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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta wAiouMcs to hit old friends Md ciMtomm h� has opened a IBansral LimliBr On Baroness Rbai, east of the Court House DR. P. W. TULLER ii>8r3XClAN AND SUHOEON LETHBRXbot: Oaet-OH Blork. BoanM-H.-OO tn lt:0O noon; 3:00 to 5:00 p.M.;7ia>toa:30p. m. TtttpkoM-OHn flB. lUpidmw Id DR. G. G. GRA66 rarSICIAM AWD SUROEON ncMietkaLm'a Dm* Mon OOm 19S. BouM m. caw k�im-� to 11 tk.m.. l.tO to �. p.b., 7 to  p.m. r Rambling Reveries Bt a DBiAMm. FATHER AND SON. is the Dr. F.H. Mcwbum Oflot-Badpath St. oor. Boidali Hotm-Befora 9 .m., f-lp.�., 7-�p.m. 8anda7B-2.3a to I.IU p. m. Telephone 41. iVe Him a Gall. A. W. McVittie ^ Dominion Land Snireyor Will devote his entire time daring the summer to iaying oat new lowaeitee. Coutraot piiwM oa application. �9-Offloa at thTcoaldala Botol, Letbbridxe. Jyaipito tf the Gnudnl Kclola-liMs ftr the PravlKcs of SaBkatchcwan and Alberta. rMiat iMaw of DofnlBioB iiKehIc for aigricatturel purpoeta be aaciirad la tkat portion of tte Pfuvlaea of Alberta. \y^% South efUw Nortkam boundary of Towa-iUp as and la tlM Southweetom por-el the ProviBM of Saakatoh- �r.i GAURAITH. N.D.CiN. (NcOID AOOOtrOBU Offloa-Boidette St. Phone 18 Hoon-Before 9 a.m., 2-8, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVeber & CampbeN iPhytioiana and Snrgeone Offioee-Ott block. 'Phone 148 , ..'Jg Drs. McClur� A Stswart 8CBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Hisinbotham'a new block. Office Honrs-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Adrooate, Barriater, Ete. OmOS, - - SOCTHABD BLOCK and you the tiM "1 must look at the iheep foM. See thai the cattle are fed warm, So. Jaek. toll mother to wrap well. You may go with me over farm. though the snow ia deep and weather cold. You TO not a bat^ at aix y�ai� old." Two feet of enow on the hilMde lay, But the sky waa a> blue aa June; And father and aon oaaa laughing homo When dinner waa reedy at poon. Knocking the anow from their weary feet. Rosy and hungry and longing to eat. The snow was so deep" the farmer said, "That I feared I could scarce get throu^." The mother turned with a pleaaant smile- "Then what could a littia tad do?" I trod in my father's steps," said Jack; Wherever be went I kept in his track." Koney to I.end on Town and Farixt Property alMll U for e period ooi eaeoidliag 31 years, and bo loaasah eevar a greater area than 100,000 iiee.' Lands leased are not aubjaot So koaMtead entry or sale, but the Miaienr of the Interior may caaori a Isaaikeld. or any. porticw ihareot trglvlajf the loaaaetwe years' not-Ise. The rental chargeable ia two aMife pait aers per annum. A l� �aBB�i ha granted aa.i4>pU'�uit un-tae ha owns one bead of cattle or re head of alwep for eveiy ao acres applied for, and the leasee shall la-leaae his stock so aa to be in poa-�Miun at the end of three yeara of eee head of cattle or Sv* head of Asap tore'Tery 30 acree laasod. aad *ell iMintaia etock In this proper-Si�� duriag the cbBtiauaaos of the ihaep-gr^giag le perailtted oa only a portloiAvOf tha.;traeta above reiu>-asd to. A oiap ahowiag the riiaap Srasiag dietricta amy ha aacurad on applieatioa to the Secretary I the Dt of tte Jnterior. Ottawa. W. W. COHY. of the Miaister ol Interior. K. B.-Uaauthoriaed puhMoaMoa of tb�a edvactiecmaat wlU aoC be paid far. eneraL Teaming. When yon. requira yonr gaidcM ploijffhed, yoor yards cleaned np, oeUars dng, or any other teaming don(b, sea QSi or phone 66, and yoor order' win hare odr prompt attention.. C*�AL mnstbepaid for:on delivery. ' WM TAYtOR, Lethbridge C. F. HARBIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge F. T. DREWEl rtsaeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA W. SHAW, Painter & Dccerator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for 8. P. Nelson it Co.'s mndowphanie, the modem tnuia-Inoent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotd. B. C. MOORE runeral Director and Embalmer 'llie mother looked at the father's face. And a solemn thought waa there; The words had gone like a llghtaing flash To the seat of a nobler care: "If he treads iiT my stops, then day by day Hov. carefully I must choose my way!" "For the child will do as the father does. And the track that I leave b^ind. If it be Arm, and clear and straight. The feet of my son will find. He will tread in bis father's steps and say 'I'm rig^t. for this was my father's way.' " Oh, fathers, leading in life's hard road, Bcsure of the steps you take; Then the aona youluve, when grey-haired men. Will tread in them for your sake; When gray-bairod men. to their sons will say "We tread in our father's steps today." KIWOirESS UXSPOKEN. hither rough country. You will very proLably find some deep gulUea to rroBs. The briars will tear your sloe clothes and the stones will wear out your lino shoea, and' you will have blistered heels and stone bruises in l>lenty, before jou get through. There 4s only one way to avoid alt this. That is to sit dovn, a whin-Ing beggar by the roadside, despiaod and aelf-deapislug. But if you aie going through you must brave your* self for hard climbii^. You will find plenty of roses by the way. hut they grow among thorns, and if you would gather then you must not be afraid of a few scratches. All the fruits worth having are near the topa of the trees. You can have your game suppers and your quail on toaat, but the game la wild and the birds roost high, and you can't put salt oa their toils to catch them. You can have all this. w� say, but Just aa Hkaly as not when you will hav� ao teeth chew it with, so you mustn't build too much on that. Yrs, young man, the glaciers of IMs are hard to climb, and you will never make the trip without a guide. The name of the guide is "work." Tie yourself to him, youngmen, and he will pull you through all right. Be is rough and rugged, as all naoun-toineers are. but don't despise him on that account. Dont despise his homely garments; he is a brave, truc-heapted fellow, who haa led thousands aafely through, and will do the same by you if you will trust him. DO YOUR OWN FISHTNO. owes �s�t to Pras^yUrlaa Church. (MBos Ffeoae 103. Rsaidanee 186. Lethbridge. Lodge No. f. L0./TOt\0.F. Hall �vrj 9xi*Mi XmU In Oddfailowa-evaaiot at S.ou o-elecfe. Iwsn welcome. C. y. Bennett. E.V. Dooto; K. a. i'/ie. WIXXOW BRANCH REBBKAH 0 LODGE, NO. a KmM la CddtellowC Ball a ery aaeond ta* fourth Tburada/. Vlallora al�ays wclaama. lira. J. Stafford. Annie Darlee v. e. Rec. Me. Do you know the world if full of unkindneas that waa ne^ier spoken, and that ia not much better than no kindness at all. The fuel in the stove oaakes thsroom warm, but there are great pilea of fallen trees lying on rocks and tops 'of hills where nobody can get them: these do not make any body warm. You might freeas to death for want of wood in ptoin sight of tliese fallen trees, if you had no means of getting the wood home and making a firs of it. Just so in a a family; love ia what makea the parents and children, the brothara' and sisterai happy. But if they Ukt. care never to say a word about it; if they keep it a profound eacret as if it were a crime, they will not be much happier than it there �aa nat any loye among then; the houao � 11 I 'cold, even ia summer; ar Ktgy and enterprise. Stonding on a rock all day and looking and hoping never filled a basket; auch a scaly proceeding won't cause the use of scales-you may depend upon that. Every one has . toAsh for what he gets. Others may possibly bait and toke oil the price frona the hook and paddle the boat, but the fishing has got to be doiie by; your own hand. Evoiy other meana you may try will t'jm out a failure. A Railway Scrvidi ^r the West There is a growing grievance tn the Went about the railway accommoda-tloB being accorded to this par tof Canada. At preaent the passenger Service accorded the westom provinces is dependent upon the through trains from Toronto and Montreal. Trains are delayed in Winnipeg for hours waiting for eaetera eoaneetiona to the very great annoyanoe of people who wish to travel from. Winni  peg weet. The passenger traiflc In the West is now of sufllcient fanpoirtance to demand a train service of its own starting from Winnipeg and running on time Bwking eonnsetions with the diOerent branch tinea along the way^ At present people tra\-elliiig west who wish to connect with the t*^" this preparation can and will accomr plish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large Jars SO cento. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham 4b Co. AHT area mnmhtnA eellea o LMi4� la Maaltoba, Saskatchrwaa OomialoD _. and . Albsna, aac��ttat  tad M, not re!iar*ed. laajr be aoMssteided by any farsoa who la hiss or Windsor. To Sir Wilfrid it ia an ordeal which he retnendwrs with horror for years, and which ran hardly fall to leave a permanent effect. And not only the sea, but the dinner tobla has a terror tor him. To'the-'KIng progreasoa have the famll iarity of routine. From Sir Wilfrid a new oration ot imperial import la called for at every dinner. The King is constontly having his little holidays Sir Wilfrid never has any except whr. Their office is in room six, Cristalt block.-Edmonton Bulletin. An editor sent out circular letters to a large number of married men, and asked them why they married. Here are some of the anawers: Becauae I did not have the exper -ience I have now. That's what I've been trying for eleven years to find out. I nmrried to get even with her mother, but never have. I have yearned for company. Now we have it all the time. I thought it would be cheaper than a broach of promise suit. Becauae Sarah told na Ave other men had proposed to her. 'hiat's the same fool qttsstioa ny frieBda ask aie. ' ^ I wanted a companion of the opposite sdix. She is still opposite. l*he old' man was going to giveins his foot, sol took his daui^ter's Because.I naked, her to have me and she said she would; I think she got..'Bie.. . � Becauss I thought aha waa one among a thousand; now. I think she is a thousand among one.: V . I was lonely and SHlaacholy ' and wanted sobm one to aujce me lively. Ska oakss it vsry iivety.*>Ss. Do You Want to Make If so, call Off us. We ean sell yoa anything in town worth baying. 4 lota and a good hooaii on Sedpath for tSiSOO, easy tarmi. We have buys (or everybody as good m thia can sell you an Empire Typewriter on easy terms. Bornes s c�ohe ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 ProTincial lumber & Maonfac'g. fo. Ltd., Mano&ctorarg, Jobbers and Dealen General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Monldlngs, Tnmiogs,, Shingle, Lath, Oedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. Just in-Car Crow's Neal Lime-Car BulTalo Brand Portland Oement TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR-- EYcrythiaf required ia the coastraetioii of a Buildiaf, | UimUr W aU UndB of liin Work X Do not send all yonr money to Calgaiy and Cranbrook. \ X Help to baild np Lethbridge aind a local indostry by patronixing ]d ataen. Bvy your beef now, while it ia in prime eonditioo. Impeistor Hams and Baoon. rrelephone U. B E >f Mf Mtiiiitiii IA lASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND OENEKAL HORSE ruKNISHINGS TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS or HQCOBS AMD OtOABS W A >f NEW STAND 4> > Just dlop into my new quaitart and oonvinoe yowb galf that I MB^te. .� The olauteal lad brightaet shop in Southern Alberte. GBO. HdUK 1949 ;