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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 QUALITY ALONE Does not make n good article The design may be perfect and yet the workmanship bn so poor as to spoil the artistic effect. The three Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played i\ very im-PDrlant ' part in our Sterling Silver Spoons. Tho mumifacturerft are conceded to bo among tho boat silversmiths on tlio contincut. SPOONS AFE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Wm. C. Liphardt Jowolor Optician OR. P. W. TULLER f-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Office-Oter Ou'a Darber Stop, . Horns-U:*K) 10 I'iiofi noon; HsUO lo *.:00 p. m,; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office Night Bail and Telepbona W. C. SIMMONS Advooate, Barrister, Etc. OFrTCK,  - SOUTIUKD" II LOOK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. G. G. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OSee-Orer ni6:tlio�taim,� Ding Store 'PHONE Office 125 Mouse 94 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Physician* Su-iton-, Accouchm OflU'c-Kwlpath 8t. cor. linnlett. Honrs-Before 0 a.m., 2-8 p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.510 to H.80 p.m. Telephones 41 and 5il. �t�--ww-wg : fees of officials NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberts Papers As Fixed l.>y the (lovernmenl of llio Province of Alberta. (Prom the Alberta (Jnwtte.) ' Sheriffs may be allowed tho fol-.low.ng fees in ir,mined ruses: FltANK. (Prom the Paper.) SUKHIFFK. the passing nolo. A* the result of his experiment he won able to- sh >w Spanish onions which attracts! jPor attimling tlw sittings of great, attention at the local fall fair. court en banc while crltn-. Ucllcvuc citizens �re boglnr.lng to That the general crop average) iuH inal: api�ats are. twins 1 scold loudly because of tho govern- 'nn good an the exhibit was evidence! : beard, per diem ................S 5.00 nwnl's neglect of the town in the on Saturday when Mr. Wright j For summoning Jurj-eneh Jur- tnatter of a post olUcv. Uollceue ,brought In a wagon load of the i,d- : or served......................... .".0 now has a population of 300 or '00 ^ous, which he quickly disposed ot. j For convoying prisoners con- people, has two hotels and several ]lf onions such as those can be rais-business houses yet nil inaM for \hc ;ed at Medicine Hat and not only place has to come through Frank. The jieople there feel that it In tit"..: the government took mifllcl-nt will the Imported article erase to find a market here, but a big tr ifie can be built up for tho home grown notice of their existence fo give theni, Spanish onion in tho other cW K. 11. Muwhunn M. IX C. M. W.S.Gai.bkaitm M. J). CM. T. E. Patteson ott ii lock Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Kite. Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the Iwst companies. Residential Lota, Modern Dwel-line's, Farm Lnnds, Irrigated I.finds, etc.. for sale for cash and "it time. Full particulars on application. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Otl block. 'Phone i-ia. DR. B. IaCKSON DKXT1ST Grndunte Northwestern I'nivcrsily Dental School, Chicn.'o. Officn- Ott Block. Ask your ticket agent for tiekets via the Wisconsin Central Ry. To--- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining ears. For full information address H.J licrgemann, travelling agent, 371 , Robert at., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jna. Drs. McClurc it Stewart Sl'ltOEON dkstikts Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Honrs-0 n.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to f� p.m. a post oftlce. The Canadian-American company is providing Its men with a splendid accommodation iti the way of a wash house, work on the building of whL'h started during the wrnk. The building In to l>e no by no in dimensions mid Ih calculated to uccomodnto about 200 men. It will have IfiOnri-vnte locker*, will have a cement j floor with tvvlvi lurry tracks from th.-� rnllrond bridgn to llie tipple *,s peeled to le riimpleted Ixifore there [ is snow enough to Inlerfeiv with op-'eralioni. With the new tipple and other improvements of the year. ik> company will tx> in Jitter shape lor a winter run this winter than ev.v and n busy season is a.ntic'note'l. and towns of the prairie proving' The gas rate at Medicine Hnt  1)0 reduced at the beginning of year to fifteen cents. Illtill RtVKIt (Prom tho Times.) That the soM ot this locality is capable of producing the very bv-st fpKillty of sugar beet is quite �-vil unt. As proof of this statement, wv refer you dear reader, lo I.. M. lU'b erts. In his office may be seen a sugar Ixx^t, grown on the farm oi ,!. w. .Icvell. of Praukburg. whl-h weighs 8J pounds. Mr. Jewell has about an acre under cultivation und he It. eminently pleaticd with the iv-sult of his experiment. Comirg from the south, where beet sugur is h Htaplc product, he determined \u plant an acre or so hetv in order a> see what avo I'enton, of Woo1.* cluster in his -list year. Mr. Kenton , had tieen ill with pneumonia only a j short lime, and his death on Sunday ' morning came as a surprise to lii.s  VV  IVILVibLICi Tho town of Irvine Dominion Land Surveyor Is t o he oot�* igratuliitcd on the splcr.did new hotel I that bus just been opcnwl up by .lohn ______Will devote his entire, time during! yt, Phillips. The house is known n* Pond, general passenger agent,' th� Bnmmer to laying out n�� The Alberta Mouse" and contains Milwaukee, Wis. 4 WM. SHAW in'iT, Paper llnnL'cr. Decorator, ��at lor ICuipiru Wall Papers, from it roll up. iU-st of work gunran t.....i i:  iil.-ve-First house enst ..Mi House, on HaroDcss Uoad. ol alvatit wilciimc E. J. Traser, X.n �~Taf RUMna. uiiiu i tas Alt- A � Ik Ask Your Grocer For This Brand [ LOOK DDDonnnannnnarjar SWELL Ity pulling a new set of liarneBs suif your purse. Horner & Hutchison nronroronmnr townsites. Contract pint* on.ti lurae, well li|-hied and furnNhs--i npplivAtiou. ; bedrooms. On the grouud floor :.he " jhandsouu.- dining room is sltuateil. tS^CMco at the Coaldale Hotel. (cmaUt-a in hardwo��l ami .s .let,, Luthbridge. ;ani| ,,,.todate ;n ever>' Jctall. -i l>r. Ilerdiuun, Superint'>nd. Presbyterian i.� ich I.ethbl'idgC, LotlgC N. 9. in AlU-ria and lit'.tlsh Co'mmM.i prejif.hed Sunday evening in the Pivs- jbyteriun church. During '.he cou,��' nl his attk' sermon, ii. siieakingaloni' "T" ,J!f,^nT'*, vV*.!! ,,T"7h'"',�--!isliiotttli�ii linos he remarked on the i-vdcliiK �l " clock. VIsllliiK Krelbrm are n�vd for a Presbyterian l-ndU-tt Col-c. v. Bennett. j i.-j-,. In Allmrtu. Ills choice nppenr- _: jisl lo rest upon Medicine lint, and WILLOW EJRANCH REDEKAH ' he SA'�l " ���, city would sup - LODGE, NO. 2 'port such a mowm-nt that the Pr\-s- Mfi-uln CiJiifeUow-)' Han r cry �ecim.la,0 ' liytery would svmpath.re with it. as fourlh ThiitBdi). Vimuii. aiwij* welcome. ..... Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Da vies'h" consl a. i". approached a numU-r of tho citiz.ns ' "~ rt!}.rto'r'iAn,|no�^"i,*i,of lh0 lown *'JI* a vfe,w 10 dKCOVen It mean that the II ll rood is rnally at work? As the result of a prolonged spree i.us Kichman was i*nthered in by ".lie GSOKfi^G R.O fi[ c rS ihlronK ,,lm �ftbelaw on Friday night and lie Is now putliUK in tw> months at hard lalmr in the lv*ib-. lu'iilge police Imrriicks. Kiehnutn bus teen switching in the local C.P.R. yards since August when he blew ii* to town from ,-the other side." tils  local rv>rord whs clean up to a w--.�k or two ago. according to Mr. Il-nrv llobson, with whom he boarded, lie fell in grace, during the latter Hurt 1 of October and lost his jot. Even this did not have the effect of straightening h.m up, and he eoniin* u�| to gain speed on the clownw ir.l path until ha placed himself witMn , the /one over which t'hief Mciklejohn rub's with an iron hand. The t pce--lifte act which caused hlia to !"� ,>la. lying facedown Precept to summon inr> wardr about eight foci from tfv � Empannellng a Jury ........... water which had receded consider Summons lor witr.e�s. each ably dilring the year. Hie recovery Information. deposition r of the tody solves the mystery which examination of *ach wit for the past twelvemonth has ,�e/- wss ................................ ..led ninny as the circumstances ivn- Taking ewry ix>cof?ni7ance the affair were raluor Taking ImpAsition and making return .................... 1 i>1 nivted with shroude'l. At the tint.' search vns liuide and tho lake draggod for tnc missing .lackson, but without axa'l The Dig 1-ake revealed its secret i r.d ll�e position of the lx>dy indica'.'"! thnt poor .lackson had made a gallant effort to gain the shore, as lie was only eight feet from the water's edge and caught in iha Ion,; grass The remains wore left as discover-d for several days awaiting instructions from headquart'-rs as to * i? necessity of holding n coroner's ,.-i quest. The Coroner deemed It un-io'-essary for nn incpiesi to be held .incl Mr. A. Clayton took charge oi i.ie remains on Wednesilny, and the fnl-lowing day the funeral took plaee from lleslip, Kelly K Young's a-.  lierfak-ing rooms to the High |{Jv-r cemetery. .*� on 1 Oil LETNBRIDGE, RAYMOND. STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay Yen To See Our''0,1'Hn!,Pr anWit WaK tl*' iholi at � Stock Before HtiyLlgKUeWhero. ��' "f r'�HheN from tltorge Thomp i (son w'bo rooms at the Ontario housj ' . - . -___|The Court decided that a couple of months' imprisonment would haw u benellciul elTeet in straighten.ng tho ; prisoner up and t:-o for the present jUus's address will re It.n'.w.m l�. jUarrncks. luthbridge. There Is n spasmodic outbreak of dog poisoning in Medicine Mat cwry year and last week the scoundrelly .miscreant who is rcsporsihie for ihe ... ,. ,. mi slaughter again got in his work. s,.. \ �olm, Piano Theory, j Vf.riv, l[n(m ws of meat in the vicinity of lion. w. Plnlay's roJidence and die in lu.r* LETHBR1DGE : Conservatory of Nu&ic IX T1M1C OP PKAl'K In the urst months of the Uu-s.na Japan war we hud a btriking exseii plu of the necessity for preparation und the early udvantage of thj->e who. so to speak, "have hb lign'J their roofs in dry wvather." The cir tuc of preparation has made hlstoiy aud given to us our greatest m�� The Individual at* well us tho nation should be prepared for any cm.'' jgency. Are you prepared to sucoess fully rorobut the first cold you ta.'�-A cold enn be cun'd much mole cpilckly when treated a:> soon as it has been.contracted and,bcforo it i i become sottlod in tho sysUm. t'toum berlain's Cough Henu-dy is famous for Its cure of colds and it ihuul I be kept at hand ready for instant uw. For stile by all druggists. Every warrant for arrest, necessary ......... .......... Vocessary trawl to take inquest: My railway the actual amount n. c- ' ossarily incurred. In other cases for every mile necessarily travelled ....... l.i ' ll in any case the latter fee does not cover the actual and necess-iry !expenditure such a sum may lm t,|. ' ; lowed as will cover the same. Where a rotoner has travelled unit 'attended for the purpose of hoUtiu^ inn inquest and has upon enejiiry ii-frained from holding' the same up.iu the ground that un inquest was un-neeesH(,r.i-, tho Attorney Cwral sbuil is s;itisllivt that the service was lior.a tkle performed, l nulhori/eil to puv such coroner an amount In addition to his travelling expenses not exceeding which would have been ,�nil had an ii>quest l>�v,i held. In ca^s where the coroner .oll,D,iDg wlthln tho ,.u,t lin, Banjo, and Guitar students fCW days, it is evident it was not It who enter before Nov. 1st, KH30. 'case of spite direeto.i agnlnsi a .y ; imrtlcular dog or its owner, but i that, a sp.rit of malignancy against j dogs in general must huvo prompieii 4" the detsl. I The successful POLICE AND CAMIILKP.8. Macleod's Chief Fined *30 by Mr Justice Stuurt for Aiding Pool Hellers Mucleod. Nov. 0.-The cu.se ol't'hiei' Rhodes came up before Mr. dustica Ktuarl "iitsterday. There vm.s great excitement in the town, and the court room was packed. It will i e romenitiered that Ithodes held U:.� door of the town hall while polng sold ut the recent r-ces lie refused admission to K-te:ti"e Pi|>er of the It. V. W. M. P. >[ Ithodes got his instruct ioi.s from Mr. Maclean, chairman of the license and police committee. Public, sympathy was v-ith the chief. Mr. Justice To the physiiiiin nr surgeon rr post mortem examination, if act in'.-iy neros.siiry und niiuall.i i�nga "x0.0o. In cases v ben on account of .er day a fee of 820.on. | Tbe sumo mileage may Is- ullowed to physicians engaged to take po a mortem examinations n� i* allowed to coroners in inquest cases d � �#��*eet�*****#***#****�*******�***a>#*4 A. EASTON & CO. M ANT' FACT I' R E R S 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. r#��#*#*�#��9��9�*����^�#9��#��*�9�eaeeei nmnTinnnnnnrinnnnnr'nnnnnnGnnannnnnnnanpnnnnn venture which Mr. When tho tip of a dog's ,os� cold and moist, that dog is not si.-k A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog. And so vitlt the humn-: lips. Dry. cracked unit colorless I p-ineau fijverishness anpearlng. To have beautiful p rk vol vet-like-lips, apply nt bedtime n !coating of Dr. Shoop's (3rrs�n Sal � U will soften and heal the skin ailment. Oet a free trial hox ut me store, nnd t� convinced. I^irge nieU- |el rapped glass Jars, 0." cents. Sniil ' by .r. J>. Iliginboimini ft Co. .C.MOORE,Local Agt  Mr. Scott, of lied lK-er. ited manager U�nk at Edmonton. has Stuurt fmod h'm SAO but nlloweil Francis Wright has maVe essai'ing ' tho ensn to t>e held in ivserw, mid to raise Spanish onions out near the twill submit the evidence before the j appointed manager of the Xorthorn ! Junction is deserving of more than'next sitting of the court on 1>anc. Hank at Edmonton. AN OLD TIMER ------WITH THE- - OLD BRANDS OF MOTORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * lust drop into my new quarters and convince your-self that I am up-to-date. '.' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Allk-rta. CEO. HOUK IT- iT^ni-nr-.nnnii-ir,-i nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnni ;