Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE STORE OF QUALITY. Christie Brown & Co.'s Fancy Biscuits iu many varieties. The choicest of Canadian-made*goods always on hand. Nelson 9b Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBKIDGE o/m To:o:o;o:o:o:o:o:o:op^^ VLKA8ANT N El UI IRON MOODS One's pleasure, after nil, Ih mucli nfleeted l>y the (|iiitljly of one's no/lgh-hors, even though one muy not bo on speaking terms with them. A pleas -mil, bright fnee in surely bolter than n dlsriintcnlod, cross one; and ahouso Unit has tht! nir of bcitiff inhabited Is preferable td closed shutters and unsocial blinds, excluding every ray of sunlight sympathy. Wo like to si'o tin! glnnclng, cheerful light through the window, of a cold night, or wutch them (ih even -Ing (lceiKMiR, grnduully creeping from tho parlor to the upper stories of the house nenr us. We like to watch tho HUle children going in mid out of the door, to piny or to school. We like to see tin; whHo robed baby dancing up and down at the window in its mother's alius, or lu home glimpses, which, though wo nre no I'mil 1'ry, we will assert go to make a pleasant neighbor to those who live for comfort instead of show. Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Onr Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 SUMMER* DRINKS should be of finest flavor and of the best quality|to be enjoyable. Warm j weather makes the palate dainty, and adtlious K'ligernle.or beer, orange or lemon cider or lemon sour or soda is delicate enough to satisfy it. Our bottled goods are the best manufactured. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. Slid, indeed, some 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 threshold, had crossed that of our cheerful neighbor. Hail to miss the white-roblied bnliy from the window, and SiV the little collln nt nightfall borne into the house. Snd to see the innocent little faces pressed at eventide against tile window pane, watching for the "denr papa" who has gone to his long home. Hvery man must patiently abide his time, lie must vitjl. not in Idle-iness, but in useless pus-time, hut In constantly, steadily Oiling and nc-compl.ishing his tusk, that when the occasion comes he may lie equal to it. Tho talent of surivss is nothing !more than doing what you can do well, without a thought of fume. If it comes nt all it will come Ijccnuse it is sotijjht nfti r. It is> a very in-desciwt and troublesome ' ambition I which cures so much about what Uw I world says of us; to be always nnx-jious about the effect of what we do or say, to be always shouting to hear the echoes of our own voices. try, "In any age, has tho.ru been such a mighty work before tho youth of our land tin there is toddy; and we. might, sny never wore young men as Ignorant of M and unfitted for their work. Each one wants tho other to row tho boat while he catches tho fish. All sooni to believe In luck. Let us sny to you, young men, thatpluck wins moru battles than luck. Wishing Is tho easiest way In tho world to get u. poor living. Looking for ilia fortunate star to rise is like stand -Ing on the ocean's strand and watching for wenlth-Iaden ships to come over the sea thftt never ''put out." Wishing brings a small Income, and the taxes on it nre enormous. Don't say the world owes you a living until you- have earned one. Idleness in boys and girls is the hluckeat curRo of any land. There Is Just as groat a work anil Just as noble for tho young woman ns for the young miyj. When 'the girls, In earnestness, cast aside the loose elouk of vain fickleness, and donning the lieautitul garments of laboring purity, come forth from thr sickly chninbe� of the "accomplished' asking "What shall we do?" and Injuring the motto "Woman's ability shall sec light," then the boys will become more earnest, more tcm|icr' nte. more like inon. Hear young poo pl� be not afraid or ashamed of lab or. Hard hands, strong arms, and sun-burned faces are honorable. Take "Kxcelsior" for your motto, and yon aro patient, in a few years you can surely wrllj under it that other Eureka." mmmmm Canada'� High Class Tailoring Houses. A GOOD nia FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS A CM I AT WITH T11H OIRLS. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Che Bold Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA i 1 heard somebody, perhaps It was a prude, soy the other day that fash -iomthly accomplished young ladies consider it a disgrace to enter a. kitchen or know how to miiko a 1 loaf of bread. Now We know some sensible uiils who do nut consider tbciiiM'hes ilisgrntvd if they nrefound helping their mothers, and moreover we know what the nbove mentioned prude said is l rue in many instances. Society ut the present day demnnds thut girls shall be what they call,accomplished; and to fulfill this demand the mothers of Christendom tench For the 'first time In Canada tailor's fashion plate has been pub-Mrhed by a Canadian house, and tho artist's work, photo engravings and color work have nil Iwen done In Can ndn. The fashion plate is now on exhibition in the Semi-ready tailor -ing store, oond It shows the new styles in nil the most-worn garmeiTts | Published in conjunction with tho fashion platu there Is ulso a booklet, entitled: "As seen by Him," andrtiis shows some of the supplementary Btyles in new fnlt and winter over coats. These booklets nre given away free to anyone interested. One of the features of the hook is the publication for the first time of the full physique typo chart, showing how .the Semt-Ueady system provides for 425 different sizes and flgunes. ltoth book and fashion plate aiv ivditable productions, and prove tho skill of the Semi-ready designers. The President of the SeiiiA-Reatly Company, in a recent review of fashions and fabrics, said: "Anything decidedly new in wool -lens in usually brought out in summer, and the chief novelties this fall ore the impressionistic 'Elephant' shinies in dark greys, which gradually shade into warm tones of brown or olive. They mv shovn in nunli -ties which are bound to make them popular. They are unlike any pat -terns we have had. and they are of that, soft and rcllned texture which will appeal to gentlemen of good taste. The 'elephant' fabrics aro shown, too, in a dark slate and mouse color, varying into soft green their daughters that a knowledge or > , ,)rowmsh "The new overcoatings are of a variety which viill appeal to Individual tastes, but the well-known plain black and Oxford grey vicunas, cheviots anil meltons will find the more adherents. In some countries the licivvers and mcltuns are losingground but in Canada's wintry winds these cloths make up in their close weave for tho inadequate warmth na compared with the more fleecy liaiuas ,n�d cheviots. Perhaps tho smartest production of the Semi-Ready is the artistic design of the storm ulster, which is usually ipiite clumsy in np- ull that belongs to life's duties at home is not one of the requirements, that miinuel labor must Ik> consonant with drawing room cultivation. And so their lily hands slid idly over the piano keys, they wnlt/. in the most approved style; simper n little Fivnvh or German, quote poetry-nnd society says they nre accomplished. Doubt less they nre, anil hy-niul-b.v, ns all modern fashionables do, they win a husband. Now is there one of their boasted accomplishments that will help to make or bless a home*? We know that music is pleasant, and home is not home where there are no ixniruniv. The materials used are the . . . , , 8,""KS ,thick, soft cheviot-finished Scotch or swiet harmonies; but a knowledge For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD &, CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. of the piano will not help a woman dlschargf her wifely duties, and a KinnMvriiig of l-'reneh or i\n ability to waltz Ki'iuvfiilly, vj'll do but little towards preparing a palatable dinner for n husband when be conies' home hungry. Modern girls have not, loss ability [than our grandfathers bad; the evil nil lies iu thi' principles imbibed in early .scars. If mothers will tench, by word and deed, that idleness is an accomplishment, then what may we expect'? Where shall we look for the true woman, the blessed homes in the years to come'.' Tho woman who would Till the life's station nobly and Well, 'cannot learn loo much. If she fails iu her home she will, fail in nil; for there rest the basis of her ultimate success. excelsior-ErniucA. Never in the history of any roun - Tribute to late Rev.Mr.Killop Rev, Dr. Hryce of Manitoba University in the course of an interview with a Manitoba l'iw 1'ivss reporter thus speakH of his recent visit to Lethbridge, which took place nt about tho time of tho death of llev. Chns. McKillop. ".Journeying along the Crow'sN'est 'ass, I stopped at U>llihridgu and Medicine lint. Iloth of these towns thriving. The great bridge to bo name lien-uino a famous one in uilt at ijuthbridge for the C. 1*. It. community for physical strength, ns t'ill ,po a western wonder, both us to it did also for righteousness and ength and height. Moth of ther*.' benevolence. Many a kind act he did; owns aro aiming at being initnufnc- nnd his home was n synonym for ring ventres--Iho one with its con I hospitality. Tho whole community ml tho other with its natural gas. u^ived in saying "that a good name Vhile I was in Jjcthhridge a gloom , is rather to be chosen than great :iuod to luivo fallen on tho whole (riches." I held services in St. Johns immunity. This was on account of j Church, Medicine Hat. Inst Sunday, death of tho pioneer clergyman of ^oth morning and evening. tho district,' Rev. Charles McKillop. |Tho talk nliout him was general,. I i remember but few such marked cases. His was a picturesque figure. Going ,west, years ago, to tho rough dis -triet of Southern Alberta, Mr. Mc-'Killop came Into contact with many joX the fiery spirits of the border country. Mr. McKillop was a match in strength nnd ns a boxer for any Hi them, and once or twice In return for insults showed his prowess. Mis the cloths. They make one feel warmjust to look at them. The dress suits are the chof d'ouvre of the Semi-Heudy. The manufacture of these high-class garments has help �l to emphasize tho pre-eminent nil-vantages of the Semi-Ready system of tailoring, for those garments appeal to men who know. Press suits, mv made of finest fabrics, with silk linings ns good as a $.">0 suit. The frock coats for the fall season vary but slightly from tho designs made for the spring and summer season. "We do not approve of startling novelties in dress, and we always n-void bizarre jmt'tcrn.s and fabrics, for our desire is to appeal to and secure the bettor class of well-druss-|ed men." concluded the President in his bri.yf talk on good clothes. Weak Women Pain anywhere, pain In tlu head, painful periods, Neuralgia, toothache all [>aiiis can lie promptly stop|ied by a thoroughly safe little. Pink Candy Tablet, known by Druggists everywhere as Hi*. Snoop's llondtieho Tab-To weak and ailinc women, tliore la at least ona'i,v......ilintely departs. Write iir.Snoop entire �yst�m. sookiiur th� repulr of all norve, .,,,;_, umb nn.i � impllo8.aow IU 'package. Largo box 2i")c. Sold by work while you Hlnep. It eoothonsoroand lullam- �1 ed nnieous mirfucea, liuiU local woaknosgus uml dlBChargus. whllu thu Hfstorativo. oases nervous exclwineiit, given renuncil vigor and ambtllon. bulldn up wiuilod llaauui. bringing about rvuuwua MreiiBth. vigor, and onetgy. 'ftko Dr. Shoop'i RuBtoratlyo-TaliluUior Liquid-aau ffunarul umio to tho system. For posIUvo local help, use as well Dr. vShoop's Night Cure "ALL DEALERS" Wis. ami Lnrge box .1. D. Iliigiirbothnin &i Co. Perfection of characier can l� achieved only through struggle, through discipline; it is for him that ovor-comoth that the crown of life is reserved.-John Fisko. Kvery doctrine must provo itwolf by doinjr- Is what you are looking for. Then we are 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 full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (}> Matthews,^ Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA 1 GRASSEY LAKE mmmmmmmm^^mmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I The BEST NEW TOWN in Southern Alberta The Centre of a Rich Farming nnd Mining District. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES In4�eraMln for % f X Y X ? X X For Investors, J i Business Men nnd Mechanics. Good Business Men to LOCATE. TOWNSITE NOW ON THE Lots from $35 to $100 on reasonable terms. For further particulars write Wm. SALVAGE GRASSEY LAKE ALBERTA Automobile Supplies Spark PluRfl, Storngo Butteries .Speedometers Tiro Chains, Goggles, Jacks, etc. EXACT REPAIRING Howard Case & Co The Originnl Garage which ia still in operation. Herald "Want" Ada. Pay. If you want to got tho want you mint to set, you want'to get your want in the want-getter-The Herald. The Herald wants your want, lieutUHc it wimlH you to get tho want you w(lnt to got. BOO FOUND. While nnd black English setter, found ut Tnlier on Aug. 0. Owner enn have sativ> by proving properly umlpnying for this advertisement. Apply at Herald Otllce. IHTRODUCTOBV OfFER Of ORCHARD AND GARDEN HOMES AT FRUITVALE In the ctnttc of the Southctnmoil and Watmcsl Villcy in Soulhcin Bcllith Columbia, Wcti Koolcnay FOR $10 CASH >nd $10 pet month without inteicil fot 10 aciei It i> only by acting ai once thai you can (c. cure one of out Orchard Hornet on these terms Mild, lionltlihil cl''iiiiit, land level, ilppp ItiKtn.tltty kiiIi-hdII; .vii'liliiij; uiiiiuid prollt of $-100 to $700 |�;r urro. umwiiiu fmitH nnd Kitrdcii truck. Am pic niii-full. l'lttt-ti'il in IU ucro tnii'tH iruiitini; on ioiuIn. No tract luoiii tliiin hull u uiilo Irom iiiiiin Ihw of ridlrnml uml all \\ illiin 'J milcH t>f Htatiou. Dully lnii|i� : i'Idki. to niiiili'tN Hit 1 iinit 9, 4c. LINIMENT CUBES STKAYKP. One sorrel mure, Ave years old. AVeight about 12(10 pounds. Uranded -2- on left thigh. Was last seen in Scott's coulee, southwest of Miicl/'Oil A reward of $15.00 will be paid on returning to K. It. DAWSON, TjothbridKc. IfRKALDS WANTKD. CopieN of the Her�lil pf .Tunc 0th, 13th and 2ttth wanted. Anyone having old copies on hand will please ndvlse. THB HERALD OFFICE. WANTED. A few fresh milk cowa. -Apply S. H. FAIRFIELD. to 5-12. Box 384, Letfeoridgo. SKI MANOE. Notice is horeliy given th*t by Order in t'ounril dated August 21st, l"07, tho period during which cattle are required to bo dipped within the area set forth in the Order in Council of .Junm 10th, 1007, has been extended to the 15th of September, 1U07, and that in case of any owner, failing to treat, or to make satis -factory preparation for treatment of his cattle on or before 1st Baptenv l>er, 1007, thu provisions regarding Compulsory treatment shall go Into force and effect. J. CV. RUTHERFORD. Veterinary Director (Jenrral, Ottawa, August !?2nd, 1907. 5-13-19. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course In good school. Owner unable to go on with It. Apply toBox O. Herald office. Get year Office Stationery printed at ..The Herald*.