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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta that Boy needs mtma And you can't do it any better than by getting him one of Lip-hardt's Dollar Watches. They are stem wind and stem set, fully guaranteed. Always have been sold before for 1.25 and 1.50. Our price $1.00. Wm. C. Liphardt Jewaler Optician T. E. Patteson ott block Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hiiil Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lauds, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. DR. P. W, TULLER rHYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Office-Over Ott'x Barber Shop. Hours-II :(I0 to noon; 3:i)0 lo f'-.Od p. m ; 7:1)0 to 8:3U p. m. Office Nl^iit Bell and Telepiboae DR. C. G. CRA6G PHYSICIAN AKD SUfliGEON 0>nc� owr Hiffinbothtiiu's Drug Storo Phono Olllco 123, IIouso 94. Ofllco hours-0 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mrwbum Office-Redpath St. oor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 1-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3(1 {.. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (NcGilD phtsician, suboeon acxx)ucher Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. -I Rambling Reveries By a Dkeamek. KCOXOMIZK. ''Yes, I'll economize, niy iKnir, Of coursa you know I will; I (eel that money has itcaa .scarce, AnU 4,liut U is ."^o still. My bcnncls shall bo very pin in, My dresst's very few; Still, 1 must dress bccouunjflj-, lu couipliiuent to you. But you must help in this as well- 'ihis notion's not muinma's- You really should stop smoking dear Those fifty cent cigars, And give up various "lUtlo games," That you have had in hand; I don't pro[K)SC to do it all, 111 lot you undiTstand." sight of his beaming face, tho sound of Ills h.appy voice, and tlie .s-ig'ht ol hio blessed daily life, carry convic -liun ibat woi\i.s liave no powxir to jji\e. 1 he Ijlues !kv before him as tho fog beioi-e the wind. A. R. fir I. Directors. ::::?::::??:::?:�:::: .^.^.^.^.:�x..^.;..^.:..^.^.:..^.:..>.;..:.^..' At the annual nivHjIing of Ihc .\ U. & 1. Co. in Lomion, I-^ngland, Col. ; Wodohouse was re-elected a dii\K:crty consists ot a colliery and a largo tract of prairie, which was practically imreinarkablo. and with which nothing could l)e done. Those gentlemen Conceived the idea of tap- DR. B. JACKSON dentist (riaduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicai'o. libSU.VXU AXD WIl'lO. I � ; O the union of husband and wife, ; which'is tho most Intimate and con-j lidential relatior-ficial admiration, the one for the other. These two have pledged to Olio another u lifi."-lons consecration. Their interests are to bo in conuiion. KoLh ng can alVect one without e'"a waters of the adjaoent riv-ly alVccting the othor. Tor weal or and irrigating tho property, with woe, tho,v have joined hands, ami to i'li" i^at land which was un- tho whole out.�!ide world thoy pre - j ^a'^'''" �"'ico "� Friday-Heavy Horses. ' Saturqay-Judging Contest. Two carloads of stock, picked from the best in the Province, will be used at the schools for demon-�titttion purposes. Besides this, the best animals locally will be �ecnced. An admission fee of One Dollar : will be charged each regular student. This money will form a fund voat of which prizes will be awarded ^ to those doing the best work at the fjodging contest at the close of each Htobool. GEO. HARCQURT.. - -I)ejDi3A9 Jlihister of Agriculture. " ton, Dec. 22nd, 1906. Ors. McClure & Stewart surgeon Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. �Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. We think that with most of us our personal surrouudia-is wield a great influoucv in making us happy or otherwise. U'e should Iheivfoix- slri\'c to make them always as pleasant as possible. So far as our means p^'r -mil we should sock to adorti our homes with all that is bright and pleasant. Viv are all familiar with tho boarding house advertisenu-'nts which promise "all the conu'orts of iiomo" for a few dollars per wivk and tjhough such advertisements aiio always sadly delusive yet they ai-o tbo strongest possible tribute to the fact that civilized man's highjst |'l"'he little riit has l)e;ii sulVerod ideal of happiness i.i in the life of, c pen the way for estrangomxMU. I the borne. I "^'*'o decidotl," said a man whose .. jlong life has been singularly tran- jMr. Oalt and th The secret of success in life is to :quii and satisfactory-"we decided, here." keep, to be pivserving, patient niy wlio and I, when wo wore mar-I romunjration of the directors of cal- >''Od, that we should never let tho 'for tho year cnde."{. M that schome rests on tho shoulder.% of gentlemen who sit W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. office, - - southard block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property r. T. BREWER r uneral Director and Embalmer I.CTRBRIOGE. ALBERTA BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on . . Dr. F. W. J. Johnston. Lcthbrid^f Oraduato of Toronto V�>terinary Col. nt^n left at Uiginbotham:s Store. W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modem translucent glass decoration. Leave,orders at Lethbridge Hotel. D. C. MOORC runeral Director and Embalmer Offlce-Kext to Prestytorian Church. Office Phone 102. Itcsidenco 130. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office^one door south | ami untiring in ihj pursuit ling you are following. Tho busy isi:n go down on any lack of on^s may now and then make mis- jbolwcon us. We should ask ono an-takcs. but it is better to risk thoso | other's pardon if nocossary, but we than to bo idle and inactive. ICoep | would never quarrel, doing, wlvether it be work or roci-ea- jot*>�'" should always give up a point tion. Motion is life and tho busiest on which both could not agree, and whaleAor else came to us, we iv.solv-od lo have no discord." are the happiest. Cheerful, active labor is blessing. An old pbiloso  pber says: "The firefly only shines on the wing." So it is with the ' THE Glili". mind; when onco we rast, wa dark- ! - en. I "Before we can sympathize -I others we must have siidored about Ask yourself hard erlain's Cough Kemc-'ly. Among the temperance man on fish i'ngi excursions i tens of. thousands who have ustd ,. this remedy, not one case na-s ivcr DAXOEns or a cold and how to AVOID THEM. MY, IT TASTES GOOD! ' That is what peoijle sny when they use that delicionsly flavored ten, KOLONO ^ You will be as well pleased when you use Royal Stuart Cott'ee. 1 SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other oaufw. This fact atone should make people more careful as there .s no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the bo-ginnln*. For many years Chan�'ber-lain's Cough Renwdy ha-i been recognized as tho most prompt and ef -factual medicina in use for ihim dis-easo. It acts on nature's plan, loos- i tns the cough, relievos the lungs, op- ; ealaco of rest, happiwi'-ss and inspiration of good work. These homes may consist of only two or three rooms cr may \xs paloces, yet the influence is always good. It is always such homes that make the world snx>oter and bettor, and experience shows us that tb-jy arc coumion in our country. jWell Known Hotel and Comtncrcial I Jlen Lose Their Way and Sloop i in Trunk. Lethbridge. Lodge Ko. 2. I.O./TOesO.F. Mcett In 0ening ono of the Itfrgo trunks, which Mi-. Koss had with him, thoy emptied tho contents into tho wagon. Thoy then placed Ihoiiisolves in tho trunk closing the lid aftr thani. Tho shelter vas just larg\> enough to allow thjra to sit �doun, allowing no Bti"otching room. After placing rugs about their shoulders they proceeded to enjoy tho Tho chief causa of in evening, Mr. in snicking and lifo is discontent. It is a peculiar .'Mr. lla-vtor in relating stories. Tho fo. the veulng of the 10th inst., until early mornlBg of the 16tb. Tho man whoso "ha! ha!" reaches from one end of iha street to the other may be tho s�.>iww-*"!-0"V~'wi5r 8cpJ**i-his'^~Wife and spanked bis bahy before ho got hisi breakfast, but bis laugiiter is only the crackle of thorns under tho pot. Tho man who spreads his laughter through his lifo-bcioro late breakfast, when ho misses the train, when his wlfo goes visiting, and ho has to oat' a cold supper: the man who can laugh when he finds a button oH his shirt,, when th-3 furnace fire goes out in the night and both of tha twins como down with the mflaslea at the sanu time-he's the man that's needed. Mo never telle his neighbor ito have faHh. Somehow be puts faith into him. no delivers' no homll'cs the roundiiigs and waking up at doy-broak thjy discovered that they were on 'the' right:road. Leaving camp at 8 a.m. thoy rcachc-d Magrath at 10. When questioned about the trip thoy lO'lh repliird that thoy enjoyed it im-monsely. Washington, Jan. 17.-Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois, six>aker of tho of rcpresentati\Tes, is a candidate for tho presidential nom'.na -tion. This s'tatoment was mado today by a close friend of tho speaker. AN INDLVN TO SENATFO. Washirvgtcn, Jan. 16.-Kansas is to have the distinction of boin^ thefirst state to bo repivsL-ntiod in the United States Senate by an Imlian. Charles Curtis, who has tioen nominatcvtitions at tho well, saj'f* that the flow of gas is greater than any yet struck at Medicine Hat. Thowell is now about ono thousand foot deep and for several vwks past the gas has been blowing off. In the city it is thought that Mr. Gunler has struck tho same mud strata which was found in tho local wells at a dopth of botwcvin fiOO and 700 fwt, and that ho will ha^c to go con.'*i