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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta i THE STORE OF QUALITY." ALBERTA'S NEW JUDGES there are-times when it la tinfiidfo to iAvWi ;4WVlilnfe1'd)fto^ W* Wan* Carrots Turnifis Cabbage t Beets i If you have any, Call Ottawa, Nov. 22.-District Judges for Saskatchewan uinl Alberta havo boon appointed by Order In Council. The order wns approved by Kwl Grey Just night. Tiro new Judges 'tire: Charles It, Mitchell, of Motif cine Hat for the district of Calgary, Alberta. II. C. Taylor, of Kdmonton, for 10d� num ton, Alberta. J. Camthen Noel, of Kdinonton, for the district of Wetasklwln, Alliertu. I.^V. Carpenter, of lnnisfail, for the district of Macleod, Alberta. \V. Itoland Winter, of Calgary, for the district of Ixrthbridge Alberta. l\ L. ForbeM, of Kegina, for the district of Prince Alliert, Hawk, A. O. barrel, of Mooso Jaw, for the district of Moosomin, flask. A. 0. McLong, of Moosomin, for the district of Yorkton, Husk. Reginald Plmner. of Hegina, for the district of Cnnntngtnn, Hank. There are five for Alberta and five for Saskatchewan. PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Take Your Choice mid you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Onr Hanm mid Bacon are noted for their fine ftuvor. Piche & Miron r Telephone No. 1 ( vo;o;o:o:r.o:r):o:sZo GANYMIOniS never served the gods with nectar so delicious' as the beverages prepared by the Ijothbrldge Brewing it Malting Co., I Ad. Our ginger ale. sarspartlla, cream and lemon soda, ironbrew, etc., are unexcelled for their luscious flavor, their purity and Invigorating qualities. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS i "J vlnco of Queiiec, and studied law in Hhurbrooko in the eastern town-ships of that province. He obtained his degree of H. C. L. from litshop University east of Montreal, and had as his professors Hon. Justice White, Hon. C. C. Colby, and other eminent lawyers from the eastern townships. lie practised for a. number of years in Inverness, a Scotch centre, later in Dawson, Vy to und all fofonnatlofc^hjinyVpow^r1'(b�|^p, knowledge' to any public pirn- ^p^M editor seeking information, re '^mfo^ff tiny or 00 years ago soldiering. �Yours truly. Jolin nyian^ilutlny Macleod, Alta. - J* ~ ^ � � J � Afrtontfthing, but irtie; L + W "J 3 ����m'ft't, years.ago you could not 'phone tbia' 1 t was no branch or regiment using tho rifle but the 60th Rifles. All other arms used then in the British service were the Brown Bess and flint locks. Thtf mallet was very seldom used. The Brunswick rifle had two grooves in the barrel, the bullet had a belt or projection rou/ud It, and If the man putting in the bullet did it so as the belt or projection fitted into the grooves in tho rifle there would be no occasion to use the mallet. These small arms mentioned were the only arms used in the British ser vice until 185(1. There was a certain nujiiher of tho Knfleld rifles sent to the regiments then in India for the purpose of teaching'-the non-coms and men to learn the use of the new friend, ride on a trolley clr^coolloi rooms with an electric /an, turn om an ordinary electric light, �end wii^ie- ^ less messages to friends on bbard ' ; ship, sot your Watch by an v ; clock, purchase an electric au bile, cook by ekctriclty, ride behind ' an electric locomotive, do the ifcnlt^r. without a Are, drive machinery wiii;^> i ^ motors, live in a house without rifle and thoro |chimney, keep warm* by elwtf1^*^-^^ 1 1 ^^v V5 it**- v. ride In on electric elevator, take ak electric bath or mnfisnge, or out-df the-way water power and transmit li to cities. �W5 Hi weeks left in which to get thoi Ninth-Thou shalt not hesitate to rifle, |,ult unfortunately. Iwfore the Christmas say "No** when thou meanest "no. When the fiHotnuch, Heart, or Kid-In 1872. He received his education ney nerves get weak, then these or-at Harkin'H academy, Newcastle and gans always fail. Don't drug the at the University of New Brunswick, ] Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or graduating with the degree of B. A. j Kidneys. That is simply a make-in 1894. He studied law in the office] shift. Get a proscription known to of Hon. A. O. Blair in St. John and Druggists everywhere as Dr. Snoop's later entered King's College, Windsor j Restorative, The Restorative is pre- - A JUDGE CARPEKTKR For the Judicial District of Macleod. J. A. Carpenter, of Tnnisfail, was born in Hamilton In the year 1878 and received his early education in the public school and Collegiate Institute of Hamilton. He attended tho University of Toronto and re* celved the degree of BjA. in 1894. Ho received the degree of B. C. Ij. at Osgoode Hall, Toronto, tn 1897. After practising law in Hamilton for a number of years he came west in March HHVJ, and has practiced law in Inni.sfail since that time. B. C. with N.S., where he received the degree of f\ - J 4: j ^ 1 I - ^1 1 i� � 1 fir � t Hrlln   Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Line, C.P.R. - ' t 4-1 FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA DON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISISC BATHS HO1 RATES, $1.50 A DAY COLD LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE TRY N. T. MACLEOD Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. --r f KERR kavfe op#ued offices in Oliver BlocK, Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands m Come and aee the fiimous Matrr^ * We have alao a few choice T. S. McKENZIE w on the market, uraer district. ager PHONE PROMPT DELIVERY Ready-to-wear Skirts Tanama cloth, in black and navy, trimmed with wide military br.iid, cut after latent Now York styles, sells regularly at fl3.00 but our ^>ut urday advertising price in ...... $ 11.00 Voiles Skirts In black and navy In latest styles, mills every du/ at fa. Special tor Saturday >a\v . ri.rO Ilich Uroadcloth Walking1 Pkirtn navy and bluck trimmed with bridge, in a score of sty'^s, #i� J all sijses, This is one of tho grrtvt^nt skirt bargains offered the ladies of lethbridge. Sells regularly at $13.-50. For Saturday only tho price is Groceries Vj. X). SmKh's famous jams in Kells regularly for 25c. and >'0^ urday �(�ecittl......................... 4 Haas Windsor Table %alt. .1 Its., (3fltU t*li&3^ tMM......*....... - REMEMBER THE P'ACE . BANKS & C The New General Store Townsite Market Months GREAT INDUCEMENTS For kinds business openings LOTS SOLD SNAP FOR SHORT For Further Particulars, apply Herald Ads. B esults. WHITNEY BLOCK :-: LETHBRIDGE A i J - 1 L 41 H * V ft . r �4* _^ r '--4 �A tfjr-r1 ;