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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta � rmiirWnrriViftiMi'i f Our Silverware Commands Attention Because of 1st Its itrtistic designs. 2nd Excellent workmanship 3rd First class quality. 4th The price ut which it is sold Something (o remember is that we carry only The Best Goods from The Best Makers The manufacturer's guaron-tec, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician LM^UHUitlOK STHIKfc. Mas Had nn Effect on the C. I1. R-Snys Mr. Whylo. W, Whyle, vice president of tho J1. H. In n recent interview ni Win nipog, said: �'A groat deal of ei�,il consumed for domestic purposes in the west !us nm GRINDING*. RAMBLING REVERIES t�Y A DREAMER. Cards-ton Slur: Whj cut pun ve ttiTnnBvd this, us fur us our in-lluoiiee could go, so there wouUI bo a supply in plenty for the winter seivon, nii'l in order thnt there j-''niilrl In- siifllclonl in store to enable us to withdraw pnrt of our equipment from thnt for th-! wheat movement this year. | "This year the shipments hn\c 1 lnvn snvnll, uml this stock, net up i'lliil not proceed at the sumo time, ; so thut the company, during tho in-I itinl singes of the movetneiit of the j crop, hud to divert cars to take euro , oi coul ro;|.tiitvtvenl�, to endeavor lo ! '--'oncernod ' plnre the public, us far us it lay in ; our power, in the same pos.tlon ns | ut lids time, last year, with ros|>oet ; to their domestic fuel supply, an I ' hnve personally .concluded that the comfort of the |>ooplo was of more importuliee thnn the mere adding to the-quantity of wheat lhut vo could get to the lake front, us compar-d with similar ditto Inst year. "In the handling of this fuel supply we hnve always figured on equipping our flat cars, employed In Improvement service spoken utf, with sides and ends, but in this also we I icon hampered, liecuuse we ! iii- Ask your ticket agent for ticket* [via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To-- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points East and South found it impossible to get mills in the west to deliver the material to us ns fast ns we can put them into such service, the mills being over-taxed anil so far in arrears with the business on hit ltd." uv ivy nml in the suniv torul District is cut oil. Will Messrs j scold his wife who would never think Fihluy, Simmons niul Woolf k.ndlyiof hivnt-hiiuj a hnrsh word to his explain why they allotted Attorney sweetheart and many a wife will look General lo mutilate I lie I'ardslon | glum and morose on her 'husbntv.l'h District? return who had only smiles and � ' words of cheer for him when he e as Nitntoli News: The depurl meiil oil her suitor, agriculture has issued a suppli-meui j � � � to Crop llullelin No. i\. resismg the j Don't repivss the lmoyunt spirit ol estimate of the crops in the L-th-l.tour children: half an hour of nv-rrl-bridgv, Raymond ami Stirling ills - j nu-nt around the lamp unit lirelight triels. This supplement is issued on ! of a home blots out rmmy a care account of a protest from the l.eih-' und nnnoyniice during the day. ami bridge board of trade claiming thaiMne l*'st sitfeguinil tbey ciin tin,-the original bulletin both the -v - ! with them Into the world Isthe un ported acreage ami the est imaieil i sii-n Inlliieico of a bright little do-yield wore too low The supplement i ''vstlv circle. I'm homo first and htves Ihe estimute prepared lit the ' foivmost: for there will come a lime Lethbriilgi- board of trad.-. It �i!l!�lr'ii the home circle will U> itrokcu. notici-d that I Ik- farmers are less ' u ln-ii you long "for the touch of n over the crop es-tiiiiates tanishi^l hard and tin- sound i�f e than the grain bu\s -j voiiv that is still." uml when your late dealers. Severthe'ess accurate ! greatp.M pleasure will lw in ix-inem-crop reports have a value, and ilie j bering that you did all in >.fir |iow )/ethl-ridtf peopl are jiistilied ,u eulling alteatlon to any glaring i r-rors; but they made a 1'igge'- roar than wns called for. An esj.uutte i> only nn estimate; the report of lie acreage an.1 yleltl after tliivshittg i> what tells the story. The Alliert.t ilepnrtmeitt of agriculture Is remarkably elhcient in its work, and is en titled to high praise, even .if it his not yet attained perfection, l'erfe-t-ion should never lie looked for -v-rept in the opposition Hut the attempt to mnke political capital ml �if tho failure of local correspondents lo report to the departm-nt. is too silly to even bo contemptible. I er to put a song under evvry -burden I to make each other happy. j COMPANIONSHIP IlK.YMWrt.. There is a wise old German saying l hat "Only a goil or a brute can dwell in solitude." Men ni.d women luvsl conireninl compui.ioiiship, both lor the sake of health and happ.liesi' MonKUN MAHHI.UII'l. Half the ninri'lngCH In the world are nolhing but bubbles and barter. A man wants a a lie. Ilo casts a taut I tor an even exchange. In a year hits .'.red oi his hnrguin. In live years j love Is dead, nt.,1 cold-browivl toicr nniv lnlu-rits loves garuaiitit. In twen'y years tolerance Is nt its grave antl hale ivlgn.s supreme, 'the wife is ua^yy and prickly ami poeK-islt. The husband is dogmatical and ivilceni and mean. Hut there they hang together on the- bough, like two jjitnrieii ami frosted apples, until the ttViuls of dentil dislodgti them and away they go. The only w.ty to be rid of bubble iimrriago-mar -riiiges Hurt turn otil, eiuplluess with one drop o( water ns the residum, anil thnt drop a tear-.s to educate our boys and girls to sottieAhtng higher than playing with ptja-s and soapy water. Give them something im>iv earnest lo do and set) lh it they do It. Cotn|m�l men and women to choose their life companions with at least a tl.tlie of tlie solemntty tlu-y bring to the selection of a earringfrgcmnnn, travelling agent, il"l - Kobert st., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jus. a Mae.ionnid. ..i the v. Mnoion- V. Pond, general )M�ssenger agent. \ aid Co on his return u> Wiifcilpiv in ktjp iig with a public otluiul lo ,, ,nuv_ sees new faces, iti-.i hus soveiv casos hnve l.eeit permanently ' ^ive vent to expressions of -hat kind , ft.l(.,ioll thlvt ,, ,,roti,lrP,| i,v tne-l .........i i... ; * L. ...... t.c. a mil up. Rest of work gun run teed. Residence-First house east Court' House, on Ha rones* Road. of Central Boot & Shoe Store j:. ii en son Lethbritlge, Alta. was interviewisl by the Tribune and amongst other things he saM: "Things in southern ^lln-rta are in ve.-y good shape ami with a few exceptions the crops are good theru AIhiiiI I^thbrwlge it is rather -teliiptiil -unu-ni in referring t>i the district. lOdmonton Suturday n'.-w - Some Conservative neu-papers are talking iibnut the action of the Saskatib etvan political machine in disini-siiu; Mr. Wood, the deputy altoriiey.geu -I ernl and Mr lionet man. the deputy minister of agriculture. They have Ihvh �e are told, because they were Conservatives. If this t. Ihe case, thf oltence on Ihe pari of the Scott goivrriuiont is (l vert -er-ious one Hut we find that when Mr. Wood wus asked to make a state nu-nt all he sai.r j suih inJ"Pie!, C"tU" bus more Intercourse with his neig'n- '. l,ruS8 stH-lior at market, or nl the villacre I --- grocery, than his wife, who may i ot expression to sis* anyone outside of her own fain-Heporl was a ;|y for xw.ks. Ii Is a great mistake of Yoiinir people to isolate them -solve- Even If their tastes leid them lo tt ipiiet life, they should inaki- it a (�>lnl to cultivate a few iigri^'uble friends For sale by all KEEP annH~ij: n ? Oi o n a a n a n n n g n r i n n n nnnnnri WARM fur coat For Yourself I BLANKET For your Horse NOW IS THIS TIME "AL" \DAMS SI ICIDES. Tho "Policy King:' of New York Ends His Life With a Hullet New York. Oct 1.-".VI." Adams, formerly known us the "policy leng" committed Htncid.. today. Adauts shol himself in the head some time during tho night. Uth body ttaa t'oiiml this morning. Adams hud heart in poor henlth siuc.m Sing Sing prison, when- he ieiv  | u term for having a policy g.un- in this city. He w-as reported to lithe financial backer of tho Arm of M. ,1. Sage & Co., of Now Yor k.ind New Jersey, the olllces of which vire raided in August on n complaint that the company was coiid.u-iiiu-; a bucket shop. Mr. Adams, son if A. A. Adams. Jr.. has declared tlu.t the only Albert Attains, connectot with the Sage company was aim-self nnd that the loss was consid -orable. Ill SIlVNIiS AND WIVES. \ i;ooil makes a go->l j mil' Some men can neither no without tines nor with them: they are wretched aloif in what is calle I -ingle blessedness, und they make their hollies miserable tt hen they ijel married: they an- like Toinpkin-dog. tthich roulil not lieur lo '  loos, and bottled u hen bo wus t itwoen tlntii, as tie-' wo spies carried tl-o cluster il b".sihol. Thev multiply their Joys b\ ; sharing them, und lessen their troubles by dividing them. This is 'ine iirithmi-1 ir. The wagon of care rulb bghtly along ns they pull together mi,I e hen 'l dragR a little heavily, or there's a hitch anywhere, they love each other alt the more, and so ; lighten the labor. FOR THE UOYK. The young man who is always and that Mr. lionet mini hud nothing found around the street corners and to say but to confirm the report whu spends his evenings in drinking that he was leaving the governin-ui . aid pia.t ing curds will ncwr nuioti-it service. If these gentlemen �eiv dis in much. It Is contrary to the missed for improper reasons, it t- natural outer of things. The bo..s their duty to give tho public any in- who s|rem| their precious youth in formation that is in their possession this manner, are tho ones wh�i will It Is manifestly unfuir to abuse ihe. take the place of our day lalKiivrs: adiiilniwtru'tlon In.fure those who are I hey will live in poor houses, aTeeted by the change make an;, poor clothes ami when they come to charge against it. I die thev tt ill lie followed -to their � � J grates by lea friends. Oh. that the Toronto News: Fifteen or t tveii'y ; young men of our land might awit' Din. 2} ozs. Eilen Ret-t Poultry Farm Pwttenlng Station, total weight 11 lbs. 2 o/ for three chicks. Out of twenty eight entries :he fowl of the Old Chief Poultry Farm Lolhhridge, won twenty seven prizes ami oik- tipedal, viz., twelve firsts, twelve soilimis ami three tlilt*.Is. during 100(1 to dale. Messrs. Arthur Young and C. Congo, tho locul poultry judges for Macleod Fair handled tho fowl to the satisfaction of the exhllntor- LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE 1IKST IN TUB AVK8T All onlers sent to the Urewery will reeeivo prompt attention TRY WM. OLIVER --FUR- Everything required in the construction of a BuiMinf, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not sontl all your money to Calgary antl Crnnbrook. Help to build up Letlibri,ft(iti structure in Lloydminster. The liupeitnl bank will erect n lieautiful building in Calg-ury. There is a rumor abroad that the 'J'. Eat on Co. have nmdu nn odor to tho First Pn-sbytorlaii Church for its property at the corner of Third and Jasper, Edmonton. FIRST MEDICAL COCSCIL FOR PROVINCE OF ALHERTA. The results of the clot-lion of in-in hers to the first council of the Col lego of Physicians und Surgeons of Alberta has result oil as follows - Dr. Hrailhwttite, Edmonton His trict Xo. I. Dr. llolson, Strathcona D strict Xo. 2. among evil irtsoclateH, gives tolmc-o Hie, hits tho trie grit, and do serves to l*: helped. It tukes con sider.iblo to turn one's back upon those whom lie has boon associating with and we mlniiro the pluck of one who does so. Our country needs grand and good men, and to leconie a grand und good man. one must be a gitiud and good boy. It ;R a >' rung idea that every boy inuM sow his wild onts." When you sow a crop of wild oals. you must lake time to harvest the crop, and Dr. Simpson. L-acoml.e. District > ihe nop is never anything but chaff ! "Wild onts" need nover ho sown. No. a. Dr. HkjII. Hanff, District No. -1. Dr. Ijufterty, Calgncy. District No 5. Dr. Konnody. Macleod. District No. (I. Vr. Mewburn. I^lhbridge, District No. 7. i The time sper.t ill Rowing wild outs is worse thnn lost, for the l'mo could be spent in sowing ft crop that would yield a golden hurveat. He careful iibnut the kind of sood yon sow, for "whatsoever a man sowoth that shall he also reap." EDITOR'S Hit! SALARY. New Vork, Oct. (I.-The Huston News Ihireaii Journal says: Arthur Hrisbaue, Mr. Hearst's brilliairt editor, has Imi-ii ix-ceivuiB a salary of tffiOOO per month, and as eiAtor he talksdirec-lly to more people than any other eilllor in the world ever spoke to dally. Mr. Hrisbaue, ttho is now considerable of a cupitalis-t. desintl to retire from his vocation of e-cposlml the wickedness of wealth, but Mr. Hearst has plunged him still th-epc-r in the nihilities of riches by makiug a contract with him for a term of live years at an annual salary of 8100,0(10. * i i i A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTrRKRS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. DnnnannnannannnanaaDPnonnaoaDnnnnnnrT Tho new Pure Food and Drug I^aw will mark it on tho label of every Cough Cure containing Opium. Chlor oforrc. or any other stupifying or poisonous drug. Rut it passes Dr. Shoop'a Cough Cure as made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr. Shoop all j along has bitterly opposwl the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure is absolutely safe oven for the youngest tonbo-anil it euros. It tloos not -Imply suppress. Get a safe and reliable Cough. Cu-o, by simply insisting on having Dr. Snoop's. Lot tho law bo your protection. Wo cheerfully rocomnwnd nml soli it. Sold by J. D. Hi-fia-hot ham & Co. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop iuto my now (jtinrters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. .  Tho cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK rjoannannnannonnoacinna S�iH!Hl2lfil�IIIl Danmnnnnnnn' ;