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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Farnacm,^-^ sunny " ways are synonymous. ' The cold, dreary winter days can be made cheery and warm with a pure, healthful heat, if you have a " Sunshine " furnace. Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel and * shines " in many other ways over comuton furnaces. Two shakers are used to shake the heavy, triangular-shaped grates. This just cuts the work of sihaking-down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than the old one-shaker style. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free. IiOMBO!*. TOB0.nto. tloNTMAL. WMKIFB*. V&.nooutxii, St. Joa�, Uamhtom. \ovii nov. ' You do nut know whot is in hiin. Utsir vvi'ih Ivlin; pat'ii-iH; lit' i.'- a lx>y. at�.-l most 'Ixyys kiv .a.t\. MAKIO OTIIKKS IIAIM'V. Von Hiiiik llitii so ligdil-iiinKi'ti. iii'.l RAMBLING REVERIES (B.v .\ ItivniiKM-.) "WoitUI jou iiinki' honrt .Ius� n liulc HglW-l-.' Would ,\lui niiviio .soiiu' 'hui-ili.'no.l l:io Uro.)) a woi>U oi hoiw and chcor: Sioi colioes rinrijuni; ' W'l'l'li your nolos iH' lovio a'r,d jov. �vi(,hoii,t,frl�uda iiiusi foi'g�jt to mk\ to their- uuimlx'r wi'ih libt' pa.s-tSing .wars. Hi- niiist ktv'|i n \oti.'i.f Iwui't ,'iii'lliiu his liiHtisl. luu.si Iio in-lOiwu'U in mi'ii unil tluMr uiowinoiUs ami iiiiiNl show Ihnl inloivst \ty Lis In this worl.'l men aiv nuirlal. We i\iv ml- FOR MONTH OF MAY i DR. W. TULLER STAMX.N'C OI" THK I'IPII.S THK Pl'HLK" SCHOOLS CKNTHAI. SCHOOt-,, (Hijj'h School l)i'|>arl mint .) ... s-aikWiu-.l Lm.- !.'� is li3ht^�Hwl.H.m,s of life th,t | Mll.-S. Lccslo,,.. inoil useful man. Now Huvt he ha. oi,r b?st att.l .IcarosH frk ihIs must �grown lurgor. ani\-OH him i'lvio sport. ani 1\ .1. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIPOE Office-0�er Oil's Barber Shop. Hours-11:00 lo t:j:(IO noon; H.fMt lo (�MO p. m ; 7:(H> lo 8:S0 |i. in. I Ofrice Nl^hi Hell antl Telephone jlle vvhili'. aixl a|�l lo he n Wtl k' lone .s^-nou.s ly unless we can c.vciN' 'llio mim'iyni, makes liiiii inipa'l'i>^nt of i thliigs-rftttling. pla.Vful. .Hioughtlcs.sj ana win the friendship of ihoso who i-Vo� almost .ik^spair. ilirt. don't he ^ have nvoiv r .oai,^ in conl.ict Would you sniolh ruggul i^at!'| snappi.sh oixl simrli.-ih, aiul luai^e �vilh onr lives. Down along life's hi^i�hway! WoUKl you plant I'Ik- ro.-v of faith .la swiie lonely 'hywa.v.' ,Iust o (leetl o-f kindness iloiie riijars itho pa't,h 'liefore >is, AikI IDie.s of (.iod's love r.looui aifd blofisoni o'er .is. him l'.x>l that you nre au- 1,.,,^) ^.o,,,. f,j,,u i^scs Virtue. U. Haley. Slan�t�r(l \ I. -Wimiifrcd lly.ssop, I). N'iiiimons, .\l iinniiins. (.!. ('onn SIMMONS A BENNETT Barrister.s Ac. UCritliUlDOK ANI> C'AltOS'lO.V \';";-',�''f;^''""�"' '\ ''f !Lfi(,l,l.ri.loe(>Hu-e, JSoutluird Hk^-k sop. .1, Maeheth, W. Hyssop. A. t .^.l ^, ^_______^ sop. .1. MoclM-th. N. HaiNly. W. Ilys. II. iiiful. Tlw induence of the '..-aulifid ,nj,,i>, ,\ Uiy is more nearly sour '>'.'' long- silence comes lo ilieni wc voui- feel lonley \Vv lack lih;- assistata'e. is largx-ly of � siHxonsoious .lataiv. j.^,,f .,,,yt!v;na- vl.^^o can ,.e. 1; ;s ih? counsel and advice, ilv sv nipa- H is silent. v�i-rnv..at iiiif and :>ovverful..: ,,,,.j,,g,,, ^ ,,,. ^.,, ,|o^^., m (luiic as-soeint ion which heifaii in Thf ministry of tiw -I eauliiul has a .i^i.,,o,.y; .ihroiigJi your hoy yon are lo young nmmhoo.i. or even in 1 cs^hood, rellning elTect. A las.l..- for niusic. i y^.^, i, (,,tnre: by hint you are ,o >umI continued f.ir many .vejirs rho HICK & WAKELY AGENTS Ii the Boiel m\mP FREa ROONEY, - PROP.^ GOOD ACCOMMODAHON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,*1.50 A DAY |LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | poetry, pictures, etc.. ti-mis lo e\or he forg.)i.lun. j.troy the ntiract.ion for the ^�>'l(?'i''-como. 'I'hoir n>.-inories will ever remain A homo of 'be�uty, of taste and re- ^ cijnioull to nM.vera Uim. bri^hl ami rn..liiini in .;nner fineiiK'nt always t.nds to elov;Me ai.d;,^,!^ ,p jimient. He mny s\_-m uU ''hamlier. whore our mos�l sa'' |,, ^^ait. .\o oih' tun tell what :.s Yet the new fricmls must also i,v Die world, as well as Heaven, if we ' ^ 1,,,^. ^^^^^ surpri.'*,- .\ ou some made if wr would not come to an have e.v,.s .lostvil. It is ,,f�'n lo , ^J^ .,,1,^1 4v,,i,.otf| ngie of lo.K-li;w.ss ami neil.'cl. all. 1*0 1-o.s*? is as fragram.. tlw hly 1^^.^.^^. ^^^^j ^Ironser. And t.hey are wori.li cuUivuing. a� white. ......d t.lK- hyac,n;.h o.s del,- ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ' .Vmong the rare pleasures of Jii'e -is cately blue, when eultnaif-.l 'V '"e ,he oppoMunity of ..K-ettug now pco- poor. as by the jeuek>d Invsxw.. o- flw ^ i.;,|,aate your boy. Vou may Ih.nklple whh iu-ove IvoMi interesting and weal'thy. ^ , money .sijoiit in thiw way is inonuy h'elpful. The world cantaln.s :n.'jny of Half the iov of life coni-s from T'.'*'"* i" ''���t .sort. He M our am: it,.,u un.l .goytinfe^go^xloul ofthincs ..s we go 'j.'"'' ""''' l""'^^' "M.iration. our fortune to enter i.vio frien.llv re-, MclOwen. W. Sinclair. A. Dowsctt. along Son,o of us are\.lwavs p.:i-,'�" '' -No can loll tttionswith .someofthe.se ci,oiioj StaiKlardlll .Tr.-R. Adam, .1. tine on our ,.n|ov,m>nts. 'Af|..r a ' " ' J'-'-^"''^-^- 'ih*^''" nwy spirits with eaoh pas^inj. y>�r ^vhiSe we e.xix-et lo'take a rest, s.-e a ""''"'^""J �l�-'�''tok. but a^er I. Havis M. Shoit'liouKe. _ Staiwlnrd IV.-P. Hailing. C Me- j '-----..... . ---------1!^ Leniian, I!. Oxlaiwl, W. l-ramr^, u. , DtS. Mcwbum & Galbtailh Ite.vnon, L. Stevens, 15. 1 e, hb-idge, ; Physician,, Surgeons, Accoiichets II. Hamilton, .1. Wallace, Ii. M, Iva.v, I OHU-o--Rfilpath St. oof. Bimlelt. 1>. McDiarniid, F. Harrison, K. Mick, j . '___ t. Niven, R. Lowther, i� lUjMes, c.i Honrs- Bi'tore 9 a.m., 2-5{ p.in.. Oliver, F. Harxey, K. Sick, P. II. I. h-j 7-H p. ,||. Sundays-2.510 to 3.i{0 er and a. Mercer, a. .lolinson, u. | p. ,,. Telpplioiies 41 ami Ctli. I'atteson. I.. McDiarinid x. Fair- i ^ y MkWUURN W. S. GaI.BI hurst, J. Ilatxlie, 1. Stainlorlh. i M �) C M �� r* DR. G. CCRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUROEOIT once-Over ITiglnbotbain's Drug Store PHONE I Ottiae 125 House 94 BRAITH M. D. C. M. Slatttlard IH Sr.-M. d """ B.ktewell hou.se physician. ^grow old. p;;;�ing by with .nse^ing ' . couW stop tixwudous on thi^T-ub- CSrayshon, K. .Jones. L. Sandham. K McKenzie. A. Morgan. W. Hutton, M. Gray, C. Paterson, .1.. Oliver, H Williams, H. Wamsley, R. Shaw, J. Mitchell, O. McNabh, A. Belcher, K. Harding, O. Pimm, F. Reed. Standard 11 Sr.-V. Moore. E Pat-teson. 1. Wallace, O. Macliolh. I.' Office-Ott Block Di-s. McCiure k Stewart Sl'ROEOX DENTISTS ,eyo happi.K>ss �e mig^vt .ei out ^^^^ _ ol avei\\- day.__ him ^Jw.t of the topmost roui>d in .^.^ ,Hat wo .pi^te it nearly ^n full. I l*'"''^'*''. *^ MvUw. K. Lamb, C Cook. Office-J. IX Hixinbotlmni'B new GIRLS SHOILD KSuW Tha't tho homo kitchen, with n>oth- . , , .... .growhtfg ,s dom-. er for teacher, and � loving, wiill'ing: _ ..daughter for pupil, is Im>sI eook-j ing school on eari'h. TlNit the mo�t o.xcellent t'hing Some childi\-?n are foitcd vo Ijf'licv that home is the place where all the I E. Stainforth. - I �Durmg mv three years expc-n.Mee ^ ^ i >i r�.  � t n-. i  � ' Standard U Division T.-M. Ritchie _^ here, fh^^re have h-en only eLght nen , , Sweiizer. 1-'. McNahb. G. Ott, A. roturn.^d with lir!urn .treiiv�ns whoiott, A. Woodcock, R. Stewart, J. j.had been . pi'eviously rwvto'd in our Macleod. a. Miller, a. Humphries, .\ iho.spital for the same complaint. The j stratton and O. Chell. F. Whitney, Won�en aiv critiicised for orga' /.ing soc'iol and hiterary clttbs, 'but th*j club, i'nstf'ad of hurtinc the 'home, �onmn-a low voice-can be aoquir-: ^^.^^^^ ^^^.^.^ ^^^^ ^.wvafms it i�-ed only by home p.aci ice. 1 tellootiially. Cl,b Hfe in developing Tihat true 'llpful >�'lf. And, I'mally. 'I'liait one of i he luosi beautiful ihings on earth is a pure, moA.'ivi. true, young g.irl-one -vhO is her I'at'h.'r's piid,', (her iiioilio,' s coiu- -Vbseiiro Oaiinot ohill a luuvhcr's lovf. nor �-al) e\t-iii vice 'i't-j si>lf de.'jlroy a inothers k'imlitfss. The lowest dcgraidat ions of human fraiilt.v cannot wholly blot out 'the itniemb- nunvber of people that-die of nlcohol-I ism oiHsido our insti'tuiio'ii is ^at- er th.on the public snp|h)se. ".\lc(jhol is not a feed, or 'vever-'aa,>.'. but a medical rem.'.I.s-. onrl .shoul'd be iisotl as .siic!, under a ohy- sician'.s direcfion. 'Si.vly p.'^r cent, of di-inkor.s are !'soci'al drinker.^' who have no iwrtic- ular cravi.ng for alioliol. aivd who will not take a 'dri-nk when alon.?. om\-' in a inon'th. but o'n accotm of tlwir surroundings and friends have fort, her brot'Hi'rs inspirat i'jn her sister's iiK'al. and ranee of t'lie lir.st fo'nd yearii'iiigs of .sour atYeciion; nay, ii .sesnis as if the ver.v consciou.srH'ss of developrd a habit of taking two cr .stiite of her erri'ng child anore fuU.v of 'that inoiv drinks a day; file ollK'r i >rt.v per eeflt. drink t)Ocnus,' the.v like it, Uk; ab.lect ^^^^.^ , maU'.' it replace water and L. Perry, R. Baldry, R. Ctmyhtnire, L. Sick. M. Henderson, M. Powsett, E. Ha�oll. H Lethtoi-ldge. A. Staf-j foi-d. Standard I Division II.-U. Morris, I. Hutton, W. Henderson, . S. Gillespie, R. Lamb, B. Hutton an-.! A. Shaw, R. Macljoth, E. Sth,y force '-down-h'ill ro.^d for d.^lirium 'tremens Be ip.�-' .-.ac- ..oi .o.s.^^e miu, oui Icoholism-see fulness if oive is unselfish. Ordinary !l'articipate in all .fhi'ngs ...av-e hi.s i,fla,,cd ami l,lce I McCormick & Cocksiiutt \; ' Machinery Webber ^; ^ and Adams Wagons '.'^ ; Canada Carriage Co.'s X Buggies, Etc. # % ], F. RODGERS | 'Phone 63. Manager. ^ George Beverley Ickl vEttate, Renting Loans, In-Buraae* and Investments Ii can sell, your land no niatter . where located, Special representative. National Co-operative Realty CJo. G hicago AUCTrONEER . ' Cries--Mercbandtae, Farm and 'Stock Saks TABER Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REaUUTIONS. a. La kiiilnoys-,  und(�rgH)ing fatt.v kdegrn>ra-Vou arc a wife. 'I'he wihole making ,,;,,, wiwr;. iIi'l' once lirm ti.ssue.� ore ntfry, an encoura'g'ing or syaii'.iLh'H- or marring ot .vour hu.ut a man �ol- of i.hc conneclivo ti.ssucs of an or-lo anyoni! who nvay IjC m divn'i'er of 'dom fails to riw; or fall' to the worn- g-.j,,,.) which replaces' vhc vital ilIIs folly, all those li'ttle thiifg-s are vi.-r'. an he loves, 'Home springn up at neces'^ary for Lhr-lr piu. er functi.jns, Ihelpful. A cheerful manner has a your foet like (lowers at tihe foot- tht'cha'i>g.cs in the walls of the aricr-Ifit'iiHulaling elK-ct on oi-hjis; a suniiy stejw of rain �i�d sun.'shiiK.' in thu J i.-.s, and of the noivoN ami spina) dispo.sJtion I'ri'Sblens the honK!. I'.v- .'Vrii>g'-Ihn't is, 'if .vou aie the rig'ht � coi'd. tihe.v would .he satisfied wi'th I uryone has a'l tinn.'S knoan ihe lira'-- kind of a W'ife. Ten tihousjiid men, P'H'e water for t'he i^e-st if Ihcir I ing, stimulating fer-ling thnx coiims however 'hrave of Jioort, uohle of lives. j when looking into a face whioh re-' purpo.se. true of obaraotcr and j;cnor-i "Alcohol, 'direct and 'inKliract, is j llocts a iiohlc, piiiv soul, or a brave, ous of soul couM ttot make one Jioiiie. ' re.s|>on.siJ>J'e for the coimni'tment) nf 76 strong one. It may Ije the fac(i of a ; But one pure, loving, g'cnerous. lacl-'pei conit. of the prisMjniijrs we rec��v� straiig^'r, hut the unci^nscious in-! ful and industriouH woman can make .at the 'hou.so of rorreclion. H.v teni-flucnce of tha't i]ne characl.er is net a homo for a-t'housa'iicl mon. Uoina; pc'a'nce, I 'believe-that th.-! average lofil on 'the pas.ser-'by. It is a char-| makii�g is liu.shiaud making and child li'c of our race would .| e tncrwise.! noter W'hich counts in life, nohio luo-i hie.ssing, and ihis is 'the divine dis- fifleeti or twt'iily years, fives a'lid high thou^i'lvls which are tinction tihat op.ins I efore you as i "If |-,s as much as to invalids.. Those cuuivailonot the land lo each year 'or= three ^ .through this try ing 2. If the father (or re other, If tbe father Is, o''*^' ''"ow how to sympaUvize, deceased) of the home.leader resides upon a ; k'HoU' how to e.vcu.se the .s-horlcoiu-farin In the ylclulty of the land entered fur the ! of ahosw who are requiremeolH as to resilience may be satleSed by such person resldlnK with the father or motber. 3. If (be settler has bis pemaneni residence upon farming land owned by blm In ibc vicinity of bis homestead, Ibe requirements as to residence may be satlsiled by residence upon tbe said land. Six inonh|'.,DOtlce In wrllinf should b� gWca to'ihe Commlaaluner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa ot Intention to apply for paMnt. W. W. OOBV. nepiuy of Ibe HlDlater of tbt loMrlor.^ j "ours," PRITMIKH OF XFW ley, A. Anderson, W. Uarr, J3. Niven, C. Cockeril, P. Ott. PRIMARV JR. Standard I Part I.-Class I -C. tiucon, W. Leek, O. Anderson, N. MacLeod, M. 0'H*gan, O. Hy.ssop, P Morris, O. Moran, F. Hagell, J. Mc-Kay, H. l>ftvie.s, E, Sinclair, (!. Slaf-J foi-d. Ola.ss n-E. Goodman, >V. Pixon, H. Hutchinson, Z. Pipes, .\. Livinjj;-ston, M. Sandham, L. Sick, W. S�w- i chuk, W. Harvey, C. Alt ham, W. ; Thomson, W. Keed, H. Korr. i Class HI.-u. Niven. M. .farvis, H. : Uoodman, J. Kingston, K. Southard naterial made up. Patterns and prices on application, E. W. lUigston ingK of thosK! who are passing t'hrong'h the narrow gatowa.vs, ihe thorny i>a.t.hs, the roujili. -highways, whL-re tenvptu'tion .holds .h-'fe'li iW;'liy, and t'he aii^el of l>ence sits in tho shaidow. Tirod mo'th..'rs! always anxious, how th�y can inaiia'ge .their detail of scheming, planni.ng ai>d econoini/'ing domestic life with least c.xpensp; for children ore such a drain upon the ro.sourcps of one's time, heart and pocket. The niot.lwrs '.loin^ doujlu work, .triple wi^i-k t'lu^mnolvos, t.> saw ior this or that, until Ihi* nerves are strained �aivd shattered to a above them. Me like a li'ffhthau.se that ilUiininaivs and .boautiAcs the snarling, swashing waves of 1.he storm that threaten, it. that seek to undermine it and try to wosH over if. This is coJK|twt. Wihon the chance To win fame. � weaHh, suocess, or the attainment of your heart's de-sii-e by sacrifice of honor or principle comes to .vou, and it doe.s not affect yon long enoi�s'h lo ewn .soem a temptation, you have a victor;.'. That. too, is conqtieot. And confluent is ft iKirl of t'bo royal road to happiness. Sydne.v, .fune 10.-Premier Sod.Ion, of Mew Zealand, dropix�d 'lea/d litre tonight. He was prt-niicr, Ir^'-asurur, nliii.s-ter of la'bor, defence, t'diicaiion and immigrat'lon of Vow ZinalaitJ. Tlo! was born in Ij.incas^iir.'- irt 1?'t3 goilK; to Altd'hourno in 180.3. 'He was ediico'lod n.t Eccleston Hill schiol. Ho �x>nt to Sew Ziealnijd and cntpi-parliamo'nl in 1879. He �i-as a !!nrtecbanical enginW. He !jtro'.|-ic..>.il t>hc rwdcal Icgi.sdwtion that '..aa'i'.adc New Zealand fainotm. f'ON C ERN'lXa FlU EX 1>S HIP. a certain old book, which still cir- ddgiws unboarable (to tlioms-jlves, ami culates more extensively in the particularly offensive to otlvius. homes of the people t'han any oih.sr, Lot me cnlivivt you fathers and land which is noted for the wlsidom ;fathers and �hii�).>nn.ds, .dial |U..Mitty with tlve wife and niolhei'; cheer ami hri^ihten 4iur life by all incwiis in your power, for s*ie iwrds your help and truth of its s'tntenwntu, deol i'-es that "ho who would have frion Is miwt show himself friendly." The truth of this doctarition 'has exii)erienc(}% cf in many ways, lo 'buoy .Ivar up anil | been proven by the sustain her, that Hl>e may he norvod j men and women through the passing with fresh vigor to impart to tlia centnrtes. Th.3iv 'is nn�ly for how-el 'trouble. I make ihis statoinent after havinsr "s�l the remedy in my family for .several years. I am never without i'tf" This ivinod.v ' .is almost sure to 'l;e nt'iuled l^e'oio tha summer is over. vie, L. Cain, A. Logan, .1. McLean. cuuqB.i;) p "jBjnH 'f 'q'apor Why not .buy it jjf^^,. bottles. i�appr earhonatod water connaotion. Ho who would never bo giats. and 1* prepared for such an; For sale by' all drug-1 bottios '(igar boxes and pa|)er > uioisture 'croof ;