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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Rambling Reveries it V D R E A HER STERLING ADVICE t'o great extent celibacy o fottag men is -owing to the way ia girls are brought up mistaken mothers of ton themselves do what they ought theJr daughters do. 'ittich housekeeping on fixed plan, and they will. then leara chair history, and mu -sic ill the better. It is natural and rigfct a mother should wish to see kar daughter well- educated and -ev.au highly accomplished; and It is a that good and careful educa- tion should unfit a girl for the home Jy dmtiac of cooJcing, dusting' And gen tioufkiwork. On the contrary tkose duties would be better mothers would atjthe same time that they seek talented Instructors their daughters, import to them of their own culinary taloat, there would be more good wives an.d Little girls should be taught as early as possible, to per- form simple household duties neatly; -iimd mtt they grow older, let them be- -conae gradually acquainted with the theory of housekeeping ia such a manner that, when thoy are married, they will be able to adapt themselves thoir circumstances and be useful ;ia well as pleasing companions to kasbands. THE FATHER'S DTKDV ultimate a'mother's importance a JMT family as high as any one can we do not believe she mon- opolizes all the qualities needed in ..the' great work of training up human boiage. Her familiarity with her -children, places her in 'some respects, jit a disadvantage for the je-aercise of authority. The wise fath- er will not indeed take the reins of family government from bis wife; will make his children feel -and. know that her geatle sway is by a firm and steady hand -that their mother's tender liaaxt stands a cool judgment, and a will stronger even than their own, -stud that they cannot impose upon. tha or resist the fcther. But if lie would be truly the father of his a'amily.he must not be a stranger to them. It will answer no purpose for .iiim to come in once in a while to :raeet some great emergency, and -awe rebellion by hard authority, He must be the companion, the friend of his children. Strong: natur- -iil love must be .the basis of all ben- discipline. But this is also, had almost said, equally necessa- ry for the father himself. Nothing keeps the heart so fresh, and young, jsavee it from bitterness and corro- sion through the cares and conflicts jiud bitterness of life, as the daily of a happy home: A man buainess, or a scholar, who thus -allows himself time for relaxation, iind for the play of the domestic af- fections, will in tho course of years Side Lights CUPID THE REGISTER The conductor was stoog- ing a kits from his best girt, "Now, that's not she laugh- ed, with a pretty blush. he i-etorted quickly, "It is only half fao. Here is aocth- er to it a whole fare." Aud he r'juf up another. SPENT A YEAR IN A TRAIN Commercial Wini Mtvsl h f CANADA AT A GLANCE] I ____ J BRITISH COLUMBIA London, Eng., April Salt- burg conies story of an extraordin- ary bet made by a commercial travel- Hall Placer mining is active on Creek in the Lardeau. A school for training actors is to AN ANSWER IN PREPARATION A commercial traveller tells an am- usiuf, experience which happened to him in the interior of Pennsylvania. The traveller landed in a village and Bought the only hotel in the a building not much larger than the average dwelling. He stepped on the porch, but hearing voices raised in anger, he paused at, the door. Ap- parently theft? was a quarrel in pro- gress, and as the excitement shoved rib Indication of diminishing the tra- veller knocked loudly at the door. he cried. "Who's the proprietor of this "Jest ye stay whar ye eame in leminine tones from the house. me is decidiri.' thot p'int Judge. HEARTLESS MEN. (Elko correspondent of Cranbrook They are having swell times in Win. nipeg every Sunday. One woman, says she is going to stop smoking on. the streets and in all public places. We could help her a whole lot if she'd only come to Elko. I don't believe there's a gosh, darned man in the- burjj would give her a light. DON'T! Don't go to rushin' with the.rake To rake the leaves from lawn and beet; That wftrm spring feelin'a "just a fake 'Twill freeze tonight and kill things dwid. Don't 1st your furnace fire go out. Don't shake your flannels, for I bet You'll'.see I know what I'm about. For "'gen-tie spring" she ain't Here ler resident in that city, which he be established at JNansup. just won, says the Vienna corres- f The big game license fee in B. C. is pondent of the "Telegraph." to be raised from to 1100. The traveller, who spent eighteen Several hundred houses are being months in New York on business made built in Vancouver and its suburbs the acquaintance of a well known In the Okanagan this the American sportsman. The question emment will d arose in the course of conversation r a call to Rev. A. Burch, Orange- ville. Alex. McCallum, for 25 years lore- man in the G.T.B. shops at Hamilton is dead. Jonas Tarbush, one of the pioneers of Simcoe dead at Angus, aged 93. Mayor Stewart, Hamilton, is strong- ly in favor of the city buying the street railway. Hon. J. E. Stratton denies he will be a candidate in East Peterboro lor the Commons. The license lee of imposed by how long a man could stand contin- uous travelling in a railway carriage. roads. A dog race for 400 miles is to take lace in the Yukon The purse ia The traveller bet that he could re- P main a whole year in a train, going up and down the same distance. The The late Judge Walkem left a lor- American bet he could not hold tune of to hia daughter, Mrs. out so long. Langley. The traveller undertook .that from The Kaiser hotel, one of the land- midnight on December SI, 1906, he Quarks of the Bowery in Trail, has would travel continuously from Vien- been torn down. na to Linz, Salzburg and Innsbruck, The development of the mines in Collingwood has been Justice Britton. quashed by QUEBEC Montreal hat a rumor that Ru- dolphe Forget, M. P., will retire from politics. going and returning. Sheep Creek valley will be very active The traveller entered an express during the summer. train, and throughout 1907 he dined, P-D. MacDonald will build a slept and dressed on board His' only hotel oposite the Great Northern sta- pauses were while waiting for the tion in Grand Forks. next train at one ol the above men- Every day a car of blister copper is tioned stations. At Salzburg his wife shipped from. Grand Forks to the re- used to wait for him. finery in Newy Jersey. He exchanged a few hasty words A with her and then returned to his' mountaina this man trappers are ia carnage. Towards the end of his long have been fairy STlccessfui. season, and many and monotonous task he was seized with influenza, which threatened to make him lose his monevj but his con- stitution enabled him to -hold out, Thos, Kiddle, manager of the smelt- er at Northport, thinks that copper will be at least 15 .cents before June. and some he received the' James Mclntyre of Quatsino, killed amount deposited. His health, with 93 timber wolves this winter for which the exception of a slight nervous, the government paid him TRAMPED DAYS WITHOUT FOOD Frank Citizen Has a Strenuous Time Prospecting a Railroad shock is good. yet. His LUNATIC LAUDS BRYAN Eloquent Address Holds Convention Enthralled Iowa Mount Pleasant, Ia., April the Henry County Democratic conven- has returned to Moyie. The Leader says he once had diamonds worth thousands of dollars. The owners of the Callam, wrecked on the coast four years ago, have to pay for the registered mail lost at that time. The V., V. and E. has completed everything for'five'miles beyond Ker- UUC iiCiliT tVilVCU- -Jl T_- J j i emeos, and is rapidly pushing on to tion was in session Monday, a strang- er, digrufied and impressive, slowly j rose from the throng in the gallery year the Canada Life Assur- Record-Herald. Led asked permission to speak. Mys-! surance ComPanv will build a accomplished more, with less wear of mind and body, than one has been all the tiros on the .stretch, seeking to catch the nearest