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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909. WISE TML-K Say old man don't get disheartened just because your first investment went wrong. The country is full of good things, I'll give you, a You may lose money sometimes but not all the time, failures to make money comes from fear, grit is the biggest asset you can own. PLUCK is the mould in which money is minted. Get in on the ground floor. Buy Burdett lots today. Don't wait until the price has advanced 300 to 500 per cent. Buy now and reap a harvest. Burdett lots are a safe, sure and profitable investment. HATCH COONS and WEBER REALTY CO., Agents for Lethbridge. '_______ a M M t M -f I -f 4 -f -f -f -f T -f .4- 4- 4- .4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 -f 4- 4- 4- I 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4- GOTO GRASSY LAKE Frowi a Western Window j She Knows .-keep yuitin' it off" made her the She -does not know who Caesar luminary around which her family ,Nor when Columbua sailed the seas; revolved, and enabled her to retrieve VICTORIA DAY -f -f A Grand Day of Sport An Exceptionally Low Fare of for the round trip has been Train leaves Lethbridge 8 a.m. Football League Team of Lethbridge vs. Grassy Lake Baseball vs. Grassy Lake Running Races Cowboy Races Trotting Races Tug of Lake vs. All Comers 4- 4- i She may, for ail she says or does, Think Botticelli is a cheese Now, gentle reader, don't commence To say you think it is a pity To live in ignorance so j You see, she's pretty. She will not wrinkle up her -brow i To call to mind a verse of Keats': j Ask her if Shakespeare's'wming now i She'll say she likes the parquet i seats i Of current topics she may speak i And show misinformation But in the rose-pink of her cheek I There is a- dimple. i She'll tell you socialism's cute Because a friend who's rather plain I Is lecturing from here to Butte i An-d has so many in her train i She cannot tell you what is meant By the philosophy of Ibsen, But hers is beauty that is A Fisher-Gibson. So, what is history to her What are reformers and their ilk She has the latest word on fur And wears the newest shades in silk. Sigh not that she must live -alone, For her. unlearnedness quench your pity She knows all that needs to be You see, she's pretty D. Nesbit, in Life. EUM TO-NIGHT The Lieutenant and the Cowboy Prices 25c., 35c, 50c. the family fortunes (if luminaries do such things) by going out to service and wiping out a. debt of ten dollars contracted by her father. She does much more than pay off the ten dollars, but perhaps the best of all, from our standpoint, is to talk a great deal and to write a diary, full of unconscious wit and childish pathos. We are glad when the rewards are given out, i and she has a prospect of living happy ever afterwards. j Her mother shows that she is the true parent of such a child, for when Mrs. Francis, a dreamy, unpractical 'wom-an, presented little Danny with !a pair of netiher garments with which j she had wrestled two days, Mrs. j Watson threw up her arms and gasp- j led: "Save us all Them'll fit none j of us. We're poor, but thank God, j _ i we're not deformed." We should like to hear more of the j blue bird carries the sky on his by the sudden illness and death of a j rancher who lived among the Croft-j and the remark has become a son-in-law, Mr! B. Morton Jones, of ers whose methods of cooking were classic. simple in the extreme, "He ate out j Last year a pair built a nest in a j of the frying-pan he milked the cow j corner of our garden, and this spring 'in the porridge-pot, and took only very gallant Mr. Bluebird with his j what he needed for each meal, rea- I sedately dressed little mate have soning that she had a better way of been flying around bid quarters. it than he had." -We would give a good deal to know So if you have a copy of "Danny" j if ..they -were our friends of. last year, around, get it out. It will yield you j but tradition saith not. an evening's enjoyment. .As it iSj we're grateful' for the It is enough to make us a, bit en- vious to hear of the good fortune Have you read "Sowing Seeds in i Danny It's not one "A Midsummer lie are ample recompense for reading with the Mendel- jit all. Foarlie is an embryo Mrs. and "The Tempest" with iWiggs. The latter's philosophy was Sir Arthur Sullivan's music. In for- "Now here, don't you go and >'ears the Pastoral plays were 'sorry- fer yerself There's alwavs outdoors on lawns and in big lots of other folks you can be sorrv :grassy sPaccs> were doubly fer 'stid of yerself." Pearlie's was. from their outdoor setting, as shown in the little note-book that Xot only werc thc cities favor- Mrs. Francis gave her, "Sometimes I feal like gittin' lonesum, but I jist COAL LUMP a ton delivered or a ton at mine. STEAM PLOUGH COAL 75c a ton at mine. All Coal sold C. 0. D. Address postcard to Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY ed by those players, but also some of thc smaller ones which werc anibi- koep it off." This ability to to foi' Perform- ances. When our new opera house is built, of coiivse it will be easier to provide j for good attractions, and it is to bo j hoped wo shall have many such. But "wo cannot -help wishing that we might have had a chance in the new Presbyterian church, which served so well for this other concert, to have hoard Edith Miller. At last Spring seems to be really hcrc. We ought to "touch wood" while; remarking it lest our glorying be in vain. The bluebirds seem to be enjoying to the full thc sunny atmosphere, and it makes ono happy just to sec tho quick flash of the bright blue wings. Stevenson says somewhere, he is a dull man whose heart docs not boat a little faster nt sight of a gipsies' camp. I should like to add a postscript to that in favor of the blue-bird. His vivid, j daring plumage, clean-washed as though by the clouds of heaven, is audacious ami yet so satisfying to one's sense of beauty, that the bird seems like a ministrant from an- other world- Thorcean says, "The deeply regretted by all. weeks ago the family comfort which For an average of seven tons of coal to an eight- roomed house, an even tem- perature of sixty-five to seventy can be kept up from October to April. Once a Sunshine Furnace is started there is no work attached to its operation beyond placing in coal twice a day, and drawing out ashes _and filling water pan every other day. Chains on a pulley fixed in the hall, or room above the cellar, answer the respective requirements Up, or Closing Off. No -caretaker is necessaiy, no engineer has to be called in. No precautions, beyond following directions, are necessary. If you can run a stove (and who cafinot) ou can run a. Sunshine Furnace. 'Phone or call on the furnace man in your town, whose name appears below, and secure full particulars. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS ;