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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta imam ft. ALONE TD6ei' not iiuiko n good article. The design may be perfect and yet the workmanship bo so ]K>or Ow to eix>il tho artistic "feffoct. The throe Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played a very im- g>rtant part in our terling Silvor Spoons. The manufacturers nro concccltxl to bo among the best silversmiths on tho continent. SPOONS ARE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee DR. P. W. TULLER ] \f. C. T. U. i-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON | a ^^T"^1^ illBPOIlT OF TUB PROVINCIAL Jfflce-0��r Otl'n Barbershop. . . 3:ot) to rVOo! CONVENTION AT MOOSE JAW. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician Hours-11:00 lo 18:iin noon p. m ; 7',00 to 8:30 p. m. Office Night Hell ai.tl Telephone W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eto OFFICE, - - SOITHAKD block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. C. G. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office-Over ttlgfefco*barn's Drag Store PHONE Office 120 House 04 i Presented to the Local Union by ! Their tailgate, Mrs. Humtdt-r.es. Tho following Is the report of tho annual W.C.T.U. convention hold In Moose Jaw, Sask.. on Oct. th lo 8th, 1000, presented to local union by Mrs. A. K. Humphries. There won a meet-inn of the executive committee in tho home of Mis Alexander Thursday evening to ar-ratigo the schedule of business for convention and plan of work, resolutions and coinmitteo of courtesies were appelated. First session met Friday morning PRIZES FOR THE FARMERS Offered by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields or Different Grains. r-k �* i- o Raptist church. eaii T phr!!ld,?� ���"". Acceutht,. led to order by 4'r.ovlnclnl President, Oflico-Rcdpath St. cor. Burdett. Mrs Craig of olds. After m,,*,,,. 0f Houre-IWnrn ft a.m.. 3-� n.m !the h.vmn- "�� keadelh Me. " Presi- T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hnil Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Pull particulars on application. ,convention and that the work uligtit bo planned to tho best advantage then DR. B. JACKSON DBNT18T Ask your ticket agent for tickets via tho Wisconsin Centra] Ry. -To- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points Cast and South Convenient trains. Pullman sleep-. era, Free reclining chair curs, Dining cars. For full information address IT.J Bergemann. travelling agent, 871 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or-.las 0, Pond, general ]mssenger agent. Milwaukee. Wis. Drs. DeVcber & Campbell !for th� ,., . . , _ The committee on courtesies Physicians nnd Surgeons ^traduced to us Manitoba* orgnn- - Her, Mr�. Hyslop. She is u tunmo Offices-Ott block. 'Phono 113. Scotch woman, with a bright untiling face, and Intelligent appear-once that makes one think that �!� j will leave an Impression that will ] not soon be forgotten Mm. Hyslop � jtook ob active part in the fight for Graduate Northwestern University .local option In Manitoba towns. Dental School, Chicnvo. Offico-Ott Block. Drs. McClure & Stewart St'nr.EON DENTISTS |where women were disfranchised, because the liquor men had sukt. If women arc allowed to vote our i-re lis lost." Mrs. Hyslop has, previous Oftice- to coming west, worked in the same field in which Mrs. Craig worked in Quebec. Mrs. Craig and tho con  wntion received Mrs. Hyslop. and block. Office Hours T TA If  I .1 t  Ion of thu land on which crop was raised, stating under oath the number of acres and total number of bushels; also have man doing the threshing make nn affidavit. Send these affidavits and samples of grain to our Lethbridge office In the South urd Ulock, Lethbridge. We will publish In tho Lethbridge Herald, a list of the yields as wo receive them. This will im open until December t. Wo will give fio for the Uncut sain |ilo of wheat on dtraw; $10 for tho finest sample of barley on the straw and $10 for tho finest sample of oats on tho straw. The grain to be delivered to our Lethbridge office. We arc interested in Sunny Southern Alberta, having tuken nearly 2.-000 people Into tho country south of Lethbridge and sold 100.000 ceres of land to the most progressive fanners from the Stales, many of whom have become settlers. Ee expect to sell more land during the year of tttO? than we did In 1000. We _would Ilka to hoar from every farmer in tho districts aliove mentioned, giving their experience In farming in Southern Alberta us compared v-lth farming In the States. We wish to haw them 9tnto numbor ot acrea under cultivation, quality and quantity of dltTorent crops raised. In fact, we would bo p'oased to receive any information regarding tho country In general but tho farming Interests *,n particular. If you havo choice samples of grain or vegetables, wo would be pleased to receive them. Wo expect, to spend a tonplc thousand dollars advertising Southern Alberta during the coming year, and we know of no liotter advertisement, than tho testimony of the farmers who arc farming In that country. We expect to Issue a magazine entitled, "Farming In South  em Alberta." This will lie gotten out by Jan. 1st. We will pitblish loiters from farmers, settlers with a great dcoA of other valuable Information. If you have any pictures of tho country which would be suitable to reproduce In this magazine, send them to us; pictures showing view* of farms, stock, grain, build  lings, or anything of Interest. Everyone who sends us a letter, picture, sample of grain, or anything of that nature, will receive a copy of lhl� magazine. �ranHaaBMSHBfHHHBHH MCkn-jj All Kootenay Steel Range wearing parts arc made extra (ootenay Range a uvnuon-Toronto- Monrreai i 1 Y/innipeg-Vancouver-St.JohntIB' BRODJE & STAFFORD O. W. KERR CO. Main Office, Minneapolis, Minn. O. W. KERR CO. ! Branch Office, Southard j Block, Lethbridge, Alta.! WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Ptipors, from Cc. a roll up De�t of work gun ran teed. Residence-First house east Court House, on Iluroness Road. of und made her honorary member dur Ing convention. Greetings were th.n ; received from Mrs. Powell of Cnlgar,,-our organizer for the last year for 1 Alberta, and the Convention np -{pointed a committee to ncknowlcdyv* the receipt of greetings ami Ti meet her at the door and toll Krt\� tn rrtifellows- Halt c cry aacnnd and j hor that the lady of the houso was J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent I | RAYMOND - - ALBERTA.; ! A. W. McVittie ! Dominion Land Surveyor I l i Will devote bis entire time during the summer to laying out new itowusilcs. Contract pilcee on application. : SS'-Oiliee at the Coaldalo Hotel, Lethbridge. our Lethbridge Y and Moose Juw jlng year. Mrs. Hyslop called our V. After the reading of this report attention to tho Cradle Holl ilepart-:Mrs. Powell hold a conference with [ment.p and explained this department jthe girls in tho basement. Next canto | to us Mrs. Powell gave a paper on our president's address, which Mtc y work which was very interesting. started with the question. "Why Have Wc All Met Here?" She sax'l Mrs. Powell spoke of the ndvan -tuge this soi'le in this way it broadens -the'r out purpose to help our feilov- nv n. She thought to, 'twas to tell our failures u:id encouragenvnts. She realizetl loo. that if we would work success- look, and deepens their sympathies : Saturday evening was left to the ' committees to finish their business. Tho meetings of Sunday afternoon fully we must lorgft self and think 4l|ul eVenlng were enthusiastic ami of others, and that in this wny that wo ourselves should be benefited well attended. It. the afternoon the various Sunday schools met. In their Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. | fourth Tiiurkdajr. VUllor* iitiii welcome Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Davies K o. Oec. sec. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. O. F. Meets 1m and ird Hon* dijr* In each tnoutb a- I |i in.. In odalf.-tlowa Ha 1, rt ,i,il St. Vi�lllng breth- ten cuidUllr w.lcoroe. I. E. PROCTOR, C. R, A.M.RITCHIE, SEC. McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all orders coal Office-First door south of Sal ration Army barracks. Telephone 77 George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yurd North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades | Lowest Prices -YARDS AT--- ; LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND. STIRLING ! TABOR. Stock Before Buyi.igGlsewhero. nnnr.innnnnnnriDr: ? LOOK  SWELL By putting a new set of harness on your horse, new robes in your buggy and a warm overcoat on yourself.----- We will fit you out at prices to suit your purse. Horner & Hutchison innnnnnnnni'innr There are 28B names on tho lists for the formation of the Edmonton. Infantry reg.tnent and the success of ib$ schtiae is assured. out. Finally one day choosing a delicate rose bud or two she made her way to the same house ami rapped timidly at the door, and this time there wait a beautiful youn^ woman came to the door, and when sho gave her the flowers, she took them and looked one moment at the beautiful rose, and bursting into tears asked the young lady uho brought them to come In. It �*as a long sad story- she had to tall, but todaythat girl is one of the purest mo-rt. devoted and earnest christluit workers that the W.CT.1.'. have got. We must not becomo dihcourogod if no do not seo immediate results of our work. We should see If we do 1 our part faithfully and leave result* , with Him who doeth all things well. Next came the report of lumber and mining camp work, by the su|K-r-Intendent of that departrm-nt. Mrs. Gainer, of Btrathconu, after which followed a long discussion us to j ndvlsabifiiy of racing u fund in W C.TI'. for tho purpobo of s.-udliirf u man to work amongst th -m wh-re there are no gospvl privilegea. The. suggestion v its put to a v�te and carr.cd It was now tho hour for noontide prayer. After Wh|c read -It Will Pay You To See Ourjin* hy MrH �l>'�>op and a little (�;k  - - - -  - on the neces*tlty of lndividu.il pniilv and sklrltuality, end a xeasou oi l>rayer, session adjourned to nuvt a gain at two. The ufternoon session calUd tt> ur der at 3..S0. .Hymn "lU.�cuo tlvo iVr-i'shlng," devotional exorcises 1>y Mr* Kirk of Hod Deer. Mrs. M. C. Kin ney's report on ScW*ntific Temperance instruction in schools was given. In the discussion which followed this report, somebody suggested that we have text cards printed and get the teachers permission to have them hung ia the schoolrooms. It was decided that our literature depository haw a number of those cards printed. Mrs. Fife then drew the atten ;.\lrs. Craig was very much encourag- usvmi pineon and after u short sess  !ed by the progress mode during ill- iOI, Wl(.jj marched in a body to t ' past year. Whore we had 22 Unions titv where a Sunday school (iuwt year wo now havo 29. j temperance rally was held. IVtwoen It was now 6 o'clock and a move 400 and 500 children were present 'of adjournment was ' made as we'That sen of upturned children's fac-were to meet in the basement of tho waH tt kleasant picture and an in-' Presbyterian Church, where the V. s iSpiration to the speakers. The programme consisted of Juven-took part, and addresses by Mrs. ile songs, in which all the children hymn "All Hull the Cmlfr Mrs j|cK|niM.v lu,d Mrs. Hys-of Jesus Same" scrijrttire Mrs. Craig spoke of the work of the Ix>yal Temperance Ijeglon; Mrs. McKinney took as the luihis of her remarks. "Whntsoeier a man sow.-th thnt shall he also reap," drawing In-r illustrations from the flower garden, etc.; Mrs. Hyslop told the children Aid of Methodist Church. SOMIO interesting stories emphasizing' Men's Chrlsllnn Association. ,,, ,lllIM,r,ftni., of ,OPming wtl.,,llS and President of Y- had a ten prepared for us. After two social hours we met tn auditorium fur evening tiuvl'ng. Mietlug o|vned with Power reuding ami prayer, followed by address of Wflronw \iy Mrs. Alexander of Moos.. Jaw in lx>half of the'.r union. ICeply by Mis. P. S. Woodlutll. Culgary. There was ulsp nddresses from tlK> Mayor, the pastors, tho Ladies Yout.3 |i:haraeters, and establishing lenqvr session u,c,j principles and Signing the pledge while young. Sunday evening n temperance -.nt'iss meeting was held in thu city hall at H-ITj. and was- attended by all thu i congregntions of tho city. The pastors of the Itaptist, Met hod lit an i i'reshyterian churches were on the 1 literature depository, nuik.ng a tot- |,,lllt,onn onft thc ,inBinK waH Uvl bv al of $2T.�0 paid Into Provincial 1,unJUs| eh(,irH ot tlll> wu,u> rh.ir-Treasury during the past year by tnCS Uthbridge Union. , Mrs McKlnn,v 8poko of lho rapill Mrs. Reynolds then gave the report; acvclopincnt of lho WC9t un(1 ll8 of railroad work. There was -----u  Saturday morning, 0.30 'o|>enisl in the usual way. After the ;reading of the minutes Mrs. McKin-1 t.ey read the 1'rovlriclnl Treasurer's J report. lv.-tMnira>luro. ICntflish and [oivigji, then gave her report, and Mrs. Craig staled that 'in connection with th.s department ]w� now havo leaflets 111 French, German. Norwegian, Dunibb, Swed -ish, Itohemian und other languages, jail of which may bo obtained from 1 Mrs. Woodhall of Calgary. Mrs Craig then gave her report of legislation and petition work, and told 'us what became of the petition for j woman's dower which was circulated about a year ago- After a discuss-Jlon on this subject our president {announced olaclion of officers. and after u season of earnest prayer for guidance, the election was proceeded with and tho same olllcers were unanimously eloeted with -the exception of treasurer who had sent .n her resignation, Mrs. Strathy of La- great opportunities - but opportun-,ty brings corresponding respons.bil-ity. The great need of thu west Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii>iiiiiiit? three times a week.----------------------------- P. Burns & Co., Ltd. | ----Telephone M-- | m*********** ********* *********************a ; A. EASTON & CO. J MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. m AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS j AND DEALERS IN . TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, �  ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON I ; COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. . | nnnnn AN OLD TIMER WITH THE--- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A * NEW STAND * .lust drop into my now quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. '.' Tho cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ir iri'innnoanrjOn PlglPWllWliliTlBlHi ;