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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Belter Burry If yon want one of those $1 00 watches. One mini wrote "send ine a dozen," aur ther came in bought five. Excellent timekeepers, guaranteed, and only 1.00. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optici'in T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Asent Fire. Life, Accident and Hiiil Iimirance in the best compjuiies Residential Lots, Motlorn Dwel lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lauds, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application DR. P. W. TULLER i-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jffice-Over Olt's Barber Shop, tioms-II :(N) lo t;:iK) noon ; �:Uffi(�-Retlpath St. cor. Bunlett. Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., I-Sp, m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 [. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN. SURGEON ACOOUC'HEB Office-Bnrdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.ni Drs. DcYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phono 113. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Rins ap 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Tenders for Indian Supplies. Se�lcd Tenders addressed to the undersigned and endoi'sod "Tenders lor Indian Supplies," will be Pecei\'wl �t this Department up to noon on Momlay, Fobruary 4th, 1907, for the delivery of Indian supp.Ses during the fiscal year ending the 31st March, l9C8, at various pcints in Manitoba Soskatchewou and Alberta. Forms of' lendur vontaining full particulars may be had by applying to thk! undersigned, or to the Indian Commissioner at Winnipeg. The lowest or an>- tender not necessarily accepted. J. D. McLEAN, Secretarj'. Department of Indian AfTaIrs, Ottawa. N. B,-Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority of XikB i>epartnu!nt will not be paid. NOTICE. I am using this method of Infomv-ing the p�bllc of the arrangements I kive mado regarding any order lor teamiing they may wish to give me. For the present, leave your order for teamang at Mr. C. W. Oray's Hardware Store. Phone 66. Coal must 1)e paid for oa delivery. W. TAYLOR. A. W. McVittie Dotninion Land Surveyor Will devote liis entire time during the summer to laying out new townsiteb. Contract piioM on .application, i0-Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Letbbridge. FOR SALE. > Five acraa improved Irrigable land, ,wiib bouse, etablo and storehouse, a good start in small fruits, one milo and a half from post office, south of the fair grounds. Apply on the praoiJase. O. A. JOHNSOK. Lethbrtdge. WANTED. I (rraduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chica^'o. Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClurc & Stewart 8UBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbothom's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTH A BD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property r. T. 5REWER T uneral Director and Embalmer and proLalJly not such novel inl ileal was manifw.s'txxl as "t oi'*^""-ing last year. The day was fino auJ the sun was shining out in sinirk -lins splendor in tlio clciir frosty air. It vas a 8^''^ ''�"�^ islaturo ana \ha ladit's turni^d cut in their rich.'st ftttiro. 'llio onliro ns!*MJibly liiiU was pnckct by tho officers of B and C sijuadrons an.l other oflicL-rs of tbo militia in full military uniform. The stall composed of Col. E. B. Bdworils, 7th Infantry brigade; Major Jamieson, B Squadron, C. M.H,; Major Irwin, D.S.O., Capt. Gillespie, 4.")th l^og't.; Lt. A. Gillespie and Lt. B. C. Deansuui, C Stjuadron, C. M.R. His Majesty's representative then proceeded to the legislative ohaniiber pracadcd by tha sjrgt. at arms, Ixar-in^' the mace and attenck-d by his aide de tamp. Behind him wallwd the otliccrs who received His Ilonoi' at the entrance. The entrance of the King's representative being announced by his aide, the momibers who had assembled previously, and the sjxjctiitors rose up to receive him. Hin Honor mounted tha step.s of tho throne anfl receiving tho speech from Capt. Walloct th3 taxation of \isiuu'foi- ill' e\er growing naoessi- lands in Iho provincw out.sldo of the tios'^of this in-oviucv orgnni/�i school di.,tricts for the IL is ai.-^o a sui:j>^ot of gratilca- 'supi)ort of oduoation generally, will tion that iho ccii.sus lak..-u ilurlns jbc brought �jcfoixj you.' thj past year by the I'o^L-ral j "An act for the protection of tho Goveriuuoai"a"ion.,uat�a ihAt this public health will bo among tlva province was entitled to a ia'^'^'r important measures to ivceive con-sluuv in Ih. counc;is oi tbe Uoniin-| sideration at your hands, anti pro-ion and lluu al tho pre.svnt ses.sion i v'^'on for increasing the i-cwnues of oi inul.aii.oni, u \M b:>a Uv.ni ititro-itho province by a fair and ik|uH-.lucoii to luovido for tho iucreas^vl :able as.sessmc�l of corporations, repiescntali.n of Al.orta in tho | therein will Ix, brought Iwforo you. House of Conuiions. iho piovincj lias lv>en .honored since ll>e Uu.t uK-et.ng of the Icgis-'.an early date. "The public accounts and tho es-tinuates will to laid before you at laturu i.y a visit from lUs E.vc^el-lency l;.ail Clivy, Governor General of Canada, a'^'^onipanie^l by Hor F-x- Mr. Speaker aj�d gentlemen of tho Legislative assembly, 1 feci sure that your deliIjerations upon LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgicol Work, call on . , Dr. F. W. J. Johnston. Lethbrid^e Graduate of Toronto Veterinary Col. flHers left at Uiginfootham:s Store. W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modem translucent glass decoration. Ijeave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORE runeral Director and Embalmer OWcs-Next to P^oS^yterian Church. OfDce Phone 103. Residence 130. Mr. Speaker and genl'omon I>cgislative Assembly: of the "It gives me great plensui-e to welcome you to tho second session of tho first legislature of the province of Ai'berta. 'iho past year has witnessed an unparalleled develop -mcnt in Western Canada, and particularly in this province. Our hiin^lo gratitude is duo to Divine Proviil-Cnce for the bountiful har\-c.st of the past year an I for the materia' prosiMiPitv inat always follows in tvUency, ilio L'ouniu.ss Grey and tho j the matters to ho brought to your nicniOers cf their family. It is a,notice will conduce to the prosper-souice of gr.at s^Uisfaclion to tho ^ i.ty and well being of the province, people of llio province to observe the ke.n iniercsi talwn liy His Kx-ccUciicy in e\orything that pertains to its history and dovolopniem, and more e.si.ocially as to thu e.vtensive expprier.co gained by His IC.xcel-loncy in the iiunieions re�ponsible pul>lic olTnes he has h.-'ld, inakt>s his views upon any nuitter of public Im-portanca of the greatest value, i Your aiawilioii �ill be early dirtvt-cd towauU masuros for tho estab-lishuicnt within tho province of courts of ju.'.l.cc. loo much importance caiiiio'l le attached to this matter, o.s it is the essence of good governnTcni in any province that the mach n.1 \ Ihiough or by means of which the laws are (nforced,should be on a sound basis. 1 am therefore c n.idonl that your most careful at-tontion will bo directed towards thcj-e measures. 'Tlie i/.creased activity in railway c. n,Lruclii.n ilmt has ivccntly tak-en pli ce throughout the wsst ond the certainlN of a very much larger dovclopnieni in this dii-eciion in the near future, makes It Imperative that provision be made for a uniform law governing railways wiithin t'h3 prov.nco. A ni-'asuro will le ' submit led to you having this pur-po.sc in view. "'J'he t'ov. th of trade an:l commerce in t!io province during the past 3ear h.i.s bccU very rapid, and '� with iiiciea.'-od growth conios new I respon.sibiiiiies. IL has long been f.:lt 1 J- the commercial coimnunity, that ihe law (;overning assiginmoiits by insolven.1 jieisons was in a con-diiiin far from sati.s,:'actory. In order to aiiK'lioratc this condition of af-faiis, a measure provid'ing for a coiii|deto .system of administration of insolvoii't HS-tates upon the most im-pioved lines will bo subniittod for your ccnsideralion. � 'ihe in-oteclion of ganio and game ^ed. pulley"^ For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, one door Houth of the Army Barr icks. Fine Work o Specialty Lethbridge. Lodge ^o. 2. i.o.^ja^o.F. Weew In Oddfellow*' Rail even Frldar eTrnlnK at .auu'clocli. Vlalung Dretbren are alv-avtt w Icomi*. C. v. Bennett, E.V. Dooley, i>.u. Rcw. sec �WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. a Meet* In rdrtfellow*' Ball * ery aeeond and fourtb Thuradajr. VUltora always jpelcsne. Mrs. J. Stafford, Annie Davles H. a. Bee. sec. Court Star of Lethbridge. No. 809S A. o. F. Meets lat and ard-Monday* In each month ai K p. m., In oddfpllows Man, Boand St. VKIilns bratb-len cordially welcome. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. A nurse maid. Apply Mrs. C. O.K. Ncune. MINARD'S LINmE.VT CUBES Some Good Lines of MEN'S SHOES Just arrived. You get tho bene6t of my experience aa a practical man. Come and look at them. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while you wait. r. GERMAN End of the Morison Dixon BUGGY COMPETITION Hon. A. O. Ulalr, former rrcnUor of New Urunswick, Minidter of Railways in the Dominion government and mennber of tha Railway Commission, died suddenly at Frederic-ton, K.B., last week. HURRY UP! There are now only 200 chances left, so you'll have to hurry ! The draw will positively take place on Feb. 11th, in Oliver's Hall at 8 p. m. sharp, immediately preceding Town Band Dance. The draw will be conducted by a gentleman of known integrity viz, Major Burnett, which will be a sufficient guarantee that it will be conducted in a fair and square manner. The public are cordially invited to be present, especially those holding coupons. Last chance to Buggy. Cash must each coal order. secure the accompany OL rUUEAK OF SMALLPOX AT HIGH UIVER. Mr. Mair who went to High River lately, to inquire into tho nature and origin of tlie small pox tlwre for tho Conunissioticr of Iimuigra -tion, has returned. It appears that five men from Iowa U.S.A.. photographers, having thoir headquarters in Kansas City, Portage la Prairie, etc., and about No-wmber Isrt, came to Indian Ho�v;l, ami stavixl there two weeks. This is said to be tht" origin of tho disease. From Ihorc they came on to Mnc -lood, not stopping at Lethbridge. Lfjaving Macleod whore tliey .stsay had a severe attack, thait is to say, th*t they were both ill when they came to High River, not of chicken pox, as it was at first stip -posed at Clarosholm. but of small pox, and on arrival at High River Itanisay did not consuH any physician and received no treatment. Orders were taken in town for enlarged photographs and various visits were paid to farm houses for tiho sanu? purpose, both at Clarcsholm and High River, so that an outbreak is possible at one or more of these hou-scs. In High River strict meus-! ui\!S have been taken. The AH;)erta I Hotel is uuarantvncd, the schools aiv closed and childran will not be allowed l�ck except on presentation ol phlisiciuns certiiica'to�t offloc. storee &c. billed to the like effect. No fear need be apprehended of the disease spreading to this district; yet the duty of vaccination is very manifest, and should not be neglected. The fact that ail the cases of small pox at Hiigfa River were those of parties who had no-t been vaccinated is, to our mind, >-ery significant, and should bo borne in mind by the few who will object to %accination as futile or dangerous. It is certainly Infinitely less dangerous to a community than small-pox. A NEW SETTLEMENT. AH>ion, Jan. a4.-E. Hunt is digging a welt and the water has got to come or he will So to China ty the shoK route. oq.') jo Buuc�)s it�40.H M() jo auQ season passed over here on the 23rd Al Welch and VUi. L>-nn, wont to Diamond City tor coal and were caught in the storm and hod to remain all night. Mr. Lundy passed through here on his way from Diamond city with a lond of coal on the 2ard. D. .1. Davis has boon laid up with tho grip (or the past week, but he is ab'e to be around again. J. Wallace is home from Clares -holm. There mumt l>o some attraction over there. That is right, we don't want any bachelors here. A. White went to Claresholm on tho 23id. For acgr disease of the sMa we can r;Commend Chantbarlatn'a Salve. It rsliovea tha itching and tourMlng sen-atioB tnatantly aad soon sffeots a cur*. Tkis salva Is also iaraluafcle for son nipples. Sold hy All Drug  ftsta. Lethbridge, Alia., .Ian. 29, 1907. To TIIK Pini.ic: Wo take pleasure in announcing tliat on Feb. 1st we arc taking over tho business laltly conducted by the reliable and well known firm of Mopsrs. Sherlock, Freeman & Co. In doing so we puriwsu keeping tl e stock up to its present high standard cf qiuvlity, ai d by giving our patrons prompt attention and courteous treatment we trust they will continue to favor us with their valued patronage. Wo are. Yours respectfully, NELSON & PHASER. W. J. NELSON. E. J. FRASER. Phone 21. Something Delicious for Lunch or for dinner is a good, pure beer- like thu Letlibriilgi^ beer for instance. It's not only 'good' to the palate but Btinnilates iijjpetite and is a great digestion iiiiler. Every way you take it Lethbridge Beer is u line beverage every day of the ijtw. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Company, Ltdf ^^ TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- I Everything required in the construction of n Building, | Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build np Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your Leef now, while it is in prime condition. ^. Burns & Co. Iniperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. B E E r 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. "laaaDnoDonnnD ?nnLiDDnpaDDnDaDnDOD ?????? Dbr! AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF MQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND lust drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-