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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adams announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber Business OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON LETHBRIDQE Office-Ott Block. Hour*-11:00 to 12.On noon; 3:00 to 6:00 p. m.j 7.3) to 8:30 p. m. Telephone-Offtcv 08. Rtltoy went out for a walk, ami otio suggested trying their luck on of the nlekol-ln-tho-slot machines. They nil did. and they all lost. Then they went on and threw er-b�cked book with lots of printing on the back. H proved to be � catalogue from a "sporting goods'' house in Chicago. Hogiitning at the front png� the landlord showed the ustonishod drum mors cuts and descriptions of every kind of a gume of chance they had ever heard of, ami u great inanythoy hadn't In every case the catalogue claimed the firm could furnish np|Htrutus so that tho owner or o|�rntor rould win every time, nnd the limp who "took it chance" hud no chance nt all. They were ull sure to lose every tin*- -tlw o|urulor didn't want to I os,� From dice loaded so that the fol-| low who was wise rould throw whatever he wnnlod, ranis marked so you could tell what your opponent held, to tho elaborate roulette machine, ull were fixed so nicely that the greatest e.\|n>rt couldn't delect the fraud. The firm uppenlH for ctis-toitr in this liive of goods in Cnmvdu and the United States. They say they have � long business experience, and no other llrm can niuke the class of dis -honest goods as true as they do. t'hey say the "goods" are mude with same dogri* of honesty whicn ha* made the firm's reputution in the "regular lino of sporting goods." "Did you get that thing through the malts?" asked one. "Certainly I did. nnd Jot� of Uiem have gone through. I have reason to .|>elieve that the whole countryhns been covered, that is, men in_ceii�in lines of business," said the land -lord. "Well, It will bo Hoin>) time lieforo I waste any more money on Mich gumeti of chance as that." mid the cigar man. "I'll stick to horse races and elections." "I'd rather toss coppers with a friend who has one wiih heads on both sides," said the shoe man. "That game is not us honest as tho Lauritr and Borden. Charlottetown Oiinrdian (lab.): Sir W li'rld Lnurier has hod in sotno sort a series of triiimphnnl ovations since his return from th� obi coun  try. Ami now Mr llorfleii is about to make the tour of the Dominion tn stir up tho minds of the opposition, revive their hopes and Increase their faith so fur as may lie done. When �that time arrives ihe opposllion load or may lie expected to l>e nn only-less conspicuous luminary In tho political sky for the time than the premier hlm-vWi And we think itwili Iv for the country's good thus to have hod its leaders conspicuously in the public eye for a time. As public men go these tw >. |,a trier nnd llorden. are of our lw>st, honorable, clean ami patriotic. In thes* evil political days rt is well thot the country and the two political parties can �till retain confidence in the moral integrity of the two loaders. They ore better than son>o In ill down. And tlw* wicked partners, (or such the country sees also in the opposition shop -ought to be taught thnt Ihoy are a source of weakness ami not of strength, especially when they talk too much of the demerits, an.I shortcomings of their opponents. In fact both fid and conduct of their lieutenants Tht English nnd French Ch#�ternelJ Overcoats (or Sprtaf, Semi' Tkt Si�m ol Svoiy. I| Wondrous have been the changes wrought by Semi-ready tailoring in the art of mens dress. tj Clothes are made from the finest fabrics, and brought to the trying-on stage, where they can be finished1 to measure in a (ew hours. I h the t,-u�k�rM should lie more core i . in tlie futuiv ns to the character J J reprken^ � ^ KINGSTON Ii*l>er 80,08 in the othcr follpw:8 j D. C. MOORE i funeral Director and Embalmer NOT IN LETHMUDCE. Coal Company's Generous Offer. He^rinn. Aug. The di'imrtnumt of agriculture .has issud a statement setting forth nrrungiinents made by the government with mine owners with a view to inducing dealers and householders to stock up with fuel for the coi�'in;r winter. Some time ago the Alberta Hallway & Irrigation Co.. which sells (Jalt coal nrinrtl at Lethbridge. of-fen'd to supply Coal to agents, the freight prepaid, and wuil the fact that the only reliable safeguard against a probable fuel shortage in the I'ralrie country is that people should lay in their winter fuel supply during the summer utxl not  4| The Physique Type System o( Cutting and Designing makes it possible to fit every figure o( man perfectly-whether he be tall and slim, or short and stout, or of any other of the distinct types. i| No man can doubt the fitting quality of the system when once he sees it and gives it a moment a thought, while every man can forejudge the suitability ol tht fabric to his own individual taste apd expression. Semi-ready Chesterfield Overcoats, all silk-faced, $25.00. Semi-ready Suits, for business wear and social functions, as liig.. us vo0 and as low�a� 918. The "Signet of Surety " und price plainly sewn on inside pocket ol every Semi-ready coat. Semi-ready Tailoring. A. SOUTHARD, Lethbridge A Land of Opportunity. umii months Everyliody knows that Western Canada holds more advantage for the working mun than docs Cnnuiln or Europe. Probably nine out of ten have but it hazy ld,ii why this is so. tine will say it is Ix'onuso wages are highor; another says hecuusethore is less competition ami no social distinctions. Hut the cost of living in proportionately high, so the advan -tage of high wages is not so greet as it ns first appears; niul the other two reasons are effects, rather than causes, of life in u country when- a working man passes easily into a , � XATM0H8 _ ttuniuraa,! Km Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It lias no equal. Manufactured by ellison milling & elevator co. Lethbridgn, Raymond, Uugrutli. Rinfi up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE If John I). Itockefellor does go to jail tboy won't have to bother cutting his hair. A Brooklyn cigarette smoker is 102 years of uge. It Is simply imposs -i14a-*c- kJiUaoine. �people,* ; � -  .  UI1 . . , , u , , rh� 8ilufttion "I PNa. taUt tt( inu.,,Hma�ice. What, then is Now. childron said the teacher. |�t is such that if railway compan-jUie ^ rea>)on, u i() lh(1 Office-Next to Pros! ytennn Church. ,uh she distributed the flowor.-seed.s les supply tho required rolling stock OfQce Phone 102. Ilesidenco 130. | among the little ones, '1 want you j which thi>y have promised to do, ev-- -1 -' to piunt these in spots, and when Ury facility wi11 t>o aftordcxi tlw poo- Lethhridiie Loduc No. 2. 'lnoy u*in to filow f !:Uucatioi to uilow tho school children to intrude on Labor Day. Tho School Hoard |M>inl ed out t'luit its the day wits a holiday t'hey bad no jurimliction over tho children on that dti.v. A in.(n nunverl Uhodehaver has been anvstd in Jllackfulds on the charge of forging the iiuiiki of Henry floin-holt of lied iieer. lie -passed off several -cheques.-  : ' * who reports tlrst.' At flvo o'clock one morning, u few few weeks later, tho iuiiiily . with whom tlie teacher bimtxksl vas arous exlhy a loud ringing at the door-U'll. Tho man of the house went to the door. 'Who's there'?" he asked. "Tommy Tucker,' 'What you want'.'' 'i want to s�h.' Miss Atluir.' 'Wnafs tho uratUT? What do you want of her?' '1 want to tell her something.' 'Wonjf it keep till daylight? Cant I toll her myself?" 'Xo. It's something she wanted to know just as soon ns it happened, and polxKly else can buys a couple of lots iu soim- building'town, wakes upon' moniine the owner of valuable property In the heart of �. big city. t Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. Butter always in stock % Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good! Phone 91 for a good steer cut! IP. Burns & Co., Ltd. A liELlKVKIt IN PRINCIPLE. Some peoplp love quarrelling, no mjA'tter whether they have a cause or not. it reminds us of tho man who, when asked by a friend why hn had been fighting, said "Well, that fellow said that my sister had a cross eye.' 'Hut, my dear fellow,' enid his friend, 'you have no sinter.' 'No.' was tho answer; 'but it was for tho principle of tho thing 1 fought.'- Dundee. 'Advertiser.' L. if. Prtritt has started u pressed Fernie's Mayor lias issued an order j brick plant at Medicine Hut and is forbidding prize fights In that city. The fight liet'ween Barney Mullin anil Kid Grant was stopped on "tlw UMh. The Mayor has tins sentiment of th� town lx>hind his order. turning tint 20,000 brick per tiay. IV Medicine Hat Flour Mill has an output at present of a carload per day. POULTRY AT LETHURHX1E IIIRITION. EX Tlie Secretary of the Ijethbridge Distriet and Agricultural Society regrets that the awards in the clasM's for Plymouth Rock Cockerels and pullots wore omitted from their prize list. Tlie 1st nr�d 2nd prizes ill each class were carried off by F. .)'. Ilur-binson. with a good team of forw.inl chicks. �!Os>#�|*i>*****4>***�*aY**s> #e^��a>����s>��00�0 A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. nnnrnnfiaDnnnnnnnnrinrn'.riy ? ni Tlie lOdtnonton City Council has issued an edict forbidding any municipal employee taking any jwrt in municipal elections -beyond casting his or "her" vote-, under ponaHy o'f'dls-' nsisaal. 1 AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A N EW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince your-si'lf that I am up-to-date. ' .' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. CEO. HOUK ;