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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta QUALITY ALONE Docs not make a good article. Tlie design may be perfect and yet the Workmanship be so poor its to spoil tho artistic effect. Tho three Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played n very im- SDrtnnt part in our terling Silver Spoons. The manufacturers are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS ARE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Wm. C Liphardt DR. P. W. TULLER f-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDQE Jfflce-Over Ott'� lUrbet Shop. RAMBLING REVERIES uy a dreamer, a good book and ci good woman London utuuunv case. j Witness Swears Collin*. Told Him lie I Was Offered *3000 by Tories. Horn*-Miooio l'.':iHi-noon: a:uoiolM0i nw ,,X(.ci|cnt things for Uioho why p, m ; 7:00 to 8:30 p. in. i Office Night Hell aiitl Tcl)f both from the beauty of their covering. -O- Tho quotution: "You have fiowei's for me scatter them In iny pathway wltllu 1 live that 1 may,enjoy their beauty end Inhale their fragrance," cantata* a beautiful sentiment, and certain it is that we are apt to forget tho living, and keep our ulfcctlon pent up to bo poured out only, it Wr death. For thorn that have j.i.ue we can do nothing, but lor. C.e "lv ing we can do much. Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phyilcitnt Surtfont, Acceuchcn Office-Kedpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 0 a.m., 2-H p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays- -2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F. H. Mkwiu'rn M. D. C. M. W.S.Gawibaitii M. D. C. M. T. E. Patteson OTT M,OOK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the tast companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for salo for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. Ask your ticket agent for tickets ^via the Wisconsin Central Ry. --To-- Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143 DR. B. JACKSON DKNTIST Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago. Officc-Ott Block. CMAMGBIN IL I CAIINET. Drs. McClure & Stcwurt surgeon dentibth Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars,!--- Dining cars. ; ...... For full information address H..T. A. W. MC V\tt\B Borgeniann, travelling agent, 371 Robert st., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jus Girls, don't flirt and got acquaint cd with young men your parents know nothing about. Do not *H. In the parlor making wonted dogs and all such trash, while your dear mother, goes trotting around the house all da)' with the help of one girl to . tho work of six, and going with n shabhy old hat and cloak that you girls may wear silk dresses, etc. Oh, girls! When those busy hands r,ns folded quietly over that loving heart that has ceased to beat, your hearts will ache and you will think if .mother would only come Imck she would bo loved and lotted ns never hefor?. Now while you have her Just try it on her; Just run up and kiss her and tell her to put on her things und take a walk In tho sweet morning air; that you wilt keep house, ami see if she would look up nnd smile. Try it, girls I ! If every child could tte properly instructed intellectually, morally and j religiously, a very few Feneration* i would suffice to bring about the mil-' leimitim, and if the foundations of a ' lite-long cheerfulness could be at (he 1 same lime laid, by affording to n'.l children full opportunities for innocent enjoyment, what n merry millennium it would be. That tieing out of the question, let us do the best we con. Away with the trilv of hum bugs who pi|t children into straight iackels-who would cram them in school ard make automats of Uwm out oi it. Teach tlw children win-ningly. Make knowledge nttractiv,. to them; lot them frolic untvstram idly. Toronto, Oct. 2f>.-Th.>ro was ten-national evidence In the London run* .xplracy case yesterday when Kk-harl S. Drown a respectable t oven in he Koofenay Steel Range is ventilated London-Toronro- Montreal JfVjnnipe^-Vancouver ^Sr.JchaN BROD1E & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS , THAT HOY. Dominion Land Surveyor His name Is Kit Solomon. There are many things that hrt does not i ..... , a t timn durinn I know, llememlior thut he is only m C. Pond, general passenger agent,, wm devote,hij^'"^SJju.y. Vou was a child ,,ce. c,n to Milwaukee. Wis. the tunincr ^ OT, ,,in,t whul you thought and how Vo,i ____.(to^nsites. ^SSi/' felt. Cive that boy a chance. Keep - *1 ; near to him in sympathy, lio nib Offico at the Coaldnlo Hotel.; ehum. Do not make too many WM. SHAW Lethbridgc. Painter, Paper* llnnccr, Decorator, agent for Empjro Wull Papers, from! 6c. a roll hp- Rest of work gun ran Iced. Residence-First house east of Court House, on llnrotaess Road. Lethbridgc, Lodge 3So. 2. !l*O.0Q�>O.F. ( Mnu In Odd renown' Halt every Frldt* cTcDtuc at '.w o'clock. VtaltlnK bretttrcn art : alwajf* welcome. 1 W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, M.O. Hec. a�c WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 I Meets In Oddfellows' Hall e cry second and I foiirili Ttiurndajr. VUHors alwa;� welcomr. I Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Daviee N. 0. lire. Sec. McAdoo & Van Horn Cartag'e Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cosh must accompany all coal ordors Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliablo Yard North of Freight Shed Widest ho ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices Pernio, Oct. 2i.-W. M, plcken, former president of Penile local, has issued the following reply to the statement sent but yesterday by the union: # "Dear Sir,-I notice a report put in by the press committee- of the Pernio Miners' Union dealing �-ith certain charges made by mis. First let me say that that. comntft.tee did not deal �-ith any charges that.1 had made, but with the charge made by president Sherman,1 charging nv with breaking my obligation as a ntemticr of the lf.M.W/of A*. Therefore if your Naders read tho findings of that committee they And any false charges made'. I waa never questioned upon ' any false charge made in my letter; only to answer the charge made against me and ) challenge any committee or committees to prove that I made any 'nlse statements and (o take a bal  lot of the whole of the mlnera employed at. Coal Creek V'hother there was anything false In my letter er not. The only thlr.g they have ug ninst mo In reference to my actbn is putting it in the press, and I question if it is constitutional or riot in suspending me at all. At the meotiug when the charge was made against mo the truth of my state  inentK was never questioned as the imtlority of the mer.' present know thut they were correct.' The report never mentions anything that Is false nor where f haw broken any obligations and If they desire I can I'piil all that I h.ive already said nnd take a ballot on the truth of my letter as a whole and not ir. purt. REALLY OOINO OUT OP NESS. UUSI- Mormon Church Sells Its Bank and Railway Holdings." -O- Salt Lake, Utah, Oct. 2ft.-Reports that the Mormon church as ah or-gantnitionls to retire from' commcr  vial business were further verified today when It wtui officially announcei that the Utah National Jbank has been sold to Mi. S. McCormick. The bank's Stock was largely owned by the church. In the last four: months the Mormon church has disposed of Its holdings in the Utah Light � Railway ee'rottany, which controls the principal pulrttc utlhVties in Salt IaV* City, its Los Angeles and Salt Lak that all that is best in life should it diffused. Thorn should lie kindne*-*. forlxHiruntv. gentle mar.m�rs nnd Ii.t-itng forethought. Not to strunfers. \ imt to the near and doar ones should the treasures'of lifo bo distributed Then when one goes out into t'w vorld he is his own natural self. When he does a noblo deed, or givj* to others an elevating thought, hf but gives expression to a nature en-1 Winnipeg. Oct. 23.-Th� C.P.B- I" richetl by the cultivation of th.� pun' taking decisive steps to pi�vent and good and true. ] fiCUi1jing of farm laborers* tlelrs/ts Depend uponU that there is habit i,in offence which it* prevalent not in manners as well as in tastes ami j t|,al .sistern laborers are returniuj morals. One car.not l.c a boor at hU nfUr tne harvest excun*ior.a. Today own flresUk) and a gentleman at l i* , w Q( Weyburn Sask., we� neighbor's- '�� ����"� 1 - - - A STAUNCH LIBERAL. Quebec, Oct. 23.-Lorenzo Robl tatlic, the newly elected member for the province of Quebec, called on-Lo Holed yesterday and made the fol lowing declaration: "I presented my self us a liberal and will giw loyal support to Sir Wilfrid Laurler. re serving, however, intleiiendeoce any case wtiere the gox-crnnu-nt would propose any unjust measure. charitable One cannot be a tender. nor- a wind, Brass Instruments,yiionis and that is not sjiuch tx-tter than no land Choir Directing, Physical CUI- Kindness at allV Tho fuel in tht* i ture aw\ dramatic Art. , stove makes tho room warm. but Soecial inducements to Mundo-( there are piles of falling .trees lying 'lilt Banjo, and Guitar students i unlocks and on top of hill where no-wb'o enter before Nov. 1st, 1906. BRYAN POli HEARST. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. S3-William J. Bryan tonight, when asked for an expression on the political, situation in New York, is quoted as saying: "I urn for Hearst. I think he is making a brave fight and .1 hope ha will win. I am not familiar with the details of the local situation ta New York and don't cant to discuss the politics of that state at any length." C. P. R. AFTER SCALPERS. i charged before a magistrate wl�h abroad If she is a snarling nueVidous1 nilvl"K ""'��' * *** ,u r,*lou'', Oni.. and being, found fid ' ty was f 70 and costs. SKIXH MOKE t�F C|IAMUEd LAIN'H COUOli REMEDY THA ' ,or Chamber Horner & Hutchison -in nfinnnnnnnnnnn1 Rev. Poter Henderson of Montreal, has lwen inducted ns pastor of the Claresholtn Prcsbj-tetlan church. Ms New Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. \V. II. Mannix, of Okotoks. Alia., a nephew^ of Archdeacon McCarthy oi Cork, Ireland, who died rec.ntly. itas fallen lioir to $100,000 from tho estate, Iieing tho oldest living relative of deceased, who died two years ago. j anybody warm. >\iu might freeze Ui ! ! death for want of wood in plainMight 1 of th'iso fallen trees if you had no {moans of getting tho wood hoinn and iiiuikii.g a fire of it. .lust so In a fanftl.v; love is what makes parent* and children, the brothers and sisters happy. Hut if they take care never to say a word about it, if they K�p it a profound secret as if it wen a crime, they will not he much huppior than if there was not any lovoamong them; the hotise will seem cold even in summer, and if you liveithciv yo-i will .envy the dog when you call him poor fellow. Iain's Cough Remedy ever since It was introduced into Caiada," and I sell as much of it as I do of ' aU other lines I havs on my she)ve� put together. Ofthe many dozwiiu sold under guarantee, I buvts not had -*>e bottle returned. I can l��rsonally re comnKtnd this modioine as T have ��� cd it myself and given it to '->' children and always with tho lei-.t results. Sold by all druggists. �^�JHaf'js'y The Central Hardware Store for Yours IF YOU WANT Stoves of Any Description �Jt Cooking Stoves $7.60 and up Heating Stoves* - All Prices GOLFING SUPPLIES CARRIED IN STOCK w# G. L. VROOMAN * �r,. MI�e)l^es1MC�MJMC�Mj|tf>Ma^^ LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE BKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention 4 NEW SCHOOL DISTRICTS. -O- Sections 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 14, 15, 10 17. 18, 10. SO, SI. 32, S3. 38. SO and 30 in township 11, range '22 west of the fourth meridian, have ra*en erected into a school district under toe name of the Kvho School district No. 1558 of the North W..*st Territories. Senior Trustee, P. George, Lethbridge. Sections.35, 30, 37. 33, 81, 35 nnd 30 in township 11, range |33; and sections 1, 3, 3, 4, 9, 10, II. : nd 12 in township 13, range SS, w�st of the fourth meridian, have been erected into a school district uuter the name of The Albion School District. No. 1353 of the North Weat Territories. Senior Trustees Alfred Welsh Lsthbrldgv. TRY WM. OLIVER il ----FOR- ! ' i EverytbJaf required in the construction of a Building, ] \"" Umber and all kinds of Mill Work | Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. j  Help to build up Lethbridge ana n local industry by patronizing Telephone 153 ! 4*%m*$>****'$*&?>*> ##4# | The lost Exacting Standards CROUP. A reliable medicine and mo that should always be kept in the h uno for Immediate use' is Chamtur-a'.ft'a Cough Remedy. It will prevent th� attack if given as soon as the ch.l. become* hoarse, or even aft r the croupy cough appears.'For sale by all druggist's. Of criticui prevail, and only unequalcd quality finds � favor! wish us.--------- ------------- All kinds of fresh and meats, three times a week.------ Fresh fish P. Burns & Co., Ltd. -Telephone ill-- Messrs. .John Henderson of the Kin* Edward Hotel and Geo. Norton, the well known cigar wan. have purchan-�d the new hotel .at Pinctyer Station. 57 CONDUCTORS' DISCHARGED Montreal, Oct. 30.-U is reported that fifty-seven conductors onfthe O. T. R. have been discharged, a>'a result of the work of four Special ! de-teetiwa, two men and two ' women; It Is stated that one man nr�4r *ts worth irOO.OOO. The' eomluctors deny any'knowledge of wrong doing and will a|ipearto toe union'; to take jp the tjaae. * -- EXPERIMENTAL FRUIT FARM. Wetaskiwin. Oct. 20.-The provln -rial d'epartineht of agriculture " at Edmonton has decided to establtsh an experimental fruit farm at We taskiwin. The site is to be only an acre for the present. Mr. Roaenrolf. VP IV. states that Wm. Pjgayingt, proprietor of the market garden and greenhouaes on M. Therouit's o'd place in the western part of tho city will probably bo put la charge of it. Preventics, as the name implies prevent ail Colds and tirippo when "taken at the sneezo stage." Si Id by J. D. Iliginjliatham * Co. A. 1EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS. AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES, ROWS, WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIUABS IN A NEW STAND M Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Soutborn Alberta, inrinnnnrvjni-i' 09 ;