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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STOKE or QUALITY.' vie's ^'Boyal Household" Flour . as milled by a process controlled by themselvet, iomriog ahto>' lute purity. Cannot be equalled fdr,bread or pastqr; Sold in 98 lb., 49 lb/and 24 lb. saoka- Ndsott 0^ (Successors to Sherlock, Freeman A CJoi), llGOsaiP ON THE SIDE �r iki Tatifer m MeatSjPoultry and Gamef TTnsnrpnsaed in excellence. We supiJy the beat the i market affords. Oive nai�� trial. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 EASTER TRB\T ' that is most healthful ai d delicians at this seaton of the jajr ia dar choice sarHaparilla, ginger baer, lei^n soda, lemon sour ana Ironbrew well'aa our carbonated waters in siphotta. These tempting beverages sHoald 'ht kept in the: house:at aU^tiineai aa^tbiey are always appreciated by oaUer^or guest, aa well as by all menbeni.>of the family. Lethbridge Brewing |i Malting Corriipanj, t|l. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHPRIPGE STOP AT TW1� WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord HamessL Straps, etc., alwayt oa hand.i We can guarantee yon complete fMitiaCaotion. out Oami-lUanltiy artiaU in ar-MUSlBS; the ttouqiict of: Uat week, ngXacted puttiug theteg upon one ottiW'iwMt lurUUant flowers. It was Ittaf! iuumirgrowa,. but caaw (rotn Mr. tclMtfHUi!� old JiartBer in> the Leth-tiriditaiknUit.,jr. B. Simpsoa or the Ctoattrook ilumia. Tltarr i� a fellow up in central XU tiartia syinawhwa who is out with; a .cjireatttir loiter, to ttte- citM�ns ol AN iiertAi caniQc;! Upon thanit to drop' party out of provincial government a0aini. "Hie people of Alberta very Beiirl^- obUteratod jgart.v. Uncf* at the election. Itirt ihis man wanta to have no "parties, that people should be independent of both parties. The llMury or gpvenunent pru-ves that iMsre is uo.bettaK-system than party ipvernitient, cwp/;tiiouKb, at times, it jnmia honoy-�aiiiti�l with evils. What puliticN want is independence within the party, not without. A nuin who stands nowhere for nothing can do no gootfl Or om-Who., stniMiN one place fur one thing and another for another thing, is hardly a safe nuin'jij^^^^^^ �>hgihh went working. Five-sixths of the water piiin|ii?d never untorcd the �tuncl-pi|>c. It ik lui'gt'.ly tiwing to the various art associations among the woman of Canada that the hotnvHpun material produced in our. own provinGcs is growing in popularity. No one who has once purchused a "dress length" of this goods fails to buy a second. The stufT we are glibly informed in the shop is aii wool or all linen frequently i�rovc� to be a.dilision and-a shoddy fruUd. But the native home spuiio are the reliable article and deserve to grow in the favor of women, {tuskin was right when hj Nuid that no machine productions cuii equal'humun; handiwork at its l>Rs(. What Must a Man Do to Win? 1. He must understand what real success means. 2. He must lie able to distinguish lictwoen momentory and lasting sue-cuas. .1. lie munt have.an end worthy of to trust to tar leadership or con-tnoi; Th�! cnuiitry iiead� men wit) strong political principles and strength of will to see to it that his Pl^rty stands by those principles. The mmi up: north is on the wrong track. i, fte must be strong of l>oily, clean of nilnd, and pure of soul. 3. lie must bo able to ninrch on though deleilt stare him in tho fate. fl. jio must rocognizc h..�Bts the same ^.Wea 1 - He-must �>e sincere-in his ef-iu: religlan he becomes Ute leadtn^Vif a ''f^',.^^ new sect. Some follow him in;j?be-j g; "j,^ ,,�,t ^ wming to ,u.t his liev-lng that all who do not fall in '.^^ with his little fancies are going j ,T ^^^^ ^^^.^ ^.^^.^^ slraighlr to helter-skelter. Great principles^ dcnuind great sacrifices at times. The trouble with many people'in politics and religion is that enthusiastically as A child does piny. 10. He must i-ccbgni/e his ability and weakness. " such is the non de plume of ait author unknown to the Tatler. How suggestive and ap -proDriatc ihe. title! Nothing, is accomplished' without daring and wliat stronger motive for daring can there bo than h9pe' We read of the "uMWaai^ :pfi dMpair:" Such courage lights to' the death, but the courage ot hope fights to the life. It is hope that has caused the skilful physic-', ioiu,. ^9 clever lawyers, the intrepid expiorar, tbe patient inventor, the poraialei^t prxtspector, and.the ambit-ioiuf aiithnr to dmn- and: do. "Hope Oaring;" A wima every one might well aasume and- a name with which .to win sueoeiis!' .There is probably nothing. iROfVy oiinoying, than to ait in oiuu�h hoar' popple, who, forgetting tiw sacred-IMS and reverence connected - with the .ptaoei consider it a place of aoc> jiai intercourse. Regardleas of the Oiness of things, regardleas of pleasure of those round; them, regardless of the disgrace they heap upon their liaiviitat; traiaingk MgardloM of their reputation (or intelligenoe.or the reverse, these brainless creatures, give iexhibilions' of conduct thai inake one bliwh to belong, to tho common hrothurhqud of mall'' I Che FRED. ROONEY. PROP. > GOOD ACCOMMObA HON FOR THetRAVELlN^ KXCCLLINT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATW RATES ,$l.RO A |LETHBRlDG|l - SLBERTA For the third time the Tatler has been Ihfs victim of the notorious Bishop Lawrence endless prayer chain. He regrets to say that tho laat- oner bore a^ one-cent stamp. Some one in i�thbridgo is supemtit ious enough to believe in such tbings and inconsistent enough to call down blessings, and cursings ui>on tho receiver's head in the oije letter. Blsh-" op I^wqeuce has repeatedly denied any connectibn with the foolish affair. Tiu) Tatler promptly hands thcae niissivcs to his "devil, " wjio ennaigns them to the flanies, whore, no doubt, thejv will; meet with their ^ originator in the sweet-byo-nnd-tiye. ,tuct. 14. He must learn how to inoi^t failure. He must be Jeurniiig new ways of doing things. 10. He must lie rcsourcoful. 17. He' hMist:icourt success, but only by fair meians. 18. Ha must be willing to learn from others. lU. He must, do luoro than ho is asked to do. 20. He must not recogni/c failure when work is at hand. 21. Ho must have confulouco in his employer and his ability. 22. He inust recognize character as the .most Viiluablc kind of credit. 23. He must, Ijc loyal to his house and under air circumstances. 21. He muKt not rccogni/e any limitations except those he | l.'ices on his work. 2.'�, He must learn to oliey Ixsforo ho dpsiri's to comnuind. 26. He must have tact by nature or learn how to acquire^ it. 27. He must nuike the interests of the house his own. 28. He must be self-reliant, but not self-willed, 89. Ho must be ambitious, but kei^p, his ambitious fret from selfish' motives.  30; He must Ije willing to suitor the fae of a broad gauge, and never have a desire to hit back, 84. He niu.st give his fellow men tho biinefit of- the doubt. 85. Ho must be; loyal to his fellow workmen and- never indulge in mud slinging. 80. He must rememlwr that many of the greatest masterpieces have Ijeeti left unfinished. 87. He must bulancc failure with hope. 88. He must recognize the importance of enthusiasm. 89. He must keep abreast nose running witlialt�)ma(� spalls of chills, and #ov�r. We Vsgaa using Chamberlain's Cmigb RcMMiy. aiding, the saniawith a doubfo doss ol Chombarli^in^s Btomach aaAJLiver Tablet*, and by its Itbsral (iso sebn comiiletaly kndck �d oat the friP" Sold All Brug-fstai-"- 43. He must value culture and the right kiiid of pleasure: 46. . He must not bank too much on his inato ability. 47. Ho must believe that honest eilorts: willl.at some time or other be rcwanied. 48. Ho must know more than the work at hand demands. 49. Hemust l)c his own most critical master. 50. He nwist accept criticism more willingly.'than praise. 5i'. He must know that .some suc-JTosses develop, through failure. 53. Ho must Ih> more willing to grunt favors than to ask them. 53. He must bo able to distin -guish between a partial success and total failure. 54". He must not Ii^'e on past stic-cesses. ' 55. He must over sot himself more dimcult tasks. � SO; He must know that his two bands have been given him so that ho can wo?k. 57. lis must understand that ov- ^ Semi-ready Tailoring is expressive. It means "almost ready-can be finished to measure in two hours." It me^ns, further, that men's clothes are made on the^ Physique Type System, which ensures^^; a correctly designed coat for every shape! of man. ^ " Semi-reatly" has attained sucK prestife amonf fmda-^ir men who dress well that it is a name to conjuK; witki:: -and buyers have to he on their guard agliaa^* clothiers who have a painful absence ci hiuiammr scruples. ^Tlit way lo know � nil i. to look for thii TriJi Mttk tMW on the inaiile pocliit of aviiy | iWll Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, - LethbrldgB "I them share Kind- 98, He must recognize that un -wiso economy is often false expenditure. 99; Ho must know the dilTerence between wiso expondituru and ex -travagaiicc.  100. He must sec success ever a-head. ihoro can be no absolute failure as long- us one loves work. IIOIISICMKX KRAD THIS. 1 httve uscrd MINARD'S LINIMENT in my .stable.s for over a year, and cotifilder it tho VERY BEST  for horse flesh 1. can got, and would strongly rfuoniincnd it to all horsemen. , . GKO. Houori. 1.ivory Stables, Quol>ec, 95 to 103 Ann Street. TENDERS WANTED; Tcnilcis for building a school house: at Kcho Uistnct, No 156S, will b� rocoived up to Wednesday, \Ua.y-lHt.-.-The lowest or any;: tei^der not necessui ilj accepted lenders to be addressed to C. .1. HUNT, Secretury-treasuror. : Lethbridge L H. FOWLER & Ca General Blackaarfthlaf and Horaesboeiagi * New buggies to order, oairriafepahlt. ing, all kinds of woodwork' iarwac- ns. windmills, fanning: niits,: cnMm i separators, grain picklers, . bla.'flb. mitb coal. I We believe In SOUTHERN ALBERTA Tl^e Land of Golden Oppo*:t,unitie8. We have soma special selected tracts of very fine land I IN THE DISTRICT also some bargaina near Stirling and Warner. Write to our General Office for information. ^-Z \ M. C. RNOWLES. Oeneral Agent 1 LAND DEPARTMENT , ^ ^ Duluth, Minnesota, U.S.A. CetWbrldfle iron mm Co., Ul Iron Casfings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns^ Sashweighte Mat AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Pipe Bar IroA Babbit Metal BOIL-ER REPAIRS OF ALL- KINTpS OOMPBTBNT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT. WHEN REQUIRED 9 ;