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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ;LET H BRIDGE, ALT A.., FRIDAY, MAY AGED WALKS IS M1LEI of Club a Mwk to All Put Century Mark Muskogbn, Mich, May Dan" McPhail 104 yours old. walked fifteen miles today to attend funeral of Patrick Philip Bogie, iriio died on Tuesday nt the age of I McPhail is a member of the "Hun- year old" club, composed of half a dozen residents of Muskegon county whose ages are in the neigh- Used to Pay of Late King of to Mike Qood the Lots Lisbon. May King Miguel j was deposed and banished in 1834 he forced to leave the Portugese na- tion the crown jewels und valuables. Rambling Reveries B Y D K t A t K One of our popular young ladies which wt re deposited in the Bank of who is contemplating matrimony Portugal. Recently the Republican with the advantages which leap year newspapers alleged that part of the gives her, was handed a testament by jewels had been sold-to meet the her father with the leaf turned down penses of the royal house. at the following passage: "He who King Manuel thereupon ordered an' givoth in marriage well, but inventory to be roado, and it was bor hood of the century mark. They j discovered thnt a magnificent belt have sworn to be chums (or and to attend the final services all members who die before them. .studded with diamonds und rubies, several bracelets und a pearl neck- lace, worth 1750.000 were missing. McPhail lives fifteen miles from I mor hank declares he who giveth not in marriage doeth better." She immediately returned it with the following reply written underneath: "Dear father, I am con- tent to do well l.'t those do b-'tter who spot' where she1 could have ultimately learn slowly, ami often through great She has laid down the tribulation, the, solemn teachings of jewels which God gave her to bright- life? And how many fail to catch en and polish, and in their place it at all, each day, and finds nothing but (lust and ashes. It week, and year of thoir lives means is a conceded f jet that there is no. no more than the disconnected words evil without a remedy, and it becomes' oi the blundering scholar means to} us to inquire, where is the evil and him. Happy an> they who eompre- what is the cure? hewl the moaning cliapter A girl loves devotedly. She of takes the sacred ivunc of wife, thoughtless of the responsibilities which her position involves. She marries with an honest desire to make her home a happy one, but not toeing clad in the armor of a well- drilled housekeeper she fails. Her ac- complishments lose power, day by day she feels her uttvr uniUnesp for North Muskegan, where Bogie resided, that he sold the missing valuables He walked the distance to demon- j '.vi'.li the consent of the Government strate that he is still hail and hearty. which forced to raise money in to pay th dt'bts. DEAF AND DUMB FAKIR Chicago, May suposed di'af j vauu> Of and portly blind mendicant who had been arrested was fined und costs yesterday by Municipal Judge Wells. r As if by magic the man's hearing and eyesight were restored and he took from one of his pockets and count- ed out the amount of his fini-. H King Manut-1, in order io avoid scandal, lias undertaken to refund the Away From Home To a young man, away from home, ttlld forlorn city. the hours of peril are those between sunset and bedtime. The moon and jew.-l.s. attitude in is evoking the adimrn- the Republican.-. stars s.'.- more evil in a single hour than sun in a whole day's circuit. Tin- port's visions of evening are all ctunp ic-t tt-nder and soothing im- BUY GAS BY THE BOTTLE New lUuminant, Germany, Exhibited Before the Chem- Club New York, May William J. Hallock of Columbia her station, until at last she despairs told the m-mlx-rs of University Chemists of ever making a clu-erful home for Club last night about a new discov- lier hut-band. (ery it would be possibV for Is the young .wife to Wet a householder to purchase a bott'o think the fault is further back. "Just of illuminating gas on his way home as the twig is bent the tree's in- without leaving a deposit, but the cannot bend it- The illuminant may be bought by self. Jf it inclines in the wrong pound at 15 cents or so when rectum the fault in the hand somebody .starts to manufacture it. which bends it. As yet it.s manufacture has not been Every mother should teach her undertaken in this country. It has daughter just as would desire been used in Germany, whore it was some other mother's daughter taught discovered by. i'rof. Bbu. AfUr him ages. It brings the wanderer to his ,hr of hpr was named Hluugus. hum.-, the child to its mother's arms, and the ox to his stall and the weary laborer to his ro.st. But to the ten- Johnson imposed a fine of' der hearted youth who is thrown upon EX-MAYOR FINED Frimv Albert, Sa.sk., April Justic was then searched and a bank book or two mouths imprisonment on the rocks of a pitiless city, and stands was found showing deposits of ,-x-Mayor H. A. MRcKwan, of Ros-i "homeless among a thousand 452. The man's name is Thomas Can-: them, found guilty of conducting a'the approach of evening brings with thuaro and he is G7 years of age. lottery involving The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lets of tie MlnaJ nl West of Westminster Ri FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each i: an aching sense of loneliness and desolation, which comes down upon the spirit like darkness upon the I earth. In this mood his best impuls- I es become a snare to him, and he is led astray because he is social, af- fectionate, sympathetic and warm hearted If there be a young man thus, circumstanced who is a reader of this department, Jet us say to i him that the books are the friends of the friendless, and that a wisely selected library i.s the home of the homeless. A taste for reading will always carry you to converse with those who will instruct you by their II wit. soothe you when fretted, refresh you when weary, counsel you when perplex., d and sympathize with you at all times. In the middle ages evil spirits were driven away by bell, book and candle. In this age we need but two of those agents, a good book and a candle. tiive her, if you e.tn. a knowledge Prof. Hallock had a jar of it at of music, and other accomplishments 4 the Chemists Club and showed its within your reach, but with them give' power of illumination The gus leaves a practical, knowledge uf house-keep-1 the jar through a tube about the size ing. Let her own hands knead thejof a telegraph wire. The other end bread, make the butter, wash, iron of the tube connects with the burn- and mend, make beds and sweep, cr. dress the children ,prepare dinner j The great advantage attributed to and supper, and then you need not the new' illuminant is its inexpensi be ashamed to her to the very vc-ness. A 22 pound cylinder ai 15 best in the land. She is fitted for cents a pound would give a fifty can lifi', she will succeed, and if the fu- die power light for four months a ture should ,fihd you alone, in the four 'hours a day. world, her husband will gladly come you to a home which you taught your daughter to make for him "The dearest spot on earth." Lift's Lessons Whoever has any observation or ex- perience in the matter, must have no- ticed what a tedious operation learn- ing to read most always is, and were it not for the pifant mind of the child it would bo, far more so. The bright- est and easiest taught children TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mem Way Impta Ci (Uri Letttrttp, ttti. Home Accomplishments We like such Our Spring Suits When thefinishing touches of our tailors are put on these they are worthy of the Fit-Reform reputation and your careful consider- ation. We aim to make them the best Suits at the price in Canada. The fact that we sell more and more of them every season, is the best evidence of our ability to combine style and value with moderate price. 7 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for M'KINLEY HOME TO BE SOLD Woman Purchaser Will Deed Proper- ty, With Contents, to Catholic Church Canton, 0., April in cnt was made today that the home of William McKinley to Catholic hospital. The become a announce- ment was made on behalf of Mrs. Ross Klorer, who a few weeks ago purchased the home with .its relics draw their words, make pauses where souvenirs of the President's pub- there are none, and blunder in var- lie life for ions ways before they acquire the Mrs. Klorer is the widow of a wcal- Any good tailor can give you a better suit for than you can get in Progress Brand Clothing for ability to repeat the words they have learned to form a sentence which has thy manufacturer. It waa said to- day that the property will be trans- an intelligerit'meaning to them. Much Jarred to the Right. Rev. Ignatius F. persevering'plodding is required after j Horsiman. Bishop of the diocese of that, before: they can get the mean- Cleveland. sentiment, and we like, too, a spirit' ing of the story contained in one that darr-s speak out the right in j short page. this age. A wo-' Is it not true of the best of us man who fails in her home fails in all. Home is woman's realm, given into her hands to regulate, govern and beautify. If she fails here she may look in vain for another king- dom, for ?he has failed in the only DEGREES OF L. L. D. Kingston, Ont., April learning to read the stern lessons university yesterday afternoon con- of life? Are we nof. all dull scholars ferred the honorary degrees of L.L.D. when we come to interpret the mean- upon Hon. John Sir Sail- ing of the hard discipline of sorrow ford Fleming, Dr. Barker, (John Hop- and care which falls to the lot of kins University, Baltimore) and Mil- even the-most favored? DC we not ton L. Hersey (Montreal Compare the tailor's suit with a Progress Brand Suit. Then youlll see foryourself that Progress Brand, at its price, is incomparably the greatest value in Canada. 5 ogress Brand Clothing- Sold and Gua McKELVIE, nteeclbr McGUIRE theD NICE PLACE, ISN'T IT? ALWAYS ROOM FOR MORE ENTERPRISING CITIZENS The Daily Herald has a telegraph service equal to any paper published in Western Canada. Maintains special correspondents at all important points in the district and contains the announcements of representative city manufacturing firms, merchants and real estate firms. Sibscrie fcr (Us Eft Daily aitap tudi wft to pnfreunt city ;