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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Oar Silverware Commands Attention I BaeauM of 1st Its artistic designs. 2nd Excellent workmanship 3rd First class quality. 4th The price ut which it is sold PRAIRIE CHICKEN SHOOTING (liy Newton McTavish hi i lilo'v.) Toront.� Something to remember is that we carry only The Best Good* from The Beat Makers The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler - Optician In comparing the solaces of Onlar-Ip (arm life? with the inversions that are thrust upon those who have staked tht'ir chances for nm'.-'rut. things on the productiveness of the western prill ric 11 Is perhaps wvll t.o appreciate tho fact Unit the east hus passed the point where nature gives place to art, while the west Is sei.r-wly yot uwnre of Its own prin�'.tiv�-ness. IVirhaps this Idea may be. illustrated liy the uxporionce of u limn who .went joyously back to the scenes of his childhooil, relishing even tho anticipation of again costing a hent pin into the cool retreats of ledger trout anil then exercising the extreme rapacity of his rude tackle In the hope of landing a two-pounder safe upon the mossy hnnk. Fear -fill lest forethought of a renewal of his youthful delight were lending him beyond the hounds olesM certuainty t>y tho Jarring s|n.>ctaclc Iwfore him. Th.\f the wheat llohl. and, more import ant still, to hurry away as if land seeking were th� onlj thing worthv of attention. rilK FAUMKK AND T1IK SPORT. T. E. Patteson OTT BbtX'K Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential liols, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. With the opening of the sensm today, every town from Winnipeg 10 the Rockies will give out its quoin of huntsmen, and the unsuspicious linls will fall thick ami fast. I'll ..... ,,. , u , , ,, . with the or guilty of hypor real "sport goes forth fully be | ______ .. ,...... ...... . ...... lecked for the occasion, with lenth [via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- t'V.'l potato patch: the blackbirds, the quail and the partrblge. Oh, they were but things of tradition, and as for the trout, well, all the colored flies and gut-hung hooks from the kit of .. drainage or evaporation, but still PRESS GRINDING*. I'raiilnook , llvrnhl: Tim ,lMti,lMH will hardly find an abiding place in Hrllish Columbia, even If he Is a British subject. In tho first place he conies from a climate and a country that never hail a working man. Those people cannot work Realise they never did. And what is moro they will hardly prow a competitor to the white laborer, as tho Chinaman Is. What Canada wants Is a laboring |ieople that will nsllnU� with the white laboring people, wll'> be white In tholr customs and their habits, will lie one of us. Those kind of men will furnish the foundation 1 ir the greater Canada. Magriith Pioneer: To watch a dance In Mngrath is pretty noar.j responsible for the following; "lKinc-ing is hugging set,to music." The correct form of dancing with regard to tho relatlw portions of tho dancing couple, Is being styled. "Old fashioned and out of date." It may Is- but it is most certainly the uust genteel and ladylike way of conducting one's self in the dance. The pivsence of liquor-the smell of taint ed breaths and tho witness of unsteady limbs are other deplorable features. We want not to 'be classed criticism but It really does appear that the time has come when some thing decisive should Ihense. Hut not sol |-:dnionton Saturday News: A. I. with the farmer, for above all oth- | Itolicrtson has a letter in the Oko-ers. the one who tills the soil and , tok� Review which is a strangi' pro tempts the game Into his own -on- j duriinii for a limn occupying * fines is the one who gits the cream honorable and responsible n post us ofthe enjoyment afforded by th!� the leader of the opposition in the royal sport of the prairie. i provincial legislature. The ivcent RANCH li.ANCK IN AIM ZONA. Waiting Turns for n Wnltr.-� Wnllllower Stunt. Men Ho The farmer waits for the cool ie evening, for the la>�t hour of the . n� westem twilight. He does not i i!' for dog or shooting clothes. :>ui drives forth in democrat or sur.vv. with other members of the fuiii'l.s well primed for the occasion. He knows near enough Just where 10 trip of the mein-bers of the legislal ure to Southern Alberta he chur.m-erizes as "a complete faree, n shanv ot the first magnitude aho a revelation to the public but not to the opposition of the real spirit of the cabinet." This Is a strong beginning and we expert to fin*I some - In AliXOliu, when we were n their windows we'd tell them we'd conio to have n dance. "I never saw anybody yet that wasn't tickled to see us. While th* family was dressing we'd come in and clear out the duds in the big room downstairs, anil when 'tie girls come down in their white dresses and Ivst rilrtions wv was ell ready for'eni. Next we'd sklrtuis'i refreshments and get In the neigh  bors. who was all woke up by that time and ready for doings. "Then the party began. "And those dances wore dnnce.-t. you can Just bet. Why. there isn't 'li all the I'nited Slates country finer dancers than those girls. Yo.i see. they are always in demand. It was the men who did the wallflower act. Of course, there weren't enough women to go around, ntarriod or singlr. mi we'd .split dances part of the time tlh- men would skylark witli each other or wait their turn to waltz with n |x�tticoat."- San l-'runciseo Chronicle. * CRAVEN * SMOKING MIXTURE INVENTED 1JV THE III EARL OF CRAVEN IN 18(i7 DR. J. M. BARRIE SAYS.-"What I call 1 Arcadia in 'My Lady Nicotine* is the CRAV1 MIXTURE' and no other." of the wvaih- � er has not jet given way to e.isv complacency, and, above all  the charm of genuine neiglilm-li.iol is still iiiu*sturhed by the �t i . .1 . ion of social distinction i ..iss iiuperiorily. I'UAIRIK CHICKKN l�AV. Uoul>tU'HN every person has hj.trd some account of the famous I'l.'.rio chicken. As the season for iiie I'.l-ing hi this most edible game i pens tiMl.i\. September 1A. it might i ol lie against tho law to say aim�thiiil( about n sport that in the w.�si is widel.i regarded us intensely g,irdiiig the precise sig n.ticaiii-e ,,i tiuit ex.nupiion. and ii i.boi.iiiis ,,nt 1,1 season is uny in-dicatciii oi ,.,-nial conditions, it is I nslniiishiiii. h.i.v .ei..,, nine h.iii-*, holds run out ,.; the tirst staple of ! tho dining-room inan's in-j herent deslrt' to Nhoot A well-groun-dt-d explanation of this human weak iness is that it reipiirvs giVnter markniaiishtp. greater courage s nil j greater cuniAng to hag prnirlo chick ens before. Septeinis'r 15 than nfler j wards. I am not sufficiently con-i science stricken to give King's fivi-denre in ni,\ /.eal to support this theory, hut my e\|>erieiice is a id�� Dough to warrant the usscrlie that this diverNion from the every day farm lifr of western Canada is equally faKcinatiug in season an I out. OCT OF SI'.ASON SIIOOTINO. There is this dilTeionoe, however that Iio lorn Beptenvbor 1A. tho game is not so wary as it is afterwards ami il is more plentiful (if not m easily located) than when tho tilled land has boon stripped of its saffron load and eiiger huntsmen go out stubble between stooks of gold.-n �rain There are no fences to take down and few rules ugainst 11 . pass to ignon>. The neTghbor's fi rmits '.be i.i ses to quietly turn that way !� iiiostcus.'s scarcely any stalk: i-^ ,s us pi i red. for so long us -i i.i, i ^ not afoot the chaickvns hvciu |.. r sue their meal un|h*rturb.'d. '� ii- n within gunshot of the >..ok tl > horses aro reigned in and tho>..ortsmunlikc. except, oh in tho case of tho close electors slapped .square ill the face. \s u matter of fact, slops of considerable length were made at at the places Is'liveeu Calgary ind llacleod and nn opportunity given i., look about any of them. Hop reseiitut iws of the various municipal ittcs aci'ompunied the train down to Macleod, ninny of them staying with the party during the trip out the Crow's Nest Line. Ample op portunit.v v as thus given to � u-i to think of a man who refers to the fact as "a hIiiuiio of the first season. th., household is short of j "-ugnitude." Nor is this all. It imMt. The correct way is to wa.t  w�" .W*1**1 n��Hcarriagi. of Jus for tho chickens to rlu and the,,;"10 11 In th. �,- shoot. If more than one lull wltlil""' dr;;lc "f tlw cM,wt �n� shot it is aot the most de^ir -1 �,ftl m*1T ��� version -to exploit LilK*ralism and to able thing, for it shows that Hie shooter cures more for slaughter than for markmaiiship. The- mot ho l of higher civilization is to single The was cup tare the Mormon vote." How was this programme carried out? Titerc was not a single reference to poll ..... ,, . i tical issues in any of tho speeches out one bird and shoot twice if he t ^ [MtMn ^ oll first: doM not bring him down. Hut ^ ^ m|l If the first shot is �'ve >* P�"- ,,, lh(. ,X1H>1)S0 of ,,,. lr;p. lu. sible to g,.. stil. another^bm v itb u, the other barrel. As ihe chickens | . .  seldom alt rise nt once- �m ugib' |n-r son will soinotinies reload fust en ugh to drop four or five out of a Isjvy of ten or tiwlve. There on-st-.11 six moiv left for another occasion, or if darkness has not ; et fullon tho rig may be driven on and the chickens aroused onco inorefrom the spot whero they alight forty cods ahead. Having gathered his game, tho farmer and his followii.; Irive imurlly -home, ami to-morrow, when dinner is announced. there will |h> ample proof of tho fVtness of these thing*. llesidns chicken-shooting there are other characteristic sports of the pniine; for instance, the opixirtun -ities uTordod for comfortable duck-shooting Hut that is worthy e separate chapter. CIIAMHKItLAIN'S COUO-II REM BT�Y ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN so. but it is not likely that these will prove to have reached any verv large figure, for all that tho excir fiionists did not pay for themselves was the actual transportation from the time of leaving Calgary. Even il U costs tho government u fulrly largo sum in mooting) that, the mou ey will be well ex|k>nded. The tio will enable the legislators to deal more intelligently with tho needs of that part of the province and wilt do Southern Alberta all kinds of good in bringing its resources more prominently ln�fore the public. That its people will hnvo any sympathy with Mr. Robertson's dintrilio we cannot for one moment believe. Ills letter is the production of a man of small vision who is .very much out of place in tho position that he occupli>s. The most successful medicines are those that aid nature. Chamitarlain's Cough Remedy acts on thi� plan Take il it will allay tho cough, relievo lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions und aid nature in restoring the system to a hoalthy con � dition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counter  acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price 35 ccnti. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by All Druggists. The story is related of a man 4-ho iiKirtgugixl his farm to buy his �ife ii pair of diamond earrings. The wife took in washing to pay th.? interest on,the mortgage, but tho whon you have a cold and r,-K, j,i, )ost ,IW, ,f tho dKum -lho ' uiiiIh in the suds, v horoupon she inisi to hang herself in the bar.i, but tho rope broke und she fell on a_ Jersey cow worth 8120 ami broko its back. Her husband then undertook to r.hoot it to ond its m'sory. but the gun burst and destroyed his eyes and his wifo ran off with a lightning rod poddlor. The mort -gago is still on the farm- HELP FROM Till-: HRITIHII MEDICAL ASSOCIATION'. tCtuilrihutod by W. C. T. t") Of more ihiui unusual signifU-nnre is the gathering togelher of the llritish Medical Association in our lair Ontario city. Toronto: and the Alliance, was many a note of warning sounded against the evil elTeits of alcohol in their profession. Sir Victor llorsley, of lu. England, stated that the "attitude of the profession in the obi country wns practically the attitude of '.he Hrllish Medical Association." Sir Victor llorsley emphasi/.sl by the quoting of statistics, how great was the fulling olT in the use of alcohol as a medicine, he stating that 'he expenditure in the seven great London hospitals for alcohol -|o year* ago was 8l"�.i)l�ii, today it is less ' than SI.'.,lion. The expenditure for milk forty years ago was, i today it is SID.OHO. So that Hie two substances had pract ically cluiu getl hands. Sir Victor llorsley further stutisl that "researches hu.l ] shown that the resistance of Hi. { body to Infectious diseases was dim 1 iuished by alcohol, and, therefor-' � new forms of nutrition wore. U'ing � adopted in fever hospitals, and in general practice alcohol is given i ;> for other drugs." More than one of the speakers em phasi/ed. the necessity for com pulsory teaching along Schuit'ic Temperance lines in the public schools. Reference was made to .he fact that three years ago 111.into iiioiuJk'I's of tlh' iiKslieul profession petitioned the English fiovernmentto introduce Scientific Temiierance teac'n ing in the public and elementary schools. This action was really :b." outcome of the action of the Hril>b Medical Association and was com numced by them some ton years ago Dr. (!. Sims Woodhead. of Cambridge expressed his delight Hut such u change had come over the medical profession in regard to .he use of alcohol as n medicine. Dr. Woodhead recalled the statement of Dr. Muirhcnd ami many Hritisli medical men to the effect that thi-y never hud any fear of puetimon : patients who were total abstainers Dr. If. O. Mussey. of Huston. Pr. s Idont of the American Society fir the Study and Prevention of !n -ebriety, in a happy speech refercl to the development of "a most n Ilueniiul sentiment against the use of alcohol" throughout the 1 'nit'd Slates. For those and other tokens of rn awakened sentiment among thoughtful, intelligent men. of the impotency of alcohol as a medicine and of Us evil effects as a lievorago let us th.n.k Hod and take cnurago. We Handle I the Best I; Lines of Stoves and Ranges HicK (8L Wahely The Loading Tinners, Plumbers. Kteajn and Hot Wafer Fitters. Telephone 1 III. TRY WM. OLIVER ----FOK- � Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and ail kinds of Mill Work Do not bpwI all your money to Calgary antl Crnnbrook. J'} Help to Intilil up.Letlibridgt- and a local intlustry by imtrotii/.ing J  Oliver's Planing antl Lumber Mills. Ollice, Ynnls and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets ' * Tulophouo | The Most Exacting Standards | Of critieiu prevail, and only uuptiualctl (Uiality finds fy favor wish us.---- - --------------- 4> All kinds of fresh and meals, threy times a week.----------------------- Fresh fish P. Burns & Co., Ltd. ! ----Telephone M---- % It is understood tho census figures will show h population of 185,000 for Alborta; 200,000 for Saskatchewan and .100,000 for Manitoba. Tho C. P. It. has refused to on-toitaln tho proposal of a union depot at Itogina. A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS JN LTRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. 3rinrGannaaoonnnnnannr.iannnDnnnnnnn Itticumatism is not incurable. Stub- i born? Yes! Hut Dr. Shoop's Hheu - j nuatlc Ilcnxuly v ill if faithfully used ! drive It out of the system. Its the blood that's at fault. Poisonous sand got into the joints and muscles. Dr. Shoop's Ithoiuna -tic. Itcmedy prevents this. It drives Rheumatism from tho blood and then Rheumatism dies. We recommend and sell it. .1. I), Htglnbothum & Co. Premier Itoblin of Manitoba, Ints announced that a general election will tako place in Manitoba Moro next summer. iBB^BBBBBl AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * Juflt drop into my now quarters and convince, your-self that I am up-to-date. .  Tho cleanost antl brightest shop in Southern Alberta. CEO, HOUK jyonnnrjnnrjnqqnnannnnnnona^ 64 ;