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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 $88 W. (I. Logan's Kxporloneos During the Hun Pmnclseo Kurthrpiiikc. limy It. tilvor go *tny lo ihul.'i Monthly Payments Melink's Home Deposit Safes Write for particulars or better ttill, come and see us c. E. D. Office, Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, LOWE P. O. Box 114 : Alberta \V. (J. Logan, has taken n position in .1. .1. .loliiislon's drug store, Mr. Logan belongs lo t/mdon, Oni., ami Is it grnduule of the Ontario College of Pluirniney. Prior to coming hero ho spent two years managim? a (1 viw jostled nil atom*.!. J lo had n big steamer trunk ami to rescue It from the fire which threatened the hotel whore he wn�i living. hauled it out on the street iiiwl pulled it for twenty-sown blocks to ii public m|iiurv, where lie �.lopt nil night along with thousands of other refugees. Tho next dny It cowl him *I0 to have his trunk carted to ii ferry. Ho hnd to wnlk for blocks to Rot n drink of wirier. Mr. Logan's estimate of the number of people who lofct Choir lives in I Mm disaster was . Ho has his doubts ixh lo whether Snn Francisco will over regain its old linn* |�ni� -uhilion nnil position n� tho iiicti-np-olis of tho West. r-roil HttllT in II nn' to thi'lr bonds.' " "An' what did ye asked Mr. HVntiPHsy. 'M said 'Mvud niter lnui itnn.t-body's bond whoso heiirl vii.h In Ih' light jilmv," Ktiid Mr. Doolov. t political snrm.K i\ in i:iu:c to Ho( Ire to Supremo Court Illicit-Other Humored Changes. Tin: powrctt oi-� riiK i'ltixii:i� woitn. Ily i*. Dunne American I Mr. Itooloy) Magazine. First Wedding Present --not a trinket, but the most necessary article in the new home -a bag of pimm* FLOUR Choicest Bread Flour in the world. Milled by the latest improved process from the finest Western Canada Hard Wheat Malles Best Bread With Least Trouble willi \m U.SO - HAN HKAHST. 1 Cold-proof * Underwear Staufield's Underwear is made of long, silky, Xova Scotia wool-the finest in the world loi Underwear. The su}*r'u*r tiuulily of wool-together with the peculiar knit of the garments -give the greatest possible warmth with the least weight. Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear comet in sizct to perfectly fit �ll figure*. Every garment gimrau� teed Absolutely uusuriukaulc �t Willie runs a supplement which always lieutK the news; Willie runs for President. with mulling initeli to lose- WilAe's nlnu\K running, whether 1,.\ reipiesl ,,r nut. Whenever there's a vacancy, it's Willi,* on-the-spot. frisky Willie, risky Willie, fotoridt for speed. Prints a rapid inuriuil, so ili.it he . who runs itiay read. Willie Willie Willi. Willie runs for governor ipiite tvg -Ular of late. runs (In, government (or I �� � � III uny rat*'). looks Oil poll I il'S Wit |l S.-I'i !�� Illleltl , fort of annex to Ii-. Cuni.' 8upplenieii: . Wiili,.-, W.iii.*. waulon will ho tpiit ' playing tag-and ne\er it. Willie, ran hi yet lie's Willie once, Init uni'ii riuit roiintttble IVemh of tho ll.X.W'.M. I'., haw Imvii NPDtoiU'od to l.'i days' vonnncmonl in the liunmks at |Uu tloltird and the loss of one month's pay ns a result of the escape of IV. o.y llyson, ag.sl l.">, *uu: He's one type of journalist - Ids .Ion mil's mostly type. When he saw thai I'uddles were the topic of the hour Willie got a Muck-ltake of a hundred donkey pover. ?Uu'ted up a geyser, shrilly shri'dv Ing all the lime; "Don't you touch my mud! I've gnl a scoop on this li..re lime!" l'raiiiic Willie, anlir Willie, alwavs on the jump, Willie found the Muck-Haki* slow, and so he bought a pump. Ilriiiisloiie is lo Willie ((ilile the mil- dest of emulsions- Do wit* multiplied by (Its and l..iws..n in con*, ulsinns: Any groat calamity that com-s tin* world to cui'Ro. Ueud it in the ".lournal" - in ! y. li- lt is a si range coincidr-ncc lliii the In si \ isil lo I tail 1,Moid |.\ a ioveiiior-lieiieral should fx* �*xutfll) .\enl,\-li\e yours ago. Tin* thou (io\.Tii'M-Cctiwal, lite Mari|uis ol Lome, arri\,*d here on the \iUt\\ of Vugiisl. I (*U*l I. and left lor tile south on the :i|si. Tlu> chaiif*,. in ih,. mm is sitnc I hut diile is niiwhere beii.t iIHi-i niii-il than l>> the con nasi i,,.t�|...|| tho in.n|.-s of i fa vol oi I heir I ''.Xcelleiicies. the Muripiis ol l.orn.' and I'.irl tiro.\ The lorui. i leailasl ll.....n.l of the railway track at l*'*riai;e la I'rairie. ami drove iroiu there, by wny of ICapid t'ity. Qu' \ppello. and (luck l^iko. 10 Carlton, whore ari'iie lioio ,\ithm t u.-iii \-lour hours a'tei' leaving W ililtipeg if lie so desires .Old he will not lb.'ii be al the -n I of I he track by nearly Him miles - Saskatchewan I lernhl. "No, sir, us llogaii .says. I catv not who makes Ih' laws or th' money Iv n coiinthry so long as I run Ih' presses. I'ulhor Kelly was Calkin' iihoiit it 1h' other day. "I'hiix* uin't an.Mhii.g like it an' thou* nlver wn�,' says he. *.\|| ih" priests in this diocese lo^ol her preach to i.-liniit a hiindhred thousaiid people wansl a �i*ok an'.' he s.iy-. "all ;h" papers preai h to tlm-e miliyoii w.in-sl a day, aye, twiuiy limes a day.' ho says. 'Wo give ye hell on Sim-dahs tin" they give ye hell all lb* Cm,*,' he says. *l sec a twir'l iv printer's Ink goln' Into u newspaper ,uW nn' It looks common enough. ,\ Imr'l Iv printor's ink, u hnr'l iv tilisood ilo an' lampblack, with a sin-II to it Units half sink ai ' half perfume. Hill i tell ye if nil th iliiinyiiille, lyddite, rorijito nn" gut >utton in th' wiirriibl was hid behind lliim hoops there wud.len't U* as much disturbance in that rar'l as there is in ih' mossy stuff that looks like so ititirh tar,' ho says. Printer's ink! a dhrop iv it on nan little wiirrud in type' ho says, will blacken th' fniivst naino in I'lirisb't.dom or." ho says, 'nmko a vtur to shino on th' lowliest brow,-lie says. 'It will find Its way into millions iv homos nn' hearts m>' 1 memories, it will go through iron dures an' stone walls an''will carrv some message that may turn th' current iv ivry life it moots, fr'm th' linporor iv t'hiny lo th' batiy in 'th' cradle in llannigan's flat." h� isa>s. 'It mny undo a thousand . |�rayei's or start a million It can't Iv escaped. It cud dhrag in* out iv me parish house lo-m.iri'ah tin' uiak  lino ns well-knowi in i'ekui as i am in I In 1st ed Sthr Yi* s.iv it invades t iimrim? nnd fisheries. Honftlor (lodbout w.ll resign as senator, lo Ik* replaced by Hon. Mr. Turgoon of tho provincial gov -eminent.who will replace. Ilrodoui' in tho dominion cabinet. Hon. Alex. Chauvoaii. judge of the police court nt Quebec, will resign ami lw* replaced by Hon. diaries Lnngelier, whom senator (lodlxrii | would sticcood n.� sheriff of Qtioliec. ! Hon. It. Hoy provincial secretary would replace Turgoon as minister of hinds foresls nwl fisheries. ! Alex. Tnsi'horonu. M.l*.. would tic 1 ived Mr. Hoy ns provincial secretary � n � ' - vorii will powicii. 1 Kvory Day a Man Has the Chnnci; To I'rovi* His Strength of Purpose. | When a man enters a store he knows uhul he wants, and if he has Hint ipiiet stivngth of purpose he gets what he wants. If a man giws into n store Co i> *t u pair o' shop* or a Semi-Heady tailored suit he proves his lill power when ho insists, like the mm 11.nn Missouri, on the "Show nv" policy Make the elotk show the tiibel and pd.ie on the garment or art icle. Senii-Hoad.v tailoring would not have its reputation for goodness If '.i had not boon earned by excellence The Scnit-ready label In sown on th. Inside of tho pocket of every gen-' ulin Semi-ready garment. The Semi-Heady wardrobe for l/*llibridge and Southern Alln'i'tn In previd�d over by A. Soul ha id You Can Burn Coal or line ingor CAHU SIIAUK l'lSKD. of tho curd sharks, Ijco Hed-of C'algar.v. who have been op-'orating on tho trains north of Calgary and latterly on tho Crow's .Vest, was arrested on a ch.uge m vugrancy by Clrtef Parry on I'u.-i -day. .lustioo Humphries i.*ir.-'>:.  |:.*t out nf the citv. It makes no difference In the Happy Thought ', Range.' Every Buck Stove has a special combination grate- turn it one way for coal and the other way for wodd- and it works like a charm. The Happy Thought Range is tfuel-saVer whichever kind of fuel you use. It's easier to keep at an even heat than any other stove, and anybody who uses this range will tell you so. There are 130,000 people in Canada using Happy Thought Ranges and every one is delighted. You will be, too, if you buy one. Settlers in new homes will find the Happy " Thought better than any stove they ever had in any other part of the world. It's cheapest to get the best stove first. Ask your dealer about the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE Write for tlUt*.tr�tfJ catalogue-Fret CA* WM. BUCK STOVE CO . Limiu*. ft, antler* Men�re�l Winnipeg ....FOK SALE BY.... G. L. VROOMAN LET 11 nit I I'M IK, ALTA. to imphoyk thi: si'.hviciv Inspector l'.dwards of I In* CP 11. Telegraph Co. was down from !*\l-nary last week and was somcwh.i* concerned oier the tl-riid'i . lit i. li:thiikiimh: alpali a a .k. Iliimphiies has receiviil tho following lot lor Horn lite Camuli-tn ', i.'oveininent Agent at Ureal Kails. Montana. II. Davios: a. K. Iluniphr.os. l^othbridge, AIImuIii. Hear Sir.-I received the Case con- 1 tabling n very fine sample of Al j inlfa, ii. fart the ftnosl 1 over *..iy will si end oil his pursuers ., cluiliee. if h. gets til th lirst. tan .�'\ oi'sight. not yet occttri'iHl. I hope with ye'or cusHomnr-.v fairness ,*.,> will iMmori this correction in a phi." as coiispiciiivus in yo'er valyublo columns as ih' original statement, en thus pro*, iut an' unintentional in jury lo a deseisiu' uuui. ' ' "\ours corjaliy. Alex. Homannff' \t i,\ci: thi: hkst polickman* WD TMi: W*>Hst. " 'Yes. sir,' sa.is ho. th' hand lhat rocks th' fountain pen is th' hand tinti iiiles th' wiirruld. Th' ptvss is fr " ' ' re  iivd on acoiiiit of mental collapKo i)r. (Honhy alokha and ih'' eoiilieil in .ession at ltosoi-iiutii on Sat unlay decided to lill his |.iel and appoint-d It.,1 .oil Mathoson. siipefiiit *ndent .,1 deal and dumb institute ol|le|l.' \ ill,-, lo^ socces-oi al a salary ,,| S7 (Kin HACK |'t� thl WttuTlS." (He chen Savage Ills Sipinw I", l-'ocgol Wont t*UI tn H.,| mil farewell tunl lo Hi'turn. th' whole uiiivitrse what Mulligan was fr his lioat. lie was th' h">:' polisman an' th' worst T Ivor knew. Ilo was a terror In evil doers whin .he was solier an' a lerror to ivry  ' (Jleicheli. f�i | I'.-Considerable |.%-iileineni was viiiised in tho townih'is iilernoon by an Indian naio^l ,|0o Calfi'hild dashing through 1h� nuini Ulreol folloived by the ll.N'.W M.P.. (Sergeant W. Mcleod, the Indian i nioiintiil on a good horse, tho ,..r gP IIOTATOKS. \,.w I'ngland Kanner Piuggi'ie*! When Seokfnjr \,.w \arielies. Iioacoii .lohn \. Ishaui. who has lioeli i'lillivating two or llu'oo strains potatoes fuc half a century ro-ic.'iill.v decidisl to ininrdutv in hi.-, patch a few other varieties, (in on, �>sl farm in North Middtohoto In UiiiiiiI s'-*' named and i umhere.i kinds, not Including this years 'il hugs, resulting from crossing n.if.\ slock with a hardy Souih \uiori in (in lill" Ikeiiron Isham, after learning want lt complex proposition thu potato lir.s'd -r lhat �" stage." Pre-vciili's nro toothsome cuwly tulilvtM J pcevenlics dissipate u!l colds rjHA*!;.' ly, and taken early, when you ,1rm ] (oni that a cold \a coining, thoy check and prevent them, Provontlcs are thoroughly safe for children, unci as pITcctual (or adults. Sold and re-ronnnendeil Sn 5 cont and 25 cent boxes by J. p. Niginbodmin t f'o. STERLING SILVERWARE Dili you know that this utore eaa pluee lH�fore you tut unity of deoendiihle goods in SU-rliiiK Silver-wan* y W'u elo no touch nin lliut wt> nn* not {jfmi |0 giiaraiiti*e - ami hniullu no. IhiiiK lint the output of the moat fuinoutt mukerti. Now, it ouuht to l� worth a koocI ileal to you to know tltia. You nml never hesitate about the probable duality of anything in this line if you come here for it -because wo assuiue all res|ionsibiUty,aud positively guarantee our Sterling Silverware. There muy be snoh u thing as Silverware uncertainties but you couldn't get thorn here, no matter how badly you wanted them. R. A. WRIGHT. The Jeweler .................ml ;