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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge will be the Chicago of the West at I PHONB 1^ No better farmJ ing region in the West ^ PER B U YS A Choice Farm Near the Railway This is without doubt the easiest purchase plan before the investigating public to-day. Phone us or call at once. ALBERTA REALTY CO'Y. Write or call upon us C. R. DANIEL, Manager LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Southard Blocll Lethbridge I I Ramiinng Reveries I By a Dbeameb. j also bo a citizen, a neighbor, afrio:-�l {11 son, perhaps a brother, a husbaml, a lather-and most important of nil a little child in the garden of a Heavenly Kir^g. We sometimea treat strangers more politely and courteously than wc do our own dear ones who give their lives lor ua. "Company manners, ta|^:cware and Hnen" are perhaps not nocessary all tijo time, but what is good tor strangers is good for our '"loved ones at hoinn." Sometimes one has more (lowers piled on h.s coflln and gra^ie than he ever had given to him in all U'ib life. We want our flowers white we arc living. The dead are past all that If w� would du good let us do it while we are alive to those who are lU^. A crust of bread, a pitther of waLcr a log cajuin and pert�ut. love-'there is lutppitwiis tor you, whether the da> is raUny or sunny, it is the heat i that roalcee the home, whether the c}� rests on a potato patch or tlowcr garden. The heart makes hoiii>; precious, and it is the only th-ng The gienllc grace of tjie tnothcr lives in the otlier hand from an unhappy, mis -goTerned and disordered home, go forth persoi.s who shall make other homes misornble and perixstuato the Moumess and sadness the contentions strifes, and railings which ha^'iemado their own early lives .so wr�rtchjy0 and distorted. PRIZES FOR THE FARMERS Offered by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields of Different Grains. HOMK, aWEET nOMK. stay, stay at home, my heart aad rest; HomoKeeping hetirts are happiest. For those that wander they know not where, j .\re full of trouble and full of caro. To stay at,home is Ijcst. Home-tlie i.aino made doar ly ... ,, . . , . isacrwl associations, iho plaos whsro that can. Homo is where the heirii . . ^ , . , , I childish feet lake their iirst faltering '� steps and infant minds receive the^ir i first ideas. The bitterest tears shod over There lessons of lo\'� and truth, of right and wrong, of graves are for words loft utsaid an i j 'aith and hope and purtty aro im-for deeds left undone. She never" | printe>ccomc settlers. Ke cx-Dcct to .sell more land during the ,\uar of 1907 than we did in 1906. Via would like to hear from every farmer in the districts above mentioned, giving their experience in either winter or spring, we will of-, �"�'"'"6 Southern Alberta as com-fer a prfze of $50 in ca.sh. Tho best yield of 50 acres of oat.s $as cash. pared with farming in the States. We wish to have them state � numlnsr ()f acres under cultivation, quality ^ . ,. . and quantity of difTcront crops rais- Best yield of 50 acros of barley, j, be pleased to loceive any infonnation regarding tho country in general but the farming interests In particular. If you have choice samples of grain i>r veg name, P.O. address, legal dcscript - enables, wo would bo pleased to rc-lon of the land on which crop was ceivo thorn. We expect, to Bpend $2.'^.00 cash. In competing for tho above prizes It is necessary for parties conipet -ng to make an affidavit, giving tho o:o:oTo:o:o:o:oio:o:o:o:oTO^ Cetbbridfle Iron glorks eo., lii I Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweightj MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION ENGINE REPAIR Valvet Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal Miners* Too BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS! COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED raised, stating under oath the number of acres and total number of bushels; also have man doing Hit! inroshing make an atildavit. SunU these aflldavits and samples of grain to our Lethbridge otllce in the Southard Hiock, Lethbridge. Wo will puli-lish Ir. the Lethbridge Herald, a list of the yields as wti receive thara. This will be open until IX-cem'V'cr i. We will give 10 for tho finest sam plo of wheat on dtraw; SIO for tho finest sample of barley on the straw and 910 for tho finest sample of oats on tho straw. The grain to bo delivered to our Lethbridge olllce. Wo are interested in Sunny South-�rn Alberta", having taken nearly 2,-000 people into the country soiil.'i of Ijoth'bridge and sold 100,000 ic-res of land to tho most progrossivu couple thousand dollars adv>!rtising .Southern Alberta during th* coming .vear, and wo know of no better ad vertisement, than the testimony of tho farmers who are farming in that country. Wu e.xpect to issu* a mag a/'ine entitled, "Farming ia South orn Alberta." This will ba gotten out by ,lan. Ist. We will publish letters from farmers, * settlers with a great deal of other valuable information. If you have any plctuivs of the country which would be suit-al>le to reproduce in this magazine, send them to us; pictures showing viov.s of farms, stock, grain, build -5ngs, or anything of interest. Every one who sends us n letter, picture sample of grain, or anything of that nature, will receive a copy of this niagozine. The lady who laugh.s heartily a doctor without a diploma. Her face does more good .n a Kick loonv than a bushel of powders or a gallon of'a disdainful iiiUer draughts. Peoi>le an? always glad to see her. Thair tt}�nk>! in- fidontly Ktinctivcly go half way out to m'-'ot ] remedy ___ her gnisp, while they turn involun - faith. There a ch.ld's pure kis.s or tarily from the damp.v touch of vhc ! tho to\ich of dlmpletl fingers mo.y ro- O. W. KERR CO. Main Office. Mimiwiiiolis. Minn. O. W. KERR CO. Branch Office, Sunhard Block, Lethbridge, AUj�, and loflv sentiments that have nuulo the whole world Mter. dyspeplid, who speaks in tho groan -ing key. She laughs you out' of your faults, while you never droum of t e-in(? ottended with her; and yo\i never know what a pheasant world you live ir. until she points out the sunny rjtreaks of her pathway. We need to rememher tlut success in life is not sucobm in matori�l life alone t:ut'in the oei�l and raUgtoiis as .�-oll. That it man In not a practical: man who - is a merchant', n farmer, a ieanhor merely; ho must vivo a soul on tho verge of �lospair; and in the homo tho brightest dronp'-s iK'como moro goklcn. tho rarest ol'>a-suro more intense, the tcndopcsit joys moro serene. And if. in tho vary in;; decrees of fortune, Its,loving sholt^'r must IJe a)mndono3 a mistake. Consid.'r his struggles with the world- Its cvorlastlnff r.ii'o with the busy coni-jietition of Ir.tde. What is it that makes hini .so.eager in the pursuit of gain-so onorgctic 'hv d�.v, no sloop-loss by nipht-but his lovo of .honi". wife ar.d children, and a dread that the;r r,?Hppeta)bilit.v,'ttccprf'Mic to 'thf light in which ho has conceivetl it nmy bo encroached upon bj' the strtfo of o.icistcnco. This is the true secret of that silent caro which preys upon the hearts of niony men; and true it is, that when love is least apparent it is navorthoioss tho active prin -ciplo which animates tho hoart though fours and disappointmaits make up a cloud which obscures the warmer clomont. As alx>vo tlw clouds there is a glorious sunshin* whilo^ below are showers and glooip so with tho cond\icf of man-'bohluil the erloom of an-xii'ty thni\�(is^iTiRfW. fountain of high and noble fMlItt^. Thiniv of this in thoso moninntswhen clouds SLVMn to lower upon VtUr domestic peace, and \ v ri-nc; your conduct ncroitllnirly, tha Hoom will soon pass nwny n�d warmtthjund brightness take its place. II II ruling PRESS GRINDINGS Winnipeg Free Press: The cftorts of the Provincial Uovcrnment of Saskatchc-wan, which am now being supplemeretixl by tho Uom'inion Do -partmcnt of Labor, to facil'itato a resumption of coal miining operatiors at lAjthbridgc by meeting the conflicting interests of capital and labor to try t o induce sottlenxent arc doubtless prompted by a very clear reali/fttion of tho in'!on\-nnicnces to tho consumer arising from tlva stop -ping of customary channels of supply The failure to secure any nn tho side of the laljoror that ho �.ill far bcyoud tho parties immed - an index or expression of thoj lately concerned. The disruption anco is a critical nmttor and oonw-rns the general welfare of '.'lo comiinunity. Irj certain ca.sos the .lis-turbunce concerns a grcupcrtttiou which has grown up among work- men hut tho oi-ganization and mass-iifig of capital has gone on apace and tho elemoiit of conflict and savager.\' euch doulytlcss concedes the force i^f, hy any means been olim'inat to exnculivc ai'ts wliicli wcroj t rary In national good and 'la i^liia! civil and religious lil)cr our tliiis) tl^o li'ffislnlor must I ci:ivo(l as somolliing oi an ex| an ago of o.xpcrts. I.og'is should not swing wUli the 'bai forth push of intercuts. Legis should regulate intfrosts in.sU intercuts swaying Legislatures Tho we.'jt should not ha\o t a lot of expensive lessons fror flicts by which capitalists, and consumer all" sufler. Sonni pie judicial .apixial should ho h.v which intcrrupt'.ons to imd industries should he provent-odj difliculiifs grow into bitternoa loss. tho opposite contention but neither pa.vs IvojkI to tho consumer who savs he needs coal today just as ho 'lid .vesiterduy. Tha consumer is in oninr in askinar whothor or not it is any i>f his business. In tho modern orffanization of lioth cai>ital nnd labor ths norsonal ein-�nont l>otwoon employer �nd omplov -eos is wholly eliiwlnatod and a Ciij-flict, Ixstwwn them is a conflict of torost and. in tho case of tho ;iro -duction of coal, of interests extend- ed. Tho sirbord.naition of tho" indiv -ual impliofl in co-o|>eration has beun followc to Vi�io| in tho end, navortholcss it'| lot of moral coiirngo to atl early in tho game. ;