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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER should you go out to tea and praise fAf TI IVMT CAAI I your neighbor's muffins, when you vvULIr lit fVvll MAYOR HENDERSON (From Wednesday's Daily.) The city on Monday, and yesterday had its annual visit from, the Assyrian or Armenian fakir. They came to Mayor Henderson for a letter of corry mendation authorizing them to col- With its measure oi joy ,yuu Kv WUK. t iect funcis in the city for their poorj row. tm S0me is frotn to persecuted church in Hindustan. They i tell their virtues. Don't wait until: had credentials from the archbishop j Strength for today, in sister is fur trway in another Of somewhere and dozens of letters home. I land to tell how helpful, how from mayors of cities and ministers To practice forbearance sweetly, j pretty> Or how coUrteous she is, and j Of many churches in the United States To scatter kind words and loving wait untii the weary Lands are amj British Columbia. But the May- Strength for today is all that we need As there never will be a tomorrow, F'or tomorrow will be another day measure of Joy and sor- should you go out to tea and praise your neighbor's muillns, when you have forgotten to tell mother how good hers were? Why should you announce how much Mr. Wilson over the knows, when father is great deal better informed man, and it he.1-: entered your little head to whisper quietly to him how much you appreciate his wisdom? Vou keep your ability to discover faults for the home while the eye that should look for virtues is closed tightly when you go out. Don't wait till some one is gone from you to THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL deeds, Still trusting in God completely. there's one thing more than ano- littleness crossed and the long sleep comes be- fore you make mother know what a beautiful blue are her eyes, how ten- der her heart, and how dearly you love her. Tell it all now iiow, wiiini the walk through life is hard, and or would not give his assistance. Af- ter a tour of the resident ministers, he managed to get a certificate from (t NIGGER JIM" COWBOY KILLED BY LIGHTNING (From Saturday's Daily.) The electrical storm to the east of aot otherwise injured although hie the city had serious consequences yes horse was instantly killed under him terday afternoon. James "Whitford, jusually known as "Digger Jim" After the accident he walked over to his brother, William, and together FRONT ELEVATTON OF LETHBRIDGE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL. THIS SKETCH WAS MADE FROM THE ARCHITECT'S DRAWING The new Central School that is'drinking fountains in the conidors of ther that betrays a man s or lack of raising, that thin utrpi-iince to blood-curdling oaths the street, regardless of who brighten to warm and en- to get the money. one who has not been long enough inow in tne course Of erection will bo each floor. here to get onto these fellows. There j one of whjch the people may well be! The auditorium 51 with were two of thtm. One armed with the sunshine of praise is yearned for! his local recommendation started out He foolishly so- j they came to town and reported the well known rider, was killed instant- accident. An inquest was not deem- ily. Abe Hyssop, who was with him, ed necessary. Mr. Wm. Hyssop-went ihad a narrow escape, and both the out this Corning to bring the body j horses they were riding were killed, to the city. They with Win. Hyssop, formed a' Whitford has been in the country j Hyssop Bros.' horses. The latter one of the best riders and horse brea was in the wagon and separated kers in this part. He was a quiet, jfrom the riders at the time of the gentlemanly, industrious fellow and which took place near Chin, a general favorite around town. -At The lightning killed Whitford instant various times he has worked for W. ly, burning him badly and bursting D. Whitney, J. H. Wallace, Hyssop his thumbs and the gloves he wore. Bros, and'others.. He returned ,to proud. In all of western foot ceiling and will seat sixhun-plr. Hyssop had his hair singed and'the city only "a few weeks ago after not even excepting the city of people. At the ends will be an-j the legs of his trousers torn but was j being further west for about a year. be in hearing. Such performances the belief in the Darwinian j courage the pilgrim by the wayside.! licked the R. N. W. M. P. barracks j modern public school building. and was immediately recognized by building is to be a thrce storcy struc viuiccnient ing. in a w oollen mill? the operator attends closely! corcpiaints and irritability. Did you -of a loom long as to the work in but if she pays too to what her neighbor is doing, work is likely to get "down" ever watch the operation -commenci ipeg, will there be a larger or more. terooms, dressing rooms, and store- The rooms. In the basement are the heating Happy are they wnose names sug- Detective Egan from a photo in thejture full basement. It will con- !and ventilating plant, two large play whose last number of the where twelve teaching departments, 'rooms and the lavatories, which are he "Nicholb, John, age 30, height 5' fine large corridors, plenty of' small-'equipped with th- most modem fix- weight 160 Ibs., black hair and r6oms for offices, etc., and itures, perfcctlv sanitary and with beard, etc., ami his were auditorium occupying the whole of of Ajax plastic flooring. The heating and ventilating will be done by the latest Pease-Walden natural presence acts as sunshine wherever they may move. Even those who are thankful and bright grace, and re- which good j described as fake priests, working third stOrey jand lofty, by putting away murmur- much j o hand all goes Think more ,of our preservations, our deliverances, and let bright nope buoy I us above the sombre and unpleasant j things of life, and our depression will attention Her and slick confidence game soliciting scriptions for the Greek church. Al-j though he denied being Nicholo and could show credentials of all sorts. The length of the building is 161 feet six inches and the width 65 feet. FRANCE, BRITAIN -AND RUSSIA London, May the conclu-j Charles Harciinge, permanent under sion of the visit to England of Presi- secretary for foreign affairs and form- dent Fallieres, oi France increased at- tention is being presented as to draft system, by which the air in ev- j whether the conversation between er papers to prove that he had sent "overshots" appear. So in our li1--; be replaced by the garment of praise, i any money to the bishop who eleven 1 Zt_ wil1 be bmlt ol Pressed jit will face on Coutts St. but the cry part building is changed As an St. will be identical with the front.'aid to ventilation in sluggish wea- ther'there is a large fan driven by an he could not show any receipts or oth' rear the building facing on twelve times hour weaving, many a "break" is made in the web simply from giving too much attention to the warp and woof of lives, and too little to our electric motor. .other's own. THE WIFE A good wife is to a man wisdom and courage, strength, hope, and en- durance. A bad one is confusion, weakness, discomfiture and despair. ifo condition is hopeless when the wife possesses firmness, decision, ener- gy and economy. There is no outward prosperity which can counteract in- dolence, folly, and extravagance, at home. No. spirit can long resist bad domestic influence. His home must be to him a pUice of repose, of peace, 'of cheerfulness, of comfort, and his J soul renews" its strength and again j goes forth with fresh vigor, to en-j courage the labor and troubles of the Every wedded pair might be happy -did they but bear each other's bur- zeal As far as the heat- have polished marble 'ing is concerned, it is remarkably months ago is supposed to have sent jtrimmed with buff Bedford him out here. The pair were reported entrances will have polished mi wjjl I columns and arches of Bedford stons. cheap and satisfactory, there being The first and second storeys are the absolutely no waste, the heat given to have lit out yesterday and doubtless turn up in other towns. The men are still in tlie city hav- ing made a call this morning. on several citizens same, each having six class looms, 25 by 33 by 13 feet high, with cloak rooms attached, three large corridors King Edward and President Fallkres and the British and French foreign ministers will lead to the development of existing entente between Great Britain and "Frnnco into alliance in which Bussiu. will be a party. At a conference between Sir Edward ofT by the surface of the boilers and i Gray, British secretary of state for all parts of the plant being used for the rooms. Lethbridge Grain four smaller rooms for The school will be thoroughly The lighting and in ever particular-making it dens, and strive with half the iliey sometime? to make each other's mutual happiness. Table Kinks "Have you noticed that many host- esses are serving rock candy crys- tals Instead of sugar with after-din- ner inquired an observing young woman. tried It myself and found that the prettisst effect is gained by buying an equal amount mixing the irregular shaped crystals in a low glass bonbon dish. "Those are served with a bonbon spoon.- There's an especial advantage in this plan for those who want very little sugar, as the smallest quantity possible may be taken, less than an ordinary piece of cut sugar. This I rock candy is absolutely pure, very J cheap and gives a particularly delic- Every "farmer who provides hunseu j flavor -0 felack CAg with a 'beautiful home, surrounded promenading and is at Were a by green lawns and paths, a well cultivated farm, all that makes life pleasant, blessing to any neighborhood, there no tramps, no paupers, but if all classes could be induced by prop- er training to become self-reliant ci- tizens, useful, first to themselves and indirectly to their fellows, by bearing each his share of the world's pro- gress, the rnllleniurn would be on its way hither. HOW TO MAKE A GOOD WIFE UN- HAPPY "Another new kink I noticed at a luncheon was the passing of two j glass dishes with the sa'ad course One dish had finely minced green peppers, and the other tiny .slices of little new onions. The guests took what they wanted and sprinkled it on the salad, which was a combina- tion of lettuce, tomatoes and cucum- bers." Housewife Suggestions To remove iodine stains dip the stain in ammonia and it will soon disappear. Afterward rinse the article in cold water and then wash with soap. Spots in light dresses may gener- them dav's work! a Paste made of fuller's earth a de cologne. Let it drv. and See your wife as seldom as possible; H sht i, u-n.rm hearted and cheerful ally be removed _ by laying on in temper, or if, after a or a week's absence, she meets you with a smiling face and in an affec- tionate manner, be sure to look cold- ly upon her and answer her with mo- nosyllables. If she forces back her and etc. will be as perfect as it is possible to a doubt, the best school have them. will be sanitary Western Canada. Left of Rule, Alberta Red Winter Wheat, 22 inches; Right of Rule, Rye, 28 inches, both Gathered off the Experimental Farm, Lethbridge, May 16. HOLMES IS GUILTY GARDINER IS FREE (From Wednesday's Daily) Yesterday afternoon the Eex vs. After an adjournment for a few] i Gardiner and Holmes case was con- minutes for Mr. Harris to decide his ,Y -j s TOO plan of action, the court resumed. I tinned bv taking the evidence of Jas._ Mr. Harris announced that he would W, Fuller. He, told of examining the eairno'witnesses. brands of the. heifer in February in! Conybeure addressed tiie judge his corral. Buck and Mr. Fuller sr. summing up the evidence. The chang- present. j ing of the brands is evident and there To Mr. Harris, witness stated that is no doubt about the filling. The wlien the animal v.-as examined in tha only doubt can be as to which brand. Brands were not entirely' was nn first but the Circle healed over. The examination in have no reason for branding Holmes' court showed a bar-three-compass animal and' leaving- it in his posses- brand which Holmes claimed as his j sion. brand.' There was aleo the 7 The Judge called Mr. Conybeare's brand with a bar through the U. This attention to the fact that he had not brand .was said by Holmes to belong; connected Gardiner with the crime in to Gardiner. Witness drew diagrams j any way except that he was there at of the Circle brands, showing size and j the killing. He might have been per- sliape. Early in February he and i fectly innocent of any criminal in- Holmes put the latter's cattle in the; tent. The keeping of the animal and field cutting out all the strays. Holmes, the killing of it on Holmes' place and not cutting it out as a stray, he con- J the mere fact of Gardiner's being pres- stdered that Holmes claimed it as! ent does not implicate him in any his own. Holmes' brand of bar- way. three-compass was on the ribs of his j Mr_ Harris, in view of the Judge's i i _ j. J c French foreign minister, the subject of a more formal agreement between their respective countries and the coming visit of King Edward to Em- peror Nicholas was discussed. Sir er British ambassador to Eussia who will accompany his majesty, .will be. able to place before the Russian: Em- peror the views not only of their own country but those of France also with. respect to a closer understanding be- tween Great Britain, France and .Eus- sia. King Edward and the British government, it is believed, favor a military alliance and the further iso- lating of Germany, but there is much, opposition in this country to ?uch an agreement on'the ground that it would necessitate an increase in military expenditure and conscript and also would, lead Great Britain into con- tinental quarrels in which she is not interested. cattle but on the hide in court that brand was on the shoulder. :s concerning Gardiner con- The remarkable growth of in the Lethbridge district is striking- eau iv shown bv the above cut. The sam- brush it off. A secortd may be necessary. then application ples were pulled at the Experimental Farm, three miles east of the city on Saturday, May 16, or two weeks ago. When you discover a hole in any j sampie on the left is winter of the starched garments, dip a piece fined his address to the case of Holm- Belknap Buck, foreman oi the Cir-jes. The real question is whether the cle Ttanch Co. testified to seeing the Circle brand or the Holmes brand animal in the Fuller Field. He could was on the animal first. The only see from the brands that they had evidence against Holmes is theory- been extended. The company used and opinion. Judge Scott said lie had no a figure 3 on the left shoulder, high! up and a circle on the left ribs. The Circle and Swere the ani- tears and is resolved to look cheerful sit down and gape in her presence, till she is fully convinced of your in- difference. Never think you have any thing to do to make her happy, but that her happiness is to flow from gratifying your caprices; and when j she has done all a woman can do, be -sure you do not appear gratified. Ne- ver take an interest in any of her pursuits, and if she asks your advice, make her feel that she is troublesome jid impertinent. If she attempts to rally you good naturedly on any of your peculiarities, never join in the laugh but frown her into silence. If she has faults (and perhaps may be ignorant which, without doubt she will never attempt with kindness, tinually to correct them, but con- obtrude upon her ears: "What a good wife Mr. "How happy Mr. Smith is with his In company never seem to know you have a wife. Treat all her remarks with indifference. Be very affable and complaisant to every oth- er lady. If you follow these direc- tions, you may be certain of an ob- edient and heart-broken of material of like kind., if you have it, in the starch and iron to the ma- terial. In this manner the patch is perfectly straight and will not come off until washed, though it is best te stitch it at once and press smooth- ly after sewing. Use cold, clear starch for the purpose. MAN LICKED BY PUPPY WILL DIE IN FIVE DAYS New York, May William H.- Marsh, an elderly man, walked out of the Pasteur Institute today, climb- ed into his carriage waiting to take him back to his handsome home in Brooklyn, no one would have guessed, seeing him so, that nere was a man who had just heard his own death warrant, knew his end must come soon and painfully. "You waited too lorn the sur- FAULT-riNDING Don't get in the habit of it. It is the easiest thing to do and the hard- est thing to stop in the wide, wide vk'0rld, It ruins your temper and spoils the shape of your mouth. Try and sec the good rather than ths dis- agreeable in the people and surrounding's. You would not go to A friend's house and find fault with what she does and with what she has, and her ways of living. What right have you, then, to find fault with those who arc more than to people of your own blood? If there is a 'grace th.a all are stingy with, it is that of giving praise, and yet it is one which we ought to be lavish. Why you tell your friend that her bonnet js unbecoming, and when you geons said to him. "Oour treatment cannot save you. You have hydro- phobia." "How much time do you give wheat of the famous Alberta Red var- iety while that on the right is fall rye. The height of the grain can be judged by L.the three-foot rule stand- ing between" them. By actual meas- urement the rye was twenty-eight inches and the wheat twenty-two inch- es in height. Such growth so early in the season is remarkable. The field from which the rye was taken has since come out in head and will be harvested within six weeks. A MAD CAT SCRATCHED GIRLS London, Ont.. May heat in Perrins' confectionery factory caused a cat to go mad yesterday and in its violence it attacked two women, the Misses Poultcr and Kish- el, inflicting numerous scratches be- fore it was killed. The wounds were immediately cauterized. Hydropho- "Not said the physician, ibia has not -vot although 'probably not more than four or five'thorc is thought to be some danger days." "Well" he said. "If J. have to go I can face it. My business is in shape, and a day or two more will see it aall settled. I'd rather die some other way but I'm not afraid." His case, is unprecedented, as lie was infected without being bitten. His hand was licked by a puppy that had been Attacked by a rabid cur, and through a tiny abrasion in the skin the poison was carried to the system. Mr. Marsh is a wealthy manufactur- er. of it. HOG RAISING Edmonton, Alts., IN ALBERTA May the ALBERTA'S CAPITAL Edmonton, May industrial operations on Parliament hill are going forward rapidly this week un- der the stress of excellent weather. The foundatiQns for the huge pillars meeting of the Alberta Swine Breed- ers' Association held in Calgary last woi'k, Mr. Duncan Anderson, of Rug- by, Ont. advised Alberta breeders to go ears of Circle animals are both split.! maj ancj tnat Holmes tampered The circle had been burned over to j with the brand and that being the form the U in "UK brand. With the case nt; must convict him on the judge and counsel looking at the hide charge and find him guilty. Buck acted as demonstrator showing Mr from the flesh side ol the hide that i pronouncing sentence untif the close the brand had been burned over with j of the a running iron. The 3 had been put' on with' a stamping iron but the brand iiad been run over with a running iron. He could tell this because, they are out of shape for a stamp iron. The 3 and the 0 have been put when the animal was a calf but the rest of the marks have been put on since, possibly less than a .year or more than six months previous to the killing of the animal. The Circle Co. never sell any cattle for any "purpose except to be used as beef and then only three year olds and upwards. When cattle are sold to cattlemen the brand is vented. Jas. H. Wallace gave expert testi- mony as to the brands. There appear- ed to have been two pieces of work on are lie would like to place before his Lordship. This was agreed to. Gard- iner was discharged and took about two seconds to get out of the court room. PUT BAN ON BOOZE Denver, May will be no liquor sold in the convention audi- torium in Denver where the National Democratic convention meets in July. Application was made to the commit- tee of arrangements in charge for a concession for a bar in a section of the convention auditorium. A large sum was offered for this concession by several firms exper- ienced in catering to conventions but the 3, the top being run over changing j the committee unanimously voted to a round top to a square top 3. The! refuse any concession for a bar or compass was put on at a. different other means of selling liquor on the time from the 3. The bar appears to j auditorium premises. be fresh work also. On the other brand the 7 is apparently fresh and nut, on about the same time as the new part of the other brand. The old part has the appearance of a circle and part of 'it. burnt over. The figure 3 and the 0 wore put on first, and the rest was put on either U.SL n time or close together. LIBERAL MEETING AT COWLEY fSpecial to The Herald.) Cow ley, May public meeting in the interests of Mr. A. B. Macdon- ald, Liberal candidate for this Federal Gas is liable to puff out of the front door of any furnace unprovided for gas escape. ST "Sunshine" Furnace Aut omalic Gas Damper directly connected with smoke-pipe. Gas pressure sways damper .sufficiently for it to escape up 'chimney (see but heat pi- doesn't escape. Gas Damper 'mean to "Sunshine" Furnace? to the furnace parts ag-ainst evil effects ot'gras. What does "Sunshine" Gas Damper mean to "Sunshine" householder? Means furnace can be operated without fear as to ''puffing-" g'as; furnace can be left without doubt as to whereabouts of gas. What does "Sunshine" Gas Damper mean to "Sunshine" coal account? It means, instead of owner furnace" fear having -to keep cbeck-draftTindefinitely closed to "let off" there's two-thirds parts ofheat-energytp one part of gas passing up can with all safety be opened, and coal saved for another day's duty. London 1 I Toronto Montreal J "Wionipef The McKcown-Hick Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta. NE1V ARRIVALS IN Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta [J .i-Xl UI..I. I'd. Wl v slowlv into the hog business, but, to the brands from the flesh side, the original 3 and 0 cou d be distinctly at the same T constituency, will be hold m the I. 0. 0. F. hall here on Saturday even- stay with it regardless of the fluctu- ating condition ot the market. The wisdom of this remark is being de- monstrated by the situation in the hog market' at the present time. unc fonowing 8pcakcw ftn LIGHTNING STRUCK HOTEL Toronto, May da.mage was done to the Daly House during the severe storm this afterr.oon. Fol- lowing a flash of lightning the flag pole was carried away and the top storey so severely shaken that the against the window, the between the old and could very plainly seen. The Mr three compass brand being to be used on the ribs should bo put on below the old vented brand. If it were too low, it could be put on in front. When court resumed this morning, J. H. Wallace was recalled for cross- examination by Mr. Harris, who un- availingly attempted to shake the ox- was put ur> i AUorney-lieneral Cross; .Dr. Ularkc, T Red Deer: Mr. Duncan Marshall, Ed- new brands monton, ana the candidate. difference to support the central portion of the ceiiing fell. The guests were at din- building are completed and the fiilling1 nor flt the time and made a hasty' evidence _ o, the never said this to your sister? Why in process is well under way. from the guilding. Crown closed its case here. MEDICINE HAT HAPPY Medicine Hat, May' much needed rain fell throughout this dis- trict during the last twenty-four hours. Thunderstorms broke over Ma- ple Creek about noon of the twenty- fifth and over Medicine Hat about 17 o'clock. It was much needed and has given a fresh impetus and growth to crops in this district. Every new Family that comes to Western'Canada should be users of Royal Crown Soap right from the start. Ask any of the people you settle near, and they will tell you it is the best soap to use. It Js specially made for the West. The water ai this country is very hard. Royal Grown Soap is made from a special formula to suit this hard water. Don't begin your life in the West by using any other soap, and thus wasting money and getting poor results. Tests made show that 6 bars of Royal Crown Soap do more work than 8 bars of ordinary soap. Royal Crown Soap will save you money. It is easier on the clothes. It washes whiter than ordinary soaps. Don't make the mistake of starting with any but Royal Crown Soap. You will find that your neighbors are using it as they know it is the best soap for use in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Start right away and save your wrappers for premiums. We will send a list of premiums free to any who ask for it. Royal Crown Soap has been in use almost exclusively for over 20 years in Western Canada. THE ROYAL CROWN, Ltd. WINNIPEG ;