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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �.if-^jfit'-'T E. Adflms announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a Beneral Lumbsr ' DR. p. W.TULLER I r-HYSIClAN AND StTROEON LETHBRIDOE Oflli*-(ltt Blmk. Hours-ll:01> \n I3;00 rooB; 3:00 10 p. in.; 7 3 t to 8:30 p. Di>. l>lfpb^jn�-0�.* (�. nf�vUnrt t�il On Baroness Road, east oi the Coi.Tt House Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie . Domiiiiou Liiiid Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the snunner to luyiiiK out new townsitea. Coutrm^t piiocnt on applicatiou. ie*OiBce nt the Coaldnle Hotel Lethbridee, Synopsii of the Grazing R�guia-lions for tiie Provinces of SaslMtcliewan and Aliierta. Orscinc iMsei of l>oniini6n Landa uMuUaliU for agricuHuial purpoM* �lajr b� Mcurad In tliat portion of tb� Province of Alberta, lytng South ftfa* N'orthern boundary of Town-feip Sd and (n the Sauthtrestern por-*t�m of the Piovioc* of S*skatcb- LiMwea Khali be (or a period not Momdlug 21 years, and no iaaseshall e�ver a Si'Miier area than lOO^OOa ��FM. lAiida leased are not subject to hoineetead entry or mile, but the MlaiMer of the Interior notay cancel � leMdhold, or any portion thereof kyfflvia^ the lessee t�o years' not  lea. The rental chargeable ia two �.Bt� par, acre per annum. A leaae 'annot b* granted an applicant un-tear he owna one head of cattle or Ave head of ahecp for every eOecrea applied tor, and the leasiee shall io-e��aaa hia atock ao as to be in poa-aaaaion at the end of thi�e yeara ol �jM' head of cattle or five bead of ikMp (or every 20 acrea leased, and hall maintain atock iu this pi-opor-tioa duciag the cottt.in>iance of the Sheep-gruzing ia permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing dietricta may be aecurud on aPPlictitiuu to the Hecretary ( the Department of thu Interior, Ott��'R, W. W. CORV. KiMtuty of the Minister of Interior. A. 1).-Lnaiuhorized publication of Mils adt'ertiselDent will not be paid lor. General Teaming. When you require your gurdene ploughed, your yurds cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or drop a poBt card in the office, your order will receive our prompt attention. COAL muitt be |Miid tot on delivery. Residence and atabU; east of the barraoks. WM. TAYLOK, Lethbridge SAV� MONEY I Mn aell you lota now in Tabor for �10O, that Will be selling at 1200 in a month'it time. Qood Fartning Land for sale " bI^o. WF. RUSSELL Bcal Estate AKeat Tabor, Alta DR. C. C. CRA6G PIfYSICIAN AMD SUAOEON Offlca ov�r aigiobotham'a Drue Storf nioas Office las. Houaa M. Offloe kaure-� to 11 a.m., l.SO to 4.80 p.m., 7 to S p.m. Rambling Reveries TOO MltCU OF A LAI>V. 1 dolii, v-ilt the Ufa of the ntother lie .'reflect^fl in thai of her child. The advent of spritig Itowere and balm.v da,yn warna' us of the woeful feet that the rein of terror, to man-kJwl - in at' hand, when the thrifty hotinewife will arin herself with ell neccflsary etiuipnKnts and procmi to throw ofien the doors* and windows, oi-dcr the i�tovcs to lie carried out, ami turn your hitherto pcuceful abode into AH uiicoinfortiibli! pliicc aw could \Dr. F. H. Mewlwrn f)ffloe-Redpath St. cor. Bvidett / Hours-Before � a.m.. M p.a., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-a.W) to LIO p. tn. Telephone 41. V. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.IN. (McON) HHYSIOIAN, SUROKON AtXX>UCHKR Office-Burdette St. Phone M Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-8, 7-8 p. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Sarg^ii* (Jffices-Ott block. 'Phone 14M. Drs. McClure k Stewart ^UROKON DENTXSTH Office-J. D. Higinboiham's new block. Office HourB-9 n.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Bari-ister, Etc. OFflCK, - - SOUTH A BD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property e. E. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG liiigincers and Surveyors HiKinbotham Block, Lethbridge F. T. BRCWCI F�nerel Director and Embalmer UGTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA W.SHAW, Painter A Dcctntar Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for 8. P. Nelson A Co.'s Windowphnnie, the modem trsoB-lucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C.MOORC � runeral DirectT and Embalmer (ifflce-'Next to Preal yterlan Church. Ofllce Phone 108. Resiilenoe IB*. Lethbridge. Lodge ^o* I.O./TGtNO.F. Meets in 0�ltheir ToKtey aho has daughters whose deli- .abo�le and the atrains of �Home cate hands i Sweet Hdmc'V will sound ail the Are wholly unfitted for lalx)r; jswotacr for the temporary di-squiei.^ It almost iatlguc!) them to flutter i ""^^ their fans j , I'HK BLUES. When they languidly call on neighbor. munt shirk Though the fact, dear, is deeply regretted." Got the blues, did you sayf Ti^ir mTs^on on earth ia to gossip'�n��8��! A genuine attack, and and dress ' I sun shining bright in the heav, And live upon life's sweetest hon- And theyhiivent a bother or trouble !�elf together. Go out into the sun-uhless .Sure the shining bri^t ill the heavens, nut a cloud to Ijc seen. Well! WoU! Come, my frientl, sliake your- Tlicir masculine MMinoy. banl^. fails in luvelicst thing, to It isn't the HUi-e. To dabble in cooking and diahea: Hut never a honw was kept tidy ihd pure py dainty, aesthetic wishes, am free to confess there is soinc- shiiic aiidlook about you. Is thi.i a time for the bliit*? See how gleefully all nature is smiling. l>on't i�'. Tho tXvM, slepfie was in iiiaii.v ca.ses swiiii-mtini; in watsr, t:lio KkU;� loiKlcn, ilic weather so unproitii.siiiK iliat .some fear was felt as to the isstK!. Wlit'ii the party reached Alliertu a ftn"' Mays after, they found tlio wheal well up, ami meiiliilly conlraslwl the cast ami the west iinfavornbly to ilie fornier. Xeverthcless, that was otw of Manitoba's liiiest years; but not marketll.v so for tho i-offion which luid the early spring, 'i'hc two factors in all growth are of coiir.se liout and moisture; and in view f l)arlp.y or the planting of potatoes into the month of .Tuly, and no one dfHffl it. Jiiit if it. wi-re, thoiii is lillle doubt that, in any oivjinurv season, the yield would Ix; satisfac-tor.y. Th" .voar after Confederatioti, vi/,. in 1808, the first ejcpedilion was sent tfi ned Tliver by the nominion Gov.jrnment, Mr. Mair Iwing pa.vma.s-ter of the fiarty,- which csta.blishcd its head d�v* In atcb moolli ai  u. In odiitfiiewa Van. aa�u4 ai. Vraltlng krath-rcn eoTdUllT w> icoma- THO$. HEATON, C.R: A.M.RiTCHIL ICC. The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits Days Ami many a weary, industrious wife. Isn't deeply in love with her kitchen. ' nut duty is duty, and dirt atwaya dirt, AiKlonly the lazy deny it; Crocheting is nicer than making a shirt. Hut nuin never yet wa� clothed by it. To sit in a parlor, In indolent ease. Till one icrowa all fragile and lazy tir flounce through the streets, ailly gazer to please. Is I'e'ng too much 6f a lady. Too nuich of a lady to darn up her hose, Ur govern.her house with acumen; Too much of a lady, wherever sh� goea. � ' To ever b� much of a wontan! The aiu8(l38 that God made are useless to her,, ^. Kxcept to be wrapped up in satin; And as for an intellect- ahe would prefer A bonnet to mustering Latin. Too much of a lady to own a grand heart. To be a true daughter or mother: Voo iniich of a lady to hear the brave part That ne'er con lie >k>rne by another i By fashion or birth quite too fine for this earth, When it comas for the judgmciit's great pay day Th-portiinities perhaps before you ashave aver been experienced. Tliere may not swept be just as much prosperity and happiness tor your future if you so will, as there has been in the past. It was the la.st year of the givat lociist invasion of that tiiiK; which over the country, destroying C'\oiy ' green tiling. Tn (ho end of luno and Ijetfinning of .Iiily the 'hordes swarmed nwoy east, without And what a face! You'll spread flaying thair eggs and Jfr. Valciuette horror b,v such a long-drawn coUnte-,a French Canadian farnu^r from Qne-naiice. Indeed it is enough to give bee, having carefullj' liiisbandoi sonic barley and potatoes for seed, put in both about the 12th of .July, and a buff on the blues, even to look at it. Oo to the glaaa and get a glimpse, of yourself, and then compare it with the looks of friendswith whom you meuti . but eriinem.s are. made i" tliis direction on our government farms; bnt. if not, it is well worth attention, iwleed it is worth while for any farmer to lost in a sm�ll way the various roots and. grains oii his own farm. The results might not })e The Striking is near at hand. Call and see our lists before prices go higher I If you want an Empire Type^wri^ ter, we arc the Agents. Bornes t Cooke ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE m clouds of a inurky sky, and so docs Btitisfaetory, but 8on*ething would 1k' a sunny disposition scatter the blues, learnt. Of course, however imfiiob-Do nof'sit and ponder over trouble ; nWe. one can imagine such spring you cannot diai>el it by making your-, weather os Western Canada bus been self miserwMe. Never look into the futura without despair; you cannot cross a bridge until you come to it. having projecting too far into the Rummer for ripening. .Siicli a fli.sas-ter, the writer has heard old rosi - tton't narrow your mind over things rd��nts say, once hapiienwl some fifty that cannot be helped. Live conAd  ing in the prcaent. The past cannot now be remedied, and you have yet to try the future. Now is when yon nMist act. if you act at all. Now in when you must Ije happy if you expect id enjoy yourself, So do not mope. Force yourself to be cjirefui. 'I'he bities will not Stay long If you years ago in tho oldest llritish settlement on the North Saskatchewan. It was not due of coiir.s�,i-,to.tho iin-siiitablenesK of the _^'egiou, for farming had l)t�en carried on successfully by the French on tlie nuiin river long Ixji'ore the conquest, with which it seems to hflve ended. Ileviv^d by Scotch settlers on the No'rt.h river. don't cm'.race theiM..lVhen you 'arc j the wheat of the sett lenient, over thrcatx>ned with an attack whistle "The Maple Leaf" or roll our "One lJundredr and we'pledge our word for it, you cnn soon laugh with the best of them. Show us a person who can whistle or sing when disappointments como and wo will show, you one who is nc\er troubled with the blues. The rem. dy is infallible. Try it and be convinced. Provincial lumber � ttaniifitcf fo^ Ltd.,. Manufacturers, Joblwrs and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE -RETAIL Lumber. Doors, Sash, Moulilings, Turnings, Shingle, Laib, Cedar Posts, and all kinds uf Building Supplies. -� Just in - Car Crow's Nest Lime-Car Buffalo Brand Portlmul Cement TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR-:-  Everything required in the constnietion of a Building;? Lumber and nil kinds of MiU Work Cranbrooki pittronizinK * Do not send all yonr money to Calgary i^iid i'ior quaI-it,y, conforming to the naturul law that alt grain improves the nearer it reaches tjte limit of its growth. The non-rijK'ning season i-eferred to was siinpl.v one of those freaks or pro-wsscB i>f nature, \vliich no one can account for-r-nnlikely to happen, but which, in the course of time, might happtm again. - Indeed such a thi'ng as an overwet season in this region is as little to ha divar^eii as dL'Oiight -the skeleton in our farmer's closet Successive .voars of ilrouyhl have ha|i-penerl here jiiwt as the.v lia\e lia|)|>en-ed evorywhei-c. Mr. 'Slair's i\'collec-tion in ITppor Canada carries him back to Iho-'Cr^inean War, when flour j through successive .years of drought. Ivansas and Nebraska were nearl,\' ile-populatcd by it within couuiioii i-GCollection, and some of the great  B E E r WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever before. Nice: ti�ree-yenr-old steers. Buy yonr beef now, while it is in prime condition. ^. Burns & Co. Iniperator Hnnis and.Bacon. Telephone 91. B E E r i^�>4N>^#'�4>��#���# ####�## Apples 6 lbs. for 2Sc. AT KEAN'S y Oppoaito p. O. 'FhonnHB iM Orwm ou Oidar. WANTED. A good general^serrant lor �mall family iu the prettieai yilkge in the nionntains. Wage* t20* month A. F. KBAPFEL, Elko. B. 0. f Syntpils or CMMdiM Ntrtk-Wcst. ll9MBITeA� leOUUTIONS. ANT i��n aniaberert rctlea e DoibIuIdm L4iS� In H�Biuika, s.*li�icb�waa aaS AlMria �celling f tui �, aat re-at.eS, nuji be aemesiMded by aof persoa who Is >h-at btMl ef  fbniUr, er 10? naleeter ! fean o(�g�, ( the eti�atot�u�*4uatt�r��eUoa el IM acrae. more �r lea.. Mm'tf muai ba made pc�aoaB��i�ab.: I. Aii.aat a*i aioniba' taaidanea npua aaS eulilvatlaa of tha laaS la aacb r�*r for ibraa raara. t. irifea rather(ireatber. If tha >aihar,la dtftmi) of iha botaa-teaser naMaa u|>a�  fans la the vlalalti of tba laaS aatar*� fer iba ratiiitaMaatbsataraaidaaiia ��t bo aailsSail by aa�h MM""'MM'n wbh iba faibar ar nuibai. I. If UiaaatUarhaabiafarMaaoatrtaMesea SH* fsrsiiai IsaS awoaS by biM la tha viaJs. ity af bta bomaataaS, tba ra�tutramaaM ss' to roaMOBca MSr ba aatlaSea by raalSaaca iifaii ibabsMissS. SIS rnosba' aoilea ta wrlilnf abould ba fivaa M ih� OaMmiaalOBar ar 0omlaiaa baada si Onawsariataailaa la ayslf for Htsat w.w.ooar. Bsfstisf tha Mtatstar af iha Utenar expected apd therefore the most (lei--plexing weather conditions known to |e�t wheat growing regions 011 earth ihe oldest timer in South Alliprta. are biightcer such a. winter as this, fol - in the prcfservntion of nioisture. lowed by such a spring. For once ' '  � � our climntc se�*m� to have gone back Let nie aend you free, for Catarrh, on un, hikI to shore in vicissrtudcH so .just to prove merit, a Trial sUe X)�x singular, so widespread upon the j of Dr. Shoop'sMJatarrh fleiiMidy, It ctmtinent, that meteorlogicitl science j ia a snow white creamy, healing an-sreiiHi liafTled to account for them.'tiscptic balm. Containing such lie&i Conjecture i>� llituvforo busy as to the j iiig ingredients as Oil L^ticaHptus, futuiv, that is to say, with the j Thymol, Menthol, etc., it gives in-prbspects repsrslioii can and will acuom-ing interruptions of keen frosts andjplisb. Address l>r. Shoop, Uaeine, Murries or downright stornw of 8iio,>v | Wis. I^rge jars M cents. Sold i.y so that in point of time springwork | is behind all previous record. This i is breeding cuusi felt as to the ripening of wheat sown at so lute a period as may be necessary this year. But spring, no matter ho^ mild or genial, affords an uncertain forecast of the prosperity of wheat. It is the sununer iiionths that sre concernwi in this, and ex|>erionco has shown , that a backward-that is to say s cold and we.t spring plays directly into sum-jner's hand. The hundred days more or less ' rsquired tor the forward .1 U. Hlginbothain &. Cx). K. W. Day has "lieeii elected imiyor of the new town of Da.vslaiul by uc-clainalioii. A. EASTON & GO. MANUFACTURERS OF / HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES^ ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. lili flt-nnnnnnQpaonnni sonii: NTi'i'i.Ks. .\ cur* may l� effected liy a|i|ilying (Jhambcrlsin's Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wi|X) it o/T with a soft cloth before allowing tlio child to purse. Many trained nurses use this NSlve with the best results. Price 99.cents per box. Sold by All Orugflsts. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LTQUORS AND CIGARS INA ^ N E W S T A N D ^ Just drop into my new quartera and �onvino* yourself tliut I am up-to^late, .' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern AUwrta. GEO. HO\M 5949 ;