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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L. SleflieM Mail KMkci'aH Wh�n y6u come to the Me-tropoUs stay mt the li^i . .� � r� II Taken 9 Palace HoteH? |$I.Od per day i opposite C.P.R. Depot I Stephens * Kiickendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta NEWS OF THIS Taken From Southern Alberta Papers MMMJIIC REVERIES CAUOHTOS. .1 (From the Star.) There is some t�lk in town of the poii�ibitit>; o( startiDj; a ITuiipitul (or one employer ot^ labor near by oKer-cft yijo (jcrmonth. 'lell your (riendei thut Cardston carried oA the tirst inize at. Winni  peg for Winter Wheat, it'c told you before now go to and teil your friendH. I without .stint, and iht-rc i i(us pokus about it. 'I'hu flower garden of Mm. i^. M. Johnson, is said to lje the prettiest in Southern Alberta and will ttj photo'd and used on souvenir card.s. This morning a Tabcr fanner dis-londurable, played a defunct prairie dog, which It i.�f far I'aiii for |iarent.s lu .�iee their Jiille i>iie.s siiliVr ; with the iUtle �i'ial.s and biinli'iis of life, >vhic|j It is'that llify siuiiild h.^r, than tlo lhs,'lvi s. Itut IK) cliild can dovi'lnp .sirciigiii chacacier wilhouL .siich liiV- (li.scipliin.' (Mil' liiinian love ntiisL l�; ri'ui.'ili>-il |ihat the diviner and iiulii-r luvi.'nuiy was no ho- live vithin us. 1 KEAN'S tHii STOKE FOR ^reih Strawberries. Cherries I Toouktoes, Asparagias Cuevpibers Letluee Oranges Baaanas Leaoas �tat,of CaA4ica at litkt Prices ICE CftBAM AND IC� CREAM SODAS A apAcialty. Our Snmlnoa i are ilt^liciotis j. W. Kean & Co Oppoiite P. O 'Phone 98 Glazing Graining { W. M. BAMBIC I Painter and Decorator Carriage Painting a 8p(>cinlty ^ KalaominiuR Pui)erhan);;ii)g TOWN LOTS Reaiiioiitial Lots in Blocks C" and "F," Apply to | H HACIftTH Real Estate and Inanmnce. i UAGRATK. (Magrath Pioneer.) Mr. and Mrs. "'George Washington HoathcrMhaw entertained '.'�t homu" last Friday evening to a number of Invited gueHts in conmncmoration of the second anniveraary of their wedding day. The .evening was spent in playing gaincs and the partakint; 6f refreshments served by^ the hoittcs^, assisted by Miss Mabee of Bprinig Coulee^ ; Mr. Frank Crismon passed through town on Sunday enroute to bia honde in Spring Coulee. Mr. Criitmon has liecn visiting in Lethbridge uiid point.o north. There will be a special train every week from Lethbridgo to Magrath, t)�aring land buyers and settlers for the land already sold. The country is going to fill up rapidly from noy; on. FBV'SIE, (F*o"tn the Free Press.) Basafasteinan Cerow. who went through on the C.P.n. express this morning, was missing from' tlie train when | if reached Mor'.Bscy. Tl|* Femic oillce waa notified and the train went on without him. Mr. Reading reported the matter to t�e police and Constables i)ruihmonda,ni 1 not; -'yet >eturi�ed v xho jgravel trainwhich went over iite j line, reported n'o'news; Oerow-4s in jold employee of the company antd i hns lieon on this line for a numiber�r I years. He had a weak heart and t^e j supposition is that he (ell off the I car during a'spcili of lilness. -j The Waldorf hotel changed hands jon Wednesday, Thoptas Poguo giving i it over to Messrs. Thos. Daggs and Tony Kuskie. The Femie branch of the Homo Bank after an unexpected delay, op- Therc are lives of weuiisome monotony which a word of kindness can relieve. There is suIToring whicli words of. sympathy can make nioiv and often even in i he lIli-TO OH; ! midst of wealth and lu.xiiry cstpcct that �h�; would learn much of the depth the tenderricss and''thd constancy of hur t,oi'd by the love or her biib'band before h>'r eyes, but she 'has iK'cn grcvitmsly d.sappoiniod. 'I'ho hii.sbnnd-the ChrisUnn hus..ari't -i.s to love his wife as fhrist lov.-ii ilu' ((lurch and gave him.sfU for it, \i\t\. aInM, has not your conduct bu.>a ,a caricature of the action of Christ Lotvurd the church? What a rurc cliance, what a dislingui.slied priv'il -.ORO to glorify Christ and lo com -j I'ort the wife of your heurl and home !you have It.'t I'as.s by! But ii not j too lat^. fJo to her now and own -; ing tho failure of the past, I e.{in your home life over again from th/> and BUGGI JNst Received Three Carlotds. Comt Eriy Olid s�t First choice. . ho secured two miles out. The far- 'hose who listen and lony; in vain tner ren�arke�l that the animal must'for some e�pre.s�ioh of,>d CNURCN JMRJEaOSY. CATtlOUC Cllt'UCIl. Sunday Services:- l^ow mass, 8.BO a. m.; high .iva^s, 11.00; vaspers, 7.80 p. m. Daily Service*:- MaKs i\.iW a.m. Father Van Tighem. ST. AUOL'STIXE'S CHUHCH. (.Vngl'ican.) nev. .r- S. Chivers, A.K.C., RcotDr. llev. David Jones, D. .\., AKW;t�t*.iti Maitifls at It.OO a. m. Sunday School at 3.0iO p. m, ISvensong at 7.30. Celebration of Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in tiie montit, 8 a. m. (Ptoin), and 11 a. ra. (Choral.) 'ird Sunday after Matins. Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m. Daily Matins and Kvonsong at 9.3'^ a.m. and 7.30 p. m. ened its doors to the public on yfe^l-nesday at 10 a.m. The safe, which has been on its �iray for some time is now past due and is e)ipected every day. The staff is composed as fo'.-lows: .Tames H.-Marshall, manager; H. S.! Ban well, aceonntant and acb-Ing  teller; J." F. Rurinicki, clerk; Thos. Oorsan, ,)tmior. Mr. Banwell arrived from the head office at Toronto a few days ago. FRANK. (Froiji the Paper.) MARVS MISSIO.V. (No. 3.) Sunday School at .1.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.80 p. ni. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. .1. E. Hughson, R.A., Pastor. Suikday services at tl.W a. m. and .7.80 p. m. Sunday Si4tool and Bible Class at it p. ro. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p.m. Epworib Ijeagtie, Fi4days, ait H.OO p.m. Tt is reported that Tlte Pass is lo have a new, paper, which it is statd will l)e financed and run by the V:.-itcd Mine Workers,,^ J. F. Wilson of Blairujorc who le(t for Cobalt four months ago, is back to stay. He says Col>alt 'iB thi worst possible kind of a (al^ alarm, A, F, Grady was up from Macleoi Monday aneh' and cutting frightful marks in their cars, the poor animals wore left with a herd of range cattle, to lie claim.'-ed later on by some one in that locality. Mr. S. .T. Wing of Taljer owns the cow and calf; hut missed them from the town a few da.v# jigo. Hehad searched thoroughly for thorn and given t'hem up. A iletective Is on the trail of the supposed culprit. C. v., Furman who vas recentl.v married at Tfelena, Montana, hns ro-tiimod with his .voung wife, "Chnr-lic" is at the old stand nssistini; Mr. .Tett in the Taber Meat Mnrkeit. kindness. Speak to whilt- ih.ty can hear and l)e helpi^d by you, foi, the day inay come when all our expressions of love and upiin ci aion may In* unheard. divine poifit of view with new i.leaU ; jj^-. ^ ^^^^^^^^ Lillllbor Co. and new n'-Olives, Voii m.�y y. t re - ' ' tcul the heart of Chi;ist to the heart ___________\_______�_________ of your wife, and make your hoih^ j ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ on earth a modified miniature of your Father's home in Heavfii. Will .vou do if? ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J, W, McNuoT., acncnil ]\lrmniaci in the world. Instead of whining around, exiting only pity and contempt, face about and niuKe so>7i.'-thing of yourself. Roach up to iho statuo of a strong, ennobling ui'ii>-hqod, to the beauty and strength of a superb wotnanhood. Th. re is nothing the matter with you...Just quit .vour whining anil go to worx. S'lOMACH TROUBLES AXD CO-N- STTPA nox. No one can- reasonably hope l$ood digesition when the 'boW'Pls 'con.stipatcd. Mr. Cha.s. Baldwin for are of I'jilwardsville, 111., sa.vs: "I sulTerotI ' from chronic con(^li|>atl,on and stomach troubles for !*jvcral .years, tui, i tiiatkks to Chamljerlain's Stonkaclt ami Liver Tablets cured-' Why not get a Package of those tali �ho-.rou(;'h placos in our natures. Care to say kindly things will drill our natures into kindiirss ft will help pull up all the roots of passion. It will givo us a spirit of seif-control. It will make the cm-science delicate and the disposition gentle. A woman cannot make a habtt of speaking kind words without augmenting her own K^racious tempjor. But belter will be their in-flucitce upon others. If cold wortW freeze people, and hot words scorch them and bitter words madden ^hojii so will kind words reproduce themselves and soothe and quiet and com-i^rt the hearer.. Tiny make all the t>etter elements of one's nature oouio trooping to tin? surface. Tiny molt Great Northern Ry^ EASE ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE "v . ' ' -In �ver)rilcparlmrn> of ' �  - � Great Northern Trains The quitk/caty, comforrahic wiy'to , . .:i'|' SPOKANE. SEATTLE. VANCOUVER. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited and be eonvineed For detailed information address 11. MACBETH. Agent. Letkhridic S. S, -DAKOTA" nHiU I'n.m S.:.'iUlr tV.r Uitj OritMit. St>pt. 2nd, S. S. "MfNNE,Sl>T.\ � s.iilM I'niiii Si'.tttlofor Orient, .Tnly 25 A. SMittird. A. Southard, the (..ethbridge merchant, who is a thoroughly good publicist, and who has the e.xclusiv� agency for the famous "Semi-Beady " our stubbornness. They arouse an ' tailoring. To the Herald the other ' TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOK ALL Kri^PS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON appreciation of better things. l>any and hiinsolif. no mean exponent of ' tlw art of advei tising, said: "In my tour of the West I have not met With a meri'liant with equal ability lo give good, � relialde store news in on never die. , to him." pon TiusnAXD.s. You an- a hiistiand. Vour w^l'c is absolutely at your mercy. She may not have known this when she b.--came .vour wiff, but she has I ei^n testants, many of, whom are handy i compelled to I'eol it since that evcut- 'ful moment. Mowovfr iie.iiloi-tfiil. m-brakenmn on , kind, cruel or |ii'niiriousl.v oppros-ine Conductor Muirsvvestrbound extra, jyou may ho sure '-he has had no was shaking hands with co-laborers ' f, imi.iiM, her woes to Xn.- of the bridge crew on Saturday. public is h�'r . to rclurny.Mn Mrs, D. O. Pederson and son, Ed,'conduct and Mrs.,,Wcatherby antl son, Kon- with the elusive ring. Kenneth Murray, neth, while on a shopping tour weva registered at;, the Balmoral at L^eih-bridge, this ^weok. Several self-reliant Lcthbridgc youngsters, bent upon "roughing it" as only the true Westerner can, blew in from the prairie, this week anu esconced theukselves in their camp at. the river's edge. Their outfit includes tents, horses and wagon, shooting irons, fishing tackle and the ^inevitable baseball equ pment, while the commissary depitrtmont, we believe, is sufficiently stocked to dispensi! with possible foraging expeditions, common to humans of alt ages as necessity demands. It is n pleasure to'record that the boys are having a bully time, what with fish ing, hunting, etc., and as camp fires and lights are extinguished at an piece out early hour, it is safe to report thorn janil bl.'.ss as conducting themselves in a quiet orderly manner. in kind i.s only your injustice to her. that loth vour smTc-s lo inrri-iisf It may l.o ill lie ami l.\ TIIK ftKF.T FIELDS. (Raymond Chronicli*.) iatost from the beet fields is to the effect that the worm p�.'=t which threatened to be .serious b.-ts tlamngod the crops very slightlyi I lie birds having come to the r'iscue with a nobility and voracity tftat la.vs the lieet grower under an everlasting obligation to them. It is a significant fact that those heels' which have Ijeen best careil for have The Hotel Windsor H. �. MICBACH. Proprietor Evt^ry nik'iitkin oivoii t)iotriiv(>lliri;]r public Fi?east from worms. The crop ! ! children she has born to vou, de ^ '"""S now genera ly.rriga.ed ami ! . , accorilinir to the liest informatlori ponds upon h.i- sKill in hulinif iron) i ^, ix. . . . . . obtaitiahle is in excellent shape and .the public VDiir rondiicl to her ,, . i, ,  . , .... sliould show largo returns at nar- I private. Sh.- to smile beioro * j the world to roncal I be wrongs shi.'' j has to enduro. aii'l shi? is coiii|id * " I to silence in fu-iviitn list thi-si- wrongs ina.v be incroa.soil. TOK THE PEST-SERVICE IN LETHDRIDGE STOP AT THE Building pei-mils in Vancouver lor seven months of ItWn rr^ach two iVPi-.N thing to devote ' million dollars. and you have never i The intense itching characteristic iippreciatioa tif hor of salt rheum and eczema is 'instant- She has icii herself to ,\oii indicated .\.iiir action. .She lia.s |i)anned, toiled j.nij ; )y aWaycd by ajiplying Cham^berlain's exhausted th.- r.'souncs of hoad ana i .Salve. As a euro for skin diseases t'lvis salve is unnrpialed. for sale by WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS RAYMOXB. (From the Chronicle.) A fire occurred Thursday evening about 8 o'clock at the Romcrll home out on Kip CpMleo which destro.ved an out bdilding used us a blacksmith shop and containing harness, -.carpenter tools and household fur the, ferry,boat jfccroBs,the ^teUyifiyer. |.,iture. The loss will amount to n and road grade leading down to the jaoo, there was no insurance, same. The,work, is first-rclass. Mr. -jhe Knight Sugar Co. will sh p on iledmark and his, support folded -n, another consignment o their tents and loR the pleasant three hundred oiid fifty stec-ry. W.H haunts of this part of the vlney.u-d �clntyrc will ship a like numlor on last night. [Aug. flth. Mr. Mclntyre is making An .;,he coal mines are working. | ,|eiivery of one thousand cows and Carpenter work .not quite so brisk, oalvcs to the Sugar Co., a purchase but hpuse painting iinil decorating is Manager Ellison recently made, being,done. I iJigh B. Yoimg is up from Coutts, Friday night was,made good this week by the "Big Toe Party:' whatever that might siiteest. There was hand to niini.sici' to your com ort land advanci^ soiii' interests, but noi {a word of gr.ii it uile has ovi-r i soaped jyour lips. .Sbo h;is been confin. d to I hearth and homo all da.v long, to your income, to be.aiitiiy y.....' home and to I.ring forth, lo iciir and to mould the minds of .vour i-hildren, but never itn encouraging word hns I.ecu spoken in her p.irs. Shi- has shown by every thing sini'c she left the tears and tenderness of a ili-voted moih r, thit ,voii arc the oni' who, next to '..'i; Lord, occiir'ii'S ihi> most s.icn d pl.i � in her heart, bui you have not spoji-en the endearing word, not j^ivin '.hi' gentle touch of affection since ihe da.v she beoaiiie your wiV. Vou gave �'nouyh of ih. so-aye, tio mu.-'ji -when you wooed in order to wi'd, but after the wedding the wooi.ig ceased uimI (he wife has wept in xc-rot, hor whole nature has been starved and her whole life, that ought io have been in the p.'^'i'petual bloom of the month of May, has l:ecoine a bleached and blasted desert of dry sand. All this has conu> to pnss for the lack of trifling nltenii. ns, all druggists. NOTXE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate .lob Heed, late of l>Jthbr�dge, in llie Provincfi of Alberta, raiuh.r, do ci^ased. rui'suant lo. the order of th., llon-dated 190(5. a big iUvej[y,erQW(|! prrsent, that kept the HuU ^rehfstjratbusy. Holpr ppkjr^ioa,;�*eaiii, was jkerved I those little marks of nffection, (ho>.e and'is how a gentleman of leisure idelicate acts of appreciation ihii having sold out his sheep interests. !constitute the food and life of a I.atsr he ina,v' go into pure bred woman's soul, A true woman Ramhouillett. sheep or failing that i upon tho outward attentions that possibility, will buy. and brood cat-icome from the heart of the hiwhaid tie.., - . i ishe loves. Your wife has a right to TAIv'l': .NOrll'i; that all persons having I'laiiiis against the above es-laie are roipiired to send to the un ili-rsigiieil, on or l.iefore the loth da.v of SepleuilitU', A. Tt., 1,906, a state-nieiit of such claim, together with the nature of the security (if any) held by thoin, such claim and slate-niont lo botluly varified by statutory declaration. A.M> FORTHWITH T.vKK NOT |Cr. that after the said ISih day of .>^epleniber, A. I>., I!t0�, the administratrix of Ihe saiil estate will le nl liberty to dislribuie Ihe assets of (he said esiute or any part (hereof among ihe (larties entitled thereto, having regard onl,y to the claims of uliti'h she shall then have notice. Hated at Cardston in the Provinco of .'Vlberia, this fiSth day of .luly, A, D., UtO�.  " - SltfMOXS ft BENIJETT, Advocates for Administr.itrlx. DRiCHT and SPARltLINC Widths for llu> �'l(�tlr.iU> Iwm-((itt^tor ih�? hi(j;h tiiid III*' piiccii>lalp Our Fort'i^ii iitid IXniit'aUtv Wiu(Aaart) ^""''�d�'d fiom Ibf Ix^st Krowt'rii at lioiiio. and Hbroiid. m. eTHrov (Nltulvnalc Ikralrr iii WINF'.S', LIQUORS �tiu CTG A R.S f> t VI, LrlUtirUKi-, AlU. I How is Y I Watch RimiUng i Tfi it, always ftist or slow ?� \fi\\/p\\ ia capabl9.^| yoliiliily'dir'ii)aiids'tl(at|c>tfi($li1) 1^1 oiiWw t1r>'/.ons of liHle^il^H P - sprintcs. whwla, jeilreligsi i| ctp -jiist right; or gobd|(' >f liruin!,cibtnitofthofpieationiv: � Watdr -Always liaB Imh'Ii a hobhy . ot onrs. lo do lliu Imi.bI: work: ptidbiblis . . ; ; W. J. ArnBtronjip OPTICIAN ; I '