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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I Oor SilT^rnre CoDUDUidsAtteDtioD BccattM of 1st Itfl ariistic desigusr 2nd Etcellent workmanship 3rd First class quality. 4tb the tffioe at which it is sold Something to remember is that we carry only The Best Goodt ffom The Best Makers The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler Optician T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK K�ai Estate, laturanM aad Coounissioa Agcat Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via the Wisconsin CcnttaJ Ry. -To- MUwAttkcc. Chicago, ana All Points East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. Dining cars. For full information address H. J. fiergemann, travelling agent, 371 RoMrt St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general ixtssenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. WM. SHAW Painter, Paper UaaKcr, Decorator, gent for Einpiro Wall Papers, from Ac. a rpll up. Best of work guaran te�d. Rcsidencft-First houw east Court House, on Baroaeu Road. of Central Boot & Shoe Store E. IIENSON Lethbridge, Alta. E. W.KKTON Riding Breeches Specialist Three years experience at Hammond's-The Greatest Breeches makers in the world McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all cool Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 SIMPLY AlltElHlOR Htn. Mr. Finlay Interviewed at Edmonton. (JitliiiohtoH UtilIftiM.) CoilsiiK-ritblo orilk'isiu ivud iu-�s -paper coiiuMciil has been iiidulgt>il in lately by the Calgary llcraW especially respecting the estimates n�ciit-ioncd in the government crop bul Ictin So. 3, in the I>elhbrjdgc district, and has occasioned sonic very unfair and uncalled diatribes at th minister of agriculture. Yesfcorduy the JiuUetin saw Hon. \V. T. Kinlay before ho went south to the fair at Olds, Mr. Kinlay was iwkod if he had hcgrd of the reports that were being circulated in the prpsa regarding the under cstinval -ion of the grain yield in the Loth -t>rid|(e district In reply Mr. Finlay sai'd: "Ves, tbero has been considerablo talk and newspaper con>nV3nt lately over the estimate entered in the govj ernment grain bulletin No. 3 for the liRtbbridgo district, they claiming it was much too low." "The first I hoard of it waa at Magrath on Friday last, whore \ w-as attending the agricultural fair I luckily got' a chance of a ridis over on a apeciul train to Lethbridge that afternoon. Mr. Cony-boarc, president of the board of trade arrang^ed a meeting of thu board at, eight o'clock and ivt th.Tl hour a very good altciKlaiice was present. The prosidcnt shortly afte-eight iaM before nic the preat di.eoplc generally of the grain report in the govcrnniont bulletin No. 3 for this district, it not^amounting to naif of the proper amount and requesting me to have it corrected and corrected copies sent to those to whom wo hod sent copies containing the wrong estimates." "In reply I said I was pleased, to meet the board and had taken the llrst opportunity; to be with them to make anything thtit was wrong, right, and that the figures that had been handed to me by tlic president showed a serious mistake somewhere this niKstake I promised to have matie. right in any case, but 1 u.ade :t definitely understood that if the error arose through the local mmn chosen to send iu grain reports, tot liaving done so the govemmeut would noti be to blame. This was acquiesced in. I found ou n�j' iv turn homo that the cause of the iihortage in the grain rei)oit was due to the returns'sent by the local men, which returns can be seen at this ol-fice at any time." After satisfying the Lethbridge board IJiat the government nud shown no improper interest in ths uiaitt�r,and discussing many othei questions with them the preiAdentj ii. a short closing speech, said that they felt obliged to JUr Finlay for having put himself out to meet them on this important matter and be would,like to see a vote of thanks moved to the honorable genrtlenxin for the satisfactory manner he natd to show their appreciation of the ctllcient way he is filling the position of minister of agriculture. A vote of thanks v to that eflect was moved by Mr. Fessenden (editor of the Lethbridge News) seconded by Mr. Harford (a leading and curried unanimously. "Have you aeen the article in the Calgary Herald? ' Mr. Finlay was asked. "Yes," said the minister of agri'^-ultutyi, "I ha%-e seen t*e arUcle In the> C'Algary Herald, but criticism like that ia so manufcstiy unfair that I shall take no notice of it; and I am sure tlie public will not be affected toy it." The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the lalxsl of every Cough Cure containing Opium, Chlor orane, or any other stupefying or poisonous drug. But it passes Dr. Shoopa Cough Cure as made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr. Shoop all along has bttterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest toaljo-r-an.l it cures, it docs not f�mply suppress. Oet.a safe and reliable Cough Cu-a. by simply insisting on having Dr. Shoop's. Let the law be your protection. We cheerfully recommend and sell it. Sold by ,T. D. Iligi i-botham & Co. PRESS GRINDiNGS. Cardston S^tar: A. J. Kobcrtsoii. the leader of the Opposition in ihe Provincial Gowrnnicnt has butted into print �ilh a letter iii the Ol^o-toks ISevicw tlmt, for e.xtraordiii.ii'y boliibast and original perver.s-ion oi the square deal, beats tiK; Imml. We cantlot, umk^rstand the frame of ii man's mind who would imlito .such � rotten mess cdpucially when from nil parts, and both parties conn- uiiaii -imous praise and approval of the government trip which this same Itobertson would stigmatize us a poHtical gun wad. Klscwheiv w'ul Ua found some independent o.\pres.crals joined hands ami worked together for the success of the trip. Medicine Hat News. The slaugliter of young, ducks in this neighborhood is a matter which calls for attention on the part of the Legislature, if i this portion of Alberta is to continue to be known as the finest ducU hunting ground in the West. August 23 is at least three weeks too enc'ly for the close season to end. Anv doubt which exists as to this fatv can lie ca.sily .settled by a reference to any of the hunters who wito out on Labor Day. Sportsmen -tor, "begone!" and to resist, the itevil till he flees away? Wito ilu^s not know that his evil deeds are the results of his moral' CATTLK TUADK IMl'UOVED. The Grain Fed Beef Steer is Adding to AHjerta's Iteputation as a Stock Itaising Country. A great many more yotufg men and women are sent upon the road to ruin by money than by paverty. As i rule the devil wants no bcttei chance at boys and girls than to hev their pockets filled with comIi and then .set down at some fa8Mona!>1e resort. Best is all right; rewlry all wrong. Calgary Albcrtan: The departm-nl' of agriculture, according to promi'.se. has publCshed an amended crop re poi-t rectifying the error that was made in the Lethbridge distr ct This will be satisfactory, as the amended report will circulate as far as the original report. Lethbridge and district will gain a little ail-vertising by the fact that the fruit fulness of the soil and the abund -anco of the crops in that district are especially mentioned. It further put's an end to the very silly accusati.jn that the action of the department was deliberate. It is not surprising that the partnient should make a mistake in one district, but it is a matter of satisfaction to remark that the department should make a nristake in only one district. Card,i�ton .Star: The Rev. .T. G. Shearer, secretary of ibo Lord's Day .Mliancc made a most excellent an>l convincing defence of the Lord's Day .Vet before a union congregation in the iMethodist Church at Ixth -bridge last Sunday. It was the privilege of the writer to 'be prcsentiand it safe to sa.v tho/t all those who en-ioyed that privilege were satisfied that the work of the Alliance in fostering, the Act and the action of the Government in nraking it a Government Bill cannot bo convntunded too highly. You ask why the world isn't hatter, why there isn't mora charHy aprl love extant than we tind therein? The reason is plain. There are too many in the world who will not cast th? upon the waters unless th-iy arc a.ssured Ixjfoivhnnd that it wMl come back in a few days a full grown sandwich ail trimme*l with ham, butter and mustard. My dear rnaders, is it not true, we too seldom speak of our heart's gl.-id ness, but dwell on its miserj"? Keep ixccount of the people you nitfot and see how little they say that is pleti-sant and happy and much that is dreai^- ond sad. They will tell of botiily aches, pains and infirmities They will complain bitterly of the heat if it is warm, or of the chill il it is cold. They will speak of the discouragement in their �business, the hardships in their occupation, the troubles in their various dutfes,an. Husbands, like p�aches, vill not keof) the jear round uuless they are well preserved. First, select on. carefully. Bo sure he is not too green neither should ho be over ripe. He might look very tenxpting and niel � low in the market, but if he is too old ho will not stand the test of '.hi; preserving process, but will expose bis hard stony heart. Huslmndb grown in the tropics of pleasure look very fine, but are usually insipid The home grown are best. Sielcct I your hushamis, if possible, from a 1 f;tmil,\ ii\h more as the shipments of Irish cattle into England has commenced. Every year tens of thousands arc sent to the market^ in England from Irelaml and thoy have a gi-cat eflect on the prices. Although not as good grade as our cattle, they are good enough to satisfy the rather particular tastes of the Knglish market when our cattle cannot 1h? obtained. The export tratle alone this will exceed that of last year by aver 5,000 head. The grain fed cattle have another groat advant.age over the ranchers for export. Having Ix^en kept up rtiiu l>oconio acquaintfl�l with h.n^.u '��-ings they are very qtiiot, are handlwi much more easily, and when on the boat, where there is feed before them all the time for the ten or eleven da.vs of the trip across, they soon pick up what they lose, on the cars. On the other hand a range steer, n-ild and frightened, used to rustliug his own feed and dreading mankinil. will worry many pounds off t�efore he gets ,to the boat, and when he is finally placed aboard often to eat for three or four days. The consequences are that he sometimes readies England in very  poor shape. Improving our beef catll}U-tinuing to give Chamterlain's Coii^rh Remedy to their little ones, a� it contains absolutely nothing injur iouB. This remedy is not only perfectly safe to give small children, but is a medicine of great worth and jnerit. It has a world w-ide repu  tation for its cures of coughs, colds and croup and can always toe rvjlicd upon. For sale by all druggists. BLA.MED THE C. P. R. KEEP WARM EUR COAT For Yourself BLANKET For your Horse NOW IB THE TIME -TO BDY---- Homer a Hutchison Unsuitable Switch Contributessly neg-lig�nt in not maintaining a most iitodorn or suitable switch at the place of aforesaid accident and did hereby contribute to cause said re-cident. and jurors further say that in the interests of the public safety that a modem switch should Iw installed at the aforesaid ptaw of accident and that all train orders be given from one fixed oRloo at the town of Macleod." By applying an-antiseptic jdressing to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries before inflanunation sets in, they may bo healed without maturation and in about oneHhird the time required by the old treatment. This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on the same principle. It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuriiis. causes them to heal very quickly. Il also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of poisoning. Keep a bottle of Piin Balm in .vour home and it will sa'o you tinu: and money, not to meut -ion the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail. For sale by all druggists. A VOliNO MOTHER STORY. "Have you any fireworks suitable for .^niall children?" asked the .yoiing mother. "Ves, nm'am," answercti the denier. "We have some splendid iira-crackers, Roman candles and .til such things." "^ut I fear my little boy is not old enough for them." "Thlen hero are some and-" "01�, the very thing. Have some safety pinwhcels? My lK>y is not yot a ,v�ar old," Unsound husbands, like unsound peaches, often have to be sorrowfully cast awny. Having .-an lips. Dry, Cracked and colorless lips mean feevcrishness and are us well ill-appearing. To have tocauti-ful, pink, velvet-like lips, apply at toedtiine a coating of Dr, Slmoi Gfwon Salve, It will soften and hci! any skin ailment. Get a tree, tri i� box a( our store, and bo convinced. Large nickel capped Jars, 35 con's. For sale toy .T. iD. IHiflnbotham and Co. - ^ CRAVEN SMOniNG MIXTURE INVENTED BY THE HI EARL OP CRAVEN IN lSf!7 DR. J. M. BARRIE SAYS:.-"What I call the Arcadia in 'My Lady Nicotine' is the CRAVEN MIXTURE'and no other." ^ ^ ^ AN ipEAL PIPE TOBACCO MANU-FACTURICD IN ENGLAND Wallace CEl Hoselton Tlie Loading Cigar uiitl Tobacco Firm in Sonthorii AJbortn, We Handle the Best Lines of Stoves H and Ranges || 11 HicK Ca WaKely g f f The Leading Tinners, Plninbers, S team ami ?  f Hot Water Fitters, Telephone llfi. XX TRY WM. OUVER -.FOR-- Everythiaf required in the constructioa of a Building, ^ Lumber and all kinds of Mill V/ork Do not send all yonr money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to liwild up Lethbridge and a local iiidvis.tiy by putroni/.ing Oliver'a Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Roaml! ami Bompas Streets Teleplione 153 The Host Eiacting Stanihrds Of criticm prevail, and only unequaledl quality finds favor *rish us.---------- All kinds of fresli and cured meats^ Fresh fish three times a week.--�--.-------- P. Burns & Co., -Telephone 91-- Ltd. I A. EASTON & CO. * MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALt:RS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. an old timer -WITH THE- old brands OF LIQUORS AND OIGABS IN A new Stand .Just drop into my new"^Tiarters and contviace your-�elf that I am up-to-date.   Tiio clennest an