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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta announces to hit old friends and customer! ht hat op�nld a OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ofnca-Ott Block. Hoart-11:00 to l�:0fi noon; .1:00 to *:M> , p. i". (7tOO to Situ p. �. Telephone-Otsee M. R��t�Jr*n� 10!! General : Business On Baronet* Road, eaat ol the Coin House Give Htrrr|a Call. DR. C. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD 8UROEON uflee ore* Bta^rtothaaVs Drug Stor* Phone OeBee 191. House 94. Office heure-9 to 11 a.m.. 1.80 to 4.M p.m., 7 to 8 p.a. X Rambling Reveries By a Dbeamek. sen otoly rjliilil'oldored 'thai no head can rest on thorn? What sense Is there In easy choirs of such rich Material that, they are quitu the reverse of tho j name given them? In there any not- ' Infliction in a room, the furnishings of which cost hundreds of dollars, whnn It it. only open to rare Inter  nntixiE. The first anniversary of tAithbrltlge an a clt ywtll be celebrated on May Oth. A full holiday will be given nnd a good programme Ih already out -lined. In the morning the school children, cadets and tho Fire llrigade will Join In a grand parade. In the have an office in the Oliver Block. Dr. F. H. Mrwburn Office-Redpeth St. cor. Burdeit Hours-Before 9 a.m., 1-8 p.a., 7-8 p. m. Bundays-8.90 to 8.10 p. m. Telephone 41. V. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.CM. (McGIII) physician, svbqiom aocovghbb Offioe-Burdette St. Phone 58 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-8,7-8 p.m A. W. Mbvittie Dominion Land Surveyor (Will devote his entire time during summer to laying out new rnsites. Contract pi toot on application. "Office at the Coaltlule Hotel, Lethbridge. Drt. DeVcber & CampbeH Physicians and Burgeons 'The Uenuly of the house is order; The Mossing of the house is contentment; The Glory of the house Is Hospitality; The Crown of the house Is Godliness." Tho bar of the saloon, the bar of the court, and tho bars of the Jail are very closely rotated, Don't Judge a man by his clothes. Ood made one and tho tailor made the other. Don't Judge a man by his family, for Cain belonged to a good family. Uon't Judge a man by his failure in life, tor many a man fails because he is too honest to succeed. Don't fudge a man by the house he lives In, for the lizard and the rut often inhabit the grander structure. When a man dies they who survive him ask what property there is loft behind, the ungol who bonds over the dying man asks what good deeds he has sent l>cforc hint. vols, when tho owner, perhaps, Bits!"'" by the kitchen Arc or In some dingy ft"*0T tho .TV , uT" ""i sitting-room, where he can put his J1"* Jvl" c"""l9t ,of, footbtt� feet on the fonder if he wants to, can l'T,0^. 'Wat,;hCS T?T the lo,cal smoke, and a. a great indulgence. ,"d vl" ln* team�' 1,1 ^evening .... . u . . . . - there will be a display of fireworks tilt back his chair? , . ,,, . , ... . . ... ., . . .. and the day will close w th  ban. Let the sunshine Into tho gloomy i . , ' , , ., i ,.,.u ., ... ,_ , iquet and the organisation of a twon- rooms, have a couch to lie on, a i/ .� . i � i _ ity-five thousand club. The Trades piano to play on; In fact, a home to I " . __,. , , . , _ . , t  i v~ A Labor Council, Board of Trade and live In; one wherein a sense of hos  1 , , ' , ... , . . _ some local sporting societies are al- pltalily and good cheer exudes from i " the very tables and choir*, instead of '� inmeu' a mausoleum of gloomy radiance, wherein every thing Is tor show and nothing to be used. Oflices-Ott block. 'Phone 148. I)rs. McClun* At Stewart BUBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbothatn's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. THE AUDITORIUM Official Organ of Standard IV. Literary Society. Clarence Sherlock, Editor. ! Perhaps some one of tho school children that attend this celebration iwlll some day occupy the mayorship 'of this city. 1 A pupil in the physics class was !asked ''What is air composed of, I "carbolic acid," he answered. FOOT-HALL LEAGUE. Synopsis or the Grtiini Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. CratiBg leases of Dominion Lands unsuitable for agricultural purposes sa*y ha secured in that portion of tho Proy}ac4_Qf. Alberta^lying BouUt of/to* Northern boundary of Township 98 and in the Southwestern por-tfea of tho Province of Saskatchewan. Leases shall be for a period not. aacoed log 21 years, and no letveeshall aovsr a greater area than 100.000 area. Lauds leased are not subject So' homestead entry or sale, but th* Minister of th* Interior may cancel loaaehold, or any portion thuroof not  two ecete par, acre per annum. A laaaa jaanot ha granted an applicant un- could nrrungo n table. I order i\ coiii'hc dinner, and if need | be, do tho cooking herself? No, indeed, but many u woman has spent 'years in trying to acquire the know-I | ledge of household nlTalrs nf which, she shouid have teen mistress before jsho was fairly in long dresses. The j mother who fulls to instruct hot daughter in such branches defrauds | her of woman's best right, tho right _ . . . , . VT . , ... to u knowledge of how to make n Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public ho|^ ,,nplm|Mi oM|y ft ,jomo fo|. hm.. ____ self, but, oh. how pretty and pleas- ant It can l.e If the tact, tho skill, the grace of u trained hand and eye nnd taste are their to bring it into perfect symmetry. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eto. OFFICE,   south A BD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS In Winnipeg local junior football ------------------------------- leagues huvc been organised and the Vol. 1. Friday, March 3B. No. 4. j clubs piny one another .quite frequent ---- , ^ I( lhc i^jjjjj.jjg,, ,J0Vf) wou|' Rttld' raa ."co your watch. "Yds, sir," was tho meek roply | The master o|>cned the front of thc case. He looked sheepish, when he read the slnglo word "Sold." | llut he was a shrewd man. He wus not to be bothrown off thc scent so 'easily. Tie opened tho back of the 'case. Then he was satisfied, for he read, "Sold Again!" I LINING liP. FLOW Kit COMPKTITIOX. To increase the school children's in- B�rtvlni,lta1ej^SB*o}lfS?p years' i las. ThS  Yantoal chargeable la Office- Oliver Block, up-statra. F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmar It is gettiitg almost unbearable for , the boys to wait about five minutes �owcrs the school board tHl the girls have put on thclrwrops ��� awarded some beautiful prlws every time we ore dismissed. The;for lh" heat specimens. Tho different boys should be allowed to go as soon j rooms ore supplied with seeds which as they are ready. And the girls bo'they will plant and at midsummer a We W@ want you to call on ua. yfif^ want to meet you. have paying propositions to show you. \y g push nothing else. Garrett & Peterson Room 5, Oliver Block, TRY WM. OLIVER FOR- Everythinf required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. fHelp to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronising Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Coiner Round and Bom pas Streets Telephone 153 eeoeei LETHBRIDOE. ALBERTA 8hoep-gr�tBing la permitted on only a portion of the tracts above refer-sod to. A map showing tho sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Daputy of the*W>i?ftjr of Interior. JS. O.-L'nauLh^jfrW^p^blioatlon of 4his advertisement wnl not lie paid for. W. SHAW. Painter 4 Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modem translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORE Punaral Direct >r and Embalmor Office-Next to Prsatytarlaa Church. Office Phone 103. HoaldMos IBS. Lethbridge, Lodge So, 9. I.O./aOCN0.F. General Meets In Oddfellows'. Hill cvenlnc si i.so o'clock. *"-"� sIwsts wrlcoiae. C. V. Bennett, K.O. crer* Frtasf Vlsiuof breMiea an E.V. Dooloy, �a�.SM WILLOW BRANCH REBBKAM LODGE, NO. a Meets In Ortdfellow*' Hall e *r* aaceDi aa4^^444^ t�44^��#�t����e���000 I see that Australia claims to ha\e the dcelH-st gold mine in the world." "Tis false. Tho deepest one Is in the United States. It is so dcopthnt thc money I threw inti it never made a sound when It hit the bottom." SCHOOL COLOURS. The Literary Society has decided la have blue and white for its col  ors and the ribbon is to have a blue center and while borders. Thc 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 wo have found nothing to suit us. 1 A country mayor was seated at i the table between two young men, in ho began to make tun of him. "I seo gentlemen that you are making fun of ma but I assure you that I am neither a fool nor an ass." "Ah," said one of them, " per  haps you nre lartweon tho two." 'Exoctl.x," wo� the reply. t0��s>�#�s>s>s>� A. EASTON & CO. I MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HQRSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. * When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleuued up, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, see us, otf.^lione 60, and yeur order will1 uarw our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge -1_anm_ Court Star of Lethbridge. No. 8091 A. o. F. Meets Ut end SrC Mea. d�y� la each mom* a, I 6m., In ril, 1907. required to sand la thai* names and addresses with particulars of their claims, together with a otatoawnt of tho securities (if any) held by them, verlfyiuff the ease* by Statutory Declaration, to the underaifmod advocate for tha Adaeiaiatrator. And take no tie* thai after the said 15th of April, 1007, the Administrator will bs at liberty to adsolale-ter tho aaseta of the said ilacsassd or any part thereof assoaf the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to ths clause of which he shall then have notice. , Dated at Lethbridge this Ith day of March, 1907. WILLIAM C, 8IMMON8, Lethbridge, Alt*. Advocate for Adaelaattretor FLOKAL COMPETITION. When we come to consider thenutuy reasons why flower-growing should bo encouraged at school, we wonder that it is not niudc a part of school work. Wo would like to suggest that if any flowers are planted this yeur that somot'ody lie. appointed to look after ihmu during the holidays. ljist year, sweet fiens, etc., were planted, but after all the work in digging up and preparing the ground and the trouble the teachers took in watering them, otc, iho plants wero left to die, during tho Midsummer will go farther nnd reach down low i noji,|nyS or for you than any other on earth.;. You cannot walk into a midnight ' where she cannot see you; you can-  not enter n prison where bars will ' keep her out. you can never mount n scallold too high for her torench nnd bloss you with her deathless love. |When the world shall despise and ! forsake you. wlton it leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticed, the dear old mother will guthor you in her feeble old arms and carry you honw and tell you of all your virtues until you almost forgot that your Soul in (lisllgured by vice. Love her tenderly nnd cheer her docliningyearK with holy devotion. POOH WATEn FIXTlllES. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. I i The number nf pupils in attendance at tho public school is increasing rapidly. New scholars are entering ievery day and some of the rooms are ivory crowded and it is talked of building a new school. There arc two plans, onc to tear down the present building and to make use of the material in building n new one, having twelve rooms and an assembly hall, tho other is to remodel tho present school, uddlng a wing. In anj* case it is hoped by tho pupils that a large gymnasium will be built in which tho boys and girls can spend their recesses on stormy days. KEEPING LENT. IS VOL" 11 HOME COSY. N*S Phone 98 Ice Cream on Order. It wiil aot ooat a cent to try Chamberlain's St nana ih and Liter Tablets, and they are asasUeet for ataaaash troubles and essatlgaUea, Set a fir* eat ear dteg store There are many so called homes that do not dusarvo tho numo at all. Home menu comfort, but what wo havo it fixed up so elaborately that we must sit in tho garret or thehach yard to gon.uln.oly enjoy oursnlvos, thon it. Is high time we ma do a chungo and turned out the too-goori-to use articles and substitute for them ronl homely things that we could enjoy ovory duy of the year and every moment of the day. Men like pretty home-makers, no mistake there. They can approcinto beauty as well as tho noxt one, but they want thut beauty to be of an order that appeals to their comfort, fof what good are cushions so elabor- Thr, tups and basins in the school are in a vory bad condition. The taps will not run unless pushed hard especially the tap iu the upper hall of tho front part of tho school. The basins are Inky and tho drain-pipe is full of paper nnd peelings. Wo would thank anyone who would clean it. A minister's son had boon naughty and at dinner time ho was ordered to a table set especially for him, as a punishment. It was his turn to way the grace which was -to be a verso of scripture. He said, "Thou prepares t mo a table in the presence of mine enemies. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND + Just drop into my new quarters and con/ince your-self that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop iu Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK wmsm Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. This Issue of the Auditorium. we nre sorry to say. is rathor short on account of tho Kditor-in-Chlof not fooling up to tho mark. Doing tho j last issue wo hopod to have it tho I best. Tim pupils must have been (fooling soody too, for very few contributions come in. THE (8LEANEK. Published by tho TOgh School Literary Society. Ueorgo Italoy. Editor. Vol. 2. Friday. March 80. No. 4. For the past month many havo been keeping Lent. I do not know how much each gave up but I pre -sume every one gave up something, I even if were only their homework Our ciders must have given up a good deal by the whole-souled way in which thoy huve celebrated tho close |of tho season of self-denial. j AIUIOUIl SOCIETIES. I Trees being vory scarce in many parts of the I'nited States, Arbour Societies were formed for the purpose of planting trees. To-day trees are numerous in all parts of tho States. If our city would organize an Arbour Society tho city would soon develop to be a very beautiful one. D REGULATIONS. ' ered ncctton o Doinlnlot Doinlnlol StHlialchcwan tnd We wish our brother editor, Mr. O.D. Austin, who has lato.y resigned his position on the teaching staff hore to bocomo editor of the "Herald", as much success in his new and trying vocation as ho had as a teacher in this school. If he ever ,gots stuck for copy to keep tho much | ine going lot him come to us for vo havo lots of clippings and papers on and NY ��eu numbered eectton ilche Albert! eice|iltng I int JU. uol reteired he somesteaded by iny i>er�on wbu Ik the �o e betd of a farnllj, or ��r male over ID yearn of age, la ibe extom of ooe quarter acciluu or 100 acre*, more or leat Bn'ry mum be made person a11.r at Ibe local laud off ce for ibe dtalrtci In which ttic land U altviaie Tbe o'lmestrader I* required to peifurm ibe ccndlt ooe concected therewith under oue of ibe following plana I, Alleael monlba' realdcnce upon and cuUleaUao of the laud Id each year for three years. 3. If tha father for rr other, If tbe father la deceaaed) of tbe bomo-teader reside* upou a farm In tbe vicinity of the laud entered for tbe reaulreucnte aa to residence mar be eaiiaflea by aucb peranu ic.lillug wltb tbe - r> other. |. If the ettler baa hi* r errcattenl r. aldeuc upon farmluf laud owned by him In the vlctu tly of bis boiueatead. the rti(tUlrorr.eiiU a* " reatdence mnv be aatladcd by re.lucucc upon tbe *atd land Sis inonbe' notice Iu wrl'InR ahould be give tu the Commissioner of Dominion Laud* Ottawa of Intention to apply fur patent. W. W. OOBV. DepttlT of tbe MtntHterof the Interior father or at the Photo Habit --IT'S A aOOD ONE- BUT UET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL RUSH W. W. HAND FORD ever spoke to Balaam'.' queried a man who prilled himself on his superiority to tho old. beliefs which he could use tho scissors ----- � shall at all times be mosi happy!to whom tho question was put to assist him with our sdvico. THE ANNIVEItSARY OF LKTH- "Do you really believe that an as* Coleridge ro- I plied, "My friend. 1 have no doubt iwhatever about it. I have been 'spoken to iu thc some way myself-" i HDi;SE FOlt 8A11E. 1-1 roomed .house', used as boarding house, litre l"ts adjoining. Price 83,600. SI,sou cash, balance on easy terms. Apply llux U-. Herald Oi|�s, ;