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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Nothing but The Best IS THE H�RALD*S MOTTO Read the Herald every week Patronize its Advertising Columns : GET YOUR : Stationery and DON� AT ITS JOB DEPARTMENT And you mill qidckly realize that the LETHBRIDGE HERALD MOTTO NOTHING M BUT # THE BEST IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT lANBUNG lEVEMES MY A IIHE.VMKII.  { I'lIK I.KiliT A'l' IIOMK. 'Till! lij^flit lit homo; hi>w Iji'ight it \Vln?n ovcninjj shadits (ii-iXiikI lis dill AnrI from tlu; lultk-c far it gleinis. To lovo, anri rest and comfort call! \Vh(>n woai-ied with the toils of Oay-. Thi! strifo for glory, golrj or fame. How sweet to seok the quiet way, U'bGi-e lo^^irig lips will lisp our name. Around the Wg'ht^at home. The liffht ni home! how still anfl sweet It peeps from yonder cottage door- I TIhj wear.v laliorer to greet- I When the rough toils of day are o'er! Sad ir-; the soul that does not know The IjlessingH that its beanrui iru-part- The cheerful hopes and joys that How, .\nd lighten up the lieavieRt heart, .Vround the light at home. There is nirthnig in the world imiro pa'thotic Ihim the iiK.iology to the old lady I.e ; looks after you. One of these day.s. when the novelly is olT, he will leave j .\ou to go alone as liost you can, ; while he seeks his sellish enjoyment ;it the club. ] He pe mimh'ul of your ; welfaio, to grow glad ut your up-' pi'onch. to bound awa.y, to do your \ i�leasiire liefore .your iwiuest is half spoken? Then with all your dignity I and aiilhoril.y give politeness. Give ' it a- niche in your household temples i ilnly then will you have the true se-; cfet of sending owt into the world really finished gentlemen and ladies. The prodigal son is generally wel-; Cornell warmly; the light gleams in \ the wimlow for him. the Ijells are ; rung and anthems of joy float 'ip-i ward on the wings of air. Hut the r light ("lies.out and the doors ai-c lock I eil .should the rrodigal I>aUgbtRr \ si ruggle homewaril through "the snow � and on. her way taller on the road, and if she /alls and dies she may lay ; v\�here she had dropped by the road-i side to be pointed to as a Horrible I rOxample. Is this as it should Ije? If'you wish your church to pro.s'fier keep it clean. See that the plank walk leading to it is sal'e and plea sant to, walk over. iJe sure to fill the stove with fuel and your uii-iis-ter with food, yive what you g've without grumbling, growling and grunting. The Lord loves a cheerful giver. The giver who worm.s and squirms and hangs onto a dime '.ill it is hot, doesn't get a particle of crwlit for what he gives. (Jive ntoney aive fuel. fjive food. (Jive labor. Give .something that is of the i..;st and what is useful when you Bi^'e,� give it and let it go. (Jive Kind words. Give help to those wca!\er and off than yourself. 5ive sunshine to ^ your brethren, your neighbor and above all to your 'tome To your wife, who is growing ress oil within your gates. Youe�n:ter \i you will step Siiilai sforij niiy of ;tHt��y..t We nianogo to k�ep of oil llie new d�si�i�!i , , grttlier the beit ptih^? on r own use and ypni*' If wc lived in ihtBsWgi^ cily in tlie land, w*, itot be iit.any �jl�w?v*9P�3 with the mannfacttt|p>li than we are now. When they get ���.^,.. new we are sore to h�frf it-amlwliat-wprtfi^jtedf a place in pnr hoWv^CMti^ Am>ur wife's "1 told you so," and ,vour liuslmnil's "That's just like a wom- fjady Camplx>ll-Bannerman, wife of (he Britisli Premier. Sir Henry Campbcll-Ilannerman, is dead. She has been an invalid for years, A radical anti-betting and ganili -ling bill, passed by the assembly of New South Wales, prohibits Ijctting in ulubs, shops or .streets and llie publication of betting new.s by new.s-popers bijforo the events.. The Calgary Milling roinpaiiy com-plotcfl the largest order for flour for the Orient that has ever been llllcil liy any company in Western Canada. The snipment consisted of ten thousand sacks. The entire shipment will go to Hong Kong. In aihlition to this one thousand .sacks were sent to .Tapan. i You must meet and conf|uer. ody draw.s the priae ot the fair where wo have a ticket, .somebody else gets the "boivutiful moss-rose tea sot valued at $ij(>." which is given away to purchosor.s of "our superior teas and coWees," and the slocks we purchased in that won- little of the machinery o;' this ' world runs to suit our own tystt?. !lt rains when we want to have a pic-:iiic. It shines when we have to set Hon. Henry IJruce, the eldest sou of Lord Aberdeen is engaged ' to marry Camillc C'lifToi-d, an American HCtress. It has been decided to appoint lion J. C McCorkill, provincial tiwasurer' of Quebec, and L. V. l)emors. Ml'. oi St. .lohns and Ilierville, to the Superior court of the province of Quebec. The contract for the new Y.M.C.A. building at Calgary has Ijecn let to Thomas l^nderwood for $5'i,00O, exclusive of the plumbing and Uke Q New Skin ' Stanfield's Uwilirinkmble 'I * fits-ftt:-, perfei.tljr from neck tov ankle. Audit fits jiwt an well:: at the end of the winter M it did at the beginniHg.^ ' StonfieM's UnshrirtkoUle nderwear �won't sliriiilc. All the stirinic iis taken out of the wool before : knitting-and the fiiiistieil gar-. inent is carefully tested before it leaves the null. 'flic .SUtifield guamiittc is ott very j^emiiiie garment. One of Lord Ilothchild's shire mai'o Guelder, broke loose in the stables at the exhibition grounds, Toronto, got into the corn crili and over ate.  .Slie died. The marc was worth �1,000. Frank Ford, forirjorly solicitor to the Ontario trearfury department, previously private .secretary to Hon. A. S. Hardy, hut latterly in the firm of Osier, aMct'iirthy & Co., das been appointetl deimty attorney general of Saskatchewan. .lames Hartnc.v, Manitoba iimiti -gration agent at Toronto, says that .oil! our tomato and cabbage nlant.s- ; �o.  . . v*' > ,, , , .. " 18,681 harvesters have gone to Man- i-l thaws and spoils the sleighinc , , ^ . � ? ,u- * * itoba from Ontario so lar this sea- when the genteel Mr. .Tones in-viti^il us to ride; it five/.es whfu the fire goes out in the furnace, and ;u| our plants are ruined, and i'. i.ilns, pouring, the first time wo w.'ur i�ur new summer silk, and that silk ',r. reduced to the condition of a iiu'ic dish rag. We have aches and paias, and 'oiogies," and "miiiies," an I dlsor-gani/iition generally, and wo'tintoul of patience, and wish we had ri'ver lieen born, but we can't help it, aii.l after all, the (nost afflicting and'hea- i and company, brew\>rs. MAIL CONmUT SKALBD TISNDEUS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will'bo �*'-'' ceived at Ottawa tmtil Xoon, iin-: Friday, the 28th of September, .I'iOft ; for the conveyance of Hia Majwi^.y's.-; Mails, on a proposed contract (jr: four j'oars, ohco per day each way,. : between the Lothbridgv Foiit ofl| i coinmcnca at the pleasure of vho'i Postmaster General. "H'l^d''* Printfid nbtices : containing U\rtlt9e'S^0lfi*|,.^ blank forms of Tender nmy b� lainnfl at the Post Offices of Leth'. ",5?; hiidso and at the office af the"Po(ityiifc^ Ollko Inspector., - %i?,K - A.W. CATRXS, . � Post Office Inspector..^, ^ ,y ; Fost Office ilnspector's Office, C^iy^kv'* pary, Aug, 17th, 1906, [ ^ ,i mm St k Watering Beservec PUBLIC NOTICE is hoi^by given that the cancelled stock watering iw^ji serves which were offered- for sale at > public auction at Calgary, 2I'igh'It4v>:th  bridge and Medicine Hat, and wer�': O'Keeie Toronto, were fined �i20 ami costs | "dl.sposcd of. will bo sold at'jirl,-' i>plying beer to their employ- � holder of diotaliuifi-r 1 for siippiyi ces. It has been their custom to give t.Hcm two or thi-oe glasses a day. Solicitor Haversoii, represent -ing the brewers' a.ssociatioii. .says IhiH will stop altogether the drinking in breweries. land at the rate of $8 per acre: pcb� vidtHl application therefore is made to the Secretary, Depar.tmoat of th� Interior, Ottawa, within 90 days': If no, applications are received ifroni^ m The rennniii Munulailiiriug Com- viest eross-l��ritiK ninn in the world | P�''.v of Paris, Oni., has iH^-n bought had rather beat on a little longer, ; "> 't Moi.tival ^, . ... . liLlweeu .-lOO.noo and Jji,'.,000,000. lu the hope .that something bet tei "_ imiy turn up. ....., , . IVter llddler the of St. Peters (' to woman, .voung and old ! in�t��t death in a wreck on should ho a part of every boys home ; Winnipeg railway near Maplelo.i, a i training. Without it he is likely lo i point almost midway between Sel-be boorish and selfish, and a rude. I liirk and I-ower Fort CJarry. I overbearing l>rolhfr anil son is in I danger of developing into an exao, one-fourth in cash'^at data o(eakership of the legislature of Cjucbec, was sworn in as Ministor of Public Works. The Hon, .1. C. McCurkill has resigned to Iwcomu a judge. Hon. A. Tessier liccamu treas uror and >Iudgo Allan! the minister of public works, took the.agriculture department, ?ar..(W IIKWARD. Lost - Buy horse, branded (monogram) loft hip.-J. B. SON, Medicine Hat, Saskatoon proposes 920,000 hospital. ;