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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 k ' - r OOH.V IV ALItMRTA, Montana's Ksperiiucnl \\\\\ be Clo�e- l.\ Watched. v INEXPEI^E HEAT ASSfe Wi 1 h 4auce mid extra work that go with a poor furnace. The "Sunthlira" is in use from Halifax to Vancouver, and we have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet tree. LONDON, TOKONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, 8T. JOHN, HAMILTON. STAFF ACENTS Lethbridge, Alberta FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACC0MM00A HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$I.RO A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA  : STANDARD Lumber Co'y B.C. A FULL STOCK OP S Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments nuidf to any part of Alberto SEASONABLE GOODS We still have full lines of the following, AH Fresh-Kippers and Bloaters, Boneless Codfish. Salt Herri iisr.' Salmon, rush and itiuperaanci tfloaters, Boneless Codfish. Salt HouM tie of incalculable value (o the smaller farmers, J who could then mvish the rattle for ;th*� l�ost ntnrkt'ts of tlio workl. 1 Montana i� px|vriinorpMng along ! t'hiN lint*. 1i in known t-hat oM- MinniHnuM>t. If 1 torn i'ouUl U� t*fc|twimoiitiH| wKh ' aiwl uukU� to i?ro\v iv.nv. tluw Is i�\*�r> tiktMihootl Uu\\ it wouUl m4S�t 1 wluMtt .s l'i-(>fosH�ir Atki-nson. u inoiul*pr of tlv fin ults of tluto Uvi11 son*n*t'ing in piopaguition ,tnJ inaturing of corn. "A ffli>inM� ai t*lx- m-oJnotion /otu\s �{ t*k' lirtoil StnTi's i>art*i of Mon:�itut." Mvitl 1 'roftwor Atkinson. * I hi> l*'m�tr i Im� i-asc in w)�w orims, t Jmmv in no rouson why jiraoUcaUy 41M wet ion� oi itM of conn prtMluctlon. tlu* \loolat\i\ cxtH'i'im.'itl stivt'ion, ot Ho/iMtNin nas nrrang\ i*\ a� 1 tniwfling sodh1 of th coi^tittoiiN Iwrc 'V\w Yellowstone Y�IU�y fuiiMNiuH, conditions very similar to iI'kv in H�'ct'ions of Iowa and Ulfiiois. nod tlw c\|n'iiiiK'nt .wtatt ion is itiiiiVihnt in i4h* hi>|�e tlmt high r ' vari. iii*s tif corn will Uk maturing 1 |n�rf�vt'ly in �t'his sivtion in a very few r I " I .hTi* atv two liiM'h along whioli corn improvement may rf*' condnct-I itl 'Mh�m� uif, to imptow tlk.' varl-�*tie� aliva f*�llowociiiv4l from tie* wry �h-�t l>r��*�lerb hi Nort*x�rn Iowa 'Phis has t�*ni nhipivU in tihe v*�\r, nt\%\ the work will l� contluct-> tsl ti> planting DtwW>r u .single �y�U�m. As imiivhlunl >4'ii�iim. Corn. tn*ing an inter- tiMett nop. afToisIs an evc^dlen-t op- � (m.ei uml \ for t horoijglil,\ ciiM ivuUng the land ivmJ inkling ft of many w> fur ilie iiii�M im|m>riant ivas- on is tifatt ft |N 4111 eiiol*llM�UK ful pro-, much iiigflier tlwin die other ^reftih, when the eittuv t-rop i� ciin-shJit�v|, and in of Mich a mt-tuie a-lo fit 111 oioNt adiniia1>Jv with Um* es- IntdiNlHsl ft��liiig cotHlHiotis l^M^e It ; ih a ^���d fat aot energy pt^Khicing i-v.,1., taken wdh Ute alfalfa, ; whuh in hi^i in looked with (^asoy �t the t^cvt Awl thon io v. >le pofKlored in trolkxl up to the plate tJtcy tnaito �thv wvlkin Hirt now his nerve ha-d v*nishxvl-for whence he�iHl tlvctu hi>ot He '-'famMHl*' or 'popptvi out" tatty, like some minor league recruH RAMBLING REVERIES lly ft Ihvnnior, Ne%x�r obeii the uloor to n little vice loM n givrt't tine eirter with it. True merit in like a rlvet^ **w> dw|>- rr it rvMh t�he less noifte H makes. an*er>Motw warrants a -broach of loy- nMy �niwl tkwr-tfom of otw wtio mvs I Ih'coiuii his wWe nrtd mother of his olvlUltvn. No ^gtdsv of t>rot4ie(\v can cover �o vil� � ptMmciplo; no chatm of vtvlry giWl so hntoful u trtntswn, ami >tbe ^ronth of |HMvt1^U>n Is on -tto^ Vi)>s t>f nil such ns ailvo-cute ivnyHninK else than loyalty to wifehood and motherhood. It is the �i 10tilers who dling the iinecUons (�f inen. ,,rIMn� hntwl that rocks \ktc cnwllc" has controlled armies, Mtirie Tin'tvsa ipiel- Uxl the tumult of a tnighay army in Austria hy niising her fair hand nod we are -toM tl t'hinge, pass the somber things and tlo the right things noon moth tuts. It is cUvitne\t vtuvt all the ptv?�Wlent�s ot the. DulUvl St�t*>� ha*d acet For l�efl>in 10 slumi the toain was in the air> Their wrinkhvl face of J vis mother on the tlay of his inauguration hnd so id, "Von broui^it me �to this " Orover tMeveland sikid, "\V*uldly Iwinors or Wi�rUllv perplevities will iK'ver cnusv1 i,k> to forgrt Ihe lessons my mother ^ IS PANOKKOITS TO NWLKOT A COLD. DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office-Over Ittftinboi ham's Drug Siorl 'PHONE Offioe 125 House 94 taught -mo " As 'the Windows lotf^'th en, the memory of a mother's lovoiih*r clinir ,nl�'1' u%i*vti ,|,n�i ***** *s *>� l�i� and plottinm of *y ooimtoraeiH any tondency of a playing wont from l��d Woi�se-no4nn ly so�i 1 a* I t o ca 1 v; "liack to tho wihhIm with i*usoy%" was the cry from Hooter's How fb>t Roim* one who can hit tihe Itall ami lot 'lhot big dub go.*' purity of a mother's love. Most, our great men accord 'to 'their moth* toiers liw credit of -their IpcM achieve- UKMtts. The moral v\\iU\ is lai^ly what from bis nurt'her. tlenius ofton comes nf cold to result in pmmmonia, and has ^ainml its great popularity and extensive snh* by Mm prompt cures of nature of the Htis most common ailment. It al-he inlKuits ways curcst and is pleasant to t-aUe. For *�ale by alt druggists. Drs. Mewburn & Calbraith PhyilclJio, Surgeons, Accouchei� Office-Hetlpath St. cor. BardoUJ Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-B p.ttiM 7-8 |>. in. Sundays-2..H0 to S.HII p. in. Telephones 4) and 58. F. H.MkWHURN W. S. CJAbbftAITH M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M, Drs. DeVcber & Campbell Pliysicians uud Surgeons. Phone 1 IH from the. father. NVe often soo sons 4 1 DR. B. JACKSON The lane is long, some one 1ms sakl, tlmt wver turns anviti, \rw\ Kate, though fickle, often givt's another chance to iikmi; Ami i'usey Mii-ilod-his mggvd lace no I Anger wore a frown- artctl all Uie trouble came to town. 4'The pitcher who Iwvd All �ten big MiHlvllle, nwl assonbljU*-! thousaiKl fans had corn.* To sec the 1 wirier who taut ,put Casey on the bum. And wbon lie �tep|HNl into the t-he 111 uItfitu�l*> worn wikl. Ho tlolTeKiolog*icaIly is unnecessary in our �l�y when everyone ha* his (piota of scienUllc know|e*Vg.v t^uee*! VictiH'iu was a grand Kamtde of perfect womanlHiod. 'Uiis r^rnvnly woman and wtuimnty tjvuvn had an influence u|khi the worhl in wifehood and motherhood. The moiher of Napoleon. MarU� llamol'mo, wtif* not whnt 4h ternuM on ixlucnt�Kl wotmtn. She mnrri^l n-t n character. H is claimed Uy HOW To KKKP A LAWV. DENTIST American AtMhnrHy ivils n*^t Meth- Graduate Northwestern lTutversity i>il ol Treating Swards. I "All the ope rati otis conmnMod witb the mnintetutnee of a gusMi sward I are dit\m*thintst which consti-I tute the lawn, vhould 1m> kept in a lu.xurinnt. \eg*Mo*tive condition atxl nevtu* to �eexl. Theiv , is no ot�ernt'ion connected with plant life which is so 'trying u)H>n ; the vitality as the |�rcxluotion of seed In onder to keep a cIom*. even \ Dental School, Chicago. Office-Ott Blm-k. J. E. ALLEN Archilt'ct mid SuperiiitemU'tU I RAYMOND ALBERTA. MeVittic 9f WalUc. to use n mowvr fretiuently, but in , using the mower 4ltc clip)�ing sshoiibl la* �**n , .1 m�w!y estnblishod lawns the o|k�rn-his tnozraphers that Napoleeni inher-, _ , ....... u . . , , , , , * Jl% , . : 4, . t�io*i ot clipping should not ho delay- itw! hs firm s\M\ niwl lolty nmddtion; ..... . . . . � od until the grass is too high. from his mother,and dot from his; ... M . ... ... soon as n mower with a 'blade two j easy-giMiig father. Naindeon saf a wonuin, . tl # .... ' . over tile mi 11 act*, lly iN'iK�nlii>g this ami he always won* lo her for � . .1. ' A at close intervals during -the grow-counsel in the important alTairs ofi . ... 7 � ... . � - . . t .1 lnK wnstm, u I^Uer and more mil-, life, yet he did no* always follow ' 4 form N(an�l of grass will \a> .m-ciihvl 1 her a-dvic* We shnil not venture to ... . . , , I ....... , It is a iiMMnke to lea a lawn go 1 s|*euk of Mary Hall, the mother of . , .... , . 1 ' L : . . . 01 an unkempt iHmouioii during tho ! 1 WaHhui^lon, furtlwr thou to say aliei m . . , t t * ! tlrs* nun whs of Ks exiMtetuv. It was a woman UeruWl |�ubli�lww the litefollowiof plana.: | ioMttu ing letier hi regnal to this 1, Atteaat �tx inontba' realdence unon *n4 UIMIii%tr-eul�uf ,h. u�a I. e.O w fora j ^ imU(.t. ., |w|y ,orftM It ibe famer tur noiber, it tbe talher la **f *be JMh Histt , a iong articU* OlfciUt deceaaed) of the bume.leader rcaldea ujwn a 1 raising corn in Alberta. '|Hu*iie is no re'iutremco\a aa io renldciue may be HaUatlea 1 hf aucb pcraou cealding wiih Hie faiber of! h" "onlhern |�art of AHM*rta, for in vaaihet. I \H7H. i|w� |h�1�w u>t Kort MucUh*;! put � If i�e tiler hM his peimai,eiiire�M�iic� sin ahout five acren in Ua�ir lldd thai upon farmlOK land owned uy bin, in ibe vicliiM ,� - . I# Uyofbtabomeaiead.tbc retirement* a� ioi'U'v ,ltti| "Ml U>^' nwl ,h',y httw was n>r Seivt � .KilmHton, in charm* of Cultfary police fort, ai>d the i�tln'r ivas for tin* Iti'V. John HV"4 Iiou^all. at M or ley, ami 4��fon� 1 loft' Thiw men on ba�e�-not�o*ly out- three runs to tie the game, A triple meant the biggest nielie in MikJvilie's hail of fame; Mot here the tally ended* aiKl ttie ^looiu wot trteep sh ni^hrt When No. 4 -to catcher fouU^I and f� llew out to rigbl. a A dismal Mrt>An in ohorus camo-h% a scowl was on e�utj fact�- When Ca^ey \valk*l�MKl�hot eyes fn fury ^leaiiuU- bin t�*th w�rv clenched in Iwte, He gave bin cap a vicioua hook ami pounds on Uw? plate. But fame ia fleeting as tne wind and fflory fs that he ImmI heard tike alM>ta liu* pitcher smiled and cut oik? loose *-acrosw the plate H s(*o.l- A not lie r hut* - anotber jfioan- STIUKE ONK!M tlie utni.ire Kaid. Z*p! like a tiliot, the second curve broke ju�t below h>U kneo- STItlKR TWO!' t*� umpire roar-t; Hut rn�re the pitcher whirled I again- hah that a rifle shot? A whack-a crack-and out through apace the knether j mm lot flew- A blot against the difttont sky g|�ock uffuinst the blue. Rpiru Her nephew, Ixiwrence Washing*!on, wh*> occasionally visitod .in the Wushmtttiri* h��me, siikI. "I was ten turn*-* mom ntfrn>lo>ft genius of the home, ami site awed ua* (jy iter MikI- I should, from Wte IjC^iniiing, U* suti- vTll-K*Ml>TIIKniH OKiTHIC WOr^M^,, The first iinMrfier of whom we have any knowhxlfte was Hie mthe saJiie lo*utm.�nt wtvioh is to he carriid un later in its life It is an irdvtsable thing to clip i In* luun fr�M|iK�nily during i**riodM id droiiK*hl, hut even during these per iixls it is nut well to allow the plants to produce se�d �tnlkh Th.-^ik*ihl1 plan i>f kev^�ing u lawn ctip-tvd to a height of two inebes is v**ry safe to follow. The clippuiK, too, should >tye Htithcientty fi\M|AK>ot loiuv-veoi the n�Mvh�ity of raking oil any considerable ^piantity of imiteiSal after each c>lppii�tp. if tin* so;I is moi�t, very rich, uml the growth lux- i t George Rogers LUMBER The OW Rt'liable Ynnl North of Freight Shwl. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDSAT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To S.* Our Stock Before BuyingElsowbeK. the ivorhl. It is written that Kve|Mrianl( H Wl|, ^ mwawtry to rake wn� cnnKei! aVter Adam, so woman| ,n tlkf eloping, but on cmnpura-tive-lios alwnyi � Mi-niul plnce ly |Jwlir M>ilh Uie cli|i|�mgH will not in-the mamwiiient of the worM's af-] u, Uotrimerrtal unless they prtwluce Yet ICvc iiiust have possessed fairs. i-.vr iiiuM fiave |h�^wi un unsiglitly effect. llefiMv grousm wltk Sawct **4 Office. Baik Nmmc Flfll^i. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS i...vo,�i ,-avii iiu.u...i- u,w is uw! i.IPeRr,Mi,rt o. m 4�u� ^ik�roum�,... a co,,,mo,l lumber on hand that tfvc wiik meiit.illy A^lain's so |k>rfor. Not withstanding the fact the hemitig wiHiian was i holiest. purest | lw�nrt. The iiio>ther invtiiict is most Kii|ierna>lurul. Kven �ll�� brnie'Urge estate to another, ami for the mother srill die lor her offspring mil i purpose of inciNnislng the appaivnt i on of ttic humtfiui^ive Ui�* idea of surprise or discov-, al- ery in imsKing from one portion of a! \Wn-n the litfht dies out of tin' mother's eye. no other eye. save the eye of Omnipohwc will ever follow child in all his wnmlcring* as has done. length in drives which double back th c upon themselves >n parks amlvlca^| ure grournls. IOvergriN�ns wbit^i are "housed u|hmi (bo lawn shoukl have the lower licatioti CRANHHOOK Sash & Door Factory CRANRItOOK, B O. It is not pleasant to iventvl truth that there are tuoiheiH branch^ pit*�4'rved so as to the' produce the effect of rais-iivg from the who gcound not merely by a afngils �tem have sacrificed motherhood to world- bin as a maw Shru4itMvy grout*N Smrt Tweeds, Blsck tsd Blue Isdlgo Md tur%ttc� and Investments Worsteds, Feocy Stripe and the Lstest Deeifss is Vestinfs I can eell your land no matter T . whcic located. Special represent- CIeanm& Pressing, ative, National Co-operative Realty Altering. Co. Chicago AUCTIONEER , OrieB-Mercbandiie, Farm and Stock Sales ABERx- - ALBERTA Your own nuterial uiado up. Patterns una prices on application. E. W. Kingston East of the English Church on in\ -trip 1 know Iliad, we had corn for our dinners �te*'eriil Iiowh U vou i ' cant* tii publish t>bis nod ask a>uy ot ihe police tlioys to corroliorate this, ( I think tiheixj will be no 'trouble to Repairing, j o,,,) 4JU,t lllfcMlt i artl udiing uw)truth. If .vou caiv* to publish Uiis, and j make *t as (tubtic us juu can, .vou can do so. KX-tMMiPU S. W M. POUDR. A'bove the fenco in centra field in rapid whirling fltttbt The sphere sailed on, the blot grew dim ami then was lowt tosiicht. Ten thousaind hats were thrown In air-ten thousand threw a At- Hut no one ever lound the hall that MightyCssey hit. Oh, fchnutd also bo cho�*n so a� to carry the lolia^o of the ^troup to nhegrocuj sward ra*hiigall AleU.-odist Chiiroh, Winnipeg. Hotnewhere In thin favored land dark cIoimIa may h-kte tike sun; Komewbere hands no longer play, and children have no (un; sonx'wlwre over blightott liven tln�ro hangs a hoavy pal*; Hut Aliklvil-le hearts are happy now- FO� OA SKY HIT THE BAMU -fimntlund nice Hi Olev�)�nd KewH. And "�rroKicss is fsir at this end of the rine. We should i* at Ataud- point, Idaiio, with ths track early in July, ly am*>ivion, and Hu* mo^t imhupPA women (m ivirth an* those who have t*et nsiheii the bloom of youth forsakes ilie clh�*k, and the fire of yotHh dies UiH of th^* ��ye. Such often turn 10 their Iioiik* for sympathy and love, only to And that they loo have vani^M^l with their |teifcr*uil idiaiyia. and wlwn H is late the �arbond. | pjciuresipjo clmroclers ol Western' Snooty is Md together by �oH�l j ftwiadu. having 'lieen horn in St. ti*�h; Hvic Hocieths are bound by iionfface. -her pan-Ats tUung the flrst money and oaths- Those obligationsi wWt0 people to settle on the prairie, j no extra charge either are like jrlnhs ol steel, yet w*ie| n,)r |uU) veftrK \*&n cloiHbvl j ]^5^ hold like the niarriag� Uml when|wU^ conwtant and intenso Borrowing' vi,niino-tlons in the doctrine tiiat lewis a ci-eature, cailotl by couHesy a man. so announce that a transfer of his We Can't For what sotno others