Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LlTHtftlOOl, ACT ftlPTIMIIft IJ, JtomMing Reveries B Y DREAMER Take the sermoitt you hear home lo yourself, divide them and pa'rcol them out to ypur friends and neighbors, and the', people hi the around, you, there won't be much of ihc "good of the gospel" left to boar fruit for yourself. a to attend to tho tails of the farm and what is de- until they surmount all dlfllculUet and write their .miiuc-a hi ilanilng let- THE BRIGHT SIDE Let's ofteiier talk of nobler deeds, I And rarer of Oie bad ''And1 sing ab.out.our happy days, And not about our sad ones. are not made to fret and sigh And when grief sleeps to wake it, [Bright happiness is standing by This life is what we make it. by letting them have the money will be, made up by the extra care they will take in ..preparing for the next fair, and. ili will also increase, the value of both farm and the stock. Boys like a little fun now and' When work crowds ami they try to have a little Kport, don't scold or growl, a word yourself; the off all the Do not think too much or your dignity. Do any- thing to make the boys think they are having a good time. Jn short, iive with' your boys. A little i'.ui will. tOV.'fti'ds turn work into play. When you get a boy that he loves his work he will '-his honu; his par- ents.and you will have a strong arm to rest on you go'down the slope. Home life, is the test of home character. the husband grow cross and nurly and the wife grow tors upon 'its summit. Then let fcive encouragement to each other in every effort of good, in every noble action, in the little duties of life, and we will he happier for, it, the world will better, and' a smiling, providence wll look down and l-lc'ss our labor of love. There is a demand for good boys. The boy who is Jionest, earnest and industrious, will not be long out of a job. There are lots of prosperous business men, merchants and mechan- aic constantly or. the o-Jt good boys. They do not All advertisements for the Want Col- umns of the Herald must be paid for in ad- vance. We can't afford the time and annoyance of sending out bills for these small amounts. }f.et's find the sunny side of men, j Or'-be believers in it, A light there is in every soul. That takes the pain to win it. Oh! there's a. slumbering good in all And we perchance may wake it. Our hands contain the ma'-ric ward; This life is whut we make k. cross grow, bears, aiul unamianle. The children and savage as young along. JCS, look- for look for them on the streets, how- ever, but in some sort of employ- ment. They have.no use for an idle boy. He is too apt to make an idle man. The boy that jumps into the first job that otters, whether it is agreeable or not, is the boy who is OUR LETTER BOX. .chosen when the boy-hunter comes Tho boy trundling a wheel The'-father callous, 1 is taken, while the boy.play- ing marbles in the shade is left, the boy cheerfully minding the baby on kind Of i brute with on. I bristles in >eif defence. k iwo-k-ggcd The 'wife Thev (level- Sells When Others Disappoint RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY JOBBING CO. FIRES STMtTED Frank, Sept. ll.-rThis part of _the will .bo exceedingly .fortunate if it is out by the C. P: R.rbefore this- fall ;Last ,week a" fire started by a locomotive': gave the residents cfr.the Passb'urg district a bad. scare -'and again 'on Friday another which burned over an: area a mile.-long, by half .a -Biile wide-and- was. only, put out by vigorous :work by all of that section who either" turned out or were called- out by the police. And all along' the line be- tween here and Maclcod fires have; at; intervals, in. no case j further apart than a quarter of a iThe.ouly reason great damage Then' here's to thooc whoso Icvmg Shed light and. joy-'about tl-fctn: Thanks, IMS to them for cmmlUj-s gems We ne'er had known, without tho u. Oh! this should lie a happy world To. all who may partake it; -The fault's our own if it is not op 'growth and .sharp- of.vtfleth-iind the house is haimt- (The Herald not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will 1% refused. Taber, Alta., Sept. 10, 1908 the front slop is invited to put on a TO the Editor, Herald: boy's suit, whih; the one playing hooky is refused a place to drive a This life is what .we make it. A PLEA FOR THE BOYS People, wonder why the boys want not -.already. done ,is that to leave the farm and try their there is still a-good dealer tunes jn the city. There is little .vegetation to-delay the spread, until Uvonder when the matter is looked someone gets there and the-pjnto. Too little effort is ratide to fire. The company has not plowed j make the homes from which the boys any; fire, guards this year and tjje j to. run away, attractive. The country .has no 'protection against j almighty dollar too often gets in the way. Boys are not, wild animals; they do not need pounding because' 2 mak- they do not do their work as. well as ed by ugliness and domestic brawls, This ,is not what the family circle should be. If one must rude to any, Jet to someone ho does not' -not his wife, brother or parents. one of the loved ones be taken away and memory recalls a thousand with regret. Death quickens recollections painful- ly. The 'grave cannot, hide the white faces of "those who sleep. The colfm and the greiwi ground are cruel mag- nets. us to remember. A man -never sees so far into human life as when i he looks over a wife's orTa grave. His eyes grow wondrous clear then and ho, sees as he never "saw before, 'what it is to love and be .loved. It is a pitiable picture 'human weakness when those we best are treated worst. di ft cart. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Forests fires are raging in tho ondacks in New York state. From January 1 to August 1, i03 people were deported from Canada j to the countries from whence they came. 48 people were refused ad.- mission at ocean pouts during the same period. Dear notice in your issue of yesterday, that Mr. Simmons went to considerable trouble to show rea- son why he was at the laild office on the morning of pre-emptlou day. I was considerably surprised at this for why he should consider it worth his while to satisfy the curiosity of a slanderer is beyond me. We live" in the Far West it is true, but surely wo are not too far from civilization to have a little faith Isft in the hon- esty of a man's man who has been chosen as the representa- of the peopled Miv Simmons' constituents, have sufficient confidence in. him to give the lie to suggestions of underhand work emanating fivn unsavory quarters. The serenity of a lion is not to be disturbed l.y the braying of an a.ss, nor is u. ?r in- tegrity to be called into question irresponsible scandal mongers. Yours faithfully, Onlooker. Coal, Ice and 3 WesUf a Transfer Co; LONG Office opposite Balmoral PHO N E S3 the of locomotives. The Germans are said to i ing a new kind of bread of wheat or j rye, for which the grain goes through a process similar to-.malting. It is said to have a delicate flavor, and by reason of the process more easily di- gjsted. The same Is true of which is sometimes called liquid bread. the brewing of The Leth- bridge-Brewing and-Malting Com- pany's ''AlbartaV: Pride" .converts the barley into V delicious drink that containing centage of digest m high per- is an aid to PUG5LEY AND RENDER ATED NOMIN- St..John, N. li., Sept. als last night nominated If on. W. Pugsley for St. John city and coun- ty and James Pender, manufacturer, for St. John city. ESTABLISHED 1864 older persons. They have not had the'experience. Our trouble is that, many. farmer .have too much to say about "-Big I" in talking to their boys. Why not say, we or in talking about the stock or farm, and encourage the boys to say the same? They will ledrn to take au interest. Subscribe for a paper in their name, 'and..-.if there something extra in ycgctables_or stock, let them take it to moke the entries inlthcir own. name, and-if they .chance-to. get a let them have it do -as they please with, it will stimu- Encouragement is something we naturally''IciMak for. A little praise a word or a cheerful something: for the hungry souF to grasp and .the weary mind to rest upon, as we climb the toilsome moun .'taitf.of. many ijpobr hearts have: sunken into iLespondcricy, when a little, encouragement has reassurqd them. looks for it, on the it is the cheering voice ofr his Jeader that urges him 071 through the t'danger of death and crowns with victory. The poet arid, the artist, the writer and the musician, look to .Uie world to genius and give them .It Ss which' calls, forth theiri noblest ef- forts to climT) the mount of fame, SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., London, England, pupil of the em- inent- teacher, William, Shakespeare late teacher of vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, ctc.'.j will receive pupils in voif-e culture and vocal music on and after Sc-p- i tember 1st at The'. Lethbridge Conser- vatory'of Music. 2t PIANO .Miss Margaret M. 'Fraser, A. T. C. M., late oi The Toronto Conservatory of of piane and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir B. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President ICE CREAM StftDrinb Fnitwl Cwledwierj "BUDD" REED Successor to G-. W. Phone 211 0. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq C. P. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays. Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. NenrYork Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BAJSfK ACCX3UNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to xsmallj deposits. Interest at 3 per cent per i compounded ibur times a-year. Drafts, Money Ordeis and Letters of Credit payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBKIDGE BBAXCH-- E. W. McMULLEN, Maufer Herald Jobbing Facilities Unsurpassed By Anything In Southern Altferta The Daily Herald is Delivered In any part Of the City 35c a month Mailed 25c a month A VIEW OF A SECTION OF THE CITY If Merchants want to in- crease their trade this Fall they want to get before the V people every day. The DAILY is the medium through which to reach Lethbridge and the South Country.