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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can you hoar your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can repwir your watch (lie way it should be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened n shipment of CtTT GLASS. Every piece i9 a dandy, besides you will timer, never, never have the chance to buy them at 9Uch low prices. A pleasure to ihow goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace OR - 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 jobbiug. See us regardiug your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK OL Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. LRambling Reveries I By a Dreamer. I The Mornin* Bath is recognized generally as n great harbinger of health, and when it can be taken amid sanitary sur-rouudimrs it Incomes a luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on aris- ,, vol intf will soon vanish if you have us J |,wi..,t cont. tit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths and theiracoouipanyingappliancet C. W. GRAY I'lione liii llurdwar* X X t V * X c(ll�r In business, and he has kept his carriage. As for the place you are cast in. don't find fault with Unit; you need not to n horse tieeanse you Wore born in a stable. If a bull tossed a man of metal sky high, he would drop down into a guod place. A hard working man v 1th his wits about him will make money while others wilt do nothing but lose it. As to I ho little troubles, who expects to find cherries without stones �.r roses without thorns? Who would win must lenrn to bear. Idleness lie.s in a bed sick of the mulligrubs, while industry finds health and wealth The dog in the kennel barks at fleas, and tho hunting dog docs not even know they are there. Laziness waits till the river is dry. and never gels to market. "Try" swims it. and makes all the trades. "Can't do It" but "Try" made meat out of mushrooms. IIOW TO I1K MISICHAULIO. Sit by � window and look over the way to your neighbor's excellent mansion, which he has recently huili and paid for and fitted tut. and sigh, "O, that I w��re n rich nuin!" Oet angry with your neighbor nnd think you huvo not a friend in the I world. Shed a tear or two, u ml take la walk in the eeurrtery and krep I continually saying to yourself: "When shall 1 U� hurled here?" Sign a w te for a friend and never in the day whisper to yourself: 'I yonder If he will ever pay that note!" 1 think everybody ire-ons to cheat, you. Closely examine every bill you take, and doubt its l.ving genuine until you have put your ne!gh!x>r to a great deal of trouble. Put confidence in nobody, nnd believe every man you deal with to 1c a roguo. Never nccoinmodute If you can possibly help it. lluy us cheap us you can and screw down to the Grind the fueos ami the hearts of the- unfortunate, Ilrood over your misfortunes, your lack or tulcnts, and believe thut at no distant duy you will come to want. Ix-t the workhouse lie ever In your mind, with nil the horrors or distress and poverty. Follow these reri|H>s strictly and you will !� miserable to your heart'it content-if we may so speak-sick at heart nnd at variance with the world. Nothing win. cheer or encourage ytii. nothing will throw a gleam or sunshine or a ray ofwurii-th into your heart. You will l*j un creature, a perfect picimv or woe, discontent ami despair. ery day behind that newly-broken colt lly all moans keep tho bright home-lights burning nntl open wide tho shutters. Home would not tie a dnrkened, narrow nnd exclusive place -that invites narrowness and selfishness in the individual. It should l:c a spot from which light and Joy and good" cheer radiate. You get "down In the mouth" too easily my friend. Cheer up; walk on tho sunny side of tho street; live where you can catch the south winds Sunshine always warms and cheers, get more of it nnd give It out, y duly \oriflod by Statutory l>o clarulion. A\|� Ft It'll I Kit TAKK XoTH'K that after the said l.'tth ilay of .Itily All, I tin?, the administratrix will lie til liberty to distribute the assets of the said deceased or any par', thereto having regard only - i lie claims of which she shall lli.-n have not ice. Datoii, at U-llibriiltte tho L'.1ril day of Max. A.l>. 1WI". W. r SIMMON'S. Advuoato for Adminislr.itrix. l.otlll(ii-lb bridge yest.rday about three ur four _miles to Be*- u. piece of v inter wheat Incidentally we asked tho farmer what he would take for his land. t� which question he replied that one hundred dollars per acre would not buy it. We reasoned that his Ideas were based un the nearness to Lethbridge, of the location of his land, as well �s its fine quality, but hesaw it in a -different light. It seems that Ire has farmed in such states as Iowa and, Illinois jvhere values have ruueb-ed from $100 to $200 per acre, and his comparison, between the crops formerly raised in the State* and those be is now raising here justiAcs his ideas of the value, of Ijis land, at least In his mind. lie claims thnt the advantages here nre larger crops of batter quality, boiler stock country, cheaper and better fuel and land of bettor njuality nt ninety per cent lower price and the certainty to double or triple his investment in his land wjtbin five years or less. Added to this is the advantage of short winters sad glorious Sunny Southern weather the balance of the All.oi'la > ill-run vou l.lniuo linn for valuing his land m a hundred ur more per acre? -for TKXDICltS. Tenders will lie received up to 12 o'clock, nuoii. .lime 17th, 1007. by the undersigned for the erection of Stor.�ho>"o uud Sheds at Material Yard Plans and specifications may be seen at uilite of City Kngiueor. V M AttNOI.D. , .City Kugineer. Lethbridge, dune 0. 1U"7. d 13 TIIK FOLLY OF THE HAY. | There is a dreadful ambitionabroad jfor being "genteel." Wo keep up ! np|ienranccN too often at thu expense of honesty; and tluxigh we may not ! be rich, yet wo must scent to lw 'resectable/ though only, in tho meanest sense-in mcro vulgar show. Wo have net the courage to go patiently t onvnrd in the condition of lift* In ' which it has pleased God to call us; 1 but must needs in some fashionable state to wlilch we ridiculously please to call ourselves, and ull to gratify the vanity of that unsubstuntial. genteel world, of which wo form n part. There Is a constant struggle and pressure for front seats in the social amphi-theatre; in the midst of which all noble soil-denying resolve is trodden down, nnd many fine natures are inovitulity crushed to death. What waste, whnt misery, what bank ruptry, come from ull this ambition to darzlo others with a glare of apparent worldly success, we need not doscrilie. The mischievous results show themselves In a thousand ways -in the rank frauds committed by men who ilnre to be dishonest, but do not rare to seem poor; and In the desperede dashes nt fortune, in which the pity is not so much for those who fail as for the hundreds ftt innocent families who are so often intolved in their ruin. A woman's reason may lie no reason at a 1,1. but it is a waste of time for a man to argue against it. The man who insists in occupying afront seat at a burlesque show al-wa.vs takes a back sent ut church- when he's there. People who think they nre too goo-l to live ought to patroni/u the undertaker. W. .1 III XT, Secretary. :in-n-t:i. WAXTT.I*. AT (INCH A dining-room girl, nnd a rbnm bermuid. Apply Arlington Hotel. WANTKD. General sorvnnt wanted. Mrs. Lethbridge. Apply to ?.y.*��.y� UNSHINf McKenzie & Roy ELECTRICIANS Dealers in Electrical appliances, Motorr, Private Telephones, An-nunciature, Eleotrotiers, Shade*), etc. Consult us for economical house liKhting. Office-Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 What liecomes of the bon-y the honeymoon is over*? after Keep the homeflres bright if you would have the winter of life warm ami pleasant. Some of tho people who are the most anxious uhoul tho recognition of rriands in heaven nre the ones who shako hands with two fingers in church. Don't forget mother when jdcuics and good times aro in order. Don't let her do all the hard wcrk. And boys, treat her to some fresh air ev- lH shakin8 "itn the Sun >'gl shine) what dust $m arises is drawn Mm irom the asn pan up the dust-flue, then across the fire-pot to the smoke-pipe, as shown in illustra- f-v TlMro is no dust nuisance in connection with the Sunshine. Because the Sunshine is fitted with a dust flue (see illustration.) ..^j. ..... When you rock down the t.s$&$iti&^&�! ashes (no back-breaking .^^^ lion, where tt immediately tffi ascends to the outer air. Only two things to remember in connection with this operation :~ open both the dust and direct draft dampers. Sunshine is just the cleanest, simplest, easiest managed, greatest labor saving furnace that you can buy If your Jocal dealer does not �|jf*^ handle the " Sunshine" write direct to us for Wi-i7*-;-'-?�'!' �" rree Booklet MXlatys New Effects in Cut Glass Our recent importations include an assortment of English Hock Crystal, quite il life rout from that here-to-fore shown. The CrTkial luclf I* heavier tuJ ibc cuinu^* der per than tiiat nt utticr year*-ibe effect la evaii inure plr��hi(; It UlfTera frm.i lllr!:h' Out Ulaaa'' in tint it depouu. iuui� upon It* aulailc traccrv of de-�ikii, for lia Uemi!> rattier tliaa killlUlicr. Koho Uowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs are most prominent in the assortment, some of which couuj mounted in sterling silver, others plait*. JW. J. Armstrong} JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS i.f.v.y.v.-.M ASH PAH Keep your moneygat home by using "Our Best Flour" ft has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. I.ellllilillue, Itu.V-muial. HI .grutli. CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s'atiou or bring friends to your home. A. Johnson Successor to 0. A. Johuatoa. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 Landoa, Toronto, Montreal. Winnipeg, St.JeAa. Hanillaa, Cslgsry. HICK & WAKELY, Sole Agents FOWLER & CO. (lunerul HlttcKsmithlug uud lloi'HeshoeiUK. Nuw liugnii-h to order, carriage (minting, ull kinds of woodwork in wag- ns, windmills, fanning mills, croam Feu it ra tors, grain plo.klers, Uaa-;*- tuith coul. LriTtJorxtncB. ^ldf.i\ta While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled uud heeled iu itO miuutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of beutley Co. Sine up 108  When you want DKAYING Dune promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOIl SALR. For Sale-A con-ospondence coiirw In good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox 0, Herald office. ;