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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.L.StcpheM KM NckcMtorl When you com* to the Metropolis Btay at the Palace Hotels $1.00 per dt^vl I Opposite . P. R. Depot i 9 Stephens * Rf^ckendorf S Proprietora * Calgary, Alberta KEAN'S THE STORE FOF I Fresh Strawbcrrie*. Cherries Tomfttoe*,' Atparmgat . Cueumbert Lettuee Onmget Bananat Liimont Bt%t of Caftaict at Xifhl Prieei JCE CR-EAM AND ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Suiulaea are delicious .*. .". J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98, Glazing 'v Qraining I W. M. BARBSR Painter and | | Decorator , , Gkrriage Painting a specialty \ Kalaomining Paperhanging \ \ ^ 4 1 TOWN LOTS I Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to ] \ H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DlREaORY. CATHOLIC CHUUCU. Sunday Services:- Low mass,. 8.30 a- m.; hiish riM'is, 11.00; vespers, 7.30 p, lit. Daily Services:- Mass 6.30 a.m. Father Van Tig*i�m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) Kev. ,1- S. Chivcrss A.K.C., ReotDr. I{ev. Paviil Io��s, O. A., ARii>i�� Matins at 11.00 a. ni. Simaay Siiiool at 3.00 p. in^ l!>enson|[ at 7.30. Celebration of Holy Communion:- ]�l Sunday in ttiu month, 8 a. ni. (Plain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 3i. 1st and 3rd Fridays to motrth. The Boundary Iron Works at Grand Forks, B.C., vere destroyed by fire. NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers TABER. One of the heaviest etormfl o( th; now church of England church is to tic built just south west of the Union llotol. Now tihat the force of woricnitsn hnvcrelurncd. the new C.P.R. stat ion will lie completed. Milton Scott's nine roomed hou!an and Geo, Beverley. Mr. Ilowden, recently from Ray -inond, is sending to Iiethbridg� fcr carpenters to work oo his dry goo house which will stand Just north i^ united tn the holy bonds of wedlock by Rev. Father Blanehct. Mr. A. Cyr acted as father for the groom while her father performed the service for the bride. After the wedding the party returned to the home n( Mrs. .Levas.. seiir, where a recherche breakfast was served: the party then wont to the home of the bride'a parents where they had dinner and afterwards adjourned to -residence of Mr. P. Pel-letter, where dancing was. indu.ged in until the wee sma' hours. Merars. Berry & Playle have dis  solved partnership. Mr. S. V. Berry retains the old office and .Mr. Playlr has rented the office west of Mr. D Thompson, formerly occupied . by Dr. Townsend. RAYMOND. (From the Chronicle.) Dr. i Rivers is awdy on a trip to the Pacific Coast. Hodges and Hyden had the misfortune last Thursday morning to lose by death their fine Clyde stal -lion Lambton Prince. He was to haw been shown at the Lethbridge fair but was found in a dying condition when Mr. Hyden, went ^o prepare him for the trip. His owners mistrust poison and will have his stomnch contents analyzed. He was purchased only this spring and was conceded to be one of the best types of his breed in the country. There was no insurance on |iiin, his owners have consequently sustained* a heiivy loss. FRANK. (From the Paper.) Monday evening a very pleasant wedding allair took place at Blair -more. The wedding was a double one, and the Rev. R. A. Robinson tied the double knot. The contrasting parties were Fred iMoran of Hit-crest and Edith Dodd of Coal Creek; and Alex Voble ot Hilcrest, and Lilian Pester of Coal Creek. The n^'W-ly married couples l^ve taken up their residence at Lundbreck. Superintendent Erickson went i.vor the line Tuesday inspeoling the work being done on the now terminals at Crow's Nest and Ijsthbridge. The grading of the yards at Crow's N^st is about completed and the foundat ion for the round house is being r'Jt in. The work at lioth terminals is |gatting along satistactorUy end with a good fall may he ready for use by the time winter sif it ntaturt'S and is realised on, will afford the pAopla of .Mberta nnd Ihe interior ot British Columbia the.itre going pleasures such as they havo never hithert.'o Itecn able to eniov Mr. Willin' achemo is to' organize all the towns and ci-ties AH-erta and Rritish Columhls In one hig l4iea.t  rical circuit-that is, oil such \t\w.m as can give a first class attraction aulBcJent businssa to rarranf them in visiting the places-with a view to include the lenmn and.possibly Rlairmoru will be included in the circuit in tlu.>e->'.'jnl of the plan materializing. RANIUNG REVERIES BY A DREAMER. There are ninny gocMl seeming men rho, if all their day's thoughts .-md reclinf(8 were to be suddenly develon-ed into acts, visible to the uvn, would run from themselves, ns iijnn in earthquakes run from the I'icry gaplings of the ground, and sulpiiir-ous tracks that oiHsn the way n th� uncoolod centre of perdition. We should bear the burdens of lite cheerfully. It is wrong to cultivate discontentment when wo could lOi.iy pcact! and happiness. Some people look on the dark aide of every j.ic-ture, and thereby lose 'the lieautv oi today's sunshine in anticipating dark clouds of to-morrow. Ijct ii.s rather catch tlie sunshine und w.-avo its golden threads into a fabric >'' life, and when the night of sorrow sheds its gloom around us ^iho-io threads of treasured, sunshine wii'. make our sadness less. Wo . sh'tidd meet our troubles with a will determined to conquer. Who has not for a moment ri�lt while climbing the steep path of liiV that his burden was heavier than his heart �J. Do not waste your vitality tnd time iu anxiety about yAur neit;h bor's sfdritiial or moral conditi >n. The one thing of importance abovi-all others for each individual is self-development. Once dov(;loped you ..ill be an inspirution to otbijrs to help themselves. You were sent her.; to makv the use of your spirit and mind. Unless you do this, it 's useless for you to attempt to iMn-ji'it others. If you do this your exapinle ill lie an in.spiralion and a guide, If you keep (;|>y. attractive morality and usefulness you will In: a .-niiro successful reformer than a thousand -ggressivc and disagreeable teact rs and mcHldlers. You cannot live another's life, but "you con live your owti and live it well, .^sk no mil's advice, but study the people you meet and avoid the habits and manners which you find annoying to /ou in others, and cultivutw the qualit  ies yo>i find are plAiaing and helpf'il. The time many people give to worry over the depravity of,, the world migiit lie giran to self analysis and meditation. Resolve to do and he what ;.ou want others to do and he. It is more important to be than to do, remember, jwt If ,vou do annv thing worth while you are sure to Ihi soniuthing woith whili^ ihe^ lighted lufnp gives forth rudianct;. Thure arc those who waste life in running about the world offerin^^ niatohfs to fellow pilgrims they I e-liev.; to Ije in the dark, while iheir own lumps are unlightetl. Tliere is a great plant of spiritual electric light within yourself. Tlie most important thing in life is to find that plant and to connect all your being with it, fie a radiant center wherever you go. Keep your own wires in good work ing order and you will not need to urge others to avoid the. darkness. They will sec the radiance you cast and it will be a more convincing argument than a thousand sermons. Onee you set about this work, of solf-development- spiritual development, not mental culture-;- you will find that you are a growing power among people. Luck, health and happiness will attend you. Strength, stimulation, courage and hope will awaken in those with whom associate. Y*6u will becontw a power for gooil. Make yourself before you attempt to make othars. THE LEGISLATORS TRIP. What the Edmonton Ruiletin Has to 'Say About it. (Eklmdnton Bulletin.) The Lethbridge^ and Cardston dis-Iricts were next visited and the party got a s^ht ot the rich irrigated lands ot the south. There was no doubt in the minda of the party as to the efficacy of water in the production of cropa. The towns ot dtirling.. Raymond Magrath and Cardston were visited The three former are, reached by water and the flowers., trees n. At some future date it is to be hoped that the members will be r.hle to take a trip east of Edmonton Wetaskiwin and Lacombe, and: nl^o to tho West and north of thia t'ty that they moy get some adequate knowledge of the ivsources of this part qf'the province. The result ef such exMirslona will be to insure a better and more intelligent admiiis-tration of tho affairs of the provinr-e hv the members in chorge of this important dulv. Get a 9 cent box ot Lax-ets aA our store please. We think they are great. Ju�t test these toothsome, nandy-like Laxative Tabletsi for constipation, sour etomach, luliousness, bad brealh, mudd.v completion, etc. Risk ,'> rents and 9�e. Sold by J. D. H'iginbotham A Co. FIVE NEW SE.Vrs. Por Alberta in the House of Com -moss. 6ttawa, .Ont., Aug. 24.-There >s little doubt the representation of Alberta and Saskatcho�an in the House of Conunons will lie raised from five to ten members each. The census which is now being taken will show the population has IncreasMl to such an extent that the above cei-lai^gement of representatloa must lie mode under the acts by which AlUr-ta and 8|jRkatcheran were given provincial aiilonomar. The cenji)s;.� cx|>ei^ting to show an increase of n hi)ndred (thousaiid in the pppu'>,tJon of Manitoba, ' which would eatitlc that province to an increase of f�.'" or five memiiers under the sain' act OS the other two provinces. Vxtii -tolia, however, will have tj wait for the decennial court in 1911 /or a re-Ad.iiistment of seats. A bill to increase the Allierta ri.d Saskatchewon representatives will probably bo introduced at next St�s-ion as a government measure. 1 iiillM Just Received Three Carlotdi. Iiiy and get First choice. ENTERPRISE LUMBER;||il|l|i^^ J. W. MoNicoL, Genenil Manager, Lethbridge, Alto. ' ^ V/]|(?"4 Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Round Stitrt, ', Great Northern Ry^ ~- '~iASE~~^~'^"^^j ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE , In e�tTy department .of Great Northern Tratn3 Tht quick, caiy, comfottablc way to SPOKANE. SEATTLE, VANCOUVER. AND ALL > POINTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited and he eonviaeed For detailed information address H. MACBETH. Agent; Lethhridge S. S."DAKOTA" sails frotn Seattle for/'the Orient, Sept. Sncl 8. S. "MIJiNESOTA" sail's from Soattle for the Orient, July.23 m filipii mm iilili iiili i TELEPHONE NO. 1 aaasaaaaaararsa " ''ssssssisssssss^ -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON � ( \ r-s m The Hotel Wiiidsdr H. B. MIEBACH. Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public " ' -Feed Stable in connection Telephone 47; Landseekers' and Rancher's Beadquarterg y iS;: RATES, $1.00 PER DAY liiil m WW-, rOK THE PEST SERVICi: IN ^ LETHBRIDGi: STOP AT THE [hotel dallasji -WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS :KOOTENAYj 1 MARBLE : WORKS Shachleton Simpson & Co Manufacturers ot a Marble and Graii|te :. MONUMENTS .  Wholesale and lietaii � I NELSON.B.C. I  B.V. MOORE, Local Agl  Draying and Team Work All kinds of Draying^ and Tenui Work given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay an d Onts forsle A. BRUCHET ; Getting Glasses I Oet them right. Have then tiiteil as they should be. Have # the lenses made for ,vou-to  your measure. Tlien you may read when you like, where you like, and at k, looking for eye comfort. I Not uu eye paip or an ache. No closing of eyes 'for rstta.'l while reading, no headaches^ no inconvenience at all. T^'; (lay would Ih> a good time -wii; coininenee to have vour eyw looked after. Consiiitation is free, youknow -any time you call. No charge for anything butj the glasses. iW. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENaRAVCR OPTICIAN. Agent (or BCIX PIANOa ?eee�Me,eeWi'l4'ip|'i .......fSfft ' I'.'k'',, 4: ;