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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta dip 3f> ^wutbUAce* to hit old friends � ,, --... BLOCK Money to London Town *nd Farm Property . C. F. HARRIS "*' Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public � Shut her up.and she elopes with a coaehn -cross her in love and she may fill a suicide's grave, while tho world woudors how Jt is possible ono who "had all that heart desired" could wish, to end existence. Many of our young women readers are consumed with ambitious desires-thoy feel tho Ulvlue spark, which might bo fanned into a splendid flame, but parental authority decrees they shall "fold their hands and wait," while the spark becomes dim and goes out taking hope, perhaps life with H. Do not choose a vocation for your daughter-do not insist that smother her ambitions and become only a lady, when she might bo genius. Tho talent which is reprea ed and strangled would electrify the world. Give it free scope and hearty welcome. Buy Real Estate Now Before all the choice properties are gone. Lot6Block6Duff Addition..................................................16004cash Lot6 " 6 " 11 with six roomed coUoro, Price......................$1500 4 cash Lots 7 to 12 inclusive, Block 5, Duff Addition..............................1800 each 4 cash 2 Lots in Lot 16 Bloek 15 puff Addition....................................225 eaoh J oath Acre lot 10 in Bloek 9 Duff Addition.................................................1500 Acre let on Crabb St..........................................................2000 k cash 42 lota with 2 house rented for 20 per month for.............................6500,1500 cash B sores 6 roomed house and barn, fenced and broken for....................1860, 800 cash Lota 8 and 9 block 66 Ford st. tor........ .............................. .......1100 cash Corner acre in W for...............................................................1200 - "My for............;...................r..............................1200 4 lota on Brae* st. Riverview Add,.....................>...................250 eaoh 4 cash Choice lota on Brunton st. Riverview Add. on water main...........................275 each 8 lots Atgyle Ave. at.............. .................... .................850 eaoh \ caah LETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA two W. SHAW. Painter 6 Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson * Co.er 'ami U�o other mtin's falsity, and this 'wbYnan'S hypocrisy and that ,one's indiscretion', go home with the ten commandments a'sTi monitor and make* out a-list* of your own derelictions. Get the Photo Habit TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything require*! la the eoAstrnctkm of t> Buildieg* t Lumber emd til hin*l� of MiU Worh I Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge ana a local industry by patronising Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. C heart of mine, we shouldn't Worry sol What we've missed of calm wo couldn't Have you know) What we've met of stormy pain And of sorrow's driving rain, We can totter meet again, If it blow. For wc know, not every morrow Can bo sad; ! So fretting all the sorrow We have had. Let us fold away our fears And put by our foolish tears. And through all .the coming years Just be glad. Whltcomb Riley -IT'S A GOOD ONE- BUT liET IT NOW, BEFORE THE| USUAL Offioe, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bom pas Streets Telephone 153 ConrtJtir of LethbrW^.No. 8095 - A. 6. F. .Meets Ul and Ird Moo-dare In each month ail p. m.. la Oddfellows flalh bound Bt. Veiling, brethren cordially welcome. TH0S. HEAT0N, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE, &C. notice; In tho matter of the estate of Ellis' :Farrir. late of "theCity of Loth -utidge. in the Province of Alber* ta, Uancher, deceased. ' " Mtfc-...', General Teaminl, NOTICE, is heroBy given thet{'pursuant to the oVder of trie.Honorable  When you require your gardens chief Justice 'aifton pt the Supreme ploughed,, your yards cleaned up, court of the North West Territories, cellars dug, or any othe.r teaming deJed-Ut the City of Lethbridge', in done, see us, or phone 06, and the rrovluce >f Alberta', the 8th your order will have our prompt day of March, 1907, all creditors and attention. COAL must be paid other.persons having claims against for on delivery. - � Che-estate of the aboVo named EUIb -� Farrar, deceased, are' on. or before WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge the lo^h day * of April, wo?; re.- � quired "to send in their, names, and addressos with particulars of' their claims, together with a statement .of. tho securities (if any) held by thorn, verifying the same by Statutory Declaration, to thq undorsigneu ad-', vocate for the Administrator. . And take notice that after th'o said' 15th or April. 1907, th� Admfnls'-' trator will be at liberty to adq'Unis-tor the otsots of th^e^ said deceased or any part tl\oneb.f .among ^ho parties entitled thereto,.^having regard only to the claims of which he shall Iheo- have notice. Dated: at. Lethbr/djfe this Sih day of March, ieo4, ;." . / r, � WILUAM C. .n$pOB9,, , Advoeate.for Adrru>*etr,ator vj�*' i If young iilcn'wish to succeed in business, they must not spend their time and' money In simply having a good 'tlnio.*' Tliey must not bo dls contonied with tho" little placo in whit'h they'ftfo' in because thoy think thoy aro' too' big for It". Tho way to get into' a largo place* is to outgrow tho one yon "aro in, grow until it is so small'that "It will not h6ld you rfriy loh'gor. A' man "who sits shrunk 'up and worthless in a little place, bechuse be thinks' it is not worth whil'o to grow 'enough to fill that, ha huB llttlo proHpoct of getting into larger ones. Fill the place that you aro In'." Fit''yourself for' higher' use fulness. To" da that you must do somelhthg besides play, though that may bo innocent in itsolf. ALWAYS KEEP CHAMBERLAIN'S) COUGH REMEDY IN THEIR HOUSE. 'We would not be without Cham* berlalu's Cough Recnody. It is on hand continually la ear hi enys W. W. Kearney, editor of Independent, Lowry City, Mo. That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for Instant use, a cold may be checked at thi outset and cured la much Ices tune than after It nan become nettled in the system. This remedy le aleowith out a peer for croup la childrea, and ill prevent tho attack when given ae eoon aa iho child becomes hoarse, or sven after the eroupy cough appears, which can only be done the remedy is kept 'at band, sale by all drnggleta. .....'.............V TT F lltttttttttllMMI RUSH 1.1. Syltfn* Of HOMESTEAD tEOUUTMNS. �V ess assaesrea eocttos o eeaUates | i Maaiioea, assfesicbewsa sal escesUaf I sal M, �� set roaorved. ae* os aWSMSiesesC ay say -erseo who U �S� I tele bead of o fsaui*. or say aiala etor II yesrs of ate. is the esteat of oso-e,osrur ssctiea of I D E E r WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice three-year-old  tee re. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. P. Burns & Co. Imperator Hama and Bacon. Telephone 91. B E E F awry atestBe smCo eorsosaily at iho less! leae e*ee fee the distttct la ahktb the laad ta Tae hesnsisBSst Is roaatiss is setferss tSe i eeasliieas eeanociee theiewlih ssdar one or | ihaMlewtacylsaai - t. At least sis sasaths' losMeaco ayea aad I ealUfaeseof laelaaClasach yew fee three | t. If the father (or � ether, If the rather le eecoeees) of Iho heess.ieaeer rtsMeb apes s fans la *ss eletsliy a* the Isae eateied fur th� rasatresMaw aa te neldeace mar he aaltaSed by swsb rorssa losMiag wlib the fakaer w $15 Reward "W,ill b%paidis words' unchaste and r)|s habits tricky and uncertain. What a liappy world this world would be if th'o ihnoconcy. of childhood's tender yours could be, carried through ago. So whijo we are training thons. Iti the wuy they should walk, let us watch our own footsteps, and . not cut off their harmless mirth to suit our tastes that' havo grown sombre with'age'.and care. Let us not mistake gloom for piety, 9r a broken spirit for gentle submission' to lawful, authority. , Never !be ashdmed, of your . early Isurrounding b'ocau'sp. you are. living in'a' nibre ro'finod place at present. Do not be As'hdmed of your old father and moloor wlien they come to yfiuf'city to visit you besause their IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. (Cranbrook, B.C., Herald.) One of the beat boosts toat advertising in newspapers has had for years, and one that may not come up again for years, has Just boon presented at llutte, Mon. There was some trouble with the press men aac the newspapers, the pressman da mandlng an increase In the scale. As tho papers claimed that thoy were running at a loaV they refused to grunt the increase and a strike fol lowed. The papers suspended and this left tho city without any adver tialng medium. This condition hai prevailed for something like two weeks, and the proprietors of the do partment stores and other largo ee-tablismnents unite tn aaylng that their business has fa.len off from for ly to sixty per cent., since they havo had no opportunity to advertise their goods for the benefit of the public. a If a* voider hassle re rasnest r� aide act | fanslag lea* ewaeo hy slat la the *iela> ttyef hisheaMsiese, the resulreaeou as lei amy ho saileSeS hy re aide ace usee | the said load. soUco la wrltlaf shealO ho slvsa i r of Dasiiaies Lands st | Ottawa sf lalsauea to ayylf for aateai. w.w.ooav. SaaatT of the BUaloier of iho Uterlet. A. EASTON &' CO. | MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALER8 IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. .............II......>l The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits UFFLICTED WITH RHEUMATISM. "1 was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism," says Mr. J. 10. Beyae, editor of the Herald, Addlngton, Indian- Territory, ''but thanks, to Chamberlain's Pain Dalm am able once more to attend to bus! uees. it la the hast of liniment.." IX troubled with i* matism give Tain Bairn a trial and you are certaie to he asore t| plesesd with the prornpt relief which it affords. One application relieves the pain. For sale by all. druggtats. tipples 6 lbs. for 25c. I AT kean's Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 lee Cream on Order. I SAVE MONEY NOW - - AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS Or LIQUORS AND 0IOARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince your* self that I am up-to-date.   The cleanest ami brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ***************************************** 1 era sell yon lots now tn Tabor lor |100, that will be selling at fSOO is a month's|| time. (The Hotel Windsor! H. E. MIEBACH, Praprtotor MUf AKP'9 DISTBMPMR. LDflMKNT OCXSS Every attention given the travelling public fl Feed Stable in eonneotion Telephone 47 Osod Fanning Land far sale|| Lradseekers'andRanoher's Headquarters W. f. RUSSELL | RATES. $1.00 PER DAY ;sM|MstoAjN�t TaWsr.Alta M�lil.HIMfft�t�f��t�lil>tlffMHfIMMMI 5949 ?18152 ;