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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta QUALITY ALONE Does not make a good article. The design may bo. perfect and yet the workmanship be so poor o� to spoil the artistic effect. The three Quality, Design, Excellent Workmanship Have played a very important part in our Sterling Silver Spoons. The manufacturer* are conceded to be among the best silversmiths on the continent. SPOONS ARE FROM $8 to $15 A DOZEN And have our unconditional guarantee Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Rest Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent "Nr. Foster's Case. (Montreal Herald.) tl Ivglns to look ns though the Insurance Commis'.loii ininht add to the interest in Dominion politics 1*.-foro they got through with tin- ;n-vestlgation .nlii tin' affairs of r o Independent Or;liM' ot Foresters. ' ho ' report, of yosterdrt.\'s proceedings mitke� rather complicated rending, but It '.t wore near-ran god with tin eye single to the ease of Mr. Fos;or, which no doubt interest more people than the ease of ,the order Itself, it mtc.ht lie stated something )tkt> this: That the Iii(|i-|vni>i t. .xo.mo fill In niuilitnin'u.r >\m unlit i 'i!y, ami a great lwliever in the uses of advertisement; That he at one time was !.*.h;c.*l to U-l.cvc he could make good use of certain Conservative politicians, being probably Induced theivto by Mr. Me Gilltvray, his chief lieirten -ant and their old associate; That he started with Hon. W. II. Montague, a member of tho Cab.nct of 1800, whom ho sent to Australia, whore the doctors injudicious i�. plication of certain fine arts of iho Canadian lobbyist had the untownr I result of putting the Order out ji business; That he continued with Hon CSeo. E. Foster, whom ho made manager of the Cnion Trust Company, and in that capacity a port of supenor guardian of tho investment funds of the Order, the Trust Company hav THE FIELD OF SPORT. I Cricket is a game providing henlth-I tul exercise not only to tho player The Curling club 1ms reorganize.] 1,111 also to those who arc trying for the season with the.se oiUccts I'ntron-lion. V, U. DeVebor. President-A. 10. Humphries. 1st Yice-l'reiiidonL-John Bruce. Und \ icv-Prestdent-1\ ltouney. in SvcreUiry-F. Uow. Con.nl Hue-1'. 11. Barnes, II Scott W. Oliver, (I- II. Johnston. John Kenny. / to keep score. It Is a good game. Next to chess, ,1 thtnk it is the most exciting game 1 ever, witnessed. As a matter of fact, 1 did not see nil oi the game. I saw part ol the game ; I wmi'il have wen all of it, but 1 hud bought my steunmhlp ^.ckvt and could not wait o\or another week. | "Vuu can see for yourselves, gen- The following skips were elected ] Henieii. that each country has iis for the winter: Nourso, Oliver, iv.x-j peculiarities and that in our iithles.io es, llobllison, Itogers, H. Scott, Ikirnes, (low, Kenny, MoKwon, llru.o MucI.ood. A ml iv w Scott, Knston John llriice iiiul A. K. 1 luiiiplii ,. o led by fancy and Impulse in their choice of reading matter. Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via tho Wisconsin Central -To- Ry. Milwaukee, Chicago. an* All Points Enst sad Sort* rson�: ; That another grist 0,000 stock in a land company. That Messrs. Foster. McGillivmy and their associates turr.od over the land so acquired to the Oreo* West Land Company, adding another flft> cents an acre to the valuation, kkv 9100.000; | That the directors of tho lar.O j company were directors of the IV r.t ; Company. That Messrs Pope und Fowler anil their friends, when they heard .if thrift > cents an acre pr�>fH. demund.;^ thnt I hey l�> let in on it. iind wur-given S.-�.IM>0 stock, in the company. That all the lands Mr. Foster'h land company had were paid for ot with the Trust Company s inon-y. ; that is the Order's money; That 2I17J Hhureti of the Uind Com ~ : puny's Mock somehow got ,uw.iy from the Trust Company, lieing "surrendenil" by the directors of the l^ind Compuny (theinwdves); i That about SOUO.OOO of the Trust 1 Coinpnny's Hinds were employed m these deals; Thnt at the oiitvt the expectatior. was the transact ion would l� clos.-il out and a prolU mudu for tho Order In six months, whereas at tho end of a year and a half nothing had been done; That all this timo Mr. Foster was in expectation of going back to P-ir liamont. and hoped to do so when the occasion offered: indeed ubout this lime ho was beaten .n North Ontario; That Mr. Foster ceased to he manager of the Trust Company in May of this year; That, he refuses to file with tho *^/0� commission tho stock honk of th-; --  Great West Land Company. j This is in tho o\tdenco so far. ! Later no doubt, Mr. Foster wij; j have tho opportunity to let lignt COAL DELIVERY! in,� whttt iook" liko Unrk comcrH ln ____ parts of It. Is It possible that tho knowledge c*oul ( ,f �.|uit was to como out has kept ; Mr. Foster away from tho moetln-n he was inilted to address in Nova Scot in these past fow veeks. If bo .1 is to his credit thut, with his personal record in some measure under criticism, he chose to suspend his public appearances until the matter was cleared up. Mr. Foster is very zealous nt>o-ii pn'aching that tho honor of public men should lie maintained inviolate It goes w.thout saying that ho will explain anything which seems smirch his own and on tho face of yesterday's evidence there does seem a good deal to. explain.  A new jobbing firm has iwen formed in tho city with (l.L. Vroomnii, the we.I known hardware man and for tho cowpunchers' aggregation ' L. (', llurnip, a sWUed meeha:l.eal during tho season just closeil. ex|n�rt ut the head ot It. The firm "Watty" Watson, who is up from will do a JoM'.ng business tind will Calgary to wrestle Sutter, tiriius haiulle farm Implements, gasoline en word that tho third baseman ami S"ies, automobiles, cronm svperators catcher h�vc retired to their home-"1"' similar lines. They will have steads out near Days I and for the | three different lines of binders, vo winter. During the Imll stmson both I I'ties of threshers, iii.d other lines got It. on the stampede to the lHiys- j aecordtngly. It is stalid that th.\v land country ami located a homo-| Imve purchased u two storey ware-j cause Its dinner Is withheld fropV hit Mend, on which they intend to sjvr.d ; house from the Jobbing Co. | ,, ,,iMl. tov ,1,.,,',,,,, n|ll| Mo shl. fc " \ the winter w�iti..1g for next seanon voTHINd TO vrtn "m' 8,rikl'8 'h'� and the nu,�h ,' when Alln-rta. will have a league and j NOTIHN0 TO H.AH. jt.p sflvs. -pOMr I||tlt. lHiy. ft(UM. (,av ft|| , throw our banquets at one who >. vo, h|m. nolhlnR ,, ^ ftl a generous patron of sport , hon^ part of the tl.m. at' .u.y .punish him- ,� , , Americans are becoming an out- mt(?. x, w|th m,, , h�-J�rh�ps ,o, but ,�,� sH, door people, formerl, we were n-� comuilt hllnwlf wa, ,lH. ,lun>NhT ^K"r,h"' '"1'"V ,' >'UU """"l presented as pursu.ng the Almighty .|>lrl ,, ,0 h,Kher n-pumtlon than Dollar. Hemifter we must l�. rep , & ||mh,r ftnU HUw ^ rcHnrtiHl as pursuing the sitver ,ro- , Mo- SotUng wi, BO Mu||t lhe phi- hung up by some foreign dig - Mghar facultk.s of ,ho nUfK, M lnttC. Hilary. Twenty years ,K, poker was . ,v,|y. an|| BQ ||1|lcUvlt ,M so our national post-ime. Today it is , ,, lnaU.Volont ,, ,, ^ iday.,1 only hy the ol,|. the Awi.il V(,lnntorv lMmom to,,^, ,,,,. and thoH' who need the money. (ng "As a nat'on we have betaken our- I ___ vlves to the bour.dlng billow. th.. It ,s so easy to criticise one's � w, ----- ....... -.-.,, grassy golf links and the i.I.i.kI stain .,.|.;hiMir who has gone wrong In! ,h nr'..[^,m ,ho ,w8,nn,,�B. front ed boulevards. It is onl.\ naiur.il morals, or muilo a fiiMnre in business � ^ that. In devoting oo.s,Ues to nit ,,,, M, lmr,, to giw credit for the ef-door amusements and athletic sports ,-,.,-t of the inlluenoes impelline him to we should be more or less imitative lhs,Ml.r ,x,,r wnlch hp hnH neop|e. und up to nlioiit a month ago used Iho same hin^ua",!' man than lor und Cosh must accompany orders ull Offico-First door south of Sal vutiou Army burmcks. Telophono 77 KEEP WARM A FUR COAT For Yourself A BLANKET For your Horse KOW IS THE TIME TO BUI'---------- Horner & Hutchison W. R. RWdell, K.C., of Toronto, 'has been appointed� Judgxi of thy tllghCourt of Ontario to succeed the late Justice Street. The now I'uro Food and Drug l-�aw will mark it on tho lubol of e\-ery Cough Cure containing Opium. Chlor oforro, or any other stupifyinK or poisonous drug. Rut it imHses Dr. rthoop's Cough Cure us made tor 20 years, entlruly free. I�r. Shoop all : along has bi-tterly oppostsl the use : of all opiates or nurcoticK. Dr. : Shoop's Cough Cure is absolutely | sufo own for the youngest 4hiIh�~-and ; it cures, it does not tJ.mply suppress. | Clet a safo und reliable Cough Cu-o,' by simply insisting on having l�r. Shoop's. I.ct' the luw Imi your protection. Wo cheerfully recommend i and soil it. Sold by J. D. mgtn-1 bothnm A Co. "Willi your permission, uenllein.a shm-s did not succeed. If they did I should like to call attention to; they would often find tlto mun who som�� of these differences. In the! went wrong, or who fniltnl. was m-flrst place, in spite of our U-st . f- utbsl to groat credU for standing T.' forts the Bnglish ulways have e\ - so bravely under forces and bimleti-celled us in long distanre running that might easily huvo owrthrown Tho only t.mo we ovvr won nn �m- his nccuseis. Sometimes the portant. road rucc wus in 1811.when who fails Is a greater hero the visiting team pursued the local i,lu,th,.r who wins, champions u|o,,f? H�c- Atlunlic coast - without overtaking them. In the I'l.ANT A IU�8K FOR TIIK previous contest, ubout forty years. ISO. earlier they out run us. '  � � "Take it on the wuter. The Kag- ^ l�- "Kind words can never iiio" �inj. -sjieuk kindly. s|wak uppro\ing)y. "Football i� not tho same here us cheerfully, before tho ear is dumb to in Oreat llritain. They huvo jierfcc- tl" earthly sounds while >vt thol-ted over there whtit is known as heuru cup lB things sealed up in th mile away tho sjioctators sit quietly ; Imart to tn' suid after thoy uro dend. along tho side lines und send tolo-(K">' l^'fore, say whllo they uro H- n� puthic nK���8�8 of encoitrugeiiwMt; ��>d need tho symputhy und lovu to tho players. Ixist spring 1 wil-jhiituun kimlness alond can give. The nessed a chumpionshi|, footbull gamo roses, the ll> wers intended for thoir ut tho Crystal pulace. There wei-e J hearts to lieuutify and ch�or while K0.O00 spectators pn�seiit. Twenty .v'-t tho sw.vt echo may com�> buck west side boj'h ">� a vucuul lot run j d. nay. wrathfully, if ho were cricket game the spectators want careful to koep his own papers in thoir money hack unless one team order, and perform tho twenty other pun.sh hint. Many a gallows trng  oily has had its beginning on ih..j mother's lap. We wish we could ; write it in Imperishable. glowing ' letters on the walls of every home- i obedience, trtsil.enco, olwlienc.*,' to law-to household law; to (mn-n- ; tal authority; unquestior.lng, instant exact otiedtence. (Ms-dience in tbe! family; obetllenee .n the school1 | i� the beginning, fi gllnuiu'rlng intellugvnce In the child,, there Is expression erf law lot there be taught respect for it at.d obedience to It. It Is the royal road \ to virtue, to good cit./enship. it j the royal road lo virtue, to good > citizenship. It Is the only roatl. TORMRNT8 OF T UTTER ECORMA ALKVYED. MALTH^GCOMPANY, LTD _______ VI ���o�oo�oscc���ecooecoo� MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, leer, Ale and Porter TIIK HKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to tho Brewery will receive prompt attention TRY WM. OLIVER AND Tlio intense Itching charactvriNti.-of oewnw. t,tt,.r ||n(| ||kc 8k 1 oases i� inHtnnt]y ^ ^  '�* C hamu-rlain's Salvo and ZZV �overe cuso* haw ll0c, perman^. ; �"�! by it. F(,r8ulc bv M"* I druggists. * n" -F(JK- Everythinf required in the construction of n Building. Lumber nnd all kinds of Mill Work ;i g IIKI.P Ol'RSELVES. A CXIQCK MACHINE. (Edmonton llulletin.) Col. E. R. Edwards. K.C.. lately udde Renor-\l , use In the largo business houses |n the east und Culled States. When-ever Mr. Kilwiird* wishes to tfi\v u I letter ho put u blank cylinder on * The Most Exacting Standards Of criticm prevail, nnd only unetpialed quality finds fnvor wish us.----------------�--�---- All kinds of freah nnd cimil meats. Fresh lish three times s week. -------------- P. Burns & Co., Ltd. ---Telephone jii-- tho machine and tulks Into a record-' er which makes an impression on the! cylinder. A numlwr of letters can Ihi dictated in rapid stircesslon. ami a | record kept upon a correspondence I shoot which tells the exact position erfectly as by the human voice. i THE DIVIDEND NOT IN' SIP.Hp. Toronto. Oct. 8.-It i� nnnounco.1 by tho National Trust Co. thnt u complete list of shareholders of the; Vork County Loan and Havings Co. today comprises 110,000 ir.dividiujs or claims, nn�l that tlierp uw svwrul shareholders not yet reported. Rougtily sneaking about SSOO.ooo ^hus already U>oii rea.'-zod on the assets. The National Trust Co. desires jt to lie known that they do not y,t know when a divwlond will l�o -\, . cliired in ror.nection with tho affairs of the York County 1�nn. nor can the lime oven bo forenstcd. RTC MA.IORITV FOH WHITE. lVntbroke. Oct. 11-The complete rnlums of thn liye-elertton in North Ronfrow are: O^riUl White, Conservative. 3,tng Thos. Mnrrnv. I.ilvrnl. 1142. Dr. MeKnv. liberal. W*- fA. EASTON & CO. I MANUFACTlTREHS OF K HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES, LROBES. WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. g makes While's matorHy over Murrav, ^ . n,.._ - i  -- .......nuM'i |091' WaJority over both IthoruU i more limn 1.000 tallies, trivial things he has time to do in'823. McKay loses hi. deposit. 1 ANOLD TIMER -wrrn the- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CJOARS IN A NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters nnd convince yourself that I am up-to-date.   The cleanest aud brightest shop in Southern Albartn. GEO, HOUK ;