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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta if a-iTir.''tf�)iTitf.vii SHI* E. Adoms announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a ^General Lumber Bosiness On Baroness Road, east ot the Court House OR. P. W. TULLER f'HysiClAN AND SURGEON Ii�THBRIDG� Office-Ott Block. Bonra-11:00 to l3:no noon; 3:00 to 5:00 p. m.; 7:3(1 to 8:30 p. m, Telepboue-OffiM U8. Kmiilence 163 DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SUROEON ^^^^^^ * Oflto AVer R'iffinbotham'a Drug Store Fkoae QOIce 125. House 04. Office hours-0 to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Rambling Reveries Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Eunlett. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Siindnys-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. IF MOTHEK WOULD.LISTEN. If mother, wmuldi listen to me. She would freBhen that faded gmva She would sometimes take an hour'* rest, And sometimes a trip to town. And it shouldn't be nil for the children, The fiifl nitd the cheer and th* piny. WH'h the patient droop on the tired mouth And the "Mother hns hnding 21 years, and no leaseshall cover a greater area than lOO.OOft acres. Lands leased are not subjeot to homestead enti-y or sale, but the MiniS'ter of the Interior may cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof byglvins the lessee two years' not -Ice. The rental chargeable is-tiwo Cents per, acre per annum. A lease *�Dnot he granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of shcop for every 60 acres �pplicd (or, and the lessee shall increase his stock so as to lie in pos-Mssion at the end of thnee years of one head of cattle or five heatl of eheep for every 20 acres leased, ami shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-gnising Is pernraitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred . to. A map showing the Bheep (razing districts may be secured nn application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy o( the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. DR. O. J. COURTICE DCNTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, . - SOUTHARD Bf.OCiK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property e. F. IIARBIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Survej'ors Hieinbotham Block, Lethbridge F. T. BREWER PlUieral Director and Embalmer True, mother hns had her day, dears, When you wei-e her babies three. And she stcppee polite to each other in the family circle is foolisK and like "putting on airs." We must rid ourselves of this notion and act on the principle that whatever helps to make our intercourse pleasant with those oittsidc the family circle should be brought into use there; What have you set your heart upon^ Is it upon wealth, or position, or fame? Then let us tell you thnt you may pile your gold to h?nven, you may scale the .dizziest heights of success, your name may Iw hcaixl on over.v street, and you m.iy stil,! have nfade a dismal failure of your life Have you over heard of a man who was happy hceausc lie was peaceful because lie had outtlone every competitor? Never. The supwme lesson of history is this: that a dry crust with a clean conscience is nioit! to Vvp. desired than millions of dollars with an aching heart. Lot your iflcal lie to pursue and practice tha highest truth, to master fully the Chri-stian science of right living, ami not nw>re-'y by your own vanity and selfishness in gaining a few more pounds than you can spend, or l>.v. intriguing for positions which will bring you terrible responsibilities which you are sadly unfitted to carry. Ijet your ideal be to build up a manly char -actor, and then everything will fall into its proper place. I wore not a farmer man. Who labors in the dirt With piint-legs tuck�l in boot high. And sports a sweat stainetl shirt, I think I'd Ije a railroad king Or scvntething of that sort, .Vid stand lieside the track to iiear | My locomotives snort. And then this ratther bushy beard That or.-iaments my chin Woulil be whackwd off; I'd shave ir.j face And let the sunlight in; I'd don a uniform of blue, A very fancy ties And wear brass buttons on my coat To watch niy traiiis roll by. The Time for Striking Gas is near at hand. trip Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REQULATIONS. ANY even numbered necllon o Oorolnlon Lands In Manitoba, Saakatcbewan and Alberta, esceptlnc 8 and M, not reaerTCd, may be feomeateaded by any peraon wbo la ibc aolc bead of a farolljp, or any male orer 18 year* of age, to the extent of one-quartcriieeilon of ...16V acres, morfe or leaa. �ntry nuat be made pcfaonally at the local land oirce for ibe diatrlcl In which the land la altuate. The hameateader la required to perform the condltloaa couBccied ttaerewlib under one of the foUowlDS plana.: I. At Uaai als moniha' realdcace upon and culllvatlan of the land In each year for Hirer year*. 3. If the father (or mother. If the father la deceaaed) of the home-leader reatdea upon a farm In the viclally of the land entered for the requlrementa aa to realdence may be aatlafled by auch perann realdInK wlih the father or mother. a. If the aettler baahia permanent rcaldenct upon farmlnf land owned by blm In the f loin-Uyof hiabomeatead, Ihe reqnireneni* aa to realdence mar be aatlaQed by realdence upon the aald land. Six monha' notice In wrIttnR should be given to the commlsaluner of Dominion Landa at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. w. w. ooav. D�pnt' nf the Mlnlater of the Interior The world would lie much lietter than it is if people would live up to their ordinary notices. ^ The parlor as a parlor wil.l soon be a relic of the jwst. The very name seems to suggest stilTness ami lackof comfort. The new houses, even the most modern ones, will have the liest room, the one in which tlie whole lainHy gathers, a warm, sunny place a home room in its truest sense. Th(! next generation will not waste space on parlors. Perhaps a little iib-rar.v, lor privacy will also l)c indis-pensihle to miany. This cheery room of the future will hold the piano, the general books, the pictuivis, worJi baskets ami ever.vthing that serves to make home a haven of rest for loyal hearts. Speed the day. JIST AS WE SEE IT. Two persons stnml upon- the same bluff overlooking the groat Mississippi river. The one can soc nothing but a wimHng shoot of wat,or obliged to follow down an incline on the 0.11'th's surface, and therefore of no intoi-est to him. The other, .spellbound ami with avc and admiration for the wonilcrful works of nature, bohohls a mighty river, as in its ceaseless powar and majestic Ijcauty it rolls e\-er onward towards the sea. Sf� wo saw the ripple of the water here and there as it playei! around some hiani', none but lozy, indolent lieopio drift with the tide. Lay hold upon the promises of Ciod and pull nj^ninst the cur.ivnt and as tho years roll by as ceaseless as the flow of this mighty river vo shall be able to look back with |�aco awl consolation upon n life well, sjient in the service of Ofid and humanity and by ami by how swwt will come tho welcome words, "Well done, got.d nnd faithful servant." Tho first fluty of a man is to his homo, to his wife �nd his children, if lie is so fortunate as to havo them. Am a husband and father ho should Iks tho lijiht and joy of the household To the ohiUlron he should \yc their counsellor nnd friend, their stivngth for duty, their encouragement to e.x-'thirty years of age arc as common cellonce, their comfort and help in ns tolackberrlos, and there are thous-nll thnt'prepares for usefulness nnd ands of such animals working in our makes home attractive to all. Icit.cs. It hns l)een placeoon carefully worked at t�?n or twelve j'ears. Tlie early iiuvturity of a racehorse and its decline occur within the time wiren say, a Hackney ought just to lie Ijeginn-ing work in earnest-that is Ixs'twoon five and six years. There can lie no givater mistake than that of work  ing horses when too young. Thoy Iwcomo worn out tjofore'they really ought to work at all. nnd no nm-tiunt of veterinary attendance can restore the shattered parts of the anatomy. With the approach of old age giv'y hnirs appears about , the head, e>es, niuz/lo and face of dark colored horses. Hollows np -pear al>ove the eyes, the tooth elongate, and the gums shrink. Some old horses kwp their condition remarkably nt?ll, and look as blooming as a youngsiPi', and it is usual to find old animals deficient in flesh. The spine sinks, tho back;bone lie -fouK's iiroinincnt. aijS the quarter!) angular, l^he neck and 'the t'ithcrs lose their stoutno>is. Ilut above, all an old horse, if it has done much work shows well-nwirked evidence of hard wear about tho fetlock jo/hts, hock joints, tendons, etc. The Into Mr. Ilia in .said that a horso of five years maj' bo comparatively consid -erwl as'old as a man of twenty; (at (en years equal to a man at forty; at fifteen to one at fifty; and twenty as o(|;Uivalont to one of sixt.v; at twenty-five etpiul to a man of seventy; at tiilrty to one of eighty and at thirty-five equal to a man of ninety. Horses at twenty-five and And then, in case I made a And mk!t an nuto man, I'll not l� in the mud knee deep A holding "l>obs" nnd ''Fan," Hut soatcu l>et. Or know the reason why. Hut siKicuIntin" on the thing Might bring to luc but harm- .\ Uarriman or Gould might trade \ railroad for this farm. And make a fortune on these hills While I despised the road, .And long to Iw back with the rills. To bear the same old load. KLOWEHS FOH GAKDEX DISPLAV To make a selection of varicii's and in plncing them, it should ev..>r be remenslierod to prcKluce a flispljiy of flowers of various forms anil -o'.-ors at nil limes throughout thr-;;-blooming season of six months; su.'n as at no lime during thnt pcri'id will be tamo and uninteresting nut always proscnt a pleasing hnrmoMv of Color. By colonization to prod icc a natural cIVect, they mn.v lie mnt^ to apiieor as though nature hart placed them wlierc they stand. Iiy all means avoid a mi-xcd mass, wilti-out regard for color scheme and hnli-it of growth. It goes without saying that the taii growing vnrielias should be placed liehind tho low gro�t ing ones. Po not fail to plant -n-ough of tlvem to furnish a goodly supjdy for the at all tinios without dcpleating tiie bods to. the extent of making them appear nv?n-gre and spare of bloom. Call and see our lists before prices go higher If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. Barnes h coohe nnrcE old no vs. The Uriice Old Boys' .Xssociation of Edmonton aiv making great profMirn-tion for a ixs-union of Bruce OUl Hoys which is to be held .ful.v 3i'd, the last da.v of the Edmonton Fair. A large Bruce tent will be ei-ecteil on tlvo grounds and an At Home will be held in the evening. Bruce Old Boys from all ovor tho province are cordially invited. Special excursion rates good from .luly 1st to oth havo been secured. Duncan Marshall is President and Geo. B. O'Connor liie secretary of the Association. Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone for Piles, and Its action is positivo and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use. Large nickel-capped glass jars 50 cents. Sold by J. D. Higin-botham & Co. ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 12.] Froviflcial Lumber Hano&c'g. fo. Ltd., Manufacturers, Jobbora.and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Turnings, Shingle, Lath, Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- I Everything required in the construction'of ft Building, | Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money io> Calgary nnd Granbrook. i Help to build up Lethbridge and a \ ac9A industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Bound and Bompas Streets- Teleplione 158 SO CONSTITUTED. ,Thera ere some people so corvstl  seventy-five .vonrs, but instances of that kind must indeed be rare.- From the "Horse," by Dr. Wharton. Notiee Kegnrding Tenders. Tiie time for receiving tenders f'.r tho construction of Knox Churcii,, is hereby extended to 37th ol Juno. * E. V. uyuwds. 20-27. STRAYED. Came to my premises. Sec. 22, Tp. 8. Range 19. Three unbranded horses, two bay marcs, and one bay gelding with white faee and four white legs. Tho owner can havesamc by proving property and. paying expenses. JOHN- POLINKAS, liCthbridge, P. O. 6-13-20 27- HOKSES STRAYED. fl.l reward will |je paid for the return of three, viz., ono mare light bay about 700 lbs., ono colt 4 years old, tlark hay about lOOiO Ihs.; one mare two .years old, soiroH, all are branded S U on left shoulder and vanted by same letters inverted on left hip. .1. MORGAN, Lethbridge. foitnd. Corner of Round nnd Courtland sliDcts, a 14 fool log chain, owner can have the same by applying to tho undersigned, proving pi'o|)orty, and i.aying cxiicnscs of this adver -tisemont. P. C. MARRIOTT. CUaning Preuing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion Garment Co. Lsdiss' Tailor-made Skirts to maa-�ore. and tor Crown Tailoring Co. Yourowu material made up. Refsiring Altering P. Burns & Co., BUTTER :i We have succeeded in placing our contract with the AIIht- J ^ ta Grovernment Crefiinery for our entire supply this season. * \ With our special cooling facilities we are enabled to supply our customers with a No. 1 grade article, and we therefore invite J � your orders with a guarantee that we can give satisfaction. First shii^ment just arrived. Give us a trial order. ! f A. EASTON & CO. I 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, CTC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIG;ARS IN A NEW STAND .Just drop into my new quarters tend oonvinoe yoiir-8i?If that I am up-to-date, The deanest and brightest shop in Southern Albertii. GEO. V ;