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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta - * - H 4*- �f>,n s>**�F% , Li. When you oome to the Metropolis atny at the al Hotel $1.00 per 4jpiy Opposite ary, Stephens A ltockendorf Proprietors KEAN'S THE STOKE FOF Fre�h Strawberries Cherries j Tomatoet; A�para|M Cucumber* Orange* Banana* Lemons Bot of CaaJtet at Might Prieet ICK CREAM AN I) ICE CREAM SODAS lAtirctt. One of the heaviest storm* or thy season has Just passed over Talw*, and the plensantest of weather fot* town without frost. Fall plowing 's the watchword. Douglas' L*V� it running over, nnti a proportion in on to furnish the villagers water from the lake for their town lot**, no prepare ye your "canvas dam.s " llulldlng is lively and carpenter* are much sought after. The new church of Rn gland church m to Ite built just south west of the Union Motel, Now that the force of worsman hnveret timed, the new C.P.It. stnt � ion hIH ix� completed. All Hon Scott's nine roomed hou�s rm is being rushed l�y Messrs. J. 0, McLean and Oeo. Ileverloy. Mr. Howden, recently from Hay  mo ml, In sending to Lethbridgc fir curpenters to work on his dry goo S house which will stand Just north of llonglln's. Wealhor delightful after the storms ll�rv cd. Work nt the cos I mines lively �t>J healIh ami spirits of thVpeople goo i ing and haying are resuni CAtlDSTOX. (From the Star.) There i� a project on foot for building un elevator In the Butte j lt ft.W p.m. Hev. KXOX CHURCIL (Presbyterian.) A. M (loiMlon, Miivister* Buialuy Services at 11.00 a. in. and 7 HO p. 1*1. Sunday School at 11.00 p. in. I'rayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 8-Oft o'clock1. from, our farmers are Interested �>\t\ there will )>e no mistake m* u� i!, according to the strict letter ��f the term, we advertise, "The Oaeijion Fair the Uest In Southern A.^jrta." FIN0I1RR CltKKK. (From the LOcho.) Mr. M. McDonald.the mill promoter arrived here from Calgary on Monduy morning's train and is now busy making arrangements for the erection of the mill. A company has been formed under the style of the lyncher Creek Mill and Ml ova tor Co, Limited, with a capital stock of $115,000. Mr. M. McDonald has been elected President; Mr. C Kettles, vice-president, and Mr. M. IV Heath of Calgary. temporary secretary. The capacity of the mill has been In* creased to a 100 barrel! and the capacity of the engines and boilers has been Increased so as to run a creamery In connection or to run a milt of a capacity of 1*i0 barrels. The contract (tfr the machinery has been let to Ooldie * McCullough, ol Winnipeg, and is of the latest im- Mft. J ill visiting the nhiecH-with a view to Include the eeome a power for good. Make yourself before you attempt to make othars. Jsit Received Three Carloads, trly and get First choice. ��alb �� v - �h . - IJ ENTERPRISE LUMBER J J. W. MoNicob, Genenil- Manager, Lethbrldge, Alto. Ltd. �_ Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old Btand-Round Strwt::WM . 'i*. �}. j 1^ � I. _� 4 _ .1'. The irlcts party proved pattern and everything up-to-; ^*�llo climbing the steep path of Im date. We are sorry to learn that Rev. D. 0. McPhali hus resigned his charge that his burden was heavier thun h:� heart could hear. I tut we must ever look upward and never fatter tinue In our route, our ambition win at last l�e crowned with miccevt. 1| has often been said t�hwt "every - wHI renew our hope and en here, and Intends leaving about the lat of October. l.ast winter Mr. MacPhall had the misfortune to lose his aged father, .and, we (understand. It is on this account that he has decided to leave us as he has to go back east to look after Ids aged mother. Mr. MacPhall has iMvn a resident of PI no her Creek for about two years and a half and he and his family have during that time en - 7 \ has its pain and sorrows/* inn ;t true, but we must say that everv day has likewise Its pleasures and joys. We are only drinking out of that mixed cup which Providence Ims prepared for all. j This column  published wce* voe, Zina and Orilla WooUe took train for Calvary as did also His hop Hammer and his daughter Amy. Mr. Martin Woolf and daughter, lone returned on Monday. The Ilia-hop plckejl up the rest of his folic* at Ortcin and proceeded! homo on TueKduy. 1'he storm coming onmade travel rather precarious, but mud* covered ami wet they landed in late Tuesday evening. H'hat can be done towards establishing a High School here? Something ought to lie dona right aw:iy quick! Parents having pupils who have .passec| the ftth standard are seriously inquiring as to whether or not they are going to he compelled to send their children away, Wo believe the matter can bo properly adjusted by getting at it In the right way and at I be rlgtit time. Cards ton must have a High School. The Lothbridge Fair was an exrM-l prepare him for the trip. His own*rs mistrust poison and will have hi* htomnch contents analyzed. He wus purchnxed only this spring and wan conceded to Ih� one of the t>e*t types of his breed in the country. There was no insurance on )rim, his owners have consequently sustained a heavy loss. FRAXK. (From the Paper ) Monduy evening a very pleasant wedding affair took place at Blair -more. The wedding waa a double one, and the Itev. ft. A. Hoblnsin tied the double knot. The con tracing parties were Fred Jtforun of Hll crest and Kdith Podd of Coal Creek-and Alex Voble of HUcrest, and Lilian Pester of Coal Creek. The te-w-ly married couples l*uve taken up their residence at Luudbreck. Su|�erintendent Krickson went t .vr the line Tuesday itiKpecting the wort: being done on the new teriniuulM at Crow's Nest and l.ethhridgv. ''lie grading of the yards at Crow's .V �u is about completed and the foundut ion for the round house is lielng put in. The work at tw>th terminals Is gat t ing along satisfactorily and with a good fall may le ready for use by the time winter sets in, oth erwlse it l� not likely the Macleod terminal will be abandoned liefore spring. K. Willis, a Calgary gentlemanwho visited the towns of The Pass during the week, has a scheme, which .f it nvituns and is realized on, will afford the i wot do Alberta and *he interior of British Columbia thettre going pleasures such as they have never hitherto been able to eniov Mr. Willis' schema la to organize all the towns and cities of AParta and British Columbia in one big t4iett -rical circuit-that is, all such places as can glva a first class attraction sufficient business to rarranf them pathway of an editor whose road seems ever to lead among the th �rns. Ti*aeh the children to tie kind to the unfortunate In life, and never to J make game ol any, for heaven lov ami pities the poor and humble. I..l. and the school influence the com * munlty. Around the home hear'it* may lie the svr|�ents roiled to strike with its poisoning fangs the prtt-tling child upon its mother's kueu. So invoke the guardian angel of peace to hovei over your home ne*t. that you may lie mh*uiv under the shadow of his wiuus AS AN KXAMPLK TO OTH Kit*) Do not was to your vitality �nd tima iu anxiety about ynur nel^n bor's spiritual or moral condill m. The one thing of iiup..rtume above all others for each individual Is se;(- I development. Once di-vijjopwl y^u will Is* an inspiration to others to help themselves. You were Kent hare to make the l*est use of your spirit and mind. 1 uh*s�� you do this, it �u*�-lt*Ks for you t.� attempt to I**jv* � H � \ a t _ L h - r x � ^ - h * J 1 - POINTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited and be convinced For detailed information address MACBETH, Agent; Lethkridga S. "DAKOTA" sails from ScnttlK fur ihu Orient, Sept. 2nd S. S. "MINNESOTA" snils from Sonttle for the Orient, July 25 ^^^^ ir V- + t n Pi Y v T>J vX( xc )io:o:o:o:o;o;o;o;o:o:o;o;o FELEPHONE POU ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB MIRON M1EBACH, Proprietor Ever>� attention Fml Stable in connection Landsot^kors tmv public Telephoue Kuncl ftdquarters oo DAY FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE OH h A cent box of Mx-ets avt our store please. HV think they �rn j gr*fkt. JuaU t^tit Uase toothsome, ' ejindy-like I^a^ative Tablets- for con* stipstion, sour atomach. biliousness, bod breath. mu^Uly compleafon, etc. RIkIc r* cantn ami see. Sold by J. P. HltflnbQtham 4k Pa. WE ARE ADVERTISED 5Y OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS tS -: e FIVK NKW SKATS. For Alltertu in the House of Com mo i Anu�u, Out.. Aug. 24-There in HttIt* riou)>t the representation of Al-l**'i-ta ami Huskatchowan In the l|i>u*e of Coimnons wilt 1* ralsoovo oc-and m^ldlern. You cannot live uu- j iHrgenujnt of representation must ho made under the acts by which Alta r-ta and Saskatchewan were aiven provincial autonomy*. The cenms.s KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson hi Co. Manufaoturerrt of Marble and c;runi>c MONUMENTS Wholesale and liclail   s olhfi-'s life but "you can live your own and live it well. Ask no mti's advice, but study the people :-ou i NELSON, B.C.: meet and avoid the habits and man- Impeding; to show an increase of aj J H.C MOORE. Local Attt  When You're Gettins Glasses Get them ri^ht. Have tho titled as they should bo. Have the ItMisea uiadtt for .vol'-to your measure. Then you may read when you like, where yuu like, and as much us you like, and you'll not need to turn or twist the Ukjk, looking for eye comfort. Not uu eye pain or an ache. No elositiu of eyes for rests while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. Today would In* u good time to comment'" to have your looked after. eyes ners which you find annoying to /ou in others, and cultivate the rmallt � ies yon find are plausing and holpf'il. The time many people give to worry ovcr tha depravity of *he world might tat Riven to self analysis and meditation. Resolve to do and he what ; on want others to do and be. ft is more Important to \m than to do, remember, yet if you do *ow thing worth while yon are sure to hundred thousand in the pppirY: :.m of Manitoba. which would entitle that province to an increase of n* j* or Ave memt>erH under the sum* net us the other two provinces. *e**ni  tnha, however, will have t