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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r if*  ^^^ THE NE AT ITS And you will quickly realize that the RAMBLING REVERIES UY A DUHAMKIl. 1*KA(T. AT HOMK. i � I know by the smoke that mo grace- hilly i*itrf�*fI' About tin* green elms, I hut u cot* tuge was near, Ami I vaid, "If there's peace to bo found In the world, A heart that is humble might hope for it hero." i It is Just n� possible to kis?p � lenim house ns a clean on.\ a cliocWul house as a warm 6m1, If the heads set themselves to do ho. Whore is oach oi eh i tho dllllculty of consulting other's weakness as well as other's wants; each other's as wo 11 as on eh other's health; other's comfort as well other's character; 'Peace rules I day, where i*eason rules every page, nf Time's book. I.'i'e, however bus many sunny spots, bit I hey who seek happiness only from the world find but few of them. The desolate, soul, looking upon tloq evil and Ihrtt must, like Noah's :to\e, be forced to return Into its ark . f safety. How low the head, do reverence to the obi man, oueo like you. The vic-sltntles of life have silvered Ids hnir and changed I he round riu>r�'v fu to the Worn visage before you. Om:athu heart boat with aaptr.iUaiiM, crushed by disappointment t.s perhaps, is destined to be.  new that form stalked proudly through jca.v scenes of pleasure, Hie beau bloat of gram now tho hand of lime. that wit hern the flower of yesterday, has can �ee tki^itipg F i ^ i bent that uguro and destroyed tl at eai'h' uouJi> carriage. Once, at your" tii*'*, (ft�'h the he possessed the thousand thoughts that pass through your brain, imw the mind ' i >viH^ntf 1o accompli**!* deeds �iqu.-il to a nook of fame; anon life) 'a dream that the sooner he r.wxke Oh! it. is by leaving the peace at home to chance, instead of pursuing U by system that so many homes!flom 11 lho boUoI' ,auu' *,,,0�Kh� so, that almost anyone can be coup-)tilnc of awakening in near; teoua and forbearing ami patient in I �-vo oVor kln /-v . hi - The JtAVEiiE* - *j 5' - pais niOM a im;hs vhomptia* leKl.lKVICn 11V CIIAMHKU-liAIN'H TAIX HAhM. bus- it A little child of Michael Strauss, of Vernon, Conn., was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand t .... , and as cold applications only in that all the courtesies of life may le!  .� . a %� * i creased the iutlamination, Mr ( Strauss came to Mr. James X. Xlch-I ols, a local merchant for something to stop the pain. Mr. Nichols says;  *'l advised htm lo use Chamberlain':* Pain Halm, and the fust application ; drew out the tnAanunallon and j�avo J immediate ivlief. I have used this 1 liniment myself and recommend it 4 *very often for cuts. hums, straius , and lame back, ami have never : known It to disappoint." Kor sale by AH Prugglsts. upheld in domestic .?oc;c.y, e band as willing to be pi-v home, and as anxious pfecsc in a neighbor's house, und u v i,\ as intent on making initios c.MM.'.ti abb* every day in her i.un'.'y, as on set days to her guests, c ulr! not lail to make home happy, f. t us not invade the point of those �e-marks by recurring to the imwbn a-ttcmt allowing for lem|>er. St, ^ worse than folly to refer to our temi�er, unless we could prove that we ever gained any good by giving t wa> toll. Kits of illhumor punish us quite as much, if not more, than those they are vented upon; and it actually ivcpdres more effort and iu-diets more pain to give them upthau would 1h� lefpiisite to avoid them,*' m Then "Since trifles make the sum of hu man things, \nd half our misery from our les .spring; Si nee life's best Joy consists in pence and ease And though but few can servo, yet all may please, (Mi. let the ungentle spirit learn from hence, A small unkindnoss Is a great of fence." U1VK. When \\\s observe the actions of men and uomon ii sometimes seems ... . , , , . * weighing not�less than, fin pounds in � as Uunigli ua weiv iguorunt the; . , , , , * y th' lo Uh uro wo �'u'u nWBl un- �hl.h |,n..vail�l �vor the �vm Ium generous and ungrateful. is any, foili- CS It API VG OF WIIKAT. Cirain From South of lA?thbndge Will OnuU* Xos. 2 and a. (Cnlgnry Herald.) i E h \ TIh� govi*rnment has prolMuhlytmtde j made a serious mistake this year  by stdtlng thu standard for the In* section of wheat far too high- I he grades flxod this year would orob - ably have suited last year all ri^ht. ; Hut this year the crop will not, per- ; haps rxceod H0.00��,000 bushels, ami very little of the grain will s i.tid : Xo. 1 lest. The tests are as follows. No. 1 A lliert a red w 1 at er v hea t shall be hard pure n**l winter wheat, sound. plump and clean, wei^bim; \ not lesH than 01! pouitds to the j bushel. j Xo. *1 AUs-rtu red winter ahe.i* � shall Ik* hard. sound and c':rin ' Statificld's tTus!irinkal>te V\u derwear U planned and knitted especially for Northwest winters. It defies the worst blizzard thai down from the Kloudykc --keep* you snug and warm, no matter how low the thermometer goes. ^ t StanfieW's Unshrinkable is soft, silky Nova Scotia wool -with tiie shrink taken out. lt is knitted in all she* to comfortably fit every figuri and holds its shape, no matter how often washed. Kvcry garment is guaranteed absolutely unshrinkable. i It MAIL CONTRACT mother ever ropuiU for the years of Piti lent devotion she gives to ber children'' She, of course, gives in the right spirit, looking for no reward, but we should receive in the eight spirit b> giving generously in return of our time, our thought, our tenderness. "It's only mother; anything will do for her!" If the words are not actually expressed, the thought is tot* often acted upon. And yet summer affected the cpialliy of the standing wheat. The Iterrirs haw not the color and are less plump as a result. The wet weather after the 1 *lailrt SKALUP TKXDKttS, addressed to l the rustmuster Cencral, will be **c* reived nt Ottawa until Noon, - >� Friday, the 28th of September, V>0U for the conveyance of His Majcs.'y*.* t on a proposed contract t�r lmu ! four years, once per day each way, between tho l.otabridge Post oftV.j ami i uml tn� *?v*r�l street letter boxes lo at the pleasure of vha Postmaster (ionerul. grain was cut bleuclMsl Home was lying down iu the sheaf. Theiv is less smut this year most of the grain grown will g:-ade j commenco as mining wheat. 1 An inspector of the Chicago board ' IVtate|W1'jtiertit farmers: "In comparing blank forms of Tender may bo 1k> seen tin I oh- Miip to think, cominoii deevney tHls|n|eH of ino now ,\lbert.i full wn-�:U ltiinoear's crop is the largest and of the f.'mst quality that Kansas has ever raised. bridge and at the oflko af the Post OlIU'u Inspector. A. W. CAIRNS, Pont Office Inspector. Tost Ofllce Inspector's Ofllce, Calgary. Aug. 17th. 1000. The local grain inspector reports man may receive, ha who disregards | thut lho(W Kamp|es Df grain which, or wounds it is the lowest and most j ho hftH received from* south of udh-1 ' JW,HllcJn0 ,lft* *23,00 ItRWARP. I^jst - Day horse, branded VJl (monogram) left hip.-J. K. HOW* despic4ible of created things. ; ^ru\eo wiIV grade Xo. 2 and 3. That I lla\a vo not all seen young girls i wUicU hft(| C0|IU, lnto his oflUv from j north of I^thbridge' is of a good quality except it is a trifle soft. mounding thu very *oui of love by disregarding a mother's counsel and by refusing to share the burden of liouse-kivping with the tired luot.her? Have wo not known young iAqu who ; i VAMTR OF MFTAL SIIKKT1VO 4 wrung the mother heart by rudeness ; PJpe Commissioner Says it is a .'riven! utive to Ureal ions. STUAYKP. Onlo my premises. One buckskin mare with harness on. Owner may have same by proving pro|>erty and paying expenses, II. LINK. * Twelve Mile Coulee. or by dissipation or by neglect. I .(1ST Oil STKAYKD. livery mother should take tho timej a ml the money to keep herself und her children neatly and lM*comtngly drcs-sed^. it is especially necessary that ihibbvn should be taught both by precept und example the vulue of dress. a, t.indback, Ore commissioner tor Winnipeg has issued a circulur ur^ -ing tho valuo of sheet uu�lal �"�!� buildings as a pivventive of i;�*ci�t conflagrations in a city.. He >ayl: ("*..... childhood habits are form- "There has recently occurred several ed. Tho children who are accustom-! fires in the city in moldings eov:-od \�\ to seeing tholr mother with her hair becomingly a r run god and in a j pretty gown, and who arc ihcnisel -ves cotnpellod while youug to pay (attention to little detuils of cleuaW- Sept. Lost, strayed or stolen on 1st from a farm 11 miles X. of l.ethhridge. a light boy cuyuse. with white spot on forehead and white on hind l?gs. Jirnnded P.I on left fore shoulder and lazy 0 on right hip. weighs about 750 l?w. U'aen last silv#" all that can bo derired.. It is s***** ing ami lienling is il� ofleet, 25 cents. For *Me W All ;