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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can yon hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember thnt I enn repair your watch the way it should be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened u shipment of CUT GLASS. Every piece it 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 Jeweler Rambling Reveries By a Dreamer. KF.KP IT TO YOLItS'lCLF. Von have trouble, your feelings nre injured, yvmr huslttnd is unkind, your wifo frets, your homo is not pleasant your friends lfl to draw out from every guest his personality and make him nt home nnd so make him his truest nnd licst self. Whither man or women of the world could long resist the sulitle influences of thnt home; the warmth of Its truth nnd love thawed out the frozen proprieties from Impersonated KkuMte, ,nnd whatever circle ol friends sat on the hrontl pinxftft In summer or open ftro In winter know for n time the rniv> Joy of lll*rty--the liberty of perfect truth and perfect love ||�r home wor hospitable because her heart was large; and anyone was her friend to whom she could minister Hut her heart was the old .Jewish temple-strangers only came Into the court of the gentiles, friends into the Inner court; her husband and ' her children found a court yet nearer her heart of hearts; yet even they knew that there was a holy of hoileswhlch she kept for her Owl and tht your j pride le of the right kind. lie too | proud to wvnr a emit you cannot buy; too proud to Ik- in coinpnnythnt rbflection. Yes, when we consider that so vast n numlcr of our people, especially the boys, make such lamentable mistakes, ww are led to reflect. Thv hoys how soon they become restive under the restraints of home, and d:�ter  mine to become Independent, nnd go out to mingle with 'the promiscuous cr stingy; in short, Im> a (limit of integrity nnd individuality. A Ml'.AN MAV'S THOCUHTS. I TXKI.Vtl TIIK OATH. j New Settlers are Itnpidly Hemming Full-Fledged Citizens. The. complete returns of uiiturnll/a-lion in Canada for 1U0U hove Isvit tabulated by the Secretary of Slate's Department and show Unit o very-large proportion of Canada's ncwi clll/ens from foreign ciimtrles are father's warning voice bidding you'taking the oath of allegiance. Dur-leware?> Every true friend you have J ing the ywir tlie mituraliwitlon totem earth unites to bid you choose ! ulled 10.21'J as compared with U.blfJ mother knoel nml heard her proythat you may walk arkglvt.and hetird that The Mominc Bath [ Sometimes we wonder what a mean �iiuiii thinl.s about when hi* goes to ; lull; when he turns out the light and lies down: when tin* darkness closes lin nroutul him und he is alone and ' nnii)>olU'il ti. I � hon.'m with himself. And not a bright Untight, nor a generous iiii|iuls*'. not i\ manly act, not a word of blessing, nirt n giiite- is recognized generally as a great fUi u>�*k. coim-s to i.ies^ Mm again, hiirbiuger of health, and when it \irt a |h'iim\ ib'ii|>|s-d into the out  can be tuken amid sanitary snr- stivtcb.Mi puim rs of citizenship your future hupplness. [cnn taken out. Taking Into con- � jslderution the fact that only the Kndeitvir to make, at least, one1 "�tds of families nml young men ov- Founders, Machinists, General Blacksmiths, Automobile Repairers, Boiler Makers & Jobbers LiyrilliltlDCK IRON WORKS CO., LONG DISTANCE PHONE 126 Scrap Brass und Ircn Wanted. LIMITED tittle spot on earth moiv sw.vt awl'." 21 ,,( "( f"p,,t�n hinh C. W. GRAY , Phone W> Hard ware' Is'nutiful. and perudvcntuiv you may lenvv n few flowers blooming in thv desert when you are gone. DON'T Will NR. Don't le whining iiImuH Imping n fair ehiinee. Throw n sensible iibin out of tb.' window, nnd he'll fall i n his f�s>t and ask the nearest way to his work. The more you have to twin shvp ! DRRYINC. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, �all on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business iu the city, with thoroughly experieuced uieu iu charge. All work promptly atteuded to. Hay and Oats of the best grude for sale. Coal delivered to all 'parts of the city wu short Motto*. Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. 'Mil! find of dead men's lings. get A scant ! When the only vletory he call think j breakfast in the morning of life whets of is some iik-nii victory, in which he the ap|h-tite for n 'east later in the has wronged un.�lgt�bor. No wonder day. He who has lasted a sour up  i How puiv. mid fair, and good, nll||.|e willhnw the i�ore reliuli for a mssl to take the oath of allegiance, thetouil of to.'JI'J for las-t year prolt ably re|>reseiits a foivign immigration of thirty to forty thousand. And since three j ears' residence is I red it will U> se>-n that iilmosi tlv> whole foivign iuiinigi'iit ion Itm.'t has now lx-iouie natiirnli/asl by law. The total naturalizations of iiuuii grants from llie I lilted States �vr,' Il.HHS, which compare.1 with Imini -figure-- of IIMIJ-O.'l. show \iiK'rican mole settlers in the west are taking ill  onth of iitlt'Kiance io ihe llritisb crown. ,, ' unit ion yourself !B, ' that neiuly all tin ANIMAL Office- First doat south of Opera House (he snivrs whon he tries to smllu. ' � the ivst of the world ntusl look to .him. and how cheerless, and dusty, I and divary. must his own path up- j ;pear. Why. even one lone, isolated j 'act of meanness is enough to scatter j cruiiilis in the Uil of tho average, ' [ordinary man. ami what must tie the I feelings of a man whose life is j{iven up lo mean nets' When,there is so i much siilVerintr. and heartache, and | misery in the world nn,vhov, why | should you add one |iouud if wickeil ness or sadness to the general burden'.' Suffer injustiiv a thousands times rather than commit it once. IIKlt MON I'M RNT. She built it herself, and she did not know that she had a monument She. lived in it, but she did not know that it evisted. Her monument was her home. It grew so quietly, ns quietly as a flow- INSDKCTOIt KliH 1'ltoVINCRS. N I'AV Dr. O-.Hirge Hilton to Have Headquarters at Keg-Inn- To ltelieve Dolice Coiimiissli iH�r. swxvt one. Vour present want will make futuiv pros|>crity all the hwencv has set up many it pedler in business, and he has kept | his carriage. As for tho place you ! _ an- cost in, don't find fault with i>r. Oo. Hilton, chief assistant to that: you need not l>c a horse be  � pr. ,|. (;. ltutlh>ri'oi\l. wterinnry cause you were born in a stable. I director g�>neral. has left tvttnwa for If a bull tossed a man of m�Ule sky Hegina to take over from the c.m-| high, he would drop down into n 1 miKSi,,,.,. ,f t|,. |(,yal N work of th I with his wits about him will % New Effects in \ Cut Glass Our recent importations include an assortment of Kng-lisii Hock Crystal, quite different from that here-to-fore shown. The r?rt�til luelf In beirlcr >nJ the cumn^H deeper than ihtl ! er.grows, ,,,,,1 no one knew- she did lT** rt�8 in thp kpnwl ,mrk" 1,1 nonB others will do nothing [,,,,.,, ,m| \i|M.,.tM. bitherto iiiibarge of the latter ollicer. Owing to the ivcent rapid increase in lhe live slock Interests in Ihe new provinces the federal department of ugricultiire has deemed it ad\isable lo ussuiue henceforth il control of this branch of li\e stock work in the west Dr. Hilton's headquarters will be (or the present at Ken inn He will arrange for a separate orgnniz.ution and stuff in each proiiuce as soon as [ possible. Iw. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS when you need a CAB To go to the s'ution or bring friends to your home. �. A. Johnson Successor to C. A. Johnstou. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations i Who loves his work and knows how | to spit iv May li\e and flourish any when'. I I As to the little troubles, who expects to find cherries without stones or roses without thorns? Who would win must l.-arn to hear. IdlenesKlics . in a bed sick of the mulligrubs, while. iiiKlustry finds Itealth and wealth. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men'* shoes soled and heeled iu 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Beutley Co: not know herself-hi w flinch slk) had. Uonflto tend nml water and train it. Her husliiud hnd absolute trust in her. He enmi�d the moiv..y, she ex-|k'nil,-.l it. And as she put ns much 'thought in her ex|�cnilituiv as he put in his earning, each diilar was jdouhlwl in the e\|>ending. She had I iuheritisl that mysterious faculty; ' )ealers in Electrical appliances, | wl,ilh �'"*'�" and she cuitivat Jn th(, flin,iiv relation every Motorr, Private Telephones, An- wl H- ^vi',h h,1"l>�y. l-'.very howi. sh� | h.hmil� at his iiest. nunciators, Electrotiers, Shades, visitliood -and she nhhoivd falsehood. She was patient- with everything but a I lie. So she never crpled in her home or on her immsoii that she hnd seen elsewhere; yel everything she saw elKcv'hcfi.' entered into and helped to complete the perfect picture of Jif- which she was always painting with deft fingers in everything, from Tht) stenmer started up the river for la'lhbiidge on Saturday night, but after g'-tliiiK a few miles nlo\,' How Island on the Kelly Itiver foiiiul I hut the stream was not d�vp euuu^li i for naiigtition. The trip was u ile-| llglitful one as far as it Went, and one | Oiose aboard n-port a pl.-asaut out -The 'ng home ought to tie a heuven. It ought \ '''|M' party an exciting l.wix to I* ns nearly heaven as it in poss- thl,Sv' "l> ul How Island, nml tli.fn ible on earth. Theiv should tie no \ ''nssed hind logs nere an eiitife on imrposely withered tloweiK nttout the thc* WH-of-furc .which givutl.s appeal hearthstone and no purposely clomleii to l,lt' epicur.-s-until llie.v found simleums. Selfishnehs alone ought ,to Keep your inoiieyftit hontu by tts-in� "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Mumi fuctured by U-tliliiidKi., llu.v-moml, MhuiuiIi. L H. FOWLER & CO. Cfenerul JiluckKiiiilhlng and llorseshooing. Sow buggies to order, carriage ffclnt-ing, all kinds of woodwork in wag-n.s, windmills, fanning mills, cruum sutmrators, grain picklors, bla':k-milh coal. LtTHBRlDCB, ALSCRTA. be sufficient to make home conduct exemplary. Certainly hIJ wunt n pleasant honu*. Certainly all want smiles instead of frowns. Home should be just one bln/u of sunshine. Hut it cannot \ie while some mendicr of the faintly circle is snuppUh nnd fault finding and selfish. DoV>eoplc ever go more tielihbniiely and inline- IUM| " K"�"1'' l.v at work to moke theintielvcs miserable than they do when they deliberate^' cloud tho lights of the only out Inter that it uns |>luin lynx and not veal they bad been eatinK The return trip was started at four ' o'clock Tuesday morning, and the steamer ai rived in port about eleven o'clock the same night. I Last night the steamer went iluuu , iho river a piece und the elerl lie search light proved a great conveni- of much pietism*.--Medicine Hat News. ! the honeysuckle which she t rained ; place on earth where they have any reason to e-xpecl anything like perfect qtii�t and happiness? WANTED, AT ONCE A dining-room girl, and a chain trrms id. Apply Arlington n^tol. over the door, to the bureau in the I guests room which her designing I made a new mode of art for evory j new friend, if It wore only by n now ] nosegay und a chungu of iiiws. Put-jting her own personality into her horn\ every rc-m ar.d n-liront FOI4 SAM-^Sodn Fountain pleto. Apply .I."J. Johnston, gist, Lothhridgo. com � Drug Piles got quick nnd certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made ulona for Piles, and its action is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or, blind piles disappear like magic by lis use. Largo nickel-cuppod Jars SO cents. Sold by J. D. Hlgin totham & Co. Ring up 108 When you want. DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOU SAKK. Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twonty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,*)(i0 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be , made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ELLISON MILLING 10r tf,, aistrici in which the rights & ELEVATOR CO, I applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must tie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, uiul in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will lie 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 tho rtite 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 u sworn statement to that effect at leust once iu each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may Ik* jioriniUed to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for j the working of the mine at the ; rate of $10 an acre. ; For full information application 1 should be made lo the Secretary of ! the Department of the Interior, ' Ottawa, or to uuy Agent or Sub-i Agent of Dominion Lauds. .^...^ W. W. CORY, %|| Deputy Minister of the Interior/ N .B.-U mi u thori zed pubUeaMPQ For Sale-A correspondence course glass In good school. Owner unablo to go on with it. Apply toBux o, Her-lof this advertisement will no) be aid oincB. paid for. ;