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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Fancy China and Toilet Ware Every quality known under the sun Nothing more acceptable as a Christmas Gift Nelson 9b Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Rambling Reveries By a Dreamer. Flaw Hunters Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to slioose from. Our Hams and Bacon are not�d for their line flavor. Piche & Miron Tekphoiie No. 1 GAXYMRDR npvcr served the jrocis -nith noclnr .so delicious a.s tlie 'iKjvurngp.s pro-jiiirod by Iho Lf^lhhiiils'c Browing & Malliiif!; Co., Ltd. Our jjlngcr aK', sar.spurllla, cix'aiii ami lemon sodn, ironbr.'w, etc., arc uriexcelled for their luscious (la\or, theii' purity and invigorating qualities. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company,Ltd. FOR THE BUST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP At THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Tlicrc lire pa-tii'iit ear, fretful language on account of everything that has gone wrong out-of-doors ! See to it that you do your part, Mr. Husband, to make home hap])y by cheerful encouragement to your wife. iStop grumbling. Get \ip two hours earlier in the morriing and do something out of your regular profes.siori, Mind your own busiiiess liud with all vour niiglit let other pi'MjiJi-'s alone. Live within your meaii^^. (live away or sell your dog. Go tn b'-d early. Talk less of your own pi-euli.'ir gifts and virtues, and more of tliose of ,vdur friends and neiglibnr.K. Be cheerful. Pay .vt^ur debt-. He your-scilf all yiju would see in citliers. B( a good man and stop giumbling. Some men stumble over .straw.s in the road to heaven, but climb over liills on the road to destruction. The Farmers' and Drovers' Daily .lournal of ('hicago, .says : Roan King, first Shorthorn to win grand cham-l)ionship at the International. Th(' grand champion wether was won by Sir Oeeorgo Druinmond, of Gri'cnbank, Ontario, Canada, and is a Sliorthorned calf, wins grand championship of 1907 International. Roan Kiiig is owned by James Leask o' Bi-aconsfielil, Que., on his pure-bred Southdown Drummond's Wether 1126. This is the third time Mr. Drummond has won this honor and the seventh time he has won championship on S(juthdov,'n. This is the highest honor that can be won by a sheepman in the United States. Bre('ders as well as laymen at the ringside this morning were kept in a state of doubt as se.v(-ral of the animals many had i)inned their faith to had dropped by the 'vaysido. The blue-gray heifar "Gene Grub" from Colorado was placed below an .Angus yearling owned by the University of Nebraska, putting her Out of the race. This .Angus was Flint of Meadow Brook and was considered by the .Angus men to be one of the likely animals for the high honors. Kair l.,ad 1st, the Hereford 2-year-old wln'ch the Hereford men'had great faith in, gaVe up the championship in the 2-year-old class to the Angus steer "Andy" from the Mimiesota .Agi'icul-tural College, wliich raised the hopivs of tile Angus men. .Andy is a smoother type than the Hereford, and although he does not carry a.s much fat, he firmer in hi.-i flesli. Five most ex/ellent animals were lined up in this class and .Andy hiid no easy victory. � In the sheep department the foreign flocks are working havoc with American breeders. Not only is the flock of Cooper and Nephews of Kng-land in the race but several Canadian breeders are making a strong show. They are particularly strong in Southdown, Hampshire and Dorset breeds. In the fat wether show the hottest competition pulled off licn-e in a long time is -in evidence. Everything entered is of excellent quality and George .Allen of Lexington, Neb., the judge, is finding he has his hands full to pick the winners. royal Crown WITCH HAZEL Shaving Stick requires less effort, sives time, meanj less wear on the soap, k-caiise the new sh.iving stick lathers so freely - almost instantaneously. A lather so generously rich and creamy, that it wiil not dry on the face. Makes shaving quick and pleasant. Every stick in a dust-proof, sanitary nickel box. Same price as others. Maif�enlrb|r , WILL "LIVE IN MOOSE JAW. Moose Jaw, Sask., Dec. II.-Judge Johnstone has decided to reside here but will also sit on the supreme court bench at Regina when necessary. This is a special arrangement, as all the other supreme court judges must reside in Regina. IIAXD-HAG JX>ST. B�ttcuii Itowvillc and Links on Wednesday, Oct. 16, containing not�9 and hille of about and silver watch. Itewaid of 910.00 will be of-fert'd for it� recovery, tf. Holua Peterson. FOa SALE tho Lwth-$100 par value for 50c. on the dollar. A|tply C. .S. liorup Ijcthbriilge. dl2 GOOD ACCOMMOOAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC feXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS / HOT AND COLO WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY __._# LpiTHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | For Real Estate values PIKB AIW LITE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. O. W. KERR CO. hBVfc opened offices in the r Oliver Bloch, - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wlieat Lands Come and see the famous Magratb land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZlE. Local Manager. LOOKING FOR SIGHTS There are some people always look- # ; inp' out for sights. They cannot pay T \ a visit, they cannot even receive a # I friend, tliey cannot carry on the I daily entercourse of the family, witb-I out suspecting some offense is de- sij^ned. They are as toucliy as hair triggers. If they meet an acquaintance on the street who happens to be pre-occupied with business, they attribute his abstraction to some motive personal to themselves, and take umbrage accordingly. They lay on others the fault of their own irritability. A lit of indigestion makes them see impertinence in everybody they come in contact with. Innocent persons who never dredmed of giving offense, are, by momentary taciturnity, mistaken for an insult. To say tlie least, the habit is unfortunate. It is far wiser to take the more char-it:ible view of our igllow beings, and not suppose a slight is intended unless the neglect is open and direct. After all, life takes its hue, in a gr(,>at degree, from the color of our own mind. If we are frank and generous tiie world treats us kindly. If, on the contrary, we are suspiciouB, men learn to be cold and cautions to us. Let a person get a reputation of beintr touchy, and everybody is under more or less restraint; and in this way the chances of an imaginary oSciise are vastly increased.. People who fire up easily miss much happiness. Their jaundiced tempers- destroy their own comfort as well as that of their friends. They have always some fancied slight to brood over, l'"OI{ SALE Two Harl>er Cbiiirs, nearly new, and two double plated mirrors, 40 i inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply i to I'rank Thomas, Itoselton's Barber Shop, l^ithhritlpa. dt'>T VACANCIES Vacancies have a mission. What has not ? There is something in everytliing to be a; chariot for thought. Even the absence in the home, of a familiar object may sot in motion the wheel on which thought The Hon. W. H. Ciishing Saturday Night in the last issue has this to say of Hon. W. H. Gushing:- The. demands of party politics in Alberta alone account fur the entrance of _W. H. Cusliiiiff into public life. When Premier Rutherford was forming his cabinet in 1!)05, before going to the country, he h.'id the usual prejudice to observe. Territorial representation niust be .secured, and the cabinet must have a preponderance of lawyers. Ruthfrford was a lawyer himself. .\nother one was permissable, and Cros.s jn Kdnion-ton made good his claims to the Attorney-Generalship. W. T. Finlayof Medicine Hat, had spent .several years in the Territorial .Assembly, and his election as minister of agriculture was almost inevitable. With Cross and Rutherford, bolh fr.m. the noith, and Finlay from | t,., j^^jj the southeast, the Premier's, prob- ,,.i,,j^ Woollen Mills Co. lem narrowed itself down to a quest ' for a man for'the public works department wlio would represent the Calgary district who was not a lawyer, and could, witliout fail, carry his constituency. Calgory has Conservative leanint's. and tlie situation required careful handling. After mature tiiimtrht toe l-ibera!s decided that in .Mr. Cusliinp they had found their niun. Wliile a solid Liberal and identifici! with tlie inter-.'Sts of hi.s party ami tlie cuniniercial interests of the city, .\fr. Cushiiighad '.'iveii his time to bu.-iness. He was liowevir persuaded I he di'partnient of public works, and run for the Calgary ridinp. Af.Miii.-t him was R. I!. Deiinet, a m:>iiil)'r of the Territorial Assembly, 1.^!).H-! election, winning witli the slender majority of twenty-nine votes. Since his election he has demonstrated the value of the business man in polities. A great achievement has been his installation of a provincial telephone system. Already over five hundred miles of long distance lines are in op-operation, and a network of local exchange and rural lines is spreading over the province. Moreover, Mr. Gushing sees the trend of the future and his plaps for the government include taking over the control of telegraphs. , . . Mr. Gushing has not been long in political life but he has "made good" In business he has an honorable career behind him. Born fifty-five years ago in Wellington county, Ont., he settled in Calgary in 1683, where he took up the sash and door business. His firm has developed into Gushing Bros., Limited, a joint stock company, with an executive body of branch factories in the cities of Alberta and Saskatchewan. In sacrificing his business interest to orgnnize and conduct the department of public works along lines best suited for the west, Mr. Gushing is rendering valuable service to the province. Frank G. Waddington will hold another big sale of Fancy Goods at the Auction Mart -ox- Siltiirda} [vening at 7.30 o'clock Good goods ttt- your own jirices. The Lethbridse Huction Mart. 410 Kound Street (Old Herald Office) HIY and OITS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and ... Eetail . Quantities Pboduce Delivered Loc!ally PriceB by Carload may be had on Application Terms - Strictly Cash Easton ii delivery. Residence and stable 2iist of the biirracks. . ' VVM. TAYLOB, Lethbridge '�4 Howard Case & Co The Original Garage which is still in operation. whicti to get those WANTED A good Hound borne, about la-IO pounds. Apply Turpin Furiuture Co. LOST Between Biirrtett SdreK South and the Oliver Dlock, a ladles gold watch Hc'u-ard for return to the Herald Of-flc�. at kean's Headquartiers for Santa Claus Stockings FRESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CANDY HOT & COLD DRINKS ICE CREAM kean's Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Only a weeks left in Christmas Photos You should loavo your orders early and thus avoid tho usual holiday rush. Ue have something entirely now for Christmas gifts. You should see iti ' HANDFORD 4 Fashion decrees arc funny things.; For iiisitance, us soon as a man pur-chnscs a soft hat het. doems it necessary to jab a few donts in it. But' ho gets mad if anybody puts a dent intohis new slifT hat. � ' Photflgraplis Hidhent .;Vork aaaraatMiil 8tmlio - - NBnr A.R. ami I. Freight OftlM North of Hudson'* Usy Stoiv ; Baboness Road Letbbbioor . . Tho thmKs that never happou^?) usually the things that uibat �iy/iry/ ;