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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta you'd Better fiurry If you want one of those II00 watches. One man wrote "send mo a dozen," nncther caine iu bought five. Excellent timekeepers, guaranteed, and only $1.00. DR. P. W. TULLER tHYSlClAfc AMD SURQEON LETHBRIDGE Offlce-Ott Ulot-k. Hours-11:00 to 12:0(1 noou; 3:00 to f*:0o p. m.; 7:00 to 8'.So p. in. Telephone-Office 08 llel.lcnro 1fl'J. Wm. C. Liphardt r I Rambling Reveries f other as whoa -tho "hohoymoon" drat 11 shown in ihulr pathway, Wo could DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON Office over Utgliihothtuu's Drug Store rtiono ttinco 12ft. House �4. Otnco hours-0 to 11 A.m.. 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. fit A DUVAMKH. 1 a mcenuo kok a day. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Honrs- Before W a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. in. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, SUKOEOS ACCOUCHKK Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3, 7-8 p.m Jeweler Optician Drs. DcVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Take a lillli> dish of water ruM And n Utile leaven, of prayer. Ami a lit Ho bit of morning gold Dissolved in tho illuming air. Add to your mnul some merriment And a thought for your ki'th and kin. And Ih.n. as your prime Ingredient, A plenty of work thrown in. Hut spice It nil Willi the essence of lovo Ami n little whilT of piny. I�l n wise old l>iNik and � glivneo Abow Complete tho well iinmIo day. T. E. Patteson Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. ore nr/iru Re�l Estate, iasut'.tnce and Commission A;cnt I,  �! H 1 s ' ' ! . L>� i r . i, Irnu >ied II t| :ll|.i >tfioe Me >lci liir- At Stewart sritorcns dentists I D. HimiilH'tluiin's new Young man, did y�n over -Uiink that it In not inniily or noble to make >oni-self uplvar tough? If you arc tough, people will find 'it out soon enough without your trying to nuiko It so prominent. A gentleman is always respected l\v a gentleman, while a Un.gh is respected by toughs. i i - -M r- .' u.til. to 12 II 1 p.m. to n p.m. A ->v illKK K. SIM M; �>'.- Barrister, Etc. SOCT1MRH It LOCK j JU?K!>n� ilftttlA } Ask Your Grocer For This .I^S-IBrand Rins up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE A. W. McVittie o Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract pi ice* on application. JSrOffice at the Coaldule Hotel, Leth bridge. Money to Lend on Town and Farm Pr oerty I'o you know Unit l�o.vs are much moie particular who they go with than gir's mv? You nwiy think this 'in n �t range statement, but It 1m so. ,A girl will go on the street with n ' 1h\v that gets drunk, but if n boy i find!, out th.it the girls gels drunk |ho won't go with h;r. We -wish our girls would bo as particular about juhom tlie.v go with a* tilio boys are. I IV a" rnrcful to keep the wotdsout of ihe minds of \oiir children �i� J'ou 'nr.- to kivp them out of your garden not but compliment our friend upon his devotion lo his aged cottsimnlon, ivnd In ii. titter, have I �httt\sl Uki same bitter cup with her, �md so �hariil, It seems almost Hwwt, Ywirs of sIcktiesH hns stolen i^io fivrflness of llfo; but like tho /nd�l rose, tho perfume of kivo Is richer th�j� when In tho full blootu of youth ami maturity. Together we have wejit over graves. 'IHirougJi sunshine and storm we hnvo clung together, and now she Hits with her knitting, her cap quaintly frilled,the old �tylo kerchief cihi��xI white aivd prim about the Ivenrt that lx�at No long nml true /or mo, the dim line eyes that shrinkingly front tho gla*l tiny; the sunshine 'throwing n parting faiewell, kisses her brow and leaves upon it faint tracing of wrink les angelic radiance. I see, though no one else can. the bright, gkul young face t'uvt won nw first, ami the glowing love of forty years thritln tlvrough my heart till tears come, though this form bo.bovvd, Clod Imparts eternal life w.lhin. Let. tho ear bo deaf, the eyo blind, the hands palsied, tlw Uiubs withered, Vl�o brain clouded, yet the heart- Um true heart-mfty hold such wealth of lovo that nil (lowers of death ami the victorious grave shall not be ablo to put out this ipienchless flame.*' As wo meandered ho urn ive could NEWS FROM COUTTS Cattle are not as bad as first Reported. Ooutts, Veb. �.-The ranchers mv coming into town todayi, the i\>|Mirl.s concerning losses among, stock niv not siv is a scarcity of fivd and many of the ranchers aro feeding oats exclus'ive-ly. It is to lie hoped that Uie worst of the winter Is over. Mrn. Clark and Mrs. l.o Hoy IVniv nuui and baby went to HlteMiy on rhiirmlay 'strain. Airs. 'V. 10. Knrrel ii>(urinal from Letkbrldge Inst week. Hhe is entiwily recovcivd from her reivnl alt nek of sciatic i'IhhiiikiMsiu. MIhh Albcrtlne lWgln rx>turiK out lw'Vt. \\>h-k Oscar Olney went to SheHiy to attend the Mask Hull at Unit place Kridny night. Dr. T. I.. Clark caine up from Shelby last nl. ht. Tho roads from tho rancrn-m are In a dangerous condition owing to the coulees lv>ing filled with snow. Tho proverbial grouihl hog had ev cry opportunity for siving his shadow on rVW. 2, � H was th-o only pleasnut day hot ween the two bli/-xards. IVspltv Hint fact however, "THE STORE OF QUALITY." Big Assortment of Garden Ferry's Steele Briggs Mackenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Jf pitch devotion existed between all who had taken tlw> iiiarr.ngo vow. To such a eoupki the May their piN'tliet un predict Ions early spring l>e verified. Coints and Sweetgrass w,'ix,on don't plant them with ;STavo. good gram, tin' lares will take root I 111 spite of you Keep li'brary of r uneral Director and Embalmer, 8,,wl rim" h> ,lU lm>nns keep your hoiin.' pa|>er l"foiv th-.'tn. F. T. BREWER LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTAl " young l'�iys an.I girls could only undervtiind hu\v happy it makes their iparents wh"i� lIvy nr�> di�ing wellnml coirducting theiaselves like ladies and pirlleiihn, it sceiiLs to us ihey woukl make n greater elTort that they ilo ir ,.hiWr.w go- OPl-ni left at lllglnlH,tham:s S?lon�.|ilw ,,, o| ,u common articles of housekeeping-your wives- if you would give tlo'in a humlrttl nn�l sixUviilh part of the compliments |(. you almost chokod thetu wi'th l>eftm> you were maiii.vl, fewi-r woiimn Would H�;k f,ir other sources of affection. I'raise your wife, then, for nil the good ouullt.es hho has ami you may re�t, assured that her -llciencies mv coUntei-liahiniytl by your own. The tenm as It stands at present, comprises tho following well- known players:- Thomas, catchee, Hrown I'lilvorsily rrovltlenco, It. I. lliiscoll, catcher, I^nn, Mews., New Kngtand League. McCennoll, pitcher, Tuft's University. Avcrhlll, pitcher. New Knglutid I�igue. '1 hornn, Wholley Wordoll league. I'inkorton fe'ue. Talbot, l.f., Conivvllcut lA>rtgiK> llnrtlord, c f . New llainpshir la>� gue. TRY WM. OLIVER ----J.-OH----- ^ Everything required in the construction of 6 Building, | Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send nil your money lo C/ilgnry nml Cinnbrook. Help to build up Lelhbridge nud a local iiultislry by patronizing Oliver's Planing nml Lumber Mills. Office, Vnrds and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Stret>t� Telephone 15.'{ 1st., Southern I/vigtie. '2nd 4>ase, Cent ml Ijongue. .'liil base. New I'lnglaiid �.s.. New C.itglaiMl Ia�o- COAL I-TUIM AL'STHALIA. " f)mahii, .run. 20.-Tho llnrrlman roads nru buying cos>l In 'Australia and hhipping It to tho l'nit�s for use in their locoinot\\xh. The coal costs the railroad #10 per ton at the docks In Australia, uihI tho Cost has become onoriuoiis. FAItMINK 1'AYS- We have great respect for the woman who knows how lo s|miiv for the one who k�ovs when I 'I'll..inn* H. Woolford, vhv-pnwhkiit of Ih.' A V A. rla's ilghl under a hushe.l, wii If it be a bushel of Allierta lk�l. If we aro 1�, Judgo from th.i following clipping from tho l/>gan, I'tnh, ltepublican: In u letter from Thomas II. Wool ford of Cnrdstoii, A.'berta, we gather thvt lie has I'eon gloriously pros)>er mis this yean, more so than last In 11�W j moss Ixu'ks down hero lo "come up :tid Anrae Davle^ it. c. - . Ti r lieii i ;1 e !: .s i* , ile 11,.1-r >\.n th.it pur- llle I lotlora'lile S\�r u| Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. O. �'" 1 ' 'I ��d M. n-y- Im , � et, .n.n.1' a- y {. in. In ililf' ll��u h iia �, KuuuU si. VihIII.ib lirciti-n-11 .-...rilullv wclc* inc. t.'hiel Jii&llce Siltoii of tho Supiviilo Court of the North \Ve�t TV'rritoriea dated ut the lovn of Alaclood, in the I'rovinii! of AH'erta, iu tho Ikiminion of Cn/;nfki, llni HOth day of J�unitary, 1VIU7, tho creditors ami other |h>r-hi>ns h.i'. .115 c'nims against tho oh -tale of the al.ovo iiam^i Harry Taylor, deceusi':!, a no on or beforo tho ISth day ,,f March, All, UK>7, ro-o/ulrcd to si-mi in tliejr names and addressi*i with particulars of tte^lr cluinis, togi.-i.lier with a stutoment of tlie securities (if any;, hold by them, verifying tho same by statutory declaration, to the uudortiigtiod advocate for tho aniinistrator. Anhridge audiences. On Tliursdny last th-iv was present by far the largest attendance than any h.Telofore In coinieeiii.n with the series. The fact that ii was tho Irishman's ovenint-i no doiitit had considerable to do with the si/..-f the audience, the general hnpr.-s-aioii being that when "Cat" iind.-,--1 akes to "interlain" his friends, he never does so by halves. Iho programme was particularly Irish-Irish songs a 11.1 Irish wM abound;ng throughout. Mr. T. W. HaurulMin muilu a eup-Ital chairman rnd pivsentinl a pio-Kriuu which did much crisht to the mui of TOrin. It coiisistod of a song Kalhlo n Mavoiirve��i" by Harry Klln.-r; song. "Holly O'Disdey" by John ICakin; humorous rn-eit4ilion, hnuiiie Kenny: patriotic song, "'Hie lK-ar Little Shamrock," (I II. .loliti-stoii, address on "Irish C-hameU-r"' W. A. Ilaniilti.n; song, "aMrs. ()'-Ilanidmn," W. .1. AruiHtrong: hum-oroiiH Ho|ig>. "Tlui Waiter." Mr. ISil-liler. who oil being encored gav, 'The Motor Car"; song. "KiHarney." Mr Walsh; closing song. "Uood-byc Mnvourueen." The selections by Mr Calmer in�.l tho address of Mr. Hamilton, wore particularly well received utvl kept the nudioueo in rippled of merriment throughout. Hefreslimi-iils uero served at the close, which wound up the serhw at present, but inter on the Ciimiidigii and \1iHjr1catiM insist, that tlu-y have something to put on which will eclipfie any of the previous efforts. It Is expected tho series will lio re-sunv-d next month HK.M VltK AMI.J-: IMIILICATIOX. The only villagt^ of 1 ..loo population or ler with six columns to tho Ixtgo and is entirely put up in typo and printed daily by a man and a l>ey. A lype-sotit mg machine und pinto mat tn ities; the Christ-liko spirit uttering llKvlf, not so much in conscioncu act as in an unci n^cioim influence; not so much in iUihsI as in tlvat subtle aroii^ which, without mum-, excludes from the Kaintly soul, to equals ami interiors, lo agrivable and dlKagreei-abi�, to ricli, poor, ignorant, to young, to old; liearing burdens; ac-cfllt.ng crosses; Hooking no great thing to do, content 'to put self by anil I'o a servant of tho lowest- these are fruits of ouo root-fruits Unit iioiij can counterfeit. AN AO EH COl'I'LK. We recently spent a pleasant eve -Ing with an tigi*\ couple, ami what adtliKl to the pleasantness was the fact that although this couple was basMng in the sunset of a well spent life, Ihey wore as devoted to each When you want a physic that Is miM and genUo, easy to takn and |plessaiit In effect, tako Chamiborlnlna j Htoinarh niwl Liver Tablets. I'rles . 2^ cents Kvery box warrnntiHl. f5��t a free snmplo at uny drug stoi-e and Iry thona. UiiLH THIS HIT YOC. A newspaper Is often placsl in a peculiar position. It will refuse advertising for city houses. In order to rtatid by its own merchants, but a solicitor for a city printing ohlco will coiiiu along and take away work from the very men the paper has iiuuIj tho sncrifk'u for. A business man will not ivfuso trade frain outside sources, and whon newspapers do so. In tho interests of husinoss men, there should U> enough reel -procal feeling to stv that thoy do not stifler ftnanclal loss by it.-Kx. Croup can positively ha stopped In 90 tninutea. No vomiting- nothing to icken or dlvtraaa your child. A �ww>t, pleasant, and aaf* Syrup, e�Ued Dr. Shoop'a Croup Cure, doe* th� work and doM it aulckly. Dr. Shoop'a Croup Cure la for Croup aloM, ramtrnhar. It doM nut claim to cura a dolan alljuonts. . Jt'a for Croup, that'* all. Sold by g. D. * A% , Li.. l�he l�r OLH ACT NO C.OOH. (lCdinontoti Hullotln.) Dr. II C. Hivlt. president of Allmrta Medical t'n with the passing of a new Alberta M.ilicnl Act, the legislation of lu�t wssiun of tho Allierta Loghdaturo having b��n doclarod ultra vires by thrj full bi;ns will bo now )�oM under Its provisions (11 Calgary ami Iteglna the end of tho month. Tho iiieinlvrshlp of Central Methodist Church. Calgary, Is now 1,00(1 an lncroaso of 700 In threw yours. Nuivton citi/A'iin hud to stent coal from a C.I'.It. train ono day lust nook In order to keep thenwolvos warm. B E H F VfVK are selling more beef bf the ipiarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. ImiHMator Hums and Bacon. Telephone �U. I A. EASTON & CO. MANl'FACTlrl{KKS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DKALEHS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. t*e****efee�**�*999^e##999**#e9*9tee?e?*?*5 J JL.1UDUD ??DoppapQap api�isM�iiiBi�iiiiiiiff4 AN OLD TIMER wnu THK- QLD BRANDS OF Ligi'OKS AND CKSABS IN A * NEW STAND * lust dmp into my new quarters ami con/tju-e yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Allierta. GEO. HOUK iiimiiirtwiiiOiMMnaililMWi^ The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in conutfotioB Telephone 47 Lundseekera' and Rancher's Headquarters RATES, $1.00 PER DAV ROYAL V HOI 131 TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FUKE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ;