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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMtiaQCi AUWfTA. DIpCMUH a, INL Westmin- ster Road NORTH Hae opened the above pre- witii a complete of bits' (Mlrti's Gameits Kindly call and inspect- the stock. All attentioa will be paid to visitors and intending purchasers. Buy Your TRUNKS VALISES and SUIT CASES For Your Holiday Trip from the Saddlery Co, Kanbttng Reveries v DREAMER "Bronchitis" U fMMtttty pumit of ooid fry to and mcJumiot M wry fUritummi ittJaanutory aifce- tiou of broochUl Tte Symptoms art ekett, pfciap a difficulty iu brtaUuag, Mcretioa of .thick phlegm, afc wfciU, bttt Ubaf of a (fwoifth or wort gwrnral of Curt it tt by of Dr. Wood's Norway Syrup. lire. D. P. Milter, Aliaodaie, Got, written: MyJkiuband got a IJifv Norway Syvup foe my little THE IDEAL HOME. (Written for this department by re- quest and on condition we omit numes. Out of six requests sent out four of our lady readers have re- sponded as My ideal home is not necessarily adorned with ths. trappings of wealth; ueilher must it be saddened by pinch-' j ing poverty. A competence there.' c .iV badly you could froai room to must be, whicu, with industry and I other, but it was uofc long until thrift, will preserve its inmates from eoukl your had oa painful anxieties. Inthh home the husband is the bread winner, the wife the home maker, and together they reign as king awl queen over the little realm. The children, for there are children in my ideal home, are loyal and obedient subjects, every one, and it never occurs to them to question the diving right of their king and queen to rule. Order and system prevail; but love and self-sacrifies for love's 4uu uoi wanting, but where. luxury, a id pretence ed the places of peace "and repose. There may be uiore jyy iu the hovel than iu the pultun; but you are ask- ing for the idt'ul homo, and such a home- rfcquiri-K all the be music, because music is the UnguAjie vf the soul 'vrhen or- dinar y language. fails. There must be religion. I do not of creeds or doctrines or OF. STRONG ADDRESS ON CITIZENSHIP sake, animates all hearts within this home, and to be good and good is their constant rule of conduct. Health, smiling goddess, stands, at its portal, and scatters happiness and prosperity with lavish The is not only the place where Nature's recurring wants are daily but a school of manners, yet" there harmless mirth itself. onrtbuked. and thought unfet- in of tered floYsr __' Books there are abundance, bringing the culture all countries and all. ages within roach of this charmed circle. Flow- ers bloom in the window, and smile at you from the garden paths with their suggestions of. beauty and re- finement. .Yet, whatever else uiay be there, the guests who frequent this house are its choicest, most valued ornaments. her. Thafc was Lut wiaUr liwl in Toronto. had Ud ooU this winter, hui ia- of getting another bottle cf Dr. Wood's Norway pae Syrim, I tried a homo made reoeipt .which I (tot from neighbor but fouod that her oola Listed about as lone. Mv huahand highly praises Dr. and says he will see that a- bottk of it is always kept in the house." It is put up in a yellow wrapper, the tirade mark, the 25 etc. Be wira aad accept uoue cf uuay aub- stilutaa, reverential, God-fearing and. God-trusting religion, which exempli- fies the doefnha tuughr iu the ser- mon "on the. Mount. and rulo, .There should ,be calm, low voices and quiejt manners. There should bo. children and books, and pictures and flowers.: Tho silver hairs and tremulous voice of age should the grandmother or grandfa- ther, or. both. The well bred uest should be there, ami the the door should not and papers ;are to be seen every- where. The books are selected with care so that they may entertain and instruct without ccrrupting ths read- er. No profanity or slang is heard here. 'The cup that inebriates has never had a place in this home; The chiWlren honor their parents and the parents respect tho rights -of the children, and life made as bright as possible for them. They 'are ear- ly taught to love the beautiful in art as well as in nature. Fevers and music help'.to refine and beautify their home. This family are taught to "deal justly, and they weigh their fellow man by what he is and not what he- has. This "ideal home" is so attractive that the children -arc not tempted to spend-their evenings on the. street or in doubtful places of aniuseraent.- be hedged against the poor, for he is "always with you." With these crude suggestions ac- ceptea.aud applied, I should say that literary shoes f worthy to unlqose: ''Home is where The day-star springs, And where the evening sun reposes; Where'er the eagie spreads his wings From northern, snows to southern roses." The of my "ideal home" is a father possessing firmness of char- acter without being a tyrant. lie gives the best that be is, socially and mentally, to his family. The mother is patient, kind and courageous, the children obedient. This home is not the home of. wealth, neither is it the home of poverty. Order and system prevail hi every The radiance of truth rests on each face; There is refinement and culture. The mother tongue is spoken in all its purity. This ideal home is a Christ- ian home. The Bible is read here, 'and its precepts are lived... Books Dear do you "my idea of in the you indicate? A volume, and a large one, wonld be reqxiired to discuss the mere outlines of this subject. But you have given me some time to boil .down my crude and imperfect ideas on' this theme.. A great writer, you kriovr, said on one occasion, is a'vtiry long letter, but positively I had ilot time to make it shorter." Ideal you say. Well, it- must be where love abides, rock- rooted in confidence. It must.be where physical com- Rev. J. M Harrison Civic Matt "Clean was the sub- ct of a strong and forceful discourse by Rev. J. M. at OF CANADA In the; ideal-home the ruling prin- ciple; be love.r Love to the Su- preme; Ruler of the universe and love for each member of the family. Here the! golden rule will be followed in all intercourse of one with .another Perfect harmony exists between parents in .regardvto the. management f household and the traininfi of .the children. The same rules o courtesy will be observed that "we find in'society. In some respects, sustain? the same relation to children that officers of the law sustain to the people Good citizen? never disobey the-laws', requiring the infliction of punish-'' ment, and r. were: ill all probability, reared-in rlomes "where the majesty of the law was' inculcated without the aid of corporal punishment. In the "ideal childrpn will be taught the principles of obedience and self-denial ;as soon as they can understand, although it requires "line upon line and precept upon precept." With the exercise "of much patience, the-model parent will gain the love and obedience of the.child without or what some one hai> designated "physical .persua- and instead' of beat goodness into children will make their natural tendencies and possi- cliurch on Sunday night. The re- marks, were based on. the scathing ar- gument and strong epithets of Isaiah in describing the dangers of the wine and the sins i hat follow in its wake. The following are a of the statemehts niude in the course' of the sermon: "Are. these statements of Isaiah still truy in the 20th Century? I have' no quarrel witfr the men engaged in the liquor traffic. The saloon keep- er is -just-what Canadian sentiment and ..Canadian law liave" made him? lie is our servant, and is just where our 'citizens have, designed him to be, We have no right to throw dirt at him. We appoint him our col- lector? of revenue by licensing the business. Speaking in the tMrl Har- rison it mean to Lethbridge license the saloon? Saloons? cati not exist -without boys. The saloon cannot be perpetuated unless we are prepared' to surrender one to every'five-homes per year or two hundred boys per year hi Lethb'ridge. AVho in' LeUibridge has a boy or girl Deferring to the -side of the question" it- was shown that in comparison with known facts 'per'year would be a conservative es- timate_ of the 'amount spent over the FrtfltoEuMi in the Union Bank, even ugh you tie likely eed it ftgain in a to 'need month or two. It will safer in thJb Bank than in your keeping, and will be earning Interett it uigucit CUrFciii. iilc, cuiupouuueu 4 itiues a year. A however small, is a Hart towards wealth, and this is the time of tbc year to begin one, when money is coming in freely. _ _ Our Mrt ActMfit is very It is opened in the names fjf members of family, either of may deposit or withdraw money when in town. LtTHBFi I DGE BRANCH: J. R. Andmon, of; the saloon or red light- district? Besides effe.ct oa thought, and Corals it- leads "them to" regard these; in- stitutions as part of civic life. The greatest evil "iu our city is 'not the falsehood in business life, adr the deceit in "manufacturiiuj 007 the inipurity in aur ncr the gambling of the vicious, but the mor- ul apathy; with which the looked upon. Could public conscience .how louf these things The question of our great mater- ial; prosperity A are' of minor import- ance when we consider the moral menace 'to our children: Shall ".we face, these evils in a_spirit of com- Men who consent t.o -licensing these are partners institution. bars in the The licenses in comparison with this amount are a mere; trifle. There are enough members of churches in Canada if they would; act to 3vipe out .the traffic in one >rear. -If 'we can and won't we bear the responsibility. "What is the effect of compromise with wrong? .What is the effect on the young who live in the presence .The monster is God's worst enemy, in a n's worst foe and the 'devil best friend. -The against these evils is jus_t as explicit as those that" we. .enforce. Here the preacher quoted from his text: "A girl for tvine, a, boy .for an hiirlqt." have .tainted money in sidewalks, schools and the salarieis of officials. AVhy is it that -.we are not all alive? ;ereet a hosp'itai and place in its sight a badge of shame. bilities the subject of earnest study; then by kindness gentleness, so train these as to secure a harmon- ious ;development, physical mental and the uunnaV activities will be directed into laudable channels and a desire, created to do v.-iiat is required. For inveet- there is nothing that wiU give grea- ter interest in am- usement and plea- for the long winter eveningg. Hew Prices to PHONOGMPH or "the concrete" example. The red light district and the saloon can not be- maintained without the youth. Are our boys safe? Are "our girls The preacher here read a letter he had; receivd which referred to the Certain people in our city are drink and social evils in the city, allowed on the streeis only at certain wherein it was..stated, that one of the aldermen had said ..that "with mere matters of right, and wrong we have nothing to.: The tune was; when every true Can- adian blushed Trlth the conditions found "iu our city; We are allowing the" concrete exam- of wrong to :be placed before oiif children. Which, have the greater influence, "abstract in pub- lic Sunday School and home hours. The very men brutes in- carnate -who have destroyed, them are walking the ,streets and "doing busi- ness. The thing is'all wrong.. The sermon concluded with a short account of the advance of the temperance movement. Rub pan first with vinegar, then with butter when baHng fish, and it will not break or stick to pan when removing it. STOCK OF GENTS' FURNISHINGS TO BE SLAUGHTERED. MUST GO: GOODS SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BY WATER. BALANCE, THOUGH UNTOUCHED, MUST BE SACRIFICED Get In On These Bargains Early Means Money to You SUGGESTION REGARDING THE VALUES TO BE HAD Suits from Shoes from Caps from Sweaters from Shirts from Underwear from up 95c up 5c up 60c up 25c up 25c up Hats from ;v 50c up Leather Gloves from 25c up Blankets, Heavy Wool, frorn Neckties Braces Purses Belts Handkerchiefs, etc., etc., at prices that never before struck Lethbridge BIG STOCK OF JEWELRY HT 5Oc ON THE An Opportunity like this is seldom presented Remember Everything must be Sold NEXT BANK OF COMMERCE. LETHBRIDGE ;