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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^�f.'V.-,'-- I f "Not on* man in ten rmd� book*. Tlw iMwapaiMr la partnt, aclMtol. ooUaga, put-pit. theatre, example. counMUor aU in one."-Wendell Phillips. What papers do you read ? Let us suggest the satisfying combination of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIDGB HEBALD We will send you the above two excellent papers ou a three months' trial order for 75c, and prepay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we a jo .satLslied, having once i-ead iheni, be content to do without tlieni. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resident of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will receive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. Herald, Lethbildge. .Mad to undersigned address the Winnipeg Dally Free Pi-ess and the Lethbrtdge Herald, postage prepaid, for three months, for which I enclose*75c. Xnme ........................ Address................... "The man jwrho is a subscriber to a good Local Weekly and a reliable Metropolitan Daily Newspaper may not always be a well infoimed citizen, but he has the materials to make him one." Here are the materials : 3 Months Each Post-fe Prepaid 75c L*tKbrldge Herald Winnipeg Free Press Just a trial offer at a ridiculously low price, to get you started; that is all we want. Try this combination of reading matter for three months and you get the habit. Just one condition attaches to the offer-you muet be a resident of Alberta. TO THE HERAUO. LETMBRiOGE. Enclosed find 7&c. for wblch mall to my address the Herahl and thie Winnipeg Dally Free Press Oar three nnonths each, po�tase prepaid. {Special trtaf oft'er. Name ...... Address. I Rambling Reveries 1 Bt a Dheamer, Unhappy poverty unhuppy love is not so bad as Marryiug wiUioul love building without mortar. � ltk� l.here is e^nough happi^-'iitis in. sis'ht if you could get iL. ctocuracnt should appear in Uiis do-partmemt, as it relates to th� hoAw. i Tho documtoit .a part is as follows: "I tim well aware of bow aifliiSuH it iti to pass a constitutional amt^nd  ttumi. Nevertheless In my Judgment the whole question o( marriago and divorce should be delegated to the authority of the national congress. At. present tifao, wide diiTerenoce In the laws of the dilTercnt atetes orj ibis su'b>oct result in scandals and tubuses iand surely there is no'thing so vttai-ly eaaential to the welfare of the nu'tioM, nothing erouod which t^he nation should So bend itaoU to throw every safeguard, as tJte home life ot the av-crag'8 citizen. Thi choai^e would be good from every standpoint. In ixirticular it vould bo good because .t would confer on tlvj ccmi^raHh the power at once lo deal radically and eflicinntly with polygamy; and this should be. done The buy who i.s courteou.s taWftrds otiliee boy'.s sisicra, but neglects his own is only u gontlemnn oa tho oul-j s:J,�u8;-�alj),. ui bunu: way pa.s,. for a j ,,h�ui�r or not marriagw aiKi divorce , but. tlu.s.. who Je dealt with by the : several states. Power to Kindness is suiiHhin.' in v.-hicli virtue grovv.s jtinn' ii.s a lti'l.\ ion Ihe .surface N'n oik; \v;is ovor an luiff"! by; jply Hdii'ting Lo !.-e i>w. Iv.X!]) ynui word with a Jou woti.d uitli a baiiK'pr. i-hild as nr, aton&moiK: tho ; Th'rp coriL-'S tinu's to u-^ wh sn wo don't know whii'ii way to turn, or which way to loofc for aid. .\o rami I or womnn livi;.s to niidilk! nga with -jout goinjT Ihrou/rii .soiibj haitl places. Hittfr exiierieiice conv, traii on^' that jsooks Hi.9 hi''!]), {."i t'lio Fr.i�., reiturned to the city for tile CUnatata.H holiday.^. '�'Ttoia la (Uy flr&t visit to Alberta and iiritiah Columbia. On pneviou.9 occaSiioos and durinjt tlie ttjcent visK Of the grain conun.ssion I liave been over the major /jortioa of Manitoba, Saskatchewan I hAvu y'.H to see. 'Cominu from Ontario tlie possibilities of mixed farmiiiiK in Alt^rta struck nie most forcibly. .The goo -graiAical .-jituation of the province n-akcs it desirable thtuL tlif^ir pro -ducts should be placed ou ih/? market in a conct'utratvcl form and certainly the whole prov,Tii.-e of AUx>rUi k-ods the mo.�t favorable conditions, ft is a mo.sil woudeniil province. | states. Power to deal with I 'All over it there i.s ou abundance I it should be conferred on the nation- ; of coal and in the nortJfej'n part i ,al governnwnt. ;apli.-ndid tlmijur. They are n^ar tha j i "When homj for minerals and they can i j when nwn and women . ccsise to re-|rais almost any ki'-"! of crop they gard A worthy famaiy life, with all have u mind to. in the northern its duties fully jKirfonnod, and all its ;>art all cercal.'i do well and in south-,responsibilities lived up to. as tho'em Alberta especially where they life Ijest worth living; then evjl days .have irrigation, they saem to be able jlor live commonwealth*are at hand, Uo srow anything, jclasses of our population, whore tho "1 -believe that/in a very few yo�i's birth rate ha,') .sunk below tlu> dvatU when ttiora of tlw; land is brought rate. Surely il- !'houKl ik^kI no under cultivation they will raise two demonstration to show that wilful crops in a j-euc. barle.y for e-\amfle, .terilitj' is. from the s.t�ndjK>ir.t oi followed by sonic other early matur-There ar(> regions in our land, and | 'ng crops. In the matter of barley the human race, the one .sin for 'as they can control the rooistiii'o I which (h? |>ei.ulty is national death, 'think they will be able to a jfiieat race dttith; a sin for which thf-re iK:e.\t�iit to control the color and tho REAL ESTATE t beg to aanounce that I hare opeQ�d 'an office in the LETHBRIDCE HOTEL BLOCK For the trgnaactiou of a genera'. Real Estate and Insurance Buslnes 1 um establishing connections with eastern and w^jtern [joints, both in Canada and the United States. If you Uitve uriyfhinK you wish to BeQ'list it with nic, it wiJl cost you nothinjr if I do not . effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I hav� not what yuu want, i^ive me a description and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. size of t>f'rry, and if this can l>edone a �''io which is 'moiv dreadful o.\actl\ in i>roportion |there wouKl be a market for an alias the nien and woiiir'n {ruill.v thrp--' mo.'it iininiitod (luantity of it in l�f are in other lespccls, in oharaol-' Knglnnd. ;pr. and IJodiiy and iiwntal powers "To in.\ mind tho whole qaiostion ! tho-so wiiom for the sak^" of the .sita-le , in AlborUi i.n one of transportat.on. it Would t>e well to spfi th>^ faitliers and molhcr.>* of many h^MXlthy chil- lead you out. . di�ties of can .shrink life, whether tor primary love oi lease ar.d pleasure, or for an J- otlii^r {cause, and rotnin his or her wili -respect. a h. b. OSLEU ,STOnY. There is nothing so healthful in Ihi.s world as a cheerful lu>art I a i disposition to look on tlwi rosv suif-of p'.xrything. Trouble is not a phy-�ic!il ailment, liut a iii�;nial condition. It is hard on the brain, hard or. the iHKiy ami hard on your friond.q. .V cioar conscience, a bravo .Osier recalls to memory the son who (Toronto .Saturday .Vi',-ht.) Tho contenary of Mrs. FHjath�r9-ton j heart and a healthy liver mear.f, a j lonf,- and happy life.  It i.s th.^ nii.s-take of the,age to worry and fret over things that cannot b!s on '''i'''^e'' than that, and certainly tlw which lo form Iheinselvos. and when I "'""iLer who liad heard mokt of tJie a ihiid learns that it.s nioilur has , distingni.shed l-anadian public spe*k-i deceived jt. .soni;-lhing is lost forever ;c�s. Ui'Ver encoun-ttired any other oivi-j from il.s nature. The ket-n eaih>d liy the thai. liaVi.. pa.s.swi, .s offered that the I world will be wisi'r and UHter (or I His comiiifr'.' Hhal lius been done in 1 the year ju.st drawinp; to' a. clos>.! is ^ the promJM .ind prophfcy ot better jthins^ to come iti the one .-il who.se j portals we fiti'.nd.  \\c kiunv not jwliat the Xew Voar m,-i.v brinS forth �but we Icmjw that of i'Jial wn.s .g-ain-icd for mankind in the oi-o that i.s ju.'.t finishing its course, uothin^ will i Ix; lost fJiiit i.=i fiL to .survive. It w.ll iktcp on adding to tiie domain of [hiiiiwin knowledije to the domain of nwn ovor the forces of nature. Truly, likeru is no pnusii in the per- , thing ei.se oceurro.\co!Ienl laiii))-sh,Tde, and a.s he rose to cross-oxamne, he r''norting country of the .Ve.icr-lican Continent. j "Once AliKTla can Ret her wMe.it to the seaboard for the sanie lato WT mile as it costs the prairie to tsike it to l''ort William she will be in a position to j^'onipe^"- in the trwir-kots of the worlfi, end 1 am convinced that tills day in not .ar dis- Itant. When in need of n OR COOK STOVE Call and tee Our Stock and yow nrc sure of being aatitfied The Leading Tinners, Plumbera, Steatn and > Hot Water Fitters. Telephone U6. i the Botel JWintfoit I FRED. ROONEY, -PROP, GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVEUNG PU8UC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER % KATLS ,.*l.50 A DAY LETHBRIDCE - ALBERTAI "liriiS'h f'olunibia is not at pres .1 ^ 'ent thi nuirUet for Alberln products ) gxfrtS^CiXslSKi!rrrrrr'*^^ I that iiilg-ht >�' supiio.sf-d. Thj- popu - i $> : lation is not large and their own ' ^ J^C^^^^^^I-' production of grains i.s nicreiising very rapidb'. In !h � nialt-"r of oats, for example, Urili.sli Colutnbia mrely if over, ttikes any from .-Vllieria. ni>d at the piy^sent time fJriti.sii Colum -bia is c^irrying overship of thirty-IU,. wus organ-fruitag'a in lii^. year wliosv^ opening j iK:d at Wesley church on Friday last iga.tes we are utout to enter. Lumin- and will hold its meetings every Fri-j ous as ha-s Ixvou the pa.at, its light day night nt 'l.l.'i p.m. The orgnn-has penetrated only *-lte fringe ot the � i^ation was effected throug)) the pns-dark tnnsa of b.trbrtrismr, of ignor-i tor Hev. .J. E. Ilugihson and the atice, of poverty, which still darkens | Siiperinfei-.d'ent Mrs. W. Jordan. Tlw (I large part of the world and the un- jroUowiRg ofVicers were ehict-ed for tho itary-Valeria Crofts Treasurer-Will Ilalay, Fianist-Maud Pierce. The following colivuners of com \ie I : W WWW WW w V W W'W'W ^^^w WW W^3^ ww^ -m^^ ^ ^ i led states. � \ .StU|>ondoiis as seems \)\^ progress j th.7 world has made awn in our day, it has.brought us only to the foct- I hills of the vast asceivt. whose far oH j. KumuMit.H, rising wiUi tli.j ccntiu-ies I will bo crowl*'! with tho glory of 'milttvs were also elQcled'. that now d.ay when wars shall ceano ! Ijookout-\'iolii Moore, and poverty and crime shall l>o no '�. Mi-ssioniry-I'hil. Oalbratth. more, and the parUameut of man ' Liteiw-y afid Social-Es-tella shall proclaim the reign of righteous | Piarmid. ness and peace throug-hoiit th.^ fr..iai-- Musical-Iva Switzer. ation of tho world. Vlsiiting-Gladys Oliver. �A "�eoQald head j (Biikes the ovmar wear a ht�t Let the customer first seie ih^it the goods are better, and then !>.ay ,'iiur say or answer qitesttons. Every nwin make/ 40 per cent, mis,-takes, but tha suyjessful man makes his when they ^on't count agftiU'st him, The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the fravfUing public Feetl Slablfc in connection Tijlephou* IT Landseekers'anditanuhci'u tltiAdquArti:!^! RAXES,. $1.00 PEIR DAV TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OP- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIBbN m ;