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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can you hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can repair your watch the way it Bhould be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never liavo the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Rambling Reveries By a Drkameb, You will be building possibly this season, and will requiro Bath Boom W irm Air Furnace -ob- Hot Water System We are imp tv to give you right prices and the bvst of materiiil. W nkea specialty of this work and you are sure of ^, on. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us -i-xi  I. �.: your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK C& Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. from the moment of hi* marriage ho commences to write nn InefJahle history; not by pen nnd and man judge of him. He holds In his bamls the private went nml woe of his wife atwl childivn, aid If he nliuses this most holy, Clod-given trust, he cuimothope for mercy herenfter. Many a child goes ustruy, simpl> liecuuse homo lacks si)nshiiH>. Muni hand which kept in motion all this domestic machinery is powerless and cohl. Should an acquaintance trend on your dress-your tiest. your wry liest j Krupp gun works of ('crnmny; Sen --and by accident tear it. how pro-, ore t'ousino, n ('hilinu lady; the l'rin fuse y0u are with your: "N*e\er miml | cess Marie IWmnpurle of Krnnce, Mrs. Hetty Green, Sirs. Uussell Sage and Mrs. .\nn� Weightman Walker, America's three richest women; nnd Madame Creel, wife of the Mexican Ambassador to the ('tilled States. Who of all these nctunfly possess thegreat est flmount of the world's goods Is si ill n question udy Hount.iful. Thos�> who know her declare that she Women who Are Multimillionaires A tleal of controversy rages over I he question: Who is the richest man in the world? but the equally liti  porlnnt query, v ho is the female Croesus of this age of colossal for -tunes, of magically acquired wealth'* has recived scant attention, says V. T. O. of London. Old earth to-day lias many rich women-women whose vast fortunes would have staggered the famous old King of lin confusion He doesn't see anything to npologize for never thinks of such matters-everything is all. right-cold supper-cold room- crying children-"perfectly comfort -able." He goes home. His wife has Lethbridgejaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge est woman of the ]>iploiimt ic Corps at Washington, but also one of the wealthiest in all the world. Her income is �l,ooo,(hm> a year. y(�t her divsses never cost her more than J-'-l each. From mines which her husband gave her years ago already niorethan �1(1,000,000 worth of precious metal has bivn t.ik� n. Much of this great sum. of course. �-�s expends! in con-duet ing the tinning operations. Her father is also enormously rich. and she is his only hciivs.s. "They say I uin very rich," Miuliurc Creel often remarks, with a gesture of her builds. "| h.i\e catth^-(ion.-(km) very good otvs. I have 2Htl,(mmi children before is a woman among women, noble in b�vn taking euro of the sick ones ami [thought, generous to the extremes of jacres of ver\ good laml At m\ tMl> Wurked h�-r life almost out. "Don't ,genero�ity. The Marchott'ss is the I le e\er\ ilny sit UMi goiv.l fiietxls-nil stv why things cun't be kept in tK-t-jonly daughter of the late Ituke of j Welcome. As to ulmt n woman uttli ter order-tlh'iv never wore stub cross | Hninilton and UrnUlon When he:� lifillion u year should spend on her Why not Iv polite j apiece, death. Kt-ame uiistivss of lbixlick Kourt�s-n pairs of loots and shoes I'ustle. l'Uistnu Park. Wicktuun Mar- at about JU1 a-pi.-ce. Ket, anil the Isle of Arran. It was Thisi- hunct them U- miudful tif your welfare, to grow glad at your approach. to)>ou�d uwniy to do your pleasure bofore your lie polite to his |H-rsolial iniMlis. Then it was dis- Ikerehiofs. opera cloaks, and oth coveriHl that the Scotch entail was ,'dotalls invalHl, and she would Iv entire mistress of his projierty ami fortune Hut she did not cense to mingle with recpiest is half spoken? Then. with her people. Through the streets Lndy X > ? t X t f ? Y ? Y y Y t y v t Y Y X DRRYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call ou us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced uum iu charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all {parts of the city on Bhort notice. Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd.' Office-First dooi south of Opera House Phone 63 ail your dignity and authority mingle politeness. (Jivo it n niche in vour .Mary would trump in a corduroy suit, top boots and Tyrolean hat. household temple. Only then will as picturesque ns you could Imagine. you have the true secret of sending out into the world reully finished gentlemen awl ladles. Many a child goes astray, not cause there is n want of prayer or virtue t.t home, but simply lieenuse homo lacks sunshine. A child needs smiles as much us flowers need miii-l��ni)i. ChiUtrcn look little beyond | the present mouieil'. li a thing pleases, they are apt to seek It; if it displeases, they are prone (to avoid it. If homo is the place where faces are sour and words harsh, nml f�ult-llmling is ever in the ascendant, they will spend as ninny hours us possible elsewhere. Ia>t every father nnd mother, then, try to lie hnppy. K�t tlK-m look happy. I*�t ahem talk to tlh>ir children, especially the little oUefl, in such a way as to nmke them liapjiy. Hnppy is the man vhose heart retains its youth even under the pres-mre of yearM. who, though grave, can still be cheerful, whoso ho|>i'R are ns strong ns over, though the objects una chaugwl; who bus lost nothing of ! TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber nnd nil kind* of Mill Work Do not send nil your money to Calgary nnd Cntnbrook. Help to 1 lild up Lethbriage anti a local industry by patronizing Oliver's P.auing and Lumber Mills. _ Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Homiiaa Streets X Telepliono 153 g New Effects in Cut Glass Mndauii's bats are evidently her failing; ih.'.v are so artistic and recherche they h.ive Ucoine the despair of the ladies of the I�i].!-malic Corps. Mmlmne t'n^'l chooses the designs herself mid also suggests the inuking. "Some women spciul live to ti-n thousand pounds , ,\.iir j on dress," she sn.\s. "but n woman who says that that e\pi nditure is necessary in order to enable her to move in society talk.s sluvr iirmsi-nse. In Mexico a woman who spends Ss a wxs?k in entertaining her frieiuls has done all that is exjieel^l of her. When my father hud -Iimj.hoO | is the mother of iour sons and two diiugh- nuinber Her arum lilltxl with gifts, she visited the |>eaNnt>trt every day. ljtdy Mury was nutrried In Jx>ndon in .luiv 1000. Her husbdnd tho Manpiis of (irnhnm. is ulso rich. Ho servi^l as a lieutenant in the 3th Volunteer lki>. -tnlion of the lllack Watch. lU>th the Marchioness and her husliaml otteu go to Arran. flennany's richest womun, Vnui Uohlen,, formerly IJertha Krupp, is said to possess property valued at r 15,000.000 or more. Her income has uitiottnted to more that �40,000 a n��nth. Vey 1'rau von lVihleu, ju,rs- her gr.ind. Inldivn head of the great gyn works, makes j her own clothing. When she was! J'erhnps the ilislinclion of lieing | married Inst fktolier she wore ajt,u' richest woman of America lies | trousseau made by her own bunds, at , lietwivn .Mrs. (ircen, Mrs. Walker an I ^ a coat of sonuMhing like �30. AsIJ'rs S"KV' ^Irs. Sage has niinounr- \ a housewife Krau \on Uohlen has!1"1 ,1"'t sn" Intends to tlevole her en- 1 |>rov-�d a model. She takes particu - fortune, exceeding JUI'J.OOii.ihki, | \ Our recent importations in- elude an assortment of English Rock Crystal, quite ditVerent from that here-to-foro shown. Tbc Crtmal itself U heavlrr anil tbc cuttin^n durpcr tnau -iliaiur jlher ycar�-tOc ettcci Ib ev�n more plcaklog It UiffiT� from "Otrk�' Cut uiaHH" iq thai li depend* mote upon ltn artlatlc tracery of dc-Hi^n. for li� beauty rattier than biiiuaticv. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs nro most prominent in tho assortment, souio of which come mounted in sterling silver, others plain. CAB LIVERY when you nettl a CAB To go to tho s'iition or liring friends to your homo. IIF. T. KANE Successor to l\ A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Ofl'icc. PHONE 1?9 W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS lar prido irt her home, yke many rich Ciernian women, making her own clothing, ami often going into the kitchen and conking. She is exceed- for the benefit of humanity. Mrs. Walker and Mrs {.'rceii |,a\� given little, so far as known by the world. Mrs Suge. 11S everyone knows iidier- Ingly generous to her workmen. Of]'14"1 her mnnvy from her husband.the these there uro mora than 4.~j.OOo. jealehrnt��d /inancier, Uussell Sage After her marriage un announcetiumt jMre. Anne Wi'i|jhtmiin Walker, boih of a gift 0f jtso.000 to the wmrkmetis I 'wfore and after the death of her the fhier tastes and sentiments ofimv,,,w '"nd was mndo. With every father, the rich Philadelphia While You Wait Shoe Rep-t.i Shop. Men's el'oes soled and hoeled in 30 minutes. Priee $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. McKenzie & Roy ELECTRICIANS Dealers in Everything Eleotrical. House and Office Lighting is our specialty .. Repairs promptly attended to.. Office- Kedmth St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Tito man who is always blaming others for his troubles usually has plenty of them. The C. B. Bowman Agency Real Ettate, Loans and Insurance. Established 1891. Phone 200 Offices Post Office Block Lethbridce, - Alta. IVoplo who soldora work are tho oncK who talk most about their Hummer vacations. his earlier years, who can Mill, ud - mire tho beauties of nature, in whose ^ ear the voice of youth sounds plea-I buntly, and the laugh of children is ' us music, who can enter into llwnr pleasures and share in their enjoy  men Is with a kcenjor relish, jierhnps, becauso they recall tho memory of bygone, days,.and who can travel the down-hill road of life with more hope for tho future thau regret for the. past. For such a man ovon old ago has its pleasures, for though ut times tho shadows of the past may darken his spirits, he has but to turn his thoughts to tho future to dispel them How vain and empty appear to him nil honors nnd distinctions gained by trafhci'iis with truth, Justice aud religion; how worthless that accuinu -jlution which, while it corrupts and rnervn,tos the soul, cannot satisfy tho heart, ami which he who wasted his life in gathering must leave behind; and how idle and hollow that popular applause in which the weak fanatic fancies he. hoard tho voioe of Uod. !mull comes to her upvards of |.-,o faeliming chemist, William Weight -l*k'ging letters. These are tt\\ ev | man. showed iidiniruble xpialil i.s as !, and no worthy case is miiil � business woiiuin I'.very .....nvii|,' You onn never tnako another nois0 with tho crackor that has been exploded. When a man has esUihlished a homo, has a wife cind diildran, the most important duties of lifo have fairly Iwgun. TJio errors of his youth may be obliterated, the faults of his early days may be overluokwd, but to Iki overbxiked Thus (lermgny's riclnrst woimin devotes herself to housit is fortune exceeding L H. FOWLER fit CO. General lllackstnithlng and Horseshoeing. Now biigp;ies to ordor, carrluge painting, all kimls of woodwork In wag-ns. windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain plcklurs, bla'sk* mlth coal. UCTHbKlDCE, ALBESTA. Free, 'merit, [send it j.rreuin.v, for Catarrh, just to prove n Trial si/.e Hox of lir. l>-t nie now. It is a snow-white, ,,. ,, i l.i-ivuin.v, healing antiseptic Imlm, young woman. She is a skilled omia- , , , tour Photographer and an a.^nt H �l �'"� heulmg ,nKr,sben,s nuto,J,b,lisi She has tuk,,, up :"H l'-ucnliptus, 'Jhymol, Menthol , i � . �t'"-, U gives iusliint und lusting re- Orientalism, ami hus become tl popu- I , , , i . , ,..^,i . .i-..�^i., ^ lo fulnrrh of the uost? nnd lur exponent of esoteric doctrines. \ ' (hrout. Make the free test has i and Her knowledge of astronomy ______ secutxM her admittnnc, to half the |",r >'�;,,r*;'f M l�vi'nralion scientific societies of Kuropo. She is | B" M�* W1" " Add.-ess Dr. the most noted lin3uist among l'ar- f"10"'*' "tt*lw- Wis l�T >� l.�ian women, speaking ,o one knows tlv,,tK Sul0 acres will 1k> leased to �� one applicant. Application for a lease iiiust be made to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of the district iu which the rights upplicd for are situated. In purveyed tenitory I lie laud must bo described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory tho tract upplied for shall be staked out. Each application must be tic. conipanied by a fee of $">. which will bo refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents pur ton. Every lessee of coal milling rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that etl'eet at least once iu each year. The lease will include I lie con) mining rights only, but the lessee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may l>e considered necessary for tho working of the iiiiitu at tho rate of $1U an acre. For full information application should bo made to tho Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Snb-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-I'nnuthori'/ei! publication of this advertisement will not bo paid for. ;