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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 , Can yon hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can repair yoar watch tht way it ahoald be repaired. 'My work is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Gvm piece is a dandy� besides you will never, sever, never have the chance to buy tbeni at such low prices. A pleasure to ahow goods. The Jcwcicr ^ Yo|U will be building possibly thisaeason, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are pre^red to give you right prices and the best 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. I HicK Wl WaKely The Leading Tianers, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. is recognized generally as a great harbinger of health, and wh^u it can be taken amid sanitary surroundings it becomes a luxnrious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on aris> ing will soon vanish if you have us fit up your bathroom with open Banttarjr plnmbiog, porcelain baths and theiraccompanyingappliancea C. W. GRAY Phone 66 Hardware Rambling Reveries By a Dbbaheb. A woman holds a higher place � Than a king upon hiH throne; Hp rules his kingdom by his power. She l>y her love tflone. Earth hok!s no bettor thing than this, Ko grooter power (ov good. The highest gift Uod can Ijestow, A nobkii wonwnhood. - � This is the work Ho Vives to them, Tci comirdrt guide and bless; To drop on bruised and aching hearts The balnv of tenderness. Better to be a queen of hotnc, Loving, and brave and true; To live that all may find this world Better because of you. Belter to kiss a little face, I>impled, and pure nml sweet; Better to guide, with loVing hands, The little, stumbling feet; lletter to feel the tender cinsp Of soft anus round your neck. Than to sit upon the proudest throne Vliih iwtions at your feet. our The best use we can make of life is to live so that we shall be a benediction to every one wo luoct. The happiest pcr.sona in the worVl are not those rbo have yie most dene (or them, but those who do the most for otherii. L/ile is hard for many people and wc have lio right to withhold any Word or touch or act of love which will lighten the load or cheer the heart of any fellow strugglcr. Did you ever stand in the golden sunlight of a warm day with your eyes turned upon a sheet of fly paper? It. so you may have noticed how when one fly adheres to the sticky surface, its companions, instead of profiting by the horrible warning, immediately buzz dowii and go to destruction in the same wanner, and in a little timi there are a humiied shouMcred deaf, weak and dls- and you Iweome old hjilk-blind, agreeable. Keep up-with the wagon., Change your old vrews and habits fcp new and better ones, when you And thorn, and be always on the lookout for them. TBIBfTE TO WOMEN. Place her among the flowers, foster her as a tender plant, and you will thus make of her a tender plant,and ulie beco�nus a thing of fancy, waywardness and folly. She is annoyed by, a dowdrop, fretted by the touch oJ a butterfly's wing, ready to faint at tlie.soumi of a beottp or the rat-tlins of * vindow-sash at night, and is even cverpowcretl by the perfume of a rosebud. But let real calamity come, rouse her alTcctions, enkindle the tires of her being and mark her then how strong in her heart. Place her in the beat of battle, give her a child, a binl, or anything to protect and see her, lifting her whHe arms as a child, as her, own blood crimsons her upturned forehead, praying [or her life to protect the hel|>lc�s. Transplant her into the dark place of the onrthi pall forth her enorgias; to action and'iter breath txtcames a healing,' hcr,(i>nHK!ncu a blessing. She disputes inch- by inch the strides 'ot a stalkimg pjwtitenco, when man the strong and brave, pale and affrighted, shrinks away. Misfortune hurts her not; she wears away her life in silent endurance anrl goes jorth wfth less tinufdity than to the 'bridal al,-tar. In prosperity, she is a bud full of adverity ;to scatter themi abroad-gold, valuable^ but untried in the furnace. GkM. ifeir Apprcdtitci. . (Winnipeg T�legram.) Charles Mair, the author of "Te-cumeeh.". and other iracms of historic ami literary value, has resignc;thbridge and will take up his rcsidunco in Edmonton whera he will undertake the preparation i.t a history of western Can. ndu.  There is pro)>al)ly no man better e(|uippod both from personal' know- DRKYING. If you wish draying or moylng of any kind dona, call on us. Wa have the largest and best equipped oartaga business in the city, with thoroughly experienoed men in eharge. AH work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for aale. Cioal dalivarad to aU^parta of the city on short ootioe. I Western Wirelioiise & Transfer Co., Ud. OUce-Virat door aautb of Opeaa Housa. Phone 66 SEALED TENDEKS. SEALED TENDERS for the ecu-strubtion of a brick and stone church for Knox Congregation, Lethbridge, will be received up to 20th of June, 1907, by E. IT. Rylands, chairman of B. of v. Knoit Church, Xstbbridge, Plans aad �p�elfleattom may be �e�n at the oflios of the architect, J. H. Q. Ruaaeli, Winnipeg, or may be obtabiad frmurE. U. Rylands. Leth-bridge. A Mparate tender/will l?e required for tho steam beating and plumbing. A.marked cheque for Ave per cent of tender must acconvpany tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, ELECTRICIANS .]3ealers in Electrical appliances, 'Motorr, Private Telephones, Annunciators, , EleotrotiaiB, Shade*, etc. .^lOohsult tis ^, economioal house lighting, i^*!^ Omce-Kedpath St, Lethbrtdga PhouaaOl FOR SALE For sale or will exchange for horses or other property, Tlie Purt! Bred Clysflaie Stallion, Royal Prince, 10,-7tt7. A hnmlsdmo sound, 3 yoar old bay Htaliion. Weight atjout J,800 poumis. Apply to ArE. SMITH. Box 64.5, Virden, Sfun. STRAYED. On to the promises of the tindbr-fiigtied. an old bay mhro. Right foot white, and white spot on forehead. Owner can recover, same by paying exjicnses, V A ADAlfSKI, sw. 1, Sec aa. Tp. 9, R. aa. 13 ab-a7-4 FOUND. Olio mule, by provitiB property paying expenses. Aiiply IJNK'S RANCHE, "la Mile" Coulee, no visible brand. ^Owner may have sanu: " and They are fools, to be sure,, and r,o> are men. Men see their associate* caught in the nets of vice. I>er9 arc exantplos aWti warnings all about hnnmn beings, but they treat them as lightly /{a^ do flics and step down to death Just as iasdnely. THE CARPENTER S SON. Twenty centuries ago there api>ear-ed upon the earth a child ct lowly birth. Not in a palace, not oven in a home of, ordinary, appoiittnicnts but in a manger, the child Ije-held the light of day.. The chii-l grew, developed, and ga-ve promise of a wonderful career. For a reason ho itossed out of siglvt but by and' by Ho appeared again to di.-icloso to those about him concerning the "life W'liich now is and that wh'iuh is to come." Such was the jiower of this strange personality that we Ijaxe authority for saying "They came to Him from ^ every quarter." This the carpenter's son. This was the Man of Galilee. Across the darkness, of the world there ilastood the ligitt of  personal* |ty vhose beamfl still radiate: with a pure aitd linctoViatliSg glbWii Its beams ai� still as fibtent . to' ';8ond wairibth into a hdman'soul as in the dajna when the WultHudes were hastening to:hlm "from every quarter." So widespread is INsinfluence that throughout the length and breadth of Cliristendom church spires ore being pointed heaven-ward in Hisnamo .school doors are opening in which people may onrter and study the principles of the civilization which He opinio to establish. Families arc Ijeing organiwd. and homes >>ii!dLTl upon un ordinance which he luunditil. So widely has he come to bo Urown as the fountain of the world's punist joy, that in the hour of sorrow und even death stricken hearts pau.S(.*lli.thcr class ur peni6n8 is attributed' to the terrible niohotony of their Hws, which ace one unceasing round of hord work. A machine bearing on a single point of tnotal, wears out that point speedily. It is precisely the saihe . with otir lives. One dull round of thought doing the saute tdske at the same hour year aftn the red his nKinncr of life, his system of trilml govermnen^t and his ecnon>ic value as a fur-gdt-tcr awl voyngeur weiv; factors in the life of the 0rent Uno Land. Mr. Mair knows Ms subjopt. Arriving at the Red River settk?nii;nt in 18T0 uoyant movenu�nt of the industrial life of the present. Ho know Winnipeg, a rmte flDllection t�f small half a mile from a fort thjit had jiiriKia, thenm in a generally north-westerly direction through the Yuktn Territory by way of Dawson City to a |K)int on the International Boundary. Iiotween the Yukon Territory ami Alaska, witli further power to construct anjibw�y and Blackfoot thei-e was much that shonLI Imj pi-eserved tC' the world. In the war of the fur-trade, in the coiniing of tlw Selkirk .settlers, and, long 4>ofoiv), m tli'j vc.yages of tlw gallant Fi-ench discoverers, theixi is niiicli nlhat even the western wmld was forgtrtiing in its hurry ami irivtriovably losing or thougbtle.s.'il.N- (le.s-troying in tho honi� buiUling and matonal prosperity �.f the pre.'iont. It is well for western Canada that suth an cncrou,s task sliould \ye. taken by the colllI>oto^^t hand of Chorlos Mair. Lethbridlge Iron Wx^AsXjo^kM^ Iron Castinga and Machine Wdrk Slraotural Steel Colninna Snshweii^itB'Mdl and Mine SappUea Traction Enginat-Bepatira Velvet Bm Iroft Bftbbit Met�l BOIL- E R R E P AI RS �' ^inds Competent Boilermoker sent ont when-required; VVlNMPLiU I AIR July 13th to 20th, 1907 111 SUNSHINE ^Furnace NO BENDING double AND poking : AROUND THE ASft-PtT with A i SHOVEL TO get the ASHES P OUT OF the sunshine. I The Sunshine is furnbhed 1 with a good, big ash-pan. | Ail you have to do is to grasp two strong, firmly attached, alwayar^ool, bale handles and the large, roomy ash-pan easily comes out A minute or two is all it takes to perform the operation. Ail the ashes are in the pan, too. Because they are guided into it by means of asb*chutrs attached immediately below the iire-pot. Sunshine is tKo simplest, easiest-managed, cleanest kind of a furniacei. :You don't have to we.^r overalls and a smock vifheii attending to the Sunshine. If your local deller does not handle the "Sunshine" write direct to us for Frfe Booklet. ILONOON. TORONTO. MONTMAl, WINNIKGb VANCOUVW. ST. JOHN. N.6. J HICK & WAKELY. Sole Agents New Effects in Cut Glass Our recent importations in-chule an assortment of English Rook Crystal, quite ditfereivt from that here-to-fore shown. Tba CrTStal Itarlf la ta��Tlcr nd tbe cutting'* deaper tbau that of jiber yeara-tae eflect la cvau more pleaalof It dlffcm from "Rlrka' Cm tilaat" III thai it, tfriieiuls oiuce upon Ita artlatlc iracery t da-atgii, rortta beamy ratbcr ibaa brllUancv, Rose Bowls, Flower .Centres, Decanters, and Jugs are most prominent in the assortment, some of which come mounted in sterling silver, others plain. iW. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENQR A VER  OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS' Keep your money|at home by using "Our -Best Flour" It has no equal. Mantt-faotured by ELLISON MILLING k ELEVATOR CO. l.eUihritlK friends to your home. S. A. Johnson Successor to C. A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 While You Walt Shoe Repair Shop. Men's sboes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price II .00. F. QERMAN Weat of Bentley Co. L H. FOWLER & CO. Gent'rul liljucksuiithlng �u(l llorseiilioeiug. New bugK'oo to uixler, ourriage |>aint-ing, all kinds of wo(Mlwoik ia wag- nB, winiliiiillH, ranning mills, cr�aiu RoparatoiB, grain plcklars, bU-sIt* luith coal. CCTHAKIDOB. R!n0 ttp 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfutitorily. JOHN BRODIE For Sa1o-rA corivspondenro rouria: In goad Bc.ft>l. Ownur unable to ;(o on with U. Apply tqByx O, Uar* aid' ofllcw. ;