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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ml DR. P. W. TULLER The Great North Land. announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a PHYSICIAN AND SUttCrEON LETHBRIDOE Ofltae-Ott. Work. Hosra-lttut)i* \tm noon) il:00 le MftO p, �.( ?;$� iOi:JO p. Mi T*|�phon�-*Ofllm* 6S. ft*dr man until the ordeal was nil over, and then he said thai while ed, the fur trade would be stimulated, vast Irackt* of tlmler, tracts so vast and timber so excellent that a world's storehouse is but waiting the day of easy transportation). The Ashing industry would become firofttable and the Ash in that northern coun- lune June .1 une June 29 July 1 Business Dr. F. H. Mewburn Oflleo"RedpAth St. cor. Btmlett. It was the flrHt time he ever had try arc more abundant than any-submitted to an Interview, he had (where' else upen the gloi>e. At Tort no positive objection to the publlra*; McMurrny there Is n v�in of Ano i July 2 July a On Baroness Road, east ol the Coi.rt House Honrs-Before ft a.m., 2-'J p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.W to 8.30 |n m. Tdophono 41. Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will do vote his ontiro timo darin* the suinmor to InyiiiK out uow lownaitea. Contract |n itvi on Application. tlon of the object of his trips to the table salt IM feet thick, apparently norlh. lb! \s numng the liest known [ limitless in quantity. There, too. of tho huKtneHM men of the Dominion , three companies are -drilling for oil, and Is as well known in Montreal or nnd their present success Is so great Winning among the Annncial nnd work in being continued wjth every business salons of tho country as he'possible rapidity. All-the** Indus- W. St GALBRAITH MtOX�ll�(McCtttt|lM ln ''',,fm)nlon olhcr fnr west-j trie* would be Inaugurate! ami stim-  *  * ern cities, tils v��t Interests nnd On united if-only the government would i universal courtesy he employs In all assist in the building of a line le-} his business dealings, together with tween Kdmonton ami Fort McMur* � his well known business probity has ray." j earned for him the title of the 'Pride of Canada." nnd that means almost everywhere, carries on most of Ids transactions lids side the /Velio circle, in nrtril- tthrough agents, but Is coiiirwtld to tlon to being designated as the 'Pride'cross the water often himself in or-of Canada' he also lienrs tho nppcl- dcr to personally supervise the land* ntion of "Olid Ifclgeir' Hwtggnrt, hess. He travels constantly with a July 4 duly July Office PHYSICIAN, SIT KG RON ACOOUCH KB. Burdette St. Phone 53 July July Hours-Before ft a.m., 2-1), 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians ami Surgeons Olticvfl-Ott block. Phone 143. | Mr. Swlggart sells all his furs dir-Wherever he Is known, ect to the large London hduses. He July 10 July II July 12 July Med. Hat. Calgary. Med. Hat. Calgary. Med. Hat. lethbridge. i . block. Office �t th� Ccmlilale Hotel., Oflice Honrs Ijeth bridtfo. |>rs. McClure It Stewart HURGKON UKNTIATS Office-J. D. HigfnbotliAiit's new ! ft a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. t Synopsis of the Grazing Reguli DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson lions tor the Saskatchewan and Alberta. Crazing leases of Dominion I*c�nds unsuitable for agricultural purposes may bc� secured In that portion of U�e Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of ship 2rt and in tin* Southwestern portion of I he Province of Snvkatchv Provinces Of 0.lic� in Hol.� Room li } Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. i W. V. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eto. ornci:, 80CTHABD BLOCK Town f Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property won. |jCar. and the lessee shall in crease Ida stock so oh to be In possesion at. the end id Hove years of h#*ad -gr.i7.ing Is pt*ru^itti*d on only a portbm of Mi� tracts abovt; refer-rad to. A map showing the shwp $ra?ihK dislricis may* be mMMired on ii|�pla'a 1 h>ii to tIn* Sin-ret ary f tb.� I�i paid for. C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Blonk, up-atatra. HAMILTON & YOUNG which Is significant of the man and his methods of doing business. His conversation, so much of it as he was willing should 'l>e published. \ Is as follows: "I will leave in the morninp"- t this was ThurMlny evenlnR^'for my northern post, Fort Itesolntlon, Kort ProvUlpnre, Tort Una and Stony Is* land, where I have established brancli posts. I estal llstiwl the business in mot, although that was not the year of my first visit to the farnorth It v\as in 1808 that I mode my first trip u,t the Arctic Circle, the year of the gold excitement in Alaska, and as the Inrgent stockholder in tho Yukon Valley Prnnpecting and Uin -! ing (*ompony, I went northwant ! from I Edmonton to enter, the gold 'fields by the 'back door.** Wo located many mineral clulms. widen afterwards were transferred to me per -Minalty for a consideration I do not rare to name at present. These mln-!eial claims contain gold, silver, copper ami lead. li wos in the year HH)l that I es-tablisheil the Swigsart Trading Com-pany, and at that tinw I remained In the north for two years ticfore ro-lurnlnK to this country. Then I came j down with a dog eiiit^ rats. Iienr ami fox. Of the latter I net tlie silver. th.� black, the nwl. the white, the cross and the blue. I also obtain erm-lne, and. at one tim\u� ed to deal In the hide of the musk ox. but on account of certain re  strict ions of the jtovornment trade j In that fur IkmI to lie abandoned. In ]/act, I ii.vii in alf northern furs ex cvpt the mm I. i I have ship|h*d to the luinding merchandise valuecHft, awaiting his arrival that he mny have the pick of tho winter's j hunt. In this way he Keta the cream i *'*> of the business. | Prolnbly nothing may t� told that |*,ul>' Is more indicative of Mr. Suiggurt's character than the following little duly anecdote. It was at a Mm sonic ban-onet In Chicago, and theiv were nmny Dominion Masons present. Toward the end of the evening it waa decreed that evvry gucsl should havo one minute and a half in which to tell what he would do if hi* could start life over and still have at the beginning the same amount of world-ly iknowledge he had at the present (^'dy Mago of his career. The halt was't,,l,v started and each man tola what he would tiki* to do. t'lach oii.� hndsomo way of altering the past, nnl >vt of obtaining a life of ease �;ithbridge at l*>tmonton at Med. Hat at Calgary. -Medicine Hat at Calgary. Edmonton at lethbridge. Exlmonton at ljethbrldge. Med. Hat at Calgary. Calgary nt Ix?thbridgy, Edmonton at Med. Hot. �Edmonton at Med. Hat. Calgary at ljethbrldge. -Edmonton at Med. Hot. Calgary at ljethbrldge. 18-Edmonton at Calgary. Med. Haft at Lethbridge. 10.-Edmonton at Calgary. Med. Hat at UMhbrid^e. 20~Edmonton at Calgary. Med. Mat at Uahiuidge. -Calgary at Edmonton. Jjt�lh*>ridge at Med. Hat. -Calgary at Edmonton, lethbridge at M*hI. Hat. Calgary at Edmonton. Lethbridge at Med. Hat. 23-1-ethbildge at Calgary. Med. Hat at Edmonton, -lethbridge nt Calgary. Med. Hat nt Edmonton. lethbridge at Calgary. ! Med. Hat at Edmonton. 1 -Med. Hat at Calgary. I 2U-lethbridge at Edmonton. ; Med. lint nt Calgary. ' Med. Hat at Calgary. | lethbridge at Kdmonton. OaVd. lint nt Calgary. j lethbridge at Edmonton. j -Lethbridge plays Kdmoii- j ton at Calgary. Calgary at Medicine Hat. -Edmonton at Lethbridge. Calgary at M-�dlcliie Hat. -Edmonton Calgary at 5-Edmonton o.y > *� t 'V' 'j^ I hp ^.1 fVi �3 -*\ :z. j. - - � .....iv\r. v.. .e .>. - ^ .a, � : la ��0 .lulv 2d duly 27 Provincial Lumber 2P. Hanufac'g. --'-ft .1- . � -w. - .lulv :n Lul., Nrnnufnetnrors, JoblK^rs ami Dealers General Wood Working Factory -'1 .lulv :ti WHOLESALE RETAIL \ng. 1 \ug. 2 a at the banquet. i ug t.r.TTf BRIDGE. ALBERTA 1 Cut Out This W.SHAW, fainter * Occwator Handy Schedule i grade? aralthe beftt that money ibtiy. 1 have aoinc* dres?� goods can that Agout for 8. P. Nelaon 4 Co/i Witulowpliauie, the modern trana- llltreut glaaa dworatioil. ;n)5l Im? ^7 |(oJ. yard. I track* every- Leavponlerant I^etllbridge HoU'l. j thing to the Indians for |ietts( but try to gi\e them the worth of their B. C. MOORE run*rnl Direotor and Embalmer lHAc#wK�^t to Prealyterian Church. OoV* Thorn* 102. Reftldcnee HIO. money. "When ( reach Athn1>aKca landing I will employ a boat force of Koine r#0 nwn and will proeoeil by water as rapidly �k possible to my headquarters f(t Fort ltesolution. tThero all my innnngcra will �xvt me. IVdovr Is given the schedule of the astern (*nnada UaNebnll League in a form that will Im found very hnnd> lor reference. Tha~ reconl of the games already played Ik also given the name* of the winners being in capital letters. May 20-X Calgary at 0- Kdmonton Calgaiy at 7- Kdmonton Calgary at Aug. H- ICdmonttm lethbridge *Kdmonton let hbridge liV-KdiiHUiton lethbridge Aug. 0 Aug at LiHhbrlilg�* Me north. long I remain in tho o game at either leth -bridge or tho Hut. j May 21- Kdnmnlin at LCTH-'Al,K HltMMJK CALOAIIV at MetHclm? Hat ' A,IK' May 22-KDMONTON at Ijothbridge.! 17 When yon require your ganlen* olougluHl, your yiinla elennetl up. 1.0. "Although 1 am heavily Interested ynv in the fur trading business, ami. m ' I 2a- jfact, maV* that my tval busim* Mrrt* in Odafetlown' Mall *�*ry. FrWij havt. inter;.KtH in min0ralh alao; mln Slay 21 'u.iw alitor leiiioho/ *T�nt�K �t **��orio�ti. VlvlUitf ttretbrru arc I ellars dug, �r any olln*r u?ati�mg f !t.ru|R tnul hnw, Caii*�i fxeicoiiMmt Mnv Jone, SEK I S, or phouo 2i a Hon-1 prnr,A, lion. COAL lUUtttU. |Xiid for' WILLOW LRANCH RCBCKAH :indelivery, tteuidene** nod alnlilt vaat of the htrracka. \V,M. TAYLOH, Lethbridgt i \lav LODGE. NO. 2 Merit In OririftHow*' Halt r *if trcond tud fourth TlninMJ*y. Vtihara always welcome. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies N. U. Hrc. �rc. May 2H May 20 SAVE MONEY NOW - - CMUlSUrd UIMfMtt.N*. M9S A. O. F. Mrrta Ut an4 irU Hon- ewynn. Uie western extnMiuty {of AthabaHi*a ImUq. you strike the ftrst religious missions beyond Ath-n)-ids there is a spouting oil \\i�ll. als*� juno burning, that ca�is a flame over too feet in the air. ' 2T May 111 .1 une 1 Calgary at tiik HAT. CALOARY at IMhbiidKe. l*>lmonton at TIIK MAT. CALOAIIV at lethbridge Kdmonton at TIIK HAT. Calgary at LKTRBIUIK.'k. K0MONTOX at The Hat. �TIIK ILVT at I�thbridge. Kdmonton at CALCIAUY TIIK 11 AT at Lethhritlge. Kdmonton at CAUJVHY The Hat at LICTHDRIOOk Kxlnmmtjiors I have only tho very highe�t regard. They always huw* tiwtwl me courteously ami fairly, and I always have endeavored to n�-ciprocate In kind. We never havo wag*d wa rfa ro of any*loseript ion; our relutions always have ticen most friendly. *'! l^ellevo llio Canadian Oovorn-mont should tend some trunaporta -tion com|>any a helping band to build g line from Kdmonton to Fori, ^Mcilurray. and thus open one of the  I 11 he -I^thbridgo nt Calgary. JMed Hat at Kdmonton. -lethbridge at Calgary. Med. Hat at Kdmonton. -1-eihbridge at Calgary. Med. Hat at Kdmonton -la'thbrldgu at I*)dmoniou. MihI. Hat at Calvary. Ih- U-thbridge at Kdmonton. Mod. Hat ut Calgnr.x. I^ethbridge at Kdmonton. \Uh\. Hat at Calgur>�. -Culgary at Kdmotiioii. MiM. Hat at I>*thliridg**. t'algnrv at I'Mmontou- M�nI Ibit at !>*lhttri�|ge, t\tlgar> at l-Mimniton. Mfil Hut at l^Hhlnulge -Ijetbbridge nt fttnl. Hat. Kilaioaton at ('aIgary. -Utthl.rUlgv. at \Uh\ lint ICdii^nlon at (*algary. -Kilmonton at Calgary. U*thhrldge at Mini. Hat. SO-Calgary at Ijuhliridgc. lOdmontttii at Mod Hat -Calgary at lethbridge. Kdmonton at Mini Hat. -Culgary at Lethbridge. Kdmonton at Med. Hat. -Culgary at Med. Hat. Kitmajnton at lethbridge. ao-Calgary at Med. Hat. Kdmonton at Lethbridge. Hi-Calgary at Medicine Hut Ktbljridg-K0MV at IxHhbridge i Asthma by MIXAIIP'S 1JMMKN1 Calgary at at lethbridge Kdmonton. at letubridgt!. Kdmonton. HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS ANU DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS. GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. J urn* 1) dune 12 June lit .1 une 11 Juno i; I June 17 dune 18 .1 une I une 21 Depurr of tbe attatater of tbe letertor. "most productive regions in all the June 22 Modi line Hat at C^algury. -Kduionton a i Lethbridge. MedUiue Hat at Calgary -Kdmonton at Urthhrldgo Medicine Hat al Calgary. -Kdmonton at The flat. Lelhbridgie. at The Hat. rethbrldfce. at The Hat. lethbridge. at Calgary Tho Hat at Lethbridge. -Kdmonton at Calgary. Tbe Hat at Ijothbrldgo. 20-Lethbridge at The flat. Calgary at Kdmonton. -lethbridge at The Hat. Calgary at Edmonton. -Lethhridga at The flat. Calgary ai Edmonton. f Mllft. Lot r�, i�. k. i A LIVIXHSTOSK Calgary at -Kdmonton Calgary ut Kdmonton Calgary at -l^lmonton 1 was eureil of a severe attack oi Itlieumatism l-y MIXAItD'S LIXI � M KXT. Mabone Hay. JOHN* MAUKU n nnn [ilfmiP!�!i�l-l jDdnnnDnnnr/^ni'-.nnnnGnrjDDG IDiliQilHliCeillllllil OLD TIMER WITH THE I wos cured of a Si*wfel>" spruiianl leg by MIN'AKH'S LLMMKNT- dHHIH'A A. WYSACHT. OLD BRANDS OF LigrOKS AND CIGARS IN A ST A Itridgewntcr. A wnnmn can nevi*r iind*�rstinid how it is possible for a sm.n'i man tike her h��baud trojk*r tbnt we | wonder how tln�y can think of going on a weddlag trip without a chap- j dust dn>p into my uew self that I am up-to-date. juartors and rouviiico your- Tin* oleautist and brightest shop in Southern Albertn. HOUK ^ 1 ^nTrn nnr.rif 'Pi > - T ^ ;