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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mx Of tKc orison Dixon Rambling Reveries"* By a Dreamer. BUGGY COMPETITION HURRY UP! There are now only 40 chances left, so you'll have to hurry! The draw will positively take place on Feb. 11th, in Oliver's* Hall at 8 p. m. sharp, immediately preceding Town Band Dance. The draw will be conducted by a gentleman of known integrity viz, Major Burnett, which will be a sufficient guarantee that it will be conducted in a fair and square manner. The public are cordially invited to be present, especially i those holding coupons. ! The fool destroy* his own health whilo drinking to tho health of others. good wouds for curls. Your mother is your Iwat frtond. Have nothing to do with girls who ) snub their parents. Tell tho pleasantcst things you |kaow when nt meals. Do aot expect your brother to be |m dainty as a girl. Exercise aad never try to look cut | if you were delicate in health. Introduce every new acquaintance |to your mother, as soon M possible. Don't think it necessary to got married. There is plenty of room' (or old maids, and they nra oftwn happier than wives. Enjoy the pleasures provldod for you by your parents to the fullest extent. They will like that as a reward Itntiter than any tvthor. Most father* are inclined to overindulge their daughters. Makn H impossible for your father to spoil you by (airly returning his devotion and affection. Never think you can afford to be dowdy at homo. Cleanliness. hair well dressed, and a'soil!* will make calico look like ailk receive our well fed bodies, we win haw no more comprehension of what grinding poverty moans than an an-gol In the full glory of puradiso can know of tho deeja'st depths of hades. Think of Itt No fuel. Absolutely none. No lied, but piled up rugs; little children wailing with cold ami I hopclcsf with hunger; closets bare as i old Mothor Hubbard's; smells that roach high heaven in their foulness. And In their depth of .poverty, to which even our Imaginations can scarcely descend lies a lurking curso like the wild beast In its lair. Tha aordldncss of poverty eats out the soul of a man as a tiger drinks Mood. Urutality. apathy, the cruelty of fiends, are begot whan pride and amotion die utterly. Would 1 1 Do not quarrel wltkr your brother, that our charities could strike deep. Last chance to secure the Buggy. Cash must accompany each coal order. ! Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and have that old plumbing torn out and clean, healthy, Mattery plumbing put through your houat and avoid in do not preach to him, and do not coddle him. Make him your friend and do not expect him to be your servant, nor let him expect you to be his. r. Don't call your mother "old woman." We often hour that from young men. Stop and think how it sound*. Old lady is bad enough but the "old woman" applied to her who gave you life and nursed your infancy, is rude and unkind. Once It was "Mother. I'm hungry, mothor mend my Jacket, mother pot up my dinner" and many "such things, and mother would spread tho bread with butter and'stow away the luncheon with her heart brimming with affection for you. Now, is she the old woman? & APPRECIATION. At a recent marriage anniversary an appreciative husband thus addressee his wife: "To you, my wife- aa 1 renew the past I am 'reminded tha Uh rough ull these years you have been a true, faithful and loving mother, over ready with a word of encouragement in tho'darkest hours, always willing to bear more than your share of life's burdens, making factious dlmaare. /ever. a�l many of I "??,"*' "cr'ac�" 'or my own and Oor the diseases that come from ^ ; children s happiness and comfort.nnd * 11 feel that surrounded by the per - plexitics and vexations of a busy Ute I may have failed to show to you my appreciation of your nmny virtues." Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ^.e the soi.l th.it is Inspired enough to -go down into the shadows and lend a helping hand To l>o very poor ami yet carry a clean life and keep nVive ambition and i ^ |mrtv hftd lh|(t convenience ami ho|* is like Htvking to set a white |||h.jr lri|, r4,m,.,rwl considerably rose growing in tin* bosom of a coal !more cn,v pit. 1 Lethbridge, Alta. posurc nmi lack of food. # Tho tramp north by Constables Stark and Sltand was an execetting-|ly hard one. They were unprovided with snow shoes and this made the Journey much more ditllcult. The t*o- EXCHANGING TALKS. SPORTING GOSSIP i sanitation aad plumbing. ]',Wm ready to undertake any work of this description, which we do u> a skillful �ad scientific manner. 1 C. W. GRAY Our : Graniteware Is made in Cnnda by Canadian workmen lor Canadian uto. We carry  fall atoek at Mptdalljr low prices. The Central Hardware Store * G. L. VROOMAN DRMYINC. If you with draying or moving of any kind dono, call on us. We have the Urgent and bjgt equipped emrlaga business in the oity, with tboroaghlj experienved men in oharge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oatt of the beat grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parte of tha city on abort notice. Western Warehouse & Truufer Co., Ltd. Office-First dooi south of Opera House, First Comn^ivlal Traveler- "Singular, isn't it. that when a man's j Calgary Albcrtan: Manager Thyme arm is amputated ho can feel an ,ot t'algnry ixisobnll club is doinjf aehe in the place whore it used to 'ffood work in tiro far east and is bete?" 'sinning to gel the fast ones (or the Second T. T. -"1 can tell you j leant. lie writes Hecratary Kerijy Koitk?ihinB more singular than that, i l,,at he expects to- have his team all My wife woke oni night while 1 wjh "'gned in a few weeks, away, think s\u- h-ni\l a burglar j '1"no "m I'lnj'cr signed for the year in the room, ami she nays she was so iwas fri.ht-ned IVeu need M We are Willing' that you Shall be the Judge : : If "Knight's of Raymond" Sugar is not the Purest, Sweetest Sng&riyou Have cv- in n tumbler on the bureau. Phone 03. WOOIKOieHletl L H. .FOWLER & CO. Ooneral Blacksmitblng and Horseshoeing. 'Now UuggieOo order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-ons, windmills, fonn'ng mills, oraani separators, grain ficklers, bla-Jk-sinlth coal. i.f^TttBMOCC.  ALBERT A. MS.00 REWARD. ! -propria tod, our possessions must have cost their value. Tho toil and struggle and plodding that brings gala, brings also the mature experience, through discipline, and bard knocks that make up stalwart manhood aad pormanvot success. NOT "THE OLD MAN." lloya, when you speak of your farther don't call him the "old man.' Of course you are older now than when your were taught to call him father. Vou are much amartcrthan you were then, you are much more manly looking, your clothes fit you better, your hat lias a modern shapo and your hair hi combed differently, in short "flyer* thau you were then. Your father has a last year's coat, a two-year-old hat and a ventofstill older pattern, lie can't write such an elegant uoto as you can and all that but don't call him "tho old man." Call him father. For years he has been rustling around to got things together, he has been held to the thorny path of uphill industry, aad the brightest half of life has gone from him forovwr. Out the loves you though he goes along without saying much about it, therefore, ho is not so ungrateful or so inconsiderate. "A wise man maketh u good father." HAI'PINttSR. If you would increase your happiness and prolong your lifo, forget your neighbor's faults. Forgot tho temptations. Forget tho faultfind -4ng and givo little thought to tho cause that provoked It. Forgot tho peculiarities ol your friends; and only remember the good points that make you fond of tnem. Forget all personal quarrels, or histories that you have heard by accident, and which if repeated, would seem a thousand times worse than they are. ,.,^....... ______ .John Averhill, a right huuled that her teeth chattered j Pitcher who is as good as urv� produced. He played with Haverhill of the New Knglaml league in UK>.">. Lust year he played with the Lowell and Ashland teuiim. He mode u good record with both teams. Ho weighs 175 pounds and is 5 ft. 0 in. in height. He has greut speed and has always made good wherever ha has been. He is a very gentlemanly pluycr both on and o/T the field. His home imprisoned men who would have rescued him. Such is the substance of tho story just brought to tho city from Lnc-Sto Anne by Constable Tylor of the FIX. W.M.l". Tho tragedy occurivd on tho 17'th of Deeemi>er last. Ilorntack who had become a madman from exposure to the cold and loss of h's stock, pursued his part-�jr and an tfmployeo Iron) his ranch over -the snow for -two mile* while tha bullets from his rifle >buz�Ki around thair heads. Cover was reached in the small store in the distance and there Horn nek hjki at bay his men for a time. From a distance of a hundt-edyards Hornbuc k told them how straight ho could shoot and nearer ami nearer the bullets tamo to the i.uijdlng. Death from the hands of a madman stared tho imprisoned men in tho face and after consultation it was decided to dlsablo him if possible Thj aim proved fatal however, and in an instant Horiibuek w'as dead. Tho fWst party of tho R.N.W.M.P. composod of Oonslabies Stark and Hhand loft Udinonton in quest of the rancher tho last of l>ec0n�l>er. No word liolng heard from them, a second party composed of Corporal Muitno and.,another were sent out sovorul weeks ago. The latter met the first for Crand KupMs one s^oion under �the lenilerHhip of John OanM. I '1,ne Salvation Army bids /ujr to h one ot the grealet*t 'Imi^'IhiII l.wU-rs come mi urislocnilie biwly sujm l.on- of the day. Last season hu made a i�t.s. i� a ting .818 against the best'slab |s.'r- ilauglrii-r of ih- Jn-ie Sir John Mur- rornters in that league Ho ftokkxl ray. k.c'.ll.. and Lieutonant Colonel .080. He is a very h|>eedy base run- Minnie Itled. who rofcntly nwrried ner. purloining 18 of them during Cominissioii.m- Booth-TueKer, is a the season. , daughter of a form.r aeting governor Among othor first class players of Uomlmy. 'i'h.! cninm-insioner him- who aro desirous of playing under self resigned a Judgeship in India, Manager Thyme are Catcher Mont- nil the wealth and social posi- gomery of Wakefield, Mass.; Kolley, Won nttat-lv^l to it. to devote him- who caught for Fall River. Now sv'f to Salvation Army work. Kngland stale league, lost season; 1-ady Sarah Siadeii is a Salvation- Uriscoll. of Somervillo. Mass., who mt and the Countess Dowager of has been tho receiver for Winthrop in Scaiwld. is it mcml^r of tho uu.vil - the Maine state league,' who no ho iary of the army. Two daughters of made a good showing. Ho is six Mr. Onslow, Into memlter of parliu - foot tali and weighs 180 lbs. Ho >nent for (luiidfonl, have togv'th'r will without doubt bo fouiwl upon s'eadily ris-n in the ranks. Intim- the Calgary Team. atol.v connected with tlu work in Mr. Thymo is receiving applica - Australasia is tho Hon. Mrs. nird, tions owry day by the score from wife of tlu forrour pi-invn minister of good men. He is picking out the best of them. PHONE 1Z9 when you need ii CAB To c.o to the s'nt.'on or briny friends to yqur lioint;. CAltTJNG ALSO D()NK. J. G. Wiegand Next door to Schweitzer's HAKEItY. UKDrA'l'H STItKKT. i Edmonton Oulletin: Amos timber the latest outfielder signed by Kd-mcnton, has a greut "rup." He va� with Doaumont In the Texas League last year and in 73 games baaed .37U. JJoaumont's team has dropped out of leatfuo baseball, henw Man- � ager. White's luck in securing Amus. [ Tasmania. She is said to lie as ardent as any Salvation Army lass in dispos ng of the War Cry. T!n> tlu.ii-th.er of tlu lata Lady (ialt. wife of tho Chief .fustiea of Ontario, is work ins in Canada; as is also, among the daughters of milMonnlres, Miss Mac-d^mild at Toronto. A. A. TAYLKU'S WKODIXO. l^st yoar in tho Texas Loggue, |t�s than half a doion pla>"ers battor ov-or .800.-Hullotin. LAME UACK. This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles und may bo cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain Malm two or throe times u day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application. If this does not afTord roliuf, bind a pieeo of flannel slightly dampened with rain Uivlm, and uulck relief is almost sui-u to follow. For salo by all druggists. GOOD ADVKHTISINf!. Fair Visitor-'''So you hnvo ixsally decided not to soil your house"'" Fair 'Hostess- '''Yea; you see, wo placed tho matter In the hands of (Helena liwU'ptndent) At the pretty ranch honiu of Mr. and Mrs. Jj.'ii'uinin !. TowiisoikI, In Hie Hitter Hm�t Valley. Thuv��ltty evening. Juii- '!. at 8 o'clock, thj marring" ' of lleuri'titta Towiisend, tlwir only daugblvr, to William Allen Taylor took place. Al*�ut forty guests witnessed tho |ceremony, which was performed by Hov. Ii.,It. I'riiv, Ktiperinieiid^nt of the StevMisville training school. At tlu time appointed for tlu ceremony the briilnl party tloKeowknl the stuirway and murchod into' tho parlor to tlw strains of Iho Loh n-grin wudi-en(lin^ from the ivil to tlv.' lour eoij/rs ivi the ta' I-.1 wh.-re it was caught in graceful bown The piy.'ius were n.aii.v and beautiful.* Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left tlw n"Xt morning for atwo-montiis' journey through California. The hrid.i in one of th.� most popular young lif.li.-s in the Hitter l|ocit valley niif ivliitives aji'U friends in t!r� Capital city. Tho groom is n resident of Me:li cine lint. Alberta. Canada, und fore man tuid J"H't owner uf the Hpe-ncer Cattle CiV Croup can iiositively le btoppe'd in UO niinuti'k- No vomiting- jioIIi'dj; to sickoi) or distri'Ks your child. A swoct, piuasatit, ai.d snfji Syrup, cal'ed Ur. S'hooii's t'iroup Cura, does th'3 work and does it iiu>cl:ly. Hr. i-hoop's t'roiiji Cur..1 is j'or Croup ulone, reiui'.mhei'. It di;,'s not claim to euro a doJen ai'iiuiiis. It's for Croup, 'that's all. Sold by .1. J), .Illginbothaui & Cp. ;