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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PALITY ALCMS; Boefl not make � good article. The design may, ' be perfect and yet tn� urorkmanship be wo pooir as to spoil the artistic effect. The three QiMlity, Dctifa, Cxecl-Ical WorkiMaahip Have played a very im> uortant put in our Bterling Silver Spoons. The mannCaotnrers are oonoeded to be among the beat ailversmith* on the continent. SPOONS APE raOM IS to $19 A DOZEN And have our unoon-dltion|d guarantee THE LUCKY PENNY. Wm. C Uphardt Jeweler Optician T. E. Patteson OTT BLCCK �1 CataU, latttraac* mi4 Commission AgtAt Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insnxancein the beat companies. Besidential Lots, Modem Pwel. lings. 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^- MilwaukM. Ckieafo. m�i All PoinU East mni So�rtk Convenient trains, Pullman sleep-ers, Free reclining chair cars* Dining cars. For full information address M.>T. Beigemann, travelling agent, 371 Bobert at., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. O, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. (Ity George Hyde l�reston in son's Uftgttzine.) Pear- WM. SHAW Fainter, Paper UsOffer, Decorator, �gent for Empire ^all. Papers, frooi fic. a roll up. Best ot work guanta teed. Residence-First house of Court House, on Daroaesa Road. Grocer McAdoo & Van Horn Carta((e CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAtPEUVERY Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-First dr;itftjtli of Sal vaWon Army btnracki..,,. Telephone 77 ^ . FUR COAT For Yourselt BLANKEST For your Horse N'OW 18 THE TIME .TO BUY----, Honfier & Hutch^ vTtas qfflce of conmtlNtioner of imtnl ' gration in 13ng|and has been wbol-ishMt by, Hon. Ifr. Oliver. A fencral a�Mt in,London in tbo person of i*. ,Valher,;iir new brick bank that stood close up against it. Bud and I'ete loolocd at the bui d-ing, with its aggressi%-ely new sign. :t�bertyvilks Bank." with ins'rtnct-ive'professional interest. While Bud and Pete was inscribing on-the hotel register the names tin;y were using at the time, one of the passengers said to the landlord. "That's a.fine bank building next door." "Yts, sir.'' answered the larjdiii-l with priilc. "There ain't anything like it anywhere else In the country. And oW JBrown built the bank up from nothing. When he,took holt of it, it, didn't have no deposits to speak of, .and now .t is bustin' wHh money." "You have got a pretty fine town here, I guess," went on the passenger with an eye to a good room. "Youbet we have," anstrered the landlord, with an approving glan'X at the speaker. "All the modnrri improvements, including a hold-'ip laat night. We got the fellow, though, hut I ain't allowed to .H;iy where he is," ho added with a coiu-probensivo w;nk, "because there was considerable talk of lynching, seeing as he had held up one of our nu>st prominent citizens and hurt ihim pretty bud. The sherifl t.iou two gents together?" hanslied. turning to Dud and Pete. Dud nodded. ' "Well, in Ax you up in a room on the ground floor, if you are agi�e. :ii(fl>le. Hero, .loe, show these gents 8. It ilon't make no difference which. They are the same siaa." . ? �U)ltiinc|-pae. topk their ijags. fusing the boy's offer to carry them, and followc�i Mm down a hall to tlie rear of the house. No. 6 and No 8 were opposite each other. Irii!;!^^*! w.-l.l .vou have?" asked the boy^ttirowing ppl^n tWdooi-s; iKid-tiJOk out. the i��nriy. ' "It'sXo. f�." he said. Pffto nodded and they went into .\o e and cloned the' door. Bud sat on the bod. "Ain't this the lim.t?" he Vcmanil-od. ''^Thore is Barney over at Mill �ty wltb things all;.re�dy for. the lob., the got^away fluck and ail, ani here )fe. are, Ih this blooming metropolis, and w-e can't get anywhere.' "It's suro tough on us." grinneJ Vote, "but maybe if wo was .n Mitt CHy we might not find Barney." vyes," agreed Bud. "there ain't ao ilopendonco to lie placed on Uti-ney." . the lime we was at the i>nnvors hi\n)ags, they worked sw'iftly ami sure ly, minute after minute. Finally Pete whispered, "I>id you hear that? Wo are nearly through ho wall. That was plaster falling on the bank floor." Bud nodded. "Careful now, Peto We don't want no bricks tumbl>jig down and rais.ng a rumpus." Pete put his hand into the open -ing. "There is a hole plumb through" ho announced. "There ain't a sign of light. The bank is as black as .vour hat. A man what piHs up Khuttors,and keeps no light burning ought to be roblwd," ho added with conviction. SwiTtly enlarging the oponing thoy soon had a,hole big enough . for iijan (o go through, l^ote thriist his hoad and shoulders in, nr.d taking the lighteen th-j vault for you." llud nnd Peto turned swiftly, and looked along the barrels of a coui)lo of rides into the grim faces of the men at the other end of tho gu-is. VXo.w, gents," went on the drawling voice,, which belonged to the taller of tho two men, "just kindly, put up your har.tis for a nwnute. Take away their arsenals, llaiwnond' ho added to his comrade. "All right, Shcrin," said the marshal, relieving them of their wenf>-ons. ".Vow thoy are,'harmless us kittens." Tho Sheriff tui^ned gcnialiyi to Bud and Pete. "I was really sorry, boys Iti stop your work on that door, lie-cau.sc I never had a chanco yet to see first-class artists at work, and I would like to have seen how fho trick was done. But you see," lie went on apologetically, "the door is quite expensive and old ntnn Brown would ha\-e kicked, and. besides, T didn't want to put you boyn to too nuich trouble, for there ain't'a cent of money ir.' there." llud looked up niHl grunted atAn -tclligible things. "Vou see, boys, tho joke is on y >n this time-this aiu't^a bank. This is the cHy jail." "The deuc.> it is!" growled Bud. "Honest to goodness, boys," su'd the .sheriff. "This building is just nnishcd and will t>e a bank tomor -row �vhen old man Brown moves in from tho old place down tho street: but tonight it is tho jail. Tho old mar. said, seeing as how the diy .iair isn't strong enough to hold anybody unless ho was dead drunk, aitd seeing as hon- we had a despor -ate character on our hnmls in the shape of a hold-up man, that we might use it, as a jail till we couM get a train out with our man." "1 don't SCO no man," growled Hu> vault anti looktsl at the occupant. It was Harney! "The devail!" exclaimed Bud, and he took sonvething from his pocket and threw it violently through the open door of the vault against tho opposite wall. The marshall werrt across the room and picked it up. "It's a penny!" he said with surprise. "It looks like tho first deposit in the new bank." he laughed. "Well, gents." sa+d the sheriff, cheerfully. "just make youraolvos con�fortnbIe in tho vault. The marshal nnd 1 will sit in the door, sociable like. I ain't got old man llrown's )>erm'is�ion to use this for a iail for more than one man; but I guess he won't mind, seeing as Ihiw you boys kind of ir.vitcd yourselvc-j. Tx-astwise, I'll chance "it. civic iMJblicity Tho Monetary/'rimes Has Sonu; Advice on the Question. ac is Mnlf of the art of miaking money consists in knowing how to spend nwney. The misur does not make money. He hoards it. Saving is v incomparable virtue. But in .tscU is not a constructi^'u method of quIHng tvealth. Thero is that ttat scattercth yet incroaseth. Tho f�.i proine moiK>yniakor is ho who dopos its his gold where an inferior visjon scewonly a place in which to lose it The nrinc.ple holds good in civic affairs. The Controller who has onl, an eye to saving money may cp tho tax rate down but he utll kot the city down also. The one achieve incnt of Mr. Jos (.hainijerlair.'s rut iwr for which all men praise him, that ho madt, a slum area in It.r mingham, one of the ilnest streets in Christendom. Ho did it liy Inducing tho city council to pledge its credit for the purchase of a slum area, let the land on ninety-nine years building leases and to dictate the quality of buJldings t^ bo ercctei) upon it-all for civic roventio some where about anno domini 1970. The function' of the civic manager on this continent differs a little from that of his brother in Europe. There are fow men in the old work) who ha\'e seen the infancy of any town With us, tho god father of thousands of municipalities laro still abo^'u earth: and the rightful business of any civic authorities is to enlarge their pt^ulation by precisely similar methods to those which enable business man to extend hia personal commerce. Municipal advertising has become an institu'tion in Canada as well as in tho United States. Vancouver has a one himdrcd thousand club, Winnipeg its development and industrial league. Sintilar cities such as Re-gina. Moose Jaw, Calgary. Edmon ton. Prince Albeirt, haw their or ganizatior.s for spreading abroad their own attractiveness. Even To ronto, after much dllatorltwss, has WOlJ.VDS, BRUISES AXP BTIRXS. By applying an antiseptic droasing to wounds, bruisea. bums and like injuries before inflojiunAtion seta in, thoy'may be boalod without maturation and in about one^hird the time requirod by tlie old treatment. This is the groatcot discovery and tri.umph of modern' surgery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on the same principle. It ta an antlacptlc and when applied to auc^ inJurioH, causes them to hcaf wry quickly. It also allays the paih and soronewi, and pre\-enta any danger of ' MojJ poisoning. Keep a~lK>ttl� of Pain Balm in your home oiid it will sa-'c you time and money,;not to ment  ion the inconvenience I and suffering such injuries entail. For.sale by alt druggists. An Illinola boy was oaoe aakad to write an esaay on Maaoniy. and this is what he wrote: King Boio> mon was a litan who lived so many yea,n in the country that he w w the vhole push. He waa an awful wise man, and one day two women came to him each holding to the log of a baby and nearly pulling it in two and each clalmihg it. And King Solomon wasn't feeling right good, and he said: ''Why couldn't the brat have been twins, and stop IMjd this liother?" And then be call Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets * I Teleplione 153 I ; The lost Exacting Standards I Ofcriticm prevail, and only unequaled quality finds ' * favor wish us.----_____ JI All kinds of fresh and curjd meats. Fresh fish V. ;