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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.LSteplWBi MatI RockcMorf f ^ When you come to the Mo-2 tropolis stay at the fPalacei I $1.00 pr day Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens � Uockendorf Proprle1.ot."B Calgary. Albertal � .  -i---!-.1 if KBAN'S To Arrive Thit Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS. Ete. THE FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FKIJIT Leave yont orders for preserving - Cftadies - Cig�rt lee CreAm. ete. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O, 'Phone 98 NEWS OF THIS REG J ON Taken From ~ Southern Alberta Papers FltAKK. Graining Glazing I W. M. BARBER. Pointer and Decorator Carriage Painting a speciult}' ^ Kalaomiuing Paperlianging ,' (From the I'kpur.) Al. nuiiohuc, a ciiiiwntur who ."as followoiJ his trade nhout the Uistrioc (luring the sniivmcr, was the victim of. a inurderouN assault by an ItaliHii at Lille Sfon(in,v tas>t dufin;i; the celebration hel�l hy the ftaliun Frieniliy Society of that cain]>. Donohuc- was stabbrKi in the sitlc, and is now in o prt'cai'.ous condition at the IJIIc hos-iWtal. His assailant hns not bnon tiircd. and as fur as can be loan>-od his idont.ty is not known. Ac-cordinK to all accounts thu asso'i't was wholly un|>rovokcs. Wootls & Co., of Kornic was a visitor to The Puss yestei-day. Tho Trites, Woods conn>a|i.\ is becondng one ol the lari^cst concerns in Western Canada and \i-.il in a .short time esta! li.sh a goncral wholesale business. It is umlerstood that the conipany vili then e.stablish branch retail hou^os In diflcrent piirts of the country. C.VRMAXa.VY. C.VIHiSTUN I TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks d Sunday attor Matins. Othei gunplays at 8.30 a.m. Daily Matlnn and Evensong at 0.3'i a.m. and 7.BO p. m. ST. MARYS MISSION. {Jto. a.) Sunday Schoof at 3.CX> p. m. Kvonnong at 4.80 p. ni. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev.-J. E. Hughson, R.A., Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.ao p. m. Sunday School and Bible Cioas at a p. m. Prayer Ueetiog', Wednesdays, at 8.00 p.m. Bpworth Lesgue, Frid�y8, ail 8.00 p.m. KNOX CHURCH. (Pre8l3ytorlan.) Bov. A. U. Qordon. Minister. Sunday Services i 1}.lon'.lay owning for his homo in Detroit, Mich. Ho o.\|)ects to ivturn oarly  next year when the flowers iilooin again. 3Ir. Lowe who is an f.\lM)rt horseman, nrr.veer-inam'iitly. Messrs. II. Rosenljerger and S.m vho have tjcon putting up hay north of tho Jk)w sold a large quantity. !or tlioii- first deliver.v at �5.00 .ler ton. Good hay will be a scaroo .article around here this winter. Sav-(,Tal of the ranchers are selling off Ihcir stock on account of their inability to obtain an Adaqii-ato sup- pl.v. 5lr. Geo. McGinnis ivports a yield of aiOO ljushels frd .lenkins returned last week from a ton (lays sojourn in I.jethbridgc. Mrs. Murk Low has gone to hor former homo in U'asWng'ton to jo n her husband who wont there on business in .Vugust. When Mr. Low returns a meeting will be called to consider the extontioii of the telc-I>hlock too'K fire from the boiling over of grouse into tho stove. Instantly tho wooden structure was envcla|M!d in f)ainr\Cce the fire was confined to the one tiuiUling It is w.th much pleasure that wo arc privUkgcd to announce the wod-ding of Mr. Luther WoKsey ar/J Miss Mary E. .Spf^nco. Tho ccn-mony will take place at the homo of iho jMridc olecton W�?cinoBday, Octoljfr 24, 190*1 At the advanced age ot' 91 years, .'.nd after some few nionthsof lingering and pfrfn, "Grandnia HiTiias" pas.sc! away at s..\ o'clock last Sai-turday morning at. the home of 'u-r daughter, Mrs, Sarah H. Di^-nos. Mr. lion Wood, one of our oldtiaur and nv)l knpwn Ijoys of (/Urdston, returned on Saturilny froir.' Ireland, where ho has been Inlmring for sonic tworttj- ci.ght months. RANBUNG REVERIES BY A miEAlCEK. their stock (to save for llieir chil-y �and begin to take coiuTorl. I'ho How often is a line nature warp.^i, jhofK^l-for point mu.v n ..t- tameath a nmlly goo: nor heoOs. On the athur hand a child that iS'Occasional-ly encouraged, is proud of pleasiing another, conM�]U�ntiy i.H pleiised with hlnwelf and urged to renew e.xertious to gain a repet.tion ot that pvaine .�>o dear to the human heart, l.� that heart young or old. ma.v haw conn,' first ainl I ho dear ones wiioin wo i'.\|rcct�.-(l to lie happv with iiia.v Ih' gone forovor. Sonuniuin aro too busy to gi\-o any time to their wives nri'l chitdivn. They leave homo early in the morning, stay awa,v all day, and come back ut night filled with worldly cares', morose and unconuniin'.cative. If (it is ever suggested to them that tlie.y are doing wrong, they ju-istifv theniHelves on tho ground that it is nee.?ssar)' for them to make a liv.ng and that this leavt>s them ik) time for other things. Usually the pl�i is ^ without foundation, for il is not |" �Ul bo, and we vould merely a comfortable I.ving that tli.ry iS'Vo it (o the bo.vs to play in, an } are seeking after but the oicumu:a-IKO'ue was ended vo won d (U) HOME, luns. Hoys, don't hang around the corner of the streets. If you have anything to do, do il proiniHly, right oil, then.gio home. Home is the place for boys. About the street corner* and at the stables they learn to talk slang, and they learn to sweir, to smoke tolwcco, and to do many other things which they ought not to do. Do your business and then go home. If your business i.s play, play and make a fcu.�?ine.ss of.it. Wo like '.o see boys play good, earnest, health)' games. If we wore the city couacit we would give the 1jo.\'s a good, spacious playground. it would h.ive plenty of green grass and trees f.iuf fountains, and broad spaces to i un and jump anks ago at l-'i-rnic. I(cprndow down in sorrow and pain. For some reason il is just as well ihat the nightly haunts of '(he bo.vs" ar.^ not spoc-ilically mentioned in local puiilic meeting-s, and yet the nuitt�riRone of coir.mon report. The lx>y.s are too often out of homo, out of organizations of moi'al character, and into tho world, "for all it is worth." tell thoni to go home. Tito new Pure Foo�l and Drug l,ivw will mark it on the Inliel of evsry Cough Cure containing Opium. (Jhlor oforin, or any other sttipifying or (loisonoiis drug. Dut it im.sses Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure as made for 20 voars, entirely free. Dr. .Shoop all along has biitterly opposed the use of ttll'i opiates or narcotics. Dr. Shoop's Cotigh Cure is absolutcl.v safe even for tho youngest imlx'-and it cures, it does not s'Impl.v suppress, (^�ot a safe and reliable Cougli Cu-e, b.v simply insisting on having I�r. Shoop's. Lot the law be your i>ro-leclion. Wo clieerfnlly i-(>conunc!i�l and sell it. Sold by ;T. D. Ifigi i-bothain &� Co. XFW RIOLIOIOIS SEItVICK. Child Consecrated to the Cause of fVrganizeil I^uibor. new tm of Ola Wo nre iiowpn^pfired to offer lor sale basinesa and : residMii^., lots ill the New Town of Warner on the Alberta Railway,- 39,niilali;; south of Lethbritlge. This is the most profiting new townipitil Southern Alljertu. It is (he centre of n large area of fertile; nf;i;r|*;i\: cultural lands. The topography of the country on either sid^l along the railroad makes it the most actyssible business centre, ii^^^^^^ will control absolutely the trade of a very large territory. lCiO,O0iJfi acres of land tributary to Warner have been sold this snmmerMi over 400 American farmers, a largo number of whom; will becraiej actoal settlers. There is now a ]arge,new hotel being built;M4 there are already lot-ated a Store, Livory Born and Lul^ber Yam ' and several residences. Now it yo�r oppcrtWiUy l� ft! cheap. The earlier you buy the better selections you;:f to $75 for residence lots. Write O. W. KERR CO., LETHBRIDGE . - ALl^^TA or apply at their oflices in the Southard ^lock.. A. L. WARNER-iProprietor�~0. W. KERR ?X>^ All Buggies and Form Wagons Will be M�M at COST POR CASH TO CLEAR BALANCE OF STOCK BEFORE SNOW PLIES ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. MtiNicoii, Geneml Manager, Lctlibridge,Alta.^\^^^^^^vi^^^^ Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Round Street m DKcSXOTOXToToToToIoToT^^ STREET CAR SYSfEil. nds is l.,atest Innovation for Thriving ^diciiie Hat. (Special to The Wnnipeg Tribune.) Mwlicine Hnt, Oct. 17.--Several �e-u-esentat.ves of eastern capitalists arrived here last night with a view of obtaining a free franchise for a strecrt. railway for this city. The .-ouncil will take action in tho m�it-ter ut the nctt meni Mr. W. H. Doty, who was in Med-' plus a bride and,an enthusiastic vel-icino Hat this spring in connection ' come wt\s t.wpai'od by tho pcoido of witlrthe propo.sed establishment of a ! Sandon for the event, .\inong those lyiscuit and confectionery factory j who took part �.n tlic welcome e.xor-horc, has returned again to the city ^ci.se.s was a new.spa|k"r man,'the .n accompanied by his family and will terprisiiig e)otter tn use .some o( the good things of life as we go along; to make our huinblo homas as Pheeii- and bright as possible now. Do not starve today, either body, mind or soul, thinking that poveity will knock at your door tomorrow. Don't h'our life that you may hti generous in your will. Life is uncertain, and it is liotter to make your children hatipy vh'.le they are under the home roof; to call to the homo evorj- agonc.\ that will inuki.> (heir lives .swoeter and lietter. than to deny them the.se that you mpv leave thcni a large account when you are gone, l! will be too late � for them to ii>turn kindness to you then Don't \ocp the parlor shut up ahil live in the kitchen, unless you want the boys and girls to lie anxious to leave you. I>on't think the.v mu.vt not go anywhPiv but to Siindn.x' school and pra.vo!' meeting; i-ctiivemt-er .''ou weiv .voutig once yourself. Do not ask thom to walk two nrilei- - a singing or lecture niter working hard all day, when there are two or Ihi'^' horses in .your barn that woulil onj.iy the trip os much as they. For God's sake show them you think as mu mi of them as .xoii do of xoiir l;easts ii not nMi'o. Take it.nio to enjoy the society of your fr.ends. especially tho coinp,in-ionship of your cliildien; it will only ho a few years al the bo.st that they will lie with you. and these ought to Ik- yours ol happiness to both .v�ii and ihoiii. Would .\resiticnt Wright, of the .Allied PriiLting 'frndes Council, and j ofllcials of eighteen labor unions at- j tended. The patents presented thej child and the pastor of the church made an addiv.ss. and then a Pi-e.s-liyterian minister said: "l�o. you of yijur own free willand and with a full knowledge of the solemnity of the act dwlicate the life of your child to the cause of orgarAzojl labor?" "We do." "Will you endeavor, with the grace of God, to direct the education of this chihi. so that ho may best aerve the cause of organized labor?" "We will,"' j Then turning to president Wright, � the minister said: "Will you accept this child in and | for the cause of organized labor? Will you in.- sponsor for the chii I nii-amu Canal, gi;"e the oi( asi.m n.'i-blessing. Now what do yoi-; 'liiiik f m ? It was perfectly proiier kikI liivm It was a religious ser\ ice. i.i i elu:rel-, lor n religious piir|iii.*'. 'Il.v the grace of God," the parenl.i ;!'>inii(Hl to Ijriiig up Iheir elAld lix- \vr�t liK'y beliexi.'d to be a doi^ply eons end-tho lionefit of a greit of men. liven so have religious .services Uc-n held ir.> churches fji-'.li. r righle.ius ends-for mission i=ri.':*. Inr ieaeheis. lor graduating students comfort than .be world can alVord, ,-.' nurses, lor s.ddiers. for those ,h�n to have then, loiBvt homo in a U-nsaK-'ft i" " ^nimlvvH cairses thai | week ami hardly retun, to .vour bur-j help those that need ca.f and u,.-, iai- If we are ever happy in tb.:s I liM"*-' I ill- we must enjo.v what every da.x I j brings. We would be grateful anl TELEPHQN E NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON The Hotel Windsor H. E. MiEBACH, ProprtoCor Every attention given the travelling public Feeil StaVile in connection Telephone 41 Landscekcrs* and Rancher's Headquarters RA XS, $1.00 P R DAY FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS 'kootenXV : Murphy, accused of sw.ndlints a Monlano settler out of ISd, vim a technlcnl point today was given two hours to leave Calgaiy.. Prince AilK^rt to engage o.iiiwrt boat ^ >r'tlo awl briclogroom a small token builders to construct the new .stouni-^ o' K�''Jat regard from the Cuthoti:s ar for the Southern Ailjerta Naviga , of Sandon. He tru�t�d Go�l would tion Company. Tho shipbuilding; j l>le.s� their union, and they would yards and ofllco of tho company w'll . enioy a long and prost)�>roUR li.'e. iKi located on Mr. .lames Fleminii s The presentation consistetl of a property on North Uivor Stiwot. handsome case of cutlery and a -'ut Work is to begin almost innnediutt'- glass salad bowl, " ly, I 'I'he only comment th.at appears i noeoRsary i�n such an occasion istli.it TORMPNTS OF TFTTER WD bcfoie-somo thousands of "eCSPRMA ALL.\Yli:i�. , .V'-ars ago wo lK>liove-when a j who must have been somethmg like Tho Intense Itching characteristic said: "Ikihold how good and p'oas-of ociema. tetter and like skin dis  nnt n thing it is to see hiwthr^.n eases is Instantly allayed hy apply-/I�'elling together in unity." ing (Chamberlain's Salvo and man,v I .' . scwre cases have been permnnently) Hon. P. Ryan, commissioner of eurefl hy its uk�. For sale l>y all public workii in the New. Rrimswlck drugslflts. government, is dead. glad for all the good thai cpnus in-tq our lives, and patiently, lx>ar our trials. Iielieving that all things if rightl,v used will fit us for the i-n-joymont of perfect ha|>piness lion.' -after. Toojiiany of us are looking forwar^ to liappiness in the fiit lire .vcars iiA stead of getting all the enjoyutont [tossibic out of tho present. It is well �0 remember that ilje Linio nav-er will come, in this world, when wo shall have evorylMng wc want .iu.^t where and wlien we want it. Tho only way to bo happy is to enjoy ail we I have to tho uttermost as we go along. It is right to lay lip for Old It was not a travesty, but serious consecration .service, wh'ch very properly connects the churcb with one of the most important movemi-nts for human advancement. ICIOIOP IHI-M .\r IIOMK. Winnipeg Five Press. "A rarcfiil cxaminat:ioii of the roc orris " Kitid a prominent city educ.il-j or Saturday, "discloses the fact'' that over 00 per cent, of .the failures come from ptipils who are in the haldt of playing on the streets after dark. For reasons too nuin!r-ous to mention pupils who spend tlwir ewnintts In this ninnnor  aro lacking in the power of concentrat -ion. This matter is ontiixjiy within  he contrid of tho fiaivnts. lly loolv- the Iiy MARBLE WORkS Shuckliitoii Siiiip.soii Ut Co. Manufacturers of Mut'hic and tiranitc MONUMENTS Wholesale and lletail NELSON, B.C.: ago in youth; right to prcpiiro for a rainy day, but it is not right'to |>eiid \ ing after the manner iir which all our energies to this end and put I pupil spends his limn at home, off until tha future th� happiness we j seeing that lu,' retiif* nt a reason might enjo.v every day. It is voiy i able hour, and that he comes to common to �.?o iicnplc workln,? and j school with his mind in a condition saving, denying themselves all recr;(a Wavorivble to receive instruction, the tion am) many comforts, to lay up'.!parents' assistance will \t> nt incal-monej' to buy more land, to enlarge'^mJablo value to the child." H.C. MOOII13.Local Agt  193.00 REWARD. Lost- Ray horse, branded V.'I [ (monogram) loft hip.-.T. E. HOW-SON, Medicine Hat.  { When You're j Getting Ciossesi Get them right. , Have them iiiltHl lis tliey sliould be. Have the lenses ninde for voii-to, your measure. Tlien you may read when you like, where you like, and as ^ utnvh as you like, and you'll Z ^ not neeil to turner twist the:# ' book, looking for eye comfort. Not aii eye pain or an ache. ^ No closing of eyes for rests while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. To, day would lie a good time to commence to have your eyes looked after. Consultation is troe, yoiikiioW, -any time yoH enJl. No charge for anything biit tho glasses. ^ U .John McSweyn, jiolice magistrate at Lind.sey, Ont., �lied swhlenly. W J. .Armstrong JF.WELLR ENORAVER OI'TIGIA.N. Agent for BEl-ii PIi|^ ;