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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A Large Stock SINGLE AND DOUBLE Gents' Chains ladies' lorgnettes A Very Choice Assortment C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Tribulations or a Male Housekeeper IX KAltLY AI^FiRlMW l)AYS~lIO\V UASHI.VC, JIKNDIXG A.\U DRKYING. i If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped car age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all fparts of the city on short notice. (By Mr. E. X. lUvrko.r. in Ktlinonton Satui'duy Xews.) THE WASHIXa AND >IKXDIX(! OI-'| CLOTHES Many prohU-ms cunfrontt'd the i-.;nt wa.vs of i?oing at thei-r washing, stvt periods Ix-tw-wn wasliing days \ni-k-l, in every household and with dividual. Different methods, with our water color artists niaf'isaiil, led to dilTerent i-esults hut la ever ease, however aittnined Iho nuvi.i object wns cl-anliness, tho labor a neeessiity or it njipht never ha .v I een i lierfornied. The uVtinia'te ratio of succe-ss var)e? into a collar with a 17, 18. or still I,'vrKer neck was a stilT procer to right or left. The.v could tell yini mo.Kt probably how inaii,\' flies 'there were on the ceilii\|f .mH tho collar forbntle I them .s^'clnjt anything on the fioor. I 'I'he ne\l the undorn�iith part of the chin would not l)ear 4nsi>otilion and in some cases wore badl.v lacor-attNl, but. to sliine with the girls, a i ix^rtain lunouiit of .sjlf-sncrjfice is needful. If (uir frivMids had not borne so much the appearance of being just about to choke to death we should no't have been so imcasy and might have enjo.ved the evening better, but derived the en.nnnient later by jabb-' ing them in a deri.sive way. .Still the,v deserved great civdit for thoir heroism which also teaches that heroism is of \ar.ving s�rts and. of different dimensions, and when ne"j countries are in making some must ] lead the way. Rbger^ - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ���w=���ccSucce�sort to George RogersR YARD - NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail V Western Warehonse & Transliir Co., Ltd. I Office-First door south of Opera House. Phone 63 Labor Union Hall out MIQHT O/fLy Satunliv, Ilctiiln!r26,'ll7 Under the direction of Harold Nelson I OUR WORK is invariably satisfactor ! We , take all sorts of contracts for Electrical iWork for equipping new buildings or fitting up old ones. Wiring for electric lighting, bells, bnrglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling and Ton^ilating fans, etc. \ ^ l^Kehzie&Roy Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Siock Saddles Farm Harness, Consord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. -AND- Clifford lane Eroce -THE>- Egyptian -OF- ett We can guarantee yon complete satisfaction. CO. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. #ftrtner�hip Dissolved. SlBB Imn and .Wing Hong, who have ;l�)oii;| III partnership in tho Vicloria Kcstfiurant have dLsisolvcd pnrtner- A dramatization of Bnlwer-Lyt-ton's famoQB novel- " THE LAST DAYS OP POM-PEII," WITH Helene Scott -AND- Joseph DeStefani Supported by a special company Special scenery and costumes. Beautiful Bracelets 'that.'yoiu inny select from, pUiin trold ;.nn4, lnK;hl.Vi orniimented-nil atlraot-ivc iiiid rieh looking, An.y one of 'them a mngnincen't gift for i\. lady reTaMvo or expected to liecbme one. Ifere We have � snirprisingl.v larpe assortment Ol" plain and faney ju'wefr.y lo suit all tn.'ites and proferments. Kar-U;nj{s, Watches, Chains, Charms, ' EtigugenK'nt and Wedding King's, Uan ' gias, f.'olrt-AIminted Ilat-Pihs, Searf-j ".JUJnU'^D" SOCKS Washing was nsually confine*! to personal and under garments with mending an extra nut included in the washing hill. Mending socks was easy for in serious eases the hole, if a hirge one, eould be tied round with a piece of string, and, if the het?l wns vcr.v Vnid then the sock wouhl be "jumped." .Jumped socks arc new to the fresh corners and are ni.vsteries to careful hoiisekee|>crs, in faet unknown probably east of Win-ni|>eg. Hut as time is precious to those leading the strenuous life, and the Westerners prefer the most direct way to anything, ii piece of strong string lied around a hole in a stocking is a much cpiicker way of mending than darning the stocking in duplicate, tho't is with a needle and by word of mouth at the same time, for the morals of the public should always Ik? attended to. When the heel was tied up with.n spring it was Ix'tt^'r to sew the sock around andj wear the hole tie'l up .in a bunch at; the top of tlio foot, for, as we usually wore high boots with high he?ls, they had a tendency to take olT the hide when walking at any time but .which J'acult.v was increased when the sock was well jumped. Some bachelors hud washing days regularly, others washed when they felt like it or the spirit moved them, kept a good many clothes and had a "bee" at intervals. THE RIVEH AS A WASH-TUB. Others went round the job, evad-ng the deepest mysieries of the art, a common plan being to gather th�| dirty clothes then tie them round the middle of the bundle with a picket ro|>e, drive a peg into the river bank and heave the clothes into the middle of the river to wash themselves with the natural flow of the current. After a time in the river the bundle was hauled ashore and the clothes rung out and hung on the bushes for the sun and wind to finish the job. This method was simple and saved much time, but if the owner was called away and left his clothes too. long in the river they had on unfortunate facult}'- of accumulating green slimo which was hard to get ofl and consists mainly of plant life, we believe called by scientists algae-When the clothes become much coated it led to a great deal of inconvon-ence for it neoesftitated "t)oiring" water and using so&p. Hot water is bad for flanneVs. �ISAUVANT.\GE OF SHERTS. Sheefts were dispensed *ith Cntit-ely in bachelor households and were considered a decided supcrlluit.V, besides which tliey do not, U'o,; ne'ii if the owner or another las b.-en to bed in them with his boots on Diit shakes out of a blanket I ut ih \ so well out of a sheet. In udJition to this sheets ait) cold in old .-..ses and give the owner a lisimil, sudiiih chill, and are bad for the l.v-.-r 11 is dislike to sheets dkl not entirely or-' l.trinotc in the North West f'brihe writer's grandfather, who V(is living in Yorkshire, in those days, presented his foreman on his marriage with u set of Irish linen sheets. All .seemed riglit but to,i��.,'> surprise of the old gentleman he espied tho fot-o-man coming up to the liouso with a bundle under his arm two of three mornings after the wedding. Tho foi'wman politely returned the sheets to the grandfather with tho remark: "Jle and ma wife's afeard of the things and goin* iirto bed's like fnl-Hn' in to t' beck." The Western bachelor likened shojts to the iove-licst of clean, white sriowbanj^s, and was iiiii.sH delicate in his language 1 rogarding them. EXPElil.MK.NTS INT TUOXTVG W'e did not produce our swallow tails or as tliey are termed in somo iwrts of Scotiaiid our "liurial claes" so shirt fronts did not nceil to be so immaculate, but we did yearn' for fresh pocket lianilkeiclilefs. Thesa W'e could wash fairly clean but the ironing was a stumper. Tertile. imaginations suggi'.s'ted many things but suhstitules wecv' poor. The last resort was to filling a baking powder tin with hill coals, but. just at the crucial monicnt when the fust handkerchief lookefl as if it was jii.st go-| ing to be ironed, the sohk-r melted j out of the bottom of the tin and the coals spread all over the handker-| chiefs. .\ll that saved the linen was j kicking tho coals onto the lloor and the last state of that man was worse; Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridge Jaber, Stirling, Raymond, Nagrath, Coleridge 1 row TO MAKE ADVKltTISING P.\Y, OH. I'HOFIT.VBLE ADVlORTlSl-NCr Advertising iitiys. There is no quos tion about that. It has been tried so thoroughly- and made so many for tunes that there is no room to doubt its eflicacy. nor the necessit.v of it where pros'penity in business is to be won. While this statement is incidentally true, advertising must be than the (irsi, and, as nian.y are called but few are chosen, so the e-X-!fioix> judiciously and wisely in order lieriment was given up. | to get the best results. The mere in- Onf of the boys later told his Ix'St sertion of a carelessly written ad. girl about the trouble with the.so at casual intervals never did and ne-handkerchi^^'fs. very gently and vi'th \er \vill| creatt' business for any mer-considerable dilTiilence, but the lady chant. It's the koeping everlastingly saw no joke in the matter and tart-'at it, pounding away tian, who with his base trcnchcry and cunning makes a strong personality. The plot, is good. The costumes are typical at that early era, the san dalled feet, tho flowing robes, and the band of Christians in their black cloaks and hoods. While this production is under the direction of Harohl Nelson and Clifford I.iane Bruce, they have spared no pains to make this new venture a success. A capable company of New York plajws have been chosen to flII General Teaming, When you require your gardens* ploughed, your yards cleaned upjl^li sellars dug, or any other teaming: done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAli must be paid for on delivery. Residence and stable sast of the barracks. \VM., TAYLOR, Lethbridge goods vorthy of being adverti.setl. 'I'hat they are ncwlj- introduced. That they are better value than usual at the price. That they are superior in chairac-ter. That they are bargains. These four characteristics shouUi receive attention in the advertising polj icy of every store, not all to the same e.vtent of course, but depending on the character of trade catered to. PREPARING "COPY" A few general hints as to the r.rop-aration of "copy" will not be ai.riis; for in the average store too little attention is given to this very impoil-ant matter. In the first place don't try to vertise tbo many articles at one time in a small space. Introduce what you have to �U, point out its good ^""""^ ""PP"''* M.ss qualities, show that it is -iseful or ^PP"""-* desirable for your readers to have 1 **�'/�"^P";^t'' Miss Scott ___, .1 ^,______ _________________'8 too well known through the we�t to need nientivn, having appeared for Rins ap 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Synofsii, CmI Mlnliij teinlilioia and if thei'e are special induce.nants in price, stijte them in d��tail. Uo not deal in glitt.ci'ing generalities. the cl(j'thes on the fence, and lit his pipe surveying the work vi'th a very s'upetiol- and contented air looking down from a height on common mortals. In a little while his partner rode up, surveyed tho work Bil,ly had up, then, not being a diplomatist with the faculty of keeping his mouth shut at difficult periods in tho worlds history, he exclaimed enthusiastically "Why, Billy, you are a llofles of a good chap, you've' Ijcen and gone and washed SIV clotlics," Billy s'iss-cd like a soda water fountain, and grabbed for a club ready to wreck hi Don't try to jam in too many large type display lines. In most cases only the heading, the firm name and the price of the article should be displayed. l.'se attractive cuts if you ha\x' them, but don't for heaven's sake' use illustrations that have no carth-Ij' reference to the gooils advertised. GETTING 1U-:hULTS. Advertising alone-no matter how excellent-Cannot build up a tradi! or make a hous;! great. The business it.self must be right. The so many seasons as leading woman for the Nelson, Bruce Co. Her many friends and admirers will be glad to welcome her after an absence r>t xwo years. Mr. Joseph Do Stefani, an 't'.'t.j.- of great ability and long experienc". ."p-I pcnrB in the role of .Aibacj. vhie'i demands more than .irdimiiy talent to portray. The play is a dramatization of Bulwer-L.ytton's famous novel, The Last Days of Pompeii. SixfcinI scenery has been provided, and tho curtain descends upon tho magnificent, spectacle of Vesuvius in 'iff! Eruption. . o who will not, however, pay, debts coutriicted ^ :by Wing IJong Ijoforc the partnership j was forrniKl. ,� 'T' ' , > f Xietl^hridge , S.'gned-Sing Jx!o^ Oct,^ IQ, 3 007. iv'ing Hong'. 17-24-SI-7 ' �' variety at fair prloes.- W. J. Armstrong -JEWELER 'ENGRAVER OPTICIAN Agent for BSLlL PIANOS JIER01S:\1 AT A DANCIO. Feruio is to curling rink, To return to washing clivthes. This went fa.irly we'l in our part Willi, plain clothes, but, when Uidie,'?! arrived and pmceecled to give a dance. MoiTie men liad to go reparntion of copy, will I make your advertising productivij of j excellent ro'turns. 'I'he.y who beiiovo most in advortis-; sells it.self; tho others ing are tlvoy who . have proved it j pushed to get rifl of, most. .lolin WanainaUer, Marshall, I'ic'iil and others of tlio great advertisers have not strunled to commend it to otlier.s, and have con'essod that miicli and ver.y iiiueh of their success is dm? to their foith in printer's ink. A SENSIBLE MERCHANT Beir Tfilund, Aug. 26, 1903 Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. 'Dear Sirs,-Your traveller is here today and we are gotting .a largu quantity of your Minard's Wnimeilt find It the best liniment in the market making no exception. Wo have been in business 13 years and have handled lill , kinds, but have dropjicd them oil but yours; that have to bo M. A. HAGERMAN. -- AVEHAGIO YIRI;D AT NANTO.V Wert Wilson's thresher is doing ,, , , , , , ., (good.Work south of town, and re- Iho nue has bw^n educalei to fu ap-j ,..i,,,.- !,, k , , . ' 'ports wheat yielding hotween t\vont,,y unri tihirty bushels per acre, with the precia lion of ilia value -^ of publicity. liavo IV ftkittiing aiid (list churcli, hiisjieon uppointod chapj bunclj of leghorn eliickens wrtrking:'gi.st.s everywhere as Dr. .Shoop's Ont-lain Of .Stony .Moiuitain Peiietuntiury. j for their food in' a seratcliing shed, arrh Reincvly. Sold by all druggists. TUiV. G, ilowcraft, jU.A., .f River iiits been e!oeted llur.il .'.i the t.'nlgary Deanery. eh average a little bettor than twenty-five. .Vrehic l�arton-s wheat avei-ig- Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitolw, Saskatchewan^ Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the' North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a tern of twentv-one years at an annuK* rental of $1 an acre. Not molff than 2,560 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must b& made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must he described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. - Each application must be a'c-companitid by a fee of $3, which I wJU be refunded if the rights ap. plied for are not available but hot otherwise. A royalty shall be pjiid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents iJer ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands w'th a sworn . statement to that effect at least * once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever avtiiluble eurfnce rights may be considered necussary for tho working of the mine at the rate of SIO aii acre. For full information application slioulil be made to the Secretary of the D(jpartuient of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agpiit or Sub-Agent of Dominion Limds. W. W. CORY, vVv Deputy MiniBter of the luldAir . N.B.-Unauthorized piiblioation ed thirly-.sev'Gn bushe's. it will ru.st of tllis .�.dvortisOUieil't will not I.V grade No. 2.-N'ant^n News. iiiiid for. paid for, ;