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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta � mnhinc kvoks Nothing but The Best IS THE HERALD'S MOTTO Read the Herald every week. Patronize its Advertising Columns GET YOUR pk.vck at homk. �f knew by l.b�.s i wrong or is out of tunc or disagrce-; able there, it is iiiude the fce�t of, I not tlie worst; even cITorts are inado I to excuse it, and to show that it is not felt; or, if felt, it is attributed to accident, not design; and this is not only but natural, in . t'.i# of a friend. 1 will not, thcte-I'orc, Ijclicve what is so natural ia' the house of another, is impos.sibic ut home, Utit maintain, ytli.Mtt j.';>i c-able every day in her>!y, i�s on .set days to her guests, c uici not fail to make home happy. Ivt u.s not invade the point of these te-iimrks liy recurring to the miiNi'ji i�-boui allowing for temper. II. in worse than folly to refer to our lemiior, unless we could prove that we ever gained any good by giving way toit. fits of illhumor punish IIS quite as much, if not^ more, than those they are vented upon; and it actually ivquircs more cITort and iu-rticts more pain to give ihen\ upthan would l)c requisite to avoid them." very pugc . of Time's book. l.'i'o, liowvi!r has maii.v sunny sputs. titt llK.-y who s�!i'k hn|>pln( only fioni I ho world fin�l but few of tlieih. The desolate soul, looking upon il,;...s yo,.is. (i-r-hnp.s, is destined lo ViC. ' lliat form stalked pioiHlly through i^iiy scenes of pleasure, the bi^au id.''ii! of grace; now the hand of timi-. lluit withers the (lower of yesterday, hiis bent that flgurc aud destroyed Vcat uoble carriage. Once, at your' lui'i, he po.ssessed the thoiisund ihou;(,')jts that pass through your brain, i:ow wishing' to accomplish deeds nqual to a nook of fame; anon imagictioii of wheat far too high. Ihe grades ftxvd this yi>ar would prob -i ably have suited last yTjar all right. ,' Since life's best joy consists in pe*ce | But this year the crop will not, per- .........................., 4 m R.A.\VRldHf The JEWELBi" and DONE AT ITS JOB DEPARTMENT And you wiO quickly realize that the and ease And though but few can servo, yet all may please. Oh, let the ungentle spirit learn from hence, \ small unkindness is a great fence." Lovji:. When wu observe the actions of men and women it sometimes uteeiUi as tiiuugh wo were ignorant of the real tuoaiiing and value of lov9. Kt-(lecially in the ti-catincnt of thosv wlio oiler thcm�cl'vc8 fully and fiitUy to us arc wo' often uMsl ungenerous and ungrateful. is any mother ever repaid for the years of Piitieut devo'tion she gives to her children? She, of, gives in llie right spirit, looking for no reward, but we should receive in the I eight spirit by giving generously in returu of our time, our thought, oar icndorncss. "it's only mother; anything will do for her!" If the words uns not actually e.\i>rvsseil, the thought is loo often acted upon. And j^t ifwc slop to think, common decency tell.s us that only the liest is good en- LETHBRIDGE HERALD MOTTO NOTHING TH IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT haps exceed 80,000,000 bushels, and very little of the grain will s nwl No. I test. The tests are as follows. Vo. 1 Alberta red winter wheat or:.shall l>e luird pure re and clean, weighing not less than 62 pounds to the bushel. No. 2 .Allierta red winter wheat shall t>c hard, soumi and cla-m weighing notiless than, GO pounds to the bushel. No. 3 must run not less than poimds to the bushel. The tva weeks of very hot weather uhit^h prevailed o\'or the wvst Inst .summer alTeclod the qualit.y of the stamiing wheat. 'J'he lierries have not llio color and are less plump as a result. The wet weather after the grain was cut bleucliod nomu that was lying down in the sheaf. There is less smut this year and most of the grain grown will grade as milling wheat. An inspector of the Chicago board of trade has made the following' staiemont which is of interest to horta farmers: "In comparing s.iiu -pies of the new .Vlberta fall whaat with that of Kansas I And that -Vl- Made Northwest Wear. Stanfield's T.Tnshriiikable Un-derwear i.4 plaimed anil kiiitteil cspecia'ly for Northwest winters^ It defies tlie worst blizzard thai comes (town from the Kiondyke -keeps you snug and warm, no matter bow low the tbehnometer; goes. StanWs is soft, silky Mova Scotia wool; -with the shrink taken out. It is knitted in all sizct tor comfortably fit every figurjc- y and hoUU its shape, no matter how often washed. Kvery garment is guaranteed-aUsolutely nii.shrinkable. ough for mother-that her devotion, j ,^^^1^ j, ^^o No. 2 grade is f,up-which surpasses all other love, is deserving of the tlee|) resi>ect and affection, and that to forget her is the blackest arfd ha.sest crime that lium can commit. Mothers are love incarnate, and because love is tbe i highest thing a man may know, and the most pix'cious gift a man or ma.v receive, he who disregjards or wounds it is the lowest and most despicable of created things. llava ve not all seen young girts svuunding the very soul of love by disregarding u mother's counsel and by refusing to share the burden ot Jioiise-koeping with the tired nwt.her? ! Have wo not known young irion who j HI ling the mother heart by rudeness or by tlissipation or by neglect. Every mother should take the time and the nwney to keep herself andher children neatly and becomingly drea-.sed^ Jt is esiiccially necessary that children should be taught botb by precei>t and exaiupl� the vuiue of In childhood habits are fonn-cr, larger Iwrry. This is a striking statement, in view of the fact that this .\(>;vr's crop is the largest and of the �.-tnst quality that Kansas has ever raised. The local grain inspector reports that those samples of grain which he has received fro.m. south of lijoth-bridgc willli grade No. a and 3. That which ban come into his ofllce from north of I.�ihbridgc' is of a good quality .except it is a trifle soft. NAIL CONtlMCr SIOALEI) TENDERS, addressed tO the Fostmastcr General, will b� ve-ceived at Ottawa until Noon,  on t'riday, the a8ih of Septeurticr, ViOtt for the conveyance of Hia ICajes.'.y'.s Mail.s, on a prtiposed contract f.r four years, once per day each way, betwet.>n the I.ethhridge Post ofRi-.t and the several street letter boxen lo commcnco at the ploas\irc of vho Postmaster General. Printed notices containing furtiioc mformation as to conditions of proposed contract may l>e seen n* i)l.\nk forms of Tender inay baob-: tained at the Post, OfRces of I�th-bridge and at the office afth�.Pont Oflice Inspector. A. W. CATRNS. Post Office Inspector. Fost Ofllco Inspector's Office, Cal-gory, Aug. 17th, 1006. WS.OO REWARD. ix>st- Bay borse. branded Vn (monogram) left hip.-J. B. HOW -SON. Medicine Hnf VAIATE OF METAL SHEETI.VG Fire (.'ommissioner Says it is a Tiv-vcntative to Great Conflagrut-ions. STRAYED. Oivto my One buckskin marc with harness on. Owner may have same by proving property and pn.vlng' n. nsK,' r Twelve Mile Coulee. A. I.indback, fire coirmiissionor for Winnipeg has issttod a circular nr.; -ing the value of sheet metal tor buildings as a preventive of (^rci't conliagrations in u city., Ife ."ayt: "There ha.s roceijll.>- oi;i;iirr(ained the flames vith- - ' in the building. The conse(piencams glitlinnc the floor; he opens his tin,.' Iiami e.xpecting lo lieliold a bright treasiiiv, but it is not there. He learns only by r�poatt"d -diwoppoint-im>nts thoy have no tangible form. Such are life's scenes. Change and disappointments are written I'l-n ilagration, the lire in hcKh rases, owing to this fact, was restricted to the individual buildings. Wl.'ile this is known to lie the casts among ob~ servant iKwple, I. thitik that thi-ii'act ought to have'a wider publiitilion, and that sometime when the build-ing by.laws of the city arc ivvlsed, attention should be given to this r^oint. Of course it must not be overlook* od, that while the surrounding property in made safer by the iron clad building, the contents of the biAld-Ing are in greater dtinger for total destruction, still that fact is 'er* lainly of a m'nor consideration when;, a Are does occur, than the'destruc-' lion of the neighboring profiert) An n dres.^ing for soivs, bruiaM iuid burns, ChAmberlain's SaU-� i all thai lan lie deiiiiKl It is SOOth-tng niMl he.iling in i(N effect. VH* 25 cents. Fur aaie by'AH "DniflglstS ;