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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta '''^9 Does not make a good /attilble. The design may be perfect and yet the , workmanship be 90 poor to eixjil the artistic ''effect. The three Qvmlity. Design, Execl-Icat Workmanship Have played a very iin- Sortant part in our ierling Silver Spoons. The manufactnrers are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS ARE FROM |8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler Optiqian T. E. Patteson ott block Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent DR; P W, TUtLER i-HYSIClAN AND SUROEON LETHBRIOOX: Jfflcc-Over Oil's Barber Shop. Hours-11:0n to Vi-.iXl hood; 3:U0 10 5:00 p. m ; 7:U0 lo 8:30 p. m. Office NiKbi Bell and Tclepfcooe W. C. SliMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. office, - - southard block W. CJ. u. nEPORT OF THE PROVINCIAL CONVENTION AT MOOSE JAW. Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. C. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Office-Over Itfgi'bkorbam's Drof Store �PHONE Office 125 House 94 Presented to the Local I'nion Their Deligate. Mrs. Huiiiivh-r;e8. t'.v Drs. Mcwburn & Gsdbraith PhysiclaiM Surgcont, Accouchcrt Office-Redpath St. cor. Bunlett. The following is the report of the iinnuiil W.C.T.U. conwntion held in Moose Jaw. Sask., on Oct. th to 8th, 1900. presented to local union by Mrs. A.. K. UumphricK. There was a rawtiug of the executive committee in the hoiue of Mrs. Alexander Thursday e\'cninK to arrange the Bches were appointed. First session met Friday morning at 9.30 in the Baptist' Church, called to order by tPrxivincial President, Mrs. Craig of Olds. After '(iiiging of the h.vn!n, "Ifo Leodeth Me," Prosi- Hoitrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.,. 7-8 p. m.. Sundays-2.30 to S-SU,"*"** "�� c�-���de P-^in. lUJ. i>RIZES FOR THE FARMERS Orrcred by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields of Different Grains. m. Telephones 41 and 53. P. H. Mewburs W. S. Galbbaitb M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. Fire, Life, Accident and Huil Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Tiill particulars on application. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell � Pliysicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. duntist Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicai'o. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To-- MUwaukce. Chicago, and All Points East and Soutli Convenient trains, Pullman slcep-. ers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. Ppr full information address H.J. Bergemann, travelling agent, 371 Robert st., St. Paul, Minn.; orJas. d, Pond, general jDassenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hanirer, Decorator, gent for Empire Wall Papers, from 6c. a roll up. Best of work guaran teed. Residenco-First house east Court House, on Baroness Road. of Mrs. McKinney made a very progrcs-8i\Ti proj-cr, for guidance and wisdom to carry on the work of the convention and that the work iiiight be planned to the best advantage for the coming j'ear. The committee on courtesies then introduced to us Manitoba'^ organizer, Mrs. U>-8lop. She is a lonnie 'Phone 143. little Scotch woman, with a bright, I- smiling face, and intelligent appear- UK. t>. JJ\\,l\.a\Jl^ ^.jll i^vg ^ impression that will not soon be forgotten. Mrs. Hyslop took an active part in the Oght tor local option in Manitoba towns, where women were disfranchised, because the liquor men had said. If women are allowed to vote our I'se ia lost." Mrs. Hyslop has, previous to coming west, worked in the samu field in which Mrs. Craig worked in Qticbec. Mrs. Craig and the con -vuniion received Mrs. B^'slop, and 'greeted her with Chataitqua salute, and made her honorary member during convention. Greetings were ihen received from Mrs. Powell of Calgary our organizer for the last year tor Albcrtn, and the Convention ap -pointed a committer to acknowledge j the r'x-eipt of greetings and to send greetings to some of our absent members. The Superintendent's report of tlie , Office-Ott Block, Drs. McClurc & Stewart surgeon dentists Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - ALBERTA. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract pilcee on application. te^Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. 1.0. ^0^0. F. Meet* In ortdfenowii' Hall every Friday evetitng at 7.HO o'clock, VUIIln( brethtcB arc always welcome. W. Bennett. C. V. Bennett. M. a. Bee. see WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets In Odnrellowa' Ball c cry aecood and rourib Ttiurtday. VUiiora always welcome. Mrs. J.. Stafford. Annie Davies M. a. B�c. Mc. "We want to hear from farinerN in the Lethbridge, Rtt>Tiionti, Chares-holm, Nanton and High Ri%-er districts regarding the yields of dlfTur-cr.l grains in 1906. Wu are orforing the following priEos.- The Iwst yield 820 acro.s of wheat, either wiirter or spring, wo will offer a pi4ze of $30 in cash. The best yield of SO acres of oats $35 cash. Best yield of 50 acres of borley, 15I8.5.00 cosh. In competing for the abo\-e prizes It is necessary for parlies cotupet -ing to make an aflldavit, givir.g the name. P.o. address, legal dc8cri|>t -ion of the land on which crop wus rai.�ed. statitg under oath the number of acres and total number of bushels; also have man doing the threshing nmke an afndavit. Send these affldtivits and samples of grain to our Lethbridge uflico in the South-urd Block. Lethbridge. Wc will pulv lish ir.> the Lethbridge Herald, a list of the yields as wo receive them. This will be open until December \. Wo will give $10 for the flnoet sam pie of wheat on dtraw; flO for tho finest sample of barley on the straw and $10 for the finest sample oats'on the straw. The grain to be delivered to our Lethbridge office. We are interested in Sunny Southern Alberta, having taken nearly 2.-000 people into the country south �>f Lethbridge and sold 100,000 !>e-res of land to the most progi^sivo faruwrs from the States, many of whom have i)ecomo settlers. Ec expect to soli more land during the year of 1907 than we did in 1906. We j,vould like to hoar from every furnu>r in the districts al>ove mentioned, giving their experience in farnring in 9outher of acres under cultivation, qua'.ity and quantity of dilTerent crops raised. In fact, wo would be p'.oased to receive an.v information regarding the country in general but the farming intere-sts ^n particular. If you httvo choice samples of grain or he V work which was very intenesting. started with the question. "Why Mrs. Powell spoke of the ad van . Have We All Met Here'?' She said tage this sot'iety was to a girl in she thought that wos liccause our helping her to thnk of others and in this way it broadens their outlook, and deepens their sj-mpathies hearts were stirred with a noble purpose to help our fellov m^'n. She flower, fruit and delicacy department was given next. We found from dis- encouragements. Site realized this department that had not heenj^O"- **** " *'� '""''^ success-^ cussion that work hod been doai in ^""^ and evening were enthusiastic recorded, and that wc could not �' others, and that in this way that vv-gll attended. Ii. the afternoon the put Into 6gures for report, and your ourselves should be benefited, various Sunday schools met in their Mrs. Craig was very much encourag- yj^ua! placet) and after a short sess  ed by the progress made durinjc I'v'ion each m Craig. Mrs. McKinney ami Mrs. Hyslop. Mrs. Craig spoke of the work of ' the Loyal Temperance Legion; Mrs. McKinney took as the ba.sis of her remarks, "Whatsoever a man sow^th that shall ho also reap," drawing hL-r". of adjournment was " made as wo were to meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church, w^here the V. s had a tea prthat girl is one of the purest most devoted and earnest christian workers that the W.C.T.U. have got. We must not becotno di-scouragiwl if I literature depository, mak.ng a total of $27.60 paid into Provincial Treasury during the past year by Lethbridge Union. airs. Reynolds then gave the report of railroad work. There was much Office-First door south of Sal vatiofl Array barracks. Telephone 77 LOOK  SWELL . By patting a new set of hameai on your horse, new rolies in your buggy and a warm overcoat on : younelf.----�- We will fit you out at jurioes to suit yotir purse. -YARDSAT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND, STIRUNG TABORi It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyi^gElsPwhere. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of Music J, Geo. Haper, Director Homer & Hutchison ^1. 1^1^' fT^*!* �� 888 names on the lists for. tlw ioirnurtion of the Edtnonton . [}iaiia^:mg,a�at and the succes* of' IsaMurtd. DEPARTMENTS . Vocal, Violin, Piano Tlieory, Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Wood, wind, Brass Instruments, Chorus and Choir Directing, Physical Culture and dramatic Art. Special inducements to Mando. lin, Banjo, and Guitar students who enter before Nov. Ist, 1906. Studios over Ms Mbw Store. LETHBRIPOE, ALTA, we do not see immediate results of; "I'scusslon about comfort bags and our work. Wc should .see if we do �*P'a'�at'on as to how to make them our part faithfully and lea\-o result.') with Him who doeth all things tvell. Next oan'er. session adjourned to n�it a- report of fa*r work. Several ui-gain nt two. ... 'ons had done work along ih.s line, The afternoon sesirinn called to or^ ! booths and distrlbuteJ der at a.ao. .Hymn "Rcscuo thcPe.- >'t�fttt�*�"e and given out ice water. fshing." devotional exercises "by Mrs Kirk of Red Deer. Mrs. M. C. Kinney's report on Scientific Tempcr- The Superintendent of litorwluro, ICnf^H'ish naid foroie�i. then ga\e her report, and Mrs. Craig stated that once instruction in schools was giv- connection with this department en. In the discussion which followed no* have leaflets in French, this report, aomebody suggested that f*crman, Norwegian, Danish, Swod -we ba%'� text cards printed and get I^>)�>n'>*n and other languages. the teacher* permiuion to have them bung in the achoolrooms. It was de-elded thai our Htenature depoaKory have a nunjfter of those cards print-ad. Mrs. Fife then drew the atten-t�on of our ooaventioa to three \-ery all of which may be obtained from Mrs. Woodhall of Calgary. Mrs. Craig then gave her report of legislation and petition work, and told us what became of the petition for woman's dower which was circulated pwthetic case* of death and illness irj about a year ago. After a discuss -town and the convention decided to ion on this subject our president mnd flowers with tlie Bympathies of announced election of officers, and the convention. Later tour tMiqucts titter n'seoson of earnest prtt.vcr for of beatttiful HIies were brought to |guidance, the election was proceedotl the church and a lady Appointed to deliver th�n. Mrs. Powell of On>n-/ell then gave a report of her work There are now two Young Women's the importance of forming strong characters, and establishing temper- ', anco principles and (Agning tho pledge while young. Sunday evening a temperance '.mass meeting was hold in the city hall at 8.15, and was- attended by all the congregations of the city. The pastors of the Baptist, Methodist ami Presbytcrion churches were on the platform and the singing was led by the united choirs of tlie same chur -ches. Mrs. McKinney spoko of the rapid j development of the west and its great opportunities - but opportunity brings corresponding respons.bil-ity. The great need of the west 'b men and wonvcu of convictions and moral purpose-those who are will -ing to sacrifice themselves for public good, and the welfare of comim? gencrattons. Mrs. Hyslop, in an able address led people to see their duty as Chris-tiars and citizens. All were benefitted by her earnest word.s. The meetings of Monda}' were tak -en up with reports of various -o'.u-mittecs, a question box conducted :>y Mrs. Hyslop, and unfinished business The place of meeting for 1907 was loft to the executive committoo to decide. Tho con\*ention closed at 4 p. m., and was pronounced one of the best yet held. WWWWWWWWW WW WW WW WW WW WVWW^ * TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR"- ^ Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not Bond all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, ^'ards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Toleplione 153 W WW WW www WWWW W WW W  WWWWWWWWWVWWWWWW Tiie Host Eiacting StaDdards (^f criticm prevail, and only unequaled quality finds favor wish us.--�---------- All kinds of fresh and cured moats. Fresh fish throe times a week.----------- Burns & Co., Ltd. -Telephone 91-- wHh and the same ofllcers were unanimously elected with the exception of treasurer who had sent -,n her resignation, Mrs. Strathy of La- IN TIME OF PtACK. In the first months of the Rusjia Japan war vt> hud a striking exam pie ol the necessity for preparatio.t and the early advantage of those who, so to speak, 'have shingled tholr roofs in dry weather." The virtue qI preparation has mode history and given to us our greatest � m."v. The individual as well as the nation should bo prepared for any cm.-.r-gency. Are you prepared to successfully coimbat the first cold you ta'�>' A cold can bo cured much more ({uickly when treated as soon as it has boon contracted and .before It hi t become settled in the syntem. IChain herlaln's Cough Itemc�iy is famous for its cure of colds and it shuul.l be kept at hand ready for instant lA. EASTON & CO. Jl 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. I Christian Tunperaace Union's, one combe' is our treasurer for the com- use. For sale by all druggists. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW ST A N D Just drop into my new quarters and convince your, self that I am up-to-date, .  The cleanest antl brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ;