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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 794 E. TRADING CO. Specials for Xmas We have a fresh slock of canned g'oods. Hest brands only, at (he lowest price, Onr stock of Xnias Fruits is Choice Eating Figs Lame riiisUTs of Muscatel Unions of i lie finr-r flavor. Ci'iTauis and Candied IVcls thai cannot be excelled All vaneiies of Xm< for the children. hoth and young. We have 14 varieties of apple-- to from at 81.80 to per ease. Large ripe Pears for dessert nt 75 per case. Come and inspect our Xmas stockings. full up to overflowing -with all kinds of good things, direct from Santa Clans from 5c to S'2.00. Don't Forget the Address 13th St. Phone your orders early to avoid disapoiut- nient. Acceptable XMAS GIFTS You will always find a com- plete and well selected stock at our store, but we have something special for the Christmas Season. Prices and Quality will bear comparison. This year we have a very fine assortment of Suit Cases. Travel- ling Bags. Trunks. Mits. Cloves. Holies. Saddles. e manufacture our own liar- ness. A. EASTON, Ltd. Wholesale and Retail H A R N E S S SADDLERY BUT there is a better thing than the observance of Christmas Dav, and thai is, keepino- f -D Christmas. Are you willing to forget what you have done lor other people, and to remember what other people have done for you; to ignore what the world owes you. and to think what you owe the world; to put_ your rights in the background, and your the middle distance, and your chances to do a little more than your duty in the foreground; to see that your fellow men are just as real as you are, and_try to look behind their faces to the hearts, hungry jfor joy; to own that probably the only good reason for your existence is not what you going tu get out of life, but what are you going to give to hie: to dose your book of complaints "against the management of the universe, and look around you for a place where you can sow a few seeds of happi- you willing to do these things even for a day Then you can keep Christmas. Are you will- ing to stoop down and consider the needs of little chil- dren to remem- ber the weakness and loneliness of people are growing old: to stop asking how much your friends love you, and ask yourself whether you love them enough: to bear in rnind the things that other people have to bear on their hearts: to try to understand what those who live in the same house with you really want, with- out waiting for them to tell you; to trim your lamp so that it will give more light andless smoke, and to earn- it in front so that your shadow will fall behind you; to make a grave for your ugly thoughts, and a garden for your kindly feelings, with {he gate vou willing to do these things even for a day? Then "vou can Keep Christmas. Are you willing to believe that love is the strongest thing in the than hate stronger than evil, stronger than that the Dlessed life which began in Bethlehem nineteen hundred years ago is the image and brightness of the hternal Lover Then you can keep Christmas. And il you keep it for a day, why not always? But you can never keep it Dyke. Not in success and noise and triumph does the soul grow; when the body reioices. when the mind is prodigal 01 seed, the spirit sits within in a darkened chamber, like a folded chrysalis in a faint dream But when triumphs have no savor, when the cheek grows pale, and the eye darkens, then the dark chrv- sahs opens, and the rainbow wings begin to spread and grow, uncrumpling to the sun ot paradise." THERE is a tine art which is much neglected among us, and that is the art of living together, not so much the art oi" the wife living with her husband, or a husband with his wife, art of being a smooth-running wheel in the great machin- ery of the art of not squeaking, or slipping a cog. or stripping the gearing, or other- wise disturbing the harmony of the huge engine of humnn life. fe Nor is it odd that this art is neglected, when you come to think of it, for most people are ignorant of the existence of such a craft, and if imbrmed of K declare it of no importance. But this is not so, for the man who studies into its necessities discovers that it covers the whole ground of domestic science. The man who is clever enough to under- stand that unless he makes a good citizen he cannot expect good government, will also be shrewd enough to see that unless he makes a good son he cannot expect harmony in his father's house. And if these t w o important facts are compre- hended, he will not need to be told that to make a good husband will ensure the happi- ness ot one woman, and to be a good father will round out his share of the responsibility i n the balance of the universe. He has earned his right to live, move, and have his being to- gether with" his iel low-beings, for he has successfully learned the diffi- cult art of living mous. A FAMILY FRIE.VI No man is made only for him- self and his own private affairs, but to serve, profit and benefit others. A (Christmas COME. 0 Thou Prince of Peace, and dwell within us this holy Christmastide. Enter the busv mans, the crowded wars, the quiet homes and humble abodes of men. and touch every human heart that all may know Thy great love, and in'its fellowship and peace tear good-will and charity to an mankind Show unto all the precious hope thai dawned on the'first Christmas Day, and help each to accept the gm of eternal life through Thee. Look in mercy upon the needy ones and free every soul from the bondage of sin and the darkness of doubt. Grant hope and cheer and joy to all on this blessed Christmas Day, and let happiness everywhere among men because of the Babe cradled m the manger at Bethlehem. Bless us in our and receiving. Give us thankful hearts in the perfect gut. and let the star of peace arise in everv darkened soul and all hearts give back the tram of the angel song, "Glory to God in the est. and on earth, peace and goodwill amonp- men Christmas Suggestions Ahmi Hand ni.-uiieiiis. Picture Fnuncs. 1'in nivs, Fancy Noir r.MjKTs. Cases. Fountain Pens. (iifi Hooks. New Novels, Toy Hooks, Dolls Games Blocks and (Iran opliones second 10 none. See our line hefore buying vonr Xinas Presents. Keniemher our Cards. Calendars, and Booklets. Robertson's Book Store 1st Store West of Union Bank, 3rd Ave. Phone 1265 M. K. KAAKE LETHBRIDGE'S LEADING TONSORIAL ARTIST Is now personally comlnrting a ihree-chair business in Alex- andra Morel Shop Hair Cutting a Specialty. Duu.h Cms 50 cents Crown Tailoring and Cleaning Works HIGH-CLASS TAILORING Everything Cleaned ty our French Dry-Cleaning Process. ind we gmramee that no article v.-il) shrink or fade in the least We Clean Everything. All Work Strictly First-Class. We rail for and deliver work to any part of the city Phone 474. Cor. Burdett and Redpath Streets E. H. HATCHER, Proprietor. ineisber we carry a large as- sortment of Sulk Odors and would be glad to supply you v.-ith. any quantity you may ask for. Fancy Perfume Atomizers and "Sachet Pcwders rescripton Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON Sherlock Block Phone 1232 COME TO OUR STORE AND BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. AND THEN YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WJLL BE GLAD TO GET THEM. DGINT'T THROW MONEY AWAY ON NO-'COUNT TRASH. BUY SOMETHING THAT IS COMMON SENSE. OF COURSE, WE HAVE PRETTY THINGS THAT WILL PLEASE TKE WIFE. "HIM" AND THE CHILDREN a for e w o. way get PAY YOU IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO DO fer Company, MM ACADtA ELOCK North Yard, Sfcl Yard, Phvns