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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Chat Boy needs Watching And you can't do it any better than by �otting him one of Lip-hardt's Dollar Watches. They are stem wind and stem set, fully guaranteed. Always have been sold before (or 1.25 and 1.50. Our price $1.00. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler Optician DR. P. W. TULLER rHYSlClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE }fftce--0�er Ott'n Barber Shop. Hours-11:1)0 to l?:txi noon; 3:iH) 10 f*:Of> p. �n ; 7:(M) to 8:30 p. in. Off'ce Night Hell and Telephone Rambling Reveries i By a Dukamkii. --! DR. C. G. GRAG6 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ovur ttiglnbothiiru's Drug Store Phone Omco 12(T. House 94. Ofllco hours-0 to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. ECONOMIZE. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office- Redpnth St. eor. Burdett. 'You, I'll economize, my deux, Of course you know I will; I fool that money has Ixvn sen roe. Anil that 11 is �o still. My btnnols .shall lw very pin In. My dresses vory few; Still, 1 must dress becomingly, In compliment to you. Hut you must help in this as woll- '1 his notion's not mumma's- sijjit of his benniin,: face, the sound j of li's happy voice, nntl llio sight ol | his blessed daily lifo, cany eonvic -lion that words have no power to give. i ho blues lloe before him as the log boi'oiv iho wosi wind. Ho comes Inlo his own hoitvj liko n flood ot sunshine iiwr u meadow of bloom-, ing buttercups, nml his wAfo nnJ thildi'in blossom in his presences liko .dune roses. His homo is iixlolont with sympathy nml low. 'Ph.' neigh .hot-hood Is boiler for his lifo, nn.I �somebody will Kxiru of him tlull -laughter is better thnii tours. Tho world no';U this man. Why are tiioro so fow liko him? Can hj bo i:ivttted.� Can ho ''o evolved? Why is ho not in e\ety houso, turning 'ruin into shin.- an.i winter Into sum- mer all tho year round until lifo is Hours- Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.ttl..| v�u really should Btop smoking dour |u perpetual season'' 1-8 p. in. Sundays-2.30 to 3.301 m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGilD PHYSICIAN, SUBOEOS ACCOUCHE!" Office-Burdctte St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Those fifty cent cigars. And give up various "little gnmos." 'lhat you havo had in hand; 1 don't |>ro|H>sc to do it all, I'll lot you understand." Ill. SHAXD AXI) WII'K O the union of luisbiuul und wife which'is tho most \ntimato unos�iblo. So far as our moans p. r -juiit wo should stvk to adorn our [ hotiK idle and inat'tiw. Kovp do.nrf, wlK-thor it be work or roviva-; lion. Motion is lifo and tho busiest, are the huppiost. Cheerful, active , ; labor is blessing. An old philoso -'pher says: "The flrclly only shilics on tho wing." So it. is with the iniiiU, when onco wo r.-sl, we darken. "l Ask yourself hard questions ulmut yourself, find out all you can ni-uut 'yourself. Asevrtmn from original Funeral Director and Embalmer 'iwurcw* if you ore really the manner __ lot wan you Buy you are; if you are always honest. i{ j(,u always toll tho square perfect truth in business deals; If your life is.us good und upright at eleven o'clock ul nighi u.-, it is at noon: if you are us good u lemiHtrunco man on llhb'^i? excursions an you are at a Sunday School pic niC; if you ure us good when you lmi out of the city us you are ut hum ; if, in short, y0u uro th> sort oi a man your lather hopes you are u"J your Hvxvthottrt bclievos you to *>j. HEAL 11UM Thonhip on earth, there must le something more than su|km--flcial admiration, the one for the other. Those two have pledged to olio another a liir-lonti consecration. Their interests are to bo in common. Xoih ng can affect one without iNpml ly alVoci.ing the o'.hr. For wo��l or woo, tboy havo joined hands, un.l to the whole outside world th'.v pro  sin it united front. And yet if testimony should b' taken, it would be found that many married people l;a\e not been perfectly happy during I he years of wedlock. There has I een disappointment Tho lute rilt has bo n sulTon^l to cpen tin way for estrungoin>>nt. "Wo deuided," saiuce between us. We should ask one another's pardon ii ii'cossary, but wo would never quarrel One or the othjr should always givo up a point on which both could not agree, ami 'whut/ver olse came lo us. wo r.-solv-cd io have no discord." jnnd aciunon of these dlivclors. Our proiH-rty consists of a colliery and a large tract of prairie, which was practically unremarkable, ami tvitfo | whjch nothing could Iv done. Those ; 'gentlemen Conceived the idea of top- ! ping the waters of tho adjacent rivers, and irrigating tho property, with ihe result that land which was tin- i snWble at any price has Uvn ron-wrt.d into property selling nt 81JI. j 'und now at 820. On the prulrle the, 1 nck-hunl his been rendered some - j what more accessible and valuable ' for asricullurists and pnstomllsts. Those results are due, in my opinion , mtlrely to the conception cf the tr-, ligation scheme and the credit for that scheme rest* on tho shoulders of Mr. Unit und the gentlemen who sit here." | The reinun."ration of the director* for the year ended .lune 30. lt>0d. was li.xml nt il'J.OOO and a similar amount was voted then for tho current year. DRRYING. Tf you wish dmying or moviitfr of any kind done, nil on m. We havo tlio largest and liest equipped carl aire l>nsin"0 ,,en awl women belong Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BROD1E Stock Judging Schools The two.day Stock Judging Schools hold throughout the Province during previous years, huv-ing aroused a desiio for fuller information, the Department of Agriculture, nssisU-d by local or- j runeral Dlroctor and Embalmer gamzatvnns, has deeded to hold1 more extended schools for the study of live stock, as follows: Medicine Hat Jan. 7 to 12 Magrath Jan. 14 to 19 High River Jan. 21 to 26 Inniafaii Jan. 28 to Feb. 2 Live animals will bo brought into tho class room for demonstration purposes and a corps of competent instructors will bn in attendance at each meeting to give full instructions as to the desirable and undesirable conformations of the various animals. Evening meetings will bo held, at which lectures on breeding, feeding, und caring for live stock will b� given. Speoinl instruction will bo given in preparing animals for exhibition and handling them in the show ring PROGRAMME Monday-Grade and Fut Steers. Tuesday- Puro breeds of Beef Cattle-Block Test. Wednesday - Sheep, Hogs, and Dairy Cattle-Block Test. Thursday-Dairy Cattle and Light Horses. Friday-Heavy Horsos. Saturday-Judging CouteBt. I More fatalities havo tholr origin In -_^-. I or result from a cold than from any THE Ciltll*. j other cauws. This fact atono should - i make people more careful as there .g "Iloforo wo can syinpnihizn with j no danger whatever from a cold o;hein wo must h:ivo suffered our - ' whan it Is properly treated In tho bo-solvtB." No one cun realize tho suf- ginning. For many ymm Chambor-ferin^ utti othiT und huivvi W.lll the vol hi. Their homos are not pl.io. -s for jI.ow, but what thu name implies-plucu of rest, huppni'ss an I inspiration of good work. These homes nmy con-siRl of only two or thico rooms or may lw palaces, yet tho influence) is always good. It is always such homes that nuike the world sw-vvtor und betUr. and expericn'e shows us that th-;y are couuuon in our country. (Ma:;ruth I'ioiukm'j On Wednesday at ."> p.m. Mr W. Ikivli. proprionor of the .Magrath Hotel and Mr. Koss, Toronto, left itiiyinouil to collie to Magrath. I twin.; lo the depth of tho snow, they trail was lo�t. �After wnn lenng up and down the i-ouli-c uirtil IO o'clock, finding and los ng the road several tliiu>s, they pave It up and decided to camp th-ru till daylight. 0|h>ning on.' of tlu lifrg:> trunks, which Mr. Itoss had with him. they emptied the con'..-lith into the wu,.{on. They th.n |>buvd ih'iiis.:lvos in the trunk closing the lid af' r them. The shelter vus just lar^- inougli t0 allow tli-m to sil do .mi, iillnwing no htn>tching room. Itegina. Jan IT-Hon. W. It. Moihorwvil. provincial minister of agriculture, is in Winni|x�g to Interflow William Whyie with regard to ihj coal supply of tho province. , Ik-foiv going Mr. Motherwell gave out thu InteresUng information that 1 the fuel situation has intei\>Nt.sl live local go\erniiU'iil so much this season that it i-'J now considering th.-udvihubiliiy of punh.islng u coul area from the Dominion for tho pur-|k>so of operating the mines on th imbllc ownership prinetplo. Mr. Motherwell is now investigating the mutter. TRY WM. OLIVER | Everything required in the construction of a Building,   Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work I 1 -FOR- Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cmnbrook. ' X Help to bnild up Lethbridge and n local industry by patronizing J Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills.  Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Tclephono 153 CAXXOX A CAXDIPATi:. Washington. .Ian. IT.-.Joseph ('annou of Illinois, s|>ouker of houso of represontutlws. is u dld.ite for tho presidential nam nation. This Htutcnvnt was made today by a close fiiond of tho s|>enker. O the can- AX INDIAN TO SKXATi: Washingti ii. Tho chief causa of unhappinoss in lifo is discont>nt. It is a peculiar folbto in human nature seldom or uaver to bo satisfied with our own � I lot and to he always envy'.ng that of Lethbridge, LodgC No. 2. Itwmo one else, entirely losing slghl of tho fact that no one l0 nt�"�o",-�� ��v LODGE, NO. 8 Mreu In ra.ifrllow.' Hall e ery second and fourth Thursday. Vlallum �lw�j� welcome. Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Daviee N. Q. Rec. sec. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 809S a. o. f. Meem l�t and Ord Mondays In earb month *� I p. ni.. In oddf'llowH Ha'l, Hound Si, Vinttlng bretb-icn curdbiUr wclsome. THOS. HEAT0N, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during . the summer to laying out new towpites. Contract pi ices on application. fWOffiee at the Coaldale Bote), Lethbridge. Some Good Lines of . MENTS SHOES Just arrivetl. You gut the benefit of my experience as a practical man. Come and look at them. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Repairs done while yon wait. f. german frost 'bitten, and whose children have tho ague ot ivies tho minister, who, he thinks, has nothing to do bui ' write one or two sermons a week J Medicine and tnloy hims-K the rest of tho jt. drilling time, when tlio good man cf tlu minisu'rial cloth, vlth his flour bar. rol and his woodshed empty and his salary fur in arrears, wishes his parents had made him a farmer. ! - .....,..... ilan. 10.-Kansas is to have the distinction of boinj tin-first After placing rugs about their shoul- istate to bo roprosvniod in the Iniud dors they proc.vded to enjoy the � States Senate by an Indiun. CharU-s evening. Mr. Itoss in suit king and > Curtis, who htis Uvn nominntid by-Mr Hi.vter in relating stoiic*. Thalthe nn th-' riitht.road. I^iiving camp at n�Mit. H a.m. th.-y r,uclkd Mugruth at 10. + When (inevtioiivd ubout tho trip they ( W1LVT 18 A STEER. lo:h r-pli.-d th.it they enjoyod it im- � inoiisoly. .Englifch Magistrate Punted as to ----1- What a Stoor lloforo ho got hit* breakfast, but his laughter is only the crackle of thorns under tho pot. Tha man who spreads -his laughter through his lifo-beJoro lato breakfast, when ha misses tho train, when his wifo goes visiting, and ho has lo oat' a cold supper; tho man who can laugh when ho finds a button of! his shirt, whon th-j furnace fire goes out in ilio night and both of tho twins como down whh the measles at tho sanw time-no's tho man that's needed. lie mover tolls his neighbor to havo faith. Somehow ho puts faith into him. Ho delivers' no homll'es tha Hut. Jan IS.-Tho v.. P. \ out III. which is boring 1 for oil ut Hulls Ileud bridge, near I liunmor.t .1 unction, hus struck so tremendous u llovy of gas as tc iKccbsitnt.i work beln^ sto|>i>xl for iho preH.nt. Mud was vomitod fmiu tlu strike in groat vcluiiios and th.� casing was lowered easily for adepth jof 2 that tho flow of gas is greater thun tmy yet struck ut Medicine Hat. Tho well is luw about one thousand foot d>v|) and for several v eoks jmst tho gns has been blowing oil. In the city it is thought that Mr. (Junior has struck tho same mud strata which was found in tho local wells at a doplh of lx�two>.-n (100 and TOO foot, and that ho will have to go considerably deeper I Wore ho strikes tho rock formutiiin from which tin local deep wolls draw their supply. Mr. Gunter has gone up to Calgary to ask for further instructions .concerning* tho company's intentions in eo-frard to tha wells. I Tho Buckinghamshire magistrates were recently called on to decide tho iikeuning of tho word "steer" as applied to cattle, but thoy gave it up in despair. A man was summoned for allowing two boasts to Ktray on tho! highwuy und ono was specifl.*! as a hoifer and tha other as a steer. Tho man di�-clurcd that ho had not a stoeft on his farm, and threatened to uPlHid if he were convicted. j It was stated that tho uniuuvl in ! question was a very yrung malo calf, ami the man admllted thut If it livid it would become u sloer. Tho dic-tionunes were consulted, and gave | steer" as a young bullock. Tlio magistrates guvo up tho puzzle, omitted tho stoer from tho suin-mens. and fined tho man lis. Od. for allowing the heifer to stray. Cut Ui.b out and take it to any drug store and got a freo sample of Chamberlain's Stotaach and Liver Tablets. Those tablets are far supor-ior to pills, being eoslor to tako and more pleasant in effect. Thoy cor root disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. A. EASTON 6k CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. BDDilililUsIililiil DnnnnnnDponpnGannnnnrin ???? AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A * NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters and con/inco yourself that I am up-to-date. '.  Tho cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK 'innaouni icini dinnnni IiIi1�iiiiai�mielelelel-i|�|M|)fflt'fflB| ;