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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ...........................#�>��tM4��M : $1.50 BIIINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR. THE A BRIGHT. NEWSY AND GLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in tpticli with the affairs of this growing district. No newspaper in Alberta has met with the encouragement and the success that has favored the Herald in its six month's career. - - - Will find - - - The best med(um in Southern Alberta to reach the people -: JOB :-DEPARTMENT ~ We have a modern equipment of type and machinery, as well as first-class workmen, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have a right to talk this way. Try us for * Letter Heads Bill Heads Envelopes Posters Colling Cards Wedding Invitatic^s Programines i Anything in fact where type and inlU 'in tho flame '.f his jiasNion. ' THE rSKK OF IIOMK. ; . From shn'Jow-latKl of nuMiior.v A KTilclpn idrcam comes unto inc. fii fancy 1 afh'*>ack atnong; I'ho litir>py ho^irs when I was young. In vifiions yel I sec M�� 'day, Wh�n I had 'l�cn � yv�ining's gloam, 1 saw tho old barn darkly lm. Aivd past, it from a witr.Jow iljri'fcht, \ .sword of Klory plprco.l i;hu ni�,'lit - 'I'lu! Ifg:lit of hoiiM!. An from alfar The wi.se inoh saw thi- h 'avfnly star. So thait sweet Iiig'ht, unto my eyt'9, S(?t�iii;;'d leading on tV ParadiN^. Again, in /�ncy, I draw near, A'gain I tdiroitgih tihc window |m>i>r. .Ateain I \ta.mi tho open door; Again ('$�tcal across the floor; Again' I clasp iiiy mother's form; Again 1 fo*;! her tear drops warm; Again I grasp my fmlher's. hand; Again I feel my hear: expand Into t'hwt overwhelming ..wn.w Of jo.\' too p 'for iitleronei?. , lliit 'lis a roina/nre oiUnx toM, .V story that is swo^t a�:l-old. .V tale that's found tho worid's hart warm Ji>ince ((.siis gave it doathles.s form; .Vn.'l many a heart hurnod .iUove sotne prodigal retiirne'd. So swoot that stfcnc was unto m�. It sheds a Ivalin througli nioniory. A sort of kindly. irWtuentv! y. I thought tho whole world wa.1 a sea j .\ golden dream came iiti'to me; NVhose breaking waves rose fierce and higii Ai�g many a life I �aw go out;. Henoath a black, teniiwsttiousr s.V-.Vnd iiiany a wreck was strewn a-* bout; But, safe amivi tho rush and roar, 1 stoo'd upon a happy shore, .V land that shoiae 'neath Hi'avc.i'.s^ smile, A sunny, green and jtonceiul isle, On which this old hou.se reaiv'*! its form, An ark of .safely in t.he storm; I stood, anvid' the breakers' foam. Secure upon the Isle of Home. Wo saw a idcture of Content the other morning -a happy il;oy about 14 year.anicd by F. F. Uuotood, oaa^si-aht engineer/ .returned to t>l�a ' city Ifl.s't nifiht af'tcr spending .Mcvcral day�. in Montreal in conference -.vtth lead -ing oincials of the compon.v 't'here. A largs ntin>lK'r of matters of .tihe fimt 'iniport'ance were umlcr disciisf^ion I during bis slay in the east, �'nd a dc-ciKion Was roacbt'd regainling t/he ma- j jority of tAem. All nueiJliions tn reference to tiVo | building of itbo hifl^ tevol 'bridge i^, , i ' ~r ��^-�-^ over the , 8a�katol�w^n river, be-1 V;^T?l^��nST pMWJIlger �g�nt, iwK'u Edmonton and Stratihcomv, iiii#��KM. ci^^. All Pohitt East sa4 Convenient traint, Ptiliaian fleep. eU, Free reclirirng ehair cgn, .. , DjniDg can...... J^or fall in^iatjon addraM H.J. Robert.it.,.St. Paul, Ninn.; or Jaa^ I Milwaukee, Wis, own. lA>okinic at him, we thought life la prc'tt.v much whal wc^^makc it after all. Happiness does not si-ring from wealth or leisure, but fioiiii a contented mind. We doulrt if there is a hapi>ier heart in oMv city than � as that this gieoit. work would lie pro-cee>de�l ivitb at o*ico by i'lio CwiMtidian Pacific rnilway jndependontly of th� Grand Trunk l*acitic. It has l>ci-n suggestiyd that the Grand Trunk should cross iha I'livj at a difteron| that of the Ijoy riding upon .his .jirt-| point, con. sun.shihe. with joy hasi,.i,,,,e proclaims her price abov,.i�as fully con.siffcr�l. 'Jhe olijvct Tho home that possensos a chcoi/ul wife and molber is not only a veritable haven # re.st, but tbu safe har-l�or whoso Ijcocon li'grbt will guide her bread winners . safely past all i�ick� and ahoals with unfailing, cer-�taint.v. The wbmon whose ihojiu'iil spirit can take tfiat .brave attititde toward life that enables bar to bear couraif^-oiisly t>he mevrtable biir.lens of her life's environment; that stien-ifihens her dctermina'tions not to fret or worry ihoss who, for her sake, are fighting 'the bard bat'lles in the world, has rcacho.i ibat at- ilepenJently of 'the G. T. 1*. ('itizons of Strathcona and Edmonton are desirous of co-o[>er�l'ntg wit.h t'ba CP.II., and adding to the rail-waV brin of th.; .bri'ilgv of rubies; and her i'nflucnce and txaiii pie are not felt only within the um-\'^^'"f^ .he .si.,.vo..�g the four walls she has ...aric-!'""^��';!^^�'^-" J-S^^^'-'^;; , ' Lerni and the lovcnny oHIk- grades. its ol the unassailable bulwark of slaU and society, a happy hon�o, but reach to thos.? she knows not of. MODEST CLAIMS OF'I'EX CAnR%' THK MOST COXVICTIOX. Wilien M'ax'im. ttie famous sun inventor, placed his gun L�foiic a rum-mittec of judges, he �tat�>d its carrying power to lie much below what he telt sure the gun would accomplish. The result of tlw trial Wi^s therefore a grt�at surprise, instead of tilsap-pointntent. It is the sanve with the nia'nufacituiv?ni of Chainil'.oa.st of all this remedy will accomplish, but fnvfer to let the users make 'the statements. What they do claim, is that ii- will �posiiivel.v cui� diarrhoea, dy.sentry, pains i|n the .'�toinacih and Ijowels ami has never ftis^n known to fail. Foi' by all diugglsiB. ShoukI tbis brnlge 'bo iMult It would mH't>ssitoite the con.sKriicl':oii oi iiikiny miles of now track av^ t4ie.al>aiKloii r ing of r'track �lrfoi.i,v ca�i!rt.!niotod. The quesitipntr .>nvolVG�i wouVd netmiT sarily come up before tbu ; icornortited conimiisaion licforc tlie work is 'begun. ' The inlcres'ts involved in the almn- doning of the old trac* are not, | Ma.Vor-^iJeo. ttogen. �however, conKKlcrcd to be of groat ! Sec.-Trca�.-Ch��. B. Population cloee upon 4,000 And increairint tfaify. tMiL>st'ic life; lie 'to biia lil>e ! the sunshine licitween tho trees; unit-' yourself inwardly to him, 'be giii�lod by him, make him happy and t*hon yuu will iwulerstaaJ wh'ai^.is fhe best happiness of iii'u oml will'acjuuire, in your own eyes, u wori\ib-llc. Slie is no K.ss womanl)" when she enters llw." various arlsi, scicncc'��. t rabies aifd |irol'essioiis than' wheii she grac-i's iKlr�xf tt'ioiii' 'by tCieir wives, mothers, of sisters. nODY IlECOViEKI-ni. (Higb Iliver Tin*e8.) conscr|uence and the c*>�iige will all pi'o>l>a'l>iliity \h! made. Mr. Whytc was asked regarding tlv pro|iose-the price a^od 'bvitbe 'liondboldcrs. The purdmi.sc oS the road ifcy/tbe CP. I(. is tiicrefore left ip a'l>cyance. The I'Pl'dge t#'lje built bj- iho CP. n. at UothbridgG w^ill Ijc one of tho greates'L on tbo system. It will be about one'miilo in Icngtti, and will be 300 feet in bici'g4it. I'Vio cosit will run up into many hundreds ot tlhoufr-amis. The bridge at Stratiicona is an c(|ually imi>ortant one, afid the building of it lis rcgarikMl as essentiol to tht> general e.xfiedKion of Uie business interests of the surrounding districts. ..... BownMB. I City Soliciior-C. F. P. ConybMra, NFAV IIUSINESS HLOCK. .\flep a long search the lK>tly of OI? Hicks was found aring to Ne.\t tho Dallas. nuild I'lie first voitl ii i'hihl uttors is apt to Ik! 'Mollier." and the oi'd man lin his ^l^yiu^j� r! MoUior!" It ma'tiers not whether slu! was brought iiji in t'he siirinund-ings of 'a city and in afflutmt .home, and was >ilress�r she wore the old time cap and gi-eat round speotaetes and apron of ht.-r.,o�'n iiwiiic, and knit your socks with her own noollos. seat pd by f Iw 'broaid , fn'e|)lai'e, wil'h givat black lot^s a'lilaA' on a winter nigli-t. It matters not how many wrinkles croKso-iiile band slie Iia.i wlwn we wore .siick, and what a voice riousl.v injured on Sa/turfla.V evening while watching a 't>aseball match. Wliile the .voung ntan was .'^tamling a iVw yards away, a bat accidentally slipp-kI from a player'.s hands, -striking h'im above the right eye, spli'ttlng the scalp to the 'bone. The blow sbog-gerwl him and as he fell sonic by  atnwK'i's caiig>ht him. Dr. I.iang was called and hatl him rcinovftJ to his horn.', where 'his wounds were attend-' imI to. Tlieiv; was fortunat'oly no i fracture of ('he skull, ami at pi'.\'*>iit i he is progivssing favoral�l.v. THE CALOAHV Sl'HMIOR FAIR. ed to the i-ear of tho lot. Wm.. Oliver will proce�i:l at once tp.ereita two store.v brick 'block 2.Vx85, on-its pres'Piit site. The nc\�" buit'dingn'g>lh of tlic building on the south sklo and two suite compltod. at iirosont. The building, which is lieing removed is �ne of 'the oMest in the cit.v. It was .buiH. in ISS.'i 'an.l was firs't us.^d as a ivsKloncu. It ,m liulli of slabs and Ik> held it Calgary on tho 10th. llth omd laib of we i -lul.v next, has just ln-'on issuivl. Spec-j ial excursion rates have been secured for pns.sen'ger� to Calgary during t.ho week ot the Fair, ft�d the fi-eig^vt or-1 To t>o Done Ret ween Hero ami Jferli- We have swn signs that . iniVirate thnt gam^bling in various forms is getting a foothold in t4ie comiuaiuty. Notice the effect of the criin^ upon doiiie.s'tic happiness. It has seal its ruthle.ss plow.s-haro througih niindrr:" j outlay on improvonnents and works animals, aii.v ag." or s�^itor, the |>rogon.v of! one cow. In llei'efiiivis tiln- prize li.s-t lias lici'ii .soiiicH'h^t ii(?pr�vt�d over pr.'Vintis .\oai'.s. Tho Canadian Hero-t'oi':l IbevliTs' ,tssociation is 'donat-cluUiii>ion.vhips for the best lull! anil cow. Classes aio also pro-vidixl for Polled Angus and GaMo  wa.vs. K. C. City Auditor-Ro|>l. Sag�. Chief n( Fira Oepartmeotr-A. E. Hiimphries. M(.s1i�iial Health Ofl>c�r-Hon. L. O. DeVolier. M.D. Chivf of Polico-H. M. Parry. Con-stoEbles Silliker �ad Jones. Aldermen-Win. Olivar, V. W. Dooloy, C. HJ Hanlinff, Dr. HcClure, E. A'dains, O. .W. RoWbkni. BOARD or EDUCATION. ClMimMn-^ir. VH.'-Flaatwood. , HfCfitaryr-IP. ,iB. Bo�nn�a. Truataea-Dr. Oalbraith. O. H. Johnston, R. Ninuaooa, V. W. Dpoley. BOARD 61* TRADE. VrnidMit^. V. P. CoiiirlMNkN. Vic*>l>i�aidaQt-Si! Rylaida. 8ccr�t�i!y'--r.'jH.: BaroM.:-...-r Execative-rfffm. OUvar,. C. (O. K. JTourac, F. Sick, M. Freen��n, M. OftrfoNl. M.'Yoimc. g6vI3RN]|ENT OFPlfeiALS. ItomlnioliiW. lliartin. Tmm.i�t-4itibnS'=i-C.Koa. ��jioir;'''traveil -jngaminigRaitiaar�g0nt,.'A.'E: Huuiiih-ries., oarei-fidKr/ itnmicratida ;ball. Hegistrar of Vital .Statlatica-C. B. 'Udwiuan. Superintendent of Mbiintiod Police,- J^.^O.-Wil�6n;- 'f-.^'-" . PoJrtmMter-rJ' D. WciAbotbam.!^ Coliectpr ot ,Cuatoni�r-J. Kanny. Member b( AVbcrta liiegitilature- W. next ) c. .SininKwis.  : - ifeinbor of House, of'Conkiiions- Jna., Florron.. Pinohw Crook. . s L.:. .Ja, CHUHCHES. . SMta, Manager. Bank ot Cbmntorca-C. 6. K. Nour.�ei' lianaver. Union Bank-O. U. McMickii^l. Managur. iuiLWAYS, , I Lethbridge ,is on Mm Crdw'a Naat ; I line of' the C;' Pi R., and 'is about to? IbecouM a diViaional pioiititV It'iaii^ i keafdquart�r� vOi/ tiha Ai R; �(4' Railway, running uiit'h to ;Ui��t, FaUi. Mmiflaim. J.'JrH'ill'* transcou-linental ' rdad-' ia almoat sure to strike t'hls point. Roads ara also proicTcted north.to Calgary and t^th-bri'dgCi iu a very few yqars, is likely to li�! a big railroatl ceotre. FARMING. T>>tbliri'd is the centre of th� __ iMily iiiig-uiion dhsiriot m Canada. / -- 11-- ,  , ^^'iip ijnesjt lurnis in tha wast MiMri'n I,iai�Mt Cares C�M8, etc u> Im seen near the town. At ' present the unirrigwifd lands in all diroctWiis ai-o being rapidly settlwd, and there Is no doubt but that this f town w'ill soon be the cciitm otgl^t agricultural t%:.callh mihI popuiatiOB. 1.0CAT10N. Lethbridge is tho natura.1 capital of ^ Houliwrn Alberta. It is tlM llttb Of a big dikiricl, and from tiore gQOda�n distributed south to 'the bouBiilary, east into SMskatohcwan and waat) to British Coiutabia. and'noMh:; ahaiMt^ as far as Calgary. It isi>b�t>nd'vtd iiecome the leading, wholeaala- cthtra In Allwria, south ot Calgary. CLIMAtW.-,.,:; lj0lhtiriNjge;a cUiMta /i*. very ntuoh like OolorWdb. W� oiily' have winter for a day or'adi-Biid this't�st of the time ^Ihc aim,n January. Thera In ho fiber climate in'all Canada. CONVEXIEXCES:^,-J, � wkterworks syatem, elective Jlght,;: owerage system, telephone aystnu. -  ^-_�-^;.;,-^j*J Alhx. Mulr author bif tte : w^r;;/ known pBtrlotic anthem VThoMaiitej;, I.*af" died at Toronto. Sir . Joaei* Ward la Wfoly to sue- ; coed the lata lUcAwrd l^aedikW;^ I 2 MORI'^ IRRlGA'riON WORK cine Hut. . Ottawa, July 2.-'iMie Robbins Ini-gatioii company, an Engli.sh s^j'^ndi-raie, is iHndertaking an extensive project ill 'the district wc^t and soutii of .Mtiliciivo llat, wlfich contompiales I'lie iiTigiatioii on*l inipiovcmont of iijiwaids of �()rt,O00 acres lying b�j-ttti>.>ii the f'.l'.R. main line aiiid tho froiv s Vest I'ailway. This company has eiilerod 'into a contract to e.x-IH'txi a minini.itm of $1,000,000 in the project and expects that tihcir will run to �l,500,000. Outaldio of certain factories which the company will csl'a4)lisi!i i>n the city of lledioi^ne Hat, their sclncnw coniomplatca . tlie sst'tlement of a ttact with American and Cano'dlan mttlers who have experience in tho working of irrigttited loiiKfs. The company wilt cstoibl'iah a oanni'ng foctory mud sugar beet fac tory, PrMteler of New Zealand, v ;