate coal Ian I to private |r of last year's resolutions regarding hnv.nj local telephone systems controlled by the municipality and tho lion? distance lin�s by the govorn-j nicut n^rdinS itv.1 case of indigents. Mayor OaeIled to connect th>lr long distance luii-s with local systems, and the I'.I'.lt. compelled to give local system* entrance to their stations. | Mayor Cousins, of Medicine Hat and Mr. Oliver lethbridge, discussal their exiK-rlences with woollen mills and railways. Mvduine Hat's ex|s-r-ienco with the woolkn mill, now removed to I>thbitdge. had Uvn un- 9 Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. i fortunate Mayor Cousins r|u, 1 2 Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing * Sir William \ un Horn.-, who siiid to \ � Oliver's Phiniiiu and Lumber Mills. * them, probably years ago whii th  Y tOffice, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bom pas Streets  Telephono 15'J TRY WM. OLIVER * --FOR-- | Everything required in the construction of a Building, $ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work THE (1UIP. "Ik-fore wo can sympathize with o hois wo must have suffered our -j-o'vts " No ono can roaliza the suf-f-rinj atundunt upon an attack of (iue-twoon Medicine Hut and Calgary, that if tho C P.It. wanted \hi whops at Calgary. Medicino Hut had not m.itigh money to induce them to chuiiKo their mind, and vice wrsa: yit thj C.P.It. got S2.YO0O from Calgary to iccato tho shops th*'ro. Mayor (Soot/ considered tho iiso cf city water, lighting nnd sowers would bo increased *f the cost of plumbing ami electric installation could be carried by the municipality There is probably no lV""r ,'iV� yCttrH-causes so much physical ,Jor"�""�� ^ ^ Tte� but not tho ______ ,ui.u .... I nrRt cost, and tho municipality would .. , , . . . . . ,���oriencc. There Is nrolmbiu nn I ' disease that im:l mental agony, or which so sue-,. .... . . ^ , . ... . . ., , . .,, . bo able to give better ratos if th.'ro c.ssfully dolios m dical a.d All dan-!,, . , . , .... . , i was a larger use of tho services nor fiom the grip, howovor, may bo ; ** avoided by tho prompt use of Cham ' jbcrlaiu's Cough Hcinedy. Amon�[ tho' tens of thousands who have list*! this remedy, not one caso na� iver ban repnrttd that has resulted in jneunionia or that hus not r'. consulting engineers. The matter of afllliation with the Canadian Union of Muivclpaliies wus approved and the term** un I conditions will be ixsportcd to tho n-'.vl conv.ntion by tho executive. Tho convention sent the following to'egrain to the Farmers Association I at Calgary. "Owing to tho rapid dovelopimnt of th> country, wo have resolvif.l that B E E. F are sellinu more lieef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. I m pern tor Hams and Bacon. Telephone Ul. B E E F . A. EASTON & CO. | 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. onnnnnncin [�i �w.iHiPmwwiwinijuiSuHi ??????????nnnnanui. tha west by tha lino between Ranges 10 and 11 west of tho Fourth Mori- ciiuncnt to provide a uniform system of municipalities in place of thi pnos- dinn. tho Registration Clerk for sakl i00,1 ,0Ci'1 Improvement districts; such district to be tha deputy clerk of tho Judicial District of Calgary at Modi-cine Hat. Tho Registration Districts of Lath-bridge and Calgary i-hall bo altered by withdrawing therefrom that portion lying east of tho lino between Ranges 10 and 11 west of tho Fourth Meridian. municipalities to bear tha names of counties, �nd nino townships to bo in a county." We will pass tho roso-lutkn if approved oy your association. -- Dr. J. 11. Itivora. of./^ been appointed AN OLD TIMER WITH TI1E- QLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * < Just drop into my new quarters and con/inee yourself that I am up-to-date. * The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK uinnnn ilsiHiHielKl t I ;