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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Farmers and Ranchers SAFES! SAFES! SAFES! You ought to have a small safe in your house Prices range from $26 to $8B Monthly Payments Melink*s Home Deposit Safes Write for particulars or better still, eome and see us C. E. D. LOWE Office. Conybeare Bloek. P. O. Box 114 Lcthbridgc, : : Alberta the Stin Fruncififo JOHrlhf|U(ike, W, (!, I>osan, has liikcii o position in .1. J. .loliiiKton's drug store. Mr. Logiin Iwlongs (o Ixindoii, Ont., ami is a grndimtc of the Ortlario ('ollogo ct( I'huriuaey. Prior to coming her.? he Npcnt two years miininging; a usin�^8 in Hnn Fhincisoo find he was there during the earthr|iiakc and hart a lively e.�j)crienc(*. In a talk with the HoraW he suirt that the edrthiiuake sliook (lown nearly ever.Vtliing in hi.s room and the liert \-as jowtlea all arourtJ. Jlc had a h\g steamer trunk and to rescue it from tlie firo wliich threatened the hotel whure he watt living, he hauled it out on the street and pulleu)>lic �i|iiari^. when> ho slofit all night olong with thousiiiid.>) of other refugees. Tht a, tirink of water. Mr. Logan's estimate of the num-lier of |ieor�le who lolt their Hve.s in this flisastcr was r�l�M). lie has his doiilHs as to whether San Francisco K'ill cvor regain its oUi time I�o!�-ulntion and position as the menop-olis of the West. r-red stuff in it nu' may It nivcr go to their heads.' " "An' wliiit di�l ye say (o that?" iisked Mr. Ifennfs.w.v. ''f sixHl 'tiv)iortant changvs will soon take place: tustlce Girouard of the Supreme court, wtll nesiffn and t� replaced by Hon. I... r. Orodeur. inini.ster of n>arine ami fisheries. Senator Oodliout w.ll resig-n i�s .senator, to t>e replact-d by Hon. Mr. Turgcon of the provincial gov -ernment.ay a Man Has the Thance To Prove His Strength of Purposn. First Wedding Present -not a trinket, but the most necessary article in the new home-a bag of puRiry FLOUR Choicest Bread Flour in the world. MiUed by the latest improved process from the finest Western Canada Hard Wheat  Makes ilest Bread With Least Trouble Sold ;Ev�ryMfk*v� la Tb* Great Doaitaioa WnTCRM CANADA FLOUK MILLS CO.. LImltari Mills ut WlnnlpsB, Codariclt and Brandon WILI.IAAI ALSO - It AN - POLP# IIKAUST. � Cold-proof I Underwear Stanfield'.s Underwear is made of long, .silkj', Nova Scotia wool-tiie finest in the world for Underwear. The .snperior quality of wool-together with the peculiar knit of the garments -give the greatest possible warmth with the least weight. Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear come* in sizes to perfectly fit all Cgnrca. Every garment guaranteed atMolutely nutUriukable. if Willie runs a supplement which al-wajs beats the news; Willie runs for President, with nothing much to lose- \VilAo"s always running, whether )(.\ rei|U�?.st or not. Whenevei' there's a vacancy, it's Willie on-lho-spot. Frisky Willie. Willie, fevcri-sh for speed, J Prints a rai>UI journal, so ihiU lie . who runs nm.v read. Willie runs for governor quili' rog - Ular of lalo, Willie runs the government (or (I'ie;; at any rad-). tlillii' looks on polil ics wil h s.'ri vis Intent, A� a sort of iinni'.x to hi;; ("omii-Supplement. Willie, Willi.', wanton Willie, can hf will he (piif.' Wiilii>'.s playing tag-and yef lie's ne\er it. Willie ran for nin,\or once, hut when he realizefl That he was defontefl, he* was not at , all surprised. In this land, which fWillic says) Iv grafters is accursed. Almost everybod.v has flel'eateo: Uv'fi on� t.vpe of .loiU' nal's mostly type. When he saw that, Puddles wei'e the topic of the hour V'iUie got a :Muck-1iaku of a hiutdred donkey pover, ttarlifl up a geyser, shrill.v shriek  ing all the time; "Don't you touch ni,v mud! T've got a scoop on this h.tre lime!" Frantic Willie, antic Willie, always on the jump, Willie found the Muck-Ilake slovy, and so he liought a pump. llrimstono is to Willie (luile thi' mil- ilest of emulsiions- Powie multiplied b,y fits and ],:iw.s,-,ii in convulsions: Any groat calamity that conv's (l�e world to curse, .Read it >n Iho "Journal"- iTi! yi u- 11 And that it is -�i- llutuptious Willie, grinnptious Willie, running for a prize, ICeeps his circulation brisk by constant exercise. -Wallace Irwin, iu Collier's Wet'kly, A IOI{Mi:U urilKKXATlONAr. VISIT. 11 is a strange coincidence that lliL- first \isil to Ualtleford by it tJovernor-li.-neral shoiiUI fie e.>;aclly Iwcnt.v-five .venrs ago. The then (ioviMuor-tJiMieral, the Marquis of Lorni", arrived here on the 20th of .'iiigiisl, 1.H8I. and left for the souili on (he ;il.s(. The -liast liciwi-.'u the modes of travel ol iheir I'^xrcllencies. the Mai'quis of l,orne and I'".iirl (Ji'ey. The former reaihisl the end of the railway .track at Portage la Prairie, and ilrove ironi there, by way of Hapid tJity, Qir.\|ipelle, and Duck I.,ake, to Carl-(on. whero the r>il.v. a Hudson's I'.uy steamer, uas waiting. .Viler a short \isit lo Prince .\lberl, the steamer rcju lied llul t lefoid on th(! iJOth g. .Vfter remaining' heie a (lii.\' 11 is K.Mellenc.v Icit by liuil fur I'lilgai'y and .Mao-lood. The {iovenior-tieucral of the (Mfserit da.v will be able lo arrive here within Iweniy-iour hours alter leaving Winnipeg if he so e truck by nearly niib's. - .�^askatchcH ;iii Iloriilil. .Sir .folin A Itoyd, has asked leax'i' lo ri'lii'i' frciiii the High t'oiii't of Ontario. 1 ha\e iioticcil, ob.ser\ed .S(piiiv J'hrifi.^-, in Ihe .\ewlon .lournal. that vvhen we ari' caii'iHI to tlx up goid sheds and lloor our hog pens, :\u:\ cook plent.v of good feed, and kiiep his trough full, then scratch Mr.  ��g on the back, he'll grunt I'ld e.\poct nujre. Yes, hell .iani his blamed luiappreciut ive snout to the liottnni of the slop bucket uneo-plo Imvo n bump of grnlitmk^ of (list about, the same degnv 4)f prominence. If nn.vhody Is'kind enough to .�how you a favor, rentnireber to rise above "a hog and show a little 'P-procifition. "No, sir, as llogun sa.vs, 1 care not who makes th' laws or th' nion-e.\- iv a counthi-y so long as I run th' presses. Father Kell.v was talk-in' about it th' other day. "Tlure ain't anylhii.g like it an' theie nivcr was,' su,\s he. .\ll th'' priests in this togx'lher preacli bout a hundiired thousand wanst a week an',' he sa.vs. "all ih' papers preath to thtvre nvili>on a da,v,, (iviniy linie.s a c-iiind thin) hoops there wudden't lie as inuch disturbance in that t^ar'l as there is in th" mossy stuff that looks like so nnich tar,' ho says, printer's ink! .\ dhrop iv it on wan little wurrud in type.' ho .says. I will blacken th' fairest name in i Christr^r.dom or," ho says, 'make a �tar to shine on th' lowliest brow,' he sa.vs. 'It will find its way into inillions iv homes an' hearts an' jnomories, it will go through iron dures an' stone walls an''*will carry snnio message that may turn th' current iv ivry life it meets, fr'in th' linperor iv Chiny to th' baby in ih" cradle in Ifannigwn's Hat,' ho siiys, 'It may undo a thou.sand prayers or start a mill.von. It can't lie escaped. It cud dhrag mn out iv iiie house to-marrah nn' niaki.' inc AS well-knowr. in IVkin ns 1 uni in ilxlsted Sthreet, an' not ns fav'-rabl.v. Today th' pofKS may give mo more thought thin he gives Kelly th' Uowlin' Mill Man. To-niorrah he may l�e reatlin' how great or Irad f am in th' Popylo Romano. It's got Oeath lieat n umIo in levellin; rank.i Vo man, tie he king or potintate or ! nrilknian, is aniiy bi^fger or nnio' littler thin what .vc sco iv hiin in th: paper.".. Ye su.v it invades our pri-vacv. Hut s,i does th' polisman, --n-ly he cnrri.'s .a warrant an' th' pr^.ss nabs us f'r crimo.'^ lliat are too in-tilligiert f'r ih' polls to understand. It rules U' hiidin' out what th' peor pie want an' if thi-y don't w�ny anything it toils thiiii what it wants him to want it to tell thiin. It's ngtiinst all tyrants but itsilf an' it. has th' lioldest iv thiin erookin' th l.nee lo it. .\ few years ago if th" iditor iv th' Saint Petersfcmrg 'What d'ye call-it" wanted to print un Item announcin' a picnic iv Ih' Kpwonh l-eaguo he'd have to take it around lo th' f/ar lo have him look at It liist. To-day if ,ye cud iva SIIAIIK FIXF.D. One of the carti sharks, Ijeo lied-inger of Calgar.v, who have l�een operating on the trains north of t'ai-grary and lattcrl.v on the Cniw's .Vest, was arrested on a chaixo ol vagrancy by CMef Porr.v on I'luf^ -da.v. .rustice Humphries �ieiil'i':i ed him to pay SlOand costs, lie � ui up the fine and was ordered t > p..'t out of the cilv. Can Burn OP It mtkes no difference in the Happy Thougbt Range." Every Buclc Stove has a special combination grate- turn it one way for coal and th� other way for wof. I.K III ni( I mi K A LFA LF A. .\ .K. Humphries has receivetl tho following loiter from the Canadi.nn Oovernment Agent at Great Falls, Montana. U. l>aviesi .V. y:. Ilumphr.cs, Ijothbridgo. Albcrla. P(>ar Sir,~l receivml the case c�ui-tuining a very fine .sample of .Alfalfa, ii. fact the I ever aaw, 1 was ver.v glad indowl to get such a specimen it will Iw an ncquisil.i in to ni.v exhibit here, and w.ll show doubtful ones that .MIterta can grow .Mfalfa to perfection. Pleasi my thanks for it. "i'oiirs trul.v, NEW SERVICE THROUGH TO CHICAGO Through Tourist Sleeper Dia^y^^'fck(ei�o a^^ lAtenMdiate Points via tha Great Northern Railway's .SUH^RB NEW TRAIN. THE ORIENTAL LIMITED I Tutiriftt sleeping; car rates are one lialf standard sleeper rtitns. Every couvenienee. every comfort. For par^-(iculars enquire from II. Maebeth, Agent, Lethbridge.'i S. S. Minnesota sniltt from Seattle for the Orient Oct.201 S. S. Dakota sailiit from Seattle for tlie Orient>f| Nov. 28. acci'iil il. PAVf.S. CII.WtiKS IN T. (t. F. Toronto. Oct. S.-Col. .fohn A. Macf.'illtivi-a.v. for 20 .\ears supreme\- of (he I.O.|.'., has lK>en ro-'itv-d (in iii'coiint of mental Dr. fH-onh.vutekha and the council in session lit De.seronto on Saturday deckled lo fill his po.^tt and appoiiil-.(I It.iliert Matheson. suporiiitiMUlent ol' deal and dumb institute of llellc-ville, his socce.H.mir at a salar.v ol ?7.r�00. 'HACK TO Till'. WOtmS." (Jlo.clien SavuKe Went Out to Hid His Sc|uaw Fond Farewell and Focfiot lo Hot urn. fJIcichen, (Vl. O.~(;onsiderable excitement was caused in the towiHhis afternoon by an Imlian naiu.'Ml .loo CalfchiUl dnshintf through the main .''tri'ot, followed by the U.N.W.M.P., Scrg^cant W. McLcod, the Indian mounted on a gootl hors�;, the .scr-gmtnt on an Indian cayuse. Joseph had Iwcn sentenced to si.\ months for bei��: drunk, and was permitted to leavt- the courtroom to bid gof>dbye to his wife ai>d. children and failing to come back was dis-covertKl riding away on a Hood horse Th;; sergeant mountWt the first horse at hand, a small, iMid not waiting for his hat ^ Rave chase, but .foe had th� odds, and made time through the town .sont no trace of him has Iv-en found, and if III' crosses the river ho will likely 111- hard to run down. loe hu0 and costs for ."^applying (he lieverage. ,Ioe has a liad reputation, and .som.-.: say will sti'ud olV his pursuers if lie (?ets 3, lo.\ iiroposition tho potato lirw'd.'r lai.'es and being inforiiiod that not more than one .n U�0 new strains is an improvomont over tho plain every-day potato which Xevv lOutf-tand' has produced since the days of tho Pilgrims, concli�rle�l the old-time "spuds" art- gooil oiigh lor him. � that on- PrcvenliCR, ah the name implies, priHvnt ull colds ond grip'fie whon', �taken at the sneeze stage." Pre-venlics are toothsome candy tatilots Preventics diKsipate all colda quickly, and taken early, when .voii flrst feel that a cold is coining, I hoy chock and prevent them.