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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON LETHBHIDOE Ofte*~0U Block. Hoars-11 tOO 10 11:00 noes; siOO to $tOQ p, w.(TiO0 lo 1:10 p. sx. Telephone-OIBc* 01. Ite>lilrDM� 109 IS ATjYOUtt SERVICE, OR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over FUglnboUiauj's Drug Store Phono Office 1S5. House 94, Office hours-9 to 11 a.m., 1,80 4,80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Rambling Reveries I The echoes bound to a Joyful sound, But shrink from voicing care. 11 BIG CROWD COMING By a Dreamer, 3 Do not complain of your wife's extravagance with a cigar in, your mouth. to Uewure of the woman who talks about heaven in church and about hor ighbors on the street. We have had a wide experience in the fitting of glasses guarantee you satisfaction. Rrieesnre from $1.00 up. ave pleased others and can please you. Dr. P. H. Mewburn Office-Redpatli St. cor. Burdett Honrs-Before 0 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 1-8 p. m. Sundays-Ml) lo 51.30 p. m. Telephone 41, phardt Jeweler W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGIID PHYSICIAN, BURGEON AOOOUOHRR Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3,7-8 p. How many was tod (lower* are strewn over graves, of which ono small bud, pink with life ant) hopo and fragrant with sympathy, would have euned tha pain of some aching heart for won a little while, had they boon bestowed while the loved ono was with un. optician I Dm. DcYcber & Campbell T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Reel Estate, Intwnnca and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lends, etc., for sale' tor. cash end time. Full particulars on application. Physicians end Surgeons There are too many homos in which Ih heard only fault finding Instead of loving commendations, blckcringsand strife instead'of sweeet, happy companionship. Kcincmbcr like produces like in the life as olsewhere. May this bo borne in mind by all, and a constant effort made for purer, brighter homes. One of the first and hardest lessons which the novice has to learn upon entering the great busy world of toil and tumult Is that the rushing, struggling, striving pulllc has no) interest In the grief of any Individual It is too fully occupied with its own advancement to spend a thought or a cure on what does not concern or effect its welfare. When we come to investigate we will find trouble is universal and is more equal y meted out than we suppose. It comes to us all In one lorm or another, sometime!, ta dls- but is the same ugly spectre the mask is thrown aside. heart has Its own burden wealth cannot lighten, nor alleviate. It may be In the hidden depths, unseen by human eyes, hut it is there nevertheless, and will be until the spirit throws oft this "mortal ovll" and leaves it behind ; guise, when Every which honor Land Mtn Predicts * Stream of Imlgratlon to this Country. Maxwell C. Knowles, a well known land agent at Duluth, Minn., in a letter to the Herald sayst Everything points to an Immense rush of people to Alberta this season and 1 And that where a couple of years ago people were very much afraid of our Southern district, today It is quite a favorite and 1 expect the rush to that part of the country will be greater this year than In any other port, except possibly in the Vermillion Valley which Is a great favorite here. We have our first excursion listed for the 6th of March* and if the weather continues good out there wo will have a big crowd. OP i I? Oft K T _�- 4 +1 L r IMfs "Baking the Best Is more than a science and more than an art, done quickly and surely by using coming TO LKTHimfDOK. OiHces-OU block. Phone 148. Dre. McClure ft Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. block. Higinbothant's new The gleeful life of happy children Is the best homo music and the graceful figures of childhood are the best statuary. We are nil kings andqueens in the cradle. A home without a they only worry your friends candle; u garden and no flowers; a �vcx those who have no claim with its earthly tenement. The only difference Is that one has the moral courage to meet or overcome or else submit bravely to the inevitable, while the other makes no effort to lift itself from the stream Into which the tide of circumstances has placed it, but wastes the strength, which, if pro|>erly exerted would put it on its feet. In vnln regret* and useless repining. Whatever your trials and disnp -pohittnciits, keep them to yourself; and i Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrieter, Etc vine and no grapes; a brook and no !your confidences. Keep a bright face water gurgling and gushing in its ja cheerful word and a hopeful heart. (Craitbrook Herald.) Hons Tate, of Wm. F. Tate 4c San, has arranged to o|>en a Jewelry and ropair shop In Lethbridge, and ex. poets to leave for that city In a few days. Mr. Tate has grown from boyhood to manhood In C ran brook, 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* stltutlon In the oast, and stands today as one of the most competent upon u-tttcli repairers in the west. Mr. - f It Is milled from the finest Western Canada Hard Wheat* is thoroughly clean and hygienic, and rich in every nutrient 1 * ' r XI ; - - j - H quality. 4 _ Sold everywhere In Tha Great Dominion wcsTaati Canada rcoua wtLte oo.� UssMsa Mills at Wfnntpes* OoOaHaH aae � f - * J- . �r J- * � 1 . t omen, SOUTHARD SI.OCK Money to Lend on Town end Farm Property C. F. HARRIS i Barrieter. Advocate, Notary Publio Office-Oliver Block, upstairs. channel. Whoever takes a little child into his 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 garments with their little hands and impede our progress to petrification, they win us back with their pleading eyes, from cruel care; they never encumber us at all. A poor old couple with no ono to love them is a pitiful plcture;but a hovel, with a small face to nil a broken pane here and there, is routed of Its desolateness. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ APi'RHCIATJOX. Carry in your bearing the dignity of self-esteem and let the air of prosperity nt you like a garment. Extend to the world a cordial hand, and remember that life Is for the most part what we make it. Tate will make a success In !>eth* bridge, or wherever he might go, as he possesses the happy faculty of i "doing things*' all the time. The \ people of Lethbrldge will take to Mr. Tutu, because they appreciate a live, rustling, able business man. TRY WM. OLIVER TV FOR 3- , i- MITCHELL CONING Will Coifer with Mine Operators at Calgary. AN AMERICAN THTBUTE TO GREAT BRITAIN. Everything required in the construction |off a BviMing. Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and C ran brook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patroaistoff Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. - \ Senator Frye, in a speech, hostile |to Great Ilritaln, in the American ) Senate, is yet compelled to pay the .ollowing tribute to Its greatness: The Calgary Herald says that | 1 admit the greatness of Great Brit John Mitchell the International pros- aln. 1 admit she Is the greatest pow-ident of the International Mine or ever seen in the history of \Ue Workers, Is coming to Calgary next j world on the oceau, but I do not ad Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bontpas Streeta Telephone 153 DRE^iVCR , Appreciation is one of tho Finer a 1 Dlreotor and Emb�lmer!Uko emotions ol the human week to hold a conference with the Christ-heart. 1 ! mit sho is a friend of the United v I Alberta Mine Managers in regard to j States, pr that she has ever exhibited 1 the new scale *uhlch is to be present- t the slightest sign of friendship for us ! up 108 When you want DKAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE IfTHBRIDOE. AX** CRT A To look at motives and not at results is the right thing to do. How ed to the mineowners on April 1st. oftcntho best laid plans lead to failure. A word of appreciation has ted muny a dlscouruged heart to pick up BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL the broken threads and weave them into a new web after they had lain i NKWS FUOM A1.HION For Dentistry, Veterinary aud Surgical Work, call ou .. Dr. F. W. J. Johnston, Lethbrld|e Oraduate of Toronto Vateriaary Col. left at Uiginbothafli:* Store. i U. .1. Davis and E. Hunt went to the city on a business trip last week. , . . . , . Alex. Maxwell was a caller at D,J. among tattered Ideals for months or 1 ., . k 4, lotW #, � ,. . , m , X>avis on the 18th, on his way to years. Kind words bring memories'., . ..... , u�i. - B .this ranch on the Little Uov\ When he reached home he found thirty head of cattle in his barn. Geo. Wallace nearly met with a fatul 'accident one night recently. On W. SHAW, I thut echo through the years long after the lips thut uttered them have ! crumbled to dust. Children curry the > i memory of words of apprcciatiouwith them through childhood and often going to bed he filled the stove with jrecail ihwi. moid age when envelop- j wol coft| r|mJ flhut lhe filoV got too much fresh air that time. (Sco. Walsh was over to the Lundy settlement and bought a horse from his brother Tom. Mr. Hero nud'Mtss Bacti Wals)fare visiting at their uncle George's at ! present. Charley Blue bought a fine teum harness from A. Walsh. K. Hunt has been digging a welt f*�r I). .1. Uavis for tho last week. fused tho release. In less thau ten days after that refusal was received, 10,000 English soldiers, including 5,-000 Sepoys, were on board ships of wur, and were sailing down tho coast When they reached the coast they disembarked, marched across that terrible country, a distance . of TOO miles, under a burning sun, up the mountain, up to tho very heights in front of tho frowning dungeon; then gave battle, buttered down the iron jgatas end stone walls, reached down jinto the dungeon and lifted out of it |that one British subject, King Thco-fbnld killing himself with his own pis- I tol. They then carried him down tho HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS,]? HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. OLD TIMER WITH THIv mountain, across the land, put him i lie has gnno down AO foot and has jon |Mmrd u w HhJp ^ � t reached water yet, but he is go- , HJ)ed h|m lo hU ho|f|e m H(lfety Thftl � ing to stay with the job until he COHl 0|tml Dr|lft|n $35000(000( ftml strikes the pure stufT. no i Lethbridge. Lodge So. 2. mako a home. 1 not only admire to. KttU im Od4f�Mow*' Stall tftry Prlds; wring si e'cleck. TtsUlnf sieibrtn srs 1vav� wricom*. C.  Bennett, E.V. Doolay, To stop a cold with "Preventitt" is safer then to let it run and cure it afterwards. Taken at the "snuese stage" rrevxmtic* will head off all colds and Grippe, and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis. Proven tics are little toothsome candy e.ata per acre per annum, cannot b* granted an applicant unless fas owns on� head of cattle or five head of saeep for every 60 acres pplled for, and tha lessee shall increase his stock so as to be in possession at the end of three years of one head of cattle or Ave head of sheep (or every 20 acre* leased, and shall maintain stock ln this proportion ,h�T * Ooi�|>��y. the light burns forever, the one star thut darkness cannot quench, is woman's love. It rises to the greatest heights, it sinks to tho lowest depths. It forglvos the most cruel Injuries. A woman's love -in the perfume of the earth. This Is the real r love that subdues the earth; the love i that hos wrought all miracles of art; that gives us music all tho way from tho cradle song to tho grand closing symphony that bears tho soul away F on wings of Are. A love that is & router than power, sweeter than life land stronger than death" 'j made Oeneral Napier J.ord Sadler at Alugdala. That was a great thing j for a country to do-u country that ! has an eye that can see all across 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,- OLD BRANDS LigiTORS AND CIGARS IN A *6T A Just drop into my now* quarters and convince yonr* self that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alla*rta� 000 ot peoplo, and* then has an arm j cure tablets selling in � cent'strong enough to stretch across the HOUK same ocean, across tho same lands, | � TO RENT The farm lately occupied by Capt. A. B. McDcnnsll. deceased, coss-prising 340 acres, all fenced, part cultivated. 8 roomed house, furnace heat, comuiodlous staties, shads and corrals, situate 2J miles from Lelkv bridge. For tw'"1* *PP*y io L. II JOHNSTONE,- A*ve*ete- MANY CATTLE KILLED. H. E. MUX BACH, Proprietor (.Medicine Hat New*.) Every attention given the travelling publ I W. H. tt'Arcy, general claims agent of the CM*.It., was in tho city the other day and stated that1 it hud about $18,000 last year to meet the cluiins made by owners i of cattle killed on the track. Some I$3000 of this umount came into the Medicine Hat district. This yeur tho expense biil will be a high one for tho C.lMt. to moot, as shown by tho fact that Stock luspector Uray has already handled $2250 worth of claims for tho past month. Tho present system of ro-imbursfug the stockmen for cattle killed seems to be au excellent one and the CP. li. is to bo complimented on the prompt manner in which all just claims aro mot. In looking over the claims- book, causes are to be seen where claims made on Jan. 80 were paid by Fob. 7. Feed Stable in couutfotiou Telephone Landseekers' and Handler's Headquarters DAY ROYAL TABER, ALTA & Lemon Another Masonic lodge has been or* ganUed at Calgary, making tha fourth in that city. An asslie court will be Ferite in the future. held oTo:o:o:o:o:o:n;o:o:o:o:o: Rates $1.50 and 1 26 ;