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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta tt tt tt tt tt eHATTERBOX YOUNG CANADA BOYS OWN ANNUAL HENTY BOOKS ALGER CAPTAIN GIRLS OWN ANNUAL MILDRED BOOKS BESSIE ELSIE PANSY tt tt tt tt Our Toy Department alone has more space than the average store. We shall be ready for your Christmas purchasing in 4 days from now. Don't forget the framing of that picture. iPnIfiRdOO of Souven^ GaodS-lntlier, CHin, Imn t rut cards Three thousand, two hundred and fifty square feet of Show space, not including office, warehouse or basement THE PICTURE FRAMER R. SHGE. Rambling Reveries Bt a Dbbambb. MEU MONUMENT She built it herself, and she did not knov- that she had a monument. iShe lived in it, but she did not knnvi 1;hat it existed.  Her monument was her home. It .-grew so quietly, as quietly as a flow cr grows, and no one know-she did not know heraelt-how inuch she had done to tend and water and train it. Her husband had absolute trust in her. Hcearned tlie money; she expended it. And as she put as much thoMght in her exiiendituro as he put in his earning, each dollar was doubled in the exiJcnding. She had inherited that mysterious faculty which we call taste, and she cultivat cd it with fidelity. Every homo she visited sill? studied, though always unconsciously, so though it were a museum or an art gallery, and from -every visit she lii-ouRht away some thought which came out of her loving Imagination fitted in Ita appropriate place in her own home. She was too genial to lie an imitator-for imitation is ailways akin lo falnhood- and she abhored fals^ood. Slu.t way lintient with everything but n lie. So ulie never copied in ber hi no or on her person thai she had sc^.i els�i' nxbry new friend, if it wer.' not :>y a ir-w nosegay and a change of vases Put tiPn* her own pers.nixl'iy int.: b'v home, making ev.-iry ri>>in ami 6l-most evry article of furniture speak of her, she hud tlic gift to draw out from every guo.^t his personality and make him at homo and .so malio him his truest and best suit. Whither ninii or woman of tlio world could loHK rosi.st the subtle influences of that home; the wnrnilh of its truth and love tlia'-i'd out the frozen prop-ei'ties from iuirJersonated etiquette, nnd whate\or circle of frieiid.s sat on the broafl jiiazza in summer or onon fire in winter knew for a time the rare joy of perfect love. Her home wds hospitable tKcauso her heart was large; and any one wa� her friend to whom she could mini(�ter. Buti her heart was like the old Jewish itemple -strangiers only came into the court of the gentiles, friends into the inner court; her husband and her children found a court yet nearer her heart' of hearts; yet even they knew that there was a holy of holies which she ' mother kept for her God and they loved and revered her the more for it. So strangely was commingled in her tho the exclusiveness of love, its hospital ity and its reserve. Ah. blessed home-builder. There is nothing so sacred on earth, and no priest on earth so divine as the wife and mother who makes it. learn to sinpke, to chew, to drink, to gamble, associate with evil companions and at last crazed by the devil, turn, commit some overt act that brings them down to shame, and disgrace falls on those who love them best. All who fill the jails and stand beneath the shadow of *the gallows. have once stood where you are stand ing now. Have you not seen that kneel and . heard her pray that you maiy walk aright, and heard that father's warning voice bidding you beware? Every true friend you horse have on 'earth unite to >)id you stable, choose- aright. We hold the mirror If a ljull tossed Up that reflects the downward course (sky high, ho would the end. Money you can earn yourself is much brighter than any you can get out of dead men's bttgs. A scant breakfast in the mbming of life whets the appetite for a feast later in the day. . He who tasted a sour apple will have the more relish for a sweet one. Your present want w^U make future prosperity all the sweeter. Eighteen pence has set up many a peddler in business, and he has kept his carriage. As tor the place you are cast in, don't find fault with that; you need not bo a because you were bom in a a man a mile drop down into, the fearful end, and with no motive save for your good, and no desire but for your future happiness. Endeavor to make, at least, oivo REFLECTOON | little spot on earth more sweet and Yes, when we considc'r tlmt so vast beautiful, and jJcradvenLuiv jou may a number of our young people, cs-1 leave a few (lowers blooming in the A hard 'working man about him will make pecialiy the boys, make such lamentable mistakes, we are led to reflcot. The boys, our boys, how soon they Ijecome restive under the restraints of home and dotcrmine 'to become in dependeat, and go out to mingle with tne promiscuous crowii, become familiar with its waVs, listen to ils oaitlis, its soiips, its obscene joko.s, de.serl when you are bono. DON'T wrn>E Don't be whining about having a fair chance. Throw a sensible man out of Iho window, and he'l! fall on his fcc't and ask the ncare.^t way to liis work. The more you have to bctrin with tlit- les.'- you will have in I a good place, with his wits money while others will do nothing but lose it. Who loves his work, and knows how spare May live and flourish anywhere. As to the little trouble, who ex-' poets to find cherries without-stones or roses without thorns? Who would win must loam to Ijcar. Idlo-ne.ss lies in a bed sick of the uiulti-grubs, while industry finds health and wealth. Tlvo dog In Uv> kennel barks at fleas, and the hunting dog _____- _ like a dresser drawer. attached to I TRY WM. OLIVER I -FOB- I Evcrythiag r�4uirc4 ia lh� eoastrvclioa of a Bvaite f Lwubcr aai^ kba* of Min Work , f I Do not ��id^aUjro�r money tojf CMgMjr and Gmnbiook.M > Help to baiU up Lethbridgc and  Ukali^ ; OUver'aPUtniBgandLiimtorMilla. ' "r- And Btnnpas 8treet|�  Office, Yards and Factoiy-Corner  Telephone 163 there. Laziness Waits till the river is dry, and never gets to market. "Try" swims it; and makes all the trades. "Can't do it" would not eat the bread cut for him, but "Try" made meat out of mushrooms. In tiie family relation every one should always bo at his best. Tliere ought to be a heaven as is pos-siblo on earth. There .Should be no purposely withered flowers about the hearthstone and no purposely clouded sunbeams. Selflsliness alone ioes not even know thait they are ought, to be sufficient to make home conduct exemplary. Certainly all" want smiles instead of frowns. HooM should be just one blaze t>t suniihiae. But it cannot be while some member � of the family circle is snapping m ami; ^ fault-findmg and. selfishness. Do people ever go more deliberately and ' in.sanely at work to make themsekvea miserable tlian tlwy do when they Jihurately cloud the- lights of iha only place on earth where they havo any reason to -expect anything like : quiet and happiness?   IK o truth is there are the elements of vast wealth in the soil, greater than any of us in our wildest dreams can picture. �Notwithstanding whoit croakers say, THE KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS will yet prove to-hundreds, yes, to thousands, what it has already done to many who havo settled there;-a Koodly, plea.snt and most profitable land to (Iwtjii in. The elements played no wor.sc tri fks there than arc played in other prosiJcrous ond older sections in the world. Do not then be afraid, or unduly discouraged, should some (.-n-j tell you nothing will grow, tlicro are mosciuitoes, etc., and conseri i.jmi ly that there is to be a dREAT SLUMP iN REAL ESTATE ' Tlvo trutli is there are now, cr s oon will bo MARVELLOUS OPPORTUNITIES ' .'I This is no mere speculwtiou but a CJILT EDGED INVESTMENT, , Price plOO.00 per acre, on li.-isy I'ormft. Nest Pass Investment Co., Ltd. HEAD OFFICf: LETHBRIDGE. l>M�rMMMMtM>M.MIM�>MM�UM�����M.t���MM�������M.....>��>M���MIM�>nM>.....�* 1 f ;