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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta berytttM fir HUm Long Dreatet Uttfc la M Win and Bilk All of Woollen Clothet for Children CA.COOKSLEY. Ytrlor ia old Bank of Montreal Bldg. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Block. :00 to noon; RwifeMt St. lAthbridge. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor UTitt devote entire time during the iummer to laying out new Contract piioei ou application. IB-Office at the Coaldale Hotel, i i Lethbridge. of the Grazing RejuU titis for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and AlbcrU. of Dominion Lands for agricultural purposes secured in that portion of Province of Alberta, lying Soutn oltae Korthem boundary of Town- 38 in the Southwestern por- Of the Province of Saskatcb- DR. C. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON Hifmbothaei's Druf 135. Houw [Gossip from j I Canital Edmonton, Aita., Jft doty -of Equity held 'meeting here last week. The So' their annual The meet- 9 to 11 p.m., 1 to 8 P-m. 1.30 to Dr. F. H. Mewbuni Office--Kedpaih St. cor. Buidett. 9 a.m., 3-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p, m. Telephone 41. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHER Office-914 Sedpath St. Phone 53 Houre-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m especially in the west, done by the Laurier goveruinent since it has as- sumed office; iu view of the splendid services rendered" to the Empire by Sir Wilfrid JUurier, especially ia ta- riff, postal, and military matters, in his influence with his co-patriots at j Quebec, and in view also of the vast j expansion-of business, of expenditure, tho past ten years, breaking up all fixed procc-dure ami unsettling the safeguards which pre- vail at normal periods, the Advocate believes the Dominion government has given a service, to. the Dominion r Rambling Reveries ing was designated by many fine ad- dresses in support of the principle of public ownership and control of pub- lic utilities and franchises. But at a meeting of 'thebraiical reformers there sure to arise some enigma or par- adox. The paradox in this case wasjcnargcs atv being measurably straigh ill social life desirable, and reason axul judgment bo led oil by every will-o'-the-wisp that Hrks everjMiiorass slough to lecul weak men to 'destruction? Should we need to four if we do our noble duty? Let us place pur ambi- IDEAL HUSBANDS AND WIVES It may be truthfully aaiU that less than one-fourth oi who marry what -they are doing. They have no idea of what their duties arc, much less rights. the statement of the organizer of the society. Mr. 11. C. Owens, of Inde- which, not to be overlooked by t About all they know is that they are getting married. there any wonder -that so many are disappoint- The wine women; tened out, and, so long as men like Foster, Fowler, et ai are cheered and denunciation of the teHeupported by Conservative party Let the opposition dear, its own befons attacking the gov- skirts eruinen ephone policy of the government not lie with SUch as they U Alberta. Hr. is reported toj throV stones at the Treasury have denounced the government or Alberta for spending money on tele- phones instead of public roads. How such a. statement can be made by such aa advanced Socialist is uncon- ceivable. Socialism, that is ration- al Socialism, aims at the widest ap- plication of the principre of public for the Conservative writers who are ownsership ar-d control as the tails- assiduously'trying to shake confi- man, for blighting monopoly. That dence in-the fommereial and financial tions high >to make true. men loyal and YEAUS OUU One of the oldest books in cxist- ance is a book of proverbs by Ptahb- an Egyptian, who lived some- where about the time of Abraham. Among his injunctions is the follow- ing, which we "commend to the writ- era on womeii's emancipation, dom'es- ed and wish themselves1 out of if' tic economy', and other popular top- It is perfectly right that a woman should have an ideal husband, but moro important, that she should have a distinct notion of what constitutes ideal wife. There's where the trouble lies. They all want ideal husbaiKls, that raen but. "-never to think want ideal wives. Men ,r imagine that a wife will make them Winnipeg Free mtl .women thiuk that all they la will have to coin a special epithet DcYcbCT Campbell jis exactly what the telephone policy Physicians and Surgeons Officea-Ott block. Thone 143. Drs. McClure Stewart SUBGEOX DENTISTS D- Higinbotham's new block. Office a.tu. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 be for a period not. 21 years, and no leasesfcall cover a greater area than 100.0CMJ Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the .Mhtijiter of the Interior may cancel Iwsefcold, or any portion thereof fcygivitts the lessee two years' not- ice. The rectal chargeable is two per, acre per annum. A lease -moot be granted an applicant Tin-' lose he head of cattle Itead of sheep for every 60 acres Applied for, and the lessee shall in- crease his stock so' as to be in pos- at the end of three years of one "bead of cattle or five head of riheep for every 20 acres leased, and maintain, stock in this propor.- during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-grazing Is permitted on only portion of the tracts above reier- to. A map showing the sheep Brazing districts may he secured on to the Secretary f the Iteportment of the Interior, Ottawa. W. TV. C01TY. .Deputy of the Minister of Interior. y. publication of advertisement will not be pai-d DR. O- COURTVCE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Koom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTH A KD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Baxristez, Advocate, Notary Public Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG of the Alberta government has clone. It has saved the province from the yokg of the Bell monopoly before it was placed on the necks of the .people The orgajiizer of the Society of E-Q- U-I-T-Y should be one Of the first to commend the first government in Ca- nada that the courage to estab- situation of Canada by the publica- tion of half-truths, and distorted statements. The most -deceitful of the manoeuvres to which these econ- omist's report is to insinuate that there is an absolute and essential con nection betTCen the condition of our foreign trade and the financial situ- ation, that the unsound basis of the neeii to put an end to their troubles is to secure a husband, ilow sadly both are Disappointed. The wife who expects her husband to make her happy is foredoomed to disap- pointment; so is the man who ex- the same from his wife. We make.our own happiness, and in so we .mafce others happy. Whenever'young women begin ics, who may think -that the sub- jects they discuss are fresh and sug- by the increased intelligence of modern civilization: "If thou be wise, house well; woo thy wife and do not quarrel with, her; nourish her, -deck "her out, for fine out of current revenue, ligh a telephone system for the peo- former is the'cause of the stringency, pie and by the people- Though it of money. Nothing could be more was never the- policy of the Alberta backed up by the ol-rl pre- Govermnent to build our 'telephones judices about, ef trade" and "'other bogeys, the assertion of ratber the vague insinuation finds credence initial stages of which Jin more than one mind. The present manifest at the 'time the legis- condition of. our foreign trade is ad- lature was in-! niit-tediy tea years of-un- advisable "to negotiate a loan or jprecedented-progress the returns for float the bonds necessary for such' an j the current year (eight months elap- condition. of ing 1907, were the money dur- undertaking. Consequently this' sed-) indicate that our import j years operations will be met from'- is -.still- growing at a'.rate that wUl; and it -is a matter' give an .Increase of" some thirty inil- of. sincere lions over, last "year. .Oh the though this has been, done hand -our experts will' probably show- that not one of the a slight decreas. public service has been starved. On 6f, to fit themselves for wives then a new social era will dawn. There will be more happy homes, less pov- erty, fewer' and a better moral atmosphere. There is a great deal of room for men to improve in the same line. Comparatively few have definite ideas in regard to the jhoiae.'life -they'expect to live. If they do. picture such a thing, they follow cthe outlines traced by some sentime'ntaj novelist. It is an im- place. in which he -takes the of coffee, and 'the bread plate is'filled with .'lotus.' dress is 'her greatest delight. pose to make her glad as long as thou livest. She is a blessing which her possessor should treat as be- comes his own ..standing. Be not unkind to heir.'' This counsel is none the less use- Herald not responsible tor the sentiments expresswl in this col- umn. AH correspondence must be- accompanied by the writer's otherwise publication will be refused. Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, Dear you kindly publish in your valuable paper these few for the information of wry Indian Mu- tiny Veterans now living in Alberta or Saskatchewan? I have seen in several papers that there was a meeting of the Indian. Mutiny Veterans Iroin all parts, held. in London, Eng., numbering, all now living, TiOO both present on the pension roll and reviewed by .Lord -Roberts. 3i !this letter should. be seen by any in no matte 17 what part of tiie Dominion, I should. very much iUcu with name ti'hd Lord Roberts in .-..'those, tragic, times- both in-Meerut and Delhi. I am cer- tain that any memorial sent to Lord. Roberts on behalf of itutiny Veter- them to write address, as I knew given. AUIO ARE Young men did you ever think who drunkards are? Drunkards are drink, ing young men grown up. If then, there were no drinking young men there would be no drunkards. But di-inking young men come from? AVhy. of course-, they come from the children. If all the ch-ildi-en were, pledged against the use of everything that can intoxicate, there would be no drinking 3'oung men. and consequently, no drunkartis.' Remember that .drunkards aa-e drihk- aml ful to her at because iaiis granted, such as an in- years have elapsed since it was of pension for old age veter- ans and other natural causes wbo- arn riot able td.'.earh a living- I anx in rcceir-t of an increase of pensioiii for the last 15 months and I wotild be happy to give advice to any vet- eran as to what, s-teps are to be tak- en in app.H-ing lor ah increase of pen- sion, to the pension "authorities at. Ottawa. And further, I would like to an Army Veteran's Society of the? Indian 'Mutiny...Veterans, particularly those, if any, living in the. .provinces, of Alberta and Saskatchewan arid! to appoint a meeting in some central place and put .our 'views together for the bcneflt of all, and submit 0-ther show- over the high figures words "-the bal- the cbrctrai-y the. expendi-uvre on of is against us.'-'and roada and bricigt'S is far in excess of jth'at speils'ritiu. in the eyes of the fa- last year, and in the item of roads j lam'ity-howlers.' .33UT RUL'E There is but one rule of strict mo-j that'' a ibaii. can "adopt; his ha- That would'be as pure' perfect a, life-, as he would have wife live, -to'.avoid Associations. If these V ge'tttlemon were sincere..! bits and -language that he-would they? easily ascertain her avoid. The old one there Js alarming, or even scale Of- morals for the maoi and; an- present situat other' for the woman is very wrong. ing young men grown up, WMSC [vieU.s toxord Roberts by a memor- clriukirig young men arc' unpledged x hatia paper clippino: children grown into young men. Let me; stating'that thera well the diildren. r- art of Lucknow now living iirt the district of -STanto-n.'.John Fra- !zier." I -wouiu much of people i v i acquaintaucc by correspond-. [ence and hope of meeting -m. 'the future. 'a Jriend .of and [mine, bt name Mr.. Russell; who lives- c, we see" luindi'eVts ing hither and beck'of odd invitation, and re- flect how few of them Avill ever lift themselves out of mefli'ocrity, the amount expended will be nearly double that originally intendecl dui-. ing 1907. This was done by -the go- vernment with .'the'., .avowed.. intention of giving the farmers and laborers ofi'Like' 'every young cquntry. receiving; and until a young man is-ostracised the to supplement i people and capital -from abroad: for [from society by, the-same act that their earnings during a short achieve anything either within "or without, we 'see what'is wanted. It i.s-'less'subjection to fickle'-impulses-'' arid, chance lures, j1" ;m; more sensibility to great pdzes, with !some; r.j-i a girded, resolution to toil '.hei-Qicaii- thesh'in that solitude. ;df the Nan ton.. If Mr. J ohn see'him.he could .tell.'him wha .Local papers please copy and 7 Vrii the means of of those old Indian '-warriors- of t-liat" dreadful Lethbridge, Lodge 2. Higinbothain Block. Letlabridge B. K. HARRISON, development of its resources, we J would turn the young woman out wie lhe father The real intention..; of the government ;must show a suurplus of imports Sthe '.cold-world, social stancUng is a j t -i i with respect to fneir telephone sys- j That excess has averaged some fifteen farce. tern the the expenditure to capital' account. In -the palmy da vs.'of the little ones. No JTQ ''WAYWARD SONS AND TERS Sons and daughters listen while we in, and over 50 years ago. redeemable'in .tims.'hy a sinking fund.p_ often irnportfd more than 530, sou or daughter should be allowed to This year Sou miles of trunk lines; Oo6.000. for home consumption in ex- .feave the shelter of home ignorant of were "built ami a number of exchang- exports' of domestic, pro- -those principles that underlie good tell you something- you FARMER'S HEAVY LOSS Graduate from Alma College, in es established of the appropna- andU- Albe'rta.. the Yukon _Tem ory, the; wash- now you thcmj anfl- it dron grow- up, OfQce Ffeone 102. .Residence A. v. ,J-West Territories and British may be leased for a term 1-board, clothing and Ivou are ashamed of .householders within ah area of nine struck hundred men' hundred and sixty acres. The ployed bv the Michigan Centra! Rail- or twenty derrick engineers j tweilty.OIie years at an annual vill WINTER SESSION Opens .Tai'UJirv fith in Buwiiffp. Shprthand. English and of the Gurhutt Bvifiness rol'efi'i. Hilary. Our proHpft'T-Js explains cur ciip--rionTy wHte for it to F. G. Garbntt, Principal. of this distinctive feature of our li- cense law is brought in strong light way tunnel under the Detroit river will be thrown out of employment when compared with that of Ontario! for the remainder of the'winter. The of men declare their wages were cut 40 to 30 cents per hour and they H. FOWLER CO. General Blacksmrthing and Horaeshoemg. bugySen to order, carriage paint- all icinds of woodwork in wag- JM, wiadroills, fanning mills, cream grain picklers, coal. X.ETMBMDGE. "When you require your gardens plongheci, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US. or phone 201, or r1rop a post card in the office, yonr order will receiveour prompt atten- tion. ,COAJj must be paid for on delivery. Residence and stable of the barracks. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge 108 When you want DKAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Jan. Kite of dis- -bt ine Bank 'of England ife- unchanged today at G per in 30 minutes. ?Vncl Price GERMAN AYest of Bentley Co. or Quebec. .During the period construction of the G. T. P. the Do-i minion governing found ncc- H11 not resume work. until the to proclaim a prohibition'-zcnc-! schedule of waees is restored. of -twenty 'miles on each side of the right of way in no liquor is to be sold or kept. This proclama- tion applies especially, to Qntiario, Quebec, and that port of Manitoba] east of Winnipeg. Jt was not found nexxjssary to enact such a in Al- berta. The law, too. is being car- ried out and the sale of liquor con- fined strictly to the license regula- tions. The regulations aim primar- ily at controlling- the hotel business for the convenience and service of the public. They are educated -to raise the status of the hotel business and' make the howlclrics of the province fit places for the travelling' public. Since -the winter season set in a num of licenses have been suspended on account of insutficisn-t heating fa- ta'ry condition of the premises. Such suspensions had a wholesome ef- fect, and generally, tho hotel owners have complied with the regulations i to Ili5 j the -License DeparLmcnt before the I period of suspension hnd expirpH. To -11 11 I than acres will be leased made to: the Agent oir old Torontoii, Jan. 0. the union last night it was reported that tho works'of the Collingwood s-vipbuilding company were closed down o difficulties 1 with employees. keep hotel, or. not to keep hotel is At ,1 meeting off the question that is up to man in the hotel business in Allwrta. The Government, no option. Announcement Ou and after Dec. 26 we irill conduct a solely cash business. Our patrons will kindly take notice. We have to pay cash for onr goods and cannot get a business. LH.FWI1SCO, Kotl r> In view of Advocate the groat creative 12-6 of "the district in the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land mnst be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application mnst be ac- companied''by a fee of which will be refundedJf the rights ap- plied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable ontput of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coaJ mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase, whatever available surface rights may be tor the working of the "mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should bc.ina'de to the Secretary of X ithe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub- v Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, .Deputy Minister, the Interior publication oAliis .adveHisernent Till not be paid for. thing, else than a simpleton of you-.- "If you do not g-et your c-yj-s. when your if you ever raise any. clear old hearts. Xowj They will treat you as you now happen, tell you treat your parents, and will ...not b, that your father knows as to blame. 3 a-whole trainload of you. j more then s fine but'course we .have no such young fine feathers in this community, but they are quite numerous in other localities. u you than don't kno'-v vou do nov-'. cover many-a foolish bird. Look at Save Money by buying Beef by the .Quarter Wtininst sell 100 head of export by December 1st. Our prices right. If yoo don't believe it come aod see for yourself. P. Burns Co., Ltd TRY OLIVER Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not. send all your money to Calgary and Cmnbropk. Help to build np Lethbriage anda.Ipcal industry by patronizing Oliver's Platiing arid Lumper Mills. OrBce, Yards and Bound and Bom pas Streets J 'Telephone' 153 ;