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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta QUALITY ftLGKB Does not. make n gootl article. The design may be perfect and yet tl�e workninnship be so poor na to B{x)il the artistic etTeot. Th�? tJiree Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played a very im-porlaiit part in our Sterlini^ Silver Spoons, The manufacturers are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS APE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional gnarantf^e Wm. C. Lipiiardt Jeweler Optician DR. P. W. TULLER f HYSICIAN AND SUHOEOK LETHBRIOGE jrrice-Over Ott>� Barker Shop. . liourt-II MM) to 13:00 noonr!i':ou to ^-.00 p. 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. orflce MiRbt B�U KBtf Tclapkoo* W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. offick, - - southard block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. C. C. CRAGQ PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON oaec-Orer niB.';.k.i�ham*� Ilrag Store PHONE OXflce 125 House 94 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phyilciani Suretont, Accouchett Office-RedpothSt. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before 0 a.m., 2-3.p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sandayt-2.:il) to �.m) p. m. Telephones 41 and 5;(. R H. Mewbitkn W. S.\ith M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. 1- T. E. Patteson OTT IJI.CMJK Real Estate, insurance and Commission Agent Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons I - i Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Ui'sidontial Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lauds, etc.. for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. DR. B. JACKSON dentist Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicat'o. Office- Ott Block, NEWS OF THIS REGION ft FEES OF OFFICIALS Taken From Southern Albctta FapcTS As I'iXf'd 1>,V the f;ovcrniiTa/tHnt he' wa� . ablo to sh >w SpanLsh cnloM'^ which nttraotcJ jFor attsndin^ groat attention at the local fall fair. ; court cn banc while criiii-. Ucllcvuc citizens nr� beginning to v'fhat the gcnet^al crop averagEer ifietii ...............� nicnt'.s neglect of the town in lh� on Saturday when Mr. WrigUt j For suiniiKMiiiig jury-each jm- ttiattor of a post office. Dello'ue .brought in a wagon load of the i- J. D. HiRinbolham's new|,,^ ^ ,,^j. ^^^^^ ^rAiMM. .oonitentiary (e.xclusive of disbursements) per day absent ......... ......... .......... Actual and necessary dis-btir.semonts in taking care and towns of the proirie provin-v.�. of, guarding and convey- 'nuc gas rate at Medicine Itat wing .such prisoners. \yc reduced at the beginning of ; hp; For supcr.ntondonding e.k- will the imi>orted article to find a market here, but a big tmrie can bo built up for the home grown onion': in tho other ciiics fyear to fifteen cents. - Drs. McClure St Stewart surgeon dentists 9 a.m. to 12 n. i p.m. to 5 p.m. MKDICTXF. HAT. fFrom th� News.) Milwaukee. Chieafo, and All Points East nnd Sovik C'oDvonient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars. Dining cars. For full information address H.J Bcrgemann, travelling agent. 371 Robert st., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. J. E. ALLEN Architect anil Superintendent - ALBKRTA RAYMOND WM. SHAW r�iliter, Pajicr 1 lancer, Docofator, Bgint for Empire Wall PopoVs, from :>i: a roll up. Hest of work guaran t,>o.l. l!,.'iiili.nrn-First hojise ea�t ol (\,urt Tlousc on llaronoss Road. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor , Will devote his entire time during i the snmmer to laying out MW townaitcs. Contract pi'usM on application. fe�-Office at the Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 8. aATMOHS mm kum f nut : Mert� In OdnrcUowitj tIaU crerT rm\j I cvdcInK �! '..'lUu'cluck. VIsiUiix Drctbren arn i alvars wclcnmr. i E. J. Eraser, C. V. Bennett. no. Kec. Me WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Mifemtn rdiireUown' Ban e etf itecaniland fourth Ttiiiraday. Vlnltor* aiwa;ave Fcnton. of Wool-cbester in his 41st year. Mr. Fentou had been ill with pneumonia oaly a short time, and his death on Suu(.lay morning came us a surprise to iiis many friends. The town of IrVirc is t o be congratulated on the splendid new hoiul that has jiist hean opened up by John M. Phillips. The Is known a.� "The Alberta House" and contains ni large, well lighted and funii:4hv- Jctall. Dr. Jlcrdman, Su|>erintende:it of Missions for the Presibytieriaii cii rch in Alberta and BK.tish ColiiiiMa preached Sundaj' evening in the Pri!S-b.^terinn chui-ch. During the cou.'w iuf his able sermon, ir. spcakingalong education lines he romnrkcd on the need for a Prcsbj-terian Ladk*' College in All>erta. His choice nppear-�1 to rest upon Medicine Hat, and he said that if the city would sup -port such a moVfUK'nt that the Pres-li.vtery would sympath./e with it, as he considered there was r.o finer location to. \ic hud. __,! A man has been in town for a few c��sarrfi^oes it mean that the H il A. 11. RITCHIE, SEC "^-^".v _:--.,---- ! As the result of a prolonged spree lius Eic-hman was gathered in by ibe strong arm of the law on Friday I night ami ho is now putting in two I months at hard lal>or in the Lri-h-bi*idg'o police iNirrackfi. Kiehmau bas tct-n switching in the local C.l'.H. yards since Augunt when he blew ir-to town from "the other side." Ills local record was clo>an up to a w-.'.jk or two ag*i, according to Mr. If nrv llobson, with whom he boardeartlculur dog or its owner, hut that, a sp.rit of malignancy against dogs in general nutst have prouviitcil the deed. The successful wntun* which y,r. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOllD. SnRUNG TABOR. It Will Pay Vru To See Our Stock Before BityiagElsewliero. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of Music J. Geo. Hapeb, Director nitJH KiVKie (From the Tlnjes.) That the solil of this locality is \ capable of producing the very best i [qualit.v of sugar beet is finite rvil- i cnt. As proof of this statement, � refer you dear render, to L. M. Ito?) erts. In his office may be seen a j sugar beet, grown on the farm ui' J. W. .levell. of Frankburg, whth weighs 8i pounds. Mr. Jewell lias about an acre under cultivation und ho Is, cmineatiy pleasod with the re- , suit of his experiment. Coinir.g from i the south, where beet sugar i.f a staple product, he determine"! to plant an acre or so herv in order 1.0 ccittion in cat>ital cases, each............................... 20.'M) Artiuil and n^essery aid, lly other means ................l-'i If in ony the latter fuMS dods ' Kootenay Steel RanJ||| grates are niiidf ^ extra heavy MMistroi^ Kootenay London� Tor6hto*M^ Winnipof V�ncouvtr^St John ML BRODIE & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS o::oon Buy Some Sweetness Fresh from the Factory, a consignment of GANONG'S CHOCOLATES In btdk and fancy Ixjxes. see what the soil was cajjablc oi'n''t cover the actual and necessa/y | producing, aiid inwg'Jue iiis surpri� j expenditure a judge m��y allow such i to "find a crop equal to that gro n a sum as" will cover such expenditure; In any countfj'. Mr. Itoberts, wh > , For attending the sitt.ngs of the has seen the CieUi says the beots w.U icourt held at places other than avcrag� from 2J to 8 pounds and it : where there is a deputy sherilT, .-nrt is his Arm opinion that bcot sugar jwherp such attendance is ncccssitat-could be grown vcr>- successfully and icd by the criminal business, the he strongly rcconunends the estab - .shcrifl shall be entitled to mileage ii.s lishroent of a sugar beet factory m | above, and also an allowance of the High I'iver district. Farmcis, i three dollars a day for sulwistencj-what do yoU think about the - Provided however that no such inile-ter?  age or subsistence fees shall 'be laid Whilst walking along the edge on \ unles.i .t is certified by the presiiding a moai loitely part of Uig Ijake, on |.i>idge that the attendance of the Wednesday of. last week, Mr. Inglis. IsAeritT at such court was necessary who farms in the vicinity, made a land that the amounts charged ai-e gruesome discovery in the shiipe of a correct. human skeleton with u few s'hreds 01' ' Whore a deputy sheriff attends any \ clothing and a pair of boots cli-.. with oiie Francis on Kovember 7th. jfowing fees: 19fti>. The body was lying face do-.'.n jl^ept to summon .iiir.y wardf about eight foot from the j Cmpanneling a jury .............. water which^^ had receded consider- : summons for witr.ess, each ably du'riag the year. The recovjj-y j information, deposition or of tho todj- solves the mystoo' which '� examination of each wit - for the past tvelvemonth has (H'z- � ness ................................ zled many as the circumstances ivu- I Taking ewry recognizance ... necteil with the affair were ratuor j xaking irfqiAsition and mak- shroiidod. At the time search \ns i i�tum ....................... made and the lake dragged tor tae | |7^.g,.y warrant for arrest, if missing Jackson, but without aval : necessary ....................... The Wig l^kc reveale99*9*99999999i TRY WM. OLIVER ---FOR- Everything required in the construetion of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send k. Help to build up Lethbridge niid a local industry by [mtroni/.ing Oliver's Pinning and LuniSer Mills. Office, Yards and Faotbry-Corner Round and Boniijjis Streets TelepJjone liiH edge and caught in the long gras�. Tlw remains were loft as discovc-.d for sowral days awaiting instructions from headquarters as to 1 )e naee-ssity of holding a coroner's �.'i quest. The Coroner deeiux^d It unne'-essary for an iixiuesl to be held ;�nd necessarily trawlled .15 If in any case the latter foe rvice was bor.a 'fide performed, I-*' authoriznti to j>av ^such coroner an amount in addition I to his travelling expenses not �>\-jceeT,r,..-i. .�iv i'rf->v.i should be prepaml for any cm.- >^^^^ MOUTLM FX.VMlNAllONs. S'ra^Zt'ZTrTTJ" "T"" T^^^e physician or surgeon Tr ^ tuU.v combat the first cold you taie ^ . . ... A cold can be cun.Ml much more l'^"''' cxam.nat.on u actua.- quicWy when treal�l a-s soon o-s ;i ' ^K^'"^"'''"''' has been,contracted and,before It ii; , . , become settled in the s>-4.m. Chain > Tn cases v^hen on account of ...s-, berlain's Cough itenu^y is famotu. 1'''"^ ^ '""."l ^""""'f"""" for ft.s cu�, Of colds and it M I l^^'' phys.rtan to ake a post n,o.-b� kept at hand n-ady for instam i necessarily ;,,>- .ise. For sale by all druggists. '^"^J.'""\ "'^ .f"'''' '"'"'''"'V " � ' ^ .addition to mileage thcnc may beal- i lowed per day a fee of �20.00. ! A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTtTRERS OF I HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS * AND DEALERS IN ; TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ^GS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. i �99r#9ir#��#�9� GAMIiLEUS. Macleod's Chief Finwi 130 by Mr. Justice Stuart for Aiding Pool Sellerss riie same mileage may �)e allow.-d ! Lo ph.v�icians engaged to take \>c,m , mortem e.xaminatlons ns is ullowe^l to coroners in inquest cases. inrinnrnnpnnnnanaGnnnrw.jjr Macleod, .Nov. 0.-The oiChief nhode^ came up before Mr. .lustici^ Stuart >-esterdaj'. There was great excitement in the town, and the court room w.-is packwl. It will le renHirobercd that ithodes held tli? When tho tip of a dogs nos� is cold and .noist, that dog is uot m.K . A feverish dry nose means sicUnoss ^ with a dog. And so with the huma-i lips. Dry, cracked and colorless ! mean fowrishness and are us well ill , appearing. To have beautiful pirk a MacliNtn. chairman of tb.i and police committee. Pu�)Iic sympathy was .%\-ith tho ehicf. Mr. .fustic Stuart, fined him but nlloweil Francis Wright has n\!J0e in essai'ing Uho case to be h�)ld in reserw, and to raise Spanish onions out near the | will submit the evidence biefore the Junction is de��rviag of more than ^wxt sitting of the court on 'banc. door of tho town hall while PO'^l-'^ 1 ^.^l^.pi.liKcMips, apply nt be�ltime wore UMng sold at the recent rACos jp^j^^^i^g d^. Shoop's Green Sal ', Hr refused admission to IXHecLi-v,^^ soften and heal tho skin'aii-; Piper of the II. V. W. M. P. I ,,(,,t. Oeta free iti�\ bos nt oui Rhodits got his instrucHor.s from Mr. , ^.j^^ ^ convinced. iJirge niotIf that I am up-to-date. '. The cleanest and bright?�Bt shop in Southern AllMrTta. . ,  GBO. HOUK ;