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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can yon hear your watch tick? Does it need repairiag? Remember that 1 can repair your vatch the way it should be repaired. My work isgnarauteeil. We have just opened a shipment of CUT OLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will be bailding possibly this season, and will require Bath Boom Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the b^tt of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. [icK C8L Wahely | The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. RamMfng Reveries fit A Dbbamer The Mcfnfi�^ Bath is recognized generally as a great harbinger of health, and when it van be taken amid sanitary surroundings it becomes s luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on arts-ing will soon vanish if you have us fit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths and their acoomjpanying appliances C. W. GRAY Phone 66 Hardware OliD-PASHIOXEb MOTHER. lltank Ood same oi us have, and othera h�v� had, an oUl-fasWonod mother. Kwt a woman of the period, cnanoWxi" and painted, wrth hergrent chisnon. her curls and bustle; whose white, jeweled hands have Mt - the clasp of bmhy Ihi^r-s; birt a �ir olfl-fasbioiMd, awwt-voicwl iw>iher, with ey�s in which the love light shone, ami brown hair threadwl with silver lying smooth u|Km her faneel down in the molten sunshine streaming through the west�m window- ju�t where, long years ago, we knelt by our mother's knee, lisping "Our Father." How many times when the temter lured us on has 'the memory of those sacred hours, that nwther's v'onds, her faith and prayers, saved us from sin. Years have filled greao lor-mal"-they ard formal only when they are awkward. There is not a jainglc polite attention called for in society u4iich is not appropriate at home. It a sister drops a handkcr -chfcjf. do not g-ive her an opportunity to pick it up herself-unless you wish Co be codstiuinod and slightly awk -ivard when you ara called upon tQ pick up a handkerchief in the drawling rootn. t( a motber is getting |tato a ctirriagc, ofTer her a hand, even if it is purely a matter of form. Nor are these nttrnellons of >-x>ung TOon to their near relatives valuable and called for only as nMttcrs of jpractice. Cjonuine politmtcss demands them at home as woll as in society. l^eATURDAY K\ KNTXO REVERIES. Boys, do not forpet that profanity is a murk of low breeding. Show us the man who commands the best re-B|)ect; an oiith never tremiblcs on his tongue. Read the catnJogue of crime. Inquire into the character of those who depart from virtue. Without a single exception you will find them to be profane. Truth is one of the rarest gems. Many a youth has been lost to .society by allowing it to tarnish and foolishly throwing it away. If this gem still shines in your bosom, suflfcr nothing to displace it or dim its lustre. This hns tjecn a great year for Ending, so called, great men behind prison linrs. Mayors of metropolitan cities, supervisors, bank presidents, oash'i^rs and even senators, are toe��i�Svecctsors to Gcorfc Rogers': Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail | ecsc occ= # Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. i impress. As you influence them, not jthe poor and relieving the oppressed DRMYING. If yon wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on tts. We have the hirgeit and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all fparta of the city uu short notice. f estern Warelioase & Transfer Co., Ltd. | Office-First door south of Opesa House. Phone 63 While You Wait Sho� Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes^ Price $1.00. F. QERMAN West of Bentley Co. lb FOR SAL.K. ' One binder �nd one drill, brand ^ Mw, never been used. Will aell dteap 'for' quick aale. Apply to MARYA 895WDOKIBRSKA. Lathbrldge. One blcck nortti of Xortb Ward School. 11-18-35-1 STRAYED OR STOLEN. one 4 From the vicinity of.Warner, ,.'b�y mare. 9 yeara old, one year �ld l-Bomlleolt, and one bay aueker. Ai jvwsrd is offered for their return EDPIB LINO. Alts. by arbitrary rules, hot by stem ex-umple alone, but thousand otfeerways tiiat speak through beautiful forms, protty pictures, etc., so they will grow. Teach your children, then to love the t�eairtiful. Give them a corner in the garden for flowers; en -courage them to put it in the shape of bangins basketil, show thennwhene they can best view tlie sunset; rousa them in the morning, not with the stem "'time to go to work." but. with the enthusiastic "sec the beautiful sunrise." Buy for thenu pretty pictures'and encourage them to dec* orat� their rooiiie in his or her childish way. tWve them an inchand they they will go a mite. Allow them tho privilege and they will make your home beautiful. McKenzie & Roy ELICnUCiANS iJealers in Everything Electrical. House and Office Lighting is our specialty ..Repairs promptly attended to.. Office- Kedpath S$, Lethbridge Phone 204 WANTEU. A flrst-claaa �)er>'ant girt. Apply Manager Hudson's Itay Co., Leth> bridge. t.f. WANTED. Young girl 13 or 14 ymn old vanted, to help in snwll family. Apply Hrs. B. H. Dawson, 1251 Bon-pas Street. t.f. WANTED. AT ONCB A diniDff-room girl, sad a eham bernvsid. Apply ArUDttoB,IIot�l. THE ELDER SISTER. There is no character in the homo circle more useful and beautiful than a devoted elder sif�ter who aUinds side by (tide with the toiling mother, lightening all her cares and burdens. How beautiful the housiAold machinery moves on with such efficient belpl Now ahe presides at the table in her mothei^'s absence, always so neatly attirm] that it is with pride the father introduces her to his guest as "our oldest daughter." Now she takes a little troop into tl�e garden with her and amunes them, so mother may not be disturbed in her work or her reat. Now ahe helps tho.boys with their hard lessons or raads fath er'H paper aloud to rest his tired e>ie8. If mother can run away for a. few da.vs' recreation she leaves home wiUiout any anxiety, for Mary will guide her house wisely and happily in her absence. But in the sick room i�er presence is an especial blessing. Her hand is next to mother's own in gentleoeas and steill. Her sweet music can charm nt^f pain, and brighten the weariest hours. There ara older sisters whose presence is not such a blessing in the home. Their own selfish eiids and aims are the main pursuits in life, and anything that stands in the way of these is regarded with great invpatienoc. Such daughters are no comfort to a mother's heart. Which kind of an 'Welder sister are you in the housctioM? CULTIVATE GRACEFULNESS The cteicf distinction in society be-tvMca; the "tteatlona" of theithor-ou|^}^, gnieeful gmtleman, and; th� OM w^; aimply knows the rules, ia tfaftt''the'former pays them wHhout attracting notice. A lady hardly realizes that onything is done for be^-ehe only knows that the gentleman is agreeable. ' Does the young man ask how he ahall cultivate this ui�:onscious grace fulness? Some men. the reader says have the gift of nature. True-but wKh rare eKcaptions, nature declines to make her gift available without iculture and ears. Then iu but one way to GuHivate the aaae of fbioft we apeak. Never williagty alloir as opportunity to ^y.%fr�)oefut atun- Thcre can lie no better instruction given a young mon H�an that whi^ impresses a true appreciation ^oi the worth of money. Such an early impression would have saved many a n�n and many a family from .serious bisfortune, discomfort, unlmppiness and even crime. The making of money and saving of money, as distin -guished from the miserly love of money which is 8ai9ft p��il|ty Wblch will now never be tamLshod. Only a few dajs upon earth. .Just a little vorkday week of life, with no strength for labor, and then a Sabbath at its ending that shall know no end forever and forever. Only a narrow edging of black; for couW such a Uttio being cast a broad shadow back as it wont suBward"? ''Ah. yes, it might," tho heart says, mtti) it stops a moment to renwndier. Rementbering, it hears the echo of a swoet word long since utteiVid: "Suffer little cbiidren to come uwto me," and tbe shadow lessens, lessens, until we see it not at all. but look straight on to tho brightness that shall never grow dint. "Suffer little children;" not lead them, not carry them, only suffer them. Then they must want to go And do they not? Standing so near the "pearly gates" as they do' who an tell what music they hoar what balmy airs blow on them? It is easy for them to slip away from tbe loving arras here to the loving arms there. Easy for them' but so hard for us! So hard! We cannot see them as -they go for the weeping but we know they are gone by tbe dull pain 'in our arms that clasp nothing '�'Died!" How nmny het'.rts will echo it sadly and with tears! Many children are leaving us weekiy, finishing their short tveeks of life and entering on tiie Sabbaths never ending. A tender good-bye to them all-a tender hand-clcisp for all who weep their loss. Losing is 'the common lot, and weeping the heritage of humanity; but