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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta jaai>>ii.ghtia:;'s^.i Accurate Watches Kit Be snre that yonr purchases are mnde ^^here nothing .bnt bigh-fiFade goods are offered, where quality reigns supreme, and still where the price is within tho reuch ' of all. Ours is such a store. Our watches are right. We have theui 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. Mr. HeMlHg Lexter (From the Cahndian Courier.) m farm lands! 50,000 Acres Choice Farm Lands Four miles from Raymond, and five miles from Stirling. Nothing better in Soathern Alberta. Also CITY PROPERTY and acreage adjoining city. Call and investigate. G. c. McDonald Representing British Anaerican Land & Investment Company Conybeare Block Farm Lands, Real Estate and Insurance. Mr. FieMiitg has Veen giving the Commons a sort of 'trial triji" with himself �� Preiniior, so that theyicay know what to expect if lie over comas to suucetd Sir Wilfrid. lti� true thMt he is not the real "acting Pi'em-ior," Sir Itichard Cartwright iholdlng that honor in the Senate; but hehas hten the active Premier while Sir IVichard has been the passive. Mr. Fielding bids fair to found a new school in Canadian politics. Ho is not In the least like Sir Wilfrid or Sir Charles Tupper or Sir John ^tnc-donnldorany of the grent roc-n in the past. He docs not "address Ihu country" in stately fashion. He incruly does business in the House of Commons and lets the country look on. If lie ever takes up the l��ton, he will be the quietest conductor of the orchestra that this nation has over seen. Sir John Thompson |||>-proached hin* but, upon occasioif)^" Sir. Fielding will be the managing editor of his dovotetl country if he ever takes her in charge. He Icarncil how to run thing* in a newspaper offlccand ho has seen nothing since which makes him think that one can (lu anything,better for a nation than to "edit" it. It is curious to remind ourselves how the big men have fallen from about Mr. Fielding and left him muster of the situation-so far as the heir-apparent business goes. Mowat Cart Wright and Joly were, of course never candidate "heirs." They were the "Karly liberal Fathers" who caiQc into the Cabinet to give "young Laurier" their bleaaing when he started out on his trying journey in 1896. But a member of the younger Ministers looked then quite as big as Fielding. There were Davics of Prince Edward Island. Blair of Xew Brunswiick. Tarte of Quebec, Muiock of Ontario, and Sifton of Manitoba- -Not one of them now sits in the Csbinet. Muiock nmde the best race of it; but ill-health tripp�d him up some time ago. Meanwhile Fitspatrick entered the competition and looked like a possible winner for a while; but he, too, was hampci-ed by uncertain health and retired lo the Sdprentc Court. There is now no one in sight but Fielding-unless it is Bourassa. The W. C. T. U. THK IMAITUAL imUNKARD A rt SUB ACE TO THE SALOON? The liquor traffic is the gigaDtic criiiio of crimes, that accuses the world to-day. that" blithcs homes; is hostile to the church, that is peril -ing the state, that causes crini�, puur^erism, anarch^, municipal misrule. Sabbath dcaoicration and political curnipiion. 'The liquor traffic can never In a cane in court a saloon keeper in attempting to shift the blaflov, said that wiixis of drunkards are much to blamre. The saloon, he de clarbs doc.? not v^iit the h�bitual drunkard, he is a 'disgrace to the business. But when he goes home into.xicatcd. liis wife makes home unpleasant for him by reproaches, he Sir John would deliver an oration.'*'** " P'�e� 8� l"** �>�ck the saloon. The wife shouhl welcome him and take care of him. then all would be well. As much as to soy that whea the man's preaence has become a disgrace lo even a saloon, then he should go homo to his wife, weory with the effort to support her family, while her husband spemis the money in the saloon that should huvc been used in the home, should "take care of him?" While he can pass as a respectable man, he is welcome ih the saloon, but after the tmloon has abaorbed his manhood, his wife is welcome to the wreck that remains. This gigantic evil, the saloon, with its wide open doors is the greatest curse this county shelters and which the Wofnan's Christian Temi(>erancc Union will con tinue to wage war against until the time of its overthrow. WNAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU SMOKE. Rogers -Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. =Sucee��ort to 0�or|C Kog�rt" { You will he building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB- li Hot "Water System ^ We are prepared to give you right prices and the hut of ^ material. We make a specialty of this work and you are # sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. : Hich Ca WaKely I ' The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. SCIATICA CUIIBD AFTEB TWENTY YBAKS OF TORTUHE. For more than twenty years Mr. J. B. Masaey of 3833 Clinton St., Minneapolis, was tortured by sciatica. The paia aitd suHering which hc' endured during this time is' beyond comprehension. Nothing gave him any permanent relief until he uMd Charaberlain's Pain Balm. One applieatioa of that linftnent relieved the pain and moide sleep and rest possible, and less iban one bottle has effected apermanent cure. If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a as-ceht bottle of Pain IMm and see for yourself faow quickly it ralievss the pain. For sale by All Druggists. Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and have tkat old plumbing torn out and cleaa, healthy, sanitary plumbing put through your house aiNl avoid ia-fectioua diseases, fevers acd many of the diseases that corns from toad sanitation aod plumbing. We are ready t� undertake any work of tills OescriptioD, which we do ia a skillful and scienrtiflc mannsr. C. W. GRAY r m If you wish draying or m�ring of any kind done, call on ns. We bava the &in(est and 4)est equipped oartaga :.l9nsinesB in tha city, with thoroughly experienefld man in ahargw. All work promptly attanded to. � Hay andOatt of thabaat grade tor lala. Goal daUverad to all-lparta of the city on short aettea. ; ff(sttrn WarelioDse & Transfer Co., Ltd. 1; OAm-lint dobr aontli of 0|im� Boum. Phone 6S. ft I i I f �t� i��m� m4 0 0 8 9 8 > 0 � � 0� �� te:(.:Ai4c ' ................ J. Quirk purchased 100 head of horses from Cooper k. Shaw, of Nan-ton, this week. They were wintered at the latter's ranch at Sheep Creek,, west of Okotoks. IT IS DANOEBOUS TO NEGLECT A COLD. How often do we hear it remarked: "It's only a cold," and a few days lotor learn that the man is on his back with pneuinooia. This is of such common pccurrenoe that a cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and has gained its great popularity and e.xtensive sale by tts prompt cures of this most common ailment. It always cures and is-pleasant to take. For sale by All Druggists. Builders' Stipplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail | -J Lumber Shingles Doors Windows I Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23. LethbrJdge^ Alta. GEO. E. FOSTERS POSITION Men arc so habituated to the outcry against smoking that there are fow who do not ignore it, says Harper's Weekly. Smokers who haA^e some regard for the unxietics of titeir friends say that they smoke tobacco from which nicotine has l>cen eliminated. Tobacco so prepared can be found near at hand, , but few smoke it, because the process which eliminates nicotine, if it does not destroy, materially modifies the savor of the smoke. The outcry is nlwa.vs the snme^Nlcotine! But many other of the principles of tobacco ^ areas pernicious as nicotine, and-when it conwis to that would would be equally pernicious to smoke rye straw or any other' simple, because (for ^pne of 8e\-eral reasons) there is a tontlmious produetioa of oxide of' carbon wherever there la imperfect combustion. The smoker carriod in hifi mouth a little furnace whose fires are fed with oside Of carbon; the fire smbuMers under ashes and the smoker fans it by asaas of he stem of his pijpe or the vent of his cigar or cigarette. Year after year, the furnace-is in plaoe, bum -ing oxide of carbon, and the.smoker is working the bellows wHh a part of the forte of Kis respiratory or-gnus. The composition of tobacco seems as complex. Analysis givci; Nicotine, pyridic gases, formic aider hyde, ammonia, meth)iamin, sul  t>hurcttcd liysrogen, prussie acid, (butyric acid), oarbonic acid, oxide of carbon, the^steam of watar, an etherized einftyreumatic oil. and tarry or resinous products, amoaf which vo detect smaH quantities of phenol. Of all the products of tobacco the most venomous are nicotine, and mcthylamin gases, prussie acid, sulphuretted hydrogen, oxide of car-l>on and empyreutetie oil; and all that we draw into our luact with vf-oTQ or less saiisfactibn. His friends against him. A man who cannot accept the verdict of his friends must be hard to convince. The Montreal Star, Conservative paper agrt-es with the Toronto Olobe,which says of Mr. Foster's explanation, that he juggled too much, hc denied too much, and that the fact was established that he profited in private speculations - of tni.st funds. These are the ugly - facts of the case nitil they won't down and cannot be explained away. The Ottawa Journal, friendly to Mr. Foster, denies bis contention that the fujKls were not Foresters' funds. Had the money been lost the Foresters would have lost it. The whole thing is suinuioci up in these words:-A man who cannot satisfy or convince his political friends cannot satisfy the people of Canada. You Know Your Money WHEN YOU BUY NOT IP AS RICH AS ROCKEFELLER. If you had all the wealth of Rock-ainior, the Standard Oil magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Cbamber-lala's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea. lUoiedy. ilie most eminent physic -is� can aot iircscribe a better preparation tor colic and diarrhoea, both for children and adults. The uniform I success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to sll others. It never fails, and wlien reduced with water and sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every family should Im> sup -plied with it. Sold by All Drug-Igists. -�  Rev. T. Ferrier,>pf Brandon, su|)er-iiitendent of the Indian educational work of the Methodi.'Jt church in Canada, is in Red Deer transferring the Indian industrial school to the cbarg-c of. Rev. A. Warner, of Alix, the now principal. The big mill at Prince Albert will cominenco sawing this week. During the summer 600 men will be ein -plpy�Kl. Knight's of Rfiymond Sugaf in preference to that which is imported from the Sotith Sea Islands. None purer or sweeter than Knight's of Bay: nioud. Then, too, your money goea back to the soil. ' ��#�  making New Kngland ToHm. Mention yonr grorarV sane and Dspt. IIS, and writ*......... KNIGHrS SUGAR FAaORY RAYMOND, - ALTA. The Innistail Free Lance makes the following admirable editorial comment: "A few days ago when some ranchers were shipping steers from this point a clerk in one^ of Innis -fail's leading stores sold $100 worth of shelf goods.to onetnwn. This fact is stated to draw attention to the value of the trade done with farmers and ranchers. It is worth while to consider what, class of, people are contributing to the upbuilding of the town. I'he rancher with bis horses and fat steers; the dairyman with his monthly nUlk cheque; the. shepherd withjiis fat sheep and jicarly clip of wool; the swineherd with Mq>riine (at bacons; the poultry man with his fat fowls aodwellftltod egg baskets, are the men to whom our merchants are always willingv.to eztsnd the welcome, hand and the friendly smile. These are the men the products of whose skill and labor go to build up the varied industries, of the towns and cities M Alberta." Minard's Liniment Co.. lamited. iM-as very sick with quinsy and thought I would strangle. I used MINARD'S LINIMENT and it cured ino at oncf. I am never without it now. Yours gratefully, MRS, C. D. PRINCE, Nauwigewauk, Oct. aist MINAnD'S UNIireNT U8BD PHYBIOIAKV, BY BUkNS COAL QR V/OOD The Sunihifte 48 a gopd, "all roiind''>urnaoe. Burps, witbcqual f.tcilitV, either coal or wop^" Coke, too, if you prefer it Aiidio perfect is the combustion of the Sunshine that it extnicfi every unit of heat from the fua VVha's left nihcash-pan 14 n't worth, sifi ng.  r Sunbhineeonsufflet lest fuel too. Cei^^ause iu perfect systtm bf GOA^L QR dampers prevent the escape of the. hot air up the chmney-cpiiipeh itto.conoeoutthroug'i the registers. You pay for heating the inside- not the outside-of your liou.se when you buy tlie Sunshine. If your local dcakr does not handle, this most econnniical furnace write direct to us for Fatit BooKiTT. lioMDON. TOMwra monucm. wviNirfG, Vancouver. si.m\ BRODIB & STAFFORD, Sole Agents New Effects in| Cut Glass Our recent importations include nn assortment of Eng> lish Rook Crystal, quite different from that here-to> fore shown. The OrtDtal llarlf I* buvlrr ami tbe cutlllua dK#per Ihiu ihaiof >t))er yeiir�-tba tffocll* even more pleiktbg Tt differ* from "Blrkt* Out Ulanii" in tbat It Sepend* mot* upon It* artistic xn'ttj af gratb. Rins dp 108 When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfautorily. JOHN BRODIE gab livery when you need a To go to the B^ntion or bring frienda to your home, S. A. Johnson Snoiceaior to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. phone 179 While You Wait Sho*. Repair Shop. Mod's shoes soled and heeled in SO minutes. Price $1.00. oerman West of BentleyCo. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oswral BlacksaitklBv and HlonMuMiac. Mew bufffisa to ordsr, oarriags paint-. iSMl. all klads of woodwork ia wag-aa, wiaiBsUla, faaatoc tfUlls. cr�aia MpawKow. craia picklsrs. Ua-.^ .�M�: asal.. LBTHBRieOB. ALMKTA. MSMEYOUIIIOKEFCasmL For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on .. � Ir. F. W. J. MmlM. Ldkbridlf catfuafts of Toronto Vaterinary. Oul. left at mirlabothamis Store. ;