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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHBRiDGE, .ALTA., WfiONCIDAY, JANUARY 27, I NOW! You cannot afford to purchase Lumber, Lime, Cement, or any Building Materials without first seeing our stock and securing our prices. While a new Company in this vicinity, its Officers and Managers have had years of experience in both Retail and Wholesale Lumber Business. No Order too large or too small to receive prompt and careful attention. (SUCCESSORS TO ENTER PRISE LUMBER CO.) Operating Lethbridge, Taber; Granum, Claresholm, Nanton, High River, Milk River, Brant Monarch C. R. CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager RANEY' Lethbridge Yard i> t r J i- t Place Your r Orders for GRAYING JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 AT THE EUREKA The management of the Eureka Theatn? promise the patrons of that j Special Matinee on Saturday after- noon at 2.30. One of the clever acts to be pre- sented commencing tonight will be the three Pierce Sisters, champion i hard and soft shoe dancers of their j age, and juvenile singing and danc- I ins trio. Another big act on the same bill is Lew Diamond, "That Funny iVUow." anj "who. it is safe to say, is one of the cleverest Irish Come- dinns -in the stage. REACH AGREEMENT Washington, B--C., Jan. .1 agreement has been reached between j Secretary Eoot and the British and I Canadian and Newfoundland gov- popular play house a rare treat the balance of this week, including1 a big tives here oa the. question to be submitted to "the Court for arbitration. Patented Sectional louses Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER M annfactmred in Vancouver, B C.. of the very beat Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well to me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT ad BUILDER, MACLEOD Iret our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Shingles before bnyjng elM where We have just placed a earlofwl of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock wwmm Office and Factory ITKff! Telephone 153 St fte 1ft The llberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Lots North of the Railnul in! Wot otlettiiuttrM, FROM EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 manth8- 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum MMnl III ttnjinU Cl> (IHI nu. A hovel is often more of a home than a palace. If the spirt of con- genial friendship links not the hearts of thelirmates of a dwelling it is.not home. If love reigns not there, if charity spreads not her downy man- tlo over all; if peace prevails not; if virtue rear not her beautiful child- ren, and religion comes not in her white robe of gentleness to lay her hand in benediction on every head, the home is not. complete. More and mora as we grow we'ap- preciate the finer traits that axe in human nature. Men going out into life never forget-the mother who .stays at home, and who. has present- ed to them a .nature with a reason dominant .with a high .moal sense, with refined and sweet, affections, with taste, with patience, with gentleness, with self-sacrifice, and with disin- terestedness. A man may go through all the may run through every stage of belief and disbelief, but there will be one picture that he cannot efface. Living or dying, there will rise up before him like a morn- ing star the beauty of that remember- ed goodness wriich he called "mo- ther." no gone to make homes for themselves, elsewhere; when some, perhaps, are laid away from our sight, out of reach of kind words or helpful de'eds. Happy we if no sorrowful thoughts haunt us, oj hasty words nnd unkind deeds, i] only remain. We may, if our means allow, make our homes beautiful and attractive, and it is well to do so. But without the true spirit of a home, it will be but a cheerless and desolate vifhilo the humblest cottage .where love dwells and kindness reigns, may most beautifuly exemplify the sweet- ness blessedness of home. That Dreary Parlor We do wonder why people try so hard to make their homes side and out.. They spend dollars, yes, lots of, them, filling their dwellings with what is neither, use- ful nor ornamental, when a few. cents and perhaps a little more sense would have made them handsome. The best nature .9 EAARS9rODWR The best parlor, what its forbidding doors! When you make a visit- you are invited within its sacred portals. The door creaks as against the invasion. if .protesting A clanunv at_ mosphere envelops you as you en- ter, that makes you involuntarily shudder and wonder if the-room is haunted. You sit on a hair cloth chair and clutch frantically at the arms to keep from slipping off. The ambrotypes of deceased uncles and aunts look down at you from" their Blacksmiths and Liverymen REMEMBER THAT H AYR BROS. HAVE A FULL LINE OF Neversfip Horseshoes Corks and Toe Corks P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 There are many happy homes, thank God, in every community, and when they exist there goes out from them a blessed influence which can hardly be overestimated. "A real home with a mother in whose hospitable doors are: open to those not so blessed, is a wonderful power for good H the boys and girls are made welcome they will not be alow to. tell it, and there will be an attraction ia the sweet amenities of home which will draw them from other and less only influences. It is not possible in this world so full :of care and trouble to always be merry. It is quite possible to be always lov- ing and kind. If the business cares of the father and the never ending struggles of the mother, with dirt and disorder, cooking, washing., ironing and mending cannot be banished, they can. be wonderfully toned down by the loving sympathy and help which each member of the household can and should give to the other. A home where the golden rule is lived is the ne arest pwsiuie approach to heaven. The day comes j oval frames and scowl. The whatnot in the corner is covered with bric- a-brac intended to-be .ornamental, bat which looks more like" some play house replete with broken dishes and i empty bottles, and kept in the best! ful and more fitting, for. Christian homes. Managing a Wife A Xow York paper recently offered room in memory of .some child... dead a prize for the best thought on "How years ago. You feel in .your bones! to Manage a Wife." The following that there has been no one in that) was awarded the prize: "Manage? What is that? Does it mean to con- trol? We manage a horse. We use room for months before and that when you go out it will once more be sealod and left care relatives on the wall. You long for a "glimpse of the sunlight out of .doors. If you could see a hat or; a coat lying carelessly about to denote that you were still in the land of-, the living, it4 would be a relief. You wish you could find a cat in the room and step on its tail, or run' a pin into the old aunt who looks down from the wall with a stony stare at ;our superior human intellect to con- trol and guide his superior physical strength so as to obtain the best results. But a wife is not a horse. Where two persons are well married, the wife is superior lo her husband in: as many respects as he is super- ior to her in others. If happiness is to be the result -of the union the first business of the husband is to manage himself so as to keep him. for the husband, with, all his. faults, to bear with the infirmities of his friends are best. Ring Up 108 .When yon want PRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE teast fifty years old, or kick the hair self always his wife's respectful clolh chair right into the whatnot, -1----- or do anything to cause a little com- inotion and an appearance of life. And when, after a always ways equal partner, always her superior protector. This will neces- Fresh Oysters At the T j. ti I A visit of half an sarily stimulate the wife to be llnPftjl RpfltflHPQnf' room, yon feel j ways an admiring friend, always an "'Wl IB HuBiBBI Qlll honr, you leave the room, yon feel j ways an admiring friend, always an you had been in the presence affectionate sweetheart, always a the dead. The best parlor, where thrifty housewife, always confiding and children, and laughter ward. And this will so re-act upon ter- and music and boys and alosl girls' shoul give place when the household is scatter-; and music and fun are excluded, the hueband that his love for his) to something Tcheei. wife will grow ao as Shoj t tOrtieri at all Hours Olirer Block Phone 228 ;