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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Glib'D Silk All kinda of Woollen Clothea for Childrwa CA.COOKSLEY. JMttor ia oM Baak of Montreal Blaff. Haripata ftt. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will derote his entire time during ate tfumnier to laying iganialttia. Contract application. new ou Office at the Coaldale Hotel. DR. P. W. TULLER AND SUH4CON LtTHBRIDQE to U OR. C. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SUHQEON Dnif Rambling Reveries A 0 ft I AM t ft 8UXUBAM 135 4.M p f to i P to 11 a. P Hoiiaa 94. to Dr. F. H. Mewbum St. GOT. Burdett 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m. 7-8 p. m. to 3.3C p. m. Telephone 41. W.1GALBRAITH, N.D.C.N. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, SUKGEOM ACCOUCHES Kedpath St. Phoae 53 Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m the Grazing tioas ftf the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. of Landa for in tfcat portion of of Alberta. boundary of 28 and te UK Southwwtern por- of Uw Province of for a period mot, 91 and no a f nwter area than leased art not entry or Mta. but of Interior may or any portion tke two Tan rental chargeable ia -wc-ata per annum. A Ttmmno ffmatod aa OWM one head of ar of riMcp for every 60 for. and the lessee ia >tock ao to in on at tba end of three of toud of cattle or head of for 20 acres kMuwd. I maintain Btock in thit prepor- tftiriag the of the Drs. DeVebcr Campbd Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143 Drs. McClure Stewart 8UBQBOK DENTISTS D. Hijfinbotham's new block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p jn. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST f Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Banister, Etc. OFFICI, SOUTHABD BLOCK IConew to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F, HARRIS Banister, Advocate, Notary Public Block, up-stairs. is permitted om p..ru-.n of the tracts refer- J to. map the fliatricts may be secured on HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors ONLY A Only a aunbeam! Yet pcr- ckaJioa it hath pivrood soow wretched abode, gladdened some strieltec heart or golden light foMnd way through the leafy braacheu of ttome wild wood, kimed baak when, iiny grew motto hail Columbia." only question to be decidad aooa Ww hurtwod club maa. Taa till har tMad wrta maay tha idaaa aad ptMMint of much that ia callad society, aeon waata to huabaad, aay aht aot aoma othar with jcttrda. ahe did to win at progreasive ruchro or whist She a little have a little over, H, and 'then another and aaothar. and presently ahe tins at his head, but it and the mot- to tha door, "God Bleaa Our Their little boy "Ma. you raisaxi pa'a but you gava cawnd shades of teauty to adorn lowly, forin. Only a gentle bnwwf But how aching has R fanned, how many hearts cheered by, its gootte -touch. Oaly stray bullet tha-t noble as trod the lonely midnight round, fakbfully guarding the. procioua intrusted that home is, "who shall have and tha couw, to decide k. God pity woman who art on much that tit ia modern, itoclety. MINISTER TO THE It's A grand, goud and baautiful thing to minuter -io tha to beeping, and the life blood; of those laid low by affliction. ebbod out. and tba aunbeaia tell on the cold face of the dead. Only a drop of "ink! And yet it carried the news of. death to anxious at homo, and caused reaent agony for a moment an its in sunshine of joy and lived in the warmth of tha-t smile. Let; uu all increase our giving of smiles during 1903. They cost nothing and are of untoki TO hie; especially in the 'home and there is not a human being but will acknowledge this fact, but it never wo forcibly strikes ua as when we, are lying prostrated by disease. How many times have we. when suffering al- most unbearable, pain, or tossing with a burning fever, resolved that if we did get well again, we would do all.we coukl for the sick. It ia a sad pity that with returning health our good resolutions often- times ficc away. It is not expected chat busy mothers be Florence Night- ingales, to go out and nurse wound- ed soldiers, and indeed, this is not at all nacefiffary. for -they find ones nearer. In almost every neighborhood there is one, perhaps more, whose well days over. Thsy are usually spoken of as inval- punt wioitga jur ptbtic or ia H our with bad thougbta and worm dMMfarr Ah, kfMp.thjr heart dilipntly, for out of it are of lite. SNAPSHOTS AT THE LEGISLATURE (Social to the Hirald.) Edmonton, Jan. since Don Hiebert journeyed to Calgary and there took the newspaper men into his confidence announcing that he proposed introducing a radical meas- ure in the Legislature with respect to the liquor traffic, the public, the members of the Legislature and even Hfr. Hiebert'a alleged leader, the member for High River hare been anxious to know the nature of the new bill. The House did not hare long to trait for before the debate on the address WAB disposed of the.mem- ber for was to the fore with a resolution on the order paper de- cl'aring for nothing short of prohibi- tion. The press correspondence of the Legislature gove very abbreviated ac- counts of Mr. Hiehert's speech in support of She. resolution, but judging from the gossip of the corridors of the Legislature and the street, Mr. ttiebert's effort merely amounted to usual circumgyration of incoher- ent words; The resolution, however, was the occasion of a considerable which several members, took part in which the leader of the Opposition made the startling declaration that he was not the leader of his party. There hat been no chocolate produced in country equal to Cowan's Maple Buds This is a confection every one should buy. TiUD COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO the fate o! prohibition in the West. Abreaat of Public Opinion Mr. CrosH pointed out that no branch of the executive waa being ad- ministered greater satisfaction to the people than the liquor license branch. The liquor law was fully abreast of public opinion an import- ant factor in carrying it out. The Liberal party of Canada aaid Mr. Crosa, had always been in the van of temperance reform, whatever legislation waa upon the statute books of Canada calculated to cur- tail and control1 the liquor traffic was the fruit of Liberal fovernments. Last session the Legislature made j speakers, well aa the two of the Opposition, had spoken in U- Tor of the total prohibition of the? liquor traffic. Personally, he had all his in practice and pre- cept, advocated prohibition. He felt it would be in the best intereata of this country if it had toUl prohibi- tion. But whatever the individual views of a man on this question, when it came to placing legiaUtiou on the statute there must be reaaoti- able ground to feel that it could Ire enforced. He believed himself conversant as any one with the- feel- ing of the electorate generally and of the temperance workers of thia pro- irde. aiid'so accustomed are we the House. That was only a fie-, CHOOSE THE BEST SOCIETY It shoui) be ths aim of young person -to find an into good ocietT- good do not moan society. That often, tne- its least of all this honorable title. A good social circle is one where sound principles, refined ncrs, and intelligent ideas are the characteristics of kc Many young tnaa ffoao to ruin, by ooaiaff tin of toe low aad vulgar, inmntd of -those whose in- uenoa would be elevating- It is go easy to fall into evil, but j thrnr being' tick that we may ofton- timm ftgem to be to and confinement. But to them -H ntrrer grows old, aad much is -the right bets, that can do. Many aad varied ane -the ways eao help them, thtee lion manufactured on the government benchea. Apparently the Conserva- tive party is or in'the and reminds one of the condition of the Conservative party at one time in England which John Bright compared to one of those ows. la fact, anything which -re j terriers ttfal are so hairy ooe can't distinguish the head from the tail. Alberta't Liquor Act do for -them in be sure lo oa and will be on good ground. A bunch of flowers, new book or macazine. a dainty moral -from onr. tables, air these are trifles, btrt may up llieir dfaary aad then ehonW lander, Hifm. lion to the Secretary f the ei the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. CORY. of the Minister of Interior. X. U UaautAoriXed publication of will not be paid Higinbotbam Block, Letkbridge n bridge. Lodge !No. 2. Tea- nre A_ 2? TV in Kmirh'B of Prthins H-1J ererv Tiering breth- W. L. Wilson LICENSED AUCTiaNEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Itesidence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sta. for may be made at The Herald OtBce. tbem. or it they live, shooid ic cJssrf a distinct advance over any province in the Dominion in passing liquor' act of 1907. The principle of the act was that the sale of liquor is ab- solutely confined to municipal areas, and conversely with respect to local option it granta privilege, and it beyond the narrow Ijiorte of a municipality to the boundaries of a license district. The license dis- tricts are very large, covering areas large aa and square miles. There JB in Alberta absolute prohibi- tion in the rural districts aa a license cannot be granted fn'any plaoe that has than 40 householders within an area ol 660 acres. In this connec- tion it is signifleent to that from vinec, but he did not believe that thfr temperance .workers thcmstlvea be- lieved the province ripe for rfny aucli measure. When it was shown to the govern- ment that the people of this province wanted this legislation and that their support will be behind its enforce- ment then the government, will willing to frame it. If this resolution were to pow now Jt could only retard ultimate for some years. The members oi the Opposition more than once that this government should follow exam- ple o'f Manitoba, but in this matter of prohibition would they it Toronto to Whitby m Toe province Ontario, a distance of 30 mflca, there are ten hotels or one for every Ihreei wayside taverns. own trail, aa a new" j with new needs, and to pattern it- The Attorney General also pointed out by way of comparison that fast, summer almost 300 miles of the G. T. P. rail :way had within the j _ 8! Sptech John W. Woolf closed tbe The resolution drew an important province without any special regula- j ct speech as n, raqturcw w a sure footing in a refined circle. But the etui is with the If a man deuirw to THE HU3LA.N HEABT intellect, he will find that a judidous The subject of baartu one that mingling trith wociety will do this gats very near to mil. Tbe hwart better than digging 'forevwr over his books. There ia a" wonderful amount of electricity in social phere. oncl -the galvanic battery of the social circle will not fail to elicit many brilliant sparkles. If pno desires to in is -the centre of All our feelings. It is the scate sn which ws weigh the of our t'rrctxla, arid ought to weiffh OUT own. It is tha bar statement from the Attorney Gener- al. The liquor law of "Alberta is the most advanced in the Dominion. It ie being fearlessly and impartially administered and is giving satisfac- tion to jthe public. The Attorney General reviewed the history of pro- hibition legislation as called for in lions, while in Manitoba and Ontario! Speaker I want to saj a the Dumicioa GoTernraect found it words with reference to the prdtcites.1 necessary to proclaim a pronibition j working out of the- local option zone of twenty on ia force in thw prcvioce. of the G. T. P. right of way. Thu twpJSpnL Limp 4ttoT- iiey General is inopportune to carry out such lefialataon. Any "I have the honor to represent enforced for a number of years, tnrit it has worked very satisfactorily. the terms of the The pre- j or over Action would delay f "Note, Sir, if the honourable ment- smble to the resolution thet the power to pass prohibitory lejiala- progrefre of of the Opposition axe really natf make haute in going Pro- j truly in earnest in their request that tion was within the jurisdiction of j hibiiion would eome in its own good I the sale of intoxicating liquors be the province. The question had been (time, when the Liberal party will-not j continued in this province, Why have tested in Manitoba and Prince found lacking ia to pass (they not availed themselves of ward Island. Prohibition had been which we ju-dge our enemies. It is tha founda-tion bead of all our complete success in P.E.I, bat with resiX'ct "to Manitoba the resolution [was silent. it and enforce it. Not Policy The Attorney General pointed out man- and It is the saiej The Attorney Ge neral drew a the Conservative party in Al- the actions of the Lib- j Dma had nCTer a -definite opportunity provided for by oar option law, of determiiniisr trhssher it is the wish of the people they rep- resent that the amendment.-they provided be enacted or not. "Our government has repeatedly ----------------------------------------------------ners ha can never do so except bv j deposit -w-e traasure up all tha! between the actions of the Lib-i "Our government has F W TAII OR mingling with the refined ami ffood. memories of the past, the' Government in P. E. I. that en- stfd on temperance C, W, MI1UOIUH; IMILUn Diffidence tiloS2 who ,ablct on which is thfi scars forced the prohibition law, and those challenged the of, prohibit-ing the ,al; i welcome. .-Pipes See BRANCH KEBEKAH LOIX3-E, KO. 2 i- the i '.Stafford. V C. Hal' e a! Davies (Rear of G-. H. Johnston's Store) Far Overcoats Telined from Su its cleaned an d pressed in early life but few social ad- vantages. The only way to tablet on which is marked the scars captain of oi the Conservativeo in Manitoba, John.-'Macdonald to of Opposition to call a convention f is partv and enunciate some- to Q. u of ill-treatment. It is li- the little craft in which we journcj' come this painful difficulty is to j down the stream W life and is the i remove this troublous question from I i t ___. T__ _ i i that, t.np J in. It is one or 'the most -dwtjiimg- place of the in- "1C mwia uj eiouu cuup. r "-TV treated to in address of the rnera-i. 25 easily cured of all maladies; A bath Your own goods made into suits from........ r.... .14.00 Estimates given for all alterations., repairs, etc. in the bracing oceait of social life enable'.a person -to keep his ing bravely. Your chances of success In life..will be tea fold greater if you have spiritual life that -dwells within us. There arc glad question tne .Council and .then went home to pray j hearts and sad j fchat the Privy Council would decide as soon as the people of tiu- province give--thess-anv giTs up the Kile nnce'that jtliey'want such a. law. "The whole province imrler t-be cs- >ting law be organized into "local tirra districts, providing that thfi Opposition essay-j'ple support it and if this- her for Eosehud. leader of t} hearts, alid heart.-? ithait are broKen. Manitoba had no power to pass pro-jcd a reply. .He- disclaimed the-leader-1 done it would-be conclusive eyidehcw JDid you ever think that no human legislation. Premier ship of the Conservative party. Jt was to the- goveriurieDt that the: people of was ever born whose destiny! his .'successor, ignored the prohibition I apparent that he had not been. ;-ne province are ready for a B.C. MOORE Direct r and Embalmeri iuiu. li .V UU. iitiv U WiUjSjJ tfTVtJr WlJOStJ JUP. v... ,j v cmj i secured a. wide circhi of good friends j was not linked, with-the heart of sn [l has been .-a-'dead letttt in j consulted by his subordinate in the Venting the sale of -intoxic by your obliging gentlemanly man-; one else. There is the mother's soi. j Manitoba ever since. 'Such had been j matter of proposing the resolution j quors jn the province, ners. airis about trusting id tucte ,fqr her 6hiwV-'che Jikrt- -thU' jand that was to nail his j l :trd ch moof a S I a j broth- i to OfOce Phone 102. rterian Chiirrh Kesi-rknce j or recommending- i they know little a jxTson of whom heart is its abiding place. The two! or nothin THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. i WS NTER OpetiM Kn SESSION Keep yonr i'.t home by us- inij "Our i Best Fionr" f It has no j equal. Man IT-j factured by ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Il.-i.y- JlHilliJ, oinl ftf tlie Gwrbntr One onr riorify 1( fur it to G- 'nieier-.se imrmde the coal! innsiiii? rights only, but tlie lessee! imiy Jje permitte-l to purchase! surface rights be considered for the working r.f tiie mine nt the] niie of-S10 an acre. l MO you know thf.t this subject be made to of is the grandest one on cartli. i thw of the Tnterior. ic more you .study it t.he longer it Otlawa. or to any Or Sub- It is .is broad as the pan h.} Agent of. Dominion Lands. Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We sell 100 heart of export steers by December 1st. Onr prices If yon don't believe it cicme