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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHtKlfttl, -ALTA., FRIDAY, 4UIY I, IfM it now bow. We can do you odd work in Screen Doort and Windows do it M want it. WUJows dows or doors 'they are ffi CAR OP PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WN. OLIVER'S PLANING HULL Office, and Factory: Lethbridge Auction On Sale at the' Hart quantity of Good class literature knock oat prices They are selling rapidly All the best authors ft 410 ROUND STRtET TELEPHONE 261 THtft IHM1OIUTION rf 0. Oflkial Bpokune, Waah., July gration. from Great Britain and uor- them Europe Canada awl the United be heavier than it ban been for faiftd M. of FRUIT The Mftclcod Advance says: Jhe Indiana are at work rounding ip their cattle, anjl an will nrnsontljr- cut out their bCef cat- "l ile for present time over one thousand calves have jeen branded by the party, which is i large composed of whites, Breeds and ludiaiis, witlv Mr..'.', Cliff Clarke in charge of the outfit. They working Scott's Coulee and vi- cinity the latter part of the massing west of town yesterday. of Padfle Bailway'a At- Haiit who iiVui ipokauc .on hia return hottf from a. tjip to the PaklW 7He said: "There has been considerable of. a falling off in the immigration from the Latin countries, Auutro-Hunfary and Greece, since early laat winter, ami, improbable thai tlic figures at this yiaar will show thai- left America for their, home lands" than came. The return of .so uiaujr.oLtlm claw .of immigrants to Europe can be explained only by the general suspension of railroad con- struction and ,w_ork .of a wmiLir na- ture. "For the greater part the Italians Greeks -and Hungarians, who liave been' coming' to m such Urge number? during the few years, are'unfitted for any kind of work other than fcuch as railroad grad- ing and digging ditches. When that kind of work is suspended they are helplefes. The immigrants now com- ing from England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany and: the coun.- tries are oi the sort that benefit any country to which they come. they come with the locating permanently, and- many- of', them are prepared to en- gage in agricultural pursuits for themselves. -The northwest is the des- tination larger percentage 'of these immigrants than any other part of 'the continent. The immigration to the Canadian northwest from Eu- rope this'year will-be heavier than it was-last, .the great majority of the newcomers "The differences between the large steamship .brought about the rate war" o? last winter, have been adjusted arid it is not likely that the companies will involved in any rate cutting for. some time at least... The lines have entered into e v to make any change e rates and the line violates will have AH freth ftiid in coiulitiou Strawberries J3.00 a crate Peaches.. Apricots.. 1.45 1.75 3.00 1.85 1.75 Chow Sam 4Co. McKelvio McGuire'i Old Stand It U natural thai a firl should ish to appear at ber baat before a mail whom nhe Ii equally natural that a man abooU bo careful .from the king hie r comfort, keep irl he u ol- wile. He ihoufWul al hU spare tiate in her com- pany, will not that has any aults that relative paint out to bo- came Fri- y to relieve Dr.; C.-W: Sanders. He spend the hfagrath Pioneer. summer PERFECT ICE-CREAM. Warranted to make a joy of every sizzling hot day. You. never knew Ice Cream was _until you've tasted ours. .All PUREST, BEST, Try it TODAY Try. it .every'day, and try it in the evening if- you want, to win a sof spot in "her" heart. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor to Jieavy penallyT the rate war was-in -progress -passengers were to Europe, third chiss for 15. All ".tho. lines lost money-on that kind "ol traveK" WINCHESTER RIFLE FOR SALE -40-ii; Winchester rifle, good condi- tion, ior sale. Made fpr big game. Shoots steel-jacket hall. Model 1896. Will take1 note in payment, or would trade. Address J. B. K-, Herald 70X3 ALBERTA WELL REPRESETED Edmonton, July Dr. Ru therford, premier of the province an Mrs. Rutherford accompanied b their children, Miss Hazel and Maste Cecil Rutherford, left on Friday fo Banff where they have taken a cottag for several weeks.' On July' 17th7 the premier will for mally open the big Fair at Winn peg and will then, in company wit Lieutenant Governor Bulyea, atten the imposing ceremonies, planned fo the Quebec Tercentenary. Alberta .official representation at this patrio celebration will thus tingly bo jnen who have worked out for themselves the problems of the West and'-who- have -good" here, winning meanwhile the esteem im, and not egards the of "aaVction towed upon hiuiBelL The irl is ii girl of by friends and indulged Sf fam- Her plans and wishes often have he first consideration. Little is re- quired of her and muck to.yielded to ler. Finally, after but eou- ideralion for herself, the wedding day comes, and with it a gradual change n the order of tilings. husband fond of his wife as the lover was of iis bethrothed, but she is his, and ha no longer anxious. .He'.hub duties and; social obligations perhaps rather neglected during his courtship, which must be atended to, -He not show its aftY'HJon so much and, 10 more ex-. acting; while the wile-hitherto petted in her own home and one imagines him changed and inattentive. No longer seeing him she sees his failings and betray r her own. This beginning, without any bcrious fault on either side, is often quite sufficient to lay the foundation of a thoroughly unhappy life. not that wpmea jhould have inriiehee thaa they now We atk that they be trained to ttike the heat pbeaible oi it. ThU fill, marriage more noble and onrich and strengthen the mother'g iuflueuce and give to life a dignity and strength. A bud teiuber in one of" the worst tilings with which a man or a wo- man can be -afflicted. It ia a to the and thoae who are obliged to live la the same house with the possessor of the complaining temper are martyrs. It is often said that we should'not let the bad tem- per of, others influence us, but it would be as unreasonable to spread a blister of Spanish flies on the skin and not expect it to draw, as to think of a family not suffering on CROATS Situated on the boundary betweenAlbert abd British Col. umbia and on the of the Reeky Mountains. Tlu Retort of Crow9! Nut Excellent hunting, asking, banting etc. Everything comfort and SaddU tad gmidat ptovHed, Good Picnic Free. Dancing Hall. Spend your vacation at Neat. Firti ftlaat datioaat the v v" SUMMIT HOTEL MB 9 ANDY GOOD, Proprietor it is realize that serious stifiy is less like- ly io injure women "than'1 pinched waists, late hours, hot rooms and un- wholesome food, better for our girls to hejgraduated at schools for science rattier than at schools for'scandal.r We thick it will belter prepare' thenv for "ttie grave responsibilities of matrimony and motherhood than rapid life In which personal adonihieiii'ig'their Chief aim, and how to kill time "and "secure a rich Imsband their principal anxiety. The mental is improving is communion between ac- tive minds, and the women of a man s household must' either a stimulus to his highest'l aspirations or a dragtupon the in- terests, therefore, of and of human improvement' 'its widest taught that all ways to get money account of the bad temper of are alike ..honorable. To be sure, he' one of its members. It is like! "M different teachers, who teach dif- sting of a scorpion, or of several] methods to reach" the same scorpions, a. perpetual source of 'jr- j Kreftt object, but they all land tlie ritalion, destroying your peace and. student in the same rut. He is rendering life a-burden. To hear one' be sharp. To forget honor everlasting complaint and growl duty to all other men. To ccoding from, what is aptly called a or distrust all who are "chronic, 'to have every of his wt' sect or society, when agreeable thought chased, away by iu truth there are as good men, as this evil spirit of disputatiousness, 'is Pure and as lovely children more than flesh and blood can stand. in other'-sets'. and sects'as in our ownl This would be a better world if the Our dutv to God is .perlormed only people'-who loee their Vmpers would when we properly care for, assist and find them again. educate all who are bpm from hu- manity; to care for God's jewels and see that we do not set them in mud filth, degradation and wickedness. To carefully surround our little-ones, our. loved ones, with nfluences and environments that will encourage them to be good and pro- tect them from the bad. It is our duty to prohibit by all means in our power the approach of enemies to the decent and the -'good. To protect from the dirty, the vulgar, the ob- scene, the pernicious, the easily an- gered, the ones that cannot control their thoughts, words and actions; those who make our children, our ser.- vants and ourselves other than what PARENTAL DUTY TOO POORLY DONE Pre-natally, we make children feel that they are unwelcome. They are born shy, timid, fearful of cuffs, They BURGLAR PHONED FOR AID CalUd to Hie Odma in blows and ill-treatment. sli rink in a measure from the love or touch of their parents, and are never away from home in- at ease till fluences. As babies are taught to lie, GHADUATING GIRLS Some of us, at any both {cheat, dissemble, develop selfishness sides io and to', struggle only for'pence and plantations. They see their parents deceitful and always double-dealing with theml They are 'educated to deceit, and to go outside of blood re- lationship for confidants and 'advice. They see their parents nagging each other) "qua welling, other, bickering, back-biting, and the next moment praising, flattering, and kissing ;each "other. Thus the mind of-the child ;is a tremor of doubt, disgust and disturbance. rlt is educated to hide dirt behind under cliaiirs and in dark cor- ners, :and: conceal its liittle acts of meanness rather than weed them out of its ;life. speaking meanly, ugly of neigh- them with smiles, kisses and comulimenta. Thus is'educated to. develop a doubler On entering the -field that is just sense, there sho'uld be the education of a pcrpose in apart from questions of what they are to I beyond gate- 61 j maturity, 'so., to learn, and preparation a the young man is taught busi sphere domestic or ;duty: Thai -ia, .to Ke, cheat, Putting a crown on a mini's head does not put anything kindly in hia heart. CANS AND NELSON READY San Francisco, 'July 2 Joe Cans admits of no such low Standard and good'will of the people at large, tliat of custom or .fashion. We deceive; To' make-customers I champion at Goldf "I j. do drunk and then do for .them.' He is' favorite'it 2 "to and "Battling'.' Nelson who will meet on the afternoon of July 4th in a 45 round boxing contest fo? -the light- weight championship, have practical- ly finished their training weight agreement calls for 133 pounds at the ringside. Cans has confined himself almost entirely: to. road, .and gymnasium work of the simplest entirely eliminating boxing i "on the other hand, has pak particular attentipn to boxing in ;his training. and seems to in .as go6d as wht-n he last C m et th ;Nelsoh is the St. Petersburg, July auda- cious burglary in which four police- men were unwittingly implicated took place at Odessa a few days ago. Just before'midnight the police .sta- tion in the Alexandroviski district received a telephone message to send four detectives to the Chouse of the Governor-General. On their arival they were met out- side the door by a captain of the gendarmerie, who informed them that the arrest of a dangerous revolution- ary had to be effected, and that they must be prepared for an armed- re- sistance. He then drove off with them to the house of Dr. Bucbstab, a prosperous young physician, which they entered n the name of the law. Only the doctor's mother and the servants were in the house, and the captain asked the old lady to hand over all the money .in her possession, nforming her; at the same time that she would be arrested in the morning.- rle then ordered the policemen to nake a careful search for bombs. No bombs were found, and the captain ordered the four detectives back to their station. He then drove-away, taking with over Next morning it was discovered that the whole, affairs was a fraud, and that the police had given assistance to a new Captain Koepenick. IN A GOOD CAUSE London, June. Duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia spent H the week end at Cliveden aa the. guests of Mr. Wal- dorf Astor, who yesterday glaye a brilliant garden party in aid oi the Barnardo Homes. The Bishop of Virginia': who; and the Duke of Connaught, who came especklly for tke occasion, made; sympathetic Bpeches Barnardo movement.'' Entire Stock of I. M. Banks S Co. must This ajvery low rate on thfe Dollar. Some Thousands of Dollars worth of goods will be disposed of at wholesale cost and lines below that cost.. JTHINK TfipT OVER. Never before were such bargains pffereii Just Gkmce Over These Prices for the Story they tell means nothing if they do not mean Money to You "-V-v-tter cf rf J--V-V 9 -MEN'S CLOTH I NO A few Men's K Men's Blue and E'.aek Serge Suits. Begular to 118.00. to Over 100 Suits in Worsteds and Tweeds. Newest airiValft, strictly up to the minute. Pair Men's Troase'rs. Reg. ti.75 LaVge OVERALLS, SM6CKS; WORK HATS, CAPS, FUR SLICK- Ac. "''All .Cleared THAU COOT LOO I S I BOOTS AfrD new Styles jai) ar.d Womenja Misses rind Shew. All Sold in -This' N Sale i i .BELOW THE WHOLESALE PRICE Men's and Mies' iloawf --Frim Me to SI J5 Now.... ..ft atxl Children's Non-Rip Kef 51.50 andI 11.75. RUBBERS AND LEGGINGS J NITS, GLOVES, GAUNTLETS 500 Pairs of Men's .and ifeys'. Lined ami TJnlirkKl Gloves. lAH 'OWN- PRICE IN THE STORE OF LADIES' CLOTHING A large range of Ladies' Skirts in Voile, Panama, Tweed and Serge, just put in stock. Regular 95.50 to 112.50. [....Now to M A; lew Ladies Jacketa. Reg 1 10 and 12. Ladies' Waists, in fancy and silk embroidered 'net and fancy House Waists from j .t .si U Night Gowns fancy and plain.. Prices from; ..fl to -A large range .of Fancy; Beltt, Veilings, Handbags, Etc., Ectc. GOOD, BYE PRICES ON EMBROIDERIES AND LACES 1500 yards of Embroidery, in all widths. Regular lOc to 65 c-. per yard. Now .....t.. >.5c to 4k yards of Silk and Wash Ijice, Gorman and F'rcneh Mesh. Rofular lOc NOW IS THE TIME TO f-IT YOUR BO OUT WITH A NEW WIT Suits 'in Serges and I "Fancy Tweeds" Regrilar to ai'.SIJt to Odd Pants ____ Tie to SIJI CROCKERY AND A large assprtincnt joat placed ia stock, consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups, Saucers, Kates. Tea- pots, Fancy Dishes, Etc., all to be .CLEARED AT COST fob. I Me ml MrU he M wt Mi Mt k dart son w j JULY 4th Remcmbw the Place I Whitney LUbck, next Union Bank ;