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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ftrtWiteJtn'eii'tr MM �a* dams announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.rt House OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN ANDSUROEON LETHBRIDQE Ofse**-Ott lllork. Hours-11:00 to 12;00 noon; !t:00 to V.00 p. m.; 7.3 i to 8:30 p. m. Telephone-Offlr.' US. KeMilenre 13'J DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON OMee ever Blginbotham's Drug Store I%oae Office 128. House 04. Office hours-9 to It a.m., 1.30 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. , Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sunday�-2.30 to 3.30 p. ni. Telephone 41. _ Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying o�� n�w townsites. Contract pi-ceo on application. Mil-Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridgc. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.N. (McGill) PlitSIOIAN, 8urgeon ACCOUCHEB Office-Bardette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.ui., 2-3, 78 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Officea-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A Woman's Life in foe Far North Exigencies of the Life which Confronts u White Woman who Braves the Isolation of the North. Tho "farthest north" of n white woman-not of an explorer, hut' of u dweller in deserts of snow in the "silent places" of tho world-Is Fori Mucphcrson. seventy �uilos within tho Arctic Circle, and over two thousand miles from Winning. This Is trui'. at least, of tho "Hudson's ilny |k'oplo," although n missionary's wife lived for some timout Itorschel Island, n f*ood deal ivnror tho North Polo. Some woinoii of adventurous nature, who could ndt fall to answer to tho "Ited Hods" will, nwy have boon a Krai* let I 4>y the sheer delight In danger- "tho hiuted island and tho hidden seas;" but in most cases H is tho greatest incentive of all that has taken women Into those fastnesses of the north. They have followed in the paths of their fato wheiv strong men have led tho wuy. the wives mid mothers of vhom I Org. McClure & Stewart 8UHGKON DEKTI8T8 Office-J. D. HiKinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. write. THIRTY YEAltS SINCE �Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lenses of Dominion Lands unsuitable fur agricultural purposes m�y be .secured in that portion of the Province of Alltcrta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 niir-tion ot tho Province of Saskatchewan. leases shall be for a period not. exceeding 21 years, and no leaseshall cover a (freater area than lOO.OOii acres. Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof bygivlnt; the lessee two years' not -Ice. The rental chargeable is two c,nts per acre per iiiiiiiiin. A lt>uso "uiinot gran ted mi applicant unless lie nuns nil,* h�-ud of cuttle or five bend of sh.vp for uvery (30 aires �ppliTH MLLIAIIDS AND LUtHAHV. The houses are generally two storied, built of logs, white-washed with" a flight of steps leading from 'the ground outside up to 4hu second storey. In one house of which 1 am thinking there were sixteen rooms one of which was n Mlliiird-room and nnother a library, 'the com|inny providing the''hooks. Tho furniture was lunik* by the carpenter of tho fort. Hut conditions vary in 4he different posts ns to tnode of life. Sometimes separate houses niv built; again, the otlliyrs all moss together. In the latter ease the wife of the chief officer would hold tho house-keeping keys, tho stoivs being brought in once a year. Al? luxuries that arc tinned atv obtainable, ami for variation In the fine there is plenty of moose meat, game, etc. in summer fish Is the staple food and thus Is also cur ed for winter supplies. In the ex IxTienoV of some, and by untoward cireun*�tnnces nt certain seasons, pro vision* hove run very short. A ease is Instanced of � woman who hail on ly a sock of flour �to last her for a twelve month; and in the your of the rebellion, when the Indians cap tured th*-' Hudson's liny Company's provisions. ,the northern posts suiter ed sadly "[or lack of flour ami other things. Hut such a **Ui4o to occur In tliewe days and conditions uf uffnirs is very unlikely as far as n woman's life is concerned, have of course, �Iwen greatly ameliorated with the passage of yours. In the early days the housewife in the north had muny ditlH'ulties' to face. One wife and mother, a pioneer, told me that tit first she had no sto\e with which to cook and hod to make bread and pies in covered kettles burled in ashes, and to roust venison on n spit. I asked her how they made pemmienn tt*t>****i^t*�uk*��>*t>**S > I 1  I t X Alberta Realty Co. suffetvit many huiilships, still M|K'nks longingly of the old free life of tho fort where'her childhood wms spent. "No one can understand what it was who has not lived it." she sold. Hut -terhiips this glimpse tnlo the dully llfo^if the isolated white woman of the north. Imperfect us it Is. may give a faint idea of what she is called upon to do, and how nobly she (buffalo ' respomls to the call, finding In it of- F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmor L.ETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Alma College, in Piano, June 1904, and post graduate June 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Red path Street, MISS WINNIFRED HILL teacher OF music and dancing, Will open Dancing Classes for Fresh Strawberries Cherries. Pineapples BANANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. Children and Adults, Watch for further announcement. Music furnished for dances and receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. !mother know wlK-thor the journey uibothiitn Block. Lethbridge nn accomplished. T�io - ' or three times t\ year only could she hear from them. At Inst, after six-Uvn yeai-n, slu" went out into civil -trillion und sjieitt it wo years with her chiNlren. liven in i'Vhiionton. tbe gutewny to (he great N'orthlarvl. little is ku\>uu of the lives of th.� women who go to 1 face the rigors of many � cruel win- ( tor. In summer the trip is sukl to lie ,i delightful one; there are steamers now, and few discomforts en route, while the scenery is very fine. Hut once "pluute la." does not the very impossible uf de|�irlure inspire ivli'lliim against the nut nr.' thai is o Implicublo If so lovely'.' No, for they have counted tho cost, and in time they grow enamoured of thelife of th*-"-*po**t when* 'their interests, if narrowed, utv yet minny. IniL-at), at Hint time one of the staple ( ! dishes. This �vas originally � propur 1 ation iikuIo >' tlie American Indians. 1 similfir to tho biHong of South Af- | jrica. Tlh' rtexh was cut into strips j jutid'dried by the sun or wind, then j ipouiKkxl into n paste with the melt- | |ed marrow fat, and pivss'.-d intosncks of the buffalo sk-in. Son*'times, for I | "fine" pommioan. raisins, currants. ' or strawtjorrios weiv luldisl. Th.' wo- | | inon in �*uoslion su|h>rvisis| the nvnl.s j for the stall' of clerks and olllce as-siNteots unth'r her hust-nnd's Jurisdiction. She had n white cook, an.I j found the linliuns, when 4mined, a-> cooks uihI nurses, very go kept, i _ The light in suniiiK-r may scar- j coly lie said to mil. In the shortest j We always laugh at days iof winter there tiro u'Hiut five jokes for fear we may I will mail you free, to prove merit, samples of my Dr. Shoop's Itestornthe, and my Hook on either Dys'H-psiii, The Heart or The Kid -n.�ys. Troubles of tho stomach the Heart or the Kidneys, are merely symptoms of a | ceper ailment. Don't nmke the com-. ion error of tnuvtlng symptoms on-' y. Symptom treatment is tr.'nting 1 he result of your ailment, and not he cause. Weak Stomach nerves- iiisido nerves-nh'iui Stomach ii'sv, nlvays. And the Heart, and Kidneys us well.hav their con-rolling or inside nerves. Weaken hvSe nerves, nn.l you inevitably have enk vital orjruns. Here is where r. Shoop's Restorative has uuidu ts fuuv;. No other reimsly uverclitlms o treat the "inside nerves." Also or bloating, biliousness. I ail breuth r complexion. use Dr. Shoop's .entorative. Wrilo tue to-lu atKl freo book. Dr. Shoop, .acine. Wis. Tlie Restorative is bold y All Dealers. Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fithing Tackle Office Desks Typc-wiitera \ All nt lest than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK. N B . CANADA J Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. Butter always in stock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good ! Phone 91 for n good steer cut ! P. Burns & Co., Ltd.! LONO FOIt T1IK LIKE OF HOST. Till We Have everything suitable in the way of New Suit Pat-terns. In material and make we are leaders, and can assure you of best values in every respect. We rather T1k� white woman of the gn'at wll-ik-rness comes Imek to cities, and no doubt at''first aiv delighted to he in the heart of things surrounded by old friends. Hut soon-although it may be hard to understand and lie-Hove it-some of them grow hoiutsick for the whitewashed wwlls of the . . Icaguo-dlstuni fort ami long for u pride ourselves upon the fit weight of lho hi,|H, snow-capi-od, for a can give you, and the fit ib the gii,ipsu Uf oirch-bark canoes on tlie greatest thing in a Suit or Over-|sWlmnorimi wavra of lhl. Mana ccat. If you will but favor us with, 8(m8i fo,. tho pnvi,^. ,, ,,K,inK hous, one order you'll find you are favoring yourself afterwards. Crown Tailoring Co., Limited reTatwe, E. W. KINGSTON B. C. MOORE Tunaral Direotor and Embalmer OflWe- Next to Presl yterlan Church. OflJo* Phone 102. Residence 180. Lethbridge. Lodge No. S. Meet* In Oddfellow*' IUU ever, riidtr nettlag �i 6.0U o'clock. Vltlllng brethren ire �Iv�tii welcome A. Niven A B. Pipes kg. uee. mc mother once more to a huge family of young fellows, learning the ways of tho company's service and following in their father's footsteps. Some times these women do not comeback und n wooden board ruduly moulded and carved, marks the grave of one fur whom life grow too luit*d. and whoso Mirength hud gone l-efore the long Journey out could lie under -tukon. In lira "graveyard, adjoining the quaint Wltle cuthedrul ol St. John's in Winnipeg, there is �, stone setting forth tho dutes of birth and death of a oei'Uiin officer "born a\ Oxford lloune, Keowat'ln." On one side is tho name of tire dead tuullivr. on the �retbrenwe . oth"sr 'l'-w W0IKiH- "From her wandering boy, Colin." He travelled the world over and came buck to die in tho west. und is buried by his moth er's side. hours of daylight. In the matter of outside diversions heiv are visits to lie made by dog-ttsiiii to Outlying posts, or in tlie j summer trips on the steamers to be 1 enjoyed. Driving by dog team Is rath- I or tiying when the temperature Is 10 degrees l-olow. The travellers sleep in thrush beds dresMxl in their furs. I'rotcotetl as they arc by a suiow vail, ami with rousing fires ulong-side, they suffer no harm. Occasionally rabbit-Khooling is indulged in. In 'iMneltics and large towns of the West there uro ninny "old-timws," on�� otllcors of the computiy, who have ivturiH-d to civilimticn niter their term of .service iius expired. An oilier retires when ubout sixty years of age- Kvery seven yours ho is allowed o furlougli of a year's dura -4ion �nd then he very often takes his wile ami children for u Kurojionii trip. I'rubttbiy the latter are * then placed in Knglish schools to com -plote tlie education given by the |mt-ieitt, busy inothcc in the long whiter days ut lho fort. The conditiom aiv something the same as in India. Tlie children must bo' sent awuy, and per. j hups iWy never rnturn. 1'oss-ihly a fuetors daughter, when grown up, nwy visit lier father during tho sum-|mer, but it is very seldom that daughters return, to live their moth-*life over ugain. flcleiit in the sense of Mark Twain's lv l) HIS VdHKlCAHl |.� fourth Thursday. VUltura �lwk)rs welcuuie. ,����- ii.iwwii in, u i.ui.e. Mrs. J. Stafford. * or s" HAVF. A WOULD OF OWN. THEIR M. O. Annie Da vies j Uec. Sec. A man who has money may bo happy: the man who is had by imonuy is always miserable. ' Our idea of a loafor In a, man rests boforo he goU tired. who Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. O. F. Mecis Ui and aril Mondays In each month at 8 p. in,, In Oddtellowt, Hall, kouod St. VUlUiif brethren cordially welcome. th0s. heat0n, c. r. a.M.ritchie, sec. We'll hate to feel as moan its a man looks to us when ho snubs tho advances of a trusting little child. The first .\x'ni"fn lho north is always the worst. After that the very monotony.makes the duys go quickly IVrhaps some little ones come, ami dresses must lx> made (after very old fashions) ami first lessons must b., taught. Ii tho women do not do Die cooking thuuiriolves thete are the Indian servants to sti'icrviso und touch. It is almost necessary too Hurt a woman going north to live should know something of tho first principles at nursing. The company provides drug's, but as there is no resident doctor problem** arise, the In tlie old days the Hudson's Buy lienple were like, one great family, ami no one who has not experienced the life can hu\e much idea of it. They live particularly in a world of their own. n"d, oneo ndtulltod li�to tlie churuvd circle, un olUcer's fanvlly umlei' tlie semi-inilHury leg-imc, with its esprit de corps, could lie sure of imfiviVng kimlness, help and r*-ni mbiiiiico. I Sons and daughters alike were trained to meet all dangers ainlshow no fear, lo be ready in resource, nud toeiyduro without complaining. One "Daughter of the Company," who was taken prisoner by the Indians ' in iho rebellion of 1883, and v ho | r '<| Made in Canada, and published I abroad as the finest product ol the Canadian woollen mills. J The " Blunoz " Serge has stood -Dttween, and it has prevented the 1 extinction of the �ner woollen trade in Canada. S] The Government recognized its worth and worthiness when it declined to increase the tariff on �British worsteds and serges. A. EASTON & CO. 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. on or nnr'noarjupf  :r.""'GDnnt JjJll�M�JlL-L mm TV* Semi-reaJy Company male the real " Blunoi" S�t� Suit, in aingle ana double br.iilrjl aacki, eillwr aavy blue or blatb eret, lor s20. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date.  Tbe cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK mmmmammmmmmmm\ Perkape due ie the beet 120.00 worth in tbe whole Semi-ready liM el Tailoriaf (or tfcia eeaaon. ITMIlcLDiFaii^ A. SOUTHARD. Lctbbridte REMOVAL! MISS L. A. SCOTT Will show a fine line of goods in her new Millinery Store in the NEW HILL BLOCK, Dufferiu Street, on SATURDAY ;