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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Oar Silf erware CoMandsAttention BcCftUM of 1st Its (irtistic designs. 2nd ExcRlIent workmanship 3nl First class quality. 4th Tlie price at which it is sold Something to remember is that we carry only The Best Good> from The Best Makers The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician lm;(;iinRiuoE Strike. Has llao�os in the wust i.r.s come from l^lhln-idce mint's. As vhi-public aru tiwarc, the mints then> have been closed since the 8lh i" March, due to labor troubles. ''This mine has been in the hubit of shipping coal throughout th sumwor sonson, storing it up in every inch of available space, anti �vc iirriinced this, as fnr as our in'-fluence coiilil go, so theiv would be a supply in plenty for the winter .season, niid in order that there .:bould lie ."iKIlclent in store to enable us to withdraw part of our etjiiipment from that serv.we. for ihc wlioat movement this .voar. "This year the shipments have lj.->en small, aiKl this stock,ng \ip did not proceed at the sjime liuio. so that the company, during the initial stagics of (he movement of tlu^ crop, hod to iny: J'arther westward. As it is Mouivtalii View is in the Jjeilvlirid-ge disli^ui. aiKl Caldwell virivially only ii .s-ioiiu's throw av ay and in the saniv tOloc-loral District is cut oil. Will Messrs I'^inlay, Sinunons and VVoolf kindly e\plnin wh.v they allowttl .Vl'Lonu'j-General to mutilate the (.'ardsioji District? Xanlon .News: The depurlnienl of iigricuHure has issued a supploiueiii to Crop iiuilelin No. H, revising tl"e estiiiuile of the crop.s hi the l^ah-bridgv. Kayiiwnd ami .Stirling dis -tricts. This supplement >ti issued on account of a (U'otest from ihc LA-*th-bridge board of tnwie claiming that the original bulletin boih the iv -ported acreage and llw estimated yield were too low. The siipplcnK-n* fe'.ves the e.s-tinwto prepared liy tlie fj?thbridp� hoard of trade, tt will Ix- nolicetl that the fanivrs are les.s concerned over the crop es-timales than the gniin bu,\ers mtd real estate doaler.s. Nevertheless acciirato crop reports have a value, ami ilie TjoVhbridge |)ooplc nro justified in calling attention to any glaring errors; but they made a bigger roar than was called for. .Vn e.sJ.mato is onl.v an estimate; the rei)ort of ti.e acreage and .viekl after thixjshing is what tells the story. The .Alberl.T. happ,\ as wives and liusljivnds. It Is losiiitf .s-ighl of this fundamental truth wl.'.ch leads to hundivils of divorces. Vet man.v a man will .�-cold his wife who would never think of breathing a harsh word to his sweetheart and many a wil'e will look glum and morose on her hustHin'.rs retiirn who had only smiles and words of cheer for him when he vas her suitor. iKjn'l repixjss the buo.vant spirit ol .\our childivn; half an hour of nuerri-rnent around the lamp and firelight of a home blots out miaiiy a care and annoyance during the day, anil I he Ix'St safeguar lirsl ami foivurost; for thei"0 will conio a time wl>en 1he home circle will .lie br-okon. when .\ou long "for the touch of a har.d and the sound ot ;i voice that is still." and when .vour greatest pleasure will be in remembering that you did all in yi^ur power to put a .song under every'burden to nmkc each other happy. COAfP AXION SmP I IK ALTHT- LI.. There is a wise old Gorman saying that "Onl.v a god or a brute can TOrniFJXTS OF TETTER ECZ-RMA ALI.AYE1). AND Ask your ticket agent for tickets (via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- Milwaukee. CllteafO. sad All li"st"nerinanently cure\-.'.-ly say that for the comments w'.il;!! ihcUcputy Minister conclmled '.s re- ; physical hunger. lleixicrs on the cattle ranches of the West fixMnciitly bttconie mad from the isolatSon they are forced to endure. WoTO?n on lonely farms and in small villages grew morbid and nvildly inpane. and people tlo not guess that the cause is want of companion.ship. It is for this reason that a woman.-? work at home is aUva.vs more^' port with. It does not api-iar ;Hy.t \ than that of her husband, v ho gi.os in keop.tig with a public ofliciaj lo | to his office, sees new faces, ar.d has the friction that is produced by meet ing other people. Even the farmer has more intercourse with his neigh- give vent to expressions of -hut kind in connection with a matter that has been brought in a pi-oper way before I he Governmoiii. We have not join-; jjo^ at market, or ni THE REEF COMMISSIO.V. Edmonton, Oct. 5.-The Minister of .Vgriculture announces the mem-liors of the beef ommiission as f(.l-lows; Mawi'tobft-.'ajnes AV. Scallion, of Virden. Saskatchewan-D. W. Quick of Maple Creek. AVborla-Ale.Tander Middleton, o' j Coleridge. Rritish Columbia-F. M. Logwn of Victoria. McAdpo & Van Horn Carta|(e Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accomptiny all coul ' , orders Office-First door south of Snl vatiou Army barracks. Telephone 11 NOTIIIVO TO FEAR. ed the hosts of the kickers because we-haw folt (ami gave e.\pre.s.sion to that feeling) that the Report was u mistake, pure aivl simple without any intention to injure any district or placv another one aheafl of the same for sectional reason.s. riu-Cardston District will average ut ^greeubK^ friends, least 30 bushels to the ac/v in I'all Wheat. Man^' of the be.vl farnier.s say that it vill go 85 bushels but we are content to cut that tlovn a | seventh and make it .'ii'. .\ Special' Report Was nece.'^.sitr.x and the .sam*:' should have been given without i ol-uring it with the opinion of the Deputy Minister which, after all. is only an opinion ami there are hundreds of people here in a far lietter position to opine than he and their opinions run counter with bis ai-tempteks. It is a great mistake of young- people to isolate thenv -selves. Even if their tastes load thorn to � fpiiet life, the.y should make it a fwint to cultivate a few iirsivAyns and wives. Mothers have no hemtftncy in during the night, tli.s body was found this -morning. Adamn had been in poor health since his release ir-'Ui Sring Sing prison, whore he :!erv.>,| a term for having a polic.y g.imin (his city. Ho was reported to Ip the fmancial backer of the ilriu of M. .T. Sage & Co., of New Yor New .forsev, the ofUces of which vere raided in August on ft complaint that the compan.v was combicting a bucket shop. Mv. .Adams, son tt \. \. .\dams. .Ir., has declarwl ihut the only Albert Adams, lonncctul with the Sugo company was niiii-seU nnrt that the loss was consid -crahlc. The Northern Rank is building a 8I.'i,000 structure in Lloydminatcr. The Im|>ortal iiank will erect a Iwautiful building in Calgnry. There is a rumor aliruud that the T. Eaton Co. have made an olTer to the First Presbyterian Church for Its property at the rorncr of Third and JaBper, Edmonton. Edmonton Saturday News; Some Conservative newspapers are talUina' about the action of the Snskntcb � ewan political machine in dismissing Mr. Wood, the deputy attorney .gen -(!ral and Air. Honoynjan, the de|)ut,\-minister of agriculture. 'I'bey have Ijcen dismissed, wo arc told. > they were Con.servatives. If this is the case, the oHenco on the part of the Scott government is a very serious one. Rut we find that when Mr. Wood was asked to miakc a state uient all he said was -that he"t in the habit of squoalin^j," and that Mr. lloneynvun had nothing to say but to confirm the report that he was leaving the government .service. If these g-cntlenten were di.s missed for inn�roper rea.sons, it is their duty to give the public any information that is in their pos.scssion tt is manifofrtly unfair to abuse the administra'lion t>eforo those who are aToeted b.v the change make ai iharge against it. A goixl husbiind makes a good wife. .Some men can neither no without wives nor with them; they are wn?tehed aloiyj in what is callul single bles.sfvlness, ami they make their homes miserable when they get married: they are like Tompkin's dog. Hhich could not bear to �^ loosr and howlexl w-hpy bachelors are^happy husbands and .T. happ.V husband is the happiest of iiion. \ well matcherl couple nr-ry a j(nvful liiV> ijetwoen them, as the *.w� spies carried the cluster tl ICschol. They multiply their jo.vs bj sharing them, and lesson their trou-lilcs b.v divtdireforc inflanunation .sets in, they may bo healed without maturation and in about oneHhird the tinte i-equired 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 injuries, causes them to Ileal wry quickly. It also allays, the pain and soreness and prewnts any danger of poi.soning. Keep a bottle of Vn'in Balm in .vour home and it will sa'o you time and money, not to iwuit -ion the inconvenience and sufloring such injuries entail. For sale by all druggists. I.,ETHHRHX1E PRIZE WINNERS  AT THE MACLEOD FAIR. FOR THE flOVS. Toronto News; Fifteen or tweut.v years ago' three young lav slwl-.Mits were among the more active 8pirit,s of the Vouig Men's Ijheral Club ol Toronto. They were Gordon Hunter, Horace Harvey ami Lynuin P. UiifT. All went west, Mr. llurvey settling at Calgary ami Mr. Hunter at Victoria. .Mr. Hurler .s now Chief Justice of-Rritish Columbia, Mr. Harvey a judge of the .Siiprem.' Court of the Northwest, and M". UulT has just been appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada. ITRST MEDICAL COL'NCIL FOR PROVINCE OF ALBERTA. The results of the elecliim of mam hers to the first council of the Col lego of Ph.vsicians und Surgeons of .'\lbcrta has resulted as foJIows:- Dr. Mraithwaite, Edmonton IMs trict No. 1. Dr. llotson, .Strathcona D'striel No. 2. Dr. Simpson, Jjacomlw, Di-strict No. 3. Dr. Rrctt, HanIT, District Xo. 4. Dr. Ijafterty, Calgacy, D.slriot No. ^. Dr. Kennedy, Macleod, District No. �. Dr. Mewburn, Ijcthbridgc, District Vo. 7, The .\oung man who is alway found around the street corners and who. spends his evenings in drinking ai.d playing cards wiU newr amou'it to much. ft is contrary to the natural order of things. The bo..'s who spend their precious youth in this manner, are the ones who will take the place of our day lallKjrcrs they will live in poor houses, wear poor clothes and when they conte to die they will b� foRowod to their graves by few friends. Oh, that the young men of our land might awa'f-cn to a knowledge of their s'tiiation There is an opportunity for every young nmr. to Ijecorne an honocad. citizen, ami so many, oh, so nia.iy precious bo,vs, aro allowing the mi-selves to Ijc carried along, apparently caring but little about their future. We do admire a manly boy, one who tries to become a njart, and wo alwa.vs fi-el like helping him. n-long. The boy who steps out from among evil wssociatos, gives tobacco the, has the true grit, and do serves to \ut hclr>ed. It takes considerable to turn one's back upo.i those whom he has been associating ,with ami we ar.t in sowing wild oats is worse than lost, for the ifmo could Iw sficni in sowing a crop that would ,\-ield a Rolrtcn harvest. Re careful aiioiit the kind of need you sow, for "whatsoever a man sbwoth that shall he also reap." .T. C. Livingstone won second for Rull Rocks over one year; 1st ; nd 2nd for Dull Rocks uniior one .vcar. Eden Rest Poultry Faim. Ist for Ruft Rocks over one year; 1st for White Rocks; 1st for White Leghorns under one year; 1st for Rutf Orpingtons; 1st for Roven Ducks; 2nd for Darred Rocks over one year 2r.d for While Wynndottes over one year. OW Chief Poultry Farm, Loth-bridge, Alia., .T. E. Clarke & Co., 1st for Whit^ W.vandottes over one year; 1st for Wyandot tes under one year; 1st for While Rocks under jne .year; 1st for Silver Spangled ilamburgs; 2nd for White Rocks over f riches by making a contract with him for a tcrmi of li\'o years at an annual salary of $100,000. SMOKING MIXTURE INVENTED BY THE III EARL OF CRAVEN IN ISfiT DR. J. M. BARRIE SAYS:-'Wh�t I call the Areadift in 'My Lady Nicotine' is the 'CRAVEN MIXTURE' and no other." AN IDEAL PIPE TOBACCO MANU. FACTURED IN ENGLAND Wallace (SL Hoselton Tho Leatliiig Cigar aiicl Tobacco Finn in Soiitliern Alberta. The now Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of ovary Cough Cuiy> containing Opium. Ohior oforrc, or any other stupifying or poisonous drug. But it passes Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure as made for 20 oars, entirely free. Dr. Shoop all long has bitterly opposed tho use of . all opiat