Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
TOWN IE Business and Residential Lots are now on sale. One-Third Cash, One-Third One Year, One-Third Two Years. Interest at 7 Per Cent. On Sale at Office ofr Phone 63 AGENT, LETHBRIDGB. Ott Block ' Rambling Reveries ' ----- By a Dream eb. !_____! Discontent is the |ieg in you shoe that hurts. A woman's smile, ib the Jtttlo p m we find in the prose of I.to. If overyono was as good as -.h-'.v think their neighbors ought to what a splendid world thin would be. Isn't It better to say to the h.iy when you waut him to do something "I wish you would," and not. "You must?" When at ovo, at tho bounding of :he landscape, th� heavens appear to recline slowly on the earth, imagination pictures Iwyong tho horizon i n asylum of hope, a native land oflove; and nature seems silently to nn�ent that man is immortal. coldness in the home gcmlors selfish - porous, lot us sometimes th.nU of thu ness andlnulness. Despotism in the ilurk du^s that limit come, uikI initio 1 family is the most common andworse MorehoUM.' of memory treasure worn.' in nil the earth. Family government of thu sttnshino thirl now surround*, is not patvntul tyranny. (Sovern -'"s to cheer the dn.v>thut uiv w.th-tnewt is good, loving, cordial, he'p- out us warmth. Thoughts of the ful. Joyous; Us yoke easy ami burden happy pnst with its li>v� ami i�t-.-light; but parental tyranny is hursh; sure, will drive the gloom from i'Xnoting. cruel. discouraging and hours that otherwise will In- d.ir'i. gondcreth meanness. We have fairs lor "'The memory of things keepeth PRESS GRINDING*. Toward the cheerful homo the children gather "as clouds and as doves to their windows," while from tho homo which .s tins nhodoof discon -lent, strife and trouble, they I'y forth as vultures to rend thoir prey. Tho class of men' who disturb und distress the world, are not thiso iKirn and nurtured amid the hallowed influence nf Christian homes, I at rather those whose enrthly life i-as Ijoen a scene of trouble and voxut -ion-who have started wrong in th pilgrimngo, und whoso course is on; of disaster to themselves and tr.ui -tile to those around them ' A single little word may lAm.'iuiei an entire family for a whole day. surly glance casts a gloom over 'ho household, while a smile, like a gem of sunshine, muy flght up tlve dark-' est awl weariest hours. Like nnex -peeled flowers, which spring up along our path, full of freshness, fragrane.,-und beauty, do kind words and gentle aets and sweet dispositions, make glad tho homo where pence and bless jng dwell. No matter how humble tho uhodfl, if It bo thus garnished with grace and sweetened with kindness ami snillos. tho heart will turn lovingly toward It from nil the tu-rouR of the world, and it will bo the dearest spot beneath the circuit of the sun. And the Influences of homo perpetuate thomse.vos. A homo Umt is not a homo is a school of vice. Domestic love leads to ol) noble virtues, but discord >r to improve mechanism, stock, fur-ming and fine urls, measures to im-provij home are a thousand times more important Here is where ihe right kind of men uro made. wurm the heart that once .-i 11 Alberta the press as n whole b. � Hot �i/.e Up to the weeklies iii 11 Southern country. the anticipation us in tho realimtion pleasing as possible. 1a-1 the About half of our happy days nre' ed sunshim'" of our tirew.10,1 licrasioned by our looking forward, leups ehtvrfull> up the chimney. Into the iinhappiness of the other hall augmented out of tho sti|hds or. the shadow of sorrow, we dor-j'-'v'n tlikiiij;h the Conservative n n-ln.,i J dhlate publicly expressisl tbrmigh the press his utmost confidence in Cnrdstou Star-That 1. rticl.....1 the front pagv -motxl Chronii'le n-gai'diiig the luring owr of the AH. & I. by J. J. Hill is on.s of the most pleasing alii choice bits �>i reading we have p.-r-sueil since we devoured a marr ip-1,1 certificate from the Counlty Clerk in the Salt I^ike City and Coiim'.v lluildiu|r tiiitny m-ious ago. We u.kiI Mr. Hill t 1 give 11s 11 bettor service mere molehills of anniime N-ome mountains, when viow>-d at a distance ahead. Some persons never take actual comfort. In trnnq-id times the > gloom by stored sunshine, if we uro as wise as S'nture rilAI'PKn HANDS Wash your hands with warm water dry with n towel and apply Chum-berlnin's Salvo just before going to If we take things as they come, wo ( bed. nml a s|Hug the people lu-lw-n the judge's uprightness. Now he hi>s ( uuu' who has htuified the reason why lie will to-day pay more tor a Hto'-.� are inveigled inio'^'hoe than ho would pav fur a sle- the lolls It is holding a dangerous ' mnd-J on the col�l lei's bemh will tm-serpont in our hearts, which grows derstand why Semi-Heady tailoring with what it, feeds upon It is sin- ' must of necessity win all the boiler ful, for It is nn abiding distrust, of 'lass of tailoring Initio, x.i i,.'io.- i'nn possibly excel the work on a Neml-ready suit or overcoat, even though it Is' but S15 serge or tweed for good tailoring h-dps tb u �w |ili.vsi(|iie tyjM' system of th.i Seuii-Hendy. The phvshpie typ^s A, II, I'. 0, V.. V. and O. mean more than mere shoe width, just as do thi live Nanton News: The News don't l.ko to 'butt-in" to Conservative^ family aftairs, but It can't help but resent the attitude of the Consor-' ,,,.,, ,, vatl\e journals throughout ihe prov- Uoyul Flush, inee toviird tho leader nf his tnaj--.t.v's loyu! opposition, the member , from High H.ver rUllng, and a r;si-', dent of Nanton. Why ull this- talk nlmui wanting a strong leu*ler of the \ opposition in tho legislatuiv. It Th� ,nnn who wears a comfort l.-st 1ll|e that Mr. Hobertsor. had no j ventlcs are thoroughly safe to chil C width shoe does not of nocessity | pivious legislative exper.enco when dron, and as effectual for adults. Physique Type C suit of he was called to the leadership of Sold and recommended *n & wnl uml the minority; but what ha� been 03 cent Imjxck by J. 1>. Higlnbnilinm � Mr. Walsh's previous legislative ex-j IVovenlics aro toothsome can.ly j tablets. PrevenMcs dissipate all ! colds quickly, nnd taken early, when I you first feel that a cold is coining 1 they check ami prevent them. IV". NO EQUAL AS A WATER HEATER Ood's goodness. STOHEU SUNSUIN'R SoiTte writer has given us thought In tho seasoned firewood put away for winter ttRn is stored tho sunshine for Ihe dark days that are rnminq'. , va,.iul4ons ,)f each ty|K, am, the man, When somibre elmals hide'the sunlight of heaven from us, nnd the in Id winds sweop a landscapo thut is dre.n- ami naked, it is to our flreplacesth.it we turn for warmth and light. l>ur ing the glorious summer time we phould not foeffot the dark days that arc coming, nor n.^gloct to provide for use "stored sunshine" En 'dry and Reasoned firewood. When our lives are bright and pros- sizes of each vui'intion. A. Southard asks you tn see the silken Semi-Heady lalsjl on the inside of pockets of oats, trousers and ovorconts. M. J. Manning, formerly of the Merchants Hunk. Hed Door, has been made tin ins|xtelor and will make b :s headquarters there. perience Wher-ln Is Mr. Walsh superior to Mr Hnhertson? Or Is tho opposition trying to bunco the 1 lee-tors nf Clleichen? If tho opposition ean't apiirecinto what the electors of this riding have done for them, the best -thing nest tin** will Isi to s mkI a liliernl. The News was afraid of soini'lliing of 'this kind, nnd tiled to ke.-p Mr. HoliertHon at home at the last elect ion. �fr Co. HE.ATS THE WATER AND KEEPS IT HOT It's wonderful how long water stays hot in the heat-retaining reservoir of the Happy Thought Range. No luxury equals having hot water when you want it. Whether you live in the city with its water system, or in the country where you depend upon wells and pumps, the fact remains -for a reliable hot-water heater get a HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE New homcbuilders will And this stove is the only om which works satisfactorily for the all-round purposes of cooking, heating and keeping water hot. You ought to see and read the illustrated catalogue of Happy Thoughts, sent free on application. 6&� WM. AUCK STOVE CO.. Umit.a braniford Monirtal Winnipeg -FOR SALE BY-- G. L. Vrooman Lethbridge, - Alberta UF.HIXA HAS met IIOSP1T.W, SCI1IMK. Heginn, Sask., Xov. �.-At a meeting of tilt! board of hospital dirc-t ors torflght. it was decided to approach tho city council with a view to having a Vy-law presented toib ratepayers authorizing the sum o"f SI00.000 to lie rained by ilebenturos 'for the purpose of erecting a 'iillv Calgary AlU'i'tau: In looking over |equipped municipal hospital. the newspaper field in AlUu'ta, one . cannot but Im* struck with the sup -1 eriority of tho pn|k�rs in Southern I Allmrlii over Northern A Inert*-There is character nnd originality in such pnpi-i's as the Calgary I ye Opotvr. the two Metlicine lint papers, the two I.othbrk Kclio, the I'HAISi: KOH .Mil. Ill ItWU flYrnie I'm- Pr.iss.) Have you anything to say how '.lie settlement whb arrived at n�w that Ihe strike is over".' was asked by a Free press reporter of (leneral Malinger L'iudsey. "We are very bus\" replied Mr. liindsey. "Yes, T would like to say one thing. Mr. fliiike proved in the end to be a big man. lb- frivly acknowledged that a great w rung has 'I eon done, ho was lai'Xe enoiiiih and suftiricutly courageous to admit it. notwi-fiih-tnndlng that ho made this coufossiun.in the midst, of those who bail wantonly brought about Ihe whole matter, and ho did inure be scorned to take advantage of it and lie thereby saved the honor of tli> I nited Mine Workers nl America e\vr,\ where and retain.'d the in n in the pass for 'th.s union, any otii-r course of conduct would huv In 1*1 1 he whole pass 'to Mitchell" Fori William now has a populat >>n nf 111.01�. an increase of "..lOt'l in a year A pork pad. ing plant costing sriiin.ooo is to bo put in at Kdinon -ton. NKAHI.Y UAH TltOl'IHvK. 1.1'Vrnie Free Press) I-ast SiituiNlay the miners at llill-civst deinandetl an inctvaser ton in wages. Mr. C. I'. Hill, owner of tho u.'.ne, pointed out to them vhat such a demand was in violation of their contract and thai he would nol meet ther tl*- nutnd. On Monday the men were-1111 buck to work, and it is supposed 110th ng further will be said of 1*. A reliable tnedicino nnd >ii" Ibai. should always bo kept in I be him.' for immediate use is Chit mi 'i- a.-i'-i Cough Heinedy. It will prevent V>' attack If given as soon as t.heeb.i '. becomes hoarse, or ovon nfl t tie' rrouoy cough appears. For sale by ull druggists.