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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r Oar Silverware Commands Attention Because of 1st Its artistic dosigusr 2nd Excellent workmanship | 3rd First class quality. 4th The price at which it is sola SIMPLY AN ERROR PRESS GRINDINGS. i Cnrdston Star: A. J. Itoberlson, Hon. Mr. Finlay Interviewed at; the lender of the Opposition in the EdmOntOHi I'lovineiul Government has butted . I into print with a letter in the Ok >- (Kdmnhlon , oard of trade arranged a meeting of the cannot, umtcr.stnnd the frame of a man's mind who would Indite such a rotten mess especially when from all parts ami both parties come uiutn -imoiis praise and approval of the government trip which this same Robertson would stigmatize as a political gun wad. Klscwhoiv u'lii lie found some Independent expressions regarding the same letter I'oor llos ertson felt his utter loneliness arid divod Into tho Ink pot with a char � actor less vim, Iwcnuso the people whon* lie assails were among his best friends. If it was a "catch vote" or "capture vote ' junket, is it not Just a little bit strange that no political speeches were nuide by any member of the Government. If Itobcrtson felt tho "branding irons" burned In why did he not squeal nnd call upon his friend Don ltoilx>rt (one of IIms finest and tho best) t.. release him from the fracas? Don is good for a whole troop. Kohortson. as leader of the Opposition occupies a very responsible position. He jiay or he may not have been shown nil the courtesies which that position .ml it led him to. We wot not. At any rale, so far as the Curdstnn board at, eight o'clock and at thai j �"lri" ls �"�*�>�� �" cannolblanv the Government. Conservatives and Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via the Wisconsin Centra) Ry. -To- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points East and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J Bergemaun, travelling agent. 371 Robert Bt., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, guueral passenger agent. Milwaukee, Wis. WM. SHAW Tulnter. Paper Manner, Decorator, gent for Kmpiro Wall ropers, from Ac. a roll up. Host of work guuran tead. llesidencft-First house en*t Court House, on Ha rone as Road. of Central Boot & Shoe Store E. II EN SON Lethbridge, A Ha. E. W. KINGSTON Riding Breeches Specialist Three years experience at Hammond's-The Greatest Breeches makers in the world Mc Adoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. , Telephone 77 hour a very good attendance was present. The president shortly afte* eight laM before mc the great dissatisfaction expressed by the members of the hoard ami people generally of the grain report In the governntciit bulletin So. H for thi--district, it not ^mounting to naif of the proper amount and requesting me to have it corrected and corrected copies sent to those to whom we had sent copies containing the wrong estimates." "In reply I suid I was pleased, to meet the board ami had taken the lirst opportunity, to l>e with them to make anything that was wrong, right, and that the figures that had been handed to mc by the. president showed a serious mistake somewhere this mAsiako 1 'promised to have made right in any case, but 1 ti.ade it definitely understood that If ihu error arose through tho local men chosen to send iu grain reports, lot having done so the government would not, lie to blame. This was acquiesced in. I found on my iv turn homo that the cause of tho shortage in the grain report was due to the returns sent by the local men. which returns can Ik* seen nt this ol-fico at any time." After satisfying the Lethbridge board that the government nad shown no Improper interest in tlu matter,und discussing many othei questions with them the president, ii, a short closing 8)>ecch, suid that they felt obliged to Mr Finlay for having put himself out to meet them on this important mutter and he would,like to Bee a vote of thunk.-i moved to the honorable gentleman for the satisfactory manner he nad settled the important question and to show, their appreciation of the otllcienl way he is filling the posit  Ion of minister of agriculture. A vote of thanks., to that effecl was moved by Mr. Fessendon (editor of the Lethbridge News) seconded by Mr. Harford (a leading and curried unanimously. "Huve you seen the article in the Calgary HcraluT" Mr. Finlay wu:� asked "Yes," said the minister of agriv ulturr, "I have seen the article in the Calgary Herald, but criticism like that is so manufcstly unUIr that I shall take no notico of It and I am sure titc public will not bo affected by It." o Tho new Puro Food and Drug Law will mark it on tho lutol of every Cough Cure containing Opium, Chlor of arm. or any other stupifying or poisonous drug. Hut it passes Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure as mudo for 20 years, entirely free. Dr. Hhoop all along has bitterly opposed ihe uso of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is ubsolutoly safe even for the youngest urc in thought and word and deed, or l.o who dishonors floiS by defllihg him self lit mllul and speech and eon duct? Who does not know that it requires Strength of purpose, of willpower, of mlhdi to say to the tempter, "begone!" and to resist, tho levll till he flees away? Who do"s not know that his nvll deeds are the results of his moral cowardlne.1' I.literals joined hands and worked to gother for the success of the (lip. * CRAVEN SMOKING MIXTURE CATTLE TRADE l.MI'ROVED. The drain Fed Heef Steer |s Adding to Alberta's Reputation us a Stock liaising Country. (Calgary Herald) II. C, McMullen, C.1MI. livestock Inspector, was seen at his home yes-torday rewarding the live stock industry of Alberta. In his opinion tho business never looked so promising. Mr. McMullen has had thirty years experience In the cattle business nnd understands it thoroughly. Speaking of'the export trade alono he says that the cattle being shipped this year are bettor grade than shipped Inst year, owing partly to the mild winter and to the fine summer we hn\e had this year. Tins feeding industry is gaining ground as the settlers learn tho value of ghain f�xl steers, More ranchers every year fatten a carload or so of cattle and thus learn by experience tho greater value of finished stock. The prices have l>oen very steady this season, but will not advance rKVENT 101) 1JY THE III I1AUL OF ORAVI2N IN 18(57 DR. J. M. BARRIE SAYS:--"What I call the Arcadia in My Lady Nicotine' is the 'CRAVEN MIXTURE'and no other." J? J AN IDEAL PIPE TOBACCO MANU-FACTUKED IN ENGLAND Wallace (EL Hoselton The Loading Cigar uml Tobacco'Firm in Southern Alberto. Since I hut first wght when we ,, , , . , , , ... ,. nui'-h more as the shipments of Irish Had hung that pledge upon tho wall J ______ . . Where he our names could see. Medicine Hat News; The slaughter I Am, ,,xvr sinoo ,,m, S|)U(V WIIS filled, of young ducks In tills neighborhood- Mamma suid tonight, is a matter which calls for attention i Though dark may be our little room on the |>art of the Legislature. i> one corner's always bright, this portion of Alberta is to .'on- i tinue to bo known as the finest duck ' a groat many more young men nnd hunting ground in the West. August 'women are sent upon the road to U.'l is nt least three weeks too eurly | ruin !�y money than by paverty. As for the clost? season to end. An\ \ .t rule the devil wants no better doubt which exists as to this lac 1 chance at boys and girls than to hpv can >>o easily settled by a reference | their pockets filled with cash and to any of tho hunters who wviv ; then set down nt some fasW.ona'de out on Labor Day. Sportsmen in resort. Host is all right; revelry is that day saw the pot hunters sla-igh nil wrong, ter the poor "Hoppers" Indiscrimin- � ' atcly. Had these little fellows b,-'n Yon ask why the world isn't rutt-given a couple of weeks longer .n ter. why there isn't more chur'.ty and which to mature they would havi. 1 love extant than wo lind therein? 1'h^ been given a chanc for their Ii\� .� 'reason Is plain. There are too many but ns It was many of ili.-m w.-r,- in the world who will not cas-t tlv:.. klllwl without even the.use nf a shot broad upon the waters unless th-�y gun. The game warden*, shou'il are assured ls>foivhnnd that it wMI 5 eoine back In u few days a grown sandwich all trimmed ! ham. butter and mustard. Till I .vlth calloridsv They will complain bitterly of the and district will gnin n little ml heat if it is warm, or of the chill Ii vertlslng by the fact that the fruit | it is cold. They will speak of thr> fulness of the soil and the nbuud - I discouragement in their business, the anct> of the crops in thnt district are especially mentioned. It further puts nn end to the wry silly accusal :-jii that the action of th�- department was deliberate. It is not surprising that the �� partment should make a mistake in one district, but it is a matter ci satisfaction to remark that the He partment should make a mistake m only one district. CanWton Star: The Dev. J � Shearer, secretary of the Lord's Day hardships in thoir occupation. Ihe troubles in thoir various duties,ami all tho manifold miseries, real or im ngined, thnt have fallen to their lot Hut they will have little to say jof their prosperity, their health, the'r three good meals a day, their encouragements, favors, friendshipsand manifold blessings. Ijet us learn the lesson not to empty our tnte nf woe mto other people's cars but dwoll more on the pleasant things of Ih'e. Husbands, like peaches, v ill not cat Ho into F.ngland has commenced ICvery year tens of thousands are sent to the market� In ICnglnnd from Ire)nnd nnd they have n great effect on the prices. Although not ns good grade as our cattle, they are go ;d enough (o satisfy the rather particular tastes of the Knglish market when our cattle cannot lie obtained. \ The export trade alono this ye ir i will exceed that of last year by .iver . 5,000 head. j The grain fed cattle have another great advantage over the rnnchers j for export. Having been kept up .uiu I become acquainted with h'.i�..� bi- j ings they arc very quiet, are handler! e n radical change in the graik? of cattle shipp-�d out of AUvrtu. The system is gradually changing ns the ranchers �oo more clearly the added value of 'he finished product. We Handle the Best II Lines of Stoves and Ranges ii ii Hick (& WaKely \\ The Leading Tinners, l'lumixro, H team ond Hot Water Fitters. Telephono 1H>. HI.AMICD THK f p \\ I'nsuitnblo Switch Coutiibute ,iko ,lnHOune ,(> ,w sorrowfU|)y r,,8t injuries before inflammation sets in ' . , , , . away Having selected your husJhand they may be healed without inatur- vou hh(|ll||| ^ n ^ alio,, and in about ono-lhlnl the ! ,Iuvn. fir, of ,|iw> your wryin time required by tho old troutment ..... , . � , ,,. , , 1 . * ^ , settle should be neat and clean. Huh I his is tho greatest discovery and i,.m.i. .:,_ u . , ... , " , i "anus, like peaches, look very, black triumph of modern surgery. Cham ir th,H ,, uni.lpftn. 0ivu him |imU. Iierlain-r Pain Halm acts on the j ,, Rtt roution Do also allays the pain and sorones, \noi klvp M|rring h|m and prevents any danger of blo.t.i NOTHING TO FF.AK. Mothers have no hesitancy in roii-tinuing to give Chamterlaln's Cott^h Ronxxly to their little ones, a� it contains absolutely nothing injur ious. This remedy is not only per-feetly safe to give small children, but is n medicine of great worth and merit. It has a world -wide repu  lution for its cures of coughs, colds and croup nnd can always lie relied upon. For salo by all druggists. TRY WM. OLIVER ---F()R_-- Everythinf required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill V/ork Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local iwlns.try by patronizing Oliver'b Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner RouikI ami Boinpas Streets Telephone l.VJ Till". MACLKOD DANCES. Alvin O. Itich, a gentleman from Mugrath, while travelling over country fiom his home in the Mormon settlement north, sloftped for u short while 'm Macleod, und happened to Attend a dunce in,the Town Hull. In writing to the Slagrath! Fionoor. this is how he describes the dance: 'Ma-gnith boys and girls .would he interested to look on at a bull in .Macleod I stop|>ed for a few nvinirtos, und this is what I noticed. Tho Orches -tra was good anil Included violin, comet, clurlonutito, slide trombone ami piano. 'Cbeiv price U jCJ.^.tHi per nigiit. No dances were urmonn -o�l on tho wall. There wils no cal-lor for quadrilles. They all know ihe changes, ami when they wanted to rest they clapped their hunds. ICvery gent was dressed In u black cutaway frock suit; a sort of regulation ball The Host Exacting Standards Of critiem prevail, and only une()ualc(L quality finds ^ favor wish us.--------------------------------- All kinds of fresh and etir.Hl meats. Fresh tish three times a week. ------------- ------------ Burns & Co., Ltd. --Tolephono 91-- poisoning. Keep a bottle of Halm in your home and it will su" you time and money, not to inent -ion tho inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail. For sale by all druggists. A YOl'NO STOUY. "Have you any fireworks suitable 1 for small children?" usked the young ! llmt U ib "lu,,l> to chew tobac should you ki-ep poking U.m with | room dress, with whito gloves, sharp points to see if ho is done; it \ The Indies wero mostly dressed in will spoil his looks. If the above | white. Tho low-necked dresses of recipe is followed, and you have I some leads me to descrilie it that way. There was a total absence of voung hoys nnd girls, under 18. and there was an absence of youthful hilarity and dead in oarnost dancing that you would notico in M.v grath. There was also bettor order. This was an ordinary dance. selected tho right kind of a husband you will find his lovo woll preserved Tltl'E STUENOTII OF MANHOOD Small boys often conceive the fab smoke and swear. Older boys answered the d-ai- *"OM,,B "*-'� *ro l"��