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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta QDALITY ALGNE Docs not, iiuiko a" good ftrticlc. The design may l>e perfect and yet the woi^kmansbip be so jxwr as to 8ix>il the artistic effect. The three Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have pliiyed a very important part ia our Sterling Silver Six>on8. The nianufactiuvrs are concetled to he ninong the best sil^ersmitlis on tiie continent. SPOONS ARE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And liave our unconditional cuaranteo Wffl. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician DR. P. W. TULLER -^ i STORIES i^HYSIClAN AND SURGEON i l.ETHBBiDGE JffIce-Over Ott't Darbtr Shop. | Uours-11:00 lo 12:U0 liooo; 3:U0 to r>:0� j p. m ; 7:00 to 8:3U p. ni. Office NiRbi Bell and Telcpbone iVlA'ALFA IS .V (JUK.V'l' CUOV ! K.VN.S.VS. J.N W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOl'THABI* BUK* Maney to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Oaice-Orer ni^ r^*>-i'ntm'� Vtnt Store PHONE Otflce 125 KOUM 94 In South Africa cawllos nm �sect i'or lighting piir|�oscs in the honws, iiiid �hcn a young Hocr maiden has nion visitoi-s the mother slicks a pin in tlw candle, and \vhi>n '.t hos burn-od to the pin tho cailers undor � Ktuml that it is tim�? lor their p.ti'fUl-O. Mra. I''.nrl,v a soci�-t.\' matron of Acrf-agv in This Ijogunic Has lucr.'u!;-rd Wonderfully in th \'hkh : rank.-; tenlh. In oil, 33 counties each T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Icodiug counties this yenr is aa2.7l2 ocro.'s. while in 1891 it was T.ail acit>s. Al�ali'a ranks tirst in acreaifo ; of tame Krassos; its nearest com - ! |ljelitor. timothy, having 125,211 .ic-! One of tho political K'ad,?rs in, ,v.s in 1906. New York, "Ungy" Connors. was; The enlirii alfalfa acreuite of lae i Unshlnston. recently made a visit i.j ! ^^^^ ^j,^ ,nost prow - lo Kan.siAs count*.� named tvas ia i tho Transvaal, and was so ""pressel , .^^^^^^ ^^^.^ country, un.l there IB9I less than one-half the acr^J^'a with the custom of tUe Itoers that j ^g,^^. j^p^^. stones �oln� she determir.�l to UMuMws. it it�to j ,.^,^,,^^1^ ,,j,,^ ,,i,, her own homo. Con.sonu.-ntly ll.o. ^^l^^^ 5,^^ oixl.-.iiiSf 'i*'"*  devoted more land to alfalfa in electric IlKhts were rojnov.^l and car,- ,, ,,.t,.,,,iek�l lK)oks" for ihi^ 1 i'>ruy 1 1900 than the total of the 10 coun-dlvs si,l.stitnt.Al in (h,> drawing; , ,^,s.ion, furnished after i ti,.s ,amwJ above for the .\-e�r 181. the lirst flood of �-oaltli poure*! in The I'ollowinf shows the aciwigos Mr. Sta.vlato. afiwinenl 'homdi . j,^^^ ,,.^.1, known. l>ul one of Ucvot�i to aifaUa inKansa.s each jnot alway.s welcome caller, was one I experiences as owner of ihJ i.ia-iyear iron. 18�1 to 1900, inelustve- the first visitors to call nlt.-r tte f Enquirer is just leaking out ; inintRuiat of tlw i\e\v custom. He ; yy^^^ McKinloy's death was mo- Year F.H.mewbubn W 8 GAlhK4iTn '"'"Jemarily expected the .sensatioiutl 1991 '�lrT"5ir "'.'*-V.'*';I''*;V"'; the candle hy .\Irs. Karl.v. and '.f | ^hw.^ got out an e.xtra n-: igQ.j ter sh.- l.ad Kone ^,ntun.l to .n- ,^p,,^i,jg ^^c death as a f^ct, ftndjisoa t'onnors came iiisliiii� in to Lis : igg^ �Why. Miss Karly, do-s your .no- ^rnor. i 189.1 ther ^ick a pin 1.'. th.- cancHe?" � ^.j,,,,^. ,,heyvv jot igg,} Drs. Mewbum & Galbraith PhyiiclUM S�rg'�. 72.500 1^01.....319.112 yo.aao i9o'_'..,...i58.49n 13i�,878 19oa.....r>00..V.>2 1.V-..919 1901.....'t77.rm in. 355� 190 ......002, -jttO 231,.-jt.8 lOOtj.....011,813 SOLE AGENTS 'oriTo:oX':o:o:o:ox).o:o:oro:oTo.o..o.o,Q..o.r The.so staienients and figures will convey some idea of the .mj)ortaiic.2 Fire, Life, Accident antl Hail; Insurance in the best companies. Kesidontial Lots, Moth^rn Dwellings, Farm Lands. Irrigatetl Laiuls, etc., for sale for cash and ' on time. Fiill particulars on application. author, Xev- Hirk. wu.s talkhisj '""special out!" "I don't caix! a cl-ii, ' !)ecial "was gol out." Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClure Jit Stewart SIBGEON OEXTISTS via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To------ Milwaukee. Chicago, and All Points East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleep. ers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J Bergemann, travf>lliiig agent. 371 block. Offico Hours- he said, "you do only becau.s- Ihey arc I'orbitldeii. It .roii didn't know thoy ueiv I'orbidde.i. ii you didn't k.iow they wen' wroiii;;, they would 'only s.^"ni lo you disRiisU.ig: and le-' in jKirticular. The Monde hud evi-iptiguant. I dcntly hocn recently nxeiving some r\ai T i\ TT.  1 ii. ) 'I strolled one sprini; morning i.i , parontal adviw, for slu^ ivmarked. Ask your ticket a-ent for tickets ^^^';~:{; Higmlxithams new : ^ ,,,.u.tifui par'k. , iwith a slight pout: ' 'Look here.' I said to cno of the ' "I think iwople are jiist too un-; guards, 'why do yon have "Keep i>n j reasonable." : the grass" .';ig..s all over the park? "Of cour.se they aie, ' the ith.^r I You don't .soeni to enforce the rule.' i ivadily tigrecd. ' 'So. sir,' said the guaitl. 'The jng about?" ob.ieri of the sigiis is lo cause the I "Why kissing? ' people to enjoy more thoroughly bo- ; "Who i.s uni-easoi.abie al>oiil l.i'-i=. on the ifrass.' ' ; inR?" --- "Why-�r-cx-eryboio^n}jh".pi.! .�Cj. Two pi-etty girls of about etghteen loi-alities. years each were contltling to �ich other their x'.ews upon life in f.'"- Buy Some Sweetness Fresh from the Factoiy, a consigniiient of GANONG'S CHOCOLATES 111 bulk and fancy lx>.\es. 1'hei-o .swms to. Ije no abaicment of interest in the dovolopment of allulfa ' 9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Snperintondont  RAYMOND - - ALBERTA w...... v..^.. . -......,---- , intcresi in the dovolopment of allulfa oral, and upon aft'aiis oi the heart ^j,^ contrary, there Is an in- slfrtent awl alntost clamorous da  numd for more intornuition aivd lit- ' erature on the subject. This desire | for enlightenment knows no county or sectioniil boundaries but from all parts of that state (and. indeed thi> J entir^' countly) tlw KunsA.s iward re-; 'Mliai are .von i.ilK queries'as to the twiaptabilit.v | of this legume to dlflerent >ocaliXies anfl soils. SHERLOCK. FREEMAN & CO . ^ TELEPHONE 31 ?v'>'fro'i5oToroTo:oTor(?^ Dominion Land Surveyor Robert at., St. P.iul, Minn'.; or .las. i Will devote his entire time diuinji .^'l" ' ?r agent,' the summer to Utyiuff out n�w'sard. G, Pond, general jjassengcr Milwaukee. Wis. ' townsites. Contract pi .etfd npplieation. WM. SHAW JKT-Office at the Coaldnio Hotel. Lcthbridgc. 1 lack of intellig'cnce in a hen. I "You can't teach a hei. anvihinii." They have ruined iwori' rden than a drove of eat-, tie would. You can teach a cat, d(�g or nig soMkothing. but a hen-n,:Vjr!" 'Hm! " exclaimM the child indig- A PAPEU of infllksck. An Eminent King'.*) Counsel E-xpres.s-cs fits Opinion of Canada's National Newspaper. When Lhe tip ot a dog's nose '.s cold und moist, that dog is not Ki>-k A foverish dry no.se nu�ins .siekufss with a dog. And so with the human Ips. Dry, cracked and colorles.s l.ps man fevorlshncss ond are an well 111 appearing. To have Ijeautiful pltk velvet-like lip.s, apply at �*dtinte a coating of Dr. Shoop's Qreen Sal'e. It tvlU soften and heal the skin all-roont. Get n free trial box at our store, and be convinced. Ijirge nlck- LETHBRIDCE BREWING &c MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer. Ale and Porter THE B>:ST IN THK WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attontion nai tly. "I think they know much as a rooster!" just as , In addressing the jury at Coburg, j capped g)i�ss Jars. 25 cent.s. Sold  lint., recently in the lifjol act'ion of : Coyloy vs. The filobe, W. K. J^id- by .T. D. njglabotbam & Co. Painter, Papir llanirer, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Papers, from Oc. a roll up. Best ot work guaran teed. Ttesidenee.-Fii-st house east Court Hou.se. on Hnrolli'SS Road. Ol Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. Mcew In' OddfcllowR' Rail trerr Prldat ev�t.lnK �t '.SU o'cloei. VImMbr Brelhien are alvaT* wdcomr. Ask Your Grocer For This Brand Talleyrand at his dinaor parties in ' deli. K.C., counsel for tbs plaintlO jjvuKv .serving graduntedi his nw�nner.s to his |gave utterance to tho follon-'ing ^en-I Igue.its' rank this way:  teneea:--"Thore is a paper known as I To a prince of royal blood: "Alay Uhe Toronto 01o�>e, a pai>cr known f have tlw honor ol offering your to everybody in this country. It royal highness a little beef?" jhas an enorm.ou.s circulation through To a duke: "Monsignenr. ue.init | out the length and breadth of the me to olTer you some Ijccl?" ; civilized world. It ha.s an onormo'W To a Mar*|Uis: "Marciuis, niuy 1 influence; it is a pa|�r which, *t ^VILLOW EHANCH REBEKAH '^"'^ ' �" ''tile V- fm.nl> TBurada,-^ Visitor, aiway. welcuuir. j ,,^.,.,,. ..,i,i,,, beei?" i portion pin Ihoir faith. So inlluen- Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies' i i THE PItOST IS OX PHNKI-V. THE K. J. Fraser, K.a. C. "V. Bennett. Kuc. sec M. O. Btc. sec. To an untitled gcntlenmn: boiM'?' To his .s-ecretar.\': ��Ooci)" When there was present a I Court Stir of Uthbridic No. 8095 A. O. F. : ewn inferior to the .secretary, tonim '  I Talleyrand dj'd not say .so much as a ' I p. m,. �n oddt'Uova H� 1,, wortj 11c simply lookwl at the man. ] Ronrd 81. VMilnft bcitU ' ' .Somei tial was it that some of the l{ef;>rm. | ers said, instead of 'Oivo us this i'uy j our daily bread," 'Oive u-i this it.iy i pors-jiiiour d.avly (51ot>e.' " ] IX TIME OF PEACE. When thd .your hear the kyouch ond got- bl� of the siruttin' turkey cock, And tha clackin' of the guineys. a� tiptoes ou the fotiee. I Oh, it's then's the 'tinu^s w Cellar la j j a fet'liu' Jit his i*.st, j 'with the risin' .sun to greet liim J I froi>\^a night of |>oaceful rest, ; .\nd ho leaves the house, barehea'led and go�� out to,fet............................ Heem t�l andard Mnu-iKOhi* a � i� y woi-ii lie simpiy iookc�i at ttie man. | and nointod the rarvino- Urifn i,� ihn In tUc first months of thc Kus.iia , J. t.rnutiw,jun^^ I __ iPic of the nccossity for prepttnUion ~...... A story is lold of t;.>.,. .Sir Alfr^I'MH' the early advantage of juDaoDDaDDDODDDnonar LOOK  SWELL , Uorsford. wlxj iH-l.evod in a cel.lwle'""''"' to s,>eak. "have shingicd npnrCP R O C A rS ^er- ' '^'^ weather.- The *rir WV^Vri. IS vr c  . ou should l>o prepared for nn.v emjr gency. .Are you prepared to success about the atmusfero, th.>rio W'len the hcial of sumroor's over 'tul the coolin' fall is hereof cour-Je we miss the flowers and the blossum on the trees. Atld the mumble of tho himynin'-birds and buzzin' of the bwis; | Hut tlio air's so app�lizin'; and the ' the landscaiie through the haze B E E r w E are selling more beef by the tptarter than ever before, have gootl quality and low prices. Cotne and see for yourself. D . Burns & Co. Imtierator Hams and Bacon. Telephone VH. B E E r ' Is a picture th.at no painter has the YARDSAT LETHBRIOGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyijgEIspwhere. KDOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson & Co, Manufacturers of Mable and Ganitc MONUMENTS Wholesale and lletail ^LSON,B.C. I ,|llOURE.Lecome settled in the .system, t^hain | ^�'�'oi*l 's on the punkin and iljerlain's Cough Iteinedy is faniouii tor its cuiv of colds and it sltuuiJ be kept at hand ivady for instant For sale bv nil druggists. --- KLO-VDIKi: KIN'O I.EAVKS. " , .Vies, .iMacdon.ald Buys Quarries and Cross-.ng from Folkeston.T to Uoul- j Coal Mines iu Prairie Provinces. ogne on a soa wore two well-kni.vn' ^_I' .nemhers of tho legal profession, a | Calgary. Nov. 7.-Ale.s. Macdona'.d judge and a barrister. Tho latter |.-the Klondike King." first >>^^P1^r \ jy,;Z:::^Z Z^s^'mo.~lU. \ w.is sulfcring silently but sorely, g^^i^ the boraiwiv camp of the fodder's in the shock. , � ! Tho husky, rusly russel of the to.-; | Sols of the com, I .\nd the raspin' of Ihe tangled lead. in h.s grand way. "you, Cu**-lisle. neo t your reputation.'" Carlisle chuckled. "Quite so," he ogroed. "I'm only concerned for. the roputntdon of the Sitpronie Court. Som� humor was intorjoeted intia tho Yukon, and the heaviest .aininit ojjerator in the whole of tho nortii. is in thc c.ty. awl is iivlv^resting hiw s.>l( in several branches of mining in I'klmonton. Ho lias already aciqiulrcd a stone quarry at' Victoria ofj the Snskoitcbowan. and has tiiken up some coal proiierly to the west of tho cit.^'. He pro|>ost�i to put boats on th.! river and to o|>crat�i the cf.al propos'fllons on an eirtcnsivo scale. He says ho has spent his last wir.t4�r in tha Klondike, and will heroaftor be a clti/�n of tUlmonton for most of the year, aHhoiigh he still rotainit intcrost* in tha north, A�4iich svlll prol�.bly take him, thoivj every summer. He Is spitnding Unlay with fri�>ndii, N'ocl. Xoel and Corniack, (lot.cltors, and will remain iu tlie city until Momhiy, when he lea^'es for thn east to arrnngo for (he Mteamors which ho proposoN 'to place on thc river tMsxt suwnwv. fltmSCRIIIR FOR THE IlERAl.I* clover overhifad! 1 Oh. it sots my heart arclickin, Ua'o ; �thu ilckin' of tho clock. When thc frob-t is on the p^tnkin t.n-i the fodder's in the shock. j Then your apples all is, gathered, ' and tlic ones a feller keeps Is iiourcd aroimd tho collar floor ir. i refl and yellow heaps; ] And your ciderrmakin's over, and) your wimmin-folks in 4hroug4t With theyr minre and apple-butter, ; and thoyr soum ami sausage, too 1 don't kPw hov^ to tell it.-but ef s.ch a thing could be As ihe angels wantin' hoardtng'. and they'd call around on mo- I'd want to 'commodate 'omr-all thc whole indurin' flock-When the frost is on the punkin and tho "fodder's in tho shock. -Ili' James Witcomt Riley. A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTITRERS 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 iSI 'ADVERTISE tV THE KERAI.P. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A ^ N E W STAN D ^ Just drop into my new quarters and convince your-�oK thai I am up-to^^late. '  Tho cleanest ami brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GBO. HOUK ;