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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Optical IS AT|TbDB REBVIOE. We have had a wide experience in the fitting of Klanea and gnarantee you aatiafaction. Oar prioesare from $1.00 up. We nave pleased others and can pleaieyou. Wm. C. Liphanft Optiolan Jeweler OR. P. W. TULLER tHYUlCULtt AMD �VROEON OOm-OM Mock. Hoar*-11 too M 11:00 aeoa; �:00 lo fsoo p. �).; 7:00101:10 p. �. .. TtiophoM-OflM fli. BopMmmi I6S OR. C. G. GRAQG WTYSICIAN AWD BURaEOM OOco over HifflabotlHUH'a. Orug Store nioBo Offloe .188. HouM 94 Offlbo hour�-D to 11 .�.,� l.SO to 4.10 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Rambling Reveries By a Dmambr. Do not complain of your wife's extravagance with a cifar in, your mouth. Dr. F. H. Mewbum OfBce-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Honn-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.iB., 7-8 p. m. Sandajra-S.80 to 3.3U p. in. Telephone 41. T. E.Patteson cm BLOCK Rail Ealaic, iaa�ratt(m aad ConuBiaaioB Agcat Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Inaaranoein the best oompanies. Beaidential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale' for cash and �n timi. ' Foil partioalars on application. Ask Your Grocer W. S. GALBRAITIi. III.D.CN. (NcGHD PHTBIOIAN, BUBOBOM A0001IOHBB Office-Bnrdette St. Phone 53 Honra-Before 9 �.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Suigeons Offloes^Ott block. 'Phone 148. Drs. McGlure * Stewart BUBOEOir IIBNTnTS Offlce-:-J. D. Hisinbotham's new block. Office Honrs-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m.to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barriatar, Eto. OFPICB, - 8017TRABD BLOCK This Brand When jroa want Done promptly and aatiafautorily. JOHN BRODIE A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Snrreyor Will devote his entire time daring the saramer to laying out aaw townsitoa. Contract ptivm* mu application. i^OAce at the Coaldale Hotel Lethbridse. Syiopsis of the Grazing Re^ula-tiMi fdr tkc Provinces of Siskatchcwan and Alberta. GraKiaf taaooo of liooiinioa Lamto uamHahlo for asrieuliural purpoaoo SMjr bo aocurod in tkat portion ot tlw Proviaeo of Albarta, lyiag South of tto Nortborn boundary of Towa-hlp M and in Iho Southw�atorn por-^ �iea of Um Provlaoo of Sankateli-A^ewan �hall bo for a period not Mewd.'ag ai yearn, and no leaaeekatl eovor a sroaiter area than 100,00a aeros. Laude leatod are not eubjeot Ho homcataad entry or oalo, but tjw Ifiaiatar of iho Interior may caaool a leaeehold. or any portion ttoreof hygtvms tko loeoao two yoaro' notice. The rental cbargeablo lo two OLate por aero per annum. A leaao oaanot bo granted aa applicant ua-leoo ho owao ono bead of cattle or Bve head of e&eep for every 00 acme applied for. and the leoeee eball ia> neana hie atock^oe ao to be in poa-oSMlon at tbo end of thim yearo of OBO bead of cattlo or tlvo hand of okeep for every aO acrao leaaad, and Miall maintain otock la thio propor-tlo� dur'as ^ eoatlauaaoo of ebo Money to Ziond on Town end Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barriater, Advocate, Notary Pnblic Office-Oliver Block, npratairs. r.T. BREWER 7�aeral Dlraotor and Embalmer I Bewiij-* of the woman, who talk* about heaven iu church and about hor tiuighborg on the etroet. ' How inany wasted flowerH are Ntrewn over gravra, of which one Hmall bud, pink with life and hope and fragrant with sympathy, would have easod the pnin of Home aching heart for evon a little whito, had they been bustowod while the loved one was with uh. guise, when Every which honor There are too many homes in which is hoard only fault finding instead of loving conuniindations. bickeringsand strife instead of swcoot, happy companionship. Remember like produces like iu the life as elsewhere. May this bo borne in mind by all, and,a constant efTorl made for purer, brlghtttr homes. The kiwful 'i'o of happy children is the liest hpma muaicand the graceful figures of childhood are the best Btatliary. We arc all kings andqueong In the cradle. A home without a candle; a garden and no flowers; a vine and no grapes; a brook and no water gurgling and gushing in its channel. Whoever takes a little child into hie love, may have a very roomy heart, but that child will fill it out. The: children keep us from growing old and cold; they cling to our gar-UKUte with their little hands and Im: pede^our progress to petrification, they win us back with their pleading eyea, from cruel care; they never encumber us at all. A poor old couple with no one to love them is a pitiful picture;bul a hovel, with a small face to fill �^ broken pane here and there, is roijl�d of its-desolat- in your bearing the dignity of oeif-esteem and let the air of prosperity fit you like a gamnent. Extend to the world a cordial hand, and remember that life is for the most part what we make it; BIG CROWD COMING hMd Muk PndietB i Stream of Imigration to thia Covatry. Maxwell C. Knowle*, a well known land agent at Duluth, Minn., In a letter to'the Herald says: Every -thing points to aa immense rush of people to Alberta this eeason and I find that where a couple of years ago people vere very much afraid of our Southern district, today it is quite a favorite and I expect the rush to that part of the country will be greater thia year than in any other port, except poesibly in the Vermillion Valley which is a great favorite here. We have our first excursion listed fur the 5th ot March, and if the weather continues good out Ihei-e wo will hnve a big crowd, COMIN'O TO LETHBRIDOE. IIITCHEtt CORim win Coafar with MIm Opcr-atora at Calgtry. The Calgary Herald says that .Tobn Mitchell the International president of the Interhatloiwl Mine Workers, is coming to Calgary next week to hold a /confejrence with the Alberta Mine aCanagers In regard to the new scale which is to be presented to the mineowhora on April Isi. (Cranbrook Herald.) Ross Tata, of Wm. F. Tate * San, has arranged to open a Jewelry and repair shop in Ijethbridge, and ex. pccts to leave for that city in a few days. Mr. Tate has grown from boyhood to manhood in Cranbrook, and there is not an individual in this district who has more friends. He has applied himself. closely - to business, has taken a thoroughcourse in watch repairing at a famous in-Ntitulion in the east, and stands today as one of the most competent watcli repairers in the west. Mr. Tate will make a success in Leth-bridge, or wherever he might go, as he possesses the happy faculty of "doing thinga" all the time. The people of L�thhrldge will take to Mr. Tate, because they appreciate live, rustling, able business man. AN AMERICAN TRIBUTE TO GREAT BRITAIN.' NEWS PROM ALBION. 1 abeep^rusiag io pemitted oa oaly a portioa of tho traeto abovo reter-i�d to. A map ahowia^ theahaop erasing diotricto may be oecured on ppliqution to" Che Secretary f the BepaKmont of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W, CORY. DtpxHr ot tbo Minioter of Interior. V. B.-t-aauliioriaed pubHeatlon of �bia advertioMneat will avt bo paid >r.   _ TO KENT. Tbe farm lately occupied by Capt. A. R. IfcDcBaell, dec^aaed, coai I f. Si., ta 0��r Hews Bsu, aeuseoi. ViilUngbrsih-rea cerOUllr welei.mi. thos. heaton, c. r. a.M. Ritchie: sec. LOST. A btickakla horae. oix years old. four white lags up to tbo kam. dark BUUM aad talt, tiraad X and lamted O oB right ihoulder. waiglrt about 1000 pouedo. Finder will pli coaiawinicato with SnXBBT WBIB, Leilibriiifo. WANTRl) Ooed reliable aaaa for CHy eollec-iieas sad to asoist ia oBtao. Salary BMBiism ffl�.a0 par BMat*. Appir V. a Bex lt7. Whilo Robert O. Ingersoll made for himself' a legion of enemies by his attacks upon Christianity, all must ad-niiru his eloquence. No nuin in America could more beautilully frame a sentence, and his eloquent remarks at the grave of his brother lead oiit-whero, anywhere, and under all circumstances. I do not wonde; that a British. subject loves his country. This little incident, with which yuu are familiar, is a marveilo'u illustration of.the protection which Great Britain gives to her. subjects. The King of Abyssinia took a British subject named Campbell about twenty years ago, carried him up to the forti-ess of Maghala,. on the heights of a rocky mountain, and put him into a dungeon, without cau.w assigned. It took six months for Great Britain to find that out. Then Great Britain demanded his imnkediale release. King Theobald re-fuaed the release. In less than ten days after that refusal was received, 10.000 ISnglish soldiers, including fi,-OOO Sepoys, were on board ships of war, and were sailing down the coaet When they reached the coast they disembarked, marched across that terrible country, a distance '., of 700 miles, under a burning sun, up the mountain, up to the very heights in front of the frowning dungeon; then gave battle, battere^ down the iron gates and stone walls, reached down Into the dungeon and lifted out of it that one British subject. King Theobald killing hinucif with hu' own pistol. They then carried him down the mountain, across the land, put him on board u white winged ship, and sped him to his home in safety. That cost Givut Britain $33,000,000, and nmde General Napier Lord Napier of Magdala. That was a great thing (or a country to do-a country that has ail eye that can see all acroaa the ocean, all across the land, away up to the mountain height and away down to the darksome dungeon, one subject of hers out of her 88,000,-000 uf people, and' then has an arm strong enough to stretch across the same ocean, across the same lands, up the annus mountain heights, down to the aume dungeon, and then lift him out and carry him homo to his own country and friends. In God's name, who would not die for a country that will do that? MANV CATTLE KILLED. Another llasonlc lodge baa boon or* gaalaod at Calgary, aiaklag the fourth la that dty. (Medicine Hat News.) W. H. D'Arcy, general claims agent of the C.P.H., was in the city the other day and stated that> it had cost theC.F.R. about 818,000 last year to meet the claims made by owners of cattle killed ou the track. Some 83(100 of this amount came into the Medicine Hat district. This year the expense bill will be a high one for the C.P.U. to meet, as shown by the fact that Stock Inspector Dray has already handled 82350 worth of clnimo for the past month. The present system t)f re-imbursing the stockmen fur cattlo killed seems to bo au excellent one and the CP. R. ie to bo complimented ' on the prompt manner in which all Just claims are met. Inilooklng over the claimfl' book, citaoiB are to be seen where claims;made on Jan. 30 wore paid by Fob; 7. i An awl r�iiia ia awlio court will the tntura. bo hold at' Baking the Best Bread is more than a icience and more than an art. But It caa bt .| done quickly and surely by using fURiry Fuouii It is milled from the finest Western Canada Hard WheBt�s^ b thoroughly clean and hygienic, and rich in every autriBat > quality. , . ' Sold Xverywkere la .. The Oreal-DoBal�la�:r'^^;^;-^;:;vK-vJ-;S WEariRM cANABAPteuB BiltkaaaM uiaiwi siiiie St wiflnipoc. eeaofloa BHd:BMosea^^J: :...................**.................... iTRY WM. OLIVER I -FOB Evarything required ia the eonstnietioB Jof a Lumber aad aU fciadi of MUl Work mm X i^aer Baa au luatfa of wm ,Worh X 4  Do not send all your money to Calgary and CfanUeok^v^ ; Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry IqriiatfOBiBlAiisi  Oliver'B Planing and Lumber Milla. /. -:.^::r,:;ryi:sM ka;;#4 5 OflSoe, Yaida and i^ctory-Comer Bound and Bonpw IBtapalB| i T Telephone 163';;-^:;;;:.v;V:;,.;:;s.;,rsvft^ Mt-^jB a ��>�>e tttttt0a0000000tHMi| B E E r VI^E are selling more ,fieef' by the ^'W quarter than ever, before. Nisal threeryear-old steers. Boy your beef now, while it is in prime oonditioB.. D . Burns & Co. Impemtor Hams and Bacon. Telephone yi. ' � E r �o�0'ji>������������#�OfO�oootot#oo<