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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. I,. Stephens Mad Rockendorf T When you come to the Me tropolis stay at the Taken Palace Hotel* NEWS REGION From Southern Alberta Papers I'MlKlt. The farmer* are nil wearing u mriilo since the mlu of this week, as it was bndly needed hero, fur pastures end into potatoes. Tho oarly potatoes are excellent. Tho Imlit-f is, that Uoo. Ilouglin, ono iif Tnhor's popular merchants, la I ho happiest man between W'hnopnp and Medicine Ifat. Ills chccrfuln *s� is rti counted for in tho fuel tfmt ft fine hnhy hoy arrival at tho linn gl In emporium this morning- All parties concerned are jubilant. Oisrussions concerning the local  ion of the post ojllro nguiii fill tho pure ulr of Tuber; tiiil the hum of the lhroshoi will soon greet our ours, which will ho far sweeter music John 11 Honnetl. who has boon searching during tho last throe num ths for hi* flvi* lost horses, found them in Montana, rcturnim: with them yesterday. Mr. Ilonnett m.,vk ho owes the finding of tho horses (o tho honesty of a Montana man.who kept t ho horses from returning ' o 1'luh. Mr. II. lidded: "There is a! lenvf one honest mart* in this world and ho nmidos in Montana.'* W it. rror last wet*k I turn to thoir homo in the South in stating that Chief of Polka Huron \'nntl are lion* spend ng a few days lo- l-'in- tlH' KEAN'S was to he married the JUst of tins mom h. TIm: Vancouver wetlding occunvd in yesterday and the happy couple aiv expectov. ^ - f r and . t - �I �- 1. Jutt Received Three Certoedi. Erly and get tint choice. Come ENTERPRISE LUMBER J. W. McNicor., Gonornt Mfttingcr, Lethbridge, � ^ -1 Now occupy Adams Lumber Co, Old stand-Routiid Street i - ^-1 Tomatoes, Asparagas Cucumbers Oranges Lettuce Bananas Lemons Bc&t of Candida at Risht Prices ICE CRKAM AM) ICE CREAM SODAS are delicious Our Sumlurs J. W. Kean &lCo Opjxisito P. O. Photic 1)8 0 lazing Graining W- M- BARBER. 'ainUT and Joe u rator Carrtngo Painting u Bix�cial�y KakouiiiiiuK Pai�i?rli�n�i�K .1. (I. Greenwood of Macleod. has been appointed assistant slat ion a-gout at Cranhrook. Wo took the stage ride from IMioo nix t*i (Ireenwood. It is Just fair and a half miles, and in that, dis tnnco >iui drt>p *J.HM feet. We *u* on the trout seat with the driver, nnd when he cracked his long whip ami started the four horses at a run, he said, "Say, mister, if you ari� nervous I'll slow up at tho si""p places." Assuming n look of ennui. I calmly remarked. "You can't let (hose leaders go too fast to suit me.'* 1 proposed to play the game, and he took mo at my word, and wo made tho four and a half miles in Just 2ii} minutes. When wo la tided at the hotel the drivor nskori me how I liked tho ride. In a rardess sort of a way. I nnswerod. "Yon jure a little too slow for me." and yet when T got to my room It look me twenty minutes to get my hair to lie down on my head. (Ki'om the rioaeer.) Mr. .lames Nlacoy, Agent for the Cloorm* Ibigers' Lumber Compnnyhas been duly appointed a *l ust ice of the l**�aco. f 1 os\loines, Iowa, hav" fored the loss of their One home ai*d all household olTeels us the res til oi a foe ahh'h took place whtlo rhi_v were iiwiiv from homo. started for f-otabridge. Mr. Clark's ailment Is not yet known. W. \\\ Douglas, Tabor's ontorprl** -ing merchant has hist returned from Calgary. I le was absent thro * davs aikI **oturns with his wonted smito beaming on his face. The ft ivy horses at t ached to the Douglas Co. delivery took fright yestordny and ran two blocks, upsetting the, rig and slightly injuring the driver, f^mis Johnson. MAC'f.KOP. ( Krom the (Ja/ot le.) The tow tt across the rlVor is tak-ing shape since the ferry boat is est a hi (shed. The new burg is built up by the fov a colony. being ivn unless you give them the advantages of educat ion. Let, the children that have talents for music take lessons in music; own If yon p can'i a (Tom I to let thwu lake lessons until they a re good mas eians, why lot them take a few lessons and get I souk* knowledge of music, and by j 'practice and study they may heroine i exports. If some of them show a talent for drawing or printing or ' any of the arts, why cultivate that 1 talent to the host of your ability. \Uvays have your homo well light* od. Oil *>r gas is very much cheaper \ than having >oar children wander! c�IT, you know not whero# and thoyj EASE ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE In every of Great Northern Trains The quick, easy, comfortable way to SPOKANE, SEATTLE, VANCOUVER. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST i 1 t Try the Oriental Limited and be convinced For detailed information address H. MACBETH, Agent, Lethkridfe S. S. "DAKOTA" anils from Softttlw for tlio Orient, Sept. 2ml S. S. "MINNESOTA" anils from Scuttle for the Orient, July 25 i i t The building of the now uiniiou is " w��l ) after - noon hy Mayor Crady from I*. r McSeill, town solicitor, who w �ni to ralgury Uedia*sday at the ro �|u. si of tho cover the i��M-mated cost of the new school. Calgur.v. \ag. UUh. 1'.>� To Mayor A. I*. (Irn*l> . Macl�kod, Alherla. Instructions have Im*oii wiroil Stiporintondotit Krickson today Ivand'e all passoimer ami local fa' at Maclond from now station end over new lino from and after Sat untax . t he ISth iiist. K V. Mi \Kl1.1. RAMBLING REVERIES i IIV A HUKAMKK traf i \w mass. H.flo a. 111.. 11 im>; \osj>i'i>f 7 :h� p. in. !�aily Ser\a�j�- - Mass 0 :hi a m. Father Van Tighem. Complaint v as laid the first of the week against Krod Irvin, woilknowu here, id having attempted to commit an indecent assault upon a young girl at lUdlevite. Irvin was arrested ami hrotif*ht up for trial hoforo Justices l)isa�y and I tea eh at I'Yank. and eoaun'itted for trial at t he next term of court at Mnchsul j Hail was fixed in the sum of $2Ot�0 lr\in was also fined for being in a Par room during prohibited hours and in default of payment was cote milted for ten days in the Mach-if iait. so an W hen gold, n Traill is ft mud And claim the gleanings rirb ami raiv 111 j when garners! in'their stor**. , I The I�ord will know at liarvvst time The funeral was hold from the lto;u-* Ul ,. , . , . , . Who siiitlorod sis-ds hoforo. all ( atholic ctiurch on Taesdav cl ternoou at fi\e o'cl , at .Nanion last | w�H*k, du'd at the Ceiieral Itospita � here 011 Snturday evening last. Mi Union was well know a in t he tlar ( poll same tuned heart strings, \ral though tho> vihrale round the World And music sweetor rings From sea to s�a irom pide to pole j Ami cross the ocean wide, ' F. en thoimht wim'o Lines the hotiiii , claimed i t'ould not tho one hide ST. Al'til STINKS F1IFKCM. (Anglican ) UeV. .1- S. Fhivers, A K (V, Hect jr. llev. Uavid Jones, It. A , A^wstait Matins at I t." a. m Sumlay Stliool at Hon p. m. livoiivong at TMti. Celebration of Holy Communion;- 1st Sunday in the tnonih. * a. 111. tl'lanu, ami 1 I a. ta (Choral ) :IihI Sunday af'.er Matins. Other Sua-] ul� 11 I � � t da>s at M.JIti a.m. Imily Matins and F.iensong at !.�Jh. a.m. ami 7.210 p. m. The Alberta Coal & Coko Co.. who are operating the lloluay mine near l.undhivck, have just completed a prospect shaft tot iheir property and struck a fine seam of excellml doinest,c coal. A main Wt>rsiag ! hhaft is lo he started at once and Maunger Metcalf expects to have a complete plant installed and running this fall. leod district and a host of mourn his loss. He was a of llurlingtoii, Iowa, and came Canada some six years ago. body was embalmed by Callie Hros . friends nattvr to The If you call eas.- mono i collided heart, However panted woi'lv own. Mont harry so much, but take time to live and to see a pivtty llower or listen to the happy notes of a little bird: enjoy all those ImuiuHos of na lure as you go along through life. \re you surprised that your boys i and girls begin to show dissatisfacl ^ too with their homes ami long for! city life, when at homo It is too much hurry, hurry, hurry all iho time-hurry and do your work'.' Ves it grows monotonous, and they see i that each day brings thiiu no nearer, 'the goal than tho day t�oforo. �o j j they lose Interest and grow to hnte j these daily duties that are all hurry and work. Why don't yon say. "lj�f� try to cot through with our work and go I to the woods Saturday for n picnic'**' You think you can't spare the i time, eh? When your hoys get dis "listed nnd leave homo to try citv jlife, then perhaps you can �i* Where, ' von could have snout ninny a day ' -Foil ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats PIOHE ^0:0:0:0:00:0:0 Fish, Poultry, Etc. H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Kvcry attention given tin? tnivelliiiK public Feed Stalilo in connection Telephone 47 Lri!>i]&i* wao,\* wilh your fmi.ilv. ..r The Lord, lie knows it all. \ml on the day of your reward. He knovs on whom to call. Saturday night. The Presbyterians of this district are about to erect a church in 1>mv- We understand that they have ehureh ! taken them into the city for a d.i\ P. V OKVVR'IT'S \vRi>mv�J ST. MAUV'S MISSION*. (No. � ) Sunday School at P m. Kveasong at t Mo p. in. Itolert Ken. who had lately taKen hoineKtead near Luiulbreck. | while leading a horse to water on Wednesday evening was dragged to death by the horse. The deceased was well known here. wa� about i'O i > ears i�f age and leaves a father , and mother to mourn his untimely I death. lags. agreed to make it an open so thilt other denominations may use it for worship by a suitable ar rangomcnt of hours of services. It Ik also reported that an invitation to this effect has Ik-en tendered tin Methodist body. Pake courage th n. y.,u who must ! \miMII| ,f the Happy Kvenl Which FOR THE REST SERVICE IN LETHBR1DGE STOP AT THE VINCIIKH CilKKK. s* i W I'm* other souls to reap; (he Lord ||e wdl the rlelll know He will the rot ords keep. \nd If with oiitiiest praying hearls Votl will \oiit duty do I'Uich will ivcei\o his own reward, tin I xtiiirs \\,tl ooine to \ou. Took Plan* at l.utmfclen. Siisk one (Winnipeg yt'Vt* press.� ; The Hillcrest mines aiv at present ! idle owing to a dispute lielwetm lhe WKSLKV MKTIKlldST t'lll'IlCH. j ,,mnagemi*nt and tho employeoa. This Hev. d. K. Hughson, 11 A., Pastor. Sunday st^rvires at � m. and 7..'Id p. m. HuwUty School ami Bible Class at !t p. m. Prayer Meeting. Weducttduys. at H.oo p.m. Kpwoith League, p .m. rrrilays. wt H.fV� ami knox ciiritcn. (Presbyterian.) Uov. A. M. tioiHloa, Muwwler. (Sunday Services at JI nil a. in. 7 ?U> p. in. Sunday School at JI.OO p in. Prayer Me�*iing every Wmlnestlay owning at H.otk o'clock. cannot bo called either a strike or a lock-out and no doubt will be satis* factorily adjusted within the next few days and the mining operations continued there. It appears hat there has I sea for some time frict * ion Isdwcen the miners and management lit regard to Hie prices paid for the different clashes of work a-hout the mine, and that the oca have bivn anxious to secure a contract or agreement from the company similar to that in bore in all other mines in this district. Twice the company has lean approached on the subject by the ofiictats of the Cnited Mine Workers and August I was set as a date when it was lo he discussed and arranged. When I that date arrived V. V. Hill, the (general manager of the con I .*om -'pany. had not arrived from the e�si and the date of settlement was postponed until the loth On tho l.vh Mr. Hill still belag absent, the mi iters concluded to suspend v ork until such lime as Mr. ITII could bo heard from and some definite or -rangetnents arrived �I � No doubt tht� trouble, if it can lo called smh, will be adjusted with'n the The Ho titulary Iron Works At j ne.v* day or two, as it is not oven a Grand Porks, HP., vera destroyed j miNuuderRtandUig, but merely a husi- (prom the Keho.) Messrs. Jackson Itros . of Ito^ina. who have Ih'OH hero for tho past ihtvo w eeks. have purchased the hardware and tinsmith business ami MesHis. Win. Horry & Son, and haw taken charge ot that line. Harvesting is now in full nw-ing and the hum of the binders can ho heard on ever> side. Mr. W. It hoi -hie has already fi\o hundred an *> rut and has *i\ binders at woik It is (ptiio a sight to pay a visit to his place near the depot ami w t MOTHKUS TJn� follow ing from the last issue of the News-Hecoid ot l.umsdon. 'Sank., will interest tpntc a few p o-' pie in Has rit.x The hi ale. Miss Plot'once has t.oea imovthau , otae a \isitio lo Wliuopeg. the HOTEL WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS I guest of hoi' aunt . Mis (i. L. Me was a Huston rhihl. of course. \ Intyiv, ami while heie madu a largo 4 ailliil er of friend* The News-He'ud 1 who said when somebody asked her | 'what she ionsideroil mothers good sa\** 1 'On Wedaesday. August H, at (bid eoUhln'l be so lie just hail to for: "Why. \ot| see ever\ w here, and make inotheis.'. Jh>l ii takes ^r.u-o to lo a go nl imuhei-..ow doesn't ii? She must bo w ise and pal i.m and ^ootbnal ar-od and serene ,it,d .iI�a\ s read.\ to comfort and help without losing her ei o p iii . at the homo of Mr and Mrs H T linker, a marriage was :*ele- ' brated. the coutracting parties Iwung � Charh-s V Heniiott, HA., of Leth-J bridge Vila.. and Miss II Florence j  toiKli, daughter of Air. and Mrs ttm Church, and sister of Mrs. Hak-Tuo olllciat ing ch-r^yntau was H A PT1 ST T A Ml US AC I At. Hoc. C. Padley, Pastor. nesh the operations. The crop this srif-eoal iol pr.if Sv ing oneo said year will a\erage far more than \w knew\ mothers whoso eh''d-expocletl early ill the season. ' reu were well washed, well scolded. A number from town took ailvau -tugo of the cheap exrursions to tho coast advirtistd ly the (*. p. 0 from the loth to the |8th inclusive. Amongst the number who *voat w shall be inspiicd Mr. and Mrs. MacMichrrn. Mrs. M�>r- don. Mrs. Hewetson, Miss Kettles and M ss M Hull. ' well I, and a el I w hipped, but few whose rtohben were inspirt�d ami it cerlainl.\ takes e,iace to lead siu-li a life before t ho eh i hi ivn that the\ Itev J A l�oyh�. who conducted the tvremon> in Ins usual pleasant way. The bride, who van niveU awa.V by her lather. was neatly gowned III ivory silk with a U*rtlm ot real lace. Her going away gown was pink i ml einbroiiterod linen with a i 1 If you have yood. healthy children full of annual spirits ami fndicing with fun am) life, be thankful for it, I town bud and Sunday Services at 11-On a. in. 7.Hi) p. m. Sunday School at H.oo p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening a-t S.oa o'clock. Sowing Circle Wednesday afU�rnoon at H.OO o'clock. Missionary meetings 1st nnd Hid Fridays in month. du� Mr. Sam Horry, our genial secret ary -i reasurer, has been ap fer several da>s this week, to being poisititeil from eat ing earned salmon. We are pleased to hear that he is around again and w ill 11*' himself once more in the of a few day*. lingerie. hat. which was very becoming. Aj mon^ those present, U'wldo, tho im mediate relatives, worn Rov. and Mrs. Poyle, Mrs. Mclntyre and M;ss I KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shucklctoii Simpson & du Monufacturnrn of Marble and ilritnitc MONUMI'NTS Wliok-sjilcmul Itctail How is You 9 oven if lhey do make more noino Mrtnlvre of Winnipeg; Mr- K. S4oaetimos thiiu it seems possible to � Hobiuson, Hegina. deputy iu:msterof hear, for the and nervoiischibl 1 public works; Mrs. F. Suihorli'ul Watch Running lt> it alwaya fast or slow ? Xtm�r quite on time? P*f-haps tlio watch ii capable of vt*ry accurate running J>ut it it* not in perfect ortl(*r. Yon know tbc tiny tiKH'hanisin of a watch ab-sohitoiy tUnnandt that tach of tho dozens of little part* springs, whwls, jeweli, Ptc - bo jiiit right, or good timing h* out of the question nelson,b.c.: :Watch ll.O.MOOKI�.Locnl A|{t course ri>ugh is ten-fold mote of a problem. Then' r an* iwo general tvpes of nervous Thomas, children, the active child alwa>s on the go, inquisitive, ami acouisi'ive. but delicate as the Mimosa leaf shrinking back into itself at the first ropulHe or harsh word, and the |mIf|All kiiuU of Draying nml Team Work givon prompt atttnition; nlsoj ami i No. 1 Biilwl Hay mi �1 ttots forslo Always lias been a hobby of ours, to do the \mt work possible. A. BHUCHET W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENQBAVEf* OPTICIAN. ;