Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Listen 1 Can you hear yonr watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that T can reptiir yonr watch the way it should be repaired. My work it) 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 Jeweler r Rambling Reveries By a Dieameb. 1 I. You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB - Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the b^st of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See ns regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. ii Hich (a WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and ,Hot Water Filters. DOXT WHINE. Dcn't h� whining about having a fair chance. Throw � scnsiljlc man out. ol tlie uimtow and he'll taW on his feet and ask the nearest way to his work. The more you have to begin wHh the less you will have in the end. Money you earn yourself is much brighter than any you get out of dead men's bags. A scant broak-tmat in the morning of life wets the appetite for a fenst later in the day He �-ho tasted a squr apple willlmve the more relish for a swoot one. Vour pre.scnt want will make future prosi>erity all the su-octer. Bighlecn pence has sol up many a iwdlar in business, and he has kept his carriage. As for the place you ore cast in. don't find fault with that; you need hot l;e o horse Iwcause you Were born in a stable. If a bull tossed a man of metal sky high, he would drop down into a good place. A bard working nvan vith his wits about him will make money while others will do nothing but lose it. As to the little troubles, who expects to fmd cherries without stones Lr roses without thorns? Who would win must learn io bear. Idleness lies in � bed sick of the mulligrubs, while indu.y and good cheer radiate. You get "down in the mouth" too wsily my frieml. Cheer up; walk on the sunny side of the street; live where you can catch the south winils Sunshine always warms nnd cheers, get more of it ond give it out, yr to a great deal of trouble. Put cohridcncc in nobody, and believe every n�an you deal with to le a rogue. Never accommodate if you can possibly help it. Buy as cheap as you can and screw down to the lowest cent. Grind the faces and the hearts of tho unfortunate. Brood over your misfortunes, your lack of talents, and believe that at no distant day you will come to want. l>;rt the workhouse lie ever in your nvind, with all the horrors of tress and poverty. Follow the.sc recipes strictly and you will lie miserable to your heart's content-if we may so speak-sick at heart And at variance with the world. Nothing wiU cheer or encourage ycu, nothing will throw a gimmi of sunshine or a ray ofwarn!ith info your heart. Vou will lie an Isolated creature, a perfect picture of woe, discontent and despair. To prevent salt frouv lumping nii.t cornstarch allowing one teaspoon cornstarch to six of salt. Alter broiling or frying, wiiie oil nil the fat mat sputteretl on the range with old nowsimpers. After scrubbing the floor, take old nowspa|)ors and lay them in front of the doors anfl whei-ever the most walking is done. It keeps the floor clean much longer. To clean granite ware whore mixtures have burned on: llalf fill th� dish with cold water, add generous pinch of washing soda, heat slowly to boiling point, then emjrty, when dish may Ije easily cleaned. I'o keep sinks free from grease, pour down once a week n potash solution made from one-hnU can of f>ot-ash dissolved in one' quart of hot water. For glassware, mirrors, etc., mix calcine magnesia with enough gaso -lene tQ make a Hiiuid the consistency of cream. This will polish tlwni e.\-ccllently. To clean pnifit put one tablespoon-ful of nmmoniu in one quart of hot water, dip a flannel cloth into this and wipe woodwork. If cleaned thi.s way no scrubbing is necessary. To wash feather pillows choose a brii^ht windy day, fill the washtul) with hot suds and plunge the pillows (with feathers) in thenii. Put them through several vatei-s shaking them briskly, then Hang,on the line in the oi)cn air. When perfectly dry, shake well. They wil^ bo light andi smell sweet. After they have Ijcen washed this way they ought to lie hung out ill the warm fresh air for a week ev-dis- '^'"^ >�ver in the hot sun, as the heat draws the oil out of the fcatluTs and gives- them a bnd odor. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. sSuceessort to George Rogere^ Builders' Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Mouldings Lime Building Paper Tar Paper 1^ Doors Windows Lath Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23- Lethbridge, AJta. f Notice to Creditor* STUAYED on STOLEN. IS Tim MATTIOU OF THK lOS-TATE OF FItANCES HERMAN SI NO Ell I.ATE OF LETll-HHIOGF,, IN THK PROVINt 10 OF ALUEirrA, DECEASED. Pursuant to the order of The Hon -orable .lusticc HmrVyy dated llie 2;bd day of May,.A.D., l'.)07. TAKP: NOTIcrO that all persons having claims against the above es -tale are ret|uiri>d to senil to the undersigned on or befoi-e the ir�tli ilny of July. .\.1J., 190T, a complete set -tienieiit of such clain>s aguinst the Said estate together with a state -ment of the .security (it any) held (or the same, such claim and stuteinoiit to be duly verified by Statutory Du-claration. AND FIJHTIIEn TAKE NOTITK that after the said l"ith-day of .July A.D., 1907, the ndiiiinistratrix will be at lil)erly to distribute the assets ,of the said deceased or any part jthereto having regard only . i � he claims of which she shall then have notice. Dated, at Lethbridge the 2.1id day of May, A.I)., 1907. W. (!. SIMMONS, Wdvocate for Adniinistratrix. Lethbridge, .Mberta. .'10-6-1.1. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. Tion Castinga and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns Sa9hwei P' i i . 1111 n n- i > i t hf? Wt'^ i Sta^\e entiieb ( lose May 23'(i Harn.-bs (yarses Ji.'V 2".I AM otht-s J-,!v Is!, Am . ithf-' Western Warebou&e & Trimsfer Co., Ltd. Office-First door south of Opera House. Phone 63. $100-AN ACRE FOR LETHBPJDOK FA KM LANDS. We toolc a spin out from Ix'th-bridg* yesterday about three or four _nirilo8 to see a piece of vinter wheat Incidentally we asked the farmer what he would take for, his land, to which question he replied that one hundred dollars per acre would not buy it. We reasoned that his ideas were based on the nearness to Leth-bridgie, ol the location of his land, as well M its fine quality, but hesaw it in u different light. It seems that ttc haa farmed in such states, as lowa a'nd,IUiaoi8 jvhere values have reached nunciatora, Eleotrotiers, Sttadee, etc. -' , CoMBult US for economical bouie liKlitiiig. THE POLLY OV THE DAY. There is a dreadful ambitionabroad foi^ being �genteel." We keep up appearances too often at tho expense ol honesty: and though we ntay not be rich, yet we must seem to be 'respectably,.^ though only, in the meanest sense-in mere vulgar show. Wo have not the courage to go patiently onvard in the condition of life in whirji it has pleased Ood to call us: but must needs in some fashionable state to wiiich we ridiculously please to call ourselves, and all to gratify the vanity'of that unsubstantial, genteel world, of which we form n part. There is a constant struggle and pressure for front seats in the social am|>hi-thcatre; in the midst of which all noble selt-denying resolve is trodden down, and many fhio natures are inovitalily crushed to death. What waste, what misery, what bank ruptcy, coma from all this anWiition to daTizle others with a glare of apparent worldly success, we need not descrilx). The mischievous results show thcm�wlveN In a thousand ways .-in the rank frauds committed by men who �lare to be dishonest, but do not e^ve to seem poor; nnd In the desperate dashes nt fortune, in which the pity is not so mtich for those who fail as for the hundreds of innocent families who are, so often involved in their ruin. Fioni^tlie vicinity of Warner, one bay mare, 9 years' old, one yeor old soirell colt, and one bay sucker. � A reward is oO'ered for their return to iBDDIE LIND, ~ Warner, Alta. What liecomes ol thts'hnnoy the honeymoon is over*? after Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Keep tha home-flres bright if you would hm\� the winter of life warm and pleasant. Som� ol the people who ara the most anxious aboiii the recognition of friends in heaven are the ones who shake hands with two flngurs in church. Bon't forget mother when jilcnics and good times are in order. Don't' let her do all tite hard wcrk. And boys, trcftt her to some fresh air ev-' A u'oiiuin's reason may lie no reason at alf, but it is a waste of time for a .niun to argue against it. The man who insists in occupying, afront seat at a burlesque show un ItH artlatic tracery iif de-iKiii. for 11* beiiuty rattier \bta tifllltaiic.v. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs are ^ most prominent in the assort- S uieiit, some of .-which come t mounted in sterling silver, others plain. CABLIV�RY � hen you need a CAB To go to the s*.ution or bring friends to your home. iVf. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVEB OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS y. A. Johnson Successor to C. A. JohnstoB. Under Electric Light Oflice. PHONE 179 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. direct to us for '.'�.J LmiAni, TgfMito, MbMrMl. WiMipM. Vssm gt.ifehs. Hwiihoa. fkfi^, HICK & WAKELY. Solcilienl$ 9;% Keep your moneyBat home by using "Olir Best Flour" It has no �^nal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. I.etlihi'idKe, Ray-inuiid, Mi>grutb. L H. FOWLER & CO. Qenerul Blacksniithlng and Horsestioeing. New buggies to order,, carriage pnint-Ing, ull kinds of woodwork iu wag- ns, windmills, ranning liiills, crMin mparators. grain picklers, ^'^ii* with coal. UCTHBniDnE. MLDCnTA Afen's sloes soled and heeled in 80 minutes. Price $1.00. F. QERMAN West of Bentley Go. Rfnc (ip 108 When you wuni Done promptly and satisfactorily. iOHN BRODIE FOIl SALE. For Siile-A correspondence cOtirs#'"''^ In good school. Owner unablo to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald otRee.