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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta arinotaeet to hit old friends tnd customer* he has opened t OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE OSW-OH Block. Hoare-HiOO to 11:00 noon; 3:00 to 9:00 p. tn.;?!l)tot:S0p. m. Telephone-Oflntire tint* during th� auuimer to laying ont new towusites. Con tract piiiwe oa application. arOlct at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. 'Syatftli tl the Grazing Re|u!i tioHf far the Previaces of Saskatchcwin and Alberta. rasing leasee ot Ikxntnloa Landa aaauHahle for agricultural purposes sax* be secured tn that portion of t*e Province of Alberta, lying Sou* efts* Northern boundary of Towm-aalp St and in the Southwestern por-ol Um Province of S*akatca> it shall bo for a period not lag 91 yeara, and no leaaeahall aver a greater araa tbaa 100,000 acre*. Landa laaaad ara not eubkeot to aotneetead entry or aaie, but the Mielecar of the Interior may cancel a leaeekoid, or any portion thereof tratvla-t the Itiioi  two yeara' not tea. The rental chargeable ia two ante par, acre per annum. A let �aanet ha granted an applicant un-laea ha owae one head of cattle or *e head of sheep for every 60 acree applied fur, and the leasee shall in-eraaae hit stock bo aa to be In poe-aaaiun ai the end of three yeara ot oajr head of cattle or Ave head of ahaap for every 30 acres leased, and ahail maintain etock in thia pr0por-aioa during the continuance of the mssia DR. C. C. GRAGG physician amd surgeon ever Biffiabotham'e Drug Store Phase Ottee 191. Houaa 94. OtBee heura-� to 11 a.m., 1.90 to 4.90 p.m., 1 to t p.m. Dr. P. H. Mewburn Oflot-Redpeth St, cor. Burdett Honrs-Before 9 a.m., t-|p.sj 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.3d to I JO m. Telephone 41. V. 1GALBMITN, N.D.C.N. (McfillD PHYSICIAN, 8UROION ACCOUCHES OfBoe-Burdette St. Phone 18 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Rambling Reveries By k Daaaiin. Drt. DeVeber & CampbeM Physicians and Surgeons Offioes-Ott block. 'Phone lit. Dra. McCluru A Stewart BUBO EON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbothaui'a new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Adrooate, Barrister, Etc. OrrtCE, � - SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. UARHIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbothatn Block, Lothbridge F. T. BREWER 7�neral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA heep-grailng Is permitted on only a portion of the, trade above refer-*sd to. A map showing the aheap gvaatag districts may be atcured on application to the Secretary f the ant of the .Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORV. of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-t'aaulhorlaed publication of this advertiacmeat will not be paid far. literal Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teamins done, see us, or phone 66, and your order will have our prompt attention. C� �AL must be paid tor on delivery. ' WM TAYtOlt, Lethbridge WANTED! Apprentices & Improvers tor tbs Dressmaking Department W. SHAW. Paioter & Decorator Agetit for Empire Wull Paper 0o., Agent for S. P. NoIbou & Oo.'s Windowphanie, the modern trans lucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel ft. C. MOOSE Funeral Director and Embalmer twice-Next to Preatyterlaa Church. Ot&ce Phone 109. Keetdenoe 188. Lethbridge, Lodge No. f. L0./aOts0.F. Meete lo Oddfellows' Hall ererr Friaat venlQ( at I.OU o'clock. Vlettlng sreaareii ar alwara welcome. C V. Bennett, K.Q. E.V. Doolev �. i Re�. aee WILLOW BRANCH REBBKAH LODGE, NO. a Meats In Cddtcllowc Ball c err eeeone aa* fourth Tburada;. Vlattora al�a;a weleeme. Mr a J Stafford, Annie Davtea II. w. Rec. aec. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8093 A. o. F. Meet! Ut and Ird Mr*. d.ja lo each muni* a a p. tn., In nddMlowa Ha . Ho iu� St. VuliliiK breth-� en Curdtalljr w Ic roc THOS. HEATON, C. R, A. M. RITCHIE, SEC. at tbi Hudson Bay Co.'s STORES. The Best of Candy -and- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 25c. AT KEAN'S OppesiUP.O. 'PhoosW Im Ommon Oid�r. Dark Days Make No Difference W. W. BEDFORD Photoejraphcr FATHER AND SON. "1 must look at the sheep in the told. See that the cattle are fed and warm, So, Jack, tell mother to wrap you well, You may go with me over the farm. Though the snow la deep and the weather cold, You are not a baby at six yeara old." Two feet of anow on tho hllletdo lay. But the aky woa aa blue aa June; And father and aoa came laughing home When dinner waa ready at pooo. Knocking the anow from their weary feet, Rosy and hungry and longing to eat. "Tho anow waa ao deep" the farmer said, "That t reared I could scarce get through." The mother turned with a pleasant smile- "Then what could a little lad do?" "I trod In my father's steps," said Jack; "Wherever he went I kept In his track." The mother looked at the father's face. And a solemn thought was there; The words had gone like a lightning flash To the neat ot a nobler care: "If he trends lit my steps, then day by day Ilov i'Arefully I must choose my wnyl" "For the child will do as tho father does, And the track that I leave behind, If it be firm, and clear and straight, The feet of my son will find. Ho will tread in his father's steps and say 'I'm right, for this was my father's way.' Oh, fathers, leading in life's hard road, Bcsuro of the steps you take; Then the Bona youlove, when grey' hairod men, Will tread in them for your sake; When gray-haired men, to their, sons will any "We tread in our father's steps today." KINDNESS UNSPOKEN Do you know the world if full of unkindncss that was never spoken, und that is not much better than no kindness at all. Tho fuel In the stove makes theroom warm, but there are great piles ot fallen trees lying on rocks and tops of hills where nobody can get them; these do not make any body worm. You might freess to death for want of wood in plain sight of those fallen trees, if you had no meuns of getting the wood home and making a fire of it. Just so in a a family; love ia what makes the parents and children, the brothem' and sisterat happy. But if they Uk� care never to say a word about it; if they keep it a profound secret as It it were a crime, they will not he much happier than it there �aa not nny love among them; the house * 11 seem cold, even ia summer; aid if you live there you will envy tho dog when you call him "poor follow." THE JOURNEY OF LIFE. You will And this journey of life is not always what Haeotna, nor that it lies all the way through vor.luut valleya and flowery meadows. It is not always bright with the sunlight of pleasure, You will not find a bed of roses to recline upon every time you are weary. Don't expect it, or you will very likely be dlsap  pointed. You will find that abodt the time the path gets past - the Bchoolhouse it switches off into some rather rough country. You will very probably find some deep gulltea to cross. Tho briars will tear your nloa clothes and the stones will wear out your flno shoes, and you will have blistered heels and stone bruises In plenty, before you get through. There ia only one way to avoid all this. That Is to sit dorn, a whin* lug beggnr by the roadside, despised und sclf-dceplBtiig. But if you ara going through you must brave yourself for hard climbing. You will find plenty of roses by the way, but they grow among thorns, and if you would gather them you must not be afraid of a few scratches. All the fruits worth having are near the tops ot tho trees. You can havo your game suppers aud your quail on toast, but the game la wild and tho birds roost high, and you cau't put salt on their tails to catch them. You can have all this, we say, but just aa likely aa not when you will have ao teeth chew it with, ao you mustn't build too much on that. Yes, young man, the glaciers ot lite are hard to climb, and you will never mako tho trip without a guide. The name ot the guide is "work." Tie yourself to hint, youngman, and he will putt you through all right, tie la rough and rugged, aa all moun talnocr* are, but don't despise him on that account. Don't despise hla homely garments; ho Is a brave, true-hearted follow, who has led thousands safely through, and will do the same by >'�u " you will trust him. DO YOUIt OWN FISHING. Young man you'll novor catch any of the golden fish that swim tn the v-orld's waters by standing withyour hands in your pockets and watching another hold the pole. If you expect flsh you will havo to dig your own bait, put the tempting morsel on your own hook, throw in your line, hold your own rod and closely watch for tho nibbles. Seeing another cork go under, and tip bent and line btrained. won't do you the least particle of good; loafing on the shore gaping at others spreading or draw- er�ed. ma; ba somaataadad bjr any aarsos wbo la leader rtaldea upon a tana ta Us rlelnUj ot tba land entered for tba raqulramanta aa to rcaldeocc mar be aattaSad b> aueb aerenn raaldlng with tba father or notbei. i. If lUeiettler haahlnrermenentr Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing aa>aa AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AMD OIUABS IN A NEW STAND * Just drop into my new quaiters and con vinos yourself, that I am up-to-date.  * The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ;