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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will his wutire time during the summer to" lay hi Contract pi icoo ou application. at the.Coaldsile Hotel, DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDG-E to noon; to p. m. to p. m. Office 13il DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUKGBON Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Gracing (eases of Dominion Lands uftsui-table for agricukurai purposes may be secured in that portion of Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town- i------------- _.. _ lW C ana in toe por- ff. a. urtt. of the Province of Saskatcb- Drug Pfcooe Office 125. House 94. Olfioe to 11 a.m.. 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 lo 8 p.m. B Y life in this looking into. household, the ships of the citizen are not P. ing Reveries Cut in Two in Ontario to Save Mc( travels .and day. DREAMER Feb. "I believe that the representation in the Provincial Legislature should be cut in two, and the Province saved an ana o train this a The PresL opened fur j of a said lid that our domestic country will not bear We fear that our G. H. P. P. for West Huron. "I am not speaking for the Liberal he said, "but that is my an Evangelh hold services the best thought. opinion. The work of the session is really done by u RAYMOND JOTTINGS Presbyterian. church was re- being made for CREEK NEWS homo- _ -j f vtAt 4ltC tlUfc Dr. F. H. Mewbum jgeneous. His house ought to show us St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. his honest opinion of whnt his well- beginning consists in when he rests among his kindred, and forget all af- fection, all compliance, and even all exertion of will. He brings home thither whatever commodities and tively small number of the members. On some of the committees there the members of the House, but shall be for a period not Office u n r u 1 ornaments have tor years allured his S _, ;T J U- U j pursuit, and his character must be seen in them. But what idea pre- dominates in our houses? Thrift first, 914 Redpath St. Phone 53 then convenience and pleasure. T.-ike the work is practically done by four or five members." Mr. Cameron intimated that he might bring the matter to the atten- tion of the' Legislature during the present session. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHEB. exceeding. 21 years, and no ieaseshall Hours Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m og the roofe from street to street, and [we shall seldom find the temple of any higher god than Prudence. The Drs. DeYeber CampbdJ} Physicians and Surgeons McCIurc Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS D. Hisriibotham's new cover a greater area than lOO.CXXi acres. Lauds leased are not subject to homesteadrentry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel a leasehold; or any portion tiiereof byfiiriitf-'tfe lessee two years' not block- ics- The rental chargeable is two per acre per annum. "A -aanot granted an applicant un- less he owns one head of cat-tie five of sheep for every GO acres j -Applied for. and the lessee shall m-j so as to 'bo in pos- session at. the end of .three years of j one head of cattle head of j siieep for every 20 and shall maintain stock in this proper- i tion during the continuance of the f Sheep-grazing is perniitted on ;only j" a portion of tie tracts above refer- red to. A map showing; the districts may be secured on ion to the Secretary health 'Phone 143.1 progress of domestic living has been in cleanliness, in ventilation, in in decorum, in countless and arts of comfort, in the HARD TIMES IN QUAKER CITY Philadelphia, Feb. a se- quel to the remarkable scene enacted St. yesterday afternoon when several hundred policemen gave bat- tle to more than unemployed who were marching to the ciiy hall for the purpose of making a. demon- stration, fourteen Italians were held Order for Ties for Building New Now Elevators Pincher Creek, Feb. A. Ful- ly, of Peterboro. Ont.. travel'ing rep- resentative of the I. 0. 0. F. Relief association, is spending a few days in town. Hrs. J. Jamieson, of Medicine Hat, Alta., arrived here yesterday and will be the guest of Mrs. E. G. Ambrose! health of the Nation will be improved by the use of Pure, nutritious and easily digested COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO 45 gSBBBHGEEBBBB Of Interest to Women i j concentration of all nullities of every j today. j clime in each house. They are ar- central textile union at a meet- I ranged for low benefits. .The houses last .night decided to march in of the rich are confectioners' shops, Parade to the city hall in the near block. T... T tVul; to o p.m. 'vpV.jV'-COU-RTlCE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson where we get sweetmeats and wine; Iuture j the houses of the poor are imitations' in j-oi these to the esieiit of their ability.; I VTith these ends, housekeeping is not j beautiful; it cheers and raises neither [the husband, the wife nor the child; I neither the h'bst nor the guest; it op- i presses women. A house kept to tne end of. prudence is laborious without appeal to the mayor for obtaining work for its unem- T4- textile workers in the mill district, are out of work. DRAJNAGE ACT few days. D. G. McPhail, of Macleod. is a visitor in town. C. S. Henry and wife came up from Medicine Hat and are staying in town. J. McDonald and J. H. Stanley of Calgary are here on business. -Mr. J. Wright of Montreal, registered at the Arlington. C. Monaghan of Lethbridge, is in town. Prospects for the railway into town and beyond are growing brighter j the'bias every day. An-evidence of fait! NEEDLEWORK NOTES .When altering a blouse it is a mis- take to move the shoulder seam to the front. A better plan is to let it drop backward instead of forward. A thin silk, or one that frays easily, can be cut out better if laid between sheets of thin paper and the pattern cut through paper and material to- gether. A collar lining of taffeta should be n cut so that the front part is on the straight of the material and the curv- ed part of the collar wil then come on BBBEBSiEHKE Carpet surroundings of excellent pearance may be made of parquet-pat- tern linoleum. Plain linoleum is pos-i sibly better still on the score of good- taste, as it interposes au unpatterned j surface between the decorations of 5 the carpet and the wall paper. The floor boards, if.in good condi-l tion may be found to serve other treatment than staining f oiling. This usually very badly done if done by the householder, and j it is better to employ a tradesman who understands such work than is the placing of an order for ties and achieve an indifferent result by To strengthen shirt buttonholes, own efforts, tiich them round with cotton after bridge lumber with the Taylor Lum- they are Thev-'wil then last ber Co., wno have begun the work of getting the timber for the ties. I Pincher City merchants are begin-! I i ning to wonder .what will become of i Ofnce in Hotel Coaldale, Room 121 pUy to a11 but a few w0' sneep i _ _ jnien and their success is dearlv Office Hours 9-12. l-o. bou-ht. joy; a house kept to the'end of Introduced in the Legislature by the ithem and oa.e says he will- Hon. H. Cushins move his entire Tjusiness into Pinchcr r.r much longer and will not tear away from the material. It is a good plan to bend steel or whalebone at the waistline when mak- Take RECIPES Fried Cauliflower cauliflower cooked the dav before and divide into small tufts. ing a bodice before putting them into m eSS and bread crumbs, or make al f the! Dspa.rtment of the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. i Beput.y of "the of Interior. N. publication of j Ibis advertisement will no-t. he pakl 'for. Edmonton, Feb. Hiebert-1 a. W C. 'SIMMOXS ats, Barrister, Etc. Unhappy Marriages The- universal expectation of znar- ,____________.____ tablespoonfuls of flour. Beat t-h Applications for the building of, AIUr, Rt.ltcillI1g (town seam prcss f, severai m town have been vith a hot jron> aad if no seamboard Dip the pieces of cauliflower in [has suffered a second deieat in his received and things in the casings as the bodice -will then fit closer to the figure. After stitchjn" do'.vn bater jn proportion to one egg, very light before'adding to milk and H OFFICE. attempts to place the liquor dispens- ary proposition before the House. The SGUTH.ARD BLOCK Tried people is that their married live-' 'will .always be happy ones. Deluded! be introd'jced a days Money to .Lend on Town ana j dreamers imagine that they wliich was- embodiment of looking brighter for the general are town and Thp concert given last night by the I iy as well. Methodist shurch was very well -at-i In sewin is at hand -it- is useful to know that this and drop-in very hot fat andff a rolling pin1, wrapped in a clean a light brown. Serve with gar-g cloth will answer the purpose equal- j I arr different from other people and I his dispensary bill, was thrown out j tended. Ths f parsley. W Roasted Onions In sewing a piece of material on the! Select large onions of uniform sizeM programme was good j bjas to a straight piece, the former is I hut do uot remove the outside C. F. HARIMS Barrister. Advocate. that when they enter the portal of' weeks ago and was disallowed bv lengthy. some .of the numbers were too} apt to stretched. To avoid in iviiiirii's of H-.ll eve S Visiting hreth- reri ant always welcome. A. Niven A. B. Pipes X..G aec.'aec i matrimony, love, peace and prosper- j the speaker this afternoon Thfi evpr be their attendants. hptv-'b'- f j sajd tnere was no such a pre- 1 themselves the same as others, hnt. i ior a resolution of 'such a na- IN PRIZES same as others, but from iron resolutions that and he did not want to estab- them from dangerous coasts upon j lish one. maif bSea wreckedl The drainage act was introduced ix. ,-ana Tinned. ._ -__ Block, np-stairs. j this the bias should be placed under- j neath and evenly. In making Arrange them in a 'baking tin their jackets on. When tender peelll it will then be sewn in itnem place them in a covered hot. Heat a large ta- ....._.. blouse, too "deep a Philadelphia, Pa... Feb. .-A new j milst not b cut for the neck at departure was annoucned yesterday j the outset. It is better to try it on by the. American Sunday-Schol and then outline a WIULOW -EHA-3STCH REBESJLH LODGE, NQ. 2 in r-lie of Pythias Hal" 1st and "-r.j Visitor- Unhappy marriages de-Und explained by Mr. Mr ifor many causes. Previous when it offered S2.000 in prizes f front with a row of pins, cutting it Tp71 cri nn c 11 tvi i vn ,1 I -i MT-S. J. Stafford. y. e. Annie Da-vies Rec. .-ec. H. FOWLER CO. "eneral Blacksrnithing and Horseshoeing. buggies to order, carriage paini- all kinds of woodwork in -wag- wiodrndlis, fanning' mills, create Higinbotham Block. Lethbrid AY. L. Wilson i peiia upon to nsarriage, maiiy try to appear more 'intellectual, more amiable, or more accommodating Depend upon it, into existence by moonlight strolls strengthened by deceit and naa img ex; been maci plained that arangements j sand dollars macie with the Dominion Ithof "wJ'Ju.'pres religious literature. One thou- j evenly on a fiat surface. be given to the. au-j Jt is often difficult to prevent the presents the best original I of velvet beine crushed in government so that the new act would j work on "Christian Principles in Our J stitching it and _ _ ___ _____( "ooci plsn is to thfy really are-inot conflict with the Dominion irri-1Eliral to Make Them j piaee Apiece same material uiai .ove brought gation act> He also said that he had ja .Controlling for the face downwards on it. The fingers. ing. ns, separators, niith cotd. grain picklers, black- LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge. Al-ta. Residenc-e Cor. Ford and G-lyn S-ts. Applications for dates may be made at The Herald Office. LwTKiNGSTON, TAILOR the assurance of the department ofibeJt oriSinal work and for the j resting on this, will not flatten ihe i fashion-j the-interior that all the Dominion inext' 'best original work to be writ- i pne i able tuaplays and finally consummat-! land benefited by this drainage act on "The An Attractive! jed influence of inirigu-j woujd be over to the Province i ing. mends, will fade in after life al-j The act provides for the construction _______ of government' drahiasre' ditches i or her work and wil1 be allowed in! sitiori it is aa wlan to cut a of a blouse most as fast as the flowers which compose the bridal wreath. [Book." Each writer is asked to give j slightly smaller than the base of the appropriate original title to collarband and in tacking it into po- thro'jghoat the.-province, the cost ofitne form and of treatment of i Influence of Lady Friends notches in the blouse so as o bv apportioned off among i th? the desired books of a avoid, wrinkles when the collar :ew notches in which aro lands and roads benefited by tical instructive, popular character, finally stitched on. to It IB better for any man to pass an j ment on the lands to be basprl on thp-i veiling, once nr- twice a week, in a i increased value to such lands re-1! Don't in ordi-r rS' thc Tlcart' aml Ki To exP'ain in with all Every lessee of coal mining! y ail-1 rights which are not being operated j shall furnish the district Agent of I with a sworn effect at least i e Fire, Water ;md Li-ht. commirtce frorr1 ill-con- i duct. weak Stomach nerves leads to Sto- Dominion Lauds rr.ach weakness. T am sure it would j statement to that mterest all. Ami it .is'the same with! once in each year. WML- Hearts or weak Kidneys. This! The lease will include the coal! why my Shoop'sj niining rights only, but the lessee' prumptiy roaches aii-i may be permitted to purchase! Stomach, Heart, awd! whatever available surface rights! I Save Money by buying Beef f by the Quarter We must sell 100 head of export steers by December Jst. Our prices are right. If yon don't believe it come and see for yourself. R Burns Co., Ltd. Tl is wrong- to drug- thc S'Lomach, or stimulate' the or Kidneys. Thess wrrak inside nerves! rate of SlO an acre. mny be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the do squabble wj.35 be over for the Arc hall. Smith Street, -or kot, and if not, tion. That's the Gananoque, Feb. magistrate Doaslip died today at the age of 70 years. Death was due to pneumonia. J Everything required in ihe construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work samples of my .Restorative well. Wrk. for the book today. U win surely interest you. Address Br. Shoop, Box s, 'Ttaciwfr, Wis. Sold) -by all dealars. r -r of the Luenor Unauthorized publication Auvertisemetit Till not be paid for. Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cratibrook. Help to build up Lethbrirtge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Bound and Bom pas Streets Telephone 153 ;