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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IN THE HELD OF SPORT. - IT. f " Frank Paper .*-lly tho way, .1oe Thompson, manager of the Lille hotel, speaking of the recent game, of lacrosse played at Frank between Frank and Lethbrldge, states that h0 was approached by one of .�bho-frank players, who for a consldewUon would undertake to throw the gnnn? -to Lethbrldge. Mr. Thompson, spotting * Judas. set a trap for Air. Player, who, did a* was thought U. A. WIHU11T WlfiDS. j Account of the Nuptials at Oni. Sarnta. 8 d mi Hi OI*ervcr:-*A The i,rM.� who was n't this make you tired. ^ ftWfty hy Vr fnUlor )ooko:| RAMBLING REVERIES Hy n Drennieiv Xo one can whiten his character by darkening the ohnracter of some one else, Think though1!fully, chat, cheerfully behave beautifully ami yon wilt appreciated accordingly. Children need mow models critics. We should be m nearly amis what we want them to be be than pos* u It makes no difference in the Happy Thought Range. Every Buck Stove haa a special combination grate-turn it one way for coal and the other way for wood-and it works like a char The Happy Thought Range is a fket-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 using Happy Thought Ranges 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 Tho Fertile Ledger giws 4ho following Account of tihe Lothhrktge -~Pertile match: Letbnrldfe went to bat ami wont out In one, two. three order. Then Feraie did likewise, and both tcunt* held the score down ttU the ibst hnii of tbe .fourth inning when dunk, tt the vtetoora came over *he plot,* making the first tally Qf the gam* ThU man Houk eeema.oporativ�� Realty Co. Chicago. Nanton -Ranch, HMKK) acres, well fenced, lota oC ^otxl water, good buildings. Raymond-For sale, 3 roomed house and lot. $150, a b : KOOTENAY MARBLE base �teaming operattions. times he walked on two feet, Borne times he ran on all foura or made a toboggan ot his digestive organs, and elfrd over tn* ground like anec-1, Mr. Houk was all right behind the bat. too, and didn't let any balls go * weather and n haymaker from the praine begun telling the crowd how sorry he was that he was lx�ing forced against his will to take money tainted with coal duvt back to I/*tht�ri last half of the ai^voiHh ittnin>; l*o\v-et| and Walters got over the hoim* plate making the score cars I show *4x n.�xi the Kernle *�oys Poumled the Tail all over the ftekl and cam* o\x^r tho plate in one, two, three, four. fi\v orxler. changing the score to .vs. The excitement waa lively and much oratory was indulged in by 4tw rooter element, white ihe iimplre was kept busy in his efforts to ke�p the game going- The Savage fnihd to bcore in the tirM hnlf of the Id lace trimmings. The hrkle was nn* attended with the exception^ Helen Carruthers, niece of the bride, who noted ns flovfer girl, and looked very sweet in a daimy dtvss of wtAte organdie. Mci>1elssohn'� wetkling marcli was played by Miss Ititcheockf. After (he Trades and I^abor Council on Dominion Day were: The afternoon contests result%-d u follows: loo >>K foot raw, W. d Haines, (iirls race, 12 to 14, M. \%v\\n 1st goH watch; M. HhoMhotise, 2nd L bracelet. I I toy* race, 12 to 11, It. MeKw.m, H. Kosko. Throwing the hammer, U. t^eish * : man, A. Pkller. Tilling the cabor, it Irishman. Potting the shot, T. Odmark. i mile race, W. .!. Haines. Munried ladiea* race, Mrs. M. Ho -katch. 9*^.00 tea service. Itoyn race, A to 1U, M Hupina, L ItamiUcn. Tat man's race. A. !�. (iirls race under H, M. McKay. I toys nice under 8, S. Negoy, A Tuttkike. Hoys !l k*ggvd race, U (*rofts. HtBh )un>j>, 1> lto4>^on Hoys sack race, M. Ko^ko. \�iw� A. Mcl^ne. *' sa'ceter our lives would tw, if av wouVd but encourage, -by kind wortls, those of our fellow-mon nron! fellow-women who have fallen hy the waynfcle; extend a helping hand, whisper words of encouragement �in their ear, ami oti! how much brighter our lives and theirs wouVd be. tlive no ht\\\ to "the tattler and gossi|>er, turn n deaf ear, ami tell them that you ore otliterwl&e engaged, when you lind them inclined to talk ami very soon the tattlers will find their profession gone \Vhot is more refining or captivnt -tag than the practice of music in the family circle; especially is th'i.s true. \vl>.*n the sisters lend the charm of th*�ir presence, and their sweet voic.�s accompany the rtute, the cornet or the Violin; or when the suMle touch of their delicate fingers calls forth the richest harmony from the. harpor the guitar How many men could i>e suatohed from the haunts of in-kfuity by tiie l�ewHehing music ci tlM�ir sisters. If parents would but realize the influence which the heavenly art holds' over the heart of man, and encourage its cultivation in the mind* of their children. The hotel*ke-,|���r Mums the power of music awl employs it to increase his custom from the youth of n|mrt aa a whole showed better training , |>ftrrow ^ B| than the Femie boys. Powell pit eft* I |t Vw|| ftnU , UcKm a good game, ahowing coolness air KlW ^ football. H. Ilarr's team through the game. Con Wh**lon played behind the bat in bad luck, losing a finger nail in the first inn  ing and getting "a hard blow on the leg Inter 1n ibe game Koeiaiae j Meu'H ;t legged race. M aird M Vastdenik, Ji I>udtiH commitUH) rac�*, ; Moor**, VJ0 do tea fiervlce. taichli^ gri*osy pig, \\ M harbor Mr� O A writer in an Illinois paper has Wholesale a d L'etail s jagured out the origin of basebuil It would be safer to transfer him entirely to the sporting man. for 1m* had ehe nerve to run the ( NELSON.BC.: _  Western Ca Industrial TAO ON Till: MACHINE. The attention of ail owner a of �not> or vehicles in the province it* dlre;t-vti to the provisions of an Act of the Legislative Assembly of Alncrta, Exposition! NOW SAVE MONEY AND Agricultural Fair WINNIPEG JULY Mrd�28lh. 1906. THE FARMERS' ANNUAL SUMMER HOLIDAY THELARGESTEXHIBIT OF LIVE-STOCK IN WESTERN CANADA in the church notes:-"The origin of  B.CMOORE,Local Agt Ibmseball i* aa follows The devil ^ the first coacher. He coached ! wl x*c n^nl ^ ; with the ojwration of motor vehicles ! on public highways, tnder the pio i visions of the Act in number of such hevnac attached to tho vehicle upon the back of the body of tiie same, in figure* not le&B than five inches in height, the number of such licensee should also be plainly expend on any lamps atta^had to the maohine. All applications for fioenaas sbouki be aoVrvtacd to the Honorable the Provincial Hecretary. Kdmonrtosw A it a., � par - ticutars, name and n&ftrwN of the applicant, name of the inonufactuier of tin- vehicle for which tike IUvium In tot01 Med to cover, number of noise � IMiwer und the makers uumbui A fei* of $ii muat accom 1 hiny opplication for Wcense. Eve to take first. Adam stole sec -ond. When Isaac met Rebecca nt the well she wen walking with the pKcher. . Samuel struck out many time* when he heat the Philiatimw Gain made a' base hit when he killed IAhe). Ahraham made a sacrifice The prod%al son made a h*mt* run. Moses shut out the Bfcyptl** el tiie Red Sea. The game was called when the flood came on account of wet grounds, and Noah had all the rain checks.' '-Commercial. 1 selling at $200 iu a month*" time. Good Farming Land for sale also. ' W. F, RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alts. SADDLES AttrU. mt Slock  1 n SINGLE - HARNESS C ran brook plays lacrosse here next Monday. The match will be a hotly contested one, as on H depends j a-hother Cranbrook will got the enp | "d should give the following or Lethbrldge tie the Uitwhenneu for firtit place. l^thbrKlgo must win to have a look in and everybody in the cHyshouki turnout to cheer the local ho>k along. See that they have big gate, too. 11 �f any. each OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT ood Htoek of Farm Har- IiuikI; also a full f Trunks and stock. Fred l>�wih, a inemUr of thu Tab-er tbaseball team broke hiu arm uftet the match wvth Lethbrid^e at Talker on Dominion Day. He was .mable to play here on Monday during 18H ilu ttS4 L ! INTERESTING Butter MaKintf Competition Open to Amateurs and Also Professionals 1% - The Grandest Collection of Art, w __ Art Treasures, And School Ex. hibits Ever Got Together In The West! * The Carnival InVunice And The Knabenshue Air-Ship Are Among The Special Attractions, Entries close July 7th. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL LINES For Entry Blanks.&c., apply to G, H. Greig, President. R. J, Hughes, Sec-Treas. A. W, BEid-, General Mgr. iri 4 ; gtmrantee (2ood Quality and Good Work Horner & Hutchison IKIX'T UK AACKWARU. ! F i l>o not hesitate to ask for u free , aanvpli^ of Clian>ls*rlaJn'R stomach and | Uver Tablets. We are glud to guv them to anyone who is troubled with biliousness constipation. or any din-order of tho stomach. Many haw troen permanently curtsj by their use. MONTH OF JUNIS. IIk� homestead entries here June were *Jlt compared with last year. the etihtoms i\H.vjpiH wero $13,- ts.Vi 0,*i, compared with 6I-V-'1H AO lust year be made, comes th*1 test w^hfeli must , determine wliother he or stie is if heroic mind. The pathway of human existence Is lined with wrecks of those who could not �tand the 1st 1 when the supreme hour came. When ' they beard the call they rouhl not say, "Here am 1; send me " it uiay ' have involvtsi a sacrifice which the> dee mod it crooHy for them to lie called upon to make. Why forego the pleasure of the moment with so Utile prospect of satisfactory substitution? The opportunity lost - th�*n the long period of regret It is |iainful lo read the part en lars of the numerous divorce suits that fill ihe columns of the daily po.k�rs. Many of these sad evvnts are from good homes anvl iheen j blondiU iirto one. They ha\*e learn - . od hy bitter exf>er�ence, as the veer�i j have gone by, that they ore not suited to one another and finally, iu a moment of discord or pAssion. the silken cord has broken and they f-�>Parat*d forever. 1-et us ho|�e that in *ihe work! to come, uh>n tltcy 1 c^n all sec thing* plainer tlwvn they , do in this life, they may I** united again, but -there is a probability thai unhappy marr'agea. resulting from unsuit^J di^ositions. will not ivsult in union or happiness in this world or tho ono to come **Whut Hod hath .kilned together let no man put asunder A. E ASTON CO. M A X UFACT!7 K E R a ,1 Whitney has CMydesdnlo stoTlion. from Alex, (hilbi'ailh JuiK^sville, Wis., and IVince Itoljert is a very drafty. powerful.' well-made horse, with a splendid record to his credit and i� *be . siiv of many valuable draft geld  lings, liis l>eautiful action and �f�l-lant 111 rrlogo are Inherited from kin line of ancestry. His winnings in ttw show ground comprise among others: First nt tho Illinois State fair, as a three year owl, first al ih� an me fu4r as a four year old and three time* first at St |�uis. Aa a drt>ssins for old rhronic now* there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's Halve. While it is not ad visahla to heal old sores entirely. they should be kept in a good con-dit'ion^ for whieb this salve is especially valuable. For sore nipples 'Chamlier)iiln*s Salve has no superior For sale by nil druggists. MANUFACTURERS OF THE ItKST IN THE WEST All onlers sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention Office-First door south of vation Army barracks. telephone 77 Sal The now Bask at chew an Parliament building will he emoted south of Re-gina, facing on Wacona Lake Mlssrd't LlsisMst Carts D^tneris President lx>udon of Toronto Pn-Iverebty will be gii'en a retiring allowance of 15,000 per year. MAIUWRD AT LUXDnilRPIC. A very pretty wedding took place at 'tho homo of Carl Dansemere, near I a\ndbreck on ft a tu nday e von i 1��;, dune 210th, wlien the llev. T. M. Murray, of Colemo-n, tied the knot � that unitwt for life his oldest daughter, Miss Francis llanesmere. to Dana McNeill, of Little, the groom ]has long lieen a resident of liille, u'hore ho is one of tho most popular miners 'in tha't eamp and hold the honorablo position of secretary iu tho Idllo local of the lT. M. W of A. T^ie late Wm. Hewtrie of .Tumi ten loft an estate valued at $1,700,0^0. DON'T FORGET We are selling the Shietd~Vrand Pines. Tins i*r the Wat pliie ever sohl in Canada for the money. Hfl shales, I5e taeh. Every pii>e guaranteed. All kinds pipe Tubueoos und tfiiiokers' smulrieti. |)omestie and imported Cjgnrs. r Wallace CSL Hoselton The Leadiug Cigar and Tobacco Finn in Southern Alberta. .-r,- X * it - - * ;