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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can yon hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Bemember that I can repair yonr watch the way it should be repaired. My work^is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Every piece ia a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices goods. A pleasure to show C. Ross Tate The Jeweler r Rambling Reveries Br A Dreambb. 1 You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Wirm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are pn-u ' lo give you right prices and the best of material. W- uike a specialty of this work and you are sure of H t' I. on. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us rHu'anlnu your next job of electrical house.wiring. Phone 116. HicK (EL WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. 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 you havens fit up yonr bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths and their accompanying appliances C. W. GRAY Phone 66 � Hardware DRAYING. SATURDAY EVEXIXO REVERIES. As we are alone vith our thoughts this Satuixiay evoniiiK. our mind ro-e��ll8 many ar-cold rootiv- crying children--"perfectly comfort -aljle." He goes home. His wife has been takiing cai-e of the sick ones and worker lie cstinwtCHi .l)y all who think or cone about him. These wil,l determine liis po�ition while living, �nd influencyj his memory .when the grave Ikis closed over him. And ns he uses well or ill the brief space allotted to him out of all eternity, to establish a fame founded u|>on the most solid of foundations-private worth-so will Ooo for nkercy liorenfter. Slany a child goes ostray, simply l)ecause home lacks sunshine. Many u wife esteems death lier best frientl, Itecauso he who swore tiefore God to "love, honor and cherish" has forgotten his vows. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the krgest 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 |part8 of the city on short notice. I t Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd.' Many a child goes astray, not because there is a want of prayer or virtue �vt home, but simijily because homo lacks sunshine. A child needs smiles as much as flowers need sun-boam.s. Children look little 'beyond the present momcu'.. If a thing pleases, they are apt to seek it; if it displeases, they are prone ito avoid it. If homo is the place where faces o,re sour and words harsA, nnd foult-froding is over in the ascendant, they will spend as many.hours ns possible elsewhere. Ix�t every father and mother, then, try to lie happy. Itit them look happy. Let them talk to their children, especially the little ones, In such a way as to make them happy. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. iueeetsora to George Rogerts YARD NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Ofl5ce -First dooi south of Opera House Phone 63 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's sboes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price fl.OO. OEIRMAN West of Bentley Co. McKenzie&Roy BLBCTRICIANS Dealers in Everything Electrical. House and Office Lighting is our specialty ..Bepain promptly attended to.. O^ce-Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Tiw man who is always blaniiRg otbers for hiH troubles usually has i/plopty of.tlnm. Tlie C. B. Bowman Agency Real Estate, Loans and Insuranee. Established 1891. Phono 200 Offices Post Office Block Lethbridse. - Alta. People who Boldom work are the ones who talk most about their Bummer vacations. Happy is the man r-hose heart retains its youth even under the pressure of yeartf; who, though grave, can still be cheerful, whoso hopes are as strong aS ever, though the obieots are chamgod; who has lost nothing of the finer tastes and sentimonts of his earlier years, who can s.tAII, ad-miine the lioauties of nature, in whose car the voice of youth sounds plea-jsantly, nnd the laugh of children is jo� music, who can enter into thoir I pleasures and share in their enjoy -ments with a, kocnpr relish, perhaps, because they recall the memory of bygone days,-and who can travel the down-bill road of life with more hope for the future than regret for the past. For such a man even old age has its pleasures, for though at times the shadows of the past may darken his spirits, he has but to turn his thoughts to tho future to dispel Ihcm How va'in and empty appear to hlin all honors and distiiiotions gained by trafOcing with truth, justice and religion; how worthless that accumu -latlon which, while It corrupts and enervaitos the soul, cannot satisfy tho boarti and which he who waatod his life in gathering musit leave behind; and how idle and hollow that popular applause iq which tho weak fan-ortic fancies he lioarft tho vaioo of Uod. You can never make another noiso viilh the cracker that has been exploded. When a mnn has estnblisliod a home, lias a wifo and children, the most ini])ortant duties of life have fairly liogun. Tho errors of his youth may bo obliterated, the faults of his Curly days tuay be uverlopkod, but Women who Are Multimillionaires A deal of controver.sy rages over the question: Who is the richest mnn it� the world? but the wjually im -portnnt query, vho i� the fomole Croesus of this age of colossal for -tunes, of magical.ly awiuirod wealth? hos received scant atteotion, says V. T. O. of London. Old earth to-day has many rich women-won^n whose vast fortunes would have atnggeittl the famous old King of Lj'dia. There are, for example, the Marchoness of Graham. Ifcmha von Ikihlon, foi-mer-ly Uertha Krupp, heaid of the groat Krupp gun worl�s of ticrmnny; Sen -oi-a Cousino, a Chilian lajng, to her business ami to charity. The richest wpman in France is the Princess Marie Bonaparte, daughter of tho late Prince Roland Bonaparte. Her fortune is enormous. Her mother, was a granddaughter of M. Blanc, the founder and proprietor of Monte Carlo, unci the fortune which has i|ploMuitic Corps at Washington, but also one of the weattliicsL in nil the world. Her income is �1,0(10,00 n-piece. Fourteen pairs of boots anil shoes at about �4 a-pieco. Three humlrcd and fifty-.tix pairs silk stockinjs at �1 .5s, a,piece, Ix'-.sides ine.xpensive lingerie, hand-kerclvief.'i, opera cloaks, nml other l^dotnils." Mndainf's hats are evidently her failing; they are so arli.s-tic and recherche that they have Ix^come the xfcspair of the ladies of the Biplo-matic Corps. Madame Creel choose-s the designs herself nnd also suggests the makinjj. ".Some women spend five to ten thousand pounds ^ y�ir on dross," sho .says, "but a woman who saj's that that expcnditui-o is necessary in order to enable her to move in society talks sheer non�en.si>, for the benefit of humanity. Mrs. Walkor and Mrs. Green have given, little, so far as known by tho -world. Mrs. Sage, as everyone^ knows iidwr-itotl her money from her hu.sband.tho colebratod Ihi'out. Huke tho free tost and see for yourself �what this preparation an nnd will accomplish. Addnjss Ur. Stioop, Haoinc, Wis. Ijiirge jars HO tv'iits. Sohl by All Dealers. L H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksmiithing and Horaeshoeios. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kimis of woodwork in wag-ns, wiDdmills, fiwuing mills, croam separatorB, grain picklers, bla'JJt-mith coal. UCTHBKIDCB. ALBERTA CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s'ation or bring friends to your home. F. T. KANE Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light OfRce. PHONE 1?9 Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations rolitics honn^'liiiies makes cellnmtos. slranw UINARD'S com>9, &c. LINIMKNT CUBES PURE CALIFORNIA HONEY is used in the... manufacture of the BUUK UNC op Honey Fingers, :: Honey Jumble, : : Honey Crumpet, Fruited Honey Squares, these goods are particularly suitable for �imp or picnic, very satisfying and not too sweet. Try a pound. Sold by all good grocers. If you cannot get them at your grocer's mention his name and write the factory for trail package oEiT ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. 334. CAb0.lRY A ALTA AA Coal mining rights of tho Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, AlbertJi, the Yukon Territory, tlie North-West Territories and Britisli Coliunbia, may be leased for u torni of twenty-one years at an annual rental of fl an acrre. Not more than 2,5(50 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agont of the district in which the rij^lits applietl for are situated. In Burveyed territory tho hmd must be described by 8