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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta llThbridgb herald S'MPSON & BUCHANAN Publishers F B. SIMPSON W. A. BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: n Advaaoe - 1.50 a year O.herwise - �2,00 a year ADVERTISING: Per Month - ! 00 Per Inch has honored childhooil. He tnnkes almost every picture a failure uii-leaa there be a child either playing on the floor, or looking lhrou(;h the window or sitting on the lap, gazing into the face of the mother. A FLOW MILL At last we are to have a flour mill. A definite proposition was laid before the city council and accepted. A bylaw will xiow be submitted to the ratepayers and Wiat' it will be unanimously endorsed is certain beyond a doubt, the need of a flour mill here has been apparent for some time and! now that we have an opportunity i of getting one of large capacity, we should do bur utmost to aid in its development and success. The Board of Trade deserves the credit for securing the mill and if one member, more than another, deserves special mention for ener- eflfort to reorganize the band. Leth-bridge should have a real good one. If the Conservatives do not add totheirstrength in Alberta any more rapidly than in Nova Scotia, they will be a long time 'gaining power - What absurd little things peo- Prior to the provincial elections | pie quarrel about. What trivial last week, Nova Scotia Conserva-j matters cause ill-feeling in fami- tives had two member.s in thejiies. The mutton being roasted Legislature. Now they have four! too little or the beef too much; an in a house of 38. It will take then> j opinion about the temperature of the house, the style of curtain that ought to be bought for the front windows; the definition of a word.; its pronunciation are things that might b�> argueil pleasantly about, mi . V ~u 1 1 1 but surely are hot topics worth a The Anglican Synoil showetl its ; *^ , ., � , 1 1 . i- 4 I I] quarn;! when peace and good wul goal sense by deciding to hold ' .... ' are of so much importance in the home. .\ little illft'oling is like a ^ seed that may grow into a large* tree which will shadow the whole r house. Many men and at that rate of progress, till doomsday to get a majority. We are to have a flour mill. That's the best news this week. OR, P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jtflct-0?er Oit't Barber Shop. Hosrt-11:00 to 1S:00 noon; S.OO to 5:00 p. m.;7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office NlKht BcU and Telephone SIMMONS A BCNNCTT Barristers Ac. LETHURIDOB and CARD9TON Lethbridge Office, Southartl Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. C. Simmons, B. a., Crown Prosecnic C. v. Bknnitt B. a. ^ Safe and Profiiabk inmimeni We will promise And f investment in our eily lots. DR. C. C. CRA6G PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON once- to heir next meeting here. They'll never regret that decision. -0�er Hlgluboibaiu's Drug Stori-1 'PHONE Office 123 House 94 Barrister J. A. Harvey, formerly of this city, has been nominated by the Conservatives of Cranbroo!; as their candidate for the Alberta legislature.-St. Thomas, Ont. Journal. gy displayed in this direction it is' j""^- K"*'^*^ ^'l'""'!;'" , E A. Cunningham. He worked i D^^ey, however, ^hasnt been hard to secure this industry for the women must look back with regret on the ' j hasty won.1 or the cold reproach I which was the entering wedge tiiat split th3 household in two This item shows the ignorance and yet how few make a i�int of: that e.xists in the east about* the uttering the soft wokI that turneth location of places in the west, away wrath. Craubrook, as most people should | - Your wise mother is not given Drs. Mewburn & CaJbraith i Physicians, Sutgcont. Accouchtts Office-Keilpath St. cor. Burdett.: Hours-Before 1) a.m., 2-H p.m..' 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.3t> to H.:U) p. m. Telephones 41 and 5;{. F. H. Mewburn W. S. Gai.braith ' M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. I Drs. DcYebcT & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. chosen as the ConserNative candi- , ,. ' 1 � date, either. He has ambi^.ions in city and we question very much u; ^ " . a proposition would have been offered so soon, had it not been for his efforts. EDITORIAL NOTI:S. Boost for Lethbridge. that direction, however. to worrying over trifles. She does not e.xpect perfection in a day. And she has put from her, as far as the east is from the west, the ghastly possibility of setting vanity up in the room of love. So she Offices-Ott block, 'Phone 143., DR. B. JACKSON PEXTTST A Pittsburg man wants to get into the""400'" and is going to get does not begin with exhaustive at-a divorce from his wife, who, he tention to the multitude of eti-says, is not good enough for him. quette, knowning that way lies the I He ought not to be gootl enough danger of making her boys prigs ' i for anything either, and a "400" and her girls self-conscious society j that accepts a divorced man under misses liefore they are in their Hurrah for the high level bridge!, ^^^^ circumstances is rotten. teens. She lays down as the laws - of her household the broad The new Lord's Day Act will j ciples of resiject for elders. Graduate Nortlfiwestern University' Dental School, Chicago. ARE YOU LdOKING FOR A almost, guarantee 50 per cent, and over on Choice Riverview lots.......................................................$125 easy terms . Dnff addition lots, 51* x 120 feet......................................................*150  DutT addition lots, 42 x 142 feet...........................................$125, easy terms X 12 lots, adjoining H. T. Cherry's residence lots,...........................$125 each, easy terms ^ 4 corner lots. Fonl at..............................................................$225 each 3 lots on DutTerin st..................................................................$680 Acre lot on Bonipasst................................................................$1025 ^ 4 lots. 25x22."., Bonipas st.........................................................$225 each i A lots. Block t;0................................................................$15t), each ; Choice lots, corner Courtland and Bartlett and Ashmead sts.....................$200 each, terms ; 3 lots, house and barn, Smith at................... ........................$2,500, easy terms 2 business lots. Baroness Road.............................................$3000, easy terms epurcyl (or such aii drug- Yea, in all ages God Ig^*""^*'- We Can't Do It For what stmie others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is more important to you, as the life of your Shirts. Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Necl< Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" edges. In onr laundry every colhir is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-extra charge either. Phone Wagon calls everywhere, Let us try a lot for yoii, no 145. Uthbrldcc Steam kaandrys Ltd. Cut Glass Indicates Refinement It is a sign of an artistic temperament in those who desire to own it. It is useful, as well-a sensible, serviceable investment. We have a tempting array of these goods. Every design is new, and we can offer our customers some exceptional values. Many people hesitate st buying Cut Glass, on account of its supposed costliness-but dol ar for dollar it reveals a richness that is possessed by few other article of art or utility. Come in and let us show ^oa our display if the least you our uispia; bit interested. R.A.WRIGHT The Jeweler Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL. AGENTS OfflcfSecosd Fiosr Sasthard Block Post Office Box 3 Teleplione No. 122 Brandon's population is 9,898, Four branch nostoffices will be established in Calgary. The British Columbia Permanent Loan and Savings Co. of Vancouver The foimdationof all wealth is SAVING. Three and on�-third cents saved each day grows to 1100 in seven years. Why noisaveyouroddcents?-and BECOME RICH. Installment Shares(Class C) of $100 each will mature in seven years, costing $1 a month till maturity. An opportunity of a life time to conservative investors who desire a Gilt Edged Security. Six per cent, fnll paid stock of SlOO share. This is Class B. Class A, permanent stock,^ paid nine per cent last year. A few shares of this stock still for sale $148 per share. Interest iJnyable haJf yearly in January and Jnly of each year. Loans at 8 per cent on first mortgage on approved property. T. E PATTESON, agent OFFICE-OTT BLOCK ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors RatM $1.50and $2.00 pur Ptty FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ma ;