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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta you'd Better Gurry tf you want one of those $100 watches. One man wrote "send me a dozen,'' anrthor came in bought five. Excellent timekeepers, guaranteed, and only $1.00. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician DR. P. W. TULLER rHYSlClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jfflcc-Over OitN ttarber Shop. Houis- M:iM) lo l?:ou noon; 3:00 to 5:00 P. m ; 7:00 lo 8:3D p. in. ilffxe NiKht Bell and Telephone SPEECH FROM THRONE Second Session of Alberta Legislature Opened. fond DR, G, G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Edmonton, .Inn. 21 -Th> Mission o{ the I' liu\o .vs-.semoly vuus opened today li.v Jw lluUUI' l.iOUl. liOV. llllljen. lh'iv was scarcely anything in iho c.'iv- offlce over niglnhotham's Drug Store m,oay ihut distinguish.-,! it from 8iiiii'ur functions in other proviiu.-h and probably not such novel ini !  'est was ma ni routed u� ut Hi..1 open-l'lic iluy vuis I'm." txii.l spur It - Phono Oltlco 123. Houso 01.  Oluce hours-9 to 11 A.m., 1.80 to! 4.80 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. -__----_---! ing hist your. Dr. F. H. Mewburn '�ffice-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-tf p.m.. 1 -8 p. m. Sundays-2.!�> to H.:JU |. m. Telephono 41. tho Mm w�s shining lluj splendor in tho I to-th.i T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire. Life. Accident nnd Hnil Ins.trance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwel-lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for side for cash and on time Full particulars on application. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, 81'HO EOS ACOOUCHEH : Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 | Hours-Beforo 9 ji.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m \ i---- i ! Drs. DcYcbcr & Campbell i Physicians nnd Surgeons 1 Uflices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST ?,RATH0SD 1| Huhishl untsu g K .can CANAIA. Ask Your Grocer For This Brand Ring �p 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Tenders for Indian Supplies. Sealed Tenders addressed lo the undersigned end endorsed 'Tenders for Iniliun Supplies,'" will bo received at this Department up to noon on Monday, Fobruury 4 th. 1907, for tho delivery of Indian supplies during the fiscal year ending tho 31st March. 1908, at various pc ints in Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forms of tender tontaining full particulars mity be had by applying to ths! undersigna1, or to tha Indian Commissioner ut Winni|>o�. Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted - j. d. Mclean. Secretary-Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa. n. B.-Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority of Uio' Department will not be paid. out in clear fitj�ty air. It vtts n K�la ll">' for 1,10 K's' I islulure and tho ladies turn.d eut in their rich'*t attire. The entire. I assembly htill was parked long j fore the urilv al of 11 is Honor, governor. At 2.:�) s.tuadron A th� CM.It. und.T llnrlotlle. panvdo.l to the government house. As His Honor, attended hy his aide de camp, Cnpt. Walker, Inspee-tor of the K.N.W.M.V . deseemU"I the steps, a royal wilute was given. the carriage ntuudel by a mounted escort of twelv,. nuii i� r^vunl und a trumpeter, under Uv conuiiand of acting ndjt. llarlottle, ' th.- party proceeded aliivjt'ao run I.� ; already announced. On arrival al the house His Honor received u ro>-, al salute from the guard of honor , i building, Ills Honor was mi't by th.-� ' officers of 1) and C �;|UndroiiM un I (rnutuate Northwestern University other ofllcjrs of tho militia in full military uniform. i The stall composed of Col. I",. IV Edwards, 7ih Imuntry brigade; Major Jnm.e&on. H Uiiuadron, C. M.H.; ,Major Iruin., Cupt. (Jilles-pie, 'loth licit; I.l. A. Uillesi>ic mi I !I.t II. C Deansum, C Squadron, f good crops in on ogrl-vtiltura'l country such (\� ours. ''Hui'.lig recess ft conference of the |.r. miers of lie Miriotib provinces was h. Id in Ottawa, with a view ol iurivmg ,it a ivud..UHiinont of provincial sul'sidies, us u 'result of whuh it is uratu.t ing to observe, that a fairer ''us.s of division as bet wo. n tbe. |>ro\un" � and the 1>0-m.nion was niiiw-d at, a lnisis which will materially iis-sist in making pro-(iMuii for the ever gruwmg lucessl-tles of this proViiicv "U in ai-o a stiij.ol of gratilcn-tion tliut lhe census taken during tlu past year by the Federal lioveriimeiil d in. n->u alod th vl this province �as entitled to a larger share m ih.' roiincds of the lX>uun-ion, and that al the present session of paiLament, a hill has Uvn introduced to pruwde for ih' ivinesentalii n of Al of fommons. "iho province lias Ihvii honoivd since ih- l.isl of the logi.s -laliire ly a visit from His K.vcel -leney lail llr-'j, liovernor tlcneral of t'amidn, Hfcompan.esl by Her I'.x-cellency, ll.e t'ouniess tiivy and the mem iters lr)oct ths taxation of lnnda in tho provlne..> outside of the organized school districts for the sup|�ort of (xluotition genorully, will l.o brought lfoloi� you. ; "All act for tho protection of the public Health will bo among tlie ; important measures to receive ix>n-|sideratlon nt your hands, and pro-i v ision for increasing the revenues of iho province by a fair and equitable assessment of corporations ', t'hareut will be brought before, you. | "The public accounts and the estimates will Lo laid before an early date. | "Mr. Speaker and gentlemen of j the Legislative assembly, I fLvl smv that your delllvratlons upon .the matters to be brought to your notice will conduce to the prosper-sotiico of nr. at sat."faction to> the Ky and well being of the province people of I he. province to observe , - th-ken n-ercst taken l\v His Ot.'TllliKAK OF SMALl.l'OX AT ec.leu.-v in .' that |H-rlttin� j IllOll KIVEIl. lo its history uii.l ilevelopnwnt, and j Mr. Mali' �ho went' to High Uiver more' esi'ecuiby �s tho extensive | lately. to Inquire into tho nature e\peri,icc ganed by 1L* Excel-j�nd origin of the small pox there leiuv in the iituucious responsible , ,\,. tiw Cununlmtoner of lmnstgra  public o,;i.e- h' l�s n.-!d. makes his! lion, has returned, vnus ui'i.n any m.ittor of public !m- j Ii appears that flw men from town portnnce'oi tlie nieatest value. , T.S.A., photographers, having th mlK'h import- j awl stn.vid there two wevks. This is i,nc� ciiiit'i ',! attached to lhisi : H�ul l� 1,0 lht' origin of tho disease, matter as n s the essence of good ] From there they enmc on to Mac-goWr.iin'tit Hi i.n;. province tlu- , leod, not stopping at Unhbrldge. ii'iuVn i tlnouph or by means : Leaving Macleod wheiv tiiey sUiyed of wh.ih llf la�s are . n orred.siiould | some 12 days, they went to fl.ires le on a s un 1 Imm*. 1 am therefore holm towards tho ei>d of Novem'i. r Lethhridge, Alia., -Jan. 20, 1907. To Tin: Pini.ic We tuke pleasure in announeiiiir that on Feb. 1st we are taking over the business lately condueled by the reliable and well known firm of Messrs. Sherlock, Freeman & Co. In doing so we purpose keeping tl e stt ck up to its present high standard cf iiual.ty. ai d by giving our patrons prompt attention and courteous treatment we trust they will continue to favor us with their valued patronage. We are, Yours respect fully, NELSON W.J.NELSON. E. J. FRASER. your most careful ftt-bo dnvcted towards w. c. Advocate, OFFICE,  SIMMONS Barrister, Etc. SOVTHAtlD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Mr. Speaker and gent'emcn legislative Assembly : of th � BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinary � nnd Surgical Work, call on . . ! Dr. F. W. J. Johnston, Lelhbridge i j Graduate of Toronto Veterinary' Col. iOc*�rs loft at lliginbothams Store. W. SHAW, Painter & Decorator I Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co..' ; Agent for S. 1\ Nelson & Co.'s j Windowphanie, the modem trnns-lucent glass decoration. j Leave onlers at Luthbridge Hotel, j "it gives me great plensuiv to welcome you to the svcoml session of tho first legislature of the province of Alberta, 'the past year has witnessed un uuparallelv d development In Western Canada, and parli-culaily in this provine- (iur !iun:Me grutitutle is due to I�  I'rov i I-�nco for tho bountiful harvest uf the itnst year an 1 for the inat ria' prosiMintv turn always follows in c n id.iu that teuti, ti �ill the-e ti.OaMirc*. "The iidased activity in railway c n.iniiii.n tliet h-is ivcent'.V tak-en pi, i\- ihn U| hvut the vv?sl and the ctrtaiit.v 11' a very much larger |�meiu in tins direction in the near makes it lm|s'rative that piovis.on lo made for a uniform law Bovcrmng railways within th> |.|-.,v n..' A in-nsure will le Mib'n.ti'd to v ou having ties purpose in view | "'Ihe i_iowih of trade an I coin-merec in i:,,' [irovmce during the past \ be.n Very rapid, and , wi'li meiea'-ed growth tomes new 1 li-sp. n-ioiiil It has long hivn fit ly tho romm.'iciul coiiununity. that 'h. law i:oVi ruing ussigiiun-nt.s ly n s hi n.t p'Msons was in a con-tllli. n i.i I- . r. .ill sat .s'aelory III order to iiui -Ii,irate tins outl.tion of af-f.i i'. n in n-'ire pro\ id fur n coiapi.e.. syuiem oi a 1 in in ist rat ion of insolv in tates up,mi the most im-pio'etl Lues will I,, submitted for v our c n1- d �! at ii.n. 1 'ill' proti'ction of gam  and game D. C. MOORE Tuneral Director and Embalmer i I - i Uffica-Noxt to Prcarytorian Church. OOlco Phone 103. Itcsidenco 130. NOTICE. 1 am using this method of informing the pwbllc of tha arrangement* I hive mado regarding any order for teaming they may wish to give me. For tha present, leave your order for teaming at Mr. C W. dray's Hardware Store. Phono 66. Coal roust lie paid for oa delivery. W. TAVLOn. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsiteB. Contract pi it** on application. Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. *"ed. pulley"* For Fino Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. II. Morris transfer office, one door south of the Army Barr icks. Fine Work a Specialty Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. I.O.^jJO^O.F. Vtcti in OOdfeilow* Hall every Krlrtjr cvihIiik at .3" u'cluck. VUlling orelbren are alvam �" leumi-. C. V. Bennett. E.V. Dooley, ft. ti. He- acc WILLOW ERANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 3 Mrel* In Cd'ltrUowii' Hall t erf aecond and fourib Tburaday. Vuitora alwi;a jvelceme. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies N. a. Bee. aer. End of the Morison Dixon BUGGY COMPETITION and remained there until j Si, wIkh two of tho party, Slianl'. 1 and Metlman went to High 1 liver j followed on the 21th by lVters. I Ramsay and Snider, the other three. ' liters  took sick fivo or six days ago I at Clarcbhohn ami twelve days after Hums ay had a severe attack, that is i to say. that they were both ill when they tamo to High Uiver, not oi i chicken pox, as it was at first sup - ' posed at L'larowholm. but of small pox, and on arrival at High Uiver Knmsay did not consult any physician and received no treatment. Or-djrs were taken In town for enlarged photographs and various visits were paid to farm houses for tJio sain.' purpose, both at Clure&holm and Hinh Itivvr, so that an outbreak is |to�sible at one or more of these houses lu High Itiver strict nmis-uies have been taken. The Alberta Hotel is uuaiantitiod, the schools are closi-J nnd children will not be ul-I lowed Uick uxctitt cn presentation ol i phlisiciuiis ci'rtlllcate.s of successful ! vaccination. j All public assemblies are forl-idden : and a general vaccination is taking place There have been so far, six I cases more or less severe of small ' pox, all of which are of parlies who had not been vaccinated. Of r.\p.>s>\l |tersons 10 are quarantined at the Alberta Hotel, I at Cottage Hos- Something Delicious for Lunch or for dinner is n good, pure beer-like the Lethbriilgc beer for instance. It's not only "g. vernge Lethbridge Brewing Mating Company, Ltd. : pitul and ten others ut a couple of FOn SALE. . Five acres improved Irrigable land, with house, stablo und storehouse, a good start in email fruits, one mile and a half from post office, south of tbe fair grounds. Apply on the premises- 0. A. JOHNSON, Lethbridge. WANTED. A nurse maid. Nourso. Apply Mrs. C. O.K. MINABD'S OAB0F.T IN LINIMENT COWS. CURES Court Star or Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meet* Ut and Brd-Mon-dijr* In *�ch ">o"th a, a tin.. In odrifrllowa Han, ound bl. Vlalllng breib-i en cordlall? welcome. TH0S. HEATON, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE. SEC. Some Good Lines of MEN'S SHOES Just arrived. You get the benefit of my experience as a practical man. Come and look at them. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while you wait. F\ GERMAN Hon. A. O. Blair, former Premier of New llrunswick, Minister of Railways in the Dominion government and inemiber of tha Railway Com -mission, died suddenly at Frederic -ton, N.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 secure the Buggy. Cash must accompany each coal order. I private residences, all e.\|tosed |tt?rsons having beeu vaccinated and in most, cases successfully since l�c-ing quarantined. The disensu is thus under completu control in the town. ! Danger may arise, however, from outbreaks in furm houses and in this case special arrangements wouldhuvc to be made for the accommodation of patient*. Hut of this there is, not much likelihood as vaccination is now general, and when the name* of the fanners visited uru ( a circular giving small pox symptoms und preliinininury treatment will no doubt be sent to each, whilst in the meantime the Mayor is having the | hotels, |>o�t office, stores &c. billed to tho like effect. No fear noed be apprehended of the disease spreading to this district; yet the duty of vaccination Is very manifest, and should not Ihj neglected. Tho fuel that ail 1 (ho cases of small pox at High Itiver woro those of parties who had not been vaccinated is, to our mind, wry srgTiificant, and should bo borne in mind by tho few who will objoct to vaccination as futile or dnngorous. It is certainly Infinitely Ions dangerous to a community than snutll-pox. TRY WM. OLIVER ----FOR----- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and nil kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary ami Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory -Comer Round and Bompas Streets , Telephono 1."�.'{ Z B E E F VYTE are selling more l.eef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your l.eef now, while it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. Imperator Hams and Becon. Telephone �.U. B E E F ^�#*********#�a>#*�**#�#*a>**i!a>#�i>a>i>�>**|ta>��Ji) A NEW SETTLEMENT. Albion. Jan 31.-K. Hunt Is digging a well and Hie water has got to come or lie will go to China I y the short route. IKO ^O RIU40)8 !)8JOM fH(l JO OUO season parsed over here on the 23ixl Al Welch and VUl. Lyua, went to Diamond City for coal and were caught in the storm and had to remain all night. Mr. Luudy passed through here on his way from Diamond city with a load of coat on tho 23rd. D. J. Davis has boon laid up with the blip fur tho post week, hut he Is aWo to bo around again. J. Wallace is home from Clares -holm. There must bo some attraction over there. That is right, we don't want uny bachelors here. A. Whito went to Clnresholm on tho 23rd. > * A. EASTON & CO. MANL'FACTl'RERS 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. (inannnnnaannnonnnnD Hill ??????? fiiSJBIl! ????3 For ar.y disease of the akla wo can iveommend Chamberlain's Salve. It relieves the itching and burning sensation Inetautly and soon effects a cure. This salve Is also iavaluatle for sore nipples. Sold by All Drug -gtste. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIUAR8 IN A * NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. . Tho cleauost and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEOHOUK � itiiiiicionnon; ,n. raifflilillllliSlIIBH ??annnnnrn ;