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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta V If the Oven OopHs Faster, the Fuel Burned is ^3 Ikt little Kittle.thaws' kiw liUle coal it mcJcH by Ibt Htm TbiNiibl vMMptrcd ailh oiken. Here's a chance to tee the " reason why " a Happy Thought is tha best cooking rang* before you buy it. The more heating surface, the less time required to do the cooking-and-the less tim* tha Itss futl. The corrugated, oven-lining is as quicltly heated through as an ordinary flat lining and gives ,one-third more surface for radiating heat. The eomigated ovco-lining is an exclusive feature of Buck's Happy Thought Range and is the only one which gives hot air free access to top, sides and bottom of the dish. These Happy Thought ovens will not warp or crack. The only stove that will suit you in every way is the li knaiii �Md. Ik* iilllc pile r�Ml� Ike Mi rilt. ii yaa m* a faMjrk�ilo D good husboml. Ootwl wives niHl iiiottxMs .ir.' im-i it-cJ more lihwn �itisiy, howvvcr k'' ino.v l>o thii wlio i-t�arg�>s oltvis willi umlo i.vu'ss Pure miiwls hav.. no nxMii f�r inipiiii' thoi>KiKtfi. Shim him vv-ho iflls . )U ot pvil in inany |vrsons. GcorgcJBcYcrlcy Real Catate, Renting. Loans, In-anrtkBCic and lavcatmanta I can sell your land no matter where located. Special representative, National Co-operative Realty Co. Chicago. Nanton-Ranch, 10,000 acres, well fenced, lota of good water, good buildings.  Raymond-For sale, 3 roomed house and lot, 9150, a bargain. ; KOOTENAY 1 MARBLE : WORKS TABER ALBERTA Western Canada's Industrial Exposition AND AgriCDltural Fair WINNIPEG JULY 23rd-.28th. 1906. THE FARMERS' ANNUAL SUMMER HOUDAY TH E LARGESTEXHIBIT OF LIVE-STOCK IN WESTERN CANADA $500.00 OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT INTERESTING Butter Making Competition Open to Amateurs and Also ProfeBsionals The Grandest Collection of Art, Art Treasures, And School Exhibits Ever Got Together In The West! The Carnival In Venice And The Knabenshue Air-Ship Are Among The Special Attractions. Catrici cloic July 7th. CHEAP EXCUlSaONS ON ALL LINES For Entry BiankB.&c., apply G. H. Gbeio, President. R. J. Hughes, Sec-Treaa. A. W. Bell, General Mgr. to Shackleton Simpson it Co. Manufacturers ot Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Betail : NELSON,B.C.:  B.C.MOORE.LocalAgt  Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line o f Trunks and Vuiises in stock. We guarantee Good Qnaliiy^ and Good Work -.....I Boys. tl�e farm offers evory ii|�(ior-tunily oiio could desire. 'Hio soil lios tadon Hihh riohea lawmitiiig- onl>-our olTonts ilo oxtrnet, ltio�n. KvWy fiold or farm will n^poiid villingly to our labors if wo only stixly that farm or ficki, adopt ourselves to it and enrc for iit. Ijct us rally nroun;! i 1*10 staiHinnd of youtti, ivmeiiUwi'livg tJiftf the futun? of our country shall | " l�e what her young. |x�ple moke it. f>et us f*iott- (iiii- fat*K>rs nK>tihi-s that t'he iHiys and girls of to-day shall t>o rpody to s�?ik1 fortih fully |euipp�l men �r�d women of to-nior-jrow. I jet us show them t>hat rising gipoeration whicli is followini; in 'l*�eir rootste�ou', ' to succeort .tihem and should'.-r  hit rc-; sponsihility ot Hie farm, '.in; )ii>;r>.' and nation. A 'Iioird of sympa'tihy alvouH, .-("il it> most instances �i trusted ofld Jl�to iK'-r ear is pourod the secret that no one else ntay know. Whether it t-.e. an offer of niarrioife or an ^ntiiniaitioa of a broken vow, mother will know host how to advise, She is ihe sthoct anohor, �fhu harbiour, the refugt' ito every ehiJd. Her conslawcy is not to ^30 shaken, her love cannot tw ohillod. From the cradle to ttw grave, the 19 tin- niinisteriniK a*igel. i^he first to row�Pd, the last 'to condenvn, t.he one \ thait i>!�v�r dciiKrt.s. She Is indeod a > raioliow of promise, one eiKl haitih."d In (he sunahine of the morning of life, tha other lost in the shadows ot the grave. Homer & Hutchison Canadian Pacific Ry -- Western Canada's GREAT INDUSTRIAL FAIR. JIT mo 29, '06 Tiekett on tale at apceial rates, July 20 to 27. food to return until Augutt 2nd. fem.ale: education.  If Christianity may be said to hav^ Ifiver. a pemuuient elevation to women, as an intellectual and mor-il being, it is as true tltat the prv'Sont atfe, above all ot(>ers, has 'given play to her genius, ai�d taught us to le-vcrtnc� its mAuence. It. wa.s the (a�Mion of other times to treat the literary acs and virtues which con.'Jtilul;! the chnriii of society. Tiiese things l�ave, in a groa.. rae passed away. 'J%e projiKlicos wbicli dishonored 'the se.x, have yiy! 1-ed to the influence of troth. l)y slow but sure advances, oduoation 'l>a..\ its inconsiatoncies. Wo Imvo socn that here, as everywhere else know-lodge is favorable to hiintan virtue and human happiness; that the re-rincment of literature adds lustre to the devotioq of piety; that true learning like 'true tiastc, is modest anoyl� Finh Co. of the capture in t)��e Georgian Bay of  aturgaon n��rly twelve (�cration now but the nvai>agers wont over tihe factory with us explaining the pix>cf ss'and point itig out the machinery for eaoh one un.-.l - in our mind's e.vo wo,^oanded the tritin once moiv and shortly txMoro noon reached Oar.ls -ton the largest of tl�c Mormon �- � n.s As'our train stopped ve heard the .itinin.s of a band and wivat was our excitenvcoit when we found it was playing in our honor, 'l^ink of being met by a bond. Wo at once assumed new dignrties and felt that wo were indeod faanous. The mayor of the towji was on >thu plutiform to welcome us, ^and soon we w'ci� hurried into tha rigs thot were in waiting. "You are gcftng out to see a bucking contest," sai':! .sonv? one, and inniicdiately our now found dignity tlod. Kveryonc was in a rtuteneath the digni'ty of "literary" won�?n. Lunoheon time camo and wo vero called, but we n�dely said, "Bol'hier l.uncli" we can eat at homo." Finally we wer> brought to see the error of our ways at>d consented to be led to tite howl n^bere limcheon had icd livorcd a short address of welcome, m wliUh "Kit" and Mrs. Cynthia Wo.sitovor .Mdir repliixi. A drive throngh the surrounding coimtry to give Ms a view of the thriving wheot fields and the fins posture lands, compljitod our visii't to Car-lston, and it was. with real regret that^wc said farswell to our .Mormon hosis 'Ond hositesses. We were all ready to lagree wi.nh onp i>i the non-Mormon residents, wAio said that tihe.v were anMi.>i Will Follow Agai'im Calgary Man. (Onlgary llernld.) H. W.,llloylock, tho well kimwn ail-vcK-ate of lligih Uivcr. was arivsi.vl at the fair girnVd rouM asm- -tain t'lKUv.was iio charge ing'aiii'it hi:ii His offence consisttvi in disiv -'gnrdJng w'lui't nMMiy |>eo|>le coiisid':!!' a silly, obno-tiou!* . anil autocratic ortk:- Biv^n by 1.' S.^t'l. Van Wait, one of tlKs directors of the o.\ihiH}ition confining automobiles to oiio corni'r of the giwMKls. The \�rl^e�t took place at �ll�o reai of >the grumi .stand, as Afr. Iilayl>ck was a.ssi.vtiiig -his wife,- who is a daitghter of tho Hon. .faiiK-s Mills, of Ol'tawa, to uMgiltt frotu 1ilk? car. "Arres't that man!" ordorod Mr. Van Wart, and a Mountod rolicemuii arre.sitod Mr. Itlnylock, who was mk-en to tile gunivlrooni. As soon rs Inspectior Hh�w could ihc i-onnniiinic-atod with he was bailed out. II Mr. Ula.vlock ap|>eared with liis solicitor, W. I.. Walsh. K.C., ho'oie Polii"e .Mag'istrale Hnvilh thij, morn -ing, in coniplinince with 'Hio omlor >.ii-'dor which lie was adniiltod to ball lost rfight. Xo infprnvat.ion of any kind had been laid again.st Jfr. lila.v'tock at the oi't.v police -station and eiifpiiry b.v telephone i'evenltvl the f^ct ihns no charge hoid been pivfvi-nxl agninul him thi're. Ttva police mngistriiU' callod up Ml-. Van Wart on the telephone an>;l was 'informed that the obargo �g�in.�)t Mr. Blnylock 'la.l been "witlwlinwn," a rather curious �expression in view of Mve fart that no chai'gv' has ever 'tieeu la'id. Mr. DIaylock was con.Sf�"|utint.'y re-lea.�!ed.^ He has instructed l)i.>* .'.olioi-iom. Walsh & McCarthy, to enter civil action for daiiiages against ^f?., Van Wart IN A RAILUOAD SMASH UP. Hovv Ow. Slarncs, Formerly Lpihtoritlge Mot His IJealh. of In a stirring speech lua'lB I .v niie of tlve leading men oik the town, v.t �Tero i^emindo.'! 'fhttt the Canadian Women's Press Club nvigtit prove Quiito a faetor in the hulMing of the empire. Mi.ss Agnes iSiean C^anieron repfifd in a manner that made us proud of our first vlce-preoident. It was dinner time when wo reached Lethbridge again, and es we left there during the night, we saw very lititle of the town itself. 4>ut have very pleosont recollections of the residents. The same spirit of vest-ern hospitality mot us there, and wc were entertained at dinner ��k1 o, reception in the Chinook rliib in the evening. Music and tuAdrcfis^ modi; the evening a very delightful one. The particulars of the accitiont in which Geo. Stnrnes, fornverly o( I^tLbridge met his dealh, ore contained in the following despatch from \c\v Liskeaixl, Ont.: The firs't serious accwlent on th.' Temiskam>ing and Northern tooK place lasit night shortly -tiefore six o'clock at Sawson's Cut on tibatpari ot ttui road still undi'i- cor�iriiction by A. R. Maodonell. Swan.'ton's I'lil Is �*out 3.5 miles north of New Lis kcard. Theix; is a heavy grade on the tine and auxiliary engin.^ i.-employed ito push trains over the grade. H appears that a train under l'>>gineer O'Connor was clinii[ur tlio 'grade, and 'the auxiliary engine, in charge of Knj^ineer Brown, was coming along some 'di.st'nnce Iwhind to lend its 'help wlien necd'xl in stepping his engine when the run away lescoped into the passeivgor car. It was on file platform between the passenger and hoggiage cars that 'the four ^ ic-ti'ns of th.8 act'i'dcnt were S'tanding. Three of t'hem'Milts. Porter and .lor-dan, were imstantly crushed to do-.itli while Stearns bad his logs ems' and received internal injuries from w1i!ioli ho subsequently died here. Had the men rpmo'iood in�i-would have lieon safe, for, though the passengers in ithe coaches were thrown obout .b.v t'ho force of the collision, none of them wore ser-ioM.sly injuret'maKkod TV>troit. Porter's wife, lives in Yarmouth, N.S. x We Handle I the Bestil; Lines of Stoves 1 and Rianges HicK Ca WaKely Tlie Leatling Tinners, Pltinilwrs, Steam ftiid Hot Water .Fitters. Teleplione 11(J. II TRY WM. OLIVER FOR- Everything required in the construetion of a Building. LumUr nnd all kinds of Mill Work 'Do not send all your money to Calgary and''Crantirouk. ,  Help to build up Letlibiidge and a local industry by patronizing J [ Oliver's Planing and Lunilier Mills. Ottice, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompaa Streets , Teleplione 158 No trademark stands for as great reliabilty in Hams and Baccn as the word IMPERATOK Put up in our own plant at Calvary, we guarantee them alsolufely : : : : : : : P. Burns & Co., Ltd. --Telephone - BREACH or PROMISE-CASK. The disgiiftilhg discharges from the nose and throat, and the foul catarrhal hreath, are quickly diapensed with by using Dr. Shoop.'fl Catarrh Cure. Such soothing antiaeptic agents as Oil Ruoalyptus, 'JTbymol. Wild Indigo, etc., have been incori�or�tf�J into a snow white cream making/ a catarrhal balm unexcellod. Sold by .1. I). Il'iffinbothaq). For the tvie{v0 nK�i�t||s closing June 30, the CaaaiUan atamp i�iuo amounted to the eoormoua �um of $7,068,927. an incrMM of $866,095 m� compai�d withi the pi�>teus fiscal yea^,;,and of |a,898,}83 as ae�li>st the year 97^98. Montreal. .lul.y 11.-A hoovy iieU-ion for breach of pron/se ol roair4 iago has iMWn cntei^ by Miss Enunac^ Cashing, of this city, against; .1. M; Ohristie, formerly menagicr of Ihi; Canadian 'Bank oftsornxneroe here, aitd now branch manager at Pentic-ton, B.C. Miss Cufihing elaim.^ t2the manner in which she esUlinatcs 'her losftes. Tho lady's claims include $2,00'� cxpoiKiod o�i clothes and househoi'd furnishings for the contemplated wedding; 8200 for gifts to the de-fcndont; $1,000 for medical attend i anc� as a result.of the refusal of the defendant to marr.v her; $r.'i,000 an estimatod cost of living for a.l .^lo.irsi at $600 a yonr, vbiuli would hove been borne b.v the defendant as iiPV hii!*band. hahys'i Bhapea,>. itijc^tafh. Every pi^ie guarantee