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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHtftlDdt, ALIIAYA, WS MMOy Ardita. rThe song that made famous. We carry the Assortment of Port Wines and Sherry Wines In Lethbridge. We also have d GUESTIER'S Sauternes and Clarets in pints and quarts Warre (ft Co. Conyido Port in quart bottles only It is one of the nicest delicacies that is obtainable C 1 gnttejo WINE AND SPIRIT CO Opposite New Fire Hall J Dakota Has juit received a fine Une of IMPORTED CIGARS and a large assortment of PIPES. W. M. MURRAY Manager V. RODGERS Prop. .Kean Block, Opposite .the Post Office-Good's Old Stand Rambling Reveries BY A D R EA M E R One reason why so many -girls and boys, men and women; too, are un- interesting, is because they try so hard to be like somebody else rather than be content to remain himself or herself in life. In nature you don't see .an oak posing as a willow, or a black duck as u yellow leg, or a horse as a cow, or a lily as-a rose, or a lilac as a peony, or a. doy as a cat. Be natural .and you'll be all right. Many a girl without the slightest talent.for music is runaing a piano who should bemaking bon- nets or bread; and many a boy studying for. a .learned profession whose proper sphere is the machine shop or the mill; many a man Bpnttlujf lip C-nurC-iKS .who -OUght to be doing good "service in some insti- tution of learning, teaching or work- ing on. a farm, and many a woman 'is trying in. vain to be a leader ,of society when she should be a model housewife in her own home.. QUEER THINGS The man who talks of ing" a wife when she is working fourteen -hours a'day, including Sun- day. JEFFHTES BECLA2MS TITLE New YorlT, April J. Jeffries, "the .retired heavyweight chanipion. will announce tonight that he. has "reclaimed of weig-ht champion pugilist of. -the world, end will-be ready to defend it against all comers in ten months or. a year. ..He is convinced he will be jable to get into good fight ing condition. CAN'T PLAY WITH TECtCMSEHS Toronto, Ont., Mer "ton received a message from the Itfin- to Cup Trustees, Pv D-" Hoss, of "Ot- tawa, today giving it as the decision of the trustees that those who play for Prfgina for the Manto Cup will not be allowed to play for the Tecumsehs ior the trophy this season. This '.may prevent Merton going with Re-4 We shall be pleased to for prompt delivery :of Hardwood In sacks, 'It is economical and clean, the best for kindling and .hurry up ccxskiBg. B0YD CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lid el tte Wlrod nl M f iNMnterU. FROM Am EACH TERMS One-third oteh, ome-thiid 6 montb-. balanot 12 months Interest 6 per cent, per annum The man who thinks his wife exists for the comfort and convenience of his mother and sisters. The man who provides himself with a family and trusts providence to provide the family with a home and something to eat. -T The man who thinks that women are angels. The man who thinks that nobody bat an angel is good enough to be The man who can't remember his wife's The man who thinks" a woman is 'Jfixed for the season" if she has a new gown. The man who thinks a woman ought to give up a salary- and work in his kitchen If or board and a few clothes, and glad of the chance. The man who labors under the de- lusion that his wife's money belongs to him. The man who ttlways leaves his wife :at home when he takes his sum- mer vacation. 'V The man? who doesn't know what on earth a wpman with mon- ey when she has a bill at thefslxire. The man who thinks a siek .wife would feel better if she would 'just get upland stir around.'' Maximum Style, Wear and Value "Progrtfi Brand" Clothing IB made for men- who know and appreciate the beit. It not intended to compete with cheap clothing. It is meant to be exactly what Ike Highest Expression of ftc Jtafcr Tier's Art fit, service and price are blended in happy. eombination in "Progress Brand" Ooflung. M a lunatic asylum if we tell you to j stop a horse out of "the crap" and j-lakes her, or let her go by herself if she not afraid. 'There is no sense in intemperate work than in- temperate1 rest. vYou may -have' to stop longer than "an hour to go for a doctor, and work longer to pay the bill. You will be abrry some day when those tired hold whito flowers under a pall that you did not look more after her Jseelth and j comfort. If she thinks it too much trouble, use your God-given tive and make her. You will find j that it is the cheapest way to keep a cook that will not die on your hands right in the busiest time of the year. And for good luck's sake don't get up Sunday morning and walk around over the orop .until sho gets the house in order and then come in. and change .your clothing ail j over "the house and leave your muddy shoes and soiled linen scattered around "everywhere, and then go sit on. the porch, and "read politics and refuse to carry her to you do, don't blame'anyone but your- self if you have.'the Grossest wife in the 'One of the. most important things that a man: owes to his family .is cheerfulness. He. shpuM cast all trouble away .when he cpmes to his home. He is a selfish being who, haying trouble in his ,trade or "call- ing or profession', always 'brings his trouble home for .the. purpose otmak- ing everyone one 'miserable. There is no. bravery, or manlinefls in that kind of a thing, no thqughtfulness for other's happiness, no. trust in God that all will be for the best. FLOORS TABLES CHAIRS OILCLOTHS Crawl ctlor tuadxMe b -Ware! at the very first.jump. Do not be too hasty in running your neck into the matrimonial noose, if yoii from choice should remain single (do not fear that you will: have to from ne- cessity.) You will- find; -plenty of work: to do, plenty of burdens to lighten, and plenty of loveless ones "upon whom to lavish the wealth of your charitable affections. Be assur- ed that true happiness is not found in living for; alone. Do your best, make the most of THE GIBL ON THE The farmer's girl, does not general- ly realize the advantages she has for iwlf -improvement, over the society girl, or. those situated in other posi- tions ;pf .life. The freedom and in- dependence of farm life afford oppor- tunities for study which, if rightly employed, .would develop pur farm- ers' .girls into-the professional wo- men workers of our times. How is it, girls, and especially you girls on the farm, that we hear so of ten" of ihe "self-made (and. our great men- are of .that and so little of. the -self-made woman? Our farmer boys becpnie great law- yers and statesmen, etc., have" you not the same opportunities as they? The girl who has been raised on the farm, and has aspirations to any of the professions, generally the idea-that she must get away from the farm to do her studying, at hand; and: at- the close, of journey; ypu; will enjoy that peace, the knowledge of a well-spent life can give: Perhaps it is true there never was j a garment .too fine for a man. or a i maidr :there chair .-too good ;cpbbler_or tJciag to sit in; never a house too fine [to shelter -the human ;head. ten tuples 'do we all" these things far more than they are worth aid sometimes mortgage a house; for the mahogany we: bring. into it? 'Had we not better forego the pleasure 'of all these than consume ourselves: fore we get a phuje-we-can call home, and take so much-pains-that the in- side is hollow as an empty nut; Beau- ty is a "great but beauty of garment and tawdry ornaments compared with do- mestic love. All the elegancy in the The virtues-grow .ab'out the home., Theycluster, bloom, and shed their, perfume around .the fireside. Love, husband, wife, father, mother, child, these words the world would be a barren wiiderness, and men and women but.-brj.tish beests. The the nursery' for" tbe-vvirtuesl- The best pleasure is the purest pleasure. There are roses without thorns.- The busy man must have some pleasure, some recreation, some relaxation. He ought not tp have it col vine street with gossiping :chatter- at the gambling wjth- tit-i dissolute or wanfon. ought to find it at home. to do sou-ething In. which his family could have- a'part. Tt ought "to -be pure, stimulating. The man thai: is so considerate and equiposed, that will make this matter no sec- ondary affair, but give it the best thought of his life, will make a better man, a moral citizen, more consider- ate .husband, more loving; father. He will find his family ties strengthen- so that as his children grow to juanhoodf" and womanhood, no place wili' be 'so attractive toHhem -as -iho- fireside at home. These are the pleasures that remain, that do not wither with time, that do not grow bitter with the years. In Stoek and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW "If you live out of town write us" BURDETT NOTES Burdett, April fine town is booming wonderfully this spring. A first class bam is being .erected by Charlie Strand. If will be completed in a few days: Vance Boise made- a flying trip to Grassy Lake, Friday. The homesteaders are unloading immigrant very day which means more houses for Burdett. :Mr. Hogliu, th storekeeper is doing a rushing business. He has two ex- tra clerks oh hand. The winter wheat is growing fine. There are prospects of a big crop this Mr. Martin Hools was in town Monday. Another general store is being built at Burdett. .The new dance hall, is completed. It is 60 by 100 of the season wasvfiveri; last, Efkiay night, very fine and one of the best tinges1 of the sea- son was reported by Mr Theodore and itiss -Stella Ham- il attended the- There wild ducks and geese seen in vicinity this spring -1-" Nox Tatt'leM Liquor, Drug" afltf Tobacco We have to.hear of pas to cure where a been given. Can be without the per- son knowing it, is harmless and, ab- solutely without or wife, you would; fce work by giving thii remedy, to members of family. We mail a dollars. The SoobeH Ont. tettoul Manufactured in Vanoourer, B CM of the very best Kiln- dried Liunrber7in latest de- Prospective buildert would do irell to me deciding on a house A. Spencer AGENT ml BUILDER, 1AOEOB BUlRMORE iBlairrnore, April Eeuter re turned from California-, and states where she has spent the last .two months visiting friends. Miss Poly Frayer and Mrs. 'Fisher spent the week end at'Belevue, the guests of. Miss Enid Miller. Miss Miller accompanied- -them- back to Blairmore where she is now spending a few days. Misses Marjie and Tilles Rosbach spent Sunday in visiting. world will not and Harry Biggin's. spoonful of love exceeds whole ship- loads of gor- gepusness the world ever, gather. Now :we want to --'say to husband. Those dear, aggravating indispensable creatures that there is hardly any living with or without If your wife'or daughter has been bending pver a sewing machine all day, she needs to ride; out in .a cr_ horsejback.. Don't think we are a nt subject' fpr We are Agents for The Denis Sewim Machine -f. Sw C- This Machine has all the Latest 1 CaU and See Them From out Spring Stock of Furniture you can Choose a Set or an Article to SUIT ANY MOifE White Furniture Co. PkaM 1M Crmkk Strut Goddard took, last .night's train to Craiibrook ''Mrs. Goddatd- is undergoing an operation on her eyes... Misses Ruth Pearson and Beatrice McKay: enjoyed a ride to HiUci-est yesterday. Our Old Timje ___ Friends still Come ;i to our Store Get our QalTaiiixed and Painted SVBSvtAlMC SUssldM before buying el lewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known KeUl Shingle and Siding tJo.'i itodt Oiloe and Factory IflRTI Now; we are sure if the newcomers i will investigate pur business methods, prices and -will not beJlong before they top will .bei permanent If you need a stove or range you can he suited from large i! assortment we hare just placed in stock. This inclwdes 4 No No. 8 oven (with The same itove with warming oloMt Same stove with extended warming cloiet 1 The SOUVENIR All the latest improyementt DidyoiLgetany of our at i cents 5 Standard FORMALDEHYDE 60c. a lb., regular 75c. Wf biff 'If ;