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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta He terti MHJ tf Mptta b JNWoffering tor safe ON THE MARKET IfcMtiittftMrtlMtf Alao tew Atrt Lois, .East of Westminster Road, each TERMS one-third per eeot. per ferto rt b f I lim Uthbridge I Auction Mart postponed until Wednesday .1 E LEADING tAWrER bEAD York.. June Laro- of ftjie'feadhaf lawyers of ;the New-York bar, died of pneumonia last at hia hooie.' in Uie 78th year age. waa" a director in corporations and a member of a tafee number of the iftt noted-eases of litigation passed hia CHURCH UNION Hamilton, June At a meeting of the Hamilton Methodist conference yesterday, Rev. Dr. Lyle, representing the Presbyterian church of an addhymi on tuuoo in only the" Methodists and Pretby- would the 'dawn .ofJjihe bm .would be at hand. All Method- ists and Presbyterians belonged to the same race and religion and spoke the game language, and worshipped the same SHOOTING CMLLERY Edmonton, JuniT. after shooing the proprietor, Waa. Thompson, waa ac cidentally gliot inlhe back by one of the patrons of the resort. Thompson did not know that he had been shot until lie was tol4 was run- nirig down nia b'ack. He was 'taken to the Jasper House.and upon exam- ination it. was! ;fpuhd :that the bullet from the 22 calibre gallery rifle had entered near the kidney: Thiar morning he was operated on at ;the Public Hospital and part of the WM extracted. Nothing serious is expected from the wound; Fly Time: b paw fern. Wo can do four oi4 work in Screen DOOM tad Windows and do it M you want it. Semi amde to fit your win. S dowt or doors they are good for yetrs CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WN. OUVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Telephone 153 Oe Into Did Do Any RacM "You may ask for andneotr get It But, if you are sure not style and satisfaction Progress Brand Clothing will well repay you for the J asking for it. and McRELVIE <8L McGUIRR CUresholra. June While we had ;our full shire of the recent rain storm it cannot be said that any local 4 damage 'has been done. This is no 3o'ubt accounted for by the fact that the town is some dis- tance from Willow Creek, the near- river. Of course the roads have and 0iffl are te a Nrery bad con- dkioo and few IHtlc lakes have been formed. The traffic on the North line was dormant for two days owmf to 'the .holdup by the floods at Macleod.ind Higk' River. Part oTthe Spokane 'flyer passed North on Sunday and returned from High Riv er in the evening. The copious rain- fall has done much good to the crops. The of Alberta Rangers left" 'today for ihe camp at Calgary, the officers .being. Capt. Lyndon, :MacEnnon and Lieut. James. They had a drill here in the morning under: thevcqinmand of Lieut. James and looked very smart. No doubt they will have good .weather at eamp.v Chuesholm won the first league ball match of the season on Friday against Stavely the final: score being 13 to 5 in; favor of Claresholm, Granuin tomorrow. The band will give their first per- of the season, tonight at the Harvey and Co. have taken over the v business till lately carried oh by f AUan and will continue, in gents' furnishings and 't Pror H. W. CampbeYi; of Lincoln; Nebraska, will lecture on Dry Farm- ing here on 'the '23rd inst. Considerable disappointment .has been caused here on-account of the enforced of the Cir.- cuit Races which now stand indefin- itely postponed: Fine has come too rlaie M the track is under water and owing to the Weather horses at Lethbridge and Calgary would nnd it impossible .to No luck has come the :way of the rocal horsemen this sprinf. Several hones including Landoff and Rosalta are here stabled at the track and will probably re- main till the Dominion Fair. A man by the name of 2 Lee fell into the open cellar at the store of J. Soby, general, and sustained injuries which included a broken collar bone. It u aoi omen to ;a a cob pipe while his wife arista oow. If a bitter pill to lake, M don't chew it. 80 jr ptqpto pills, and oh, bow bittar. It said that to have the children your power would be to eootrol of Hhe five iut mothers and let them realise tWr' power, and will have the chiidfem. Every hoocai prayer that is everyjeroaa that is carried, every trial thaisia veil endured, every good work for our fellow men lovingly done, ewy little task that is con- aeietttiovalV' performed for Christ's glcry; to make Christian char- acter beautiful, and to load its with "Apples of gold" for God'a "baaketa of silver." Parenta, keep your boys off the streete especially after 'dark. You know not what annoyance these little felowff are, besides they )earn all kinds of meanness, picking up all the alang phraaea uttered by the older boys, who have forgotten the prayers taught them at their mother's knee when they, too, were innocent little tots like year-own boys now. If you have aioe teautiful yards, allow ypvir boys them, never scoldinf them flkeir merry laughter, ;for 'tis better far to be annoyed at home than mirrrl up in an ugly affair OB the street of which you know nothing until it has grown cold on every {one's If you value their as you should t j will keep your .boys off the street, where no evil association will corrupt their morals. "There IB no good reason why a man should needlessly put his own wife to the.Jjrouble of wiping np the tracks, when "he great pams-to clean his feet before crossing his neighbor's threshold; neither is it consistent that we women should be too seyete own husbands and son for a little carelessness, when we assure our, callers, with Ihe moat grac- ious of it- isn't -of -the slightest consequence.'" CourUsy at Home Good breeding, like charity, should ;KShie.- Tlie "day is plist when children used to rise when their v_' j parent's entered" thn room where they were and stand until they had re- ceived permission to sit. JBu't the. mis- take is now made usually other direction in allowing too small boys and girls- too much' license to them a' scrupulous politeness. We would ,go to say that we would make it as much a point to listen to children without interrupting them and to-r answer them sincerely and respectfully as if they were grown up. And indeed, many of their wise, quaint sayings are .far .better worth listening to than the stereotyped commonplaces of the morning callers. Of. course to a'llow uninterrupted chatter be to surrender the repose of the but is it no if the child- ren are themselves scrupulously re- spected, to teach them in turn to scru- pulously respect the convenience of others, and to know when to talk and when to be silent? If a child is brought up in the con- stant exercise of courtesy toward brothers and sisters and playmates, as well as toward parents arid uncles and aunts it will have little left to learn as it grows older. The best brought "up family of children we ever knew were educated inf: it: vac'. poaaibte to so, ud leitinff wkooe be the reproof o< any wroof doing which VM not raoUjr iierkMu. We hare heard the of thU their had fcifetf to any word oc aexiotwry at .'possible, What wai H, mamma? 'l know oaring; was "wrong; Didn't we treat the 'dttier children well or were tbb In that reproof was never bestowed commeridatkm, ol whatever it was possible to commend, wag gratuitous. We think thu tyetero be aa food tor growu-up children, the huabahds ated -wives, aa those in the waery. The above recently ut- tered in our hearing by a worthy boy undoubtedly they are often reiterattd by many who are out of employment, or have little or nothing to do. To all such we say you have home capital, you-hare haada, feet, bone, muscle, health 'and 'are not ese capital? What .more capital has God given anybody? "Bat if I only had a few thousand in cash says the young man. 'But these are better than cash capital, for no. one can take them from you, and with'these you can earn cash. Our men of wealth and; influence did not start with any cash capital. They went to work with their plow, the hoe, the jack plane or axe, and in time their capital brought them a rich haryeat. v-AhJ c but the rub; don't.want to work. You want credit yon can play .the ffentlemah; and end your career by playing vagabond. You want to marry a rich girl who will rBupport you, while you wear fine clothes, smoke cigars ,and be a gentleman of leisure. on Go to capital you have and you witt soon make interest enough upon give you as uch money as you neld! you cannot make moiey upon what capital you have, you cowl not if you had a larger amount m If you waste your present, capital you would waste money if you had it. So don't stand around, a helpless, fellow, .waiting for somethingjto turn rup, but go to work. Take the first work you can get to do and .do, it: well. Always do your best, and" ifs you manage your capital that God has given you well you 'will soon have plenty .more to manage. Is Life .Worth, Living? When you hear this Question asked by a" man or woman, with lips curv- ed downward and voice attuned to discontent, you may set that person Mown as supremely selfish. He or she asks; .practically, '.'Is life worth living' for' Worth living? CM course it is, so long ae is one single other soul in the world .If the querist were'the last of his race then ".indeed the answer might well be "No." but while there is another human being for "whom we_can do a favor? or: whose) interests .we may advance, life is indeed "worth living. Friend, when you firtd yourself de- pressed' and inclined to think that life holds -nothing for you, look around. you (hot very far away) and do the very first favor for Another that comes; te your hand. It may be a very small one, but do it; and keep on, day by day, hour by hour and minute by minute, working for others, for truly this alone makes life worth living. Mark of Identity we you to look lor the Wfcfem tnfcatrk in every Mfcnd Owcoat yom buy. ol hive k pijn to look pay, well to find it Let it guide YOU always in buying Suits and McKELVIE McGUIRE UPROAR IN THE DUMA ferial ict Member Exp.tUd for Mocking Rtligion St. Petersburg, June Duma last voted the sospension for; nfteen -sittings of M. a' social democrat deputy from the cau- cus for a speech which he made in the Doma which was regarded as a ruockerj- at. religion. During, the course of, a debate on the question of imperial 'treasuVy allowing .grants to support a new school, M. Tehekheidiz introduced the subject of lkon paint- ings. He declared -that orthodox Russians believe in the miracle work- ing properties of. the Ikon, .he.nce ar- tistic improvements in would be useless. From the rational point of view, he continued, an Ikon is merely symbolic of a pagan form of religion. The incident created a great tumult in the house and tho so- cialists left the hall in a body as a protest against the suspension of the member. BRYAN'S DAUGHTER A DELEGATE Ruth Liavftt to Bt of Din. vcr't RtprMtntativM in tha Convention Denver, June Buth Bryan- Leavitt, daughter of Wiliiam Jennings' Bryin, was 'today named as delegate at large to the State Democratic vention to be held at Springs, June 15. Mrs. LeaVitt heads" the delegat'on 'from Denver county. She was named, by the convention, which, while it indorsed the candidacy of her father; did not instruct for him. This move, may "result in her gofng to the Democratic national convention as a delegate to cast a vote for her ather. Firm AT NEW ORLEANS New Orleana, June de- stroyed about thirty huildings In the up-towh residence, section at Maga ine -Berline and Milan streets last night. Simultaneously with the out- break of the fire a high wind struck the city. It blew the fire within a few minutes nearly all over the block of its origin and swept it across Blag- aine street into another block. Several smaller stores were destroyed along with the residences and the damage is estimated at about Gets Britisher, Whose Brother a Banker, as Financial Adviser London, June he Daily Mail the appointment 'of Sir Walter Gaine Hillier as the ad- visor of the Chinese Government due. to the growing financial relations jotween China and Great Britain.and! to the increasing tension between Chinese and the Japanese govern- ments. The paper points out that; China will need to raise capital for "ndustrial enterprises and that a Brother of the new advisor .is one of ;he heads of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX N. B., June despatch says that forty Rouses are quarantined at Grand Digue and vi- cinity, five miles from Shediac, on account of smallpox and the churches have also been closed. RUSHING THE G. T. P Edmonton, June efforts of T. P. are being concentrated upon the completion of the line of steel to Edmonton this year. To make assurance doubly sure, steel will be laid east from the city to meet the track layers at the Battle River bridge. Large quantities of steel for this purpose arie already in the yard here. From Saskatoon west to the Battle River a dstance of over 200 miles, steel is being laid at the rate of 25 miles a day. WANT THE MONEY QUICK Ottawa, June to a statement issued by the cen- tral committee of the Quebec Battle'- field's Association five hundred thou- sand dollars rhinirhutn is required for a portion of the Battlefields at Quebec which have passed into pri- vate hands and this amount must be secured oefore the arrival of the Prince ol Wales to make the scheme a success. is reckoned that the provincinl government is willing to put tip half of the amount while are already in hdhd leaving yet to be subscribed. FREE TRIPS FOR SAILORS Melbourne, Jnne Victorian cabinet has adopted a programme for State's entertainment of the Unit States fleet. The Americans will have free transportation on all the railroads during their visit.. ROYAL ENTERTAINERS The Kiitios Band which was select- ed from all the bands of Europe by His Majesty 'King Edward VII to eel ebrntc his royal birthday at Sand ringham, England-on Nbv. 9th, 18M will give one of their famous con certs in Lethbridge on Thursday June 25th. This will be the farewell appearance of. Canada's Pride as they sail to vis it our aister .Colony, Australia, from Vancouver, B. C., on July 19th. During this tour, which will em brace a period of four years, Austral ia, New Zealand, South Africa, In- dia, Japan, Russia, Norway and Sweden will be visited. The aug- mented by the celebrated Male Choir, the famous Clan Johnston Troope of piper? swi dancers, and tiro Giant 1 Drum over seven feet tall. CHINA'S HEAD LEVEL A BIG CONTRACT High. River, June John Line- ham, the lumber merchant, secured a contract from the Grand Trunk Pa-v ties. .Okotoks mill has already commenced sawv and it is expected that the ferst ship-: ment will be made in about two; weeks. The High River mill will r running in another week and it is expected .that both mills will be crating ail through the suminer. There; is -no difficulty in securing labor arid every effort will be made to rush the work. About six cars will be run trough in a day. Fully 400 cars will be required to handle the shipping" end of the contract. Straihcona is the shipping point. EXAMINE IMMIGRANTS Ottawa, June In the Commons agrictiltural committee this morning R. Blain M. P. for Peel, suggested the appointment of physicians on all im- migrant ships to study health of in- coming settlers. Dr. Brycc, medical inspector of the immigration depart- ment favored the suggestion although he declared that the present system of inspection worked well. 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