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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta We sometimes treat strangers in >iv politely and courteously thun we .lo our own dear ones who give their Uvea lor us. "Company manures, ta|^eware and ftncn" are perhaps not necessary all the time, but what is good lor strangers in good for our "loved ones at home " head is pillowed in the du:�t of death j "Wo want t�> h��*ii* from farmer ;n from the Stales, many uml tho futhorly kindness finds its j the I^thbriUge, Itayniond. Chares-[ hu\e Imcome settler*, lie echo ;n the nobility und courtesy of 1 holm, Nanton and High ltiwr .lis-i i'^'t to sell more land during Sometimes one has more lljwor*-piled on h.s coftln and grave than ho ever had {river, to him in all Wis life. We want our flowers while wo are living. The dead are past all that If we would do good let us do it wh'le we are alive to those who are living. Kf�n�. who come to wear his mai.'tle and to All his place, while on th* other hand from an unhappy, mis -governed and disordered home, go forth porsoi.s who shall make other home* miserable and poriH-tuate the nuurness and sadness the contentions strifes, and railings which havemuJa their own early live* s�� wretch^ and distorted. IIOMK, SWiCLT IloMK and A crust of bread, a pitcher of a turn a log coi^vn and parted io*e- there is happ.twiiS lor you, whether tlk* da> is ra'iny or sunny. It is the heat, that make* the home, whether the rests on a potato patch or rtowvi garden. The heart makes horn, precious, and It is the only that can. Home Is when* the heirt. Stay, Btay at home, my heart rest; HomeKeeping hearts are happiest. For those that wander they know not where. Arc full of trouble and full of euro. To stay at home ts l*e��t. tricts regarding tli� >bdds of ihtw er.t grains In l'JOfi. We an- offering the following !�ri/,>s ~ The Wst yiold �20 acres ol wheat, either winter or spring, we will offer a j�i4jo of $50 in cash. The l>est yield of T�0 acres of outs $25 cash. Best yield of 50 acres of barlev, '$2.Y00 cash. In competing for the above pn/.-s it is neceimury for parties eompct -ng to mftko an affidavit, givn.g the name. IVO. address, legal d.-script -ion of the land on which crop was raised, stating under outh the number of acres and total number ol bushels; also have man doing threshing make an alhdavit The buterest tears shed over graves aiv for words left ur.said an I for deeds left undone. She never" knew that I loved her " "flu ne.vr knew what he was to me." "I 11-ways meant to make more of um-friemlship." "I did not know what he was to*no until he was gone." Such words are the poisoned arrows which cruel death shoots from the door of i the sepulchre. The lady who laughs heartily :h a doctor without a diploma. Her face does more good .n a sick room than a bushel of powders or a gallon of bitter draughts. I'eopie are elwu,\s glad to see her. Their thanks instinctively go half way out to nv**t her grasp, while they turn involun -tardy from the dampy touch of ih�. dyspeptic*, who speaks in the groan-ing key.. She laughs you out of your faults, while you never dream of I e-ing offended with her; and you never knew what a peasant world you live ir. '.mill she points out the ureaks of her pathway. Home-t he mine made d**ar 1 y sacred associations. ih0 jjIuw wh^ej childish feet lake their rtrst faltering steps and infant mauls receivo theV first ideas. There lessons of love and truth, of right and wrong, of faith and hope ami pui'ity are imprinted upon the plastic heart, and all the sorrows and jKjrplexities of after life are inetllcient to quite if-fatv those first deep trim *.mprc*sionH Sweet honk*, where the mother'n gentle hands proj>are the little domestic comforts that a father's love pro  vides and Alial affection is "tho silver link, tho 8.Ikon tie" thai binds tho household hand together. Trials may come and clouds may lower, but in the seclusion of hohu� remains sweet healing for the wounds that bravo and sensitive hearts hido from a disdainful world. There these hurts and distresses may be fidontly revealed and remedy found fa-i t h. these allldavits and samples of grain to our Lethbridge olllee in the South urd Hiock, I-ethbridge. We will pair lish ir. the Lethbridge Herald, a list of tho yields as we receivo tlwro. This will be open until Decern* * on the straw. Tho grain to be delivered to our Lethbrldgo oIlKe. We are InteivHt.d in Sunny S*>iUh-ern Alberta, having ta^en nearly 0OO poople Into tho eountry houi*i ��( l�thoridj;e and wdd Uio.OW :� res o( lanf grain, or anything of that j nature, will receive a copy of this magazine- Winnipeg Free Prests: Tho cflorls of the Provincial Oovernmunt of Saskatchewan, which aiv now being supplemented by the lk>minion i>e  partment of Labor, to facilitate- a rvsu�npiioii of coal mining operutmi s at l-ethbndge by meeting tho eon-Hicting Interests of capital ami labor to try t o induco settlement are doubtless prompted by a very clear realization of tho fu"onvnniencin:; sunny }decrees of fortune. �its loving shelter | must l>e, abandoned, how the ex.le folds about hs heart, as tho trawler does his cloak, th,-' memory of :m lights and flowers. *its loves nndhopes and klndr.osses. and lofty sentiments that have m.tde the whole world lvjt*ter. ! There the noblest influences exist the holiesi impulses find expression, and (here have been born 1hove the clouds there is a glorious sunshlaa while below are showers and gloopt so wiih the conduct of man-behind the- irloom of nnvie-t.v th-^refis/lrlgHt fonmuin of high and nt>b|e feeling. Think of this in those momrntswhen clouds sr^m to lower upon vour domestic neare. and I v t nr :>rhvr your conduct accordingly, lln -floom will soon pass away eud \varnrth;nnd brightness take its place. Whether, it is a case of one or of both parties standing aloof makes no difference to the consumer or to the economist. In the conflict of the parries we have a tacit assertion tin the side of the employer that he is managing his own concerns, and on the side of tho laborer that he �.ill have something to say about the price at his labor will Im avail ohk>. In approuching compromise each doulHless concedes the force of the opposite contention but neither pays luvd to the eonsunrer who savs he needs coal today just as he did yesterday. Th-a consumer *is in order in asking whether or not it is any of his busirjess. In the modern urffani/ation of both capital and labor th.* nersonal element Iw ween employ *r an-l omplov -(m�s is wholly eliminated and a c �i- flict between them is a conflict of 'n-teiwt. and. in tho case of the oro -duction of coal, of interests extend- ing far Ivyoud the parties immed - lately coi.cerned. The disru|rtion *f (he individual tie where employment or production is minute and uuor  jgani/ed is a matter id very limited importance, for the occurrence of a {body of coincidences sulUciently lur^o to make any difference to the gen -oral public is scarcely possible. Hut enterprises of all kinds now are *vn-erally of such magnitutle that their disturbance is a critical nuitteraiel concerns the general welfare of *'ie comtmunity. I j certain cases the .lit;. turb�n�* concerns a greater num.t'i* of the immediate interests Involved than within them. It srice not ti> his liking and it senns equally antagonistic lo our not*ioiw of libvrty to constrain a man to work or one whom he derut ion has beun followoil by the struggle of interests which have lx�en substituted. The subordination of individual interests by ro-njH�rat ion must U� assumed to same measure of public good must be the excuse for suppressing conflct of particular interests. Particular interests must be disciplined to Rot in t i n e w i t h vge n o r a l i n' or est s. T� is is a simple and rational proposition. The idea that legislation .s siundy an Index �ir expression of the of mind oi the body pontic pretty good safe pi'nciple f(*r ion with coi.w.Tvauve ideas w tipeet to const it til ional grow ill jt h.ts i;s lioidMt i�ui^. Tlie �d i\H I .*Kt service in t linen when' rreiuiiN and irresponsible �al at unhn;opere,i bv consul ul ional illery conceived to give a ipAol to executive acts which weix� trary ti� good an-l t rli in I civil and religious liber our time i he 1,-gidutol' must I ivived as sometliing ol an �*\ an age ,,f experts. l-�gis should not swinjr w% ih th-: lav forth push of inicivMs. ]^etween labor and Wo would bo wiihin sight of linn if both parties cnuhl alw so reasonably. Labor unf otif injured the.r cause many tim their unreasonableri"s.s and o to back down when ti nluinlv in the wromr. H th.>v tlwj woii'f ihev \mw 1 lo l�"e in the end, nevertheless it lot of moral cournge to a early in tho game. ;