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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LEYHBRIOQC, ALT A., F I 0 A V, (4 A Y Jt, RamMing Reveries B Y O H E AM E R Strength for today is all that we need As there never will }xj a tomorrow, For tomorrow will Ixj another day With Us measure of -Joy and sor- row. Strength lor today, in house and home, To practice forbearance sweetly, To scatter kind words and loving decdii, Still trusting in God completely. If there's ono thing more than ano- ther that betrays a man's littleness or lack of raising, that thing is to give utterance to blood-curdling oaths on the street, regardless of who may bo in hearing. Such performances strengthen the belief in the Darwinian theory without any very groat ad- vancement from the point of start- ing. Did you ever watch the operation of a loom in a woollen mill? So long as the operator attends closely to the work in hand all goes well, but if; she too much attention to what her .neighbor is doing, her work is like'.y to get "down" and "overshots" appear. So in our life- weaving, many a "break" is made in the web simply from giving too much attention to the warp and woof of other's lives, and too little to our own. THE WIFE A good wife is to a man wisdom acd courage, strength, hope, and en- wite possesses fu-mness, decision, pucr- make her foel that she is troublesome j should look for closed OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE APPOINTED gy und economy. There is no outward mid impertinent. If feSio attempts tojtightly when you go out, 'Don't wait prosperity which cuu counteract in-.rally you good natunxlly on any of till uome one is gone from you to dolencc, folly, and extravagance, at your peculiarities, never join in the tell their Won't wait until The Jast issue of the Alberta Ga- hoiue. No spirit eun long resist bad laugh but frown her into silenco. If'your sister is far away in another zette contains notice of the appoint- His home must ejw (aultn (and perhaps may he'land- lo tell how holpful. snfnt o? The Trusts und Guarantee be to him a place ol repose, of peace, ignorant which, without doubt'pretty, or how courteous she is, and Company, Ltd., of Calgary, as Official she will never attempt with don't wait until'the weary hands are Assignee for the Judicial District of kindness, to correct them, but con- crossed ami the long sleep comes be- Maeleod. This is the first instance tinually upon her ears: tore you make'mother know what a in which a Trust Company has been of cheerfulness, of comfort, and his soul renews Us strength and again forth with fresh vigor, to en- courage the labor and troubles of the world. Every wedded pair might happy did they but bear each other's bur- dens, and strive with half the -xcal they sometimes exert to make each other's mutual happiness. Every farmer who provides himself with a beautiful by green lawns paths, a well cultivated farm all that makes life pleasant, is a blessing to any neighborhood. Were there no tramps, no paupers, but if all classes could be induced by prop- er training to become-self-reliant ci- tizens, useful, first-to themselves and home, surrounded and promenading and ''What a good wife Mr. Smith hast" "How happy Mr. Smith is with his In company never seem to know you have a wife. Treat all her beautiful blue'are her eyes, how um- appointed to a similar position in the dcr her heart, and how dearly you Province, and is a just recognition love her. it all when of the facilities afforded by a com- the walk through life is hard, and pany of this kind for the handling of remarks with indifference. lie very the sunshine of praise is yearned for estates of all kinds, whether inso'.v- affable and complaisant to every oth- to brighten it, and to warm and en- ent or not. It is esspecially organiz- er lady. If you follow these direc-.jcourage the pilgrim by the wayside, ed for the purpose of acting as ex- ecutor under wills, Administrator of tions, you may be- certain of an ob- edient and heart-broken wife. FAULT-FINDING Don't get in the habit of it. It js the easiest thing to do and the hard- Happy are they whose names sug- estates of persons who die without gefit gladness -and brightness, whose wills, guardian of the estates of per- presence acts as sunshine wherever sons under twenty-one years of age, they may move. Even those who arc and persons of unsound mind, as well thankful and bright by graco, and re- as Assignee and Liquidator of insol- commend that which is pure, good vent estates. The officers of the com- est tiling to stop in the wide, wide lofty; by putting away murmur- pany are thoroughly experienced in world, It ruins your temper aml'jngs> complaints and irritability, all these lines of work, and anyone spoils the shape of your mouth. Try and see the good rather than the dis- durance. A b'ad one is confusion, weakness, discomfiture and despair. No (rendition is hopeless when the indirectly to their fellows, by bearing agreeable in the people and each his'share of the world's You would not go to gross, the millt-nium would be on its way hither. HOW TO MAKR A GOOD WIFE UN- HAPPY See your wife as seldom as possible If she is warm hearted and cheerful in temper, or if, after a day's work or a week's absence, she meets you with a siniljpg face and in an affec- tionate manner, be sure to look cold- ly upon her and-ajiswcr her with mo- nosyllables. If she forces back her tears and is resolved to look cheerful sit down and gape in her presence, till she is fully convinced of your in- difference. Never think you have any thing to do to make her happy, but that her 'happiness is to flow from gratifying your caprices; and when Think more of our preservations, our interested in business placed in the deliverances, and let bright nope buoy care of the company will a friend's house and find fault with what she does and with what t-de has, and her ways of living. What right have you, then, to find fault with those who arc more than to people of your own blood? If there Is a grace thiU all are stingy with, it is that of praise, and yet it is one with which we ought to be lavish. Why should you tell your friend that her bonnet is unbecoming, and when you never said this to your sister? Why should you go out to tea and praise your neighbor's muflins, when you have forgotten to tell mother how good hers were? Why should you announce how much Mr. Wilson over the way knows, when father is a great deal better informed man, and it has never entered your little houd she has clone all a woman can do, be to whisker quietly to him how much you appreciate hjsv wisdom? You keep your ability to discover faults for the home while "the eve that sure you do not appeal- gratified. Ne- ver take an interest in any of her pursuits, and if she asks your advice, above the sombre and unpleasant have the benefit of the wide experi- things of life, and our depression wifL once of its officers, as well as the se- be replaced by.the garment of praise, curity of its large capital, which stands as a guarantee that all pro- perty placed in its control will be faithfully dealt with. The appoint- A HEATED DISCUSSION Took Plact in Saskatchewan Legis- lature Trivial Matter Regina, May somewhat heat- ed discussion took place between the leader of the Opposition and tlie gov- ernment in the Legislature today as to whether certain documents were or were not laid on the table of the House. The premier statvd that the documents were handed over for ex- amination by Mr. Haultain, hut were not left on the table. He offend to bring down the whole file or any por- tion of it if Mr.-Haultain would make a request. This Mr. Haultain refused to do insisting-that the documents had been left on the table and should be brought back without application. Mr. Haultain eventually withdrew his motion to adjourn the Houso and the discussion ended. meat' will prove a popular one and is a just recognition of the standing and stability of the Company, which was recently appointed the Public Ad- ministrator for the Wetaskiwin, Cal- gary, Maeleod and Lethhridge Judici- al Districts. JOHNSON MUST WAIT Sydney, May syndicate which is arranging for the visit to Australia of Tommy Burns, the heavy- weight pugilist, has deposited 000 to bind the match between Burns and Lang, the Australian boxer. The fight is to take place at Sydney in August. The syndicate also has the rption' of 'arranging the two additional fights at each. American Restaurant Is now under a new manage- ment and is prepared to serve at all hours. White help only employed. Board by Week Meal Tickets TKomas Desmond m FRONTENAC LIBERAL CANDI- DATE Kingston, Out., May Fron- tenac Liberals have nominated H. W Reynolds for the legislature. FIRST BROAD GUAGE TRAIN Tokio, :May first broad guage train of American cars on the south Manchurian railway made a successful trip on May 27th. j; Coal, Ice and PRAYING WesternTransfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 03 Pioneer Coal IS ON TEE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JIMtS ISICA1FT: Prop. The Gigantic Undertaking in the West This Year of the Grand Trunk Pacific, Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern, and Great Northern The railroad construction work to be carried out in Western Canada this year is enormous. Briefly the plans of the railroads are as follows: On the Canadian Pacific 1. The connection of Weyburn and Stoughton. The grade was built last year and the steel will be laid this year. 2. The completion of the line from Wolaeley to Rcston. Thp grade is complete, and the remaining steol, 39 miles, will be laid this year. 3. The Sheho extension. Thirty seven miles into Lumgan. 4. Asquith to Hardisty. The dis- tance to be completed is 196 miles, on part of which the grading has been done. This is a part of the main line between Winnipeg and Edmonton. 5. The Moose Jaw extension. Oper- ations will be continued this year from Tuxford In a northwesterly di- rection. Fifty miles of additional track are promised for this year. 6 Grade revision work, west from Swift Current on the Medicine Hat section. Also the Field HUI grade re- vision work. 7. The Lothbridgft bridge and the replacing of old bridges with steel structures on the Pacific division and in southern British Columbia. On the Canadian Northern The work on the -Osiwidian North- ern has not yet been officially outlin- ed. Representatives of the com- pany state that na much work will be done this year as last and suggest the following as a probable list of the un- dertakings of the year. 1. The completion of work on the Brandon-Regina branch. 2. Ballasting on the extension of the line from Rossburn to Russell and the possible extension of the line to the northwest in accordance with the plans of the company as already fully outlined. 3. Ballasting of the line to the Pas Mission and the extension of the line in the direction of the Hudson Bay. 4. Tracklaying on the line from Saskatoon to Goose Lake and the possible extension of the line. 5. Tracklaying on the line running from Dalmeny on the main line to Carleton, twenty-five miles. 6. Track laying and further grading on the Oak Point line, fifteen miles. 7. Track laying and ballasting on the Oakland extension along the west- ern side of Lake Manitoba. G. T. P. and National Trant- continental 1. The completion of the line from Portage to Winnipeg, fifty-five miles. 2. The closing of the gap in the line between "Portage and Saskatoon. 3. Grading operations for one hun- dred miles to the west of Edmonton on the contract of Foley, Welch Stewart. 4. Grading operations on the line for cr.c hundred miles eastward from Prinjc Rupert on the contract of Fol- ey, .Walsh A Stewart. 6. The completion by the G.T.P. of the line from Port Arthur to the point of junction with the main line, The larger of the above maps shows the railway constuction to be carried out this year between the western boundary of Manitoba and the Rocky Mountains by the Canadian Pacific railway, the Canadian.Northern, wlw ay, the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, and the Great Northern railway. The smaller map shows the railway construction plans for this year between Winnipeg and the Saskatchewan boundary, ;