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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Pearl Set Are bound to delight you becjuise of their original designs. The gold'used is 14K plump, which means much. The workman who make them Are. specialists their line. The result is bound to be satifnction for you. m. 16 and 17 | Big Display of Live Slock Poultry, Grains, Grasses, Domestic Products. good worms yon this jus- TKtCT. Continued from page a his towns compnro tut-poorly wltfi I ho ordinary Canadian westtrn settlements of tho same size nml ago. Cnrdston which is slxtcn or seven -Iron years old, Is hut now installing an  elect r'e light s,\slem, nml lh> other Mormon towns are si II con -tent with the oil lnm|> or darkmss after sundown. It Is not unnatural, therefore, that an o'server sh ulil I e dubious as to tho excellence of I) s If! Pt*l7�Si Arming, nml from what 1 can learn Latter Hay Saints, as the Mormon* cranes arc at work on tho different flections. Two of these wo drove to Inspect, Inking pot-luck dinner from I lie Chinese cook in the houseboat provided for the workmen of the sixty horse-power crane In tho Card, stone division. Then we waited n while and saw the crane doing Its work, and as we waited the cloud* i grew (lark, the atmosphere became ; oppressively hot, and forked light tiling began to play the sky. At last big drops of nun fell around us I with a splash; then the temperature ; suddenly lowered and great hnlls'.one I hall' an inch in diameter begun *,o dance at our feet, mid soon the deck >n r e .-~.v........ dance ai our iro, �'� ���� ��----- Grand Programme of Sports;0inciaiiy style themselves, nr.. i y m. pjirrt(i(| (|w cral|i,  . t, - �. f.. t*mi twr i lM 4 16 in j!! Thrilling Relay Knees. ! nml Mnrnoss Knees. Lacrosse Football and Hnseball ToiirnainentB, Indian Demonstration Saddle! means so strenuous in the'r f,.rmtng methods ns their GentUe brethren The system of living together in com munltlcs, though by no means on communal hasis. tends to promote Prices from $5 to $25 Wm. C Liphardt Succtuot to A. Zlllia.t Jeweler  Optician 2 BIG DAYS Exhibition Entries close Aug. lil Knee Entries at 10 a. m. Aug. lt� Specfnl railway rates for passengers and exhibits. was heaped with tho little sugary-looking tccballs. We had to congratulate ourselves that tV hail -stones were not bigger. In the spring hailstones fell at Cardston so largo social Intercourse nnd Incidentally �"|tJmt , ftm n(ra[lX ,0 mnw (|,. ravr{fi� mmA ~ ���--��-' results have been nttalned by the ar- furm the spring wheat crop lust your go upon errands of love tor him. In pntn and watchfulness, and wearlnosi sho had cured for him; 'mil never a murmur fell from her lips. It. was , Joyful' service. Hut His waywardness brbko her heart. . v . (1001) HAIUTS COt'XT. Tho temptations found In city life for the young man from the count ''y ace many, but If tho home tri.m.ig has been properly given, the parents need havo but little anxiety about their hoys who may seek (employment in the large city. A boy with brains and pluck will sweoed anywhere; Pnr.nts should not forget thr t those who employ labor In the met rnpolls districts insist upon t( migrate workers. I'pon railroads, in fec-torles. stores, machine shops and olhces only temperate persons ari tolerated nnd tho Intemperate yn.ith soon finds his place taken.ly a so' clone. Every day, every year, wo ilnd our young men and women taking positions for which they nrn not lUtod. There nro plenty of mwflt-lu this busy world simply 1 ee.iuse the Individual dms not do hs >, her own thinking. 'Experience of tin demonstrates what tho indivlduul Is best fitted for and it may take so.".  little time before the young r.mn or woman finds tho right road i> tii* el. However, it fs much ensi r to follow the road of life if the '.title -idual will do a little straight thinking on his or her own uvcouut. i Many things are i> le emeu I.Mid [carefully. Natural fit.i�s and its- rl.tiiii-ilt �. on tune. Full particulars on nppiicntion. A. BRUCHET Collegiate School For Boys Macleod, Alberta ; KOOTENAY j MARBLE ? WORKS Resident and day pupils. Pupils prepared for matriculation examinations und Commercial Life, Stcn-1 ography nnd Typewriting, Music, Outdoor 8ports and games. Gymnasium. Fall term begins Sept. 9th, 1906 For prospectus write Rev. F. D. Tyner, M. A. Macleod* Aha. Shuck It: ton Simpson A Co. Manufacturers of .Marble nml (itanite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Itetail four miles out from UUhbridge the irrigated farm of H. .1. Whitney. ^ which Is a veritable plnco of (Might. _ lie has been there only four years, but for two years past the farm has been pointed to us a proof of what industry, intelligence and water can of nearly every house In Cards ton; and-moro cruel still-Just us the vnidou* had been repaired, down i'liiuc another shower of big hall -stones and smashed them again. Fortunately hailstorms are usually rib-bon-like in their dimensions and cover little territory, and as we drove buck that evening to the tra'n we saw wheat standing four feet high that did not np|veur to have teen in 'anyway altected by the stonos, if, lu-'deeil, they had reached here,at all. The canal, in its widened form, makes a very respectable river, nnd should be nble to supply water lo ihousnnds of settlers. The point of intake is 900 feet higher than U�th- bridge, and the "slope is northwaid cllnatlon nro Important nnd westward from the headgates | The advice of parents  h.itild' le ton-near Curdston. With its chief lat- ; sldered.' Hut in all v.:kx>iig toward the round'ng mi'. oi a useful, happy life. TRY WM. OLIVER --FOB--- J Everything required in the construction of a Building, J ' Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work Do not send nil your money to Calgary and Craiibrook. X Help to build up Lethbridge ami a local industry by palroni/.ing X Oliver's Planing nnd Lumber Mills.  Office, Ynrds nnd Factory-Corner Round and Uoiupas Streets  Z Telephone l�:t X ������ When a woman snfTcrs from op pri'ssing weakness, she then keenly .....� , realizes how helpless-how thorough-! Till-: IMIMIRSSIOXS !v norlhless sho is. l>r. Shoop bus HOOP. j do to promote cullivalion. Mr. Whit- ,,rough, ,,XM (o ,ho,sftnrtM of such; I ney had Just cut the larger portion vvomon. ||, r0nches diseases p cullar j Childhood's Sappiest stft ,e of life, of a 45-acre Held of magnificent ul-, to wolncn ln two, rtlrocl nvcc\fc' Pr.>e from cure and free fr,v� sic'e. i falfu when I saw his farm; the rest WRVS_a ,0C(l, trofttmont known by I I of the field he was leaving for need. ;{jrMgBiRt8 everywhere as Dr. Shoop'n. j When a little child we remember; He expects a second and heavier j N-,ght Curo ,, ttppliod locally. and (having two hand*, kind hands, plac crop in September. Had he desired > nlRnt M wopkj, w||||e yo|| s.,,p, j ,K, ,,,,, 01lr noftll h01irinK th,. ft. he could have tuken oft three lighter ,t m|||ro|, inflamlnat|on, it stops din- j hove lines repented to us in n sad j alfalfa crops, as will be done by his chnrgos ,t h^\mt it soothes. It com-j regretful tone, by a gentleman who | neighbor. .Mr. W. 11. Fairfield. It "as;for(M jt eun>n f,oW ny >r n mg.' seemed to lie very unhiippy-we half j the season for straxvberries ,n,,0,hnm k Ci(t 'starbHl in surprise, for we had look-| ...... ied-lorword to maturity, as the por-1 The Most Exacting Standards Of eritietn prevail, and only uiieipiiiliil ipiality finds & favor wish us.---.......... - --------- J All kinds of fresh and cured tnc'tta. Fresh lish three times a week. I W. Riding Breeches Specialist Three years experience at Hammond's-The Greatest Breeches makers in the world McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash uitibt accompany all eoal onlors : NELSON,B.C.:  B.C. MOOR H.Local A�t J nnrinnnnaaaaanaQD SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS (iimhI slink of Farm Harness mi hand; also a full tint' (i f Trunks nml Vaiist-s in atoek. We guarantee Hood Quulity and Good Work Horner & Hutchison RAMBLING REVHHES 11Y A UHKAMKM. lute in but we easily gathered from Mr. SVhitney's lieds u double handful o (tho luscious fruit, some specimens ! measuring fully two inches across 'nnd the flavor of all being delicious. - llasplK'rries. gooselierries und cur � Untidiness is something thut every nuits were among Mr. Whitney's pro girl should Itcwiiro of. tier pcrson.il ducts. He did not show me any uppcarancc is ruined by it, her ehnn- upples. but there Is on e.xc lient or- 1 Cl,, 0( Huccess are diniinished by It; ,chard in the city id U'thbrid.e it and oftentimes home life is nuide (self, Ilev. Futher Van Tl((h. n of the almost intolerable by the presence ,i{ |^vm a very unfortunate state. Arvl Homan Catholic church having grown onc untidy person. I loo, we remember, how our f..lbi> tho fruit for many years. In the P. iud when our various trials would be j ended, when we could do as we pleat I ed without reproof. Such were our j thoughts at the time, but after a romp, when we went Into the parlor > where mother hud company, the id-Jii 1 of being obliged to *it up si:\.ight in a chair and do-nothiig 'm- talk; i he whole afternoon, made ni.iiilioo ! Burns & Co., Ltd.  -------Telephone Ul town of Magruth. too. several settlers have lieen micas.ful in producing np!>les. the Ouchess nnd th,-Wealthy being those that ha>e ah-ieved the liesl results. Wuter Spells Fortune. was a slave to the unceasing duties It does not take wealth to create | o( nls iu,sjm.8>(, when we leave child a home. Neither does it take ricln-s j nOHlt ftl tj,c m8tunce and Locomo ub-to make d girl good to look ul. but [(jo,.^,! in the busy game of life with j it takes that indescribable charm �'] pleasures and cares, we uiv up j neatness. It is virtue, und if � Birl possess it to a high degree nhe can surpass many a Kill of wealth In style and nppearftnee, and that too. ^o look back upon our earlcst impressions, with a laugh at th-ir simplicity. In reniemliering how wr were generally treated by those no All through Mr. Whitney's form on a small income. Every fastidious i |U.r whose care we fell at different A. EASTON & CO. MANl'FAtTI'RKKS t>K HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. InnnnaaonnQpr Office- Firet door soutli of vntiou Army barracks. Telephone 77 Sal WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Papers, from 5c. a roll up. Uest of work guaran teed. Residence-First house �ust Court House, on Baroness Roud. of woman loves dainty things, but uu (poinds, some knowledge of theworld less she knows how to take care o' 1 |K 0p,.n to us. The only use such them they will not look so long. knowledge can le is lo put eway 1 -- j faults that cause us unhuppim-si. uul I in our intercourse with children ii"V Have we not all mot tho gentle | kindly, good-natured woman, who ! takes life serenoly and simply, who reaches out after happiness wherever it may lie found and does alt she can to muke others happy*.' Often sho is cureless in her home. In the 1 ttle that make a flnti housekeeper. Seldom is she very wlao or witty. She does not talk much, she is wi|- PROVINCE W ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owners IN* THE MATTEH OF THE COM- PAS IKS WINDING- UP OH-DINANCE lUOJi. wandered the waters of the irrlvat ion ditch that brought such increased fertility to his soil. There were many acres in wheat and barley, hut grain occupied in the nvnd of the ii i rigatlon farmor an entirely second -ary position, alfalfa and fruit I olnj: moro profitable crops; nevertheless. Mr. Whitnoy anticipated a yield of thirty bushels to the acre in spr.iin wheat, and sixty bushels in barley. The farm of Mr. W. ii. Fairfield ll,ink* right alongsido is equally success -ful. This ground wus originally cultivated as a model farm by Mr. : �" ,is,"n' Sno ,,n 11 ,ov*ly Fairfield on behalf of tho Irrlgatijn 1 �'�"'* " sofl u"tlh- ft responsive ioy(J8 thftt |it us forwUrd in oiir!io�|. Company, but. us irrigation w.i'.ers K��nce and a kind word for everyone. ,,,NH pnlh Ther' SauU* nnd ns lh,y nri! Iftving n child too much or niantfou-neewmary, and lately tho occupam �" thfi surface they are reudily seen- mg loo |m|l.,, Ofieclion, who tbut in took the farm over. It is on lliis ,jut overyono loves her. Tin* streuu- , chllflhoort has hnd the tearful eye >l a loving mother Ixmt for a moment reproachfully upon him. then silently averted can forget if? In uiuu hood he enters into tho chumber of his own soul und stirs up its I y -gone memories. ilWilililitliliiRlifiailiBIi er lo excite the evil feelings wiire), were carelessly tampered with in our own case. Tho circumstane. s whi h ; occur in childhood exerts a now.-r 1 ful influence. Through life, the .Irmi" ! of early days linger unconsj oosi; a I round us-well would it . c i��ly to j reniemlier the mild yet stwuSfusl IT HAS Notice w hereby uiven llmt on NOTHJK Is hereby given that all nnd nfter the Firet day of .Inly,. creditors aud others having claims ll.W, the joint olhVe of the Hoconl-| n8ain�*t the Dulvcll Coal nna Iron ere of Mniii-ls for the Provinces of1 Minos Company, limited, aro r0-Alberln �ud Saskatchewan willnu'rod to s�id the same to tho un-l>� Minuted ut Medicine Hnt, Al- ti�raigiKxi Ucmidator of such Com-liertn. All ccuumutucutions in con- puny on or twforo the first day of iieetion with brunds should after \ October, 1900. pursun�t to Section thut date lie nddresBed U> 0 of the aho,e Ordinance, the Recorder of Brands, Medicine Hnt, Alberta. Tiios. underwood. Money sent in payment of feus; Underwood Illock. should be reniittetl by l�stal note, CaVffnry. Alt*, money ortU-r or express ordermudu l^juWlator of tlio lhilwell Coul and payablu to the Recorder of Brands, Iron Mines Co., MmiUd. Medicine Hat. If cheques are sent'__ they uitist be certified by the bank on which they are drawn and the necessary exchange must Ik* included. RECORDING OF BRANDS IN BOTH PROVINCES. Persons ranging cuttle in the, vicinity of the inter-provincial Itoundary (the Fourth Meridian), wlen applying for brands should, in order to protect theinselvea, ulso apply for ft record of the buiiu; in the Proviuce of Saskatchewan, which may bo effected on payment of uu additional fee of Sl.im. George Harcourt, Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Department of Agriculture, Provincial Government Buildings, Edmonton, A^-ta. She is not so perfect that sho fails to understand the nvuui and the wlcfe- farm that the secoud crop of alf-.il'u �"H l,,rn to hor tur p,-8t: ,no h��ty-is growing and from which u ihi-.l t tempered go to her^ for counsel; the crop will qo taken before w iin- ! sorrowful go lo hor for comfort; comes. Hero also aro fruits in n tho erring go to her for sympathy bundancc, strawberries having l�>i-n particularly successful. Mr. Kuir.i"i I it may bo added, has been select- I �� one thing in ih. urrunged to establish on �ho out ! vvorl�' ,ho-t seems to her worth win skirls of licthbrldgo. ' ning. she is content with what they One might contiuuo to quote uxaiu Bivt>- AN OLD TIMER WITH THK -------------- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Jtifit drop into �ny new quarters and cpn/ince your-self that I nm np-to-dato. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. HOUK 11-lBliBLttlilffliliajaillHfMi plos of what can bo dono on tie) i" rigatod land, but it is hardly ii�iv*-sary, so numerous are the proof' its increased vutue. Over the Canal "System. 1 was fortunate in being abl i to takxs u trip over tho cunul syst-m with Mr. I*. I). Naisinith, who is tlouoral Manager of the thr.o .(iv t 1 enterprises-railways, mines, aid ! canals-of tho Alberta Hallway mvJ Irrigation Compuny; all of them t.u ryi-xmmr* -��/-V Of A %# 'outBrowth thu orlKmftt lor.ii'O.i LtVJlVlE* IUb I A I jam' Panning of tho late Sir A. T. _ ; tJalt and his son, Mr. 10. T. (lull. Wo travelled from Lethbrldgo to The new C. P. R. depot on south sido of truck Tnvest now in n few lots on Cousins Hitrlow Sutyey. Choice lots on North side also. 20,IKK) acres finest funning lands in Canada to select from. Geo. C. Millar Real Estate TABOR ' - ALBERTA Curdston is in exquisitely finished private car built for the company by the CP.lt., and drove from Curdston, tho Mormon 'metropolis." to the hcadgatos of the canal on ihe St. Mary's Hlver. This brought us close to tho Montana boundary line, on the other sido of which wo'-. could soo tho vast outlines of tho Chief Mountain, with its curious chopped olT appearance. Tho canal is at tho 1 prosont time bolng widened from 18 j to 35 feet, and threo groat steam an" I'NORATEFUI-, SOX. There in no suffering like " ho.irt ugony. I A mother never regrets any physical pain that she can endure for her loved ones. It is the anguish of tho heart that kills her-anguish caused by tholr ingratitudo and wrongdoing A saintly old woman-now in heaven -said to mo, "when our children are small thoy trample upon our toes, but whon thoy grow up they tram -pie upon our hearts.'' That was the cry of a broken heart. Sho had u drunken, debauched son, who hud squandered her monoy, forged her father's namo and disgraced the family. That mother complained not of any physical suffering sho had endured for hor boy. Sho had gone down Into the vory Jaws of death, almost, to give him iifo; but the pain was swallowed up iu Joy whon sho pressed the now-bom child to hor heart. Through yours and years sho has ministered to his wants. She has spent sleep -loss nights with him when ho wr M ly ..iinouti ced tho following appointment*: Grand Conductor-D. .1. Collism. Grand Marshall-W. G. Shen. Grand Chaplain-11. l'airley. Von oka. Grand Guardian-.1. Shippan. Grand Herald-J. D. Ilower. A contest took place for tho position of Grand Warden. Tho candid  ates lor tho position were Wm. Oliver of No. 3, Ijethbridge, and .1. W. Mitchell of Alberta lodge, No. .1. Calgary. Mr. Mitchell was elected LETHBRIDCE BREWING & coocce:ccoxoxi>�>w shapes, H'hs tacli. Kvery pi|)e ^naranteeil. All kinds \n\n> Tobaccos and smokers' sundries. Ooinestie and ini|iort-' ed Cigars. Wallace (Q. Hoselton Tho Lending Cigar and Tobacco Finn in Southern Alberta. ?34705 ;