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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta f II. L. Stephens Matt Rockendorf When you come to the Metropolis stay at the iPalace Hotel*- �,-_-^1 MNMJNG REVERIES NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers 1 $1.00 per day | CHANHKOOK. Opposite .P.R. Depot Stephens * nockciulorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta KEAN'S To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS. Etc. THE FINEST gi*ALTTV YAKIMA FRUIT Leave your onlers for prt-serving Candies - Cigars lee Cream, ete. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O. 'Phoue 1)8  Gluzing Gmiiiiiig W. M. BARBER Painter and Decorator Cjirringfi Painting a sj^'ciaity Kaisoinining Paiierhanging ^ TOWN LOTS (Fioni the Herulil.) MRiia((i' Uuliiiiigf, of tlif l{t>-l;iiisi)n-Alcivfij/.ie k:i>iii|>uji,v. huH ivliiriiu'l lioiu 11 trip to UoU Ut-ur, Mbctix liast Motiilay Iho KiiiilierUo' Ir.iin na.M tlL't'ii'lijil .lust at)ovt' ihc Miii'iS villo jiiiictkin liiil I'urliiiuilcly im i ii..-witM , iiijiiml and iin \>s iaili:aU limn as an.v. Tiiis power can lio l>rs v's-,ting friciifts. 'l"hoie is not a nia;i who left Cranhrook that can coiii!-hack and get a more royal w:i per. l-'vervi one who knows Mutt will continue to wish him i/icreased prosrieritv, for there is no ninn more ileservinjf. 11 r N r S \IIA ,K S C llOOL ri{jne lo ivlate the disappointments that have httpfien the slights endured, or the oU'en-si-s given. 'I'lu'se tir.; enou.ifh to coiin-teruct the eflfeet of all good things the nioKt generous nncJ sfcilfid hone wife can plan.' upon her table. ki>*iti tliorus aiv lurking waf, wettry hours nia.v lie choerotl life refreshed and sanctified; (From the Iforald'.s Corivsponilent.) The jteople of thi's iji�lric-t are very (juiet Just now, every one is ciuielly engaged minding their own busines.s, u.'i .\ 01 we are not Iroubletl with that public iiui.sanc(! call�?d gosr^ip. He iinngine the district at large is wailing for orders to go uhi-ail with the tion .s*'gnt .\ent the sumiiuM' in n.r., has relurncd and is putting up a house which he bi'ought with him, we believe it will look line ivhen linished, .\rthiir Hunt and son. IVrcy: Thus, and l{oy Wright and Thos. Wymaii, are av.ay lo the Porcupine Hills iiu' liiiiiber. We understand liimlier e? m �^ceiil deal rhenpei- there than in I wlhbridg?. .\t Ihe present lime l)ie e.xorbitant prices asked for lumber, places it alniosl nut of Ihe reach of the man ; of limited moans. Is there no rein- ^ i.'d.v for this state of affnirs. Mrs. Sarah A. SIct.'aughey, whose hiisliand dii-d in ihe hnspitttl at Lethbriilge. has left the district for her former home in the east. Wh.v has a bosl and his shoes in the middle of the "ooin? He can learn orderliness .iust as .veil as his sister if he t>egins in 'iin.!. Sow is the time to lx.'gin. If the boy is to Ik-a "liitle gent.'e-man" when �wa.v frc>rii home, .^e must )je taught and not by precept alone, but as well by example, he is at home. Atid the influence of the e.\.ample oi the father upon the .son. and of tliu mother upon the dauitfliler, will lie inucli more potent thnn any ninoiinl of advice or arty rules of etiipiette. The misguided people who n.sr.'r; Ihul marriage as an iiisliliiiioM i i a failure are generally gn/.ing  li-o.iuii spectacles blurred b.v tln-irowu tiiis I takes. 'I'hev- have made a 'ailure haps ami it nia.'' hi> l>ecau-^e s.'.iisii-' ness. There are a thousand hajei � I hearthstones to one that l.^ culil ;iiiil i dieerle.ss-a thoOKand prizes lo � Iil-I blank, and vve usually hoir riuiv : about prizes than blanks. V�> I is not a failure. Some 'cimide. ; : are. thiit and while tired and almost ready to .'ink j by the \i-.vyside and r.o further (,o. .\ plain caskot. and'no flowers, i:':i ed )>e. \\%\\ be all Ihe l>ody v.il; nie.l after the soul has taken lli.fbt to otlK>r worlds than this. but. oli. (V! the lif�'.^' .ve.i'-i.' I'laiil .ye a rose that It may �^iciiie.ly bloom over the living. Ke'^n ". i">t for the dead, where it inu-it M.) ni bowvd and silently a�ed. fclARTllQl AKE DID NOT I'lIASi: THK CONCHETK ULOCK. The following from the Kngiiieering ; Xews of dune lOOtl, will be of inler-' c'-it to local jieople, who have i r 'are Kbout lo use concrete blocks. The Ideal Concrete Machiia?ry ("oia-! pan.v of .South Ilend, Inil., is in !e-icoijft of "The lliiilder' ami C'onlrac-itor,�� publi.shi.-d at l^js .\ng,;les, I'til. ; This paper, under date of May :i, has Ihe f>rutiiig block machiiie.s ,lo givo it the widest publicity. )i is Ian adtlefl feature to the iiian.\' ol -j read.v in the cap of hollow concrete block construction. ".\ remarkable I'act. .says th^.^ ()ak-j land Indiistil.al .News, in connection I with one of the moiv more tvcifil ; methods of construction-that of .js-i ing hollow ariincial building blocks- lis that Ihe laigfst building of this It is pi'ty not true that i'.ic.:,j.>- ; character 'tu .Vlameda t'ount.v ".us "manneis' are less court .) is i , w j nbsolulely uninjunnl than formerly; but it must lie ad- quake. We refer lo the four-story new tm of We are nowpreparetUto otTer for sale btitinesi and residuooe lot* in the New Town of Warner on the Alberta Railway, 39 mile* south of Lethbriilge. This is the most promUing new town .in Southern Alberta. It is the centre of a large area of fertile agri-cultural laniU. The topography of the country on either aide along the railroad makes it the most accesible buaineaa centre. It will control absolutely the trade of a very large territory. 100,000 acres of lauil tributary to Warner hare been sold thia annimer'to over 400 American farmers, a large number of wh et room great deal of impiovem-le . ; Ilros.. M.VCI.KfiD. Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real. Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CIIUUCH. Sunday Sorvicus:- Low ma.ss, S.ao a. m.; high .uass, 11.00; vespers, 7.:>0 p. in. Daily Service*:- Mass ti.ao a.m. Father Van Tighem. ST. AL'ai.SrjXES CHUUCH. (.Anglican.) Rev. .r- S. Chivers, A.K.C, Itecl.r. I{ev. David .(ones, 11. A., Assi.s'la.it Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at .'i.OO p. in. Evensong at ".:50. Celebration of Holy Communion-~ lat Siindaj' in the nioii'tii, 8 a. ni. (Plain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 3ixl Sunday atter Matins. Other Sun- day.^i at 8.ao a.m. , Daily Matins and Evensong at il.S'i a.m. and 7.�0 p. m. fVnim the Oazotte.) .\n accident which might la .e en;! ed in fatal results occurred abiuil fi\e o'clock on MoiMla.\' tiiii-ii> :. HolMjrl, the youngest son )k l 'ai'e at the site of the Hudson's Imv C pan.v iieu' store building it 1 I i'l'.o' i: iMonda.\' morning when i!'or;. i. t' , young riaiighter of Mr. '.' D '1 llecher. the Com|iany"s iiiiina.ni-r Muclood. perfornied the cereuioi.y V)f Iti.ving the corner .sto^^e ii I'l.' ,ir.-.s-ence of a large audieu'-e consist ii.g priiiCipaHv of Ihe business men and citi/ens of th(! town and d!sM;or. The refusal of Manager Hill to negotiate Oi- deal with-the Miners' I'li-on .goes to show llMt he is not nii.xlniis to stai't up his properly ,t)r .some lime to come. From the cir-cul.ir i.sKiied b.y this rompan.v it is shown Ih.al the Hillcrest mine is a This ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicoL, Geuoral Manager, Lethbriilge, Alta. Old atand-Round Street fi.r tt ; pa|>er bo.x factory of Wempe 5.';a-.-iftt Fifth and Kdeline stiwts. ; how, somowhore. there nas cr.-i t jn-'��structure has probably a larger per-Ito (lopulttr acceptance liie .i-i Hat | centage of uindow o|KUiings than 1 with nwirriiige, or at least with ihc , an.v building of Its cla.ss in the state waning of the honeymoon, ih; "Siv- i 'ycing designed esjiecially with a vii'w 1 Jfow occupy Adams Lumber Co. ]or ilays" are over, and iho k.ii'l'i is j to an'ording ample liglil to sill pnii.s ! genllene.ss. and attent'.on v. it'ch us i af the building, rhero is a ehiiich i --......---------^------^--......----------- fisted during the courlship h.is n- on Waller stroet, San Francisco, near i _ Golden date Park, built of buildi:.g j'l�X8rrrriS)(a�^^ block*, which also stood without i U\ny iipparetvl damage. " j l';ver.\- inebriate you see staggering longer a place in the domesi 'c in on oiiiy of the wedded pair. along the road or street, you kn . v Ci'- Sboops Hestorative would do is going to make somo woman's I .o j'or them, I>ysD-psia wouhl prac-miserable. .Some wife or moll-e.r tically be a disease of the pa-st. Dr. or helpless children are to beat il,e j Shoop's Kestorative reaches stomach mercy of a madman. You �smile ;U ; troublt-s by its diretrt tonic hi.s antitsr without pity for her w j'i|�on is to Ije the agonized suft'eror. ?m>i TELEPHONE NO. 1 action the ir.Ride nerves-the true stomach nerves. Stomach distress losing pro|(n.slt.ion. but the apparent - - - - �'-.....--------- ; ......f,,ii,,e� Kinotimr h.>leli give �i thought, of what,.you might i \veakne�.s ftillne.ss bloating, beU^^ do to help her in her friendles.s, i effort lo fix the iv.sponsibility this unfortunate state of affairs lir- on the ^fillers' Fnion will result iust as big a failure as the mine shown to be. TNDI \ NS AUUKSTF.D. I-'or .Vltempling to Di-iraud Customs Hy IJringing Hor.ses .Vcross the Uoiindnrw homel,esM condition-for the wife drunkard, rich or poor, living in 'gilded halls, or squalid hut, has no home. The lender asuocia-tions that cluster uroumi that sacred name do not include liavo in tiie fall of I'.Xi". The regular Friday' nig'ht tlamv was all that the most peaee i'"-couUl wish. Everything went al -most as sniioolhly as a ".Marriage nell." l-ast Sunday W. W. Cooper of I{ay-mond occupied a portion of the ^imo at ibe I.. D. S. Church. Uishop It .V. Vanornitui ami Elder tJeo. Quhell Sunday School and Bible Class p. m. Pra.yer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p.m. ISpivoi'lh League, FridB.ys, �t a.Wt p.m. llev. KNOX UHUllCH. (Presbyterian.) A. M. Ciordon, Miivistcr. SuiKla.v Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.80 p. re. Sunday School at 3.00 p. in. J�i-�ycr Meeting every Wednesday �\ietiing at S.OCk o'clock. BAPTI.ST TABEHNACI,E, llcc. C. Padley, Pastor. Siiirdny Services atllOO a. m. au'l 7.30 p. m. Siinilay School at 3.00 p. ni. Pr�.ver meeting - Wednesday evening t S.Oa o'clock. Seivifig Circle Wodtio.sday afternoon t 3.00 o'clock. Wissionor.v miwiings l.st and 3ril Fridays in month. inleresiing service was hold at the Presbyterian Church. The IJev. .1. 1{. .Munro presi^ling. The work at the Dig Talier mine is l(*ing pushed under the nwiivagc! � iiieii'l of .Mr. Di.Yon, recently from reimsylvania, where he was Sunt, nf the l(irt>i'st coal mine in Die In-, iled Slates. The carpenters of 'lalier fiiml pl.-ii-ly of work to do. 'Tis said that "idleness is the Devil's workshop." If that is so, his Salaiiic Maiest.\' has gone out of business here. TJ'e weather is delightful and hum of the threslier coniiliiine*! the Iiumorous .jokes of the hands fill the air. It ifi now elieve there is much in this deparlment that would do thi-m in a couple of In-1 good, and we are glad lo Icnow that of I lying to smug-  some give ihem a reading. iVe wriie particularly in the interesfts of our wives, our mothers and daughters, (with an occasional hint for fathers and sons) and we have received the testimony of many, that the.v have been greatly- encouraged l.vv what Ihey ha\e found in this department, and so we ftvl our labor is no! entirely in vain, but aiv en-courui;ean,v with .Messrs. Druder ami StalTord brought dians on a charge glc in horses from Montana. The Indians were accoinjMniod b.v three .sfpia�.-i iind wi pa|>oose and had al -li>getl'er si.xteen hea case, which up to the tiine iif-going loipress has not b(�en coiiclitdeeai's quile truthful:-While fishing in the Le -iiigii Uiver, near White Haven, Pat Ick Tullcy, a lA>high Valley comluc-IDI- hooked a catl'ish which he could not land. .-VfKir applying all th(> mv'lhods known lo scieirtific anglers, he was about lo give up in despair the .sanctuary of all virtues, ihe all perfect r|itUlilies of i head. It is because women are so much liciter than 1 i' .ceai's ago, in l.eeds i' n.ut.v ' ami when a young man he w-as ituir-ried there. Soon after his .iiarriaiie ho moved west, and bought ; nd 1 cloar.'d a farm on the gravel road, ' Harwich, a mile north of DIenhc-lm. I For a niinilier of .vears he drove the stage between Moi-|>etli an�l Chat-^ dam. He sold his fnrnv heiv and rrio�'ed lo .�\ldboi-o town.ship, he lived for .several .xears anil con I  ['. W., of which the deceuswl was a iiieinber, were in charge at the grave PAl.V FIlOU A lU'KN PROMPTLY i{ELIE\'ED BY CIlA.MIIEIt-I.AIN S PAIX HALM. A little child of Michael Stjtaiws, of Vornon, Conn., was recently in gn>itt pain from a burn on the hand [J^ and as cold appUcations only in I KOOTENAY j 'marble I works SKackletoii Simpson k Co. Manufacturers of Marble und (irunitc MONUMKNTS Wholesale and lU'tail when another fi.sherman proffei-od as-} the soul away on wings of fire. \ i creased the inrtammation. Mr ,  si.staiR-e. He said there was only one j )ove that lis greater than power thing to do-wade the stream .ii:'l spear the (ish, Tllll.^' wadtil forth, expecting to encounter .a ttiby whale.' To his surprise ho found his lino entered the Iniiighote of a beer keg thr. i. lay in live feet of water. The iliog was dragged ashore villi much d.f-ficult.v and was found lo contain a four-pound calfi.sh. Us |-elea;-ie re-(|uirerl the destruction of the Keg. sweeter than flea th." life and stronger than Foil THE LI VINO. If our friends have caskets st iierfumo of love uml kindi^'..^i whicli tlie.\' intend lo unseal wlien this �. hand is stillwl in death, while tin I'hir tish evidently had made its j swoet to Ihink that a rose may i" [ by way iu the keg and eventually grew t piiintplicat ion , j drew out the inllamiiialion and rave I , immediate relief. 1 have used this  liniment myself and recommend it > Vfiy often for cuts, burns, straii'is and lame back, and hav� ncvor | known it lo disappoint.". For sale All Druggists. : NELSON,B.C.:  B.C. MOORK.Local Agt  Draying and Team Work hole. How no'story. it procure