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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta -: $1.50 :- BRINGS to YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR^ THE Lethbridge - Herald A BRJGHT, NEWSY AND CLEAN, NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in touc^h withj : I the affairs of this growing district. 'No nes^s- : paper in Alberta has met with the encourage- il. ment and the success that has favored the Herald in its six month's career. Advertisers - - - Will find - -\ The best medium in Southern^ Alberta to reach the people JOB We have a modern equipment of type and machinery, as well as first-class workmen, and w^ make the statement without | fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as ani^ office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have | a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads BiU Heads Envetopes the reprieve-a short story I j^ethbridgE |!.\ i'.iiiriin l.w Wiilloii, irt , )io:I.v'h .Mu.^u/.inu. Kvt'i'.v- own ln'iirl wms wrung winh sus("' laird hi; i-oiilil lui long*'!-,s|ti-iik, I'tii lit was M sinirv Sl'. in; lur (lity a>ri(l liii�incss in ��.liMlj'tt Wninlcll's oHic*! was so coinjilololy n stiuiKlst ill (hot hir iifi.'l h|h'i�t u liii-g'i' imi-l of ttn! I.iri).' isix/ing luKil.n iiL u s|>i'ilcr on tin- W'inrtow siTcc.n. 't'h.' S',;kkT iiukIo ..'rim lihink of Miw stories of ItolK-rt llriire u^llich hivtl s.vhi4 loV wiwl.inf. 'I'lii' "UMirii-. f'an, whW.TtiU'Jl ovi'rlic.-ai:l, |>rottiu'o;l litllrcl on tlw 'henw air, uuid I'ho .HKtjri'-'s ck-rl;, gloomii.v i\"g.i'ifii| of iin i^irly, l-|>HSt vacation. iiio|>->>C'(i his 'torVMil iiiiiia-t.'k'Ktiy for soiiM small f-(U:oiii of tlw gi\'�l S|>oci'�li.M, h4wp,> u ,\ oong wi>-inan nl U'lMhuil. took l.U oani,,' aiv.l k;it ih.^in. JVI rnLlK-r ({o aloii.'." 'his IHtli.' vvik'_s:a t.l as Iyi- i-oya u'l tilve a't toi�,-|-:ii�r's Hoi'il. 'I 'Imi\K' \oh iihin't n(.'i.'.'l. litK I'.'I ral+M'." .Sh" was afiaiil of l>ivaL'mg flown j_9' if sill' nitisi ln;ar Iht! wor.>*1. he' ''"^ i-oiikl .wt.'. so 111' .\n'l(k''(l aiif,'l (Villain^ Tlie ConiinerciHl Cjipitnl of Southerf) Alberta. Population niose upon 4,000 and increasing daily. Tlie third'largest town in Allierta. A coal mining, ranching and farming district. Incorporated ah a city this year. CITY OFFICIALS. Ma.vor-..rfo. f{og�r.s. Soc-Troas.-Ohaa. II. liowm^h.... Cit.v Solicitor-C. F. V. Conyijcare, Ask your ticket H^ent -(^^iMiM^ 'IM via the ^' i Wisconsin Central Ry^ --To- . ^; Milwftttktc, ChicAgo, m4 All Points East and South Cards Wed^g invitHtions Anything in fact wiiere type andihk are used i The Herald's Motto: d stan.'I'inK at tin- w hcIow with Ivis Iwck lo t>h..' room. 'I'lw aMcnilunt iii.licati-.'l wl'th a j^r.'jiiiiv the tiablc-ful iiS coiiiic ji.iiii'ival.s. 'Iiol 'to look at tiuMii would ha^i* sivincil 'lo 'him a fl itihi'iHi, all Wte da.vs ;olc� n� lh� door Slamlod Ih^-m i, [of tlu-ir happy Wfc. Hive pas.sii>g scenes showx'd her as ihu first knew her, 'ftfty-lAvo .vtars hoioiv, -a sHp of a giifl in jrra.v .s-ilk, mIio h�Kl civnn,.' to visit sisK-r IV'lia, aii/d laiig'lyed i�t liliii Ix'causc his 'half was rod. iiins lliaid a sw�-l Huh! Iai�j,>h alwu.vs- how soi-cl.v' iH' hi�d iiiiss'..'d 'it in the year .slw la.v hi ill. Ni'llit? had dom; vory wn poor and sIk' h'lKi iidxliid much, lie woii-ilora'i>d afU'r atai>n thivt l'h.tir j>wth-,'.vays lib �not lou'd 'them to thoir hns-: band's 'husifibss housi-s i4irougli t.!iotr light to l>e il�ere nay l:e i.n.'Hies-ti�inod. T( was twenty .vrars wiiicji she hod. onterwl tha-i looni, and many clerks Iva'd come aifd gone stnce tlu-n in tlw growth ci' Ivis fortiOK'S aifd theirs. 'PJx> I'kIS'' e'!"d to s.f that Perkins rt>Sk.' ai�d put on Ikis i'oati '-.\n,vi'lving wron:;, .Hc|,.na?" he tpieriod an.vioiisly as lie sllp|>e.-| oil liiS glasses aixl eanie forward. "You're al) li.ved up, aiii'i ,vou','" "Yes," shi' replttil a Kit wistfiillyi. ' I'm going to town, Silas, ai�;l f want tha't .vou shoiii'.l'ni >1m' a.s-lvame'd of m.;;. I'll go on 'ilve oiHVlhirty." "tJoin'g lor-that'/" "Yes. I'l Iiaii ix^si fie - �i� haecial t(> hold iiie. �D-� x. - WIvoii you're throus'li .josf leave t'h�^ dis'nes oh tHe sink." , Tiv.'.' .iiKlge tvns* silent a nionv;nt iir>i\ tihe-n irleai't'd ilnis throat gipntl.v. "I'm goy �their lnMI," he ftaid grinUy. �''.�Vnd i ivjckon Tev-kins and lltib won'-t n�inason�, hut .sirtiiiefWi'iig checked him ami. he .said nothitJig. � "1 su|ipo.sp .\(>u're Ihinking H's a hot day," Mie sawl as'ba 'locked the ili>or. "Hut the ul.xtor sot �t him-.self. I coiild'nt help H. 1 .just got live letter half an 'hour ago. He sent it to Carton Uy mi.slflke. I'm smrry to have you gft .so het up, tihough." "I iK!ver tlid mind hieat," he re-tijrnoii. "We'll Ix? thankful 'tain't a Wt/.zai'd like the one last year, when I fro/ie my oluvk. Do .vou mind the wa.v Nellie look on al-.out -iff A bnd.v 'would have thpugiht I'^d ha'd my iKsa'd cut olV. 'Hie >drif(s was as iVi'gh as. Nw'te's barn." ".Wd you i'lKsisilecl on shoveling patihs for nil 'the ne'igWwrs," .she "said grntefiilly conscious of the effort he was mnMti^. "You alwa.vs was -a hi'i'gh'tjK hand.^'. kiiicl man, iiilas." "S1kk>! Nothinij; _of the sort. I rocollect Ntt'te was so excited over Neilie.'s taking him he cotiWnt talk strnigivt. -Ho told her I had gone lo J.snovel snow," I ri(lod h*- car^sl no wli'it if K'.-lt iia woul'd go. What w;_ould ai'n.v'Mi'iKg m^itter an.v mori?'.' She ijafi lof>koi he haK'.i a st ingy man from 'the 'l)ottom of his soul. He wondered, with an aching iHxirt, if iSelona IJavis woul'd hiiive ilieconK) Selena Wai'dwell if_.slK' cMiikl . have lotiki.'d 'down the ytvars 'and kiK)w-n the trials in her way. (in^ lie merciful to him, a stoiier! How long 'Jm! s'tood there lie ! here preS'^nt l.v." "Don't-'tell iier," the .iiKlge said, smiling wanly. "I was .just a litil ftx>lish. tt's t'he heat. City Auditor-Hobt. .Sag*!. Chief of Fire l)r. McClui I'j. .Vdains, (I. W. Itc/b'lnson. iJOArtn OF i':i>ucA>noN. ChMjrman-.1, H. Fletitwood. Secretary-fJ. IJ. Itowninn. 'J'ru.sJtu's-lir. Oaliiraith, Q. fohnston, R. NiiiimonH, V. Dooley, nOAIlD OF THADR. I'resideiit-C. F. 1'. Con.vlieare.. Vice-T'i-(!si. H., and is aboitt to i)(;c6m� a divlMonal point. It is the hendqtmrttii's of tihe A. 11. d north almost as far as Calgary. It is Itoitnd to licconie the leading wholesale centre in Alberta, south of Calgary, CLIMATE.* , IjotWjrMl.ije's climate is very much like Colorado. We only have winter for A day or so, and the rest of the time 'the sun shines and 'the air is balmy. Haseimll was played here this .rear oaily in January. l^re \k no finer climate in all Oannrta. CONVKNIKNCES, Waterworks system, el'octric light, seweragfc system, telephone system, ' LF'PEKS AKF. CLHICD. I'wo of Patients A^X3 Discharged Fi'ojn thas(, h�ve 'been sulK�ring wit'h leprosy, hove lK>eii ulisohargc^l as cured from the State ljt^i>ers' lioiiie, O't livdioin CJaiiip, I'lierv'ille Paris!), I./a. The annouiu'cment was nui'.ie by lloctors Isadtu-e Me.ver ai�.i Kalph Flopkins, pli,\ sicians i'n at-r suppose, (emhwice a't ^'Ik' Stule Home. 'Wii T'hank you. I livl miieh Iw.i'tei-. She's pati.iiits. who have ixi;p�esl..od tlm't coming, hide t'he glass!" i their iwimes.'lH! kept. prl\a'lf, are iJO, She came in. talkiii'g \vM\ thv at-! 2'i and IH .years old. ivs|K'oUvifly. ten.iant an:! hel'd out her hand h'.m with 'her llt'lle laugh. to 'Phtiy are now said- lo have eivt'iiiely recovenxl, aluhougih they have l)�x�n 'III Wl'lll -II... ill..'- .....J,... I' lay on either si'de. V few 'd�li�ys in switching weiv a �Ie-ligli'l. for she took a certain 'intcrcHt ' In wifiKlering wIh-cu she wouM lie i laoded in t'he end, ami wan HUi'itris-��! finully 'to find herself iiD:lcr the lailwa.N' sho;l of ihf? snwk.v terminus. Phe .iudice hailoil a eab �t the gjate selected his vip4�iclfl by the color of t'lK> hor.>�e, aiMl 'tlK..vRic-i 1 iH'y were d'schargt^l 'has, at the iaii l)owed ili'-m out ainl t'hey went ! pivs-Mvt I'liiu!, nearly fiMy iwtionts, �down in ibo eiowd.-.l elevator. He| eiyht of whom 'have beuy a gi'tty silk ihv'ss aii.l a lioniM't, ami "then �we're gr>iivg home 'to get i"oa'ayt.i'lll of the cou'trol of the Stratford', 4th Aug., 1.80;�. has .iu.ft 'begun," the report MeKfi-s. C. C. K'ichnivis & Co. i.^ays. 'The national gwernnvent has OoiHlemen,-Xy neighbor's boy, I '">' "� �^'nts couki g'i'ii iio'ihing to help the iin>t'h