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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JL IT HI Mi DO I, ALTA., WF.DNHDAY, AUQUIT IS, IMI, FAOf THMI We Bid You Welcome to our City 25c. This Small Investment will bring you this Bright and Enterpris- ing Daily to your Door every Day Get your name on our Subscription List and try it out for just one month We will send the Weekly Herald to your address for 50c for the balance of the year. Call at the Herald Office or at our Exhibit at the Fair Grounds and let us add your name to our list THE NEWSY KND UP-TO-DKTE PAPER Tic laii This Week's Snaps UK W Hetort to SK tap ftf 51 lifter hip frm 15 Intone Itfrm iJMft- -II I JnRHtt 21 inston Gibbon 410 ROUND STREET TEUL.PHONE: s w I I I .Reveries ng burdens has become a matter of. those who were tj bury her.' In a pride, the heavy end of the log his! snort she depends bye, repeated the youngest -.heir utter fiiitlj in women. No child, stretching his littlf hands out worldly wisdom, no misanthropic of the window. The moth r paused.' philosophy, no generalization Her heart was drawn towards those little ones and she was on the r.-oint of rushing back. She struggled hard, while the tears rolled down her ch eks, at the sight of her helpless babes. At length she turned from them. The children continued to cry "Goodbye, until their voices weak n the fundamental truth. It stands like tin- rocord of God himself it is nothing less than A SWEETLY PERl'LEX- ING QUESTION presents ifsdf when the lover of all that's pure and good in FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds herself before our stock of'pal- and should put. a seal upon lips j atotickling Caramels, that wont to speak slightingly of 1 Nougat, etc. Only one way women. died away, and the mother with an anguished h art, entered the house of What Money Won't Do Mop. y is a powerful factor nowa- ror TOUT miuy s Every mother should be familiar with the facts contained in our new The Care and Feeding of Infants. It is the work of the leading specialists on Diseases of and chronicles the results of years of study and experience. Write for Free Copy u you nave new especially if you cannot nurse for Ol lillS fcjOGK a free copy of this valuable book. We will ako cost to Wgc sample of NESTLE'S FOOD, the perfect substitute foe mother's milk. It is the best nourishment for even Ihe youagest THE LEEMING MILES CO, LIMITED, ST. LAWRENCE BOULEVARD, MONTREAL. 65 It will buy ;i position in the world test a different kind each tune you buy. Thus settling for good that ours is the most satisfying sweetness in tho world. We work hard d.iily arid houriy to win your ex- Albion Ridge Albion Hidge, Aug. annual picnic took place here on Tuesday, the 4th inst. The day was nn ideal one, although the heat'was a little oppressive in the early afternoon. A great many visitors arrived early in the day from Huntsville, Rocky Cou- lee, and the country around, had- a yeal good time. The event of was the football match arranged to take place between Albion Ridge and Huntsville, the victor to play against Rocky Coulee. Huntsville showed their superiority and won easily by three goals to one, their team being more experienced in the art. In the contest, with Rocky Cou- Jce however, Huntsville failed to win, and Hocky Coulee gained the only goal scored. The remainder of the evening was devoted to racing- and other healthy I sports and everyone departed after having spent a most enjoyable day. Grain cutting will he general in this district this week. Oats are ready for the binder now, and spring wheat will be fully matured by the end of the weuk. The crop will turn out a good average one'all around. Mr. cut his fall wheat last week and it will turn out fairly good. The residents around here are haul- ing out their new binders. Messrs. Welsh and Alex. Blue having been among the purchasers of these machines. A large area is Iwing seeded to fall wheat this yer..-; although the pround is .too dry to permit oC germination. Ram is expected at any time. Mr. Adam Link was out here last week proving up M. Lynn and Ed- ward Lynn and Messrs. D. J. Davis. C. Davis and Ben Davis. CONTRARY TO LEMIEUXAQ METERED WATER SUPPLY Rochon's Candy Kitchen it can't buy the breeding skill and purest ingredients, sary to upholding of that posi- tion. It will buy ;he pood things of life it can't buy the appetite to enjoy them. It will Jcjy superb it can't n gotialo for the prop r knack! iti wearing tln-m. irtdiu ranur DENOMINATE LOVELL Stnnstrad, Aug. Lovcll, It will hiiy a it onn't buv a woman's M. P.. ha.s re.noniinntod for Common? by Stanstoad Liberals. PRISONER SUICIDES Killarm-y. Man., Aug. cli- max of a curious criminal case was AN EXCHANGE Toronto, Aue. Walter E. Pcscott. R. A., of Fort Kouge Mo. thodist ChuTch, Winnipeg, is to suc. c-ed Rev. Klwr Cnunmy D.D in th, of Bathum Street MoJSCT.CTal firps in th1s thodist church here, the latter He was 36 VMrs of ag, and to Grace Church, Winnipeg T" a dray bllsin hero for 1 'the last 12 years. this mrvrninf _ Scanlon committed suicide by poison- ing himself in the local jail. He was on trial windows in dif- ferent parts ol the town and was also suspected of knowing something of Chicago, Aug. is casting water at the rate of more than fighty billion gallons p r year. This estimate accompanied by the protest, is inolunpd in onnusl port of the city engineer, John Erick- ?on, made public today. Mr. Erick, son also takes up the question in his report showing that consum- ers without meters get their wator for less than one-third of what m-Mre users have to pay. H? assorts that tho city is not receiving "an adequate return or n-vonuo from the unrooti-red Ottawa, Aug. labor depart- ment this morning pointed out ihat talk of sympathetic strikes by other railway men's unions to aid the strik. ing C. P. R. mechanics as has been suggested would be a violation of the L mieux act which says that no strike can occur in connection with any public utility, prior, to investigation by the board of conciliation and inl vestigation. This would debar any union of C P. R. employees from go- ing on strike now without becoming liable to severe penalties providid in the Lemifcux act. Telegraphers some months ago ap- plied for a board of conciliation to in- vestigate tin alleged wrongful dis- missal of an. operator at Megantic, Que. The board has not yet report, ed its rinding but it is understood it will be in of the men and the company will bo prevail d upon to accept the award. The department also announcc-d that it is- taking no part in the settlement of the strike at present. The Herald Job Department Commercial rummy JOB DID'NT PAY Quobcc. Aug. A. Jnllett, vf Mass.. wha was a ca- terer at tho tented city during the Tercentenary has assign d with lia_ biliti. s of and assets of Letterheads BUI Heads Statements Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms TELEPHONE 106 ;