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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta nd of the m brisonONxon i mms BUGGY GOMPETITION HURRY UP! There are now only 40 chances left, so you^ll have to hur^y 1 The draw will positively take place on Feb. 11th, in Oliver'si Hall at 8ip. m. shiarp, immecliately preceding Town Band Dande. The draw will be conducted by a gentleman of known integrity viz, Major Burnett, which ^ill be a sufficient guarantee that il will be conducted in a fair and ^uare manner. The public are cordially ed to be present^ especially holding coupons. Last chance to secur^ the Buggy. ?ash must Ju:comp^y each coal order. ihvit-those RamUlDg feverles Bt a Dbkambk. The fool dostro^'ii hia own hcaKilo drinking to tho lio�Hh of dii|�f put thrsugii your kouM mmI' av^U ia-tetlmu diWMM. fevers mti^ltmmy of the diMMWM tiwt cone fjnpi^ toad BfeBitetion aad plumbint. l^jf^ mn reair 1/ ' c.w.orJ\y oooD wbitus von oibioil)0r ia your h�Ht fHMnd. Haw BOthiBc io do with (irki �'>ho aaub their p�reate. Tril the pleeauiteet thlnga you kaow -whea %t bmIb. Oo not wtpeot your brother to be M dainty as � girl. Bxerciae aad never try to look as if you wcra tieHcaie in health. Introduoe every new �oquaint�noo to your mother, aa aoon as poasieaaiu>y to got Bvried. There ia plenty of room for (rfri BMida, and thsy era oftnn happier thao wives. fiajoy the pleaauren provided tor you. by your panente to the fulleot extent. They will like that as a reward liotiler than any otbor. Moat fttthem aro inclined to owr-indulge their daughters. Maim it impoHsihle for your father to apoil you by fairly roturninK hie devotion and afleotioB. ~ Kevcr thiak you caa afford to bo dowdy at bone., deaBliniha. heAr well drceatd. and a'anile will make calico look like eilk the eyea of a father or brotter. Do not quarrel witM your brother, do aot preach to* him, and do not coddle him. Make hiih your friend ��d do net expect himi to be your �ervaat, nor let him expect you to be his. tiDB'i call your mother "old woBHUt." We oKcn heur that from young BMi. Stop and think how it; sotiads. Old lady ia bad cnoush but the "oM vootan" applied to her w|k> lave you life and nursed your iafaacy, la rwta and unkind. Once ifa was "Mother. I'm hungry, mother need my Jaeiet. mother put my dtaaer" and nwny Isuch thiaga. aad Bwthor would sproad the bread with bwtter aod^stow away the luncheon with her heart brimming with BOec-tioa for yuu. Mow, ia aho the old womaa? # Wot out as far as possible, all the disHgrwable thiiiKS of life; they will come but they will grow iBrq.?!' ns yo� rcmenib�i- thoni, anj conirtant 'thjiight of tho^ift.s ol iin>ai'i>e.s.f. or worsi' still, uunifo, will only txnnl to makf you iiioro itiiniliar with ihsm. Ol>lit i-vcrything ilissngiw-ttblo from yestcr(l�.\') start* out with a cKtoii .shtMt for toiiaj', wrUo u|>on it for swoc'l uwiiuiry's sake only thoss thih,3s ihnt are lovcilyund InvnMc. THK POOH. The cold weather of th3 week that is pas\ haa sot us all to thinking of 'the povr. We wonder to hov- ifm'iiy of us the woary. dreary phase of hopolcsi* puvi'rty is anything nioro than a roniance. Sitting in ourwarm (ukI comfortable honifs, by pleasant flres, with luxurious Ixjtls waitins ioi receive our well ft�d bodies, wc can have no more cuniprshcnsion of what grinding poverty means than an an-'gcl in. the full giliory of paradise can know of the dceijes't depths of hades. Think of it! No fuel. Absolutely none. No lied, but piled up rugs; Htitic children, wailing with cold aiKl hopie^wl with hunger; closets bare as oM Mother Hubbard's; smells that roach higta,hoIlV^cn in their foulness. And in tholr dupth of-.poverty, to which even oiir inuginatlons can scarcely, descend lies a lurking curse like the wild beast in its lair. Tba sordidness of poverty cats out the soui of a man as a tiger drinks i>]ood. Brutality, apathy, tho cruelty of fiends, arc begot whan pride and^ antaition die utterly. Would that our charities could strike deep, er, sock to hunnonize as well as feed, encourage and roananate as well as clolba. ^We arc all of us apt to Igiu'th-er our skirts almilt us, hold our noses and avert our eyes while wc hdiid but" our gnrnwnts und our bread. Illcssed bo the soul Ih.vt is inspired enough to go down into the shadows and lend a helping band To lie very poor and yet carry a clean life and ko3p aUve auiibi'tiion and hoiie is like swking to set a whito rose growing in Ihu bosoin of a coal pit. Is made in Candft bj, CtaailiM vorkiMB for Canadian ate. We cany  ftdlatoeksiMiiNially low prices. Central Hardware Store APPRECIATION. At a recent natrriage anniversary aa ttppreciati^-e husband tfius �d-drasaas his wife: "To you, my wife- aa I renew tho past I oni 'rsmitndod thatthrough all thaae years you have bean , ft.^' true, teithful aad loving motheT. ever ready with � word of eoGouragcnent in the'darkest hours, always wllUag to bear more than your abara of life's burdens, making many saeriOoea for my own aad otir children's bappiaess and comfort.and I feol that surroundod by the per -plaaitics and vexations of a busy life I nkiy have failed to show to you my Appreciation of your miiny virtue." I Lumber Co., Ltd. leeestort to George Rogeril': les of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail aaCT'wt'i!r.w^'!.%tiy.i'g'i>8sss8aissaawg.ss^^ Lumber' Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath I Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts 1 Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. posure and lack of food. The trninp north by Consitablcs Stark and Shand was an exooisding-ly hard one. They were unprovided with snow shoes and this nicuk! the journey much,more difficult. The second party had this convenience and i their trip �iis rendered consiflerably morc easy. EXCn A NO IX G T .\ KE S4. First ConMlvDrcial Traveler- "Sin-gtilar,' isn't it, that when a man's arm w amputated ha can feel an ache in the place whore it used to 1;�>'' � Second T. -"I can tell you sonKithing nvore singular than that. My wife woke one night while 1 was away, think-'n^' .she h'.-ard a burglar in the roiMn, and she says she was So frl.ihfcmod thwt her teoth chattered in a tumbler on the bureau. If yon with dnyiag or aeriag �C My kiad doM^ call Oil vm. \ We have the lanceak aad, hff^ eqvippad aartaiia basinesf in the oity, with thora�ghly eiparieivlid men inchaige. 1 i All wof-k promptly attaadMl to. Hay a^ Oata of the boat grado for aalo. 1 Goal delivered to all paria of the eityoa abort notice. Western Wveboiise A Trmfer 60., Ud. c()ffice--TFint door south of Open Hooae. Phone 6S. .f��oo,f ��i 01 Mini nniiI Success supposes coadit'ions and praparatioos for it-^e ett:vgy, self-abaqgation weight brings brawn aad breadth aad dignity, atrength, wisdom and skill. We cannot jump safely into aueeeaa; we are likictly to gat hurt and fall back disheartened to where w� helisng. Some try to sixflSed by Jumpiag into their fath -er's abo0a;;but' these shoes do not fit, and'cauaes the youth to walk so aii-kwaid thait he itenerally makes a fool of binMelf. Nearly everything of real worth has to be oarnod. To bo appreciated aAd^'Judi^iovsly . ap -propriatsd, our poaaessions must have cost their value. The toil and struggle and plodding that brings flaia, brings also the inatuo ex-peaience, through discipline, and bard koocka that make up atalwart manhood aad permanent sueaess. L H. ^OWLER & CO. Aft Gsapral 'BladcanlthiM New., bvttimJo Older. OMrrlam paint* kBVHPIUDOB. moo BMMAn. r) Wt-kip JMHT. IMMm Sao. Vt HOW Wn�. Foote and T. H. HiaUmbavii dMr NOT -THB OLD MAN." IIO}-a, whan you speak of your father doa'^ call him the "old naui.' Of eourae yov are �ndsr now than when your were taught to call him father. Vou are much amarterthan you were tbea, you are much more BMBly lookioe. your clothea fH, you hatter, j-our haA haa a modem shape an^ your hair ia combed diltereotly, la short. "Ibw* ihan you wore then. Your father haa a lasi year's coait, a two-yoar-old hat aad a vestofstill older pattern- He can't write such an elegant aoto fs you can and all that hut don't call him ''the old M." Call him father. For years hsihas hem rustling around to got tbiaga, tecsUier, ho has been hekt to the' thorny: path of uphiU industry, aad th* brifhiai* half of lite haa �oae from Mm forewer. But be loves you though be 'goes along without �yiBg much about it, thentforo. ho is not so uogiwtaful or so inoonsid-erata.' "A wise man maketh a good faith-er." 5T0RY JvTllE NORTO^ Mkc Had to SlMOtManto Save Thtmsclvcs. IIAmNKSS. II you would increase your happi'-and proloBff your life, forget your neighbor's >. faults. ForgtH the temptations. Foiiget the faultflnd-ing and Civa liUle thought to the flauw that provoked it. Forast .the pacttliaritiea of your frioads; ami only Moomhsr tha good points thait maks you'fand.of tnem. Forget all personaJ quan^els, or hiatortes thhtt y�u have heard by accident, and which if:repeated, would a�em a ttottMad tines worse than tbey itre. Kdniontbn,' "Jan, 2*.-Crowded into A ''sniall shack that served' as, a stt..re. near the grand oddy on the Macleod river by an insane rancher rianiod Horhback, who riddled fcho walls vith bullets, Ite TOcn whom ho hod chased to their shelter were compelled in self, defence kail or at least incapacitate ths madnsanatKl two >buUetS laid him dead as ho st body of the rancher. Word was sent ahead to tiae Ste Anne of the occurnunoe and this Cdiista>>le Ty ler learned from an Indian runner, who had travollod on foot over the trail. It Was expected that they would reach Lac Ste Anne today o�d hn inquoKt, will either tw hold there or tihe body brought to Edmonton where tho'^ titon wlio were the parti -' elpants in tho homicida will probably be placed on trial. , Tho stock'of .ilornbock is a*so bo-inv brought in from Oraitd Bddy. It consists of 'thirty nwros, ha'if of the original bunch that Homback took north from Oochmne list fal I.  SPORTING GOSSIP i Vou need Bel Calgary Albortan: Mcaitgcr Thyino of Ihs Calgary 'l>ase*jall club is doii�3t good Work in the far east and is tjo-giuuing to get the fast ones for the teaiii. li� writes Secretary Kerby that he expects tolcr of Ih; Ju'to Sir .John Murray, K.C.B., nml Lieu tenant Colonel Alinnic Itied, who ronontly limrriesi Coniiti'issioner Booth-Tucker, is a daug'bler of a fornior acting governor of Ik>n�hay. Tho coininissioner hiirr sctf pssijij^ned a Judgisship in India, Mont- w'lh all the wealth and social posi- hinv gonwry of M-ttkcacld, Mass.; KcUey, tlon attached to it, to-devote who caught for Fall River, New self to Halvatioa Army work. England stitvj losgue, last season; Lady Sorah Sladen is ar SaU-ation- OriHcbU, of Sonicrville, Mass.. who i^t and the Countess Dowa/gcr of has bocn the receivt* forWintfarop in Spai�ald, is a mcnil>3r of the au.vil - the Maine state league,' whero ho iary of the army. Two dauglitcrs of niade a jgood showing. Ho is six Mr. Onslow, late niamljcr of parlia- foot tall and weighs 180 lbs. ifo nient . for Guildfoi-d, havie toffsthir will without doubt bo found upon steadily risen in the i-anks. Intim- the Calgary Team. atcl.v connected with tlw work in Mr. Thymo is receiving applica - Australasia is the Hon. Mrs. Bird, tions o\�ry doy by the score good men. Bo is picking out best of them. from - the / Edmonton Bulletin: Amos Hutbcr the latsst outflelder signed by Ed-mcBton, has a great "rep." He was wHh Beaumont In the Texas League last- year and in 72 games, battod .379. Deaunkont's team has dropped out of league baseball, hcnco Manager White's luck in securing Amius. La.st year in the Texas Logguc, lens Dian half a dozin plajiurs batter over .300.-Bultetin. wife of tha former prime iniinistcr of Tasmania. She is said to be as ar-flcoii as any Salvation Army lass in disiJoSing of the War-vCry. The dau-thlcr of Ihu lata Lady Gait, wife of the Chief .iustice of Ontario, is work ittg in Canada; is al.so, amoivg the daugliters of niilHonairos, Miss Mac-dcnald at Toronto. LAMB HACK. 'lha remalDder have died from ox- jperfeet home."-'(it-nits This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cuiwl by applying Chamibcrlain's Pain Ilalm two or throe timps a day and rubbing tho parts vJgorous'y at each application' If this does not allord relief, bind a piece of flannel slightly 'dampened with Fain Ualin, and uuick relief is almost sure to follow. For, sale by all druggi4�ts. GOOD ADVERTISING Fair VI�itor-r!''So you have ivMilly decided not -to soil your house?" Fair ;Hosiess-YcBi; you see, wo placed- tho matter in tho hands of an �stAto ag�nt.Aft�r reading fajs A. A. TAyL13T{'S WEDDIXG. (Ilolona ladeprndcnt) /VI the pretty ranch honiia of Mr. and Mrs. Uanianiin -J. Town.s!ond, in tiiiu Dittout forty gin!.s-ts witnossod tlio ceremony, which \wik performed ^ ;by Rev. I).s.U. I'rlLe, siiperintondent of the StcvtiLsvillo training school. At tho time fippointod for tha cdr-emon.i' tho biuUi! jiarcy descended the. si/jiirway and marched into' the parlor to t'lM strains of the' Lohsn-. grin wwUh'iis niarch. played by Miss Laura Kills, of ,Grsat Falls". 'I'ho bride and .brie.9l man, and by Miss \liu.'.i A. Kllis, of Groat Fulls, as �briddsmald. The l\rldtl fore man tin'rt pari, owntjr of the Spencar Cnttlo ('oj lovely wdvcrtiscmont of our property ni�l with lace, aud carriwl u shower noitlier John nor ^myself couki think of paritinc with stich �, wonderful and boutiuet of britie roses. The parlor was bcautifuUy f'ostoon- Croup can positively 'be stopiwrl in no minutes. Xo vomiting-^ nothln'jj to wlckon or tllstrnijs yoia- child. A sweat, pleu.saot, ami safji Syrup, cal'ctl Dr. Sihooi�'.s Orov.p Cura, clow Iho work .and xIo'CK it qiiiclOy.- IJr. Shoop's Croup Cura l.s I'or Croup, alone, reiiuimber.^ ft tlo'a.s not clainii',' to cure ft doJon ai'iiiunts. H's' for, Croup, that's ail. Sold lij; .J, i>. cd, the prevailing colors b-oinj uroen .Hiiginbotham & Co. ;