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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta f Our Christmas Stock is now CtiMPt.K.TK. IT COMPIMSKS \\ atciiks ^ v i i.of us SIl.VKIlW Mil', I'll lll.VSS .1 kwklkhv muoochks" NTIIILINii sii.yi-'.is noy-Kl.tti'.s AMi many nrill.Ks 'Jl \\.\T\ Till-: I1KST PIMI'KS \Ki: UHSIIT i' Ml, \\n i:\ami\i: Wm. C. Liphardt t:\lu of n. great moil i.'i'u Iron steamer was indeed it greet change. 'I'lu' Atltoiiin of ilu' Donaldson I ne, olio of a fltv.'t of fourteen liners crossing the A-llnntlc In-tween Montreal and Glasgow, and registered at H'.-l&O tons, fitted up for ims^.Mi.f-r.0 anil freight was the vessel lo tumli I was consigned. I was greatly mi pressed l).v its si/e and also by t �. fact that it mis built of steel, rib-. Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith �k{w- iU,ckH "wi "Ullitlt- " '" : board 1030 i-nttb* in ih-iis for." ,nal Ollice -UodiMth St. eor. Burden. u|ij�;r docks would know that cattle were on These cattle nrc fed, watered Money to Lend on Town and Farm property DR. 67c CRA66 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON OllVe over Higiiihothnni's llrug Store Photi* Oillre la.V House- 04. Ollli-c li.Hirs-II to 11 u.m., l.JJi) io -I .')�� p.m., 7 to H p.m. odd I'cssols were ihi- only objects ol .uteres!, Soon we were in tin.1 Straits of Ml'IIij Isle I hi1 regain of fogs, ce-bergs and wrecks. lUit until \vivpu�h od through we had no fog, saw no icebergs and had no mishaps, but nn.! could sen that lit.' officers wet'" till on the lookout mid very ivittrh-fnl. All ilny Sunday we were ,,r,r-rounded by iodvrgs and the fog hni was blowing every three min - Truth will out, even in a mis-ute-i print: "The motor-cur litis come to One of 11n* passengers remarked s'�.v. ~Pynch. what a forinnc a person could make had he only otic of those .eel-ergs In TI1K OTHKII WAV liOI'.NTi. Hell or New Vorkl One of the parsons quietly answered, ' If you don't 1,1 11 trolley accident in New Knt{-; repent of voiir wins, .ion will |ir.,i,. ' land tin Ir.shmtili was Imdly hurt, iilily lonir for one of these icirljcjr^s j Tit,: next day a lawyer culled or, him to cool oO ill one of thev pljcs �nd asked if he intended to sit- |V* Heveti of tlu*se ureal nvrnintds of ce �'imtpnny lor damage* were seer at once. The si-outine, of "''nmngcs-i" said Put. looking feel. m-'ii in Uil. >y 'TT ISl.oi'K Real Estalc. Insurance and Commission Agent l''iit>nl�l Scliool, Cliiriii'o. Oflice-Ott Block. Ask your ticket a^t-nt for ticket* via the Wisconsin Central Ry. Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points East and South Convenient trains, 1'iillinan sleep-ers. Free reclining chair ears, hilling euro. For full information address ll.d lielXettlflUtl, Havellilio j|t;i>|lt. .171 Hi'liert st.. St. Paul. Minn.; or .las v'. l'oinl. general luissenp-r aueiit. Milwaiiki-e. Wis. Drs. McClure & Stewart Hl'ROGON l)l!NTi�TS only a very Itsignlliraiit t>ercenluge i Is lost on the passage. The �i ,��> I who look after tile entile are mostly of tlie trump class who gi*t ieir trip and hoard free for the work the,\' do. There wei-e some students . from W'.tmliieg who took this wax- of * no,,e j ge ctiiHH only of saloon passoiigers. �-� II-cd medium saloon, so that all i"cs and s.-ri'lot;. The accoinmo dntion \n all amid ship, for iho.-who cared to walk much there nus splend.d opportunity around ilu-decks Peck chairs mill.I In.. hit -l for lite voyapc for ?l.*'0 each. The fust cil�ta piisseup'ts \v.*r* n mixed tnultitlKle mostly from '.rt-�ida nnerintpiuloiit RAYMOND - - ALBKKTA. A. W. McVittie Doniinion Land Surveyor tmvnsites. W. SHAW, Painter & Decorator A^i nt foi F.tupirc Wall Paper Co.. Aiieiit for P- Nelson iV Co.'s Witalou'phniiie. the modern trans-lin-enl lilass tleioration. Kenve orders at Ijellilirid^e Hotel. Ask Your Grocer For This Brand out Contract pi a application. t�n WM run from the Yukon, n Congregiif lonallst from Mont real and a Preasiuodic e i >-t Will devote his entire time dnrinK lo ,ir(.,k lnv ,imins. �>, the who:.. the summer to laying out new;0(lr Uxtth. wns forttmai.* in i...ii:m so cxpewnced and Inlerestinu e �' m-vorsatloimlist as oiw of its me'iiivi�. it 'is qulie remarkaiile how  >oii a company of entire strangers will income sociable and friendly v hen crililM*d together lor ten or twelve days, liiiutttli-ss this is jjr-atly due to ihe fact that ail m.-..t  'eh. r lor at ieast four itii'als a la.i . I ...h I'erson is supposed io at li..t '....k pleasant and to contritaite It - �"' In r tUrm iii Ofldfclluwn' Hill rverr Frl.U* ; si..11., . , .i, oleiiKimta >-s . the evuMiiic at i.anv'cluc*. VUiunB oiethien we, ""* puiiHtinia -s . iih alvifi. welcome. , meal. Stories and luilghter .,ie llie K. J. Frasor, C. V. Bennett. common features of the taloon u. ul h.ii. Hoc arc _ ;The Captain as the host -s j,-.. :al WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH;and overtlowing with small �,t u-.d LODGE, NO. 2 yarns. Vive meals per day were > r MerlB In f iIuMIown' Hall � etr dccdikI and i. i ... ,i, \ (ti nii> uliiiiiiliiiii'  in", iiounoam. o. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies1 >,,u' ,h" '*�*'����. fowl of. .,u u. Wee. kinds ami In eierj style of ni.i.l'in ___ 'cookery. siiliNtnntial lus'f and mu'*. -u all kinds of svis*tnv�at. pies t.nd cakes, all welt cook d and well >er-How the ocean traveller is a,.| rt";rb.,V."dm�.:!h";ni" le. ine. I.E.PROCTOR, C.R. A.M. RITCHIE, SEC | .Inst iii a consignment of Trunks & Valises All sizes -all prices. Horner & Hutchinson George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Sliackletoii Simpson & Co. � Manufacturers of Mab le iitul lightl.i; two meals would de .\en (^ller, but il in'i|inr,:. u person  '111 a strong mind to refrain from iol lowing u multitude to do e\.l. es;..,� � tally on hoard ship where there i n-so few occupations to nil in tun.- The writer was lery lortim.iie m ii.'.ii!; a chess and i h-cker fl.nd S- -�'r to Invakimr oh in the midst of a contest. The waiters on lalde alii as a rulo the most alien t'i\e In Ihe world At the close ,.i ;l voyage I hey r.-ap a great hatiest m tips. It Will Pay Vou To Seo Our I This ''id-'ng custom is pr�n-.iim. Stock Before BtiyidgElsewhort). � everywhere m the. Old Country, nut is an awful nuisance (I seemed to -� , ,., ,-- -.................. � ' nut that everione who did you the 1 RTUnRinrF �s�g1>U*t lucor exjiecl^l � tip Jhe Lbil nwlttl'VI*-' U!S.s!Chng eyes ami look of some who missed the m .-',i with your humble servant will re -main with me to my d>'.ng day. In ihcsn days of organt/alion, I th'nk travellers might easily form them  """"T" kcIvi'h Into protecti\e nssociatlicis DKPARTMKNTS against thes tipping cormorants. Violin. Piano Theory! Thrt wrUer WttK Kr"atlv ,Mi"M '" ii hill's was frei|iii'ntly iN'irlon. Motidav motnitm we were out ol s.itht of lend. What a diva ry ,.�)]� ing! l-:verywheiv; one looks nolhlnv but wnter. and beneath \our uvi anil this Idg iron vessel |h>rhaps a mile or two of voter. An oi-casion tl whale was a godsend, or a pussing tramp vessel, pay after �bi\ pa.s-,..i until one hums for a si^hl of land, until some one on ihe look-otitsho>ns out "Ireland" and smv enough .unij' far (o lit.' rigid is n 'luink that looks like n t'loud. Ilul tlie Captaii. assures us it is ihe "Old.| Sod" iit'l some one starts up the "Pear Little Shamrock." We are all Irishm -n ler the time being with inaiii j-ood good word in our hearts for the clever, witty warm-hearted peopl.-who have been our Ma lor cent nr.. Then we were ii the Irish s>a making for Liverpool, sailitti; close lo the Isle ol Man --.i" I'n.iu'M-and llanisay. t ,,i �lull I'tii'i' anil good Mr t'.iiile ..i!" .,|H| the hat h.- I..-.I I let,  lie M.with it>- sw.uia.ii \e*.vl-. t  ami from alt parts ot ih,. u.,rld I �i. writer tho'ight of the mart of c >r.- .....rce of past days, Tyre mi I Sido), IVion. Helen, Taiiais on the Nile, \lh.,|is, Syracuse, Home. Venice, IxiiLlon but is one of them this? Why here Is one vessel capnhl,. of carrying the entire freight arriv iA at Tyre in a we^k. and such docks, the finest we are t..|d in the world. Miles upon miles 'if solid stone wharves where vessels ni all -i/es could tie up and unload. \\i> were In Liverpool over Sin  lay and discharged part �,i the  tie careo In a few min lies over '.hr.i' hundred cattle were out on'iii> whii rf ami in a fee minute-- tie ire tut wi-iv penned awaiting the hutihers knif... Cana i ltrita in. Sunday was evidently a hol',li> here, (or the river was literally covered with crowded st.*amei-s lea .'� Inj; every few minutes for Wales other points along the coast nor.It and south. One could easily s,.e e.n\ litiliilM'r of watering plan... all ii'-iu '!v sh.irvs. Xoiv � weii;h anchor i.-r tilasgow the great competitor of Liverpi >1. They both lie a good d'-al alio r. their pop.ilat ion. each claiming over one milll. ii inhabitants Heing a Scotchman. I think lllnsgow hns i. lint I was soon ashamed of i.'.i country Along the west coast ot Scotland we iirotiiiti-ivd the �l..*ll  "s* log I I't.r experienced Wll.le aivh  onsl nil Poll Patrick a small ro.isi-iiii; \ess,.i ran into our M't t>o� and was rattier l.adly (Itilllage.l 1'ie Captain we were informed wasdrue,. Scoti h wlli-key did it We weie ,.i long detain,si b.\ fog that we . o'i d not go up the Clyde until the ne\t tide so tile Poiuildsoll Cotrpeiv S.-IH us into tilasgow by sail irnm (ir.siioi'k. ihe si-a-port of the Wei- n't we to Ii- on l fin tii'iia imam! tiiim a i rend.i . I'd loilu- to sue Cue railway for repairs, s.if. �v � ii lake the case-Youth's Coiepainon. THK St'MMH'.' | l'\e scaled the Itocky Aloiuitaiii (o(is. 1 I'v.' braved tit.; Mat techorii; Pie \irn,y| |k> stars in,iii Krelll ait J'eak. / And climbed Mont Hlnne at hiorn And yet of all known attitudes The highest oil's seemed this: When Caroliie said she'd be mine I reached the height of bliss 1 Til.' CatskilN and the Apetmiii >sl Pil.'s Peak-I've climlssl all three; And likewise old Vesuvius- They ipiite high to m.* And when It-egged the daunh' hand Her fnlher said. "Ily golly' You've surely touched llie h(n.\ mo  I'h's is i|.., height of foi i.\ .' - .1 llilge Why Ik-cause. Prisleric-the tireat, of Prussia, who was a great admirer of stiiari uu.foi'iis, lllHling that h.s soldiers uen- in ih.-habit of iviping lac -s with th-l sleeves ol III ii- coats, ordered ihil a I'," of buttons should be placed on the upper siile of each, and li"s 1-roKe the habit. The original pur-(lose has Imsmi long siui-,. forgotten, and the buttons were placed under Ihe *d|iht, away. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 'Jt is refresh ny II ran LETHBRIDCE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD manufac.Timi:ns of {Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter tiik wist ix tiii: wi:st All orders sent to the Brewery will reeeivo prompt atl.'iilioti ..........................................i The- and-I'll' Coinpalii .lohn Sirith .Inly P.I. IHIIT.-To lunniiin tour l^icouiotlve into my v ite; us per JI diH-r born (wagonl and breaking it To hurt nig me s!|ll >w. :i.-i -to. a. )>  ! TRY WM. OLIVER ..... FOK - Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Soil �7 T|> re is authority for st,il inn P'nl the claim was paid at once CAN THK SMALL l-VltMI'.lt I.IM'.' Do uol send nil your uiouey to Calvary and (.'ninbnsik. Help to build up l.etliliiid^e ami a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Pianino and liitmhi-r .Mills. Olliiv. Ynnls ami Factory Corner Uoiind and Bomjias Streets Telephone loJI I Plot I. I verso -, . says. 'I ha*-farui.-r n.-,u thirty aer." It. Ho lie il h reiere of lofliell I n e to 1 11 ' aim' . r-i-eiitly \iHitisl a true... Nell- N'ork i-il> lie o� iis ol Ian.I and reals i-n --YARDSAT- LETHBRIDCE. RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, si ills MOIll". Of fllVMltl'.t's copch iii:mki>\ iii ' -.' Ol' all OTHKItS pi i TOOK) II) It _o- Mr Thos. lieorge, a iu.-irh.iiK . Mt. i'.lgin. Ontario, sijv ,-l tunc had the local agency tor i:haml*er Iain's Cough Itemedy ever since it was mlrodu.-ed into i'.ii.ule, ant I sell as uiui'li of it as | do of a'l other Hues 1 have on my shelles (mi together, tiftIn* many il.i/-i,s sol,i utid-r guaiaiitis-, 1 hale not hail � Me bottle reinnied i can personally ie-roiiiiucnil lliis medicine as 1 have us e.l ii myself und given it to ''i.' I .-t i Conservatory of Music J. (Jeo. H.ti'BB, Director Vocal, Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Wood-wind. Brass Instruments, Chorus with tho fsii.1 down the Si. Ijiwjviu Tho imither was beyond criticism. Poth hanks of tho riier seeineil v..,v NELSON .B.C.  un�l Choir Directing, Phj-sieal Cub; i^ufsi'ti. one does not r�**d to i * ^ - f�>�� B.i;. MOOlilC. Local ABt  ture aud draoifitic Art. Special inducement: V'*�ido-lin, Banjo, ami Guitar students tiay1: who enter Iwfore Nov. 1st. HKjfi BE SURE VOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL I'm- Dentistry. Ve'cmiflry ami Surgical Work, call on . . Dr. F. W. J. Johnston, Lethbridge c ;r ,il ef Tuonlo V-terloery Collfge in, er� left at Higtaboibam'i Drug Stoie. I Studios over Ms Mtw Store. LETHBRIDGE.ALTA Cana-da for delightful scerery. lite numerous towns and villuges dotting sloping hanks, the picturesque with their inovliaMe church spires, th.3 var.'"vnited colors of tin; entire landscape nr.- � . .  pirn--not easily to he forgotten Koon wa wore out in the great guii with the ha7.y shores of Uihrador oi, the left, and those of New lli-iins-wir.k to the right. Though often so i stormy, tho gulf for us was aim very good one. Ilm n,.\i year on . c- count of better (ariinm: methods soon he ileinonstrnt.-d having li;"seii adopted the crop "ill l�- ''mi lie made to yield , i much better "I have bi.s-n olel- the district pretty well n!i,l I kroiv pretty much what is under rrop. I est imat-there an oivr HO.Oon acres (crop. The coinCitions are very isfactory at the present time thai un 1.; a I P|\ i: YKAIIS IN PKV "-, ^ r-ii.-r Hutchinson, found guilty of tlle*;^ SM00 from the i'i.-ion think of Cg-i.^'i. was lo five years .n ent iary at Kd-monton by .fustire- at the .Supremo Oour^'1 i elgmy � uior . I ii'ht-eii y-ais ago h- mo.,-I on Ins l.ia.l wiib a capital of SI lo. leiilmg th- pla-e Now tli,. liuiiMiiis paid for Itself, aid the net proce  Is of ihe plae  run from $|,.riii *l IWIO a y.-al. count in,; only rash si(l.-s \sid- froiii this ntiiiu shiiiild  conn1 il Hi-- rem and a good p.ul of th,- diu.v liioig This ins' may Ih1 IlllUSII.'tl lull il Is no| i-ellllirkalile Vl J* 1J -Cents il, 1.1" I'11 done. Hut I suppose u*i I'lichi loner Ii;mI in muni lo ask wb-Ui-r the farming of the (utun' is to lai'gvuiea cap -itali/isl farming or small urea sp..e iati/i-d farming It ,s to l�- I'otli Where markets are quick ami near ti>. Rtuall-ai'-a f.inu.iig mil increase I'll- ironi lifty acres will is-llfllci-n: to plollde i ouifortid'le -..Mi port Ilu: tie- lima of profit v ii: soon U* reached on th-se farms m;. less they are dc*ot-.l to i.-ry hig.i class specialties -| |,.. man who is ambitious lor large affairs. uiM in farther back to lb. op.'-n couiitii assent' le sei'eral larms. einplny mu.-li latior, organi/e the bus.ness, and ep-ply ilm kdid of generalship that e. applied to luanufacturing or large niiTchandUilig. .More and uioi\l. i he i tvpo of man who now runs a furm wtli find it to his advai t.ig.-to work under the direction of a of lirger evei-iil ii\, ability. It .nil' tlmt i-apPal profit when put into w.'ll-farunsl land. Young ui' n with good technical eilucatim an I in si-class executise iihililv e 'l take the handling of such lands Small liii'iii-i". who have lu'liuical skill and kiiowl.slge. but who lack business ah.lity, nil) be drawn und -r 'he leadership of such men. to Cue betterment of both. At present even- farmer is at the same lime a Kiiei'mliKt and a business man- I�ivision of lalmr must ronie tn farming as i: long ago rtinv.i hi commerce f v*1 n" B E E F WI! are sellinii more lioef by the quarter lliiin ever befure. Nice Ihree year oh! steers. Buy your beef now. mbib* it is in prime condition. ['. I ui'm'i'.-itor Hams and Tele|>hoiie UI. B:i aeon. B E E F 1 A. EASTON & CO. * MANI'FAt'TI'BERfci OF t HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL | HORSE FURNISHINGS f AND DKALI,Its IN 1 TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, I ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON # | COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. I w ' I I     nnnnnnnn rtil�-r�I*lPlMlM]il fill AN OLD TIMER WITH THK- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CKlARS TN A NEW STAND J list drop into my new i|Uaileis aud convince yourself that I am up-to-date.  .' The elcanosl and brightest simp in Southern Alberta. CEO. HOU AtivKivi'isi: is Tiir. m^i w.n 'nnnnnnnnnnuHnnnr nnnn ilililflBTili ;