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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 7! - ,V �t .- tAaflRIS annouacer'to hit old friends and cmtomers he has opened a OeDeral LumbBr DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Oflc�-Ott Block. Hoari-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 to �:00 p. m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Tcl�phoii�-Oflnic Store Phoaa CMBm IW. BbuM 94. OOoa h*ur�-9 to 11 a.m., 1.90 to 4.80 p.u., 7 to  p.m. On'Baroness Road, east of * the jdioijrt House Give Him a Gall. A. McVittie Dominion Lapd Smrveyor Will devote his entire time daring the snmmer to laying oat new lownsitea. Contract piioe* on application. f0-Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridf^e. Dr. F. H. Mewbum Offio�-Redpath St. oor. Bnidett. Hotirt-Befor* 9 a.m., S-S p.a., 7-8 p. m. Sandays-8.90 to 8.90 p. m. Telephone 41, Rambling Reveries riuicule. 1.01 a man travel whertB he will, home is the plnco to which "his heart uiitriinimeled fondly ; turns." lie is to double all pleasure i there! Ho is to divide all pain. A I happy home is the single spot of rcst^which a mun hits on earth for the .'cultivation of his noblest sensible ties. ' The way never to have 6|oudy weather is to have the sun inside of you. . " \ - When a man has no mind ofhis ou-n, he can ea.sily find a woman wl|o give him a. piece of hers. � ' will W. S. GALBRAITH, N.D.CN. (NcfiilD PHYSICIAN, 8T7BOBON AOCXJVOHBB Office-Bnrdette St. Phone SS Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-8, 7-8 The roots of nine-tenths of the faih urns in integrity, the dcparturesfroiii. honesty, the deceits, the trickery^ lies in the false' standards of. theiv home. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Phyeicioofrand Sntgeone Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 14t Synopsis of the Grazing Regufa lions, for tlie Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. uomitajble bo" Mciirad Orasiag leases, of Dominion VaxtAa tor gricuHural purpona in that portion of tlw Province of Alberta, lying South� Northern boundary of Town-Miip M �nd in the SouthwriMd publioartion of '^�fala advertisement will not be paid r'or. 11 '^ED. PULLEY^ For Fine I Boot & Shoe Repairs I Prices Very Reasonable.  Located in old W, H. Morris I transfer office, one door south I qf;the Army Barr'icks, I J Mm Work a tpeddty j .r-^,-^ I General Teaming. When you require your gardens �v plonghed, your, yards cleaned ap, -'^'^eellars dug, or any other teaming l>$done, see us, or phone 66, and V jour order will have our prompt ,f! attention. CUAlj must be paid ':^r;aa;deUvery. SLANDER. He who can choke the sweet flowers of social love, ond taint them with-disease; or in the paradise of earthly 1>, vhere the plants of virtue flourish, spread the blight and mildew of'desolation, hatred and distrust-who can crush his neighbor's fume to dust, and build on its rtlius-who can write infamy on the bfow of others, to prove his own purity, is neither man nor beast,but a heartless fiend. Those who have seen their dearest interest tampered with; who' know what it is to have the priceless gem of a good name sullied by the poisonous breath of cold, unpitying -slander, these best can say, he has no heart. If the lightning flash darts from hraven to strike the guilty down, it will blast the hope of murderers such as these.. VFrUCTED WITH HHEUMAtlSM. "i Waa.aiid am yet afflieted with rheumatism," says Mr. J. rc. Bayne, ditor of the Herald. Addin^on, In-dilnn Territory, "but titanks. to Uesirnblu lots^ In jforlh Ward at Siar>.00 and up. �1 lots facing inicl^, block 08 at $000.00. terms. Lots on W'estnil'nslor nenr London Iload at $2",'5.00, terms. 0, lots Burtlett St, nmr Courtl^nd at S-IOU.OO. Terms. 12 lot^ Afehmoad |it 82.'30.00. 18 lots* Riper Vi(|w, on woter tuuin at 8275.00 to SSOO.OO. 2 lots t'bril St.' at 130.00. 37J toot frontnge";,t)n Smith St, block 4", with good six roomed house and btii'ii for '92,000.^0. Terms. 2 ocros on Wosiininster Uoad (corner) at ?1200.00. __'_ V _, :'^.i.,;i|4|eM:.|.ANDS Improved iOO ncr|s'near Kipp'$1.5.00 per acre. a20 uteres, 1 mile,froni Sterling station, 66 acres of crop included, !f 13.00 per acre.', T^nns. Choice s.oction farjni^. laijd, cla^t* to railroad, adjoining Silver farm at 13.50 per aqre. ' ,^ ao acres iTnlJro^od, irrigatod IhntI near Lctlibridge. A snap at $26,50 per acre. ^ ' Cholcf! 320 acres JiVrigratod lands in blocks of any size. HAVE A FHEI^. I?tDTi'lN OUfl A'EW AUTOMOBILE TO LOOK AT ANY rUOPEUTY WK J1.\ve On''Oljli L.VJIGEJ LIST. Southhrd Block. Lethbridge. . C. R. DANIEL. Maauer. Get the tihambierlaln^a ' Pain Balm ain able pnca mora' to attend to buai'-, M. ' it is the bemt of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism glya Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased, with the..prompt relief which it afloifda. Oae application relieves tha pain. For'aala by all druggists. Botmuete. Habit IT'S A GOOD. ONE- liET IT NOW, BEFORE THE > USUAL ' NOTICE. In tha matter of the aatata/of Ellis Farrar, lata of thaOity of Lstb  bridge, ia the Province of Alberta. Koncher, TAYLOn, Lethbridge mMS Reward t'? Will.iba paid to anyoae retomiiiK one brown mm. ^^Mone^my mare, bnuided 6 ^l^PLnoiin' Blacksmith Shop, ; Bom Baties, or to Mitohell. Lethbridge. l^cghom Eggi ..................... NOTICE ia haraby givaa tkat pursuant to Uw order of tha Boaorable Chlat Juatlce Siftoa of the Buprene Court of the North Wast Territories, dated at tha City of Lethbridge. In the Froviuoe of Alberta, the 8th day of March. 1907. all creditore and other paisoBs having elaima against tho estate of tha above naniad EllU Farrar; deceeaed, are on or before the ISth day of e�rii. 1907, re  quired tu send la theia aamse and addrsaaaa wltii particulars of. their olalow, together with., a stataBwnt of the securities (If aay)' held by them, verifying tha saas. by BUtutory SeelarattoB, to the underaigaed ad-oeata for the :Admlaistratorri Aad take aotios that after the said 10th ot April. 1907. the AdnUnia -trator wUl be at liberty to administer %bm assets of the said deceased or aay part theneof among the part-satltled tkersto, havlag regard only to the claim of which be shall tlisa hays' aotiss. Dated at Lethbridge thU 8tb day of Hhrchi leOT. *- WILXMX-0. SIiqiONS. If men would remember that d woman can't always be smiling wlio has to cook dinner, ansv er the doo^ bell half a dozen times, and get rid' of a neighbor who hajs dropped in. aittehd to a aick baby, tie up tho cut linger of a two-jear-o.d, tie up the feet ot six-year old on skates and (^t an eight-year old ready for schowo^ fA:-ces us to wear in self-defence,'^whiire wo pour out the unreserved fconl-municntions of full and cokfMi^g hearts.' It ia the place/ where presBions of toudernesa gush (fit without aOy exproMioa 6t/a�Jcwai noss and without any^ dread -?-� � . W. A. Buchanan, well known in the hockey world, as "Hilly" Buchanan, ex-secretary of the O.H.A., has been appointed librarian of the new Province of Alberta. .. Op west, youngman and .start a ^'newspaper.-Sporting editor, Toronto Telegram. The Times learns that William A. Buchanan, of the Lethbridge, Alberta', Hcralil. formerly managing di-recl,or of, the Jojirnal of this city, has been appointed provincial librarian of Alberta at a good salary, with headquarters at Edmonton. The position came to Mr. Buchanan unsought, and after some consideration ho decided .to accept it." Mr. Buchanan is to be congratulated on this tribute to his abilities. He will have charge ^of tlio selection of the provincial library and will direct the organization of free libraries throughout the province. Mr. Buchanan is now in Edmonton where Jbe will bo joined b^. Mrs. JBuchanan. in,a few wceks.-^^t. Thomas Tioacs. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- ^ Everything required ta the coastnietioa of a Buildiag. � ^ Lttiaher aad att kiadi of MUl Work * [ Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. ^ i i^HeJp to^bnild up Letbbridgts and a local industry by patronizioK i J'Oliver's'PrBning end Lumber Mills. ltrator OhaasLsrlala's Btonach aad Uver Thblstai, aad tksy ara ansllsat for �Mh: ttoablss aad soBstlpatioB. �st a ft�s mmtHMt asf dnig gtsrs. -i ' :( i-' ���� ^"^'^ . ALWAYS KE)Bl> :C|B4lai|WiAnr|e vCOUOH RSSMEatY. IN fllBBlit d "We mould aot ba^withoW berlaln's Cou|^ ReoMdy,. It is oa hand eoBtlnuaily la our b^ " says W, W. Keaniey. editor of XadependeBt. Lowty City, Mofr.Ttiat is Just' what sveiry faadly 'shovjd ' WheB kept at haad ready for lias,, a. cold nwy 4is obscksd' at outset and. cured la much less-than stter it has become settled i tii; the system. This rsmsdj* is al�io.�lt|h 'out a peer for croup la childrja, fail .will --� - �� - WANTED! Apprentices & Improvers FOB-^THB ^Qje^UigDepaHmeiit ANY (Ten niimbereil �ectton o bomtnloi. Lai .4* in Hanltoba, SaaUatchewah aod 4lberta exeepitng 8 an] ID. not te^erTed. lai; be aomeateaded by any person who 1� tli'^ �o'.e bead of a family, or any male over 18 yearn of age. to Ibe txf.nt of one quarter aecitbO o(^: l(U acre*, more or Icai. . | Bnury niuat be ma^e personally at the locaV land off c� for tbe district to wb)cU the land li{ situate. . . � A. .� I The bonesteader Is required to perform tbc^' eondttioBS eonrecicd tbercwiili un^^r one ot ihefuUowInc plans.: I. Atliast sl> montbs''residence'upoii 'aD.i|| cultlvau an of the land ia eacb year, for ,tbre^' r��w- �'" i ' 8. If the father (or a other, If the fatlwrls decstsej) of the taomc-teader rcsldes.upiBn |[ farm Iti the Tlelnity of the land enteied fur th^ requtrcmeut* a* to residence may be Mtlsfle't, by such person resldinf wiih the falser it^\ mother. I. If the settler has his permaneutrfsldenct l^apon tarmioc land owned by him In the rldn-iiy ibf his homestead, the requirement* as tg resldeBce may be satlsfled by.residence upon the said land.  4 tlx moBbs' notice In writing abould b� e'veo to the Oommlsaloiier of Ooniiui^o Ljinds [ tfi Ottawa ef Intention to apply for patent.' W. W. OOBY.-Deputy of the Hlulster of the iDteflor, Inipenitor Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. B E E r CO: 1 A. EASTON & MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL ^OR^E FURNISHINGS ' AN J) DEALERS IN ^ TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. OLOVESr robes; whips. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON dOVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. The Best ofCandY -ANIX- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for tit AT IT THB Hudson Bay COe's STORES. L H. FOWLER & CO. aearral Blaclmrithlag suil Ituistishueiiui-Pisvent tha attack whsn fireB New bu�les to order, oarria�e paint- or svsB after thssrOttpyeoiich>Sii<^ pasrs, which can only bs doas sM^ rsaedy Is kspt at haad^ Far by all draggtsta. the KEAN'S Oppb^iteP.O. * %on?l'98 lce,,?!ream pii Oif^tj \ h SAVE MONE^ NOW - - i sr. ipton, ffwia LBTHBIUOOI. .pleklsia, Ma-jk; ALBBRTA.: 1 can sell you lots njpf Tabor tor $100, that ifriUjbe elling at $200 in a tr^iiih's time. �.. .. ./f^,;-' ' � QoeidlFarming Land ftrsale r?Ki-i^ipi^gi^�ELfefi'^? Bed Estate Ageni Tabor, Alta AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIOARS IN A NEW STAND ^.V'Juat'drop into quarters and con'/inoa youjr-' self that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. QBO. HOUK The Hotel Windsor! H. Be MBBACH, P^opritior '� I Eyery, atteation giren the traTelling public Feed Stabte in conneotioa Telephona 47 y( ..'Landaeekera'andBaneherVBeadqmrteri RATES, $1.00 PER DAyI W���M�M�ffMMWilJ.......U.........H  i ;