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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTBBRIDGE HERALD "BUCHANAN Publishers A. the sun shines popu- lation'without .laud is a marvel and land without population is a 'You want them. ernees. wild- both'. A jolly French girl was Miss Barry, of Montreal. Her laugh, likelier pen, cheers and or read her S CJBSCRIPTION e tl.5O a year .Otherwise a year The quality of the soil ia of less consequence than the quality of the man who lives on the soil. As far as you gone in Canada your educational institutions and all meet her She hud been talking ADVERTISING: Fer Month 91.00 Per Inch articles.. English for a week and while here wandored back to her old tongue, when she got into conversation with an old Montrealer, E. A. the general standard oT'businessjCunningham, who speaks tVench integrity is such that you have fluently. apologies to make. Keep that) more one strives against such things the deeper they penetrate and the more painful the wounds they make. A spark of tire if left to iUelf will pveutually die out. but if it is uuned fuel added, be- hokl, wljat, a great conflagration ensues. Forbearance is the onl) remedy, and although everyone may not pongees the nnexan I patience of-. Job; yet what littlf: they have may be cultivated -till QUIT LOARNG. It is disgraceful the nvmuer in which young men conduct them- selves on Round st., principally between jiedpath st. and Baroness road, on Saturday evenings. It is almost impossible for a lady to walk along the street, without beiug crowded or by men. Then shs is in danger, too, of hav- ing her skirts ruined by trailing in the tobacco juice that is expector- ated over the walk by the loafing element. Surely there is roon enough on the public square for young men to spend their evan ings, without standing arount Round st. and causing an annoy ance to the ladies. party contained two sharp cle ur hold vour standard up, and1; business women, Mrs. J. 0. Me- things will be made to go smooth- 1 Lagan, who conducted the an- j ly uml easily. World for several yea raj preserve your unoccupied lands for those who will make intelligent use' of them." Stitch in time Saves nine YOU KNOW WHAT WE MEIAN Block each Lots in Solid brick house and 2 lots, Round street, The city council is to be com- mended for its desire to have the rees systematically' planted about the city. Nothing will improve the appearance of Lethbridge ami increase the value of property more than lined with beautiful shade trees. Lethbridge need not worry about couver after her husband's death, and Mrs. Baxter, whoso husband brought the first newspaper plant into Saskatoon, Mrs. McLagun is a "well informed and entertaining woman and is. brim full of the true western spirit. So is Mrs Baxter. Since her husband's death a year ago, she has been managing the big interests he had acquired in Saskatchewan. A prince is the best term that can be applied to Geo. H. Ham, contracts who accompanied the party. Mr." freight sheds shows that the big road is going to start in at once to build up Lethbridge. EDITORIAL NOThS. If you want to be happy contented, don't knock. and Almost enough rain has fallen in Southern Alberta within the last six weeks to float a warship. GOSSIP ON THE SIDE By the Tattler The police had better use the "move on" summons with the young men who loaf about Round st. Saturday evenings. The proposal to place- seats "in the square is all right. Get a lot of them, so that there will be lots of accomodstion for citizens. Judging from the comments of the members ef the party; the lady journalists enjoyed the '.rip the C. P. intentions any longer. Ths fact that have been let for roundhouse and Ham is Chief of the eau of the C. P. R. and is one of the best known and best liked men in Canada. The women call him "father" and Ham does'iit frown -a bit. He is head of a happy family on this trip, He was the first honorary president of the Women's Press Club and on the train the night tLey reached Lethbridge he was told how popular he was and given evidence of ifc by the pres- entation of a gold mounted um- brella from the ladies, Nothing delighted the ladies more than the hospitality of the citizens of Cardston and Magrath. Words of praise were profuse and hearty. Cardston was lavish in its A friend of. ours- lost a fine Jer- sey cow day-tied her too long. She got' tangled up in the rope and broke her neck-a case of top much rope. How many in- stances there are. in life thataie counterparts of the above! The cherished of our hearts, our own flesh and blood, are often allowed to gradually, slip away from us and out from under our control, all because ;we love them so much and hate to restrict their pleasures to gay them. They are out a little bit latej but they are our 2 business lots, Baroness Road 1 business site adjoining Bank of Commerce loU House. 3 lots and stable. Smith', street House, burns and 5 lots, Round street 2 fine lots adjoining Mr. Naismiths residence 7 lott on Redpath street 1500 2 fine comer lots, Bom pus street Fine business location, Crabb street. Acre lot, "London street, west Acre lot, Bompass street, feast. Only 2 lots left on Brunton street Fine solid brick livery stable with basement and loft 3 lots, centrally located and doing a first- clals business terms to Sunny Southern Alberta better than any other part of the west. SOT. ladies never tell falsehoods, boys and girls and they will be al- right. Perhaps later on it is the public dance, a case of beer and a game of cards with a ten cent ante and the first- thing we know all is lost, and we "awake to a realization of the fact, only too late, that it was just like our friend's cow-a case of too. much rope. Be boys and girls with your boys and girls, and at the same time be manly men and womanly women, and your boys and girls will grow up like you. be proud of you and you of them. tne t B. Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA GEORGE M. HATCH C. E. DANIEL ,as we all know, so when they and Magrath, though, leered-with delight as they left limited nimntes impressed Lethbridge on Saturday night the ladies most favorably lhe -This has been the best day of all" j we gladly do believe them. Get behind that flour mill scheme arid push it for all you are worth. Lethbridge must have mill right away. Thirteen isn't an unlucky num- ber in Cranbrook. Ask the la- crosse boys if it is. Let everybody join boost for Lethbridge. hands" anc The Oddfellows have selected- a good fellow as their grand master in B. C. Cardston is reaching the brick and stone age of its history. of i struck a tender chord in the hearts Now, who are the lady journal- ists? Well, they are women and girls who letters to their sweethearts or husbands but articles in the papers. Some of; the things they write about are; serious, some of .them are not.! Many of these >dies are more; popular at a wedding than at any other time, because it is there they are able to say the homely bride is beautiful, the dress and magnificent and so on. However not society party were the literary of the travellers. The speech of Mr. Jacobs was an able effort' and was time and again referred to_as the best heard on the trip. _ Mr.- Jacobs is certainly an eloquent orator. RAMBUNG REVERIES all the ladies were editresses. In the women of. renown in world, women whose (By A Ureamer.) When spring comes hurrying o'er the hills. _ And music ripples in the rills And soft the winds begin to blow, I-wdnt to pack my grip and go- Go where'? 0, anywhere! Jnst go. THE HOME. Married people would be happier, j If home trials were never told to the neighbors. I If they kissed and made up after i every quarrel. If household expenses were pro- portioned to receipts. If they tried to be as agreeable as in courtship days. If each would try and be a sup- port and comfort to the other. If each remembered the other was a human being not an angel. If women were as kind to their usbands as they their overs. If fuel and provisions were laid n during the high tide of summer work. If both parties remembered that Farm Lands Wheat Lands buildings of these materials have