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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta fa jr^,,i.Jfc,?r' di nfiiVtM nil E. Adams announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a Business On Baroness Road, east of the Court House Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will dovoto his entire time during the summer to laying out uow townsitcs. Contract piicea on application. ISrOffico at tin; Coaldnlo Hotel, Lethbridge. OR, P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ofnee-OH Itluck. Hourt-11.00 to 12:00 noon; S.OO 10 tnoo p. m. | 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Telephone-Onto 118. Itealileneo tGti DR. G. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Onto ever Hlglnbotham'a Drug Storo Itaono Qmco 12R. House 04. Office hours-0 to It a.m., 1.110 to 4.90 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Red path St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before 0 a.m., 2-H p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.80 to 3.80 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, Sl'IlOKON ACCOUCIIEB Office-Burdotte St. Phone 53 Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-11, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons OlHces-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McClui'tt lit Stewart 8VUOEON DKNTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbothaui's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 1 Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Ornzing leases of Dominion Lands unsuitable for agricultural purposes m�y be secured In thtit portion of the Province of Allicrtu, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town ship 28 mid in tin> Southwestern por-ilon nf ihu Province of Suskntch-�won. Ixm.scs shall l>i> fur h period not xcecding 21 years, und n lenseshull cover n greater urea thun WO.OOOj acres, Lands leased aru not subject to homestead entry or Rule, but. the Minister of the Interior may cancel it leasehold, or any portion thereof byglvln^ the lessee two years' not -lie. The rental chargeable is two Cruts per. uere per annum. A least* "annot be grunted an applicant, unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every flO ueivs applied for, und the lessee slmll increase his stock so as to Iks in possession at the end of three years of one head of cattle or five head of theep for every 20 acres leased, and Khali maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Shcep-gr.ising Is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above refer-rud to. A map showing the *heep fraxing districts may be secured nu application to tile Secretary f the Department of the Interjor. Ottawa \V. W. COItY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. X. II.-I'nuuthorlzcd puhlieitt inn nf this advertiseliieiit will not !>' paid fur. General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, sellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or drop a post card in the office, your order will receive our prompt attention. COAL in nut be paid for on delivery. Residence und stable east of the barracks. \VM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge DR. O. j. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Of lice in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, -  SOlTIIAKIl 11 LOCK Rambling Reveries Bv a Dreamer, IP M0TIIUH WOULD.LISTEN. If mother wmultli listen to me. denra She would freshen that faded gown She would sometimes take an hour's rest, And sometimes n trip to town. And it shouldn't bo all for the children, The fun and the cheer and the l'ln.V. WH'h the patient droop on the tired mouth And the "Mother has had hrrdny.' True, mother has had her day, dears, When you wore her babies three, And she slcP|k�d around the farm and the house As busy as a lice. When she rocked you all to sleep tlen rs, And sent yod nil to school, And wore herself out, nnd did without, And lived I5y the (loldcn Utile. And so your turn has come, dears, Her hair is growing white; And her eyes are gaining the far away look, Thnt peers beyond the night. One of these days in the morning Mother will not be here, She will fade away Into silence- The mother so true nnd dear. Then what will you do in the daylight, And what in the glooming dim? And father, tired und lonesome then, Dray, what will yi.u do for him? It you want to keep your mother You must makv her rest today; .Must gl\e her n share of the frolic. Anil ilniw her into the play. would listen to me, Money to Lend on Town nnd Farm Property V. V. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate. Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stuirs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Tligiiibothnin Block, And if mother denrs. She'd buy her n gown of silk, Wrth buttons of roynl velvet And ruffles r.s white ns milk. And she'd let you do the trotting, While she sot still in her chair'; That mother should have H hard all through. It strikes m�> isn't fair. The world would I*. much lietter thun it is if people would live up to j their ordinary notices. lilted -tlidL limy K'1 straight for lite pleasant things us a l>ee pitches for a clover top ns soon ns he is out of the hive, They like everything. If they go to a concert they find nt least one voice tlml suits them, wondering how Ood could put so much melody Into a single throat. They enjoy the Spring, they love the summer, they luxuriate in autumn, they praise the winter. They are pleased under any and all circumstances. The.V are the people you like to have for customers If you are a merchant, for clients If you ore a lawyer, for patients If you ore a doctor, but you don't often get^ them on the sick list for they can cure nlmost any kind of disease, even a "brnln storm," with a bottle of laughter, "to l)o shaken before taken." in The parlor ns a parlor wil.l soon Ive a ivlic of the past. The very name i sivms to suggest stiffness and luckof Lethbridge! """f"1'1 ""' ,h'w houses, even the What are those whom we meet society to us ns compared to our own home circle? Why do we Mfc* pains to lie polite nnd agreeable 16 them and neglect those who have tha strongest claims upon us? It nil cornea about been use we have got !�� to the wrong way of thinking. Wo have put the home in the back  ground, when it should occupy MM foremost place in out thoughts. We should strive to make ourselves such mcmtiors of the household band that our nbsenro Is like the loss of sunshine from a miinm?r day. We con do It If we enter into the right spirit of home. The idea seems to exist among us that to lie polite to each other In the family circle is foolish nnd like "putting on airs." We must rid ourselves of this notion nnd act on the principle thai whatever helps to make our Intei-rotui*. pleasant with those outside the family circle should tic brought into use there. What have you set your heart upon? Is it upon wealth, or position, or fume? Then let. us tell yon that you may pile your gold to heaven, you may scale the .dizziest heights of sur-cess, your name may lie heard on every street, and you tiny stil,l have ntnde n dismal failure of your life Have you ever heard of a man who was happy Iseeouse he was peaceful because he had outdone every competitor? Never. The supreme lesson of history is this: that a dry crust with a clean conscience is more to lie desired than millions of dollars with an aching heart. I-ct your i to appear as though nature hud placed them where they stand. by all means avoid a mixed muss, xv I'.limit regard for color scheme and habit of growth. It goes without saving that the tail growing varieties should be placed behind the low grovvi ing ones. Do not fail to plant -n-ough of tin-in to furnish a good'y Mipjily (or the house at all tines without depleating the hods 1o lite extent of making them np|M>ar meagre nnd spare of bloom. The Time for Striking Gas is near at hand. Call and see our lists before prices go higher If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. Barnes 6 coohe ROOM 7. OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 12:i IHIPCK. OLD HOYS. F. T. DREWER Funeral Director and Emhalmer w ill have the liest which the whole a �iinn. sunny place The ! LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Wiudowphaiiie, the modern translucent glass decoration. Lt'uvi' onlers at Lethbridge Hotel. D. C. MOORE l*uji�ral Director and Embalmer most modern ones i room, the one in j family gathers ' a home room in its truest sense next generation will not waste spnee |  in parlors. Perhups a little lib-j iniv, for privacy will nlso lie imlis-| Ipeiisilile to nuuty. This cheery room : of the future will hold the piano., the general books, the pictures, work j I baskets and everything that serves \ Of Interest to the Fanner SOMK AIDS IN TKLLINC! TUB AOK OK HOIISKS. to make home a haven of rest h\\al hearts. the. day. .II'ST AS \\K SKK. IT. for The Ilrure Old Hoys' Association of Kdmonton niv making great preparation for a iv-unlou of Hruce Old Hoys which is lo he held .Inly Slril, the last dn.v of the Kdinonton Kulr. A Inrgv llriiee li-nl will be erected on Ilk' ground* and an At lb me will be held in the evening. Hruce Old Hoys from all over the province are cordial l> invited. Special excursion rates good from July 1st to .">th have been secured. Duncan Marshall is President and Oeo. 11. O'Ci nnnr the secretary of the Association. Provincial Lumber & Manofac'g. fo Ltd., Manufacturers, Jobbers and Denlers 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 SAVE MONEY NOW - - I can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will be selling at $200 in a month's time. Good Farming Land for sale to. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estat�fl*geut Tabor. Alta Office- Next to Divsl yterlun Church. Odk* Phone 102. Kesidcnce 1U0. Two persons stand upon the same bluff overlooking the great Mississip-| pi river. The one can see nothing I but n winding sluvl of wnt.T obliged j to follow down nn iurliiie on the ;earth's surface, nml therefore of no | interest to him. The other, spell-| bound and with ave nnd admiration j (or I he womk-rful works of nature. | beholds a mighty river, as in its I ceaseless power nnd majestic beauty i it rolls ever onward inwards the licru in Oddfellow.- IUII ever, Prioa, | *�� ��' "� snvv �� ri|.|�le of the venliiK at s.ixi u'cluck. VIhUUik breibrvu are | water h\'if nnd there as U ployetl 8rv" Bennett. E.V. Dooley. t,h"�*hl �i.u. Itcc. Sec oi the pilot who. when asked if he - | knew where all the dangerous rocks and shoals wen- along the deep Letlihritlgc, Lodge No. 2. WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 MrcU In OildfrltnwH' Hall e erf Hi-con.l ami fourlh TtiiirnOay. Vlslloik al�a;a welcuuie. Ilea. J. Stafford, Annie Davies N. O. Ui-c. Dec. Court Star of Lethbridge. No. 8095 9A. O. F. Mreu Ibi anil arU Muu-�lav* in each iiiuntb a*, a l>. in.. In OUilffllnwa Hall, Hnumi si. VtalttiiK brelti-ren cunlltllr wi-Iconic. THOS. HEAT0N, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE. SEC. The Best of Candy -AN D- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 25c. AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Ice Crpfim on Order. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANV (ten uuinlierert section n Dominion Land* in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alltcrla, eaceptliiK " and 10. not rraervrd. ma; be bomeateaded by any peraon wbo ta ibe aole bead of a family, or any male orer Is yearn of age, lo the extern of one-quarler necllon of ICO acre*, more or lea*. Hairy mum be made peraoually al the local land ott'ec for the illatrlct In which the land la alluate. Tbe homcateader ta required to perform the coitdtlloaa connected therewith tunicr one of the following plan*-: j 1. At laaal Mx month*' resilience upon and , cullliratljii of the laiul In each year fur Hirer ' year*. j '�. If tke father (or mother, If the father t* deceaaed) of the home-leader realdea upou a I farm In the Tlclnlty of (be Und entered for the rei|iilreineut* a* to realdeiice may be *atl*ned by �uch person realdliiK with the fartier or iKolher. :i. If the aettler hasht* permanent rcNldenct upon farming laud owned by him In the vlclu-I Ity of hi* homealead, the requirement* a* to residence may be aatlkllcd by rekldcnce upon thevald land. Bit monb*' notice In writing ahould be given to the Oommtaaluncr of Dominion Land* at Ottawa of intcatlon to apply for pateut. W. W. CORY. Pepnt-  the Minister of the Interior weiv river, replied: "N'o, |>ut I know where the ik'cp water is und if we keep the boat In the deep water we shall be snfetiud not worry much nbout where the rocks are." As we mused we thought there was a lesson in this. It said to us not to foolnwuy our lives puddling along the shores of the lliver of Time, |irobing around Ir.silig I" Und nil the. rocks. We believe many li\es are wrecked, not so much by the Morins of life, us by drifting with the tide and striking these rocks ami coining in contact with the hidden sins and dangers along the shore. Push out on the deep wnter, hw\d your bulk up tile stream, none but lu/.v, indolent people drill with the till,) upon Ihe promiseK of (tod and pull a^aiiiKl the eiirivut roll by ns ceaseless as the flow of this mighty river vc shall lw utile to look buck with |K*ace and consolation upon a life well s|icnt in the service of (iod ami humanity nnd by nnd by how sweet will come the welcome words, "Well done, gold nnd faithful servant." The first duty of n man is to his home, to his wife nml his children, if he is so fortunate ns to have them. Aw a husband nnd father he should be the liuht nnd Joy of Ihe household To the children he should l>e their counsellor nnd friend, their strength for duty, their encourngenient to excellence, their comfort and ht-lp in nil Unit 'prepares for usefulness and mukes home attractive to till. SO COXSTITPTBn. ' Then r.rr some people bo corystl - Veterinary surgeons, nnd others dealing extensively in horses, can form an t pinion ns to the animal's ! ago by its general appearance, llrey horses usually turn while after they are about eight years of age. A horse under three years of age lacks tho development of one at four or five, nnd the carriage of a young animal is not so graceful as thai of an older one. Work has of course an important influence upon the physical cindition of an animal at a given age. When young horses iiiv put lo work on hard roads, say at three years old, they will at the time they ari'lvi! nt about Ave. years of age, show us much evidence of wear ns a horse that has lieen carefully worked at ten or twelve years. Tlu� early uui'turity Telephone 15:{ 0 cents, bolham &. Co, Sold by .1. IV lligin Notice Regarding Tenders. The time for receiving tenders ( r tho construction of Knox ('liuivii. lethbridge, is hereby extendi*!! to 271 h ot .I une. * i: r iivi.vxiis. 20-2T. STRAY I3D. Came to my premises, Sec. 22. Tp. 8. llango IV. Throe unbranded horses, two hay mares, and one bay gelding with white face and four white legs. The owner can huvesnme by proving pro|Hsrty ami pnying expense*. .IOIIN POLINKAS. Lethbridge, V. O. C 13-20 27- P. Burns & Co., Ltd.f BUTTER Wo have succeeded in placing our contract with tho Alln-r-to (lovornment Creamery 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^ invito your orders with a guarantee that we can give satisfaction. First shipment just arrived, (live us a trial order. Bn<��***olt***�i******** **************** A. EASTON & CO ******* HOIISKS STUAYKO. 815 reward will bo paid for the return of three horses, viz., one mare light buy about 700 lbs , one colt 4 years old, dark bay about 100O Ins.; one mare two years old, sorrell, all nro branded S II on left shoulder and vented by same letters inverted on left hip. .1. MOIUiAX. liothhridgo- Korxn. Corner if Hound and Court land vtreetK, n 11 foot log chain, owner can have ihe same by applying to the undersigned, proving pro|Mirt.v , nnd paying excuses i f this udver  ti semen t. I�. C. MAltlilOTT. 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. H#r^**#*##***##*#**#*.#*#*#***#***w�*r**#*i 9 nnnnapanaaanaaDannnnn r.crnann ~ rinnrf.innanHQi.irir. Cleaning Pressing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion Garment Co. Lad its' Tailor-made Skirts to measure, and for Crown Tailoring Co. Your own material made up. ReraJring Altering AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- QLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND OKfcARS IN A * NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quarters �tnd convince yourself thnt I am up-to-dute. ' ' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. moukJI innnnnnni' 52 5651 ;