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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH8RIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1908 BABY'S VALUE And when she's in her crib at nieht, and cosily tucked in. The wealth of Croesus couldn't buy the dimple in her chin- And as she blinks her roucish eyes to play at peeVt-a-boo. She me a fortune with each archly-spoken coo. And though shs has no fortune- am sure you will ae She's a fortune, more thar. money, to her mother and :o me. She sits among her dolls and toys, and doesn't seem to care It wealth is all in rosy cheeks and locks of curly hair- She toddles up to me. and, lilt; a fay. will write A cheque drawn on love's bank with just her glances sweet and bright. And when she puts her sa't arms round my neck and coos She isn't worth j fortune, and she hasn t any stocks; Her wealth is all in little shoes and pinafores and frocks. In little rings of curling hair and big. blue, laughinj? eyes. In leaves and TMSS. and buds and flowers, and bees and butterflies. But when she come-j in tired from play and crawls up on my knee. She's worth a hundred millions to her mother and to me. She's worth uncounted millions to her mother and to me. the new Book Store j IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR J Xnuis PresentsI The latest Copyrights at Publishers1 Prices. The Poets in Leather and Cloth in small and J jarye edit ions. Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books. Toy Hook-; in sixes, at all ami all tin 1- ci them. Hoys' and Own, Churns. Voiing; Canada and Chatterbox, etc. Christmas Cards and Calendars. Our line of 25c Boxed Calendars is very popular, and the Art Calendars are admired by all. Come early. FANCY GOODS stock is larger and prettier than ever. A few lines are our Brass Goods, Tapestry China, Inlaid Wood, Pictures and Photo Frames. (iiir Burnt Leather Goods are just tin- tiling to send away to your friends, ilow about a box of the Latest Style in Note Paper. very use- ful. FOR THE LITTLE ONES we have Toys. Dolls. Hlocks ami (iames. MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Victor and Columbia (rramophoncs and Double Records. Kdison Phonographs and Kecords, Vio- lins. Accordions. Autoharps. Mouthorjrans, etc. Sheet have the latest at and 10, The Special prices at Publishers'