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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ouaces to hit old friends and customers Hi has opened a Bansral Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east of the Cbi.rt House iiim-i -1 ,i� � Mil-� i ��mill ii � i i mii [TliilaBM " DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ofnce-Ott Work, Uonr�-11:00 to 12:00 noon; 3:00 to ^:00 p. �>.; 7 3 I to 8:30 p Telephono-Odeis nce 169 DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON tinea ever tflgtobotham's Drug Store Fit on* OOle* 125. House ^>4. Office hour*- 9 to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Rambling Reveries Br a Dsiamxb. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before ft a.m.. I-B p.m.. 7-8 p. tn. Sundays-2.80 to S.K) p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McCIII) PHYSICIAN, 8UROEON AOCOUOREB Office-Burdette St. Phone 68 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p:m Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone lit Dr�. McCluru & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D, Higinbothatn's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 u. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. THE SWKKTKST WORUS. "What are the sweetest words tlmi fall Upon the lis toning ear, Thnt conic like echoes from above The fainting soul to cheer? They stand for types of highest I>IIhs To erring mortals ghen; We find nil comfort, hope nnd peace In Mother, Homo and Jloaven. They shtfie like stars along the way Our faftering feet must go. Ami where the shadows darkest cling In lines of light they glow. 1 Like drops of healing balm they soothe Those hearts oppressed with enro; Who find life's burdens, day by day, A heavy load to bear. We heor them in the morning time, And In the moontide resit; We hear them when 'the glowing sun Hides down the crimson west. And when the tics that bind us here Hy death's stern hands are riven, Then may wo rlso on Faith's puro wings To Mother, Home and Heaven. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. raxing leasee of Dominion Lands j tKeble for agricultural purpoaaa ba secured in that portion of toe Province of Alberta, lying Sou* af the Kortharn boundary of Town-shlp 18 and in the Southwestern por-Mea of the Province of Saskatchv wa*. Laaaaa aball ba for a psriod not anoerdiag 21 yoara. aad no laoewsball cover a (racier area than 100,000 eras. Land* leased are not subject Sa homestead entry or aale, but tha Waioter of tha Interior may canoel a leas ahold, or any portion thereof ac/gtvia: the lessee two years' not -tea. The rental chargeable is two aeUa par acre per annum. A lease *aanot ba granted an applicant un-lass ha owns one h�ad of cattle or Ova head of sheep for every 00 acree applied for, and the lease* shall lo-areas* his stock so as to ba in possession at the end of three years of ana head of cattle or flv� head of sheep for every 20 acrea leased, and Shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eto. OFFICE,  - SOUTH A UD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HA Kit IS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Leaniy nnd accomplishments of otlttsr women. If you would have a pleasant homo nnd a cheerful wife, pass your weutngs under your own roof, lio not be stern nnd silent In your own house nnd remarkable for sociability elsewhere. i A GOOD IlAtClllTUR. There are other ministers of love more conspicuous than a good tlttitgh ler, but none in which a gentler, lovelier spirit dwells, and none to \hleh the heart's warm rexittitnlM more Joyfully respond. She Is the .-.toady light of her fnthcr's house. Her bleu is ludlssolubly connected with thnt of his happy fireside. Sho is the morning sun and ovonlttg stnr. The grace, vivacity nnd tenderness; of her sex have tho place in the mighty sway which she holds over his spirit. The lessons of recorded wisdom which he reads with her eyes comes to his mind with n new charm, as blended with tho beloved melody of her voice. He scarcely knows weariness which her song does* not make him forget, or gloom which is proof against tho young brightness of her smile. Sho is the pride and tho ornament of his hospitality and the gentle nurse of his sickness, nnd the constant ngent of those nnmelcss, numberless acts of kindness which one chiefly cares to have rendered bo cause they are unpretending but expressive nets of love. The W. C. T. U. Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. F. T. BREWER funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALPERTA the eheep-gr.ning la permitted on only  portion of tha tracts above refer-asd to. A map showing tha abeap "grating dietricta may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of tha Minister of Interior. N. B.-Unauthorised publication of Shis advertisement will not be paid sr. W. SHAW, Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modern translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORE funeral Direct -r and Embalmer tHTlce-Next to Presryterlan Church. Office Phone 102. Residence 138. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 1. 1.0.^OTs0.F. General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, yonr yards cleaned up, oellars dug, or any other teaming done, see us, or phone 66, ana your order will have our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. WM TAYLOR, Lethbridge WANTED! Apprentices & Improvers " for the Dressmaking Department 4t thb Hudson Bay Co.'s STORES. The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits Mreu In Oddfellow, renin* at '.*> o'clock, alwajn welcome. C. V. Bennett, K.Q. Hill crerjr Vtittf Vl�lilng bretorau in E.V. Dooley. Reu. see WILLOW BRANCH REBBKAM LODGE, NO. 2 Heel* In Oddfellows- Hall e ery cond aad fourth Thursday. Visitors al� �j� welcemr. lira J. Stafford. Annie Davlea N- O. Rec. sec. Woman, enn't you see? You caught your husband with honey and you cannot hold him with vinegar. The outside of tho house is the only side vhich in truth bolongs to a hen-peck-od husband. They take to tho outside so speedily when there is un -I Lasantness within, that any wo -man with only a little thought nnd observation mny know what will come of trying to train a huslmind os she would n fractious school boy whatever lie mny be, for the homo sake, she Is obliged tokeep sweet. We have seen women who apparently enjoyed scolding their husbands in j the presence of others, and wo havo seen mothers who Indiscreetly punish their children before visitors, thus humiliating the dear wayward ones and making them feel that their reputations were so damaged that there was no use in trying to be good, but such women are not the mistresses of those homes where the household machinery glides on with noiseless ense without force or effect seeming to bo required to move it along. They cannot create the sunny, cheerful firesides that men love lietter than all the world beside, ami the memory of whirh children tenderly cling to as long us life lasts. SUGGESTIONS FOR HUSBANDS. Do not Jest with your wifo upon n subject in which there is danger of uounding her feelings. llemcmlwr that she treasures every word you utter. Do not speak of some virtue in another man's wife to remind your own of n fuult. l>o not reproach your wifo with personal faults, for, if sho has sensibility, you inflict a wound difficult to hcnl. Do uottreat your wife to inattention when in company, it touches her pride, and she will not respect you more or love you lietter for it. Do not upbraid your wifo in tho presence of a third jierson; the sense of your disregard for her feelings will prevent her from acknowledging her fault. Do not entertalnyour wifo with praising the GO TO WOHK. Young man, go to work! There is no time to Idle now. Vou must carve out your own way If it is over successfully carved. You must seek your fortune through industry, per-sovctiuneo and pluck. Labor Is jhon-orable, nnd the Ignoble nre those who will not work. Get you a home. Fence a field and plow nnd plant it. and gather around you the comforts of home. And when you havo mixdo a cluiructer for industry nnd thrift, ask some ludy to share your home with you. Wo would soy to every young lady, mark these men who arc lounging around attempting to livo by their wits, or on tho Interest of tholr debts; and when they ask you to share the lot of an aimless life, pass them on, for you cannot afford to marry a man without prosperity, or business habits, unless you wish to sell yourself for a mess of pottage. Again we would reiterate, young man. go eo wor!-t while ten men watch for chances one man makes n chance; while ten men wait for something to turn up one turns something up; whilo ten men fail, one succeeds, nnd is called the, mun of luck, the 'favorite of fortune. Luck and fortune are the result of honest endoavor, work and toil, and if you would win, go to work! YOUR HOY. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8093 A. O. F. Meets Nt and Ird Mos. dura In each month ai ( &m,, In Oddf.-llowa Ball, ound St. Vlaltlng brethren cordltllr w.lcnroe. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. Dark Days Make No Difference W. W. BEDFORD Photographer The News-No Pure Drug Cough Laws would be needed, if all Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure is-and has boon for 20 years. The National law now requires that if any poisons enter Into a coogh mixture, it must be printed on the label or package. For this reason mothers, and othors, should insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. No poiaon-iaarks on Dr. Shoop's labels- and none In the medicine, else it roust by law be on the label. And it's not only sofa, but It la said to be by those that know It best, a truly re, markabla cough remedy. Take no chances, particularly with your chilf dran. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Compare carofulty the Dr. Snoop package with others and see. No poison marks thorel You canal ways be on the safe side by de. mending Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuse to accept any other. Sold by J. D. Illglnbotharo 4e Co. "Oh. where is my wandering boy to-night?" Tuke a look down the strn. Who nre those types of unmitigated public nuisances? "What!" you exclaim, "my boy there?" We do not say so. but since he is not home suppose you look and ascertain, and it is possible you nmy bo surprised. Somebody's boys are there and wo aBk,whither is the tendency and ultlmnto results of these night rambllogs nnd such doing! A few words will suffice as an unswer. They are in the training school of vico from which are graduated hoodlums, loafers, gamblers sneak thieves, burglars, and in fact all the crimes that curso society; and yot parents and guardians witi unthinkingly permit those whose future ueU-heimr is in their hands, to run night after night in unrebuked and unrestrained companionship with those whoso cxamplo and influence is continually in the direction of evil. To this laxity of home restraint, more than to all other causes, is duo the appalling Increase of crime throughout tho nation. No hoy ia safe who Is allowed access to the streots nt night. LADY CARLISLE ON T1U'13 TEMPERANCE REFORM. "In these days, when the conscience of the nntion in awakening to the stern fncl that on each one of tis lie* the awful responsibility of being 'our brother's keeper,' ninny nnd diverse nro the reforms which nre advocated for the purpose of bettering tho social conditions in which our "people live, ami for removing the stumbling blocks which encumber our way, as wo strive to press the whole community forward towards tho goal of righteous and perfect happiness. "Amongst the ovlls which drag our people down aro tho Ignorance which shuts out, the knowledge of tho ideal the grinding poverty which I makes thorn wearily callous of tho things of the spirit, nnd the slowly creep -Ing inroads of disease, which deaden all the faculties of nulnd nnd body. Now we know thnt Ignorance, poverty, nnd disease arc all bred nnd perjietuatcd by the national custom of drinking, which begets drunken ness; therefore reformers of all kinds acknowledge that we must put forth earnest efforts to grapple with' thin monstor-evil, but ns to tho bust method of grappling with It, there is at this moment an unfortunate dif feronce of opinion amongBt those who claim to bo all equally desirous of redeeming their country from this crushing curse. There are thoso who say 'Tho sale of strong drink will never cease to bo carried on in our midst'; wherefore let it be placed in the hands of the philanthropists, and these good men, those temperance reformers, will by means of wise regulations re-establish tho trado in alcohol on a 'decent nml resectable' basis, and will dissociate it from all that now makes its fatal attractiveness. On tho other hand, there are tho reformers who arc unshaken in their faith that when the (people got tho right to sweep away wholly this evil trado, which is n canker nt tho very henrt of tho State, they will use that right, and will protect their homes front the ravages of the drink system. Tho stalwarts tn tho temperance ranks betievo tha'. al  cohol will alvays be in its very essence a dread destroyer, the common use of which should be discountenanced, and that the salo of it under high patronage, in places where people gather together for recreation, w II produce drunkenness, ami consequent destitution, degradation, and distuise, however carefully the 'dls -intorcsied' directors may carry on their trnlllc in this dnngerous lititior. "Thcro must be no faltering now in our fight, no hulf-henrtednest* in our methods; wo must march steadfastly forward, filled with an ever-glowing confidence in our groat causa nnd holding fust to the faith that it will ultimately triumph, if only we preserve in our determination to con-luor." * Sample bottles of whiskey have >een distributed in New York City to children on their way to school. Their conduct aroused suspicion, and full investigation has been made und no repetition will follow, but igllancc must lie continual every -where; tho enemy tries every avenuo. I'revonties" will promptly chock a cold or the Orlppav whan taken early or at tho "sneeae" stage. Pre  venttcs cure seated colds aa well. Preventlcs are little candy cold cure tghleta, and I*. Shoop, Racine, Wis. will gladly mail you samples aad a book on Colds free, if you will write him. The samples prove their merit. Check early Colds with Preventlcs a as atop Pneumonia. Bold in 8c and 98* boxes by J. D. Htglehothare * Co. Apples 6 lbs. for 25c. * JEAN'S Oppo�ir�P. 0. 'Phone J� let Cream on Order. APPLICATIONS WANTED TREES. FOR The undorslgned will receive ap  plications up to April 30th from the cltUeiis who wish to plant trees and pledge themselves to take care of them. The City has a number of Ash and Blm ready for transplanting. HUGH SCOTT. aTatermastsr. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. AMY t*�n BumbercA aecllon o Dominion Lat.da in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and alberta, ticcpUnc; I and M, not reserved, may be feomesieaded by an/ peraos who la lot o'.e head of a family, or an; roaUotcr II years of age, le tbe cstant of oue- quarter section ol let acree. more orjeee. Bony nuetbe'flade personally at rue local land offce for the district la which tbe lend Ii Situate, Tbe haateetcBder le required 10 partem tbe condition conceded therewith uudap one ef ibe following plans, i I. �t least month*1 residence upon and �u!ilT4tt�a of ibe Und In eacb year for three years. 9, If tee rather (or �other, If tbe father Is deceased) of tbe borne-teader rtaldea upon a turns In tbe vlelnlty of the laud entered for tb* requlrcuenta aa to residence may be aliened by euch person I aiding wlib Ibe farter ut tioibei I. If tue settlor baabU'eroanentrt(Manet upon farmlug land owned by blm la tbe rleln-liy of ble homestead, tbe requirement* a* to r*kldenc� may be aaiUfled by residence upon tbeeald land. Sis moabe' notice in writing should be gIren le the Oommleeloner of Dominion Linda at 'Ottawa et intention to apply for patent-W. W. Ot>�T. PeputT ef the Minister of Ibe interior. GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT "Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippo with all its miserable eymp toius," says Mr. J. S. Egleaton of Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eyos and noae running with alternate spells of chills and fever. We began using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding tha same with a doubfo dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soon completely knock ed out tbe grip." Sold by All Druggists. Tho price of cream has been advaa ccd owing to a ahortnge in the supply. That sottles It. We must proceed to "Government Ownership." of cows.-Moyie, B. C. Leader. The Western Cannorios Co, intend building a factory in Calgary. Tho Fornio Police Commissioners havo issued orders prohibiting loot ing around tho post office. I consider, MINARD'S UN1MBNT the BEST liniment In use. I got my foot badly Jammed lately, I bathed it well with MINARD'S L1NTHENT, and it was as well ever next day. Yours vary truly, T. O. MalliriAJBII. This is Not Hot-Air Talk. It is Natural Gas We have business lots on Round and Redpath streets. We have residential lots on every street in the city. We can sell you an Empire Typewriter. We can guarantee yoiisatnlaction on any and ail transactions. Barnes * Coohe ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 Provincial Lumber & Manufac'g. fo. Ltd., Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Turnings, Shingle, Lath, Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. At a meeting of the Are, water and light committee of High River, they recommended thut the meter rate for all buildings be 18 cents per O.D.S. Kilowatt hour with a reduction of SO per cent for prompt payment made before tho 18th of the month. Meters to bo charged for extra at the rata of 38 emits per month. The minimum charges for all consumers to be 81.00 per month. The flat rate to be 00 centa per 10 candle power lamps per month, or 60 centa per S candle power lamps per manth up to midnight nnd 81.86 and 00 respect ively for all night service, reduction for cash a* above. The corporation to reserve the right to install meter at any time deemed advisable by thorn. nUCMATIBbT MAKES LITE MIS KKABLE. A happy boms is the most valuable, possasstoa that is within the reach ol mankind, but you cannot enjoy ita cooaforts If you are suffering from rheumatism. You throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you eaa be relieved from those rheumatla pains also' by applying Chamberlain's Palo Balm. One application will give you relief and rts continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure. For sals by All Druggists. The Glelehen newspaper ha� asaum od the name of the Glelehen Call. Chamberlain'e Salve is good for any dlosses- of the skin. It allays tho itching and burning- sensation instantly. For Bale by all Druggists. -~4>-^- MIMAJID'B LINIMENT FOR BALE BVfiBYWs�IUs. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required ia the construction of a Building, Lumber nnd nil kinds off Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Crunbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge ana a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumbar Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 *AittAf -"*��*'*-'*� ntt ft ft  it tttfrOMOtOOMOOlOOQM j B E E F VV/E are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. P. Bums & Co. Iinperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone ttt. B E E F ! <  A. EASTON 8c CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN | TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, I ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A * NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters nnd con vinos your, self that I am up-to-date. ' * The cleansst and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ;