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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY; Christie Brown & Co/s Fancy Biscuits in many varieties. The choicest of Canadian-made* goods always on hand. Nelson Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBUIDGE Take Your Choice I and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Oar Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine fiavor. Piche&Miron Telephone No. 1 Rambling Reveries Bv a Dbeaueb. 1 PL i; A .S A NT NKlGIinORHOODS One's ploiisjuro, oRor all, is niucli nffectfd by the tiual^'ty of one's neighbors, won though one may not bo on spcuking lornis with them. A pleas -ant, bright face as surely better than a dlscontontccl, cross one; and ahousu that hiis the air oi' being inhabited is p/tifurablo to closed shutters and unsocial blinds, excluding every ray of sunlight sympathy. \Vc like to see the glancing, chccr-/ul light through the window, of a cold night, or watch them as oven -ing doc|ifns, grnduully creeping from the parlor to 'the upper stories of the near us. Wo like to watch the little children going in and out of the door, to pia,y or to school. We like to sea the white rolled baby dancing up and down at the window in its mother's arm.s, or the father reading his newspaper there at evening, or an.v of tlii-so cheerful, impromjitu homo glinii>ses, which, though wo are no Paul f-'ry, we will assert go to make a pleasant neighbor to those who live for comfort instead of show. Sad, indeed, sonic mornings, on waking, it is to see the blinds down good word, and the shutters closed, and to know that death's angel, while it spared our thieshold, had crossed that of our chaerlul neighbor. Sad to mL-^s the white-rolilied baby from the window, and sec the little coffin at nightfall borne into the house. Sad try, in any age, has there been such a mighty work before the youth of our land as there is today; and wo mighti soy never were young men as ignorant of H and umltted for their work. Each one wants the other to row the boat while he catches the fish. All soeni to believe in luck. Ixt us say to you, young men, tliatpluck wins more battles than luck. Wishing is the easiest way in the world to get a poor living. Looking for thd fortunate star to rise is like stand -ing on the ocean's strand and watching for Wealth-laden ships to come over the sea that never "put out." Wishing brings a small income, and the taxes on it are enormous. Don't pay the world owes you a living until you. have earned one. Idlene.os in boys and girjs is the blacke�t curse of any land. There is just as great a work and Just as noble for the young woman as for the young mjvn. When I'thc girls; in earnestness, cast asitle the toOBc cloak of vain fickleness, and donning the beautiful garments of laboring purity, come forth from the sickly chnmlie* of the "accomplished' asking "Whet shall wo do?" and bearing the motto "Woman's ability shall sec light," then the boys will become more earnest, more tcm|>er-ato, more like men. DIe bo not afraid or ashamed of labor. Hard hands, strong arms, and sunburned faces are honorable. Take "Excelsior" for your motto, and if you arc patient, in a few y ^^e most-worn garmoirts con..*tantly, .steadily filling and ac- I Published in conjunction with .the compliishing his task, that when the P"^te there ia also a booklet, occasion comes he .nay he equal to ""titled: "As seen by Him, ' amb^is it. The talent of succx-ss is nothing ^'^'^^^ �"PPlemert*iry Smore than doing what you can .lo 1" ^'^ ' color work have all Iwen done in Can ada. The fashion plate is now on exhibition In the Semi-roacly tailor -ing store, nend it shows the new Well, without a thought of fame. If coats. These booklets are given it comes nt all it will come tecause ^''^^ *** ""y"** inUjreste.1. One FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS it is sought after. It is. a very in- ^^e features of the book is the descrec-t and troublesome, ,' ambition P"b"���on for the first time of th, which cares so much about what tii* world sa.vs of us; to he always anxious about the oltect oi what .we do or say, to bo always shouting to hear the echoes of our own voices. A CHAT WITH THE GHILS. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS the fioiel arlinatoit i FRED. RODNEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCCLLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER ^ RATES, $l.�0 A DAY 1 LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | r For Real Estate values PlllE AND UP� INSURANCE -TKY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. Tribute to late ReV.MeKillop'the district,'Rev. Charlcs McKillop, � � |Tho talk about him was general,. I Kev. Dr. Jlryco of Manitoba tiniv- remember bi�t few such marked ca.scs. ers:ity In the course oi an interview ^llls was a pitsturesque figure. Going with a JIanitohtt Five Press j-eporter , west, years ago, to tho rough dis -thus Bpealis of bis recent visit to trict of Southern Alberta, Mr. Mc-Lcthbridge, which took place at ah- Kiilop came Into contact with many out the time of the ilcath of Hcv. o| tho flury spirits of tho border [Chns. McKillop. country. Jfr. McKillop was a match '.fourne.ving along the Crow'sNest .in strength and as a bo.xer for any IPass, I stopjiod at UithbridgtJ and J of them, and once or twice in return Medioine' Hot. TJotli of these towns for insults showed his prowoss. His ire thriving. The groat bridge to bo name lie^inmo a famous one "in tho |)UHt at Lothhridgw for tho C. V. H. community for ph.vsical strength, as v'ill ifie a VTOstern wonder, both as to it. did for righteousness and engtli and. height. Both of tlwue. bcnuvolonco. Many a kind act he did; towns aro aiming at being mnnufac- and his home was a synonym for :urlng centre.s~tlie one with its coal hospitality. The whole community ^nd tho tvlher with it� niiliinil gns. , agi-Lxtd in saying "that a good name Vhilo I was in Lethbridge a gloom Jin rather to bo chosen than gixjat J held services in St. Johns Medicine Hat, Sunday, riches.' enicd to have fallen on tho whole i)mmunli|if. This was on account of ! Church, death of the pioneer clergyman of ^b��th morning and evening I heard .somebody, perhaps it was a prude, sa.v tho other d.iy that fdsh -ionobly ucccimplishod young ladies consider it a disgrace to enter a kitchon or know how to make a lo.Tf of bread. Now wo know some .sensible girls who do not consider thomsclves disgmcx'd if thc.y ai-efound holt>ing their mothers, and moreover ' wo know wlint the above mentioned prude snid i.s true in many instances. Socio'ty at the i>rcsent day demands that girls shall be what they call,ac-complishoil; and to fulfill this demand tho mothers of Christendom teach their daughters that a knowledge of all that belongs to life's duties at home is not oue of the recjuirements, that manuel labor Ix; consonant with drawing room cultivation. And so their lily hands slid idl,v over the piano keys, thoy waltz in the mosl>oal to and secure tho better class of well-dros,s-od men." concluded tho President In his brief talk on good clothes. rMk and alltnB women, tbore la �t leait on* > haip.. But with that wiif, two traMnMntu, To mi to hMp. But with that way,_____________ must be combined. Oiie it local, ona Is coiutitu* tfopat, but both are iuiportant. both MMatiai. Or. Shoop'g Mght Cure Is tho txjcal. Iff. Bhoop's Kcstonitlvo, tho CouBtltutlon*!. Thelormer-Dr. tjhnop'^i Night Cure-Isii topical , fi^^^�'S!S^X1^&i7'nT&,^^^^^ unnatural blood pressure, and ment, Tho Kostomtiro ivachei throutfhout th* immodiatoly departs. Write lir.Shoop aS^^MM^^^^^^^ Wis. ami g�t a f-.* trial paek'ag�. Largo box 2�'>c. Sold by .1. D. Hiigintotham &> Co. Pain anywhere, pain in the ' head, painful [Joriods, Neuralgia, toothache all jiains can Ik? promptly .stopiiod by a thoroughly safe little Pink Candy Tablet, known by Druggists e\'ory-whoro as Dr. Shoop's Hoadaeho Tab-lots. Pain simply moans pongostion- undue blood pressure at thi' point where pain exists. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets quickly equali/.o this pain ITia "NiKht Cure", an Iti immo impKos, doot it* work whilo you Bleep. It soothei noro and inSanv. cd mncouit turlacea, heals local woakueii^a and diBchargog, whllo tho KoHtoratlve, eoscn ncrvoug excitement, givua renewed vigor and ambition, buildii up wanted tissues, brtnxiiur about renewed �tranith. vicor, and energy. 'Ake Dr. Bhoop'a Restorativo-Tahlotsor Liquid-asa gensml Umio to tbe syitaiD. For positive local belthtueaa well Dr. iShoop's Night Cure ''ALL DEALERS" Perfection of character can lie achieved only through struuglo, through discipline; it is for him that over-coineth that the crown of life is reserved.-John Fiske. Every doctrine must prove itself by doing. A GOOD Is what you arc looking for. Then we arc-the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving ft^ information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (& NatthewSji^ Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA 1i GRASSEY LAKE The BEST NEW TOWN in Sovthera Alb�rt� The Centre off a Rieh Faraiag ��4 MiaiAg INalffct. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES For lavestort, Buuness Men and MceKftttict. Oooi Business Men to LOCATE. nWHSITE NOW ON THE MMHe Lots from $35 to $100 on reasonable terms. For further particulars write Wm. SALVAGE GRASSEY LAKE ALBERTA | Aatomobile Sopplies Spark Pluga, Stornge Batteries Speedomotore Tire Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc. Herald -Want" Ads. Pay. If .you w.ant to got tho wont you ttnnt to get, you want to got your want in the want-getter-^Tho Herald. Tho Herald wants your want, 'because *t wants you to get tho want yon Want to got. EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co Tke Original Garage which 18 still in operation. INTRODUCTORY OFFER OF ORCHARD AND GARDEN HOMES AT FRUITVALE In the c�nti( of tht Southetnmoit and Warmest Valley in Souihctn Btliith Columbia, West Kootcnay PGR $10 CASH and $10 pet month withoui intcTcst for 10 acres ll lub-�oil: yioldiiig iiiiiiUMl profit of $400'to $7(>() per acre, K'owing tiuitB and Kfinloii tniek. Ample ruiii-fnll. I'lnt-tei) ill ]0 acre triivtH IrontitiK on roitilN. Ni> triu;t morn tliun half a mile fri)m iniiiii liiiu of riiilrnnil niiU nil witliiii mIluN of Hiatiou. Dail.y trniim : oIoks to tiiiu k' tH : uiiliniit d dciniiiHl >i>r pioilnviH. Kiixt /mil miconti Nuli-diviHiuiiH hi'IiI in hIx weikN. Tliiril 1111)1 luHt Niib-diviHion now on muIh. Large peiwntage of piiriflinners building homea anil culrivuting their land. Good neigbbni'H, line tlHbing nuil huminir near. Write quick for prnofn, deai-riptivo iimlttr mnpR and nil inforiniitlon. We ali'o liiire lor Hiilo trm;t� of 50 to fl.OOO iicriM bCHt Irnit lanilH, best priwH. lieBt tenud. Amnlu bank and other referencoH fiir-liiMlieii on applicutiun. Kootcnay Orchird Association NELSON, B. C. MINARP'S COU)s, Aq. UNIMBKT CURES POO POUND. White and black English setter, found at Taher on Aug. 9. Owner can have same by proving properly andpnying for thin advertisement. Apply at Herald Ofllcc. 22-29-.5-12. TO RENT. A scvon-rootned house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEY, tethbridgo. WANTED. To rent, .shnck, or two or throe apartments, ci-ntrally locato