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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta fiiE CANADIAN BA OF COMMERCE '.'�r.'iT.'aiw isS3�Sa>a r7.3.-.r^ a�Aa OFFICE. TOSOKTO ESTABLISUED ItST ^'r'Sim. lASD, OMWal Xaufcr �� niLAMD, SBp�Ti>t�Bd�iit of Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 tttfoocbost Canada, and in the United States and Bictaad A GENERAL BANKIKG BUSIXESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING ** r fMili^ afforded Vamers for their bftakSaf bMiaO-. Sales Notes cashed or taken for eelloction ^BANKING BY MAIL.-Deposits may be made or Withdrawn hf auuL Out-of-town accounta receive ever>-attention CALGARY CLARESHOLM EDMONTON IIICII RIVER INNMSFAIL BRANCHES HI AJLBXRTA LEAVINGS NAUrrON STAVILV LETHBRIOGB riMCHER CREEK STRATUCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VEGREVILLB MEDICINE HAT fttn DEER VERMILION _ WETASKIWIV LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSE. MAMAGBR Bank of Montrea ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid ap...................$I4.IM.IM RtMrvcdFaad...................... lt,ON.Nt Baiaacc Profit and Lou.............. M,m Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: taST BOW. LOBO STSATHCOITA AMD MOVHT BOTAL, O. VICE-PRESIDENT: BOM. MB SBOBOI A. DBOMMOMn. K. 0. M. O. C M. 0. B. a. OLOUSTOB, oianAi, rAN^on Brancnes and Agencies at aU tit* principal pointa In Canada Alao in London, England, Naw York, Chicago, Spokane and Newtoundland Travallars' Circular Letters of Cradlt and Commercial Credita issued for use in all parts of the world. COLtECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafia sold ayallAble At all pointt In United Statea, Earopa (and Canada lnt�r�at allowed on dopoaita at curront ratas r. sccvE Lethbridge Branch - f he W. C. T. U. The position of wonwn in any coiii-miihily is criterion of its civiliwi -ticn. In iMgan antiquity wonMin was for the most part u toy or a slave. Tho same is still iruo of woinan in honthcti IflnJs. It is 'the nol>lost chnr actcristic ot our holy religion that it j has raised wnninn from the inctTnble i n WANTED. A young lady wants a furni.sh�l room in private hon�, with or wiith-out board. Apply Box R, Herald Office. 1-8-15 The man who hunts for a job usually lands ({Uicker than the man who seeks a situation. A lot of men have changed , their �idens about life when their fii-st born Was laid in their arms. slough In which she was sunk, that it has clothed her with Christian virtues and shrintMl her amid the S!�mclitlc� of a Christian home. In all chilized lands woman is toilay the true regent of .society-n)ouliliiif? its character, restraining its evils, inspiring Its not>icst ideals. For sixi\' years a woman's hand wickieii tho mishtieat soeptro of earth, a woiiiinn.s brain mastered the intricacies of imperial statccmft, a woman's heart spoke messages of peace to the nations. Woutan's nilghtlest influence is not in the forum or the field, but in tlio .sttcrod precincts of home. Tiie iuolher of the Wcsleys was the founder of Methodism, Monica, the mother of Augustine, and Helena, tho niothor of Constantine, raoul|ded the thought and character of those great leaiioi's of mankind. Consecrated woman of the Christian churches inaugurated the systematic study of missions and their problems, and the insistent pi-n\er and effort for their solution tluvt in large degree have crootod the pivs-ent unlvorsal missionary activities and succ�s9. The Woman's Christ -ian T>emp(srance Union, that Dehor -rah in our Israel, has been the in-spirtr and leader of world-wide toni-peranoo refornir-sending its mission -aries to well nigh eiiery land tea riling temperance hygiene in well nigh every school, and shaping publiu opinion on this great subject In well nigh avery community. And w�ll may wonvan become the prophetess of this great movement.' No one has sullened so much from the evils of intemperance as has .�he. Its sword has pierced her very soul. Her home temple ha.s been tlefilcd by ita impurity, her home palace shattered by(�ts crimes. She has seen tho lord of her life by this worse than Circe's spell transformed to the likeneas of a beast; iter ch Idrpn, tlie Idola ot her soul, despoiled of their beauty and draggetl do\nn to hell by its nialig(unt spell. Thank God, that Christian womtin are banding together to remove the universal temvtat-ion.s that ewrywherte assail tho.sc whom the.v love; to lift up the fallen on life's t>attlefleld; to i^scive the victim of strong enw, the sale of strong drink in Canada ha.s increased ono-hiilf. The crinics \Vhlch flow therefrom have increased in like proportion. 'lAhi.s increase Is in large part duo to the influx of immigranls from laiKis licyond the soa. where the drink evil has long had sway. It is dragging down Canada from its l;l.ico among tho nations as the mo..;t sober and law-abiding country in the world. Wo are face to face with nwnaco to our Christion civiliza - tion. What avails incivase in wealth if n!en ticcay? Canada's lic.st asset is tho high moral charartor of its |H!oplc. Its Kupix'nio iluty is to muin-trtin nml a'ed, Cnivs more for i-ost than worUlly gain, .\ml patronage but gives him pain. Tivad lightly, friends; lot no rude sound Diwturb hia solitmle profounil; Hoix! let hiuiiroKt in culm repose, Unsought except by n�>n be owes. And wlien he dies go plant him deep TlMjt nought may break his dream - less sleep, Wltere no rud� clamor may dispf;! The fiuiet that he loved ao well And thoit tita world may know its loss Place on his grave a wreath of nvosa And on the stone aJwre, "Here lies .\ man vho did not advertise." When a woman is in trouble she crios; when n man is in trouble he gets drunk; Results are al>out both tho same-both ha.ve headache in the nuimins-. If John Dollar Rockefeller has l3een evading a subpoena, the con -clu.siou is that t^iere was no con -duct money with it. MINARD'S LINIMENT DIPHTHERIA. CURES 5,000 acroB good land 20 miles cast of Warner station and on proposed railway, 97.25 per jj^ acre, $3.00 cash, en bloc. J Two half aectiona 20 milea south of Grassey Lalie, $8.00 per acre, easy teroit. 320 acres 2 milea north of New Dayton, $11.00 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 8 miles north east of Stirling, $9 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 1) miles from Stirling, all fenced and G2 acres in fall wheat, $15 a acie, gcod terms We show our lands free of charge Alberta Realty Co w ITH one ribbon and its new three-color device Tim Nov Tri-ChioTne 5niili Anender Typewriter is virtually three typewriters in one. It produces indelible black, purple copying or red typewriting at the will of the operator. One ribbon and a small, easily operated lever do it all. Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 8 South Lincoln St, Spokane, Waali. This machine permits not only the ute of a three-color ribbon, but also of a two-colororsionle color ribbon. No eitra com (or this 1906 model. -THE- WE KRE HEMDQUMRTERS FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUR 1-IST Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land nekr railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. 4 HMTCH St GOONS OLIVER BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE 14 ;