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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta in Hat Prices iiato TQgvIarly aold for |6, tot - ;'^10B CHRISTMAS TRADE CA-CdOKSLEY. .Pwior la old llaak ot Uontreal Bldg. . RMpkth St. Lethbridgo. r A, W. McVittle ' ; Dominicm Land Surveyor ^iWiUdevote his entire time during I the? Bammer.' to laying oat new ^tofrnsitet. i ^'Contract pi ims on : -application. tOrOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Letbbridse. DR. P. W. TULLER W*>HYSIC1AN AND SUROEON  I.ETHBRIDaE Ofkw-Ott Block. aoir*-11:00 to 18:00 noon; 3:00 to S:00 p. m.; 7:3 MO 8:30 p. n. Telephone-^Offlm 68. neridnice l.lii DR. G. C. GRA6G WrY3IClAN AND SURGEON USiM �v�i- CfighibotliaiB'a Drug Storri nioae Office 135. House 94. Offloe koun-B to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. The W. C. T. U. rrhe membtrs of our W. C. T. U. bav� tak�n up the* work of aupplyiag. I'iiur local construction camiw with litoraturp. All who wish to help in this work by Kilts of magacinm, etc., kindly notify Mrs. A. B. Humphries, who will Kla�lly forward the same. Dr. F. H. Mrwbum Office-Redpath St. cor. Btiidett. Houm-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.iii., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. N.D.CIII. (NcGilD PHySICIAN, 8UROEOM ^ ACCOUOHBB Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 Synopsis of the Grazing Re^ula-lions for tiie i^vinces of SaslutclKwan and Aliterta. Gracing leases of Dotiiinion lands , uasuMal>le for agricul'tiiral purposes i may be secured In that portion o( ;tii� Province of Allierta, lying 9oulh 'of the Northern boundary of Town-: riiip 28 and in the Southw�.>�tern por-tioa of the Province Of Saskatclt-'i:.-":�wan.'' : 'lieasea shall be for a period not,  WoeediBg 21 years, and no leaseshall cover a greater area than 100,000 acres. Lands leased are not subject to. homestead entry or aale, but the lliniatar of the Interior may cancel i-a leasehold, or any portion thereof : bygivint; the lessee two years' not ^ /ice. The rental chargeable is two cata pen acre per annum. A lease : annot he granted an applicant unless he owas one head of cattle mr five head of sheep for every 60 acres 'applied for, and the lessee slmll in-;ci�a�n his stock so as to be in pos-' ataaion at the end of three years of : one head of cattle or five head of aheep for every 20 acres leased, and ah'all maintain stock in this propor-tioa during the continuance of the leaaa. : Shoep-graaing is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showinj;- the sheep erasing diatricta may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa W. W. CORY. . Deputy of the Minister of Interior. vN. B.-VaautJhoriaed publication of thia advertiaemeDt will aot be paid for. Drs. DeVeber & CampbdJ PhysiciauB and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. It TIIUK Ml'JAaiiKE OF A MAN from Drs. McClurti k Stewart SUBOEON DENTISTS Office-J.' D. Higinbotham'B new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTtCE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson: Office in Hotel Coaldule, Room 12 Office Hours 942, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFIOii, SOUTHABD BLOCB Money to Lend on Towti and -Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Baxrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-staira. Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. i.o./aar\O.F. Herts in KniahU of Pythias H>ill evnry Fr day eveninK at 8 o'cluck. Viuting breth ren are always welcome. A; Niven A. B Pipes 'vB.c.''.''/ r Bee. MC 'WXIiLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODOE, NO. a Meets in the Knidbt* 61 Pytbias Hal* every Ist and 3rd Wedne�dny. Viaitora aiwayw .-weleome. ;v., V. � M��. J: Stafford. Annie Daviea II. e. ' Bee. bee. Court Star of Lctiibridgc, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets lit and Ird Mon-'days In each muntii at t t p. o..'ln Oddfrllowa Ball ^Kound St. VUltIng bretb I rei> cordially w.Jcome, f HQS. HEATOM, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. Eeepyonr , money at home by ua^ ing "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manu faotured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO Letb bridge, Ray-mood, Mugratli. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oearral Blacksmithing and Horaeaboeing. V*?** ^"iwtes to order, carriage paint-^taC^^airkloda of woodwork In wag-i;t'^M..wiMtaDilia, fanning mills, cream >maratora, grain picklera. blaik-Mlth eoal. . :LBT�l�RtOOB. ALBERTA letlibridge Finaiicia] Real Eatate, Financial and In HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotliam Block, Lethbridge , is not his - loud professions the pulpit or the pew And not his seeming kindly acta when in the public view; Tie by his evening fireside "he stands before the scrwn And thL-re the imp, or angel, the churl or king is seen. The world may smile and call him great and greet hint with a cheer, nut if, when day is ended and eventide druw-i near, Uis wife grows heavy haartcd and his children iwlc with fright ' Uis soul is ugly, black and meanT an inch or so in hipight. He may be known to' vcrj- few, achers' Conventions was an appreciation by the visiting teachers of'the desirnlillityo? being on the stalf of the U:thbridgie. schools. Sine* the convention a big bunch of applica; tions have been received. Applications for poaitions on the atafi were read from Miaa L. Taylor of Taber,, Miss Beid, of Ocanum, Mlsa J; | rute|�iyeiii to atand for Mayoi; To the Ratepayers of the QtyofLethhriclge McLcod of Raymond, Miss C. N. Fox D.A.. Miss 11. Joslynof Grassy I^ke Miss L. P. McCullock of Raymond, Mr., J. 1. Manthornc of Coleman, Miss A. M. Dell of Amherstburg,0�t. I Miss A. M. Klewton resigned her position oil the �ialT, which resignation was accepted. Miss L. Mbcdonald of Stratford received' the appointment. The prlncipara. report showed an enrollment of 568 aa againat 401 for laat year. The total enrollment up to date this year is 608 against 442 for last year. The average daily at-tcnduncn for the month was 426, a Horcentago of 85. V PrinciiNil Uauiilttm reported that the cxiicndituro in connection wi'lh the Teacher's Aaaociation amounted (Gentlemen:- Having received a mpilBition of upwards of two hundivd' inflwntial for the ensuing year, I have after careful consideration, consenteil. If elected,. I proiiose to endeavor to procure for the City a system of lighting at considerable less coat to the consumer than the preaeat system. 1 bclio'e a municipal owned system properly operated, will give 'the cheapest and'beat facilities, promise to do all in my power to obtain such a system as so(m,.:>�s means and opi>ortunity will permit. In order to promote further indus-trica in the city I believe it is advis r.T. BREWER F tweral Director and Embaimer LETHBRIDOE. ALBERTA MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate froni Alma College, in Piano, June 1904,and postgraduate June 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Redpath Street.  SHORT CHATS ON TEMPEllANCK IN THE HOYS' DEN MOVS AND THE SALOON The Mayor of a growing city lately sought the views of a half dozen school boys about stopping a saloon near the school building. He said: Well; I'm going to let the. boys of the school tell mc what they think of the place." The next day half a dosen of ths l>oys ranging fronu ton to flft^cen years, of age, called on the mayor. Each boy gave some ^ reason � to noon, in^d of^from 9 to;^^^ 11.30 as it: wanat'-present. ;-: . v.,.^ j,- , ,, ^' In issuing the .lel�ntures for $7,000 'y- � will endeavor to carry for the new buihiing the board did out, in such a way that the inter-not notice that the ordinance says'^ta of thc^city will be fully safe-that dclientures for the erection of a guarded and the beneflta will not frame building cannot be iaaued for a longer terni than ten years while ���"^ �'9�'e to any individuals, the board proposed to. iHSUo them lor j ^ ,�rtOnally disatiafled with twenty, years. The deputy-minister poor condition �>f the streets. If Of. education wrote in reply to tho WE SELL LOTS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ �� Without an excuse for any onc^ of our prices, because each pric% is the lowest for which our specially selected Ids can be sold 3 LOTS On Hospital Street for $1000 Terms to suit C.6. BDWonn 1^ CALL AND SEE. elected, I will endeavor to have the W. L. Wilson UCENSED AUCTIONEER. I.�thhrlrige, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. Applications for dates may be made at The Herald Ofllce. E.W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of O. H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relined from $10.00 Suite cleaned and pressed " 1.25 Pants " " " 25 Your ovn goods made into suits from.........^. .14.00 Estimates given for all alterationa, repairs, etc. B.C. MOOR� ruxaral Director and Embaimer Offlea Next to Preatyterlan Church. OOoa Pkoan 103. Residence 136. / .V ^ i T A r I O N Mr >". Oi Giirhntt, Pr invipal of the Oarbiitt Buaiueu Oolleg-', Calgary, ;invite*allambitiona.tonngpflople to wri'stobim and recnivM'Kll puitlou-lar* about th� easy:and inttspeMive road to HactMwiville, Sons of England. LODGE "PRIDE OP ALBERTA" SONS OP ENGLAND HENEPIT SOCIETY will meet every first and 3rd Thursdays in.the month at 8 p. m^ In tho K. of P. now hall. AH Englishmen and Sons of-England are urged to Join. IT COSTS LITTLE! IT MEANS JlUCHI Wfito at once for particulars to the.secretary. r. T. ROUINS, c-o Herald Ofllee. WENT DOWN 'Tis only, the same old atory That mothers so often tell,. With accents of infinite sodncss.-j Like the tones of a funeral tiell; Uut, 1 never thought, once, when I heard it I should lenrn all its meaning niy- . �� self;-': � I thought he'd Ito tn)e to his mother 1 thought he'd be true to himself. But, alas, for my hopes of deluaton!, Alas fur his youthful pride! Alas! who are safe when danger,- ':' Is oiien on every side? Oh) can notliing destroy this gi�at� evil? No bar in its pathway be thrown,^ To save from tho* terrible maelatroni: The thousands of Ijoys going down? A RIDDLE ANSWERED ' The Christian Leader tells of a liquor dealer in the town of \ft, Scotlanil.. who had a particular brand of whiskey which be wlshail t" OidvertisR. One day the cir^i-.f was coming to town, and to add.intt"�itn!iisi.��nd Dr. Shoop'a. Take ao �th.^ S.>i.l 1./ ail dealora. THOSE >tAIL ORDER HOUSES A man went into a hardware store to buy an axe. Ueingshown the article^ and infornieid that the price waa flvlS, he 8aid:"Why, I can get that axe from the mail order house for 90 cents." � 'Very well," said the hardwan*-man, "I will give it to you for the same price, provided that you will do the same with me aa you. would ith them." "All right." replied' the cuatomcr, ua-he handed over a dollar bill, and the merchant gave him back lo,joonta in change. , '^Now," aaid the hardwareman, VI want 25 cents to pay expreaa charg-ea" which the purchaoor paid him. "How much did your a�rcoat you?" 'fOne dollar and .15 cents." the man answered. "Very good; now give ine the five oonta J6r money order faea and poatr age,": which the purchaaer had , to hand o\-or. '^Now how much did your ain coat'you?" - � One dolUr and twenty ieents," aaid the cuatomer. "Not BO cheap after all,*' naid> the merchant, whereupon 'he picked; up the axe and teased it back' oa the shelf and told tho cuatomer to call for it In ten daya an that wouM bmmercial. Lethbridge, 98rd Nov. 1907. , .Trial Catarrh treatraenta are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr ShoOp, Racine,: Wis.' Theao teata are proving to the people-without a pen ny'a:coat-the; great value .of thia scientific prescription known to drug-giata everywhere aa Dr. Shoop'a Catarrh Remedy. Sold by air dealers. We'd rather believe a di>g> tail than the handshake of soma pditic-iana. Charley Simiator, auperintendent of the mine at Michel, B.C., haa been appointed aucceeaor to L. O. Drin-nan, as general auperintendent of the Crow'a Neat Pasa Coal Co., at Coal Crpok. Michel and Oarboaado. The thinga that never happen are usually the thinga that moat worry SjfMfiis* CmI MiiMi lelilatiws Coal miningi^btB of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saakatchewan, AlbertBi the Yakbn Territoiy; the Nbrth-Weat Territoriea atuf BriUBb Colambia,ni�y be leased for a term of twen^-ohe yean at an annual rental of 91 an acre. Not more than 2,660 acrea will b6 leaaedtc one applicant. Application for a leaae muBt be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the difltriot in which the rightk applied for are aitoated. In surveyed territoiy the land muBt be described by; Beotions, or legal Bub-diTiBionB of sedtionai and in unsnrveyed territonr: the tract np^ied for ahall be ataged cat. Each application moBk be aor oompanied by a fee of tS, whioh will be refunded: if the riirhta applied for are not available bat not Otherwiae. A royalty ahall be paid on the merchantable ontpat of the miuie at tha late of five oenta per �ton.' Every leMee of ooal mining righta which are not being operated BbMlfnmiah the difltrict Agent of, Dominion Landa with^a Bwom atatement to that effect at least (moe in each year. The leaae will inclnde the ooa) mining rightB only, bat the leaiee may^^ permittal to purehaBe wliatever avaibtUe Mirface rightB may be iDonsidered^ necesBary for the working nf the .mine at the rate of 910 an acre. For fall infonnation application ahonld be made to the Seitfetary of the .Department of the Interior, Ottawa^ or^ to ar^ Agents or' Sab? Agent of Dbmiuidn Landa. w;w.c6ry^ : : Deputy Miniiter of the Interior N:B.T^UMnt&iMiMl pahU^^^^ of thU adveitigement will, not be piUd'for. ; \ ' A Few Bargains in Farm These are choice selected lands. Growing.crops can be seen near these lands. All close to shipping point.^^.'Farihs ^in this; district have just threshed from 40 to 671 bushels of wheat to the acre. Oats, tb bushels to the arce. WC; have^choice prairie land for sale further, from shipping-point for $7.60 per acre. - - . _^ : 320 acres, 5 miles i from shipping- point, $11.00 per sere. 640 acres, 2>^ miles from shipping point, 13.00 per acre. 329 acres, X mile from shipping point, 15.00 per acre. 160 acres. 2 miles from shipping point. 16.00 per acre. 160 acres, 1^ miles from shipping point, 14.00 per acre. . ; 160 acres, 2: miles from shipping point, 14.00, per acre. 640 acres, 2 miles from shipping point, 12.80 per acre. IMPROVED FARMS 960 acres. 2 miles fro'm ^.Bhipping point, house and barn, all fenced, practically all in cultivation. Price $23.00 {ler acre. 640 acres, 4 miles from sliippihg point, fenced,, in cultivation. Price 921.00 per acre. .320 acres, 3 miles from shipping point. Modern barn, granary, fenced, all in cultivation Price $26.00 per acre. We have a nuiiibr'r of other good deals. Wk cannot guaranlee any of tliese^ bargains to last any .length: of time; We can make good terms on these Tiropositidhs.^ ALB�RTA R�ALTY Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Lethbridge, Alia. Big Sporting Goods Sale I Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, "6anoes, Boats. Tents,. Field Classes, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tackle Office Desks Type-writers All at leas than'hiilf pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK, N. B., CANADA. i I Save Money by buying Beef | by the Quarter l I We mnst sell 100 head of export steers by December Ist. Onr prices are right. If yon don't believe it come and see for yourself. ! �i *r-^..: ;>c'--.'':,"�:'��-;.',�":;��;��. � �.�.I.....'', ,'��.�'�. i iiP. Burns & �o., Ltd.! Rochon's K?At> HIGH pLASS CONFECtlONEIVY Freah hand-made Candy eveiy day. Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring naed. Get pure homo-made Candy at . Speeial sale every Saturday ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Bank of Commerce Ty|W-Writ|ng Agency Tde nnderaigned ia prepared to do allkinda of Typc-WrHlBi, Circolarlzing. Stmlnphy, etc. Rates, terms, etc., on application , E. B. SOAN Offloe-T^cnBervatoiy, of MubIc 4t4ta Phone 142 General Teaming. I^inc ttp 108 . When yua want , DRAYitNG l>im.|ifoB|[id JOHN BfipQIE When yon require-yonrgirdenB ploughed, your yards cleaned up, selUtra dug, or any otherteaming jone, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a iioBt card in the office, your-order will receiveoar prompt atteh-(ion. COAJ.I must be paid for tin delivery. Residence and stable Bast of the bamoks. W^M. TAYLOB, Lethbridge UINAHO'S. UMIMBNT CURES} C0Lra.r40. j Whose destroys ths MputaikoB ot, bia Mlew is a mttrdMwr.-TMBiratt ;