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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February Page 5 From Arctic to Tropics in Ten Minutes No ofl better hu hlcfccr cy or creator betmtf power An PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped wttii Vith it you cti fo from odd of the Arctic to the warmth W Tropics in 10 The nev Automatic Smokeless Device prevents smokinj. Removed to M losuat for cleaning. Solid brass font 4 of to give out a flowinc lor 9 brass wick i J Heater beautifully finished in nickel or Japan in a variety of styles. Every Dealer Everywhere. M At Yoers, Write for Descriptive Ckcofcr to th> Karat Ajtnt of THE UCPEKIAX OIL COMPANY, FROM A WESTERN WINDOW -BY ANNE- THE GOLDEN SHORE (By Seranus) Far away, far away Lies the golden shore of Youth, I never more shall stray, Well I well, in sooth. Brooklet slipping swift to sea Made a sailor's lass of me, Bounding light from stone to stone, Kyes uplifted, curls outblown. ust a feather on the strand Plucked and set within my. J'.slr Made of me a princess grand on my fail- quickly Mops (toughs, cures colds, tfce throctund 25 cenljp EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN GOOD CO.'S STORE The Good Company are making con- siderable alterations in their store building on Round street this week. New Walker-BInn fixings are heing installed throughout, the most up-to- date grocery fixtures on the market. The present ice cream parlor .will be get a new spring. One half of 'the store will be de- voted a delicatessen departmen w..ere anything in the line of cooked meats or cooking of all varieties wil he carried. Just a blossom in the Was a roseate fairy queen; Dandelions 'in the grass Soldiers were with shields of brass. Little hill beyond the field Was a mountain tall and bare; To Ks top I gaily'reeled, Drinking in the spacious air. In the drowsy afternoon Of a warm and sunny June, When my elders sat to darn, I would race around the barn, In the barn were splendid things, Grim and gracious, aH alive, Some with fur and some -with wings, And outside a honey hive. Quite enough for loveliness Was a little cotton dress, Made of white and scarlet check, With a ruffle at the neck. Cola and heat and wind and Each was welcome in its turn; Frost upon the wlndowpane, Sun that made my face to burn. Never meal without a grace Said with earnest, childish face; Never sleep without a prayer To the angels bright and fair. Far away, Lies the wondrous golden shore, Where at work or where in play I shall wander nevermore. Social and Personal Mrs. E. H. Wilson had three tables at Bridge last Friday, evening, when Mrs. J. R. Anderson and Mr. Duff car- ried off the prizes. "Rlvervlew" was en fete on Monday evening when Mrs. Conybeare gave a delightful dance for young people. As It was the last dissipation of its kind before Lent the guests were particular- ly glad to take advantage of it and en- joyed it thoroughly. On Wednesday Mrs. L. M. Johns'tone vas again hostess of a charming lunch- on, the third in a series of such right affairs. Covers were laid for en, and afterwards Bridge was indulg- 3d in. Pink and white carnations with railing smilax m'ade the tables lovely. It is good to hear that the Board of that number who had read the vol An attack of the grip Is often fol- lowed by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of this cough. Many cases have been removed, but the company expect to! cured after all other remedies had Trade Is taKing some interest in the question of a public library. We all realize the need of such and -whether it be a Carnegie one or otherwise we wish it all speed. The college pro- fessor who was quoted in this column last week would no doubt be further shocked could he know that a city of twelve thousand souls has no public library. He would find it hard enough .too, to get a dozen people among delighted Canadian housewives praise the Happy Thought best evi- dence of its superiority. RANGES MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL The "Happy Thought" Range pleases in every way. cAsk any woman who has ever used a "Happy If yon want complete will Secure our interesting explains At buy a "Happy Thought" It solves kitchen exclusive devices and .tells kow they for because it is built right range perfection. A post card -will bring it. HAYR BROS., Local Representatives by THE WM. BUCK STOVE COMPANY, LUtod BRANTFORD, ONTARIO Mrs. Mewburn was a Bridge hostess on Wednesday evening. A Valentine Tea is to be given on "Monday afternoon by the Ladies' Aid of Knox church. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Murphy (nee Miss Agnes Hardie) are visiting at the Lethbr'idge House, owing to the fact that the Mrs. Murphy's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W D. L. Hardie, is quarantined. ume he cites, Morley's Life of Glad stone. The truth Is that many of us lave done without books for so long, having access to no libraries of any kind, that our sensibilities regarding ood reading are blunted. That's the unhappy part. At first we grumble against prevailing conditions, get up enough energy to order a few hooks occasionally from the bookseller, then seeing and hearing nothing of current literature beyond the popular "best we gradually forget that there Is a kingdom of Bookdom, and feed our souls on doses or magazines which we provide ourselves with on Saturday evenings. However, this will all be changed soon, we hope and with good reading at our hand the old zeal for it may return. We would be surprised could we know the numbers of intelligent men and wo- men in this Very city who do no read a book in six months. Some- times you find as many frank enough to say so, and it gives you a queer sort of jolt. Of course it's not a heinous sin, but all the same it means there's; a lack somewhere. So here's to the public library movement; may it be successful and that right soon. While It is often impossible to pre- vent an accident, it is' never Impos- sible to be Is not beyond any one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are prepared for sprains, bruises and like injuries. Sold by all druggists. ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY EDDY'S MATCHES Have been the Leading Ligat of Canada. Progressive activity and the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One E. 6. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada Jas. A. Gallagher of Grassy Lake, is in the city on busihes today. 'David Black, of Pincher Creek, is visiting in the city today Jabez Williams, of Cardston, is in the city today. There was a clean docket at the po- lice court this morning. Ogilvic's Royal Household Flour FOR BREAD FOR PASTRY ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION1 WHAT MORE COULD YOU WISH FOR? C3 VAUDEVILLE OPENING By the Brown" Amusement Company, Limited, F. W. Brown, Manager THE FAMOUS ROBERTS DUO From the Empire Theatre, Edmonton ANNIE MERRILL, The Song Bird The Latest Motion Pictures Illustrated Melodies High Class Musical Program by the LYCEUM ORCEHSTRA Prices, Children, lOc, Adults 25c. All Reserved ;