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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta annouAcei to hit old friends and cuittom#n he hat optnid a fieneral ,1 I On Baronttt Road, cast of the Coi.Tt House �I oundary of Towb-a^p 98 nml in tlM SouthwtBt�rn por-of th* Provlnof o( Stttkatcb- �halt b* for a period not ling ai yean, and no lea-nhall yar a greater area than 100,000 attTM. Lands leased are not subject 9ii booMtead entry or sale, but tlie ifaiater of the Interior may caaoal a1 leasehold, or any portion thereof liflvlB|,|tl�|tltf|ee|M|t years' not-UlT Thi'Wntttf "ch&ieable is two aiiiita pec acre per annum. A jaanot >> granted an i^plicant un->4|Mf h� owns on* head of cattle or �� haMI. ot Jih^p./or^lltya^^^^^ acres pptisd for,, and 'the lessee shall iu-psaaahls stock sb sis to be in pos-assidn at itie end of thrfee years of aas head of cattle or live head of �iMSp for every 20 acres leased, and ihill maintain stocic in this propor-tioB during the continuance of the theep-grusing is permitted oa only a portion of tfae tracts above reler-Md to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to tite Secretary f the Department of the Interior. Ottawa. i^W. W. CORY. Osiiut}- of th(i^JMbiii^ir of Interior. li.-UaauM^lEi^l^blioation of aUs advertisement wlfl not bis' paid 'j_' (ieneraTTiirtilng. ^ When you require your gaideua ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teaming d)ne, see us, ou^^hpne 66, and yeur order wiH' itaw our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AMD SUROSON LETHBRIOOE oaee-Ott Blork. Hoars-lltOO te 13:atki m. ai'a Drug Store Bouas 94. oaas haHfa-� ta 11 a a., ISO ta �.tO p.m., 7 to 8 P.M. Dr. P. H. MeWbum Offloa-Redpatli St. cor. Bvidatt. Hoon-Betora 9 a.m., i-8p.M., 7-8 p. m, SniidayB-S.90 to t.lO p. 01. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. N.D.CN. (McfillD phtbiciak, 8VBOIOM aopouchib Offioa-Burdette St. PhonatS Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drt. DeVeber & CampbcN Phjrsiciana and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 141. Drs. McClur� A Stewart BUBOBOlf DBNTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. .Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eta. OFFICE,   SOUTH A BO BLOCK Money to Land on Town and Farm l>roparty C. F. IIARBIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. r. T. DREWEt F�&aral Director and Embalmar LCTHBRIDOE. ALBERTA W.SHAW, Pahiter A Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for 8. P. Nelaon A Co.'s Vnndowphauie, the modem translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at liethbridga Hotel. B. C. MOOKC l^aneral Direct >t and Embalmar onca-Nsxt to Pnstytsriaa Church. Office Fkoaa 109. Rssideaes 18*. Lethbridgc, Lodge No. 1. Rambling Reveries Bt a Dbbameb. The Beiiuty of the house Is order; The blessing of the house is contentment; The Glory of the house is Hospitality; The Crown of the house is Oodli-ness." The bar of the saloon, the bar of the court, and the bars of the Jail are very closely related. Don't judge a man by his clothes. Ood made one and the tailor made the other. Don't Judge a man by his family, for Cain belonged to a good family. Don't Judge a man by his failure in life, for many a man fails because he is too honest tu succeed. Don't fudge a man by the house he lives in, for the lizard and the rut often inhabit the grander structure. Wlusn a man dies thoy who survive him ask what property there is left behind, the uiigol who bomis over the dying man asks what good deeds he has sent tjefore him. atoly ebilii'oidered'that no head can rust, on them? Who* sense Is therw in easy chairs ol such rich material that thv.^ arc quite the reverse ol the name gl^cll them? Is there any satisfaction ill a roirtn, the furnishings oi which cost hundreds of dollars, when it is only open to rare inter . vats, when the owner, perfastps, sits by the kitclien fire or in some dingy sitting-room, where he can put liis BUIOGK. �I'lie Urttt anniversary of Luthbrldge as a cit ywill lie celebrated on Uay Uth, A full holiday will U- glveii and a good prugrnnmie is already out -lined. Ill the morning the school children, cadets and the Kire Brigade will join in a grand parade. In the afternoon tlic sports will come off. These will consist of football en^ I lacrosse matches between the local feet on the fender if he wants to, can i^^^ visiting teams. In the evening smoke, and as a great indulgence tilt back his chair? Let the sunshine into the gloomy rooms, have a couch to lie on. a piano to play on; in lact, a boms to live in; one wherein a sense of hospitality and good cheer exudes from | the very tables and chairs, insteiad of ' a mausoleum of gloomy radiance, wherein every thing is for show and nothing to be used. THE AUDITORIUM there will be a'display of fireworks and tha day will close with a banquet and the organisation of a tweii-ty-flva thousand club. The Trades te Labor Council, Board of Trade and some local sporting societies arc also invited. Perhaps some one of the school I children that attend this celebration will some day occupy the mayorship of this city. A pupil in the physics class was asked "What is air comiwsed of," "carbolic acid," he answered. Offlcittl Organ of Standard^ IV. Literary Hociety. Clarence Sherlock, Editor. Vol. 1. Friday, March 39. So. 4. Did you ever know a woman to regret that she knew how to do exquisitely line needle-work or plain sewing, to bake light, wholesome bread, or delicious pics or cakes? Did you ever know one who wos ashuuuid of her skill in pickling and pre.*?rving, or who was unvilling to admit that she could arrange a table, order a course dinner, and if need be, do the cooking herself? No, in-i*^""-deed, l>ut many a woman has spent years in trying to acquire the knowledge of she should have been mistress before sh'j was fairl.v in long drosses. The mother who fails to instruct har daughter in such branches defrauds her of wonmn's liest right, the right to a knowledge of how to make a honlb^. Perhaps only a home for herself, but, oh, how pretty and pleas -ant it can be if the tact, the skill, the grace of a trained hand and eye and taste are thert! to bring it into perfect symmetry. KOOTMALL LBAOLE. In Winnipeg local Junior football leagues have been organised and the _ clubs ploy one another jquite frequent 'ly. If the Ijethbridgo boys would or-The newly appointed school-master I ganize a league their enthusiasm for had learned all about cribbing and'/ootball would be-stimulated. This snch little dodges as "chool-bojs jg jj^ortont as a youthful interest in practise hnd has not forgoUen them. L,e,, ^^ly sport stays with one all One day, during u lesson in history , through life, ho observed one of his pupils take j - out his watch every minute or two. . rhe^^. 3 ^^^^y Wellington and He grew suspicious. jSoult who was at that time Mar- Finally he strode between the desks ,hall of the French army in Spain, and stopping in the aisle beside the; -on the first occasion when the boy, fittid, "Let roe see your watch." Duk,, ip^^ g^ult into Apsley House, "V6s, sir," was the meek reply. |the latjer was surprised at the ab-Tho master opened the front of the aonc^ of pictures he had known in He looked sheepish, when he Madrid. "How is it Monsieur lie read the single word "Sold. " Due" Jr. Bald "that you have so few But he *as a shrerwd man. He was |of the .Si>anish masterpieces?' Marf houliohold7lTairs"of'which,'not ^ bethrown off the scent so ghai, you forget,' replied the Duke 'easily. He opened the back of the 'that my army was only in Madrid for he case, read. ThetJ he was satisfied, "Sold Again!" ! LINING UP. It is-getting almost unbearable for my army after the one commanded by yourself.' " FLOWEIl COMPETITION. Meets In Oddfsilows; asH srery VriSat It' .M) O'clock. "vuitiBg kroaiioa srt vooloi St slwsfs welcome. C. V. Bennett, K.Q. E.V. J^ooUjTj^ 'BELLOW BRAKQH REBBKAM LODQE, KO. 2 Meets In OUdtcllows' Bsll o ery ssces4 fourth Thurstfsy. Vtoltors sl�S7S sraissais. lira J. Staftord. Annie DaTlaa M. a. Bsc. So^. Woman, can't you .see? Vou caught your husband with honey and you cannot hold him with vinegar. The outside of the house' is the only side which in truth, belongs to a henpeckc'dhusband. They take to the outside so speedily when there is uupli>asantness within. that any woman with only a little thought and observation may know what will conv> of trying to train a husband as .she would a fractious school boy. Whatever lie may be, for the home sake, she is obligtid to keep sweet Wehave seen women who apparently enjoyed scolding their husbamls in the presence of others, and we have seen mothers who indiscreetly punish their chiihrcn before visitors, i thus humiliating the dear wayward ones and making then* feel that their reputations w'^re so damaged that there was no use of trying to be good. But such women arc not the mistress es of those homes vhcre the house -hold mocliinery glides on with noiseless ease, without force or effect scorning to be re�� specimens. The dilterent boys should be allowed to go as soon | rooms are supplied with seeds which they Will plant and at midsummer a show wilt be held, each child will bring a plant and the priaes w.ll be as they are ready. And the girls be made to take off their things and put them on agalW five times over, before they are 'allowed to go. They have to get their hats Just so, and their hair. Just so. while we poor beggars have to wait until their vanity is satisfied. "Vanity! Vanity All is girl. I awarded for the best ones. Lastyear >i! did not have much success as it was the first yeat, but this year a !dt>et>er interest will 'be taken. Vanity!" especially the school , "Suy Mike whats a ventriloquist?" I Mike: He's a lad what stands on ..^mmm one side of the room and talks to himself from the other." TllEATME-N'T^OR THE EVES. "Vou told me your husband had line, largo eyes. I did not notice it." 'Wait a minute or .two till the milliner comes along with my new hat and the 'oill. Court SUr of Uthbrid|(e. No. 8091 A. o. F. Meets Ut sBrt Ir4 Mea> dsTS is eack month si  b. n.. In MdMiows Msii, aouB� St. vitmig krsth-ren ear4i�li; woIcumo. P>S. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. 1^ WM. TAYLOll, , Lethbridge WANTED! Apprentices & Improvers t FOB THE IS Iressmaking Department NOTICE. In tha matUr of tha aaUU of ElUa Farrar, laU of thaOity of Lath-bridge, in tha Froviaeaot Albar-ta. Uonchar, dacsasad. HON on THY MOTHER Time upon oa. T THB Hudson Bay Cc's STORES. The Best of Candy -ANB- Choicest Fruits 6 lbs. for 2Sc. NOTICE la baraby givaa that pur^ auant to tha ordar of tha Hoaerabla Chlaf Juatica . Sittoa of tha SupraoM Court of tha North Waat Iteritoriaa. dated at tha City of l4thbrid|^. la tha Provluca of Albarta. tha Hk day of lUrcb. 1907. all cradltora aad other pamona havtagi clalaM agaiaat the aaUta of tha abajva aaaad BIlia Farrar, dacaaaad, aiai oa or hafota tha IStlt day of O^fll. 1907. la. quirad to aand la tiMia aaataa aad addraaaaa with vartlaiilai* of tbair alaioM, tegathar wlttt  atatwaatof tha aaeuritlaa (U aar> kald by tbMa. verifying tha aaaai by BUtutory DaelarattoB. to the HBdafatgaad advocate for tha Adarialatrator. And iafca aoUaa that aftar Um aatd IStb of April. 1907; the Adnlala-trator will be at ilbarty to adnlala-tar (ha aaaate e( (ha aaid daeaaaad or any put (haiaor aaoag (bapar(> iaa eatitlad tkaia(o, bavtag ragard only |o (ha claiaM of which baaball tbaa have aotica. . Dated a( Lethbridge (bia tU day of March. 1907. WIIXIAM C. omMONa, Latbbridga. Alto. Advaaata for AJailaMraior Honor thj dear old mother, has scattered the snowy flakes her brow, plowed deed furrows har check, but is she not beautiful now? The tips are thin shrunk, but those are the lips that have kissed away many a hot tear from the childish cheeks, and they are the sweetest lips in the world. The eye is dim, yet it glows with soft radiance of holy love that can never fade. Oh, yes, yes she is dear old mother. The sonds of time are nearly run out, but feeble as she is, she will go further and reach down low er for you than any other on earth. You cannot walk into a midnight where she cannot see you; you cannot enter a prison where bars will keep her out. you can never mount a scaffold too high for her torcach and bless ,vou with her deathless love. We We We have an office in the Oliver Block. want you to call on us. want to meet you. XAF^ have paying proposi^6nst�^ show you. push nothing else. Garrett & Peterson Room 9, Oliver Block. �I Ifilii �.�:;''r:M TRY WM. OUV�R --FOR-- ^ EYcrytkinf required in the constnietion of a BttHdiagt * Lumber and Mhinit of Mill Work \ Do not aend all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. | . Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronising i ; Oliver'a Planing and Lumber Hills. ' Office, Yarda and Factory-Corner Round and Bompaa Straata ' Telephone 153 -  ^o�otootooo�oo�oo�� B E E r '� are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three>year-old ateers. Buy your beet now, while it ia in prime condition. P. Imperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone Ul. B � E r M0�O00�O0t����4��M4^�����OO�O��000�MM�^ l'.\SSISO NOTES. Some of the pupils waste a good deal of time, in passing notes. As it is getting on towai^d the midsuauncr cxaminotions, it is about time they stopped, and got to work. tOMK\K.VTlVE DFa'TH. "I sec that .\ustralia claims to Imve the dceiicst gold mine in the world." "Tis false. The deepest one is in the United States. It is so doepthat the money I threw inti it never made a sound when it hit the bottom." Ff.OK.\L COMPETITION. H'hcn we come to consider thcmany reasons why fiower-growing should be encouraged at school, wo wonder that it is not nutde a part of school work. We would like to suggest that if any flowers are planted this y�ar that sonusbody be appointed to look after them during the holidays. Liast year, sweet |>eas, etc., were planted, but after all the work in digging up and preparing the ground and the trouble the teachers took in watering them, etc., the plants were left to die, during the Midsummer holidays. SCHOOL COLOURS. The liitcrary Society has decided ta have blue and white for, its col -ora and the ribbon is to have a blue center and white borders. The blue is of a light shade different from the basket-bail team's colors. It is likely, however, that all the school clubs will take these colors as theirs. It was for the sake of uniformity. It was decided to get pins also but we have found nothing to suit us. A country mayor was seated at tha table between two young men, who began to make fun of him. "I see gantlemcn that you are making fun of me but I assure you that I am neither a fool nor an ass." ''Ah," said one of them, " per -haps you are lietwcen the two." 'J5xactly," aa*' the reply. SCHOOL ATTBNOANCK. The numlier of pupils in attendance at the public school is increasing rapidly. New scholars ai-e entering everj' day and some of the rooms are [��er}' crowded and it is talked of building a new school. There arc two plans, one to tear don^i the present building and to make use of the material in building a ncv one, having twelve rooms and an assembly hall, the other is to remodel the present school, adding a wing. In any case it is hoped by the pupils that a large gymnasium will be built in which the boys and girls can spend their recesses on stormy days. I A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF I HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN 1 TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. I ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS/HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. K Oppoiita '8 PboDC 98 ioaOreamon Order. K will Bo( aoa( a aaB( to try Cbaaiherlaia'a Kwaab aad Uvor Tablota. aad (bay aia aiaiUaat for troablM aad aaMUpaUaa. a lrr� When the world shall despise and forsake you, when it leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticed, the dear old mother vill gather you in her feeble old arms and carry you hoina and tell you of nil your virtues until you almost forgot that your (loul is disligurod by vice. Love her tenderly and cheer her riecliningyoars with Jioly devotion. IS YOUn HOMR COSY. There are many so called homes that do not deserve the name at all. Home mean comfort, but what -we have it f\xod up so elaborately that we must sit in the garret or theback I yard to genuinely enjoy ourselves, then it is high time we made a change ond turned out the too-good-touse articles and substitute for them real homely Uiings that we could enjoy every day of the ynar and every moment of the day. Men like pretty home-nukers, no mistake there. They can appreciate beauty as well as the next one, but they want that beauty to be of on oi|der that appeals to their comfort. 'Of what good are cushions so alabor- I'OOH WATER FLXTLnES, The taps and basins in the school arc in a very bad condition. The (taps will not run unless pushed hard es|m!cially the tap in the upper hall of the front part of the school. The basins are inky and the drain-pipe is , full of pa[>er and peelings. We would thank anyone who would clean it. A minister's son had been naughty and at dinner time he was ordered to a table set especially for him, as' a punishment. It was his turn to aay. the grace which was to be a verse of scripture. He said, "Thou proper-est me a la!rk. Our elders must have given up a good deal by the whole-souled way in which they have celebrated the close of the season of self-denial. ARUOUK SOCIETIES. Trees being very scarce in niany parts of the United States, Arbour Societies were forntod for the purpose of planting trees. To-day trees are numerous in all parts of the States. If our city would organise an Ar-[bour Society the city would soon develop to tte a very beautiful one. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LiqUOBS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Jnat drop into my new quarters and cou/iiice yonr-aelf that I am up-UMlate. � - The cleaneat and brighteat shop in Southein Alberta. *. � GEO. HOUK account of the Editor-in-Chief feeling up to the mark. Uoing last issue we hoped to have It Ijest. The pupils must have feeling seedy too, for vcr.v few tributinns came in. not the the been cecome editor of the "Her -aid", as much success in his now and trying vocation as he had as a teacher in this school. If he ever gets stuck for copy to keep the' mach iao going let him come to us for ve have lota of clippings and papers on which he could use the scissors and _ �� shall at all times bo most happy No. 4. [to assist him with our advice. Synopsis Of Canadian lUortli-Wcst HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. 4 MY �T IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL W. ff. HANDFOID HOUSE FOR SA6K. It roomed Ixiuse, used aa^ boarding house, thrui' lots udjolning.' Priea^ ; $3,600. $i,riOO cash. balaaiMjoB aaay . ^,'/ ]urms. Apply Bo;. >t.. ^C^iJjg^ i, .t 7/. <4- �j 'S' 0 il. � �'. ' � ;