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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �fTn'";T , to hit old friends and cu�tomers hi hM bp�ned a OR. P. W. TULLER ir-HYSIClAM AMD SURGEON LETHBRIDOE oac�-Ott Block. Honm-11:(H) in 13:00 nooo; 3:00 to 9:00 p. �.; 7 3) to 8:30 p. m. T9. "What are the sweetest words thai fall L'pon the listening car. That conjc like echoes from above The fainting soul to cheer? They .stand for types of highest bliss To erring mortal.s given; We nncl all comfort, hope ami peace In Mother, lloin�5 and Tloiivun. They sljffie like stars along the way Our raftering feet must go, And where the shadows darkest cling III lines of light they glow. ' Llku drops of healing bolm they soothe Those heorts oppressed with care; Who find life's burdens, doy by doy. A heavy lood to bear. We hear them in the morning time. And hi the nioontide resl^ We Iwsar them when the glowing sun Rides down the crimson west: And when the ties that bind us here By death's stem hands are riven, Then may we rise on Faith's pure wings To Mother, Home and Heaven. Woman, can't you sec? You caught your husband wrth honey and you cannot hold him with vinegar. The outside of the house is the only side vhich in truth belongs to a hen-pecked husband. They take to the outside so speedily when there is un -I loosantness within, that any wo -man with only a Uttle thought and observation may know what will conic of trying to tmin a husbtend as she would a fractious school boy whatever ho may bo, for the home sake, she is obliged tokeep sweet. Wo have seen women who apparently cnjoj'ed scolding their husbands in the presence of others, and we have seen mothers who Indiscreetly punish their children before Visitors, thus humiliating the dear wayward ones and making them feci that their reputations were sO damaged that there was no use in trying to be good. But such women are not the mistresses of those homes where the household machinery glides on with noiseless ease without force or effect seeming to bo requiix-d to move it along. They cannot create the sunny, cheerful firesides that men love Ijctter than all the world beside, and the memory of which children tenderly cling to as long as life lusts. beauty nnd accomplishments ot otK*r wonten. 'if you would have a pleasant homo and a cheerful wife, pass your t�venings under your own roof. Do iu>t bo stern nnd silent in your own house ami renuirkuble for sociability elsewhere. i A OOOD PAUani'KU. Thcix? are other niiiniKtcrs ot love more conspicuous than a good dnugh ter, but none in which a gentler, lovelier spirit �dwells, ond none to \hit'h the honrt's warm requitals I more joyfully respond. She is the [steady light of her father's house, ller idea is indissolubly connected with that of his happy fireside. She i.s the morning sun ami evening star. The groce, vivocily and tenderness of her sex have the place in the mighty swny which she holds o�elc�m. Vru J. Stafford. Annie Davlea H. a. aec.��c. Coort SUr of Lellibrid^.No. 809S When yon reqnira your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned op, oellm dug, or any other teamins done,' see us, or phone 66, aud year order will have onr prompt ttehtion. GOAL must be paid for ondeliveiy. WM TAYLOR, Lethbridge WANTED! SUdOESTlONS FOR HUSBANDS. Do not jest with your wife upon a subject in which there is danger of wounding her feelings. Remcmlxir that she treasures every _word you i utter. Do not speak of some virtue in another man's wife to remind your own of a foult. Do not reproach your wife with personal faults, tor, if she has sensibility, you inflict a wound difficult to heal. Do nottreat your wife to inattention when in company, it touches her pride, and she will not respect you more or love you better for it. Do not upbraid your wife in the presence of a third person; the sense of your disregard tor her feelings will prevent her from acknowledging her fault. Do not entertainyour wife with praising the Young man, go to work! There is no time to idle now. Vou must carve out your own way if it is ever successfully carved. You must seek your fortune through industry, per' severance and pluck. Labor is 'honorable, and the ignoble are those who will not work. Get you a home. Fence a field and plow and plant it, and gather around you the comforts of home. And when you have made a cliaracter tor imiustry and thrift, ask some lady to share your home with you. We would say to every young lady, murk these men who are lounging around attempting to live by their wits, or on the interest of their debts; and when they ask you to share the lot of an aimless life, pasa them on, tor you cannot aflord to marry a man without prosperity, or business habits, unless you wish to sell yourself tor a mess ot pottage. Again we would reiterate, young mon, go eo worl.t; while ten men ; watch for chances one iimn makes a chance; while ten men wait for something to turn up one turns something up; while ten men fail, one succeeds, and is called the, man of luck, the 'favorite of fortune. Luck and fortune are the result of honest endeavor, work and toil, and if you would win^ go to work! YOUR BOY. A.O. F. Meet! Ut and Ird Mob. days In each month si I p. m, In Oddf-'llowa Hall, aound St. VlaUinc brcth- len cordUlly welcome. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. Apprentices Dressmaking Department at tbi Hudson Bay � 8I0BS8. The Best of Candy -AMD- WSM. Choicest Fruits 4- i'-'l ImOmmvaOtdM. Dark Days Make No Tha Kewa-No Pure Drug Cough Laws would ba noaded, if all Cough Cum ware like Sr. Shobp's Cough Cure isrand has been fbr 30 years. The National law now requires that if any poisons enter into a coft^, mixture. It must ba printed on tha label or package. For this reason mothers, and others, should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Mo poiscn. Who arc these types ot unmitigated public nuisances? 'What!" you exclaim, "my boy there?" Wo do not say so, but since he is not home suppose you look and ascertain, and it is possible you may be surprised. Somebody's boj"8 are there and wo ask,whither is the tendency and ultimate results ot these night ramhliogs and such doing! A few wori^ will suAoe aa aa ans^ver. They are in the iraihing school of vice from which are. graduated hoodlums, ioafers, gamlilers sneak thieves, l^rglanr; aiid in fdct all the crimas that curse, society; and; yet parents and 'gtiardians will unthinkingly permit those whose future wall-being lis in their hands, to run: night after night in unrebuked and unrestrained companionsKip with: jthoite whose example and influence is continually in the direction ot evil. To this laxity of home restraint, more than to all other causes, is due the appalling increase of crime throughout the nation. No boy is safe who is allowed access to the streets at night. "In these days, when the conscience of the nnlion ia awakening to the stern fact that on each one of us lii the awful responsibility of being 'our brother's kcciHT.' umny and diverse are the reforms which are advocatcil for the purpose of bettering the social conditions in which our "people live, and for removing the stumbling blocks which encumber our way, ns we strive to press the whole coin-{uMnity forward towards the goal of righteous and perfect happiness. "Amongst the evils which drag our people down are the ignorance which shuts ou\, the knowledge of >the ideal the grinding poverty �-hich I makes them wearily callous of the things of the spirit, and the slowly creeping inroads of disease, which deaden all the faculties ot nitind and body. Now we know that ignorance, poverty, and disease are all bred nnd perpetuated by the national custom of drinking, which begets drunken -ness; therefore reformers ot all.kinds acknowledge that we must put forth earnest eflorts to grapple with' thi� monster-evil, but ns to the best method of grappling with it, there is at this moment an unfortunate dif terence of opinitm amongst those who claim to be all equally desirous of redeeming their country from this I crushing curse. There are those who say 'The sale ot strong drink will never cease to be carried on in our midst'; wherefore let it be placed in the hands ot the philanthropists, and these good men, these temperance reformers, w-ill by means of wise regu> lations re-establish the trade in alcohol on a 'decent and respectable' basis, and will dissociate it from all that now makes its fatal attractiveness. On the other hand, there are the! reformers who are unshaken in their faith that when the people get the' right to sweep away wholly this evil trade, which is a canker at the very heart of the State, they will use that right, and will protect their honi�8 from the ravages ot the drink system. The stalwarts in the temperance ranks believe that alcohol will alvays be in its very essence a dread destroyer, the common use ot which should be discountenanced, and that the sale of it under jhigh patronage, in places where people gather toother for recreation, will produce drunkenness, and con -secptent destitution, degradation, and disaase, however carefully the 'dis -interested' directors may carry on their trafllc in this dangerous liquor. There must be no faltering how in our fight, no half-henrtodness in our methods; we must march steadfastly forward, filled with an ever-glowhtg confidence in our great caiise and holding fast to the faith that it will ultimately triumph, if only we preserve in our determination to conquer." This is Not Hot-Air Talk. It is We have business lots on Round and Redpath streets. We have residential lots on every street ih the city. We can sell you an Empire Typewriter. We can guarantee.%�:^ap#il^tion on any and atttransaellbns. ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 FroTincial Limbei & tfannfacg. fo. Ltd.,, Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLBSALV-RETAIL Lumber, Doors,. Sash, Mouldings, Tnmings, Shingle, Lath, Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT Synopsis Of Cinadian Nortli-Wcst HOMESTEAD REQUUTiONS. Photographer 4PPLICAT10NS WANTED FOR TREES. Tlia undersigned will reoaive applications up to April 80th from tha cillaans who- wish to plant trees and plsdga tbsmselves to take care of The City has a number ot Ash and �Im ready tor transplanting. MVOH ICOTT. Vatensastsr. AMT tveo Buroberert Mctios o DomlnlOB Lt>;as Id MtDitoba. saakaichawas and Albaria, iccptiai I aa4 M. aot raiarrcd, �ay be feomaataadsd by any perspa w:io is ihe �ole haad ot a family, or any male ovarii years otage, IS ihaastantotouo-quarter aoctloB of IM acraa mora ojJaaa. atty musrWVlda persosally at iUe local laad o8>ce for tha dlautet la which the land U aliuaia. Tba boMtatsadaria required to varforii the osditioas coneeeiad ibarowlih undoi^oae of ib*fpUa�laiplaiia.i t. atuaat oismontbs' rcaldaneo upon and ulttTtUaa of thalaad la aaeb year lor' three yaara. S. If the father (or It other; If the father la decaaae4) ot iha home-leader rcaldea upon a fina'ln the Ticlnlty of tba land astered for ih* raqulreuoaiaaalorealdence.may be-aatlaSed by auch pacaaa realdlsf wlih tha ttiber or noiha',  I, It thaMiilarbaahia raraiaadDt rcaMasc* apoB farmtag land owaed by bim la the Mela-ity of hie homoatead. tha re�ittlreBeato as to realdeBca may be satlaSed by realdaBca upon ibeeald lead. Ms maaiie' sotlee In wriilag should ba given IS ihe Oommlaaioser of Oomlaloa Laada at 'Ottawa el latantMa to apply for pateat. W.W.OOBT. Beput? of iheMlaiatar of the Istertor. "Some weeks ago during the savers winter weather both my wife and.nor-salt contracted eoldb which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Blglestbn of Maple Landing. Itnva. "Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, bead stopped up, ayea and nose runniag with alternate spalU of chills aad fever We began naing ChaortwrIain's Cough Remady. aWlag ths samswith a dbubfo dose of Chamfaarlaia'a Stomach and Liver Tablatia. and by its liberal use soon complistiBly knock sd out the grip." Sold by All Drug gists. ^-'  The price ut cream has been advaa-cefl owing to a shortage in the sup ply. That settles it. Wa muet proceed to "Ouv�mment Ownership' ot cows.-Moyle. B. C. Lsader. The Western Cannorlca Co. intaad building a factory in Calgary. The Fornie Police Conuhiasiohers have issued orders prohibiting loaf ing around the post ollKca. :provathair merit. Chssk early Colds with. Prevaatks aasatop Pasuamaiav Boldlnde^and 31* bease by J. O. BlsialMtham * At a meeting of tha Hre; water and -li^t committee of High River, they Kcommended that the meter rate for all buildings ba IS'cenU per O.DS. Kilowatt'hour with w reduction' of SM> per cant for prompt payment made before the tSth of the: month. Meters to be changad for extra at tba rate of 35 cents per:ntonth. The minimum charges for all consumers to be 01.00 per month. The flat rata to ba 90 cents: per' 16 candle power lamps par month, or 60 cents per 8 candle puWer lamps per manth up to midnight and f 1.8S and 90 respectively fur all night service, raduction jfor cash as above. The' corporation to rsserva the right to install meter at any tima: dssmed advisable by TRY WMw OLIVER i; _-FOR-- ; EverytliiAg rcqtiired lit Um eoMtnictioa of b BuiMiai,; LumWr mad bU kindt of MiU Work \ Do not send all your monev to Calgary and Cranbrook. \ > Help to build up Lethbridge ana a local industry by patronizing ( ; Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. J I Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bomipas Streets  I Telephone 163 ! 4Mm��4�^- WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nioe three-year-old steeia. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. a va-x XAhJ' 'w v/e Imperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. B E ____......--lioooooaaoooooooooooooooott IntniATiBir VAkBS lirc msb- SRAiLV;" A hai^y hoBie It the oiost valuable [possisilea that to withth reach et aiaahlnd, hut you eahoM saTdy Its doatforta If' you a^ suftorlaig'- from Ailttaaatlsin. Yhu ihroir sBfab tusl- A. & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS JAND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES^ ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. �M�M�MMMM>M��>i for |eay dtosaii^el' the skint. ItTallaya Ilis liibtsi and'biinUnr siositioti ia-staatly. For Bala by All DruOglste MIKAllD'BUtimiBKT rOR BAUB AN Qt.D TIMER -WITH THE--- CLP BRANDS OF LIQUOBS UiS raOABS IN i y0 N EW STAND i|r Jnstdlop into my new quarters wid oqaviMB y�o^ self that Tainup-to^tc. Tho o||Baoii Bad brigbtsat shop in Southern AlbMto. ;