Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Listen! Can you hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can repair your watch the way it should be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CtTT GLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, uever, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -or- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the b**st of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding yonr next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK C8L Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. P Rambling Reveries Bt a Dreamer. OLD-FASHIONED MOTHKH. Thank Clod some nt us have, and others have had, an old-fashioned mother. Not n woman of tho period, enameled and painted, with hergroat chiznon. her curls nnd bustle; whoso white, jeweled hand's have foil the clasp of l*by fingers; but a dear okl-fashioned, sweet-voiced mother, with eye* in which the low light shone, and brown hair threaded with silver lying smooth upon her faded cheek. Those tiear hands worn wiifc toll, gently guided our tottering stops in childhood, nnd snioothotvd our ptl lows in sickness; even reaching out to us in yearning tenderness, when her sweet spirit was baptized in the pearly spray of the river. Blessed Is tho memory of an old-fashioned tooth er. It rtoii'ts to us now, like the beautiful perfume of some woodlatnl blossoms. Tho music ol other voices may I* lost but 'the entrancing memory of heis will echo in our souls forever. Other places will fade away ami be forgotten, 'but hers will shine or* until the light from heuvcns portals shall glorify our own. When in the fitful pauses of busy life our fwt wander back to the old homestead, ami crossing the well-worn threshold, standing once more in the lowi, quaint room, as hallowed by her presence, how the feeling of childlst innocence and dependence comes over us, and we kneel down in the molten sunshine streaming through the western window- just where, long years ago, we knelt by our mother's knee, lisping "Our Father." How many times when the tetmter lured us on has -the memory of those sacred hours, that mother's words, her futth ami prayers, saved 1 us from sin. Years have Ailed great drifts over between her and us, but they have not hidden from our sight the glory of her pure, uusclAsh love. lion puss, without taking advah-tuge of It. Jsevcr, w�s say, not oven with tho sister, or mother, or most Intimate cousinly friend. U Is a mistake to regard these things as "too formal"-they am* formal only when they arc awkward. There is not a �lngle polite attention called for In society which is not appropriate at home. If a sister drops a handker -chief, do not give her an opportunity to pick It up herself-unless you wish to be constrained and slightly nwk -word when you are called upon tq pick up a handkerchief in the drawing room. If � mother is getting into a Carriage, offer her n hand, even if it is purely a matter of form. Nor are these attractions of young nion to their near relatives valuable nnd called for only as matters of practice. Genuine politeness demands them at home as well as in society. BAiTHDAV KVIOXtXCl REVERIES. lloys, do not forget that profanity Is a mark of low breeding. Show us the man who commands the l>e.st respect; an oaih never trembles on his tongue. Head the catalogue of crime. Inquire into the character of those who art from virtue. Without a single exception you will find them to be profane. Truth is one of the rarest gems. Many ti youth has been lost to society by allowing It to tarnish ami foolishly throwing It away. If this gem still shines in your bosom, suffer nothing to displace it or dim Hs lustre. �fttttttt**M.ttttt#*��* �#�*f>###*######*##4 Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. v^^^^x^-c^t^x^Mccctaora to George Ro|er�^=s�ft��^^ Builders' Supplies | of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail | Place a young girl under the caro of kind liearted women, and -she, unconsciously to herself, grows into a graceful lady. Place 'boy to* the establishment of u .thoroughgoing, straightforward business man,, ami the boy becomes a self-reliant, practical business man. Children are susceptible creatures stances, impress, by arbitrary ami circum ! This has l*vn a great year for landing, so called, great men behind prison Iters. Mayors of metropolitan cities, supervisors, bank presidents, cashiers and oven senators, are today wearing prison garbs, who one year ago were leaders of men. A desire for wealth is conwoeiHlable. No young man shouM allow himself to be be dampened by the present common outcry against wealth. The opportun ities which riches afford the possessor for doing good in this country arc so numerous and ample that wealth, properly used, may t>e Hie moans of making up the most ad -mlrable characters, white those vho are inclined to depart from the path in one condition as in another. To of root Kudo would do so as quickly save money and amass a fortune, if done w+th a proper motive, is not only a mudihle, nmltition, 'but a duty. It is a duly 'to one's self, ones family and the community in which one lives. It is providing for old Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts | Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. \ I: rules, not by stern ex- umple alone. The AW*i�* Bath is recognized generally as a great harbinger of health, and when it can be taken amid sanitary surroundings it becomes a luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on arising will soon vanish if yon have us _____ fit up your bathroom with open ] of hanging basket* show thoimvhc'iv sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths unci their accompanying appliances C. W. GRAY Phone W> Hardware age, for calamity in business, or [them scenes ami actions always I sickness.' for the means of helping! As you Influence them, not ,the poor nnd relieving the oppressed [There can 1� no better instruction but thousand otherways .given a young man than that whiflt that speak through beautiful forms, impresses a true appreciation 'of the pretty pictures, etc., so they will worth of money. Such on oarlv grow. Teuch your children, then to predion would have sav�l love the beautiful. Give them a cor-lIIwn ,wl lnnny tt ramilj. IIU- many a from serious ner in the garden for flowers; en - ^fortune, discomfort, unbapplncss courage them to put H in the shupo DRRYING. If you wish drayiug or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Outs of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all [parts of the city ou short notice. they can best view tlie sunset; rouso them in the morning, not with stern "time to go to work," ami ewn crime. The making of money and savmg of ntone.v, as distin -guished from the miserly love of tho money which is said to bo the root with the enthusiastic tlful sunrise.' Buy ���� of all evil, should lie the aim of all see the beau- 'young men who start out in life for for their* ptvtty |themselves. They include hubits of pictures and encourage them to dec industry that lead to contentment orate their rooms in his or her child. |nnio sloop to a little -tarn.^s folly. A love for animals ill encourage this; the very presence of these true but unassuming friends will do our hearts good). We i. uy talk nonsense to them; they ;mro -duce an element of intellectual re pose. l>og8, cuts, homes, poultry, uro so many contributions to the | gaiety and simpWclty of our daily life. We cannot enjoy them without loving them. We are not going to enter into tho ranks of those who contend that they have aouls; still , , , . i we hope our readers hold in equal ny pain, .nd brighten !ahhorpenoo w|w, tho sisters whose presence Is not sueh a blessing in the home. Their own selfish ends and alms are the main pursuits In life, and anything that stands in the way of those is regarded with great impatience. Such daughters are no comfort to a mother's heart. Which kind of an elder sister are you in tho household? WANTED. A first-class servant girl. Apply Manager Hudson's ll.iy Co., Lethbridge. t.f. WANTED. Young girl 12 or 14 year* old wanted, to help in small family. Apply Mrs. E. II. Dawson, 1251 llom-pns Street. ... t.f. WANTED, AT ONCE � A dining-room girl, sad a cham bermald. Apply Arlington .Hotei. t'ULTIVATl GRACEFULNESS The chief distinction In society between' the "attentions" of the thoroughly graceful gentleman, and the one fho simply knows the rules, is that "the former pays them without attracting notice. A lady hardly realizes that anything is done for hor-sho only known thnt the gentleman Is agreeable. Dogb tlie young imtn ask how ha shall cultivate this unconscious grace fulness? Some men, the reader says ha.v� the gift of nature. True-but with rare eveeplions, nature declines to make her gift available without culture and eare. There is but one way to cultivate the ease of which we sneak. Never wiilisgiy allow au opportunity to pay. a graceful atlen- terns of Descartes and Malobrancho, which would make them out to bo mere machines. We have but to contemplate tho dog that follows us, watches our homes, shares our fat -ijues and perils voluntarily, either, to sink at our side, or perhaps fol-))w us to the grave and die there, to reply to the theory of mere mechanism. Animals are, in some sort, members of the family. They arothe friends of young and old, and old and young alike enjoy and benefit by thcir gleeful, irrational society. There js only a, card in tho envelope that a friend sends us-a little card edged with black, mid bearing a low s�od "faint with the burden |wvd heat of the day.'J To us has ibeen given a glorious pr'vilogo to press forward in the battle of life, and if our chosen path be that of truth and right the assurance of well doing will be our sweet reward when, by-und-hy, we shall partake of" that Joy ami |�eace of which tho blessed never tire. Our recent importations include an assortment of English Rock Crystal, quite different from that huru-to-fore shown. Tbe Crj�lal ttnclf In bravlrr and (lit- cntt'ii^k deeper than ibaiof other yearn-mc eflect Ih even more plcaMuie K ill Item from "tllrka' Cm UlaftN" In thai I, depend* mole upun Its artlatlc ira-ery of dc-HlKii. (or It* beauty rattier irun brlllUuci'. Rose Bowls, Flower Cen-tres, Decanters and �)tigs are most prominent in tbe assortment, some of which come mounted in sterling silver, others plain | CAB LIVERY wht'tt yon need a ^ CAB To jjo to th� s'ation or bring frit'iitls to yonr home. ||S* A- Johnson Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light OtKce. ! PHONE 179 |W. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS ! Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Keep yonr nionuy nt home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by L�Mll>riilitt>, llu.v niuml, Mngrtitli. L H. FOWLER & CO. General BlackBtnithlng and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-ns, windmills, fanning thills, cream separator*, grain plcklors, bU".k-ralth coal. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. M1NARDS LINIMEKT CURES DIPHTHERIA. Rif�c up 108 When.you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOR SALE. For Sale--A correspondence course In good school. Owner unable to go on with It. Apply toliox O, Herald office. i Cuiil mining rights of the Domiii-j ion, in Mimitobu, Saskatchewan, J Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the 1 North-West Territories nnd British l Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual ! rental of $1 an aero. Not more ! than 2.5G0 acres will lw leased to ' one applicant. Application for a lease must be I mnde to the Agent or Sub-Agent ELLISON MILLING Qf the district in which the rights & ELEVATOR CO.! applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal Bub-divisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be ao-compauieu by a fee of |5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for uro not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coa) mining rights only, but the lessee may oe permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.