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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Don't Forget To come and see us before you buy all your    Christmas Presents We have just received a fresh consignment of goods, including a large assortment of McCormicks, Perrins, Cadburys and Lowneys : Chocolates and Bon Bons In fact we linvp n range of Goods front which etui b look. As n inatther iv fact they nre "Sure there'd be very few people twinty-two. anil where is Kawibntoo rebellyous monsthers thnt must be to say they believed in corporal pun- the map. He has to sit there suppressed be vigorous an' says ho islnncnt if corporal punishment was most iv th' pleasant part iv th" day stern measures. "Is it right,' says he, ^in'rnl. I wudden't give nnny wan with sixty other kids an' ivry time th" right to lick a child that wanted he times to do annything that seems 'thnt us schoolmasthers shud daily risk our lives at th' bands iv those to lick feerocious an' human s'ciety child. No wan right to him, like jabbin' u frind tigrish inimies without havin' iv duid be licked till he's too old to with a pin or enrvin' his name on th' a take a licking. If it's right to lar- desk, th' sthrnnge lady or gintleinan chance to pound thim? Yistordnh a nip an ihtant iv eight why ain't it that acts its his keeper swoops down eooldeii haired imp iv perdition right to larrup wan iv eighteen? � him an' makes him feel like a placed a tack in me ehnir. Today 1 Supposin' Prisident Hndley iv Ynye criminal. To'rds eveniii' if lie's boon found a dead rat in the desk. At '�' stop him with a frown. Afther ' .vrite compositions an' shakin' th' mont was thryin' to rescue I'risidint supper he's allowed to study sotnu nilk teeth out iv thim, but to no 1 Hadley fr'm th' roof iv th' buildin' mon but he declined to come down. times crood but pinted carryenchures. N'awthin' will conthrol thim. They mrl the murdherous spit-ball. They �mil th' braid iv th' little girl. They ire bnsebnlls through th' windows. Sometimes lumps iv chewin' gum nro found undher their desks whore thoy liave stuck thim f'r further use. They shuttle their foot whin I'm nar-.-ous. They look around thim whin hey think I'm not lookin'. Thoy pass lotos grossly insultin' each other. Moral suasion does no good. I havi awhile ye come home nn' greet him with yo'er usunl glare an' yo have supper together. Ye do most iv th' ivail. Me opinyon is thnt th' nv'r igo small boy is a threeeherous, dan-zerous crather like th' A pitchy In-lyan an' that th' on'y thing to do Mr. Heiinossy. with thim is to slam hini with a wagon spoke.' says ho. "An' th' boord of iddycation is said Mr. Dooley an' whin he's finished just as , th' night begins to look good he's "Hut what wud ye do with a child fired off to bed nn' th' light is tak n that refused to ob�y ye- demanded awny from him an' he sees ghosts nn' hobgoberlins in th' dark an' th' next "Not boin' jiyther a parent or an he knows he's hauled out iv bod an' iddyoator I niver had such a child," made to wash his face again. An' so it goes. If he don't do 199999999999991*99*9**9 9*9****9************** "I don't know what discussin' th' petition. It can't quite ( I'd do if I whs. Th' on'y thing I anny iv these things or if he doesn't make up its mind whuther Solomon I wudden't do wud be to hit him if he do thim th" way ye think it th' right wasn't right. Solomon snid. accord-] couldn't hit back, an' thin I'd think i way some wan hits him or wants to. in' to Hognn, spilo th' rod an' save twice ubout it. Th' older I grow th' Talk about happy childhood. How th' child. He must 'ev had a largo more things there nre I know I don't wud ye like to have twinty or thirty fam'ly if ho was annywhere near know annything about. An' wan iv people issuin' foolish ordhers to ye, Tiddy Rosenfeldts law iv nv'rages. thim is childer. I can't figure thim tnakin' ye do things ye didn't want I don't see how ho cud 've spared out nt all. time f'r writin' from correctin' his "What d'ye know about thim little fam'ly. He must 've set up nights, wans ye have so carefully reared bo to do, an' niver undberstandin' at What hetter Gift Than an Art Piano Good judgment, when exercised by intending purchasers, will turn nt once to the facts which prove the HEINTZMAN & CO. PIANO �ltM by yet mUf Arm* of Intimm * Cm., United) to be the best. This piano is used and approved of by the ablest musicians on all great occasions. We make terms so that every home cun use one of these celebrated instruments. Sold ty The Turpin Furniture Co. (Continued on Page 3 Supplement.) A whole store full of useful nnd beautiful Xmas Gifts: China Cabinets, Wicker Work Baskets and Chairs, Comfortable Rockers, Music Cabinets, Pictures, Sewing Machines, Ladies' Secretaries, Thomas Organs, Bamboo Bookcases, Brass Beds, Boys' Steel Wagons and Automobiles, Boys and (iirls' Sleighs, Bob-Sleighs, Chiffoniers, Centre Tables, Jardiniere Strinds, Wardmb's, Parlor Cabinets, Morris Chairs, Children's Rockers, Kitchen Cabinets. The Turpin Furniture Co. We guarantee n square deal to nil wfto trade hero FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS Books For the Children. Our Toy Hooks range front ,V up. The lines are too numerous to mention, but the Buster Brown Books nt 20c each are worthy of speeial note. For the older ones tbi-re are the Annuals. Ballentyne's Books ............36c Iv P. Roe's Book, ..............35c Alger's Books .....................60c Alcott'e Books ....................65c Ktc., etc. For the Ladies. An Old Sweetheart of Mine. A Dream of Fair Women. The American tiirl. The Christy Girl Anil many more Illustrated F.ditinus. For the Men.  Smokes. Bachelor Bigotries. Mark Twain's Works. Christmas Cards ** Our cards range from 5c up. Our line of Xmas Post Cards and Greet-ings front Lethhridgo are very popular. Calendars nt 5c and up to $.1.60. These are photo pictures. Our Quotation Calendars are useful and entertaining. Gramophones How about a Victor or a Berliner? What is nicer than to have a concert in your hoinc? You con have Grand Opera, Comic Opera, Bands, Orchestras. Comic Selections and many others. Records run front 40c up to 10,00. DON'T FORGET WE HAVE A LENDING LIBRARY. SOUVENIR LEATHER GOODS Purses, Bill Wallets, Hand Bugs, Book Covers, Photo Albums, Photo Frames, Post Card Albums, Cushion Covers nnd Honk Marks. Prices from 10c up. These, goods are suitable for sending abroad. Make your selection early. BRASS GOODS JARDINIERES and FANCY GOODS Brass Goods are becoming more popular every year. Our stock of Vases, Jardinieres and Inkstands is very choice. A large stock of Purses, Squaw Bags, Travelling Sots, Chatelaines, Fans, etc. Pictures Have you seen our Jnprfhese Pictures? They nre the latest out and nre all the stylo. Harrison Fisher's Pictures nro better Otis year than ever before. Goodwin's Annual Pictures make nice presents. Our Hand Colored Picture* are very fine. Wall Papers Our stock (or 1908 will be hero in n few weeks, so wu will have a new-up-to-date stock. In the meantime we are selling from sample books. Call and see them. BIBLES PRAYER BOOKS HYMN BOOKS Bibles at all prices; nice leather bound books at 75c. Hymn Books for all churches in different sir.es. Prayer and Hymn Books for the Kng-lish Church. Stationery A fine line of fnncy boxed Xmas Stationery. Also leather bound stationery portfolio. How about a Fountain Pen? A leather desk blotter is very desirable. We have them in different sizes. The "Best" Place to Buy Your Xmas Presents 09 ;