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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STOIC or QUALITY.' Pickles & Sauce We have a full line of Holbroofc't Pkktot, Uman ond Vinegira all ol which for favor and quality are second to none. Try Holbrook'a Worchester Sauce (a sample for the asking). Beats everything on the market. Nelson (& Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBEIDGE Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 IT'S FOR YOU. THIN FOLKS! No disgrace to be slight in build, but wouldn't you like a little Jesh on your bones? Get it qmck if you drink Lethbridge beer' regularly- not onoe in awhile, bat three times a day. Surer than medicine, and twice as pleasant to take. - ^:' Spceial br�w of AlbcriV* i^ride. Lethbridge Brewing & CbmiMhy, Ltd. TOR THE PEST SERVICE IN  >r^|^THDRlDGE STOP AT tfeE 6dssip from"! Capital! Edmonton, Oct. 7.-It has bean de-dtlL-d that 'the now Supremo Court of Alberta will hold sittings en banc at Edn^onton, ns well as C'lilgary. Tho old court only sat on banc at Cai- �FoUowijig the custom of the public men of the Stntos Hon. Mr, Cro.s.q took a day ofT ln.st wock and attended an HKricultural Xair. Ho viaiteerta is to have a retormato.-y in the very near I'uturo. The govjrn ment has decided to establish such an in.S'tkut'ion. The place where it will bo-located has not yet been an-nouncxidi Maclood may' get it. Pon-oka is to hnvc" the asylum, though the original intention was to place i't at Muclcocl. Uowcver physicians advisod'that the climate in that Ijclt would not Ixmofit nervous disease.^ and the change was made. P. for Rosebud, *wUI he, ttw Oonsor-vativc noiniii�e>ror >tfae: FMcral ridingr of Ifcd IXjer. It IS expected i^ii names of the dis trict judges ,win be given out frcro Outowa next wOekr'. - � ' Hon. Frank Oliver left for tho e\ gt, at the end of tho week. He wa.^ a busy man while here. He saw every t>crson who had troubles to relate or were seeking for .informn'tion. on a multitude of fiuw-itiohg. The minister of the Interior 'is always acce.ss-iljlc. He does not put on any ".side" but is a man, every inch of him. grasp of affairs of his dbpartment is wondcr/ul. Trial Catarrh treatment.s are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Kncine, ^�is, Thow tests are proving ito tho people-vi'thnut a penny's cost-the great value of this sciorrtilic pmscription known to (Jruif glials everywhere as""Dr.;Shoop's Catarrh Rem(?dy. Sold by all druggists. BOWVILLE. Atitornoy General Cross will likely introduce K'g'islation O't tho coming) soss'ion !Of tho Legislature ytroviding ; that e\'ery pyr.son conimi-tted to jail ; on a charge of drunkenness will be ' given the gold euro. Quebec; adopted this plan- some years ago and it has had wohderful results'. Some of the wors.t old topers in tho province wei-e .straightened up and left drink alone for the first time in years. Had it* not been for the provisions in the law they would never had tho I'em-edy applied, as most of them either lacked the courage or ^he means to take tho cure. It is a precticai me'-thod of getting rid of intemperance and Hhould appeal to all the friends of moral reform. A surprise part,y Was JjfiVen at Sirs. G. BiMovson's -in honor of Miss lliluia The party all gatliei-ed. at Mrs. Peter son'.s and from there they joined at a dance at Ucynold's rasicVencc one mile east of the store. About eight couple weixj preisent. .loseph VVillaims was stat-king last Week with d good force that �is if tho force hail been oil together,at once. The latter part of the Week th� crew started work for Mr; Hammer on the latter'.s flax. Mr. Hammer, is building a granary assifttcd by .1. 1). Lukens. .Idhn Reynolds has completed his sitack'ing. Jtr. Harry is now busy stacking his Hon. W. H. Gushing is still in the ea.e found in Cam frda, .. A GOOD Is what you arc looking for. Then wc are the people for you to have a little talk withj for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in | Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (S^ Matthew$,Md LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA the' I the Botel nmm FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLQ WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY |LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I It has lieen suggested (and is than likel,v to Ije adopted that Alljerta government introduce a law pi-ovonting Chinamen or .Taps having votes in Alberta. Hritish Columbia has such a law anU it prevents the possibility of such Asiatics ever se-clring any political influence. In Alberta there are clo.so upon .5,000 yellow folks and their ijumber is incroas ing. Mr. Roltert Williams is helping Joseph WiVlaims during harvest. Mr. Williams has his threshing rig very iioar ;home-within: ten miles. Wait till he gets his rig into the Bow ville-grain. Born to Mr. and Mrs. .John .Johnson, a girl on Sept. 22. Both mother and child are doing; fine. The coyotes are finiHeaiitiful valJijy of Bowville and I seeing all the buildings and grain sftacks, and black sti'eaks of breaking and (�lovi'n,c. Look back when the first settlers started there. Vot a fence or a strip of, breaking was to be .seen. Now one can hardly go a mile on the old trail before striking a fence; now everi�'thing is done on �tha (VId Fellows plan, .squai'o cornor.s and not shorter than a mile stretch. HEATEBSI HEATERS! HE A TEB8! | --IN-- 5? OAKS AND HOT BLASTS We have'oneof the best lines of HEATING STOVE on the market. ^b^tiiftil in^^ �and Some day will take ithe census of Kdmonton had as a visitor last' Uowville and' then all Our praising week a very interesting iJcrsonage in'will' show and prove all our brags. Senator McHugU, of liindsay, Ont.' and to hel)) prove this wo will try to Tho Senator used to represent South'I get a re[>ort o! tho grain that will go Victoria in the Commons. Ho was-to Ijethbridae this winter: elected in the gcnjM-al elections of f JNlost of 'the farmers are building 1890, when the lt(!n\edial UilU was large granaries to hold their grain the great issue. McHugh's opponent till the work slacks up. Then for the was C'hajles Fairboni, a Tory and rOad. Jti'. Reynolds has probabl.v an Orangeman. He had supported, the largest bins, tho granary built the Renwdial bill. McHugh was a | being 32x3(3 and there arc six of them Caftliolic and a supporter of .Sir Wil-^ while Mr. J. M'illiams has a good fritl's conciliation policy. Under the?, sized barn, it being 25.x32 standing 12 feet reasonable in price aa you will fluid any place. Call and see bur variety before buying. Chew Oak Heq^rs have dottl^feed doors, enabling one to pat pieces of coal in, 4M night. tight, and iwillhhold; fire all ' f ^ -.1 > ./ Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the" famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. 4 t. S. MeKENZlE. Locil Mmger. he wos lieafen, his opponent using tho religious cry against him, though a more broad minded man never ii p-resentol tho riding. Mr. McHugh .'uc ceeded the late Sir Prank Smith in the Senate. Two members, at least, of the present Legislature will bo candidates tor the Dominion hou.se. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., is slutod as tho Lib-oral candidate in the new riding of Medic no Hjat and either Frank Walk or, local member for Victoria, or .1. H. Holden, local member for V'entiil-lon, will repiesont that party in the now Victoria constituency. � Thore is a prol)Bl>ili'ty that' C. Hieljcrt, M I^f Herald Adk BriiiS Results. Stop That Cold To check carl; colds or Qrlpjlte with "Preventtci" ineanH sure dofuat for Pnouiiionla. To stop a cold with Freveuticii la sufor than to let It run and be obliged to cure it sfterwuids. To be sure. Pre-Tentici will cure oven a deeply seated cold, but taken early-at the sneciiu stage-they break, or bead off these early colds. Tliat's surely better. That's why Ihoy are called Pruvcntlcs. Proventiesaro little Candy Cold Cures. No Qnloroniptnes8 nay also save ball your usual sickness. And'don't forget youl: child. It there is feverishiusas. nightor day. Herein prob-bir lies Proventics' gntataiit clllclency. Sold in k boxes for the pocket, also in 2ho boxes of 4S rwveutic*. InsUtoayour dnigaUU sivln* m "ALL DEALERS" surely have some friends in Bowville We arc fricjjdiy and are (juito well acquainted 'in Lethbridge. We say Lethbridge because Lethbridge has stood by us and we wjll stand by Lethbridge all through. Bowville looks pix'tty small but just the same she has brought considerable of Uncle Sam's'coin in and left it W'ith bridge where it got good coin. Mi's. J. I). Lukens called on Mrs. John Johnson Sunday. Mr. A. J. Mills wil,l thresh this wook, Mr. Williams' rig doing the job. Airs. Thpmns Ueycroft is on tho s'ick lis't. The doctor was called last Thursday. Mrs. Albert White is stopping at John .Johnson's this week helping Mrs. .lohnson. Traiicis Pi'tts, the younge.st son of T. W, Pitts had the misfortune to break his leg last Sunday. Sfr. Pibts was hauling water in a bai'it-'l on a stone lioat. Francis was with him and fell oil. The runner wont over hfs leg antl broke it just above the ankle. Autoiobile Supplies Spark Plugs, Storage Batteries , Speedometers Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc, EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co The Original GarAg� which is still in operation. Herald "Want" Adt. Pay. If you watiit to get tho want you want to got, you want to got your ivant in tho want-getter-The Her-eld. Tho Herald wants your want, because 'it wants yoU to get the want you Want td'got. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of ifosic Commercial College J. Geo. Harper, Director. A Wf}LI^KXOWJV MAS Slinani's Linimcii't Co., Limited. Dear Sirs',-I can rocomniond j'oui' Minard's Liniment for rheumatism and sprains, as 1 have used it for both with excellent rcBUI|ts. Yours truly, T. B. LAVEUS, at. John. Many Free Advantages Pupils received daily. For Prospectus, Terms, etc., Addresa-THE SECRETARY Studio-Tuff's Block, City, To RENT. A scven-roomcd house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEV. _ _lothbrldge. FOB SALE BY OWNER. Any part of Sec. 2, Town 5. Range 18, on terms and at cut price. This land is free from rocks and is level Good gr^ss and as 'it is near New Day'ton, where land is selling a't much higher prices, it is a choice buy Go and see it; then make mo an olTer A. n. ITarman, 1302 Sinto Ave. l�-2er8on .Apply D, McAllister. Box 48(}, Leth- D. bridge. t.(. WANTED - Good general servant. Apply Mrs., C. RnJey, 612 llurdott St. to, tt: .SERVANT WANTED To do general housework. Apply Mrs. W. S..^Galbraith, Burdett at. ----!--' . . ,..'.,^.�W...- STRAYED OR STOLEN. From Wra. 'Johnson'e ranch,- Se�. S6, Tp. 8, Range 23, a blacic mara.v: spot on (aoe, alld white rigbt hind : foot. Branded (Wl on rigbt shottl*, dor. flO Reward offered tor ratura �to ' I ' 1017-34.31 WM. JOBVIOH^ ;