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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta F-_ i _L J" S 4ft * ^ * ^- r N. L. Stephens MiU Rockeriorf When you oom� to the Mo* tropolis stay at the Palace Hotel NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From ~ Southern Alberta Papers RAMBLING REVERIES V A mtKAMEIl. ! How often Is a (hie imtuie wai'io-'l, J hopwl-for |mlnl nu,j i, iv.ftlly good disposition mjwIM iiyiuh,Vl �'' " " xl^m-h* y order of the governor general. Hark lilt the finger off Steele during a fight In the Colemun hotel. Steele died some weeks later. and ' Clark was held responsible haw com*1 lirwl t\w\ \h-le's Meat Market had a very clo.'W cull on Tuesday. The old City Meat Market building .wl.tch was placed :n the fear of the now Mock took fire from the boiling over of groise Into the stove, tnaltuitly tho wooden structure was onveloi>ed tn Aain^i A sthT bree/.e was blowing from the weal but luckily there w�� no opening on that side to civuteadrau^ht. The Hut? Vletor fire extinguishers came to tin* rescue In groat shape, and through their good s^ntee the fire was confined to th.> one building It is much pleasure that wo .vtv privileged to announce the wedding of Mr. I.uthv'i' \\t>lsey ur/J Miss Mary K. Spence. The ceremony will lake place at the home of the luride etecton Wednesday. OetolM' 21, lOOd HO IIOMK. UOVS. in the end one of those children who j neither ,hoary nor hoods. On the t K�y*- don't hang around the cor-other lianda child that is-occasionul- .nflr the stnsets. tf Vou have any* 1 thing to do, do It promptly, right off, then go home. Home Is the piaco ly encouraged, is proud of pleasing a not Ivor, cons�K>uently 1m please*] with hiiuwdf and urgvd to renew exertions to gain a repot.tIon of thait praWe so dear to the human heart, l;e that heart yotmg or old. Sonu?num are too busy to givtfany time to their wives and clrfldivn. They leave homo early hi the morning, stay away all day, and come back ut night filled with worldly cares, morose ami uncom.mntt*cative. for and boys. About the street corners at the stables they learn talk slang, and they team to smoke tol>acco, and to do other to sweir, to do. in any things which they ought not r I Ho your business and then go home. If your business is plUy, play make a business of It. \\v and like to boys play good, earnest, healthy tf nines. If we were the city council Wo nre now prepared to offer for nolo btiftineftft lots in the New Town otWnrner on the Alberta Rttilwfiy, south o( Lcthbridga, This is the most promising new town Sotithetn Albertn. It is (he centre of n Inrgo nren of fertile cultuml lamls. The lotx>gmpliy of the ?onntry on oithef skic along the railroad timkes St the most nccesiblc business c^nt^ will control absolutely the trade of a very large territory. �. j -_L h -ITkZ . this summer to acres of land tributary to Warner have been sold over 400 American farmers, a largo number of whom will bac6iiH actual settlers. There is tiotro large new hotel being built an iff -r . i.^.; j - L there are already located a Store, Livory Barn and Lumber am) several roaMciicos. Now it your opp*H�thlty to fit cheap. The earlier you buy bette r selections you UK\i Is ever suggested to them that [Wl- would give the boys a good, spa jiou.s playground. It aouhl plenty of grwn grass* and they mss doing wrong, they jus-tlfv themselves on the ground that it \n nec\?Hsaiy for them ti> make a [ fountains, and broad spaces to and that this leaves them no time un(i jmup and pia\ have end for other things. I'sually the plcm is without foundation, for it is not merely a comfortable l.vlngthal tln-y are seeking after but the nccmmiui-At the advanced age of 01 years, !,ion needless wetilih. Any man. unil after some few monthsof linger- llhit�as44 !" Ms ,,M,w,m wn morning at the home of her !m*is busier than lie o�g�u to suitabl mi gam rs in. We would make U pleoHnnt. iim lovely as it could be. and we votild give it to the hoys to play in, an I when the game was ended ve won d tMI them to go home. make. Prices will run from $100 to $200 for business from $25 1o $75 for residence lots. Write oin; 4>. � mi *- LETHBRIDOE or apply at their oilices in the Southard Block, A. L. WARNER .Proprietors-O. W, KERR CO. i- - ^ - \ - Candies Cigars lee Cream, etc. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O Phone 98 Ghr/ing Graining W. M. BARBER Painter and Decorator Carriage Painting a specialty Kalsomiuing Paperhanging TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks **C" and "P,M Apply to H. MACBETH Reid Estate and Insurance. CAUMAXCAV. (From the Clareshotm Review.) The threshers are still busy in tht* vicinity. The rarnumgny Kan a Co. outfit are thtvshing for some of lh.� iinighN�rMt having cleanwl up their own grain last week. Messrs. Stuart and Klllnti Ains.U* have t\*turmsl from Sterling, Albert-n wlieiv they went recently to bring up .'our hundred sheep. "Mr. Altisley *e- porth nightly deprt^tat huts %%y co>-otes, on their fiock. Mr. grotesiipie a|�- jp*�aranf our nUUiiue and wvll knjiwn I toys of Cardston. returned on Saturday from Ireland, wh^re Ik? has been laboring for some twenty eight months. NOTHING TO KK.An. Mothers have no hesitancy In ion-: tinning to give t'hamJ*'r)�ln's Coin/h Kemedy lo their Utile ones, ns it contains absolutely nothing injur ions. This remedy is not only pel f�ctly safe to give small children. but Is a medicine of great worth and�( they mviu to grow merit. It has a world wide repu-;uml worldly ways. WAVOMU.VO MOV. "Oh where Is my wandering bo> tonight?" has Iven sung thousands of Mines witli wondt�rful tenderness and pathos, but how many of the singers or hearers, ever gave hettl to ih� pertinent enquiry of the song*? Siai 1st Irs a iv frequently puldished showing the great majority of our boys spending their night* away from the better influences of home. Ah ihey grow into >outh and early manhoo>l Into the If the The new Pure Food and Drug Uiw will mark It on the label of every Cough fare containing Opium. Chlor oforn\ or any other slnpifylng on poisonous- drug. Jtnt It passes Dr. ( Snoop's Cough Cure as made for Un ! jy^nrs, enilrely fiw. }>r. Hhoop all 1 (along has bHIerly oppe your protect Ion. We cheerfully recommend and sett it. Sold by ,t. p. iiigi i-1 Sow occupy Adttms L umber Co. : boihum ^ Co. 1 Farm - -\ told -4 COST FOR. CASH TO CliKAU DALANCK OP STOCK BKFORK SNOW PMES 4. . ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. .1. W. McKicOL, Geueml Manngcr, LtHlibridge, Alto. Old stand-Round Street 0 wo rl 11 slngerfi tation for its cures of coughs, colds j question could l>e nnsweivd und croup snd can always be relied j publicly in any ordinary meeting upon. Kor �aU by all druggists. 1 whew the song. Is sung, it w�*i;d �� -eauwn tremendmiH^ sensation, and many a heart would Ikiw down in sorrow atul pain. Kor some reasofi ii is just as wo|| (hat the night I\ haunts of "the boys" aiv not spee-tlicully meuMoned in local publie NKW ItKI.IGloi lUVlfK. pio;o;qioio;o;o:o:q:oIoIoTo^^ rn,, ul>le. TELEPHONE NO. (New York lmle|H*i.delit.) i � - � rs i -FOR ALL KINDS OF it Kerioi*. Oct. 18.-A |K�rsonat retire-senlnrlve of President Mitchell, head of the Tinted Mine Workers of Amer-' tea. will eon*e to Urltish (*�dnnVliia in a few days for the purpose of adjust-' lag differences which resulted in thai striki- two wivks ago at Kerule. 1 ltepr**Keniattons were made to President Mitchell hims%df to pay a vi>ii was not u baptism-it con.M*i'raliou serviiv over n meetings, ami yet the matter is one . out of organizations of moral rluirneter. and into the world "for all it is worth." IIAVI-: SOMK KNMOYMKXT. How much letter to use sotm the was a child, diimes ; Met hoe" 1st Church in Chicago the other day. The lather of the child is a member of the Hookhirulers' I'd-on, and presilient Wright, of the f Allied Crlitlng Trades Council, and .dlU'ials of eighteen tabor unions at-leaded. The puivnts pivsrntetl the Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON � if iV,. p:o;o:o;aop:o;o:o:o:d P/\on;o;oo;o;o;o:o:o^^ o| to Fende In order to settle ilie af nlo ROod filings of life as we K*> fail If at all possible. IWdng en [tt|,nR: to make our humble horn.m us gtigimierrts hmtvier. have prevent->d irheery aiul bright as possible now him coming west, hut he has wired j Ho flot UtiUiy oHUl.r Uu]> that an executive otllcial of the Mine nxiwi or �oul. thinking that poverty It Is hoftod that wi|j knock ut your door tomorrow. child and the pastor of the church made an address, nnd thm a V\\ CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CULHCtl Sunday Sorvtce*:~ l-ow mass, H.Uo a. in.; 11.00; vespers, 7.110 p. ui Daily Sorvirr*:- Sl�s� 0 .'10 high aui-is Father Van Tl^hem f ST. AfCieSTIXK'S CIIL'ltVlL (Anglican.) Huv. .1- S. Chivers, A.ICC, licet>r. Hev. Ilavld donos, II. A., Ass**t�At Matins at 11-00 a. m. Sunday School at U.OO p. in. Evensong at 7.HO. Celebration of Holy CommutJon:- lit Bunduy In the month, H a. tu. (I'lain), and 11 a. in. (Choral > ard Sunday after Mat ins. othei Sundays at am. Iteily Matins and Kvensong ni a.m. and 7.H0 p. m, ST. MAHYS MISSION. (Nro. a.) Mutiny Scitool nt a.Wi p. m. Kvensong at 4.H0 p. m. iwith Mr. i\ K Suuuners. Miv J'*inm*y is widl |d eased with Albert a und is considering locating here |ier- iiian�*ittly. Messrs. II. HoM*nlH�rger and S.m v ho have I won put ling up hay north of the Mow- sold a large quantity, for their llrst delivery at S"�.00 t\t>r ton. a sea r.-e article around here this winter. S.*v-i-ral of the rtinchers atv selling off their stock on account of their iu-ubilitv to obtain an Mh*�ptati* sup' ply. Mr. life. Mctiinnis ivports a yield of 21 no bushels from lo acres of Workers wit! come, the troubles at Kernie will be speed* tlx adjiiMied. for the continued closure of the coal m.lies w*iuld speit dlsuHter to the entire upper vountrv ibis yeiir. STUKKT CAIt SYSTICM. This U latest Innovation for Thriving Medicine ||at. �Special to The Winnipeg Tribune.) I Don't hoanl ami scrimp through i II the liest years of your life that you may ls� generous in your will. Life is uncertain, and it is hotter to make your children happy vl/.le they are under the home roof, to call to the home e\ery agi*nc\ thai w ill make their lives sweeter and better, than to detiy them th.*M* that you mev leave them a large account when ^ u art* gone. \\ will !�* too late for 1 oats. Mr C. man and O.ih W. Carman has purchased l�ui heail of cattle frtuit Mi*ssrn Kree Anderson and \\. II. Fur* nold which he will k�s*p for ImW next year after disposing of a few milk cows. Mr. ami Mrs. KphI denklns returned last week from a I en days Juurn in Udhbridge. Mrs. Mark Low has gone lo former home in Washington to her husband who wont there business in August. When Mr. po- ller jo n on Low MiHlieine Hat. pivsentut.ves of eastern capltalistH arrived here last night with a view of obtaining a free franchise for u street nillwu\ for this city. The council will take aetlon in the mutter ni the next meeting. b> terian tninisti*r snid ^ "l>o. >ou of yqur own tv%n* and v ith a Hdl know ledge of ih,) . soli muit> of the act delicate the life of >our child to the cause of i orgaif/ed itthor?" ! "We do " r j "Will you endeavor, with the gra�e of Ood. to direct the -education of this child, so that he may best *er\v the cause of organized labor?" �We will."- Then turning to president the minister said: "Will you accept this child in and for the cause of organized labor'.1 Will .\nu l�e sponsor for the child und aid anil assist him until be % H. E. MBBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Fetnl Stable in connection Telephone 47 Wright. LtuulseekerV ami Rancher's Headquarters RA $1.00 DAV !them to return kindness to you then j Don't k*�ep the parlor shut up and WPWrillM live In the kitchen, unless you want jmu,,,|,s lh" when he nui> to be anxious t > *.*�ke u|>ou himself the obligation entcriMl Into CIHtiSTIAV I MTV. the boys ami girls leave you. Imii'i tlnuk tiie,\ mus-l not go an>wheiv but to Sunday school and prayer meeting; ivmemler ;ou weiv young once yourself. IK* ask them to walk two nvilm> * a singing or leeture after working hard all day. when there are two or thnv horses in your baiuihat woutit\ I'riest Makes Ciewmtntioif, lm, u.|p ns lllUl.,, i|S uu.yi Forour beasts ii not nuiiv. Take it me lo enio\ the Koelely ol Catholic t*t Methodist Minister ami h* Hride. returns a meeting will ho called to lonsidcr the evtention of the telephone line. I WtiSLBY MKTIUJUIST CIH llCII. llev. �l. K- Ungbson, H.A.. Castor. at H.W u. m. and 1 MKWCINK HAT. S u ml ay 7.�0 p. m, Sunday School and Bible 01 as9 at a p. m. Prayer Mooting, WodnoidayB p.m. Epworth League, Fridays, p.m. tCrom lh� \ewt>.) at 8.00 Mr. W. II. Doty, who was in Medicine Hut this spring in connection wilhthe proposed establ,sluiu�nt of u biscuit und confectionery factory 1 1 (Nelson Canadian.) One of the most pleasing as well as must touching evidence* of I ho e.\Ut ence of the Christian spirit but ween churches and coming from a quarter w here, acco ixa ng tot Iteo I og. .:a 1 uuditions, such things should be last looked for, is reported from Sundou. The Metliodist m'uvister at Satid tha people 01 Samlou for the event. Among those ,\our fr.ends. espenalt> the of your chddrvn: it will on'.v be a few years at the U�st that tiny will Im� with you. and these ought to Is* yours of Imppiia'ss to both y� u 0nd litem. ttouNI >o� nol ralher have them look dark when out in the '� ��l*h l�roi�- M>�*-iaii ov his 1 ..r- entH?" **I will.*' ivpliMl Mr. \\r .e, not I r*lrn u oftnst�cration prayer *. -i^ 01 fered by chamvUor Tobial. of ;i�e tMilcaye Uiw Sehmd. and Cie vit�.r end rora* l� was a religious ser\ ice. i �ii*.t,| . for n ivligious purpose. *tt^ ttie grace of Clod." the parents , ' noi-eti to Iring a|i ihi'ir cMld l>e- wr*t lhe,\ bebe\*is| lo be a ihvplv (oils end-the lienefit *�f tt gr1 it I'ven so have religious ser FOR THE PEST SERVICE LETH5RIDCE STOP AT THE WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS jwho took purl tn the welcome e.xer at 8.0^ Ibere, has returned again to the ehy cises was a newspaper mun/the KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) A. M. Ooixlon, Minister. Services at 11-00 a. nu and llov. Sunday p. n�. Sunday School at a.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every Wcdresday evening at 8.0a o'clock. accompanietl hy his family and will take iqi permanent residence here. His plant in the easA is ready for shipment as soon can get his building ready commodate it. H. II. Hokk has terprising editor of the Slocan Min packed as hit to ac- left tor 1 IIAPTIST TABKRSACLK. Roc. C. I'adloy, T'astor. Sunday Services attt.00 a. m an 1 7.30 p. in. Sunday School at H.00 p. m. Prayor mooting Wednesday ezoning ut 8.00 o'clock. Sewing Circle WoUnosday afternoon at 300 o'clock. Missionary moutings 1st and 3rd FrWays in month. Cupt. Prince All*ert to engage ex|K?rt boat builders to construct the new Mourner for the Southern Alberta Navign Uon Company. The sl^pbulldine; yards and ofllce of the company w�lt tHt local ed on Mr, .lam's Clemin^ s property on North River Street. Work is lo begin ulnuist imnUKiiate-Iv. [ing Heview.. The striking featur the p^rfinomnce is rejuirted in Review as follows* "Rev. Father \K .leannotte then sjiid he was called upon to ftdllll a.most jdeoKing duty, which eonsisted of prom*nting to the hride an in this I in* we must en.u�> what e\ery da\ brings. We would lie gralefid .in I glad b�r all the good that cpm>s iu- * * * 1 ii our lives, ami patiently, bear our 'i'1'1 trials, Udieving that all things if rightly used will fit us for the en io.vnvenl of perfect happiness he�v after. Vices thvti held il. cliurclu^ I >* *� � �l* f righteous ends-for mission Trie.,. teachers. for ^rad call* und "',�-lifitni: 11 was nol a t ravi�sty. but i* serious cimsecmt ion service, which wvy froperl.c conneds the church with one of 1 he most important movent'tits for human advancement. Kt:i:i* THKM AT IIOMK. Winnipeg Free Press. 1 1 of San u good tiiuo to couiuumci! to have your eyes looked after. ] Hon. I*. Ityan. commissioner of public workii in the Vow Brunswick government, Is dead. Too many of us are looking forwar^ "A curelul examination of the rec to happiness in the fuimv yean* iiWords" said a prominent city etlucit-stead of getting all ihe enjoynkmi or Saturday, "dlse-loses the fact {Mssjble out of the present. It is that over 00 per cent, of the fail-; veil to remember thai the I'm.� �iov- I ures come from pupils who aiv in er will come, in this world, whon we the habit of playing on the ft reels shall have everything we want hist! after dark. For reasons too num-r-1  where and alien we want it. The ' oils to mention pupils who spend * * ' ......' * Consultation i� freo, yotikllOW only way to be happy is to enjoy *;it their owning* in this manner | J -any tilllC you call! : we;have to the uttermost as wo go lacking in the power of rourimlrni It Ik right to lay up for (id �ion. This matter in entirely within ago in youth; right lo propaiv for a (the control of the parents, liy Itmt rainy day, but it is not right to |>e.ul ing after the manner in wlrch Un� all our energies to this end und put :pupil spends his lime at home. by off until the future the happiness wo seeing that he ivtiivis nt a reason might enjoy every day. It is very table hour, and that he comes �o (ommnn lo kw t*eople working and >school with Ids mind in a condition saving, denying themselves all roer.w , lavorable to receive instruction, ilv Hon and many comforts, to lay up' paivnts' assistance will le of incul - J Jo*>" McSweyn, police magistrate (95.00 lirctt'AIlP. any time y No ehargo for anything but tho gUme*. 0 Lost - Hay hors (inouo^raiii) left hip. SON, Medicine lint. branded V8 .J. K. IIOW- I Armstrong JDWEUR OPTICIAN. Agent for money to buv more land, to enlarge onlable value to tho child.0 at Lindsey, Out., d5ed suddenly.  ENOBAVER ;