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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta teryttilflg for Oilldren Babies' Long Dresses Underdresses Little Girls' DreBses, ia Muslin and Silk AU kinds of Woollen Clothes for Children C A. COOKSLEY. Vferlor Ip old Bank of Montreal Bldg. Badfttth St. Lethbridge. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time daring the summer to laying out new townsitea. Contract pi ices on application. ttsfOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Let h bridge. Sjpopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Gnaciag leases of Dominion Lands OMttiiable for agricultural purposes May ba secured in that portion of tfce Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town-38 and in the Southwestern por-ot the Province of Saskatcb- shall be for a period not weeding 21 years, and no leaseshall �ov�r a greater area than 100,000k �erea. Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel � leasehold, or any portion thereof toygiving. the lessee two years' not -Ice. The rental chargeable is two c�t� per, acre per annum. A lease ascot be granted an applicant un-Jesa he owns one head of cattle er �five head of sheep for every CO acres applied for, and the lessee shall increase his stock so as to be in possession at the end of three years of one head of cattle or five head of Aeep for every 20 acres leased, and �ball maintain stock in this propon-tiom during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only m. portion of the tracts above refer-Ted to. A map showing the sheep (razing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. -Deputy of the Minister of Interior. � If. II.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid Jar. Lethbridge, Lodge Kb. 2. Me�t* in Knfrh's of Pythias H"ll every Fr'diyr eveninit at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are always welcome. -A.. Niven A. B. Pipes k.G. Bee. sec WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets in the Knight* or Pythias Hal' every ��"let and 3rd Wednesday. Visitor* uhvayH �Welcome. lln, J. Stafford, Annie Da vies n. O. Rkc. sec. Court Star or Lethbridge, No. 8095 A� O. F. Meeift l�*t and 3rd Mondays tn each month a 8 p. m., In Oddf-llowB HaU, rto'ind St. VlsiilTiir brethren cordially w- Icrme, thos. heaton, c. r, a. m, ritchie. sec. Keep your money at home by rising "Our Best Flour" It lias no equal. Manufactured by ellison milling & elevator co, Letliliridge, Raymond, Migruth. � H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksmithlng and Horseshoeing. Hew buggies to order, carriage paint-teg, all kinds of woodwork in wag-as. windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain piclclers, bta-;k-nita cowl. LETHBnlDCl ALBERTA General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dag, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or f1rop a post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAIj must be paid for on delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge London, Jan, !).-The rsite of dis-xwunt Of  the Bunk 'of England remained unchanged todny at 0 pur mail. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Oflce-Ott Block. Honrt-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 to 5:00 p. bi. ; 7:80 to 8:30 p. m. Telephone- Office 68. Denlileaee 13a OR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflhw ever Riginbotham's Drug Store Ffeoae Office 125. House 94. Office hours-9 to 11 a.m., l.SO to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 9 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W.S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) physician, surgeon accouoheb Office-914 Redpath St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DcYcber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143 Drs. McClure & Stewart surgeon dentists Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. office, - - southard block I' Gossip from"! ^Alberta's CapitalJ Edmonton, Alta., Jan. 4.-The Society of Kquity held their annual meeting here last week. Tho meeting wns designated by many fine addresses io support of tho prlnciplo of public ownership ami control of public utilities and franchises. But at a meeting of 'theoratical reformers there Is sure to arise some enigma or paradox. The paradox in this case was tho statement of the organizer of tho society, Mv. U. C. Owens, of Inde especially in the west, done by tho Laurier government since it has assumed office; in view of the splendid service rendered to the Empire by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, especially in tariff, postal, and military matters, iu his influence with his co-patriots at Quebec, and in view also of the vast [ expansion of business, of revenue, of expenditure, tho past ten years, breaking up oil fixed procedure arid unsettling the safeguards which prevail at normal periods, the Advocate believes the Dominion government has given a service to, the Dominion, which ought) not to be overlooked by these. The wine women, and graft charges are being measurably straigh tened out, and, so long as men like pen**T, in denunciation of the tel-jFosU!r' Powlor' ct al arC d"*** �*> ephone policy of tho government of,TP^!}0?yj^SLOTT}T^*y Alberta. Mr. Owens is reported to havo denounced the government of Alberta for spending money on telephones instead of public roads. How such n statement can be made by such an advanced Socialist is unconceivable. Socialism, that is rational Socialism, aims at the widest application of the it does not lie with such as they to throw stonos at tho Treasury benches Let the opposition clear its' own skirts firsit, before attacking the government. Winnipeg Free l'ress.-"The public will have to coin a special epithet principle of public'for the Conservative writers who are ownsership and control as the talis-1 assiduously trying to shake confi-man for blighting monopoly. That donee in the commercial and financial Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Letbbrirlge MISS B. K. HARRISON, Graduate from Alma College, in Piano, June 1904, and post graduate June 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Redpath Street. is exactly what the telephone policy of the Alberta government has done. It has saved the province from the yoke of the Beil monopoly before it was placed on the necks of the people Tho organizer of the Society of E-Q-U-I-T-Y should be one of the first to commend the first government in Canada that had the courage to estab-ligh a telephone system for the peo-plo and by the people- Though it was never the policy of the Alberta Government to build our telephones out of current revenue, the strained condition of the money market during lt/07, the initial stages of which were manifest at the time the legislature was in session, rendered it inadvisable to negotiate a loan or float the bon'ls necessary for such an undertaking. Consequently this years operations will be met from current revenue, aud it is a matter of sincere congratulation that though this has been that not one branch of the public service has been starved. On the contrary the expenditure on roads and bridges is far in excess of last year, and iu the item of roads the amount expended will be nearly double that originally intended dur. ing 1907. This was done by the government with tlie avowed intention of giving tho farmers and laborers of the province a chance to supplement their earnings during a short year. The real intention of the government with respect to their telephone system is Lu borrow money, and charge the expenditure lo capital account. situation of Canada by the publication of half-truths, and distorted statements. The most deceitful of tho manoeuvres to which these economist's report is lo insinuate thut there is an absolute and essential con nection between the condition of our foreign trade and the financial situation, that the unsound basis of the former is the' cause of the stringency of money. Nothing could l>o more false, but backed up by the old prejudices about "balance �f trade" and other bogeys, the assertion of rather the vague insinuation finds credence in more than one mind. The present condition of our foreign trade is admittedly this-after ten years of unprecedented progress the returns for the current year (eight months clap- IDEAL IIUSDANDS AND WIVES It may be truthfully said that less than one-fourth oi tho' women who marry know' what they are doing. They lmvo no idea of what their dutit'9 are, much less Uicir rights. About all they knew is that they are getting married. ' Is there any wonder 'that so many are disappointed and wish themselves1 out of if? 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 an ideal wife. There's where the trouble lies'. They all want ideal husbands, but never seem to think that men want ideal wives. Men imagine that a wife will make them happy and women think that all they need to put an end to their troubles is to secure a husband, ilow sadly both are disappointed. The wifo who expects her husband to make her happy is foredoomed to disappointment; so is tho man who experts tho same from his wife. We make our own happiness, and in so doing we make others happy. Whenever young women begin trying to fit themselves for wives then a new social era will dawn. There will be more happy homes, less poverty, fewer' divorces, and a better moral atmosphere. There is a greatt deal of room for men to improve in the same lino. Comparatively few have definite ideas in regard to the home life they expect to live. If they do picture such a thing, they follow the outlines traced by some sentimental novelist. It is an impossible sort of a place, in which he Nectar takes the that makes all social life desirable, and lets his reason and Judgment bo led off by every will-o'-the-wisp that lurks nt every morass and slough to load, weak men to destruction? Should we need to fear if we do our noblo duty? Let us place our ambitions high to make men loyal and true. ADVICE 3,500 YEARS OLD One of tho oldest' books in cxlst-ance is a book of proverbs by IHahb-ot*>p, an Egyptian, who lived somewhere about the time of Abraham. Among his injunctions is the following, which we commend to the writers on women's emancipation, domestic economy, and other popular topics, who may thirik that the subjects they discuss are fresh and suggested by the increased intelligence of modern civilization: "If thou be wise, furnish thy house well; woo thy wife and do not quarrel with her; nourish her, deck her out, for fine dress is her greatest delight. Tur-pose to make her glud as long' as thou livest. She is a blessing which her possessor should treat ns becomes his own standing. He not unkind to hen.'' This counsel is none the less useful to her at the present day,, because 3,500 years have elapsed since it was given. L OUR LETTER BOX. 1 I sort) indicate that our import trade j installs on angel. ; that will | is filled with lotus. is still growing nt a" rate that will,ll,a�" of coin*, and 'the bread plate give an increase of some thirty millions over last year. On the other done hand our exports will probably show a slight decrease over the high figures of 190(1. In other words "the balance of trade" is against us, and that spells ruin in the eyes of the calamity howlers. If these gentlemen were sincere, they w'ould easily ascertain that there is nothing alarming, or even I di;t one hu.lt: . There is but one rule of strict morality that a man can adopt. That would Iks to live us pure and perfect a life ns he would have his wifo live, to avoid associations, habits njul language that he would have her avoid. The old idea of olio scale of-morals for the man and nn- (This Herald is not responsible fortius sentiments expressed in this column. All correspondence must be-nccompunied by the writer's name^ otherwise publication will be refused.. -Editor.) Editor of tho Lethbridge Herald, Dear Sir,-Will you kindly publish, in your vaiunble pa|�er these few lines-for the information of any Indian Mutiny Veterans now living in Alberta or Saskatchewan? I have seen in several papers that, there was n meeting of the Indian. Mutiny Veterans from all parts, held, in London, Eng., numbering all told, now living, .1200 both present an the^ are, in a great i 'ensure to blame for this. In their anx-. ly to put you forward Uw d;d that you were ilevjlo'i'i.; into u fool FIRE AT WINNIPE5G Winnipeg, Man., .Ian. 9.-Fire did considerable damage last night to the-gent's furnishing store of White .t Muinnhan on Main Street. Tho dam-ago to the slock was mostly by water and will amount to about thirty-thousand dollars, partly covered 1 reinsurance. She doesn't knmv cui'ii^ Th  the goose. not not;"' |to fT�t '� out' of Llle ra'"- sible way for you to do >s to upright down olT your high horse- an- Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations and they don't know it yet. They sincerely love ven nn-J (net- love take a good look at yourself. Ii .sou blinds their ey*. .. M./t other pt" pie j will do this you will find that vour notice it and it will become appaie, t . to your pareiUs by-and-by. Some- 0 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent'j'011 wU1 'vet Iliam of "the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not "availably but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable ontput of th* mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being pperated 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 coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered. necessary for the working of the v mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full in forma (ion application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W, CORY, Deputy Minister, of the Interior N.B,-Unauthorized publication of this a'dve'tisement will not be paid for. parents are not ashamed of you and and will go to work and make something, else than a simpleton of yourself. If you do not get your t-ys now vou will when your.chil- yoii ore ashamed of them, and it |They will treat you as you now ! treat your parents, and will not li'i-to blame, if you don't know any imorc then than .vou do now. of 'course we have no such young people that fine feathers in this community, but they are quite a foolish bird.' Look at numerous in Other localities. I Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter WejiriuBt sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. Our prices are right. If you don't believe' it come and for yourself. # P. Burns & Co., Ltd. TRY WM. OLIVER --FOB- Everything required in the construction of a Building. Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to bnild up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing a'nd Lumber Mills. J Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Bound and Bom pas Streets  Telephone 153 '"'"' % ;