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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta You Can Burn Coal or Wood It makes no difference in the Happy Thought Range. Every Buck Stove has a special com-binfttion grate-turn it one way for coal and the other way for wood-and it works like a charm. The Happy Thought Range is ti/k^l'SaVer whichever kind of fuel you use. It*s easier to keep at an even heat than any other stove, and anybody who uses this range will tell you so. There are 130,000 people in Canada usmg Happy Thought Raises and every one is delighted. You will be, too, if you buy one. Settlers in new homes will find the Happy Thought better than any stove they ever had in any other part of the world. It's cheapest to get the best stove first. Ask your dealer about the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE Write for itlustrited ntalogut-Frtt P�� WM. BUCK STOVE CO.. Limit.i. Brintr�r4 M*ntr��l Wlnnlpai -FOR SALE BY- G. L. Vroomaii Uthbridge, Alta. George Beverley KcAl Estate, Reatint, Loans. In-sttraaee and Investments I can BeIl,.yonr land no uialbter where located! Special representative, National Co-operative Realty Co. Chicago. Nanton-Ranch, 10,000 acres, well fenced, lots of good water, -good buildings. Raymond-For sale, 3 roomed house and lot, $150, a bargain. TABER . ALBEFTA Western Car lAdustrlai Exptisition and Igricultural Fair JULY 29ra�2tth. 1006. I" THE FARMERS'ANNUAL SUMNER HOLIDAY THELARGESTEXHIBIT OF LIVE-STOCK IN WESTERN CANADA $500.00 OFFERED in P11ZE8 IN WHEAT interesting; Butter MaKintf Competition Open to Amateurs ' and Also Professionals The Grandest Collection of Art, Art Treasures, And School Ex-hibits Ever Got Together In TheWestI >Tbe Carnival In Venice And The 'zKnabenahve Air-Ship Are Among The Special Attractions. Eatrto* eloM July 7th. CHEAP IXCURSIONS ON ALL LINES For Entry Blanlcs.&c., apply to O. H. Obbio, President. K; J. HuoHES, Sec-Treas. A. W. Bbw., General Mgr. MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson ft Co. J Manufacturers of Marble and Granita Wholesale a d t retail � NELSON.BC: B.C. MO� >RE. Local Agts SAVE MONEY NOW - - i can sell yon lots now in Tabor for flOO, that will W selling at tSOO in a ttonth^a time. Good Farming Land for sale also. W. F. RUSSELL Frank Paper.-My Uic woy, Too Thomp^oti, nuknager ot the l.nic hotel, speaking o( tl>e recent ��nic pi lacrosse pla>-�d at Frank between Frank and IjetM>riy one oMJie'Fpnnk plaj'crs, who (or a consi�ler�il.ion would UDdcrtake to throw the go mo to Latbbrldge. Mr. lliompson, spot^ ttnc a JtMlaa. set a trap for Mv. Plaj'er, who, did as was tibought play�KVrale OMtob: liMbbridta ��nt to bat and wi^nt Otttv in ooe, two, tliree order. Then Fu-Bia did likewiae. aad both teu^Ms Md Mb� sears down till the Ihst \n\\i 6t tte .fourth ianioff wh�a Ilouk. avies evened the acore and it sitood one one in favor of evory*>wly. li �tood that way till the first half of the sixth wtwn theLetbbiidge savages broke loose and came i-n over the home plate in a crimson catar -act. keeping the tally boys until the score sitood six to one in favor of the haymakiiog Indian.s. Thiiig.^ got warm: the umpire began rvg-istei-tng k'icks from everywhere and the tbermoinoter registered 90 in tbc sun This was gooA hay weather and a hayntaker from the prairie .l>c?t back to Letlvbridge. In th;> laati half of the scvc�ith inning Pow-eN and Walters got over the home plaCe innking the score cai�d show ^Ji to three. sMH in favor of the savagea. In the last half of tihc noxt the Fernie 4>oys pounded t.he hall all over the field and cnmu over the plate in one. two. three, fonr, fivn owler, changing the score to o'ghi to six in favor of tho home boys. The excitement was livel.\' and ni^ioh or�ktory was indulged in by the rooter element, while the umpire was kept busy in his efforts to keep the game goi^. The .Savages failed to scone in the first half of the la.s.1. inning. , The I�(M)Pidge boys ore a good lot. Their battery, Anderaon and Houk, is�..strong one, and the team as a whole showed better tralinitig than the Fcraie boys. Powell pitoheJ a }lan played tehriod thie bat in had- luck, kwiaf a .fafsr liail in the first inn -iag aad jstiiiat'a hard blow on the Mf lattrlB'^ ffsme. Account of the Nuptials at Sarnia, Ont. Sarn�a Observer:-A cjuiet but prwl-ty .luno wedding was solemiiiMd by the ncv. Ml-. MrOullooh Wednesday evening, at 'the re!.*;deoce ot Major and TMis. ONeil, St. Clair street. Po-iwt Edworvl, when their daughter, tjallerta Alyra, wns uivltcKl in " marriage \o Mr. Kobc'rt AHicrt Wright, a prominent business wan ot Loth-bi'idgo, .\lberta. Tlie bridi! who was giwn away by her father, looked oharni'ing in a gown of wh( march wa.-la}'ed by Miss Hitchcock/. After tlie c-eiemony ond congratulations, all partook of a sumptuous nepasi, immicdiately^ftef which the bride was presented with an addrees and purse of gold from the geoVemeo of the village in appt�cfi�tion of her long and valued services in the Point Bdwand poat office, ahe was also retnembeved by her friends of the Young Ladies Club aord many otbars. testifying to the high esteem in which the brfde was hold. The young coople lefton "the 11 p. m. train for New York and other eastern cities, followed by the good wi.�hes of their many friends. THE PHIZE WINNERS. MNIUNG KVEMB The prize' winners in th�i,athletic i t>voi*ts at the p9on, U. Urcti and B. McEwan. Fivw aside football, Uh.mi� run. Mosss shut out ihe'lllyptltns �t the Red Qea. The caine w��?c4iIck1 when the flooil tonne iw accottnt oif wet ivrounds, aiiii Noah had all ithe rain checks."Commercial. ' Cranbrook plays lacrosse here next Monday. The match will be a hotly contested one, as on it depends whether Cranbtvok will !get the cup or Lethbridge tie the Lunvbermen for first pidce. .''LatM>ridge must win to have a ioofc' in And everybody in the cHyshouM turn out to oheer the local tjoys atoog.' See that they hay.e n biv gate," too. TAG ON THE MACHINE. Good Btock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line Q i Trunks and Vuiises in stock. We guarantee Good Quality ftnd Good Work Horner & Hutchison Mc Adoo & Van Horn Cartigfe Co. CONTRACTING DKAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 Fred Lewis, a niemer on Dominion Day. He was .luable to play here on Monday. DON'T BE BACKWARD, Do not hesitate to ask for a free sample of Chamberlain's stomach and ISver Tableta. We are �laid to giVe them to anyone who i� troubled with biliousness conittipation. or any disorder o( the stomach. Many have Iteen |)crmanetttly cured by their u^to. AN IMPORTANT DECLSION. (PeniKe Ledger.) Judge Wilson has just hondod down a writhm opinion in Howson. vs. the (Jrow^Neat Paee Coal Co., w^iich is of con'si-derabte importance both to the laboitoT and to the etnplo>-er of ittbor that whoa a man (tuitM or is discharged he muni be paid at tho I time i( working by day's 'lail Ithe ro;;-ular pay day to secure duo him. The attention of all owners of mot*-or vehicles in the province ia directed to the provisions of an Act of tlK-Legislative Assembly of AKjcrta, passed at the recent sessioq, dealil^( with the bfieration of motor vehicles oa public highways. Voder the pro visions of the Act in question it is necessary for the owner of every motor vehicle to apply to the Pro -vineial Secretary for a License - to operate the same. It ia also naoes-sary to have the number of such license attached to the vehicle upon the hack of the body of,the same, in figures not lass thafi five inohes in height, the numiber ot such licensee should also be plaioly' exposed on any lamps attaicfaad to the taschi'^ie. All applioartitnis for J^oMwea should be adi.'rcssod to the 'UonoraMe the Iro-vincial Secretary.-�]!:daMa!to��^Ai't.v., and should give the following^- j>arrJ,!l2=�.60 last year. D J. WHlTNEyS purciia.vo. The now Saakati^wsa Parliamonrt building, will he etvotad south o1 Ite-gina. facMf on Wacona Lake. 1). J. Whitney has purchased the Cly.'lesdalo staTlion, Prince Rdbcrt from Alex. Oalbmith and soik of Janosville, Wis., oflvd Brandon, Man., I*rinco Robert is a very drafty, pow-crftil,* well-made horse, with a splen" did record to his credit and is the si IV of many valt�ahlo draft geld  ings. His boautiful action �nd gallant carriage are inherited (roaii his lino of ancestry. His .winni'ng� in. the show grotmd comprise among others; First at the Illinois State fair, as a thive year oM, first at tha same fair as a (our year old and three times first at St. Louia. MiMTd's LiilMM Carts HlfMksrta. I'r6�iidct>t Ix>udd�i of Toronto ITn-iversity will be given a retiring allowance of 15,600 per year. fly a Drentiier,- No ona can whiten his charactoi-by darkening the character of some one else. - Think thoughtfully, obat olteerfully beliave beautihilly awl yi>u will be appreciated accoivlPngly. Ohildron fwed liioie moflel.e sua tinted from the haunts of in-kjuity by the liewitching music of t'beir sisters, if paitsnts would but reoli'ze the influence which the heav-enl.v art hokia over the fteart of man, and encourage its cultivation in 'the minds of their ehiVrtren. Tlu? hotel-kc^^pfr k'noH."* tho jiowei-of music and employs it to incrcaso his custom from the yoi�th of t-iiv land. Why not fight him with l:is own weapons a'ud make the music o^our homes so dalicately >beautiful, sok.^jinmen�ely superior to that oft lie Iter room that our young men w^ill no longer be attraoted and entertain ed i'n thc�>e places attd thus i-cmove one stumbling block from their luet. 'lihe test of our horoiism must coine. .Some time in every huinan life this problem must 'be decided. .That 'the world exists; that stars gleam, that flowers 'bloom; that men li%'e, are not more actual realities nx the realm of fact thon 'before over.v one Xh placed the choice of good or evil. It .is wvthin the province of every in-dit'idual to say whether his charact.or ahall l>o luminous or lusti-eless. And in the hour a'hcn the calley of doci-sion is entiered, and choice must t-e made, comes the lc�t wihieh must determine wttPtiier he or she is if heroic min.d. Iho pathway of human existence is lined %vith wrecks of those who could not stand the when the supreme hour came. they heard the call they coubd not say, "Here am I; send me." It may have involved a sacrifice which they daemcd it cruekty for them to be called upon to make. Why forego the pleasure of the moment with so little prospect of satisfactory, substitution? The opportunity lost-then the long period of regret It is painful to read the particulars of the numerous di^'orce suits that fill the cohimms of the daily pci.>ers. Many of these sad event r are from 'good homes and the intier-e�ted parties stand high in social life, and not a few in churchlife This Ei:>parat'ion between hus^iand and wife is one of the sad,scenes in JTum-an existence. Many times either would prefer death to the unhappy parting. For years they have Kved together and their lives have been hIeiKleid into one. They 'have learn -ed by bitter experience, as the yearc ^ve gone by, that they ai>e not suited to one another and flnall.v. in a tnoroent of I HicK CgL WaKelyiii; ' Tlie Leailin^ TiiiiuTS, PIm'miIm'I's. Steam iiiul \ \\\ Hot Wilier PittiTs. 'IVlfplKmc I It), * �  1-RY WM. OUVER Everything required in the eoAstniction of � Biiilding, Lumber and all idndt of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Craubrook. Het|) to btiild up Lethbridge and n local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumfer Mills. Oftico, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 YOU BE THE UMPIRE Do M'e merit yonr fnvorablu tkcisioit?' - FRESH MEATS SMOKED MEATS FRESH FISH P. Burns & Co., Ltd -Telephone '.II- A. EASTON & CO. I MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHmOS AND DEALERS IN I^IUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, CLOVES. | ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON | t COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. f �?DLinnnnnDnnDD'" ^??????????nD AN OLD TIMER -WITIi THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS .iiND GKiARS IN A N E W STA N D Just drop into my new. t(iiart(>rs ami foii/iiice youi-, self that I nm np-to^^liite. . TIif deaiieat and brightest shop in Sontlwrn A lliert;i. .'\ CEO. HOUK OLf> CHRONIC SORE9. \� a dressing for old chronic sores there is notbinfr so. good as Chamberlain's Salve. While it is not advisable to heal old nores entirely, they should he kept in a trood condition^ lor which this aalve ia espec-lall.v valuable. For 9oro nipples Ohamherlain'a Salve has no sti(x>rior For Rale hy all dntcfiitfls. MARRIED AT LUNDBRECIC. A very pretty wedding look place at tho home of Cart Danscmere, near Lundbrock on .Satiiixlay evening, Jimo. aoth, when the R't>v. T. M. Murray, of Colentoin,Mod the knot that uitited for life his oliieat daughter, Misfi Fra'ncis BaiNwmor'e, to Dana McNeifl, of Little, the groom has long been a resident of liille, where ho is otto of the moat popular liiiners tin t'ha.t camp and held 'Ihe honorable position of fiecrv>lary in tho Lille local of . LETj|B^ BREWING MALtlNG COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTUREHS OF Fine Lager, Beer, lie and Poster THE BKST IN THE WEST AU orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention {DON'T FORGET We are Belling the Shi*l I Southern Alberta. 1752 ;