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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta -: $1.50 :- BRINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR, THE Lethbridge - Herald A BRIGHT, NEWSY AND CLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touch 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. Advertisers - - - Will find - - - The Herald The best medium 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 Dodgers . Coifing Cards Wedding Invitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: Nothing but the Best RAMfUNGjIEVERIES (lly A Dreamer,) TII'K Ifit.V. or HoMK. From dhirdow-lniwl of memory A gill don dream comes unto inc. In fancy 1 nth txick among Tlio happy hours whoti I whs young. In visions yd 1 sv�c Mw day, Whim I had boen a year uwny- My lirsi year-ami i sought once 1110iv, Heart sore unci ftieli, in.v father's door. And as I clinvU.d 1 in? winditig road Irou soul, and all the endearment* urn consumed 'in thc flame if his passion. Wo sow a picture of content the other morning -a happy toy nlioitl 14 years old, who was driving a dirt-cut't along the Mlrwl. Tho lined were secured 'between hid knood: the horsm. that any world-wtary man An esctnev without a name. I .For I'Jieiv, across the eviming's glnum, I saw the old burn darkly loom. Ai,'.I pnsi it from a wii/.low (bright. ! A sword of glory pierce,.! 'he infill - 'The light of home. As from afar | 'Hie wise men saw -the h-nvmly ut.ur, | Ho that, sweet light, unto my eyes, Spent, d landing on t�* Paradise- I Ain, In fancy, I draw near; Again 1 tihrough the window pe,>r. A gain I pass the o|ien door; ' Again I wteol across the floor; 1 Again I clasp my mother's form; ! Vgaln I foel hor tear drops warm; | Again I grasp niy lather's- hand; ' Again I feel my heoi" expand Into that overwhelming sense Of joy too r of matters of ,tiho flint Importance Were under dlsciid^ion during his stay in the east, And a decision was reached regarding the majority of ihom. , �*s&'2-n-rmvnxw All uueaUons in reference to tAifgSS^^JW^. " biilVding of the high tevtri bridge 5�5rrt ?*" 8t "tatt.l �T over the HoHkatohcwxin river. Sf,�?|*J6".^1 !�Me�ger �gM>t, twiKMi IMmowton and Htrathcona,1 "IT1,?**6r*.'j.,lx ... . weiv token up, mk! It. was ilwidotl i-- tlint this gi'eail, work woiiKJ be Convenietit tmitis, PwUtniin #le�p-eft, Free fecliHfiig choir cart, ........ Dining cm. For full injtormBtipn atldreti H.J. pro- Central Boot A Shot Store life la pretty much what we ..make it ceodr�l with at once by the Caivaidlivn : after all. Happiness ' hrivVge, a gienoral traffic bridge. � Imr whiMw beacon Ihjht will guide!'''ho nmWor is still under connidorat- her bread winners safely past all !lon B,K' wl" u' ,nkT "I' l^t*wn the '.ockd and dhoald with tmfalling wr-! *T**rn cities ami the company at n jtalnty. The wonmn w^tos,. . he .Wnl i ,n.'^r *,n,,!- Work on tho. dlruciuiv spirit can take that brave attitude' C fol. |,1>r warm ] sake, are fighting Uic hard bat ties ;-Sinee desiis gave it deathless fonn; i worlr prU-.. nlitiv,. buriiod ... � rubies; arxl her influence and txam - .\b,ve si>me prmligal -returned. j ,,|, lllv ,ol foll ol|ly wlt.nil, ,h, ,iM1. So swih>I that mtw was unto me. , ,H o( ,,H, fo|lJ. wn,B Mh, h,M |||ft(kl ' It sheds a ImiIiii through nuMiiory. j ,,m.ssailnble bulwark of stale an.l i A sort of kimlly iri/luemv bro.ight 'snoloty. a happy home, but reach m To touch and gladden every thought. ^ ,holi.. s,i,. knows not of. That night J slept within-() joy! - I'lie room I sWfit in when a ttoy. , i * will l�> -liogun nt once hy thi pany. It is tiiKlerstoo city of IVImonton ni�.l thr town of Strath -cotia will umpiest imiably uoMo with the V. V. II. in tho erection of the! bridge. i The hitilding of a steel brid^ u- ' cross tho llelly river at l/'thcirklgv was fully considered. 'Jhe o!ijrr.lg�i mileage Ivetwwn l^-thliri.lgv ninl Mc-l.eivl and the lowering mi lie grii'-li-s. ' Shoiikl this hrklgc lie tmilt it wnnld niTessilate the t*on>aruct on of many i miles of new truck aif.l thu alHindou � ! incrcaalng daily ing of track already ronslruotetl. | (0WB |n leid (U Co. MODKST CLAIMS OPIKX 1'AllUV 'Nw *'' Population clone upon 4,000 and 1%� third laifeat Allwrta. A coal mining, In- I thought the whole world was u sea A gobliMi 4lream came unto me; 'l w,|"-*n MoJrtm. the famous Kuu in Whose breaking waves rose fierce and I *�",>nc�l hid gun before a rom-1,^, j wit tec of judgt>s, he iKatotl its carry- ' Aug many a life 1 �aw go out; I "�� l,owor l ito �wh ''Clow what he jlteivath n black, tempestuous s .y. i "'lt *wv ,,w 8un *oulltabilily ls> maile. CITV OFFICIALS. Mayor-^ivo. Itogmra. Sec-Tread-Chaa. B. Bowman. l.'H.v Sulickor-o. F. P. Conybeara, \nd wreck was many n ' bout; Hut, safe amid thv? rnsJi an.l roar, pointnwnl. lt Is the same with the 1 stood upon u happy sliore. ! mnnufaotuivrs of I'lramitn-rlaio's folic A land that shorn- 't.eath ||,-ttV�rn^�,o1,,ru ftn:l l>'�rrhoea Iteimoly. Tl e> ximlL^ j do not publicly boast of all this A sunny, gnvn mid p.ineiul isle. I reimnly will accomplish. Ihi......-f.-r to On which tit., old house reard itsivi ,,u> l,s�'rH '""^ �he statements City Auditor-Robt. H*gt. id purchase by the t'.imwllnii- Miimphrics. Pacific railway of the I'nnce AHvrl ! Medlcil Health Ofilcer-Hon. L. O. Con- biH-n operated hy the company on a , Ohwf of I'ollco-H. M. Parry lease. An option nn UiiH Ifm 4ms ("'Xldonilen^w'""^O W,�*' Adams, O. W. Hobinaon. form. An ark of salViy in the .itorm; I wl mi I. umid the breakers' I'tiam, Secuiv upon the Isle of Home. What they do claim, is that, it will positively cum.' iliarihoe.i, dyseiitry, , pains 'in the stomach and bowel* and i has never U*�n known to fall. Finale by nil mnggisis. DOPY HI'.COVlMll'.n. tlliuh 111 vet Tinted.) After a loag a>arch the body of Ol  Flicks wat. found 'by nclghl.ors on Monday nfiiortioon in the HulTnlo | Hil's, not far from-Wis own h. If you will li'iiru tlw wriousn.'ss of life, and its lieauty also, live for .\iiur lnivl,air.l; do like llie nightingale In his ilollv.'Slic life; in' to him lil.e the siiii-^uiie Istweeii tho tru'.*; unit.' .Miurself inwnivlly to him, \->- gui�lei,. and will nctpiiiv, in your owner's, a wonh will. Hotl | Thc nodv W ain-yance. Tlte I r'dge t#�e hiiilt l�y hho CP. j It. nt Lothhridgc will -be into of the . greater oit the syirtem. It will bo ' nliout one ntilo in length, ami will | ho :�00 feet in hcrght. The cost will , run up into many hundreds of tfhoiis-jumls. The imirtgv ot StraUicotva. is an �|iially iintxirtant ono. o�mI thc budding of it is regai'dvd ok essential to thi' general ex|h>;IKinli of the busl-iie>-s in'oresis of the surrounding distriets. K. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Chairman-J. H. Flawtwood. fVcmtary-C. It. Bowman. Truatoca-Dr. Oalbralth, 0. Johnston, it. Xinunona, V. Dooley. H. W. often owe iiiueh ol tili'ir Kucce>,s to the asKi^tuuce reli lerisl lilelu l.y lfie,r WlVi-s. Hint ll.'l s, oC hilitlU'S. The first voinI n itiild uttors is apt to l�> "Motlier.'' and the old man in j his .lyiiiM dream calls "MuIIht' 'Mother!" It iihim.tk not wlu-ther she was brouglit up in the surround hi(;h of -a eity and iu utllu.-ut �home, and was stress..! it',i|iropHuitely wii,h r.-feren.-e In !)>, il.-inar.'.ls of liuidelll life, or whei'her she woiv the old lime cup uo.t givat round sptvlacU's uikl apron of Ik-c. uwii imi^'. uttd knit your socks with her own neodles, seal ol by the broad fireplace, with great ' liliu'l. toys aM�i/e on a winter night. , It mailers not how many wrinkles crossed and ris'ioss.-d her face, ol how iiiiiiIi n,.r sfioul lers> stooped with (he t.iliyleus nl a long lite, if you puinliHl a Miwloniia herd would lie tii,, ! face. What a g-nile hand sJie imd I when we w.'iv sfick, and wlwi a since ; iii sixitii pain, and was there any one who could so fill up a room with peace airU purity aiKl light? And what a sa-d day that was when we came hoiiie aik.l she could gr.vt. u- Hot, fur Iut lips Were fol'i'Ver atill We Uuve kis-ii signs Unit indicate . tlmt RainliliiiK in various forms is gelling a foothold in the i-omiii-iiuty .Solicit the effect of the criuiJ upon I doiiiesvtic happiness. It has sent its ruthless plowshare tlirooftli uuitdnds of families, until the wife sat iu rags, ami the daughters were dis-gi'uc.sl, ami the dons giv>w up to the , same liifaiuoiis praet'icta or tool; a short cut to destruction across the i murderer's scaffold. Home tuts lost i all charms for the gumMer. ||,>w 1 tame are the children's curesd's and a wife's devotion to the ga nbi r How ipii.'tly the lire 'burns on the ' doiiii's-tic heai ih! There mi.si l>,. 1 louder laughter, ami MMin-tliiin." to win and soiiiotliing to lod>, nn e\cit - 1 uient to drive the heart faster and i warm the blood ni�d fire the imagination. N'u liuiiiii, Jiov'over brighi. can keep back t'he ganu'�ier. The sweet | call of love Inlands Irnck with his wind particulars In company with for loner Crawford of Calgary Sergi ; Thomas prnivvded to llicksl.uig on Wislue-xlay moriiiiiK to liol.l an In .picst. ] two storey brick 'block 2.">d8*>. on its HASKIIAI.I. ACCIDKN'T AT TAHOII , |nvsi�ni site. The nev building will , .have a stone foundation. The groili:l BOARD OF TRADE. President-C. F. P. Conyoaar*. V lca-Hrealoanl-�. U. Rylaada. Secretary-F. 11. Rarnca. Ewcutlve-Wm. Oliver, 0.0. K. S'ourae, F. Sick, M. Freeman, U. Uartord, M. Young- fiOVERXMENT OFFICIALS. 1 Dominion Lands-.1. W. Martin. ' Immigration;- Chas Malr. travel I -i ing iinmlflroition agent, A. K. Humph. j rie.s. care-taker, immigration hall. Registrar of Vital Statlatlca-C. H. I llowiuan. Superintendent of Mounted Voliciv- llulbH J. O. Hildon. Podtmaater-J. 1>. Blginbotham. _ Collector ot Cuatoma-J. Kenny. 1 Menilier of AVbcrta I legislature- W. The building on Hound St. next p. SimntoiiH.  to the IHillns Hotel, occupied iiy W. ; Member of House of Commons- C Ives as � law oflice is b�ntf mov- "orron. Pinter Creek. Hi to ihe rear at tho lot. Wm. Oliv- CHUItt'HKS. er will proceed at unci to ere.t a i Anglicanr-ltev. J. 8. Chivera. rector; Itav. David Jonea. NF.W IIPSINKSS IH.OCK Win. Oliver In preparing to Next the Dullnd. Tabor. Alia.. June 28.- Thomas llartou. nephew of John Tlarloii lumber merchant, mii �'Ci.�usl> in-I jurtsl on Saturday evening while i wutchiurg n Imsxldtll match. While ihe young man was standing a i �� '.sards away, a bat accidentally slipped from a player's hands, striking Wim obove the right eye. spirit tug Hi,, scalp to the 'bone The blow slag-, gensl him ami n� he fell soii�� by  blunders eaught him Ur. I friicliiie of the skull. UTtcuivd for ptisseivgiTd to Calgary during the , week of the Fair, tvnd the freight ar- j tangeilienld for live slock exhibits are ; ulwnys very liberal, j The most attractive featuiv of the pri/� | where over $tt0U is offered in pri/ed. | Amongm tho heaviest conlribiitors in this class is the Dominion Short-1 horn llreivlers' As-Hiciution, the Can-ladian Pacific Itailway company aiv.1 ] ttie Massr..| and owned b.s eXhUutor. the progeny of one cow in llcivioivis Mi- pr./e list lins Ui'ii somewhat iiuproMsl over jii'ei ions > ears The Cainvdian Hero  foi.I ltie d as a ii'sklence. U is I ulli of slabs and (teo. Itussidl was one of ihe first owners. it had hcon ��-riipi.'d as u laundry, ts. Mr. Oliver ex|>ccts to httvo Wh- n^w building complet.d in a couple ol mouths. MiaaroVa Kiaiaacal Cures CaMc. clc MOUF. lltltKlATlOX WORK To ls> llotie lletivivn ll�'l\) and Mr rille Hat Ouiuwa. duly a.-'Hie flol>l>ins Jrri- list is lijio Stiorthorn classes ! gat ion iv.inpjiny. an Knglish syndicate, is oiKlerlliking an extensive project iu 'the thxtritl west and sout'ii of Medirine lint Ihe ii'iig-atiioii ami uu|i|Oit. iipwaiils i.i lioii.iHMi acred lying between ihe i' I'll, main line and the Prow's Nest railway. This company Itnututr Catholic-Rev. Father Van Tig-hem. I*ioi*t*.vteri�n-Rev. A. V. Cord in. Methodist-Itav. J. Kt Hughaui. Jlapiist-ituv. Chaa. Padljv. . Sanation Army-Capt. Flaws, ,. RANKS. , Rank ol Montreal-R. F. �at*. ' Manager. Hank ot Commerce-C. Q. K. INourje, Manager. Union Uank-0. U. McMickln�, Manager. RAILWAYS. Lethbridge ia on Wie Crow's N�at lino of the C. I*. R., and ia about to ' become a divisional point, ft is aha headquarters oi the A. R. at 1.- Rall-, wuy, running souih to Ureat Falls, ; Montana. .1. .If Hill's new transcon-,'tlnentul road' is almost sure to strike this point. Roads an* alau projected north to Calgary ami Leih-bridgo in a very few years, is likely to Ihi a big railroad centre. FARMINO. I^'tlil.i nlj;e is the cunti-o ol bit* only irrigation district in Canada. *oui? ot the linest (arms in tha west i4iu io is: seii near the town. At present the uniliigwled lands iu all mrect'ious are being rapidly settled, tml there is no doubt but that this  town will soon be the centre otgraat agricultural wealth and population. LOCATION. Lethiiridge is tho natural capital ol Soiu'iern AlbciUi. It is the hub ol a big district, and from here goods are distributed south to tho boundary, east into Saskatchewan and west to British Columbia, ami north almost which contemplates * t�r Calgary. It is 'bound to l>f beuomo tho leading wholesala cantre in Alls'ita, south ol Calgary. CL1MATK. I^ethhridge's climate la very much . . like Colorado. W� only have winter has entered 'into a contract to e.x- | fw a ^y Q|. ^ ^ ^ w(gt ft( ^ IM'ol a mifiimiim of Jl.OOO.000 in j time -the sua shines and tha air ia the project ami expect* that their outlay on uupisivonwHits and works will run to J>l,.WO,OoO. Outside or certain factories which the company will establish in the city of Modioino Hut, their sclteme contomplates the H.dtleinent of a tract with American and Canadian sot tiers who have o*\.nOH,, pairiotJe aflUtem "The Maple perienco in the working of irrigated j u>af" died at Toronto, lands. The company will estahlisl, a 8jr JoMJ>h Waw, ,g miy ta sw. canntng factory and sugar beet fac-|C0O4 the Richard Soddon as tory. ] Premier of Xew Zealand, balnu'- Roseball was played bare this year early ia January. Ttter� ia no finer climate in all Canada. CONVEN/BXCKS. Waterworks system, electric light, sewerage system, telephone system, .. i � a Alex. Muir author of the well ;