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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta So Simple - So Scientific - So Perfect There are scores of little points in range-making carefully thought out and embodied in the " Happy Thought." Easy to shake, easy to dump; a combination grate for coal or wood; a corrugated oven, adding a full third to the heating surface; and a transparent door through which the cooking may be watched without cooling off the oven. Ask your dealer to explain how it is that a Happy Thoug'Kt Sang^e is the best in the world Sold by stove dealers all over Canada. Write us for Illustrated Catalogue Free. Vhm WM. BUCK STOVE CO..Li�it.d Brantford Montreal Winnipag For Sale by L, VrOOIAaA Letki�riUKAMKIJ. A IIOMIO TN TMK IIKVUT "Ob! nsk not a homo in the in.Tii- sions of pi*kit> WJvffr.? luarblo s-hiiH's out in the lars aiKl walls; i^hough tho i-ouC is ol' koIiI. il is l>rilli�ntl.v i'oUl, I An-i joy inwy not Ih� foiin^l in i'l s j tnroh-ligh'tcd halls. Hut s('i�k for a l>"s. rviuv' a\vaki>nil. \v;ll never dopa rf: Turn, turn to that broas* liki- Ih.- dove to its iio.ft. AntI you'll lit�.l thor*" no Jioinf like a homo in 't.li hoart. I tim take prUlc in followintf. i IKinl look on tho hrigilit side ' oi' ; aiiiyt'liii�g>. l>on't iMM-inil yoursoU to ' .soo gooci in-'Anyona. Don't bavA any oharity fcM- your rring brotlicr or ..*i.silor. If you have any ot the milk of human kimhvp.ss in your ih�irti. cuii;llo it in .some va.v. Ileliovc tlint all uu'ti at�:l womon, too, niv liars iiiiwl tho triMih i.s not in 4iioin. fault u-il'h .vour f?igt�bor: i-nv.v hex", hntp hor; siook your own: wrapo if you fkHi't jyct it; t*�ink ovil ro.iolco in irflQuHy; pntlure nolhinu. Ix'liovc nothing', an'l if .vou oro n.'>t oomivlftoly nM.r>�l>|p aiw! i>n*�appy it is il�orauso you l>avo not y^t i'g>hton ycur pU-asmv arwi solace your care; Pir�d a soul you may trust as tho kit>d wm\ t*�� just. And 'be sure li�o wi�lB world lioli.l.'^ no treasure so rare. Then Mm frowns of Midfortuw ln.^y fltHKlow our lot, T*u> cii�?k searing tear-tlrops of Sorrow may start; But a star never dim sh�vls Iial" for him Who cam turn for'ropow to n honv in the heart. The �disgu.'illitg dischargeH from the waring"ose and throat, and the foul catar- rhal breath, are quicjily diitpensed with by using Dr. Shoop's Catarrh C.wre. Such soothing atvtiseptac. ag-(tiir-ali��t in co**neot'iop w^th hie nian.x-otlier accompHahments. Being also of a practical cast of mind he was able to turn his knowledge to goo.1 dwanrt�0e. In the commonpl.ice t^iitgs ot life.he found many valuebl" lessons for hhui. In the d the fellows who loved to sit upon dry goods boxes oi h'is day, he sai^l: "Go to the afvt, thou slatgga.-vi; consi'd,>r his ways and be wise. "Whii4�, having t\ir Fellow Workers: You will iMkVo s(�en by the Dominion report thait 1 Iwvo 'been re-ap -pointed Superititewdant of World's W. ('. T. IF. work, but as the si�b-ex-o�iili\o h�ve gone to the e.xponso of printing ani.i sending out a program of Memorial Pay, 1 will confine my-.sclf to a letter in the Dominion and Provinciol papers. From my report g>iv�i in Hamilton, you will see there has tioetx a gratifying .'increase' in tho number of letters received containing account.^ of meetings held in the intei*st8 of World's Work. The program issued by the sub-cxecufive a.sks that half of the money reali/oni on Memorial Pay be semt to the Vorth West, through Mrs. Odell. So many forelgf�ers are coming to our shores that it is like giving to the World's Work when we g|ive t the groat North Wef�t. But we mus not forget tihe millions of India an .\fricn tlhat no not cmigra>t.r. India especially i�eods help, with its 30it,-0O0,(VJO inhabitants, whose govern -mottt is more intent upon accuriag revenue than preserving the lives oi its subjects. We have no missionary crime. Socialogi.�)ts aiw agiwd th.vi j really worth the attaining. There are hundreds of applicants for the easy work of picking fruit near the ^oued; there are hundc>.l.s of applicants for the easy work of the commomplacc jobs. Too maii\ people �ne\'�r realize to what hoi5ht,.s they mighit atitain, .timply lnecau.sp they are; too apt to Ije content with those things easy of achievement. That which requires long and constant effort to secure, is usually worth the having once iit.s possession is obtained. The school hoy should oarl.v learn the lesson that the ripest, Wgjcst cherries are at the top and that nine out of ten of hi� fellows will lie crowding for places to pick aroun'd the ba.qe of the tree where the small, wormy fruit grows. Thc>''^ is plenty are plenty of cherries growing there. The luscious fruit %h ready for the plckiitf and ever smiiles a welci:me to tite hustler to clinvb up and ol>-t�in poMMSion. The hetst things in Hfe rec^uire cotiftidemble effort to gwt, and th�t'.9 why the K.trnt�ges.i men and women have them. INFLUENCE OF EX.VMPI.E. The natural- education of the home is proIoiiiCBd far into life, inderd it never snCirely ceases. But the tim.' arrive*, In the process of years, whiT the home oeaseti to exerciF� an ex-cltisive influeiice on the formation of I character and it is, .succeeded by thcratiion. Mls.% Clara (!. SnvaK is rvtuming on furlough next I'an. Sihe has been five years in Japan and has seen the work progress in a derful_ way. Mis.s Ohfla Jo hannsdotter, who won alli haarta in Toronto in 1897, has ibeen seriously ill for nearly three years. There arc hopes of her recovery, and we shall Ix- glad if she is able to come to Hoston next t)ctober. ' Iceland deserves a letter by itself, it.s history is so unlqiic. Although politically, it is a part of Denmark, 'it has aparliament and is governed l).V its ovn laws. It is a coimtry without .sohools and yet the oWildron are well tauglut by their mothers, and oxaininea a menace to the public .safety, as it is everywhere. Climate does not change tho natun^ of alcohol. The same results follow it.-? use in the torrid or polar zone. The Icelanders hope to obtain prohibit -ion in the near future. Kindly send contributions to the Workls W. C. T. U. to J-our provincial Treasurer so that it may b' reported at your annual conx-entions, and any items of interest to your Superintendent. MARY E. SANDERSON, . Danvill^, Que. Dominion Supt. World's W.C.T.U." The fi't.y Council at a meeting last ; Thurs;*ny night. �ccept(�d this prop -Fin-;! I osit.irtii from the IMectric Iji'g'lit Co.: 'J>hat t.h�' Kleotric lAght Co. I.;.-I., | shall within two mot�tih.s conwn.'Mce j to bore for natural giis uikUt ih.-j supervision and direction of the i'it.v 1 and continue boring unt'il git^s >i j .suoh pr\'.s.^ure as shall Ije sloenu'd-siii'-ncient by the oity is foumi or .until notnr value of afl shares actually is.sucil Uy the company, together with u pri-iii-ium of ten |>er cent t'liei\>on. To r.ipay to the company tJie act ual sum expended for boring and di.'�-covering gas and to assume all ibe liaibiliOles of the Electric Light t.'o. An BgfVement may be drawn up w^ich may put one or tw*o details in different foniii. In.sitead ol sayin.ii that the company sliall spend 000 it may provide that Uie coi pany shall lH>re to a depth of 2,000 ft.; and the price to Im> paid for 'be electric plant may li*. fixee proceeds from .-^Itares and stocks ha^l gone into the plant. Mr. Simmons maidc a reference to the offer of his company and favore I having all the offers publi.sihed i'n the newspaiiers. AI'dr Ro'lrinson sailid the Elect rir Liglit Cant motiicipaJ ownership. If gas was found the city wouM g�et the gas at cost, the ele -trie plant at cost and the gool wil' of the Elci'trlc Light Co. at a fair valuation. W. C. Ives, who was pre.'-.or�> ''under the dlw-ction and supervision of the city Coimcll.' After consiiderable �discus.sion n vote Was taken with this result. ] In favor of t'he F.'eetric liiffht Co. ; proposition:--Tl�e Mayor, AM. Roh - \ inson and Aid. Oliver. j Against:-Aid McClure and Al.l ! Harding. \ a- ' � > t X > i X > ( X > We Handle I the Besti^ Lines of | Stoyes and Ranges i HicK (a WaKely 1 The Leading Tinners, l'lunil>^iB, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone IKi.  * TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR---- i Everything required ia the eonstruction of a Building, ^ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not s�>n;{ f Imperator Hams and Bacon Shamrock Pure Leaf Lard of Alberta Hoys. Made in Alberta of The lieston earth. P. DELUOt:D DY I^JCirSTS. Burns & Co., Ltd. -Telephone 91- Ontario farms have 'been vi.sited by Plague. MlMr^'s Liilacat Cima C�Ms t(c. WKSTERN CROP OUTLOOK. Report by William Saunders, Gxjieri-mental Director. Latiy ('urzon, wife of tlie fornwr \'iartment at I.iOiidon, li^nglniMl as soon at i>ie work can be wound up. He may become the travelling trade agent in the Orient. noek the society of those heMer than lhero.selve9 an.l strive to Hmiitate their example. There a>re persons whom to know is to love, honor and adtnlre, and others whom to know Iss \a sh^m awl ck>-spise. liiTO with persons ot elevated character and you will feel Hfte.l up in them, "fjive with wolves," siys ithe Spanish proverb, "and you wil! learn to howl." TJie lite inf � good man is> at the same end Invlgorottjng^, like inhaling air or enjoyrng a nt shine. T�ie goMew wonds that j!'>ori men have utterwl, the exampU� ttiey have set, M^-e tHrongh oil tinw> These helner undisputed tacts hiv" carefull.v our yn\VMg people sihoiilil select theJr assocloites and tie found only with those whose examples thi^y Ottawa, July SC.-The following telegram has been received at thi' department of agriculture from V ill-iam Saunder.s, dircotor of experinvm-tal farms, who ia now in the west: ~" Indian Head, Saak., July 19.- Oeorge E. O'Halloran, deputy mtois-ter of agriculture: Have seen cropH in Manitoba and SaflkateUewan to this point, viratn ot ail sorts ]tl headed and generally very promising. Very fine fleWs of wheat �era thro.i-ghout Manitoba. At experimental farm. Itrandam, crops all heavy; fouiHl some rust on leaves wit none on stalkn. No runt on oats or bar ley. Vearly all grain crops spen in Saskatchewan good, many of thani excellent. Wlieat., nats, tiarley an.! peas at experimental farm very heavy. Think they are as good as have ever been Si'on here. No r\ fI fouml on any of the cereals. |j.*'xe excursion here today of farmers frosn all points twiween here and Trin.v Albert and west of Mnoso .Taw. A'' agree that crops of all sorts tlMs .vear promise to lie the best they have ever halo't secntie wa.sb towels. The farmers went tbroiiKli the orchards to "shoo" the locu.Ms off trees all other work was suspe.'-:d-ed for the day. All day a "al**- with the loCHEits was kept up and horde graduall.v moved on. Todw there are a fi^w loft, ��ut the greut mass have perished. I A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS JN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. \ ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON | COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. | AN O^D TIMER -WITH THE OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A ^ NEW STAND .lust drop into my new quarters and con.ince yourself that I am up-to-date. '  The cleanest ami brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK RAVED HIS COMRADES I.TFE "Wliile returning from the Orand Army Encampment at Wiishington City, a comrade from Elgin, III.. Mas taken wi>th cholera morttua and wus in a critleal condition," says Mr. .1. E. Iloughland, of Eldon. Iowa., "t gave him ClMUnberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and lie-lieve miv0d hia life. I have lieen en-gaited for ten jvars in imml'Krat ion Work and conducted many parties to the south and we�t. J alvay.-J carry this remedy and have iisad it siircess-fully on many occa�!ons." Sold hv all driig^sts. LETHBRIDGE BREWING & ' MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTaRERS OF / Fine Lager, Beer. Ale and FoFter THE BKST IN THE AVEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention Thos. Copland a prominent citizen of Saskatoon, is dead. Senator Edwards, of Rockland, Ont., has been elected a director of the Bank of Commerce. DON'T FORGET a� We are Helling the Shield Brand Pipes. This is the Itest pipe ever sold in Canadti for the money. !{(! shapes, :{uc taelb Every pipe guaranteed. All kinds pipe Tobactios and smokers' sundries. Domestic and imported Cigars, Wallace CSL Hoselton I The Leading Cigar and Tuliacco Finn in Southern Alberta. ;