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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta QUALITY ALONE .1)o08 not tnuko ft' good article. Tho design miiy bo perfect mid yet the workmanship be so jwor as to spoil the artistic effect. The three Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played a very important part in our Sterling Silver H)hxmih. Tho nianufaeliiiers are conceded to lie among the beat silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS APE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Win. C. Liphardt Jeweler - Optician DR. P. W. TULLER ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE itftce-0*et Ou't Barber Shop. Uouts- ii :00 to i'Stun boon; 3:w> to Mix: , p. m ; 7:00 to 8:30 p. tn. 01 (ice NiRhi Ucll and Telephone ^STORIES** Crave and Cay In U.tWI.FA 18 A (HtKAT KANSAS. CHOI' JN W. C. SIMMONS Advocate. Barrister, Etc office, - In South Africa candles are . �ed for lighting purposes In thu homos. KOVTHAWt UlAX'K j ,m, ,ll0M tl ymmg )�,,cr maiden '.Us Money to Lend on Town and i vl*rto" lh,! ,1no,'u,,' 11 "in Farm Property i candle, and when �.t lias burn- '" "*  pin tho callers under-i( is time lor their -.!e- ; -VriViiffi* in This legume Has Inerean-i �d Wonderfully in tho Last. Few Yours. Topokn, Nov. i.-Secretary F. 1) Coburn Im.s just Issued stotistlrs iv case i� a mujtlMtntlu'v court Uermnntown, according to lho Vhil-lulelphln Itoeord. Two lawyers were representing plaint iff anl one lo the other. "You'tv a liar!" shmvlng tho Increase, of alfalfa nrre-v\as tho quick retort of the opnos- agv in Kansas since 1HWI. The toting attorney. Then th.- magistrate, al area devoted to this 1..�ruw.> In 10 in u very dignified manner. >�ud: ' loading counties thin year is USD. 713 "Now that the counsel haw Monti- j acres, whilo in 18U1 it was T.ail fled each tl�?r, kindly proceed to acres. Alfalfa ranks first in acreayu the disputed points." ,>f tame grasses; its nearest corn  ' � ������ potitor, timothy, having iu.*>,ail u- Onc of tho political leaders in ,vs |n 1900, New York, "H.ng>" Connors, was The entire ulfalfu atii-ungv of liie | Washington, recent l.t made a visit i., m)l a|wft}H ftmong lho lno,t pro,, . ,, KauMH t.ounll|1M mtueil was In , jtho Transvn.il. and was so impress..' 1 , mwl nu>) ,n Uh, t.,untrv, un.| there 1H91 less than one-hall the ac a-KM i j with the custom of the liocrs lhat.u|V Ki)Wl, ,ufmy slorilM K,ing b>: ,f Mct'herson county In M �">.� v-hicn I she doUTinlmxl to Intr.sl.i.v it into ; n)iin,nlll |n rt, a;J counthI!, ..^ !her own hotiuv Consiliently the Tll,, ,,1^,1 his oiMeriajr "Sf ri.a.,)ai,krtl i,00ks" for the lUnuy  mort than the total of the 10 coun-UII.'k MibMitntiM in th,> drawing m,, nuin�i))n, furnished after : ties ikiiikmI above for the year 181. i1^""1- t;,,. ,rst llood of uvalth |�)iii-e�l in The following shows the acreages _ ! Ml Sta.ilnte. , fiv.,ueni though UJIO|| ,linli ,, wvll knoan. but one ol ,l,,vote.l to alfalfa in Kansas each Before t� It.m., 2-H�m n�' nhVAV" "vl1'0"'" call,'r Was �,u'iW� experiences as owner of th. . Mi�v Karly. iln.-s vour mother >�tirk a pin in the caniHe?" "Oh," respondisi the \oung iram m wi4h .in air ol iipimrent innocen.'.' �mother leariKvl that in Smith \f-rica. as a Way of vtidinp hum.' the liner- -C- Madison C. IVters. rlorg> man a i'd . author. Nev Wirk. nu. �f >�"ng men ' ll-.llf the ui'ontt rhup- dn." Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicinns and Surgeons Offices Oil block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON dkntist McKlnley's death was uui "' tnentarlly expected the seiiwitioiuil " rival sheet got out an extra a-nottneiug the death as a met. and Mr. Connors came rushing m to I.is managing editor. "Ik) yotiN* ktioiv that tbe.x've jot ,t s|MH*ial out u.'th McK inle.v's death.'" he yelled. �'Yes" came the ai -wer. "but it is n little premature. Mr C.tn'i i-�. lb- is not dead Jet. we-" Yea r 18!�l 190'J 1891! 1891 189f, 180U iso r 1898 Acre*. U1.U84 12.38:1 Ta.50i> StO.S'Jo lrt�,8T8 l.Vi.BIO i;i.:uit aiiL-Ms Year 189V. 1W0O. IVOI. 1002. Acres. .. .278.177 ...27�,008 ...310.ML' ....;.....oi i.hi:5 SOLK AGKNTS he Ask your ticket agent for tiekefs -J- blo�*k. Dental School, (.'hicni�o. Office-CHt Block_ Drs. McClure & Stewart sf IKS icon ih'.stirts D. Higinlwthnnra new "I don't cuiv a d-n." "If they kin do it . w . k special out!" \nd the s|>eciul "�� a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBKKTA. A. W. McVittie Dominion liitnd Surveyor WM. SHAW I'uinte:'. l*np.-r Hunger. IVs-nrntor. gent for Kiupire Wall l'apers, from r.c. n roll tip lli-st of work una ran teed. lack of intelligenr.' it. a hen. You can't tench a he�. anything." she said "They hiiv,- ruined more i>i the garden than a drove ol cattle would. \ou van teach a eat.deg or pig souu-thing. but a hen- n.-v^rr" _ �llni''' exclaimed the chi'd ind;g- ftiy-Office at the ConMnlo Hotel.' T � �""^ he wiitl. "yon do onlj liecaiis.- they aiv forlii.l.len. It ymi didn't know years each were contlding t each they wore i'm hidden, ii you didn't (other their x'.ews upon life in kn-.w the\ were wrong, they would 1 oral, and upon affairs oi the heart only s,vni in miii ilisnuMing an I re- in particular. The |>loml!>|o io enjov mote tliorou^hty "Who e unreason.iMe a'>oui '.t'--'- i'i^ eoi the grass ' ittg'.'" ---- "Why-it-e\vryi)0\ly. They only V school girl had often l�\it m.i'ln lx>gin to think it's wrong lor a i�!rl lo ncknowlwlg,. tie sm>.>rn>rit\ .�! to let herwlf l�e kissed when -he her brothers One (|aj her uiot!t..>r begins to get old enough tor it remnrkisl upon the apparent utter i*. Inten-Rtlng" sns. and sngKOst that lltTe will undoubtedly !� no cessation of iutere-tt in n crop so valitntle ami so reo;l .. . - -ja.^, un i|y no al>alouient ust in the developinent of ull'uli'a but, on the contrary, there is an in-"�ts-tent and alniost clan:orous rt.�  nmnil for mow information and literature on the subject. This desire I for enlightenment knows uo county i or sectional boundaries but from all I parts of that state (and. indeed the1 entire country) the Kansas hoard receives m3ms # LETHBRIDCE BREWING & Will devote his entire time during tho summer to laying out new towusiU'S. Contract pi.ee* on application. A r.VPEIt OF INKI.I'KVflK. An ICntinent King's Counsel Kxpness-es Jj'.s Opinion ol Canada's National Newspaper. Lethbridge. iriu-h a� a rooster!' Ilesldeni'is-Kit st housr (,;)Bl n| Court House, nn ltat,.n--ss H..ad LethhrldKC, Lodge No. S 10. �JQ^ 0.1 Vret* in Oddfcllowi.- Hall rrerr Prldat ! '"Vnl highness a little beef lULllllt St 1 Sll �t'i*liM*M VlaillHii jury at Coburg. i>m.. nvently in the libel action of - Coy ley vs The (iloU;. w. It. iti'i- rnllevrand at his dinn-r parties in dell. K.C . counsel for tho plaintiff siTving graduated his nuiniters to hu* guve utterance to the following r known I have the honor of offering your to everybody in this country. It has an enormous circulation through out the length and breadth of the civilUed world It ban an mormo'it influence; it is u pa| u. this ,-ny persiu our dallv (JIoIjo.' When live tip of a dog's nose ,* cold and moist, that dog is not rick \ feverish dry now means HickiifS* with a dog And so vlth the human l'ps. I�r>-. cruckwi �n.| eolorlMS i p� mean feverlshnens and are ns wvll t'.i aj>pearing. To liaiv lieautlful pit-It vol vet-like lips, apply at Iwdtimn a coating of l>r. Shocp's Onsen Sal v. It will soften nnd heal the skin ailment. Oet n free trial to* at our store, and be convinced. I-nrge nickel etipp.it glixsw Jars, 2A cents. Sold by .). I). Illglnbotham rund did not say so much a:� a He simply looked at the man. and pointed the can ing ki ife at the tss-f interrogatively. IN'i'in:'. �nay i hiv   lieo,'.'" So.lie IN TIME OK I'EACi: UiMiuui H LOOK  SWELL By putting a new set of harness on your horse, new robes in your buggy mid a warm nveivoat on yourself.------ Wo will tit ymi out at prices to suit your purse. George R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliablo Yard North of Freight Shtnl Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices Horner & Hutchison >ngDDDmnnannnpbnnn' 2 MARBLE j WORKS Shacklcton Simpson & ('�>. Manufacturers of Mable and G unite MONUMENTS Wholesale and It etui I -----YARDS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To Seo Out Stock before Buy ugKlsewhere. ____ LETHBRIDGE ................: Conservatory of Music KOOTENAY  V1UUW,,*W,�� W1 mwi�w  i> "  J. Geo. H.xrBR. Director DEPARTMENTS Vocal. Violiu, Piano Tlieory,) Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Wood-1, wind, BrnBs Juatrumenti, Chorus j and Choir Ditoctiug, Physical Culture and dramatic Art. Special inducements to Mandolin, Banjo, and Guitar atndenta who enter before Nov. lat, 11*06. Studios over Ms Dew Store. LETHBRIDGE, A LTA. A story is told of t:-n Sir All'r-d llol>.fnrd. who l>etie\ed in a cel.bat" | arno'. A soldier one sought his |>et-uiisfiion to marry, saving he had >. . KT>od conduct Isidges anil 8'_'."> in 'In .savings bunk. "Well, no nway.' Sir Ali'nvl, "and If you come ou"i .�>i teall; . after a year, want to ma--ry.'" "Yes. sir. very much." "S.-r-| gismt nm.ior. take his nunw� down ; Yes, you may mnn> I never Iwiji'-^.sl there ens so much constancy in ; man or wnnuin. Itight face; i|uick |nr.irch!" As the in.m left the room, j turning his head, he said. "Thank . you sir. it isn't the suuu- �oiinin ' In the first months of the Itusua lapnn war eehud a striking e.va>n pie of the necessity for preparation and tho early advantage 0{ th.ve who. so to BjH>ak, "haw shingied their roofs in dry weather." The cir tue of preparation has made hlstotv and given to us our gnNitest nv> , I The Individual as well as the natior. should Isi prepar�>d for any etn.r penty. Are you prepareil to success fully combat the first cold you ta*i' A cold can be cured much more quickly when tivaled a.H soon a� -t luus lie.�n cotitrnctcs'l and .before it I 1 and a "barrister. The latter was suffering silently but sorely, when the judg..' happened to KI.ONIUKK KINO I.KWKS. Alex. .Macdoa.ild Hu.vs Quarries and Coal Mines in Prairie Provinces. When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock. Vird your hear the kyouch and gor- bl� of the slruttln' turk�>y cock. And tho clackin' of ihe jjuineys. ami tlw� clackin' of th.^ h iis. An.l thr roosU'l'S hnll>looyer as he tiptoes on the fene.v Oh. it's tUen's the time* a teller 1st a fceltu' at his best. With the visln" sun to nt\>et loin froni, a night of peaceful rest, And he l�>uves the house, lHirehea'ie.1 an.l (joes out lo feeU thj stocWl When the frost is on the punkin and . the fodder's in the shock. � The.v's something kind o" hearty-like about the atmusfere. Uhiii the heat of summer's over >tid the eoolin' lull in her�s- O: cour.s.. �> uiiss the (lowers and the blossum on the tree*. And th� mumble of the hunwin' birds and biuzin' of the Ihs-s; Hut tlie air's so ap|teli7in': und the the lamlscup.1 through the haze Of u crisp and sunny morning of the airy uuiuuui days. Is u picture that no painter has the colorin' to mock- When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock. � The husky, rusty russel of the to-. Ms of the corn. And thu raspin" of the tangled leave* as golden as the morn: The stubble in the lurries-kind o' lonesome-like, but still A-preachiti' sennuns to uk of '.hi barns they growed to till; The sirnu stark in th-5 medder and the tvnper in the shed; TRY WM. OLIVER -----KOR-------  Everything required in the construction of n Building, 1 Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work f|)o not send all your money to Calgary nnd (Jrnnbrook. T Help to build tip Lethbridge antl a local industry by pjitronizinc Z Oliver's Pinning and Lumber Mills. Oflice, Yards nnd Factory-Corner Round nnd Bompns Streets Telephone 153 __________________________^^^^______j B E E F WK are sellin"; more beef by the quarter than ever before. We have good quality und low prices. Come ami see for yourself. P. Burns & Co. lm|M*mtor ITatits and Ittieou. Telephone 111. B E E F  NELSON,B.C.: against him at. h� leaned dlficansol'. operator In the whole of the north, etely over the tuffrail. is in tho c.ty. and in it.-t.'renting hiiv "H'm. You don't se*.m quite at s.-u \n wv.-ral branches of mining In home hero." reuiarkod his lordv'iip. li,tntonto)� II" has already ut%tulred "Can I do nnyihiug for yo\xt" ja Btono mmrry at Victoria or. tne "Yes." gasiH-d the seasick lawyer i s��ktrtchoivttn, and has taken up "I wish you would overrule tho met- some coal pm|>erly to the west of on." the city. He proPosut* to put boats -- on th.t river nnd to o|�rat�s the coal A well-known mender of the Now propositions on an extensive scale. York bar. a man of most patron'- say, n,, has spent hit* last svir-ter ing manner, one day n�et .John il , j, th.) Klondike, and will hereaft'i'* Carlisle, to whom he observed loft- i,*, u riti/en of Kdmonton for most lly; ; of tho >enr. although he still retain* "i se�*>�t>*�*ftt>t>�*�>s>*t>**>t>�������s>�s>�Mli>***l A. EASTON & CO. M A NI' FACTI' It ERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN J TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. | ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON | COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. | 1 I  B.C. MOORE, LoculAgt  S"t*   of MullinH vs. .lenkinson. Hut,' n��nit.r. ,, ,, gpinK, ^ w,t|| added, .n h� grand way. "you. � a- frlwidll> Noel, Xof, ftm, Cornuiok> hsle. mH.te.il no concrr, a bo t Sa|>ritorSi nn(, will renwin in .he your reputation cj Carlisle chuckled. "Quite so, he ifoj. th(renie Court Some humor was interjeete*! into steamers which ho proposes 'to place on the river noxt summer. When tint I'roh-t is on tho punkin i.n I the fodder's in the shock. Then your apples nil is gathered. and tlie ones a fellor keeps Is poured around tho collar lloor ir ro.1 nnd yellow heaps: And your cider-makin's over, and; your wimmin-folks is through With theyr minra and npple-butter. and -theyr souse nnd Miusoge, too 1 don't Kn�w how to tell it-but ef K.ch a thing could ho As the angels want in' boarding', and i they'd call around on mo- { I'd want to 'commodate 'em-all tho > whole indurin' Hock- When tho frost is on the punkin and I the fodder's in tho shock. I I -lly James Witcomt Itiley. I AN OLD TIMER WITH TIIE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A N STAND Just drop into my uew quarters und convince your-self that I am up.tcMluto.   Tho elennest ami brightest shop in Southern Albortn. HOUK St'HSCRtllK FOR THE IIERAI.I> 1 'AnVEUTISB IX TIIF. IfEUAMV nnnnnnnDn" ;