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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can yoH hear your watch tick? Doen it need repairing? Remenilter that I can repair your watch the way it ahoulil be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The JeweJet ^ YoujriU he building possibly this season, and will require ^ Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OR - Hot Water System We are prepared to give yon right prices and the bfst of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. Rambling Reveries By a Dbeaheb. KEIOP IT TO YOUnS'EUP. Vou have tioubte, your fwlings are injurt'd, y�)ur hust>oml is unkind, your wifo fjvjts, your iinnio i.s not plensant your friofifls do not treat you fairly, nnd things in gonoroi .ni^vc unplcas-anrtly. Well, what of it? Koep it to your.sell'. A sniouhlcring fire can Ije found and extinguLshcfl, l�ut when coals are sculterwl you can't pick thorn up. Riiry your sorrow'. The place for sad ami disgusting things is under tlic proiind. A cut finger is not Iwnefiteil by pulling olV the plaster and exposing it to cVeryljody's Charity covowlh a mullitmlfl of sins. Things thus covered are curort without a scar; but, once published, and carried to nveddling friends, tliero is no end to the trouble they may K�>ep it to yourself. Troubles are transient; ami. when a sorrow is heale^l and pas�od, wihat a' comfort it is to sny: "Su one ever knew it till it was over." i HicK OL WaKely ! The Lcatling Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. The Mornfn^ Bath is recognize nol he nshaineid of hard work. Work for the lx�t salaries and wag�?s you can get, tout work for half pric.3 rather tluin be ie sLing.v: in short, be a man of integrity and Individuality. Phone 66 Hardware DRMYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, (Mill on us. We have the largest and best equipped oartage business in the �ity, with thoroughly esperienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all 'parts of the city en short �otio�. Western WirehODse A ImUtt Co., Ltd. Office-First doot south of Opera House Phone 68 | i A MEAV MAX'S.THOUGHT.^. Soinietinics wp wonder .what n mean nwn thinks about when ho goes to liwl; when he turns out the light and lies dwn; when the darkness clo.scs in around him and he is alone nnd cfmtlwUod to lie honest with Uinisclf. .\nd not a bright thoiight, nor a generous impulse, not a manly act, not n word of blossiivg, no-t n grateful look, eomos to bless Win again. Not a penny dropfKKl into tl�o out -s-tr�Hchad palm �.f poverty, nor tlie balm of a- loving woixl drop|>e*l into an aching heart; no siiiilicnm of en-enwiil cast upon a struggling i life, tho strong right haml of follow-.ship roiulnxl oul to hel|> some fallen iivan to his fet-whon none of ! things , conio to him as the "tiod bloss you" r siik' of the liod! Wlu'n the only victory he ran think of is some inkrtili'\ictor,>', in which he has wronged nnjighhor. No wonder How pura;,ami fair, and good, all he snocrs when ho tries to smile, the of the world niust look to him, and how cheerless, and dusty, ami divary, mu.ft his own path a"p-pear. Wh.v, even one lone, isolated act of moanness is enough to scatter cruiuljs in the be for f|i�ick sole. Ajiply to MARYA SZiWDOKlEnSKA, liothbridge. Ort� north of North Ward Scl|ool. , 11-18-as-l STUAYED OR STOLEN. Prom the vicinity of Warner, one boy marp, 9 years old, one yeor old i,' �orr(i>l colt, and one bay sucker. A reward is olTerod for their return EDDIE UND. Warner, Alt*. McKenzie & Roy BLECTRICiANS Dealers in Bleotrical appliances, Motorr, Private Telephones, Annunciators, Eleotrotiers, Shades, etc. Consnlt us for econbmical house lighting. Office- Kedpath St. Lethbridge Phone m WANTED. - A tieaoher (or Ihc Black Spring Valley S. n. No. llf.5 for n four months term, licgiilning the fii'st of, Salaly $i}0 |�er month. (JUST HADPORD, Secretory -t rea sii rer IVtwville, Alta. 4-11-18 25.^ WANTED, AT ONCE A dinin�-room girl, and a cham" brrmrld. Apply Arlington Ilntcl. HER MONLMENT. .She built it' herself, and she did not know that she had a monument She livM in it, but she did not know 'thotit existed. Hei- monumont was hor homo. It 'grew so quietly, ns en as he put in his naming, each dollar was doubled in the ex|)ending. She hnd inheritehorc� the hoiwysiickle which she trained over the door, to the buivnu in the guests room which hor designing ni.i4le a now mode of art for every now frioml, if it ware i)nl,y b.v a now no.segay ami a chfingw ersonallty into her '. homo, m--.l:injv ovory rCjjin af.d almost; every article of ftirniUire speak of her, �hc had the sift to draw out from every guest his fier.sonaKt.v and nuako him at home and so make hint his truest and .self. Whither man or woman of the world could long resist the �ui>tlc influenrcs of that home; the warmth of its truth and love thawed out the frozen proprieties from impersonated otkiuetto, .and whatever circle ol friends sat on the broad pia/.M in summer or open fire in winter knew for a time the raix; joy of lihert.y-the liberty of perfect truth and perfect love. Her home was hospitable liecausc her heart was large; and onyonc was her friend to whom she could minister Bi*t , her heart was the old Jewish temple-strangers only canve iMo the court of the gentiles, friends into the inner court; her husband and her children found � court .yd. nearer her heart of hearts; yet even they knew that there was a holy of holieswhieh she kept for her Ood and thc^ loved nnd revered her the moi� for n. So strangely was ccmtiiinglod in her the exclusiveness of love, its hospitality anrf jts reserve. Ah. blessed home-builder. There 'is nothinlg so sacred on earth, and no priest on earth sO'divine as the wife and mother who makes it. Rogers - Cunningham lumber Co., Ltd. / ""'^�'-'y/^i'j Builders Supplies REFLECTION. Yes, when we consider that so vast, a number of our people, especially the boys, make such lamentable mistakes, wie are led to reflect. The boys how soon they become restive under the restraints of home, and dater -mine to become independent, atid go oirt to miivgle with the promiscuous crc'Wd, tiecomo familiar with itA ways li�tien to its oaths, its songs, its obscene jests, leorn to smoke, to chew, to drink, to gaiisVile; associate with evil companions and at last craaed by the devil rum, comnmit some overt act that brings them down to shame, and disgrace falls on thosa who love them iiest. All who fill our jails and stand beneath the shadow of the gallows, have onoe stood where you are stand-itig now. Have you net seen that mother kneel and heard her praythat you may walk arrght, ^nd heard that fathcr'.-i warning voice bidding you fceware?_ Every 'true friend you have on earth unites to bid you choose aright. Wehoki the mirmr up that reflects the downward course, the fearful end, and with no motive save for your.good; and no dosire"but for your future happiness. Endcavcr to make, at least, one little spot on earth mone sweet ami tieaut'iful. and peraidvontuiv you may U'ove a few flowers blooming in the desert whon you are gone. DONT WHINE, Don't l^e whining about haping a fair ehanco. 'J'hrow a sensible mian out of the window, and he'll fall cn his feet and ask the nearest way to his work. The nioi-e you have to be-^in with the less you u-ill have in the end. Money you earn yourself is much brighter than any you get out of dead men's bags. A scant lircakfast in the morning of life wliets the np|>otitc for a (east Inter in the day. Ho who has tasted a sour ap -pie willhave the laore relish for a sweet one. Vour present want will make future prosficrity all the sweeter. Eighteen ponce has sot up ntany a pedlcr in business, and he has kept his carriage. As for the place you are cast in, don't find .fault with that; .you need not be a horse because you were born in a trtable. If a bull tossod a man of n�ot>tle sky high, he would drop down into a good place. A hard working man^ with his wits about him will make nnonoy while others will do nothing hut lose it. Who loves his work and knows how-to spare , Ma.y live and flourish anywhere. As to the little troubles", who expects to find cherries without stones or roses without thorns? Who would win must l.>arn to hour. Idlcnosslics in a bed sick of the mulliginibs, while industry finds health and wealth. The dog in the kentvel liarks at fleas, and the hunting dog does not even know that they aixs thei-o. Laziness waits till the river is dry, and never gets to market. "Try" swims it, awl makes all the trades. "Oan't do it" would not eat the bread cut for him, but "Try" nwdo moat out of mushrooms. In the foniily relation every one should always l>e at his l>est. The home ought a heaven. It ought to lie as neorly heaven as it is jioss-ible on earth. There should toe no purposely withered flowers aliout the hearthstone and no purf)oso|y cloudetl sunbeams. Selfishness niono ought,to )ye sufncieQt to make home conduct exeinplar,Vi Certainly al^ want a pleasant home. Certainl.y all want smiles instead of frownii. Home should he- jUBt one bla/.e of suni^hine. Hut it cannot 1* while some momJier of the family circle is snappish ond fault finding and seliish. DoVeopIc ever go more delilibrutcly and insuno-ly at work to make thoineelvcs miserable than they do when thoy dclib-erateliV cloud the lights of the only place on earth wliciet an.vihing like i>er-fect {[Uiet and happiness? of Every Description Wholesale and Retail I Lumber Shingles Doors Window^ 9 Mouldings Lime Lath 1 Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Ppsta I I i Phone 23. - Lethbridge, Alta. TVKTXO rilE OATH. New Settlers are Ftaiiidly Ifcconving Full-Flodged Citizens. The. complete rctuins of naturalization in Canada for 190(5 have liean tabulated by the Secretary of State's Departnwnt and s4how ^Mat a very large proportion oC Canada's newi citizens from foreign countries are taking the oath of nllesyiance. During the .year tlie naturalization totalled 10.242 ^os compored with 6,632 for the'previous year, an incivase of a,�10. The Naturalization act re -quires three years' residence in the Dominion Ijefore pai�ors of citizenship can 'Ije taken out. Taking into consideration the fact that only the heads of fomilies ami young men over 21 years of age of foivign birth need to take the oath of allegiance, thetotal of 10.212 for last year prob ably represents n foreign immigration of thirt.v to forty thousand. .\ml since three years' resip enough for navigation. The trip was a delightful one ns far as it wont, anil those aboard report a ploasant oul -ing. The party enjoyed an fxcitiivg lynx chaso up ot Row Island, und thofri-cassed hind logs wcru an entree on the bill-of-faro.which greatly appealed to the ei)lciiri.'S-until tlii'y found out later that it was plain and not veal they had beiMi eating. Tho return tri|i was stai-teil at four o'clock Tuesday nioiiiing, nivil l.lic steamer nrrivo the same night. Last night thar�toi�, grain picklera, bla-:ii- mitli coal. LCTHBKIDCE. ALBERTA. Piles get quick nnd certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it in made alone for Piles, and its action is positivo and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or, blind piles disappear like magic by it� use. Large nickel-capped glans Jars 80 cents. Sold by J. D. Higin-totham & Co. ap 108 When you want. DRAYING Done promptly and satisfaetorily, JOHN BRODIE VOU SALK. For Sale-A cormspondence course in good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O. Herald office. CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the B';ation or bring friends to your bume. S. A. JehnjoD Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 Synopsis. Coal MiiiiilRelulatlons Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitol^, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the tlistrict in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the laud must be described by sections, or' legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territorv the tract applied for shall be staved out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents pt?r ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. Tho lease will include the oobI mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitletl to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considerctl necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be niaile to the Secretary of the Department of the Intenor, Ottawa, or to any vVgent or Sub-1 A gent of Dominion I^uds. �1 'Ik W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Intailbiil N.B.-Unantbori�id pnUi^ici^^^ of tbii advertitement �iU nut to paid for. ;