Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
I"' The chance to get a $135 Top Buggy with a Ton of Coal is Buy a ton and get a coupon right away, so that MOBISON & DIXON can sell 1,000 tons of coal this month. Then the lucky Coupon will be drawn out, and you will know who gets the swell new btiggy. It is jtist as likely to be you as not. Cash must be paid when coaJ is ordered. A Coupon with every ton you buy this month. We can give you the coal in large or small quantities, and the coal may bring you the buggy. We are in the DRAYING BUSINESS on a big scale. You can count on prompt work and entire satisfaction when you deal with us. The T^ToRisoN & Dixon Transfer PHONE isa THE TRANSFER MEN.*' LETHBPIDGE. Office over Hick & Wakely Store. for Sure Growth :: AT :: RELIANCE It will be one of the leading Coal Mining Centres of Alber. A lot of money baa been inveated in a modem plant. Fire been diacovered in rztensive qnantitiea, and its nae that Beliance �ill be a great indastrial centre. RELIANCE LOTS An now on the market. They sell from 150 to 1300 a lot, according to location. 10 CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT And tea per oent. a month will handle other payments. One of the beat opportunities to invest yonr money and reap big ntams. Reliaaoe is bound to grow. Write or call on- T. E. PATTESON Ott Block LBTHMUDGB. ALBERTA -For fnrther particnlars. I H WOULD NOT MARK BAUiOT. wlio attamptod itt aleot bimanlf preai-dnrt. TIm aans report haa it that thaaa locate will appeal to Um ntor. national Board 4farouf4t PntUJejii MitClHll. XO.O.O.O.on.on, � vc:o:o:o.o;o.o.o,c;o:o.c CeiDbrMfle Iron morks Co� UL Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Pipe Bar Iron Valves BOIL-EIR REIPAIRS OF A COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Miacrt* Toole^ KINDS Babbit Metal Rambling Reveries By a Obbameb. If you will try a� hard to wan /our boy'b love aa you as one t'.me did to win Ms motber'a, you will attain to a po�ilAon of influence in hishoart wliich w Is Area faXlura because it someiiuuM causes loss and sulferinf? Is commerce a failure because all do not eueoeed in it? Are railroads a failure because accidents occur? Is the atibospbere a failura because of wind storms? Is human "ikiciety a failure because of a f�w evils tn it? Is ed> ucation a failuro because some Ok not turn knowledge to good account? Are all human relaitions failures because ail find not perfect bappin.i�s in themrr Quoationa like the forego-tog could be oontinued IndefloiteKv, but it to very evident marrtag* is no more a failure than any of the tMng-.t tJhow nwniloned. What wouM hue undertaken, lett they prove a hasty bofh-woCk. The journey ia vot made in a cushion m1 ear biH on foot and the moat galling ia vexatious and worrj'ing caro. Steady walking ought not to tire any healthy body or aoul. It to Ihi) o\'er�train�d rush whether (in business or atudy, thaA breakn people down; especially the insane greed for wealth or the mad amrbition. goading bra.n and nerves to a fury. The shattered nerves and sudden deaths in all our business centers tell a sad story. A good.rule is to take short' views. Suffloient to the day to the evil thereof: 00 man is atrong eootigb to bear to'da>''s load, wUh to-mor-. row's loaid piled on top of it. A WORD FOR THE BOY. A boy at fifteen years of affe,* is in our opinion, at the moat important period of his life. He ia at tho forks of the road. What he n�>i� more than anything else to syni|>a.thy and advice. It would be etraage. m-deed, ft boys did not build eaatlea in Spa'in �vt that age, and what they noed ia the practical suggestion of aomeone, who is himself a sucoesa in life to �uida hin. Moat pe�plt think that boys do hot need eittan sympathy or advice. It is a graal mistake. Ihey need it as much at Kirla I have nevor knowi. one them to refuse to take adv;ee If it were tendeind to them.ai the right t:roo. In the right place and hi the right apirit. Tha mlatake that moet people make in talking to boya Is that' they Icctuna tnam Iei aea^bO and out. persecute them r'ith ail. sorts of foolish suggeations. and expect more from them than thuy would from a man. If I had auy word of counsel to give it would b�: Uon't lecture a boy. Don't hax him. Don't peraacuta h'.m if ha has done wrong Don't laugh at him 11 he has failed, perhapa in eon* over-ambitfioua boyish schemes. Don't crush Mm. Don't break hto spirit. Uive the boy a chanea. Show .tint his mietake, and then show Wtm what he should do. When you cniah a hoy'a spirit yot| have ruiWNi'tha toj -In all pi^obabillty he will hloaaom into a Urst-claas dude. ' Here it is! WHAT? Why, the very thing you have been looking for as a Christmas gift! Liphardfs Swell Stock FINEST CUT GLASS OF ALL KINDS-Nothing wiU appeal to your wife mora than a Cut Olasa preient. CHINA-BaatitifQl deaign. baat make. We oany a atook that will ajppeal to the taate of the moat critical woman. JEWELRY-WeU. that ia whera we ahine. The Watehea. BiiiKB. Bimoelata. Chaina, NecUaoea, that we will ahow yon, will oonvinee yon that Liphardt's is the Place to Buy Call early and make your selection. w.c. H. M. Bhaw haa been elected r.l ;tace overNer of Nanton. I4UERAL Ef^BCTEO. E. H. Riley. Ukeral. was ^ted in tha provtaeial by��toetiea in aielcheii by 100 majority over W.L. WaHh. Conservative. NOW A BVSSATpn. UoQ. Qeo. W. Roas, former Pnkntler of Ontario, haa teen called to Senate of Canada. the A SUPREME COURT JUDGE. Judge Cleawnta. ol Grand Fork*, B.C., haa beta made a Bupremr CouH Judge of British Columbia.