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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �f - > J' t- �/* t i DR. P. W. TULtER announces to hit old friends * and customers he has opened a MIYSIGIAN- AND SURGEON LETHBMDGE Olflio�:30 p. m. Tclpphnnt-OlAc* OA. 1to�li1*nco>o��r.q-0 to 11 a.m.. 1,30 to 4,30) p.m., ? to A p.m. m Dr. F. H. Mcwburn rWioo-llotlpntll St. cor. Butxlett; Hours- Before 0 A.m., 2-8 p.tnM ?-8il. It}. HWIIflny�- AM U>v*J.iWI j bpAVo u>ulU(Ul|V( W|U1|V Htntwnrl th. (1. H. tiliulHi>yv Oennrnl Manager of Ihe ('row's N'eHt Pans Coal Company, limited, ntul President of the Woftlorn Coal 'Operators' Association, arriVfrl in town last night from Fernle. When asked how hewus ll>toa.M(*d with Ihe reNtil.t of the strike sot'tlenvent he said: "Tho set I lt*im*nt of the ' st rlko ei>ililt*il u� n uniform set of--1 � and prices in this new-works; ami of works as founded on ; coiiotcl it l\c Mil, the shiiw as they faith: a religion of principle �h wt'li have In evi?r>* rnnipeLHive field in iim feeling, of right habit a* well as America, but we \wro told that at -J - i 4S - i wer*� Ih tho wlruggle and battle of thoro is none sirong enough to hear tho contest Alone. All need sympathy and hflp, and they must have it or sure disaster or defeat will overtake them. Ilu who thinks himself safe, whr with hhIIh i,lh-v 1,f,!: " l^lfKion of Loll, r.tlili nn.l _roii.Jll filjlod .with wlmls of prosperity, is often the weakest of the veak when MS the storm and tcmttesl come. Thus In the hour of sorest trial many a weak wonmn has often been strong L ^1 hl L r > J t 3 - - f 1 J- Wrl � . *>. A hand. - 4 r1J riccnsionnl 'Impulse, that projects the ;honeymoon into the harvest moon, and mokes Ihe happy horn*' like the Oil Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.tt House p. th. 3Vloplione 41. , , i % i ft i flirt roe. hoal'tng at onco'the l^auty of manhood h�s succumbed and drifted (n�LIV'  * t t ; the tended blossoms anil the glorv Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion IiiiimI Surveyor Will tlovoto liia cntiro timo tluviiiR iho mtmiiH^ lo Inyiiiff out new ttfwufttUw. Contract ptiivrf on nppli cation. W. S. GALBRAITH, N.DX.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, HUttOKON ACCOUOHGH Qfflco-Bwrdotte St. Phone 53 flrffm-Botoro9 h.iii., 2.8, 7-8 pin Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Pliysicinns nnd Snrgoona gale of adversity. Mfe is sweet ened | ...... and nuule beautiful be sympathy-its .... .......y^ Uf..... ncd down mm ' its /WkM in ,hc �mV ' ' . * I 'Joy in that pathway to nil who are the present time such a -basis of settlement could not even l:o con* sidfM'iMl, unit we were as far olT as over we were. "The public nt the outset created �MM* la a great deal of dlltlculty * through shall le\el the ruts ami gullies nml tiheir selfish anxiety to have the dlf� Call and see our lists asperities are to r.aigh traces made smooth b\ touch of a gentle hand or a tone of n loving voice-ovon tho severest trials may l)e emlured and the heaviest burdens borne when aided by a very liltle thoughtful uud pierious help of this kind. In it. WHICH AUK vor? OllicoB-Ott block. Phono 143. i f MHco nt tin? Coahlnk Lcthbriilffo. llotnl Drs. McClure k Stewart nrnoKos dentist* Oflico-J. D. niffinliollmnra now block. Office llonrn-0 ft.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations far the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. CSra*ing Iwisos of*lkHitttilon I^inrtH itable for ngricuiturnl purposes W. C. SIMMONS Atlvonrtte, Barrister, Kto. orrictK, ROt tmaiu) IIWH^k Mohoy to Lena on Town nnct Form Property C. I. HAKIMS KKWP LP WITH THK LIIH.PItKN. I Titers Is in every community a class bf people who seem luca|mble of receiving any educaiion outside of their own limited experience. Life lilts along easily enough for them on til their children grow up niwl begin to look forward to something broader for themselves. Then the battle j for snprcimuy logins in earnest. The child seems ungrateful to the paivia |and the parent seems tyraniotis to the child. it is \vry hard for a mother who has laid down 'precise ideas of how her life nml belongings shall l>e arranged, and finds that life falls U> arrange itself according to her plans; to find that her own slaughter Is one intty bo sevurod in that portion of i Ihe Province of Alherln, l>lng South of the Nurlhem boundary f�f Town-ship 2rt and In "Hie Snolbwcslern portion of H�> Province of Suskntcll r wan. U'uscs shall be fur n period no* Xcced iv^ -I years, and no leaseshall �i*i\or a greater nivn than 1*�0(imh� ncres. I.ai*ds leased are ri*�t siibjoet to limwaio'ifl entry or sale, but tin-Minister of'the Interior may caie�M �, leusih.dd. or any portion Hieivm* byglvin; Ioksis? two yi�ars# not-ite. The rental chargeable Is two c nt* per. urns per. annum. A lease annot I'c grant^tl an applicant an \*sh he owns mu' bead of cattle or five head uf sheep for every nn acre> tfppla'l for, ami the |essit� shall in his stork tlu (MilT--Oliver liliM-k. up-atuira. HAMILTON & YOIINU* Kii(�iiicci'S and Surveyors _ . , . vt i n..i i:, of Mw chief opponents of her ideas, t nnrna^r, A.lvocnto, Notary Public,A|||| m ih|H |h ^ to the woman .who fails to learn, 'progression Is a law of the universe, ' and one who attjmpts to ivtaixl its wheels is sure to be crushed beheath jthem. Theiv is something pity less t in the power lhal so ofien carries the child so Tar beyund the parent, ! It is the law of hea\eu that love i I should go sownv ard to the child- Ili^inlNilltmii Hlock, IiOthltrivco|;ui7.i* that the chief obli.alion Is due iruin the parents to the ibildii'ii. line tkbli^alion is lo ilh tho I e a We recently saw one of our citi/i*ns going home with a small basket if fruit. Afew evenings later we passed him again ami he had a small package of candy. On both occasions we ,were walking with the same gentleman who remarket! to us that the man with the candy was a gomi fellow, but blew lit all *he made s�: foolishly. We erely smiled in n�kly, hut cinihl nf>l lul.�, in our own mind, as we walked along, drawing a contrast between Ihe two men. One was smoking a cigar that cost as much as the candy, (turning Into nshesand blowing out Into the air the money Hm1 other s|h'tH for nlcknacks lhat T I brought a smile of happineNs in the cheek he once thought so rosy, mid glnddeitetl e> es thai st ill sparkled like a thousand diamonds with their tell-tale love for him; carrying home one by one, Ihe sweetest memories oi life; building evening after evening an Imtge in u little heart of "Home. Sweet Home" Hint no timx\ even into eternity, wars to a miner as a reason f of the tracts above refer HhowilU the smvp on f the lucent ulnsft iliMsiratiuii. Lwivr unltirs ni lji.*tlibriil^t> llolt'l. \ ii portion rol l��. A map grazing districts may be ^ciired npptiaatimi lo Ihe Secretary f |).'|�artm*'nl of the Interior. Dllawn W W. t'DHV. Deptily of the Minister of Interior N. II.-I nauihori/.ed publication of this advertisement will not !�' paid j for. B. C. MOORE Puntral Direct �r ami Embnlrner unfailing gnifk> end companion; not an iuciil.tis. To do all this \n to itillill the highest sense the trust heaven has laid upon parents. Ofl\en-Next to PivhI yterfan Church. Ollta* llione 102. Uesidence 1 HO. No young man starting out for hims. 1/ \Ai\t\x d'epetidria upon his own exertions can alYord muweessary e\|s�nscs. Ho must �h�ny himself extras or always remain poor. Kum a fl\e cent ci^ttr each day will amount to $I8.2*V> in one year; and one 'Who saves that sum will be much ahead of the one who spends it. And the habit of saving wil.l U� worth Jihe saxes $IR.2r> each General Teaming. i IflfctH iii OihlfeMewn' Ilatl evcrr Krulav everything. � evtfnlHi! ai o*cl�c�. VulilnK bretbrcii are . �l^"Uwrlcnm** only putting it at six per cent C V. Bonnett. E.V. Dooloy, simple inteivst, it would in twenty *Al' Hfcwfc \ymrH ,mu)linl t, ^570. So much foi ynti don'I want wom�n to out  strip ynu In the hub slrinl race and compel you to to come to them when ymi wnnl fifty cents, you would hotter stop drinking \hu>v whiskey and ipiit gambling. W�*m�m, in spUe of man's rci'usal, 1i> give them the rights and privileges to which lh.�y are cn-titb'il. an* to-day in I |."i branches of busi�i�ss and In instances show Iok iiuhv ability than the men. In nu ,l.Oo 11 >ear. suffi'teil n nervous collapse. The directors selected a i younjr woman who for Km years had been the stenographer. She, the directors told us. has done liettcrwork than the man she succeeded and is doing it for but 4HO.OOO a year. In fifty wars I lies** women will know ,1001v than the mutt. They have mure time to read and study and th-*> are improving their lime. Kvetitunity all Ihe universities will be ail and the women will the prizes. co-oducal ion-carry nil all WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH : LODGE, NO. 2 When you m,uiro your gun>ns j S i 1 U�s J. Stafford. N. 0. Annie Davies ploii^lKnl, your yimlb cltfiuunl up, 3i>Uiira dutf, or any ollujr tomutii^ Jo,m\ SEK TS. or phono an!, or, hop ii poat cnui in tii.Mitruv. ymirtart star of LethbridACt No. 8095 onlt*r will reet'iwour prompt nltrp- COAL luimt U� pa ill for Ut^Hiilt'iiec aii� 1 tduluV one little lrifle of indulgence. ||,. who would In a few ,\ears he independent, ami not i>uv.\ tin* "capitalist' i must start right. CtOll. oiiih�liv��ry. wist of tlu* iNUTUokfci. WM. TAY MM!, l,i'tlibri.lKi SAVE MONEY NOW - - A. O. V. Synopsis N�i'iN ut �nd :mi Moa-d�,r*i lo each month *t � p. in.. In OdilMlawn Halt, tojndHi. Vl�ltln|f brctU-I en cordUUr w* lei an* THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. Canadin North-West. HOMESTEAD HEQULATI0NS. 1 can 8t�ll you lotfl now in Talnir for $IW\ tlmt will ln� BcdlitiK nt *2U0 in a month's timo. OchnI Fanning Lihm! for uili* �l�o. W. F. RUSSELL NV rtrn ninnliercd Hrcl'ep n PttintulOD i\ i.util4 In AUnlinba. s*�lialchcv\aii at id Aliieiti) rici*|>0ii|c ** 4n1 til. not rc�eivt=U iQfty tit; �i�ine�(ear a family, or an* tnalc over IH f�ar� or age. to the cxlcut of gi.e-�}iur|er necitoti of j luu acre*, mure or Ichm, Kierf in let t \m hikIl' (irrvooiMf at the local land ofl ce Un the Oimrlct |u wlitch,ibe lata! Ih ftltuair. The h imr�ira*ter In rrqalrefl to pet furm Hie coniltt'otiN coar.ecteu iberrwtth mater out of It Ik a mistake to suppose that children will acquire gmid manners when I hey are as )>eople phrase it, "obi enough" to understand their propriety, if tho observances of good brooding are ignored or neglected .11 the first four or five years Mother* sometimes forget that the active an 1 receplixe si age of child-lite in tie* nursery is never surpassed nt a later period. The little utie is taking im-preunions every moment, acquiring gentle habits or the opposite, piecing up words and sentences, surprising: his elders by the facility with which he learns whai they wi old rather he should not know. In the baby's home 1 he foumlntion is laid for the good or bail m inner* of the TjrM ti eight mat uii* man. fl| You coulJ not make a coat made (or the iiiiort man, in Type E, look well on the latter man, in Type F. There may be a difference o( nix inchea Real Kututo AtfMil TnlKir. AlUi The Best of Candy AN IV Win) lad woman-when .Indus betrayed, and J'eter* denied, and the weary slept, and the fearful lh�d- ,la-renowi..it|.UaH.: T{M *i��n>��"� ^"Wy 10 linunr nr- I. Ai l*4Ht h'k ineiithii' reii'lenre i)|ion and ! ound Ihe spol, to mingle the tears ciililviiil >n i�r ihe Uiulln each year for three | of pity with the blood of suffering? yrHr"' a ^ ...... Who but a woman, when n�:in turned 'J. If ifce faiher (��r frolher, if the father l� ; . ... decoa-eU)o(th�hom^iea*lcrr��He�.ipuna)lowa 1111,1 >��_in.st grew famt, Mon la the viclultt or the land anicred fia tbtl could Kt and until the last by the d>- rc'iutrciaent* 4� 10 icmdcuce mat he NitUMUeO \ ing Saviour, and then go lo trim the bt aiir.li fit-rann re%M|.iR with Ihe UH.er ci j |(||| of h)l|. (|llVO,iim al |||IIM. (lf .1. II U.e�eiiU*T lunbtsietTBaneia re n Id once �ipnu firming land owned by him in ihe vleln- 111 his height, and there ahould be a difference of several inchea in the length of the coat. The waiat of the short Id set up near the ahouldera 1 Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 25c. n> nf htHtitaae�tea(l, the r�c,titrtiiiieio� m to rimtiUpee uur be H4tliiaetl \ty reklileace upon lhe*Ald Und. Hii inoiitih' notice In wrllhiK Mhould t>e given to the GomiolftNiutiur af puiutnloii at of Intcutlau to iif|itf tar |�aleiti. W, W.OURV. Dcpiur of the Minister of the Inteilor- the sepulchre. v. AT w * REAM'S LMionc US ice Cream on Order. Look mviho bright sldo. It i� the right Hide. 'The limen may be hard, but it will make them no ousiei to wear n �ad, gloomy countonauce. It \h tho KUnshine, and not the cloud, that innkes the flour The sky i* blue ten limes when ii is black one You have trouble.*!, so hnu� others None are free from them. Trouble gives sinew and tone to life-forli-' tudo nnd courage to n>m. That Kvoiild ho-a* dull sea. where there was nothing to distrurb the surface of the Nelson Sfi.noo fliih Ima its ofllce in 'ocean- What the ugh things look a kittle dark, the lane will turn, and coat f the tutl man. IJ The Semi-ready Syatem, with its aeven diatinct typss. ib* S5 variations, and 15 aiiea of each variation-takes into account height and weight, and also the width and the shape of every man. 4 A pfdtcl lit anJ a fiai'dint-to-niam* 0ii�nt .i $18 (a Sl'O *] f>5. �*ttti iailwreratorN. H would have forev- ! er set at ivsl many fals.� impressions t that today are fCheu some credence. I The finding uf Mich a board, nftvr \ the fullest investIgatbun. would have set at ivst for alt time in this com-petltivt* liebl of Alberta ami ihiHiern llritish ColuuUkla many points upon whhh we- ore an far away from f�et-tlenient now as ever we were. The fan I ing of the Anthracite Coimuiss -ton appointi* * a. ..... situnlfon in f'enn>v hanhi and is the ui;tgtia charia of (he operator* and ihe men 111 that district. That is j what the operators hope,I for, ntul they look upon the lost opportun-ii\ with |*r*^i 1 ii�gre�" "Hut, wl�>, then, did .von not place your case before the hoard oi fimcil/iation?" "We did. Itoth the. parties askeil for the appointment of a lu^nrd of ' for the appoititnvnt of a board lo ; 1 settle the dispute. Niter we Were asked if we would give all the men back tlwii obi places if the miner*' represent al t\ es undertook to ha\ e the men resume work. To this we agreed on the uuderslandiug that the hoard would proeeed with its labors. Th,. miners' representatives wore unable, however, to mnku the 1 iikmi return to work after they had once .quit, and ft became apparent that they would1 only resume work alter an agreement hud I Ken arluall\ reach*d, so that iho'irtg the silt ings ot t he hoard, w hich v ould prohai)i> hav I he men in ad\anie. the\ would have nlH"�yi�d its obli^tit Urns and appreciated i-ts value li> themselves as a means t�| settling disputes of this kind. "Is it true that your company intends io increase its capital stock and place an amount on the market'" "The expanding business of* the compau.v ami the necessity to""pro -  \ ide for a largely increased produc- j lion lo take care of the growing necessities of the wesi tvquire more money, and it would be well if ihe directors could we I heir eay to issue $.VMV>1 .ii. Ltd., MnnnbiPtnrt^ra. Jolitors ami T)t;nlers General Wood Working Factory i *� X WHOLESALE RETAIL Lnnibor, Doora. Hiwh, Moulilitt^ft, Turiiinga, Shingle, Lnth, Coilnr Posts, nml all kinds of Building Supplies. � ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. 1 i* TRY WM. OLIVER Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work Do not soiitl nil your inonoy to Calgary and Cniiibrook. Help to build up Luthbridgi? nnd it local industry by putroiii/ing Oliver's Pinning mid Lumber Mills. Oflict;, Yards and Faotor> Corner Round and Bomp^ts Streets j L r relt�phone loJi mwwwwwwww9wwwwwwwwww WW WW WW WWW WW WWW WW WW . Burns & Co. No. :HKi Rouml St. Limilod Tflfpiiono '.�! PorK Mutton Butter and Eggs Poultry Fish J J * 1 �> -4 � i r-1 - i -1 -tz* >:< A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN r TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. 7 h J 4 .1 nnnnnnrnn annnnnr h4 - - J -H- n a ? OLD TIMER WITH THE OLD BRANDS a n OF LIQUORS ANP..CIGARS IN A i Th - E W ST A a  j Just drop into my new quarters and convince your* self that I am up-to-date. ' * Tho cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. a o ? ? r - "V. + - �"I ? n^nnrinnrw.r'.nn^n npnnnnnnnnnn ;