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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Optical Department IS ATjlOUH SKUVUJE. We have had a wide experience in the fitting of glasses and guarantee you satisfaction. Our Rrices arc from 11.00 up. We ave pleased others and can please you. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE OAoe-OU Work. floats-It too to 11:00 aeoai 1:00 10 ft too �. � (Tsoo 10 iiso f. m. Telephone-Office 08. Ae�l good, and the earth will grow butter} " Do right, and the world will grow strong; Trim the lamp thut la left to your keeping, And (an It with breezes of hope, Lest shadows your life o'er creeping Leave others In darkness to grope.' One ui'tlve beech nut, given a chance will result in n forest, One little thought stalled right will go round the world 11 ml keep on its travels. It gets there by moving, not by sitting sulkily in the sawdust and wishing it were a plum pudding. Move on. Catch on. Hold fast as long ns you can, and if you are knocked off, grab for tho next car that comes along and you will got there. Hut don't start In tho wrong direction. Do not start for the drunkard's grave, or you will Ihs the family that Is tho result of his making and begetting. Men err by wilh-holding when they have moans to spare an wall as not, and they err by giving heedlessly to tho ond-less asking of those whose great aim in llfo Is to attach themselves to those Inclined to charity. Help those who are la sickness, in trouble and distress, If you can'do so without robbin> your creditors, yourself or your family, be Just, and then be. geUorous. To give wisely Is on art, to give well Is to1 give successfully. To provide employment is even humane and wise, but you should give It or And li to those why try to de-|vserve such assistance, not to those who are ,azy, dirty, shiftless, careless and indifferent* to your success. Let those who will' not tfy to come up just a lltllo higher, with your help, remain where they are, except you are able to give. No man has a right to walk deliberately Into poverty in order to prove his manhood a disposition to humanity. This is not the way to help mankind, or to serve your conn I try. When a man is stricken dawn, thou help him U you can, but do not encourage him to fall again and to keep on fulling simply to be helped Do not Iks a miser, nor yet a spendthrift. Do not be selfish, but bo careful to preserve your own health, moans and nb.llty to help those who will be with us-to-morrow, ns well as to-day. ********* " Mir 1 Buy Real Estate Now Before all the choice properties are gone. CITY PROPERTY 11 lots, corner Charles St. and Westminster Road ot................................$160.00 2) lots, six roomed cottage, on \ mile circle, London .road, for a few days only, termt, 000000 .1 lots on Westminster Rond, near Argyle ave, at.................................... 800.00 1 acre on half mile circle, Westminster Road, terms........ ........................1200.00 Lots in River View, on Water Main............................................ove referred to. A inap showing tho sheep grating districts may bo secured on application to the Sucretary f tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa. w. w. C'OltV. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorised publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. ^ED. PULLEY"* For Pine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, one door aonth of the Army J3arr icks. tJttM Work a Specialty General Teaming. When yon require yonr gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, see us, or phone 6(1, and your order will have our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge �Coney to Land on Town and Farm Property ?. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-ataira. THE BOBBINS PROJECT ������������^�r������������*��^���(l����������^�^s>aj��tajsj Southard Block, Lethbridge. C. R. DANIEL, Manager. { F. T. BREWER f�neral Director and Embalmer LETHBRTD0E. ALBERTA W. SHAW, Painter k Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for 8. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modern trans-lucent-glass decoration, l^enve orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORE funeral Direct r and Embalmer Don't be agrumbler. Some pooplo contrive to get hold of the prickly side of everything, to run up against the sharp corners, and And out all tho disagreeable things. Half the strength spent in growling would often Hi>t things'right. Vou may as well make up your mind, to begin with, that no one ever found tho woiLI as he would like it; but you j are to take your share of the troubles, and bear them bravely. You will be very sure to have troubles laid upon you that belong to other people, unless you are a shirk your-self, hut don't grumble, If the work needs doing, and you can do It. never mind about the other person who ought to have done it and didn't Those workers will All up the gaps, and smooth away the rough spot*, and finish up the Job others leave un done, they nre the true pence makers, and worth u whole lot of growlers. i Reply to Conserative of an act of the DmrMm Government. churlers were granted by the Whit -ney Government for mining compan -ies tho total capitalisation of these reaching the enormous sum of WO,-113-1.000. Assuming this stock to be placed on the market at ft cents per share, the investing public will be The Mail and Empire continues to n1*"' t� contribute to the holders ot (Ottawa Free Press.) Office-Neat to Pros* yterlsn Church. j Office Phone 102. Residence 13a. | ___I Young men, the. first question your employers ask themselves when busi. ness becomes Hlack and It is thought necessary to economise in the matter of salaries, is. "Who can best be froth at the mouth over the Itoh -bins Irrigation project. It appears, however, to have discreet 1/ dropped the foolish contention of Its parliamentary friends that a clause In the Contract coUld and would have Axed the .price of1(the land to the settlers, and. devotes itself exclusively to a continuance of the campaign of slander . of which this flimsy proposition was advanced as a pretext. The species of vtirfarc being both consistent with its traditions and congenial to its temperament, the Mail succeeds In sustaining in Its own performance tho venom, the audacity and the disregard of candor which characterised the original onset. Whither this combination of evil spirits will eventually lead its vie  tint r. mains to he seen, but ut pros-eut their presence is manifest by about a column per day of salacious allusions to "graft," "political favorites,"' diversion of money from the the mining permits about one and one hulf million dollars. And this Is merely the fust fruits of the week's operations. There remains;yet the programme of boosting and booming'' by which such stock is usually work-, cd up J to par before the property V.s really proven its Value as a producing) m'ne. What with optimistic report* of "new finds," and "rapid 'development work," the sum extract jell from the investing public vlthln the next few months is much more likely to be 930.000.000 than one million dollars. And this ,1s the results of one week's concessions grant ed by the Whitney Government. My what species of calculation can the results of the year's operations be gauged and the amount gathered in from the Canadian, British and American investors on the strength of similar concessions discovered? Every dollar Invested' wisely or unwisely in these stocks; la Invested be- TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- X Everything required in the construction |of a Building, ^ Umber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Culgary and Cranbrook. _ X Help to build up Lethbridge and u local industry by patronizing X  Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills.  Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompaa Streets Telephone 153 a �>^v$v8HtAtxgx�:.u. a�v. ace 1.0. O.F.': responslliile positions nre to Is? Ailed ; Would you like to gunge your own | future for a position of prominence? WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH i Would you like to know the probabll-LODGE, HO. 2 llties of your getting such a position? Meet*In oddfellows' Wall c ei.� Mconc ana jlnipjlro within! What are you do- public treasury, any kindred phrusos -cause the provincial goverament has neither suggested by the clrcumstan-Uranted to someone a concession for ces of the case nor permissible with mining, purposes, without stipulation any reasonable deference to thebound jlhrtt 11 �houW not turncd oVl'r lo someone else, or ut what price such those broadsides . of! exchange must be made. invective, if they may be supposed to i --""l '� the Whitney governmentheid fourth Thursos;. Vloltore �!;� wslcemr. lira J. Stafford. h. a. Annie Daviee Ito mako yuurself valuable in the he. Mt, J position you now occupy? It you i. ----- � \arc doing with your might whotyonr Court Star of LethbrM|e.No. 8095!httnds to do-lh0 ch""7 nrc ttm  to ono that you soon will become so A. O. r. I valuable in that position that you I e governed by any general or tangible conception of things, mean no moro and no '.ess than the Federal Government is to lie held responsible for the speculation indulged in by tho Robbins Irrigation Company after they had secured the contract from the Government. If so. what about the responsibil - {accountable for tho gambling In mining stocks which Is thus mads possible? Ih it held responsible for the disposition made of the concessions by those to whom the government grant ' them? | Is it uuide answeruble to the investor for the money he puts into ul- cannot bo spared from it, and then, s'ngular to relate, will bo tho very time when you will be sought out for promotion for a better place. Meets Ut ��n in concessions granted by them? > � ft held to be an undesirable thing Th? samo issue of tho Mall which that money should he so Invested, contained a column of unctuous as- ; �'' '* the Provincial Government stirahecs that "graft" is the great 'denounced as ImproM.lent for per Engineer, Canadian Pacific Hallway, at Calgary up to 15 K, March ISth. 1907, for the erection, completion, aad dolivory of the following brick buildings: Six Stall Addition to Engine House at Hwlft Current. �o Engine $15 Reward 81* Stall Addition House �t Lethbridge. Six Stall Addition to Engine House at Cranbrook (Includes two end wrl'.s). New Pour Stall Engine House, Coleridge. New Six SUI1 Engine Ho use with Dolller llouso 100'x4a', Strathcoaa. New Brick SUtion, Strathcona. Plans and SpeciAcationa, also proposals may be seen at the office of the Assistant Chief Engineer. Winnipeg, Division Engineer, Calgary and resident engineer, Cranbrook. Tenders may be for all or any of the above mentioned officers. The Company reserves the right to reject any or all tenders, Any further information can be ob-J. tainnd.front the above mentioned of fleers. DIVISION ENGINEER, Calgary. FeLruary 10th, 10OT. dusrler; in other words, it is hotter to hold ourselves at what wo are honestly worth. The world is full of |MHiplt> who never know or lonrn anylh ng, becuuso they think they know enough to begin with. Thousands ate touching when they ought to be taught; thousands bellcvo I themselves wiso when their ignorance I i. I------�... 1.1... . t,�,.u, I.n1l..,-n political issue contained also several columns of advertisements and min -ing news setting forth tho imineus -urahle fortunes awaiting the investor who put his money in t'obiip mining stock. K\?ry company floated for mining in the Cobalt district is floated on the strength of a mining concession granted by tho Provincial Govern  ment of Ontario. These concessions mlttlng such Investment? In it represented by the Mull or its contemporaries that money so invest ed In diverted from the provincial treasury? Or that the general welfare would have been furthered If it had been invested? I p to date the Mall and its friends have not been observed to make any such strictures on Mr. Whitney and B E E F WE nre selling more beef by tbe (junrter titan ever before. "Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beet now, while it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. ]m|H'mtor Hums and Bacon. Telephone Ul. B E E F A. EASTON & CO. I MAN L'FACTITRERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSEXFURNISHINGS ANT) DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. eW�e�***�**##***�#�***^�?***�***9* incnnnmaoaannnnoanpapanLiac: ( I are ol tuincd from the Whitney Gov- j his confreres. On the contrary, the eminent for a trifle, they contain no Will be paid to anyone returning one bay horse, one brown mere, and one grey mare, branded 0 eft thigh, to fl W. Liooins* Blacksmith Shop, Rose Buttes, or to Joseph Mitchell, Lethbridge. LABOR UNION It ALL. A few ntchteare et|ll eaea for the the use of Cluhe Lndgee, etc., in the new Labor Ualeti Mall, formerly known at the Batalra flub. Parties desirous of ra�tlafrafs�ve will address. R J. BALDriV, Box ?oi. Lethbridge. it laim-ntablo; thousands bolieve then wolves clothod in gold when they are only thinly plated and tho copper shows through in many places. Tho wisest are comparatively ignorant and thousands .of men who have ideas of their own abilities will some day wako up to the realisation that they have boon laboring under a large sited delusion. Many a young man's life is gilded by bright dreams that come, in tho early stage of the game, but later ho Ands that theso , dreams ore only empty, and O, how 11 ttle is the change when it comes. CHAUITV AT HOME. Stt row aril comes to him who robs himself of what ho needs to sustain life and hoalth, or 'what Is needed to csre for his own, merely to give to those who ask. No man has a right to give what io not fully his own; no right to give away* any time that belongs to another, to create poverty in order to relieve poverty; to lose the respect of his home ones, or to do whut will weaken their faith in hint as. e provider, and * protector. Man's duty is to Clod, and he discharges the duty when he is true to provision ns to what price the investing public shall be charged for thorn, they are immediately placed^ on the market and disposed of In the form of stock for many times tho money expended for them and fro -(juuntly for many times tho amount which is reasonably likely to be pb-tuincd from them. It Is no reflection, either on the r. sources of Cobalt or on the legitimate mining companies which are jiC'omputiy, undertaking the development of those resources, to say, that the general character of the trafficking in Cobalt mining stocks has so far lost the semblance of legitimate business enterprise as to become popularly regarded as tho species of stupendous gamble known as a "mining erase." That companies are frequently organised and stock sold not tor the purpose of developing miuing property but for the purpose of onrichlng the fortunate individuals who have secured a mining concession from the Provincial Government is notorious, but no more notorious than thai tho general rule governing the capitalisation of mining companies is not how much money is necessary to develop the property to the best advantage, but how much can the stock purihnsiug public lie persuaded to contribute for the enrichment of the prontoters. During the past week alone, 31 activity in th� development of Co -bait is hailed as a desirable thinb and the stock gambling pussed over as one of tho unavoidable incidents of the opening of a mining country which the government is powerless to prevent. Yet the Federal Government is held up as guilty of sumo species if unholy connivance with "grafters" because the Robbins Company disposed of its irrigation contract to the South Alberta Land under conditions which gunruntco that the latter concern must, either develop the property or lose Its investment. And under the further circumstances that the company can get its money from tho land only by selling this in connection with the flvHi tu-vnekteart in non-irrigable districts. A FAVORITE. REMEDY FOItll.lU-IES. Its pier sent taste and-prompt cure nave made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with it he mothors of small childron. It qutckly cures their coughs and colds and prevents uny danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences. It not only cures croup, but when given as Soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack. For sale by All Druggists. AN OLD TIMER - WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND ClOARS TN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and eon/ince yonr-Bt-lf thut I uui up-to-date. The cleauest and brightest shop in Southern AlliertM. CEO. HOUK nnnnunnnnnnqpnnnni' The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every ntteation given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephoito 47 Laiidseekors' ami Rancher's Ttoadquarters RATES, $1.00 PER DAY ;