Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
H. L. Stephens iMatI>AS A specialty. Onr Suiidiios are (Icliciona .'. .'. .' J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone i)8 Glazing Graining I W. M. BARBER. Painter anil I) cc orator Carriage Painting a sijecialty Kalsouiining Paijerliangiiig town lots' Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHUUCll. SuiiUny Scrvicus:- Low mass, 8.SO a. in.; hij-h ma^s, 11.00; veKl�M'K, 7.;50 p. m. l>aily Services;- MiLSS 0.:iO a.Ml. FaWver Van Tigliem. ST. AUG[;STl.\i:'.S CllUKClI. (.Vnfflican.) Rev. .T- S. ChivtTs, A.K.C., Roctar. Rev. David .Jones, H. A., AMS.Hlaai Matins at 11.00 a. in. StitHlay School at ft.00 p. in. Evonsong at 7-''iO. Celcbra'tic>n of Holy Coniniiinion;- l.st SuiKlay in the nwiHi, 8 a. in. (Flaiii). anur and a half miles, and in that distance you droi> a,ll feet. We su' on the front seat with the drivu-, iind when he cracked his long w'lip and started the four horses at a run, ho said, "Say, mi.ster, if yo'.i are nervous I'll slow up at the stwp places." Assuiniing a look of ennui, r calmly reniarkeil, "Yon cant let those leaders go too fast to suit nie." 1 propo.sed to play the ganm, anfl he took me at my word, and we made the four and a half nvilos in just 20} minutes. When wo laniled at the hotel the driver asked me how 1 likedthe ride. In a car doss sort of a way, I answered, "Vou are a little too slow for me," and yet when I got to my room It took me fwont.v minutes to get my lifvir to til? down on ni,v head. (From the .Star.) Messrs. Itobt. Ibey, C. V.. Snow, and Kphriam Marker returned 'as't Thursday from Taber, whore tlie.\ have liei^n with a view to investing in mining property. They were accompanied from Magrath by Blsiiop Ilarker. Mr. f'azief .sn.vs his I'.i-ewer's B;ir ley will yield 70 bushel. He has 75 acres and 'ere this issue leaves the jileSH it will tie in the shock. Mrs. Finlayson and her daughter Ina, came in on Monday s train froii .Magrath. The.v have di-cided to return to their home in the South [antl are hen; sjjend iig a few days t.e-foi'o leaving for the same. Sir. Fi'i-layson is still on a mission in llie Hritish Isles. TABF.Il. MAfi/iATII. nr.AIRMORE. (From the Times.) \ two storey school hoM.se is to be ei-ected here at once and is to l.e filled up with the latest appliances in (he .shape 6f desks, maps, etc. Debentures are to be issued to the amount of ."$8000 to cover the e.e satisfactorily adjusted within the next few daA's and the niinini; operations continued there. It aiipeurs that Uiero has lieen for some time frict -ion between the minors and mttnage-niont in regard to the prices faid for the different classes of work a-buut the mine, and that the iien .ract or agreement from the com -pany similar to that in force in all ither mlties in this district. Twice The Boundaiy Iron Works At Grand Forks, B.C., v ere destroyed by flro. the subject b.\' the ofllcinis of the I'nited Mine Workers and August 1 was set as a date when it was to be discussed and arranged. When that date arrived C. P. Hill. the gener.ll manager of the coal .-oin -pan.v. had not arrived from-the e;i�l and the date of .srt has reached us Vo the altect iluil he parents of Mrs. George Healb-t shaw at IVsMoines, Iowa, haV'.' .suffered the loss of their fine home ui.d all household elYects as the res lit ol a file which look place while rlir-.-,-were awa.x" from home. The fanners are all wearing u smile since the rain of this week, as it was badly needed hero for pastu:'.!S and liile potatoes. The early potatoes lire excellent. The belief is, that Geo. Iloaglin, one o''f Tttber's popular merchants, i.^i the happiest man 'between Whoopup and Medicine Hat. His rheerfiiln >s.s is accounted for in the fact that � fine baby boy arrived at the Hoagliii emporium this morning. All parlies concerned are jubilant. Discussions concerning ihe locjt -ion of the post o/Ilco again fill i!ie pure air of Tabor; but the huni of the tliresheia will soon greet our ear."), which will ho far sweeter music. .John II. Bennett, who luis been searching during the last three mon ths for iiin five lost hocses. ftnuid ihem in Montana, retiirnini; with them .vesterda.v. Mr. Heniietl i.i,ys he owes the finding of the horses to the honesty of a Montana man.who kept the linr.ses from returning to I'tab. Mr. B. n iliiys j can't alYoiwI to let thorn take le.ssons MACLEOD. (From Ihe Gazette.) The following telegram was received lale this (Thursday) afternoon by 'Mayor Grady from E. P. .McNeill, town solicitor, who wnit to Calgary Wednesday at the re-ijUi St of Ihe C.l'.R. oflicials: Calgary. Aug. Kith, 190f) To Mayor .\. t\ Giwl.w Macleod, .�VIlM-rla. Instructions have been wireil lo .Superintendent Krickson loda.v to h.amlle all passenger ai�d local traf fic at Macleod from new station iind over new line from and after Sat -urila.\. the 18th inst. F. P. Mc\i:h,l. The death occurred at his home oa Kootenai River r>f T. B. Murjiliy, i. \�-�ll-knowii rancher of this dislri.^t. The funeral vvas hirkl from the lloai-an Catholic church on Tuesday il-ternoon at five o'clock p.m. The deceased came from the L'nited States about (our years ago and was 'li;.-ly esteometi in his neighborhood. ll.-was in his '18th .vear. .lohii Ilroen, the .voung rancaer who nust with a serious accident, the result of a runaway, at Manton last week, died at the General Hospita hero on Saturday evenin.g last. Mr. Brueii was well known in the .\lac-leod district and a host of friends mourn his loss. He was a native of Burlington, Iowa, and came to Canada some six years ago. Tlie bod.v was emlialmed acri'.^ lit antl has six binders at work, ll is nuilo a sight to pay a visil o his place near the depot and wit iu>sh the operations. The crop this uuui. V..V.......____ ------ ..vear,will average far more than wiis have boon anxious to secure a con-| e.xpectod early in the season. .\ number from town took ndvaii-lago of the cheap excursions to the )t,ner iiiiiie� iii m""� .iinv. .v.... ...... coast atlvertisid I .v the C. P. It. ho company has ,beon approoched tin f,.o,, i.-jO, ,, t^j,(, jgth inclusive. , I--- *U.^ .^fll/vlrmlc f^f I lie 4_____a * t. _ .....t. _....._____^ ......, .\mongst the nuiivber who went w.'iv Mr. and Mis. MaclOachern. Mrs. Mor-flen, Mrs. Hewetson, Miss Kettles nd Miss M. Hull. Mr. Sam Berry, our genial totvn necretary-lreasurer, has been laid .� for several dn.vs 'this week, due ;o being poisoned from eating cae.n-ed salmon. We are pleaseil to' hear that ho is arounil again and will be himself once more in the course of a few days. and returns with his wonted smile beaming on his face. The fire.v horses attached lo the Douglas Co. tielivery took fright .vostertla.v and ran two IdocUs. upsetting the. rig ami slightly injuring the ilriver, Txiuis .lohnson. The town acro.ss the river is tak- iintil the.v ai-o gooti rniis'cians. why let th.'iii take a few lessons and y:et some knowletlge of music, and b.v practice and stiid.v they inti.v become exports. If Nomo of them show a talent for ilrawing or printing or an.v of the arts, why cultivate that talent to the best of your ability. .Always have ,vour home well light- ing shape since the ferry boat is | ed. Oil or gas is very much cheaper established. The new burg is being built up b.v the Tova c(dony. The building of the new ululion is being rushed to completion. Charles Lamli and wife have just reliiriiod from a several months' stay in U. C. Mr. L. will ivsiiini-work in his old pUico at Taher 'nine RAMBLING REVERIES you ve BV A DREAMICU. YOCR REWAUD If yoii scatter .seeds along The rich and fertile ground, Th� other harvest where sown Hhen gohlen grain is found Ami claim the gleaiiing.'i rich and rare 111 when garnered in'their store. The Lortl will know ivt harvest time Who scattered seeils before. If ,vou should strike a sweeter chord I'poll same tuned heart strin.ys. iVnd though they vibrate round the world And music sweeter rings From sea to sea. from |>ole to pole .Vnd cros.s the ocean wide. E'en thought were kines the honor claimed Could not llie riylit one hitlo ff you can ease some 1 rouliled heart, However pained you're own. Or bring some joy where sorrow dwells To cast away its gloom, \o need for prai.ses loud and loni?, The Lord. He knows it all. .'\nd on the dii.v of .vour reward. He knov s on whom to call. Take courage, thiU. yoii who must sow For other souls to rea|>: The Lord. Hi- will the right one know-He will Ihe records keep. .\ntl if wilh earnest praying hearts You will your fluty do. Each will reci'ive his own reward. But yours will come to you. than having your children wandor olY, you know not where, and they naturall.v want to go where it is bright and attractive. Let them in�ite their friends to their home amlthen let the parents assist in entertaining; but don't tiy to monopoli/c all the time, but re-moliiber it is , the children's com-|iany. Don't wake your lioys and girls up niornini^'S with "Hurry up and get up and come on and feed the horses and milk the cows, for we've got a lot of work to do, and its getting late, so hurr.v up, or we'll never get through." I.s that vor.v pleasant to hear the first thing 'in the morning'? Don't hurry so much,'but take time to live and to see a pretty flower or listen to the happy notes of a little bird; enjoy all these beauties of na lure as you go along through life. .Vre .you surprised that .vour iioys and girls begin to show dis.satisfact-ioo with their homes and long (or city life, when at home it is too much hurry, hurr.v, hurry all the lime-hurry and do your worlr? Yes it grows monotonous, itnd they see that each day brings them no pearer the goal than the day lieforo. so they lose interest and grow to hate these daily duties that are all hurry and work. Why don't .vou .sny, . "Let's try to get through with our work and go to the woods Satiirda.v for a picnic?" You think yoti can't spare the time, eh? When your boys get dis-�Tustefl and leave homo to tr.v city life, then perhaps .vou can see Where vou could have spent itian.v a day in th(? woods with your family, or taken them into the cK.v for n d.iy Great Northerri Ryv ~ EASE ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE In every department of Great Northern Trains The quick, easy, comfortable way to SPOKANE. SEATTLE, VANCOUVER. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited and be eonviiiecd "�"^^""�""""'^'^�^ For detailed information address H. MACBETH, Agent, Uthbridg* S. S. "DAKOTA" sails from Seattle for the Orient, Sept. 2nd S. S. 'MlNNSlSOTA" sails from Seattle for the Orient, July 25 TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON The Hotel Windsor H. B. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephbne 47 Lanilseekers'andRancljers Headrjuarten RATES, $1.00 PER DAY For dry, cracked lips, or rough ikin, u.se Dr. Shoop's Green Salve t positivel.v makes lips nn�l skin like tui'sunXrstit'nding. "but merely a ^ velvet. Sold by .1. R. Higinbotham nesB proposition. * MOTIIKKS It nas a lloslnii chihl. of cour.se, who said when somebod.v asked her what she coii.sidered mothers good for: "Why. yon see. God couldn't be everywhere, and so he just hail to make mothers.'. Hut it lakes yface to le a. go.id molhor-:,ow (loesn't it? .She must be wi.s.? and fiiiliiiil and good-natured ,'ind urii'iii' .111/1 alwa.vs road.v to comfort and liel)i without losing her .self-conlrol. Prof. Sv ing onco said jie know niaii,\ mothers whose clii'.l-ren were well washed, well scolded, well dre..i.seil, and well whippiMl, but few Whose- cliildi-eii were inspired and it certainly lakes grace to lea�l s.iicli a life before the children that they shall be inspired. Jf .you lijive ^-ood, health.v chiltlron full of animal spirits and frolicing with fun and life, be thankful for it, even if the.v 'lo timke more noise sonieltmes than it seems poss'^blo to bear; for the weiil; and nervou.schild is ten-fold more of a problem. There are two general types of ni-rvotis children, the active child nhvnys on the go, inr|Uisl(ive, antl ncouisil ive, but delicate as the Mimo.sa leaf shrinking back into it.self at the first repiilf'e or harsh word, and the pule, f|Uiet. afi'ectionnte child, thrd says: "On Weilnesday, August 8, at 2 p.m.. at Ihe homo of Mr. and Mrs, If. T. Itaker, a marriage was cele-lirated, ihe contracting p.arties being Ch.ules V. iJeunett, B.A., of Loth-lirirl^v. Alia., and Miss H. Florimce riiiMcb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i tt'm. CliiMch, and sister of Mrs, Maker. The officiating clergyman was i Itev. .1. A. Doyle," who conducKHl the ; ceremony in his ii.sual pleasant wa.v. The bride, who was given away b.y her father, tvas neatl.y gowned In ivory silk with a liertha of real lace. Iler going away gown was pink f nd embioidered linen with a lln.iforle hat, which was very becoming. A-moni�f those present, Itonlde. the im-inediiite relatives, were Rev. and Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. Mclntyre ami AIIs.m Motntyre of Winnipeg; Mr. F. /. Robinson, Rcgina, depiit.v minister of public works: Mrs. F. Sulherli'id and ^Miss .lean Sutherland r>f ^l. ThonifLS, Ont., and others. Tlie britle was the recipient of many beautiful and valuable presenffi. Al' ter luncheon was partaken of, 'he bridal part.v left on the afteriio>in train, lieariiig the good wishes of all present fo.r Reginu. (hence to ' f.agRiin and other mountain and roust cities, intending to spend n fetv wiv>ks, afterwards returning to , Leihiiridgn, ftieir future home. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IW LETHBRIDCE STOP AT THE [hotel DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS jkootenay : I marble I works Shacklctou Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of ^ Marble and (iranitc :. MONUMHNTS \ i Wholesale and IJctail How is Y< : nelson,b.C.: � s B.C.MOilRE.LocalAKt Praying and Team Work All kinds of Draying and Team Work given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay an d Oats for sle A. DRUCHET Watch Running Is it always fast or low? Never tiuite on time? P�r� liaps the watch is capsbb of very accurate running,' I�iit it is not in perflot onler, Yon know the ^fUf: media ni sni of a watoliiiab* solntely demands that iiicli ^ of the doieens of little parts Z -springs, wheels, jcwvli, ^ (stc -be just right, or good timing is out of theqitettioii^ Watch Repairing Always has been a Iiobbv of ours, to do the tiestwork possible. W. J. Armstrong i JEWELER SNORAVSIt OPTICIAN.