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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Better Burry If you want one of those f 1 00 watches. One nmn wrote "send me a dozen," aucther came iu bought five. Excellent timekeepers, guaranteed, and only $1.U0. VVm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician DR. P. W. TULLER f-HYSIClAiJ AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Olllcp-Ott Dlofk. HollTS-11:00 to 13:n� noou; 3:00 to 5:00 p. m.; 7:00 lo �:30 p. m. Trfophoinf-Offl'* C8 Re i.loiice 102. DR. C. C. CRA66 PHYSICIAN AKD SXTRQEON Office over ni^ittbothum's Drug Store Phone Office 135. House 94. Office hour�-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn OflSce-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours- Before i� a.m., 2-3 Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U 7-8 p. m. p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGili) PHVStCIAN, SURGEON ACX:OUCHEK Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m T. E. Patteson Re&l Estate, ii\sui-ance and Cosnmtsstorv A;ent Drs. DcYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. 1.. i-'s. Irilii ;i ii .mil ')rs. .Hci lure & Stewart srUGEOS DENTISTS D. HmmWotham's new Mork Rambling Reveries Bt a Dnkaxbb. A IMOeiPE J-'OH A i).\y. Take a litllo of wator coWl Aiiol� tuid a gVnnco Abo^�o C'onvplelo the nvU iimmIo day. Young man, did you ever . thiak that H is not manly or ntfbV' to make 3 oiir.vjolf apK-ar lough? If you ai-o tough, poopio will fM>d it o��t soon enough without your trj-tiing to make it sx) promimMvb. A gontloin�in is aUv�ys ro.specUd by a gi'iriilemnn, while a tough is re.spoctod by itoUf lis. .1 ii.m. to 12 n 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  .\ri\"^c.-'Q. Barrister, Etc. ;OKFItE. - - SOCTHABD BLOCK Ask Your Grocer For This I Brand Money to Lend on Town and Farm Pr.jperty Do you know that boya �*o much more particular who they (To with than giris are? Yaii nmy think this is a strnnife Btatemont. but it Is so. A girl will go on the street witih a boy that gets ilrunk, but if a boy fliids out that the girls gets drunk ho won't go with har. We 'wish our girl.s would Ijo as particular about whom tiicy go with as tilio boys ^te. r. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA rV' as Careful to keep the wocdsout of the iiiiml.s of your chikir.*n as you nro to keep thi'in out of your garden Hutreinemlwr soniothliig vill grow-th^To. Vi jou Uon't plant them with good grain, the tare.s will t�ke root in siii'li- of you. Keep a li'brary of good clt^fiti boo.ks. iuul by all moans keeii your home pui>er Ixifoit) them. Rins �p 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor WiU devote his entire time during the stimmer to laying oat new townsites. Contract pi toes on application. ic*Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. If young boy.s and girls could only undi.rstnnd hoW huppy it makes their parent.s when tlvey are dojiiig wellnml BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELLicon'ducting them-^-lves Hke ladies and For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on . . Dr. F. W. J. Johnston. Lethbridge Omduate of Toronto Voterinarjr Col. left at H'iglnbotham:s Store. W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson &, Co.'s Windowphanie, the modem translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORC runeral Director and Embalmer OAcc-Next to PreflVyterian Church. Office Pfaonc 102. Residenoe 136. NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS. Designs for New Department and Justice Buildings, Ottawa. CXTE.NS10N or TIME. The time for receiving competiiitive designs for the propo.sed new Departmental and Justice Buil'dings at Ottawa, is hereby extended from April 1.5 to July 1. 3907. By order, FKEP OELINAS, Secretary. Bepartinent of Public Works, Ottawa. January 2-1, 1907. N�w.spapevs will nut t>e paid for th ad , rt MtiK-nt if thay insert it o;:i the Depart- . u! V---' I'! i i;.,- t-..suilt) ofi.Harry 'r...\!.>r, l.u,- ..r Ilia ';.ty ot l*!lh ; alu-.-, ill I hy I'l-m ;iic.- of illfei-ia. r.Mioh'-r, civ'i;' (JTi.l'J IS iK.-i-'i.y givi.n ihut pur-.siiaul lo I hi; Ordi-r of the lloiioriublo C'hiof Justice Sif'ton of the .Supreme Court of the North West Territories dated at th� tovn of ilacluoid, in Uie Province of Albei:tu, in the Itoniinion of Oiv�n)da, Vtva 30th day of Jnwiuary, 10u7, the creditors and other |)or-fioiis ing claims against the es -tvate of the above nanimd Harry Taylor,'d, are on or before the n.'jth day of March, A.D., 1907, re-qiulred to send in tliejr natucs Mad addresses with particulars of tijMir claims, together with a statjomont of AXvn securi'ties (if,any;, held by themi, verifying 'the same by statutory dcclaratfion, to tiho untdarstgnod advocate for itho ani'inistra'tor. Anho ftald dooeosod or any'rmpt thereof among the parties entitled ther0to,i having rogMd only to tbi; claims of wblofa ho shall then have nutloe. Oatod wt MackH>d, this 80tli day o( January, 1907. ttALCOLAI UcKEN2U6, . ^ Uacleod P. O. ; Advoowto (or Admiaistraftor. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer otf ice. one door south of the Army Barrucks. FiiMWork o Specfadty Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. I.O./^!JD^O.F. ITeet" In Uldfe'lewii' Hall every Frldar �Tc.iilng �t -.lUoclfcV. Vlituing brethren are C. V. Bennett, E.V, Doo]�y. G Be ^ee -VTLLOW URANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 1 vi . ciitord gv-nlloniin, it scents to us they would jmikc ft greater elTort that they do to avoid evil deeds and acta. A greater part of the pkia.'juros of this life, to parents, is found in the success and wolfaru of tivoir children go-ii^ out of their hoiiw. Ami much of �the misery is caused by waywuitlness and misdeeds of sons and daughters. If there is one thing a'bove another a young man should Ik; ashamed of do|lng, it is loafing without aim, purpose or profit, on the streets or in stores, day after diiy all week. If you have nothing to do, stay tit home-a part of the time at any rate. Xo young man with any self-iwpttJt will content hiin.sclf with itis-plrinif to no highwr reputation thjiin that of chronic loafer and a etorvj box magnate. Nothing w-iil so blunt the higher faculties of t>4a mind (ts iiHictlvity; and no Inactivity is bo baneful and malevolent in its efTcct as that voluntary idleness temK.�d loafing. Let us "say to ibenedicts, young antl old, if you but show un ordinary civility toward thos� common articles of hoiLWifcoopiivgi-yoiir wives- if you would give them a hundrcid and sixteenth part of the compliments you almost chokod then* wi'th lieforc you were niurriod, fewer woinon Would seek for other sources of affection. Pral^^u your wife, then, for all the good Kho has and you may re.ft, assured that her tle-ficiencies are counler-balancod by yoiur own. We have great resijcct for the Woman tvho knows how to s|>aro herself; for the otto who k�ov-s when she has enough. We have resi>cct for tile one who has the couragio to say. "I am not strong enough to sew for the heathen and do homo dtities a)6q, and niy home is first." I . , ~, ,,,1,,.. jjijjj ^�oxcs set in her house and � -  CO Annie Da Viet conduct sewing societies, t'-c- . . ] '1 his is no plea for idleness, or for -'--:Kclfishncss that is like a canker totho �f Lethbridge, No. 8095;**""'' ""'-^ ^ ^'^ '^�^�^^'�^'8o ot other as wHon the "hohoymooh" flrst shown in thair pathway. We could not but compliment our friend uixm his dovotion lo his rtgxHl coti^Huiioii, tuid in reply he said to us, '''Vou triistuko tne if you think agu hue' biott(Hl out, my hv'ftrt. '11\*)ug4i bil-ver hair falls over a brow nil fur-rower knitting, h,�r cap .(piatntly frilled,the old wtylo kerchief crossed whit*] lutd prim About the Itoart that ��at So long ami true for juo, the dim' blue eyes that shrinkingly front the glad day; the sunshine throwing a jutrt-ing faietvell, her brow and leaves upon it faint tracing of wrink les ang>elic radiance. I see, though ito one can. the bright, glad young fttoo tl>a,t won tne first, �i>d the glowing love of forty years thrills through my heart till toars como, thotigh this form bo, bo vied, God im^ parte eternal life w.thin. Let the ear be dctif, the eye blind, the hands palsied, the limbs t*-ithered, the brain clouded, yet the heart-the true heart-may hold such wealth of love that nil flowers of death and grave shall not out this tpionchless NEWS FI�)M COUnS Cattle are not as bad as First Reported. victorious put able to flnmo." As wo mcandert-d lioniv we could but think what a heaven tipon earth this would lie Jf such devotion existed l)otwecn all who had taken tho nvarr,ngo Vow. To such a c-ouplo the mellow rays of life's sunset are tho most beautiful of any on the long grave. CALGAUV'S li.VLL TEAM. (Calgary Herald.) Tho teani as It stands at present, comprises the-follovring well- known players:- . ' Thontias, catchei?, Drowai U-nlversUy Providence, R. I. Driscoll, catcher, Lj-nn, Mass., New England League. McCennoU, pitcher. Tuft's Univor-Blty. Averhill, pitcher. New England Lcagtie. Thorno. Ist., Southent Ijoaguc. Wholley, 2nd ibasc, Centml League. Wordoll, 3i-d -base. New Givgland I^^aguo. I'inkerton, s.s.. New England Leo-guo. Talbot, I.f., Connixitlcut League. Hartford, c.f.. Now IXamp-shiro League. COAL EUOM AUSTRALIA. Omahpv .Tun. 29.-The Harrimdn roads are buying coal in Ausitnalia and fihipping It to tho United States for use in t'heir locomotiviBS. Ttoo coal costs the railroad flO per ton at. the docks In Au�tral>la, aiKl tho Cost has bcconM3 enormous. FARMING PAYS- A. (). F. .M.-.MM 1.1 .ti.rt 3rd Men- : .... .ijjr-^ In (��.ch moui*-. a- s I"^tu.'n.s, II. m.. In ' rtiifrllows HaM, Round St. VImUIhr brcih-jcn cnrdldlly wclcimc. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. jotto's own powers and limi'tations,. j for a courage acconding to the con-for a judgment that is en-lig'htmc-a and generous. not only towards others but towards Ivjrsclf. UlCMAliKAIll.E PUilLlCATiON. The only villain of 1,500 populat-i�>n or less in thy world that has a daily newspaper is the iMast made SWddloport by the Middleport Herald It is a four .'hort page pajwr with six Columns to tho inige and is entirely |)ut up in type and printed daily bj' a man and a btiy. .\ ty|)e-sotitin;i nutcliine aixl plate matter malce It pos.s-iblo lo put out tha>t sherjt. It is not mode up of slug* orcoarse typo, either, ami 'Imrring tho fact that pretty much all of three pages atx! standing advertisentcnta which of course imiioalea a gootl rev-onue, it is a presentailjlo shoot. .Tho prcpriotor, Mr. W. .1. Hinchcy, is tho managing editor of the Lockport Journal. I'he one man working on tho .paper gets all the local nov's. sots up ttw typo, runs the press and ivce'ivcs suiMicriiHionn. A. J. Kamis, has been tcoted to fill a vacancy la tho Calgmry . City Council. Jt is the daily life that tests u.s, tile manner of men we arc. It is not our pra.\orH, It i.s not our profession, but it is t'ho tone of daily intercourse and conduot that decides how wc stand. Tho Vittle hotnely graces, the cheerful, every-day o/mon itii'S; tho Christ-like spirit uttering itself, i�ot so much in conscience act UN in an unccnscioUK influenoe; itot so much in -((food as in that subtle arotn^t tvhich, without name, excludes from the Kaintly soul, to oiiuals and inferiors, to agreeable and disugrco-abia, to rich, poor, ignorant, to young, to oW; bearing buptfcns; ac-d^ing crosses; soaking no groat thing to do, content 'to put self by and lie a servant of 'tho lowest- these are fruits of ouo root-fruits that nono can counterfeit. Thomas H. Woolford, vloo-prosinit of tho A.FA. doesn't lelieve in ktiep-ing Alljcrtn's liight under a busiuil, ev�n if it bo a bushel of Allwrla Iltd, If we aro to Judge from lha following clipping from the Logan, Utah. Republicait: In a li?tter from Thomas II. Wool-ford of Cardaton, A,lberta, wo goiUier that ho has been gloriously prosperous this yean, more so t|han lia.'�t. In 1905 a heavy hailstorm did not toss thnn ?S,000 worth of damago to his crops, btit this jxar Mr. Wool -ford's crop brought blm sufflciont money to sauaro off all his irwlobtod-nossj-end ho has about 13,000 bushels of grain yet in his bins. .'I'Tom" affirms that there is no land like Canada, anJ ho urges all the o:)k1 nioss-backs down hero to "come up and- be rejuvenated." Cotttts, Feb. 9.-The nthchDrs aiv^ coming into town totlayt the i-vypoi^ts concerning los.scs anu>iigi .s'tock aiv not So iMid as oxpectotl;- TIk'iv is a scarcity of fee�l and riiitny of the ranchers aro feeding chiIs exclu.'*iv-e-ly. It is to lie hopew and a clean bod is guarantn'otl. 1'here will bo h Mawriiern^lc Bull in tho hotel ieiy soon. The invitivt -ions will proliably be otit i>cxt wwek. Oscar OliK'y wont 'to Shel'by �!� oA.-toml the Mask Ball at .that place on Friday night. Dr. T. I... Clark came up from Shelby las.t ni. ht. The roads from tbo ranches arc in a dangerous condition owing to the criulees t>cing filled with snow. I'he proverbial groimd hog hnd every opportunity for wwing his shadow on l"'V�b. 2, as H tvas tha only pleasant day twtwcen tho two bli-,!-zarda. Despite that fact however, most of the old tiiriers pivdict an early spring. May thi>ir predaetiotw be verified. Coutts nnil Swcetgrass wx^i-e \'i'ry fortunate in 'having a good supply of coal during the cold �'ea-tli.;r. Mr.' Mant,te went to S-tirling .vi-s-tordny. W. U. l>avis ca.-nc down from IjotJi-brldge to-day. Mr. Hugh O'Neal also came down on today's train. THE STORE OF QUALITY; Big Assortment of Oorden seeds Ferry's Steele Briggs Mackenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Fraser (Successors to Sherlock, Freeman ct Co.) S ^ TRY WM. OLIVER   ---F( )K- Everything required in tl\e construction of a Building, \ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not srtul your money to Calgary mid Cmiibrook. Hflp to build tip Letlibridfre iitid a looil iiidiistry by p.tlroiiizing Oliver's Plriiiiji},' and Lumber Mills. Ofiice, Yiirds and Fiiclory-Corner Round and Bomims Streets Teloplioue 153 ^ THK imsil EVENING. THE DEST PHYSIC. When you want a physic that Is miild and gcnfclo, easy to take and pleasant In ofTect, take ChamiborlaJns Rtonrvach and Liver Taldets. Price 25 cents. Every bo* warrantofl. Get a free sample at any drug store and try tbenk. AN AGED cbUPLB. We recently spent a pleasant evening with an a'?ed couple, ami tvhau addcKi to the {dcasantncss wits tht; fact that although this couple was baskting in tho sunset of a well spent life, they Hx>re its dovoUjtl to each DOE.S THIS HIT YOU. .\ nt>wspni>er Is often placed in a peculiar position. It will , advertising for city houaos. In order to. Ktand by its own mcrchaitts, .but a solicitor for a city printing offico will como along ond take away tvork from tho very men tho [iaper has nuido tho sacrifice for. A business man will not iV'fusopular-ity and In favor with Lethbridge audiences. On Thursday last tb>i� was pros -cnt by far the largest attendance than ony heretofore in cooneotion tvith tho series. Tho fact 'that had considerable to do trith the siz^' of the audience, t'ho general hnpr^w-sion teing that when "Pnt" undertakes lo "intertain" his friends, he never does so by hulves. The programme tvas particularly Iri.s-h-Irish songs and Irish w^i-t ai>ound;ng throughout. Mr. T. W. Hanruhan maikj a cap-^AeX chairman md presented o program which did much' crej'e Mavournecn." The selections by Mr. IVilmcr amd tho address of Mr. Hamilton, weivj particularly well received axvX kept the audienrx! in ripples of nierrimient throughout. Refreshments tvero served a/t the close, tvhich wound up the serien at pre.sent, but later on tho Canofd'ign and Americans insis'ti that they have something to i)ut on ivhioh will cclip&e any of the previous elTorts'. It is expectoti tho series will t>o re^ sumod next month. ..'4 B E E r VVTE are selling more beef bf the (juarter than ever before. Nice tliree-year-old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. ^. Burns & Co. Imperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone ill. 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. ???????????a OLD ACT NO GOOD. tihe Dr. Lii- Croup can positively be Mtoftpad In M inintitM. Ko vomiting- nothing tp Ickan or divtrNS your child. A WMt. piMMnt. and sate Byrup, called Dr. Moop'a Croup Cnre^ does 1h* work and do�� it ouiekly. pr. Blioop'a . Croup Ours I* for Crotip aloM, rannhar. It do�* not claim to otm a dol4o allmonta. . It's for Croup, �A�t'� all. Bold bjr f. Q. * , i..'-.i i.l. . (Edmonton Bulletin.) Dr. n. G. Ilrott, president of A.H�rta MetMcal Council, Banff; l^fTerly, Calgary; Dr. Simp.son, comle, and Dr, Hotson, Stiti'thccna, aro In the city In connection with the passing of a new Al'bcrta Mit>dic�l Act, the legislalion of la.^t seasiau of tho Altjorla Logjislatuix} having btwi declared ultra vires iby the full bench of the Supreme Court In recent session at Calgary. Uoiibt as to the legality of la.<<'t year's legislation has exis**,�d for some time and physicians entering tho province since last May havclnacTi allowed to practico without e�ttmin-ation as to the ability of the Allwr-ta eotincU to exnittino canditliatcB, huts beenin doubt. The full lie^ich In thalr nooent dooi-slon hold ^hat tho old North We�t. 'J'erritories Ordinance was still In exlKtotice antl tho iixanvinaition of waiting candidaites will Im now hokl itndor its provisions in Calgary and Rcglna tha end of tho month. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLP BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAN D J� Just drop into my new quarters and con /i*ice yourself tbtit I am up-to-tlate.  Tlie cleanest and brightest shop in Soiitliem Albortti. GBO. HO UK "I'rii'iapLiLjainaoLipncinDonDn l^IililiiaiWISililMiililililiSeiii^ Tho memlvrship of Central Methodist Church, Calgary, is now 1,000 an increase of 70(k In three y(�rs. Nunton citi/4.ins had to steal ootil from a CP.K. train one day last ttook in order to keep ihwmaelveii warm. The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention'given the travelling public Feed Stable iu conn�ctio� Telephone 47 Landseekeri! and Rancher's Headquarters RATES, $1.00 PER DAY ROYAL V HO TABER. ALTA. Itvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors RatM $1.50 and $3.00 per Day FKEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ;