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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta  'O-'n QQALITY ALGNB Does not niuke a boocI article. The design may be perfect ami yet the . workmanship be so poor as tn spoil thid artistic effect. The three Quality, DcsifA. Exeel-lent Workmaathip Hove played a very im- g^rtant part in pur terling Silver Spoons. The manufacturers are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the coutinetit. SPOONS ARE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have onr unconditional guarantee Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler Optician T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Kcftl Estate, Insaranec �nd Committioin Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern DwIbI-lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. . ^ Full particulars on application. Ask your ticket agent for tickets ivia the Wisconsin CcntraJ Ry. --To- Milwaukee. Ckicaco. and All Pointa East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J. Bergemann, travelling agent, 871 RoMrt St., St. Paul. Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passeiiger agent, Milwaukee. Wis. WM. SHAW Fainter, Paper' Haai;or, Diecorator, agent (or Emp^ve Wall Papers, from fie. a roll HP- Best of work gun ran feed. neaidenc�-First houM east Court House, oa DaroBcss Road. or McAdoo & Van Horn Carta|(e Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 or, p. w, tuller PHYSICIAN AND SURQCOM LETHBRIDQE Jfflce-Orer Oit'* Barber Shop. tl�ai!i--ll:00 (o 12:00 noon; H;o*i io !*:Ofc p. ai ; 7:00 to 8:30 p. ui. Office NiKbiKell aiiU Tele^iinne W. V. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFriCE, - - SOL'TlliWJU Itl.OC^K Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property DR. G. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURaSON OSea-Over Hig.lika'bam'a Drag Store 'PHOKC Office 12S HouBS 94 Drs. Mewbum & Galbraith PhyiiciaiM Surftoni, Accotichcn Office-Redpnth St. cor. Bnidett. Hours-Beforb 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m, 8undays-2.30 to 3.31) p. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F.H.Mewdcrn W.S.Galbbaith M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicain). Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClure & Stewart 8UROEOK.DENTISTS Office-Ji D. Higinbotham's new bloc^. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Sui)erintendent RAYMOND . - ALBERTA A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Sur\'oyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsitcs. Contract pi ices m> application. Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridgc. Lcthbridge. Lodge No. 2. I.O./aCDCNO.F. Meets In Oddfellow*' HaU every Frldiy eTenloc at oclock. VIMUiik brcthien are always welcome. W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, M. O. Bee. sec WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meetiiln Cddfellowa' Itall e ery second and fourth Thursday. Visitors always welcome. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Daviee M. G. Kcc. Ser. George Rogers LUMBER Tlie Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest ho ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices -YARDS AT- LErHBUDGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyiagElsewhere. 1 WARM a FUR COAT For Yourself a BLANKET For your Horse N'OW 18 THE TIME TO BUY--- Homer & Hutchison LETHBRIDGB GoDsemtory of Music J. GEq._^HABPEB, Director Rev, V�ier IHondcrson of Montreal, haB boon ititluotcd as pa�tor of ihu ClaivHholni Prcs);>.>-tcilau church. DEPARTMENTS Vocal, Violin, Piano Theory, Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Woodwind, Brass Instruments, Chorus and Choir Directing, Physical Cui-ture and dramatic Art. Special inducements to Mandolin, Banjo, and Guitar students who enter before Nov. Ist, 1906. Stodios over TdITs New Stori. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. RAMBUW REVERIES BY A tiHEAUER. A goott book, una ti Kootl woiixan are fsocllcnt Ihings for those wh-j know how to uppivciutc thoir vjvluo. There are tiwjii, JiowoVer, who Judge .)� iHTth from the be.iuty of the'"" covering. - The .qu�tiilion: "You have flo�e;"� for iwB scatter thcmin my p�t|ivn.y while 1 live that 1 may.enjoy ths-r iKsawty and Inhale their (ni�raace.' contaiaa a beautiful sentiment, and certain U In tbat we are apt to forgot the living, and keep our d(i:e attracliv,, to them; lot them frolic unrestrain cdly. THAT liOY. Ilis naino is rot Solomon. There are many things that hfl does not knov. nomcmlwr that ho is only ii boy. You was a child once. Call to mind what you thought iind how von . felt. Give that boy a chance. Keep j wear to him in SMnpathy. Be hia chum. Do not make too many cast iron laws. Itule with a velvet hand. Help hint with a "gooti tinio." A.i swer his foolish questions. Be pat  icnt with that all that is Iwst in Kfo shoul 11� diffused. There ^should be kindiies.!. forbearance, gentle ntarners and loving forethought. Ngrt to strancers. but to the near and dear ones alinuid the treasures'of life tM disitributed Then when one goes out into t�i�� vorld he is his own natural self. When he does a noble deotl. or givuti to others an elevating thought, be but gives expression to a ttt'itura enriched by the cultivation of ths pur� and good and true. Bepond upon It that there is habit in manners as well as in tastes and morals. One car.not he a boor at hi* own fireskic and a gentleman at lii.s neighbor's. One cannot be a tender, charitable, sympathetic woman abroad if she is a shdrliitg querulous creatura in her own hoine. UOSUOS URlttKBY CASE. Witness Swears Collins; Told Bim tie Was Offered MOOO by Tories. -O- : ' Toronto, Oct; 35.-Th.>rq was icn-h-ntional evidence in the London ruh-spiracy cose yesterday whfU Richard 8. Ilrown a rcspectaible lx>ndon mur-chant. who saya he has no po.Hi'is. declared that Jerry C'ollini� tqld him of getting an offer of $3000 from the-conservative .party to go owor to its sMe'and ,thre�tened to hand owr his books and incrinttinatiag evidnice, which he. has since done.' He also told Drown he thought he couM get $3500 front the Tories though tlis offer was only tSOOO. .Terry Collins told Mm all this iu his ittore when he had takn refuie from the'niiB. Collins' (anai'ly at the time wanted cmtit from Bro�ni. and still owes mqiiey there. The con**er-sortipn was intpreiiting to Mm bOr causa of. his desire to knoW CoUin*' prospects of ipetting .9>aey. Collins said he had tihis qfler^ troin^ Che Cot-semttives if the tberals did' not trwst MtB right. Claims C^harges Made byJHim Were K'ot'Investigated. Femio, Oct. 84 .-W. K. .Dlckcn. foniier president of Fcrn'e Ideal, has issued the foUpwing reiply to the statement sent but j-^erdhsy by the union: , . . ; "Dear Sir.-I notice a refjort put In by the prBtis comraittee:; ol ttie .(>rnie MlMni' t7nicm:'�ui^ ,wit^ MriMn.cllargM niade by ne. First iei'vae'-m^'jam^^ 'did nq|t d^i''''iHth'',any /ctrnq^'thati.! hod made, but with t|>e' c,lM^ri|s to prow; tlMit^ 1 .msi^ any false Ntat*mentii at�lih|er'^t^ was anj-thing false ip.iny let,ter or not. The oiily thtr.g they b(i tigr ainst me in rcterenwn?^^^ is putting it in tliB ipress.^and I question if it is couH'kuitioiial or not in suspending me mt At the mcoting when the chaij^e was "iqii^ against inc the truth of niy state-�ncnts Was never questioned as the ma iority of the merj pfeiont know that they nore corrcct.f The report never mentions any thine; that Is fiilsie nor where 1 hayo firofccn any obligations and If'they desire .1 cttn eP'^at all 'that I havcialre�dy said and take a baltcH on the truth of my letter as a whole and not Ik part. AsoouDoeweat Made by the Pr.�i-' dent-ElIective on Jan. 'l. Washington, Oct. 33.-The follow-ir.g announcenbnt regarding changes iB'Ftwiidetet I{oose*^lt.'s cabinet, wan inadt public at the White House to-niti^: Ob the i�tii�mmt oi Bi^cnit-ary Shaw and Attorney Ovaeral Miiody, from'the oabluat the follsw-^.ng cjtoBjgM' will' te iusde: Socnetary of the' irNtsury, Hon. tieo. B. Cor-teljroti; 1 post nsster ipneral. Hon. Oeo. VoB if. lUkj^et; attorneyrifeiJlBml Hob. J. 'BoaiMiart^ tiavy, Hob. yictor U l|tot-ear, therefore, .If r. Boiwpartc, who is now secnetaiy df the .navy. w,;il succeed Mbbdy as attorney-ffcncral, and M wiil be in turn sueccoded: by Mr. liietcalf. the secretary of coomerea arid labor, the latter's phice twiag Ailed by Mr. StrauM, Mr. Oortei-you now potrtmaster ffeaeral, will take Socivtary Sliaw's place oi: ftarch 4. iat which time, Mr. Uoyvr will become postmaster geaopai: " ' ' � ; � REAIXY noiNO OUT OF BU8I-NGS8. Mormon Church Sella Its Hank and Railway Holdings.'' Salt Lake. Utah, Oct, 8fS.-Itepprts that the''Mormbii diUrch wi aia or-j^hissitioats'tb'retire tt'oni\c6iamir '�� ciat'business were further i-eridcd io-di^ When It' waS o^iitily amiouhce'i! iuit khe Utah '!�%i6nai iNU^k iiiu t^ sold to W: s: lCniick." hftiik'a "Stock was' l�%ieiy owned, by tfw ihurch. ^Ih' tbe'llsf;four''nw^^^^ tW Menhon cJiuiirch'iiM of "its. liohHBKs-^ia-'tlis' 'i|Jtih''li|iit''' - Jk, Railway MinpiByrwMeh ciblr^^ls the r^Bcipil pSbHc lltilMWtB'is^ City, iU t4>s Angeles and Sati^^lte railrosdV' %mh':it#-1ri^'pa^lipB':'at' SMtair, Mitf' its' l^lkaii' n^''jKoi�st dgdiiii sTRifCisiiGrrtFj). YVie tTarpentcr'a Strike at Calgai^ Ifas Been iKt^Wd: (Sgd.) "W. M. PICKEX." RKPLACES >RESTOJf. (Hfawtt, Oct. 2a.-J. Itruce Walktr has been appointed to t�ike i-h* ve the Canadian govcrrimciit i!am'ii..v tion sor\-ice in Londbni' replacing �V T. R. Preston, who has tindertaken a commercial mission to the fiiir okon, and that is not ipuch hotter than no kindnoss at all?' The fuel in the stove makes the room warm, but there arc piles of falling,/trees lying on rocks and on top of hill where nobody can get them; these do notmak>; anylMdy warm. >\>u niilght tnretH to death for want of wood in plainMighl of thQNc fallen trees ii you had iio means of getting the u-ood hoinu atttt nt^kii.g a fire of it. .liist so in a I'ainfly; love is what makes parents and children, the brothers and sistei^s happy, ilttt if they take carf never to say a word about it, if they k tcp it a prdfou'ttd secret as if "U .W^'P  crime, they will not hie ipuch,httP,p% than if there was not ony lovoamong them; the houSe will seeing eohil even in suminer, and if you live tthprayo'i will .envy the dog when you call him poor (allow. p. R. AFTER SCALBEIIS. Winnipeg. Oct. 23.-TIM C.P.R. is taking decisive iHeps 'to' pMviSBt Ncal]J(ng of farm laboran* :iich|ts, an ofl'encc which is preval' unjust measure. ->' ' ' NEW SCHpoti DISTRICTS. Sections 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 10 171 1^, 19. 20. 31, 32. 38. 38, 39 and SO in township 11, range 33 west of tlvB fourth meridian, have M�n eriected into a scltool district VinJier the nanxs of the Kvhp Slehpul district No. 1558 of the :?prth W..-��, Territoriics. Senior Trustee. P. �3eor|re|' Lethbridpte. 8��tioBS,9.V iSie; 97, 38. 8i, 35 and 86, in. township 11^ range |23: and sections Ir 2. 8, ,4. 9, 10, Jl. .� nd ii in towiuhip 13. range 22. wost of the fourth meridian. ha\t> b�!n erected, into a school distrjet. wider the asm Albion School i�ia- tii^ct; No. 1568 of the Nprl^h West Territories. Senior trust�es AUrpd Welsh i�ti>^ridge. CRI A reliable nedicinc. and^ 3Be that riipuld always be ks.^. in bhe h ime fo'ir immediate uSe' iii Chaml!.ir'4ln's Cough Remsdy. It will ^prevent tb� aUack if giiti ai s^ M thech.l. becomes hparse, or �vp aft .-r, the crbupy te'ugh-'ippiWii;-' tiir, �.'�* by' ali idniffgiif^: 57 CONDU �elf that I am up-t(Mhite. The cleaneti and brightest shop in Sogthom Alberta; GBO. HOU ;