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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta So Perfect You Can See For Yourself So Simple - So Scientific 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 Thought Range is the best in tKe world Sold by stove dealers alt over Canada. Write us tor Illustrated Catalogue Free 6ft* WM. BUCK STOVE CO..Limii.d Brantford Montreal Winnipeg' For Sale by Q. L, VfOOIl\ai\ Lcthbridgc. Alt*. RAMIUNG REVERIES HY A imKAMKll. mini A 1IOMK IN Till-', nr.\in 'Oh! ask not. a limn*' iii t ho sions ot pt'hlo Where marble shines out in tli ! lars and wal's; ; Though the root is of gold, " ls brilliantly cold. An-.l joy may not he found in H� i torch-lighted hall*. Hot seek for n bosom nil honest .it.d true. i Wliere love, once a\vukiMit�l never depart; Turn, turn to that brew*! 1  Wn't look on the bright side ' of . anything*. Don't |iermit yourself to : see ijowl ln�anycittt. I>r�t>'t have any oharMy toe your erring brother or !�iMtor. If you have any of th,> milk j nf human kindness in your heard, 'curdle it in same way. Relieve the! nil inon ntvl women, too, nre liars nod tho truth is nut in thetn. I'iiid 'ftinlt with your fellowmnn Sn.> menu things about your nelghlmr: imiv.v hor: halo her; seek your own. wrnpe if you don't 'get rt; think pvil vejivire in irtihx-t>oit�g ' ponded. n tho event of gas lving fomul tho i > world lii� no treasure so rnro Then tho frowns of Miilfortuw imw nha( Sor row may r��rt. Uut a star never dim shod* n linlo for him Who can �.urn for repose \,i ., honi.-in the henrt. Cure. Such soothing antiseptic agists as (�il Kuealyptus, Thyinol, Wild liKlijfo. etc.. have lieen incorporated into a snow white cream making a catarrhal halm unexcelled SoUl by I 1> Hivinbothatn. WOlil.D s W. C. T I' AltY WOltK. MISSION' (Contribulod by the W C T tl) To pay to tho company tlx> par value of nH s-hares actually issuisl Sty the eotn|Niny, tog�>ther with a pn-m turn ot u>n p��r cont Ihoivon. To ropay to tho company tho net ual sum oxpemlod for tioring ami di� covering tcan bikI to ansuino nil tb> li*bilK'ioH of tin- Klcctric Ui^ihl Co An agrooJiiPtii may be tlrawn n| wlilch may put one nr trfn details in different form,. InwN'o*! of Maying that tho company sliall spend $10 0���) it mayprovWe that Um> coi |wny shall horo to a ileplli of ft ; and \h\h\ for he electric plant may 4s- flxcvl ti,.t to ox *;: i l i >  ELECTRIC CO TO BORE! ^t***#^ \ M  on VALUAULK I.RMSONS Wc have in our community n number of boys and men whow num.** couki be writtt without png them un injusiiie Solomon was something of a nadir ali�t in conncotiop \\*ith hix ninny other accotnplishmcnts. iv>.t�n re-ap � poMitetl Huperinfondant of World'i*' ce�>d a eertain sum. j VV C. T. V work, but as the snb-e*-1 In presenting u statomont of tli-eeot-ive lm\e gone to the exjvnse of Meet ric l.>ff5>t Co. stock ami �M�>n , priatitHC and x>t�diiM; out a program ! tures. M Piwnun said that nil � i>i' Memorial l�ny. I will confine my-, the proceeds from shares uikI fJtocKs xelf to a loiter in the Dominion and ; had gon>� into the plant. Provincial pajvrs. From my report j Mr. Simmons ma ffiv,tn in Hamilton, .vou will we | the offer of his company and fnvoivl NELSON,B.C:  B.C.MOORE.Local Agt  SADDLES Astride and Slock SINGLE - HARNESS (ioud stock of Farm Harness i.n haml;aldo a full line o f Trunks and Valises in utook. We gmiruntee (iootl Quality and (iood Work Horner & Hutchison �l(;ir:]i;i(Mrn-i;-,r- Cash must accompany orders all roul Office-First door south of Snl vntion Army barracks. Telephone 77 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owners Notice is hereby yiven that on and after the First day of July, liKX). the joint otfiiv of tin* Heconl-ers of Bruivla for the Provinces of Alberta and Snskutchewun will be situated at Medicine lint. Alberta. All communications in connection with brands should after that date be addressed t� the Recorder of RruuiR Medicine Hat, Alberta. Money sent in \juytnctit �>f fees should be remittal l>y fxtstal note, money order or express onlerutade Suyable to the Uct-unler f Hntuds . tedicino Hat. I f chet|ttes are sent they must lie certified by the bunk on which they are drawn anil the iieceBsnry exchange must be included. KKCORDlNli ho comiiH>uplniv things ot life h�- fourul many v�lualil' loswons for man. In tho diminutive ant he discovered habits of ltf*-vhich put io shainc tho slothful.An-.l so when to U*hold the human curbstone ornairtuntH and tt�> fellows who loved to sit upon dry goods Ih>xo� of his day, ho *aM. " Kuute. overseer, or ruler. "ProvidVlh her immt iti the summer, and gutJienvl her fixxl in tile Iwtrvost." If imliiKtry is u tirtue. lii/ines" may ron�*ist�tWly i�> tiiMitsI u� .> rrime. Soeiali^iHis mv uKivhhI i',h�' in the tiuutt>or of letters r,**eivexl i'nn taining aeooiintn of meetings held in tho intore��t� of Workt's Work. The l�rogratn issxiol by the sub-executive nsks that halt of the money rodli/ed un Memorial Pay *� seiit to the N*orth Went, through Mrs. CMel! So many foreigners are coming to our shore* that it is like giving to the World's Work when we g>^vt. t the great North We*t. Hut we nun not forget t*ie million* of India an Vfricn tihot no not emigraLv Indh, Mfieeially neivls help, with Ms :iOu,-otNi/vK) inhultitantN, who*,, Kovern  iiK�t�t is more inti>nt ii|n>n ��>ciir.iig j proposit ion'-Tlie Mayor rvenue than preserving the lives 01 Inwn niul AM Oliver rtK sutijects. We have no missionary . Agninst - Aid tliaiit luunieipal ownership. If gas w�� found tlie ei'y wouH g�-t the (rn� nl eovt^, th,. ele'-trie plant at eost nml the gvuil uil' / the Rleetrir Light i\> lit � fulr voliint ion. W. (V Ives, who wns pre^>nt em^oj iJio fnnt 1 hot the eomp.iny agn>i>.| to Ihuv "nmler liw o not w'lul all your money lo Calgary '"'"I Cianbrook. x Z Hiy |�.ilnniizinir X J Oliver's Planing ami Ltitnl)i*r Mills.  Ollict'. YimlH fititl Pnrtory- Coi'tin- Koiiml nml llotnpfis Stn>H8 Ti-I.'plion.' l.Vl | Imperator Hams and Bacon t f ^, mmmmfm^m msvs aaHlllo U1IU a^UVVIll iluvi ins- huiihili remiiHhd me. HuriiM earn esjtj.v' ileNir-s a 111 sslonury. Miss � Smith who followed Mrs. lkvdhum. has teft iHsraiise of failing health Mrs I-*ield>, our true ami tried work- ; r in Me\een five years in .la-pan and ha* seen t-ho work progrss i in u lo i>i:li�:i:i� uv i.oct srs tttrturio furms lu�v,> lieen vivitrtl t,j u Plague St Tlioiiias. l�i�t . July 1M -ilkiv 's a tale from 4tfc- villi�^> nf I n ion that IocusIk t,ig us u man's tuiinl t,y cloudless tiuuiKfllKl- ore mxugili" the country far and wide Ni-mt t�-fore in th,' iiwitiory of the okti-Nt s � tiers has such a plague uf ins,*'is visited the farms. On 'iMiurwdoy morning a��mi lo m' dock n hu�;e blot weniisl 10 steal )* P. Burns & Co., Ltd. i -Telephone --- Z really worth the attaining 'Wiere are hundr,xls of applicants hann�idott��r. who won all hoar Is In for the tatty work of picking fru.t '�'�,p��nto in 181*7, has been s.Tlousi> near the ground: theiv ure hundr-ls '" ,Mr nearly three years. There nre 1 of applicants for the ,.asy work of M-* of her r.�overy. and we ahull j '^Wn ^ Kun nn�ri"'�'- The Idol the commonplace Jobs Too many '"' *,n'1 " sh�' I" fl,,lt* to fo"**' people new realize to what height* ll"sl,>n next tKtoDcr Jceland deserves a letter by ltt*|f, its history is no unicpie. Although politically, a |, , purt of Itenmark. t has �,.,rl,,ment and is govern^ *]�*sl "0,i' bohw' ,,,M,,S b.v us ov 11 laws. H is a country they might al'tnin. simply because t*>ny are too apt to Iw ronterM wi'h those tilings easy of achU>\emetit Thot which requires long uiwl rnn-j slant efTort to secure, is iisuall.v j worth the having once us posm>s�>ion 1 is obtained. Tlie school boy should early learn ; t*ie leyson thnt the ripest, ne out of ten ot his fellows will tie crowding f0r plnces to pick around tho base of the tree when' the small, wormy fruit grows. The"-is plenty ot room at the top; tner.-�ro plenty of cherries growing there The luscious fruit 'is ready for the picking and ever smiles u wlc, m.-to the huntlcr to rlimh up and oiv-tain poafiranion. The hetu things In lite require considerable effort to geitxl*H oPPni-.-nt s:kf..ty Kie.d mrnisivrs There nre no dirtllieri.'s nni*!,s ��>aiKlomsl their forks and I A. EASTON & CO. f MANTPACTTKKItS �>K HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AN I) DKALKKS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON I COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. ^ ISSIiUIlfiiam^ililiQilfliMi n nnDnn IT HAS COME TO STAY The now C. P. R. depot ou south side of track. Invest now in a few lots on Couuinu Harlow Survey. Cboiee loti on North side also. 20,000 acres finest farming landu in Canada to atdVct from. Geo. C. Millar Hcul Estate TABOR - ALBERTA 1NPUJENCK OF V.XAMPl.F. The natural education of the home is prokxqpd far into life, indeed it never entirely ceases. Hut the lit"'-arrives, in tlw process ot years. wh.� the home ceases to exercise �n e\-cluslve Influence on the formation of ftharacter and i� Is succeeded by th. more ortifipinl education of th. school, and tlte couii>anionhhip ho |h>w crful influence of exantple. Men all ages cannot help imitating those with whom they associate. If young men are windy influenosl an. dlrec,t�v| and exert �tfieir own free i�nergiii�, they will s�vk the sociot> of those t>otl�T than theinKelves and strive to tindtate Ihwr example 'IMiere are pt�rsons whom to know i>-10 love, honor and admire, ami "tilers whom to know Is to slum und de-piKe. Ijive wltb perawiH of elevated or breweries. Irtit liquor in sufficient he torrid or polar /one. The Icelanders ho|>e to obtain prohibit -ion in the neur future. Kindly si>nd contrituMIons to 1 he Workl's W. ('. T. V. -to your Provincial Treasurer so that it may b' re|iorte.| at yotir annual convention*, nod any itinns of interest to your Superintendent. MUtY IV SANfiKltSOV. Danville. Que l�ominioii Supt World's W.I'.TI', MlMra * Llatawit Curas C.he trav-i-lling trade ngwnl in the Orient WKSTKItX flJOP OITI.OOK. Iteport by William Saumlers, Hx|H�ri-ineiitiil Mreotor. tntawu. July 20-The following telegram has been received at Ih.-d'ipartmeiii of agriculture from V ill iam Saunders, liirvotor of exiierluv^'u-tal farms, who is now in the wes': " Indian Head, Sank.. July 10- Hoopoe R. O'Halloran, deputy nvlnls-ici 01 agriculture: Have seen crops in Manitoba and SaakatcUowan to this point, viram 01 ail sorts'w-mI headed and generally very promising. Very fine fleWs of wheat seen thro 1-tfhout Manitoba. At experimental (arm. Itrondnn. crops all heavy: character awl you will ft.o| |if(,. | ,,, Ifou,Ml son,vere ivproof of vice Ther,. ^ are men In wfiose presence we fis.| j,s 'if we ttrealhexl spiritual ozone, re-1 fresliirtg an'id ! men hove uttered, the example ihey have Bet. Wve ttwottgh nil tin"' TlieRe tioincr undisputed facts trie carefully our young- people sliouM select theJr nssoclaten and lie found only wrth those whose examplca they on stalks. No ru�t nn oats or mir ley. Nearly all grain crops seen in Saskatchewan good, many of th�ui excellent. Wheat. o�ts. Iiarley |k�as a� experimental farm Heavy Think they aw ns gooi have ever \>,'H\ s'on here. No fomul an.: very as 11 Ft on any of thn cereals. I'Vi;,* excursion here today of farmers frn;n all points between here and Pri"v \lbert und west of Moose .law. nsrei- that crops of all sorts I year prourise to bo the l>est they have ever had. (Signed). William Saunders" 'Plum, t'opia-nd a prominent cili*en of Saskatoon, is dead. left the bay fieWts in a hurry. Kvn cuttle iiiowil uneasily uikI snirtfl the air. 'I'll,' mysterious cloud did tio clone might lm eX|m'CUsl lo iiio\e.bul only a few minutes elap��d U-fore 11 was upon tlie |ieople, uihI it was neither wind nor rain The air wu-stufly and a qutvr odor |k>rm>nttl at last it was explained. Not just as ex|>eotod though. The locusts al Arnt circled around the vil)ng>n the locusts quck-ly Ailed the houses It wiih impos -Hthle to walk for 'tramping on in sects oixl the sitfbt was sickenin>j The rooiln wr�re covered >xcm-�-i?i:ci.^"ooioococotxc MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OI" Fine Lager, Beer, lie and Potter THE 11KST IX Till- WEST All orders sent to tlu� Urt*wt�ry will rwt�ivH proiupt attention r.WFn ma comraiirs "While returning from the (Irand Army Encampment lit Wtisliiiurton City, a comrade from Klgin. Ill , whs taken with cholera morbus and w�k In a critical condition," says Mr. .1 K. llnnghland, of Kldon. Iowa. "I gave him Cuaintii>rlain'H Colic, flu.I era and Diarrhoea Jlemody and I*1-lieve saved hia life- \ have teen engaged for ten years in inuui-Kral ion work and cnrKlucted many parties to the south and west. I alvu.vs carry this rem��ly and have usad it successfully on many occasions." Sold by all druggists. Senator FVIwards. of Rocklund. Ont., has lieen elected a director of thc Bank of Commerce.  I DON'T FORGET ^ We atv "elliui; tho Shield Brand Pipes This is the hest pi|ii' uvcr sold in Canada for tho money, -'iti shapes, Uuu tttcli.. Kvt'iy p�iJ� KuaruntetHl. All kinds pi|j� Tiibac'i:os and smokors' sundries. Domejtic and impurt-fd t'igara. { Wallace (SL Hoselton Tho Leading Ciyar amlToliacco Finn in Southern Alberta. ;