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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 115 1 I mi: i E. AiflHIS announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Lunilier Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi;Tt House DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlre-Ott Block. Hour*-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 to A:00 p. m.; 7:3) to 8:30 p. m. Tt^lrphon*-Offlcv 68. Hwictence 132 . DR. G. G. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SURaSON OfMM ever Hig'inbothani's Drug Stor^ f%oae Office 125. House 94. Office hours-9 to 11 a.nx., 1.30 tf^ 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Take a Chance; Lose Every Time Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-Redpath St. cor. Buidett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.in., 7-8 p. III. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. lu. Telephone 41. Give Him a Call. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGilD physician, surgeon aococcheu Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m A. W. McVittie Dominion Laud Snrveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to flaying ont new townsites. Cotlitact piioe* on application. a^'Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbrid^e. Synopsis of the Giizing Regub' tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing leases of Dominion Lands Unsuitable (or kgricuHural purposes ' nay b� secured in that portion of Mte Province of Alberta, lying Soutb of the Northern boundary of Township 28 and in the Sottth��stern por-tioB of the Province of Sttskatcb-wan. Leases shall be for s period noi xoeeding 21 years, and no leaseshall cover a greater ai�a than lOO.OOa acres. Lands leased are not subjeot to. homestead entry or sale, but the Mini*t�r of the Interior may cancel n leasehold, or any portion thereof bygivini; the lessee two years' not -ice. The rental chargeable is two  aeat*. pen acre per annum. A lease "annot be granted an applicant un-Ims he .owns one head p(. cattle or ilve head of sheep for every 60 acres ipplied for, and the lessee shall in-CMase his stock so as to be in pos-�SBsion at the end of three years of one head of pattle or five bead of �iieep for every 20 acres leased, and �hall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. - Sheep-gmsJng is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map ahowinjr the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W.W. CORY. Deputy of the Slinistar of Interior. N. B.-Unauthorised'luiblieation of (his advertisement will not he paid for. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McClure & Stewart 8UBGEON dentists c>fficft-J. D. Higinbotham'a new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Ckialdale, Boom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. office,  - southard block IConey to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge F.T. BREWER r�u>sral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALPERTA Fresh Strawberries Cherries, Phieapples BANANAS, ORANGES. LEMONS, ETC. MISS WINNIFRED HILL TEACHER OF MUSIC AND DANCING, Will open Dancing Classes* for Children and Adults, Watch for further announcement. Music furnished for dances and receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. ICE CREAM. ICE CREAM SODAS AND SUNDAES AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Keep your money at home by us-inp "'Our Best Flour" It has no equfil. Manufactured by ellison milling & elevator co. LethbridHD, Ray mond, Itugratli. We Have everything suitable in the way of New Suit Patterns, In material and make we are leaders, and can assure you of best values in every respect. We rather pride ourselves upon the fit we can give you, and the fit is the greatest thing in a Snit or Overcoat. If you will but favor us with one order you'll find you are favoring yourself afterwards. Crown Tailoring Co., Limited "^Tati!!e. E. W. KINGSTON B. C. MOORE ruDwal Director and Embalmer They won; thrco tlnininwrs, and had mot in a fcrtniu town. s�ys the Toronto Star. After � hard ing that cl^ss of goods for Nnle. The proprietor 4lido't have to buy any cignrs for thein; lie was n dandy with the dice. At � loc�vl pool-room there was a siniple-looklng little affair. You drop a little marl>le in the top, and if it rolls into a white sptce you gut a eignr, or it into a. red space yoii buy one. Somehow that marble never %oH into n. white space. They couldn't tell why, but they bad to buy every time. After returning to the hotel they sat and chatiteut businws in goneral till tlie cigar traveller suddenly said: "How many chances dig goods" house in Chicago. Beginning at the front pngo the landlord showed the astonished drum mors cuts and descriptions of every kind of a gnnie of chance they had ever heard of. and a great manythey hadn't. In every ca.so the catalogue claimed the firm coukl furnish apparatus so that the owner or operator could win every time, and the chap who "took a chance" hud no chance at all. They weixj all, sure to lose every time the operator didn't want to lose. From dice loadod .90 that the fellow who was wise could throw whatever he wanted, cards marked so you could tell what your opponent hold, to the elaborate roulette machine, all were fi.xed so nicely that the greatest expert couldn't ilotect the fraud. Tho firm appeals for customi in this line of goods in Canada and the United Status. Thoy say they have a long business e.xpcriencc, and no other Arm can make the class of dis -honest goods as true as they do. They say tlw "goods" are ma old coun -�liy. Awl now Mv. Hordc� is about 10 niak-e thr- tour of tho 1>omi'nion to stir up the! minds of (ho opposition, rv'Vivu tlwir Iioikvs iukI incix?a.�te their fflilh so fiir as may he done. When that tiiiio arrives tho opposition k>n>l or ingy Ik- o-\pecti�l to bo an only loss conspicuous Iiituinary in the political sky for th time than thf proinior iiini.'4;'lf� And wo think itwili be for the country's good thus to have had its Icmdors conspicuously in the public cj"c for a time. As public inon go those tw >. Lnir-ier ntKl BordetJ. arc of our best, hon-oratile. clean nnd patriotic. In tlio.s.? evil |)olitical days it is well that tha country and the Inn political iwrtios can still retain confidence in the mo>-al integrity of the two leaders. They are better than sonw of their respective lieutenants and afford a worthy example to the groal majority of their loUowers ami supporters, wheth er in parlinnu^nt or tlio olectomte at large. Hut it may 'bo �vll to remind the parties and tho rmintry that it is not enough that the loaders shall l>e men of probity ainl honor. The supreme virtue of tlu> mikado m�y, to his sitbjects. suflifiontly account for tlic greatest \ictorics of modern times. Tho people of Canada have other views. M'o tine more or less di.spo.'xyl to hold the vory upright und lK)iiorabl ful in the future as to the character and conduct of their lieutenants. Tk Enfiisli sad French Ciiestariwld Overcoats for Spriif. Coal Company's Generous Offer. shoes." OfllBS Next to Prestyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence 136. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. l.O./aD^NO.F. MeetH In OOdfellowH' Hall evert Frldar cvetilUK at 8.UU o'cluck. VlHltlnx brelbreii,are �IwarN welcume. C. V. Bennett, E.V. Dooley, .S.G. Rec.Sec Rini� up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE If .lohn D. Ttockefollor docs go to ,)ail thoy won't have to bother cutting his hair. ' ;A Brooklyn cigarette smoker is 102 ybar^ of age. It is simply .imposs - "WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meet! In Oddtellown' Ball e ery second and fourtb Tburaday. Vlaltora always welcome. ICm^J. Stafford, Annie Davies M. O. Bee. sec. Court Star of Uthbrid^e. No. 8095 A. o. F. Meeia lit and 3rd Mon days tn eacb month ai � p. m., In Oddfi*llowa Ball. Hound St. Vlsltlnf brctb ren cordially wtleome. thos. heaton, c. r. a. m. ritchie. sec. The Trades and l.aljoi- Cnuncil naked tho Board of Jlducjitio i to allow the school cliiklrcn to parade on tubor Day. The School Boaixl point od otrt tlMit ns tho day was a holiday thoy lu-wl no jurisdiction over tho chiklren on that day. A man nainoti Ithodehavor hns b�on arrested in Blockfalds on tlie charge of forging tlvn namo of Henry Hoin-holt of ilcd Doer. He 'passod off s�v-|eral .cheques.-. ", NOT IN LETKBRIIKiE. 'Now, children," said the teacher, us she distributed the flower.-aeeds among the Ifttlp ones, 'I want you to plant these in spots, and when they ibegin to grow don't fall to tell -no. X will give a prize to'thie- one! who re|x>rts first.' At flvo o'clock one morning, a few few weeks later, tho faimly , with whom tlie teacher boarded was arous odby a loud ringing at the doorbell. The m�w of the house went to the door. '*Vho'� there'.'" ho asked. '"Toanny Tucker,' 'What do you want'.'" 'I want to see Miss AUair.' 'Whoit's tho matter? What do you want of her?' 'I want to tell her something.' 'Won^ it ko(!p till daylight? C5an"t 1 tell her myself?" 'No. It's tiomothing she wawtod to know just as soon as it liapiioned, and poljody cli*o can do it.' Tomimy was admitted and shown into the partoc. Miss Adair wa,s awakened and infonnod that a boy wanted to see her 'on business that allowcKl of no tielny. Why, Toimny!' she said. "What brings you^iere so early? IVImt has happened?" "T3�chor, Mine's grovvcd." Regina, Aug. ].'�.-The departmient of ogricultuiv ihos issued a statement sotting forth arrangements made by tho government with mane owners with a view to inducing dealers and houscholdei-s to stock up with fuel for tho comiing winter. Some time ago the Alberta .Railway & Irrigajtion Co., which .sdls Gait coal nwt�Ml at Lathbridgo, offered to supply coftl to agents, t-hc 'freight prepaid, an^l wait till December for payment. The commissioner 'of agriculture has .since received replies from a numfber of other large coal companies, who express w-iUing-ness to make practically the same or even more IMicral terms. This arrangement, i-t must he confessed, adds the govcrniiifent, is in tho nature of i,n etw:ouragcment of the credit system, which already has been tho bane of the West, but peculiar conditions existing this year amply justify such steps, it is held, taken on behalf of the people to obtain concessions from several coal companies operating in tbo provin - C8S. > The severe experience of Western people during last winter asbaiblished the fact that the only reliable safeguard against a probable fuel shortage in the Prairie country is thait people should lay in their winter fuel supply during the summer and a��t -umn months. Tlie situation at present is such that if railway companies supply the required rolling stock which, they have promised to do, every f�cilit.\' will be afforded the people of. Saskatchewan to purchasethcir winter's supply of fuel. ^ Wonclrous Kave been the changes wrought by Semi-reaJy tailoring in the art ol men's dress. Q Qothes are maie (torn the �nest fabrics, and brought to the trying-on stage, where they can be iinished to measure in a iew hours. 4 .The Physique Type System oi Cutting and Designiog makes it possible to fit every figure o{ man perfectly-whether he he tall and slim, or short tad stout, ior of any other of the distinct types. ^ No roan can doubt the iitting quality of the system wheo ooce he sees it and gives it a moment's thought, while every man can forejudge the suitability o( the fabric to his own individual taste and expression. Semi-ready Chester�eld Overcoats, all silk-faced, $25.00. Semi-ready Suits, for business wear and social functions, as higi. us and as low^as 918. The " Signet of Surety " and price plainly sewn on inside pocket of every Semi-ready coat. emi-rea ay Tailoring^ A. SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge FERNIK'S NEW CHIEF. Tito Fternie Pol,ioe Comtniissioncrs have engageth. The Mayor has the sentiment of tho ton-n behind his order. A BELIEVKR IS I'lUNCIPLE. Some pcoplp love quarrelling, no matter whoth' he had boon fighting, said- "Well, that fellow mxM that m>' sister had a cross eye.' 'BtH, jny dear follow,' said his friottd, 'you have no sister.' 'No.' was tho answer; 'but it was for tho principle of the thing I fought.'- Dundra 'Advertiser.' A Lftnd of Opportunity. Everyl)ody knows that Western Canada holds more advantages for the wiorking man than docs Cammda or Europe. ProbabJj- nine out of ton have but a hazy idea why this is so. One will say it is ibccause wages are higher; another says 'bccausetbcrc is less competition and no social distinctions. But the cost of living is proportionately high, so the advan-� tage of high wages is not so great as it as fii-st appears; nni the other tvo reasons are effects, rather thnii causes, of life in a country where a working nian passes easily into a etato of independence. What, then is the real reason? It is because the west has opportunities that the cast never again can offer. Opportunities engendered by two factors peculiar to the West, tho choapncss of laud and the wond the valuo oi land will more thun double or treble. The man, who today hangs out his sign on a shack at some now railroad siding, tomor -row has a business with a turnover of thousands; the one, who with a month's wages, ibuys a couple of lots in some building town, wak� up on' nvomino;. the owner of valuable property in the heart of �, big city. Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arriv* weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. ^ Butter alwaya in ttock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinnart Beef it alao getting good ! Phone 91 for a good steer cut! $ Burns & Co., Ltd.l POULTRY AT LETHBRIDGE HTBITION. EX L. H. Pruitt has started a pressed brick plant at Medicine Hat and is turning out 20,000 brick per day. The Medicine Ilat Flour Mill has an output at present of a carload per day. Tho Secretary ot the Lethbridge District und Agricultural Society roffrets that tho awards in the clasiKS for Plymouth Rock Cockerels and pullots �voro omitted fronit thfal. CO. �A. EASTON & MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIOAR8 IN A NEW STAN D .Tust drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to^^Iate. *,' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GBO. HOUK ;