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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta anriouacet to hie old friend* � _ \ t- and customer* he hat opened t General Lumbal Business On Bareness Road, eaat of the Court House OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AMD BTJB.OEON Oflw-Otl Work. tfottie-11:00 to 1�:hee 100 DR. G. C. CRAQG PHYSICIAN AMD BUAOEON ufflM oves-dBges^esaaa's Drag Ston Phone OJHm III. Bom 04. omc� %9 ti a.*., i.eo to 4.80 p.m., 7 to  p.m. , Give Him a Call. Dr. F. H. Mewburn 'iffice>~RHY9ICIAN, ftUBOBON AOOOUCHIR Office-Burdette St. Phono 63 Hours-Before 9 a.m., i-8,7-8 p.m Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physioians and Burgeons OffioM-Ott block. 'Phooo 141. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townoiteo. Contract piavs on j Offi�v-J. D. Higinbothatn'o new application. Drs. McClure It Stewart BVROEON DENTISTS "Office at the CoaldHle Hotel. Letbbridge. Symtfls tf the Grazing Regala* fleas far the Proviaccs of | Saskatchewan and Alberta. Orating leases of Dominion Lands unsuitable for agricultural purposes may be secured in that portion of the Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town, hip 38 ami in the Southwestern portion of the Province of Saskatchewan. Leases ahall be for a period not. exosed.ng 21 years, and no loaseshall over a greater area than 100,000 acre*. Lands leased art not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof bygivtaj the lessee two years' not -ice. The rental chargeable is two e.ata per acre per annum. A lease *anflot be granted an applicant unlets he owns one heed of cattle or five bead of aheap for every 00 acres applied for, and the lessee shall �-craaaa his stock so as to be in pot-aeaelon at the end of throe years of one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 20 acres leased, and �hall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-gruiing la permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map show In j the sheep gracing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary ( the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. conv. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. K. D.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. block. Office Hours-0 a.m. to 12 n. | � 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS AdTooate, Barrister, Etc. Of fid,  - SOUTHARD BLOCK I0JM Rambling Reveries I J By a Dmumkk. flood manners are uot taught tn the school books. They are found in the home lessons. What do you think of a man who will sit dovn to the table throe times a .day, and thank the Lord forbrcad which he has swindled some poor man or beat his grocer out of? It is well to be charitable In alt our conclusions, mindful that we often need the cloak of charity ourselves. Kill life with sunshine and strew dowers whero others throw 81once. Make life a bright spot tn this world and whore you see flowers cast smiles, and whether it be morn, dusk or night, let the sunny aide of nature always lie at full meridian. It would astonish many of via some time* if wo could know what our neighbors think of us. Every man has some kind of a standing In the community where ho Uvea, and ho Is sized up a great dent closer than he has any idea of. Vou may set It down as a fact that there isn't a twetvo year old boy In the neighborhood who hasn't hla opinion of you Every nutn is always making char -acter, whether ho Is doing anything ielse or not. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer office, one door south of the Army Barncks. FtaeWork o WHAT S* It A LI, | TKAOIt (1II1I.W MY af onejr to Land on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARBI9 Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, upstairs. F.T.BREW1B Fsmeral Director and Embalmar LETHBHIDQE. ALBERTA W. SHAW, ralatir * Decanter Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson * Co.'s Wiudowphanie, the modern tans-lucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOOSE runeral Direct �r and Embalmer Offlee-Nest te Fnss* yteriaa Church. OOce Phone 101. RasUssace ISO. Lethbridge, Lodge No. s. Meet* la eMtoltew*' Ball ever? Ft Mar vealnf at T.at e'eteak. VistUag brour as era alwara welcesM. E-V-Doo^ C. T. Bennett, WXIXOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODOE, NO. a Meets ta Ot4feU�wa* Sail a err_______ toarts TSaredaf. Vial km el* ays weleeaM, Mrs. J. Stafford, Annie Davias �. S. Be*. Sa�. Court Star af Uthktd|ft, Na. SOW A. O. F. Teach htm that It Is better to die than to lie; that It Is better to starve than to steal; thnt It Is better to be scavenger or a wood  chopper than an idler and a dead-lent; thnt It Is just as criminal and j rceomvrehcnslve to waste Monday as to desecrato Sunday; that labor Is the pr.ee of all honest possessions; that no one Is exempt from the obligation to labor with head, hands or heart; that "an honest man Is the noblest work of God;" that knowledge is |>ower; that labor Is worship and idleness sin; that It Is letter to eat the crust of indepen  dent poverty than to luxuriate amid the righeat viands as a dependent. Teach him these facta and regulate his life, and we will Insure his success-though the heavens fall. A genuine mother could no more raise a l�ad boy into a bad man than a robin could rnfao a hawk. When we say a "genuine mother" we mean something more thnn n mother who prays with her boy nnd sends him to Sunday school. All these things are good, and indisponsable an Jar as they go, but there is n lot more to do to train a boy besides praying with him. Just as there are things necessary to the cultivation of a garden lesldes reading a manual. To succeed with roses ono must prune, weed and hoe a great deal. To make a boy into a pure man, a mother must do more than pray. Shcmuat live with him In the sense of ' comrade and closest friend. She must stand by him In time of temptation as tha pilot sticks fo'the wheelwhen rapids ore around. Shu must never desert 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 engineering when hla train la pounding across the country at forty miles an hour. and saved the lives of a large family of children. Tho man who saves one life receives a prize for bravery, his pic* lure appear* in the metropolitan papers, and he wears a medal which says to. the world he was brave. And he was. But the woven who has saved the lives of many la 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 docs not even glvo her a kind Word for nay. One haa most truthfully said that for each of her children Mho trod tho Oethsomane of woman, only to go through that alavery of motherhood which the woman endures who Is too poor to hire competent nurses. r'or years and years she never knew what It vas to have a slnglo night's unbroken sleep. The small hours of the morning found her walking the floor with  sick babe, or putting water to thirsty little lips. There was no rest lor her day or night. There was always a child tn her arms or clinging to her skirts. Oftcner thnn not she was sick and nerve worn and weary almost to death but never tailed to rally to the call of "mother!"-os n good' soldier always rallied to his battle-cry. Nobody railed her bravo and yet. when ono of the children came down with malignant diphtheria she brnved death one hundred times in bending over the little sufferer, without one thought of her danger, nnd when the little one wan laid nwny under the j sod, she uho loved most wns the j first to gather herself together anil j tnko up the burden of life for (he i other*. j These ordinary women may not \ receive n Carnegie badge for bravery but "He wlli) marks the sparrow's fall'' will certainty reserve for them the brightest Jeweled crowns in his kingdom. 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 $2.50 to 15.00 per acre on nicely located lands. Buy bouib of the following tracts to turn before fall with big profits. ****** - � * ^ ** * " ��-*�.�-.*�- fXi-L"u*-ri-n_riLru.'j Snap on half section, well selected farm land, near Sterling, at $9.50 per acre. Several sections selected farm laud, 16 miles north-east of Warner, at 7.50 per acru, easy terms. One section choice farm land on railroad, near Silver Farm, nt 12.50 per acre, terms. One section choice land, adjoining Silver Farm, east, for 13.50 ]ier noro. A section very choice farm land, one mile frontage on irrigation canal. 4$ miles south of Coal-dale, at 15.00, easy terms Several pieces of selected farm lands, near Silver Farm, on railroad, for 1H.50 per acre. 8 sores choice irrigable land, ] mile from Couldale, at 27.50 per acre. Quarter section improved irrigable land, 2\ miles from ConUlalc, 'at 27.50 per auto. Half section fine irrigable laud, one mile from Coaldale, at '22.50 per acre a snap. 80 acres improved irrigable land, 3 miles from Coaldale, at 2fi.50 per acre-a snap. CITY LOTS, in good location, 90.00 nnd up. 10 acres near Fair Grounds, nt $500 per aero. Alberta Realty Co Southard Block, Lethbridge. C. R. DANIEL, Manager. Meats lai ass we Stea-ds*e la aa�F meets at I a. at., la OMMlewe Ball, kevat St. Vialtlas twenties eertUlly weleatae. TH0S. HCAT0N, C. It. A. i. RITCHIE. IEC. SpacialtyJ General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned op, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, see us, or phone 60, ana your order will have our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge $15 Reward Will be paid to anyone returning on* bay horse, ons brown mare, and ona gray mare,'branded 0 eft tbigb, to 8 W. Lwoiire' Blacksmith Shop, Rose fiuttes, or to Joseph Mitohell, Lethbridge. . LOBT. A buakiklw tors*, six years.eld, fear' wM� fags' op to the fensss. dark safari ^.tsUl^iji^S sad tevwrssd I.-f""!*i*> .itotidsr; �vlj|i*t .ibout jeoo pounds: rindtr win pi dee.W with"; - . . NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed Tenders will be received at the office of N. E. Brooks,. Division Engineer, Canadian PaclOe Railway, at Calgary up to 15 K, Match 15th. 1007, for the erection, completion, and delivery of the following brick buildings: Six Stall Addition te Euaine Ilouae at Swift Current. Six Stall Addition te Bnglne House at Lathbrldge. Six Stall Addition to Engine House at Cranbrook (laeludea two end walla). # Now Pour Stall Baffin* House, Col erldge. New Six Stall Bnaiaa Bomm with Dottier Houss 100 sad'. Stratheona New Brick Station, atmtaeoea. Plans and Speclasatlona, also pro posal* may b� see* at the) oBfe* of tha Assistant Chief atnjOasW, Winnipeg, Dlvtsloa Fnalnssr, Calgary and resident engineer, CrOBbrook. Tenders may be (or all ar say of the above mentioned onsears. The Company reserves the right ta reject any or all tender*, Any further Inforssstfea ana bs obtained from the ahov* laeatloaed of' Bears. _ DIVISION luraitfOBB, ajasary. ntswery 10th, 10c7. MAIX A law ai the uss of OBfM the now Labor rata* MUl knowa as Oka Analta C|ab OsaWsaa of *wetW �*** wtil as> dswn. B. BataBBBr, Bex M|. �., la Ibaawtiy THL'E LOVE OF WOMEN. . No ronian will love a man better for hta being renowned or promt nont Though he be the first among men, ahe will be prouder, not fonder; as is often the case she will not even be proud. Hut give her love, appreciation, kindness, and there is no sacrifice she will not snake for his .content and comfort. The man who loves her well is her hero and king-no loss a king, though his only kingdom is a heart and homo. In nine cases out of ton, tt is a man's fault that he is unhappy with hla wife. It la o very exceptional woman who will not lie all ahe can to be an attractive husband, and a very exceptional one who will not bo vory disagreeable If ahe flnda herself wilfully neglected. THE ORDINARY WOMAN. Wo have noticed, that among tho many prises given by Andrew Carnegie as a reward for bravery and heroism, none have been awarded to wonstn, say nothing of the "ordinary woman." Are women less bravo thanmen? True, the ordinary wo  man may be afraid of a mouse, but her" record for true heroism and bravery will compare favorably with awn. She may not jump in front of a runavay team to stop it or rescue a friend from the third story of a burning bu.lding, but wo have women right in this community "who have exhibited more true heroism than any man wearing the Oarnogie badge of honor for bravery. Many a soldier who bravoly stood' at his post of duty tor two or three years during the Doer war, is covered with badges, We would not teko one from hka. he merits them: but many an . "ordinary" woman has stood at her post of duty for thirty, forty and even half a century, Sghting with sickness., poverty and duwxiuragement, and true Spartan esureg* kept the wolf from the door MALCOM'S WESTERN CANNERIES, Limited. Malcolm's Western Canneries, Limited is calling for tenders (or the erection of uacking houses and cannery buildings ut three centres, vis.: Calgary, Winnipeg and Medicine Hat. Although Utile has been hoard of this company of late, tt has evidently (won making great progress In a quiet way for at the present time no less than $307,000 of capital stock has been subscribed by the public in various parts of the Dominion. ' Aiter keruMing the report lately j issued, ono of our reporters visited j the company's offices, when tbestock registers ' and subscription forma were opened for his inspection. It is certainly phenomenal and en-counffelng in western Canadian enterprise the cordial support that has been accorded to this company throughout tho wholo Dominion, and there is not a city, town or village thnt has not its quota of shareholders. The personnel of the share  holders Is such as Indicates that the company certainty fias the confidence of the general public in all centres. Fow, if any companies previously orgunlxed In western Canada have received the.same enthusiastic support in everj' section of Canada. Tho company,has purchased or secur ed considerable areas of land at Calgary, Medlclno Hat, Winnipeg and other centres. In addition to this, the machinery oquipmcnt haa been ordered from the firm of Torrts, Wold k Co., of Chicago, tho contract calling for delivery on the 15th of April next-and the building tenders called for tho completion of the buildings before that date. It is evident thnt the company is about to commence an active and useful cuneer. Actual canning oper  atlons should commence early in the coming summer, and there is every prospect of this company becoming ono of the most extonsivo and useful industries In the Dominion, with a scone possibly as great as those Amorlcnu industries of the same nature whose operations run Into hundreds of millions of dollars an nually. The coinpuny's operations to the present dote have, we understand, boon conducted on a strictly cash busts. The company has practically no liabilities. The possibilities of this business if rightly handled are truly colossal, and few Canadians before the repel utions of tho Jungle book had any conception of its magnitude and vast scope'of operations throughout the world. Suffice to remark that ona alone out of the sixteen principal firms operating in Chicago, (Messrs. Swift k Co.) by their last published report and balance sheet admit turn.ng over no less than two hundred millions of dollars during one year's operations, and there are others whose figures won exceed this vast turnover. Our reporter was also shown considerable correspondence both foreign and Canadian, indicating orders running into, several millions annually so there can be no doubt that the Western .Canneries Limited has a great and profitable Held for its operations in the {treat West. Thereport referred to is an inter  esting document, and we would advise anyone who may be interested in the undertaking to obtain a copy from the company's offices in Winnipeg.-Manitoba Telegram, Feb. 2T, 1D07. Get the Photo Habit --IT'S A GOOD ONE- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL RUSH W. W. HANDFORD Syaepsb Of NorthWcsL HOMESTEAD REQULATIONS. AW �t�a anmb�r�a aactlea e ooeilalea Lai a* la Mtatioba. sasbatchrwss as base of a Until?, or aar m*leo*ar IS feat* of ase, la tba tat -nt of sua aaarter aecilua at ISI �crae. more or Itaa, Bairr e�uai be mate aeeeonaUjr ai Ibe leeal lea* etca for Um dtatrlci la wblab ibe laae U aliual*. Tbe bAMtateadtr la reqttf red to Bartons tbc eoadli aaa conceded therewith under eae of tba Mlowlaa plea*, t I, atltaat a:a months' rakldaace apes aac culilfaU�a�r ibe land la each r*er for tbrac rears. a, irtnafathtrfortroiber, If iba raibcr U deceased) vf iba borne ttader r aides uaoa  farm la tba *l�lolijr of the land aaieied fur Mi' requlieMBte aa to raetdeace rat - be aattaSae b; sue* pa'*"* laatdlag wiib ibe fatber ei 'Other. .� I. If tt.e enter stable remanent r�sl4eac� �poe farming lead owned by bint la tba tltla> lie of hla homestead, ibe rcsulreaeau se ir residence mar bs aaiUSed bt residence uaea iba ea!4 lead. �Is moaae' soitce la writing should be tleai la Ibe Oemmlaaluaer et Dominion Laada ai Ottawa ef latcalloa to aaal* for mmbl w.w.ooav. Demtt? of iba Mlaleierer iba Interior The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits oooeeeeeoee+eeeeeeeee TRY WM. OLIVER | -for- \; ; Cverythiftt required in the construction of a Building,;; Lumber aad all hinds of Mill Work ; Do not seud all your money to Calgary uud Cranbrook. J \ > Help to build up Lethbridge and n local industry by patronising ; Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. | > > Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bom pas Straeta * > Telephone 153 ' o e�e���e���*�oe�����oooo�eeeeee�e  B E E F ^f/E ore selling moro beef by the T* quarter than ever before. Nice three-yonr-old steers. Buy your beef now, whilo it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. I m pom tor Hums nnd Bacon. Telephone 1)1. B E E F A. EASTON & CO.! MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAdON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. Apples 6 lbs. for 25c AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phono 98 loo Cream on Order. SAVE MONEY NOW - - . 1 can ooll you Jots now in Tabor lor $100, that will be selling at 1800 in a month's time. Good Farming Land for sale alio. w. r, RuasEix Raal EaUto AR�st Tabor, Alta OLD BRANDS OF LTQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my now quarters ami convince yourself that I am up-to-date.   The oleaneat aud - brightest ohop in Southern Alberto. GEO. HOUK nnrinnnnnr I The Hotel Windsor! H. B. MIEBACH, lhtefrlttor Every attention gi yon the travelling public Food Stable in connection Telephone ^ % Londoeekers'and Rancher's Headqtutrtera :j;i>>W mm aa�*aaaaaaa� mm � ��"��- . ^^^^^^mmm � � ,r r,, ,.....� . , �OfiArxm^'njn^ftV'-fg'fa-. J RAXES, $1.00 PER PAY^ ;