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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tITHBRIOOl, AUMRTA, SATUnOAY, NOVEMBKR 14, IMI PAOE THREE Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits Exceed $5,000,000 Why Not Start a Savings Account Now? Money is more plentiful now than at any other season, nncl you can make a good start before the New Year. A Savings Acesant in the Union Bank of Canada will give you a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving. $1.00 starts au account, and deposits of $1.00 and upwards are received. � Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. F^. Anderson, Manager. Rambling Reveries I B Y DREAMER HELLO FOR HOSMER (lIo.snKr, n. C. Tinuis.) An i'li;clion to ratify an ngnu'iiiciit In'tweon the city of I''orni(! unrl tin; East Kootoniiy ToU-phom- Co., was voted upon Tuesday by the rnlepny-era iind was curried by ii 4 to I vole, llinrc being 103 to ,S1 in 11 totnl vote (if l.'W. l''our halli^ls were spoiled. Tliifi iiiiiy iiieiii! Unit Hosim-r may also .Houn liHve 11 ti'li'plioiii' .system witli long (listiiiicc connections will) all points between Nelson imd Spo-kiini' on (he west, and with all of Alb'Tlii, llu-oiipii eonneetioii with the .Albrrta .sy.stiMii iil ("mw's Ne.st,. Hello I Hurry n)i. NAT GOODWIN MARRIED Famous Actor Makes Fourth Matrimonial Venture THE HECLA FURNACE The Western Plumblngjinsmithing & Heating Co P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 ISOVH AND C!IUr,S AS COOKH VoiinpT girl.s and boys loiirn oivsily how to enok, i\n(l iiro proud to stir llie rake, boat Iho cggH, and whip the fro.sUng, long botore tho coinuion mother lias tho patience to lot thoui do it. Does it try your patience? 'I'luit iM just what a Rood mother is for. Did they spill the HViffar iind filir oxer the ciikc? 'I'hoy won't tlo it ne.\t time. Jton't fret at U\cm. Sm.v, never mind, nobo(l.y will know It but you and mo. Tlven jvist you tell who made this cake antic in her work and when sho neeils anything she can put her hands on it in a mo-inont. Sho plans and calculates whenever there is to be extra work, extra cooking, e.xtra washing, etc., and sho knows beforehand just what there is to do, and what she wants to do with it. Iler work moves along like clockwork and when the clock strikes twelve she is ready to put tho victuals on the table. The men arc not hindered-they eat their dinner and get o\it of the way, and her work goes, on according to pro-i gramme, and nobody's time is wasted by her proci-astiiuition. Slio Is on time, the glory of her husband, tho ! beloved of her children, tho admired of all who know Iicr. And this same woman, so exact in her doings, gels more time to rest and read and instruct her children in the paths of right and the social duties they ow-e to all. Ladies, wo hope you are of j this class receiving the blessings of ,\ ijur husband, and the prai.se of all who know you. Our nature demands home. Jt is ihe first essential element of oar j social being. This cannot be complete without the home relations; there would l)e no |)roi)er e(iuird)ri\un of life and character without the home influence. The heart when bereaved and disaiipointcd imturally turns for refuge to home life and symi)athy. No .spot Is so attractive ! U) tho weary one: it is the hearts ! mortal oasis. There is a mother s I watchful love and a father's sustaining influence; there is a husband'a 'protection and a wife's lender .sym-'; pathy; there is tho circle of loving ' lirolhers and sisters, happy in each others' lov(>. Oh, what is life with- All our years of experience and our tore of range knowledge is put into this, one of our latest productions- Golden Nugget Steel Range it built of dead flat, patent levelled steel and lined with asbestos-j out the.se! a desolation, a painful, tlM tond that stands all kinds of heat and never warps or cracks. It's supplied with the new Gurney-Oxford reversible grate, too. The grate witli the interlocking teeth that cut off the dead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire respond quickly. No good coal drops through it either, every particle is burnt. That is one of this range's fuel-saving features. GURNEY-OXFORD Chancellor R.ange �| built of patent-levelled, dead-" flat steel-will last a lifetime. Fitted with the Dujilex rcvcr.s-iblegrate, which can be removed without disturbing the linings. The Gurney-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel and worry, takes all the bother out of cooking. VR.ICE 40-IiUh Closet 910 extra. Rcaervoir $8.30 axlra This grate can be removed and a wood-burning grate substituted without moving a bolt or a screw. T-hen, notice the extra large oven -splendid for baking day. And the drop door forms a solid shelf for basting. The fire linings can be removed without disturbing the top-that means economical repairs. The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nugget Range is a low-price range with high-pricn efiiciency. Wc would like to explain it to you in detail. We know tliat once you have seen it you won't be .satisfied until you have this labor-saving, fuel-saving rango in your kitchen. PRICE, $23-HI|b Closat S7.39 9xtrm, HeaarToir (S azlr� gloomy pilgrimage "through desert heaths and barren sands!" There is lieauty which jierishes not. It is .such as the angels wear. It forms the washed white robes of the saints. It wreathes the countenance of every doer of good. It adorns every honest face, Jt .shines in the virtuous life. It moulds the hands of charlt.v. It sweetens Iho voice of .s.vmpathy, it sparkles oe. tho brow of wisdom. It flashes in the eye of I love. It breathes in the spirit of piety. It is the beauty of tho heaven of heavens. It is that which ma.v grow by tho hand of culture in evoi'y human soul. It is the flower of the Bliirit which blossoms tho tree of life. William Ilpwnrdi Taft, the now president of tho United States, was born Sept. m, 1857. His father was prominent in American imblic life hav ing been attorney-general of the Unit cd States in 1870 and 18T7. lie graduated from Woodward High school in Cincinnatti In 187'1 and four years fater h(^ look his degree from Yale, standing 2nd in a class of 121, of which ho was salutatorian and class orator. In 1880 he took the degree of Ij.Ty.B. from tho law school of Cincinnatti college, dividing the first prize. Ho is also an l^.I..!). of Uenn-.sylvnnia university and Yale, having been conferred with the degrees in 1902 and lOO;? respectively. In 1880 he wa.s admitted to the Ohio bar. In the same year he became law reporter of the Cincinnntli Times and later of the f'incinnatti Commercial. He was assistant prosecuting attorney of Hamilton county, Ohio, from 1881 to 1882 and in 188.'? wa.s collector of international revenue for the first district of Ohio. For the next four years he practiced law in fincinnatli and from 1885 to 1887 he was assistant county solicitor of Hamiltim count.v. In 1887 ho was created a judge of tho superior court of Ohio, and it was in the next three >ears that he began to become prominent in the political and nation al life of the United States. In 1,S'.)0 he became solicitor general of the United States, In educational spheres he also began to assume important roles, and from 1896 to 1900, he was dean and professor in the law (U'liaitiiieiit of the university of fincinnatli. lie is best known l(T the people of the I'nited Slates since 1900. This year ended his term as United States : circuit .JLidge and his activities were then transferred from his own country to the new .\inerican pos.sessions in .\sla, namely, the Uhillipine Islands, 'I'd hini is due the establishment of the first civil government in ilie Philipjiines. Ills jurisdicli(ui there .sliowed him to lie a kcu'liiir proposition, niiiiiely the resignation o( practiciiUy the entire City Council, and so fur no valid reason for this wholesale re-sii;ninp bus been luiblisheil. Why is it thus? Mils the present Council got things iiilo sueli '"i'pe tliat they want to L'l't out fr..;.i undel'. We have had a progressive Council, ,1 Council lliiit liii.s made its mark on the city in nuuiy way.s, and I 1)''-lieve tl.iit with the exception of tin iiiispliieeil tire hall, their actions liavi been for tile general good. Till y h:ive silent large sums of money and many are of the opinion Hint there iniist be a large inereas(> in the '.iix vale next year. We are now to be a.sked to vole a sum of .f.'tO.OOO for the hosi>it!il_and also to pledge .fl.nOO i\ year to it, both of which we should do if we h'ave the moiu'y. 1 would suggest .Mr. Kditor that you obtain from the city treasurer a itatinieiit of the city liiianees and , piililisli the same. A statement that we can all un-ilirstiind, and which will show what, the present city valuatinn i.s, what, the limit of the borrowing power is, liow niucli we have borrowed now. when it has to be jiaid, how much we owe and what assets we have t L'o against it, how much was ruisecf in ta.\es IbiM year, how mncli of this goes into fixed charges such as interest, sinking fund, etc. and how much is available for city im|)ic)ve-ineiits, in fuel a jilain business stat#(�  *  REAL ESTATE BARGAINS *  *'    1-4 Lots., Block A, Hig-  4e i "ibothain Addition, corner 4c  Dryden and Torrance. 4i  for..................$460 % 4c 2-Acre. Lot 7, Block 8. ^  cor. orf MtiBeth and Bail-  ey St. X Jnile from North 4( 4c Ward Scluool ........$750 4^ 4t 3-Acre Li>t 3, Block A, 4c 4^ with good 5 roomed house 4c 4c between Sdiith and Round 4c 4c Sts, only half mile from 4c 4c postoffice ..........S4600 4c 4c 4-Acre Lo|t on Westmin- 4c 4c ster Road. X mile from 4c 4c Central Scliool-Capable 4c 4c of 8ut>-ditiaion into 10 full 4c 4c sized lota ..........$2600 4c 4c 5-East half of Acre Lot 4c 4c 4, Block 7, cor. of Mo- 4c 4c beth and Bailey Sts.. for 4c 4c cash ................$450 4c 4c 6-6 Lots in Block 16 Duff 4e 4c Addition, X mile from 4c 4c postoffice. This Block fac- 4c 4c cb on Crabb St., each $460 4c 4c-AII the above on easy term�-4c   4c4c4c4(c4c4c4c�4c4t>tt4t4! T. E. PATTE80W $ 4c Room 7-Oliver Block 4c �;^4c4ci^4c***4<��4c4r t 85 ;