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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Petri Set Brooches Are bound to delight yon because of their original designs. The gold'usetl is 14K plump, which means much. The workman who mako them are specialists in their line. The result is bound to be atifection for you. Pi1ctsrFom$Sto$2S Wm. C Liphardt SuGctMor to A. Zilliix Jeweler  Optician LETIBBIDGE FAIR AUG. 16 and 17 Big Display of Uvc Stock Poultry. Grains, Grmtses, Domestic Product*. good T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate. I^turancc and Commiation Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best conipaniei. Residential' Lots, Modern Dwellings,' Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. $5,000Jn Prizes Grand Programme of Sports 3 Thrilling Relay Races. Saddle and Harness Races. Lacrosse FootiMiIt and Baseball Tournaments, Indian Demonstration 2 BIG DAYS Exhibition Kntriea close Aiig. lit Race Entries at 10 a. m. Aug. 16 Special railway rates for passengers and exhibits. Sports information from A. �. Humphries, manager Sports. Prize lists and fair information from a. E. Keffek W a. Hamilton President Sec.-Treas. WORDS iHiW THIS niS-THICT. Continued from page .1 his towns compare >iit poorly with tho ordinary Ciinadian western sot-tleinont.'i of naww si/.o and agi;. Cardston vhich is sixte.n or seven -tflon j'cars old, is hut now installing an  (>loctr:c light s.vsloin, and 1h' other Mormon town.s arc st II con -tent with the oil Inmp or darkiuss attor sundown. It is not unniiturnl. th(>rofore, that on o' server sh uUI I � dubious tts to the exceUetire of h s farming, and from what I can learn the momlK-rs of I ho Church of tht-liick dinner from the Chinese cool; in the houseboat provided for the workmen of the sixty horse-power crane tn tho Card-stone division. Then wo waited a while and saw the crane doing its work, and as we waited tho cloud.-( grew dark, tho atmosphere hccanwi oppre.'JSIvoly hot, and forked lightning Iwgan to pla.v tho sky. At last l>ig drops of rain fell nrotind iis with a splu.sh; then tho tcmfierature suddenly lowered and prcat hailstone half an inch in diameter begun :o dance at our feet, and soon the deck of the barge that carried the crane was heaped with tho little sugary-looking tcoballs. We had to congratulate ourselves that t^io hail -stones wore not bigger. In the sprinff hailstones fell at Cardston so large that I am ftfraii/.fl, hut sulTicient to break the Windows of nearly every house in Cardston; and-more cruel still-just us the vintiows had boon repaired, dejwn came anothier shower of big hail -stones and smashed them again. Fortunately hailstorm.s are usually rib-bon-likc in their dimensions aiid cover little territory, and as we drove buck that evening' to the train wu saw wheat .standing four feet high that did not ap|>cor to have teen in nn.vway altected by the stones, if. indeed, they had reached here,at all. The canal, in its widened form, makes a very respectable river, and should -be able to supply water to thousands of settlers. The point of intake is 900 feet higher than l>>th go upon errandii of love for hint. In paia and WAtchfulnew.,a^^^ she had cared for him; but never a murmur fell front her lips. It.wa.s , Joyful" service. Hut His waywardness broke her heart.. . . :.. nooi) H.vuris colst. The temptations found in city life for the young man from the coitui "y flsomany, but if tho home tr i..ni :>g ha* ..Ijeen properly given, the parents need have but little anxiety ulioui. thoir boys who may seck|cin|doymcnt in the large cit.v. A boy with brains and pluck will M.ocoe irtf el, Howlever, it is much easi r to follow the road of life if t.'io ;ndi'-idual will do a little straight thinking on his or her own -u'count. Many things are t.> I o c(��i!ii l.-rjd carofiill.v. Nattiral fjt:i5s i>i\\ ii:- bridge, and the^slopo is northwaid clination ore importunt ut there is an e.xcollent orchard in the city of Lethbrid^e it-'self, Rev. Father Van Tight n of tho lloman Catholic church having grotvti the fruit for many years. In the town of Magrath, too, several settlers have Ijcen succtSiful in pro -ducing apples, the Duchess and tho Wealthy being those that ha\o achieved the best results. Water Spoils Fortune. All through Mr.'Whitney's farm wandered the waters of the irrifat ion ditch that brought such Increased fertility to his soil. There were many acres in wheat and barley, but grain occupied in the m'nd of the li.i rigatlon farmer an entirely second -ary pusition, alfalfa and fruit keinp more profitable crops; nevertheless. Mr. Whitney anticipated a yield of thirty buahels to the acre in sprln;? wheat, and sixty bushels in barley. The farm of Mr. W. H. Fairfield' right alongside is equally success -ful. This ground was originally cultivated as a rtiodel farm by Mr. Fairfield on behalf of the Irrigatian Company, but-as irrigation 4e'.t:ors came in this seemed to be no loi^>!r necessary, and lately the occupant took the farm over. It is on this farm that the second crop of aifal'.t is growing and from which a thi>.uld'l'e �on-sidored.'. Biit in all v.>.'f. lit* no matter gowhiimiilo .hj I'li'uU. ma.v hp, the foundation of snxjss is etnl>edded in gopcl na >its. CU:�r. ,l�-�ng, right (hnkinj und pli?nf';enir.g powers; if to turn ^ck won' only 1� remember the mild yet .siiiHtfit.M eyes, that lit us forward in our !ie?d-loss path. There is little fear o l*ving a child too much or mani.fou-ing too much affection. Who ihat m childhood has had the toarful eye >! a loving mother bent for a moni.^nf reproachfully upon him, then slioiit-ly averted can forget it? In .-nun hood ho enters into tho chamlier of his Own soul and stirs up its by -gone memories. LETHBRIDGE NE.XT VR.Ul. coming The Grand L.or Miy iLtmoun cod tho following appointment.'*: Grand Conductor-D. .T. Oollis^n. Gran*! Marshall-W. O. Shen. Grand' Chaplain-R. Fairley, Pon oka. Grand Guardian-.T. Shippan. Grand Herald-,1. D. Ilower A contest took place for the position of Grand Warden. Tho candid -ntes lor the position were Wm. Oliver of No. 2, Ijcthbridgo, and .T. W. Mitchell of Allicrta lodge. No. 3, Calgary. Mr. Mitchell was elected: We Handle I the Best I Lines of I Stoves and Ranges || HicK (EL WaKely || The Leailing Tinners, Pltnnliers. Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 1 Hi. ii TRY WM. OLIVER o --FOR- ; \ Evcrylhiiif required in the construction of � Btfilding, \ Lumber and M kinds of Mill Work \l Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. ^ RGET * \te are Relliug the SkfoM BfAftd Pipes. This is tho beft pipe ever sold in Canada for the money. iHi shapes, iliie each. Every pipe guaranteed. All kinds pipiB TobacooB and smokers' sundries. Domestic and import^ etl Cigars. I Wallace (GL Hoselton | The Leading Cigar and Tobnceo Finn in Southern Alberta. 99 ;