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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r t, Some purse-proud fellow Invented the phrase "Money Talks," and innumerable toadies chorused it. But I'll tell you what DOES talk these days-fairly screams, in fact-rvlz., the prices marked on my stock of Christmas goods. My stock was NEVER so well assorted, so required to meet the wants of EVERYONE, so moderate in priceas now. Why the latter? Because this year I have largely avoided the "middleman's" profit and given you the full benefit. Even yet I have ample storage for purchases ahead, but COME NOW for everything required to make your friends enjoy Christmas by your kindly remembrance. Don't forget the Kiddies-I haven't. Neither have 1 forgotten how to in satisfactory work, at satisfactory prices. Frame Pictures Santa Glaus' Headquarters The Picture Framer Lejthbridge, Importer of Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Stationery, etc. Taber, Alta. x, . jL�jojvi(irm-frf'f**^'*****v'*'^'^^ O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property hatchTcoons, AGENTS ---And also General Real Estate Dealers---- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With us. With our States connections we can probably reach more buyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO^_y*JKHY?- Became of oy M[rp;;i>y--'^ff^i7riin suit you in price, quality and PmMf �i!!i[�linid and unimp^rovetl-irrigable and non-irrigable luidi-oity and town properties. -I r Gifts for SmoKers! Christmastido offers no better opportunity than can be-found in the EI Ambar cigar. Our line of these favorites embraces all sizeSj nnd there is not one but what would bo reassured and prized by ony " lover of the weed." WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes. FOR SALE DO YOU WANT BIG RANGE CHEAP MAJESTIC HOTEL RANGE jVmdb Plate Nop, 8 holes, No. 9, ' Jam, dvan, good repair, complete 'iHtIi 89��noii Boiler Attach :ai��t. WiU tell Oiia Range at r of mtittta .ii dead. The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a remier! � It is the BEST. HERALD PTG. CO. AOBNT5 Rambling Reveries By A Dbeameb. TO HUSBANDS. Always complain of tjcing tired, ad renjembcr that no^ojly else get.s tirod. Vour wife should have everything iti readiness for you. but you should not do anything for hor. When your wife asks for monsy give her a nickel, ask h�r what she wants with it. and when she tells you ask her if she can't do ivHhout it. Then go do\*Ti town and spend t�n times the amount for, cigars, for t'hey arc a necessity. Oo down town for an evening, stand around on the street comers and talk politics; it's more J::.ti,�8t-ing tJiati^tO-Sta;. at honiei with your family. Charge your wife not to gossip, but you can spin all the yams you wish. Have your wWe get up and niake the fires, but don't get up yourself until the rest of the family are ont-ing breakfast, as you might take coM. W�ar old clothes and make yourself OS untidy as possible, until your Hfe's heoltb begins to fail: Hior it would bo test for you to fix upsoine. for in all probability you will want another when she is gone. Have a smile for everybody you meet, but get a frown on before you go home. and yound husl>anUs and brid^is ara preparing for our kindest thought turn to them. A happy, homo is a crying need for cvcryono. The world may abuse and wrong you but, if j'ou have a homo whopo virtuu peace and plenty roign, you can defy noblest functions-peace nuist roign supreniti in iho hearts oi its oceu -pants. Ijct UH try to nmkc our homes wl-tractive aud pk�asant. Ivikc the sunshine that each year sheds its the world. Let It rage and howl ! strengthening rays on tho tender abroad as it may; in the sunny home flowers, nursing them to life and 'circle you can sing "IjbI iho Storms! beauty, that peers through the half Oomc Down. " This delightful un- curtained windows, that tints tho chorage hp of your own con - evening clouds �^ith golden glory, so struotion. (Xher people ca' around their brow a glorious halo of memories of a happy childhood homo. Woman achieves her greatest triumphs when she fulfills the will of her Creator. She was created to be the helpmate, not tho rival of man. They are to work as one, neither striving to take the position which belongs to the other. Wptnan is to be tho queen in the qvftet andpcaco-ful domain of homo. Ye>t tho fact thait sho is at home docs not mean that sho has no influence on the progress of the world outside tho home. The ideal that is formed at our mother's home is tha highest we will form in alt our lives. KINO OF ALL COUOH REMEDIES. The one subject that never grows tiresome, tho �tar which is never dimmed, the song wh'ich novor loses its eweett^B, ia sung of homo. The subjoot ia immortal. Home, emblematic of rc�t, retirement, peaco nnd love. All sacred relations of life resolve about the contie there. Home is when! life's highest objocta ought Carry a lull basket and bo ton- jto be studied and acted. Otir holies may ho-Povorty,. but it wo try a -riglit uur souls may rise in sltodow and sunshine, brightened, and softened into i>eauty, wbirJi others may discern. Those.who �r.ould makehome happy tnuet reiuonlber to fulfill '.ts Mr. R. n. Ca.%, a ma/il cartut teon years, says: "We haw tried many cough medicines for citoup, but Chamberlain's Cough Ilcnnlv is of all and one to be reHed upon every time. We afso And it the romedy for cpuiths and colds, giving certain rosultff and leaving no bad after rtltects." Poc sale by All Druggists. -- IMPROVEMENTS TO COALDALE. An old church in Belgium decided to ropoir its propartics and employed an artist to touch up an old pain-ting. Upon presenting bis bill the conunittce in charge refused payment unless the wei-o specified, whareupon ho prewmted tho items as follows: To correcting tho Ten Comments.............................. St, .1.12 Emlwntsfiing* "r6fft1us* j� *"t6^ - � i/ nnd putting riWions in his bonnet...................... 02 Pirtting now tail on the rooster of St. Peter nnd n>e�ding his comb .......... 2.20 Repluming and gilding the left wing of tho gtiarding ongcl ........................... 5.18 Wasliing tho servants of tho high priest and putting car mine on their checks r�.02 Renewing heaven, adjus'tiitg the stars and clean.nS up tho moon..................... 7.14 Touching up purgatory and ref^toring lost souls ....... .1.00 Robordering the robes of Herod and adjtisting his wig .............................. 2.73 Taking the 8|K>ts oft the son of Tobies..................... 4.00 Cleaning Balaam's ass and putting on one shoe ......... 1.70 Putting ear rings in Sarah's ears.............................. 1.71 Putting a new stone in David's sling; enlarging tho car of Goliath, and extending Saul's logs ......... 0.13 Decorating Noah's ark, and putting a head on Shem 4.31 Mending the shirt of tho Prodigal Son, and clean-inb his car .................. 3.89 PHONE If! wiuTi yon iiml a CAB To go to the station or brii friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONBI J. G. Wiesai Next ih'of 'to Sjhwo itzer'i HAICERV, REDPATH STREET. OPERA HOUSi TWO NIGHTS, BEGINNINi Friday, Dec. 21st Harold Nelson AND Clifford Lane Brud And an Excellent Supporting Company. RUBBING IT IN. At this aeo-son of the year when wedding liolls are sounding in the air Extensive improvements to tho Coaldale^ hotel are to be made in the early part of the year. An od -d'ition is to bo built at the rear, i which will accommodate a large and improved office,, The preient par  I tit ion laetiwoen the bar and ofBco will j bo taken down and tho entire space |V-ill be used as a bar. It is quite possible another storey will i>o added to the building an at present theiv is not suiflcient nccomnkodat* ion for the Coaldalc's increasing trade. Frank  I�avrtt has tooen olecteil pi�s;dent of the Cardeton fair. "An do tex' say," remarked tho old colored parson. " 'An' he shall sep'rate tha sheep from the goots.' Now, brudrtn and sistern- Ah ain't castin' no 'Hox&huns on dis congrc-gatioshiui, but knowiin' hit as Ah does Ah's willin' to bot four dollars dat w^hcn do day ob judgment dono rolls eround dar will be somethln' doin- in do goat market. A, Hislop, MP.P., has Jjeon nominated as the Literal candidate for the Commons in Eo�t Huron. A. Southard asks you io seo the silkoA Semi-Ready label on tba in-bVide of pockets of coo/t*, trquaers and overcoats. FRIDAY The Prisoner of Zenda? SATURDAY A Soldier of Fortune PRICES..........1.00 and 76o Seats on sale at Higinbotbam'a Drugstore. ED. PULLEY For Pine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, one door sbath of the Army Barmcks. PbMWork a 0 ;