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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THi LlTHiRIOOI DAILY H1RALD TMUMDAY. 18. A LITTLE Br CBOME APPLCtON to par tfcfc atfft barm: TJfli QtJICKLY, PjWUAJfHWl'LT. CASB oy ALL QUACK iTOW. FAMILY ON CXTCtM ALL. FAILS. farmer mar- ket. and wat In depart He told the painters that they mult coa- his wife; if were willing, they could paint the tigm, and ke drove away. The farmer supposed that feis wife was in the house, but ihe had gone to her daughter's a short 'distance away across the fields. The eiga-painterB, fladlag it ta the house, put up their ladders began ta black board side of the long, Probably they had had if the farmer's wife were williag; so muck time were it sat not wffllttg, and tiga were when she appeared, they arbi- trate. Mrs. looking from wii- dow of her datfhtor't heuee, saw tie at work. Calling her wa- in-law aftd Major, the that had accompanied her, the hastened U interview- Ths> black daubers had planned, paint the sign .ia, to save and labasy Waea Mrs. ar- rived BLOFJ-S THH -WORST QTJACK.STUFP OX BAKTH. gooi' on Mrs, Speace. "Putting up a sign." "I see ye be! "Who give ye leave "Man-wa met In the front just's he was dri-riag "Don't b'liere he said ye could It "thout me4 sech thingJ" Mrs. discovered tho Im- port of the sia-a on ths bara nearly double as she laughed. "Wust on earth! Wai, ef thet ain't therlivin' truth I hed some o' thet stuff, it near killed I was 'f raid ter throw later ther field there rest ea't, for iher ehiokens might git it I just burrted "When we paint the rest- it be an to the "Bon't Wftrt Not "Of course wa eipaet te "Wet enwther dab." saw that H mw te and ho raised a lad- der and sterteo1 to get a pet of' paiM. Spence, a t-6 ker soa-ln-law. "taloe an' Mntt QriWere barnJ Te fee BOOTS OA tHer yt won't take cast we can't It tkal "Tell What our om it ter us! BSf ye covered it w4tfc mon' 'twould be eur dtnen's. To "Boft't ye me'. I why we'd ortsr pervide a ba.m fe? ye tett ther trath but ttfeni letterall look better'n er black an' I lifco ter her ther bora knoV "bout thet 'ere EluJT 'CM stuff." "We'll paint over with white "Te can't! 'Twon't' be dry till ter- morrer." "Well rub off the blacfe and "Te pack right off! Tret's ctir sign! I like it! Fust time I ever knowed anybody ter tell ther truth 'bout ther atuft." "We'll rub out, paint over white, and give you two dollars." "Git off 'a ther "Give you ftve dollars." "Be er-tcovin'." "Give you ten dollars." "Frank, ye harness ther colt an' go fer ther sheriff! ril "Give you Qttscn "Hurry, Frank." "Give ycr.i dollars." "Frank, f .ell ther tsr bring Bis deperty: 3ech these be's likely ter be "Give you twenty-five dollars." 1! let's aee ther File of Steel Shapes. At Baycnne, N. J., there Iss what Is said to be "'the largest pile of steel whfch. ftas been sot to- gether in this "country. The p'lo weijh? about sixty tbcmsttad pounds is es- timated to ba wortk- Tire, of metal is- feet 35 high jtniJ Sa feel wifie.- It factureS at aBtTM? for tllft ftf acf 2aatr er at New forfc Tl cars to to it WM run orar Jar- Central tfee Thy art painted-- treated wltH tMcSr coatlR-- of Iea.1 aad oil to prevent Its- injured b.f ;he. elesnerrts. of It ex- posed to tSe weather for a- yea-r and sKows no bad e-iSscts. Alrrady ths tower plcccB, H4 have been away for ani It U th'al tVa win ha-3 entire- ly disa'rrpeared wfMn two moftihu. V la Enjjand, tkera aro over sixty s 13 oetogajMyrians, and one a Gf' old Ia4r EXPERTS Little Nelly told little Anita what she termed a "little fib." fib is lac same as a story, anfl. story ig the as a! lie." it's not." it is, because my fa- ther said so, and my father is a pro-j fcssor at the university." 4oa't care if he is. Mf father is a man, ho more about lying than your ImUwr." THE GREAT CLOTHIERS Calgary and Lethbridge Opposite the Balmoral in the New Alberta Block THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE CREAT WEST AND THEIR GREAT THE GREAT CLOTHIERS MacLeod Bros. Calgary and Lathbridge Opposite the Balmoral Hotel in the New Alberta Block XMAS OR souncl and sufficient reasons we are conducting one of the most genuine SALES that this city has ever seen. Our over-flowing stock makes it imperative that we sell quickly; We are expecting the new fixtures for our new store to arrive at any time now, and we need the room for their installment. There is another and hetter rea- son, however, for putting forth the REAL THING in bargain offers. We are anxious to get hetter acquainted with the men of Lethbridge. We are are desirous of them knowing that we carry a high-class and UP-TO-THE- MARK GRADE of Furnishings, and the motto we conduct business under is "The Reasonable Price and the Square Deal." We know of no better time to become acquainted than the Holiday Season, and we know of no other time when bargains are better appreciated. TAKE ADVANTAGE' OF A RARE OPPORTUNITY-TO-MORROW IS THE DAY TO ACT HIGH Strong in the desire to give you something that you will remembers by we are making a killing in a grade of suits which we have no hesi- tatiion in saying is remarkably rare. For FIFTEEN DOLLARS we are of-faring a select line of the well-known Broadway Brand whch at any other time sells for and per suit. This is a rare it. XMAS BOX SUGGESTIONS For the real thing in Xmas presents you cannot'do better than pick out of these articles. They are sensible and; useful gifts for gentlemen. Neckwear, 50c, 65c, and Toe. 'Mufflers, silk lining, 60c, Toe, 90c, 11.50, Silk Handkerchief Mufflers, 25c, 50c, 65c, T5c, Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, 65c, 75c, Soc. Silk Suspenders, in fancy boxes, tad Heavy Winter Overcoats Here is a chance you should jump at. Even should you not require an overcoat it will be good speculation to get one for net year. Inn All Fur, Fur-Lined, and a variety of others. We can truthfully say this is the most oppor- tunity that wiil present itself to you. We have t few genuine beaver overcoats whish reguJarly sell at whioh for this week onlv will ftO at Fur-Lined the best quality of gsnulwe .Haddssfleld shell, Eastern rat fining, and Ho. 1 Labradtr Otter (Totter, whfcfc usually sells at this week only, as a HMWay they will go at XMAS BOX SUGGESTIONS The excellence of quality in comparison with the price of these articles makes hem par- ticularly alluring, and they are Gloves, fur, silk and fleece lined, 3.1.50, and Fur Gauntlets'and -Mitts, and Smoking and House Jackets, up to Bath Hobes, and The Great Clothiers of the Great West FTJRNISHERS TO MEN WHO KNOW LETHBRIDGE -LITTLE BOBBIE'S PA B7 WILLIAM F. KIRK WM UR to eur about a waf tm the flat rlgbt our ftat, wu all time pliylafi. Pa cairn hoam ek had a alw, looked Poor deer, Mau Pocr How hard rou do work, Ma; sad, ft bow few thoughts I U hours of faithful AOTTH IB that horrid offia. I ycu uy to-day, when I was feelinj scrry 'for you, thay sed you kad out, but that you would be rite Mr poor darling, sed mt, you irurt take a long vacashun sun of tfeesis days. It must be terribul strain en you, this con-stant thought. Pa looked at Ma kind of furoay. Fa isent heerinc Ma talk nat way k looklftir at ber. Do you it? ted Pa, tin-ally. Of courte I ncea ft ie4 Ufa. knight wich calm Jb took to en-chanted palace, yttre IB firit in my tbouffht. yva I hare Mred, Ka- ted, A ytm I tball die. ted Kar I wish that up starei wuA rtop awar. ft fire you a rest. t that youax that we reit. It a young uked Fa. Bbe It, Ha. Vaijr Pa Mked, WeU, Ma, the is fAfised broilei- age, but stlU retains traeet of her girlJsb. bvtyv ok? Ma ted. Nevrer sed Pa. I ETC up stares to iaterrofait her '..ii-i.v Kbe leeres herself play the- pluy at of the -nlte, I cslr much, sed Pa, if she played tbe eld classick peecea, LLrst1! Rap- tedas or Ime to baami in Twilight, but if the is ImTing wife, I want to -knew The worst thing' that plaW; eed'' Bfa. -which gits on my aerres, 4sJl Love you M I Newer Loved T ain't Tary keen for thai rapsody, sed Ma, I wish she Trud it out Did the ting that awful ballad? ted Pa. That oM Walt till I up staret ber about it In the pla4t. Fa it it not good Irrfok. That ttvJC about Since first I met a rank to the ttw ft Fa sed, that Cum IUT, cr dreaoi Aa aH the bmb bMpM. Pa A trxs Ma kef talking me the Twnff wiob. wat up ft waa. I bet father wtit ber down ft Ikk. good ft Tkat Ma, respect Ee certainly tor anybody wieh hama mr dt mlad, Ma, I bare jrtu. he IB a littel bit wUd. a kind ft aart wtob, beets neetli his vest, ft alwarji trying to the best ba for yom ft Is a awful rouMdw. I admit, Ka ft ke Ufl of Ihity ft taim (f) wea git a (1) prloe. ,ot a tis- gel'li-hashiim, but is all rite, Ma A A BIO to IUT him Miteb. will down etarofl im a nuinait. Ma Bed, ter having ofctled that playing lady thta wo will both tell him how joed ho is to ui. Who is that simgiag? eed Ma, all of a sudiL- ing. It was This bo singing: I luv you as I aevrer lured bee-for.r. Since first I raet you on the villaga green. Cum to oust agsea or all is cer, I luv you as I luved you wen we TVOS sweet sii-teea Then Ma rapped hard onn the sieesi pipe A Pa caita rite down stares. Ma is going up to see the young lady pliao player herself, to-morrow morn- i Rare Tablet Unearthed. A rare tablet telling of history's dawn, and said to indicate civiliza- tion older tfaaa that of Egypt, has just been unearthed from Chaldea. It is held 07 ne less aa autho-rity than. Prof. Friederich ds Litzsch, the fa- mous Germaa AsayrioJogist. to bslor.a to the oldest hieroglyphic period, is taken as as indication '-thai Chal- dean civilization may hnTe precedsi the Egrptiaa. Os tba are a number of piQiographa, by means of A student of Assyriolosr, V. S. Kiel, it it of the rarest finds la yo-ira. and opens up a nsuok ceniing Cbe wndi-ist man. Sereoai nallaaaiuras sa hurt ually cftvelopfid Ista tha aria or wedge ters. Luck of The angler v.-ho with a birch or reed pcce joints or roe! plr.iu worms for bait still catohfij f.oii. Caa of the f.fiest trout thai has been Laiei from- Ffshins Caluniiita ocunty. in recent years ny George of iisLius for suckers. It was a brook trout raessurhiT 23 inches acd wa.3 caustt a reed polfe a red vcrai a MISTAKES WILL HAPPEN Lady (to her sister, a cooked a meal for the first time and I made a mess ol it." "Well, -dear, never mind, it's noth- ing. I lost mv first patient." METHOD IN THEIK do so many otherwise silly letters to f" "They're probably'making tions ike answers they t ;