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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta fe QDALiTY mm - Does not make a Kootl article. The design may be perfect and yet the workmanship lie so ]ioor 08 to sixtil the artistic . effect. The three Qttftlity, Dctifffi. Exeel-Icikt Workmaathip Hare played a very important part in our Sterling Silver Spoons. The manufootureilB are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS APE FKOM IB to |I9 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler Optician "Mr. Foster's Case. THE FIELD OF SPORT. T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Kcal Estate, Inturanee �Ad Commitston Ag�at Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. Ask your ticket agent for tickets (via the Wisconsin Central Ry.  -To- Milwaukee. CKie�go. Mi All PoiatB E�tt aad Smrtk ��  * Convenient trainis, Pullman sleep, era. Free reclining o^ir can, Dining cars. ^7^^ For full infori^aUon adJieM H.J. Beigemaihn,.Ui|^Veillng agent. 371 Robert |t.i St. Paul. Minn.; or Jaa. C; Pond,'general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Whk SHAW Painter, Paper Haairer, Decorator, gent for Empire Wall Papers, from Sc. a roll up. Best ot work guaran teed. Residonc�-FirBt house enat Court House, on Baroacss Road. ol Ask Your Grocer For This Brand McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must nccominny orders all coal Office-First door aouth of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 KEEP WARM FUR COAT For Yourself BLANKET For your Horse NOW 18 THE TIME TO BUV-'-- ft Homer & Hutchison (Montreal IlciaUl.) It iHjgins to iixik us Iliciigii i he Iii.siiriinco ("oinniissioii might luUI to ' the intorost in Ooininion ijolilics Ih.>-| fore lhi\v got throiioli willi tlio 'ii-} vi'sligntioii .nlii ihi- nn'nirs of l^ol In's procootliiVAS inukp.x ratluT coinptinatcd rcadiii};, >in il It wort' noar-rangwrt with tm o.vv .siiKflo to fho cii5�? of Mr.. Foslor, which no tloubt will inloiTst more people than (hp case of vtho oiilor itself, it might Ije stated .something like thi.s; That the TntlopcnOonl Order of Koro.stors i.s a mutnnl hcr.c/H society doing a larpc Inisincs.s. hoiv md i'l.sewI�orL'; That nr. Oronhv'.loli'a is its :i. .i.l tv sort of lionevoK-nt ili\.v Mr. Mc OUUvray, his chief lieuten -ant and their old associate; That he started with Hon. W. H. Montague, a member of the Cab.nct of 1896, whom ho sent to Australia, where the doctor's injudicious ip  plication of certain fine arts of ihc Canadian lobbyist hod the untowar:! result of putting the Order out i\ business; That he continued with Hon. Citio. E. Foster, whom he mode managt;t' nt the Union Trust Company, and in that capacity a sort of superor guardian of the investment funds of the Order, the Trust Company hav -ing Isoen acquired (or the purpose of luaking investments H a stiperi..)r way by superior persons; That another grist of Conscrvat ivc poHtioians, inclutling, it seems Mr. Fowler, M.P., Mr. Rufus I'ope, ex-M.P.. Mr. Lofurgey, M.P.. and perhaps (though this is not so clear) Mr. Beimctt, MP., got from the CanacXan I'acific Railway Company an oi�tion on 200,000 acres of Und at $3.50 per acre. That they turned over this option to a syndicate .n which were Foster and Mr. MtOilUvray, at a profit of a doUaran acre, say $200,-000 of which they received $150,-OOO in cash and $50,000 stock in a land company. That Messrs. Foster, McGillivruy and their a.ssociates turned owr the land so acquired to the Great West Land Company, adding another fifty cents an acre to the valuation, sn> $100,000; That the directors of the lar.il comp.iny were directors of the rr,i';t tilompany. That Messrs. Tope nnd F'owlcr anfl their friends, when they hoard af tli" fifty rents an acre PitjOi, denuindj;; that they be lot in on it, and were given $5,000 stock in the company. That ttll the lands Mr. Foster's land company had were paid for with the Trust Company's monjy, that is the Order's nwnoy; That 2!S7i shares of the Land Com pany's stock somehow got .awa.\' from the Trust Company, lieing "surrendereU" by the directors of the I^nd Company (themselves); That abdut $000,000 of the Trust Company's funds were eni{itoyod in these deals; That, at the outset tlio expectatior. was the transaction would closet out and a profit mode for the Ofdur �n six months, whereas at the end ot a year and a half nothing had been done; That all this time Mr. Foster was in expectation ot going back to Parliament, and hoped to do so when the occasion offered; indeed about this time he was beaten .n North Ontario; That Mr. Foster ceased to he manager of the Trust Company in Moy of this >'�ttr; Tlmt he refuses to file with the commission the stock book of th-; Oreat West Land Company. This is in the evtdonce so far. lAter no doubt, Mr. Foster will have the opportunity to lot lignt into what looks like dark comers in T>art8 of it. Is it possible that the knowledge of wliat was to coroo out has kept Mr. Foster away from the meetin-h!ios were elected ix>pre.sentativcs to th..' Allierta Hranch mectins al ('iil^ar.\ . Fdinoiitoi. Hullctiii: The basoljall game lias appariontly soeurod ut least two pcrniiancnt settlers for Alberta in the person of Jack Moyiio, the handsome blonde who plays third base for Calgwry ond Charlie Foal, who performed behind the bar wire for the cowpunchers' aggregation during the season just closi-d. "Watty" Watson, who is up from Calgary to wrestle Sutter, briii.j;s word that the third baseman and catcher have rwtired to their honie-.(teads out near Doj-sland for the winter. During the ball s-oason both got ii. on the stampede to the Days-land cotintry and locatvil a ho;iio-Rtoad, on which they intend to s!i>er.d the winter waitir.ig for ne-vt season when Alberta, will have a league uimI they will play ball untlcr national protcctior:. Sonio of the other ball-ploycrs in l^dmonton and Calgary sec the v is-dom of the homestead idea and, as "Wild BiW" says, when you can !;c( ICO acres of good ball licld for nothing, what's the answer. ] to keep score, i Nu.xt lo chess, X UAnk it is the most j i'Acitiiig game 1 ever, witnessed. As ja matter of fact, 1 did not soo jill lui tlie guiiie. i saw jxirt ol the ganus jlwou'dhavo swn all of it, but i I had bought my sicainMlvip ttckvt and ' touUl not wait over anu'lher week. "Vou can sec for youfjiclves, gen-llenivn, that each country has iis lieculiurities and that in our athler.ic l^asllines we have not merely copied from >t l\oiior this evening is a royal goxl fellow and that he is the real in-.'.piralion of that Ijeautiful American .sciilimcnt, "The Lord loveth a cheor-lul loser." A M::w FIHM. A new jobbing firm has been formed in the city with G.L. Vroonian, the wt'.l known hardware man and L. C. IJurnip, a sfcillod mochtt;�.i'al e.\|)ort at the head of. it. The Arm will do a joW.ng business and -.vill handle farm implemeiits, gasoline engines, automobiles, cream seporators and similar linos. They will have thix\> dilTorent linos ot binders, .v o lines of threshers, nr.il other lines aceowlingly. It is staled that th.-sy have purchased a two storey ware--house from the .lobbing Co. KOTinXG TO FEAR. .\t a banquet to Sir rhos. Lipt.jn in Chicago, Geo. Ade, the humorist, made the following clever speech us ; reported in the Chicago Tril)iint': George Ade �trealKl of of tin-topic of American sports. "As, I understand it," said he, ''we were giving this dinner to glorifj' internal -ional sport, nnd that is why wc have chosen as our guest of honor the best international sport on i-ecoid. It is quite proi>or that we should throw our banquets at one who .'s a generous patron of sport "Americans arc lx>coining an outdoor people. Formerly we were represented as pursuing the Almighty Dollar. Hereafter wc mu.st Ixs represented as pursuing the silver trophy hung up by some foroisn dig -nitary. Tw-enty years ago poker wus our national pastime. Toe ashanuKl of doing, it is loafing without aim pr : purpose or profit, on the 8tre�Hs or m stores day after day, all �x>ck. 1( you have nothing to do, stay at home-�. part of the time at any late. No young man with any .self i\!spect will content himself with as-Mriiig to no higher rvputation than a( a chronic loafer and store box magnate. Nothing will so blunt the higher faculties of the mand as inac-, tivity: and no inactivity is so baneful and malevolent in its effect iis that voluntary idleness tcimod loaf-ing. It is so easy to criticise one'.s neighbor who has gone wrong in morals, or made a foCluro in business nnd so hard to give credit for the effort of the infiuenocs impelling Wm to disaster, over which ho has no control, that our criticism of others is leisure momont.s, but e.\i>ect of some one else? Would it not, be txitter for sister to teach baby-who is jid er.oiigh-to button his own . shoes, than to do it for him each morning as a duty.' TEACHING A CHILD TO RE.VD. Most chiKlron lei\rn how to road, very few what to read. Parents semi the little ones to school, and there they learn to g^t the thoughts of others from the printed page, ut the parents too often forget that this new ac(i!uisition iimy bo usepoS'^' to lie one or what they would have been, or what they would have accompHshe-i had chey l)een in the other man's people, and up to about a month place. They do not stop to ask why the fellow that was in the other shoes HO bravely under forces and burdens-' that might easily have overthrotvu his accusers. Sometimes the mun who fails is a greater hero than another who wins. PLANT A ROSE FOR THE LIVING. - ^ � \ . A rose for the li\ing and not lor the dead alone. A 'rose now, and do not keep all caskets of lovo an.l tetulerness scaled up until o�r frienilu are dead and prejwred for thn quiet grave. Better-far better- to fill their lives with flowers, love and is Joys. "Kind words can never die" -sjieak kindly, speak approvingly. ago useim)shntcnts than sparking, foutwh.jii the child reaches such an age that they are u.seful, it may l>e too lato.. his teinjier may have grown into a dominating force in his character that cannot be eradicated. A'others som�timcs say when a child shows a v;lc temper and shrieks a good leal that it would endanger his life to punish him; perhaps ^o, but you sHil more endanger his future if j ou don't pun.sh him. Many a gallows trag -edy has had its beginning on tho mother's lap. We wish we could write it in imperishable, glowing letters on the walls of every homo- obedience, obcd.ence, obedience",! to law-to household la�v; to |>aren-tal authority; unquestioning, instant exact obedience. Obedience in the family; obedience ;n the school: Wherever, from the beginning, from the first glimmering intellugence in the child,, there is expression ot law, let there be taught respect for it and obedience to it. It Is the royal road to virtue, to good cit.�Knship, it is the royal i:oad to virtue, to good AND ----- s� citizenship, it is the only road. TORMENTS OF TETTER ECZEMA AU.\YED. The intense itching characteristic of eczema, tetter and like skin dis -rases is instantly allayed by applying Chombcrlolin's Salve and man}' severe cases have been permanently cured by its use. For sale by all druggists. . W. R. Ridden, K.C of Toronto, "WW been appointed� Judge of the HIghCourt of Owtario to succeed . � the late Justice Street. The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of o%-ery Cou^ Cure containing Opium, Chlor oform. or any other stupifying or poisonous drug. Btrt it passes Dr. Ahoop'B Cough Cure as made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr. Shoop all along has brtterly opposMi the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is ahNolutcly safe own for the youngest balH!--and it euros, it tloes not F/.inply suppress. Got a safe and reliable Cough Cu?o, by simply insisting on having Dr. Shoop's. Ixt" the law be your protection. We cheerfully recommend and sell it. Sold by J. D. Wgln-botham * Co. ing' so that they -8tal palace. There wore 80,000 spectators present. Twenty west side boys on a vacant lot can make mora noise than was imidc by the 80,000 that day. If we ever got 80,000 infuriated partisans togeth.ir at a football game in this country somebody would have to send Sec -retary Talt to intervene, "The game of football itself is essentially different in Amorica. W? haw taken the old fashioned Rug'hy and by elaborating the tactics and changing the rules wo have mada it an intellectual contest. In Knglim I they pla.v football with their feet. Over here we play it with our hojiiN "Oolf is not the game in Chicai-o as H is in St. Andrews. Golf in Scotland is a long and silent journey devoted to prayer ami mod;t.it-ion. In Chicago the object in playing golf is to get back to Ihe nineteenth hole. "Could any two gantos toe more dissimilar than hnscl/nll and cricket'? Over hore we call a score of 1 to 0 a good ball game. In England at a diNlurbod, nay, wrathfull.v. if ho were I>roving thjngs sealckl up in th-, heart to be sold after they are deiid, say before, say while they are living and need the sj-mpathy ond love human kindness aloiid can give. The roses, the flrwers Intended for their hearts to beautify and cheer while yet the sweet echo niay come back tu .vou; clothed in hallon-cd perfume, "thank you." HELP OURSELVES. We have often wondjarod why it is considiTod Toms duty, to xnJit, on Mary and why Mary is expected to clean up Tom's litter, hang up his coat and hunt his bat. Both . chii-rlren consider themselves martyrs Would it not l>e much pleasanter for each to do his or her own work? It would have the effect in after years of mnl.tng Tom a more orderly man and a bettor husband-should ho Ik?" come one-and of making Mary a stronjfor woman. We have often wbirderod why molh-or's memory and hands must serve for a doJien persons. Would It not be lietter for all concerned if mntii-ov's kindness contained more of sel.'-assertlon and less of He1f-s�^criflco? Would not, at times, papa feel Ic8.>� A UNIQUE MACHINE. (Edmonton Bulletin.) Col. E. B. Edwards, K.C, has lately added a novel and interest -ing piece of furniture to his law oi-fice ertuipmcnt. It is an Edison business phonograph, fi'tted up with a recorder and reproducer. These machines arc coming into getwral use in the large business houses in ihe east nnd ITnitod States. Whenever Mr. Edwawls wishes to give a letter he put a blank cylinder on the machine and talks into a recorder which makes an Impression on the cylinder. A number of letters can be dictated in ropid succession, and a record kept upon a correspondence sheet which tells the exact position on thrt record and the number of it Then the stenographer comes along and by placing tubes to his cars, is able to hear the words spoken into the machine reproduced as perfectly as by the human voice. THE DIVIDEND NOT IN SIGHT. cricket game the spectators want their money back unless one team carofiil to keep his own papers In order, ami perform the twenty other Toronto, Oct. 8.-It is announced by the National Trust Co. that a complete list of shareholders of the Vork County Ijoan nnd Savings Co. today comprises 110,000 ir.'�-eleeHon in North Renfrew are: f^'rfiUI White, f!on�ervatIvn. 2,1�8. ThoR. Miirrav, Lihornl, 1142, Dr. MnKav, Tjlheral, 203. White's mejority over Murray, l.-02A. Majority over both Ktierals, makes more than 1,000 tallies,' trivial things he haii time to do in 823. McKay loses bis deposit. ^ CRAVEN V� SMOniNG MIXTURE INVENTED BY THE III EARL OF CRAVEN IN 18(57 DR. J. M. BARRIE SAYS:-.'mat I e�ll the Arcaaia in 'My Lady Nicotine' is the 'CRAVEN MIXTURE* and no other." AN IDEAL riPE TOBACCO MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND Wallace O. Hoselton The Lending Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Alberta, The Ceotral Hardware Store for Yours IF YOU WANT Stoves of Any Description Cooking Stoves $7.50 antl up Heating Stoves* - All Prices GOLFIXG SUPPLIES CARRIED IN STOCK G. L. VROOMAN at LETHlBR[DgE^REWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD ccocc MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, leer, Ale and Poiter THE BEST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR-- Everything required in the copstruetion of a Building, Liimher and aU kinds of Mill Work Do'not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to bnild np Lethbridge and a local industry by putroniising Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bomiias Streets TelepJione 153 Tbe Host Exacting Standards 4> Of criticm prevail, and only unequaled quality finds favor wish us.-�-----. __ All kinds of fresh and ciirto.^ate. The cleanest ami brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK 1(1* ' i ;