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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �. L. StCFbcm Mall RMkci4�ri IWhen you come to tho Metropolis stay at ths Palace Hotel $1.00 per day opposite .P.R. Depot Stephens * Bockendorf Propriefcora Calgary, Alberta If mm NEWS OF THIS RECKON Taken From Southern Alberta Papers CLAUBSHOLM. KEAN'S To Arrive ThU Week REACHES PEAKS PLUMS CRABS. Etc. THE FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FRUIT eave yowr rnden for preserving Candies - Cigars lee Cream, ete. (From the Iteview.) A qiiicV wedding took place Ust Sunctay ovoning at,8.30 p.m. at iha hoiiie ot Mr. ami Mr*. O. M. Bighy. The MftitnlctiBff partim wbra i:iaa Sophia EloberK, ami Mr. Harry Uav-is. Bcv. a. W. ttigby ofticiatcd. Mr. Schiev'c Hold thefiiiit load of new wheat this jnar on WeditiiHlay to tho Pac.lic ['.levator Comriiiby here; price, 54 ccntH.' I'hc Nanipio was excellent and the yield good. Several ioaSTON. CAT�OUC CHUUCH. Sunday Services.- Low mass, H.SIO a. ni.; )ii(fh niA-JS, 11.00; vospara, 7.30 ji. m. Daily Services:- Mass a.30 a.m. Father Van Tighem. sr. AuausriNE's cHuncH. (.Inglican.) Rev. J. S. Chivers, A.K.C., llectar. Bev. David Jones, 11. A.,';�la;>t Matins at XI.00 a. m. auBday School at a.OO p. m. EvouEong at 7.U0, Celo'&ralioD ot Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in the month, 8 a. nv. (Plain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) Sixt Sunday aftr Matins, Other Sundays at a.m. Daily Matins and Evensong at 0.3'^ a.m. and 7.30 p. ni. ST. MAItYS MISSIOV. (iVo. 3.) Bui.daj' School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. (From the Star.) It is reported that tlie A. It, .\nd t. Company wilt put on a dajly tmin on the south line. What's the matter with a daily between Leth-I>riri8� and C!a'rdston. Our Loth-briiigo friends should interest themselves in tho matter for it would ntean much to them as It does to us and, in fact, all the towns along the line. Tho trade ia steadily incrcas -ing and the company seem to be taxc'..'s ni,'.! '. 11 .i-^' a porter at the end .t ov mv (i.v>,..ii. it is no reason why he >�'. �hi1 >, t be i>crmitted to ride in lU-an mr and have cool water to dj-ink v he is thirsty. Common decency would demand better treatment in this .'n-siiect, and there are a lot of mighty good people in Canada'who cannot allord to pay luxurious prices for travelling. One good placo to com-mciiiw a reform in- this way would be right on the Crow. Cecil Ifcnry Prest, city clerk of Cninltrook, who has been spendini; his vacation in the east, rcturnect home on Suniluy and surprised his nsany Irlends by bringing home a most charming bride. On Tuesday, August 2l!it, atXorih Bo.v, Mr. Prest was' united in mor -riage to Miss May Milne, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Milne, of North Ilfiy A MESSAGE TO CANADA, Winston ChMrchill Urges HoiuHlyjicu in New. OoveriMiieirt. CV WABMAN'S DESCRIPTION. Toronto. S�pt. 6.-Hanmr greenwood, M.P., read tonight at u l.iui-qiiet given him '>y MicrJal govcni -mcnt to Canada. It was dated lite 20th August, 1906, from the Colonial offlcc. Downing street, Ix>ndon, England, and says: "My dear Qrecnwood: I am ver.y glad indeed that you arc going to spend the autumn recess in Cun-iJa. In your double position as of Canadian blood and bone and as the rcprcscntati\-e of a famous English city, you may find some opimrtunit-ics of helping forward the measured but irrsHis^iblc march of imporiul consoliclatioii. Your own gifts iiui your work at the colonial olllce will enable you to turn these opiiortun -ities to gornk account. For the twenty years the conservative party in England has Ijeen inseparably e.s-soclatcd with the symljols and up-paratiiN of Imperial adininistralion. "Tlie British gowrniiMnt has for so long - Implietl 'the coDservutivu party' that the terms had Ixjcome almost synonymous. Caniidinn iini) Australian statesmen have been aiv cuatomed to deal only with one set of British politician.*! and alilso hy ihcir detachment from our party controversies und b.\' tlioir lo.v- (>f tlie Flying Tri|� of the Overseas �'l.iiiiiicd. (Calgary llenilO,) Cy, Witrniiiii, liio �iithi�f unit iV.�!. Avitt a capitalist of ''i.ti-nc. .ire looping the Calgary-Edmonton loop, in search of stories and 25,000 acro.s o( lawd. They left for the north r, Ings touched me on the arm and said: " 'Hark! hear theui going in the maples,' "We haricened and heard them coming u|> from the Lakes. " 'Arise, my lord,' said the doctor, 'cut out the coffee and grabyour grip, for this is the day of the Tiig Wind, and it's blowing west.' "As we reached the platform the nrst 'tlverseas Limited' swept i,i t nd stopped for a fresh lonoino:ut u mile a minute. Another -Icilt ..I'.ii �o wore at Brandon. Hera w p'rked up a fresh engine and .i.,L Kciil y, the smooth superintcnri."it H,re smooth track and wo r-in-iud view before ),be peop'j ki.-w we wore coming. ".\ftcr Broadview ii  tii.'in. ly i' new town Of r We nro nowpreparetl to oifcr for sale bnsinesi and riiiiduiitie;^' lots in the New Town of Warner ontheAfbertaRaUway, - winter. He was starving to death on donations of catfish, 'possum and a huitdred dollar salary. Finally he made up Jtis mind to go waj'. With wet eyes be stootl up In the prayer meeting to bid goodbye to his weeping congregation. "Brothers and sisters." he said, wiping his cyc�i on his red bandann handkerchief. "I've callM you to-geihcr tonight to say farewell. The Lord has called mc to ano>thcr place, don't think the lyord lovos this people much, for none o( you seem M die. He doesn't seem to want OH. And you don't seem to love each other, for I never nwrriwl any or you. And I don't think yon love me, for you don't pay ine my sal-arj'.^jind your donations arc fruit and wonnv apples. 'H.v their fruHs ye shall know them," "And now, brothers and sisters. I am going to a better place. I've tieen appulnteil chaplain to the ponitentiar}' at Joliet. 'Wbere T go .ye cannot come, hirt T go to propan Ja place for you." have come insensibly to rcganl a particular poKtical party as having an especial claim upon their con -fldence. In great measure, and certainly until the last few .vears, that confidence has been worthily repaid and the long period of conservative prvdominance lias s.vnchrnnimi with aiid generously aided the growth of the imperial idea. At the last ,-?en-eral election a gv6ixt change was wrought in the fjwlanco of British political parties and i�i llie dis-positicm of political power. "'i'he consequences of that change are likely to govern tour alTairs for a long linns to come. 1 do not e.xam- I ine the advantages of that change' nor do I wish to minimize its importance. --It involves a considerable alteration in political )>rineiples and in the points of view and modes of thought of public men and in tlii> character of domestic legislutiuti What you must try to do as far as may Ke in your power isto convinci* your friends and kinsfolk in Cana oldest things in modern history that there should be any question^ of this point. It is to lil>eral social principles, carried in some ways to far more logical extremes than in this old country, that Canada and Australia and New Zealand ascrilic no Kttle share in thir progress and pro.sperity. It is upon lilwral prin -ciplcs of tolerance und trust (n racial nmttcrs, of /('cr.>d iiii> i,>''(li>: i', His name was X'.xn. "T remember ,iie C*�'�, cattle on a thousami hills and .some in the �alloy, gay diners, a goocrlun believes that the census of 11)11 will show more than one-third of tho people of Canada to bo west of the Circat Lakes, and that by 1916 the West will have an absolute nmjority of the population. This means that the l'ilumbiu, the populotion is not far short of 250.000, These figures give a total population to the Western Provinces of 1,100,000, und the calculation probjil)Iy will pro\"o to bo fairly accurate. TheHotel Windsor H. S. MIBBACH, Proprietor Every atteiitiou given the travelling public ' Peed Stable in connection Telephone 47 Landseekcrs' and Rancher's Readqusrtere RA-TES, $i.OO PER DAV FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [hotel Dallas; WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FUJENDS SPINAL CORD OP A DOO, WA.S A VERY .SICK TiOY. Being Csed in Effort to Save oi Engineer Olover. Life But Cured hy Chnmlierluiii's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea liemody. Medicine Hat, Alia., Sept. 7; -A , very difficult operation was p'^riorm- When my hoy was two years old ed on engineer Glover jnwturdiy tif- he had a very sevei-e nttuck of dowel complaint, but hy Ihe use c f Chamlierlain's Colic, ClioliM'a ani Diarrhoea Remrcb', wc brought him nut all right." says Maggie Hickox. of Midland, Mich. This remedy can lie depended upon in the most snvdro cases. Even choleea infantum Is cured by it. Follow the plain printid directions and a curt! is certain. For sale by .\ll Druggists. iernoon, in the Medicine Hat bos pital by Dr. C. F.* Smith, ttrs'sted hy Dr. C. E Smyth and Dr. Woo ! lands. In the head-on collision li-^t e e ^e : KOOTENAY �MARBLE 1 WORKS  Shackleton  Simpson & Co. I Z- .||| ��� e 5 Uanutacturers of 2 MarMeand arunitu i Wholesuleantl Retail :NELSON,B.C.i  �  e B.C. MOORE.Local Agt * MONUMHNTS day iMght, Rlover's back was hn I., en and the sfiinal cord nmuglod, o hope of his recowry could le c-!.,(.'r-tained unli>ss the cord could Ix! rr-jplaciMl, ' This nporutioii was iindL>rt,'vi.-'>ii ; yostmlrt.v, tho spinal coni nf :. iKig Cranbrook ITemld: There aw a . hoing useil to take the place of the lot of papers that aro amusing th>*in 'original one for about an inch, .selves these da.vs by roasting "Old Thi> rase is being watched with rx Man" Simpson. And yet tho "Old treme interest by medical practit-Man'- never slept bettor. j loners. Drayiiig and Team Work All kinds o{ Draying and Team Work given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay and Oats for sale A. BRUCHET I When You're Getting ClflSieB^ | Get them right. Ha^'e them'^ fitted as they should be. Have   ad when you { I � > like, where you like, and; ee':^ ' 1 I much as you like, and you'll I | : I not need to turner twiit the"* * ' book:, looking for eye oomfort.'^j j , Not an eye pain or an ache.,, � I No closing of eyes for regtf \ , while reading, no lieadachee',;^ ) ;?  no inconvenience at all. ^.To-'^l ilay would be a good time tajj conmieuce to have; vour':;eyee'; lookeil after. - ,' r Consultation it freeiiyonknow, -any time you call. , ^ No. charge/for>anything but; * the glasaea.  - � �..�<�'^v iVf. J. Armstrong  JEWELER ENOR A VER < I OPTlCiAN. i  Agent lor BELL PIANOS L'y'J m ;