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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta to hit old friends And customers he hM opened t eneral Lninlisi' Bnsiness On Bareness Road, ea*t of 0ie Co4.Tt House Give Him a Call. A; W. McVittie 'h Dotnitiion Land Snrreyor Will devote his entire time during the tammer to laying oat new towniitee. Contract piiuee oii application. aO^Office at the Coaldule Hotel. LethbridKe. SyMpitt ef the Crizin| Re|ili-tlMS ftr tlM Provinces of Siskatckewan and Alberta. ar�slag leases of llominion Lands uawkable for agricuUural purpoMS aiajr b� aecurad in that portion of ttw Province of Alberta, lying Soutli of the Kortherh boundary- of Towa-kip^Saand in the Southwestern per* ttoB of Um Province of Siaakatcb- teases shall be for a period noi aioaedias 31 years, and so leaseshall aovar a greater area than 100,000 acnis. I^anda leased are not subject to hoBtestead entry or sale, but the XiaiMar of titt Interior may caaoel a leasehold, or any portion thereof hyglviaf the lessee two years'- not -ica. The rental chargeable is two cata per acre per annum. A lease *aaBot tis (ranted an applicant un-taas ha owns one head of cattle or Svaihaad of sheep for eveiy 60 acres applied lor. and the lessee shall is-Biaaaa his stock so as to be in> po�-ssMiioa et the end of three years of m' hsad of cattle or five bead of Jhssp for every 30 acres leased, and Aairmaintain stock in this propor-tioa during the continuance of the Sheep-grusing is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above refor-rad to. A map showing the sheep gracing districts, may be secured on pplieation to the Secretary f the Departmsnt'Of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COBV. Sspttty of the Uinister of Interior. K. B.-Uaauiaorised publloation of this advertiaemeBt will not be paid for., � ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices'Very Beaionable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer olfiee. one door eonth .of the Army Bamcks. riMWork a General JTeaming. When you reqnire your garden* ploughed, your yards cleaned up, ellarad�tg,'or any other teaming don^ see us, or phone 66, and your order will have our prompt ttMition. COAL must be paid lorondelifery. W3I. TAYLOn, Lethbridge $15 Reward ,WiUbap�tdto anyone retaming �M >bfty, kona, one brown mart, Md OM gray mare,>randed 0 aH thigh, to fl W. iiwoiim' Blacksmith Shop, Bosa Bnttea, or to IdiplwU, Lethbrk3g9. Jeia>hlthbridg�. ^ 08. P. W, TUU.ER i'HTWCLIkM AND SVROSON XtSTMVMC&OE 0�iw-Oti Blork. ttonis-11:00 10 ia:no ooea; 1:00 le �:0i) p. M.; 7:00 to trio �. Tefepkoae-Oflke �. Ms^Jdnes ISt DR.G.C.CRAGQ nrrszciAN awd sviio&dif uOds ov�r:4BflaheVMMi'e DngStan FhoM iitea 18S. Boms M. Offlos heure-* II a.a.. l.SO t� 4.80 p.m.. 7 to  p.ak \ Qood manners are not taught in tha school books. They are found in the home lessons. Dr. F. H. Mewbum (�o�-R�dpath St. oor. Bnrdatt. Hoara-Beloft9 an., i-8 p.n 7-8 p. ui. Sandaya-S.aD to 8.8(1 p.m. Tdephona 41. W. 1 CAUMin, M.D.CN. (NcaiD rBTSICIAH, 8USOI0M Aoooooan Offioe-Buidette St. , Phone 68 Houn---B�rfk>M � S-3,7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physioiaas and Snigeoos OiBoes-Ott bkxsk. 'Phoaaia. Dra. McClure * Stewart suaoBOH DnmsTS Offiee-^. D. ^ginbotham's new block. 'Jffice Honra-B a.m. to 12 n. i 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. It would astonish many of us some times if we could know whnt our neighbors thiiik of us. Kvcry iiiau haa some kind of k standing in the community where he lives, and ho is sited up a gre�t deal, closer: than he has any idea t>f. Ydu may act it down as a fact that there isn't a twelve year old boy in the. neighborhood who hasn't his opinion of you Kvery nun is always making char -actor, whether ho is doing anything else or not. , W. C. SIMMONS AdToeate, Barrister, Etc. nVriOB, .  SOCTBAUD SLOOI Koaey to I�nd ea Town and Farm Property C. F. HARBIS Barrister, Advocate. Notary Publio Office-Oliver Block, up-staira. r.T.BBCWU P�aeral Oivecter aod Smbalmer XXTRBIUOOE. AI.BSRTA W. SHAW, fitaw � Bccwiter Agent (or Empire Wall Pkpar Co., ^nt (or 8. P. Nelaon A Co.'a Windowphanie, the modem tans-Inoentglaaa decoration. Leave oideia at Lethbridge Hotel. H. C. MOOKC runeral IMreet �r and Snkialmer OOlce-irait te VNetyteriaa Church. Ottoa Fkeaa lOS. Bastdsaos ISt. Lethbridge. Lodge No. t. LO./�rsO.F. Meeis la ei4faitews'Jisli SVOTT riMay evaslng SI e'clesk. VMuag scaiarsa srs ilwarsweicsM C. T. Bennett, ..T.Doolgrj^ WILLOW BRANCH BEBSKAX LOBOE, MO a �eetsis 0�4Mlews' aell e sty isBttk Tharsasy. TMists at*afs wsleeae. lira. J.^atattord. Aa^ Oavlea Court Sl8iarUlhM^.Rt.809S A. O. p. Meeu im p� M Vea^ ��rs la es�r�esn_atl s. �.. la OMf - * What do you think of a uuin who will ait dovn to the tobte three timea ajlay, and thank the Lper than an idler and a dead- laiit; that it is just as criminal arid ""rtfehtcst Jeweled crowns in his and siived the lives of a large fao�- ily of chijdren. The nuin who saves one lite rt'-celves' a price for bravery, hia picture uiipcars in the metropolitoa papers, and he wears a madal which sa}-a to'the world he was brava. And he was. But the woman who has saved the lives of many is given no badge, and seldom ever a word of commendation. The husband of the ordinary woman has not the gift of making money. He works hard but is a poor manager and the wolf never gets far from the door. The good wife seWs, cooks and mends for the man who does not even give her a kind word for uay. One has most truthfully said that for each of her children she trod the Oethsomane of woman, only to go through that slavery of motherhood which the woman eiidurL-.s who is too poor to hire vompotunt nurses. For years and yoars .sho never knew whnt it vas to hHvc a single night's unbroken sleep. The snmll hours of the morniug found her walking the floor with a sick babe, or putting water to thirsty little lips. There was no rest fur her day or night. There was always a child in her arms or clinging to her skirts. Oftcncr than not she was >sick and nurve worn and'' .weary almost to death but never failed to rally to the call of "mother!"-aafn good' soldier aiwaj's rallied to his battle-cry. Nobody called her brave and yet, when one of the children came down with malignant diphtheria she braved death one hundred times in bending over the little sufferer, without one thought of hur danger, and whenthe little one \vo� Juid nwny under the sod, she who loved most was the first to gather herself together and lake up tlip hurdon of life for the others. These ordinary women may not receive a Carnegie badge for bravery but "He wHo marks the sparrow's fall" will certainly reserve for them recomi>rehensive to waste Monday as to desecrate Sunday; that labor la the pr.ce of all honest possessions; that no one is e.\empt from the obligation to labor with head, hands or heart: that "an honest man is the noblest work of Ood;':r.tbat knowledge is power; that labor is i^orship and idleness sin; that it is, better to eat the crust of independent poverty than to luxuriate amid tha righest viands as a dependent. Teach him these facts and regulate hia life, and we will Insure his success-though the heavens fall. A'genuine mother could no more raise a bad boy into a bad man than a robin could raise a hawk. When Wftsaya "genuine mother" we mean something more than a mother who prays with her boy and sends him to Sunday school. All these things are good, and indisfiensabte as /ar as they gd, but there is a lot more to do to train a boy besides praying with him, just as there are things naoesaary to the cultivation of a garden fcesldes reading a manual. To succeed with 'ruses one must prune, weed and hoe a great deal. To make a boy into a pure man, a mother must do more than pray. Shenuist live with him in the sense of comrade and closest friend. She must stand by. him in tione of temptation as the pilot sticks folthe wheelwhen rapids are around. She must never deoert him to go off to superintend outside duties any more than the engineer deserts his post and goes ,n-to the baggage car to read up en? gineering when his. train is pounding across the country at forty miles an hour. TRUE LOVE OF *OMEN. . No ronuin will love .a man bettor, for hia being renowned or prominent 'Though he be the first among men, she will be prouder, not fonder; as ia often the case she will hot even be' proud. But give her love, appreciation, kindneaa, and there is no aacri'^; flea she will notauke for his .content and comfort. The man who loves her well is her hero and king-no lefts a king, though his only kingdom is a heart and home. In nine cases out often, it is a nun's fault that'he'is unhappy with his wife.-It Is a very exceptional woman who will not be all ahe can to be an attractive husband, , and a very exceptional one who will not bo very disagreeable if she finds herself wilfully neglected. THE ORDIKARY WOMAN. We have noticed; that among the aiaay priaea given by Aridrew Car-aegia as a reward.for bravery and haroUitn, none have beqn awarded to. wbONn, aay' nothing of the "ordin-aiy woman." Are women less brave thaamen? True, the ordinary wo -OMa may be afraid' of a mouse, but harr'record' for true herolam - and bravary will compare favorably with She may not jump In .front of a runaray team to stop it or rescue^ afrlend! ifrom the third story of a burning iHi.lding. but we have wo-; aea right in this eomnunity who havs sxblbltad , mora true haroiani than any: man wsarihg- the Carnegie badga of honor for b'mvery. Many a soldier who hravoly stood' at his post of duty for two > or three ysars during the Boar war, is'tebver-en wlth.hadgM. Ws wiDuid^nat iaka one from hin. he nsrlts' thsm: but t;.-t'ordinary'^ wonaa/ vhas stood at ^h�r ;,:fp�it of 4uty'; for thir^ tyi' forty:> and svsn Iwlfvaesntu ghilnv wl^ slekasM, ^ lately issued, one of our reporters visited the.-company's ofllces, when' thestock registers 'and subscription forms were opened for his inspectiofi. It-is �>irtainly phenomenal and en-couralfing in western Canadian enterprise the cordial support that has been accorded to this company' throu^out the whole Dominion, and there is not a city, town or villaga that has'not its quota of shareholders. The personnel of the shareholders is such as indicatea that the company certainly |ias-the confidence of the general public in all centres. Few, if any companiea previously organir^d in western Canada have received the.same enthusiastic sup-IMirt in ever}' section of Canada. The company >lias purchased or secur ed considerable areas of land at Calgary, Medicine Hat, Winnipeg and other centres. In addition to this, the machinery equipment has been ordered from the firm of Torris, Wold * Co., Of Chicago, the contract calling for delivery on the l.'ith of April next-and the building tenders called for the completion of the buildings before .that date. It is evident that the company is about to commenee an active and useful earner. Actual canning operations should commence early in the coming summer, and there is every' prospect of this company becoming one of the most extensive and oaeful induatriea In the Dominion, with a scope possibly as greai as those Americau industries of the same nature whose operations run into hundreils of millions of dollara annually. The comiJiany's operations to the jjtreaent dote have, we understand, been conducted on a strictly cash basis. , The company haa practlcmlly. no liabiliUes. . ;The possibilities of this business if rightly handled are truly eoloasal^, and few .-:Ganadians before the repsl-' ationsuf the Jungle book had any coneeption of its nwgnitude and vast scope "of operations throughout^ the world. Bullies to remark, thai; one alona 9ut,of the sixteen prln-eipal  Arms operating in, Chicago,/ (Mesare. Swift k Co.) by their. Inst puVllshcd 'report and balaacs aheet admit'over: no leas thaa two hundrsd millions of dollars ^during one ysar^s operations; and there are others whose;figures tven exceed this vast turnover. Our rvporfef was alao shown con-siderablft .eorrSspondenee both,' foreign and Caaadian, indicating orders runhing intii^ several millions aanual-ly so tkefs pui be no doubt that the Western .Cfnaeries Limited has a groat' and |||n>fltobls field for its op-sratloBs^ the ilraat west. ; ' Thsreport referred to Is an later -eating doeuBwnt, aad we would ad-visaanyoas 'who aaty be laterMteil in the undertaking to obtain a eopy from the eonpaay'a oOeas ia' Wta-aiiM---^ait�>>a^^^1Mwei�a�^ IMT. mm Buy Real Estate Now Before all the choice properties are gone. These fine SNOWS GUARANTEE BIG CROPS this season, and big crops guarantee an increase of from $2.60 to $5.00 per acre on nicely located lands. Buy some of the following tracts to tnm before fall with big profits. Snap on half section, well selected farm land, near Sterling, at $9.50 per acre. Meveral sections selected farm land, 15 miles north-east of Warner, at 7.50 per acre, easy terms. One section choice farm land on railroad, near Silver Farm, at 12.50 pet acre, terms. One section choice land, adioining Silver Farm, east, for 13.50 per acre. A section very choice farm land, one wile frontage on irrigation canal, 4^ miles sooth of Goal-dale, at 15.00, easy terms Several pieces of selected farm lands, near Silver Farm, on railroad, for 13.50 jier acrei 8 aorea choice irrigable land, 1 niile from Coaldale, at 27.5U per acre. Siiarter section improved irrigable land, 2| miles from Conldale, 'at 27.50 per-acre. - ,. alf section fine irrigable laud, one mile from Coaldale, at 22.50 per acre--a snap. ( ;f 80 acres improved irrigable land, 3 miles from Coaldale, at 2r).,50 per acre-a snap. >!,^ CITY LOTS, in good location, 90.00 and up. 10 acres near Fair Grounds, at $500 per acn^ Alberta Realty Co^ SOtttkard Block, Uthbrtdfc. C: R. DANIEL. Maasger. { Get th? Photo ---IT'S A GOOD ONE-^- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL RUSH f. f. MDFORD SyMpsb or OnadiaB North-WcsL irailieSTeArRBQUUTIONS. A�T �*ea anaibcrel secUoa e Oomlsleh L�ia� la Maaiteba. Sasksickcwsa ssi Alberu escepilBff  aai M, eel rsoerreS, laay ke aemcsiesded ky say persoa wfee la ikf Mte head of s fsmUy, orBBrai�lee*er Uyearr ofage. is Ike extern of ess fHsrtcr seeilua at in acres, more or less. �8117 aiasi ke mtSe |m�sobs>I7 si Um lees) isad e� requtreaMsisastortsldenee las' ke savaSea k/ suck penea tesidlag wiik ibe taifesr ei "etbei. ... I. ItUie^ciaerfctahlsrenaaiitBtrtsMeiiKt 9poB fsraiinc lasS ewacd by bus la thevleto-liyef his homestead, ibe reqnlrameaM a* ve realdeaee bmt be saitoSed by resldeace npoB ibeaaM laadi Sli moabs' aoHcc Is wrtllat shoald be clvei to the OomoUasluBer et Bomlnloa Laada s'l Ottawa erisMaiioB 10 apply feriMteBt- . '-w..w.ooaT. DepntT of Ike MlBlsteref the Isterter. The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 25e AT ^ KEAN'S OppoaitoP.O. ThoMM loa Oream oii Order. SAVE MONEY NOW - - . I ean tell yon J|ota now in IWbor for $100, that will ba , eUing'at |M0 la a Mth's tima. ^ Good numiag Land lor aak w. tusaiLL iaallMalaAffiai IMar.Alta TRY WM. OLIVER FOR- EvcrylkiAf required in the constractioa of a Bttildinti Lunber aad aU kinda of MUI Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to bnild np. Lethbridge and a local industry by patroniaing Oliver'a Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-r-Corner Round and Bompas Straeta Telephone 153 ; ' " B E E r WE' are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-<�ld steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. ' sBBaaasaBssaB. a' - P. Burns & Co. Impemtor Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. E � r A. EASTON & C0.| MANUPACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAJL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN , " . TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, CLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. If AY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND OmABS IN A N E W STAND Juatdrop into my new quarters and convince yourself that. I am ujp-to^ate. The cleanest and brighteatahopin Southern Alberta. . mouk: The Hotel Winiisoil H. B. mtSACH. Proprittor -^-- Every attewtion given the travelling pablie ' '  * TelephoiU'i? I 1 Faad SlaUa ia oonnaotioii Landseekers'and Rancher's Headqun rfera , �  &k I i RATES, $1.00 PER D.AYJI fj!*�i��Mm 'Mill......J11| M M MI If Mil ;