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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ? - � h .4' Accurate Watches Ct4 Be sure that your purchases ore limde where nothing but high-nrade goods are offered, where quality reigns supreme, and still where the price is within tho reach of all. Ours is such a store. Our watches are right. We have them from $5 to $50 and all guaranteed. Our $20 Watch is a Winner C. Ross Tate The Jeweler N.B.-Expert Watch Repairing a specialty. farm lands! 50,000 Acres Choice Farm Lands Four miles from Raymond, and five miles from Stirling. Nothing better in Southern Alberta. Also CITY PROPERTY and acreage adjoining city. Call and investigate. g. c. Mcdonald Representing British American Land & In vestment Company Conybeare Block Farm Lands, Real Estate and Insurance. Mr. Fielding a� Leader (From the Cnhndinn Courier.) Mr. Fielding hns Ijoen giving the Commons a sort of ""trial trlh" with himself ns Premier, so that thcymay know' what to expect If lie over conws to succeed Sir Wilfrid. It Jm true that Ik la not the ronl "acting Premier," Sir Itichard Cnrlwright holding that honor In the Senate; but helms foten the active Premier while Sir H'lchard hns boon tho passive. Mr. Fielding bids fair to found a new School in Oniindinn politics. Ho Is not In tho least like Sir Wilfrid or Sir Chorion Tuppor or Sir John Mno-donnld or any of the great nt**ti In th� past. tt�> does not "address the country" In stately fashion. lie merely does business in the House of Commons and lots the country look on. If ho over takes up the Imton, ho will be the quietest conductor of tho orchestra that this nation hns over seen. Sir John Thompson approached hint but, upon occasion^ Sir John would deliver nn oration. Mr. Fielding wilt bo the managing editor of his devoted country if he ever takes her In charge. He learned how to run thing* in a newspaper office,and ho has seen nothing sinoe which makes him think that one can ilu anything Ijottor for a nation than lo "edit" it. It is curious to remind ourselves how the big men have fallen from [about Mr. Fielding and left him master of the situation-so far as the heir-apparent business goes. Mowat Cartwright and Joty were, of course never candidate "heirs." They were the "Early liberal Fathers" who carae Into the Cabinet to give "young Lnurier" their blessing when he started out on hid trying Journey in 1896. Hut a mcmtHsr of the younger Ministers looked then quite ns big as Fielding. Thcro were Davles of Prince Edward Island. Ulntr of Sew Urunswick. 'I'artc of Quebec, Mulock of Ontario, and Sitton ot Manitoba. Not one of them now sits in tho Cabinet, Mulock made tho best race of it; hut ill-honlth trippad him up Bonie time ngo. Meanwhile Fltspatrlck ontored the competition and looked like a possible winner for a while; but he, too, was hampered by uncertain health and retired to tho Sdprcme Court. Thcro is now no one In sight but Fielding-unless ii is Pournssn. The W. C. T. U. TUP! ItAMTUAL DRUNKARD A MSCJHACE TO -THE SALOON) Tho liquor traffic Is the gigantic crime of crimes, that accuses the world to-day. that bllthes homos; Is hostile to tho church, that is peril -Ing the state, that causes crime, puupcrism, anarchy*, municipal misrule. Sabbath desecration and political corruption. Tho liquor traffic can never be legalised wjlhout sin. The saloon keeper for a certain sum ot money Is legalised by the government to make drunkards which he never fails to do. � lu a case in court a saloon keeper lu attempting to shift the blatne, sakl that wives of drunkard* are much to blame. The saloon, he do clarcs does not v-ant tho habitual drunkard, he is a disgrace to the business. Hut when he goes home intoxicated, his wife makes home unpleasant for him by reproaches, he lias no place to go but back to the saloon. The wife should welcome htm and take care of him, then all would tie well. As much as to sny that when the man's presence has become a disgrace to even a saloon, then he should go home to his wife, weary with the ofTort to support her family, whllo her husband spends the money In the saloon that should have been used in the home, should "take care of him!' While he ran pass as a respectable man, he Is welcome In the saloon, but after the saloon has absorbed his manhood, his wife is welcome to the wreck that remains. This gigantic evil, the saloon, with its wido open doors is the greatest curse this county shelters and protects, nhd which the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will con tinue to wage war against until the time of its overthrow. WXAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU SMOKE. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. 1-will3jt>x^x*fXx&&j&tt2MTjry&\lCCe%%C>T% tO OcOf|nr it remarked: "It's only a cold." and a few days tutor learn that the man is on his buck with pneumonia. This is of such common pecurronce that u cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberluin's Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of a cokl to result in pneumonia, and has gained its great popularity and extensive salo by Its prompt euros of this most common ailment. It always cures und is pleasant to take. For salo by All Druggists. Men are so habituated to the outcry against smoking that there are few who do not Ignore it, says Harper's Weekly. Smokers who have some regard for the anxieties of their friends say that they smoke tobacco from which nicotine has Ik-oii eliminated. Tobacco so prepared can be found near at hand, , but few smoke It, becauso the process which eliminates nicotine, if it does' not destroy, materially modifies the Isavor of the smoke. The outcry Is always the same-Nicotine! Rut many other of the principles of to bncco arc ns pernicious as nicotine, nnd when it comes to that t( would would be equally pernicious to smoke rye straw or any other' simple, be cause (for one of several reasons) there Is a continuous production of oxide ot - carbon wherever there is imiK-rfect combustion. The smoker carried in his mouth a little furnace whoso fires are fed with oxide of car I ion; the Tire smoulders under ashes und the smoker fans it by means of vho stem of his pipe or the vent of his cigar or cigarette. Year alter yenr, thv furnaco is in place, burn ing oxide of carbon, and the.smoker is working the bellows with a part of the form of his respiratory or gnus. The composition of tobaceo hoeius us complex. Analysis gives Nicotine, pyridlc gases, formic aide hyde, ammonia, iiutthylnmdn, sul phurottod hysrogen, prussic acid, (butyric acid), carbonic acid, oside of carbon, tho* steam of water, an etherized cmpyroumatic oil, and tarry or resinous products, among which vo detect small quantities of phenol. Of all tho products of tobacco the most venomous aro nicotine, und mclhylninin gases, prussic acid, siilpliuroited hydrogen, oxide of carbon and empyreuinatic oil; and all that we draw into our lungs with mora or less satisfaction. Builders Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail I Lumber Shingles Door* Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts i Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. GEO. E. FOSTER'S POSITION j His (rlcnds against him. A man who cannot accept the verdict of his friends must be hard to convince. Tho Montreal Star, Conservative paper ugives with tho Toronto Globe,which aays of Mr. Foster's explanation, that he juggled too much, he deniod too much, nnd that the fact was established that he profited in privulo speculations- of trust funds. These are thv ugly facts of tho case and they won't down and cannot be explained uway. Tho Ottawa Journal, friendly to Mr. Foster, denies his contention that the fturd.s were not Foresters' funds. Had the mono.\ been lost the Foresters would have lost It. The whole thing Is suiuuiml up in these words:-A man who cannot satisfy or convince his political friends cannot satisfy the people oi Canada. NOT IF AS RICH AS LEU. ROCKEFEU You Know Where Your Money Goes WHEN YOU BUY Knight's of Raymond Sugar If you hud �U the wealth of Rockefeller, the Standard Oil magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The most eminent physic -isn van not prescribe a better preparation for colic nnd diarrhoea, both for children and adults. The uniform succesa of this remedy has shown it i + to bo superior to all others. It nov- j J er fails, and when reduced with water and sweetened, is pleusunt to take. Every family should !� -plied with it. Sold by All l>rug-gists. I u preference to that which is imported from the South See. islands. None purer or sweeter thnn Knight's of Raymond. Then, too, your money goea buck to the Boil. FREE  A Ibeip.- for Kntfniid Toffo. Meu gratu. tip 108 When yon want D RAYING Dono promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE cab livery when you need a CAB To go to the s'utioii or bring friends to your home. S- A. Johnson Successor to C A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. phone 179 While You Wait Shor Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oaaeral Blacksmithlng and Horseanoeiaf. New buggies to order, carriage paint-. lag, all kiads of woodwork in wag-as, wiadsauls, fanning nulla, cr�uin as**re*or*. grain picklars, M�r:�>-aslik seal. LKTHMRIOCB. ALBERTA. IE SURE YOUR NORSE FEEDS WEIL For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on .. Dr. F, W. J. JttatM, Uthbrtdftc Qradueis of Toronto Veterinary Col. ^ left at Biginuotbami Slors. ^ ;