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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.' -We Imvo some first clnsu---- OAT CHOP Which we are offering; at a bargain. Tin's makes the fittest possible feed for milcli cows. "I Rambling Reveries By a Dreamer. MOTHERS. Mitt life's commotions-dismal feui's--MW cures anil woes and floods of llov sweetly breaks upon the i�t it. to shine, forth in flint brill,iniK',v 1 -that It ho much lotigs for. Life Is as beautiful ns � panorama that moves on to the great and fhuil vl im�t x, when'the cui'toiiis arc drawn nml the marvelous beauty of I he universe opens with the endless vistas of glory upon our enlarged night, and the dreams of the pnsl ntv pnl��dfrom View In the light of the never ending present. I'rutMng children nnd oldagc walk 4mml In hiurd, nnd laugh and gnm>!>o) anil make pretty speeches ro | the bright Irlrtls nnd butterflies, for the evil of t itmo is but a mint to the ! right and left ol them, ami love and j eneh ; innocence Miami lik� cherubs l>y the' ; cradle and the grave. -M M............i...............m m 11 � n...........i u 11 m iTiig A GOOD MAKIC HOME HAPI'Y. Yet hoit! when- there's so much do ceit. Home friends we hove we imvt; love j We nft�>n rend how the wife is to l mnko home the brightest spot on 'eni'Ui. She is always to wear a Take Your Choice unci you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams nnd Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 There's lovu we know that dure. till 'en- 1 cheerful countenance, as well us the | cleanest of dresses nml collars; to | Not sordid, selfish, but all pure: jhnve Uiconi'iivgly ntt'iingod hull' | Hut though Iwloved by sister, broth- 'ever to moot her other half at er, I There's none that love us like our I mother. ntid the i Among the names to mortals given, iThere's none like mother, home �nd I heaven; I For honne's no home without her I rare; | And heuven, wo know she will be there; Thi�n let us while we love e�nch other. Remember and lie kind to mother. A CHAT WITH Oil! YOI'N� MAX. let us be men. us l�o door with a kiss. Tito house must lie always .smiling In its orderly w�y children ditto; Uiby tin exception to ithe general rule. ' I N'ow the great wonder Is. has the j J hushfiitd nothing to do in this mutter ; , of iiNikiug home happy? To lie sure ; he nfeiy do a great deal towards timk-[Ing a horn.... He UNiy build the | 'house awl furnish it in princely style He may furnish nn abundance of food ] �bhhhbbhmhhhmhb^^^^h | for the table- buy any amount of fliic j mm clothing for the family Yet he "" 'is cross and surly as a snapping tur- present and future with Mr. Ruchnti-,tie,or unsocial, or cuivlcss in his" a" at the Kiinj Kdwaiil. 'Alberta.'' lvabits, or unsynMinthi/ing with his he wtfcd., "Is not eoiii|ielleil 1o ivlv wife aivl little ones. Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin r> Matthews,^ Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA v. *.7* Hoys |hon?st. earnest, young men nnd we ! wjfv lNin ,|, will nut naiku the home ' shall then iw noble n�.li. Nobleness flt) 0giw�hle nw. Neither cull a 'nnd gtintlenoss are nut one and rare- .Wjjf0 \K happy with a hus'liand who is ly do �i' find them living in pouce |n�Uli�tc�tl to tending fault with his .with each other. We m.iy never be ;t foill. llvnV |,,P1jon of the All that thei"" i,s iigriciilture solel.v as is thecase A SUMMER BEVERAGE that will always touch the spot and nnd iuvigornte the athletic girl after � I'^i t'lv wosi noble men.and our noble- with Sii.skatchewiiu and Manitoba. Albert a is tlv vi,'"l,'sl |�eration. . Cousitpl.tit l_\ clKllp fuel is one of the imluiviiKnvts to I*- olTerml to intlus . trial concerns, ami it Is naturally to t>e eoneiitd.>d th:i1 Allierla will lie th,. pure beer like the Alberta Pride beer, just where we are. a young man's For a Summer thirst quencher it is'first and truest net of nobility is to without a beer. love, honor ami protect Ms parents. : Wh�n he Ijecomes too promt to lie I seen walking ns a stuff to a toltei-! ing, helpless fnther, or to stand by i the Ixvlstde of her who is waiting a jmotmnt this sWe of the river to food will not suit his fnstidioustnste �minufftctnring centre of the territor Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. Buchanan Boosts Alberta (Toronto Telegram ) ies west of Lake Su|>erior. i "The crops this year will lie up to , the uvenage. In Southern Allnerta the i vield will Is- the best ever known. FOR THE PE.ST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE | hotel Dallas] WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We cuu guarantee you complete satisfaction. (Successors to Horner tli Hutchinson) the Botel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA oaf yo.^"o.^-Oi"."PXAo:o:o;oioioTQ*o:o ROYAL V HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rates $1.50 and $2.00 par Day cn/tch erne more Koxe, through the fading shadow of vlie past, of her little boy lost in manhood, he is sure | l.v fn�t Koine, down the eminence of j manliness. | When we launch our ships on the ! nvirn'ni? waves of the great sen of I life, let us guide them by the light of home, with the helm of the cradle j words til our mother. N'ot until we have left home ami are wanderers in , the curious si muteness of a sli'iin^e 1 land, unnoticed, unheeded weary, will tie know of n truth what a mother is. Then we feel that she Is good ami .we bless her. Never can we repay our mother's kindness. Her withered form nnd her shivering braids shall lv defended till that day coineth when we shall make up His Jewels-an I then we ween. Iloaven vill know no kinder, no brighter, no purer angel than she. When the ever  hinins Minis shull wane in the fading of our vision, nnd the noisy worWI will grow still in our sleep of death, will we forget her: not till then. A HINT TO IH'SIIANDS. Isn't it slrnntje that some men. who will he kind ami obliging to their nebjhUirs, gontlem.mly anil polite to other ladies, will bo so rude nnd i'oM ami harsh at home, and |�>r-fect 'bears to their "Wiles- craMieil, HiKippish, ungenerous anil altogether jiinsiicinl iin.v onyhiKly know of any such men? Not that we j wish to lay all the wrong doing and I blame on umnkind. or con enough. Whim they are no J strong, and have so much power to do (joix), mid win love and blesstheir !homos, why don't they all do it. i "Pireumstiini'es alter eases." Some j men's wives aw trying enough to , I wear out the patience of .lo-h; hut I then, in tlv |ierversity of things, you will generally I'md n real of u man united with ti trail, patient, for-fx>nring nnn>>y ;unirkot, but business otherwise is uu-usually good. Allierla is the banner province of Western t'unudn." This is the emphatic assert on of I Mr. W. A. Iliichnniiii of Ijetltlirblge j aiwl l'/dmonlon, who has come mist on a mission for the Allierla (lovern-'meni. Mr. Hnchannn is one of the bright Ontario neivspti|ier m.-n who went west ami made good. He now lonelv nnd ,hns nn Inten.-st in n sucwssi'ul news-'pnpei in Ix>thbridge and has under -I taken at the i\v|ueM of the (iovern -juvnt. the org.miziit ion of provincial libraries in Alberta, lie has come east to look over the libraries of | the older provinces anil some of the neaivr states. This morning he left for Ottawa to get ideas from the Library of Parliament. Covernmeut I'Iioiks. "Allerln is personally in favor of j the ownership of public utilities. Al-jberla is the only province in Canada (Kissossing a telephone system. While I at present a branch lietween t'ulg�r.\ ininl HantT only is in nix-rat ion. th-1 l system is being rapidly extended,and |before the end of the year the entire ; province will le connected by the fJo\-ei'iiiii.-in system. ( Hush of S.-lCers. "The rush of settlers." Mr. Iliich -lanitli siihI. "is uimbal;il. Most of the new eit i/ens are Americans. Tlh'.v �iv well-t�i-^ntesl Coal Province. The 'IVIeginm discussoil Alberta's (Magratli Pioneer.) OYAL FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE R00M8 IN CONNECTION tff ( 11 'Tototototoiojo o;o;oy Herald Ads. Bring Results. TilItOl (ill Till-. YKAHS. As wo go forward and meet the years, each in a messenger that tells us n pleasant story of the land to which wo have taken up our pilgrim-^tvgw, ami though we nuiy not lay hands on thorn and detain thorn, yet they imbue us with happy thoughts and plonsant memories, that clothe 111! NTS VILLIO. , We iiin. very busy |>eo|ile. If Satan is around looking for something for idle hands to do. he need not come around here as there are no idle hands out here. We haven't timu to ipiari'el or light, but we do get time for a social hop once in u while. Huying is the order of the day, and tlie bo>s enjoy u giune of fool-Inill in Ihe evening. The grass is not ns good on the range this year as it was last, but in nioMt cases th.- furnvrs will hove plenty of hay on their own land. In fact, to judge from the iiuiiiliei- and size of tlv stacks in this district there will be more hay put up Ihau there was last year. The wheal is about ready for tlv binders', and we notice the fanners tire getting the hinders read}, four or live new ones will soon Ik' ivud.v for action. The wheat is really l>el-ter than �as expected, 1 hough c.oji -sidorable duimige was done in the e.irlv spring. Spring grain, ittking il as a whole, will be lighter than was eN|>ecled. There aii- Mime liebls that nn- ver} General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, sellara diiK, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone,201, or Irop 11 post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAL must be paid for ->u delivery. Residence nnd stable ?nst of the barracks. \VM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge last year, tirain sown on spring limiking will !* light. I'miuei's will learn in time that the in ml nius-t lv gol r-'iidy a jiiir a-head. j Hy order nf the Hallway Ciimimss-'ion, the pnssenger rates on the A.It. & I. Compan.v's lino lias Usmi reduce.l to four �vnts a mile. The olllcinl no tice of the llailway Commission is the effect another i\iluet ionmnv be mode aller the eoiupan.i's earnings are looked inKi. The order of the ('oiiwilis.vion Kin Ies that throunl jgmnl. In n-iiili e\er\ nisi! Ilt>- bivnk I rip tickets shall be issiicl at the ;i�g was done 1........... usual rcdurtion on all main lines. I'liught rales hine nl,so U^>n ir*luced In i'ninimin with I he niouiviain s,>cl  ion of the t'.l' I!. . Messr�. .lei I ill of Spring Coulee and Mariin Woolf of CanlNton. ap|>."iin'd U-fore |.|�. Coin-niissiioii al l/'thbridge last week an.I lentilated the grieiallies of the jtowns along tlw line. They also ask ' ed the Commission to order the rail- I way company to complete ami op  ernte a branch from Hale} .1 unction to KiniUill The Commission could j do nottrin? in this mailer The ni. - 11 is probnhlethat with tin- opening oi t It  I.ranch ni lh inlioduccd into Hie ('amid -ian coinage. Il i>> fell th.uv is need for , |m--ii11> piece, an I a nickel coin Worth two ceiils would not hu i e the disanli nnenie's in re.s|tect in climber some si/f an.I wi'itihl which necessi tales Ihe disciirilin^ ,.|' the olil cop per ih'Iiii} . The us,' of nickel in Ihe Canadian ro naee would nbo albuil anothi'i' com em. ni fn.irkei ior the large nickel arras now being explored at Cobalt The lien nun.' will employ lit i men. and will lurn out I.' Iwivn Wl.OOO.noO and �Jil.oon.lliin coins per year At present the lint ish mini is liirniiig out mt ihe a\er-ii ge iilniiil Its.lMMi.imi) Caiiiidiau coins per year Cobalt camps have alreadi i'ieldeil $10,000,011(1. Nothing nwkes a boy so weak as n strong cigar. I will mail you free, to prow merit, samples of my |lr. Shoop's Hestorat ii e, and my Hook on either llyspepsia, The Heart or The Kid -neys. Troubles of Lite stomach the Heart or tho Kidneys, are merely symptoms of a �a|ier aibiienl. Don't make the com-Kin error of treating symptoms on-y. Symptom treatment is treating he result of your ailment, and not he cause. Wi^ik Stomach nerves- he inside neries-mean Stomach eakaess, all'iiis. And Ihe Heart, and Kidneys as well.hnie their con- ' rolling or inside nerves. Weitkeii h-se iierieH. and Mm inuvi'tubly han* weak vital oriiiiiis. Hero is where llr. Shoop's I lest o ra till! has Hindu I its fiim\ No other remedy eierclaiins to treat ihe � inside nerves." Also i i' lilonting, bilioii*iie-s. had breath or coinplexioii. usf Mr. Shoop's .eitoral ii e. Write nie tmluy for ample aiwl free l>oeulers. LOST. In L.iihi.ridge on Tuesday, August.   t It. j, duck Im.i liofsi', braiidisl Ace ol Clubs on left shoiililur, vented, on leit thigh Has cut across oil hind hoof. Hi'Ward will be glieii fur return to W WILLIAMS, I'laslerer, L'tllliiidge. l.'i U'J-'.MI-.*) The I wo best vacations are the one 'we had lust year nnd the one we aiu going to have this year. SEALED TENDERS SIOALKD TENDKHS nddressod to the undersigned, nnd endorsed "Tender for Supplying Coal for tho Dominion Hail dings," will lie rowiwd ni this olllce until Thursday, SeptoinlHU' 5, ]l�0", inclusively, for the. supply of coal for the I'ublic HuiKllngs throughout the Dominion. Combined s|�eeilication and form of tender can l*� oirtained on applieti -tion at this oflice. IVrsons tendering are notified t4w�t tenders Mill not he considerod unless made on the printed form supplied, nnd si-gniNl with tlvir actual signei -tares. Lach tender must be accoinpnnied by an accepted chetpio on a chartered bank, nmde pa.iulile to tho order of tlie Honorable the Minister of i'ublic Works, .equal to ten pnr cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the tender,which will be -forfeited if the per. Hon tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail lo complete tho work contracted for. If the tender he not accepted the cheque will bo rotum�d. The Department does not hind itself to accept the louogt or tiny tender. n.v order, FIU5D 0EHNAS, Socnotory. Depailnieiii of Public Works, Oltaa. August 1, 1007. Newspa'i'i's will not ho paid for tltis advert iwrorirt if they insort It without pro|ier authority from th� Dapnrtment 15-92 ;