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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta announces to hit old friends and customjers he has opened a a IBeneial imW 0|i Baroness Road, east ot I the Coi.rt House Give Him a Call. OR.P. W. TULIER i-HYSJClAN AND S]lTflOEON. LETHBRIDOE Omce-OU Block. aoiit*-11:00 lo 18:0n noon; 3:00 10 5:00 p. m.;7'aito�:S0 f. n. TelnphonB-OIBi* 88. R�-li|rnflico-Bcclpntli St. cor. Bni^ett;' Hour*-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p,m., J-Sp. m. 8niidftyB-2.:{(> tov3.3U p.inv Tclcplioiie 41. In the Frtruggic and battle of ]ifu thero ;1b noni; strong enough to hear ike cohtert alone. All nccrl; and htlp, anil thoy must have it or suix! disaster or defeat will overtake thcni. Ifo ivho think.s hini-sclf jfiafc.i yVi-htvi his life-bark' rides (50ily,"beforb "the Urec/e with siiils th night will vnd in hroud day. Thiii-c is more virliiu in one Hunlienni ihon in a- wljolo fiemlHphcre ot clouds Hnd gloom. Wttfl. Lethbrid^o. Syllepsis of the Grazing Rejiula-^Nons far the Provinces cf ; SaskalciKWin and Alberta. (raxing leases o^]>oniin!oii Lands iinsni'tablo for ngricuHiiral purposes may ha'stfciirod In thitt portion . of till? Province pfAII)Qi:lii, lying Siifieshiill cover n Krerttei;. anniini. A leaw! annot ''u granlod �n .ipplicni'ffc nii-' Ikss he oivns ! I^ci' Iw^^ in PoAt"-MSBion at the end of (Ihtw). .years iif one lid on application to tho Secretary f Iho Dopartineiit of the Interior, t>lliiwa. w. w, conv. Dopiity of Iho Winlster of Interior. \. 11.-I nanihiiri/.(d publicjUion of 'this adverl i.-wnicnt will no>l be pai-d for. Drft. McCliirc * ' Stewart BURGEON DENTISTS ' i)ffice-J.' D. Hifjinbotham^s new block. Office Honrs-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. ft edv^.th winds o, pr.�,�r.t>, IH ^ ,ir ,ri,cipl, ,s well often^^c weakest of tA,e veak when ,^ feeling: .if rigitt habit as well as !,V.nerica, hut we wore told tbnt nt he storm and tenuH^l con.e. hat pr..jeels the ,he pTt lin.e such a bal in the hour cif si>re.'�t truil many a, i � . ' .... ., . ' honeymoon into the harvest nuton, setllenK-nt ami inakes the happy honie like, the. sidored, figti-ee, iHSaring at once the tieaiity of ever we were, the tended blosHohis and the gloiv , 'Th of the ripened fruit, a religii.ii that shall level tlw ruts and gullies and Itheir selfish anxiety its'l��'thwnyV�I life Hndgi\e ficKy seltlcd �tonce in their !joy in that'pathway to all who art! iminiHliatc interests; without coij^id- jering who luight HWol'^or what j-th^ a Weak womiBh has often bet^n .strong and brAVp',tt)�et�\ in that'pathway to all touch oi' a gentle hand or a tone of u a  lin*ls : ;inlio1linni Block, Lethbritlge jwerc walking with the some genile-every community a man who rcnuirkwl to u.s that ihe class of people who hbcuj inca|)nble tn�a �ilh the candy was a good of receiving any education outftidc of fellow, but blew irt'all^he uuule sa their own Jimiteil e.Kporicnce. Life foolishly. -We ercly smiled in rekly, rjhs along easily cn'ougii for them un |,,| could hut hil;)) In our own mind, til their chUdien grow up and liegin us wc walked along, drawing a con-to look forward to sontething broad- ,traRt lictwcen the two men. t>iie wus er for thomselxcs. Then the battle smoking a cigar th�t cost as much for .rtuprcmncy iHJgins in cainest. Tho 'ns the camly. Ihirniltg into nshcsanil child seems ungrateful to the parent Mowing out into the nir the money nnd the parent .seems tyranious to jho other spent /or nicknncks thai the child. |brought a smile of happiness to tlio it is very haivl for a mother who check he once thoughf so ros.\, nnd has laid-down'precise in and their employers, an' false impressions go sownvard to tlw child- two had you r.ithcr havo l;e.n.. Which ^^^'^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ciwlence. to the parent. A true of the two are vou? ' mother's love is .sacrificial of self Hut what of our friend the critic? ''"'^ '� ''one the Itettor lor shotibl notbackwaril LCTHBBIOG&. M^PERTA W. SHAW. Painter � Oecontor Agont-foc.-Kiltpifo Wall Paper Co., and usiis no return. No chlld.'s love, howeiei- teialcr, can c(|MuI a mothyr'.s lote, and it is not natural that it .jshoUpt. A groor whiskey and quit gambling. Wonwn, in siutc of to liinin'.s ivi'iisa), to give them the rights ^f'^- General Teaming. When yon require yonr gardens ploughed, your yards clt;urietllbridge Hotel, ^incubus. To �lo nil this is to fullill of the groat fmaiicini institutions in _______________--;:_lthe highest .sensa the trust heaven this country, not long ago, a well has laidj.upun parents.. known tvMU, drawing a salary of ^O't .--"'ff'"^:-^---- - jfiO'l a .vear, sulteretl a nervous col- Xp young man startiiig out for Japse. TOo directors selected a bimB.lf' being'- (le|>ende�t. upon his yout>g woman ivho for tbn .years had own exertions' can aOiord unnocc.r and Ernbalmer Uinr(>-Kext to I'lvsl ytcrian Chnrch. OlUce Pbonc 102. Kcsidence i:�i. Ketlibriitite. l..udKe No. 2. LO./*3arso.F. e�p.^nses. Ho nwst deny himself ex-'-i-cctors told us, has done tettorwork trns or alwiys remain poor. Kvon [tlm.. the man she succeede*! and is but *io.QQO a yenr. In Meem In OiiafoHows' Halt cverr Kridav eTeiiliii; at S.IW o'cloci. VIsttlns bre'llicen are | alvatii welcotBK. C. V. Bennett. ^.o. a n>o cent ci-nr each day will amount to !>18.2r. in one year; und one who s.ives that sum will be much ahead of the one who s|K>nds it. And-the habit of saving wil,l Ijc Kvori jthttii the doing it for jTlH? finding of such a board, afttr tl�e fullest investigation!, would have .set nt i-est for all time in this competitive field of Aihofta and eo.sterii, Hritish t'olumJiia many points upon which we are as far away from set-Ulement now as oyer; wo weixi.w The finding of llw Antlmicite t^oimioss -nppoirit��d b.y-President lloosc -in UH�2 - cleared _up_th�*_-'.^V.**."'*' situation in Penn>.vlvania nnd is the iiiiigna chiiria of the opei-nlors niid liu^ men in Ihiit district. 'I'hnt .l.s what the operators hoped for, ond they look u|ion the lost ojiport unity with great regret.'' "Uut, why,- then, did you not place your cast? bclore the Hoard of Concil|inlion'?" "Wc ilid. IJoth the^ parties asked for the appointtncnt-of a lH>ard of for the appointn't>nt of . n hoartl. to settle the diiiiHito. 1 fitter we were .'asked if wc would give all the men jbuck tlK?ir old |ilaces if. the iuin(-rs' representatives undertook to have K(X)M 7. OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 Fmineialliiilier & HannlMi'g. fo. LtB. J. Stafford. Annie Oavtes �. O. Kve. Sec. Court Star of Letlibrid^, No. 8095 A. o. F. I can sell you lots now ii Tulmr for $m, that will l)o selling at 9200 in a montii's time, Oootl Fanning Lantl for sale l�o. W. F. RUSSELL Real Entiito Agent Tabor, Alta iThe Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits 6 lbs. for 25c. AT ^ � : . .KEA^^S ..... Opposite P. O, 'Phone 98 Ice Cream on Order. Mecialut ,�Bd .'ird Hon' iityn In each niotitii k p. Ri., In Oddf. tloWa Hall, ioand 81. VlallInK brelh-en eordlallf wu la lti� i�n'e:linad nf a family, or any tna1�o�er IftyaarH or age, ift itie cxlcni of i>iie-t|uarier aecilon of lUO acrea, more or lesii. ICntrjr mnm ije made pmonaMy at the loeal land once tor the diatrlci In wlitcli4lie land la MttHBle. The lirihelandlneaeli year ror ibiee )'ear�. q. It the father (ornr other. If the father la ileceaacdl nr tbe homer leader rcaldea uiKin a farm in Ihe ylelnlt.t of tbe land entered for reqiilrcr^eiiia aa Iv reatdeiice ma.r be aallarled b? auch pcranii Vealdliiji wiib' the faHier ur i70ther. :i. it'it.e>eiticrhMbfaHiraan*iii,r(�lii>iuld in twenty yeitis amount to .?.'i70. So much for one httie trifle of ind\iigcnce. He %vho wouUI in n few .>-ears be inde|i-cndent, ond not einy- the 'cn|>italisi' must start right. It is a mistake to suppose, that children will nctpiirc goud manners when thc.V aro as jjcople (ihrasc il, "old enough" to understand tlieir | propriety, if the observances of good , bi-eeding are ignored or neglected .11 I the first four or five .years. Mollters ^sometimes forget that the active .\n i ; receptive stage of child-life in Uyr nursery is never surpn.ssed at a later period. The little one is taking im-pre.ssions every moment, acquiring jgcnllo habits or the opposite, picking up words and sentences, surprising his elders by tho facilit,v with which ho learns what they wMild rather ho should not know. In the baby's home th;> foundation is laid for the good or bad nv.inners of the mature man. . Who but wonuin-when -.fiidns be-trnyofl, and Peter" denied, and tho wear.v slept, and the fearful fled- could siimnion energy to linger around the spot, to mingle the tears of pity with the blood of suffering? Who but n wonion, when man Uirnod covvnril, and his trust grow faint, could .stand unt'il the Inst b.v the |>tir'ended. .There wns, therefore, no ciiiirse open tt> the o/>eJ"ati>rN, since the miners iivfii.sen them li.v tbe public. It is useless now to discuss why the whole of the iminers in this pass had been allowed Q You coulJ not make a coat mailc,'" oiwnly violnto the law and fpiit 'work. .V controver.s.\- on that point could do no gi�od now; biil it would le interesting to know what view the There may be a difference o{ six inch�;""'^"'- ^"^''^ ' . , ernlors insisted on the men niidtheir in his height, antl there should be a )r.n,i,.s ,ho imd Ty,ii Height (or the^ short man, in Type E. look well on the latter man, in Type F. difference of several inches in the length |�ng nnv-sted of the coat. The waist o{ the short WVNTICn, -AT ONf3E \ dinlngrontn girl, and a chnm'-l)ia'0)a*f*.�'Apwy.''A,'r'�ffii(to� Ftot*!.::- NelsViii 25,000 Club has its ofllce in t,hs City Hall at present. Look on-the bright side. Tt in the right. si. The tiiiics may �x( hard, but it. will make thoin no pimicr to wear a sad, globiny countehaiico. It 18 the sunshine, and not the cloud, that makes the flobr. The sky is blue ten tiities when it is black one. You have troubleit so have others. None are tree from them. Trouble gives sinew nnd tone to life-forti-' tudc and coitrago to nran. That would heen fairly sinled tn the men in nilvnnce. the,\- would have i>l)eyed its ' obli^L'Otions und appiviialed its vubie ;lo ilu'insolves as n nieiiiis of settling disputes of this kind. I "Is it true thut youv company intends to inci-ense its capital stock the A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. an amount on fk, Si|m< of Suiity lMcQ)irBii|g A. SOUTHARD Lsthbrldfo and place market.'" I "The e.v|)nndlng of � the" .company nnd the � necessity lo""pro-vide fur n Inrgol.V increnseil production to tnko care of the growing iicce.ssities of tho west rc'fiuiro more \ nione.v, nnd it would lie well if the iliroctors could see I heir eny to issue $'(00,000 of new st'ock. f;, j ".At what price would It be issued',' I "III niy opinion, nt not less than ; the last issue, which would be at S95I) a share of �100.-Toronto aiobe. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND..OIGARS IN A NEW STAND 14 Just drop into my new quarters and cou'/ihce your-' - * self that I am up-to-<]�to.. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. '.  .  ' GEO. H ;